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COUNTY PAPER, II V , DAVKNrOftT HOI1YN8. OnitOON, MO. .Entered at the roitornce at Oregon, Mo., ns iweond-lu matter. Term of SaAKorijttl.B: 'TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE. miDAT, AWUIj 80, 1881 Advertising Roto., which are very reasonable, when the largo cir culation of TllR CoUKTV I'Al'KA Is c'nnMdere ll wilt be made known on application t the Pub llshcn. Money mabo sent at ear rlk by l'MtnIBce order, draft or registered letter, Correspondence and news are always desire, bat letter mint be brief ami mint lmvc the genuine narao of the author, not (or publication but as a guaranty of geod faith. Communications In the Interest of candidates will be charged for at the ratu of threo cents er word .cash In advance, Obituary poetry will be charged for at the rat of ten cents per lino anil the Cash must accompany the manuscript. 1 Rejected manuscript sslll not he returned Utters for publication should reach us by . Tuesday neon to Insure Insertion III that neck's paper. All letters should be addressed tn TUB C'OUNTT 1'AVF.n. OllF.noN. Mo, TlltOCINlltM. t Would yen your son should be a sot or ttitnco, 'Lasclvlitus, headstrong or nil these at oncer ' Train him In public with a luob til boys, Childish In-mlsehlcf only an41n noise. Thus hall accomplished, ere he yet begin To show the peeping down upon hU chin. To Insure the pcrsoterance of hlscoursn, And give your monstrous project nil Its force, Head him to college I If ho t'tcrn be tamod, Or In ono article ot rice reclaimed,, Koine xnoaklng virtue lurks in him no doubt. Such youths of spirit, and that spirit too, Yo nurseries of our boys we owe to you, . Though from ourselves tho mlschlof moro pro ceeds, For public sshools 'lis public folly feeds. What causes move us, knowing as we must That these menageries all fall their trust. Ta send our sons to scout and scamper there While, colts and pupptos cost us so much eare. Small skill In Kit In, and still less In flreek, Are more than adequate, to all I seek. Tho celebrated poet, Cowpcr, was tho author of the abovo. Ho went to col logo and remained thero n time, his com nion sense causing him to sco the uttor absurdity of tho collcgo course. Ho re. commends tho 'employment of private tutors. Six boys at college, away from borne, cost over thrco thousand dollars per year to their parents. And n quali fied tutor could tako thoso boys through tho samo course for half tho money, And tho boys will come forth fur bottcr scholars,cxcinpt from that swcllucadism , they aro surp to contract at college and are so many years in toning down, Cowpor's idea is the same as that of somo of tho boat scholars and greatest names known to literature, Sidney aud Adam Smith, Lock, Milton, and many otnors. Tire Axaonx goat. This animal is the ono from whoso hair the lino fabrics of Asia Minor arc manufactured. Dad government there lias ruined the precious industry, Com paring our climate with that of the nn tlvo homo of Angora goats wo' conclude that North Missouri is about tho host placo to establish tho Industry of any In the union, 'jike animal "must have a high, dry, healthy and free range for excrcive and browsing, and no admix ture of foreign blood should bo allowed." Tt circa from in tn IK iinuml nt lints b-autlful. lone:, stromr. lustrlous. and unequalled tor plushos, cnrrlaxo robes, felt, braids, bat bands, and other produets for which raw silk is used and numberless other things now employ ing millions' of capital . Tho material now is oaggrly sought and soils at from !t tn H f1nllul4 nnt tinmiil Af nun .lfillfit- it would pay tho owner a tare er por cent than any other business. The high ranges of Montana, Now Mexico, and . ftcvada aro .crocommendod for . this goat. But common sccso tells us that our high upland prairies, with our dry soli and climate, will furnish as good habitat and a better bair will grow, ' Tim clover fields ot Massachusetts have been tried and also tho Texas prairies But tho formor aro too confined and the lattor too warm to furnish tho best bair. Boyond all doubt the puro Angora is tho most valuable animal known. ItV " milk Is equal to tho best Jersey cow's .and It's flosh oqual to the bust Venison. It's natural homo is tho laud of vory hot dry summers and pxtroraoly cold win tors, whtro the soil Is dry and porous, Col. Peters of Calhoun, (Seorgla is try ing It thero but that ollmate is too warm and moist. Could wo induaa somo 0110 to try it hero wo aro satisfied it would enrich hundreds of our stock men, and prove tho greatest success of anything . BToririeu. WHY NOT THY ITt A million dollars hid around in old ' stockings or boxes aro of no uso what- evor. A thousmid pooplo living in ono community an idlo, secluded, dull; ana thetio life are almost as though they are non existing. It Is tho stir, circulation, 'locomotion alono aro bonoflolal. Slurc probably novcr was u community?)! the United States, of ai many people as oc cupy this town anil vicinity, Having ns little .social stir. If we tako out tho churches, tbo school, tho Woman's Un ion, tho Odd Fellows and Masons there its nothing lelt, ana tho action Hi some of thoso is remarkably fecblo aud irrsg 1 ular. With 60 txlany thousand people conilnjr hero on business or passing via olsowhero thero is no excuto for this in 'ertia. Wo do not uso our opportuni ties, Every one is Intent on his own Utlo prlvatoivffuir, every snail keeps to it's own shell. There, is no such thing as public spirit ami no ono scorns to Imvo nny idea o( promoting his own Interests by cooperating with his neigh- bov's in nny general business. Indi vidual action fur direct individual wants Is left to ilo everything. Why did wo allow the fair tn go down, to our shamo and Injury? "Oh It was none of my busi ness", said everybody. Thus it was left to build up sololy by Industrial av arice, to flourish for a whllo for the solo bcncStvOf a few and perish whon their interests weakened. Tbcro must bo somo public uplrlt not only to found but prosorvo institutloiiB. l'coplo oup;ht to prlzo somewhat tho two birds In tho bnsk an well ns tho one in tho hand. As portincnt to this subject, wo sug gest that this is ns good a polut as any lu tho west for regular stock sales. Half n dozen, dealers, liy uniting and flung on sonic tegular tlay,'say tho 2d r 3d Mo n day of each month ns tho day for sale., both at auction and prlvsto sale, if kept up-regularly, every person, having nny article to sell, would post pone his offer till that day. As it now is, any one, having nny artlclo to sell, waits until some one comes along, or else goes peddling about. In fact this suggestion is that wo apply tho labor saylug thoory to that businesses well as to other affairs. This could be done, and A'ould bo a great success; but our pooplo Imvo not tho habit of coopera tive nctlon in them. If but two dealers wonld commence it and hold oh pcrso- veringly, in time it would grow to be come, what it is in tho several counties, the most important affair they have. HUICIDAT.. If we would study tho matter, wo would get difguetcd with this childish boasting in tho papers over the amount of money wo get trom Europe for our farm products. It is rather funny to near a wosterti farmer wiio never saw any foreign monoy in his llfe.boast over this. t.nsi year wo actual ly som several hundrod millions worth. What did, wo get? lionds, interest cupons and n low millions of p-ciM. ltleh men hum arc getting the bonds and tho interest now very largely. So they take our products and sell to Europe on their own terms seeing they own the railroads horc and buy as thoy please. The farmer must swoat tho harder. Dut the gold, w get a little gold. Yes! wo first export it from California and get a little bnok again. But what do we want of gold? To make money I Why the banks fur nlsh moro money than is needed on the hard money theory. On the Greenback theory any nation can nt any time create all tho money it needs, by law, eroatlng legal tenders, basing It on its power of taxation ; tho doctrine otTom Jefferson So wo do not need to give real wealth for money. Dut we do need cheaper goods, groceries and railway transpor tation. All these are offered to us by foreign nations In exchange for our oountry prodncts. Yet , wo refuse to trade, hold back our products till wo must sell, then get money and turn right around and buy theso samo art! cles they offered us, nt double tho price, If this is not national suicide, what Is? A TjtTEKAKY REVOL17TZ0X CljUL- JVEKGK. Tho old-line publishers have, vory naturally, not been well pleased with tho now famous enterprise "Tho Lit erary Devolution' 1 ; and in depreciation of its character havo laid special stress upon tho claim that in, cheapening books so vastly it Is against the inter' cets of Amcricnu authors. The Do- volution boldly meets this assertion by statements as follows : 1st. That thoy are already paying to Amoricau authors moro money than any other publishing house that is los than twcnty-ilvo yoars established 2d. .That American nu thors rately roccivo Horn publishers a copyright exceeding 10 per cent upon tho retail price ot their books actually sold. 3d. That at least ono-half, and probably moro nearly three-fourths, of the books published by American . nu thors Imvo been. published at tho nu- that's expense, tho publishers furnishing no money, and paying no eopy right, uut invniseives receiving a :argo por- centago upon sale made. 4th. That they propose hereafter to pay to Ameri- aulhors for acceptable manuscripts a copy-right of 15 per cent, Instead of 10 per cent, und they claim that their low prices, ami immense sales resulting therefrom, are far moro in tho interest of authors than much larger copyright on tho commonly limited number Of sales "Ono thousand books, profit 91.00 oach-$ 1,000; One million books. profit 0110 cent cach-810,000." As an oxnraplo of an American copy riant book, thoy Issuo, in an exceed ingly handsome from, tho famous poet ical, historical, und satirical American chi8slct "M'Flngul, anEpIo room," by John Trumbull, with very full an notations by tho celebrated historian Benson J. Losslng. LL.D, This poem is almost as muoli.a part of American history as the battle of Bunker Illll Itself, and Dr. Losslng 'has greatly in creased both Its Interest and its intrinsic valuoby bis historical commonts and illustrations. This book was publlshod a fuw years ago by ono of tho old pub llshlnir houses at the nnce of 82.00 tier copy, and1 hatl only a very limited sale lliu publUhers claim that tho rocpotmn of theiV now edition guarantees a salo of at least 60,000, "or ovon moro nro bably 100,000 copies: and Mr7 Losslng ...in - . wui, 01 course, reap a hanusomo re ward, oven from tho small royalty upou 1110 low prlco. American Book Ex chango, rubllscers,- New York Citp. Get your firocerlos from Henhberoer A. An derson, Oregon, Mo. Large stock. EiDKY GOODS M. S. Faris & Co., Are receiving and opening from dry to day, ono of tha Larg est, Handsomest and Cheapest Stocks tar or Dry flooda that It has over bees their pleasure to offer to the publte and at price that defy competition- Their stock It complete In every particular including all the novelties af the season. Remember" that wo have not adopted the "Department System," thereby detaining our customers unnecessarlally, but de liver their good nt once. AH are Invited to call and eeo us, us we will not be undersold. Itemember the l'lace. M. S. Paris &. Co., N. W. Crner 4th & Felix Sts-, ST. JOSEPH- iFUlRNITiUiKK; J. H. PUNSHON, Successor to H. I I I has and will keep on hand ono of tho finest stock h of Furniture that has ever beon kept in Holt County, consisting of a full stock of Chamber SllitS WaSD StailQS, . , U6SKS1 otcWClSi www m m . "i WalllUt and MaPlO BedsteaQS , . Lounges ana leie-a-ieies,, WALL POCKETS Picture Frnmcsltfailo to Order. Furniture Repaired 011 Short POST OFFICE, FOREST CITY, MO. AS & SUCCESSORS TO IV SMITH & ,Wish to inform the public that thoy nro.now preparing to give to tha trade BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS, - GROCERI Boots and Shoes, Please Give us a Cal SMITH & Mound Oity, SPRING Wo ato receiving a large stock of goods fDOTTGOOPS. etc. havo been selected wjth special coro to tbo trado. Our lino of HARDWARE AND ' is very complete and worthy of Saddles is completetnd is offored at very reosonab.lo figures. Ple'ase examine our CARPETS AND as you undoubtedly can bo suited both as to quality nnd prieo. Farmors will pleaso boar in mind that we keep a largo stock, .of Agricultural Iu foments, such as t ' - Weir Plows and Cultivators, Brown Corn Planters, Studebaker Wagon Grass Seed, etc, FORD & FOREST CITY, MO. CITY, MO., Bureaus. Book Gases, Towel Racks. - Children's Carriages, Window Curtains, OF ALL KINDS Notice. NORMAN CLOTHING, Queensware and be Convinced PHELPS o , STOCK. -suitable for Spring trade. Our stock of CLOTHING. v - , , QUEENSWARE, an examination. Our stock of . Harness WALL PAPER, Stalk Cutters, Harrows, etc, Oh.WhntAfjough.l WilLvmt heed the wnrnintr. The sig nal pot-imps of tho suro approach of that more terrible disease Consumption. Ask yourselves If ytitt can afford for tho sake of saving 60 cts,, t run the risk and do uolhlngfor it. Wo know from expurmce mat biiiioir uuro will Uuro Laugn- ii never tans. 1111s explains why mora thnn n Million Hollies were sold tho past year. It relieves Croup, aud Whooping Cough, atjaiico. Mothers do not bo without It. For Lumu Back. Side, or Chest, use tflilloh's Porous Pfasster. Sold by. T.-S. Hindu, Oregon Mo. How to make soap for a cent a pound Shavo into small pieces flvo bars of Dobbin's Electric Soap, and boil in thrco quarts of water Hntil tho soap is thoroughly dissolved, so tBht upon straining through a sieve nothing re mains: add to tho solutlbn or "suds" three gallons of cold water 5 stir briskly for several minutes to mix. and set ft away to cool. Th' it will look ltko nothing but sonp-suds wliilo warm, a chomical reaction will take ulnee. nnd In twenty-four hours time will develop forty or nny pounds of magnificent tul white soft soup, costing loss than one cent a pound, nnd as good ns many of the adultcrnted.compounds called soap, and sold nt seven to ten cents a pound. How long would It tako for any other Bonp used the samo to become anything but "soap sudsP" Any housewife knows that it can not: be (lone with nnv soap sho has over used. St 0 if it can bo done with. Dobbiu's Electrio. ' For sale by nil grocers. : Nave McCord & Co., Wholesale Agents, St. Josopli.Mo. CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. ForLnmo Back and nil Kidney troubles. Fifty cents. Ask to see it at King & frond's, Oregon; trance & Co., V i-or- ett Jily. Dr. C- C. Oiltcland, Gallatin,' Mo., writes "I never used or sold a remedy for tho Blood and Liver, that gav as good satlvfaetion ns Ext. Sartaparllla, -Dandelion and Iodido of ratassluin. Manufactured by tho Brown Medicine Co., Leavenworth, Kas." Dr. J. Way, Hillsdale, Iown, wrltos: Miave used Ext. Sarsaparilla, Dan delion nnd Iodido of PotasMum in my prnctico, and cousdor it tho best remedy over raadd for tho Blood and Liver and for Scrofulous aud Skin diseases' DrShaekel, Columbus, Ks.. wntcs: 'Your Ext. of Sarsaparilla and Dan delion is the beet medicine of the kind In use." M. L. Vinton, Oakland Kas., says: My eon, 10 years of age, was cured of a scrofulous rising in tho head, which had troubled him from infancy, by us ing six bottles of Snrsaparilliv nnd Dan delion." For sale by T. S. Hiudo &King & Proud, Oregon; Simpson & ,Muir, & h. D. Anibnl, Bigclow; and West & Young, Forbes. Brown's Pepsin Tonic Cures Indigest- 6. . PLEASANTS, Wright City, Mo. BUEEDEIt OF Pure Bred Poultry. mas. ratrUlRn ('orlilns. riyiioutlihofks, n hltv , ,. "'vn-iirwufc wen m Mrnaurp GAUrORNIA KIDNEY TEA. 'isapuuit native to tho Sierra. It curst! It cures!! Only 60 cents. Try It nt KlugProud.s. Oregon; Frsnce & Co,.Forcst City, The Best Thine? Yet 'The l'ltcllhmir Acouatlo Tl,.f.,. xV. New Mi tallc Telefon. Rend (or Ctrcu- lloii8, Old City, I'ltehbnrx, Mass., "Detora ainaahatlipowtr toiay, Behold t Tlwjawt otdarkuvss havedovoured It up. . Dyspepsia fc Liver Complaint. Is It not worth tho small price of 76 cents to xreejynurselves oljevery symp tom of these distressing complaints, if you think so call at our storo and get: a uouioui (union s vitauzer, every nottie nas a priutcu Kuarantoo on it: uso ac cordingly andlf it ones you no good it win cost you, notning. oiu oy. x, ,b Ilindc, Oregon, Mo. GENUINE ; SINGES SEWING MA CM) I Tho Vory BoHt in tho World I have tho Ageney for tho above cttino tor 11011 county, ana countv. nnd keen a sr.ti. ply always on band at tho store of Ms line a Ittr. ,..-. fit., Leak out for Bogus Machines. See advertisement of tho Horn; Singer on the inside ef tbo Srr J. A. McAl), We avo r speedy andpositivo Cnro. for CatarrhfSiph. bthoria. Cnnkor mouth and Ilcad Ache, In shlloh',Cutarrh Itoaicdy A naia Injector see witli ouch bottlo. Use it S' you desire hoalth and swcetlireath Prko&O cts. Sold by, T. SI Ilindc uregon, Mo: Outat snt(re to those who wl to ti. irora lirthH nmk iilpmifiiit -nnrf vervthliiK nd. Caul. roflt&Din nil not renulred. Wo will furnish you ma imuriiril la nnnllv w . pry mm mado without ttaylng away from homo over alght. No rink whatever. Many naw worker wanted at once. Many aro maklug fortunes at we auuuiH, uiuici maKo as mncn as men, sad youuc boy and idrltnake great nay. No n wuo 111 wining-10 wora laus 10 make mora money every day Minn can be made lu a week ne who ft willing to work falls monev averv diiv tlma ran tin it aiaay eroinury cuipioyrunnf. Tnoso wlio en gnus at once wllUlud a short road to (ortuno Address H, UaCuctt & Co.. rortland. Mulue IsfeS, Navin'a Veterinary PRACTICE. Or Explanatory Stock Doctor 1 writlen in plain and common languogo, for tho uso of the' farmer, breeder or. owner of any kind of stock from tho horse to iho chickou. Just tho work for tho fnrluof. Handsomely bound and illustrated: Call on x). J. Kyper, uregon, Mo. augdst mm, MANUFACTURER & DEALER Q IK ALL KINDS OK C sr tar 19 F urniturE -Wl I manufacture good deal of my Furniture and- buy ing of tho largest Manufac turers for 2CA2S?H TT tf ft tt 11 11 11 , enables mo to sell to any . one who may need goods In my lino .A.S LOW as it can bo sold. I havo only ono prloo, nnd will duplicato any bill of Furnl turo bdnght of Manufac turers at RETAIL PRICES!! -IN THE- Undertaking lino I keep a full stock,nnd crory onlor will be prompt ly filled. EstablishciLover fltteon years. AUG. BEERES, Oregon. Mo. West SIdo rubllo Square Shlloh's CoNSumitloa Cure. 1 his Is bevounil Question tho most rsucccssfut - Cough Modlcine wo havo over sold, a few (totes invariably cure tbo worst cases of Cough, Croup, snd llronchitis', while its wonderful hiw cess In tho euro of Consumntion la without a paralleo in tho hlstorv of medicluo. .Since it's first discovery it has been sold on a iroarnntce. a test which no other medicine can stand If you have a Couch wo earnestlv ask you to try it. Price 10 cts. 60 cts. -and a si a r r - ... 1 wi.w 11 your iungs aro sore, unost, or Back, Lame, uso Shiloh's Porons Pla! ster. Sold by T S. Hindo, Oregon Mo, Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. SA marvelous cure for Caturrh. ninh. hthi rla, Canker mouth, and Head Ache. With eaeh bottle thero is nn Ingenious nasal Injector for tho moro successful treatment of theso comnlatuta without extra charge. Prico 50 cts Sold by T. S. iimiie, uregon, jio. Montgomery & lloecker, BANKERS AND BKOKKRS onr.dON, Missouiti, fian Mnnpv. lluv Votc.4. Drtiw Dr&fL. nn nt nrlclnal cltlun. and Callettlaiix' iirouiitlr iu:tilo fay Thxci for non-rcslilcuU : f.onni neeotluleil mi iv.ti c3iKip, aau invinicnn iiihup hu (arum- uie iitiih. Hi1vre.1t auowril Mi lime Ui-.hisiu. TUB Frazer & McDonald FORK ST CITY. MIS TKAM.IAtiTfl a ifvnenil banklnir bunlupMM Mrlli ncknur, on the chirr tali's ot the Unltvd HtateJ and KUronr." Allows lutereat of itepetlts whou left adeemed time, CollcvUeui receive cartful ntteutlen u. 11. tji.v.v.H, n. McnN.vi.D. flAMIMKB. 1'KKStUKKr. J. T. THATCHER, M. D. HO.UCEOPAVHIST AKD SURGEON, OnKOON, M1SSOUKI, OKFICH. ..Vt ru.ldonci. twa iIoam north J. A. Kueves'.i titere : formerly rnldcMce of ici urcii. , OOHL1K, M. U. O.A. FIMiK(UAUM,A.t.,M.O GoHlin & Fiegenbuura, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, ORKGO.V, MO. DVriCE-Ouodoar soiitb.of Ilaak, up-sttr DANIEL ZOOK, at. Law. A ttorney OREGON, MO. Will llmtlaA tn all inn mirta of-MI..Ant4 Real Kstate biulnena and Colleetloni prompt- u atteuded to. offleo west itdo ef I"uWlc nuaro. II. O. l'Kl'fl-it. C. C. A1KHN PEPPER & AIKEN, Attorneys at' Law, MOUND CITY, MO. OFFICE. .Over Coriaut It Meyer's jitore. A. H. JAMISON, Atjornoy at Law, rfeal Estate, Inenranco nd Oolloot- MOUND CITY, MIS80UUI. , WnipracUeeln all the courts of northwest hum nn. . ,T, C. DUNGAN, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, OltEOON, MISSOUItf. , Will ururtiee In all Courti ef Mltourl.Knt Iowa and Nebraika. Ileal Estate business, and VVIICVtlUU. iUlllijr AlfcCllUUU IV, II. I. REA, Attorney nt Law. Notary rubllo and Real Estate Agent, MAITLAND, MO. .TV til atteud to all legal buslne xs Intrusted tn lib rare In all the courts ef Northwest Missouri. Has tor sale a large number of choice business ion, L. R. KNOWLES, A I TORNE Y A'S IMW, OnEQON, MI880UUI, ' Will Practice la all ConrU. Jleal Estate bail ucMBiu iiiieciias pnimimy aitrnuca to. Administrator's Notice. tatters of Administration on thv estate ot Kiiuiuei iium.y .ucccaiiu, were Rranteu the nnderslgHcd, Kebruary Itth.lssi, by theCl'ro- All persons JtavlOK clalmi against sold estate aro riqulred U exh bit them fdr allowance to ilia adralulstratar.wluun one year after Ike date auy benefit of sold estate, aud It such claims bu it, exniDltea witlilu . two yean front .the date ni,uif lurorur uurreti. o. t, J.UUAH, Adtn'r. ' CALIFORNIA KIDNEY TEA. Trylt whon all other. remodlss falljxnd got rollef. Buy It of Klnjr & Proud, Ore gbn j Franco & Co., Forest City. NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES! Ono Door North of Lumber Ynul, MOUND CITY, MO. Wo havo, in addition to our new stock f goods, opened a RestaIIbanT Come and get your Groceries, nnd clothed; bo Foil I. . MORRIS, Don t Forget! (GRAHAM) el 1 FRAME' MAITLAND, MO,. Have nu excellent stock of Dry Goods, Kotions, H.its, Caps. Boots and Shoes, Groceries. Oueenswarc. Come and see' us antl wowil Save You Monev! Iligliest Prico Paid for PRODUCE. GRAHAM & FRAME . Maltland, Mo- THE BOS UMUl, SHOP, jXaltltiiicl, HOLT MY, MO., AU aro respectfully invited to call and examine my very complete stock'of HARNESS, 8ADDLE8, COLLARS, BRIDLES, WHIPS, ROiES, BLANKETS, BRUSHES, COMBS, HARNESS OIL and ovorythlug pertaining to a lint class Harness Shop. I carry a full lino of Light Harness, Ladles', Gent's nnd Doy's Saddles. The .only shop in tb 'county that Manufactures J 11 STONE'S TATKNT ADJUSTABLE PAD r - Skirt Loop Harness. I usa the Host Fittsburg Oak-Tanned Harness Leath er and employ only Skilled Workmen. All work .Warranted and guarantoe sat isfacthm in prices. Coma one, Comu all. JOS. R. STONE, MAITLAND, MIS'SOUKI. THUNDER " AND . ' LIGHTNING I Peret & Bro., - OREGONMO., Bole As; eat. for Uin Mbbbs ralmit vopper Cabl. LI&H'P NIja ROD. the IJghtnlna ltod business lor then uur sir. rrrv.. l'rnc. bminir.rn 1.11, iieaycd in tneVt (our yvurs, refers to the hnndrods of parties for niiuiii ii" nua uuiiajworK aii 01 wnom are sal. UDed. . llarlnK nssnelateit Ids lirathur ulth htm Ufled. , Hating associated till brother with lilm I11 business aud takeu the agency t the above lUxl which they consider the very beet inanufao. I lured, they ask the patronnse of all w(io desire DBAI. WITH MEN VqUKNOW. c Beware f Chicago ."Ju'mpeW whe will IwlndlQ you by furnlelilng Inferior rods and charging double prices. Our homes aro lu Holt county and we expert to continue to llve.hero. Ueuee, It Is to our Interest to deal ,sqarely and honorably with the people and We intend to do so. "VVMIKS .. Orecosi, Mo, IraXTIOS lak patsoU4 for thsa, FsWttfr Bone umJ . Irnt and Biroll Borlss. Drilllu.ritull1V'p.li.Li' Borsw CulUnf. fHcttSUitti I . Band fl cents for 110 uW . Bern KPUBiUT WtOWW. LoBoil. Hsu.