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BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 21, 1901.
Some More Shell Hiding.
At New Hamburg.
Wtiltn tlmv urn nut Hwetirinir out
loud, yet huiiio of our merchants na
verv niucii dmappouiteu lit tiie nop-
The Cardwell-Peoubllc Libel Suit ntuUgo-futch ittuothoaofgettitifr.ur
"IC WOIUWSII ipuuilW UIWW 0UU trying to get. fwlglit over the Hbuck
Htkst I T Calkai4 DAliieaH 4r rr railroad. Frank Uroicnti nud C.
iiusuvvi wurwiwwi iVu9vu Sv DankH hnvo had their Christmus
am rho Wtrnoee Snn1 ..Whn Pun. good nt the Capo for mm thmia
nished the Boodle to Stop the Case?
.Taut oh the people of Missouri were
In a fair way to tret noiae inutile In
formation regarding the men who
niiiuugc to kep themselves at the
head of the Democratic party in thin
Htate, tt wan iiiiuouiimhI that the
Cm-dwell llltel mitt against the Bt.
Lout Republic hud liecn "dbtiiilsscd,"
and that Oardirell hail received n
handsome sum of money an a Halve
for his wounded honor.
nut the Hnrdwcll cam 1km nerved
It imriiose. They didn't put the
. ...1.' 1.. ' ..t. I. OMtnuv nl
i-urn ill iiiirK i-iiiukii. w "iu.'
Btuto 8am Cook, ex-Governor Ste
phens, nud various others were put
tin the witness stand, mid nil testified
t tint the i-orporutintM furnished the
lint for a comnlcte bill of particulars
regarding the manner of receiving
mid dlstributimr. the witnesses re-
f erred tlin court to James M. Kel
Iwrt. nrcsent Chuirmmi of tho State
Committee. Thin wnsesieelally true
as regnrdsthecontrlbutlonof $2.ii00
irom the urewers, wiuen conirinuuou
it seems, Mr. Sclbert received jwr
potmlly and distributed personally
"in tlin doubtful nullities."
linn. It u-iim ininortntit to have
Mr. Beibert present im ft witness. He
was Mibrxpwed but fulled toiipucnr;
wan again subpomird, with the name
result. Mr. 8ciliert defied both tho
tiutlinritlcsuud the law. In fact, lie
wecmed to consider himself above
cither. Whv hhonldu't he? Ho hnH
hud a master Jiuml in the creating of
both! , w
Hut Mr. Walsh, nttorney for Mr.
Cnrdwi-11. concluded to put matters
to a tet and went to tit. LonU to
bring Mr. Selliert by ftttachmeiit.
The papers were served by a eon
Htable.but Mr. Sftlwrt tried to ignore
nervlci. It wnaevldently humiliating
to haveii oneliorse constable come
m-oiind nud thus insult" a big
political bows. Hut the constable
tood firm, nud finally the "boss '
nuggosted tiiat they walk over to
the office of Martin L. Clnrdy. chief
attorney for the Missouri l'neitie
KiitKilnir tin otili-c of Mr. Clanly it
Willi II iiimtniiHil that some sort of n
rumor was afloat tlmt the case of
f:,ir.hrpll nirnlust tiie Koimblii; had
lieen dismissed. The constable wan
told to take matters easy find more
information would be at hand later.
A Imio- ilUtiutco tcleDhone connec
ted Mr." Third v' ollieo with Kansas
Cltv. Our information in from the
mw.. In a little white it was
nnnouiiced that the wise was
"settled." On thl information Mr.
JSchVrt was released.
N'oiv thi nuestioii arises: Who
K-ttliil the wish and why? The suit
was against the lleptiblic because It
had published n letter signed by 8am
Cook. A conviction could not hnve
injured the ltepublie'M varnclty for
the letter was signed! The Republic
Kimihaticallv denies that slio had
anv knowledge of a settlement, or
im' intended settlement of the milt.
Then, who did it?
Yes, who did it? Hero another
cart load of shells were hidden. Who
wan it that settled with Mr. Curd
well? Mr. Canlwell sny ho doe not
know. He says that a rami tele-
S -united to meet him at tho Midland
otel, Knusiis City, to settlo tho
wilt against the Republic, and that
tho man registered as 0. K. Brown,
but no one seema to bo able to
" htetttify the man "Brown."
Hut it mutters not who nettled the
nult. It was settled just nH nil other
matter are settled, at which public
opinion will revolt. The nuestioii Is;
vim pumwmI tho mattertone nettled?
It is ft maxim in law tlmt when a
crime 1ms lieen committed, and the
responsibility cannot be located, to
ferret out the motive. Henco it may
be well to ferret out tho motive in
tho dismissal of the Cardwell case.
The Republic denies that It author
ized anyono to ncttlo with Mr. Cnrd
well, mid it is evident tlmt this is true
although the Republic don't ofton
Btngger upngatnst tho truth. Thon
tho onlv other putties tnteresteil, or
lint, imnlfl hnvn lieen benefitted by n
Bcttlctuout were the Democratic
bosses and the corporation "uttor-
it Is altogether probable that Dill
nimW mill ' Hum Cook nnd Monroe
Seilwrt could give the desired infor
mation, but thoy refuse to talk.
It is altogether probable tlmt tho
inonev to satisfy Mr. Cardwoll enmo
fi-nm "tl samo source iw doe the
..nnavHmf im v tho camuniim ex
neiim of our Democratic "frieiid of
i,.. ..n.nrai " ViiiinioiitInir mi the
turn only to report that "no goods
luivo arrived." Schoen&Co., were
more fortunntc In hit vlnu their iroods
ft . i. i . .li
hum nt.1v miiHP.l lii a vwdlct Miuppwi to .unnimnw, ni I K IS IIIIIH
.1 ii..rt i !.. ,i,na intlier iiroimitie tnnt nil our mer
Ut IIIU IIIUIIHIIIf Mill "i"iv i- . . - f A..l
iniil..tli.tfnl.llH08lnnsneclfledum. ejmm wu get tueir goous irom
riant.iv i,nv nniivintml tlip Commerce iiereiutcr.
Democratic fcader of hnvhig Bold Indications nre that New Hamburg
T.mrl..1n fttm tn tl... ..nrnnniUnllM. I Will KOOll lUIIK-Hr UIHIII tllO 111110.
even before tt moralier were elected. During this week Hurvevoni of tho
It not the nrovlnco of Tim Star Ht. i.oui.wemp iw rauroaii imve
to ehanw cullt unon the head of nn.v been nt work runiilnga Hne.tol rays-
mnii or mt of men, but it nn old oorq, and tiie line ntriKes tno onnev
NO KICKER NEXT WEEK.
In accordance with the usual
custom tho editor will take UirlHt-
mo und no Kickkr will appear nexi
Tho Kicker will uppear ngnlu with
the nowyear,.iuid we shall put forth
our best effort to give the people
of Scott county a live, newsy paper.
We wish for all n merry Christ mas
and a hnppy, prosperous now your.
and truo adage that "trnwa how Creek valley, about ft half mileto the
which wav tho wind blow." Inno- norm 01 us,
cent individual do not hesitate to Father Moenig nnd Dennis Crasser
go upon i no biuiiii uiiii ictuiv in i nt-1 nriiveii xuu muiwmunn ui n i-uiii'.-uii,
trutli, let the consequences oe wiutt afternoon ami went out Hunting,
tliey may. v lien last nenru irom tney were try
The man or men wao ueciineu to inir to buy some rabbits to urni
answer to the subpoena of the notary home.
and especially the individual wlio Owing to the disagreeable weather
)1H'III,V ueiwu mm uivan ui I tllO attelKIIlUCO lit HCU00I IUIM lUlieil
nave mm tnemseive open off during tho week
Vr"lllZt;L 1 Our farmer nre not complaining
III TUP Illl'llllllllie u: niiuiu iiimiyi u .i, i.ii !, ,..i
1.. .l.......l tl. n....nli tlwi ll 11 imiviii imv i.iiv...
state. Till settlement ts neonfes- , All onr store are offering specia
sionthat tho dominant party ha bargans for the holidays and n good
. . . . I ar .In 4. rtiillnllintAil
i-oiiiwii. wrniitroci nun oiitiiie-eii tnem " " '""-' "
la every possible manner for year. Jool'obst say if tho neighbors
It is a question with them it to don't bring him some wood he will
whether tliey will longer submit to linve to burn in icuce.
HUch beastly treatment. . Miss Kntle Schulto will spend tho
. . . r t . Ti a a l. i l . . . - . . .
J no or. ijoui rost-uisnuTcu mi iiolidiiv at her home in 1-reUer cK'
tin to snyon tiro uumweii nnair: town,
VIIV lUU(UVIIUIVi UIHIIII WV Mv m
Tribune of Jefferson City-tukes n
i r i II i. i
souuu yiew 01 n win - Mr. Delia Black, wife of William
fiffSE K vsr",KB Ul Dtack. former superintendent of tho
inere was lnoreiuvoiveu 111
County Court Work.
Countv Court mot In adjourned
term Saturday and granted lli.-nse
to Charles F. Jlonnefou to operate a
saloon at Vanduscr, and to. John
Scarbrough, at Iilodgett. Several
allowances wore made to road com
missioners nnd others, and court ad
journed in the nftcrnooii.
W. H. Heisserer&Co.
tho Cardwell inquiry than tho
jiersonnl mid political char
acter of tho momlier of
the committee, although this
nt itself isnn important mat
ter. Hut it affected the Dem
ocratic party nnd ttierepn
tat ion and welfare of thestate.
No amount of dust tlirowluir.
sneering or subterfuge can relieve
county poor farm, died at her home
in tiie Mi. aioii ueignnornoou on
W cdnesda.v. Death was caused by
septic fever, the result of having a
Morlev Court. No. 18. T. B. H..
will give an open door meeting and
uvster Miiiner at me city nan on
thcniirht of December 28. Every
body is cordially invited to attend
Tho Pea vine failed to bloom last
tho Democratic party of the force of Tuesday nnd there were several male-
tho fact brought out in the Card- diction and sulphurous expressions
well case, the odium ni the disgrace- heard on the streets.
fill manner in which further revcla
Hons were chocked and of the at
tempt now making to mystify the
Why i publicity so dungeronsto
t lie party; What im neenuoneoy
party nmnnsrer mid lobbyist tlmt
the fact must be kept undercover
and the very possibility of exposure
llimvrt ill'.-(it rMi i . . -
Tin. fnnr of imblii itv and the sub- Hn eold.
terfiw adopted to deceive tiie pub- T. F. Hlnkle, of Oran,
Hi: are the worst feature of the day night in town.
Lee Wellmnu. of t;rowder, was
kicking over the 'phone last Sunday
because it was too cold for him to
come to see a friend.
Big Bond, tho Shupleigh hardware
man, was in town 'iitesciay kickhi;
up trade for hi house.
Last August we kicked lioenusc it
wu bo hot: now we kick becauu it
Cardwell episode. It is impossible to
avoid the suspicion of vicious mo
tives nnd corrupt deals when such
Please nllow n space to register n
Murphy Got the Horn.
ilesnerate efforts are made to suit
The Corrupt Practice Act designed
-..! ii.i.,.!! 1trkit 1iiil?tr1if 11 milt.
llcltv on tho pecuniary transactions the Honorable (?) W. Gordon Kapp.
of I-andidate nnd party commit- ) hen Mr. Murphy learned that Mr,
iTiitelv violated to hide app was jiuckius up u nnie
9VMPLC - 'JH
No. 6. B
K&"See those beautiful mcdalloiw
at W. H. Heissercr & (Jo's.
Judsre Woodson, of St. Joseph,
candidate for a lob on the supreme
bench, called at the Kickeh omce on
Frlilnv nf hutt week. .Tudirc Wood
son i a pleiwant gentlemen all can-
dltlate appear pieasaur. mu ncn
Hip oilitor bcirnnto laud sobir plexus
ilowsupou tho defierson uiygang
tii tuifin. Mivtiicd uncomfortable.
HostH'iued willing that some oi nie
present supreme judges saouiu o.
Imt wanted to quit at that, iiie
KicKKit want tiie whole machine
tcn-Thc manicure set to be given
It....... l11.ttu.ftlllU l1ll tfl lllfl lllf'lvV
itl,(l Kit I Vlllini mil" . ' - -. '
purchaser is drawing many iicojue
VtltiH.. Dlriiliernvr. Each PUl-
:liaser to the amount oi one dollar
get a chance..
Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Iliilner ncKiiowi
nflom rnfMlit nf 1111 Invitation to lit'
tpnd the mnrrlairo of Mi Hoiilah
Cecile. daughter of Dr. and Mr,
.Tn in I). Portcrflold. to liarry u
Coffmaii. nt the Methodist church.
Cape Girardeau, Thursday evening,
.I.Kt All il. . ..-1 . . ......
Docemiior xotu. ah tin1 imriii-iif
Our Holiday Stock
is on the shelves nnd to visit onr store
is to visit nn emporium of Holiday
Novelties. We have
of value and worth. Gifts that will
please the old and the young. Gifts
within the reach of your purse. Gifts
that are serviceable, and gifts that
are ornamental. In addition to our
complete stock of merchandise we
Bought Out Santa Claus
and the Christmas Goods on our shelves will convince you that
Santa has gone out of business and left us as his representative.
c .. .-xi- nile We have Dolls lots of Dolls small Sad
hOr the Little UiriS rorlSt pictUrc Books, Tricycles, Doll Bug
gies, Doll Beds, Story Books, Toy Tea Sets, etc., etc.
For the BoyS We have Air Rifles, Wagons, Watches, Base Balls,
Tool Chests, Banks, Violins, Pistols, Fireworks, etc., etc.
j A n-rmr CnlL'c vve nave Tine ciocks, unBinoer seis, une
For the UrOWtl rOlKS Giasswa,e, Fancy Dishes, Rocking
Chairs, Folding Beds, and lots of other articles both useful
Fruits ! j& Fireworks !
Sometime airo Marion Murphy
left a bra horii in the possession of
II ......... .1.1.. W rinnlnii Vnnn
toes I delils
the identity of corporate agent who
supply campaign iuuus.
The uisgraceiui unying on n suir
which threatened the exposure of
party machine deal I hailed with
delight by party manager nud these
manager and their organs try to
bamboozle and befool the public.
Tho fear of publicity bIiows tho
need of it. Tho people must know
what tho machine politician nre
doing. There should bo no possi
bility of hiding tho betrayal of the
people under subterfuge nnd secret
Orun New Notes.
ountrv he came to town and de
ninuded his horn. Mr. Kapp do-
lared that he knew nothing aliout
the instrument; that some of the
other boys" must have it.
Hut Mr. Murphy had a "tip" that
Mr. Kapp had packed the horn away
and Insisted that tt bo delivered.
suit tho St. Louis
settlement of tho
V. them's Bomothiiur rotten in
Denmark tho compromise of the Canl
well suit vory clearly demonstrates.
Cirdwell ha at , least 15,000 of
soinebody'Bgood, hard money in his
pockot, and the burning qiwHtlon is,
Wh.i furnished it and for what
Tho Republic denial all knowledge
of the transaction, white Mr. JJurd
wcll insists that lw believed ho wiw
wttllng with, that paper. In tho
L.ntHun Mr. Brown, white the name
is familiar, who paid over the amount
appears to i w'loiiy uuKuunu i
even Mr. Cardwel himself.
Tho only conclusion that can be
ronehod is that the guilt of certain
parties was about to be uncovered,
1 und tlmt they preferred to settte
rithor than to liavo t he trial go
fiVrher. or to ruu the risk of taklug
k Had the trim procwwi, in , i .
The 8. M. & A. road i now sur
.veyod n far a town nnd we hopo
soon to liavo another good rond
ruiiiiinir in here. We will have direct
connection irom unpe uiruraeau to
Memphis, Tenii. uet tuo goou won;
ThoUnntiHt and Methodist churclies
nre preparing for nn interesting en
tertainment encu ijcc. x-tin, ami
Christina tree laden with nice
thing will bo thoconterofattractlon.
Tho Oran Baptist Bunda.v school
will award prize for nttendunco nud
scholarship the last Sunday in tho
year. Dec. 20th. Also celebrate
'Parent's Day" in tho Now lear.
Prof. Duckworth. Misses OraFliv
lev and Lorn Forristcrhonoto spend
a portion of the holiday in Kansas
City attending the Btato Teachers'
Tho Mission Sabbath School at
Rrvenii school house will hnvo
Christmas tree nnd entertainment
under the supervision of Miss Emma
Mis Georala Clemson will close her
school for the holidays Doe. 20th
and rest two weeks, part of the time
There will bo a musicale at the
renldeuoo of Mr. and Mrs. Clemson
tho first week in January. Program
in our next issue.
Misses Georuianud Jennie Clemson
may. visit St. Louts nnd Kansas
City during the holiday.
Our school closes for the holiday
December 20th and resumes its work
again on the 80th Inst.
The public school will promote
some of its pupils from tho lower to
the hlglier rooms uiriaimas.
It is surmised we are to have an
other wedding in the near future.
Taknupty Uo QomIw m4 ptUd More
BolM CMSOO, MUM Of tM PMC IB MONUM
towMMu.Heattcait7, MkMari, on tU 1Mb
dsrof DMtabir. UM. th IoUowIm dwcrUwa
propwtrt OMlMrkom. UM kuda blsk.sid
battdsktorsw yMjniaM. .
. Ita ilo-cnr. Tafc.'r-ri,
Kapn refused, and Mr. Murphy
applied lor a wrnivn warrant aim
placed It in tho hands of Sheriff
Henderson. The balance of the story
ts best told by the sheriff:
"When the warrant was placed in
my hands," said tho sheriff, "Mur
nliv had irone to tell Kapp that a
" . r" . . ..i ... i .1...1M1 n
warrant was out ami Tiuuiinuwuuiu
irodnce the horn the warrant would
be called in. I did not want to give
Knnn a chance .to secrete the horn
and immediately went to his board
lug place. A 1 entered his room he
wuiKeu away irom tne ueu. i rena
the warrant to him and began to
unpack his box. He insisted that
ho knew uothimr of lite horn and
said he would swear on a stack of
bibles that the horn was not in hi
possession. One of the men with me
discovered tho horn under tho bed.
and tho mouthpiece I found packed
In nmonir Mr. Kiipp s euects."
Mr. Kapp was then given tho op
tion of either paying tho costs of the
search or belnir arrested. It is per
haps useless to add that ho paid the
costs. Sunday morning Mr. Knpp
hopped tho train and left for parts
unknown to the writer.
Mr. Kiipp was one of tho four
hundred and sixty useless clerks in
the leirisiuturo oi ihiin. ne is n
lendhur Democratic politician nud
stands high with the fraternity. He
I a strouir supporter oi tue jeuerson
City dynasty and of Mr. ltussell for
comrress. It is feared that hi de
parture will seriously jeopardise the
chances of success for the "party" iu
this end oi tho state.
Marriage License Granted.
well known In Scott county
formerly resided In Commerce.
B3"0rniice, Fruits and Nun at.
W. H. Heisseier & Co s.
It was n welcome rain that rain
of last Friday and our cisterns are
now full. Hontontte have all taken
a bath and everybody feels better.
It was n long drouth, an siiouni
lie thankful that it was no worse.
afl. & A. Matthews. Oran. are
paying high prices for stock. Sell
them your mules.
Collector Harrison and Ills deputy. iMeauit Iflil.
Hen uantes, nan a "Dreatauw iiM,
Friday and Saturday. The rain
and cold snap prevented taxpayer.
from coming to town and they were
putting in time getting ready for
JSyBuv vonr Xum Goods from
W. H. Hefsserer & Co. No better
assortment iu the county to select
J. K. P. Chewnlng celebrated the
anniversary of his mty-tirst birth
dnv lust Tuemlnv. Tito enil
the H. F. Marshall Mercantile u.
presented him with a handsome
rocking chair, which Mr. Uhewniiig
t&TDon t sell your mules until yon
got n bid on them from i-. a. J.
J. W. nud Otto Heeb, of Hledn,
Tliey nan no news to irpun i'. .;" ir:ii think
.1 . 1. A a. J I . ,..,.tii.. ,t u.llt. titlll III' L I 1131 I UV
plenty of lumber to soil rlwajv
Fine Candies ! j&
Wish to announce that wo have a line line of Ladies Hats
which we are selling at half price in order to close them out.
All the latest styles, cheaper than ever before sold in Benton.
W. H, Heisserer & Co. jg?
Since our last issue Recorder Har
ris granted marriage license to the
following: A. Clarence Morgan of
Bast I'ruirie, ana aiiss ma may
Puckett of Blodaett: Edwin T.
Childers nnd Miss Bertlo Rlggsof
Commerce; W. A.. Hobinson and
Miss Nora Wriirht of Slkeston: Lee
J. Robert nnd Mis Rodn A. Cruse
of Money; Asbury Emerson nud
Miss Elmlra Hwalm of Morley.
Politics resembles a gnmn of craps
where one mnn uses loaded dice nud
tho rest play fair. Tho "practical
politician represents the mnn with
the loaded dice. We lmvo nuite a
number of "practical politicians" in
rscotc county, Dut no more tnnn are
in any otner county.
tAlf vou conclude feed is too
high to keep your mules. C. k A. J.
Matthews, Oran, will pay you all
they are worth.
Albert Puchbnuer. of Manning,
nine down on the Pea vine Wednes
day to pay taxes. He says the peo
ple of his neighborhood are getting
along In their 'usual quiet way.
wjuLeedy want you to come
earlv nud examine wnnr. no nn
to offer In the way of Christmas
Owing to a wreck of the i'eavlne
freight nt Commerce, the mail tram
did not get through nud we had no
ninil Tuesday, iiut we are getting
used to this.
IQTToys, blocks, chinnwaro, nuts,
fruits, candies in fact everything in
tho lino of Christmas troods is to be
found nt Lecdy'.
Mrs. .Tennlng Ciiisholm, of Mozell,
Mo., Is here visiting her daughter
Mrs. Edward Henderson.
SfSTCandv a complete line of
Fancy and Mixed Candy at W. H.
Heisserer & Co'.
A daughter was born to the wife of
Henry Harris Tuesday evening, anil
Henry is very proud of his first born.
Tonv Heisserer nnd Frank Endor
lee, of Kelso, braved tho weather
Monday nnd camo to ucnton.
WTLeedy's holiday goods urrived
on schedule timo mid arenow on dis
nlnv at the store. It Is an elegant
array of thing that will make your
eye bug out to see,
Thoou Heisserer. who nud nuny,
left for Essex Monday, where thoy
will mako their future home. Theon
has erected a neat cottage there,
Old nnrpiis cot around all riuht at
lost and he Is making tho fellow
dance who complained oi not weatner
.Inn MeMIenn. who has been tussl
inir with a severe attack of malarial
fever, is up again.
MftSee tho tlcirautlv decorated
hanging lamps, hall lamps nnd par
lor lamps nt Lecdy'.
J. L. Huov. of Dlodirett, was in
t9Dolia from ac to $1.50 tit 'W.
II. Heiserer & CoV.
Emror. Kickku: The farmers ant
taxpayers of Scott county Miould
congratulate themselves upon Iiav
iiv a newspuper through which they
can register kick. We. of thi
iifidiborhood. fe.'l like w have a
' kick coining in regard to our roans.
I We pnv taxe- as well a. otiier peop e
... i. .. ...'...... ..i .i .1
ana nave as nricu " ""-
...1......J in tirnnnt'T lfin
. i...!.... ...... .itinM- mirt iii i ic.ie nie .1 iiviii
tO ilOl'UIIUIllil I. .
, the countv. vet weliave el.t it.-ly la I-.
iloyes oi i ., ,',...,, ,,, vii'iiUin thenortli-
I II ii niij...... --- t ...
western portion oi our district. e
have no kick 1. 1 mal:e aluait what
was done, but we uiut couiplaui at
what was not done.
We think the court ought to give
us a man to look titter our partoi
t!..-i iUiti'let. Wo have about is
miles of road untor.ch"d. and yet we 1
must pav taxes. We believe the
has tried to do justice oy us.
ir.iv oi us
to again ap-i
point commissioners and give us .ui.
Jules C. Drury.
Thomas .1. Pool..
Last summer it wo extremely hot.
ami now tt is "XUt'inely cnld. One
e:tr"iae iihvny.. ;olli)w auotlier. in
MN.-omi we h'nve liiiil extreme cor
poration nil" for many years. This
will be followed by an extreme nil"
of the people Paste this in your
I want your trade and will sell you
Groceries' nt us low cash liauiv as
the finr eot of siirh will justify and
1!. S. Cl'RP. Manager.
WAN7i:f)-IInlf million Hickory
spoke, delivered on H. M. v A. llaii
way rif.rlit-of.way on any switeh le
tw.fii .Moreliou.-e nnd Vape liirnr
ilenu. Mo. Tor particulars apply in
per.-on or write to
H. s. ('v;:i. Mauater.
i!f Mo i ley, Mo.
. Foit S.i.k A good farm of Ilia
acri's 1(0 acre in cultivation,
(iood :!-tory frame dwelling, gran-
I cry. barn, plenty of good water and
all modern conveniences. Within
.'Hi-minutes' drive of either Oran,
It is evident that the native- about Xew Hamburg or lienton. Forfirr
Oran intend to have a good time at t!''.'! mtoi-wation applyat thekifKEi:
thcir.t'hristmns ball on the evening 'otllce: .Itf-
of December '21. (ileal jun'iia rat ions , .N'oiiie to alltlio-etliat a reassessed
are being made for the entertain- for the support of lite minister will
meat oi mi wno nuena. 1 iiieas" end u
Theg-ip betweiUl Cieveliud Demo-
cracy and llann;i Kepunii iiuisin i:
so suiall tiuit expert:
fail to discover
1 pleas" send in their niont lily assess
ment next week, as church business
meeting will in- held on the last .Sat
unlav iu this mouth.
, S. P. Fl.Vl.EV,
' Collecting Steward.
llenl Ustatc Transfers.
l'.obcit W. I'Ir.kv to riotvnw I'lnt,
iirrci. In li). ;wn St. r.Hif 14
.1 .1 Hunter nud wife to .lol.u S niitWcu'ti
Sl.iicron In w 8. twp "0. ran ir 13
Juliti A Harr.ll nn.l wlto to A K V M. Inter
ftlnS'incrM InK'j 19 nnJ i. twpSJ.
Wm llunt.r nml lfc-tn S im l WKIiiunn.
tnt I. S uml a. Morley
Cr.lcb MntthMiH to .1 A Anu.trona. lot T In
Moik 1, Vanilinur
Ciithprln Hnml.v to John A llartwr. lot 11',
Mmk l.Slkreluii "'lu
ChaB V MtMaUIn to ch iB S Hti.l W II Tun-
:i. r, n ncnn In kt m. twp '3 ' l"
Janie. l'fnn anil i!fo to Wm I". Mnp, 10
ncrM Iu c It, ST. riiusm IS '
.li.mi-K lVun nnrl wife to Jolin w I ril'O.
iutiw in we . wp :n ww i
John lllntti'll nn4 wlfr to Mlko Wo!t. r,iitrlp
In rev 7i tl !9. runire II
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huigcr took
dinner with Mr. and .Mrs. . .
VTtifl Can save Dollars best by attending the great
I UU Sacrifice Sale of Clothing, boots. Shoes, Hats,
Underwear, Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Capes,
etc., etc., now going on at the
and which will continue until Wednesday, January 1.
Reduction Sale !
I will reduce the price on my stock from Decem
ber 23 to Jnnuury 1, at tho following prices:
$:t.0( boots for a ."0
82.."0 boots for &i 10
$2.'2." boots for 1 So
:i.0() shoes for 2 25
a cans corn for 25
Extra bulk coffee, former
ly ." lbs for f 1.00, now
OJi lbs for n
10 per cent reduction on all. other goods.
Everybody should cull during this week's sale,
as it won't last any longer at tho above prices.
EVERYTHING GOES FOR CASH ONLY. j&
YoursforTrade FRANK GROJEAN