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Morgan County republican. (Versailles, Mo.) 1906-1914, October 17, 1912, Image 6

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lion Brand
Clothes
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Are the best on the market. They fit the best,
look the best, wear the best and are the best for the
money, "T you haven't bought that winter suit yet
come and inspect our line. We can sell you the cel
ebrated "LION BRAND" suits for $8.00 to $16.00.
How about that overcoat? You are going to need it soon. We have a line of Men's and
Boy's Overcoats that we can sell youfor$2.50 to $12.00 that can not be surpassed anywhere.
We are also headquarters for the best shoes in Morgan
County. The "W. S. DOUGLAS" Shoe is the best for style,
fit, comfort and quality that can be found. We can furnish
these shoes for $3.50 to $5.00 in any style you want.
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Don't forget that we also have a fine line of Ladies, Misses' and Children's coats and also that we carry
the most complete line of dry goods to be found in Versailles.
Witten (& Bremer.
LOCAL NEWS.
FOR SALE
The
MORGAN COUNTY
REPUBLICAN.
A hustling printer can make it cam
S100.00 per month. I have done
this, when able to work, and did not
nearly exhaust all it's possibilities.
If you want to go into the newspaper
business come and sec me.
W. V. KlNLOCH,
Versailles, Mo.
Must Sell.
Dr. J. L. Short, eye, car, nose and
throat specialist, will be in Versailles
October 28, to treat patients and fit
glasse.s
Miss Mary Chapman, who lives with
her aunt six miles-south of town, was
up last week to visit her sister, Miss
Nannie, returning home Monday.
Mrs. Johns, who was reported so
seriously ill last week, is some better.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinedley, who
have been in Windsor for some time,
and Mrs. Arthur Bennineton. of
Slater, arc visiting the young ladies'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Smoyer.
Squire J. W. McClelland was on
the sick list Tuesday, but was better
Wednesdny, and we hope is again
onto his job.
Mr. Kahle, of Venus, Pa., who is
Interested in Morgan county lands,
and who has been out in Wyoming slowly imnroviner
Capt. Leecre. who was stricken a
week aeo Sunday with a severe case
of indigestion, is still quite sick, hut
looking over some mineral properties
in that state, stopped off here on his
return to inspect the properties here
and in Miller county. We acknow
ledge a pleasant visit.
Mrs. R. A. Padgett packed her
household goods and shipped them to
Lone Tree, Cooper County, where
Mr. and Mrs. P tdgett will make their
luture home. Mrs. Ab Kidwell ac
companied her daughter to help ar
range the new home and will visit for
a while. Grandpa Ab wanted to go
along to take care of the baby, but
Mrs. Ab said he would be more
trouble than the baby, and he would
have to stay at home to take care of
the cat and chickens. Grand Setter
Decker, of the Noble Order of Nev
ersweats, appointed J. M. McCiana
nan, uen. ivy ana judge saimon a
committee to look after Ab during his
wife's absence, and see that he kept
out of mischief. Our sympathies are
with the committee.
Mrs. Wrav
sirk for some
seriously ill.
Witten. who has been
time, is reported as
The Misses Clinwan. of Gladstone.
were visitors here, last week.
TJev. 7. T. Orr moved his house
hold poods from th residence in
Wesllawn. Tnesrlav. to the Hnhhard
residenre on Fast Newton street,
where he and Mr. Orr will make
heir home until tbev move apain.
Fditnr Harrel. of the Stover New.
was over to the riv Monday in the
interest of the Progressive sneaker
hilled for this nlare. Guess TT. will
cet right after a white.
Taq, Roe attended the K. V. Grand
T-odge.at St. T.miis Tuesday and Wed
nesday, as renresentative of Versailles
T-odsre. No. 102. K. of P.. and to
nipht he will he ahle to tell the Sir
Knights of the wonderful things he
heard and saw.
Miss Bessie Comer, of The Repuii-
ucan, is visiting relatives and friends
at Excelsior this week, which leaves
the Rki'uiimcan short of help, making
it a one girl office.
Miss Maud Blair, who has deen
visiting mends in Kansas City, re
turned home Tuesday.
Mag Warner and F. C. Donnell
will speak at Versailles Friday at one
oqlock in the afternoon and at stover
in the evening. It is hoped that
every republican will try to be at
these meetings and it wont hurt a
Democrat to listen while Mr. Donnell
is not so well known, he is a good
speaker and will make it interesting;
for his hearers. Every body knows
or knows of Maj. Warner. He has
his loyalty to that party. Come out
and hear these men.
Mr. David W. Peters, Republican
candidate for congress in this dis
trict, spoke to a fair sized audience
Tuesday evening at the court house
and made one of the best, most sen
sible and reasonable speeches made
in the county for a long time. He
is a good speaker, a pleasant gentle
man and seems well qualfiied in every
way to take "Shacks" place.
While this is a very quite cam
paign, tho boys arc beginning to
russle around in the brush and from
this on,, 'song of the politician will
be heard in the land".
For Sale.
One horse buggy and harness $50.00
One good Jersey cow, fresh in
December, $45.00.
Call at Mo. Pac. depot,
Versailles Mo
Marriage Licenses.
German Settlement.
Health is generally good.
Most corn is good and will soon be
ready to gather.
Wheat looks nice and a big acreage
was sown this fall.
Every now and then some man suc
ceeds in disappearing for a while and
then coming back and saying that he
doesn't remember a thing, and no
body has courage enough to ask
where he threw the bottle.
One reason we know the world is
advancing is that clean hands were
used when the Progressive party was
born. Most men are willing to live
according to the Golden Rule but
they want to do their own measuring.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Artz arrived
here last week from Mound Ridee.
Kan., and are visiting relatives and
friends.
Clara Lehman is working for VVm.
Lehman's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Loganbill at
tended the revival meetings at Atiti
och church Sunday.
Hen C. Garber intends to hold a
big sale in the near feature.
The sorghum factories were kept
pretty busy for the last few weeks.
Lots of farmers suffer from a motor
car appetite and spark plug income.
Lots of apples made and plenty of
cider made.
pupil this week.
Mrs. Will Todd visited rooms
three and four Tuesday afternoon.
We would be pleased to have more
of our patrons visit us.
Maxinc and Dwight S-hannep,
who have been absent on account of
sickness are with us again this week.
Eunice Mason was out of school a
few days list week on account of
sickness.
The regular meeting of the Wiftea
Literary Society will be held next
Friday afternoon, Oct. 18.
The progriin is as follows ;
Song Hjnnie D indce sa'.o il
Original story Mass Sha.v
Cornet Solo CarrolfKindlc
Dibate
Resolved: Crimmidal? should lu
compelled to work.
Aff.
Marcel Forinan
Opal Williams
Recitation
Piano Solo
Net:.
Leland Cayton
Lulu Smoyer
Melva Marriott
Marie Long
f Chas P. Witherell,
Ida James,
J Dayton G Durrali,
) Anna M. Kavs
III.K Hicks,
I Dessie Hees,
( Henry Raines
( Elsie Watters
(Alfred Lawson,
Evu Marriott,
Oravois Mills
Gravois Mi'ls
VMIecitos. N. M.
Rirnett
Murvin
Harnett
Proctor
Proctor
Cole Camp
Hoylers Mill
School Notts.
The V. H. S, boys are to plav
theitjjirst match game of basket ball
with Eldon, on the Eldon court,
Friday after'.'oon.
Miss Bessie Berry spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends in Sedalia.
At a meeting of the athletic as
sociation it was decided that the girls
should have a court and basket ball
of their own.
The enrollment of rooms three and
four were each increased by a new
Medley
Nellie Price, Hazel Hardy, Ina Kin
loch, Dorsey Roe. Sadie (lodfclte,
Finas Huffman, and Otis Brown.
Humorous Reading Lorenzo Kavan
augh. Paper Editor
The "Public and H. S. Register"'
is a weekly paper put out by school
talent. The first edition comes
from the press this week. It has be
come a custom among ist class schools
to publish a paper, weekly or monthly
for the purpose of anusir.g school
spirit and attrating attention from out.
(side to school school life. We wish
( to do all in our power to put our
school on' tst 'class basis and keep it
there; so are making this attempt.
jWe aflfthc hearty co-operation of
pupils and patrons. Subscribtion
price is 5c a month, a copy may be
obtained from the editor, Eugene
Agee.

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