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THE' OKKGON INTKKUKBAN
.Effective Sunday, January .lv.JAtl.
"tt'LT. 7:35 a.m.
AIM'1" "9:30 urn.
'30 12:lo p.
21 " 20 p. in.
A,i4G, " 4:25 p.m.
Ar. 8:00 a.'rhV
-" 9:50 a.m.
" 12a&p. m..
" 2:25 p.
." 4:56 p. m.
Return V. City.
8:45 a. m.
10:35 a. m."
1:25 p. m.
3:05 p. ra.
5:25 p. m.
?, B. ,Q. Time
.. 8:20 a. m.
A 10:10 m.. m.
' 1:00 p.m.
" 2:40 p. m.
" 5:01 p. m.
Not-A-I)l!y Kicept Sunday.
A special train for stock and car
load shipments will leave Oregon at
12:10 p. m.i whenever desired by
' Notice: All local freight will leave
Oregon on the nsw a. ni. train.
Cnnrrnr flnt .Monditf In .l.inuaryt fourth
Monday lo April mid August.
William C. F.IIUim.i-lrvull Judge.
Henry T. Alklri-, proMi'lIn iittornry.
Edwin A. Iiiinlmin. e.ri-ull clerk.
A. It. McNulty.MierlrT,
Hurry M. Irwlti, .lennshiplif r.
ConviMifi mh'dmiI Mniluy In r'vliruury.
stay. Aiutut and NmvinlMT.
' I). W. I'urtcr, probate JmUi-.
''IWuUr 'IVrmn Plr.t Monday In Febru
ary, May, Auittitt unit Novi-nilii-r.
Henry K. Wrliilit, (molding Jud.
.I'MMplMihilidiiiurr. Judge IttilUlrlft. -r
I'rincl, .1. (IikUIII. Judge Sri ilUlrlot
I'rtiuk I., rlli'r, clerk of ruunty court.
I, . .
foil lily ltoKri't"fllrMlttr. '
lli'tiry K. WrlKlit. tuiMili'iit.
Philip rvMcpi.huui'r. vli-i iri"liont.
t'fitncli .1. tlutklll, '.'ri .11-1 riot.'
C. I- Emu. I'omity pliyklclan.
Km nk 1.. Zullur, wfirutj,
i,. Ciiiiiily lloHril "f Kiliirwlloa.
''Karl A. I!i'k Ort-imn.
.1. 1.'. Ciim'ii, MimiiiiI City,
-K. SI. Ilrook. Dri'unn.
Collivtorof Iti-rrntu-. Howard S. IViiri-.'
'Chunty Tn-iiMiref, Nerlllr Dickson.
Iti-rordrr nf lived., Jiilin M. milliard.
Coinmlwlom-riif rd'liiaiU, Earl A. Hock.
I'nlille AdmlnMrulor, . V. (.'uiiitiilnn.
..fuiM-rliiti-nili'iit nf 1'iair, Si'lmurn Canxm.
,turryor..lolin II. IVn t.
A'n"ir, IVrry H", ltiiinuy.
Ciiroinr.Cliu V. Wyniiiii. Mallland.
'Unit l.'iiunty impilliillnti. H.W,
'!ttelii: 17c on 1100 ritluiitloli. -' I
County lax.IKViin kv riiliiitlloii.
County roml tnv. liVtunllou valuation. ,
,Avi raKfM'lnnil lax kvy. Co ihtIIOO vhIuh-
County iti'MiiI liy m't of li-itNlntiiri1, .liuiu
County mt mill for Dauli'l Itliv Holt, nf
Ori'Koil. Ciiiiiily fi'tl, iTi'ali'il liy iti'V of li'ir
Uliituri1, .luiii'JI, lll,
' AM'Sulllc Wl'llltll, Ml I'. I 0.
AM'vt!ilili wi'iilth, IiiiiiK. town loli
.ami pi'riual KIJMW
Ori'Kon. county M-ut.
City tux, on Jino,
Arrival and Departure of Mails at the
Postofflce, Orogco. Ko.
I'lTcctlvc Xovi'iii i i i1, IIV.I.
MAILS IIKl AllTl
liUBu. m. For Dmalni anu lntcrinedlnte
1 polnKi and all polnu nnrt U, eat
, , anil wi't. , ,
H i,o a. m. For r)t. JiMi-pli aud Inluruitxttate
., point. '
' 'ISiOOm. For nil point" noutb, rut
' "' and Vmt, eiccpt Tarklo and
' VIIIIhiiii liritnchm.
liSOp, ni, For nil point north, wcM mid
4iaop.m. For VUliaca, north, mail to all
polntH north, euat," fcouth and
went, exevpt Intermediate be
tween Foretl!ty nnd St. Joe.
7iai, ra. For all point north. Miuth. oaat
I'ouchi'H will lit) I'icliunxi'd la'tweeu (IreKon
and FnrvHt Olty ponlomciii, hi followm
'laveOreKonat TSi'.u iu. ami return at
tivuvuUri'Koiiutti'.'Op. m., mill cturn at
;00 p. m.
HiSSa. m. Ornuha-MnlU from all poluta
north, oast, aouth and went.
ISi3a.(n. Vlllltca and Tarklo Valley
brunchu. MalU from north,
rant, aouth and woht.
l'ia.1 p, in, Mall from all polnta north, wot
SiJOp. m. Main llnaK. C.,rlt, Joe.A O. II.
MalU from all polnta, north
aouth, eatt and went,
8 10 p. iri. From Ht. Joseph.
0i3O a. m. Itural Itouto No. 1, leaven. Ho.
SiHOa. ra. Itural Koute, No, s, leaven. Ue.
, tiirnx, 4:' p. in.
.SlSOa. in. Itural Knutc, No. 3, leavua. He.
'i turns alt i JO p. ni. ,
SiSOa. in. Itural Koute, No, 4; Icavtw, He.
turui at 4utoJp. ni, ' ''
0t36a. in. Hurul Jtoule, No. 4. leavm, te-
4 turn at 4:00 'p. ni.
Malls are made up promp.ly b mlnutea be
ore departing time, i ' '
Mall to For two ue, Hulo and polnta on' the
B ft M. In Nebraaka within 100 ullea .of thte
oflce, should be mailed before i4S ai'm. In
order to reach Ita deatlnatlnn the same day.
New rolnt la aupplled by Carrier, Houte
RATHER A PECULIAR HOBBY
blef Caieutlye of fceWsYork 8ld to
nwva a marwatr j-anuniM
1 far Flrfi-U r.
"Pigs Is plge" with Mayor Qaynor
nt Vi VavIt Th.. ... utm -
j animals, on foot." Heiddea' raising
quite a number himself nt his farm
Dmd Wells, at flt Jam I. I h. l.
i ways displays an Interest in pigs
owned by his neighbor.
I1 Ha Inalula on rtiVii " ralaln. 'l
'The pltUa folk 'ft Rt. James hear
iuiu uira (ana ua uae jun as inarp
Uaguage In his neighborly converse
tloa.as he does Is writing letters to
rat catchers, etc), and hear from him
often until they aaaes a few "pork
ers- as a aide Use. Beveral'denliens
of that locale admit they keep a few
plge just to,keep.peace.la the village.
Once a boy did bias a really goed
tura and he desired to, show his ap
preciation of the, act. Of course the
boy got a pig for hie reward. When
the mayor goes for bis jaunt through
the countryside he calls on all the
farmers who ralta nla-a. Th. ms...
do not receive a visit from hlra.
wnenever ne nears that a pig la III,
no matter It it Is sic miles away, he
goes to see that pig. And ha usually
prescribes some home remedy for the
animal. He has beea known to walk
ten miles on the hottest day to visit
an Indisposed pig.
When the mayor visits his country
place at the end of each week during
the summer there Is always a group
of villagers on hand to greet him. As
he goee among them shsklng their
hands, Instead of eiqnlrlng about their
health, he ssys:' "How are your
Pigs?" New York Herald.
The Mystery ef Fishing.
Fishing Is more full of myatcry than
a dime novel. For Instance, horn are a
few questions about.lt that the wisest
fisherman on earth' can not an
mcr: When two men, using the samo sort
of bait, tackle, etc.,. full In just the
same way, shin by able, from thn
same boat, why will ono of thorn some
times mnko a good catch, wlilla tho
other catches nothing? Why will a cer
tain bait prove Irresistible to the Hah
ono day anil be scorpnl by them on
another ilny thnt Is just llko tho first?
Why tlo fish seem .ravenously hungry
ono minute ntnl llo sulkily mul motion.
less on the bottom the next mlmitu?
Why will there bo hundreds of one
sort of fish In a certain locality one
day ami why will they alt be rcplareil
by s totally different fish tho next
day? There are a hundred other unan
swerable fish questions, tint most unanswerable-
of till Is the question why
they are so easily caught by one man
while another and perhaps more ex
pert fisherman, sitting close beside the
lucky fisher, won't get so much aa a
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice l lutrchy kIvcii, that the tin
dcrM'iicd ailnilnlMmlor of the estate
of Sarah A. Proctor, deceased, will
inako tlnal settlements of his ac
counts with said est ale us such ad
ministrator at the next Turin of thu
Prolate Court or Hull County. Mis
souri, to he holder) In Oregon. In said
County, on the litis day of Novum-lK-r.
A. Ii IIU2.
O. W. CUMMINS.
Vlrsl publication, October A, IU1L'.
lift Me Show Yon Wyoinini;!
Von mav liuve niicsl lolled somo of
the statements you have heard about
the Monderful crop yields obtained
by Wyoming fanners part leulurlv
those In the lll Horn llasln, hut If
you will visit that country ami talk
with some of thu farmers from Illi
nois, Iowa and Missouri, vilio have
N!l lied then!, yon will fundlTt under
stand why they feel so optimistic.
A former Iowa man recently wrote
me as follows: m)s,,
"1 believe iheru Is no butter loca
tion in the West than just where I
am, and I heartily advise my friends
to look over the line irrigated land
that is open to entry on the Shell
Creuk Tract, If they are Interest ed In
aciilrliiL' a home In a progressive,
rapldly-developlnx liKullty. I, have
planted air apmu orchard on part of
my laud and shall enlarge Ii consid
erably ths next' spring: 'durliiL' this
past season 1 recelveil returns that
weni moru than satisfactory from
qulte ati area wlilch 1 truck farmed,
in spite of tho fact I 'at this was the
llrsl. tear thu lund had liceii culti
vated." What this man has done Is not al
all unusual. There Is no kood rea
son why you can't do It too, provided
you e;ut your place picked mil before
all thu K'ood land Is taken up.
In order to make It easy for you
to look the Iiasln 6ver without too
much expense, thu HiirlluKton Houto
Will run special Uoinesuekurs' Excur
sions from Omaha on Uqtobur 15th
and November 5th. Can't you o
with tne aud see for yourself Just
what thu opportunities are in this
.lust write mu on' what day you
can Ko-a postal will do, and 1 will,
send you our folder and tell you Just
how ami where to meet mu In Om
aha. D. Clem Deaver, Immigration
A Kent, llurllimton Jtuute, Iloom .'1.1H
Q llldK.. Omaha, Neb.
i Wt l. lllffe, of Craltf, who is here,
buylnir apples, was quite sick at the
Hotel Woodland,. Wednesday of this
week, but at our hour of going to
press was thougnt to be some Utter.
Notice Is liereby given that tluMartd
owners or Little Tarklo Dralnate
District, .Nc'Ofie Jllja dralnaue cilr-
poratlott' In illol'Cun-, MIssouA.
will at fviuj ten. o'clock i.ki., on the
(LMth) twetity.sJatK'iray, jrpctol)r,
as Wild tic&cWd school
noose uei n$ loqaten n a i eu on
the eait side 0t'trwtiBt uiiarter
6f sect'irtuaba .lki)lMf) (1), in
towrWhlp -ftijiW' Jdiir-two ((12) of
County, Mlasitlri. ;stUI iWtwolj hou
belrif locftediii.tM aforesaid drainage
district. ' , .i
The purpose of said nitetlM to
elect one supervisor f 6r aaid district
lor a term or nve (o) ;wa; saw super
visor so elected, to bold. Mitt, bevttloti
for isaid term until ills Wcassaxir is
elected and ipiallrled, and at the meet
ing aforesald.'theru will be transacted
sucli other and further business as may
be lawfully brought before thu same.
Done by orderof thu Hoard of Super
visors this 1st day of Octolwr, lull'.
I-- ) Alien SlIAItt',
( ) C. D. OllAVKS,
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given, that the
undersigned administrator of the es
tate of Ida Krazler, deceased, will
make final scttlementsof his accounts
wltli said estate as such administra
tor at tho next Term of the Probate
Court of Holt County, Missouri, tube
hnlden In Oregon,' In said County, on
the Uth dayof November, A. D., lui:'.
O. W. CI'MMINS,
First publication, Octolier 4, IIUL'.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of Catharine Prusmau. deceased, will
make tlnal settlements of lilsaocoiinis
with said estate as such administra
tor at I he next Term of the Probate
Court of Holt County, Missouri, to he
holden In Oregon, In said Count v, on
the Uth day of November. A. D.,
llll!. Ci. W CI'MMINS,
First publication, October 1, 11I i.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is herebv irlvcii. that the no
durslgued administratrix, with will
annexed, of the estate of .lose pi i M.
Oladdeu, deceased, will make tlnal
settlement of her accounts with said
esiate as such admistratrix at thu
next Term of the Probate Court of
lloll County, Missouri, to be holden
In.Oregou in said County, on the Uth
ii.it in .uteiiiiivr, a. if., nil.-,
HANNAH K. (il.AllDKX.
Administratrix, With Will Annexed.
this 4th day or octolier, lni-'.
Danikl Zaciiman, C. J. Hunt,
W. P. Sciiui.tk, Assistant Cashier.
TIE CIV mi
Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000.
Transacts a general banking busi
ness. Interest paid on deposits left
for specllled time.
Draflsissuedon principal cities. Col
lections made and promptly remitted.
Diukotohh: D. Zaciiman. president;
I. A. Kreuk. secretary: .las Hucher
H. F. Morgan, and S. F. O'Fallon.
Telephone No, 43.
C. D. .ook, G. L. Cummins,
I.. 1. Mimmk, Vice-President.
Zook & Roecker
OKKGON, ; : MISSOURI
The. oldest bank in the count v
Transacts a L'lmeral bankliiL' linslncw
inieresi pain on rime deposits, nraits
sold on al) thu principal cities of the
country and Kurope. Have made sne
clal arrangunfents to collect money
due from estates In foreign countries.
Thu accounts of farmers, merchants
and individuals respectfully solicited.
Special care given to any business In-
irusieu io us.
Telephone Mo, 18.
Faulty Giih Liglit
ing, Gurt Engine and
CoHh and Vibrators,
Klecti'ioul App.it at ub
of all kiiuld repaired,
adjusted or rewound.
Wh liavo glvmt thiH
part of our work
and CAn Hattofy tho
5 WILSON BROS.
The wlieat that
i as been sown
tljltffall. looks llne-so far. .
'-Sid. 1-Jads anil family spint Sun
day with (leorge'C'ottdn ' ami family.
Corn is not o badly hurt by thu
frost ax people tiought it would be.
Sam Alklre is picking Ids apples.
He has a tine crop and of splendid
Miss Louise llledsoe visited over
Sunday. With the Misses llonnle and
Mr. and Mrs. ('barley Hoover vis
Ited over Sunday with' Mr", and Mrs
John Noland and family. 4''
Mr. and Mrs, William hioue and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Nick Stone and family.
Miss Pontile Sinclair left here
Monday for Preston, Neb., where she
exx.'Cts to work for some time
Some of our boys cut a tine bee
tree, the other day. Aa pay for their
labor they got about a pint of awful
Ms. Marshal Crews and daugh
ter, Mrs. .lake Million, left last Tues
day for an extended visit with friends
Howard Vandever, who hat been
here, assisting his father thu past
month, expects to return to King
City, tills week.
Trevor Anno went to St..loM'pb,
Sunday, where he expects to work at
the plumber trade with his . step-father,
- Charlie Park was seen on the
streets ol Fortcscuc, last Monday
Charlie Is visiting with his daughter,
Mrs. Oreii llac.
Mrs. -lames I Hike has returned
from her extended llt through the
West. Her mother, Mrs. Henry Kai
ser, accompanied her home.
- Wuiiiulerstaiiil that several head of
cattle hae died in the last few days
The veterinarians say the tlUease Is
thu same as the horse have lieen
to. Minion and hl brother.
Ilainp, have shipped In about loo
head of cattle to feed this winter
They are among thu heavy feeders of
Holt county. .
-We understand that there Is a
new doctor in Forlescue. He will
take up Dr. Million's practice. We
hope lie will be as successful as the
one who has Just retired.
Wti understand that Dr. .1. I.,
Mlnton has retired from thu practice
of medicine. The people will greatly
miss him, as he was one of Holt
cliunty's liest physicians.
.Our Sunday school elected a few
new oillcers last Sunday, namely
Mrs. Oral Noland, organist: Miss Ag
ues Moser, assistant superintendent:
Miss von lllachly, secretary
-.1. M. lllachly celebrated his .Tld
birthday, last Sunday. Among those
present were -I. I,. Anno and family.
N yy. .Minoanu lamiiy, u... nowies
and family. Mrs. .lane lllachly and
ramiiy, -I. .. niveiy ami family, ant
Lev Noland. To make I hint's ulcus
nut, Mrs. S. W. Anno brought In a
large catllsh, which was soon reduced
to a skeleton. Kver) Uidy hud aline
lime. .n who wereinere wisiieiijir,
II. many more happy birthdays
Fillmore Mills Grinding.
Do you know that the Fillmore
Water Mill Is now ready to do your
grist work? Well, they are, aud Kd
Davidson, who has leased thu mill Is
turning out number one Hour, meal,
aud all kinds of chop feed, bran aud
shorts, lie lias had considerable ex
perience; In fact, had charge of thu
mill for a long time under thu super
vision of the latu (leorge Leach, who
was one of I he best millers In the
stale. Take your wheat and corn to
Mr. Davidson and hu will give you
good results aud'satisfactlon. He will
treat you right.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllcu flrHt door went
Steam Cider Mill
Has started up for tho fall business
and will run Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday of each week until fur
ther notice. Ilrlng th'your
Apples and Grapes
and get them worked up and you w ill
be treated right.
. cliff Washington:
Mutual Phone, No. 528, ,
n'iVill sell nt Plihlii: Sdi. mi
eat'luid 11 north 'q Orei?oti,nndf mlletfttf'nihnoreion
toginning at 10 a'fclook a, fe.;.(7oilowlWi)ropvto.wlt :
3--Head oHoies--3 ?s
1 HDan nf Wnrk FlnrHPH. 7 nnrl k vonra nlrl w.ita.tit' w7aii IKu .
Bond, strong work team ;'l
COtlHlHtitlt? of 4 Milch (!nwM. '
gives milk up to calving time.
ijiih inn ; mrge run moort HUort Horn, good milker; 12
year old Short-horn Bull; 1 Hfefer Calves, different gea.
coiihlsting of 14 Brood Sows, nil tried Sows niid" part of
them with Pigs by hMc; 45 Spring and Summer Vlfr 1 Full
Blood I )uroc ,lertey Male Hog. These Hogs are h .good
shape, and no cholera on this plat o" for years,
Grain and Hay.
AO acres of Corn in field ; :.() bushels of rust proof Oats,
more or less, free from smut ; i or S tons of Clover Hay in
mow ; : tons baled Oats Straw ; of Wheat Strriw I stack
of Sheaf Oats, good quality,
1 Champion 7-foot Binder, used :J 'seasons, a good one; 1
Osborne Mmvcr. 1 Champion Hay Bake, extra good teeth; 1
Check Bow Corn Planter, Cultivators. 2 spring trips and
spring lift I New Dtiparttirn : 1 Hisc Harrow, 1 Broadcast
Seeder, with ti ueks under box. force feed ; 2 (Jo-devils, I
Corn Sheller. 2 Wagons. 1 Bob-sled. These Implements
are all practically new and in good shape: and other ar
ticles too numerous to mention. .
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums under $'J(MH. cash in hand : over Unit amount,
a credit of s mouths' with bankable note, bearing's percent
interest from date of sale.
F. O. BURGER.
T. G. WALKER, Auctioneer.
J. L. STEPHENSON, Clerk.
G. W. LENTZ'S LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUND.
POSTPONED PUBLIC SALE
I "III sell at I'uhllc Sale, at my farm, .'I miles south of Oregon, aud 4 miles
southeast of I'oresl City, sale conlnienclng at in o'clock a. in. Sale
postponed on account of bad weather from Tuesd.iy.Oct, s,to
TTESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1912,
the following described properly, to-wlt:
82-HEAD OF STOCK--82
4 HKAIMIK IIDIISKS 4-Onc Hay Mare, ti years old, w (Irking In the
harness; I lloau Horse, smooth mouth; I liiu'lsl;lu l-'illey. 'J years old: I
.vearllng Horse Colt, the two colts are out of thu Ara Mclniire Horse, Hero,
In IIKAH )!'' CATTI.K lo One No. 1 Cow, .1 years old, gives. I gallons
of milk per day: '.' earllug Heifers; I earllug Jersey Hull: .'I Sumnier Calves;
J Steyrs and I Heifer. . '
is IIMAIiOF Hi (iS in Two Iteglsterud Kuroc Sows, 1 with l'lgs by
her side: I I'edlgreed KuriK' Jersey Hoar, earllng past a good line; ,'ii
U....I III... . I- k. ........... III....
npiuif; i iH"i i" niiiiiiiiui a in.
I'Alt.MINC IMI'I.K.MKNTS. KTC.-I Hinder. I Mower, 1 Hay Hake. I
Cultivator, I Harrow, l.lsierand Drill, Ia,rge Wrought Iron liangu, Ice' Saw
and I'roiigs. few Hog crates, Top lliiggy. lu tons of line Alfalfa Hay, haled;
one Large Itofrigurator, aud numerous other things, '
KltYK'S W'M.'II WAOON iN THK OIHU'XI)! '
KAI.lv Wil l. IIK HKI.O
TERMS OF SALE:
Ml sums of Iu.imi and under, cash In hand. All sums over HMKi, a credit
or U' months' will lie given Willi liauuaiilo note, neitng ,
H iii-r I'i'iil Inleresll from (late of sale. ' ' 1
COL. H. T. CHSISMAN, Auctioneer. J. A. LEASE, Clerk.
The Kansas City Weekly Star
The most comprehensive (arm paperAll '
the news intelligently told-Fsrm ques
tions answered by a practical farmer and
experimenter-Exaclly what you want in
One Year 25 cents, ' '
Address THK WKKKLV STAR, Kansas Cily, Mo.
ATTENTION, COMRADES. "
Members of Meyer Tost, fl. A. It.,
will pleaso remember thtlr nxt meet
ing will be held Saturday, Octobsr '20,,
lOlS, at 2 p. in., at the home of tlie
adjutant. Let there by a full attend
ance. " T. C. FUM.kh, Commander.
- tr.H 'Jvt
tliill. Rimwr Kattia,. A mllnu
A-yyar qMf freight; l,l,W lt)i4..
uaDie- im, , ,
tritflticr inHL- utrj, '.nf fliMA
none :btt3i:, l'w.lll be freh
HAIN OK SHINE.
OR, sARTON PITTS,
Eye and Etr Specialist; '
' (tli uud Kruneli. HT. 'JDHEIMI,' MO.
, Currepondvnee BoltoKWl." - '