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I '55 111 i I U 11. Apai Av 1 IP! VOLUME XXI r. GREGOK, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1886. NUMBER 28. WE" THE PLAGE TO BUY YOUR IS AT -E. P. HOSTETTER'S- hi Ifci ad Fins M Cask! Largest Assortment, Best in Quality Cheapest in Price , DATES. VASES, TOTS, KB! NUTS, ORANGES, FIGS, LEMONS, OYSTERS, CIGARS, DOMINOES, CUPS, SAUCERS, CHILDREN'S BLOCKSi ETC. ETC. ETC. REMEMBER THE PLACE, CHILE'S HE OKEGOU7 jVlO SPECIAL PRICES FEOH NOW UBTIL January lst9 1885 On Everything in my Line. Have just received Largo Line of Clothing and Cloaks That I will sell for less money than can be bought anywhere in the county. Thanking the public for their past favors, and asking a continuance of the same, i remain .-; Yery Respectfully, ITS A "SEY'gtf" OBEGOX, msouni, THB Tell us that we are going to have a Therefore if you arc wise you will get the EST HEAT! STOVES In the Market. The BEST ON EA&TH can be found at the Old Reliable STOVE and TIN STOS,E of Oregon, missouS: He'p the jiour. Y.;z-i nrc scarce. j Shelter your stock. Wiitl game is scarce. Look out fnr burglars. (iet reudy to write it '87. Head the advertisements. Even body has a bad cold. Valentine's Day id couiin. Tfce wheat outlook in good. See that your flues arc- safe. The '87 almanacs arc ou bund. Adycrti.se your holiday goods. The days will soen grow longer. It takei money to buy eggs now. Do you set th9 Skntinkl regularly To-morrow week is Christmas. Nearly time tor masquerade- balls Tho hunters bavo rather poor luck. Settle your subscription arrearages. The tax penalty goes on next mouth Circuit court lit Monday in January We long for tho Jmglo of the sleigh bell 8. D. W. Porter Snndayed iu Oregon as usual. Fall standard prints, 5c at Kreck & Watson's. Jatnt-s K. Cummins was in Kansas City Monday. Fresh ojstcrs ahvajs on band, at E. I. Hosteller's Dr. 1'aTrish, of Maitland, was in our city Tuesday. Don't fail to witness th6 Zouave drill Christmas Eve. A good, square meal only 25 cent at E. P. HoUeiter's. Giniilinms, all brands, only 8 l-3c at Kreck & Watson's. William Washington captured six euous last Saturday night. Mrs. Fanniu Dungau was yisitmg in St Joseph last Monday. Fino Candies, fresh and pure, at Jacob Lim;p's Forest City. Irvino Ilea took in tho sights at Topulca, Kansas last Sunday. Win. Peters was agsin taken to the insano asylum last Friday. Rev. L l'our has been conducting a series of meetings at Barnard. Fine mixed candies at E. P. Hos tetter's for only 15 cents a pound. Judge Kelley presided at tho An drew county circuit court last week. James T. Howell has returned from bis trip to Southwest Misiouii E. S. Uowse, of St Louis, was doing business in Mound City, Monday. What a harrowing thing it would be it Santa Clau. were to lose his grip. Twenty-nine new suits have been filed for the January term of Citcuii Court. Grandma Workman, of Corning, was among her Oregon fneiuU, Wed nesday. Ladies kid shoes Sl.'.'o; the best you ever saw for tte price tit Krcek & Watson's. lJjin, to John and Jercsa I'eter, four inile north of Oregon, on the 7th i:i.-.l, a daughter. 1,'nclu Sam. Shutts was interview ing the heavy hardware mull in St. J Sfph, thi week. Levi Zook is able to be out on the ctroets once more, alter a very iovero attack of "chmgles." Lu.lwig Waegclo received a very severe injury to his right hand from a circular s.iw last Monday. A fine largo boy baby was born to Mr. George W. Davis and wife of Idle wild last Monday evening. J. M. Hnsnass, of the Mound City News, wis shaking bauds wi'.h his Ore gon friends last Saturday. II. C. William , one of the pros perous farmers of Clay township, ga o us a pleasant call, last week. For sslo at a bargan. One Number one pair of bob sleds at ILCSchmidt'o. Oregon, Missouri. Call at once-. Christmas comes but once a year. llinde & Philbrick can your children elieor--if you will jmt give them a call They will try and please you all. h. evwnrTT rain n r st i ens ri an R j i i t ta e v , :0N I WIM1CITTIMIIP! If you want to save a large per cent.", see our siock before buying. We have a large supply of all lines of goods which Ave wish to re duce largely before invoicing. This is a Golden Opportunity to secure Good, Solid and Enduring JJiirgithss. Let everyone who has a want to supply or a dollar to spend, eoinc and sec for himself. For prices on some special sales, see local columns. j 1 Kreek & Watson; OHEGQN, MISSOURI Henry Al ton and his accomplished daughter, Miss Kosa, of Mound City, were visiting Uncle Harney Kunkel, of this city, last Monday. T. L. Price has moved into his property recently purchased of Mrs. Polly Miller, and John Matter is occu pying one of Mrs. McKnight's housos. The cards are out annoucning the wedding of Charles N. Soper, and Miss Carriu C. Costolo, of Chicago, on Chiistmas Day. We wi6h the couple a long, prosperous and happy life. If you want pure candies for your self and children go to E. P. HosUsttcr. lie has the largest and finest assort ment ev.-r hroucht to Oiegon. Jle deals in no filthy, adulterated stock, but keeps puru candies niado from the finest sugars. - Lucas & Oren, of Forest City, ship ped a car load of tlour to Hopkins last Monday. Thi-y are kept grinding day and night and then cannot keep up with orders. To prove to our readers that they am busy, we will relate a lit tle occuireuee that happened us when we 'dropped in to see them last Monday. After hunting all over the mill for one of the bosses, we found big beailed, laughing Levi, who shook hands with US', passed the compliments of the day, but never laughed not even sailed. Thinking il strange not to hear oue ot those laughs of which outy Levi is capable we inrpired il he was sick. His reply was: "No, have not time to laugh or talk would like to have you st-ty but have uo ti mo to talk to you." On inquiring for "Cap," he replied: "Just gone up to the bank to deposit some money keeps one of us on the road between the mill and bank most ot Hjc lime to keep the nioi-ev out of the road tf the grain ci'ir.ing in." CHKISTMAS. ICJni; & Prowl can't !: tipjit Tim IU:I one. ulll hac a treat. -WMttUr. Uu.sli, my clilM, don't speak so loud : lli:t K'-'t jour tojs o! Kins & Pruud. Iwitftll'ir. Tor anything that's nice and s'.k-k, Go Vj Kins & Pruiid's rlwM ijuick. VolH. If a ClirlstinaB Cari, your trloiid would plrase Tvu'll Qnd it at King & Proud ultli ease. Dry den. If a cheap Book you think vou'd like, KIijk & Proud are on a strike. Eurnc. On Saturday last, Will Risk cut bis foot quite badly with an ax. T. C. Dungan has ono thousand dollars to loan. Call and aoe him. Mrs. George V. Luckbardt is at Craig, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dmry. W. H. llichards is In Atchison county, looking after his swamp land business. Cholera is playing bavoc with the hogs belouglng to Henry Walker of Libeity township. Recorder Morgan has moved to our city and occupied tho resident proper ty of W. T. Eddy. Best brands of rubber boot, 2.50 Como soon, they won't last long At Kreek & Watson's. Full stock men's boots at Mark land's for only $'-.00. Ho will save you 25 per cent, on all purchases. Cndg's eity council has passed an ordinance forbidding asiy kind ot busi ness being conducted ou Sunday. -Wm. Diury and H. C. Miller, oi Liberty township, each sold a car load of cattle last week at $17 per bead. Mrs. Dobyns can now bo found at her store, whuio she will be pleased to wait upon those needing anything in her line. Remember that F. S. Wells, Forest City, carries a line assortment of candies for the Holiday trade. The Hampton College Students gave two entertainments in our ciiy last week, which were first class in the highest degree. Wm. King, who has been visiting his father, Heuuelt King, left lor bis home m Deei field, Iudiana, accompan ied by his father. Staple and fancy groceries, canned goods trat, coffees, eixars, tobaccos, cheaper thax anybody can sell them F. S. Wells. Forest City. -Elder D. Hone lett last Tuesday morning tor Mound Uity, where he will remain a wcck and assist in conducting a revival. Xodaway Democrat. Tho Zouavo Calcsthenirs dtill, giv en by Captain Camo O'Fallon and her military compny, at the Court House Christmas Eve, will be an attraction. For a gocd lunch, remember that Jacob Limpp, Forest City, knows Just how to fix '.hem up, and has what yon want cheese, bologna, sal dines, oysters, cider, etc. Consult the printed date following your name on the margin of the Sknti KKL. It will show you to what period your subscription is paid to, and, if in arrears, please call and settle. J. IS. Payne has just received a largo invoice of Clothing and Cloaks that he u offering for less lhau they can bo bought tor at any other plaro in the county. See bis card elsewhere in this issue. Elegant hammered csrds announce tho wedding of Mr. Ferd L. Craiuton, ot Leavenworth, Kansas, and Miss Ora KuiBtil, of tins city. Tho ceremony occurring at the residence of tho bride's parents, Wednesday December 22d. The White Cloud feiry has laid up to take a rest, on account of tbe cold weather, fieeziug a good bridge across the Old Muddy. Tho river at that plico wai blocked on tbo 9:h of Janu ary, '8G and this year on December 3d. Vtr good goods, cheap as the cheapest, go to Oren & Sacgei's, New Point. They carry a full line ot Dry Goods, tio nod cheap Dress Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoci, lists, Caps, Etc., and will no: bo undersold by any firm in the county. Lidies, you may not believe it, but it is a fact, Marklaud has a larger and better selected stock of fine shoes I bun any other dealor in the county. Bui it is reasonable to suppose that ho has, for ho makes, it an exclusive business, and guarantees to give yoi a good fit, good goods, and sivo you 25 par cent, on every purchase. Call and see hiai before luiving. He will be found north side Public Square, first door west of City Hot-t. Gelvin & Matirer received 400 hogg Monday and Tuesday at this place. Tho entire lot aveiaged 350 pounds. Ono car load of these hogs was deliv ered by Warren Brownlee, and were his own raising, and averaged 430 lb. Six years ago this sawo firm bought of him ono load that made an average of 455 pounds. He is oneol tho best hog raisers in the northwest. He breeds nothing but the best Poland China. These two ears arc the heaviest ever delivered in Maitland. Herald. It gives us pleasuro to announce that by special arrangement with the publishers of the In'er-Ocean, wo are able to offer the Sentinel and the Weekly Inter Ocean at tbo lor.- price of $'-.35 per year for both papers. It is perhaps needless for us to say to our readers that the Inter-Ocean is Ko publican ot the first order, for it is kuown as such all orsr the country. It is also known as a fair and hone-t pa per to all parties. It is broad and national in its views. As a newspaper it is unexcelled. Each isue has the new of the world condensed. Its lit eiary character is high, and as a fa:u-ilj- newspaper it has a reputation sec ond to no metropolitan journal in tbe nation. Specimen copies can be seen at this tflp'o. Call and see our Holiday this week. IIIXDE &PHILBRICK. M. N. C. C. S. S. Stands tor Markland's New Cash Custom Shoe Store. Where you can get the best bar gains in Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., that you ever made. Farther particulars next week in regard to program to be given at the Court House Christian Eve. The series oi meetings at the Mound City Christian church, have thus far resulted m seventy additions. John Ashworth took his departure for St. Joseph last Monday, where ho has aocoptod a clerkship in a grocery store. B. O. Bennett, of Seneca, Kansas, will spend the winter in our midst, tho guest ot his daughter, Mrs. L. K Knowles. The tenth annual meeting of the No:thwcei Missouri Teachers' Assr.eia tion will be held at Macon City, Decem ber 23, 2'J, 30th, 1S8G. It is important that every member of Meyer Post should bo in attendance at a special meeting called for Monday evening, December 20th. Our fellow townsman, N. F, Mur ray was elected vice-president of the Missouri Horticultural Society, at a meeting recently hold at Lexington. The Kunkel Mills are now running to their fullest capacity, haviug plenty of water to do all the grinding that comes in. Go now and have your giists ground. -Remember that the place to buy your Holiday ao;ds, such as pure iuix d candies, stick candies, raisins, huts, fancy groceries-, etc , is at F. S. Wells, Forest City. All members of Meyer Poss G. A. K: aro notified toBSemble at Post head quartors on Monday evening, December 20th at 7 o'clock, sharp. Visiting com rades cordially invited. Call and see Niel Kuukel when you want your watch, clock or sewing machine repaired. He will bo found in tho J. W. Greene building, two doors east of Fitts' Cash St'. re. Charles W. Lnkens, dentist, will be at the Commercial House, Maitland, Tuesday and WedtCiday December 21 and 22d. At tbu Hiatt Homo, Mound City. 'I hursday, December 2;!d. Itch, Mange, nd Scratches of every kind cured in SO tr.iuutu by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. A sure cure and poifoctly harmless. War ranted by llinde & Philbrick, druggists, Oregon, Mo. Go' to Oren & Sacgcr's, New Point, for your Boots & Shoes. An immense stock just received direct from the fac tory. We can and will give you as good bargains in this line as any house in Holt comity. Thu "Gates Ajar," will be tho sub ject at the M. E. church Christmas Eve. and ou the same evening, tho German M. E. Sunday school will have a Christ mas troe, and ou New Year's Eve. thu Christian Sunday school will have a literary entertainment. We have just received our Winter stock of Clothing, and are now icady to fit you out with a suit of clothes and au overcoat for an small an amount of money an it can be done for by any firm in Northwest Missouri. All first-class goods.All wc ask is for you to call and see, ive us a trial and we'll gunrantcc that you will bo satisfied. Oiucn & Saegkk, New Point, Mo. Meyer Post, G. A. K. held their election of clllecrs on Saturday eve ning last with the fuliowiag result: Commander, Ashcr Goslin; Seuior Vice, U E Denney ; Juuior Vice, Henry Molter; Quartermaster, S W Morrison; Surgeon. J B Foster; Chaplain, D P. Dobyns; Officer of Guard, Philip Rush; Officer of the Day, W H trame; rep resentatives to Sta'c Encampment, H E Denny, G W Cummins ; alternate, Dauiel Zvcbman, Peter Seip. Ml WWW W W I Be sure and give Jacob Liiupp, Forest City, a call and examine his stock of Candies and Holiday Goods As the Season is far Advanced, in the next I will give to the trade some unheard of BARGAINS. Don't wait, but come at once and be convinced. Prices ranging from $3.75 up to 20.00. Our stock is still complete. Early pur chasers will receive the choice BARGAINS. ET OREGON, MISSOURI. IRA Anyone desiring to purcbr.se a ma and weli-arrr.nged liousi, nicely loca ted, will please call on P. M. Flinn, Or egon, Mo. J You can get the best bargains in groceries and canned goods to Lo ob tained in the county of F. S. Wells, J Forest City. If you want a nice Cbi.-tmsg pres -1 cnt for your father, brother, husband or son, call and see those line slippers at Markland's. A!ex Ilostetter, is prepared to serve treah oysters in any style you want them, and Mrs. 1. kuims just bow to fix them up. They aio larger and nicer this yoar than ever. C. W. Lul.er.s-, dentist, will be at the Commercial House Maitland, Tues day au'l Wcdue-day, Dtccmber 21 and 22d. At th Hiatt House, Mound City, Thursday, Pccomb-r 23d. Jehu Foster is :ww agent for the McDermot M;.ri!c Works of Savaunah. He has jt:-t t:i!.en orders for fine mon uments to mark the resting place of Mart Meyer and Sol. Comer. He this week placed a handsome stone at tho grave .'of Jennie Pennel. If you want to see something rich and cicgant, it will not cost jou a ctnt. Just take a look at the show-windows in Ira Peter's store and see how beau tifully decorated thi-y are. It will re pay any one to take a view of these window?. And right here, let us add, that Charles Peter who docs this work is an artist in this line, using better judgment and making better display than many professional trimmers. Thanks. Words cannot express the gralitudn we feel towards ehe many friends who w.-rc so kind to our Dear Mother and to us, in her late sickness, and our sor row and allliction. Wc can only offer you our heartfelt thanks and pray God that when jour turn comes you may meet with the saiuc loving care aud sympathy. WSI. II. ClIKIbTIAX, Geo. M. Cukixtian, Lucr S. Kavciiuk, And family. "The Great Invitation" is tho title of your lessou for next Sunday. Para disc opens upon us at tbo beginning of the Bible. "Paradise regained" opens at its end. Tho Bible, as a whole, is niamUstly an illustration of God's lov ing and ever controlling aim to save this lost world. Here this marvellous record ends, with an admonition against adding lo or taking from tne record a solemn protest against tlu.t spirit of our limes which would find in this book what is not here, which would make doctrines out of dogmas, and which assumes to be wise above what is writ ton Tim i-iini-lusion is that this vol- ! umo is to stand unimproved and un modified by any addition or alteration ; and why not? Who will venture 10 ehango this record? To lako away from the words of this "Book" is to reject feome of its parts as unwoiihy of Ioclicl. JO ncgieci any oi us leaumnH or fail to give them proper place in our theological system, is to diminih its , threatening, or seek to find in thew , teachings apology far sin or unbelief. We are lo let the whole Mand as the ' Word of God, and uiai.e this "Honk" i our court of final appf.it in all matters of morals and religion; anU we are. to io this at tho peril ot losing our souls. Fitly now tais wonderful record closes with a sweet benediction fiom the heart . of the apostle. IF YOU WANT A GOOD BARGAIN) George W. Patten, who was arrest ed a year or two ago, on the cii.nxo of stealing a team ot horses from Win. Siratr.s and escaped from the oficers has been re arrested and will doubtless be brought hero for trial. He vita :.r rcsted at Wyandotte, Kansas, for vio lating a city ordinance and th'ofii'.-er happened to have a card dec'ibing Patten and telegraphed to parties here that he had him umbr arrest. He was identified by Mr. Siinms who went down to see him. Craig Leader Pros editing attorney Kea arrived in our city Monday with the. prisoner, and he was lodged iu jail to await his trial. The lailles of Uie Woman a Tem perance Union of Foiest City will give a "corn lestival" in the temper ance Hall, on Christmas night, (Satur day). Come everybody and bring your neighbors, Tbe curiosity of the evciunswill bo tho family of Objibo way Indians in their wigwams. Tho squaw will tell the whito friends during the evening, what lire-water" has done for her red people, ner young ehildrca will be displayed with their baskets of corn and m their depart ment hopo to be well patronized. Tho following literary program will be ren dered, beginning at 7:;?0 o'clock sharp, after which tho lailies will serve re freshments, consisting of coffee nnd corn served in various styles, cake, bianco mange, etc. Muie, string band; anthem; recitation, Allio Wilkinson; music, string band: o-say, Marshal Utfgers; Keeitation, Lucy Thornhlll; music, duett; recitatimi, Mrs. Joe II. Williams; music, string band; reading, Prof. Funk; recitation, Turn Peters; music, brass band. Admission : adults teu cents; childreu five cents. YOU CAN GET THE BEST Bargains In GROCERIES AD CANNED GOODS to be obtained in llio coun ty at F.S.Wells, Forest City. IN- Boots So Shoes GO TO Fred Seeman's at Postoffice, On last Saturday night about 1 1 :30 the bottom fell out of the Burlington Junction private gambling den and the inmates found themselves iu a man trap. Those who found themselves thus eutrappeil go to breakfast to tho roll call of Dr. May, Wade .lones.Bill Sales, and John Piunel. They woro arretted in the second s'ory the Star grocery building, leased and occupied by L. B. Chrissinger as an office. They were held until Monday when they plead guilty to the charge of gambling, in Mayor Bollinger's court and were wach fined $26 and c jsts. Mr. Chrissmger, who was alaep iu an adjoining room, wa arrested on tne charge of allowing, or permitting gambling on Ins premises and on trial was convicted and fined .$50 aud costs. This conviction was a serious matter with Mr. Chnsfinger and was a surpri-e to m.-.ny. lie wa- a ju'ticeof the peace at the tinni of his conviction but has since resigned. His offense is punishable by a heavy pen .,!, .ili-e n.f. Stii't: laws On Sunday evening, Aaron U-tnkin, a man who has spent tiie sum-ueraniong us wi'hoiit any tisible means ot support, was ar tested ou charge of burning ur city jail, on or about October 22d. IK!. On tailure to give bond he was committed to the conn: v jail lo :iwai: hw trial-Post. Miss H.itsic Kly, tte child elocu tionist, fills an engagement at Savan- n ;h tiiis week, r.nd her advance agcr.l I will be here during thu week to make t 1 it ilnto for this pUcc. The lato maeting ot tho State Hor ticultural Society at Laxington, is re ported to us as being ono of the best in the l.istory of rhc society. Mr. Murray ot this county had Somo celory on cv lubition, grown on land continuously farmed for forty-live yrars, and which has been subfuled hut once (?Ss) to p. depth of eighteen inches, and never I manured or clovercd. "The l!;d ('.;ks of the Loess Hills," was the title of an essay by Mr. Laujhliu of this county. He was famiiar with tastes of fruits from tbo Atlantic lo tho Pacific: from the lakes to the gtilt. but not here were upples so painted :is hero. Why do we ransack the globe for fruits not grown bore, and leave our own pawpa aud persimmon undeveloped? This paper is t aid to havo been tho gom of tho meeting. Mrs. Goshn and Messrs. Murray and Irvine also road papers. Messrs. Laugbdu and Murray exhibited a new apple and asked the society to christen it "Babbit." The Holt county society reported $G6,0C0 as the receipts from tho applo crop this season. Ojr society also took a number o! first ami second premiums. llinde & Philbrick's is the place to buy your Dressing; Cases, Mirror, Hanging Lumps, etc., for tho Holidays. Xiiut-: Eve Kntertainment. One of tbo most attractive entertain ments ever presented to the citizens of Oregon will be given at the Court House on Christmas eve. 'VUt leading feature will consist of the beautiful "Znuavo C.ilisthenic drill" given by 21 gir's dressed in military costume under comnrind of Capt.Carrio O'Fallon; tiierc will alsa bo several beautiful Ublvauxs by the git Is iu costume. In add'.tisn to the above, there will be some entirely ne.v Chri-tm:'- musu: by the children, also mu-dc by the Pre; bytcrUu choir, cJiisi.-.tm of solos, duetts and ipiaiteltt.s, and somo fine recitations by the children of the Pres byterian S.i'obath School. This ill be given for the bei.efit ot the.Wonittu'd Missionary Society, of the P'tfbytcnars Church and the Presby terian Sabbath School, and the enter tainment will be one of the most enjuy able ever given in Oregon. Price of admission: Adults 20 cU; children, 10 ets. Doors open at 7 o'clock; en tertainment begins at 7 1-2 o'clock. Let all attend this beautiful entertain meut, Com.mittke. if you mm A GOOD -::BARGAIN: S! ; IX- 1 W 6a to Fred Seema? at the KGStoJJicc, LTegon, mo. S WANTED o Tin; linn of Win. Whinipk-&San, dealers in Books, periodicals newspa pers, etc., Felix street, between 3rd and 1th streets, St Joseph, have removed to more commodious quarters in the build ing ocenpied by the Hock Island K. K. as their offices, corner 4th and Felix; streets. The name of the firm has been ! changed to Whliii; Ie & Beaumont, j They are now ready to icceive their. Holt County many friends and patrons! iu first-class syle in t!icir new quarters. They have enlarged their stock and now have one ot the largest and best selected slock of books, periodicals et--., to be found in St Joseph. In ad dition to tueir large slock of boo's they havo added the handsomest line of Xnveltios and Fancy Articles for the Holidays ever shown in the City. If you want something nice and useiui for the little ones, they have just what you want. In fact, they b.te the Une-t line of Christinas and holiday guilds to be found in St. Joe. Don't fail to ghe , them a call when in the city. H'-mem 1 ber if ynu want ; present lor father I mother, brother, si-ter. son, dauglitur, cousins, uncles or aunt?, you wi'I find it at Whimp'.e & BeaumontV, corner j 4rh aud Felix Streets. i JF YOU WANT ItaTC Just reei'-Ivecl large 'inn.? nl m.nioy tioia frlenit In St. Jiisri'ti, who are ai.slnusMliKm it to tho Fanner et II..I'.-;n,mv, Misuuri.un their 1MI'KVKI F.WtMS at a I.OWKU 1LATK of interest an.t Itl.TTKltTKltMSUiau heretefiipj "'Hens! Iy itijsetf r !!: enwiReil til the loanhis luisliicv.. INTKKEST FA ID ANNUALLY. Can furnish l.AKfiKiirs.MAI.1. "mi-is as ileilreil on Imie r HHOKTTIMK wltlumt iti lay. IlOKIiOiVEIMii have prHlleKO of FAYING OFF LOAN at ANY TIME OR ANY AMOUNT. NO AISVTKAIT OF TITLE ItLHUIirLD until loan U api.rnveJ. AI.I.KXt'KXHKnf exainln liiK security aatl drawing up ol imiiers. I'M by zaytelf. BEAU THIS IN KIND ! Now- If you are tliliikliiKi'fKettliiK a !..?( or rer.cwtUK an OLD OXi: v.h-f; a IIII'.II RATU rf INTKKKST I' pahl, J'J3t cme ami set MY TERMS Or write liernrcn--iM!iKi!'-fi!iltenrrirK''mH!H clicwi.ere. ami ei- If I can't li:o?.v.ilc:to ynu. Don't hesitate, tmt c.im: rllit away, fer ill l.ijs (.imH !!.) .-.re dangerous. J. FOSTER HABSHALL, Notary Mslic M Conveyancer, JWoninl City. M. A Good Bargain; oneyioLOan fun clvfl von better rates - T t f .1 1 . - , AP1 ... tlum heretofore oflVreil by KnnTQ X N nHP H" nytlr s.jreiit. lJUUlj I UliW'oOiinlcucxaiJiiiJatioiioftiUiiiS -GO TO- 'S AT POSTOFFICE, OREGON, MO. low illlVnt'll. iiuni.iivi - i mitred, until loan isapnrtirV ! ed of. Ou iartfe loans.raten iof interest, turyrisiugly Address, V. K. IIorriAX.v,Oi:i:wN,Mo.