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I road iraprovemen tv tjlld dcle.lUallt Je OP THE WORLD f t J -J Ti ft vv f r 11 X t ! Marion. i Mr. I.t nlz is Laving .men I :in. pi.! up 111. j tipithrr Ji'lm isd'tin the wmk. . -Messrs. Clark and Miller purchased them a flue carriage from a St. Joseph company on lay last Keck. --Mrs Marion and daughter, Itirdtr, have re ' ,med from ati extended visit with tririids and relatives, near Marjville, Mo. -You can hear Crowthcr's roo.ter crofiii.K iintt any hour in our vicinity, hut F.IILsot.'s nxister st too ratirli gall and Is sick. Mr. Alilanal. who was called to the bed--idf of Ills mother a lew weeks ag". Iiai turned, li-porttui; Ills mother much I" tier. -Kcport of the Marl, n scIhhiI fur the mo;'th, ending Nov. , 1KU : Knrollmrnt, 41 ; total .iiiiulii-r of days attended Iy all the pupils, Clt ; .terai;e number of dai attendeil jer pupil, 15 : average uumlierof pupils attendm rarh dsy, SiH : ht cent, of dally attendance of enroll ment, 7s 5-R. The following are the names of Ihe pupils who were present every da and not lardy : Iticka and Adam Scheip, Laura, Cora ind Charley Ahplaiulp. l-na Honiet-ker, llanv I'olliHkand l.ewi9 Wills. Nluio. Townsend & Wyatt Dry Goods Co The 5TM 4 FeLix $t$., ST. JOSEPH, MO. Last Silk Sale of The Season u 1894 The Mnrringc ICeconl. The following marriage licenses have hem corded sinc.iour last report: .fas Atideru.ni. Atlanta, l.i .andSulle Will open Monday, November 19, in all its fullness. A Sale strong in values. Colored Silks. 1 1.000 yards cf all-silk Sura will be sold at : : 7c i 1.500 vards all-silk Colored Faille 1 1-2-yard to 10-yard i(r M"K!lenaths. worth $1.00 per yard : : : : ' 350 yards all-silk Colored 6 ocaded Satin Duchesse. in a gual ity you would least expect at the prices. $2.00 a yard is QUr what thev would be but this sale makes the price per yard "01 1,000 yards Fancy Silks, black and all colors, in waist if 1Z : patterns from 25c up to : : : : : pi.-J Some rare bargains may be found in this lot. Black Silks. We have never sold them so cheaply and the increasing de mand will make this sale a marvelous success. Oct. 4 M. Ktly, Leavenworth, Kan. Oct W. M. lletlner. Coin, la . and Ora Hickman, Craig. Oct. . KlmerA Cosion and U-ola C Maitiand Vt.H. Allien (. Snope and Alice M.md Art.ett. Mound Clt . n.-t. is Ora Morse and Laura UoliM-crri, Mound Ci v. " Ojt. IT. Jno. M. W.-gqoner, Cnrzon, and fannieTajlor. White Cloud, Kan. Oct. .1 n.ntlelt Winter anil l.ora I Widows, MaRVille. Mo Oct. lit. ieo. W. Noriis, Oregon, ami l-nini : rampliell. M.iitlaml. j Oct -" C. C Watson. Oregon, and Flla C.. I'riplett.Cr.iig I Oct. 2J. Louis M. Wampler. Mourn! Clt). am! ilattie I'.itt.-ron, Maitiand. o t..-ii. Hami.ii s. unite and Xamde , Black Satin Duchesse. all-silk, is a orcat favorite and should Nov. I. W in. II Martin and Susan L lie i:-nl. Mound City. 1 sell rapidly. The three qualities here" quoted are each a bargain. fnr uio rlaim that tufPntv-fivp ner rpnt mnrp CO - (HL (T 1 OA Nov. M. IfaielteKnnk.l.New l-oint. and."" " " . "rr-" . IIAf XI I nl Al V l V . y W S, , iy m. iiii.i .lackson, Oreg.'n. Nov. It. Ko'iert l'rotlit and Annie Ol-'gOll N.h. IT Wm. Il.ilre and Carri !irles. Nov IT. Horace Haw lev and Mary U e. I'ol lie.s. Nov. IT Frank M. t.'phoiiso anil I.i7ie rancher. MonnJ City. !:i..ii- K-al Instate Transfers. The following is n lint of the convej inces liied for record ilurin the week, ondirij; Satimhiy, Xnv. 17, 180t. lie ported by Clotiv. Morris, lib.! racier, Oreijoii, Mo.: 7MEttANTY IIF.KIIS. Malhia S. SmK-k to l an.lrr .1. Pope, I ; .1 1 1 1 2T. 0.1. 3T - TW ol Micliail Ileiinett and ile to I'.nid Mimkels, , .i,i!rta l, S 2i. J ' I". Ilamlvamt utte to Martin Mil'er. nT :i In m se and -la sw seur,. Kl 31 . HVI 111 st:,teof Missouri in Kdiv. lnnpKin. sw SI, 2. In . l'.ilint Marili l. I'ickett lo Xnmleon I'.roviii- ios. Il T. LliK-k IT, MiMiiitl I'lly .- Ilisim II. i. ISVini and wife to .laeoli Mnniiii. IKirl lot K.lilock 3. Mound I'll V II.VjIhi Mary lulfrev et al to Colton Clark, mid J-i; of 13 -tO ttl a II, 33. l. St 4W! TO Lis. II. Ilawsun :.nd wif- to Jno. I! Clark, lie lie Kt. 3T . 0 M !. M. Konl and wife lo K X Mejrinaier. s .i. lot 21. Id. ek 31. 1'r--t Clt. ... I51UI . Wllil! ami wife n V. X Slecniaier. lot 2. Idoek r.T. Kor.-.t Citv lr. i- W ;. Karleigli and wife to I". X. Slt-K- iii tit r. hit I, Idoek ST. Forest Citv . MW '.dm Winkler and uif.it.. W. K. K.eli- .ir.l-on. lots 2 and 3, Idix-k :n . .. ") ora i: Cordon to ('.o W. Itonloii.p.iri lot 7. hloek 7. Mound I'llv ... asfl oi Millions Ihirdni.tn and u-ife to I C IMlxles. , e'. e s.33,fd. 37 QUIT i:l..t.M DKKtlsl. j-i.C. Smix-k and ulfe to Matln.is Sin I.; a in 2. a. 3? . . - Am. F H.nisand wneto I'.ijlor Tl.orl S..H... sw 31. Ml. 3T iios. Mooic :ml wiTe lo l,ei. W ;..f.iti, titi lot T. Mock 7. Monml than the prices Quoted are their true values e H-ihr. Back peau deSoie in good quality, another bargain that 001, , cars. .-, at any other time would be worth $1.00. now marked at U2v. Black Merveilleux. all-silk, worth 95c. for 77 1-2c. Black Satin Rhadsmere. an all-silk, an excellent quatity (r " and one that is worth C5c. These we will have on sale at Two qualities in all-silk Black Faille we will frfo 1nJ 001f nffpr at Ihic calo fnr npr varri ! ! Uul UlIU UU? This will be a great silk sale end if there is a timeana it is said there is for all things let this be YOUR time TO BUY SILKS. The Toy Department. Is now open, a world of Dolls, Animals, Wag ons, Hobbv-Horses, S Loo-Fly s,Engines,Trains, Etc., on our 3rd floor. Secure your supply now. New I'oiut. - John Kline returned home from B:itr.'e, Sell .l.itTl:inday. --The meetliiK .it the 1'irshiter.an cV.nrah Mill continues with g.iod r-snl;s. Mrs. J. a Oreii and Mr, VoKle II. ran returned from C.vceM..r SlimlES last TllUtd.iy. . . . . . . ... il.nn. -- II. I liuion. s. r. l.r.iicz aim ti ". vn were trairactiic Imsine., In Mt. Joe tti.s H'flk . -Miss l.uila . I K. C. Meyer sUrte.l for UnVes-is. New Mrvco. They ro In Jrcll of health. Mr. Pr Fir.iHej is exp'Cted home Friday f r-jm Okl.ih.im i, where s'ie 1ms been vlsltlu relatlen. -K.ia Oren retiiriit'd h inie Sunday from Andrew counts, where "he has bn vWUng friends the past week. Weuiiderst.inllli.it Father Ilarrtm.n Bt butt pretty hadly hy a tall while Utlilng on the new churcli last Tuesday. --Fred Kraiiur. Sr., died at his home near ri. l.i! Moml.iv nlirlr.. Funeral services were conducted from t'-e (i. tinan M. E. church, last Wednesday. He was .I'.ont 70 years nl.i. I'ETEB. TOWNSEND & WYATT Dry Goods Co., otli & FKI.IX STISKKTS. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Plain sSewing & Dress flaking Miss Anna Hoffmann invites the Ladies of Oregon to call riu ":i- l . 1 lie iill.t Wile If. III. s. Col li. i. t. lsrt 7. s. idoek 17 .ishI lot I. .!.-. I' o.-st TiK sou. and see her at Dr. J. R Kear- , ney's residence, where she has opened up Dress Making Par- lors. All orders will receive i ; prompt attention. KeniemlH-r Dr. Allien nKiki a ' I o i;tl -f 1:-o;ims f winueii and einldron. ,.e I,.s'. 11V. I olll'e.e villlll III I Thk I)eniii;rattc nr.tiKreHM that meets next month will b-) th most melancholy colleL'ttoii of political corpwn ever np somliled abovo ground Out of 220 Dritnoeratic; tnomboM in the presflnt house only mixIv four have, been re-elected, and nearly all of these, are from the woiith. Only ten out of forty-four hsv boon ro elocte from the Eaft ai:il only i'V out of fifty-throe from the Vetern v,: Jitefc. i-.vn fin Hurw lil'inkotx nn.l laproliei at your at l Al A1ARII J. lliil(iiiiiitbhui Society. Thr president called the society to order at J.30. There heiiiK no new or unfinished Imsi nes to attend to. tliev proceeded to carry out tlie regular prejiram: Soi p. S;H,ed Away," choir. Kecitation. Iltiiry llajilen. F.ss.i;, Missi.uri.'M'.irne Filer. l'.iouialihy or IJ ieen Kl 7.hetli, Ett;i C.irnd'. Qui lies, l.ulu Vali.h et r. I'aiaplirase of a "Summer Storm." l-ali Kauelier. Keadii.K. John IVret. ltecit.Tloii. " n.e Steam I'oat." Cl.ireece Ap plem.ni. ile.ulll:?. I.i7:e Watson. urreut Nms (lerlrfde Slock. i iin ries. Jennie Itaker. Memorv semi. Lena Kunkel. Hi ci'.atloii. "1 he Country Man at the Mlo.v,' Frank IaiicIi. P.iii.plir.ise. Karl Itoinl. K.s.ii.-ilahltsol Ke:nliin:.".'eilli:i (.reeii. Vocil duel. Iiis Kos'ock .in I nne Col mill. (U"t.itiois. Maude Molituomerv. !; eitatiiu. Verne.-cii!oii ..uiei. ouu. ell or. 'I he critic made some eei Unit criticisms Tlie visitor weie: Ouv l.'eherls. It li. iv.v Vanlluskiik and Mr. lluno tl One of tlie iiieiiilier, I. as heen on iie.irlt everv proiiaio since liieor niii.'.i i of t!i sc.-. Fills s lie. :iis. lie lias n. vei In-cu pr pa I when l.i division eon.-s aioaud llicli .school Notes Hon. O. W Mitiph) v..sa vi-itor last Moo da iiioinin . , , ... ,i s.e,i ralol the h c'l school h.ivs attended tun liter ir exercises at Miil Oieck last Fii...... liij.M. Iit MoihI.iv the schol irsol the eutn.- seti.M.I asseinl'lec n the front ard ail n I in pn tiu.s taken in a Kroup. I he d iv .is e.'l.l a .! , ..f 1 1... t ...r noes e.ml.l n .1 k- - sli-l tln ref.oe then i.np i" not .is il onl I naieh- e .. Thelilfch scliool also had their.s t iken m.ise,. arale moiip. The belief that ! reniilto of lat Tue lav's election were due to Ihe Ht.n at homes of their larty h.i been tlu onlv siurce of coinfort Jo the Demo crnts of MisMiuri in their hour of nHlif tioti. The) returns imlicale that even thin email crumb must he relinijundi-i. Thev show, it ii true, a con-uier.ihlo do crea'ce in the Democratic vole. but. on the other hat.tl. thev reveal a correH tiomluiK increat-ein the Republican ami pupulit-t vole. In ISMtlie total num ber of votes cast, excluding the prohibi tion vote, was K17.fi9. The !ij.e;regal.) voto at last Tuesday V election v as M3. (07 an e-timate baed upon the re tnrrs from a majnrity of the countiee of Ihoatnte. ThisisJoS2 votes less than was cast two years ago. In St. Lou City tU'il less votes were polled at ti n late election than in 18'JU. which mi.ro than accounts for the decrease in the HijgreKate vote for the state. In other words, as many votes were cast la-t Tuesdav outside the city of St. Lou's a in 1892. There were mighty few stay at homes. Practically all of the voters went to tho polls; but a large number t.t them departed from their usual cuhtoro and scratched the Democratic ticket. -S; Ixiuis Glob Democrat. il TV THE BEST. -AllC your popular t l'hilbrici. II Some '