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r NEW CENTURY CULTIVATORS Prico $28.60 Cultivators from 1(1 imtn&.'viV) litttli toiiKHiwmil tomriii'li'f.-. The New (Vutiiry Riliiiii'i' Initii" is tin' easiest to liiitnlli' of tiny other rilling ciiltivator derrick llcfrlocrators SIC.00 to S38.00 SUAUiCli GOODS Wire Cloth, IceCrcam I"rfe.t'r. Ituhbcr Ilov. (.inlun Took Tin work ami pump workalU'mh'dto promptly. T. L. PRICE, Hardware WEST SIDE SQUARE. . . OREGON, MO. I Town Property No. 1 OUIt SI'i:CIAL:-Conslsts ot .17 acre, 1 mile north of tlio Oregon Interurlun depot. I.aml Is not only rich, hut lay well. ll it lenccti into ten-acre ion, oesiiies ine irucn paicues. mere Is ll acres of blue grass, ulthscalterlng Umber: il acres of alfalfa: thy ami clover: balatici' corn lanil. I 'lent y of fruit of nearly all kinds for a family. His two never falling' I I well and one cisterns live-room frame dwelling: two porches v itn cement noor: smoke nouse: .i urn nouses: o nog nouses, with concrete feeding lloors; harir.'lx.'lii hay shed 11x21; two "orn crlhs: two granaries. All buildings are ft i splendid repair, with good roofs. Here Is a line opportunity for thu man Unit wants to null the big farm, hut dots not want to move Into town. Here hu has school faclllllts, churches and shipping point. The buildings belti In tine repair, as vs ell as the fenrlng, and 1 1 io land In a high state of cultivation. The purchase price Is all you have to Invest. If you want tu he first you had belter see us. No. J consist of hi acres of splendid hollnm land, three-fourths of which Is made soil, and at least 4.1 acres being put In cultivation for the llrsl time this spring. No Improvements, other than fencing. I mile to Cur.on shipping station. The price Is right. No. .1 Is mi acres, about I miles northeast of forties and :i miles from Nodaway. Never falling water. Small house; siabln for 4 horses ami corn crib. At least 70 acres good tillable land and till will buy It. Kxccplloiial terms. No. 4 consists of ."1 acres of very tine laud, nearly nil under fence; about il acres timber, :i acres alfalfa, I acres timothy and clover. An orclitrd of imi apule trees, Just gutting into prime. New frame houe. with four rooms, pantry, closet and porches. Frame barn, Jox.'li: smoke house, ben house, hog sheds. All buildings hutli In llii:ior lull. (Inlv three-fourths mile from a good ton ii of IJtW people. A splendid home. .See us for price. No. : Store building, with one-half acre of land: two-story building, wlili two rooms, 2.1x12; addition, 111x12. Ham, with room for six horses. In small town, live miles from Oregon; two churches ami blacksmith shop. A good proposition fur some one, with small capital to build up paying cash and product) business. No. il si) acres line land In line neighborhood at tlno per acre. No. 7 House of il rooms, ) block of squire, on street to depot; new hard wood Hours, and In good repair. No. B Two line homes In Glen Kcho addition to Oregon. No. I) Also two splendid homes In Highland addition. No. 10 Iiwelllng with six rooms, on two line level lots, one covered with fruit; fronting on bO foot street. Hemember we are in the market for .1 per cent farm loans at all times. We write lire, wind, stock and life Insurance. Courteous attention and prompt service. Call and see us. West Side of Square. I BENTON & KEOWN 7l JL' dJL AllOj OU1 UU1 MtXIL C111U. I I I I I I .j M. E. Church Notes. Our third quarterly meeting occa sion will occur next Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. Chaso will be In charge, and preach Sunday morning at tl o'clock, and again at :i In the af ternoon. The public Is cordially In vited to attend. We hail llsi In the Sunday fchool at Oregon and .'III at the I'ulp appoint ment last Sunday. This Is the llnest record of thu )ear, and will bring the average up to near thu Kid mark for thu year this far. We are Just begin nlug to get In thu Sunday school work where uu ought to have been longago. We expect to rale thu standard next Sunday, ami each siccieillng Siiml.i) for I lie balance of Hie year. IIMiop W. O. Shepild, of Kansas City, was a guest at the parsonage over Sunday, lie pleached two great sermons at the chinch Sunday. His coming will long hu remembered by all who cattic hi touch wild hint. 'I In- pastor took him lo Napier, Motnliv morning, where he hurried on to oth er pris-ing duties. We loiinil lilm a most congenial brother to have The following program will hu ren dered at our cliiirch next miihi.ii nlghl In ncogiililnii of thu '.'.Mb anni versary of lliu Kpworlh League: I'lami Selection Florence l.ukens. I Thu I Irst ISalui- Anna King. Soiig-Cong'rcgalluii. I'ra)er Pastor. lleponlve Heading. Announcements ami ottering. Song--Congregation. Iliidlal Ion -Nell Castle. Violin Solo-MI-s Scoll. l!i-poiisve Iteaillug. Vocal Solo-Carrie Seemau. Valedictory Kathcrlnu King. Solo- Mrs. Ilrldgeman. Salutatlon-tieiicileve I'roud. Song Congregation. Hxcrcise Mrs. Hilton's class. Song Congregation. Itecltatlon-Oeo. Polly. Heading Miss Irene lilllon and Miss Mabel Hush. Song. Heading Miss Nell Itamsay. Song "The Fight Is On." Ilenedlctlon. around, lie fell In love with our town ami community. Another mid year change occurred In thu conference last week, when llev. i:. I. Heed, of llrooMleld, was transferred to Ihe St. Louis confer ence, and tu one of Ihe churches In St. I.uiils. A llev. Mr. tlejer comes from thu SI Louis conference In ex. change ami becomes pasior at llrook lleld. Till'. I'.lSllllt. Presbyterians at Napier. A Presbyterian church organiza tion was effected at Napier, Monday, May 4th, with nineteen members, but all weru nut present who are entitled to charter membership. Those at tending to conduct the organl.atlon were the Hev. F. I'. Ilrowster, W. L, HIITe, Charles McCaudlish and S. K. .ludy, uf Craig; the Hev. T. A. Clag ett, of Oregon; W. M. Hamsher ami Mr. Ferguson, uf Mound City. This Is thu llrsl organization of a l'resh)tcrlan church at Napier to hu ellected during all the years since the llrsl settlements In that vicinity. The hope and Intention Is to htilld a church house at Napier in lime for dedication and use before cold weather. Thu following list Includes all en titled to Join the church as charier members, though as stated all weru not present at thu organization: The Mesdames Fields, KlmerSwope. C. K. Hosllng, George Mann, Alfred Noland, K. Scott, C. W. Aylor, T. llucklcs, Hoy llyder, John Scott, -I. II. Morgan, May lllsby, Will Wake, F.lla Gordon, K.ra Martin; the Missus Fay lloyd, Alice Wilson, Virginia Morgan, Frances Morgan, Ileatrlce Duckies, Cella Mann, May Dean; and Messrs. C. K. Hosllng, Hoy llyder, J. li. Morgan, William Dean, E.ra Mar tln.Crlg Leader, May 8th. 1U14. Big Type Poland-China Boars and Gilts Wm. HoHtock, olio mile eiiHt of Oregon, Iiuh for nale now 11 Inst of Mnrohawl 3 of April third farrow Hoars, that weigh from 225 pounds to 275 poundH, nnrt nlso six brothers of May 2l)th fnrrow to tho four fnll yearlingfl, ho Bold to Messrs. John NoellBoli, Curtis whitmer, Opnonlnndor and HolTnmnn. Also oua of my Recordod Herd Boars, a great breeder. Mr. Rostock giinranteea every hog a breeder, If not let run with sows until all are safe in pig. Ho will also sell about 20 Gilts, bred or open. Peter Mouw's breeding of Orange City, Iowa, is in twelve of tho above pigs. Auto Livery We are now equipped for Livery service. Auto AUTO SALES CO. Call Home I'hone, 07; Mutual 81. A good steam, 12-horsepower trac tion engine In good condition for sale at a bargain. See me or call Farmers' Phone Ho. 628. Boy Mathews. I keep a complete stock of Do La val Separator Itepalrs. D. M. Mautin. YOU GET BREAD TIIAT IS BREAD when vou use GOLDEN SHEAF FLOUR. You may use half me aacK ana ir not entirely sausiac tory, return the balance ana I will re fund the money. A coupon In evert sack, save them they are wortf money to you. C. W. KING. O. H.S.Wins Attain. The Oregon High school nlnu took Forest City Into camp last Friday afternoon, May sth, at Chautauqua park by the tune of in to in. Thu game was featured by heavy hitting ami ragged lidding. Campbell started the game for the visitors and got away well atler that dreadful first, until the sixth when Manager Krauss sent In his Mar t wirier, l.audeis, Thu latter pllchid good hall, hut his support was pior. Illmle, Sherman and Markt st aired for tin locals, wlille Acton. Teare ami ltaUcrslarrt.il for the visitors. A sI'.KN fllllM Till", nr.vn A largo ero.td wltneed thu game. Thu O. II. S. lads departed jester dy morning 'Thursday i for a three game trip, consist lug of games with Central High school. Si . Joseph: Kid der In-lllute, Kidder, Mo . ami Cain eroti High scbool. Tabulated score 'd Must- games next week. 'I'lie local leaui has Improved ilfly per cent since thu opening nf the smisiim. An Ideal diy for a hall game. Why imi a U-tler gamev Hindu, our llrt v.icker. handled eleven chances without a b.ihlile. Ills stick work was great . getting tui two baggers out of four llmesiip, Markt cttuu In from thu out Held and cavorted around second In llitr gess' place, who was out of thu game liecausi! of Injuries, Markt played a magnlllcelit game, both In thu Held Hid :il hat. II. (' II Craig Dcfcnts Lnkc Parks. rt-l ,1 IO !M't lllll'l CliAtn. Mu . May I:' Tliefa.t Lake I'arks. of St. J.iepii weru defeated here lat Sunday In thu opening game by thu low score of l-O. Fortheopell lug game this was a "pippin." regu lar mid season game. At times both teams had men as far as third, hut the opposing men would tighten up and have thu side out In a J Illy by the strike-out route or some fast tleldlng. For the entire game Johnny Odell pitched a superb arllcluof ball, allow ing but three scattered lilts. Illley for the I'arks, also pitched masterly hall, giving Craig six safeties. While six errors weru chalked against the Laku I'arks they were not of the criti cal order, as most of them came when they weren't costly. Craig made their only run In the fatal ninth, when Odell gets llrsl and second oil' May's wild heave to llrst: and scores on T. Stickler's hit to right Held. It was a pruttygame from Ihe spec tutors standpoint. In addition tu the splendid work of pitchers, Hall, Swan, Craig and Maxwell contributed some sparkling catches. Hall ami Swan saved runs being mule several times by their catchers. The Craig hoys will play the fast Falls City, Neb., team here next Sunday. score by Innings: 1 '.' .1 I ." in s tl Total Lake I'arks ,.u u il u il 0 il il il .. il Craig il o il il il il n n 1 I llatterles: Lake I'arks, 111 ev and 'Irkle; Craig, Odell and Maxwell. -I. II. It. Tip Tops Defeat Forest City. Thn fast Tip Tops, of SI. Joseph, defeated Forest Oly, Sunday lasl.on thu latler's ground-, hy the top score of 7 '.'. Iluth teams played snappy bill till the eighth, Ihe scoru being ,1 J, favor ing thu Tip Tops, and then Forest City blew, letting In four scores, (Jehrs ami landers for their respec tive clubs pitched good hall. The score hy Inning: I -' .1 I .. il 7 S 0 It Tip Tops ... I I II I il il il I II 7 s ; roresi i;uy .u - u o u n u u u . io ,i naileries: i orei i nv i, aimers and lllrmhigham. Tip Tops lielirs ami Smith. J. C. WHITMER, DBUTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. That Circus Girl. A splendid audlenco greeted " llecky . the Circus Girl," a charming comedy at the ltoyal theatre, Friday evening of last week, Tho talent was local and came from Mound City. There were no drones In the company, and each one In tho cast filled their part with much credit, and keen concep' Hon of the character they assumed. Hot was thcro any ovor-dolngof parts, usually characteristic of amateurs, With dramatic schooling there Is much In store for Miss Juanlta Had dan, who sustained the leading role she Is a bright, sparkling commcd lene, and put that life In the charac ter, that won her audience. The play throughout was well presented, and they certainly have reason to congratulate themselves on thesplen did manner In which they presented their play. Our people were well pleased. WANTED! Anybody having any butcher stuff to soli, 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 wo send out costs us 50c. No matter what shape those cans aro in return them any way. This request is not for customers that return their cans, but for those that do not. Brincj me your produce-Egos, Bacon and Produce of all kinds, and re ceive the Highest Market Price. Yours for Moro Business All tho Time. Harvey Evans. ftERT 6. PIERCE, DENTIST, OregoMio. s Office in the Mnnre n'ldi runs. ui.iolSui. p. a. vo p. m. Phones, Old SI, Mutual 43. Violated Bulk Sales Law. John K. Wilson, who ran tho Crys tal Cafe from December 1 to Febru ary 1 last, came over Saturday from Nebraska to visit his father, Andy Wilson, west of town, for a few days The sherlll's oillco was so Informed and deputy sherllf came tip Sunday and arrested him on an Indictment returned to February term of circuit court on a charge of violating the bulk sales law. Ho was taken to the county Jail at Oregon, where he will await to be tried at the coming term of circuit court to be opened Monday, May 18th. It seems that he turned the cafe back to J. J. Flanagan, February l,and failed to pay the bills to the wholesale houses which he had Incurred during his administration as manager of the Crystal Cafe. Corn Ing Mirror. Mav 8th, 1U14. Order Plants, The Chrysanthemum Socletv will now take your orders for plants of any kind. Leave your orders with any of the members, or call Mrs. Levi Schulte. Mrs. Sam. Davidson, delay, please. Don't Arkansas Lands. Arkansas, the state of opportunities. Don't you want to own a piece of land that will make a (jood 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 $20 for cheaply Improved farms. Make two kinds of crops on samp land In one year. No. ". II. I'Jii acres sandy loam land, clay foundation, one fourth mile from Harlow, good school, all good land hut no Improvements, and a dandy building place. This will make some one an ideal home. Price, til. no per acre. No. il. II. ;IM acres, sandy loam land. 7.1 acres clear and 100 acres under "Ire fence, two houses ami one barn, good well and springs, mi acres level, balance rolling, on public road two miles from school, '.'! miles from foglette and one-half mllu from railroad. 1'rlce, V.i.uo per acie. No, in. II, ii acres of leel dark sandy loam, clay founda tion, .'in acres clear and fenced, house ami barn and good spring, balance In cut-over Umber, on public road, six miles from llearden. 1'rlce, T..VI per acre. No. 17. II. 171 acres, about half red gravelly clay land, slightly rolling, balance In iMiltom and second bottom with some good timber, .'it acres clear and fenced with nice orchard, hrouiu house, barn, cribs, etc., on public road, ll miles from Mlllvllle, a town of almut lion, with good churches and good twelve grade school. 1'rlce. till mi per acre. No. Is II, :il'J acres sandv loam laud, about three acres In cultivation, balance cut-over land, 1Y.ii acres level, balance roll ing, '-'I tulles from Kaglette. 1'rlce, is : jut acre. No. '.'il. II. h.'i acres, hardwood timber laud, two miles from llearih'ii, imiikoihI creeks running through It. about list acres of hoi loin land, iilniiit wm acres uf second Imltniii, all uboo oerlluw, h.ilaucii led graved) clay, timber, (oak, hickory, gum and c press) Is estimated al U.iniu.ishi and about .'S,i,oot of beech. 1'rlce, tLH.isi.iiu. No '.'.'. II. I Jl acres of red gravelly clay, slightly rolling; in acres In cultivation, with good wire fence: ,1 room house, cheap ham, good well, liiacns In timber, six miles from Hamp ton on Ihe ('umili'ii and Hampton road, two miles from Wood. Iierry, one half mllu from good eight month-, school, 1'rlce, tJlimiHi with thiihi-r or TltsNi.ihi Mltliout Umber. No. Jl. II. JiH acres red gravelly clay land Just rolling enough lo drain well, joining Holly Springs, alwut acies In cull I vat Ion, Iiki acres under wire fence, cheap house ami hirn, small orchard, uimhI ,. ami an exceptionally linn spring. This is iinu of tho best farms In tho country. 1'rlce, til. So per acre. No. J.I. II. J'.is acres of red gravelly cl.tv laud, Just rolling enough to drain well. J.H acres in cultivation, all under good wire fence, one good huiic. a good barn and two cheap dwell ings, about 1,1 acres In good llermiida pasturau'e with good llvu running water thu )ear round, small orchard, good well. This Is one uf the best farms in Southern Arkansas and Is In an ex cellent location Joining Holly Springs. No, Jii. II, I JO acres, black alluvial land, ,1 miles from llearden, about :iu acres clear, one cheap house, a barn, aliout oni'lmllo of new wire fence, small orchard, all level land, one of the best stock propositions In Arkansas. 1'rlce, tlJ .V) per acre. Call on me for Booklet, F. L. ZELLER, OREGON, : . MISSOURI. mmmmmmmmmmmmmam Farm Bargains No. 1. 17J acres, 41 miles northeast of Forest City; six-room house, with pantry and closets and large porch and cistern; barn for ten head of horses. House and barn In good condition. New hog and cattle sheds and corn cribs with weM and gas engine. Farm Is fenced and cross fenced. 35 acres In timothy and clover, 15 acres In alfalfa, bO acres In corn last year; balance In timber, part of the timber land well set In blue grass. See mo for price and terms. No. 2. IflO acres, about 2 miles north of New Point; has a good 5-room bouse, smoko houso and arch cavo, also cistern at house; barns and sheds In good condition, with never 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. 3. 129 acres, six miles northeast of Forest City, Mo. Improvements are as follows: Fair six-room house, smoke house and cistern at house, 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 ot fruit for home use, 15 acres of pasture, 0 acres of timber pasture, 50 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 pay you to Investigate this at once. Geo. S. Lukens OREGON, Both 'Phonei. MISSOURI.