Newspaper Page Text
ft .1 n a r u mi 3C! EI a WEST KLYTIf STREET, (NEAR JUNCTION.) KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI. Regular graduat eutnorUa! by tha tat, and concd dto b th lead Ins and moat auc caafwl Specialist In BLOOO. NCRV OUS and URINARY DISEASES. Nervous Debility WTtb ka Uay Qiotay Sjrmptomm CmraT. Lost Vitality Syphilis OuiktrlMo WtatMttwr Urinary Diseases " QmlcMJr RUT94 mm Thmgktr Cant Why ; uImhci buaurta. What a prosperous world this woold be, rtm ari a an exchange, if young men would apply their wits as Industriously to affairs of busi ness as they do io emergencies where the fair sex is concerned! This thought was uprted bj tha story ofayouog insurance roan who who went oat for a moonlight drive, one ermine recently. At his tide io the conveyance waa a handsome jonnij woman. They drove through the western pnrt of the city, and con cluded to jjo through the beautiful avrnuea of Western park. But when they reached the gate the guard flopped them with tLe command that they rnuet star out or huve lights in the lamps on their convey ance, inert; was do store near, and tbey were about to give up the idea of a delightful drive under the shady trees when io otter desperation the Dr. XL J. Wfclttler Invar iably succesafal? Because ho BmmmMVm BV UH U ' . A 1 tfalflU. AvoldelapJoaDKII,',n urPW onn a biik unuu- cwve aflt aadanrtniert parvtctani. aadconmlt I kercb'- f i i -! if WWulcr 1a peraoa or by letter (gtvizg vymytami) sod raceira the candid opinion of a "fcysJclaa of kaa aapeilw, uMtW tad slitta latgr1ty. XCXSrKS from oar on laboratory lur- at assail sort aad ahlpped aaywheri i nam ataterwattoo. TXJ1TS122T Mrr aant CO. XX. HiEE ip and lit on end. afUr i'ntM.. m the lamp. The guard di: i 1'i'ii-e the trick, and tbey p i through the gate. The handLvrtiiiot quickly burned out, leaving them Io the dark and in the park. COflSULTATIOM. URINARY ANALYSIS. OOoaboma I to 4 sad T tot. andy 19 to r. Jftil l5Tw naJUk mmd !TaiiergicU- Call or address to atrlct confidence DR. H. J. VHITTIER, SO Waat Mlntn Straat. Kansas City, Mo. forgot Ear Baby. A woman, evidently absorbed In her Christmas shopping, boarded a Colfax avenue car at. Vine street. Denver, the day before Christmas. She left at California, and a few mo ments later, in passing though the car the conductor was nearly paral yzed with astonishment to note that she had left her baby. The car was immediately stopped and Conductor Cain and Motorman Levick held a consultation. The little one Deemed delighted, and held out its tiny arms to the men, either of whom would like to have kept it, had circum stances permitted them to, und fin ally they decided to turn it over to the company ns lost property. The car was started, the baby in the meantime emiling cvntentedly at the conductor, who watched It with a fatherly care. The conductor was carrying the child into the central office of the company after the car had stopped, when a boy, out of breath, .putting and blowing, came running op with: "Gimme de kid. Lady forgot it an gimme a dime to chase it op. Gimme de kid an I'll take it to its maw." Thi 'kid" was passed over. That bread should be broken into nr n t f t I ul 0-.BK,ffl u;0ykUra. ohb( t t instead of rrw-ju . ia- iruui coacrniog from he end calamity bowlers, who are to be I fnnnrf in ...ry mmnnU,. Whii. That It is bad form to make a bib ws are talking about the farmer let of Jour napkin xir see to some who are not down trodden, says a correspondent. Io one of the North Dakota connties is a small town. In the bank of which 33 farmers have over $180,000 on deposit. Did these farmer make their money by gadding about the country Io attendance upon meet ings and discussing theorize that they have no knowledge of? No, they paid for their farms and made I their surplus money by doing what practicallr, every farmer can do xnere are exceptions to all rules, but generally speaking this is true. There is not much shiftless manage ment a rooog th farmers, it is true. Business men In every locality know A Quarter Century Teaf. ftti a a m t I inai ai a iormai oinner one For a quarter of a centurr Dr. should never take a second help- King's New Discovery has been test- ,0eT led. and the millions who have re- Tbat yon should dip the spoon Iceived benefit from its use testify to from too in your soup plate, and I its wonderful curative powers in all should drink the soup from the side! diseases of throat, chest and lungs. A remedy that bas stood the test so W.D. YAUM, THE BIG HMDWARE IA1I ssouri, Of ISeytcstfillc, Respectfully calls your attention to the fact that he has just received a lmer line of Superior & Garland cooking stoves than ever before. t loop and that has given so universal satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief, or the money will be re funded. It is admitted to be the convenient morsels as needed, never most reliable for coughs and colds. bitten off. That warm bread should be pulled apart, not cut. ' That fish should be eaten with a fork and the aid of a bite ot bivad. That spoons are used as little as possible, and never with vegeta- Trial bottles free at W. C. Gaston's drug store. Large size 50c and $1 at W. C. Gastou's. Repairing of all kinds promptly and neatly executed bv tent, practical workman. Respectfully, W. D. VATJGHAN, Keytesville, Mo. lieoa IMtle atant Plll. Tha moat complete and effectual pill on the market. Guaranteed to rare Constipatuon and lieadach. Call on jour popular drugr- giat, II. L. Sneed. He alwara keepa them. That your knif and folk should fx laid parallel with each oth-r ob liquely acrosM the plate when the meal or couree is finished. Flirting may seem to the giddy and thoughtless girl to be wonder fully amusing, and sh may get an idea that sbe Is quite faecinating.but it is a most degrading thin and ebould be frowned upon by every Mexican Mustang Liniment for That in case of an accident it is sufficient to express tout reirret at it is true. And the more ebiftless man i the more downtrodden he apt to be. a I th time, and apologize iatrtotbe Is I hostess. That it is jost as easy to say pleas r.nr thinic hh to croak. That if yon wish to keep your friends you must be bright and cheerful. All XT stubborn sod aggravating cases of ihenmatism that were te Ucved to b incurable and arceptii 9M lift lgacie, hnv yields to Cbamberlain's Pain lialoi, much to ths sorprisa and gratification of the I not necessary to inform evry one o! sHerers. Una application will re I the fact. That if yon are not quite well it is I sale by (J. W. Gaston. young lady who has an ambition to become a worty and charming wo-1 3fjrflSt Caked & Inflamed Udders. There is good reason for the pop-l pilgs nlxritv nf rhamhvrUln'a fTnnrrh I - J - I rt . . . Hemedy. Davis & Uurard, of West KneumatlC PaillS, Monterey, aarion county. Pa., says: Bruises and 5trains9 "It bas cured people that our phyei-j --j . 0 cians could do nothing for. We per- suaded them to try a bottle of Inflammations. Chamberlain s Cough Remedy, and I cute tbev now recommend it with the rest I I mr - ... of us." 25 and CO cent bottles for Harness X saddle Sor&S. r TftUSTEE'S SALE BY SHERIFF. Whereas, John W Y. lteapan and Mendall F. Keshan, of Haliaburj. tbariton county, atato of Missouri, by their deed of I mat made on tha 1st day of July. 1892 nnd recorded in the recorder's office of Chariton county. Missouri, in book 5, at page 594, and following, coayeyed to the St. Louie Truet company, as trustee, the follow ing described real estate situated in the city ot Salisbury, state of Missouri, known and described as follows, to-wit : Lota. eight (8) and nine 19) in block No. one (1), in Baker's Broadway addition to the said city of Salisbury, as shown by the recorded plat on the records ot said county ui vuaruon, JJO. And, whereas, the said conveyance was inaue in iruei io secure tne payment of a cer tain note in said deed of trust described and the performance of certain covenants therein aet out, and default haa been made in the payment of aaid note and the performance of asia corenauia ; And. whereas, the St. Louis Trust comp any, named as trustee in said conveyance, has declined to act in accordance with the terms of said deed of trnst, the undersigned. Sheriff of the county of Chariton, thereupon became successor to the said trnst witn all the powers of the original trustee. Now, therefore, the undersigned, at the ro- 3 nest of the legal holder of said note and eed of trnst. will, on I Saturday, the 12th day of January, 18'Jo, G-o to Hosenstein, at Brunswick, for all the novelties in ladies' dress goods and wraps. TRUSTEE'S SALE BY SHFRIFF Whereas, J. H. 8teinbeck. single and un married, of Mendon, Chariton county, state of Missoun.by his deed of trust made on the I- uaj oi oepremoer, 1892, and recorded in the recorder's office of Chariton county. Missouri, in book 8, at page 57, and follow ing, conveyed to the 8t. Louis Trust comp any, as trustee, the following described real estate situated in town of Mendon, state of Missouri, known and described as follows, to-wit : . . . Lot No. three (3), in block No. nine (9), in the town of Mendon, situated on the south west quarter (sw 1-4) section No. ten 110) to!h,P- flftJ-fl (55). range No. twenty (20), in Chariton county, Missouri. And, whereas, the said conveyance woa made in trnst to secure the payment of a certain note in said d.-d of trnst described and the performance of certain covenants therein set out, and default haa been made in the payment of aaid note and tha norforn.. ance of said covenants; " And, whereas, the St. Louis Trust comp ny, named aa trustee In uM declined to act in accords ace with t.h tlrmm - of said deed of trnst, the undersigned, sher- betwsen the hours of nine f9) a. m I conny oi cnariton, thereupon be- and Ave (5) p. m.. of that day. at thi i "uf??r lAne. d trn8t witn front door of tha m.rt.hnn in krfrill, i F"" " lu? original WUSiee. Hard to Please. Sciatica, Lumbago, county ot Chariton, state of Missouri, pro- wea io sen me property Hereinbefore d scnue.1 at public vendue to the h sheet bid aer lor casn, lor tne purposes of said trust. JAMES fc.. DEMPSKT, Sheriff of Chariton County, Mo. Csre the pain and suffering and its eoatinoed ore Insure an f fleet oal core. For sale br CAW. Gaston. Jcrr why tha chrysanthemum is the brblooat le flower I. ditUcult to learn. Peonies and poppi are just svs pretty. Dat both are unpopular. Alorsrof flowcm nave the chrvsan- Tbat It is as easy to be boprfn) and eo ly life an to consider every- thlnjr tiresome. That if you show a dislike for chil dren yor are Dot the ntIewoman you think yourself. That if yon devote Lalf an hour daily to re.il etudr vou will be a well-inforroed woman before many "A fjold '.-oliar button." -Well, isn't he eati-fledr "No! Now be wants a shirt!" It May Do Am JHuc For You. thesQom owe its popularity partly to ita showy appearance and partly I years hare passed. to its vitality, which preserves It, ith a little care, for several weeks. Tbe Missouri atata board ot ajjrl 'What did tbe editor get for bis Scalds tJiisiers, Insect Bites, All Cattle Ailments, AH Horse Ailments, Mr. Fred Miller, of lrviu, HU All SheeD Ailments. , . . . . . ... I ' writes mat ne nua a etverecianey trouble for many years, with severe pains in hie back, and also that bis bladder was affected, lie tried many so-called kidney cures, but without any good result-. About a year ago Aaother lady says that they are ctilture gives the following recapitu- prttty and mily cultivated, being Nation of cropi for tbe year 1804; be began the nse of Electric Bitters enmpt from the attacs of insects We have this seavon, notwitb-land found relief at once. Electric from disease whii- the tose and I standing the preval-nct of an uupre-l Bitters is especially adapted to the cedentd drouth, produced 23,000,- cure of all kidney and liver troubles, 000 biehels of wheat ot a very acd often civee almost instant relief. Crraniom are difficult ro irrow. Host likely it is a whim idlashion. suftd though the rose, the violet nud tbe geranium may b for a time sup planted by their andy rival, the OMBory o! their fragrance and beau tjwtfl speedily restore them to fa-ror. w When you want the jz logg's tpure, hand made sour-mash whis key. To ptewrve poets. Thr following bas been coinjr the rounds, and is probably n good one; Take boiled linked oil and stir In it pulverized dmrcoal to tb confstrncy of phint. Prt n coat of this over the timber, asd there is not a man that will live to see it rotten. Here are, some sore suggestion in preserving posts: 1'osts subjected to the action of water are variously treated. (VMdtlmM the? ends to be nlaced in jl tit ground are dipped in gas tar; 4 sxxBetimcs the? are penneatetl with .. . . . I COal OU. A mixiurr ui iunv parts cIaIL. firtf parts resin, and four partn linseed oil, ratlted and thor osgtly incorporatf.d, with one part esTph uric acid added, is rrcoamend- Cledfor this purpose by German ecien-Stirts. superior quality, 140,227,000 bush els of corn, 28,000,000 bushels of oats, 3.1o8,000 tons of bay, 7.000.- 000 pounds cf tobacco, 0,41)0,000 buhels of potatoes; and while we are unable to give tbe average ot cotton, tbe yield was fair and the quality superior. Our live stock goes into winter io good condition. We have an abundance of fed for our own stock, in some localities good pasturage, but a large portion of the state is scarce of stock water. We have supplied tbreo millions of Missoorians with an abundance of bread of beet and pork products, dairy, products, poultry products, fruits and vegetables, and shipped from tbe state last year for the con. sumption ot others $31,250,000 worth ot cattfo, $20,000,000 worth of hogs. $4,000,000 worth of horse, $1,000,000 worth of sheep, $3,000, 000 worth of poultry products, $1,000,000 worth of wool and $1, 000.000 worth ot dairy products. HacuiiATinit Clred in a Day. "Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia, radically cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarkabeand mysterious. It re moves at once tbe cause and the diseaea immediately disappears' Tbe first does greatly benefits. 7.cts. ld by J. A. Egan, druggist, Keytesville. -I One trial will provw our statement. I'rice only fjOc for large bottle. At W. C. Gaston's drug store. Penetrates Muscle, Membrane and Tissue Quickly to the Very- Seat of Pain and Ousts it in a Jiffy. Rub In Vigorously. Mustang Liniment conquers Pain, Makes fUn or Beast well jgli. A fast live stock train is to be pat on between Kansas City and the City of Mexico. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY of I if f m . . w " execution isf uea irom tne opJce of the clerk oi circuit court ot Charitnn county, Ifieeouri returnable at tbe Januarr term. 1895. nf aaid court, and to me directed, in favor of Tbe People's bank, of Salisbury, and against oaraa e iaira.i nave levied upon and seized all the right, title, intereet and clnim of the aid 8a rah E. Laird, of. in and to the follow inr deecribed real eaUte. to-wit: 80 acres of the west half (1-2) of the south. west quarter fi-f): also 40 acre, the nortneaet quarter (1-41 of tbe southwest quarter (1-4) of section thirty-four (34), townaoip nity-eix i.roj, range eighteen (18), l all lying and being in tbe aaid countv. and -' i , ' f ... mif oi Miaeoun, ana 1 win, on Saturday, th 19tb dny of January, A. v., 1BU5, Between tbe hours of nine o'clock in tha fore. noon and five o'clock in tbe afternoon of ! that day. at the frontdoor of the court house, in the city of 8aheburr. countv of Chariton aloreaaid, aeli the same, or so much thereof aa may be required, at public vendue, to the higheet bidder, for cash in band lanh. ect to all prior liens and Judgments), to sat- imjj aaia execution ana costs. JAMES C. DEMPflEY. Sheriff of Chariton County, liiasouri. Cabltox Con.NWKLL, foremao of tbe Gazette, Middletowo, N. J., be licre that Chamberlain's Cough Pumtilr alifinlrl ln f n Avarv finma Ue used it for a cold and it effected Sore EYCS, Weak EyeSg a speedy cure. lie says: "It is in deed a tfraLd remedy I can recom mend it to all. I bare a!no seen it used lor whoOping couh, with tbe bst results." 25 and GO cent bottles for Half by W. C. Gaston. Good farm tor Bent. The A. V. Salisbury farm of 182 acres is for rnt. It is locate one. half mile northwest of EcftJnd Dtte two pood houses, fjr ' QO(1 i,nrn(t and plenty ot This Is one f Chariton ccyT, uu to regt a Yajuaiji pjce of prop erty sh 1 1 , j , mattpr. an - i jitr, Ail ui-w itiuu. the best farms in "antv, and anvooe tlesir- se tit rent for a term oi three years if c jZnrcd well. Enquire of Steve Crakfokd, Bynumville, Mo. SAlso STYES, TU3I0RS, GliAXU- ( T.ATTOKS. IT.ri!7?lTIO- ( ( fEKMAKESTLY CUBED HZ (, ) PIT lOnVPAMIO . it. UHs U0i0Uli O (4 INDIAN EYE SALVS.T Quick relief to tha oflicUd. r A safe, ure and pleaaaat rrtndy. Wal: C ' lea tftreitTtlieiMHl. I'nilinc Mrht HnlAfMl. t (C Z BaJZU2dl VWJi'at.d or Salt Sheun d ALL DP.UGGISrS SlU. IT AT 25 U.ST5. ,m ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE- NOTICE ia hereby given that letters of ad ministration on the estate of Daniel J. llaye.derefted, have been granted bv me the rrobate court of Chariton county, bearing date December 13th, 1894. All persona hnv ing claims against said estate are required to exhioit them for allowanra within one rear from tbe date ot aaid letters, or they may be precluded from having any benefits of said estate, and if such claims are not presented within two years they shall be for ever barred. L D. Apples ate. Administrator. AN ORDINANCE Relating to the 8ale of Cigarettes. Etc. BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Alder. men of tbe city of Keytesville, as fo'.Iows: That section twelve of ordinAnr iiTfaon be amended by inserting after the tenth -mrA in tbe second line of said section the follow ing words: "Or who shall sell cigarettes," so that the whole section, when amended, shall read as follows: Every person or co-nart- I nerehip nf persons who shall engage in tbe business of slaughtering bogs, cattle or sheep, or who shall sell cigarettes within the city limit shall be fined not lees than five nor more than one hundred dollars for rrr such offense Itead the third time knd nnjied N'nnmtwr 3th, 1894. u. T. Vasdiveb. ifTor Attest J. A. Collet. Clerk. Notice of Administration by Sur viving fanners. Creditors and all other interested in th late firm of Owen A. Court dpt. recentJv lia solved fy the death of t nawell Courtney, are nereoy nounea mat letters of adminstration upon said partnership estate, bearing date Nov. 3rd, 1494, have been granted by tbe Probate court, of Tbariton county, Mo., to tbe undersigned aa enrviviog partners of said firm. All persona having demands against said firm are required to present the same for allowance within one year from tbe publication of this notice or the same will be barred. A. F. Owe jr. M. F. 'OCBTXET, Surviving partners of the firm of Owen &. Coarteey. Keytesville, Mo.. Nov. 2Cth, 1894. Now, therefore, the undersigned, at thai quest of the legal holder of said note and deed of trust, will, on Saturday, tbe 12th day of January. 189. between the hours of nine (9) a. m. and five (5) p. m., of that day, at the front door of the court-house in Keytesville, county of Chariton and state of Uissouri, proceed to sell the property hereinbefore described at public vendue, to tbe highest bidder for cash, for the purposes of said trust. ' James E. Dempst, Sheriff of Cbaritoa County .State of Missouri. TRUSTEE'S SALE BY SHERIFF. Whereas. W. Q. Ilerndon and Minnie E Herndon. his wife.of Mendon. Chariton conn. ty, state of Missouri, bv their deed of trnst made on the 15th day ot April. 189S. and recorded in the recorder's office of Chariton county Missouri, in book 8 at page 326 and following, conveyed to the St. Louis Trust company, as trustee, the following deecribed real estate situated in the city of Mendon. state ot Missouri, known and deecribed aa follows, to-wit: Alt of lot No. twelve (12). in block No. taelve (12). in the town of Mendon. Chariton county, Missouri, said lot being situated on. the southwest quarter (sw 1-4) ofsection No. ten (10). township No. fifty-five (55), range twenty (20). And, whereas, tbe said conveyance wast made in trust xo secure tbe payment of certain note is said deed ' of trust described and the performance of certain correnanta thereto set oat, and default has been made in the payment of said note and the perform ance of said covenants: " And, whereas, the St. Louis Trust com- pany, named as trustee in said conveyance. haa declined to act in accordance with tha terms of said deed of trust, the undersigned. sheriff of the county of Chariton thereupon became successor to the said trust with all the powers of tbe original trustee. Now, therefore, the undersigned, at the re quest of the legal holder of said note and deed of trust will, on Saturday the 12th day of January, 1895, between the hours of nine (9) a. m., and five (5) p. m., of that day at the front door of the court-bouse in Keytesville countv of Chariton and state of Missouri, proceed to sen tne property hereinbefore dssended nt public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, for the purposes of said truet. James E. Dempset. Sheriff of Chariton County Mo- - '"ss sa ta niV" FEKT PEFFctVS MERVIS03 DIIV !. ecJs TvtTTfully and qntekly. Cores when all fihks9 ail. YotiRfftneii regain lost mnhood;ol4 luvn rwvGvjoutnful vlaor. .Absolutory Gmr .ato-"J -o cnreKrrrauM, IoC 1 1tatitty tmoleitcT, lchtly:nlMlBa, L( Powers eift-r fex, Falling; Sleawiry, Vtln Xl iar, oi.icui fect ot self abut mr exeeat mi i Ur:rr::M. Ward off Insanity and consumption. to.i ii't'irnTlsfatrjpoae wortblPsubtltiiteoo) . rou !--'.! ' iv y-lnn rrtr front. Inaiatonbav- i'f:i yu3' AERVICOR, orwml for 1U wrap. IT Addra CO IU D-cuneaia vest poofcqj. rrepajd, plain rr- oc.x, or lor a wun a ri VVrlttcn t.at unlretal'nre arBtrnd ZfS:Vr7- tP .llftfrw. Sold by drnpirlPta. r . rr si-' - : v ,'mtt'y m Sold by W p OsstPU.