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Fullest Stocks and Great est Values in Pall and Winter Merchandise PEAT influx of new styles in readiness for your inspection this week. Our apparel buyers have beerTln New York the past ten days and have been particularly fortunate in their efforts to secure good values in the latest style and highest class garments SUITS, COATS, WAISTS and outerwear of every dc scription These new styles arc arriving by express and will have their fullest showing in our suit department tomorrow and next week. November shoppers are extremely fortunate- in having such a magnificent assortment to choose from at this period of the sea son when lines arc generally more or less depleted and broken. Some pleasant surprises await you in quantities, styles ami values. The showing of Ncw.Coats is especially attractive and strong. The styles arc riijlit up to the minute and the values show the advantages of late buying from manufacturers desirous of winding up their season's business. The materials arc Chinchillas.Zibclincs, Double-Faced Cloths, Bouclc, Diagonals in all the latest colors: also Caracules, Plush, White Astrakhan, etc., at prices ranging from SIO.OO, SI2.50. $15.00. SI7.50 and S20.00 up to $32.50. The greatest assortments, greatest values and latest styles await you in our Suit Department tomorrow, next week and all this month. An early visit is advisable. MAIL ORDERS ARE CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY FILLED. RAILROAD FARES REBATED. Townsend and Wyatt Dry Goods Co FIFTH AND FELIX STREETS, ST. JOSEPH, AH). Monarch. lid. tiraham made a tiip con. Sat unlay. Iila (iarnur vM-ed Satwday ami Sunday at KnusSmlthcrs'. .lolui liraliain ami wife Mltcl Sunday at .lush Chile-oafs. Mrs. Sam Quick and Holly vMU'd Sunday at Frank (,'olliuiu's. Frank Colhnur made a trip to Forest City, Sunday evening. -(Jeorgo (iarnur and wife and !lna visited Sunday at. II. It. Hughes'. Harry Ulley and wlfu visited Sun day with I'a and Ma I.llley. near Fill' more. Hay Allen and wife visited Sun day with her mother, Mrs. .lolin rat-j terson. Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Garner visited with relatives in Andrew county, Sat urday nlKht and Sunday. -Mrs. ArthurCheesuman and baby, of Falls City, Neb., are vlsltln at the homo of Ueorne Trauh. .Mrs. .lames Smith and daughter, Orah; Mrs. Hoy Ashworth. Harold, .lessle: Mrs. Clyde Kret.ur, Max, Kay mond, and Mrs. Clarence Ulley visit ed relatives in Kansas and St. Joseph, last neck. Cl.lFHilil). Hunting Notice. Notice is hereby given by the un derailed tlial no trapping with any device, and no hunting with Kiins.or In the old days you pnid.n hundred or more for a bi cycle. To-day you can buy a better one lor a fifth as much. Now -big produc tion is bringing automo bile prices down. And Ford as usual Is the first to reach bottom: $826 600 800 Runabout Touring Car Town Car These new prices, f. o. It. Detroit, with all equipment. An early order will mean an early delivery, flet particulars from the Keeves Cook Auto Company, Oregon, Mo. Yokes on baby' dresses toll morn quickly than any other part of the Ultlu frock; therefore a clever wom an has launched tho idea of making detachable yoke that can be put over plain slip, taken off and easily laun dered when soiled. Tin-He are made very much on the order of the lace and linen collar worn by baby's mother; but they but ton In the back with tiny washable buttons, either lace or plain linen. One dainty yoke la inude of alter nate atrip of fine tucking and narrow late Insertion. The pattern over which It li cut It exactly like a square sailor sollar that opens in the back, There Is no seam on the shoulders; the strips of Inee and tucking extend over the shoutders three inches back and front from that point. A narrow lain edKe finishes the yoke on the outer edge and also at the neck and land. When worn, It Is attached to I lie dre by (ho small gold plus, one on each shoulder. Tine linen hand kerchiefs, embrold red nnd eitgd with lace or n narrow hemstitch, can be made Into the dalnM- t little jokes Imaginable. Cut from I he center n circle three Inches In ill iiineler. then fold Hie handkerchief nv- r once- nnd cut t hrcuipli the fold on one Fide lo the neck opening. Knee the ntck find eaih cut edi:e with narrow snips of linen, feu Hiuall buttons and work huttotilinh on the opt nlug, then whin n tianow taee idge mound the neck, and tin; yoke Is ready to odorn the dress of your Infant run or daughter. Administrator's Notice. Notice of Final Settlement Notice Is hereby given, That Let-1 Not leu I hereby given that t lit; tin otherwise will bu allowed upon any of turs of Administration on the eMatu derslgtiud administrator of the e-tate our lands, farms or premises, In Holt of John W. Iavls, deceased, weiu of Catharine I'rusiiian, deceased, will gnuiicu lit uie iiiiiifrsigiicu, un iiiu inane unai sci i leuieiiir- 111 iiisaiviiiillis ...i.ii.ii- MUbnnrl. Anv IHTMill or nor- I, ,,,,,-, i . .11. i f 1., ., u.r l l,t I.,, Ilr... ,, II, l, i i,vl.,l, ,,.,1. ......... I ... . . ... r.iiiiwl t.i t riLiriwi.liitr t rniiiilllL' or 1 MIV ' 1 1 "- -v ' 1 1 im ' -inu . ' ' li ' I III Ml If 1 1,1- ! f 1 1 f 1 1! , , i ijiii 'ii v ol nil p" 'l a i iis I ilr ms bate t'onil or Hull County. Missouri, lor at Hie next Term of the I'robato r r iA A" "ev""S Chll!,,s "K,,l"hl C",,rl '"' 1,011 (',MII,1-V' Xlwu.rl. to-ln. ,, nThL full extent said IM ate. are. ieiuircil to exhibit holilcn in ttvgm, in sihl County, on ecutedlotlielulli xttut oiumMA. , ,a.ln rr .lW!l,K.,, ,K. .dmlnls- the lllh.d.iy ol November. A. I),, l . i;. iimmaii, u. i. ;""'. t rut rlx w It hln six months arter the IdiL". li. W I M M I NS, l liar es A. .aclimatl. :,i .i.i i.,h.: n...,. i... i i,,i,u.. ,i,..i.,i.. .. . ,t,u,i r,,,i li 1 1 v I ii iiiv.j nmj u , ti.fii, ill 1 1,1-M I ill . Hugh llurrler, Andrew liurrlcr, they precluded from any henellt ay of said . .,. , - . ., ill I VI it, II iiiiiii ,111.1 milium ,ii --ail Charles Hart rain, Susannah llusmll, (iate; and If such claims ha not ex II. K. I'eret. Thomas Kreek II, Vanileveer, Jlari.v lueek, A ut Curry, I'miik Allen. Charles Markt. W. S. Taylor I toy Campbell. hlblted within one war from lluidate nf I lilc iinlill.i-it I. ... 1 1,,,,' wlt'i II In, fill-. Alex. Vanllusklrk, e Jr ,,,.',1 ' ''arJ'?.-'.'y'f' I KKIIOIiAll l). DAVIS. Administratrix. First publication, Oct. .'. IIHL'. (leoi'iie May, who has been mak ing his home In Killing's Montana, Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby nlven, that the , II,.. l....l ..III.II.I' IP IIIIIV.'J K"c,l lllrtl IIK hut who Is now a resilient of Kansas, , , aii,nit,Pratnr of tim City, Is at homu on a visit with lilsjtatoof Ida Fraler,' deceased, will maKU unai nhuuiiiuiiisoi iiisuccimiou with said estate as such administra tor at the next Term of the I'robatu mother, Mr. Nancy May V. C. I'roiul and wife, accom oiiiled h his father-in-law and , Court of Holt County, Missouri, tobo 1, ciiienii Kiinkel and lm'den In Oregon, In said County, on ' , ' m,. ,.' 'Ke,,,",i thelltl,.layofNovember,A.a.ll.l'.'. Wile, Ol aiiiiuai :"i i 1 li. Y, lvlJMAII.h, to St. Joseph In ll doctor's ear,' luhlle Adnllnlstrator. Wednesday of this week. First publication, October 4, llill!. 'list pulilie.it ion, October I, I'.Uli Notice of Final Settlement Not leu Is hereby ulven. that tho on derslKiied administratrix, with will annexed, of the estate of Joscim M liladden, deceased, will make llnal settlement of her accounts with said estate as such udmlstratrix at the next Term of the I'robatu Court of Holt County, Missouri, to bo holdeii in Oregon In said County, on the 11th V k l I, (in. I uav ui .iivniiiuur, ., HANNAH K. (iLADKHN. Administratrix, With Will Annexed This tlh ciay;or octolier, lid J. 0. Illnkle, of near lllelow was in the city, Wednesday of this week. REMOVABLE YOKES ARE BEST BLOUSES FOR AUTUMN WEAR. Dsclded Economy In ths Mattsr of Laundry Whtn Tlnrs It a Baby In the Home. Soft Mulls and BMittet Embroidered With Huge Scallops In Silk Are Favorites. Sheer blotirrs for nutumn wear nre of soft mulls ami batistes embroid ered with huge scallops done In heavy silks. An emtii elder eil dotted swIss blouse of this tori, worn with a dull blue worsted suit had a collar and lifts of white agaric, nnd the buttons down the front were nf glass with titnntolte enamel centers. I. Ink cufl buttons to matdi llnlshed with long sieves, says the Montreal Star. The smart tallond suit was accompanied by patent leather boots with buttoned tops of cloth to match. Chiffon btnuses, laid In tucks and having the tucks stitch) d conspicu ously In contrasting cob r nre a fall notion. A navy blue chiffon model lteer has groups of tiny tucks stitched In while, and a white satin collar and cuffs trimmed with white satin buttons. PROPER CARE OF THE FEET Time 6pent In Bathing, the Use of Lotions snd Kind Attention Welt Repaid. Women who spend hours cnrlng for their bands pay little iitteullnn lo their feet. They lire such hard worked ineinherH of the body that they de serve better treatment. Keet are best kept In condition by shoes that III. Never ecouoml7.e shoe bather and do not jleld to vanity and :et footgear thai Is too smalt. Kreipieut bathing keeps the f ei t from being tired and swollen, mid It prevents rmifiliiieK nf the skin that leads to calloiii spots. Water, In which n bit of wimhltiK smla has hi eu dlssnheil, la restful. l'ol salt wmer Is nmally n freshing, while u vlcoious tubbing with alcohol will ipik-My lelleve a huiiilng t-rimi Mi.n. I'limiice Mtoue, llet'il frequently eepa the skin sinonlh. -It Is especial ly necessary upon the heel and on tin ball of the foot, where the weight of the hndy leslH ill walking Neer cut the nails too short, us they are mine likely to Income In grown Ami llle ttiem Miiooih with sandpaper, so they will nut ealch anil pull the threads of )our stockings, Occasionally If It a chiropodist lb will delect any Irregularity In tin growth of milts, and money and pain are saved, Anil rememtier that one's dlspnsl Hon Is quickly affected by painful feet, llrown and green are most harmo nlously blended In a frock of green shaded taffeta and brown chiffon In no case must costume be over. trimmed. We look now for the lines and fit, rather than the decoration. Shadow lace, either In white, cream or dyed to match the gown, la much used on the soft, shlmmrry taffetas The touch of black In tulle, chiffon net or lace or narrow velvet ribbon or buttons are employed to give III' dlvlduallty. All-white handbags and parasol and beads, buckles and rings are en tlrely new. There la a great vogue for this snowy effect. Feathers are favored beyond all other trimmings for the dress hat No prion seems too extravagant Invest In these hat trimmings. WHITE LACE WAIST This attractive waist la of wblt iac with sleeves cut In ono piece with too body of the waist. It la trimmed at the bottom In cor selet fashion with beautiful embrold err in colors and baud of gold gal loon; the latter also finishes the neck, NOTES FROM MADCMBMK 1 1 to SIMPLE DRESS FT 21 Vltux rosn cotton voile worn over a slip of siito-n iiimpores Ibis i-lmplc iht'hs, which has the foot of the skirt irlimiKil with time lows of nairow In scrllon sewn on lit dictum i- of about four Imhes; a wider pleie lllmmcil wild buttons la sewn down the ten ler. The bodice Is trimmed by a pleie of material tucked ucioss top of back and taken down Hie center. Tho sleeves are trimmed to mutch. Materluls required: 4 yards voile 40 Inches wide, 3 Mi yards satwn 411 Inch' ! wide, 8 yards mi now and 1 yard wide Inserlluu, about C doien but tons. The Question. This, briefly, ta Ihe burning question of ,th hour: Khali we take seriously to the eighteenth century revival with Its panlers, fichus and pointed bodies, or shall we continue to admire flow Ing draperlea displaying an obviously corset less condition and a rather dowdy and exceedingly expensive slm plliltyT Simplicity Is hardly the word for the statuesque complexities of drapery which some of the best people Insist on banging on their bonei lo grace every occaslon(lndoors or out of (hem They talk or nothing hut proportion line and harmony, and to practice what they preach, turn themselves Into living pictures for Ihe benefit of the spectator. All this Is thanks to .e designs of artists who have chosen silks and sat Ins Instead of paint and canvas as method of expression, Their clientele shudders at the rigid unpalntablllty of the lallormade, and falls Into a liv ing picture schema on every provnea Hon. Transparent Trimmings. The main feature of a huge number of tho best gowiiR Is that a piotior tlou of truuFp.ircnt mateilal Is used In them as draperies or veilings,' with the remainder, or perhaps with n foiunJii lion, of a silken fabric. To till gcli rial Idea Is milled a more or lm-s ills ereet employment of beautiful passe mcntcrlcH, Koine of the most atlrac live dresses havo the. vividly bright colors or Ihe gold and sliver glitter of tho trimming veiled hencuth the tinns parent fabric; this Is effective, for the trimmings In such a case aio bright enough to gleam through the thin fab ric thrown acrosa them. A Bathroom Chair. A low stool with broad seat, most convenient for drying the feet, for putting on shoes and stockings or pedicuring, ia given a touch by one housekeeper that makes It effective and sanitary, Tbe cushion, Indeed most of tho framework. Is covered with' a neatly fitted slip, with square top and aides, made of thick white Turkish toweling. Several of the covers are owned, so they can bs frequently changed usually a fraah one la put on aach Borclng. rswni Ktock like turnips. Screen Ihe water lank. Che ei) horse his own collar. Cull the ewe flock before breeding. TI.e my legume. bum Is an excellent A pig should never be comptlled to Mini al for his fond. Cut the weeds out of the fence cor ners 1 1, fin,, they go to seed. l'lg fed on illity. dusty floors am ipt to contract lung trouble. A twoplcie Haw silo makes prurtt- "(ill) as (.'oed ii silo as a one piece How about underilralnlng that low plmc on the fainiT Now Is the time. Vim innn lime lFor In Ihe sow wii expirt strung vltalliy In the i'lgs. The hoe Is n wonderful tool for con- erltig ll.e mobliire around the small pistils No need nf "pllih holef" or ruts In Ihe load. I'se I ho King road drag, In ol here. All young nuhiials lo he profltahtn should hiv. kept growing from birth until maturity. Clean out the shi-epfohls and sprln- He llicirniicl-ly with plnMcr before put ting In In ils of straw. The retrenching cow- and the ion- fWncil feme hreaker are equally ills- nglM-lihle to have In the herd. Kill liters v 111 I, (it gel th" full bene- Ut of 'he inr.il ftee delivery until nlli r tins gel the pmceis poM The totnl ptodtlclloii of phnspliatn rock In Ibis country In IPK was IV CM !SS lung turn, aluednt f lo MT.nUU. . AMcr all that ma tie said In favor of oilier pat-tuicf i lover standi at Ihe head when It (onus to the right thing for pigs. fioii't let those cockle burrs go to seed on stubble ground seeded down, Hun the mower over the field heforn seeds form Do nut i nt the gri.ss n day too early tit h day ton late. Send In the mower )usl when bloom shows like n mist over Ihe field. Cct readv lo cull the ewe flock be fore breeding this fall. There am some ewes thai are too old and should' go to market. , A dust mulch for the garden ts bet ter than a sprinkling can. Sllr th oil every few days and you wtll need to carry very Utile water. A sharp disk Is tbe best tool that ran be used In level down (he bogs on a piece of rough, boggy slough land after the tilers are through. There la money as well as human ity in providing shade for picketed or shut-In calves or oilier animals. It costs so little lo try this It Is a sham not to, Selling crops as soon ns they arn harvested usually means that one gets a vrv poor price for one's product. As a genernl role Ihe prices of grains go up a Utile later on, A parasite nlih a long and unpro nounceable niiino lifts been Introduced into California lo fight Ihe codling moth. It Ik said to he making good and has begun the destruction. Make a start In sheep this fall hy buying 2R high grade ewes and n pure bred rum. We did this nml sold enough of the Inerenro the next spring to more than pay for the first Investment Naturally, fowls nre healthy, nnd no stock on Ihe farm has been so much abused. Yet In splto of all the Ill treatment they receive they do much better than any other Btock on tho farm of eipiul value. Moisture Is a great factor In tho production of hlaekberrles. There la sufficient witter in the sub-soil to ripen this fruit, provide you do not Ut It get away. Frequent cultivation Is tho remedy to apply. In closely built houses, where there li poor ventilation, tbe nlr becomes contaminated by gasea arising from filth and the iicciirnulalloh nf drop pings. As Ihe hens arc exposed to, these gases during the night, It ia no-' wonder that the system boeomcc poia ened by (hem and dlaeaae result, ! ,i.x.. ... lip. .w-,-.