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HOL T COUflTY NURSERIES, OqEQOJll, iuo. Fruit troea a specialty. I have them We wish to call the atten-' tioa of the public to the fact that we have a large supply of the very best ouraery trees, best varieties, true to name and free from disease, consisting of Apple (over 40 varieties) Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry, Apricots; also Grape Vives, Blackberries, Raspberries, Gooseberries, Currants, Strawberries, Shade Trees, Evergreens, Hardy Shrubs Roses, Efc, Etc. 2 j Prices LowEq TfAT THE Lowest! Plant out a new orchard the coming spring. Soil was never in better condition, and owing to mild winter, all nursery stock will bc strong, full of vitality, easy to transplant. Remember if you wish fruit in the future and for future generations, you must, keep right on planting trees. The same principle that moves you to il::nf. more corn, alfalfa and raise more Missouri mules, should also move you t plant more trees. You will surely run out if you don't. Price list mailed out freo on application. Location office and grounds, northeast, part of City of Oregon. S. fH. BUORER, PnopniEjo. AETNA LIFE C CO. For an investment -a 20-year En dowment Policy. Full face value paid to the insured in CASH in time stated, witn interest or aiviaenas all along the way. EL "WELTIT SPECIAL AGENT, OREGON. MO. Oak- Grove. Elex Cookso"was in Oregon, last Saturday. Ed Hermenson has his uice new house completed.'. Lute Meade was iu Oregon, Wed nesday, on business ' . ' Our mail carrier is prompt and at his post every day ,at, about the same bour- .' i. ii . Mrs. Meiviu -went to the hospital in St. Joseph, MotuljBjr.tif, last week. Her health is no better The many friends are glad to see little Dewey Cpokaeyup and around in his home, after being very sick the past four weeks, and we all hope to see him improve. Miss Annie Mitchell returned to her home, Wednesday of last week, in Lang don, Reno Co . Kaqa., after a pleasant viBSit of two months' with her friende, Mrs. Lizzie Cooksey and family. X. Nickell's Grove. Beryl Kunkal was visiting home folks, last week. Miss Ida Markt was visiting Lydia Smith over Sunday. The farmers are all busy choppiug their summer's wood. Nathan Smith lost a One horse last week by snugging herself. Martin Erixon will do farm work for Wesley Zachman this summer. Charley Hunter eleft Monday for Philadelphia to visit his mother. We are glad to see Nate Smith "able to be out chopping wood again. Mrs. Chris Moyer visited her par ents in Andrew county, last week. Mrs. E:irl Stephenson and Mrs. Jim Buntz are on the sick list, this week. Ed. Hershner and Charley Smith made a business trip to Mound City, hist week. Fred Ilershner has gone to Andrew county to work for a few months for Frank Knealo. Dick Ramsey has moved on the Jerry .Markt farm, end will farm the place this year. Silas Hershner has moved back on his home Jplace. Sile says there is no place like home. Edgar Thatcher and Robert Cowan, Jr., were the guests of Harrison and Dale Kunkel, Sunday. We are sorry to learn of the serious illness of little Dan Hardman. We hope for his recovery soon. Mike Stephenson and daughter, of Preemont, la., were' the guests of Earl Stephenson, ladl week. We are glad to learn that Wesley Zachman's eyes are fast improving, after a Gve weeks treatment in Chicago. The following parties sold hogs last week: C. L. Kunkel, G8 head; Dan Fuhrman, GO head; Buntz brothers, 34 head; Earl Stephenson, 22 head. Nickell's Grove school closed last Friday a term of six months, taught by Miss Julia Kunkel. She gave good satis faction, and a large crowd attended the box supper in the evening. The receipts D. M. Lay was a St. Joseph visitor, this week. M. Iv. Martin was in St. Joseph, Thursday of this week. Mrs. T. J. Partridge is confined to her bed with the, grippe. Attorney Ivan Blair has returned from his trip in Oklahoma. Mrs. James B. Hinde was shopping in St. Joseph, Tuesday of this week." 20 pounds best eugar. $1.00. Krkek & Hasness. Rev. C. S. Finney and wife left this week for Omaha, where they will likely locate. The Tarkio Glee Club will give an entertainment here .Tuesday evening, March 26th. Be sure to make your plans to hear the Tarkio Glee Club, Tuesday evening, March 2Uth. Hear the Parkville Quartette at the Presbyterian church, Monday night, March 18th. Kargon prescription can be filled accurately at the Hinde Drug Co., also Virgin Oil of Pine. Mrs. Charles Dawson, of St. Joseph, spent a few days here this week, visiting with her niece, Mrs. Charles Narans. Now is the time to drink Sasafras Tea. We just received boiue fresh. Hinde Drug Co , for Pure Drugs. Mrs. Fannie Ljuise Reed, of St.g Jo seph, is being entertained by her sister, Mrs. Minerva Bond, of. the Culp district. Alpha T. Hayden left this week for Kansas City, where he will likely locate. We wish Alpha success ahd health in his new home. Parties desiring good field and gar den seed should call on the Bragg Hard ware Co., who have just received a fresh supply of northern grown seeds. Ralph Gregory, of Union township, was fined S1C0 by the U. S. court at its recent term in St. Joseph, for sending an obscene letter through the mail. A report has reached us that Mark Moore, formerly of Mound City, and later of Fillmore, died in Kansas City on Friday of last week, March 8, 1907. We have installed a bandy button machine and can cover buttons to match any goods. Bring us a piece of the cloth. Kbeek & Hasness Father E. Evans will preach it the Evangelical church, Sunday evening. Father Evans was pastor of the church here years ago and is well known. Come and hear him again. Ed Mclntyre, of Hopkins, was in town for a few days this week, the guest of relatives, and looking after business interests. He is a cousin of L. I. Moore and Mrs. Cora Burgess. Guy Meyer and Bert Smith, two of Benton township's most excellent citi zens have gone to Montrose, Colo., with the view of locating. It is a loss when such people leave our county. For Rent. Small place, known as the Beeler place, one half mile north of Oregon. ' Can give possession at once. Apply to Mrs. Susie B. Fitzmacrige, R. F. D. No. 1, Forest City, Mo. A Good Entertainment. As was advertised last week, Mr W. E Crampiuu, the cartoonist, from Baker University, gave his entertainm-nt at Morse mid So nh Park lo two very ap preciative audience-, Indeed .Mr. Cramp ton is a genius in his iuo of work. He caught his audiences' attention at the very fiist and held it throughout a period of m re tha" one hour and a half. His jokes are witt and indeed so when with a few masterly strokes he puts be fore his audience a living c rtoon em thasiziug his point. Not a word of criti cism but mni y compliments were heard from both audiences No ont can afford to uvbs an opportunity they may have of havirg Mr. Cramoion at thir t.wn. Mr. Crampton varies the progratr by giving two solo numbers vvi.ich are highly com plimenied. His beautiful drawiug of N-llie Gray," followed by the song, ar tistically Ming in a d -i p basso, created much go'd commen' Olatho ( Kansas) Mirror.. W. E. Crampton is a former Oregon boy, having gradua ed from our High school, and ip a son of Rev Henry CrainptO' . formerly pastor of the M. E. church. Eduirs many Mends here ex tend c ngratullions W 'Vic-., , '"',"' ' ' The above is an excellent likeness of Miss Ruth Craven, ubo-e appearance at. tan F -rest City op ra hout-p is lo- ked forward to as the real dramatic event of the s-.son. This ei-vi-r y.iinir actress comes this season in a new plav (-"titled "Her Fa'.il Error," a comedy drama in 4 acts Manifor Harr L. Heck, under whose personal direction Miss Craven appears, has given hin talented young Btar a supporting company of 10 people, first-cHss iu every respect. Beautiful special scenery is carried complete, the finest carried by any company en tour. Do not miss this fine attraction as it is the best to visit this city this season. Remember the date, opera house. Forest City, Saturday. March 16, 1907. , Miss Meyer's Lecture. On last Sunday the people of the Christian church in Oregon made a specialty of Foreign missions. In the morning elder John Wesley preached a stroug sermon on the subject and a! the phone line. We were glad Mr Forest City. Wm. Hitt was in St. Joseph. Sat urday. Mr:?. Maude Simmons left for New Mexico, la-t week. Mrs. Shauck Smith visited relatives in th city. Weduesday. Burn, to Mr. and Mrs George Lease, March 10, 1907, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Love lady, March 11, 1907, a son. Miss Grace Hill, of St. Joseph, vi iced relatives and friends here over Sun day. Mrs. Miller has returned from a several weeks' visit with relatives in Elmo John Boyd returned from Wyoming to attend the funeral of his father, Sat urday. Mell McNulty, of St. Joseph, was in the city. Sunday, the guest of the Murry home. Mr. and Mrs. Butley, of Mora, Minn , were visiting at the home of John France, Jr., this week. -Miss Maud- Baker visited her sis ter, Mrs. Dan Larkins. in Bicelow, from Siturday until Monday evening. -The Misses Pansy Noland and Vera Watson are again in school, afier sev eral days' absence on account of sick ness. Rev. Moore, of St. Joseph, delivered an excellent sermon at, the Methodist church, Sunday evening. Quarterly conference was held at the church Mon day morning. Rcth. -mammm except as otherwise noted. Sunday Monarch. Edgar Lumley is alright again, aft-r a siege of the pneumonia. -Mrs. II. Boyd, who has been sick so loiig is no better at this writing. Eber Atkins is moving where Char ley Paulsgrore lived last season. The roads are still very muddy, and ii makes it bad on our mail carriers. Mrs E -Smith was up to visit with Mrs. George daham Wednesday after nooo. Gracie Smitn says it is a little lonely, but some body has to help take care of grandma. Quite a number of changes are be ing made Nathan Hughes is moving on the G. Ott place. The men have commenced working attain om their phone line, after attend ing the sales of Mr. Cline and Mr. Davidson. Mr. Dayidfion and family are mov ing to Fillmore, and Mr. Cline and fam ily are going to Kansas. We are sorry to lose good neighbors. 1 Mies Minnie Cline visited with the Smith girls Monday night also Jerjnie and Lester BlacK, Mrs. Raines aad S. L Karr spent the evening there. Our school closed Friday. Every body enjoyed a splendid diuner.altbough most of the men were busy working on Tratu No. FOREST CITY TRAIN SERVICE. Depart 27 41 A43. 21 A 45 23 A 91 A46 22 20 26 A 92 15 16 For Council Bluffs and Omaha from St. Louis and St. Joseph. For Lincoln, Denver, Colorado and Pacific Coast from Kansas City and St. Joseph. For Lincoln. Denver, Colorado and Pacific Coast from Kansas City and St. Joseph. For Council Bluffs, Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis from Kansas City and St. Jo seph. For Tarkio and Nodaway Valley branches from St. Joseph. For Council Bluffs, Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis from St. Louis, Kansas City and St. Joseph. Way freight north bound For St. Joseph from VIHlscaand Nodaway and Tarkio Valley branches. To St. Joseph and Kansas City from St. Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Bluffs. To St. Joseph and Kansas City from St. Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Bluffs. To St. Joseph and St. Louis from Omaha and Council Bluffs. Way freight south bound. For Lincoln, Denver and Western points Sunday only. For St. Joseph, Kansas City, St. Louis and f.astern points, sunuayomy. 8:10 am 9:13 p m 12 :S0 p m 2:31 p m 5:10 p m 1:30 a in 9:45 a m 9:45 a m 3:03 a m 1:02 pm 8:17 p m 1 .33 p m 12:37 p m 5:35 p m liberal offering was given. In th evening Miss Fanny Meyer gave an address on Chinese missions. She appeared in native Chinese costume and told many interesting facts about the Chinese, their manner of dress, salutation, small shoes, manner of cook ing and their worship of the great dragon. She npoke of the many strange features of Chinese life, and also of the many attractive points in the Chinese character -a nation of the oldest civili zation in the world, yet holding to cruel and absurd customs and foolish and dangerous manners. A great people, if only brought in touch with the higher light of Christianity. She spoke of their great need and our Kreat opportunity. Christian love called on us to go and teach ail nations. If we could not go personally, we could send. She said when she came home several years ago, she never thought of being home so long. She loved the Chinese and the Chinese mission work, and hoped to see it go forward. be spoko of the Holt County Mission School" which was built from funds raised by the people of Holt count, and the great joy it was to the people there. She had many Chinese curios which tended to illustrate her lecture, and while she spoke nearly an hour, ber address was highly appreciated and the audience gave her the closest attention. At the close of her address another good mis sion offering was taken up, and the work greatly beneGted by the excellent work accomplished. were about S18. O. Z. Field and garden seed in any quant ity you want Fresh, northern grown seeds a new supply just received at the Bragg Hardware, Co. Miss Cora Burgess and son, Bruce, are visiting in St Joseph. For Sale Four room house; good cistern and out buildings. Also 6-room house, includ ing 5 lots; well, cistern, barn, cave and all outbidding; also some furniture. Address or call and see Nbttib Burgess, Forest City, Mo. Bigelow. Duck shooting is good on Big Lake. Born, to Bert Stuart and wife,March 5, 1907 a little girl. Grandma Jackson, Coke's mother,is sick with pneumonia. Henry Sturat has been quite sick with pneumonia, but is a little better at this writing. Quite a number of the young leading lights of Democracy have gone to Kan sas Cit) to attend the convention, while some are going with cattle. D. S. Cat ron has shipped his cattle and also J. F. Bridgeman. Daniel E. Wilson and Clara E. Stanley were married, Wednesday even ing, March 6, 1907,at 6:30 at the Metho dist parsonage in Mound City, Mo:, Rev. Gillies officiating., .The groom is a fine young man of good habits. The bride is an prphan girl.of. excellent - character -i-farm-of t said-Robert 3. Stephenson, on The young folks will live south of Bige low on his father's farm. You Know Me. McArthur and hiB son, Archie, helped us out in bringing a dinner and also S. L. Karr in helping to fix the table. Ino. Trustee's Sale. Whereas Frank W. Zaehary and KHa 31. Zaehary, his wife, by their deed of trust, dated the 4th day of April, 189!). and filed for record April 10th, 18i9, iu the office of the re corder of deeds, within and for Holt county. State of Missouri, and recorded in look St, at page 445, conveyed to the undersigned trustee in trust, to secure the payment of the prom issory note in said deed of trust described, the following described real estate, lying and being in the County of Holt and State of .Mis souri, to-wit: The west half of the northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Section thirteen (I ): also the north luilf of the northwest quarter and the south half of the soul Invest quarter and the south west quarter of the southeast qnartorof Sec tion thirty-four (34). all in Township sixty two (t5"J), of Kange thirty-nine (39); also twenty (20) acres of land in a parallel strip off of the north side of the northwest quarter of Sec tion three (3), Township sixty-one (61), of Range thirty-nine (3!). And whereas default lias been made iu the payment of said note and the interest there on, and whereas the legal holder of said note has requested me to execute the power vested in me by the terms and provisions of said deed of trust: therefore in compliance with said request and in puisuaiice of the power vested in me bv said deed of trust, I will on 31 OX DA V. APRIL 15th. W7, between the hours of i o'clock in t lie forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the north doer of the court house in the City of Oregon, Holt County, Missouri. sell at pu die vendue for cash in hand to the highest bidder, the alMive described property, to satisfv said debt and interest and the cost of executing this trust. W. K. STURHS. Trustee. Chattle Mortgage Sale. Whereas, Robert S. Stephenson by his cer tain chattel mortgage, dated, August 23rd. 1000. and filed in the recorders oflice in and for Holt county. .Missouri, as appears from chattel mortgage file, Xo. 4,0tte', under said date, conveyed to Albert .Markt and Hertha .Markt to secure tin; promissory note in said chattel mortgage described, towit; 2 mares bought of Geo. S. .Stephenson. 2 mares, a brown and a bay, known as the" Eibert teani.with a mare colt and a bay horse mule at their side. 1 yearling mare colt, called Ruth. . 1 yearling horse colt, called Jimmy King. 1 driving team. 1 bay called Peaches, I brown called Clover. 1 3-year old cow.called Flossie. 1 Peter Shutler farm wagon. 1 Studebaker low wheeled wagon. 2 sets single harness 3 sets work harness. 1 set double buggy harness. 1 rubber tire road wagon. 1 top buggy, rubber tire. '2 new Xew Departure cultivators. I wood beam Xew Departure cultivator. 1 14 inch stirring plow. 1 lister, 1 drill, 1 stalk cutter. Ii5 bushels oats. 7 tons clover hay. 20 1 tales oat straw. 7f head of stock hogs, all thoroughbred .ler sevs, brood sows, eic. Clover hay and seed from second cutting. 1,000 bushels of corn. And whereas, it is provided ia and by the terras of said chattel mortgage, that in case of a sale or attempt to ell said property, or a depreciation m value thereof, Albert Markt and Bertha .Markt or their legal representa tives might take possession of said property, and sell the same for the payment of said debt and costs, and whereas, said note has beehassigned tome by the said Albert .Markt Markt and Hertba 31arkt, and :is such as signee, notice ls-nereny given tnat i win sen THE BEST ICE ON THE MARKET DO YOU WANT IT? If so, we will deliver it to you the coming season for 25c PER HUNDRED WEIGHT Yours for Good Service, J. H. KIPLINGER YOUff SPRIHQ SHOES HUE HERE Spring comes a little early this year. " Easter will come on March 31st. It's time you were think ing about your Spring footwear. We've been think ing about it a long time and now have a grand assortment of the latest creations in PETERS ' DIJUHOjlD BlJfiD SfjOES ready for your inspection. They're correct in style, fit and price. Muslin Underwear, the finest line in the city and prices are cheaper than you can make them. New suit patterns, waist patterns, ginghams, percales and embroideries. We handle everything in the Grocery line. Highest price for produce. It Pays to Trade at T. E. TEARE'5, Forest City, flo. SPRING TlflE IS BUGGY TlflE all of said property at public auction at the wte sam-Koocrc a. stepncnsoii MOV DAY. 3IAKCH 25th. 1907. salo commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. and con tinue unt all or said property is soiu. HAUL V. II. RIOI CDS. Assignee. Our spring stock is now beginning to arrive, and we will have one of the handsomest lines of fancy turn-outs ever shown in Oregon. We , will make you a set of Harness that will match ; your turn -out. We will also show you a com plete line of Farm Wagons, Horse Furnishing Goods, Etc. Be sure to call on us when you need anything in our line. Prices Are Right! We say see the goods and then pay. The mail order man says pay and you can see the goods. We are right here to make anything right that may happen to be wrong and there is no delay in getting repairs. G. J. FUHRMAN, OREGON, MISSOURI.