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S 8 COMFORT-GIVING OXFORDS. Our PETERS' DIAMOND BRAND OX FORDS are the comfort-giving kind. They permit the circulation of the cool fresh air around the ankles and thus im part great comfort to the feet. They con form properly to the lines of the feet, snug up under the arch nicely and hug the heel closely. That's why they give so much comfort. Get your3 today. Ladies' Kid Oxfords - - - SI. 00 and up Ladies' Pat Oxfords .... 1.50 and up Ladies' White Canvas - - - 75c Misses' and Children's White Canvas - 55c and 65c Canton Success Sulky Plow Here is a pood strong. light drar plow, that satisfies every farmer we have sold to. Also sell the No. 11 O'iver Sulky, which is a good one. See us before you buy plows waing'machines. We sell the "Acme, Snowball. Lu: ..by an J On Minute Machines " Call in we want to show you Don't forget, we sel. ih MONAR'IH MALLEABLE RANGE, the best one madf. Yours for Good Goods, T. L. PRICE, OREGON, AERMOTOR WINDMILLS, i STlie Trussed Tripod Tower is a Tower of Strength. See; them before f) you buy a Windmill. VP TVTo iocfip TJoncDQ that money can buy. We are going to have a sale on them this fall. Watch for announcement. It will soon be time for you to do tyour fall plowing, Mr. Farmer, and you will need a plow that will do the best work with the lightest draft. We have it in the GOOD ENOUGH SULKY PLOW. All kinds of Tin and Pump work done. BRAGG HOT, CO, EAST SIDE OF p rxT?nrvNr . Ik Little Grace McDonald was seven years old last Saturday, and ht-r mamma invited a regiment of little ones to con-r and celebrate the event with Grace -and they came from north ea-t, west and south parts of the town, and they had a time just su::h as the little tots enjoyed. She received ever so many presents, and dainty refreshments were served. All went home tickled to death" at being at Grace's party. A Registered Pharmacist to fill your PreEcr.ptions, Family Recipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. MISSOURI. fho "host. P.a.TIP'fi SQUARE, 71 TvrTRfinTTRT )Z . (0 For Sale by T. L Price, Oregon, Mo , 1 Second Haud Piano, price 6100, and 1 New Piano, price 6300 Call and see Pianos at T. L Price's residence, Oregon, Mo. Read This. If you contemplate locating in Oregon do not fail to see our list of residence property. We can suit you on price, terms and property. Are anxious to show you. PETREE BROS. & BENTON. Oregon, Mo. Wednesday and ThursdaysAu - gust 21 and 22, a special train will run from Bigelowto Mait- land. $1,04 for round trip from Rorest City. Take the Omaha Flyer in the morning to connect' With this train ' Lowe Bros Paint a' Ruley Kunkels. - Fred Philbrick i Kkidmore. ii:in" inenus in ... , . ... ... , Mercer Hinde is visiting his brother Weed and family in Fairfax See Phillips' Drug Store for Paints, j ' Oils, Varnishes and Lead, ! Henry Cook, wife and son Fred. were i St. Joseph visitors Tuesday of this i week. ! Albert and George Pol lev, of St. Jo-1 , ..... , seph, are visiting their grand paren ts, W. C Opel and wife. tor Rent. A house with a good I garden patch and a fine well of water at j the door, cheap. See Petree Bros. iV. Benton. FOR SALE 1.500 bushels of good corn, in the crib. Call on. or address. Hexry Fink, Oregon. Mo., Route No. .'. DERT G. PIERCE, DENTIST, n,1(ri, 1n " " Moore iridp. UregOMlO. tu" 1:J0' Oihot- m 1 lie .Moore H'uip. ill 0 Hours '. -t. ui. to rn. 1 :o0 lJ 11 IU p. ui. ioD p. ui. Fine Gold and Bridge Work a c - IA - - opctidiiy. Phones, Old UI. Mutual 43. Dr. W. S. Gregory, of Forbes, was n town Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, on business Clarence Clayton and Miss Beatrice Smith, of King City, are over for a visit with 'heir cousins, Charles Xarans and wife. Mrs. Jane Pierce wac p'easintly sur j pnsed Saturday, August 10. 1007, by j about a do.t-n of her friends in honor of J her 73d birthday. -The forthcoming ed'tion of the "Blue B iok," as th Missouri Manual, issu-d from the State Department is called, will bp issued some 'ime in Oc - tober. It will contain many new feat ure- and be a more interesting -olurae than evr. I will show that there are 20 counties in the state having town ship organization Twenty-e'ght coun ties are without saloons That is, that number nav adopted local option, though in some of them there are sa- r.r. in tl, i.. ........ v, .,..) . . part, oi me county is ary lnere are ! 0 7;" counties having the Mtnok inw. ! BARGAINS. 10c package wheat flakes, 5.-: j-aue enamel ware 20c, Kkeek Ha&nkss. A big !.jc best Dr James Tracy haa been appointed coal o i inspector a: Mound City, vice ; P. S Moores resigned. i Miss Lou Petr-e. daughter of Mr. ! and Mrs Frank Petree, reached her loth ! mile stonf? oi! Friday of last week.and the event was cnlebrat- l :n proper s'ylo by j some .'JO of hr school mates and friends, j who g ithered at her home in early even- j ing.and put in abour. three or four hours enjoying tnmstMvrs tnom-igniy u ukm tiOspiMits oi umn jUt'aven worm una ic noise rhev made could be taken as a I sas Citv. He is capable and reliable, tes. She receive ! - a number of very ' nice presents which she appreciates highly. It sterns but a very snort time since she came here wi'h her parents a little girl rive ye irs old. now she is a young lady. "How tempus does fugit" J. C. WHITHER, . -p-p--y-f m jr I 1 ' J M j t Xj JL, JLm . j ( PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. W. F. Davis, of St. Joseph, was transacting business here on Monday. He is still using his crhtches, but thinkB he will be able to lay them aside in a week or two. Our canning factory began opera- his eyeg were moi3t and be was heard to tions Thursday of this week, and corn is ; gayi ,.Joe was aD awful onery fellow, now being packed-it is of excellent j shiftless and worthies but a better whist quality. In about a week or ten days, ,er never puckered a lip. they will begin packing tomatoes. The G. E society of the Presbyter- 1 -It is not too soon to begin a study ian church grows in members and inter ' of the new state primary law in Mis est. Mrs. Walton led last Sunday night, souri. The first election under the law Some new features were added to the . wiI, be held August 4, next, but the services. Miss Pansy Lvons eads next. . -, , Sunday night. campaign mu?t necessarily open long . 7t - oi ii 1 before that date. Nomination papers M. P. Ilenning, of .hller countv, . , , , . , . . . this state, spent Monday, visiting his with the required number of signatures sister, Mrs. Belle Hatton. of this city. must be filed with the secretary of state Hp was accompanied by his grand-1 at least GO days before the primary, so dauehter Edna Click. Mr. Henning was the latpst date for that essential is June formerly a resident of Liberty township, , .., , . , ,f. and went to his new home only a couple y- ach candidate for a state position of years ago, and seems well s itisfWl must have petitioners to the number of with his change: he reports his wife's not less than one per cent of the vote health as very much better. cast by his party for electors in Mx The St. Joseph Observer says: "The counties of the state in 1904 and one per reason the Burlington does not run the t of the total vote cast in the state Nodawttv v allev train on Sunday is,that , , ,.. , ... - their -line from Bigelow to Clearmont is for such electors, lo comply with this 37 miles; the law names 40 miles as the essential each Democratic candidate for distance, requiring branch lines to run a a state office must have at least 2.064 daily train each day." It is four miles names on his petition and each Republi from Clearmont to where the branch can candidate requires 3,215 names, crosses the State line, so we can see no Missouri's vote for Roosevelt was 321, reaon why the Nodaway Valley branch 449 and for Parker 296,312. The details does not come under that law. Clear- of the new primary law ought to be mont News. carefully analyzed without delay. ; Special Train from Bigelowto Maitland Fair next Wednesday and Thursday, August 21 and 22, SI. 04 for round trip from Forest City. Screen Doors a Ruley & Kunkels Hammoc-s at reduced prices nt Ei O. Pr,iliip5 drug stcr. Harold Kahn. of Bigelow, was hi Oregon vis tor Sunday J. L5 Ilinde had business in St. Jo I -eph. Mutlav of this Aeek I MisQs Marv More a-d Kath een Pr ud are visiting relatives in St. Jo- Will Price, of Le Mais, la., was here, the tirst of the week, renewing old acquaintances. 1 ra Afl;t Ruo:u nf 1 tnt-Iincfi-in T ."'., , , : Junction, is tne guest of her parents, Andy Burrier and wife, of near thi citv.' Miss Alberta Bratjn entertained the "Fudgers'" hi dinner Saturday evening, August 10'h, 7. on the occasion of I her ISth birthday. The district convention of the W. j C. T. U. will be held at New Point. Au- gust 23 and 29th. An extensive pro j gram is in preparation, j Pudding Pans, Coffee Pots, Dippers, j Covered Buckets, etc., every piece I worth from 2-jc to 40c. ro clos- at 20c, j Kkeek & Hasnkss. - Mrs. T. B. Bolton, left f..r her home in Woodward. Okl-,., Monday of this I week, aftr an extended visit with her ' mother, Mrs. Minnie Eiler. of this city I j The wheat ield is said to be up to i the normal yield in this section, and of a most excellent quality. In Hickory , township William Lentz's field yielded j i0 bushels t-j the acre, and Messrs Ben- der and Kneale's did as well. TWO SNAPS. lflc package wheat flakes now .c; enamel ware now 20 Kkeek & H sness While digging n well on his farm ! west of town Simpson Hulse struck an I eight inch vein of coal at u dep h of j something lers than 20 feet. Tr e well is i being -unk near the face f the bluff, 1 and t is quite liKely that further under ' the hill the vein will widen out sufii ciently to make a valuable find. We hope Mr. Huls- will at least test the vein. Fillmore Lever. M rs. Martha Jane Bundy died at she residence of her son, B. F. Bundy. in this city. Thursday even ng, July 25 1907, aged 72 years,9 months and 3 days I The funeral tooK place Saturday July from the Christian church, the ser- i mon being conducted by new o. d. George. The interment took place at J the K. of P. cemetery. Mrs. Bm.dy was a good Christian woman, and was highly esteemed bv all who Unew her Maitland i i Herald. Dr. Howard L. II .tnilton, of this c:tv. Mt Wednesday for X-w Point. Mo.. where jlP w:u ioeat- for the practice of mt-dicint. In Dr Ham Iton, Holt county will St-cure a goo.l citizen as well as a physician of abi ity. He is a man of great worth, a graduate of Park College, arid '.he met':i-al department of the Kan- as State University, with the ad.ied ad- vantage nf wide hospital service in the and we are sure that the good people of Lloit county will soon come to recoyrnze that fact, and will ive him ;i cordial reception. Platte County Gazette. Every town has is "onery" cusses and its good men. Every town has its pushers, hustlers and deadbeats. Every town has its but-in-skies and its fellows wn0 attend to business and most every town has its man or men who pass upon the good or bad qualities of the dead. A town not a thousand miles away had one of those ?ho pass upon the dead. It had also a man who was so utterly worthless that he would not work, pay his debts tell the truth, and get drunk every time stimulants;were given him. Time rolled on and he died. At the funeral the man who always passed on the dead was watched closely to tind out what his ver dict would be. He passed the dead body in the procession and when he returned I The Si Joseph Photo Co., has established A BRANCH STUDIO AT OREGON. Located on the east side of the Court Peacher building. Mr. L. G. Bigelow, our manager, will be there FRIDAY and SATURDAY of each week, to make sittings. All work will be finished at our St. Joseph Studio, and can be relied upon as THE LATEST IN STYLE and UP-TO-DATE in every way. K The De Laval Cream Separators. The World's Standard. Over 800.000 In Use Vrlv winner at t-wry National and hitrrnatioiial K. position since 1-T:. S:ivu ilO.OO t 51"i.O0 n-r row oat'h year over any jrravily settling piore.x or dilution -yMeiii f -kiiiimini: rrrain, and f.'i.tK) over any other rream separator. Every Ue Laval u-ser will testify to t lie rorrertnos of the ahove statement. Hre are a few who are uers of the I)e Laval: Phone Farmer's. 321. Wednesday and Thursday. Au gust 21 and 22, a special train will run from Bigelow to Mait land, SI. 04 for round trip from Forest City. Take the Omaha Flyer in the morning at Forest City to connect with this train. Step Ladders a: Ruley A: Kunkels Best of Lubricating Oils for sale by E. O. Phillips A 110 acre farm near Tarkio, was sold Inst week at 6205 per acre. Catharine Kinp- is on a visit with her cousin, Esther Loucks, near Mait land. The Levi Kaufman farm of 120 acres in Clay township, has been sold to Rich ard Warner for 8100 per acre. Fok Sale Three room house, rive lots, barn, good cellar and outhouses. Price $1,0U0. Inquire at Sentinel of fice. A S4,000 church will be built at Skidmore as the result of a three-week's tent meeting which was closed there a week ago. Mrs. Kate Kearney and her two children, Harold a&d Hazel, are here for a brief visit they came to escape the extreme heat at Columbia. They expect to return to Columbia in about tnree weeks. Elmer E. Price, of Pedro Miiruel, Panama, is here on a visit with relatives and friends and to look over the scenes of his early bojh jod flays. He is in the employ of the government in ' be revenue division, having charge of the money or der division. He tells us then- --.re IS pos'offices in the Zone. 1G of which are money order offices, and dm ing the past fiscal year the?e IGulices pa d anc issued money orders to he value of c'.'J "j0O.U,0. He lives about seven miles from Pana ma, and uoes to and from his work to Panama d-iily. The ivork on trie canal is progressing rapidly and every way satisfactorily to the government. The health is excellent and the fond supplies kept up to a high standard. The aver age temperature is only 8G desre-s. Ice is furnished in abundance at only 40 cents a hundred, and the enst of living is but a trifle m advance of that in the states. square-- John Noelteeh John Intermill Wm. Deri Elliott Kurtz Chas. Kurtz Jno. A. Springer Jas. Taylor John Hibbard Albert Egger C. L.Kunkel Dan Kurtz Albert Kurtz Earl Stephenson Mrs. Christ Lentz Will Acton John Greiner and many others. For further par ticulars, call me up or see me. Houae WESLEY J. ZACHMAN. Special Train from Bigelow to Maitland Fair next Wednesday and Thursday. August 21 and 22. SI. 04- for round trip from Forest City. Mrs. Will Morris ami Mother Mux low are visiting in Mour.d City. Oakley Morris went up to Craig last week for a visit with Glen Hogrefe. Harvey Bradley who was overcome with heat Saturday, 3rd inst., is now up and around. S. E. Fields has bought the Neville Dickson 70 acre farm north of Forest City, paying 8G5 per acre. Mrs. Ed. Kennish, of Paragould, Ark., is up on a visit with her parents Judge and Mrs. Collison, of Maitland. Mrs. Emma Bragg has come back home, after a two-day visit with her daughters, Mrs. Munn and Mrs. Geo. YouDg, of Mound City. Mrs. II. J. Brown, of Kansas City, and her sparkling little three-year old daughter, are here enjoying a visit with her brother, E. O. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs.Roy Hardman and son Don, have returned from Colorado. Don comes back greatly improved in health, which will be good news to the many friends of this family. Frank Kimball was arrested at Mound City on Tuesday of this week.on the charge" of stealing a horse from a party named Simpson and a wagon from Wm. Ferman, both of St. Jo?eph. He was taken to St. Joseph. Alva Dennis was arrested at Fortes cue on Tuesday of this week, on the charge of making a criminal assault on Mrs. Berth'i West. He was brought to this city, and his preliminary hearing 3et for Friday of next week, the 'Sid. Ed Martindalt. who has been man aging editor of the Hiawatha, Kas , Democrat, has purchased the Mound City Jetfersonian, and ssumes charge of that publication this week. He is the present president of the Kansas Edi torial Association, and a newspaper man of experience. We extend a cordial wel come to Brother Martindale, and trust his highest expectations may be realized in his coming to our sister city.