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Indian Friak Big Top Breaks Liberty, Jaapinf Oat of Car Window. (or KrwiV Big Top. a Iltaek Koit In dln, Sited V years, welghln.: !) rounds, and 0 fett 2 Inches hlli. en route to Leavenworth military prl on, under sentanre of 9) years, at Helena, Mont., for corcrnlltlntf a stat utory oSense. escaped from 1'ef.uty United states Miril.il J M Hick man and guard, by Jumping through a Hate-room wlndo on train (I. as the train was nearlng Korbes at a peed of about mile an hour, about IJCi Friday morning, Lc. 2 The prisoner had been act Ins strangely, and itemed a little addled by reaaon of fearing that cn hit ar rival at Ut prison he ould be hanged While tlit marshal and hli deputy were packing their t!nglng preparatory to making a change of cart at St Jcrsepli. the prisoner raided the large double wlndo of the a'.ite room and xade 'he leap On itrlklng the ground i.e vy.n rained hit feet and started fjacif US the track, but he as bad y talvti ' about the head, arx and hands. ' Ther pulled ti.e l etrd and stoppfl ti.e train an I I e and deputy started In puMul'. and e'Ting ? a ' farm kotiM they tiotprf and cal. ln,ulry. Ti.ty efe u.al the ! ion of Korbe as . it a .ittit y ' dn the track, and there u.tj d ' get Loth ttitpi. ne a-,d tt .graph' eAnnwtlbn They retrartd rhtlr ttp tti tnt to Kerb and ea'.el '.p t'-sr.vtab.e Carter. h ad rived them Uca!up SherlS it.ln Tt.is as dtne a: nt. and tie iheri:! hurriedly Kr)je and met the antloui xsr.ha . The Uie'U! tl ougl.t Ukt k a . a pair cf b.oodi ctridt tn'ht trail, artd llee tfe tt egrapl.d ,':r to St. Jooeph s'rlttd a: I jibes n train 1 about 3" ai.d tl y ere atoMer-'-t' wk The) t-y.k .?, the tral. on the rai read rtgh'.-'.f ay to the pub Ic rotd .talirig east tc ard iorbrs. M.tn '. ytt. of i rbes ard throj.-ii a r.' d then d .ri ti.e t ,.gh asuth to the Marlyr, wi::r, ; c t: the public read thence utst n the public read to the E I. Hrnpaie ard from here to ti.e MUorl rher rtsn the rlter at of the 1' Raiser farm w.heaf. of KorUs Here It becaxe vdari; tnat the chut had to be abandoned The parly returned to i'orbee arid M.e k.r and his dogs, and the rr.ar.t.at anil i u def jty l0k th- t lulsOxaha a tlyer f r sin re . St. JjM-pl,. and ."-h.rlf! turned to hl home. Abuti'. cloci; .Sa'urdiy n owng ShtrlS Ge.'lri rreluda i-Vph r.ecV. from Mrs She'rnari K-e Using In the Nlckeli's Grust olstric;. :i mhes east and'. rr.l t'.rlh '.f firtgon. that ' There a rr.a'i In her houve. and from her story the shfi: as Itj dined I'j the ledef that I' was the '"11 1" In Man Ti, sl.efil! cc.x; nltd b) hl wife b.1!. mv I arxed and siippilnl s It h he ncesk'y pts otier jceiry. hurrM t-5 the Kee hoxe. and the sl.-rl5 found thai I K opinion sa -jrreci as to It being the "arited Indian from Helena ' f-.r he fiurJ cn entering the I.ium: that .Shtrmari Keevas standing catering the man lth a douhe harrei thot gun. The Indian caxe to h- her h' r.e late In the night, and i.nUkni.Ari to them, entered the kitchen, and helped himself to sshat he coutu tlnd to eat on the tah'e and ransacked the refrigerator, and then entered the bed room. Mcli arojsw the family A struggle took place, ami Mr. Kee and hit brother. I rank, Until) suc ceeded In ourp'jvterlng Hlg Top. Mrt. Kee doirig her part, and th shtrlS ssas called Sherli! Gehln. sshlle Kee held the gun on him. safely manacled lllgl Top," and he ssas escorted to the sl.tr-1 lll'l car, glsen a ha-k aial tieslde the lI.a.IIT ,i.t tin. tin l,ffllf St tl.l ssheel, safely landed "The ir.an in the house" In the county jail, Sheriff Geliln notified Marshal Hickman thai lie had the Indian, and the aberin accompanied by Judge II. M. Dungan, took him to St Joseph, and delivered the prisoner to the marshal, ho In turn delivered him to the ssarden of the Federal prison at Leavenssorth, and Dig Top Is now beginning to serve hta Si-year sen tence. A Worthy Catue. Mlu Hortense Dungan, of this city, It a tlee-preildenl of the St. Joteph Sheltering Arms, and considerable In terest li being shown here among the charitably Inclined, looking lo the help of these unfortunate little ones. Mlu Hortense is being aided by Mrs. Wallace Dawson, Mrs. Wm. Morris, Mitt Ronnie Urodbeck, Mr. Fred l'hllbrlck and other. They are work ing In division and on the endlea chain plan, and teem to be accom plishing much good. T. C. Dungan naaaent forward a few barrel ot fruit tod other supplies-, that will 4oubtle be appreciated by Uieae par tntlea little one. Get In touch w Itti Mbvi Dungan. An Old Resident Hot ft Marlon, no '3 years old was In town, recently enjaylns a visit with his datil.ter, Mrs. Aot Carry He it well preser ed. and enjnys life m well as tl efce o? Ms felc xan. (or one of his year HU father located In what It ro U.e Xarlon district, xany jtars uo. and fsr ,ox the o'.d district as naxtd UcOert as born In Knex csunty, Onls. August tli. 14I. and caxe to Ho:t county. "1 years uo. and hit llted In the Marlcfi section, ever since he caxe to the county He has MIS AMir.5 P.ftJir.HT MARION , '', ' ' '' "ePi''r' ; rt Jk" " 4 U. 1 "'J" """f' cf 04 x 1 -s f " ' v.-iint : inttH U 'lorT-n I, d h ' his mother, hro-heoecve and journeyed side h, ..! a -,ng .,f, s path 1 k"!- " L'1' J ' -ay these -fy yea- The -edilng, -We sl.ou.d eer'alny Us, a de ' tpacelntl: d.:no ), x, - - Thet aretl.ertien-s.f s,s dlug,, '''kt -nt ers and one t, John ... ng at e . d !,. f , m er days l.vre Mrs J j Denny Kansas -G D. Cap C- .Mng vri sax- . tiy Ksrisas N.rs IdaC .rry M-eg-.n ,ot Rron of Arkansas, r.ear )ct- Mrs. Daisy DaWds:n Hv.t cv-nty teviye and Hig Lae had bjslness In Mrs ' Neb Kins j... t to , Hirdt Xan.-sj Dasid City. Mrs j uuhg tid.T M-s Ca-Mele-ry , ? died In n.ey a-e a ...eg'ar.j parents gran.ci.i aren -I E. Tay'.ar and i.'e and lltt e . b:rhcd. sshlch took p. ace In 5: Jo About Completed. :n cf MoundtRy.vstre hereSonday. Jseph. eneday last sseek I ranees Ga3 The regwi b:ard cJ education made stt exent Mcndty cf this tek vslth W L Schrage. the contractor for the erection of Oregon's ne High schco. bul dir.' Wx R Schraag. cf Kansas Cits, the arci Itect at here andxade InsDectlon cf the sscrk. rrc rsourice'i the bjlldirig had been erected j in strict accordance i:h the pech j acatlont. and the sstrxarishlp Inifiu. here he and sslfe l.i.soend etery respect ssa iljne In a tirst c.a ... . .., . ...i.. mtnner The contract price sa tuTu. but ei'.ra ssork had teen done by order of the tjtrd axuuntlngto f'- . bringing tl.t cj-t up to M'.-'i'.' rut itic'udlng ti.e p umhlr.g vs,ici. cxt .'. grturidt !3i . seating ssaiks, grading and i ther Incidental- ssin bring the cost up to the fu.l amiunl jf U.e "' binds sotH Tl is vslth the present splrndld grade scl.tr.. buhdlng ss , bring the Oregon sclif.. prorty up to a con rsatls sa.uatK.li of f4.al-' lKth of these buildings are modern in nery ay and Is on y atioll.-r etidence of Oregon's ptogresslerifs The ontract ssas let to Mr chrage on June li and he began the construc tion of the building the middle of Juiy, ami turn otr ilie building as to his part of the sscrk cn December .th He caxe here and campeJ on his job gliltig It Ids personal alien lion in etery detail, and so tit at t knoss. ah Interested the tax payers, are fuliy satisfied llh the vsork he has done The school Ixiard also gse personal attention to the vsork being done, and It Is a urallrtcatlon to know that the board and Mr Schrage acted In perfect harmony during the con struction and at no time ssere they far apart on an) detail, esen In minor matter Itotli seemed to knoss sshal ssas right and they hevsttt to that line all the time. Another eicellenl feature of Mr Schra;e's vsork ssat the fact, that most all, If not all, the material vsas purchased from local dealers, and local workmen ssere employed sstien possible to get them. The painting was done by a local Srm, Freeman fi Greene, and other iiiechanlct found work on the building The plumbing Is not yet uite finished, and the furniture it yet to be placed; these still be completed In time for the building to be occupied immediately following the holiday ta Mtion, when on Monday, Januarj 3d, 1910, the freshmen, the sophomore, the Juniors and senior of the Oregon High school, will begin their work In the High school building, one of the best In Northwest Missouri. Harrr Latell and wife, of Malt land, were Sunday visitor with Mr L'. grandmother, Mr. Margaret uoiuns, ana uncie, vviu uomn. Ladies' Winter Coats In the Hew 1015-10 styles at greatly reduced prices. KREEKa HASNESS. -See tU Cut G!a at I'htlllpa' Drug Store. A fe Red Polled bull Catte for Mtie. Gallon Act Cure v. You lll 2nd a large auortxent of Hook and Mb'ti at Phlwlpt' Drug Store. Matt El.tr hat bten etnSned to till hoxe the pat: eek frox a set ere case of tontllltli John Keeiet, ife i'id MIm Katheryn drote to St. Juvepl, Sunday, and spent the day. Ed Dunham hat added a ne and upto-date tyr-t-rlter to hit office e-ulpxent at circuit clerk Toilet Caet. U'orK ttctet, Manl cureSeU. 1'oatcard AibuT.a. Medal lions, Etc . at t'htillpt Drug Store. A fe Daroe Jervey male host fo ia,t, alio one aged hey Ktix-Allll f'tllRXAX. E R MeHen. of I'nUn tonblp at Ure far a dt or to latt eek tltltlng Mi niece, Mrt E A Dunham. Jlxxle Cain, of the Lincoln dis trict hatbeenaiery tick man. Dr Wood te'is u. but att!.l tlxt l toxt better Meyer I'et . G A. R . i: bold Its neit meeting at the hsxe C Danle. KunVt' 5r on Saturday January 1st. lI. -Mrs Wi. lam Knea e I'oint has rented the prtpert) re:tnt y ta:a:ei by Dr , Kearney Lvs'. -Kty ring and te eys cr.;sch(: The III e faces cf Le urht, rtadt-etnetn Otg.n and )srtescue ( o:ktd try faxhla: to tie surln-. (srnsay. .se3ttr'i, I inder. p.ease 1 ..reg.n ) nday tf ast tstek -Miss Mldred Tay or. of f ralg w the gues- o.'heraum. Mf, Gtra d King cf this city, re- (turned : 5 her hime this ssttk. J'ltltlng sl'h friends. Their nephew, t redilass s:M-coritlri.accoxpariled the urldc. It a ery charming young them jiady, the daughter of Mr and Mrs -The Oregon Canning Co has sold' Emmett GaSney. ef the Mt Hcpe OiM. cases of their corn rack, this I district Mr Krus. the groox Is an bear, to the Idai j Whoiesae Grocerj House at l'ocateiio. Idalio. and slilDted one car load, Dec. 3 ) ; Msrgan hai i I Msrgan has returrietJto Kan- . . ..... . . .. trie ssinier iui w.eir aaugnier. jirs. Wli. III. . whom sse regret to learn It In very por health G W Cummins and wife hate relume-d from Huxbo:dt. Nebraska, where the) slotted for a few weeks with their daughter and husband. Rev etilg and wifr Money to osn cn grol. safe Mis souri River bottom farms, at ' er cent eml annua. Interest, with a reasonable coxxlvU-n. Gr. 5. Lt kk.sv Di s. lAi liugglet. Io'l Trunks, Iioh l(ed, Toy Tea Sets. Toy Seeing Machines, Toy Itrooms, Tool Chests, Stoves, Automobiles, Mechanical Toys, Games and Toys of ail kinds at I'lill- lips' Drug Store The cased ti state st. C W. Craig. Euclid. John and William Dad son on the charge ol assault with In tent to kill John C Hirikle. near Kortetcue, cn Thanksgiving, and which wts set for hearing Monday, of tills week, was continued to today, Friday, December lWh, Etther, the bright little ls-year old daughter of Ed A- Dunham and wife, went up to Craig and spent a couple of days with her uncle, S. E. Judy and family. Henry Danker went along, going to Corning, and when Esther got off at Craig, she told Henry not to get off the cars until the train stopped. Tom Kyger, who was over at Nortonvllle, Kans , recently, tell ut he had the pleasure of meeting E. S. Eyerly, who It living in town, but owns a farm near by, which It man aged by his son. Eyerly was Holt county' superintendent of school in VT.2 4. and Issued Hon. II. T. Alklre hit tirst certificate to teach school. Dr. Geo. K. Hlbbard and wife, of Fillmore, were In Oregon, Friday of last week, to see his brother, John M., who hat been on the sick-list, but who I now reported some better, we are glad to learn, and also to tee hi fa. ther, Judge Geo. W. Hlbbard, whom we are sorry to learn does not show much Improvement In his condition The Ed. Foster sale, Thursday of last week, Dec. 2 drew a good crowd, and stock told well. The sale totalled about 2,3O0. Col. P. M. Itabb kept the crowd in a good humor, and secured good prices, as the following will attest: One span of mules, com Ing nine years old, brought 1100; one male bog brought 135, and one gilt, 34; three-year-old heifers, averaged 59; one span two-year-old colt told for 1250, and summer calves sold for 2 per head straight through, , County School Notes. . The name of the school In the north est corner cf the county Is Ilcyre.'e. Here Mis I'na Thompson teaclica a nice tittle school of Si pupils. The superintendent spent latt Tuesday xornlng In this school She rexex ber perfectly ell l.en the teacher was one of her little Srst-gradera In the Craig school .this as In the year 1WOI scuth of Hcrefe is Marietta f) district: this Is a part of itej(J dated District. No. 4. hlch ) ;anlted last spring Miss Fink-Ja Just scuth vcljool district Consolidated as organlted belner, a young lady from Graham, teads here lth ten pupils. Here Mrs. Murphy spent the afternoon, drltlnf after four o'clock to Craig. here she as delightfully entertain ed by Mr. and Mrt. S. E. Judy Wednesday morning, the superin tendent drote to Wild Rase, taking the teacher, Miss Etta Van Vickie, lth her. There it a bice ne school house In this district, ohl.'ii takes the place of the building that as burned last year At noon a long drlte a made to Ne Liberty school. In Consolidated District. No. 1. htre the superinten dent arrived short. before oneo clock The enrc.xent here is Vj The school t.ouse Is nice. j drccratrd and the .children seem Interested Mlw Jo-e-! phlne Wllstn It the teact.e'-tl Is Is Andtrn it-tri term Let Thursday afternn a s-:r,d slsit as made ts the Kerb primary tendent. she hating taught them lit , 71 :C" ' f ' 0 XVillJ PLt The rs., has made terrlbe Inrcad- mu this rr: of the country, and the r ..ashadt. --,r The tjptr,nUB4tM -Mld u rresa. xend to the ratrms and difec'.rs cf . ... . ' .t fw, Uit Kt j, ;-Bfl. uA tftC. Wlt mnoslb.hding I The superintendent has; earned! sf u.e vseJdmg ef t of her ftrxtrl iM. children In the E Da. neigh- jney and stan e) k ruse MIssGaSney ,ecenerit young man cf tterilng char i Mter. the youngest -sn of Mr and Mrs. Chris Kruse .'! incir uir ue i. i . , . a happy cne and may they Ir.r'.uerice for good ah those lth hom they mi) ccme In contact. A Lur.iiT-s GitKE.N-Mirt.ru. . Count) Superintendent At The Depot. A good business was dene at the Diterurban depot during the month of November and Agent M ,van and hit ere of men were a sery bus) let Cf fel.ows There were Jlc.Mad lots received, and oil sent out The loui tennage handled coming In was z.ii''i,i." pounds, and going out :..1'J pounds, a totai cf '.W.V-ll rounds. Eiprt-s handled 3-Ult pounds-, cream thipd gallons and IVSi passengers The carload lots con sisted of. UtCHSIll 5 Ice 1 Luxber Plaster . Cement. Cattle. . Hosts Flour.... Sand ... Con on Hay .1 Tile 1 Total .... 31 iiiKw.SKlat: Hogs !; Cattle.. 6 Total ... J Evangelical Church. There will be preaching at Oregoo, In the evening, neil Sunday, and at Nlckeli's Grove In the morning. -E. O. Phillips' Drug Store for complete line of .ma presents r Frozen Cylinders, Water Jackets, Broken Crank Cases, Gear Cases, Castings of any kind, shape or size WE WELD THEM GOOD AS NEW. We can save you time and money. WILSON BROS. OREGON, MO. Take it all-in-all there's nothing equals THE VIOTROLA $15 $25 $40 $50 $75 But buy it sow, while you are aalaHnf 1 'aHllal a M lim 'aaaalaal CAREY E. BUNKER. Oregon, Mo. In order to have more room, we are making Startling Prices on Queensware. You can buy anything in this stock at your own price. Now is the time to take advan tage ol this sale (or Xmas presents. Our Xmas Candies arc here and we can make you good prices. Special prices made on Xmas treats of ten pounds or more. New Oranges win Dcgin io come in next ween, c All sizes and all prices. $ TVf nnrso DMi, Dt,..a. I - v - Red Crown Gasoline STARTS EASIER A trial will convince yon that it contains extra heat unites, which ineaiic extra POWKK. increased. SPEKD. more MILKAGK. PERFECTION OIL The Best Burning Oil for Laini, Oil Heaters and Cook Stoves. STANDARD OIL CO., (Ind.) C. H. THOMPSON, Agent Oregon, Mo. The Sixty-Fourth Congress. The slatj.fourtli congress convened Monday, of this sseek. Champ Clark, the Idol of Missouri Democracy ssaa again choeen speaker. 2,0 bill and resolutions were Introduced, and the budget of appropriations ask for an Increase of 170,000,000 over that of the last previous estimate. Among the many bill Introduced, a large num ber provide (or national defense. Since the (lille of 1012, there have been a number of conspicuous figures returned and will answer roll call at this session; among these are Joseph Cannoo, of Illinois. The president's message was submitted Tuesday, and the body will not be in good working order before Monday next. Attention Comrades. The December meeting of Meyer Pott will be held at the home ot Daniel Kunkel, Sr., on Saturday after noon. January 1st, 1916, at 3 o'clock. Members of the Post are urged to be present. K. S. Mokoan, Adjutant. $100 $150 $200 $250 $300 sure to hive It for Christmas. Rj TCraPlr ponuoT ccnuirr LASTS LONGER Matinee Prize Winners. Kred Dreher was awarded the 5 01 prlte, given by the Oregon Merchants' Matinee Club, at the Itoyal Theatre, last Saturday, for making the largest purchases from the club members. He purchased goods of Dawson Camp bell Clothing Co., C. W, King ard the Fltts-Ilunker Mere. Co. Mrs. Arlle Iianes, of Malt land, was awarded the J 00 prize tor coming the longest dis tance. She made purchases of E. K. Weary, photographer, A Draw Match. Lewis Hoffman, of Topeka, Kansas, and Terry Milton, of Albany, Mo., en tertained the "wrestling fans," at the Gem Theatre, Thursday evening of last week, In one of the Itesl ethlhl lions that lias ever been seen here. They seemed evenly matched, and wrestled an hour and thirty minutes without a fall. Clare Culp.of this city, and Cecil Robertson, of Fillmore, staged the preliminary, and they, too, seemed so evenly matched that neith er wen able to get a fall In thirty minuter