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STORK LEADS THK RKAPtiR
(('out limed from Page One.) On . I line 18 In; left ; pair of l.os with P.i and Ma Arthur Klder: July ::S, a boy and girl with Arthur Kent and wife, and .1 titta - a pair of ho.vs with Lowell Hi'uk'h and wife. lit- paid Ids Mist isit with the coming of Hill, at the homo of Kmery Davis, January :t, leaving a hoy, and closed up his annual visit on Decern hc;r 27 at the home of Harvey Will Jains hy leaving a Imiv. The year IHIl! being a leap year wis look for the stork to heespeelally par Hal to the mamma hy presenting them with more girls than hoys. This uas the ease In Wni and was the fourth lime In lit years that girl ba bies out numliered the boys. I turtnu those four years, lon.'l, Hurt, Iikit and HKW, theie were Mil girls horn aiid.m.l boy s. During the year the stoik visited Ml homes, leaving Kmi boys and !H girls. Our monthly hlrlh record fm lull is: Hoys, (Ilrls. Total. I .muary II u 17 February " II III March ti April il May 7 June II Inly 7 August September ,s October N November ' December il 14 IS i; 20 17 in j i i.'i 10 ll U i;i II ill 1 00 mi The following Is Tun Skstim:i.' reconl of hlrlhs for year lull: Andes, Clin and wire. I lee. .1. sou. Adklnson. Ike, and wife, Oct. I.'I, Klrl. Akees. .Inn., and wife, Mav IM. Iki. Alllxiu. Ihihi., and wife, Miy 'Jl, Klrl. Adams, ('has.. :unl wife, Max hi. Klrl. Anuii. J tin. I... and wife. Meh. '."J, Mill. Allion, Frank, and wife. Meh. n Mill. .Midler. .Inc. and wlfe,.lau. -'!'. son, ilrnun, liiissel. and wile, Nov. Hi hoy. Heitrain, Henry, and wile, ivi.u. Mltl. lloml. Lclc.li. and v Iff, .1 ii l .'in. 'hl. iJiovvnhig. Mane, anil wile, .Inly hoy. Ileggs, Lowell, ami wife, .lime 11', twin boys. Iloswell, Dan, and wire,.luuc'J,uiil. Ilroker, l iank. and wife, Ma 21, Klrl. Ilrown, Karl, and wife, May in.glil. Murkier, IM., and wife, May I, son. Iluutou, Kail, and wife. Feb. 'J.'i. Klrl. Ilouk, Ch., and wife, I'eh. 'J, fill, illevhis, II. K and wife, .Ian. 'J.', Klrl. Colleii, ('has., and wile, Nov . 'J.'I, Klrl. Campbell, Warien. and wile. Nov. "ii, son. Cowan, lliibl., Jr., and wife. Nov. H, boy. ('aipenter. Fled, and wife, Sept. Jt, Klrl. Older, . I no. and wife, Sept. girl. Caskcy, Ib'i bell, and wile. Jiilvn. Khl. Collison. h'.llph, .Hid wile, June III, Mill. Crews, Ike, and wife, June I J, son, Caiillncll, Hay, and wire, June J, Klrl. Cotton, ieo and wire, .May J. I r I . ('unite, Harry, and wife, .May In, son. (Jill Mian, (!eo and wife, Apl. L'J, Klrl. Cubb.igc, Levi, and wile, Apl. II, Kill. Combs, lilalr, and wlte, Meh. 7. sun. Chamberlain, Haive, and wile, I'eh. , Klrl. Crist, .1. II., and wife. Jan. L'.'l, gill. Carroll. IM., and wile, Jan. 'J4, nil I. Derr, Thus,, anil wile, Sept. 'J, Klrl. Doehbllng, Kd and wile. A.i'. is, son. Davis, Hay, and wife, July L'H, hoy. Urehcr, Dan, and w la , June HI, boy Duncan, Jesse, and wife, Meh. 'JJ, Mill, Duncan, llev,, and wire, Meh. :t, boy. Dawson, .Inn,, and wire, Feb. 'Jl, Klrl. Dodge, A. I.., anil wife, IV h. LV, fcon. Dougherty, Frank, and wife, Jan. 10, sou. Davis, Kmery, and wife, .Ian. .'I, Imiv. Kades, Sid, and vv Ife, Sepl . L'ii, girl. Kiniueison, (laic, and wife, Sept, '.',,, Klrl. Klder, Chas., and wife, Aug..'ll,boy. Kddy, Jno. W., and wife, July 18, Klder, Silas, and wife, June 'J8, son. Klder, Arthur, and wife, June 18, twin boys. E-lur, Dave, and wife, Feb. Ltl.glrl. I'ti'iinnati, Frank, and wife, Nov.'JJ, Rlr'.. live, Hubert, and wife, Nov. 18, boy, Ferguson, Jno., and wife, Meh. il, girl. Fink, Dan, and wife, Jan. :W), i?lrl. Fltzmaurlcc, Kd.,and wife, Feb. 7, I toy. France, John, and w ife, Jan, 'Jl, boy. Fries, Win., and wife, Jan. HI, sou (Hick, Dick, and wife, Dec. 18, Klrl. dreshain, Karl, and wife, Sept.-"-', sou. Clllelatid, Alf., and wife, July l!rt, Klrl. (tarred, I.. K.. and wife, May 'Jo, hoy. (iraliuni, llev., and wife, May lo, son, Crahain, It. I'., and wife, April lo, .Mill. Ooiild, Will, and wife, Meh, 'Jit. boy, droves. Claud, and wife, Melt. Jt, sou. Oriniii, Lester, and wife. Meh. HI, Klrl. (lasklll,0. W.. and wife, Meh. 8, Klrl. (rimes, Frank, and wife, Jan. lxy. (lick, James, anil wife, Jan. 'J.'I, son. I Halt, Will, and wife, Oct. 24, Klrl. lleektnan, Joe, anil wife. Oct. 'Jo, son. Halm, Jake, and wife, Oct. :i, boy. Huntsman, W, II., and wife, Sept 27, son. Ilulse, Jell., and wife, Sept. 2.1, boy. Hood, Thomas, and wife, Sept. 2.1, sou. Hughes, ('has., and wife, Sept. 4. hoy. Illnes, Jesse, and wife, Auk. IS, I my Hoffmann, Louis, and wife, Auk. I.'I. Klrl. Hester, John, and wire, Auk. I, son HoiIkIu, Scot t, and wife, Auk. , Imy. Hoiisewotth. D. II , anil wife, July 2.1. son. Hunt, Charles, "and wife,July I, I my. Hubbard. W. I'., and wife. June 17. Klrl. Illnde. Weed, and wife, June II Kill. Hayes. John, and wire, April. "J". Khl- Hair. Kuimcl, and wife. A pill 2s. Kill. Ilm-hes. Ceo., and wile. Apt II 21, Klrl. Iliukle. Lot le. and wife. Feb. 2l. Khl. Hayes, Du n. and wife, Jan. 27, son. Itleker. A. ('. I'., and wile. Nov. 20. buy. Jones, .las. N., and wife. Oct. II hoy. JacUnu, Will, and wire. Teh. 2.1. Klrl. Kohn, Lloyd, and wire. Oct. 1 1, girl. Kelley, Will, and wire, Sept.lo.son. Kiiukel, Joe, and wife. Sept. I, Kill. Kuiikel, (ilil. and wlfe.JSepl. 'J, boy Knit. Chas., and wife. ;.ug. Klrl. Km I., Will, ami wire, Auk. I.'I. Imiv. Kile. Hlce.atid wife, Auk. .1. son. Kenueily, Joseph, and wire, Auk. 2. son. Kent, AIL, and wire. July 'JS twins, hoy and glrj. Kne.ile, liolicil, ami wife, A pi II I. Khl. Kuiikel, Adolpli, and wife, April in, boy. KitiK. C. K.. anil wire, A pill I, Klrl. Kirk, lieu, and wire. I'eh. K Klrl. Kuiikel, Lex, and wife. Fell. l. boy. Kerhaw, Itlch., and wife, Jan. '.'., Klrl. I. hupp, ('has., and wile. Oct. Hi. Kill. Luiisloitl, Yuba, and wile, Jiiuc, son. Lint., Owen, ami wife. A pill , Kill. Maikt. Jno.. and wile, Nov. 21. nil I. Melnlyro. Fred, and wlfc-.JScpt. s, Klrl. Moore, Oscar, and wife, Auk. 2, boy. Matthews. Hoy, and wife. July 2U, son. ' Mlnsball, Kliuer, and wife, May .'to, Klrl. Meadows, Hosea, and wile. May 24, boy. MIIINon, Jack, ami wife, A pi II 27, son. Mellride, Ueo. K., anil wife. April I. Klrl. Markl, Italpb, and wife, April lo, Klrl. Mapel, llert, and wire, Meh. 22, hoy. Martin, Nate, and wire, Jan. 21, soil. Nute, Wal., and wire. Dee. 21, Klrl. Nolaud, Will, and wife, Dee. II, son. Nauiuan, Will, and wire, Oct. II, son, Naiiinau, drover, and wire, Oct. U, Klrl. Naiiinau, J. It., and wife. Sept. 20, Kill. Nolantl, (leo., and wife, Sept 1, son, Nichols, Jess, anil wife, Auk. 2S, Klrl. Norrls, (!. W and wife, Auk. '-'". I my. Nauman, Luther, ami wife, Jul v :i, Klrl. Nocllsch, Kd., and wife, Mav 2il, Kid. Nolaud, Frank, and wife, Feb. ", boy, OU, (ottloeb, and wife, July 8, Klrl. I'ortls, Leonard, and wife, Oct, 10, Klrl. Parsons, Chas., ami wife, Sept. 27, Klrl. , , riiiiuricK, rreu, uuu wue, wet. .(I, slrl. .. runups, a, i,, anu wue, rvov. o, son, Hetts, Fred and wife, Nov. 24, boy. Hamsay, Kmery, and wife, July 20, Kin. llhodes, L. It., and wife, June 0, Kin. Handall, Kruesl, and wife, May 22, Klrl Itecves, Charley, and wife, Jan. 7, son. Swymcler, (leu., and wife, Oct. II, son. Slaleup, Louis, and wife, Oct. 5, Klrl. Summers, Adolph, and wife, Sept. 28, Klrl. Slpes. P. J., and wife, Sept 20, Klrl. Stokes, S. II., alul wife, Sepl. 7, Klrl. Sellers, It. K., and wife, Auk 20, Imy. Slmcrley, Perl, and wife. Auk. '" son. Stewart, Jno., and wife, Auk. n, Klrl. Shepard, Jno., and wife, Auk. 'i sou. Showalter, Joseph, anil wife, July I-, Klrl. Sare, Chas., and wife, June 24, .sou. Slonlker, ("has., and wife, June I.'I, boy. Stltb, Ira, and wife, June I, Klrl. Swopo, Klmer, and wife, Mitb. 22, Klrl. Stephenson, Karl, ami wife, Meh. 12. Klrl. Smith, Joe, and wife. Feb. 2., Klrl Stone, Win., and wife, Feb. 7. girl, Stone, John, and wife, Feb. 4, sou Stone, John, and w ife, Jan. 2U, boy. Taylor, (Jene, and wife, Deo. 17. Klrl. Traub, Arthur, ami wife, Auk, 21. Klrl. Tlileuian, Hobt., and wife. July 28 Imy. Twytnan. Ira, and wife, July 12, Klrl. Thatcher, KdKar. and wire, Feb. 14, Klrl. Vaudever. Ilatrlsoii.aud wile, June I.'I. boy. Vanile venter, Kllas, and wile, Auk list .i, son. Williams, ll.ii vf. and wile. Hicciu- Iter 27. son. Wilson. D. P., and wife. Nov. 27, Khl. Walker. Lawience. and wife, Nov x. Kill. Wleklser. Oleii.. anil wile. Oct. .'In. hov. WilKht.Jno. I... anil wife. Oct. I.'I. soli. WiIkIiI. Chas A., anil wife, i M't.l.'i, Khl. WaKiiei, I'ouiitaln, and wife. Sept, J.Klrl. Wlckl-er. Chas.. and wire. Auk. '!'; son. West. John, and wife, June 'Js.ulil. Walls, James, and wUe. JuiieU. Klrl. Weln II, Jacob, and wife. May 21, sou. Wootlaitl. ('has., and wife. April 2.1, Khl. Wat kins, W.S.. and wire. April 17. Klrl. Weldemler. llev., and wire, A pill .1, hoy. Wilson. T. K.. and wife. April H. sou. Wilson, Marlon, and wife. Meh. In. boy. Wilson. Willie, and wife. Jan. 'Jo. SOU. M. K. Church Notes. Despite the extreme cold kooiI con- Krt'Kat Ions went In attendance at all Hie set v ices Sunday. The new olllcers weie in chaise of Hie Sabbath . school and the day's lu pin I was veiy satisfactory. Three teachers weie absent fiom Ihelrclass. t's. At Hie iiicelluK of the oltlclal hoaid, a Koily amount of business was transacted. Aiuoiik other things a eoiumltlee was appointed to see to the remodelliiK of the IlKhthiK sy-tem of I he church. Miss Peterson made the subject of the "MoruliiK Watch" most Interest. hiK al I lie League service, at which there was a Knot! attendance. Merrill llalley will lead the LeaKue next Sun tlaynlKlit. The Topic Is, "The lie- Unions Paper a Modern Prophet CiodV Cse or Man's Kuterprlse." I Sam. :i: I li-2 1. A ipilet weddliiK took place at the parsouaKe at 0 o'clock Nomlay morii ItiK, the coin racthiK parties lieliiK Mr. Alva Mains, a former Holt coun ty boy, and Miss Ksther nuWItt.hoth of Salem, Neb. Their friends wish for them a kindly providence to make I heir married life a happy one. Something Entirely New, An announcement of inoie than or. dlnary Interest. Is made, elsewhere In mis issue ny ine M.i.uri.s (ii.Ollh- I r..M )( I . That steillUB uevvh- laper now sends out as a part or the Krltlav Issue of Its "TwIce-a-Week" edition, an AOlMOI'lJTHAL AND family MA(iA.lM'; section or a nau'es. with outside covers In colors. uontaluhiK kooiI stories, useful farm inrormaiion, vaiuatiie hints to house keepers ami many other features of Interest to every member of the fam ily. Moreover. It oilers to accent sub scriptions fur the paper, IncludlUK Hie rate of ONK DOLLAH Foil TWO YKA1 S. or for TWO YKAHLY sub- script Ions In the same order. The rcKuiar price of the paper alone Is one dollar pur year. This special of- ler win ne open uiiin luriner notice, hut may bo withdrawn at any time. Head tho announcement and send in your order promptly. Educational News. (MY KAItt A. RUCK, CO. HUIT.) ConslderhiK tlie cx reme cold weather the third district meethiKi held at (. ralK last Saturday, was well attended by pupils, patrons and teachers. More teachers were In at tendance at this ineetiiiK than any other district meeting we have had this year. On account of late trains the coun ly superintendent and the representa live, Mr.Meo. Melcher, from thuState Department, missed the tnornhiK ses sion. Supt. Sclilefehiiseh presided at the morultiK session. The pupils of Craig school gavo a program which occupltd the entire session. The afternoon session began at promptly l.'.'to p. m. with an address by C. W. Annlbal, a resident of Craig. He made a splendid talk and made many helpful suggest Ions as to "What Parents Can Do to Improve Our Schools" He emphaslcd the fact that parents should co-operate with boards of directors In the selec tion of the liest of teachers: and the co-operat Ion of parents and teachers so as to have a mutual understanding or pupils and their work; also that parents could aid In securing better hygienic conditions, improving school property and securing letter school spirit. Miss Artie Armsttong gave a good talk on "ImprovltiK and Iteautlfylng School (irounds." Among her other Important thoughts and sugKcstlons were thu grading and leveling of grounds, planting trees and shrub bery so as to lie attractive anil not In the way of play: and the location of well and outbuildings so as not to mat the beauty of school propel ly. Mr. (!eo. Melcher, chief clerk from the State Department, gave a talk on "Consolidation." lie did not advance a lol of theories, but gave simple and solid facts. He gathered his statis tics and liiloriu.it Ion from the 'Jihmi consolidated .schools alieady founded mil running in the l ulled Stales. He said t but the lit t le, olie-itiomed school with one teacher anil twenty- ilve pupils and six or seven grades hat) .served Its purpose in early "days and seived;it well: but I he day for belter anil more advanced rufaTcihi- cat Ion was al haiulTTilftl cousollilat Ion was sure to come sooner in later. With eousolld.it Ion comes belter and mure cltlcicut teachers: better graded m'IiooI.s. muie time for recita tions; closer supervision and more thoroiiKh and eillcleul education. Thu country hoy or girl may attend a high school In some town or city. hut there lie or she does not receive a piactlc.tl farmers education. City schools are maintained for the pur- IHi.se or giving the city chlldicu an education so that they will lie able to meet the demands of the eomiiieii'lal mil business world. Manual training, domestic science anil agilciiltuie cannot Ik- satisfac tory taught hi the present rural school. Ilccausv in i lie average school of twenty-live pupils and twenty-four classes a day, time necessary further new and demanded subjects Is not to he found. With cousollilat ion and three or four teachers the school will he so graded and supervised that Hie necessary lime will he had. Mr. Melcher and pal ions of Liberty township discussed the practicability of the proposed high school, and Ihe law pertaining lo the lor mat Ion and maintaining such. Supt. Ilennette, of Fairfax, made a shoit talk in which he told of thu success ol consolidated schools of which he was personally acquainted, Mr. Frank Penlue.of Lincoln, made i short talk on tho consolidated cliools In Nebraska, and their suc cess, ne salil where these schools had been founded It would be impos sible to convince I hose people that the one-roomed school of six grades: twenty-four recitations a day and one teacher was belter than Hie consoli dated school. Miss Mildred Adams and pupils, of Marietta, announce that they have earned 10.17 with which they will purchase new window shades and books fur the school. Miss Kit a VanVlcklu's school al Walker Is gelling larger. She has forty-eight enrolled now. They are all working hard and doing woodwork. Tills is one of tho schools crow (led for room. Shu and pupils gave a box sup per and earned money lo have the house papered. For Sale. Notice Is hereby given that I will sell the property known as the Kli.a iieth Pierce residence, situated one and one-half blocks south of thu Court House Square, on Lots .1 and 8, lllock Hi, in thu original town of Ore gon, Missouri, This property consists of a frame house In good condition; il rooms, closets, porches, wood house, barn, cave, and almost, two lots of ground. 'I'll Is property will be sold between now and the 12th of Febru ary, 1U12, pursuant to the will of Kll.ubeth Piurce, deceased, (.'all or write HKltT C. PIKHCK, Kxecutor, Oregon, Missouri, Farms For Sale! No. l.120a, one mile from city limits, feroom house, halts and pantry, cel lar under house, large barn stone basement, smoke house, chicken house, hog slieiU, etc.: most all. kinds fruit, well and windmill, J cisterns, about 1a Umber, balance In cultivation, grass, etc.: some good creek bottom. In Oregon school district: a good stock and grain farm. Pi Ice. 12.1.00 per acre. Might consider small property or quarter section cheap laud as part of llrst payment. No. XAlwut .'Ha. high bottom land, Ma in cultivation, Including 20a hluo grass pasture, and il or 8a an pie orchard: about ."la timber, land is fenced with barbed wire anil hedge: good well and cistern. Price, Hloo oo, No. 4,20.'la, g.'1'd nice .'l-rooiu house, with .'I closets and porch, cisternal porch: well and windmill, tine spring branch: common cellar, smoke house, chicken house, barn 28x40 feet with shed attached, crib at barn luxlil feet, cow shed, hog shed 10x78 feet; 10a orchard of which l.io trees are peach: garden fenced. some small fruit, hav barn 20x711 feet, cattle, shed attached: corn crib 10x40 feet, hay shed 10x40 feet; about .Via timbered pasture, about tsoa clover, timothy and blue grass pasture. 18a clover meadow, t'.la In corn and oats this year; farm Is well fenced, practically all bog tight and cross fenced hog tight lnto.1 or il llelds and pastures: this farm is only 4 miles from a good shipping point, almttt 20 miles from St. Joseph, and only 7 miles from Oregon. Tills Is an A-l stock and grain farm. Price, tH-LiKi per acre on good terms. No. .1 No. il 'Jo.i, 7 miles east and north of Oregon, small improvements: 1.1a In cultivation, balance orchard and timber. Tills little place Is worth the money. Price, 1,(khuh. lo acres, .1 miles of Forest City: good 4-rooin log house, stable and other outDiiiiiiings: plenty or iruit- urn apple, ioo peach, loo plum and 20 cherry trees: JO acres fenced hog tight: good water: some what rolling, but Is wortli thu money. See me for price ami terms. No. 7. 8.1a. .1 miles rrom Forest City, fairly good Improvements, most all laud lies well, some pretty rolling, but not rough, practically all could be cultivated, some fruit and some timber. This could be made a tine little farm. Price, too.00 per acre. No. 8.-128a, il-room house, pantry and porch, smoke house, chicken hou.se, cellar under bouse, 2 good wells, barn .12x.11 Including shed and crib, hog shed MxoO feet; some fruit, about Ida alfalfa, clover and tim othy meadow an-' pasture, :uia fall wheat looking line, 2a walnut and locust grove: farm Is fenced and cross fenced with barls-d and woven wire and hedged wired. This farm is only 41 tulles from Oregon and can he bought for tllo.oo per acre. Cood terms. No. i. 4oa, 2 miles from Forest City, new .l-room house, smoko house, chicken house, common cellar, cistern, well, small barn, corn crib, 2a orchard, a blue grass, timothy and clover pasture. Land is fenced hog light; 4a tlmlH-r, balance In grass and cultivation. This Is a good illlle place. Price, 41'J.VOO per acre. No. lo. tilla, 2 miles north of Craig: l-room house, smoke house, common cellar, well and windmill: barn for 8 horses, mow for 1.1 tons hay, corn crib, IJoo bushel capacity and large driveway In barn: "a or chard, .la clover meadow, Hia timothy and clover pasture. Laud is fenced, some hog tight. All laud can lie cultivated except Ja which Is hi limber and set lo blue grass: ("a fall wheal, balance meadow, orchard and pasture. Price, lo,ooo: terms. CITY PROPERTY. No. II. No. 12. No. I.'I. u-rooin house, electric lighted IhrouKlioiil: bam and other neces sary outbiiildlnus, cistern, cellar under house, some fi nil, concrete walks, etc.. located on one city lot. Price, I.Vki.oo: easy leitns. l-room house, cistern, cellar, oiithiilldluns. some fi nit. concrete walks and steps, on one city lol. Price, tloon.mi: might sacrlllce for quick sale. ."room liouse, closet and pantry, smoke house, chicken house, cel lar under house. 2 cisterns, city watei, ham for .1 horses, wagon and iiugK.v shed attached, crtti in imiu. some trull, located on one citv lot. Price, flsoo.im: inlnbt trade for small farm or 'JO.t or less. No. II. -l-room house in Forest City, good well, cellar under bouse, located on three elty lots, concrete walks. Will offer this propel ly for fiMNi.iNi fur quick sale. This property Is renting for ?7.uo per mouth. No. 1.1. - il-riiom house, 2 closets, pantry, laine porch, clsteiu ami city water, brick cave, storage house witli brick basement. used for wood house; located on I city lots, also a large lot on which Is located chicken house, small stable and plenty of fruit. This property Is located in Fores! Clly, and'is a nice home. Price, t'J.loo.iin. Terms. I have laud, city propel ty, and merchandise for sale or trade. What have youv Call and see me. YOFHS FOH HKSI'LTS, A. W. COTTEN, OREGON, Both Phones, 124, MISSOURI. MISSOURI RURALIST. A hK weekly (it'iculltiriil and livo stock papt'i' pub lished at Kansas City, Mo. A Missouri pa pur for Missouri farmers and bivudi'rs endorsed hy the lea -'.in aKi'iculturisIs and stock men of the state. A paper that should he in every farm home. It is published hy Arthur Caliper, owner and publish er of the greatest farm papers in tho west. T. V. Morse, one of the ablest writers on at,'rieultnral and live stock mat ters in the country, is in charge of tin Kditorial Department, and has for his assistants the following well known Depart ment Kditors and Special Contributors : IIOMK Mrs. A. ',. Moore DA IKY Albert. S. Knnis POULTKY Mrs. .las. A. Staples MAHKKTS C A. Metsker VKTKKINAKY Dr. Walter Warren Partial list of Contributors : Curtis Hill W. L. Nulson K. L. Hughes. Frank K. Headley K. M. Hall II. W. Hrown F. M. Itells'l K. J. Waters! ripe ('.(!. Hell S. S. Spangler M. II. Hurry J. I!. 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I.uckey Mis. Artie McDonald C. il. Hutchison T. K. (iulsenberry Mrs. Ilutler Divine .1. II. Chenowlh, Jr. C. I. Mulllnax Daniki. Zaciiman, C. J, Hunt, President. Cashier. W. P. Sciiui.tk, Assistant Cashier. TIE CITIZDHS' WL OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000. Transacts a general banking busi ness, Interest paid on deposits loft for sH'cllled time. J)raflslssttedon principal cities. Col I lections made and promptly remitted, i Diuectous: D. Zaciiman. president; ,J.A. Kreek, secretary; .las liucher , It. F. Morgan, and II. S. Keeves. I Talanhona Vo. 48. See C. .1. Fuhrman for 5A Horse lllankets and Itobes, 1 ',AJife,v.