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money on farm loans. Miss Allle !tuel, we are sorry to learn, li alarinlnKly sick at, licr home In this city. Tins Skntinki. ami Kansas City Weekly Star, one ji-ar, for only tl.i. Call at onrc. T. A. tionir, l. V. .N. I'p-to-date Vcterlnarv. Uillcu al home. Ilctli J'honcs, No. III. If .vim itruKoltit! next rltii:. lit ter see lli-ntonatiil Keimn now ami got the rrnileiitlal lite per rent money. If. cent No. :i Cans of Ultra Stan dard Tomatoes, for III rents. kiii:i:k & iiasnkss. Mrs. Net tlu IVler, of Mound City, was thu KticM. of Mrs. (.'lint Levi'tlcli, a couple of dijs, last week. Sen me for Coal and I'ceil. Scliiil- to llrotliers Warehouse. A. W. Skkman. . II. A. tUaiisli.is nurrhm'il from Mm KeeH'-Cook Aulo Co.. a ford delivery truck In In- ticil In his busl nevs. Ilaru'.v I lo 1 ir and Miss Helen Cromer, of I ores! ( Us. were ttranl -d a niarrlauu lk'i'iiM Hi St. .Insepli, January II. Mr. .1. M. I'totei. of Uohlnsoii, Kansas, Is Mtlli; hell-, the lli"t of her lirollier. wn henucny. oilier rei .itlvrs and friend. Tor Sale. A fulMilimd lltirotf .ler mv Hoar, uuluhl aUiul I'Mt. Call on or address, I II. Ciiunlnttliam. Ore gon, Mo., nunc i. IIoIm tI ritimiucr. of Klmspy ills trlrl, lefl'l'iiesib) of IhN week for a visii wiin ins nroiiier utn ami lain lly, of Crusliylon, Texas. Increase of the weight limit of thu p.irci l pot to one hundred poinnls is I k iih: MrrwiiMV ronviiiereii iy roi master (leneral llurle'-on. l.uM treasure may he found, and If II i-annnt he restored lo the liner II may I in of xalue In Mitiifhody. hut losl time Is a lotal loss fur ae. Mrs. Lie Mclntyre, ms thu Malt land Herald, was operated upon in a m. .lOH'pu iiospnai, on ueunes day, .lanuary II, for uKiullcltl. Wanted -.Kmtilnimeiitnnafarin Man and wife. Will consider a good proKuion can on or auiiress, i:, S. Cii.mii, (IreKon, Mo. will iri'l ion u L'ooil chicken dinner In thu old Skntinki. ImiIIiIIiih. H'rved hy thu ladles of thu l'resl)ter Ian church, on Sal unlay, .lanuary '.'I, iroin u:.ai io .' (rciocw. If In need of a loan, better read Ilenton St Keown's ad. In this Issue. -The Kmbrolderv Club was enter tained Thursday afternoon of last week, by Mrs. It. 0. Iluley. -Mrs. Oohe a StliiL'erU. of Mor ton, Ills., Is here on a tlsll with her sister, Mrs. Olivia Walker. -Dr. Whttscll. etc ami ear special ist: m; corner nth and Kdmond, St. Joseph. Until Phones, UI3. I am now ready tostipDly lou with Coal and I'eed. Schullu llrothers' warehouse A. W. Skkman. Itwkdit Meter and hrlde hate re turned from their bridal tour: they will likely kooii a rami in mc spring. Note change of time In Oregon tnlerurhau tlme.tahte, cITccllve Jan uary Si. I.ealng time B minutes earlier for Vllllsca trains, both morn ing and evening. Mrs. Ii. 1'. Mori-an. after a nlcav ant visit with her sister, Mrs. II. II. Itoiwrts, or Maitianu, ami sons, nrs. Hot and Sam. nf Skidmore. returned loln.-r home, Wednesday last. -Mrs, Zetla I'hllbrlck. of St. Jo seph, was here for several da)s, the pai weeK, raucu ny uie niness oi her ilaiiglitcr-ln-law, Mrs. l'red Phil brick, who has been a very sick woman from a severe cave of Ihe grippe. 2G50 Yards of New Calico, Spring styles. A whole case. At the ttlfj Clearing Sale, the yard, 5 cents. KHEEK & IIASNESS. (In Monday, Jan. 12. Sam Duller was kicked on Hie lefl kneu by a Iioiac. dislocating the knee cap and It was fe.ired the bnnu was fractured. Ir. 'julglry. who Is aUmiilln;: Idm, reports that the Injury will not protu veryserlous ..leirersnniau, .Ian. I.", llenrevutatlvii Stanley, nf Ken- luckv. after a eoiifiTi-ncc wild I'resl. dent Wilson, hit roduced Friday last, an ameuiimeni io uie Mierman i.aw, which would makultleL-al thu inonuttn. Ilatlon or resiralnl of trade "In anv ilegree." It Is designed to eliminate thu "rule of reason" laid down by thu Supreme Court In the Standard (ill case. Louis Watklns, of Korbes, Is a student In the Clillllcolho business college; he Is taking a course In tele graphy, and some of these days he will have a station on some big rail road system. We guarantee Dry Dip to kill lice, llcas, mange and all disease germs-can lie used the coldest days, easily applied. If not attsolulclv sat isfactory, no pay. Sold by f'rank Koster. I lluslness men say that an open I winter Is hard on business, but It saves money for the poor folks, and also for the farmer; and therefore It keens money in me country, winch ought to he good for everybody In It. -Mrs. I'eter Wchrll, of Mound City, was taken tu a St. Joseph hos pital Monday of last week, January r.', wnere sue iinucrwcni an opera tion. I.atu reports Indicate that she Is doing as well as could bu expected. M. S. Conrad, of Omaha, after a week's visit his sou, fiuy, wife and .bib) Margaret, returned to his home tTiievlay of this week. Mr. Conrad Is . thinking seriously of locating here, and wu do hope he will do so, for It means thu rotiilng amot'g n til an other splendid cilbeii. ' Last ThlirMlay. Jan. Mli, Chris , Nelderhauser, who u sides several miles from moiiihi city, wa ktckeil by a horse and three of his ribs were broken. This wasiUltc n serious ac cident for a man of Ids age: however, lie Is recovering as rapidly as could be expected. .lellcrsonlua, Jan. 1.1, Seth Moullcr. formerly an Ore gon boy, was badly bruised by a col lision between a street car and motor truck on Fifth and Locust Street In St. .loepb, Saturday l;-t . January IT. Seth was driving the truck for th'i Davis Milling Company, across l illh street, and a trolly car lilt him In the side. Selh was thrown to the pavement. Harrloii W Diinlg.in. for tnanv jears a resident of Mound City, died at thu home of his daughter, Mrs. John Keepers, at Wetmoru, ICau.. December 'jn, l'.MJ. while on a visit, He was sj jears of age. IIi s sur vived by two sons, Henry ('., of Mound lilt) ; and Monroe, of Craig; and two daughters, Mrs. K. D. Shcl lenberger, nf Mound City and Mrs. Keepers, of Wet more, I have opened up a Feed and Coal business In Schulte brothers' Warehouse. Come and sec me before making your orders. ALBKUT W. SKKMAN. Hev. V, M. Slilnn, formerly of Mound City, was In our city, Thurs day. He Is now located at Clarlnda, Iowa, engaged In the work for the Home Missions of America. He Is a zealous worker, and wu are always glad to meet him. FiUlrc Jacob King, of this city, united two couples In marriage on Wednesday. January 21. 1HU. He said the words that made llobert Wallace and Miss Nellie 1'. ltamsey; Wesley u. uamsey ami Mamie uouia, husbands and wives. Jonathan .1. tlayhllt arrived here last week from Seattle, Washington, where he has been making Ids homo I for several years, and will make an I extended visit with his father. C. II. i llajhlll, wife and family, other rela tives, ami numerous menus. David llarliour left Tucvlav for Hem I tig, Colo., where he has been farming, and will close out his slock anil farm utensils, anil win men re turn to this clt v. to look after mat' ters pertaining lo the estate of his ta mer, wno men mc isi insiam. Miss Kdna Meadow s,of near Mall land, made a brief visit In Oregon, I'rlday of last week, thu guest of her friend, Miss llallle (lehln. She was en-route home from Pleasant Hill, Mo., whero sho hail been to attend tin- wedding oi a scnooi gin cnum. 40c Oranges, 24c Sec our window. Same sle we sold N'mas for '."J cents, and muld'nt till all orders. KIICIIK .V HAS.NKSS Wu welcome the Atchison County Journal back to our exchange table, after an absence nf some two months, which was caused by thu destruction of Its plant last November. It was thu llrst country newspaper estab lished In this section of thu state, and the second on thu list was Tun Skn tinki., We are also glad to know that John Dopf, son of Its founder, has purchased thu Journal and Is again iiacw on inu out paper on which nc learned ins irauu. 2650 Yards Spring Calico. Sale Price, yard, 5 cents, KREEK & HASNESS. Mrs. Harry M. Johnston, after a week's with her mother, Mrs. Olivia Walker, and brothers and sisters. has returned to her home In Kansas City. Our County Court vslll hold Its regular February meeting -on the sec ond day of the month, al which time me overseers siiouin nave uieir set tlemtnts In. Miss Mavme Plnkston, of St. Jo- mdIi. is v sll ni- here, the truest or her grand-mother, Mrs. Margaret Collins, and numerous other relatives and friends. The Misses Anna, Alice and Kate Harbour left for Kan.asClty, Sunday last, where the two former arc em ployed. Miss Kate will stay with them Iriletlnltely. A band has been organized at Maltlaiid, composed of twenty pieces. There was a time when Maltlaiid had one of thu very best hands In this sec tion of thu stale. Look! If you haveanyllvestock, a farm or anything to sell, or If you want to buy, sen Dr T A. Long, the veterinary OtlU-e i'PI"'lle O, I It. It. depot, Oregon. Mo. Mrs. I'. M. Iilarer. of Mallland. who recently underwent an operation at llnrhester, Minn , Is reported as recovering, but :t second operation may Im found nerewary. The stockholders of thu Home Telephone Comnany held their an nual meeting Tui"-il,iv, of this week, and selected Joe II Murray as Its president foi tliejear lull. An nil rnmpauv with a canltal of ln.Ooo has been formed at Tarkln, since It was illscuiercil that there was nil or gas on the llaukln farm, and a well will Im dilllid soon hy a Kan-as City linn Wu are t'lad lo learn that Cenrge Meyer, aued alNitil 1,1 war-, son of Itev. W. U. Mi')i r. this city, who was recently operated on in St. Joseph, for appeuilli'ltis, l now hack home and uettlni.' along ulrelv. Knr Salo My resldi-nce In Ore gon: In a good location; r rooms and closet h: barn for .'I head nf horses: buggy shed large enough for buggy and wagon: good cistern at house rind barn: Imlrint In :ml: eood hen house, ('all on or address. Ilert Fos ter, Oregon. Mn Iland'ouielv enijr.ucil c.irilreach us. anniiiinclng the eieniuguuntlalsnr Miss Anna Helen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom (turrv. and Jona than J., son nf 0. It llavhlll, at thu Methndlt, Episcopal rhurch In this cltv, Salurday, January .11, I'D I, at 3;.1i) o'clock. James Palmer and Mrs, Anna Raines, both of Oregon, were, married Wednesday Isst, January II. bv Ks quire Jacob King. In l!it:i the 'Siiulre united I'J enuples; in llil'J Im lied the knot, for 1,1 enuptes, and during the 10 vears he Ins I n a Justice burn ho hss united (II couples in marriage. We had a very pleasant call from 0. II. Oraliam, nf near Fillmore, An drew county, Tuesday of this week, Mr. Oraliam Is a former well-known rlllren of Holt, and his numerous friends were glad lo sen htm. Ho Is living nn n rui-m. hut for the past two years has devoted a considerable por ,tlnn of his sparo time to his profession, that of auctioneering, 'nf which he has madiUlln a success, 'He Is asking for some llnll county jbnslness, ns will he seen by his card lelsnwhern in this Issue. Household Goods For Salo. Owing tn III health, I desire lo sell : nnmhr nf nieces of our household 'effects at private sale, for cash In bsnd, and win be pleased to have all frioslrlnir irtlelits tint. Anlr lnt.n the ffenersl household', to call, and ex mine arueies ana learn prices, ai me residence of 0. J. Vubrmtn. Your unrestricted choice of any Overcoat in the house S13.5Q Koock at Oregon THE PLACE FOB GOOD THINGS TO EAT Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Celery and Oysters, along with our staple line of Groceries. We have the largest and most com plete line of Groceries in Northwest Missouri. We arc making a Great Reduction on ourj&ueensware. Call and look it over. Phono in your orders early and get prompt service. Yours for business, Moore & Kreek I I - Wu have had so llttlo real winter weather that It Is hard toreallrethat Old Sol is already on his way back to us with the birds and Itowcrs; also the lllesaud Ihe "Is-thls liot-enough-for-you" ilend. lessu K. Mills and wife, or White Cloud, Kansas, and well-known here, have removed to Long Uracil, Cali fornia, where they are now nicely lo cated, and as Jesse says In a recent letter to us, "And have the latch string hanging out to all our Holt count v friends." -Abraham Lincoln never said "Hello, Central," never dodged an automobile, never hold a strap in a trolley car, never pushed a button for a light, never heard aphonographand never po-ed for a motion picture, and yet Abraham Lincoln died only forty eight years ago. Kt. M , -KrtU'sl (ielvln had a part of the fore linger on his left hand cut oil by a feed grinder last Friday, January, HI. Ilo had Just put the machine to gether and was trying Itout whenthe accident occurred. The linger was left hanging by only a small strip of skin - Mallland Herald. The llviwnonths old baby of Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Keck was found dead in bed last. Tuesday morning, Jan. I.'i. A doctor was called and he diag nosed the cause of death as epileptic spasms. The baby with Its parents was vlsiiing its grandparents when It died. The funeral was hold Wednes day and Interment took place In the Ho)d ccmetury Forest City News, Jan. I.',, For Sale. 40-acre Farm. S miles north of For est City, closu to school and church. All fenced hog-tight and cross-fenced. I 'radically all in grass. Good house, barn, chicken house, smoke house, hog sheds. Hulldlngs all new and substantially built good stock well. Cistern at house. Tills Is a handy little farm. Will sell cheap. For further particulars call on or address ... . J. M.-DOUBB, Forest City, Mo. so Klmnna Crepe on sale al the lllg Sale. Yard, Id cents. KIII'.KK & HASNKSS. Thu ladles of the I'resbyterlan church will serve a chicken dinner In the old Skntinki. building, Saturday, January IN, from U::toto i o'clock. Corn for Sale-Crib measure. Two miles northeast of Oregon. Call C, 0. Martin. Farmers' phone, Oregon, or write II. Kccles, Ull Illicit. Ave., St. Joe, Mo. The contracts for dragging the County Seat Highway, known as the Maryvllle Itock l'ort road by the way of Skidmore and Fairfax, are now ail signed or arranged for. Kntcrprlslng and Interested farmers along the route have sub contracted with these parties to drag certain portions of this road. Skidmore New Kra. Mrs. Maggie Iliirns-Allen died at her home In Kansas City, Mo,, I'rl day, .lanuaay in, IM14, from consump tion, aged about 4.1 years. Shu form erly resided here, and was a daughter of Thomas burns and wife, former well-known citizens of Oregon. She leaves husband, one son, father and mother and two sisters and many relatives and friends to mourn her departure to thu other shore. Fun eral was held last Sunday. The mayor and board of aldermen from l'arts and Smlthvllle, this state, and Lebanon, Kus., were here last week, and made an Inspection of our light plant. These cities are consid ering Improvement of their present filants. and as Oregon has thu very atcst In this line they wero anxious to see It, and wont home greatly Im pressed In Its favor. Superintendent Martin and Operator Cole thowed them. 7 Bars Ben Hur.Soap, un der Sheep's Head Brand for 23 Cents. We absolutely guarantee the quality. KREEK HASNESS. Benton. . J. L. Andler and wife and little daughter were in si. Joe, Tuesday. Mrs. Andler, of Horton, Kas.. Is spending the last few weeks with her son, Gerald and family. Mrs, Kate Scott and dauehter. Kmma, of Oregon, visited a few days with llobert Kinerson'sand other rel atives at nenion. Mrs. Maudu Hickman entertained at illiinur last Tuesday, liuv, Soil, mr. ami .nrs. r.u. miuous anil uaiign ter, Mrs. Maltle Wicker and Mrs. llessle Stalov. Mrs. Mattlo Wicker entertained. one day, last week: Mrs. Annie Field. Mrs. John I'etcrs and little son, Mrs. Walter Staley ami sun, iliijnu, .nrs. .icraiu An1 dler and daughter. Lenora. and Mrs. Klmcr Mlnshall and daughter, Mil- areu. vkiiitah. Keen your hoirs free from llcas. lice, mange and all disease germs dur ing thu cold winter mouths, by the usu of Dry Dip. Sold under guaran tee. Not satisfactory, no par. Sold by I' HANK I'OSTKII. Han Jamison shipped out the last ten car loans or teeners last suniiay afternoon, January II. and on Tues day hu shipped out two car loads of nogs, i '.in lias neen feeding mis slock during thu winter for a stock linn, and It Is said that it was thu best bunch of cattle and hogs ever shipped from this place. -Forest City isews. Last Friday, January U, Mr. llrldgmon received a pair of lino reg istered Kugllsh bloodhound pups, bomiht from one of theleadlnu breed ers of these animals. The dogs are now oniy i monius our, uui are appar ently very Intelligent. Mr. llrldgmon intends tralnlnir the doss for the pur pose of assisting in trailing criminals, and such work. There are notralned bloodhounds In this section, and If these dogs make Rood, the owner will doubtless have considerable work for them. uouna mty news. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to my friends that I carry an exclusive line of high class Picture Moulding and do all kinds of Furniture Repair and Upholstering. All work promptly done and prices reasonable. A portion of your work In this line respectfully solicited. RALPH C MOORE Office First floor in Sterrett's Opera House. v pjsr I I I I EDDY'S STOCK SALE! I will sell at my farm, 6 miles north east of Craig, and 0 miles northwest of Mound City, on TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 14 the following live stock: A Number of Good Horses, Brood Mares and Driving Horses. A Number of Pure Bred Jersey Cows, Heifers and Bulls. 25 head of Pure Bred Poland-China Brood Sows. This is your chance to secure some first-class pure-bred stock for spring use. E. P. EDDY COL H. T. CHRISMAN, Auctioneer E. R. MELTON. CMrU 1 nti.l XTku It. I and their two little daughters, lva vlslllntf with Hev. and Mm. II. II fimallwnntl. of Forest Cltv. K&timlav and Sunday. While here, they, with Hev, anu Mrs. it. u. smallwood and naif II fl Qtnxnmrt tnnlr rllnnn. dsy, at the T, K. Tetre home, and lisd a most enjoyable time. They re turned home Sunday evening, n, .lor?on bs' nrmvn Leghorn lloosters, for sale-l'ure bloods. 1 If taken soon. w. L. Monronn, Maltland, Mo. -Dry Dip will positively kill lice, 8e"nange and all disease germs!: f?n"sel the coldest days without injury to your hogs. Try It. Sold Fost" Kuarantee by Frank itifiWftir'ii iff'f iigjf ' .mi f ant! i.iiteto ; ? i, ' ' , , , '