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Women's and Children's Tan and Oxblood Oxfords and Pumps. $3.00 Oxfords, at - - 82.50 Oxfords, at $2.00 Oxfords, at $2.25 I 1.88I 1.50 1 . : : 1 Odd lots of Children's Slippers in Tan, Patent Leather and Vici at 1-3 off. FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. m In I Jr r h hurniture ana unoeraKii LEST WE F0R6ET, When You Think Of FURNITURE ; Think Of For SUMMER SEASON Porch and Lawn Pieces. Hammocks, 75c and up. See us for a Fireless Cooker--ihe greatest inven tion of the age I Wall Paper at Phillips Drug Store. Dr. B. B. Simmons, 518 Francis Street, St. Joseph, Mo. Miss Maude Partridge was in Kansas City, a few days last week. All New Drinks, and a nice place to rest. "Get a Fan." IIixde Drug Co. Bert Maple and wifespent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nedrow, in Maitland. Huge Geil has returned from Omaha. Neb., wyere lie has been vis iting his brother, Adolph. Mrs. Paul Frye and children were visiting her parents, D. A. Young and wife, in St. .Joseph, over Sunday. Mrs. Tom Frye has returned from Mound Citv. where she visited her daughter, Mrs. George Meyer and family. Mrs. D. J. Freuch and daughter, Miss Myrtle, left Sunday for a visit with Mrs. French's mother, in Bloom tield, Iowa. DENT I SI Oregon, Mo. Office in Mm Moore tl'ld?. Hour, li -i. in. to 12 rn. 1 :30 p. m. to 5 jj. m. Phones. Old 01, Mutual 43. I- ii 19! hurniture ana unoeriaKin Elden Evans has come home from the University summer school and will spend the balance of the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Manville Carol hers and family, of Kirksville, have been visiting at the home of T. O. Kreek, the past week. The Christian churches, of Holt icnunrv. will hold their annual con- j vention in Craig on Saturday and Sunday, August 14-15. Joseph Loucks and son, Will, of Frankfort, Kas., were the guests of D. W. Thuma, Mrs. Julia King and Mrs. Anna Foster, a few days last week. Mrs. E. S. McDonald, Mrs. W. C. Opel and Mrs. Herb McDonald were in St. Joseph Tuesday attending the funeral of Miss Carrie Amos, who died Sunday last. There will be United Brethern services at Lincoln school house next Sundaj. August 15, at 11 a. m., and at Xodaway at 8 p. m. All are cor dially invited to attend these services. A. T. Steinel, of St. Joseph, spent Sundav at the home of John Feuer- ! backer, returning in the evening. His wife and son, Archie, returned home with him. after an extended vis it with Mrs. Feuerbacker and other ! friends. 5EE OUR WINDOW! SIMPLIST POPULAR PRICES FULLY GUARANTEED TESTED ''SCCHi:STSIl', Something New at the Foun tain, Marshmallow Sundae. Caramel Sundae. Nut Frappe. SOMETHING NEW. IIinde Dkug Co. PERFECT COFFEE ASSURED PROVED HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU SAID "We have always wanted a coffee percolator but the prices were prohibitive." The above cut illustrates the success of an attempt to meet the in creasing demand for a good coffee percolator at a price within the reach of all. This percolator is made from the best copper, nickel plated, has no small parts to lose, no valves to get out of order, makes delicious and uniform coffee. Look at these prices: o cup size, $2.00; 7 cup size, $2.25; 8 cup size. $2.50. See the demon stration in our store, taste the delicious cotlee and you 11 be satis lied that the "ROCHESTER" is for you. Ask for free (half-tone illustrated) circular on "How to Make Exquisite Coffee. Bragg-iunn H'd'w Co. OREGON, MISSOURI.' Dr. J. C. Whitseii, m. xk, r,je, Nncp. and Throat bpeciaiist. Unioc nriiimtpd. Rooms 1 and o Inercial Block, S. E. corner 6th Edmond Sts.,bt. Josepn, -io. Ilence Phone 61S0. Uinvn ?i nnnnlp. of vearlinsr Eed i Bulls for sale, near Oregon Imri, T. U. dukgax. luy the Mound City Paint. Phil- IDrug Store. He guarantees ev-allon. 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, Nebr. J. A. Ross is prepared to pull your stumps, hedge, etc. Clearing land in general. Address him at For est City, Mo. Harvey Evans is entertaining his parents, J. C. Evans and wife, of White City, Kansas. Curt Kennedy and family, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday here with his parents, Wilse Kennedy and wife, and other relatives. Miss Jennette Baker and her niece, Mel by Henderson, of Jackson ville, Ills., are here enjoying a visit with her aunt, Mrs. F. L. Zeller. The real estate deals for the month just past, show a decided in crease over those of July 1903. The warranty deals for July, 1909, totaled SSl.StfO, as compared with $30,705 for the same month a year ago, while the releases amounted to S3,G00, in 1908, they were 834,120 in July 1909. George Johnson, white, who on July 20. shot and instantly killed John W. Moore, a well-to-do Platte county farmer, was taken from jail and hanged by a mob early Monday morning of last week, August 2d, at Platte City. Governor Iladley has of fered ?300 reward for the apprehen sion and conviction of the lynchers. For Sale. I alter for salle an SO acre farm: the west half.of the northeast fourth of section 9. township GO, Jof range 37, and what is known as the David M. Pollock farm. For particulars inquire of JONAS AVH1TMER, Mound City, Mo. Richard, aged three, and Marga ret, IS months, children of Will M. Maupin and wife, of Lincoln, Neb., are visiting Uncle Whit and family, while their mamma and papa are at tending the meetings of The Inter national Typographical Union, in St J oseph. The street parade this year with Coulter & Coulter's Famous Dog and Pony Shows is the most novel and pleasing yet attempted in this line, and is entirely different from anything you have ever seen in the past. Their band is mounted on 12 dapple grey horses. Be sure to come out and see it at 1 p. m., Oregon, Mo., Saturday, Aug 14, 1909, in Benton's Park. A large new line of Wall Paper at E. O. Phillips' Drug Store. Frank Castle commenced working at Fitt-Bunkers, Monday of this week. Grandma Vogan is on a visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Meyer, near Morrill, Kans. The celebrated Mound City Paint for sale at Phillips' Drug Store. Every gallon guaranteed. A Registered Pharmacist to till your Prescription. Family Recipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store Mrs. G. W. Murphy and son, Frank, have returned from a visit with her invalid sister, near St. Paul. We can now furnish The Sentinel and The Journal of Agriculture, St. Louis, for 81.50, up to the number of 20. A four inch rain is reported to have fallen on Tuesday evening, 3d inst, north of New Point, in the Will Hodgin section. Assessor Ramsay is now busy tak ing the merchants' statements. He has made the assessments of Forbes Nodaway and Hickory townships. Misses Ilattie Harris and Nell Frye and Lloyd Thatcher left Sunday for a month at the various Colorado resorts and Salt Lake City, Utah. A Magnitieent powder, Delight fully Perfumed. 81.00 per pound. Pre vents Sunburn and Freckles. Now on sale. 25 cents. Hixde Dkug Co. L. P. Miller, wife and children, of St. Joseph, spent a few days last week visiting Grandpa and Grandma J. R. Brown and her sister, Mrs. Af Quick. George Kunz left Monday of this week for Seattle, Wash., with the view of locating some place in that part of the country. We wish him the best of success. J. c. ZDZEHSTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Sheriff McNulty left Monday for Boonville, in charge of Kent Savage, of Craig, who was sent by the county court to the state reform school, for a term of two years. Miss Minnie Best, of Kansas City, is here visiting her grandfather, J. B. Payne, and other relatives. She will remain until after court, doing steno graphic work in the law office of R. B. Bridgeman. WANTED District Deputy in nolt county for an A. 1 fraternal in surance order. Will give good con tract and good commission for three years and will personally assist in starting the work, (lady or gentleman.) A. L. Roberts, 323 Kieth & Perry BTd'g., Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. W. C. Proud and family have returned from their trip to California and the Seattle Exposition. They re port a tine trip. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Kunkel and son, Gid, of Anadarko, Okla., who made the trip with them, stopped over for a visit with mimerj ous relatives. B. S. THATCHER FUNERAL EIEECTOS AND EMBALMS. 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. East side of Square. Room formerly occupied by Bragg Munn Furniture Store. OREGON, : MISSOURI. Does vour front vard look like a wilderness of weeds? Does the tall grass nod in the wind and conceal within its dank depths all manner of creeping things? Do passers-by point to your home and suggest that it could be made a pretty place if some attention were paid to its appearance? If such is the case a little effort is all that is necessary. Why not? Sheriff McNulty went up to Bart- lett, Iowa, Thursday of last week. August 5th, and after a short inter view with Fay Browning, of Craig, brought him down to Oregon and lodged him in jail. It is hinted that Fay knows much about the attempted noisoning of Fred Schneider by his wife and that he had a hand in the affair, having purchased the poison for the woman. The Forest City News has been sold to O. M. Gilmer, of the Maitland Herald, and he will take charge issu ing his first number this week. The Deckers.during their 20 months of the ownership of the News, have given the people of Forest City, a clean, spicy, local paper, and, wherever they may go, we wish them peace and prosperity. Good as Old Wheat in the Mill I have just unloaded another car of Humboldt Flour, all milled out of old wheat-Tins assures us another car of the best Flour on earth. Valley Lilly for High Patent and Crowning Glory for sec ond, cannot be beat. Mill Feed at the right price. Always Lead in the Produce Market a Fruit Tin Pickling vinpcr.iv Jars. Cans. Spices. 0,u. AH Kinds of Soda Pop, Hop Ale and Lemonade. I Ice Water 111 j" Chairs to i I to drink.fgpg o308, sit on- I jrY , I, pwi pi COME AND SEE US FOR Flour, Groceries, Canned Goods, Queensware, Goods Delivered Quick. Both Phones. Yours for Business, MOORE fc EREEE, OREGON, : : MISSOURI. 8 a 8 8 M Reduced Prices. 1 0 8 8 8 8 on REFRIGERATORS to close out. Just four boxes left. m Oft 3 8 s s 00 50 50 50 SO 1 Refriirerator, regular price, $li.50. Reduced price $14 1 Refrigerator, regular price, $22.50. Reduced price $18. 1 Refrigerator, regular price, $25.50. Reduced price $21. 1 Refrigerator, regular price, $27.50. Reduced price $23. Hot weather is here. You will have to use ice till October, better buy now and save money. Oil and Gasoline Stoves. Ice Cream Freezers. Wire Cloth, Etc. We solicit your trade. T. L PRICE, HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE, OREGON, MISSOURI. The town of Parnell was beaten in a damage suit recently on account of injuries from a defective sidewalk. The town council has wisely profited by the lesson and ordered all defective walks immediately torn up and re placed by concrete walks. If the property owners do not do this within 30 days, the town will do it and as sess the property for cost.