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OXFORDS That are DREAMS MADC FOR US US BY sjnot Von want to be first with Spring Oxfords and for your benefit we are show -ing the new spring styles early. Come in today and see them. The showing consists of the newest ideas design ed and made up for us in Patent Leather, Tan and in Black Vici Kid by Peters Shoe Co. A' ever in any previous season have the oxford patterns approached in beauty those we have just received. BE FIRST. COME IN TODAY. 9im-unlier MerXc- MtoK Sr. Louis XimViI I See Ruley & KunkpJ for coal. J Have ynu joined the pinging school? Uuy your Wnll P.pir at Phillips', Drag the roads while you are rest- Drug Store. j ing -Sterling Perkins, "The Cooler," has i See the beautiful line of Wall Paper ice for sale iee bim for contracts. . 'it Phillips' Drug Store Those Good Old hymes with Mrs Moore A Kreek h ivo Fresh Garden Gossip at the opera bouse April 21st. ' Seed in the bulk or packages Garden Seed will soon be ripe. In Aunt Susan Ny and her niece.Sara bulk or packages, at Moore & Kreek's. Nay will jin the Siug Sioing skewl. James Poster, of Culp, left Tues- dsy for a business trip in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. A Registered Pharmacist, to fill your Preppriptions, Family Recipes, Etc. at Phillips' Drug Stre. ! Mr. Sing's Singing Skewl will begin April 21 at. the o; era house. Come join us. - Fresh Northern Grown Garden Hnd Fifilfl Spud nr. Rp.-ictit Mnnn Rnrrfaro . Company. -Sam Nowland, nd wife, of Pawnee, 1 Holt count spoms likely to have Nebraska, are visit ing their relatives and ' one of the largest fruit crrps in her his-. many friends in Holt cuun'y. ' tory this year. - I have ",00 Burr Oak posts and 200 j Uncle John Hodgin was down to dozen sheaf oats for sal p. Forbes for a few days the past week, vis-iting his son, Scott. f 'Bill snmnu mcai iminro i $yUIUIY ITlLnL nHIIUCO. r7&n The warm summer days are fast ap proaching' when you will not care to stand over the old Cook Stove. So you had better look over our stock of QUICK MEAL RANGES. The store that al ways gives satisfaction. We also have a line of REFRIGER ATORS. These are not luxuries, they are necessities for Health and Happi ness. Ho no.t. delay uget one nov, and you will not want to go to some pleas ure resort through the warm summer months. You will also need some PORCH CHAIRS and new FURNITURE. CSoMW We also have Fresh Garden Seeds of all descriptions in the bulk. Seed Po tatoes, the White Wonder, the largest stock in the county-fact. Bragg-Munn H'd'w Co. OREGON, MISSOURI. IT PAYS TO TRADE AT T, E, TEARE'S FOREST CITY, MISSOURI. T . Foster. -We have put m sUck. the celebrated You find . , . aSBIirtmfint of Mound City Paints, every gallon guar- w p . d . ag . anteed. For salo by E O. Phillip, Drug j pace at phimpB' Drug Store. h'51, 1 tti i. n: r j rta... mis. i muii jrif reuu, ui iuuuuu , r or oai : good. now. "f amous Ohio" Cultivator; uned onf "paon. Call on V. J Brodbeck. ai Thk Skntinei. office. Miss Emma Buck, of Corning, has returned to her horui. aft?r a pleasant visit with the Hoffmann sis ers. nrar Oregon. t Ye Merrie Entertainment by Ye An cient Majdes anil Bachelors of this city will C'me to pas?, at opera houfo April 21. For cut flowers and funeral designs see or call Will Fitzmaurice. pgent for Stuppy FlorHl Co. Both phones, For est City. Mo. TheSouinl Circle of the Presbyterian church, will ive a play on Tuesday eve ning, April 31st. 1&0S, a:, the opera house, Oregon, Mo. Geo. C. Price and family, of Mound City, and Mrs. John Bond, of Culp, v ere the guests of W. H. Stewart and family, Monday of this week. Attend the meeting of the Chrisan themtitu society at the home of Mrs. Mina Curry, tomorrow, Saturday after noon, April 11th, at 2:151), p. m. No one realizes the true value of a telephone until sickness or accident oc curs ;it a time when the phone is out of order. It is almost a case of not miss ing the water till the well runs dry. T m Gleason of Craig, came over Tuesday after his daughter, Miss Etna, who had been visiting Miss Edith Hock man for about ten days. They returned to Craig Wednesday. Fillmore Lever. Fresh Northern Grown Garden Seed in bulk, the only way to buy seeds. You can see what you are buying and get more for the same money than you do in packages. Brac.c. Muxn H'd'w. Co. Mrs. Bessie Haymaker and daugh ter, Besne, and son, Robert, of Kansas City, ate here the guests of Mrs. Hay makers brother, James M. Manring, and other relatives. They are en route to Fort Worth, Texas, where they will make their future home, Owing to the recent experiments, many wide ewake farmers are beginning to look into the denatured alcohol ques tion with renewed interest. It is quite possible that this much talked of prod uct may bring about many changes in farm life during the next decade. W. C. Pearson, of Corning, will represent the Holt county M. W. A. at their state convention whichlwill be held atJCarthage. John Lukene, of this city, represented the local lodge in the coun ty convention which was in session at Corning Wednesday of last week. Morrison Bell Giffen, a young man who has for the past six years been a student at Tarkio College, was last week awarded one of the highest and most valued scholarships granted to young men in the United States. He is winner of the Rhodes scholarship for young men from Missouri. Ed. Gibson has such immense feet, that he finds it difficult to get around in his stable lot Saturday last he realized his embarrassment, for one of his horses had to put its foot down somewhere, and having so little room, just put it down of course on one of Ed's feet result; he is limping around in good shape, without any glove-Otting shoe. The ice cream season is here, and so are we with Aley's Satin Cream, guar anteed under the food and drug act. Call at the Blue Front Confectionary and try the cream. You will find me there and always ready and willing to wait on you. Ladies and children especially will receive our prompt and courteous attention. L. Carroll, Proprietor. was looking after some real estate mat ters here, Monday of this week. Jim Martin is now a real farmer, havicg rented and taken possession of the Sterrett farm just south of town. The ladies of the M. E. church will give a Humpty-Dumpty CofTee, at the residence of Mrs. Will Rankin, April 24th. '"Get in your garden as early as pos sible," advises the Springfield Repub lican." '"Your neighbors' chickens are hungry." Davis Brodbeck, of Frankfort, Kan sas, was hero for a day or two the past week, visiting his sister Bonnie, and brother Will and wife, and other rela tives. James Thuma, ove of the clerical force at Swift's packing establishment at St. Joseph, spent Sunday here with father and sisters. -Just received our fresh supply of Northern Grown Garden Seeds better buy your seed and be ready for early seeding time. Bracg Ml'.nx H'd'w. Co. Attend the Bake Sale at the court house, Saturday afternoon, April 18th, by the Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church. Sale to begin at two o'clock sharp. The Ladie's Aid Society of the Christian church will hold their annual Easter sale at the court house, begin ning Friday afternoon, April 17,and con tinuing over Saturday 18tb. The many friends of Mrs. II. L, Hershner. will be glad to know that she has so far recovered from her recent serious illness, as to be able to come to town. She had been verv ill for a num ber of weeks. Will York and family have returned to Oregon, occupying their own prop erty. For the past two years be has been conducting a poultry farm near Forest City. Charley Ruley, who has been making his home with -them, re turns also. Mrs. D. D. Cunningham, and her children, and also her mother, Mrs. Cooper, have moved to town, having rented the McDonald place in the north east part of the city. Mrs. C. Leaves her farm, for the purpose of giving her children the benefit of our school. Sikeeton is interested over the birth of quintuplets to Mr. and Mrs. John Ca- hoon. All five babies are strong, healthy boys and weigh about six pounds each. The father i uns a saw mill and weighs about 18G pounds His wife is a small woman and will not weigh more than 130 pounds. Easter Sale, on Good Friday, for the good people of this good town and good surrounding country, good goods for good money to help a good cause grow. The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church, will be pleased to see you at the court house, Friday and Satur day, April 17 and 18. Furniture and Undertaking. A Sewing or Bedroom Rocker like this for This is not the only Bargain Stock of $ 1 .00. Oak, Cane Seat. Braced Arms, Extra Good Size cheap at $1.50. Come in and get one for a Dollar. for you out of our Dependable Furniture. Of course we have Rockers that will cost you more money, but when you get Furniture at our Store, the more it costs the more it is worth. We are showing some nice new patterns in Carpets, Linoleum and other floor coverings at good values. (DENNY & RAYHILL.) Furniture and Undertaking. OREGON, MISSOURI. Monarch Malleable and Bridge & Beach Ranges. To the People of New Point and Vicinity. I will be ready for business April 11, and earnestly solicit a good share of your patronage. Though I am a stranger to many of you, if fair dealing makes friends, we will not be strangers long. Yours for success, Mks. li. Terry. We have an overstock of Cooking Stove9 and Ranges, and are making special low prices to reduce stock; S5 00 off on Steel Ranges and 13.00 off on Cooking- Stoves. We will make these redut tions from the regular price for the next 10 days ONLY. SIDE OTTIR, STOCK of Farm Implements, Gasoline Stoves. Refrigerator?, Sewing Machines, Carpet Sweepers, etc. Tin Work and Pump Work attended to promptly. We solicit your trade. HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE, OREGON, MISSOURI. i r j. t. vvnin ZDZElsTTIST. gERJPIERCE DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore B'idp. Hours 9 i. in. to 12 m. 1:30 p. in. to 5 p. in. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Mrs. Orilla Booth, now resides at Centralia, Washington. She is a sister of the late A. S. (Dude) and Fremont Mclntyre, who died recently, and she is the only survivor of the Smith Mcln tyre family, one of the original settlers, of this county. In a letter to a friend here she writes that she is well, and she and family are reasonably prosperous. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Public Sale ! Convicted of murder in the second degree, Charles McElvain on Saturday last, was sentenced to serve seventeen years in the penitentiary, for killing Mrs. Mayme Mulzahn. The case was the center of interest in Nodaway coun ty during the greater part of last week. The crime for which McElvain was con victed was one of the most sensational ever committed in Nodaway county. It was the result of a revolver duel in which McElvain and the husband of his victim were the principals. It occurred at Ravenwood on the night of October 26, last. Mrs. Mulzahn being shot while the men were firing. I will sell all of my HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, consisting of BEDS, BED CLOTHING, COOK STOVE, UTENSILS, ETC., on SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1908, beginning at 1 o'clock p. m., sharp, at my res idence in Oregon, Mo., better known as the C. C. Bridge place. W. M. WARNER. R. C. BENTON, Auctioneer. Farmers. We are now ready to con tract for the raising of sweet corn and tomatoes, for the Oregon Canning Co., for this next season. Very liberal terms offered, See L. I. Moore, or Matt Eiler. Dan Burrier had a tenanent house destroyed by fire on Monday of last week, 23d inst. Don't forget to attend W. M. War ner's sale, near the colored school house, Oregon. Saturday, April lltb, 1908, at 1 o'clock p. m.