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A PETERS GOOD- sHoccft FELLOW A Goodyear Welt Work SHOE The Strongest Lightest Weight, and one of the best wearing WORK SHOES made. Plain or Cap Toe at $3.50 Other splendid Work Shoes at $2.25 and $2.50 FiTTS-BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. Something You Neec Now 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. ndertaking 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. In fact, we want you to call and see us, whether you vrant to buy anything 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. Buy your Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store. Have you seen the elegant line of Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store? Miss Bird Peret has been engaged to teach the Marion school the com ing term. You can buy Wall Paper at Phil lips' Drug Store as cheap as you can any place. Miss Myrtle Peret will be a mem ber of the Craig school faculty the coming year. Matt Feichter, of Kansas City, is visiting Pa and Ma Charley Feich ter, of Richville. T will pay 50 cents per bushel for fresh peach seeds delivered. Geo. R. Murray. Earl Cooper and wife entertained Mrs. Belle Harris and daughter, Irene, of Richville, for a few days last week RERTJ3LJMERCE, DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office In the Moore B'ldtr, Hours 9 1. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. lo 5 p. m. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. KEIFFER & SON Butchers and Grocers, OREGON, : : : : MISSOURI. The state fair this year will be held October 1 to 7th, inclusive For premium list, call on County Clerk Zeller. Chester Springer and wife, and Mrs. Joshua Adolph, of Enid. Okla., are here on a visit with relatives and friends. Call Dr. T. A. Long, veterinary, who makes a specialty of treating sore eyes and fistula of horses. Both phones, No. 13. For Sale-A lot of No. 1 hedge fence posts. Call on, phona, "Farmers," or address, John F. Xoellsch, Oregon, Mo., Route, No. 2. Miss Ethel Young, accompanied by Robert Nash, of St. Joseph, were here over Sunday, the guests of her sister, Mrs. Paul Frye. The best Painters, Contractorsand Architects of the country specify Mound City "Horse Shoe' Brand House Paint. E. O. Phillips. -Mrs. D. A. Young, of St. Joseph, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Paul Frye, and Thomas and Joe are dee- lighted at the coming of grandma. We have about 5 tons of baled wheat straw for sale. At the farm, 4.00: delivered, $5.50 per ton. R. C. BENTON & SON. Mrs. Ora King, with her son, Ho mer, and daughter, Gladys, have re turned from their visit with relatives and friends at Kansas City and St. Jo seph. Grover, son of J. S. Nauman, of Libert" township, and Miss Maymie Graves, of north of Corning, were married August 17th, by Rev. John Duncan, of Craig. -When you buy the International Stock & Poultry Food, you buy medi cine, not bran. For sale by E. O. Phillips. -Mrs. Charles Narans and children have returned to their home in St.Jo- seph after a few days' visit with Pa and Ma Turnham. Mr. Narans is now a conductor on thestreet railway. Frank Adams, the horse buyer, was here Saturday and bought a car load of horses and mules, which he shipped out over the O. 1. R. R. He will be here again in three weeks and wants another car pad. -The ollicial vote of this congres sional district for Democratic candi dates for congress in the recent pri mary gives Chas. F. Booher a plurali ty of !03 votes over William E. Spratt. The vote was: Booher, (j,:l(; Moran, 3,017: Spratt, 5.413. flour and Feec Another Car of that Famous Humboldt Flour, Valley Lilly and Crowning Glory, and Bran and Shorts, will be in now in a week or two. Anybody wanting prices off the car, let me know. HARYEY EVANS, OREGON, MISSOURI. Monarch Malleable & 8 Bridge & Beach Ranges s s 8 8 8 8 8 8 Monarch Ranges are made of 1 he very best Malleable Iron and Steel: no putty used, all parts riveted together with Norway Iron liivets. People we have sold the Monarch to tell us they are line bakers and fuel savers. HARD COAL STOVES two of the very best We have the Garland and Round Oak makes. We want to show vou our line. Bargains in Refrigerators and Sewing Machines, your trade will treat you right. We want T. Hi- hardware, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 I E. S. THATCHEE pies Wanted!! I will open up an apple packing sta tion at the OPERA HOUSE, IN ORE:GON, JULY 5TH, 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. MFFE. 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. Mrs. Emma Philbrick and Miss Ella Castle have returned from Kan sas City, where they spent several weeks in a wholesale millinery house, and have opened a shop in this city at Mrs. Philbrick's home, three doors north of Zook & Roecker bank. To all our Country Friends: Come in and get a cool drink. Ice Cream, all flavors. HINDE DRUG CO. Messrs. J. W. Patterson, John E. Taylor and A. W. VanCamp, as com missioners, assisted by Lot Brown, as secretary and Wm. M. Morris, as as sistant secretary, have about com pleted their labors in assessing the benefits and damages occasioned by the digging of the Big Tarkio drain age canal. T. G. FRYE & SONS want Produce, ail 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. Burns Greene is clerking at the Oregon Leader. Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Fprbes, Mo. Martin Phone. Calling cards, both printed and engraved; call at this office and see samples. Mrs. J. B. Payne and Miss Sylvia Kunz, of The Oregon Leader, are in St. Louis. During the past 30 days approxi mately li miles of concrete walks have been laid in Oregon. Dr. Whitsell, eye and ear special ist: se corner 6th and Edmond, St. Joseph. Both Phones, 943. Roy Goodspeed, of Mound City, has accepted a position with Kreek & Hasness, general merchants. Albert Guthrie, of the Benton district, was in town Friday, visiting his aunt, Mrs. Wm. Turnham. Miss !NeIl Graham, after a week's visit at the home of G. W. Poynter, of Bigelow, lias returned home. J. C. WH1TAIER, IDZEILsTTIEST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Miss Lillian Price left Thursday of Jflast week for a visit in "Walla Walla, "Wash., and other western points. Dr. J. W. McClanahan, Forest City, Mo. Calls answered promptly, day or night. Both phones. Hoyt Enoex left Saturday of last week for Lawrence, Kansas, where he will attend the High school this coming year. Mrs. John A. Price has returned to her home in Caldwell, Idaho, after an extended visit here and at New Point, with relatives and friends. A Registered Pharmacist to fill your Prescription, Family Recipes, Etc., at Phillips' Drug Store. Mrs. Alma Frieling and little one have returned home to Klamouth Falls, Ore., after a visit here with her grandparents, A. J. Carson and wife, and other relatives. Ralph Berry and Willis Hanners have leased the Fillmore Lever and are now at the helm. They are both energetic young men and will doubt less keep the Lever up to that stan dard maintained by its former owner, Will Gilbert. Use Mound City Paint. Every jallon guaranteed by E. O. PniLLiPS. Some tine speeding was done at Maitland during t he fair. We under stand that W. TI. Mills' 5-year-old gelding "Marion Mills," broke the track pacing record of 2:15 made by Rosewater some 18 years ago, by go ing a mile in 2:12i. -We are sorry to learn that Albert Asendorf. of the Marietta district, has decided to leave Holt county and go to Latimer count-, Oklahoma, having traded his Holt county farm. Mr. Asendorf will not change his residence until the tirst of the year. -My rock crusher is now in opera 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, $2.50 per ton. ROBERT WALTERS. -Meyer Post, G. A. R. held an highly interesting meeting on Satur day last: 'Gettysburg'' was the sub ject talked about and a description of the three days' battle was given. The post will hold its next regular meeting September 24th. "Famous Sieges," will be the subject at the September meeting. For Sale One fi-ITorse Power, Towa Special Gasoline Engine, with Wood Saw at tached: one Duplex Feed Grinder; one 2-nole Corn Sheller, also Line Shafting. Belts and Pulleys. Phone or see Nick Hite, Forbes, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kreek are rusticating among the big hills in Western Pennsivania, visiting rela tives in Washington, Alleghany and Fayette counties, and on the side taking in some of the sights of the old Pittsburg homestead, Wilkens burg, McKeespoft and Uniontown, the last named town is Mr. Kreek's native place. It is located at the foot Alleghany mountains, where the old national turnpike starts up Laural Hill it was a great thoroughfare in the olden times. Arthur Lease, nineteen years old, was lodged In jail Tuesday, on the charge of petit larceny, having been arrested in St. Joseph, by the police of that city, on information from Sheriff McNulty. Sheriff McNulty and Deputy Gelvin brought him her3 Tuesday morning. Lease is charged with the stealing of a bicycle from Mart Graham, of Bigelow, some two weeks ago, and Lease has been in St. Joseph since the stealing.