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Made Over the
New Knob Last
These beautiful Button Boots are the
Latest Styles and embody all the fine
points of expert shoe making. We show
Tan, Oalf, Gun Metal, Velvet. Gun Top
Patent Vamps and Dull Kid. Prices,
$2.75 to $4.00.
MfefffM OT0 MM JMlf
that cut dmwn fmur
mtek prmftln. They
keep your plpi from
thriving, ttunt the Utile
one, affect your brood TharatWarmOeatrr
low and the she and aMICanalUanar
vigor of thtlr Utters. Some hogs with
worms will eat thtlr heads off and not
gain a pound; others will gain slowly,
many die and if Cholera breaks out in your
neighborhood, the worm infested hogs
are Brit to take it and almost sura to die.
Sal-Vet U 0 merffcaf.
ecf sfocfa aff. Stops all
losses from worms quick
ly. No pay if it fails. No
drenching, or dosing, just
put a supply where your
hoes can run to it fraelw
anu inry win uocior tnemseivei. You
will make more money from hogs if you
use Sal-Vet. Thousands have proven
it. We carry 8al-Vet In 6 slits of pack
ages from 73c up. Come in and get a
pacaage io try.
,,?fO KC. Stone. Peoria. Ill, Sec. Aretrlcan Hampshire Swine Record Ait- Prte.
H!inHn Swine BrnxVri' A.aortatlon un
"1 And that Sal-Vet Ii the moat Parte! worm eitermlnator on the market today. It will
potttlvely do all that you claim for It. There la nolhlnc within my knowledae aa seed
Avery Stalk Cutters-Single
and Double Row.
m SBSBBBsV: 'Bffl&iiy ' lWl V,
a-gv sr 'iSBBaBsV'
Wuich lliu "'Variety Store" fur
K.iMiT OooN tin! very latest.
liny )ou wlff one of Socman's tine
.ler.vev lielfers next Moinlav, February
- Ferret For Sale Call on or ad
dress Wlllard Kurt 7., Oroiron. Mo..
-Louie I'inkston, of St. .lovepli,
wasiipovur Sunday Itli relative
T. A. Loiitf, ll. V. S. tp.o-date
Veterinary. OMIee at lioine. 1 tot Ii
1'liones, No. 1:1.
Dr. Whltsell, eye and ear special
ist; f-e eorner Otb and Kdtnoud. SI
Joseph. Hot It I'lionc, !)I3.
The eholi'est eandle and fold
ilrltik can always In1 found at Moore
& Allen's WeM Side Cafe.
- Mls layla (Julck. who lias been
on the slcl; list, the past neck. I turn
able to be up and around again.
See ine for prlei's on lleatj Mar-
iie". My linu Is eomplete. In v . .1
Fiihrman Hldg. I'ka.nk Fostkii.
If you want Ktftfs, feed "Mer'
Itojal Poultry Splee. It 111 -mt
iirint: ii'Miiif. -. musty m-ohi:. oliurvli. Ills appointments are
olliliiK pays iiutler than a lli.t-isecond and fourtli Sundays of
eias eow. iiu your wire one at ee- inoniii
man", sale neM Mond.i.v. IVI.ruart 21. . i;,, Smltli and Henry Fuhrmaii,
.Inllu. Hie Utile sin. of .1. W.'.li., ol lienton Umnlilp, were InOre-lio-icel;
and wife. :ii-d two iiioutbs. ou and U-lnity, for a day or so, last
died StiH"la eMiilinr. leiirn.ii.t Hi. week, the quests of relatlvet and
h'l.'I. !li lend.
liead A.; . eeiiian ale hill in . I r hot and cold iunolie
-Uemeuilier the A. W-Seeman sale
next Monday, Februaiy 21. I u'eloek
The llnest elais and tobaccos In
town will Ih! found at .Moore & Allen's
We! Side Cafe.
Arch Patterson and Kniniett
Karnes, ol Triumph district, were In
iei?un, Monday, on business.
- Please return the Hay Itake and
Harrow that you boirowed of me. I
need them. I.. I, MooitK,
Scot l llodnbi, or Forbes, pur
chased a. Vpasseiitfcr Overland tourlm;
car of llasncxs : Foster, last Monday.
The Ladles' Aid Society or the
Christian church are busily eiigaKel
Kcttlux ihhiKs- ready Tor their annual
-MKs Itjpiiile lloimur, stenographer
for W. It. Itlchards - Son, Is.back at
her tick, after an enjoyable Nit with
rclatlus down In Oklahoma.
The many friends of Utile Ulctin
Narau- will be glad to know that he
! Is now convalescing after having been
alarmingly III from dlptherla.
j -Kider Kll Looney has been secured
'as t lie pastor of the New Libert v
another p.ut ol ihlspapci .mil I hen kind, .ind at all hours, go to Moore
he there on lime. 1 p. m.. Monday. I , , IMi's West Side Cafe. You can
February 21. I gel I he bust cup of eolTco hi town
It. t . Ileiilmi. tea' estate agent of j their, too.
i Isei. has .old the Mr. Sue Pink-J I .r Sale I Thoroughhied Short
.ton le.ideiice propeity lii thl- city t , I tn n Hulls and some extra good. com
i K. Hunker for --2.VM. n(. m i,-e.vearold Mules.
II. I . Penny and Iter! Pattern
.unl Charles Chlldeisweri' regon ..
i' .r.. and looking alter bu.iue.s t ti
i lest.. Monday or lhl week,
Charles Hoi.. ton, of Mound CH.
admliil.tiatoi' ol the lliui.iun e.tate.
was in iregon. Monday, on lnislui'...
and al. ii U.ltliii: willi friend..
We aie glad to stale that Tnin
Kueale who was .n daiigeroti.ly .Id;,
last week, is now much Impioved.
bring able to be up and around.
I 'oi boti Matkland. who I. with
the wholesile liaulware house of
IIIMi. Mi.e -Sllllman. of Atchison.
Kansas, was at home om.t Sunday.
My residence in Oregon Is ror
sale. For particulars, call on or ad
dles., Mils-, Ki.i.Aiurrii lli'i.vrr.
Mound City. Mo.
Market Price paid forold lluhher,
llrassaiid Coppei. Seeusat Kosiock's
.l.ron ,v F. M. Kino.
Mis. Mma Curry lias returned
from St. .loseph. where .lie was
called by the slckue.. of her si.icr,
Mis, Carrie Stelnutet., whom he re
ports some better.
Littleton ti.unell and wile, ol'
Mound City, were here lor a lew
days, this week, the guesis nl Mrs.
L's, parents, li, W, Kennedy and
wife. Mrs. Haruell has only recently
ret in ncd from a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Kmma Splttue..er.or Anderson.
If you expect to buy an Avery Stalk Cutter this spring
better give us your order now or you will not get any.
Bridge and Beach and Monarch Ranges, the very best
on the market.
APEX WIRE FENCING, CAR JUST IN.
CZ3Tin Work and Pump Work attended to promptly.
Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa and Bluegrass Seed. We will sell
you good goods as low as anybody.
T- L- PRICE,
WEST SIDE SQUARE,
DON'T OVERLOOK THE ORCHARD
this spring. You will need mhiio trees to reset and enlarge jour pres
ent orchard: otherwise- In a few years you will bo without, an abun
dant supply of all kinds of fresh fruits In reason (the rightful Iter
tage of every farmer's boy or girl ) Many tlno farms, otherwise well
Improved, are without such a fruit supply: some have no cherries,
others no grapes, (two of the easiest fruits grown,; and others are
without strawberries, raspberries anil blackberries.
Peaclies and pears require suitable locations, but as Is well
known, apples, cherries;- plums, grapes and all the hurries w ill thrive
on any farm in Holt county. '
We have the best varletles'ior inis iocaiiiy.
YOUHS FOB GOOli STOCK,
OKO. B. MUBBAY, Proprietor, OBBGON,
e iAiiWW iwwiMn t v v '
, J. C. WHITMER,
North Side of Square,
- Mrs. ). C. (ioodliart, of the Trl
uinph district, was taken to a St. Jo
seph hospital, Monday of this week,
where she was to he operated upon
Tuesday of this week.
Miss llonnlo llrodheck was called
to Kansas City, Kansas, last week,
to be present at an operation per
formed upon her sister-in-law, Mrs.
William -I. llrodheck, of Sedan, Kan
. I.. Shafer, carrier on route-.'
out of the Oregon ostoi)lce, who has
been quite sick for a few days, is re
ported some better, and was able to
go out on his route, Tuesday of t lit
lames K. Taylor, of the IllchvUlc
neighborhood, purchased a l ord tour,
big car from the Keeves-Cook Auto,
mobile (.'()., last week, (ieorge S, Lu
kens also purchased a Ford runabout
11 om the same lirm.
Miss Nell (iraham, of this city,
and Ml.s .les.e Itam.ay, of Forest
City, returned Sunday evening from a
couple of days' visit with Miss Veil
Itamsay, who 1. a student In the
Wesleyan college, at Cameron, this
Uev. L. C. I'owell, pastor of the
M. K. church, believes in the theory
of the "early bird getting the worm."
On Monday of this week. February 17.
he raked off his garden patch and
lawn, and also planted some lettuce,
radishes and sweet peas.
Albert W. Sueman has sold Ills
farm of X acres and beautiful home,
adjoining Oregon on the east, to J. B.
Teacher for 7,000. We understand
that Mr. Seeman lias rented the cot-
tarn, recently erected by Buley Si
Kunkel In the southwest portion of I
the city, and will move there when I
tie -fives possession to Mr. readier. Pbooes,01d 91, Mutual 49.
li. C. Mi:i:it.
Fat.iicr-' Thonc. Mound City, Mo.
U.i'le II. Coulter, one of the Coul
ter and Coulter I'ony and Hog Show
propilelor., died at his home In Al
bany. Saturday. I'eh.lh. Mr. Coulter
had 1'i'cii In the clrcu. hiislue.s foi aj
uumi'r of years.
WVaioglad to'repurt that Cncle
tieoigi' Meyer lias been some better
the p.i.t week, being able to set up a
small portion of the time during the
Afternoon. His sister, Mrs. Mary
lloriii'cki'i, Is no belter.
Mrs. M..I. (Jtiluhy, now In her
s.th year, and who has been living
near Craig, on a farm, Is now at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. A, II,
tlreene, of this city, where she will
make her future home.
tSeorge S.Lukcus, real estate, deal
er, has sold whatjis known as the Hill
property, south sldeof the square, hut
owned by I. In Whlthaui, to his moth
er. Mr-. C. W. Lukens, now of Santa
Monica, California, for thiVi.
W. II. Klchards has been hi Shel
by vllle, this state, this week, where
he Is attorney for a large drainage
district, now In courseof ori:aiil.atlon
and Incorporation. We guess ho can
steer ihem to a safe harbor if anybody
1 1 will do your eyes good to look
at the "Washington Window" In the
T. L. I'rlce hardware More. It Is the
work of llert Maple, I lay Hibbardand
Walter Higgle, and rellects much
credit upon their good taste and execution.
Mrs. .Neal lloblltell, who has
Ih-en sintering from anattackof pueii
moula and was getting better, took
cold the latter part of last week and
had a relapse, hut Is now considerable
better again.- Skldmoro New Kra
Wo would esteem It a great favor
if tlice of our cltlens, throughout
the county who participated in the
battle of (Jettysburg, whether they
wore the blue or gray, would send us
their names, regiment, brigade and
We ure glad to learn througlidls
patches that the new drainage law as
prepared by W. II. Itlchar!s, of this
city, has been approved by the com
mil tee on Drainage Laws, and unless
something unusual happens, It will
likely be enacted by our present legis.
- You can easily tell a dead mer
chant now, He Is paying no attention
to parcel post, and Is making no effort
to serve his customers through it,
even when by doing so it would prove
a great accomodation. If the mail or
der house gels the most business it is
because advertising and enterprise
- News reaches us of the marriage
ol Mi s Vera llridge and a Mr. II. .1.
Coppln, the ceremony occurring some
two weeks ago, and they are now en
joying their honeymoon In the South
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Columbus llridge, formerly of
tills city, where the bride was raised
and attended our High school, Her
former school chums will w ish her a
long and happy life.
Moore & Kreek,
GROCERS AND BUTCHERS,
Now tlutt tin! fold wt'iitlitir is hotv, v.'K;tnlli!s bwiu
to tflutt- good. V have a lavgu variety in stock, the
very beat, the kind that tauten junt like fresh ones:
Tomatoes, String Beans. Peas,
Corn, Lima Beans.
Empress Flour, Bulte's Best Flour, Buck
wheat Flour, Pancake Flour.
Home and Northern Grown Potatoes,
Onions and Oabbage.
Coffees and Teas, the best on the market;
Soda Orackers, Oyster Orackers, Cook
ies of all kinds, Oranges, Lemons,
Bananas, Apples, Etc.
Nothing is too good for nitr flistoiners we buy I lie
best and make the prices right We iniike n spt'i-inlty
of filling orders by Parrels Post. Phone in your orders.
Moore & Kreek,
GROCERS AND BUTCHERS,
Both Phones, Oregon, Missouri.
laving sold my farm, I am going to close out my entire
herd of Short-Horn. Red Polled and Jersey Cows, Heifers
and Calves, at my farm, 1-4 mile cast of Oregon Public
School, sale beginning at I o'clock p. m sharp, on
Monday, Feb. 24. 1913,
The Following Described Property, To-wit:
flERT 8. PIERCE,
Office in the Moore B'ldf.
Hour 0 a. m. to 11 m. liM
21 Head of Cattle 21
Nine Cows giving milk; four two-year-old Jersey Heifers
and eight Jersey Calves from four to six months' old.
A nine year old Work Horse, weight about 1100 lbs. One
Sharpless Separator, used one year.
10 Head of Hogs 10
Ten head of Full-Blood Duroc Gilts.
TERMS OF SALE:
Twelve months' time on sums over $20.00; at eight per
cent, bankable note.
A. W. SEEMAN.
R. C. BENTON, Auctioneer.
SAM SCHULTE, Clerk.
The Flour of Quality j
Made in J
The Mill of Quality. 3
The Virgin Wheat of Kansas contrib- 4
utes 100 per cent of its superlative
quality to FANCHON FLOUR J
FANOHON FLOUR is vmade from
wheat carefully selected at 36 country
elevators operated by the 0 Hoffman & 4
Son Milling Company. Our guarantee i
of FANCHON FLOUR iR backed by our J
38 years of Milling experience. We can- ,
not afford to make it other than perfect,
We ask as an especial favor that you '
return AT OUR EXPENSE every sack 4
that is not EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD.
T. G. FRYE & SONS