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News from Bigelow a Craig a visit Olii you banquet. Kventually yes, Nappy. , W. M. liorchers was a St. Joseph p9enKCf, last Sunday. The boy with a smile was In Mminfl f!ltv last SalUrdaV. . - . . ..... . . i i i . .. (i liq 10 near jou arnvcn nuiu,, right aide up.wlth care, Goody. lien MCivee was iransatmiK n M rs C. 0. Catron was a Mound City visitor, Wednesday. Iluasell llalsler was a Cral pas sender, Wednesday mornlui? Mrs. Sepreta Graham was a Mound Oltv visitor, Monday. (. W. Nwefeand Molly Carlton nun f'rllir YlOtrift. last MotlllaV A. K Smilll. wne aim uauniiier, ness In Urali?, one day, last week. i Nellie, wi re In St. Joseph, i ucsdaj -Lewis Armstrong, of St. Joseph, Ira Chimin wa; . look Jr. a ter visited with friends liere, Sunday. business allalrs In St Joseph last -Several of our fatmersbetfatiKath- Tuesday ..,i..i.01i , ,wt, erlnx and crlbblt.tf corn, this week-. -J 0 lllnkleand wlfeenjoje la tsi -Uuy Jones and wife were Mound fry at. the home of T J. Ilrldtftnoii, City visitors, Ust .Saturday evening. UtoUy visitor In St. Joseph, one day, last Irttf separator Wednesday and shipped i. It rn St ..nmt. Mr. Marv 11111 was vUltlnir with I -t) W Adamswas InTsbor, Iowa, relatives In St Joseph, one day.lasl several days the lirst or me wee on w,ek, .cnurcu uusincas. Wonder what's the matter with our road overseer? 'There Is a low place on the roaJ leading west, be tween town and the cross roads, an other on the road leading south, and annilnr where the road lurne west on the south' tide of J. !'. Ilrldirmon's farm. These holes should be nned up hv all means before another rain. If our road overseer has no money to spend to till up these hole and can't Ksl all) one to help him, Wlials tlie Miller Willi raising some inane) ujr nulilli nliTlntlnn. Our merchants and neighbors who use these. roads will no doubt be Klad to donate morally to tlx tin these bad nlacet be fore bad weather sets In, and this I.. If j I'll.. Il.qhflma I WOrK SII0UIU UB UOlie I IKIlb w . "II II I'lUUIKI ............. . ... , ... ,...,.,. ., .. M. Smith last Tuesday. Mrs. VYi M. Selkman was a Forest City visitor, Monday. , O. W. Adams held services In the Christian church last Sunday evening. -Gur Jones shipped a car loal of alfalfa hay to Kansas City, Monday. II. C llatswell snipped a car load of hay to Hamburg the Itrsl of the NVCCKt (julte a number of our sports were out pjssum hunting last Satur day evening and succetded In catch ing iwo. Dick Larrabee and Walter llrad bury are putting up a levy on tlje rratlK tvaixer larm, norm ui iuwii, this week. .Mrs. sara'i liurgc is quite sick ai her home in Mutnm cuy. Hume is so tears old. nr. altKlilllriLf llHF. Miss A utile winning ami miss Anna Dryer were down from Tabor, iowa. last Sunday, visiting at the home or w. W, Adams. loitr Catron, of Arkansaw net if li- borhood, says that mud hens are just Monday, November- I5th is the last discount day. Ll.ht, Water and Power Bills, per statements rendered, if paid on or before the above dale, will be subject to a dis count of 10 per cent. They arc payable either at the office of Superintendent City Ll.ht and Water Plant, or any Bsnk In Orefon or F.orest City, Mo. llonan it other bad pi ice Is the.Courler slough, ,IOK n" west of town. We don't know-how our road overseer Is fixed, but there iinnlil Im omn wav to iret these roads ilxed up some way. Gel your head to working, Mr, Overseer, and .u what can bo done before It s too late. -The Mound City Cotilmunlty club I'rof S. W. Skelton and wife were (ir.orge Courier is building a new M as-Mieyused to be, and that h,ave been doing some mighty good Mnnnii uitv visitors, one uar. lasi parcn un um ..'u - u,.aLl Ed l'reston Aas down from Quit man last Sunday, visiting with home ' W. A. Maler was over In Nebras ka, last week, and bought seven head 'J?Mrs?'ll. II Carlton and Mrs. Geo. Wilson were shopping In St. Joseph, las Saturday. ,,.,. , The lllgelow Grain Co. shipped a car load of wheat to Kansas City, the tlrstof the week. Mrs. Uussell Cotton was here from Forest City, last Saturday, vis iting with relatives. M. A II III . of Fortescue nclghbJr hood, attended W. O W. lodge here, laht Saturday evening. V.. A. Allen and Tom Strlcklerfof Craig, were here, last Saturday, lojk Ing after business affairs. -Mrs. Clara Davis and little daughter, Vera, were Mound City vis itors, one day, last week. Mrs. J. K. lden and daughter, Miss Zepha, were shopping In St. Jo, seph, one day, last week. iruik Hardier), was over from Mound City, visiting with relatives last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lot llrown and Mrs II. M. Spllhnan were shopping In St. Jo seph, one day, last week. Mrs. Karl Hook and son, Johnny, of Napier, were visiting with W. II Atimr ami wife, last Sunday. Mrs. Alice llojd Is here this week from llorton, Kans, visiting at the i.ninn nl tier brother. Coke Jackson. Kitty one scuolars attended the Christian Sunday school last Sunday .nnrnllu'. llll till) Collection Waif I. Oil G. W. l'oynter and family and Aunt Matt. Illnkle visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gresham, last Sunday yrr. untt nf tnun. ....... "v , ..... J,..- Iiert uouieu in.i ne wcioiwii from Maltland. several days, the llrst when h. he : substlfic watiLs a mi'SM he sends oULal u.irk mi Hip mi! lii-twpcn here and c'to gfet them. Mound City, tilling up the numerous Tim ('nrnlnir town basket bal II i.ni In jnnH liann. nil inirni of tin i .i. .. .1 - ,l U., il a.. 1 1 ! . ? .i . . .1 . i . i . the week, visiting with friends. Lnrt played the lllgelow ton teamon L0rk Is not costing the'tax' payers a lalll Allams IS Bil l Blier illfcll.A i..a unntl in,d. 7 n i n ..... n...H.lH.iu,l,.ll i.. iivauint. t',,i rilnn'i terifol. to hand hlllll m.i.. your subscription for the ilnral Week- J Ti j,oti,on'and wife and T. J, ly . . ,.. llrldgmon and family maile up a tlsh C arence Lawrence and family I , n. ,. n iii..Tark. north of town motored down from Oralglast hundayiOIll,rua.. Uie ,lr(ll 0f the week, and "Dollar Day" and spent the day with II M Davis and wife ...... , riir mv Mpnucni a i was uonn from Hamburg, Iowa, several das the llrst of the week, visiting witn iii iifntiir. .innn. Miss Minnie Smith was down from Craig last Saturday and Sunday, visiting with her sister, .urs. t. a M!il..r ami filtnllV ' Frank Lowe, and wife, of Falls f-ltr. Xehr . were vMllni.' With J II llrldgmoil aim lamii)', khhi uji.( ,i.u iirti nt thi. week. Frank Walker shipped a car load nf i.n.t m m Jnvnli. I uesday even ing, which were fattened on his farm, southeal of Mound uty i;..nrL' ami na ill) .Minion, ui . nler neighborhood, were here last Yiih.iIiv. mini? out our cement side walksatidrenewlngold aciualutaiices. Wriul Wright and wife, of Far Vul.r . urn. vUllln.. ullh 1 1 U iiiHtri.r and wife, last Saturday anil Sunday. Mrs. Wright Is a -Islerof Mrs llogrefe. Kmmtt. Illnk o was here lues. day, from Fortescue nelghhorliood, wearing the usual smile. Kmmett Is fat aww-sy, which Indicates that I'mmpit' ulfn Is a mlifhtv irood cook, I). W Jessup shipped ten sacks of blue grass seed to St. Joseph, Tues day, to one of the leading seed linns mere, io uu useii i iuiiti ui mv l-ren uresiiain, lasi, annua. , ,. ,.i,i i. .!.! Illnk e and fam v are over K,uPi " --v I. t Bi.a..Bui ..al.fl.l.nplinfvl .title lit.pl. 1011 .... . . JiVit in j with JoS Catron at i family 1 m "hoades, or oriescue lieiun visiting witn Joe patron an i umi ). ,,,,.,,...,1 tta. our l0n. Tuesilay . -K" Kenneiinasi u rciasr la. urn "-,,;..-.,,,. l0 Ko,est ClU ing horse: nexi in oruer win ie new v ,",,,, -,f ,,n,i(1J r.t.i.it ." buggy, then neit will bo-well, ak ; i ii ?o AU rlgl.t. V.xt -.G. W. Ileal was down from Nam i.iij. Iniai. nne day. last week, look ing out his farm Interests, west of town. ., , Assistant Agent Hayes Graham, at the depot, Is on the sick list, this week, and Fred Dennett is working In his i) ace J. 11. Krusor .t Co. sold a new Kinilplisker farm wauon to Joe Mitch ell, of near Craig, the latter part of ItAt WPtU. Nick llay and wife were down from Nlshiialiotna last Saturday and Sunday, visiting with Jesse Duncan and family. Dan llennett and'atnlly movedto Fairfax, the latter part of last week, where Dan has secured employment with v. stet Jim. anvthlnir that's right. The school nuiiuing contractor, architect and heating plant contrac tor were unable to get here last Fri day for a final settlement or the new building and will probably bo here the latter pari oi tins wbok. Dr. r. I. liogan nascaiieu luwt Mrs N'niL'v Ithoades. who lives with her daughter, Mr I M. Crow, last Sunday. Mrs Ithoades Is U7 years old and was uuiie kick iai .iiiiiua)', hut was mucli better Monday. llay King, .lonn uougiiiin. urove through In his car from 'loiwka, Kans,, Tuesday, leaving lopcka ai and arriving! In Itiiln atU::ii)). in John says the Kansas roads are in tlmt i-la (-niidlilon A fetv tuices oi corn on ine low lands is nm, nry enougu in criu, inn minvpil a btir fish frr. -I'rof. A. G. Stanley was a St. Jo pnli visitor last Saturday, anil while there purcnasen a new organ lor me use of the school and church people at the Walker school house. Mrs..), w uresnam is inbincoin, Nebraska, this week, visiting with her niece, Mrs. Agnes Faust, and In tlin mpin time John W. savshe would like to hive some one cook him a tniiari- meal. i . .. ... 1..1.1 i-. nroiiier.i. M..ieuison neiu services In the Gospel Mission church at Falls City. Nehr, last Saturday evening, Sunday morning and etenlng to good crowds, there being iiiltu a lol of Interest msuirested. .1 i: Slater was In Marshall) Mo., this week, attending the state con vention of the Farmers' Mutual In surance Company, Mr. Slater having the honor of being elected a delegate to represent Noll county The w. ;. t. r. win meei at tne linnie of Mrs. Ilael Jones next Wednesday afternoon at '.' p. m.,.Nov. IT. and all memlers are earnestly re liiested to be present. All Interested in this goon work are inviieu to at tend. W. W. Waggoner, of Fortescue neighborhood, was trying out our ce ment walks last Monday. Hill says everything Is line and dandy In his neighborhood, aim mat several larm ers In his vicinity will begin gather- their corn, this week. Casey Jones and family were over from It ti to. Nebraska, last Saturday and Sunday, visiting with W It Ash- er and lamuy i ney intended return? Ing home, Sunday evening, but on ac count of the high south winds were unable to gel across the river -Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Klllott and wife, who have been visiting with I cent, excepting what they have want ed to subscribe. (Julte a numlier have donated their teams, the hack ilnp have both been very liberal In I furnishing men and teams to assist uiiiithe work. The committee ap pointed by the club to look after this work have been getting out on the Job personally, and J. K. Slater started a subscription paper to secure dona tions to help the work along, and In inst a shnrt time had secured sixty- two dollars, and this money will be spent on lids road, lllgelow needs some kind of an organization of this u ii.it to tnnk out for the roids west of town and keep the rnads up In shape so the oeoDle can gel into town, a ..nrwi mail is a mU'iitv ltoo.1 recom mendation for any town, regardless of Itssie. BLOCKS AT Ttarsiiy. Nov. 18th New -Chas. Sunday Point and Vicinity. Held drove to DeKalb, .The band plate I for the pic social at Lincoln, i-rniay num. -Hoy Homier and family were at Arthur Carton's, Sunday. K. K. Davis and daughter, Aurel, went to St. Joseph, Monday. Mrs. Dan Hunt went to St. Jo scdIi. Monday, for treatment. Amos Lent;, and family and Kate Kramer went to nan hmiiii s, nun day. Ilarve Chamberlain and family spent Sunday with Geo. W. Lenuand lamny. ..Mrs. Ilobt. Kershaw and son re turned to their home at Grain Valley, stiimlav. Louis Hoilman left for Albany, Sunday, where he will be in a wres tling match. ... Airs. O. I. Hoik n returned from her visit with her son, Dr. Leonard llotkln. Sunday. -Itoxle and Grace Carson came home, Wednesday night, to spend va n 8 9 Will be the biggest Bargain Event in the history of our store. 'mv that thai the automohl e car ...... ...... i luiii Ifi tirv fiitil In trnnd contest has been decided, next on tlni Ti,a elevators here and at Tor- docket, Goody, should be that I red Usc'ue fc&y vhey are going to pay.V) narvey iiaiiijuei,. cents per bushel to stari witn. Jolin Coughlln, hay king Ni 1,1 m,i,..tTie scholars attended the bought a car load nf alfalfa hay of I.. 'artlo Chapel' Sunday school last W. Notley. the llrst of the week, and Sunday morning, and the collection shipped It to Craig was seventy-elghi cents There will Miss Minnie VanMckle, who Is i, kr.i,.,.s at UiU church the third teaching the Minnesota alley school, Sunday morning In lids month by the tins term, rpem oiuiuj 1U" I I'istor, Itev n t uooiey iiev i.ooiey ii i......n ....l r....llc tn il.u n&t lsllnti until SlltlilaV. week, leu last .laiurnay morning lor in niiii i'( - '"" liurllngtnn, iowa, wnere tney expect ed to vlsli with relatives there for several ilavs before going to Madison, I nil., their final destination. Miss .1 esse Dennett, theieventeen vear.nld daiiL'litur of .1 II. Dennett. living west nf town, was kicked by a hnrsn. last Friday evening. and nrettv severely bruised, and wasconllued to he house tor several nays, uau sue been a little farther away from the horse chances are there would have been some broken Imnes. .The school iHiard, the llrst ot I lie week, made application to State Su perintendent of Schools. Howard A Gass, of JelTerson City, for the state aid of fl'.oon, the hoard having ac- Hi I red the necessary amount or audi List Your Property with GREENE & GREENE 1 An 'xtra wood Knrm nf'JtlKncivn, novn miles of Oregon. HoiiHtiof S rooniH, arcli cnvi!, orolinrd. all kiikIh ot iruits; two iHiriiH, 40x40, nnil ono now olio .r)Ox.ri. :I0 iioivh of alfal fa, !I0 aiMvr in tinilittr, halaiicH in :ot and patturo. Will a aa a I . - A. .. 1.1 ..a.f ... rarry on nan duck on inn iann ui n unihouiiuh: jrn;i:. Hit) acivH. threti inilfM of OifRon ; nil in wlient andiroin i!X:t!pt l'J acn-H of alfalfa, wood linprovi!mnnjH. per ai!r. This in an oxtra good farm and lay woll. :i'JOO ncres of bottom land fornalo or trade, 41 miles of Kdtvut. Cltv. New lioiisn and nam. alwo a tenant lioiihe. I'rice is riifht. Will trade for western' land or will sell for iuiphMeKsurriila iU"n" 'l canli niitl rry lmlf on tlin farm lli.nrv Meter and wife. WIIIMeVer and family and Mrs Katherlne Davis ililinl lialnh Meter N. Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Kllnepeter and Mr. and Mrs Trice, from rsordvnie, took dinner at llev.T I). ItobertN'.TIiurs .1. Klmer l'ennlngton has bought Ml acres of land, two mlle east of Fill more, known as the Tom Llghtle ft mi . r.i.n W r.ent. and wife and Mrs, Chas. Fields went to St, Joseph, Tuesday, and from there to Kansas rMtv. UinnnlnL'. Our teachers, Mls Mae Dolkin and Arlo Huntsman, went to Kansas initial ground. It It estimated by the City. Thursday morning to attend tne hoard that the new school building, teaciiers ineeiiiiK, We heard a gentleman stv the I tlrst nt i In- week thai IL looked like the Mound City Community club meant business wneti sucn men as r.. D. Shellenlicrger. J S hmilli and Dave I'orier gel out on the public roads, and are not afraid to get hold of the handles of a scraper. They day with home folks. , Is holding a revival meeting at llethel bii-s r.uuu imiiu mm .i.ii-1 cliurcli, this ween, ami win proiiaoiy Ing with Miss llessle llunt for several continue the meetings there as long uays returned io usr iiuiuo iii ruiicn- as t10 interest win justify cue last nuiiuay imuii. Mr. ami Mrs. ueo. courier visuen uitli Mr. Courier's brother. K. L. Courlkr and family, near Fairfax, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Hunt left last Sunday noon for Hiawatha, Kans., where she will visit witn iter nauguier, rnrs. n Hooper, ror sevrai uays. lien Adklsi n'iroiiiiht Joe iru ItMikman and Tim Huffman w. O. W. loage last nauiraay evening in id "tin Llnle" Fcrd car. n rloht. Urnlher Goodv. we will Imletiendent Teleohone Co.. was over sure be over after that sack of good In this neighborhood repairing his old fashioned uunrcorn meai, wcauw nines me nrsi oi " ' o,,, last week, and all returned VXfil mmOnm"Kn his line rwudtan Vt the length . of "g the " won't two . I si.iri-AH ui ti.. ... l. l.ltnliu AAimla Ait lit I avUIIJO - ti a v a us. j imj nvj J i uftUHilvvit UBurni hii;iiii9si mm 1 uio uuidi un iiiviiigo tunpio ui vlsltlna Willi nirs. uveriay bum, u ninu tuav ruiu bar uu ku iikiii. " a .... U.l.l.nJ I... I. I ........ .......... lli.B nn t.na.a along auuill. bniii iuiig an iiwui' No use talking you can i ueat, tne "tin Llnle" Ford car for all kinds of service. Mr. William says he Is golnir to make an extra effort to eo over all Into tho nf Ida lines and tlx them tin In irood shane west of lllgelow be lore uaa weainer sets in. Mrs. Julia .tones piannea a sur Grandma iieckainorne , , are certain) doing some mighty good "iiiiw isuer pari oi llutrlck, work between here and LIU eTark, U,indai S tffti tlman to and we hope tosee Ihem tlnlsli the U'Vel oVweedhig to " ir avantnir Inl. I.ufnra u.at uuatliRr KetJB III. 1 10'B proceeding lu . Claude Williams, manager of the additional ground secured and eipilp nlmr has cost In round tlirures.l.'i,is) l'.verviifliiv seems to ue tneaseii with the kind of weather the weather man Is dishing out very unseason able weather for the time of year, hut then unseasonable weather is tne kind we have been having ever since about the llrst of May, and we should not be surprised, at most any kind of a stunt mat me weainer man migut pull oil. Mrs. Dan Heckathorne and two daughters, of Maker, Mont., who have been visiting wuu ir. -i. W. Heckathorne ror several oavs, left the latter part of last week, for re tney expect to ltd relatives be- nroceedlnir to San Francisco. where they expect to spend some time seeing the big fair Mra Mltchet and children ri tnrneil to their home. Wednesday, af ter a few weeks' visit with Father anil Mather ltoberts. Grandma Davis came down from Maltland. Monday evening, to visit her son, Kd. and family, and other relatives and friends. Shannon Nardman and wife, ac companied by Dr. K. F. Kearney, went to St. Joseph Mrs. Ilardman wasnperated on Monday for a tumor. Jake Hornecker and family, Jim llnrnnflinr and wife. Geo. M. I'ol ock and wife and Fred Davis and wife took dinner at the Kd. Hornecker ImmA. .stlltlflav. The ladles of the Aid society, which served the dinner at the Kneale sale, desire to thank each ana every nna ulin lialnnil tlmm. bolli bv contri bution and patronage. Thev cleared Tim following from here attended over 35. Tlds money Is used strictly the State. Teachers' meeting In Kan- for thecl.urci. ni ra. ii in iuiiiiiigi toss iui sysusss vo cousins. Hobert Gordon, of erylTrapp. Kansas, and Mrs. James Mar M. Whaley and wife, In Maltland, last ciirHav and Sunday. Mrs. C II. Taylor attended the iinrai TJalulihora' lodlie In Corning. nnadav. last week, when fourteen candidates were Introduced nxtariaa nf that order. Frank Speer and wife, of St Lou- . .. . .... T T". CI.... .nj lull. IS. VlSltea Willi J. r.. oibici wiu "'"I iat. Sunday. Mr. Speer Is now chief clerk to Genoral Freight Agent Gray, nf the Ilurllngton, In St. Louis. wa uam down and looked over the new Fortescue school House, last Sunday evening. The work seems to be going along In good shape, and It s aura colne to be some school house with plenty of room. With good weather the building should be en I ..HI, In a fw ueeks. -riia new corn cim uu i.ci the pole, he hitches a couple on. Ihj , ... .m,, ,"v,'V.V"uiJ tin:ro7 sivanriah. Mo., lut week Hogan and daughter. Eva. Hertha Sunday she entertained her brpttier, l-Ji. i5. J fi o wii.nn. win ilnne and family, her sisters, aim IM9 Piuril., ia. y. ... -."-""-,- ,7.. Vnra.t two daughters, josepinne ana .lean, moau.mc. "T-"?'-," nn,Y Matilda and Emma Eelkman, Prof. City, and J. L. llee ler, : om Colora- and Miss Myrtle Smock. ,L?JS ir ia itnnrrnn r itT. .innn men iiihiiidiu iidmimiuwi located apool of waUr. nearthe river, service, last Wednesday ""no0"! ,ni.inin . ini r umii rnnnifl mri Hut Ina ilotkin Ivslng ostess 1 1. i....i...in ti.am intn ilia ilia. "Houtii America aim men.u -.010 be-1 Lake and that he Is contemplating I ,n,V'fy'M?nM?8ii!a'n cnf'a diiat S .S.V M'ra: ock Z Dig Lake."The7e ud to be fenVerhare.I In the enloyment ofiifkTndsofghoodihlistqe;t, hook and line In a short time, but that was several years ago, and there am unite a number of people who would like to see uie iskb hiockcu up again, now that It Is full of water. Jasper Udell and wire took tiinir nrlse on Monday evening, November M. It be- the guests sal down toone of the best meals or the season, aim Mrs. iiecxa ihorne was certainly surprised as she ltd not think of any one coming In until all or the crown came. Alter supper games were played, u. w. rioiieiyiavoreuinuKutiii.il nun uim nt tlia ni-paalnn and cartookof the lie' llclous refreshments served durlrg the social hour following the pro I ntim I 1 . i . t I.I. nl.l.J.i K9IIITIIZV IH.1IIV IIIIUIBII IIIVIIB.UD hUll.rlav.tlio SlindaV School ClSSS Of which she Is a member, were Invited to spend the evening at the .home of '.mied bv J C.Udmond.was of his favjrltesoloi, and the event of little daughter, Ilelen.slx-years pW surprise Unlshed last. week, and It Is said to be the evenlngwas a reading by II. M. accompanied by their m".P'7 too. After an I dindy. 180 feet long. 14 feet wide Splllman. A very Pleasant evening Pr. Baraes mUslc, etc., and It is estimated win was spent, anu vne kuib ueparieu, imui . ju.-ouii, uo. f i'-"" "5 each one wished Miss lieutan many m r.ar iiiirii hold 13.000 bushels of corn, and Mr. wishing ..'i .....I. lila aliara of the rent lliannv III corn on the farm will almost fill this were presented nrltl. imiuiio... a r'tiie'm 5rajBr5- & ssbtl1 Sirs, iiecaaiiiuino many muia niiuio bus ma uu.w.iui . " mnra lunnv blrthrtavs. a SO lliai llicy Irthdavs. A number of gifts on for appendlctls. She stood the m?.!" to Grandma Hecka- operation Just tine and s getting ber it" rof the event. Those along nicely and It ts thought that she raem r Nkiio. ""Cy" r.t..I.nn. n.U nna rll lay. OJJ IIOIB l""Pi" ".-l 5,71 list, week. cf drove a well at Elm !Tr.- ..vinniluiiiM. Bill Stuart held the' oloe. while Tom did the heavy work. and ran ha hrnnuht. home next Sunday. Mrs. Udell returnea nome saiuraay n 1 1 C , WCNBUIBa NIIIIU.R.IDI . V. u w n wn " inn. Marv Uorcliers. Mary rora.lnoon to be Willi ler ror a lew uays. Julia Jones. Clara Davis, Bessa Not- George Dean has been keeping bach- ley. Clara nnowies; misses iiurcnera, eior a nan un uio suii ivui "i... Lfiile and Anna Hudson, Lela and the family were In St. Joseph. It Is and Vera Davis. sald of George that he is, a pretty 4 -.nil tiet'frt iienr Oreuon. all new HiinroveiiitMits. nils in ni'iirOri'Kon and will carry lialf baok on the farm at H per cent. Thin is worth what is asked lor it as an invetuineiii ft 100 acres in the Oregon pehool district, anil is a Kood InvtiHtiiient. Hood Improvements, good Hog lences initi ik 1 . . .1 . I, .. . 1 cross-leiicen aim uiyn nne. ? un. U145 acres near Mountain (trove, Mo. All in cultivation, except J0 acres : K"1 O-rooin lioiise, liiirn, niloand other out- hnildhiKs. riice, i?:i,fiui). s-fll acres near OroKon : wood iniprovements, alfalfa antl grasH, K1 farm ; priced right. 1040 acres, 41 miles north of Oregon ; good improvements and priced right. II MO acres, four miles east of Oregon; u model farm home. Small amount of money will handle it. Come and see us. l'J 10U acres, seven miles of Ottawa, Kansas ; good, new a fit f f fl.. . f LS . 4.... ........... louse, Darn aim sno. i ins inu nut) uirin. .-see un un imm. "JOO acres, nine miles of Craig and 1J miles of Milton. I'IiIh certainly is a line larm and is going to sell cheap. All improvements are good. U)) per acre if sold soon. 15 1'JO acres at $85 per acre. '-'4l)0 will handlo it. In istigatu. 17 For Sale or Trade 18!l acres, new house and barn. ins tio-lit. nnil nmsH fenced, at 100 Der acre. One-fourth mile to R. 11. fltatlou and five miles of Forest City. 30 acres n cultivation in tho hills and the balance in cuuivaiion in the bottom. ion nurAa HovHti nillfs of Oreffou, at 80 oer acre, four- room house, two barns ; 05 acres in cultivation, balance tim ber and pasture. .)0O5 acres of the finest land you ever saw in Andrew county. This farm is a line ono, and as u is pan oi an estate, It will sell clienp. investigate lmmeuiuieiy tor u. um gain. 21 9B acres, one of tho best farms in Andrew county, Mo. This is a modern, improved tarnt ; everything is in first class condition. Terms are right. 23 1031 acres of fine land, near Llmon, Colorado, tor sale or trade. If you are looking for something worm t ne money call and see us. Also a 1500 aore tract ot laim in oouuiern Missouri for sale or trade. iM Wo have soveral quarter sections and sections in Col orado for sale; also somo ranches In Colorado, loxas, Louis- ana and Arkansas. We also have other farms in Holt county not listed here. Come and see us. We have some good City Property for sale. If interested in buying or selling, look us up. We'll swap anything from a plantation to a jauK-Kimo. Yours for business, Hoyt Gnoex has left the employ of T, 0. Dungan, as chauffeur, ami gone to St. Joseph, where he Ischauffeurlng lor uuv ui Mia . . stand Eber Sherman place at uungan s, has taken hie Greene & Greene Offiet over Citizens' lank. OREGON, MO. SsviVJirialaaSdsWan ;jL-. aX-JW.