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In combination, proportion and process I loud SarjanarilU U peculiar to iUclf, and unequalled in true merit. lo other medicine ever c.ed ao much curative oer, or rvaclntl Mich enormous sale, or made nch won derful curm,M llood' SarairtrillA. It is nndoubtrdlr the l-t mli ine erer made to purtfy, vitalize and en rich the blood That i tlie secrvt of lU success. Bead tlil titi-iui-iit: Wbco toy too n 7 jrr of b bad rheumatic fever sod cote rbeuma tiara, which Mltfed lo bU led hip. II wm to tick that no one thought there u dj help for him. Fire tore, broke oat on hi tbljb, which the doctor u!d were ore. We had three differed doctor. Piece of bone came oat oft be sores. Th Jaat doctor aaid the It? would bar to be cat open and tb boo scrap, befor he coald ct well. Howard became o low that he would eat nothing, and on doc tor aald there km no chance for him. On da j, newspaper recommending Hood's Saraaparilla wa left at oar door. We dHdrd to try thla medicine. Howard commenced taking It the last of February, after natlng been aide for a jeer and a half. He hadn't Uken It a week befor I aw that Ifla appetlt bxa to Improve, j and then he gained rapidly. I gave him At bottle, w ben t be aore were all healed I and they n-ver broke oat again. Tb j crutch b? had ned for focr years wcr , laid aside, a be had no further oe for ; them. 1 rire all the credit to Hood's Far-I aparllla." Mm. Ada, L. Uoodt, Fay Street, Lynn, Mas. Thla and many similar care pror that n n n lrU(Q Sarsapariila If th One Tro Blood Purifier. All druggists. It. Prepared oaly by C I. Hood Co. Lowe a. Mass. H., rkft enr IJTer I1H: easy to ?0Q S PUIS Uke.easjtoopersie. ac Qutbrtdge Mill Qottlp. Another snow and winter out this way. Mrs. Fry is in the lead with young thickens. Jo Hucnton has his cage, an attract ire one, complete. The health of this community is good, we are glad to say. Rev. Fordoree occupied the pulpit at the Pollard school house last Sun day. Barney Ixwghofl" is all right yet. but Bo '1 horn l is still looking sky t ard. (ieorge I.cwis and wife arc having a twist at too.hache. better have them yanked out. George Pollard, for the first time in life, has added toother attrai lions a new yard and gtrden fence. Pole Fry sold two loads of hogs to John Ifershcy. They were not big loads nor bi.4 hogs cither. The price wag larger than loads and hogs too. Jesse True, of the Bluffs, was in this neighborho-xl Sunday. If you know of any more "Trues send them out this way, for e htvc but cne amo..g us. - e : "li 1 I I ne jeopc 01 mis nngniwuiuwii Tit .1 .1- I .1 .V. . I become good. The Rev. Mr. Webb, a Baptist ivinc. of Salisbury, has an appo'ntment to talk to them concern ing their best interest the 4th Satur day and Si nday in .April. Uncle Harness Davis was at Pol lard school house Iat Sunday and a made a very appropriate talk to the young people in the Sunday school. Among other things he told them that they were blessed with many provi leges that he did not hac-in his boy hood da vs. Bynumvtlle Budget. Frank 1 larman h.ts the lumler now n the ground o build an addition to his house. Mrs. Jas. (I. Ramsey and children are at present visiting the family of W. H. Ramsey. B. B. Vocum and his lest girl at tended the ojra at Salisbury on Wed nesday night. Mrs. Annie McCurry sjcnt a few day u our town at week vuiting her ix ether, Mrs. L)ens. Our good friend C N. Oreen is on the sick list this week. He is having a severe round with hhmorrhoids and thinks this world is a wilderness of wee. SB"ffaflBa The sale at W. P. Davis on the 14 was well attended and everything sold at fairly good prices. - S. D. P,rockman was on our streets on Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends at this place. Rev. Munyan filled his regular ap potntment at the Union church on Saturday nieht and Sunday. Mr. R. J. Stanley, of Sedalia is in our vicinity at present looking after his farm interest at this place. F- B. Downer and T. S.Owens, two of Salisbury's energetic business men spent a couple of days in our vicinity last week. Misses Lula Pitts and Fmma Riley to of Wtstville's fair damsels attended the entertainment at the hall on Fri day eight. Boone Baldwin and wife, of New Cambria spent Tuesday and Wednes day visiting the family of W. P. Davis of our town. W. P. I 'avis. J. M. Miller and W. J. Billcter, of our city attended a meet ing of the People's arty county com mittee at KeytcsviMe on Wednesday. Verily the "Pops" are not all dead vet. Jas. Fitgerald informs us that it is his intention to move from his farm to Ilynumville in the near future, lie will moc into th; house now occupied by Mrs. Anna Howell, and Jas. II. Hurt will move to Mr. Fs farm. Mr. Jas. M. Ikiwell is making life weary for some of our nimrods who have been hunting dutkson his premi ses. On Tuesday four of them were called before Sjuirc Bayne and fined $2 and costs for hunting on the premi ses above named. The exhibition given at the Bynum vill hall, on Friday night under the management of Miss lillie Ramsey was a pronounced success, standing room was at a premium, and at last the door was locked to prevent over crowding the hall, and many were the words of commendation bestowed ujon the teacher and scholars. Lagonda Lore. John Ma!one is still bothered with prevarication. Mrs. Ida Jones has been pro nounced insane from the effects of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. She! ton and J. D. Sharp were visiting friends, near Con cord this w eek. Mrs. Randolph died the 23rd inst. of consumption. She leaves several small hi.drcn. Mr. R. has the sym pathy Oi Mil. FJder Clcnn will preach at the Christian church next Sunday at it a. m. and 7 p. ra., all are exited to attend except candidates. Ixadsofduck shooters from Mar ecline, Ilrookficld and Macon arc camjed in the river timber and in the absence of ducks they are killing our early song birds lor pastime. Uncle Dan" gives his reasons for not attending church. Says his snoar- ing is sure to keep Ire awake during the services and cause him to lose his nap after walking so far to take it. A party of screnaders are making nights pleasant for us but we would request them to quit singing "The Judgment Day." give us "Angel Witis" or something not so distress ing. C Boehm has traded alll his houses and lands for a $6,000 dwelling, in Ilrookficld. The purchaser projKjscs to build a drugstore. Please don't do that doctor, if you exect to sell whis key. Cedes Echoes. Health in this community is good. There were two inches of snow on the ground Monday morning. Mrs. Steve MrCollum is very low with a combination of diseases. Mrs. lle'.l Sportsman visited her cousin. Mrs. Nathan Parks. Saturday The meeting being conducted at Adams Chat! by Rev. Neal is pro gressing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sims visited their daughter, Mrs. John Parks, near I'ce Ice last week. Miss Rebecca Embree after visit ing friends and relatives, in Salisbury, returned home Friday. ius Ada Cox, student of the N. M. I. at Salisbury spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Miller Goode and Mr. Egan, of near Prairie Hill, visited their uncle, Charles Epperly, last week, returning home Saturday. Misses Mollie Franklin and Luda Johnson and Luda's brother, Julius, spent several days with friends and relatives in Huntsville last week, re turning to their homes on Friday. Wesley Sullivan while cutting wood, near Brunswick, one day last week happened to a very painful accident cutting his foot nearly off. He is now stopping with his Grandpa Medlin, near this place. tiamden Happenings. The usual Sunday snow fell Sunday eve. Miss Pauline Ray, of Wcstville, visit ed Mrs. A. E. Clirvin Saturday and Sunday. Joseph Snyder and Clark Morly, of Hynumville. attended church at this place Sunday. A. R. Bayne is this week nursing a couple of pets on his hand which is gi ing him a great deal of trouble. Mrs. Newt Case has been danger ously ill for several weeks and at present is not expected to recover. Miss Lillie McCurry, of .near (luth ridge Mill,' visited her mother and at tended church at this place Sunday. Services have been conducted at the Catholic church all the week and will probably continue over next Sabbath. Miss Annie Powell, of near Hynum ville. visited her cousin. Miss Iaura, Sunday and attended services at- this place. Walter I.ightfoot moved Monday to the Ben Huffinton farm, near Mussel fork, where he will farm the coming season. Miss Ixu Kragcr.one of Bynumvillc most accomplished yong ladies, visited her cousin. Miss Alma McCurry, Satur day and Sunday. D. Ernest MtCun-y is representing a Chicago house in the sale of toilet soaps and extracts in which he is meeting with good success. The Hamdcn I'terory society gave an entcrtatnmcnt at the Hall on last night. (Thursday.) All present enjoyed themselves immensely. Geo. O. Reed and family, of Salis bury, were the guests of Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. McCurry, Saturday and Sunday. Several of our young eople attended the exhibition at Hynumville at the closing of Miss lillie Ramsey's school Friday and rejrt a grand time. Uncle liillie Nelson was taken sud denly ill Friday night with what was thought at first to be a paralytic stroke but he is at present much improved. Rev. S. T. Wallace filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday at eleven a. m. His next appointment will be Saturday eve before the third Sunday also the third Sunday at eleven instead of the fourth Sunday his regu lar ap'Kintmcnt. Salisbury Scribbllogs. J. W. Morris is opening up a. gener al store on 2nd street. Dr. Brummall is taking a post graduate course in medicine at a St. lxuis college. S. II. IStts has moved his stock of clothing into the building recently oc cupied by Ixcb llros. Mrs. C E. Hcdgpeth is learning the art of photography with R. B. Crow der, one of tne best artists in Missouri. A. II . Stewart, of Peru, Kansas, has been in our city a week or more on a business visit. He ouns property here. Judge Hayci has purchased the Wm. Clark propcrtys in Hutchinson's addition, and will soon move to the same. Rev. Foley, father of our barber friends, is visiting his sons in our city and attending the Baptist Bible insti tute. Capt. Eads, of CarroIIton, is ex CLtcd to speak here Saturday after noon. He is a prospective candidate for congTcss. Wm. W. Lucas rode the goat in the A. (). U. W. Tuesday night. He kept his balance and came out a 1 Workman. Miss Kate, daughter of H. H. Rich ardson, will be united in marriage to Dr. Milam, of Macon, Mo., to-day (Wednesday.) We are to have some ice after all. Eli Shire has brought on a supply and tells us the price will be much higher than last year. Otic Reed, son of X. C Reed, was married Tuesday to Miss Mattie Rat liff, of Kascyvillc, Mo. This is a worthy couple and we congratulate. Word comes from Clifton Hill of a shooting match between Dr. N. C Williams and Geo. I .ay. The doctor stopped a bullet with his leg but I.ay was more fortunate and was unhurt. The big candle at Reppenhagen's burned 26 days, 1 1 hours, six minutes and 52 seconds. Mrs. John Dameron won first prize, N. N. Nance second and J. M. Henderson third- The closest guess was within a few min utes of the exact time. J. A. Collet was over Wednesday laying a few rails on his fences where the captain had shoved them off. and looking for new timber. C O. Hous ton was also smiling as usual while keeping up the pumj-handle move ment among the voters. The other boys will drop in later. The well drillers are down about 600 feet and have struck a small flow of oil and some salt water. We look for them to strike gas next. If you see a flame shoot heavenward some of these dark nights, illuminating the whole country, put your ear to the ground and listen for "eureka." The candidates were with us last Saturday and made things lively all day. It was really amusing to pass along the street and see how earnestly the loys w ere pressing their claims on the voters. The lee side of buildings and convenient stairways were all brought into requisition for private in terviews. The A. O. U. W. lodge here is on a boom and candidates come flocking in every night. A degree of honor has been organized with 34 charter mem bers and more on the toll. Crovi dencc is the name of the lodge and the present officials are: P. C.Mrs. T. R. Hamilton; C. Mrs. F. B. Phil pott; recorder. Miss Helen Finks; re ceiver. Miss I-aura Johnson. We did hot get the other names of officials. On last Friday Marion Phelps and Ixn Winn, two good farmers living 4 miles south of town, became involved in a difficulty, when Winn cut Phelps several times with a pocket-knif. The wounds were not of a serious nature and Mr. Phelps is up and about. Winn was arrested and brought be fore T. Newbold, by whom he was held to appear before the grand jury at Keytesville in a bond of $500 While Geo. Herman, jr., and Frank Street were scuffling over a pistol at the residence of the late W. H. Pat terson, deceased, some miles south of town, the wcajon was in some manner discharged, the ball entering young Herman's leg just below the knee, from which it has since been extract ed and the wound is doing as well as could be expected. The shooting seems to have been accidental and no arrests will likely be made. Revol vers are dangerous playthings and should be kept out of the reach of boys. Indan Grove Items. When will spring be here? Quite a snow Sunday night. There was a musical entertainment, in town Friday and Saturday nights. J. Weller Long, the Populist orator, spoke at the Grove last Tuesday night. The meeting conducted by Rev. W. W. Akers closed last Sunday night A large crowd attended every night. Bose Newsome and Ed. Shackelford w ent to Oklahoma last Monday, where they will run a store connected with the oultry business. Some of the farmers in this vicinity did not wait for the snow to melt Mon day but were out bright and early turning over the soil. There w ill be a meeting in the Pres byterian church at this place, the first Sunday in April for the puqxree of organizing a Sunday school. An effort is being made to form a new school district out of part of the Wood, Pollard and Indian Gove dis trict. 1 1 they succeed there w ill be em ployment for one more teacher. Shaanondalc Sittings. Lon Pankey left Wednesday for Texas. The entertainment given by the Hurt school at Grant Hurt's factory last Fri day evening was well attended and pronounced a success by all. - Judge Parks narrowly escaped a ser ous accident Tuesday evening while driving down a hill the neck-yoke to his buggy broke aud it was only by jumping from the buggy that he as caped being hurt. Veal and Oscar Hayes, col., got into a difficulty over a game of craps at a "fcstible'" Saturday night in which Oscar recieved two serious cuts. The wounds were dressed by Drs. Tample and Mc Euea and at last reports were doing well. At last, His done! The magic spell which has so long bound the batchelor club of Shannondale together, as with iron bonds his been rent asunder. Wm. H. Heiman, posessed of more daring than any of his six brothers in the club, blindly stepped into the un known last Wednesday evening and led I Miss Lillie Snyder to the hymeneal altar. The words which made the twain one were spoken at the residence of the bride'i uncle, Thomas Snyder, in the presence of a few relations and friends by Rev. Ramsey. Those of the club who were present on this oc casion would probably say yes if some of the young ladies should take ad vantage of leap year privilege before its rememberance is forgoten. Dalton Dots. Dalto.i is on the boom. Ed Miiler, of Keytesville, was here Friday. The corn pens at Dalton are filling up rapidly and corn is coming in daily. H. G. Friesz and brother shipped one car load of cattle to St. Louis Friday. George Grotjan and John Fraker went over to Salisbury Sunday to see their best girl. Miss Mattie Owen, of Brunswick, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eph Moore, 2 miles east of Dalton. Misses Annie and Pearl Davenport, attending school at Salisbury, visited their parents Saturday and Sunday. John H. Wayland, of Salisbury, who is buying corn at this place, was over Friday. Mr. Kuhlman was bitten by a vicious hog Saturday, causing hiin cosiderable pain. Dr. Hughes dressed the wound. W. K. is getting along nicely since. Several of our A. O. U. W. brethern visited the Salisbury lodge on Thurs day night of last week and saw 9 new members ride the goat. They report a good time. I). R. Masin, of Brunswick, has bought a track of land in Dalton containing several lots from Henry Harris. Do not know what use Mr. Masin will make of his purchase. Ole Hanson, Dalton's street com missioner, is repairing the streets of this city, a job badly needed. It's just a matter of time when Dalton will be come the leading town of the county. Old Jack, one among, if not the old est mule in the state, died near Dalton, last Friday of old age. He was foaled in Tennessee in 1849 and was brought I to Missouri in 1853 and sold to Mr. Tohn Moore: irrandfather of 1. 1. Moore. of Keytesville. He afterwards come into possession of A. W. Edwards, who made a trip with him to Calfornia and back, after which . he was traded a number of times. As for back as can be remembered there were mortgages on his muleship by differnt persons at different times aggregating $3,000, his last owner was Henry Harris who had him for 10 years. Old Jack ate a hearty meal last Friday morning and died in two hours thereafter. An energetic woman about 30 years old applied for w ork at the office of the United States Rubber company in New York City, and was told by the clerk to go upstairs and see the fore man. The woman, not knowing the way, went out into the yard, and, seeing no other way to get up. she tucked up her skirts and ascended the fire escape to the fourth story. There she opened a window and climed in. to the sur prise of the foreman, who was standing near by. The foremm, alter recover ing from his embarrassment, asked her what she wanted. The woman stated her mission. She got the job. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Fine line of ladies' handkerchiefs at Mrs. Vandiver's. Jo. Hansman made a buisness trip to Moberly Tuesday. Something new ladies skirt sup porters at Mrs. C. P. Vandiver's. W. P. Price, of Dalton. was in Keytes ville Monday and left a shining dollar for the great weekly.- Miss Berkley, of near Fayette, is visiting her friend. Miss Lou Anna Stacy, of Keytesville. Messcrs. Hocker and West shipped three car loads of cattle and one load of hogs tq St. Louis last Tuesday. Mrs. Swisher and daughter, Miss Susie, of Slater, are visiting Mrs. Lizzie Jeter and family, southwest of town. Dress Making A share of your patronage solicited. Shop over Mercantile Go's, store. Ninnie Lowrv. Mrs. George Dewey went to St Ix)uis Monday for a short visit to her sister. Miss Mollie Tippett, and other friends. Belts! Belts! Everything that is new and noby in that line can be seen at Mrs. C. P. Vandiver's. A man up at Milan has brought suit for damages against his neighbor who owned a dog that went mad and bit the little daughter of die plaintiff. B. F. Moore, our public administra tor of Chariton county, and candidate for re-election, was in town Wednes day and made us an appreciated calL Mr. S. P. Ewing has been somewhat indisposed since his return to Keytes ville from Platte county, but the healthy atmosphere in and around Keytesville and the association of old friends is setting him up all right again. He has charge of the Kellogg warehouse in Keytesville. James L. Applegate, of St Louis, "the most popular est man," as some anti-grammarians would have him. ever raised in Keytesville, dropped in to see his old friends Wednesday. He is looKtng well and does not yet know whether he will move to Keytesville or not He has an inkling this way however. 16 tot. I understand that reports have been circulated that I am a gold-bug. Noth ing was ever more false, I was never anything but a true Democrat all my life, and am now and ever have been an uncompromising tree silver Demo crat at 16 to 1. B. F. Moore, Candidate for Public Administrator. John Carroll and Ben Medley while working at McCollum's saw mill, 2 miles east of Keytesville had a close call for their lives Wednesday. While rolling a log on the carriage a limb from an overhanging tree fell, striking Medley on the back injuring him con siderably. Dr. Downing was called to see hini and reported him doing well. John Carroll was struck on the head across the back and one hand but was not seriously hurt The limb was un sound and light else the danger would have been much greater. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whcrran. John G. Johnnon. and Mary F. Johnson. hi wife, oi Salinbury. Chariton County. MlftKOurl. by their deed of trust made on the 15th day of Soplorubor, 1M92, and recorded in the Recorder ofttce oC Charlton County. Minouri, in Book 8 at Page 69 and following, conreyed to the Mianiasippt Valley Trust Company, as trus tee, the following described real estate nita ated in Salisbury, Chariton County. Mis souri, known and described as follow; to wit: All of Lot Number nine (9). in mock number (4) in the City of Salisbury. Chari ton County. And. whereas, the said con veyance was made in truxt to secure tite payment of a cerUn note in said d.-cd of. trust described at d the performance of cer tain covenants therein et out. and default has been made lit the payment of said nota and the performance of said covenant. And. whereas, the Mississippi Valley Trust Company, named as Trustee in saw convey ance, has declined to act in accordance with, the terms of said deed of trust, the under Mgucd. Sheriff vf the County of Chariton, thereupon became successor to the said trubt with all the powers of the original trustee. Now. therefore, the underMicnedL at the request of the legal holder of said note and deed of trust, will, on Monday, the '27th day of April, 1896. between the hour of nine (9) a. m. and five 5) p. m of that day. at th'.; fr nt doer of the Post-omce In the City of .Salisbury, '"harlton County and Siate of MHsou l. pro ceed to sell the property hTelnJwfore des cribed at public vendue to the hichest bid der for cash, for the purpose of said trust. jaxks K. DEwrprr. Sheriff of Chariton County. Missouri.