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A L r- FARMS FOR SALE! No 1. MH'.SAM: -.mct.".. '. hiI'oh fiuni Poict CHy ;im! m mol f r n Mound ('lis: I i 'Mm in. g md "..iiuko Iioii-m. fnir chicken linn com 111 in i--ii.li'. J wells, mi"' ;il tirm-c; muni spiing, new li.ti'll .'!.!W reel. Clib III bun Aiioiit "id apple 1 1 some chert , peach :uiil plimi ttees: I acres I Im oth.v ,i'i I 'i .I'-res .l.falta III Milmv A' 'til acres I llilhered oast ln.'. clover. as)le .m l timothy: I'n acres itrlrr Ir'lUlil fuiioe. balance barb-d wire: on acres 111 'illtlv.lt lull, Price, -IIO.I per acre. No. 2. I'Mlt SAUI -14.", acies, .V miles from Minimi ('It v. il miles from I nn .! t'lij: now n-mnm house, new iiuiU'f house. lii'U chicken house, new ool nit . i:i ri new I'Mfiii. 'J iruiiil wells, fuii-li.uii for I hotse-t, eilh atiaehed to Ii.iiii. old 1 1 n i -(M il as .in implement siiimI. Small fruit, il iu'li's alfall.i meadow, ll'i acres tlmnth) :ilnl i'lo r p.ituie fenced Img-tlght. About 1.1 acres good ilmlur, lulanct In culllt.iiioii. 1'iUv, .".iiii per acre. Nil.-;!, rnttSAIJ-: lo:ierct, miles lioin I'oiot City; no v .Woom house, smoke house, chicken house, ciiiiiinoii cellar, cistern, well, small li.irn. corn crib. 1' acres oiclcml. ." acres bl'icgtass. timothy and clover pasture Land Is fenced hog-t Ight: I acic Hmhei. balance In grass anil cultivation. Tills U a good, little In.iee Pi Ice, M'2-Vihi per acic. No I, POi: SAI.K id! i:('IIANi;i: 120 acres, one tulle from city lim it'.: .Vrocun lioiise; hull- and p.intiy, cni.tr iimlur lioiie, laiyc basement li.irn: htone smoke liouc. chiclieii li'UisM. hokr shells etc. Most all Mints or fltlll, Well anil wind mill. .1 cisterns: aliout il acres t holier, balance In cultivation, grass, etc. In acti-s good cic1-- hfittiu. In l Hcgoil school illsi rli'l ; a good MocI; and grain farm. Price i:tYiKi p-r acic. Might consider small proper ty oniuarter section of clu'ip land as pari of llrst payiiient. No. il, I 'd I! ,s.lii ; li'u ai'ie.; s.ri house: niol;e house, chicken house; ham for s Imi vs.cilli and ci.iimy In liarn, I'.nii'i Iki-Ih-I- capacity: 1' hog sheds. :UIJ and .HxT.'. concrete roiind.il Ions. Nice maple and nine grove: ah nil t wn acies oich.ilil Peach otcliard of l.'iOtrcc. I'eiiccd Into it lletds and pit lues I'n acres him-grass pastuie: in acres meadow or ias Hire: s acies line alfa'ta. 'just siiwn and up nice. II! acies In oats, In acies Cloer, aliiil' ''piiacics coin. 'I'lil- Is a line larm and must he seen to he ap preciated. Price for -h.irl liuieouh, '.m.oo per acie. I.ihmIiiI I' miles southwest nf Malt land. No., snacies. I miles s.iiiih "f lii'(,'iiii: l-room house: chlcKen house: cellar: cltetn: u'ood well. Il.ro I ,- ." Iiuim'm small hay mow: corucilh. lovll feet: L' lio'.' sheds: '.'nil hearing apple I recs; S, yoiiiik' apple lees: youn peai trees. M'Veial lie.irlliu' cl etr) I rec-: one acie hlackhci i Irs; I acies alfalfa and T acres lihieurass p ist ore: a'uixid. iieer faillnt.' sorlni; foi sIih'N use: laud Is Ifiiced with .1 wlies; ,ih ml .1 acres lenceil lion ll'ht: a v'ond vo and the price s ilnhti en it lei ins can h then It ."i have a faun, inwn m- clu iiroperty. iiieichandlse. Mvi-stm'l,-. livery .sI'h'I;. or cheap lauds any w le-ie, wiiat oo want. see uie. I can tiade il for you and K'"t you I-"t result ell' on Wlile pi. ill'1 A. W. COTTER OREGON. Bolh Phonos, 124. MISSOURI. Successful Hog Sale. The .lames IveiinNli piihllc sale, of' p.;ie hrcd Polatid-Clilna hu's held i heic last .Saturday was a splendid i success In eery icspicl. A lame' ciowd uf huyeis was on hand, sfvcuil helm.' from a dl'.taiice. The ipiallty of the ollerhi).' Ma above tlie oiill nary, which was evidenced by the yowl prices paid. The work of the and ioneer, Col. II. T. Chi Isinan was highly .satisfactory to Mr. KeiinMi ami the hiiym.s. Mr. KeunNIi U vety well satlstied with the untile sale, llu-lnforms lis he will pioluhly hold a bred sow sale some 1 line this win ter in eaily spring. The sale amouiited io l..il no. The iUeiaKc of the sale was over t.'ll.o'l. The yearling boar. avcraiu-il Ml'.'io, the sprliij; hoars .'i-.'.:!o. and IheinliiK Klll.s l!ii..-0. Thetoppilcu paid was inn.ini. Ilelow we yhe the list of sales, with names of bitiets and price- pild: U:lll, ISO IHI.MIs. No. l..lohn llecU No. '.. Ch.ir'es (Jleiili Oictfnn No. . .l Prusiiian No, I. (ifoiuc ,lac.lsiin No. I, Pack Heckei No, 1 1,. Iliu ,lackst,n No. 11. ,11m .lacl.siin No. 0. I, inn Patterson il. Uaphael Meyei :., V. N. IIo.Ik'Iii Property for Sale! No. No. No. ;;. I 'red t.awience No. In. Chailes AiiiIcisoii, Skid nunc ( No. I.'i. .lames l.aselle No. II, Wm. Kueale ritiMi iiii.ts. I. .lohii Crist s. .Iiihn Cilt .:), .lohii ('list No. N . No. No. No. No. No. No. n No. II!. I insists r a "i - t . - t uin- I i.f eille si,utii-st fr iin rln llui i' "f ' .i ..in. 1. 1- i -"leiiili'l iii'i twi Mini; nl live linens (."'"I barn i l l ill oei " i. ii ii'illiii!-. also a lii.t'i'l iiea 1 1 ! 1 1 1 eavi . .' cisleiiis ami v 'I' ill le.llli'll iil I1 . Pll',' nf fillll. I.oi-all'd I'll nlie nf tin Ii -i ioid li'i lltu 1 i' " ' city. Price, M.ooii. Is a little r.n .i f .'il a 'it's, locati'd one-hall mile nuithe ist of I'mest I i' v s iiooi Im Idling : I, is ilwellin of f.mr iiioins. lnrii hiv'l. built I'llo; v.n,,!,-,. I'.i'i.i, i ii, I .,. i,-.-tt hoiise. a n.id well u waier and two cistern.. Prlee. IIH ie: aei' Is a f.u ii of no .ici,' I 'caied near llle. 1.1 acres In ciilthtloii, luciiidhiL' Classes. Hal nice in t lniliei, '.'o acies hoi; llu'lil ami two w lies annuel the fmi i acies. Is a spleii lid Hd'l c ei'it v Ii ii t mi I .u ii of ii acres, all under fence (iood tlltee'ln mi dileliiu.' w It 'i cl-tio, hull IOL', col II CI lb s.'L', lli'll ll'MIsi- ll'x'.' I. ii I'l I II l.' il'l'l." I.olsol Ciiotl stuck Walul. Apple and if icli ir.-li ii-.. Tivoml"s liom lto.'iI lallioad town. ( 'heap!!! i'.'M. Ni Ni No. So. No. No. 1.1 no :ii oo .'1 no s no .In Oil :i.1 oo in no .in 1,0 on .In no I'.ii no in oo III INI :: .io ;:o in :::! :,o j; oo City Property. i. Has dwellliiii of s iiiuiiis. h, sides halis and clo.els. Two level lots the acml lot lii-ln suitable i.r Ii ill. Urn; ptiiposes. I.ncilcd II llli'CUs West tiT i'iiiii I house square Pi Ice, s.l.lliui. Is a oue-sli iy ilweilliiu ni umiiis. J elosets. hull sch'ciiciI 111 poich. Celiictlt tlool in I u I cai . With eh. i. nice liom inside of jioicli. I'wellluy In l'o hI lepih luii and out. Plenty of hull of all kinds. llatiPfnr team, cow ami hoys ( 'idcKen house and lot . ISiikuv luil. Two lots In 1 1, i I local inn and cheap at y.'.T.Io. s;iM-sor iiame stx-i'hom house with h.iemeut, small stable and othel out biillillni's. Pleuly o cistetn water. New cement walk alnuir east side. I,.i.'.ited In a splendid hcl).'lilmrhotiil, i! blocks liom i'iiiii I houe s.pi in. Price s. lion. Is a one stmy liouse coiissi hm nf s rooms, wood .shed and coal house. Ii.iiii. i! splemliil cisleiiis never ihy one lot with some fruit on s line. Tli.- duel, In,' s situated within 2 blocks of courl house and In uood tepali. s, Cood Vroiim duelling with liasemeni. Hue loom built one year ao. New fionl poii'li, new mol and uuticr. house ami roof well painted, Kood clstein iitid pump: Kood bain, loom foi :i hoises and bm,'uy, small ci lb and hoise lot ; unnd chicken lot, with hen house: peaches, plums, hlacktierries, slia,vhcriles. I'herrles; four uood lots, about I! in alfalfa. Will make you a yood piii n this If sold soon. I am piep.ued io make you a loan on your larm at percent annual Interest w It h a reasimahle commission, Or, If you have idle money I will place it for you on uood senility and at a kooiI rate of Interest'. See nie for any of above business. Yoin.s, OREGON, MO. America's Greatest Weekly THE Toledo Blade TOLEDO. OHIO. Tho Best Known Uett'ipniior in tin; United Statud Circulation 240,000 Popular in Every State No WhiBkny Advertising Till' Kl'W'lltl I'lu'lllll .Vl'.ll' of lis .lsll lli'l' lluils Hie li il i It i lil'iil.' nine i , 1 1 1 1 1 ii t 1 hull .0 uii.v i"i l"il ihirlntf Us tiini; .mil sti,.. ei'ssfiil eali'i'l'. Il Is reel em'll Vi'-li" I'V lliuii' I llUII II lllllll'ill ll'lllll' I III' llltllle's III' III s n.illuniil .iml II irni's I ni . i I'lerv si, tie nml ti rrliun In t he I'iiiii il si,its iIh-h-Iij utv Ini: Il u ii iiiiiiii'.iiiii ii'l il.-tu of I'l.ihniia Io lie the irii'.ih'si i.l,iie.l i'i'l,ly iiei.)itiit'i iiillitlshiil In Aiiii IlM I'hi. Weekly llluili l ,ll.ihi.'li a fit nit l iii'eaiiir. I lie one IiJis-i m iu ihiIiIIsIk r li.is iilus hii'ii In iii il.i- Il IK fui ll.i An, ell call Inline, fill' Hie llli slil''. anil ,if liiieri si in eer iiii'iiil'i'ruf Hie (imllv To liilllll ll,l liuriiise II It keiil i lnoi uml Inn. 'mm, n iii'ws nf I In- kiiiIiI i liiiiiilliil m ii i' miiri liuiislie iii.oiiiei, uml ih "oi.iiis iii'iioi iiii iilsof I'lie 1 1 l:i I c mi i'iIIIi iI Il U imlnsiuU ink' eiiti' 'I'lie llniis'iliiinl i.ii. is .1 ii llala in tlin wonii'ii .mil 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 imi : I'lirii'in uirulis mi' lli'iileil .'.lit, il l .1 1 l.v 1 1 Ii, nil iiiejinlii'i'. I In' M-rlu) stories uie sell .'li'il with llui t'leu of i'enliiir 'In' uienlesl ntiinlii I nf 'eilnii Liv ers, tlie l.hl '-Uiiii llurenn Is u si ruiilKml, nf In fiirmiiHuii. llm I ii I iiisli.iil cnliiniiis iiri'i'iiu ilui'led villli the inil-.ni'i of hIUiii: tin- 1. t -ions ii in i I tl 1 1 1 (ill the v.'hnni5n o hli'ie-iiiiU Infiiriii.'illnii mi farm ui'le. o Ui'pirliiu'iil Is m'Klteh',1, lull ewi.v feulllie Is liil.ru cainor Willi thelili'ii of innKlnif The lllnile iMUtli iinni) Huns Hie. pilee of Kiilivrlp 1 Km one ilnlhir 11 .veal, f-Mliple eniles iirilleil free. Ail'lri'ss, THE BLAOl:, Toledo, Ohio. My alfalfa t-oeil Ik rocloiiiieiV, freu front weed sued anil ready for.nal'u, us cheap as can bo 'bought any whoro. Ilavn Htatidard scales jiere. Both rhones. W. J. Fikm. I Ik . 1" . rrevenuve iUetucinc Measles. Tlic gi'i in causlne measles has not been dlscoveied, but It Is known that me.isies Is spread thinuuh thesecie- 1 Hons of the mouth and nosn, especial J l.v dining the llr-l lew da.vs of the lilsea-i'. Measles hcgln with a ted Id. 'iiluu of the eyes, an tnll.uumal ion ol the nose, and hionchllis. Tliee iiie the symptoms ol a bad cold, r'oi a day or mi It can not he delcnu'iied whether the child K ileveloplm,' n b,ul cold or mea'-U's. Imrlng these days, the child Is of the greatest dauiruf to Its a'-soi lato. I Tim prevention of measles consists I in separating from the gioups of chll I du n, those ehlldrch having t lie lirst : Mae.es of a had culd. At this lime the elilldieii should lie isolated until il is ilnleiuillieil that measles will not ,dcvclop. During an attack of ineas lev and I'm two weeks after convales cence, I he child should be picvcnlcd from associating with oilier childicn. If Hie child Is loliuted imiuedlalely afler showing symptoms, of a had cold tin- ntlilihel ol case of measles could ho greatly reduced. ' Addiess ipiestlons on prevention of diseases to Pievciltlve Medicine, I nl , veisity of Missouri, Coliinibla. I J.ii. Illukle, of near lllgelovv, , was In the city, Wednesday of this I week, -(ieorge May, who has been milk ing his home In Hillings, .Molilalia, hut who is now a resident of Kansas City, Is at homo on a visit with his mother, Mrs, Nancy May. W. C. J'ioiiiI .and wife, accom panied by 'v his, ,fatlier-lii-lavv and inother-ln-Iavv,' Gideon Kunkel ami wife, of.Aiudarko, Oklahoma, drove to St. Joseph In the doctor's car, Wednesday of this week. I'J. .Mm Cilst ;;o on IT. .h im Crist Vi it. .lohii ( list hi No. .lohii Cilst j no No. I ', .Miii Crist ;:o un No. l!.:. .lohii Cilst '.'7 .10 No, Io. II. ,. Wells, Sklduiore.. IM no No. II. II. A. Wells. ..." -.',t ml No. ;!, II. A. Wells ,r ml No. .. I'M. Doehbelillg, Coining .'il no No. Kd. I.'osellus '.'' ;,o No. LM, Win. Stevenson. OieiMi .'II no No. :il. No. No. Clill Duuuiaii sI'lllMi llil.Mts. No. -I. II. A. Wells ,i.t. K, Ailkihs II. liolla Dills. I'.iii l.i. . No, l"i, .lames Duke Nn. i!s. Art Callow No. l!n. Lou Kelller No. 11'. .lohii Cottier No. .il. .lohii Cooksey No. l!l. Dave Cildei I'o. I'l. Ceo. It. Illukli' No. .lohii Crist No. Kluier Darker No. 1,1, Clias. Warner No. .'M. .lohii Nlckols Mound CHy News. 'Si oo ;;u oo no ,'n oo w '.'II 00 J! I (HI oo l!!l Ihl l!7 00 :i.i ihi ;;o 00 :;ii on L".l I HI .'ii! .Io A (iKNI INK SIIISVICK. "I believe," says an old subscriber, "that every time Tlie Youth's Com panion eiiteis a home it docs thai home a genuine .service." That de scribes the purpose of the publishers eaclly. Tim paper Is mil HI led with mischievous or idle thoughts to llll an idle hum'. It piovldes healthy pastime, lecreat Ion that builds up. II Is lo I he minds of eager and Im pressionable young people what sound athletics are to their bodies, At a cost of less than four cents a week The Youth's Companion opens the dior to a company of the most distiUKiiisheil men and women hi Amcilca or Kuiope. Whether they aie revealing the latest discoveries In science, or describing great industrial achievements, or telling of their wan ileilngs in siiange corners of the world, or feeding the Imagination Willi rate stories, ihey ate giving Companion readers the best of them selves. Seven erlals at least will be pub lished by The Companion In lUI.'i, and nearly I'oii ot her complete stories, in addition tosomeoo special contribu tions, and a treasure-box of sketches, anecdotes, expert advice as to athletic. sports, Ideas for handy devices round the house, and so forth- long hours of companionship with the wise, the advent utoiis ami the entertaining. Announcement for ll'l.'l will be sent with sample coiiles o the paper to any address on ieijiu-st . Kvery new subscriber who send V.'.ou for the lllty-two weekly Issues of ltM.I will lereive as a gift Tlie Cum- pauion Window Transput cucy ami Calendar for llihi, the most c(iiMte novelty ever oileied to Companion readers: aWo, all the Ksues of Tlie Companion for the lemaliiing weeks of lUl'J, free. TIIK YOI'TIPS COMPANION, 114 Iterkeley St., Iloston, Mass. New Subscript luns Kcccivcd at this Oftlce P. E. O. Programs. NOVKMIIKU 1.1. Hostess- Lois Welt y. (toll call. Miscellaneous. Magazine Article II Mrs, Prowl., Music-Vocal Trio-Mrs. Vanltus kirk, Mrs. Lehnicr, Mrs. Allen. Lesson Hovlevv Mrs. .achinan. ' Magazine Article IV Mrs. Kunkel, Social hour, The Tie That Binds. Ihienrder 1 1 Urban! wears a smile toat won't ciiue oit. lie Issued II m irilage licenses during the mon'li ' oflVlobel -theiaruesl liuinher Isslied ,i,.ri,,,, ii... II....V... II I ... i "I.' ,V,I I llll- t.ll. I II L 11,1 aie: Allen. Win. II.. or Craig, and Kthel M. Perkins, of liielow. Oct ohei bv liev. P.T. Schmidt. CiiiniulngH. Martin U.. of 'orc.t City, and I'loreiicc Stanton. I'llliuorc. Oi-tober lo. by Kldoi 1". D. Augus tine. Dean, Walter, and Calllc M. tier leu. of Napier, octohci ;i, by Klder lil!:m.in Waaler. (iliilile. W. P.. of Phelps City, and Mrs I.Dlc I'eeliey, of SI. .loeph. Oc tober i'l. by I ,Vv. .1. S. .lelllsou. iielvln. Krnest. and !ladys , t Ir ii in I i.i ii u 1 1 . of Maltlaud, O'loiicr '."., by liev. Alva C. Iliown. (iotild. Win. D., of o.cuon. and Kmiii.t I.. Neldlioiie, of Purest City. October in, liy liev. Clark W. Colli stock. liolden, (ieo.. and Aithus.i Carman . ol Oreifon. October in. bv Klder '. D. ogii.stliie. Ilaie. liny, ami Millie 0'iyer. of I'orbes. October '.'. by illder Cha. Ihown. Motile, tii.o. M.. o Cialif. and Mar Jle M. Hi-mil I v. o-t'liei n. by Cider II. II. Dawson. Mellon. ml. Andrew i .. and .lulla P. Moody, of Mmmd CP. v. i i.'tober -".by liev. Win. liiis.eil. Pebley. Chas. M.. of Cr.ilir. and Lie eh- M. I'leliN. of Hues! I 'It. v; October L'l. by liev. Clark M. Cnm.toi'k. V'ati.lorn. Cor.v.l 'ii and S.u.ib Hull., of Mound City, o.-iubei o, bv .lacob Kill'.-. .1. P. W:l.-,t. ' aii. an.! II. . a Si .v.ill. .1 Hull county, o.-:oh.. i;, by lie. I . P P.iewstcr. Y.ile.. Win. II.. and M.,itie lihlge of Miiiind City . I iet..bei i!-. by .lii" II. Ste-le. .1. P A New Atfeiit. We tee ret lo learn that A.lt.Stukes has severed Ids ci'iueclioii with the ('.. Ii .V as Its airem at Craig, and has been Hipi rccdcd temporarily by Mi. C. II. I.e-eruoiiil. of Ciavity. la. The Craig Leader, speaking of the sll oat Ion, says: "Mr. Stokes has espei ienccd a long and lailhful service with iiie llui Hus ton, He stalled In as a telegraph ap pieiitlce over thirty years ao anilhas liad chaige of the cinupauy's business lieie for over llfleeii yea in. The heavy Increase In the business heie dining the past two years, how evei . overtaxed ids capacity, ami It appears that some of the olltclals took an at library view of the situation ami icf'isfd to allow him as much assist, auceasthe indications appear to ie- iiilic. Mr. Stokes has been ollered another posit lou with tlie company, liii! thus far he has mil accepted. C. II. Lcucrwond, nf (iiavllv, la., Iras been placed In charge heie leni poiarll.v, mil II an appoint incut Is tnade, which will pinbably lie an nounced November I. Ilegardless of who may supplant Mr. Stokes in the position of agent here, the fact of his lenioval Isregretledliy every one. Mr. Stokes always ap peared to us to lie genial ami accom modating lo all patrons ami seemed to exert every endeavor lo give etllclcnt and satisfactory service to the com pany, as well. Ami we do not believe that ati.v man will he able lo accom plish heller or' more satisfactory re sults than lie has, all around." Bargains in Farms No. No. No. No. I. No. .1. Nil. ti. No. 7. No. a. Twenty acres, 'J. miles fiom timing: small I me: fenced on two sides: lays well Pi Ice. ?l.mwi. Two and seveii-tflillis "J.7 acres, all leve'. with Ihlei-room house; bain. .'iJxI-'i pii nly fruit: good cistern. A liatgain fur il.Viii. l-orty acres; '1 miles southeast of Oregon: frame house, three ruoniN. pantry: stock well: cistern at house: food new luiu: hog tlifht fences: cuiss fenced oichatd. Pilee. lo.i pei acie. -Omul inn acre wheat farm In Mead county, Kansas; .In liioke out all tillable. I 'i Ice, rl.ooo. i;u .icies; six miles ii'iiihuesi of Oregon, ami good Improvements: 7.1ini per acie. il soul .soon. 'I acies: l miles east of oiegoii: well improved. A bargain If sold soon. '.'lo acre fartn: I .In acres wheal ahead) planted, lo acres euro, in acres me.idiw, In acies timber, one of the best farms In the county. Veij reasonable terms on this farm. u per acie. Ml acres; thiee miles from Oii'L'on: i' miles fn'mi l-'oiest (Ml v. live- room new house: foui wells: time cisterns: hog Hghl: about .10 acies coin: admit .", acies pisime: good oicliard: everlnstlng Nprlng; I ; mill s to uood .chool. One of best stuck farms hi count v. close lo two good maikeis. M ills Is woith Invest gaiiu. City Property. No. I. - Located In Oregon: U blocks from siinaie: four-room frame Iioiisc. cistern: celiac basciueiit: good hen house: pletitv riiiit. on one of hot streets in t'lvviiicmient walk on cast side,' Pilee. M'io. No. 1'. Located In Orcein: Il acies; ifood, new live-room houe: good bam; eoiiil cai'e: good outbuliilliigs, Pijcc. J.ono. GREENE & GREENE. Office Over Orcyou Furniture Co. ORGAN RECITAL AT EVANGELICAL CHURCH TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. i2, 1912, AT 8 O'CLOCK. By PROF. J. S. HALL Organist and Choir Director, St. Joseph, Mo., AND Mr. JOHN CARTER, Celloist, St. Jo seph, Mo. Admission. Adults, 35 cents. Children under 14 years. 20 cents. Reserved Soats on Sale at C. J. Koock's Store, Saturday Morning- at 9 O'clock. Window Olass. all sl.es Kohl. Smith lldwe. Co. at the RALPH MOORE, WITH THE OREGON FURNITURE CO CASKKTS. KOIIKK ANI A Mi FIIXKUAL Sl'IM'UKS. VAI'I.TS CAKUIKn IN STOCK. AIIKNTS FOK HITHI.MVKKS PHONES: Store, . . . . IHI. RusidLnce, . . . 1I2. A Rare Treat for Sunday School 'oil;ers! Thu ITIh Annual Slate Convent Ion, Mis souri Sunday School Association., meets hi Kansas City. November in, i'o uml i'l, Wl:!. Tlie greatest etmven tlon In the history of Missouri: ,ei everv Siindav Scliool In Holt Cnnniv l.send llsfulliimtanl ileleg.ite.s. Special i rates win lie given on the certltlcale plan. I'or full paillculars, Inquire of I the county olllceis. , Ciii'.vn s'i i'iiiii vn:m:vr. Ciemgi! Swope. of the Walnut drove illstiicl, Issiillcrlug liom blood poisoning in his right hand, caused , from a slight scratch. Wo hope to soon hear ol' liN complete recovery. 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