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. Housekeeper Xow, you clear out right square off. or I'll call the hired roan. Tramp Please, mum, 1 only wanted to borry a Bible, if you have one to spare. "Bibles? I've got about 40." "Well, mum, will ye please lend me one a few minutes? I want to read about Belshazzar's feast. Mebbv it w ill star mv annetite till I trit to some town . . . ( - T where people has fewer Bible an' more pipe, a. l. weekly. Voter of Rsperlenee. Sweet Vouni' Thing I am to have my e,oming-out partv next week, you know. Tell me some of the things I must do? Miss Flvppe (who came out several reasons afro) It won't make any dif ference, child. Your riend-, will all say you carried yourself like an angel, and the envious ones will car that ou were pert ami disgusting or that you didn't know what to do with votir hands and feet. Chicago Tribune. Idle Sprralatlon. "Think of it!" Raid the man who takes an interest in science: "there may be millions and billions of people on those distant oints of light up there that we call stars." "Oh, what's the use?" answered the practical politician; "it'll netcr be possible-for any of us to control their votes, anyway." Chicago 1 inies-Her aid. A Clear Explanation. Mrs. IJrown ine idea of coining home in this condition! You're not yourself at all. Mr. Brown Thatsh right, my (hie) dear; thatsh right. Mrs. Brown What is right, sir? Mr. Brown Xot mvself at all. Stashyed too late at the club, and (hie) forgot myself. Town Topics. Sfaklaa; Him Comfortable. Hotel Clerk Front! get a lile and a saw at once. Front Yea, sir. What shall 1 do with 'em? Hotel Clerk A Boston gentleman has just retired, room Xo. 500. Sit outside and file the saw until he gets to sleep. I'm afraid he'll miss the noise of the trolleys. X. Y. Weekly. Hall to the Bride. "That-sounds like hnil," said the blushing bride as the shower of rice truck the top of the carriage which -Sras conveying them to the railroad station. "Well, it is hail to the bride," said the gladsome groom. gleefuliy.-r-Yoii-kers Statesman. tUoat Speed. Mr. Gotham Did your ship break the record this trip? Sea Captain Xo. we met with too many interruptions. "Icebergs?" "Xo, only barks, and schooners, and things. We lost speed every time we hit one' X. Y. Weekly. A Flae "Ethical Dlatlnetlon. "What are you here for. my man?" inquired the benevolent visitor at the jail. ' "Why. you see, sir." answered, the .prisoner. "I tuck something that didn't belong to me by rights, an didn't do it according to law." Washington Star. Am Iajaatlre. She Yon remember, dear, that $300 you gave me the other day to put in the bank? He Good gracious! You haven't run through with that, have you? She (indignantlv) Certainlv not. I "have nearly $50 left. Brooklyn Life. .Both Have Record. "Mr. Woggs. 1 understand your wife has made a record of 900 pies baked last year." "Made a record! Well, where do I come in? I et m." Chicago llec- ord. IaeorrlKlble. The natural dupe ne'er mends his way. So leave him to his sorrow. The man who buys green Roods to-day Will buy gold bricks to-morrow. Washington star. REVERSING THE SENTENCE. First Sharp Gent I've had a strange life 1 think of writing a book and calling it "Men l"c Known and Things I'e Done." Second Ditto I should recommend, "Tilings You've Known and Men You'te Done!' Fun. Cat Oal for This. We often see that men there be Mistaking- their vocation; Itiit tailors all have w hat we call A fitting occupation. Chicago Record. The Coat. "I say. Brown, what did that chil dren's party for your son cost ou?' "Don't know; the doctor hasn't sent in his bill vet." X. Y. World. Jaat a .tnallnw. The Herring Yon have difficulty in speaking? The Trout Yes: there is a frog in mv throat. Chicago Daily Xews. Public Sale. I will sell at Public: Sale in New Point, Mo ,on Tuesday, March 12, 1901, the following described property, to wit: One Couch; 1 Bed Room Set, oak: 1 Eztenaon Table, oak: 1 Double Cup board, walnut; 1 set Dining Chairs, oak; 3 Rocking Chairs, oik; 1 Kitchen Cabinet; 1 Cook Stove; 2 "Heating Stovea;l 3-burner Gasoline Storehouse hold and Kitchen Furniture, Fruit, etc. TERMS OF SALE: All suras of 810 and under, cash in band. On all sums over $10 a credit of 8 months will be given, purchaser giving note with ap proved security, bearing 8 per cent in terest from date. Terms of sale to be complied with before any property will be allowed to be removed. Sale to begin at 10 a m., sharp. GREER CASKEY. E! 8. McDONALD, Auctioneer. The lingering couch following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure. For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives im Biediato results. Prevents consumption. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. QikxI health u precious, an entire set of good teeth necessary to retain It, so Trust Your Teeth Oily to the lost AUe Deitists. FROM A DOLLAR AND CENTS STANDPOINT ALONB, the Try baa) dentistry at a reasonable cost ia economy, for poor dentistry will not but long, sad svaa while it la rts j-ourteeth will not do tbeir proper service. DUTTON BROS, know from broad experience and observation that they ara ptosadsf he Best Dentistry in this Entire Western Crafty. FOR UNLIKE ALL OTTIKRS thmnrhnnt but one branch of Dentistry. Dentistry is rrrr master in all it Branches. 1 nn who attempt all lines do not no peneei wont in any bn-rli. For the above reasons DUTTON BROS, not only draw a large city practice in St. Joseph but i-oiln come from a Inn distance thmaetioiit tlie muroandinic country to them (ana it l.ayn tliem to do ). for they uet a quality of ilrntistiy tbey cannot get elsewhere ia the o-t, and on account of Duttnn Bro,' lanro txioinees tf.ey ean afford to make the moat reaa. nn.ilueprio-stnall. I)niua iwtnl lien j-omlesire an appointment to have roar work done and tlie kind i-f work yon think 3011 nerd. so that e can retain the time for yon with the man lio does jour line of xurk. Should ou desire mora information of us and onr work before yon come, write na as to that and we shall promptly tend yon (free of cost) nil the information yon desire. fa 5l Dr. D W. Dutton Trent mid Fills Teeth. Hi lif i devoted to this irn line. IV-nlt: IVnutiftil andl 11 r:i lle fillingr. Nit -irlitui; teeth nfler lie tills tl.i!II. Ifenieniher.Dutton Kro. priMlucetlie In t Dental vork 10 tlti art of the eoniitry. Gitntlirm atrin. Dr. C. C.'Dutton I'ainlesa Kxlractor He is a tun :iil mfi- man. PRICKS: Cold Fillinsa for . l .SO up All other Fillir ey. . . 75 Ki'liiiK Nerv and Filling-It-nt- . . SI-BO GfM Bri'trewi-t k nwl Crown?, ir tootl'. . f 4.50 s DUTTON BROS., DENTISTS 3 412414 Felix Street. ST. JOSfPR, i:-tii-mler our Location: KNTIIIF. Xi-ndrick. .Jeweler, and 1'nclBc Ei preen THE GREATEST Metropolitan Democratic Newspaper ia the Southwest, The Kansas City Weekly Times ONLY 85 CENTS PEIt YE Alt. All Ibe Ni;s of All tlie World All k Tie. A. A. LESUEUlt, Editor. Fearless," Progressive, Complete. Subscriptions Taken at This Office. The Sentiuel ami Times one year for $1.50. MAYDOLE'S HAMMER. (Benson's Plaster is Pain's Master.) When Slaydole ras told that he made 'a pretty good hammer," he said, "No, I don't make a 'pretty good hammer," I make the best hammer that ever wax made." Every carpenter who saw a Maydole ham mer minted one. It was of the best ma terial, perfectly balanced, and the head never flew off. Hammers were divided into two classes 1st, Maydole's; 2d, all the rest Plasters are separated br the same line of cleavage; 1st, Benson's Porous Plaster; 2d, all the rest. When, for rheumatic pain, a cold, a cough, kidney trouble or any other disease or ailment that may be treated externally, you ask for a nhihter. anv hon est, reputable drugirisa will cive von a Ben- . son's. He notM it fa incomparably the best, and he assumes that vou know it too. As the name of Maydole stood for hammers the name of Benson stands for plasters the "real thing." All the medicinal poten cies that are valuable in a plaster are in Benson's. Capsicum, Strengthening and Belladonna plasters are out of date. An army of physicians and drmmsts. and millions of the people, have 'written of uenson-s tr lasters as a remedy to be trusted. Benson's Plasters have fifty-five highest auxtrd. Accept no substitute. For. sale by all druggists, or we will pre pay postage on any number ordered in the united states, on receipt of 25c each. beanury a. dolinson, Mfg. Chemists, N.X. Wanted Agents for "History of the Watterson. A complete, authentic his tory; illustrated with over 7G full page, half tones and many richly colored pic- 'curee. Large royal, octavo yolume superb outfit, postpaid for only 50 cents (stamps taken.) Most liberal terms e utna rypgllen by IIon.War."unis-Am itiven. ine greatest opportunity 01 ine years. Address: The Werner Company Akron, Ohio. When children have earache, saturate a piece of cotton with Ballard's Snow Liniment, and place it in the car. It will stop the paic quickly. Price, 25 and "t0 cents. J. C. Philbritk. Ofier of Publi cation in Tax Suit. STATKOK MISSOIIItl Count or Holt. ) ;-ss. III the Circuit Court of Holt County, ill said Slate, to the Aprll lerui. I!l. Tlie Stat of Missouri, at the relation mid to IMe use o. Install .1. rierre. collector ot rev-i-ime nitliin and for Hie fntiatv of Holt and Stale Missouri, plaintiff. s. E. K . Uoiild, flelrnOaiit Tax suit. At this ixili dav of Jamiarv. I'M. comes the plaiiitilT herein, hy ller.ry T. Atklre, Ills at omev. and shims t-i tlirt satisfaction of the court, that the defendant is not a resilient of the State of Missouri, and cannot he summoned in this artion liy the ordinary process of law. Wliersiipon 11 is omereii ny tin- court mai sjihl ilefendanl ! not Hied liy puhlicillloil that plaluliff has conimenced a suit nvainst luui hi this itmrt. the ohjei-t and ireneral nature of nhich Is that Plaintiff seeks to enforce the lien of the Mate of Missouri aealtist the following di-serilied real estate, situate. IjIiik and heiiiK 111 lion oiintv.. Missouri, anil neioiigiiu: 10 ine dfeuitaul lo this suit, for certain delinquent Hid hack taxis due thereon, mid unpaid for the vears iKn.lx-iTatid IxiMuith ilitervst therfoiiand costs- leiei uhiii s:iid real estate, as in Hie lie- tltion :m.l lax Kill herein set lortli. lo-wit: iai one (1 1. In hhx'k lventvsix lifil: and that unless the said defendant he and appear at Ihis court at the next term Ihered. to lie lif-uii and holden at the court House. In the rlty of l)rei.'oii. in snid county, nn the !ud day of Apill next. IWI.aud on or helore I lie sixth lav 01 vim term 11 ine lenu snan s ioob con- liime. and if uol. then 011 or before the last day of said term-answer or plead In the petition in s:iid cause, Ihesaiiie nill.as lo him he taken a coiifesseil.and Jiiilanielit will he rendered ntnintlncly. Ami It is iiitiliereit oruereii. mai a copy Here of he published ai-ronlinc to law In the Holt Coitntv Skstinki. for four successive weeks. Hie last Insertion to he at leasl four weeks Im--fore Hie said dav SJii.l of April. l:H. lii.u. n. iiiM.ur.t-r., i 111 k. STATK OF MISSnilKI. I County of Holt. t :S. I. IJeo. V. Hocrefe. clerk of the circuit court of 11 lt County, aforesaid, hereby certify Ihat the above is a true copy of Hie original order of it'hUraf Ion. In the cause the rviu named, as Hie same appears in my ollice. w itness mv nana as ciers. ami me seai 01 win skai-1 court. Done at olllre hi Oresoii, this Mil nay 01 renruarr. lisn. Xo one knows the unliearable torture one undergoes from piles unless they am so afflicted. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is a rjuick, safe and painless cure. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, TScenta. J. C. Philbritk. X Itemed? lor the Grippe. A remedy recommended for patient a afflicted with the Grippe is KEMP'S BALSAM, which is especially adapted for the throat and lungs. Don't wait for the tirst symptoms of the disease;get a bottle today and keep it for use the moment it is needed. If neglected the grippe has a tendency to bring on pneu monia. KEMP'S BALSAM prevents this by keeping the cough loose and the lungs free from inflammation. AH drug- gats soil KEMP'S BALSA M at 25c and the tnt each ha atudiad and entirely too broad for any one man to ba a par- Dr. DeCouagne Crowns. Bridges aaa t'lates. 3 ye ro devoted to mechani cal denti-try. Dutton Bros, guarantee that bs can and will prodoe for yon toe rnn-t beantifal. ssrriesabto and durable work in this I nn you erer sa w in this part of tlie country. KO. Fl.tl 11 over Bert mi treth oa sabctaatlal baas. Office. cm. uom. Aluminum. SilTsr sad f'ellnloidPlaitaatreaaoaabla (j rices. Come in and Let Us Tell You About It. TriiMtee'8 Sale. Wliervat. Kdver Vaudeveiiter. liv liN deed, of triMdatetl the ICthi'ayol Novemlier. lxwt, and flhil lor iworil in the recorder's offlce of Holt count v, Missouri, in Itmik CT, at page 104 of. aid office. -oueri-d In Frank M. Davis as Irnst.-e, lo sfcure the payment oj a certain iiromissory note Inoaid ilenl of trust neverllieil. tfilaiii real it:ile in Holt county, Missouri, ttrsrniieu at nuiows 10 wu The southeast quarter of the south-ast quar ter 01 wcnoii ineuiy-iiuie I'-tjj.iii luwiisiup sixty-two. ftil. o range thirty eigh'. except ten acres on of the north end of said tract; aim 1 lie soiiiuwesi louriii 01 me southeast matter of section Iwenly-iilne.'ln lownslitn slxtj-two of raiiK thirty-eight. And whereas detault lias lieeu inaile in the pavnient of said note, acrordius to the true lenor. and whereas the legal holder nt said note has .re- iiuested me 10 execute said Inist. aceonl lug In lis t.-rms and provisions ; nw llierefore, I nil! on het.uen tin: hour, of 9 o'clock In tlie' forenoon TUKSDAY. Ai'ltll. . I1W1, ami 5 oVlock in the afternoon f talil dav at lie north court house door in tlie city of Oregon Il'ilt county. Missouri, sell at public vendue lor cash In hand, to the highest bidder, the above uescriuen property 10 saiisiy said nrDl aim interest and the costs of executing this trtisl. KKANK M. DAV IS. TniHer. Trustee Sale. Whereas. Cdver J. Vaudeveiiter. b his deed otlrnst.dated the Ztth day of November, 18t, ami men lor recorn in ine 1 ecorti - er s ofllce of Holt Countv. Missouri. In bonk 71-it pKe 472. conveyed to Frank M. Davis as trustee, the following described real estate situated, lying ami being In the County of Holt aim raate 01 aiissoun, lo-wu : The southwest fourth of the southeast nnar teraudthe so-.itlieatt fourt'i ol the south east quarter, except ten acres in a p.ir.illel strip off 01 ine norin euu 01 ine last uescrnieu tony; an beiue in section Twentv-niue. 1 291. in twtishin siily-two, of range 3s. containing "0 acres uy Koveninieni survey. Which deeil of trust was given to secure the payment 01 a certain promissory note 111 saia deed particularly described. and whereas said note is past due and unpaid. Now. therefore. I.Frank .M.Davis. trustee as aforesaid. at the request 01 me legal noiuer 01 aioresaia note and by virtue of the power and authority in me vested by said deed of trust, will proceed to sell the above described real estate for cash at nub'lc auction, to the highest bidder, at the court house door In the city of Oregon. Holt County. Missouri, to satisfy said dent and interest and the cut ot executing the Si.nie, 011 TUESDAY, APltlb 9. I:WI, hetneen Hie linuiKof 9 o'clock In the forenoon and clock in the afternoon of that day. FBANK M. DAVIS, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, flenrge Ailnctnn and Frances Ar IligtHii.his wife, by their dredot trust, dateil Fehmary 2th. Ic.KI, and Hied for record 011 Fehrnarv 2fith. 1'JSiS. in Hie office of the re corder of deeds within and for Holt countv. Stale of Missouri, and recorded In book 78. page 4.v, cnuveyefl 10 ine uiiuersignen trustee 111 irusi to secure ine payment 01 me pronns- mjipv untrt In IIia IH iIim .if tMial ilMiMilwil the pillowing descnlieil real .estate situated lying and being in tlie County of Holt and Slate 01 Missouri. 10-wii: The soiilh hair of the southeast IS , o SK ijuarter of si.tlon-twenty-to. I2i, in town ship sixty-three, CI, nf range No. forty. 140, 'ontaiiiiiiing in an rsi acres more or less. And whereas default has leeii made in the pat niei.t of said note and the interest ! hereon and whereas the legal holdr of the note has requested me lo execute the power vested in me by the terms and provisions of said deed ol imsi. iiiereiore in compliance mm sain re iiiest.aud Hi pursuance of the provision vest' eil in ine by wild deed of trust. I will on MONDAY. Ai'ltll. 8th. 1901. between t he hours nf o o'clock in the forenoon and S o'clock of the afternoon of said day at the north cunrt house door In the Cily of Oregon Holt comity, Missouri, sell at public vendue for casH in nanii, to the uignesi mmier, me anove lescriuiii priqierty in satisty said ueut and in teres! and the costs of executing this trust. OKOKHE I.EIIMKR. Trustee. The stomach controls the situation Those who are hearty and strong are those who can eat and digest plenty of food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food jou want. If you suffer from indigestion, heartburn, belching or any other stomach trouble, this prep aration can't help but do you good. The np st sensitive stomachs can take it. C. O. Proud and S. W. Aiken. Cupid's Capers. i ho following marriage licenses were issued by Recorder Weller during the month of February: Boswell Daniel S, and Lulu C. Wil liams, New Point, Feb 17, by Rev. Sam uel Knupp. Field Ira, of Napier, and Sarah E Bryan, of Fortescue, Feb. 20, by Wni. Kaucher, J. P. Fike Orral, and Ethel llollenbeck. ot Mound City, Feb. 26, by Rev. F. E. Smith. Henderson William, and Fannie Fore man, of Craig, Feb. 16th. Hill Theodore, and Cloe O, Golds berry, of Mound City, Feb. 28, by G. W. I Murphy, Probate Judge. Mumford Miller, of Westboro, and Myrtle Gordon, of Forest City, Feb. 20, by Rev. L. T. Fawks. Miller Harry, and Bertie Cantlin, of Craig, Feb. 13, by Rev. Jno. A. Curry. Roe Charles H. and Cathrena Earl, of Rulo, Neb Feb. 25, by B. M. Beesley, J. P. Strickland Wm. H, and Susan J. Munyon, of Forbes, Feb. 13, by Wm. Kaucher, J. P. PROF. BAKER'S IDEAS. Kotedi Civil Basiaeer Explasf ea Sname f the Faltaetaas Arwaaaaataaf OmI Baaaa Atsaaatas. The Teohnograph, published at the University of Illinois, has an article by Prof. I. o. Baker, a civil engineer, on "Fallacies of Good Road Econom ics," in which he alleges that "falla cious arguments" are sometimes used in behalf of good roads. It is often aid, for example, that a horse in Eu rope does twice as much work as one in America and that bad roads there fore costs the American fanner the cost of feeding onerhalf of the horses plus the interest on their value. But the premise is a mere guess, and the argument assumes that all horses are on the road all the time, which is a great error. The farmer, moreover. needs more horses to raise his crops. thun to haul them to market. It is often estimated that the saving per horse due to improved" roads is from $15 to $25 per year, fins sum multiplied by the manlier of horses given in the last census report, is put down as the annual loss due to bad roa.'s. There is no evidence of the actual loss. Possibly a horse could earn $25 more a year on a good road than on a bad one. though farmers assert that horses are damaged fully this much by being driven on stone roads. .I'.ut in fact only a small per centage of the horses of the country are on the road all the time. It is not -at all clear that with better roads farmers could keep fewer horses. The hauling of crops to market is an inci dent of the farmer's work, not his constant employment. As respects the conclusions of the United States road inquiry office, circular 19, the professor thinks they rest on very imperfect data. It. is absurd to say, he thinks, that the average cost of hauling crops to the market is 25 cents per ton per mile and that the cost of marketing the crop is 26.fi per cent of its value. The real advantages of good roads are that they are more comfortable and less expensive to use during parts of the year; facilitate rural mail delivery: enable children to attend school with less difficulty; add to the social opportunities of the farmer. "The fundamental defect in in the construction and maintenance of American highways." says Prof. Baker, "is the lack of intelligent and efTectiie supervision." Baltimore Sun. HOW TO HANDLE POSTS. Dresalaa aad Settlasr Tfceam la Proper Maaaer la a Taak He qalrlaa; Soaae Care. If to be driven two feet deep, dress two sides in a direct line from lower dotted line of a, 11 inches long, from shoulder to point, making a one-inch point. Then dress the edges from 12 to 18 inches. Edges may be rounded from shoulder to point. A post dressed more 011 one sule than another, as at b and c. will drive crooked. Stake the fence line perfectly straight, us ing three-foot stakes. Then take a one-hnlf-inch rope UK) or 200 feet long, IX' now TO DIMVE POSTS. stretch tight 011 line where posts are to be driven. Saw a block six inches long and drive it into pins one-halt inch square. Drive a pin when each post is to set. Get a mattock, the hoe blade of which is three or three and a half inches broad and nine inches long and the opposite side with an ax blade four inches broad and six inches long. Use the ax and make a mark even with the pins to indicate where posts are to be set. Use the ax again, sink ing deep on either side of pin. Then with two or three vigorous digs with the hoe blade, dig out pin and all, thus leaving a hole 10 or 12 inches deep for setting a post, leaving the sides solid to hold posts from giving sideways, as there is no danger of them going edgewise, as the entire fence joins in support. Raise a poet above a hole and settle down bard, which will cause it to sink still deep er. But eight or ten inches will then be left for the post to lie driven. A few solid jolts from a 20-pound post maul will settle it securely. To gauge the depth, use a straight stick four or six inches longer than the 'posts are to stand out of ground, Put a gauge mark at bottom and a plumb bob on a string to reach near the ground. Set this gauge three or four inches from -post to be driven. lean stick to which the string is at tached about six degrees and govern the fence post by the plumb. Then use a platform, box or stand in wag on, and driving the posts will be of but little labor. A. Uyers. in Farm and Home. Tkc Prairie Dosr to Paaa. The prairie dog must go. The lit tle fellow has clung to his home on the plains more tenaciously than any other of the inhabitants of our desert waste. but has at last reached the end of his tether. Agricultural Secretary Wil son has decided that prairie dogs kill the grass and ruin good grazing land. and must therefore give way to agri cultural civilization. Chemists have discovered a mixture which will make whole villages of prairie dogs fight for the first bite, but which is sure to bring disaster in the end. It is believed that the dog can be destroyed in the course of a few years, and that with his disappearance western agriculture will be rid of a most insidious foe. National Stockman. New Train Service Between 81 Joseph and Chanton, Ia. Via Grant City. Attention is directed to the new train service of the C. B. A Q. between St. Joseph, Mo., and Chariton, Iowa, yis the new lioe lately completed between Grant City and Albany Junction. In addition to trains 111 snd 112 be tween Cbsriton and Kansas City vis the old main line, there are new trains 114 snd 113 running as follows: No. 114 daily except Snndsy from Casriton to St. Joseph via Bethsey Junction, Grant City and Albany J u ac tion, leaving Cbsriton 5:15 s. m., srrir ing St. Joseph 1230 root, making con nections st St. Joseph with south bound, train of the K.C. St J. AC. B No. 20. North bound trains from Kansas City, No. 15 and 21 connect at St, Joseph with' C.B. AQ. train No. 113 leaving 8t. Joseph daily except 8andayat 2:45 p. running north via Albany Jaactioa Grant City sad Bethany Junction, ar r'M lg Chsriloa 930 p. n. L. W. Wakblbt. Qsasral Pissisgir Agent. What Shall We Have For Des ' sert? This queatioo arises in the family every dsy. Let us answer it to-day. Try Jell O, a delicious dessert. Pre pared is two minute'. No baking! add hot water and set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, OrsDae, Raspberry snd Straw berry. At your grocers. 10 cts. taSM-atadatwteMalaetaa,TaaoaJHaaato tl ImaohMeOoato tba Hlhiii matliaiMillmi wMeb atctaaata aoaaapatloa laataadoC aiaaam tokkTu ttw sravrr n fjrar. aa4 whea sd m dtrscwd, tatuiatlaiMna lacfcasuTfr laataad at cartas at. PARKER'S 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Traoc Mmm Dcatofw CoptmaiiTa Ac Anions unffina a altatek aa4 daterlntlno row qalefctr aarartarn oar optoioa fra wbacfeer ao laventkai at atobalilrpatattHMa, Commajilry UooaP1cljjrr nriSaillaL HaiaaobofconPatenu ant fraa. Ofclaat aaaucr for atnlua patecu. man takaa tSooch Mara a Co. receive ajjarail aaHat, waaoot aavsa, la tas Scktitific nmim. A haadaometr Bastratad weeklr. 'wattL eolation ot any aelnttan joornaL Term. S3 a rear: t oar nontaa.fi. SoMbyaU newsdealer. People Going West or Northwest should not fail to write John DeWitt. Division Passenger Agent, Burlington Route, St. Joseph, Mo in order to net ibe best rates, the beet train service and all those travelling comforts which characterize this railroad. Letters or inquiry will always be nnsirered with that fair dealing which hris made the Burlington Route what it is, the road that can take the beet care of you to any noint in the west. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. ItlsthelatestdlscoTered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation an approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigesticn, Heartburn, liitulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, !ckHeadacbe,GastraIgIa,Cramps and lotherresultsof imperfect digestion. leS0c.aodtl. Lante size contains tK times m 1 1 slze.Book all about dyspepsia mailed free rcparcd by E. C. DsWITTA CO.. Chicago Sold by S. W. AIKEN, Oregon, Mo. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM . EM DCSOUIstS UVOaVB. sa lniit-iaiit sTnifrth. Vmr fill to BMtofti Ony SUIT w lis ipaiUHl www. OoMi itsJp 4im- efchftiMaUiiaX. . . TRY THE . . NEW ME" SEWIN UUSK. M WUTE FN Citf LAB SSeV'Ji -"-rbcrers yea parcasss say other. TKKflMfflm raloaSiraan,lT.T. C-deaao, in. pUat,Trxaa. Saa ftaaclKO,Cal. 8t.lmU.lfo. SORSALEBV SCHULTE 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, U0.00. 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 wsy, 128.00; Round trip, 145 00. Iu W. Wakei.ky, G. P. A. St Louis, Mo. John DeWitt, D. P. A. St Joseph, Mo. Vina Hotkt, Agent, Forest City, Mo. TheTwice-A-WeekKepublic. Every Monday and Thursday a news- paper as good as a magazine-and bet- j ter, for it contains the latest by tele-1 graph as well as interesting stories is sent to the subscriber of the "Twice-a- Week" Republic which is only tl a year. The man who reads the "Twice-a- Week" Renublic knows all about affairs political, domestic and foreign events; is Dosted'about the markets and commer cial matter generally. The woman who reads the " rwice a- Week" Bepablie gathers a bit of valua ble information aboat household affairs aad late fashions aad finds recreation in the bright stories that com under both the hesdiasTs ot fact and fiction. There LaH ill CORDOVA Jy HfWax Caisies f EmSBaaM ftoaarcdiataiarrolortiiiW ; ES-ES-H t aamoaixa vith rur- SfJr-J ESEEESa naadiaas In dinici: .11. BBBBBBaa aad aL 'tT'ld' ' f'' Bratra. is gossip about new books and a dozen I ,11, 7. a" Z othertopios of espscisl interest to the;oPu?OTOther harmful drug." Sold by wide-awaae asaB ana woman. , i i Faratlaa- by Eleetrleltjr. German land owners and agricnl lurists are now using electricity for farming purposes. According to Mr. Hughes, the United States consul at Coburg. a company, composed of farm' ers in the vicinity, has been organized near Och?enfort." in Bavaria, with the object of establishing an electrical sys tem for ue on their farms and in the nearby villages. The power, says the consul, is to be generated by steam and water, and the current is to be distributed from a central station to the places at which it is wanted. Sub stations are also to be estaii.ished at given points, and in them will be the neccary apparatus for forming con' nections with the farms and villages and for lightintr houses, offices, roads and village street!. Through the aid of this system. it is claimed, many modern electrical appliances can he used to advantage on the farm, and optimistic a;riciilliirils do not hesi tate to predict that within :i few years all the farmers in (ierniany will fol low the example of those at Ochsen- fort. X. V. Herald. Price f Spldera. A dealer in natural hbory pt-ci mens, who ha a little chop in the east end of London, has diroverrd that there is a marktt for spiders. The spi ders are o!il liy the hundred, the prices ranging from 1!- lid. to :!... and the buy' ers are small firms of wine merchants. These merchant, stock their cellars with new. freshly labeled wine, sprin kle dust upon the Inns and admit the spider., who weave their webs from cork to cork. The cobwebs naturally- lead the customers to believe that the wine has lieen stored for years, and highrr prices are therefore obtained. The insects are collected from all parts, und some of the large ones of the gar den variety are particularly prized, as they weave a particuiarh strong, thick web. When received these spiders are placed in a large cage of very fine wire netlmg and are fid daily on small in sects-. London Answers. Wh) Ie.vr .Son la Xut a Sailor. If a bov ha, 110 inclination to be come a sailor. I should crrtainly not encourage him to In-come one; and. eten if he has the desire. I should make sure that it is not a temporary craze for advent lire. Many boys who ship aboard a vessel when they are 15 or Hi are very sory for it a few years later. To he really successful in the uavv, a man must have his heart in the work, and a young man who dislikes the sea can never distin guish himself in the service. My son is not in the navy. The reason is that he seemed to have no inclination, that way. and I refused to spoil a good business man in In 111 by making a poor bailor. Admiral Dewey, in Suc cess. The Maklngr of Hrrf nraerjr- In the collecting of perfumes two processes are employed. In one, the grease process, boxes with glass bot toms are prepared, the bottom being covered with pure grease, or suet, and the flowers, gathered fresh every day during the season, are laid, on trays in the box, the grease being left to absorb their fragrance. In the oil process the place of grease is taken by cotton batting saturated with oil, the process being substantially the same. In both cases the vehicle be comes impregnated with the essen tial oil and odor of flowers. X. Y. Herald. Sane and Splee. Constant contradiction is the domes tic wasp whose sting is retaliation. Courtesy is the best known -brand of lubricating oil for making the wheels of the hottseho.d machinery run smoothly. The woman who prides herself on managing her husband is seldom called "my dear little wife. The woman who is most fit forlleav en is the one who can have her two dearest, friends tell her. separately, each side of their quarrel and not side with either one. Detroit Free Press. What a Thlrat. "The boss at the quarry bet Tim he couldn't drink four quarts of whis ky iu as many hours." '"And did Tim win thebet? "He did." "And then what did he do?" " "He went off and got drunk with the monev." lloston (Jlobe. Be Plntra Milliards Beat. A Xew York theatrical manager lately received a letter of introduc tion which described the presenter a.- an nmliitinus 011ng actor of much merit an all-aroiiml. player. It thus concluded: "He plays .Macbeth, ltich elieu. Hamlet. Shylock and bi'liards. He plays billiards best." I -o Doolit. ! Mis-tre.-s Did you tell the lady I was I out? ' Servant (Jirl Yes. ma'am. Mitress Did she seem to have any doubts about it? Servant (Sir! Xo. ma'am. She said ahe knew you wasn't. X. Y. Herald. School Waa All Itlaht. Mrs. Van Hlumer My children have been to school now two terms -.tid have made scarcely any progress. Mrs. Withcrby How s-ad. And it's such a good school, too. Detroit Free Press. Ia the Vri. There are few people who are more often in the wrong than those who cannot endure to he thought so. Kocliefoiicauld. Rvldeatlr. Green Where did golf originate? Crass I believe it was tirst spoken in Scotland. I'uck. Hesvarr of Startla Oae, A cruel story runs on wheejs, and every hand oils the wheels as they run. (ieorge Kliot Aokncy, Ia., Oct 17, 1800. Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. Gents: I have used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin with marked success. I unhesitatingly recommend it to those suffering with stomach trouble or con stipation. It's certainly a blessing to humanity. You are at liberty lo use my testimonial. Very respectfully. F. M. Wilooxsox. At T. S. Hinde & Son. A Good Couch Medicine for Chil dren. "I have no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says F. P. Morsn, a well known and popular baker, of Petersburg, Va. "We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs, also whoop ing cough, and it has always given per fect satisfaction. It was recommended to me by a dminri-t as the best cough v. w. rroua. Poultry Wanted! -BY L. C. SHUMATE, FOREST CITY. MO. TiH silnv, .March 12, IUOI. We will pay the following prices in cash: Ili-l-vanil rililrl. jit-r tminiil . . . All Ynuii KiMi-irrs. irr NHtml .. All Kut llrti Tiirfci-i. -r mhiii. All Fa Ymiii): liolilnris. n-r niiiil. Olil l'i'lill-r.'-rlMiiii.l.... Fiit llncks, (full fnttlii-reil t iniiiiiiI Fat Cersr.flull fi atlii ieil) perili'2- u Olil K-iosters, -r ilnzen RememlM-r the dates. r-Uels 4'. els i-'tcts ft Ct' 'icts T rts -t . 1 :m Don't tie them, all can get coops that can Craws to be empty. Sick and un marketable poultry, ciooked breasted and poor turkeys not taken. Hold poor young Turkeys- until fully developed. L C. SHUMATE. Poultry Wanted! BY SWIFT & COMPANY To lie delivered at Teare Bros Store. Forest City Wednesday, Iilnrch i:t. 11MH. For which the followinir cash prices will be paid: llnis - ... . Yoiinit K'Mistrrs ... .. ... Hen Turkeis. n-r mmhiI Yiiiiiir Ciihlilers. mt iniiiihI KVIs I ct ..li'JCU els OI11 Cnlililer. per imhhiiI .... 4' jets fat iiiu-ks. lull feallii-rril.iier imiihuI cts r:ii lii-csi-. inn irauiereu. i er mum-i. .4 i t i-iiiuixiMi-rs. i-r oiizeii .. I .Ml Poultry must be free from food. Craws must be empty uhn weighed. Uulls, sick and unmarketable poultry not wanb-d. Please watch this xd and cet the highest sash prise for your poultry. Correspondents Wanted Write to us if vou want to learn ahat Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will do. or cull at our store and get a trial bottle. Ten doses 10c. st T. 8. Hinde & Son. TRIAL TBEATMEHT B . B.B.FRSE Cures Blood Poison, Scrofula, Eczema Bheum itism, and all Blood Troubles. The Ilotai.ie Itloo.l Balm (R. B. R.( treatment for impure blood and skin disease is now recognized as n sure and certain uiire for the mutl advanced stages of cancer, eating soree, eczema. itchinK skin humors, scabs or scales. s ihilitc blond poitnn, scrofula, ulcere, persistent eruptions, pimple-, boils. aches and pains in bur.es, joints or buck. swollen glands, rising and humps on the skin, rheumatism or catarrh, or any form of skin or blond diee-ise. Men. aomen anil children are beinn cured in every state liy Hota-iiR Itliind B tlm for punfyipg th blond, and expellin th irerms anil hunims from lhn entire oy- em, leivunt th- elf in fre fr.im er'ip- tions, anil rosy with -vi lem o nf pure, rich blood. No safTr.-r need longer diepair, help s iii lianil, no matt. r how many dicniirH--e!iieii!s yni mai have met until. Il it-ti(: IS.'onJ RmIih (It. B. B ) ciirw. i-enn-iiiHiitly tid qu-cUly fo c-Ml-s'y the donbvrh w will tive to any sufferer h t-ial lr-Hiii.e:.t Hb-ulutely tree filial Hey m ti-l fiis i:nder ful rrmeil;. It It. B (Biter.ir Blood Balm) Milu b i-ll ilrun Ml. lies wnb com-pUt- din cm n- fur Ihmim- trealnient for i pt-r Inri li it. V.ir frtftrinl treal- mi-ii'. adrM- I'.'imm! liiim C-... 8 Mm-li ell Street. A Iti.tii. Oh., and Trial Treat ment Will liei-enl i.t mice. Write lo-dnv. D.-srnli trmil b-. hih! fr m-' ical mIvil- ai-R. (ier ll)0il iluiitar tf stimoiiials f cure-- lit ti-intr Blnoil Balm. Tli'i'inik lily t-i-leil fin ll Iran. Poultry Wanted! Delivered to my poultry house Mound City, Mo., Monday and Tuesday. Mart h 1 1 and 12, HMM. Hens, per iioiinil Ynnnje Roosters Hen Tinkers, per pouml Tom Torkevs.per pnnnil.... l!ees. per rlwen Darks, per dozen . . Roosters, per dozon Remember the date. WM. McKEE. Prof. Ivison, of Lonaconing, Md., suf fered terribly from neuralgia of the stomach and indigestio nfor thirteen years and after the doctors failed to cure him they fed him on morphine. A friend advied the use of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure and after taking a few bott'es of it he says, "It has cured me entirely. I can t say too much for Jiodol .uyspep- aia Cure." It digests what you eat C. Ol Proud and 8. W. Aiken. ,ie I ". e I --- j;!; .. .I!".."H"sou ' . u I 201 PreTsayteriaa Church Director. R. A. SAWTXBS, PASTOR. Sabbath school st 9:30 every 8abbath V. P. 8. C. E. every Sabbath evening one hour before preaching. - Prsyer Besting every Thursday eve ning st 7:30 p. in. Preaching every Sabbath morning and evening by the pastor. Everybody cordially invited to attend sbove services. Woodville F.rot and third Saads)'s of each month. Christian Church Directory. W. T. MAUPHt, PASTOB. Sunday school every Sunday, at 9:45 a. Preaching on the secoud and fourth Sundate in each month. 11 a. m., and evening. Preaching on the first and tbiru Suniiajs in acli inoiith, at Union school hnu-r. Tt. P. S. C. E. every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Prater meeting every NiursdHy eve ning at 8 icli.ck. Meeting of the ollicial ImiiinI every fourlli Siiiidn) at .1 p. ni. All art cordial! tiiviled to attend. Kv;iu;eliiiil Church liriur.v. REV. II. K. JIVKKS. PASTtlK. Sunday SchiK-l at 0 a. hi. I'rajer meeting Thuri-dat at 8 p. m. Services ever. Sunday morning and evening. Regular preaching services the let and 3rd Sundays at 11 a. in., and the 2nd and 4th Sundays al 8 p. in. Preaching ai Nirkeb's Grovt, on the 1st and 3rd Sundays nt 8 p ni., and the 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a. m. All are cordially muted to attend. Oregon Protective Association Meets the tirit Saturday afternoon in each month al l30u'ulock. at the office of K. a Benton. , S. M. Stout, Sj-crt-irj. 31. E. Church Directory.. IIESKY CRA1IPTOS, PASTOR. Preaching every Snbbnlh morniug and evening 1100 a m.. and at 7:30 p. M. Sunday sclnxil ever) Sxbbalb, at 9:4": A. M. A. H. Itail Su t. S. S. Prayer m-etii.g every Thursday, at 7-30. p. at. Ep worth League Junitr every Sab bath 230 p. m.. and senior one hour be fore preaching everj Salbath evi-ning. Business meeting of the clUcix! board the first Monday of each tu oulh.at 430, p. m. J. A. Kreek See., of the board. ' W. F. M. Society meets the first Saturday of each month. 3 P. M. M. K. Church Directory Forest City. KCV. FAWKS, PASTOR. Pi etching on the second Htid fourth Sunday in eHoh month, 11 a. m., evening. Preaching on the first and thi'd Sun dy evening. Sunday school every Sunday, at 930 a. ra. Junior League at 230 p. m.. and Senior League at 7 p.m. J. A. Lease. Pres. Prayer meeting every Tuesday eve ning at 8 o'clock. Lidiesaifi svciet every Friday, at 2-30 p. m. Mrr. E. A. Scott, president. Preaching. Kimsey school house on the first and third Sunday mornings. Sunday school at 10 a. m. John F. Waggoner. Supt. All are cordially invited to attend. Christian Church Directory of Mew Point. ORUO J. LAW PASTOR. Sunday school every Sunday,. at 9:30 a. m. Preaching on the tirst Sunday in each month. II a in , and evening. V. P. S. C. E. every Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. All are cirdiallv invited to attend. Christian Church Directory of Forest City. DR. J L. STM-HF-VSO. PASTOR. Sunday ecnool every Sunday at 9:30 a. in. Preaching on th first and third Sun days in each month. II a. m. and eve ning. V. P. S. C. E everv Sunday evening at (oTO oVWk. Prayer meeting everv Fiiday evening al 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. German M. K. Church Directory REV. II. A. SIKKJMK.T. PASTOR. Sunday School, 10 A. M. Preaching every bunday a'. 10:45 A. M. Sundat scbiail at Nodaway church st 1-.THp.m1 Preaching everv Sunday al iheNoda wnt church at 230 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to attend above services. CurzoR Christian Church Direc tory or Itluft'City. W. II. ItAKUM M. PASTOR. Preaching nn the hlhihI and fourth Iyirdi-ae t 1 1 a. m. and 7:.0 p. m. pi'' school idi Ijordmla at 10 a. ra. -Ts-; v. y -.agnized the world over 'presenting the highest . pc cf excellence In bfcyc!f- construction :., MH W1THIR REACI OF ILL Wonarch Roadsters $50 King and Queei, nost ja $25 Wc- .cw farther bei taacUiai tl established repntaltoa cu le bad tt tlififle prtaB MoMfCfc Cfcaiwless $75. Saod for CaMdoaroe agents wanted ia opaatarritory H0VA10H 0T0LE MFS. 00 HabfcisaMrssae5eBa CttatcasaSaasMtauNCWTMs! Ride t ateMiti ai Iiep ii Fntt tWrstsVsS .Tell-O, The New De.Hsert, pleases sll the fsmily. Four flavor: Le-tnnn, Orange, Raspberry sad Straw berry. At your grocers. 10 eta. Try it to-day. VAV