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News from Have you put 'em on Wlio said court house Ht i,,,,!,,!.1 -nm nose aneuuan, n o nas in rPrJLnn mSh i "Hh friends l.ete and bjslness In Oregon, Monday. 4l MoumJ cftJf for Mtefa j, WM t Mrs. Jennie Handier It vMHng Falls City, Neb., passenger last Sun with relative In Craig, this week. oay, where she will visit with rels- T. T. Wl son transactlntfbusl. ;':1n,wndf- 'Yi'k'e Kan"""' ' nest, In Mound City, last Saturday .nr Home in MUer Lake. han. w nf.r i,.l wife sislied -I'tank Morris and Itussell Wilson iTi. i rf.VJ siinr it '' Mn? ln ' Chicago, with relatltes In Craig last -Sunday. , MVef,fd,SMl eek Tlie Mn. Chas, Hunt visited wlthrela- say they went there with the Inten tlves In Forest CHy. lastSaturday and tlon of buying the town, hut It was Sunday. larger than they expected and they it... vt..i. (.mil, .l.lt.,1 ILTU at the home or .1. I. Morris last, I Sunday. -Misses Matilda and -man were Mouno City Kmma Mek visitors, last Saturday. -.Mrs. Chas Catron, of Clatlnda. Visited with W L Catron and family over Sunday. S. XV. Schmidt, traveling freight agent for tlie Murllnifton In St Joseph, was here Monday J II. llrldgmon received another car load of Illinois soft coal the latur part of last week. Mrs. W. K. Iialu was visiting with relatives In Council Mufli, Iowa, itv eral days, last week. Frank Walker purchased a new farm wagon of J. It. Krusor d Co. the tlrst of the week -W. M. Twyman and wife and Mrs. I ' n'""n"7 , '! Tuim.n .. i.i..,.! i i- i;i.i,r was unabie to get any trace or Hie .I wlfe faTt "UnHav hlhelfer. which Is marked with crop 0!t and wife, last unrta) 1 right, and left ear split. Ilobert A slier and Frank Chunlng attended the big show In St Joseph last Saturday evening. II. ). Adklson, M. !.. brought a crowd to lodge with hltn In his Kord car last Saturday evening, Mrs. T..I. llrldgmon and daughter. Dorothy, were visiting with relatives In Mound City, last Saturday. . Harold Larrabee took In the big show, "The lllrth of a Nation, In St Joseph, last Saturday afternoon -Ye editor. Howard Mills, of tin-twlce-a-week New Jeilersonlari, wit calling on friends here last Saturday Mlts Matilda and KmmaSelkman visited with Misses lltrtha, Y.ot ai d Addle Morrit, last Saturday evening, W. M. Caton and daughter, Mrs Jolm Irvln. visited with relatives. In forest City, last Saturday and Sut.. oay. Sam llrown and Cap Chunlng, of Arkansaw neighborhood, were trans acting business In Oregon, one day, last week. Allen Nolley and wife and Mhs Ida llrldgmon attended the "lllrth nt a Nation" In St. Joseph, last Satur day evenlfg Krank Walker Is building a cow shed on his place this week, and.lohn Wood, of Mound City, Is doing the carpenter work. -Willie Wilson attended M W. A. lodge In Mound City, last I rlday eve nlng. and aslted In electing oillcers for the year luin Dr. and Mrs, y ; llogan were St. Joseph vlsliorsUst Saturda) even ing, and attended the "lllrth of a Na tion" attraction. llurllngton MveStock Agent,.) K II. McKllllp. of St Joreph, was In our town last Monday, looking after llurllngton business. V. A Solleder was reading the elrc-i rlc-llght meters In Kortescue last Saturday and collecting for the Mound Cl'y i:'crl- Light Co 1! W. l'o) nler and family and II. N. McKee motored t ralg last Sun day muiiilng. where they spent the day visiting with relatives. Fred (ireshain lost one nf his let horses last I rlday night. Iir Scott was called from Mound City, but could do nothing fur the horse. A I. Kdinonds and party, whu have been hunting and tMiIng n lllg Lake, for a week, returned to their home In Kansas City, last Saturday. -Mrs. J C. II Inkle was on t In sick list, several davs, last week, and the Mrvlces of a doctor were necessary. We are glad to report she Is much better. I. N. Ilt'ekman, who hat been on the sick-list, for some time, was able toattmd W. O, W. lodge lut Satur d y ev-nlng for the tlrst time In all months. -Mrs. -I. II. Sjllman,of (Jttumwa, Iowa, whu Is enrout to San Francis, ro, Calif., stopped off here, last Fri day, and visited with II M. Splllman and family until Tuesday of this week, Misses Gerlude Walker, Hessle Hunt and Jean McKee attended the tiasket ball game between Ilia lllge low and Midland team In Mallland last Saturday Surveyor W M, Morris was up from Oregon, one day, last week, run ning some levels In the Hooded dis trict, east of the railroad tracks, for John Coughlln, Jrof. Willie VanVlckle, who la leaching the Klk I tale district school, northeast of Craig In Atchison coun ty, was renewing old acquaintances here, last Saturday, Price Lundy cranked up his "Tin Lli.le" Ford car last Saturday even ing and brought Sam Goolsbv, Ike -(John I) ) Adklnsnn.und Noah Coonca out to W. O. W. lodge. Hay King, John Coughlln, accom panied by Misses Knse Sheridan and Louise Coiner, of Mound City. attend ed Hie big show, "lllrth of a Nation," In St. Joieph, last Friday afternoon. l'rof. A. G Stanley, who Is teach laf tha young Idea how to shoot In tilt Walker district, was looking after huslnssa matters In St. Joseph, last i Saturday, and taking ln the big show. John Iden, ooedav.laat week pur cliwed the Ilayden Kdwards farm of , Watrat at ft coat of 123 per acre. TbU land layineit to the Iden .farm Bigelow on the south awl mikes Mr I den loo I acres In hit home place I til t . - . - C I . , 1 . I . i iir ie un more . - I Mlchtt nice weather the weather man Is handing out and litre's hoping thl kind of weather will continue at least until all of the corn Is gathered All corn Is reported to lie down In very bad shape ana a deep snow at this time would mean the loss of lots of corn Tom Huston, the old rell b!e manager of the Farmers' Telephone company In Kortescue. and AlecMon- IL"erf , nuttlnln a newTre 11 J under the track louth of town, Tom says everything Is tine and dandy In Kortescue. Kmmett Itlnkle, of Fortescue neighborhood, was here last Saturday, looking for a twoyi-ar-old red heifer which he had In the Jessup pasture for some lime and has been missing for two weeks. I'nfortunately he I)ld you notice that lllgelow carried oil live prles In tin- Merchants' corn show at Mound City last weekY Char ley Taylor secured one: John W arts ham, two, and his son, Karl Grehatn, two. aim thev were the cream ol the prlret too. No use talking, folks, you can't keep a god town down. Hrlt llrldgmon, the latter part of last week, put In a cement floor In his garage, and a celling; with a force pump Inside tlie building run by a gasoline engine, a big healing stove to keep the building warm. II Is Just about as modern as can be made, mak ing an Ideal place to store cars during any kiwi ui weatner -State School Inspector C. (' Cal loway was here, one day, last week, from Jetlerson City, and we are glad to announce that he pronounced our worn w k .sir lanoway maue a h-w suggestions along the line of adding to our nurary ami ixjuipping a latiora lory, which the hgard nf director will try to carry out, If available funds can be secured, John Iden Is makliigarraugements to secure a supply of crapple and bass to stock lllg Lake with andripects In gel them this winter or early tin' spring, and says that lishlng at lllg Lake will be as good within two or three yi-ars. as It was about ten )ears ago. This will no doubt be good news to Tom Curry, of Oregon, who sure likes to llsh. -The lllgelow hlh school basket team went to Mallland last Saturdiy where Ihev pla)ei the Mallland team, l'rof S W. Skelton arcompinvlngthe bits The score wa;i" In IK In favor of MaltUnd; the game, however, was one of the best pla)ed for some time and our huvs appreciated Him many courtesies shown them by the Malt- land team and their referee, Owen Fllmaurlce washere sever al dais, last week, from Kttlniihain. Kans., looking after his farm west of town, Mr. Fit mailt Ice has decided to sell the rarm. ami It Is said helsof, ferlng It at a very reasonable price and uy one wanting a farm it wll l to their Interest tn Investigate this farm as It Is high and dry and not In the drainage district Owen savs all of his folks are well and getting along nicely. Card U'IImhi holds the best record lor busking corn In these parts, that. we have heard of this season. I'ard has ltn husking corn for Jasper Odell, west of town, and Inelght Ua)s gathered vn bushels, the best one day s work lielng 1LD bushels of on in .lasoer had two other uood inpn-fieo Dean, who averaged bushels pfr uay, ann Aineri irougueriy, wnose av erage was It.) bushels. Thi'lmystlnlsh rd gatherlngJasper'scorn, last Thurs day -Our honest opinion about the ban iiiet, Urn. (Soody, Is that, the corres pondents are not advertising enough. Outalde of lllgelow and Triumph, there Is nothing said. Ilro. lirownlee, of Forltscue fame, used In boost, but. Iiegoi. to least ing on wild ducks and mud hens and he Ml by the wayside, and the honey we had saved up has gone the way of all good honey, and really we are almost afraid to say any more. Come on folks, don't you know It pavs to advertise, especially In 7 III' Skntinki.V ' -llrldgmon U Dudley. I lie latter part or lasi. week, snipped two thn- oughbred blood hound pups to the Itonkwnod Kennels, inLeilngtnn, Ky , and will receive In eichanae a thor oughbred registered coon dog. worth sVV), and some cash on the side. The biys have alio purchased two more thoroughbred blood hound trained docs nf a tlrm In Herrv. Ky.. which will lit the llrldgmon fc Dudley ken nels up In llrst-class shape, with four or the nest dogs mat can ue secured. and the lioys will be able to handle any case mat comes tneir way. Illgelnw Camp. No. X. elected of ficers for the ensuing year at their meeting last Saturday evening, There was iiulto a large crowd tn attendance and me following nmcers were elected l'rof A. G. Stanley, consul command er; Harold Larrahee. advisor: Goolv Crow, hanker; G, A. Conawav. clerk; T. J. llrldgmon, escort; K. C. Graham, watchman; Walter llradbury, senti nel: V. A.Solleder, manager for three years: Tim Huffman, team captain, ana nr. t. n iiogan,camppiiysician, A joint Installation with the Wood men Circle lodge for members and the families of the two orders Is bains planned for the tlrst Saturday evening in January, John Iden narrowly mined a Support Home Trade Your dollars stay at home if you do your Christmas shopping in the home town. $ $ $ Keep your money in this town. Your interests are here. You want to see this place prosper. $ $ $ There's no better way to make this town prosperous than to spend your money with the local merchants. $ $ $ Therefore don't take your money out of town. Keep it here. You'll find that the local merchant can fill any of your wants. Dependable Jewelry Tin' kind that you will not ho iihIihiiiimI of. In it i'mv months. IkivIiik pn-HtiiittMl tn yutii' fritiiifl. nor tliey inliaim'(l to wear it. There Is nothing as appropriate as a nice piece of Jewelry for a Gift, and if you buy it here, it will be satisfactory. CAREY Glasses Accurately Kilted. Or Naaasssavs; serious accident last Saturday evening while driving home from Mound City In his big car, Just west of the Pod ion place, Mr. Iden turned around to steaktoone of the parties In the rear seat unconscluusiy turning the steering wlrH In the same direction, the steering wheel being on the right side, this turned thecar Into I lie ditch on tlie south side of the road; fortuna Uly thu car was going alow and he no ticed it In time to shut olf the power and the machine turned over ilowly, allowing the occupants to get out without Injury. With t lie exceptions of breaking the top and wind shield no damage was done. A team was procured and the machine righted and the car driven home under Its own power. The Woodmen Circle lodge held a big meeting Wednesday evening of last week Two new candidates were Introduced Into the mysteries of the order. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Solleder, and tlie following oillcers were elected to serve the lodge during the year, llilO: Mrs. Kllle Dodson, guardian; Mrs. II, O. Adklnson. advisor; V. A. Solleder, clerk; Mrs. W. W. Waggoner, hanker: Miss I'ermulla Morris, chap ' lain; Mrs. Kuth Lease, attendant; Miss Illtta Crow, assistant attendant; Miss llertha Morris, Inner sentinel; Miss Minnie Crow, outer sentinel; George V. II Inkle, manager for three years, and Mrs, V.;A, Solleder, musi cian. This Is certainly an excellent, set of orilcers, who will no doubt pilot the Circle through the year HUH, with credit, both to themselves and the order, District Deputy Mrs. Helen Loomls, of St. Joieph, was present, and while here was the guest of Miss Illtta Crow, at the City Hotel. We will sure take our hat off to you, lira. Goody, and you rauggeitlons E. BUNKER, Oregon, Mo. that the people should help oul with the neighborhood news by sending them In Is Just right, and the people tiiouni maKu it ineir uusweis 10 co-op erate with the corresDondentsbv send Ing In tlie news, or telephoning It In, to i ne enu mat an orinenews may tie secured, and that the facta may be given and that there will be no errors. We are glad to be able tosay there are a few iieople In this neighborhood who show their hearts are In tlie right place by handing In news of Interest. This correspondent's lob is no snap we all aim to secure tlie news of the neighborhood for the benellt of the neighbors and the non resident, who has moved away. There's no fame, Goody, that's a fact, but It la certain ly a good advertisement for any town or neighborhood, and the people should be Interested In advertising tlie place where they live. In the words of Ilro. Goody, "come to the frcnt, folks, and let's have the news, he a booster, and help us keep lllgelow on the map." Uuiib. Corn la King. Most of our farmers In this section are reporting a most excellent yield of corn for the hill lands. Curtis Whit raer has HnMied a 40-acre tract that has yielded 70 bushels to the acre; James Meyer got 10 bushels er aero from one of Ills little fields of seven acres. Tommy Kreek, who Is farming Hie old Iirodbeck farmjust west of town, and owned by L. I, Moore, states he has gathered 21 acres that lias meas ured out 10 bushels per acre. M. It. Martin and Ed. Col hour had business In Kansas City,, last week. Burr Oak. Mr. andMra. Frailer were gueits of Ed May and wife, Sunday. -George Lease and family visited Jim Lease and his mother. In forest City, Sunday. Kledsoe llros were threihlng wheat for SVm. Stone, Monday and Tuesday of this week. Annie l'llklngton. Dora fatten and Josle and Klsle Kadi spent Sun day with Miss Nellie May. .ilss Kll.abeth Toupalue,of near Ilu to. returned home Friday, after spvii'llng a vsr'k at the Johnston and , V X. Stone I ime I Ti-n PMkl'g' n fi'l finl y wll' m-ivr to 'h ;iir .Iviil. in 'arm Md week Thflr tusnj Mend In Md vicinity wlh Uihii ucc" In their new hnnie. Chas llruntmeyfr and wife. Miller huchly and fatr.l'j. II. A Htland family ami I I'. I'llMugtnti and family sMir-d at the Tom l'llklngton horn , Su ill1. .1 I'. VanDeveer, accompanied by II. A Howies, drove over to King City, on Wednesday of last week Mr. VanHeveer will spend the winter there with his tons, Howard and Kdgar K. Union. Miss Mac Grelnrr spent Sunday wltn Miss Kmma lladley. Jov Trimmer made his usual call In this vicinity. Sunday evening, Karl Wilton and famllv visited at the Casper Michael home, Sunday .limes N'oland. wife and son Guv. pent Sunday with Chas Mover and lanill) latMr ItftilUv. ulf. aruliliui)ili.r. Iluht. visited with klnfolks In Lin coln district, Sunday. Unite a number from thlsvlclnitv attended the pie and box-supper at iietiton, mm) rngiii. Carl Owens and vs I f ami Vernle Wood and mother scent Suuda) with Chas. tiwens and family. Lee Thompson and famllv and May (ireiner visited witu William and Kmma lladley, Sunday. Tin- I'nlon school and Sunday fchool began to practice for their Christmas entertainment, last Sun day. George W. 1'oltock and wife have returned from their trip to illttereiit parts of California, being gone live weeks, Kvertloxlv around here Is still shucking corn and hoping Ihey will get It out before It miows, as It Is low n so bad. . . . w . a.... .-i,"-. (,. t.i,r.. &it..u-.,i ii.i. r.iu..u I.e. - f.--. ,:. ....-,-, I ne J leu nir iiuy, ian . nnere iney ...... I. .1 !-.. v , ncrc lliBirirn I , iiui ' lluu u,' II.Mlfiur atiu,,! tint..!!- evening In the Itottom, below Korest City, on very Important business, We knots, fnr Iim hail tn Im iiiiheluil at II o'clock. Lost, between the Geome W. I'ol- lock place and the I II vide school or at the school, a friendship bracelet, live links on strap. Finder please return to Miss Kmma lladley. Quite a few from here attended the pie social at Denton Friday night, and also several attended t lie box sup per and pie i-oclal at Divide, All re port having a Jolly good time, -Setli Curtis and family, I'm I Kucher and family. Lee Thompson and wife, William and Kmma lladley, May and Hay (Ireiner and Air and Mrs Meadows attended the preaching servicer, at the Christian church in Oregon, Sunday night Mr, Curtli helped to furnish the music. X. X Tone George and wife, nf the May Mower school district, haw- sold their farm and removed to Mllmore, Mo. Mcdonald THE TAILOR -AT DAWSON-CAMPBELL'S All kinitaof AlttiratiotiH IjidieH or UHiitw.' All kinds of Ladies' Silks, Furs and Clothing Cleaned and Hepalred. Satisfaction Guaranteed. J. F. CHANDLER, Ph. G., M. D. Does a General Practice. BOTH PHONES. Special attention given diseases peculiar lo oia age. Office in lllnde building, first aoor east ol i-armera' tele phone olfice, upstairs. r.irmtr.' I'Iioiib, k:, Martin I'liuue, H DR. W. W. TURNER Oiteopathic Physician. Rheumatism, Nervous Diseases and all acute diseases treated by Osteo pathic methods. Ortlce In Martin building, ad- building, Tltinrtn'fl Joining T. C. Dungans law ofllce. OREGON, MISSOURI. 1 Real Estate Muneograpk. rCILIfHIU WtlULT IT E. S. RICBARM, OHIW. MO. l omct rr-ris in tM moors iloch. Abstracter and Negotiator of Loaai Transfers for week ending Decern, ber, 4 U'l.-.: WAllltANTV IlKF.DS Ilalloy M lleesley to John L llees ley 4I acres jf se se frl Ji-'il-:i i t J,ow Sirah M Schmidt to Geo W Slpes, lol 1 and 4 II '.V Oregon. 1,000 Mary K.ully Kenjon-Wllllamsoti to K F Weller lot l.'.'.'JI, block IJ, und , lot SI, -JJ. :'4, block 12 exe 30 ft. Mallland .l.OtM Joseph II Murray to .lames X Murray and wife. w.Toaeresne se fc pt 2, re 3.1 OKW 1:1,600 Chris Jamison loThomas .1 l'llk- ' Ington and wife, e 131 a sw, ex tie, ne, sw, lT-dO .1l ,.. M,CoO Hayden Wards to John F Iden n .Hi a e 2, se, s 40 a lot u & ",, unit 3;i n.r II K llawley to Geo W Green T.r, acres 2J and 2I-D2-40 ),0X IJt'lT CLAIM-) llelle 1 1 Inkle to Mosee Chunlng, ne sw 2.1 Dl-40 I D. M. Martin was a business visi tor In St. Joseph, last Monday. C. I), .ink was on the sick-list for a day or so, this week, but Is now al right again. Fred Hughes, of the Mayflower school district, had business in St. Joseph, Tuesday of this week, Mr., F. II. Graham visited wltli her daughter, Miss Xelle, In St. Jo siph for several days, last week. A few Duroc-.ler.ey male hogs for sale, also one aged hog, Kliw Alltl Ft'llll.MAN Mrs W. ('. I'roul and son, Clark, of St Joseph, are Ull Ing her parents, Gideon Kunkel at Anadarko, Okla. Dr. Whllsell, eye and ear special 1st, southeast corner Sixth and Kd mond,St..loseph,Mo. Itoth phones, Mil. laimes K. Itamrcy and son, .lames K., Jr.. were In Si. Joseph. Monday last, consulting, un oculist In regard to James, Jr.'s, eyes. Dr. T O. Davis, A. II. Goodpas ture, llethel Goodpasture, Charlrs Moore and John Colclaler, of Malt land, all hadtbuslnrss In St. Jusrph. Monday of this week. Mr. anil Mrs. D. J. French were called to lllooratleld, Iowa, Tuesday of this week, hy the serious Illness of Mrs. French's mother, Mrs. Kllrabjeth Fountain. Mrs, Fountain Is HI years old. Miss Ava Donley Is now assisting Postmaster Marsha In the postoftic. In our opinion Miss Ava Is the right girl, the right woman, the right lady In the right place, and we congratu late all concerned, the public In par ticular. Hllle, son of Thomas llurgess,dltil at the home ol his father, In Kansas City, Tuesday, Dec 7. The body was brought to this city Wednesday, for burial. The family resided here and at Foti-st City many years ago, und Mrs. Ilurgeis was hurled here In the Oregon cemetery -Money to Lend on Farms Hor ruwer has option to pay part or all of principal at uny lime. Most liberal terms ever offered. Call, write or phone to us. Costs you nothing, saves you money. THU SISSON LOAX ft T1TLK CO., unices over ;s inlaw ay valley Hank, Mar Wile. Mlvsuuri. C. J. Fulirman, superintendent of the I'onr Farm, drove as line a bunch of Duroc-Jersey hogs, 3l In number, through town Wednesday, lo the rail, road station, as u person ever gets tlie pleasure of looking at. This Is I'O heid he has marketed, this fall. -William Jakle Fields, of Ne braska, has been down vliltlng his parents, Henry Flelda and wife, of Forbes. Has been visiting In Forbes ever since Tuesday morning. He had many friends and relatives call on him while he was visiting home. He left Saturday morning for Colorado to visit his grandmother and grand father. X X. X. -Dr. T. O. Davis, of Mallland, has been a pretty busy roan, recently, le- portlng the following births, and all In the Triumph school district: To Samuel Ilurgess and wife, a son, December 2; Will Huntsman and wife, December 2, a girl ; and a son weighing 11 pounds to George Camp bell and wife. Mrs, Ilurgess Is now the mother of nine children, Is 3D years of age-never has ridden In an automobile or nn a t r; in, and the evi dence Is conclusive that she does not believe In race suicide. Attorney James Stokes, of Craig, was In .lellerson City, Monday of this week, before the Hoard of 1'aroles and Pardons, In the Interest of John Wilson, who as marshal of the city of Corning, shot ami killed lleecher Knapp III that, city, Aug. 0, lliu, and who plead guilty to manslaughter In the third degree, and was given five years In the penitentiary and was taken to prison, Dec. 6, 1014, to begin serving his sentence. Attorney Stokes thinks they will grant a par don to Mr. Wilson.