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Notice of Final Settlement.
i Nou.v i liL-rt-by ;riven, tliai the under ' Mirnt-'i .-idu.itiiiintlor uf the i-it.tl- of .luhn Itooit-y, 1 -uael, win xuakf final setiieiiient of Jii-s ai'i'uanJ"! with said etate a- u:h ai rninistrator at liie ue.M term of the l'robate ; (.'nir; f IJU Ci;;iiiy, Miwjim. ti be h-un anu h'lio-ii in un.-.r u, in :iUi county, oil tne day of .;v.-;nmT. A. 1.. !::-. l'ATHiCK A. I0(LEV. Aoniini-rtrator. Tiii- iKt dav of Air-'u-t. Jit'-. t THE ST. JOSEPH PHOTO CO Branch Studio has been re moved from Oregon to Wound City, v.here, with IMPROVED FACILITIES we vvil! give you our best service. Studio Open Every Saturday Notice of Meeting of Stock holders of The Oregon In- terurban Railway Com- pany. Notice is hereby jriven to all StockhoWh-rs of The Oregon ln'leriirla:i Kaiiway Company tlial a i.'ie. iiii-,: of tie- Kwicliolder.-) of said Company will be held in Ihe circuit court room, in the Court House, in the city of ore win. Holt County, Missouri, on TIiri:IMY. OCTOUKK -TII. A. I)., I'.'d-. that -aid meeting wiil be convened at U o'clock a. in., of that day and continued dur ing at least three hours, unless the object for which the meeting is called be accomplished sooner: that the object for which .said meet ing is called is to have submitted and voted upon, a proposition to issue the first mort jrajre bonds of the said company in the sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars, ($30.00 MM) the proceeds or so much thereof as may la- nec essary to be used for the completion and equipment of said Company's road, i-'aid bonds are to run for a period of Twenty years, payable at. the option of the Company on and after Five years. n 3 By order of the Hoard of Directors, this August 1st. 1903. Attest: LEWI? I. MOOUE, Secretary. H. 1 MORGAN, President. 1st insertion, August 7, 1LK Notice cf Final Settlement. N'ltice hereby irivt s: th:.t the under s:ir!n(i a'!:ainistrai(ii of tiie parttier-thiu st:ite of I'. A. and .John I:!H!ey wiil ma Ice i finai seitienc iii of lil- ac.Niii:, s with said 1 1 e-tate as -uch admitiist rator at the next term of tne I'rubate Court "f Holt County. .Mis-, sonri, to be hohien in nviroii in -aid county, i on tiie I'tii dav of Noveiiib. r. A. I. 1'."'-. : i PATKICK A. DUH!.I-;V. Administrator. ' Thisi::l day of August. !: j Administrator's Notice Notice is heieby L'iveii. tliat Letters of A.l- mill ist nit ion on tie- estate of Alien T.liloom ! cf. lecea.-ed. were uranieri to the uitder- siirned. n the ::d day of July. JW- by the i lr"i;itc Court of Ho!; Count v. .Missouri. Ail pet-sous h:t I!!.: claims acrainst said i i est.-:teare require; t. .!! bit them for allow- I I .-I'll-' to tie- adiirnisir.il.. r within one year I jifterthe dai.- of said le:; fs, orlliey may ne ( I ptecluiied fro i any benefit of saiu cs'ate: iniidifsuch claims lie not exhiiiiied within ' two ye.-irs from tic dale jf ibis publication. thev"s!iall be forever barred. I WATM N i'.I.oo.MKK. AoTiiinisirator. ! First inseriion August '.. r.'-. Church Directories. Presbyterian Church. Iiev. James 51. Walton, Pastor. Sabbath school at ?:30 every Sabbath t. P. S. C. E. at G:3u p. m. Prayer Service Thursday evening at 7:30 0. m. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. tz. aj d ':.' p. m. Wood vi lie every Sabbath at 3 p. n.. z. Everybody cordially iuviteti to attend t. e above services' If the pastor can help you, please call for lis-services. MUSIC OF BENEFIT TO SICK. How About Your p Christian. Church. Eider H. H. Daw.son, Pastor. Bible school every l.onhday 6:45 a. rn., D, Itrooks, superintendent V. P. S. C. E. every Lordsday '1:30 p. in. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening a 7:LU Preaching every second and fourth Lords (ly, morning and eveniuj . 11 a. in., 7:.'0 p, in All cordially invited to attend all intiLps of t -ie eliureh. All made welcome by the pasto For Sale. Hi acres, all in Alfalfa. hoif-tight fence all around, and cross fenced. Pour-room house, three down stairs and one up stairs; barn, hog sheds, corn crib3 and hay barn Good well and running spring. Plenty of fruit, apples, pears, peachy, plums and strawberries. 40 tons alfalfa hay. 150 head of stock hogs in good condition and healthy. Call on or ad dress, W. A. Sipes, Forest City, Mo, Route, No. 3. FARM FOR SALE. The farm known as the Wm.Brodbeck place, consisting of about 105 acres, and lying just half way between Oregon and Forest City, and y, miles distant from each, is now offered for sale. Seventy acres in cultivation, about 15 of which is in orchard. A small houBe, good spring, plenty of post timber. Electric light and water line extends along one side of this land for a distance of J mile. Oregon is the county seat of Holt coun ty, and Forest City is a thriving town on the B. & Al. railroad. See or address. W.J BRODI3ECK, Oregon, Missouri. Trustee's Saie. Whcrea-, J. L. (."nlloway a. id Win. F. Atkin son, by t heir certain deed of trust, dated ep 7. V.wf. and recorded in book JO'i. pa4M, in t he oliice of the recorder of deeds within and for Holt County, 'Missouri, conveyed to t he undersigned llarr M. Dmuran in trust to se cure t he payment of :i promissory note herein described, the following desc-iijed real estate in the county of Holt and state of Missouri to-wit: The northeast iuarter and the north half of the northwest Uarter. and the southeast fourth of the northwest quarter of Section twenty-seven r'7 and the northwest fouitii of the northwest quarter of .section twenty six cV), in Township sixty one (t;i of Uanire thirty-nine (.'il'-, containing :".M acres, subject to a prior dee of trust to t he Prudential In surance Company of America for -7..Vh).uu. And wheieas def mil has been made in the payment of said note and of tin interest thereon, now therefore, at the request of the leiral holder of the said note.aud in pursuance of tin provisionsof said deeu of trust, I will on MONDAY, THE -1ST I A Y t ) I S E I 'T EM 1 5 E I', litK between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and live o'clock p. m. of that day. at the front door of the Court House in the city of Oregon, Holt County. Missouri.-sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, the above described real estate for t lie purpose of satisfying said trust. HAKKY M. Dl'NCAN. Trustee. M. E. Church. T. J. Euyeart. Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath iii'irnitiK aud eve: nfi at 10:45 a. in., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school every SabKith at & :30 a. m. ? v Morgan. Hiipt. Prayer meeting every Thursday eveuluK ':30 p. m. Kpworth League Junior every jSabhath 3 V u., and senior one hour before prtachini very Sabbath evening. Business meeting of the oflicial board tb- rst Monday of eacli nionth, at 4 :.'J0 p. in, J A.. Kreek, secretary of the board. W. V. M. Society meets tiie first Friday i- ich month, 2-:m p. in. W. S. WOOD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office Over Zook & Roecker Bank, OREGON, M0. Home Phone, 61. Mutual Phone 59. Drs. Josephine ai Sylvia Prat?, OSTEOPATHS. Office in Seeman Building. West Side of Square. Day and Night Calls Promptly Attended Home Phone, 87. Mutual Phone, 104. W. L KENNEY, M. D., Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Spe cialist, Sixth and Edroond, St. Joseph, Missou ri. Correspondence solicited. WANTED SKVKK A 1j INDUSTKlUUS Pfctl sons in each state o travel for house estab lished eleven years and with a larse capital tocallujKin merchants and agents for suc cessful and tiroti table line. Permanent en gagement, weekly cash salary of SIS and all traveling expenses and hotel bills advanced in cash each week. Experience not essential Mention refererce and enclose self-addressed envelope. THE NATIONAL, 324 Deaborn St Chicago 111. WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON Tc TRAVEL for well established house In a few counties, calling on retail merchants and agents. Local territory. Salary $102-1 a year and expenses advanced. Position permanent business successful and rushing Standard House. 331 Dearborn St. Chicago. Teacher (after explaining the charac ter of the Pharisee) And now what do we mean by a "hypocrite?" Pupil Please, miss, a man who says he is wot he isn't, but he ain't. Punch. If only people who can alTord to lose would bet on horse races there would be less harm in the sport. HARRY DUNGAN, Attorney- at-Law Oregon, Mo. NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION In the Circuit Court of Holt County, Missouri. The Mill Creek Drainage District of Holt county, Missouri, a corporation. and Phillip Schlotzhauer. A. D. Taylor, .lames A. Will iams, Peter Sipes, Jr. and A. .1. Jimison. the Hoard of Supervisors of said Drainage Dis trict, acting as such lioard. plaintiffs, vs. Catharine Galbraith and Chicago. Burlington & (vuiucy Railroad Company, a corporation, defendants. To Catharine (Jailbraith and Chicago, Hur lington & (Julncy liaiiroad Company you and each of you are hereby uotitied that on the 24th day of August, I'.HK in the circuit court at the city of Oregon. Holt county, Missouri, the plaintitfs in the above entitled cause will present to the circuit court of Holt county. Missouri, a petition asking for the condemna tion for public purposes of the following de scribed tract.s of land owned by yon in the southwest quarter of the southeast quarterof Section four (4). Township lifty-nine (.V.). Range thirty - eight O). Holt county, Missouri, to-wit: A strip of land live (5) feet in uidth oir of the northeasterly side of the right of way of the Chicago, Hurlitinton & (juiney Railroad Company, through said southwest quarterof the southeast quarterof said Sec tion four, measured at right angles to the northerly right of way line of .said railroad company as now located Which said strip of land is owned by the Chicago. Burlington & Juincy Railroad Company, i corporation or ganized and existing under the laws of the state of Illinois, and licensed to own and operate a railroad in the state of Missouri. Also a strip of land in said southwest quar ter of the southeast quarter of said Section four, adjoining the said right of way of said railroad company above mentioned, "and de scribed as follows: Commencing at a point inrecnutuireu leet nortiioi the point wiiere tin; north and east line of the right of wav of the Chicago, Ibirlington.S: ,uincv Railroad inter sects the half section line running north and sou Hi through Section four (4). Township lift v nine C.'.W, Range t hiriy-eighl (: thence with ! degree curve left and 'continue said curve tint ilit intersects a point fifty feet distant from thy aljove mentioned right of way line meas ured at right angles to the north"and easterly side thereof: thence southeasterly and parallel to said right of way and fifty feet from the same until it reaches a point one hundred and fifty feet north of the south line of said Section four; thence south 4.'J degrees east im feet: thence south .: degrees east to the south line of said Section four. Varation of needle same as as that of the half section line running north ami south through said Section four. Which said tract of land last above described is owned by the defendant, Catharine Galbraith, who is a single woman residing in Holt coun ty. Missouri. Said petition will further ask the appoint ment of commissioners to view your respec tive lands above described and assess the damages and compensation to be paid you for the taking t hereof by the plaintiffs herein, for the purpose aforesaid. You are further notified to be and appear before the Hon. Win. C. Ellison judge of said court at Chamber in I lie citv of Marvville. Mo., on Thursday. September 10. l'.ti'S :it o'clock p. in. at which time and place afore said when you may be heard and may answer to the petition of said plaintiff, and the ap plication for the appointment of commission ers to assess damage for the land sought to be condemned. TheMill Creek Drainage District and Hoard of Supervisor of Mill Creek Drainage Dis trict, liy Phillip Schlotzhacku, Its President. Evangelical Church. E. F. Ruehringer. Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. in. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. Services every Stuiday.niorning aud evening Regular preaching services the lirst anr hird Sundays al 11 a. m.. aud the second ant" ' mrth Sundays at 8 p. in. Preaching at Nlckell's Grove on the first auc Mird Sundays at 8 p. m., and the second anc lurth Sundays at 11 a. ni. Preaching at Culp school house on the flrat nd third Sundays of each mouth. Preaching at Benton church second anC 'ourth Sundays All are cordially Inylted to attend. German M. E. Church. Rev. Wm. Tonat, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni. Preaching every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Preaching every Sunday at the Nodawaj -Uurcli at 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday afternoon t :30. Everybody cordially invited to attend abor crvlces. M. E. Church.Forest City. Rev. J. P. Godbey, Pastor. Preacnmg on the second and fourth Sunda-. n each month, 11 a. in., and evening. Preaching on the first and third Sunday even )g, Sunday school every Sunday at 9 :30 a. m. Junior League at 2:30 p. in., and SenlOi .eague at 7 p. ni. J. A. Lease, Pres. Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening 8 p.m Ladles Aid society every Friday at 2 :30 p.m. 'Irs. E. A. Scott, Pres. Preaching at Klmsej school house on to ?rst and third Sunday mornings. Sunday school at to a. m. James Leas 'upt. All are cordially invited to attend. America's Greatest Weekly Christian Church,New Point. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Preaching on the lirst and third Sundays ach;month, 11 a. in., and evening. Y. P, S. C. E. every Sundayevening,G :30 p.n All are cordially invited to attend. Sev. T. D. Roberts' Appointments. New Point, every Fabnth. morning and evening. Sabbath School at 10 a. m. every Sabbath, lurzon Christian Church, Bluff City. W. H. Ilardnian, Pastor. Preaching on the second and fourth Lord, lay at 11 a. in. and 7 :30 p. ni. P.lble school each Lordsday at 10 a. m. Three Years for 25 Cents. Farmer Progress, the big farm and agricultural monthly of St. Louis, Mo., announces that the subscription price will be advanced to 25 cents per year be ginning January 1, 190S. Until that date subscriptions will be accepted at the old rate of three years for 25 cents. Farm Progress is one of the best farm papers in the country, and well worth the ad vance asked. Send in 25 cen s at once to pay for a three year subscription. If you are already paid up in advance, send in 25 cents and have your time extended three years longer. A beautiful fruit picture, size 22x39 inches, will be sent for 5 cents additional to cover cost of tube and postage. Address all orders to Farm Progress, St. Louis. Mo. DERTjPlERCE, DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore B'idg. Hours 9 a. in. to V2 in. 1:30 p. m. iO 5 p. ni. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. 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In the Berlin charity hospital, on every Sunday, in the afternoon, con certs are given for the benefit of the patients. The good effects of the music are said to ho extraordinary. Tho British Medical Journal recalls that a St. Cecilia guild was founded in London some 15 ye"rs ago on the initiative of the late Rev. Frederick Kill Harford, then a minor canon of Westminster. The movement was supported by some prominent persons, among whom was Sir Andrew Clark, and its efforts in a few hospitals and workhouse infirmaries were watched with a certain amount of languid in terest by a few members of the med ical profession. But the enterprise came to nothing. Our medical con temporary thinks it a pity that the St. Cecilia guild was allowed to die, and says it might be worth while ap plying the experimental method to the determination of tin effects of music on the circulation and on the nervous system, and thus indirectly on other functions of tho body, in a more seri ous and systematic way than has yet been done. BEECH TREES AND LIGHTNING. Wrong Belief as to Safety during a Thunderstorm. A widespread belief is that during a thunderstorm safety may be found under a beech tree, and that the dan ger from lightning is 15 times a3 great under a resinous tree and 50 times as great under an oak. Dr. A. V. Borthwick, the British naturalist, finds this view to be entirely without foundation. The beech is not avoided by lightning, which selects one species as readily as another, but the taller trees in the neighborhood appear to be the ones liable to be struck. The effects of lightning also are common ly misunderstood. The cells of a tree are not ruptured or torn by the for mation of steam, as so often stated, but they collapse, or shrink up, with out tearing. The roots seem to es cape damage. Dene-Holes in England. A large group of the singular exca vations known as dene-holes was re cently discovered In the forest be tween Woolwich and Erith. Their po sitions were Indicated by cup-like de pressions In the ground. Two of the holes have been explored. Each pos sesses a circular shaft about three feet In diameter, with holes in the sides, apparently Intended for the sup port of ladders. The holes run down about 50 feet through earth, then pass through four or five feet of chalk, and expand into caverns 18 feet In height Each cavern has six chambers, grouped radially round the bottom of the central shaft. This is the ordinary arrangement found in dene-holes, which have been thought by archeolo gists to be secret receptacles for the storage of grain used about the time of the Roman occupation of Britain, or earlier. Few Hotel Keys Returned. ' "Well, there's tho first one in a long while." said the hotel clerk, as the postman slapped down the mail on the desk. "The fire! what?" asked the guest. "Tho first key we've got back in a long time." replied the man behind the counter, as ho picked up the key, with a stamp affixed to the big tag on it. "You know they take them away all the time and we have tags made with a direction printed thereon to slick on a s:amp and they'll ccme back to us. But I rr.iess that the per centage fJf returns is small. "Alnest no one take:-? away a key with ih- intention of stealing it. but some folks keep them as souvenirs when once they get them home." What's in a Name? That the sea has no favorites, nei ther regard for vessels whose name3 might be sujwsed to entitle them to special consideration, Is shown by the fact that during the last year the following-named vessels were lost: The Archangels, Guardian Angel, Galilee, and Leo XII. The R. P. Chase was wrecked on a reef In Maine called Jordan's Delight, the Ohio was lost In Port Safety, the Dart struck on Holy Island, and two vessels of the name of Glad Tidings were wrecked. The following ships were burned at sea: Thorn Hill, Silver Ship, Milos, Thistle, Sophia, Fortunatus and Talfu Maru. Marine Journal. 'WINCHESTER g Smokeless Powder Shells "LEADER" and "REPEATER" THE BLADE, Toledo, Ohio. All comrades of Meyer Post are here : by notified to assemble at the court ' houpo on Saturday afternoon, Sep. 2Gth, at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of transacting sucn Business as may prop-1 eriy come oeiore it. xne semi-annual dues are now due and comrades are re quested to come prepared to pay their dues for the term beginning Jan'y 1st i 1903. ! By order of W. H. Habdmak, ; Commander. fi-v I, ;. !- r The superiority of Winchester $J?',:l Smokeless Powder Shells is undisputed. Among intelligent 9 g H shooters they stand first in pop- g ecords and shooting 8 A 1 . f 9 Always use tnem " Not All Hawks Chicken Thieves. The hawks have as bad a reputation as the crows, and all hawks are called "hen-hawks" by those who are ig norant of what they do live on, but the majority of the hawks do not live on poultry, by any means. A great many of them live on insects, and mice form a large Item in their bill of fare. The sparrow hawk Is the one that is to blame for the hard name given to his brethren, and it is he who kills the chickens and hens. When hard pressed for food other hawks rarely; may carry away a hen or chicken, but this is the extreme rather than the average case. M 14 hi l Qualities. g for Held or Traji Shooting, 5-;. '. TtfSl 11 Ask Your Dealer For Them. Pipe and Cigarette. A cigarette is especially devised for tilting nicotine into the mouth, but ap plies tho poison so Insidiously Cpl It is unfelt. Tho punishment vould aptly; fit the crime U eYerj boy fonnI clg arette smokies wero coilrafelle'd to! smoke a nev Cfcy plStr fiJIed With strong tdbacco . SQcJJf, hi treatment would be ua mpE nf onroc flftllAl rV T