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A world-beater The La 'lake 5 cent cigar. Go to A. M. IJriU for clover seed. Brill, the grocer, will not be under sold. Hard to beat is the La Take cigar. For sale by all wide-awake dealers. Go to Brill for groceries, glassware, queenswere, tinware, candies, cigars and tobacco. Try those raisins at Swain's. They are dandies and the best of it he b selling them 25 poinds for $1.00. S. M. White. Agce Bros, and Hans- man & Rick sell l-a Take 5-cem e gaxs. Mrs. C. P. Vandiver has just hrd er millinery store-room nicely pa f ered and attractively giained in oak Try a I -a Take 5-ccnt cigar, and you will smoke no other. Brill, the grocer, will not be under- When you smoke, smoke something that is worth smoking. The I Take 5-ccnt cigars never fail to give satisfac tion. I have 50 bushels, each, of choice clover and timothy seed for sale. 11. C Smltz. Mendon, Mo. I carry a full line of undertakers goods and make funeral directing a specialty. Iticcs the lowest. J. P. Moore. You can find a complete s cm k of staple and fancy groceries at Swain' and at prices to comjare with 80-ccnr corn. We were thinking of planting gar den last week, but have thanked cur in n Is sin e the cold March wlndi hix threw our garden fence. The Urge sales of I .a Take cigars fj'ly prove their superior merits. 10 sale by S. M. White, Agce Bros, am Hansman & Rick, Keytesvillc, Mo. Judge C). F. Smith's law-office is now a thing of lcauty. hence a joy forever. The handsome wall paper and fresh paint added to its interior ddit. Do vou ncl a r i :e window shade for your parlor or sitting room? If so. you can get the very latest styles ol J. i. Moore. He carries a comp.cte ine at bottom r"es. On. West, of a i-a miles north of town, shipped a car load of hogs to St. Louis last Thursday. H P Fi;twood. of two miles south- M.nt nf town. shinned two car loads of cattle and G. L. Sisler. of Xeytesviue station, a mixed car load of hogs ana cattle to St Ixuis last Monday. A man's wife doesn't have time to be forever sewing buttons on his tockets. and nps. She won't have to take time, either, il K mTrKSKlN HKL.tA-11- KS. We don't ask any good wife to mV rrrw-vH mtr nerlect. It VOU RCi a pair of these pants and they rip. take them back to the dealer and get an other inir. That's what the guaramcc in the pocket means. tvf Simmons Liver Regulator now. Its just the remedy for the Spring of the year to wake up inc liver and cleanse the whole system of ihe accumulated waste of the winter. I -My wife combatted more Malaria in .Manama in 1001 wun Regulator than all the doctors in the neighborhood. We've had a siege of Mala-ia in our own family, and it helped us." W. X. Bryant, Dallas. Texas. Pearl Hasten. Bill Knaus, John Taylor, Wicks O'Bryan, Uta Bartz, J. I- Applegate, Lewis Harned, Jim Lessley, Ida Gilliam, Henry Egan, Leatha Compton. Will Moore, Joe. Robertson. ROOM NO. 5 A. E. HURT. TKACIIRR. Horence Ray, Lela Richardson. Charles Hechlcr, Emma Lou White Virgie Moore, Mary Veatch. Fred Minor. Sam Anderson, Joe Whitesides, Eva Emt ree. Una Walter, Eugene Holland. ROOM NO. 6 A. r. W1I.I.IS, TKACHKR. Addie Steele. Emmett Eastwood. 1 c- Pearl Myers, Lizzie Walter, Dolly lVice, George West, Bruce Willis, I la Wilson, Gustave Friesz, Garence Gastcn, Lilbcr Richardson. Oarence Bayne, Lena Hodges, Agnes Wallace. For Sale. Three thoroughbred Galloway bul's me to tnrce years old. and five head if work mules, four to seven years ,U. J. X. Gainks. Triplctt, Mo. Constable Sam loveless, of Cun oingham township, has issued hiscdic that Sunday hunting must teasi ii that township. 'RaS frr S-m! Most r' Pc are fond of ricc.but it is generally so high that few ever use it. This obstacle is overcome whe you learn that Swain sells 25 pounds for $1.00. For Sate. I have two coming a-ycar-old Jersey cr. wtveh I will sell at reasonable nrices. Call at the T. T. Elliott farm one-half mil.: cast Ke)tesvlle. J. T. STKHE. You will never know till you try them, but the I .a Takes are the best 5 cent cigars on the market. '1 hey are sold by S, M. White. Agce Bros, and Hansman & Rick, Keytesville, Mo. The Mendon CiHien makes the re in ukable s'Jtera.nt that there was - - not a candidate in tewn last week. ' r . Which mc: rut nt Mn Ion's vo'ers anlbibies hive ha la much-needed ics- Wra. Kuhler, of Wfrrenton. Mo., disposed tf his last 'and vi t.rcsU in this county last week by selling 80 acres, the wcst-nalf of the northwest quarter of 13-5 4' 9. to Win. Clavin for $2,400. Clover Seed. I have a lot of clover seed for sale I at my farm, five miles northwest of Keytesvillc. First come, first served. I J. T. Swain, jr. Wanted, Wc win pay the highest market nrice in cash for poultry, eggs, hides and furs, delivered at the Keytesvillc deit on Tuesday of each week. Perkins a: ac.ee. That prince of good fellows, Jo. Dill, who has been in Macon for the past two mc-nths preparing a write-up of Macon county which will appear in hese columns in alout three weens, 'eft yesterday for Keytesville, where he will do a like work for the Courier. His son. Mr. Ed. Dill, will remain a few d:ys longer to finish up the work in this county. Mr. Dill has a host of friends in Macon county who are al wars clad to see him and who regret his departure to other fieldsv."0wi RtfuHuan. Farm forS. le. I have a splendid stock farm con taining 4S0 acres, in Muscle Fork town ship, for sale at a bargain. There are 1 50 acres in cultivation, balance in up- lan I and bottom pasture. Plenty o water, 5-room house, two good barns and a good orchard. OlJVF.R MCEUEK, Shannondale, Mo. The following named pupils are not taking a full course in the grade to which they belong, but were dis tinguished this month in the several branches pursued by them: Idress Wallace, Grace Moore, Ben Binford. The school is progressing nicely. The teachers are wide-awake to the responsibilities of their osition.i. By the kind permission of the board o directors. Misses Amne Grinstead and Willie Davis visited the Moberly pub lic schools on Friday. Feb. 21st. They sneak in high terms of the schools and express themselves as much pleased and greatly benefited. Respectfully, A. F. Willis, Supt. The Best Advertisement IS a well pleased customer, is an old saw, ut it is as true to-day as in the past. Our many custo mer are t nually attesting to the superior mer its of our siocK of GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, GLASSWARE, QUEENSYARE, ETC., and all agree that our prices, considering the qual ity of Goods, are the VERY LOWEST. We sell Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, which has no equal, as it was awarded highest honors at the World's Fair. It is the VERY BEST, the BEST being none to good for our customers. AIL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRCDUCETAKEN H EXCHANGE. C3ME AND SEE U3. . . Yours Truly, AGEE BROS., Keytesville, Mo. J. W. Levi, of the firm of Miller & Itris. one of KeytewUe's motlcl dry goods anil clothing firm, spent Mon day and Tuesday of t'v week in St. Jjows buying goods. T icir customer may expect something nice an 1 stylish vhen tncir nrw jOds arrive. Ho tr Hn nsman & I Rink and call for their 1891 hand-xade Bour- hop. You wui nnd if. matured palata- - . Die ana stncuy pure. Prof. A. E. Hurt, teacher in room No. s of the Keytesville public schools. has purchased lot No. i, in block ai. Kello s addition to the city of Key tesville. of Judge II. C Minter for Siso. IW. Hurt mllliuildane.it "ottise on the lot some time during the spring and summer. Farm tjr Sale. A well improved farm containing 140 acres, 6 miles southeast of Keytesville, in one of the most desirable neighbor- howls in Chariton county can be. :ouuht on terms entirely satisfactory to the purchaser. Good house, good barn, good outbuildings, good orchard, plenty of water and convenient to school-house and church privileges. I). E. Johnson, Shannondale, Mo. A little son of Jame Mcf omVcc, of near Sumner, narrowly escaped hav ing his chunk knocked out last Thurs tUv hr beinz struck on the head with apiece of casting which f II from a ind-mil!. A gash about ducc inches long was cut in the boy's head. The A. O. U. W. lodge at Mendon are wherting up their appetites for a fattening feast in the no dist-int day hcc. and they also exject to organ ise a lodce known as the degree of bmor. a ne feature of thi A. O. U W. for the wives, dau;'er or siuer of the memtcrs of ihc first named or der. The degree of honor is a fra ternal organization, but $i.ooa inst ance can be curied by th: members who desire to do so. The naughty rocn arc only admitted as honorary memlcrs. Ceo. F. Cox of Keytesville. who. after buying the interest f several of the heirs and the remainder of the Mrs. Anna Carmon residence proper ty. in this place, viz: Its 1 . s and 3 in block at sheriff sale for taxes at the rccc-it January term of thi Salis bury c'rruil tourt. dis;iocJ of the proirty last Saturday to Misei Ju!ii IL and Anna H. Youn; for $'5. at which figure Mr. Cox rcaUcd .pittc a lu-ndiome profit. The new oncf w'St repiir thu IiouiO and o-t'.m.M nj: How About Furniture? Will you need anything this spring in the way of su tes. jurlor furniture. l)ed. couches, si rings, tables, chairs. carpets, mattings, oil cloths, window shades, rockers, folding beds or dress ers? If so, call on J. 1. Voore, Key tesville, Mo. He will sar; you from 20 to 40 p;r cent, on anything in the furniture line. Boardlnx and Lodging. I take this method of announcing lhat I am running a private lioarding iouse, in Keytesville. and am pre- ;iarcd to furnish lioard and lodging by the day or week at the most reasona ble rates. Sccial rates given to par- tics attending court. ill turnisn sia 'c room for a limited number of Worses k p.c M ks. ( .. M. Wuo. 1 The following is a list of pupils in the Keytesville public schools, whose grades in attendance, punctuality, neatness, jolitcness, deportment and average class standing during the month ending Feb. 21st, 1896, did not fall below 90 on a scale of 100: UOOM NO. I MISS AMNK CRINSTRAD. TKACHER. John Veal, Carrie Wheeler, Ben Veal. Myrtle Miller, AKcrt Knaus, Amanda Friesz, Carter Hancoc'c, FJiza White. Sydney Hunt, FJoise FJlliott, ( larnet 1 1 yde, Willie Cooley, Harry Wheeler, Maude Wilkinson, Eddie Walter, Kate Gaston, Klla Minter, Joe Kinks Martin, Mirtha Swcarcngen. ? and Tit t'.e n ui for Dccp-n.-y v K. O'Uryan and family Mr. OV.ry.tn l.e.:i4 a itcp-thcr io i.c ' Charlton County Merchants. Thcr arc now 231 m:rcanti'c firms doing business in Chariton county, the a'grc-atc value of whose stcks amount to $172. 530. on whiih a tax realized of $3,019.31. Ofthisnum kr Salisbury has 45 firms; Daltnn 11; Prairie Hill 7; Forest Green 2; Uruns .wick Jit Kcvtcsville 27; Shannondale 5; Trip'.ett 14; Sumner 1 2; Kothvi..c6; Mendon 12; Indian Grove 6; Mussc! tork 5; Hynunnille 4'. wi-n 4 Rock ford 2; Guthridgc Mill 2; Mike 2; NVrh.V.1 3; Namrasli 2; Cazzcll 2: Vcstvit!c 2. Ilamnrn T.idc, lgnJa ."'.ncr" Mill Ncwroinef Iits Sna ,Sny cr.lv: i a.iJ dVs unu ROOM NO. 2 MISS WILLIE IAVIS, TKACHKR. Jcsw: Veatch, Winston Cocke, Mary Knaus. Rufus Ixonard. I xis Hancock. John Robertson, Clara Wilson. Jesse Harned, Sammic Vaughan, Roy Davis, Fannie Anderson, Lydia Hancock, Annie M. DeMoss. Fhclyn O'llrjan, Ixrniah Minler, Irene Meehan, Charley Thrash, Hertie May Thrash. KOOM NO. 3 MISS NKTTIE M. MOORE, TKACHER. Jen Gaston. John Miller, ohn Moore, Hugh Steele, I la FJliott. Hurch Elliott, Julia Anderson, Herbert Applegate. Ray Stowcrs, Warner White, I I-jTiette Stowers. ROOM NO. 4 MISS CARRIE WILLETT, TLWCHEK. Ernestine Smith, Charlie Veatch, Close of the Methodist Meeting. The revival, which began at the Methodist church, in Keytesville, the 1 st Sunday in February and was sub s.irucntly removed to the circuit court room, closed rather ur.cx;cctedly on Thursday night of last week with an overflowing house. I For more than a week previous it was quite manifest that Rev. I). V. IVicc's physical strength was failing. On Wednesday evening communica tion was opened up with Rev. Geo. M. Gibson, of Macon, to come and oc cupy the pulpit ami continue the meet ing over the following Sunday, but ow- j ing to a misapprehension of what was said through the telephone, it was giv en out that Brother Gibson would be hereon Thursday evening. This ar rangement suited everybody as Rro. G is well known here as a most popular and deserving preacher. The disap- jHjintment was great when, after the congregation had assembled, it was learned that he could not come. llro. Price was there, but was not able to preach. He deputized Brother J. C. Crawley, who had been one of the t hief workers during the meeting, to deliver a kind of cxhortition to his neighbors, which he did to the satisfac tion of all. Brothers Shilling and Ncal loth were attacked by the grip since the meeting began, and they were not able to preach, had they been so disposed. The doors of the churches were again opened, and the follow ing names were riven in as candiilates for mem- 1 bership in the respective churches, and includes those who responded to this call the Sunday previous. Those who joined the Methodist church and were received into full con nection last Sunday are: Charlcn Tarkcr. MIm Katie Carmon. lwl L. Whrrlr. Mm. Lewi L. Whcclcr. Emmet Eaitwxl. William Eastwood. Mrs. Kate Barne:t. Ml Julia Younn. tln Ilattle Younu, Ml Anna Hallrjr. Ml. Lizzie Walter. Ml Annie l ock. Ml IVarl Furrow. Miin Ellen Rice. Ml Daly M, ,tla c,,,,an, Mix Nadinc Elliott. Ml Lou irj. r.uv Flnnell. Jame Taylor. Cliarle Taylor, M'-rri Taylor. Lcwl Harned. Heading the Procession. The Keytesville Lumber Company send greetings to their numerous friends and customers, and take pleasure in an nouncing that they are still at the Head of the Procession with a full line 01 Leitli, 11 air, Lime, Doors Blin Cerrcrt, Luirjber and Builder's Hardware And are making the lowest possibl figures on everything in their line. Tf vou are con temtlatino: buildim anything from a dog house to a man! sion, don't fail to get tie prices ot tne Keytesville Lumber Go.j W. W. Hancock, Manager. Jcr.n I.csmcv, j M.xJ-c Wallace, . .o-.i .Mi'icrsun, (js5tc E '.in. !.c1 (Inston. Iot;.in Toolcy, A ."J 1 J.' A'ticiz, Wan en Taylr. Ian Tooley. Sidney C amion. Am brill. wm. II. Lcl. Wm. Minor. Some others will also pcrhips join the Methodist church. 'ITicre were 15 icrsons who pave their names as c andidates for member ship in the Ih.tist church, hut as they have not yet been received we will de fer the publication of their names until that shall have been done. Six persons signified their i intention of uniting w in the lTcsby terian church, but as Rev. Squire was not here last Sunday they have not yet been received. Tncir names will be published after they are received into full membership. j Altogether the meeting proved one of the most successful that w as ever hcM in our town. No minister that ever Ten lie-i in Keytsv;!!e v.-jr.t av.iy cirryi.i m ."e -cio I f'n yoa"-." witli iuiii L-n did llrot.er lVicc uke from his newly formed acquaintances capacity of collector. The followh here. He came here a total stranger shows the result to us all, but after his four weeks' stay $i75-25- Received of J. C. Rue every man, woman and child in the , er, collector, one hundred and sevent town knew him, and regretted his leav- j five and 25-100 dollars in payment in". From his preaching and evample my services as evangelist in Keyte itoccurrs to us that every Christian, ville. Mo., and I hereby return n a . m . 1 1. . 1 preacher or layman might learn a val- nearly tnan.es 10 mm anu to rno uable lesson. He gained the good whom he represents, will and confidence of the people by : D.V.Price. iokens of love. He showed pb-inly Keytesville, Mo., March, 2nd, 1896. that he hated sin. yett loved the sin- j I'.rother Trice went from here Mo ner. He abused no one, but sought ' day evening with -Uncle Chaj out the best traits in the sinner's char- Crawley, between whom and hims acter. dwelt ujon ar.d devclc p d fiem there has sprung up a love as ferve in preference to dealing out wholesale as that which existed between Dav abuse, henc e he reached the masses anil jonaman, to visit ."Mrs. .Moorn anl every one heard him gladly. and her sisters, nieces of Mr. Crawlt To show the appreciation that all near Hrunswick, where they remain classes, saints and sinners, and mem-; until yesterday, when they return bcrs of all the c'mrches, without refer- "to Keytesville. ence to denominational lines, have for liro'heri Price leaves today forCI t 1 im u-r.s no trouble to render ton. Mo., where he expects to be! I a - - j - 7 nn-,rw ;-it nmix-nsation for his services sno her meciin ' next Sunday. 1 ...M..v..u. , ( here, l'cople seemed to forget tint goo J wishes of a!l the people, of K 1 . 1 times were hard and money scarce, At an inft r.nal meeting of the official nev.bers of ihc Method;st church. XJ. teville and vicinity, go with him. Ruckr was requested lo act in the - Twenty-five mackerel for 25cts a Whi'.e'j.