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Q MEN'S WORKTHOESD
We are showing four numbers in Men's Work Shoes that can not be beat tor hard wear and solid comfort. Men's Kangaroo Calf, Vamps, Blue Canvas Top, at Men's Foot Form Kangaroo Calf Blucher . Men's Tan Blucher Calf . . . Men's All For Wear .... Men's Athletic Shoes, in Tans, Greens, Blacks at Boys at . $2.25 2.50 2.75 .3.00 1.50 to 2.50 1.50 FITTS-BUNKER MERCANTILE- GO. WE SELL PETERS' SHOES. Furniture and Undertakin. Your patronaqe in the past years has been ap preciated and we shall endeavor to merit a continuance of the same. You will find our goods up-to-date, both as to QUALITY and DESIGN, and, that we are ever ready to satlsty your wants. If you are going to Paint your house or Renovate your old Furniture, come in and see us --We sell the Heath & Milligan 9 BEST PREPARED PAINT AND SUNSHINE FINISHES. (DENNY & RAYHlLP OREGON, . . MISSOURI. Furniture and Undertaking Wall Paper at Phillips Drug-Store Tom Curry was in. St. Joseph, Monday, on business. C. E. Wright, of Maitland, was down on business last Saturday. Weed Ilinde, of Fairfax, was here last week visiting his parents. Miss Sara Heyer, of St. Joseph, came up to spend Easter with rel atives. The Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer and The Sentinel, one year for $1.50. . Sherman Hibbard came down from Nebraska L'niversity to spend Easter at home. A Registered Pharmacist to fill your Prescription. Family liecipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. See L. I. Moore or Sons for con tracts for raising Tomatoes and Sweet Corn for Oregon Canning Co. Born, to Elmer Bond and wife, a son. Monday. April 12th. liW). Dr. .1. F. Chandler was in attendance. No smoke.no odor nor black chim neys, if you use National Oil. Try a gallon. Sold by. JIindk Dnvo Co. gERTjPIERCE; DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore B'idc. Hours fl 'i. in. r.o 1" m. 1:30 p. ni. to o p. m. Phones. Old Mutual 4:5. --.John Miller, of I'pper Holt took his departure last week, for his new home in Fergus county. Montana, near Le wist own. - Grandma E. C. Cole, of Fillmore, is visiting her son, CityMar?hall Cole, and while here has been quite sick, but is now much better. Elder Dawson was called to Princeton, Kentucky, Thursday last, by telegram, announcing the alarming illness of his sister. She died before he reached her bedside. We handle the best Hog Dip put on the market. Now is the time to dip. Hogs are high and lice will kill hogs: dip will kill lice. Sold by, Hixde Drug Co. The affairs of the Maryville Nor mal are said to be in a worse fix than any of the state normals. It is shown that the pay roll of the school is nearly $42,000. while the school has onlv about 200 students. UNVLK UUK NtW IAM1 MMLffl we are able to give you some prices that will appeal to your pocket book. We hand you herewith some few items for your perusal,and from . time to time we will give out our prices through The Sentinel. Here are a few: Axle Grease, per box $ .0 Perfection Oil Stoves, witii best Oven 10.00 Gasoline.Stoves, $2.50 and upward 14 -inch Malleable Garden Rakes 35 Polished Steel Garden Hoes 48 Pittsburgh Fence, 26 inches high, 6 -inch Mesh 28 Timothy Seed Fancy, Home Grown, per cwt. 5.00 Clover Seed Fancy, per cwt 11.70 All kinds of Fresh Garden Seeds in Bulk, at Lowest Prices, duality con sidered. Our Farm Machiuery, as you have seen in former advertisements, is Right in duality and Price. Give us a call. Bragg-Munn H'd'w Co. OREGON, MISSOURI. Health and Acci dent Insurance. Combined In One Policy. ! FEDERAL CASUALTY COMPANY Monthly benefits range from $20.00 J to $100.00 per month, according to oc icupation, income and amount of in jsuranee desired. For further infor mation, call on, ' A. V. COTTEX. Solicitor, Oregon. Mo. If you wish to purchase a millinery stock and fixtures, write, or phone Mrs. L. Terry. !New Point, Mo. Owners of incubators, we handle the Best National Coal Oil for incu bators, best for lighting purposes does not smoke the chimney nor co rode the wick- Burns twice as bright and as long as any other coal oil. Sold by, Hinde Drug Co. Through a mistake in the copy, the refrigerator prices in the ad of T. L. Price read "$lfi.50 to $36.30, ' when it should read, "$13.50 to $30.50." Scarless Liniment is to give per fect satisfaction in barb wire cuts. Sprains, galls, flesh wounds, etc., or money refunded, at Phillips' Drug Store. It will also cure roup with chickens. George Beasley and Miss Vernie Leach, both of Forbes, went to St. .Joseph Friday last and went up to the recorder's otlice and secured their license to become husband and wife. We extend congratulations. The coming home this week, from Brussels, of Mr. and Mrs. O.C.I .aider, by Hev. and Mrs. T. D. Roberts, is anxiously looked forward to. Mrs. Haider is a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Roberts and the couple have been in Belgium the past year taking a musi cal course from some of the world's masters. The Priests of Pallas have on hand a limited number of post cards representing last year's floats, 15 in number. Any reader of this paper may obtain a set free of chaiv In sending name and address with a copy of this notice to the Priests of Pallas, Kansas City, Mo. Parade this year October 5th, 15)09. C. D. Zook has returned from .Tohnstown.Pa.jWherehe and Mrs.Zook visited relatives. Their daughter, Miss Mary, came from Vassar Col lege to Johnstown to spend her spring vacation with them. Mrs. Zook remained for a few day's visit with her niece, Miss Anna Curry, who is attending Northwestern. She will return home the last oTthe week. George B. Murray and family left this week for Ochiltree, Texas, stop ping over Sunday in Kansas City with Mrs. Murray's relatives. Mr. Murray has bought a section of land three miles south of Ochiltree, the county seat of Ochiltree county. The land is partly improved and lies well. We are very sorry to loose this estimable family, and our best wishes follow them to their new home. In our own little city, all of the churches, excepting the Christian church, had their special services of prayer and song on Sunday last, to take part in the universal rejoicing for Christ's resurrection. The ab sence of Elder Dawson on account of his sister's death in Kentucky, is the cause of there being no services at the Christian church. II; is on the streets of Jerusalem, however, that the most pretentious ceremonies are held on Easter Sunday. Jerusalem is the mecca of the Christians in Europe at Eastertime. Notice change in Tom Price's ad this week. - '"V Hi Montgomery, of Skid more, was down last Friday, on business. Bay Lukens spent last Sunday with his brother George,'fn Kansas City. Buy the Mound City Paint. Phil lips' Drug Store. He guarantees ev ery gallon. Mrs. Minnie Carder, of St. Joseph, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Kate Seeman. Buel Enyeart, of Savannah, was visiting his former school chums, a few days, the past w eek. The Inter Ocean and Farmer "has a special farm department. This .pa per can now be secured for one year in combination with The Sentinel for' $1.50. Rev. Seelig and wife, of Grant City, and Rev. T. P. Roberts, of New Point, attended the funeral of Joseph Hoblitzell, vthicb. was held here Saturday last. F. S. Morgau and wife were called to Kansas City this week by the ser ious illness of their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Hill. Miss Olive had just re turned from a visit with her sister. The Savannah. Mo., postollice was robbed Tuesday night of last week. The robbers secured $10.71 cash from the money order drawer and $2.08 of the postal and stamp funds. - Don Smith's young friends here will be glad to learn that he is now in the employ of "The Hub." Chica go's largest retail clothing establish ment. Everybody in Oregon will be glad to hear of his success. r May yon live lonti as you like, and have what you waut as long as you live. "Trade here and get b th." . NOTICE !Not what you pay, "but what you get, is the best test of value Scholars of the Public School! I am going to offer 3 cash prizes for the 3 best ads that an- scholar in the public school or the rural school will hand in on or before the last day of this month. Ads to be written to till this space, and to be written on the line of goods I carry. RULES: 1. Any one person can hand in as many ads as they want, but orily one will receive prize. 2. All points of a good ad will be considered. 3. All ads will be numbered, and the judges will not know who w rote ad. 4. I will give information in regard to stock and price that any one wants. 5. I will have on display at the store all the ads I have written this year. tt. I will have the privilege of using any or all the ads I receive. 7. First prize, $1.00; 2nd prize, 50c: 3rd prize, 25c. For other information, inquire at the store. Special Price on Oranges-40c size for 30c. SAVED! All the little chickens you hatch if you feed my ehix feed. HARVEY EVANS. Where Everything is Sold With a Guar antee of Satisfaction PRODUCE. Highest Mark et Price Al ways Paid. i r j. l. wrim IDEIsTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. A large new line of Wall Paper at E. O. Phillips' Drug Store. WAITED A good girl for gen eral house work. Mrs. T. C. Duxgan. Dave Catron, of Bigelow, leaves this week for his new home at Arco, Idaho. Mrs. Frank Foster is in Chillico the enjoying a visit with Prof. Co burn and family. Alonzo Smallwood, of Excelsior Springs, is here visiting his parents, and other relatives. The celebrated Mound City Paint for sale at Phillips' Drug Store. Every gallon guaranteed. George E. Gelvin has sold his meat market to Frank KietTer, who will take possession in a few days. Alex. VanBuskirk and Rev. Wal ton attended the St. Joseph Presby tery, which met at Cameron this week. Mrs. Hugh Cottier and Miss Mi nerva Ward, of near Crig, have been the guests of J. C. Meyer and family and other relatives. The Far m e r ?s Co-Operative Cream Co., is the oldest and most re liable in the West. This cream sta tion is at Moore & Kreek's. We have the best UD-to-date line of Groceries in the city. Why is it? Be- f) cause we sell the goods,and have every- ( thing fresh. You have your Easter hat and suit, but how about your EASTER CANDY for the children? We are the agents for the Farmers' Co-operative Creamery Co., of Omaha; the oldest and most reliable Creamery Co., in the West. Bring in your Cream. We pay the highest price, beginning Saturday. Don't forget our brand of COFFEES, which consists of Chase & Sanborn's, Schottens,' Old Judge, Defiance and Bours. We guarantee them all. Our line of TEA is the best on the market. We have ail kinds of Smoked Fish, Herring, Mackerel and Salmon, Come and look at them. Send your laundry in on Tuesdays. EC l E. S. THATCHER FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND MBALMER. COFFINS, CASKETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Calls promptly attended either city or country, day or ninnt. Both Phones Agent for Stuppy Floral Com . pany. Flowers furnished for all occasions. OREGON, : MISSOURI. Dr. Proud reports a son born to Marcellus Mclntyre and wife. Apr.12. Mrs. Lee Stephenson and sister, Eva, were in St. Joseph Thursday of last week. Frank Lynch, of Wathena, Kans., spent Easter Sunday here with his wife and child. Bert Maple and wife spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. M's. mother, Mrs. Nedrow, of Maitland. Mrs. W. C. Opel accompanied her son-in-law, John Polley, and children home to St. Joseph, Monday and re mained a few davs with them. A good assortment of Hats. Hats all kinds of Hats at reasonable prices. MRS. E. A. XETIIERLAND. I have a few 1,000 Apple Trees: also some Peach, Pear and Plum, and a fine lot of Evergreens. Prices reas onable. S. N. BucnEK. E. M. Austin and family, of Fair fax, were down last week, visiting Father and Mother Roecker, and Uncle Robert Montgomery and wife. Eldon Evans, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. L, Evan, of this city, a student in the state university, has been chosen to teach American history in the Teachers' College at Columbia. 3 f) THE GROCEES, ft fj OREGON, : : MISSOURI. Goods Delivered. Both Phones. 8 MOORE & KREEK, DERRICK REFRIGERATORS-DRY AIR The Ilerrick Refrig erators are made of seasoned Oak, filled with Mineral Wool, and with best Hinges and Latches. Here are a few names of parties using the Ilerrick: Charles Markt, Geo. Patterson, Andy Hersh ner, Lee Stephenson. Frank Morgan, Perry Moore, Cade Bunker and others. We have sold the Herrick for seven years, and not a dissatisfied customer. Come in and examine the Herrick. Prices, $13 50 to $36 50. I AMERICAN AND ELLWOOD WIRE FENCING and all kinds of Summer Goods. We sell Moore Bros., Copper Cable Lightning Rods. Yours for good Hardware, not cheap goods. T PRICE, HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE, OREGON, MISSOURI. Harold Kahn and Harold Shep ard, of Bigelow, left Monday for Seattle, Wash., and points on the Pacific Coast. FOR SALE If you want cheap and good land for Stock, Farming and Alfalfa, write to me; I have them at at all prices. G. M. Chaffee, Real Estate, Loans and Renting, Franklin, INebr. I have a couple of yearling Red Polled Bulls for sale, near Oregon Missouri, T.C. Duxgax. Sweet Cora and.Tomato contracts wanted by Oregon Canning Co. See Moore, at Moore & Kreek's store. FOR SALE My two residences in Oregon. For further particulars, call on, or address Jas. A Vaugiix.