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i OtVVtfr BY DOBYMS 4 GUKRY. Entered at the 1'oBtofllce, Oregon, Mo. as Second Class Matter. A Weekly Newspaper IteroUxi to tlte Interests of the Best County In the, Union. TBKMS: $1.60 Per Tear. Watch tlii lata fallawlaa yair asm aa Iht aarala aftk aaaer. It till tha aatt ta wale year aatorlatle la pali. Friday, December 1. 1011. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Convrnn Hrl Monrtmr In Jitnuiryi fciurlli Himdars In Aifll hiiiI August, William C. KlllMiii.rlri'iill Judge llmry T. A I kin, prmiiMlnit nlliiriiir Kit win A llunhnm, c r.-ull ,-lirk. A, It. MeNulty. sheriff. Hurry M, Irwin, trrnirrnther. Trcliitr Ciinrl. Cunti'im -is-nnil Mnwltiys In I'l'lirimry My. Aurum and Nnvttnlirr. II. V I'lirti-r. iimtnte Judge. County Court ItiiMlur 'IVnnn first .Mnnlnys In IVIiru ry, May, A uitut nnd XiiYi-rulM-r. Ilrnry E. Wrluhl, iiri-slillnt Jmliit-. l'lillliS'lilitliniii'r. Jtidtti- lot illstrli'1. I'rtni'U .1. Iliiiklll. Jiiilm- J' I illMrli't. Trunk Ik Zi'ller, clerk nf enmity rutin. Count ltnl of llrlli, lli-nry K. WiUlit. rfllcnf . Philip srlilottiiiui'r. v l.--.rl.trtil I'ruiii-N .1. tliisklll, ilMtli't U. I K.vitiis, county ihi.'l in. Trunk I.. 'MWt. wti lir. t iiiiiilt Ituiiiil of Tilm iitlnii Oiii. U. Itvfit l, tiri'iinii. .1 I . I'ru.i ii. Muiniil lt.. I: ,M llnik. r'Ktii. ('Ilectnr of IJi'Vi nui". Il,i:itil . Tcnti f'oiinly Tri'ii'iiri'i. Neville lUck-mi. It.inrili-r of 1 1. vis, .Miii V. Illlilianl. (.'imii,II,,ni r of -ilinot., Kill A. I'o'l.. I'lihllc Ailinliil.tiiilnr, ti. W. I'limniliit. iii rliilfiiciMii of Tiii. -i lmrn t'nrsmi imi'yiir..liihii II. 1'iTi t. Ai'ur, Ti'rry VV. Iliiinviy, Vmiiit. It'i) II. Miller. MiiIIIiuhI. Hull ('.unity ifiiiuliitliiii. li'M. Sluti- l.i' no I t'lillllitlnn County tux, Won tuiu viiliitillnii, County mini tn, lite mi llui tuliiiiilnn. Avenue m'IhniI tux levy, ITe ut llw vjttu.t tlon. County rrmtiil dy urt of tcrNhittire, .I.mu ry Sw, I'll. (Anility iiami'il Tlnlti' Ciiiinly for li.iuli-l III,'.' Holt, of Vlrriinn, Count v SVil, I'rnilvtl liy ni'l of It-it Lliituri-. .Iimci'l. I'll. I'otiuliillou, l.ull. Aswivililr- wt'iiltli. f'.llMsfi An'i'x'uIiIi u.'iiltli. Iiimls, town loin hiiiI iH'rvm.il .t.l'XMt .. I.Tni.hKi .. KW.H KII.'N' LiiiiiI . . .... TuHlili.tn l.ltC'tlK'k Other i'rsoiliil Ti.Uil Drrvu, i'oiinty sent. Klii'trlcllKlitiil' Waterworks sysli'in. City ux.T.Vcin 4I''. Si'IhuI tax. 7.Vou I'". .. I.HTO.t'.V i.lln Arrival and Doparture of Mailt at the Poitoffics, Oregr.1, Mo. Tlfl VI lit- XnVl'll, . I V.'. IIS'.'. MAILS IIKI AKTi 7 r4' it in. Tor Umiilin inn. Intcrini'illult poliita, mill ml mlnts north, eint itud wt-M, VilOa m, Tnrrlt, .Inscpli nnd liiti-rnii'dlikto point. laiootn, Tor all points south, runt null west, I'U'i'pt Turk In nnd VIIIIm'ii liraiii'lii s, 1 1.10 n hi, Tor nil txilnts nortli, wt-st ami I'itsl, iHOp. in. Tor VIIIIsi'h, 11,, rlh, mall to hII points north, rust, south and west, I'vi'i'pt liitt'rtiifdlate be twri'ti TortstDily nnilht,.Iiif, 7 iati, 111, Tor all mI tit north. nouiIi. east tnU west. l'ou, 'Ill's will hi' I'Xi'liauiti'il Im'Iwi'I'ii lliriion and Tori'st Oily postothYt's, as fnllowst liavi'firi'Kon at TiJlja in, ami rrttirii at l:U a, in, l.avi(lri'iioii at I ;M p. 111.. ami return at 6; hi p. 111. MAII.S AlllllVK. H i-l.t a. in, OmahaMulls from all point, nnrlli, fast, Miiitli uml west, lOill.l h. in. Vllllsi'u mid Tiirklo Valley hriiiu.'hi's. Malls from north, east.soutli uml west, I ia, p, 111, .Mull f tint all points iiottli, west ami east, aim p. in. Main line l. C. St.. In. C. II. Malls from ull hiIiis, north sniilli, east uml west. 0 itl.t p. in. I'rnui St. .loseili. IttlltAI. Illiin i'.s. UiSOu. in. Hll rill Itniltii No. I, leaves. u rns at p. 111, WiH0it.ni, ltitral Ituutu, No, S, lenves, turns, 4::m p, 111, He-'He-lie-He viae it. in. Ilural Itouti:, No, 3, leii Ifiytc turns ut l:'M p. m. V 30 1, in. Ilural lioute, No. 4, leaves. turns at 4 ::m p. in, Wi'JO it. in. Ilural ISoulu, No. ft, leaiirs. lta- turns ut 4:0) p. til. Mails ru tuudu up pnmip.ly li minutes bu oradepurtlnv time. Matt to Korteooue, llulo and points on tbe B tkM. to Nehnuika within 100 mlleii nt thin oKeo, ihoold le mitllod before 6i4S it. tn. la order orcblU destination tbe name day. Now Point U upplled by Currier, lioute JuiulrS. Lkld. to Rest, The bodv of Warren Qelvln. who died at Marshfleld, Ore., November 13. arrived at MaltUnd Sunday night and was taken to the. home-of his mother, Mrs. .1. If. Kfckp.i. The tleUlls of the death Of this ex cellent young man are not yet fully at hand, hut It Is understood his death was caused by a tree falling on him as It wax felled. The tree In falling struck another near by, and Klaticetl In such a way as to catch Mr. Gclvln, throwing him to the ground and crushing his leg and hip. The accident "occurred on November 10, and he was removed to a hospital where ht tiled on the P.'lli. lie bad been an employe of the Smith-Powers Logging company, of Oregon, as Its chief scaler for the past fourteen years, and enjoyed the coulldetice of his employers, lie Mas :t" years of age, and greatly esteemed by his associates. Warren Kltner Gelvln was horn near Oregon. Holt county, Mo., April IH74. He attended the country school In tin: Franklin district, and was a graduate of the (Juincy Husl ncss college. In the J far ISit.'l he united with the Presbyterian church, of Craig, Mo. When In college, In writing to his older friends, he at ways sKke of the Sabbath school which he attended. He was a young man of energy and vim ami had a host of friends In this county and wherever he Ihed. He leaves to mourn hl sudden de parture his mother, Mrs. .1. II. r'lckes: one sister, Mrs. litilti lllalr. of Seat tie. Wash.: a stepfather, Mr. .1. II. r'lckes. and two. half-sisters, Mlsfs Maude and May I'lckes, In- sides many more distant it-lathes. TI10 funeral si'ix Ices were held at Hie I'lckes home Monday morning. S'lixembcr 'J, coiiducleil bt the lle .1. KusM-H .lout's, pastor of the 1'ies bjleil.iii chinch of Mall'auil. Tin tel tii'i wa Matt. 1 1 : "I'luue tiiiln me. and I will ilt ,m it"t The songs used wcro ery liiiptt'sslM and Hie ll'irtl tlllittles wi'ti- iii.titx and bi'aut II11I. Tlir InliTiiiciil was mailt In I ) Maltlaud ccmeli'ii. Ilnioud our shiii'H and our In k wt await t lit- rt'siiitt'Ctinu day. Sunday Scliool Workers. liepnrt id I In' t'bristiaii Stiudat M'lii'iil tnr the muiilli of November lldl: Nov. n. piesenl. n7: e'lllecl loll. :t III Nov. IL. prt'seul, 71. culler) Inn. '.''i Nov. tu. present . m: t'ollei'tlon, ,'l Nov. .ti, present , PI: collect Inn, II ti Avetage at tendance. A Miragti col led Ion. .'J.I, SM'Clal feat tires of the school work llevluw of the lesson each Sunday by one of the nillcers of the church. tlloslue song by one of the classes, KverylNsly matle to feel welcome and at home the llisl time present. 100 the mark for the average during moiilb of I'ecemlier, Let everybody woik. The annual business meeting ol the chuicb Is to be held next Sunday lifccmhcr .'Id. after Sunday school Karl 1 and every member of I he church Is earnestly ieiiiestetl to all end llii service. !o early and give lis a good Mail tor the Inn average in the mouth of lifccmhcr. It. ('. IIcntiis. Superintendent. T. I., .t.i. 1, Kit. Cli'in of llo.tnl. I. E. O. Program. UeceinU-r lull. Hostess Mrs. Kuukel lloll Call Aichilecluieof the mosiUt Magalue Itevlevv . Mrs. Montgomery Magazine Itevlevv Mrs, Mtiitn Heading Selected from Ametican Motherhood Mis. llintle See ('..I. l-'uhrmau for ,"iA Horse lllankels and Holies, T. S. Illnde was a St. .loseph vs lor Wednesday 01 this week, llox supper at (he Khusey scIkhiI house, Wednesday, lec. tl. Kvery- bisly Invited. After a month's stay with her II 1st grandchild, Mrs. Sella I'lillbrlck returiicd to St. .loseph Tuesday. It. S. Turner, an experienced druggist from llortoii, Kau., has ac cepted a position In the drug store of K. O. Phillips, this city. All members of the Christian c'liiicb are urgently requested to be present at the church, Sunday morn ing, lec. .'I. business jif Importance Is to come before thu' congregation. Come. Our fellow-cltl.en, .Ino. .l.l.uken lias been appointed Vice-President for the M. W. A., for Holt, county King City, Mo., has accepted the next Northwest Missouri Log Hulling and this honor was couferyed upon Mr. Lukens, for he (swell known as a hustler in whatever he undertakes. A severe dust storm, sprinkled with snow, prevailed here all of Mon day and Monday night and I lie great er part of Tuesday. The w ind Mon day and Monday night raged at a JO- mile gate, and Tuesday morning, the '.'Hth, the thermometer touched t) de greos above. We Hand You the Key TO Hired Wastries 'EMPRESS FLOUR' 4 Good Yeast and the seasoning and care. This is the best reci pe that is yet known. Lest you forget we want to remind you that we carry a full stock BULTE'S BEST" FLOUR, PEACOCK AND QUEEN tfe PANTRY the latter is undoubtedly the Best and Most Widely Known of Pastry Flours. These excel lent Brands of Flour are Sold and Guaranteed Absolutely by mm 9, nm i MUIMU I OREGON, Coats for Misses, JSniUrs and Children. We have an immense assortment of Win ter Coats in New Fancy Mixtures, Plushes, Caraculs, Broadcloth, Etc. WE WANT YOU Women's Coats, price $6.00 to 20.00 Hisses' 44 Juniors' 44 Children's 44 The Fiits-Bunker Mer. Co. XJ aMlUUQa . MISSOURI. Women, TO SEE THIS LINE 44 $5.00 4 12.50 44 $4 50 " 8.5O " $1.50 44 6.00 8atorday' night, "attlvev MtettisOMrt' Tfw m .of the;aeaon drtnot church, Mtsa prativ.frilsbn, teachtfikMrZ'V) yrpfe froni. iUewlnR ...t . .'l... til.. 1. 1. ..A I tl. Mini,, e V.II1 n Mil InWl Ul fw.l IIIUBK XIIU IBIIIIMIIU Ar I lege (Kansas) will sing for the people of Oregon. Miss Wilson Is a gradu ate of vocal music In tlotnti and has taken post graduate vvork In Chicago. She has a beautiful voice and knows how to use it. You will be delight fully entertained by hearing her. Ad mission . Adults '..W Children.. loc Tickets on sale at Moore & K reek's and Kltts-llunker's. rttfMlttAM. Piano Duct "Suite de Valse" Kroeger Misses Mills and Wilson In the Dark, In the Dew - Coombs Were My Song With Wings Provided Kahn (.omc to the Harden, Love Salter Miss Wilson Nocturne Schumann Spring Orleg fctudo Chopin Miss Mills Nymphs and Latins llemlierg Miss Wilson Nocturn Chopin Klude Paldiul Miss Mills lloat Song .... Harriet Ware The Land of the Sky-Dlue Water (Omaha Tribal Melodyl Cad man . lllrthday Cowen Miss Wilson Impromptu Itelnhold Miss Mills My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice SalntSae (Cantablle from "Sampson et Dcllla") Miss Wilson Woodville Church Notes. Communion services were held In the Woodville church last Sabbat I morning and a large cougrcgat Ion was In attendance. Two pi'isou' Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Smith, weie re ceived Into 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M-1 l 1 1 1 1 by letter and two children, the infant -on of Mi ami Mr-. William Kurt!, and the lit fant daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Ilulph Muikt, ueie li.tpilMil. The people are showing their appre elation ol' the change o(.llie hours ol service Ciout the afternoon to u-.t in,, for the S.ibbalh -cliool evety Sab oaiii anil, na. in,, anil 7 p. in . as the hour for preaching on the -ccouil .mil fourth Sabb.tth- of the month. dev. .lames S. Cunningham, a nils slonary to Wcsi Africa, spoke on the morning of November Huh and in tin Woodville church at night nf tin si me day to.-large and apptcci.ttivt iiuultiicch of both chilthen and adults Ills doMrlpt Ion if Id- anil Mis. Cuu nlnghain's vvork In that mission Held and the exhibition of African curio were very Instructive and entertain lug and will serve, we hope, to awaken a deeper Interest In the subject n foreign missions. Pastuii. Notice. There will be preaching at Hit Presbyterian church, Oregon, at the usual hours on next Sunday, both morning and evening, by the Itev. .1 S. Cunningham. This will he his fare well sermon to the people of ( hegon and vicinity, before he and his wife Mis. Minnie Murray-Cunningham, re I in it to their nil-slnnury work in West China. Kveryone cordially Invited to attend these service-. Miss Charleue Itu-sell attended the MIssourl-Kan-as foot ball gameal Columbia, Sat unlay ol last week. Have Harbour. .It., Is home lor s visit w It li his father, luvld Harbour !-r., anil his sisters, lie halls Irom Sterling, Colorado. -Mr. and Mis. W. S. Ilodgln and Hin, visited In lloek Port over Sun day, the guest of his brother-in-law . Ceorge II. Donovan and family. -Mrs. IS. S. Stephenson left Toes day evening fur Murphy-buro, Illinois, where she will spend Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. Ora Finney. Will Simmons and family are back home from Tiicumcarl, N. M.. where they have been for the past four years. Will says he Is mighty" glatl to get back. tiny Cummins ami wife are visit ing In lirant City ami remained over Thanksgiving, the guests of his sis ter and brother-in-law, Itev. A. D, Seellg and wife. beginning Monday-afternoon Dec. 4, I will lie at my Studio every after noon until Christmas, with a Hue line of goods suitable I'm Christmas pres ents articles In China, Water Colors and Metal. Mils, Fannin Di'noan, The Iherla Sentinel lluds that a man can start out any day and Inside of an hour and thirty minutes he can engage a woman' to work for llfo at nothing a week, while it will take two weeks of solid search to get one to work at high wages ami hoard. Hubert Stout, writes us from Mor ris, Oklahoma, that they aru all well ant) "through husking corn In fact, finished last season, as the corn crop this year in his section was a failure, and the pat crop was poor, hut they had a bumper hay crop and cattle did well. Plenty of work In the oil ttelds at tl.W per day," XIIC tflliiu uifii. o v. v (uwi yv. tlPeatre and thesmali, but well ap preciative audience were well repaid for, braying the storm and witnessing Manager J. E. Dyers and his company' In "The Olrl and.the Tramp." It Is their boast that every member of the company, no matter how humble a part he has, must give his best efforts to it. and in the presentation of this laughing comedy bore out their state ment. The play .possesses wonderful heart. Interest from beginning to end; Is full of Intensely dramatic situations, and yet with all theme, with comedy ele ment, hilarious, sidesplitting fun. In fact, It may well be likened to an April day, a delicious mingling of sun shine and shadows, tears and laugh ter. The play really ikismm consider able literary merit, being far above its class In the matter of construction and technique, and the company, too, Is exceedingly meritorious. It has the essential parts Tor a good drama tic performance eveiiess. Of course the part so splendidly portrayed' by Happy Jack, the tramp, Is the central figure, but so well are the other char acters grouped about him that the ensemble Is well nigh perfect. The management hopes to get them for a return bill next season. Juniors Entertain Seniors. One of the most enjoyable of meet ings of the 111 1-11! High school schol ars, occurred at the home of Win. M. Morris, on Saturday evening last, when the .fiiulors entertained the Seniors. The spacious home was brilliantly lighted and elaborately decorated ill t lie clavs colors, lavender mil white. (iiMid cheer and school day companionship prevailed through- nut the eveiilngand It vv III ever be re- mcmhcit'd by the-e young men and women. A two eout-e table lunch eon was -erved. The table was richly leeoi.ttcd with the class coitus and a large centei piece" composed of carna-lion-, banked with maiden hair fern. To each place card vva- attached a liagiaut carnal Inn. The run began in real earnest when the gues-lng colite-t was on thl- consisted id Identlllcatlilu of the guc-ts by their best know li charactcilstlcs: physical measurements: color of hair, eye-, etc.. being fiiniNln'it on cards. The pii.e, it hand-nine bound volume, ftciit to Miss ltuby Kuukel. The gue.-ts -laved 'till the lights went out and even then some wanted to still linger Prof. Ilrooks being one of the flayer-. The classes feel grateful to I 'a and Ma Morris and riraudma Mtixlow and Mrs. Waie for their val uable help. dev. It. N. Kunkel, of Daykln, Neb., was here for a few days, this aeek, the guest of Id- patents, .lohn II. Kuukel and wife and other rela tives. Do you know that you can buy anything and everything you will need for Christmas, or the Holiday Sea-on. cheaper at the Variety Store, Oregon, Mo., than you can In .losephY Don't take our word for this, but call tod see them and be convinced. !'.. It. Moss, formerly of Forest City, writes us from Morris, Oklaho ma, where he has been for several year.-, that times are pretty close In that part of the state, but that busi ness Is now beginning to look up. They are all well, and want to be re mcmUtrcd to their many friends. Among tho-c from here who at tended the Certruile Hoifmann en- ' gagement at the Tootle Theatre, St. .loseph, Friday and Saturday of last week, wereh. I. Moore, D. P. Dobvns, Dr. II. (1. Pierce, Wes Markt. Ward Headley. Fred Cook, Harry Alklre, (ierald King. Ashy (Jreene anil Will It. Curry. The funeral of F.d. Keweu, the Forest City recluse, who tiled Sunday last, will be conducted from the M. K. church, Oregon, this Thursday af ternon, Nov. ;iu, at :i o'clock by the pastor, Itev. h. Powell. Fred .1. Gold smith, his nephew, of llockford, Illi nois, came and took charge of affairs, and the remains of the unfortunate man were laid to rest in the Maple (iroveecmetery. The many friends of Mrs, Stella Zachmau will be glad to learn that she arrived here, this week, from Ho- vlna, lexas, where she and her hus band have been making their hointv. for a few years, but from now on will make their home here, for at least the time being, llerliusband, Charles A., does not expect to get here until about Christmas. We extend to each of them a hearty welcome lucktothe old home. -A letter from Dr. C. II. Howell, (Charley,) formerly of this city, hut now one of the leading physicians and surgeons hi llerlln, Oklohoma, writes us that they are having line weather, and In his section of the stato they are all prosperous, having raised good crops', this season. He says the sect loiv where he lives is the 'Garden Spot'', of the state. Says he Is prospering. "fend enjoying good health. Sends regards to all enqul tng friends.