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You Cdn Prevent Hog Cholera
Kill Hog Worms
and Have Fat Hogs.
. Don't ttl Hog Cholera and Worm tear yeu-lt's an
'tay mailer to prcvtnt them. Thl potltlvt fact It
vouched for by thoutand of Farmtrt and Hog Raiicrt
In nearly every ttatt In the Union. Jutt feed with
the dolly hog ration a tmaM "'Vontlty of
MERRY WAR POWDERED LYE
It rtndtrthogt immune-to Cholerai tonctthem upi
Keett them on their fcttt makct them fat and tleeKi
elettfoyt Wormti Intreotet your poK profit.
MERRY WAR POWDERED LYB hot Cffiud ItMlfta
b tht turett preventive of Hog Cholera, eilermrnator
efWormtand the bett two conditioner ar)d fottener
In the world. Her It evident that will tonvinc
you. Mr.H. H. UnterVlrcher or Wever. low, wrllMt
1 am recom me ruling MERRY WAR POWDERED
LYE to everyone I tee. at It It a great nog condu
lienor and worm Mryr."
Ask Ut about MERRY WAR POWDERED LYE.
Staplt A Fancy Groccrits, Fctd, Etc.,
on Hard foal Stoves and Itancs to October llitli. During the Sale we
will give away with every Mo.oo purchase of Hard Coal Stoves or Manges, a
of my success
Levi Sclmltc ami wife were In
Kansas City, this week.
Will Kllnepeter has our thanks
fur a line basket of sweet apples.
-Mrs. W. M. Morris was visiting St.
Joseph friends a few days last week.
Karl ilucher and bride have re
turned from their bridal tour of the
W F. Ilragg and wife were tran
sacting business In St. Joseph, last
T. A. Long, I). V. S. Up-to-date
Veterinary. Office at home. Hath
Phones, No. 13.
For Sale A few male Poland
China pigs. Call on, or address T. t).
Kreek, Oregon, Mo.
Miss Frances Soper, of St. Joseph,
Is visiting here, the guestof her aunt,
Mrs. Fannie Dungan.
A good well trained hound for
sale. Call on, or address James
Ferguson, Oregon, Mo.
Sam I). Pullcn and son, Dewey,
were down InSuiunerCoiinty, Kansas,
this week, prospecting.
We are sorry to learn of the
alarming condition of Perry llardman.
of New Point, from dropsy.
Glad tosee John W. Davlsln town,
Friday. He has lieen quite sick with
an attack of acute Indigestion.
-Claud H. Williams and family, of
Mound City, were here. Saturday and
Sunday, visiting with many friends.
Joe Catron, of lllgelow. was down
last week, and purchased a Ford tour
ing oar from the Kee-Cook agency.
Corn In Keller, Auctioneer, Ore
gon, Mo., makes a specialty of Slock
and Farm sales. Satisfaction guaran
teed. A hand-ome, good us new phae
ton, Is tillered at a bargain. See
Mrs. Anna Markland or Mrs. Levi
-Fred Kramer, wife and daughter.
Miss Cora, are vMtlng Mr. Kramer'".
slier. Mr. Carrie Faehnle, at DIM
iner, this state.
-Chi Hanks, living 21 miles east of
Forbes, Is building a three room addi
tion to his home, Grant Pollen is
doing the work.
Hon. II. II. Lavvreiico vvasln town
Monday, and gave us a visit, which
we always enjoy. He wasaccompanled
by Abe Lawrence.
The new bank building at lllgelow.
occupying the spare burned oui De
cember .M. lull, will be ready fur occu
pancy this week.
(.barley Cowan I- now u.t years
old, ami on Wednesday, of last week,
IUse Round Oak Chief Range
Handsome V..00 Hooker, made of Solid Oak. In tho Karly Kngllsh KfTool J eni out to his orchard and picked -l.-,
uockers to ue given away onlyfn'riiosemaklin; purchase during the sale. 1 ""sneis 01 4ue-.
Sale closes ()(T UIKIt Hub. 11112. (ilvu us your order now and we will de
liver Stove any time to NoyKMIIKll 1st.
YOl'ltS FOH GOOD GOODS,
WEST SIDE SaUARE, OREGON, MO.
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II. C. Ilcntonvvaslaldupforncarly
a week, but Is now able to beout.und
look after business. c are glad to
see him out again.
1 was here. Satuidaj and Sunday last,
hooking after business Interests and
1 visiting numerous friends.
Contract or John Mug has eom-
pleted the concrete bridge at the
Summit, church, and over Klmsey
creek, southeast of Mound City.
A line j pound girl baby arrived
at tlie home of U. . Forney, of Nod
away township, Sunday, October i!
HU2, Dr. C. L. Kvans In atteuilaiice.
II. II. Hruvvn, Socialist, will ail
dress the people In Oregon, Saturday,
Oct. Hull, at :i p. m.. and at Monarch
school bouse In the evening at s p, m.
D. M Martin has relumed from
Paris, Monro" county, I his state, where
he has a farm of 'Jir acres. He teports
crons uooil, ami especially the corn
.Indue Gcorue lllbbaid was In
town. Sal unlay, anil spent the day
with his son, John and family. We
were glad to see him looking so well,
and he says he feels just as be looks.
Dr. F. E. Hullock was called to
Kxcelslor Springs, Tuesday, to see his
brother, Kugcne, who Isserlouslyslck.
The many Irlendshereof P.ugenehope
to hear of his improvement soon-
Forest City News.
Doug. Johnson gave us quite a
curiosity, last week. It Is an ear of
popcorn that he picked In his garden.
There Is one ear of average sl.uatthu
base of which has grown live small
ears, making six ears In all.
L. P. Heckathoru, of lllgelow,
was down for a few days, last week,
the guestof his many friends. "Heck"
has lived In lllgelow for thirty-one
years, and this was his tlr.it visit to
Oregon In that length of time.
The directors of the Farmers'
Telephone held a meeting, Saturday,
and selected Ira Ilucher to till the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
Claude Williams. They also employed
Miss Ava Dooley, as bookkeeper and
There will be star attractions at
tlie Teachers' Association meeting to
be held at Maryvllle, November '!),
by the pedagogues of Andrew,
Atchison, Gentry, Holt, Nodaway and
Worth counties. See program In an
- I he cemetery committee wishes
to remind tho-c who have failed to
hand In their subsclptlon for the care
of their graves, that they would ap
preciate the remittance, that they
may know that they wish the graves
to be cared for.
The movement 'of Holt county
apples, to varlonseasteinand northern
uarkels, Is tiiivv on in dead earnest,
ml already some fin car loads have
gone forward over the Oregon Inter-
urban. At Craig, Corning, Forest
CI ly and horlies the shipments are
pilte as active.
The Keoves-Conk Automobile Co.,
have made the following sales in the
past few days: II. C. Cook, Torpedo
uuabotit, October J: Dan Dreher,
Ford touring car, October I; Howaid
Penny. Foul touring car, October .'1:
and W. C. Stevenson. Ford tourlni!
ar, Octolier 7.
Thomas Iteyuolils has sold Ills
handsome residence property In the
Glen Kcho addition, to Lon Wrleln'
ol Hickory township, for 2ou, 0.1
Account of I he poor health ol his sou,
Mr. Ilewmlils will remove to Ladv-
inltb, Wisconsin, and'wlll likely leave
about November 1st.
In their platform the licpiihlicans
of Missouri pledged their nominees
for tlie legislature to support of the
proposed amendment to tlie national
oust it ul Ion providing for the direct
election of I'i'ltcd States Senators.
Die legislature to be elected this year
will vote on that proposition.
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To those knowing themselves In
debted to us by account or note, we
do not w Ish to make you extra ex
pense or trouble, but must have our
money. Thlsmeans business, as we
propose In 30 days to proceed to col
lect If we have to bring suit on all.
lillAGG-MUNN IPD'W. CO.
Dr. 0. S. Grant Is carrying a badly
burned hand since Wednesday, Oct. 2d,
caused by his gasoline torch used In
professional work. He lighted the
torch and was holding It In his left
hand. Thinking to inject more air
Into the torch he began pumping it,
when. In some wav the irasol ne was
spilled on his hand and Immediately
caught lire: The Inside and two first
lingers of his left hand were badly
burned and his right hand slightly
For Sale !
One black driving horse,
gentle for ladles' to drive;
rlage; one single buggy.
II. G. Rtii.KV
Mrs. Thomas Alklre-Morris and
baby daughter, of St. Louis, are here
on a visit with Grandpa and Grandma
II. T. Alklre. With one voice they
proclaim "the II nest baby In all the
A. J. Jlmison Ik remodeling I lie
front of his residence, an extra room
and porch, which will add muchtnthe
appearance of his already handsome
home. Andrew Tochterman Is doing
Damn Minton and a hunch of
friends drove over to Lincoln In his
car to hear Candidate Wilson, hearing
him they returned the same day
that's going some, but "tho roads
were Ideal" ho said.
We are glad to learn that Itev. J
M. Walton, formerly pastor of the
Presbyterian church, this city, Is once
more a resident of Missouri, now being
pastor In charge of tho Trenton, Mi
sour!, Presbyterian church.
W. II. Hambaugh, owner of the
Craig Leader, was a visitor at our of.
flee, Monday last, and we greatly en
Joyed his visit. He Is one of the lest
nowspaper men In Northwest Mis
sourl, and we always enjoy his visits,
In good condition. New nine !)
with 4-room basement: new silo,
No. 1.1 One hundred acres, Joining town,
room house lust built this surlmr.
tilled: new barn beimr erectedl irood cisterns: new fence! smnn sheds.
' Two acres orchard; plenty tlmlier; two cisterns; well at barn.
No. Twenty acres, 2 miles from Corning; small house; fenced on two
sides; lays well.
No. ;i.-Two and seven-tenths (2.7) acres, all level, with three-room house;
barn, 32x12: plenty fruit: good cistern. A Ilargaln for tlGoo.
No. ."1. Forty acres; 21 miles southeast of Oregon: frame house, three rooms,
pantry: stock well; cistern at house; good new barn; hog tight fences;
cross fenced orchard.
-Good loo acre wheat farm In Mead county, Kansas; 50 broke out-tillable.
160 acres, six miles northwest of Oregon,
t i.j.i v per acre, 11 soki soon.
No. 8. 84 acres, 1J miles east of Oregon: well improved,
and good Improvements;
A bargain If sold
No. 1, Located In Oregon: l blocks from square; four-room framo house:
cistern: cellar: basement; good hen house; plenty fruit. On one or
best streets in town; cement walk on cast side.
No. 2. Located In Oregon: 11 acres; good new 5-room house; good barn; good
cave; good outbuildings.
No. X Three acres, adjolnlnlng Oregon on the north: good, hew r-room
house: new barn, MxlM, room (or four horses; corn crib and oat bin;
good well and cistern; arched cave: work shop and wash house; lox.io;
chicken house, lOx.tu; fruit of every description, some tearing next
year. All fenced and cross-fenced, with four foot poultry wire.
We have other farms and city properties not listed here.
KMPLOYMKNT AGKNCY If yon want employment or If you
want to employ anyone, leave your name with us. We also sell live
stock, etc. See us for reasonable terms.
GREENE & GREENE,
Office Over Oregon Furniture Co.
IJERT G. PIERCE,
Oregon, Mo. ''.
I mire in IhcMmreH'Ict.
rsV'i. 111, to 1" 111, 1130
p. in. in t p. ir
Forest City, Mo.
They will pay you 20 cents
per hundred for all kinds of
APPLES. Gather up your
Gulls and take them to them
'and receive the HIGHEST
MARKET PRICE FOR THEM.
Phones. Old PI. Mutual 41.
Wo are Indeed -orry to learn that
Aunt Mary Snider, of Lincoln. No-
braska. was stricken with hemmorhage
of the brain, recently, and mil much
hopes areeniertailied for her recovery.
She will be well remembered by many
of our cltieus, as Mrs. Phillip Snider,
who forineilv resided at lllulf City.
The horse malady has not yet sulr-
sided, .lohn Wagoner, (ieorge Hughes
uiil Dave Stallaid, of near I'oicM
illy, anil .loiiu Whipple, or near
Napier, lr. 4.ong reports have very
sick animals from the disease, but
none of these have yet died. .1. I',
Ihldgeman, of lllgelow, lost his driv
ing pony from the disease last week.
We noticed tlie following in St.
Joseph, Saturday last: Albert Mark!
and wife, Attorney Don Hunt, Mrs,
II. A. Kvans and daughter, Margery,
Mrs. II. K. Hasuess, Mrs.T.S. Iliude,
Mrs. C. K. Hunker, Mrs. Win. Morris,
Mlssllonnle Itrodbeck, Miss Anna II.
Curry, Mrs. Sarah Kelley and daugh
Itev. Huberts and wife are back
from their western tour, simply dee
lighted with their trip. Mrs. II. re-maliied.at-
Kansas City for a visit with
tier daughter. Ilro. Hoberts says It Is
more American to see America first
and as far as lie has been he knows
there Is much to see right within
Uncle Sam's comities.
-We were shown an apple, picked
by Ralph Krye, In the orchard of.l. K.
Taylor, last week, that is certainly a
curiosity. One hair Is lien Davis und
tho other Jonathan, the line of separ
ation being clearly marked. It cer
tainly Is a freak, and whether It Is a
natural growth, or "tlxed" by some
one, we are unable to state, although
It does not show any signs of having
been tampered with.
J. II. Lynds has suffered a heavy
loss In tho destruction by tire of the
principal ice plant In Kansas City of
the Vanderslice-Lynds company. The
loss was estimated at $80,000, the
main building belngentlrely destroyed.
In this building was 1M tons or Ice,
va'ued at ') a ton and '1,000 pounds of
ammonia worth 27 cents per pound.
The tire started at the ban park and
spread to the Ice plantWhite Cloud
Wickiser & Riffe
Highest Market Price Paid.
See Us Before Selling.
Both Phones. GEO. M. MOORE, Mgr.
- William O. Ilrovvu, of Nodaway,
and .lennle llloek, of Craig, were
married In St. Joseph, Wednesday, of
last week, October.'!!.
-We acknowledge a delightful call
from D. C. Simons, editor of the Ad
vance, at Sheridan, Mo. We found
him a moHt enjoyable fellow, and we
greatly enjoyed a "shop" talk with
Harry M. Johnston was up from
Kansas City, last week, for a brief
visit with wife, and relatives, He Is
convalescing from an operation, and is
still a very weak man. He Is a buyer
and seller of stock at the Kansas City
stock yards, and Is able to be on duty
for a few hours dally. Mrs. Johnston
was with him at the-hospital, and re
turned a week Iwforu Mr. .lohnston
came home. We do hope Harry Is now
through with his troublesome anatomy.
J. C. WHITMER,
North Side ef Squire,
My resldence.eonslsllng of 4 rooms,
1 closet, summer kitchen, smoke and
wood house, cistern, city water. In
good neighborhood, opposite, the
Methodist church. Price, $1800. Ad
dress, MlS. KI.I.KN DKKFKNIMVnil,
Tho Republican County Central
Committee met at Forest City, Mon
day of this week, and named Isaac
D. Painter, of Liberty township, as
the party's candidate for Judee of the
County Court for tlie Second district.
We have been told by those acquainted
with Mr. Painter, that he Is a man of
excellent Illness for the position, and
enjoys the coulldenceof his neighbors;
a successful farmer, well balanced,
and every way well iuallHed for the
Last Friday night, HubGoodspeed
sustained a broken leg, when the hack
In which he was sitting overturned,
fulling upon him. It was tho regular
Mound City-lllgelow hack, which waa
waiting for one. of the night trains.
Mr. Uoodspecd was sitting in the
hack, as was also the driver, Cbas,
Lewis. When tho train approached,
the team became excited and ran up
on the plat form, upsetting I lie hack,
which fell upon Mr. Good'iiced.
Mound City News. ,