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The experimental veri Ccation will .come later, or, perhaps the sew theory will be accepted or rejected without other test than that of a thor ough discussion of the facts on which it rests, says Garrett P. Serviss, in Suc- The mystery in question relates to the origin of the immense current of cool water which sweeps southward alone our Pacific coast from Alaska to south-1 rn California, the antithesis in relative j temperature and in direction to the' Ciilf stream of the Atlantic coast, but mightier than the latter in volume, and I modifying tbe land climates all along it count to a greater extent, possibly. than any other known ocean current In cbort, this current Is one of the great est agents employed by nature in pro ducing the famous climate of the Pacific coast The magnificent forests of Wash ington and Oregon and the rich orchards ad vineyards of California owe their existence largely to the influence of this vast river in the sea, which flows swift ly by the shore, tempering with its cool ness the arid heats of summer, rolling in vast mantles of fog which distribute moisture like the gentlest rain, and Mitigating the severity of the winter months with its equalizing influence, be cause, while the average temperature of tb water is much below that of the ad joining land in the summer, it is consid ' crably above it la winter. Nor is this all. Turning westward. after skirting the shores of California.' I the great eurreat spreads out over the j eenter of the Pacific, touching the Ha- j waiian islands, where again its genial I influence Is beneficently felt, with the result that those islands enjoy a more' muormly agreeable and salubrious elimate than any other land lying In a wmiiar latitude. Now, in a general way, and without auicb. critical examination, geographers ad oceanographers have hitherto as sumed that this Pacific current wss an oflshoot of, or a complement to, the northward-flowing gulf stream of Japan, the Kuro Siwo. This Rev. S. E. Bishop, widely known for his researches cn similar subjects, disputes; and he sets forth the very interesting and sur prising proposition that the-great cur rent begins near the south pole, from which it follows that all the favored re gions mentioned above owe their felici tous climes to the transmitted coolness of the illimitable ice fields which border the antarctic continent, that coolness having been brought 10.000 mile? under the sea in order to reach their shores. Ftr 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies, i OLD BT AZiIi ZXHTOGZSPa. mpwd toy JAMPft C DAI I ABA , ' MANY TOWNS FOR MEN ONLY MODISH FANCIES IN DRESS Communities in the Old World and the New That Are Without the Feminine Element. Odd Bits of Feminine Finery That Are Noticed in the Sea son's Costumes. STOVE REPAIRS W art tilt Largtst Maktrs iff Stm, Rang anil Farnaet Rap airs la tha WarM an. can Skip Immtdiattly ani Sava Yau Manay. Wt Km tat Retain ftr Year Stew. Prise given en RtauesL Instawflans Carttally and Wt Itaranttt a Fit. Fellew Give came of stove (give all that appears) Give number of stove (as it appears on stove), usually found on pipe collar or front part of stove Give name of maker ; Give latest date of patent State if lining now In stove is brick or iron State if stove has a flat bottom grate or in two pieces State if fuel can be put in through front door or put in through covers. What kind of fuel does stove use Parts wanted. WE SOL EVEIVTNIIW RIMER FOR A STOVE EXCEPT FUEL NATIONAL STOVE & SUPPLY CO. 142-144 BUNKER STREET. CHICAGO n i Reference: First National Bank, Chicago. i i Fur and tulle will compose many ; dress hats this winter. The combina- : uon is certainly a rich one. Usually i mese hats demand little trimming be yond a short plume or two. or an aigrette, says the New York Post Heavy white cotton waists for cold weather retain their vogue. Linen sheeting of a heavy quality makes ex- On the borders, between China and Russia in Asia, almost due south of Lake Baikal, is a good sized town known as Maimatehin, which is exclusively in habited by men. The place has a con siderable trade and is also a military post, says the New York Herald. An old law forbids women to live in this territory, and they cannot pass the greai wan oi naiKan nor enter Mongolia cellent waists. With a bit of embroid at ery handsome garment may be The Prison of the Ten Thousand" is i evolved at no great expense. The new the name given by the wandering Arabs j white vestings oiTered for making of the district across Jordan to the j waists are not recommended. They are fortress monastery of Mar Saba, on the ! clumsy and unyieldine. and are said tn ! J.T.THATCHER. M.D Homeopatbst and Snrgton OFFICE OVER MOORE & SEEMAN. Special attention given to Orificial Surgery AND ITS RELATION TO CHRONIC DISEASES. Oregon. Mo. Telephones: Residence, 18; Office, 9 Dead sea. Not many years ago there were actually 10.000 monks living in this grim retreat, and even to-dav there are more than 1,000 left. The monastery is one of the oldest in the world, having Deen rounded about 1,300 years ago by Eutheymius. The Empress Eudoxia formed a ro mantic attachment for this stern old anchorite, and built near by a tower, which still exists, from which she could' watch him at a distance. True to his vow, Eutheymius utterly refused to see or hear the voice of a woman. Now the tower is inhabited by a watchman, who keeps guard against the incursions of I prowling Arabs. Twice during the last be very difficult to launder. For extra warmth nothing is better than semi-tight fitting jacketa of An gora wool. There a-e such jackets, imported from Scotland, vary open mesnea, very light weight, and yet ex ceedingly warm and comfortable. Never were so many ribbon decora tions used on evening gowns. Corsage garnitures of ribbon flowers, with vel vet leaves, are much in vogue. Yards of ribbons are cut up into bows to trim skirts, and, of course, quantities are consumed in the many girdles and bodices worn with all kinds of gowns. The rage for embroidery on gowns nas in no wise decreased. Yokes, col HARRY DUNGAN, Attorney-at-Law Oegon, Mo. G. W. MURPHY, ATTORNEY -AT -LAW OREGON, MO. Will Br&ctice in .11 enurt. cial business a specialty. Office over Moore & Kreek's store. PETREE BROS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office up Ktairs in VanBuxkirk buildiujr, OREGON, MISSOURI. year Replace has-been raided by hordes lars. cuffs, lapels, and. panels are em- - u"i:u, iue inuiiKS wnn nv uiuiuereo in j mere to-day are the most rigorous of j any. in the Greek church. They pass , their Jives in everlasting penance, without hope of pleasure or cheerful silks, spangles, ribbon. Office THenho!i .ixk Residence Telephone 981 WLiwm 'Steals upoaustmawaiM. cauiln? no sala or other symptoms to let us kmowof its presence until It hu Eot Its work in upon the liver. Thousands have Dl etes and do not kaow it. DUbethsa both cores prevents. Why not bs ssf e ? Diabetes Can be Cured Pom's Effervescent niatietfiM. One keaDlnr tesaooos- - . . . tul taken In half glass f Water DMOTS MCh meal and twtfnra ntlrlnv at nlvht 'will Mhnnlntailv remove all aagar from the urine and rebuild the tisanes of the liver and kid. neys. Guaranteed to care or money reloaded. If yoa cannot obtain this prep aratioa from your drOjnrlst. write to mm direct f or testimonials and informfnn 114 North Broadway.. St. Louis, Mo. ST. LOUIS GRANULE CO., beads and chenilles.. Oriental effects are sought as a rule. The trimming J cuumwrs are ioaaea with applique em- oroiaenes. manv nt whinh g o ka. . t;A 4. 1 ... 1 ... . w - ."tiucui. Many 01 tnem go mad from "iui as needlework. Broderie Anglaise uwUr iuu ueaoiauon or tneir sur- : is seen in cloth and silk, and is very j coundings. No woman is permitted to ! useful for trimming purposes come within sight of Mar Saba. ) The opera and similar dressy occa When Montana City burned some sions will blaze with spangles this win I strange facts concerning its inhabitants j ter. Not only jet, but steel, silver gold came to light The town, which held J peart and colored spangled robes ana , at the time about 5,000 inhabitants, was j garnitures are in great demand Com I occupied only by less than 100 China- 1 binations of gold and colored snaneles Tin on n.V v.. 1.1 . . . ... . . . . . . & 0 ' . ' ui wurKingtne tailings are Deautirui. one sees some charm ing shaded effects in spangles. Net 01 a once valuable mine. Small wonder that the fire raged for days till the town was reduced to ashes. It is said that for years no woman had been seen in that once prosperous town. Another far western settlement which is composed exclusively of men Is Ex celsior City, situated in a wild, rugged stretch of country on the Mexican edge of Southern California. This. too. wa.s 1 once a mining town and has many fine 1 buildings, but the ore gave out and it was deserted. Gradually it became ji Office Hours 10 . m. to 4 p.,n. BARTON PITTS, M. D. ' Eye and Ear Specialist. (SPECTACLES ADJ USTD) -King Hill Buildinc" Junction Francis, Ninth and Frederick Avenue ST. JOSEPH. MO. B. B. SIMMONS, Physician & Surgeon. Mvotuuuuo miiu uiwh souiQ 01 opera nouee store. Phone No. 24. Office over Hinde Drug CVe robes inset with lace and patterned 'with spangles are luxurious and beau tiful. Umbrella handles from Japan 'are of ivory, exquisitely carved and etched. A downtown umbrella store displayed a windowful of these costly but valua ble objects. One was a lone handle nearly flat, with rounding sides. A I chain of monkeys swung hand in hand I OOK. j over the entire surface. They were in very low relief and were only slight ly colored with nalp vllnw Tha j. scon, D. Y. s., OREGON- Mn. Veteminary Surgeon and Dentipt.fJr-W.i ate of the Western Vetercinary College. Permanently located. Treats all diseases and performs aJJ operations. Phone No. 109 -Hotel Woodland. Phone No. 38.-SeinaDe barn. World's Fair Accommodations. 1 i-m t- i- ci:a)iiliaurv':uuzid a World's Fair Huroau. 1 l L through whirl! it i prrpaml 10 furnish relia- i j hotels, l)o::i Jiii housrs. and splrndid private I homes. Tins i n-allv an cvti-iioni. ti.. i i boaixiinjr house rf.istrr. wlni-h Mirh Associa- i uju huv aiuays maintained for the benefit of stranger.--. The St. Loui Association makes ! no rhartre to its patrons, either dirertiy or in I dirntUy, for the servire, and the heiiefits of I 1 ne itureau are e.tended not only men. lint to the publir generally. a. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH Pennyroyal, pills ,-tV c-0r,f Only titiulic RTK..BArE. Al war reliable. Ladle. arkDrcicirt fcr CHICHKSTEK'S KXClJSH ic KED d.1 tM4 t&ftallic Win. tealed vitb blur ribbon. Take no etker. Kcfttae VMttnu 8BWtltllM sad lailUb. ttoa. But of your llrupgist. or md 4c IB tmpt Tot Partlmlarm, TeallaMalala iu mcjiei nr iiim." in bur. h. m tanMalL le.ewet.-.timoniaU. Soldb Dractltu. 'kl.k.t.. k.i..i r' 444 Mdl Bawrc PMILA VxL ST. PATRICK AT ARMAGH. Xegend of the First Church Site Re lated in the Ancient l TT1 , . uuiiic. i.n nui tnu .tic e.Meuoeil MOT OII1V to Viimi"- ' TIiiwi iii. i A pretty legend is told in the Book art.cwiar? V. MT w..ridN cf Armagh (800 A. D.) regarding the PUtt-i!.iU"0rand :inU '"r:1 ,,,lin Avenues, si. sito nf th hnri fir-ot v. i... I : . ! tin I1IOI. UUill L11C1 C U Et- Patrick the site of the present Protestant cathedral of St. Patrick, writes Nora Tynan O'Mahony in Don ahoe's. "Get the northward." said God's angel to the saint, "to the height of Ifacha (Ard-Macha Armagh): there shalt thou build to God the fortress temple and great house of Christ." St. Patrick seemingly found the rulers of that time as grudging of a site as those of late daj-s; but at length the Bsint's force of character and the re nown worked by his miracles succeed ed in obtaining from King Daire. treat-grandson of Niale of the Nine Hostages, ttie necessary plot of land. "Give him;" said the grim old pagan king, "the ridge of willows, that he may build a church unto his God." On the solemn foundation-day, as EL Patrick made a circuit of the ground, with bell, book and aspersory. marking out the sacred precincts, a J tightened doe. with a fawn by her ide. fled from out the willows, and slter running a few paces stood bewil ieied at the great throng of people. St. Patrick took this as a good oppor tunity of inculcating to his flock the " virtue of kindness. "Here." he said, pointing to the sot where the deer had lain, "shall God's altar stand;" and taking up the! fawn in his arms he carried it across ! lie ralley to an eminence on the ' northern side, and laid it gently down I beside its dam. To-day. the spot where i the Jeer had lain, and where St. Pat- ( rick built his first church, is the site of the Protestant cathedral, while on the "northern eminence" stands the new-?y-finishd and beautiful Catholic ca ttiedral dedicated to Ireland's patron saint. THE TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC THE MODERN FARMER 20 CENTS. I'o t:iv- ever reader in this territory all e ranmaiirii and elect inn ntw ntwl -.n .v rellent farm journal, we will send upon re ceipt of twenty rents TWICE-A-WEEK REPUBLIC, lnrlmliiifjTho Kami ViVitoi. from now unt il Deremher I, and THE MODERN FARMER, A Farmer's Familv Newsoaner. f From Dec 1, 1!M)4. to Dec. l. 1!N):. This is an inpreredented offer vou cannot j atiord to miss. Send x'O cents at once and "et I regularly the News of the Mav, the Cam j paitfn. the Farm ami Home. j i He sure to addres all mail to : resort U r escaped criminals and out ( uws. A.n-j are practically all men. There manship was beyond ordinary criticism are sa: : to have been :;00 of them in all. and the little figures were perfectly I murderers and desperadoes every one. 1 brought out. Tiny mice were carved But as there is no port or railway any- ! on another hanlle. while others show wiere near, tney are entirely isolated flower designs. and practically prisoners. A spot practically mil nown to efv- j Ilixation on the shores of the Red sea at j Midi is the home ol pirates and slavers. t regular nest ot criminals. The place is iniiabi.ed almost entirely by men. for the shell: who Jo'ds absolute control the re allows onh the best of his warriors to marry. It pays no tribute m i.p I Turkish government, for it lie at thr end of a long, narrow harbor inacces sible to vessels. It seems probable that it will continue its career unchecked. cherry blossoms, iris. and chrysanthemums. It can hardlv be called an extravagance to b iy such wrks of art, since thty a fee used indefinitely. Albert roeckek. President. Cashier. G. L. Cummijis, Assistant Cashier. NOTES ABOUT NEEDLEWORK Various Items of Lingerie That Are of Interest to Women Headers. JAPANESE WAR TOWELING. Bears Artistic Sketches and Carica tures or Cartoons of Bat tle Scenes. VTkj John L. Doesn't Traia. John L. Sullivan, in one of the vaude fMe haases, wa6 telling the story of his veer. Some one in the audience asked him why he did not train down and take acme of the flesh off his stomach. Jie replied: "Boys, if I could have as much km taking off the flesh as I had in put ling it on I- would gladly do it any day in mm week." N. Y. Times. DRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINE Stock and poultry have few troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities. Black- Draught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy for stock. It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect condition. Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by giving them an occa sional dose of Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food. Any stock raiser may buy a 25-cent half-pound air-tight can of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health 'for weeks. Dealers gener ally keep Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine. If yours does not, send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, Tenn. j THE REPUBLIC. ST. LOUIS. M0. SAMPLK COPIKS FREE. Where both papursMri' not desired sub- script Ions for either separately for the term ' TFN CFvF Wl11 Ul' a':'','I,,,,(1 "I""1 "-elpt of If you suffer from .Sickness or that do so rer from hpileptic Fits r h:ive children, relativi . niy New Discovery its or Fallini: es or friends iiieiiiiiiio aiiyoa are askert to do is to send ' for my I REE REMEDIES and try them.They liaye cured thousands where everything else railed. Sent absolutely free with complete - direct ions express prepaid. Please give AGE itiiu 1 11 1 1 aiuiress. DR. WM. MAY, 94 Pine Street, New York City. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Bochkxxs, Oa., Jan. SO, 1902. Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine is the best I ever tried. Oar stock was looking; bad when yon sent me the medicine and now they are getting so fine. They are looking 30 per cent, better. 8. P. BROCKINGTON. Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive special notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Ulnstftated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, f 3 a year: four mentbs, f L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.38'8""1""'- New York Braneb office'. (35 F Washlnicton. D. C As might have been expected, military and naval subjects occupy a large place among the year's designs for toweling. The towel designs celebrating naval vic tories have been particularly successful; they are mostly in white, on a blue ground; or in black", on a white grouni. Besides towels decorated with artistic sketches of this sort. Hearn. in Atlantic, there have been placed upon the.roarket many kinds of towels bearing comic war pictures. caricatures or cartoons which are amus ing without being malignant. It will be remembered that at the time of the first attack made upon the Port Arthur squadron, several of the Russian offi cers were in the Dalny theater, never dreaming that the Japanese would dare to strike the first blow. This incident has been made the subject of a towel design. At one end of the towel is a comic study of the faces of the Rus sians, delightedly watching the gyra tions of a ballet dancer. At the other end of the towel is a study of the faces of the same commanders when they find, on returning to the port, only the masis oi tneir oattieships above water. Auomer iowei snows a procession of nsn in front of a surgeon's office, wait ing their turns to be relieved of sundry bayonets, swords, revolvers, and repeat ing nnes. which have stuck in their throats. A third towel picture repre sents a Russian diver examining with a prodigious magnifying glass, the holes made by torpedoes in the hull of a sunk en cruif er. Comic verses or legends, in cursive text, are printed beside these pictures. Politicians. I men nave to undergo a rerri- bio jolt before they realize the difTer i ence between partisanship and patriotism. Taffeta, inohair and sateen continue to reign supreme among dark under ( skirts. Silk batiste and mull in white or I pale, delicate colors are used to make j very dainty, filmy corset covers. ! The latest besdirgs for the ribbons j cf underwear display the ribbons to j much greater advaniage than those of former vogue. Drawers show, a tendency toward greater smoothness over the hip and increased fullness above the knee. Lace-trimmed y ones are -most popular. Embroidery consisting of a mono tr, initials or feverjte fewer esters into the decorative scheme of the most exclusive fashionable lingerie. The use of flowered ribbons is no- i tlceable upon negligees and lace tuck- j ers (often drawn up in old-time fash ioB by a ribbon run through beading). ) The new chemises show a tendency I to much greater fullness in the middle back, especially where they are in tended to be worn as corset-cover and underskirt. French hand - made garments wrought of fine handkerchief linen and ornamented with real lace and fine hand embroidery are the most desira ble as well as the most expensive un dermuslins now la mode. White ribbon is considered smarter for underwear than colors. Pink and blue come next in favor, and a. aw .. : i . i. . i a. cuuci nuuuu-rua garments are seen. Some extreme styles show the use of large ribbon bows of a much wider width than is generally used on corset covers. Zook & Roecker BANKING COMPANY. OREGON, : : MISSOURI Established 1871. The oldestbank io the countv. Trans acts a general banking business. Inter est paid .!D tim- deposits. Drafts sold on ail the priae pal 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 resp-ctfoIJy solicited Special care given to any besinessintrusted to us. Telephone No. 12. President. Cashier. S. O. Zachman, Assistant Cashier. TIE raiK' DUE. OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000. Transacts a general banking business. Interest paid on deposits left for speci fied ,time. .- Drafts issued on nrincina! cities. r?nl. lections made and promptly remitted Directors: Daniel Zachroan, presi dent; Geo. H Allen, secretary: C. L. Evane, T. 6. Einde and B. F. Morgan. Telephone No. 43. MARTHA PETREE, Osteopathic Pftysician, Oregon, Missouri. Residence, three blocks west of Opera House. Examination Free. 'Phone: Independent, No. 57. Does It Anyway. Many a man is capable of judgiig the affairs of others better tha he'U of judging his own. Chicago DaJly News. It Helps. A sense of humor is one of the beat friends a woman can have. IVAN BLAIR, ATTORN EY- AT - LAW. Office over Citizens' bank, 0REG0W MISSOURI DR. A. V. BANES, BT. JOSEPH, .MO. Office hfcure 11 a m. to 4 p. m., except Satvrdays and Sucdays 11 a. ni. to 1 p. Chronic diseases of bath saxes a m. pecialiy. Mocthly treatnaent furnished. Earliest Currency. The skiis of animate wert tfee ear liest frms of mney. Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Z-Kay Thwairf-ntios and Fitisea Jj!M, Olinical Lai .oratory, W. L. KENNEY. M. D. !.. w. Jr. bth .t helix St., S. .ltpfc,Mtt.