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1 VOLUME XXXII. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1896. S. F. O'KALLOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in the Moore Building. Fresh oysters nerved in every stile nt Hostetter't.. All the latest holiday novelties lit Proud'ti drug btore. Watch crjstals 10 anil 2); at Fieg enuaum, Ihe .leweler. Tr Hex Hog Remedy for your sick hogs, h. C Schmidt, Agent. oee me great, n 'spiny ui Holiday uoocisal L. s. Hindis, Ijororrt purcnas ing. In buying twitches, clocks an:l iew- elry jf Fiegonbaum jou c.ik alwajs ret assured you gel the best goods and nt the least possiblj- outlay ,f cash. -.anta Claus ib Comir.g, ' U the name of tbc cniitiit i that will hi) gien by the Presbyterian Sibbath school on Christina. 'I lie selection Is excellent. nnil th? preparation is i.Ireadv under good heatlw,!'. Mrs. Dungan has an elegant display of hand painted china, suitable, for hoii day presents ou exhibition in Jesse r itts show windo a. She has an elabor ate collection also on exhibition in tier studio, where she will be clad to receive callers, and where, they can purchase a suitable present rouging in price from 81.00 up. Sho extends n niot cord ml invitation to cnll and examine. NUMBER 29. CHRISTMAS CANDIES. The tinest line of candies in the city cm be found at E. P. Hostolter's. Hid lino cf Fancy box candies are the nicest anil purest ever brought t the city. One of thes uou.d make an elegant present. Go to K P. Jrstptier for tine candies-He makes a speeialtj of them. C. V. Luketis. dmitiat. wll ln :.t the Midland hotel i'l Mound C.tj. next week,Vcdtiesd:.y, Thursd.ij an. I I'Vii.'ay. Jsee mm for Iirst clas itental uorK. Remember the very low prices that are oeicg made at fill.-, on cleans. Ihey are selling them out -ery rapidly The earlier you buy. the better the assort ment to select from. See j our railroad agent for holiday rales one and olio third fare for round trip ticket within u radius of 200 miles. Tickets on sale D-c 21, 2, ."51 and Jan 1, KO.nl M return up to anil including Jan. 4 Jim Brown will give a 6hoot!rg mutch at Ins place, one half mile south of Oregon, Frul iv, Dec. IS Ttiere will be 3'J turkevd mid about 50 ducks pu', up. Shooting will commence at 10 o'clock a. m. hiverybody invited to come and haw a royal good time. We acknowledge the receipt of handsomely engiaved wedding cards, nnnaunceing the marriage, of Miss Grace, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Henry CramptoD, of this city, to Dr. Frank B. Hlller, of Kuhnka, this state, Tuesday morning, j.iec. j, iouu, in lir.Ri, at tiie Methodist Episcopal church in trii city. The committee of the V. P. S. C. E. of the Christian church, takes this up portunity of thauking those who so kindly assisted in and patronized their recent tnusicale, and of explaning that while a few numbers on the p roc nun were mission, it was known at such a late hour that substitutes for all could not b.) furnished. Comxuttkk. ALL KINDS OF FINE HARNESS Made to order from the very BEST OF LEATHER. All kinds of Buggy Tri Done m first class manner. We also want to Repair Your Old Harness. Everybody knows that we keep the best. H. C. SCHMIDT, (ton, Missouri. J. N. Zachmaa & Co., DEALERS IX Staple and Fancy Groceries. Glassware and Queensware, We have two brands or Extra Fancy Coffee, guaranteed to give satisfaction. Every one that tries them praises their qualities. Give us a trial. We also kepp three of the best gr.uk's of Flour Washburn, Crosbj, Minnesota, Forest City and Kuukel's. Our salt ta from Mmistee. Michigan, and nives universal tatufaction. We keep on bauds the fanciest cheese that Wisconsin produces. You iiitis-t trj it to appreciate its quality. Oysters. Cianburnes. Celeri, Mince Meat and all Mince Pie material at lonesl price Do not. forget, our Queensware. We handle the largest line in Holt t-ntinij. and have arranged to sell ttie !o.v.'.-t. Come in and see what useful and be.iu tiful articles we have for Christinas presents. Wrv Truly, J. N. ZACHMAN A CO. MOORE k SEEM ARE THE GROCERS Of Oregon and Won't Be Undersold The Holidays are coming:. Get ready. We have Fresh Cranberries, Fresh Oysters, Celery, Mince Meat and Mince Meat Material. See our Fine Line of Pickles and Sauces. See our Hanging Lamps. Look at and taste our Fine Line of Candies, Nuts and Fruits and you will buy. Call m and see our Larere and Beau tiful Stock of China, Glassware and Queens- ware just bouerht in Chicaero for Holidav trade. Don't forget our prices are lower than otners. CLARK O. PROUD. Druggist s Pharmacist OKEUOX, MISSOURI. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by Careful and Competent Pharmacists, From Pure and Unadulterated Drugs. Carry a Foil Line of Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Toilel Articles, and ev erything usually kept in a Tirst-Class Drug Store, AM Soli at LOWEST PRICES X3T"lie sure and give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. - For a line cigar go to E. P. Hostet- ter's. If your ho 's are Rick trv Ke.x Hoc liemedy. II. C. Schmidt is aceut for it Go and t-ee the line line of candies nt Henry Mutter's. -Pinlbnuk't; drugstore is headnuart ers for Chistmas yoods. Afk for l'ouell s Ijulu o-cent ciar the best on the market. How about that wood jou promised usr We need it at once. When ou a ant a ten cent binoUe, for "i cents, smoke Powell's Lulu. Finest line of watches in Holt coun ty at Fie;enbauin"s at the lowest cash price over sold for. 1 he L. G. Cos stocK of drujjs at Cr.iitf has been purchat-ed by K. C. Frazer and moved to St. Joseph. Mrs. Edith Hrodbeck and little child, who have hfeti very sick for some time, are, we lire ulad to learn, considerable better. Mr. !I. C. Schmidt has just received another car of tho-o lifjht riiiinui mid durable Newton wagons. He is etinR a Rood tr.ule on them. Yours to Please, MOORE I SEEMAN OREGON, MISSOURI "Just Tell Them You Saw Me" Try Powell's ' Hard Time" ciyar, '1 for 5 cents. For your Christmas coods, all fresh and new, go to Phil brick's drug store. Figenbaum, The Jeweler, guaran tees every article sold, as represented, or money refunded. Judt;e Morgan disposed of hia wheal Saturday lost to the Kuukel mills at Site. This reminds us: Wheat reached the dollar murk iu Xeu York last week. George Quick has a lart;e lield of wheat that is in line condition for the winter. He is fattening a large number of.cnttle. Lastsummer he sold about If. 000 bushels of corn, m.d no doub! he thinks it bette. to fttd it into btock. The short winter oourt-e in ancnl turo at the stale university begins the tirst Tuesday in January ami continues until March CtO. it is a practical and beneficial course, anil should b md.dy popular. M. I). Walker's son of near this city will probabU atterd. The. holiday seasou is creeping closer ts hand. A large number of our people will purchase gifts for loved ones, and -.an immeuse sum of money uill be ex pended in this way. Heretofore a great deal of this money has found its way to the big department 6tores in the cities, and it will doubtless bo the same this year. Where the goods desireil cannot be obtained in Oregon this is nil very well, but when they can, or something equally as good, our local merchants are certainly entitled to your preference, lie has his "taxes to pav. and the profit he makes is spent or invested in the enm- miluliv. J Mr. or.. 1 i.r.i. imtn that its readers buy their holiday pies ents in Oregon as far as possible. In our advertising columns may be found the names of dealers in these lines. Half Rates Plus $2.00. BURLINGTON ROUTE To the Wfs.t and Northwest, Xov. 3, 17th. December l-l and l.ith. round trip, 20 days limit, to Nebraska. Kansas, Wyoming, Utah. Black Hills and certain parts of Colorado. Splendid through trains of chair cars (seals free), and handsome compartment observation ve6tibul sleepers. Only dining car line to Denver, via St, Louis and Khiishs City, cafe plan (pay only for what you order). The Iturlington Route is the original Harvest Excursion line. See the niignticent corn crops or Nebraska. .Send to the undersigned for pamphlets on Misiuri and Nebraska, mid consult local agnt for rates and train service. L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.. VINE IIOVEY, Agent. Si. Louis, Mo. Forest City, Mo. At Torn Price's Hardware Store, and there is the place to buy useful Christmas presents, Washing Ma chines, Sewing Machines, Razors, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Wring ers, Pots, Sad Iron Sets, Copper and Nickel Plated Tea Pots,Tea Kettles, Etc., Carving Sets, Shears and Scis sors and lots ot household goods. A GOOD COOKING : : OR : : HE AT I HQ STOVES Would make a valuable present. Call in and look, it will cost you nothing. T. L. PRICE, Hard ware,0BT - John Philbrick, the druggist, want to see run. If jou vant the best mince meat call on Mrs. M. Sayles who can supplj-jou. -"We don't know what you think about it," but we need that wood jou said jou wood bring in. C. W. LtiUens, dentist, will extract vonr teeth without pain. He will use the new method, and jou will feel on pain. - Patronize ti. C. Powell, the cigar maker, and thus encourage a homp in dustry, and nt the same time get better cigars than you can.buj anywhere eke. Dr. J. K. Kearnev, assisted bj- Or. W. C. Proud, of this city, and Dr. J. A. The Missouri legislature will vene Wednesday, January 6th. W. IS. Day is now prepared to fill an oruers lor native lumber hard or soft, in quantities and dimensions to suit purchaser; mill .'! miles southeast of Oregon. ray jonn nave you got a new buggy top? No'piust my old one dressed over with Iiest Out Top Dressing, its i sold by C. O. Proud. J. C. Philbrick uuu u m. ivjaiiiu. one o me biuu. Try the new method for extracting teeth without pain, which C. V. Lu kens, our dentist, is using. Go to Philbrick for school books i and other supplies for the children. The Klopp. of Forbes, amputated Josiah Car-; place to get them is at Philbrick's drug roil s rigiii leg, aiioiii mree inches auove l store the ankle, last Sundaj". Ho is now do ing as well as could bo expected under the circumstances. --C. L. Duncan, a freight brakeman in the employ of the K. C, St. Joe & C. 11. II. Ii., fell from a sarat Craig, Fri-daj-, Dec. 4. S'M, sustairing a fracture of the right leg. His home is in Ham burg, Iowa, but he was taken to tho hospital in St. Joseph. Dun's agency counts up over 700 manufacturing establishments which The largest dock of toys, notions. novelties and holiday goods ever received i a the county, can be seen at Philbrick's drug store. Take your prescriptions to John Philbrick, the druggist. He makes a specialty of prescription work. You will altvays tind what you want in drugs or druggists' sundries when you call on him. Indeed it is gratifying ta us to cote the improvement in business being done have either increased their forces since , by the Kansas City. St. Joseph & Coun ting election, or have started from a dead stop; and this increase of business, they tell us. has not in the least 'checked the increased supplj- of monej Monej-, ac cording to the report, growseasier every day, and the demand is not by any means equal to the supplj'. cil Bluffs division of the Iturlington svs tern this fall. October as compared with the corresponding month of 1895 shows an increase of $95,000, or about 83,000 per day. Many of the stations bare doubled and sex tu pled their business over that cf 1895. -Go to E. P. Hostetter for Fine candies He makes a specialty of them. We are truly sorry to learn of the serious illness of Kev. M. Ii. Smith, at his home in Kock Port. His son, Wil ber, was telegraphed for on Thursday. D. S. Alkire, of Forest City, is nt St. Louis this week under treatment with Dr. FrankoToinlui. of Torre Haute, Iud. lie uill probably be gone for several weeks. T. S. Hinde will give i. ticket for every i" worth of Holiday Goods purchased. The person uolding the most tickets January 1st, 1897. will receive a Handsome Pres-ent. By request of the ladies of his church, Kev. II. A. Sawjers will repeat on uexl Sabbath morning a sermon he recen th' preached on a Sahlrith even ing on temperance. Remember that- ('. W. Lukens', den tist, mil be in Mound Citv, Wednesday Xhursdaj- and I-ridaj- of next week, an can be found at the Midland hotel. If you need good reliable dental work at reasonable prices, it will pav you to see him. Matt uaj lull, had his team to ru away while gathering corn on Monday ot this week, Uecemher t. 1SU0. and in Ins effort to stop them, was thrown in such a way as io break one of his legs Dr. l'indley was called and the patient is resting reasonably well. S-e Vine Hovey, " absent at Forest City, for one ard one third fare for round trip rates to anv station within a radius of 200 miles during Christmas and New lear holidays. Tickets on sale De. 21. , :S1 and Jan. 1, good to return up to and including Jan. i. Uonstable Wilson, of Craig, b rough to our city Hedne6daj-, a joung lad named Charley Smith, who received a jail Sdiilence or three months for bteal ing ,i. u. ijjinels pony at Uraig. one day last week. Smith was arrested at rorbes on Monday, by Constable Birch who found the nag in ms possession uucie. uooert I'attorson is having a tine corn crib aud telf feeder erected at his home place, east of Oregon. Dinieu sions, 21x40 feet. It will bo one of the most complete buildings of the kind n the county. In addition to the corn crib the self feeder, will besheddedover and above will be a large hay mow. Un- lernealh will be a hog house. Itv40. . U. IJaker, who lives about three miles soutUwest of Forbes, will have about 4.000 bushels of corn this year. T.ventj- five hundred bushels have been gathered and the remainder soon will be. He has about SO hogs that he is now fattening. Mr. Baker is one of the sub siannai rarmers ot thai section. Many in that section aregathering.but much corn yet remains in the helds. Ah interesting program will be given ii me m. ti. church Sunday evoninu. Wee. by the bannie Meyer Arxiliarv of the W. F. M. S., with the help of the Junior Missionary band. Tho former will bo two years old and the latter one. and as it is two years since Fannie Meyer left homes, friends nnd native land and went to far off China to work for God and humanity, come and heln the cause by your presence and j-uur contributions, it you cannot go your selves help to send others. m. B. Lovelady.of this townshin deserves special mention for his patriot- am ano steadfast iiepubhcanism He votes the Republican ticket himself. and has four sons and two sins in law mio vote the same wav. 31 r. ijoveladv was a soldier for the Union, having been member of the Hth Kansas cavalry (The Fighting Fourteenth) and after coming home he has continued to yote the way he shot, ion can always de pend upon such men for honesty. 6obrietj-, 6ound money and good novern ment. nis son John, we are glad to sav. as since theelectiou left the repudiation Pop. 6tate of Kansas, rnd located upon his father' farm amongst his relatives and friends, nnd hejalso wiil vote here in tuture. A tnusicale, which was tiiirticinated id by ojr best musical and literary ttd ent was given at the M. E. church on Wednesdaj- evening, and was greatly en joyed by a very critical audience. The entertainment throughout was of a very nigu oruer anu mere snoutu have been larger audience. With such tilenr. n the Misses Lucy Peter. Marcaret Per- ins, Nellie Montgomery, Rostock sis ters, Schulte sisters. Flora Znchman. Jesse Lewis, Delia Kunkel. Gertrude Curorins, Cora Frye, Maude Crampton and SUlla Dungan, and Messrs. Dame, Montgomerj-, Dennj-, and Schulte. sure ly our people may well expect scniethicor of a high order. The entertainment was given for the purpose of raising funds to purchase an organ for the Christian church. Do not fail to see the Christmas dis play at C. O. Proud's drug store. Eiegenhaum. The Jeuer. nuaran tees lowest prices on watches and cluck. Anderson Baker who has been afflict ed for some time, is now some better. uo anil take a peep at itie new Oh r:Bt mas goods at Philbrick s drug t tore Hoctetter's is the place for lino oranges, bananas, malaga grapes, lemons, eic. Iry I-iegenbauin, Tha Jeweler, on watch and clock work, iewelrv renairiii" anu engraving. Try nenry Molter for oysters, bo logna, cheete. ueiner wurst. luoch ham fresh crackers, etc. MONEY ! MONEY! MONEY! It is true, times aie hard, so T. S llinde has marked his Holiday Good' down, so that none of the little folks should be ilisannointed. Call and Fee him. fisst Saturday night at I taker. Elder. v. S. Lukens gave the people a good sermon from Neh. 4t5. '-The peoiiie had a 1111:111 to uork. For Holiday Books. Bibles. Book lets, Ijadifs Comb and Brush Sets, Manicure St. Work Boxes. Gents' Neck lie Boxes, Glove Boxes, Albums lojs. Wagons. Sleds, hliatee. etc.. go and see lorn llinde. -While a religious meeting was in progress at Baker, last Saturday night. one or the most contemptable acts was perpetrated in all tho history of that place. Tho harness of David Roderick was cut to pieces. The people there are ndignant, and should the purpetrator ever be found out, he will h'ud no mercy at their hands. For sensible Christinas Gifts i?o to Fitts. They will sell you an elegant Ladie's Jacke or Cap". Child's Jacket. Feather Boa. Seal Mu IT. Kid Mittens. Kid Gloves, Silk Muffler. Silk Initial Handkerchiefs. Linen Handkerchief Swiss Embroidered Handkerchief, Neck lies. Huts or Uapj, I-ine pair of Shoes or a handsome Dress Pattern: in fact. anj thing that you Christmas Present in times. might need tor keeping with the ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR Christina; AND THE Holidays Holiday Excursion Bates. For the Christmas and New Year Loir ais, an Hgenis 01 mo iiuriingioii linen 11 this state are authorized to sell tick ets, at one aud one third for the round rip uithin a radius of 200 miles, ickets may be told Dec. 21. 25. .'tl nil Jan. 1 and limi'ed to return up to inn including .Jan. J. For further particulars, call on or ad- ress 1 no llovej-, agent at Forest City Remember the shooting match at as. K. ISrown s, a half mile south of town, Friday, Dec. IS. Will begin at 10 clock in the forenoon. Letters uncalled for in the postol'ice at Oregon, Mo., for week ending Dec. 11, 1890: Edward Day, Thomas Enos, Frank Heckman. Cathance Hahn, card. Bell Jester, Simon Miller. Elzy Sipes, Peter Sines, Mrs. Liz.io Vincent, (2,) Mr-. Lilliu Vincent. I j calling Tor the above please say, "advertised." Hkni:v Sultts, P. M. Personals. Sol. Zachiuan was a St. Joseph visi tor last Wednesdaj-. - Giles A. LaughHn. wife and baby, were in St. Joseph, last Wedm-sday. .-Mrs. W. B. Davis has returned home from a visit with relatives in Kansas. - Dr. C. L. Evans was called to St. Jo seph oil professional business, this week. Miss Nelle Hlliott.of Lancaster. Mo.. is visiting the familj- of her uncle, Rev Henry Crampton. Attornej" Ivan Blair, of Maitlaud was attending to legal business in Ore goti last Monday. - E. A. Weltj- was attending to hu-.i ness in St. Joseph and visiting his fain ilj- there, this week. Miss Ada . Kunkel is visiting 111 St. Joseph this week, the guest of h cousin, Mrs. Elwood McDonald. Daniel Kunkel and wife, were the guests of their daughter. Mrs. Ida Mc Donald, of St. Joseph, this week. J. W. Smith, of Coming, and J. I of Lincoln township, was attending to business in Oregon last ednesdaj-. Miss Flora Keaster, has returned to her homo 111 Hickorj- township, after pleasant visit with relatives at Craig. Uncle Georgo Meyer nnd wife spent a day or tw4 with Uncle Andy this week, Mrs. Andy ..lever being ill quite poor health. Mrs. B. F. Morgan, Jennio Peter. and Alhe Russel have been visiting with relatives in the northern part of our county. George ilsoa, of Clearmont, this state, was the guest ot his aunt, Mrs. Leota Philbrick, this week. He was ac companied by a Mr. Hood. Dr. Bruse. O. E. Bennett. Miss Ellie Smith of Mound City, Miss Whitfurd, of Fairfax, and Miss Uraj-, of Camden Point, Ills., were guests at the Lawn hotel Sunday. Mrs. Emma Zook and daughter, Mary, and Mrs. Mina Curry and her children, Willie and Anna, took in Palm er Cos's "Brownies at Tootle's in St. Joseph, last Wednesday afternoon. George Meyor, judge elect or the upper district, was in town, this week. attending county court, and taking notes, in order to familiarize himself with the modusope'randi of the court. We acknowledge a pleasant call. George U. Thomas, Georgo H. Moore and wife, Mrs. Jane. Kissick and son Robert, of Niukerson, Kansas, were here on a visit to relatives and numerous friends. George reports business fair aud a good crop of sun (lowers the past season. D. D. Boham, of Corning, Iowa, was down last week, renewiig acquaintances with Ins numerous friends. Ho returned Friday evening, being accompanied by his wife and children, who had been the guests of Grandpa nnd Grandpa llinde, for a r- weeks. Will Kolhuer, of near Mound Citv, is now a resident of this vicinity, having removed with his family to L. R. Knowlev farm, adjoining! town, which he has rented for a jear. The Judge has re moved to town and is occupying the Mrs. Anna Bennett propertj-. The following from here were in St. Joseph, this week, many of them going down for the purpose ot seeing Palmer Cox's "Brownies" at Tootle's: L. I. Moore and wife, Gid Kunkel, Koltert Montgomery, Mrs. T. S. and Mrs. W. B. Hinde. Jesse C. Fitts and Charline Rus- 11, W. II. Richardsand daughter. Lois. You will find at our store in endless variety and quantity, and of beauti ful and unique designs. They are especially suit able for Christmas and Holiday gifts. Our stock is complete in novelties as well as useful articles. Be sure to call and look over the nice line of Toys we have for the children. We know we have what you want at the price to suit your purse. Yours TruI J. Watson fe o. Headquarters ! AT JOHN PHILBRICK'SZO Preparing- for Winter. The store of I. L. Smirl at Coming, was burglarized on Tuesday night lust, and a lot of men's and boyV overcoats) boots and shoes, notions and jewelerv sioien, amounting to several hundred dollars. They attempted to make their entrance by cutting out a pannel in the rear door, but in doing so found they could not reach the lock. They then went to the window and removed the upper sash, through which they made their entrance. Three suspicious charac ters were sn in the town, one who was afterwaul s-eeu in Bigelow, whose face '' vidently 5t:.ined. abruwnisb. color, for below the collar line his tlesh seemed quite white. The second was red hn,l. ed, while the third we failed tohearany thing about. There has been too much of this kind of work going on of late, and we advise" the good neonle and Union townships to organize a few vigilants and investigate thos. sniintren. that have so recently put in their ap pearance liettveer. Craur and Corning anrl the river -e belioe it would Dav in more ways than one. the robbers were captured in thebnt toil! west of Craicr. nn ln.1n k Deputy Constable. Ed. Charley Redmond, and npnrlv nit nP th goods were recovered. They were taken back to Corning, pending their prelimin ary examination whii-h will dav Friday, and doubtless they will be brought here and committed to iail. tn await the action of the grand jury. Tha Value of the goods taken amnnnfa.l about 100. Happy Hearts. A very happy, yet private social event I occurred on Wednesday last. riwmlyr ... iwi, i'uu.isiuu oeing ine wedding; . our joung menus. Mr. iiee Uevorss and Miss Emma, daughter of Philip Kollmer, of near Forest Citv. The com. muny was (.aid at the home nf tha ,,m. ciating clergyman, Rev. J." L. Proflitt. of me m. b. church, south, at Forest City .iiier wnicn mey lell for a journey to n esiern Aebraska on a visit with rel atives, alter winch they will retora to ine nirm ot Mr. Uevorss near Forect iuj-. where they will take up their miure residence. 1'hil. Kollmer has raised a magnificent family of children, and this daughter who has just taken upon herself the new obligations, tho mot secred of all obligations, is one of inese children, anmirahlv mulnil m all respects to make a noble wife and helpmeet. The groom is among Holt cour.tys most excellent, and worthy young men. with a fair start in life, and we know of no reason whv this excellent young couple should not lie aMa tn mnt 1 eacu other s life one of contentment and prosperity. Poland-China Son! J. t. fiishon JfcSons. of Linroln V. braska.had a sale of their nediVrpl,! fc, in this city on Wednesday, nf thw and when the meagre publicity of tho sale is considered, the attendance was reasonably lair and nnees mnawl innr Th? following are a few of the sample iuaue; B. O. Cowan. 5 head ino nn Win. Rostock, boar. 'w'nn Jab. Kennish, sow, 31.00 Wiu. Rostock, sow, 32ii0 S. V. Aiken, sow, 2Ti.00 S. F. O'Fallon, sow, 17.00 uncK ivreek. boar. 17 nn las. w icKersham. sow. lr.nn Jas. Bucher. boar. I7nn a. t. Morgan, sow. irtm H A Vowan' 17.00 tAL ruhrman, lioar, 16.00 ira t'eier. hoar. vfinn B. F. Morgan, sow, 25.00 u. r-. .Morgan, sow 97 m Jas. Kamsej-, sow, 18.00 ... ioung, boar, 18.03 1. &. Hinde. sow ifinn There were 41 head sold. aifiTiwjitiniT ,rt -!----O DZESTXGr STOGIE. Qon't disappoint the children. Toys' we re nevor so cheap so interesting as now. wnat to gerr well, there s the list of things you once liked. Its not so long ago you've forgotten. We have everything from Noah s Ark to an electric train. Here is a partial list: Solving Baskets, Indian Baskets. Scrap Baskets, II air per Basket'!, Catchall Basket..-, Celluloid Papetries. Toilet Cases, Albums. Photo Frames, Photo Holders, Pocket Books, Music Rolls, Stamp Boxes. Pens and Holders. Mirrows, Scrap Books, Decorated China Plates. Decorated China Tea Cups, Decorated China Coffee and Ten Stands, Bibles of All Kinds, Drums. Building Blocks. A. B. C. Blocks, Annuel Blocks, Dominoes, Checkers, L-ito. Chess India, Bagatelle, Irons, Wagons, Wheel Burrow, Sleds, Dolls of All Kinds, Toy Watches, Skates, To j- Horns, Etc , Etc. We have hundreds of other articles, both useful and crna mental, that we cannot enumerate here. In fact Santa Claus arove up to our siore ana unioanea. ban at once and secure some of these bargains. J. C. PHILBRICK, Druggist, OREON, MISSOURI, H;eadquarf ers for Santa Claus. TO ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS VIA BTTHLINGTON BOUTE. Two splendid through trains each daj- from Missouri River points to the north via the old established Burlington Route and Sioux City Line. Day Train has handsome observation vestibule sleep ors,- free cnair cars, and dining cars (north of Council Bluffs). Xight Train has handsome sleepers to Omaha, Coun cil Bluffs and Sioux City, and parlor cars Sioux City north. Consult Ticket Agent. L. W. Wakfxey. G. P. A.. Vise Hovet, Agent. St. Louis, Mo. Forest City, Mo. For the best t cent cigar on the mar ket, smoke Powell's Lulu. B?st stock, lowest prices on grocer ies nr.d queensware at .Moore .v. aee-man's. Miss Lillian Wood, of Maryville. de. livered two lectures at the Christian h'irch at Corning last week, which re sulted in the organization of a W. C. T. U. there J.nas Lfhiuer, of White Cloud. Kan sa, predict" degrees below zero in this latitude, some line during the win icltorm ehaplain of Custer ... .mil io iidrl.mi II1.1T It Hill ,t.f.lll-llul- 1 fore Anna and her gentle springtime conies. Considerable local new will be found on our inside pa-ie" this week Thanksgiving sermon delivered by Rev. J. II. Kiplinger at the M. E. church, Xov. 2t; "The north Mar state and var ious townships. Also a letter to Jacob Grin from his nephew in Germanj-. Charley Poland has sold his farm of School supplies and books at J. C. Philbrick's. We need it right now -that wood you promised us. Pawelt's "Hard-Times" cigar, 2 for 5 cents, is tetter thun the majority of 5 cent, cigars. Items from Sharp's Grove were un avoidably crowded out last week, but appear on inside this week. Weextend congratulations to Broth er T. D. Ilobert. who last week was Post, of St. .josepu. We are glad to see our fel!o.v citi zen, Jacob Gross, up and around again, after being contined to the house for a couple of weeks. --By being very careful j-ou can slip up and at almost any hour in the day see a "crap"' game in full blast in the show window at Clark Proud't drug store. 10 acres, four miles north of Oregon, toi The gospel temperance meeting at Charley Mever, and ue are informed will move to the north part of the county. We :re sorrj- to lose Charley, for he" is a No. 1 citizen. $1500 was tile price paid. We wish him success in his new home. The Acme Treble Clef Quartette, is now in tutcrsmpwith Mrs. F. M. Green, of this city and expect in ine neariu turetomak their debut to an Oregon audience. This organization is com posed of the little Misses Grace Montgomerj-, first soprano; Nellie Frj Mezzo soprano; Edith Dungan, first, and Maud Notand, second alto. New Poiut, Xov. Dth, was most sue cessftil. The papers and talks were all of n high order and much interest mani tested. The W. C. T l will bold an "Echo Meeting" of the national convention this Friday afternoon, Dec. 11th, at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. N. F. Murray. Friends of the organization invited. J. A. Kreek has been chosen a mem ber of the school board, vice Rudolph Schlotzhauer, resigned. Mr.'S. was the 'ecretary of the board, and the board selected Doctor Thatcher to till the place. What the Fun Costs. Under the "Corrust Practie art" can didates for ollice are renuired to RIa statements of their expenses with the county clerk aud recorder, as to the amou nt of money they expended to secu re their election or defeat as the case may be. The law also provides that any one a candidate before the people, convention or primary, mast mako this statement within thirty days after thu election, and any failure to do so, is subject to a tine not to exceed I,0C0 to go to the credit of the schoel fund in the county in which the effense is committed: The law not only applies to candidates but also to Dolitical or ganizations, such as county snd state committees, and all others expending money for campaign" purposes: treasurer Austin, of the KeDUbhcan county committee, in his statement says that he received 1248.50 from various candidates, and expended 1123.20 for printing, and 8127. 18 for liverr. hatei. telegraph and rent, rallies and other miscellaneous expenses, leaving the partj indebted to him in the sum of A'J. II. T. Alkire. treasurer of the Re publican League Club alOregdn. made statement that the club had expended :t."j3 for entertainment ef speakers. campaign paraphernalia and printing. Neither the Demo-PoD county com mittee or the Free silver club of this oity made any statemeat within the law is to their expenditures, althouah some of their candidates make oath that they pnio curiam sums 10 tneir respective county committee, aad of course the ollicers of these organizations are liable under the law: The following aamed persons filed their statements, and swore that their xpenses during the casmaisn were aa follows: S. F.O.Fallon 9 6G.i0 I. L. Mmton 15.00 B, F. Morgan in m Geo. Stephenson 7X0 George Meyer 170 I. R. .Nau nun "75 L. Ii. Knowles I-VjO J.J.Pier-e tUt.'JO Chas. R. Edwards 75.25 Heiry Cook 14.70 Fred Burnett 54JiO C.G. Landon 71.45 O. Proud 85.50 loo. Ferguson 14X0 Giles Laughlin 00.00 . O. Davis 0000 Perry Kelley 455 From the abovb it will be seen that every candidate upon the Republican county ticket complied with the law. hue there were tivo upon the Demuhst ticket that failed to obey the law. and are subject to punishment. These are: H. B. W ilhams, candidate for proeecut- ng attorney; Z. T. Randall, caadidate for assessor; F. G. Hagloch, candidate for surveyor; S. S. Williams, candidate for collector; Jas. E- Honkins. candidate for public administrator. the following who were ranrlidnten before the Republican county convea- uin made statement cf expenses as follows: Rudolph Schlotzhauer. 15.00 Lewis I. Moore 30.40 Jno. Curtis 5.C0 Lee Deyorss 12.85 D. A. Young 28.20 G. W. Murphy 20.15 It will be seen frm the above that several parties who were candidates be fore the Republican nominating con vention have neglected this important feature of their political campaign.