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THE CMBITOll COU KEYTESVTLLE, - MISSOURI. Eatsrad at th pooffle at KytsviIl,Mo. as coad-dsss m&U matte . TriUj, Aif. Jl.lIM- Dr. H. D. Broaddus, DENTIST, KEYTESVILLE. - MO- GradaaU of Calveratty of Tewi-is. AH dental work doM by th Utast appro! aatswoda,atraoaablprteea. Oflcsnp stair ta Wlnfr bmOdla;. poaterac. Paper your bouse, and boy 'your wall paper at Gaston's, John Walksr, o! 8umner, If erect ing a new tore-room, at that place. Wall paper In all the lateet styles and neweet designs at Gaeton'f. Bring In three buehele of wheat and get the Cocwx for one year. Call at Mr. C P. Yandiver'e and eee those new style tailor. They are beaaUee. Take your prescriptions to Gaston, who has had twenty years experi ence in the drag business. A new supply ol ladies watches, especially suitable for teachers. Call and them. W. C. Oasto. WArrtn: A Rood 80-acre farm to rent for fire years. Beet of reference furnished. L. T. Uiixzb. Chranvllle, Mo. Salisbury Is to vote on a proposi tion to put In waterworks on Sept. 11th. Ths cost of the plant Is not to exceed f 15,000. Three residents of Sumner named Lee, Bryant and McCollum bad their bay burned la the bottom, north of Sumner, one day last week. It is not known bow the Are originated. An Infant daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. .Clark, Collins, of Sumner, fell from a wagon on Thursday of last week and broke one of her arms, be sides receiving a number of painful bruises. Dr. Prks's cream Baking Powder VerVTs Fair rUaaest Jlsasl aa dijiissb The smaller fry of Salisbury's and Keytesvllls's base ball nines bad a game, at Shannondale, on Thursday afternoon of last week. Our boys come home with their banner trail In the dust, baTing been defeated by a score of 17 to 11. Vatic at XMmortL I bar moved mj oEc from the Win! buUdiBC to th front room p Ulr ov Ajrv Br. croesry stor, wbr I bttr prepared thaa ever to erv thoas la nd of dentil work. 8Udtin your patronas. and o-tx "pJSnlly. Dr. B. D. Broaden. A concert was given at the city ball. In Brunswick, last night, ths proceeds of which were dedicated to the German Lutheran church In that place. The affair was a success in quality and quanity of music a well as door receipts. When you want the pure article, try Kel- incry'a -nnre. nana- made sonr-mash whis key. , The Sturgeon Leader epeake to the Dolnt as follows: It's all right for Bobt. Grates to preach if he wants tobut be ought to be tarred and feathered everytime he beate and mistreats bis wile. She Is a hard working old lady and deeerTes better treatment. Go to Han am an & Rick and call for their 1891 hand-made Bonr bon. You will find it matured well, palata tie and strictly pure. Mrs. S. J. Stowere, of two mlfcs eaet of Keytesville, is still on a pro tracted visit to ths dark and bloody ground the bome of Daniel Boone. Mr. Stowere great-grandmother was a sister of Daniel Boones, and was one of the women who carried water for the soldiers and her husband during ths siege, at Bryan StaUon. near Lexington. Call and Me those children's cape . ft m wr wv a . as un, t ir, i auaivers. L. IL Terrett and family, of three miles northwest of Keytesville, hare moved to Salisbury. Mrs. B. G. Beatler and children, Willi and Kate, and lira Wm. Knight and little tow. PasJ, drove don from Brunswick Ta day aad spent tb da with Mr. and Mr. B. Keeler. O. M. Binford came down from Kansas City last Friday to enjoy bis 27th birthday dinner with bome folks. George W. Thompson, W. W. Carothers and "Deck" Howard are all billed for new residences, at Sum ner, this fall. Mrs. 8. C Hodges, of this place, Is preparing to more to Marceline where shs will expects to conduct a boarding bouse. The dty council meets next Mon day night. Either ns" or the other fellow win be svorn in as mayor at that time, but we rather suspect it will be "us." Ths annual corference of ths M. E. Chuich, South, meets, at Carroll ton, next Wednesday, Sept. 5th. Quite a number from Keytesville expect to attend. Dr. II. D. Broadduj went up to Chilli co the last Thursday afternoon to eisit bome folks and take In the fair, lie returned to KeytesTille Monday morning. J. W. Lewis and Blair Miller, of Keytesville, in company with John D. Butler and A. D. Kellogg, of Sum ner, attended the Cbillicothe fair on Thursday of last week. Geo. W. Thompson, of the .well- known mercantile firm of Thompson, Carothers & Co., of Sumner, was In KeytesTille last Friday on business. George was looking well and Is as proud of hie shape as ever. Says the Norborne JeCenonian: Miss Mattle Teal, who has been visit- lag ber aunt, Mrs. Dare Woods, for ths past two weeks, was summoned bome last Saturday to attend ths funeral of a niece who died sudden- lj. E. If. Williams, editor of the Trip let t Bate, and Prof. 8. C.Matthswe, principal of the Triplett public school, bare formed a co-partnership and embarked In the real estate, loan and collecting business, at chat place. " Mrs. A. C Vanaiver Is In Mendon keeping bouse for her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Collins, who Is Tisitlng rela- tires m Shelby county In company with bsr father, Mr. A. C. Vandirer, and cousin, Miss Barbara Myers, the latter of near Mendon. When a man is confined In the calaboose, at Sumner, in case be doesn't like the surroundings he kicks out one end of the sin recep tacle and makes his escape to more congenial quarters. At leat that is what Joe Moore did on Wedneeday night of last week. Prof. Ham White, our omnirerous newspaper reader and best posted citixen in current news, reports that the present basy condition of the atmosphere Is caused by the im mense amount of powder that Is be ing burned in the big fight now on between China and Japan. Two or three parties are figuring on opening up the old KeytesTille bouse again, but none of them bare as yet closed a contract with the owner. W. E. Hyde. Wouldn't it be nearer the proper caper for Mr. Hyde to take unto himself a life com panlon and run the hotel himself? Miss Geor&ie North cott, an Inter estlne daughter of C. W. Nortbeott, editor of the Scmner Sfar.pleasantly entertained several of ber friends on Thursday eTenlng of last week in honor of ber 15th birthday. The pretty hostess was lavishly remem bered by those In attendance with a number of handsome presents. Mr. S. P. Ewiog, who left Keytes ville some four weeks ago for Mary's Home. Miller county. Mo., returned home last Friday,ths distillery there bating shut down. Since bis return Mr. Ewing has again been assigned to dutr. at Edgerton, Platte county, and left for that , place Wedneeday. Ths Coraxs follows him to his new location with Its best wishes, and will keep him posted on Charlton county happenings. . Mr. J. P. William, of 8t. Lonl. is visit log; ber danfsUr. Mrs. J. 8. Barker, of this place. Mrs. Alir Birdk. of Kanaaa City. U visit Inf th fami) of ber father. Henry Scar era. of Mar tJcribner acbool-bons. The first arrieal of fall and winter millienry has Just been received at Mrs. C. P. Yandiver's Mr. Jo ha McGreror. nee Mr. Richard Thrash, camadova from Uardia last Boa day sight for m two ' tUU to Keytas- Tiu mrac aa4 relatiTta. Miss Alica Hancock, of oaar KsytatTill. U kitiotT friend, at Black born. 8aiio coanty. i eartAia rm.l InnLnarr of thia bIam. look uM.m om warn to go uara too. It waa reported bar last Wednesday that tba Populkt had bought a controllinc Inter est in tbe Salisbury Vrmocnt, bat the re port has Bine proTtn to be a canard. IL E. Turner and children, of near arm strong;, Howard county, cam np last week for a visit to Mr. Tomer's brother. J. M. Tenter, of 3 1-3 mile north of KeyteerUle. Th KtyteayQle Dablie schools ooea next Monday. Let aU who can, start in at tit becinntniot tbe term with the determin ation to do good work throne boot the cnoxastw year. The ML Pleasant Baptist aasodstion Is la session, at Moberly, thie week, J. T. Cooky ana MaoameaUeorgs taapmaa and H. U Hodge are la attsadanc a delegates from the KsytssTill Baptist rharch. Mis Nina Backer went sp ta Carroll coon ty yesterday morning to spend a lew day Tisitlng her friend. Mis Maod Smith, of near Wakeada, and will also tak la the Carroll too fair for a daj or two. The Chariton Conntr Medical society waa in aeaalon. at Salisbury, yesterday. Dm. Martin, of Brunswick, Meaen. of Bbannon date. MeAdam. of Prairi Hill, and Epperlj, at BynomTlll, wer on the program for as says. Mrs. Wm. T. Coy, of tbe Hills neighborhood, fire miles south of KeytesTille, has instituted proceed infra against her husband for di vorce. Lrssley Bros.' "Jean Leaslcy." "Little Chap." and "Hanegan." Prank . Herring' "Jim Nichols and "Prank Herring." D. tt. Kellogg s "Bartender" and A.C PhUlipa a Bona "Bentley" r among tbe fharitoa county race bores at the Carrollton fair this week. Walter Kenton shipped two car oads of bogs and two of cattle, and A. F. Wood two car loads of cattle, one of hogs and one of sheep from Mendon to Chicago last Saturday. Dr. Dewey declare that there are time when whiskey Is a good thingt least for the doctor. Tbe doctor say a man got drank a few day ago, and paid him S2.50 he bad owed bim for three year. W wonder if John Barleycorn would hare tbe sam effect on delinquent subscribers? A. O. Shlsler, of 8 tan berry, has again returned to KeytesTille, and his smiling countenance may be seen behind the counter at the grocery tor? of his brother-in-law, 0. il Swain. . E. J. Jordan, a rlerer farmer living 1 14 mile west of Pe Dee. I digging a well on hie C its lee. WhU hi soa was banting rock t Tuesday with which to wall it, on of the hjbd wheel of tba wagoa broke down, and Mr. Jordan cam to Keytesrill last Tnesdsy to bars the necessary repair made, and while here he called snd mad "7 edi tor" smile a dollar' worth. Messrs. Wm. Ward, of near Men don. and P. M. Simpson, of Bruns wick, bars traded their well-known trotting stallion, "Ellington Boy." to L. C. Wells, of fire milee north west of KrytesTill, for bis fine Jack, Black 8ampson.M "Ellington Boj" has a record of 2:35, but it Is sjd can beat that lick several seconds. PrinciDal O. I Dines. ol onr public schools. spent tbe first of the week la Kansas City and luck mood, tie accompanied utu alias utr trod and Master Tyson Dine as far as Kan sas City on their return bom to Denver, and oo his wsr back stopped in Bkhmond for a abort visit to friends and relative. He wss accompanied bom from Richmond by his cousin, Bobt. A. 8evi?r, a promising young medical stadeat. who cam don to spend a lew day at to famon "cot -on lakes, bant tog ashing. The ffweat-caap meeting held at Weetville by Rev. A. M. Buchanan, of the U. P church. altsd rn tawty-ive proiessiana oi jaata aad several aeeaaaion to ta church. The earo miseeter is sow condacticg a meeting to Thoa. Mills1 pasture, lv anile north of hvwaviU.Ja tt tabernacls ta wMca D tots smlon of the hftcOee Presbytery m held. TlMb-tler4trbu saaataaBe snd rawefc interest 4 being smasulested ia th stsTrriccsi W ars Indebted to tw BDwtcwniaaa. TL Walter, lav a few bvaoaea of An ra Usthfoaday. Tbey wer a new variety aad nn tste larawat aad most aeuooasiy navor- d graaea w ever tasted that wer araaa a KiasoarL Th vine oa wbkb they grew wer setoot by Mr. Walter three years ago, andbav bean bearing or the past tw TMri. He did not remember the nam -of the variety, bat we are oral sure that Cali fornia never prod need a more palatabl variety of grape than tboe presented to tbe Corns bj air. waiter ias aionoaj. Tb Brvoawiekrr and several Republicans ths Brunswick Aews, tba only Republic of i.i In iK. in in ir thm Knn filw n county convention, held at Ksytesvill. on . ft .-v. J a. 1 . . A (. - A UK. .in. Jt CVUIW ii mm bvh oi uji n . ' K.K. U . I waa tarognisrd by hi party or not, still the a - K . IK. .i tm m tist fmra m Tm 1 1 ocratie standpoint, is Indeed beautiful. - Tbe more th Republican party organ la ignared k rwnliU.1 filth IT. mil ar will be th Democratic aaiority la this coaniy oa vi. w.n. . ' ,w Tbe special city election will be held here tomorrow for tbe purpose of electing a mayor to fill the vacan cy occasioned, by tbe resignation of Mayor Ford. There are two can didates, Mr. M. Q. tlolcomb- and nm Vnta fnr tha man nfvanr choice, and dont permit yourself to be bulldoted or browbeaten into staTing away from tbe polls. Do jour wnoi oury a a eiuxen ana rote for one candidate or the other. tleed not tbe man who says, "dant nf. It la nnlv n. anrohesLrt. and 'wants to inoculate yon with bis I festering pate. Weather-Crop Bulletin. Central Offlee, Colombia, JIs. Tbe mean temperature for the week ending Saturday, August 23tb wae about normal in the southern sections, but in the northern portion of the state there was a slight excess. The percentage of sunshine was slightly abort, the normal in tbe northwest section and below in tbe southeast section, but In tbe remain ing sections there was about the arerage amount. Copious rains feli in nearly all of tbe southwestern countiee and in portions oi Worth, Holt, DeKalb. Lincoln, St. Charles, Osage, Maries, Scott and Mississip pi countiee, and in many others principally in the central and south east sections there was sufficient rain to help late corn and reeive pastures. In nearly all of the north ern counties, however, the drouth still continues, and correspondents in Atchison and Gay counties, state that It is the most protracted droutn that has been known in those sec tions for many years. A large num ber of correspondents report that farmers are obliged to feed their stock, and in some localities stock has to be drlren long distances to water. In the central and southern por tions of tbe state the rains, together with the cool nights, hearier dews and higher percentage cf cloudiness hare been beneficial to ail fall crops and grasses, and in many counties ate corn and pasture are much im proved. In the central and northern sec tions quite a large percentage of the corn crop is being cut and shocked. but a considerable portion of tbe ate corn would still be greatly bene fitted by a good rain. In a few coun tiee corn hae been greatly damaged by chinch-bugs. Seed cloTer is being harrested and n the central and southern sections s generally reported a geod crop. Millet is being cut and in a few coun ties that crop has also been greatly damaged by chincb-bugs. Plowing for fall seeding is pro gressing well in those sections where good rains hare fallen, and in some countiee is about completed, but in other sections the work is being greatly retarded. Sorghum making is in progress in somaountles. - Caster beans are reported a good crop in Cedar county. Apples are still falling off. fined S25 aad Costs. John Audrrson, of Marceline, who nterfArred with Constable Frv. of Salt Creek township, while arresting a couple of quarrelsome negro wo men at a colored picnic, near Mike, on Saturday. August 18th, had his trial before .'San I re A. Jr. wood, at Mendon, last- Wednesday, and was fined $25 and cost. Anderson s attorneys were J. W. McFalL of Marceline. and U. A. Hnnt. of Mendon. L. N. DemDseT. of KeytesTille, appeared for the state. It is Drobable that Anderson will take an appeal to circuit court. The two negro women whom Fry arrested were both from Marceline, but after their arrest they succeeded in making their escape and hare not since been apprenended. vxn tabla Frv went to Marceline after them, but they could not be found. A 6 or 7-montbs-old bull calf be longing to Giles Rice, one mile east of town, while being pursued by a dog jumped into an open well at the residence of "Aunt Melia" Jones, col, in South KeytesTille.last Friday, night. The tall broke the animals back, producing death. The carcase waa removed from the well with much difioulty last Saturday morn ing. We are rieaeed to learn that Mrs. C. -C Courtney. oC three mitea north of KeyteavUla, who baa beea under trestmeat at in aap tint sanitarium, in 8t. Louis, sine July 23d. ha Improved greatly and at now abl t walk about th building. Before going t dt. Louis for treatment kfrs. . Courtney had not walked a step for several montns, Her improved condition is very gratifying t Mrs, Oeorg Chapman and other noble and aenerou Kcr tee fills citixen who contribut ed of their means to seud tba afflicted lady to th th sanitarium. AU hop that a corn Diets cur of her bodily ailments may be ac complished, and should more money be re quired those" who ran should contribute as liberally a noasibl. laakit Dinatr.. .We are requested to 'announce tbet there will be basket dinner and all day meetisgat Centenary Chapel, five miles northwest of KeytesTille, next Sunday, Sept. 2nd. at which time Her. J. B. Riee will hold hte last er .Tices on KeytesriUe circuit for tbe (.resent conference year. AU are In vited to attend. lad Trent JalL Dr. J. L. Usler. tU WUn drojrgist, nrfco ka beo la tbe coantv JsU sine if ay 1st. aervinff ot tare Una of $40, ear k. and rost tor ellinic ikiaor withont license, was rrieassd froai Jail last Uondsj, and returned bom tb same day. G0 T0 FOR YOHR SCHOOL? Go to Sneed's for your school books, slates, pencils, pens, tablets, school bags, straps, erasers, etc. SCHOOL BOOKS .SPOT CASH. . Spice Cabinet, Filled, Gven away with Ten es. H.ach purchase oi 25 cents worth of spices entitles you to a chance. The cabinet alone is worth 2. EtfenTScKool Child Making any purchase of us should bring this "ad." and get a rubber-tipped le ad pencil ' FREE. Sieefl Hi k Gm Cipi KEYTESVII2I2E, MISSOURI We trust it is with pardonable pride that we clip tbe following from last wpek'i Marceline Mirror. R. C. Ford. Key tesTille'a mayor, has re signed, haying decided, to locate ir t Forsy the, Taney county, and er j. gage in tbe practice of law. At a meeting of tbe city council last wtet a special election was ordered A, ror Saturday, September 1st, to 'Vcta mayor. Republican and Den- jrjrtratic city conventions were held I Ater and C. P.Vandlrer.editorof tbe Cdctmkb, for the Democrats, and M.. q. Hoi comb.for the Republican- jrere nom inated for tbe racant r jrjeation. We predlct that C. P. will -get there" by a large'majority, as rtrtore hv a habit of never gettir aTJ- fie will make Keytesv en4 cm excellent presiding officer. fiwrc to ISayor Vandiver. The Republic ATrS'dt'Ohariton, Car roll, Linn and . liTingnton covaties boTe begun t- i errange for a .ptcaie. at Lakewoor, swar 'fismner, .about the middle ol September. - The t?am ner Start w'thej-wil! try to haT a bigger c rowl, .-make more oofs and have i aore fan than the recent Democratic picnic, at Lakewood.' But how can a corpse "have a rod time, Brother NorthewttT Haven't you bea'fd tbart the Republican party- is dead? Mr. n. Crawford, of Christian county, IIL, says tbe Triplett B&Jtno, last week purchased from P. McAfis ter 100 acres -of fine land, aleo from Mrs. Maggie Fleetwood1 80 acnes, making in all 180 acres ef the best land in this part of the state. Several other parties have beea here in the past few days from the mem community to parshase farms and locate here. The editor of the Triplett Bazoo intimates tbat be is now editing the Datoo with a elx-tbooter. So it would seem that psper Is rn embryo Arizona Kicker, and promises to be a bowling success, as tbe editor speaks of a certain individual in bi last issue as a "Jackass, a brlly and a fool." We shall expect to hear of a tragedy, at Triplett, in the early hence. BOSKS. inks, paper, envelopes. Dollars' worth of Spic rVby pay railroad fare and high llf Inn e nnt nf vli. nnnnf 4a ake a business or penmanship course wnen yon can get the same or . a better course in tbe Brunswick High School for one-fourth tbe cost?. Tui- tion, instead of being f 10 per month, as it generally in for a business course, is only $2.25. Mr. H. E. Byrne will hare charge nf this de partment. He is not only an exper f a a. i m m i i a. leuceu isacuer oi uoojt-awjJin, not is an experienced book-keeper as well, uuu nn n vuiutu ub is up nuo mo J X. . f UV Al . times. Since graduating in the pen manship department of -the Cbillico- th. nrkvmaf wa ha. tap nn 1 naann . f. , w two of America's best penman, and nplA(fp1 anhlftcfc wirh rn Arlrprl arnrs-v Gar I fnm tVtm .atol nmft jost issued by the Brunswick board .. of education. , SIXTHS. Wan. Kroaw, KevtesvSD' artistic pkoto-I rnber, is taking; pktnres npsids dowa tkla . week on account of tb arrival of a fin boy at be b6nse last Monday. j C. L. White, of tbi tlae. i strain poettC wp-aa tb prie of parejforie and "sich" mm ais food wil presented bim with a danitar' last 8undv nigkt. ''''-$ Me. and Mrs. Tbo. Vandenberg-, of ftteytea wSle, ar tb proud parents of s bras aw arblch pnt la bis appearance last Tos 4lajrnornin2. lie 17 Kendrick. of Mendon, is said to ba tb "rinnlest" man in ( baritoa eonnty thi week, and can scarcely contain himaelf. I If a 9 1-3 ponnd boy, and. van bojrn last xnamf Bigot. , SXsziean VtUnnr a - mw.vw.UVJI ... Tbe aapaal meeting o? tbe Miasonri Mef lean &eratia' association whioh ZL- hav beea held, at Marshall. Saline eounfrr' aoms tuns this month, bnt waa abandoned!, has been aaeonsidered and will be held at tlx A trruA Mm. la - v - . ' tnrdy old eldier aad patriot know how t hav. isjlr eie will be delivered on the occasion bv Dr. W. H. Rbirir i i v-Tr Four old Mexican veterans reside in-av-wvilifTiC -Cnd Hack" Hawkins, Xjm Mehota. John Gaston and Capt B. Ml 8co ts Utter beinr ehalratan nf iv- ocP eammittee of th aasoefatioa. ilosensteln, of Brunswick, will saw) yoa money, for cash, on dry gooda, clothing, gente and ladies' farnifc ing goods, boots and shoes, Dotfoca, etc , , : Don't, forget that Roeensteis, of Brunswick, has the largest line of carpets in Chariton county.