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MADE TOR US BY peters mm. 5T.L3UIS. GOOD- FELLOW A Goodyear Welt Work SHOE The Strongest. Lightest Weight, and one of the best wearing WORK SHOES made. Plain or Cap fc Toe at , . 35 Other splendid Work Shoes at $2.25 and $2.50 FiTTS BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, - - MISSOURI. Buy your Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store Fred Philbrick was in Kansas City over Sunday. Have you seen the elegant line of Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store? Miss Beulah Klopp has returned from her visit with Forbes friends. Mary Hostetter is entertainimr her niece, AlleneBever. of Amazonia. Edith Bucher is back home after a week's visit with relatives in north ern Holt. You can buy Wall Paper at Phil lips' Drug Store as cheap as you can any place. Miss Eva Hunt has returned from Mound City, where she was the guest 01 Miss Stella Morris Perfection Oil Stoves are a pleasure in summer. Bragg-Munn Hdw. Co. has them. Uncle John Goodhart is entertain my ins urouier, w. yy., who came home with him from Ohio Room for More SALE! j Something You Need Now j This is the f im8 of year when you will need Porch and Paints, Oils, Lawn Goods, Glass, Baby Buggies, Etc. We Carry a Large Stock of Furniture r 1 ii ueDenciaD e 1 It will pay you to see our Caloric Fireless Cookers, something you need this hot weather. Undertaking and Embalming DENNY & RAY HILL,. UXliU Ul , lillQOU U it, I. gERTPIERCE. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore B'fdp. Hours 9 vl. m. to 12 m. 1 :30 p. m. 10 5 p. m. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 4.3. fe. .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 c:-ill 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, T will pay 50 cents per bushel for fresh peach seeds delivered. Gko. R. Mukkay. W. C. Andes is another addition to the farmer auto owners. Tie has recently bought a Stanley steamer. -If you need some Furniture, let us figure with vou. Bkagg-Munn Ilmv. Co. Mrs. John Russel and daughter, of St. Joseph, have been the guests of Mrs. George Gelvin, the past week. Miss Rernice Guthrie and Mrs. j Ellen Kirk sent us in some nicespeci- I mnriC nf Plinmninn ....,1 T?1 ... 1. ! cs. The state fair this year will be Held October 1 to 7th. inclusive For premium list, call on County Cierk Zeller. Miss Flossie Cowan, of Chicago, is here visiting her grandmother.Mrs. Jno. G. Cowan, and other TTolt. ty relatives. Call Dr. T. A. Long, veterinary, who makes a specialty of treating sore eyes and fistula of horses. Both phones, No. For Sale-A lot of No. 1 hedge fence posts. Call on, phono, Farmers." or address. John F. Noellseh, Oregon. Mo.. Route. No. 2. V 1 1 kinds of Fresh Garden Seed in the bulk at Braog-Munx JIdw. Co. I W. L. Patterson and family, of the 1 i vide dist rict .have returned from Syracuse, Neb., where they visited Mrs. IVs parents, E. M. Richmond. i and w ife. The best Painters, Contractorsand Architects of the country specif v j Mound City "Horse Shoe" Brand House Paint. E. O. Phillips. P. C. Fuller, of the Kimsey dis trict, is visiting his old home in Rip ley county, Ind., and attending the annual reunion of his old regiment. the 83rd Indiana Infantry. In order to make room for new Dishes now coming in, I am going to make the greatest IO Oont Sale that was ever put on in Oregon. This will be a treat to all lovers of Dish Bargains. These goods will be on display Saturday, and will be put on sale the following Wed- day. Don't get the dates mixed. HARYEY EYANS, OREGON, MISSOURI. Edgar Byrant has bought the. Hb- gan restaurant at Bigeiow. ' Pryor Cunningham is back from his Iowa and Nebraska visit. Our canning factory began put ting up corn Wednesday of last w eek. Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Martin Phone. Calling cards, both printed and engraved: call at this ottice and see samples. Miss Katharine Elmer, of Kansas City, is here as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston. John Kyle, of Andrew county, has been over, circulating around among his Holt county friends. Dr. AVhitsell, eye and ear special ist: se corner uth and Edmond, St. Joseph. Both Phones, 943. W. E. Moody and family, who went to Oklahoma to try his fortune; has returned to Holt county. J. C. WHITMER, DENTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Tn Clnsfi n MS nEsrc,ssgaaiiii!iirimT ! iMm si wiwww vr s 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 Refrigerator, regular 83(;..")0. close out $31.50 2 Refrigerators, regular &S.oO. close out " 24 50 1 Relrigerator, regular 22.o0. close out 18 60 1 Refrigerator, regular $23.50, close out ." 19.50 $2.00 off on Lawn Mowers. SI. 00 off on Ice Cream Freezers. 50e off on Water Coolers. $3.00 off on Gasoline Ranges. We will give you good bargains on all summer goods. Bound to sell to make room for fall goods coming in on September 1st. You people that have old worn out Refrigerators now is your time to buy a Re frigerator at a bargain. We are short on room and we are going to move all Summer Hardware. Will be glad to serve vou. 8 8 8 Yours Truly, 8 8 8 Xi 11 A RD WARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI. 8 8 f) (4 lacob Kline, of the Divide, is im proving his residence property new porch and walks all in concrete. All kinds of Pump Work done on short notice. Bragg-Muxx ILdw. Co. Mrs. J. R. Kearney, Hazel and Harold, of Columbia, are visiting rela tives in and around New Point and Oregon. Dr. J. W. McClanahan. Forest City, Mo. Calls answered promptly, day or night. Both phones. Roy McKenna. of the Commercial National Bank, of Kansas City, came up and spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Charles Koock. The next regular meeting of Meyer Post, G. A. R., will be held at the home of D. I'. Dobyns, on the fourth Saturday in August, 27th. There will be an ice cream social at the Nickell's Grove school house, this evening, Friday, August 2(th. Proceeds for the benefit of the school The American and Electric Weld Wire at Bhagg-Munx Hdw. Co. Oakley Morris, having disposed of his apple crop and got the cash, is now being shown the sights of Omaha, by his cousin, Junior Nicholson. We have about n tons of baled wheat straw for sale. At the farm, 84.00: delivered, $:.i)0 per ton. R. C BENTON & SON. Dr. Disque and wife have re turned to their home in St. Joseph, after a week's visit with Mrs. D.s parents, Charles Anselment and w ife, 9 OREGON, MISSOURI. App ilf I M ipo wanTons IUO flUlllUUi E. S. THATCHER FDNEE1L DIBECTOE AHD EMBALM. COFFINS, CASKETS AND FUNERAL SUPPLIES. Calls promptly attended either city or country, day or night. Beth Phones. Agent for Stuppy Floral ( om pany. Flowers furnished for all occasions. East side of Square. Room formerly occupied by Bragg Munn Furniture Store. OREGON, MISSOURI. I will open up an apple packing sta tion at the OPERA HOUSE, IN OREGON, JULY 5TH, and will pay the Highest Prices for Duchess and other shinnine: varieties. See us before you sell. Will be here the entire season y I W. L. RIFFE. I Bee Jones has come back from Kansas City, where she spent a week visiting her iittle friend, Helen Best. She got back with all her limbs in tact and without a scratch. When you buy the International Stock & Poultry Food, you buy medi cine, not bran. For sale by E. O. Phillips. Arthur Cotten and wife, of For est City, are happy, very much so; a boy was born to them Sunday last, August 21. They now have a little king and queen within their home. To all our Country Friends: Come in and get a cool drink. Ice Cream, all Havers. HINDE DR.UG CO. Mildred Koock has returned from her extended visit with Kansas City relatives, and the occasion was a-rally of her many chums at the Koock home, Saturday. Prof. Reno, the great magieian, slipped in on them and transformed the lemonade from the crystal-homelike to that of the proverbial "circus red.' and it was done, too, in the 1 winkling of an eve. My, w hat a time they had down there. 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 1 T 1 T -1 . B sacK. it win cost you nothing to try. T. G. FRYE & SONS, For Sale One (I-Horse Power. Town. Snwin.1 I Gasoline Engine, with Wood Saw at ! tached: one Dunlex Fend Grindpr: one 2-IIole Corn Sheller. Jilso Linp. Shaftinir. Belts and Pullevs. Phone or see Nick Hite. Forbes. Mo. OREGON, MO. WHEN YOU BUY Nursery Stock of us, you buy -'G I LT EDGE' Q TALI TV and get it for less money: furthermore you can get it AN V DAY during the planting season that will suit YOFTII CONVENIENCE, and are not obliged to drop your work in the busy season on anv particular date to come in after it. I still have a few hundred six-basket peach crates in my packing shed at Nursery grounds, that I can spare parties who need them, at cost. Yours To Serve. i GEO. R. MURRAY, : : OREGON, MO. j Corbon Osborn, of Forest City, and Bonnie Worley, of Forbes, went to St. Joseph Wednesday, of last week, and received the necessary permit to become husband and wife. A Registered Pharmacist to ill your Prescription, Family Recipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. The llrst on the list to respond to the call to "clean up" is the Divide school. The room is being handsome ly papered: a new fence is being built, etc. O C. Goodhart is the architect. Use Mound City Paint. Every gallon guaranteed by E. O. Phillips. George Meyer and w ife and Mrs. Kunz are in Bay City, Mich., visiting ' their daughter, Mrs. Gregory, who with her husband, have but recently returned from their visit to England. A few good, second-hand road wagons and buggies at a bargain at Frank Foster's. - The apple buyer is abroad in the land and many car loads are being shipped out each week from this sta tion. The crop in this section is large and of a most excellenV quality. My rock crusher is now in onera- tion, and I can supply you at any time with a good quality of crushed rock in any quantity. At crusher, $1.50 per ton. Delivered in Oregon, $2.00 per ton. ROBERT WALTERS. It is with keen sorrow we an nounce the death of Miss Jose phine J'rmly. winch occurred at Piano. Ia., July (;. She with her sister practiced osteopathy here for several years, and made many warm friends, w ho will feel keenly her demise. A few months ago these sis ters left here and went to Colorado, and in a few weeks Miss Josephine was taken violently ill. and owing- to the altitude she was hurried to her Iowa home, where she Iingciud for two or three weeks, and passed aw ay.