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BY DOBYNM k UURRY. Enteredat the I'ostolllcc, Oregon, Mo., as Si'conil Clash Matter. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to tlie Interests of tliu Hcst County In the Union. TERMS: $1 60 Per Year. Wstoh the date following your name en the aargln of the paper. It telle the date to which your subscription Is paid. Friday, April 7. 1011. Arrival and Departure of Mailt at the Pottoffice, Orogon, Mo. I'lTi-i'llie NiiU'iiilicr'.V. I:'.' MAILS HF.PAItT 7i'M i. m. Tor Oiuiiliii nm. Ititi-riiii'illiit- llllt, Itllll llll ImllltS ll'irtll.l'Hkt nml wt-st. Villi in. FiirSt,.lini'ili itml Inli-riiirtlluti-points. 1 9 ID. 1'nr llll mlllt-, VMM I, ,-nst nml e,t, i'ti-i'ii Tnrblii mill Vllllsi'll llMlli'llI 'S. li.1tt id. I'tir nil points ii'irlli, il mill e-isi. 4.30 p. in. I'nr Villi,,-,,, in. iih, mull in Ml points imitli, t'.'ist, miiiiIi i, ih) i, exi'ipt Ihtrrini'ill lie lie Ini'i'ti I'urrM llly met St.. Inc. 1 ,BHi, ni. I'nr nil initios ntirlli, vmtli. rusl kllll west, I'lllli'lll's will In' I'M'llitlltfi'il l't, i n Hrjilli nml l'nti't Dili' postnilii'rs, ii fullim. Leave ilft'dm at m. ami riliuti nl i.V ii in. I'livc Dli'iiiin ill li.Mp in. i. hil liliilii hi fl:ii. In. .MAIL- AIIIIIVi:. 1.1.1 n. In. miili,i--.M.ills from nil (mints, north, eusl, miiiIIi nml wi-st. IOin.1 it. m. Vllllv.i mill Tiitliln Viiltcy lirntn'ln-s. M.ills fiimi imrlli. east, soul I, nml west. Ii:l.1. in. M ill fouii all p'llnls until, m-si miiiI ,'ii,l. 3 I n p. til. Mum Unfit. I'., SI.. Inc. .V, 0. II Mall from till -ilhl, imrlli villi li, e.,, ,,ii wet, l0.1 l. Ill, I'lillll St. .Insclll. ItlltAI, it I r 1 i.s. tnao a. in. iini.ii ii.iui). ,n. i. ii'.,v, . it,.. tl'li at I .11 1 1. lii. "i.lii u, iii. Iliir.il It'iuln, Nil, Ii'iivi v Hi" tutus, l::iii. m. Mian a. in. Iliiinl Itnnic, Nit. a, li-iiu-.. Ilr mi ii at r.t.1 i. iii. tiilto . lii. Ilnr.il Itinilc. Nil, I, leans. Itc till ll lit li i. in, Niaon. in. It ii t it 1 IliinU'. .No. &, linns. II,.. turn, nl l.im i. in, Mull urit luaili' iii innni.ly K iiilniiti-s he. (urnilopiirtlim tlmi. Mntl In I'nrti'si'in', Ituln ami (mints 1111 (In H A M. In .S'rlir.iiUn .Tlililii i inlli', of till, offli', uliimlil Im malli'il liffiirt Nit.', h. m. Ii order l' rcm'li Us ilcsttiuttlint llu sum,. ,lu New 1'i.lnl l ,iiiilli'i liy Catrlcr. Ilium .Nlllnlnr OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Circuit ( oilll, Cimivi'iii's llr,t .Muinl.iy Iii .laniiiiryi fuiinl llnndays In Alirll nml A tiun-l . William C. Illllsnii. circuit jiiilitf. Ikiiry T. AIMre. (iiii-ii-Uni: iilli.nii'y. IMwIn A I Mm liu lit. ri'iill cli'ik. A. II. Mi'Nully.sli.rlti. Iluiry M. Irln, li'in'4r:iil.i'r. I'luliitc Court, I'uiiveiii's Mviinil Miiinlav, In I ','1 inn, ry May. Auu'11,1 u l nl Nov -ihIm-i, Ii. W. 1'nili i, t I . , I Jinliif. CmiiiiI Cnntl lli'iriiliirTi'imsi 'Ir,! Mnnil ,y In IVIitti try, M.iy, Aiik'ii, mill Nmi iiiIht. Ili'iiry I!. H tilil, iii',iImu' Juilar. I'lillllix'lili.ilii ,. Jii.Il'i' 1,1 ilMrii't. I'lunrl, .1. liasklll. Jml.-c '.M ill,irli'l. Prank I. .illi't, rli ik nf niiiiiiy I'liurt, CiiiiiiI,, H.iiiiI nl llcnllli, Ili'iiry I'.. Wiluht, iiii'slili'iil. I'lillli s.'lilnili.nicr. vi'i .iri',tili iit I'lan.'l, .1, llii,kll , 'M ilMrii't l.'. I Kiulis, fuiinl) ilivlrl in. I'r.ink I.. Zi'lli'i-. Mvii'iaiy. count itiiniiiur laiiH'Mtiim, tli'ii. W. Ili'iivls, llri'itmi V. I-. linliin. Minimi Clly. Miillli' I'.ilmi'r, Crulii Ciilli'i'lnr nf lli'ii'iiui'. Iliiwnnl ,, 'r.'ii 1 1'. L'liniily Tirnsiirri. Nrvlllc IMckMin, lli'i'iirilrr nf Hi'i'tR .IiiIiii M. IIIIiIihiiI. t'oinli)lliiiirrif N'hiaiU, lie,, VV. Iliavl,. I'lilill.' AilnilnUtriiliir. . VV. rinnmlii,. yilH'rliili'inli'iil uf I'mir, M'Ihiiiin Ciir,'in, Hurviyiir..liilin II. I'l ii-t. Ar,ir, I'rrry V. Iliiinsay, Vnriiiii'r, liny It. MIIIit, .Mullliiinl. Unit ( 'nil ll I' rimhilull. H..VM, M nl,' t ii , l.r iiii fli viiliintliin. Cnuiity ta,:ii'iin1lti valuation, ('ouiity mail l, lis'ini f Inn vuluiitlnn, Avi'riiKu m'ImkiI lux levy. Ifo ht floo vhIiiii tlmi. Cninly ,'rrulril liy art nf li ul, Inline, .liiiin. ryii, I - 4 1 . I'liiiuly mi mill fur INnlcl lllci' Hull, nf I'lutli' (Jnuiity. llrciinii, Ciiiiuty S'll, rri'.-ilml liy iirl n( In: Islaturi', .liini'UM, InII. I'liliiilatlnii, I, nil. Aswxsal'li' ui'iillli, I'lllM-l). Ai'iililn w.'iillli, liiml,. Inwn IntH anil M'r,.miil ' -.r.'i'.ll i l.aml, 4,ni,iiio Tiiwnlntn , KIIMNI MvnutiH'k Kll,'0 Olln r ihtmiiihI l.ilTD.AI Tnlal Onun, cniinly M'ut, Kln-trli' llulili'il. WiiliTKiirks y,t,'m. City tiix,&onii fiuu, Hclniul lux, T.Vj on (tno, .f-.UV.4lii WANTKD -KAITIII'UIj..I,KBflON TO TlvA vku tor well twiuuiunra nnuu id a n OountlM, calling oo retail merchmiU and Menu, uuchi urriuirr. ninsry eiubt ji nad eipeme advanced. Fueltlua permaneal auitneu aucceiuiful and ruihlu. Bt-odard ouia, W Daarbora Ht, Obleafu, OHSKKVK ROTH VKIDIN(J DAY Continued From First I'aRc old place In I8I0 that the llorcliers Unit Iivm opened t tic llrst Mock of Kootls for sale In the county. Tin' children eainu from, the old (own: from Michigan, fiotn Wyoming, and ultli a few special frieiitls to en Joy a Hood Mint! to enjoy an occasion that rarely corner) to one In their Journey here: to WMl ullli father sind mother, hrother and sisters with each other once uu'aln tinder the tlear, old rooftrco shade. Willi these pieseiit they reooiiiiled the evperlences I he I rials and t rlhttla llmis, the Joy ami happiness those slxly jears had liroiiht them. White as l lie driven snow though Ihelrhalr may he. jet I here was the hottyaiicy of the jonth of sixty jears aifo evl dent in the old Mejcr home down In Forties township, Tuesday. April 4, It'll. All of their children were present: Solomon, on the old home place; Mrs. Ada (Srenoiy, Hay Clly, Mich.; Mrs. Ida llankln, liiirllimton, Wjo.; Mis, Alice Knn., Oregon; Miss I-'ati- nle, Oregon. The urooin of sixty jeais aeo was hum in lladeii, (lermany, March '-'", sT, and has the icfo'ro Jus) enteied upon his s;,t, u.:ll', ,. camu to America with his pari't.ts, Andiew Mejer, Sr.. when he was " jears of age, and I he liimilj located In Wayne county, Ohio. In Ml the famlh came lo Hull county, and located In now Follies township. In lss with Hi,, inn. ,,r uoiii r)H' him. he weiil :ii'io,s the plains to r.illliitnla. siaitlnu fnm the Iowa and Sac Indian icvrvatliin at High. Itinl. Kan., on Maj I. and airivedat ll.iiigtown. Cal., ,iiun,t I.I. of that le.ir. unil.liiL' inilnlj aloiik' I he Amer ican tlxer. With a uuoillj amount of 411I1I tlust. he lell fnt his tetnili hotne. In Septemher. s:,o, cntnlii): hj .vavnfihe lthinn f Panama, lo Sew Vnik. Apiil I, lil. he iiiarilcil Matj Ann. laughter of .l.icoli Knnkel, who came 11 tills I'onnty In isl'i. Theie were hlrleen ehlldien hiiin lo Ihein, live if whom aie livlnu' mid weie with tliein tin their nnih annlveisurj. I'lieie aie l lili lien uiiindchlldreti and Unee great'iiaiidclilldien. Mis. Mej i' was hoin In Itlchland cotitilj. ililn. In ls:n. I'p to the time of the civil war hi .viis a liemocrat , voting lor Douglas in l"tlo. hill the war coining on, he lecaniean Intense I'nlon man, anil ie has ever since alllliated with the lepnlillcan p.ulj. Mrs. Mejerlssev, 1 a I j ears his Junior, ami was horn in vhal Is now- Monow count j , Ohio. The.v are licit It earnest, devout, 'In Kt I. in pimple. Mr. Meyer, In Is IT. ogelhei with F. S, linstock, Sr.. .vc ic among tlicoilgluaMifiiiiau M. Iv lass which met at Hie old ItostiH'k lomeiiear this city. liev. II. Muhlen nek. the then cliculi rider I'm- the ieiiiiau Melhiidists, nrgaiiled IliU lass. lie aided matfilall.v from lilsweallh o support his daughter, Miss Fan lie, asa mlsslou.it.v In t'hlii.i. and iielped lo liulld In Chung King, a ehool for girls, ittid Is known aside Holt cniinly s. 1 of West China. l-'ni Hie p.isi iloen years Mr. and Mis. Meyer have heeti living In com. roitalile retliemetit In a handsome ol lage III Olegoii. and Willi I hem Is . hell widowed daughter, Mis. Alice iviitu. and Miss l annle. Ilnl Ii the In lile and gloom aie lepre elll.ll Ives of I he t wo most evlelse lam I lies tn have settled In our cniinly the Meiers and Knnkel,, ami were iiuoug Hie pioneers of Hie coitutj inning hero In the early lu's from ililo. ( if t he foriuer onlj Mr. (ieorge Meyer and his ;.sler. Mrs. Marj llor necker, remain, while of the original Kuukel famllj, all have passed away, ve helleve. Theie Is a long list of descendants of I he two families still it'sldlug In the county. Four general Ions were represented at this wedding: The hrldc and groom: their daughter, Mis. Alice Knn., her daughter, Mrs. Harry K. llusnt'Ks, and her two sparkling lit I le daught ers. The time for feasting came, and the children and guests lepalied to the spacious dining room where a hountlfiil repast was served. After thanks went olfeied liy Itev llriins, the guests were seated lo enjoy the feast, which was all that mortal could well wish for. The tahle was hand somely decorated in Southern siuilax and roses, and Mrs. Sol. Mejer had every detail so completely in hand that H seemed mi easy for Iter to look after her guests' every want. As In the fo's, the mi's and on down the years that have passed and gone, the reputation of the old Mejer homo Ik losing nothing In its reputation for hospitality as presided over hy Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Meyer. Carnations and roses were In rich abundance in the dining room and reception room. I'pon the libra the center table was a massive Jar dlnelre rilled with white and red car nal Ions, Following the elaborate dinner the Advance op Styles Dig Sale cf Floor Covering at Whc!c::i!b Price3 f ip lOLLOWl NG cur fgi.'.I cuatom vc inaugu l&TSl ra, 1,,'s v,'0k r1 fivcc Spring Sale in which wo include a 4 Cstrpcts, Drr.itcriyri at most unusual reduc tions. Hy means of tho rehite plan you can conte to St. Joseph to do your iradinj; without expense, as we are memhersof the Retail Merchants' Asso ciation, who rebate railroad fares on all purchases. Read carefully 100 Axmlnster flugi. OxIJ fc-i. Iieniitliul hi li s it ti il eoloni. ej.tr.i iniiilliy, i ';nl.ii ii:, 1111 griiile, at UlmtiMtulu I'rUv, tfj-fl y (2f iiiivv 1 I tuv 200 Wlltsn Velvet tlucs, n:l2 fee' SCIUIlll'hH, III ill !? In o!it ful l .le(i'. siletiilil m li'ty , l-('',ill:ir J22.".il'ltlile, lllil."'rl C AA Miii I'lii-i.Mw pJl3.UU 150 T.ipeslry Dru?ela Murja. Int. in jiiili'.M, woven In one pleee fl r.tl or (li 'filial "tyle, rei'iiltir .'I 7. "11 ot CH O CA Wliolfiiclo 1 1 Ke.. tf) lutuU CO Vlllon Velv;'. nucc ?:12 f- 1 ki'iiiiiIi'hh. extra Due nuidlly In 11 Itiiiuil vuileiy. rcctilar $i7 . unuli'.al Willi!. ale tJ'OrV rtfS I'rl.e. i.j.v The 507-09-1 1 Felix St. Brady Drapery Co. Saint Joseph, Missouri St. Joarph'o Largest Wholeiate and Retnll Carpet Store Meiulier Itetall Merrlinnta Aihw latlon. Iteliale It It Fares' MISSOURI RURALIST. A bitf weekly JiKrinilturnl nml live stiwk wiki pub MhIilmI nt Kansas City, Mo. A Missouri pa i!t' for Missouri l'ariiii'rs atnl hnfedors (Miilorst'il by the leading MKiiiMtlturists and stiMtk www of the state A paper that slmnlil hu in every farm lioine. It is pnlilislied 1y Artliitr C'apMM. owner and publish er of t lie greatest farm papers in the west. T. W. Morse, one of tho ablest writers on agricultural and live stock mat ters in the country, is in charge of the Kditorial Dep'irtmont and has for his assistants the following well known Depart ment Im I iters and Special Contributors: IIOMK Mrs. A. Z. Moore DAIUV Albert S. Kutiis PUULTKY Mrs. ,la. A. Staples M AHKKTS C. A. Metsker V KTKIU N A UV I r. Walter Warren Partial list of Contributors: Curtis llllt W. I. Nelson i: I,. Iluulies. Frank IS. Ileadlev K. M. Mall II. V. Ilrovvn F. M. IteilM-l K. ,1. VaterstrlH' ('.'. Hell S. S. Spanulcr M. II. Hurry .1. It. .Mnoticv I'lor.F.II.Mtinirord I'ror. M. F. Miller I'rof. ('. II, Kckles 1'iof, Trim bridge The subscription price per year, but you can Ket it by for $1.80 er year for both publications. Send your subscription to tliii-: ollice at once. Kiiests repaired to the parlor, where Mrs. Fannie Heed rendered a piano selection. Mrs. Ilessie Jackson, of St. Joseph, sanh', "Oh, Promise Me" and "Harden or Itoses." Little Carol Me.ver saiitf.accoinpaulcd y her sister Until. Allcoaud Wlnefred llasiiess re cited. Itiiv.llruns read a scripture les son, and offered a beautiful, earnest prayer, and then Have a coiiKia'tiila tory talk to the iikciI couple and ehll dien. Life was a Journey, he said; In that life many blessings and Kifts came, lint the greatest of these was the s'ifl of companionship of husband and wife, lie referred to llielr Ioiik' life together, of the results of that life; peace, plenty, happy attsl con tented children; all living with love for the Kreat Master. He also read a congratulatory letter from the Klrls of the CIiiiiu: CIiIiil' kcIiooI In China. Telegrams and letters of congratu lations were read from ills grand children, (ieo. Kiiiu, at Walla Walla, Watth.; M Initio and Nellie Meyer, of a ot:r entire st)t iti!? stock of this list of prices: 10 Otylen Axmlnster Carpeta, with liiiiilei-H 10 niatcli, eli'ciiiit uirlelv ol HI. 1 lei, itipilai f I L'."i per yinil, at 'lioloi;il. I'rli'u 1 ff now, Kl' yil plUU ID fitylss Tapestry nrutsci Car pats, with or without I'oi-ii. r, Sii'inllil for xlltll:g romii or Un it 14 loom, iciilii) l.eo per yard nt Wltiik ale I'rlte, ref ill).., per (,' 3C Finest Grade All Wool Ingrain Car peta, Willi MOt HI I'll Wlllp, ,'XIIIt In, ivy nriiilf. Ii;iiI:ii- t.ie jx-r il. t.. Wltoh'.nle I'llce, GG. now, per )d OOC 12 t'cat VUe Ce;t:h Linoleum, (OV"l'H JOIir llllllll V'lllllltlt II c -in. riililier fiititiiel tlnUli. n i; 11'ar 7.e per ynnl. a' t?(r . liiili-.-ale I'rhe, no. ,mI OUC Carpet C07-09-11 Felix St. I'rof. I. II. Iioane Dr. I. F. I.ucke.v Mr. AillcMcHonald ('. II. Iliili'blson 'I'. I). (juiseiitMrr.v Mrs. Ilutler Hlvlne .1. II. t'heuovvth, .lr. ('. I. Mtillinax of Tint Missouri Kuralist is $1 clubbiiif,' with Tun Skntinki. St. Petersburg, I la.; Mrs. .Iiilla liar din and their widowed daughter, Mrs Jacob 'Meyer, of Lander. Wyn, Aside from the Immediate inein tiers of tho family tho following quests were present: llev, llruns and wife: Mrs. Fred Divlnell and Mrs. Hessle .lacksou,of St. Joseph; Win. M. Morris; W. It. Curry, I). I'. Dohyns, of The Sentinel, Mrs. Fannie Heed, Miss t.usta Fp permauu. Father and Mother Me.ver on this occasion ate from the same plates and sipped their coffee from the same mips and saucers they did at their wedding sixty years ago, Mrs. Meyer wore a bow made from her wedding dress. The guests on taking their leave were presented witli a rose or carna Hon from Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Meyer. It was an occasion that will ever linger sweetly In the minds of those present an occasion that surely comes to few; a landing place In their me s voyage utai win ever no green to them; an occasion where every heart was tilled with love, peace, Joy, goodwill. May they continue as In the past to walk life's golden sands until they reach that place, the house not made with hands. I For Weal or" Woe. I llecorder Illhhard Issued the fol low lag inarrl,ie licenses during the month of March, lull: llarher, .1. W., of Skldmore, and Ultra L. Morrord, March 111, by llev. 0. II. Saiiccinan. H.ililer, K. t!., and Minnie It. Lent., of Orcunn, March 7, ly llev. Iletir.v llrutis, Carlton, Henry II., and Myrtle II. Hunt, of ItiKclou, Maich 'Jo, hy liev. II. li. Hlnlllllcld. Collins, . I. ('.. and Susie Wade, of Mound Clly. March s, hy llev. Clark W. Cotiistock. C.ilu.M. K..and Alma lleekiu.iii.of HlKflow , March -', by K. S. Mellon aid. .1. IV Fleinlit. Clta. A., and Viola (i Malhls. of Malllaud, March II. by llev. V. It. Knycarl. France. Charles, and l.ti- No land, of Forest Cll, Maich shy Itev. I. ti. Lacey. Ilolleitbcck, Walter F,.. and Amu M. (iallaway. of Mound Clly. March is hy Itev. Claik W. ConMu-k. Handy, Win. T.. of Orccou. and Hrace I'. (Joiild, of Mound Clly, March .'.'. by Kldcr II. II. Dawson. Heine, Iletir.v. and Matilda Mtisch. ofCr.il:. Maich 'J, hy liev. I'. T. Schmidt. SI111II. Flo.vd. and Lulu Weller. Match I. by Kliler ll. It. D.ivv.oii, Lilly. Cl.iience. ami I'.lla Smith, of Ort'Kon. March Ji', by Kldcr 11. II. Dawson. I!eee, Valdo V.. of Hot Sprltm. Ark., and Kuini.i K. lieese. of Cialu' Maich L".i. hy liev. II. (!. Illomlleld. Yandall. Claud W.. and Vera Carl- Inn.orCralK'. March 3, bv llev . lieu. W. .Mavvvelh Is Making Good. The follow I111: I10111 the Hiawatha World, id Mutch S will doubtless In Iciest bis many foriuer Holt cottutv friends. as ('barley .tacksoii used lobe one oi its down this way: Charley .Isicksoti, who hy the way, has established iiilte a reputation In these parts as ;i uianlpulaior In (Hit. iiuhitf lo Hie fad that he has iMiupht .mil sold several I trow 11 county farms In the past few years, has lieen dolny business aualn. His last venture in this vicinity was made two ycats auo when he IxiiiKbt the. iiiarler seclion ivheie he now lives, from II. II. Wall ers for Tll.noo, and sold It a short time auo to 11 lady fioui Falls City. Neb., for tho neat little sum of 2I, imni. Since selling he has purchased mother of Ilrovvn county's best iiiar ter's, Just east of Hiawatha, and will move there about April I. The ie movalofsitch people as Charley and his estimable wife is always a great loss lo any comintinlly, , vet our los will be the other people's gain, and ne can only wish for them happiness and prosperity In their new home. .did congiatulatethelr new neighbor upon their acipilsitioii. The Knocker. If .von lakea gloomy view , as jour Jounie.v you puisne, you will have a weary Jaunt, getting nothing that .vou want , for the man who silvvav knocks ilndshls pathway strewn with riK'iis, in our village there a man whn has followed up I his plan, saving. as he Jogged along that all things 011 carl h are wrong, and the gods have vvear.v grown of Ids dismal monotone, and they surely make him prance ev ery time I hey have a chance. If a thiiiiilcislnrni is louse, lightning hits his cheap caboose; If a Hood Is raging rotiud.he's I he 011I v one t hat 'sdrovv ned: If the Hie lleitd visits town, it will hum his ha.vstacks down; and Ids pigs all mam astrai. anil Ids hens have ceased to lav, and Ids daughters all elope, and his heart Is void of hopi For the man who aluavs walls of misfortune seldom falls lo encounter all there Is of that melancholy hi. Wai.t Mason City Election. Our annual election passed oil with out the least excitement: In lad, there was Indications of an election lielug held only at the polling places. A total ot 111 votes were cast on Hu proposition to bond the city for 10,- 000 for Hie purpose of increasing the city's lighting plant, and he il said to the credit of our people only il votes were cast against the proposition eight of these were cast In the west ward and three In the east ward, C. W. Ilartram was elected cltv marshal and Dr. Jonas Whltincr was elected alderman from Hie west ward and It, C. Kenton I'rom the east ward At. the school election, the proposl Hon to Increase the tax -V) cents was carried by a good majority and I.'. D 00k anil Joe It. Murray were re elected as members or Ihu board. Itliode Island Kggs for setting, Harrison Vandever, Mutual Phone4:ti J. W. Kilvvards, of Plattsmoutli Neli., was here Sunday visiting his hUter-ln-lavv, Mrs. Lulu Kd wards. An Earthly House Dissolved. Mary K. Pralswater, daughter of Samuel and Susan I'rajswater, was horn in Andrew county, Missouri, on the 11th day of September, IHtiO, and her entire life was spent not far from the place of her birth. At the age of l(i years she confessed her faith In Christ and united with the Presbyterian church of New Point-and held fat. to her faith In the Savior of men to the last, and, tfhcii tier health permitted, she was faithful In her attendance upon the services of the chinch. On September IS, W. she was united In marriage with Mr. C. C. Ilardmaii. hy Itev. T. D. Huberts, her nasi or then, and now. alter nearly S!" years, the same minister as her pas tor again nlllelalcd at her funeral. Of this marriage was horn one daughter, KNIc. vv lio with husband, father and mother, four brothers and one sister survivu to mourn tne loss of mother, wife, daughter and .Ister. Mrs. Ilarilin.ui had been in failing health for many years and the line- ipial contest between vitality and dis ease ended at ! o'clock p. in., 011 March Ji. lid I, hi victory fordlseasu ami her eat t lily house was dissolved. Flltv vears. six months and eigh teen davs marked tin; time of her earthly pilgrimage and she entered upon that lite which Is not. counted hy years, days and months; for there one never grows old, and the life never ends, neither docs the Inhabi tant, ever say, "I am sick." Funeral nh-tcoti cs were held In tho New Point Presbyterian church, on the last day or Match, lull, at 11 o'clock a. 111., and was attended by a large eoiigregat Ion of relatives and the many friends of the family. Ilur- i.tl was In the New Point cemetery. 11 here the IkhIv. sown III cicat weak ness, w III rest lo siwall its roMirrcc Hon in power. IS. Surprise Party. Last Satuiday evening, a hunch of Miss Hesse Mooie's friends went In .mil sin pi , cil her tn remind her of her blrthda.v. Various games were play i'ii. alter which dainty lefresh nienls weie served. A dandy good 1 line was had by all present. Those .ittcuding the party were: Misses Hessle Myers. Ida (imild. Susie and Nelle Smith, ('.race Slnill. Kdlth and Llllie Fugles, Mae and Hesse Moore, Messrs. Kirl Springer, Dale Kuukel, .Hni Fugles. Halph Myers. Fled SI111II and K.ra Smith. X. Live Poultry Wanted Delivered near the depot at Forest City, Mo., Tuesday, April llth, 1911. one day only. For which we will pay the following prices in cash: craws to be empty: Hens : per lb, 13c Roosters : " " 6c Ducks, F. F. " 12c Butter & Egg Co, HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE. I will sell al my residence, In tho northwest part of the Cltv of Ore gon, on SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1011, beginning promptly al 1 ::u p. m,, the, billowing described peisoual prop erty, I o-vvll: ' I Dining Itootn Table, one-half doen Dining llooin Chairs. I Folding lied, I bedstead, Cnpboanls, I Hall Tree. I Stand 'IV.hle. I Wash Stand. I ..Kitchen Tahle, I Hefrlgeralor, I ) ashing Machine, I set of Double Leather Fly Nets, about three rourths ton Hard Coal, I Lawn Mow er, about ."Hi yards of Carpet, about, no gallons or good Cider Vinegar, and other things too numerous tu men tion. TERMS-CASH. MRS. MARY GELVIN. II. C. HKNTON, Auctioneer. It is u fact that Insurance Com panies throughout the country will give you a lower rate where you use Pltnbley Hooting than where you use shingles, Iron or tin. Hesldes It Is less expensive and tnoru durable. Andrew Tochterman Is exclitslvo agent and sells this rooting under a guarantee that It will last for years. -Miss IManeho Dillon Is vlsltlnir relatives and friends near Mall land!