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Made Over the
New Knob Last
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,
$2.75 to $4.00.
Warm are the meats
that cat maam four
ateck arafHa. They
lMtp your pigs from
Shriving, stunt the little
man, affect your brood
tows and the sizo and
Vigor of their litters. Some hogs with
warms will eat their heads otr and not
in a pound; others will Rln slowly,
any die and if Cholera breaks out in your
Neighborhood, the worm Infested hogs
are first to tako it and almost sure to die,
Sal'Vtii la a medicat
ed stock malt. Slops clt
losses from worms quick
ly. No pay If It fall?. No
drenching, or dosing, jiut
put a supply where your
hogs ccn run to It frcslv
and they will doctor themselves. You
will maku morn money Irnm hogs If you
uso Sul-Vct. Thousands have provn
It. Wo carry Sil-Vet in 6 sites of pack
ages from 75c up. Comu In and cm u
package to try
Read what R- C Stan.. Pmrla. III.. 80. Amerlcun llamn.tilr. fi.ulnn tltrA a, d.a.
aWnolt Swine Brmlcri' Atwctatlon av
! H find that Sal-Vet U the mom Perfect worm entcrmlrutar on the market today. It will
positively uo an ma you claim ror ii. mere l naininK witiun my knowledge m good
ad reliable or a cheap." (ssi
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d OREGON. MISSOURI.
Harrison Kunkel went to Kansas
City, Saturday last.
-Will Derr shipped 7 cars of hogs
to St. .losepli, last week.
-Watch tint "Variety Store" for
Easter Good -the very latent.
Kerret For Sale Call on or ad
dress Wlllard Kurtz, Oregon. Mo.,
At. Allumbaugh and family are
now residents of Savannah, having
moved, last week.
W'e are glad to learn thai Mrs
Allert llardman, who ha been so
very III, Is now convalescing
If you want Errs, feed "Mjer's
lto)al Poultry Spice. It will sure
bring results. "Vamctv Stokk."
W. A. Graham and wife, of St.
lose pi i, made a brief visit In Oregon,
one day. last week, the truest of rela
-Mrs. W. S. Ilodgln and daughter,
Illanclie, and Mrs. John Kceves and
daughter. Katharine, were shopping
in St. .loM-ph.lSaturday last.
Market Price paid forold Hubher,
Hrassand Copper. See us at Itostock's
.1 .tron F. M. Kinii
The Oregon Chrysanthemum so
clety U ready to teeelte orders for
plants! by ordering early you are more
likely lo gel the bet midmost health
The Keevi's-Ctiok ageuo sold, last
week, Ford touring cars to Charley
Weln II. of Mound City: lr. K.
Ilngan. of lligelow: and V Ii. Ho
well, of New Point.
.1 W. Pew. who a lew eat ago
was a Molt county resident, but now
ill the .ludltb llaslu sirtlon In Mon
tana. Is In the county on a visit with
f inner neighbor- and friend-.
The Malilaml I 'air Association
Held their annual mi'ctluu Wcdnc.-
day of last week. Mid decided on the
dates lor holdlilg the lt'U fair, which
will lie held during tin week of Aug
We would esteem it a great faor
If those of our citl.cns, throughout
the county who participated In the
lull lu of tietiysburg, whether they
wore the liluu or gray, would send us
their names, regiment, brigade and
This time it U a former Holt
county girl that Is making good.
Twin boys were born December 17,
lull!, to Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Conn,
of Itelplios. Kau-as, weighing ii ami
Hi pounds, Mrs. Conn was formerly
Mir Ola llardman, of New Point.
Later news brings us the sail tiding
that one of the twins died Decemlier
J I. st. This excellent and tlear young
couple have Hit sympathy of a large
circle of Holt county friends,
J. C. WHITMER,
See mo for prices on Heavy Har
ness. My line Is complete. Inc. .1.
Ftihrman Illdg. Pman'k FtisTKit.
An aeroplane has soared over the
Alps In twenty-tlve minutes. Tlie
graduates next ,1 line will not forget,
this short cut. to Italy.
Uobert K. Mlntou and bride have
returned from their bridal tour,
which Included the more interesting
points of the beautiful Southland.
They are now at the home of the
room's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I M.
Mlntou. of the Fortescue section.
-The Misses Marguerite and Fran
ces Noting, of Mound city, were
week end visitors with Grandma Km
ma llr.tgg. Their coming no doubt
carried Mrs. llragg back to those
days when she had a bunch of little
tots about Iter In her home out In
Hickory township but alas, time do
Mr. I. s. Hankers, Mrs. Ii. F.
Iltick, Mrs. Chas. S. Curry and Miss
Molly Helens took the train. Tuesday
morning, for Napier, where the ladles
assisted Mrs. .1. E. Scott, to celebrate
her thirty-second birthday. They
spent the day most pleasantly and
reluctantly leturued home. In the
evening Mrs. Scott, the wife of the
station agent at Napier, formerly re
sided here, and she and her husband
can i" count many warm friends
among the residents of Corning.
While saw ing wood at his home, a
few miles north of town, Wednesday
morning using a gaollne engine
Mr. I.. I.. Howard got his left hand
too near the saw and as a result had
the lour lingers cut oiT at the llrst
Joint He camu to Corning, and not
Uridine Dr. Long at home, went on to
Craig wheie Dr. Otlmannilresseilthe
wound It is certainly a deplorable
accldi'it and will neces-ltate Levi
(akin a long vacation and he will
probably not hc.'ihlcloilomuchspring
work ii the farm. Corning Mirror.
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ST. LOUIS. MO.
DON'T OVERLOOK THE ORCHARD
this spring. You will need some trees to reset and enlarge your pres
ent orchard; otherwise In a few years you will be without an abun
dant supply of all kinds of fresh fruits in season (the rightful heri
tage of every farmer's boy or girl ) Many llnu farms, otherwise well
Improved, are without such a fruit supply; some have no cherries,
others no grapes, (two of tho easiest fruits grown.) and others are
without, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.
Peaches and pears require suitable locations, but a Is well
known, apples, cherries, plums, grapes and all the berrle. will thrive
on any farm in Holt county.
We have the best varieties for (his locality.
YOU ItS FOR GOOD STOCK,
GEO, R. MURRAY, Proprietor, - OREGON, MO.
North Side of Square,
The Kcuvcs.fook Atitoimitilli!
Compan have Just completed their
targe and commodious service depart
ment to their t'araee. It Is in th.
north end of their traratre. ilux. feet
witii iwo pus, and the entire Moor Is
in concrete. It has been lilted up
especially for service to any car they
sen. it. is a decided improvement.
and owners of the cars for which they
are agents will appreciate the work-
done by this company.
Our lutertirhan railroad sent nut
:il cars of hogs, of cattle and one of
sheep during the month of January.
us toiai tonnage during tne month,
both received and forwarded, was
l.rVill.OO.'l nounds. It also timirllprl '..
'.HH passengers, 1,040 gallons of cream
and .10,1 so pounds of express. Com
narisou of llll'.'. shows a total of :in.
840 pounds of express handled here in
.lanuary, tnus it win uu seen
tlie narcel noL lias made no iiorcen.
table Inroads on the express business
- On Monday of tills week, Feb. .'Id,
representatives of the Ilallew Lum
her Company, after the exchange of
only a very few words, purchased the
lumberbuslnessofW.il. Dellord &
Company, including the real e.tato.
Possession will not be given until
about March 1st, at which time the
invoice will he made, but no lumber
is being sold from tho yard. Mr. He
(lord retained the olllce building and
scales and will continue in the coal
and grain business, Maltlund Her
aid. Feb'y. 7,
J. 0. 0.
Iteniember our guarantee for Cor
sets retailing for $1.00 and upward
That they are absolutely rust-proof
and free from Imperfections, and that
they will wear a reasonable length of
Any Corset found not to measure
up to this standard will be replaced
without argument or iicibble.
WHEN your Eyes fail
you yo to
Carey E. Bunker,
and have them properly
Mike Hun, has :i Jersey cow that
he Is aw fully proud of. She bail a calf
last April, and from that time until
the last of December, eight mouths,
he sold s..' worth of cream, beside
using a ipiart per day for hi own use.
Ileslde Mils, he old the calf, when
lacking two day of being one mouth
old. which at that time weighed II"
pounds, fur s cents per pound, mak
lug jr..ilo more, or a total of !ni.1:'.
M nuiiiited and rotty-tilue car
load. Thai's the amount of surplus
live stock, grain, hay, etc., besides
poultry, cieam and wool, which was
hipped fiom Maltland during the
year of IIH'J. During Hit; month of
January, Wl.'l. there were shipped
from tilt; Maltland station, M'.icais of
hogs, -I of cattle :iud .'! of horses and
mules, and received 'l cars of cattle.
Tlie total carload lots n.celved tint
lug the mouth was u:' thus a total
of I2S carloads of freight was re
Another farm house belonging to
I). A. Gelvln was totally destroyed
by Hid between I 'J and I o clock Wed
nesday night. Tlie house, which was
on the place known as the old Colonel
Lihby farm, about Iwo miles south of
town, was a story and a half struc
ture, and u good one considering that
it was one of the old landmarks, nav
Ing heen tiullt more than forty years
ago. Arthur lloach, who had recent
ly moved to the place, saved about
all of his household goods, Maltland
Herald, Feb'y. 7.
Moore & Kreek,
GROCERS AND BUTCHERS,
Now that tilt! i:oM wtuitlutr is litnv, vt-utitaltlt's bt'giii
to tiMttf good. Wo liiivo a largo variety in atook. tho
vory borit, tho kind that tnstos just liko 1'rttnh ouch:
Tomatoes, String Beans. Peas,
Oorn, Lima Beans.
Empress Flour, Bulte's Best Flour, Buck
wheat Flour, Pancake Flour.
Home and Northern Grown Potatoes,
Onions and Gabbage.
Coffees and Teas, the best on the market;
Soda Crackers, Oyster Crackers, Cook
ies of all kinds, Oranges, Lemons,
Bananas, Apples, Etc.
gERT 6. PIERCE,
Ofttrv in Urn Mooru ll'ldir,
Hours H !. in. to 13 m. ti.'W
p. m. mr. u, m.
I'hones.OldOI, Mutual -til.
-The decree has gone forth from
Paris, which is still the throne of
fashion, that woman's dress for tlie
coming year shall hu simpler and
tighter. To some expert observers it
is dliUcult to imagine how II. can he
tighter without making feminine lo
comotion an Impossibility, hut that Is
a minor consideration where dress is
concerned. Hack lo thn simplicity of
thu Greeks! That Is the slogan of the
dressmakers and it Harmonizes Willi
the Ideals of the woman movement
that is elrillliiL' tlie world with atnaz
Ing rapidity. Many of the absuidltles
of styles have been tossed aside as
unworthy of the Intelligence of the
new woman. Hoops, bustles and
petticoats have been dumped Into the
junk pile or discarded styles. Lingerie
and underwear manufacturers are
tearlntr their hair In desoalr as bank
ruptcy threatens. Where la the trend
towards simplicity going to stopV For
It must be remembered that before
the Oraaka there waa the atrlklnirlv
effective simplicity of the Garden of
Notli ing is too good for our oustoiiioi'.-i wo buy tin
host ami maku tho prioos right. Wo niako it Hx'riiilt
of filling ordors by Patrols I'ost. Phono in your ordor.
Moore & Kreek,
GROCERS AND BUTCHERS,
Both Phones, Oregon, Missouri.
1 will sell at Public Auction, at in, resilience, on I lie old Mm ray lariu. T
utiles soul neast til Mound t it v, aim . miles nortiieasi oi roicst t uv.
and H mllrs southeast of llcntou church, sale commencing
at eleven o'clock a. in., prompt, on
Tuesday, February 18, 1913,
The I'ollowlug Described l'roieit. To-wlt:
10 -MILES AND H0RSES-I0
t ne bay mate. . yeats old, wtiiiht IL'DO. In foal: I brown mare. .1 ears
old, weight llnu, In foal: I h.ty mare, :i years old, weight IHVi, will make a
good saddler: I sorrel horse, coming I yeats old, weight Iihmi: I brown hoise,
coining I year, old, weight '.'"iU: 1 bay saddle bred tllly. coming '.' years old,
promise to lie a good one: i nay norse con. teats nin: i mtiie enit. i pair
lior-e mules, s years old, weight Jim.
tint Ni'W'inii waui'ti. tiood as new: I Campbell emu drill: I listei anil drill
combined: I .et work harness: et lngle liaiues: I h.ty stacker. 'J buck
COWS AND CONN.
Two llnlstelll lltllk Cows lo calf ill .llllie IIKIO bushels ill' eoiiil velluw
corn in crib, hi bushels, nunc or less, oinl Yellow I lent Seed Cum.
skvkn hxti.w titittn iirvri i. i i;i:im;t.s.
LUNCH WILL HE SERVED UY THE LADIES OV THE BENTON CLUn.
All Minis of flo.ii and mulct. cash In li.tuih nvei t li.it .ttiiuunt. a eieilii nl'
mouths' will he given, purchaser to give hankahle note hearing s pel cent
Interest (roiudate. No propciiy leiuoveii until tei ins ate complieil with
H. T. CHRISMAN.
J. L. ANDLER.
I will soil at Public Auction, on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1913,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. in., at my farm. 7 miles cast of
Oregon ami I mile west of State bridge on the Stale
roatl, tins following described U'operty. to wit:
4 Head of Horses 4
consisting of :t work horses ; I bay work ami brood mart;,
weight 1 UK) h)uii(1h.
13 Head of Oattle 13
:i fresh cows ; :t cows fresh in spring : H coining .'year-old
heifers, all bred. 1 coming '-'-year-old Hull
69 Head of Hogs 69
consisting of 18 brood sows, most of which will farrow in
March and April ; fit) head of winter pigs ; I good Poland
L cultivators, mower, hay rake, corn drill, hay rack, har
row, breaking plow, go-dovil, lister, riding attachments for
plow, two seated hack, buggy, sot of work harness, etc.
K VANS l.li.VttH WAHON ON THK ilKOI NUS.
TfiRMS OK SAL 10: -HMi) and under, cash ; over Mint
amount, a credit of nine months' with approved security,
hearing S per cent interest from date.
K. C. BENTON, Auctioneer.
-Thu Fairfax Mercantile Co., with
which the late Hlchard Oaedc, hail
long been connected, has been pur
chased from C. 1), Zook, of Oregon,
and tho Gaedo helrr, by the Messrs.
Weaver Walker, Herman Ithoaden
and Haall Hunterall young men
who are determined to rustle the
business In the goods line at Fairfax,
our surburban villain on the north
east. The price paid for building and
stock waa nfteen thousand dollars.
W. II. Mills ami wife, living
about, six miles northwest of town,
were both severely burned about thu
face and hands last Friday, by an ex
plosion of gas which occurred while
the tank of their acetylene light
plant was being cleaned, Dr. Wy
man was called and states that whim
the burns are painful, they are not
serious. The explosion Is said to be
the result of failure to clean the
tank as soon as should have been
done. Maltland Herald.