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THE WORLD OF INDUSTRY.
The production of steel in the United States in 1S90 amounted to 10,750,000 tons. A St. Louis negro has devised an elevator in which a screw takes the place of weights and pulleys. Dredging the channel of the Dela ware riter at Reedy island. 43 miles below the city of Philadelphia, is now l" in progress. A single shaft of white marble 2t. feet in diameter and 31 feet long was quarried recently near Svlaeaiiga. Ala. A recent compilation of statistics chows that out of 9S chief national In dus tries, in. n given year only H'J gave men employment for 300 days in the year. Between January 1 and October 15 18.1S4 cates. containing 110.920.01)0 cigars, were shipped from Tampa, Flu., as against 12.515 cases for the same period last year. These figures will give some idea of tue enormous extent of the cigar-making industry in that city. The largest casting ever made in this country was recently run into the molds at a foundry in .Milwau kee. The casting is to be the bed plate for a blowing engine for a Pitts burgh concern, and it weighs 110.000 pounds all in one piece. In making, it the workmen were required to pour 1S6.000 pounds of metal. The plate will be 23 feet 10 inches long. 9 feet 92 inches wide, and 5 feet deep in the center. FOR THE GENTLER SEX. Panne velvet spotted with gold is very attractive. Gold cloth made with a design in the wearing is one of the latest novelties, Black fox showing a-few white hairs is reported as one of the favorite furs for boas. Panes in Persian colorings and ie signs are much used for waists, as also are figured velveteens. May Irwin declines to sing any bal lads sare those on which the publish ers pay her a royalty. That is revers ing the usual order. Castor gloves are very fashionable for street wear, and then there are the heavy dressed kid gloves with pique stitched seams. A Scranton woman, intrusted with tVe care of a neighbor's baby, was ov r- taken bv a train on a railroad crossing, She managed to throw the child out of danger, but wss herself crushed to death. This year it is not considered either "common or in "bad form" to go to the theater or opera in street cars. In fact, to so go has become the fashion in all the eastern cities. The next fad may be to substitute walking for the street cars. PERTAINING TO THE SCHOOLS. There are four Filipino students in the University of Michigan. There are 644 students in the Har vard law school this year. 82 colleges being represented by their graduates, .and Ynle lenilinc its delegation num bering 73. More young men are studying medi cine-than are studying law and theology combined. More young men are studying theology and medicine in Illinois than in any other state, al though New York leads in the num ber of law students. Chicago's public school-teachers pay roll has more than doubled in nine years and is now a little more than $500,000 a month. There are 6,200 teachers, principals and super intendents on the city's pay roll. In the high school at Carthage, Mo., the boys and girls own bicycles worth in the aggregate $3,000. Two years ago there were only three bicycles "going to school." BITS OF TOWN TALK. The jetties at Galveston will cost $3,500,000. Ip Baltimore they have night schools in the city hall. Attendance Is compulsory. A good law in Boston permits resi dents to keep street musicians 300 feet from their houses. The city of Downs, Kan., has more than 1.000 inhabitants, among wl.om there is not a single lawyer. Chinese labor unions are said to exist in Xew York, Chicago, San Fran cisco and the principal cities along the Pacific coast. At Pensacola, Fla., the motormen on street cars struck for stools on which to sit while the cars are in motion. They had the sympathy oi the people with them and won out. PURELY PERSONAL. Hon. Thomas B. Reed defines a "trust as "a body of rich men sur rounded entirely by water." Students of heredity will note the fact that the father of Alvord, the Xew York bank defaulter, was $100, 000 short in his accounts while cash ier of a bank in Syracuse 41 years ago. The money was made good by bondsmen, and there was no prosecu tion. Mrs. TheodoreJloosevelt is arrang ing for her husband a rather novel album, which when finished will con tain some 50 snapshots taken of the governor during his campaigning tonr, together with a history of the trip, all the newspaper stories and other incidents of the tour. D. J. Mackay. once a millionaire railroad man. but now with a debt o! $500,000 on his shoulders, and no as sets but his honor, starts life anew, at 87, with the determination of again becoming a millionaire. This pluckr Ban, says Success, lives at Anderson, Ind., and is the manager of one oi Uie largest paper mills in the west. 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 appcarcd.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 groat modern newBjatherer.thc St. Louis Globe-Demo crat, has kept pace with the progress of its citj and section. It has been, from its 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 tho 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. Sec advertisement else where in this issue. Df. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin convinces you of its merit the first dose you take, gold by T. S. Hinde & Son. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has been for sixty years popular medicine for colds, d concrhs.aiifl all flisnnsosnf o " i throat and lungs. It cures Asthma and Bronchitis, and so soothes the irritated tis sues that a refreshing sleep invariably follows its use. No mother fears an attack of Croup or Whooping-cough for her children, with Ayer's r Cherry Pectoral m the house. It is a specific for that mod ern malady, La Grippe. It prevents Pneumonia, and has frequently cured severe cases of lung trouble marked by all the symptoms of Con sumption. It is The Standard For colds, Cogghs, and Lung Diseases " At the age of twenty, after a severe sickness, I was left with weak lungs, a terrible cough, and nrarly all the symptoms of consumption. My doctor had no hope of my recovery ; but, having read the advertisements of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I determined to try that preparation. I did so, and since that tune I have used no other cough meilic-tnc. 1 am now seventy-two years old, and I know that at least fifty years liave been added to niv life bv this incomparable preparation." A. V. SPERRY, Plainfield, N. J. " I have used AVer's Cherry Pectoral throat diseases. L. II. MA 1 HfcW b, i.uitor bc-jis-uitfatch, Oneonta, Ala. "My first remembrance of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral dates back thirty-six years, when my mother used it for colds, coughs, croup, and sore throat. She used no other medicine in attacks of that sort among lier children, and it never failed to bring prompt relief and cure. I always keep this medicine in the house, and a few doses qutrklv check all colds, coughs, or any inflammation of the throat and lungs." J. O'DONNELL, Seattle, Wash. "I have sold Ayer's medicines for forty-five years. I know of no preparation that equals Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for the cure of bronchitis. It never fails to give prompt relief." C. L. SHERWOOD, Druggist, Dowagiac, Mich. "I have used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral both in my family and practice, and consider it one of the best of its class for la grippe," colds, coughs, bronchitis, and consumption in its early stages." W. A. WRIGHT, M.D., BarnesvOle, Ga. "Some years ago Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured me of the asthma after the best medical skill had failed to give me relief." F. S. IIASSLER, Editor Argui, Table Rock, Neb. size, $1.00 ; nail size, so ceils For Sale THE GREATEST Metropolitan Democratic Newspaper in the Southwest, The Kansas City Weekly Times ONLY 2" CENTS PER YEA It. All. Ike News of All the forli Ali the Time. A. A. TjESUEUR, Editor. Fearless, Progressive, Complete. Subscriptions Taken at This Utlicc. Conic in and Let Us Tell You About It. The Suntiucl ami Times one year for Sl.aO. The St. Louis The Great Newspaper of the Worid. Twice Every Week'-.One A a Xewspatier, the reputation of tho Globe Democrat is world-wide. It is known and it circulates wherever the English language is read. In Weekly Edition, issued in Semi-Weekly sections, at One Dollar ter Year, is almost equal to a daily at tho price of a Weekly. It gives the latest telegraphic news from all the world every Tuesday and Friday. Reports of current events are carried forward from section to section, and the Complete Xews of t'io World, in full telegrams, is contained in the two .sections. As a Home Journal it has no equal. Its Uaruen and Dairy," "The Family Circle and 'Ihe Home are each of the highest and most helpful character. Its market reports are correct and com plete in every detail. An interesting story is tinned from issue 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 or any family newspaper in the world, and it ought to be Ht every fireside during the coming year. Send One Dollar Only One Dollar- for a year's subscription To-Day, or write for free sample copies to the GLOBE PRINTING CO., St. Louis. Mo. The DAILY fil.OltK-DKMOCltAT is without si rival in all the West, and stands at ecry front among the lew REALLY tilt EAT liows-iiipers oftlie "World. Daily. Including Sunday. Daily, Without Sunday. One Year. -sG.OO One Year . . ..$54.00 ! 40 to (50 Pages, fi Months. . . . :U)0 1 i Months. . . . -J.no , One Year . . ..S2.U0 .3 Months 1 .00 '. Months 1.00 Months 1.00 BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID. Notice of Final Settlement. statu of Misori:i. i , County of Holt. i ' In the Probate Court. In the matter ofthe estate of Martha Work man, insane, M. I. Walker, Cuanliaii. Tifnliom it may concern : All iersnns interested In the above it:ite are hereby nt.tlliii' that on the 12th day of Febru arv. lint, helm: til- M day of the February term. l'"H. "I Ihe Probate Comt ot Holt county, urns soon tber?aller as I can In heard at said court. I will make to and with said court, my final settlement as guardian of the estate of Martha Workma , an insane person, mm de ceased : that a JuM and true exhibit of the ac count between myself and said ward ha been made an I tiled in said Probate Court. Dated this 3rd davof .lauuarv. HKil. M. I. WAI.KIilt. (iuardian. Final Sett lenn'iit. Notice is hereby given to all creditors and othersinterested in the estate of Stephen I'.dtl lins. deceased, tVat the underMned exe cutor hi charge of said estate.intends to make a tlna! settlement thereof at the next term ofthe Probate Court of IlMltComitr.Stateof Missouri, to lie becuii and holden at Oregon on theltth day of February. ' ALBEUT r.OECKER, Executor. 1 the tlin if& for nearly fifty years, and found it to he - y -ecs ; 1 1 u m- jsp Size can Now Dc had at by all Druggists and General The Great Republican Paper of America. Globe-Democrat Dollar a Year. departments devoted to "The Farm, Sunday Edition. 1 Notice or Final Settlement. STATU OF MISSllCKI. County ot Holt. ) s- In the Probate Court of Holt County. In Uie matter or the estate of Kmiiia .1.' Caey. minor. M. I. Walker, linardiau. To Kinma.l. Phillips, formerly Kmiiia .T.Caey, and .lames T. Phillips, her husband, yon are hereby untitled that on the 1.1th dav of" Febru ary, lyil.bvlii: the .'.III day of the Februarv.lWI. term of the Probate Court of Ihe county of Holt or as soon thereafter as I can be beard at said court, I will make to and with said court, my final settlement as guardian of the estate of Kmm.i.l. Caey mr Kmma.l. Phillips; that a just and tnie'exhibit of the account lxdweeii myself ami said ward has l.een made and tiled in said Probate Court. Riled thisSd dav of .1 aintary. 1:kH. M. I. U Al.tvKU.Hn.inlian. Final Settlement. Notice is herebriven to all creditors ami others Interested in the estate ol Scott. I. Ilaker. deceased, that the r.iidrrsigned ad in'nistrator in charge of said estate, intends to make a final settlement thereof at ttie next termor ihe Probate Court of Holt Conn tv. Stale of Missouri, to be begun and holden at Dr.'goli. on the lltli day or r eiirnarv, i:n. il. II. WALKER. Public Administrator. lemedji an excellent remedy for all bronchial and Hall Price Dealers. Order oi Publication. STATIC "F MISSOUKI, . County nt Holt. I- In the l'roliatr t'liurl ithetpimty nf Holt and State nf Missouri. February Term, IW)1. In the matter of the estate ! I. W. Winter! ileeeascil. Ceiircc II. WeWster. Kxeciitnr of said estate. llnlrol riltmcatlon. Ceorpe II. Webster, exrfntnr. of the estate nf I. W. Wetister. lUoeasetl. pre sents to I lie "uurt hit retUion praying lor an nrclrr inr (lie sale in so ratten ni uie real estate of -iM deceased as will pay anil sal-i-Iv the remaining iletits due liy said estate .and yet unpaid fnr want nf siiltle lent assets, acenm paulrd liy tliearcnnnts, lists and Inventories r?.iitreil liy Uw in such case, on examination whereof it is milered th-tt all persons interested in Hie estate of said deceased lie notified thai aiiplirnllnii a aforesaid has been made, and that unless the eniitrurv be slimvu on or before the lir-t lav of the nexl term of tills court, to be belit on the llth of Frbiuary next, an or der villi lie in uie for I be sale of Hie whole, or so Hindi of It s re.il estate of said deceased a n ill be siiftlcent for the payment of said debts; and It is further ordered thai this notice be published in some tie wspaiier ill this county for tour ueekfi before Ihe next term of this court. STATIC OF Missmmi. I Conntvof Holt. f ' I. Ceo. w. Murphy, Judge of the Probate Court within and for said county, hereby cer tifv that the above Is a true copy of the original enter of publication thereld referred In, as the same appears of record In my office. Witness my baud as Jiulue and the seal of our seu1 said court. Hour at my office in Ore gon in said county. this3lst day of llecember. A. I)., taw. CEO. W. MUKPHY. .Inline of Probate Court. Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given to all creditors and others interested in the estate of Peter lluha, deceased, that tne undersigned administrator with will annexed in charge of said estate, in tends to make :t final settlement thereof at the next term nf the Probate Court of Holt County, State of Missouri, to be begun and holden at Oregon on the tlth dav of February. VMl. M.ll. WAl.KEIt, Public Administrator. Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given to all creditors and others interested in Hie estate ofj Chas. .1. M. Sterrett. that the undersigned tadmin istralor in charge of said estate, intends to make a Coal settlement thereof at the next term nl the Probate Court of Holt Conn tv. State of Missouri, to lie tieguii and holden at Oregon on the nth dav of February, tout. l. I. WAl.KEIt. Public Administrator. WHAT'S IN A NAME? (Benson's Platter is Pain's lasttr.) In tho days of 'wild cat money in the West, the Ames Rliovels were used as cur rency. They were as stable as gold ; their price till not vary a cent in twenty years. The very name of Oliver Ames & 8on, was a synonym for honesty. It was current all over the world. On the same principle Benson's Porous Plaster is the universal standard external remedy. To say it is a "good" piaster does not describe it ; ft m the lnt pomble platter. For every disease in which an external rem edy is available, Benson's Plaster is used almost ns a matter of course. ltenon's Plaster quickly relieves and cures where other modes of treatment are either exasjienitinKiy slow or have a j good effect whatever. Conghs, colds, lumliago, kidney trouble, rheumatism, lame back, etc., nro itt once. Inetited and soon cured. Capsicum, Strengthening and Belladonna plasters haie none of the curative virtues of Benson's. .More than 5,000 physicians nud druggists have commended Benson's Plaster as it remedy in which the public may have implicit Confidence; while, in a comparative test with other plasters, Ben son's has received jifly-fite higheit auardt. Beware of su'.istitutes and cheap imitations. For Kile hi nil ilriltrri f a rr tr vtlln. ay postage on any numlier ordered in the uueu ouiies on receipt oi Zic. eacn. oeaonry s, juunson, Aug. unemigta, H.Y. $1000 GIVEN AWAY Reliable and energetle men or wormo. Nrner riris. sxe wanted to evT Iowa to rearacat THK I.EDNER MONTHLY. "Aawrlea's Una! JaaUy Jfacruine." The lCarr Xeachljr la aMrblaM publication, prtated on sm vaaer, wltfe a tsssufal cover la colors, and Intereata all BwatBcn of taa family. All Rabacribrrm Tor 1901 reeJT oar Bixpero 3-panel caionar raaa. Ageanai ara Jf " enmmhnittni and alas ahara In SI 000 thoao who aead the areateal nambar of aaaacxla- BITManai sena ntjrm aaracwan. K8BKKT MMNKaVS MRS. new TStft Gettlaar Alomar. "I'm getting along," r-aid Mr. Cum rox. "I'm progressing slowly but surely." "In what?" "Culture. I've been traveling around with Mrs. C and the girls until I'm getting right refined. But there s one thing I don't think I'll achieve. I don't believe I'll ever be ible to go into an antique store and tell the difference between bric-a-brac and junk." Washington Star. Her Face Showed II. "Good night, papa," s-aiil the sweet young girl. "Huh!" grunted the old man. "that young fellow's gone, eh? I wouldn't have anything to do with him. dear. He's a conceited dude." "Why, pa. you never eeu saw him. Why do you say that V" "Because if he wasn't he wouldn't use black cosmetic on the tiling lie calls a mustache." l'hiluilelpliia Press. The Kraioa Why. "So you're goiiifr to be married again? To whom?" "To my late wife's sister." "Is she handsome or rich?" "Neither." "Then why do you marry her?" "To tell the truth, it's liec.iuse X want only one mother-in-law !" Ileilre Welt. To Ret It OnT Ilia Manila. "Here's live cents,'' said the sharp- featured woman. "You'll o and spend it for whisky. Yon know vou will." "Madam." responded TufTold Kuiitt. lifting his weather-beaten remains nf a hat with inipressite dignity. "I nrsk yon not to believe uothin' of the kind. I'm goin' to sjiend it fur hsiviu tue hands manicured." Chicago Tribune. The Subject Aronaril Her. "Up to Jim Blodgett's, eh? They say .lims wife isn t much of a talker." "She isn't? She kept me until after 12 o'clock and never gave me a clinuee to get in a word edgeways." "What was she talking about?" "About the chances she hail In get married before she met .lini." Cleve land Plain Dealer. Waalasa; at tbe Hone; moan. "What did you ever see in me to in duce you to marry meV" she asked. "Xothing." he replied. "What!" she cried, indignantly. "Oh. il isn't your fault." he replied soothingly. "I evidentlv had visions and I ought to have consulted an ocu list at the time." Chicago Post. Dear Utile Tfalnu. Miss 1'ppprey Still dreaming of Miss Bttddilip. eh? Cholly Aw, yes. That wosv niniith of herst It fills my mind to the ex clusion of all else. Miss I'epprcy What a delicate compliment! But is it reallv so small as that? Philadelphia Press. KaoOT All About It. He claims to be very systematic- says he's as regular as u clock." 'He is." 'You know him, then?"- 'Yes. I know him. and I also know something about clocks. He's as reg ular ns one of those 9u-cent alarm clocks." Chicago Post. Tbr Xext Pay. Jack Who is that fine-looking girl that just bowed to you? Tom (gloomily) Oh. she's my sis ter. Jack Why. old chap. I wasn't aware that vou had a sister. Tom I didn't know it mvself until last night. Chicago Daily Xews. Relieved la the Theory. Mrs.- Bacon Do yon believe the moon shining on a person will make him silly? ' Mr. Bacon I guess so; you know I proposed to you in the moonlight, dear. Yonkers Statesman. ArcoMBllahed Ilia Wlah. To be a big; gun Was what he desired. Bo first he got loaded And then he was fired. Judge. WASTED TO HEAR TUB LATEST. Ladr (to applicant for place) Mrs. Flight v doesn't give you a very good character: in fact, she says you lis ten at keyholes. Well, I'm willing to overlook that, and engage you on one condition. Applicant What is that, 'in? . Lady That you tell me every single thing you overheard at Mrs. Flighty's. Ally Sloper. New Deaaltloa. What's overconfidence?" asktd the Pert Clerk. 'It's getting married." piped up the Henpecked Boarder. Syracuse Her ald. Tbe Chief Maaraer. "She may have a temper, but she is interesting. Did she ever get over the death of her husband?" "Yes; but her second husband is in consolable." Harlem Life. Keeps the Haaae Warm. She; Does your wife ever boil with gas.' He o; she generally boils with rage. Yonkers Statesman. Hew Train Berrice Between St. Joseph and Chariton, la. Via Oraat City. Attention ia directed to tbe new train eerricti of the C Ti. & Q. between St. Joseph, Mo and Chariton, lows, via the new line lately completed between Grant City and Albany Junction. In addition to trains 111 and 112 be tween Chariton and Kansss City via the old main line, there are new trains 114 and 113 ruontng aa follows: No. Ill daily except- Sunday from Chariton to St. Joseph via Bethany Junction, Grant City and Albany Junc tion, leaving Chariton 5:45 b. in., arriv ing St. Joseph 1230 roor, making con nections at St. Joseph with south liound. traio of the K. C St J. & C. B No. 20. Xorth bound trains from Kansas City, No. 15 and 21 connect at St. Joeeph with CRtQ. train No. 113 leaving St. Joseph daily except Sunday at 2:1 p. m., running north ria Albany Junction Grant City and Belhsny Junction, ar riving Chariton 93p p. m. L. Wt Wakkuev. Genera Paeseoger Agent. What Shall We Ifav for Ioh- sort. This pieplion nri'es in the family every d. L-t us ansuer it to-day. Try Jell O. 'i itelieinus d--pert. Pre pared in tito in in uie--. "n baking! add but water .-.rut .ft tn cieil. Flavors: i lnion, 0.-Mie. Ro.pl.erry and Straw y an 10 tt i lrry At ..ur uri-err-. 10 ct. CONSTIPATION tho frequent cnurf 'A am iuiK-IUj una many other mrr locaUIs fiiou! J I it r bem irlpvtoj. The objection to the usual cathartic remnllv. 1. thrlreotflre reaction which tncrauea conrtlp-itlun ln!.nd tf curing it. PARK UK'S UIN(JK TUMC Ij the prvj-r rcnied). It artson the Llrer. and when iw-tl niliri-i-ci, ijennanenUriwnovrs the conti gallon. j cu. J1.W -aJlDrugglcU. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE a -samaaaaaaaaaar tradc marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a rketch and deacrlptinn ma) Quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Invention U probahlr patentable. Communlos tton; ctrictly cnnrMcnt Id. ItandLook on Patents sent free. titdeMt acency formsmrtnir patents. Patents taken tlinnnrh .".tunn A Co. receive tprrW not Iff, without chante. In tho Scientific nrm'm. A handsomely lllot rated weekly. ?nret r!-. culatlon of any aeienttdc liurnal. Tcrnia. $-1 a fe:xrz fonrrmmtln ft. Nild by all newsdealer. MUNN 4Co.36,BfMd-Hew Yitrk Branch Omce. 3S V SU Washlnst n. tl. c. People Going West or Northwest, should not fuil In write John DeWitt. D vi-inr. Pjiusemter Agent. Burlington R inte. St. .'iisepb, ill',. Ill older to get Mie 'j st rati-e, Mie best ttain service and ill tlse tn.vellii n ttitiifnrtt which :lirHi-terize tins railroml. Letters or 1 1 1 1 r Mill alwavs li iinsAered with hut fair l"'ilnm winch ha inmle the Itirlti"i;t ir. ! utc what it i. the ro.nl th'itcil' t -ilte tli be-1 Clin (if villi tontlV P'lint II !l'e weJt Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. ! i art i licially tl igests the food and aids J:tttirc in strengthening and recon l meting the exhausted digestive or T.uts. It. is tlielatestdiscovered digest in uiul tonic. No other preparation ii approach it in efficiency. It in nntly relieves and permanently cures v-iR-psta, Indigestion. Heartburn, niilence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. '-. Mcadaclic.ttastrdlgia.Cramps and it liurresultsof iinpcrfectdigestion. c U)c and I. I -arse size contains 2l times Isiiri. BookallaUititdyspensia mailed free spared by E. C. De WITT & CO.. Chicago Sold by S. W A IK EX, Oregon, Mo. Don't let the hand of time paint wrin kles on your face. Keep young, bv keep ing t' e blood pure ami the digestive or gans ui a healthful condition. Herb ne will do this. Health is youth, disease and sickness bring old age. Price, T0 cents. Sold by J C. Philhriek PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Ciet&ufl uxi bcsutir.es the hair. Prn-itlel at ltUUrialRt afnrarfV Wcvcp PalU to Bcrtora Qry uair io lis ioutaiui .e.or. Cure tsra.'p tl.ntcf ft hair tailing. Thcre'. no reflection dantty, no iiglit to charming ss the ' mellow glow that comes from CORDOVA i Wax Candies Prepared in msDj color tint to Harmon ut uith hur- hi roaniimc- tn ainint ituiii, urmwiDfr rNiu. lwil rixmi t.r hall S iM t& ferywhrre. Mailt 7y criuniDri j . . TRY THE . . lim SSKE" SEWINQ MAGHIHE. ...i.. ata-at aiHUI IHH ahow!ni- the dif- WHiitrunGiiwHunV're!' ' Sewing Machines we manufactuT e and then prices before jrou purchase any other. THE HEW HOME SEW III MICIIIE CO 01tAXOE,3ZASS I'nlnn s-inne. N. V. rMcatro, PI. St I:l. Mo llilLn-Trtas. Stn Fian-i-n.Cal. AlktiiU.lii COP SALE BY SCII U I.T 1 BItOS., Oregon, Mo Settlers' Excursions. The iSurlingtnn system announces the following rats on sale Tuesdayn of each week, and continuing until Tuesday. Xovemlior 27th: From Kansas City or St. Joseph to Helens, Unite, Anaconda, Montana. and intermediate points on direct line. One way. 62:5.00: Rouml trip, 8KUI0. 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 j Northern: One way, fiS.OO: Hound trip, 815 00. I. W. Wakf.i.kv. (1. V. A. St. Louis, Mo. Jimx Df.Witt, D. P. A. St. Joseph, Mo. Vise Hovrv, Acnt, Forest City, Mo. Persons who puffer from ind:gcstion can not exiect to livo long, because they cannot cat the food required to nourish the liody and the products of the undigested foods thoy do cat poison the blood. Il is important to cure indi gestion as soon as possible, and the best method of doing this is to use the prep aratien known ns KmIoI Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat and re stores all the digestive organs to perfect health. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Feaulalae Diplomacy. "How do yon get on with your new neighbors?" "Very nicely." answered Mrs. Bly kins. "We pursued our usual pro gramme, and as soon as they moved in sent over and asked to borrow their washtubs. flatirons. stove and baby rand piano." "But you have oil such thine your self." Of course. What I wanted to do was to head them off." Washington Star. Perfrrll True. "You tIsapproe nf some of the con ventional fictions?" 1 do." answered Miss Cayenne. "Anil yet I hate biard you exclaim to a number of people: l nm delighted to ee you!'" "The remark was perfectly true in each ease. I shiutTiiir i-.-in.1ik liebtln:!. 'you know." Washington Star. ui iia Iran. "They put the dollar before the tn.ui!" The .ieuker loudly cried. "And then the man sues after It." The audlem-e replkd. -Puck. FOIt KFKTY!t SAKE. r-rmpr ll.ilhele llint--.liu..l I I.m ..i:. i. :.i r ... t 1 l ItfUlirtll ! J I Ulll Ml lltlllli two houses when you only use one. Farmer llinkelspeel Not "tall: you ree. ten der gomes a prairy tire py and sweehs away one house. 1 have de odtler one left. Chicago Tribune. Aiteqoar-. "What are you un tn. my pretty malflT Quoth the modern lrl. quoth she: "Vmi may liol your life I am alw.iys up To whatever', up to me" Puck. .Vol In Ilia 1.1 ne. "Tell me." he said to the grocer's clerk, "just what is the difference be tween this Hrie and that cake of Ca membert? Which do you consider the better kind of cheese, and why-.'" "I must a.sk to be exeusid." was the replv. "Comparisons ot this kind are alvvavs odorous." Chicago Times-Her ald. He iliotTe-l l imraar. "Whom do you consider the great est hero in this town?" asked n stran ger. "till. Ed Summers, of course." "In what does his heroism consist? "He jilted a girl who has two brothers, both prize fighters." Itos- ton Post. The Hare Road. The Old Stager Young man. if you would be successful, you must do two things. First, get some clientele. The Aspirant And second.' The Old Stager- Second, irritate them so thai they will make you prom inent. Harper s Hazar. All la Fair. Ele. "Didn't it make Mr. Stuvvrsant mad to have Mr. Peterby give Miss iteiison hurst a canarv bird'.'" "Well, if it did. he never showed il. He simply hurried up and bought hern cat." Brooklyn Kagle. A Practical Married Man. "My husband has no sentiment. I told him I would have my photograph taken for his birthday present.' "Didn't he like the idea?" "He said he'd rather I'd give him a load of coal." Chicago Itecord. Mlajads-ed. "That man Xewdleson nevrr seems to have a good word for anybody." "Oh. yes. he has. 1 had n seat be side him going home the other night and he praised himself nil the way out." Chicago Times-Herald. Mllle Time Seeded. "I choost vant to sell you a visk proom or a tnster. or " "Oh! I'm busy!" "Yell, it ton't lake a minute unless von vant to beat down der brice!" Puck. Clearing; the Myatrrjr. Jail Official Come, now. you might as well tell us how you escaied. Keen pt tired Convict Well. 1 offered de warden a bribe, and he was so mad he fell down in a fit and I took h:s keys and went out. Harlem Life. Tmunir Uaa Hltchl. "What is bread chiefly used for. Tommy.'" asked the teacher of a small pupil in the juvenile class. "To spread butter on." was the logical but une)ected reply. Cincin nati l-'nquirrr. Ilraaonahlr. Husband I don't see why you have accounts in so many dry good stores. Wife I'eeause. my dear, it makes the bills so much .smaller. Harper's Jtaznr. A Prrpetaal 1'arl I arc. "An umbrella is a pood deal like a fellow's hair." remarked the Ohscrter of Kients and Things; "ifyou lose it you seldom get it back again." Yon kers Statesman. A Flarrjr. Mr. (iothain (looking over the mar ket reports) The paper says there was quite a flurry in beef yesterday. Mrs. Col hit in (irncious me' Ditl some steers bn ak loose? X. V. Weekly. The Twice-A-Week Republic. Every Monday and Thursday a news paper ns good as a magazine and let ter, for it contains the latest by tele graph as well as interesting stories is sent to the suliscriber of the "Twice-a-Week" Republic, which is only 81 a year. The man who reads the "Twice-a-Weck" R-publit: knows all about affairs political, domestic and foreign events: is j posted .aliout the markets and commer cial matters gcnorally. The woman who reads the " Twice a Week" Republic gatl.ers n bit of valua ble information ab-mt household affairs and late fashions mid finds recreation in the bright stories that come under both the headings of fact anil fiction. There is gossip alsmt new hooks and a dozen other topics of especial interest to the witle-awake man and woman. When-pain or irrit tion exi-its on an part of the lo ly the applii-atior: f Ballard's Snow Liniment will give prompt reli f. Price. 25 aod ;7) cents Sold by J. C. Philbrick. Irebsyterian CAirch Directory. II. A. SAWTKRS, PASTOR. Sbbath school at 9:30 every Sabbath V. P. S. C. E. every Sabbath evening one hour before preaching. Prayer meeting every Thursday .re nin at 7:30 p. m. Preuchinti every Sabbath morning and evening by the pastor. Everybody ctnli.tlly invited to attend above services. Woodvill. p.rst Hnil third Sundat'd of each iin.nl b. Christian Church lHri-rtory. W. T. MXfl'I.N, I'ASTOU. Sun. Uv seh.M-t every Sunihiy. nt 1I.--15 . P racbing on the shci.ihI -m,l fourth SutidaM in each tni.titl,. II :i. ,., nj evening. Prenching ..i. t,e first Hint thinl Suni'tivs in ea.-li iimtitt.. at Union scltii.il hnn-i. .r. S il. K. eer Kut)d;i evening at T o'cIock. J Pinter meelii g evert. I biiiMliiy e j tillig at S .."cl"ik. J Meet.ngnf Ihe Kllicuil linard evi ' fmii lb Sm.ilitt nl ."! p. in. I Ail are ri.nltallt li.viletl In iittenil. K:ini-lti:il 4'liiirih liniiirv. i: K v il v. M K i:s. l. s-i i ) t:. Siiriiiht Sli tl .! lila in. P'iiter ti.- e i.. Tl.ur-ilet et M p. ni. "Services it,i Sin it.ij ii.uiirilg HRii evenu.g. I Jen ti 1. 1 r .i-:iel.n..' rviiH ll.e l-t and :inl Sui.iiin Ml 11 a. m.. ;n .' tl, ,,i Htu 111. Sti'iil-te ; H t. ti Preaching it. X'cl-i'ir- ir.vei.n the 1st hikI :i.-il yi ..as 1 1 S . in., i.t il the Jint i. ml -!. S'.t.l;:- at 11 h in. All are i-i.riti.iiiy init,,l to Mtteii.1. Ori'uoil l'rotili Aoi;itioii. Mi t- the lirst Sdtiinlat Hlleriii.on in IIK'I.I l ht IM I'elnelt. lit tln flirt. I-t t'l"" S. M Stoit. Sci tart . 31. K. Oinrcli I i rectory. llliKV CKAMlTOX, l'Af,Til:. l'eacliii:ir etert SiibliMtli ii.oruiiii HI.. I etelill'i; 11:110 A. il . Mini lit T:"& 1. M. Siti.ilat scli-oi etei t St.ltbtitli. lit 0:4"; a. m. a! li. l:.iit Si.'i t. s. s. 't-.itT iii-et ii. n everi Thursdiiv, nt 7::'.0 f. si. Hpunrilt fje;.i;ue Junior every Sab- b. iili 2:3:) p. in., unil seuinr mie Imur tie fine Teiielittn: etert Sitl-bntb evening. Ittisitiet-t- uieelii.g of tl i Hit; 11 liei.ril tli-tir-l Munilat of eHt-l. m iinlli.at 4-JW, p. m.. I. A. Kreek iSn-t.. of the board. W F. M. Secielt meet. I.e first Siituiihtv of i . -iflt nii'i.tlt. II P. M. Al. K. :iiurcli liira-cliirv t'itj . KKV. KAWKS, IWSTOR. PiescbiLif on the tecoml and fourth Sunday in each mouth, 11 a. tn., evening Preaching on the first and thi'd Sun day evening Sunday echool every Sunday, nt 9:30 b. in. Junior fjeague at 230 p. m.. and Senior L;nne at 7 p.m. J. A. Lease, Pres. Praver meeting every Tueeilny eve ning nt 8 o'cbiek. L lilies mil Mtciety every Friday, at 2:.'io p. m. Mrs. K. A. Scott, president. Preaching. Kimsey school house on tbe first and I bird Sunday mornings. Sunday scIiihiI at 10 a. in. John F. Waggoner. Suf.t All are cordiiilly invited to attend. Christ iuii Church Iim lory if Nw I'oint. ontjn j usvr pastor. Sunday fchool every Sundt, nt 9:30 n. m. Preaching on the first Sundnv in each month. 11 ii. in., tint! evening. V. P. S. C. B. every Sunday evening ht 0:30 o'clock. All are c-irdtallv invited to nttend. Christian Church lirrtiry ot I orient I'itt . IR J I.. STKPHKXSOS. PASTOR. Suiidiiy sfiiool every Sunday at 910 a. in. PreHcbing mi the first mid third Sun dr m ech inontb. II n m. anil eve ning V. P. S. V.. E everv St'tidHt evening at 030 ii'rlticl:. Prater meeting evert Friday evening nt 8 o'clm-k. All are s.nllv invited to attend. iprni:ui 31. I. Church I rectory REV. II. A. S1F.KMAN.N, PASTOR S'lllll-iy Schlllll, 10 A. M. Preaching every tnnday at. 10:45 A. M. Sundat sehiHil mI NmlawHV church at lift) P. m! Preaching everv Sunday nt Ihe Nods- wnv church at 2:10 P. M. Kvrrybudy conliiillv invited lo nttend nbove servicee. Ciirzon C'liristiaii Clmrcli Direc tory or ItliilTCit.v. W. II. ItAKtlMAN. PASTOR. Preaohing on the second nnd fourth Lordsay'a et 1 1 . m. unil 7:.0 p. ni. pt's'o school ench lxirdsdny at 10 . m. Do vou icifer every mocth? If you antwtr "yrs to any of these qt a? at iocs, yoa have ilb which "Wtat of Card id cum. Do yoa appreciate what perfect health would be to yoa? After taking Wise of Card, thorsanth like yoa have real bed it. Nenroos rtrain, loss of taerp. cold i-r huiiguikja starts mesatraal imatdtn that are not tioticcabfc at first, but day by day steadily grow j-atotrooblciome coawflkarion.. wine of Cardm, tacd ht-t before fore the tnco- stroal period, will the female tiystcsa to perfect ition. This medicmf k taken auietiv at home. There is taotbitig like it to help women enjoy good health. It costs only $1 toterttbJs remedy, which is endorsed by 1,000,000 cured wocnea. Mrs. UaaT. Frielwrs, Eart St Loth. UL, says: "I am phyikaHy a atw woman, by reason of my use of Wiae of Carika afd Thedf ortTs ibek Liait.' In eana reqatrttur rpcetal dlraetkma. ad-dreas.fiTtnriyniptoms.-Th Indies Advls rrr Uname-.U" Tba Cbattan.oca Medl. eiaa Cu.. Ctutuauosa, Teon. .f.-ll-O, The New Dessert, nleapes nil the family. Four flayors: L"m t, O-ange, Raspberry and Straw berry. At your grocers. 10 eta. Try it to-day. WW for Women X) Y Arc yoa Bcrvous? W )Or Are vou comcktelr rvhiiaawi? M m