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Morgan County republican. (Versailles, Mo.) 1906-1914, December 20, 1906, Image 8

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Our Trade Better Than Usual,
But we are not satisfied. Our Winter Stock is too heavy and we are compelled
to move them still faster.
Startling' Prices at this Early Date.
Ladles' heavy Suiting's and SKirtlngs have been trimmed with a Keen knife.
Sss them, displayed on our counters, at prices that will puxsle the man that
makes the cloth.
Our Ladies', Misses', and Children's
Underwear and Hosiery
Are going at prices that will be another
surprise to you. See our Outings and
Fleece-lined goods. We mean to save
you from 2 1-2 to 7 1-2 cents on every
yard you buy.
Our Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Long' Coats
Must be right, for they go out as fast as
we can get them in.
We have a few Short Jackets left
from last season that we must also sell
you. Make the price and we will de
liver the goods.
Yes, we also sell Shoes,
and we are proud to say
that we have the best stock
in Old Missouri.
You all know
the place.
Men's and Boys
When it comes to this line, we have
them all skinned, but we don't say much
about it. We let other people do the
talking, and we do the business, just
the same.
A Special vSale on
Corduroy Suits
As long as they last, Men's Suits, sizes from tfr
34 to 44,. regular price $10,00, in this Sale at
See our line of MEN'S AND BOYS'
Ducking' Coats
From 75c and up. It means a saving to you of '
40 per cent on every coat you buy.
Popper's Emporium,
THe Place where you get
your Money's Worth.
Office in corner rooms on second
floor over l'irst National liank,
Versailles. Mo.
Prompt service ami first-cl.iss work
to all patrons, l'hone .Vf.
Christmas Fruit Cake.
One-half cup butter, one dtp sugar,
ttcat to a cream; yolks of three eggs,
(eaten separately; add to butler and
sugnr; heat again; half cup milk, half
teaspoon soda, one teaspoon crenm
tartar, one and a quarter cups flour (use
tircad flour). After the mixture is in
pan, lay in chunks of fruit cake all over
the top; shake a little ho that the fruit
cake will settle a little in the dough.
Sprinkle top with sugar, ami hake in a
moderate oven.
Christmas is coming
There will he a Christmas tree and
sbart program at Self Chapel Saturday
Rocky I'o'nt school will close Fat.
and on account of the house heing in
had couditi n there w 11 be no entertain
Spelling match in on p grnm for Pri
lay night at Post Oak.
l'.enuett CVclilkeu wm ill Versailles
Saturday and Sunday having dental .work
louc, lie rriuuie I his duties at Ime
Star ngai i Mo. .day morning
Mamie Moon spent last week with Iter
grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Oehlktu
I,. C. Siege) was down again last week
Hiul done some trading with our farmers.
Mae I'owlcr and I.inda Hngenarcon
the sick list, with icvcml oihei com
pUinin; with hi I colds an I laripie.
John Siege) seem to I afraid of lie
girls but he knows hiw to kill wild
turkey, at h gt owt Saturday and
another one Moil Uy.
Jake Nri.lgei killed a wild turkey last
There will be n Christmas tree nt
Khenezer Monday night. They always
have a nice time and we aim to meet
old Santa there this year.
Say dear reader why can't you send in
the news from your neighborhood to the
Kr.PUiu.iCA.-4. It is a clean, .honest,
straightforward paper and all it needs to
make it the best county paper in Mis
souri is a little assistance from you, and
the editor is willing to help you in that.
Study the matter over and call around
at the office and commence the first of
the year and see how much you improve
during 1(0C.
Come to see me if you want to borrow
m incy Room 6, Chas. W. Kavanangh,
Phone 267 Mason & Hardy lildg.
What the Children Say.
Willie had just had one of his first
teeth pulled out. A day or two later he
discovered a new one coming in its
"Oh mother," he cried, in an excited
voice, runiiing to his mother, "I thought
the dentist man pulled that tooth quite
out, but he must have left the root, be-
cause here it is sprouting up again!"
IKrom Tlie Enttrprinr.
W. V, Rrttclifl was in Versailles Tncs-day.
T. P. P.ond was in Warrensbnrg the
first of the week.
Jlorn, to O. C. Weaver and wife Dec.
ember Hth, a fine baby girl.
Itmery l'reeman and wife were visiting
with the Katcliff girls Monday.
II. P. Heck man and Dr. llatler were
in Kldon ami Aurora Spriigs Tuesday,
H. R. V.iw and James Ronton were
in Versailles this week attending court.
Several from this place attended the
fttnrrid of Mr. Shelton at Rocky Mount
D. I.. Dutcher was railed to Kldon
Monday on account of the Mines of his
sister, Mrs. (uuter.
Miss Myrtle Porter, who had been
visiting in Kldon for several clays, came
Miss Kdiia Bond, who has been visit
ing with iter brother, T. P. Bond, and
wife at tliis place for several days, left
Saturday for her home in Warrensburg.
S. P. Phillips, Guy Kidwell and I.on
Sears have returned from their trip to
Olakhoma They were well pleased
with their trip and made several bids
on land.
Mr. and Mrs. Kmcry Freeman who
have bren visiting friends and relatives
here since 'they came to this place in
November to bury their sou, Sampson,
who died in Pueblo, Colo., on the 18th
nit , lelt yesteniay lor their Home in
Subscribe for the Morgan County
Rewhucwn, 12 pages, SI per year.
If you want Insurance in one of the
best old line Companies in the world see
me, room 6, Chas W. Kavanangh,
Phone 267 Mason it Hardy llldg.
1 0 0 F.
Versailles I-odge, No. 231, I
O. F., meets every Tuesday night.
Business of importance .demands the
attention of every member. Come
When You Want
Don't forget that
it pays to see me
before you buy.
If you want a Notaiy Public don't for-
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Jake saw anotbe turkey and drojroed MU Ann ,,r"MnR
this one to n. after it hut f alle.1 to cat. h . near.N ". ''' " ",ue
up aud when lie returned l ami Iwholdl
bis turkeyjud left, t-klK the Iwmlsua
with it. Ilettry ft eye) claim to have
seen a turkey in tils pasture since with
the red kerchief waving from its neck.
Mat Jake My "nit" and nt'(or its, "well
we doa't know."
folks Saturday and Sunday
While in VcMHillrs last Saturday . T.
Weaver bought a thoroughbred 1'blaud
China bonr from Hd Petty.
Mrs. Sent Ifaai. of Kansas C'ilv.
came (n Thursday and is visiting with tlie I
r 1 ' . 1 t . 1 1. . tl...l '
tmmuf 01 mvi uiuiuvr, 11. n. niHiuvr.
Will soon be here, and to enable everybody to get
something useful, we offer our entire stock at the
Very Lowest Prices.
Clothing, Dry Goods, Tailor-made Skirts,
Waistings, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats,
Shoes and Rubber Goods, Blankets, Comforts,
Trunks, Suit Cases, Gloves, Hats and Caps,- Grqr
ceries, Glass and Queensware. All the best at
Lowest Prices.
We invite your inspection.
On the Corner opposite Post Office.

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