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SHORT STROKE THE 9 EASY $10.00. Hand Washing Machines, $4.50 to $10.00 Power Washers, $22.50 to $30.00 We have the One Minute and the Rullman Hand Washing Machines -none better. Prices on Steel Ranges, $28.50 to $60.00. One-fourth off on all Heating Stoves. Our prices are as low as anybody on good goods. Yours for Good Hardware, T. L. PRICE, HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. . . OREGON, MO. I am now prepared to give the people of Oregon and Holt county the bent there in in Photography. All the latest Styles and Tones. Call and sec my snmples. Studio open all the time. NOW READY FOR BUSINESS "WEARY" Photographer. NORTHEAST CORNER SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI Arkansas Lands. Arkansas, the state of opportunities. Don't you want to own a piece of land that will make a good farm and pay handsome returns on the investment? You can get land In Southern Ar kansas, where water Is good, healthy locality, free from our cold Northern winters, at S5.00 for cut-over land, and S20 for cheaply Improved farms, Make two kinds of crops on same land In one year. Call on me for Booklet. F. L. ZELLER, OREGON. MISSOURI. Buy It Because It's a Better Car Model t $rrcr I Tourlmi Car ilill I I l.u.b.Drtroit m Willi Klcclrlc SOrlrr ami I.lulil., SUM) Kxlru. I (Set particulars from Kecves-Cook Auto Com- I pany, Oregon, Missouri. I III Death of Eric Hcrshbcrgcr. The tnatiy friends ami relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Illram llershhergcr ami family Join In citcndliig sincere sym path)', In the loss of their beloved son, Krlc, who was at the very thresh old uf a moil promising and useful lift-, which occurred at the family homo In Kskrldge, Ka!., .laimary 12. lull, In the Will )var of his age, In speaking of his death, the Kskrldtit', has., Triliiiiiu-Star, of .laimary l, r-a)s: 'lllratn Krlc llershlierger washout In Mound City, Mo., September in, lil, and died at his homo In l.sk- rider. Monday, .laimary I:', at the ago of 2" years, ;i muiiths and 2 dajs. Krlc hail In-cii In poor health for I he past two years or more, and constant ly grew wor.'c. although all that kind and loving hands ami iiiedlc.it skill could do was done In the hopes of Im proving his health. H.wly last fall Ills mother went with liltn tn New Mexico, In thu hopes that I ln change of climate would bring the ileslrttl re- Milts. At tlrst he -eemed tn Improve and then again grew woise. I'roin New Mcxlfo he was taken to Texas, and It was there that the mother Is- came eonclous of the fact that there was no hopes for the recovery of her son and so sheileclilcd tohaten home with him before the end came In or der that he might die at home anions his many friends ami relatives. They arrived hero Christmas day and Krlc was glad to again he home, as he knew the end was very near, lie grew weaker and weaker iljy hy day until finally when the fatal day came he was unconscious most of the day ami Just peacefully slept thlsllfeaway ami passed to t lie ureal heMind. Ilur- Ing the long ilijs with his mother In New Mexico he often poku of the life to come and said: "I he- llevu In (Soil and the llllile and all It teaches." Ho often wished for recov ery but during Ills lingering Illness he never uttered a word of complaint. Krlc Kraduatcd from the KskrldKu IiIkIi school In the spring of 1IM2. lie was a bright loy with more than av- erage ability and was a general favor ite among Ills schoolmates. Me hail a kind and generous heart and was ever welcome anions Ids friends. He leaves a father, mother, two brothers and a host of friends to mourn the loss of one they all loved, lie will be sadly missed from the home. The funeral services were held Wt'J- nevlay afternoon from the Methodist church ami were conducted hy the Jtev.T. M. Hell, assisted liy the Itev. II. K. Dobbins, after which the re mains were Interred In the Kskrldgo cemetery. The Moral olTerlngK were many and very Ixaullftil. We Join the many In extending sym pathy to the sorrowing family." J. C. WHITMER, iDEZCsTTIST. These Are Hard Prices for the Grocer. If he won't meet them come to us. IiV Large Prunes, pound 7)o IV V .! Tomatoes, can . .. hv I'M U' .1 Seeded Italslns ... i!- :!V Mandiril r.mlly lats IV lis? tie '.Mc lieiiancc lied Salmon lie IV fullty Macaroni .... . 'u We absolutely guarantee this iiiallly. IiV l..ivtDii lUMng 1'iiwiler, can. 'e I cans Standard Corn 2.V 22 lls. Stantlnrtl SiiKiir SI .00 'ii) s,ii vvortli to a customer uieloiil) .Vi iouudsiiiore at lids price. KREEK & HASNESS Ke.il listate .Mimcorarh. iThimiih, miikiv lit r. I., mi ll oil". IIHMMIS. Mil, III 1 1 I l l'srillis IX 1111' MIHIIII, IIIIMK. Abstracter and Negotiator of Loans Transfer for week ending .laimary 17. i"ll- WAIIII.VVrV IIKIMM I'aui (' llilla to Kva Martin, lot s. block '.', t! 0 Add, Craig. Us) Kva Kinma Martin toWSThoin- s in, lots in, '.m. block V I' Add, Craig I'M Geo II Minton to luvld II Min ion, I'nd lots II, I'.', block ;i, Napier uO S Walter rit.maiirlce to llosi M I'lelil, sw swr 1.1, mi, 40 a Jacob llucher to V II Itichards, lots 7, block ID, Oregon .... " V II Itichards to .lacob llucher, lots ', block 111, Oregon .... Klla Anselment to llaltlu Ilrownlug, w J lots I, 4, block I', t iregon 2,:o Sareptha Graham to Ceo V roynter, l't block fl, lllgelow . mi I no K Jackum tn A M Davis, 4!i a l'.li. range .', - .Hi 3,100 Wm II llltt to Kva It llltt, I hit lot t, block at, block in, lots 1,0,, H, ti.hi, , block til , I'orest City I. .loo Charles i: llltt to Kva II llltt, lut lot u, block .'II, block m, lots I, it. 7, H, ii, in, , block ill, Forest City I.'JII I'A Kliler to tleo A Kldei, nw PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Dies at Ripe Old Arc. Mrs. .lames Simpson Noland, after a lingering Illness, died at thu home of her tun, .lesso Hicks, In this city, on I riilay last, January in, lull, aged Kl years. Marlali, daughter of William II. Noland, was born In Jackson comity, Missouri, September 1, IKIO. She was married three times, tier llrst hits band was Wm. McDowell, of Jackson county, and by this marriage one son, William, of horlcsctie, survives, In 18.13 she became the wife of James W, Illcks, In Jackson county, lly this marriage three sons survive Henry, of near Mound City; Presley, near lllgelow, and Jesse, of Oregon. In February, 1KMI, she was married to James Simpson Noland In Jackson county, and In IH7'.' the family came to llolt county, where the deceased resided up to her death. Mr. Noland died May 4, lliia, anil during htr widowhood herchildren have lovingly cared for her. Funeral services were conducted from the home of her son, Jesse, in tills city, on Sunday last, lfilh Inst., by Klder Worcester, of the Tabor, Iowa, Holiness church, the Interment being In the Noland cemetery north of this city, The surviving children of Mrs. No land feel grateful to neighbors and friends for their help and sympathy during the Illness and death of their mother. Plenty of old papers for salu at this oillce at 20c per 100. ftEBT G. PIERCE, DENTIST, se 1.1 as 100 Mrs Kale Sm-ll et al to C Til ler. as-Ylisl a sit se I, '.', a7 ... ;i,nuu .1 II lleltliiau, will Inn II Mitchell in .Inn r(!roseii, lots.',, s, block I'.', Mil City ... I IJl'ITHI.AIMS Clarence Schat. et ul to KU.a- belli Schat., 1 lie S 2, hi I Klmer W Hunter et al In C M Klllott i t al, in a no nw 0, H: .17 I Rugs! Rugs! Rugs! $400 Worth Some Choice Hugs, this year's pat terns. No Mall order House Is In It, not even Shears ami Sawbuck. No other house can beat our price for Quality,, none better. Leave your prejudices at. home ami come III and see us If you want llargalns, OltKC.ON FCIINlTUItK CO., Oregon, Missouri. For Sale or Rent Residence, where I live. Six rooms, pantry and closets; two large attic rooms, wood house, two cisterns, shade and iruit trees. Possession, March 1st. Several vacant resi dence lots for sale. 5am Schulte Oregon, Mo. I will soil at I'nhlli! Auction, ;it my renliliiiiin', two miles norm and uin-Iiult milo iionnwt'st ol Oivkoii, Mo., on the 1-ln Miiso place, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1914, Hi'Kiiiniii promptly at II o'clock a. in., tlic following ilcscrilicil property, to-wil : 15 Head of Live Stock 15 lHliicklloi.sc. il yens old, works In all harness, weight I "Jin I lbs, ; 1 Hay Horse. ,"i years old. works in all harness. weight l'jon lbs. 1 Cow. H,ht years old. with Calf, three. months old by her side- a lino milk Cow : I ."i-year-old Cow, wiving '.'. Kallonsof milk per day ; yearling I idlers, both Short-horns; I tall lloifcr Calf, ii Duroc (iilts, bred to far- ow in April : I roIand-C liua Hoar, nine mouths old I loeu Iliirrcd I'lymoiith I'ock liens. Farming Implements, Etc. I l-arni WaKoii. Siiiuh; lliiLt;y. I SnrhiK Witk'ou. 1 Hay I'ake. Jenny l.lud Cultivator. Double Shovel Plow, set of Work Harness. set of Double liuusry Harness, I new set it hiiif,'le Harness. Saddle. Some baled Oats Straw. Household and Kitchen Furniture Dresser. Commode, Sanitary Couch. FoIiIIiik lied. (Mass door Cupboard, Kitchen Cabinet and oilier articles too numerous to mention. KVANS' LUNCH WACON ON (S HOUNDS. TERMS OF SALE: All sums of 1 0.00 and under, cash: over that amount a cicdlt of flight mouths will bo Ivcti on bankable note hear- UK oiKbt per cent Interest from date. Oregon, Mo. Offlcs in th Monro B'ldf . Hours 0 ft- eu. tola m. liH P. D. Ml I P. IB. --Olil papers ii) cents per 100 at this otllcu. -I). M. Martin was In Ht. Joseph, Monday of this week. Ills wife, who hail been visiting thcro with her sis. ter, Mrs Clara I.yon, and her nieces, Mrs. John Meek and family and Mrs II. 1). Faulconer and family, returned home with him. W, 8. Taylor and family, of Mound City, wero In Oregon, last week, the guests of Ills brother, Unas, Eugene Taylor and family, and renew lug acquaintances with numerous friends. Come again, W. S., we are PUBLIC SALE! EDGAR MUSE. R. U. BENTON and CLARE CULP, Auctioneers. NEVILLE DICKSON, Clerk. BARGAINS IN FARMS. No. I. Ill) acres, ., miles north and one west of Oregon; IN) acres In bearing apple orchard. Good 1-room house with pantry and closets, '-' cis terns, arch cave, smoke house, chicken house, barn MtM feet, room for l'J head of horses, Implements, :i cribs In barn, with other out buildings; well and windmill at turn. It will pay you to nee tills place. Price, IIVhsi.ou. WO acres, about i miles north of New Point; has a good fi-room house, smoke house and arch cave, also cistern at house; barns and sheds In good condition, with never falling well al barn. This Is a No. I corn and alfalfa farm and should be seen to Ihj appreciated. Price, I.IO.nil per acre. No, GEORGE S. LUKENS, OREGON, Both TlioncH. MISSOURI. Horses -"' Mares From 1000 to 2000 lbs. 4 to 12 years old. Adams will be at OREGON, SATURDAY. JAN. 24th If you have a good one, don't (ail to give me a look. The better they are the easier you can sell them to me. There is no market (or the leggy, thin, plain or pluggy kind. PAT and QUALITY Is what I am alter I want some Blocky, Thick-made Mules. 4 to 8 years old. All Stock Must Be Fat and Broke. FRANK ADAMS ATTENTION! COMRADES. Members of Meyer Post, (1. A. It., will remember their next regular meeting will bo held Saturday, Janu ary 24, 1014, at the home or the adjutant, at 2 p. m. Let there be a full attendance, as the annual elec tion of oftleeri will be held on that date. U. V. Hoboan, Commander. -Mrs. K. A.Young, of New Mar ket, Mo., who Is In thu Kns.worth hos pital, St. Joseph, where she recently underwent an operation, U getting along nicely. She Is a daughter of George Iteeves and wife, residing Just southwest of Oregon. Mr. Beeves, accompanied by his son, John, and daughter, Mrs. Ora Walker, were down to see her, Friday of lut week. Pbonw, Oia 81, Mutual . all always giaa to see you.