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K V THE GHABIfOH GOB. C T. Prop KEYTKSV1LLE, - MISSOURI. Cattred at the poet-oSee At Kt JtTllI.MO aeaeeond-daeenallmattet. Friday, Anj. 30. 1193. John Carroll, of two miles east o! town, baa just completed a new barn. John Fitipatrick, a clerer farmer o! near Salisbury, ! a new reader of the Cocbiih. F. S. Gordon, of near Scrlbner school -booe, retarni this week to the nbecripUon rank" of the "old reliable." Glad to welcome yon back, "Fi." Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Wrt4i Fair Mix Anri J. W. Coj, one of onr robscrlbere living near Westrilla, moTed to Sal isbury the firet of this week for the purpose of educating bis children, llr. Coy's son-in-law, It. L. Shannon, of Marceline, will run Mr. Coy's farm. MONEY &.U money in any amount at low rates and on Ions time. Patronize borne agents. il. C. M INTER, Keyteeville, Mo. J. 0. Dameron, one of the unfortu nate founders of the Key tfsville Sig nal, but more recently of the Salis bury Democrat, is now editing a paper, at Miami, Indian Territory, called the Chief. 'Squire J. T. Kobineoo, of Clark township, dropped in to eee us last Tuesday. "Uncle Jim" feels considerable auxiety for the calves in his bailiwick this coming winter. lie eays the corn will be eo large in Clark township this season that there will not be a single "nubbin" for the young borinee, and be fears they will starve to death. Tiis Isn't Strange: Did you ever watch the folks who come to my gro cery? Some poor, some rich, some in ordinary cir cumstances. "Why is it? I'll tell you why. I sell pure food. I charge the same price to everybody. I sell as low as good gro ceries can be sold. I run a clean store. People who buy of me don't need dys pepsia cure. I steer clear of groceries that are not fit to eat. If you like my way of running a grocery, come and see me. Dirt's Cob Is the best coffee I know of. That's why I sell it Heinz's table relishes are the best relishes I know of. That's why I sell them. The Scheme baking pow der is the best baking pow der I know of. That's why I sell it. Blanke's candies are the best candies I know of. That's why I sell them. My tobaccos are standard brands. Tley Come Bad People who buy of me once always come back. Many of my customers have been coming back again 'and again for six years. KEITESTILLE. MO. 1 adTiee you to con to! for GUee trt, Qutuwm, Crockarj aad La Take eigare. 'SI lit Sailor straw hats at Mrs. C. P. TandiTsre only 25 cts. Brunswick is to have a new barrel factory operated by the Weetern Cooperage company, of Kansas City. Mrs. C. P. Vandiver and little daughter, Sammie, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives, at Miami, Saline county. John Kelliker bas rented rooms over Uagen &. Son's butcher shop, at Brunswick, In which be will run a cigar factory. The nnion Sunday-school, at Sam ner, is preparing to give a grand picnic, at Lakewood park, on Satur day, Sept. 7th. Notwithstanding flies are very bad this summer, Mendon boasts of a new enterprise In the shape of a sor ghum mill, "sweet thing." Messrs. W. J. Mlnich and T. T. Turner, two bustling stock dealers of near Mike, shipped a car load of hogs from Keytesville to St. Louie last Monday. The Sumner Star will insist upon spelling disappointed with one "p." We believe Brother Northcott knowe better and we are charitable enough to presume that the Star ottice is short on "p's." When you want the pure article, try Kel- logg's pure, hand made sour-mash whis key. The arrival of a boy baby blesse d and brightened the borne of Mr. and Mre.J. T. Plunkett, of Brunswick, on Monday of last week. As this is the first boy, Papa Plunkett is step ping very high. John P. Randolph bas purchased the Brown bouse, at Brunswick, of Messrs. Henry Oaterman and 11. S. Freeman, and will soon become "mine host of that well-known hos telry. The price Mr. Randolph paid was $3,400. Go to Hansman & Rick and call for their 1891 hand-made Bour bon. You will find it matured well, palata ble and strictly pure. "Uncle Tom" Elliott, T. T. Elliott, Jr., and Master Warren Elliott, a son of Geo. N. Elliott, took advantage of the Wabash excursion from Ot- tumwa, Iowa,toSt.Louisby theway of Moberly last Friday night, and spent Saturday and Sunday In St. Louis, the guestsot T.T; Elliott, Jr.s mother-in-law, Mrs. M. Mummey. P. F. Willis, a pleasant young man, who bas been in the employ of the T. J. Moss Tie company, witb headquarters at St. Louis, visit ed his parents, Prof. A. F. Willis and wife, of Keytesville, several days since our last Issue. Toung Mr. Willis will teach school, In Howard county, this coming fall and winter. Louis Zinccr. the expert tinner in A. G. Glaser's tin-shop, at Bruns wick, was rendered unconscious and also considerably bruised by a fall be received while working on a tin root at W. T. Magruder's handsome rural domicile, near Brunswick, Iat Thursday morning. We are glad to learn the Injuries received were not of a serious nature, and that Mr. Zincer was soon able to resume work. J. W. ilorton, wife and little eon, of Randolph Springs, passed through Kejtesvills last Saturday on their way to visit Mrs. Ilorton parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra liersbey, near Guthridg Mills. Mr. Ilorton re turned home the next day, but Mrs. ilorton and son will remain a week. The Cocbieb acknowledges the receipt of a pleasant and substantial call from Mr. Uortcn on Saturday after noon. The "smallest man" up to date is the manager of the Hale City, Car roll county, base ball team. The 77m m printed 300 bills, free, for the game, and also announced it In the paper, but when the game took place the editor of the Times was asked to pay 25cta to see It, but rightly reins- sd to do so, and returned to hie of fice to kick himself for having cast his pearls before the most worthless rant ever known to the gsnus bog. Frank W. Hill bas returned to New York City to reeume bis studies for the stage, Miss Lizzie Pbilllpe left Monday morning for Macon, Mo.Jto visit bsr friend, Miss Frankie Davis. Wm. M. Carlstead is now sole pro prietor of the drug store, at Pee Dee, having purchased the interest of his partner. Dr. J. R. Gaines. Dr. Gaines will devote bis time exclusive ly to the practice of medicine. Rosenstein, the merchant prince of Brunswick, will make great reductions in all departments for the next 30 days. Homer Hyde, "ye local" on the Salisbury Democrat, bas resigned bis position on that journal, and taken bis departure for Laddonla, Tex., to accept a position In a drug store, at that place, owned by bis brother, Clarence. Brunswick will bold a speeial city election on Tuesday, Sept. 17th, for the purpose of voting in a proposi tion to bond the city in the sum of $5,000 to be applied toward paying off out-standing warrants and ex tending the water-works service. It seems that typhoid fever bas a grndge against J. J. Kendrick, of Brunswick. Mr. Kendrick narrowly escaped death from that disease while living at Mendon about two jears ago, and is now convalescing from another severe attack. R. D. Vincent, a successful farmer and stock dealer of four miles north of Keytesville, sent to the Courier office last Monday an ear of yellow corn, 15 Inches long, and containing 14 rows. The seed from which this ear of corn was raised was planted in June. We notice that S. E. Everly, the genial, Brunswick bachelor black smith, has bought three residence lots. Our suspicions are now thor oughly aroused, and In order to be In time we want to say we have a nice line of wedding stationary at the Cocbieb office. ewt . ri w . ine aaiisoury uemocrai nas a scheme to keep supplied with water meions mis summer. it oners a year's subscription to the person bringing in the largest melon during the season, and six months' subscrip tion for the eecond largest. What beads (and stomachs) some editors have! If you need anything in the dry goods, clothing or ladies or gent's furnishing goods lines, see Rosenstein, at Brunswick, before buying. For the next 30 days he will sell goods at greatly re duced prices. If It wasn't for Henry Sasse, a fold ing bed and Frank Kalinka, what would the Chariton County Republi tan do for "news?" We believe the Republican Las bad something to say about one or both of the above named every week since It first launched Its journalistic bark, now nsarly a year. It Brother Fenstema- ker don't let up and give us some thing fresh, we will have to charge him "boot" on exchange. As an inducement for its delinquent subscribers to pay up, the Salisbury rress-Spectator offers to give them a kind obituary notice the week fol lowing their death, but says that those who bare paid In advance ehall receive epecial mention. But as an obituary notice is something that everybody wants to do without as long as possible, we don't believe the P.-S.'a plan will work well, as It might create a fatal epidemic among delinquent subscribers. Fa Loa rm ns. Money to loan on Improved Farms on long time In eume of $500 to $10,000 With the privilege of paying Before due. No delay in getting the money. Reaeonable rate of interest. W. H. LEWIS, 'Office in Court-Uouse, KEITESTILLE, - MISSOURI. C. B. Shafer and wife, nf Hnnta ville, spent Sunday with Keytesville relatives. "Uncle Ben" Elliott, the Democrat ic sage, of Missouri township, is building a commodious addition to bis rural domicile. A train on the Union Pacific railroad was held up last Sunday, near Broken Bow, in Nebraska, and two men charged with the crime are in jail at that point. County Clerk R. D. Edwards is making the rounds of the county this week taking merchants' state ments upon which merchants' taxes are based. Thie work was formerly a duty performed by the county treasurer, but the last legislature tnrned It over to the county clerk. Messrs. Hansman & Rick have been making eome improvements in their distillery, at this place, con sisting of a new still, and have re placed their 30-horse power boiler with a new 70-horse power one, which will afford them much better facilitiee in operating their distillery. Messrs. J. V. Whitesides and James F. Taylor, two stirring iarm era living 2 1-2 miles southwest of Keytesville, have been adding to their landed estates by purchasing from Frank Kalinka what is known as the old Mnore farm of 140 acres for $50 an acre, Mr. Whitesides get ting 80 and Mr. Taylor GO acres. The contagious disease prevailing among cattle, horees, bogs and sheep in the neighborhood of Mober ly is thought to be anthrax. With this disease th spleen and liver be come decomposed and turn very black and will hardly hold together when lifted up. Hogs affected with the disease ewell about the nose and throat and choke to death. James Lennon, charged with crim inal assault upon Mrs. Wbitacre, of Levick'e Mill, in Randolph county, had bis preliminary examination before a justice of the pease last Sat day, which resulted in his being held for the grand jury in a bond of $1,000. Young Wbitacre, who ehot Lennoo, had bis preliminary trial later, but we have not as yet beard the result. County School Commissioner O. L. Dines will leave for Brunswick next Monday and remain in the Bruns wicker office during September pre paratory to taking charge of that paper the 1st of October. W wel come Mr. Dines to the journalistic tripod, and trust that he, unlike most of us, may gather many more roses than thorns as he cultivates the fertile, though usually unpro ductive, field of journalism. The case of Asa Jeffries and Jos. Meyers, who were charged with com mon assault on Wm. D. Fuller, at or near Mike, Muscle Fork township, on August 7th, was tried In Justice J. M. DeUoes' court, In Keytesville, last Tuesday and resulted iu a huug jury. The case will again come up on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd, before Justice U. A. Wheeler, to whose court the defendants took a chance of venue. Prosecuting Attorney Wallace is prosecuting and L. N. Dempsey de fending. Mrs. J. C. Presscott, of Topeka, Kas., nee Miss Anna Veatcb, of Key tesville, a daughter of Kinzey Veatch, who was at one time sheriff of Chariton county ana a resident of Keytesville for many year?, but who is now living at Carbondale, Kas., visited old Keytesville friends the latter part of last and the first of this week. Mrs. Prescott's husband is a telegraph operator, and Is hold ing down alucrative position with the Western Union Telegraph com pany, at Topeka. Messrs. A. N., S. E. and E. R. Harding, one of whose houses was struck by lightning, three miles west oIDalton, on Monday, July 29th, received a check for $20 last Mon day from the Home Insurance com pany, of New York, covering the amount of their loss, as they were carrying a lightning and tornado insurance policy in that company at the time. The amount of injury done consisted in slightly damaging the flue, knocking off some plaster ing, tearing a hole in the floor and breaking some dishes that were in the safe. W. J. Gravely, who occu pies the house, and bis mother-in-law were also knocked down, but soon rallied from the effects of the shock they received. Feofs in Mi HEADQUARTERS FOR Our stock of the shoes were bought will be sold at old : J. Anderson, Mil Keytesville. Pens, Pen Holders, Pencils, Paper, Envelopes. We solicit a share of Your patronage On School Supplies and School Books. We must have the cash For Books. Largest 5c and 10c noiseless Slates on the market. Nicest line of Ink and Pencil Tablets you will find. Soneedl ID). & (&. Goo Nagel's Cider Mill. Henry NagelO I sot my lunch at Kichanleon'a. Short Order 4ous? 1. r. susiisssv, mpTttor. PSAIEXE HILL, - 1HSS0TJBI. Good lunch on abort notice. canned goods. Hammer drinke Keep cool for a Dickie. Drop In Cllf Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fiirnishings, Groceries, Rubber Goods, Umbrellas, Parasols, Etc. REMEMBER . . celebrated Giesecke boots and before the rise in footwear, and prices. Slates, Erasers, Bags and Straps Tablets, Inks. You can have first-class cider made at No gel's Cider Mill, i 1-4 miles west of Salisbury, on Tuesday and Friday of each week for only 30 cents a barrel, or 10 barrels or more for on ly 25 cents a barrel. I have the latest improv ed machinery and guarantee satisfaction. I didn't, bat I with I had. 7 1 Also full lint of confectionery and of erery description at 5c each. and eee me. K rr r J.