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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

Morgan County Democrat. CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Nov. 24. 1905. No. 47. Leads with the Largest StocK and Latest Styles in Seasonable FURNISHING GOODS both for Men, Women and Children. STYLISH SUITS AND OVERCOATS For Fall and Winter wear in the most handsome patterns and durable fabrics can be found at THE FAIR. Queen Quality Shoes. Not only do we claim for these garments guaranteed durability and perfect fit, but the values we offer cannot be duplicated. Style and Satisfaction. If you are looking for a stylish Suit or Overcoat that will give you satisfaction, come in and look through our splendid stock. Furnishing' Goods. In our Furnishing Goods Department we are mak ing a run on Misses' and Children's Union Suits and Ladies' Two-piece Suits Full line of Men's Heavy Underwear. J. A. PILTTY CO. ill "OH THANKSGIVING WINGS" We bear good wishes to our peo ple that their tur- ty and what goes K....

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

X5hQ DEMOCRAT 1'nbllihMt Ker t'rtdar Morning TI I.I.MAN IHJFK. Proprietor. VERSAILLES. MI8S0URL The railroads of the United States fcavo this year place t orders for 2.300 passenger cars, 217,000 freight caw, and 4,130 locomotive. A Jltled youth In Montreal la suing the girl's father to recover courting expenses. An examination of his, km bills should suggest the1 propor retalia tion to the old man. The western woman la steadily en larging her sphere. A hundred wom en are operating typesetting machine.- In Chicago. Ono western woman la en advance ngent for a circus. Oermnn statisticians profess to havo found that during tho lifts of the av erage woman she has spent altogether ten months at her mirror, nnd tho av erage man seven months at hl. The American public will, of course, bo delighted to know that tho learned faculty of the University of Chicago has organized an nnt!lan.g society among the members of tho student body. Harry H. Haughman, superintendent of tho gas nnd water comp...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

FOR CLEAN AND MANLY FOOTBALL President Roosevelt Takes i'ime to Discuss the Matter WANTS THE GAME CONTINUED Drutnllty nud Funl I'lny Shot.ld lie. celve tho Miiiue I'll n I li in cat na Clii-utliiK nt I'liril or MrtLluv l'oi.l lu Uuxlnit, Philadelphia, Nov. 21. Dr. J. Will iam White, professor of surgury at the University of Pennsylvania and a mem ber of the university committee on athletics, has icturned from Washing ton, where ho had been siiinmor.ed by President Hoojevelt to discuss matters lclatlng to football. In an Interview, Dr. Whlto raid: "The president did mo the honor of asking me to lunch with him at the Whlto House for the purpose of dis cussing with him the situation as to American football. An at tide of mine published In last week's Outlook was the occasion of the Invitation. t'iiic of tin DUciiknIoii. "As to what took place during ray visit, the president has permitted mo to say that wo are In complete accord as to the need of the permanent abolition of brutality and...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

i The Democrat. TILLMAH & DUFF- Proprietors. filtered in the Tost Office at Vosailles, Missouri as second class mail matter. LIVE STOCK mU':. hi KANSAS C:T C THE WEEK'S TRADE RCPOPTSD UV CLAV.ROUINSON A COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. :!.j.ri 1.00 3 oO 3 00 L' 50 t.OO OFFICE8 AT OHICAQO, KANEA8 CITY, OMAHA, EIOUX CITY. PT JOSEPH and denver. Kansas Citv. Nov. 21, 11)05. Receipt "I cattle thus far this week are 3i,000; last week .17,000; last J ear 3S,(XI). Mondays market was slow ami itt cellar for beef steers hut prices held about steady. Cows and heifers were unchanged. Sloekcis and feedeis sold lather slowly but rates were firm To day's maikit for beef steels was active with prices steady to 10c higher. Cows and heifers were steady tostioti; stock ers and feeders lively and firm. The fol lowing table ics prices now-ruling: Hxtt.i prime cornfed steers. 5. IT) to on Cood .' 4.7o to 5.I0 Ordinary I.St to l.7o Choice cornfed heifers .1.00 to I.W r,0o:l .'f.oOto 4.00 Medi...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

Our Fall and Winter stock of Dress Goods LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S Coats and Jackets Blankets, Outing Flannel and Fleeces, Skirts, Underwear, Shoes, Rubber and Felt Boots, Overcoats and R.ain Coats, Trunks and Valises, Groceries, Queens ware, .c, SLc, is now complete. Your kind inspection is solicited. Yours Respectfully, s CARL W. BIERSACH. 6v. The First Natianal Bank OF VERSAILLES CAPITAL PULLY PAID, $30,000 SHAHUIIOLDI-US LIABILITY, $30,000 OFFICERS V. W. MOOBfc. President GLOtiOt V. I'LTIY Vnx ('resident J. W. MILLS. 2nd Vice President W. I PL I n. Cashier John Mown: 15. W. IV.TIV J. V. Mii.i.h I). A. Ciwwmin DIRECTORS 1). W. Cuitriw Al.K. IllMM'.MA.V V. V. Mown-: (5. It. Itnnr.l.vti Con wa v'.Ioniis V. T. Pirrrv C. II. Maso.v The Flr.st National IJ.ink Invites the accounts if banks, firms and Individual, pioinlslnii the utmost Itherulltv f treatment cunnlaleut with mudern, coiiacrv.itlve bnnklni! methods. Protected by Time-Lock Safe. Insured a.'ii n r.L liurglary anil Robb...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

DISTRESS AFTER MEALS Cure Sign That Dr. Williams' Pink Mil Ara Needed to Tone Up the ' Digestive Organs. I Loud of nppctito, distress nftcr eating, .hortness of breath, n fedhiR of uttei wwikiie&s those nro symptoms Hint an fttniliar to wont sufferers from btomnch trouble Toooftcntlioonliimry doctor'! treatment serves but to wcakcu tho dia eftKcd orpins. Tlio now tonic method of trcatitiR li ordcranf tlilsUiml doemiot nim totlo the Woilcof tlu Htomacli, tloosnut demand that tho f'jodlw jire-diticstwl, but buiMi uptho weakened orpins, so that tliey can do tho wotk that naturo intended. 1 Mrs. L O. La w, of No. 824 North M root, 'Honoii, Kans-w. mvs : "In 1S97, while we wito living on n farm in tlii.s neigh borhood, 1 Iweamu penerallv dehilitnted us tlio ruiultof overwork-. I limlm-rimis IndiKetttioii, 1 t my appetite, MilTcred from n wiimi of Mifl'ooatioii nnd from ob struction of tlio oirculation, mi thnt arti ficial means had to bo used to rect?n) it. After HUfferiiiK for month...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

Curiosity Shops In England. 1 Many of the curiosity shops planted in the back Rtrects of moat country towns In England ore kept up by Jargo London Arms, who, from a pro longed study of human nature, have discovered thnt pcoplo who nro buy ing old furniture or old silver In Uond street or Piccadilly nro ready and eager purchasers of precisely the tame objects nt a rather higher price when they come upon them In tho back streets of a country town. I Red-Crors Dogs. During the Kusso-.Iiipaiitso war dogs were found to bo of great value In the ambulance; corps, and a number of them wete presented with the Hed Cross badge In the form of tiny blari' Itets decorated with the characteristic eross. The dog ambulance corps made nn excellent record for Itself In Man churia, where Its members rescued hundreds of wounded soldiers. Brown GUI Babies. Another traveler In Chlnn, Mrs. Dorothy Cator, brings forward once more tho grim fact that poverty In that country loads to the commission of terrlblo...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 24 November 1905

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. euw fjiankful For the liberal patronage we Have received, ON Nov. 29th, 1905, The day before Thaksgiving Day, We will tfive every purchaser who visits our store that day A Nice Present with every purchase of ONE DOLLAR and up. We will give away 200 ten-inch fine mounted Medallion Pictures These are no cheap chromos, but very fine mounted pic tures, NICE ENOUGH for the most fastidious. M, JoachimTs Cut Price Cash Store, The Oldest and Largest Mercantile House in Versailles, Mo. Spices, Nuts, Raising and other materials for cakes and pies at K. A. I Williams' south side Square. Circuit Clerk W. C. Thomas made a trip to Illinois during the past week, having gone in charge of a eonsign- 1 ment of Morgan County horses which were shipped by V. S. Bowman. ' J no. K, Price passed through the jcity Wednesday on his way home from a two weeks' visit with his 'brother, Luther Price and family, who reside in the Indian Territory. 11 us prove to you that we can save you money on...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

.It) Morgan County Democrat: CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. SIXTH YEAR. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Dec. 1. 1905. No. 48, Leads with the Largest StocK and Latest Styles in Seasonable FURNISHING GOODS both for Men. Women and Children. STYLISH SUITS AND OVERCOATS Queen Quality Shoes. For Fall and Winter wear in the most handsome patterns and durable fabrics can be found at THE FAIR. Not only do we claim for these garments guaranteed durability and onfon -R Vvi-. 1 -CC A. 1 J 1 A .1 jijoaxcu no, uui tiic vogues we uuer utumoT, ue uupuca-xeu. Style and Satisfaction. If you are looking for a stylish Suit or Overcoat that will give you satisfaction, come in and look through our splendid stock. Furnishing Goods. In our Furnishing Goods Department we are mak ing a run on Misses' and Children's Union Suits and Ladies' Two-piece Suits Full line of Men's Heavy Underwear. J. A. PETTY a CO. "ON THANKSGIVING WINGS" We bear good wishes to our peo ple...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

Sfte DEMOCRAT 1'ublMiril V.very 1'rldny Mimilnir. TII.I.MA.V hl'l'r. I'roi'rlrtor". VERSAILLES. MISSOUHL Alaska's gold proditco for 1005 would pay twice over tho $7,i00,000 whlcli wo gave for that providence to Russia. And this Is only ono item in our an nual incomo from that region. Dr. Eigcr, of Warsaw, a Jewish doc tor In thq Russian arniy, who is at present a' prisoner of war In Japan, has been elected an honorary momber of a scientific .section of the University of Tokyo. In 1880 North Carolina had only 49 mills, consuming 2S.000 bales of cot ton. To-day she owns 250 mills, con suming 050,000 bales. North Carolina shows an increase of 197 ier cent. In the valuo of her manufactured prod uct, as compared with Massachusetts' 11 per cent. A unique part of the law passed by tho last session of tho Wisconsin leg islature compelling agriculture to bo taught in all country schools Is that women teachers in rural districts will have to toll the farmer's son how to till tho soil and what...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

A LESSON IN MANUAL TRAINING PBACTICAL POINTS FOR BOYS WITH AMBITION AND GENIUS. How to Keep a Plane Sharp and In t Working Condition A Hanging I China Rack in Pure Mission StyK BY JAMES ntTCHEY. (Instructor in Wood-Worklns and Pattern Making: Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago.) (Copyright, 1503, by Joseph U. Bowles ) When planing and smoothing large surfaces or hard wood, such as aro re quired In the construction of the tables Illustrated In Figs. 137 or 157, the great- est care must be taken to keep the plane sharp and In the best possible working condition. Should the wood be cross-grained, and the cap Iron set too far up from the cutting edge, the shaving will be carried below the required surface by the down ward tendency of the grain, and as Fig. shown at A in Fig. 1G5. the length of the crimps or breaks in the shaving, and tfe corresponding breaks In the surface of the wood will be about equal In length to the distance of the rap from the cut ting edge, while the depth t...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

The Democrat. TILLMAN & DUFF. Proprietory BntTrediuthe l'ost Office at Versailles, Missouri at second class mail matter. LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT KANSAS CITY. THE WIEK'S TRADE REPORTtO BY CLAY, ROBINSON COMPANY, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. PPIOES AT OHIOAOO, KANSAS CITY, OMAHA, SIOUX CITY. 8T JOSEPH AND DENVER. Kansas Citv, Nov. 29, 1JXW. Receipts of cattle thus far this week are 25,300; last week ,V,600; last year .VI,'00. Trices Monday were generally firm on all offerings. Today's supply of beef steers was rather light and the in quiry active for them at strong to 15c higher rates. Cows and heifers sold strong to 10c higher; Mockers and feed ers strong to 10c higher. The following table gives prices now ruling; Hxtra nrtme cornfed steers. 5. 00 to 5.65 Oood ." 4.50 to 5.OO Ordinary 3.00 to 4.50 Choice cornfed heifers 4.00 to 0.00 Good .'.50 to 4.0o Medium 2.5O to 3.50 Choice cornfed cows 3.115 to 3.85 Oood 2.75 to 335 Medium -.25 to 2.75 C.mners 1.50 to 2 25 Choice stags 3.7...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

r Our Fall and Winter stock of Dress Goods LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S Coats and Jackets Blankets, Outing Flannel and Fleeces, Skirts, Underwear, Shoes, Rubber and Felt Boots, Overcoats and R,ain Coats, Trunks and Valises, Groceries, Queens ware, He, He, is now complete. Your kind inspection is solicited. Yours Respectfully, CARL W. BIERSACH. The First Natianal Bank OF VERSAILLES CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $30,000 SHAREHOLDERS' LIABILITY, $30,000 OIPICCRS W. W. MOOCH. President Ot.OUCit W. I'l.TI V View President J.W. MlltS, 2nd Vice President W. f I'fcl IY. CastiUr InilN MllMIlK I!. W. l'KTIV .1. W. Mii.i.h i:. a. ciikwmis DIRECTORS K. W. Ct'UTix Ai.k. IIi:ini:m v.v W. W. Mot mi: t'i. 1!. lioilI.INO CONVVA V .ll)Nl: W. T. IT.ti v C. II. Mason The I lr.t Na'ltinnl Hunk Inv'ten the accounts of hanks, firms nnd Inrllv Idtials, promising ll'c utmost liberality f treatment consistent with nndcrii, conservative banking method.-., j Protected by Time-Lock Safe. Insured against burglary ami Ho...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

A Definition. Gladys- Mimiina, what i "curtory Mamma It h llie kind of look that your father pvcn whrn fie wants to scar but locti t oarc itosiyn Sure Enough. "I'm from llcanlown." "Jloxton?" Hint' ilm nnlv liantown. Isn't it?" "Will, tlicro'h Lima, O."-C!nc.ig0 Sun. OcciHonally wo (in! .1 man who is old fashiuni'il crmtich to allow hiinscU lo bo tun over by a horse. JOYS OF MATERNITY I WOMAN'S BEST HOPES REALIZED Mrs. Potts Tetla How Women Should Propare for Motherhood The darkest days of husband nnd wifu uru when they come to look for wanl to cbilillfs.s and lonely old rtfjo. Many 11 wife has found lfcr.self inca pable of motherhood owing to a dis placement of tho womb or lack of strength iu the generative organs. Frequent backache and distressing pains, accompanied by offensive dis charges nnd generally by irregular nnd scanty menstruation indicate a dis placement or nerve degeneration of the womb and surrounding organs. The question that troubles women Is how can a woman who lia...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

CONVINCING EVIDENCE That Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Will Curt flhaumatUm. ' People can cure themselves of n pootJ many cotrnion nlliuonts tit a very small cost if they go about it tbo right way," anid Mr. Hoar, recently. "For instance, I have just cured myself of a very jain ful discute. I might huvo begun to treat it aoouer, that's all tho mistuke I made in the matter. Hut I found tho root of the difficulty and I picktd out tho right remedy without tho aid of n doctor. " It wna rcnlly all in my blood. I first felt a twin go in my left foot and aukld iu the middlo of lust January, following exposure to cold. I realized I had rheu matism and I knew that rcnlly cornel from bad blood. Cold simply develops it. Then my hands and feet vero cold and clammy even in hot weather, and numb a great part of tho time. I con eluded that my blood was tbiu and poor and the circulation sluggish. "After n time, my feet and ankles swelled no badly that I conld only tio my shoes half way up. My legs swell...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 1 December 1905

REACHING OUT! Some of the Best Trade Reachers of the Season. 56-inch Skirtings and Suitings in all the different shades, worth 90c, go at 50c. Heavy Kersey Cloth, suitable for rainy day skirts and jackets, worth $1.25, goes at 75c. Blankets from 50c up. Comforts from 75c up. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets The latest and always the most up-to-date on hand. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Furs and Fur Sets from $1.00 to 532.00. ffiia. OVERCOATS. We don't say much, but we do mean what we say, and that is, we have the largest and most stylish stock to select from. Take a snap shot at our special price on Overcoats for children, worth $4.00. We'll let them go at $2.50. Each and every Department in our estab lishment is full of Trade Reachers. A. ropp Yours to please, er 9 Leader of Low Prices and First Class Merchandise P P PETTY'S POLAND-CHINA SALE. The Second Attininl Snlc I lie Best Ever held In this County All Hogs Sold at Good Prices. K. Petty 's second annual sale of thoro...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 December 1905

Morgan County Democrat; CENTRAL MISSOURI FARMING, MINING, REAL ESTATE, RAILROAD AND GENERAL NEWS. Sixth Year. Versailles, Mo., Friday Morning, Dec. 8. 1905. No. 49. OUR MOTTO IS VALUE.. r I xJy i Shoppers at Popper's. In all cases we will insist on giving our Friends and Cus tomers Value for their Money. And Right Now in Particular. Now is the time when you need winter supplies. Now is the time when we can save you 25 to yd per cent on all of your purchases. Without fail you ought to sec the special prices we are making on up-to-date Jackets. Our Ladies' Short Coats from $2.50 to $12.50 arc beyond the cheapest out. Our Ladies' Long Coats, when it conies to style, prices and quality, have no competition. (. See our Novelty Handkerchief Boxes for the Holidays. The Box and Handkerchiefs for one price. GENTS' FANCY SILK VESTS. Our stock is too large and we must unload, and now is the time as long as they last. $3.00 and $3.50 Silk Vests, sizes from 33 to 44, go at $2.00. White Pique wor...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 December 1905

ANNUAL MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT MATTERS IN NEED OF LEGISLA TION BROUGHT TO ATTEN TION OF CONORESS. RECOMMENDATIONS MADE ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS Increased Power for Interstate. Com merce Favored as Cure for Rail road Rebate Evil Insurance and Labor Questions. Waahlnu-ton, Dec 5 In til nnnual mes-age- lo coiikii s, the president hrlm) sev eral mutters to the attention of the nil--(Ion's lawimike-rs upon which, In Ills es timation, Iinl;:itloii Is necessary. Hi-com-trie-win Moris ate made for new Liven mid Jiilvlhcd In statutes already enacted, made iicce-Msary by chanced condllloiiK. The complete mish.iki' Is a document of nlrnost .lil.Ooo words, The only refeience made to tariff I c vision Is In the pnruKruph devoted to national le.erriuiH, where he declared that unless our expenditures can he kept 'Within the rc vmn-s, our revenue laws must lio leadjusted. What form this readjust nun I should take, If It is needed, he de clares It is as j t too early to say. Control of Corporations, The...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 December 1905

NEWS FROM M1SSOURL For Vlnlntln KUht-llonr Law. Miners In the employ o( the Miami tnlne, at Chltwood, near Jojjlln, canned the nrren of W. S. Thompson, the su perintendent, on n charge of compelling his miners to work more than eight hours per day. Tho mine owners, soon alter the governor directed thnt th eight-hour law should ho enforced, adopted a resolution to the effect that eight hours would constitute a day's work, hut If the miners cared to ttiej could work an extra hour and reeclvt tho pay they have been getting In the past. If they only worked eight hours they were to have their wages reduced When Attorney General Hadlcy was in Joplln he expressed the opinion that this was only an attempt to evade tfcc law and that It was the intention cf the law that a miner should not lit allowed to work mure than eight houn , Three Tlinnl.-HKivliiK I'm nlinm. Gov folk announced three Thanks riving pardons. One goes to Gcorgs Trainman, who went to the peniten tiary from St. Louis In July,...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Morgan County democrat. — 8 December 1905

'mgr- i i r Leads with the Largest StocK and Latest Styles in Seasonable FURNISHING GOODS both for Men. Women and Children. STYLISH SUITS AND OVERCOATS I'or Fall ana" Winter wear in the most handsome patterns and durable fabrics can be found at THE FAIR. Queen Quality Shoes. Not only do we claim for these garments guaranteed durability and perfect fit, but the values we offer cannot be duplicated. Style and Satisfaction. If you are looking for a stylish Suit or Overcoat that will give you satisfaction, come in and look through our splendid stock. Furnishing' Goods. In our Furnishing Goods Department we are mak ing a run on Misses' and Children's Union Suits and Ladies' Two-piece Suits Full line of Men's Heavy Underwear. J. A. PETTY & CO. EbBesBi bssssssssssssssssssbbbbbWw Sarata Claus at E. M. Duff's. Old Santa t , . . . , . "V -jf. It nnfitmir Mi 1.1 M1t? N J Jf . . "... ... line nig automol)ile, wlucn , he has just received from Tov Land. & He speeded through Ycr- sailles ...

Publication Title: Morgan County Democrat
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