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J' The ......... i Sells CHALMERS THE BEST'OAUTOMOBILE ON EARTH AT The Right to Own and Carry Deadly Weapon Question Representative Sisson of Miss issippi has introduced a bill in Congress which would impose a tax of $10 on every deadly fire arm manufaftiirod. hoU. stnrod. i kept or owned bv whomsoever, The second clause in tho Con-l - - , r xtitution gives the eople the right to keep and carry arms. New York has a law ngainst owning as well at earning any weapon of the pistol or revolver type. Missouri by statute imposes a penalty of $50 for carrying concealed wcan. All of which. in the several states undertaking to promote the peace and there-1 A.Keeting MACHINE SHOP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHING Wagons, Buggies and all kinds of Farm Machinery. Can sell you any kind of steam or pemoline engine, Horse shoing and repair work ot all kinds. Best machine oils and Hansford's Balsam of Myrrh linement for man and beast. Large ware-room across street. I will appreciate your patronage and do you right. A. Meeting, Keytesville, Mo. LAXATIVE 8G.1T FlIIG TO TOV II ma? W take tor raat4 thM ikm W m faanily that dor met aoma Uom 4 a kum If fom doa'l kaowt a too budti (ka laaa tkn rom ara mig ia lUmg ka flt, at to call femr mwnt'mm to Dr. CaMwcira Syrwp Fcpaia. wkarfc Ihoa anda ol faoiitoa art Mr tacma- faiir. Wa kat acortt ol Irtttra from xHkf. 4 aewti (roaa ptoiaactit Mrt lkjr art miing h rm llr and tn-wf tt l ih UriUm. ma lika Mr. C K. Smth el the Traffic Ofring Hoaaf, Tin Bluff. Art, and Mr. Cctxp a Taraar, a harper Harks, Kf. Tkc tho. and el motketa bo It tkm aA4 sM it l tWir caildrra would Ukk A0 math tpaft ! mn tin. ' ' T ttom Ifctf Syrop Vic tim li that H N I mild, mt l((. fore, is as effective as prohibition 'ener train ''gone thru" by a or local option in the discourage-' lone bandit, and not a man with mcnt of the drink habit Not a I means of protection to use if de metropolitan daily any where sired. The law abiding citizen but which recounts each morn-' has everything to lose and noth ing from one to a dozen robber- ing to gain and the thug every ies, burglaries, holdups, strong I thing to gain and nothing to lose jarnrjow. purse snatching, raj. clipping, deadly political i . . encounters and other crimes, and in TO exses out of a hundred, the victim entinridatcd by some fire arm. The fpectaclo if a dozen big, brave enough men being ordered out of a coach or auto mobile van. lined up with hands up and ransacked of everything about them by one or two roblwrs. worse still, pass- tirccoa)k Ikal 4o aot t'P Ut um4 ytt to muU that babte caa lake M. It loaie tocrc4ictMa kW oraia ik todf aa4 atrMgian im ton act a ad ktl awKki ao ikal thrj aala) do iWar work aarwinr II yoa k km a vkiim c4 aalu pilla aad atrona; catkarlKk jroa wilt discard Xhrm mwtm jroa oacc a Snrp Pfpua. Yoa caa bar fifty crat or on dollar bottla of aajr dractUt bal be 'ort tfoina; ao fm aaay ant to try M lr-. If ao. Mad four addrca to Dr Caldwell and ba will promptly for ward free aampla boltla. Tkcn. b tnf convinced, do aa otketa arc doinf and bay h in iKa rrfular way of yom favorite dracfiat. For ike fret aample addrrii Dt. W D. Caldwell. J2 CaldweU baildina; kloaticcllo. III This Monogram -inBlamandWhiU en th Radiator , $tanda for all yon cm ask in a -Motor Car, THE PRICE by such enactments. No legislat- ive enacts laws intentionally which would operate to the dis-, advantage of the jwacahle, busi-' ncss man. but under stress of politics Kuch laws have been panscd and of course, as the community approve or disapprove they are observed or dlsrejrard cd. So lonjj as there are thcives, thujrs and various other kind of crooks, there w 111 be reason for means of repelling them, and no statute law which deprive the good citizen of the right to so prepare himself, should be per mitted to remain in the book. caaaMHaBBaaaaaMaaaaaM To Gov. W ilson's Credit From the Indianapolis News. The publication of the WUson Harvey Ictteri on the heels of the Watterson't final statement is a fortunate incident We know now how to estimate the va!ue of Mr. Watterson's sentence, "VhiUt Gov. Wilson was. rcceiv Injc popular applause because of his sacrifico of private friend ship to public duty he was rmvilinT mt II rv.u'i fi pardon for shami lcM and heart- leas treatment he admitted having bestowed on Harvey atthcMan hattan aub." And to think that ! a journalist- a lifelong journal ist practiced in the use of words and in weighing them, should reach tuch a conclusion from the letters which passed between Gov. Wilson and CoL Harvey -kttrn honorable alike to both men. Surely the public might think that our journalistic gods have not only feet, but beads of clay (To feci bow grievously Mr. Wattcnon has been blinded by passion on has only to read those four letters that passed between Gov. Wilson and CoL Harvey. ik previous incident in Gov. Wilson's brief and brilliant public career they re dound altogether to his credit. They reveal Mm more of a man than ever. They show the sen. siUvencM and kindlineasof a true gentleman. And it is pleas ant to be able to aay that they also reflect credit on Col. Harvey. K WANTED-Man past SO with horse and buggy to sell stork condition powder in Chariton County. Salary 70 per month. Address 0 Indurtrial HWg , Indianapolis, Ind. LINN Mrs. M. L. Miller, mother of Miss Anna Miller the efficient principal of the Linneus high school died at her home in Shelby last Friday alter a lingering ill ness of stomach trouble. Mrs. Miller was 59 years of age and the mother of four girls. The city council met in Mar celine Monday evening and let the contract for- paving . four blocks on Kansas avenue and Wet Lake streets. Four bids were handed in at the regular meeting held last Monday eve ning but owing to a slight diff erence in the manner of wording the bids no decision was reached- An enthusiastic meeting was held in the Santa Fe reading room, in Marceline last Friday evening to perfect the organiza tion of the Santa Fe County Club of Marceline. The charter closed that evening with a total of ninety-three who had complied with all the requirements of the organization. L T. Sean is president of the Club. Miss Olive Lucius daughter of Oliver Lucius of Brookfield who was attending the 'Illinois State University eloped with Herbert Schwabacher a Peoria youth whose fortune is said to be one half million and who was attending the University at the same place. They will make their home at Peoria. Adams and son of Brookfield have the plans perfected for building of a cold storage plant. the latest electric plan under their big wholesale building at a cotit of about 10.000. It will be larj;e enough to store twelve car loads of tropical fruits. Ir. Francis H. Newton, who had moved to Marceline from Elmer last summer entering the drug business at Marceline died at his home in the vet part of town last Monday. a J. E. Ellis one of Madeline's mercantile business men the other day sold all his grocery stock and part of his clothing stock to parties in Macon Mo. Mr. Ellis will still remain at the old stand with the part of dry goods he kept back. Which con sist of mens and ladies cloth ing. Judge C C Bigger who has been living on his farm north of Marceline has bought the resi dence of Judge J. H. Oat- man in the north part of the city and will move bis family there for a permanent home. Mrs. Susan Caroline .Williams wife of Henry H. Williams died at her home in Brookfield but Wednesday at the age of C6 years. Deceased leaves a hus band, one arm and three daught ers. E. K. and Daniel GrindataT moved' to Laclede with their families from Sumner but Fri day and are occuyping Dr. Z. T. Stand ly 'a residence. They will work with the K. C bridge car pesters, who have their head quarters in Laclede. Marriages;-Rufu L Powell of Linneus and Sybil Alice Merrick of Browning. Ira Gooch of Purdin and Vina Pew of Laredo. Walter Jerome aad Martha Hamack both of Purdin. Morel J. Lasher and Mae E. Bumard both of Brookfield. 1 O. D. Gray, of the Sturgeon Leader, on of Miseour's moat sucoeaful young newspapermen, has bought an Interest in the Columbia Statesman. This paper lsnow owned by Harry Jacks, WiDtArn Hirth and 0. D. Gray, three Hv wires, who will keep the statesman up to its preacnt high standard. While Mr. Gray will continue to run the Sturgeon Leader, ho will spend a part of rich week in Columbia, looking trier hiainterent In the Statca-r-n, of which he wtl now be the '.Izr.-Mexico Lodger. CAPITAL STOCK t2S,CC0. SURPLUS $23,CC0. -FARMERS ANK-' : sOF CHARITON COUNTV A. 8. TATLOR. PrwaldaaT : H. C MILLBR, CaerUwY J. C WALLACE. Tloo Proa. O. P. BAT, Ami. Caabie ALECK TAYLOR, AaalaUat Caaklew. Doea a Uanaral Banking- Bualneaa. Exohanga ou ail ' ' ' PrindpaJ Cltlaa. Paya Intereet on lima Certinoataa. " T" YOUR AOCOUNT SOLICITED ' . ' ItEYTESVlLLE, (Phono 89) MISSOURI. 1 If You Would be a Man If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; ": If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, I And make allowance for their doubting too, ' . If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or, being hated, don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good or talk to wise. If you can dream and not make dreams your master, fl you can think and not make thoughts your aim, If you can meet with triumph and disaster, ' . . And treat those two impoetota ' just the same; If you can bear to have the truth you've spoken, Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, , . Or see the things you gave your life to broken. And turn and build them up again with worn-out tools. If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue. Or walk with kings,- nor lose the common toach. If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you. If all men count with you. yet none too much. If you can fill each unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run. Yours is the earth and every thing that's in iU And. which is more, you'll be a man, my son. Kipling. CAStORIA lot Ia&at aai Cailarta, Tki Iti la iw AJixji Efct Boars tka Btfaalar of America's First Newspaper The first newspaper in Amer ica was issued in Boston on Sep tember 25, 1G90. It was printed by R. Pierce for Benjamin Har ris. In the first Issue the pub lisher promised that the paper "shall be furnished once a month (or if a Glut of occurrences hap pen, oftencr) with aa account of such considerable things as have occurred unto our notice; to give a faithful relation of all such things, and to enlighten ' the public aa to the occurrenta of Divine Providence." It gave a summary of the important news of the time, and was quite read able if not exactly spicy. To us it would appear a very harmless sheet; but the authorities of (hat day were rigid In their censor ship of the pre, and after a few Usuca Mr. Harris' paper was opprosaed becaua "It came out oontrary to law, and eon tainod reflection of a very high nature." ..... , CHtifrm orj CAOTORIA IW.Tbisr . Wa ofar Oa Ilaadra Dollar Ra ar for aar aaaa of Catark tkat oaaaot eara ky ItalTa CaUrrk Cur. T. t. CttEJtKT A CO.. TwtMto, a m niW(it ham m T. I. ' T f' Dm tmM U a4 km mm fmnmrf lM,Ma In all liualiw tfmmmu n4 tMivHaltr tM. tn nni mo aar oMlntMM mi hr Ma Arm. NATIONAL BANK Or OOMMEaCK Tola. O TUtl'a ftf rSira la lakao InlM-natTr. rung mrritf ! Iha hto4 aa4 rwu tnrlmr af iia araiam. THna. i ar all In. , . n n,u aofii a-. j laballati j'tohsorial'! SHAVES SHAMPOOS HAIR-CUniNB ' MASSAGE BATHS Up - to - Date 3 Chair Barber Shop. Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 PalaceBarberShop J. H. Davis, Pkoh. Restaurant SHORT1 ORDERS HOT : AND : COLD : LUNCH Hogulir Meals. Hoard- . ing and Lodging. F'ur uishnl rooms by daj. week or month. Canned Goods Cigars Tobacco Young Block. B. M. GARDNER, PROP. EAST BOUND tNo. 12, Moberly Ac'm. a m No. 70, local freight (except Sunday) 120 pm No. 12. St. L Express 423 p m No. 4. Atlan. Ex. (flag) ll2a m WEST BOUND t No. 51, K. C Accom. . .6 SO a m No. 3. We. M. Ex. . .203 p m tNo. 63, K. C Accom.. 4:48 p m No. 71. Local Freight - (ex cept Sunday) 020 am t Daily except Sundays J. M. Truby, Agent Whitam, Ma. Time Tabic EAST BOUND INo.70 Local freight, F 2:lSpm Na 12 St Louis Accom. 3.-07 p m WESTBOUND tNo. 71 Local freight, F m No. 3 Mail ft Ekprejs 307 p m IStop on flag only. t , N. D. Wrjgut, Agent Children Ory fci ruTcsirs CAOTORIA AtRSost Loct Hit Uit S. A. Slid, of Uaaon, Ukh., will never forget his terribl ex poure to a merrilcci stom. ."It gav m a dreadful cold,' he write, "that caused vevere pains in my chest, so it was bard forfcato breathe. A ndrhbor gar me. several do of Dr. King New Discovery. which brought great relief. The doc tor said I was on the verj of pneumonia, but to continue with th Discovery. I did ao and two bottle completely cured me." Vk only this quick, safe, reli able medicine for coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price ROc aad fl. Trial bet: J frcr. C.t-r.teed by all drr-, wvv N a.