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German Heaters for Soft Coal or Wood. The best Soft Coal Heater on the market. Operation perfect. No Gas. No Smoke. GERMAN HEATER Coal Heater for $4, $5, $6.50, $8.50, $12, $14, $15, $19 and $22. are rejoicing baby boy at December 4, Kunkel. Look at Proud's line of Holiday goods before purchasing. A good Eight) acre farm for Bale For particulars, sre J. Wateon & Co, Harry Graham.of St. Joseph, visited with relatives in Oregon over Sunday. uo to Lmville s restaurant for hot and cold lunch, at all hours. Hostett- er's old stand. uo into juoore & Kreeks grocery 6tore if you want to see a fine display of China and Fancy Goods. Chrie Meyer and wife over the arrival of a fine their home, Thursday, 1902. Everybody who wants to buy tine Chinaware at almost wholesale price, should see our line of sample Chinaware The Zachmax Evans C Thomas Pleasant, of St. Joseph, and Mies Maggie Jackson, were married at the home of the bride in this city, Sunday, December 14, 1902, Rev. Guth rie, officiating M T. ...... W... 1 . '.1 l : j .M i o. jui) x uiim una au;u ntr resi II TTogfore fni tiO &Q 4 &K h7 I dence property to F. S. Xoland, the con- R-,f . fiwvui.vww w vw.vw, v H H" eideration beingSl.OOO. She is now the owner of the C. V. Lukens property. . paying $1,200 for same. i Uncle Robert Montgomery informs j us that Fredrick Wilhelm, a tine boy ar rived at the home of W. E. Fiegenbaum and wife, in Geneva, Xeb , Sunday, D cember 14, 1902. Their friends extend congratulations. A oce-and-a-third fare has been made by the Burlington Route for the holiday season, good for a radius of 200 miles ea6t of the Missouri River. Tick I ets on sale Decarader 24. 25, 31 and Jan j uary 1. Return limit January 2. i 1 A rate of one-and-a-third fare for ! rhe Holiday season has been niadt by ; the Bulington Route in a radius of 200 1 miles east of the Missouri River. The ! tickets will be on bale December 24, 25, 31 and January 1. Return limit Janu- $9, $10, $12.50. $14 and $15. Cooking Stoves $7.50 up. Steel Ranges $25 up. Sonic second hand Cooks and I letters cheap. Schulte Bros., Hardware Dealers, OZREG-OZtsT, DVCO. Buy your lumber and oak from Ruley & Kunkel. Get your Coffees of us and ytu will always be pleased. The Zachmax-Evaxs Co. posts J 3,000 oak fence posts for sale by , Rulev & Kunkel. Littleton Darnell, of Mound City, ; ary 2 was the Sunday, guest of Miss Setta Kennedy, BEfiTOfl'S COMER 1902 Real Estate. A lew of the many farms I have for sale, viz. William Rankin and wife and Clar- , ence Kankin and wife were called to j Highland, Kas., by the death of their j sister, Mrs. C. I. Vinsonhaler, who died j Friday, December 12, 1902. We are in t formed that her death was caused from the alarm of the fire that city, Sunday exposure in giving which occurred in morning, December 7r No. 1. No. 14. No. 17. 2L No. 23. No. 26. No. 27 No. 28. No. 29. No. 30. No. 32. No. 33. No. 35. No. 39. No. 40. X 41. No. 42. No. 43. No. 35. Ko. 3G. r No. 37. Is a farm of 280 acres one mile southeast of New Point, Holt couoty.Mis souri. Has two dwellings, stables, corn cribs. Plenty of water. Bot tom and prairie land. A No. 1 stock and grain farm. Write me for price. Rented for 1902. Consists of 40 acres in the bottom 3 miles northwest of Forest City. About 15 acres in cultivation with 7 or 8 acres more cleared, balance tim ber. Price, 81,000. Is a farm of 99 acres in St. Clair county, Missouri, 00 acrts in cultivation, 89 acres inclosed. 9 acres in meadow, 30 acres of timber, small orchard, small house and barn, plenty of water, located 16 miles from railroad station, 100 j arde from school house. Price, $1,755. About 16 to 18 acres in Forest City and suburbs. Price, 1,200. Part of it laid out in lots. All good pasture land. A splendid flouring mill with a good trade to sell. Reason for selling i owner wants to retire. The right price to the right man. , I also httve the Geo P. Luckhardt homestead of about GO acres adjoining Oregon on the northwest for sale This farm has a good brick dwelling, small barn and some other outbuildings. Fine orchard. Price $100 per acre. A splendid 80 acre farm well improved with two good wells, running water, good house: five acres in orchard, hog tight fence, situated 4 miles southwest of Maitland. Price, 75 per acre. Rented for 1902 for $4 per acre. Don't forget that I am agent for both home and eastern money, and can make you a loan on short notice on farm land. Lowest interest rates. A farm of about Go acres in and, adjoining Forest City. About 32 acres of timber pasture, and the balance of the farm mostly in fruit. The or chard consists of 1,000 apple and 500 budded peach trees, pear, cherry, and plumb trees, grape vines, two acres of raspberries. Dwelling, barns, corn cribe, two good stock ponds, cistern and two wells. Income from orchard in 1901 was $800. Price $0 000 $3,000 down, and the balance in three or five years. This is an excellent home and would suit some stock man. A farm of 37J acres in Section 35-60-37. Improvements on this farm are pretty good, and has a good young orchard. Price $40 per acre. Is a fine prairie farm of 240 acres, situated in Holt County. .Missouri; school ana cnurcn near by, our. some nine or ten miles to town, it is well ft-need, has dwelling, stable, stock scales, plenty of water and in a high state of cultivation. This is the finest farm that I have ever had on my list, not a foot of waste land on it, no creek, ditches nor nothing of the kind. If you want to own the best 240 acre farm in Holt county, write me and I will make you a price that will sell it Is a farm of 173? acres about seven miles southeast of Oregon. About 135 acre of this fttrm is'in pasture and meadow, about38 acres in timber pasture: fencing is wire and rail. Dwelling of six rooms; frame barn, two cisterns, two springs besides running water the year around. This This is a good stock and grain farm: in a good neighborhood, close to church and school. Price $38 per acre. A splendid 160 acre farm 5j miles east of Oregon. Good house, barns, hog houses Plenty of water. All under fence. Farm in a high state of cultivation. Price, $10,000. I have just completed armngements whereby I am prepared to sell tick ets over the Dominion Line Mail Steamers from Boston to Queenstown. Liverpool. Montreal, Portland, Ac. If you have relatives or friends on the other s de. you can procure tickets here and send to them which will includge passage over railroad to any destination in thi6 country and at as low a rate as can be procured in St Joseph or anywhere eKe. The only thing that is necessary i for you to give me about three days time to order your tickets from Chicago. Is a splendid farm of 185 acres about 21 miles northwest of New Point. It is all under fence and cross fenced, fair house and barn, with a splen did corn crib and uranery. The land is under a high state of cultivation Good water, good neighberhood. Price, 875 per acre. A nice little home consisting of a good little house nnd barn and other j out buildings, good stone cave, lots of fruit, about 21.. miles southeast of Oregon, with three acres of ground. Price. $400. Consists of a farm of about. 120 acres. Well situated on public road lead ing into Oregon. Good house and barn and other outbuildings Plenty fruit of all kinds. About GO acres fenced hog tight into two fields. Tim ber enough n it to run it Land under a high state of cultivation, and in the Oregon school district, all for 87200. A good 6 acre place within one-half mile of Oregon, good dwelling, one small barn and other outbuildings. All under fenc, good well, cistern, plenty of fruit, in fact a good little place fur some one who wants a little place close to town. Pi ice. 81100. About 390 acres bottom land about tvo miles north of New Point. Has dwelling and other outbuildings. All under fence. Four wells and one windmill. About all under cultivation. Price, $30 an acre. A finely improved home in Forest City, consisting of a dwelling of eight rooms, cisterns, chicken house, barn, cow shed, two blocks fenced hog tight, and in grass. In fact a fine home for a stock dealer or for a man that wants to keep a horse, cow and chickens. Price, $2,000. Consists of 128 acres adjoining the Oregon and Forest City public road on the south. It is now divided into three farms with three sets of im provements. About 25 acres in orchard. Will be sold together or will sell either alone Seo me for prices. Oxygen Is Life. A safe, simple, but scientific system of Curing Disease by means of Oxygen, the Great Life Giver. Especiidly adapted to Home Treatment. For sale or rent. Call on or address J. M. Norvkll, Maitland, Mo. Fine line of Heating stoves for sale at Schulte Bros. Popular presents at pupular prices. at Hinde & Dohrer's. Dakota, Iowa, Kunkel's and Forest City flour at Geo. F. Seeman's. An extra fine line of Christmas presents and novelties at Proud's. At Linville's restaurant you can get a nice hot or cold lunch at any time. Services at Woodville Sabbath af ternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. Henry A Sawyers. Banter brother., at Helwig, invite you to call and see their new stock of merchandise. ror nice Christmas candies, go to J. R. Linville's confectionery. A tine line to select from. Lost Monday forenoon a gauntlet glove opposite nw corner square or on the street less than three blocks away from the corner. Reward at this office, All silver medal holders from W. C 'p n ..l : iti. ? l. j. liiikj tu jiuii uuuui), are inviieu lo try for the gold medal in gold class of 1902, in New Point on Tuesday evening December 30, 1902. Served Him Right is what Hinde & Dohter did when he bought his holiday goods at their store At the regular meeting of the W. F M. S. of the M. E. church, held Decem ber 5, the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. E. Kreek; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Kunz and Mrs. Philbrick: Recording Secretary, Mrs. Dillon: Treat urer, Mrs. Dr. Evans; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. James Ramsay;Organist Mrs. Moore: Chorister, Mrs Hunt. The Prebyterian Sunday school will give a cantatH, entitled "Santa Claus at His Best." Words and music by Chas. H. Gabriel. This will be a splendid en tertainment, and will be given at the Presbyterian church Christmas Eve., Dec. 24th. Admission, 15 cents; child ren 10 cents. Members of the Sabbath school free. Everybody invited. DENTIST J. C WH1TMER. East Side Square. Powell Building, OREGON, MISSOURI. Office Hours: to 5:00 p. m. Phone 72. 8:00 to 11 -30 a. m. 1:00 Yours Truly, IR. C. BEITTOIsr. OREGON, MISSOURI. Born, to Frank J. Ruhl and wife. Sunday, December 14. 1902, a fine boy baby. Dr. Thatcher in attendance. They have been married four years and thn is the r first child. Before coming tu Hoit county they resided in Andrew county ana naa many menus mere, wno were always twitting them about not having any children Now Frank says, that in one" year, he has rased a fine crop, and better than all has fine son. He de sires the Savannah Reporter to please copy this item, nr.d forever hereafter hold their peat;e. Christmas will be here n six daj. Children are counting the tiuiebv hours and minutes, and grown people are busy sending prrsents away and preparing surprises at home, and the young wife is working like a beaver to make her first Christmas gift to her "lord and master." Scarcely a person could be seen the past few days among the throng that filled the streets and poured in and out the stores who did not carry a package. And then there has been a storm center of package bearing per sons about the postoffice, hurrying in, wrapping, directing and asking ques tions about the time the package would reach its destination. Th-re were all kinds and shapes of packages and bund los. Postmaster Curry is receiving more Christmis presents than anyb dy in town but-but he "kicks" because he can't keep them. I The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Evan gelical church will meet at the home of Mrs. Adella Meyers, next Saturday, De cember 20, at 2:30 p. m. All members come anil bring others with you to enjoy the meeting. Sample Dishes. We have just bought a complete line of Queensware samples from one of the largest Queens ware nouses in unicago, and any one wanting. any thing in the Queensware line can get same at almost wholesale price. Thk Zachman Enans Co There ought to be lots of hippies and good cheer in and around Oregon the 25th inst, judging from the great stocks of Christmas goods displayed by the home merchants. There ire enough toys and nice things to keep a whole army of Santa Claus busy the night be fore Christmas. -On account -ef his wife's health, George E. Gelvin has decided to have a public sale and sell off his cattle, horses gram, hogs, farming implements, etc. The date of salo will be Wednesday. December 31, 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m shirp. For further particulars see bills and ad in paper. Al hough last Sabbath was bad, good congregations attended the ser vices at the Presbyterian church and listened to tho sermons of Rev. E. W. Syinonds, of St Joseph. Rev.Svnionds has received a call to a church in Chi cago and expects to enter upon work there the first of the year. The third rjaarterly meeting for this year will be held in the Methodist church December 27 and 28, 1!)02. Quar terly conference the 27th at 3:.'0 p. m and preaching in tbe evening at 7:30 o'doelr. Services regular hours on the Sabbath. Rev. J. J. Bentley. of St. Joseph, will be present to conduct the services Have you tried Geo. F. See man's new flour? It is fine. If you haven't tried it, and want fine bread, you should do so. All of this flour is made of old wheat Considerable interest was manifest ed in a case qnite recently in the Gentry circuit court, in which Miss Crkkett, one of tbe teachers in the Stanberry public school, was the defendant in a case of assault. Some time ago while in the di-charge of her duties as teach er she hi d occHsion to whip a fourteen year old boy named Bouchert with rule The evidence was conflicting, but it was prefy generally conceded that the boy had been genteelly licked. The parents of tbe boy thought he had had too much and filed complaint against the teacher, charging her with assault. The jury heird it all and acquitted the teacher of the charge The re-uits of the trial seem to establish the fa:t that if a school boy does not behave him self and obey l he rules of the school. the teacher has the right to dress him down. Albany Ledger. The lecture course so far this jear has been very satisfaciory. We spoke before of our first number. Our second by Harvey Smith .McCowan was well received. His lecture, "Kins Crowned an.l Uncrowned," is a solid and valua hie production. It. is well ccmpo ed and instructive. The thought is rich and suggrstive. It is also practical and of much v.ilue in studying the under lying principl s of real s-.ccess in life. But Mr. McCowan is not an orator. His style is that of the declaimer. lie abuses his voice and speaks too loud and rapid for the best effect He also needs to give greater variety to his diction In parts his lecture was monotonous and he injured the effect of otherwise splendid subject matter by sameness in diction, loudness and monotony in style. Yet, he in most parts was effective, and taken as a whole the lecture was good. Personally, Mr. McCowan is a splendid gentleman. He U very genial and agree able. He made a good impression on our people, aud most were very favora bly impressed with the lecturer Hnd the lecture. The White Is King. 1 V4 I 5 We have too many Sewing .Machines. Notice our low prices: 1 $10.00 Macliiue reduced to $12.00. 1 20.00 Machine reduced to 10.00. 1 25.00 Machine reduced to 20.(30. and the latest Improved Drop IIad White Machines at 63T.00. We Carry Lots of Goods suitable for presents Pocket Cutlery, Table Cutlery, Silver Spoons, Silver Knives, Carpet Sweepers, Razors, Nickel Plated Copper Ware, Duchess Ware, Skates. Boy's Axes, Shears and Scissors, Sewing Machines, Stoves. &c. Will make low prices on Heating Stoves to close out or reduce stock. Wo thank you for l!)02 patronage and want your trade for 1903, will treat you right. T0TC. h. PRICE, Hardware, Oregon, Ko. Phones. t Residence, 54. 1 Store. 00. Drop in at Fitts when you are out shopping for Xmas ? J?A ... Ml 1 1 A 1 a -VT 1 .tu is, you win una un-io-uaie novelties m au oi our lines as joiiows : Cloaks, Furs and Walking Skirts, Knit Shawls, Fancy Knit Underskirts, Golf Gloves, Leather Gloves, lined or un lined; Ladies' Purses, Chatelains and Wrist Bags, Towels and Table Linens, Napkins to match, New Shirts, Sus penders, Neckties and Night Robes, Knit Sweaters, Mufflers and Silk Muff lers, Dress Goods and Fancy Waist ings in silks, French Flannels and Fleeced Piques, Handkerchiefs, fine Hemstitched and Embroidered, the largest line of Handkerchiefs shown. Many other things not tioned. Yours Truly, ever men- J. OREGON, C. FITTS, MISSOURI. Christmas Presents AT C. E. BUNKER'S, Oregon. Mo. Watches, Rings both Plain and Set Brooch Pins, Stick Pins, Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons, Watch Chains, Neck Chains, Charms, Lockets, Thimbles, Clocks, Silverware, Baby Spoons, Souvenir Sterling Silver Spoons,Sterl- ing Silver and Ebony Novelties, Aluminum Novelties, Fancy Decorated China, odd pieces or in sets. Spectacles accurately fitted in steel, ver, gold or gold filled. Eyes tested free. sil- Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repair ing a Sp'eialty. C. E. BUNKER, Oregon, Mo, Ali artiu'es pur "cijapfd of me v. ill he engnved Tift'. B.-thier Brothers, of Helwig. will Judge Hiobard sold ICi head of hogs make prices right on Dry Goods. (Jro-! Wednesday to Will Derr. at i.ri.70 ner hundred. ceries and Hardware. Charley Powell, of Lawton. Okla. is tiere on a visit with "the boy6, and it is useless lo say all are glad to see him. Every sack of our new car of flour is warranted to be nude out of old wheat. For sale only by The Zachman-Evans Co. Pure A ppls Vinegar and pure spices and all material used for pickling pur poses at Geo. F. Seeman'e. B E. Davis, attorney of St Joseph, and Cassius Shutts, a brother of our lately decewsed mayor, was here for a day or two this week, looking after mat tere pertaining to Mr. Shutts estate.