Newspaper Page Text
$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. $12.60 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 All trains daily excef as ottn-rwise mited. A Daily Except Sundav Traia No. FOREST CITY TRAIN SKUVICE. 41 17 1!1 A 4:i 2:J A A 46 22 20 26 IS A!92 Fur 'uiiirii ISlnil"-. and Omaha from t. Ltii- and St. .lo-cpli. For Lincoln. Denver. I'olorndo and l:n-ilii ."o:it from K:tn.vt "it y and St. Joseph. ' For Lincoln. Denver. Colorado and 1'acitic I'oaM from Kansas Chy and Si. Joseph. For CminitU Itltill. Omaha, St. I'ai:l and Minneapolis from Kansas City and St. Jo seph. 1'orTarlcio and Nodaway Valley branches from St. .lo.-cpli. For Council ItlnllV., Mmaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis from St. Louis, Kansas City anil St.. Joseph. Way freighl north lound For St. Joseph from Villiseaand Nodaway and Tarkio Valley branches. To St. Joseph and Kansas City from St. Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha and Council ithuTs. To St. Joseph and Kansas City from St. Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Muffs. To St. Joseph and St. Louis from Omaha and Council Muffs. For St. .Joseph, Kansas City. St. Louis and all eastern point. Way freight south bound. Depart s:0." a in i:l.' p rn 1 1 :." a m l m .":IU p m 1 ::: a m '.:::s a m i :Ts a m :;:0:; a m 1 :(f. p m 8:47 p tn :!." p. m. j :2 p m Lumber, Lumber, Lumber Oak Lumber We have a complete stock oi Oak Lumber, ranging in size from 2x4's and 4x4s up to 18 inches in width. Sawed Oak Posts If you want a good straight fence use our Sawed Oak Post. Ladders Straight, Extension, Step Ladders. Our line of Ladders is the Most Complete in the County. Every house should have a Ladder. Poultry Wanted! Delivered to Tesre Bros , Forest City Mo., on Saturday forenoon, Nov. 19. Wednesday forenoon, Nov. 23. HIGHEST MARKET PRICES. Hold your Poultry for our dates. Remember the d;ito and place of de livery. CRAWS TO BE EMPTY. Swift and Company. Per W. M. McK-EE. Native Lumber ! Come and seo uie for all kinds of Na tive Lumber Fencing. Boxing. Dimen sion Stuff. I want your orders, the larger the better. Let me figure on your bills. PHILiP SCHLOTZHAUER, 3lf miles west of Curzon, and a half niile eouth of Shaiffer school house Call me up -'Phone No. 1. South, or ad dress me at Oregon, Mo., R. F. D., No. 3 The Weather. Corrected weekly by Leah Kaucher. 1904 PRECIPITATION. MAXIMUM. MINIMUM. RAIN. SNOW. November 3 GO 10 4 (JS 41 5 Go as 6 67.5 33 7 65 38 8 59 32 9 42 32 .15 .5 10 38 29 .10 11 30 22 12 47 17 13 40 23 14 53 23 5 15 Gl 31 10 68 39 Total precipitation to date is .2" inches Rev. C. McCain, who years ago, was stationed here, aod is a cousin of Mrs. Mary Curry and Mrs. Wm Brodbeck, of thip city, and who now resides at Kent land, Ind., eends ue the weather con ditions at thai place, with the view of comparison with the weather here: Nov. min. max. 1 40 70 clear.. 2 40 70 clear. 3 34 70 dear. 4 44 00 clear. 5 40 00 clear. 0 34 56 clear. 7 34 60 clear. 8 34 64 cloudy. 9 36 56 cloudy. 10 34 50 cloudy, rain and snow. 11 24 60 clenr. j 12 20 46 clear. 13 24 38 cloudy, snow, clear p.m. 14 28 44 clear 15 30 50 clear. Flour. Buy your Ruley fe Kunkel Both Phones. One Block West of Square. FLOOR AUCTION! AUCTION! Having decided to re' ire from the Jewelry business, I shall offer my entire stock at auction, beginning Tui sday morning, November 1. Three sales dailv: 10:30 a m , 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. A t-plendid opportunity to purchase WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SILVERWARE of all kind's, CUT GLASS, and all articles in oui store which we cannot, enumerate. Our morning sales will be more particularly for the ladies, when we shall offer our hne Cut Glass 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. NOW We have a large sup ply of Old Wheat Flour. It is going higher. You have the Money we have the Flour Let's trade. Moore & Kreek, Grocers, Oregon, Mo. Phones: Independent 7. Mutual 42. oi :uoissiiupv f06l '61 pui?8l 'LI JquiaAOM 'unossjw 4uo5foj() 1 4X9pos uiniuaqui?SjOi3 uoSajQ aqj jo saDidsny aqj Japufi 'Avoqs wntuaqjiresAjq Burlington Fair Rates. The Burlington Route is selling round-trip tickets to the St. Louis Fair for $7, good for seven days. On sale daily, except Fridays and Saturdays. Go to St. Louis Fair Over the great Burlington Route. Tickets on sale daily, good for sixty days, for $12 50. Good from all points in Holt county. Clota Beeler, of the Benton district, ie feading 500 head of sheep. Monarch. Miss Mary Clark is visiting in Forbes. Mrs. Mayh'eld visited with Mrs. Boyd the 14th. Albert Huiatt made a flying trip to Oregon, on business. Osa Enos has returned to Holt county from Arkansas. We hear the Blackberry school is closed: cause unknown. Everybody hilarious over the elec tion news. All went well. Mrs. Kretzer has been on the sick list, but she is getting better. A shallow stream makes noise, like unto a free silver orator, and to no pur pose. There will be Holiness preaching at Monarch school house the third Sunday in November. Rev. Turner,of St. Joseph, preached a very interesting sermon at Monarch last Sunday at 11 o'clock and at 7 p. m. Miss Jerushia Karr.the blind daugh ter of Grandpa Karr, was baptized. Air. Walker of the Holiness church baptized her. The health of our community is j good for this time of the year. No chills or fever to speak of. JohnGarner's baby is getting well after a serious sick 1 neea. Jim Smith's girls entertained a small company of young friends last week in honor of Miss Strickler. They all en joyed themselves and had a splendid time. Mrs .laqnnr fi-arnAr mnf wifch n hurl accident lately, she was on her way to Nodaway Station accompanied by her son, George, a young man and Mr. Gar ner. They were driving 2 year old colts. They became frightened and Mr. Garner lost control of them. They left the road and ran down a steep hill and Mrs. Gar ner fell out of the seat, and the wheel run over her and she was hurt, but is now getting along nicely. Ohio. NO. 1. NO. 3. Real Estate For Sale. Cons.sts of a farm of 185 acres, with two sets of improvements all un der fence, in a g-od state of cultivation. Splendid neighborhood, lo cated 32 miles northeast of Oregon. Price 805 per acre Is a farm of 103 acre?, located 4 miles north of Forest City bout 8 acres m cultivation, 15 acres of fine timber, all under fence and cros fenced into 6 fields. Has three cisterns and three wells. Plenty of all lands of fruit. .Small dwelling, new barn, new smoke and hen house two corn cribs. Price S50 per acre. . Consists of 100 acres, located 2L miles east of Oregon, Mo. Has good brick house of ten rooms: horse and hay barn, tool house, sheds ana corn cribs. In fact one of the best improved farms in the cuuntv Apply for pricv. Consists of a farm of lu aires, located abonl 4 i miles northwest of JJorest Cit. Has ten acres iu cultivation, balance in timber. Small dwelling and stable, living water on the place. Price, SHOO. Consists of a farm of GO acres, located V$ miles north of Forest Citv Small dwelling, and some outbuildings; plenty of fruit. all under fei.ee. 4u acres in cultivation, balance timber. Price, 850 per acre. Is a farm of 40 acres, with about 33 of same in cultivation, fenced with Hog and Barbed wire: good spring on premises; apple, peach and pear trees. ISew 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 live miles from Forbes Station. Frame house of three rooms Stable for four horses. Chicken house and cave. One mile to church and one aod-a-half to school. Ten acres of apple orchard, also peach, pear and cherry trees Other small fruit. Price, 81400. Consists of a farm of 160 acres, located on mile southeast of New Point. Good house and outhouse; cistern, well, living water on the farm. Land undor high state of cultivation. Price, S10.000. Is a farm of 40 acres, situated about 4J miles north of Forest City; 30 acies in cultivation, balance in timber and lots. Plentv of fruit. Duelling of two rooms, log stable, chicken house, good well of water and cistern. Price, 81700. Consists of a farm of 10 acres, located three miles southeast of Oregon. Good bouse and barn and other outbuildings. Fine orchard, nearly all to grass. Price, 81100. Situated niile northwest of Oregon, good five room house, part of which has just been built. New stable, good well of water, plentv of all kinds of good fruit, land nearly level. Price, 81550. Farm of 127 acres, four miles southeast of Oregon. Has dwelling,barn, other outbuildings: good orchard, good timber, about 110 acres in cul tivation. One-half mile from school. Plenty of water. Price, 34762.50. 32 acres. The best fruit farm of its size in Holt countv. Located i mile from Oregon on l'orest City road. A splendid assortment of fruits and berries, selected and planted by N. F. Murray. All in bearing money niakr. - NO. 16. 02 acres just outside the limits of Mound City. A bargain. NO. 17. We'still have 200 acres of the Kverett land in Forbes township which we can sell cheap in 40 or 80 acre tracts. NO. 18. This is about 128 acres in sections 3 aud 10, GO, 33: four miles north of Oregon. We think this is a bargaiu. NO. 19. 102 acres, 2 miles southeast of Orearon. This mrrrtrAr1 farm Plenty of all kinds of fruit. Well watered by well, 3 cisterns, living spring and running water. A good home. Price, only $70 per ocre. NO. 20. 72 acres, only "i mile from No. 19. Good, new, small house and barn; all fenced, small orchard. Price 850 per acre, if sold soon. No. 21. Consists of 09! acres within one mile of Oregon, Very good house, barn about new, mostly in cultivation, plenty of water, and a great bargain at 870 per acre. No. 22. Is a bottom farm of 138 acres within one-half mile of Napier. All under good fence, either in corn or grass, and 83G per acre will buy it. This is a rare bargain. NO. 4. NO. 5. NO. 6. NO. 7. NO. 8. NO. 9. NO. 11. NO. 12. NO. 13. NO. 14. NO. 15 Has No. 23. Consists of St) acres about eight miles southeast of Oregon. uwemng, uarn, pieniy or water, ana JSi,.JU will buy it. No. 24. Is a ranch of 400 acres, Christ'an county, Missouri. Has 120 acres in timothy and cult vation. About all under fence; has dwelling of eight rooms, barn, stock sc.iles and stockyards. These buildings and yards being located in the town of Chadwick, and the farm adjoining up to it A fine opportunity for some trader. Chadwick is a splendid little town, and the terminus of the railroad. The land not in cultivation and grass, is covered wiih most excellent timber. It is watered by five large springs-and two cisterns. Price, 85.500. NO. 25. Farm of 80 acres about five miles northeast of Forbes, near school house and church, all under frnce. Plenty water, fruit &c. Very food buildings. Price, 83,300. NO. 26. Consists of 240 acres, located 4 miles northeast of Oregon in a splendid neighborhood. Has dwelling of six rooms. Barn .'13x30. About all in cultivation. Price, 8G0 per acre. NO. 27. 84J4 acres. 1 miles northeast of Forest City all under ferce. Fair buildings. Lots of fruit and water. Will be sold at a great bar gain if sold right away see us at once. NO. 28. 160 acres some seven miles southeast of Mound City in a splendid neigh borhood has frame dwelling of six rooms, barn 40x60, double corn crib, hog house, smoke and wood house,living water and a fine orchard, all in cultivation; all under fence. A great bargain at $70 per acre, City Residence Property. NO. S. Dwelling of eight rooms, good new porch, screened in, wood house, summer kitchen, barn, two cisterns, water works, electric lights, lot and a fourth, all for 314C0. 4. Consists of dwelling of five rooms, barn, two lots, plenty of fruit. Price, $1100. 6. Dwelling house, six rooms, small barn, well and cistern, two lots. Lo- voiou a uiuvna uunu ui tucj luui I uuuao aijUMa IU VrrogOU. x TICV, 11UU. 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 seryice. Home and Eastern money to loan. If you want to BUY, SELL, BORROW or LEND, call on PETREE BROS. & BENTON, Oregon, . . - Mo. NO. NO. Ed. S. Hayes has been named by Governor Dockery as coal oil inspector for Buchanan county. It pays about 81,000 per year. Are You Interested in the South? DO VOL' CARE TO KNOW OK 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 farming lands, fertile, well located, on a Trunk Lino Railroad, which 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 terras? About stock-raising, where the extreme of winter feeding is but six (6) 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 the year? Of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing Indus tries: of rich mineral locations, and splendid business openings? If you want to know the details of any or ail of these, write me. I will gladly advise you fully and truthfully. Q. A. PARK, General Immigration and Industrial Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO. LOUISVILLE, KY.