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Aorgap Couoty Democrat.
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, August 21, 1903. No. 34. h & h H H : t ( c The Busiest Store ,in Town. People who havo been notic ing tho crowds about The Fair store, and coming out of there with bundles lately, have found, on investigation, that this store is having one of the heaviest trades in its existence. Suits of Clothes, Hats, Shoos, Underwear, Hose, Umbrellas, Trunks, Neckwear, in fact all kinds of goods going away from there every da,y by the arm loads. They sold ONE HUNDRED PAIRS Of shoes in one day. Strangers ask why this is; they soon lind out however, its because THE FAIR STORE Has one of the largest and best assorted stocks in the country. They sell the best goods for the least money, and now that people are Uncling this out, they are over-running the store with business. Their lino of clothing is the best made and best litting in the country. 1 f you want to see something nice and stylish in the , CLOTHING LINE 'Stop in. They have recently purchased llothchilds' immense stock of tine sample SUMMER HATS which they are running oil at HALF PRICE. Their lino of work and dress shoes is the larg est and best in the country and if you want something line in the shoe line see them. If you want a suit, or part of a suit, made to moasuse, look at their 500 sam ples. They guarantee every gar ment to tit. Traveling men say "THE FAIR" Is the best store in Contral Mis souri. Every one wanting any thing in their line should call and see their goods and prices before buying. Much llgliiir and taortflriibleUun Uitlwr IjjuIi XV. httl Eutl RcvfoAjctlon of thU Style Six. They are sole representatives of the queen quality Boston made shoe, the finest Dailies' Shoe in the United States. 5 t !Klbo . An f w?1 iliy ,deal ' n 357 Dress Jf Boot. dB that I Mk n TRADE ' HNlWA s BRANDED mMA ON EVERY LOCAL NEWS. Call for Hardy's l'rizu linking Pow (tor. M. Spldel will fill your orders for Ice Cream In quantities. (80 to Hardy's grocery and ask for his rrizo jiamng rowiier. R. S. Sharplcss came In from Harnett to attend court last Friday. Aubrey Illrdsong arrived in this city Monday from Marshall, Texas. .1. W. Cochran came In from l'urvls and spent the day here Saturday. The bicycle craze among' our young stern has broken out In a new spot. .1. W. Roc of Proctor was mingling with Versailles friends last Friday. FOll SALE Two good residence properties, cheap. H. A. Youno. A. N. Greenway oi Harnett was in attendance at court here last Friday. There were twenty-four deaths from typhoid fever lu Kansas City last month. M. Spiders is the place to get Ice Cream, Ice Cream Soda and all Summer Drinks. An early winter Is predicted, yet we arc safe In sayiug it will not open up tefore fall. Street Commissioner Johnson It do ing some good work on Cutnpbull street with his force. If you want pure clean leu, fresh Meats and Groceries, leuvu your order with D. C. Hardy. R. F. Williams the Windsor railroad man, was here Monday In company with Ex-Gov. lloltu. Mrs. E I. Cook and baby are mak ing a visit with Iluiieetou relatives. They will stay until after the Fair. Miss Nora Slocum has resigned as day rqierator at the telephone exchange and Miss Annie Mullens has taken her place. A. Young, father of II. A. Young, arrived here Wednesday from Ludora. Iowa. lie will visit his sou and family several weeks. Attorneys 1), E Wray and Win. For mau drove to Linu Creek last Sunday and have been In attendance at Cam den county circuit court this week. Elder E. II. Woods, accompanied by his wife and two children, "drove to Climax Springs Tuesday morning nnd will 1111 his regular appointment there before returning. Mcsdumes Max .loachlmi and It. Q. Kelly departed Monday morning for Denver, Colorado, where they will inulte an exteuded visit with their sis ter, Mrs. Lucy Ilrowuc. Are bugs uud worms on your cab bage? If so, call at The (J lobe Drug Store and get a bottle of Krcso. Its within the reach of all and guaran teed. C. 1). Hunter, Druggist. The mnn with the tall corn stalk ar rived in Versailles last Saturday and planted a stalk at the lamp poat near Alf. Ilelucinan's saloon. The top of the stalk soared several feet above the top of the (lost Ilerbhel Mason while going around the square at a lively gait on his bicycle last Thursday evening ran Into a buggy and hud 0110 of the middle fin gers on his right hand broken. The buggy was not injured. The lluncetou fair next week will draw quite a crowd from here, espe cially on Dig Thursday when the baud and base ball team will go as an at traction, while the fare will be 81 for the round trip from here. Julius Keotting, the expert tinner with Thorpe llros., took a vacation last week and with his little son, Mas ter Peter, visited his sisters and broth ers at Jefferson City and Chamois, whom ho had not seen for nina years. We are not just beginning the free delivery of meats to our customers but have been delivering free of charge ever since we began huslueas and will continue to do ho. Leave your orders for Meat, Groceries and left with I). C. Hardy. Ladles' Lace Handkerchiefs 10 and 20c, go for 5c and 10c. M. Joachimi's Cut Price Cash Store; OPEN FOB INSPECTION. Our Early Fall Suitings and Waistings. Friday morning is the day that our Sale starts on Early Fall Dress Goods. The best that Money can Buy, As usual no time has been spared in making se lections, and all the latest and best that money can buy can be seen on our counters. The Leader of Low Prices and First-Class Dnitfl 1' GiiMri worth $2.00 and DUja UUlld 2.50,gofor$1.25 and 1.50. The other follow want ed tho monoy, wo got tho Suits, you can have them and savo mon ey, if you come in time. M. Joachimi's Cut Price Cash Store. John llalloway of (ilensted was on our streets Monday. Hardy's Prize ltaklng I'owder Is the kind to use in your baking. Attorney W. Elliott MoVey spent Sunday last in Sedalla with relatives. D. F. Thompson and family left Tuesday with their household goods for Eldon. Earl M. I'almer of Kansas City spent Sunday last in Versailles, guest of the llusby family. Mrs. William Well has been quite sick at her home on North Monroe street for several days. Mrs. John Wnssung duparted Tues day for a week's visit with relatives and friends in Sedalla. Miss Viola Cross arrived here yester day to make au extended visit with her slater, Mrs. C. C. Crew. It don't pay to bo "grouchy." Some business men will lost 8100 worth of tradu in trying to save a quarter. Ituucelon Fair begins next Wednes day and continues until Friday. Ver sailles will send a large delegation. Ilobert Mobley, a guard at the State Penitentiary ut Jefferson City, spent Sunday last with friends in Versailles. The Syracuse ball team who were billed to play u game of ball here last Sunday afternoon, failed to put In au appearance. Leave your orders for Meat and Ice with us. All orders executed promptly and goods delivered free us usuul. D. C. Haiidv. The Missouri State Fair has been going on this week and many from Morgan county and especially from Versailles have heeu In attendance. Mr. and Min. Homer Yowh are the proudest people In Morgan county since tho arrival of a fine boy nt their borne Tuesday uight August 10. Kldon Advertiser. T. It. Townley slipped on the Hide- walk on East Nuwlou street last Sat urday evening and sprained his right ankle to the extent that he has been using a walking cane since. Many of our friends are complaining that the bugs and worms arc eating up their cabbage, other vegetables and melon vines. They should secure a bottle of Kreso, a perfect disinfectant and germiicldo, guaranteed, by C. D. Hunter, at the Globe Drug Store. . - TAILE LINEN, Unbleached, fine, worth 75c per yard, goea for 50c. M. Joachimi's Cut Price Cash fitoro. Popper L. M. Ivy and wife of Crittenden were guests at the City Hotel Mon day. Jacob Eusmtngcr of Stover was cir culating with friends here last Sun day. John Uastofer drove up from Gravoih Mills and truded with our iiicrohauts Monday. Young Patterson, a Kansas City bus i neM man, spent the day Monday iu Versailles. J. II. Anderson aid wife of Clarks burg were guests at the Hotel Martin last Saturday. Versailles public schools will open for the fall and winter term on Mon day, August 31. J. Guructt Jolly and brother William Jolly of Sedalla transacted business In this city Monday. Dr. E. P. Yarni'll was among the crowd who took In the Stale Fair at Sedalla this week. P. E. MoCorinleU a prominent busi ness man of West Plains spent the day in this city last Friday. J. W. Hull a citlcii of Speed. Cooper county, was among the guests at the Martin Hotel last Friday. Over in St. Louia county an ex change tells of a plan that Is on foot to make u cemetery "more Inviting." CI 1 as. and T. llrockutt and Floyd Rowland of Hoyler's Mill drove lu and were guests at the City Hotel last Sun day. Arthur Gibson, John and Easam Farris, of Olcan, were lu Versailles Tuesday looking after business mat te ra. Large numbers of Morgan county people havo taken In the State Fair at Sedalla this week, in fact too many, for us to enumerate . W. P. Hubbard enme out from Seda lla and spent a portion of the past week with his brothers, Dr. Joel I). and George II, Hubbard. Alf. Helneman, D. C. Hardy, Jr., and Attorney J , J, Jones of Glcnsted were among the visitors to the Missouri State Fulr at Sedalla Tuesday. Ilenry Wclprnad of Gravois Mills was here on business Monday. He says there are plenty of Folk Demo crats In that neck of the woods. W. G. Hlgglnliottoin of Fortunu was In the elty Tuesday. He bad attended the Street Fair at lioouvllle last week and incidentally remarked that the crowd was the biggest end of tho affair. E. T. King of Eldon spent Saturday In Versailles and stated that the Rock tsland was pushing matters relative to building the shops at tho pluee. The excavating equipment, he Maid, was at ready on the ground. On Thursday, August 27, the big day at the lluuouton Fair, tho Missouri Pucltlu will have a oheap rate all along the lino. The round trip from Ver tallies to lluncetou will be 81, from Tipton will be ftoo. Tills cheap rale will give everybody n chance to seo the Fair at a nominal cost. Merchandise. OYS' THREE-PIECE SUITS, 10 t 15 years, very line, $7.50, go for 5.00. M. Joachimi's Cut Price Cash Store. Ex. Ltcut-Gov. llolle was here Tues day looking after matters in connec tion with the new St. Louls-ICnns.-n City extension. The Morgan County Folk Club which organized last week will hold theii second meeting next Monday evening, and a full attendance is requested. Chief Campbell and Contractor Stubbs came In to-day and will make a tour of Inspection over the construc tion work In progress west of Ver sailles. Mr. and Mrs, M. F. Kelly, of Excel sior, were lu this city trading with our merchants last Friday. Mr. Kelly is one of the successful farmers of tins vicinity of Excelsior. Willis Jones who recently arrived here from Colorado, has sold his IHO acre farm near Harnett, the considera tion being 81,000. Mr. Jones will prob ably return to the west again in a short time. E. W. Thorpe who made a brief visit with his parents lu Shell Rock, Iowa, returned home Tuesday, accompanied by his wife and little daughter, who had been spending the past summer with their Iowa relatives. Mrs. C. L. Cummins, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. Y. llusby, returned to her home at Itlue Springs last Satur day. She bad been here since tho wedding of her sister, Miss Edna llus by to Prof. J. J. Stockard. Frank Kldwell, non of P. II. Kid- well, while riding his bicycle along North Fisher street last Sutnrday night, ran Into a rut and was thrown oil' straining his right leg at the knee, re quiring tho services of a physician to relieve him. Lust Sunday afternoon' Rev. J. Y. Husby assisted Rev. A. II, McKiilghtln the baptism of twentythree persons at Ulenstcd, all of whom were lute addi tions to the church. There were twenty-nine additions in all during tho ravlval just elosed at that place. Dr. W. F. Donovan the eyesight spe cialist, is here with headquarters at, the City Hotel. If you have eye troub les It will pay you to consult Dr. Don ovan. This Is his third trip lien: and all customers who havo been treated by him will recommend Ills work ami glasses to be Hrst-eliMS iu every partic ular. Hu will remain here until the Kith. Douglas Hewitt of the Smithtou Sun beam, who la southern agent for the M. & U. railway, has just returned from Soitth Alabama with a party of excursionists from Smlthton uud vlcin-. Ity A number of these gentlemen ln vested In Alabama farm lands. W. II. Hewitt of South Morgan was with Hie excurslonlsta and purchased a good tract of Alabama laud ou which hi jintunda to settle and mart u stock ranoh.