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'tkM rMMiMiaWfailMHiMKKHM A T-tnnirVT tf A " 1 of all the Merchandise and Fixtures in The Oregon Leader, commencing Friday, April. 7, 1911, at 10 o'clock and continuing each day until every article in this store is sold. Included in the many goods to be sold are 400 Men's Fine Dress Shirts, 300 pair Men's and Ladies' Shoes, 1,000 yards of Wool Dress Goods, a nice line of Men's Persian Ties, a fine line of Lawns, Percales, Embroidery, Lace, Hosiery, etc., 50 pair Young Men's Pants, a good, line of Winter and Sum mer Underwear, Gioceries, Notions. Here will be the one opportunity of fit ting out baby, as our line of Baby Cloaks, Caps, Hoods, Sweaters, Etc., are as good as can l3e bought. About 100 Dresses, made of Percale and Ginghams for Ladies' and Misses. 100 dozen Silk Thread, 100 dozen Cotton Thread. Here is the opportunity to buy goods at your own price I WANTS $25,000 DAMAGES. i I Remember your price is ours. Col. A.. H. Thixten. an experienced auctioneer, of Cherryville, Kansas, will have charge of this sale. Remember the date of commencing Friday, April COL. A. H. THIXTEN, Auctioneer. 7th, 1911. JOHN SPEER, Receiver. We Sell the Butterick Publications THE DELINERATOR BUTTERICK FASHIONS and EMBROIDERY OESIGN BOOKS .. ALSO Butterick Patterns, 10c and 15c. FITTS- 1 J. T. THATCHER. M. D. Ilomeopathist and Surgeon OFFICE OVER MOUKK & KRKEK'S Special attention given to Orificial Surgery AND IT8 RELATION TO CHRONIC DI8EA8E8. Oregon, Mo. Telephones: Residence, 18; Oltlce 9. Farmer's: Iteiltlentw, 52. I THE GEM THEATRE EDGAR S. THATCHER, M'g'r. THE LOCKWOOD-HUTCHINS CO PRESENTING FRIDAY NIGHT KELLY FROM THE EMERALD ISLE. SATURDAY MATINEE. 2:30 Very Funny Comedy for Ladies and Children, Also Gentlemen, THE FOOL OF THE FAMILY SATURDAY NIGHT "THE VIRGINIA 1ST GOOD SPECIALTIES- -NEW PICTURES POPULAR PRICES, 15-20-25c Seats on Sale at Theatre Box Office, Saturday Morning, for Matinee and Night. W. F. M. S. Program. April Till, lull. 1 1 (Mess..... Mrs. liellu Krcek Leader Mrs. I Ira Hunt Topic, Problems and Policies Chapter VI Devotions Mrs. K. Kreek Music Itoll Call Scripture text with word "Heathen" Fifty lllessed Years.. Mrs. T.C.Taylor The Hulk of the Christian World... Mrs. Ora King llcsources Mrs. .lohn Itamsay Problems Mrs. Alice Kun. Latest News from China. Mrs. C. Lcverlcli The Divine Measuring Hod , Miss I.lhhy Munson llenvdlction Nannie Williams, of Atchison Coun ty, Sues James Collins, of Holt County. With the filing of thin (M-e, there promises to he a lively time at the coming term of our clrcvlt court. ThN N the second heavy damage suit Hied, and with the coming suit to break the lliownlngwlll, (hue highly sensational stills will he on the dock et. The def ndant, Collins W a rich farmer, Hit l coining to Holt from Atchison count, and locating south of Mound City, and who last iear puichased the McCoy tract of ho acics, putting up .Mmhi for the land. Mes-r. Stokes and Stokes, of Craig, mil T. C. Duncan, of this city, rcpte- sent I he plalntlir, who llled their suit with Circuit Clerk Dunham. on March 'Jl. She asks for tl'.oon a compensa tory and i lo.ooo ;is punitive damages. The plalntllf U now residing at F.- ccMor Springs, Mo., making her home with a slsler. The petition In substance. Is as fol lows: Plalntllf for her cause of action against the dcferiiUnl. states that heretofoie, lowlt, on or about the loth day of January. A. !., lull, last p.ist, in the county of Atchison, In the state of Missouri, the defendant, tames Collins, inallcloiisl contriving, devising and Intending to wioug. In jure, mistreat anil abuse tin1 s.ild pMlutitl, Nannie Williams, did then 1 1 M i tbeie lliili'K. wiongl.v. laeivlonslj and mallcloiis. touch, lake hold of. heal, injure, pull. Jerk, and throw down the s:ii plalntlir. with gicat violence, with Intent to lavl-h her. the s.ild plalntllT. That the as-anll and batter) abut lid comiullted and made uy:iln-l lilalntltr and upon her person, as ifoies.ild, was unwarranted, wanton and malicious, and without aliv pinvo- cat Ion. eciise ur Just eause w hatever. That b reaou of said uiougfiil. ma icloiis. and wanton conduct . acts. and violence of defendant to and to ward her person, the plalutilT was (.really nioi tilled, chagrined, dis graced and brought Into public s.-an-dal and dlsiepule with hei iclallvcs, friends and ncighliois and caused to suiter cieat mental pain and anuuMi, and her physical and Utdlly health permanently Injuied and desirojcd. Plalntllf further states that the defendant I-a man of gieat means and vast wealth, woith .V,ooo, and that ptalutlll l a middle-aged woman of very limited ciieuiiistauces and iiKHlerale means. Whereloir. the premises coiildeied. plalntlir piays Judgment against the said defeudaut for M.l.ooii, us com pensatory damages and IU.(Hmi as pu- nltlvc damages In silil cause, logcl her with her costs of suit. l-'oit Sai.k A slightly used Piano. To save expciisu of boxing and ship I pint: we will sell cheap. Payments can no arranged to sun .urn. ()i.m;v Music Co,, St. Joseph, o, OR, BARTON PITTS, Eye and Ear Specialist. PRIVATE HOSPITAL. Slli anil Knmh-U. ST. JOSKI'll, M(. CiirnwpoodvDvu Solicited. V-GVjj iVf1 y- r RESOLVED THAT NOW 15 THE TIME to BLOOM OUT IN NEW ARRAV. NATURE IS BiccruNC cur w BnAury f-H$ SEASO- V7HV ''. CtjiSMOULD MOT YOU &LC3A quT- VsIL'VE GOT Thli ;o.s BustkPs BRov;rM. ,sOf . I W J P. i r C r rw. Q TO BLOOM OUT WILL BZ EA-5Y IT YOU COME To MS, AND YOU .SURELY AR.E NOT GOING To LET EASTER. PAJ WITHOUT BLOOMING OUT ARE YOU? TAKE THE BLoJoMJ FROM A VINE AND IT WILL LOOK BARE. FAIL To DRE.S-5 WELL AND YOU YOURSELF V1LL NOT LOOK So AT TRACTIVE. VKZSS VILL HELP YoU. DKESS WILL MAKE YOU FEEL dOOD AND PROSPER. OREGON, MO. St. Joseph has every reason to lie Justly proud of t lie storu and estab lishment of Hloek llrolhers Clot hint; Co, Their store Is pointed on I by all the visitors to St. Joseph and re ferred to as "The Pride of St. Jo seph's Ketall Dlslilcl." The KasterSale that Itlock Itioth erswlll Inaiiifiirale Pilday of this week will be the most attiactlve shopping event In St. Joseph history. It will continue ten da.vs, In Men and Yoiiiiu' Men Suits the.v will particularly feature three stylis at M.Vou, IT.i and fcM.im. Amoiik'st these will be their famous plain and shallow slilpe s; weave series, which have proven the talk of all St. Joseph. At these prices they will also show all of I be new India laus, Calcutta In ouie,, metal u'lajs. Htiht Kia.vs aud'daik silk niKeil worsteds. In llos' and Chlldieu's clot lies lbe. will especially feature their famous kulckeib'icker suits with two pahs of pants with each suit , priced at tXt and I !". Also blue seice suits for conllrmatlon and dress purposes, all made with knickcrhockcr pants, at .ihi, tJ.ixi, ;i,ihi and W.oo. The Little lilrls1 store Is heliiK fea tilled as it never was before and you will Hud some special values In little L'lrls' dresses, aues tl to 14, at UV, l.&l, l.."(iinill.7."i. Illoc.ks' Women's store has done inure to build up the retail business In St. Joseph In the past three years than any other St. Joseph Inst It u Hon. The Women and Misses of this section certainly appreciate the op ptirt unity that Mocks' Women'sstoit alhuds them for securing the most st.vllsh women's apparel at reasonable prices. They will feature tailored suits in their Master sale at fLVtM), flH.5o and MX. that uvery woman and miss will admit are the most reasonable values that they wuruever offered. And such values thai they are of ferliiK In Silk Dresses at tl'.'.-Vi for Wo men and Misses are alone worth your trip to St. Joseph. Their millinery stro has proven a Wonderful success. They have Intro duced the idea of sol I Inn ready trimmed huts, which Is a ureat con venlence to the Women and Misses from out of town, as there are no de lays, or extra expense of ro-trlmmlnt,', City Property For Sale ! No. I. I rooms, cloels, lot sopui feel. cistern wltli cement plal form, con crete walks mill Mep-. wood ami coal bouse, some irull. rrice.fiuoo down, balance to. stilt piuclia-ei at 7 percent. No. 'J. it-room, iiautrv and cli set. hon-e Is electric lluhtid throuuhoiit, uooil elstein, walei In kitchen, i ciete walk and steps, barn on concrete foundation, room for I Iioims, eiib In bain has concrete Moor. This properly is In uond lepjlr. and should .sell quick at the price, .Vo.oo. Terms Vioojui down, balance to suit piiichaer, at seven per cent. No. I. .Vrooiii house, Closet , Pantry and Porches. Cistern. Smoke-house, Chicken-house, and other oiit-luilldlni:, falrlyuood Ham: some fruil and shade trees. Due oil) lot, "oxHm. Nice little home and can be boiiHhl lorl,s(Hi. Terms on pari. I have some acie Iracls. and other city properties for sale, which are mil, advert Ned. Call and sec inc. LI! our ptoperlv with me for lestills. Yours for Business and Fair Dealing, A. W. COTTEN, CITIZEN'S BANK BUILDING. OREGON, MO. Farms for Sale ! No u IL'U acres, 21 miles from I on st Ci: practically all could be culti vated, about 'Jo ac les pasture. . acres limber, lare . loom house, sle of limine hixlo feel . addlt Ion IUs feel . cellar, wells, small barn, corn crib, hot; sheiN, etc.: land Is ';iirl, well fenced. Price. fi.Yno per acie. Noll '.'oo acres bottom land. Hi acie in cultivation, about 'Jo acies lame mass past uie. ' sets uf iiiipiovements, om .'i-rooiu and one 4room liouse, 2 (.'oiiil barns, place is fairly wel) feiii-cd, well watered. Pi ice, HViMt pel acre. 'I'eimsnn pari. No. II ill acres, .1 miles northwest of I'oresi City, piacllcallv new 7-ioom houe, small barn and coin crib, hoy spuls, etc.: piod well, some timber, lann Is falrl.v well Iciiced, will take 2iioo,iki, It taken soon. No. I" .Ml a"res of Hue land In Cedar county. Mo,: 2 sets of improvements, 1 liouse uf 7 looms another of ,i rtMiiiis, ;i uood new barns, one Iiixsii uhli stone basement, mom for o head ol cat lie, another barn 2Uxo, still another barn 2ii.l2 feet: one feeder, 2uoo bn-liels corn oapaeilr, with sbeds aitached lor 2 carloads of cattle: uood liot; and sheep shed and ol her out buildings which are used for stock and imple ment sbeds. about so ueies upland on which Hie btilldluus are sit uated, balance of which is ued for pastuie: 1M acres nl' verv linn timber on this so 'lie balance of this farm, Hit acres, Is in im Sac lilver bnlioin. and is as Hue land as there Is anvwhere all fenced and cross fenced, about Iiki acres In meadow , balance under plow, ( inner has lallen heir to a large estate In Iowa, anil must uo there to look alter same. Will sacrlllce for ijulck sale. Price, j.")ii.iii per acie, No. Ill 2"i7 acres In I'olk count. v. Mo., all In cultivation except o acres, which Is lu timber. This Is a prairie farm and lies within 2 miles of two iiillroad towns a splendid s.rooiu house, large barn and all necessary outbuildings: cellar and clstein. a model poiillrv house and yard: the best equipped hog barn lu the count rv, well" and cis tern, orchard for famll) use, Pilcc, f I"i,im) fi,iNHi down, terms on balance. For further particulars, call on, write or phone, OREGON, MISSOURI. Ilest of all, their prices aie the most, reasonable In St. Joseph. You want to see the beautiful hats they are of fering at tJ.-Mi, iKl.."n, m.ini and 7.:o and tin. (Hi, and don't forget that Mock Brothers' shoes for Men, Wo men, Misses, Hoys and (ilrls are Just as good as everything else they sell, They are members of the detail Merchants' Association and rebate railroad fares, and you can get our re bate hook at their store after you have made your purchases. Frank Walker, of lllgelow, is now sporting an K. M. F. ";)' touring car. Well, lie can till It from his own dooryard. Hlley Swope, south of lllgelow, has also bought one of the same tpje. and W. T. Crews, of Craig, a Mnllnc. Unbelt llrown's voiiiil' friends jdown this way will bu lad to know I that ho basso far recovered from his i late operating for appendicitis that. he Is now home with pa and ma In lllgelow. He says It Isn't a hit fun ny: If you don'l believe him, try it. once yourself. William Handy and Miss CI race (iould, of Mound City, called at the home of F.lder Dawson, Saturday evening, March 2.", and on presenta tion of a legal document signed by John Hlbbard, recorder, of deeds, he forthwith said the words, "I now pronounce you husband and wife."