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lljffll VOLUME XXXVI. OREGON. MISSOURI. FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1900. NUMBER 3. Oregon will welcome you all July 4, 1900. Our citizens have decided to celebrate the Nations' birth in her usual grand style. Make a good ready. Come and enjoy yourself. Particulars later. V Deering Ideal Mowers and Binders With Koller and Ball Bearing. Hinder will pass through a if foot gate. Binders, I Mowers, DEERINCi-j J?eFril,B Cor" ,ind,!. Twine, LOil. The Doering Ideal Binders and Mowers are the lightest draft and best made of any on the market. When you are told that this Binder, or Mower, or Twine, or Bake, or Oil just as Rood as tho DEERINf! and for less money, you ought to know that Deering goods are superior to any made. Twine 11c to per nouutl. T. L. PRICE, Hardware, OREGON, MO. are tho FITTS at. 3 c 74c 10 c Wash Dress Goods, all this seasons stylus for hot weather wear, the prices 3c to 45o per yard. 15 pieces striped and figured Lawns 15 pieces corded Dimities Violet Lawns, a nice assortment at Dimities in stripes, figures and solid colors Light Blue, Pink, Lemon and Navy at 15 c Ginghams, Domestics and imported in stripes, plaids and cheks 10c to 45 c White Goods in Dimities, Ind Linens, Swisses, Silk Striped Dimities, Ducks, Piques, Etc. The prices 5, 10, 12i, 15, 20, 25, 'M and 40 c A new lot of Ladies' Neck Wear 25 to 50 c Fancy Colored Parasols $1 to 83 Non-Slipping Cinch Kelts, Head Belts, Chain Kelts, Dog Collar Belts, Leather Belts at 10 to 50 c Please remember t it you can get your muslin under wear of us very cheap, skirts, 50c to 2.25 ;drawers, 50 to 75c ; corset covers, 20 to 50c ; gowns, 50c to 1.50: Ladies' sum mer vests, 5 to 35c. E. Z. Waists for Hoys and Cirls, the best summer waists made, at 25c. We have an immense Hosiery stock of the Famous Topsy brand, for Men, Women, Misses and Children, our 10, 12, 15, 10 and 25c numbers, in all of the different lines, are the best values that money can buy. Call and see us for any thing in our line, as we keep up to date. Yours for Business, J. C. FITTS, OREGON, MO. -Kd. Fiegenbaum, of (Jonov.i Neb., in visiting bis parents in this city. J. J. Pierco and wife were visit ing in Highland, Kansas, this week. ForSaloata Bargain -A double barrelled, hammerless shotgun. Inquire at this ofllee. King Debord, of this county, was a member of tho committee on resolutions at tho Democratic state convention -Mrs. Vining, who lias been making her homo with her daughter near Mait land the past winter, is hero with her daughter, Mrs. Dennis McDermott. i Born to Wes Ham and wife, on" the . 5th inst., a girl. i Henry Shutts is looking after busi n ss interests in Hooks county, Kansas. 1 Dr. Simmons was in St. Joseph Wed i nesday of this week on professional , business. There were Wt present at the M. E. Sunday School last Sabbath, and good congregations, morning and evening. -Charley May, formerly an Oregon boy. !ul who now is located in South St Joseph, sjient Sunday with his cousin. Mrs. MeUerinott and family. Tho Milk Wagon, phone 110. B. An addition to the town of Napier t I was laid out by surioorJ Landon last week. Frank Lottcr, of Maitland, marble ' cutter, is working for Henry Cook in tho 1 . marble yards in this city. " j Mrs. Ada Ueese, of St. Joseph,' j visited her parents, Andrew Burrier and wife, of this city, last week. j Miss Minnie Rostock left Monday J for Columbia, where she will tako the . ; summer course at tho state university, i i Georgo W. Burnett has opened a meat market in It e s old stand, east! side of tho siiuare. Charles Edwards' j is in charge. ; j Miss Mnllie Palmer, who had been 1 chosen as one of tho teachers in tho ' ! Craig school, has resigned to accept a ' , similar jiositioii at Rock Port. i Remember that "Tho Soven Broth- j crs," are now ready to supply you with I brick for any and all purposes. No. 1 , brick, and as cheap as they can bo fur-' nished. The good people of tho Union district had a highly interesting program at their ' children's day en ter tai n raent last S u inlay ; evening. Their collections for foreign missions amounted to the handsome sum of 321.-17. Call and see me, you will savomonev by it. I am now better than ever prepared to repair tine Watches, Clocks, (bins,1 Bicycles, Sewing Machines, Neil Kuukel, Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Machinist, Oregon, Mo. Born to John Greiner and wife. ; Thursday, May III, 1000, a nine-pound: boy. Both child anil mother are doing : well, but John has not fully recovered. ! On the same date toMr..Toslyn and wife' j of near Curzon, a girl. Dr. Si'mons ' says it was not an e.ntra geod day for ! babies either. j I will open a feed store in tho near, future, in tho Richards' building, across I the street from Tiik Skxtinkl olliee. Ij will carrv a full line of all kinds of Feed ; Baled Hay. Baled Straw, Wood, Hard , and Soft Coal. Watch for my date of . openingin the local coluninsof Skxtisi-.i. 1 Respectfully. W. C. Youk. ' I L'st of letters reniaing in the post . , oilice at Forest Citv. Mo., uncalled for. I during tho month of May 1000: Mrs. H. J S. Biggs. Mr. James Cooper, Mrs. Loriua Kins, Mr. A. MeOandless (card). " Miss Cluistinn Zolander. When calling i for any of the nbove li-t please say "ad vertiscd." H. L. Kvekson. Last Friday the twelfth census of; the United States was inaugurated. All ' over tin country, under the congressional j district supervisors, enumerators began! seeking that fund or information that j means bo much to the government in its ' conduct of the state. It is tho duty of every citizen to assist the census takers j all possible. ' Blind Claude, the little musical j wonder, will be in our city Saturday night of this week. Juno 0, and will give j a concert in tho Christian church. All! our people should hear thi little mupical i wonder. Ho is but six years old, blind and crippled. Admission: Adults, 20 , cents; children under twelve tears, ten, cents. Doors will open at 1M p. m. 1 Blind Claude, a 5-year old musical ! wonder, is advertised to givo a concert 1 at tho Christian church in this city on Saturday night, June 9th. .In addition j to the musical ability of tho littla fellow ' 1 being worthy of recognition, he is 1 deserving of patronngo from a charitable j standpoint, as he has cxticrienced extra- ( ordinary misfortunes. He went blind at ' tho nge'of seven mouths and in 1800' with his parents, wascaught in a cyclone' His mother was killed and his left limb i was broken in two places thereby crip pling for life. Tho members of tho Grand Army. officially through its commanding oflicerb' requested some eighteen young ladies j and gontlemen to take charge of the flowers that might be left and make them into boquets, etc., for tho usoof the old I soldiers in depositing them upon the graves or their departed comrades. ! Strange as it may seem thero were but six of these who responded and the task , was a heavv ore for these few. these' young people must feel ashamed of the old soldiers, hence they do not care to do ' such little a-ts for theai. Many of thes. , young people are sons and daughters of veterans ol the civil war, nnd it was through their sufferings and struggles, that has brought these young people; a heritago in the grandest country on God's footstool. For your sake; for the love you bear your fathera; for the love you owe your country: for tho sake of our dear old town, don't let it occur again. "thebest" .Tfcc. McKay Usdtrwiltt. , Fat. May 10 1892. For Sale by J. WATSON & CO. There are many graves in both the cemeteries here that have been sadly neglected by relatives and friends. It is a shame. Theso peoplo live among us and a few hours work would put these . graves in a condition that would con-, vinco tho visitor to the silent city, that the heathens were mighty few among us. Tha graves should be mounded and the weeds and alders cut nwnv. The ! people as a jeoplo should feel thankful to the Chrysanthemum society for using a 1 BENTON'S CORNER. ttnrf of tia munnv m Inrinir tin ti Real Estate for Sale. 1 graveyard put in such excellent shaie. No. 2. 100 acres 0 miles southeast of Oregon. Very good house, farm and ! Somo of these neglectful ones would other out buildings. Young orchard of several hundred trees just getting into 1 feel insulted if you would tell them they bearing. All in cultivation, church on place, school half mile. Price, .12,50 per ' were "short" on someor the linerqualties acre. ' of nature, and yet such is the plain No. 4. Four acres with house or ." rooms and 2 porches screened in, stable I truth when they neglect their duty to room for 5 horses, place divided into :i tlelds on public road in Murray neighbor their dead. They don't like personalities, hood, Forbes township. Price, $T00. " i ou' a list of these "half heathens" is No. .". 105 acres between Oregon and Forest Citv, abjoining public road.with what might be done some future time good orchard. Price, S."0 per acre. " unless they look after the graves of No. H. 81 acres :l miles south of Forest Citv. mxvl linttoni land. Price. S5.000 what was at ono timo supposed to lie rrjl ni.,nu nf fin.. 1 1 o M .1 . - L.. . A ltllmr lnvml imoa " - uwi-n ui urn- iiuiiuiii luim nines souuiensi. in rurintur. i i No. 11. splendid wheat and corn farm with conl imnrnvemenis. Price. 12..r00. No. 12. 75 acres of bottom land S miles south of Oregon, part in cultivation j and balance in timlier. Price, S20 jKr acre. No. 1.1. 80 acres adjoining Napier on the east at Sl." per acre. No. 11. A general stock of merchandise with store building and dwelling for , sale. Best of reasons for selling. Ao. 10 acres ol good land, all in cultivation and fenced hog tight, 2 miles north of Forbes, Holt count, at ftSi per acre. No buildings, but a bargain nevertheless. No. 10. :tO acres in section 32, 02. ."13, near Mound Citv, will sell it, worth the money. I have a good second hand Organ and Piano for sale. Why Not That i Hungry Feeling When you have it toil don't want it. When you don't have it you want. it. This may seem strange , but nevertheless its true, our choice Fresh Groceries first create that hungry feeling and then satisf it. .Besides this we can show you that the more money you spend with us the more you save. No better goods than we handle can be obtained, clean, palatable goods i our hobby. Bring us your Fggs, But ter and Poultry. Orders Solicited. Free and prompt-delivery. Phono 4. Geo. F. Seenian THE GllOCEK, Oiegon, Mo. f James Carder, of Savannah, was here this week, visiting with relatives. Missouri fruit has been awarded the! first premium at the Paris exposition. For Sale A good farm at reasonable terms. Call.or address, J. V atson Oregon, Mo. f et Waltere. who has been so very sick, at the home of M. D. Walker, is now somo bettor. Grace and Hazel Spellman, of Mound Citv, are hero on a visit with Mrs. Andy Tochtoman. Elder Maupin will preach at the Christian church in this city, next Sun day morning. The children's day exercises I will ho held at night. I will sell at private sale my house hold goods, consisting of bed room suit, heating stovo, table, etc. Call on L. b. Crnueaz at Crousaz .t Saal's barber shop. t Childrcns I ay services at tha M. E. church next Sabbath, the 10th inst. A very interesting program will be render ed. The orchestra will assist in the exercises. The Methodists are going to put in a wido hard brick pavement tho entiro length of their church and parsonage property and other substantial and needed improvements. ; Wall Paper! " Wall Paper! Wo now have tho latest patterns and i largest stoek of wall paper in Molt conn I tv. Call and 3co liefore purchasing. Wash Goods! Wash Goods! Wash Goods! Now is tne time to buy Summer Wash Goods, our Hue is complete and prices are the lowest. Seo that line of Lawns on sale for.... Also that lino of Summer Goods for. -Ic per yard . . . .3c per yard Me n ' s and Boy's Clothing. Don't forget that we carry a complete line or Clothing and are selling them at the correct prices, a e them. We have a few suits in Bov's two piece and three piece Suits, that we are making spec- T. S. Hindu fc Son. II ial prices on. SW these before they I are all gone We still Iiao Mime cf those Ladies' Readv-Made Skirts that wo closing lout at great reduced prices, cheaper than they can his made. Al.-o a few Ladies' Tailor Made Suits that have Barg;iin price son them Mrs. George Luckhardt and daughters, Helen and Mildred, of Tarkio, havo been tho guests or drandpa and Grandma Georgo P. Luckhardt, and wife, ' returning homo, this week. ' An extra fine selection of Watches Rings, Sterlinir Silver Novelties and everything needed in tho Jewelry lino at i;i:kv n. ijonkek s, Oregon, Mo. ' In answer to the iucreased passenger tratlic of tho Burlington e western bound business, another train has been added to the B. & M . business It is known as No. If! and 1 1. No 115 going west doen not at stop Forest City, but No. 1 1 does, arriving at 0:15 a. m.. thus enabling passengers to go outh early in the morn ing. County Physician Aiken.assisted by Dr. Chandler, of Forest City, performed laparotomy on Mrs. Schoonover, at tho county hospital ono day last week, re moving a large tumor from the bowels. Tho operation was highly successful, but ub the lady is now 62 years of ago in all probability will bo against her permanent recovery. She is getting along howovcr very nicoly at this writing. We heartily commend thu following i and desire our people in Oregon to read it I with care and practice it with vigilance: "Hold up the hands of your preacher in every way. Attend all the services: . keep wido'awako and ready to do your part: greet him cordially at tho church tand everywhere el6e you meet him; compliment his sermons; pray for him; ' pay him his salary, and work with him without fault-finding or waiting to be urged to do something, and you will havo tho 'l)est preacher in thostate.'" - Chris tian Indox. 1 i market to day We sell tkein. Shoes for everybody. For M en's and Ladies, Fine Shoes, bin the Brown Shoe Co.'s Shoes. For Ladic's medium priced Shoes, buy the Godman Shot; Co.'s Shoe-. None better. Fir Children's, Misses and Boy shoes, buy the God man Shoe Co.'s Shoes. Thee are tin best line of Shoes on the prices are the lowest We have an over stock of Ladies' Oxfords, and ae making sjevial prices on them. The The The S1.25 $1.50 $2.00 ones ones ones for $1.00 for $1.25 for $1.50 We havi two piece Wii.Ii Suit' for Bins" cheap. R. 5. EEEVES. OREGON, MISSOURI. Wo handle the W C C Corsets. Time Table. Below will be found the time of do partureof the passenger trains over the K. C. road Hnd also the day freight trams. It will be Been by this time card that the B.i M.trainsstop at Forest City: coino north: No.2L Leaves Forest City at 2:28 p.m No.23 Leaves at 1:24 a. m. No.43 Villisca r:17 p. m. No. 15, B & M Leaves Forest City at 1:20 p. ni. No. 27 Omaha passenger, leaves at S:2.'l a. m. every day. No.Dl Freight Leaves at 935 a.m GOING SOUTH. No. 20 - Leaves Forest City at 12:32 p. m. No. 22 Leaves at 2:48 a. ra No.l( St. Joseph pasaenger.leaTee at 9:25 a. in. No. 10, B & M Leaves ForestCity at a:43 p. m a ' -On" a passenger, leaves at 8:22 p. m. every day, No.92 -Freight Leaves at 3:25 p.m No. 14. B ,fc M -Leaves at 6:15 a. m. Tie Right Place To do your trading is with us. We solicit your patronage. Our stock is New, Fresh and Kirst-class, as we reduced our stock to a low notch be fore ordering our Spring and Sum mer goods. We. carefully selected tin? latest styles in all lines and the best (juality to he found, the result being the best stock ever shown in Oregon. Our stock embraces Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Ladies' and Gent's Shoes, Ladies1 and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Notions, Fancy Goods, Queensware, Glassware, Etc., Etc. In fact, if you cannot find what you want at our store and at the right prices, you will not find it in Holt county. We want your trade, and will make, big inducements if you will come and see us and give us a chance to show you our stock and quote prices. Yours for the best goods and latest styles at the lowest prices. J. WATSON & CO., Oregon, Mo. Kents for $125 cash, i Keal Fstate and Insurance, OREGON, MISSOURI. ! W. K. Stubbs, or Mound City, was in town Tuesday, looking after sonic legal I business. Knr tll( llfWt. wmilna nf nnfii-n luni MeKilllcy Good Tillies.; bor. call at l'hil Schlotzhauer's mill three miles south of Forest City on the L. I. Moore has returned from the Hot Springs, Ark. where he has been for several weeks for his health. He has greatly improved and his many friends throughout the county, no doubt, wish him a speed return to his former line physical condition. Gut the benefit of the Go to PETREE BROS and change your 8 per cent loan to 5 per cent. Mrs. Fields, of Maitland, visited with Mrs. Mollie Kunkel ror a Tew days Inst week. Kev. Edward Pet roe, of the M. K. churchnt Union Star, has so far recovered from his recent surgical operation, as to be able to return to his home. Wanted! Men and teams for Geo. Nuzum's grading in Wyoming. Free transportation for teams, wagons, men and families. Address, K. G. Kki.lkv, White Cloud, Kan. Miss Emma Price went to St. Joseph on a brief visit with friends, last week. Mont Curry, of New York City, is at home on a visit. II has not been here for three years. Children's day exercises will be held in the Presbyterian church one week from nest Sabbath. Good pasture, water and shade- bring me your stoek please. J. N. MF.Nll-KK. N.F.Murray will lecture on fruit growing, to tho Clatte county people at Dearborn, tomorrow night, Saturday, June 0. If vnu want a good tile well made. write (5. F. Uiekerson, Maitland, Mo.. or leave orders witn hcliulte JJros.. Oregon, Mo. -Lou King and BobKulcy have greatly unproved ttteir residence properties In putting down new sidewalks. There are several others who might do the same. Favorable comments have been pass ed upon the .speeches delivered at Mound City Decoration Day, hy Messrs. 3. F. O'Fallon and Frank Petree, of this city. Dress-Cutting school will be open in Oregon until Juno 1st. Ladies wishing to take instructions in drafting patterns Mrs. I. K. Burnett has had her sidewalk repaired. Cox's Combination Nest Kgg and Lice Killer atSchulte Bro's. Mawy Smith, of Tekamah. Neb., is visiting his sister, Mrs. B. B.Simmons. or this city. Miss Gussie Mauck.of Whito Cloud. Kansas, is visiting her friend, Miss Effie Proud, ol this city. Dr. J. T. Thatcher was in attendance at tho Democrat state convention, at Kansas City, this week, as a delegate. r inc waicn, uiock and Jewelry re pairing. Cakkv E. Bunker, Oregon, Mo. Mrs. William Springer, of West Plains, thi-i state, was visiting with rel atives and friends in Oregon and vicinity this and last week. Misses Dora and Bird Peters, and Mrs. Will McKoberts and little one, of Mound City, havo been enjoving a j visit with Oregon relatives the past . weeK. J. C. Latham has moved his family ; from Forest City to Fillmore. We are glad to have Mr. Latham and family be , come residents of our town. Fillmore ' Lever. James McIIugh anil Dr. Ira Wil- . hams, of Maitland, were in town, Wed nesday, i, i ia . ti t n ..... , ,r I. I . ami sewing, should enter class at once. , CounX ' Vouliry Association. The sue Class room over Montgomery and Loeck- j ,.eedl,d jn getting J. L. Amnion. George names and . Davis interested in the matter enough t join tho association. I Fillmore Lever. j Albert Whitmer, formerly of this I citv. is at the Hot Springs, Arkansas, with his family. He is paralvzed from his hips to his feet and has to Iw wheel ed around in an invalid ehair. He thinks he is improving. We hope he will only contiuue to improve and will entirely re cover. There are 111 enumerators iti this census district and tho department at Washington ratitied every selection made by Supervisor MeJimsey. These enumerators are divided up by counties as follows: Andrew, 13: Atchison, 15: Buchanan, 51: Holt, lti: Nodaway, XI: Platte. I. There are 2200 in tho "state. There was quite a large land deal consummated in Oregon last week. Dr. J L. Mintou, of Napier, traded his home place, known as the Penny farm, near Napier, comprising 110 acres, to E. B. Westcott. ol Clarinda. Iowa, for 500 acn s on Gr ml river in Livingston countv-r inissinie. ine ileal amounted to t: cr bank. The census enumerators are all adorned with a German silver badge, that isa thing of beauty. It bears tho in scription, "United States Census 100." On the top or badge is an eagle with out-spread wings. Sterling Morton, the two yc-ar old son ol the editor and wife, got into tho lye liox last Saturday, and took part or the contents, burning his lips, tongue nnd throat badly. Drs. Davis and Kaltenbnch ueie called and gave him all rebel iMissible. He suffered untold agony for a few hours, but bore up under it until he is now himself again. Craig Ijcader. - The Democrats of Missouri are sur prised at their governor. They believed they had a show of carrying the state agaiu this fall, but if the let Mr.Stcph ens alone it will surely go Republican. I lie idea of the governor advocating a railroad lobbyist for offieo because he can supply passes and thereby get votes grates upnn the sensibilites of the honest people. And making it so public, too! While out in the lard last Monday stirring a kettle of soap Mrs. C. M. Sty's dress caught tire and before the tlames could be extinguished Mrs. Sly was con siderably burned about the chest and arms. Her hands were burned dreadfully because of her efforts to beat out the tlames. which were extinguished by a bucket of water thrown on her by her son, a lad ol ten years. .Mound l m News. Win. Stevenson's ! ear-old son while visitinchis plawnato. Wiley Keif- fer, met with quite an accident last Sun day, tho :?rd inst. The boys were riding the old family pony around on the farm, when Claire Steveiibon lost his balance and fell off, landing on his right side and arm, iireaKing tne none on jusi anovo the elliow. Dr. Kvans and Dr. Thatcher applied the necessary splints and band- vs and Ulairc will postpone ins Horse back rides Tor a few weeks. NEW TAILOR SHOP, J. H. KNOTH, UiLou, Oregon, Mo. Mr. Knoth has opened up his shop in the building, one door west of Kreek Bros., Store. He solicits your trade. guaranteeing satisfaction in every particular. BEST TRAINS Nebraska, Colorado, Montana, Black Hills, Utah, California, Puget Sound, Chicago and St. Louis. VESTIBUIED THROUGH TWINS, SLEEPERS, DINING CMS, CHAIR MRS (VAT). CLLIOT MABSHU,Oiv.P.ATTJ0lH.M HOWARD ELLIOTT, QHL MOR., ST. JOSEPH. MO W. WAKritY.GICLPAS.AaT,T.LOUI.M VINE HOVEY, Agant,' Forest City, Ho. We are sorry to Ii6ar of tho serious illness of Mrs. Howell Caton. See Medallion Portraits. Celoron Panels, new enlargements, buttons for at Zook's gallery. - John S.Bilby will visit the Paris ex position, leaving here about the 20th of the present month. -Charley Lamb, who is still in Mexico, has a very interesting letter ia this issue of Thk SrcrmtEL. -Miss Alice Price has returned from her threo week's visit with her younz friend. Miss Gertie Mowry. who ia still in poor health. Tho Evangelical Sunday school will havo their Children's Day exercises next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. AM are cordially invited. -Wo acknowledge a very pleasant call from Jonas Whitmer, of Mound City. He was here in the interest of the Holt County Mutual Fire Insurance company. New Wall Paper, Fine Wall Paper, Cheap Wall Paper. We can sell you cheaper than any one can sell you by sample. Call and see ua nnd we can prove it to you. T. S. llisDK &. Son. Tho lawyers who dofended David Miller are circulating a petition to get the death sentence commuted to life im prisonment. K. 11. Bridgeman has the petition here and secured the signatures f 1. A. I dd in its. b. K. Meadows and a. H. Roberts, who were on tho jury. Mait land Herald. B. O. Cowan has 66 head of young cattle on pasture, 94 head of fat cattle e expects to market about July 1, and registered Short-Horns. Tnese nave 310 acres of blue grass over which to roam and select from the abundance choice bits here and there at will. Maitland Newspaper. Wick Greene camo mighty near climbing the golden stairway Wednes day morning of this week. About 3 o clock Wednesday morning quite a thunder storm came up: as the Greene Brothers had a large number or brick out on theirjard.it was highly import ant that they should lie protected from the rain, and of cousco Wick got a hustle on him. It was as dark as a stack of black cats in a dark collar, and in his hasto he lost his path and over a steep embankment ho went. When friii ml he mu in nn micnrmciniiR rnrulitinn. I He was removed to his home. Doctor l))rt thn iTnitnr fiitHiiitr lilc in nt Hi 510,000, and Wescott valuing his at $!.", ' Simmons was called and Wick is getting aiong niceiy. ii was iruiy a cioso can 000. MOORE KREEK Desires a share of your patronage. Our in ducement are good goods at reasonable prices. Large and well selected assortment of Groceries and Q,ueensware. We sell flours. Salina - Kunkel's P. P. K linkers No. 1. KunkelAs lied Rose. Kunkel's Graham. Kunkel's Meal. Davis' Gran Dee. Peacock High Patent. ( (.'olden Belt Higlit Patent. Phone us your orders. Free and prompt delivery. MOORE & KREEK, Phone 7. OREGON, MO.