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Coaaiderable sickaeea preraila la thia vi- JLala la badly aeeJed and wonUl be mack appreciated. A roodlj BBfflbtr of oar people art atteod- lac circuit coo rt at Key tee villa thia week. Tba people oat tbia way Lav corn to bars. Two field have been fired already. Carta Itoaer ia moch elated ortr a new comer at bia boo. It ia a girl, aad Jerry Bala ia all snilee oa aaeoant at a bUc boy at V BOOM. The peoola ot thia community are coins to ViY toolbar cba ace to ret rood. Ker. Bob- iaaoa will preach to tbeta tba 3rd Sonde ia thia moatfc at Hanoi rieaaaat. aad Be fUpbens will commence a protracted meet- lax tba 4 th o! Koreaiberat Pollard acbool kooee. A wayward public may bate aa op aoxtaaity to fret oa board tba goepel abip aad sail for Glory Laod. Scrtbnn' ShortMtov: 11 tea Alica Warbaret tiailed home folks last Saturday aad Snoday. Eer. Deweewi preached at tba echool bouee Iaat8atorday bight aad Sunday. With tba exception of "Uncle Calf ia Shoe maker, our pet. pie are irenerally well. Utters. Tbomua and lbd-ron rallel on their beat girle, ner thia plae, Itat Haaday. M re. Jamea tta lea ia viaiting rclatiTea ia Ohio, while -I'diI Jimraia" ia -bachbir" with hia pet cata aad doge. The quealioa of lniMio a church near Bcribner ernool booer ia bvin agitated. Cer tainly a church ia nUJ there. Lea llorker. a uccreful yoaog teacher who baa a achool sear Trairia Hill, Tisited home folka laat Saturday aad Paodny. Serves Are like Fire. They are Good Servanto Bat make Poor blasters To keep your Nerves steadyy l our new clear. Build up your Strength, Ehupsn your Appetite, You mutt bare Pure Rich Blood The Best Medicine to Vitalize and Enrich the Blood, 1$ IKIood's Sarsaparilla - Tlie One True Blood Purifier Prominently in the Public Eye. HOOd'S PUIS JEaoS" Ma 1 m. V- JTmt rt k 3:enu. Fennie Krone called on bia beat girl Baa- day ere. Uie Aaoie Evaae, of Brookfleld. ia viaiting her sieter, Ura. W. J Aaireuo. aiiea tieiua uavia ana urs. t.. Davis were! gaaets of lira. W. J. Anderaoo laat Tueaday Reborn Evaoe, wile and little eon, Crerett, I veregiiaUoflIr. Cvaoe' aiater, lire. W. J. aotfereoa. tba other day. Aleo lire. Jaek Cavaoaogh. lfiea Ora Aaderaoa and aunt. If iaa Pea trice Eras a apeat Saturday aad 8uaday with their littla fnda. Uiaeea Myrtle and UarchU Uc Eaen, near If uacla rota. lira, if argaret Erana, of Lisa county, baa Wra vlelUagberdaahter. lira. W. J. Aa daraoa. for several weeka Ura. Anderaoo baa been la poor health for aoma time, but we art (tad to report bar convalescing. Dr. Price a Creoni Baking Powder WerWi Fair Mlrfceat Award. Shannondals Sifting: Dr. Kaay, ot Saliabury, waa ia rur tillage xaa day Uat week. Tim Laach abiorad a ear load of corn to Ifoberly Wednesday. If ia Nannie Dameroa U viaiting brr aiater, Ura. k. U. Fard. tbia week. Tba youeic folka tripped tba libt faataatic at O. H. Willie me faeaday night. Salisbury Scribbling: Ira DoUon U alowly recovering from aa attack cf frrer. Dbeon I'.roa. bate opened a bakery at the Pro'if t etnnd. Vif I iiii Ualhews, of Ifeiiro. came up on a bmineea trip Tueaday. Thoa. Ilortoa hat a position ia toe Salia bury I'rodura Co'e atore. W. 8. Callemora and wile, of the Fayette AJrrrtiser, vieited bera the first of tke week. Water ia teaming acarce her and thoe who hate "borad wella" ar the only onea happy and contented. rJen II. Smith and wife were over Sunday and the former attended meeting at the Christian church, while tba latter viaited Ura. Ed. Keath. Many of our peopl viaited tba capital tbia week by epecial iavitatioa. Tbeir modeaty and tba Uw preTenta a diacloeur of tba ; tare of the errand. Thoa. Saouee, a bo went to 8t. Louia aoma time ago to ha ve a tumor or growth of aoma kind removed from hia aide, ia Terr low aad can not recover. Tba meeting at tba I arietlaa church con- tin ora, with aiz additiona ao far; all canrer- eioae. Bro. Edwarda ia doing apleadld work and giving good eatiafaetlon. J. G. Gallemore. of tba P. S. atteaded tba Editorial convention at Pertla tpringa and greatly enlightened tba cralt on "boom edition." JiaM ia the lather of -boo ma" and will aeon have numerone progeny. The elegant two etory reaidenc of John O. Dougherty, one mile aoutbweet of town, waa deetroyed by fire Tueaday morn log. A por tion ot the tarnitur waa aaved. Thar w SOU luaarance on tbe nouee, and fioo oa itacontenta. Tba fir originated from a de- fec tire flee. V IS THE TIME AND THE People's Dry Goods Company IS TIIE PLACE TO BUY mil Mi 3 m, kli, sides, J. We have an unrivaled line and defy competition on anything we sell. In fact we are aelling better goods and at lower prices than any firm in Keytesville. We invite you to call and see. Our line of SCHOOL SIIOES are the best, and are being sold away down. Oar lice of nobby Carpets, Rugs aud Curtains are unsurpassed, and will be sold at bed-iock prices. E f . ANDEHSON, inmr, Mile, Mo. pleaaant vieit. Tba doctor looka well and hearty and bide fair for a loag life of ueefal ueee. We congratulate tba people of Dalton aad eurrcunding country on having ao good a doctor ia their miett. Ura. Hugbea ia a pleaaant and cultured lady. baa moved into ft. H. iirut axe handle timber Frank Drink ard Ford a hoaea and tb'a winter. Ceo. U.Hay. who made a fly in trip to Trtplett laat Friday, reporta tba robbery of tba poet-oSca at that place. Wm. Teckemeyer. wbo ia building a feed aad griet mill at tbia pi tee. will live ia B. J. Uoorea bouaa with Job a Fowker. Ura. John Speace, Jeeee Dolaon and two daaghtera. Uieeea Alice and Jennie, viaited la Howard county. Hatnrday and Sunday 'red UcWnea. from Te9 Dee. la epeadiag a few daya'ia Sbannondale. vUitiog hia broth era and recuperating hia atrength, after a epell of malarial frver. A crowd of Keyteaville 'a Jolly lada and charming taeeiea came to Sbannondale laat Friday eight for tba purpose of beariagaoma aiuaie, but owiag to tba atecee or iadiapo aitioa of our muaieal talent, they were dleap paiated. Dalton Vols. Dr. B. lioikea made a firing viait to Car roll ton aunday. F. W. Barnea, of Boa worth. Uo., apeak laat week ia Dalton, atopping at tba hotel. lira. Jennie Lewie came over from Salta tory Naturday, to ee ber aiater, Ura. Igle- IharU W. W. I'riae aa J twin aona, ot Btargaon, Uo., are viaiting Ur. PrWa a brother and aia ter, reeiJiag near Dalton. C. U. kvoia. of Kaneaa uty, U eniojing a abort vacation with the family othia mother. bear Daltva Uaa 8adie feaatle ia epeading aoma time with relativie ia Mater. We did not learn how long aha will be abeeat. Ura. eti-l. of rWJlia. Uo., made a viait recentlv to her a acta. J. O. Paine, of thia place. Cba returned home Uoaday morning. Brother UauaCcId filled bia appointment bireBunday. Tboagh ot aa advanced age. be never la Ua to iaureat and edify hia bear- era. ' Circuit Court Proceedloss. Arthur Itobbina at al ve Arthar Williams, partikioa; aberitf'a aala approved. Elisa T ftay va W 8 and P Dillon, elect- meat; trial by ary and verdict for plaintiff and damagaa aaaeaaed at 5 and monthly rente and profits at f 1. Samuel Croff vs T J Hancock, suit oa sola; defendant given 60 days to amend aaawar and continued. W A Wataoa ve Charlea Steiaer et al, ap peal; trial by Jury and verdict far plaintiff for 123. Wm Cuhler vs John Tebin, replevin; trial by jury and verdiet far plaintiff for poeeee- aion of property and damagea aaaeaaed -at 1192.50. James Wren vs Wm Kunler, replevin; trial J lrJ a.ad verdiet for plaintiff and damagea for 12.50. I W Phelps va city of SaUabury, damagea; aonauit. Raubia Win free va U O Uolcomb, appeal; eantinued. Same va T J Hancock, appeal; coatiaaed. Willie m Miller va J 9 Gilliam; diaiaUeed by plaintiff aa per atepulationa. Frank Ball vs It L Zimmerman; continued for want of notice of appeal Amanda Pitney va Jamea Pitney, divorce; plaintiff divorced upon payment of eoe'e and reetored to maidea name Amanda UeKam- A L Wirea ve Agues Wirre, divorce; die- mleeed. Cora C Dickeon va Lower y Dickeoo, di- voree; deieadant etitere nia voluntary ap- pearanee, trial before lion Louis Henecke special iadge, by agreemeat, and plaintiff di vorced. Wm Dameroa va Florence Dameroa. di vorce; plaintiff divorced on paymentof coats. J 1 Uayward vs O 8 f uilford, appeal; trial bj lory and verdict for defendant tar poi. aeaaion of cattl Jeecribed aad value ot poa- Lagonda Lre. Uoaquitoa are nearly forgotten. 1 lew peaky flies iaaiet oa trying to it through. rintcf Ur frirt- ha la bapoilv recovered from typhoid fever, left Tueaday rooming for I aaaeaaed at 10.20 Jacob Da via. of La Plat, reeident of Lagoada. baa become a getgal Cary ia going to get well, contrary to an etpertatloaa Our achool teacher. Fraak Oipaoa, made tying trip to 2edalia laat Friday. O. Y. Umbarger of lata ia attending church very regularly e don't know wl ether -facie Frank ia trying to aave, or gala eoul. Hhekno. Prof. Wm. Perrin, of ilarrelin, who made home Mka a Uit durio tLc fair, hue gene back to bia echwol. -re think Uarcrline very fortunate ia eecuring hia. D. W. Telnter ia oa hia quarurly viait to Ksaeaa llty. - Uncle Dan" will eurprbe Pus U Ride, we think, by bringing aoma one home with him that atkke aa taat aa a broth er. 8eata In our arhool-hooee werw invented la the B. Ca or A. Da . we bare forgot tea which, but there is many a little spina getting warp ed oy attung oa tnm, aai we want eome thiag more modern. V. J. Bartoa, our new merchant, ia filling f his large etc re aad has a thriving trade. Brother Barton ia a very eathaaiaatie Demo crat and wa Bepablicaae would like to per auada him to be lua ua, bat be will not. B. T. limmone and wife are making pew para'wMM to wo l .oi.ra-ao to viait their daughter. Www Matti- aad IDWa. who are kee uig )!)! 'e 1- wh. f -tntVa. near Paw'o- '" a 7! ealta after a lorj ap1' of eiekaeea. Saiiabory io vUlt A lob and daaghtar at that place. W a would aay in paaalag that many of oar people, (preaumably anarch people, too) are ia ah? habit of abaenting themselves from i. dava when there is service bald at the church. Tbia should not be, aa t he mm latere ought 14 rerelve every encouragement and wa woald argw ary eaurca memner to lead hia preeeaoe oa aerr daya. weak Urs. Thoaa who were oa Aba sisk list laat have aboat recovered. alia Ansa UevwerJ U ihe gueat of Joha Uoll thia week. The Uolineaa people are boIa.ioK protract ed meeting at Fertile valley. Uiaa Allie Fleming left Saturday morning for Uarahall. where aha eipecta to a'aka ber home for a time. Uiaa Beaaia ElUatt, of New Frankfort, u viaiting ber auat, Llaaie Barnea, aad thr ralativea and frieoda here thia week. Jack Froat put ia hia appearance Sunday night, which gave our fermere a acare and eel them to patting away their potato. applee, cabbage, etc. The colored deaixena, ot two milea aoutb at Naaraah. are holding a protracted meeting at their Ban tie t church. We wka them much succeea la winning many eoule to Chriat. Ur. aad Urs. Jaka Ooll returned Sunday tram Howard county, where they bad been viaiting Urs. Ooll's aiater, Ura. P. Ukereoa. : Ura. OoU iasUUad a lovely bouaa keeper to act ia her atead daring bar abeeac. which greatly added to the eo a rente ace aad kappi aeaa of aaa ot oar ruing young farmers. Dr. B. liughea aad Udy, while oat riding I O A Hamilton va Ueo Ebbert, appeal; dia- miaaed aa per atepulationa filed. Samuel Croff vs Charlie Howard, appeal; plaintiff diemieeed bia appeal and defendant paya bia coete at this term of court. Wm A Byrd vs T J Hancock, appeal; plaia tiff given 30 days to Ilia bond for coete. J P Hay ward vs O 8 0 nil for J, appeal; dia mieeed oa motioa of defendant. AdllaOaborne vs Robert EJie, damages eantinued at cost of defendant, Sarah T Miller at al vs Sarah E Bruce, par tition; L Eenecke appointed guardian ad littm for minor defendants. A B Austin vs T J Williamson, attachment; attachment sustained and 'udgment on three counts, aggregating 4247.83, with 8 per cent interact. A It Austin va T J Williaaioo, Jaa IX Dempeey garaiahee; Judgment far plalatiff for $50 SO and gornkbee allowed $3 far himself and IS for hia attorney. Marion Hayes, by guardian, vs Harriet Graham, admiaiatratiix of the aetata of Jno ura Bam. oecaaaeo;; judgment la favor of plaintiff for K.I 57.1 2 with 6 per cent inter na decree of fcreclocure and order of aala State vs Disk grand larceny: defendant wavee formal arrnTfument and pleada sot guilty . State ts Joha Uailr: colored, felonious aeaaalt; deladaat wsMd' formal arraign ment and pleada aot gaAy. J A ilerchaat va Joha West, ejectmeat; ooa suit. J P Bicbarda vs D D Knight, rfpfevm; trial oy jury ana verdict lor plaintiff. Uutaal Benefit aeeoclatioa vs fiVwiUon; pUIntil Ukea non suit. trwther aad F U Caddy vs B F Uoorv, damagea; plalatiff takes aooauit. ' J y Sott va Legraad Wladom. appealfap peal diemieeed at eoet of defendant. H P Eaatwood vs Wabaah Rail war Co judgment by default for 204.81. John W Ur"oIInm va Mary L McCollom, auit to aet aaide deed; leave to amend by makinar new partiea plaintiff. Chariton county to uae of achool lands vs A O Kennedy et al; dismiaeed aa to W H rlunkett, and defendant given V0 days to answer and continued. Willie Ueckeei al va Willie Sen n. parti tion; Judgment of partition aa prayed. Andrew Marsh va JoeephGaioee, ejectment; non auit. Jamea Wren va L F 5ordmeyer, auit to aet aaide deed; continued at cast of plaintiff. J ( Grimes vs Uilford Ferguson, suit to re vive Judgment; prayer of petitioner granted. John Flora y vs Archibald Spencer, eject ment; continued. Sally Kelly vs Columbus Kelly, damagea; plaintiff takea non auit. Uay Patterson et al, exparte, Jadgment ot partition; Chae. Shannon, G B Unrt and F U Meyers appointed commissioners to make partition. In tba aeveral suite against the directors of the Saliabury bank, defendanta were given 120 daya to plead, aud continued; except suit of A Emerirb against T H Walton et al, which waa diemieeed by plaintiff. Uary E King va Wm R King, and Mary E King va Junior Kaia King, transferred to circuit court of Cooper cooaty. Htate va John Martin. Jim Sweatman and Marshall and Jim Swinnay, all colored, felon- ioue aeaault; trial by jury and Martin 'a pun ishment fixed at three years in the peniten tiary, while tiweatman waa acnt up for two years. Tba two 8winney "coons," wa are sorry to say. were released, owing to a lack of evidence. Bute va P W Kllie, obtaining gooda under falae preteneee; continued at coat ot eta te. Ml mm n Having bought freely of an immense bankrurjt stock, we will offer goods at the following prices for the next 30 days, or until the goods are disposed of: Solid Oak Bed-Room Suite, Chival Dresser, 18x40 Mirror, $14.9 "r V . !: nU,BK d-l-J P motion of defendant. Usaday paid Ur. and -ra. B, F. Baraaa a xa AMbt999 v, Umla Nordat Nordmeyer, debt; Bgnumvllle Budget. Jno. 11. Sullirtiu ia having a severe round vtith sore eyes. W. 0. Onrpni is buildiog a new barn on bis city property. Wm. Dodge is over on a vieit to bis brother, F. E. and ED. Dodge. Mrt. Anna Uo well Las returned from ti cuonth's visit to ber sister, Mr. Watson, of Bevler. Mrp. Nannie Uulett's eldest son is quite sick with what is thought to ba diphtheria. lire. Gertie Thomas, ol Nebraska, wbo has been spending some time tn our vicinity visiting, returned borne last week. E. D. Dodge hat commenced build ins a new residents, which will add greatly to the appearance of South BynumviIIs. Texas" Hark and bis Indian show are welcomed by a crowded house every night. The show is very good, and the etle ol tb medicina has been on an average $30 per day. Jobs C. Clark has come to the con clusiCQ tuat it is not good for mau tp be aloSfi and has taken unto bim- selfawiK 9rry -"t t the knot making b,m and Ml" Janle HefiVt ooe. There are teveral cu'' of typhoid kver in onr community Amocg those afflicted are Miae Tracy Leonard, ilattie llendrickef -ara WilsoD, Mrs. John Kunkle and llas tere Allen and ArtL or Wilson. fartln Maaew lost a Valuable horee tba other nfg.'it by drowning. ins uu w h u a J rt m i lie a w - pasture with the balU rein got trapped arou throwing bim into a crt above result. nd I. u. o were at tor bar, Till- Elegant Bureau, 12x20 German plate Mirror, Solid Oak Dressers, 20x24 German beveled Mirror, Red Plush Bed Lounges, . . Larpre Cupboard Safe, .... Solid Oak Six-foot Extension Table, Cotton Top Mattresses, All Steel Black Springs, . . Set nigh-back Dining Chairs Solid Oak, 4.99 7.47 7.50 3.98 3.49 2.00 2.10 4.25 All Other Goods in Proportion. We also carry a full line of Undertakers Goods, such as Metallic Caskets, J Copper-Lined Caskets, Cloth Caskets and Coffins of all Kinds And at all prices. Also Barial Suits and Slippers.1 !3"Wv own our own Hearse and those desiring it will be furnished al lowed the use of it FREE OP CHARGE. Picture Frames, Mouldings, Etc. MUCKER & HUNT, KEYTESYH212E, MISSOURI. 1 w T OU BD'I IU nd its toot, ek with the Tysoo Dines, of Denver, a Kiolsy, ot Kansas City. wL till a few years ;nc Ieariing neys at the Chariton county attended sircnit court In Kestea hi week ARE Iflll RUPTURED? If so, it can be cured without the use of a knife or any dangerous operation, by the non-surgical treat ment which has cured thousands. A cure guaran teed on all cases treated. No delays from business, no pain, no danger. Truss discarded forerer. My home treatment for women has cured many. Why not you? Call on or address J. H. HUME, M. D., Brunswick, Mo.