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I FLYING DUTCHMAN CORN PLANTERS
ff Price $33.00 to $38.50 Tlie Flying Dutchman Planter lias variable drop, ultli edge drop and round hole and drill plates. Yon can plant any way you want to with the Flying Dutchman. SI'KCIAIi I'HK'KS on Com Drills, Cultivators, (iani; l'lows, Meters anil Harrows Tin work: and ptitnp work at tended to promptly. Wu solicit your trade. T. L. PRICE, Hardware WEST SIDE SQUARE. . . OREGON. MO. Farms, Surburban and Town Property i No. 1 OL'Il SI'KCIALt-Contlsta of .17 acres, I mile north of the Oregon Interurban depot. Land Is not only rich, hut lays well. It Is fenced Into ten-acre lots, besides the truck patches. There Is II acres of blue grass, wllhscallcringtlmber: Hacresof alfalfa: Id acres of timothy and clover: balance corn land. Plenty of fruit of nearly all kinds for a family. Has two never falling' wells and one cistern: live-room frame dwelling: two porches wltli cement Hour: smoke house; :i hen houses: u hog houses, with concrete feeding floors: barn 24x:is hay shed ltx'.'li two orn cribs; two granaries. All buildings are In splendid repair, with good roofs. Here Is a Hue opportunity for the man that wants to iiilt the big farm, but does not want to move Into town. Here he has school facilities, churches and shipping point. The buildings being In line repair, as well as the fencing, and the land In a high statu of cultivation, The purchase price Is all you have to Invest. If you want to be llrst jou had better tee us. No. 2 consists of mi acres of splendid bottom land, three-fourths of which Is made soli, and at least II acres being put In cultivation for the llrst time this spring. No Improvements, other than fencing. 1 mllu to Curion shipping stutlou. The price Is right. No. :t Is 0 acres, about I miles northeast of Forbes and :ll miles from Nodaway. Never falling water. Small house: stable for 4 horses and corn crib. At least ;n acres good llllublu land ami W will buy It. Ilxceptl'jnal terms. No. I consists of d acres of very line land, nearly all under fence; about acres timber, .1 acres alfalfa, I acres timothy andclouT. An orclurd of wi tipple trees Ju-1 getting Into prime. New frame house, with four rooms, pantry, closut ami porches. Frame barn. 20x.: smoke house, lien house, hog sheds, All buildings built In 1M.I or lull, onlv three-fourths mile from a good io. mi of laud people. A splendid home. See us fur price. No. .'. Store building, with one-half acre of land: two-story building, with two rooms, 2."ixl2: addition, Hixl2. Ilaru, witli room for six horses, In small town, live miles from Oregon; two churches and blacksmith shop. A good proposition for some one, with small capital to build up paying cash ami produce business, No. il SO acres tine land In tine neighborhood at $K0 per acre. No. 7 House of ii rooms, ) block of square, on street to depot; new hard wood doors, and In good repair. No. Two line homes In Glen Kcho addition to Oregon. No. II Also two splendid homes In Highland addition. No. 10 Dwelling with six rooms, on two line level lots, one covered with fn.lt; fronting on so foot street. Ilemember we are In the market for 5 per cent farm loans at all times. We write tire, wind, stock and life Insurance. Courteous attention and prompt service. Call and see us. West Side of Square. I I BENTON & KEOWN Dust Unto Dust. John Jackson, formerly of the Lonesome district, died at his home In the Suuaw Creek settlement on Monday, April 27th, 1914, at the age of 43 years. He Is survived by his wife, three sons and a daughter. Our sympathy goes out to Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, of Napier, by the death of their two year old (laughter, Gladys, which occurred April '.'I, lull, from pneumonia. Funeral services were conducted by Hev. Ilrewstcr, of Craig, and the little one was laid to rest In the tlojd cemetery. Isaac N. Naumati died at Ids home In Siiaw Creek, Tuesday, April -1 1 1 , hill, aged 3" years. His wife, who survives him, was Miss llcssle, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Lawrence, of t'nlon township, to whom he was married in Hi. .Mid who with a son and daughter survive him. The fu neral services were held at New Lib erty, where he spent his early lite, and were conducted by Uev. Ilrews- ter, the Interment being In the beau tiful New Liberty cemetery. IIenry:i). Chesney. a native of Holt county, died at Falls City, Nebr., Friday, April '.'I, mil, In the ;i'.th year of his age. Ills d.-ulli was sud den and Uliexptcted, caused by hem orrhage of the lungs. He was born In Forest City, Mo., November '."J, l7, and was a son of the late I'rate ('lies ney. He was united In marriage to Ida Kinder, of Forest City, .Novem ber 1'", Imi7, who with four sons and three daughters survive. He Is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. David Stxllard.lof Forest City, and Mrs, Grace Stone.of llatuiueltc, Texas; and three brothers, Sam and l.ih.of Hubs town, Texas, and Tjler, residing near Forest City, Mo. The liody was brought to this place and laid to rest In the faintly lot In the Oregon cem etery, Itev. Smallwood, of Forest City, holding a brief service at the grave. Charles II. Promt was born in Holt county, Missouri, July 17, ISO. He was united In marriage to Miss Clara Wilson, April 2S, llsil, In Fillmore, Mo. Chloe, the only child, was born March 22, llsKI. A little less than two years ago Mr. I'roilll moved with Ids family to Highland, where he re sided until the lime of his death, April 20, lull. For the past year his health has not been good, though not until a few weeks ago did he become bedfast. Just two weeks before his death lie was taken to the hospital In St. Joseph. Through all those days as he lay In a critical condition the faithful wife was his nurse ami ad ministered to hhn with the tender devotion born of the years of loving companionship. Last Monday eve ning he was brought homu III an automobile, not being able to travel by railway. It was six o'clock when he arrived and then his great hope that he might once more greet his little daughter was realized. Hut strength was passing swiftly ami at li:.'S.i o'clock he passed peacefully away. The shades of many griefs passed over the life of this man in recent years. Three sisters were called from this world ami then within thu space of three years father and mother followed. He Is survived by three brothers and one sister. The above obltuarywasreadbyltev.il. I! Orr at the funeral services conducted at thu M. K. church Wednesday fore noon, 22d Inst. Ilurlal was In the Highland cemetery. Highland, Kas.) Vldette, April 2.1, lull. I .J Big Type Poland-China Boars and Gilts Win. Itnutock. out) mile oitHt of Oregon, linn for wilo now 1 1 lnat n f Mnmhnwl ' of April third furrow Bonn, that .iih fnim i."5 pounds to 1275 pounds, nnd nlso six brothors f Mnv 'Jiit.li farrow to thu four fall yearlitiKH, ho sold to Noollsch. Curtis Wliitmer, Oppunlandor and holimaun. Also onoof my Uncorded I lord Hoars, a great breeder. Mr. llostouk guarantees uvery hog a breeder, if not let run with sows until all are safo in pig. Ho will also sell about 20 Gilts, bred or open. Petor Mouw's breeding of Orange City, Iowa, is in twolvo or tun aDovo pigs. YOU GET HREAD THAT IS BREAD when you use GOLl)i,N SHEA V FLOUR, You m ay use half the sack and If not entirely satisfac tory; return the balance anS 1 will re fund the money. A coupon In every 28?, aw tfiem-Uwf or tn money to you. C. w. kiku. Order Plant. The Chrysanthemum Society will now take your orders for plants of any kind. Leave your order with any of the members, or call Mrs. Levi Scliulte, Mrs. Sam. Davidson. Don't delay, please. Sunday School Convention. Program of the Hickory Township Sunday School Convention to be held at the U. 11. church, Sunday, May 17 FOHKNOON 11 SoriL' service. Devotional exercise Led by Nellie Smith. Soul' (11 Question. "Counter Attractions. Their Kttect on the Sunday School, and How It May ueUvercome" w.n. hiniin, urace uayuurn, Mrs. r.. J. Crlder. Ilec tatlon Ml dred Crlder (21 Ouoslion."Thel,ower of Example In the Sunday School" Jas. Weight- man.Ueo.r ralswater ktid W.A.Meyer. song Dismissal for basket dinner. AKTKHNOON HEHHION 2:20Sonir service Devotional Led by Harold llodgln Knnir bv II. II. bovs Heading of minutes of last meeting ( I Question. " Hie rower or hocia Kvl s Against the Sunday School". Arthur Callow, Rev. II. T. McGre and Rev. T. I). Roberts. Reel tat Ion Ruth l'ralswatcr (41 Question. "WhvShould I Attend Sunday School?" J. I'utcrs, Shannon iiarnman, .Mrs. uco. uoucks ami .'irs, II. I' I'ralswater Song Gladys Render and Irene Acton l.'i) Question. "Is Anv One Member of the Sunday School More Respon sible for the Success. of the Sunday School Than Any Other if So, wny" K. W. Smith, A. O. Williams, 10. K, Davis Ih-cltatlnn Tna lint kin (II) Question, "Is Sunday School Work a Man's Job?" Mrs. W. II Smith, Mrs. Geo. I'ralswater, Mrs. A O Williams. Mrs. Lnla. Wualner Address by County President, Mr, Lacey Dismissal Jons Pctkbs. M. Praibwatxr, President. Corresponding Secretary. Big Commencement Program. This Is the time of tear both loved and dreaded by scholars, for while anticipating vacation and fishing time they must also anticipate exam ination time. We have 25 candidates for graduation in High school, the second largest class In the history of the school. This class has some of the most brilliant members In It of any class In the long and excellent history of the High school from the days when It was the Northwest Nor mal school. The Ladles' I'nlon urged the sub- planting of our old soft maples by hardwood shade trees, and Mrs. .1. T. Thatcher took charge of the Arbor lay exercises. Wu added some 2i tine trees to the grounds; the students of the rooms and classes bearing the xpenes. Our nurse) man, Mr. Geo. Murray, furnished Ivy fjr our build ing. Willi that planted last ear under the supervision of our then Agriculture teacher, Mrs. Ilayhill, we will soon have a most lieautlfiil build' lug during t lie summer months. We appreciate the club's Interest in the school. The way to make a great school Is to gel the ladles' clubs to boosting It. One woman can help a school more than a doen men can when she tries, and vice versa. Miss Ina llotkln Is training a line play, full of huinor,and with a lesson: The New Lady Nauleck. ' Hid you ever hear ItV All our grade teachers are planning for a big program, Tues- lay, May in Drills, cantatas, play lets, songs and pantomimes, There will be no public presentation of grade diplomas. on will enjoy Hon. Granville Jones' great lecture on "Feeding on Husks." Are you feeding your chil dren on husksY Jones will tell you about it. He Is a great humorist, but has a serious streak. Perhaps no bigger opportunity has come your way than to hear bishop W. O. Shepard this coming Sunday, May 10. He gives the baccalaureate address to the twenty-live graduates. Come early as room must be saved In the centre row for the parents of the graduates. A portion of the'ceiilral rows will be ribboned oil, and unless the ushers take you there, please oc cupy the other seals. We will have all the chairs In the aisles the laws of Missouri will allow. We wish we had a larger place to hold this ser vice, because lllshop Shepard Is per' haps the most brilliant of the M. K ciiurcii nisiiops, aim mere win ue a rush for seats. '1 his Is the llrst op portunity we have ever had for a bishop to deliver our baccalaureate address. You are Invited to come and enjoy this lecture. K. J. 1'ou i:i.t. BERT G. PIERCE. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. k nrtli-e in il.rMimreirtili i i 'i. in. tu 12 p. in. t.ib p. in. Id Phones, Old HI, Mutual 43, News From Crnig. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ward motored toTarklo.Stin.lay to visit with Hie parents of Mrs. Ward, Al. Angel and wife. The valuable stallion owned by I'nclu Juhii Wilson touk suddenly III and died on Tuesday last. The hurse was Standard bred Morgan strain and was wortli considerable money. . C. M. Gullllams and daughter, Mollle, were In Iowa I'ulut, Kas,, Monday, on a pleasant visit with Mr. Gullllams' brother, Taylor Gullllams, a well-to-do farmer of that place. -0. W. Anlbal left Monday for Se- dalla as the representative of the Woodmen Camps f Holt County In the State Encampment, which con vened In that city Wednesday, the nth. A large delegation of the ladies belonging to the Royal Neighbor Camp In Craig attended the school of Instruction given at Fairfax, Friday. They all report a "royal neighborly" time. -Chester Watklns, of Eldon, Mo. J Dined his family here Tuesday of last week for a threeweeks' vacation the llrst lie has had since going to that place. Chester likes his new home and says that Eldon Is a live little city. -T. R. Rums Is In Kansas City, this. week, taking the, examinations before the State Hoard of Licensed Embalmers. Mr. Rums Intends to give more attention to the undertak ing business In Craig than lias ever been done by others In the past. Henry Slunkle passed to thegreat boyond Saturday morning. The fit neral was conducted at thu Evangel) cal Lutheran (St. Peter's) church, Monday morning. Interment at tho Corning cemetery. Mr. Stunklo was1 born In Germany 80 years ago. He came to Holt county In 1880. Mrs. Ora Scrivener and daughter, Miss Ethel, are In New Market, la., at the bedside of Mrs, Scrivener's nephew, who was for awhile near death's door, but Is now much Im proved. We are not Informed as to WANTED! Anybody having: any butcher stuff to sell, call me up and I will come and see your stuff. People who have cracker cans should be careful to return them, as every can we send out costs us 50c. No matter what shape these cans are in return them any way. This request is not for customers that return their cans, but for those that do not. Bring me your produce-Eggs, Bacon and Produce of all kinds, and re ceive the Highest Market Price. Yours for More Business All tho Time. Harvey Evans. tho time when they will return, but not until the sick relative Is out of danger. Word was received here Saturday I that Roy Furnish died In Fairfax that morning of erysipelas. Mr, Furnish, It will bo remembered, was a few years ago one of Craig's esteemed citi zens, and was at that time engaged In the Jewelry business. Wo are unable to learn when or where the funeral services were held, Tho death toll lias been exceed ingly heavy for Craig and her con tributing territory. John K, Jackson was called to his Maker, tho 2,th of last month, and the day following Newton Nauman received the sum mons. Roth these good men will be missed by all who knew them. Their funerals were held in the New Liber ty church and Interment In tho ceme tery in the yard around tho church. GOOII-KNOUUII, J. C. WIHTMER, ZDEHSTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side f Squire, Both Phones. Stop Torture 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 jet 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 $20 for cheaply Improved farms. Make two kinds of crops on same land In one year. No. ". II. 12il acres sandy loam land, clay foundation, one fourth mile from Harlow, good school, all good laud but no Improvements, and a dandv building place. This will make some one an Ideal home. I'rlce, tll.uo per acre. No. il, II. ;i2i) acres, sandy loam land. "i acres clear and 100 acres under wire fence, two houses and one barn, good well and springs, mi acres level, balance rolling, (in public road two miles from school, 21 miles from lgletlo and one-half mile from railroad. I'rlce, I'.mm per acre. No. in, II. mi acres of level dark sandy loam, clay founda tion, .'li l acres clear and fenced, house and barn and good spring, balance In cut-over I hnlier, on public road, six miles from lleardcn. I'rlce, t"..Vi per acre. No. 17. II. 1.1 acres, about half rid gravelly clay land, slightly rolling, balance In bottom and secmid bottom with some good timber, acres clear and fenced with nice orchard, l-room house, barn, cribs, etc., on public road, l inlh-s fiiiin Mlllvllle, a town of aUmt nun, with good churches anil good twelve grade school. Price. l(l mi per acre. No. IS II. .'112 acres sandy loam land, about three acres In cultivation, balance cut-over land, "'J i acres level, balance roll ing, 21 miles from Kaglclte. I'rlce, ,vi per acre. No. '.'il. II. r.'iKi acres, hatdwood timber laud, two miles from lleardeu, two good creeks running through It. about ii acres uf boltum land. alMiut urn acre- of second iKittom, all abue uverllow. balance red gravell) clay, timber, mak, hlckorv, gum and cypressi Is tsihiialed at u.ihiu.iiihi and about ;i,inni.ihhi of beech. I'rlce, 2U,inki.ii, No 22 II. 121 acres of nil gravelly clay, slightly rolling: mi acres In cultivation, with good wire fence: i rouiii house, cheap barn, guud well, til acres In timber, six miles from Hamp ton on the C.tiiiden and Hampton mad. twiimll,-s from Wcml In'rry. one half mile froiu giKxl eight mouths schuol. I'rlce, Tjlmm Willi timber or tisi.ii without tlmhtr. No. 21. It. 2iis acres red grandly clay laud just rolling enough to drain well. Joining Holly Springs, aimiu s.-, :I(.,,.H M cult Ival Inn. im acres under wire fence, cheap house and barn, small orchard, good well and mi except louali) Hue spring. Thl Is one of thu best farms in the country. I'rlce, tI"..'iO per acie. No. 2"i. II. .". acres of red gravelly cl.iv land. Just rolling enough tu drain well, 2.rt acres in culilvailim, all under gisxl wire fence, one good house, a good barn ami two cheap dwell ings, about I.", acres In good Heriutid.i pasturace with good live running water the jear round, small urch.tid, good well. This Is one of the best farms In Southern Arkansas and Is In an ex cellent location Joining Holly Springs. No. I'll. II. 120 acres, black alluvial land. miles from lleardeu, about " acres clear, one cheap house, a barn, about onclmllo of new wire fence, small orchard, all level laud, one of the best stock propositions In Arkansas. Price, tl2 .VI per acre. Call on me for Booklet. F. L. ZELLER, OREGON, : . MISSOURI. Lle stop hens Uytnf tnd chtck tliaifruwlhof younr Unit, You can MillyrttrUof all lice, roiueanJ vtrmln with Powdered Ucc Killer 5tf anj $oa mM lui mony, A1m th tt lnwU ciila for doge, rate, plant ami flowers. RefuauUtltutvi lntliton Pratt a Satisfaction Cuarant! or Money Dack Cft VotU ICQ wiv W(rv Uvok Hold uiiU tfuuruittrt'il hy MiMiri' A. Kn-i'k, pratts LANDS I have some very lino farms for salet ones that will hear inspection, and the prices are right, too. When you want anything In the lino herein stated, 1 most respectfully ask you to see me. A. VanBuskirk I keep a complete stock of DeLa val Separator Repairs. D. M. Mabtim, 3 Wirt-.