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STROKE WASHING MACHINES. $10.00. Hand Washing Machines, $4.60 to $10.00 Power Washers. $22.60 to $30.00 T Wn have the One Minute and the Rullman Hand Washing Machines none better. T HE F EASY Ij W II Li Prices Ranges, on Steel $28 60 to ftfZL W $80.00. Ono-fourth V 'vlJ off "on all Hoating VL v y Stoves. Our prices aro as low as anybody on good goods. Yours for Good Hardware, T. L. PRICE, HARDWARE. WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON. M0. ii k sktti.ks tiik mm:. Only in the Fall Can Missouri and Kansas Sportsmen Shoot Ducks. Arkansas Lands. Arkansas, the state of opportunities. Don't you want to own a piece of land 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 S20 for cheaply improved farms, Make two kinds of crops on samp land In one year. Call on me for Booklet, F. L. ZELLER, OREGON, : MISSOURI. Hunter!) of Missouri anil Kansas might us well lay alde tlielr shot Kiins, for there "III be no duck limit In In either Mate this spring, ac cording to dispatcher from the Aitrl cultural Department at Washington. Thursday last, the Agricultural Department gave out It Interpreta tion uf the federal Kame law ax af fecting tliN part of I nclc Sam's do- main. It prohibit any killing of mi gratory blrt! or water fowl In the sprliiK'i absolutely, not only In Mis souri atil Kana, hut throughout the entire country. the hunting m ason for duck and other migratory birds and water fowl In Kansas Is from Sept. I to Dei'. !'. In Missouri from Sept. Ii to Jan. I." sa)s Dr. T. S. Palmer, of the Depart- merit of Aiirlcultur.il. "No 1 1 uttt lrtr outside of these uiontlis I permiss ible under Ihe federal law. no matter what the statu or local naine lawn or rule may he. Violation of this law are subject to a line of 1 1 Ht, or the Juilce may Inlllct a Jail seiittnct'. "I have had more complaints from Kansas than any other state analnM the law, but we can't help that. It will he enforced rlk'ldly. not only In Kansas and Missouri, hut uierywhere. The migratory water fowl were rap- Idly disappearing from the country and this measure was needed to pro- ect them. Ilia few year they may ho plentiful again, when a change In the law inllil he possible, hut not before. 'Seien feileral i-amo warden havu heen appointed In Missouri already," he said. "Kansas uaino warden will In- appointed shortly and the law rigidly enforced. The game warden are Instructed to brlin: olleinler lie- fore the federal Judges. Already a hundred lines ham been Imposed throughout the country for violations of thl law." Many person are asking County Clerk .eller dally whether they will be permitted to bum ducks during Ihu spring, and to all such lie Invar iably tell them that ho I of tho opinion that the Federal law I nil preme, and auile them not to vio late the law; that they should read Ihu Instruction on the license. aVMMaaV laaaaaaaaW few Buy It Because It's a Better Car $550 Model T Tmirintt Cur l.o.li.Dilnill Willi l.lcitrlc Starlrr nml l.luhla, SI 110 IMr.i. lot particulars from Keuves-Cj'jU Auto ( oiii pan), Oregon, MUsourl. jft T"f rajaTBaBaaB Fruit Trees of Quality are the kind you should plant, and the kind vou alwavs tret here. WHY PLANT SECONDS" or other grades net up to the highest standard, when we furnish the best that can be grown and save you money on every transaction? EVERY TREE AND PLANT GUARANTEED IN PER FECT CONDITION, and all stock failing to grow tho first season, when given reasonable oare, REPLACED AT HALF CATALUUUt PHIUM. Yours to Serve, GEO. R. MURRAY, OREGON. . MISSOURI. Death ol Shelby M. Cullom. Shelby M. Cullom. formerly senator from Illinois, died al hi homo In Washington, D. C, Wednesday, Janu ary 2, at tho age of Kl year., Ills ileal Ii bring to an end llfty years' continuous public service that had made him a llgurc In American na tional life and broiiKht him Into of liclal relation with every president from Abraham Lincoln o Wood row Wilson, Cullom'. career a a I'nlted State senator began In when he ro sined a governor and wa elected to succeed Dav hi Davis, Ills service In the Senate chamber wa an unbroken one for thirty year, a riconl ex celled only by three iithermeti.Thoin as II. Ilenton. of Missouri! Senator Allison, of Iowa, and Morrill, of Ver mont. During all these llfty year of pub lic service, when hi life and work were closely scrutlnled by those po ll) leal critic who would have been Clad lo discover a bint of unfaithful- liess in his public character, to the lid that lliev might have driven him from hi place and made way for a .uiilidale from their own rank, no ne ha sincerely or successfully ut tered one word rcllicllng upon thl public servant' Integrity, lie wa lie sort of man who may be best In trusted with the public ilutleof his immunity. We iloubi If more can bo a il of any man. PERT G. PIERCE, DENTIST, if ORlrr in the Mnnrn H'ldf. lift llouVi.ni. lu Mm. IiM 1 1 V f p. rn. u& p. in. Oregon; 'hones, Old 01, Mutual 43, Real Estate MimcoRrarli. I'CIII l-lll II MIIM.V III I , I . III! II Villi'. OMM.ilS, Mil. tin ii i ri'sriii is mi uiuiiii. luni k. Abstracter and Negotiator ot Loans Transfers for week ending January S, lull: VVAIIIIANTV IIIXIH .1 W Hill to Cha W Craig, I Interest lot block 2, i'or tescue i Sain'l II Sehiiltu to.lno A Con rad, lot .1, block .11, Highland Add Oregon Klon Nauman lo I.II11S Nan man, svv svv X', K,X Kva II llltt lo C.eo it Drake, lots t, 11, block iii), I'orest City Cora Ii Kliuniet to .las llragg, et al, :iu U.VI011 acres nvv :il, IK), :i I-' K Allen to Alfred h Ten quay, WO acres 1H,i, . ... T W McCoy to Helen It Mc Coy, lot'J, block I, McCoy's Add Mound City T W McCoy to Anna L Miller, lot l, block l, McCoy's Add Mound City Kdw K Foster to Sterling 1' l'erklns, s'J ne and n'.' &e 27, .V.i, .is Wesley J Lunsford, ct al, to Henry L Kails, et al, 8 20 feet lot 10, block I'orest City.. Peter Galbraltli to I'hlllp Sin clair, lot 1", block 4(1, Forest City I'hlllp Sinclair to Frank I.ove lady, lot 1", block til, Forest City Hank of lliichanan County to Jus II llunu, e2 nu and no so 2.1, .V), :is IIMT-(!I..UMS Jno S llachman to .las S Og den, so 11, 00, to .las Hunker to Hosier A Men der, Us Interest nvv 20, ill, lo. I-Vi 4, IKK) '.'11,000 I l l, '.IX) ,'IXI 10 10 1 1 .liM Tyler C Hoyt Will Clvil-scrvlcu examinations have been ordered to bu be III tho next few weeks In Missouri for tho purpose of lining an loiirui-ciuss posioiuces pay IngiMVOor more per year. Kxamlna Hons will be held In the Fourth Con lrressionat district as follows: At Heck l'ort, March 7. At Maryville and St. Joseph, March 14. Fillmore, Forbes, Corning and Fortescue are on the list in mis section. Forty-Nine Dcnd. The complete story of one of Ihe worst steamship disasters In the. re fill history of the Virginia cape, readied Norfolk, Va., I'rldiy after- noon last, .Ian. :n. Survivors of the wreck of the lid Dominion steamship Monroe, cut almost In two anil sent to the bottom of the ocean by the steamship Nantucket early on the morning of thenh. I orly-nlnellves and a large cargo and a modern ship wa the toll exacted by a fog which made navigation an Impossibility. Awakened from their sleep by Ihe crashing of splintering steel plates a the two vessel came together, the passenger and crew of the Monroe rushed on deck to lind tlielr vessel al ready wallowing In the trough of the va and careening. It was plain that she bad received her death wound Wild screams of the women who had been able to reach the deck mingled with Ihu curse of Ihu men, All were In their night clothes. Al the moment of tho Impact the collision drill signal was sounded on the ship's bells, and the crew rushed to their stations at the lifeboat. Hut there was lilt lu thai could lie done. inly one llfelioat had been put over the side when tin) hull of the Monroe seemed to rise in the air turn almost completely over and I hen disappear below Ihu waters. ATTENTION! COMRADES. Members of Mejer I'ost, (1. A. It. will remember their next tegular meeting will Im held Satutilav. l eli ruarv :' l'.i l, at Ihu home of I lit ailjulantaljp.nl. I.el I hero be full attendance. li. v. t I'VIVIIN. ('oiiiiuander Just Think of It! A Few Specials While They Last 8 bars Pearl White Soap 25c 8 bars Bob White Soap 25c 25c cans C. P. Baking Powder 10c 1 5c cans C. P. Baking Powder 5c Extra Special for Saturday only Not over C cans to a person. 3 cans 15c Kraut for - - - 25c I liavi! fill' s'llc niio rnrrliitff. rowi lis new. $l.'t.".00 car rliim. Hint I will fell for $7A.t)0. AIkooim Stull:tki)r Top lliiKk'.v. Iiiinn't bt'i'ii usi'il hut wry llttli'; till I- a $1 lo.HO hiiKuy ami wIIIh-H fm- r.o.no ; ami I haw one ilotihle set of llniiil-nmilt' i-tiio.oil Harness for '.Ti.OO. Tlienearc hitf haiKaliin for anyhoily that run iisethein. Yours I'or more htisiiieHs all the time, One man raised 100 bushels of potatoes from 100 lbs. of seed. Another raised 60 tons of alfalfa on 12 acres of ground. Another raised 1500 bushels of potatoes on 5 acres of ground. Another gets $200 per month for the milk from 14 cows. Another raised $80 worth of onions from 1-8 acre of ground. Another raised $900 worth of white beans on 9 acres of ground. Another raised $85 worth of cantaloupes on 1-2 acre of ground. And all of this happened In thu Hlg Horn llasln of Wyoming. If making money llko this Inter ests you, send today for Information about available opportunities along our new line. I). Clem Iieaver, Hurllngton Route, Iloom 371), i Ilulldlng, Omaha, Neb. REMOVAL I have moved my Harness Shop to the East Side of the square first door south of Variety Store. Hero aro a few of the bargains: 1 12 inch Breast Strap, each $ .50 1 inch Heavy Hame Strap, each 15 1 1-8 inch 18-foot Line, pair 3.60 1 1-8 inch 20-ft. ExtraHeavyLino.pr 4.25 Special February Bargains in Whips Harness and Shoes Repaired Harness Oiled CLARE CASTLE If you receive your mall hy Itural Ficc Delivery or Star Houtc, or al a poslofflcc where there Is no newsdealer liauillluu It, you can (jet the ST. LOUIS DAILY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT uvury day I'xot'pt Sunday, sh dav In cwry vvitI, uinlrr a sii'clal olti-r not opi-n lo Mibscribiir.s who llru lu towns served hy local nuvvHli-ali-rs) for $2.50ONE YEAR --$2.50 NOT an Inoomplutii and Imperfoct "llural llouto Kdlllon," Tho paper for vvhlch other Mibsorlbwrs ri'itularly pay, and aro willing to pay, I.iki per )uar. The KKAI. DAILY CI.OIIIMH-MOCKAT. All the nc-WH of nil Ihv viirlh, vvltlioilt bias or prejudice. 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"Tho Duly of Woman s Society to its Memburs" Mrs, Kvans. "A Contrast"Mrs. Conrad. "Mystery Hox" Mrs. Kun. For Sale A full-blood Duroc Jer sey Hoar, weight about 400. Call on or address, L. II. Cunningham, Ore gon, Mo., route 4, For Sale. 4i)-acro I'arm. ' miles north of For est City, close to school and church. All fenced I lOk'-t lnht and cross-fenced. Practically all in irrass, liood house, barn, chicken houe, smoke I.oiim), IipH sheds, lluildlntts all new and substantially built k'ood stock well. Cistern at house. This H a handy little farm. Will sell cheap. Kor further particulars call on or address J, M. Doziku, Forest City, Mo. Old papers 20 cents per 100 at this oftlce.