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We Are At It. We said store remodeling and stock re ducing sale. We said we were going to reduce stock for a purpose. That purpose is not to have too much merchandise while the carpenters are at work. Some may have read our former ads and consid ered them a joke. Possibly laughed and said sale, a sale along the old line. But we want to say to the doubting ones that if they will look around and see some of the values which others have gotten at this great Clearing Sale, they will be here Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock prompt, and take advantage of our last call on Overcoats WHAT IS IT? Your choice of any Overcoat in the house, $10.00 Copyright Hart Schaffher te Marx REGARDLESS OF MAKE OR PRICE. , I f 1 IQ CjX 1 n J i CK Copyright Hait Sdu&er Sc Mux Talk About Men's Suits We tell you that $12.50 will buy at this sale a Suit of Clothes that it took $16.50 to $18.50 to buy before we made up our minds to reduce stock Another Thing $15.00 in money, cash in hand, gets a Suit that you couldn't touch for less than $20.00 to $30.00 in the early part of the season, and it's in Worsted, that's good any time. Once More $20.00 buys any Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit of Clothes that it took nearly $30.00 to get before this. Will this hold you for a money saver? Are you a manager? KOOCK, AT OREGON. Presbyterian Church Notes. Snow, ice and slush, greeted Us Sunday, but were unable to reduce our attendance at Sunday school and church. The Sunday school report for 1900 showed an average attendance of 10(J; an average collection of $3.75. Class No. 8, Miss Grace Montgomery teach er, is the banner class in gifts. Class No. 10, has the largest enrollment. George Murray and wife were able to be out after a siege of measles among their little folks. Mrs. Bunker, after two month's ab sence with her sick children, was in Iter, pen again. Some of our people are still confined at. home with illness. Some could not venture on the slick walks. The young people were out in force Sunday night. It ought to be the fixed habit of the young people to speud an hour at worship Sunday morning and evening. ...The .Young peoples' meeting was in ever way encouraging. Miss Gelvin maes a good leader., The-Missos Grccncisang a duet at church. These young ladies are al waj's ready to help. The pa-tor thanks many friends for their kindly expressions about the service- 1 inday. He tries to help er t hings. iday: "How Shall I Love , Scoffer At the Gate of you to Next God?" Samar. Tv to" Chi The e to thos. tians. Mr. Walton expects to be at the LaymenS Convention, at St. Louis, February 4-0. The Sunday school and congrega tion at Woodville are growing. The entire congregation sympa thizes with Brother Boerhinger and the Evangelical church in their afllic tion. Brother Boerhinger and his people are so friendly and sweet spirited in their Christian fellowship with us that their sorrows are ours also. "Bear ye one another's burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ." Speakingpf Christian fellowship, let us be careful to observe the unwrit ten law of the church never to speak evil of, or in any way hinder or dis parage the work of others, we can alTord to suffer wrong, we cannot af ford to do wrong. Can the pastor help you? Let him know. You can help him. Come next Sun day and ttnd out how. The next leader of the C. E. is Ora Boswell. Tiie Pastor. miltf nnpfmvr ivmnniTiinin TIME TABLE. Effective Sunday, October 24, 1909. 27 -40 20 21 45 20 Lv. 7 Oregon. 7:35 a. m. 0:20 a. m. 12:10 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:30 p. m. 7:40 p. m. Forest City. Ar. 8:00 a. m. " 0:45 a. m. " 12:35 p. m. " 2:25 p. m. " 4:55 p. m. " 8:05 p. m. ling service will be helpful ns seeking to grow in grace, g to the yrr people and 10 seek to ; jme Chris- Moving Pictures for all classes, Comic, Sensational, Religious and Pathetic Scenes of Travel and Adventure. Music and Illustrated Songs each Tuesday, Friday and Saturday night at The Gem Theatre. Come early if you wish aseat. Ad mission 10 cents. The best Painters, Contractors and Architects of the country specify Mound City "Horse Shoe" Brand House Paint. E. O. PniLLiPs. Oregon. 8:45 a. m. 10:25 a. ni. 1:25 p. m. 3:05 p. m. 5:55 p. ra. 9:45 p. m. Return F. City. C. B. & Q. Time Lv. 8:20 a.m. Ar. "A10:00 a. m. " " 1:00 p.m. " " 2:40 p.m. " " 5:30 p.m. " " 9:20 p.m. " Note-A-Daily Except Sunday. Notice: All local freight will leave Oregon on the 9:20 a. m. train. A special train for stock and car load shipments will leave Oregon at 12:10 p. m., whenever desired by shippers. Farm For Rent. A good farm of 120 acres, adjoining Napier, well improved; about 75 acres of good corn or wheat land; bearing orchard of 12 acres, balance tame and wild hay land. Good buildings. For further particulars, call on or address, C. G. FisnEB, Burwell, Nebraska.. REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH PURLIHIIKU WKKKI.V BVW.H JtlOHAItDH. ORKOON..MO. OKFICK tP.ITAIKH IN TH K MOOKKBI.OCK. Abstracter and Negotiator of Loans. Transfers for week ending January 15, 1910: WARRANTY DEKDS. Maggie Morton to Bertha Mil ler, pt block 15, Mound City. .$3,400 G. AV. Ballengee to Delia L. Crews, lots 3, 4 and 14, block 13, Craig 1.500 Delia L. Crews to JN. Watson, lots 1 and 2. block 0, Craig 1,300 Levi M. Thompson to Chas. E. and Lula O. Linville, 9.190 a sw ne 9, 02, 37 1,000 Edward Pinkston to Harvey M. Pope, lot 1, 27, 03, 37 1,000 M. Tuck to P. C. Sly, lots 17, 18 and 19, block 14, Mound City Extension 750 Lincoln Gookins to Frank A. Parsens, lots 7, 8 and 9, block 2, Craig Ens add 4,500 Lincoln Gookins to Frank A. Parsens, lot 1, block 8, Craig.. 2,500 Peter Galbraith and John Cain to Oscar E. Plummer, int. lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, block 36, Forest City 27 Geo. W. Cotten to Albert W. Cotten, lots 7, 8 and 9, block 40, Forest City 1,200 O. E. Plummer to Ira L. Hare, lots 5, 6, 7 and &, block 30, Forest City 200 Edward M. Norris to Mrs. Jane Foster, lot 6, block 42, Oregon 9o0 1,400 Silas IS', Bucher to W. A. S. Derr, lots 0 and 7, block 41, Oregon 2,400 Geo. W. Cotten to W. II. Ma guire, lots 1, 2 and 3, block 86, Forest City 700 W. II. Maguire to Geo. W. Cot ten, n 30a se sw 16, 59, 37 1,750 Ernest Kaltcnbach et al to Paul Frye, lot 2, block 8, Oregon. . . Union Cemetery Association Forest City to O.E. Plummer, lot. 3, block 24 Ralph M. Meyer, guardian, to O.IE. Plummer, 4-21 int. lots 5, 0, 7 and 8, block 36, Forest City : . QUIT CLAIMS. Mary VanGundy to Geo. Van Gundy, lot 3 and south half lot 2, block 1, Craig, Ens add. Lawrence Kaucher to Alberta Murphy, lots 2 and 3,block55, Oregon 100 SPARKS & NOORE -AGENTS FOR THE- EDISON 160 Notice of Election. Notice is hereby given, that there will be an Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of The Citizens' Bank of Oregon, Missouri, held at the office of The Citizens' Bank in Oregon, Missouri, on SATURDAY, FEB. 19, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing five directors for the ensuing year, ana transacting any ana an business that may come before said meeting. By order of the President. C. L. Evans, Daniel 7 ohman, Secretary of Board. President. -AND- VICTOR Phonographs and Records East Side Square, OREGON, MISSOURI. Iless Stock Powder is the recog nized preparation by all prominent stock raisers. It keeps .your stock healthy and practically immune from all disease; it gives them a hearty appetite and aids digestion. Give it a trial, if you never have; trying once, means j'ou'll always use it. THE HINDE DRUG CO.