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BY DOBYNS & CURRY. Entered at the Postoffice, Oregon, Mo., as Second Class Matter. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of the Best County in the Union. TERMS: $1.50 Per Year. Watch the date following your name on the aariia of the paper. It tells the date to which your subscription is paid.. Friday, July 22, 1910. ANNOUNCEMENTS. COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce NICK STOCK, of Lewis township, as a candidate for the office of Collector of Revenue, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held, Tuesday. Augusts, 1910. We are authorized to announce CLAUD CLARK, cf Benton township, as a candidate for the office of Collector of Revenue, subject to the; decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held, Tuesday, August 2. 1910 We are authorized to announce WILLIAM M. MORRIS as a candidate for the office of Collector of Revenue, subject to the dec sion of the Republican Primary Election, to be held, Tuesday. August 2. 1910. We are authorized to announce GEORGE F. SEEMAX, of Lewis township, as a candi date for the office of Collector of Revenue, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held. Tuesday, Aug ust 2. 1910. RECORDER. We are authorized to announce SMITHS, MEADOWS, of Clay township, as a candidate for the office of Recorder of Deeds, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Elec tion, to be held. Tuesday, August 2d, 1910. We are authorized to announce JOHN M. HIBBARD.of Nodaway township, as a candi dnte for the office of Recorder of Deeds, sub ject to the decision of the Republican Pri mary Election to be held, Tuesdas', Augit 2d, 1910. We are authorized to announce C N. DO BYNS, of Lincoln township, as a candidate for theofllce of Recorder of Deeds, subject to the decision of th Republican Primary Elec tion, to be held, Tuesday, August 2, 1910. We are authorized to announce JOHN 8PEER as a candidate for the office of Re corder of Deeds, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held Tuesday. August 2d. 1!U0. COUNTY CLERIC. We are anthorized to announce CHARLES W. LUKENS, of Hickory township, as a can didate for the office of County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held. Tuesday, August 2, 1910. We are authorized to announce FRANK L. ZELLKR as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Clerk, subject to the de cision of the Republican Primary Election, to lie held, Tuesday, August 2, 1910. CIRCUIT CLERK. We are authorized to announce FRED W. COOK as a candidate for the office of Circuit ClerK, subject to the dec sion of the Republi can Primary Election, to be held, Tuesday, August 2, 1910. We are authorized to announce ED DUN HAM, of Kenton township, as a candidate for Circuit Clerk subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held, Tuesday, August 2, 1910. COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce PHILIP SCHLOTZHAUER. :ls a candidate for the office of Judge of the County Court for the 1st district, subject to the decision of the Repub lican Primary Election to be held. Tuesday, August 2, 1910. PRESIDING JUDGE. We are authorized to announce HENRY E. WRIGHT, as a candidate for the office of Presiding Judge of the County Court, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election to be held Tuesday. August 2d, 1910. REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce HOSEA B, LAWRENCE, as a candidate for the office of Representative, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held Tuesday. August 2, 1910. JI'IKJE OF PROBATE. We are authorized to announce GEORGE C. PRICE, of Benton township, as a candi date for the office of Judge of Probate, sub ject to the decision of the Republican Pri mary Election, to be held. Tuesday. August 2nd. 1910. We are authorized to announce DAY! I) W. PORTER as a candidate for the office of Judge of Probate, subject to the decision of the Republican Primary Election, to be held Tuesday. August 2d. 1910. Saturday and Sunday last, were the hottest days of the summer thus far. Saturday hSth it was !n; and Sun day 17th it wasi7. The hottest day in .1 tine was Ho decrees on the 20th. The hottest in May was S'.l on the 20th. It was !)1 on the 28th and 2th of April, and it was Si) on the 22d of March. At Fort Worth. Tex., the thermometer touched 104 on Sunday last, 17th inst. Throughout southern Missouri and Indiana, Hoods caused by heavy rains, have done great dam age to crops, while here, we have been praying for rain for the past week. If we get on the list for a good shower as soon as the mid-summer harvest is taken care of we will have no cause to complain. Presbyterian Church Notes. "The hottest day of the year." This was the weather record. A good sized crowd worshipped with us in the morning. Fans and perspiration were in evidence. Some of. the men came without their coats. Do it again. It was cooler at night. A fair sized crowd attended the vesper service. Several from the country were pres ent. Don'tkeep your neighbor from church by visiting him on Sunday. Bring your sweetheart with you. Christians mated will be doubly hap py. Only one more service until Chau- tauoua. Let all be present ana we will all take vacation together. Joe Murray led the C. E. people in a good service. Some were absent. After nexfrservice we will have a va cation. . Then with renewed vigor we will take up the work. Misses Walton and Scott sang a duet at C. E. Miss Alberta Bragg sang at the morning service. Every one enjoyed the music which'revealed a rich cul tivated voice and much power ot ex pression. James Vaughn is home from La Junta, Colo., quite sick. The Ladies Aid Socieey says it will be bitr saucers of ice cretin worth double the money at Mrs. Dan Mar tin's lawn next Friday night. If vou want to see the sweetest girls and finest company of women this side of the Mississippi, come Everybody come, stay and chat with your neighbor. Miss Zinnie Bragg will lead C. E next Sunday? The Bragg girls always stand by their Christian work. Miss Zinnie will be away at school in the fall. This is the only time she can lead us. Let every C. E. member be present. JNext Sunday: "A lite giving stream." Vesper. "The conscience. Our prayer meetings have been good and vou have missed the blessinsr in them. Arrange to come to the jnext The flower committee of the C. E has done good service. new Clyde Ruley will .be with us Sunday, and will sing both morning and evening. The Pastor. U. B. Church Notices. There will be preaching at the Nod away church Sunday morning, and at Lincoln m the evening. We are drawing to the close of the year, and we want to make the next month es peciallv interesting to everyone in our congregations; the Christian En deavor societies are especially in teresting and well attended. The Womans Missionary society gave the money for papering the church at Shilo and then helped oth erwise: the result is we have a beauti fully decorated church inside. .July .1st. there is to be a union temperance service in Maitland to be held at the Presbyterian church: all four ministers are to speak. C. D. Phend Letter List. List of unclaimed matter remain ing in the postoffice at Oregon, Mo., for the week ending July 21, 1910: LETTERS. Bessie Wilson CARDS. .! T Pat ton In calling for the above, please say "advertised." G. H. Allen, P. M. Epworth League Social. The Epworth League of the M. E church, will give a social on the church lawn on Friday evening of this week, Julv 22d. Members of the league and friends are cordially in vited to come and enjoy the evening. No charges. Mrs Minnie Moore and Kathlnen are in Kansas Citv for an extended visit with relatives. Ollie Cole, wife and the boys a 1 went to Fillmore Sunday, and spent the day with relatives. Preaching at Bluff City school House Saturday night at o:lo vou aie asked to be there. B. II. Dawson. W. L. Rifle is packing apples at the Opera House, instead of Howell Barn as advertised. Call Farmers phone. X4, for prices on your apples. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will serve ice cream on D. M. Mar tin's lawn this evening. Friday, and also tomorrow afternoon. Saturday, during the Horse Show. In order to make room for a new line of goods we will sell our Calico, Ginghams. Dress Goods and Shirting below cost while they last, beginning July 23. T. J. LEMM0N & SON. For the fourth time thus far in the year 1910, twins have been born in our county, and the sexes have been equally divided the latest re cord is that twins, boy and girl, were born to Adolph Sommers and wife on Friday last, July 15th. Dr. Proud was there and will vouch for this statement. OREGON are backed by the entire community; everybody in Ore gon and vicinity believe in good schools. No city has a stronger school spirit than Oregon. You find the best schools and your children get the best results in that school and city where the public sen timent in the homes and community in favor of good schools is strongest. For this reason our Board employs the best teachers, furnishes the best equipment, and in sists upon those rules and regulations that insure good discipline and thorough scholarship. Please investigate, write, phone, or call for catalog. Come and see us or have us come and see vou. C. D. ZOOK, Pres. J. T. THATCHER, Sec'y. E. M. BROOKS, Sup't FOR COUNTY W. PEARSON. Republican Candidate for Collector. Mr. W. C. IVj'.isoii. one of the stalwart Republicans, of Lincoln town-j ip. is a candidate for the nomination hi- party voters at the primary on August 2d. Mr. Pearson asks this recog nition because Lincoln township has had no representation on the party tic ket since its creation in 1X71. He has been in business in Corning years prior to that lime, taught the Corning school. He is every way quali fied, and is in the very prime of life, being 40 years of age. He is now mak ing an active canvas, and sincerely trusts that those whom he may not be able to see in person, will consider his he had seen them personally. Calling cards, both printed andj i engraved: call at this office and see samples. !!!!M!tllll COLLECTOR. of collector, subject to the action of - for the past 11 years, and for seven claims on primary election day as if All kinds of Pump Work done on short notice. Bragg-Munn Hdw. Co. m Monarch. Everybody has been busy putting up hay and stacking wheat. There will be Sunday school on Sunday at 10 a. m. Everybody come and take part. Mrs. Ida Rogers and children spent a few days last week with her brother, Ed Chilcoat. Mrs. Lee Hughes and Miss Esrella and Mrs James Smith were shopping in Oregon Tuesday. Miss Ella Smith is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Linnie Ashworth. of Andrew county. Gertrude, the little daughter of George Hughes and wife, was bitten by a mad cat Sunday. She was taken to the mad stone at Savannah, and is now all right. -Mrs. Lee Hughes gave a birthday dinner Friday of last week in honor of her niece. Mrs. Ida Rogers, of Nodaway. Mrs. Rogers received a few presents and several post cards. Mrs. Hughes prepared a delightful ! dinner. Clifford. Kimsey. Not much news, everyone busy putting up hay. Oh my. but the new buggies are thick in our vicinity. V Inert Cotten, of Oregon, was visiting .Jim Quick's family last week. Frank McFarland and family spent Sunday with her brother, A. Noland and wife. Mrs. Ed Casteel and children vis ited with her mother, Mrs. Mosier, near Fortescue over Sunday. Mrs. Shank Smith entertained her sister and husband. Frank Loucks and wife, of near Mound City, one day last week. Rain Row. Buggy for Sale. Kevs Bros. Auto Seat Buggy Has not been run toexceed 230 miles.! Will sell at a good discount, cost X-j new last fall. Inquire of KREKK & HASNESS. Always new and fresh all new fruit Crushed Peach, Cantaloupe, Tutti Fruttie, Pecan Halves, Walnut Sundae, all new and fresh. The only cool and clean place. THE IHNDE DRUG CO. Forest City. Mrs. Combs visited relatives in Oregon Sunday. Mrs. Warrie Walker and Shirley visited home folks here last week. Joe Noland has been having a siege with the? malaria the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wallace were visiting relatives in the country Sun day. Mrs. Harrison Vandever, of Ore gon, visited at the of Mrs. Efner Sat urday. Will Lunsford and family visited at the home of Arthur Elder over Sunday. Oscar Moore and family spent Sunday with Father and Mother Moore, in the country. Miss Ida Gould, of near New Point, was the guest of Mabel Ross several days last week. There will be preaching at the Methodist church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock by the pastor. Mrs. Katherine Mullen, of St. Jo seph is visiting. Mother Fitzmaurice and other relatives here. Miss Grace Efner and Lolo Lan ders spent Tuesday' in the country visiting Miss May Kelly. Miss Maude Thornhill visited her cousin, Mrs. Frazier, near Curzon, from Saturday until Sunday evening. Mrs. Mary Wallace returned from Mound City Friday, where she had been visiting Mrs. Stella Woods since Tuesday. The grading on the city park is progressing slow but sure, and in due time. Forest City will have a park they can be proud of. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ross had a very sick child with hooping cough last week, but we learn the little one is improving at this writing. Miss Nellie Dick, who has been visiting her sister, Emma Moore and family, returned to her home in Mound City Saturday evening. Several of our people will attend quarterly meeting Saturday and basket meeting on Sunday, at Tarkio chaple, if nothing happens to prevent. Rev. Risk occupied the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. The pastor, Rev. Beal, is engaged in revival services else where. Mrs. P. A. Landers, who has been under treatment at a hospital in Kan sas City, has returned home and her many friends hope to hear of her speedy recovery to health again. T. E. Teare accompanied his Sun day school class to Big Lake Wednes day for an outing, and the way the boys were jelling on their return home we should judge they had spent, one.oi-their happiest days. Dolly Edith Bruntmyer was born April 111) 1008, and died July 13, 1910. She was the doughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brunt meyer. Funeral services were held at the Christian church Thursday at 1 o'clock p. m., conduc ted by Rev. Werner, and the little body laid away, in the Forest City cemetery. The family have the sym pathy of the community in their be reavement. Class, No. 3, of the M. E. Sunday school met Thursday evening of last week, and with the assistance of the pastor, organized an Epworth League, which held its tirst meeting at the church, Sunday evening, with good attendance and an interesting meet ing. The following officers were elec ted: Ella Goolsby, president; Edna Hopper, tirst vice president; Grace Efner, second vice president; Bettie Beeler, third vice president: Murl Jamison, fourth vice president; Ruth Headley, secretary; Alverda Robin son, treasurer: Nellie Acton, Era agent and organist. Ruby. Mrs. Mary Vogan and son Sam have re tu red from Colorado, and is a very sick woman at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ollie Cole. Ed. B. Dobyns and family, of Car rolton, Mo , are here on a visit with his father. Mrs. Dobyns and children, after a few weeks' stay will go to Wyoming for the iiav fever season. All the rules and regulations of the Oregon Chautauqua are going to be carried out to the letter, so if you want the advantage of the rules, please abide by same. Carm Morgan, one of the early ball players of Oregon, was in the city Tuesday, renewing acquaintances of years gone by. He was a barber and worked for George Crabb, in the room now occupied by James Manring. He left here in 1802, and still follows his trade in south St. Joseph. The program of the Rock Port Lecture Congress, August 10-18, is apparently as strong as ever. We note among the lecturers Governor Hanly August H)th, Carry Nation August 18th, John Temple Graves August 12th, with Everett Kemp, Dan Mc Gurk, John B. Ratto and other promi nent lecturers. There will be an abundance of music, four companies, numbering 24 people have been en gaged. Three or four series of daily lectures for the benefit of the many j tenters, are features of the program.