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Anderson's Saturday Specials TRY OUR HOT CHOCALATE 25c Nyal Talcum Powder 15C 40c Box Stationery 25C 50c Divinity Peroxide Vanishing Cream 45C 25c Hobson's Almond Face Cream. . .20C 40c Combs 25C I Dozen Good No. 2 Lead Pencils 10c 25c Box Toilet Soap 15c STOP THAT COUGH i. II. Forest Cily. Kearney anil wife left Anderson Drug Co. "More Quality Than Quantity" J MOTHERS If you were to call at our Store today, we could show you Men's lloavy I'leCCCll I'llllcr- shirts at.... 40c Very I' rutty llaliles Moccasins at auc :i Inch million pur yard lfir Auto Hoods, lliu I. at eM, at. 00c find $1.00 Mines'. Hoys' Large lllanki'ls ami Meu'sSwcat- ;1 $1.7fl ,'r!' Othur ut.TAc nml $1.00 Miinu very nleii Cap- fur tin III- tli! line. . A New lunt Silk Lined La- ,m ,:l,,llH Y,,u die-' (HllVCS l""s' "I'B IIU'II" l at 00c appreciate them. G. T. METCALF & CO., FOIiltKS, . . . MISSIIIIKI. We ulll mall jiiii samples of a ii v I a of lircss (i ii ii il s. Wrlic ii. wi: CAIIIIV tin: I'di'ii.Ait i' i: i: ii i. i:ss P ATT II It X S. w i: x i) w ii . v i: t ii i: AITIMX.. STYI.B IIOoW. With Nyal's Cough Syrup. iut'k for St. .lo-epli toinako tlictr Ml. Louise Itlcliarilson has been unite sick, hut Is convalescing at this wilting. -Mls Tract ami Miss Ollvo lllev- Ins, of Kortcsciif, were quests of Miss (race Kfner, Saturday. -Mrs. Win, Crawford and daugh ter, Miss Ittith, visited In St. Joseph a couple of das, last week. Mrs. Lee I'ennyi of St. Joseph, vl-ltcd at the home of Uncle Tommy Collins, Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Klltabeth Crawford and daughter, Miss Lulu, were St. Joseph visitors, the llrstof the week. Miss lllauche llaker missed last week's school on account of sickness, hut is able to attend this week again. Mrs. Sadie llurnett, of Mound City, spent the past week at the home of II. L. Acton, who Is unite Poorly. -Mrs. Dave Wallace, accompanied h) her father, Mr. l-'iiHer, an- visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry Krar.cr and lamtly, near Curon, this week. -Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Ilovswcntlo Tails City, Xeb., Saturday, to visit a fen das, and from there they Intend ti go Sooth to spend the winter. Ml lielle Lease, who spent the summer w It h her Crandmother Lease, and other rclallvis here, left rrlday evening for her home In Montana. .1. A. Lease, accompanied by his iiiiilher. and Miss lielle Lease, spent one day, last week, at the homo of Austin Lease In the Mmsey district. Mrs. I'rank Acton and daughter, Miss Cora, and son. Ilojlc, visited In SI. Joseph, Wednesday nml Thursday of last week, guests of her daughter, Mr. W. (',. MeUulro. and family. Mrs. ItessleCombsaceotupanledby her mother, Mrs. t'ooksoy, Mtedai the home of Nell llolillloll, In Skld more, a couple of da)s, last week. Mrs. Cooksey Is visiting rclathc-near Skldmore, this week. KI'TII. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WE HAVE THE GOODS WE HAVE f HE QUALITY WE wuT You, BUSIIESS WE ARE NO STRANGERS. YOU ALL KNOW US. WE CATER TO QUALITY ALWAYS. GROCERIES: Wii lm vis one of t lu I tent lines in the rit.v. We ati) in a position to natisfy your wants hotter than evtif htiforo. Collie ami nee or telephone us. See Us for the Best Flour, Best Canned Goods, Best Fresh and Salted Meats. PHONK t'S Vtil'lt lltlKltS AND WK WILL I'llOMI'TLV liKLI Villi TIIK(!OODS. MOORE & KREEK, OREGON, MISSOURI. 1 .50 Two for I .50 1 One-Fifty The Sentinel and Twice-a-Week Republic, St. Louis The Twice-a-Week Republic S1 best Semi-Weekly in the United States. With its special correspondents in New York and Washington all the time, sending their graph ic and accurate news stories over its own leased telegraph wires, and its thousands of other correspondents, one in almost every city and hamlet in the great Southwest; with its excellent and correct market reports in every issue and its always interesting con tinued story in the Thursday issue, it is all in all the best metropolitan semi-weekly you every saw. We furnish both publipationa for the)SenKua usual subscription price of one-flfty.f Cf jCA u Send your order to 1 ( ffo&y H!!S3WoWW0Pf' to-day Monarch. Mr.. John l'.ittiTon vMted a feu dajs In .viv.uei.ili, last week. Mr. and Mt. John Patterson made a trip to Oregon. M'Uid.i). Hubert Hughe-, of rorlt'-cuc. spent Siiud.i) In our neighborhood. lima Pol-grow llt i'i S.tl uril.iv I night ami Nindaj with Nellie Luui- ,iy. AllR'il WII-oii and family, of An drew count). vi-ltcdat .lo-h Chlcoat V ' Sllllil.l). Mrs. I'rank Colhuiir and her 1 mother, Mrs. Hanks. Mie,l Mr.' lielle liieenlee at l-'orlies. Tuesday. Mr. J.J ''inner ami Kdna vlsll led Satutdi) am. Sunday with her (daughter, Mrs. Harry SI pes ami fami ly, near Hicmlalc. Mrs. James Smith, !tace and Va ledi, lien and Mrs. Lee Hughes, A nl-. and Arlhur attendiMl churchat Noda way, Saturday night. Mi. Haley, of St. Joseph, ami daughter, Alt-. Montgoniery, of Ave nue City, vlslird wllh relative-, Mrs. Lee Hughe-and family, a few da)-, last week. Ci.ii'Iiiiiii. Why don't you sec our new line of Fall Coatc'ln Drape Hacks. Balkans, Round Cuts, etc. KREEK & IIASNESS. Onk Grove. I 'mnk Sloul shlnneil hi- eattlr. one day last week. We ate sum In sal that lii.inil. ma J'ati-hcr I- -till unite tuiorii t this willing. We ate Informed that a t. unlit In- tlie name of lircculee. mvir I',., lu v. have bought John Knox's (arm. Mr. ami Mrs. Ale. ( son, Dewey, spent Sunday afternoon wiui ,'ir. ami .virs, Henry Heglow ami family, of Highland neighborhood Mr. Jes-e Stout ami sl-ters, Mi-s Minnie and (lolillc. silent a f..iv Imnn Sunday aflernoou Willi Miss lllhla and ulle Deglow-.uf llik-hland nc k-li. borhood. S Miss lua llolkhi and llanicy llodgln.of New Point, arovl-ltlngUr. Leouaid Hot kin, In Cherryxale, Kan sas. Ml-ses .lenus Hankers and Mary lloselius, of Corning, were here Sat urday, of last week, having their iiustlcatcrs lepalred. Jesse II. Walker and Ml-s Myro Villi I (event er of Mnuml r'liv granted marriage license In St. Jo-eph. . ... . .... .moiio.ij oi mis wcck, ictolier .nlli. - Hubert Smith, sir. nml .Iniilnr. havo moved Into the pioperty vacated by C. K. Munn, and II. W. Smallwnod and family havu moved Intnthelrown property vacated by the Smiths, The express brought us a new line of Coats and we want to fit you Into one of them. KREEK & HASNESS. Krie-thlrd oir on all untrhnuud Shapes and Fancy Feathers. Special price on Itlbbon during thu rest of Oeto-ber. Special prices on Trimmed Hats this week and next at Miih, II, A. Xktiikiii.anu's. -The many friends of Itev. Dun can Drown In Holt county, will be glad to learn of his reasonably good health, and of his attendance at the synod which was held In St. Joseph, last week. In 18U2 this body held Its session In St. Joseph, ami Itev llrown was the moderator. In IK7T he was the pastor of the Presbyter Ian church of Mound City, and for the past two years has been camping In the Ozarki. He will move back to St. Joseph. ' No. I. Is so acres, about I miles southeast of Knrhes, and ,l miles from Nodawaj. Never fulling water; small house: stable for I head of horses and corn crib, At least ,o acrei of this Is good tillable land, ami titt.uu will buy It. We wish to call attention to the Pecos Valley Irrigated farm land, where will can line l.iiul will, n tl.,.,tl,i,l u.iu, .1. .i.t Am., twi ..... iliV!'f.f.t.l,,lJ,,.!l,V',' !".!.'iroP?A ll''n .alfalfa as grows. WK WILL MAK'K A .... '.!'" '"V.i' ,njiir;ii srn. itoiimi Trip rrom ilregnn only t.ti.tsi, Including sleeper and hoard from Kansas Cltj. ' No. 4. A good it-room house, on lot and one-half: located close In to sonares line cellar: cement walks: and plenty of fruit. A price lm liven placed on Ibis mi, win sen ii. No. a. Store building, with one-half acre of land: two-story building, with two rooms, Z,xrii addition HU41!. Ham, with room for six horses. In small town, live miles from Oregon; two churches and blacksmith shop. A good iiiuiiuhiiuu iui nuiucuiie, wiiii small tauuai, 10 1)01111 up paying casn ami produce business. No. H. Drtclllm? with sli rooms, nn two linn IpvbI lnt. mm iMiinml uin. nii,.u,i fruit; fronting on W) foot street. All for 11800.00. No. !. Dwelling of 4 rooms; good cistern, well, 1.1 feel of water throuirh tltlta tlrv season. Apple, peach, pear and plum trees. Stable for 2 horses. Cider mill building soijio, engine and press, complete elder making equipment, with ii ai-ren iii, iiicaicu on one oi ine iiiaui roans inui uregoti. A snao for someone. Might take team or other stock, part payment. I'rlcc. trj-'iooo. No. 8. lseC.ofland1csslt.lt. About Ik) acres hill land. Iial.iinw rleb IkiIImim. which Is line for gialn and splendid alfalfa land, much of hill land cleared and tillable A public road separates the hill land from the bottom and most of the buildings are located on the hills, Including It storv dwelling of 10 rooms-barn "otto with sheds; No. 'J, barn 'Jlxlu with shed 'loxto: No. .1. lliril I.iXIS Willi III foot IKl-ts. Donlile euro c'f 111 anil '' slru-li. enrn erlli- and granaries; cellar and cellar house, lien house and other Imlldlngs. Ifto acres ready for corn lull. This farm has nlwajs been a money maker. Located mile of shipping station Hurllngton It. It,, In Holt county, ami a good live town wlth:t good stores, bank, school with 1' teachers, church, blacksmith shop, etc. A part of this bottom a little wet, rain) sea-ons, but' uy reason oi new iiitcn, is rapimy iiecomtng nry, l lil ranch Is verv cheap at liUM per acre, but will sell at that money to settle estate. No. ii. Consists of in acres of splendid laud. Three room hou.-e with closet ami pantry: cnicKeii house ami small nam. All under cultivation, except about I acre. In suburbs of rorbes. A splendid little home and i hi will buy It. No. lit Nearly L'iM acres, one of the lies! hutiroted farms near New Point. I'lenlv of house, water and all conveniences. See us for price. We write lire, wind, stock and life Insurance. Courteous Attention and Prompt Service. Call and See IV West Side of Square BENTON & KEOWN. New Point nnd Vicinity. i;i-a llardman was shopping In St. Joseph, Monday. Will Terry and family visited at "Central," Sunday. Kate and Minnie Kramer wcro ( iregoii visitors, Tuesday. - Hurt Vetieh went up mirth of Mull Inml iond.A tli work with the s!ump-pulllug machine. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Snarli, of Skldmore, came down Saturday ewn lug to vi-ll a fen day-. v Mrs Harriet Jones ami ilaughlei, Anna Diiufnrd, of South St. Jn-eph, :ih) visiting at I lie home of Perry Ham-ay. who I- a nephew of Mrs. .lone-. . Tin' county conveniion was held Sunday at the Pre-h,terlan church Owing to the gloomy weather and bad road-, there was not the crowd that usually attends. Them Is to be abuv supper at the I'alrvlew school liou-e, 1'rlday night, Oclolier .'II. It being Hallowe'en, why not make It a llallowu'en bo supperV Thu teacher, Miss Lotatiar Ion, Invites tucry one to attend and bring boxes, The students of the Primary room, of our school, will give alien tertalnmeur, Thursday evening, Oc tober .'in, the proceeds to bu used for the purchase, of an organ for the school. Thu program will consist of recital Ions, singing, dialogues, etc. Admls-ioti, in and '.'n cents. It is hoped that a large crowd will bu pres ent, and thus help In a worthy cause, N'lMIII, Benton. (ierald Audler and threw children and Italph Kmer-on were In St. Joe last Saturday. -Miss Florence Morgan, of College Springs, Iowa, Is visiting at the Smlth-Durr home. The "plu social" at the school house was very satisfactory. A nice crowd was preseat, and pies sold well, only ouu sold as low as 'J.'i cents, ami one for l"i.M was cleared. Mr. and Mrs, I'M. Kvaus, Frank Shackelford, Charles Kvaus and wife, and Ml-s Florence Campbell, of Lung lleach, Cal., took dinner at the I. M. Slaley home and vl-lted other rela tives, ouu day last week. Pauline, daughter of Carl Wright, was quite badly hurt, onu day last week, at school, when ouu of the boys In swinging a but, accidentally struck her above thu eyu. Her face umleji's were badly swollen for a few days, but shu is ablu tu bu in school again, wo aru glad to know. Vkhitas. We don't show anything but the new things In La dles' Fall Coats. We didn't carry over any from last year. KREEK & HASNESS. READ! THINK! ACT! A few at reduced prices If you aro looking for a bargain, do not overlook, but come and look them over. No. I. Mayor Pfelller, of St. Joseph, was transacting business In, Oregon, Wed nesday of this week. ' ' No. '.' Nu .1 No. I. No. -V No. u, lii'iacre-, .! mile-of -blipltik' polnl: good li-ruum house wilh L' porches, cistern and well at Imu-e: a No. ' i-om'rele e.ive. 'ixu f,.t.t , with storm front: good -mall mi'lnnl some cherries. pe:uhe- and -mall lni')atil. Very good native barn in hoik I repah. good granary -hediled on two side-, good hog shed, good corn orlb, spring and stock well In pi-ture near bun. Thl- laroi I- well fenced and cross, fenced, in fact iu will not llnd a farm belter fencnl and bettei kt-lil. There are in or innri' acres now in fall wheal, looking line Price fur quick -ile, M'inii per aeie This I- a -nan. eel busy. 'I icre-. ;i inlli-frinn -lilppliig polnl : nice larne li.iii-". '.' porclies. well ami elsiem at hou-e, nice sightly lis-at Ion. J chhI hirus ami -tin. m-w bog -lied Ah nit .M aeie-goiHl Ciiiiiuieu'lal iiicli.ird Land I- fairly well fenced and cm fenced. This i- an excellent laini for tbeiiMiney Call on me for l nn-i price. Thl- I- a Ii tru.i In I'Jii acie. .1 mile- fro u good shipping point : h.hI Imu-. . pnrcli and concrete walk-, cl-tern at hou-i', nice large cnin'tele cue !iU fei l, HoihI large bun and shed-, all u -ar ontliiilldltig-. mi l well- and el-tern, u acre-good orclianl. -nine allaU'u uie.idow . (aim I- m-h fenced and crn-s fciiccd and can be bought u.irtli the : n . 1 1 . j'rlce. ii.ini per acre iMIacre-, I mile- fiom good -hipping polnl. Men il-rmiiii house, '.' porche-, cl-lern on porch, good barn ami shed, el-tern at barn, stuck well In pa-ture near him. g I pi-turn, some alfalfa, ha -bed, corn crib, hog -lied-, etc About I- acre- timber, farm I- well fenced ami cro lenced Into several Melds and iast lire-. Thl- I- a good -Iih'I; and grain farm ami worth the money. Price, sio.ooo.oo. Time on part. ii"U bun. In tlmbei. -o acres, miles from good shipping iiolnt: new hou-e, small orchard, about '.' acres In eiilllatlou, balance Will make price right. Call ami see me. Mi acre-, four mile- fimn town: fair hou-e, small nrchaid, modeiale outliullilliig-, in acre-limner, .in acre-oi wneai, in acre- aiiiua. Seu liiu for price. I have City Property. .Merchaudi-e, Handles and I arms not herein mentioned for sale or trade. Call ai "lllce ami gel printed list. Vours for te-iill-, A. W. COTTEN, Office in Citizens' Bank Building, OREGON. MISSOURI. LIGHT RUNNING One Minute Washer lin.-wfjj nr..wSrT.B ' fi----kv' .siii 3 Buy IT 1 " i the Dealers named in thiiiul. I'l . i tlio f.imiiiiswaslier that runs lr j.iJ .alics i lothcs clean. GUARANTY "TMs in"' Ii'"" I' guaranteed iigiilnrt e'l i! 'I'tn in ii'nti'il.il and woikiiiaiislilp. All i V.lUo '.iit i i'il.nt'il i'KI'.i:. It uliilllnT gu.ir.oili'iil to u.u!i(liilliin i lean, easier, ipiliker and to run lighter than any other in.uhliu'." ManuUclured by ONE MINUTE MFG. CO., Newton, Iowa SOLD BY Corning, A. Johnson. Corning, C. P. Dege. Craig, T. R. Burns Hardware Co. Forbes, W. S. Hodgln. Fore City, Forest City Mill Ele vator Co. ' Graham, E. W. Geyer Hardware Co. Maltland. H. R, E. Kelly. x Mailland, J. H. Bohart. Mound City,: T. W. Burke & Co. Mound City. Terhune & Young. Oregon, T. X. Price. i.4.t - sv'.