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Cottaua See aval Coltoa Seed Meal Warth All They Cost. Especial ly la the Great Soatavreat. At the present prices tbat are pre vailing for cotton seed and cotton seed meal, the latter is the cheaper and better feed. Every grower of cot ton should also be something of a stockman, since he is producing one of the very best of stock foods, and should utilize it at home so as to keep up the fertility of the toil. Just when to feed cotton feed and when to feed cotton seed meal ia a question which troubles many farm ers. In so far as the feeding value goes, it is true for all practical pur poses that when what is received for a ton of cotton seed will pay for 750 pounds of meal it itt economy to buy meal. At the present prices it will do more than that, and no cotton seed should be fed this fall. The addition of about two pounds of cotton seed meal per day to the ration of corn or Kafir meal usually fed to steers that are being fattened Is profitable, especially when corn or Kafir stover is used for roughness. The cotton seed meal supplies the flesh and growth-making materials which corn and Kafir corn lack and ' produces better growth and more rapid gains. It is better for this pur pose than cotton seed because the oil which is taken out at the mill is not seeded in the feed of cattle that are being fed on corn or Kafir. If the stockmen and dairymen of the north era and eastern states can afford to pay high freight and still use cotton seed meal as feed for their cattle, it would certainly be profitable for Okla homa farmers to make use of all that is grown here and keep our fertility at home. Every ton of cotton seed meal is worth what it costs as a fertilizer, and when fed to cattle all this fertility is kept at home, where it belongs. Na tional Rural. CURES EVERT TIME. Prayer Aajaataseat at a Roae Is Saf aelcal ta Break Erts the Warat f Baiter Fallen. Put a half-inch rope eight feet long under horse's tail as at a. pass across back behind shoulders (b) to prevent frlling down; draw tight and tie in front of chest as at c. Use a long, strong halter rope, pass it through a post or stall ring, but do not tie it. Then pass the rope back THE ROPE ADJUSTED. through the halter ring (e) and tie in front of chest (c) to the rope that has been passed under the tail and around the body. Allow the horse the usual length of rope so that when he attempts to pull at the halter he will get a jerk under the-ail at the same time. This is sure "S cure the worst halter puller. Lewis' Olsen, la Farm and Home. THE COST OF PORK It Varies Aeearalaa: ta Locality. Bat Tare Ceata a Poaad Is a Fair Average. The cost of pork per pound largely regulates the opinions in which farm ers hold swine raising. In some local ities the farmers claim that they can buy even their own pork cheaper than they can raise it. Where such opin ions prevail it is evident that the raisers of swine have been unfortu nate in their experiences in producing pork" or else do not know what it has really cost them to produce it. At some experiments carried on at the Maryland experiment station it was demonstrated that on certain foods pork can be made at cost of 2' cents per pound. This, of course, can be done only under favorable circum stances and where the pigs are kept in healthful conditions. If a large per cent, of the herd is to be permitted to die of cholera certainly it will not be possible to raise pork at any such figure. As to the cost of pork produc tion, everything depends on the cir cumstances in which the .feeder finds himself, for some have access to cheap feeds that are not in the reach of oth er farmers. Thus some farmers live near creameries where the skim milk is not valued as it should be and is .sold by the creamery manager at one- half cent per gallon to anyone that will take it away. The milk as a pro ducer of pork, combined with other feeds, is worth far more than this, and of course its use by tbe pig raiser will result in greatly reducing the cost of his product. It is also a well established principle that pork is produced cheapest on young hogs. NOTES FOR STOCKMEN. Vhen the hogs are fat ship to mar ket or get them into the pork barrel. Any hay that is bleached by storm or long exposure to the weather, if not moldy or rotten, may be fed out now but do not starve any animal to eat it; feed a little at. a time and give grain to tone up its quality. Clover hay, pumpkins, mangles or other bulky food will keep the hogs thrifty and growing through the win ter. If you hnve a supply of each it may be well to feed the pumpkins first, then the beets and the clover last or nearest spring. The Great Modern Newspaper. When all that portion of the United States west of the Missouri and Kaw rivers was a trackless wilderness, nearly half a century ago, the first issue of the world's greatest newspaper appeared.St. Louis, which was then a mere overgrown town on the western frontier of civiliza tion, has developed into great commer cial metropolis, and that great modern newsgatherer.the St. Louis Globe-Demo crat, has kept pace with the progress of its citj and section. It has been, from ita first issue to the present time, the children's tutor, the youth's counselor, the woman's companion, the farmer's in structor and friend. Its circulation ex tends to every state and territory of the Tnion, to Canada and Mexico, and to every-part of the world where there are readers of the English language. It ought to be in your home during the coming year. See advertisement else where in this issue. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin convinces job of its merit the first dose you take. Sold by T. S. Hiode Sc. Son. THE GREATEST Metrtf tlitaa Deaecratic Newspaper ia the Saatkwest, The Kansas City Weekly Times ONLY 25 CENTS PER YEAR. All tbe Ms of All tie Worli AH tie Tiie. A. A. LESUEUK, Editor. Fearless, Progressive, Complete. Subscriptions Taken at This Office. The Sentinel anil Times one year for $1.50. THE New York Family Story Paper FOR The New York Family Story Paper esteem of all similar papers published in most of whom write exclusive! for its columns, are: Miss Laura lean Libber. Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller, Mrs. E. Burke Collins, Mrs. Charlotte M. Stanley. Miss Evelyn Malcolm. Mrs. Mary A, Kidder, Mist Abi S. Jacknan. Mrs. Charlotte M. KissMey. Mrs.Killian R. Drayton. Miss Lucy M. Russell, Miss Geraldine Fleming. Mr. T. W. Hanshew, Miss Heleae Hicks, And Many Others. THE NEW YORK FAMILY STORY Send for Free TKe Hew Golden Hours FOR 1901. The best Hoys' paier in tin- wnrid. 8 to 10 serials, anil several short stories. Frank J. Karll, ' Waldon J. Bobli, Roy Rockvvond, Wni. McCluakev. Matt A special column, devoteil to physical Champion Kantam anil heather-weight or the world, is a feature. The New Golden Hours FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. Send for Free Sample Copy. TOunroe's Publishing House, 24-20 Vandewater Street, New York. The St. Louis Tbe Great Newspaper of the World. Twice Every Week'-.One A a Newspaper, the reputation of the Glolie-Democrat is world-wide. It is known ami it circulates wherever the hngitsti issued in Semi-Weekly sections, at One daily at the price of a Weekly. It gives the latest telegraphic news from all the world every Tuesday and Fridxy. forward from section to section, and telegrams, is contained in the two sections. As a Home Journal it has no equal. Its departments devoted to "The Farm, Garden and Dairy'." "The Family Circle" and "The Homo" are each of the highest and most helpful character. Its market reports are correct and com plete in every detail. An interesting story is tinuett from issun to issue, and it has many other features which combine to furnish help, amusement and in struction for people in all conditions and circumstances of life. In Each Department, As a Whole, the Weekly Globe-Democrat, issued in Semi Weekly sections, is the peer of any family newspaper in the world, and it ought to be at every fireside during the coming year. Send One Dollar Only One Dollar for a year's subscription to the GLOBE PRINTING The DAILY GLOBK-DKMOCKAT Is without a rival In all the West, and standn at every I'rnnt aiuoiij; the few ItEALLY GREAT newspapers of the World. Daily, Inclasini Simday. Daily, Without Sunday. One Year. 0 Months . . .'i Months.. .Jjtf.OO . 8.1)0 . 1.00 One Year.. 0 Months.. 3 Months.. BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID. RIGHT UP TO DATE. (Ituai's Flatter Is Pali's Mastar.) These are days of records and of the beat ing of records. Benson's Porous Plaster, for quickness of action and thoroughness of core, has no records to beat except its own. Benson's Plaster, always the best, always the leader, is to-day better than tttr. It sticks to the skin but never sticks in its tracks. It marches on. The people not only want to be cured but cured quickly and Benson's Plaster does it. Coughs, colds, lumbago, asthma, bronchitis, liver and kidney complaints, sad other ills approachable by an external remedy, yield to Benson's as icedoea to heat. Keitber Belladonna, Strengthening or Capsicum plasters are to be compared with Benson's. People who have once tested the merits of Benson's Plaster have no use for any other external remedy. Ifore than 5,000 physicians and drug, gists (and a thousand times as many non professional persons) have called Benson's Plasters one of the few (!) home remedies that can be trusted. Fifty-five highest awards have been made to it in competition with the best known plasters of Europe and America. Better proof of its merits is inconceivable. Be sure to get the genuine. Forsiue by aU druggists, or we will pre pay postage on any number ordered in the United States, on receipt of 25c. each. Seabury & Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.X. Persons who Buffer from indigestion can not expect to live long, Decause they cannot eat the food required to nourish the body and the products of the undigested foods they do eat poison the blood. It is important to euro indi gestion as soon as possible, and tho best method of doing this is to use the prep aration known as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat and re stores all the digestive organs to perfect health. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Many of the blotches, pimples and other affections of the skin are caused by the failure of the liver and kidneys to cast off impurities, which remain in the system. Herbine will stimulate the liver and kidneys, and cleanse the sys tem of all impurities. Price, SO cents. For sale by J. C. Pbilbrick. Come in and Let Us Tell You About It. 1901. ranks highest in circulation and general tbis country, Among its contributors PAPER is for sale everywhere Sample Copy. Price (5) Five Cents. Twenty-f.ur pa;;es Keau the list of contributors: Walter J. Newton, T. C. Karnaugh, Will Lisenbee, (Chief N. Y. Det. Hureru). "Fed." lloval. Etc. Hal Harkaivay, culture, edited by Terry Mcflovern. the The Great Republican Paper ef America. Globe-Democrat Dollar a Year. language is read, in Weekly bdition, Dollar iter Year, is almost equal to a Reports of current events are carried tbe Complete. .News or the World, in lull To-Day, or write for free sample copies CO., St. Louis. Mo. Sunday Edition. 40 to GO Pages. One Year.... 2.00 0 Months.... 1.00 .$4 AH) . 2.00 . 1.00 .New Train Service Between Joseph and Chariton, la. Via I Grant City. St. I Attention is directed to the new train service of tbe C. It. &. Q. between St Joseph, Mo., and Chariton, Iowa, yia the new line lately completed between Grant City and Albany Junction. In addition to trains 111 and 112 be tween Chariton and Kansas City via the old main line, there are new trains 114 and 113 running as follows: No. 114 daily except Sunday from Cbariton to St. Joseph via Bethany Junction, Grant City and Albany Junc tion, leaving Chariton r:4u a. m., arriv ing St. Joseph 12:30 roor, making con nections at St. Joseph with south bound. train of the K. C. St. J. & C. B No. 20. North bound trains from Kansas City, No. 15 and 21 connect nt St. Joseph with C. B. & Q. train No. 113 leaving St. Joseph daily except Sunday at 2:45 p. m., running north via Albany Junction Grant City and Bethany Junction, ar riving Chariton 9:30 p. m. L. W. Wakeley. General Passenger Agent. To Whom It May Concern. We wish to notify the citizens of this J county that we have secured the agency for Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin',- tho great cure for constipation, indigestion, sick headache and stomach trouble, and guarantee it to do as recommended. We always keep the liest drugs on hand and solicit a call, promising the very best of everything. Yours truly, T. S. Hinde & Son. : Iteat Out of an Increase of Ills Pension. A Mexican war Veteran and promi nent editor writes: "Seeing the adver tisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi- I era and Diarrhoea Remedy, 1 am re minded that as a soldier in Mexico in j '47 and '48, 1 contracted Mexican diar rhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every' renewal a dose of it restores me." It is unequalled as a quick cure .or diarrhoea and is pleasant and sate to 'site. For sale by C. O. Proud. CORN SMUT DESCRIBED. IJItle Evlaraee Is at Hni ta PrTC That It la Iajarloaa ar Daa Krroaa ta Stock. Prof. I'lumb. in his work on Corn Culture, says: Smut, as seen by the farmer, is either a distorted, greenish white piece of vegetable tissue, or a mass of black greasy powder, which generally appears breaking out from an ear of corn or from the leaf or stalk when green or succulent. The source is a simple, tubular, minute plant, too snrill to be seen by the nak ed eye. It grows in the tissues of the SMUT BRKAK1NG OUT ON AN EAR OK COHN. corn pianl. and feeds upon its juice. These little plants, of which there are vast numbers, branch out in tubular form when they find a spot in tbe corn plant that is especially nourishing. Then. Inside these tubes, minute bodies termed spores (seeds) develop, and finally the spot becomes a mas of these, and then all of the little plants exoep. the snores wither awav. The dark-colored. loose smut, is moMlv the mass of spores, of which there are countless numbers. Kmut is generally thought by farm ers to be injurious to stock, yet but little satisfactory evidence is at hand to proe that such is the' case, as it is ctiniinonlv eaten. HIRED-HELP PROBLEM. Ita Solution 1'nialra Writiri Faraaera aa Well aa Hoaackeeaera la the Larare Cities. It is the hired-help problem that I have not yet been tible to solve. 1 have to pay good prices. Day hands hat'e commanded $1.50 a day right along tins summer, and it is mostly unrelia ble help at that. So if 1 desire to reap any profits on their labor at ordi nary prices of produce I have to look after them pretty closely, and. if pos-jt.i- ... - . . . siuie norK wnn mem rignt along. contract eel to bare my corn cut at $1.50 an acre rather than pay $1.30 a day. The corn was heavy, but the man cut five acres in aliout 3 days. At day wages it would have taken him five or six days to cut that number of acres. Years ago, I remember, when we had hands cradling and bind ing grain or digging potatoes, the practice was to "race" it: that is. to see who could cut or bind his swath or dig his row of potatoes the quick est. It kept everyone on the move, and the work proExessed at a irood rate. The employer never had reason to lind fault with his men fur idling or shirking. Every hand was ready to give his best service, and the "rac ing" fen to re seemed to be a great stimulus; indeed, rather an enjoy' ment. Hut times seem to have changed. Many of the helpers of the present day work only for what they can get out of the job. Farm and Fireside. FACTS FOR FARMERS. Tt is easier to start right than to get right after having been wrong. Horse manure, land piaster and road dust are good absorbents In the cow stable. They take up the liquid and also prevent escape of nitrogen. A dose for skunks which settles them surely is made by mixing strychulne with the contents of an eggand placing it inside the shell. Take care that only the right animal gets the bait. flasoline engines are being used to quite an extent in Ohio. The cost of operating is much less than for steam. There ia iess djinger than from steam and no time is wasted in getting up steam. r. It. Jerry, in Farm and Home. Iroa Palat for the Faraa. The next time you are near a freight car just take the point of your knife and try the paint. The reason the paint is used is because of its wearing and wood-preservingqualities. Every fann er should keep his farm machinery In repair and well painted. The paint to use is the best, which will prove cheap est. The paint which the experience of railroads has proven the best will also be found best for the farm. Iron paint is the best pain. This is no "boom" for any particular brand. L. Irwin, in Ohio Farmer. Hoir to Flarare Proat. The larger the crop per acre the low er the cost and the greater the profit It has been shown that, including labor, interest on capital, wear of imple ments, etc., a crop of 15 bushels of wheat per acre costs about 4S cents per bushel. With the same labor a crop of 30 bus els will cost 27 cents per bushel. There may be no profit at all on IS bushels. while 30 bushels per acre may give a fair profit, much, however, depending on the market prices, the farm and dis tance from market. KecoiiMiilered. ATopekaman lost a small opal set out of his ring and went to the jeweler to have it replaced. Returning home he found the lost set and, putting it in his mouth for safe keeping, hurried back to the jeweler's to have that set used instead of the new opal. Rushing into the store he said: "Say, I've found the old set, so don't use tbat new one." He attempted to remove the stone from his mouth, gave a gulp, looked sheepish, and said: "I guess you'll have to use the new stone." That man needed a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sold by T. S. Tlindo & Son. When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble, prompt relief is necessary, as it is dangerous to delay. We would suggest that One Minute Cough Cure be taken as soon aa indica tions of having taken cold are noticed. It cures quickly and its early' use pre vents consumption. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Pnellc Administrator's Notice. Jiotlee is hereby Etveo that by vlrlnre ! an order of tbe Probate Court ! Mult count v. Mis souri, made mi the 5th dav of IfcfemU-r. isro. tbennderxlienrd p'ibliCMilniiiiUiriitair fr sad' rmintr,na taken ebnnr nt the estate it .1. W. Blevbtt. deeraaeil. All pero.is liavl:tc clalnn against said estate are required tiiexMbn them toateforaHowance within eear alter the dale of raid order.ortht y may he Dreclutleil I mm soy bsaeflt of such estate : and If uch claims be not exhibited within twi. years from the date ot this publics! Inn. thev will b forevrr barred. This Ith day ot December. ISOu. M. I. WAl.KKK. Public Administrator. What Shall We Have for ! sert? This question arises in the family every day. Let us answer it to day. Try Jell O, a delicious deeert. Pie pared in two minute. No bakinu! add hot water and set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, OranKe, Raspberry and Straw berry. At your grocer?. 10 cte. ctue of AmentMctll. ami MIT othr art warn aa own nmrrr pe ueWLweu. ipcopjccuon 10 roe anal oathtitle nmaUea U their eonlie mttta whkh kwM comtlpatiaa lutaadot cartas It. PARKER'S OUKlXa 0X10 1 the proper retnedj. It acuon tbe LTfcr. aad wfcra aani a directed, permanently naoni ttoeasaanuioa.Mcts.ASi.ai tutfirascaaa, Traoc Mams Designs Coot rights Ac Anyone maaag a (ketch and deaerlptkm maj qoleklr aaeartaln oar opinion free whether aa InTenuoa la probably patentable. Commnnlc UotLHtrlctlycoriMrtentlil Handbook on Patenu tent free, oldeet aceney for eercttnapatenta. meet! aetka. without cham. In the raeata uaen uroean Jiunn a 10. receive Scfettflfic HsWatttt A aaadaomely tUnatrated weekly. Trcest !---cnlalkm of any dentine toarnaL Terma. (3 a rear: foor Btontha. IL Sold by all netradealen. foffl 4 New York Branch Onto. r3S P 8U Waahlmjt m. . C. People Going West or Northwest should not fail to write John Do Witt. Division Passenger Agent, Burlington Route, St. Joseph, Mo,, in order to get the best rates, the be6t train service and all those travelling comforts which characterize this railroad. Letter or inquiry will always be nnsvered with that fair dealing which bna mude tbe Burlington Koute what it is, the rnnd that can take the best care of you to any point in the west. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Itiirtlflcially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or guns. It Is tbe latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation an approach it in efficiency. It in-:-iiitly relieves and permanently cures jjMpepsIa, Indigesticn, Heartburn, "':ttulcnce, Sour Stomach, Nausea, rk Ilcadaclie.Gastralgla.Cramps and ' other results of imperfect digestion. . Me. and It. Large size contains SH times :islze. Book ullaboutdyspepsla mailed free .-Fared by E. C. DeWITT ft CO.. Chicago Sold by S. W. AIKEN, Oregon, Mo. CMicMESTrn-s CNausM ... NYReVAl PILLS Orlclnid i. I Only QeBMlar. SAFE. l-o-w 1-m.ih-... I'rurnw IM (.THlUlII'.aiUl.M IOIiUMI to Ulii) !t (ioM m'taHtc bviM. wftU--l wltb biaertMu,. 'I'Mtri-ontaee. Refuftp Bteaearau OabslIlylleM aa4 Italia tataa. nj r Jo Crscri-i at -raj 4e. ia Mi-a M I'arllrular-. TeattaMBlaU aad -rtcM.-t rr l.J.-."ta !-. ra lam Mali. lo.Oo r-tlawetmu- siatj Irrauuu- OJeadUrCaeaUealO. p. MaaWa I'uk, fHll-a fa. JlMMid BO YEARS in aaaaaalaUl PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM, Cleasan and brutinca the hair. Promotes a hnumnt aniwlh. Merer Valla to Beatote Orajr Hair to tie Youthful Color. Cum a-aip dimeee a hair ItOligc. atejaodlUJjitDniiiljja Mil llHUM!K(tPIUnt- o odor. tTXaH l1-' Kany atlea. fsold flBj . . TRY THE . . " NEW NME " SEWIlie MACHINE. wriiciirMuisf; Sevrioa Machines we manufacture and then prices before yea purchase any other. TIE Kff NK 1EWIM lafiMRE CO OKASQE,XASS. sU'nlon Square. H.Y. CWeaeo.Hl- St. Im. Mn. Dallas. Teaas. Ran FraaeHeo,Cal. atlauta.tia. roa bale ay 8CHULTE BROS., Oregon, Mo Settlers' Excursions. The Burlington system announces the ! following rates on sale Tuesdays of each week, and continuing until Tuesday, November 27 th: From Kansas City or St Joseph to Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Montana, and intermediate points on direct line. One way. 123.00; Round trip, 810.00. From Kansas City or St. Joseph to Spokane. Tacoma, Seattle, Wash.; Port land. Oregon; Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, and intermediate points on direct lines, also on the Spokane Falls and Northern: One way, 829.00; Round trip, 845 00. It. W. Wakfxev, ta. r. A. St Louis, Mo. John DkWitt, D. P.'A. St Joseph, Mo. Vrna Hovrr, Agent, Forest City, Mo. A BROADWAY INCIDENT. Iarr-H UUri Twice to a Heacat anil the Besaar Doeaa't Sloii Hiss. One of two men who were walking on Broadway talking was attracted by the appearance of a one-legged beg- , , , ., .. gar who sat. a crutch beside him. on me enge ot some step in ironi ot a store, holding uut bis hat to the pas-ers-bj. So lie reached in his pocket, pulled out a numlier of coins, and took from aiiMii them one whii-b he dropped in the begear"-hat. The one legged mull inclined his head, not serv ilely nor humbly, but with a calm and decorous irt of politeness in acknowl edgment of his sift. ay the New York Sun. As for the sriter. he seemed to take j i . . . . . . , uu urru noainri ui iiwi I ment: be siinii!v kept on talking with - , . . ,. . ., ...... i.., ...L I his friend: at the time, howewr. eon- tinning to pick oter the money that lie held in his bam!, and in a iroinent he dropped another eoin in the one-lt-Kited man's bat. Majbe be tluuiirlit the first coin was not enouoli to sie: perhaps be gae also for bis friend: po-sibb he bad struck it rieb and felt flush ami gener ous and wanted to gie: be iiiiuht bae been aheiit-mindcri: but anVhnw be gave twice. And as for the one-leguei' I man be. so to siieisk. wa not earned otT his foot by the incident at all: he sat perfectly steady. As she second coin dronned in bis bat lie inclined bis head gravel r. with an acknowledgment little more pronounced in manner than the first, but with no obseiiiiouness or foolish show of thanks. This wa Rroadwav. it was n business man who was civinir him Ibis money, and he was making a business acknowledgment And mavbe be thought that, if be did not disturb, bv too much profusene- of thanks, what niiirht be a sort of in voluntarv or automatic action on tbe part of the siver who was thus repeat ing perhaps be would keep on giving. TAKING THE TIME AT NOON. All Railnru of the Wralrrn I'nlon Company Mtnpa for Three Minolta Dalli. Just before 12 o'clock each day all business must be taken off the wires controlled bv the Western Tnion com pany. and that means the absolute cessation of business along the main lines of electric coinmunicatioii in the principal cities of America, says Pear son's M:i?n.ine. Three minutes; before noon wire chiefs in each of the prin cipal cities and the towns ami cities leading to and firm their Iare sis ters cease sending or receiiinj mes sages, no matter how- important tbey may be. and deiote themselves to switching tin wires in such a wav as to make an unbroken circuit of com munication from Washington aruui.d the uttermost boundaries of the I'uited States. This is ciilicd an "un- broktii national circuit." Thus smooth track is made nlonir which the electric message may flash encom passing tbe union and nituoiim-iuir the time of day. Ten seconds Itefoie the time bell strikes comes another si lence, and then a mighty throb. titanic heart lira t from the foremost motor in modern commerce, ami an electric current pulsates from tbe At lantic to the racitlc. from Cotlinm to the golden gate, announcing the fact that the sun has passed ocr the seventy-fifth meridian and it is noon nt Washington. OUR VAST MINERAL RICHES. Searl)- a Thonaanr! Million In Valnv Til Urn front tbe Karlh Yearly. A chart puhlisbcd by the geological survey gnes a summary or the min eral products of the I'nited States for the past ten years. The aggregate values bae increased bv more than one-hnlf in that period ami the fig ures for 1MI9 are greater than in any previous year, footing up Hie enor mous lota! of $!ITC.(MN).(MX. The uiltte of the metallic products of the yenr is given at $S2?,'JIS,.S4 and of the unnmetallic nt $447.?'.N).sii2. The latter class includes, of course, the coals $lfiS.(.oo,(HH) in bituminous und $s3.000.0iH) in I'ennsyhania anthracite $li4.Kl.(H)n in petroleum. $2tMHKj.Hio worth of natural gas and large value in stone, brick clay nml cement, with ariiius other minerals. Of I lie metals our pig iron is worth almost as much as all others together. the nlue of last year's product being gheii at $24.V'.:o.iiia). Copper comes net. worth $ii4.Mi.tiO(l. ami the $71. uoo.iH'O in gold is third. The market nliic of the sihcr produced in 1 .'.) was about $::::.0'4m:uii ami the lend ami ine together were worth alxnit as much, (juicksiber. aluminum, anti mony, nickel anil plant iiiiini are the other tuetuls that figure in the table. Mnaelra and llraln. Ill one of his recent lectures lit Clark I'liixersitx. I'rof. Augelo Mosso. of Turin, averred that "Physical edu cation and gymnastics serve not only for the development of the muscles, but for that of the brain as wc!I." It is becoming evident, be said, that as much time should be devoted to muscular exercise as to intellectual exercise, anil children should begin reading anil writing only after thev are nine years, old. Muscular fatigue exhibits phenomena identical with intellectual fatigue. Xerve cells show on the average every ten seconds n tend ency to rest. It is probable that only part of the brain is active at a time; the various parts relieve each other. The more mobile any animal's extrem ities are the more intelligent, other things being eipial. be says. An .Wlcan'a litra of Snow. All African who bail visited Ktigland described auovv as "rain gone to sleep." The Twice-A-Week Republic. Everj" Monday and Thursday a news paper as good as a magazine and bet ter, for il contains the latest by tele graph as well as interesting stories' is sent to the subscriber of the "Twice-a-Week" Republic, which is only 81 a year' The man who reads the "Twice-a- Week" Republic knows all aliout affairs political, domestic and foreign events; is posted about the markets and commer cial matters generally. Tho woman who reads the "Twice a Week" Republic gathers a bit of valua ble information almut household affairs and latn fashions and finds recreation in the bright stories that come under both the headings of fact and fiction. There is gossip about new looks and a dozen other topics of especial interest to the wide-awake roan and woman. Quality and not quantity makes De Witt's Little Early Risers such valuable little liver pills. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Order or Publication. KTATti OF NISSOITKI.U County il Holt. In the lnb.ili Omit otthr County Holt and .. . .... I k.- . I . - . "V . .u... III the matter of the fMt- of L V. Vit.r ilwlvni. (iii:r II. VVlirr. Kvutr ol laldettitle. I tf.lt ro rubueatioii. lirorg' II. UrO-ti-r. executor, ot ibr Mtjte ol u w. rbtrr. d.wntit, ii sent to I lie- 1'iut hit srtitiou rali lor an onirr lot uie sai- m mi iiiucii oi im rral ei:it; of ;ll ilti-irl .i mil p i mid t I KHir-I.IKin -tll'l H',- W- Kill ('If MH1I-.1I- J mv tl.-rniiaiii.nVrti-i-uitiM hvsaiil rHtat.rj.nit I IIHIMllI lot Willi ( Slimflrllt ,-ts-K-t. MOrolll li.u.t. a l Inr aeeoniit. Ul aim unriitoiu-s minimi li) l.iw In such e.tir.on r4 initial ton Wtirrml It Is tilrrril III it all H-rol lotrrestttl III the vt:iti- ol salil iln-rsril tar noil 11 til thai :iilli-allon a'aloirsalit h.is hrrn niailr. mi l that mitrssilirrtihlrarv I'f shnun on or lieforr Hie tlrst it:it otilir io-i ti-rm of this court, to I f Ik-M un tii-lltli nl r-Vlnuirv nrt. an or .I.t ulll br mult-fortlie salrot the whiile.or so miirh ot iIh iimI r-stiiti-iit sil ilrrrasnt a will lie niRl'Mi'tit tr tho Mnti'iit otnal.l ileVI; ami it Is furihrr onirml that this notice tie imMWiiit in sunn- nrwMM-r in Hit eimntv lor tour nreks before the iirxt term of thet court. SI ATK OK MISSOL'ICI. i 'lllll of lloil I i I.ISro. W. Muriihv. .Imlii- of the I'rohate 1 1 mil tulliui ami forsii.l einiiilv. hrn-hv cer J ttfv Hint lln-aliotr trnerotivof theortjttiiil "filer of .ul.:i-..t IhrrW.i refrrreii lo.a the Uame .n.orars of rwml m i.i olTU-r. Vltii.-s I11V Inn.l :i i:tl::o :ml the seal ot our ' ikii sain .s.iin. ivm at im om.v m lire moil lit vtM rouiit. Ihi- Sl-t ii.it of Oetvmoer. A. !.. I:ki. :KO. W. MtTlJPHY. .Itiilsotf rnt:ttr Court. Notice ef Final Settlement. STATU OK .MI.-SiirK!.! roiiuiv oi iioit. i I In the I'roti.ilefoiirt nt Holt I'mntty. In the iii:itli-r of tin-estate of Kiniiia .1. fary. minor. M. II. W.dki-r. liiurili.-iii. To Kiiiin.t J. riuliips. Tonm-rlv Ktntti.1 .1.1 m-v. ami J.niii-sT. riiillips. Iier Imsliaiul. von ;irr Iterelty notilleil that on the l.:li iItiv of' l-Vlmi-itrr.ltiOl.tH-uii; tin-.Mil ilav o tho Krhrii.irv.lwl. t.'tm of the I'roliatr Omit of the coiintv of Unit or.-t smut thereafter a I can li-heard' at saiil court. I will m:ike to nml milt -anl court, mv final M-ltlriiii-iit ascnariliHii of the estate o'f Knim.t .1. Cacy now Knmi:i.l. I'liilllto : that a just ami tria-exhihit of the nrroiitit tx tive. n tnvsrlf ami sai.l want lias Imm-ii ULVleanil llle.1 in Haul l'rolite Court. Dalril this il iUv of .1 inn.irv. I'.. M. II. vvM.iKK.Cttarili.tii. Notice of Final Settlement. STATKOK MtsStirill.i Coiiaty of Holt. i H- In the rroli.tte I'oiut. In the limit! rut tin-estat.' of Marllta Work man, insane, .M. II. Walker. Iliianlian. Tiftvhoin it nil) rniieem : All ihtsoiih ititeresti-il in the aln-ve et:tte are hen-Iiv notiliPi' tli.it 'Mi Hie l.'tli il.ii of Krlirn ary. iHOl. Iteliik tlo- 2il day of the Kehriiarv tetm. Iwi. of ihr rroh.it e Court ol Holt eountv. or as smm theraltrr as I can he heard at alil ronrt. I will make to and with s,tiil court, my fiiial settlement at;iiariliaii of the estate of Matth.t Workma . an itnane person, now ile reaseil ; that .1 jilsl ami trneexiiihil ot the :ir Vomit helwerii mvM'Ifaiid aaid waul Iia lierit maile nil I tlleil In said I'rohatr Court. Uatttl this 3rd d iv of .lanuarv. tiajl. SI. I. WAI.KKU.Cnanlhin. Final Settli'inent. Not lee is herehv Biven in all creditors and others interest el in the estate ol Meihrii C.Col luit, deeeaaed, tvat the tiiulersimiiil exe cutor In rharve. of said cstatciiilrmli to make a Una! settlement then ol at theurxt t mi of tln I'nib.ite Court of HnltCoii'itv.Slatcol Siissoiirt, tolie Im:iiii and holdrit at ilri'sott on 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 dav of Fel rnary. ::it. AI.IIKItr KOKCKKIt. Kei-ntr. Fiiml fttlfiiipiit. Notire is herehv Iven to all rmlitors and others Interesleil in Ihr estale nl -ntl ltakir. ilereaM-d. that Ihr p.iiilersi"iieil ail ni'nistritor in rh.iruo ol s;id estate, uitenils i.i makeaunal srtlleiurlit thereof al the next term of the rroliatr Court of lloil Coiintv.Stati' of Slttsoiiri. to he he-nii and hohleii al IT'S' on the tltli dav of IVhrnarv. I!il. Si. I). WAl.KKK. I'lihlle Administrator. Filial Settlement. Notice l hereby civeu to all creditors ami oitieis llilrresini in inr estate ol l eler lluli.i Urreaseil.th.it the niiilersliieil adniiiilslrato! with will anitexeil in cli.ire of ald estate, in tends to make a flual seltleim-i.i thereof at the next term of the 1'rohate Court ol Molt Coiiuty State of Sllswuirl. lolie brioui i,ud hidden a Oregon on the tllh dav of Iiruarj. Iinii. SI. II. WAl.KKK. Public AdiiiliiKtrator. Filial Settlement. Notice Is herehv given to all creditors and other interesleil In the estate ofi Cha' J.M. Strrrett. that the Ulidersineil admin istrator In eharse of said estate, intends t makeaCu.it setllemrlit thereof at the Hex term ot tin I'rolKtte Court of Holt Coiintv. State of Jcjwourl. to he liecun ami liolden at Orrcou mi :iie iiiii uav oi reiirnarv. in. M.I). WAt.KKK. I'lihlle Administrator The llraln or the North. Its Public Spirit, Culture and Capital, are earnestly enlisted In Favor of Policies Which Make for Prosperity. 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Sabbath school at 9:30 every Sabbath V. P. S. C. K. every Sabbath eveoiof one bour before preaching. Prsyer aiestintt every Thursday eve- oingatT:30p. ni. Preach i on every Sabbath aaniaiog snd evening by tbe pastor. Everybody cordially invited to attend above services. WoiHlville F.rat ami third Sunday's of each month. ChriMtuti Church Directory. W. r. M Vl'PIX. CASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday, at 9:t."i a. ru. Preaching on th second and fourth Sundsysineachnumtb.il . m., and evening. Preaching on the tirst and thiraSun.hivs in nu b montfi, nl Union school bouse. V. P. S. C. K. every Sunday evening al o clock. Prajer nieelicg eer rbursilny eve ning at $ o'clock. Meeting of tbe ollit-ml board everv fourth Sunday nt ,'t p. tu. All are cordially invited to atteml. Kvaiigolical 'hnrt-h liri'-torv. KKV. it. K. MVKlis, l'.vsTOI:. Silinlav Sohivil at IKx. m. Praer iiiertint- Ti.urnli.v r S p. m. Services everv Sui.ilav morning and evening. ISegular preMcluni:serviceH tho 1-tand :lrd Sunila at II a. m.. m . I ibe 2t.tland 4tb Sundays at S f. nt. Preaching a. NickellV tirove on the 1st and 3rd Stindnvs i t S ; m., in il the 2nd and 4th Soixluvs at 11 n m. All are cordially invited to attend. Oregon Protective AsKOt-iulioii. Meets the first Saturila) afternoon in each month al 1 t0 o'clock, at the iifficr or R. C. Benton. S. M. Stout, Seen tnry. 31. E. Church iHrectorj. HF.MiV CKAJIITON, TASTOU. Preaching every Sabbntb morning and evening 11:00 a. m.. anil at 7:.'t0 t. m. Sundav school eyer Sxhhath, at IhiT: a. m. A. II. Itaily Supt. S. S. Prayer meeting every 'I'luirniay. at 7:30, p. m. Bpworlb League Junior every Sab bath 2:30 p. in., and senior one hour be fore preaching every Sabbath ever ing. Business meeting of tbe i fh'ci'd hoard the tirst Monday of each ni ontb.al 4iM, p. m. J. A. Kreek Secy , of the board. W. P. M. Society meets the lirft Saturday of each month. 3 P. M. K. Clmri'li lircctory City. Forest REV. l'AWK.S. 1'ANTtlK. Pleaching on the second and fourth SuBday in eaoh month, 11 a. m.. evening. Preaching on the lirst and thi'd Sun day evening. Sundav school every Sunday, nt 9:30 a. to. Junior League at 2:30 p. ni., and Senior League nt 7 p. in. J. A. Lease, Pres. Prayer meeting every Tuesday eve ning at 8 o'clock. Lndie8 aid societ every Friday, at 2:30 p. m.Mrs. G. A. Scott," president. Preaching, Kinirey school house on the. tirst and third Sundav mornings. Suiitia r-clnail at 10 a. ni. John P. Wsggone.-, Supt. All are cordially invited to nltt-ml. Cliristiiin Church Directory of .New I'oiut. l)!ttX J. tJtW PASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday, at 0:30 a. m. Preaching on tbe lirst Sunday in each month. II n. in., and evening. V. I. S. C K. everv Sundav evening nt "WO o'clock. All tire cordinllv invited to nttend. Christum Church IirM-try ot Fortvsi city. UK J- I.. STKI'HKSSON. PASTOR. Sunilitv m-io-oI over Kuml.i at 0:30 a. m. Pieaehtni; on th- lirst ami third Sun days in each mouth. II li m. ami eve ninir. V. P. S. I!. K evorv Sonihiv evening at OSS) uYloft,. Prnver tneetiiig i'fi tv I-'riilav evening at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. (muni 31. K. Church Ilreolory KKV II. A. SII'.KMAN.X. IMSTOIt. Sundav School. 10 a. m. Prencbiiig every .Sunday Il:t5 A. M. Sundav si-boo nt Nodaway church at I::hi p. m. Preaching everv Sunday nl the Noda way church at 2:30 p. m. Kverylmdy cnrdi'illv invited to attend alaivt servicee. Ciirxuii Chrislliiii Church lrtt lory ul' Itlnfrcity. vv. li. h.visdman. i-ashii:. Preaiibing on tbe sectuul aiul fourth Liordtiay'H t 1 I a. in. mid 7:.'ll p. m. .... . .s ... (ichooi hrcIi 1oriiHdiiy at ill a. ni. yott Do voa Altx rvtrv modh? M yoo answer "yes" to aav of these quest iooi, you nave ills which Tae of Cudoi cum. Do you appreciate what perfect health would be to you? After taking Woe of Cardui, thoisinvii hke you have real ised It- Nervous atrain, loss of sleep, cold '-r iadigesuon starts memtrual disorders that are not noticeable at fiat, but day by day stcad-Jy grow faarvtjoubletomc cornplicatiota. Wise of Cardui, used fust before the men strual period, will keep the female system ta perfect condition. This mwiVinr k taken quietly at home. There k nothing like it to help women enjoy good health- It costs only $1 to test this remedy, which k endorsed by 1,000,000 cored women. Mrs. Lena T. Frieberj, East SL Louis. WL, ssyst "I am physically a m womaa. by reason of my use of Wave ef Cardui ani Tbtdfotvfs Black DrasH." in caaea requiring upaelal direct Ions, ad dreia, tiTlnrfpjniiitoma.'Ttie Ijtdie' Adeiv rr Hepartmenr," Tba CbattaniKica Medi cine Uu.. Chattanooga. Tenn. Such little liilLs s DoWitt'-t Little Karly Risers are very easily tiben. ami they are wonderfully effective in cleans- ng the 1 ver and bowels. C U. Proud and S. W. Aiken. VUr for Women X) Ayy Are af