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O. P VANDI7ER. Kd.and Prop. KEYTESVILLE,- MISSOURI. Entered at the Post-offlce at Keytesville. Mo., as second-class matter. Money to Loan Minter & Craw ley, Keytesville. Our genial old friend and fellow- A little daughter of Dr. b. Ai townsman. Michael Marnane. a son of Ritcheyof Mendon nairowly escaped the Emerald isle, and his wife expect being burned to death last Tuesday by L. t ii-u c omolher ciothiner catching fire from tne lO roOVC VJ XVttUVlUlUll ounugs buujv. i o o time next week, where Mr. Marnane 5loc- rraranaiay ner rowu., .... . t-.i- t I brought her father to her rescue, and will nave cnarge oi tne uam-uuusc , . . . j r. l uic lire was cauu"uisiicu, uui uui -Iamsv rhA IVn n T COO Cnn .1 O UU11U tuw vvuiuft jvi 1- - , , . J ill I CI cUl Ul UIC 1UL1C gUl a UUUllUg The editor of the Courier and his her hair and eye-brows were more or hter half aratefullv acknowledge the less burned. In extinguishing the rPint of an invitation to attend the names Dr. Ritchey's hands were pain celebration of the 25th anniversary of ful,y but not seriously burned. the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Stockwell at their home in Salisbury, Saturday evening, March 5th. . Dr. M. J. Breaker of St. Louis, one of the strongest ministers of the Baptist faith, and also corresponding secretary B. L. Singleton has sold his 40-acre of the Home Missl0n board, will preach j at the Baptist church in Keytesville Owing to the bad roads the Keytes ville Roller mDls are not running: this week. Hon. A. W. Johnson of Salisbury was over last Tuesday on professional farra 2 1-2. miles west of Indian oroveto vm. kerning lor .3. next Thursday evening, March Zxd The freezing and thawing weather ingiei0n ww rauvc n,. Breaker will be assisted in the having is hard on the c - evening's devotions by Rev. Hanna of Stanberrv. In iustice to the last named gentleman we will say that he is You don't have to wait not related to the notoxious Mark efvfifl1 rinv to oet a car- Hanna. All are cordially invited to net at Pnsenstein's. He attend the services. we are now wheat crop. This is nice weather to fx up your sidewalks, and everybody knows they need fixing. in the huckster business. He will oc- ! cupy the Fuqua residence property. The Methodist Mite society meets hag an elegant assortment at the residence of Judge H. C. Minter jn stock at all times and A. M. Brill, one of Keytesville's this (Friday) evening. can please yOU On anything gentlemanly grocery merchants, has We are very sorry to hear that from a small ttlg to a fine sold his goods and store-room fixtures Mrs. W. H. Finch of Brunswick is velvet Brussels. to J. C T. Kubo, a son-in-law of Mrs. very low with consumption. Blair Miller, the junior partner of George Friesz and has made his home in Capt. Curtz, Mendon s war veteran, paid his respect; Courier office last Tuesday. Kevtesville for a vear or more. - r ir 1 :n Jl J 1 c r I mexicau ryicbvmc a uiuuci uiy gu, m, RJr Brin en aQOther av)ca, tne Miner a L.ems, went to at. iouis last Adam Gehrig, the wide-awake furni ture dealer at Mendon, transacted business at the capital last Friday. to Wednesday night to lay in a stock of new spring and summer goods. Upon Blair's return the newest and nobbiest styles can be found at Miller & Lewis' establishment. tion, but he has not yet determined what it will be. Mr. Kubo will take charge next Tuesday, March 1st, and we bespeak for him a liberal share of the public's patronage in his mercan tile venture. Tudee Rucker is holding down the bench on the Brookfield end of the Linn county circuit court this week. W. T. Dunn, father-in-law of our circuit clerk, H. B. Richardson, has Keytesville merchants who want to keep pace with Keytesville s boom this year must advertise their business. The village of Dalton is now putting trust, may be their happiest. on airs to the extent of four mails a HM-Ptnfnre thev have onlv had T. H. Carskadon, who j j j two. T. T. Elliott, Jr., has given up his sold off most of his personal effects at position as traveling salesman for the the old family homestead near Prairie Clark's thread people, and has accept Hill and has moved to Salisbury ed an agency with the Equitable Life where he and his good wife expect to Insurance Co. He is now canvassing pass their declining years, which, we m Keytesville, and if you don't want to take out a life insurance policy you T. H. Carskadon, who has been living on Judge J. B. Hyde's large farm 3 1-2 miles west of Keytesville. Herring Bros, of five miles north- has wound up his partnership affairs west of this place shipped in two car wjth the judge ana has moved back to RnnU-M- 1 . T-J S C I . -r-w I lasi w eunesuay ior nis own iarm just across tne lane, ti. P. Eastwood has rented and taken charge of Judge Hyde's place. had better give "Tom" a wide berth for he will talk you to death, and that would be the greatest calamity that would befall you, especially if you had not previously had your lite insured in loads of cattle feeding purposes Wm. A. Taylor of this vicinity has brought an attachment suit against Go to Jos. F. Hans- J3, T Pope of threemiIes - ii r town, to recover $150 rent, wmcn tne Illdll ctnu. Udii iui 111a piajntiff claims is due him from the de. 1 crt 1 3 J3 f I , XOt7JL 11 clllU-JIlctUt; JOU Ul - lenaant tor tne year 1S97 tor the use bon. You will find it ofa I37"acretractof ,and owned b A. F. Owen, the senior proprietor of the Eagle Roller mills at Brunswick, was at the capital last Saturday look ing after his milling interests. The Christian Endeavor society had . t 1 .1 1 r matured well, nalata- lhe pWtarKi occu pied by the de- , . I11 -t j - . 1 fendant during said year. The case bridge street last Monday evening. 0j.tj ailU STriUtlV purtJ. ef fn , tp- r Tif . T J. H. Green, a prominent Salisbury Frank Plunkett, an 18-year-old Moss' court, Saturday, March 6th, 1 1 lumber merchant, was stricken with youth from Farmerville, West Virginia, I and promises to develop into quite an apoplexy last week, but is now, we is a new resident of Keytesville. He interesting legal contest, as Mr. Pope claims to have a contract showing: that mmmmmmmimmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtd MILLER & I2S I Invite the ladies of Keytesville and vicinity If g to call and inspect their large and- well-assorted 1 stoc k of Embroideries and White Goods, which ! Il have just been received. 1 We also have left from our winter stock nine i g jua,uie uauiiets ana eignz Xiaaies Uapes, which 3. 1 we will Close Out at One-Half Price. i 4 Call and see us. Respt, 3 m LEW KEYTESVILLE, MO. 3 iuiuiuuiiuiUiuiuiuiuiumiiumuiuMiuuiumuiUiMUiuiumiiummmiumm Harry Salter, who knocked down and robbed a Malta Bend, Saline county, merchant last December, and also ab ducted a 14-year-old girl about the same time, was located in a cabin out on the Chariton river between Salis bury and Keytesville by City Marshal Gilchrist of Salisbury one day this week, and who, with the assistance of Constable Edwards of Marshall. Saline county, placed Salter under arrest. He attempted to use his shot-gun when Mr. Gilchrist entered the cabin, but the officer grabbed the murderous- ooking gun and shoved his pistol un der Salter's nose, thus forcing him to surrender. The prisoner was taken back to Saline county by Constable Edwards to stand trial. Salter is re garded as a desperate character, and it is said that among other crimes he has committed he killed a man in Macon county a few years ago. To Cure a Cold la One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists relund the money If it tails to cure. 23c. 1 "l are glad to near, aoout an ngnt again. wiM make his home with his cousin, The Wabash railroad has "set 'em up" to the stock shippers from Keytes ville station, having completed ?ub- stantial new stock pens at the station last Wednesday. Lewis Daniels, the Dean Lake (or Snyder) liveryman, plants an "ad." in this issue of the Courier. Remem ber Mr. Daniels when you are in his locality and need anything in his line. T. C. Rucker, who also took Horace he had also rented the place for the Greeley's advice several years ago and year 1898 as well as for 1897, but Mr came West to grow up with the coun- Taylor avers that this part of the con- try." Young Plunkett is a cousin to tract was annulled by mutual agree our esteemed friend, J. T. Plunkett, of ment although not in writing Brunswick as well as to Mr. Rucker 1 Chariton Farm for Sale Cheap. I have an 80-acre farm 1-4 mile south of Dalton, with good five-room house, good fence and most all in cul tivation. Also 4 acres in Dalton and some good lots in Dalton for sale cheap. J. E. Gordon, Dalton, Mo No Hung Jury On this Case: a! ! "! Of the people is that A. M. Brill is G-uilty of selling more Staple aud i! Fancy Groceries for less money than il any other G-rocer in Keytesville. il Tlx Sentence j Is that all people shall be informed m of this fact ana warned to buy their m G-roceries, Queensware, G-lassware, Cigars and Tobacco, Flour, Feed, m Etc., of Brill or suffer Tlie IFeixsLl-fcy li Of getting inferior goods at exhorbi- jrf tant prices. Remember that I handle the cele- V brated Brunswick Flour, which has Mf ofew equals and no superiors. W. Keytesville, Mo. M i l l it W il il il il il il il il i l il il il il il) il il il il w 1 To Make Hens Lay . W. W. Pucker, Democratic candidate T . 3 J. M, Green, who carries the mail! JuuSe on the star route between Kevtesville -uuulJ' s I and Musselfork, was seen throwing up c?Dgress. delivered a speech at Hunts- his hat and yelling at the top of his vlue ,asi aturaay, ana maae a spien 1 j: j ; r ,f ,? vn,i,cf Cnu tt. o impression upon nis auaience his friends that he iust couldn't helD from what we are abIe to hear of his "I: u .u . v efforts. The prosDects are indeed SSTK erdl : Pressing his joy over ,he nice gir, flattering forjudge Rucker ,o capture: " - r' k, Mrc r,rppn nrpnt. the Randolph delegation to the next auces the bonded indebtedness of the ' . , rniKrrPcoVnoi nnA . . .. .. . ed him on Sundav. Februarv 20th. congressional convention, and that,. district to $5,000. ire original nond- ' ed indebtedness was $12,500. and keep young chickens in good for j healthy condition use Anglo-American Poultry Food. The board of education of the too, almost without a dissenting voice j If VOU want fine ready- from the Democrats of that county. To Kill Lice and Chiggers dust your chicken and hen house with Instant Louse Killer. Ladies, you will find all made clothing, remember we don't see how it could well be p of nf the latent novelties in that Rosenstein Of BrUttS- otherwise, for Chariton county has Ul Q JlfltU dress goods atRosenstein's. fwick has the JarSest, most always been loyal to Randolph coun- of RonPS fie carries tne most coma v uju ivi. m 1 a (.auuiumcs iui .uugrcss. auu a. nlete line between St Chariton county. Rosen- Randolph county has no candidate of Louis and Kansas City. stem is also the leader in her own who aspires to congressional up-io-uaic jCULJ itiiu nonors tms year, sne would De . Dut B. F. Davis, cne of Salisbury's ladies' f UrniShinff goods. doin her dutv in Davins her nolitical bustling live stock dealers, shipped a . debts by voting for Judge Rucker, and car load of hogs from Dalton to St. Rev. Vance Price of- Bristol, Tenn., at the same time administer a just re- Louis last Tuesday, G. L. Sisler of wno n" UC.1U .U1 . suc.S3iU1 buke to the "congressional combine" t 1 1 r or any otner Kina or animal try our Stock Food. It makes them shed and brings them out in fine shape. imK xmK Tome to Pay Upo All those indebted to me are earnestly requested to call and settle their accounts. I hate been indul gent to you, and I trust you, will s7iow a proper appre ciation of that indulgence by settling your account tcith me without further notice. 1 hanking you for your past patronage, and as suring you that I shall continue to s trite to please you in goods and prices during 1898, Iam Yours Truly, V. D. VA(JGRAN. P. S. 1 7tave -several healing stoves of the very best makes that I will trade for corn at the highest nnar7cel price. who has held quite successtui pro- Keytesville station accompanying the tracted meetinSs in Keytesville at two of lg96 shipment as "pig puncher." ainerem um, 5loppeu ncrc vcu- nesaay auernuun wnwe uu G. G. Herman and wife moved into way home and remained until the Henry Forrest residence property yesterday afternoon with some of his in the southeast part of town last Mon- admiring friends at this place. He day. Hugh Sportsman, who occupied was on his way home from Albany, the domicile, having moved out to his Mo., where he recently closed a meet- farm five miles soutneast 01 town. me at which there were 47 conver- Our good friend, ueorge K. L,ayher, who was once a Wabash agent at) Speaking Of dry goods, Kevtesville. but who has been rapidly there isn't real! V DUt one 4 v climbing the ladder of promotion, has dry goods store in Chari' met with another advance in position ton COUntV. ana tnat IS and salary, which his numerous friends Rosenstein's, Brunswick. here will be glad to know. George If VOU Will Call at his enters uoon his new duties, next Tues- mammoth establishment day. March 1st, having been appointed in Brunswick yOU will be lorl freiaht aeent for the Wabash at easily Convinced Of the Bnfao. :; v k ' - of this statement. sneed's drug-co. LeAjs Daniels ORDER Oh PUBLICATION. PROPRIETOR OF Awarded Miissst Honors World's Fair. 'DE; ss. STATE OF MISSOURI. , vouniy 01 cnanton, ' In the Circuit Court ot Chiriton County. Avru term, loas. JoaeDll Latham, claintlft. nritinat CnrnHa Latham, defendant At this day come? the plaintiff herein, by hie attorney, and U appearing to the Court ioai me aeienaani is not a resident oi the State of Missouri. Whereupoa it la ordered Li?cr nd Feed $ table Snyder, Missouri. Good turnouts f urn if hed at reasonable ratoa QfD , drivers when so desired. JV portion of th ti.tW;') eiai by the Court that said defendaet bo notified I ia roonortfn I 1t- cnlim'fa by publication that nlaintifl hMnmWn a suit against her in this Court, the object , and eeneral nature of whiph fa to nhioin I onyciOi, JJLLo. judgment and decree of this Court divorcing I tim from the bonds of matrimony hereto- i ions contractea with tne defendant, and that i Fenejs Pntts ' um.m AAV, .u Ajuaua Km OUU a pear at this court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court-house poruon of the public's patronage Lewis Daniels. tor Safe. I have a let of good fence posts for JEiTfW" ity-0 . fTif?vu le ln nty. on sale; also about 250 or -too cords of the 4th day of Arnil next, and on or twfnre ' J J tu,U3 Jl meeiicn aay oi said term, the same will be I gOOu COru WOOu taken as rnnfmavl. nnri lurlirmnnr rill Ko I re?ra?coi?iu13r- . L. R. Haggard. auu ibis lunner orcerea tnat a copy nereol yuutiBucu ua-uruiui' in law in inRi hirt w. . . . ton Courier, a weekly newspaper published a,ra vuarterljr Meetings. m hi county. a. a. juuhakuson, r.,(D;iu:..:. it.,... Circuit Clerk. I i.ut.in.uii i xicicua., lviarcn Dr MOST PERFECT MADE. A -.-"re G'ar Cream of Tartar Powdsr. . j.u Arutiionia, Alum or any other adulUrsnt 40. YEARS THE STANDARD. Free A true codv from the rword I t 5th anrl i th- lvwf-vlHo Vltnou mv unH th. .l i I - ' J uwuv. tUD COA Ul IUCV1II.U1L f-T' Court of Chariton County, this station, March 20th; Prairie Hi!I circuit at Washington, April 9th and 10th. Dentist and;oral Snrgsfla. '..1: r. TEETff , Without pain. made for ex- 'paction where parties piates. fine Gold Fill lnZs Jrowa ana BrMn work a specialty. uce over KeyiesViiiA fnt HIV. jlTI . - sruaranteed. Offlce ow. L-t "i?LS;a8S and canule Co. Prices Moderate J. R. A. Vaughan, P. E.