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VOT.nXTF. XXXTT. OREGON MISSOURI. FRIDEamER 27. 18t)6.' NUMBER -Zz: i I 3T ALL KIND OF "a HARNESS Made to Order and Repaired SCHMIDT & j HARNESS ggOnlythe best leather used. ARE THE MOORE Of Oregon and Won't Be Undersold Thanksgiving Day is coming. Get ready. We have Fresh Cranberries, Fresh Oysters, Celery, Mince Heat and Mince Meat Material. See our Fine Line of Pickles and Sauces. See our Hanging Lamps. Look at and taste our Fine Line of Candies, Nuts and Fruits and you will buy. T , . Wait until we get in our Large and Beau- ware just bought in trade. Don't forget our others. Tours to MORE OREGON, -IN- HEATINC At vtn-nA TTof All mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW jt anv of these stoves over if low prices will make them go. Drop m it you want a oar gain. T. L. PRICE, Hardware,0" 114 North Fifth Street, St. Joseph, Mo. m rtmoo Sulfa nnrl Weddine Outfits a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. - A - - Give me a xriai. -- O. W. Lukens, dentist, will extract your teeth without pain. He will use (he Dew method, and you will Teel on pain. SMITE'S SHOP. Remember this please GROCERS Chicago for Holiday prices are lower than Please, MISSOURI. STOVES ! ririnfis. Will not carry , -.. tnr ilm ohiMren. The place to get them is at Philbnck'a drug store mm SEEMAN S. F. O'FAIjLON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in the Moore Building. llueti Pennell is reportod to bo quite sick. School suddIiob and books at J. C PhilbrickV. We need it right now that wood you promised us. Patronize the Juniors tonight their cause in an earnest one. For the bestu cent cicar on the mar ket, smoke Powell's Lulu. Ttaat atnnlr. louregt nricpfl on grocer ies and queensware nt Moore & See- man e. Horn, to J. B. Smith and wife, Sun day morning, Nov. 22. 180G, a fine girl baby. Try the new method for extracting teeth without pain, which O. W. Lu- kens, our dentist, is using. W. B. Dnv is now prepared to Sill nil orders for native lumber hard or soft, in quantities and dimensions to suit purchaser; mill 3 miles southeast of Uregon. Sav Tnlin have von pot. a new buggy top? Xo'p just my old one dressed over with Best Out Top Dressing, its sold by C. O. Proud, J. C. Philbrick and D. M. Martin. She a the stun. J. N. Zachman & Co., DEALERS IX Staple and Fancy Groceries, Glassware and Queensware, Offer the following bargains for cash: 7 pounds fresh roasted Coffee(good quality) I 00 2 Packages M ok ask a Coffee Si 40 bars fancy Laundry Soap 1 00 Battle Ax Tobacco per pound j Fine or coarse barrel Salt 1 05 Best Minnesota Flour, none better in the market, at lowest price. 10 chests 1896 crop, fancy cured and colantarl .Tnnnn nnil f nilia Teas iusl r ceived and for sale at prices lower than ever Derore. Everything else at lowest possible Drice. "We will uositively not be under- Bold. Tf C Itanliin.u'hn hiiR been nuita sick fnr several dava with fohculnr tousilitis. is now much better. Mrg. Mary Curry is able to be up and around again, having been kept in ho house tor several uaje with n severe Co Id. Prank Rrahnm hnq about iinisllEd neoa.ci.ff in M infnn fntrRcliin. nnd next week will begin in Union and then Lin coln. James Cord rev. who has been quite flilr trr a w,t)nl. nt iVAnkn. in nnv l m- proving and will be out again in a short time. Henry Sterrett of the opera house would be pleased to have that lantern that some one appropriated last week re turned. 1nf.nh C2rimea u-lin linft liten pni. lined tn hm hnma fnr several dVB. is renorted to be improving. We hope to soon see him our. agaia. Frank Pierson, who has been con ducting the City drug store ut Corn ing, will return to Mound City, to en gage ia the business there. The Leader is responsible for the statement that during the month of Oc tober, thirty-six car loans oi apples nau been shipped from that place. Charles Strawn and wife are rejoic ing over the arrival of a fine boy baby at their home Sunday morning, Xov. 22, 1890. Charlie says he came hollowing for protection. SchulteBro s. have about completed the hitch rack around the square. It is a No. 1 job, tli9 posts teing squared burr tak with two gas pipes, to each division, thus making it impossible lor horses to get under, over or oetween. B. O. and Charles Cowan were in Kansas City last week and returned with n flna hunch of feeders about SU. John and Will Hodgin were also down. bringing back about yu or iwi ueorge Quick is thinking of feeding quite a number if be can find what he wants. Ho went down this week to look over the market. It is regarded in Jefferson City as practically -settled that Chairman Ro- 7otl nf Ihn Pnn. Rtntn rnmroitteo. is to be rewarded with the appointment as laoor commissioner lur aerviuro icuuci ed in the deal which resulted in getting Jones off the track. Glad that our Bon nie Lonnie sees the work of the aid so ciety in the true light. Th.St rinin Knmihlii?. winch was one or the most rabid advocates of Bry an and Bryanisra during the late cam paign, now says in its business review: "On all sides signs continue to multiply mat DUBIueSH IS UUUB HUID UCI1IK r?iutj liohoil nn n liaain nr confidence in both the present and future." Coming from such a source, this confession is import ant. Ira Davis, the thirteen year old son of Eph Davis, met with a painful and ..tn.r orinnii ur-riHor.t Infit TlllirsilaV. He was hauling wood and in some man ner fell from the waeon. the wheels pas sing over his right leg, breaking it just nhnvn th icnop. i Jr. sinrreu reuueeu the fracture and at this writing the vnnno man in Uetlinff aloDC 88 DlCelV as coulfl De expecieu unoer me ciruuiu stances. Corning Chronicle. Tl.o rViminir mill ImH been under going a general overhauling during the past three weeKs. a new uouer, a new furnace and other new machinery has been placed in the mill. Messrs. Hornig and Stolp Bros., are to be congratulated in their efforts t Keep me uorning miu among the best improved mills in North west Missouri. The mill resumed busi ness again Tuesday, is running nicely. and the boys are better prepared than ever to look after the milling business Corninc Chronicle. riurina tn thn vrv cold weather last Ttiiii-mlnv. nnd a oreat manv of our cus tomers not Deing aoie 10 mieuu our cloak sale, we have purchased a line of sample wraps, "8 in all, at 33 1 3 off of nrimionaia nripn. thun cnvinir vou an od- imrtunitv to purchase wraps for the novt Hi iiavn nt lenathnn wholesale Drice This is the grandest offering we have ever been able to make on Jackets.Capes and iihildrens wraps, iou are etspeu' cinlly invited to inspect mese goous Verv Resnv.. Jessk C. Pitts, Oregon, Mo TO ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS VIA BTJBIiINOTOM AUUJlJS. Two splendid through trains each day from Missouri River points to the north ,.; thonlil nntabhshed Burlineton Route simiT Pitv Line. Day Train has Unnanmn nhoArvation vestibuled sleen ere, free chair cars, and dining cars (north of Council Bluffs). Night Tram kna hnnJonma aloAnara to Omaha. Coun cil Bluffs and Sioux City, and parlor cars Sioux City north. Consult Ticket Agent. L. W. Wakelev. G. P. A Vine Hovet, Agent,. St. Louis, Mo. Forest City, Mo. CLARK O. PROUD, Druggist $ Pharmacist OltKUON, M1SSOUKI. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by Careful and Competent Pharmacists, From Pure and Unadulterat ed Drugs. Carry a Full Line of Paints, Oils, Wall lniir, Toilet Articles, ami ev erything usually kept in a First-Class Drus Store, M Soli at LOWEST PRICES. r3?Ilo sure and civo me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Gti nnd see the fine lino of candies at Henry Molter's. Ask fnr Powell's Lulu 5-cent cigar the best on the market. How about that wood you promised ? We need it at once. Mrs. Cora Fitts has been quite sick, but is now much better. Vlin vim nan!, a ten cent btuokc. for." cents, smoke Powell's Lulu. Mr?. Annie Harris, of this city, ln.s a nice lot of choice celery for sale. - If you Jrant the best mince meat call on Mrs. M. Sayltv wtiocao supply you. "We don't know what you think nhnnt it." but we reed that wood you said you wood bring in. J. D. Oianue and wife, of Corning, are delighted on account of a baby-boy comimr to their home on Friday last. Nov. 20. 1800. Ed. Colwell handed us an ear of corn Monday evening this week that is a freak, hair of the grain on me ear Do ing a bright red and the other half yel low. Ho says it is a McKinlev ear. H If U'.inilriin' tint blacksmith of Corning, had his shop entered on Friday night or last weiiK, aim a numoer oi tools stolen. The thieves also broke in to Eio. Smith's applo house: hero they cot nothing. We this week purchased a line or sample Blankets, 37 pair, nt off of u-hnlpsnlft nrice. Call and price these Blankets. It will bo a great saving to you in buying. Very Truly, Jkssf. C. Fitts. All members of Meyer Post, G. A. R., are urgently requested to be present at the next meeting of the post, on the flenember 12th. Officers ore to elect, and other matters of import ance demands the attention of mem bers. New Grocery Store -IN- Forest City, TQo. Mr- Jacob Limpp has opened up at his old stand in Forest City a full m and fresh line of GROCERIES, CONFECTIONS, CANNED G000DS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. Lunch Counter in Connection He extends n cordial invitation to his former patrons and the public in general tn rnll nn 1 Kurt him. insnect stock and get prices. Respectfully, JACOB LITOPP. V nrn porrv to learn that F. L Z-Her has been quite sick recently, caused by sustaining internal injuries .., r.ilhniT frnm II In9il 1)1 1VI)C . HO IS sunie better at present, and was able to b on the streets -Monday ot ims ween for the first time. r. J Mnnrn nnd .1. A. Kreek have been tendered the nppointmenfof alder ... . i... t ,i niAn fnr thn u i'GL warn, uv .uinur .I kire. vice Messrs. O'Fallun and Murray msiuned. Tlie aiiDoitiimenis are aiosi escellent lines', and will give general satisfaction to our people, wi believe ir vr.ii want, a nice lunch, hot or cold, cheeee, bologna, lunch ham.cauned nruuia u-piner wursi. liver wursi. oys- tpra. iro nnd see Henry -uouer, nasi suie ' . a. If li . . - , .,r c.,n:.r Will erve or sell in anvwav quantity. In addition he carries an el egant line ol line canines, uuuiuu Uigurs nnd tobaccos. --John Zachman feels -jailed upon to mil. liimsnir in shane to sjnnly the en tire community wuu ice me coaung summer, anil as a consequence lie nas lot thn rnntr.-ict for the DUiltlmg of an ice house, that will have a capacity of 200 loads. Our people should appreciate IHIS Kinu Ol enivrpiiED. They nre having a goou aauuain c.iirw.l n Mill Creek, under the tlirct: tion of Barney Kunkri, assistea by cntn- netent teachers, unsi aaooaiu o. Manita irhn h.nu fur thirtv.fiVH venrs been in the Sabbath school work, yisited that school anu mauo some excellent ramartlR linnn the lessons. He is a very ratirinir m:m. vei neniwavs nas a couu worJ for Sabbath schools. herevor he visits Sabbath schools he is most cor dially welcomed, as he has the gooit n-rlr Trntlv nr. nfnrl. Holt countv had a votintr nonulation on November :id of 1 1S5. At least that many voted. Two years ngo the vote cast was only 3,(i71. Supposing her to tnl nnnnlnliiin ti he live times her vot mr nnimiiiMiin. sne now nas .i. neo T.tn rnsiilentH within her border. If these figures could be taken as trust worthv. the county's population has in xnancwi 4 Ui.i tviLnin ilia nnsi two years In 1890 the total vote polled was 3214 or a population of 10,070. In 1S02 the vote w.l.(S2 or a population of 18.410, ornn increase cf 2..510. In ISW the vote was .1074 and n population of lS;570,while the Inl.l nf mU 1V51Q luit nirrht. lpS3 thai) that polled in IS'.ti, whilethe vote polled in lSDG was Stfl larger than in 1892 and 811 larger than in 1894. Thus it will be ouan thnt nr nnnnlnt ion nrrrnnlinfif to the vote polled increased 2140 from 1S90 to 1892 and lost 40 in population be tween 1S92 and 1891. and gained 491."i hAticcnn 1894 end IMAi. nn increoee in population over that of 1S90 of C355, an average increase of 1000 population an nuallv. which would brim? un our pop ulation at the nest census takmg 1900, to about 20,000. NOTICE -IS- Hereby Given. Now at this time it is ordered bv the Countv Court that notice is hereby given to all those who are delinquent in ine payment of their interest on school fund bonds to February I, A. D., 896. and the taxes on the real estate securing ihe same. hat unless paid on or aurmg he first week of December. 896. an order of foreclosure will be made. By order of County Court: Attest: J. H. u uuk i ia. County Clerk. Services at tho Presbyterian church this Friday evening. 11. Philbrick is having an ice house dug ou Ins residence premises. ' Piv..II'm "H.-ird-Times' cicar, - for.i cents, is better than the majority of 5 cent cigars. r.nr Prt;livi..ri:in friends tiave purchased the Isaac L imb property, as a parsonage. Uetnember vou can buy a lyiipe or Jacket at Fittb' at XI ir cent lets than recular price. Do not fan to iook his stock over. Don't forcet Mr. Murray s premiums on Chrvsanthemuns, ai me insuiuip nBjtt. week. Make a display, and try and capture the $."i.00. - -There will be a communion eeruce at the Presbj terian church isiibbatti morninirnnd an otleriiig lilleu lor uie cause of home missions. Until fnri ir notice mv preachinu hour in Oregon will lw Sunday morning at 11: a. m.. and at Xickell s Orovd at p. m., the same day. J. 11. Kiri.ixr.r.i:. See change in T. L. Price s ail., tins Ir fta hni furtv heaters on lianu yet, and if low prices will make thorn go will not carry any over, .ui i uw you want a bargain. P.e pure and patronize tho Uins t;-.n Y P s.C K uiusicale for Dec.9'.h. given to raise a fund for the purchasing of anew church organ, which they are in sore need of, iwyonu an uouou Strayed from my farm, two miles east of Oregon, Saturday. Nov. i, two roil hull cnlven nnd one Imht red heifer calf, about three mouths old. Liberal reward will be given ror return oi tame to my place. William PnssKM- rir Fimlldv rennrts tho following nrrirnlR in the vicinity of Xew Point: Saturday, Nov 14lh. to w. u.. liooenson and wife, a girl, weunesuay, uv. i-im, in Clark Smith and wife, a girl. I n- day. Nov. 20th, to Lou Anderson and wife, a boy. CiMMiv- f!rfk school district expects .. . to complete their new scnooi noueu u Mi. Krct nf Hprpmber. The building is 2IW40 feet, and has all the latest appara- ti.ft unil u,iml. Beats. lnev cunirnticii last Saturday with Thomas Kane ,v Co.. 1 .mi.ih thoir nirpnt. II. U. A IllIIIl'l. Ilir worth of ftlrnittire and othernppar atus. A pleasant surprise nt the house of I. M. IjOUCKS, OI minim illiliiui. nisi - r-i .f..t. .1:. i ... , Tinirciliiv Vnv 19. his TCtli birthday. His children anil a numoer oi ins inraus ut nn.l nlohmlcil the event. All wero hiuh v entertained. .Mr. Ijoiicks ai though nb'.e to be around, has been ar llicted with rheumatism tho past few vear?. Ho was 2nd lieutenant of Co. C. lth M. S. M.. serving three yeaw. Messrs. Thomas Cottier,.!. Allabaclc and Charles Wylie by their united ef forts have now llio sencme. 10 put i ditch from the mouth of Tarkio river, thence in a southerly direction to me Missouri river, nearly accomplished. Thev intend to commence this work nnrl Tnrw1aV This llltcll Will De tlie becinning of a drainage canal for the alley commencing at .uounn ouj. 'rUa lnflma nid society of the Pres liv'nan church met at Mrs. S. heeves M..,1v nftornnnn nf this Week anil made a reiort of the proceedings ir tlie societv to date, and a very Hattering one. Their object is to raieo suflicient funds tnlmrnr Imilil a n:irsonaire. nnd report 8:125 raised up to the present date. We understand tney are ugurniK i'" chasing the Lamb property and having t remodeled. Tho musicalo at the Presbyterian .i..,r,.l, n 'I'lii.Kilnv eveninc of this week i... Mica Volhn n.-irnps.nf Tarkio. assisted by Misses Carrie and LeonaSchulte.Sa villa llulev, uucy reier !" .ii' Donald, was an entertainment of the hhthpst order, and proved a musical treat to our most critical. The program was made up of selections from mo e.-j lghest 'omposer?, anu eacn nuunri nxouisitelv. as well as seemingly faultlessly rendered. Miss Nellie is a iharming little lauy, anu intpi ....incnpi-iniilv hnnrt.v nnil welcome from the people or Oregon, where she lived when a more child. The audience, p-r haps, was not as large as the high order of the entertainment deserved; it was n.ii.rLn .,ifiil ciypil nr.e and a very IU' t I I in " ' i..'.- critical one, and especially s, consider avfrcmi, r iiifinrtreeauie Hfitinn. Bradstreet's review of trade for last i..k cui-o- Tho Tnnrti nf wheat (Hour neon Diijc. - ' " I ' . included us wheat) from both coasts of the United statps ami irom ..umii.-..i amount to 4,t;i,."l."i bushels this week, the heaviest week's total since the sec- id week of September, is'.", i ms -i increase of about I.OO0.CO0 bushels over last week, or more than i;.00,00t shels over the correspond one year ago. more man i.iw.vw bushels as compared with m:e woeK in - . . .tii,VlUtfk l.ncliol lB'.l '.it, a gain or nooui , ivMnl with tho corresptmiiing as f tan'! ..ml nf mnre than "COWl f-,- 1ft IUII HI!" V " . bushels us compared with the like wet-U l 1S92. Ksportsof inuian com . Iso increased heavily, amounting to 7S2.00 busheN this week, compar-id ith '"7m bushels last week, 1.921.0K bushels in the like week last year, and 7ory much smaller totals in corre.-ponu ing periods in three preceding years. Half Rates Plus S2.00. BURLINGTON ROUTE wt nril Vnrthwest. Xov. '. To 1 th, December 1st and loin, round trip. 20 Ua'8 limil, l" W "ynming, Utah. HlacK nuis ami u-fri.i... parts ot Colorado, apienuiu iiiiuuK. trains ot chair cars (seat- free), nnd i i ,mi.iriiniint observation lilimcumt; ijii.. . vesti ibule sleepers. Only dininz car ue to Ci r, . ut f mis and Kansas 170U1CI 1 w-. ty. cafe plan (pay only for what you on rder). The Burlington Koute is me ongi inal Harvest excursion hhu. magnificent corn crop of Nebraska. ,i i-;nar1 fnr nnmnhlets the i Send Missouri nnd Nebraska, and consult on local i agent for rates and train service. L. W. W AKtiLiri , u. i. .i. IXE HOVEV, Agent. St. Louis, Mo Forest City, Mo. j ; - x ' . , r i -T- r l"rp-i-ltlini arrrntlrrniii- I II III l'"i"i'l'-l by il. i.rnlyh; l.y I If If J J .iimitK'iil iili:nm:ull-. J. C. PHILBRICK. Druggist- vou PURE DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, TOILET ARTICLES. FINE PERFUMES. CIGARS AND TOBACCO, PATENT MEDICINES. FANCY STATIONERY, 'School Books and Supplies. Call and See Me for Bargains. J, C. PHILBRICK, Dniist, OREGON, MO. John Philbrick, the druggitt, want to see you. Mrs. Fannie Findlev, of Xew Point, who has been sick for the past ten days, is much better. Try Henry Molter for oyster?, b i loua, chetse, weiner wurst, lunch ham, fresh crackers, etc. H. C. Schmidt is going around on crutches with a sprained ankle, caused by slipping from a wagon. Mra. T.. .T. IJnev. of Xew Point, who was verv low from the ellects of a siirsi cal operation, is now rapidly recovering. 1ntrnni7e li. C Powell, the ciirar nmL-fr. nnil thus encouraifo a home ill- .liwtrv nnd nt thn s inie time net better cigars than you can buy anywhere else. Wn linnn r.ur farmers and hortlCUl- t:irists will attend the farmer's institute which meets in this city next Tuesday and Wednesday, December 1st and "Jd. Buy your Capes and Jackets at Fitts.' Vnn net them at 1', less than ever before, having bought aiinuof tam- nle Wraps atiKs1. oil of regular whole sale price. - List of letters remaining in the postollico at Oregon, Mo., for week end ing Xov. 27, 18:Mi": In calling for these please say "advertised:" Henry E. Coal man. F. Finley. Ueorge W. Beanies, Mrs. E. M. Kile, Mrs. John Maude. Mrs. S. XolBnd. Henkv SitfTTs, P. M. The program committee or tho Christian church. V. P. S. C. E.. arrang ing fnr tho ninsinnl nnd literary enter tainment for December 9th, were unabto to imvo nrosiram. this weett, but waicn for it next week and expect a rousing good treat. The 1 . P. fc. U. fcid cer tainly need your assistance, as they wish to bllv an organ for the church. Personals. EI wood McDonald and wife.ot St. Joseph, Sunilayed in Oregon. Albert Hoeckor and wife were yisit ing in Mound City, this week. Ilnrvnv Kviins is tiassiiii; Thnnks- giving with his parentn in Valley Falls, Kansas. Ed Fiegenbaum is in Kansas City. this week, buying (its holiday stoc-c ot jewelry. Mra. M;n.i Cnrrv and childree nre in St. .liwi'tili. this week, with the "old folks at home." J. H. C. Curtis and Frank Foster toak in the foot ball game in St. Joseph Thanksgiving day. Dave Wallace is now a resident of Forest City, having removed there from near Xapier a few weeks ago. Xed Rostock and Pembroke Btaneli ard wt-M in St. Joseph Siturday night and returned Sunday afternoon. Jonas Watson and daughter, Mies Jennie, were interviewing the wholesale merchants ot St. Joseph last Tuesday. - Prof. Henry Fiegenbaum, principal or the Horton," K insas. public school.-', was at home this week, the schools there having a week's vacation. -Miss Jennie McDonald, who has been undergoing treatment in St. Jo seph's hospital at Mary villo for the past two months, returned home this week. - We acknowledge a very pleasant call from Ej. Smith, of Corning, lust Monday. He came down and tiled his bund and was sworn m as J. P. of Lin coln township. SheritT Edwards was in St. Joseph, Tuesday of thi- week, where ho was a partv to a suit, but we do not know the result of the suit, whether he was suited or non-suited. - Hi Montgomery, wife and child of Skidmore, passed Thanksgiving with Crandpa and Grandma Montgomery in Oregon. Hugh Montgomery and wife, ot Mound City, were also down. F. S. Uostock and wife were visit ing old friends in Watson, Atchison countv, and Hamburg, Iowa, this ami last week. I'Vrd returned Monday, uui hi.: IV if uent on to Glenuood, whereshe will remain for a few days. 'I'lio foil' wing purties from here are -1 . . , . i. T I in Kansas ;iiy: i. - Moore, Ed. Fiegenbaum and iieorge . Quick. They all claim business ca lei . . . . .. . i. . r I. ..II them, tint m our opinion inn nn. game there on i nannsgiviuK ii.i., the real cause. Andrew Tochterman, who has been ...(;.. I.. Iwiinn in liberty, liay county, for some time, returned to Ore ton last Monday and will make this his future home. Andy sats mere mere ia no place likn Oregon, and he was only too glad of an oppormniij io remm. Chat lev Keyt. who used to live with his parent on the farm no- owned by J. C. Cruier. and whose parents ineu there, is now a resident of Verdo:i. X braska,where he is engagid 1 1 mo r. lan China hog business, and prospermg reasonably well. He attended the Zach ary Poland-China hog sale in this county I1T 1 1 ,.f Inut It illA Temperance Meeting At Xew Point next Sunday evening. Xo vcmlier at under the auspices of the W. V. T. U. The. following program will ! carried out: "Christian Citizenship." Jonas Wag ner. 'Tobacco," Fred I'otkin. "Teuiperaniv;," IJ. O. Cowan. 'Temperance Teaching in thi' Sunday School." Daniel Hardman. lbert Hardman will give a talk to the children: there will also liesongs and recitations by the little folks. Iet every Ixnlv attend. BARGAINS. We are now making Cut Prices on all lines. Come in and see our new line of These goods will please you, and you will certainly buy if Low Prices are an inducement. Call at once and convince yourself that we are selling goods LOWER than any one else. J. Watson fc 0o G. W. CUMMINS DESIRES YOUR TRADE And invites you to call and examine his WINTER STOCK. The Largest and Best Assortment in the county, embracing Clothing. Overcoats, Underwear, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Etc., In fact, we carry any and everything to be found in a First class stock of general merchandise. Call and see us for we can and will please .you in ev erything. G. W. CUMMINS, Orep, Mo. The Weber Wagon. The Best Material, The Best Ironed, The Lighest Running, The Finest Painted, The market for the least money. It stands the wear where others go down. Come and get a Weber Wagon when you want value re ceived. Old wagons taKen m excuauge. D M. MARTIN, OREGON, Try Powell's "Hard Times" cigar, 2 fori! cents. , ., , i -Xw is tho tim to eunscnue mr voar winter reading. Here is an unprec edented offer: For ilM we will send vou The Sf.ntisi.u nnd your choice or one or the following papers: Toledo Blade. Xew Yotk Tribune or Inter Ocean. Remember thepe are the best weeklies published and are 81 each per venr. hut we will give you your choice or one of them and The Sestisf.i. for the price cf Tim Sestinki. alone, 81.50. This is a cash-in ndvanco offer. MISSOURI. "We don't know what you think r.bout it," but we need that wood you paid you wood bring in. T. O. Kreek, Oregon, Mo., has .V head of Tull blooded Poland China pigs, male nnd remale. Prices to suit the time?. Take your prescriptions to John Philbrick. the druggist. He makes a specialtv of prescription work, lou will always tint what you want in drugs or druggists sundries when you call on him. Vc.