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Summer means a hot and long Summer US BY MADE FOB Peti&Shoe Co. 'sr.tovix and that means HURRY! OXFORDS Now HURRY! We've a fine stock of beautiful patterns, but the sooner you buy the better selec tion you'll have. The pattern above is a dainty one. It is one of the handsomest ever turned out of the Peteis Factories and we've numerous others just as classy. FITTS BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, - - MISSOURI. Do You Know -That the only 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 anj-thing lower, because their rent and taxes are much lower. Besides, they conduct a Repair Department, where you can get any thing 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 TJrs.cl.ertal5Ling: Having made this an Exclusive branch of their 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. Buy your Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store. 5iThe Racket" is making special prices on tin and granite ware. Dr. J. L. nqgan. Physician and Surgeon. Forbes, Mo. Martin Phone. Mrs. Pearl Maple has returned from her visit with- Maitland rel atives. Perfection Oil Stoves are a pleasure in summer. Bragg-Munn Hdw. Co. has them. Miss Pearl Thomas, of Mound City, was a week-end guest of Miss Hallie Gelvin. George Norris has made the pur chase of a Ford touring car from. I. H. Keeves & Co. Oakley Morris has been enter taining for the past week his young friend, Carl Rush. J. H. Fickes, of Upper Holt, was visiting with relatives in Oregon for a few days last week. Mrs. Daniel Kunkel, of Kansas City, was the guest of relatives here, for a few days, last week. Dr. Lyda Hillyard, of St. Joseph, spent a few days here with her friend Miss Cora Frye, last week. REBT S. PIERCE, DENTIST, Oregon, tf Office in the Moore C'idfr. Ill A Hours ! u. Q. to 12 m. 1:30 lllVi p. m. 10 5 p. m. WE want to See YOU and also want you to inspect our NEW LINE of GROCERIES AND TABLE SUPPLIES. We also want you to come in and see us when you want FRESH OR CURED MEATS. Iii fact, we want you to call and see us, whether you want to buy anything or not make us a visit call and see us for Old and New Friendship's sake. Highest Market Price Paid for Butter and Eggs. KEIFFER & SON Butchers and Grocers, OREGON, MISSOURI. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Dr. J. W. McClanahan, Forest City, Mo. Calls answered promptly, day or night. Both phones. A Registered Pharmacist to fill your Prescription, Family Recipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. I. W. Watson's name appears at the mast-head of the Craig Leader, issuing his first number last week. Tf you need some Furniture, let us figure w ith you. Bragg-Munn IIdw. Co. Call in and see the self Grainer; anyone can use it. It costs you noth ing to learn. HINDE DRUG CO. Dr. Roy Gelvin and wife, of Fill more, were here Saturday and Sun day visiting with relatives and friends. The American and Electric Weld Wire at, Bkagg-Ml'nn IIdw. Co. Wick Greene is repainting the front of T. L. Price's hardware store and is also re-lettering the sign. It's a good job. All kinds of Fresh Garden Seed in the bulk at Bkagg-Munx IIdw. Co. There will be an ice cream social at Union school house, next Saturday night, .luly 2d. A good time for all who attend. Tames Morris has received his Studebaker, E-M-F, five-passenger J touring car, recently purchased from J. II. Keeves & Co. Mrs. L. D. Ashby, of Red Oak. Iowa, is here on avisit with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hardman, of the Kimsey district. All the business houses, except ing hotels, restaurants, barber shops and places of amusements, will close during the day of July 4th. The best Painters, Contractors and Architects of the country specify Mound City "Horse Shoe" Brand House Paint. E. O. Phillips. City Marshal Sutton is now going his rounds on four legs his horse handed him one Saturday last, just below; crutches are awkward he says. i App anted! I will open up an apple packing sta tion at the HOWELL BARN, IN OREGON, JULY 5, and will pay the Highest Prices, for Duchess and other shipping varieties. See us before you sell. Will be here the entire season. W. L. RIFFE. E. S. THATCHER FUNERAL DEICTOR AND EfflBALMEB. 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. I The Albert W. Chiming 3(57 acres near Bigelow, was sold Friday of last week, under trust deed, to John E. Slater, for $14,000; the lands are in 4, 01,31. Lice kills chicken's, chickens wont do good if they are lousy. We guaran tee to kill lice or money back. HINDE DRUG CO. "The Racket" has an oil stove, three-burner, oven complete, that they will guarantee for only $11.00. It will pay you to see this stove be fore buying. Mrs. Wm. Wagner died at her home in Maitland, Sunday, June 19, 1910, aged 82 years. She and husband had been residents of Holt county for 40 years, her husband preceding her to the beyond some eight years ago. She leaves two sons and two daugh ters, all of whom were present when she passed away. Please gather up your empty cracker cans and return them as soon as empty. This is very important as I have over one hundred cans out now. . I have ordered another car of Hum boldt Flour (none better). This makes my 4th car of Flour this year. Quantity sold speaks for quality contained. If you are dissatisfied with the flour you are using, try HUMBOLDT FLOUR, and that will settle it. Always Want Produce. HARVEY E7AHS. f2 3 L for you as soon as the weather gets hot. Scrub bing will not get the smell out of your refrigerator, as it is caused by iirperfect circulation, created by moisture, which gets into and rots the lining. & S: s THE HERRICK REFRIGERATOR does not smell, as it is impossible, on account of its circulation to create moisture. We live in Missouri and can show you. Have sold 50 or more. Take a Look at Our Line. T- Hi. PRICE, HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI. 8 8 I (4 T. G. FRYE & SONS want Produce, all kinds, will pay Cash or Trade. Have just unloaded a car of Feed, also one of Flour. Be sure and get our prices on Mill Feed and Flour before you buy. We can cer tainly save you money on either. We have (5) five differ ent brands of Flour, all of the best grade. We guarantee every sack. It will cost you nothing to try. T. G. FRYE & OREGON, MO. SONS Oregon will celebrate July 4. Murray & Moore will buy your apples: see them. J. T. Carlton will soon open an up-to-date restaurant in Craig. Have you seen the elegant line of Wall Taper at Phillips' Drug Store? Go to "The Racket" for bargains in groceries, tin. granite and queens ware. "Will Derr shipped out six cars of hogs last week and they were nine centers. Calling cards, both printed and engraved: call at this office and see samples. Mrs. Mary Dunn, formerly of Maitland, died at Kearney, Neb., on June 20th. L. C. Stokes will soon open a stock of clothing and gents furnish ings at Craig. You can buy "Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store as cheap as you can anyplace. Jim Laselle and family, of near Maitland, were here Friday last in their new Cadillac. J. C. WH1TMER, IDZEIETTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Dr. "Whitsell, eye and ear special ist: se corner (ith and Edmond, St. Joseph. Both Phones, 943. I have a couDle of yearling Red Polled Bulls for sale, near Oregon, Missouri T. C. Dungan. Tnrc Sentinel and Twice-aweek Globe Democrat, one year, for only 81.50, cash in advance. Order at once, time limited. "Wall Paper. We carry it in stock, have the newest and up-to-date line to be obtained. Call in. THE HINDE DRUG CO. BARN FOR SALE. The lots and building, known as the Howell Feed & Sale Barn are for sale. For particulars address, Paul. P. Howell, Federal Bldg. St. Joseph, Mo. Miss Olive Morgan has returned home from the Sisters' Hospital, St. Joseph, where she was operated upon several weeks ago. She is looking well, in good spirits and we hope soon will be enjoying the best of health. Her many friends are glad to welcome her home again. Preaching at Union next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Subject: "What "We Owe to Home." All kinds of Pump Work done on short notice. Bkagg-Munn Hdav. Co. Preaching at Oregon Christian church next Sunday evening. Sub ject: "The Request of a Dead Man." -Wanted Married man to work on farm. Address or call A. T. Kil- ham, Oregon, Mo. Farmers' Phone. John Colvin, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Anna Markland, and other relatives. We can now furnish The Sentinel and The Journal of Agriculture, St. Louis, for 81.50, up to the number of 20. Paul Miller, or St. Joseph, was up for a day or two this week, visit ing Grandpa and Grandma Jas. R. Brown. Miss Belle Streckebein, of St. Jo seph, has been spending the week here, the guest of her nephew, Fred Philbrick and wife. For Sale-A lot of No. 1 hedge fence posts. Call on, phono, "Farmers," or address. John F. Noellsch, Oregon, Mo.. Route, No. 2. Mrs. Payne, the venerable mother of Mrs. Lot Brown, of Bigelow, died at her home in Nebraska City, Neb., June 18th, age 85 years. Mrs. Mattie Turtle, of Downs, Kansas, is here on a visit with her fa ther, Henry Perot, and brother, John, and sister, Miss Myrtle. When you buy the International Stock & Poultry Food, you buy medi cine, not bran. For sale by E. O. PniLLiPS. C. D. Zook is having his residence properties, occupied by Robt. Hatch and C. J. Koock, repainted. John Stone is doing the work. Paints for the inside, outside, for furniture, for everything: have some close outs in paints cheap. Call in. HINDE DRUG CO. Herbert Caskey left Tuesday for Okmulgee, Okla., where he will take charge of the type setting machinery of the Daily Herald of that place. Remember, for a limited time only, you can get The Sentinel and Twice-aweek Globe Democrat, for one year for the price of only one, 81.50, cash in advance. Louis C. Irvine, one of the promi nent business men of Mobile, Ala., was here this week on a visit with his mother, Mrs. Anna K. Irvine. Call in and let us show you how to grain your floors, rooms, lix your furniture all new. It costs vou noth ing to learn. HINDE DRUG CO. Henry Weis has had his residence and all outbuildings painted a beauti ful gloss white, applied b- those ar tists in this line, A. II. Greene & Sons. We have about 5 tons of baled wheat straw for sale. At the farm, 84.00; delivered, 85.50 per ton. R. C. BENTON & SON. Walter McCallon, Mr. and Mrs. Spicer, Dr. Gelvin and wife, Perry Cochran and wife, of Fillmore, were here Saturday attending our horse show. My rock crusher is now in opera tion, and I can supply xu at any time with a good quality of crushed rock in any quantity. ROBERT WALTER'S. Prof. Brooks and family left Wednesday for a three weeks' visit in Kansas. They will visit Wichita, Yates Center, Butler, Winfred and Iola. Prof, says he will keep up the school notes however, and his mall will follow him, so that any communi cations concerning school will be promptly answered.