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Fast, Furious Selling Q Every Price in gical Operation. giwrasggsgggm 10 Yards American Calico for ftP to each of the first five women to yfl c - i .... ii -i - i i i iiiiwh i m mimi m I III wmm II" ta3MXiS our Stock has been under a Sur et 'em while they're Down. 10 Yards Hope Muslin for - - to each of the second five women to enter our store Opening Morning. 40c KREEK &, HASNESS, CASH STOGIE- THE ORE GON, MISSOURI. C PUBLIC SALE! I will offer at Pubiie Sale on my farm, 6 miles north of Oregon, and 3 miles west of N w Point, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 08 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the folbwing described property, to-wit: 52 HOGS - 52 Sixteen Brood Sows and thirty-six Spring Shoats. 8HORSES AND MULES8 1 span of Horses, smooth mouth, weight 2800; 1 Brood Ware, saddle bred. 9 years old, in foal by Coach horse; 1 coming 2-year eld bay Filley, saddle bred; 1 coming yearling Mare Colt, saddle bred; 1 horse Mule, 4-year old, about 16 hands, weight 1300; 1 coming yearling ... - - O I J i. AX. .In RJUie tOli; I COwling o-yedr uiu uurac mine. 8 CATTLiJbi 8 ft ha3H nf Milk Cnws. 1 will be fresh in January, 1 fresh now. 2 giving milk; 2 dry Cows, fat enough for beef; 2 Spring Calves, both Heifers. 2500BUSHELS OF CORN2500 in crib. Can be left in crib until next summer. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. 2 Farm Wagons. 1 oood as new; 1 Low Wagon; 1 Top Buggy; 2 sets of Work Harness: 1 set single Buggy Harness, 1 Riding Combined Lister, good as new; 3 Cultivators; 1 Rid ing Cultivator, g.iod as now; 2 Walking Cultivators; 1 Go devi!; 1 Stirring Plow: 1 Harrow; 1 Hay Rake; 1 Mowing Machine: 1 Bob Sled: 1 Hay Rack; 1 Wood Rack; 1 Grind stone; 1 Hard Corn Shelter, good as new. TERMS OF SALE: All sums of $10 and under, cash. Over S10. a credit of 12 months' will be given, purchaser giving bankable note, bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Terms of sale to be complied with before any property will be allowed to bs removed. LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUND. R. C. BENTON. Auctioneer. Wedding Bells. HUIATT-KICKETTS. Rev. Wm. C. Millikan performed the ceremony uniting in the bon I of holy wedlock, Mis- Nettie Huiat', of Oregon, Mo., and Wm. G. Ricketts, of Florence, Colorado, Sunday evening, at G Novem ber 15, 1908, at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. W. A. Sharp, on West Miiin iSlreet, Florence, Colorado. I The bride was lovely, gowned in a I handsome silk, the gr-iom in the conven j tional black, Dinner was served just ' before the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Ricketts went to their home in tho Ricketts' Block. The wedding was strictly a quiet home affair, only a few intimate friends being present. Miss Huiatt visited here during the past summer and the two became ac quainted which ripened into the stronger attachment. The groom has been identified with the business interests of our city almost since its beginning. After twice out growing his storeroom facilities on Front street, be built his present large block, fitting it out for bis new and second hand business in which he has of late been associated with J. P. Clausen. X. A party of Fillmore people came over last Sunday, on the invitation of Chas. J. Koock. to It. ok around. In the party were, C. W. Cole, C. G. Kennedy, J. E and C. Ii. Killin. G. W. Davison and F. E. Shores. While here they were entertained at the Woodland. FOR SALE -Five mules, coming through six years old. See Jacob Markt. L. I. Moore has purchased the Wm. Brodbeck farm of 105 acres on the For est City, Oregon road. Mr. Moore ex pects to put the land in corn and toma toes for the Oregon canning factory. To The Farmers! Do you know that the Oregon Creamery Co., will buy your Produce, such as Butter, Eggs, Cream. Poultry, Small Pigs, and Small Calves, and anything you have for sale. Missouri Game Law. At the requ-st of several of our read ers Thk-Sentinkl prints below the sea son for killing game birds in this state: '"No person or persons shall injure, kill or destroy, by any means whatever, the following named gamo birds, except between the following named dates: Wild turkey, from January 1st to Feb ruary 1st and from December 1st to De cember 31st of each year; quail, (bob white, partridge) from November 1st to December 31st of each year; the pinnat ed grouse (prairie chicken) shall not be killed pri'ir to 1910, after that year the open season shall be from November 15th to December loth of each year; ducks and geese, January 1st to April :0th, and September 10th to December loth of each year; snipe, January 1st to April 30th, and September l."th to De cember 31st of each year; plover, wood cock, dove, August 1st to December 31st of each year. Ary oue who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, be pun ished by a fine of not less than So nor more than S50 for each offense, and an additional tine of five dollars for each bird injured or killed." The open season for the killing of deer is during the months of November ind December. We will pay you CASH. Come in and see us TEST YOUR CREAM, will pay as much as any Creamery Co. Come in, use our Tester, and Test your own Cream. We don't boost prices for a little while. We will meet our competitors prices and stand by you. Come in and we will show how we do business. THE OREGON CREAMERY CO, "The Farmers Friend." REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPB l(jiiI.I.SHKI WKK.KI.V KVW.II Klt'HAHIlH. OKKIiO.N.JIO. OfVU'.F. I lVSTAIKS IN I H E MOOUEKI.OCK . Abstracter and Negotiator of Loans. W. E. Crane and M. Hubbard, of Forest City, were Oregon visitors, Mon day of this week. Transfers for the week ending N'ovem ber21sr. 1S03: WAKUANTY DEKD.S. Frank V. larman to Jno. A. Springer and wife, s H,l feet, lot 4, Mock S. Mound City S 0,000 Wm. F. Atkin-on to Theodore Feerson, ne aud n4 nw and se nw 27: nw nw 2G. CI, 30 32.000 Claude E. Stanley et al to Lemon W. Notley, ",2a in sw 9. Gl, .'59, 3 7 int M14 Benj. B. Simmons to Jas. W. Kel ley and wife, 'ot 7 and w 12 feet lot 8, block IS, Oregon 2.4C0 Guy Stanley et al by guardian to Lemon W. Notley, 3 7 int. ;"32a sw 9.01,39 1400 May Stanley by guardian to 471 S.COO 3,000 t l 1,000 Lamon W. Notley, 1-7 int. 52a sw9, Gl, 39 J. W. Berry to I. C. McGinnis, w G7a n2 sw3; lot 3, se 4, 61, 40. . . QUIT CLAIMS Wm M. Ilitt to Jno. B. Reeves, Excelsior works nw 32, GO, 3S.. Lucy Fitxmaurice to Doctor W. Swope, ne se 18; n2 sw and nw se 17. CI, 33 Mary E .Johnson to David S. Ca tron ndminis'rator, lot 3, block 4, Bigelow Pameiia Catlett to. Jno. G. Lirupp, lot 7, block 1. Mound City Hi Hershberger. he of Eskr:dge, i KansHS, but who in the years gone by 1 used to be one of us, and i.one ever bet j ter lived amorg us, is '.whooping it up" j in the interest of his patrons and sends , out a most unique folder, giving prices on his extensive and varied line of mer chandise. He's a hustler still, and we guess he'll keep on hustling after he 'crosses over" he can't help it. He's Kansasized. ! Oakland. .loe Mitchell shipped a car lowl of hogs to St. Joseph, Mumlity. Everybody is taking "advagt.age of the. pretty weather in the corn shucking ileal. -Master Burn'trd Mitchell visited over Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. Will Hill, of For- tescue. Everybody attend the Good Time given the Oakland school the 4 of December, Fri day night. I ir. Simpon's beautiful country home is near its completion. It certainly adds beauty I to our neighterhood. ' -Three months of school closed todav at Oakland. The pupils thinking they have broken the record, a- there has been only one tardy mark on record, l'arents certainly de serve praise for this effort. Clarence Randall, well known among our young people, was taken suddenly ill in Craig, last Sunday, and it was tho jght for a while was beyond medic 1 aid. He is im proving and will be brought home this com ing Wednesday, if Improvement, si ill con i tinues. His parents weresummoned Immedi ately. I The Oakland school is making great preparations to entertain the young people of the surrounding districts. On December 4th they will serve lee cream, ovsters and boxes will also he sold. There will a pretty box of ten-tens given to the test looking girl. Now boys, just bring her along anil maybe she will divide ten tens. Proceeds go to library. Jack and the Bean Stalk.