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(hi mil VOLUME XXXVI. OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY. JULY 27. 1900. NUMBER lO. Deering Ideal Mower with Roller and Ball Bearings. Judge O'Fallon will sjienk at Edger ton, Platto county, August 18th. Time Table. Below will bo found the time or do parturonf tho passenger trains over tha K. C. road anil nlso tho day freight trains. It will ho seen by thin time c.ird .brown's. Remember tho Gold Modal Contest, 3 Wednesday evening: admission lOcts. BLUE RIBBON GOODS. Jimmio Bueher is about to inako some substantial improvements to his 51 ihni tlio M.tminsstop at Forest Ci it. noiNr; south: No.21. LeavesForest Cit v at 2:2$ p.m No. 2:1 Loaves at 1:21 a. m. No. i:i Villisca residence. There will bo a iramo ol base hall between Oregon and Fillmoro Tuesday .luly:il.l!)0e. MARK i:I7 p. 111. Tho Dwring Ideal Mower, tho lightest draft mower made. We naiuo n few farmers that an useing ihem: Thos. S. Bragg, Jarab Buchcr, Geo. Stephenson, August Wcigel, Wm. Opel, Lin M. Derr, Kohl. Kiu-:il. II. Vandervecrnntl many others. Wo Bold S last year, 10 tho year licforc: tho Deering Mowers and Binders are in tin, lead even where. KRDUCED IMMOES on Screen Doors, Refrigerators, Gasoline Stoves, leu Cream Freezers; now "is your limn to buy this clues of goods, wo aro going to make them go if low priees will do it. "Good Goods at Reasonable Prices" is our motto. Phono. No. GO. Moore It Want your trade. Our stock is the largest, assortment the best, prices right Wo handle everything in Grocery, Queensware, Confections, Woodenware. Rope and Canned Goods, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses. Fruit Jars. Wo handle, ns much FLOUR as all other merchants in Oregon.allof KUNKKlS ItKANHS and that Taney FKACOCK FLOUK. Wo meet or beat any Oregon price. Orders Solicited. Goods Delivered I co Cream and Cold l)rinl;F. Agonts Woolf Bros. I-uiudy Co. MOORE & KREEK, Phone 7. Miss Garrio VanBuakirk is visiting relatives in Nebraska. See Medallion Portraits, Celoron Panels, new enlargements, buttons for at Zook's gallery. Union service will bo in the Evan gelical church, Sabbath evening. Elder Maupin is the preacher. Joseph Flory, tho Republican candi date for governor, has announced that he will beat Craig on August 23d. A. M. Welch, of Warrensburg. has been visiting with his uncle, G. II. Price and other relatives, tho past week. Riley Iluiatt is building a neat ten ant house on his farm in tho Culp dis , trick Bob Frederick is doing tho work. Mr. Bloomer, tho photographer, has j had to postpono his engagement at New Point, owing to rush of business at tin wti.i, iuu. 11 i.ii-ii .wvu ... Mrs. Susannah Wickersham and grandson, Charlie Wickersham, were the guests of her son, Elmer, at Camp Re creation, near Phelps City, Atchison county, this week. Tho citizens or Grant City will tender the delegates from the first senatorial district, a reception on the nt'anintr lmrnra thn convention. .Tulv Tit). The convention convenes in Grant City, I Tuesday. July .11, and all ilelegates aro , requested to try and arrivo in uraiu Citp, Monday evening, July 30? on tho C:2Ti train from tho south. Miss Lizzie Gillenwater met with an unfortunate and painful accident Tues day evening of this week. While feeding chickens sho stepped on a nail which penetrated tho solo of her shoo and entered her foot, making a severo and painful wound, but sho is now gotting along all right, and no serious results aro apprehended. Clark Proud has returned from Southern Kansas, where ho had been looking after his interests in Sumner county, near Riverdalo. Ho has some 1,200 acres in that county, 801) or which was in wheat, from which there will be threshed 1(5.000 bushels. Mr Proud has contracted his share of fi.000 bushels at sixty cents. Ho also has about 300 acres in barley, rye and oats. Hois very much pleased with his returns this year. BEfilOH'S CORNER. If you want o loan on real estate at the lowest rates don't fail to see me. Also Fire Insurance on live stock and farm property specialty. Real Estate OREGON. T. L. PMCE, Ercek OREGON, MO. "Mngnetic Healing" payp, becaure it cures. Thomas Kyger has returned from a business trip to Pittsburg, Kansas. Henry Chappelear has returned from his Colorado trip, much improved. For Sale Desirablo residence prop erty. For further information call on Dobyns & Curry. Ruddy Harvester Machino Oil at 33c a gallon. Black Oil 20c a gallon at T. S. Ilindo.fcSon. Jack Castle left Wednesday of this week for Savannah, whero ho will cap in tho canning factory, this season. Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry re pairing. Caukv E. Bunkkk, Oregon, Mo. Johnnio Higgens, of Mound City, fell from tho merry-go-round last Satur day and was quite badly hurt, though not seriously. White Cloud, Kas., Globe. Rev. II. Fiegenbanm and daughter. Mary, of St. Joseph, were visiting with tho families of George Hornccker and Oliver Botkin, near New Point, last week. M. S. Bonham and wife, of Camer on, this state, were hero this week, visit ing their nephdw and niece, James Wickersham and Mrs. William McKis sick. Mr. Bonham says it has been very dry in his locality, no rain having fell for six weeks, until last week. A mortgage for $l,t0,000 was placet! on record this week, by Recorder Weller given by tho Missouri & Kansas tele phono Company. The trust was in pamphlet form and covered orty pages. It required $1525 in revenue stamps and tho fees for recording amounttd to S'.liiO. It is tho largest trust wo believe over tiled in tho county. Tho following cards and letters re main unclaimed in tho postoffice at Ore gon, Mo , for the week ending July 27, 1!KXJ: J. r . Urulgemon, Treas. (card), W. II. Entorlino (card), W. A. Parsley, (card), Andrew Plathcr, Jesse Reynolds, Annie Talbot, ElzySipes, B. F. Winslow (rani), and Jno. Winslow (card.) Please ask for "advertised" canls and letters when calling for these. Ollice hours from 7:33 a. m., to 7:30 p. in. Thomas Cuirr.v. P. M. and Insurance, MISSOURI. Hardware, Oregon. Mo. Base ball at ballpark Tuesday Julv .11, l!HXt. - Mrs. Emma Harris is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Roy Clailioriic. in St. Joseph. - George llogrefe and wife attended the l-iko Contrary fliautauqua one day last week. Iewis Shutts. of ITppcr Holt, was visiting his fatlior,Unele Samuel Shutls, this week. - Lewis I. Moore was in attendance at tho grocers' convention and pienir. in St. Joseph, this week. Born, to Amos McDonald anil wife, Tuesday, July 21. 1!KX), a tine girl, Dr. Thatcher in attendance. Attend the Gold Medal Contest at the Presbyterian church, next Wodnes day night, Aug. 1st. Admission, lOets. All fomalo diseases can hociind without tho hep of instruments, ores posure. bv thn "Magnetic Treatments" given by W. L. Willis. An extra lino selection of Watches Rings, Sterling Silver Novelties and everything needed in the Jewelrv line at Caukv K. Ri-nkkk's, Oregon, Mo. Misses Carrie Lee Carter and Roena Shaner will be in attendance throughout tho W. V. T. U. institute: they are both lecturers and organizers for the W. C.T. U. Make arrangements to attend every session. - The will of Elisha P. Allen was pro bated Monday of this week. It is dated January 13. 1S97, and witnessed by C. J. Hunt nnd Jonas Watson Sr. He leaves all his property to his wife Anna M. Allen, and names her as executrix. D. A. Gclvin lost nnother or his tine Jersey cows this week, making two with in the past few months. There seems to be no good reason for them to die be ing in excellent condition, and in two or three days they die. Maitland News payer. Mr. W. W. Butts, who has been in Denver for the past year in business, in n communication to a friend says, that Bryanism is dead in Colorado the chan ces aro tho stale will go Republican. Mr. Butts is a Democrat, but is con vinced that the west will no longer be for Bryan. Gcorgo K. Clark made us a present of a lino tomato last week, that is a world beater for maturing early. The name is "ponderosn."' It was 1(5 inches in cir cumference and weight l'.-J jiounds. Tho plants were raised by J. N. Zachm,n. florist. Tho Tomato is almost solid meat only a fow seeds to each tomato, mak ing tho seeds very expensive. Meat light purple. The namo signifies large, and the tomato is very smooth and firm. They mature by July 1st, and are extra heavy bearers, almost double other varieties. DENTIST J. c East Side Square, Powell Building, OREGON, MISSOURI Ollico Hours: 8:00 to 11:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. in. 1:00 While V. S. Melntyro was doctor ing n steer first of the week, the steer kicked at him, upset a can of carbolic acid nnd dashed tho acid on Mr. Meln tyre's faco. The acid burned Mr. Meln tyro above tho eyes and over tho face quito seriouply.liut luckily his eyes were closed quick enough to save them. He had another vessel containing grease to place over tho animal to prevent too much burning. This grease ho im mediately applied to his face.thus check ing the "dreadful work which carbolic acid is capable of doing. When last heard from Mr. Mclntyre's face was considerably inflamed and swollen, but no serious results were feared. Mait land Herald. Tho great Terry's Uncle Tom's Cab in phow has come ard gone. They show ed in Coggon Tuesday evening to a crowded pavilion, fully eighteen hun dred being present. Uncle Tom,s Cabin is an old drama, but it never seems thrcadbaro when nlaycd as it was here. I It seems almost impossible that they could carry across tlio country such an outfit as they do, theirscenery and other stage equipments being equal to what might be expected in many first-class theaters. Tho actors, from little Eva to Undo Tom, all played their parts to perfection. The wholn company is a genteel lot or people that will always make friends wherever they go. The Coggon Monitor.- At Oregon. Friday, August 3. Remember tho date. Why Not Got the benefit or the McKinlcy Good Times. Go to PETREE JJROS and change your 8 per cent loan to 5 per cent. LISTEN TO George l Socman. lie tries to be nice anil quiet, but his prices on Gro ceries ate an Tul noisey all goods marked in plain fig ures, and at prices so low they will astonish you. lie carries only the best in Staple and Fancy Groceries. Canned Goods. Flour, Etc. lie makes a specialty of keeping his goods fresh and clean. ( in and see him and liud out how far a dollar will go. Orders Solicited. Free and prompt delivery. Phono M. Geo. F. Seeman THE GKOCHK, Oregon, Mo. Oregon vs. Fillmore Tuesday J lily :tl, 11HKI. Joseph Fitts. ot White Cloud, was in town, Wednesday of this week. Bout VnnDerveer anil his nephew, of Ohio, were visiting in Kansas City, this week. Mrs. Sallio McKinney is hero on her annual vacation, and Hjicnding tho time at tho home of Dr. Thatcher. - Bynl Foster anil wife, of Maitland, were down, this week, tho guests of his parents, J. M. Foster and wife. W. L. Willis, tho "Magnetic Heal er," has located Just across tho street from Dr. Thntcher's residence. Call nnd see him. B. F. Rostock, who is attending the ological college at Evanston, Illinois, is at home for a vacation. This is Frank's first visit home in six years. Miss Carrie Leo Carter will lecture at tho M. E. church next Thursday night. Miss Carter is a speaker of national reputation: do not fail to hear her. Tho members of the Medal Contest class are requested to meet at tho homo of Miss OUie Carroll, next door to tho Presbyterian church, next Wednesday evening at 7:30sharp. Dr. Baker, of the Wesleyan college at Cameron, occupied tho pulpit at the union services held at tho Christian church Sunday evening. Wo hear his sermon highly spoken of, as also the music rendered at this sctvicc. Rev. Seelig was in bed, sick lastSat urday, but by Sabbath was better.attend mg the Presbyterian church in the morning, and preaching tho sermon. It was a splendid address suited to all in ! the largo congregation, but cspccially i the young jeopIc. Rev Sawyers baptized one 'little one in connection with tho service. , Mr. Adrian Pinkston, wife and son, Louie, left Wednesday morning for a pleasure outing in the mountains of ' Colorado. This triji was designed spec I ially for Mr. Pinkston who has not enjoy I ed tho best of health for several months. , They go first to Pueblo and from there to other places of interest, and will re turn homo by way of Denver. Skid moro Standard. ' Terry's Uncle Tom's Cabin show that appeared here Tuesday is all right. Our pcoplo turned out 1,200 strong and all were highly pleased with the manner in which they presented this old and ' always popular drama. Tho street ' parade was good and last, but not least, tho concert was grand in fact, Terry has a good little show and the people ' need not be a f rain or getting humbugged . when Terry billsatown. LoneTree(Ia.) Reporter. At Oregon, Friday, August .. Don't forget tho date. The Chautauqua Association desires to thank nil persons who attended the first assembly and promiso them an entertainment next year which will far exceed tho first attempt. Next year the ' meeting will bo held in tho month of August so as to give all the farming community on both sides of tho river an opportunity to attend. This year the ) association owes n largo amount or gratitude Tor theirsuccess to Holt county. ' Mo., also to our sister city, Highland and . other neighboring towns who so nobly I stood by ih. White Cloud. Kas. GloI. ! "WHAT SHALL OUR BOYS ' DO for LIVING?" i IIY CIIAUI.FS F. WIXdATK. This book ranked .'list in the TIMES' List of Fifty Best Books selected by 11C Librarians. Three Editions have been sold. Many business men have distributed copies among their clerks. Copies sent free on I1 application. Price One Dollar. The Doubleday .fcMcCluro Co., Union Square, New York. Ruddy Harvester Machine Oil at .lie a gallon, mack Oil -On a gallon at T.S. Ilindo & Son. Stella Morris who underwent an operation for appendicitis, some two weeks ago, is slowly improving. R. C. Benton, agent for the Con necticut insurance company settled with Mrs. Jennio Foster, Wednesday of this week, paving her 8-500 insurance in full, for her house, which was destroyed by llro in horestCity a few weeks ago. Andy Tocliterman and Russcl aro as happy as two souls can be. Andy has a daughter and Russel has a sister and Mrs. Tocllternian has tho sweetest baby in town. Dr. Eva'S is responsible for this ptiiry.the event oecuiing July 21, litOO. - There will be a W.O.T. U. lecture in tho Presbyterian church. New Point. I uepday evening, .Inly .;i. at Hp. in. Fverybody invited to attend. Remember the date and hour. Mrs. Schaner, who is to deliver tho lecture, conn's highly recommended. Wo have talked personally to s-jveral men or intelligence who have travelled evtensively in the west, and it is the general opinion, that tho west is for ex pausion, and that Hi to 1 is dead. If this is true, and it is surely is. Bryanism ran not bo much alive. Mr. Garland Foster, of near Forest City, who recently died, was a member of Forest City camp. M. W. A. Ho car ried 2.000 insurance, with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Foster, as his b?nelieiar. One day last week, just twelve days after the proofs of his death had been sent in and verified, sho received her voucher for the full amount. Mrs. M. K. Stine, who has been with us for so long, conducting a dres cut ting cchool, will shortly take herdepart uro for Pawnee, Nnb. Wo regret to loso Mrs. Stine and her interesting family. Her business has been n successful ono we believe, which she has conducted in a highly satisfactory manner to all with whom she has dono business. We trust her business may bo as successful in her newlv chosen field as here. Missouri Apples Win. L. A. Goodman, secretary of the Mis souri State Horticultural society, has received a very congratulatory letter from William A. Taylor, of Washington, D. C, who is acting pomologist in the department of agricultural. Tho Mis souri exhibit took first prize in the tern-1 jKirary competition of Juno 2i at the Paris exiiosition. This is the fourth lirst prize won by tho Missouri society. In addition to tho award to the so ciety, specimens of all varieties included in the society collection were also in cluded in tho general collection or ap ples or tho United States or the crop or IS'.O, whiofi consisted in this competition or 10 varieties, representing 1 1 stales. This was also awarded a first prize by the jury. Oregon Gun Club Shoot. Following is the score or the Oregon Gun Club shoot: Carson. ...1 11 0 111 110 111111 1 1 0 1 1 1 I 1 1-22. Burrier... .10 0 I 1 I 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 0-10. Marsh.....0000100 1 1 1 1 00 100 liiooin i-i:j. Rostock. ..1 101 1 0 10 10 100010 010000 0 00-0. (iallaher..O 0 0 10 10 0 11 10 1 10 1 0 1111011 1 U- Roecker...010l I 1 10 I 1 01 1 1 00 0 I 0 0 1 1 1 1 0-1.",. Bunker. ...01 0000 0 000000000 0 10 10 1 000-4. Watson... .0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 1(10 0-8. Not a member. The Weather. Corroded weekly by William Knucher Justice ot tho Peaco, Oregon, Mo. I'KKCI CITATION-. Rain MAXiMli". minimum. Full. Snow. Julv 10- " 12 70 .70 20 77 02 .70 21 SI fiS 22 87 02 21 so t:: .lii 21 70 OS .17 &"i &" 02 20 01 Total rainraliror July thus far 10.! inches. The normal for tho month is 1.10 inches. Last year it reached 8.01 inches or nearly double tho normal. Tho greatest amount that ever fell hero in July was 12.21 inches in 1S07. This year surpasses any other and may exceed that. Tho greatest fall in 21 hours in tho month was over tho 28 and 20 in 1800 Tho amount was 1.18 inches. The condition of tho dry region in tee west and northwosst has improved materially within tho past week. Notice. I will sell at private sale my house hold ollocts, consisting of cupboard, dishes, bedding, heating stove, cook stove, cooking utensils, fruit jars, biil stead, and also have an organ, EarlulT make, good as new, will sell cheap or trade for hogs. One hair milo south of Oregon. Ix. Hokkm NN. NEW TAILOR SHOP, j. H. KNOTH. fflEqciHiT Oregon, Mo. Mr. Knoth has opened up his shop in the building, ono door west of Kreek Bros., Store. Ho solicits your trade, guaranteeing satisfaction in every par ticular. ' This Trade Best Quality. 5 ami tened Same quality. We still have a few piir of Oxrords in Dora Cooper brand that we will close at 7."c. Also a few pair in Mascot, 70e. Last, but not least, a full line or tho Avenue $l.r0 Oxrord S1.2."i. Remember tlio price must clo-e these Ox fords out. First comes lirst served. Wo aro still cutting prices on all sum mer goods, they must bo moved ta make room for fall gixuls. li. S. KEKVES, ABSTRACTS OF TITLE To I Iolt county lands anil town by PETREJl. BROS., OREGON, - - Wc have purchased the abstracts compiled by Gouv. Morris, since owned by A. VanlJuskirk and stracts of title to any lands or town notice. When in need of any thing in that line call on or write us. We want your business. PETREE BROS., Up Stairs in VanBiiskirk liuildinsr, OREGON, : : MISSOURI. Bert Lynch has returned from his Kansas trip. Harry Akhurstand wife weroguests at tho C.'D. Zook homo over Sunday. Miss Lillian Kunz has returned Iroin a pleasant visit in Missouri Valley, Iowa. Preaching at Woodville. Sabbath alternoon at, ?0 o'clock, by Rev. Henry A. Sawyers. Buy a bale ot that fine oats straw at tho New Feed Store and quit sleeping on bed slats. Mrs. J. A. Reese, or St. Joseph, is visiting her parents, Andrew Burrinr and wife, of this city. L. J. Hall, assistant state suierin tendant or schools, visited tho institute Monday, and gave them an interesting talk. Profs. Gallahcr and Buster took in the Lake Contrary Chautauqua ono day last week. Both sieak well of tho pro gram. -Mrs. Josio King and daughter, Mildred, returned to their homo in Mait land, Tuesday of this week, after a visit ot several weeks with her parent, August Bcrre3 nnd wire, or this cily. Good Enough Is the leading riding plow the market. SOLD BY ISCHULTE BROS., Indicates Gent's Crome Calf is some th:ng new to yon, but has . been tried and found not(h7 PA wanting in quality ijO. JV Gent's Vici Kid of the finest quality and latest sty le.Noue Better tallies' Rainay Day Booties, high in top, !) 10 inches, thick ex !,$2.50 cole, military hoi $2.50 in n-gnlar top. A Iso same in welt 0 These three shoes are leaders in style and Oregon, Mo. lots promptly and accuratclj made - MISSOURI are prepared to furnish ab lots in Holt county on short Mrs. Neva Nicholson, and littlo ones, arter a two week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Nellie Morris, returned to her homo in Omaha, this week. Miss Martha Petreo will leach in Midland college. Atchison, Kmsas, the coining year. Tho board will find her a strong, capable teacher. Wjf. Findloy, M. D., reports the birth oran eight-pound boy to Edward D. Housoworth and wite, near Now Point, Saturday, July 21, 1900. And still they come: Dr. B. B. Sim mons announces the arrival of a bustin' big "girl baby, weighing 11 pounds,ntthe home of A. T. Robertson, July 21, UAH). Bill Dcrr shipped fivo car loads of hogs Monday and Tuesday of this week, and fast weeR shipped twefvn car loads Thus far this month ho has shipped 2o car loads. There will be communion scrvicesat tho Presbyterian church in New Point, on next Sabbath morning at It o'clock, and union services at tho Christian church in the ovening. Hugh Brohan nnd wife, of Nodaway township, aro rejoicing over tho arrival of a twc!ve-iouid girl at their home, July 20, I'.HMl. Tho little Miss was intro duced by Dr. Thatcher. Sulky Plow m- :2t p. in. No. 27 Omaha passenger, leaves at :2.'l a. 111. every day. No.01 Freight Lxarp at !:2. u. ni tiOINR south. No.20 -Leaves ForestCity ntl2:.i2 p. No. 22 Lenves at 2:1S a. in No. 10 St.JoSOtlll Iiassant'nr lanvnc nl . 1 ........ ..V 0:2.1 a. m. No. 10, B .t M Loaves Forest City nt :13 p. m No. 2(5 Omaha nnssfli.ier. lanmo nt S:22 r. m. everv dav. Nn.02 Freight - Leaver at 3:2." p.m No. II-II.UI-L?nvee nt C:l. a. 111. BEST TRAINS Nebraska, Colorado, Montana, Black Hills, Utah, California, Puget Sound, Chicago and St. Louis. KESTIBUlfD THROUGH TRAINS, SLEEPERS, DINING MRS, CHAIR MRS (rare), li ELLIOT MARSHALL, Oiv.PMS.AT,ST.JOSErH,Mq HOWARD ELLIOTT, CCK-L MGR ST. JOSEPH. MO W. WAKCLEY. CEN'L PASS. ACT, ST. LOUIS. MP VINP:H0VEV. Agent, Forest City, Mo. Special Reduced Rates By the Burlington system nro announ ced as follows: Annual Encampment U. A. U., at Chicago, Aug. 27. One Tare round trip. Date of pale, August 23 to 20th. Final limit, Sept. Ut, by deposit Sept. .".0th. Special Excursions to Denver, Color ado Springs, I'ueblo, Glen wood Springe, Ogden, Salt Lake City nnd the Black Hi!!?. One rare p!us 2.00. Date or sale from Missouri Biver pointp, June 21 July 7 to 10 inclusive; July 18 nnd Aug. 2. Finol limit, October 31. HomeSeekers' Excursions to the west ern nnd northwestern country including Colorado Points,Butte,Spokane.Tacomn, Seattle and Portland. One fare plus 82.00. Dates of sale, June 10, July A, and 17; August 7 nnd 21. Limit HI days from date of sale. Summer rates. Dates of sale, until Sept. 30. Final limit October 31. Special Minnesoln Excursions from St. Joseph. Bate one fnro plus 2.00 fur round trip. Sale June 21, July 7 to 10 inclusive: July IS, August 2. Finnl limit October 31. L. W. Wakklev, General Passenger Agent. Visb Hovf.y, Local Agent, Forest City, Mo. Richvillc. Kev. Fawks, of Forest City, nill preach at BichvilIe,SuniIay,JuIy 20. Owing to so much rain in the past week small grain is in very bad condi tion. Mrs. Elsie Mclntyrc is spending this week in Andrew county, with rela tives. Mrs. Lora Policy and Miss Cirrio Amos, or St. Joseph, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Opel this week. Mrs. E. S. Cropp was calling upon Mrs. Ida Cropp, of Nodaway, who starts for Fredricksburg Vu., next Monday. Little Mearl StalTonl, died at the home of his parents in Uichville, Jiily IO, at the age of one year, 7 months. 10 days. Menrl was a very bright little loy, being nt the ngo that makes the life of thn home. Ho was laid to ret in the Fillmore cemetery. Funeral servici-s by Kov. Clark. Ah.vik. REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH rUltl.l.HIIKI WKKKI.V 11V IT, II l:ll'IIAIIIS. OUKiiON. l. OFFH'K Ifl'STAIHX I.N HIK .MOOKK I'.UM'K. Abstracter awl Negotiator of Loans. Transfers for the week ending July 21 ltMiO: WAKKANTV l)KKIS. Chas Adkins to Elizabeth and Jno J Adkins, n2 nw 23, 03. Hi S1.3HI Tims M Hunter and wife to Chas Mi:Clandish,Hw2l ft lots 17 and 18, block 11, Craig 7U Herman Bln.cr and wife to Frank M Blazer, sw 10, , 37 0,IK 0 WARRANTED skitix For all Reapers and Mowers 25 FOR $1.75 Other makes at Ii-sr price. NEUDORFF Hardware Co. HIS. Fourth. St, Joseph, Mo To Whom It May Concern. About eight months ago, I wan strick en down with smothering rpells; the Doctor's gave mo medicine for my heart, and constitution in general, but I failed to get any permanent relief until about threo weeks ngo I commenced to tnke treatments or W. L. Willis, the "Mag netic Healer," and I feel that 1 am about well again. SFgned, Mia. Lizzie Stitii. IS .