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These beautiful Button Boots are the
Latest Styles and embody all the fine
points of expert shoe making-. We show
Tan, Oalf, Gun Metal, Velvet, Gun Top
Patent Vamps and Dull Kid. Prices,
Oar of Apex Fencing-buy now; prices will be
higher in spring.
Why Wot the NEXT Timer
You arc going to buy the best fence sometime, so wh
not begin the very next time you need fencing?
The fence that carries the guaranteeofperfectsatisfaction it
Tha Fence with
The Swhij'j;; Julr.t
We can show you in two minutes that Apex fence is j
tvhat is claimed for it. Self adjusting to rolling ground
yet having the strongest stay wires of any woven fence on
Apex is guaranteed to meet every claim mmk u
'Oii cm get your money back if it doesn't dem:: ':
Ane.v next tinu from
T. L. PRICE HARDWARE CO.,
WEST SIDE SQUARE, OREGON, MO.
-T. A. Lung, l. V. S. fp-to-datu
Veterinary, onice at home 1 tot It
Phones, No. i:;.
'Dr. Vhltsc!!, eye and oar spooial
1st; so corner Uth and Kdmond. St
Joseph, ilulli I'liones. 013.
Kriii-st llahlor was on the St. .lo
seph market, Monday of tills week,
with a carload of hogs.
Cor win Keller, Auctioneer, Ore
gon, Mo., makes a specialty of Stock
and Farm sales. (Satisfaction guaran
teed. -S. H. Schulte has several
fine residence lots for sale,
from $200 up, In Highland
L. 1'. Watson, of Forest City, lias
been very sick for several days, but is
now, wo are glad to state, able to be
up and around again.
Mrs. Mary Welty and daughter,
Miss Lois, will leave the tlrst of Feb
ruary for St. Joseph, where they will
make their future home. Miss Lois
has Jccured a position in the lligfi
school. Wo are sorry to lose this es
timable family from our midst.
-Win, Itostock, one mile east of
Oregon, has Hoa"rsand Gilts for sale.
They are long and deep bodied, and
aro thirty Inches tall and over; they
have eight inch hone, thuy are cut
out for soo-pound hogs. Ills spring
boats will weigh 'J-o pounds and better,
just In breeding condition; they are
not fat, Just big and smooth. He has
them in excellent condition, which is
the main part to produce good, strong
vigorous pigs. He feeds them very
little corn, hence they are not burnt
out with corn, which would make
them unlit for breeding. If yon want
something that gets big at half the
age that the hogs we used to have and
have now, get one of these Improved
Dig Type Poland-Chinas. Ills sows
and Herd Hoars are all recorded.
They were carefully selected by him,
regardless of price, in Iowa.and shipped
right to Oregon. Call on or address,
" " WM. llOSTOCK.
Made Over the
New Knob Last
To Rollins Ciouu.J
i- -A ,.
Did You Ever
Spend a Winter
In the South?
Did you ever visit the many de
llghtful resorts along the Gulf (.'oast?
Did you.evcr go motoring along
Did you ever go touring through
Have you ever enjoyed the many
delights of a trip through Southern
Have you ever traveled through
Old Mexico where the cold northern
winter Is turned to balmy summery
Why Not Go
There are special winter tourist
rates to all principal points. The
costlsluw. The climate Is positive
ly Ideal. The resorts are numerous.
The hotels are good. The opportu
nities for all forms of outdoor sports
are almost without limit. And the
trip will bring the most pleasure, If
you go via the Burlington.
Como in and let's talk it over. If
I haven't detailed Information about
tho attractions of the particular
place you wish to visit, 1 can and
will get them for you In a hurry.
J. T. BIRMINGHAM,
FOREST CITY, JtfO.
Mis-, ilonnle Homier. I'lchards.V
Son's stenographer, Is on a visit with
relatives In Arcadia and Oklahoma
Cave Hunt went to St. Joseph,
Friday, and made an Inspection of
the St. Joseph stockyard. He ays
they are all right.
My lesldunce In Oregon is for
sale. For particulars, call on or ad
dross. Mits. Ki.tz.Miirril 1 1 matt,
Mound City, Mo.
I'oy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Meyer, of Mound City, was taken toa
St. Joseph hospital, last week, being
a great sufferer from sciatica rheuma
tism. Mur.wllle has taken oxer the wa
ter plant and has paid the MO.uOii
agreed on as the price. It will he Im
proved and extended and made more
modern and up-to-date.
The many friends here and abroad
of Fncle George Meyer, who has been
quite "Ick, the past few weeks, will
be glad to learn that he I now some
better, tint. Is still contlucd to his bed.
Miss Grace i u Ick, a former te e
phone operator here, and her brother,
Glen (Julck, were visiting here Sat
urday and Sunday. She Is now work
ing for the telephone company at
Oregon. Mo. Troy, ila-.,) Times.
Tin: Skntinki. extends Its sym
pathy to Dr. . I. W. McClauahan, of
Forest City, by reason of the death of
his vederable mother, which occurred
at her home In St. Joseph, Friday
last, January 17. at t he age of 7 years.
Mrs. Guy Jones, of Kigelow, was
severely burned by the steam and hot
water which escaped when the lid
from a bucket of boiling water was
forced off. One eye was badly burned
but she Is recovering nicely. Mound
The tlrst ludlcatlouof the coming
of spring comes to us through Mrs.
Corby, of Forest City: oneof herhens
Is now mothering a brood of lit
tle chicks, that began to peep on Jan
uary l.'l, In the vear HU.'I.
Twelve carloads o cattle, the
property of T. K. Fleming, of Noda
way county. Mo., In transit, from Shat
tuck, Okla., were held at the local
yards yesterday so they could bo fed.
Fleming bought the cattle In Shat-
tuck and Is taking them to his farm,
where he will feed the lot for market
purposes. St. Joseph Gazette, Jan. 1H.
J. C. WMTMER,
North Side of Square,
-Mrs. Nellie llrooks-Alllsonill
her home In Mound City, I'r
January 10, IM.'l, aged l.'l years,
became he wife of Charles F.
son, In Louisville, Illinois, Felt,
isss. She was the mother of
children, eight of whom survive:
hert. ora, Vligll, l.loyd, Otho.
erett, and Farrell, of MouiidCity
Mrs. Lola Morris, of Fortescue.
A statement tiled with Gov. Had
ley 'by Statu Ileer Inspector V. W.
Wilder icveals that the collections of
that department during a period f
thirty months from July 1, Wlo, to
December . 'It, from the breweries of
the state as a special tax amounted to
tl,'Jo'.i,77ii..'t.. The Increase over a
similar period amounts to H.V.'.IMUI
The expenses of the otllce for :io
months were lli.ni.'l.ti-'i.
-Miss Kate Finlcle, who has been
making her home with her sister, Mrs.
Irvlu Oxley, living six and one-half
miles south of town, died very sud
demy last night about 8:1" p. in. at
her sister's home. Prayer meeting
was being held at the Oxley home,
and at the close of a prayer Miss Fin
lcle died suddenly of heart failure.
She was of middle age and had form
erly made her home In Oklahoma.
Funeral arrangements have not been
White Cloud, the town where
Lewis and Clark camped for several
days and nights while on their his
toric trip across the continent before
civilization had advanced west of the
Mississippi river, and whose names
are carved on a big rock near town,
is to have electric light. C. S, Stock
ing, a former Oregon boy. and an
electrical engineer of Hiawatha, Kas,,
lias prepared the plans for tho plant
which will give twenty-four hour ser
vice. The bonds have been voted and
are now In the hands of bond brokers
We are told that only once in a
hundred years does so choice a hoodoo
as Friday, June i:i, IM.'l, como into
the calendar to vex the mind of tho
superstitious. This unhappy com
bination of ligures is expected to till
the coffers of fortune-tellers and seers,
who will be consulted by thousands
regarding their "luck" or their fate
on this day. Somebody has proposed
that a national holiday be proclaimed
by President Wilson, bo that those
who die sudden or violent deaths may
have the satisfaction of doing so in
their own homee on this ooce-a-cen-turj
Mrs. K. A. Welly and daughter.
Miss Lois, were St. Joseph visitors.
Monday of this week.
James Huntsman left Monday ol
this week fur Hutchinson, Kansas,
whure he will vMt for several days
with his uncles and aunts.
-George F. Seetnan has been unite
sick, with the grippe for several tlajs,
confined to his home, hut he Is now
able to be up and around again.
One sorrel horse, weight about
HUH, and one black mare, weight
aboui t'.'ix). for sale. Call on or ad
dress Hoy Campbell, Oregon, Mo.
For Sale- At the C K. Meyer
residence a Majestic llauge, small
.1-htirncr gasoline stove, commode,
washstand set. Mils. M.utv Wki'.tV.
Clothes cleaned and pressed by
Geo. M. Moore. Orders left at ('has.
Koock's store or residence, northeast
of canning factory, will receive
-tatties .1. O'Kauc, of Dennlsou,
Texas, and Miss Itcrnlce Lee llennvr,
of Mound City, were granted license
to marry at St. Joseph, Wednesday of
last week, January lit.
Greene .V Greene, leal estate
agents, of this city, sold to Outer
Mall, last week, the slv-acre tract, be
longing to II. C. Cook, adjoining Ore
gon on the southeast, for l"o.
Aunt Mary Horuecker, who was si
years old, Wednesday last, January
15, isitilte feeble at tint home of her
brother, Uncle George Meyer, In this
city, and is as helpless as an infant,
being conllncd to her bed all the
time. I'ncle George, who Is In his
8rtth year. Is also very feeble at pros
ent , and Is conllned to Ills bed.
-( B. Mttim and wife, accoinpi
tiled by James F. Ilucher, wife and
daughter, Miss Hazel, left Tuesday of
this week for Brownsville and Mis
sion, Texas, to look over that section
of country. They will be absent two
or three weeks. Mr. Muiiu is the lo
cal agent for the Star Land Co. We
wlh them a delightful trip and safe
Fred Meyer and Harry Itolaml, of
Liberty township, were In Oregon
last week on business. Fred Is look
ing pretty well, considering the ex
perience he went through with Octo
ber is, nr., when the acetylene plant
at his father s home, Judge George
Meyer, of Liberty township, blew up,
and Fred was seriously Injured, the
ttcsh being torn from his breast, arms
Know Thai You Look
Well, Take Your Clothes j-
New Suititoriiiin t
1( To Be
1 Cleaned and Pressed. I!
All work called for
TRY TO SATISFY.
Located two doors
south of Postofllce.
Home Phone, 109
-Charles Patterson, Sr., 'Alfred and
Krnest liahlerand Henry Derr left
Tuesday of this week for the "South
land," and will bu gone about two
weeks. Their llrst stop, so Greene &
Greene, real estate agents of this city,
Inform us, will be at Mobile, Ala
bama, where they will look over that
section of country, under lliu guid
ance of L. C. Irvine, a former Oregon
boy, who has a large tract of land for
sale there, and whom Greene &
Greene represent in this seutlpn.
From there they go to Louisiana, and
they will also visit at Memphis, Ten
nessee, where tho llahlerboys have an
uncle. Wo wish them a pleasant trip
and safe return.
-Martin Slekmau. wife and two
children, of For I us township, left
Sunday for an extended visit to the
I'acltlc Coast. They go direct, to Los
Angeles, California, where they will
make headquarters, and from there
will visit various points of Interest
along tho Coast. They expect to re
main in that, country until next fall
certainly a great trip, and we sure
envy them, "caze" we would like to
bo with them. The (arm, which he
vacates, and which Is owned by his
father, Henry Slekman, is, or soon
will be, occupied by W. J. Wlemeyer,
who la a sen-ln-law, and who resigned
Saturday last from the, Oregon Inter
urban Railway, where he held the po
sition of etiflneer.
Moore & Kreek,
GROCERS AND BUTCHERS,
Now that tin; cold wwitlitsr is horn, vcjMh lilt's hwin
to tnstp koixI. We havt- a liuwj variety in stock, the
very bent, the kind that tauten jtiHt like frunh ones:
Tomatoes, String Beans. Peas,
Corn, Lima Beans.
Empress Flour, Bulte's Best Flour, Buck
wheat Flour, Pancake Flour.
Home and Northern Grown Potatoes,
Onions and Cabbage.
Coffees and Teas, the best on the market;
Soda Crackers, Oyster Crackers, Cook
ies of all kinds, Oranges, Lemons,
Bananas, Apples, Etc.
Nothing is too koo1 for onr customers we liny the
best and niako the prices rijrht We make a sM'i'ialt
of filling orders by Parcels Tost. Phone in your orders.
Moore & Kreek,
GROCERS AND BUTCHERS,
Both Phones, Oregon, Missouri.
No. 15, For sale or Kxi'hauge lisn acres, 1 1 miles from Anthony, eottn
ty seat of Harper county, Kansas. All under cultivation; to acres now in
wheal balance for corn. Might consider some good Holt county land in
exchange. Call and see me for price
the price nITcred.
No. 17. 'JO acres, ."il tulles northeast of Forest City; not much Improve
ments. Tills Is good soil. Price now fKLisi per acre: half cash, good terms
No. lli.-.-.'IYi acres known as the .loseph Groves farm, lying one tulle west
of Mound City, Missouri. Practically all In cultivation or in gtass. Small
house and barn anil other outbuildings. Well fenced and cross fenced.
Price and terms right, If sold at ottee See 01 write un fur particulars.
If you have anything to trade ir sell, it will pay you to see me before
If you wish to burrow money mi vour l.inn, I eau loan the money to you
for o per cent interest.
I lllli-e Mi-talls In I'eaeliei building, east nf siii;ue.
No, I. Twenty aeies, J, miles imiiii Corning: small house: fenced on
two sides, lays well. Price, $1000
No. .1 l-'ortv aeies. miles ul' onvou; liaine huiise, three rooms;
pantry; stock well: cistern at house: good, new bam: hogllght fences; cross
fenced oiehard See us fir pi Ice.
No. I. Ii'iO acres ol good wheal land In Mead count , Kansas, ."i broke
out: all is tillable. A Bargain ut $1000
No. i. i:iJ acre farm, sl miles ol Oregon and good liitpioveiiieiits,
This Is a good farm and Is certainly a rare bargain at $76.00 per acre.
Very reasonable terms.
No. 7, 'Jill acre fai in; I'h) acres wheat alreadv planted; in acres corn: in
acres meadow; in acres timber. One of the best farms In the Missouri river
bottom. Very reasonable terms on this farm, and onlv $80 pur acre. This
farm netted tl.'loo last year.
No. ti. 'JtMl acres, about il miles of Oregon. This farm has tine Im
provements and can bo Itought for $100 pur acre, with reasonable terms.
No. 10Planlatlon for sale, IJiki acres; wki in high state of eulilval Ion,
balance timber; Xi tenant houses, .'I, I, .1 and il rooms each. Twenty-live
wells; about W) barns and cotton houses. This takes in the whole town of
Moscow, Arkansas, and Ik a bargain at the price asked for it. The nut prof.
Its for 1II1S will he approximately t:tO,ooo. Above ligures can be verllled at
any time. Owner desires to sell on account of extreme age. See us for full
We have other farms not listed here. Come and see what we have.
We also have South Missouri, Idaho, Colorado and Texas lands for
sale or trade. Also have a proposition In Mobile county, Alabama,
that cannot be beat.
No. 1. -One and three-fourths acres In Oregon: good, practically now
live-room house; new barn; good cave; good outbuildings. Price, $2000.
No. 'J. Located In Oregon, II blocks of square; four-room frame house;
clRtern; cellar; basement; good lien house: plenty fruit. On one of best
streets In town; cement walk on east side. Price, $1000.
No. 4. .Good residence property, 'J blocks of siiuare; .'j-room house, elec
tric lighted, water works, cisterns, good barn ami hen house: situated on
one of best streets and on one of best lots In town. Price, $1700.
We have other city properties for sale, call and Investigate.
GREENE & GREENE,
Office Over Koock Clothing Co., . OREGON, MISSOURI.
Mutual Phone, 157. Home Phone, 157.
-Haw Furs Wanted by W. H.
Stewart. Farmer's 'Phone, I0H.
-Claude Williams lias an auto shed,
Jn good repair, for sale. Phone or
write him at Mound City.
For Sale-40 head of Spring
Shout: will weigh between 80 and 100
pounds, In perfect health. Alto one
Mule Colt,' estra good.
. ' A, A. XlMUB.
Martin Pheve, No, 97. , .
and terms-, as this place Is a bargain at
Office in the Moore B'tdc.
Hour tit. m. to it in. I lit
p. in. tot p. ra.
Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43.
Earnest Stlth was a St. Joseph
laltor, Saturday tost.