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title: 'The Holt County sentinel. (Oregon, Mo.) 1883-1980, December 08, 1911, Image 3',
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Farms For Sale!
No. 1120.1, one mile from city limit, u-rooin house, 'halls and pantry, cel
lar under house, la we barn stone basement, Minoke house, chicken
house, hojf shells, etc.! mot all kinds fruit, well and windmill, .1
cisterns, about a thnlier, balance In cultivation, urasn, etc.: sumo
Kood creek bottom. In (iri'Kon school district: a nood stock and
wraln farm. Price. tl'J.ViH) per acre. Mlyht consider small property
or ittarler section cheap land as part of llrst pametit.
About .Va, IiIl-Ii bottom land, .Via In cultivation, lucltidliu! L'aa blue
Kr.i nanure, aim n or ra np ue orcuaru: annul .la limner.
fenced with lurbid ulre am
Inline: Kuod well and cistern.
Buy Your Christmas Presents Early
with lint like llliinnitliiti. Minnie
mill ilri-xHi'il wltli ii il.ilnty Klui r
ilrvM trimmed Uli litittunx ami
liiHi-rtliuiH. TIiIk ilnll would
please liny tittle Klrl. d 1 Cf
nnler liiilay. l'rlee. . 4 1 . OU
Kill IUhIv Hull. I'Milr.Hi-iil.
ItlllKeil JiilnlM. -n III! he Ii luh
Willi Murk, liriiuii nr mililca
tin ir. Ill Ik lu-iiiitirul
ilnll fur only
Kill liHlr Hull
llllllil. JllllllN, IN
riilul' tin lr.
We have been planning many
months for Xmas shopping. Never
in our history were we exhibiting
such an enormous assortment of Toys
and Christmas Goods. Our 10 well
stocked departments are overflowing
with beautiful things. You can see
hundreds and hundreds of suitable
Gifts here for either Father, Mother,
Brother or Sister.
When you come to St. Joseph
make The Leader your headquarters.
iCf Till In iiii uliiiiiiillr Triilii tln Kri-uti'Mt Kmri fur tin-liny. fV
If Itinm mi nliliiim (ruck, lltl.cl with n Mullen, invited (UK-
II llliiKtriitliin l. Complete triiln rniiHlxiliiK of mi KiiKlne, 'ml U
vf I'ur iiml I'iihui-iihit Cniu'li. orilcr 25 J
I'iiIcIIiiic Hull ;n-t'iirt llvii.lly
iih Mlimti ili il, nppioprlate fur ii
20 or 22 Hull loll.
I'olilliiB Hull Ciirt-J irnliln r tile
unit folilliix Imituy lni; Iiiiuii
I'linimli (ur 22 nr 24
Inch doll. I
I'olilliiu Hull Curio lliiliiu'r ilto.
nleklti wheel, fnlilliiK hmojy toi,
it ) opt l.i i- for 2" Inch ilnll.
Til In Ik ii very Nillt.ilili ulft; penil
III our niili'i- loiliiy.
Til In Airship In iltli'il with it liont-shiipcil
li.mki't, eurryhm two men. Huh iiii iiiitoni.ilU'
p I i I 1 1 tT. unit when hum: hy n Mrhm ItleH
iiroiiiul In ii circle. 7C
Vuii ran Imy your Winter lint fur OXI-N
ham I'ltiri: ii i-. style to Niiit iiii.
Our entire third llnor is tliivotuil to
CAIil'KT.S AXI) ltl'CSS. NollihiK
uoulil iimku a imiic suilnlilo ami lust
ititr Kiflllinn ii Itniulsomo I i t-T- Wo
liiimllo only superior niiulily nicrcliaii
lice ntul yuaiiinlio ovcry article sold.
You can always Iiml ".noils specially
priced in litis ilopailiiu'iit.
Our Tnllmitl Villi niiit Com s(m I. h
mum comprehensive tlimi ever, lively new
style l Ihiio. .Mutcilul are Kiincy TvvcciK
Mi'Ii'h Wear Seine. Novi'ltli'M mnl Chevlm.
Wo arc kIvIiik pcclal iIImi'uiiiiI ti I.-.-h fur
iiii llnlliliiy iriulo. Olio roiii of
liTi.UO cult fur lu.75
on,. ut of M.'l.llH HllltH
.25 I'lT Ci'lU Dlxiiiilll
Be sure and visit our
Carrtfully pauked and
ttxprewBud eame day re
Sturges, Elllngwood & Coerman Dry Goods Co.
tUlVmrMiOlMlll Knllx Struct.
Ui-mlmri llrtnll McrrllMlili' .1ih.iiIiiii lliitlroad Tim titbit.
Wheu you come to
St. JoHoph tuke Uuion
Line car. Tell con
ductor you want oil at
One door east (Itb
.M.'la. ir.nd nice Xroom house, with :i closets and porch, cistern at
purcii: well ami windmill, line sprltm Dtaticli: couimon cellar, smoke
house, chicken Iiuum1. barn '."iiu feel with cow shed attached, crib
at bam loxlil feel, cow sbeil, boj: shed liixlf feet: lu.i orch.inl or
which I.Viaie peach: uarileu fenced, some small Irull. h:i li.irn "u
'ilfi'et, cattle shed attached: com crib luxtu feel, lia .hcil lu.vlo
feet: alMiut .Via timbered pasture, about liu.i diner, tlmothv and
blue rass pasture, Is.i diner meadow , il'ia In corn and o.its this
ear: rami Is well fenced, practically all hoi llht and cross
fenced luitf llylil Into i'i or U llelds and pastures: this ;irm Is only I
tulles from a uood ..hipping point , abeut '.'it miles from St. .Iom'pIi,
and only ' miles frmn Uieyoti. This N an AO stuek and Kralu farm.
Price, s"i.ihi per acie un kooiI terms.
No. iV '.m.i. 7 miles east and mirth or ireKoii, small lmprocmi'iils: .Vi In
cultivation, balance orelmd and timber. This little pl.uv W wurth
the mime). Pi Ice, t l.iHHi.uo.
No. U. v'S.i, i'i miles rrom I'orest Clt, falrl) l'immI liniroeiiieiils. must all
land lies well, wiine pretty rolling, bill not loiiuh, iiract Ic.illy all
could be culthateil, sonic fruit ami sonic limber. 'I hN coufil tin
made a Hue Utile (arm. Pilce. tt'oni) per acte.
Nn. 7. U-riHiia hiate. pant r and porch. Mimlii' house, ehleki n house,
collar under house. '.' noml wells, bun .T.'v.M iih'IiiiIIiiu' shed ami crib,
Imir shed U..U feel: suuie fruit , about li'a allalla. cluier ami Ilia
otht meadow ami p.i-i ore. lall wheat Inul, lu line, '.'a walnut
and locust Kioto: faun Is feti.'eil ami cross reuceil mi Im.ImI ami
woven win- ami hedued wind This farm Is null Ii n is riom
i biou ami can be bi'tiulit lor 'fllo.iHi per acre. Un ci ,
Vn. s. lua.'.' tulles ftom Potest (Mty. new .Vroom hoie-i . house,
chicken house, common cellar, cistern, well, small ban - iticilb,
-a oich.trd, .".I blue niass, tliuutlij ami cloxer p. ' l.nnl Is
leliceil Iiol' tlcht: la limber, bilauee In crass and c TIlW
Is a kooiI little place. Pi Ice, I'.'.'i.iki per acre.
No. u i ;i, utiles uorlh of Ciali: l-rooin house, smoke lnni-e. comtatm
ciilai, well and wlmhullS: turn fot s hoises, m n i nsi;l,
corn crlli, ll'oii bushel capacli ami lano drlewa m l ... . . . .'i.i o'r
chard, ui clover meadow. Ilia tlmotliv ami clover p' .mil Is
leliceil. some hnK' tluht. All land can be cullivaleii i vci , . .'la which
Is In thutiei ami set to blue k'rass; iMiafallwheal, lul.nn. meiulow,
irchaid ami p.istute. Price, iio.ooo; terms.
No. lo. it room house, elect rlc lighted throughout: liarn and other acres-
sarv oulbulldhiL's, clsiern, cellar umler house, - 1 1 io Irait, cotictete
walks, etc., liKMted on one city lot. Price, .Vo.uo; easy lei ns.
No. II. l-room house, clsiern, cellar, outhulldinus, some fruit, concrete
walks and steps, on one cit lot. Price, tieoti.oii; uiicht sacrlllcu
for ipilck sale.
No. I'.'. .Viooin house, chisel and pantry, smoke house, chicken house, cel
lar under house. - cisterns, city water, barn for .'I horses, t.auuii and
hui:i!V slud attached, crib In barn, some fruit, located on one city
lot. Pi Ice, soo.i'U: inlnlit trade for .small farm of L'o.i or less.
No. I.'l. .Vroom house In Potest City, iM'od well, cellar under house, located
on three city lots, concicie walks. Will olfer this property for
v'iOO.oo for quick sale. This property Is rcntlnir for ?7.oit per uicnlh.
I have land, ell v piopeitv.aml uieiclaudise for sale or trade. What,
have oiiY I'alfaml see me. Yi M'llS l'( lt ItKSPl.TS,
A. W. COTTEN,
OREGON, Both Phones. 124, MISSOURI.
The Marriage Record.
I.'ecorder lllhli.ird Issued I lie follow
lut: tuarrlatfo licenses iIiiiIiik' the
month of November, lull:
Hale, Kla, and Kva.l. Ilunsaker, of
CoiiiIiil', Nov . II!, by.lno. . Siullh,
Ilassroid, P. K., ofllelolt, Kan.. and
lllauche Mcl'arland, id I'nresl l.'lty,
Nov. -Js1. by Itev. Vlda ImvN.
Cinp, .lohuathaii, and Kllabelh
llush.of l"orbes, Nov. ii, by S. A.
Ilulfaker, Albert, and Susan Tahl.
of Oiciioii, Nov. SI, by Jacob Klutr, .1.
Peters. II. A., and Ituseua K. Volt-
mer, of Cornlnjf, Nov. rt, by Itev. P.T.
Stovall. Ceo. K., of Crali, and Lau
ra M. Ilulfstetter, of Cornlni;, Nov. 4.
Sawyer, W. N.,of Potest City, and
I'lossle Turner, of Wetboro, Nov. II,
by Itev. P. I). AiiKUstlne.
lr. McCI.in.ih i .
Mr. Hopper ha b '
list several da.vs this u
Skeel Klton, of Ma u
homu folks over ThanUs.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine
shopping In St. .loseph s 1
-Miss Lottie Wli.
Thanksgiving at her lann
(SeorKC Kra.ler and
Waku were s-hoppliiK in
i'i Sa van-
li'ili Leaifue Siimlay evenliiK at ili.'W.
i Hireling will he t iken at theclose.
n are cordially Invited.
-A number of our younu' people,
went to Coriilm; Sunday afternoon to
at lend church services conducted by
Albert .Mailiu.of this city.
Itev. Iavs and wife were Mir
pilsed Taesila.v eveultiK by a crowd of
ii'ir people wall.liu; In wild intonation.
Tint lursomu;) was tilled with friends
tvhlle a number of the yoiiiitf folks
ilaved paint's In the moonlight. The
evening was most pleasantly spent in
loseih cnuvers.ition. music and reciting,
Kdward llrown, IIvIiil' on what Is
Mrs. .lames llrown, of Chicago, Is known as the Whipple farm, north of
visit lnj,' at the homu of Mr. Mills at this city, took violently III Sunday
present. nilit with heart failure, and died be-
Quite a number from hero attend- foro medical aid reached him. He
ed the funeral of Mrs. I'enliiKtou was fin y-slx years old, leaves a wife,
Sunday afternoon, one son and two daughters, There-
-Klder Auuustlne heuan a series of n'!lll,s wr ,a!el ,0 Hamburg la.,
tneetlnBs at the Walnut Grove school Tuesday mornlnK' for burial
house Monday evening.
There will be services at the M.
E. church Sunday tnornlnir and even
ing. Everybody Invited.
Mrs. Davis Combs, of Dawson,
Ok., visited at the home of Wm.Koll
mer Friday and Saturday.
MR. STEYERMARK, WITH
a BIG, FINE LINE of FURS,
COATS, Etc., will be here on
Saturday all day, at Kreek
-Mrs. Fannie Heed, of Oregon, was 4 HflSRCSS' big $5,000 Sale, telegram last Thursday saying that
the guest of her sister, Mrs. John, 1 Uaby Stovonson had arrived. In his
I. ula Kline came out Wednesday
and visited a few days with her father.
-Our P. M...I.P. Itulil, has put la
new postoiilcubaxes -a great Improve,
Amos Lent, and I Mn Dteher
made a business trip to St. Joseph
Sat 11 1 day.
Mrs, Klnier Hrlto Is very sick
with pneumonia. A nitise was called
from Si. Joseph Wednesday.
Mrs. Spahr and (lladys Carrcame
down Thursday and visited with Mrs.
Ore a until Saturday evening.
The pie social was a success, in
spite of the weather and a small
crowd. The program was nixiil.
Mrs. Nellie Itahl returned home
Friday after several days' visit at the
homes of Willis Acton and A. K.
Mrs. Willis Acton entertained
her Sunday school class and their fa
milies at dinner Thursday. Also Dr.
Kearney and wife.
O, K. Mtitin and wife came out to
spend Thanksgiving with Dan Dreher
hood, died at the home of her sister,
Mrs. John King, In Oregon.
-The box supper given by the baud
ho)s Saturday nlht was a decided
success. A piogram was given. The
boxes, oles, etc., sold well, the Imvs
taking in W7.l.i. A large crowd was
SATURDAY. 0EC. 9
for everybody in need
of a Coat, Skirt or
Fur. Mr. Steyermark
with a big New York
Factory Line, will be
at the big $5,000 Sale
all day Saturday.
LIVE : POULTRY !
We Sell the
BUTTERICK FASHIONS and
EMBROIDERY DESIGN BOOKS
10c and 15c.
remalncd for a few days' visit.
Itev. T. D. Roberts received
Iiond, several days last week.
Rev. Veda Davis and family vis
ited near St. Joseph several days last
week, returning home Monday of this
Miss Sadie Hunt will lead the K-
New Point, and Vicinity.
Mr. Klllam spnnt Thanksgiving sou or daughter
with his family In Albany. , Vord was received SaMt'thv eve-
Dr. Kearney has moved hlsolllce'nlng that Mrs. Klmnr Pvt tl inoa,
and stock of drugs to ids home.
Luther Koase and Mont. Crowley,
Mrs. Hragg returned to colored, are In Jail awaiting the ac-
Oregon that evening, but Mrs. M unit; Hon of the circuit, court, on the
cliarue or raping i;yntnta line, col
ored, aged I'i, in ths city, on Decem
ber 4. She was brought here from
the colored orphans' home, of Atchi
son. Kan., bv Mrs. Mark Hanna, also
colored, to asst her In household du
ties, tho latter now being nearly
blind, She is a mulatto, and her con
duct since earning here Is said to have
been everv way becoming. She Is in
a frightful condition from tho acts of
excitement Papa Stevenson forgot to
state whether the new arrival was a
formerly of the Lluculu idr ibir-
Wanted a Car Load of Poultry to lie
delivered near Depot,
FOREST CITY, MISSOURI,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, DE
CEMBER 28th and 29th, 1911.
2 : : DAYS ONLY : : 2
For which I will pay following prices
in CASH, Craws to be Kiapty:
All Young Roosters 8c
Ducks F. F 07c
Cleese F. F OOc
Fat Turkeys 10c
Old Roosters 04c
W. E. KEENEY.
FOR SALE Some good Hedge
Posts. IlAltUY VahUMK,
Fanners' Phone. Oregon, Mo.,R 2
Our Village Postmaster.
Is pronounced by press, public ami
pulpit as the best, comedy drama ever
written. A play for the father, mo
ther, sister and brother, you have a
laugh coming to you, so don't fall to
get It. Remember we have the fa
mous vaudeville team of Mills, Mr.
Claude llooue, that funny boy with
the big voice. Mr. Pamplin as tho
village lawyer Is a scream from start
to finish, supporting that popular
comedian, Mr. Chas. Ii. Mills. Seats
on sale at the usual place, prices
O0-35-2JC. One nluht only, fietu
Theatre Dec. Iti.
MR. STEYERMARK will be
at Kreek & Hasness $5,000
Sale, Saturday, with in Im
mense lot of furs at Sale