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Is especially true ol need's Pills, for nomedl else ever contained so great curative power in so small space. They arc a whole medicine Hood's cnest, always rcaay, ai- aagav ways efficient, always sat- I I af Isfactory; prevent a cold III -.... tl i: ill aP sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. 53c The only mis to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. DOCTOR jw Acker's ENGLISH Remedy will stop a cough in night, check a cold in a day, and care consumption if taken in time. If the little ones have Croup or naoopiBM vonga, Croup is avery ratal ai&ease. Fully one half of those at tacked die. The creat dancer is The disease progresses so rapidly that the loss of a few hours in treatment is often fatal, acker's English Reme dy will cure Croup, and It should I wajrm be lcept in the house tor emergencies. A 35 cent bottle may save your child's life. Three slsest 35c, 50c, II. All Druggists- BACKER MEDICINE CO. J 16 4k 18 Chambers St Hew York. BEST LINE TO KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH, 1ENVER, OMAHA, ST. LOUIS, CHICACO and ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. THROUGH SERVICE DAILY TO Sioux City, St. Paul, Minneapolis and the North. :AST TRAINS TO ALL POINTS IN COLORADO, NEBRASKA, MONTANA AND PACIFIC COAST. ! W. Wakeley, G. P. A., ST. LOUIS. HO. Howard Elliott, Gen. Mgr., ST. JOSEPH, mo. D. K. Torrey, T. P. A., sr. joscph. no VINE IIOVEV. Agent. Forest City, Mo. SPECIAL WALL PAPERS FROM 3Cts, A ROLL UP. Write for Samples. CHAS. DAUERNHEIM WALL PAPER CO 2 1 4 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. ACENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. WORK SHOPS Or wood and metal workers, without rteam paer,iuiiKfiwitn BARNES FOOT-POWER MACHINERY How Jf" Lld " J"! and give creat- W.F.&JOHN BARNES CO. 218 Ruby Strait, RDekford, fit. for a descrip SOLD 1673 tion of THIS A MO U S 0. LC.HOGS REED, two of which weighed FBB IlfUtlC PIIPSSE. 2806 Iks. IN 1804. First applicant from each local ity can have a pair on time ,an id c:irt. n ti n agency. u u. oiiur iu., untiaiiu, u. It Soaks Into the Flesh . right down through the fevered parts to where the inflammation is rooted. That is why Mustang Liniment cures all aches and pains of man or beast." If it evaporated or re mained on the skin it could not cure. That is why volatile extracts fail. Theycan'tgodown through the inflamed parts. Mustang: Liniment owes its success to its power of penetration. There is nothing mar velous about its cura tive powers. It is sim ply a few common sense ingredients combined in a way to make pen etration possible and insure a cure. Mustang Liniment has been used for one half a century. Write for "Fairy Story Book," fllus trated, also "Hints from a Horse-doctor's Diary." Both boots mailed free. Lyoa Manufacturing Co., 43 South 5th St.. Brooklya, N. Y. PAINT YOTO HOUSE with SILVER SEAL HOUSE PAINTS They are the best. If your nearest dealer does not keep them send to Crescent Color Co., Waanafas mm, 7M S. M St. Lewla, at aw tor Price sad Color Cards. Ml mi WSenC bbbbbbbbbkV McKinley and the Farmers. The principal Mugwump organ of the country directs attention to what it calls "the very curious fact that the most genuine enthusiasm for McKinley is to be found among the farmers, and not, as one would have expected, among the artisans and manufacturers" the only explanation of which, it goes on to say, with a characteristic sneer, "is that the farming mind is peculiarly susceptible to the McKinley logic." It is true that McKinley'a strength is greatest in the agricultural states, but there is nothing "curious" about it. The fnrmera were persuaded to turn against protection in 1802 with glowing promises of an en Iarged demand and increased prices for their products, and they have found out by sad experience that they could not haye made a worse mistake. A Demo cratic tariff policy hns been tried, nnd tho result is diminished prosperity. In stead of securing new foreign markets they have been hhut out of many to which they already had access, and they are not getting as much for their crops as they formerly received, lhey see whero the trouble lies. "The farming rnind"grasps the fact that 11 return to the old system will bo an advantage, and that the foremost champion of protection is their logical candidate for that purpose, It is easy to account in this way for the McKinley enthusiasm in Illinois Missouri, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska anil other great agricultural states. The farmers hnve changed their minds about McKinleyism, under the practical dis cipline of hard times and the costly fail ure of Democratic tariff legislation Tiiej have been fooled once, but they can not In fooled again. It is not a the ory, but .1 condition, that is causing them to rally to the support of the dis tinguished Ohioan whose statesmansliii they hastily condemred in 1S92. They look upon him as standing for that which is necessary to tho revival of their prosperity nnd the promotion of their welfare. His popularity with thnmsigni ties that they are tired and sick of a pol icy that prevents them from doing n protitahle business and obtaining : fair return for their labor. Their com tnon sense tells them that farming can never be made to pay without a tariff so adjusted as to protect home markets against foreign invasion nnd increase exports of surplus products to other countries. They see plainly to hnve the mills start again, and abundant work for tho laboring man will solve the silver craze. They propose to undo the stupen dous blunder for which they liave paid so dearly; and that is why thev insist that McKinloy shall be tho next presi dent. 1 i t You Ever. Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief nnd cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct inlluenco in giving strength and tone to the organs, If you have Loss of Appetite, Constipa tion lloauachc, Painting bpolls, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melan choly or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Hitters is the medicine you need. Health nnd Strength are guaran teed by its use. Large bottles only fifty cents at Clark O. Proud's drug store. Ik n president and congress were elect ed in November committed to tho free and unlimited coinage of grains of silver into dollars, nearly six months would pass before they could be inaug urated and six months more before the proposed legislation could become law. During thut time creditors would seek to protect themselves against being paid in dollars worth only about 13 grains of gold, and they would endeavor to make collections before the unlimited coinage of depreciated dollars began. The debt ore would not bo allowed to remain deb tors until they could gel the advantage of paying off what they owed at 50 cents on the dollar; they would be forced to immediate settlements. Sheriffs nnd constables would call upon them with out delay. Depositors in banks would withdraw their money. Tho large mer chants, forced to settle their foreign in debtedness, would insist upon immed iate payment of debts due from (.mailer merchants. Tho smaller merchants in turn would be compelled to force collec tions from their customers. The great volume of business conducted upon cred its would cease. Mrs. Rhodie Noah, of this place was taken in the night with cramping pains nnd the next day diarrhoea set in. She took half n bottle of blackberry cordial but got no relief, rihe then sent to me to see if I had anything that would help her. I sent her a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the lirst dose relieved her. Another of our neighbors had been sick for about a week and hnd tried differ ent remedies for diarrhoea but kept getting worse. I sent him this enme remedy. Only four uoses ir it were re quired to cure him. lie hays ho owes his recoverv to this wonderful remedy. Mrs. Mary Siblev, Sidney, Mich. For sale by Clark O. Proud. Tin: advocates of silver coinage insist that with 371 '4 grainsof silver ndmitted in unlimited quantities to the mints for coinage, free of charge, the bullion value of this number of grains would necessar ily bo equal, before coinage, to the coin ed dollnr. This is true, and it would be equally truo of 100 grains, or of 1 grain, if admit tod free and in unlimited quan tities to coinage. Indeed, if chips were ndmitted free and in unlimited qunnti ties to the privilege of being stamped into dollars, the chips, beforo they were stamped, would be worth as much ns the dollars after they were stumped, but unfortunately the dollars would be worth no mere than chips. Eczema is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases it ennbo per manently cured by applications of I)e Witt's Witch Hnzel Salve. It never fnils to euro Piles. Sold by T. S. Ilinde Pr Sawver. Pear Sir: Having used vonr Pastilles. I can recommend them to :tlie public. I have lieen attended bj four iIUTerent doctors liut one and a half boxes or your medi cine has done me more good titan all n tlipin. Yours respectfully. Mrs. Maggie . tohnson.llron- son. llrancii co. aiicn. oum .- numr. Let the 10 to 1 idea prevail nnd the universal demand will be made by all who loan money that it shall be paid in gold mortgages now due on the farms and homes of this country, or those that will become due before a free silver bill could be passed, will le made payable when renewed in gold. I THE KOBE TREATMENT Y OF FEMALE DISEASES. & To assist modest women, who will not submit to humiliating examinations, in treating themselves at home, a book has been prepared which describes the of all female diseases and explains their1 proper treatment. Copiesof this valuable 128-page book -will be , mailed to any lady on receipt of five cents by J Rev. B. L. McELREE, St. Elmo, COST OF TREATMENTS On Bottle McElree's Wins ol Cartful. . One Package Ihediord's Black Draught, Total Cott, Sold by all Dealers in Medicine St. Louis Made Ladies' Fine Footwear. Latest styles some as made for St. Louis and Chicago Fine Retail Trade. Only boat makes of leather are used, put together in the most reliable manner by Ao, l workmen, ask lor these eiioea fjjriiro "five" with star on each tlirmiti lontber Tipnr ton ns shown also find name on lining of shoe. SOLD Progressive Dealer-in Each. Place. -WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES." GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF SAPOLIO SETTLEMENT DOCKET. OF Probate Court of Holt County, Mo Regular August Term, A. D., 1896. XAMK OF AllMINISTKATOIt. CUAKPI AN'. CIIKATOK Ol: KXKeirroit. N'AMK OF KSTATK. OKIilTAItlllA.V. First Day, Monday, August lOtli, A. D., 1890. I'lifr. Itenj.itiiin llilcs A l.-nmlilin Piil.lie Administrator Kt annual JleXeelev. Sarah (". Cli.irles X. Uaiidall Administrator Final .Mhmt, Nellie .luiiH't II. Meer Curator Final iillif. l,oii. Kiiih'Ii A. Welly Curator -Mil annual Morris, ltlciiar.l O. IVulua A. Morrw Cuardiau lutli annual Second Day, Tuesday, August lltli, A. P., 1890. King, lieulieii AIon7n W. King Administrator Final King & l'roiid Aloiizo W. King Administrator Final 1:miIIiii-1c..IoIiii .lainex Seott Cuardiau lTtli annual .MiMire. Alfred Ix'uN I. Moore Cuardiau 13tli annual Waiiider.llatlieetal Martin W.-impler Cuardiau Mil annual Third Day, Wednesday, August latli, A. D., 1890. Williams. Ottie et vl Cites A. I.iugliliu I'lildlc Cuardiau Mil annual Ilearinc. Anna Slav Ciles A. I-mglilin I'lildlc Cuardiau fitlt aiitmnt Cillis. Slartlia Ciles A. l-iugliliu 1'iildic Cuardiau 4tli annual Oirsaut. Maggie W. I. Meer Curator Mil annual IturgiT, Freilriek K. Ida Ilurger CuanUaii aid annual Fourth Day, Thursday, August llJth, A. D., 1890. 1iu. Samuel Klljah Kowlette Administrator 4th annual Allen, IMgar I-. Cearge II. Allen Cuardiau Mil annual Aesclilioeker. Susan Christian lluetzer Cuardiau md annual Storv. Ilenrv Thomas story Administrator "nd annual r.urgcss, William U.S. Alkire Administrator 1st annual Fifth Day, Friday, August 14th, A. D., 189G. Ward. .I0I111 A. II. I. Ward Administrator 1st annual Ward. .lost et al II. U Want Cuardiau lstaimual Wright. Fredrick .lames II. Wright Ciurilian Mil annual Clhvui,. fames T. etal Xauc'- C. Cllison Cuardiau -'nd annual Higgle, Homer etal Xlcli..las F. Slurray Cuardiau 4th annual .Morrison. Illauelie at el Wan en II. Davis Curator Uh annual I. ii. ii 13. II. 13. n:. IT. is. l'J. 3). SiTATP 111. MISSOCIM I ----------- ------ -t coi'sttvof holt I I. llenrvT. County. Missouri, hereby certify that the above for August term, IK'.;, as the same appears of record. SKA1..1 Witness my baud as Judge, and the llth day ol .Inly. HENRY T. ALKIRE, Judge of Probate Court. NOTICE. Administrators. F.xecutors nnd Cu.irdians and their settlements, and are resiecllully referred su-winii -is. or Vol I. of Hie itcvicd Mat e.ill Hie name i.t Ktcciitors and Administrators on ted. and it any Kxeculoror .Vlminmraior law Id continue such settlement to the subsequent term, ii siicn Kxccntor or Administrator, requiring mm 10 inaKC sciiicmeni ai me nexi verm oi conn, ind show cause, if any be have, why attachment should not Usiil- against him for failing to make settlement according tol.iw." And section sail. r volume n. c,i tne i.eviseu shall call the names of Cuardlaus and Curators ,l. :tml if :uir f iieirdlnn ir Curator fall to anm - mediately issue a citation to such Cuardiau make settlement, and show cause, it any ne have, for failing to make settlement accenting to law." mm m nother Strong point . . OF THE . CHARTER OAK, N addition to it perfect opera 1 tion and durability, is that It J". does the work with the small- .; est possible quantity of iueL T. Xj. PRICE, AGENT, OREGON, - - MO. THE WORLD RENOWNED GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS. ft b IANGD0N &BATCHEUXK3 GENUINE . mOMSONSQjuYE-FrmNi "Glove-Fining" Corsets are popular with ladies who prize a reliable corset. Try them and be convinced. We keep a full assortment of hese celebrated Corsets and recommend them. KREEK BROS., Oregon, - Missouri. Wheresoever yon feel soreness or pain pot Joitjj son's Bnxuxnraa. Puam. From braises or eprains to rheu matism it covers every ease. It is like the touch of a soft, vana hand on an aching forehead. In flammation snbsidea beneath it. No other bo euro and qnick. Look for the Red Crou on the face doth. JOHNSON JOHNSON. Xannfactarlag CbemisU, New York. SThe Old est, most reliable and best world. FROM 81 TO $6 A PAIR. symptoms fffl Tenn.r $155 ana 6ee side cut on shoe: BBsf1 BY -fcS AIIMINISTItATOK. ruuAToit. KXKeirroit setti.kmknt Alkire. .ludgo or the rrniiate i ouri in mm lor lion. . .... . - - .... is a true cony ol the 1'robate SettlemeHt Docket; seal of said court. Done at otllee hi Oregon till Curators are urged to be iirpmpt hi making to the following section of law : res of ISM), reads ns follow., : "The court shall the il.iv fur which their: settlements are dock appear ami make settlement., me conn. Mian ami Ihecleik shall immediately issue a citation nraiues oi issy, reaus as iouows: -ine court on the day for which their settlements are dock- ar and make settlement, the clerk shall Im or Curator, requiring him within thirty days to wny attachment siiuiiui not issue against nun ) "A thouiand uheelibut only one 8hoe" f) Use the (f I"BanBearing"f m Pratt Fa.fa.r. hold lac JftS Z W leading TiraUrttiaratKetn. Wi) r.H.riRooacaoumhCHiMW). Not one part but every 'part of HIRES Rootbeer tends toward making it the perfect temperance and healthgiving drink. Utt oat? hj Tht Cbarlaa K. nim Co ruiafclrala. a Sc. tAaic maka faUosi. 8W ertTjwbert. am CfclctcaWa KaatUk BUmmM Knul. Pennyroyal pills arc al.tr. idlabla. uwu aal mtmJBmd la IUJ aaa CUawtaUU' tsn. fcaiM viia hh nboca. Take Uohm mud HiiuiwM. atPtacrirta.arwKi. , Mampa m Mraeaiafm, Htuaflaua aaa Ballaf far imtem.' M litur, It vatarm MalL IB. O TwUmialiU. IwAMr. miltaatrCfceaalt10 .Ma4U.a w ra, SaMa, LoolDrafsMa, lllaa . ia PARKER'S GINCER TOMIO tbttec 1MB? TrooW. Debility. dUumlug Kcmttli tmt framlclllj, and is docM tor tniirt nucs vhra tit otlur cm tua. rery mtitha ad tnvJid sheold turn itv PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleraet sul besntifks tha h Promotes a falxitriaiBl fTrrrtS Merer 7sils to Bettor) Orsyl Cam scsJp diwsaee ft haUr ftliisc. ""' "" HINDERCORNS TlMinr.tOmtVr Umi. Ztof ill paio. Maka walaic( tuj. UC UDnau. Wanted-ln Idea Protect Tonr Ideal : ther mar hr Who can think of aom. almpla UIbc lopaUntr Write JOHN WKOOGBBURN a CO oa weaica. neya. waaouttoa. d. ror imit mum pnm osar and list ot (wo hoadMu laTeatlona wan tad. SHORTHAN DZ roughly taugbr. 'lwelra teachers, 800 atadiata, Kieap board, and the 6nest Conuacndal CoUear Building in America. Graduates readily tatnn ait. oationt. Beantiful HI nitrated Catalocua FSXXV address D. L. MUSSELMAN, President. Oam OltyBnalnaaa Collase, Qsiaew.Hk Dr. A. r. Sawyer : Dear Uoctor. I have used and sold your Family Cure with excellent re sults. It cured me of the rheumatism and I now am r0 years old and have not an ache or nam. Mrs. F. A. lthonds. Sutherland, Iowa. Sold byT.S. Ilinde. Announcement. II. D. Browne, the paper banger and painter, desires to announce to the peo ple of Oregon and vicinity that he has wall paper from 1 cent per roll up. He represents the largest wall paper dealers in the United States. He will give you prices that'eannot be duplicated. He has imitators, but no equals. 800 patterns to select from. Yours Respectfully, H. D. Bbowxe, the Fainter. A2mmW a rr Taking Care of the Boy. A boy should be kept busy every mo ment of his wakinc life, not working. of course, but busy. Tradition and ex perience teach no truer lesson than that of the broad scone of the devil's em ployruent office. To keep ahead of it arts, to anticipate its wiles, ro quires eternal vigilance. Give a buy some regular, responsible occupation; something to do that must be doDe; something that hns continued interest; something to do tho llrst thing in the morninir blacking shoes, tend ing (ires, cleaning cellar, porch walk, carrying milk or papers. Give him hammer, nails nnd all kinds of tools. He will soon loarn to handle without hurting. Encourage him making things play houses, boxes carts, derricks. Give bun it garden to cultivate, pets to take care of. Agai n give hi in something to do that must be done that he will do because interested How often arises that question what to do such a big question that it is dodged by sending the boy out into the street, bidding him "not to keep run ning in." So ho stays out until his his boy's appetite, his big boy's appetite brings him in. Then how is he met on that ground? is mere not a continuance of more or less nagging during tho meal to insure good manners? Thero is really no greater point in the temperance work than in feeding the boys. They should have strong, good nourishing food nnd plenty of it. Let the meals be some thing to be remembered, somothing to anticipate. One Minute is the standard time, and One Minute Cough Care is the standard preparation fur every farm of cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate re sults. T.S. Ilinde. Dr. A. I'. Sawyer. Sir: After sutrering font years with female weakness I was persuaded by a friend to try your Pastilles, ami after us ing them one year. I can say I am entirely well, I can rot recommend them loo highly. Mrs, M. S.llrook. BmiiMiii. ltethcl Ilrauch Co.. Mich, Sold by T. s. Ilinde. Common Sense. Strenuous objections are interposed in criminal trials, very often, and nearly always, to members of the panel who aro accustomed to rending the news papers. Such men are interrogated nnd badgered as if they hnd committed a criminal olTeose. The courts have allow ed nnd BiiBtained surprising licenses up on this point, to the disgust nnd some times alarm of sensible people. It is of consequence to notico that there is n reaction in progress. The ap pellate division of the supremo court of Xew York has handed down an opin ion in which it is said that all intelli gent men read newspapers nnd mny form more or less iletinite opinions or impressions ns to matters therein enn tained nnd express such opinions or im pressions to others. Nevertheless if nn intelligent jurist is to be hnd in a crimi nal case, men who hnve rend of it must necessarily be selected. Furthermore, the court soys, "only the ignorant classes fail to read the newspapers from day to day," the inference being that persons belonging to such "ignorant, classes are unfit for jury services. ibis is common sense, lo call in telligent men to serve us jurors is not repugnant to justice. Any othor course is tnlling in an unwarranted manner with the interests of society, liaising objections to n man because he is.n news paper reader is rubbish of tho silliest sort. W A lMTPT SEVERAL FAITH FIJI. lU persons to travel In Mo. Halary ITWuW and expenses. Itcferencu. Enclose self-addrcKMs! stamped envelope. President, Drawer P. Chicago, 111. Best Place to Develop. The farm is the best place in the world to raise boys nnd girls, nnd men and women nlso, for that matter. Com ing in close contact with nature, there is more to develop observation nnd the reflective faculties than can be found in any other occupation. Gen. Francis A. Walker, president of the Massachusetts institute of tech nology, says thnt no other place is so favorable for the education of the young as the moderate-sized farm. Here, he says, the child has agreater variety of object-teaching than can possibly oc cur in any other common form of home life. There is so "much to 6eo that in structs; crops grow, animals must be reared, so many natural phenomena are related to the work and the business; the seasons have more significance than of mere heat and cold, and the weather means more than rnerley pleasant skies or gloomy days. In no other vocation can the child be so trained to habits of industry without detriment to his health or intelligence; no other is so well adapt ed to the sound education of intelligent and independent citizenship of the actual working portion of the popula tion" One ot the chief characteristics of tho farmer is his independence ot thought. This is the secret of his boing the pioneer ia many reforms. Mr. Walker thinks that the very large proportion of the men in this country who have be come eminent in the various walks of life, who have originated on farms nnd received their early training there, is the natural result of the influences of this vocation on education and intellec tual development. It gives breadth of thought, and is favorable to the de velopment ot the courage that should accompany strong convictions. The person who leaves the farm hoping to rind surroundings better suited to physi cal, mental or moral development has made the mistake of his life. Catarrh Cannot lie Cured. with local applications, as they cannot reach lucscit of the disease. Catarrh it a hlifvd or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, ami acta di rectly on the bloml and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one ot the best physicians la this country far years, and is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, com bined with the best blood purillers. acting di -rectly on the mucous surfaces. Tte perfect combinations of the two Ingredients Is what nroduees sjch wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials, free. F. J. cneney sw rropriewrs, i menu. v. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Dr. A. P. Sawver. I have nsed both. Family Cure and Pastilles, fouud lioth good. I Have suffered about 14 years what water tumors of the stomach. Your medicne cured me. Mrs. Ida .MCKite. Alton lowa. inoia dv 1. .-1. mnoc "If debased com is attempted to be circulated with full valued coin, all of the latter will disappear from circula tion, and the overvalaed and debased coin will alone remain, to the ruin of our commerce and business." Poor Blood is starved blood. It shows itself in pale cheeks, white lips, weak digestion, no appetite, exhaus tion, lack of nerve force, soft muscles, and, chief of all, weak muscles. Your doctor calls it Anaemia. He will tell you that the weakening weather of sum mer often brings it on. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites, will make poor blood rich. It is a food for over-taxed and weak digestion, so prepared that it can easily be taken in summer when Cod-liver Oil or even ordinary foods might repel. SCOTT & BOWNE, J New York For sale at joe and $i.oa by all druggist. Keeping Books on the Farm. Everything of value on the farm should now be invoiced, and an accurate acceunt of nil incomes and expenditures should be kept during the year. By so doing, tho farmer mny know nt the end of tho year whether he has gained or lost. Tho only wny to ascertain the rel ative value of crops or stock is to keep a separate account with each, and com pare results. Such records sometimes show that one class of stock is paying, whilo another is losing money; whereas, it no separate account were kept the leak might not be discovered. The dairyman with ten cows, for instance, who keeps only a general record, and does not make nny individual tests, may be carrying one-half of them nt a Ioes. But by making individual tests, nnd keeping nccounts with tho cows sepa rately, each one will be allowed to show her own worth. Knowing which are the money-makers and which are the money losers, the herd can bo weeded out in telligently. What is true of the dairy herd is truo of nil kinds of crops and stock. In estimating the cost of any crop.the valtto of land, implements, teams, board of teams and hands, interest on invest ments, seed, harvesting, marketing, eta, hnve to be considered. After every sin gle item of expenso has been noted, if tho value of the crop does not overbal ance expenses sufficiently to allow the proprietor fair remuneration for his time, labor nnd risk,the crop is unprofi table. The same is true of any class of stock or of nil stock and crops in the aggregate. But no farmer can afford to enrry on fnrtn operations without keep ing hooks. If merchants or other busi ness firms were to do business in such a manner, bankruptcy would most surely fellow. A large proportion ot farmers keep bonks, but those who do not should begin with the Xew Year. Dr. A. V. Sawcr: I have used one box of yeur Pastilles, ami they bare helped ;ne more than auyih'.UK else that I ever used, and have tried almost everilhin". Mary Johnson, l.usli ne!!. III. Sold by T. S. Ilinde. Big Money in Coffee Raising. AH Europe.tho United States nnd Cana da consume over 2,000,000,000 pounds of coffee annually, without being able to produce n single pound at home. Coffee growers outside, therefore, make a tremendous profit supplying it. If we could grow coffee in this country, cotton corn and wheat would have to go, as the profit in these products could not com pare with 330 por cent made in coffee growing every year. Americans are go ng into the business in Mexico. A cof- fee'plnntation there, according to size, can bo started with from $2,000 to SI 0,000 capital. It will pay that much annu ally after the third of fourth year, and will increase in revenue to foO.000 or more annually, if properly managed. Dr. Sawyer. DtarSir: I can say with pleasure that I have bet n iwiuc your medicine, and will recommend i; lo ail Milferiuc ladle. Mrs. V. YV. Weathcrshee. Aiisusla. li.i. hold by I.!. llimie. I.v every country whero progress and prosperity are found the great bulk of business must depend upon credits. The credits are estimated in dollars, and whatever creates it doubt as to the mean- ng of a dollar must tend to suppress business. The mere threat involves un certainty, and this uncertainty must he removed to bring back lo business nor mal prosperity. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies tho blood. overcomes that tired feeling, creates nn appetite, and gives refreshing sleep. itii tho pilver dollar worth 1UU cents and .31,TiO0,O0O of them coined each mouth, what more could be desired? Farm for Sale Of 280 ncrns, threo-quartera ofnmilo east of Xew Point and eight miles north east of Oregon. All in cultivation or grass except. .'i0 acres of timber; 300 young bearing apple trees; 5 acres of old bearing orchard; 100 bearing pench trees standard varieties; grapes, plums, cher ries, pears, berries, etc. J Room house; fine cellar; good barn nnd gran ray; hay bnrn, 10 ton capacity; 3 large corn cribs; smoko house; work shop; hen house; hog sheds; 2 hog lots; 15 acre hog pas ture; 4 good wells; cistern at house; wind null, tanks, etc. 120 ncres on Xodaway bottom one-fourth of n mile from overflow. This is one of the best grnin and stock farms in Holt county. For further information call nt farm or A. L. CASKEY. Oregon, Mo. Decorators. We aro practical decorators nnd paper hangers. We have the largest and most complete lino ot samples of wall paper, all of which nre the very latest in de signs for the spring trade. Any one de siring to see our samples and get prices, can do so by calling on us or dropping a postnl card to our address, when we will call at your residence whether in the city or country. Aiti.etox & Fnr.EMA?r, Wnll Decorators, Oregon, Mo. Farm for Sale. 100 acres miles east of Oregon, good 4 room brick dwelliug and out buildings, good bearing orchard, good cistern and stock well. Call on or ad dress W. 11. Sterreit, Oregon, Ma Dr. A. P. 8awyer:-Dear Sir : Mrs. Hamburg Induced me to try your Family Cure. I was greatly benefited bv it and I recommend It to every lady in poor health. Yours Respectfully, Mrs.Asher. Sold by T. S. Hlude. A favorite argument ot the free silver advocates refers to tho experience of France, nnd they haye claimed all over the country that France, from 180.1 to 1371, by fixing a legal ratio for the coin age of silver and gold (at 15 ? to 1, kept the commercial ratio between the two metals at the same figures. This inac curate statement hns been one of their principal arguments. It they will really examine the history of France, they will find that before IS20 the difference be tween the commercial value of gold and silver exceeded 13 lo 1, nnd France became silver monometallic. Later on, between 1310 and 1S.T0 the commercial difference was less than to 1, and France became gold monometallic. oome ot llie Uemocrolic managers evidently believe that they will be al lowed to escape arraignment for the failure of their free trade fiasco. Not at all. The Republican party intends to hold them responsible for that failure and for tho evil results to the country at large. The Republican party stands on the solid ground of honest money and from thnt vantngo ground will call attention to tho broken promisee of the Democratic free traders. Business interests, reaching from the richest banker to the poorest paid labor er, require the removal of all doubt about the meaning of a dollar. Xo man should be trustod even with an impor tant nomination who does not recognize that the value of a dollar is now meas ured by 23.22 grains of gold, and who is not willing to openly declare his purpose to help keep it there. "We can't manufacture tin plate in America," said the free traders a few years ago, but Dun & Co.'s Review for last week says that while there are few orders for tin plates in consequence of the free trade hard times the "Ameri can "works are well sold up, their price being "$3.35 against 83.70 for foreign." Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, his wife, by their deed of trust, dated the llth dav ot.lanuarv. is-js. and recorded In the recorder's otllee of Holt county. .Missouri, hi book is. page au.convejed to Kobert Mont gomery, as trustee, the following described real estate, situate. Ivmg and being in the County tf Holt and Mate ol Missouri, to-wlt: All of a tract of laud commencing twenty-live .'."1 feet west of tiie smitheast corner of lot one 111. In block nine 11 in the original town of Maitland; thence running north one hundred 100 feet; tlieuce west twentj-tw.i f-i! feet ; iheiicc south one hundred too feet : tlwuie east l;venty-two (-J21 feet to the place of Iieghi ning. Ilcgumiug at a point forty-seven tTl feet west of the southeast corner of lot one I in block nine 91 in the original town of Mait land itheiice north one hundred lioolfeet ;thence west thirteen 131 feet ; thence south one hun dred looj feet : thence cast thirteen 131 feet tn nl:ire nf hfxriliulllir Which said convejaiice wa nude in trust to serine the payment 01 twoceriain promissory notes in said deed ! trust described ;and where as default has been made in the payment of said note; now therefor. I. the undersign tit trustee, in pursuance of said provision of said deed 111 trust, and at ttie request of the legal holder of said notes aforesaid. ill oil MONDAY. AL'CL'ST'Jt. IiOC. between the hours of ten o'clock in the fore noon and five o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the north door ol the court house, in the citv of Oregon, in Holt county. Missouri, pro ceed to sell all, orso much of said real estate, as may be suflk-ieHt to pay said notes, interest and uosts of this proceeding the sale to be at public auction to the highest Milder for cash in hauJ. UDlIKIrr .MONfUOMEUY, trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson ami Sarah A. Pat terson, his wife, by their deed of trust, dated the 3rd day of October. 1KI2. and recorded in the recorder's oflice ot rlolt county. Missouri, in hook M. itairR nil), conveved to Kobert Mmit- mimerv. :ls trustee, the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the ciinntv of Holt and State of Missouri, to-wlt: Commencing at the northeast Ine corner of lot twelve 112). block eleven 11 hi the orignal village of Maitland. Mo.; thence mnniug south forty-live t-" feet; thence west forty-four ieei;iueneeiionuiony-iive ii icci ;uinwi rour-four 41 feet to me piaceoi Degiunimr. Also all of lot fifteen 1 !.'. In block nine 9 in tlip said town 01 .viaiuanu. mo. Which said conveyance was made in trust In secure the payment of a certain promissory note in said deed of trust described;aud where as default has been made hi the payment of said note; now tlierelore. I. tne iimiersigiieu t piistei. In niirsuance of said lirovislons of said deed in trust, and al the request of the legal holder of salu note aforesaid, will on MONDAY. AUCUST 21. 18U0. between the hours l ten o'clock In the fore noon and live o clock In the altemoon 01 sal J day. at the north door of the court house, la the City 01 iiregon, in 11011 cumiiy. Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. or so much ofsai.l real estate, as may be sufficient to pay said note. Interest and costs ol tuls proceeding tne sale 10 oe .11 public auction to the highest bidder for cash in nam.. iwitr.n.1 .nutiiuwiE.ii, Aiu-ir7. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, life wife, by their deed ot trust, dated the 22d day ot June. ISO, ami recorueu in me recorder's office of Holt count v. Missouri, hi book rA. page 70. conveyed to Hubert Mont gomery, as trustee, the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the County or Uolt and Slate ol Missouri, ra-wii: fiimiiieiirhiL' fortv mis south of the north east coruer of the northwest fourth of the northwest quarter of section (II). In township iixty-oue (Cl). of range thirty-seven 1371 ;t hence easttothewestbankof the Nodaway liver; thence south with the meandering of said river to the mouth, ot asioiign or lase ; inenee soiiiu with the meandering of said lake to the half section line running east and west through the .si-nter of said section eleveu: thence west on .aid half section hue lo the southeast corner of I he southwest one-iourlii 01 me norxnwesi quarter ol said section eleven II ;t hence north one hundred and twenty mils to the place of beginning, containing aliout m acres and being parts uf lot one and I wool 1110 uortli.tesi quar tf.rnf section 11. tim-iishlii(l. ram;f 37. Which said conveyance was made in trust to sfcure the payment ot a certain promissory note in said deed of trust described ;and w here as default has been made in the pai meut of sjiid note ; now tlierelore. I. Hie unuersigneu trustee, in nursuauce of said itrovisions of said deed in trust, and at the request ot the legal Holder 01 sain noie nioresaiu. win on MI1XIIAY. AIIi;isT2l. !!. Iietwecn the hour of ten o'clock In the fore noon and live o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the north door of tho court house. In the cityol Oregon. In Holt county. Mlvoiirl. proceed to sell all. or so much of said real estate, as may tie sufficient to nav said note, interest ami cosis of tlilsproceedlniiig-the sale to be at public auction to the highest bidder bir cash In hand, KOUKUT MONTCOMKKY. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat ter his wife, and .la. V.'. I"atterson. a single man. by theirdeed of trust .dated the 2stli day of April, lHfs;, am: recorueu in uie recoriiers 01 fiei; of Holt rounty, Missouri. In liookr;. page 4a. convevedto Robert Montgomery, as trustee, the following descrilieil real estate, rituatc. ly ingaml being in Hie County of Holt and State of Missouri, to-wit : 11 urres. the south half nt the northeast of the northwest uuarter t section eleven (II). also lot(l)iii section two (2),coiitalnlng20 4ll-i)0 acres. also 40 acres more or less 111 101 iiuinucroieTiij of section numlicr eleven (II). bounded and de scribed as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at the northwest corner of said lot number one in section eleven and running thence south 47 nidamiri In links, thence south XS . east to the west bank of the Nodaway river; thence up the river with the meandering 01 me same to the southeast corner of lot number four (4) in section number (2) two; thence west lo the place of lieginniiig all In township sixty-one :ti Mf miii'M tlnrtv-sevetl (37). Which said aonveyance was made In trust to secure the payment of a certain promissary note In said deed of trust desrribd?nil where as default lias neen maue in me payment 01 said notes ; now therefore, I . the undersigned trustee, in pursuance of said provisions of said deist in trust, and at the reiiuest of the legal holder of said m-te aforesaid, will on MONDAY, AUi;UBT.2l. 19G. between the hour ot ten o'clock hi the fore noon and live o'clock In the altemoon of said day. at the north door of the court house, in the citv of Oregon, In Holt county. Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. nr much of said real estate, as may 1m sufficient to pay said note. Interest and cietsof this ptoceeding-the safe to tw at pub'ic auction to the highest bidder for cash ill hand. ROItERT MONTGOMERY, Trustee. Public Atlniistnttor's Sale of ICcal Kstntc. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an order of the Proliate Court of Holt eouuty and state of Missouri, inula at the May term. IK'., t. Giles A. Laughlin, public administrator within and for Holt county, and In charge of the estate of Kenjamin F.Chtt.ueceased, will on MONDAY, AUGUST KUfW. between the hours of ten o'clock In the fore noon and five i.'clock In the altemoon of said day-mil during the setting of the probate court, at the north front door at the court house, in the city of Oregon, county of Holt, sell at public auction to the highest bidder fcr cash in hand, for the purpose of paying the debts of the estate of said Benjamin K Cllft. deceased, all the right, title and interest of said Benjamin F.CIlft. deceased, of. In and to the following described real estate situate, lying and being In the county of Holt and State of Missouri, to-wlt : The west half ot the southwest fourth otlfrac tlonal section S. In township 58. of range 37 and accrel iops to same. All lying and being in said County of Holt and State ot Missouri. GILES A. LAUriBLTN. Public Administrator. Trustee's Sale. WPereas. John 1'attrrjon and Sarah Patter -son. ins uife.hy their deed of trust, dated the 31 day of January. Isir, anil recorded in the re corder's office of Holt county. Missouri. In book "I. page ITU. conveyed to Uottert Montgomery, as trustee, the following described real estate, situate, I) lug and being hi the County ol Holt and State ol Misxotut. to-wlt : Sixteen acres Ixiunded as follows to-wlt: CominriH-hig In the center of the slough 314 lod east of the southeast corner ot the iwuitli west quarter of the northwest quarter of sec tion II. In township fil. ol raiige3T;tlienett north 17. east jl rods along with the center of the slougii ; thence north WJJ . east ten rods ; thence MMilii hi:, cast II rods and Ihencesouth 63 . east II rods; thence north li rods to a sjcamore tree; thence aortli S5. east i rods to the topot the bank 011 the Nodaway river to a large Cottonwood; Ihencesouth is:. east 12 rods down to the right bank ot the same; thence south !, . east 17 rod: thence south Sli. southeast 17! rods; thence west lllii rods to beginning, all ill township 61. of range 37. Also coiiiim-ncuig at the east hank or water edge of the slough at a point where the half section Hue running eat and west through the center f section II. In township il.of range 37. intersects the same; thence ei;st lit rods to comer from which a Ilackbprry 12 aches In diameter hn. south 55!le. east 17 links ; Honey Ijocust is inches in diameter brs. nrlh4l'i .est 15 links ; thence south 41 rods to bank of slough: thence hi a northwesterly direction with the meandering! of the east bank of the slough to the commencing corner, excepting three acres on" of the vast side there of owned by Jno. W. Davis, the tract hereby cooveved containing te acres more or loss. Also commencing at the southwest comer of the southeast quarter : thence running north eighty rnls. thence east one hiindr-d and eight rod, thence south forty rods, thence west sixty-eight rodsjhenre south forty rod, thence West to the commencing rorn.r. all in section ten (10). In tHnnshlp sixtv-oue CD. of range thirty-seven (7), containing 37 acres. Which said convejance was made In trust lo secure the payment of a certain promissoiy note In said deed of trust described :and whern- as default has been made in the payment of said note : now therefore. I, the undersigned trustoe. In pursuance ol said provisions of said deed hi trust, and at the request of the leintl holder pi said note aforesaid, will on MONDAY. Att'.UST 24. 1K96. between the hour of ten o'clock In the fore noon and live o'clock In the afternoon ot said day .at the north door of the court house. In the city of Oregon, in Holt county. Missouri, pro ceed tn sell all. orso much ot said real estate, as may be sufficient to pay said notes. Interest, and coats of this proceeding the sale tn be at public atietlnn to the highest bidder for cash In hand. HOBEKT MONTGOMERY. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. Cornelius lloblitzell and Amanda M. lloblitzell. hLs wife, bv their deed of trust . dated the 9th day of January, lsMjunl recorded 111 1 ne recorder a omce 01 iioitcouuty.Aiissourl. hi liook 7l.naee SHxonveved lo Allien ltoeker a trustee, the following described real estate, situate, flying and being In the County of Holt and State ot Missouri, to-wlt : Seveutv-one 171 1 feet In a Diralle: strlo of equal width off ol the east ends ot lots two (2) and three (3), in block eleven (II). as the same is designated on me recorded Plat 01 tna city of Oregon. Which said conveyance was made In trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note in said deed of trtlkt described ; and whereas default has been made In the pavmetit of said note: now. therefore. I, the undersigned trustee, in uursuanve of said provisions of said deed hi trust, and at the request ot the legal bolder of said note aforesaid. I will on MONDAY, AL'OUST 21. I89S. between the hours of ten o'clock In the fore noon and five o'clock In the afternoon ot said day. at the north door ot the court bouse. In the citv of Urecou. In Holt couutv. Missouri. Dro- ceed to sell al I. or so much ot said real estate a may be sufficient to nav said note. Interest and costs of this proceeding--the sale to ho at pub lic auction 10 1 ne mguesi iiiuner. iorcasHin hand. ALIIEIU' KOECKEK, Trustee. Public- Administrator's Sale of Kcal Estate. Notice. 1 hereby given that bv virtue of an order of the probate court of Holt county and state of Missouri, made at the May term. IK;. I. Giles A. l-uigiilin. public administrator within and for Holt county, and tn charge of the estate ol Jacob J. Frey. deceased, will on MONDAY, AUGUST. 10. 189C. between the hours ot ten o'clock In the fore noon and five o clock In Ine afternoon of said day. and during the setting of the probate court, at tint north front door of the court hoitse. in Hie citv ot Oregon, count v of Holt, sell at public auction to the lilchest bidder for cash In hand, for the purpose ol pay Ing the debts of the estate of tee said Jacob J.Frey. deceased,all the right, litleand interest of saldJaeoA J. Frey. deceased. of. in and totlhe following described real estate situate. lying and being in the county of Holt and state of Missouri, to-wlt: - Sixty acres In a parallel strip, oil the south side of the southeast quarter of section 21. Also fifteen acres ot land, described as follows: Commencing at the southwest comer of section 22. thence north 60 rods, thence east 3 rods.- tnence soutn uegrees. east jo roos. inciicw west 4 rods, thence south 61i degrees, eaat 31 rods and 7 links to the section line, thence west to place ot beginning. AH In township IB of range 3. In Holt County. Missouri. All lying and being In said county of Holt and Slate ot Missouri. GILES A. LAUGHLIN. Public Administrator. Trustee's Sale. Whereas John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, his wife, by theirdeed of trust, dated the iKtn day of April, 184. and recorded In the recorder's office of Holt county, Missouri, In book M, page 52.conveyed to Heurr Shutts. as trustee, the following described real estate, situate, Iving and being in the County of Holt and State ot Missouri, to-wlt : The south half ot the southeast quarter fs4 of ae'il of section number four 4, in township number sixty-one Cl, of range number thirty seven 371, and the north half of the northeast quarter ln!J of ne Ml. el section number nine u. in township sixty-eue 61, of range number thirty-seven 37. Which said conveyance was made In tmst to secure the payment of a certain promissory note In said deed ot trust described; and where as default has beed made in the payment of said note; now therefore. I, the undersigned trustee, tn pursuance of said provisions of said deed In trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said note aforesaid, will on MONDAY. AUGUST 21, Ir96. betwean the hours of ten o'clock to the fore noon and Ave o'clock In the afternoon of said day. at rhn north door of the court house. In tha city ot Oregon. In Holt county, Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. orso much ot said real estate, as may be sufficient to pay said note. Interest and costs of this proceeding-the sale to be at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In hand. HENRY SHU ITS. Trustee. Public Administrator's Sale ot Henl Estate. Notice is hereby clven that by virtue of an order of the Pro robate Court'of Holt Caunty and State of MLssourl, made at the Hay term. is!,. I. Giles A. I-liiglilln. 1'uDlie Admin istrator within and for Holt County. and In charge of tho estate of William Kalis, de ceased, will on MONDAY. AUGUST 10. 1896. between the hours ot to o'clock in the forenoon and live o'clock in the afternoon of said day. anil during the sitting of the Probate Court, at the north frout dsorof the Court House, in the City of Oregon.Coimty ot Holt.sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash In hand, for tne purpose 01 paying tne ueuis 01 me estate 01 the said William Rails, deceased, all the right, title, and Interest of the said William Kail, deceased, hi and to the follow ing descrltied real estate, situate, lying and be ing in the County of Holt and State of Missouri, to-wit : The northeast fourth of the northwest quarter of section 2U. In township CO. ot range 38, except a strip 20 feet wide, lieginniiig at the southwest corner and running north 40 rod. Also sixteen icres ol land 111 a parallel strip on 01 tne norm side of the southeast fourth of the northwest quarter of section 20, tn township (V, of range 3.. excepting a strip 01 lanti, on ine west enn. 20 feet wide reserved for a private road. All Wilis and helm-, in said County of Holt ami State of MLssourl. GILES A. I,AL11I1IJ.-S. Public Administrator. Public Administrator's Sale of Kcal EState. Notice is hereby clven thai, hr virtue of and In accordance w Ith the provisions of the will of Mary A.J. Lamb, deceased, I. Giles A. Laugh lin. Public Administrator with will annexed within and for Holt County, and In charge of the estate of Mary A-l. Lamb, deceased, will on MONDAY. AUGUST !0. !898 between the hours of 10 o'clock In the forenoon and live o'clock In the afternoon of said day. and during the sitting or the Proliate Court, at the north front door of the Court House. In the City of Oregon. County of Holt, sell at publlc auct Ion to the highest bidder for cash In hand. tor tne purpose 01 paying tne oeois 01 nw -.-tale of the said Mary A. J. Lamb, deceased, all the right, title, and interest of the said Mary'A. J. Lamb, deceased, in and to the following de scribed real estate, situate, lying anil lielng In the County of Holt and State of MUsourl. 10-wit- Lots 3and 4. In block 2, Western addition to the Citv of Oregon, Missouri. All lying and he lm; in die hi said County or Holt and State of MLssourl. GII.KS A. LAUGHLIN. luiiiic Aiiuunisuaior. S. W. AIKEN, M. D Physician & Surgeon, OREGOX, MISSOURI. Special attention given to Diseases of Women and Children. Office in Van Buskirk building. IVAN BLAIft, Lawyer and Notary Public, MAITLAND, MO. Office in Broad Gauge. EPILEPSYE Ita enrabflKy eatabliahed hr the aaa of Utf sew- remedy fSohunua Carollnenae) aa pr wuedbyDr.SeUBaa. Endorsed by the anil cat prolesaion generally, senator paaavBias a, 4-. all rnminiiTilraiinna to a. cart.