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oo Electric Suction Ckaner Weighs only nine pounds but works its well as the hv.i test cleaner made. Uuilt for ever da)' mo and fully guaranteed. C'( !'..pletely dis places broom.: and sweepers. A child can mc it. Attach to any lamp socket. Ask us to demonstrate it in your own home, free. See 1'rank Foster for second-hand - Mr. S.un. Milliard .mil wife, of litiKKlci. ,Saheth:i. Ksinsio, accompanied by -II luh school boy wants work on a '"'" rrltnl. Win. lioiiln am wire, farm. Martin dIioiih Mil. nirovo over rroin llieir Home in tlie M. R. MARTIN, OREGON, MISSOURI. . QTYLES were s ninff or so easv to rr make as right now! mm FOR thissmart Hutterick design we have the very materials you'll want. I'or e.v.unple, you can use a Hroehe silk or Crepe ile Chine for the Blouse and a plain silk or C'harmeuse for the Skirt, or you could select from a complete assortment of other suitable fabrics. Our Ihttterick Pattern depart ment is, as usual, showing all the smartest, newest designs. 7 'his is only one. Call and get the May Buttcrick Fashion Sheet Free. FITTS-BUNKER MERCANTILE CO., OREGON. MISSOURI. Ularlin Model 3& Ationftttrr 3i'ff 1897 Auviuiuiu Aut- Sliuoti all .22 liort, ,22 loni! mid Li. lonifrme cntiruifc'i ex cellent (or rabbiti, iqiiir rela, hawki, crowi, Iokm and all imall grime and target work up to 200 yardi. aTaTaTaTaTaTaBaTaTaTBkaTaTaTaTaVL 1 Here' the bait-mode .22 rifle in the world! ll. n (ntt.dlnti'11. rnnvFtitntt ,A rurrv nml rlratl. Till rtnl ttrM umLltii unru ciniiiit ui-nr out. lu llnrv llf-ati nttil KocLv Mountain VliN nrr tin IhH lit vwr furnUlml cm any .Si. Ila lever action lilct n titg vawo title: na toll. I inn anil H'lr i jeritoit inr .amy ami tiput accurate iiritiR. Cimttifiil eax' liarilenril iinlh ami .uil ImiM ami balance. I'rlcr, tnuml lurrrl, I ll.Sut octaifun, l(i,ou, fl Mmlil Ir-M, lnillar, but not takcilcmn, tirlcen, "118.11 up. Laam mere about all Martin ripcalin. Stad 3 7Xfltar2ji2rwms Ca, tampe poataia forth lZS-pai Martin cataUf. 42 Willow St. Naw Havan, Conn. It part ta raleaej yourahallal "iir empty firril tltclli arc tlir ivm''' part ot faciory ammunition Tlie re M itrnntt and Rooil ai new. nn.f iay to reloajl .Mirily itc-cap ami ir r.ip .hill. Inicrt pnmler, iil'i p mi to bullet. You rrloail 100 .3J S. K. cartridge, (buyinic bulb bimr at total cxpenic 77c. caitlnit bulleti youriclf. 3c,i v caruMitei cit I;'.'?. Fraa Meal llaml Hook trllt all about rib rttlo. t.i.tnl nml t.lm!lrun ammunltfonl lfiO naffei of valnalib I- free for 3 ttampi puttaue. Tbe Marlin Firtarmi Cn., 4J Willow St., Niw 1 1 ... Woodville Church Notes. Mr. ami Mrs. Huberts have Kone to Atlanta, (ii'orla, to attend an assem bly, and from tliure they ko to visit their .son, In South Carolina. A committee has been appointed to repair the churchyard fence and they will also put In a new liltchrack. Our Sunday school Is growing stead ily. Last Sunday we came near reaching the hundred mark. There were nlnety-llvu present. The boys are doing nicely with their orchestra work for beginners. The young la dles' class has the "Children's Day" program in charge. The following program will be rendered at the Woodville church, Sunday evening, June 8, beginning promptly at 8:15 o'clock: Processional. Invocation Mr. Kllnepeter Music Orchestra ltecltatlon-"Frobel Lily" Estel Acton Solo "I Love Him"... Kay Mclntyre Recltatlon-"Llttle Children" Raymond Kurtz Song Choir Exercise "Strewing the Hlossoins." Solo "Hrlng the Little Ones to Jesus Edith McKlssick Recitation Roy Ilornccker Exerclse-"In Glad June Days." Recitation "Cod Love Me'1 Edna Egger Music Orchestra Exerclse-"Chlldren's Day In Our Dy." Redlng-"God,s Message;;. ......... Ellen Fennel Mercer 1 1 1 lido Is now "on the road" former's machine, ami ii'iit Similar ..I,,, i.i. i ..... ..I,.. starting out on hl 'maiden trln" " V .1..,""N,U" """" '""""" Monday of this week. . .. ... . -Weed IIImiIu of Ka.ms City wa. .,. .... . .IV , .M S .. ! nii i-ir un nil i" up over Sunday, the giieM of his inoiner anil outer relatives. -.1. It. Murray Mas In St. .Iixenh Monday of this week attending to l)ii.lnes. He ud the auto route. Miss KUIe LIl'l'i'U. of Stanlierrv. Mo., Is visiting here, the guest of her former school chum. Miss Lillian Aus tin. IIiil'Ii I'. Ruler left Wednusdar or this week for lllgglnsvllle it I.... , iil'i,' .... . ..... huwll enler thu ronfedate Suldler'i ' ' lle 1 hatcher undertaking t orn Home. ly. of this city, has purcliaed the -J. L. Oren. of St. .loienh. wasii. Illlt undertaking stock, of For- here a few days t his week, buying cat t;it tie. and alo visiting relatives and .. ,. .,, , friend. -r" s.ox, ot i;raig, nas ueeii ap- -Mrs. Orace Castle and il:iiiiMii..r.l'ti''l ' Governor Major, a member Nellie, are In Dorchester. Neb., visit. the state boanl of examhilni! tihar- Ing Mrs. Castle's sister. Mrs. It. N.tclsts, Ktinkei. ludgell. I Morgan ua- si,dde..l'-,,a" l,mo,MJ "a., . .Il Quartette "The Church in tho Wild wood." Exercise-"Decision of Flowers." Solo-" Indies' Lullaby"....- uazci tippeniander tiecitation Karl Kurtz Duet, "Frairrant Roses." Exercises Classes R and C rantom me "(lock or Aires' Closing Address Loyd Markt iuiik ujioir. X. X. Holders of annual uasscs andoth or lorms ot iree transportation on Missouri railroads received a rudo shock when the public utilities com mission, througli Chairman Atkinson, announced its construction oi section ;v of the act, creating thecommlsslon. ruling that it will be unlawful for a common carrier to carry passengers on a free ticket after July 1013. even though the ticket or pass was Issued prior to that date. Thu elfect of this ruling Is to annul all annual and oth er free transportation, except of course those exempted in the law. Passes that were Issued January 1 last and good until December 31 of this year will be valueless after mid night of July III. The Roy Scouts of America. 300. 000 strong, have been ordered to take the neiu against tne pesttverous House ny in tne weeKiy gazette or tne or sanlzatlon Issued from the national headquarters. "Prevent the Fly!" will be one of the slogans of the Boy Scouts from this time forward until dax: ton lust keen George roily, the tl-year-old grand son or W. ( Opel and wire. Ile Isn't going lo Idle away lih vacation ilas, for he has contracted with the WIN son llros,. machinists and black sniUlis, to work Tor tliem iiiilil I lie sclin liih'll ring again. Ilv following this rule lie will be a good mechanic bv i he i hut lie graduates fioin the 1 1 Itill school called to ('relghton, this state, Tues nay or tins week, on Mime urgent business, -MR. WORK-MAX! Remember C. V. King's store Is the place to gel, the "RtIKKAI.0 CAi.r Snoi:." tin Slum of Quality. Jesse ScrocL'his and MUs Smile Ouyer, both of Forbes, were married at. the Glen F.cho I'arsonage. Monday, May at, int.l. Mrs. K. M. l-'letclieratiil d.iituliter. Mrs. .1. M. T loilllison of Catnenm. are visiting Mrs. M. K. Crnwell. Mrs. M. I. lleadley and John Foster. llamalns for vou at 'I'. L. frlen'M hardware In DKc listed Com t'ultlv.v tors ami two ami three row LMer Harrows. on want to see tbe sibnve goods. Our prices are right. it is to be honed tint thrive Iki v. Ing llowers lo snare will klndlv semi them to the olllce of I'. S. Rostock on next Friday iiiornlin. Mar in. Iiv ti o'clock. Mrs. Klla Castle Is ai lionie from lliirllncaiiie. Kas.. where she has been the head trimmer In a mlllliierv es tablishment. She will heat home for several weeks. Attorney V. II. lilcbarils Is In Shelbyvllle. Shelby county, this statu, win' re ne is tne I lean man and attor ney for the coiupanr that Is putting In the big ditch In that countr. -Harden KdwariU. now s:: i,,.irw old, and his daughter, Mrs. John Iden, of the I lit Lake, went tin to Iowa. Tuesday, where tlier will vMt with his sons, .loliu and Lovell, who resldu near i;reston. -A uleashiL' note to a frieml lien. from Mrs. Ilessle Alklre-MorrK states that the family are now at Tarlor vine, Illinois, wnere iter liusiiand and father hare a large contract. Mr. Morris ami son did much of thu grad ing of The Oregon interiiban rail road. We are clad to know thai lies. sle and hubby and the babr, of course, aie in excellent health. Ilasness ,v l oster hare leased the II. I'ayne property, east side of siiiaie, for ten years, and will, as soon as they gel possession, within a short time, wreck the old two-storr frame building, now occupying the lot . and nut un a corrucatVtl steel building, :isxliM feet, which tlier will use for a garage, and salesroom. ' Paul Rlcker. sixteen rears old, son of Mr. ami Mrs. V. II. Rlcker, living near Malt laud, was taken to the Ellsworth hospital In St. Joseph I rlday, where on Saturday afternoon be was operated upon for appendici tis. For several days there was no hope for his recovery, but he Is re ported to ne siiginiv improved today, lie is a nenhew of Mrs M. It. Thomas. of tills cltv. .lell'ersniihin. Mound ('llv voted to Increase Iter Donned nine nicillicss frl.oou for t ie purpose of building a new standplpe. The votu was lui for to V against. Ill June the school district will rote on a t.T.Vriio bond proposition to build a new add modern school house, and wu predict it will carry bv a hand some majority. They do things thai way up there-they fust can't help it, because they are built that way. Is M. Thornburg, of near Salem, Nebraska, was here for a dav or two. visiting old friends, and making ar- ramicmcnts for the care of his cbl dren's graves, who are burled hero Mr 'I' rnriiin.li. II .... I n. Vol.. 1I.. .'. I . .. v.lll.l 1111, Ul I .11111, and for somo tliuu farmed tlie old John ti. cowan land. He left here 1" years ago. and is now farming near Salem. He Is a veteran of the civil war, servlnii as a member of the 11th (inio t.avairy, and while here was a member of Meyer Post, of this city Hay Racks Hay time Is about here. Do you need a rack? Our racks stands the racket, because they are built to stay. Ilullt In any sle or stylo to your order. Wilson Bros., OREGON, MO. FARMERS' PHONE, (01. For Sale! My residence, consisting of 4 rooms, 1 closet, summer kitchen, smoke and wood house, cistern, city water. In good neighborhood, opposite the Methodist church. Price, 11800. Ad Vffna Tfir w k. .win. UIC9D, JURE), JVUhllW l4Mr JbJIBAUUIl, Oregon, Mo, 11 J.Mi.w.. the new law In which the legislature appropriated much money In building limine highways iietween count v seats, thinks the county court of Atchison should appoint men on the locating board who would favor the bhiit road Rock Port lo Coming and thence to Craig through the bottom and then the hlulf road onto Mound City, Forest Cltv and Oregon. A very good suggestion, but the bottom route will lie Ignored. -(.ornlng Mir ror. May 1M. tlrolher Hainbauch. of the Cralir Leader, has been waltlnc for Unlit- nlng to strike lilm: that Is Uie variety t bey call political lightning, but as ret lias not been struck, but thu other kIiiiI the real, ifenti tie article was re.ichliiL' for b in when It, struck his printer) on Monday night, May In. He says In his Issiiu of May '.':!: The bo't si ruck thu large sycamore tree thai stands In front of our quarters itid Jumped from the trecto the elec tric light wires and entered thu build ing, but fortunately no damage of much conseipieiice resulted. A vacation is on fur sonic of our scliriol lads, but tliure are some that win put in tne season at hard work' Russell Tochtermaii has taken iinthe plane, the saw and the hammer, Just to show his papa how to handle tools, Oakley Morris is helping Charley Knock to sel c othhiL'. Kreret t. Merer Is clerking for Slg. Xoland. William Meer Is iearnlui! the dry l'ooiN busi ness with thu Pllts-llimkcr Mercan tile Company, and Harvey Meyer Is with tbu Ruler .v Kiinkul Lumber Company, and Reginald Hindu Is working tor es. .iarKt on tnu rami. like to see tins, ami 'i in: siisti- ski. concratulates them. Idleness Is an evil that should be avoided. On Saturday afternoon, June the members of Merer Post will be Hie guest of their comrade, F. S. Morgan, who, If conditions are right, will shortly leave for Gcttys. btirir. to narlicitiate lu the anniver sary of that bat tie, he being on the Held as a member or the 1st Pennsyl vania cavalry. I he members of the Post are reuiiested to meet at tlie home of the adjutant at '.'o'clock, and will proceed In a body lo the home of their comrade. To. A. W. VanCainn and others, who participated lu the (iftt)shuig light, a cordial Invitation Is extended to Join the Post members and be the guest of the Post and Mr. Morgan. Remember Hie date, Sat urday, June ' Rlcliaid Dobyns, of Tin: Sijnti i m:i. force, is now laid un for renalrs.. and ll will likely be a month before' he Is able to "play ball" again. While In a uame a few days ago, he was be hind the bat, lust where he likes lo play: when he does play, he pla.xs for hi there is in me game to win. well, thu batter made a foul tip. and I He!;" got the ball with all Its force. It drove the kiiucklu or thu third lin ger up to thu wrist, broke two or liireu nones in tnu tnirii ami iimriii lingers, and lie is surely knocked out or the game for several weeks to come. Dr. I'.vaus was called, who called Dr. Proud to assist, and those two got these purls of Dick s anato my back lu the natural positions, and while he Is able to ho around, carry lug his "sling" with him, be is doing nicely, hut suffers greatly. New Point and Vicinity. Mr. Iliirve Chamberlain is on thu sick list. Mrs. Molllu Polly camu up from St. Joseph to visit relatives. Mrs. Kulley went to St. Joseph, Monday, returning Tuesday. -Mrs. Terry and ! ranees went to St. Joseph for a few week's visit. -Miss Madge Hampson, of Tarklo, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Chris tian. -Miss Edith Hardman Is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Mollie Hainm, In St. Joseph. -Mrs. Kearney, Miss Elsie Hard man and Mr. C. C. Hardman were Oregon visitors, Tuesday. Ralph Meyer and family and Shan Hardman went to St. Joseph, Tues day, In Mr. Meyer's car. Misses r.isie iiammaii, .Mary ami Catharine Terry and Mrs. Kearney were Oregon visitors, riaay. ' -Cole llaram came up Saturday evening from St. Joseph, and visited Shan llardman's until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Rrooks and daughter, Margery; Claude Render and wife, spent Sunday at Lyle Ren der's. The Presbyterian church will have children's exercises. June 8, In the morning and the Christian church on June H, in tho evening. Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Dreher and children, Mr.and Mrs. Kelleyandchll dren, Will Acton, wife and Irene, and Mrs. Ollle Terry and baby, Wtlmlna, spent the Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Acton. Miss Ly dla, one of the O. II. S. graduates, left Monday for Ktrksvllle Normal, where she will be gone about ten weeks. She also has accepted a posi tion as'Prlmary teacher at Forbes, Mo. We think this speaks well for the graduates this year, as this Is the fourth out of the class that has a school for the winter. We sure wish Lydla succese. Nkro. One Minute Washing Machine Price, $10. Hand Wnnliiim- Machines $ 4-.BO to $10.00 Power Wasli.iiM $2!LBO to $:iO,00 V liave sold I'.tlOtit) Miimti! WukIiIiik MucliineH TH KY AUK KASY RUNNKKS. llorriiik HefriKurntovs $8.50 to $75.00 Oil and (tasoline Cooking .Stoves. Lawn .Mowers, Wire Cloth, Ice Cream Freezers. Yours for Good Hardware, T PRICE, WEST SIDE SQUARE, OREGON, MO. r St. Joseph, Mo. Sixth and Felix Streets "You'll feel at Home. Shop at BLOCKS'. Clothes - Shoes - 0 r k Hats I "For your whole family" for Man, Woman and Child The Lowest Prices in Missouri for the LJest in Quality. When in Saint Joseph make this Store your headquarters. Mt-vt your friends here use our rest rooms, parcel check stands and other conveniences. Free Parcel Post Delivery Railroad Fares Rebated If you can't buy it of your home merchant buy it of us. -J Arkansas Lands. Arkansas, the state of opportunities. Don't you want to own a piece of lantl that will make a good farm and pay handsome returns on the investment? You can get land in Southern Ar kansas, where water is good, healthy locality, free from our cold Northern winters, at $5.00 for cut-over land, and $20 for cheaply Improved farms, Make two kinds of crops on same land in one year. If you would like to join Excursion Tuesday, June 17, 1913, let me know, Call on me for booklet. F. L. ZELLER, OREGON, : MISSOURI. GET A HOVIE IN COLORADO Rich Soli. Abundant Water. Delightful Climate. 337,000 Acres in One County Just Opened to Irrigation. Raise Fruit. Raise Uraln. Raise Stock. Now is the time, before values double. Here are some of the opportunities In one locality. Itlcli Farm Lands, Just opened under two nuvv Irrigation Systems. Kvery Inducement offered to responsible parties with teams and resources for development. Men versed In the Poultry lluslness will llnd unequalled opportunity. The market for Ilrollers and Mjuaus is snienuiu, me prices iroou, Practical Inducements olio rod to a ('reamery Company and a Can nine Factory for vegetables, .Market Gardeners to raise small fruits ana vegetables for several large hotels in a Mountain Park, also for city market. For lnfiiriimtlon iibont tliu Htulo or ('oloni)lu anil lis opiiortiiiiltlvx, iiililri'ns tlu iliulrriilKiii'd or t hull miter I'nluradu lluri'tu of tho Itanvur Chamber nf CntumBivu. I hiivu iiotlilnit tii Nell, neither tliu (luuli r Col rmlii Ilurcuu, which Is com IKwert of public xplrlteil men from nil pitru of the state to Ktvn uivuriitn Informu- tlon imU i'UciuI every courtesy to homeaeolieri uml Invex- in,., vim nc neijijrimr 4 D. CLEM DEAVEH, Immiuratlon Agent-Burllngtoo Route Room 380, Q Uldtf., Omaha, Nebr. the summer is over.