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CSV CMflsslrr". Eoc'.lrH litaracnd IlrmJ. safc 1bt nUiUe. idic& t tomim. Mioa wiiq bra; nbt-m. ouo tnanlKc. AVrs.t irnrrr.fi ?iS..rr la Clftor far tvUnlirs, vf;oiaiais u Keller Tor l-llr. ldf. tr rrtrn- Chirk nter fcmlcalCiw.SIad!os IMom ' r ar.of.-. Drlvr. , t- . i. -t,ii'-W.i-i:rcc.f tlrlv !! r of tarri.isre-i or liar-i- !.!; ii : h sending for tho i: ! of the J-.lUhart ferriage !-". to., Idkhart. liit!. A ' . In.-. . i lie w. t . . la. . . ra.i t: . FRANK LYON, The Blacksmith, I have opened up a ship west of tin Ojiera House, Oregon. Mo., and I am prepared to do nil Winds of bl:iek-iiiith-ing. Give me a cull. PARKER'S HAIR DAl.SAft! Clean! crI l-t-&-ui.vj tse hair. Hevcr Fails to Kcrtcr? Gray Hair to Its youthful Color. Cure rs.:p d ; & ha r Jj ij. HOLD-FAST CLOTHES LINE HANGER. A new and useful ih vi.-,. nhicli en r I.miii will liay, it sold only llirouuh IihmI agent-. Simple ami stronir . cae put tip ii'ivwlc t" : sceirely holds rope ir wire . insT.ini.rijii-tiiseiii anil removal 'I line ; let props ii'-e.led. Sclls.m sight, ropulir price. Aleuts w inted every where. Kxcliislvv territnrv. ltrir'i torn rreiniiiniN anil pnlit-sli irtpir vnvoti ua;. lieoine .i"ent. Sample pair, hv u::.il. 'V. LESKO NOVELTY CO., 523 LOCESt 1. Mllelliu. Dress TQakmf. I am now prepared to do Dress Mak ing of all kinds. Have had years of ex perience, and make a specialty of CUTTING and FITTING Call nnd see me at my residence, on corner, west of opera house. MRS. F. P. LYON, OREGON, - - MISSOURI West Side Meat Market. Oregon, 3Io., G. f. BUMEfT, Prop, Kff p conMant'y tin li:m.t iln'cliuici.t inrai-. Imlli fresh mill alt; tin- litM l.tnl. ifiiili-roil hj onrsflvos. l-'n-sli fiMi at !. :.-( Iv.lrv a iwt. Cali p.iiil liir lililf.ami taiSiu. t'ni.i' ami us lor I In- lx-t tin' m.-iik-t alluiil-. ami at tin-liiac-t prlrt-i. Mrat .IrliwiiM lii:tnyp.trtil the city. Ynir-for i;u.iui-s, GEOIIUH IJUIIXHTT. Tolrplioiif. Nn. 47. Homes Wanted for Boys. I havo on hands a ntimlicr of nice hoys from onn month to ten years of ago to put out in homes. References re quired. Can bo had ly paying tranjor tation. Given one on threo months trial. David Gav, State Sup"t. S10 Olive St. St. Louis, Mo., VTK 1VII.I. OIVS: Yl" A t WATCH if vim lll -liitt niir imlilir.-ilniii iojorir fii u-1-W don't want ymi t- -i-ll tlifti .nij limn. Tin watch h niaili ii .t well-known Aiiicrit-an firm in two sizt-o. chililivii'." .mi! ailiiit-. tiii-kfl u uulil-plalnl liiiiitlns-.. .n il liiiiv en irantiM-il. Sent! 2itnt' fur lirliou! tr-. It1:iii1. at I'.tr"-. Kmv. New York City. A MARVELOUS OFFER! 25c. SUO rimtnCRlpll Yli-ltfc of tin- I'llllril Sflti-s Navy taken hy K. 1!. Hart. I". S. Naval I'lmtn crapner. ami three iiunitliN nli-iriiptnm to CiinKc'V! Hinnt' .Imiriial, Imtli for only villi. '-rp:iiil. '1 Iief art t!i liirrt jui-tnrr ltain:il)V of Kevvey. S nap'on. Si-!ili-y.Hulini. Clarke ami othf r Iippm. 1'ir luttir-lini-.. m Mfr. motiltnr. torpi'ilo !naii ain! atiil:nrv craft ami tilt" prmcipil Si.unli uar lnp. ami aie very ilirtli!. Ciiif ll.imt-.!rnirii-t! Is the brisliti'"! ami bi-l in mlhli in t!i- i-hmi-try. Itch lsm cont iitis n eopvrihli-.l -!:! music worth S-Tc to l.V. :i:t l :u each moiitliN. i'en I loilav. V w .tit to iurreas u circulation to snn.iwj ainl tlitTi ti're ni.iUc till reinarkahle oiler. Conkej"-. Hoiiic .T.uiruat. lopt. A.CIiifaso. The front cover page of Thp Desii.er for Jnnuary, ISIis effective to a high degree in drawing and cokirinsr, and is typical of the prosregsiver.es of this well-known publicatiop, whiuli is ahvays the herald of up-to date fasliiot;1; and in terests peculiarly feiniuitie. The color plates in this wsue are particularly suc cessful, as are fdso the half tones ami other blnck-nntl while illustrations, of which there is a uener'ius Fupply. The holiday ma?querader will iind original and dainty suggestions fur fancy cos tumes in the three pages devoted to the subject. Designs for pri-lty needlework, knitting, crocheting and tatting are plentiful and very attractive. Among the literary features am "A Xew Year's Ghost," a clever story which reserves its chinas to the) end, an installment of a continued story "An U warrantable Mis take," an excellent comedy. "The I!oard ing House," and the opening article- of a series, "Practical Suggestions for Femin ine Itrendwinners." ISeauty hints, llori culture and biceh suggestions, notes on new books, cookery ami household receipts nro among the interet-tini: things which till up the table of contents. Poultry Wanted ! Hens, Mms Duels, Geese and Tarte ! For which 1 will pay in ca-l.: Tnrkex-. perponr.il -- No Turkeys weighing le-s than h pounds wanted. liens, per pmiml I'e Craws to be empty . Dueks. fill! fealherei!. penlo.eii .l ni IJee-e. lull fealhi ieil. per .lozen .1 IIiMisters. per lMeii IS" I'iproiis. htiIo7.-ii - Xotice this. Sick or Unmarketable Poultry not Wanted. To be delivered at the store of R E BICKARD Forest City, Mo Friday, Saturday and Monday. .Taiiuary Vi. ami H, 1S'.)9. F. H. ROWLEY. Don't forgot the date. Don't tie them. All can get coops that call. &&&& I The Death Eoll. I ilSTt-.E. i At tkeb Jinf of Jits daitgher. Mis. .5. ; L. .!iiil.m, in .Mou ml Cityon Wedncs ! day. December 2i, Baker !!. Foster. ' Remains vrctc laid to rest in the Forest , City cemetery th; following day. Ho was 01 years of age. totte:;. William H Tolten was li.ini in Sh'-Iby county. I Hi liana. Octolier .". ISV. i-.-.iiie t--j iiissonri in HllS. tliiil DiH'ee!i. r 1-iri: aged -i:! years. - month ainl dais. Iff leaves a wife :.nd -iilH ehi dren four buys and four girN Tii" funeral sen-ices w.-rc -omltict'd by le. .1. W. Daugherty. assist' ! by Rev.lv-IK. D.-ei-tiilh-r iS. at the 4". 15. .hti.-t-h ;'i .Maitland. u:.'.sk. The citiz-nsori'orest Cit m regreatiy surprisetl on last Thursday afieruoor.. I )ecemb.-r I'I's. at abmit "tViuek. Jo l.ttrti of I he sudden l.-:tfi of T.ibias S. Lease. .Mr. Lease v.a ;l home nnd well as usual, enjoy ing the prtsm-e of his family ami reading a patter, when sud denly he pitched forward lothelloornnd iliiil after breathing but a few iinw-s. lie that! of paraUsis of th'- bmiij. On the f. .How ing day a lar,;e tiutulterof friends and relatives met at the home of the family and in a short ser vice ciinductiil by the iastor of the Metuodi.-t church. Rev. Howard L. Dav is, oilered their symiiathy to the bereaved wife and children and jaid their last tespects to the mortal remains of the deceased. Mr. Lease was born in "lain hire count. Virginia. February l! . 1"S.K and tlicti DecemierJO. Isil-S making hinili'.i years, 10 mouths and in days old. He was married to Mary .L I We. N'ovei.iber si, IS!!). To them were born nine chi!-drcn.M-vca lt'iysand two girls. Two of the children, one boy and one gill have gone on before. Mr. Lease and uifehave resided in Holt county since March, ISM. Di-ath under tiie most favorable cir ciimstance.s is sad enough and always comes more or less with a shock, but when it comes like a clap of thunder from a clear sky without any prciuoni linn of any kind.then the shock is doubly great. The bereaved family have the warm sympathy of the community. H. L. D. What li I lie Children !iinl;V Djtit g.ve th-m twi :r ci've. Have you tried the new food drink called Grain O? It is tiehcu u-i m ! nourishing -nd take.- the place of cuiIV-. The mote. Grain-O you give tlie c!n!u:e.i tl:e more health you distribute through tl.i ir -ys-cms. Grain O i-iiiao,- t purt- grains, anil when properly ii.-j. :r-d t,:.-les like Tiie choice glades of st-lTee but cost '.I as uiiicb. All gr.rf-eis -til it. Ioi'. and 2 . Many an innocent little ilariii g is mf fering untold .tguiiy and eautjot t-vjilato it" tr.i:b!f.-. Murk y-mr oi.l '"- yui toins. you may tied it trouMt-d will w.i.-tns: give its Vhit"V Cream Ver intfoge and re-lore :t to ijui-tni-.-s and health, t'ric-i't cents. Hold by Cltnl: O. I'roud. BurlinEtoit Iuiprovemciits. The extensive iiutirovenients. co.-ting over Sl.HO.O 0. which the Ihirliiiglon road has been conducting::! tjuin.'y. Ml . for a year are now rapidly Hearing coin jiletiun. The main item i-; the new wrought iteel bridgeo". ;r the Mississippi river, to take the place of one ereeti ! .'! ' years ago. over which 10 I train" pass daily, anl which will not be much longer reliable for -tich a strain. Another is a line bridge across the bay. from the foot of Broadway to the Tow Head, connect ing with the riier bridge over 1.0 M Teel. Then there is a beanliful new passenger station on the east side of Second street, between Spring and Oak.-lreet. with the most modern interior linish, which will be one of the most commodious railroad stations in the country. Xe.vt comes the new freight station, between liroadv.ay and Spreel stri'et, and between Sf-ond and Olive streets, con-tructtd on a scale large enough to meet the griming needs of the city for years tocome 1 lereafter trains will enter and leave the city on an immense loop, crossing the s:rtcts on a viaduct tiij feetabove-their surface. All the engineering work of these improve ments has been under the personal su pervision of R. J. McClure. the consult ing engineer of the system, and ha been done ill the most en-dilable man ner. After n.eals you M.oaM liave simply a feeling of comfort and t-atisfactiou. You should unt'fetd any special indications that digestion is going on. If you do, you have indigestion, which means not digestion. Tiiis may bo the b-gintnng of so many dangerous diseases, that it is best to t:ik. it in hainl at one and treat it ui'h Sliak-r Digestive Cordiid. For you know that indigesiion makes poison, whiuli closes pain aoJ nickness. And that Shaker Digestive Cor.iinl helis digestion and cures ind.gesJlun. Shaker Dige-tive Cordial duos this by providing the digestive materials in which tiie sick sloiuaeb is wanting. It alsj tones uj and strengthens lliet!. gestive oigans anil makes them per fectly healthy. Tins is the rationale of it-, method of core, a the di.vtora would 8y. S !! by drogiTi-is. jtr.- 10 cents in 0 per bull!-. Forgery Is Charged. V. U. (l'.mts) Gardncr.tlu'well known sal' suian of "tiant" made to jrdcr." who n-ii. in St. Joseph, was arrested Fri day alt . NHinin St. Joseph on thecharge of forgery ' On November Gardn-r is said to hne stolen a ciieeh fur $lSl.r.O from the tlesk of J. V. I'.rov.-n. a busi ness ninn at Phelps City, Mo. He is said to have signed Urown's name to the cheek and lo have had it eash'il at a Phelps City bank. It -eems that G.ird ner was in an ofiiec in Pheltis City when the proprietor had just mad' out a check f.r tH.".0 tiayable to a man by the name of i'roun. He laid the check down and left the ollice for a m'iment When he returned the check was gene, but he did not think Gardner wou'd take the check insomuch as it was made jiayable to another man ltut it seems that he did. and accord ing to the charges made, forged the n-tnie of lSrown to the endorsement on the back and got the mom y i it.Hhc rilT Walkuji. of Atchison county, went loKt. Joseth and l ok his uiai: back loAtehi son county, to await the action of the gmnd jury. When you ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve don't accept 3 counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of Piles being cured by this, than all nlhers combined. Sold bv S. W. Aiken. I h not to lie confounded with any of the cheap "elixirs" and "cough i syrups." Such remedies (so called) simply soothe the sufferer, j They are mere palliatives. They never touch the root of the dis ease or cure a chronic cough. Dr. Ayers Cherry Tectoral is a real remedy; it is the prescription of a practical physician, not the preparation of an irresponsible medicine maker. and all colds, couo;hs, and luno; diseases. It's a standard and a staple remedy, and should be kept on hand in every household. " .-Vhout a year ago I Iind an altack of broncliitis acoompanicd hy a dry, hacking rough This wm drvrloprd into quick consumption I h:nl licartl of the curative properties of Avcr's Clierrv Pectoral, and comnienretl leing that medicine at once. fJcforc I had taken one-third of a ho'.tlo I felt better, and in a diort time I was entirely cured." W. A COUKK, Allis, Ark 'I rauglit a had cokl uliich resulted in n-lh'.ni mi scicrc that I was threatened with MitTncatiun uiieilrvvr I attempted to lie down in hcti A friend recommending Ayvr's Ciicrry Pectoral, I began to take it, and soon ohtniiu-l relief, .'.nil tinally was com pletely cured. Since then I have ti'-ed this medicire in inv fjiuilv with great succcus for colds, roughs, and cioup S. HUTTKR, IMitor Relhit, Stern's Point, Wis. " I contractetl a severe cold which settled on my lungs and did not yield to the various remedies I tried I had noticed Ayer's Cherry Pertonl eMendirly advertised where I had traveled, and decided to give it a trial. I puril-iscd two bottles, znd before I had fmislird the iir-t one 1 was almo-t cuicd, and I am now in perfect health. My work subjects incto vtry sevtre weather, but I find that a tiaietv dose of Avcr's Clierrv Perioral acts as a preventive against rolds and roughs " til AS HULL, Whortlrr Road, London, Ont. "Pome time sime, 1 had a severe rold and rould not sleep on account of coughing A friend at Van Iiuren, Ark., recom mended Aytr's Cherry Pectoral I procured a bottle, and never had anything atford me such iji'it!. relief or a more permanent cine." J K WR1GH I", Chester, Ark. el a ux? For sale & Great Live The l-'l'OiPic Ftll'mer :i weekly Agricultural anil Live Stock Journal one di ilar a year. It is admittedly the leader of the ajjri cultural and live stock papers of the L'nitetl States. It covers t lie enl're field of agriculture, dairying, live stock breeding and live stock feeding. I J i edited for western fanners and stockmen who canyon diversified work: in (act, it is the farmer's news paper. The regular subscription price is one dollar a year: but in order that every one of our readers may get it next year, we will send it a full year with our own paper for only S1.75. This low I price may be withdrawn rnytimc; promptly. Hand in your order or 1 x The Weekly Louis 'Globe-Democrat. t. 7i Sl.OO Price One Dollar a Yr si.oo 8 Ann The WeeLlv f LOKK-DILMOCIS AT, issued in fh S1CMI WKFLY sections, is almo.-t eittial to a daily, eWSpaiDer at the price id a weekly. The two papers each week give the complete news of that week from all parts or the world. wts -Iected and arranged as to preserve the thread of events from issue to issue. The preparation of THE NEWS in this form invol ves an iaiiueiise am.iiint ol labor and expense, nnd comprises the most complete and comprehensive NEWS SERVICE of any dollar a year pub lication in the I'nited States. iT not ir the world. 5--.-5 As a Koine Journal and may be read without contamination by all the members ol any family. It contains the verv cream of current literature and .he best pictorial illustrations. Its departments devoted lo "The Home." "For Women." "Agricultural News." "The Farm. Garden and D.iirv" are each of the highest grade, nnd its MAKKET REPORTS are correct and complete inevery detail. TP q WnVfl The WeeLlv ;L0C!::-I)KM0CI:AT is a com j.Xx ci r yJi- cl i t ,.W!;jK,p,,r ireinretl and iirintitl for intelligent and th.iiightfiil people. We have conlidence in its ability to speak for its- ir. and will cheerfully mail SAMPLE COPY, free of charge, uihiii rc eeipt of retioest. Address TiUKihOnK IMMXTIM: CO.. St. Louis. 3Io. i-jt Ik-1. 11 . m The IJ.MLY ('I.O.'.i-: DKMOCRAT is without a rival in all the West, and stands at the very front among the few U1C.VLI.Y GIIKAT iievvs;iaters of the world. Dai'v. hiclmling Sunday: Daily, Witnout Sunday: Sunday Edition: 1 I One Year.... ' (I Months.... 1 :: Month-.... ,. . -; j ' '.;rAi?.i----c7-i mmmn l-ut haTe boM direct lo the cra tMEcr fi.r 25 jeu at tole sole rrices, ratio c hirn the t u;tc ir t L.-r Averts Pectoral tit ironies, by ail Druggists and General Stock Journal we request our readers to act send it to us. A Great Semi Weekly Paper. Republican in Politics. Issued in Ilichl Pali's hat h Tiiesilay Cnmi.Ufnaflif ami OUIIII -ii&onij) 1 l-'riilay Sections. SKteen I'aai livery Week. The WceMy ! L()lIC-IM'"tlO('KT is .,..1le .. .r.. it,.:iHUlt If ! lltftrlll f'lltflll. .hi 1 00 One Year SI U : :!ii to CO Pages. ,. :! (K) li Motiths; - IK) One Year r'J Oil .. 1 Ml :; Months 1 00 r. Months 1 (K) 1 i:y mail. rosTAoi: riucpAtP. ! nminaua. -- !ri-t n.lhurUif.ls'nr' At Jrti,: J AXllJWlI t -'J. ';.;'r. CLKUAr, DC. . I'A" Bronlshs9 croup, Lo Grippe, Wlnpg coiiii Iran price, soc. Dealers. 7 rry 7? a T ;ti:d:sron:- , inn-, ' - nil 1. 1 1 1 r iiangcrs r t J. -r ? ft. 'ft l.l-birthoaa almost ci - ftV . w JtP , W 1 S chil be ului tirelv avoided.'-"., v. "isv.iv Wine of Cardui- i :icS--r c 1 i c vcjc zz- 'j ,V"! ' v?S3j pcclant laetli- crs. Jt givts toncto thi'i;en it.ib.rg.ins.and nuts tii.-m ill comlUion to do their work perfectly. That makes preg nancy less painful, shortens labor nnd has.cus recovery after child-birth. It helps a woman bear strong healthy children. - S3MB13H w; ti?Ni tiit1 lias also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years. A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby. No woman should neglect to'try it for thia trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine of Cardui. t.oo per bottle. For advice !a casi3 rsqulrirr; Jr!il directions, addrt'3. civiair symptsms. the "LaJiis" dv-i--y DJpartrvr.t." The Ch3ttar.ocgi :.:edi;iss Co.. Cfca'.U neeea. Tesa. Mrs. LOUISA HALE, or jetTerson, Ga., fays: "When I flrsl look Wino of Cardcl we hail heea married three years, but could not Iiavs any children. Nina months later I had a Duo girl baby." " 1 " W .vXTF.lt -Agents for "History of the Spanis-American War." by Hon. Henry Wattorson. A complete, authentic his tory; illustrated with over 70 full pag, half tonps nnd many richly colored pic tures. L'lrgo royal octavo volum?. superb outfit, )Ostp:iid for only ."0 cenia (stamps taken. 1 Most liberal terir.s given. The greatest opportunity of the years. Address: The Werner Company Akron, Ohio. POPULAR LOW-PRICE CALI FORNIA EXCURSIONS. The Santa Fe Koute daily excursions to California in tourist sleeping cars are deservedly popular. Cars are of newest pattern and very comfortable, having every necessary convenience. These excursions are accompaned l.y Pullman conductors and porters, and are patronized by many of the best people. Low ticket rates. The Santa Fe's California line is re markably pieturositue. Its middle course across the continent avoids extremes of heat or cold. For descriptive literature, address Geo. W. Hagenbuch. P. and T. A. A. T. S. I' Tty., Kansas City, Mo. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nan always be de pended upon and is pleasant- and sate to take. Sold by nil druggists. Coughs and coulds ceme uninvited, but you can iju ckly get rid of them with a few doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Price 2Ti nnd .VI cents. Sold by Clark O. Proud. TO CUKE A COI.lt IN ONE MAY ake Laxative nrnir.o-Qtiliiuie Tablets. All driiEHlsts reliant t a- money if it falls ! cure. a rj h nr. s- Orange Blossoms. We extend hearty congratulations to Miss Anna, daughter e I. L. Blnir, of Beutoa township, w'vu was marntd on Die. 23. 1333 to Prof. G". B. Mdtni. of Virginia. One day last weekThos. Tyson board ed the train and went to Kansas City, where he was on tbo 21st inst.. at the residence of the brid. 'ioH Peery iiVv' nue, united in marriage to Mi.-s OlTutt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tyson cau.o to Mund City Saturday evening and wdl go to house keeping 10 tho nehr futuic Mr. Tyson is one of our most enlerpr.s ing citizens and we congratulate him 011 seeding tho hand of one of Kansas City'j cultivated and retined ladies. Mrs. Tyson is a si-terof Mrs. John Ken r.....i e.iv Vul-j 111311. ,'IUIIUU V 1 1 ..v - ! At the hoineof the bride's parents, J. P. Hagby and wife, Dec. 'Jith, 1SLS, by Father Knipper, Miss Hel Hagby nnd F. M. Hilgert. They will make their home in Parcell whero t!e groom is engaged in business. j We extend our heartiest cougrntula j tions to Frank Walker and Miss Hattie I Chiming, who now are husband and wife, the ceremony being taiu ut the home of the bride's parents, Jno. L Chuningand wife, of Bigelow, 00 Dec. 23th. Elder W. E. Houlton, of the Christian church at Mound City, or liciated. On December 23th, Miss Rebecca Jackson Oswald, Atchison county, and William E. Smith, of Mound City, were united in marriage at the bride's homo by Rov. L. M. Williams, of Muryville Episcopal church. When Ynu Have a Iiail Cold. You want tiie best medicine that can beobtaioed, imd mat is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. You want a remedy that will not only give ipiiuk 1 An t but effect 11 permanent cure. You want a remedy that will reheye the lungs and keep expictorntion easy. You want a remedy thai will coun teract any tendency toward pneumonia. You want . 1 remedy tint is pleasant and safe to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the 1 only medicine in u-e that meets all of these requirements-. This rtmedy is famous for its cures of bail colds throughout the United Stales and in many foreign count les. It has many rivals, but. for tna speedy and per manent cure of bad colds, stands with out.! peeraud its splendid qualities are everywhere admired and praised. For sale by all druggists. Favor Mr. Bell of Missouri. The Iowa St.ito Horticultural society indorsed Charles ISell of Hoonville, Mo., for one of the twelve Cnited States com missioners in charge of American horti cultural and agricultural interests at the Paris exposition, on benalf of the fruit growers of the central west. Presi dent McKtnley is asked to appoint him. In addition to this it may be stnted, that the State horticultural societies of Missouri nnd of Kansas havo also in dorsed Mr. Bell anil that if appointed, ho certaiuly would be the right man for tho right place. Tin: Sknti.nki. is pleased lo remark that the Iowa State Horticultural society knows a good thing when they see il. Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lumbigo. will Iind a vaiiiable remedy in liall.ird's Snow Lin.menl; it will banish pains ami subdue inflammation. Price 2.1 and ."in cents. SjM by Clark I). Proud. The sooner n cough or cold is cured without hams to the sulTerer the better Lingering colds are dangerous. Hock ing cough is distressing. One Minute Cough Cure nuickly cures it. Why suf fer when such a cough cure is within reach? U is pleasant to the taste. Sold by S. W. Aiken. REAL ESTATE IIMEO&BAPfl itisi.i-iikiJ wkkki.v nv w. 11. kii ii i:ts. oltKOON, MO. okkii m I'Staiiis in hikmooi:ki:i.ock. Al)sractor aucl Negotiator of Loaiis. Transfers for the weekending Decem ber :il. ISfS: WVIIK.VNTV OK lilts TheinasC nitier a'ltl wife In He" U Ilunielt. pt hit . hfnci; l'iire-t Cilv. t N .1 A kue atnl wife to Cora 1: Vanifainp. -elsul l(i.i.i.:s I JleleaJleKiiiiiey ami Iiusliainl In I.uUVau- iteveiiler. ",a III 1;, ia...s ."O0 .1 II Swaitanil wife tn Cuni Ihuiille. w Ji It. hits l.iaii'l :s. Muck r..a.l CnruiiiB.. .. eoo W II Keller et al I Mary Keller. let S.hli rk s,Orcsu:i .1 I. I'.allenuer and wife tn.l A Cnswell. 'sa in 11, 01. :js no .1 I.Si iiiHiliiiVer to A II SclwKir.iiver, lets 5 amlii. hluek l.KnsWiirtirsail "oriiiii.il-... ;oo Samuel i:ns.irlh t K Walter, lie lie 3:. r.:. tl -o 1" W Walter anil wile Hi Caslen lleiliii:iii,iii' lie Jil.iS. 41....- :X l"IT CLAIM IiKKIls. .IuiCAiilegateet al to Henry Vamliver..n errlina in 3. -.. "5 Overcome eyil with good. Overcome your coughs and colds with One Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneu monia, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. Sold by S. W. Aiken. Under One Flag. The sovereignty of Cuba passed from Spain to the United States at noon Sun day, January 1. I SOT. The form of the transfer was simple, consisting of only an exchange of speeches in the saloon of the palace, the hauling down of the Spanish Hag and the raising in its stead of the flag of the United States on the llagstair on the palace roof. Salutes were fired from the heavy guns of the forts and the warships before ami after tho change of ilngs.The raising of the stars and stripes was greeted with cheers by the icoplo who covered the roofs of the building around the palace and plaza. The worst after effects of InHuen.a nnse from deranged functions of the liver. CIar the blood at once with Her bine, for it will strengthen the liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary pouon?. Price .Ml cent-. Sold by Clark O. Proud. Life ir.suiance is a good thing tut health insurance, by keepinc the blood pure with Hood's Sursaparilla, is still better. When vou can not sleep for coughinu take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It always gives prompt relief. It is most excellent for colds, too, as it aids ex pectoration, relieves the lungs nnd pre vents any tendency toward pDeumoma For sale "by all druggists. NEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPRE ZE'CXEO 1SQQ The Nkw York Fv.milv Story Paper ranks highest in circulation and general esteem of all similar papers published in this country. Among its contributors, most of whom write exclusively for its columns, are: MISS LAURA JEAN LIBBEY. MRS. ALEX. MeVEIGH MILLER, MRS. E. BURKE COLLINS. MRS. CHARLOTTE M. STANLEY. MISS EVELYN MALCOLM. MRS. MARY A KIDDER, MRS. CHARLOTTE M. KINGSLEY, MISS ABI S. JACK. MAN. MRS. LILLIAN R. DRAYTON. MISS LUCY M. RUSSELL, MISS OERALD1NE FLEMING. MR. T. W.HANSHEW, MISS IIELENE HICKS, AND MANY OTHERS. THE HEW YORK FAMILY STORY PAPER isfor sale eferjiliere. Golden Hours This is the brightest and best Boys' and Girls' paper published in this coun try. Its authors are directed to write stirring, wholesome stories for the young, avoiding either extreme of Sunday-school or sensational literature. In typographi cal appearance and artistic beauty of its illustrations it ranks second to none. It also has the largest circulation of any similar paiier published in the United States. Among its brilliant stair of writers, tiiosl of whom write exclusively for it, aro: JOHN De MORGAN. W. BERT FOSTER. HARRIE IRVING HANCOCK. KIRK FALCONER. CORNELIUS SHEA. T. C. HARBAUGH, MATT J. ROYAL, "SCRIPTUS." WELD0N J. COBB, Etc.. Etc., Etc. Among itsi special departments aw "Scriptus Talks," "Golden Hours Club," "Stamp Talks. "Puzzles." "Manly Siiorts." etc. GOLDEN HOURS is for sale everywhere. TQurvroe's - Publishing - fotise, 2-1 and 2( Vamlewater St., New York. Time Table. Below will bo found the time of de partureof the passenger trains over the K. C. road and also the day freight trams. It will be seen by this time card that the B..fc.M. trains stop nt Forest City: noiNn north: No.21. Leaves Forest City at 1:5.1 p.m No.23 Leaves nt 1:10 a. 111. No.-i:! Villieca passenger, leaves nt 5:00 p. m. No. 15, B & M -Leaves Forest City nt 1:30 p. m. No. 27 Omaha passenger, leaves ut 8:15 n. in. every day. No. 91 Freight Leaves at !1:00 11. m coixc. SOUTH. No. 20 -leaves Forest City at 1:03 p. in. No. 22 Leaves at 2:50 a. ni No. 42 -St. Joseph passenger.leavee at 0:00 a.m. No. 10, B .t M -Leaves Forest City at 5:21 p. m No. 2d -Oaiaha pis.e-tg?r, leaves, nt 3:22 p. m. every day. No.'Ji -Freight -Loaves at let p. m Order of Publication. STATK OK 5llSsOfi:i. County of Holt. p In the proliate ciuirt of the County ( Hull ami State of Mis-omi, Novrmlier ailomued term. I -us. In the matter ol estate el Cha". . I M. Merreit. ilerrasml. lilies .v. l.nir.'liltn. l'ulilic Ailmiu--tratnr, in eli.irse or s;iM estate. Order ol Publication lilies A. I.-iiihliu. I'uhlie Adiniiiistiator. in charge as ailiuiiiltnitor ol tiie estate ol Chas. .1. M Sterietl. deceased, pre sents tn the court In- ielilliiii, praying lor all order lor lln sale ol so uiiieii 01 the r-al estate lit said ilet-ca-eil as will iay and sati-ly the remaining ileitis tine nv sail eiaf. and vet unpaid for want ol -iitlleieiit assets, at'eonip.ililed hy Hie ai eouats. lists and inven tories reniiireit hv l.iwin such ca-e:on examina tion wherenl it Is ordered that all persons Inler-e-ted in the estate ol said deceased he untifli'i! thataiilic-atiou as aforesaid liaslieeiiii!ad?jiiid that unless Hie contrary he shown on or hefore the lirst il.iv of lie.' lii't I el in of this court, to he held "oil tiie Ir.th tlay of IV hruary 110xt.au order will He nude lor inesaie 01 me wniiie. or si much of the real estate f said deceased as will he sufficient for the pavint'iit of said delds; and ir is further ordered thai tiiis nut Ire he milt IMml 111 suae liewsi.iier III Ihiscnuiity fnrfour weeks iieiore me nei icrin 01 mis court. STATKor MISSOI KI.I ('aiitv ol Holt. s -I. Il-nry T. Alkire. .Iiitlse of the Probate Courl.williiii and for said eiiiintv.liereliv certlly that theahove Is a true copy of the original or der of iiiihlit-ntion therein relrrred to. as 1 lie same appears of record in my ofllce. Witness mv hand as jiidseaml ihesealof -K vi. our said court. Done al mv ollU'e in Orrgnn 111 said cn'iiity. this ?Mi day of lleeelnher. A. It.. INi. 1IKNUY T. AI.KIRK. .ludse I I'rohate Court. t(i)ruir(tiri.'iiriiiiritYm"riirriiriri 0 CTYLI3H. RELIABLE 5 5 ARTISTIC- ; : Recommended by Leading Si . Dressmakers. f :j They Always Please.-. S; MS CALL BAZAR. TTE! : NONE BETTER AT AW I'KICl-: . i I. il . - - - - - - J. -aw - .... .it- - I Vaj p.i .--.-.-. i THE AlcCALL COMPANY, i 13810 U6W. Hlh r e!. '.tr. Yr" z im in - : ;S i'j nillt Ate., v. i; r-I . ;S 10.1 V'url.jt ct.. -jr. 1 rj-1 . . i V cr Si?:- .V ASAGAZINE ;I llrizhtest Mjgsins lu! . ! V jr,' - I'- u rM 1 -si I -T Ts 1.. 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These are also the trains from St. Louis, St. Joseph nnd Kansas City for all travel via the Burlington's short Northwest Main Line, to Montana, Washington, Tacomn, Seattle, etc. Howwun Et.t.uiTT. L. W. Wakelky. Gen. Manager, Gen. Pass. Agt.. St. Joseph. Mo. St. Louis, Mo. OWN A TEN ACRE FARM FRUIT & TRUCK iaths Car Jen State cl Delaware, neir all the lirgs . . , . t: 1 1.. f.'V..L, t-,cir i.'t.i rcca-js, rr.w sou rui kji rn.i h1vJ3.no hills or itcne:. rich cod.miy heanh rlun. t-i calvsSortdisHrxefromEa shore, plenty cf f-' ird riufin'. 510 ten. tVanre in small njonth.j pa- --I5. ' Send fcr cur pirnrwhsihEi'esfu.. a.e-E-i" -1. I)tUiire lind und Impritvemf nt Cm saa: .'il v!v. !'-" v ,l The Independent. New York. CHANGE 0F?ORM REDUCTION IN PRICE. Semi-Centennial Year. THE INDEPENDENT emphasizes its Fiftieth Year by changing its form to that of a Magazine, and by reducing its annual subscription price from $3 to $2; single copies from ten to five cents. It will maintain its reputation as the Leading Weekly Newspaper of the World. THE INDEPENDENT in its new form will print :i,040 pages of reading matter tier year at a cost to subscribers of S2 00, while the prominent magazines, which sell for Sl.tO a year, print only about 2.0UI pages. The subscriber to THE INDEPENDENT get- 81 per cent more of equally good reading mat ter at one-half tho cost. Only $2.00 per year, or at that rate for tny part of a year. Send postal card tor free specimen copy. THE INDEPENDENT, i: Fulton St., N. Y. Oregon Protective Association. Meets the lirst Saturday afternoon in each month at 2:30 o'clqok, at the ollice of R. C. Benton. S. M. Stoct, Secretary. Christian Church Directory ot Forest City. W. If. HARDMAjr, PASTOR. Sunday school every Sundny, at 9:30 a. m. Preaching on the first and third Sun days in each mouth. 11 a. m., and even ing. Y. P. S. C. E. everv Sunday evening at 0:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Friday evening nt 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. Christian Church Directory of New Point. If. P. TANDY, PASTOK. Sunday school every Sunday, nt 9:30 a. ni. Preaching on the first Sunday in each month, 11 a. 111., and evening. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sunday evening at 0:30 o'clock. All nre cordially invited to attend. German 31. 12. Church Directory P.F.V. JOHN I.AUEK, PASTOR. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday from 10:45 A. M. Preaching every Sunday nt the Noda waychurch at2:30i. it. Everybody cordially invited to nttend above services. 31. 12. Church Directory. 1IKNKV CKAMlTON, l'ASTOK. Sunday school every Sabbath, at 9:30 A. M. Preaching every Sabbath, at 10:15. a. m., nnd nt 7:30 e. m. Class meeting at 11:45. Prayer meeting every Thursday, at 8:00, p. m. Business 111 tf ting of the officio, board the third Moncny of each month, at 7:30, p. M. Epworth Leijue Sundny at 7:00 p. m Presbyterian Church Directory If. A. SAVVY KKS, PASTOR. Sabbath school at 0:30 every Sabbath. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sabbath evening one hour beforo preaching. Prayer meeting every Ihursiluy even ing at 7:30 p. m. Preaching every Sabbath morning anil evening by tho pastor. Everybody cordially inviteu to attend nbove services. Christian Church Directory. CLYDE I1AKSIK, PASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday, nt9:45 A. M. Preaching on the second and fourth Sundaysin ench month, 11 a. m., and evening. Preaching on the first nnd third Sundny b in each montn. 1 . P. b. C. E. every Sunday evening nt 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Thursdayeven- ing at 8 o'clock. Meeting of tho official board every fourth Sundny nt 3 p. m. All are cordiallv invited tonttend. Kvanprclical Church Directory. RF.V. J. W. KEISF.R. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Yellow .lauiidice Cured. t:!T....;,. I.nmnniti' nhnuid bo SUD- pb'ed with every me'ins possible for its relief. It is with pleasure we publish the following: 'This is ti certify that I was a terrible sullerer irom leuow lonnili.-f. for over six months, and wns iroiml hv pome rf the best physicians in our city nnd nil to no avail. Dr. Bell our druggist, recomn.ended Electric Bitters; and after taking two bottles, I no v take great pleasure in recommend ing them to anv person suffering from this ternnie maiauv. 1 am greaieiuny yours M. A. Hogarlv. Lexington. Ky." Sold hy Clark O. Proud'a druggist.