Newspaper Page Text
inreKJSWcdinepDiPd Dhoe& Buy Diamond Brand Shoes and you will get good val ues and com fortable wear I Women's High Grade. Welt Shoes in Patent Colt, with Cloth Top, and Dull Kid Tops in Button and Lace, $3 50. Gun Metal and Vici Kid with flexible moony soles, $3.00. Women's Cascade at $2.50, in all Leathers in But ton and Lace. Children's Shoes in all grades, wjth a School Com panion free. FITTS-BIMER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. Furniture anr undertaking f Mrs. C. D. Zook was in St. Joseph, this week. Mrs. Roy Kunkel and Kenneth, were in St. Joseph last week. For Sale Poland China Boar: a good one, A. Curry. For Sale Good, rubber-tired, lea ther upholstered phaeton:FrankFoster Tom Curry and wife are home from a several weeks' outing at Big Lake. Oren Smith, of Mound City, is a student of the Kansas City Dental College. Calling cards, both printed and engraved: call at this office and see samples. Mrs. Wm. Morrisand son, Oakley were in bt. Joseph, a couple of davs last week. D. P. Dobyns is spending the week with his son, Ed. and family, in Carrollton. gEBTPIERCE, DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office In the Moore B'idc. Hours 9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. iO 5 p. m. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. You are to be the Judge. When wanting anything in the FURNITURE Line come in and look through our Stock. We have a lot of good things for you at prices that will be satisfactory to you. Our goods are from the best Factories and Mills. We sell the Heath & Milligan "Best Prepared Paint." Also Oils and Var nishes, Glass. Picture Frames and a general line of Furniture Sundries. DENNY & RAY HILL. OREGON, MISSOURI. Furniture and Undertaking i Here are a few of the good things obtainable at our store: Hard Coal Stoves Soft Coal Stoves Trash Burners Tinware Enamel Ware Nickel Plated Ware Silverware Queensware Acetylene Light Carbide Acetylene Auto Carbide Window Glass Picture Glass Picture Frames Furniture Linoleum Window Shades American Wire Electric Weld ire Barb Wire Smooth Wire Baling ire Pumps Wind Mills Gas Engines Fan Mills Cider Mills Feed Grinders Corn Shellers Sewing Machines Washing Machines Cream Separators Cutlery And almost anything you want in these lines. We will furnish anything you want at mail order house prices, on the same terms. Bragg-Munn H'd'w Co. OREGON, MISSOURI. Dr. J. C. Whitsell, M. D., Eye, Ear, !Nose and Throat Specialist. Spectacles adjusted. Booms 1 and 5 Commercial Block, S. E. corner 6th and Edmond Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Residence Phone 6180. I have a couple of yearling Bed Polled Bulls for sale, near Oregon Missouri T. C. Dungax. Buy the Mound City Paint. Phil lips' Drug Store. lie guarantees ev ery gallon. FOB SALE If you want cheap and good land for Stock, Fanning and Alfalfa, write to me: I have them at all prices. G. M. Chaffee, Beal Estate, Loans and Benting, Franklin, INebr. FOB SALE Eight acres of good corn. Wes Bostock. Miller and Clinton Wagons. See Frank Foster. Don Morgan, agent at Forbes, is building an addition to his already comfortable residence. U. B. Bayhill and wife are home from a visit with Pana, Ills., and St. Louis friends and relatives. On I riday of last week, Frank C A.. A t I I.-.-- oulloh soia seven last juarcn pigs and they brought him S86.80. A Eegistered Pharmacist to fill your Prescription, Family Becipes Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. .Levi bchulte has put in cement blocks and steps for Charley Hilsen beck and cement steps for Fred Wetzel. Mrs. Susan Bussel and Charline are visiting her daughters, Mrs. Ora Crampton and Mrs. Code Pitts, in Kansas City. A. H. Greene and sons are doing a good job of painting for Captain Albert Boecker the house, barn and outbuildings. T. L. Price will receive a car-load of Page Woven wire and Lyon wire, next week. If in need of wire see this before buying. -V. A. Guthrie, wife and son, of Nodaway count', near Wilcox, spent Monday here, visiting his cousin, Mrs. William Turnham and family. George Poynter and family, of Bigelow, aTe back home after a few days' visit with Grandpa and Grand ma Joe H. Graham, of Kansas City. -Will McKee, great favorite among a-Jot of people, and Miss Mattie Si mons, are now husband and wife, having been married on Wednesday, October Gth,1909. Be sure and buy whole root bud ded apple and other trees of D. W. Thuma, agent of Stark Bros. Nursery & Orchard Co., of Louisiana, Mo. The oldest in the west. LIST YUUK FARM FOR SALE with me if you want to sell. If j'ou want to buy a farm, it will pay you to see me. l have a number or good farms for sale of which there area few 'bargains. "My business is nothing else but buying, selling, exchanging and renting tor you. 1 also have inquiry re garding farms' to rent. If you have a farm to sell, exchange or rent, write me, or best of all, come and see me. 1 ill be giad to talk with you on any proposition you may have to offer. Call at office or write to A. W. COTTEN, Real Estate, Oregon, Mo. John Parsons, after trying, some two years, Nebraska soil and climate, concluded Holt county was good enough, and has returned to his old home, near Forest Citv. -N. L. Pierce has painted the resi dence of Mrs. Noe, at Forbes, both in side and out. He also painted the outside of the farm residence of John Taylor, living below Forbes. -Miss nortense Dungan is in Unionville, this state, where she will be maid of honor at the wedding of Miss Norma Both to Mr. Ben Mullins, on Saturday evening, uctoDer ibtn. Ed Hinkle, of Lebanon, Mo., has been back among his former Bigelow friends. He has rented his farm down there and is seriously thinking of coming DacK to uia ioit. jso place like home, Ed. Miss Elsie May, daughter of Al bert Prussman, of Clay township, and O. H. Bowland, of Savannah, were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prussman, Wednesday evening of last week, October 6th, 1909. Sweet potatoes! Three of them and thev made a load too. Will H. Fuerbacher brought three sweet po tatoes of the Bermuda variety, which he had raised, to this office, last Sat urday, and they weighed 12 pounds. Ferd Bostock and wife have re turned from a week's visit with his oldest sister, Mrs. Henry Meyer, of Fairview, Kas. She is now 72 years of age and has been a paralytic for several years, and is the eldest of the children of Ferdinand and Nancy Bo stock. Miss Lois Welty was a St. Joseph visitor, last week. Mrs. Cora Burgess was a St. Jo seph visitor, last week. Bliss Bailey went to Kansas City this week, to seek employment. Wagons, Scoop Boards and Wa gon Boxes. Frank Foster Mrs. Stella Fredericks is assisting Mrs. Daisy Cole, in her dressmaking parlors. oii oale a good sucking mare mules: spring colts. Apply to Frank Sutton. The Highland school house has been nicely papered and painted bv Ed Carroll. For Sale A second-hand base burner, in good condition. Call on Bev Bruns. Mrs. Lulu Seeraan and Carrie have returned from a visit with Kan sas City relatives. The Christian Endeavor society is holding its state convention in St Joseph, this week. J? uit s A Li is iviv place, hair a mile east of Oregon. J. II. Kiplinger, Valley Falls. Kansas. Miss Alice Barbour, of Kansas City, is here visiting her parents, D. A. Barbour and wife. Mrs. W. C. Opel and grandson, George Polley, spent several days in St. Joseph, last week. The celebrated Mound City Paint for sale at Phillips' Drug Store. Every gallon guaranteed. Will Noland hasretired and taken his name from the farmer list and be come a citizen of Napier. I f ZDZEZLSTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Merl Hurst, "a student in the Kansas City Veterinary College, spent Sunday here with relatives. -We extend our thanks to Mrs. G. W. Hogrefe for a late copy of the Cheyenne Wells, Colo., Republican, Get your Glass, Putty and Wall Paper; it is getting cold. THE HINDE DBUG CO. Uncle Henry Boselius, we are sorry to learn, has Deen quite sick the past week. We hope for a speedy recovery. Sherman Hibbard, who was called home bv the death or his mother, re turned to his school in Lincoln, Neb., Sunday last. Miss Madge Paxton, of Buffalo, Dallas county, Mo., is visiting her cousin, Miss iiomie batman, or tne Blair district. Mercer ninde, who is working in wholesale drug house, in Kansas City, came up last Sunday to spend the day with home folks. -Lonnie Stephenson and wife left Monday for Colorado, where they in tend to make their future home. May success follow them. Clyde and Harry Baker are put ting a handsome outside coating on the large and hansome home of Horace Larkham, northwest of Maitland. Joe J. Pierce, who had been here for a week, visiting his mother and other relatives, left for his home in Colorado Springs, Colo., Thursday last. J. W. Yous will be 55 years old, tomorrow, and everybody go in on him and shake him by the hand. We send conirratulations from this end of the line. There will be a box supper at Culp school house, Saturday evening, October 16. Let everybody come and bring a box, and help the pupis pur chase a new organ. FRESH OYSTERS YCEllRYriCRANBERRiESY The season is now at hand for good things to eat, and you will always find this headquar ters for all and everything obtainable. I Courteous! 1 Treatmentl HARVEY EVANS. E. S. THATCHER FMEEAL BISECTOR AND EKBALMER. COFFINS, CASKET AND FTTNERAIi 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. Eoom formerly occupied by Bragg Munn Furniture Store. OREGON, MISSOURI. Lawrence E. Bennett, of Mission, Tex., has been appointed Supervisor of Census for Southern Texas. Mr. Bennett is a brother of Mrs. Sallie B. Knowles, formerly of this place. The Missouri Eiver is lower now than it has been "since last December. The government guage at St. J oseph registered 384.20, on Thursday last, which is 10 feet below the highest mark reached this year. Low is 383.7; danger is 393.7; high is 395.7. In 1881, it was 403.3 feet. The length of the Missouri along the Holt county line is 53 miles, and 55 miles along the Nodaway line. JUST IN Car of Page and Lyon Woven Wire Fencing. The Page Coil Spring Wire Fencing is the best Fencing on the market today. Come in and look at these two makes of Fencing before you buyf know I can please you. DON'T FORGET that we have the nicest line of Hard Coal Stoves than we ever had before. Prices, $28.50 to $63.50. Our Stove trade is booming, . this cold snap calls for Stoves. Come in, we can supply you. T. L. PRICE, HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MO. MOOR COME AND SEE US FOR Flour, Groceries, Canned Goods, Queensware, Goods Delivered Quick. Both Phones. Yours for Business, MOOM BEE, OREGON, MISSOURI. Hess Stock Powder is the recog nized preparation by all prominent stock raisers. It keeps your stock healthv and practically immune from all disease: it (rives them a hearty appetite and aids digestion. Give it a trial, it vou never nave; try mg once, means you'll always use it. John Bond will sell his farm of 6G acres, two miles southeast of Ore gon. See him for a bargain. For Sale About 25,000 bricks, at per thousand. See, or call Andy Fryman, Farmers' Phone.