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SCHOOL SHOES OF MERIT.
Cur DIAMOND BRAND schooi shoes are good ones. They've got the snap and go to them that helps the appear ance of the child. They're made on foot form lasts, from the kind of leather that stands the kicks and cuffs of healthy school boys or girls. Bring in the Children and See How True Our Claims. OJCS STAND THE KICKS tern. Academy School Shoe, heavy sole, box calf, spring heel. 11 1-2 to 2, at . . . $1.50 8 1-2 to 11. . . $1.35 In Box Calf or Vici Leathers, we have a complete line at any price from 90c to . . $1.50 FITTS-BUNKER MERCANTILE CO. A CAR OF CHIQAN SALT JUST RECEIVED, TO GO AT $i.io per Barrel. It Pays to Trade at T. E. TEARE'S, Forest City, flo. The Butcher, Baker, Grocer, all these three in one room under one roof. TOM FRYE & SONS have opened a line of Groceries in connection with their meat market, and moved into the Keeves building, where they have put in a first class oven and employed an ex perienced baker, thus furnishing our people a long felt want A FIRST CLASS BAKER!, In connection with these, Kresh Bread. Cakes, etc.. will always be found on hand, together with everything in the Grocery Line and Meat Market. Call us up and order and we will deliver your order at your door. Seasonable Delicacies will be made a specialty by us. Give us a call. FRYE & m KEEVES CORNER. OREGON. MO. 7 Stoves of all kinds at the lowest pricrs iit S"hulle Bro-. Fruit Cake and Mince Meat mater ial at M(,oin & KteekV. Oregon vs. Kansas City, Saturday. November 24. Best game of the season. Miss Grace Celvin, of St Joseph, was the Hues' of Dr. Markland and fam ily over Sunday. For J he latest Sings, marches and two steps in sheet music, cull at the Hiude Dr;;fz Co. Mrs. .las. T. Howell is M)joyinr a visit with her son. Dr. Charley Howell, of Coc ;mcre, Iud. Ter. Philip Markt has rKurn-d from H.i rada. Neb., where he was assisting his brother, John in the store. Hon. N. F Murrhy and wife left j this ueek for a three week' visit with their daughter, Mrs. Alberta Kunel, in Anadarko, Okla. Corhin Cotton and wife, of White Cloud. Kas., came over Saturday, at d enjoyed the flower nhow.and visited with bis former chum. Dr. Markland and family. The foot ball game here Saturday, November 24, will be the championship game for high schools in Missouri, ex cept St. Louis. Everybody turn out and see this game. Miss VVeaks, a professional nurse i f St. Joseph, is at the bedside of Miss Jennie Mori is, who ha- been alarmingly ill. for the post 10 dnyH, but at this time she is thought to be Blightly better. Buster Brown has left, a lot of his BLUE RIBBON SHOES at my store and I cordially invite you to come in and try a pair. Guaranteed to uive the ser vice. G W. KING. Aunt A nn Martin, an old colored lady of Forest City, was found dead at her wood pile, in Forest City, Tuesday morning of this week, November 20, 190G, so we have been informed. At what hour she went out to the wood pile is not known. She was buried Wei'nes day of this week. She lived alone, her son, Bud, being married and living in Savannah. On Wednesday evening, November 14, J90G, appeared at the residence of Rev. V. D. Lukens, Mr. D. Benjamin Sipes and Miss Bertha Melviu, both of Forbes township, Holt County,Missouri, for the purpt se of belau united in holy matrimory, which was done in the pres ence of a few witnesses The young man is reputable and industrious and wecon gra ulate him on his securing such an estimable young lady for his life com panion. W. D. L - D. M. L iy transacted business m St Joseph, I'uesday of his week. - A car load of tine Minnesota Pot toe.s and Onions a' Moore it Kreea's. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! The" Browns Star-H-Stur at C- W. Kings. - II. J. Nie, of Maitland. has accepted a position in Kansas City ! e is a splen did pharmacist. Messrs. Will Moore. Merrill Christy and Jones Hostrtter were St. Joseph visitors, Sunday last Now is the time you will need go d shoee. Tr a pair of BROWN'S STAR f) STAR. Sold by C. W. Ivng. We order anj thing in music and have it here in two d-s Hindi-: Dkucj Co. Mrs. Warren Huntsman has re turned from Newton, Kns., where she attended the funeal of her brother, Walter Kissick. - Ed. Hogan, who formerly resided in Liberty township, was elected sheriff of his county, in which Great Falls, Mont., is located, at the recent election. Misses Mabel Bod at;d Grace Quick, of Forest City, are students at the Sisters hospital, of St. Joseph, quali fying themselves to become trained nurses. Mrs. T. W. Maupin and daughters, Pauline and Mary, were called to Han non, Mo., Sunday lust, by the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ben Brown, form erly Miss Orpha Jones, of Maithnd. Kansas City Cet tial High school vs. Ongon, Saturday, November 24. This name will be the game of the season. Oregon has not been scored aganst this season and everyone should see this game 1 AUvpyr:L'l.t Quality and Economy are the strong points of this great Overcoat Sale This extraordinary event merits the closest attention of every thrifty man who has an urgent need for a warm, de pendable, stylish Over coat, because it concerns clothing only of the very highest character and worth, at a saving any- ., b,o. wliere t-rom 5oo to 8.00 on our regular prices. If you yearn to be up-to-date in your personal ap pearance, come and examine the little details that make these garments the most fashionable offered to men. See for yourself the merits of our famous 'Con caved Shoulders" and "Close-fitting Collar," observe how they overcome the sloping shoulder defects with out carrying either to extremes. Such inspection cannot these garments are peerless. but convince you that DENTIST J. c. East Side Sguarc. Powell Building, OREGON. MISSOURI, Office Hours: 8:00 to lltfOa. m. 1:00 ro .v.OO p. m. 'Phone 72. Gideon Kunkel, of "Gideon'n Band,'' of Anad-irko, Okla., who, with his v:fe, have been here for a month vii-iting their numerous relatives and many friends, re ports ibat he has gained five pou Is since he came back to theold ''stamping ground," and now says that he does not intend to return to Anadarko, until he has added another 20 pounds to his avoir 3upois, making in all a quarter of a hundred pounds. Well, we are glad of this, for at the rale Gid. has been gain ing, five pounds to the month, it will take him four months to reach the 25 pounds. Now, stick to this Gid we'll all be glad to have you stay with us four months longer. A case of considerable importance to the merchants of the state was de cided by division No. 2 of the supreme court Tuesday of this week. J. P. Loon- ey was convicted nd lined in Oregon County for not taking out a peddler's license to sell picture frames for a Chi cago firm. He went over the county aBd solicited orders for portraits for this firm. When he delivered the pictures they would be in frames which he would then try and sell with the picture. '1 he supreme court sustain? the fine against Looney. The court holds that peddling the picture frames in this statr for a Chicago firm comes under the interstate c mmerce act and that Looney should have had a peddlers' license. -Earnest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodgin, is now with Gilbert & Co , the hustlers in the clothing business here. It shows what vim and vigor wdl do in business. So marked has been the de velopment in the business of this firm, that they have been obliged to employ an additional clerk, to assist in waiting on their increased trade. They sell only those lines of clothing and foot wear that bear the stamp and seal of the very be9t makers of the country, and while they only ask a fair remunerative profit, they do not ask the earth. The best of everything is kept by them.and they sell at the very lowest price possible. Earn est, is one of the splendid young men of our county, and his coming among us is an addition to our your-g society, and he will be glad to have his young friends call on him, when they are in town. If they want to buy he will be only too glad to sell them; and whether or no they buy, their welcome will be just as cordial and sincere. FOR SALE Mes Mait-, A tine stock farm, known as the auiit3i i'ii.c, oi. ujuca cuubii ui wait" j land. Easy terms, b or information see i E F. WELLER, I Maitland, Mo. Pal Stegmier escaped vr-ry luckily last Saturday morning from a serious accident but was quite badly hurt as it was. He whs helping drive cattle into town when ho slipped from the horre he was ridintr and fell in such a manner that the horse stepped on him. The ac cident occurred behind Cotten Bros. narness snop ana too little fellow whs carried up to Dr. Bullock's ortico and the wound dressed when he was taken homo. Forest City Pres. Rurnl Route Patrons, attention! Your carrier has been faithful to you for the past year in hringing you many ; things that you had forgotten while in town, and more than that he has been ready and willing at all times to do any and everything he could for each of his patrons. So now, patrons, why not. sur I prise the boys this next Thanksgiving day, and let every one who has a box, h rojdy with a sac full of corn, f r which the boys will be tiuly and gratefully .i i-f..i .UilUHlUl. j Jos. H. Amos.died at his home south of Craiir Thursday moruin', November' 7th. Mr. Amos wa born in Franklin county, Virginia, December , 1S11, and he mo ed to this vicinity about 40 yeais ago. His funeral was held on Friday by Rev. Brummett of the M. E. church south of which Mr. Amos became a member in 181)3. Mrs. Amos will make her home with her daughter Mrs Jennie Coner. of near Springfirld. as will also the little orphan grand daughter whom Mrs. Amos is raising Craig Mirror. GILBERT & CO CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, OREGON, - - MISSOURI. 5 ew Arrivals AT ix k Geo. F.Seeman's ... THE GROCER . . . gERTJPIERCE, DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Oflice in the Moore U'idp. Hours 9 i. ni. to 12 ra. 1 :30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Fine Gold and Bridge Work a Specialty.. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Underwear? Well I guess 1 have got them and in all sizes, kinds and quality for the cold weather. Prices 2oc to GOc in Ladies' 2-piece garments; 50c to 31 in Men's 2-piece garments; SI per suit for first quality in Men's fleeced lined Com- i bination Suits; 50c to S1.25 for Ladies' Combination Suits; 2"c and iiOc for Misses' and 50c per suit for Boy's RE MEM BER thiB underwear is ALL FIRST QUALITY and not SECONDS. Come in and look over the lino and I e convinced that I have the line of Under wear in the town. C. W. KING On Monday afternoon, November 12th, about i o'clock the barn of Lemon Lindsdown was discovered to be on fire, and the fire department hurried to the scene, but too late to do much good except ' to keep the fire from spreading. Every thing was very dry and the fire had made such good headway before being discovered, so that by the time the de partment got there the building was past saving. Mr. Landsdown is rural carrier on route 3 and wa just coming in when the fire was discovered, come quently the horses were out of the barn, but there was a road cart, a couple of Country Sorghum, Dill Pickles, Sweet Pickles, Malaga Grapes, Sauerkraut Log Cabin Maple Syrup, Pancake Flour, Mince Meat, Currie Powder, Peanut Butter, New Beans, New English Walnuts, New Corn Meal. We have in transit a shipment of that famous Wisconsin Buckwheat Flour and some California Lima Beans. Highest Prices for Produce and Cream All the Time. We have received a car of Bed River Early Ohio Potatoes which we quote you at 75c per bushel. A full supply of every thing in the Grocery line always on hand. Come and see, if you can. If not, use the phone. They all lead to our store. GEO. F. SEE OREGON, HO. O. P. Bartram met with what came near bing a serious accident. On bU way out, the team became frightened sets of harness, feed and other articles, - Dear Clay Center and started to run which were all burned. We understand the loss io have been about 3300, with 8100 insurance. The cause of the fire is not positively known, but is supposed to be a combination of children and matches. Mound City News. away.Tho wagon was upset, and dragged some distance, with Mr. Bertram inside. Then the tugs broke, and the team came free, leaving the waron somewlat de molished and Mr. Ban ram badly bruis ed. He was helped out, and after a time, the team being caught, he procured an other rig and finished up the route.- Ha was laid up .Sunday, but was able to get around some Monday, and Tuesday morning went out on his route in an open buggy, notwithstanding the doc tor's opinion not to go out inside of two weeks. -Maitland Herald. Oregon vs. Kansas City, Saturday, November 24 Best game of the season.