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aBMBaa-HMMBpK drug store for window HBflHHHHHHHH!HHI BS.SroCb Yon Need LlcosJiSMm Snip Iliii A Good Sole Under Foot This Shoe is a Goodyear Welt, (hand method) made with Mooney Sole. This is a good, plump sole leather, but the method of tanning renders it as soft and pliable as a thin, turn sole- You can readily bend the toe clear back to the heel. This is an ideal Shoe for this time of year, being flexible and easy and at the same time heavy enough for stormy weather. $3oo FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. Phillip's drug store for window lights, all sizes. Let vour light shine by buying Coal Oil of The HindeDrug Co. Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Martin Phone. Calling cards, both printed and engraved; call at this office and see samples. Raw Furs Wanted By W. H. Stewart. Oregon. Mo. Farmers' Phone, 103. Mrs. John Speer has returned home after a visit with her parents near Craig. A Begistered Pharmacist to fill vour Prescription, Family Becipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. Mrs. "21. S. McDonald is back home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Wehrli, of Liberty township. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore B'idff Honrs 0 n. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. MILL FEED AND FLOUR White Shorts, Brown Shorts, Bran, Bulte's Best, Valley Lilly, Crowning Glory, Silver Leaf, Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Do You Know Tiiat the onlv exclusive FURNITURE and Carpet House in Oregon is conducted by DENNY & RAYHILL? And, conducting, as they do, the only Exclusive Establishment of this kind in the city, their advanta ges are such that they can make prices just as low as the city merchant In fact, if anything lower, because their rent and taxes are much lower. Besides, they conduct a Bepair Department, where you can get any thing1 in the Furniture Line repaired on short notice. They also carry a line of Framed Pictures, Picture Frames and Molding for Picture Frames, of which they make a specialty. Another thing they make a specialty of is Having made this an Exclusive branch of then business for years, they understand perfectly what is needed in this line, and consequently carry a large stock at very moderate prices. All calls answered promptly. Both phones. Now, please remember these things, and when needing anything in these lines, be sure to remember DENNY & RAYHILL. OREGON, MISSOURI. WL Tim Xp.w Candv is here. The 20 cent kind we sell for 12 cents a pound Kkekk & Hasxkss PEOPLE If vou don't want to dam. i.rv ''Winona Mill Stockings at Mks. Emma Xetiikki.axd's The Sentinel and Twice-aweek Globe Democrat, one year, for only 81.50. cash in advance. Order at once. time limited. We are sorry to learn that .1. W Smith, of the Center district, con templates removing to Montana with the coming of spring. Engineer Morris has purchased two car loads of bridge lumber to be delivered within two weeks, one car -it ATmiTiri Cit.v and one at Forest Citv. -A change of program ev , !J 3 C? f....lnt erv Tuesday, iriuay uuu oauuiua niirht with a BIG Matinee Saturday A ftpvnnnn at !?:30 D. HI. at the Gem Take vour cream, eggs and poul trv to F. S. Bostock, who win pay vou the highest market price in cash. nlace. east side of square. The many friends of Elder B. II. Dawson and wife extend congratula tions on the arrival at their home on Saturday last, lfth inst, of their first born, a sweet, little girl baby. Dr. J. C. Whitsell, M. D., Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat fcpeciansi. Snprtaclps adiusted. Booms 1 and 5 Commercial Block, S. i. corner tun n-ri TCrimnnrl Sts.. St. JOSeOil, JVlO. Residence Phone 6180. 'a imnt moRtintr of the otlicial boards of the Union and Oregon ri. ion flmrflips. was held at Un ion. Sundav last, and re-employed El dr Dawson for another year, and ow ing to the late increase in his family. lis salary was increased. $1.50 - - 1.40 - 1.30 - 1.70 - 1.65 - 1.55 - 1.45 A Kind for Everybody. HARVEY EVANS Miss Bonnie Brodbeck as v -St. Joseph, this week. Kreek & Hasness5 Cam is l.rrc Only 12 cents a pound. For Sale Some Pol: Ci ua Male Pigs: good ones. T. O :eei . Mrs. J. Y. Field, oft Benton district, is very low with i .anemia. A shipment of live ca uads ol hav was made from Bit. w, kisd week. Anv one desiring to uploi a married man, call at this o.ik-e for further particulars. Get vour Glass, Putty .d Wall Paper: it is getting cold. THE HINDEDl u CO. I have a couple of ye;, nu Bed Polled Bulls for sale, near Oregon, Missouri T. C. 3 ungan. FOB SALE Kull-blcod Collie Pups. See me miles noit :est oi Forest City. S. M. C KtMAX. Ote Norris. of Benton district, had a car load of hogs on t lie St. Jo seph market. Wednesday of last week. Mrs. .lames Collins, of 1-airfax, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson over last Sunday. i m m J. C. WHITM, . are now starting in on the New Year with more confidence in our ability to serve our custo mers than at any future period, and a belief that we can depend on you to contribute a share of your business. We will do our best to merit any favors you care to errant us. We are heav ily stocked on Wire for spring tradeELECTRIC WELD and AMERICAN, as well as EL- WOOD POULTRY FENCE, both Wire and Nails. A Complete Repair Shopwe solicit your re pair work. 3RAGG-MUNN H'D'W. CO,, OREGON, MO. Mrs. Lizzie Spellman, of Mound dty, after a pleasant visit of a few days as the guest of Mrs. Andrew Tochterman, has returned to her home. C. C. Peret came in Saturday from Omaha, where he had been for some time in a hospital, having his eves treated and is now convalescing from an operation. He came down for a visit with his relatives and to Ss father-in-law, Alf. Gentry, who is still in feeble health. B. S. ICeeves and wife, J. II Keeves, wife and daughter, Kather ine and Fred Cook are in Kansas City, this week, attending the big automo bile show. Albert Markt and wife will here after travel around over the country, visiting relatives and friends, in a five-passenger Ford Touring Car, xoViifVi was delivered to them last week by J. H. Keeves & Co., automo bile dealers or tins city. Km 8 8 8 Be "Stay Satisfactory"Range 8 8 '- jt-. Note the following using the Monarch Malleable Range: Mrs. Kate Scott, Mrs. G. W. Cummins, f) Andy Burrier, Mrs Henry Weis, Mrs. Effie Philips, Mrs. Waiter Dudeck. Cookinq Stoves, $8.50 to $28.50; Steel Ranges, $35.00 to $58.00; Hard Coal Stoves, $29.00 to $63.00. PROUD BU1LDIN . North Side of Square. Both Phones. Tin so- Fnr iin-tn-datG Hardware our orices are low. Work and Pump Work attended to promptly. We licit your trade, will treat you right. T. L. PRICE, HARDWARE, WFST SIDE S0UARE. OREGON, IKIbSOUKI. B. S. THATCHER FDNEBAL MBICTOk AND EMBALKR COFFINS, CASKETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Calls promptly attended either city Or COUniry, oay ur uiyiii. Both Phones Agent for Stuppy Floral Com pany. i lowers luiiuancu for all occasions. Roct. sirla of Souare. Room formerly occupied by Bragg- Munn Furniture Store. OREGON, : MISSOURI. I I T. G. FRYE & SONS. Hinh-Class Goods Low Prices And Quick Delivery See us for Everything in Grocer ies, Canned Goods, Fresh and Salted Meats. Prices, the Lowest. FRESH BREAD ALL THE TIME Peacock Flour, a sure Bread Baker, and one that always gives SATISFACTION. Miss Ida Caldwell is quite sick at thp linnip of her sisters, Mrs. lint Bridtremon at Bigelow. Miss Cald well went to her sister's home to help n-irimr fnr a little daughter of the Bridiremon's, who was quite ill. Mrs tfrniiL PjiI rl well wont down to Bige low Tuesday Craig Leader. John Miles says his son Harry had out .T acres of corn last season that averaged B2 bushels to the acre At the prevailing price the crop would Kri.r liim crmmrhinc like m.duu, or above $40 per acre. This same land was bought 13 years ago for 0 per acre, and Mr. Miles states that he has -ofncnri fin ntVpr nf $12.) ner acre for some of his land Craig Leader. -TWO BIG SHOWS, each night, on Tuesday, iTiday ana Satur day, at the Gem Theatre High Class Moving Pictures for everybody. Come early if you wish a seat Admission, 10 cents Mont Curry, of Kansas City, was visiting here, Sunday last, the guest of his mother and other relatives The firm he is working for there, rirmo Co.. wholesale dealers in plumbers' supplies, steam fixtures, etc., has recently estaoisneu a hranch house at Muskogee, Oklahoma, md having been offered a much better position in the office with the new A continuous laugh from start to finish. Mrs. Bird Sowanl, ol beanie, Wnciiimrtrm. i.-hure for an extended vicit with lipr loster mother. .Mrs. Jennie Peacher. New Line of Fresh Candies of the Loose-Wiles make at the Hinde Druo- Co. Best known make of Pure Candies in the United States. Mrs. H. C. Wright and son, Ho- mpr. of the Benton district, attended the funeral of her brother, Josepn Tolbert, at Quitman, recently. For Sale Black Mule, 5 years old -16 hands high fine disposition. Will weigh 1200 pounds in ordinary flesh- well broke. Call or write this omce- For Sale. an nr.c w tip spc, fh 60. 37. known as the David M. Pollock Farm. Pnc&j S75.00 per acre. Jonas wiiitmeij. T)r. W. S. Fast, internal jueui- cine, Rectal Diseases and Diseases of nf Women and Children. ootie Block. 6th and Francis, St. Joseph., Missouri. Remember, for a limited time only, you can get TnE sentinel ann ninhp. Democrat, f x one year for the price of only one. $1.50, cash in advanee. There will be a box supper at the Vnnnn cimoi hnusp.. January 28. A nrirp. will be given for the most popu lar young lady. Everybody cordially invited. Every girl should hnng a dox. wht Time Will the Clock Stop? Buv a dollar s worth ot Kreeiv esc Hasness. Get a time ticket; oring ij in anv Thursday at 2:30; if you have noarpct thp time, vou get a Dinner Set. The members of Meyer Post are requested to remember that their next meeting will beheld Saturday aner- noon, January 22d, at winch time tne nrTifPrs for the year 1910 will be duly installed. T. G. FRYE & SONS, OREGON, MISSOURI. "Tk Girl and the Stampede Company" At The Forest City, Mo., Opera House, Wednesday, January 26, 1910. Farm Hand Wanted. a TYinn nnd wifp. Ran nnd a nesirauie position by calling on, or addressing, A. lvILIIAM, Route 1, Oregon, Mo. John Keeves and b red Looic leit last Saturday with Mrs. Beulah Steph enson- Vaughan and her live-passen ger Ford Touring Car, for her home near Hale, Carroll county, this state. Leaving here they made the run to St. Joseph in a little over one' hour Remaining there over night, they left St. Joseph the next morning, Sun day, about J o'clock, making the run to Hale, a distance of 10b nines in about six hours, certainly a good ree- ord, considering the season ol year and condition of the roads. William Benton Lewis, father to Mrs. C. D. Hogrefe, our primary teacher, died at his home in Craig, Saturday morning, January 8th, aged til years, eight months and 28 days. He was born at old marietta on the Missouri Iiiver in tins count, April 10, 1848, and had always lived at Craig and in mat viciiulj. tic leaves a widow and two daughters.. Funeral services were held from the residence in Craig, Sunday, 9th inst., at 2 p. m., and burial was in tne jar- rish cemetery Corning Mirror. branch, he left for Muskogee, Monday nf this week. We wish him success in his new home. ...American Beauty Cor setsLadies: Have just re ceived a shipment of corsets in all the latest styles. I ry l n- fTUir lB , fflfu n WHW " " w " ni traction. garment, aoia oniy uy aiiU O) tUliiUMirav- i . -j. iiv;.A jBt aiVita Price. 50cJ Mrs. E. A. Netherland. Seats on oaie ttb auvuo w .