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KEYTESVXLLE, - MISSOURI. no H St. Loo la Mall and Ex. "5o St. Loo la A Chicago Ft tXo S3 U obarlyAe. Freight Mo 82 AcKrewrnt So 8 Omaha Express 11 J8B 9 42 pm 4 40 p n 5 S3 p m 1 48 a m 5o 1 Kanaae City Express. ft 43 a m 8 35 p m ikall Accommodation 'rieght10 83 a. m Ho 11 aiUatauana So 7 Omaha Eipreaa ,,, ,214am Dally. tDailyeicept Sunday. Roe. 1 and 6 bara Rartini:.K chair Car (eeate tree) and saw BaCet Hoping cars to Kama City, St. Louie aad Chicago without change. Ho. 8 will stop at KeytasTiBe for paangira from ChUlkothe, or polate north of hilll eothe For BatM.Tkktta.Tlm Tables, ete., ap bI to V W. D. CARSON. Axt KeytearWe, Me. C H C a a !v k. J. Bamsxt.jb.. Geal Paea. A Tkk. Ug. Uea'l Manager. GENERAL DIRECTORY- CO U .4 JJ X" orncrRfl. ftepreeentatlTe.. Tboe. P. Schooler PVoratin AttorwT Jaa.C. Wallare IL. II. Herring, President jidM Co. Court, (C. E. AlUo. ,W. Diat. Henry Hayes. E. " dark County art K. D. Edwards Jadge ol Probata H.C. Minter ProbatC lark Thoa. E. Msckay S tariff J. E. Uempeey Treasurer,. Pablie Administrator Pnn a Mn arurai wrtB .A. L. Welch , B F. Moor Corooar Dr. O. M. Dawey County School Commlaaioner O. I. Dinee Circuit w II. B. BJchardeon BrrtrHtr. B. U. Smith wh aw waaa "J w - -. - - - afrraomar Caxaca (Soath Bar. l K Shilling, paator.&arrlcaa adSabbath.moruing end erasing, aad oarth Sunday night of aach month. Sabbath -achool tTtry Sabbath morning at 9 o'clock. Prayer mes tinge Wed aeeday erenlnga Pbesbttbbia Cbcbc Far. J. J. Squire, paator. Preaching rsl Sunday la aach month, morning and olnjt. Piser BimiT Caff ecu -Ree.C. F.D.Arnold, paator. Preaching. 2d aJ 4th Snadaya La aach month, morning and availing. Caiurroa Co. Mmcal 8oc:itt. Maate the Uat Thursday la aach month at Saliabarr. KnTUTUXS UaaiBT Ura. J. C. Wallaee. Librarian. Library opto eeery Friday af taraooa from 3 to S. Select Kxierrs. A. O. U. W.-MaaU Sod 4th Fridar evening la aach uoath. J. J. at oora, S. C: K. U.TUdala. B. "I XI ETT KSTTL La Tbt. No.. 88 K. O. T. M. J. A. Collet. 8. hi C. Mata on tha first and third Thursday eTenlnge of aach month Cs Astro Let no a, 5o. 177, A.O.T. W.'no. Chreere. M. W. It. U. Tiadale, Racordar. Bagalar maatinga Sad aad 4th Taaaday tTtn lift at 7 o clok. Waaata Lodo,!Io.74. A.K.and A. U. Ed. T. Miliar, Uaatan L. D. Appagnt. raury Ratrnlar maatinga Saturday trtalng pracaiiagfallmooa. CrrraarixxB Lodoc, Ko. 477. 1. 0. 0. P. W. O. Agaa, Nobl Grand; J. E. Dampaay. Tloa-Grand; 0. B. Andaraon. 8acratary. Bag aar maatinga Try Monday aranivg. LacscauiT Lodob, 5o. 83 Kalghta Py Ihlaa C 1. Park. ChancaJlor Commander, H. C. MUWr. Kaapar of lUcord and Seal. Laarnlar maatinga arary Friday araning Joaaph klaxamaa. Banry Bkl Hansman & Rick, oA.Lm in Pure Wines and Liquors KETTEST1LLE, MO. aaTTha Calabratad Anhacaar-Buach Lagat Baar alvaya oa draught. W aoUdt a ahara of tha pabUa patroaag L. M. Afflboatb, Praaidaat. .C Waixacb. Tko-Praaidaat :FARMERS' BANK.- Cliari!oiiCoitj-IejtESYillii,He B.C.MJLLSB, A. F.TOOLIT. Aaa'lCaahiar Caahlar. THOS. HARNED, T01180RIAL ARTIST, KETTESTILLE. 310, marSharlng.ahampoolng aad hair matting Erarything aaat aad daaa. -tap right la. yoa ara aaxt. A. "W. JOHNSON, ittey at Lai & Marj FbIc, SAtlSDUBT, V0 eyWll prartic la all tha Stata Court. THOS. E. MACKAY, Xotary Public, CDllactioai PrompUy aisatel to. Oflca vith th Probat Jadga. IT. n. BRADLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, aad Vatary PahU. if.fnrRT. XISSOUBIa aa-rOSca on Broadway OTar Paoola'a Baak Weak, Irritable,Tired "I Was No Oood oa Csrth." ' Dr. Allies Nervloe strengrthens tho weak, builds np the broken doxtn constitution, and pcnmncntlj cures every kind of ncrroua disease. 44 A txmt oaae y r I team aJtet& rtiH we i laamw, aZeitea(aea Crrr-plnf aeaaafiait tm my leg. Slight ptpltmtion fmv heart, Distracting eoMWfm cfthe mindf firrioum lm T Imp amnary. 17tgUt& ataarn arttJa eara aiiaal ararrv. Z rwtplrtel lrt appetite Aud ftlt awy ritrntltw wearing emt, I ra treaJt, irritable etui tired, SZp treight woe reduced tm ICO f&, 2 met I ara na gaaat, am eartM, A fricad broujhl rv Dr. Mlloa" book, "New and Start is ns Fart." and . finally dedddo to try a bottla of Pa. IIilxs E oratlT Ncrrlne. Bcf ora I had takea ooe bottle I could a! rep aa well aa a lyr.-old boy. My appetito re tc rood rroatly locrcaaod. TTTteia X had taken the etxth bottla Jig teeight tnereaeed fa 10 6a., Th9 aeneattam inmg lege ara genet 3Sg nerree mteadied eemtpletelgt Hg tnetnerv ara fully restored. Xg brain oeemed clearer than ever I felt as goodae ang tnanem earth, Xr. JUtlem JZemtoratiea Xerrina ie JL great medicine, I aeeura traau AoTista, Mo. WAX.TTB B BrxaaBK. Dr. MHca Nerrlne la sold oa a poaJtlr rnrn-o that tha flrt bottle will benefit. All dru:tauall Statu. ft bottle fortt.or l will l-o acrit. prepaid, on rerrlpt of prlca tytaoDr.MiieaiUdlcalCa, Flkbart, Lad. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health DR. T. J. MOORE BXSIDZST DENTIST. Salisbury, - Missouri. . Oastal Parlors, - So. SIS t, Broadway R-I-P-A-N-3 The modern stand ard Family Medi cine: Cures the common every-day ills of humanity. a j U tn a z o ED. T. MILLER, Attaej-at-La? asi Hotary Pallid KETTESTILLE, MO. 00t with W. W. Ruekar la raar of Tar ara' Bank. VCoQactions promptly attandad to. J. A. COLLET. Atrj-at-Lw ail floferj Pile. CoUaetleas a Ipetlalty. trOQoa la Coart-IIouaa. ap-atali a. MONEY hotter terms than any one els. II. C. M INTER, KeytHiville.Mo. Tbk Jaffereon Ciy TKonne Is of the opinion that "ofallth gambling evils that ever cnrV-d aiiisouri, erap shooting has prt-wn to be the worst. Originally this game was only play ed by negro deck bands, but now it is the moet common gamblingdeviee In nee. When raoit cwdtd it ia not ulusu al for your family lysician to be away from Lome, Such was tie ex perience ofMt. J. Y. sbcLck, editor of the Cad.lv, In.l. Ter., Banner, when bis liltle'girl, two years of ae was threatened with a revere atUck of croup. Ifeeayi-: My wife in-ai-trd thut I go for the lvtor, Lut a our familyphyicin was out of town, I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Ccuh Remedy, which relieved her immediately. I will not be without it in the future." 2S an-i 50 cent ottle cr sale by W. 7. Gaston. MS SAYINQS OP SPORT'S COUSIN." Bockport MatL lt't qolt a eroM for to praj tor a man 1 don'l Ifkt. . ifaa and woman aboold not lia to each otber until after tbej are mar ried. In tha winter protracted meeting and Ions: fever goband in band. 8cbool boiipt coafc more than jHe, bat tboj are better placee to ralae cblldrenln. . Waen yon get to heaven the qaee tlon aa to bowyon cam won't be aeked, eeio(tber' onlj on wajto let there. John Uorrle.tol the Ware la mak ing light ofDopf capability ae a lecturer. If orrie can betrjn to talk with John Dopf. After a womanjtt joet a . certain a; she would as leaTe.marrj on f 'rl daj as any daj. A newlj married man cares noth ing for the lodge, but when little cares begin to make tneir appearance he gate there bj degree. Aeide from diamond being on the "free Hit' champagne I reduced $1 on the bottle.TTbne it ie that the poor man ie greatlj'benefited. lien who'den't know anything are joit about ae numeroneae those who think tbej know It all It maj be that"eeerytblng come to him who wait' but it will be eafeet to get np and go and get Some of onr greatest men hare bad mltfortune of one klad and aaather during life. I'tuentioo'thl to give the readere'of mj ''gem' consola tion, who think them too great to bear. Erery man knows a good ess to which some other man could pat hie money. A real nice man Is'one who is jast as polite to aVIrl of 60 as he is to onsoflG. One effectual way of removing patnt is to sit down on it and then get np and go off. Don't ctiticiee a newspaper until yon have paid for It. The older we get the more trouble we hear of. Joe Bailey vouchee for the truth of this etory: -'There' two twin broth er la Tennessee who are eo much alike lb it they often chew one an otbar'M tntaceo and borrow money witbuut knowing it." If Prohibition don't prohibit, what' It for, anyhow? The fellow who want to bet yoi tea dollar is just abont at the end f bis argument. Tb religion that costs nothing will not get younearenough tobeav en to hear the band play. A real aid hot water foot-bath In mustard will break np a cold much quicker than prayer. The reason we never bear of made women" ie that on of kind of women don't want the to get out that ehe is padded. "self those word Som women who will climb np on a table to get away from a mouse nave toe nerve to marry a man whose hide ia soaksd with aleoho and tobacco. It's easier to find fault than to board. Lot of people pray for rain and then want It to dear off a soon a it begin to get cloudy. ' It's better to look upon wine when it ie red thaa upon whiskey when it Is bad. The fellow who received last year to stop getting drunk had better thie year resolve to quit lying. The Free Thinkers are always figur ing out where ws will go to. In thess times of financial contraction the most of my acquaintances are kept busy figuring ont "wnere we are at." I'll be glad when spring comee so my wife will not have to pnthsreold feet in the middle of my back to get 'em warm when we go to bed. The man who make no enemies Is too solt for practical use. Why ie it that a poor girl Is not as much admired as arichonsthougb she is four time as good looking? There's lots of girls who can paint and crochet and warble and giggle wboeoolJn't re-seat their father's pant to save their lives. Troubles, like babiee, grow bigger and stronger by nursing 'em. Sometimes a feller who has the Hsu FOR Gfl K12 I Woman's modesty and igno- uw vi uaugcr oucn cause ocr to endure pains and suffer tor ture rather than consult a r J . 1 5 physician about important a 3 tuDjects. Pains in the head, neck, back, hips, limbs and lower bowels at monthly intervals, in dicate alarming derangements. r.lcELREE'8 VJIWE OF GARDUI is a harmless Bitter Wine with out intoxicating qualities. Taken at the proper time it relieves pain, corrects derange- ments, quiets nervousness and ' cures Whites, Falling of the Womb and Suppressed or too Frequent Menses. Price 1. Far Sal y Hadleln Peal era. gWt to knock blus blazes out of yon will let hi wife slop the bogs and carry In the night-wood Wbsn money Is "tlgut" it means It's looked np. Sometimes men that way are locked np, too. A woman's glory is inbsr hair, and sometimes we nna it in tns bis cuits. "Love Is blind," they say, but I've knoed it to meet with an "eye opener. 5ome Questioas. Why do not woman coo at their change? Tf bv dcee tbe little woman wear big hate? Why does tbe amateur eiuer never loe bis voice? Why does the tall woman aff'St postage stamp capotee? aa Why does ths girl with Lily-Maid of-Asto-lat complexion rouge? . Why will fat woman furbelow themselves to suffocation in chiffon trills? Why doe the girl with a dairy maid complexion like aristocratic pallor? Why will a woman, willowy to the vsrsre of attenuation, gowa here! In tailor-made severity? Why does the woman wboeegrani father's favorite nephew's coasin left $100,000 go into mourning? - Why, wbsn ons baa on a tired look and all one old eletbss, does one meet th ewellest felks on tbe list of one'e acquaintances? Why a wossan always moistens her Upswith thetipothsrtongus when soms creature tries to stare her out ol conn tea anee? Boilbd asd faded garments can be made to look like new with Putnam Faaeleee Dyes. Anyone can dye with them. All yon have to do is to add tbe dye to the water, boil the goods one honr, dry and press. 10c per package. Sold by W. C. Uaatoo, druggist. Love is life; bate Is death. rxAXTxs tob cosbumptitxs From tka Joaraal ol Hygiene. He gives his patients as many pea nuts aa they can eat without injuring their digestive organs. Two young ladies who had been the rounds o ths doctors and taken cod-liver oi and tonics till they were nearly dead were tmt on this treatment and re covered. Concerning thece cases Dr. Brewer says: "I now commenced feeding (do not laugh) peanuts. Ons would think this a very indigeetbTe diet but they craved them, and it has always been my policy to find ou what my patient desirs to eat, and unless It is too unreasonable I humor them. Uoth touoz ladies bar be come quite plump and after a year Inhalation Co! vinegar fume) have ccaeed coughing and I pronounced them wtll. Tbe peanut, long known a a fat producer, and ie much more agreeable than rancid ehark oil that olteotimea la aold for cod-liver oil. While not aU can digest peanuts, a grsat many even with feeble diges tion, eat them without diecomfort. It beats tbe Koch lymp and is the most satisfactory treatment I have ever trisd for thsss dissases. nnn Ram Horn Blasts. Onr predjodice ie always an enemy to our 'good. ' Thonghte are things which fly with out wings. We are made richer by whatever makes us more grateful. Those who would borrow trouble never have to go very far. to find t. In proportion as we live for others, will we find life worth living. Happiness is not found in. getting the world, but in giving it a p. Whan men live as Christ lived hey will not find Ithard to die as Us did. t Pounding the Bible in church ie not the right way to tbreeh out its gold en grain. Tbe devil gets much of his bsst work dons by people who love to tell bed newe. Tbe difference between love and sslflshnees is that "love euffsrsth long and is kind." Too many sermons would have ro Bible in them if if was not tbe fash ion to take a text. Tbe hamlet in which a great man is born and reared, is the last to fled out he is great. When we stop looking toward the wrong place, we wiU not find it eo bard to etay In the right place. Ons reason why the people often look bored In cbnreh is becaue the preacher didn't bore deep enough before he wsnt Into tbe palpit. Some folk are a long time in find- tog out mat it never pay to ' wor . .a . a . ry. Tbe fear of punishment may keep men from doing wrong, but it cannot make them love the right. An unconverted church member is as much in danger of beinz lost as any sinner in ths slums. Uan'e plan of salvation always begins and ends with his owa work. Sin may sometimes hide its head, but It canmot cover up it tracks. e People who think too little are cure to say too much. A lazy man does hit hardest work looking for an easy place. The man who wouldn't be honest if he didn't have to, ie a thief at heart. e When man makes a religion, he triee to make one that will let him star mean and still 'reepect him self. Pttlaeit Cannot be Cur el by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of ear. There is only one way to cure Deaf ness, and that .is by constitutional rem edies. Deafness is caused by an in flamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tabe restor ed to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever, nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but no inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists; 75c A Quarter of a Year for a Quarter of a Dollar I Twiee-a-Week Tirries Almost Given Away. Beginning January 1, The Twice-a-Week Times will be sent to any any address in the United States four months for B 25 CTS. The presidential campaign will soon be here. Already the signs point to a most exciting time. You can't afford to be without a paper that prints all the news of aU the parties. The Times has fully prepared itself to print more campaign news than any paper west of New York. Special correspondents will tell the truth and keep you posted from day to day. Exclusive writers at Washington have been engaged for the wcrk. Can you afford to be without this information when 25 cents will keep you fully and faithfully advised for four long months? Don't delay. This offer will not last long. Bensntgr tha Campaign Sata 25 Cents far Foir Jfoaths- We have all beard of the wonder ful capacity of tb- m?ll toy' pock et,, but tha liet below, taken, from, the Higbee Afr5, ie undoubtedly the largeat of its kind on r-eord. J. C. Herron on goio btmi the other evening noticed 1 he 1 wi pockets of his little son A!tierr'n Vest bulging; out to enormoua proportion and concluded to inveetiirute. tie found: 1 whetetrn-, 3 old kyv, 1 marble, 1 pipe head, 1 glaes eto:pr, 36 nails, 1 button book, 1 toy ju;r. 1 watch wheel, 4 old acrewe, 3 1-ad pencils, 2 toy watchee, 1 elate pencil, 1 .knife, 1 chisel, 1 punch, 2 pieces -of - chalk, 11 buckeye, 1 watch chain, 1 stove lifter, 5 waloute, 1 epool, '1 pocket- book full of corn, 1 box of blacking. 3 handkerchiefs, 3 advertising circu late, 52 peanut, 8 almonds and 24 pieces of caay. A FBic so in need ia n triend indeed. Kerr's System - Renovator cure Stomach, Bowel, Liver and Kidney diseaee, ie pleasant-1 ri take, ia sold upon honor and wi!l do vuu good. Sold by Sceed Dru Co., Keytesville, Mo. Some very religious people have a different religion u tuday frota what they have the rest of the week. i Oca greatest aiory consists, not in falling, but in if atrium up every time we fall. Ue Kerr' Sjetem-Uenova-torand walk upright, and kep well and happy. Sold uv Soed Drug Co., Keyteaville, Mo. The asan who bin 1.0 business ol his awn to nit) nd to aid soon be found attending t the lieTil'a busi ness. Don't Tobacco 8pit or 8icoe Your Life Away is tbe truthful, startling title of a bcokaboutNo-To-liar, the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit cure that braces up ni ixnized nerves, elim inates the nicotine poison, makes weak men gain (strength, vigor and manhood. Ton run no physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac ia eold by W. C. aston under a eruarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address aSterllug Remedy Co., New Torr or C ica o. "-, Some men seem to have been made out of dust with gravel in it. The religion that costs nothing worth nothing. If yoa want to fcp posted in 1896, subscribe for th i'od heb. Remember when you want grocer lee that Brill's etock is all new and fresh, and that be will make yoa bottom price. P. E. WILHITE, doctor or . DENTAL SURGERY X1ST BXUS71T, SALX3272T. 1U. Orroa Hopes: 8 to 12. a. m ; 1 to S, p.i K. E. Weygandt, President. Jno. Gladbaek. Viee-Preaident. j W. L. UaCamp bell. Treasurer. Joe W. Ingram, Secretary. FAR M ERS;"MUTU AL Fire snrance Co. of Cbariton County, If EN DON, MISSOURI. Tbe beat plan of lire insurance In existenee. For farther partieulars sail on either of the following ageats: E E Wevfrandt, Hand on; A O Green, Trfp lett; H E Elliott, Brnnswick; C O Houston, Prairie Hill: J If Brnnar. KeytesTille; R 8 Ifaapin. Mike; W L McCaropbell, Kothville; John Gladbaek, Newhall; A J Dodd, Ifendco; Theodore Doerrie, Salisbury; A C V and Iyer, KeyteaTille. . Agents wasted to represent ns In the fol lowing townships: Cunningham, Chariton, Clark. If issouri. Afrenke must be member of the company before tbey can act. All eommanicationa regarding agenciea ehould be addressed te E. E. WEYGANDT, Pres.. Uendon, Missouri.