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made rem us BY PETERS ST. 10 U 13. QOOD an FELLOW A Qoodyear 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. FALL IS HERE Now is the time to get ready for winter. You will need something for the home, and es pecially in our line. Bedsteads, Mattresses, Rockers, Dining Tables, Book Oases, China Olosets, Dining Room Chairs, Carpets, Rugs, Etc. Come in and see us for anything in the FURNITURE LINE. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. 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 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 & SO Butchers and Grocers, OREGON, MISSOURI. Apple s BaMnBii I -4- V"V . TT Clll IWU Uncle John Seyfer, we are sorry to learn, is a very sick man. T. F. McKee and family, of St. Joseph, were Oregon visitors Sunday. Miss Mary Kaucher, of St. Joseph, is here visiting relatives and many friends. . Calling cards, both printed and engraved; call at this office and see samples. Jesse Mills, of White Cloud, Kas.. was here this week visiting relatives and friends. C. E. Munn and wife left Sunday in their auto for Trenton, where they will visit relatives. Sherman Hibbard left Thursday for Chicago, where he will enter the j Rush Medical School. Russel Carr and wife, of Rich ville, have gone to the Big Horn Basin with the view of locating. BERTjUMERCE DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore B'lde. Hours 9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. vo 5 p. m. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Bring Your Fall and Winter Apples To the Opera House in Oregon, and get the Highest Prices for Fall and Winter Shipping Varieties. See us before you sell. Will be here the entire season. W. L. RIFFE. Henry Thomas, wife and son Emmett, of Mound City, were Sunday guests of C. D. Zook and family. John Curtis, wife and little son of Stanberry. are here visiting Uncle Johnny Curtis, wife and other rela tives. -The state fair this year will be held October 1 to 7th, inclusive For premium list, call on County Clerk Zeller. -Miss Mary Zook left Thursday for Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where she will enter her Junior year in Vassar college. H. B. Lawrence, of Craig, our candidate for representative, was in the city Monday in attendance on cir cuit court,. F.arms for Sale. I have a farm or two for sale. Call on, or address, S. P. Perkins, Oregon, Mo. Everet King, of St. Joseph, has been here this week visiting with his mother, Mrs. Ora King, and other relatives and friends. Elder Dawson attended the dis trict convention of the Christian churches, which was in session, this week, at Trenton, Mo. -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. The Horn Brothers, of Craig, have gone into bankruptcy proceedings. Their petition cites that their assets are $1,017.36 and liabilities $1,082.J)(5. The best Painters, Contractors and Architects of the country specify Mound City "Horse Shoe" Brand House Paint. E. O. PniLLirs. Smith Derr and wife "have come back" from their visit with her pa and ma, W. M. Frazer and wife Grandma Fra.er came home with them. -Mrs. Eugene McFarland and chil dren, of Rock Island. 111., are expect ed in a few davs for an extended visit with her parents, James Curtis and wife, of the Union district. E. S. THATCHER FUBEB1L DIBECTOR MB EIBALMER. COFFINS, CASKETS AND FUNERAL STJPPIilES. 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. Harry Hasness and familj'wentto Fairfax last week and visited with his mother, who we are sorrv to learn has been quite sick, but we are glad to know is now some better. Mrs. Sarah Rostock, of Oklahoma, has been visiting Oregon relatives the past week: she will go from here to Brown county, Kansas, to visit rela tives, and will then return to her home. REMOVAL--The Philbrick Tonsoral Parlor has been re moved to the front room ov er Koock's Clothing Store. We are glad to know that Mr. Simerly, our liveryman, who lias been so long very sick with typhoid fever, is now able to be out." His children, who have also been down with the same malady, are all now convalescing and the professional nurse, who has been in charge of the cases the past seven weeks, left for her home this week. 'WANTED' More business all the time. I am always looking out for new busi ness, at the same time I am doing what is right to take care of the old business. Don't forget if you want anything in the eating line, that I have it or will get it if possible, for that is my busi ness to feed the hungry. I buy poultry all the time, also produce, and will pay the high est market price possible. . . . HARYEY EYANS OREGON, MISSOURI. s 8 8 8 (4 Monarch Malleable & II I H I H fly 8 Monarch Ranges are made of the very best Malleable Iron and SteeJ: no putty used, all parts riveted together with Norway Iron Rivets. People we have sold the Monarch to tell us they are tine bakers and fuel savers. HARD COAL STOVES We have the Garland and Round Oak, two of the very best makes. We want to show you our line. Bargains in Refrigerators and Sewing Machines. We want vour trade will treat you right. T- PRICE, HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI. 8 T. G. FRYE & SONS want Produce, all kinds, will pay Cash or Trade. Have just unloaded a car of Peed, 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. W. S. Gifford and wife are in New York visiting relatives. Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Martin Phone. Del. Browning is building a hand some home on his place in the Sum mit district. Miss Mary Hostetter is assisting Philbrick & Castle in their millinery establishment. Mrs. Chas. Soper, of St." Joseph, has been visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. T. C. Dungan. Mrs. T. C. Dungan and Miss Hor tense, were St. Joseph visitors on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. J. B. Payne has returned from an outing of several weeks at various Colorado points. Dr. Whitsell, eye and ear special ist: se corner Oth and Edmond, St. Joseph. Both Phones, 943. J. C. WH1TMER, DENTIST. proud;building. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Dr. J. W. McClanahan, Forest City. Mo. Calls answered promptly, dav or nijrht. Both phones. Joe Murray has moved into his handsome new residence he just com pleted on the old Henry V atson place. Frank Sutton has resigned as city marshal and the council has appointed Charles W. Bartram to fill the va- cancv. Sheriff McNulty has now opened quarters for the treatment of some people who have fits. See him about his treatment. Perry Moore had one of his fine hack horses to die Monday morning from spasmodic colic, lie was worth $100 and then some. Mrs. Elsie McIntyre,of Richville, has returned home after a two-weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. John Eakin, of Council Bluffs, la. School Books at the Hinde Drug Store. Cash only buys. them. -UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS for sale or rent. For full particulars address: Underwood Typewriter Co. 205 S. 7th St, St. Joseph, Mo. Owen W.Kincanon and Miss Marie E. Brown, of Corning, went to St. Jo seph, Thursday of last week, and se cured their license to become husband and wife. -Mrs. Emma Bragg left Sunday for Tarkio, where she will spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Rankin, before going on to Chicago to spend the winter. -To all our Country Friends: Come in and get a cool drink. Ice Cream, all flavors. HINDE DRUG CO. Hon. T. C. Dungan has returned from the state capital, where he at tended the meeting of the Republican State committee, and helped to make the party platform. Our canning factory closed down on its corn pack last week, having put up 100,000 cans. The crop was short, but whafthere was of it, was of a very fine quality. 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 HINDE DRUG CO. M. I). Walker, in charge of theT. B. Fish estate, has closed a,leasewith Al. Prussman, M. T. A rmentrout, Oye Boliand and .Ino. G. Xbnnan, for the 240 acres belonging to the estate. -J. C. Strobel suffered a painful injury and one that will disable him for several weeks, last Monday. He was loading baled hay, and while on the wagon, fell to the ground, strik ing upon his shoulder in such a way as to dislocate it Mound City News. Our hog growers should get ready to attend the great sale of Ed Fuhr man's at his Eureka Stock farm four miles north of Oregon, on Tuesday, October 11th, 11)10. The sale will con sist of pure bred Duroc Jerseys and among the offerings will be 9 head of fall boars, 12 head spring boars, 10 head fall gilts. Watch for sale bills and advertisement. A short time since a potatoe vine, ith potatoes growing on its top, at tracted much attention in our show window, but we now have a freak in egetable growth yet more strange two potatoes attached to the roots of corn-stalk. Without close inspec tion these potatoes appear to be grow ing from the roots of the corn-stalk, but, in reality, the roots of the stalk have grown through the potatoes. Guy Grebe brought the curiosity to our office. Atchison County Mail.