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Start Today To trade where your money will buy as much as the other fellow's where one price is given to all. Special This Week 25c package of Oats - 20c. G. T. METCALF & CO. Forbes, Mo. Furs Wanted I will pay for Skunks, No. I - - - $1.25 around 44 2 - - - .65 Civit ----- .30 44 Oppossum, large - .30 44 . small - .15 44 Rats, .20 44 W. H. Stewart Do You Believe in Progress? If SO tlli'll ul i- Ihlllll 1 Ml t r' llll' U'fl'ilt I'H. Mlillltii'rf nii'l inliiiilii(.ri's t'l M iliili' iiinl tlx .Mo lllll' ( 'tKISt fllM'lW'l I'l'Olll 1 1ll' 1 1) It'll IILT lit' till' hill' mini ('mini. Tit" t !! of imiiiiurutioii has nlivndy tllrrfti'tj its fii.it.-ti'iH toward tin- Smith mul Mo hlli' tins 1'i'lt Iht "lime 11I' tin ni'ivi'iui'iit Tills will iiiiMviisi' tin 1 ii-I f lautl tin fold in u short iH'iitwl tit" tiiiH'. Now Is tin' tinif tn INVKST. ThN M iliilf pluii prop Mltitiii is nut 11 lam I M'lii'ini' I'nr fitiani-ial results, hut it is a Develop nu'iit I'l-iip'itiuii planiii'il hy the Multllf ( 'liaiiilitT nf Coiiiini'ifi' fur tin' hi'iii'lit til' Mobile ami snr roundimr fitii's mnl alo the ronntry ami lines tors, who tiet n renter pet tit tin their invest.. ini'iit hy Urn ili'Vi'lnpini'iit nl' tin untry. Mobile rninity litis mi i'n'Hniirt'il iiKrii'iilturist. wln is eon.-tantly clviuu advice free nf rhurge to tin' fur niiiis in that t'Diinty. Kai'h enmity in tin state has tins saint' : yum 1111 t'tisily set' tin' result nf surh - 'operation. Mobile, a t'ity with a population of T.'MMMI. is only from 10 to is milt's of this Inntl. Daws, tint new town. issitnattl in the initlst. of these lamls anil is coniuTtiMl to Mobile hy railroad ami motor services. Climate, soil, iniii kets mid health are chiof factors in farm HUtress. We have one anil all of these, as the Government statistics show that we have the climate ami noil, ami you neetl only to Hen Mobile with her Hue railroad facilities ami her great docks where ships from every cor ner of the earth can load ami unload their rurgos, to be convinced iih to the market. Ah to health, we have it because wo have an elevation of from 'J,r0 to SWO feet above nca level tho highest coast line on tho Gulf of Mexico (therefore a natural drainage) and a constant sea breeze and an aver age temperature (the year n round) tt7.'-' percent mid mi average rainfall of fid fit) inches Uherofore mi irrigation is necessary.) All erow can be raised that can be raised in any part of the United States. Ami also oranges, pecans, ligs. lemons ami other tropical fruits. We tlo not run special trains to these lands tn get you to buy because this is a development plan. Hut winter tourist ami liomeseekers rates can tin had on the lirst ami third Tuesdays of each mouth. "Three crops in one year is eiiial to one crop each year for three years." "The wnrld lias but two safeguards against famine more fanners ami better funning." Hotter investigate. IjuhI sells from $1S to $10 per acre. After investiga ting oilier land propositions, come to our oliice mid let us show you a Guaranteed Development Proposition. Office Over Koock's Clothing Store, Oregon, Mo. GREENE - HIBBARD GREENE. Timothy Hixon Proud. The deceased was born tn 18,'W, March .10, near WaOilnuton Court House, Ohio. In KiUhe moved to Kokomo, lml . ami In i0.1 to Holt comity, Mo., and atfaltt In V2 lo Atclilon county, Mo., whore he lived for forty jcar, near Fairfax, moving back to Holt county In Svpteinber,IM.'l. UN lat day ere pent m Mound City In the home- of hl two son. Illi Intention wa to relle In Mound City, tn Anoint. I!'l I, If bewail the erection of a reldctici'. which a Hearing completion at Hi" 'hue f hi death. Iiecciilicr '.'.l. withe lie llllltt-lf lll.lklllL IH.-I 1. u l,i Mllt I pimv an ' iifr n;t l -I fiu pr. M'' I ' u I Mi In ! I .i li.-r all lii.i' w.t lil e.iM .'.it after I- i ad turn ili'l.i'ii lit i tr.t l I' .il'V l a' i ii ! .ud I wa'i- in and lieliu aked wh.i' , ihmIi'. I poime.i iieati iinard w y an i n provemi'ii1 ii . hi 1 1 it-1 .' 'hat l n earth l I ll Malil .ii all Mr I'K' id wa marrl- d inlvvti a chlldliofl a.R'late. Ml- I.Ma I. (OIdl'rr . Mil. I, ite I ii .(.veil .'lilt. ilren. whhe f Mir nf tl ,,i ilien iae g'JJie "II lier.ire. hl l and t litre Chllilli'll Mirvlve hhu. Mi ) S. Nail man. of Wann ih. Minn., and twoMn, S. i: iitnlt'. V. Proud, t MjundClty lli'l-a'vi on i 1 1 i.l i. ,s . . iv Mr. .I.Ki'ili I'jrki'r. .1 M .ifana Mr Henry pltier. of I My .n 1 ii.i. and a hnilher. .Vimuel. ot M i'mI I lll br.nher. (Ml. I'tniid. dl I In " i.1i'i . Au.-u.t 11. lull. The family lite ' Ih" le.vavd w.i inu-t ln'iutllul, Indue f.'eptinan) lender he.ir'idand Uilu ' 'Wife anil ehlldlell lie Ilu-d I . tll'letll wiildln.' annhefari. wi.l. i. uaoeeie In.iUil In the rail ! I'"' Hi- am Hide toward hl wife w.i a :i.'.in. llileiiH.il. and. rea I. in; 'hi nil.'er lallil) nf llfcwhtn Id" tie hJUena I'liiiiineiH'eila tew ti..inthUk; . In 'wo IK'iivd tin- l'oa'l ill (filler, and ih'Clileil .uvuidlltt! t.i 'hell .wt nidi;. tnelil the cn.ire to Ih' mr nil hy the one If tin- olher h Hud lie .'ailed. What a wret inemorj Th.i' a aln iriie .if hl te:ii;iii fe; he unit' d with the M. II. church at Mie ncu o( :'.' In 1 lid 1 li membership was tratisferied tn Ihe chinch A the miiiu name at 1 trecoii. at the tltue of lil coiiilnc in Huh county, hut when he moved to Atchloon cuuii'y he united wllh the 1 iiiubertatid Presbyterian at WalkupH drove. Ill heart was broader Hun any ectarlanlin. and In I'.ki when the t'uinlH.'rlan I- and the I'. !. A I resbyterlan churches were united he was an earn.-! supporter of the union, thus for inure than aiUar tcr of a century lie served the church In Ihe capacity of llulnk' Klder. Nor was 1 here any ik'c.ilon Cir Iteinlrln intii his leiicimis standhi.'. his repu tation went h-ron- hhn III friends of I ahfj said ai Ihetliue ul his coin IliU' hele that their lii' w.uild lienor HJln. and i laras hi- eilurts were COllcellieil the rcnit was established. llehioucht his chtiich .etler with him. and Ihoiiuh he did nut live In see Ills lUelllll,: hele Coin pleted. when he died licemher IUh'l, III the Hi year of his ace. he had a leiiclous home In K.und City. belnc a iiieliiher of the I'reshy ti ilati church This Is his eauip!e 1 r us. We should try to rcproduc in tnircUrs thethieu features characteristic ut 1 1 1 in which have liuen named. Let its cultivate hl contldeiitlal spirit In our huusehiilils, lake our church letters with us a we pitch our tents f roll 1 place, to place, and hold ourselves In readiness fur death. W. II. I'. Miusuri Valley Canner' Asso ciation will hold Its Annual Meeting In Kan sas city, Mo,, January , 7, inu, at the CDATKS IIOPSK. This will be an experience meeting. Plan to be there on the tlrsl day. You should Join the Association this year you need ll Ii needs you. You will he benellted hy attending this meeting I.. I. Mixiiik, Secretary, Oregon, jo. Mrs. Frank llnecker and dill- dren, uf llroken ll)w, Neb, were here with tier parents, A. II. Halle). wife and family, during the holidays. Win. II. Hicks, of Otto, Iowa, and Miss llemice Cook, of Mound City, were granted a marriage license at Kails City, ,el) Saturday, lec. 7, Itihl. Hr, Klopp reports a baby girl born to .lames Wall and wife, Mon day, December 1. He also leports Mrs. Wall lo be in a srous condi tion, having been taken dawn with pneumonia a couple of days before the blrlhoftlie child. .lames llrohan spent the holidays here with his father, Hugh llrohan. and family. .11 111 is now working for tho tireal Western railway, witli headquarters at lies Moines, Iowa, lie Is now a conductor, and Is rapidly forging to the front. Mrs. I.. M. lloecker will leave next Monday for Fori Collins, Colo., where she will Join tier granddaugh ter, Miss Lillian Austin, who Is vis iting there with relatives. And If the weather Is too cold, they will probably go to California. If THIS IS THE SEASON OF GOOD-WILL We extend ours to everybody; to those who buy our goods, and to those who don't; even to those-if there are any-who say they never will buy them. There is always room in this world for good wishes, and we want you to accept ours. Here's to you and your family, may you livo long and prospor. Dawson-Campbell Clothing Company Oregon, Missouri 1 $1 Benton. .ermati. of t.hut man. is .ve.'k with Mrs. Iiissle M's spetidl'U' Staley. . Tiioii. i- 111 le and wife, from Iowa. vs e' Mrs. nidge". ssW-r.Mr. '.lohn Mauti. last week. Mrs (... K'liers in entertained Christ i.a -1 i.mi and tialu'spareiits and ta 1 l'l" -KteeU III a, I, besides I he 1, i.'.. an taniliy I!..-. !: .ss,.; ..i, Monday evening, at the .'i. ' . Mi.' lirst of a series ol meet In.'. iicl. we hopu will be a help t j 'ne l, community. -Wi'vf s'n,.y am) family spent Hills- i:. i:h Mrs. Staley ' mother, Mrs. Mm 'lti,'. a' Kansas City, Kan., and ii.el i. i.jsI enjoyable time, re turning 1 n- 'h; tlrst of the week Miss . alvsi.iuh'U ttride I 1 he Was (lv' miscellaneous shower sniiie 'bt.e kgj Alutit torty wete presetr. 11 e.etilng was very pleas anlly spec .r.any nice presents re ceived and a in.'l. uf sandwiches and cakes ser ,e I V KM M. -Skft'ln.' s tine, this week. J I wl'i. y jj all a Happy New Year. 1 -lol.n ergusou and Mrs. ,nnle I leld hu'.clifred, Monday, The s)j j j'lng match at John Mc (loon's n Aell attended, Mrs. Kuury Wicker helped Mrs. I. I.. An Her seA, one day, last week. , 1'. H l lumaurice and family vis lied Mrs. Ku'.eCorby,Lindayeeriiri, Mr. and Mrs.Kmory Wicker visit ed relatives in Mound City, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. L. Andler spent Xmas wiM. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Oulhrle. -Mrs. .i:i n l'eters and m, llalan, visited her brother, Samuel liaiidall and family Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Joint Ferguson and! Miss Llult Field visited relatives In I otest City. Thursday. Miss Cora Field returned home, Sunday, after a week's visit with her. sister. Mrs. ttaie Kmersjn. A par'y d youngfolksgathereilat the luiue jf Mr. and Mrs. John Peters, I ilday evening, to surprise Casslus, Ahotit I'- Aere present. Thu t-viiilng was spen' In imisIc and games, Ala late hour dainty refreshments were served by ll' hostess. Kveryone re por's a g nl M'ne. Tin ru. lr. ArttiM Magruder, of West MrgluU Is the guest of Mrs. Kmma Sect, 'his Aeek. We are sorry to team of the acci dent that befell Mrs. Bd lialser In St. Joseph, on Monday of this week. She Is with the Townsend & Wyatt Dry Goods Company, and on entering the elevator her foot slipped, and she fell to the floor Injuring her back very se verely. She was taken to her home, where site U said to be resting as well as could be expected. WANTED FOR SALE Farms, Town Property and Cheap Lands Anywhere. I have several inquiries for Farm Bargains. If yours is worth the money call and see me. I may have a buyer for just what you have to sell. My rates are reasonable, my services as good as the best. Why not see me? I have a few real bargains on the "0,-T." If you would know about them see me. If you have idle money, advise me. I can place it for you on Real EstatG security at good rate of interest. I have a supply of 1914 Calendars. Call and get one. They are free for the asking. I have a supply of Missouri maps at the same price (tree), also have some nice leather wallets in which to keep val uable papers. Call at office, ask to see them, you may want one for yourself they are free to my customers. Wishing you a Happy and a Pros perous New Year, I am Yours for business and fair dealings, A. W. COTTEN Big Type Poland-China Boars and Gilts Win. Kiti'k. hud inilo fiist til' Ortwiii, lui for wiln now 11 lust ol' Maii'li ami '! of April third furrow Honrs, tlint wtiigh from 'J'.Ti pounds to 'J7.r pounds, and nlso six lirotlit'rs of May 'J'.ltli furrow to tint four fall yearlings, ho sold to Mtissrs. John NodIIhoIi, Curtis Whitmor, Oppoiilaiuler and Hotfumnn. Also one of my Kecorded Herd Hoars, a jnvnt brooder. Mr. Rostock guarantees every hog u breeder, if not let run with bows until all are safe in pig. He will also Bell about 20 Gilts, bred or open. Peter Moiiw'n breeding of Orange City, Iowa, in twelve of the above pigs.