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Peters, Si Peters' Shoes Have the Right Stuff in Them. Take a I'etors' Shoe to a shoe maker anil he will lull you tluil It Is mmte right, and that It has t In1 right Muff In It to wear and hold Its shape. The Peters' Shoe Co., make more line Shoes than any other house In the West anil their Shoes are tils' tlnetlu-, not merely for their stylo and snap, hut because they have the wear In them the right kind of Mtuff. When Wesellvmia Pot el ft' Shoe we can rocotiuiii'inl it its (lie Utst that ran lie made lot anything lilc tli i-it, . It' you will try a pair of Peturs' Shoes you will llml that tluy hoar out 'vvry Htattiinciit we make of them. FITTS-BUiNKER MER. CO.. boerCtf. OREGON, MISSOURI. JBicwi jmiRr J iHaneawsaaui Furniture. If you are in need of some new furniture look over our line new and up-to-date stuff. Can fit you out in anything you need. (DENNY & BAYHILD the stoic that saws you money- OHEGON. : : : : AHSSOURI. Property for Sale! No. I. A Wo aeie farm Ju.t I miles east of Oregon. Dwelling.' of v rooms, luillt IIKM; L hams 4s.Vt and .Mxm, hog house WxHii. also chicken anil smoke houses. A never falling well wllh windmill, pipes from Ktme aetoss the tad in east eighty, with hwlranl In harn. Apple, 'teach, pear and cherry trees, Farm well feneed with woven and uarlied wire, some hedge. Three dllfeient denominations have preaching In one mile nf the farm. ( no mile to sehool. In fact a tine home In a good neighborhood. Owner will leave twn-thltds of selling prh'e on the farm at tl per cent annual Inteicst. Now net, busy and see me for price on this tine home. No. 2. Consists It 4.'l acres of hot tain land with mi vera I sets of Improve mentsaud Is a tine ranch for grass or grain of any kind. Will sell separate or all together. Land located 2 miles from railroad town In Holt county. No. .1. Here Is a small Investment that K hard to excel: HOuorcs of land "Id tulles east or Dallas and one and one-fourth miles of (toldoii on the M. K. ti T. It. It., Texas. Dwelling r 4 rooms, barn 24x4.wlth shed, corn crlli, etc. Land level, no Mono or gravel; good well of water 22 feet. deep. Cash price MWO, will trJde lor good proicrty here. Owner lives In Iowa, and honght the above property for his boh and he refuses to go to Texas and live on It. It Is splendid farming land in a tine county. No. 4. Consists of HO acres of land, situated 4i miles northeast riom Forest City and HJ miles southeast, ot Mound City , in u lino neighborhood has dwelling nf 7 rooms, harn 20x40. smoke and chicken houses, a splendid well of water, 2 cisterns and living water, apples, about 8n peach trees, pear trees, cherry, plum and small fruit and fenced Into live Ileitis, mostly hog tight; H acres of timber, only 28 aeies In corn, 4 acres alfalfa, and the balance in timothy and clover. I will make you a price on this farm that will sell It. No. ft. Consists of a dwelling of six rooms, besides halls and closets. Two good lots, the north lot being suitable for a building site, cave and plenty of water. Price, 1,000. Located within one block of the court house square, Oregon. No. Consists of a duelling of seven rooms: splendid cellar, summer kitchen, wood house, chicken house, good barn for four horses, and about six blocks of ground covered with orchard; located In north east part, nf the city, where you can raise chickens or hogs, the same as in the country. In fact It Is a line home for anyone. See. 1110 for price. No. 7. Consists of a 2iki acre bottom farm without Improvements, and be lug a part of the Michael May tract, of land. This farm belongs to one of the heirs out west, ami has been placed In my hands to sell on very reasonable terms. You would do well to look this up. No. 8. I have a line 1'ercherou .Stallion for sale and w ill consider part trade Come In and list your property with inc. A business contract saying what I am to do and what, you are to do. Over a quarter of a ceu. tury dealing and not one law suit. If you have any Idle money bee ine and I will place It for you on good security and at a fair rate of Intel est. Yours for llusiuess, O. OREGON, MISSOURI. Mrs. Margaret Dlvely died at hor home In the Walnut drove neighbor hood last Friday, March 24, 1011, at the age of "8 years. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at the Wal nut Grove church by Rev. Cotton, of Kansas, after which the remalnswere laid to rest In the Forest City ceme tery. Forest City News. Crushed Rock, A good supply on hand ready for delivery on a day's notice, any time from now on through tho building sason, Prices reasonable. IlotuciiT Wai.tkiih, George Courier, west of Hlgelow, Is building a now residence Mr. Fred Serman Is adding a handsome porch to her residence. Dr. .1. L. Ilogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Itoth Phone. Mrs. W. S. Thomson, of Craig, vMtcd for a d.iy last week with Mrs. A. A. Crews. .1. Hester has completed a line, large barn on his farm In the Pleas ant Hill dltrlct. -The Ladles' Aid Society of the Christ Inn church will hold Its annual dj-tersalo, April 14. I ft. See Murray V Moore jor the bet Lime Sulphur solution for spraying your apple trees pi Ices right. SHHD OATS Have for sale Inn bit. Whiteside ScedO.it. Farmers' Phone .'till. tiicii.Mit) Siii:i'.i:ii. Will Kasnlc. of the S.MmuVr tll 1 1 let. Is a victim of appendicitis, ami U In lllawath.i. Kan., under treat ment. Mr. ,lohn llaghy and Mr, Lu cille lluiko. of Mound City, were the gii't of Mi. Netl.eiland a d.i) or two last week. - Murray & Mimic itcclxed a oar load of st;t,lnn mateilal thi week. It will be ilNtrlbtiiid from orogui ( aiming .. plant. Miss K;tie Croon has returned fiom her :t I Journey in Sturgeon li.l). Wis.. wlieielie was called by the death of hel mother. IjERT G. PIERCE. DENTIST, SPRING TIME TIME TO MAKE SOAP. Lewis Lye, 3 cans Greenwich Lye, tall cans, 4 cans Greenwich Lye, hard, 4 cans . . nahbllfs Potash Lyc, straight .25c .25c ,25c .10c Garden Secris-In Bulk. All brand new Heeds, ovory one ought to grow, if surroundings are favorable. Not an old Seed in stock Will unload another car of Flour next weck-thc Kind that pleases everybody, "HUMBOLDT." "VALLEY LILLY," and "CROWNING GLORY." u a da : 11 W j 1 J il f ( I 1 ' X DV H Oregon, llo. tllll.v 111 1 In- Miwiri' ll'Hlir. MlfS '.I ! HI. Ill 15 Hi. 11.1" p. in. in& i. in. I'lione. ( )lil ni. Mutual CI. Charles Lallln, of Kno. hel . ami Ml Lionel Seerlst. of Craig, oh- l.ilm il Hi'dr penult to many In M, Joseph Tliur'd.iy of last week-. roll SAI.H Pour span, font -:i 1 1i I niuto: biuke. t.i hands high. I or furt lu-r patiiculai. see 11. II. Kink. Ie miles east of Oregin. We are sorry lo learn that Miss Jennie Morris, of the Mai Ion ills) 1 let, Is itiie -lek, but we ale glad lo l.nnw that she I snine better at thNthiie. I'nit S.u.r. Kggs for hatching from Cine Itred llarnd I'M mouth Kocks. AddlesM Wll.ltV l.WMi. l orest t'lly, Mo.. K .1. or call Home I'lione.'.".) south. Congietsuiati Itooher has 1 he hon or of fiii'tiMiing the lli-l 1 iee lor l or-e-t City patk. It Is of the pi'islm- mou xailcty. and wa planted Maichi J I. I.ooi 1 Sheets of lusirumental and Voeal Music can led In stock. Tin McKlnlcy IMIi Ion of Ten-Cent Mulc a specialty. I'm sale I v lllnde hmg Co. Mart rilnn,of Kansas l iiy.has been heie lor several days, nt the Ix'iNlde of Ids brother Charley, who Is sftlously III at his home near this city. Joseph Klllson. of Mineral Spring., Mrs. Tot ten, of Liberty township, and Lewis liick, of l-'oibes, were in dmed iii:ir:intlued by the county court. Thursday last. - KOII SALK. One span of daik bay, marc mules, coming .'land I years old, 17 hands high, broke to work and sound. K. M. riTXMAi'itK'K, roust City. Mo., II. It. I. Miss Kiliu Field and I. Carson. of the Uvntondlsirlcl, are reported to have Ih'cii made husband and wife, at Kails City. Neb., March 22. Well, we can only wish you a long, sweet life. GOLDEN STAR PRICE $18.50 E. S. THATCHER FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALM. COFFINS, CASKETS AMD FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Call promptly allendrd rlther city or country, day or night Both Phones. Agent for St tippy I'loral Com pany. I'lowcm furnished for all occasions. Kast side of Square. Iloom formerly occupied by llragg Munii I'uriilture Store, OREGON, : MISSOURI. Fred Cook, our ex-clrcult clerk, now- of the farming brigade, near Craig, was down hero last, week, clr r.ulatln' around among his many friends. He Is a popular young man, and a very popular official. "Did you attend the Agricultural Special when here?" Did you hear the lecture on poultry raising' Did you know we have the Iilue Hlbbnn and Old Trusty IneubatorsV Call and sen them at Poultry house. SlIltMATK & IIUTIiKIt, Forest City, Mo. Charley Kvaus and Miss Kll.alxjth Kollmer went up to Hamburg, la., Wednesday of last week, and they arc now up In South Dakota, visiting rela tives as husband and w ife. They w ill he home the latter part, of the week, on Charley's farm In Klmsey district, which he recently bought from the Hudson boys. Hotter young people do not grow anywhere. it riduced prices- siH.no LNi.no ... . 2H.no aa.no 1 1 ..- We have four Sewing Machines lo close out I Hidden Star. 'L'.'Ii'iO. deduced to I Huh). J .VI. deduced In I III C flee. Wi.uo. deduced to f I While's dotal). Wviil. deduced to . I Iiki Keg Kelltise Incubator, flVixi. tliduceil to The above machines sue guaranteed for live yeais. SHARPLESS CREAM SEPARATORS MOORE BROS., COPPER CABLE LIGHTNING RODS, pmlect youi buildings and famll) h putting up Mooie llio.. Cop per dml. A gui d siippl) of I aim Implements. We solicit )our pat louagi . Votiis For Cood llardwaie, T- 3Li. PRICE3 HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON. MISSOURI. Low Fares To iriit lit'iilly nil points hi Washington, llrcpin, Montana, Califoniin, Idaho, Utah anil the entire I'at'ilic Northwest. $2S.(M To iSt-attlt), Tacomn. Portland, !t:. $2R.fN) To San FranitiHco, Lot AiiKtiles and San l)it!K- Daily Until April 10 Daily Through Tourist Sleeping Cars via Denver, via Billings and St. Paul Tint HnrliiiRton olFiiis htitttir through train Hfvvitro tvr a Kroatm- varlnty of rontiw for Pacilio (loast trips than any otlior lint;. Ili'i'llnlni: Cliiilr ti.irs e'iit frci.) mi nil TlmiiiKli Tr.ilns. J. D. BAKER. DIV. PASS. AGENT C. B. L Q. R, R. ST. JOSEPH, : i : MISSOURI. The Kansas City Weekly Star The most comprehensive farm paperAll the news intelligently told-Farm ques tions answered by a practical farmer and expcrimcntcr-Exactly what you want in market reports. One Year 25 cents. Address TIIK WKKKLV NTAR, Knnsas (!ity, Mo. The next, regular meeting of Meyer Post, 0. A. It., will bo held at tho home of I). 1. Douyns on the 4th Saturday in Aprll-22nd. It Is to be hoped the members will remember the date and the commander would be pleased to meet all comrades. Thomas ltobcrtson, of Macon, this state, who made, a vow that he would get neither shave nor haircut until Uryan was elected president, or until he himself died, last woek paid the debt of nature. Kvor since the vow was made It has been a cinch that ho must die with his hair on. Mrs. Charles Harper, of Craig, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis In a St. Joseph hos pital, Is reported to be In a very satis factory condition, and will probably ho on tho convalescent list this week. FOR SAI.K -Onc bay mare, about l.ooo II. Don Morgan. Judge McCoy was In town Thurs day, looking after some business mat ters. .las, F. Iierr. of Ida drove, la., was an over Sund.i) guest of Miss Sa die Hendrix. I. Zoi! w.is lonklnir after his business Interests In Omaha a day or two this week. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Christian church will hold Its annual Raster sale, March II, hi. Iir. Whllsell, eye and ear .special ist; M corner nth and IMmoiid. St. loeph. Hot It Phones, !H;i. Mrs. Mike Thol and her daughter Anna, nf St. Joseph, were up to see i and Ma t'hltlp Kollmer. Miss Cora Jones, an experienced modiste, ma) be seen at the Hotel WoiHlliiinlp.il nits. Work guaraneteil. Mis. Muss Noland and little daughter, of llolllday, Mo., are heie visiting (iramlp.i ami (iratnlma Fred Markt. Ital'e sweet coin for Oregon Can ning Co. Help home Industries and better )our own condition at the same t line. Hen I'n email, of lllgelow town ship. lt his line li.tni. with niiich Uialn. ha. barni-s ami m.ichluciy by Pre. on March '.".'. .1. c. proud;,buildin . North Side of Square, Bolli Phon-f. Mrs. K Mi-Hoiiald and MNs I..mII. i Aei'Oi have le'uriiedfioin their sl win. Mr. and Mis. .lude Weill- II. nl l.li eii) tiiwiishlp. This k .iii..r d.iy. The schools uiiKht (. haxc .i planting force to make li a iaitlie point for lasting and beauiifol lueiuiiilals. t'haile) I'owell. of Tiiciimi'ail, N. M.. Is here at the beiNlde of his wife, who Is ei) feeble llulced. Hi1 tin viiir ri-i iiiluht and sunny Olmie). Mifiii'ii I'.iunlny Co., Is ready to eoiitiact with )oit for swiet corn aen aye. I.. I. Moore, Joe II. Mori n .ii M ill Klier: high pi Ice and liberal cunt ciet . I'ncle Cbiilex Aiim Imii lit Is a mlghl) clixei telnw. We t hank him ei) on. i'h tin a p'ck or nioie of lino J-ihnathaiis and Wluesap.. (iee. hut the) tasle good. s. l..'ph ltuKhes.of the High laud dlsiiict. and Chailes I.:i Trauce, east of Mound Ml), were uiilereil ipiaiaut lued Monda) of this week, on account of the smallpox The llurllngton's new IS.paue folder, Issued In advance of Hie gen eral conference of the lliethren's church, which meets In St. Joseph In June, N now being distributed. Mrs. Kinum llragg has returned from Chicago, where she has been several months "keeping house" for her daughters, who are students In the Chicago V. and who will grad uate In June. EASTER MILLINERY You want to look your best at Rast er time. A becoming hat Is the tin Idling touch, but by no means the least Important. Your whole appear ance, will he altered or much Im proved according to the hat you wear. You will Hud a good assortment now MRS. E. A. iNCTIIERLAND'S (".. II. I 'rice, mine host or the 'Vuodland, has let timed fiom his vis It with his daughter, Mis. Herbert Cakey, and family, of Okmulgee, Ok. Ills daughter and granddaughter, Virginia, returned with him for an extended stay, MKN and Wo.MKN, sell guaran teed lice. 70 per cent, prollt. Makti tin d illy. I'nll or part time, lie ginners Imestlgatc. Wear Proof, IHKM Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Andy Tochteriuan has the con tract for the erection of tho (Jcorgu I.chmor handsome residence, and Sam Simpson is already at work on the. concrete foundation. It. will be one of the handsome homes of the county. Kd Cat mn and Tom Itrldireman. of the Hlgelow camp of Woodmen, at tended tho statu camp in sessional. St. Jo'iinh recently. They were con spicuous delegates and took an active part In the delllHiratlons. Several pretty bad tires on tho bottom last week a strong south wind was blow ing almost every day. Lot drown lost about three hundred fence, posts and several cords of wood on his Walnut Meadow farm one day last week. . IcITersonlan.