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The Most Important News Con densed from the LeidlnJ Papers. good thing too numerous to mention." I'ldgenay had a road dragging day Fargo and Adams express companies from receiving or delivering hi; inrnt of intoxicating lieiuor of any l:lnd within the Imunelaric of Gentry (lly A. A. Jt-ITrr.) fhlrti- ilrnff and their Counts. This will hold until the Sep- i drivers came to town. : trmber term of the fireult court. The 1 Albany Capital Joyfully predicts a The Kaglrville cnrrepor,dent of the radical slump In the number of booze I llethanv llepublican tells of a bad ac ehlpment that will find their way by Ifldent that occurred there Inst Mon 1 common cnrrler Into Gentrj Countv. May. Cleat llrooVs and hi hired man ' ........ .... i.. h fA uiiii The Albans Commercial Club, ac- trams nml disks. In -nine through a coreling to the Capital, has made nn I nll.f.in4 ttMt.l nnnnnl f ttitiMsiitt 1 . Day will lie cclebinted on April 14 on irate the rear team of nvi'es became "I'-'" ' " V7.rV,i;-Lt rJni.-J the pubfic school grounds. The pro- frlghte-nrM nnd plunge,! forward Into , vora'dy for a far m agent for (.cnt Ci am Includes sports and games .Iur the disk ahead. Hefore the mix-up n-Ii5 i .."eM of r .1.. .... i i.i i.. ..... .-i n (.VKi t mittee to confer with the farmers or cut so badly that he died and the oth ers were mote or less injure!. agricultural nnd domestic science ox limits from the schools of the count... n li.iliv rnnlr-M. n wnmnn'n ronferenft" nnd a men's conference. Jewed Clay County l.a had a force of civ Mnyes, secretary nf the State Hoard , itineers at work for several days ma' the county anil to get the necessary signatures of 111 per cent of the voters of six townships In order to nuuro the moscmcnt a success. The United tatc. government pays ioiK) of the in.-- . , ,- .... ..n. . -. -i . . . .. . ...... inrni nirrnT. s sa arv. ine siaie 01 .mi I u" rC " ,nc nwn : Ti-C"!T . ty IT i '-Their 'ouri Piy h'f remainder, and . b , t po'' u larircT Txl& the coU has only the Una. portion "I'ricc must change." says the t.n- ,,;vV Advance, shows that the system nA Incidentals to pa). 4Vl-itt fltlfftltlat K itMMtOf HAIfllll-inll I .... . . . f I . . 1 nrc 'X a I .Vrmu l,!em SSne , Zf'i ? ' mile,'rom North Among the many city elections last cost of materials for tile newspaper inn., ritv to Liberty nnd r.xcelslor lues in), ..lajsMiie was one ....r umi and Job department. Paper stock in8 l" of concrete K. feet wide. nn ''"'V' " "n Kvn: during the last three months ha. In-, onpr LM fit road M. nnd to rot catcr. the former mayor, and rrened In cost as high a. 800 p r Xut iiv.OOO The 'In erstnte Trail. Councilmen Trout nnd Pierce were rent on some grades; inks nnd e.tL : - . Vh" north from Kansa. Cltv Mn f"r reelection, their platform mnttrials In proportion, and at th s mI Jh S to have a ma- '""K th wmpl'tlnn of the pav ng time It Is linpo.sible to get whe ' t & surface Vet "b e on n 21- l'rRram. Those who o.-posc! paving j.rlnt paper on Uount of the scam! , lU nd to co.t ?l -.T.ooo. The rot 2l a V"."1- anA 'V u'aUi v V of dye materla,." , f XW tiAKw sff&r,w bj . i' slll.iwwi. Ilil. oi cour-e. ! niy im' ' s ibject to tee and the .......... i i. rvn.'u imp limn in mill ruiiacuy i"r'- ,. . . , M iUf. i...! !....:. r... tirelm inars report an-l v,m. " " ""1-"" changes by the cornm . . voters. Cinrcnte llendrick. n llurlir.gton . . - -,. , ,, lanctlitn man. movrl out to Wyon in.' i I1"" t you w ish vou live I rear n bis .nmn tt-rftl n.. . a i.i. n u..... i iliv I ilwtMv. wnien is but lo tnlles sny the l'ost. lie mently sent ( s : fm Iansa City. ha so e pullnr uvu siock uncx to oki .Mivoun, wh e anvanxnees. .-amv i iinjii- n cattle rtmch li: Tarkio l one of the first cities in Northwest Minourl thir ear to let contracts for raving. Their season's navlng i to be of concerto and the contract goes to a M. Joseph firm ut ' cents n cubic sard for grading. .W n Mneni root for curtung aim gutte-. k I Tl '-- n. I ' i 1 in mil' ...... . i lie works on n cattle ranch l.v the ' e! amuserrentJi In Lllxry on a recent - i" "' month. Ksen after tiling on hi hoii. .'aturdoy. the Adsance say: "There He!, he tleiidoil it would be nwn-v were three groups of re iffious ork In tils pocket to -p'm,usn his clan 'r holding service, or the streets, ttwl take a Job with the Two-Bar eut- 'o medicine barker", a b-rg-hairr-l Jll fit SI(iO a month. man tr Ing to convince the peep'e , . l.at prohibilin" a nut tnug'-t by the Jaims p. MafTord. who l!sc south-' Sfrintun . a t'-ree.T.lr.ute photogra West of Ilurlinston Junction, tells a pher. a rator and i'erwar sa'esmsn uyod one on hi. hired P,an. lie .a. and a tent skating rink, tit man had cun t ire bam to ha.-' . 1"S and hitch tie tear . hut Mn rt- A lot nt prop'e Cot AprM fooled lurnea ar-i w:-t Jim that he could f.nd 'at atoHay In f-ont of the Mor restaurant, say t .e Hopkins tournai. There was a harre' and over it sign. "Don't Feed the Jtaliv Mon key." Most everriy l.mked In ee the monkev and loc ked squarely intn a looking g'ass. but one bnille. Aftrr Mairhiii e. pitnutes. Jim dlscosrrH that the fe low had put both bridle on on horse. Vhieh ended the ,-est. Bur .tft.n Junction Post. The Tark.o public library pastil the i.' oars lat week nnd has anotlirr hundred look on the nventn thusa From Fairfax comes the new? thit chool district ."'a'en. West Point, W'a'kjpV tirove. Spring Va'ley nnd I.ittf'. . in Pnle townrhin. Atchison Ciur.tj. eameii the consol.datcil ir.ca- sre b a ote of i'i to ol. The !V.irfax corri-iwndmt in thi Tarkio Avalanche, tolls of u serious accident thst lefe!l Francis Morrow of that community lnt week. It wti , the old tr r of a mule team and a disk, and the mu'e Jerked the man olf -v.. . . .it . .....I xiBnm-reon vunci.on. holding a r. ik. c mtk.. . - i.i-, -t nr ' ln '""is sk uihi Sm of Abates in wh.ch both rn !S5 . .,1 1. S'1!: A SK' ?r. 2s the machine over him. lie wus vvi put'iei) iiui ihii. iu.tiu iii;uiimi, UurltMton Junct.on. i holding a er. ' yromtn of the ewirp ur.'.t. take rrt Last week th di vSL ot tarn sdvior for ..odxwa Count;., an-i rtt!ei it n ibt IBf ative. Net Friuy. the fklahi'iia. now r.a the largest real estate loan on record in N'ndaway e'ountv. It went on the book latj Thirda. the Marvil!e Iiemo. -at-K'rut!i. The fer.gne I urrn :vi c re of t. lii.ty in'. r.nt it amourt i S-S-O.ooo. t" t The Liberty Advance ha installed a new Mule! Linotype rrxchlr.e t. repiare- tne jun.or. with wnlcn snc tpe was former.y set. Jnrn I', liorc went to St. I.oui . , M"iiluy evening in the Intel est ff mi th !t.flt.r.:ttmtll.l llrnmiit.A lli.tl-irf Missouri ,The elistrut is selling the Imlul whielt Ru. anr. a-.l Marvi!l a,.. . .. mMTT ,..,.;.. ih' .... ..e i .v . . nnars of the Northwest Mil There art th!n.three at Sawiniiar! ! AsKwlation. no re-Went w they votl to dig the ojtlet ditch am thirty at Juan-viik. i Porwt City, ha orgftnlti-d a p!enri'! , which will drain Lake Xishnul-otna at I rpBoy oi liny :nn,;i ri inai . r.--m aa- jst .'f.-a-.tui a fa.r rrt ritv xew ti or a t Lsnudon. Thi ditch is now liein- .K-nced on tiipnll and it l:.i bnn i1-- a'tJon nith IUjW eanltal rent bam. iet of tie fe-vjt at whiri tin.r.tr.1 trat it will U comtdetid by Sere of esra' i-cn of the eon m irity toojj i the lirst of August. 'iarklo Asa- part. I lanchv. k. and have rhae. sere gf0Un- lU.t hark It,- I-.-. u-'-an tract in the eat nan eif tr'e city. The rare track nl mlur .. prevei-.ent. vh.ch wi ! won bt uni t h April term of court in Jlerwr this olllce a tile of way. are to M of the r.ot tiiwitn County. 4 (ire Iftwor cases, ncconling to the Princeton Post. Of the III case on the dotW-t foe Ilst week 0. !'. Mum- brought to The l ar West." n iT ! "-'n .V "-'Wen Heatn of Mr. Hannah A. Wak. r.Jd. in he, :r. -he la i W. a rwidei.t of HAk- t . f-r r.a-1., ,tr. tne R .-, r. w..i . k, n irpir.M cxa .(. f h,: a . :'-,-.!. The Whit. .v. ..,.( n.li r.t .' the fasaiiia . !: - rt t i . ..' t. r. . Irg err. caii tt ti i : . a v ' .. e .... tar-i in t. at t ,.. ,tg xo- , Ja.i rr.ifcy, Jol.r. K. '.. f'ivci'v w ef the forri.i it W .- te's i e ioca'i bo.U;i. and ni:tr ... t;,. vj )ri Kjra'i-. yave t:. pr.nc.ial aa- Y'rnm ChI'Mcothe cofr.es the rrpo-t that the Chicago. Mlb-aiVee A Pt. Pa-'' Hallway company ! p'nnnlnc to b"i'd a lev.- line fro-! I'hilUcothf. thr.th Princeton, to i Moines. !oa. . i Tli ILvhrnomi Mism.r an cacie out last Wt.k villi n . ... . rKulUral rtit:n. nrinti In nirffc f'ci,l!'. nrtopt! the nep;iper publish at l.ibeitv. Mo. in the yra i isiii. dy r.ter II. Ilui nit. e-ditor. and owiuhI b) I'eter Hott er. On the mnrgin ut the head. th. nn : e John Means, hl father, wa written In ink. The file is pretty well pieserveil and wo eo from reading, th&t the paper was the only one pub lished in tin section of the Mate u , "hat time. It wa n sup'xutcr of Mm- ha- voted S.''" Ind isuo't!n Van Iluren for pU'sidnit. No ill f i the adrVlon of two hh to their . play ailvertisements, ui li n wo lime M.t.o..l bul'dms. lola. x.i ie cnrrnsl.all ndseltlninent- were single column and not more than In enui eratlng the rany real n-Mrix Imhes In length. The Clniksda'o a.-tae. rf Pavannah. t Iteprtvr ' Jounil. crrect'v IncVid; as not the least of - - - these, "..ne ade.,uate and tconomlial, ,t- Farm Iimnlnr. telephone ay.tcm. , ,r. . . ,ll4i trnu.r. m.. The M.iyvll!o city eoumil Im of- lius.ne men in other lines, lake in- paper. It et forth tne asr.eultural 'v'i Up r2ur r tu uni nnd live turk ach.evni .-r.t. of I 'a l,-r""" "( three stree ts leading nlf ftfiuntv im . - .. ,,a' from the siitinro. .i- wi.i nun i.tnr. II eon. ' tsm n number of ar.n s, that have leal const'-uct.ve and ..fncal sal Be. Among the manj interesting tMnj's I a ha.f tone n ru.imtion of t 7 i-aT , Pftf-'raph howin "Oi Jule." that w.nt a CI1I War with him. Mound Cit is organuing a ccm l;any of state nilitla. Ilnty.two ;w.i,v iiuji r.mv biieank 'gr.ei illiath on hi.i mule. ti.iough tin- The proposal to adojit the commis-inn-marager plnn of city govern ment wa overwhelming'y defeated nt Maryvil'o lan Thursda. There ua a light vute. no worker at the poll ing place except those orix-sini: the plan, an! the mayor een forgot to nave ticiiets until one hour for mriie anil .'(J cent four und under live. Ai lliilinm. i i... ..... . , user, kIiahit ' "tCK! at Jameson. :.. .. i'i' ; ' . ""V caugiii on lire attl and mule ah iin. ill- ,.,,,,. ..l.... I... pr..pnition to, .' "' . vr. ' j :".r' v lltl. I r IHTl .III1V H'l IHMIIK III.' fnrm inventory. a. tlierc I uuall le feed on hand. The inventory is the first step in any go! ytcm of farm nccount" and will give more information In pro portion to the time spent on It thnn any other record. The cuh balance alone is a poor indication of the sue e of the year' business, but whrn the insentorj I added It I possible printed for he eWtlon 1 tn '" n Krcai 'a ubout hc W Gallatin M it annuel Clean-! '"' .,!,. far,1" Inventory every fiuii us it t'PUliJllPlir u Ki,ul lluuii makes them watch the financial more carefully and otrcra one of best poss bio lesson In urac il. .a iiiu'ir iu iruiiiciiie uiiji ., . .1 .. CUan-l'p Day. and the young folk ! " " " f Tirf.tt ' ai.tel their filler in fixing up the ouri College of Agriculture. town. The ritv n-Jthnritie nrnvtilnt ! " '" ' " - ' " " transportation for all the dirt and I I'l,r Sal'- iead immuned l'oiand (.liinat, boar, sired by Long Wonder, trom lull to -UU pound of mysterious origin destroyed the some held headers, priced nt $35, $U0 nvery nam oi nrown tc Huntington, j anil s.i each; every one a good one; cven ncau oi nore'ou guts, mates to auovc noars. urea lIlUKlng marie hn f t. i ...l Ln i!l.v Tlmrxlnv nml ru m- nf In.t lier. lTie r....m mi . 'i'"'" w.V-. ' Th.. i.i;ni. ,.f k. 'f:,.iin.i., , and 1 tu.t Onf. rnmiinn.- .1.. t,..' i hii.1i litul l.ftVA nn n.n.inl mr ,tn. idC 't. r. :.,.;u"'7.i "oun" ... :r;: . -""."""" " r ".vthe very The ; Splck-nrd station of the Nation ai I'ickle and Canning Co.. i, contiait lriL- imiii.. ilmn ,,..,ni . . " , - . ""i uiivane oi cu- iruosponiniiin lor an tne inn ann I cum cr this spring, according to tho rublil.h that the workers chased out I 100 heai fcplckar.1 Ciazette. They will pay 60 of the back yard and alley. no fall xib cent a bushel for pickle, under foi.r Uvehrhlmrl those over .Mommy morning of iat week a fire I each, the big boned, wide backed kind, I Were lumen lelileji milrh rnr JllH1 rnrrnu tn A Wonder Snee :il h TK Uf but 0,hf r Property. One team destroyed und Itobdj Dig Joe 12d, at ?35 and $10 who extl iul.hed I,?. "ur Mn to J- 0. Shiner, of Ilr.-cken- each. These nrlcca arc good until of Hour nur ! rt.iWllt'l1.ae,J ridge, who travel over the county for1 May 1st only, but at the rate they earring a sack nf .! ,rhe, hnt,lt !'.f nn ,:a,,crn fi,m I are going I ilon't expect them to lant him but the B fl hi 1 l .VVJ' ;'"Ker than April 'JO, so If you want place at iho ipnr iif i lr to take , The voters of (iallatln have ex- one. order now. Can ship later. Pure piace at the lear of a grocery store. . pressei themselvel. In fnvor of freolbre S. C. Tthodo Ilnn,l Ile! whs for The Ilethany Itepublican, In com-' cxt lf?k'' lhe ,No,1h M1'"our eiitlne on the rosy words of an Ok- an-i Thc usual Pfoceduie In this mat- many oi me moiicrn cons'cnlcnces ..... mentioned by the (iuthrirthusujjt. .rSranfe.t?x) tl ''V Vlxt rbook'i for and many ntoro in sk-l t. i11 foF ? the fi"t .f?r, n college (Just founded), a nWlern, o iiitn ami sixtn the -.econd and for up-to-tho-n Inute fair g oun.l (woVk wv?nth an'l llic .f"lr,1v)c,!r' Just commencing), nutmnob lo V,u 1 T,lp Pons of the Gal latin schools. us the wore, among them lieim? th great Jefferson Highway, from New Orleans to Winnipeg, several miles of concrete sidewalks, over a mile of paving and as much moro In tho course of construction, tho liveliest commercial club in the United States, with an auxllllary club composed of several hundred of the best looking ladies in tho world. Iletchurlife, sve'vo got all these and hundreds of other however, are planning to co-operate with the school board as guarantors of an additional fund, so that all the grades may have their books the firiit year. Prosecuting attorney, D. ). Kccvc.i, of Gentry County, secured an injunc tion last Wednesday from the county court restraining the Wabash and Burlington railroads and the Wells- eggs hatching, $1.00 for 15; $J.50 for CO. Address u. vs. Long, independent Phone, Craig, Mo. Slop Those Gullies. Small gullies that have started In the field should be stopped by filling them with straw- or similar material. If the gully Is large it Is advisable to plow in soil on top of this material and sow oats, or later to sorghum, ro that the crop will como up thick and form a strong root mass to bind the soil together. Tho proper use of de bris for Tilling and rank growing plants for holding the soil will stop most washes entirely. Eternal vigil ance, however, Is necessary for com plete success. M. F, Miller, Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station. Oblluar). Mnriraret Charlotte Martin was bom February 20, 1S.K5, in Washing ton County, Mo.: was united in mar riage to Geo. linmine In February, 1561: moved to Holt Counts', JIo.. n the fall of ISfl.V Located on a fat hi i.ow owned by Mr. Henry, and known as the Gus llumer farm. To this union wn born five children: fo'ir children with the hubnnd precede Sister llomine to the other world. Two died in infancy Charles Preston died nt the age or live sear and torn Hell died nt the age of IM years. 'J months and 2t days. The husband lieil March i. HtW. One son. Das-id F with two broth ers. John W. Martin, of Fertile, Mo., and Jas. II. Martin, of Hood. Ok a.. are left to mourn the loss of a mother, also sister, with other relatle and friends. She has made her home with her son David, on the old homestead i Ince the death of the husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. llomine enme to Ho t County in an early day, hnsing gone through the hardships of building fir thimsch'e a home In a new and thin ly settled community: succeeded nfter man, hardships and trials of life hi building up a beautiful home In which to raie their esteemed family. .sir. nnti .sirs, nomine were re spected and loved by all who kne.v thcr : Kind and generous in all thing pertaining to all the walks of life, and will, in the memory of all their neitrh bors and friends, leave nn es'crlnstlng ininrefsion of love, and faith, whicj con e only by the true dcsotIon of a weh pnt life. Mi. I'.on.ine a converted whet iuit' -ur.g. and unitul with the M. K. r'lurrh. After moving to lint County she held membership nt the little White t'huirh. located some two mill outli of Tnrklo chapel. !lie Inter held membership at Tarku Chn'-- .tr Ilm-ilne- expressed many tllre in her last few v,nr the Jo for t i presence of the Lonl.eipressevl being leiiily te go: many times ,aid it j was er lonely to in Ion withe-ut hn Iki. , i- r""ipan!ein. She eiulet') pas.- d av.a.. nf'er tin weeks'-illr.,-, Tl,u--da ivrtung. April 0, li'Hi. age ! 0 a' .1 month nml " dn. T.e funeral ws held Friday after ni.. . Apr.l 7. nt Tntkio Chapel, to a 'arte audience by the writer, f r o Job 11:11 "If a man die s'lall he ine agti.i"" Also Cor. .'i-lo "Iur we mut a 1 nppear In-fore the Judgment sent ! Cnrist that eSrrone inn) le ceivt tl.i things done in Ins l-oelj, a-. evr-l i.g to that ho hath done, whether it l good r bad." After which in ter' -nt wa made In Tnikio Chape' ce'ii.e-tcr). tu nwult the ii'Mirre-ctmn e-f the Just. O. W. ADAMS. Mill I'eils Voiing. Andy Welch nnd Fminn Jacksoi . colnnd. the furiner year young, and the later .Vt. Inith of Forest t it . weie inarriiil at Forest City. Satur da; of lat wee-k, April S l''ie groom lia In en ipiito a rhnrin--trr in tin nvtion of our count) fr nearly .Vi year, eoming lie re short') after the Civil War. lie wa Iniin a slave. In n.iirter being a Mr. 1!" uiinls. of New Franklin. Hnwa! Count) .nml wa tit the battle of llnoi-. ville. He a'terwnril left the Con-fi-ileintv eivii-e and lolniil the t'nlon n'lny u n tianifter for the Ith M, .'. M. cnvnlr). and later Ucmiu- the boely -nant of the Into dipt. Albert Ibiecker. In nn e ngiigein iit t'npt.li.'s re wns liot from under hiiii, and Mid) dismo'inted from hi horse and ; was takin by Cant. Idiecker. who us enableil to rontliiue in the light ith hi i-ompnii). Andy wns born it Howard Count In Murrh. IsST. lie - tl.i son of I nele Jesse Welch, who ieil lure many )iar ago nt the brp ' 1PJ uii. lien's to yeiu both. Wutehe Ciiiintr) Papers. Something like ?l..'('(l in rush gue .it of Craig every month for goods nndlid by mall older he-uses. The i inlg postollici-, at fiequent intersiii. ewamped with mall order literature. That this situation max bo due In pii't t i the small use the local merchant nake of then local paper i eviilenced l.v till, fiillnlv llli. kllit.inmnl mn.tn lit. ifcrmnn liopentielil, ailvertllng mnn age for Sears, lloebuck & Co., In the eourse of hi recent addles before the smerican Ail Club convention: "We have a bureau, svhose dutv It 1 to read each week the country news- paper irom all over the country. There I pot a paper of any conse 'iiience In our traifo territory we elo not get. The bureau look over these imper anil when we find a town where the merchants do pot ndortlo m the local paper we immediately ilooel that territory with our litera ture. It always bring results far In e'xees ot tho same elfort put forth In territory where the locnl merchants use their locnl paper. Craig Leader, He-port of Holt County llihle School. April 2, lUlti. Attendance. Mound City Christian ....177 Mound City Methodist ...155 Forest City Christian ....14:1 Forest City Methodlt ...lfil Forest City llaptist 5S Oregon Christian 711 Oregon Methodist 111! Oregon Presbyterian ....11(1 Oregon Ks'nngelicnt 411 .siaitlaml Christian '.Hi Maltland Methodist lL'H Maltland Presbyterian... !Ki Illgclow Christian fit New Point Christian .... 71 North Union 'Jll South Union Mi lllalr 48 .Minnesota Valley 34 llenton 3- Nlckclt'g Giove Kvun .... 73 Mound City llaptist 13 a Col. $4.03 G.til C'Jl 4.b0 1.S5 J.49 4.50 2.00 3. fi.(!3 6.W 1.51 L'.01l .0: a.3t l.Oo .01 ,s:i .S3 NO CATALOGUE We will not issue any cntaloguo this spring, preferring rather to distribute our advertising with our trade. visit at tho Grcnhouso now will bo a rare treat, and fully convlnco you that our stock is the largest and finest ever offered. Wo are open for busi ness each day from 0 A, M. to 0:30 P. M. Visitors welcomo any day. MOUND CITY GREENHOUSE. Hand and Power WASHING MACHINES GASOLINE ENGINES Lawn Mowers, Garden Plows. Hoes, Rakes. Spades. Shovels, Perfection Coal Oil Cookintf Stoves, Wagon, and Plow Singletrees, Clevises, etc. BURRIER & SCHULTE Hardware, Implements, Furniture OREGON, MO. v a'Ber.sr--w.a mm lwmu mm rmm wm ' XU 11 III Sn' V I III II f 1 MaHL I VT1 I XI 11 RBWWAllw II I H LJ IIU I v Bi n M '.SSSlSSSSSSStllSI ' I X -S I I mWrnWrnW. WmWmm x mm xj wmm fA BLM BBB i I fj-m x n X TSPI x II ;X y X ' xM I ou have been plan ning, perhaps, to repair your i i i i Km Ki ii lM m mr put on a new roof or erect a new wins to vour house. You want to do it zvc, but cheaply. T-"I I lhats where zvc come in. If you're coinc to do the work vourself or have it done bv the dav's work, "et our fioures on lumber and suDolies. We knozv what we are talking about. We invite you to put us to the test. RULEY & KUNKEL OREGON, MO. aV9E9'VHCeB Let the other fellow experimenit. You want to know what your prospective car will do. The rec ord of Ford cars in the 'service of more than a million owners is the best evidence of Ford reliabilty, economy in operation and sim plicity in handling. Average two cents per mile for operation and maintenance Touring Gar $440; Runabout $390: Ooupelet $680; Town car $640; Sedan. $740., f. o, b., Detroit. On Sale at The KEEVES-BRAGG Auto Co. Oregon, Mo. lloon Co-nty Wlilto Seed Corn. Seo John V. Men, at llifr Liiko, or address him at Hlgclou, Mo. llo'.li l'liones. U Dan Martin and wife, of this city, aro as linnpy as happy can be, ami we do not lilnmo them, cither we'd bo just llko thoy are tho cause, reason and oeraslon for this happiness bclng that their son, Knill nml wife, of Tort land, Oregon, arrived hero Saturday evening last for an extended visit. Well, wo can sincerely say, that wo aro moro than Rind that "Jane is onco more with us. Mr. Workman: It will nay you to look nt the lino of Work Shoes nt C. W. Klnc's. They aro all leather ami het quality and at prices that defy competition, when it comes to price and quality. Investigate before buyinir elsewhere. James K. Thuma, wlfo and chil dren, of St. Joseph, have removed from that city to Phoenix, Arizona, with tho view of improving Mrs. lliuma's health. The many friends of Jim and his wife in Oregon nnd vicin ity sincerely hope that this chanee will prove beneficial to her.