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A late Summer means a not and long Summer ftADE FOB US BY Now II -and that means HURRY! OXFORDS 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. F1TTS BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. Buy your Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store. Matt belvin. who has been quite poorly for the past 1.6 days, is reported better. Perfection Oil Stoves are a pleasure in summer. Bragg-Munn Hdw. Co. has them. Will Allen, of Kansas City, Kan., is here visiting his nephew. Postmas- terAllen, and other relatives. Dr. J. W. McClanahan, Forest City, Mo. Calls answered promptly. day or night. Both phones. -.miss i-oss, our osteopath, was called to Cincinnati, Ohio, last week, by the serious illness of a sister. The American and Electric Weld Wire at Bkagg-Munx Hdav. Ce. The state fair this year will be held October 1 to 7th, inclusive For premium list, call on County Clerk i Zeller. gERTJPIERCE DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. i i i i t i i i t i i t Office in the Moore B'idg. Hours 9 'i. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. iO 5 p. m. Now Something !ou Neec This is the time of year when you will need Porch and Paints, Oils, Lawn Goods, Glass, Baby Buggies, Etc. We Carry a Large Stock of Dependable Furniture It will pay you to see our Caloric Fireless Cookers, something you need this hot weather. Undertaking and Embalming DENNY & RAY HILL. OREGON, MISSOURI. 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 any tiling or not make as 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, MISSOURI. I OREGON, Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Prof. Brooks and family have re turned from Wichita. Kan., where they visited with relatives a few- weeks. If you need some Furniture, let us figure with vou. Bragg-Munx Hdw. Co. -ueorge z.ener. wno nas oeen m disposed for several days, has re turned to his desk m the countv clerk's ottlce. Call Dr. T. A. Long, veterinary, who makes a specialtv of treating sore eyes and fistula of horses. Both phones, No. 13. -Mrs. David Kennedy, of Maitland, has been visiting the past week with her her daughter. Mrs. .1. A. Will iams, of Forbes. -For Sale-A lotof No. 1 hedge fence posts. Call on, phona, "Farmers," or address. John F. Noellsch, Oregon, Mo., Route, No. 2. -Mrs. C. X. Atkinson and Jack have returned to their home in Port land. Oregon, after a visit with her mother, Mrs. .1. G. Cowan. All kinds of Fresh Garden Seed in the bulk at Bragg-Munn Hdw. Co. Mrs. Mattie Turtle, after several weeks' visit with her father, Henrv Peret and other relatives, left Tues day for her home in Downs, Kansas The best Painters, Contractorsand Architects of the country snecifv Mound City "Horse Shoe' Brand House Paint. E. O. Phillips, Use Mound Citv Paint. Even- gallon guaranteed by E. O. Phillips. S. P. Allen has laid on our table, half a peck of those delicious Tri umph peaches. They were as beauti ful as delicious. -Ave are sorry to learn of the alarming illness of Charley Chuning, at his home in Haskel, Okla. Mrs. John Chuning and Ed. Chuning, of Bigelow, are with him. r. F. Bridgeman.of near Bigelow, has completed the digging of a good- sized ditch on his place. The Mound City company's ditcher was used, and the work was done by Larkins&Hew- ett. MENU: PORTERHOUSE STEAK, 30c PORTERHOUSE STEAK AND EGGS, 35c BACON, 25c BACON AND EGGS, 30c HAM, 30c HAM AND EGGS, 35c EGGS, 10c HAM SANDWICH, 10c EGG SANDWICH, 05c HAMBURGER SANDWICH, 05c SWEET PICKLES, 05c SLICED TOMATOES, 05c WATER-MELON, 10c MUSK-MELON, 10c VANILLA ICE CREAM, 10c NABISCO, 05c COFFEE, 05c ICED TEA, 05c LEMONADE, 05c SODA POP, 05c K HOP ALE, 05c jJ No ice cream, melon, sandwiches or drinks served at J dining tables from 11:30 to 1:30 or 5:30 to 7:00, only when V served with short orders. K i F 51 i t i Have you seen the elegant line of Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store? Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Martin Phone. You can buy Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store as cheap as you lean anyplace. The Bigelow school has been greatly improved, by the decorating I of two rooms. A Registered Pharmacist to fill your I'resenption, family Recipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. Oregon has three miles of concrete walks and a million miles of good in tentions along municipal Unas. We can now furnish The Sentinel and The Journal of Agriculture. St. Louis, for $1.50, up to the number of !20. Robert Emerson, of the Benton district, who has been quite low with typhoid fever, is reported to be im proving. J. C. WHITMER, IDEHsTTIST. PAY CASHIER. s 8 S Sharpless Tubular Cream Separator $35.00 to (75.00 The Sharpless Separator has less parts to bowl than any other, and is the lightest running and skims closer than any other. We are having a good trade on the Sharp less. Come in and see while we have them in stock. If you are separating cream the old way, you are losing money. 8 Reduced Prices on Refrigerators We buy and sell Good Hardware. We do not sell Cheap Goods. We solicit your trade. Good Goods at Bottom Prices. fishes HARDWARE, SIDE SQUARE. . OREGON, MISSOURI. 8 E. S. THATCHER FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEP, COFFINS, CASKETS AND FUNERAL STJPPUES. Calls promptly attended either city or country, day or night. Both Phones. Agent for Stuppy Floral Com- panj i lowers iurnisnea for all occasions. East side of Square. Room formerly occupied by Bragg- Munn Furniture Store. r-w Apples Wanted! OREGON, MISSOURI. I will open up an apple packing sta tion at the OPERA HOUSE, 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. Miss Dr. Lydia Hilyard. of St. Jo seph, and Misses Cora and Nell Frye were guests at the home of Mr. and Mn. George Meyer, a couple of days last week, Fred Cook being their gal lant, taking them up from Oregon in his auto. Miss Hilyard and Miss Cora will leave shortly for an outing in Wyoming, taking in the sights of "Frontier Day festivities at Cheyenne. To all our Country Friends: Come in and get a cool drink. Ice Cream, all flavors. HINDE DRUG CO. Anderson Miller and daughter, of Falls City, Neb., are here visiting his niece, Mrs. G. W. Reavis. Mr. Miller has been a resident of Falls City since 1859. Mrs. Reavis is also entertain? her mother, Mrs. J. W. Caughlin, of Breckenridge, and thus by the coming, a orotner ana sister are visiting. Mrs. C. is the wife of Rev. .T. W. Caughlin, who was pastor of the M. E. church here in 1859. T. G. FRYE & S0NS 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 & SONS, OREGON, MO. Miss Mary Stanley, of Upper Holt, sustained severe injuries on the 16th. by jumping out of a hack, which was filled with young people enjoying a ride, while on their way to Milton, PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. -When you buy the International Stock & Poultry Food, you buy medi cine, not bran, tor sale bv E. O. Phillips. -Everybody who is a booster for Oregon and vicinitv, certainlv is a booster for Chautauqua, as there is nothing so uplifting and helpful to a community as a Chautauqua. Miss Charline Russell left for Kansas City last week to visit with relatives. From there she will go to Culver, Ind., with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Fitts, for a couple of weeks. -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, $1.50, casli in advance. The necessary papers leading to the naming of commissioners to as sess damages and benefits in the Lit tle Tarkio Drainage District, have been tiled in our circuit court. -One of our correspondents writes us: "Mr. Editor, items are very scarce and the weather very warm and we are looking for our mother-in- law. If we live we will continue this story later." We have about 5 tons of baled wheat straw for sale. At. the farm, $4.00: delivered, 85.50 per ton. R. C. BENTON & SON. The only way to get the real benefit o'f the Chautauqua is to get a seasod ticket; go in and out whenever you please and receive daily program worth the price of the whole season ticket. John Meek is now in jail, on the charge of intoxication while on a train. He was in trouble last Janu ary on the charge of petit larceny stealing an overcoat from the Meyer & Fuller store at Mound City. The United States government has notified Missouri authorities that the Spanish war veterans of the Third and Fourth regiments, National Guards of Missouri, will get 555,002 for services in -the Spanish war. W. G. Gano, after whom theGano apple is said to have been named,dled at his home near Parkville, July 20, 1910, at the age of 71 years. He had been a member of the Missouri Horti cultural society for twenty years. Wednesday of last week, 20th in stant, fire destroyed the barn belong ing to John Ferguson, living in the Benton district. A lot of hay, har ness, etc., were destroyed. The fami ly was away from home at the time. Come and look over our line of Implements, we try to keep the best. Bragg-Munn Hdw. Co. Ed. Burge, who leftnorthern Holt in the spring, is back among his old time friends. He is interested in a land company of Monte Vista, Col., and is arranging for an excursion to that, country, expecting to leave the last of this week or the first of next. Bert Atkinson, living near the Big Lake, has threshed his wheat and sold it easily at 90c per bushel: he had nineteen acres that brought him $480 or a little over $25 per acre. The long dry season has put the wheat in ex cellent condition for immediate threshing. The farmer who becomes pos sessed of that he must "buy more land to raise more corn to feed more hogs to bin- more land to raise more corn to feed more hogs" is on the road that drives his children from the farm and himself and his wife to early graves. It is rumored that a number of former citizens of the vicinity of Craig wiio have located at Cheyenne Wells, Col., are coming back next fall. The Atchison county. The latest reports drought and crop failure is said to says she is slowly improving. have discouraged them and caused -Dr. Whitsell, eve and ear special- them t0 resolve to return to God's ist: se corner fith and Edmond. St. coumry , u mure iu ruam. v,rwS Joseph. Both Phones, 943. Leager.