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ONE WORDwiNriii Tutfs. It refers to Dr. Tutt'i Liver PtHs MEANS HEALTH, Are yarn cowstleattd? Troubled with ladlgcstfea? Sick teadache? Vlrtlgo? Batons? , lasomala? NY of these syawteM aad hut ethers Indicate Inacttoa of the nmr, atU aaaVBraa. iun s mis Take No Substitute. Soft Harness Ton caa make yoor har ness aa soft aa a glova and M touch as wire by Mine IURBKA Har. aeso Oil. You can lengthen Ita Ufa make it List twice sa looc as U orxUoaxlly WNNj EUStEKA HaritssOi a noor looalnz bar- like new. Muda of, ! near? Dooieu on. ea-; aeiaii awidi y Drcia n-a 10 wun- the weather. Sold everywhere sa cans all sizes. frl STMMRO GIL Ca Why Suffer with Backache? I have Buffered several years with back ache, and after taking one bottle of I have been 'oared.' Since then I have not been troubled with my back. Too auucb can not be said in its praise. Capt.'Wm. Forrest, Memphis. Tenn. Price 50 cents and 91.00. ' For sale by J. U. rroud, Uregon, Mo. Poultry Wanted I BY L. C. SHUMATE, FOREST CIT1 MO. Poultry wanted every day. Highest market price paid in cash. 1 DR. A. V. BANES, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Office hours 11 a. m. to 4 p. m., except Saturdays and Sundays 11 a. m. to 1 p. m, Chrsiic diseases ef bsth sexes a Specialty. Monthly treatment furnished. WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON TO TRAVEL for well established house in a few counties, calling on retail merchants and agents. Local territory. Salary $1034 a year and expenses advanced. Position permanent, business successful and rushing. Standard House, 331 Dearborn St. . Chicago. M sssssvAni 1 aaaaawVaBaaaaaaV BBB4bbbbbbw waTaaawt kWWWW aaBaaaaaaBBr raaaaaaav aaaf Santa Claus Will Be at This Store Saturday. We've just received-word from Santa Claus that he will arrive Saturday, December 5, and will remain with us all through the holi days. A special reception will be given him on Saturday. Every little child who can get here should not miss this opportunity of seeing OLD ST. NICE. Write your letters to him and put them in the Santa Claus Mail Box. Santa Claus has chosen this store because it is the biggest and best store. Because it has the biggest assortments of Holiday Goods. New Things arriving every day to interest you. Two Specials From Suit Boom. Women's ready-to-wear Suits, in the English cut. Scotch Mixtures, in mannish cloth. Coat sleeves with turned al K. cuffs. Velvet collar, full flare walking length skirt. Special SpXD Novelty Effects, browns, blue, green mixtures, in box front style; Louis XIV. Skirt trimmed with fc i K colored velvet bands. Special tomorrow p X O THIRD FLOOR. Specials in Shoes. Women's hand-turned lace Shoes, very high grade of Kid; patent tips and military heels, making bo OQ an elegant light-weight dress shoe, combined with comfort Jp&.Wo Women's hand-sewed, welt. lace Shoes, a good weight, but soft and beautifully tinished Kid stock, dJO no with elegant patent tips and military heeis. A boot that will give excellent wear. p9.70 Fashionable Waists Albatross Waists in blue, pink and green. Clusters of tucks on either side of pleats, front, three side pleats. An exceptionally good quality for the price. Special sawaSEsXS Eighth and Felix Streets Descriptive Authors. Most talkative author, Chatterton. The most fiery. Burns. The most fishy. Roe. The most severe, Slern. The fastest. Swift. The most distressed, Akenside. The most amusing, Tickell. The most frothy, Porter. The mildest, Lamb. The gamest, Partridge. The lamest, Bunyan. The coldest, Winter. The gauntest, Havgard. The most aristotcratic, King. The most marked, Twain. The most doubtful, Mable. The most rugged, Hardy. The most cheerful, Smiles N The most flowery, Hawthorne. New Currency Plan. , Representative Cowherd, of the Kan sas City district, has introduced inX con gress a bill of which W. 8. Woods, pres dent of tbe National Bank of Commerce of KaesaB City, is the author. It is known as "A bill to provide an emer gency currency," and it authorized clear ing house associations in all cities which under the national backing act are re serve cities, and in all cities having 100, 000 or more population, to become cor porate bodies for a period of 20 years, with a paid up capital of not less than an amount equal to 3 per cent of the capital of the banks in the 'association. The funds of the association are to be invested in municipal, county, state or government bonds, or first mortgage railroad bonds, on which the interest has been regularly paid for five years prior to the date of such investment, or in first mortgages on real estate, the marked value of which shall be double the amount of the loans secured there on. Any baok in the association may deposit securities satisfactory to the fi nance committee and the association will then issue to such bank clearing house certificates to tbe extent of 50 per cent of the face value or 50 per cent of their market value, if it be less than the face value. The certificates are to be redeemed within 12 months after they are issued. Upon their deposit with the comptroller of the currency, he shall issue to the bank depositing them circulating notes to tbe extent of 50 per cent of their face value. The bill provides a system for the taxation and redemption of these notes. The Weather. Corrected weekly by Leah Kaucher. 1903 PRECIPITATION. MAXIMUM. MINIMUM. RAIN. SNOW Nov. 19 38 15 20 41 25 21 49 29 22 55.5 30 23 43 30 24 37 26 25 32 24 01 .25 T T 26 29 22 ' 27 41 23 28 45 32 . 29 40 - 25 30 28 18 .10 10 Dec. 1 28 16 2 36 16 Total precipitation fori tbe month of November was 1.22.inches. O e thun der storm 'daring the month. The max imum temperature during the month was 66 on the 8th; the minimum was 10 on the 18,h. Nov. 41866, the maxi mum tbemperature was 82; the highest since 1855. Nov. 27, 1887, tbe mini mum registered 9.5 below zero, the owest since 1855. Letter List. The following letters remain uncalled for in the postoffice at Oregon, Mo., for the week ending Dec. 4, 1903: Jesse Reyaolds, James Rhodes, Minnie Rhodes, Rev. B. Young. When calling for the above please say "advertised." Tom Cubby, Postmaster. A Costly Mistake. Blunders are sometimes very expen sive, occasionally me itseir is tne price of a mistake, but you'll never be wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life Pills for Dyspepsia, dizziness, headache, liver I or oowei tmuoies. xney are genue yet thorough. 25c, at C. O. Proud's Drug I Store. 1 a . mi . . I and Frederick Avenue, One Block North of JW:unH.; avaiDtoma to let Pope's Effervescent ef water Mora oaea seal and before retlrlnc at Bight, will abaolately t remore all aasar from tka urine and rebuild the tiara ea of the Uyer apa kid. aeya. Gaaraateed to care or mosey refaadad. IX yoocaaBOt obtain thla prep aration from your druggist , write to aa direct for testiaaoaiala and lafonaatloa ST. LOUIS GRANULE CO, "SN"KCT- MORPHINE Ofrfain, LaiiwIaMm, CocalM wmi all Drag Habits pertoanentiy cured, without pain or detention from business, leaving no craving for drugs or other stimulants. We restore the nervous and physical systems to their natural condition because we remove the causes of disease. A home remedy prepared by an eminent physician. WE GUARANTEE A CURE FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Confidential correspondence, especially with physicians, solicited. Write today. Manhattan TlierapeMtio Association art. A 11 W aVeadwas. New York Stty Most Liberal Offer Of The Year sample copy. Old Phone 1090. Unios Bar, Union Goods. Jolin Irwin's Place (Formerly Joe Openheimer's.) DEALER IN Fine Wine, Liquors and Cigars. 112 North Second Street, ST. JOSEPH, MO. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chlldea, Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse In the Children's Home in New York, Cure Fe verlshness. Bad Stomach, Teething Disorders, move and regulate the Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over 30,000 testimonials. THEY NEVER FAIL. At all druggists. 25c. Sam ple FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Koy, r. y. Pills, Tablets and Powders. Many people have no faith in Pills, Tab lets and Powders for the cure of Coughs and Colds. But who does not believe that German Syrup will relieve Hoarseness Tightness, Congestion, Coughs, Cold and all diseases caused by climatic changes? It will; it has cured all Bronchial and Pulmonary Troubles inmany cases. If you need a sure cure remedy buy German Syrup. 25 and 75 cents. At all druggists. It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry. Ask today for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures Chilblains, Swollen, Sweating. Son. Aching, Damp feet. At all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. two traps down C20 OK p6. 6 O BROS 'HiTWTOL so MSt or otter us know of. ltt presence uatU It has got lta work In upon the liver. Tnoasaads bare Dia betes and do not know It. Diabotbea Both euros prevents. Why not be safe ? Diabetes Can be Cured Diabetfaea. 9JgP&ra2: aaaa! fESSaa The New-York Tribune-Farmer is h national illustrated agricultural weekly for farmers and their families, ai d stands at tbe head of the agricul tural press. It is a practical paper for practical farmers, helping them to secure the largest possible profit from the farm through practical methods.. It ts entertaining, instructive ai;d practically useful tc the farmer's wife, sons and daughters, - nose interests it covers in an attractive manner. The regular price is $1.00 per yr-r. but for a limited time, until May 5. 1903, we will re- ive your subscription for The New York Tribune Farm.r and also for your own favorite local newspaper, The Sentinel. Boih Papers One Year for Only $1.50. Send your order and money to The Sentinel. Your name and address on a postal card to The New Yord Tribune Farmer, New-Yi-rk Citj, will bring you free PARKER' HAIR BALSAM A tuUtlMaat RTOwJatL Jfarar JaUs to Maateij. Off BLUING mm m No More 0teaaltf Ra af Chb41Iw4 Breaklaa aatf Fraexlitf af Bettltc Wilaf ) aarRatt Parfectkm for tka flaeat Uaen as well aa all clotalaff, cheaper, better, neater aad aaora eoavaatent tfcaa Blalng la any other forau Wajuuktbp Mar to Stbkax rmm G&onss. Drop a Tablet la half a tab of water, aad the Bnlac lasted. Taa Tablet la offer veaoeat aad the water la Instantly and evenly colored. Tea and twenty waists f la a angle box, f or I aad U oeata. tok yMf ih)Mv fsV He If Iri etaot mC feMa H Mai Mil Matt far Ml h awe. St Lis ruik Ci. SJ!t' Farm For Sale, A good farm of 182 acres, 4 miles north of Oregon, well improved.six-room house, outbuildings, etc. For further information enquire of J. M. GENTRY, Forest City, Mo., R. F. D. No. 1.- Blankets and Comforts. Unusually Good Qualities Offered. We are proud of this assortment of Blankets because we know of their exceptionally good qualities. You will be just as proud when you buy. Extra size wool Blankets, in reds, tans and pink stripes-Large and roomy, good body and splendid value. Such Blankets as these are generally priced at 86. e You'll find them here at 99.UU 12-4 Extra fine Cotton Blankets, gray and tan, at. . . .91.48 12-4 Extra heavy Cotton Blankets, in white, pink and red stripe border 91.75 12-4 Extra heavy Cotton Blankets in gray, here at.. . .9198 Comforts. Light and dark colored Comforts,Bnotted and quilted$1.25 Baby Comforts, extra fine eilkoline, at. .85c,and $1.25 (Main Floor.) Postoffice, Scholar or Athlete. Statistics would tend to show that while the chance of the kind of dis tinction recorded in Who's Who la about the same for the crew as for the average of the class, and is much greater for the captains of the crew. It is for the football and baseball men far less than for the average graduate. Such a result -cannot be attributed en tirely to the fact that high scholars no longer play upon the nine or eleven, for this is equally true of the crew.. In fact from 1861 to 1898 no member of the crew won a Bowdoin prize or stood in the first seventh of his class, and only one took final honors in any sub ject; but the oarsmen proved in other ways that they possessed in as great a degree as the average of the class the qualities that make for distinction. Why should this not be true of the baseball and football men also? A. Lawrence Lowell, in Atlantic Habit of Exasraeratloa. Exaggeration is one of the most seri ous evils of the day. It is common in all the walks of life, people not being willing to see what Is actually before their eyes, but permitting their imagina tions to enlarge and extend their view frequently to the limit of the mental horizon. Few will deny its deleterious effect Rumors on each side of the ocean for which there is no reasonable basis throw the country into a state of unhealthy anxiety and do positive harm at times of a serious character. Very recent events have strikingly il lustrated this. It is the vogue, or it is a temporary evil which has seized upon the public, and there does not appear to be any remedy except to let It run its course like any other epidemic and pass away. Baltimore American; Catakill Orchards. What a country It is with its little hills and its winding roads; every turn opens up a new vista and every hilltop an ever-changing landscape. As far as the eye can reach and on every side slope are vineyards and orchards miles and miles of them. Every side-hill and foothold has been utilized and is bearing Its quota of grapes or peaches. Every farm building has been pressed into serv ice and filled with the gathered fruit that is to be packed In neat baskets for quick shipment to the city or sent to cold stor age to await a higher market. All of it must be sorted, graded, cleaned and brushed before being packed and crated. From "In the Catakill Orchards," by R. Lionel DeLIsser, in Four-Track News. . Moaaalto Caasaalara. The Suez Canal company reports that in consequence of the campaign conduct ed by MaJ. Roes, of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, the number of cases of malarial fever at Ismailia has decreased in a most marked saaansr.aBd that the ordinary mosquitoes have been annihilated almost absolutely, go that even In the worst period ef the hot asm son it has been found possible to dis pense with mosquito-nets. Waterpoola are systematically oiled, and all places where larvae can be hatched are uaceae ingly. guarded. London News. Hew Clasaiaeatloa. Dr. Francis R. Lane, until lately di rector of the high schools of Washing ton, Is fond of repeating the following extfaet -from a- composition submitted to him for approval during the days when he was a worker in the school teaching ranks. The extract runs aa follows: "Beings are divided into names, according to that which they feed on. The lion eats flesh the Horn is carniverous. The cow eats grass the cow is herbarious. Man eats every thing. Therefore, man is omnipotent.' Ukt Besots Mlto. Miss Ines Sent It's an opal ring Mr. Cheepley gave me. Miss Sharps (examining it) H'm! Do you er like it? "Oh, yes, but you know the old super stition. I'm afraid it will bring me bad luck." '1 wouldn't worry. This can't bring you anything worse than an Imitation of bad luck." Philadelphia Press. Bxalalae. A countrywoman remarked to her neighbor during a conversation on their return from market: "How is It, Mary, that you have been married four times, and I've never been married at all, and I'm much handsomer than you?" "Aye, to be sure," returned Mary, "but it ain't handsomeness that does it, Sarah; It's the 'come hither' in your eye." N. Y. Tribune. Outing Flannels. Specials for selling, one lot of Outing Flannel, extra heavy weisht, ligbt and dark colors, suitable for underskirts and dresses; good assortment of designs;.special per yd. .8 l-3c (Main Floor.) Roger's Triple-Plate Silverware. Good Time to Buy for Christmas. Finely manufactured triple-plate silverware at compari tively small prices. All sorts of pieces for the table. Assort ment of patterns The beaded pattern, plain and satin and shell designs. Silver Table Knives e1 CA Sliver Tablespoons, CI Oft per set of six. per set of six wlW Silver Table Forkw, 1 RA Children's Silver Sets, Qfi. per set of six W Knives aad Forks.pr setwlv Sliver Teaspoons, per set or six a. v GrOO;OS Church Directories. , Presbyterian Church. James McFarland. Bible School at 830 every Lord's Day. Y. P. S. C E. at 7 p. m. Prayer Service Thursday evening ai 8 p. at Preaching every Lord's Day at 11 a. m. aad 8p.m. Woodville e-ery Sabbath at 3 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to attend the above services. Christian Church. .1. F. Biekel, Pastor. Blblesebool every Lordsday 9-M a.m. R. Ci Benton, superintendent. Y. P. 8. C. B. every tordtday S:30 p. m. Junior Y. P. 8. C. E. every Lordsday 2:3S sw HI. Prayer meeting every Thursday eveuivg at T p. m. Preaching every tint and third Lordsday. morning and evening at 11 a. m. and 730 p. at. Meeting of official board every Irst Lordsday All cordially Invited to attend all meetings r the church. If. X. Church. A. J. Brock, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath morning and even ing at 11 a. m., and 7 :30p. m. Sunday school every Saboath at 9 30 a. m. F. S. Morgan. Supt. Prayer meeting every Thursday eveniBg at 7:30 p. ra. Epwortb League Junior every Sabbath 3 p. ra., and senior one hour before preaching every Sabbath evening. Business meeting of the official board the list Monday of each month, at 4 3S p. m. J. A. Kreek, secretary of the board. W. F. M. Society meets tbe first Friday of each month, 230 p. m. Evangelical Church. H E Bower, Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. ru. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. Services every Sunday,mnrnlng and evening. Regular preaching services the first aad third Sundays at 11 a. m.,and the second aad fourth Sundays at 8 p. m. Preaching at Nickell's 45 rove on the first aad third Sundays at 8 p. m., and the second and fourth Sundays at 11 a. ra. All are cordially Invited to attend. German M. X. Church. H. A. Siekmann, Pastor. Sunday school. 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday at 10 :45 a. ra. Sunday school at Nodaway church at 1 30 pm Preaching every Sunday at the Nodaway church at 2 30 p. ra. Everybody cordially invited to attend above services. M. Z. Church,Forest City. Rev. Thorpe, Pastor. Preaching on the second and fourth Sundav In each month, 11 a. 111., and evening. Preaching on the first and third Sunday evea- ing. Sunday school every Sunday at 0 30 a. ra. Junior League at 230 p. ra., aad Senior League at 7 p. ra. J. A. Lease, Pres. Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening 8 p.m. Ladies' Aid society every Friday at 2 30 p.m. Mrs. S. A. Scott, Pres. Preaching at Klrase) school bouse oa Ur first aiad thiid Sunday raoraiags. Sunday school at IS a. ra. James Lease Supt. All are cordially Invited to atteai. Christian Chmxch,Kew Point. Thomas Dry, Pastor. Sunday school, 9M a. m. Pretthlngon the first and third Sundays eactgnoBtb, 11 a. and eveBiag. V. P. S. C. E. every Saadayjevenlaf A 30 p.m. All are cordially Invited to attend. Curson Christian (Hiurcfc,Blas? City. W. H. Hard man. Pastor. Preacirrag on the second and fourth Loxds- day at 11 a. ra. and 7 30 p. ra. Bible school eaea Lordsday at 10 a. m . Oregon Protective Association. Meets the first Saturday aftereooa la each month at 1 30 p. ra. at tbe oUce of B. CBBtou 8. M. Stout Secy, Christian Science. Services: Sunday 11 a. ra.. Wednesday 8 .p. m. over C.O. Proud's dm store. ' u Reading room it same place open wedses ay 2 to p. m. All are cordially tavlted to attend. A Big Wall Hap Tree. We have a marvelous offer to make to readers of this paper. Our reversible wall (map of the United States and World is 46 x 66 inches. It is mounted on rollers and ready to hang on the wall. .It is printed in colors, and shows every thing interesting and valuable. We send it on approval, and guarantee ab solutely that it will please you. To every one who will send us f 1 for one year's subscription to the Prairie Farm er and The Prairie Farmer Home Maga zine monthly supplement, we will send this great map free, upon condition that 15 cents be added to pay for packing and postage on the map. When you get the map, if you are not entirely pleased, return it to us and the full amount of-your.money will be refunded without one word. We guarantee that it will fully please you. Address The Prairik Farmkr 160 Adams Street - Chicago. OJIn Silver Soup Ladles, $1.98 eacn tor.- o ST. JOSEPH, no.