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Aorgao County Democrat
CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. i. .1 Fourth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, August 28, 1903. No. 35. P..f OPEN FOR 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. Popper The Leader of Low Prices and First-Class Merchandise. LOCAL NEWS. Ciill for Hardy's Prize llaking Pow der. ;(. the children ready for kcIiooI which opens next Monday. Ai .1 l'nrvis of Olndstoius transacted business in Versailles Monday. Tickets for the Whistling Concert on fsAle .-it .1. W. Kirk's furnlturu store. John I)ix of Sedalia spent the. day lust Krid.iy among our business racu. I'OU SAMO Two good residence properties, cheap H. A. Vou.Nd. M. Spldel'h Ik the place to gut Ice Ocain, let: Cream Soda :ind all Summer j Drinks, Mrs C- I). Hunter arm bby vpending the week with relatives In the vicinity of Kxcelsior. .nessrs. u. f. naisack ana s. l)ex- heimor came over from California and transacted business here lait Friday. l)r Vincil Williams returned to St, Louis last Sunday, having been accom panied to Tipton by bin father, Dr. A. O, Williams, and Max J ouch i mi. Clay Sparkri hah his running mare, "Kmtly B," at the Hunceton Fair this week. She washhipped from here lust week with Tom Redman In charge. .lay Jones of Oloan vai on our streets last Saturday. (io to Hardy's grocery and ask for his Prize linking l'owder. Judge L II. Karneit of Proctor was circulating smoug friends In Versailles last Saturday. If you want pure clean Ice, fresh Mentis and Groceries, leave your order with I). C Hardy. Jos. Fitzpatrick, Kd. and .lolin Cleary of Crnm, were looking after Htoclt in tercstb here last Friday. Anions the Kaid citizens iu Ver sailles last Saturday wer W. K. Hun ter, 0. L Stidman and II. F. Shank. A half dozen youngsters from 8eda liu arrived in this city Monday and drorc to Aruooldt's Mill for a week's outing. Leave your orders for Meat and Ice with us. All orderi. executed promptly and goods deliveied free us usual. I. C. HAHOV. Keporth of heavy corn Hrc coming in from all parts of the county. The hot nun during the pant two weeks has made hundreds of bushels of corn. W. L. Sherrill, representing the gieat Cole Younger and Frank James Wild Weit SIiown, wan in this city Tuesday mailing arrangements for an exhibition lure to be given Septem ber 4th. Hardy's Prize Making Powder is the kind to use in your baking. Samuel Hrand was in from Proctor Tuesday dealing with our merchant. Watermelons seem to be the most salable article on the market here juit now. J. W. Phelps, ugent for the Kansas City Star, wan here Tuesday soliciting business for his journal. Dr. K. P. Yamell haH refitted his dental office In the Woods Illock with new carpet and fixture and now has as neat dental parlors as can be found in this district. Klder T. II. HuugliiUKU preached at the Gladstone school house last Sun day, morning and erening, to large and appreciative congregations. The, Elder was prevailed upon to wine again. Remember the meeting of the Mor gan County Folk Club at the Court House Thursday night of naxt week. Kvery member should he present at some business of importance will lie transacted. C. N. Mitchell, one of the old and staunch Demoeiats of Gladstone, was In Versailles last Monday and made us an agreeable call. Mr. Mitchull stales that every voter in his neighborhood is for Folk as the logical esndidittu for Governor, and this sentiment is in creasing everywhere. w (1 ili HOUSE CLEANING, Every year there comes a time of House Cleaning. That time has now hit "The Fair" Store ft iii ft 0 ft ft Hi id And for the next few days we are going to make you prices on Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Neckwear, Underolothing, in fact everything we carry, that will make your eyes bug out. We are also going to run off a large stock of Basement Goods, first class goods, consisting of Clothing, Shoes, Under clothing, in fact a full line of Gents' Furnishing Goods and Shoes for everybody. We are going to CLEAN UP and THIS BASEMENT SALE Will knock any prices ever before made in this town. The goods are first-class. Come early, so as to get pick in sizes. Don't buy till you see us. North side ol Square to $ to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to THE FAIR, to to to to to to to Ha rdy'n Prize Puking Powder is going like hot cake.-t. Ask for it. Dr. .1. L. Knloe of KansaH City is here this week visiting relatives and friends. Dene Price departed last Saturday for Kansas City where he is taking treatment for his eyes. The property on North Fisher street owned by Mils Agnes Helphe. was this week sold to II. A. Young and will be occupied by him for residence purposes in the future. Messrs. Harrison and Crewson hate a number of tine apples displayed in the windows of their real estate olllee, two or lluee of which weigh a pound and a half each, Mrs. C, V. N. Hudson, who had been enjoying an extended visit with rel ative and friends in New Mexico and Colorado, returned to her home In this city Wednesday. Mis, Ijoul.t.l'ukctis, grand-daughter of Mrs. J. M. Duff who had been here on a two weeks' visit with the family, departed for her home In St. Lunis Wednesday morning. Frank Polston, who has been so journing with his father In Montana lor thu past yeur, ai rived home Tues day and will attend school in this elty during the coming school year. Hev. H. V. McClusky will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing and evening, to which all are cor diully invited. The choir will render special music at each service. We are not just beginning Die free delivery of meats to our customers but have been delivering free of charge ever .since we began business and will continue to do so. Leave your older for Meat, Groceries and lee. with I). C. Hardy. A Woodman Circle, the ladies auxil iary to the W. (). W., was organized In this city last Friday night with a mem bership of at) to start off with. This is a good showing for the new organiza tion which will no doubt be Increased In the future. Mrs. Olive Child has beer, lu Ht. Louis the past week selecting the lat est novelties to replenish her millinery slock for the fall and winter trade, ami vill soon havu something pretty and i.p to dale, to oiler her many customers lu Versailles and vicinity. Dr H. P. Render, the traveling den tist has a big banner in this Issue of the Democrat, and will make another visit hero, hoglnning September 7th. The Doctor will remain until Satur day, September 1U, fur the benefit of all customers with tt-uth troubles. Miss Mary Witten has been In Ht, Louis for thu past ten days selecting a lashiouuhln stock of millinery which will hoou be on the counters of Mrs. J. W. Holes' headquarters oil the east side of the square, Kverythlng selected will be the very latest on tin; market. 1J. A. Young, the real estate man, Thursday of last week perfected a daal whereby thu Walker farm of i)7 acres situated a mile west of Versailles, owned by I). C. Hardy, Jr., was trans ferred to I). C. Stephens of Das Moines, Iowa. Mr. Young spent two days in Sedalia last week on business con nected with the deal. B, M. Duff has a bevy of woikmen employed at hi business place on North Monroe street erecting a new addition to the buildlug and enclosing the whole under one roof. Mr. Dull found this necessary owing to thu fuct that he has added u department for hardware and stoves to his stock of wall paper, paints, etc, which required more floor space for display. John Iiix who recently cainu to Ver sailles and who has taken the manage ment of the dry goods department of M. Joae.himl's large stores here, hns shown conclusively that hu Is an ex pert in his line. He took hold In his department about ten days ago, and has rejuvenated thu entire stock, hav ing rearranged all the goods and has not only surprised Mr. Jouchluil him self, but thu effects aiu such that the many customers going through at once notice thu Improvements, This speaks well for Mr. Mx and shows that he Is no novice lu the business. He came from Sedalia here, but has had mueli experience lu handling tlrst-clasa goods, and we are glad to see such young bus iness men come among us, All who wish Dr. B. Vi llendcr to malm their plates tills visit should (all for Impression not later than Sept. the, loth, he will be at City Hotel, Mon day, Sept. 7, remaining until Sept. 19, Ross Martin, who holds u good posi tion at the World's Fair grounds In St. Louis, is spending a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Murtiu, In this city. He will return to duty lomoirow. Scientists have been hunting ran' birds for years hut no blid has ever bean found that can hold a candle to Prof. Ireland when It coiuci to whis tling. Any one falling to hear him will miss one of the great treats of their lives. The llunceton Fair this week drew big crowds from this section. The largest contingent from hero took ad vantage of the excursion yesterday, the band and base ball team accom panying the crowd, the train leaving here in the morning and returning late in the evening. Tim lnfaut child of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hasty of Gladstone died at their home last Sunday morning, Aug. 2.'l, aged one month. Interment took place, at New Prospect cemetery Sun day afternoon. The community sym pathise with the parents in their loss. Fr. Miles F. X. Jennings of Kansas City anived here Monday uftcrnodu to visit his sister, Mrs. Win. F. Yates. Tuesday Father Jennings vialled the ItulTalo mines, of which Mr. Yates is Superintendent, In South Morgan, and was well pleased with what lie ob served in the way of mineral develop ment. The Folk Club meeting Monday night wan postponed until Thursday night of next week, owing fo the. fuel that the committee having the matter of constitution and by-laws in hand not being ready to report. The mem bers of the Club should not forget the time of meeting as a full attendance U desired, Regular services at the Christian Church next .Sunday riorjiln,; uud even- lug. We kindly urge every member ot the chin eh to he present. No cause is greater than the cause of Christ and no organic body should be more loyal to their leader than Ills disciples. When a call of the church is made, every lmmilmr should be present. We shall be glad to welcome all who will worship with us. Thu Minister. Uverybody should get ready to at tend the entertainment to be given by Prof, uinl Mrs. Ireland, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church. Its not often our people will huvu the privilege of going to such an high ouler entertain-' luont. Kastern Chiiutamiuas are. after Prof. I inland continually, whleli hi cer tainly evidence enough of the high or der ol entertainment he gives. Its not necessary for us to speak of Mrs. Ire land's ability to please as our people have had the pntllege of enjoying I recitations. Operu House next Tues day night. Hon. A. L. Hoss, after an enjoyable visit With his brother, Dr. K. M. Uoss, in New Mexico, leturued to Ills home la this city Tuesday. Mr. llo.su found the Doctor well established at the new town of Artenia, where lm was recently elected president of u banking instltu- Uon, while his wife Is postmifitress. The country has a number of tine arh- shin wells which aie used for irriga tion purposes und which furnish mi abundant supply of water. One of these wells is loeuted In the center of the town and Is a gusher with great force. The Doctor aud wife aru en joying gooil health, As our public schools open next Monday It will be well for parents who are interested iu thu education of their children to see. to it that the pupils start In at thu beginning, m that they may D placed wucro they belong aud save much confusion. Pri.f. James A. Llvesay, thu new prlnelp.il. Is on hand and will strive to bring our public school up to a standard which will make ui all prouil of our educa tional facilities, but the principal and teachers mast have1 the cooperation of the patrons to bring but tHo best re sults. Let us all letid aid In making1 this the banner school tear for V!r sullies. .