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THE CHARITON COUBIEB.
a P.VAXDrTOB,.Xd.fta4Prop. KEYTESVTLLE, - MISS 0 URL Catered at the post-offle at KeTtasTlIle.Mo aaseeoad-dass ms.ll matte. TriUy, X7 24. 1193. Wneo yoa want tne best, yon should smoke Klingbeil's La Take or Monogram cigars. A. F. Toolev and C. B. Crawler spent Sunday with the family of U. v. . w I . xi. units, near urunswics;. ilrs. Frank Grace of three miles east of town presented bsr liege lord with a floe boj last Friday night. Bobber hose, belting, steam fit tings and pumps of all kinds at Geo. Herman, Salisbury, Mo. Coin's financial series for sale at Crawley's book and news depot. Fost-offlce. M. II. Holcomb, jr., has been in stalled as nfght operator at the junction of the Wabash and Rock Is land railroads at Gallatin, Mo. Id caee the eta'e Democratic cen j iral committee refuses to call a state contention, there is a plan on loot to call it through a majority of the chairmen of the county central com mltteemen. An exchange rises to remark that the grocery store loafer is a nui sance, and the remark would have ben equally as true if the grocery store title had been left off. A loaf er is a loafer and the word nuisance properly attaches wherever he may choose to display himself. Time, uj the business men of tb ecrantrj. art Improviog;, thanks to the Democratic tariff law. Business on man j lines is brisk 'and there to a general looking ep over the country. The price of nearly all com modi tie and farm product baa aaaaed except bog. They bar dedlned ol late. Factory hands are being paid bettor wagta through voluntary action of their ecaplojera. T Tie Cheapest is the kind that gives the best satisfaction. The cheapest cofTee isthe kind that is purest. The cheap est coffee is the kind that will not not make dyspep tics of those who drink it. The cheapest coffee is Blan lie's roasted coffee. The price paid for anything is - not the only thing that makes it cheap. Yoa can .not tell how cheap an arti cle really is until you see the results. Blanke's roasted coffee is the cheapest simply be cause it's the best the very best that money can b ay. Three pounds for $ 1 . It would be cheap at $1 a pound. Tie Cleanest Grocery in Keytesville is my gro cery. I'm a cheap grocer because my patrons have the satisfaction of knowing that they get their money's worth both in quality and results. Still there are other grocers whose prices sezi to be lower than mine. I sell the LaTake cigar for 5 cents". It's first-rate, tip-top, fragrant. Clean Grocer, . KEYTES7ILLE. MO. Coffee 5. 1. M, Editor Singleton of the Sifnal had "neuralgia" the latter part of last week, bat is better now. A man from Brook field went to Sumner and got loud, and was lock ed up to get quiet. Strub Bros, of Brunswick are p paring to build an addition to their large double store-room. The Sneed Drug Co. are fixing up for summer drinks and ice-cream. When wanting a cool draught call on them. Georgo Uecbler, a clever German farmer of near Dalton, is getting ready to build a fine residence on his landed estate. We were favored with another fair ly good rain last Sunday afternoon and Sunday night, but It was noth ing like what was needed. Mr. and llrs. J. W. Lewis and ba by girl have set up to house-keeping In Mrs. Q. M. Dewey, jr.', residence property, one block south of ye edi tor's domicile. The 8umner Star skins the canine race In this fashion, There Is no good dog but a silent one, and Tery few ercn of the silent are admirable. A dead doe Is pretty good when he In buried. ' The Brunswick fire laddies are said to present qulto a commanding ap pearance in thier new uniforms, and now dare a break out. There are eighteen uniforms which coneistotlS leather caps and 18 rubber coats. Miss Zettie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Martin, and one of Key tesville's most fascinating young ladies, went over to Sweet Springe last Monday to visit relatives and friends and will remain several weeks. The Brnnswicler tells of a young lady in that city, both beaotilul and fascinating,who always takes off her watch and lays it on the bureau when her lover calls. She says she has bad four crystals broken in four weeks and she intends to avoid that expense Jn the future.' The suit of Emma 'A. Maddox of Missouri township against Felix N. Langer, the Bockford merchant, for rent on farm lands amounting to $128, came up in 'Squire U.A.Wheel er's court at Keytesville last Satur day, and resulted in a verdict for me. plaintiff for the sum of $115. Next Thursday is memorial day. Would it not be well to observe it in Keyteeville by cutting the sprouts out of the City cemetery? Let our people turn out en masse and help in this good cause, and contribute what ever they can in other ways, toward beautifying our little city's burying grounds. . The Sumner roller mills having been shut down on account of a lack of funds on the part of the estate of the late owner, John Graham, de ceased, to run them at a profit, the Sumner Star thinks the business men of that village ought to use their best efforts to get some one to buy the mills and start them up again. An editor who was takea out driv ing recently was much pleased with the surrounding country, and re pressed his Intention of buying some of it when all of hie delinquent sub subscribers paid-up. Deluded mor tal! lie seems not to koow that In this he cherishes a vain hope, fosters a forlorn fancy and is chasing a rainbow. Delinquent subscribers are not built that way. A local board of the National Guarantee Savings and Building as sociation of St. Louis has been or ganized at Dalton with Bodolph Wessner as president; W. Welnsvslg, vice-president; C. F. Munson, secre tary, and 11. O. Fisher, treasurer. The above named officers, in con nection with Dr. B. Hughes, Fred Boebkin and Mrs. Dr. Moorman, compose the board of directors. J. L. Brown, who has recently as sumed management of the Hale City Times, spent Sunday with his family and other relatives near Keytekville. Mr. Brown will, move bis wife and children tn Hale City in about three week.' By the way, J. L. has greatly improved that paper since taking charge of It, and in view of this fact the citizens of Hals should rally 'round the Times and assist In making it a success financi ally, as well as otherwise. 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"Uncle Jack" Doughty, mine host of the PeeDee hotel, dropped in Fri day for what he .termed "a friendly quarrel." lie got it, as we are al ways pleased to accommodate our friends. Messrs. .W. H. Owen of Glasgow and Hugh Carter of Texas, accom panied by Misses Lalla Cockerill and Ethyl Digges, two of Glasgow's fair daughters, were guests of Mr. Owen's sister, Mes Mattie, last Sunday. Frank W. Hill, son of Wm E. Hill, of Keytesville recently made his de feat on the strfge In New York City as an actor, with success. Missouri can furnish every thingneeded.ttateemen, ministers, educators and actors. Missouri is agreat state. Brookfiekl Gazette. Quite an interesting Sunday-school teachers' meeting Ij bing held each Thursday night at the Presbyterian church in Keytesville. It is not in tended for teachers alone, but for everyono who wants to study the Bi ble and gather inspiration from its teachings. Mrs C. S. Scott and two sons, Chauncey and Tom, came down from Marceline the latter part of last week for a visit to Keytesville friends and relatives. Mr. Scott is now clerking In J. Wbiteman's general store at Marceline and he and bis family are much pleased with their new home. F. M. Smith, in company with a young man whose name we failed to note, arrived here last Friday n a vMt to Chariton county friend nud relatives. Frank is now clerking in a store at Gooch's Mill, Cooper coun ty, in which his brother owns a ball interest, the latter having been elect ed collector of Cooper county last November. Madam Rumor has it that Dr. .H D. Broaddus, who for the past two years has practiced dentistry in Keytesville, but who has recently lo cated in West Plains, Mo., and Miss Blanche Baker, one of Salisbury's popular young ladies, are soon to wed. The xuadaia, however, does net state vhen the felicitous event will occur, R. G. Beatley, -of the popular and prosperous mercantile firm of Beaz- ley & Knight of Brunswick, was in Keytesville last Tuesday on bssiness before the probate court, theobject of which was to secure his release as guardian of Mrs, Linda Schuftz, who lor a number of years has been an inmate of the St. Joseph iosaae asy lum. To thedelighr other many Chariton county friends, MrsScbultz has thoroughly regained the use of her snental fact! ties and is trow com peten b to take charge of her own af fairs. ' ' . We acknowledge the receipt of in vitation to attend the commence ment exercises ol the Calisbury academy from Hay 26-29, rf which institution that prince of edacators, Prof. J. P. -Coleman, is .principal. The commenceeaent sermon will be preached on ikinday, MayGtb, by iDr. J. D. Uaaamond, president of Central college at Fayette. The fol lowing compose the list of 1895 Lgraduates: Misses Clara Bowman, Edith and Florence Cox, Virlea Way land and Messrs. W. 8. Draee, John E)y Perkins, Levi Fawks and Press ley A. Cbrlsman. Ce.pt. L. Beneeke of Brunswick is the 41 rims mover ia an effort tomake the 'cut-off a pleasure resort, and to tkat end has leased 20 acres of ground at those famous flshlngoar- tere. Suitable buildings wiu be erects' lor the comfort of visitors, and every citlxen of Chariton cotaty who may wish to do so is Invited to take stock In the proposed enter prise, which, we believe, will proVe'a paying investment with the proper watchfulness to prevent seining and other depredations, as the splendid fishing the "cnt-ofT' affords is not excelled-to all ilissourf, and wa very much doubt if it has an equaL J. P. Jacqnotof Brunswick was in Keytesville Monday on business. If long life you would invoke, Klingbeil'a cigars you ought smoke. to Another frost Tuesday night. Verily "garden "sass" is having a bard struggle for its existence. W. W. Brooks of near Scribner school-house had the misfortune to painfully cut both of his bands while tretching barb wire last Saturday afternoon. Prof. U. S. Bruce, a brother-in-law of W. G. Agee of Keytesville, who has been principal of the public schools at Bolirar, Mo., for several years, has been elected president of of the Dadeville, Mo., academy. Prof. Bruce has th reputation of being a fine educator. A soda pop factory is Salisbury's latest enterprise. It will be owned by our young friend, John B. Hayes, sou of Judge Henry Hayes of the county court, and operated by John's cousin. George Green, who has bad considerable experience in that line of business at Richmond, Mo. Dr. Price's Cream Caking Powder Most Perfect Made. Ellis Davis, a youth who makes bis home with Walter Veal, near Soapp,' was tried by jurj in 'Squire DeMoss court last Thursday on a charge of stealing a pair of wagon double-trees and two single trees from J. P. Tippett of Keytesville. The trial resulted in Davis acquit tal. Littla Misses Marcie May and Ida M. Elliott delightfully entertained about 60 of their little friends in honor of the fair hostesses' respective birthdays last Saturdav afternoon from 3 to 7 o'clock. The time was most pleasantly passed in childish games, aca paiatame reiresnments a . m . 6erved at an appropriate hour. Gen. . W. Price has lately sold 10,000 buehels of wheat, which he bad stowed in his elevator at Dal ton, to Wm. Pollock, a Mexico, Mo., miller. The general received 60 cts a bushel for 4,000 bushels and 65 cts a bushel for the remainder, A good deal of this wheat was bought by Gen. Price for 35 and 40 cts a bushel. The Coubieb family are indebted to Mr. J. T. Jefferson ol just north west of town for a gallon of very flue strawberries, which was present ed last Monday. If there is any thing we love better than strawber ries it is more strawberries. It ia needless to add that Mr. Jefferson's treat was heartily relished and high ly appreciated. Pbilosoper A. C. Yocum of Salt's bury, "Uncle Sam" Elliott of near Brunswick, and a few other "Pops" were in town Tuesday. They were much tickled over the eounty Democratic eilver convention on May 28 tb. Tbe.v seemed to think they did it with their little silver hatchet. but they didn't. It was tke county Democratic central committee. NOVELTIES IN Belt Pins, Belt Buckles, Side Combs. Hair Ornaments, amrtetuos, "CP-TO-DATE GOODS." FOB SALE AT VTiito'sEaciet Store, Herbert W&ite, Prop. dtEYTESYILLE, 110. CLts. Winn of Salisbury has been admitted to the county poor farm by order of the cotaty -oaurt. Winn is half witted, is inclined to be quar relsome and has long been a nui- sanee to hisaelf as sreK m those with whosa he came in contact. It is to be hoped tkat Superintendent Da venport wiM be able to stake "Char lie" useful if aot ornamesXal at his newly found some. John N. Stephenson, aa old Chari ton county boy, of three miles south of Keytesville sends as the cash from Sacramento, Cel., to' pay bis subscription to the Cocbixb to April 12th, 1896. John is now horticul tural commissioner of Sacramento county and draws a neat salary of f 1,500 a year. We are glad to note this evidence pf John's prosperity in his far western home. The best Is none too good, there fore yon should smoke, the La Take and Monogram cigars. Mitt Bird Wheeler returned to her : ..mj ia Keyteerille last Saturday after a . .-. ...at Tleit of Mren months to her aunt, Mr A. Hagen, of Lee's Bnmmit, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moore of Moberly cams npMondaj afternoon and remained until yesterday morning Yisiting Mr. Moon's home folks, J. P. Moore and family. W are requested to announce that Ber. C. P. P. Arnold of Lathrop, Mo., will fill the pulpit of the KejtesTille Baptist church oa Wednesday and Thursday nights of next week. Rev. Arnold is quite an able dirine, and we hope an many as can will turn out to hear him. The church at this place hopes to arrange to call him as their pastor. I has. A. Keyser of near Dalton lost hkt pocket-book, containing 11.200 or $1,500 ia notes and accounts, one day last week". The purse was afterward found by one of Mr. Kerser's neighbors and returned to its owner who had not missed it. Upon its recorery Mr. Keyser smole sweetlr. bnt hia mile was frost-bitten last Tnespay light. 8. J. Lay. a Missouri townshin awm. ! under a bond of f 300 for his appearance be fore the graad Jury at the next July term of the Salisbury circuit eourt. for faloniooalw shooting at Julius Wilson, eoL, three or rour weexs ago. Tne snooting grew out of an altercation between Lay and Wilsoa orer a dirision of their crops. Lay first had! Wilson arrested oa a chanre of felonious as ault, bnt Wilson was acquitted at his ore- liminary trial. While attending a funeral at the Salisbury cemetery last Tuesday, and noticincr the larire nnmberof monuments there erected to tha sleeping dead, we remembered that thirty years ago we helped deposit th first body in that sacred retreat. Did anybody second the motion of the Coubieb for Keytesville to celebrate the Fourth of July this year? If not, why not? We will have a Fourth of July this year as usual and it will also be celebrated. Why shouldn't Keytesville observe Inde pendence day as well as other places? Jos. Miles, a Dalton merchant, was given judgment by default in 'Squire J. M. DeMoes' court at Key-. teeyille last Thursday against Joe: Strother, col , for the posession of a dwelling house and four, acres of ground in the village of Dalton. The plaintiff was also awarded dam ages In the sum of $25, arid f his monthly rents and profits were fixed at f 5. Letter last. The followtng is a list of unclaimed. letters remaining in Kevtesvilla post-office May 24, '95. Mrs. P.P. Brown. Wm. 11. Fox. Wm. D. Hinsworth. Mr. David Jones. T. A. Longstreet. Mr. Price Bagsdale. Martha E. Shoemaker. When calling for the above letters pleasu say "advertised." J NO. Chivkbs, P. If. Messrs. Keeting & Walter of Key tesville have on exhibition, among other farming implements, a trover's self-binding harvesting machine, which it Is claimed will cut 40 acres of grain a day, the sickle bar being doublfl the width of most harvesters and cuts a swath of 12 feet. Tha machine is constructed on the same principle as a header, the cutting appartus being immediately in front of instead of in the rear and to either the right or left of the horses. The price of this machina is $225, and it has been sold to Geo. Berger, an ex tensive farmer living eight miles north of Salisbury. SALT I SALT I SALT I Agee Bros, have jurt - received A car load of nice, fresh salt which they are selling at bottom prices. Pay your subscription. Farm Loans. Money to loan on improved farms ia amounts ranging from f 1,200 to $10,000 at 7 per cent, interest. Payable annually. No commission charged. - ' There will be but one mortgage bearing 7 per cent. Interest. Inter- est can be paid at any bank in tha county. Borrowers will be given tha privilege ol paying f 100 or any mul tiple at any interest pay-day. Loans under $1,200 will be made at at 7 1-2 percent, interest. - COBBSFONDK5CX SOLICITED. Jas. -L. Lombard, Over First National Bank, KANSAS CITY, - MISSODCV i -' 4 )