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A man named R. J.Pullam,ablack smith oy trade, aged about 45, was run over and killed by the early north bound freight, at Forbes, Wednesday morning, June 29th. When first seen b3r the engineer JPullam was setting on the rails, and evidently had been in the act of gtak ing off a shoe and fell asleep. He was struck and frightfully mangled, his right arm completely served from the shoulder: the right side of the skull crushed in; half of the left hand taken off; a number of bruises on the bodv. On his left arm just below the elbow the initials "R. J. P." were tattooed.' But little is known of Pullam, other than that;he worked at Forbes at his trade some two years ago, and" lately had been working at the rock quarry near Nodaway; that he at times back made his home with old man Pauls- grove on the island between Nodaway and Forbes; that he married Miss Paulsgrove, who is now dead. The body was viewed by Coroner Wyman, and it was turned over to Undertaker Thatcher, who brought the body to Oregon and prepared it for burial, and it laid in its grave at the county infirmary, Thursday Just Thirteen. Ruth McNulty on Wednesday of this week entertained a housefull of her young friends, the occasion being her 13th birthday;' did "they have a time? Well, you ask anv of the 50 that was there. She is a mdst gra cious- little hostesSj and the" "occasion will ever be a green spot on memory's tablet of these dear little guests Thirteen; what will it mean to her jand them: and twenty-six; where oh, where will they be. May each day and each year to her and them be as sun ny, as the little host's 13th birthday The eatin' things were simply delic ious; If you don't behve it ask the reporter on this moral guide. The little ones were supplied with tissue paper and instructed to make a sun bonnet, The priz.e a handsome land scape, in water color, the work of her little cousin, .Lena Gordon, was won by Bee Jones. Ruth received many handsome tokens of love. Mrs. McNulty was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Ben Gordon, of Mound Citv, who with her two children are here on a visit. C'TY PnopEHTY Property In and around Oregon Is fast ad vancing in price. If you are among those looking for either a house or lot in Oregon. let us show you one of the following: No. 3 f 1,650 6-room frame house, good con dition, 14 stories, 2 closets, panti-y, porch, new barn, out buildings, fruit trees, fine loca tion: good terms. No. 4 $ POO l-room frame house, cellar and cistern, two lots, plenty of fruic and garden. o. 5 $1)00 4-room frame house, in good condition, big porch, cement walks, outbuildings, fruit trees, close to school house. No. 6 2,000 4-room house, out buildings, fruit trees, on 4 acres, all In the city limits. No. 8-f 600 Two good building lots for S600, close to depot. .wo. $ l.ioo 1-room frame house, cistern, out buildings, barn, good loca tion, 24 Iot9, good fruit. No.l0-$4,000-6-room house, good condition. cellar, cistern, barn and out buildings, good fruit, good lo cation, acres in city limits. and 7H acres outside adjoining. good home and truck farm: house in city limits; terms. No. 11 f 7505 room house with large back porch, outbuildings, one lot, all kinds of fruit. No.13 fl.100 4 room frame house, good loca tion, one lot, good cement walks, peach and plum trees. Nal3 $2,656 5-room frame house, good con dition, electric lights, pump in kitchen, barn and smokehouse, one lot and a half fronting on two streets, most desirable lo cation in town, large porches, pantry, closets, etc. No.14 $3,000 7-room two-story frame house, good condition.practlcally new, electric lights, waterworks, fur nace heated, basement under whole house, 2 lots and a half. Forest City. Delayed Letter, June 24. -Rev. C. H. Werner and wife were in Oregon, Thursday. -Mrs. Margaret Secrist visited relatives in Oregon, last week Miss Maude Thornhill and Miss Lucy France were in Oregon, Tues dav. Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Williams and Miss Lottie were in St. Joseph Fridav. Quite a number of people came in town Saturday to see the automo biles pass through. Jack Combs, of Nebraska, and sister, Mrs. Neal Hoblitzell, of Skid more, visited Mrs. Combs, one dav last week. B. C. Harvey and wife, who have been visiting at the home of John Anderson, left Monday evening for their home in St. Joseph. Rev. Werner and wife, Miss Ella brooisby and Miss Grace Efner went to Skidmore, Tuesday evening to at tend the Epworth League conven tion, which is held there this week Ihe evangelistic meetings at the Baptist church will continue through the week. The congregations have been quite large, considering the warm weather, and attention good There were three candidates for bap ttsm. -Monday, being Robert Wills lourueenui . oirthday. his mamma planned a surprise for him by invit ing a number of his young friends to spend the afternoon, from 2 to 5 All report a pleasant time and hope Rob" will see many more as haDDv birthdays. Miss Lulu Crawford entertained her Sunday school class at her home Saturday atternoon. Those present were: Misses Ella Noddle. .Cora Ac ton, Marjorie Fitzmaurice, Yerda and Alberta Coffman, Ollie Hopper, Edna Werner, Bernice Bullock, Rachel No land, Gertie Walker and Edna Baker Ruby. New Point and Vicinity. Uncle Robert Cain is on the sick list. Mrs. Brite is so much better that the nurse left Tuesday evening. Lod Davis, of Kansas Citv. came to visit Grandpa Davis and wife. Wed nesday. Claud Bender, Will Terrv, Fred and Mabel Davis were Oregon visitors Saturday. Milton Bond and children, from Denver, Colo., visited his brother-in- law, Harry Barrett, last week. We are certainly glad to report Mr. Acton and Mrs. Brite as much better. Ollie Acton is getting along fine. Mrs. Dan Pudder, of Pickering, came down to visit her nippp Aire Elmer Brite, last Friday, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Greene King came down to Mrs. Orens Friday evening, return ing Saturday. Mrs. uren went to Skidmoie Tuesday to visit her daughters, Mes- dames Miller and Sparh, and sister, Mrs. Greene Kincr. Rev. T.I). Roberts and wife are iri Kansas City visiting with their daughters and to meet their son, Guy, of North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Ruhl and daughter. of Andrew county, came over Satur day to visit the family of his sister. Mrs. Willis Acton. They returned Sundav. O. P. Botkin lost his hay barn by fire Saturday night. During the storm the barn was struck by lightning. The tire must have smoldered two hours or more as it was not seen un til after 12 o'clock. The family slept in the opposite side of the house from the barn so did not discover their loss barn, chicken house, good loca- until between 7 and 8 o'clock Sunday ... - lion ciose to tne school house. morning. jsu.ia j.auv acres an in tne cuy limits, frontage on one street of 72 feet and on the other of 250 feet, good orchard, house 4 rooms, two large porches, wood house. all in good condition. Nero. Burr Oak. No. 1 $2,250 P0 acres of good bottom land ia one and one-half miles of Forbes. No. 2-S2.800-7H4 acres land, 2 miles from Oregon, frame house (i rooms, porch, cave, cistern at house, smoke house, chicken house, barn, cribs, buggy .shed, three wells on place, one stream of running water, orchard with about 200 bearing trees .Tona L . . than, Ben Davis. Winesaps, . about 15 acres under cultiva- v tion. practically all could be cultivated, 12 acres pasture and 12 acres meadow. No. 3 54.000 10 acres, good six room house and barn, other outbuildings. all land in cultivation, fenced hog tight. CALL ON US. Holt County Land & Title Co. oregon mo. Citizens Bank Bldg. Phones 124. All kinds. of, Pump Work done on short notice. - ,i Bbagg-Munn Hdw. Co. Corn is looking fine in this neigh borhood: a little weedv. nealth is good in this part of our moral vineyard. A few cases of the mumps near Fortescue. lne Walnut Grove Sunday school was fairly well attended Sunday, ow ing to the rain Saturday night. b. w. Anno and familv, Miller Blachly and familv visited with Mr. Howies and family last Sunday. Mrs. Isaac Pilkington, in company with her daughter, Annie, and daugh ter-in-law, Mrs. Tom Pilkington, took a drive last Sundav evening. -The farmers in Judge Van Camp's neighborhood have been very busy for the last two weeks, planting corn. The Judge says there has been a good acreage planted in this time. The wind, last Saturday evening, blew much of the wheat down and as it is so near ready for the binder, it will be difficult so save all of it. The wheat has come out wohderf ully, far beyond farmers' expectations. S. G. Alkire, Otis Hopper and Ira Alkire were in Mound City Fridav ABSOLUTELY the best medium micti -JiYML corsets made are thnse fwirinn , "SS - ' www wmiiii; 11 IV UdUC mark name ROYAL WORCESTER. This has been so for nearly fifty years. No other feminine garment is more essential tnan tne correct corset, for the corset is the base the start ing point of all fashionable, perfect fitting s. KOYAL WORCESTER are gowns. correct from every viewpoint stylish, comfort able, hygienic. Style 573 Price 2 'It Style 460 Price l Style 643 , Price 2.50 I mm STYLE 536 Price 1.50 I nc moaeis illustrated portray only a fev- m fir rnic conorvri'o .1.. styles. These and many other hand some models : - V' vw mi ywui favonte store. Be sure and ask for ROYAL WORCESTER. For? iuwiio seeK perrect style, tit and long service at a moderate price. me kuial WUKbSTER is the ultimate corse! r W IflWH "THE H0USE OF QUALITY," t. W. MHU OREGON. MISSOURI. Second Horse Show 1910 Get Your Horses Ready Po ec Teams Lady Drivers Oregon, Mo., Saturday, July 23d 1 :30 in the afternoon. In Each Ring: the Prizes Will Be $7.00 for First and $3.00 for Second. Special Premium for Charles Gaited Cowan: Saddlers, by Walk, Trot and Canter, First Prize, $5.00 Second Prize, $3.00 Third Prize, $2.00. last and Saturday and took teachers' examinations. These gentlemen ex pect to teach in our county this 3'ear. Success to home talent. The sad news reached us a few days ago of the death of Geo. Mauck, of White Cloud, Kansas. lie was the son of Mr: and 3Irs. Ferdinand Mauck and was horn and raised in White Cloud, where he married Miss Belle Orton, and made his home. Mr.Mauck was about 41 years of age. He leaves a wife, two sisters, one brother and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. Ego. AN ORDINANCE WARNING. An Act to Prevent the Use of Ex plosives Bombs Fire Crackers, Toy and Other Pistols and Guns on the Public square, and Regulating Their Use Within the City of Oregon. Mo. Be it ordained By the Board of Al dermen, of the City of Oregon, Mo., as follows: Section 1. It is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person or persons to explode any cannon cracker, fire cracker, bomb or other explosive toy or other pistol, or gun within the pub lic square or on any street crossing or side walk within the City of Oregon. Section 2. It is also declared to be unlawful for any person or persons to shoot off or explode any lire cracker bomb, rocket, pistol or other explosive by placing or throwingthesame where it may injure or endanger any person or property within the corporate limits of the City of Oregon. Section 3. It is declared to be un lawful for any person to shoot off: or explode any cannon cracker or bomb within the Corporate limits of the City of Oregon, Mo. Section 4. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misde meanor and upon conviction shall be ! subject to a fine of not exceeding twenty-five dollars, or imprisonment not exceeding five days or both such fine and imprisoment. This ordinance shall be in force and eHect from and after its passage and approval. Passed this 3rd dav of Julv, 1003. L. I. MOORE, City Clerk. Approved this 3rd day of Julv, 1903. ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Mayor. German M. E. Church Notes. Sunday, July 3rd, preaching in Ore gon, at-10:30 a. m. At the Nodaway church at 2:30 p. m. and S p. m., the evening services will be in the Eng lish language. July 10th, the fourth quarterly meeting will be held by the District Superintendent, Rev. D. W. Smith, Kansas City, Kas. On Saturday af ternoon at 2 o'clock, preaching and quarterly conference in Oregon. Sun day at 10:30 a. m. at Nodaway church. At 8 p. m. in Richville. A cordial invitation is extended to all the services. Henry Bruns, Pastor. Lee Claiborne, of South St. Jo seph, is here visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Harris, and other rela tives. There will be two games of base ball here July 4th between Oregon and one of the best amateur teams in Northwest Missouri. First game at 10 a. m; second game at 4 p. m. Abveays new and fresh all new fruit AN ORDINANCE WARNING Crushed Peach, Cantaloupe, Tutti Fruttie, Pecan Halves, Walnut Sundae, all new and fresh. The only cool and clean place. THE HINDE DRUG CO. First M. E. Church. Last Sunday was a beautiful day goodly sized congregations were in at tendance on all the services. Several visitors were in attendance at the morning service and others at the evening service as well. A wide welcome is always extended to such. When conditions favor, come again. The Sunday school was up to the average in attendance and above the average in the collection. The Epworth League was lead in a very pofitable study of the subject, "Christian Victories'5 by Prof. Brooks. A large attendance and good attent ion indicated interest. Services as usual next Sunday to which all are invited. Themes for the morning and even ing sermons are "Victory" and "De feat," respectively. Come and worship with us. T. C. Taylor, Pastor, t ' Miss Slary Zook was a St. Joseph visitor Wednesday. j -Charley Book, the auto dealer, of -Frank Keiffer was a St. Joseph Mound City, was here Tuesday. , visitor Tuesday. An Ordinance Relating to the Sale ' of Cannon Crackers, Bombs, Dyna mite, Toy Pistols and Other Matter in Relation to the Use of Explosives Within the City of Oregon, Missouri. Be it ordained by the Board of Al dermen, of the City of Oregon, as follows: j Section 1. That it is hereby de clared unlawful for any person within j the corporate limits of the City of Oregon, to sell or give away to any person or persons anv cannon cracker. , bomb dynamite, dynamite caps, giant ' powder, toy gun, or canes used for ex ploding caps during anv celebration holiday picnic, or other such public gathering, being held or conducted within the Citv of Oregon, Mo. j Section 2. Any person violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be ; deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and j on conviction punished by a fine of not exceeding twenty five dollars, i Section 3. This ordinance shall be . in force and effect from and after its Passed this 31 day of May, 1904. GEORGE LEHMER, City Clerk. Approved this 31 day of May, 1904. G. W. MURPHY, Mayor. Farmers should eat more oatmeal. Although the farmer of today is able to buy almost anything he wants to wear or to eat he isn't paying enough attenu'on to food values when it comes to his own table. If he has been watching the exten sive researches and experiments on the question of the best human food for muscle and brain he will heed the advice from all sides to "eat more QuakenOats." Quaker Oats is mentioned because it is recognized in this country and Europe as the best of all oatmeals. Feeding farm hands on Quaker Oats means getting more work out of them than if you feed them on anything else. It is packed in regular size pack ages, and in hermetically sealed tins lor not cumates. 61 Calling cards, both printed and engraved; call at this 'office'and see samples.