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MEXICAN Mustang Liniment for Man, Beast or Poultry. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment heals Old Sores quickly. Mustang Liniment cares Cuts, "Burns, Bruises. MEXICAN ang Lin MEXICAN Mustang Liniment In use for over sixty years. MEXICAN ing Lin Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Best for Horse ailments. limbers up Stiff Joints. cures Frostbites and Chilblains. MEXICAN MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures Sprains and Strains. MEXICAN ang Lin MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures Spavin and Ringbone. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Best for Cattle ailments. penetrates to the very bone. Best thing for a lame horse. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment is a positive cure for Piles.. MEXICAN MEXICAN ang Lin MEXICAN MEXICAN MEXICAN Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment Mustang Liniment cures an lorms or. Jttneumatism. cures Caked Udder in cows. Best for Sheep ailments. always jrfves satisfaction. drives out all inflammation. MEXICAN To Quench. Thirst. Every child should be taught that Hthirst quenching does not depend so greatly on the quantity of fluid that It swallowed as on the length of time during which liquid is- kept in contact with the tissues of the mouth and throat A small quantity of water used as a mouth and throat' rinse will re lieve more than a pint swallowed has tily. In hot weather, when the skin is Secreting profusely, -there is no- real demand on the part of the tissues, for liquid. The Perfect Woman. According to old Greek ideas of a perfect woman, her height when fully attained should be five feet five inches. Her waist should measure 24 inches; the bust, under the arms, 34 inches: over the arms, 43 inches. The circum ference of the upper arm should be 13 Inches, the wrists six inches. Tha 'thighs should measure 25 inches and the ankles eight inches. The weight of this ideal figure should he 13S pounds. Has to Listen First. Mrs. Subbubs Mrs. Skandle was telling me a story to-day about that odious Mrs. Gailey Mr. Subbuhs See here! I thought you hated gossip? Mrs. Subbubs Well er so I do, hut of course I can't hate it thoroughly until I know just exactly what it Is. Philadelphia Press. TJnrefreshing Sleep. Unrefreshing but sound sleep nearly always shows that the blood does not leave the brain by the veins at the nor mal rate. Soaking the feet in hot wa ter, and using a high pillow will be beneficial. In many cases a daily saline -draft or a similar medicine will prove useful. Mourning in Russia. In Russia, when coffins are covered , with cloth, the color of the covering is, to a certain extent," distinctive, pink being used when the deceased is aj child or young person, - crimson for i women, and brown -for widows; but j black is in no case .employed. ! Launching in -, Japan. In Japan instead qf. "christening" a j ressel about to be launched, a large ! cage full of birds is Jiung' over the ! prow. Directly the ship is afloat the birds are released, the idea being thatj the birds thus welcome the ship as she i begins her life. T ' Amending the Notice. The mistress of a very dirty lodging house posted at ..the entrance this no tice: "Visitors will please wipe their feet." After inspecting the apartmeni one visitor added to "the notice, "on going out." Farm Journal. Rude to the Old Girl. Miss Ann Teek-He- asked me if 1 remembered how hot the summer oi 76 was. The idea! Miss Pert Yes, the idea.! Just as If you'd tell him if you did. phia Ledger. -Philadel- Postal Card Insurance. An English firm issues picture postal , cards, the purchaser of one of which can. by mailing it to the firm with his name and address on it. insure his life for $2,500 for 24 hours against travel acci dents. a- 1 American Shoes. The American-made shoe is popular in Denmark. Two of the foremost shoe stores in Copenhagen use the ; American shoe for a "leader" in their jjplendid show window exhibits. i Five Suicides. An attache of the Japanese legation In London says that he knows person ally five women who committed suicide because their husbands disgraced themselves in the army. Hard Imck Yarns. "Every time you stops to tell a hahd luck story." said Uncle Eben. "you i? losin' time, while yoli troubles is drawin' interest." Washington Star. Dangerous Traveling. Russian railways are the most dan gerous in the world. On an average of thirty persons in every million passen gers are either killed or hurt. ; First Telephone; Circular. The first circular ever issued refer-' ring to commercial use of the telephone was that of Gardiner G. Hubbard, in ' Cambridge. Mass., in 1877. Well Irrigated County. Morgan county. Coi., has 11 irrigating -canals 220 miles im length altogether and with a capacity of :i",200.000,000 cul c ' feet of water. i Far BfcJtp fupbaards. To make a daapnbpar dry, staad la it a bawl sf afeMime, which must j fee -occasieaally renewed, as it loeei it ; power. : The Thoroughbred for the season of 1904. PEDIGREE: On-Time by Old On-Time, and he by Stone Wall Jackson. First Dam by Bellshazzar; second by Frank, Thoroughbred. On-Time, Jr., is out of Jenny Lind; she by Sir Wallace wnd Jenny's dam was a Thoroughbred race mare and sired by Joe Brown, an imported race horse, Jenny's grand dam wa9 Sir Albion. On-Time is eligible to register. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: SS to insure living colt. If mare is traded or parted with, sold or removed from original locality, money for service becomes due and payable at once. A lien on mare and foal will be held for insu ance money. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. Tk Belgian ROMEO! Romeo will make the present season at my farm, three miles northeast of Oregon, with the tine saddler, "On-Time" and the two splendid Jacks, Dick Johnson and Zollicoffer. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: Romeo is an Imported Belgian Draft. Romeo ie a fine horse, with good bone, and tine (op; is black in color with small 'star in o rehead; stands 16 hands high and weighs 1,700 pounds. He is a perfect specimen of tie draft horse, splendid walker and trotter: good length, great breadth and good feet. It will pay you to see him before breeding your mares. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 88 to insure colt to stand and suck. When mare is parted with or removed from original locality, money for service becomes due at once. A lien on mare and foal will be held for insurance money. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be respon sible should any occurr. Celebrated -Jacks., Zollicoffer and Dick Johnson and S10 by Dick Johnson, conditions being the siue as On-Time. Do not bring your mares on Sunday for I will posiiively not do any business on that day. Qeome S. SjEPhEflSOfl. April May June ! are the th ree most important months of the year l On the Farm ; The work done then means the success or failure of the farm for the year, j As an Aid to Success ! every farmer should keep in touch with new methods which will increase J tne proaucuveness ana consequent revenue oi nis iarm. A W eekly Visitor which will give aid of this kind, with the opinions and practical exper ience of the best known agricultural authorities in America, and in an in teresting manner, is The New-York Tribune Farmer Don't forget that it also has entertaining pages for the wives, sons and daughters You may secure it in connection with your home paper, The Sentinel v, h 1 1 j;l;tei and better than ever, both papers One Year For Only $1.50 by sending your order at once to The Sentinel, Oregon, Mo. Saddle Stallion, On-Time! DESCRIPTION: On Time is a fi n e , bright bay and weighs about 1,200 pounds. He will be allowed to serve a, limited number o f mures at my barn, three miles east of Oregon, Mo, Draft Stallion, They will make the season of 1904 at the same place as the stal lion "On Tjtue." ESCRIPTI0N AND PEDIGREES: ZollicoffVr is a dark brown, 14 years old this spring, 16 hands high and weighs 1.000 pounds. Dick Johnson will be allowed to serve a limited number of mares. He is black with white points, 12 years old, 1G hands high, and weighs 1,000 pounds. Both these Jacks havo pedigress fully recorded. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 88 to insure a colt by Zollicoffer, In Various Countries. A cycling statistician has drawn up a table of comparative costs of touring in various countries. The British tour is considerably more expensive than the continental tour, and Scotland is more expensive than England. France, Italy and Germany are all much on a level, from thirty to forty per cent, cheaper than Great Britain,, and lowest of all in the list comes Belgium, a land much fa vored by the tourist by reason of the beauties of the Ardennes country. Practiced in Paris. Balloon racing is one form of petty gambling in Paris. A number of toy balloons are sent off at the same time, each bearing a postcard having on it the umpire's address and a request to the finder to note the time and place of the balloon's arrival. Bets are paid and the stakes awarded on the results of the replies received within a week. The balloon that travels the greatest distance in the shortest time gets the prize. Colorado Minerals. The total value of the metallic miner al output of Colorado, for the year 1903, as reported to the director of the United States mint, was $50,819,993. Of this ore, the gold product alone amounted to $22, 705.711 in value. The silver output (at its coinage value) was worth '$17,144, 984; lead was $4,747,459. and zinc $5,141, 820. Beady for a Husband. Mrs. Bacon I see a Texas woman who had not spoken a word for several years found her voice the other night, when a burglar entered her room, and has been able to talk ever since. Mr. Bacon Now, she'll want to. get married, I suppose. Yonkers States man. Hold Camel Sacred. For 1G centuries the inhabitants of Beziers, in south France, have held the camel sacred, for In 250 A. D. St. Aphro dise, mounted on one of these animals, evangelized the city. In their museum they preserve a curious papier mache ef figy of the camel. Ornament of a House. "The ornament of a house is found in the friends who frequent it." Guests at Mark Twain's house at Hartford, Conn., are faced with these nattering words whenever they enter the author's library. The inscription appears on the mantelpiece. A Fallacy. "What I say is true. . Besides, 'see ing is believing,' you know." "Oh, not always." "No?" "No. I see you, for instance." Philadelphia Press. Hard on His Friends. "When I hears a man savin' dat he likes dogs better dan he does human folks," said Uncle Eben, "I can't help suspect in' dat mebbe he's picked out de kin' 6 friends dat's as good as he deserves." Washington Star. Nerves and Longevity. According to Prof. Mosso. people are able to live longer the more their nerves are enfeebled. The less robust a person is. he points out. the abler he is to resist the ravages of time and dis ease. Bad for the Heart. A Sunderland man died of heart fail ure, caused by suddenly arising from bed. A medical witness at the inquest said there was no more common cause of fainting than getting up in a hurry. The Worm Turns. First Worm What on earth are you doing? Second Worm Oh, merely turning again. You know one good turn de serves another. Town Topics. Banner Potato County. Ahout 10,000 carloads of potatoes were shipped from Greeley. Weld coun ty. Col., during last fall and winter, to all the principal markets of the United States. Cats and Old Maids. In the middle ages cats were often kept in nunneries, and this may have something to do with their traditional association with old maids. Velocity of the Moon. The moon moves with a mean veloci ty of :?,;50 feet per second a little fast er than the highest speed yet given to a cannon ball. Oranges for Throat Trouble. An orange put in the oven and baked will be found aii excellent cure for bad throats, eatea just before retiring fsr the night. An Unexpected Illustratiaa. The Trout Dear me! I've heard af the worn turaing, but I never taeug hi It weiila lie "like this! N. Y. Sub. Lady can learn of good opening and em ployment for part of time by addressing 619 Mermod-Jaccard Jiutldlng St. Louis.Mo Poultry Wanted! Delivered to Teare Bros , Forest City, Mo., on Wednesday, April 20,1904. Ducks 8c Geese tic Turkeys 10c Hens 10Jc Roos'ers, per dozen S3 60 Remember the date and place of de livery. CRAWS TO BE EMPTY. Swift and Company. Per W. M. McKEE. TEARE BROS. FOREST CITY, MO., Will Sell You for CASH: Peerless Carpet Warp, per box S1.3T Coats' Thread, per spool 4c Best Michigan Salt, per bbl SI 15 Watch this space, as we will offer you special bargains every week. Cures Coughs and Colds. Mrp. C. Peterson, 625 Lake St., To peka, Kansas, says: "Of all cough rem edies Ballard's Horahound Syrup is my favorite: it has done and will do all that is claimed for it to speedily cure all ccughs and colds and it is so sweet and pleasant to the taste." 25c, 50c S1.00 bottle. Sold by Hjnde Drug Co. Do your Children ASK QUESTIONS; Of. course they do. JL k their way of learning and it is your dul.v lo answer. You may need a tionavy " aid you. II. xvo-.'i ;v: River evei,. "slion, ImiL I !sor." a:v thousands lo . h it will givy (.rue, clear and deGnit.ii an. tvcrs, not about words only, lul. :ilii. .!ing3, the sun, machinen, , nici., jilaces, stories ami the like. The: . loo, the children can find I.Iifir own answers. Some of greatest men havo ascribed ( 1 1 -1 power to study of the dictio.iar; . Of course you want the hesl.dir l ionary. The most critical prpfW the New and Enlarged Edition r webster's International Dictionary. If yon hurt any que.li alout it write it.. Q. & C. MERRIAM CO.. pueitMicns. PfllNSFIELD, MASS J Ave UI Allea' Fot-KM? Shake Into jour shoes Allen's Foot-Ksisc. a nowder. Itenvm Corns, Bnnioas, Painful, Wrtlf , Hot, Holl feet. AT all Drtif gists kittf Rfee Htorrsy 2fc'.l 1 lfKT0MIIOMI.J G. W. MURPHY, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW OREGON, MO. Will practice in all courts. Commer cial business a specialty. Office over "Moore & Kreek's store. PETREE BROS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office up stairs in VauBuskirk building, OREGON, MISSOURI. Office Hours Office Telephone 438 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. Residence Telephone 961 BARTON PITTS, M. D. Eye and Ear Specialist. (SPECTACLES ADJUSTD) 'Hint; Hill Building" Junction Francis, Ninth and Frederick Avenue ST. JOSEPH. MO. B. B. SIMMONS, Physician & Surgeon. Residence third block south of opera house. Office over Hinde Drug Co's store. Phone No. 24. J. SCOTT, D. V. S., OREGON, MO. Veterninary Surgeon and Oenti?t,Gradu ate of the Western Veterninary College. Permanently located. Treats all diseases and performs all operations. Phone No. 109 -Hotel Woodland. Phone No. 38-SeemanT8 barn. C .D .Zook, Albert roeckeb, President. Cashier. G. L. C cumins, Assistant Cashier. Zook & Roecker BANKING COMPANY. OREGON, : : MISSOURI Established 1871. The oldestbank in the county. Trans acts a general banking business. Inter est paid on time deposits. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country and Europe. Have made special ar rangements to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. The ac counts of farmers, merchants and indi viduals respectfully solicited. Special care given to any business intrusted to us. Telephone No. 12. Daniel Zachman, C. J. Hunt, President. Cashier. S. O. Zachman, Assistant Cashier. TEE CITIIS' BAIL OREGON, MO. i Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000. Transacts a general banking business. Interest paid on deposits left for speci fied time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Col lections made and promptly remitted Directors: D.miel Zachman, presi dent; Geo. H Allen, secretary; C. L. Evans, T. S. Hinde and B. F. Morgan. Telephone No. 43. J.T.THATCHER. M.D Homeopathist and Surgeon OFFICE OVER MOORE & SEEMAN. Special attention given to Orlficlal Surgery AND ITS RELATION TO CHRONIC DISEASES. Oregon, Mo Telephones: Residence, 18; Office, 9 IVAN BLAIR, ATTORN EY-AT- LAW. Office over Citizens' bank, 0RE60N MISSOURI HARRY DUNGAN, Attorney-at-Law Oegon, Mo. Old Phone 101)0. Union Bar, Union Goods. John Irwin's Place (Formerly Joe Openheimer's.) DEALER IN Fine Wine, Liquors and .Cigars. 112 North Second Street, . ST. JOSEPH, MO. Makes a Clean Sweep. There's nothing like timing a thing thoroughly. Of all the Salves you ever heard of, Backlen's Arnica Salves is the best. It sweeps away aad cares Boras, Sores. Braises, Cale, Daile, Ulcers, Ski Eruptioae an Piles. It's ealy 36c, aasl guaraataed to giva satisfacttaa ay G. . Preui, Drsffftt, .