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TRUE SHOE BEAUTY
Has been attained in our Shoe Department. A&2?F FOR. US I C&faTZ? Co.. -r: ; -V - - - 31 1 tr ( . '0 - 7 v3 "r u'' Ladles' Patent Leather Shoes, Ladies' Vlci Kids, Gun Metal, Box Calf, Furniture and Undertaking ., You will find a complete stock of FURNITURE to select from at the store of (DENNY & RAYHlLL) They also sell Window Shades, Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, Sewing Machines, Paint, Oil, Glass, and all FURNITUBE SUNDRIES. Don't Forget the Place. Northwest Corner of the 9 S Court House Square, OPvEGOK MISSOURI. rurniture ana I -03 M6pcy iiuo irasjTioiC isii'bs dub seoud ano 'pniio.i'B 3ooi ptre ut anioo ohoj srs'B 8M. 'sajtiOTa: ut eSnim iniiti'Baq eraos ssssean'Bpi 'sSuudg peg uoji 10 ami isa.an b qqs ptrB uO ssto Avop -niM "jo anil aaidtnoo -b osiv 'rnpTpja ajhoia: ut man Smmaiuos ipara'B.ii saan -otj asoqi !jaS en a"uiT!i aqi st as.oji SiC'ep -tt'ott am aoi sSura1! iU.3TT auios -aaid -raoo osib st ami HanilNaXliI J110 -sfflnaioun 5 DUB S?HH 9A0JS I -sjaujng ? 1503 jos pne PJBH 'S8A0JS HO JGOJJ C P 9APl MOU 3A1 The fancies of the : designers ua,ve j i J U 4-1. V V i 1.1 A sway in the sea- son's productions, : anc we are show- i ing:niany nice look ing designs in both & i 5 extra High Tops. 0 $3,59 1 1 -ii t n 0 ft! i m unaenaKing, vM4 Hard and Soft Coal at Rule &Kun kel's. School supplies at Phillip's drug store. Erail Martin was a Kansas City visi tor the first of the week. Dr. B. E. Siinmons-720, Felix Street, St. .Joseph, Mo. Phone 29u "Mum" show this week, Nov. 10. 20 and 21, Thursday, Fiiday. Sat ui day Bu) tho "Buster Brown Blue Rib bon Shoe,1" for L5 -ys aid Giris. Sold by C. V King. Thf Xorthwestern Tenehefj-' Associ ation will convene at Cameron Xoveia-b- r 2m, 27, 2. -Mr. Kachel P i.-e. of Fairfax, is hffe, tho yuest of htr nei hi-v. . Clfortje S'rphensot; and f.wiitly. A Iieyi-itertii Phi-.raiacist to til! jour Psescni.-.ioiis. Faiuih Uecipi'S. Etc. at rhi.hps' Druij bt-.re. Frank and Kmnia Buntz. of Mom d Cit wer ihe o-sts of.Jatnts Buutz and lanjily over Su..day. .John F. Foster r "urut-d to his home in Garnt'tt, Kansas, Sunday aftr several dajs' visit with friends and relatives. 1 have a couple 01' je;:iin I veil Polled Bui!s for sale ne--r Oreymi. Mia S!?uri. T G. DrN(;.N. Th Ladies of the Mum' s ciety respectful. y ask jour support at. their s io'.v Thursday. Friday i!id Saturday of this wi'k, November l! 2U arid 21, at the co..rt hou-e. DERI G. PIERCE. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. i,ou!: OlRiT in the Mooro B'ldj.'. 1. 111. to 1 111. I:.0 m. to 5 p. in. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. C. W. King is selling Sweet Pickles at 15c per quart. Your attention is called to L). P. and W. C. Sraallwood's pale. The date is Friday, November 27. See ad else where in this issue. Tho VVoodvillo Sunday school will give a Christmas entertainment on Christmas Eve. Refrei-hmentB will be served and all are cordially invited to be present. Remember the da'e of D P. and W. C. Sraallwood's sale, Friday, November 27, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Full particulars can be found in their ad elsewhere in this issue. P P. WMty, treasurer of the St. Jo seph Stockyards Co., fell and broke his riyht le below the knee at his home in St. Joseph on Thursday of hist week, November 12h. Mr. Welly had just re turned from the livestock exchange and in p-issing around the house he stepped into a.-j areaway. He has many friends in this county, who will hear of the accident with keen regret. Ho our county collector during the years lSSo BobFne has demonstrated to his own satisfaction at least, that he is not a success as a high diver or an acrobat. He was out on his morning rounds, TiMirsdny last, in the firm's covered wa gon and when in tho vicinity of the cider mill, in tu-ning. th- wagon smunier sai:'ed and Bob was compelled to do a pini h.r lunt, and he lit so hard upon the g'-ounu that he was so bady bruised and I. is knc" rap so fraeturf-d and :r jurd, as to likely prev-nt him from til ing auy business for pnnu) time. Good Goods is My vance Agen for a full line of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Groceries, Etc. Prices, the lowest, qual ity considered. C. IV. KING. We believe it is a fact beyond dis pute, that the Forest City station dees more business, excepting St. Joseph, than any other station between Kansas City and Council Bluffs. Thus far this season 1153 cars of apples have been sent out from this station, and during the month of August ;77 car loads of pt-aehes were sent out. During October, they forwarded and received 158 car loads, S2 of which were apples alone. Agent Birmingham and his assistant, "Skeet'' ESton, and all the other a.ds are simply hustling all tho time. Judge Geo. P Skeeles died at his home near Parsons, Kansas, on Friday last, November 13th, and the body was brought to Mound City on Sunday, the funeral services held on Monday, lGth instant. He was a native of Seneca countj', Ohio, having been born in Au gust, 1633. and was therefore in his 76th year at the time of his death. Ho be came a citizen of Holt county in 1."7, but remained cnlv a short time, return ing to Ohio. He took up h;s permanent residence in this county in lSui, and re mained one of us until about two jears ag when he removed to K ;n&as. In lSoO, ha married Serilda, daughter of C. P. Caton. whowi'h several children ard grind-children, survive. In politics he was of the old guard of Republicans, having voted for Fremont in lSr0 Iu ISG'5, he was elected a member of the county court, and served for eight years In his death we can say a splendid type of that honest, rugged citizenship has passed awaj. Try Heinz New Dill Pickles at C W. King's. Marvy Reel wants to sell his talk ing machine; a bargain. Jacob Shaffer, of Highland, Kansas, was here on business Mo- daj Two well furnished rooms for rect centrally loc.ited. Call at this otlice. School Books, Satep, Tablets, Pen cils, Ir k. Etc., at t'hil ip's Drug btore. Oriek Kreek nassome Poland China Pigs lor s-ale au.l they are good ones too. Ed Stuiih, of the Libertv rlislriirt, was in our cisy Mondaj f this week at tending to busings- interests. Albert Ecker took a liilQC of 41 ho4s to market Thursday last: ti.ey averaged 147 arid he sold at bi i '. -; iiie In-t.ir- vi hi i.iy, for m-mv in vmr !.!..!. " C Vi! Ki.Nt:. The Weekij In'er Ocean and The SiiNTKr. t;.;:: no a' be secur -d for the price of The Sktikl ulotie cl."!'. Ad can be found on auoth r pag". A "duck dinner" at the Woodland was the a: true ion Sunday la it and 11 anj" of ier citizens at: ended. About 40 peo ple outside of the tegular boat di-ts, were served. The ladies of the M. F. church at Foroi s, will give a supper at Cotton's Hall in Forbes, on the evening before Thanks-;. ving, Wednesday evening. No v mber 2.")tri, ll!0S Miss Norma Roth, of UnionvHle, thi-i state, is visiting her school friend, Miss H- rtense Dungnn. Miss Both will remain over the ''Mum" show and then attend the Missouri Kansas football game in Kansas Citj-, Thanksgiving. J. C DEITTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Judge Hunt and wife, have been up to Iowa the past week enjoying a visit with his wife's relations. Last week. Theodore Mueller be came the purchaser of the Mainland electric light plant at a price of 6 1 2.000. TTiirfrtw TJyio1 Shirt and Ov- JLLUXlUlvX JJi CvUU ci-dis at . V. Kind's, nioie. IM'V TI1K I5E.ST. Tluy eot no Friday, the 27th instant, is the date set for D. P. and W. C. Sma'.lwood's sale, com m -ncing at 10 a. m. Ad con taining full announcement can be found in this issue. The first installment of rolling stock arrived on Saturd iy la-t, ar d U the pas senger coach, No. 1 It is a full length coach, with observation platform and both side and end doors. It. is in ma r ion red and the lettering 'Oregon In ternban Railroad" in gold. ".Skeet" El ton took the first ride; he "jumped aboard," vhile it was being placed in on the Fide track. COTTONWOOD LUMBER for sale by John E Taylor at Forties, at $115 per 1000. Will make estimate-3 en two barn patterns. Wred Ilir.de, the Fairfax merchant, was down Tuesday to see Pa ind Me. Thero will be a box snpp'r at the Maj flower pchool houe. Wednesdaj c next week, November 2,1. Will Brown and wife will leave in a few weeks with the view of locating in South Missouri. Holt county in some form or an other will show up, in good shape and you'll hear from her. Ed L Hart, a former Holt count citizen ar d earnest Republican, was the only repn sentative of the G. O. P elected to the legislature from Buchanan county, and he will be n candidate for speaker. We have no doubt, whatever, that he will receive the solid support of the northwest mem bers in the caucus. Ethel Berry, 13 years old, was a warded judgment by a jury in tho cir cuit court at St. Joseph, Friday last, for $2,400 against Miss Louise L. Martir, a school teacher, on account of a punish ment she suffered. Miss Martin was a teacher in the Grant school Ethel Berry alleged th it Miss Martin shook her severely, threw her back into l.er seat and shook her again. This, it was contended, amounted to cruel and ur usual punishment, and a violation of the school board's rule against the adminis tering of corporal punishment. The jury had tho verdict under consideration nearly three hourf. It is said the attor neys for the board of education will ap peal the case. S E. S. THATCHER I" FUNERAL DIBECT0E I Affl EMBALffiER. 8 COFFINS, CASKETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Calls promptly attended either city or country, day or night. Both Phones. Agent for Stuppy Floral Com pany. Flowers furnished for all occasions. OREGON, : MISSOURI. Garland & 0 X-J; i ---?XV T. L. PRICE, Hardware OREGON, MISSOURI. PROPERTY For Sale by. R. C. Benton, Oregon, Missouri. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. I. A good 83 acre farm 1 and i. miles west of New Point, .lo.t 4roornhoupp, barn, corn crib, wagon s t '.. hojr house, good well, cistern and spring. Build ings comparatively new as well as hind. Price 675 per acre. 2 140 acres 4 and :5. miles north wpst of Oregon, Mo.. 7 room house, brick cave, good orchard, small barn, plenty of water, land very p-,ductive. Price 6S0 per acre. 3. A seven aerp tract with house and st tble, well, and only 1 and l. miles to Oregon. Price 87U0. 4. Four room house and J.? in town, that rents for .?." per month. Price 440. 5. Four room house aud lot just west of public square, plenty of fruit, new cave, good cistern. S-e me for price. Your Cans Cleaned By Steam. ue Van Station, OREGON, - MISSOURI. LEVI N. SCHULTE, Manager. George Brooks is uow h. reman at the Keeves lumber yard. We congratulate our most excellent contemporary, The Craig Leader, on its reaching its first mile stoce. The people of Craig are also to be congratulated on having so excellent a publication and they seem to manifest their appreciation by a liberal patronage and we trust they will not weary in well doing, but in crease their patronage during the com ing year. It is a clean, spicy, ably edited paper and every waydeserviug of success - Frank Taylor, of Wisconsin, who is visiting his brother. W. S . of near Xew Point, was thrown from a buggy Thurs day last, Nov. 12, when the horse be came frightened and ranaway. lie sus tained a fracture of the rignt leg, both bones being broken just above the ankle. and partial dislocation of thf ankle. Dr. Kearney was called and, with the assis tance of Dr. Proud, rendered the neces sary medical aid. Mr. Taylor is now resting comfortably at his brother's home. Hard Coal Our Stove trade is starting1 o it good. Our lino or Heaters and Cooks is largv. and our prices are low for Good Stoves. We want you to see our t o e k win? tit e r y o u buy or not. "KEEN K UTTER GOODS r Safety Kazo r s, Shears. Scissors Pocket C'utlerv, Ktc. Hon't forget to look at our Silver Knives & Forks Ar Spoons. We have some thing good in this line, a ear load. American and Khvood W ire Fencing in soon. We solicit your trade. 1 West Side Square. ter Fat cf Creamery Co's I Star Tobacco syK I C. L. Vrooman. of Kansas City, is ' here representing a frat-rnal insurance ! order. There will be services at the German J M. E. church in this city, on Thanks giving day. at 11.30 a. m, and at tho ; Nodaway church in tho afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. i Fra&k the 13 year o'd son of Hich ard Failor, living east of Eichvillf, was j accidentally shot by a boy companion, : while hunting on Monday of this wtek. He and a companion named OliphanJ, ?.ent out, to hunt. Mjuirrt'lp, and tiny were walking along in lh thnber. near to each other, and OHnhant's gun fr m Sfime cauf un"xn!hinnhlc went nlT. Tf.r !gun was loaded with No J shot, and tln entire charge entered Frank s left leg, just ab'jve the knee on tho inner side of the leg. Hn was conveyed to his homo and tho wound dressed by a Fillmore physician. On Wednesday, tho lad was taken to a St. Joseph hospital.