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' He Made a Few.
A.'V. Cotton,' one of the iiustlltig
real esUto agents, of tills illy, ,was
(Jcrialnly "In It" laM week, having
mafia the following deals: '
, The Vill Handy farm, of tin antes,
(our in lies south of Oregon', an half
mile south of the Culp (sclioA;JH)use,
to Mrs. CoraCotten, of ' Fotuct for
iVipn. J&V ;
Hfliu Mrs. S. K. Ibike landf iio'rtli
west of Forest Oily, near the Cannon
(Drtngan) place, to Hrorge W;. Gotten,
of -'orbcs, for .'W00, J?
Suveiity-.soven acres, Just ndrth of
Forties, known as the George Meyer
tlmher tract, to Oeorge Gotten, of
Forties. Consideration, f 1500.
Also a residence property In Forest,
east of the Christian church, to 0. W.
Cotton, of Forbes, for $1500.
Ho sold a business property In
Forbes, owned by ?. W. Cottcn, to
Simon Kclflcr, of Forbes, for Woo.
I luring the year lttl.'l there will be
live eclipses, two of the moon and
three of the nun. The eclipses of the
moon will be total and those of the
Htm partial. The moon eclipses wilt
be visible from this locality as will
one of the sun eclipses. The dales
for the eclipses are:
March 22, total eclipse of the moon,
visible at. the beginning to North
April il, partial cc.llp f the -nil,
visible In thonoilhwistcin portion of
August .11. a part hil iellpc of the
-mi, visible to nrecnlatiilandthee.ist-
ern port inns of the maritime provinces
September l. total eclipse of the
moon, the beginning vMblu to North
America except Hie Northeast por
tion and the ending visible to the
Northwest portion of North America.
September ."Hi. partial eclipse of the
-nil. visible to the southern end of
Africa and the South Indian Ocean.
Not visible to America.
Gets $1500 Damages.
Mrs. India Trice, of this city, won
her suit against the llurllngton Hall
way Co., at Chlllicolhe, last week,
for damages sustained to her person
In alighting from a Pullman car at
that place, May :t, 1UI2. She brought
null for f'UKKi, and the Jury awarded
herir00. Her Injuries consisted of
a severely sprained and wrenched
ankle, the tendons In the limb being
bruised and torn.
Mr. (2. II. I'rlce, her husband, also
brought suit for t:tuoo damages, on
account of being deprived of the help
of a housekeeper, doclnr.V Jj;ys. sal
ary of a nurse and ntlnh expenses.
His cast; was eoiii tuned to the lies!
Ileslde Mr. I'rlce and wile. Hr. W.
C. Proud. Mrs. Amanda Hungan and
Mrs. C. I. .niik weie there as v It
ricssi-s for Mr. and Mrs. I'rlce I'roi.
A. I! I 'olitirn. wll'i1 and sun. Itlch
iiiotid, took charge of lhis people
while in 'lillllv.it In-, ami they
they weie inure than loyally
t ihii'd and e ired for.
, Mil l
I'lesldeiit liarrett, of the Adams
Express Company, has Issued the fol
lowing circular to its employes and
it. should he carefully lead by all our
roomiT.it. iii:st. asm I'.Mi'i.m i:s:
llecause of many liniutrics from
employes and others, it Is deemed
proper to state the attitude and pol
icy of The Adams Express Company
t,oyvard the Parcels um Inaugurated
inrtlie 1st instant:
The (.'ompany appreciates that the
Parcels I'osl. has been established in
response to a widespread anjl porsis
tent demand, and anticipates It has
come to tt ay. The Company's policy
will be to devote Its energies to ren
dorfng a servlfiC'iven morrfefrlclent
and satisfactory than In the past,
and all otlleers and employes are di
rected to exert every effort, to that
cijll,, The Company dyiiotwlsi
any of Its employes to adopt a policy
o'rfanlttlnding toward tile I'cols
Past, but expects them by their eill
clencv to demonstrate to patrons
tlte necessity for he Express Coin
pany's distinct I've service.
W. M. IIAIIUETT,
'January :i. ltii:i. President.
Hubert II. Ititehey, of Lacnnl,
Iowa. Is here visiting iclatlves and
friends. Tills is Hob's Mrst visit home
in live years, and all wcnuglad to see
him. He ivporls gooil crops in his
I'ted Doebi'lhfg and' wife have
inoved their household goods here
from Salem', Nebraska, and have tak
en possession of the house recently
Vacated by Mr. and Mrs, llond, For
,est City News.
-l.'Aitn ok Tiiankh. We wish to
thank the many kind friends that.
werU'Ko kind and good Iti onr bereave
menL In the losof dear father. Your
kindness will long bu remembered.
R. II. LlBV,
.-,:. MftfiK.Cox,. ...
U. B. Church.
Sunday school at Malt laud and
Slilloh at ten a. in.
Preaching at Slilloh at eleven a. in.
('. 10. at seven p. m.
The Slilloh chinch hasbcon icpalred
extensively and .sill be rcdedlcated
February .second. Illshop . M.
Weekley, of Kansas City, having
charge. The Illshop will preach In
Maltland on the evening of thesccond
atiseven p. m. All are invited to
attend these services.
1,0) 1 McNulty spent Sunday with
the "Old Folks at Home," at Mound
Mrs.. I. IS. Ilrown is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. I.. P. Miller and
family, of St. Joseph, this week.
Ilobert Callow, of Crcnd .1 unc
tion, Colorado, js here on a visit with
his father, John Callow, and other
The New Point folks have been
putting up some line Ice, the last few
days, from 10 to I J Inches thick, and
as clear as clear Ice.
. W. S. Woodward, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, has taken a position with lias
hew & Foster as repair man. He Is
accompanied by his wife.
Judge 11. F.Morgan, who has bueii
visiting with his son, Dr. Itoy Mor
gan, and family, of Skldmore, for a
few da.s, lelurned home, Monday, of
)r. T. . Long, veterinary of this
city, was hi Kansas City, this week,
In attendance at I In; mid-w inter meet
ing ol t ne Mlssouii Valley Veterinary
C. W. "Coke"i Jackvm was down
1 rum Hlg Lake, one day last week, on
tmshie.ss. He says they have put up
some line Ice, good ipiallty and in to
12 Inches thick.
- N. I . Alible, nf Savatinali, was
here, Saturday last, attending the fu
neial ot the late Col. Freeman Llbby,
lor whom he worked, north of New
Point, nearly In yiais ai;o.
Tommy Mori Is, wife and Utile
daughter, left Sunday evening for
their home In Pawnee. Ills., after
seveml weeks' visit with Mrs. M's
parents, II. T, Alklre and wife.
Oregon Furniture Co., uudcitak
er.s, sell broadcloth caskets, sold ev
erywhere lor fiiu, for t.l". Hearse
services and ot her caskets In propor
lion. Satisfaction guaranteed.
If you want lour car to run like
It did when new, lei the man with I. 'I
yeais experience put it In shape wlillu
the roads are had.
1 1 AS N ESS .V I OSTF.I!.
liceordcr.l. M: lllhluid was I lie
leclpieut ef a Hue rawhide eauc. fiom
"l.ogy" MeNulty. one of the guards
at the pi'llltelitlaiy at .IcIVcimiu City,
last week. John says no man's ten
dollar hill can liny ibis eaue Well,
il Is a dandy . and we mily wish we
had a male to It .
Alex. Meyei and wife, of Liberty
liiwnlilp. wh i had been In Si ..lo-.cpli,
slopped olf In Oregon. .Saturday last,
and sieil with lelaiivesaud friends
!in iiregoti ami vli'lnily for adav or so.
They inadi' headipiarleis with their
daughter, Mrs. (It U Tayloi, and hus
band, of the I'nlon school district.
Come again. Alex., we arealwaysglad
to see you.
Sixty yeais ago the Hannibal '
St. Joseph Itallroad was offering
ooo acres of . Missouri lands to nrns
pective luimeseekers who weie willing
to settle down ami work the' soil,
The railroad company got the laud
from the government aa bonus to
build the Hue. It's lliesamelaudtlial
Is now s(.ng for from tm to fc!ini an
acre, ami ham to get at tuat.
Margaret E. Shirllug died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Itobert
Howell, in this city, Wednesday eve
nlng, Jan. at 11:20, inhcr.Wth
year, from old age, having lieou sick
for several months. Funeral will he
conducted from the home tills Thurs
dav afternoon at. .'h.'to, conducted by
llev. Powell, of the M. K. Church. and
then her dauchters. MrK.ltolicrt How
ell and Mrs. Fred llruntmeycr. will
leave on the evening train with the
remains for Suuman, Indiana, her
old home, where Interment will take
place. Obituary next week
Dr. Otto Krlcge. President, of the
Herman Central Wesle.van college, at
Warrenton, this state, made a brief
visit, here, one nay, last weeit. tue
i!iiest of Uov. William L. Meyer, lias
tor of the (icrman M. 10. church, this
city, and a few otherold friends. He
also visited our schools, and made I Ik
students a little talk. Which they
seemed to enjov greatly, lie was
very favorably Impressed with the
schools and tho way they were con
ducted, He was eurnute homo from
Lincoln, Nebraska, where he had been
attending Hie annual meeting of the
College Presidents' Association of the
M. K. Church of the United States.
T. P. Fit.maurlce and Jeptha
Croeno returned. January . from a
two or three weeks' trip in audi
mam Ice had such faith In the future
of that country that ho purchased 400'
acres, This. ileal was made through!
Ureeno & Oreeno. real estate agents!
of this city, who are tho local agents;
for this laud in this section of couii;1
try. Mr. L. C. Irvine, a former Ore
won boy, and who resides at Mobile.
ifcuWwueHMriawnLi Jptl Q.reerie
representert his company here, and
succeeded in showing Mr. Fltzmau
rice that they had a good proposition
down In Alabarna. liurnen and Jep
tha "rpenn are thinking of irolnir back
r .wsJilht, 'v"x wee.
l,lii in iiiil,; tnun iiii. ii, iiiim'i . , ,, ,,..,.,
around Mobile. Alabama, looklngnver'f,'orisL 1 " ul,(l t:tla''' t0 tl11' ''
that wniulerful country. Mr, Fltz-.ihls son-in-law , D. (,!. Stallard and wife",
ff.l'"or Salo4-Ferrel. Address Italph
WV Kinor.spn. II. II. 1, Hox 25, Forest
City, Mo. t ?
Will Socman, of St. Joseph, was
here, tills week, visiting hi ; mother
and other relatives.
liev. Clllmati Walden. of Napier.
was transacting business In Oregon,
Wednesday of this week.
When In St. Joseph slop at Hotel
ltyan(Kuropean),:it:i S.iitliSt. Steam-
healed rooms. ilncentM to i per day.
Miss Maude Partridge and Mrs.
Hubert Allen are now prepared to do
your dressmaking. Work guaranteed.
Martin Phone, No. 1 .11.
Married, In Itecorder Hlbbard's
ofllcc, Wednesday. January 22, l'.D.'l,
by KsiUlre Jacob King, Karl Case
and Miss Nora Ogden, both of Forest
-Mr. and Mrs. Peter (ialbraith
have been especially happy the past
week, made so by the coming home
for a visit of their son Will and fami
ly, who lesldc at Wellington, Kansas.
We are sorry to hear ol the acci
dent to Mrs. Joe Luiisford. While
grinding sausage, Tuesday night, she
got her lingers caught in the mill In
.such a manner as to grind one off.
Forest, City News.
Judge Jacob Welirli, of Liberty
township, was here Thursday of last
week, and made his settlement with
the county clerk, as overseer of the
Icasant Hill and Itoss (trove dis
tricts. He Is always on time wlthhls
settlements, and one of tin best road
overseers of the canity.
WANTKD: liesldont Manager
for Midland Casualty Co. Llbeial
and attractive contract in capable
party. Write us at once. Charles P.
Whlthread & Co., State Agents
Pieice Itldg.. St. Louis, Mo.
Mis. Minnie Mooio has pmchased
Mrs. Franky Kindt's stamping and
embroidery business, and will eon
duct It. in connection with her other
Arts and Crafts supplies, at her
home, one dooi north of The Sentinel
oltlce. All orders will receive prompt
attention. Your patronage is solic
ited. Twelve carloads cattle, the
property of T. K. Fleming, of Noda
way county, Mo., In transit from Sliai-
tuck. Okla., were lield at the local!
yards yesterday so they could be fed. !
a m '
Fleming bought the cattle in ShaL
tuck and Is taking them to his rami, j
where lie will feed the lot for market
purposes. St. Joseph (iaetle, Jan, K
-Daniel It. Kuukel, of this city,
agent for the North American Life
Insurance Co., of Chicago, tor Hull.
was In Kansas City, Saturday, Janua
ry H, in attendance al a lrui'iiet giv
en by the company for their agents In
Missouri, on account of .Missmni he
lug Mie banner agency, leading .ill
other state for l!ll2. A dellehlfill
time was had, ami Dan says n;
w Mies they would havu them oft 'iier.
D.iu'sa bust let. andlstlolng nl' bus-
hiesshoie for the eompauv.
L.ife Dawsiin. who has hyi.n fiold-
lug a posh Ion as bnokkeeper ai the
Farnieis' llank lor the p.isf dglit
years. Isouuwltli a postoiilci'. pe'lt.oii
and when the iu-w admlnlstr.ftlon
lass(!s the pie Mr. Dawson expeeis 16
In-on the front-seat. Mi. (ilinu'i's
coniiils.slo(i Is dated May II, Itilo.aixl
he has a year and four inout lis yet )
serve. Lster Just as we start to
press we learn that T. A. .aehary l
starting a petition and will also ak.
for the oltlce.- Maltland Huraldt . s
TiikSi'.sti.nki. extends Its hjart);
est congratulations to jloburt L.'Mltf
ton and his bride. The lucky Mady
was Miss Kleanor lienevlevu llrlur, of,
rcrg-usou, .iiissuuri, tne ceremony Dt iirniuni--e i-imihh him. h me ouiu
ing performed at . tht homo 'of' tig needs "It. and Hie ihalri.ge Is Hie mod-Urlile'parentH,-lwFdrKHHl,'WedueB!?rn
,in1 "'"""'I'', "rtv ,,f 'hahihig K
aay, of last week, January IS. It Islj ' '".'ow In huimin. stMde miinAro
culmination of. (.cjiaor days at, til
I.-l.l.. ..in . v......VlVbit i M I ' iin r.iiih hi '"ie "i iihmk in inr
lrksyll eNorma1lU lsag.aduailHnlHI,tli 1)f .,,, ,,,, .,. lmls,
ajsooi tne unicgao riiiversity, an.'
taught In the public-schools of Sfe
Louis.. 'I he groom wo all know asone
of the bright youiiff attorneys of
Norlhwust, Missouri,, and. a soiof i,)r.
ThW areunloyliKtheJrweddhnrttrlp! niantirc, cohimertlal ferllllitcr. Vegp
i.. .i.,. c...i.i..l..i ' 'nble matter, lime, and dcpn nlowlnr
.. .. ... . . .. '
-i . ii. v.nesney., one ot me oui sej.-
tiers of thls county, cdmlng here In
1HIS, and settling about tun jnlle
Douthwest of iForost ( Clt.Vi wliere lu
tnade his home until last 'March,
when he romnvdd to Itobstown. Toi.
as, id nillesi west of Corpm, Chrlstl,
Texas, with his sous, Samuel, Kdgar
and his daughter, Miss (nice, In
Maidi, died at his home lp
notistowu, Sunday morning last,. Ian
nary ID, IIH.'I. He would have Ik'oii
i)H years old the 2Dth day of next- Feb
The remains were brought to
southwest or i-orest city, ami on
Wednesday of this week the funeral
was held from the M. K. Churci),
jtoutli, Forest City, conducted by
the pastor, llev, C. C. Miller, and the
remains were taken to Oregon where
they were laid to rest In the cemete
ry-there. ' ThevHldreti, Sirauel; Kd-
gar and Miss (Irace, accompanied the
remains back to MlssourJ. The v'austi
of Ida death was Iwa'rl i rouble Obit-'
nary nnt. wek.
At n fnfrntrV liiVi'mi'lfoi lon.i ng6
tho ipiestlcn ilo.'i'iI flow many
Iiiii?i.uu.'8 Iimvi) kilns'' Vim run wry
eanlly kiio"b the nutiire of the H'IiIIm
to" rlils ( HcBlfoi,, Tor lioin- nt tliose
present IiikI iiiiicIi ol im lilirt Aluii ii
llo really Is After u eliori. explonn.
tloii it was .agreed thnt nearly ewry
one present hi reality linn u silo ol
poini) kind, rfonn- of Hh-kc. wim nscil
for mvhm rrultK, corn, nml others ror
preseivhiK culiliiiRH for future nso
Wo ilon't really spoiili ot those us
sIIoh, lint i In. i fferl on the mnlim of
tliew lieds wlirn placnl In Jarx Is the
nine as It Is with corn when stored
In flu' silo- In other words silage N
Rropn corn incMervpil b storing In mi
nlr-tlght stmt lure.
There prohulily me very few tminiT
boys thai do not rrliieiiilier some rainy
day or eviilnu when ull hands ant
busy propai hiK the ciildiaKe to lilt the
kraut la I I'rolnilily no thought n
Riven die siihjott neaiiK. t
yearly tnnk, and no one realized hni
In effect the sat lug of the ciililmge by
making It into himii s the .-iniie nf
making nun sllnge h uiiiloiiliti'dlv
served n good purpose hi hooplm-, Mo
family hi u healthy eondltiou limine
the whili'l monllis when other ureen
food was not avallalil". The name
true of sllago, which afford a Foicru
lent nml noiirlsliluu feed for the lli
Then- may lie n ipiesllon n to
whether nil stock w III eat the sour rorti
silage, hut give them u chain mid thi
thought will he ipilekly dlspelliiil, t'or
alt stuck f-iii sllnge ven greedily nml
tho lettiriiH In the lorm nf milk and
meal will limply pay lor nil tli iroiilih
Yours veiy truly.
I II r. HKUVICt: HI'ltCAU
L. O, Miller, lleruiirdnlnn. Mats.,
writes us follow e: "Could ou kindly
give me some hiforiiiiitloii idiniit voge
tnhle oils that lire used lis siitistltutes
for Unwed oil? Wheio. In your opin
ion, f until soy tieiuiM nml yimlluwers he
most protltuldy giowtiT"
There tire various oils to adulterate
llnxeed oil, lint we an! nut aw are of nuy
oil that will lake Its plme. or even
mid nliythhiu in Its value II seems
that Unseed oil Is the only one that
liaH hit been found Hint possesses Hip
proprr dryliiK ipialltles to necuro the
results desheit. Vliiitepr Is milled to
It peoniH lileielv to II" II iletrlllK'Ilt
R"V l,,'"ll' "m' i'V","w r" ,,my V!'
,,1rnn,"',.!' "n,w" T'"'
fiMti.i 'I'lintii. HtA ii niiiiii niniii" I'ljinniid
"l. " . . , ." "tr,..
aml w Mu,u, n,.,, n, ,Mdt. west
r .... i,orlmii tlve ilw hunt
return?, ah thhiR" eonatdered In
Colorado tin Humlati sunflower makes
a wondiiful srowlh. It Is mnwn noiii
i.teniM'. 'mi feil.t- elnt Limn
The s-' ' '''in Is ' 'on 'hit will
sliilid a ei"'ii deal oi Irv 'Vi-ather.
hen,'.- i imiilliiliU ut-'i've in rather
dry oil', i It 1 1 1 1 1 1 (.-1 i resiniiuli'
moisture :i well perhntiR ns uuy oilier
POp It l alO'VII lAtl-IIKlVel,- thlOllllll-
out Hie M'tiili: otso oiiie .r the hnrdv
t til -t l.-f ! found i', 'h tt il
It vim me ihlnklue of innlm: wi-.t
wltli a it-, 'o Oilluu op "idi " -r
.is -'inwlnr Ins.. "iit.s. i" -
llifoi iiriHeii ''V .ill'1 ' s ' i , - '
tali- ellltl e 'll lie '
Vo'i niny ii" aide
Infill miitloii tis hi tea
addreHflin.' .'he ti "it'
IT llatterv I'ln e. S ,
if Hi" I'n'o', 1'"'
tin ti- ie On !
I ,t,l.' ..' h t'V
it .'no.. 'V .
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t'ei oud sli i I"mI'ii'.. I
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I It C s'KMVHT. MPUHAC.
LAND DRAINAGE A cTeCFSSITY
Wall Drained Soil 'III Give Best Re
tOrni Care Should be Evereieed
In Laying Tils Drain
Iteply to J. ' Tally. Stevenson, Ala.
KV l" ' ... ".J"":.'" ' T Vl
BU),,lH , conimertial fertilizer,
rttnhh niamire and legumes; If It In
Hour, tin npill titlon of lime Is nee
essury: If tin- soil Is compact mid ttirre
If hard pan, deep plowing must he
done. Hut It It needs dmlnagi' stable
Mil ho of little avail.
Tlur0 , innII. thousandH of ncreR
f imid that are dry enoni-'h to Induce
furmeiH to try to farm them and are
wet eiiough to soak nil Hie' profit nut
of tiltlvntlnB them. Dmlnnce on
n"h soils Is very 'irgent
nrainuge may lie very simple or a
very complex problem. 'it nmy rcipllro
rxact engineering so that every avail
able hicli of full may ho utill.oll or the
location of the tile may bo so apparent
(hut the average practical farmer can
eosily locate It with the eye. Iletween
'hose two exlremss there are cason
requiring vnrylng degrees of skill
II i in il eoiiiiiirnieti propusiiinn uie
ervlces of n reputable enghicer'Hliould
lie Heeuredi If there are merely wet
spots In your field, or If your field Is
wet with plenty of fall, you should
tin able to locate and lay your tile with
no difficulty by following the methods
outlined In the t'nlontown, Alubama,
Canebrake Experiment Station bul
letins, Numbers :i, n, 6,' and 10. Be
sure that uo mlttake ls made In tiling
your land. Tiling land la expenilv
"bould b done right. (
You r' SSZU- mummun " '
' i -
and all during the cold Fall and Winter
months his house is kept warm and
cozy for his wife and babies.
A Perfection Oil Heater ta tmoet mcUepeae.
able when there are children in the home. Every
home haa uaea for it.
MmJt uilh nitktj triminlnf. ftminlmtt tntmtUd lurvmiM
'" . Irmmt. Ornamtnlml. Inttptntlw. for yr:
mmlily man fnm rm a nn, Al tttmhtt rrywAr.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
An UdUM CrMrlJl
V U (!ons.sts of III! acres, about, onii
Its or t )reon: lias a splendid new dwelling of live rooms. ootl barn
and other out buildings, also a brand new cement cave, 2 cisterns and
water In branch usually. Plenty of fruit. Located on one of the
best niads leading Into the city, i'rlce, l,00o.
Nil o. is a ilni,. farm of .11 acres, located one-half mile northeast of Forest.
l Ity .school building; has dwelling of four rooms, barn Itlx'.'t, built
llilo: smoke house and chicken houses, a good well of water and two
cisterns, Price, 10O per acre.
N'i I.Y Is a splendid Holt county bottom farm of U7 acres, all under fence.
liood three-room dwelling with cistern, barn 40x42, corn crib 8x32,
hen house 12x20. coal and hog house. Lots of good stock water.
Apple and peach orchard. Two miles from good railroad town.
Cheap at iXM.
No hi. Is a farm nf 12 acres; has frame duelling of ." rooms, pantry anil
closet, :: porches. Ihiilt and remodeled In ltilo. Darn 28x.'l(), built
llioo. Hen and smoke house: corn crib; well and largo cistern:
fenced with barb and hog wire; about .KM apple trees, also peach,
near, cherry, plum and apricot tiecs: grapes, black lierrles, rasp
berries and straw berries; two acres In limber, balance In grass and
other crops. Located about 2 miles from Forbes, cm main road. A'
good I Kiinc for someone and Winn will buy It.
V" I. Has dwelling of six rooms, besides halls and closets. Two level lot!,
-the vacant lot lielng sultablu for building purposes. Located 1,
blocks west of court, house sipiaru Will sell house and one lot, sop
arate. or will sell vacant lot, alone. Price, all sold together, 2.on.
Vo. i. Ik a oni'-siiiiy house consisting of s moms wood shed and coal
lioitsi!. Ilarn. 2 siilundhl cisterns never dry - one lot with some
fruit, mi sanie. Tilts dnolllm; is situatril ulihlu ' blocks nf cottrjl
house anil In good repair.
I am prepared to make you a loan on your farm at " per cent annual
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Mi. (.'. Jlartratu and muther.
Mis piper, entertained Sunday last,
i joUy crowd of young people, of SI
losfph: .Miss Ivan llaker, of the
First. Natlqnal llank; MKs (iiace Col
vln, of the St, Joseph Stock K
change, and Mr? Stanton' Mltcilell. a
buyer at the St. .lpeph Stock Yard-.
Mrs. I'iper, who In bent ' on-'n1'. vlslr
with her daughter, will shortly leave
to spend tlie winter In Tcx&s
Daddy doetn't go out
to hunt for rabbit skins
to keep the baby wtrm.
ne m less romantic,
but more practical.
He buys a
for Sale !
- haJf in I In smit liwi'st from eltv'llnl-
;,r For Sale.
I s i :.(o acres, J mile northwest 'of
(Iregon; .1 room house, pantry, 2
, porches, brick walled cellar; 2clsterns.
one on porch and one at barn. Ilarn
. 16x30 fe.et, good chicken house attach
ed,; apples, peaches, pears, plums,
cltcrrles. aprlcou, erabanples, grapes
gooseberries, currants, quince. In
Oregon School District. 1 All under
'good fence. 1600 will buy It.
i Mm. L. B. Smith,
Of egoo, Mo., Bout 1.