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S HURRY OUT SALE START HOUSEKEEPING HOW For Values That Will Astonish MONDAY , MAY 18th, IS THE 0PEH1HG DAY BANKABLE NOTES ARE GOOD Everything Goes at Prices That Will Set You Crazy 'til You Get Them L. T. KILLAM With the Oregon Furniture Co. Undertaker and Funeral Director Robes, Suits; Caskets, metallic or wood $8 to $1,000 Satisfaction Guaranteed NOTICE THIS STOVE See tlte burner drum, In this Is generated the gas which makes the blue llame. Instead of having Just the small llame from the wick, It lias a llame from the bottom to the lop of the drum, thereby having the lire close to top which makes much moro heat. Also uotlco, no doors to open to light; the wick can be lit any place, when lighted simply move the slide and the drum lowers. This Is a great Improvement. The picture doesn't show the shelf back which we are showing. Don't you think you owe yourself one of these stovesY Call and look them over. G.T.METCALF & CO., Forbes, Mo. "The Store That Sells Cheaper," New Point and Vicinity. Prance Terry spent Sunday with Mjrllu Hinder. - Mary Terry came home Thursday for :i few da)s' visit. (jultu a number attended unices at the Crove last .Sunday night. -Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Meyer came to vMt llalph Meter, Thursday. I - Horn, to Cljdii Smith and wire, a 'l.l.. St.... ' li. all. ml. IIK , ',aj innv.n .Knur In. - licv. T. II. Koberts attended the Minister's meeting In Ongon, Sun day. Prances Terry was on the Mek list, the last of the week, with pleu- rills. Charles fields and family and Leona Crown visited at David Melds', Sunday. Mrs. K. M. Hender went to see her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Kurt., bun day, who is sick. Clias. l'alnter and wife, of Conn ell HlutTs, Iowa, came Saturday to vim nome oiks. KatliErlne Terrv went to Malt land, Monday, to spend the summer. She will sew with Mrs. llessle Venen. Lydla Acton's school closed at Porbes, last Prlday, and she came home Sunday. She will teach at Porbes the coming term. Maude Hardman, Itctta Iloswell and Joe 1'ralswaler were entertained at dinner at the John . Moore home, Sunday. The dinner was given In honor of Maude, as It was her birth day. Nkho. Nickeli's Grove. Mrs. Karnest Kurt, has been quite sick. Edward Puhrman and Tom Derr were In Mound City, Saturday. Anna Fields spent Saturday night anil sunaay wihi nome ioiks, near Porest City. Itev. Solt and Hev. Dlsslnger were visiting In the Grove,' the last of last week. Mrs. Geo. Cummlngs and chil dren, of Forest City, visited at Win Kyle's, last Thursday. The Now Volnt Kndeavorers will meet In Joint sessions Willi our Al liance, Sunday evening. wo extend congratulations to Dolph Kunkol and wife, of Idaho, on the arrival of a little daughter, ltusscl and Kmma Iluntz, of Mound City, visited a row days, last week, with their brother, James and family. Mrs. II. L. Ilershner. Mrs, John Noellsch and Mrs. Karl Stephenson and daughter were In St. Joseph, last Thursday. Mother's Day will be observed Sunday morning. The ladles will have charge of the service. Rev. Dlulnger will preach at 11 o'clock. Everyone Invited. Sue. Monarch. Nellie Lumley went to Porbes, Wednesday. Jap darner was In Nodaway, Wednesday. Georwu Garner hauled corn from Oregon, Saturday. i.ii. urown. oi oregon, was in Nodaway, Sunday. - John Garner and son, ISoy, were In Follies, Saturday. John Patterson had business In Oregon, Wedne-day. liowani .Miuiiigioii ami lie were In Oregon, Wednesday. - nay caiiens ami wue visiien at I. .1. darner's, Sunday, John Garner went to Savannah. on business, Thursday. .iusii i.uncoai ami son, union, were hi Forbes, Saturday. -PA and Ollle Graham visited Oregon, Monday of last week. Josh Chilcoal and wife went to Oregon, one day, last week. .Mrs. i.ee nugues ami son, Ar thur, were In Fillmore, Monday, Sam Hughes visited ills brother, Leo Hughes, one day, this week. Miss Grace Graham, of Fillmore, visited Miss Annls Hughes, Sunday. Hoy Steeby and family visited at John Garner's, Tuesday and Wednes day. There will be preaching Monday night. May 11, by Itev. sweet, at Monarch. Clarence Lilly and wife spent Sunday with their parents, James smith ami lamiiy. j ui in immer mm uuKiiicn. pa tella and Ida, and son, Hoy. visited at iiov bieeuvs. sunaav. Mrs. J. J. Garner returned home Wednesday, after a week's visit with relatives in and around Oregon. Jem Smith, Jr., and wlfo visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jem Smith and family, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. James llrown and Mr. and Mrs. Lester lllack and Henry Carter were In Porbes, Wednesday. Mrs. Lenna Ashworth and chil dren visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jem Smith and family, Thursday. Sunday sclrool was organized at Monarcn, last Minciay, ami mo nour was set for 10 o'clock a. m. Every body invited to attend. J)UNNV-Jlll''Ur. A good steam, 1 '.'horsepower trac tion engine In good condition for sale at a bargain. See mo or call Partners' Thono No. MS. ltov Matiibwh. PHOTOS I For High Grade Photos of the latest style and tone, also for kodak sup plies and finishing go to WEARY The Photographer. N.E.CornerSquare. Oregon.Mo. A jury of a half million has found a verdict in favor of the Ford. More than five hundred thousand Fords sold into world-wide use have earned a reputation for serv iceability and economy un paralleled in the motor car world. Five hundred dollars Is the prlco of the Ford runabout; the touring car Is live llfty; the town car seven fifty f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from Keeves-Cook Auto Company, Oregon, Mo. Farm Bargains No. I. 172 acres, 41 miles northeast of Porest City; six-room house, with pantry and closets and large porch and cistern; barn for ten head or horses. House and barn In good condition. New hog and cattle sheds and corn cribs with well and gas engine. Farm Is fenced and cross fenced. 35 acres In timothy and clover, 15 acres In alfalfa, 80 acres In corn last year; balance In timber, part of the timber land well set In blue grass. See me for price and terms. No. 2. lfiO acres, about 2 miles north of New Point; has a good 5-room house, smoke house and arch cave, also cistern at house; barns and sheds In good condition, with nover falling well at barn. This Is a No. 1 corn and alfalfa farm and should be seen to be appreciated See mo for price. No. :. 12i acres, six miles northeast of Porest City, Mo. Improvements are as follows: Pair six-room house, smoke liouso and cistern at houso, a shed barn, crib In barn for about 700 bushels of corn, and other out buildings and a good set of scales, good well at barn, plenty of fruit for home use, 15 acres of pasturo, 0 acres of timber pasture, 60 acres of alfalfa, balance of place for corn or grain. I have a price on this place that will sell It. If you are looking for a bargain it will nav you to investigate this at once. ' ' Geo'. S. Lukens OREGON, Both 'Phones. MISSOURI.