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Aorgap County Denrjocrat.
CKNTRAL MISHOUKl IWIIMINU, MININO, ttKAL KSTATB AND KAILKOAO NBWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, July 24, 1903. No. 30. The Busiest Store in Town. People who have been notic ing tho crowds about THE FAJB store, and coming out of thoro with bundles lately, htivo found, on investigation, that this store is having one of tho heaviest trades in its existence Suits of Clothes, Hats, Shoos, Underwear, Hose, Umbrellas, Trunk, Neckwear, in fact all kinds of goods going away from there every day by the arm loads. They sold ONE HUNDRED PAIRS Of shoes in one day. Strangers ask why this is; they soon find out however, its bocause THE FAIR STORE lias one of the largest und best assorted stocks in the country. They sell the best goods for the least money, and now that people are linding this out, they are over-running the store with business. Their Hue of clothing is the best made and best fitting in the country. If you want to see something nice and stylish in the CLOTHING LINE Step in. They liave rbubiitfy purchased Kothchilds' immense stock of tine sample SUMMER HATS which they are running off at HALF PRICE. Their lino of work and dress shoos is tho larg est andbost in tho country and if you want something fine in the shoo lino see them. If you want a suit, or part of a suit, made to measuse, look at their 500 sam ples. Thoy guarantee every gar ment to lit. Traveling men say "THE FAIR" Is the best store in Central Mis souri. Every ono wanting any thing in their line should call and see their goods and prices before buying. Kibo An Patent VSCoTT IHp1 Dress Boot. Much lighter and lucre HeilUilhin intent leather. Leather Ijim XV. lied. uct Reproduction of thli Strlt Shoe. They aro solo representative.! of tho QUEEN QUALITY Boston made shoo, the finest Ladies' Shoo in the United States. S&gPW H TRADE MARK tSxWJ s BRAN0E0 MMVttWMQIVMMtMVK 5 LOCAL NEWS. g m Call for Hardy's Prix Uaklng Pow der. If. Spidel will fill your orders for Ieo Cream in quantities. Uardy'a Price linking Powder is the kind to uro In your baking. N. A. Yows of Harnett was transact Ing business in this city Tuesday. FOIl SALE Two good residence properties, cheap. IL A. Yoirso. Go to Hardy's grocery and ask for his Prize Baking Powder. M. Spldcl'a is the place to get Ico Cream, Ice Cream Soda and all Summer Drinks. T. H. and C. W. Hrowu of Enid wore mingling with Versaillts people Mon day. Judge W. S. Uibbs departed Monday for a visit with relatives in Proctor and vicinity. Attorney 1). K. Wray was summoned to Eldou last Sunday on urgent legal business. Attorney U, F. Hooth and wife of (ileuhtcd were visitors iu this city Weduehday. Ice or Moat wautcd, call up the butcher, Free delivery, Mason A. Price, the only butehors. Congressman Shackelford was in the city Muuday, leaving Tuesday morn ing for Jefferson City. Mrs. John Ilrlscoa anil children of Jefferbon City are visiting relatives in Versailles and vicinity. Several carloads of One cattle were shipped out of Versailles to the St. Louis markets this week. Misses lleulah and Madge Ooodo of Pilot Urovo arrived here last Saturday and aro tho guests of tho family of Dr. U. M, Uuuu. Leave your orders for Meat and Ice with us. All orders executed promptly and goods delivered free as usual. D. C. IUiior. Ju-lgc J. A. Wlllson bat quite sick at bis home in Proctor for several days past. It is hoped his sickness will not result seriously. I. .1. Wilson arrived bore last Friday from llopkiuton, Iowa, and drove to Camden county where he is interested in home Missouri investments. Mrs. S. L. Keith and family who bnd been making an extended visit with the faintly of J. R. Stocum in this city returned Monday to their home in Council Grove, Kansas. it is claimed that music raised to a certain uumber of vibrations will par alyze mouiultos. It would tako a whole brass band aud an anvil chorus to parulyze some of the mosfjultoa In thib neck of the woods. We are not just beginning the free delivery of meats to our customers but have been delivering froe of charge ever since we begau business and will continue to do so. Leave your orders for Meat, Groceries and Ioe with D. C. Uardy. LAST GALL FOR THIS SEASON. Our Early Fall Goods will soon be in. We will finish this Season witlTa Genuine CleaningUp Sale From start to finish. Our entire stock of DRESS G-OODS will go at one-third off. Our entire stock of Children's, Boys' and Men's Clothing at one-third off. Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Slippers one-third off. Douglas Shoes and Oxfords will go at $2.69. Don't overlook this Sale, but come to The Leader of Low Prices and First-Class C. K. Shepp of Fortunn was county seat visitor last Saturday. Hardy's Prize linking Powder it going like hot cakes. Ask for It. P. F. Fitzpatrlck, one of Iloonvllle's business men, spent two days here this week. A. R. Hanks came up from the state capital and looked after business here Monday. Charley Parkes of High Point was interviewing some of our business men last Saturday. Jos. SMlllor was over from Eldon last Fridny and mingled with Ver sailles friends for a time. S. P. James, the commercial traveler from California was circulating among our business men Wednesday. The Butcher Shop has this week pat on a delivery wagon, Moat and Ice delivered free, Mason it Price, the ouly butchers. Caleb Earnest of YVlllsou Bend has accepted a position as tic inspector for M. Joachimi, sr., to fill the place of John Silvoy, and took up his duties Tuesday. Will Tucltlcy formerly of this city, but who lias been running a harbor ,'ihop ut liuueotot), last week sold his business there aud will seek tt new location, Mrs. John N. Mc.Minti who has been making uu extended visit hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Martin, departed Tuesday for her home in St. Louis. AH Heincman ban a nice cottsge un der way on his lot on K.iat Nowton street. This makes three new resi dences in course of construction In that particular locality. The Morgan County Bank is having a new window placed on the Monroe street side of the building In order to secure more light aud better ventila tion on the Inside of tho Bank, Quarterly Conference will be held at tho M. K. Church, South, next Sun day. Rev. J. H. McDonald Presiding Elder and T. Berry Smith, Kx-Presl-dent of Central College, will nil the pulpit morning aud evening. The county court of Howard eounty has appropriated twohundred and fifty dollars to be used in preparing and arranging a suitable agricultural ex hibit at tho World's Fair. What does Morgan county propose to do in this matter? Robert Robert and Miss Myrtle Busker, both of Versailles, were quietly married Thursday afternoon of last week. After securing the license the couple proceeded to the M. E. parson age where the marrlagn ceremony was performed by Rev, J. Y. Busby, in his usual impressive manner. Win. F. Yates, who went to New York City last week to bring his fam ily to Versailles arrived here Monday with his wife, and two children. While on the road Mrs. Yates took violently Blck and they were delayed sometime on that aceount, but she was able to reach here Monday, although she has been under the care of a physician. io"P"per, W. M. McDanicls came over from fortune, and spent the day bare Wed nesday. If you want pure elaan lee, fresh Keats and Groceries, leave four order with D. G Hardy. Ous. Unnther and wife of Boylor's Mill drove in Tuesday add stopped over night with Versailles frlonds. The second hand furniture store re cently opened In this city by Claude Kldwcll ta proving to be a decided suc cess. A. Popper's advertisement this week calls attention ta the arrival of early fall foods and a genulno cleaning-up sale. Read It. Versailles la soon to be Invaded by the Indian base ball team, and then the home team will havo a chance to play ball in earnest. Do you want any Meat or Ice, if you do, call up the Butoher Shop, 'Phone 00. Free delivery after this date. Mason & Prloa, the only Butchers. Dr. PUklngton of Kansas, who was here recently eamo back again Wed nesday and is looking after some pros pecting he now has under way near Spears' Caye. Guy Gibbs, who has been setting type in the Democrat oflice several months, went to Proctor Wednesday where he will recreate and fish for a week or two, and visit relatives, A flno horso owned by Dr. P. O, Woods dlod last Sunday. The animal had been snagged on oue hip which re sulted in blood poison causing death. This Is the sceond good horse Dr. Woods has lost In the last few weeks. A. 0. Schaffer, who has the first con tract wont of town on the new railroad, waa la Uooaville one day last week looking for additional hands to work on his contract. Several men came in for work during the past week and others can get jobs on application. U. M. Daub of Topeka, Kansas, was In this city Tuesday. Mr. Daub Is Chief Water Tester for the Rock Island and casae here to test the water se eured by the steam drill aow at work northeast of town, and to ascertain its value for steam making purposes. While in the cast last week Supt. W. 1. Yates of the Buffalo mine secured new and improved pumps for his mine and one has arrived. He is very much pleased with tho outlook at the "Buf falo," and has determined to develop his property to thb fullest oxtout, hav ing broaght his family horo to become permanent residents. This looks like business. While the wheat and oats harvest is about over, somo of our farmera have experienced more or less trouble In get ting help to save their crop. This was caused, perhaps, owing to tho groat demand for laborers on the new rail road work, the contractors taking all applicants who applied for work, and this will continue as long as the con straetioa work is in progress. There Is no need of aay man being idle here at tka present time if he wants to earn wages. Merchandise. We Are Doing the Cutting BaaLr - LflsLam bVbWbWbbv Jdl You will get the Benefit Tho greatest Komnant Salo consisting of Summer Dress Goods and Ribbons. White goods and nil Summer Dross Goods from two to fifteen yards in u pico, many full dress puttorns, all go ut prices cut in two. 50a Hoods will go for .T7Keand 35c. IfOu (ioods will go for 15c. Uu Hoods will go for l'-'h'c and 10c. 12 lie Hoods will go for h&c and 1U. 8Xc Hoods will go at tS'u. T,c Hoods will go at flc. Sc Hoods will go at 4c. Now is your time if you want, a cheap Summor dress or waist. Clearing Sale on Slippers. Our 93 Slippers go for 91 and 11.25. Our 91.2S Slippers go for 01.00. Our 81.00 Slippers go for 75c. Our 75o Slippers go for rite. Our Sue Slippers go for 35c. Clothing, to Clean Up. 350 Moo's Suits from $4.00 to 3. 50, less than any house in Morgan Countd owns thcra. No ue'vVei- mako-up or quality of goods can bo found for the same money, and wbuu you get utio of these Suits you get a bargaiu. M. Joachimi 5 CUT PRICE CASH STORE. Kansas claims 200,000 acres of wheat this year. No wonder they want har vest hands. In another column Carl W. Ilien.auh at tho fled Flag, calls attention to a Una line of Dimities and Lawns, and a drive on straw hats. Work has been commenced on a coal shaft anil mineral prospect on laud owned by the l'arker Coal and CoUu Co., eaBt of Excelsior In this county. If a favorable vela of coal ii found a mine will be opened on the land. Mrs. U. L. Johnson aud family, ac companied by Miss Virginia Peun, de parted for St. Louis yesterday. Mrs. .lohnsou will make a brief visit in the city and then join her husband at Bello, where she will remain for sev eral weeks. Fred Arnold, a popular elerk for Joseph I'opprr it Company, went to Versaillts Monday afternoon. Ho took over Mr. Popper's horse and surrey for Mr. Topper's brother, Adolph, to UMi until Mrs. Jos. Popper returns from her trip to K 11 rope. lluiioeton Ragle. A camping party comp ol of Mossrn. Clarence Lumpee and .'1. ICingsbaleer. Mist iithel .Mason and t-vo frlonds Misses Shephard and .lanif.s, chaper oned by Mrs. Louis Luuipi-e, started yesterday for llahatouk.-i, where they aro propared with toir.iug outfit, eat ables, etc., to have u whole camp meetiug. They will stuy until Mon day. There must be a gang of burglnrti working this end of the btute. Last Thursday night the stole of .1, A, Ilosp at Lone Ktm, Cooper county, was en tered a large amount of (joods appro priated tiy tho thieves. Within tliu past few weehs robberies linvn been committed at Suilthton, Ottervlllo and other points iu this territory, which Indicates that the robheis uro organ ized for systematic work,