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OREGON, MISSOURI. Issued Every Friday. Friday, l)o cinIx;r, 1, 1!S. TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE DOBYNS & CURRY, Publishers Peace. Tue final act in the work if the commUsionwas taken Saturday ni-f it Dec 10th, when the treaty whs signei. It would have afforded a pubject for .1 great historical palatini;, The group, gathered about tliu table in the etatei chamber of the foreign otlice, was mi prcssive in iWelf, while the fact that .. f tense of the momeuloueness of ll e issues which the act decided was deei .) felt by all the participant, gave an .1 prebtiiv and solemn tone to the fceeno. Around the great uiah'.gauy table t.it the ten arbiters of the destinies of :n; old juung nation. Rauged about d behind them were numerous attache if tliw American communion. The j Is from the crystal chandeliers over .. lieadi of those present magnified tl.') brilliant greeu and tcarlot of the np-liol-termga in their gaudiuees. There was theatrical contrast bet ween the black clothed actors a"d the scen ery. To the Americans it whs a hap. iy ending of the epilogue 01 war; for t ie Spanards it was plainly a bitter tragedy none tlie less painful because long fou- eeen. They eat silently, as though 1 most crushed, and none could within. d eympatny lor fenor loutero liios, t..e president 01 the bpanisa comtnisb.i -i. who, coming from his bed, was bundled in a great overcoat, mougn iocs uee burning in the tire place nearby. ine spirits ot tlie two bodies ?re symboli.ed by the clothes worn by I e members of the commissioners, for t..e Americans were attired in evening dn- a for the dinner given them immediat .y after the meeting by the Dusle Ban., and the Spaniards wore blade frojk coats. Mr. Arthur Ferguson then proceeded to readtirst the English and after tint the Spanish version of the treaty. T1 is finished, two copies were passed around the table, the commissioners signing them in the order of their rank. Win. R. Day, Senator Cushman K, Davis, Senator ra. 1. Frye, Wbite.iw Keid nnd Senator George Gray; Senor Montero Kios, Senor Abarzupza, Senar Uarnica, benor Villaurulia and liec. Cereroly Saoans, each commission Eign ins its opponent's treaty. Both were tied with the Spanish and America colors. When the seals were prepared to tlie affixed, attendants were sent scurrying for ribbons or the French tri-coloi.-, with which the documents were eealed, with compliments to the French hefts of the commissions. Many officials interestedly watched every detail of the proceedings. The seals being impressed, the coru omissioners arose and without formality each member shook the hands of all his antagonists and exchanged assurances of sincere personal esteem. The Spaniards afterward commented acridly upon what they termed the bad taste of the Americans in mustering a crowd of attaches to gloat oyer the con summation of their downfall and tie scramble for relics. The signing was finished at S:43. At that time the door of the chamber ope 1- ea ana benor villaurutin nPDeared urd exclaimed to n group of correspondents wno were waiting in the corridor C lini." The treaty, as signed, consists of 1' articles, it haying been found ndvisa' !s to subdivide two or three of the artici-3 in tbo draft agreed upon nt the li.t meeting. The commissioners of the two nations wrote their signatures on two copies -if the treaty, one copy being for the arc.i iyes. The document was prepared by Se.; retary Moore on behalf of the Uniml States commission, nnd by Senor V 1 laruthia for Spain, on account of the continued illness of Secretary Ojeda, .if the Spanish commission. Each copy contain English and Span ish texts of the treaty in parallel c I umns. The wording had been approv d previously by the commissioners wit-lout a joint meeting, bo there was no ccu troverty on this subject. Dockery Changes His Tune. Congressman Dockery has evident'y changed his views on expansion. In Ii speech made in Oregon during the re cent campaign Mr. Dockery declared himself in favor of expansion. In the following interview with W. B. Steven-, Washington correspondent of thcGIo.j.--Democrat, Mr. Dockery declared him self "ferninst" the Philippines: 'I tell you," said Mr. Dockery, the sober thinking people of this count!; are against taking the Philippines." "Would you have turned them ba.:.c to Spain?" was asked. "Oh, Lord, no! We couldn't havedo: 1 that; of course not." replied Mr. Dock cry. "Would you have the American troops withdrawn entirelv and leave the people to their fate?" "Xo," said Mr. Dockery. "We must keep a naval base there." "What will von do with the rest?" "Get rid of 'era." "How?" "Oh, I don't know. Find some wa; Goll dern "em, we don't want 'em." Now, if it had been a Democratic ad ministration that had mapped out the Iolicy of annexing the Philippines, do you suppose thnt Mr. Dockery would have expressed himself asquoted? What ever may Ik? said by tho anti-expansion Democrats against the annexation of ttt Philippines can also be directed against the annexation of Hawaii, and they are generally in favor of that now, althoug'. they were not at the time the resolution was voted through. It can also be ap plied against the annexation of Porto Rico, and they are in favor of that. Ii their opposition to annexation and ex pansion the Democrats are turning away from the principles advocated by Thom as Jefferson. 3Inn.v People Cannot Drink coffee at night. It spoils their sleep You can drink Grain-O when you ple.a e and sleep like a top. For Grain-O doen not stimulate; it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Vet it looks and tastes likelbe coffee. I'or nervous perfcone, young people and children Grain O is the per fect drink. Made from pure grnic (Jet a package from your grocer todm. Try it in place of coffee. 13 nnd 2.". In biliousness, Heroine, by expelling from tho body the excess of bile and acids, improves the nssimilative pro cesses, purities the blood, and tones up nnd strengthens the entire system. Price 0 cts. Sold by Clark O. Proud. Overcome eyil with good Overcon I your coughs and colds with One Minut ' Cough Cure. It is so good children cj for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneu- , . . ,i i l i monia, gr.ppe unu a.i uiroai, iinu iui , disenses. Sold by S. W. Aiken. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the postoflice al Oregon, Mo., for the week ending December 10, 1893: W. Carpenter, Mrs. Josephine Lee (2), and J. JV, Poage. Please 6ay "advertised' wtien calling for the above named let ters. Office houra from 7:0 n. m. to 7::iJ p. m. Thomas Canny, P. M. Pains Have Left They Woro In Arms, Shoulders and Limbs-Began Taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and Now 00s All Her Work. " I was troubled with pains in the small of nay back and they spread to my arms, shoulders and limbs. I was et times 00 that I could hardly do my work. The medicines prescribed for me did not do any good and I had given np all hope ot ever getting rid of the pains. My fatter told me to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and I did so. When I had taken it a short time I began to feel better. The pains begin to leave, and new, after taking fivo bot tles, I have none of the pains and can do all my work. I feel that I am cured." Hattih McDowell, Higbee, Missouri. WonderfulcuresotScrofnlB.Saltltheunj. Ulcers. Sores, Eruptions, Dyspepsia, md other diseases, prove the great curative, blood purifying powers of HOOd'S pariUa The best In fact the One True Blood Purlfler. SoldbyalldrugKl'U. Price l;sixfor$5. o'll- are lhe 'aTnri,e family nOOCl S PI I IS cathartic Trice 25c. They File Their Statements. It cost Congressman Cochran f74 i'O to be re-elected to congress according Ji his statement of expenses filed in t.i coun'y recorder's otlice. of Ruchau.-u county.Thissuni was paid out in viinui.s amounts to Secretary Frank Freytngr.f the Democratic county central commit tee. Tlie riri-t assessment was only f.V.), according to the statement, but as t.ie campaign waxed warm mure funds unv needed and the assessments crew 10 8100, SI.IUW Hud finally to T.. committee was evidently very extn.' gant with the funds as portion of bum was paid out in Platte cou where Democratic voles grow 011 Irvs and bushes and :t is usually biipposeo t oe unnecessary to coax them. Con gressman Cochran states that this sum- was not spent wholly in his own bell a II, but that it was for the general good. Arthur W.Brewster Hied his statement of campaign expanses in the oflL-e. Tl-e total outlay incurred in his race for c ti gress was only $204.50. The etatem? it is characteristic of the man, the uj morous side of the campaign being ap parent throughout. An unknown man received ft for hauling the Republican candidate from Weston to Platta C-ty. The notation that he was probably a Democrat seems superfluous in view of the tact that he lives in Platte county. "Divers other persons, whose names were then and are now unknown to th. affiant," received $10 for the distribu tion of cards. "John Doe" and "Richard Roe." "whose true names being then and ore now unknown," received $20 for the distribution of literature of the Avery bill and the Thirty-ninth gent-'.il assembly of Missouri. "One hundred unkuwn men who only wanted enough to buy a keg for the boys" received noth ing. A mission in a Democratic precinct received a donation of 25 cents. Secretary S. P. Huston of the Re publican congressional committe a so tiled his statement in which it is she wi that a Email balance remains in .110 treasury after all debts are paid. A total of SH'.i was received and the -x-penditures, as far as can be ascertair d at present, will reach only $12500 Catarrh Cannot lie Cureii. with Local Applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh ts a blood or constitutional disease, siiid in order to cure it you must take inter nal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the bloyd and mucous b 11 r faces. Ha l' Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicm." It was prescribed by one of the bet physicians in this country fur years, ni.d is a regular prescription. It is composed or the best tonics known, combined w II: the best blood purifiers, acting direcllv on the mucous surfaces. The perft- :t combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful resti'ts in curing Catarrh. Send for testimc.i tals, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O Sold by druggists, price 75c. Old fashions in dress ma be revived, but not old-fashioned medicine can re place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aod Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by ad druggists. Curzon. Mrs. Carrie Dawson is quite sick it this writing. Mrs. W. S Gilford was shopping :n ij'. Joseph, Friday. --J. E. Hopkins, of Mound City, ws in our burg a day or two, last week. Dan Willoy visited relatives in Whl'e Cloud, Kansas, a few days, lat week. W. K. Gipson and Henry Vundiver were over in Kansas looking at eorae land, last Saturday. W. C. Xickols, of St. Joseph, moved on to W. F. Davis farm in upper C-r-zon, one day, this week. George A. Gifford, of Seneca, Kan sas, was visiting relatives and friends here Saturday and Sunday. Ed Foster went to St. Joseph, one day last week, where he will assist hi6 brother, James A., in thed.nrj business. We learn that Silas and Will Elder have joined the regular arniv, and nt-w Mr. James Elder says he has three soii-j 1 working for Uncle bam. Ino. The pooner n cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the better Lingering colds are dangerous. Hv.-l; tug cough is distressing. One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why suf fer when such n cough cure is witlnu reach? It is pleasant to the taste. Sold bv S. W. Aiken. Bienville. Mr. and Mrs. Hite, &f Forbes, -Id friend of Mr. Cropp, were present at .it funeral. The infant child orThomns Flemii.c died, Dec. Cth, 1SH.S. and was buried in Fillmore cemetry. Thursday. Rev. Cram pt on found an empty school house Sunday afternoon, no il bad been sent, but failed to reach him, reguarding the funeral of Mr. Cropp. Xule Plannlp, Will CurtiF, Di-'t Taylor and Will Cobb are cutting woi I on James Idding's laud, and are batcu tng in Ludwig'sold house in Richvill-. Xeivs reached the frieuds of D. C. and B F. Foos, that their dwellirg house where they reside, with all is contents, were destroyed by tire n few-1 unys ago nothing saved. It will be a severe los?. Ludwig Waegele intends to move ri I ins arm in Andrew county next sprim. He has been moviiiL and reuairincr h. . dwellings there. Mr. Waegele will h-i mucn misceu nere. , i,an C0UI1ty, Kansas, the past week , Ak.vte. j We understand ho went to look for a -Iter. J. J. Bentley, D. D., will preact j locu"n at the Methodist church. Saturdav eve- 1 he entertainment at the Cnllen . ,, ca,,,,n, ,,' r r:a 'i i. , ' .. th ilmlithann ,rii.0 . ..., Kv. P.. Kvnnn fnrmr r .i,:. vininllv irnnrnnlna.l ..,.. ,i:u.l r. , Llllta I ..w ....... v.. ouiu uiJlllllri.l or croup. These powders ceed no reo-' Commendatione.as they hnvebeen tested fnr mnnv vears. Anv nnn nqinn ih.c pomoilv will not. resort tn nnv n... treatment, as these powders are verji 1 effective. X. " From Daniel Zachman. Eiiitoiw Sextiski.: - I have been r- ! queBted by many of our friends to write to them, so I concluded by writing TllK. Skxtinkl that they may all kuow how we are getting along tu this new homo in the fur Southwest. When wti left home wo liaJ not fully 'decided where u would fa'.op for the ' winter. 1 bought my tickets ot Mr. Quick at the Missouri Pacific otlice. via ' Kansas City, Fort Worth and El Puso. , and from there we took the Southern Pacific tu Maricopa, hud thence In this ' place on the Phoenix and Muricopa line. 1 Phoenix is located nearly in tlie cen ' ter of the Salt river valley, and ha u population of 12,000 with all the modern improvement. Is well supplied with Echools,churches and fraternal soeielie. This is a lovely valley surrounded bj mountains ou all sides It ir- reinaikablj level, with here and there a curious!) formed peak. It is 11U0 vt ry Urge. Ac cording to the governor's report it con tains over one million acres of arable land. The soil of this valley is wonder ful 111 its productive qualities, im) is limited only by its water supply. The climate is semi tropical; the hot season routes earlier 111 tliesprmg than tu locai - ties of the same altitudes 11c ir the sea ' coast. Tney have other advantages !--suits the climalit and soil, foritisTiO.i miles cearer tb the general market mul from four to six weeks earlier than its rival California. Thnt gives them asuie nnd ready sale for their tropical frin'. The orange industry is nearly new hen ; only four or live earn ago they planted the first orange orchard in this valley and they claim it is a great suecets.l They estimate about 20 car lo.-uls to !) shipped from this place. I have not been . out in the orchards and farms. I an: wilting ror ine return in ij. 1. ivj.e who is outiu the mountains on biis'ue and prospecting. Will go as soon as he returns. We found our friends all w.l: and feel perfectly at home. There me a great many health svekera 111 tli s valley from all parts of our ccuii?r, some are receiving great benefit and home rejoicing, while others come hen uever to return alive to their home ui.'l friends. Our health has improved very much considering the short time we are here. I hope and pray it may cmiiuiiio to improve. (I may be imaginary) but I do believe my throat is nearly well, and Mrs. Zachman much bettor. We expect to stay four or live months f the pocket book don't get the sweeney. This is a first-class place to get rid of money. For fear of making my letter to lengthy I close. Don't forget to send Tub Sexti nki. to me. Kind regards to all our friends. Daniel Zachman. Piiofnix, Akizona, December 8, 18DS. Box 175. There is a Class ol People Who are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there has beeo placed in all the grocery stores a new preparation called Grain-O, made of pure graioo, that takes the place of coffee. The most dedicate stomach receives it without distress, and but few can tell it from coffee. It does not cost over "4 as much Children may drink it with great bene fit. 15 cts. and 25 cts. per package. Try it. Ask for Grain O. Many n household is saddened by death because of the failure to keep on hand n safe and absolutely oertsin cure for croup such ns One Minute Cough Cure, See that your little ones are pro tected ugainl ercergeccy. Sold by S W. Aiken. Garcia is Dead. The death of Gen. Garcia which oc curred in Washington Sundey last, is a serious blow to Cuba. He was the only prominent man anions the fighting rlo inent of the Cubans who intelligent! grasped the situation which developed itself after the cessation ot active wai. Garcia not only appreciated the great service which tho Americans rendered tu his countrymen, but he promptly saw t he direction in which the interests of the island lie. He was an early and r.n influential friend of annexation. Mo?t of the business men nnd nearly all the foreigners, Spaniards nnd others, in the island are probably in favor of annexu tion, but Garcia was in 11 position to In the most active and forceful of them ai. Sooner or later, and probably very soon, annexation will be brought nbout. Gomez and most of the Cuban soldiers are supposed to be anxious for a separ ate government, but they constitute on ly a email part of tho Cuban populati n Annexation is the logical outcome of the present condition of affairs in the island. but it would probably have been has tened had Garcia lived. Itucklen'.s Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cum Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped IIords Chilblains, Corns, ami all Skin Krup ttons, and positively curie nie, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to gite perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 2o cents per. box. For sale by Clark O. Proud. Of unusual interest to every reader of this paper is the advertisement elsewher in this issue of the bt. Ijuiis tilobe- Democrnt, unquestionably w.r of tho greatest of American newf papers. That peerless paper can now be hud by mail, every day, including the big bunday tssue, for only six dollars per ear, and at that price, it is certainly within the reach of all who desire to read any daily paper, lu Weekly Globe-Democrat is issued in semi-weekly Kectioni of eight pages each, making it prac ically a Large Semi Weekly, and almost equal to the average daily, at One I) .liar a Year. This issue is just The Tiling for the farmer, merchant or profesBioi.nl man who has not the time to rend a daily paper, but wishes to keep prompt ly and thoroughly posted. It is made up with especial reference to the wants of eyery member of the family, not only giving All The Xews, but aUo n great variety ot interesting and instructive reading matter ot nil kinds. Write for free sample copiee to Globe Printing Co., St. Louis, Mo. Monarch. Mr. McGuire is tites in California. visiting with re! a - Mrs. Frank Craig is conynlescitig, after quite a severe illness. Jim Garner has just completed a new sled nnd says it is n dnndy. Mr. J. J. Garner and family visited with James and Loin Huiatt, Sunday. -OIlio Graham has been quite sick with pneumonia, but is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh were the quests of James anil Alice Garner last Sunday. II. Boyd has returned to Kansas, af ter a few days' sojourn with relntives, : here. i r.. . . . . . ine aenion una nave reiurneu to .Monarch, having spent llie summer in Nebraska. -Howard Brown has been in Doni- buuooi iiuusu in .iiiurev. uuuni.v. huh been postponed, and will be tho 2.1 ic- steau ot ine n as oetore slated, livery body invited to come. So admission Will 06 CDargeU. ... . . it. jolkt. IlRVe -ou n cow . do J Horehound Syrup at bed time move it. Price 23 cts, and by Proud. i The Look in a Woman's Face. Beauty disappears ivicit the eyes arc dull, the skin is sallene and the wrinkles begin to appear. Mrs. Ensign watched her good looks return day by day. A woman's beauty is more a matter of health than of regular features or perfect proportions. Without the magnetism of sound health, and the vitality and good spirits that come naturally from sound sleep and good diges tion no woman is altogether charming. A year of ill health will do more to ruin beauty than ten years of healthful living. Many a woman is watching with dis may the growing pallor of her cheeks, the coming of wrinkles, the thinness that be comes more distressing every day. Sufferers from such afflictions will be interested to read the story that is told by Mrs. V. H. Ensign, of 4J9 South Freedom Avenue, Alliance, Ohio. For no particular reason that she could discover, her health began to "run down," very much as a clock runs down when the power in the spring is exhausted. She steadily grew weaker, thinner, paler every day, till she was hardly able to move about the house. She was wholly unfit for household work, or any of the duties of life. Her skin became dry and withered. Her eyes were dull and her face constantly wore a pinched, strained look, arising from the unnatural condition of her nerves. Such faces may be seen everywhere. The unfortunate in this " run down " condition cannot rest at night, cannot di gest proper food. The system fa prepared to receive the Slii'rilfs Sale Under School Fund Wlirrea-.. mi tlie l:itli day of Mairli. I.. 1'. liraluiiiainlSereit:ti;rali:iiii,tiisre.liy tlieir mortgage with power uf sale, reennint 111 tlie recnnler's ollico of Holt Coantv. MUM.uri. In liook .t :ii iaee .'tM.coiivejril to HollCoanir. .Ml-.-ouri.the lolloviiiKl ile-critieil real rotate, lymc anil ln-lns Kltnatcil in ai.l eoimtv ami state, to-wit : l.i't eleven (ill in IiliM-k tour i II. l!i;:e!ow. II. ill County. Missouri. Winch villi convey .tin-.- was nrnle in trust to secure the n:inient r a certain l.-n.l.as 111 saiil niort.iKe with pouer of s.il is ilescnlieil ; ami whereas it is iriviitcil in s.Ui! inorts w that in default of the pa) incut of s.ii.1 Loin), ac cording to its terms au.l ellfcls. that the Sli-r-itf ot said county luiul.t proeve ti. without sail oil said inorls.tKe, to sell said iiKirfgagi'il lircmiscs to satisf v said rfclit ; and wln-reas default has tiecn nude in tlie iiu--it of said Loud : and nli-re.is the County Court did on the lOtli d.iv of Noveiniier,l'Ib'.liiakeaii iirder.eiitered iipor the rceorit.coiiim.iiulinp tlieSheriil of said cottuly to sell said premises, or so much thereof as will In sufficient to pay said debt, interest an-lco-t-,; now-, therefore liv irtue of said innrlae and order of sale, I will, on WEDNESDAY. JANL'AltY 4, IK'J. between the hours of nine, o'clock in tin fore noon and IHe o'clock m the allenioou of thai day. at the north door ot the court limine in tin City ot (Irecon.Coimty or I lolt.aud State of Ml- -souri.sell at public vendue, to tlie highest bid der, for cash in hand, all the riht. Idle. -mil in terest of l P. (irahain ami Seiepta Cniiiam.liis wife, of, in ami to the above described real estate, or so uim-h thereof as will lie siiftiei-nt to satisfy said fori-soing mortgase. lute rest and costs. C. It. KDWAKDS, Slietillot lloltCoiiuiy. Sheriff's Sale. ISy virtue and authority of a special execu tion, issued from the ulllcc of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Molt Conn! v. Missouri, return able at the January term. Isri.of said court.aml to ine directed in favor of Alex tinier Yanliiis. kirk, Executor of the estate of Cersi Anderson, deceasetliiot nu.iinl David C.Ainlcrsou.I hank-vied upon and seized all the rlslit. title, inter est and claim of the said David C. Aiidi'rsou.of. In and tn tlie followim: described real estate, to-wit: All of two acirs of laml, situate in the south east ii'.iarterof 111 northeast iiarler ot section twenty-seven I'J7". township sixty It!! of ranp-tlurtv-eUIit I.THj.and more inrtlcular ib-s-iibc.l as follows. l-uii: ComiuenciUK at a point north of the corpnite llmitsof tin- Citv of Orc Con. where the two publis routs which are Hie prolongations of Main street and Washint-u street liitnsect with each oih-r. Hicuce di rectly south alous the public road and said .Main stn-ei (r.i'.)i rous to a take or sione thence west (l:i) rod. more or less, to said W ashinctou street : thence in a iiorlheasterl direction allium said Washington street and III public road to the place of lii-KMiuinc. All Hlnz and being In the said foui.ty.aml Mate nt Missouri, and I will, on WEDNESDAY. .lANCAKY ttli. between the hours of :i o'clock In the fereiiooii and r. o clock in theafteriioon of that day. at the court House door, la the Citv of Oregmi County of Holt aforesaid, sell the same, irrsi much thereof as may tie required, at public vennue. to me nigncs' onnn-r lor c.-isn in narii subject to alt prior liens and judgments. satisfy said ex-cutioii and costs. C. It. KDWAKDS. Sherllt of Holt Cminiy. Sheriff's Sale. ny virtue ami auiimriiv or a sim-lal cm en tion. issued from the otlice of the clerk ol the Circuit ( unit of lloll ( oiintv. Missoiiil, n tuniatile at tlie.l.imiarv i.'im.l'.i.of said com ami tu nit directed in fnorol Yill.ig. of Corn ing. Missouri, ami against I). A. Uaiib-r.l have levied iiimiii and scied all the right, title, ill terest and claim of tin said 1). II. Wahler of. fu and to tlie billowing dcsi-rihcil real estate. I wit: Uls lliirli t n i l b aeil bun lein 1 1 1 1 in block five (Si in the original town of Corning. All hihgand being in the said county and State ot Mi'S'itin.nnd I will, on wednesday..i.nc.i:y i. isi-i. between the hours of !i o'clock in tl:e fon-nnon and 5 o'clock in I be alien n of that i'a.ainl while the Circuit Court of ll-dt county is lit ses sion at the court houseihwir. in tli city of On1 KOII, l oimtj ot Holt. abnesalil. sell the same, or so much thereof n may Is ri-ipiired. at public vendue, to me iiigursi iiniiler lor i an in nailil (SHliject to al! prior liens :md jii.'t'ln. nt".) i satisfy said execution and costs. C. It. EDWAKDS. Sln-iill -if Holt County. Sheriffs Sale. iiy virtiieaiol autkoritv of a special execu tion. Issued front the olllcc of the clerk of the Circuit Court of HoU Countv. Missouri, return able at the .lanuary term. iswi. of said court, and to me directed in lavorof illage of Corn ing. -Missouri, aial against (. v. Vtar.ei I li.-ue levied upon and s-l.-d all I be right, title interest and ciaim of the said I". . Walter of. in ami in Hie following described real estate to-wit: l.ots five .'. si i;. si veil T and right isl m iiiis-k .ij in said iin.it: ot i oriilng. Missouri. All It lug and being in tin sod coiinlv and Stale oi Missouri, ami i win. on WEDNESDAY. .IANCAKY 4. Ikm. beliveen tin- hours of ilo'clock in the forenoon mil 5 o clack in t n afternoon of lb.it d.iv. :il the court bouse dour. In the citv of (Ireon. CiMiiri' ill rtnlt .iforesaiil.sell Hie s.u:ie.or s.i much thereof as may be ie,iureil. at, publii vendue, to the highest bidder fr.r cash In h.iml, (subject to all prlsr Hens and judgments.) to a'lsiv said eteculion ami costs. C. It. EDWAKDS. Slieriil of Holt Couuiv Order ol" Publication. STATE (If MISMH'Kl.i . County of Hull. cNV In the probate court ! llie County of Holt and State of MismiuiI, November 'adjourned I in the matter of estate of ('has. . I M Sterreit. iu-1-i-.istfu, i, lies .. Jtiiuglllin. I'niiii.. A.loiii.. smuor, in cu.irp- oi sain estate. Order t rublicatlou lilies A. I.-ii:ghlin. rubde AdiiiliiMtritor, ii I.U.1IKC .is aoiiiiiiisiraior oi llie estate of Chas. .1. M Sterreit, di ceased, iirc sents to the court his p-titlon, praln for an order fur tint sale ol so much of the real estate of s.ii.l deceased as w j pay and satisfy the remaining debls due hv s.u cst ip and jet unpaid for want ot sufficient assets accompanied by llie accounts, lists and Inven tories required b law in such c.ise;ou examina tlon whereof it is ordered thatall persons Inier ested in the estate of said deceas. d b- u.ititli d tliatapplk-.ilion a aforesaid lias been made and that unless the cnntrar. be shown ..n or l.i f.uc Die tlrst day of Hi next temi of tluscoiut. to be lield on the l.llliday ot Kcltiii iri, u xt. an order will be mad-for llie sale of the" whole, or so much of the real estate ofs.-.ld .In-.-aie,! as will lie sufficient forth- panwiit d said debls-and il is rurlln-r orderedlliat this notice be pub lisheil in simp newspaper in Ihisroiuity for four weeks before the next term of this court state ok missoitim County of Holt. f i. iiiiry I. AlKiri. .Itnlge uf tlie I .'iil.nl. Ci.iiit.witliin aim fur iM r tv.tieretiv -pert liv lii.il iiir-niii'li-is ;i ini'-(iii ill mi firlultlllt fir- ilernf iniliIir:itloii tlrrein refprreil tu. us :lic s.une ;iiiiears in reeuni in mv oinee. Witness lil Ii:iiii1 :is Jiiipi;iii(t !, i-KAUimr.sald ruiirt. Dune jit n y nd'.r.- In Orecmi In sai.l ciemtv. this i;tli il;iy uf llecenilier. .. IL. ISlr. 1IKXUV T. AI.Kini;. .Iintxeuf I'rnliate Court. Waster -Agents for "History of the Simnis-Americnn Wnr." by Hon. Henry Watterson. A complete, authectie hi tory; illustrated with over 70 full page, half tones and many richly colored pic tures. Largo royal octavo vol u in p. Akron, Ohio. or Mallard's UP"U i-p .r oniy ;u cents : and international moment. S I (alumna r nir art I vi rn f . will re- rr:Z. : . "Ifuggestive nnd interesting ?0 ct. Sold ' years. Address: The Werner Comnnnr ! trom recent issues of the germs of any disease without resistance. Mrs. Ensign tells cf her escape in the following words : " I was persuaded to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People by reading of their wonderful cures in cases like mine. " After a few doses there was an exhil arating change. "I could eat and sleep better than for years. " My interest in my work came back. I began to improve in feelings and in looks. "The gain continued steadily as long as I took the pills ; and it was permanent. " I ceased taking them only when I felt in perfect health. I cannot find words to express my admiration for this remedy." As she told her story Mrs. Ensign ap peared to be a picture of perfect health. The vegetable ingredients contained in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoole are mixed in accordance with the pre scription discovered by Dr. Williams, the celebrated physician. Analyjis shows them to contain, in cer tain fixed proportions, all the elements that are required to build up new, rich blood and nerve cells. This power has touched the root of a long list of nervous and blood diseases, and made the pills an unfailing cure for the mo'.t desperate cases. All cutrsrists sell Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for i ..fe People. One box for 50 cents, or k boxes for $20. Time Table. Below will be found the time of tl partureof tho passenger trains over the K. C. road nnd also the day tretght trains. It will be seen by this time card thnt the H..t M. trains stop nt Forest City: iot.Ni; noktii: No.'Jl. Leaves f orest City nt Ism p.ra rvo. J.J LioaveH at l:Jb a. m. Xo.4.'l Villisca imssengor. leaves nt 0:1X1 p. in. Xo. l.", 15 & M -Leaves Forest City at 1:30 p. in. Xo. 27 Omaha passenger, leaves at S:l."i a. m. every day. .No. in -l reight Lieaves nt :t:00 a. in notNO SOUTH. ro.u0 ijeaves KorestCity at 1:40 p. m. Xo. '12 Leaves at 2:.10 a. m No. 12 St.Joseph passenger.leavee at 9:00 a.m. Xo. 1C, B & M Leaves Forest City ut fi.-t Tl in Xo. '2d -Omaha pisssuger, 8:22 p. m. every dav. leaves nt Xo.02 -Freight Leaves nt l:f3 p.rn DR. FENNER'S Blood and Liver Remedy AND NERVE TONIC. This is a medicine that cures Ner vousness, Liver Complaints, Deranged Stomach and Bowels. Bad Breath, Biliousness, Con stipation. It removes pimples and Beautifies the Complexion. It causes the liver to throw oft its bile. It cleans out the entire alimentary canal and rids it of worms and other vermin that inhabit an unhealthv stomach and bowels. It completely cleanses and purifies , , . the system and at the same time strentrthens the stomach, nervous system, v . , , in.au, luua .iiiu an uuni ttssttes. It causes the head to be come clear and the patient energetic for business when dull or indisposed from biliousness or impure blood. It produces appetite, strength and vigor. It does all these things with certainty by acting upon the causes of disease. It is pleasant to take and its effect on the system is warming and in every way agreeable. If not satisfied after using one bot tle your money will be refunded by C. O. PROUD. Oregon, Mo, " Public Sale. I will sell at Public Sale ut my resi dence miles east of Oregoo, nnd lX mile east of the Woods school house uu Thursday, December 29. 1S9S, the following described property, to-wit: 7 Head of Cattle, consisting of 1 Milch Cow; 1 2- ear old Heifer, will be fresh soon; 2 jearling Heifers; '2 heifer Calves; 1 thoroughbred Short-Horn Bull; 15 head of Sheep; I Duroc Jersey Boar; 2 brood Sows; '2 Gilts; 1 Spring Wagon: I Farm Wagon; 1 Feed Wagon; Bobsled; set Double Harness; Lister and Drill; :)0 bushels of White Corn; 100 bushels of O.i It-: a lot of Clover mid Tunothv mixed hay. ThliJlS Ol' fcAL.tS: All sums under 10, cash; all sums of 610 and over, a credit of 10 month will be given, r.ur chaser giving bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Two ner cent off fur cash on tune purchases. Sale to begin at 10 o'clock n. in., sharp. J. D. Tkitt. If. C. Bkntox. Auctioneer. (Sii.es A. Luc;iii.ix, Clerk. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. William I-' !li.'lie ami A ni-t-li-l !:t Unfiles, Ins wile, by their dee I, uf trust il.iteil the 1st :1V ut .lull- !S!H1- :llnl lilpil fur rH.llil In tlie recnrder'.-i utlk-e uf Unit county. Missouri, mi the ist laj ut .Inly. Is'jil.nii.l reennleil In ililine .s at inure r-lil. uf tli. rii-nrils nf sahl uf. liee, cuiiveyeil In W. II. KiclianN. as trustee, tin lollimnii: ili-sprtlieil real estate, .situate. IvIiiK an.l lieiue in sail) county. ( it : Tlie nuitli sitv a.-ies uf the suiitliwest iiuar- ter. (except ene acre nut uf tin- suuHim-st pnr- liei tlit-rcefiaml llie suiitli lltty acres uf the l Half ut I lie suiitliivest iiuarler.. niiil tin suutlii-ast iti.irli ruf tin- inirtl west iii.irter uf 'i-liiiu lulu teen (lo.anil Uu-east liali uf tlie mrtlieast miarter uf M-ction tuenlv-tuu (tn-i. ;mil ll:e nnriliue.sl imarter uf the nuitliHest lii.irler u the nnrlliwest quarter uf sectinn iwentj-tliree 23). all in tuwnshtii nilv-nine si n! ranee thirty-seven ciinlainins ici acres' iiiun- ur less. Ill trust, tn si-curi to the tieneliflarv In sahl ui-t ileeil naineit. the iianientof the liriiieinal in. I li'li rest ul the four in. Irs ir s.ii.l trust ileeil full ilescnlieil. Ami whereas ilefault has heen maile In the pajnient uf the aW nntejicconliiii; tn Its Ii'lM.r jin.l the li-ir:il li..l.l-r ut s.il.1 note h:.s reiiiesteil nn- tiu-xeeiilesaiil trust, arcunllni; In lis t. rins an.1 i.rnvlsiuiis : n,iw- Hierefure. nur- suant tn sa.i reimst aii.l In ciinturiiilty to the provisions uf s.ii.1 .lee, I uf trust. I will on Tines!)., V. JANL'AltY IT. Ii. hetween the limir nt 9 a. in. and S p. in of Hint il.iy.at tlie iiurtU court house -livor In the city ut Dremm. county mul Male aforc-anl. sell the priiierly atmve ilescrileil or so much thereof as win lie iii-cessarv at putilie outcry tn the highest lihlr'er fur cash in haiul tn satisfy saiil ili-ht ami interest ami the ensts of exccul Iuk this trust. . I). lilt'llAltllS. Tiuster. In the American Monthly Review of Reviews for December the editir rr views the November elections, the pro greFB of our pence negotiations with Spain, and other matters of national orco very cartoons Spanish Jour nals are reproduced Seib Carson has our sincere thaks tor a great big dozen of fine quails. -Miss Kathleen Glass, of Falls City. Aeb., is visiting frinds in Forest City. -Services nt Woodv.II-. Sabbath ar - terimon at 3 o'clock, by lie v. Henry .. -Three persons were received into the membership of the Presbyterian chu-ch Sabbath dav. .X little daughter came to izladden the home of Dr. .. t. Tiiatchei -and , . ....J(, . , gowr, Kanbas, are the guests of George Mfer and family, of Forbes township. Mis. W. if. William'. of Forest City, is in St. Ju-eph. -il lii" beilslii- nt hel , daughter, Mrs. Bell Moray, who is quite eick. ! The Central Savinus Bank, of St Joseph. lifter huviug clo d its ilimri for the past tcrtnight, returned business Monday of this wt-ek. Elder B F.Clay, of Kausas City occupied the Chrictian church pulpit Monday evening in the iutrept of finely n n is -ions. Frank Muet-s, who has been makir his home with his uncle. H. C. Schmidt, for several months, returned to his home in Cincinnati, this week. - -If you want a good Wilcox & Whit organ, in first -class order, call on or ad dress, Mrt. India Price, Oregon, Mo. Will bo bold at u bargain for cash. Mrs. Maude Pope, of Blue Hill, Xeb., nccompained by her little ton Howard, are the guests of her parents, W. II. H lllinin.-. and wife, of 1-orest Citj. --1. tieekman, wno uvea near Big Lake, and who by the way is an ox pert angler, making iicatcl with tli spoon, last btinson, tu onn liav. ot ove: 100 bats, was attending to business t Oregon last Tuesdny. William Hitt and wife, of Foresl City, hae the heartfelt sympathy of the entire cominunitv, in the dentn their little two-year old son, liussell who died in that city lust Saluriln, morning, Uec. ID, jsys, from mem braneous croup. The funeral was held Monday of this week. Corbon Cotton, of White Cloud Kansas, was over last Sunday, visiting his numerous friends. The firm which he is a member, at White Cloud Burkhalter nnd Cotton, are closing out their stock, nnd will locate in Montana, where they will open a large suppl store, and also a lumber yard. We hope their expectations will be more than realized. Joe Lance has taken a contract to cut 100 cords of wood, and posts withou number, in the Uelviu timber south o town. Mr. Lance is now ready to sub-let I contracts, hire wooit choppers by the day and keep nbout three axes worked down by his own muscular effort. Several others have begun work on the timber south of town. Muitland Herald Robert Stewart, aged eighty-ono years, died suddenly from neart trouble, nt his home in St. Joseph, Mo., Sunday night. Uec. 11. 1HUS.. lie uas the lathe of tho Stewart BroV., engaged in the wholesale cigar trade in that city. He formerly resided in Forest City, thi county, going from thore to St. Joseph and will be remembered by manv of the older citizens of that place The school boards or teachers of the following named district's will re ceive free of charge h beautful map of Missouri, by callling at Dr. Aikens drug (tore. Oregon, Mo. J his is n railroad and postuftice map, and is adopted to school use: Woods, Richville. Pierce. Highland, Monarch, Maitlowor, Bluff City. Culp, Union, Lincoln, Marion, Oakland, Bush College, Benton, Banks Chambers, SchailTer. The Kansas City Journal says that many of tion. John Kennish s friends throughout Missouri are grooming him "T tlne Kovernorhip two years h yn better selection could be made ence. made and his election would be a God send to Missouri. -Crnig Leader. As The Skn I 1I..M. tc3 iun iiiou i'':t Hi tut? oki.i(7 iv "T-1 VI' I ir..o t 11 .A H in r-tn.A suggest .Mr. Kennish as most excellent gubernatoral timber, wo are glad to see so many uf our contemporaries joining us in the movement. We say again, we regard him as the very best nomination possible for our party to make. The following oflicers were electeJ by the Modern Woodmen ot America, lust Tuesday evening: C. W. Lukens, V. C: Frank Patterton, W. A. Giles Laughlin, Banker; Louis Crousaz, Escort; George Lhmer, Clerk; William Xoellsch, Watchman; B. F. Lynch, secretnry; .lame's Meyer, Maunger; Drs. Kearney, hivuns and Aiken, i'hysicians, i heir installation will take place the second Tuesday night in January. Frank Petree was elected delegate to the coun ty convention of Woodmen, which con venes in this city, January 15, 1899. Rev. M. Crampton, who is a member ot the organization, lias been invited to de liver an address on the night of the in stnllatton. Al McXulty, Ed nud George Mc- Fnrlan and George Burge left Sunday for Nevada, where they were summoned in the case ufthebtuteot Missouri vs. Charles and William Sanders. These two Inst named young men, last sum mer worked for Uncle Bob Patterson, nnd were nut only industrious but quite gentlemanly in their deportment, ihey got through with their work, quit anil disappeared, but unly ror a short time, when they appeared ut Forest City, with a horse or two, which they traded at the McXulty barn in Forest City to the McFarlan boys about the lSth of November. It was but n short lime when Sheriff Edwards learned of the stenhng of some horses near Nevada, and from description of men he was salKtied that the suspicioned par ties we none other than the Sanders boyn who had bsen working for Mr. Patterson. McFarlau trnded the hors he obtained from the Sanders' to (Seorge Burgo, the liveryman at Craig. Edwnrd? succeeded in capturing William San- ilerrt near Corning, nbout December 1st, while Charles hail been taken in by the sheriff uf Vernon county. Bills of in dictment were f und by the Vemnn county grand jury, and the first named parties will i;o the witness t-tnnil to tentify in the cate. the trial being set for Tueeduv of this week. How to PrfVsMit Croup. Wo have two children who are sub ect to attacks of croup. Whenever nn attack is coming on my wife gives them Clinnilitvliiiu't; Couch Remedy nnd it ahvnjb prevent the nttack. It is a household necessity in this county nnd no matter what eU-e we run out of. it would not do to be without Chamber lainV Cuiigh Remedy. More or it is sold here than or nil other cough medicines combined. .1. M. Nickle.ot N'ickle Bros, merchant,, Xickleville, Pa. For sale by all druggists. j A cough is not like a fever. It does not have to run n certain course. Cure it quickly and elTectunlly with One Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy for all aifes and for the most eeere ciikp-1. We rectmjuieiid it because it's good. Sold by S. W. Aiken. Pains in the chest when a person has ncold mdicalja tendency toward pneu monin A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm nnd bound on to the chest over tho sent of pnin will promptly relieve the pain and prevent the threatened nttack of pneu monia. This same treatment will cure n I n mo back Hi a few houra. Sold by all druggists. ! j i PgfgCt HCflltfl I ; Kcep tlle system in perfect O"- ' 1 3 1 I ' l:r b' tlle Occasional USC OI Tutt's LlVCr Pills. They reg- , "te the bowels anil produce ! A 7irrrrriic FtflHv V IgUrUUSs DUll. ror sick headache, malaria, bti- : Jou.sness , constipation and kin- I..,. 11. TUTT'S Liver PILLS IVAN BLAIR, Attorney at Law. Office over Citizens Bank. Oregon, Mc. Ml FOREST CITV, MO. Established 1873. Transacts a general hanking business DruftH it-suei'. good in all parts of the United htalex. Foreien drafts irsued at current rate- Deposite- received, tinvuhle on demand. U6ual rate of interest allowed wher. left for a specitied time. ItusinesH in our line rei-pectfully solic- ite.l. C. D. ZOOK, Af.llFUT KoF.CKF.K. 1'resider.t. Cas-hier G. L. Cummins, Arsibtant Cashier. mi if i ah i TM n IMMIfHMNHH Yi UM IIHT! BANKING COMPANY, OREGON, : : MISSOUUi. ESTAEMSIIEII 1871. The oldest Bank in the county. Trnn.-- acts a general banking business, inter est paid on time deposites. Drafts soid on all the principal cities of the countr; and fciurope. Havo madespecial arrange ments to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. The accounts r.f Farmers, Merchants and individuals re spectfully solicited. Special care given to any business 'ntrusted to us. 'lelephone, No. 12. Daniki. Zachman, C. J. IIcnt, President. Cashier. S. O. Zachman, Assistant Cashier. OltEGOX, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000 Transacts a general banking business Interest paid on deposits left for speci Red time. Drafts issued on principal cities, de tections made and promptly remitted. DnJEcrow: -S. F. O'Fallon. Gr- H. Allen Same! Davidson, Daniel Zach man, B. O. Cowau, It. II. Huss-el, J. A Kreek. TeJephocio, No. 43. C W LUKENS. DD S. Dental parlors oyer Moore fc Co.'e store, Oregoo, Mo. AH the latest im proved methods and appliances in utt PRICES REASONABLE 1 FRED MAEKLAHD. D. D. S. Parlors, ecstsideot square, nest dour toresidence.Oregon.Mo. Tne very latent improved methods and appliances. A work hrst class and satisfaction guar anteed. Charges reasonable. PETREE BROS., Attorneys at Law. Office over C. C. Philbrick's barber shop Oregon, Mo. WmT kaucher, j. p. Ponclnn Rnainoac a JnorIoHi UIIUIUII "" WJJI.UIUIIJ, Officeover Zaohmrra's Grocery Store . . . OKEOON.MO. "JOE'S PLACE," Vi North Secoiut St..First Door South nt l.uti'1 ST..It)SKl'II.MO. JOE OPPEX II E I M KB, Proprietor. riiiest I.Iiiuors. Choicest Clears. I rIi lien nn Tan. Cooil Tool TaWcs. 1 extenit a cnr.iiri Invitation to my many Holt couiitj faciuts i.i remember mi w lieu in thecltr di PQ A I AIICUI 1 uikbuni knuuiikin 1 L.ij!Attorney at Law, REAL ESTATE Collections and Probate Buslnsss a Specialty. G. W. MURPHY, Attorney - at - Law, CRAIG. MO.. Will urnetire in nil courts. Conimer cial business a specialty. Office over merchants A Farmers bank. J T THATCHER Al. D Iloniocopatliist and Surgeon. 70FFICE OVER MOORE & SPEMAN. SpecinI attention given to 0RIF1CIAL SURGERY and ITS RELATION TO CIMtONIC UIMKAKKS OREGON'. - - MISSOURI Telephones- Residence, 18; Office, 9. FREIGHT AND TRANSFER LINE, ALBERT TM, PROPRIETOR, Oregon, - Missouri A TEN ACRE EARM FRUIT A TRUCK Millfl n tie Coracn Kits cf Delivare. near all the hrej i-juk-ts of the ccu-ilry. only o nourj irom New Tor It i'ir Rsit Roaii. School aivlPost Office. High rollini Ucils i3 hil:s or stones, rich so:l.mi!d heaShy elinule. only short distance from sea shore, plenty cf fish in; nd hs.T'ns. StO dewn. ba'anre In small mcr.th'.r rxiTments. Send fcr cur ps fer which gives fu3 Inlor u' ax Delaware Land ond Improvement Com sariy, 1 BrosJwiy.NrwVcrltCRy. il LF forest an ml REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH I I'L'liLltiiFit wrrKi.r 1:1 w. 11. itit-11 win iik;. M' ckhi'k 1 i-rn:i u. nir hi:k i-.i.i.. k. Abstracter and NeEolialer cf Loans. Tranofers fur ihf k -Mlnik- Xnvem-b-r If. lljlW: millUMl IIEKll .I utiii.tni. iui- .ii ana ;:., k u. .1 .m.hi tntt win- 11 . ii.ttmrrv ite ne !.. tll.K-i. It VH) l.i'iv Murri-. Aw uiff in .In lloiilitz.-i'. !-i-t at- .-..r.ir !.!!. in. M.utl iikI . I.idii jii'iii .-'Hi.iiii .1:11 mi,- , M.itlni Win H W... 11.111 i.i I.S). s Mni-rvi fuck r. nenw- James s'li.tt an.t wif s-.v 10 ,u to I'has S.il.inil, , ; :t t.sOU ('has Nulaiiil ami wit. s-.v 3T.6I. 3s to .lames jvntt, -r II It Price liy i.t-n ni-tr.itor lo r Kempt. in- sw an, I n- s.-"i. K !. .IT lo) n u i rice uy a luiiu-siratar o.lno Alirkl li-t -. tils-k I-. Ori- hi ..... . , . . tiroTntt hy a.Iininistr tor to I'has A Nu-ol. ri sr nir :. I it: se mv .s;.i".. S7. St ite of Missouri to IVtrr Cllt. patent, lie M.v Is, fin. Ss rtr CI..UM pki:ii-. .'MHtl.in siiiuits :o II 1. Want. all interest se It.fii, tu . . Henry lt.is-ius an. I w lie to .lini W Muitli. hits 7. s. ii ami i. hluck 3. Martin's a.hl roniiiiir .... W A iaritiierai.il wile loj I; r.iym. ne mv iS.Z'j. as Maty K Brown ami husbaml lo.I lironn Mock SS. Forest Citv ... .. X C Wanslev to C o ft WrUht. accretion. It. ill. 411 r. i 5 1 1 I 1. 000 No- Transfers for the week ending venuier Jj. ix'3: WAKltlNTV ItKr.IiA. Siruni Cntlitli ami wif- to .1 C Arnnst.iii. eUaof Iiesesw i7.i3. ID $ 120 J C Arrmston ami w lf-to Annie Klnnlun e .l of lie se sw L?. CI, 10 V) f!eo W Uillciiwaterset al lo.I T !l-ij;hes, wi se an. I 1 1 t'i i-i -e i. v. SH. . sn II T A'-klreaiiil wile II Striekt.mil. sw nw L'l.,-...-.s . . UM rli.is W McCoy ami wife to Lewi Sniitti. in se ne.1l.i...l sm Chai S ay ami wife to Sonora ll.V.len- lieck lots 4 ami 5. block 49. .M.iiinit City X) Amanita M Miller ami hiisli.niil to Ij-vI .M Thompson, s i!e 35. C-t.S.-" . 4,i. Asa I,-iuii rl an.I wife to .Ino Iii.2lrr, ll".j.i se ne.!1.6l. .Is Ion Jnn liiizier.-iuit wife to Samuel T Ha'.lwlii s 13H t se ne .11. ill. 3s no .lamue; T Italilwin In Thus ltuckles. s l:i 1-3.1 se ne 31. ei.3 HO Transfers for the week ending Decern ber.'l, 1SS: WAKltlNTV l)KUs. flco Williams aril wile to K.I Kct 'wst. 1 4.1 in utv ne ii.iv', v Fannie I Meltz au.l liu-liau.l to S.iui Tli.nni.soii. hit 13. block I. Ctai;:- . Wm II McCiiireaiul wife to Natlian Culre.e-J ne 11, .'.9.37 .Mary Peter Kiel liiisliamt to I t" au.l Jl.riO nlirs suO I.OT0 75 fXI IJVO Mt Ur.i Cum. hit 4. 1.1..W. 37. .. . II T Alfclrv ami ami wife to I c Cum, tot 1.2I.KI.37 .. Calli Jaiiliiu ami hustiatnl to Sol liffer. tuts lf. 17. 1 ami 13. hloct 12. Malllanil . James A lll.ick an-I wife to F K Allen, nw SKX.a.i( ... Carrie K Milleraud luishana to Wm Holi- Iitzeli.l-L-u interest in ltolaml Ituruett estate. . Jncoli Cr..sli..k ami wife to C C Mwire. ialll'..61.3s ... . F. A II Mel. ran, I ami tuisbanil to W M hlni. lots .'. ami lilock si. Mnunit City. 1.125 Two INiintvd Questions All- swereil. What is the use of making a belW article than your competitor if jou can not get n better price for it? An?. As there is no ditferenoe in the price the public will buy only the better. so that while our profits may be smaller on a single sale th-v will be much greater in the aggregate. How can you get the public to know your make is the best? It both articles are brought promin ently before the public both are certain to b tried an 1 the public will very quickly pass judim-jat on th-ru ail use only th bett-ir one. This explains the larg s.ile on Charo- beilsin'.s Cjugh li-nudy. Trie people have bean usicg it f.ir years and have found that it enn always be depended upon. They may occasionally talre up with some fashionabU novelty pu"; tirth with exaggerated claims, but are cer tain to return to the one remedy that they Itnow to b reliable, and for coughs, coldt and croup there is nothing equal to Charabsrlain's Cjugh Rmedy. For sale by all druggists. There are few ailments so uncomfort able as piles but they c-n easily be cured by using 'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment. Relief follows its use, and any one suffering from piles can not af ford to neglect to give :t a trial. Price, 30 cts. in bottles, tubes 75 cts. Sold by Clark O. Proud. The Marriage Record. The following marriage licenses were issued during the month of November: Bruci-Arthur A .and Sarah D. Henry. of Xoilnwav. Xov. bv Rev. J. W. Stephenson. Bost wick .lames. W.. and Kosa F. Sells, of Craig, Xov. 21. bv W. A. Browning, T. P. Bowers Andrew .1.. of Xew Point, and Edith L. I.ippert. of Forbes. Xov. '2, by Win. Kaucher. J. P. Houston Leonard L . ami Fannie Men- denhnll. of Craig. Xov. ). bv Rev. E. F. Smith. Herman Charles. I., ami Alice Vaughn, of Oregon. Xov. !. by Rev. II. A. Saw yers. Intermit! Elmer E . of Mound City. and Gertrude Seerist. of Forest City. Xov. 11, by Rev. F. E. Smith. lones Stilitn.m I. . of Mount! City.nnd Luoy A Wallace, of Forest Citv. Xov. 2S, b F. K. Smith. Miller Lewis ami Dora Johnson, of Bigelow. N'ov.-Jl. by P. F. Lmidy.J. P. Mason Iicimailis and lb-tiii E. Mi-KN sick, of ForlK-s.Xov. 1(J. bv II T. A Ik ire. Probate .luilgi. Poiiimereiiki Wm .1.. of Lnrn.-d, Kns., ami Ernestine Fink, uf I It-twig. Xov 12', Rev. .Inliii Utsu-r. Rush Jacob and Anna Renvis, of Ore gon. .Nov. ti. I iy Lev. .1. . bti-phenson. Kunilli- Chas.,:iiul Annie ('. West, of Coming. Xov. "i, by Rev. .Ins. W. Bain. Shi-IIeiibargi-r Irn ().. and Mamli E. Evans, of Mound City. Nov. by Rev. A. J. Brock. Shields J no. S.. of.Mnitl.iml. and Anna L. Donnn, of Mound City. Xov. 17, by Rev. Henry Crampton. Tlieas Henry (J.. and Minnii M. Idek or. Oct :il. So much ilepemN tiptiu the puntv of the blood that by taking Hood's Snrsa pnrilla many iltllereiit diseases are- i.-iiiiil. Lah to b.-d and early to ns, prepares" it man for his home in tiio skica. But early to bed and a Little Early liiter.the pills thnt msliea Itfe longer nnd better and wi.er. Sold by S. W. Aiken. TO I'llliK A COM) IN (INK DAY ! ake Iix:itiv Itriiniti.OnililliM Tutitut. All ' druiwuU refund the money If It lull to cur." Holiday Excursion Bates. For the ChriotmBs and New Year Ilolidayp, all agents of the Burlington Routes will tell tickets at the rate ot one and a third fare for round .trip be tweenall stations Tickets will be sold Dec 24, 25. 26, 31,. 1393, and January 1,2, 1899, limited to return up to and including Jan. i 1899. Howard Elliott, Tj. V. Wakeley. General Manger. General Passenger Agent,. St. Louis, Mo. Vnts Hovet, Agent, Forest City, Mo.