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$7.00 Round Trip,Good for 7 Days.Tickets
sold daily except Friday and Saturday $11.25 Round Trip, Good for 15 Days Tickets on sale Daily. $12.50 Round Trip, Good for 60 Days. Tickets on sale Daily. See your Local Agent for further information. Take the Burlington Route for the St. Louis Fair : TIME TABLE. AH trams daily r?:'t pt :is otherwise noted. Daily Except Sunday Train No. " ' KOUKST (HTY TKV1S SEIiVIOE. j Depart 27 '.. I'.ir '4.iin-:l IMurtV :tufl Uiuaha from St. s:ijain Imi and St. .lopii. 41 j For Lincoln. Denver. Colorado and Pacific .:!. p m i 'ou-.i from 'iJy and .Si. Joseph. IT . . ! For I.iiK-itlu. Denver. Colorado ami Pacific 'I:(5:im ; I'oa'.l. fnm Saii-a? t'hy and St. .I.-fpli. '21 ' ' j Km- ('ouneillSlu:!'.-.. Omaha, Si. Par.l and i:.'pni j .Minneapolis from Kansas City and Si. .Jo- j -ph. A -13 . - i ForTarkio and Nodaway Valley branche.-. 5:10 pin - I from St. JoM'pli. J 2o . j For Council Mutl. Omaha, Su Paul and I.-IWa. m ' Minneapolis from St. Loui, Kansas Cily j ami St. .lo-x-ph. A 91 j Way freight north hound !:. a in A 46 .- j ForSt..Ioeph from Yillisca and Nodaway i::$Sam and Tarkio Valley branches. 22 To SI. Joseph and Kansas City from St. 3:0.'! am ' Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Bluffs. 20 - To St. Joseph and Kansas Oily from St. 1 :02 pm Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Muffs. 26 ' To St. Joseph and St. Louis from Omaha 8:47 pm and Council Bluffs. IS For St. Joseph. Kansas City. St. Louis and all eastern point. ":( y. in. A;92 Way freight south hound. "2:29pm 51193 oi :uossiiupv mf06l '61 Pu qiuaAOM Aepjng puis Bpjjj 'XtfpsjnqjL 4Avoqs uiniuaqjuBsXjq junuuv qu!N Program of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church for Sunday even ing, November 13, 1904, at 0:30 o'clock. Leader, Bert Lynch.. Topic: "Our Partnership and Fellow ship," 1 Cor. 12:28 31; '13:1-13. Song service, sociely. Scripture lesson, alternately. Prayer. BoHcnll. Word: "Fellowship " , sr-c: Mt F&itn, Okj Baptism,-' Myrtle French. "One in Chris? Hazel Morris. uV:iys of Enj&ytug World wide Fel lo"7sh," Martha Petree. Song, "Blest ffo The Tie," society. 'The Beciut es of Fellowship," Ella j O'Fallon. 'The Silent Partner." G. w. Murphy. Session short prayers. Song, society. General participation. C. E. Benediction. Y'uu are cordially invited to attend. BIG SLAUGHTER SALE Six Thousand Dollars IN Native Lumber ! Come ;.nd se mo for all kinds of Na tive Lumber Fencing, Boxing. Dimeu sion Stuff. I want your riders, the larger the better. Let me figure on your bills. PII IL1 P SOULOTZIf A UKU, 31.'. milea west of Cutzon, and a half mileKOut.il of SliainVr school house Call me up M'horjo No. 1. South, or ad drees me at Oregon. Mo., R F. D . No. 3 our. Buy your Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats and Rubber Goods MUST GO AT REDUCED . PRICES SALE WILL BEGIN MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1904 AND WILL LAST ONE WEEK J. B. PAYNE & CO.. Oregon. Mo. If you are interested in the purchase of a Nebraska Farm or Ranch, we may be able to as sist you. Write THE NULK LAND CO. Falls City, Neb. Order f Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, ss County of Holt. i " " In the Circuit Court. January Term, 1!W. Fannie. I. Marshall. Plaintiff, vs. Geo E Anderson. Alice Anderson and Geo. w! Cummins, trustee. Defendants. At this day comes the Plaintiff herein, by her attorney before the undersigned O.erkof this Court in vacation" and files lier Petition and Affidavit, alleging, among other things, that Defendants. Geo. E. Anderson and Alice Anderson are not residents of the State of "AHvhereunon. it is ordered by the Clerk, t hat said Defendants be notified by publication that Plaintiff has commenced a suit against them in this Court, the object and Mineral nature of which is that the said Plaintiff seeks to have her dower ad measured in the following described lands owned by Defendants, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of .section t wenty-five (25). in township sixty-one (61). of range thirty-nine (SO. situate and bei ng m Holt county, Missouri; anil that unless the 'altl Geo E. Anderson and Alice Anderson be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof, U) be begun and holden at the Court House , ,,, the Oltv of Oregon. in said Unintj. on the -if day of January next and on i he first day of said term, answer or plead to the peti tion in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment, will be rendered ae- 'Tnd'fus further ordered, that a copy here of be published, according to law. in t he Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper published m Holt county, Missouri, for fur successive weeks, the last insertion to be at least, thirty .lays before the .said hIVIkiTe! Circuit Clerk. .las. L" Orr, Attorney for IMaintitT. A true copy from the record. Witness my hand :nd the seal of the circuit EAL.l court of Holt county, tins 2d dayofNovembeiM HOCKErE. Circuit Clerk. NOW We have a large sup ply of Old Wheat Flour. It is going higher. Tou have the Money AUCTION! AUCTION! Having decided to re' ir1 from the Jewelry business. I shall oH'er my entire stouk. at auction, begi-niiii; Tuesday morning, November 1 Threo sales daily: lO.IJO a m , 2:.'0 and 7::() p. m. A pplendid opportunity to purchase WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SILVERWARE of all kinds, CUT GLASS, and all articles in oiii store which we cannot, enumerate Our morning sales will be more particularly for the ladies, when we shall offer our fine Cut Glas and Table Silverware of all kinds. A splendid opportunity to purchase presents for the coming holidays, or to replenish your table with some thing nice at a very cheap price We shall surely have great bargains for you. We hope to see all of our old customers and their friends during this sale. Verv respectfully, R. U. HENDRICK, Jeweler, 412 Felix Street, : : ST. JOSEPH, HO. iP1. J Poultry Wanted! Poultry Wanted! we have the Flour Moo Let's trade. re I Kreek. Grocers, Oregon, Mo. Phones: Independent 7. Mutual 42. Go to St. IiOuis Fair Over the great Burlington Route. Tickets on sale daily, good for sixty days, for SI 2 50. Good from all points m Holt county. 4 A bright eyed girl baby came to gladden the home of W. L. Hutton and ' wife, October 20, 1901. BY JAMES SHUMATE, FOREST CITY, MO. Turkeys wanted no later than Friday or Saturday, Nov. II and 12, or Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 14 and 15. After, that time prices will be lower. Old Gobblers 11 c Old Hen Turkeys l?Kc Young Turkeys fat, nine pounds and over 12c Poor thin turkeys not wanted at half price. Chickens bought every day in the week at the highest market price. Week before last was without a par allel in the number of deaths and trage dies occuring in Clarinda or vicinity. Thirteen funerals were held in this city or in the near towns, including one death by murder, two by suicide one by accident. There were also two other attempts at suicide, and one man was committed to the asylum. King Perkins Compauy at Forest City opera house, Monday, Nov. 14 Seats on sale at Cass & Cotten's store. Delivered to Teare Bros., Forest City. Mo., on Saturday, Nov. 12, 1904. Hens 7Jc Springs 7c Ducks 8 c Geese 5 c Hen Turkeys, fat 12 o Gobblers, fat 10 c Roosters, per dozen 83 00 Remember the date and place of de livery. CRAWS TO BE EMPTY. Swift and Company. Per W. M. McKEE. Mrs. A. R. Coburn was called to Bowling Green, Mo., by telegram, on Thursday of last week, Nov. 3, 1904, which announced her mother had been stricken with appoplexy. Mrs. Coburn's mother was formerly Miss Sue Bowen who resided here prior to the war with her parents. Oregon High school foot ball team will play the St. Joseph team at St. Jo seph, on tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 11th. Real Estate For Sale. Consists of a farm of 18H acres, with two sets of improvements all un der fence, m a god state of cultivation. Splendid neighborhood, lo cated AU2 miles northeast of Oregon. Price 8U5 per acre. Is a farm of 103 acre$, located 4 miles north of Forest Citv bout 83 acres m cultivation, 15 acr.s of fine timber, all under fence and cross fenced into G fields Has three cisterns and three wells. Plenty of all kinds of !rti!t. Small dwelling, new barn, new smoke and hen house two com cribs. Price $50 per at-re. ' Consists of 1G0 acres, located :., miles east of Oregon. Mo Has ood brick house of ten rooms: horse ami hay barn, tool" house, heds "and corn cribs. In fact one of the best improved farms in the countv Apply for price. Consists of a farm of jo a -res. located abont 4 1. miles northwest of forest Gitj . Ha ten acres iu cultivation, balance in timber. Small dwelling and stable, living water on the place. Price, 81100. Consists of a farm of GO acres, located 3. miles north of Forest Citv Small dwelling, and some outbuildings; plenty of fruit, all under fei.ee", 4l acres in cultivation, balance timber. Price, 650 per acre. Is a farm of 40 acivs, with about 33 of same in cultivation, fenced with Hog and Barbed wire; good spring on premises; apple, peach and pear trees. New four room house, small barn. This farm is going to be soid. If you want a home cheap, come at once. You will get a bargain. Consists of a farm of 40 acres, four miles from Nodaway station, and five miles from Forbes Station. Frame house of three rooms. Stable for four horses. Chicken house and cave. One mile to church and one and-a half to school. Ten acres of apple orchard, also peach, pear and cherry trees Other small fruit. Price, $1400. Consists of a farm of 160 acres, located ona mile southeast of New .roint. (jood house and outhouse; cistern, well, living water on the farm. Land undor high state of cultivation. Price, 810,000. Consists of a farm of 120 acres, located about 74 miles southeast of Mound City and same distance southwest of Maitland. Well fenced, five room house, go d barn, cattle and hog shed, hen bouse, smoke house, arched cave, living water, two wells and one cistern. Plenty of fruit of all kinds. Price, 87600. Is a farm of 40 acres, situated about 4 miles north of Forest City; 30 acres in cultivation, balance in timber and lots. Plenty of fruit. Dwelling of two rooms, log stable, chicken house, good well of water and cistern. Price, 81700. Consis.ts of a farm of 10 acres, located three miles southeast of Oregon. Good house and barn and other outbuildings. Fine orchard, nearly all to grass. Price, 81100. Situated mile northwest of Oregon, good five r-.om house, part of which has just been built. New stable, good well of water, plenty of all kinds of good fruit, land nearly level. Price, 81550. Farm of 127 acres, four miles southeast of Oregon. Has dwellicg,barn, other outbuildings; good orehnrd, good timber, about 110 acres in cul tivation. One half ir"1 from school. p!'inty of w-ite. Prico, 047G2.C0. 32 acres. The b-isi : .t farm of its size in Holt countv. Located.-; mile from Oregon ol Forest City road. A splendid assortment of fruits and berries, selected and planted by N. F. Murray.. All in bearing. A money maker. NO. 16. 62 acres just outside tha limits of Mound City. A bargain. NO. 17. We still have 200 acres of the Everett land in Forbes township which we can sen cneap in au or ou acre tracts. NO. 18. This is about J28 acres in sections 3 and 10, 60, .38; four miles north of Uregon. We think this is a bargain. NO. 19. 102 acres, 2 miles southeast of Oregon. This is a umll.fmnrniWl fnrm Plenty of all kinds of fruit. Well watered by well, 3 cisterns, living spring and running water. A good home. Price, only 870 per ocra. NO. 20. 72 acres, ony x.z mile from No. 19. Good, new, small house and barn: all fenced, small orchard. Price S50 per acre, if sold soon. About 100 acres, 1 mile east of Oregon. Part of Samuel Foster farm. This will sell cheap. Inquire at this office or of Chas. W. or Thos. S. Foster, at farm. NO. 1. I NO. NO. 4. NO. NO. NO. NO. 8. NO. 9. NO. 10. NO. 11. NO. 12. NO. 13. NO. 14. NO. 15 NO. 21. No. 21. Consists of 1)9'.; acres within one mile of Oregon. Vnrv fmntl hnnu barn about new, mostly in cultivation, plenty of water, and a great bargain at $70 of 138 acres within one-half mile of Napier. I i or grass, and 836 per acre will buy it. This is All is a NO. NO. 2. 3. No. 22. Is a bottom farm under good fence, either in corn rare bargain. No. 23. Consists of 80 acres about eight miles southeast of Oregon. Has dwelling, barn, plenty of water, and 8-3,300 will buy it. No. 24. Is a ranch of 400 acres, Christ:an county, Missouri. Has 120' acres in timothy and cultivation. About all under fence: has dwelling of eight rooms, barn, stock scales and stockyards. These buildings and yards being located in the town of Chadvvick, and the farm adjoining up to it A line opportunity for some trader. Chadwick is a splendid little town, and the terminus of the railroad. The land not in cultivation and gras?, is covered with most excellent timber. It is watered by five large springs and two cisterns. Price, 85,500. City Residence Property. NO. 1. Frame dwelling, 30x28, with good arch cave, plenty of outbuildings, water, fruit, etc. Price, 81500. Dwelling of seven rooms, one lot, plenty of fruit and water. Price, 8800. Dwelling of eight rooms, good new porch, screened in, wood house, summer kitchen, barn, two cisterns, water works, electric lights, lot ana a rourtn, all tor NO. 4. Consists of dwelling of five rooms, barn, two lots, plenty of fruit. Price, 81100. NO. 5. Consists of a dwelling of eight rooms, bam and other outbuildings; has one whole block and two lots, located in a good residence portion of Forest City, Mo. Price, $1750. NO. 6. Dwelling house, ait rooms, small barn, well and cistern, two lots. Lo cated 2 blocks north of the court house square in Oregon. Price, $1100. We have other property for sale, both in town and the country. Write, or come in and see us. We have a complete set of Abstracts of Title to all land and town lots in Holt county, and solicit your abstracting, and will give you prompt and accurate service. Home and Eastern money to loan. ' If you want to BUY, SELL, BORROW or LEND, call on PETREE BR05. & BENTON, Oregon, - - - Ho. Are You Interested in the South? DO YOU CAKE TO KNOW OF THE MARVELOUS DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN The Great Central South? OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEN OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH? Do you want to know about rich farrnfnjr lands, fertile, well located, on a Trunk Line Railroad, whirh will produce two, three and four crops from the same field each year, and which can be purchased at very low prices and on easy terms? About stock-raislnf?. where the extreme of winter feeding is but six (ti) short weeks? Of places where truck-growing and fruit-raising yield enormous returns each year? Of a land where you can live out of doors every day in tin year? Of opportunities for i:siablishinjr profitable manufacturing indus tries: of rii'h mineral locations, and splendid busines openings? If you want to know the di't-iils of any or all of these, write me. I will gladly advise vou fully and truthfully. Q. A. PARK, General Immigration and Industrial Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO. LOUISVILLE, KY.