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A Few Facts You Ought to Know.
It Might Mean Your Independence.
You can buy laud near Heardcn. with cheap improve
tinsnts, partly iu cultivation, at about the prion u Holt eoun
ty farm rents for. Land is rapidly advancing lu price.
yliy not invest iu a splendid country where you can have a
Kpod home among lint! people'.' Good schools and churches.
Land from 8 per aero up. Timber land with enough
timber on it to pay for the land. Why not buy for a home
or for investment?
Plenty of cotton land, made a bain per am this year,
worth fc(H) to 70 per bale.
MOO bales of cotton have linen bought so far this year
lu Nebraska, Iowa. Illinois and Indiana, with good
farm methods, the production of pork is about IfiO pounds
per acre, and the cost, ranges from fin to nV per pound, or
even higher, depending upon the print' of corn and the se
verity of the winter season. In Arkansas, where corn en
torsion much less extent into the operation, and where the
winters are short and mild, permitting many more months
of pasturage, the production with good farming is l.ouo
pounds per acre, at, a cost of -V per pound. The State Kx
porimout Station got l,-r- pounds per acre, at a cost if
1 3-4 cents.
We are real estate agents, who. feeling that the outside
world do not appreciate the opportunities that our locality
oirers, have banded ourselves together for the purpose of
promoting the farming interests, and developing the farm
ing districts; and will treat you right, if you come among us.
We have nublishod a handsome booklet, tilled with pic
turns and a detailed description of our country, which is
yours lor the asking.
ARKANSAS- The State of Opportunities.
BKAUDKN The Kdeu of Akausas.
LOCATED On the Cotton Melt Hailrond. fil miles
South of I'ine HI 1 1 11'. lt' miles North of Camden.
For fnrt imr information, write .1. A Mcl.nod. Secre
tary. Hearden, Arkansas, or call on me for literature.
F. L. ZELLER,
No. 1. I have for sale the farm known as
trV. S. Taylor place, three miles north of Ore
ion, containing 185 acres. Can divide this in
Iwo tracts if desired. 40 acres in one and 145
acres in the other; 2 sets of improvements.
See me for particulars.
No. 2. 80 acres, 7 miles north of Forest
City. 65 acres in cultivation, balance in tini
ber. Well fenced and cross fenced. Good 4
room house. Other outbuildings fair. Price
is right for any one wanting a good small
No. 3. 160 acres of land known as the
Geo. Gelvin farm, 4 miles east of Oregon. This
is one of the most desirable farms in Holt
county and can be bought at a bargain.
No. 4. 82 acres of land, 5 miles southeast
of Oregon, most all in cultivation. 2 sets of
improvements. This is one of the best land
bargains open for sale. For particulars on
the above lands, see or write
R. B. BRIDGEMAN,
OREGON, : : MISSOURI.
New Point and Vicinity.
Will Acton ami wife were in l'oi-j
est City. Monday.
There is quite si hit of Krlii'.;
through thu country.
Mr?. Ito.sa Sparli, of Sklilmorc
visited 1 if r mother, last week.
Clyta Venen Is visiting til the
homo of lierKrantlmother. Mrs. Terry.
-Mrs. Kd. Hornecker visits I in St.
Joseph from Friday to Sunla en-it-
Thu Christian Kiuleavor is shMill-
ly Increasing "i muinhershlp ami in
llalpti Meyer, wife and luh vis
ited with Logan Meyer and family.
Mrs. Slont, of Si. .locph. vMteil
at the home of her nephew, ('has.
-Miss Mattle Morris left for Tex
as, Tuesday, tovMt with her hint her
lohn and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Knealewetit lo
Oregon, Sunday, to see Tom Km-ale.
who Is now utile to he out again.
.The friends of Mr. and Mrs. .Imias
Whinner will he sorry to lcartith.it
Mr. Whit mer Is a very sick man.
l-'loreiicu l.ulieiis came out from
Oregon, Saturday exciting, ami staled
over Sunday with her sst,T. Kdna.
Mr. and Mrs. Milter and fuiilly
and Mr. Miller drove down from
Slilmorc, Sunday. Mrs Sp.irh re
turned with them.
Mr. Win K i tea h: and Mr .mil
Mrs. Itayhill weru called to Orison,
Wednesday morning, hy the serious
Illness of Thomas Kneale. lie Is now
r.hle t he up and around again.
Shannon llaidman and daughter.
Klltli. Hr. Kearney and wife, and
Kdna l.tikctts went to St. .Iiweph,
Monday evening, to see Hamlet.
Phey drove through lu Mr. Ilardman's
Our laud ho.Sh uave a miislcale,
Sasurd.iy night of last week. There
was a large crowd lu attendance, and
they rendered one of t lit hiM pro
grams we have listened to for a long
time. The pr.iceeds were ill. s.',.
Another hirthday helug added to
those already past for the "Central,'
many of her friends and Mihscrlhcrs
met at her home, to remind her, each
one bringing some substantial token
of remembrance. With a heart full
of love for "her people," the "Cen
tral" thanks each ami all for their
many, many deeds of kindness.
Others write of old coins, etc., In
their possession. Mrs. Terry has In
her possession two patent, letters,
granted her grandfather, Silas Cave
Davis, of Lexington, Mo., for laud.
One patent was granted .luue l!0, I SIM,
signed hy President Andrew .lackson
The second patent was granted
prll I, IH.I7, and signed hy Martin
For two or three days the 'phones
were kept busy making arrangements
fora surprise Shower" for IvaDrehcr,
a so()Uto-lie bride, to he held at the
home of Will Acton. On last, Thurs
day, the day agreed upon, came clear
and bright. M - o'clock, the crowd
which had gathered In squads at var
ious places, Joined forces and proceed
ed to Acton's, where Iva had been be
guiled, hy many schemes. F.ach guest
carried a token of love and good wish
es for a long and happy future. Don't
ask the prospective groom about the
trials and linal failures ho had, trying
to put Iva "next," before the friends
met. lie learned the lesson that he
would have had to learn later, that.
women can scheme. After refresh
ments, consisting of cake and ice
cream, were served, the friends re
turned to their homes. All Join In
wishing "John and Iva" a long and
happy, united life.
Low Fares to Pacific Coast
Very low excursion rates will be in effect from March
15th to April 15th to points in Washington, Oregon, Idaho,
California, Utah, Arizona, Montana, Wyoming and the Ca
Go When Rates Are Low
Tlio Burlington offers special tourist car accommoda
tions. Personally conducted excursions. Thu scenery along
tlio Hurhugton ltonto is an important pan ot the trip.
Courteous Hurlington employes assure you tin utmost
Get Particulars Now
Plan your trip now. Coinu iu and lot um liulp you. Lot
mo ttill you about tlioso low Burlington tourist rates ant
glvo you booklet describing thu various points and any
other information yon wish FltKK.
J. D. BAKER. D. P. A.,
. May Colhour Is itilte sick with
.lake I'olsgrove and family vis
ited at Nodaway, Monday.
-Josh Chllcoat and family visited
in Andrew county, Sunday.
Ilael and Cloyd Ashworlh visited
Sunday at Hoy Ashworth's.
Clarence Lllley and wife, near
Oregon, visited I'a and Ma Smith,
- Robert lluglus and Grace Smith
visited Sunday witli Willie Graham
Mrs. It. L. Hughes and Mrs. Liu-
nlu Ashworlh made a trip to Noda
Arthur Greenlee and wife, of For
est City, are visiting a few days at
Frank Colhour .
Mrs. .1. .1. Garner and Kdna and
George Gainer and wife visited Sun
day at J an Htalcup's.
Hay Callcn and wife, of near Nod
away, spent a few days with Pa and
Ma Patterson, last week.
Win. P. Graham and wife, Don
ald and Grace, of near Fillmore, vis
ited Sunday with .lames Smith and
Those who attended church at
Nodaway from our neighborhood were:
Edward Graham and Orah Smith,
Bennle Smith, Arthur nughM, John
Graham and wife.
W. J. Cimiero, M. D
SPANISH SPECIALIST IN
Chronic and Female Diseases,
Maitland (one week) Feb. 24 to March 1
Mound City (one week) March 3d to 8th
How About Your Main Spring?
When you losit faith iu yourself, your mainspring has run down the rest, of your
works are useless, You're all wrong inside ami a glance at our fare showM-veryhody
that you are out of order.
Ym are merely occupying the space of a man lit only to be d'uected anil litted
merely for the little posts of life, where hands ami feet are paid for hy the dime per
hour. You've judged yourself and passed adverse senteiiee, the world won't, reverse
the decision. You no longer direct, yourpolf. so you must he driven.
The rest of us are not cheating our hour of opportunity, and sinee you don 'tea re.
we haven't the time lo take care of you. You ean come wherever we go. Imt wo won't
carry you. The roads to everywhere are open. on have the same right of way, hut
not the right to weigh upon our hacks. The one thing, the only thing that can save
you is A AY- Wiih'iihw of thr Muhiwhiti 1 1( tilth.
Wishing for things is like fishing for things, wasted without preservauce. Think
ing and doing are not the same, (iood ideas are only seeds, they must lie planted and
tilled before they ean produce A thousand men thought, that the airship was possible :
IKissibility couldn't become probability without hard labor. Instead of building castles
the Wrights, Zeppelins and Diimonts built something to carry them to the castles
They planned, plugged, limited and failed, ami kept failing and learning from failure
until they could soar to what they saw. They fell down and humped into the right,
plan, they couldn't, pick it out from the w rung ways until they had eliminated them
by test. Let me be your WKM5HT. ZKI'PKUN or Dl'MuNT I will repair your
M AINSlM.lNti ami put you in I'IKST CLASS KM' WINti nKPKIi.
Intellectual Development in Medicine.
Man advances just in proportion that he iniuirles his thoughts wilh his labor, just
iu proportion that ho takes advantage of the Facts of Nature, just in proportion as he
loses superstition and Kains conlidonce iu hilnself.
It is all a simple (iU!stiou of HKAINS. Kducatiou. Study and .Mechanics have
made the air blossom with melody and ;ivcn us the divine symphonies of Heethovon.
Hrain development has adorned palaces, cured the sick and enriched mansions with
landscapes of beauty.
If you are sick you can't subject yourself to Ignorant Kails of the Dark Awes, or
pro-historic ideas. If you do you are sentenced iu advance to IMSAITOINTM KNT.
Consult a specialist, get the advantage of development upon one class of disease and
you got the best. It's you that suffers. It's your money that pays the expense.
IGNORANCE IS TRANSPARENT.
You Can't Succeed Through Deceit.
If I don't know, I say so. It's a sin of strength to acknowledge your wcakne.-s.
Ignorance is transparent, you can't, hid! behind it. wu up before you're shown up.
Tliero's no defense for pretense. Shams. uacks and Counterfeits have had their day.
only sincerity commands respect He genuine and the people will appi iate and be
generous. If you lack the courage to stand for what you are. you haven't enough
stamina to withstand the bullets and blows, the deprivations ami thcdir-appniutiaoiits
that lino the long road. Don't be governed by the opinion of your friends as to what,
you should do if you are sick. USK YOUI! OWN .ll'IXilCMKNT.
WHAT I HAVE DONE IN OREGON, MO.,
Your County Seat.
I have treated iu my two visits over 10 patients, and they all report to me
"SATISFACTION IN TUKAT.M KNT. "
NO INCURABLE CASES TREATED
Mr. (i. II. Price, proprietor of the Woodland Hotel. On.-gou, can, .tell you of :.'(
patients that I refused to treat as I considered their case incurable.
REMEMBER MY DATES AT
MAITLAND AND MOUND CITY.