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HOIJ COI STV i:miMKKKS.!
The County Court Names the Roadj
Overseers for 1913---
Good Ganf I
Where Is The Man?
( oo-l'lrsble curiojMly has in
FARMS FOR SALE!
aro.- asto'h hereaUt.of the .... .
driver i onfitff of i hors- ind b-jtfcv .. ,.i .mAv l.n.ii.. flr chicken
whlcit as atandonttl lntheleidner mon c; ,,' ' one jt'hjuw- 2l sprlnvr new harn :x4l feet, crib In
Mie botne of Out I'owe::. about t 1 brn. "Alwi.t "0 app e trisrt. 3me cherry, peach a S i r pC 1 over
It's (the ilight Jweight cham
pion of the world. In a fair
and open fight the sturdy
Ford has won its title-and
holds it-because it has more
strength for its weight, and
can deliver more power for
its size, than any car in! the
, Kvery tlilr'l car I. a Ford. Neri )
have ri sold and delivered, New prices
runabout Vt'Si touring car fi delivery
car K-town car ).. with full n'lulpmifi'
f o. b. Detroit Get particulars iron Keevet..
f'ook Auto Co Oregon. Mo
Ogden Found Guilty.
The Jury at Illiwa'ha. Kansas
tins hi the Albert .loslln murder cav;.
returned a :fJlc of marislaui-hner
In the Mrs, decree, on Moridiy of
this week, agalns' li r' Ogdeti
.loslln was found murdered the
night of ley H hi the northeast
pari of this wirit) about five mit'.-s
from Kulo. Neb. IllVvdhounds were
obtained from Heat rice . Veb . awl
taken lo the scene of tli': iuurd:r.
Th dogs followed a 'rail 'o t.hehotne
of Ogdeti. and up to the heels of the
horse, he v.'i'fi driving 'ha' even.
.fo: liobldoux. wimwas wiM, ogden
at the time h; .nurder was commit
ted, confessed that he saw Ogden hit
his victim with a club as he sat In
his buggy in a 'lr inken and l,"ii
condition, kriklrii him ou' of h.-.
buggy and killing him. .losdn form
Hf.y llvH a' Isige.ow. having moved
from 'here several year, ago
I.oberl Kussi-;. of Mo mil ( itv
wa in if.jiron . las week, vlsl'hu'
relatives and friends ari'l tVjklngaHer
oiri business In'eres's
Oeorge F 'man olfla rwj(jfni-- (
' ji on Main s'ref. 'hi week. In the
second hloek nor'h of th'! Woodland
hOt:l. on tin; WeV of the st ree-
u, M:ljiirn 'arson, for .Vri.
I'rof K. .1. I'owei,. 'jj(rlrit.-ri'lrt'
of our schools, was In I.lririeus. his
former home for a ''oipie of days,
last Hi.'k, ttkn: h: delivered his
Illustrated lecture, Heboid ilieMau
Hanson Murray ai.-compiriled him
manipulate tin: machine
Real Estate List.
No. I JlO-aeru farm l-V acres tine wheal already piantid PiacresCoru '
land, 10 acres meadow, 10 :n-ies of timber. 'I his Is one of the finest farms In
Mie Missouri bottom, and very cheap. This farm Is'-'i utiles from a good It.
11. town and It netted theownert 1.7)0 las! year this statement can lie :rlt1l
at any time. Very reasonable 'erms. and only per acre. Mii.tlbeseen io
appreciate the real value.
No. -'. l.'S'.'-ai-re farm. miles from Oregon. miles from I oreii ( t:
good Improvements. 1 00 acres corn. -7 acres pasture. ." acres 'Imher. fiood
liog tight, letices all around the farm and cross fenced, and in good condition.
Good well. Kood three room house, ko-hI shed h.irn. This is a t.wl larin and
a rare haru'alu at per sere. Very reasonable terms.
No. I. 10 acres nood land. J: miles iruin (ireun; od t liter room frame
liouM-. with larije pantry; line stock well, i-'ooil cistern at house: new barn
and a dandy too: hoi; tlu'lit fences all lound the farm, and cross fenced, all
fences In tine idiape: ii)fd orchard, ah jut ii-i,... This would make i tine
home for tie rlijlit man See ns fur price.
No. it. .Vi acres, J miles ol i ireon. ab mt .ft .u'res Ml, I ("reel, bottom,
balance hill lanil In cultivation ihtod liuuse and barn. Hood fence.. This
Ih a komI farm and worth the mone.v. lose to two yoo'l markets. See us fur
No. Imi acres. J. miles f I west t Itj. fair liiinoemeiits. 1'Ju.icresln
cultivation, halani't! timlfir land. iool terms and Immediate possession,
(.licapest In nil In the bottom
No. II. Iacies. No improvements. .Ml In cultivation Vhoul i,
miles from I 'west (,'ltj. This I'J acres iiroduced about .VI busliels ol corn per
acre last jear This Is a rare bargain.
No. II'. loi acres, miles of ireyoti: all In ill ls.it Ion. Must best-en to
appreciate Hie real value.
No. II. ''I acre tract, all in cultivation, eceenl impiovc merits, riew
hoiiM: and barns, line I mi; fences: an IiIimI farm for a uo'td home, only 2 miles
of Ori'Kori. This farm Is iik.w. VAi.tti:. Sec us for price linmedl.iiel).
No, hi. 0) acres of line wheat laud in Mead (.'ounty. Kansas; .V) au
broken: all is tillable. This Is in a wheal raising section, and a bargain
No. lo. Twenty ticres, J) miles of (.'oriilnt.', Mo.: smalljlioiise, fenced mi
two sides, lays well. For Kile or trade.
No, 17. .I.'O acies In Kluu l'sier('oiinty,ill.laliiiiiiu,.'tuillehof Columbia.
40 acres apple orchard, 'H hlherta peach trees. I'.'O acres In cultivation
balance hay land and pasture. Fenced on all sides, partly I) ok fenced. New
five room house, pantry xlo, smoke house, chicken house, barn, wind mill
with steel Mod; tank. I'rlce U,hhi. Sale or trade.
No. IH. 70 acres, -'t miles southeast of Fillmore, Mo.; koI live room
Iwuse, two sprltiKs and rurinlriir water, two good wells, cistern at house.
Good barn. Hok IIkIH fences all around farm and crossed fenced. Half of
this farm Is cultivated, balance pasture and black walnut ami white oak.
about tioou worth of both. This would make an excellent, stock farm and
Uie proposed Intcrurlati will advance the price of this land saon. I'rlce for
quick sale, per acre.
No, It), m acres, live miles of Orecun, Mo ; three room house, barns; 117
bottom. Ummkm hill land. About loo acres In cultivation, wire fnce
all around place. Hill land Is timbered, three wells, cisternal house. Three
acres tine orchard. Sec us for price,
No. 'JO. Ki acres, raw land In the Missouri liot torn; fenced, About live
mill's from Ori'Kon. We have the price.
;niarraony. . ,.
4 Minn. Valley..
&fale Center. .
lO.Hras'i fV .'
lI(Cl.-fjda t .
17 Franklin. .
1 South Center
If l'lriant HI.
'-'1 Wild llos..
2.1 Mln. .Sprliu'
II Shlloh . .
32 Hairby . .
.13!alr. . .
.1', Walnut Grove
13 New Foin'
U Marlon ..
U Idlewlld. ..
.11 Imrr Oak.
V. Iiriili Col'v .
.I3rj ,' land
II S U...
Vi M.i (lower .
.Vi Whit- ...
HI lllull i I'v
til Hiker ....
CI I Merc.
tt irl -t.7ik
,(.ornlni!.. . .
J. H. Uut'.
IS. C. Kuhn
W. H. IftVel.
K W. lireory
W II love
JiWb Wel.r I
I T. Jons
Ii IJ. Kleffer.
A. I. Hat bom.
V. r Karris.
F. L. William..
.1. K. Ilndsifi
It. s. Urown
I! S Urown.
T. T. Wlwn
I. W. Smith
.1. I) Morris
( bas. Williams
(' (.'. Urown
I red Kraerner.
.1. h. hunt
W. .1 Glass.
M k Wri.-h'.
A. W Vanf'.i.rip.
I K. Mark'
M M Mrlri-.vr. .
A. A. Kln.ey
.1. W. Stepbelisfln
Ilobt M'jrt .
.1. A Milne
F. M. Morrl
W. It. routs.
A ui'. Sbroeder.
S. T. Thompson.
IN I'. Mwire
No. I. one and three-fourths acres In (Iri'ifon; ood, practically new
house, live-rooms; new barn; iinod cave; Hood outbuildings. I'rlce t2iNiO,
No. 2. -Located in Oregon, 1 blo:ks of square; four-room framu house;
cistern; cellar; lusciiirnt: kouiI lien house: plenty fruit, 'double lot. ()u
one ofjthe best streets In town; cement walks In front. I'rlce I7.10.
No. :i. ForcsM.'lly pioperty. New four room house, two Kood lots, uood
cistern, kooiI wood house, hen house, youni; urapes, apples, peaches, imod
truck Ktirden, I'rlce fit-'.O. you cannot, build I lie house for this price.
No. 4. I full lot, .1 room house, closets and pantry, two porches, rock
wall cellar with cement Door, cistern, smoke house, new vvnodandcoalhou.se,
hen house, Imiks'.v shed, stable for two horses, uraln bin; practically level lot;
cement walks. I'rlce I(1-VI.
No. il. (iooil residence property, 2 blocks of square, .1 room house, electric
lighted, water works, 2 cisterns, k0'' harn aixi. hen house. Situated on one
of the best street.s and on one of the bust lots In Oregon, I'rlce 41700.
We have other farms and city properties not listed. Call
and et prices and terms,
liiHTKN': If you wish your property to brlnu more, see us
for reasonable terms,
GREENE & GREENE,
Office Over Koock ClothtSfi Co., . OREGON, MISSOURI.
. Mutual Phoae, 157.
Make Annual Settlements.
The various overseers In charge of
the ro.id work of the county tiled their
annual settlements. The l)r. eonimn
represents the amo'int to the credit
of lb"! dlst net . and tin- (,'r. column
shows tin- jiiiouu' expended by the
overstiiir The iire.-edlrn; the a'
column ol tU'uie- Indicate, the
atnoin' overdrawn by 'he overseer.
The law as it now stand, holds the
overcer personally responsible lot
failure to collect the pull lav. and He
county court will adhere strictly to
tnls piovlslon of the law. uil will nu'
allow any overseei credit lor any dc
lln"iucney on his poll ta list, and will
expect them to collect the amount, 01
pay It out of thulr pocket -so it Is up
to the overseer to k'ct his pill tax.
I list. iiwirseer. Dr. i.'r ll.n.
tS Ant- .-,-hnM-ili-r tin": flt id lll't.7
.V. .1. VV. flmlirt y .. .IITI't III M 1
.K'rmik (tlttstin ...
..I. I.. WrUlit
A W ViiiiC'uinp.
,r. (.' Urown
,11. W. Smith.
. Mixlti Morn-
V. (.-. Kuril"'.
V. It. liuiinlliiNi
M II. Wrlirht ... .
Jl irl Kurmis .
. HH. Hhull
.1!. l.lioc .
,P. II. Murray . .
. Vlie-ii lloiit'r ....
.0, C. ItiKk..
. P. I'. Wlls.HI
t-cvi'. il. ltul.t r
M .. P. t:. Mnrkt.
I W. II. Iftnrliuwi.
11 CIlllS. SHIIllttll .
73. I.. W. Not Icy .
'Si I'lill, I'ulirmitii ,.
Vi. I. K. Un it
:i. vv. t. iidiid. ,
li-il (leu. Vomlitr
It . I leu II it r
1.1 I T. .Iiines . . .
Irt. It. A. IHllieiili
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:m. .1. i:. HikIkIu .
33, It.S.lllliwn .
M, .1, i. Morris
:i Vt'. Hunker
:ei,. .Ira Alklrn
Jil,. Tints, IViley
7... I.. II Mitiiiit',
71-7.1 l-il. It titer
41 I'riil Kimiik'I-.
. 137 II
I II -'I
CIS Si I
1 1,7 ii
T. A. Lone;, I). V. S. Up-to-date
Veterinary. Ol) Ice at home. Ilotli
I'houes, No. I.I.
Dr. Whltisell, eye and ear special,
lit; se corner Uth and Kdmond. St
Joseph. Iloth Plionen, 043.
-.For Sale My farm of 112 acres,
fourrallea north, and 1 of a mile went
of Oregon. Call on or address,
Foreat City, Mo., Route l.
r.M,i. -suiiuaj inamin ito, .u, wit jf, ,. , .jvv.jn. l'tl:e. '.".OXV lr acre
rll was yreri tV pxssth John NlisCil . . ..... ,. fr,(i .. Vret
home, arid later near the Shlfoli I". Il s'' - ,4i 3C'V'"" '"'.J' . i??.!il JJi' elilfL-pM Imtise. new
urch. a number of t,un folks on. iV. .i'a'l iriu: fair bTin foi -4 horks. crib attached
the way o .Sunday schcolnotlC'-'Jthit i to bam. 1VJw. ,ited a an Implement shed. Small fruit, .i acres airaila
the driver was a tranirer.anddev:rlb- meadow . S, acre, timothy and clover I'H'ure fenced JtOK-tlKnt. adou; 4..
i i, i, ,t , ..r,..i. f..i . acre irI t mlr. tn.ince in euisivauon. rrice, t..i.-v i-.
No. .. l:s acre, -room house: moke house, chicken hout;
barn for hors. crib and granary In barn. I'.OOO bushels capacity: twe
h heds wili and :.4xl2. concrete foundation. Mce mapje and pint
yrove-. abo' tVwo acr orchird 1'each orchard of 1W trees, fenced Into
" rield ami t acres b.uerass pasture: 10 acres meadow or pj
tur- - a"es line aifa.fi. lu.t -jwn and up nice, 11' acres fall plowed, 10 acre
chover. abJut " corn. This Is a tine farm and must be i seen to lie ap
oreclited. I'rlce for hjr: time inly. M-).iO per acre. Located 41 ralles.
ha-1 opened two Kates ind drher. Into Ma,,ind , 1
the field, had unhitched from the No. .Vi acre., unv .', inlivs from Uion. 'f f,e?,ls'
bu,,y. .aser, off the harness, and t.ed ho-y and J 'Ha 1 rcU &i
7iZZlU i.n.iLML. .u-ern it hduvtii barn. 'J4xl- feet, crib In barn, plenty hay
rj js iiriit;u anu iiau linen
horse a feel of oats. In the bUkV.v
was a hors blanket, a pair of over-
ably 10 years of a,-e. with a cap drawn
weii over hi ear md wearlru a or-
Monday morning, Mr l'owe;. noticed
the rltf In his t,, and later In tl.e
day. as It wa still In the same nlace.
he went to investigate. The stranger preciatea.
shoes and part of a sack of oils. Mr
I'owell took the old hoiMtoJthe turn,
feil and watered It and turned i in"
the sttvk Held.
No trace whatever uf the man wa
found and If he mide auv tracks in
departlru,'. they were coverel up by
the half Inch of sno which fell Sun
day nlht. Parties who went from
town. Tuelay afternoon, returned
after a fr ilth.-s search, and an .her
part imposed of neighbors of Mr
1'owen spent severa, hourstjday look
f -r '.aces of theunn.but wltle. r
avail Maltland Herald. 1-b
lie' room: o acre, fetic-d hotlht. balance 4 wires: '.' ifooa wells, one " oarn.one
in pasture: i.ov M.ed. 12x30 feet. Sjj all,: "'.K" .
, shim . e ro-'jr. uasemeni snea unuei tnn. t .irzi v..-. i -
' V'l.- it . . i.,..i; i i w,'iM.san iii budded noach trees: about acres scat-
terin timbered biuerass pasture, mostly Hurr Oak and Hickory: never fall
in riintiin,: water Tills l an extra kjood. new.y improved, small farm and
Is a rare naraln a' H'UO r-r acre
V, t Hj acres, r, miles nurtlieas' jf 'own. new improvements: -woom
' hoj-: .'ii.'ke hoii".-: chicken house: common cellar: cistern: Irtred wells,
, pump In on-; trarn. J'x40 feet, room for lo hor.-: Aj ton hay mow: crib,
1 1' feet I acre vouiik.' orchard, some small fruit: 11 acres alfalfa: land Is
fenced and crss fenced with wire and hedges "Jo acres fenced Ii0!tl2ht: creek
j runs tl.rojtfh farm: ail except creek -an be cultivated: '.'o acres wheat and
I sown 'o tltnothv: 1" acres rye. This is a splendid farm Trie, ilii.m pet
acre i Uie-lia f casji balance tnaytrun to year-.
No In si) acre.. 7 mhes fr.jin (Jreiroii. mile, from rlhuioie: .".-rooti.
. Iiou'c. pati'rv and p r-h smoke house, chicken house: stone arch cave: barn
llxAi fe-t. well at bouse, .prlnvr at birn. well In pasture, com crib x.i2 feet.
sle. t f,et wide ful' letu-th M crib: enouuh rcliard lit family use. most
all kinds .mill fruit. Jo acre, timber pasture st to hhiera.. I.'atid is
feticnl and "-ro.si tencvl mostly hoiitlk'ht: acre fall wheat and acre
rv. This 1. 1 i-M farm fir 'he tnom-y. 'rl.-e. other land near
lil. canri' I- Itouk'h' for less ihan .h.li to iYJ'ii per acre I'ropo'ed In
te' irbiti Itr I ll!m : wl erihaiuv tl.e value ' t Jl'.'Visi In a short time
N . .1 it ii acres, ,ij mi, e, frjin M yjiel i Ity Tin- improvement..
cgnsln if r torn house, concrete pjreh. barrel cistern ami nrics cave ai
door. Ih use . nicelv decorated and newly painted, has tirleK foundation'
concrete walk, lawn'ls feiicud: cow barn for 1.1 cow .. heavy oak floors: hay
room fur abs ut .Vi ton lialid hay. Inr'e barn. I hcrsis. orlb in barn. .Tin
bush"! capaeltv: a bin. iVj bushel capacity. hcd attached and stalls In
same f r -. hor'se. jrcow.:, .n-i'A for t or o top. hay: work shop. .1 chicken
houses. ,. ,t ssiuke I use. garden fenced with .Vfoot woven wire; '1 pood
.veil'. rie ha gasoline eiiulne, Inlli pinup ntid i ti.'ltle lioti-eii in iiouse. nas
; concrete foundation: orchard of .Vi peach tree.. J'-' cherry tree... 1-' plum
n't bj:es of 'ii.t-cias. tiu.jthv Lav 1 tree.: land Is practically all In mass. HMlleriiu tlmlier etiouch for family
uldrt'.. M M'Mii tise:'lr fourths miles to scnooi anil cnurcii: in main roan: leiepnuite ami
' ' ,1!. I. I. The land 1. roiiKh, but nood soil, nu rocks, land (.fenced and
lcros.f..uced. This little farm is now ued as a dairy farm. Is a money maker
ami I and Is a u'oodi place for anyone wautini; a small dairy farm ami a nice home
at a tn tde.t co.t. I'rlce for -pick sale, iV . If interested, vie' busy.
Member. tit M)er l'M..ti I;
will please remember their te-xt tue.--.
Iri' wlli;be heiil -iMirday. Tebruarv
tr.'. 101.1. at J p m at the home of Ih-v .
I. d'owt-:: I.et therelieafuilatU'rid.
atiee. Ii;. 1 . MnItllAN.
for ae. C'a I
t 'rek'on, Mo.
lirlrik' v'uir M line biir
your pictures to be framed.
OI'.KWV rritNITI'IM; m.
My lesldvnce in ureiioii l .for
.sale. For particular, call on or .id
dres. Mus. Ili.iAiurrii lln.vn.
Mound City. Mo.
The man who Ilirured Uiree years
jt mon- :iko that Holt county land had ! f interested, et busy
re:icliefl lis lltnlts .s:t inlslfiWeft tts Is I
evidenced from the sale of the elhtv
acre farm 'if I toy Meyer, south of town.
This firm was sold last weektoGioui
Andes lot tII,.IVi. or M'.' an acre,
which was Ti.'jmoie per acre than was
paid by Mr. Meyer for 'he land les.
than three yearsaijo. .1 T. lloseb'-rrv
was the agent who riet'otlated 'In
sale. Mound liy New-
Tue home of Mi. ami Mis. i iank
l-'iihiman. four 'iiiles northeast of
N'f. I'J.. acres. ; mile, from t ire'on. abjut I miles of Klllmure; house
of o rooms, ciose' and pantry: smoke house, chicken house, common cellar;
J cisterns, well at barn: barn .'toYI'.' feet, crib Included. i"i htt. capacity;
shed altaclied to birn. Small orchard of pears, some small fruit: Ai acres
tlinothv and clover meadow: o or . acres hluerass pasture; land Is fenced
and cios, fenced, mostly ho.'tls'ht: about ." acres timber; balance could be
; cultivated. Thi. Is a good so for the money- I'rlce, -si.no per acre This
antl No, hi wo'ild make a k'O'nl lui for anyone wanting' a X'vl stock farm.
So. I.J lt.0 acres. I . miles from ireiiuti. This Is an AI farm, new Im
provements. ii-room house with bathroom, '.'closets anil pantry: harn ,'ix4P
concrete crib I'pOo bu. cap.icl'y In harn. lariro haymow: smoke house, chicken
house; larirc oncrete cave: '.' vrood welN; J extra irood never falling springs:
l or ."I acres orchard, most all kinds small fruit. 'tO Kleller pear trees; If,
acre alfalfa: l'"t acres clover and blneuras. pastuie. iiichulltii; -0 acres tlm.
bered pa.tuae set to bluepra.s: 1'0 acre, wheat; land . fenced and cross
fenced Into ." Held, and pastures hoirtlnht. This s an extra ood farm and
a money maker. Must be seen lo be appreciated. Will carry half or more
on the land for from .1 to " year. If delied at less than o per cent Interest,
det prices on other nood farms, then f" no and look thl. 'ami ver and
compare .oil. Improvement., and prices I'rlce, fi'i.issi.iin
No. II. liiOucrcr, ' mile, south uf yiauiand. miles itom Oreiton.
Ihs tliftll .". tnlte frntn :lllottler tnivif llnnrni-iiliititif . milt (ilr l.nt nll nvi.
town, was completely destroyed by sit.red this farm Is a i are bargain, .m acres wheat: about 4o acre, yr.iss; ex
lire, yesteiday :ilteriiooii. about 'J:.'!'), cellent fences, mostly liontiht Tlil farm Is for sale. All cash and the
oVIofk. Mr. rulirman .uid hlsslstei-1 1"1'" l1-rik?''1- Ih'tter come 'u oillei and yet particulars.
In-law. Miss i ipil lllack. wereat liome Have a llttn- faun to trade for small stock of tfrucorles. Some land
when the tire, which Is supposed tn' ' exchaniri' for cheap Western 'inarter. What have you to etchanueV
have started Iroui a Hue, heuau burn
lug. Most ol the lurnilun- on the
lower floor was saved, but nutlilriu'
on the second lloor Mi. and .Mrs.
Kiihrmati ate making their
the present with the latti
but have not decldetl where they will Sl) . )J()(K, u ,.room ,K,UM) a( , (js. u, t , , t , , ,
move. 'J he house was owned by Mrs. i oul. located on i- city lots: city water and "J cisterns; pump In kitchen; irood
Ida lllack, and was Insured lor cellar under housii; also cellar under work house; concrete walks In front ol
with the Farmers' Mutual Insurance I property; also around house; ; some fruit; vineyard, etc: ijooiI out-bulldlns:
Co lellersonhn Feb i l!00,, lo,,atl(JI,: ll,ak" :l "XM V'l for ipilck sale.
o. .1. ist acre., .i-i miles iroin t ralir, Mo.: . room house. Hath and
pantry, smokehouse, chicken house ami uranary; new cistern. .VX) barrel
capacity: water piped Into house. Kxtra larue brick cave lMx'.'4 lent, 8 feet
liluli. walk straight Into cave, no steps. Ham lix'M feet-, hay mow and corn
crib. Annie, neach and near orchard, tl acres alfalfa, hai-mre ui,it ninu.
pasture. This Is an excellent home for someone wantlnua home just outside
! the city limits, I'rlce M.ouo.nn,
elooili house with imich: house elect rlc-liLdiled lliruuehnitf. frac.
i . ami .ur . tu,ai hliiek, contaliiltiK almost I city lots- ood well, cistern and city water;
.lr h ime for cellar: 'J room. In basem,.,t-, table f'ir I horses; curn, crib, hou lots. etc.
it's mother. I'rlce il.Vi,
The work of dlKirin the new
Nodaway river was tlnlshed, Friday
nlKht, January .'list. The bl steam
dredge which for two years has leen
eating Its way from (he state line at
Uraddyvllle, will nose back Into the
channel at Quitman some time late
this afternoon or tonight. When that
happens, the river will have a new
courseof sixteen miles instead of forty-.
cIkIi'. miles of tortuous channel that '
blocked the waters and Hooded tin:
lowlands for miles. The new channel .
will have a fall of three feet to the
mile. With the work ended, the 1Ik
bridge at Quitman and loaded nu the
cars for shipment to the next job. It I
will cost iHOO to merely dismantle and j
load the machines -Mary vllle I ribune.
.John F. Iduti, of HIk Lake, came
down to()rei,oii, in his car, Monday of
this week, arriving here about one
o'clock. For company and to nlve
them a ride, he invited u lew of his.
nelKliliorns, W. I'. lluckner and son.J
O, W. Jackson and (!. A. (irasty, to j
accompany him, which they did, as
John lold tlieiii he vvuttld be icady to I
return In an hour or so. About.':) p.
in,, we met the hunch nu the street,
looking for John, also thinking out
loud In pretty strong Innmiane. What
time they found blin we do not know ,
but knowing John as well as thoydld,
and how long Ittakeshlmtogetrcady
to start from home and to return
home, they do not get any sympathy
from us. It is a well known and es
tablished fact that when John comes
clown to Oregon on the train, when tin
gets ready to return home, ho always
has to make a run for the train, and
his friends lave to telephoue tho depot
to "hold the train, John Irlen In com
ing on the run."
1 have othcijproperties fur sale and exchange. Call at oillce for further
Information, Yours for business,
A. W. Cotten,
Both Phones, 124.
BARGAINS IN FARMS.
Have more farms listed than I can advertise
If you are in the market for a farm,
come and see me.
Exchanges A Speciality.
If you wish to borrow money on your farm, 1 can loan the money to jou
for 0 per cent Interest. wmiey to you
Otllce upstairs in 1'eacher building, east side of square.
(TRfYRm?. a T Turnua
OREGON, Both 'Phone.
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