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REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH
iMchbaurn GkMhei Pltns to Bring Dr. Brady to Ore rUHI.OtllKI) WK.f KI.V HVW.lt HICHAHIm, onKOONtMO. OFrli: 0MTAIH IN I II K MOOHkHI.OCK . gon Northwest Normal Track Meet. SCHOOL NOTES. I 3 fSS 43 ,pYpj 1 1911 APRIL 1911 )HjMON.TIJE.WED.THU. FRI7 sat. "2 3 4 5 6 7 fcT rfellY 18 19 2021 22 2512425 26 2728 29 M r j SPECIAL BIG GROCERY VALUES FOR SAT URDAY AND MONDAY. 10 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar. 49c, with orders of $1.00 or over. Apples, ehoirc iiiiility in Dillon cans. Kemtlar retail price iOe. Stit price, per yallon iWc Peaches, choice iiialiy in million cans. Uemi- In r price title. Sale price per gallon Unc II Cans llest Standard Tomatoes 2nc 4 Pounds Mest Mead liice '2nc Hest. Pancake Klotir. Kcuular retail price ()c lsr package. Sale price. 4 packages '2Sc 'I Boxes Searchlight Matches Me Larpn Cans Baked Beans, with Pork and Tomato Sauce, per can 10c r Pound Box Boiled Oats. Bernini' " seller. Per package 20c 7 Bars Good Laundry Soap 2Sc Horse Shoe Tobacco, per pound 40c Laro Sacks Corn Meal 20c We also have j lime supply of Purina Chick Fend. Per hundred $2.2ft Remember We Pay Cash or Trade for Your T. G. FRYE & SONS. COME LET US SHOW YOU Our stock of .strictly llrst-class, smooth, clean, whole rooted fruit trees, plants, vines, etc. We now lime practically a full line of AI'I'I.K, I'KAl'll, I'HAll, t'HIUIUV, 1'I.II.M, AI'HICOT, (JUI.M'i:, MIIAI'KM, CUHIIANTH, IKHMKHKHKIKS, It ASI'lUlll'lllHS, STUAWIIKUIIIKS, III.Al'K IIKIIIIIKS, KTt, illBO KVKIKIHKKNH, NOHWAY MATI.KH, NllltlllM, HOSKH, I'Kivirr, ami other ornamentals, also some good si:nt iwatoks, In our VAHD In the northeast part of town. Onlurs by mull or tele phone will receive prompt attention. Our prices are right, and there Is no better stock grown. Mutual Phones: Hesldence, 11!.')', Nursory, 150. GEO. R. MURRAY : : OREGON, MO. (11V II. M. IIIIOOKS, St'l'KltlNTKNDI'.NT.) Ill variety, In Interest and In exe cution the literary program b.v the Seniors was a decided success. Tint liuttleuedwlth many duties In closing the .vcar, each member of the class euteied with zeal into the pail as signed and hence every uumlierwas iood. A number of visitors were present. We ate always i!ad to have our patrons and other friends visit us. Since lean Inn that the llcv. (!yrus Townsend lirady, now Hector of Si. (ieortfe's KpNcopal church, Kansas City, Mo , has located In tin; Wct. a numlier of Ids admlicr have ex picsscd a deslri; to hear him, and lie has been overwhelmed with requests to lecture and to nlvc commencement addresses, lie l not only a noted pieacher and lecturer, hut lithcuti t hot of more thou '.'0 hooks and sto ries. Tin- last, which is read thruout the nation is, "The Island of Iteircli elation." A list of Ms works and a hrlef sketch may he found In the III lernailunal Fnc.vc lopoeda. )r. Ilrad) h,is many readers and admlicis In ( Iteon who liae expressed a desire that we 'ecuie him for our com mencement iiildtess, lie cm he had for Yi'iO, and we believe it will lie well worth our while to pay the price, lie has a message which everyone of us. and especially our Craduates, Just crossing the threshold of responsible l.v. should hear. The Juniors w III nlvc the next lit erary program, Fild.iy afte-nooii, April II. They have the complete program ulicady prepaied and every number Is a w inner. Our friend are luvlled to visit us at that 1 1 The following item from Hie News I'ic-s Is Interesting: "A fast came was played Satuida.v afternoon lie I ween the Asylums and Christian Urotheis' college. The Asylums went down to defeat. ILnly In April the llt-others will open their schedule with the in chilli Hiuli School at I'lumbei.s' Park, and JihIIiik' from Saturday's canie, they will tflvcOre Hon a siirpilsc." The way our Ore u'oii ho.vsaie woiklnt'. t lien- are Indi cations that there will be two siir pilscs fur the llrol hei's.one at I lumb ers' Park, uiiii one at Oregon a little later. Friday afieruoon 'lids afternoon, the Ttbi loom III will have their draw lin; display. We want the pa rents to come and see this wink. Il Is surprising how much these hoys and Kills have accomplished. You will see as neat work here rlyht in oiir on n m'ImmiI, done by .vournwii children, under the direct ion of .vour own teacher as can be done anywhere. We were made ulad and lemluded of happy days none by last week by I lie familiar faces of Misses Nell lira ham and .lessle Itanisay and Mr. Sam Simpson. Kach smllliif alumnae brings a beam of cheer. You are al ways welcome. The Matt land Illk'h School has challenKedtheO.il. S. tenuis club for a tournament. We are nolnn af ter the Maltlaud team, and expect to Kct them, too. The Northwest Missouri Inter High School Track Meet and Oratorical contest will be held at Maryvlllc, April 2S-SI. The usual track events, pole vault . hl'h jump, hurdle ami re lay races, shot put, discus throw, and Jumping will be pulled otf. Also a declamatory contest for bovs.oneelll nlhle from each High School, and for k'lrls, one from each II. S. and an es sa.v contest, for both boys and ulrN, two leprcscnlatlves from eacli school will hcallowcd. Twohaudsome lo hit; cups, forty-live medals and a number of other pricK are offered. The Northwest Teachers' association will meet hi Mary villti at this time, and the new State Normal School build lUKwIIIhe dedicated on the U'Ulli. This meet will be the great est event of the ear In N. W. Missouri, l'lve thousand people attended last ,vear, the llrst meet. Special rates and trains have been granted by the rail roads for this meet. Thai broad iniile on the faces of the Seniors means that theses are done and right on time. The Forest City Park commit too has named April 7 and S, Friday and Saturday of tills week, for the pur pose of planting their city park to suitable, trees, which in due time will give them the shade and ornamenta tion. The grounds come to them through the generosity of their much beloved fellovv-c.lt Ir.en, Uncle George Weber, and It Is to be hoped that ev erybody will respond to the request of the 1'ark committee, which Is com posed of Messrs. Geo. L. Penny, .A. J Wood and L 1'. Watson. Foil Salk Kggs from pure blood, white face Spanish chickens. Fifteen eggs for tl. Mils. II. 0. Dknton, Doth 'phones. Oregon, Mo. T. A. LONG, D. V. S. s Up to-Dite Veterinary. Bring in your Sick and Lame Horses Soro Eyes and Fistula a Specialty. Ofllce In my New Darn, recently com pleted, opposite depot, nothPhones,No.l3. ORKGON, MO. i I Arssi p-N ICEBERG in the A midst of the Sahara LJ desert would be no greater phenomenon than a single cotton thread in our assortment of Kirsch baum Clothes. We could sell clothes that cost us less. But we couldn't build a good reputation that way. We must sell you clothes that will wear, hold their shape, always look well. They must be made right, from absolutely all-wool fabrics. Klrschbaum Clothes have 50 years of highest tailoring-reputation behind lhem..( We're safe in selling them and you're" safe in buying them. Yet the prices, $15 to $30, are re. markably low considering the quality. We have such a variety of models, fabrics and colors in two- and three piece suits, raincoats and topcoats that you can't fail to find yours here. The Kirstihbautn Fancy Worsteds Suits at $'21 have nil the points of Hiiporiority that make the Kirschbaum Clothes the best and Hi test made. Always look for the Kirschbaum label. It guarantees wit infliction. The person who expects something for nothing is skating on thin ice, but every Walk-Over purchaser is sure to get full value for the money invested. AH that is correct and right is here in Shoes for the older man as well as the young fellow. KOOCK, AT OREGON. Transfers for week ending March fi, Kill: .1 no Newberry to A P llrown. Itlk :.', Mound City t loo W Unstuck to .1 M Campbell and wife, :il a Ift, till, .11 4.'i.o S A Weaver to Mode Morris, w sw in, :;u h.'kki W F Vance and wife to .1 A llageruiau. I- l" and hi, lllk 'Jii, Mound I'lly Kxtcnston .. 'J 0 I' Skeelsaud wife to It A Ihmcaii, sw ne HO, iLV'H .I.ikkj It Wotley to CI Vesar,nw nvv 'js, .Vi, ;t7 2,no) 0 H Ovvciis to Kmma Andes, L J and .1, Sub N lid, 1.1, S .... Iu.umi Kiiiiiki Andes to ('has Owens, n Jsvv.sw sw III, ill,. is 10,000 S V. Sare et al to A .1 Hun., ne at, u:'. .11 17,0011 VVII.I.x. Itebecca O.verly .lohn ! Adams tjrirei.MM iu:i:is. AmalidaCllllstoCliarlleSkeels. h.lSulid nvv .lii.c.-.', :il 1 Notice of Election. statu of Missorm,) s County of Holt, ( ' ' 'I'o Laud Owners hi llln T.irklu Dr.iluiiK'c District, Holt County. Mis- soul l! To all nw tiers of land vvllhhi the boundary limits of IIIk Tarklo Drain ae District. Holt County, Missouri: You and each of you are hereby unti tled that tlicie will be a iiifctlUKof tin1 land owners owning lands wltldn said Dralnai,'!! District held at the North Center School House III School DM i let No. L2 in Township iPJ or Halite . located on the southeast of the south half of the southwest quar ter of Section twenty-three (21) in Township sixty-two (ill') of Uan.' foity lot and ItM'ateil two (J) miles south and onedialf mile wet of the town of dale, Missouri, at 'i o'clock p. in . on SA'I'I IIDA Y. AI'I.'IL t:., mil. for the purpose of elect hie, :i Super visor for the term of live years to succeed Lot llrown, whose tern, ex- plies ami for electing a Supervisor for the unexpired term of live years, caused by the resignation of Frank II. Cmiuinvtliam. Ily older of the Hoard of Supervis ors. .INO. K. SI.ATKII, I'resldent of IIIk Taiklo DraluaKe (list i let. I ) Attest: shai.. : l.ir lliuivv s, ( I Secietary. TIIK OltK(iON INTKIilJHIiAN TIME TAIIIiK. Klfectlvu Sunday, .laiiuarv 1, mil. OreKon. Forest. City. 1!7 Lv. ":.V a. m. Ar. H:00a. m. A-4II " ii:'.M a. in. ' n:45 a. m. a " 12:10 p. m. " 1S:35 p. m. 21 " 2:00 p. m. " 2:25 p. m. A-45 " 4:25 p. m. " 4:55 p. m. " :t0 "- '' " 7:55 p.m. Itctiirn F. City. Oreuon. O. II.&g.Tlmo Lv. 8:20a.m. Ar. 8:4ft a.m. "A 10:10 a.m. ' 10:35 a.m. " 1:00 p. m, " 1:25 p.m. " 2:40 p.m. " .1:05 p.m. " 5:01 p.m. " 5:25 p.m. " 11:20 p. in. " 0:45 p. in. Nole-A-Dally F.xcept Sunday. A special train for stock and car load shipments will leave Oreuon at. 12:10 p. in., whenever desired by shippers. Notice: All local frelnht will leave Oregon on the 0:20 a. m. train. Blacksmithing Ha villi ro n ted t li e Robert Howell nhop, I am now ready to serve the public, in my line as an experienced 'Smith. Work will receive prompt attention and will be done in a workmanlike manner. CHAS. SCHOOLER OREGON, MO. "Moving Pictures every Friday and Saturday nlghti, at the Gem Theatre, Oregon, Mo, Admission 10c . A I.