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VOLUME XXXIV.
OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1898.
NUMBER 30.
We Are Headquarters
HOLIDAY GOODS
See us before buying. The largest stock
in the city. You can't go astray if you come
to us' for goods that will make useful and
handsome presents.
Special Inducements in Clothing.
In order to close out and jeduce our im
mense stock of clothing, we will make cut
prices on all lines until January 1, 1899.
J. Watson &Co.,
OREGON, MO.
BEHTOH'S CORNER.
(It will pay you to read this each week.)
Some Bargains in Farms and Town Property.
80 aero farm, 35 acres with fino black jack timber, 2 houses, good stable, pood
well, fenced all around with 7 wires, some grass, miles north of Forest City,
2 miles from Napier. Price, 814.00. A bargain for some one. A house with "7
rooms, stables, etc., with 1 to a acres of ground,1.; mile east of Oregon. See me the
price I will make you will put you in possession'of a good home 5G0 acres of wheat
and corn land in the bottom at a bargain. See me if you want a good farm. I
have some very desirable city residence proierty.
Yours For Business,
JEt. C. BElsTTOU,
Heal Estate and Insurance,
OREGON, : MISSOURI.
IB6R9BRiBnflKanHH
havo just received our third supply or Heating Stoves, and arc selling
them at reduced prices.
We take old stoves in on new stoves.
We have every style of Heating Stoves.
We have a full line of Cooking Stoves and Ranges at the lowest price.
We sell everything in the Hardware and Tinware line.
Complete stock of Skates and Sleds.
We have a nice assortment of Shot Guns, Ritlcs and Revolvers.
We have Hog Fencing, Barb Wire and Wire Nails by the car load and arc
selling them at the lowest prices.
We are just receiving a new supply of Pocket Knives, Shears, Razors, Table
Knives and Forks and Siooiis for the Holiday trade.
OREGON,
MISSOURI.
AIKEN'S DRUG STORE.
Have you called at the above store and looked
over their line of Holiday Goods? If not, it will
pay you to do so. They have an elegant lino of
Books, 3Ie(lallioiiM, Dressing and Toilet Cases,
Collar and OulT Iioxes, GIoe and Handkerchief
Boxes, Art Novelties, Etc. The Finest line of
Dolls in the city. Store in Woodland Hotel
Block, Oregon, Mo.
S. W- JIKEU, 0RE60I, TOO-
E. P. Hostetter,
OREGON, MO.,
For Dainty Line of
Bon Bons, Creams and
Mixed Candies.
Candies of all kinds and grades
from 8 1-3 cents a pound up. These
are all new and fresh lines laid in
especially for the Holiday Trade.
Local matter will be found on the
inside pBgfg, this week.
CANDIES. NUTS and FRUITS,
BOXES, PAILS and BARRELS
of them at
Li. I. MOOKE & CO'S.
Quality Large, Larger, Largest.
Quality Good, Better, Best
Price Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest.
See our ij cent pound Candy, others
sell it at 83 cents a pound.
Our Nuts Are All New.
Fancy and useful CHINA WARE,
GLASSWARE and QUEENSWAKE,
Pocket and Table Cutlery.
Our Prices Are Right.
Special attention given to buyers for
Sunday schools and school teachers.
Come and See Us,
L. I. MOORE & CO.,
GROCERS.
OREGON, MISSOUK
Phone 7.
See Zook's city photos enlargements
They are up to date and prices reason
able. See those handsome footstools, has
socks, rugs, portieres, etc., at Denny A
VanBuskirk'e.
For Christmne and Holiday presents
see John Pbilbrick. He has the stock,
nnd will make the prices to suit your
pocket book.
Christmas presents should be selec
ted early, before the rush. See our great
selection aud hive you presentsset aside
T. S. Hinde A Son.
Exquisite line of bon-bons, in choco
lates, creams, etc., in handsome boxes
for your sweetheart, at Geo. F.Seeman'e,
the Grocer. Just the thing for a Christ
mas gift.
Schulte Bros., have just received a
car load of the celebrated Henley field
fencing so constructed that it can be used
on hilly and rough ground. They are
selling it at very low prices.
For Horse Blankets, Lap
Robes, Whips, Halters, the best
Wagons and Buggies, go to H. C.
Schmidt, and save money.
We have GO complete sets of dishes
in 8 difforents patterns, which we must
close out to make room for our Christ-
mas stock. If you want a bargain it
will pay you to call and examine. Yours
for low prices.
J. iS. Zachman & Uo.
You all know who carries the finest
line of Christmnst goods, but I want to
give vou a special invitnt on to come in
this year and feast your eyes on our im
mense line of Fine Art Goods, Toys,
Dols, Books, Bibles, Albums, Violins,
Accord eons, Ac. In fact, the finest line
ever shown in Holt county. Clark O.
Proud's drug ntore.
Do You Know
anything about the quality of cloth?
Can you disprove the statements
so carelessly made by some about
all wool goods? Nine out of tm
men can't, they depend on their
tailor. If you can appreciate a good
thing when you seo it, I am bound
to please,you and am sure of receiv
ing your order for the next suit you
are going to have made. A trial
will convince you.
Rapp The Tailor,
114 North Fifth Street,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
You can get the photo buttons and
pins at. Zook's Gallery.
J. N. Zachman & Co. will buy your
poultry at Oregon, at all times, at cur
rent market prices.
One of those beautiful pictures at
Denny A VanBuskirk's would rotke a
nice Christmas present. Call and see
them.
Hot lunch at the Denver Bakery
beefsteak and eggs, bread butter and
hot coffee, locts. Pies, cookies and all
kinds of cold lunch.
J. N. Zachman & Co. for
Christmas Dishes at reduced
prices.
How about Christmas and Holiday
goods? Buy early and get first choice.
We can suit you.
John Piiiuikick, Druggist.
W. B. Day, the saw mill man. is in
the field for your lumber trade, and is
now sawing on the Henry Minton land,
2i miles southwest of Napier. He is
prepared to fill your bills on short notice.
Do you iike mince pie? Of course
you do what a question to ask any
saneperson. Well, don't bother about
making your own mince meat too
much trouble Just go to Mrs. Sales.'
who has a choice lot that she has just
made and she knows how too and
get what yiu want,
A few articles mentioned be
low any one of which will make a
handsome
CHRISTMAS GIFT
for your friends.
Ladies' Kid Gloves, warranted $1 00 pr
Gentleman's Kid Gloves, warranted 1 00 pr
Gentleman's Kid Gloves, silk lined 1 SO pr
Ladies' Kid Mitts, fur top 50 pr
Gentleman's Kid Mitts 50 pr
Child's Kid Mitts , 33, 43 and 50c pr
Gentleman's Initial Silk Handkerchief 50c
Gentleman's Linen Handkerchief 10, 20,25 and 50c
Ladies' Swiss Embroidered Handkerchiefs 10, 15, 20, 25, 35 and 50c
Childrens' Silk Handkerchiefs 10c
Mufflers, Silk or Wool 25, 33, 50c, S1.00 and 31.50
Gentleman's Neck Ties 23 and 50c
Ladies' Muffs $1.50, 82.00 and 2.50
Ladies' or Child's Cape or Jackets 81.00 to 811.00
Gentleman's Cap 23, 50, 75c and 81.00
Handsome Clothes Hampers 90c, 81.00, 81.50, 82.00 and 82.2.
Waste Baskets 35, 50, C5, 75 and 80c
Work Baskets 10, 15, 23, 50 and C3c
Pocket Books and Purses 5, 10, 23, 50 and 75c
Chcnillo Stand Covers 50c, 81.50 and 82 00
Chenille Portieres 8350 and 85.00
Tapestry Portieres 82.50, 83.50 up to 86.00
Table Linen and Napkins to Match 8250 up to $7.50
Linen Towels 10, 15, 23 and 50c
Dress Patterns 81.00 up to 89.00
Ice Wool Fascinators ,.. 50c, 81 00 8150
We could suggest still other
things, but if what you need is not
mentioned above, come in and ask
for it. We have it lor you no doubt.
Yours for a Merry Christmas,
JESSE C. FITTS,
The local W. C. T. U. will celebrats
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
Crusade at the home of the President,
Mrs. Ora Hunt, Friday afternoon De
cember 23r;l, at 2 o'clock. Come and
bring a friend.
It takes too much space to enumer
ate the toys we have fcr the Holiday
trade. All we nsk is for you to come in
and look for yourselves. Can give you
the stock to make selection from.
John Philhuick, Druggist.
Geo. K. Hibbard is studying dent-
- i . i - r-fc- n v om;tk nf r-.,nrl
lairy UuUcr u i j . . uuiivu, ui xuuuuu
City.
On Friday evening, Dec. 23. the
Ebenezer Sunday school will hold their
Christmas entertainment, beginning at
7:30. There will be a handsome Christ
mas tree loaded with presents nnd a
suitable program will be rendered. An
admission fee of ten cents will be
charged.
WII.YI SHALL
.... -
FOR
CHRISTIES
PRESEJITS? ;
V,
. ui stion oitcn a!,i.i! ami -i liioni diiiitoi in tim . aim to :-a!.;.-
... tRidt' m-'tv ilt-.uly. "you h.iv.- to he .hn, y.. "uv
have ti -hfv v"' not. -imply. lrvau-r you "I.ivr in M's-..-iri.
hut u; ord r that you m ty .kvil-. not only, what to buy. . at h it
kimi to buy.
I J. . ou ' i-.1i t.. buy a Watch :.ny sie. kind or mtalit '
CAREY E. MURKER,
TTTE JEWELER OF OREGON HAS THEM.
iVr'' .ii- :! - KiiiLr. t I i ni'n n, an ' a Ruby. hiinr.tiii. (i.-.nx t.
sapt.h'irr "i -.tint- ota- r knt.i of a -.ton.- -ttiii-j - or it in ty bo an
F:ira. l or a i'iain Hval Rin I'.unkt r has tlu-in from I u t"
r higher jiruo! i;-s to onkr trom s. -lection
Aio carrier a full line ot ood jtuehy. Muh a- Watui bains
i "harm and Locket . C tiff 'Button-. Bracelets, Brooches. Pin-.
Stick Pin-. Pin Sets Gold Pens. &c. Sterling Silver Novelties,
-nth a- Nail File-. Manicure Sci-sor-. Kmhroidcry Scissors, Cold
Cream jars. Match Safe-. Mirror-. Combs. Brushes &c.
s-:i 'T plated ware Rogers Bros. S-, Knives and Fork-,
spoons. Oyster Forks. Fruit Kni.-. Berry Spoons. Sugar Spoon
and Butter Knives.
Cluck-- Wood. Wood Fna:iH-ltd. Nuke!. Pt.r.c!air. o;t
'Whoroito vim it tin- worth ofvoiir nnnn7" Sol
"in tin' StraH "of Nation-." out in ISuiikor's .Itjwvlrj
Store.
A!-o make-a specialtv oi fin. U aUh. Chad; am: loeir and
-pecta'le Repairing
Another nice pr. nt o!ild be a pair of Spectacle-, accurately
;nd -ricnt'ficallv ad:u-t d bv
: CARRY I;. Bl'XKHK -:
Optician and Jeweler,
Why Not
Get the benefit of the
McKinley Good Times.
Go to
PETREE 15R0S
and change your 8 per cent loan to
5 per cent.
Cbioaware cheap at Moore's.
Frank Cheeaman, who used to be in
the barber business at Mailland. was re
cently shot at Brownville, Nebraska,
where he is residing. The wound is
thought to be a dangerous one.
After January 1 the 6tamped en
velopes issued by the postofBce depart
ment will have a red stamp of exactly
the same shade bb the carmine 2-cent
stamp. This is in accordance with nn
article in the international postal agreo
ment. which requires all issues of the
same denomination of a 6tamp to be
uniform in color. The department will
this month begin substituting the red
stamp on enveloped for the green.
5
QE0RQE F. 8EEMM,
M THE GROCER
Oregon, Mo.,
Has the Largest Supply of Holiday
Candies, Nuts, Etc.
Choicest Line of Table Supplies a Specialty.
Telephone, No. 01.
BEST TRAINS
Bissell's Carpet Sweepers.
TKppoUV QtoTirlorrl CO 7C
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Nebraska, Colorado.
Montana, Black Hills,
Utah, California,
Pugei Sound,
Chicago and St. Louis.
llfESTlBULEO THROUGH TRAINS,
sleepers, dining cars,
CHAIR CARS ("e?).
fssell's GranS Rapids 3.
Bissgll's Arn'rle's Qneen 3.50
The finest finished and easiest working Sweeper on the
market. If you want the BEST buy the IS ISSELL'S Sweeper,
they are first class and make a very useful Christmas present.
ELLIOT MARSHALL. Div.Pss.AQTST.JOSEPH,Mq
HOWARD ELLIOTT, CEffL MGR.. ST. JOSEPH. MO
W. WAKE LEY- CCN-L PASS. AO!-ST. LCUS.MO
VJXE HOVEY, Agent,
Forest City, Mo.
Reduced Rates.
Tickets on sale at Forest Citvas notic
ed below:
Homeseekers tickets. Oetobpr IS. No
vember 1 and 15. Dwomlipr r. nnit on
One fare plus $2 for round trip.
IT
i5u iiovF.Y, .-genr,
Kli.iott Marshal, Forest Citr.Mo
D. F. and P. A., St. Joseph, Mo.
in our stock are suitable for presents, Silver Knives and Forks,
Shears and Scissors, Pocket Cultery, Razors, Sewing Machines,
Heating and Cooking Stoves, Delft Ware, Nickel and Copper
Ware, Ac.
See SANTA GLAUS and send him to our store and we
will lit him out for you.
T. L. PRICE, - Hardware,
OREGON, MO.
the
at
Miss Emma Price hns been on
sick list the past week.
-See thosB fancy parlor chairs
Denny nniiusuirk s.
MONEY enn be saved by buying
your Holiday goods at Tom Hinde's.
A nice line of Cooking Stoves nnd
Ranges at the lowest prices at Schulte
Bros.
of Holiday conds useful nud beautiful
presents for the old and the vnunfr.
T . 11... f
runrnu Qjonifin lino Inuf in tttr-
the Holidays, the largest stock of can
dies iuht hroiiL'lit to tins citv. Thir. is
nlliuial, and an investigation will prove
our assertion.
Valley Lily Flour beats them all.
J. N. Zachman & Co.
Hot and cold baths are now on tap
at C. C. Philbrick9 barlicr shop, and
now do keep clean.
- Stark Nursery will not rob you in
either prico, quality, name whole root
trees.
E. L. Broiiiikcic, salesman, Oregon, Mo.
E. Overman has opened a boot and
shoe repair shop in the building, first
door north of Denver Bakery. Go and
see hira whon your shoes need repairing.
Good roads agitation in Missouri
has led to the preparation of a bill to be
presented lo the nest legislature pro
viding for a tax of t!o cents on each bar
rel of beer for the purpose of road im-1
provoment.
Do lou want a Christmas nrpsent?
Buy a nico rocker at Denny A VanBus
kirks.
Schulte Bros., are iust receiving
their third supply of new Heating Stoves
and are selling them at reduced prices.
Santa Claus has just returned from
Cuba and will make his headquarters at
Tom Hinde's Drug Store 'tili after Christ
mas. Buy your Christmas presents from
John Philbrick. The nicest line ever
brought to the city. Useful and hand
some, and cheaper than ever.
Dried Pears, Peaches, Silver
and Black Prunes, Figs.Raisins,
Currants, etc., at J. N. Zach
man & Go's.
You will mis3 the chance of your
life if you fail to go to Clark O. Proud'a
drug Btor?. and inspect his magnificent
display of X-mas goods, for his display
in this line is simply grand, and he ex
tends to jou nil a tpt-cial invitation to
como in and fee.
Oh. my, Oh. me. the "Cake Walk"
at the Court House, Friday evening,
Dec. 1G - ha. Im, ha! ho, ho. ho! Oh,
but it will be a corker. Some of our
leading socu ty people, both Indies and
gentlemen, will walk f.ir Ihf cake. We
maj publin a litt of those who will take
part in the walk, next week.
The D. C. Foos dwelling, east of
Mound City, was entirely destroyed by
lire on Sunday evening of last week,
Deirabir 4th. The family was away
visiting with neighbors at the time. Mr.
Focm formerly lived ne:ir Richville and
mowd tit hit nnw Iioidh iibjut one year
ago. Too loss is a total one. as he carried
no jt?urance. Ve regret very much to
her.' of this misfortuno overtaking Mr.
Foe.
entire
m
Capes worth - - $ 5.00 for $ 3.50
Capes worth - - 6.00 for 4.50
Capes worth - - 6.50 for 5.00
Capes worth - - 8.50 for 6.50
Capes worth - - 9.50 for 7.00
Capes worth - - 11.00 for 8.50
Capes worth - - 13.50 for 10.00
Capes worth - - 15.00 for 11.00
Jackets worth - - 5.00 for 3.50
Jackets worth - - 6.00 for 4.50
Jackets worth - - 8.50 for 6.50
Jackets worth - - 10.50 for 7.50
Child's Jackets worth - 1.50 for 1.00
Child's Jackets worth - 2.50 for 1.75
Child's Jackets worth - 3.50 for 2.50
Child's Jackets worth - 5.00 for 3.75
Child's Jackets worth - 6.50 for 5.00
Child's Jackets worth - 8.50 for 6.50
The above prices tell the story about our Stock of Cloaks. You
profit by our losses. The entire stock must be closed out by Janu
arv 1st. Eierht in the midst of the Cloak season we slaughter the
prices. You know a handsome Wrap makes an elegant Christmas
lint. iJ lrst come gets me cnoice or zae good tnmgs.
JESSE O. FITTS,

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