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OREGON, MISSOURI. TERMS:. 1. 56 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE DOBYNS & CURRY, Publishers Issued Every Friday. Friday. .January 1 8. 10O1. j SWEET CHERUBS. The Sentinel' Record of Births for the year 100O. It it a welt known fact that the births of male children slightly exceed those) of female children. This used to lie, re garded as a special providence lo pro-' vide against the greater per cent of i casualties among the males, but at ! present we believe science is at sea so f sr as explanation of the fact goes. In ar i a , m . Massacnusens mere nas long been a demand for knowledge of the way to in crease greatly the percent ace of men or to reduce that ot women. But in all these cases it has been an approxima tion toward the ideal condition that was desired, and not the ideal that was known. Only Mrs. Stanford, by some new ac cidental calculus, has figured out to a cipher the proper number of women in an ideal community, and explains that this number is 500. Her reason for drawing the line there is that her hus band wished Stanford university to be a school for men. How the pretence of 500 women would leave Stanford a uni versity for men, while GOO women would destroy its character, is too much for masculine reasoning. As has been our custom for years, we give our readers an annual roster of the births occuring in our county. With the exception of 1897, the year just closed hss a record of the largest num ber since and in ending 1895. In 1897 there were 284, and in 1900 there were 385. Since this period of comparison the births have nearly doubled the deaths, and in 1900 there were six pairs of twins born, while in 1896 there were five. Births Deaths Twins 1896 161 85 Opair 1886 225 116 opair 1897 284 132 1 pair 1898 198 123 2 pair 1899 210 165 2 pair 1900 265 106 6 pair Total.. .1,343 Twins during the 727 16 year just closed to the homos of: Elmer Cartwright, girls. Columbus Scboonover, girls. N. Larison, girls. James Noland, girls. H. B. Mann, boys. Wade HcMurray, boys. The largest number of-births were re ported for October, 32; the smallest number occurred in December, 15. The largest number of boys were born in April and July, 1C each; and the saullest number in February, May, Aug ust and November, 9 each. The monthly record of births for the year show these facta: Boys. Girls. Total. January... February.. March April May Jane , July August.... September. October.... November. December. . 11... 12 23 9 18 10... 13 23 16... 12 28 9... 13 22 14... 7 21 16... 9 23 9... 10 19 14... 8 22 14.... 18 32 9... 8 17 11... 4 15 Total 142 123 265 The greatest number of girls born was is October, 18; and the least in J une, 7. The division of the sexes for the past several years has been: Girls. Boys. 1895 71 90 1896 81 144 1897 141 143 1898 82 116 1899 100 110 1900 123 142 Total 598 745 There were five months during the year that the girls outnumbered the boys, but they lost ther "grip," and the boys came in on the borne stretch the easy winners, by a score of 141 to 123. The average annual births of boys since 1895, has been 223, and girls 122. The record alsoshows another re markable incident Since 1895, the births have almost doubled the death list, it being a total of 1343 births to 727 deaths, and in no year daring that time have the deaths equalled or exceeded the births. Below is the record of births for the year 1900, and it is possible, nay prob able, that there may be some we have no record of, but it isbecHUse they have not come to us through the usual chan nels: A ah worth, Jno and wife. May 20, girl. Acton, Frank and wife, Aug 27, girl. Alkire, J E and wife, August 23, girl. Able, John and wife, August 23, boy. Adams, W C. and wife, Sept 8, girl. Adams, Doc and wife, Sept 28, boy. Arnold, Norm and wife, Oct 5, girl. Bennett Chas W and wire, Feb 10, son. Banker, C E and wife, Feb 10, son. Bronk, Wm and wife, March 3, girl. B rooky A J and wife, April 8, son, Bridgeman R B and wife, April 16, son. Ball Jno and wife, April 28, girl. Black, Ben and wife, June 2, son. Bowers, G D and wife, June 20, son. Branson, and wife, June 11, girl. Brinsler, Silas snd wife, June ID, son. Baker, Harley and wife, June 23, girl. Burnett, Fred and wife, July 9, sod. Bennett, C E and wife, July 30, boy. Bunts, D H and wife, August 12, girl. Benton, R C and wife. Sept 4, boy. Butler, Lester and wife, Sept 3, girl. Braner, Chris and wife, Oct 31, boy. Bradley, G H and wife, Oct 17, girl. Boring, Norm and wife, Oct 23, girl. DkWitt, Ia. Pepsin Strop Co. Gents: I cannot recommend Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin too highly. It has been a great benefit to me. Very truly. Rat Bccklkv. Sold by T. S. Hinde & Son. The merited reputation for curing piles, sores and skin diseases acquired by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, has led to the making of worthless counterfeits. Be sure to get only DeWitt's Salve. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Beal, Wm and wife. Nov 3, girl. Benedict, Frank and wife, Nov 20, son. Brumbaugh M W and wife, Dec 3 boy. Buckniinidter, Eugene and wife, Dec 25. boy. Christian, and wife, Jan 28, girl. Colwell, Hugh and wife, Feb 11, sor. Crosen, J U and wife, March 11, son. Cordrey, James and wife, April 9, girl. Callow, Robert and wife. May II, girl. Carson. W II and wife, May 10, girl. Chambers, Ed and wife, June 27, son. Cook, Andy and wife, July 28, girl. Cartwright, Elmer and wife, July 30, twin girls. Cline, M H and wife, July 30, girl. Crider, Arm and wife, August 24, bey. Cozard, David and wife, S-pt I girl. Cooksey, Alex and wire, Sept 6, son. Crannel, Thad and wife, Sept 13, Ixjy. Cook, James and wife, Oct 2, son. Conley, Joseph and wife, Oct 10, boy. Crist, John and wife, Oct 22, girl. Cain, Tuos atid wife, Nov 5, boy. Curnutt, Wm und wife, Dec 2, boy. Dysart, Reed and wife, Jan 8, girl. Dobyns, C N and wife, Jan 23, son. Davis, Jeny and wife, Feb 27, girl. Donovan, George and wife, April 0, girl. Dunn, Haze and wife, June 24, ton. Drake, Simeon and wife, July 23, son. Donahue, Robert and wife. August 27, son. Dilla, Frank and wife, Oct 16, son. Dankers, 1 S and wife, Nov 24, son. Dankers, A O and wife, Nov 14, girl. DeBord, It R and wife, Dei: 29. girl. uozier, Ail ana wife, .Unrcn 55J, eon Everett, T F and wife, Feb 15, girl. Eckley, Chas and wire, April 30, son. Elder, David and wife, June 12, son. Everhart, Delos and wife, June 26, son Evans. Wm and wife, Oct 21, girl. Eley, David and wife, Dec 6, girl. Fuhnnan, Ed and wife, Jan 21, girl. Frazer, Andrew aod wife, Feb 10, girl. Ford, Jno and wife, Feb 24, girl. Flinn, P M and wife, April 16, son. Foster, Jas A and wife, Dec 16, son. Graham, Joe and wire, Feb 12, girl. Gun, E T and wife, Man;h 11, girl. Graham, Dan and wire, March 17 son. Grimes, Dan and wire, March 17, boy. Greiner, Wm and wire, April 6, boy. Garrett, Joseph and wife, April 17 son. Guthrie, Jno and wife, May 29, girl. Greiner, Jno and wife, May 31, boy. Green, Ed and wife, June 9, son. Gipson, W E and wife, July 11, son. Gillis, Thos and.wife, Oct 31, girL Gorman, Jno and wife, Oct 28, boy. Groh, Frank and wife, Dec 1, boy. Gentry, John and wire, Dec 9, boy. Habn R A and wire, Jan 28, girl. Hood, II and wire, April 23, son. Hathorn, Ike aod wire, April 30, girl. Uilgert, Frank and wife. May 6, son. Hanna, Chas and wife. May 4, son. Harrington, Ed and wife, May 2, boy. Harmes, Henry and wire. May 11, boy. Hamm, Wea and wire, June 5, girl. Heitz, Luke and wire, Dec 14, girl. Hatch, Robert and wire, Dec 21, boy. Hunter, O A and wire, Dec 26, girl. Hiatt, Jas T and wire, July 20, girl. Harmon, Chas and wire, Aug 4, boy. Huntsman, Warren and wire, Aug 3, son. Hadden, B F and wire. Sept 15, son. Homecker, Ed and wire. Sept 18, boy. Johnson, Habby and wire, April 24, girl. Judy, S E and wire, May 14, girl. Johnstun, Byron and wire, June 25, gfrl. Knight, W M and wire, Feb 22, girl. Kreek, Harry and wire, Oct 31, son. Kershaw, Fred and wire, Mch 29, son. Kennish, Jas and wire, April 6, son. Kennedy, Curt and whe, May 24, girl. Killion, JaB and wife. Mar 28, girl. Kane, Leo and wife, June 14, boy. Kurtz, Jake and wife, July 8, girl. Kurtz, Dan and wise, July 12, son. Kern, Ed and wire, July 13, son. Kline, Peter and wire, July 30, girl. Kaltenbach. E and wife, Sept 18, son. Kelley, Jas W and wife, Oct 11, boy. Lawrence, Ed -and wife, March 31, son. Lane, Jno and wife, August 23, girl. Larison, N and wife, Oct 1, twin girls: Likes, Chet and wife, Oct 8, son. Mavity, Jas and wife, Jan I, girl. Morgan, A L and wife, Jan 17, girl. Myer, James and wife, Feb 27, girl. Markt, Will and wife, March 10, girl. Moser, Will and wire, March 17, girl. Markt, Phil and wire, March 20, girl. Murphy, Luther and wire, April 9.girl. Markt, Jno and wire, April 25, girl. Murphy, Jno and wire, April 16, son. Martin, Russand wire, May 5, girl. Mann, Jno and wire, July 19, girl. Meyer, Sol and wire, August 4, girl. .Jains, J II and wire, August 29, girl. Markt, O A and wire, August 26, boy. Miller, Wm and wire, August 22, girl. Mitchell A J and wire, Sept 12, girl. Markt, Ed and wire Sept 8, boy. Murray, Geo R and wire, Sept 19, boy. Mann, H B and wife, Oct 15, twin boys. Mathews, Sterling and wife, Oct 21, girl. Morgan, Frank and wife, Oct 28, boy. Morse, Chas and wife, Oct 25, girl. Martin, W Tand wife, Nov 12, girl. Matthews, Roy and wire, Nov 26, boy. Messick, Wm and wire, Dec 12, boy. Meyers, Henry and wire, Dec 29, boy. McAfee, Andrew and wire, Jan 6, girl. McMurray, Wade and wire, April 25, twin boys. McMullen, Jno and wire. May 21, girl. McDonald. Amos and wire, July 24, girl. McCowan, Albert and wife, Aug 7, son. McDonald, Herbert and wire, Aug 11, girl. McDennot, Dennis ml wife, Aug 11, girl. McKee, Bert and wife, Aug 13, son. Mcllugh, Jas and wife. Sept 3, girl. McKinney, G F and wife, Sept 20, girl. McDaniel, Frank and wire. Sept 30, girl. McNulty, Al and wire, Sept 29, boy. Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadness and sorrow because or the death of a loved one from a neglected cold. Hal lard's Horehound Syrup is the great cure for ciughs, colds and all pulmonary ailments. Price 23 and 50 cents For sale by J. C. Philbriek. The Mother's Favorite. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the mother's favorite. It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures. It is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and is the- best medicine made for these diseases. There is not the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may lie given as confidently to a babe as to an adult. For sale by C. O. Proud. Nute. Chas and wife, March 11, girl. Nodloxh, Henry and wife. April 24. son Neiffer, Aug and wife, May 1, girl. Noland, Joseph and wife, July 29, boy. Narens, Chas and wire, Aug 18, son. Noland, Jas and wife, Oct 31, twin girls. Norris, Gus and wife, Dec 10, son. Oyerly, O E and wire. Sept 10, boy. Pebley, Tom and wire, Jan 20, son. Patterson, Bailey aod wire, Jan 31, son. Philbriek, Jno and wife, Feb 18, boy. Prinderville, R M and wire, March 8, girl. Pollock, Jno M and wife, March 23, boy. Prussman, Ed and wife, March 17, girl. Planalp, N L and wife, April 1, son. Plumtuer, Fred and wife, April 16, girl. Potter, Jake and wife, May 12, girl. Poynter, Jas H and wife. May 19, girl. Patterson, Jas aod wife, July 30, girl Peret, Chas and wife, Sept 24, son. Praisewater, Jno and wife, Oct 31, girl. Praisewater, B F aod wife, Dec 8, girl Payne, William and wire, Aug 8, son Patterson, W L and wife, Sept 16, boy, Privitt, J W and wire, Sept 12, son. Rozelle, Bert and wire, Jan 13, girl. Rowlett, Henry and wile, Jan 24, son. Richardson, W E and wire, Jan 28. son. Rabel, Henry and wire, March31, girl. Rundle, Chas and wife, April 2, girl Robimon, Harry and wife, April 1, girl. Reynolds, Wm and wife, April 17, son. Rankin, Wm and wife, June 23, girl Record, Spencer and wife, June 10, son. Ruth, Obe and wife, June 19, boy. Rush, Jake and wife, June 23, girL Robinson, A T and wife, July 24, girl. Rozell, W B and wire, October 1, son. Ramsay, Perry and wife, Oct 3, son. Randies, Chas and wife. Nov 5, boy. Smith, Wesley and wife, Jan 11, girl. Scbmutzer, Andy and wife, Feb 12, son Smith, W. J and wife, Feb 27, boy. Smith, John and wife, March 6, son. Smith, J W and wire, March 26, girl. Stout, F L and wire, April 3, boy. Sipes. Peter Jr and wife, April 11, boy. Smith, B P and wire, April 7, girl. Schultz, S J and wire. May 15, son. Simmons, Oliver ana wire, June 27, boy. Storey, Mat and wire, June 25, girl. Skeeles, Geo and wire, July 2, son. Shunk, Wm and wire, July 3, girl. Schoonover, Columbus, and wire, July 10, twio girls. Smith, Silas and wire, July 29, son. Smith, James and wffe.July 29, son. Smith, Chas C'and wife, Sept 7, girl. Shaylor, Wm and wife, Oct 23, girl. Stockwell, J R and wife, Oct 23, boy, Sloniker, Alex'and wife, Nov 5, girL Schulte, Levi and wire, Nov 11, twin girls. Slickman, Henry and wile, Nov 22, girl. Stubbs. W E and wire, Nov 15, girl. Smith, E W and wire, Nov 29, girl. Thomas, Elza and wire, Jan 8, girl. Thompson, Leslie and wile, Jan 26, son. Thompson, Jno and wire, Feb 5, boy Thompson, W S and wire, March 16, girl. Tochterman, Andy and wire, July 24, girl. Taylor, Hand and wire, Aug 31, girl. Thompson, J D and wire, Oct 5, eon. Thatcher, J T and wire, Nov 10, son. Teare, Tom and wire, Dec 30, son. Ulsh, A J and wire, May 22, son. Vandrventer, Oscar and wire, Feb 20, son. Wella, C F and wire, Jan 22, son. Williams, Frank and wire, Jan 15, son. Williams, F L and wire, Jan 22, boy. Wright, Carl and wife, Jan 28, girl. Weasel, Mike'and wife, Feb 14, son. Walker, Frank and wife. Feb 19, girl. Walter. Len and wife, Feb 23, son. Walker, Proband wife, March 6, girl. Wilson, David and wire, March 16, girl. Walker, James and wife, April 8, girl. Wilson, Fin and wife. May 10, boy. Ward, Jake and wife, May 13, boy. Young, Isaac and wife, Jan 13, son. Varyan, W F and wire, Jan 29, son. Younts, D W and wire, Fjb 6, son. Zachman, Jno and wire, July II, girl Zeigler, S and wire, Oct 1 gir'. Zachman, Wes and wife, Nov 13, boy. .Jell-O, The New Drsserf, pleases all the family. Four tlamri-:-Lemon, Orange, Raspberry nnd Straw berry. At your grocer. 10 cts. Try it to-day. Wanted Agents for "History of the Watterson. A complete, authentic his tory; illustrated wtli over 76 full page, half tones and many richly colored pic 'cures. Large royal octavo volume superb outfit, postpaid for only 50 cent (stamps taken.) Most liberal term a atria rypsUen by Hon.War,"anis-An-given. The greatest opportunity of tii years. Address: The Werner Compan) Akron, Ohio. Qurrai Saves a 1'lihrrmaii. Queen Anialie of Portugal while at a seaside resort near Lisbon lately saw a fisherman's boat capsize and swam to the rescue. Two sailors with great difficulty bronght the queen and the fisherman ashore. Little Chronicle. Herbine should be used to enrich and purify the blood: it cures all forms or blood disorders, is especially userul in fevers, skin eruptions, boils, pimples, blackheads, scrofula, salt rheum and ev ery form of blood impurity: it is a rafe and effectual cure. Price, 50 rents. For sale by J. C. Philbriek. $1000 GIVEN AWAY BaltaMa aa mugtOe mum or mJ fteU, ars waste teerrrr torn to rqnMini tlien 0STHI.Y. -Assertcs". eraat FaatUy Srwwitay rtm I.fcer Ma-talyjf ? f-MWtoa. rial ftae safer, srtsa labaanUM ottot la esters, aa tatmataaB suaaarri at tk aattr. ABtaaaartkantwlMlvacetTammark 1 iii-iiI ral aai TWtt Aaeata an saM Mactal ttttsa wss ars taa greatest ker at aaaacxta. Mas. BearssarUcalara. ksbkkt eirjarsn mm, Iieiaer BaSas Kaw Terk Pep-in preparations often fail to re. lieve indigestion because they can di gest only albuminous foods. There is one preparation that digest all classes ot food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It cures the worst cases of in Ji gestion and gives instant' relief, for it digests what you eat C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Secret of Beauty is health. The secret of health is the power to digest and assim ilate a proper quanity of food. This can never be done when the liver does not act it's part. Doyouknowthis? Tutt s Liver Puis are an abso lute cure for sick headache, dys pepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, torpid liver, piles jaundice, bilious fever, bilious ness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills MISUSE THEIR JEWELRY. A Dealer Declares Thai Woari III' Trrat Their RlDga ia Watches. Women, a certain jeweler declares. Ill-treat their rings to about filename extent that they do their watches, and are, herefore, really ht to possess neither. Of courxe. it doesn't injure a ring to put it on a cold marble slab at night. nor to drop it occasionally to the brick pavement, but it does ruin the settings of the jewels, he says, to have a tignt ploe pulled on over them. Yet there is hardly a member of the sex. unless the wears so many finger ornaments' that it's impossible to get a glove over them, who does not subject them to Mich evere treatment, and wonders ami mourns when she loses a stone she values. One voting woman always ties her rin:.r til) in the corner of her handker -li:ef when she puts on her gloves, and tl.en tuck.- her handkerchief tip her s.eee. and she considered this a very rood way until she lost the niouehoir with it contents of four the other day. when she began to believe she'd lieen a little thoughtless with her treasures. savs the Kansas City Journal. It is said by the porters of sleeping cars and the matrons of the variom public places, however, that fewer rings are left now on washstands than was the ease a few years ago, and thia is probably because a large proportion of womankind seems to have made it s rule o keep such ornaments in their. mout... while they bathe their hands A woman with a mouthful of jewel! isn't a beautiful sight, but she's an il lustration of a certain sort of care, and it is a very refreshing one. when one considers the number who are forever having to advertise some valuable mis laid through their own carelessness. DEAD TO HER FAMILY. Hlch-Castr Hindoo Ulrl Who Was Ostracised Became She Becasae a Chrlatlaa. A young Hindoo girl, a convert to Methodism, has been on a visit to Bos ton during the past few weeks. Her name is Sooboon again Ammal. which is shortened to Sooboo for purposes ot friendlv conversation, says an eastern contemporary. Sooboo is particularly interesting from the fact that she belongs to a high-caste family a caste deemed m perior in India to ordinary mortal as soi-iation. The girl heard the mission preachers at first with contempt, but she ended by running away from her aristocratic home to the mission and said she had become a Christian. In leaving her gods behind her she left also her jewels. Kirst the angry and desperate father came to the mission and threatened tc put Soohoo's new friends in jail for kid naping. The girl was produced and elected to stay where she was. Tha father went away littering the final word. "Outcast! which is a sentence of "death." Hut soon the broken-hearted mother, who never goes forth and whose visit to the mission was contamination, came and pleaded with Sooboo to re turn to the home of those who had reared her and had loved her. The girl deeiared her love for her mother, but refused to go back. Then came fu ncral services, as of one dead. The mother, called "accursed" because of her vMt to the mission, could not be present, but walked 1,000 miles to the river danges and held mourning serv ice mere. Then she came home and walled up the door of Sooboo's room. UNIQUE SUIT FOR DAMAGES. Water Company Asked to Pay Be came It Coald Hot Eztla aralah a Fire. A lawsuit, unique in the jurispru dence of the state of California, is now on trial at Ikiah. The citv of Ukiah. says a San Francisco exchange. nns sued tne local .waterworks -company for a loss of $370.75 by reason of a lire which could not be extinguished oecnuse there was no water in the hydrants. The waterworks system of the place consists of a pumping plant on the hank of the Russian river, by which the water is raised to a reservoir on the side of the, moun tain, from which it is distributed by natural pressure. Fire hydrants are located at all the prominent corners. On the night of the fire In question the agent of the water company had shut off the water in order to stop the .practice of irrigating private lawns in the night time. Bv reason of this a man had to run a half mile to the reservoir to turn on the water. The delay was fatal, as the block in which the fire originated was almost completely destroyed. Then the citv made a demand niton the company lor the loss sustained by the citr prntterty. The demand was refused on the ground that the water com pany is not an insurer against fire. The prosecution holds, however, that under the terms of its franchise the water company is liound to maintain St all times a sufficient pressure of wa ter for all purposes, of course includ ing the extinguishment of conflagra tions. Should the city "win the case all the other losers by the same fire will have a cause of action. Kaakr aa a Rat Catcher. One of the men employed at the zoological gardens in Xew York has a black snake that has the run of his house. It has the reputation of being the best rat catcher in the entire borough of the Ilronx. It is also a family pet. Food Valae of Flah. Fish has very high food value; In fact, is very nearly as nutritious as chicken or turkey. The fragile babe and the growing child are strengthened by White's Cream Vermifuge. It destroys worms, gets digestion at work, and so rebuilds the body; Price 25 cents. For sale by J. C. Philbriek. Marion. Ed. Homecker was a Fillmore vis itor Thursday. A. Bowers was trading in Xeiv Point, Wednesday. Fred Kraemer and wife were trad ing in Oregon, Wednesday. T. H. .Reynolds made a business trip to New Point, Thursday. The young people had a skating party on Mr. O'Hara's lake, Monday night. Many of the young people attended literary exercises at Richvill. Friday night. John Oppenlander has lieen hauling logs to the saw mill near New Point this week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Homecker, and Mr. aod Mrs. J. C. Planalp, visited at Ed. Horoecker's Tuesday. There will be an oyster supper at the school house Saturday night, Jan 26. Proceeds to purchase more books for library. There was a large crowd, much in terest, and a good time at the spelling school Thursday night Ida Lentz spelled " 'em down." cThts season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles. Prompt action will save the little ones from these terrible diseases. We Know or nothing to certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure. It can al o be relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung trouble of adults. Pleasant to take. C. O Proud and S. W. Aiken. A Wide-Awake and Handsome Pa per. The New York Tribune has produced id its In-Weekly edition a newspaper which is certainly attracting the atten tion of intell gent readers far and wide. Within the past 10 or l.i years pictures have gained a large place among the contents of many newspapers. In some cases they are inserted merely to amuse, The Tribune employs pictures in i sound and sensible (although most en tertaining) way, as legitimate illustra tions of the news, by means of which it gives a vivid idea of many things which could not be described in words. The Tribune also prints spirited cartoons. many of which are capital hits on iwli tics and politicians. We doubt if there is a better or handsomer general news and family paper in the United -States than the New York Tii Weekly Tribune, and it is of interest to remark that that newspaper has increased eight times in its circulation within the past tear. The Tribune hhs a consistent record aa the particular champion of thriving home industries, settlement of the pub lic lands and protection to American business interests, and is always an in teresting and readable publication. No printed matter of any kind can be taken into the family, for general reading, of any higher value than The Tribune. It is an inspiration to the young, a reliance to the mature, a source of entertainment and instruction to all. It keeps pace with the times, and in the second half century of its existence is as young and fresh in spirit as it was back in the early forties. (See Prospectus in anoth er column.) CUBES BLOOD POISON. Scrofula, Ulcers, Old Sores, Bone Pains Trial Treatment Free. 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T the East: Chicago and St. Louis, greatly improved trains in time and equipment. T the North: Best trains daily to Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapolis and the Lake Region. Jons DkWitt, L. W. Wakelrt. D. P. A., Gen. Pass. Agt., St. Joseph. Mo. St. Louis. Mo Vine Hotrt, Ag'L, Forest City, Mo. Why Suffer With Bnrkarhc? I have suffered several years with backache, and after taking one bottle of Smith's Sure Kidney Cure, I have been cured. 8ince then I have not been troubled with my back. Too much can. not be said in its praise. Capt. W m.Forrest, 7' - Memnhis. Tenn. rrioeSO $0l' For b' CUrk -Proud. -u inconvenience or aeitnnon irom ouunts. BLOOD POISON in all VAR I COCE LE mml in 7 days. Hydrocele in 3 day. Stricture cured without operation, painful or too fre-iuen. urine cured. Medicine sent under cover, letters answered In plain -nve!ope. Strictly private an 1 confidential. frj tjlf Al CU '"siuentof thoChicaeo Medical Institute, was ll b J W l i - r la formerly Cbicaicu leulinu specialist, is a grad uate of Rush and Bennett Meji.-.u Jolleej. and was formerly lr-i.lent f St. Anthony Hospital. CONSULTATION FREE at ofli-s- or by letter. Offl.e Hours: From 10 a.m. to 8:15 v. nu Sunday tuoruins from 1I:0U to li:au. CHICAGO MEDICAL. INXS-riTTJ-TE, 518 Francis St.. ST. JOSEPH. MISSOURI. WHERE DiRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES. GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP SAPOLIO POPULAR PU8UCAT.8NS-P0PM PrMt THE has for r.(T.-lr sWtr jears been recognizt-U U lv;ile-a Na tional c fjKijfc.T. for farmers and wliasera. Its splendid AKticultural Depart ment, its rtl.able market re r;rts. recognized authority throughout the country: its fuashlon notes. Its Science an I WEEKLY Mechanics Department. Its fascinating short storieii. etc.. etc.. render it Indtsnensable in -TBtlDllalf every family, llrsular anlt- I niDWIlC acrlptlon iirlee. Sl.OO per j ear. In connection with The Tribune we offer to those wh0 desire to secure the 1 " ; r -Z -illustrated weeklies and agricultural journals, the following splendid inducesitnu : Korth American Rexlcvr. Sew York City. . . . Harper's Musraslne. Sew York City........ Harper's Itaaar. .New York City Harper'a Weekly. New York City Century MaKualar. er York City......... St. Mcbolaa .Mnenxlne. New York City MeClnre'a MnitHXine. Ness- York City. ....... Krnnk Lealle'a Monthly, Ness- York City.... Mnnsry'a .Mnsnslne, Nesr lark City. ....... Slnreem, Nesr York City................... Ledger Mouthls. Nets- Vork City 1'urk. Nesr York City JndKr. Nesr York City I.eafle'a Weekly. Nesr Vork City Iter lew of Iteriessa. Nrtv lark City....... Serlbaer'a Mnparlnc. Nesr York City...... Amerlean AirrleultnrlHt. Nesr York City.... It urn I New Yorker. New York City. ........ Coamopolltnn Mnicaslne, Irvlna;ton. N. Y... Country tientlesnan. Albany. N. Y. ......... Farm Jonrnnl. l'nllndelnhla. 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It cinl:tin4 al I important for -Hmi cable news which nnpea r h IiiTIIK DAILY Tlllltl: N K of same date, alu liomestl e a n il Korclini Torre -)Oiidence,Shrirt Stories. Elecant half-tone Illus trations. Hum orous Items, industrial infor mation. Fashion Notes. Agricult NEW- YORK- Tri-Weekly ural Matters! andConiprelien "ive'aiHl rella -able Fihanna I and Market re lorl. Regular snb-M-rintinn price . I.'iO per year. We furnWi it with THE SKX NKI. for t.'.r.O year. TRIBUNE Send all orders to THE at our KDecial Is the trreatert so any W wheel I raadetoseenra ImmnJrnvoB maMUtt nrilalfl If WM HClsl MMEM We do not mannfartare sbs caeap depart- WHCNr HHILELvtl nxnt store kind or wbeeHsoxfc as saury new concerns and big supply homes adrertloe and sell as high grade. Wa can fnrnlaa them. pvneciiy amusoro. howerer. atso torTstrinprd: r J9.7i to Slivi complete. We do not guarantee nor rscora. mend them. TiEroRK I'KIIKIIIXU a blrrrle of any one elae. no matter who or how cheap, write mm and let u. tell too how mnch we can save yoo on the same machine. If you limai C tm IIV ahrt lenmoMpntoEARX A MICVCLE bydkv m mch town fortius in -c. V.ehatev;vfr.lhK-dn.t"F.feM HA l WIIEEttt Uken In trade which we t.lllrleo'jtatt'iS10c-r!i: rl-o.m.lrp rnai.''i 'II It IIEI.IAIllI.rl V ll::;-i--ts. .. r.e nfrr t.. SJIrodco-l!"TH-. Wei illx?n T I-ll,'"' rvr - e .f f . .-) fV f"V"C-5- 5 5 The Weekly 5. BEST S ALWAYS REPUBLICAN Political Weekly IX THE UNITED STATES 5 8 5 ALWAYS AMERICAN r L I The Weekly Inter Ocean . i. news and high-grade current literature. A Few of Its Excellent 2 Able Editoriais on Live Topics, w Well-Written, Original Stories. Answers to Queries on all subjects. 'X Ksenv on neaitn. The Inter Ocean is a member of and the Associated Press, givine lutely unsurpassetl in the world. $1.00 Fifty-Two Papers of Twelve Larae Paet As much good reading as a larife magazine. Daily Inter Ocean, $4- per year! Whosoever has suffeKd from piles j knows how painful and troublesome they are. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint-1 mentis guaranteed to cure piles. Price SO cents in bottles. Tultes, 75 cents, For aale by J. C. Philbriek, s 5 Heryoos Debility! Weakness of Hen! STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, BLOOD POISON nJ all Chronic. Mood, Nervoui. I'malraml Skin Uivasnof bothatxe. cured warn others rail. Book for Mtn Mir. FREE at afjea. or arat sraled for 4 cents in stamps. Pro at aaa Pornaatat Carts taajsatui to Mta in all forms of weakness, lost manhood, oerrousnrs. des pondtacy unfttnM fnr Iwn ! n. nr nirriti?. Mt K.lr Hftimain I. symptom manic o. 1 ror men: No. 3 for ttaires entirely cum! and remoTed from the sTStem. published on ilonJay, V." day and Frliiiy. I z. c-: up to date dad? r.-r.".: threo days la te v.-ot. tl Important nccj of i-c four das. i'.-fc NEW YORK TRI tratcd. and HUtd tr.t:i :-' WEEKLY Ins readlns To.- all :U v keep la close Io-si'a TRIBUNE Ue.:: price, 9iu Rccular Y."lth WeeUr Tjl . price Y ribi . " One Year. One Yr. -- - V; KS.OO ".'. . - 4.M 4.t 1 . 4.M !.: t" . 4.IMI 4.l: - 4.UO 4.IK !... :t,ot :m: :-". . 1.IKI l-tt . l.OU 1-. . l.oo iuxa ; . I. IN 1.1 It 1.7." . l.UO It 1.75 . S.MO 5.M . S.IMI S.OO ."i.." . 4.IM 4.(; -J--. J . i9i .r-t ::. i r. . run :t-vi . LOU 1.23 J"-T . l.Ott lS l.'." . uon ! I-').' . sam ir.oj : so i-- . 3.00 :um . 1.73 - so i.uo . 1.IM) 1.5 . l.ou i.: . i.oo l.o: i - . l.oo l.i". 3- jui i.vtt Mi i.m -.. .aa i.uo f.t. -Mi i.oo i.-; jut !.); i.r.r. jmi .: i .." ti JiO 1.4iO i.-v . iat i.,v above publications in connecter TRIBUNE. New-York Citr 3-Ita FAULT NEWSPAPER. Published on Thursday, and NEW Known lor near ly sixty tears In every part of the United States as a National Fain lly Newspaper ot me mines class, for farm ers. It contain all the most Im nortaiit general news of THE YORK DAILY TRIB I'NKupto hour l co in it ro press, an Aim cultural Depart me n t of the hlzhest order haaentertalninz reading f or eerv member wf the family old and Tonne. WEEKLY Market Reports which are ac - cented as a u thor.lt T by farmers and country iner- rhants. and Is clean, np to date, interesting and instructive. Regular sub TRIBUNE scription price 11.00 per year. We furnish It with Til K 8EN- TlXKI. for SlJjO lr year. SENTINEL, Oregon, Mo. SHTROSE BICYCLEK8EE i-uair-oTaltoToaraildress MIFJfMrJ A CEKTM ADVAMCF. EjHJ US TOOK UHULH, statevbeUKryctiirMiijdT'sornianV lieel; irfi.. color. Iieiitht of frame and gear wanted aul 1IU' Ll. SHIP . .... ..-... . i'. . , jvu m iiiK-raie a. u ex amine 11 tulljr hrfore you accept 1U If It Is not all and more t: an we claim for It, and a better wheel than you can art for any where r.i ar the price from any oaa el-e. refu-e U and we will pay alt eiprew chaisea m mi vm fa MaBmarvnBWuaa?' m. a. . 'Arrnt'i ubitiI. nrir nr TKs3W banratn j on the market, andyou need not arret It nor rar a iryou do not und it as we represent. We are EXCLl SI VE ajCYCLZ i JIA t'FACTf RKRM and take this method or quickly Introdaclaa- aava awLU. Tht offeror a asmrJawlieel at this low priests altfllf K A9C AT Tin each town to represeataa IKUlUBDnieni uvrurew. hum agar lui. BCIMHIT1bbVC m.9Zoratliieh;laalca.aiaek. I arrUHrllMl I IVHws Sheltir sramlesi tabhsr with form m Itloos, Ihua Joint, tmprored expander desire to fasten asat Boat and handlebar; KnjalArcnrrownt the celebrated Vasla hobs and ftttasrr tbe easiest nnnlna; known: Keesrd -A- Ure. the 6rsx and on ot the ufnim incnwKn. iiwivunBtsfsairrailwaa timlti ami arrprrftrles the hrrt ntitslnahu- KnuMlwlin I black, maroon or coach sreen. highly tabbed and ornamented i special flnbbed nickeling on all brtjrht parts. We thoroughly test esenr plena of material that goes into thia machine. Gar Miillea rial's a aai astes a as a wun earn ncyrie. CKC ear one sending the lsVMeesh In full with order sre fl rHEC send free a genuine Bsraiek 10. ta, rolls barrel pattern cyek meters or a high grade floor pump. Tour money all bark If you are nos e a?l i.tr!. eryclwnn. rrucl tt.f I'-vjilm Utt. a.y or I.-. Nl!-ei.-i . t... i niYr-nrevnr - - c.1r fi f 1 ! t l tstittlt'r rtf-w.lf Inter Ocean $1 .00 IVr Year 'IZlfrTEl j .... j- . . i Literary Featyres Are: Articles on Homo Topics, on New llrvnbe n.t nn W 1. .1 L' and Garden ... Hl.ll VJli ..VIA i ii 1 1 u x a I 111 Also Short Stories of City Life, of Army idle, of Lile Everywhere. the LarTan News Bureau a news riervice that is abso- t $1,001 Oaily and Sunday, $6 per yr$ The most soothing, healing and anti- septic application ever devised is De- Witt's Witch Haiel Salve. It relieves at once and cures piles, sore, enema and skin diseases. Beware of imitation. CO. Proud aad 8. W. Aiken. CENTRAL ' CHRISTIAN COLLECC A ekesls or cteaee. Lsscausgr. UtersSsre. M aale. Arc. Etoeatteei. Siersssl. Baat seas, aaorthaaau TaewirlMaa Ancleaant.eomDmlious.wellarraaied.wsl Ittcd bnllding. Men ant women admitted OS equal .erm. Thorough work in all departments of the College. KIBclent faenlty. loeatluo aDaorpaaaed lor beal l n fulnevt and beauty. Hoarding la prlTate fatnllles with careful suiwrtlalua as to health and morals. Kspensra low. For 1'alakame and I an her Infor mation, address CCVTKAI. CHaliTIAX CoLUtUS Albanr. Mo. WASHINGTON UNiVEMITY ST. LOUIS. Vr-.' T.'rni begins Sept. 7,01. :jKIII-l. DKrRTEST. I si. imus ami M imari .Medical (-olleaes.) I"nliy iuiii.l lalntries:' bugerlimrat fa vihties: fur yertrs course. J. IUMIAru:iill.M.ISer-y. BEVTAL DErAKTXEXT. t.ViMiuri lirnlal College.) I'nlty mniMl talswninries: larce rllalral ft. tiliiies: three stars routae. A. II. r'fl.l.l:::. -m.I ..llS fiean. 1'iv ;nfnikition inmsn.l lo.tlrdesartiiMna. atVlress the officer named. DUE OF FOBEST CIT7, FOREST CITV, MO. Established 1873. Transacts a general banking bueinet e. Drafts issued, good in all parts ot th United States. Foreign drafts issued at current rates. Deposits received, payable on demand. Usual rate of interest allowed wher, left for a specified time. Ilneinees in our line respectfully colic ted. C. D. Zook, Albert Roeckrr, President. Cashier. G.L. Ccxmik.s, Assistant Cashier. Tiu Efciitrgosiery &EQBiur BANKING COMPANY, OREGON, : MISSOURI. ESTABLISHED 1871. The oldest Bank in the county. Trine acts a general banking business. Inter est paid on time depoeites. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country and Europe. Uave madespecial arrange ments to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. The accounts of Farmers, Merchants and individuals re spectfully solicited. Special care given to any business intrusted to us. lelephone.No. 12. Dahiki. Zacbm ai, C. J. Hurt, President. Cashier. S.O. Zachxan, Assistant Csshier. THE CHI ZEIS' SAIL OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000 Transacts a general banking business. Interest paid on deposits left for speci fied time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Col lections made and promptly remitted. Directors: S. F. O'Falloo, Samel Davidson, Daniel Zachman, J. A. Kreek. Telephone, No. 43. G. W. MURPHY, Attorney - at - Law, CRAIG, MO.. Will practice in all courts. Commer cial business a specialty. Office over merchants' A Farmers' bank. J. G. WALKER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. El.frsve,r.0. FORBES, IN. Special attention to diseases of women and private diseases. IVAN BLAIR, Attorney at Law. Dffice over Citizens Bank. Oregon, Mo IT. THATCHER M. D Hemoeopathist aal Surgeon. VtFFICE OVER MORE 4 SEEHAN. Special attention given to Oram sow aiiirsREuncH TO CHRONIC DIKFASKS OREGON. - MISSOURI Telephones Residence. 18; Office, 9. C. W. LUKENS.D.D.S. Dental parlors over Moore ACo.'s store, Oregon, Mo. All the latest im proved methods and appliances in use PRICES REASONABLE ! FBED UBKLAND. D. D. S. Parlors, east side of square, neat door toresidence, Oregon, Mo. Tbevery latest improved methods and appliances. Al) work first-class and satisfsctioa aaar- anteed. Charges reasonable. FREIGHT AND TRANSFER LINE, MT SSQUI. WBSTaVVrrsBSTBI I PROPRIETOR, Oregon, - Miuomri- PETREE BROS., Attorneys at Law. Office up stairs in VanBuskirk building uregon, ao. V?M. KAUCHER, J. P. Pension Basintss a SaeciaJtv. sr " OtRceover Zachman. Grocery Store . . . OREGON. MO. The properties of lial lard's Saow Lib- i merit posness a range, ot mfaksmw greater than any other remedy. A day seklom paenea jn everv fsOsMeKeliL es pecially where there are chiklrea, that it as not needeu. I "nee, 2. aad 56 eeais. For aale by J. C. Philbriek.