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title: 'The Holt County sentinel. (Oregon, Mo.) 1883-1980, February 14, 1913, Image 8',
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A Few Facts You Ought to Know.
It Might Mean Your Independence.
Yon can buy litwl injur Kcardun, with ulnjap improvi'.
mcnta, partly in citltivntion, at about lliu price a Holt coun
ty farm rents for. Land in rapidly advancing in price.
Why not invest in a xpluudid country where you can have a
Kond lif)ine amoiiK fine iwopli'.'.' food Kehoolr and churches.
Land from per acre up, Timber laud wit h enough
timber oji it to pay lor the land. Why not buy for a home
or for investment?
Plenty of cotton land, made a bale per acre this year,
worth !0 to 70 per bale.
MOO bales of cotton have been bouirht so far this year
In Nebraska. Iowa. Illinois and Indiana, with good
farm methods, the production of pork is about loti pounds
per acre, and the cost ranges from " to c per pound, or
even higher, depending upon the price of corn and the se
verity of the winter season. In Arkansas, where corn eu
ter. to a much less extent into the operation, mid where the
winters arc short, and mild, permitting many more uiniiths
of liasturage. the production with good farming N l.ooO
pounds per acre, at a cost of Jc per pound. The State Kx
purimetit Station got I. 'Jot! pound.- per acre. ,tt a cost of
1 .'( cents.
We ant leal estate agents, who. foiling that t he outside
world do not appreciate flie opportunities that our locality
oilers, have, handed ourselves, together for the purpose of
promoting the farming interests, and developing the farm
ing districts ; and will treat you riirht if you come anioni: n.
Next Excursion. February 18, 1913.
We have published a handsome booklet, tilled with pic.
Mires and a detailed description of our country, which is
yours for the asking.
ARKANSAS The State, f Opportunities
KKAItDKN The Kden of Akansas
I.OCATKI) On the Cotton Holt Kailroad. .".I miles
South of Pine Hlulf. I miles North of Camden.
For further informal ion. write .1. A. McKcod. Seciv.
1arv. Heardeii. Arkansas or call on me for literature.
F. L. ZELLER,
OREGON, : MISSOURI.
Li . V
Mmiy men nrr
urtllntr ii it tiilil
liltMMirc util nf
Duke's MKIorc suck.
One 'ir ll;u'kiiir liul.ls
many pipeful, of pun-, mil.!
Miml.iiic nr. II )iii pl(ar.
It "ill lliiil.i nmtiv 'lirr-ttr of
thr good ulil-fjiihioin il kind thai tu
lull j tMirxrlf.
Duke's Mixture, mtdc by the
IJggrll & Myrrs ToWi-o Co. at Dur
luini. N. C, is the futurita with ciga.
rrttr smokers It', thr tobacco tint
iniikf-s "rolling" popular with incii
who whiii dm true tnslc of purr,
inllil, telectrd tobacco
We're iiinliliitf tlii limnil Hie lender of
It kind. Vtj nlmt )uu will, j.ni coumt
Krt better n,linlliiJ totun-co tluiii Duke'a
Mi i In re
You atlll get llir taint, hi one anaf m
half ounce ack ciiihikIi to m.ikn mnny
clpirettei-for jc. And m lilt meli Hi-k
Ifl i hook of olKurrltn p-r hiiiI
preM-nt coupon, FltWi.
Save the Present Coupons
Willi the eouoous jou can ct many
IwmlMiiiie, dealrahlo presents lulklea
miUlilo for turn, women, hoy a ml glrl.
.SoinutliliiK for every number of the
0 , Special offer for Itbriiury and
f March only
. Our mu llliiwt-.it...l ..ui..l......
nil- will bo sent fr to inijonr lio
ii. ioir iminti aim auurcsv
Lifk.tHI tl .mi Hut' jtf,. ... -
i MORSE SHOE. J.T.. TINS
r tiirn., - . uiwimicA
TWIST, rokftmi from FOUR
E.T IUi ttAr tag I or otHtant
lllwrf tr HI
"iW t ' ""I
Lot no one be surprised during the;
next week If V. It. Springer, the lo
cal weather prophet, announce, u
thuiHlerstoriu for a cloudless day. urt
mistakes the drops nf perspiration as
they roll from our faces In the heat
of the noon-day -tin for a rainstorm
and uives tluj rainfall lo the neuspa
wrs as "ten Inches for the past
twenty-four hours." lie has Just be
come Inflated with the Information
thai he Is a Kiamlfather and Is liable
to send everybody clalmmitiK' a blub
tide for several days, at l-ast until
the excltemetn wears oil.
A daughter was born tit Mi, Ihdph
('. Springer. Satunla. In t.o- An
Hclcs. Tin- fathoi of tho luby Is a
son of the well-known oartlcld siiei t
family and a Santa Cru. loj with
many friends who will be pleasid lo
hear of Ills new happhie.- ,iuia
Cru.. Callf.i News. I'i Ii. .1. liil.'l.
Mr. Sprlnnei has many old friends
here who send congratulations, llu
was our circuit clerk Ihto l"Vi.s:i.
and he made a uood one, too,
A pretty home wedding occuied at
Mot bet Crider s, lust Sunday, at hlh
uo'iu, at which time her daughter,
lleilba. u:i united In mairlau'i' to
A-htey J.. I'llcc. 'I'lie ci'iemony was
performed b l!ev II T. McOrew,
pastor of I'. II. church, of Maltlaud.
N'ouiii sts, ijni t,e immediate lam
ll. were ptesout. Many valuable
pieeiils win,, lii evidence After tin
ceiemouy the party was invlttdto
partake of a dinner, a- sticii an nva
sluii is worthy, 'i'hew .V'iiiii p(ople
an highly repecti d and active ( iirU-tiau-.
The will beat home to their
many filends after March 1st. on the
U'toim's tn rm. Just we.i of M-i'her
('ruler's. They hae the (jood wl-lies
tor proiperlty and happinc.s.4 from al
theli H len.N :i. T. vi
Hon .1. W. Stoke-., ift iali;. l ie
pirled as helnj.' ver sick.
See Clare Castle for Maud.uridc
Harness, in Martin llylldliin.
Ml-s llootie I'rlce. wlio has bi.'en
ipilte sck fui sevetal days. . now
I tn pn iv i 11 .
Miss Catliariue Kbit; has been a
very sick .miuiix lady fm seveial dajs,
but. U now some butter.
Crawford Katllll, who has been
iitltesck loi nearly a month, is now
able to be up and around aaln.
Horn, to Itev. and Mis. II. T. Mc
Crew, of Maliland, an eleven-pound
b i.v, I'ebtuaty 1 1. All concerned do.
Kivu Spans of nuod Mules, coming;
thice..M.'ar old-, well broko, for sale.
Tall in or address, Lawrence Walker,
Oii'Koii. Mo., I'oute ". 1'artners'
Miss I,,, in liau, loniierly Mls
l.otu ('haddock, of tills city, washere
mi ,i lew dajs. this weel;, I lie uoc't
"f tela' hes and liletid'. She I- now
n sldii h- at Skldinoie.
'I'h im' whi paiticipated In the
Ii it i ii- if (iettvsbuih'. whether they
won the blue or tfiay, are reU0sted
t i send their names to this oillec,P;lv
in ' c iiiiii.uiy. leL'Imcni. brigade ami
c ups cummanders.
Mis. IMwaid ( ii rt In, of Kansas
s.is City. Is vlsltlnu' here, thu micst of
hei sister, Mrs. C. .1. Kom-k and fain
Ilj. Mr. Curtln will arrlvo Saturday
evening, and they will letur.i homo
Hie llrst of the week.
li.C. Ituluy has purchased a liam
bier Cross-Country, iVpassetiK'cr tour
ln car of llasness - Foster. This Is
the ltd-'l electric lluhted and started
model, and a car thai will help the
siandhi; of tlrcK'oon In thi.-automo
Misslda Huley while at work In
the Hotel Woodland, Monday iiiuhl
i-:f this week, Feb, 10, met with an
innominate accident. She slipped
and fell, the result IhjIiik a compound
fracture of her left arm, Just above
the wrist. Dr. I 'rood winced thu
fracture, and she Is now Kettlntfalont,'
iMirhiK' the weekending February
l'J. there were 14 cars of llvo stock
shipped out out of Oregon: Will Derr
shlpitcd eltfbt of Iiok; Charley Smith,
Karl Stephenson, each had out a car
of hous. Charley Cowan shipped out
three cars of cattle, and . Ilatntn a
car of cattle. Will Kneale brought. Ill
a car load of cattle.
Tom Hunker, of Fovtescue, was
In Oregon, Wednesday of this week,
on business, lie reports that his wife,
who has been very sick for several
weeks wilh typhoid fever, as now be
ing better, and will soon Im able to
bo up again, no relapsu taking place.
He also informs im that 'Squire II.
U. Stuart, who lias been serldusly
sick for .some time. Is now convales
cing. The Oregon High School class,
chaperoned by Superintendent Powell,
will go In a body Monday evening
next, anil witness Sotbern-Marlow In
their rendition of Hamlet, There
will be II of tbo clasv all in a row;
those attending will be Oakley Morris,
Lydla Acton, Ann Klnzle, Will Pruss
man, Beulah Klopp, Emma Scott,
Harry Petree, Floyd Koffman, Frank
Kreek, Harwon Murray, Grace Bally.
"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence
With the Latft Improvement, Thit h the
Highest Quality Wire Fencing-Made, Bar None
vtnerd on lowr-timi' exnerlmcnts. de- to make the tx-st fence.
cided imirovoinents hive been made In
"Pittsburgh Pcrf :." AS MADE TO
DAY, It is so f..r upo-5'jr t'i u:y other
its to p!acu it ii :. 'v hy if'-lf.
Tl'.cf.c jmpriiv "Si t f. : -n the (tual-
Ity of wire. cotvr.tT.ctloti tind j;nlvani.-.inK
. ... ... . . ,. -..,.
three vital po;:v i nat rrtusi ac rnr.i
maru ine ;ji;
Ir. cur own f-.rnt;c s and mills from the
ore to thefi-Vtfic.l j-rotluct. Wo know
everything i virM frcm.Mart to finish.
Th no fac . p ''.' 'r.',rt J'cur tn-
v-str.i'nt in "I'lttsburith Perfect."
M.J. I" Dilftr.M Sllt Cor HELD, FARM, RANCH. LAWN. I7vrv Rftfl Guaranteed
CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD t4 GARDEN CVCry INUU UUWUIHWM
Aik ymif ttealcr tor "PittibutBh Perfect" Liul Itiflst on his furnhhlnp It. Do not ullow him t( rrud
' ... .. .k... ...1,1. .... ... I tt tm ilovtn'l irll il. write u direct.
uu iiiui n . i , 1 1 . i. ii.i . j ii i . , ....... ' - - .
"t-ituburth Heffrcl" Hr.mli o BM Wirrt
tlrluM, Ani.leil A Glni, I Wlr.i Tl,li-J
C.bl. Wlri l H.frf Splint Coll Wlr.i rVnti,
Mnplti: Pouilr N.H'm Si.pI.'I Rtut Wlr.
N.iUi C.lnid Wir N.iUt Lart H..d
Kooflnt N.IUi SUil. Loop BI.Tki "Pill
h-,rr.h P.rf.tl Fmclof. All made of Open
li you arc inmiw m. ... . . -
lof FREEcepjr of our ALMANAC. I13-
Pittsburgh Steel Co.
Mis. Maud Strpheiisnn was shoi-
pin;: In St. .losepb, last week.
Ilaltle Sahllu was vMtlng homo
folks. iK-ar I'orhi's. this week.
Kevs Soli and Weldemler were
visiting in thu (rove, this week.
Anna Fields wa visiting home
folk, mar I'oicsi City, over Sunday.
1'iaiik P.tint. of Mound City, wan
visiting fi lends In the (irnve. over
Mime of the uelglibois went In
and sawed wood fur Silas llershiier.
Harrison ICiinki I is In Kansas,
visiting his sii.r. Mrs. Kuy llardman
A number I mm i hut ir.ive attend
ed ipiarterly meeting in Oregon. Sat
urday and Sunday.
Karl Stephenson and family and
.1. ( Morris and family tnok dinner
at Nathan Smlth'x.
A fetv of the young people called
on K.ra Smith, Sunday evening, who
was on the Mel; list.
Wesley '.achtnan returned Mini
day to Cent ralla. Illinois', where he Is
having his eyes treated.
Itev. A. Soil was with us at the
Teacher's Training Class. Monday
evening, and gave a very Interesting
('has. Smith, .las. litintz, Kail
Stephenson and Hoy lletshner had
hogs on the St . ,loeph markets, Wednesday.
Tin- topic lor V. I'. A. iiueling,
Is llulletlns from the Temperance
Wait". las. Hunt, leadeit also preach.
Ing by I he pastor.
'I he Y. P. A- business meeting
was held at thu Smith home. Tuesday
evening lluslnes was transacted
and a very pleasant evening spout.
Those who took dinner at Wes
McU'r'.s. Sunday, were: I.eu Stephen
son, wife and son, Max: Andy llersh-
ner. wife and daughter, Kva: .las.
Hunt., wife and daughter, Marjorie:
Chris Meyers and family and I'rank
Hunt., of Mound City.
Farm For Sale.
10 acres of good tillable laud. A new
four-room house, and all kinds of
bearing fruit .two miles east of J'oi lies.
Call on or address
Forbes Mo P.oule I.
-Mls-i Anna Kelley, of St. .losepb,
was an over Sunday visitor here w ith
friends and relatives.
.Urn Huntsman returned Tuesday
evening of this week from a few
weeks' visit with relatives In Hutch
inson, Kansas. The hair on top of
his head Is Just, as thick as ever.
Thu ihumbers of Meyer Post will
meet at the homo of their comrade,
L.C. Powoll, next Saturday afternoon,
February i-'d-fieo. Washington's
birthday. Comrades are reiiuesied to
meet not later than 2:M) p. in.
Itead thu "Notice of Special Klec
tlon" In another column, Monday,
March :t, IHi:i. This election is lor
the purpose, of voting four thousand
dollars In bonds forlmprnvementsand
an additional engine now needed at
our water and light plant. Also read
the article headed, "An Increase of
2,(Wo-" Kit sure to vole yes for In
crease of debt. An extra engin Is
needed in case of a break-down.
- Wo aro Indeed sorry to learn of
the serious sickness of Tom Kneale,
of this city. Upon going to bed Tues.
day evening he made thu remark thai
ho had never felt better, but about
midnight he was suddenly taken very
sick and passed Into an unconscious
condition, and at our hour nf going
to press, Wednesday livening, still re
mained In c deep statu of coma. Ills
brothers, Frank, of Fillmore; Will of
New Polht , and Itnbnrt, of Nodaway 1
township, are at his liedslde. The
cause Is uremic poison, lie being af-'
fected with kidney trouble.
DON'T BUY A SILO
until you have investigated the Com
. mon Sense Silo, sold by Ruley & Kunkel.
because you pay no royality on a Patent
Lioor, or any outer patent, x ou ouy tne lum
ber just as you would for a barn bill. Or if
you prefer, we will build it from foundation
Sense Silo is the
only Silo insur
able against tor
nado, wind, etc.
QET OUR PRICES.
RULEY & KUNKEL
I w III nll'ei al Public Sale, on my fai m. two miles north of Oregon. Mo., be
ginning at I o'clock p in . sharp, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1913,
the following described propeit.x, to-wit:
15 Head of Hogs 15
lo head of shoals, : 1 1 1 healthy and in linn shape, will weigh ab iut IJ pounds:
I lllcu ulll. Otrick Kreek stoek. will welch about :!()0 nouiids: 1 Poland-Cliinu
sow, ( ei l. 's stock: 1 light gilt; two black sows, one with U nigs by her side.
ah oi me sows win iiriug pigs i roin tiic-itn to i no imii or April.
7 Head of Good Milk Cows 7
(no M. I led milk cow. il years old. will lie fresh In April: I black cow, -t
years old, will be fresh In May: I red cow, I years old, will bo fresh in June:
I red heifer. ComlliL' L'-vear-old. will he fresh In June: t wo nil i-iwc. l l vo-irc
old and the other 7, give two gallons of milk per dav each: I red cow, ' years
old, fresh, good milker.
Corn, Oats, Huy and Straw.
About son bushels nf corn in eiih. to Im sold liv vvoltrlit iiii Imwli.tlu
seed oats: .'tons, moro or less, of good timothy and clover hay, mixed; one
urn m KWHi "-us si raw , or more, .mi oi iiui nay ami straw naied and in tin
bain, In lino shape.
Also will sell onu good bay horse, coming . jears old good slnglu driver,
perfectly gent le, and Is not afraid of auto, either day or night, wfll guaran
tee him to lw perfect I v sound.
TERMS OP SALE:
ln.oo and under, cash; over that amount, a credit of ii months' will
given, wltli approved security, bearing K per cent Interest from date.
R. C. BENTON, Auctioneer. D. B. KUNKEL, Clerk.
Kssle I'amsay vlsl'ed relatives In
this vicinity, .Sunday.
Little Wesley Anno Is a ery sick
child at this writing.
-The llurr Qak school will have a
Valentine llox, Friday.
Miss Grace llledsoe visited over
Sunday with her cousins, Verna and
Last Tlutisday was a busy day for
putting up Ice. .Mr. Mpptild bad six
teams hauling Ice.
Mr. and Mrs, Kruest l.uusfoid and
son, l-'lnyd, of Mattland, visited rela
tives here, last week.
-Marshal Crews has purchased a
new gasoline uugineand Is 'now readv
to saw wood or grind chops.
We understand -that Mr1. Holt will
move Into our neighborhood (his
spring. As Mr. II. has been a former
resident among us, we are all glad to
welcome him back.
Mrs. Sam Alklre Is talking of go
ing to Parsons, Kansas, ofid to visit
her sister, Mrs. Klla Wolsoy. If she
goes she will be accompanied by her
nephew, Mr. Robert Wolsey.
Last Sunday was Leo Hopper's
birthday. He celebrated It at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Howies, accom
panied by a host of friends and rela
tives. Those present were,hs parents,
Mr. and .Mrs. Vlnce Hopper; his b
trs, and brothers-ln law, Mr. Robert
Spoon, and wife, Mr. Kd. Annotand
wife, and Miss Ella Ilopper;hlsbroth
ors, Messis, W'llllo, Leonard, Joseph
and Frederick Hopper; his nephew,
Mr. Otto Spoon; his niece, MlssIIelen
Anno; Mr. .lohn itufenshoefer, Mrs.
.lane Illachly, Mr. Miller Blachly, wife
and.daughter Ksther, Miss Eft Stone
and Mr. VanDeveer. The young folks
brought their musical Instruments
and he day was practically spenta In
voca and Instrumental music. When
evening tide drew nearthoy 'all 'ex
prosseif their thanks for the manner
In which they wero entrtalMd7and