TRUE SHOE BEAUTY
Has been attained in our Shoe Decartment.
p&ter3 Co - '
Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes, . $2.50 to $3.59
Ladies' Vici Kids, Gun Metal,
Box Calf, .... $1.50 to $3.00
You wilt find a complete stock of
to select from at the store of
(DENNY & RAYHiLL)
They also sell Window Shades, Carpets,
Matting, Oil Cloth, Linoleum,
Sewing Machines, Paint,
Oil, Glass, and all
Don't Forget the Place,
Northwest Corner of the
Court House Square,
Furniture and Undertaking.
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The fancies of the
: designers have
been given full
sway in the sea-
and we are sliow-
ing many nice loo?-
Button and Lace
and regular and
extra High Tops.
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flnrd and S ft Coal at, Rule &Kun
kel'a. Fchool supplies at Phillip's drug
C. W. King is selling Svveet Pickles
at 15c per quart.
Lee A kire and Jesse Kahn, of Biye
low. were down Saturday last.
Dr. B. B. Simmons-7-20i Felix
Street, St. Joeph, Mo. Phone 2400.
Mrs FJelen MoFarlr.Dd, f Parkvilln,
was visiting f nerds here this ar.d iast
Mrs T. C. Dungan, Mis Morjerse.
and MissN;rraa Roth were St. Joseph
visitors last Friday,
A Registered Pharmacist to Bll
your Prescriptions. Family Recipes. Etc.
at. Phillips' Drug Sture.
I have a rouplo of yeirling Red
Polled Bu.ls for sale ner Oregon. Mis
souri. T C. Dl-.vcax.
Misses Mullie Sr-icpr. - dnri Barnes
and S'ella Gregory, John Duncan and
Frank Simerly, of Fillmore, came over
Saturday last t attend the "Mum"
ftERT G. PIERCE.
Oregon, irto. iv.:-,::w
Phones, Old 1, Mutual 43.
Pink Beans for 6c per pound at C.
Wra. Hodgin and J. WT Patterson, of
Maitland, were here Friday of hist week.
Hunter Brand Xu!0
Kinir's. Hl'V Till-: BEST. Tliry cost m.
George P. Doran and George M.
Rapp, of St Joseph, were here last Fri
day, Mr. Doran being the judge at the
Mrs. George Meyer and children, of
Mound City, an here visiting her pat
ents, Tom Frye and vvife, and also at end
ed the "Mum show.
Mrs. Ed Shellenberger, Dr. and
Mrs. Scott, drove down from Mound
City last Friday, in Scott's machine, to
attend the "Mum" show.
Mrs. George Poynter and children,
Joseph and Georgia, of Bigelow, were
guests of relative last week, and al6o
attending the ''Mum" show.
Good Goods is My
for a full line of Dry Goods,
Notions, Shoes, Groceries,
Etc. Prices, the lowest, quak
C. W. KING.
li7." B-idgeman and wife had as
guests during ts o"Mum" show, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kahn, of Big Lake.
Joe Graham aud daughter, Mrs.
Acklin Elliott, of Kausas City, were
here last week visiting many relatives
at,d enjoying the '"Mum" show.
Miss Edith Dungan returned last
Friday from Chiilirothe, where she had
ieeu visiting A. R. Coburn and wife.
Misses Dora aud Martina Martin and
l)r Gebhar', of St. Joseph, returned
with her to spend Sunday and to attend
the -'Mum" show.
Edward Pinkston has traded his
Maitland residence property to Joseph
flohlirzell, the transfer being made
Wednesday. Mr. Pinkston his also
bought a farm seven miles east of St.
Joseph. He and Mrs. Pinkston expect
to remove to St. Joseph next spring and
Mr. and Mrs. Iloblitzell will come to
Maitland to make theirhome. Maitland
Thero was a number of ladies from
the northern part of the county in at
tendance upon the Chrysanthemum
show, Friday of last week They were
from Fairfax: Mrs. H. C. Bade; from
Corning: Mesdames. I. S. Dankers, T. S.
Dankers, W. C. Pearson; from Maitland:
Mesdames. M. C. Brumbaugh, V. L.
Bohari, D. A. Gelvin, J. E. Weller, Ed
Pinkston, J. B. Mcllugh, H. C. Noel and
Miss Blanche Morrison.
Mrs. Edith Bunker entertained at'
luncheon, Thursday of iat-t week, for
Me-dmes. Maude Fiegeubaum, of Ge t
neva, .NVb , Henry ai d Emmett Tht-mas, !
of Mound City. Covers were laid for'
eight, the place cards being souvenir
pictures of the Bunker twins. The'
guests were: Mesdames. Maude Fiegen- j
baum, Henry Thomas. Emmett Thomas, 1
W. C. Proud, W. B. Hinde, C D. Zook, !
Silas Bucher, and tho hostess. !
Herman F. Limback, general agent'
of tt e National Life Insurance company, (
of Montpielier, Vt., suicided in the Cote- '
mercial hotel at Wathena, Kas.,Wednes- i
day night of last week, November li?tb .
bv s-'heoting himself in the hear! with a
revolver. He was afreqjent visitor to '
Oreat.n and other towns of our county,
ami had written a great many policies. '.
A si ortagt- of c"2.50 in his accuur.le is
said to have been the cause, lie leaves ;
a wid w and two children He carried
.?lU,t:C0 life insurance. In September
last Mr. Limback purchased some "J00
birds of th While Wyandotte class,
from Mr Bridgi-man. of' this city, pay-'
ing $50.) for the Hock, and he became j
interested cn an extensive scale in the '
Try Heinz New Dill Pickles at C.
R. C. Benton was a St. Joseph visi
tor last Friday.
Charles J. Kiock was in St. Joseph
Monday of this week on business.
Two well furnished rooms for roat
centrally located. Call at this oilice.
Mrs. A. A Disque, of St Joseph, is
here visiting many friends and relatives
School Books, Slates. Tablets. Pen
cils. Ii k, Eic, at Phillip's Drug Store
Orick Kreek uassome Poland China
Pigs for tale ami they are good ones
E. H. Vandeventt r, V. G Reed and
Sp-ck Pew, of Mound City, were Ore
gon visitors Saturday of last we-k.
The Weekly In'er Ocean and The
Sentinel, can now be secur-d for the
price of The Skvi inkl alonn SI 50. Ad
can be found on another page.
Fire destroyed the farm house oc
cupied by Staidey Withey. on the T. C.
McCoy Jarni, north of Mound City, on
November K5th. Mr. Withey lost most
of his household effects.
J. C. WH1TMER,
North Side of Square,
Star Tobacco V-iA??'
Miss Leita Russei, of Mound City,
was the guest of Mary Price, over Sun
day. Hi Montgomery, of Skidmore, came
down to the Mum show and also to visit
his Pa and Ma and his many friends
"RlonlrofQ? AVe11 1 sl,oul(l sav 1
JJlCti-LiVCLO. have some bargains.
See me before you buy, for its money in your
pocket. C. W. KIMi.
Mrs. J. C. Fitts, of Kansas City,
was here a couple of days last week, vij.
iting her mother and other relatives aud
Dan Carr is back in old Holt, hav
ing returned from Kansas last week,
and is making hi temporary abiding
place at the borne of his daughter, Mrs.
Olive Gotten, of Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. ICunkle had
a few intimate friends in to lunch, last
Thursday, com, limentary to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Poiiock, who were married
in LaBelle, the 14th instant. Mrs.
Pollock, who was Tot Mitchell, and Mrs.
Kunkel are sisters.
; Mrs. Silas Bucher entertained at
luncheon Saturday, covers being laid
for nine. Tho.-e present were Mesdames,
',Henry aud Emmett Thomas and
George Meer, wf Mound City, A. A.
Disque, of S'. Joseph, C. D. Zook, G H.
Price, W. B. Hitide, C. E. Banker and
M. D. W.Jker, on Thursday last, re
ceived a check for $1,000 from the Wood
men of the World, in payment of the
life insurance of Cuap Flynn, who died
September 18th, the beneficiary being
his 11 year old daughter, Dora, Mr.
Walker having been ap ointed her
guardian. Dora is now with an aunt at
In all probability the Hon. John
Kennish on his retin-ment from the of
fice of assistant attorney-general, will en
gage in the practice of law in St Jo
seph. We do hope this rumor may be
rue, for we feel that the Republicans
of this distiict need Mr Kennish, and
his friends in Holt will only be glad lo
have him so near to them.
A number of Oregon people went to
Kansas City this week to witness the
Missouri-Kansas football struggle on
Thanksgiving Day. Among those -who
went down were: Mrs. T. C. Dungan
at-d daughters, Misses Edith and Hor
tenso, and their guest, Miss Norma Roth,
of Unionville, Mr. and Mrs. C. D Zook
and Will Curry, Milton and Will Moore,
George Kunz, Lloyd Thatcher, George
At 10 p m. Wednesday, November
18th, members of Mrs. Fanny Piice's
household discovered that venerable
lady mo'.ionlfss from the effects of a
stroke of paralysis which came without
warning between the hour of retiring,
aud 10 o'clock. The right side is princi
pally affected and s :o can only n ove tLe
hand and foot on that sido. The vocal or
gans are very little affected, although
very feeble, and she can talk understanding-.
Her mind is not affected
perceptibh, but is subject, of course, to
her extreme physical weakness. It can
not be disguised that Mrs. Price's condi
tion is very critical, and that death is li
able to ensue at any hour. Her 9."jth
birthday will be recorded November 2G.
H B. S. THATCHER U
I' FD1ERAL -BIBEGTOE 1
1 AND EfflBALMER.
III COFFIITS, CASKETS AND S
S TUNESAIi SUPPLIES. W
Calls proniptiy attended cither city uj
H or country, day or night.
g Both Phones
S Agent for Stuppy Floral Com- y
m pany. Flowers furnished for p
OREGON, : MISSOUftl.
T. L. PRICE, Hardware
OREGON, MISSOURI. West Side Square.
For Sale by R. C. Benton, Oregon, Missouri.
NO. I. A good Sj acre farm 1 aud Yx miles west of New Point. Mo., 4 room house,
barn, corn crib, wagon shed, hog house, good well, cistern and spring. Build
ings comparatively new asell a9 land. Price S75 per acre.
NO. 2. 140 acre6 4 and '. miles northwest of Oregon, Mo.. 7 room house, brick
cave, good orchard, small barn, plenty of water, land very pnductive. Price
S30 per acre.
NO. 3. A seven acn tract with houe and st.ible, well, and onlv I aud t mileB
to Oregon. Price $700.
NO. 4. Four room house and lot in town, that rents for 85 per month. Price S440.
NO. 5. Four room house and lot just west of public square, plenty of fruit, ne w
cave, good cistern. See me for price.
OPERA HOUSE, FOREST CITY, MO.
"b ONE NIGHT ONLY --"ul.
Tuesday, Dec. 1. 1908
J The Monroe Amusement Co.,
AND A SELECT COMPANY IN
THE 4-ACT COMEDY DRAMA
A Dramatization of Bertha M. Clay's
FEATURE VAUDEVILLE BETyiriirrAcS
Reserved Seat Sale Now Open At
i Usual Place.
Low Round Trip Kates to the
Union Stock Yards. Chicago. Nov. 28 to Dec. 10.
The finest display rf pure bp. d cattle sheep and -u ine, draft,
coach and saddle hor-cs. The finest fat -tic'n slum . r heM.Spi ual
prize exhibits. Stock judinj; contests. Packing hou-.e exhibits.
Breeders' and stockmen's meetings. Public sales of pure bred stock.
Daily programs and brilliant evening entertainments and horse fairs
with music: nrti-tic evolutions and intricate riding and driving con
tests in the huc amjihitheatre, sf-atin; io,yy persons.
If win hm1 :iJ iiif,re-t,I it Sirr-iUii;; r stuck
Oiw Stove trade
is starting' o it'
troori. Our line
is large, and our
prices are low
We want you to
see our st o c k
wheth e r yo u
buy or not.
Safety Kazo r s,
to look at our
Silver Knives &
Forks & Spoons.
We have some
thing good in
this line, a car
El wood V ire
Fencing in soon.
We solicit your
i Jt.--iiiir. -!: i':ni:iif :I:iirii io :i:--:.m ur-;t s:iiv.
J. T. BIP.VJNCHAM, Agent,
C. S. & Q. Fi. R ,
FOREST CITY, . MO.
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