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.peters nnntt, lis i w can recommend it as tin best Unit can lie made for any thiiiK like tltc price. II" yott will try a pair of Peters' Shoes you will Hud that they hear out uvery statement, we make of tliein. FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO.. OREGON, (DENNY & BAYHILD The Most All-Hound Satisfactory Furnl. turc Store in Holt County. Not it st irk of furniture in stork hut tliat, roines from proven good makers. It's rivht in every respect, and a guarantee of excellence, serviceability and abid hiK satisfaction uoes with every piece, wlietlier it be hntan inexpensive kitchen table, or the most cleunnt bed room suite. If you need now, or will soon need, furniture of any sort, we urjje you to call and see out line. A line line of picture, inouldini; always on band and we will frame your pictures on short notice. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. (DENNY &RAYHIED OREGON, . . MISSOURI. Property No. I. A lift acre fa tin Jut t miles east of Oregon. Dwelling of U room, liuilt ilxm; l! lam 4Viii anil '.llxMt, Iiiik Iuiiim- loxi. alMiehlckcii mill smoke Imii-e. A never falling; well with windmill, pies from ame acios the road to eal eighty, with hwimtil In liarn. Apple, m-at'li. pear unit ehfrry trees. Farm well lencul with woven and lurhid wire Mime Indue. Three dlircrent denominations have preaching In one mile of thu farm. One mile ti m-IiooI. In laet a line home In a ennd iiclnhliorhooil. Owner will eae two-third of m-IIIiic; price on the tarm at il per cent animal inlunst. Now jret liiiy anil -en me for price on tills line home. No.'.1. Consist. 114.1 aeie of Imltoin l.ind Willi several win of mpm meats anil Is a line ranch for 1,'rass or Kraln of any kind. Will h'II m' pa rate or all together. Land located :' miles from railroad town in ilolt enmity. No. :i. Here I a mall lnvelment. that Is hard to excel: HO acres of land " mile ca,t or Dallas and one and one-fourth miles of (iolden on the M. K. .V '!'. It. II.. Texas. Dwelling or I rooms, ham .,l.4H.wllh shed, corn crib. etc. I.utid level, no stone or gravel; kowI well of water '1 feet deep. Cash price Wlou. will trade for kikiiI properly here. Owner live in Iowa, and ImiiikIiI the atsive property for Ids son and he refuse to no to Texas and live on il. It i splendid lannliiK land In a line comity. flo. 4. Consists of ni acres of land, situated l miles northeast fiom Forest City ami HI miles southeast of Mound City, in a lino ncluhhorluKMl has dwolllnir of 7 room, barn ,.tnx4P. smoke and chicken houses, a splendid well of watei, 1! cisterns and living water, apples, about son H'uuli trees, pear tree, cherry, plum and small ft tilt and fenced lulu ile Ileitis motly hot; lltfht: M acie of timber, only 'JS aetes In corn, 4 acres allalla. and the balance In timothy and clover. I will make you a price on this f.iiin that will sell It. No. ."). Cmlts of a dwellluu of six rooms, besides halls and eloset. Two Knod lot, the north lot belntr suitable for a hullillni; site, cave and plenty of water. Pilce, i'l.ooo. l.iH-ated within nun block of the I'oiirl'luiU'-e sipiare, I Menun. Nu. it. Consists of a dwelling of seen looms; splendid cellar, summer kitchen, wood houe, chicken houe, koikI barn for four horses, and about six blocks of t-'iomid coveted with orchard; located In north east, part of theclty. where ou can kiImi chickens or hofjs, the same an In the country. In fact it I a Hue home for anyone. Sen mu for price. No. 7. Consists of a 2im acie bottom faun without Improvements, and be In a part of the Michael M tract of laud. This farm IhsIouk to une of the heirs nut west, and has been placed In my hands to sell on ury reasonable term. You would do well to look this up. No. C 1 have a tine Percherun Stallion for ale and will consider part ttadu Come in and list your property with me. A business contract saylmr what I am to do and what you aru to do. (her a iuartur of a cen tury deallnt; and not one law suit. If you liave any Idle money see mu and 1 will place it for on on pmd security and at a fair rate of interest. Yours for lluslness, O. OREGON, - The commissioners in charge of the Wc Tarklo drainage district held a meetlntf at Corning last Friday and disposed of much routine business. They made an order to make pay ment to K oers k. lllack for the mov ing of some tm.ooo yards of dirt. They are moving somethltiR like 4,HK) yards every -'4 hours. Peters' Shoes Have the DlmUl CI. .11 in Tk. myall siiuu in niciii. Take :i Peters' Simp to a shoe- tnakei mill Im ulll tell you that It I- made rlht, anil that It has 1 1 u right ntuff in it to wetl and Imlil lis .xlmpi-. Tin' Peters' Slut Co., make man tine Shoes than any other lnni-c In the Wel mill their Shoes an- ill I ItuM I v. not merely tor their st.l ntiil snap, lint bccauc they have the wear In them -tin- rlvlit kind of ntuff. Win n i-ll yon a Peter' Slmi' we MISSOURI. for Sale! MISSOURI. Mis Pauline .loncs was ilellnlit fully surprised Wednesday uveiilnir of last week by a number of her friends calliui,' and cnJoyliiK'Uiu uvculm: will) her. Kach gtuisUbrouKht their lunch con, with an abundance for their little hostess ami this they enjoyed after the evenluu had well pased in pinics and iiuikIc. Marly Ilreakfast Seed Potatoes for salt', W. II. Stewart. FOIl SALE Oni liay mare, about 1,(iimi Mix. Don Morgan. Dr. Lotitf hajut In hi own lt trli' llu'lit plant at hi- uarap'. anil It a dandy, too. - Mary llotetter ha ri'tiirncil from Iter lslt with her niece, Miss Allccn Uevcr. or Aniaotil.i. Perry Moon I uiaklm: aliialili' lmiirii I'liiclil 1 ( tin' Itlanchatil pro pel ty lie recent ly piuchascd, Ml Fmina lllletilnck spent Sunday In Si. Joseph with lier par enN. Tied llliviil ret; and wile. Mls!ntha l.oii, of Mound City. vlMlcd a few days here the pat week wllh her hint her. Ir. T. A. l.oti. SEED OA'I'S I!:iU' fol -.le loo hll. Whlle-lde Seed t (at. I'armei' I'lmlie .'I'll. I!n ll.Mll) Slice v ltl. Mr. I'lew. of Crali. I heie for the e:iin. anil lllalt her -l-li'l . Ml. K. A. Nelheitatltl III Hie iiillllll en hulnc. jERT G. PIERCE. DENTIST, Oregon, inc. Plume. Old ni. Mm iiiil l.'l. Mr. IM Inleimlll. who ha made an extended vllt with lleit dainty reate. left Mnliila) fn lli'l In Hll' in llaMuui. Colo. Murray .V Mome icivlved n eat. load of praluu mateilal thi week. It will be ilMtlliultil from uievon Canninu Co.. plant. Ml KilleCiirdrey.of neat Forbes, after a (Irlllitfii! visit with del fili'tid. the (Julck family, of Foiet Cti. has let in licil home. Mi. C. C. Powell, of i U.lahn'iia. iouavllt with her tunlhei. Ml. Delilah Dn"1e. Weaie on. to bear that she I In very poor health. Major Morttan was in M..loeph Thutilay lai in nuipaiiy with hi physician. Dr. C. I.. Kvau. cun-tilt. Ink' a special!! a to his coudillou. I . Sheet of luMriiiuciital and Vocal Muic eatrled In tvk. 'I'be McKinley Kditiuu of Teii-Cetii Muic anvlalty. l'oraleb lllude Imiic Co. This cieat moral unldeend con Ui.it illation to Prof. A. It. Cobutn, wlmlat week wasuuanlinimsly elm en exalted ruler of the Chilllcotbe loile of the older of Klk. Mrs. Philip Fuhrmati audllttle sou of Miiuudi iiy accompanied Mr. I', to Orcuou Mouila). and llted her aunt, Mr. Wm. Tuinham, while be attend l the ncrecr' meeting. FOIl SAI.i: One span of dark biy. mare mule, comlnt; .'land t year old. 17 baud blh. broke to work and sound. F.. M. Friv.Jt iciac:, Fmet City. Mo.. II. li. I. Dan llurrier and wife aie back home from their winter'. stay at Mo Idle, lllloxl, New Orleaiisaud other southern unlf tnwn. They u eat ly enjoyed the New Oilcan Mardi Sras. E. S. THATCHER FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALWER COFFINS, 0 ASSETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Calls promptly attended either city or country, day or night. Both Phones A pent for St uppy Floral ( oiu pany. Flowers fii.tiMied for all occasions. Fast side of Suare. Room formerly occupied by llraj-K Miinn Fiirnltuie Stiue. OREGON, : MISSOURI, W. S. tila. of Foost City, ha returned from .lonesvllte , Vir ginia, where he wllb seven brothel attended the (uncial of his mother. lie did not leacliherln time to see her alive. .1 1 I it i kcetcs and Hub Frye and their wlves,lieoi!(! Xeller and Frank Catle and the Misses Malice and Lena liojd attended the dance fix en by the Mall land Clielecluh on Wed nesday evenlntr of last week. The cae f .lolin Cullman .V Co.. against the Nodaway ilralnauedUVrlcl for balance duu them, was called in the I'lillnl States court, but the coiirl not Im'Iiiu' able to hear the cac, It went over to the next term, - Oregon Canninu -'o., Is ready to contract with you for sweet com acreage See I.. I. Moote, .Ion II. Murray or Matt Filer; hlli price and liberal contract. There Is no ipiest Ion about It; sprltiu Is here. If you have any llntfor- ink doubts, just observe the small boys and their habits. You will II nil them connri'Kated In convenient place, playing marbles. And there's no better harbinger of spring In all the country than the marble playln? boy. Iloblns are usually considered the best Indicators, but they are fre ipicntly a trifle slow, Kverjllilng com os to tlio.se who wait Anil the lazy man wants to greet it Hut success comes on uith a rapid gait To the fellow nliti goes to meet il. But time waits for nobody. Buy your Lye now, and make your Spring Soap before you get busy with spring work. Bring Me Your Poultry I Produce All the Time. HARVEY EVANS. OREGON. MISSOURI. I 0 NEW IMPLEMENTS.!) Avery Stalk Cutter.'., double anil iuule row : tlie Avery Cutler lias twi.-teil knives, cuts stnlKs perl'ectly, iloes not jnr man on seat or injure horses shoulder. Avery and Power Drive Corn Planter the latest, t li ill 17 in drop: can cliatiu'e drop from two. three or four uraius in a bill while driving nlontf. You want to see these Plant ers if you want, to keep up with the times. .1. I. ''aseatnl Ohio Disc. Harrows with tonirue trni ks. .1 . 1 . Case and Oliver (iauv Plows. Il-foot S"edcrs. etc. We want on to examine our line of Implc tnents. Our prices are riirbt for first -class Implements. Spring tiotids of all kinds cominir in. Wire Fcncim.'. (iiisoline and Oil Stoves. Ilerriek Kef riu'era tors. One Minute Washing Machines. Tin work iiinl Pump work attended to promptly. We hunt the market over for the best iznwls. not cheap. We solicit your trade. T. Hi. PRICE5 HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI. The Kansas City Weekly Star The roost comprehensive firm piperAll the news intelligently told-Firm ques tions answered by a practical farmer and experimenterExactly what you want in market reports. One Year 25 cents. Atltlri'Ks TUB WKKKIiV STAR, Kansas City, Mo. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice Is hereby uben that the Cll v of Orenon, Mlv-oiiil, will hold a pci'lal election In the circuit coutt room of the court houi' In the Cll v of orison, Mlnuil. on TucmI.i). prll Ith, mil. for the purpoe of Ic.-l lour and acertalnlui; I he sense and wishes of the voteisof said cll.V upon the propoltlon tobecomi! In debted In t lie sum of Ten Thouand Hollars In cxces of the outstanding ili ht and the annual Income and ree- nue ot said city lor the purpoc or re i i.i 1 1 1 ii lt. const i net Im.' and re-euuininu a sistem of waterwoiks and a system of electric llttht winks for said cltj. 'I lie lorm ot naiiui wuineas ioi lows: For Iiicrcau of Pe'.iU Yes. I 'or Increase of Debt No, II. (i. IM'I.KV, City Clerk. SCHOOL ELECTION. Tuesday, April 1, 1UU. For the purpose of electing two (J) directors to serve for three years; al so to vote on a proposition to Incrcaso the annual rate of taxation M cents ahuvo the 4i)centsou the one hundred dollars valuation of said district to maintain a nine months school and make necessary repairs. (J. I). ZOOK, President. .1. T. THATCH Kit, Secretary. -As Oscar Moore and Ids section crew wore K(h'k" to work yesterday they happened to an accident about halfway between this city and Cur .on w hich might have cost, the men 1 their lives. Owlntr to the heavy fo, they could not see an approaching Haiti and only had time to Jump, The train hit the handcar and com pletely ilcmolMicd the car, as well as the men's dinner pails. They walked to town, K"l more dinner and,, went out on the puh car. It was luck) no one wa hurt. Foret City News, March in, lull. Plow time isjhere. Our line of Flow and Lister Shares is complete. ftBring in your Plows, if we have" not any that will fit your Plow we will make you one that' will. Our aim will be to satisfy you. OREGON, MO. Farmers' Phone, T. E. WILSON BLACKSMITH - Milton Moore spent Sunday hero with his parent . Dr. .1. I., llok'an, Fhyslclan and Surneon, Forlies. Mo. I tot Ii l'hotie. Mrs. Harry llasnuss and children, were visit Int; thl week with her mother, at Fairfax. Dr. WhltM'll, eye and ear special ist: e corner illh and Kdmond. St. .Toseph. Iloth Phones, !M.I, See Murray .V Moote or the be.t. I. line Sulphur solution for sprajliitf your apple trees pi Ices rlnht. Harry tlatic and famlh sient a few (I. li thl week with bis moth er, Mi. F. A. Illll. at Fairfax. The St. l.ouN butcher who died IcaWnc: an estate ot tfiKiumiiiiiM luuo been In lmlnesat lc:it I luce mouth. We harpcn jmir dlc without laklnc the ictlnus apart. A nice, eieu Job. T. K. WILSON. lialsi'swiet cum for Oregon Can iilnj," Co.' Help home luttulilc anil belter your own condition at I ho same time. Dr. Kalteubach.of Detroit, Mich., was lll liitflil man) frleiuUheii'tlil week. He looks a If the lake hit'C7C aKreed with him. .1. C. Willi Ml K, proud;building. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Sevetal I rain loads of oldlets IniuiuI for the Texas-Mexico ftontler, parsed thiontih l'otet Cll) the latter part or last week. Mr. Tim. Kteek and Ml. Alleen Ilium, of KanasClt). ate here for a vlit with their father. S. P. Fllen. and other tebtlve. o. M. MaiMiam. of Malt land, was here Thueda) lat and left an older with Henry Cook for a haniNome monument for hi son's urate. ' ' It doen't make so much dltlc. ence about the sle of the farm," de clare one of our exchange, "It's the sle of the farmer who count," Sheriir McNull) on Thniiay al week, took .I.T. Itowe. of the lllalr ilMiict, to the St. .loephalmu, the count) court tlnilliiu him a III uhject. Ml Vlmlnla Netlieilaiid, of In dliuapoll. Indiana, spent a few il;t heie thl week. lllliiK her ltet-ln-law,. Mis. II. A. Nelherland. stopplntr on her wa) to California. We send conuial illations to Pa and Ma Kail Stcphcmon, on the ar rival at their hnuc m the IL'lb lut. IhroiiKh the courte) of Dr. lloKau, of a sweet little clrl baby. Minor Ta) lor. ofShnbert, Neb., spent a few days here the past week. vMMiik iel.it Ive. and friend. His )ounu'er da.is were passed on a farm nearOreunn. He left here In lss. We must say we were truly uliul to see Mayor Morgan out on our streets Saturday He ha been con lined to hi home almost the entire winter with the Kiipi"' :ml other ail ments. MF.N and WOMKN, sell Kuarau teed hoe. "n per cent, prollt. Makn HI dally. Full or part time. He dinner Invest luate. Wear Proof, ;to.M Chest tnil St., Philadelphia, Pa. Crushed Rock. A Kiiod supply on hand teaily for delivery on ailaj's notice, any time from now on tbioiiu'li the hulldliiK' sasoti Price reasonable. Unman' Wai.tiiiih. Ora Moise and family, who went up lo Iowa, to try their foitune llieie have concluded to come back to old Ilolt ami will latin the Mu nay place In South llcutnu township, which he recently puichascd. The hired man who makes a prac tice of smokhiK while iIoIiik chores about, the barn should he "llted" be fore he has occasion to explain Just how II happened that beset lite to the hay or si raw In the barn. Ceo. F. Ilarne and wife, of Ana ilarl.li, Oklahoma, ami Mo. (iiilcou Kunkel, also of Anadatko. Mis. W.lt. HolVmau, of Seattle, Washlnou, are at home ucal n called by the alatmhi); Illness of their mother, Mi, Spoerll. -Tom Iteynolds I now located In the (ilen Kdi ii addition to Oregon, liavhit,' moved from the Heeler place. Ills new home I mil eutliely com pleted, but Tom says they are Just stopping until he Is able to llnlsh the house. The series of meetlntis at the lllalr school house have been quite micce-sful, much Interest belt i mani fested. F.vatiKellst Snell li s been conducting the meetings. I'e was formerly pastor of thu Christian church at Mound City. -At the biennial election of oltlcers of St. .Inseph Lodue of Perfection of Scottish Illto, Mohn K. Slater, or JIlKiilow, wa chocu the lodne orator. Tho Sentinel send Its cntwratula tlnns to Mr. Slater a selection he and f i lends may well feel pioud of, . --.I .- V-.e3i.SU I.. .