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School Shoes We show a big line of our fa mous Weatherbird Shoes in Patent Leather, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, made in Lace and But ton, in sizes 8h to 11 at $1.85 and 1 11, to 2 at $2.00. Also show a splendid line of popular priced Shoes, size 8 to 11 at $1.35; 12 to 2 at $1.50 FITTS BUNKER MER. CO.. OREGON, CHRISTMAS 191071 This is the real Christmas Season. And we, as Oregon's largest Exclusive furniture and Carpet Store, invite you to call and view the largest collection of suitable things, more varied, more in accord with the Christmas spirit than you will find elsewhere. We can make it very interesting to you and worth your while to call and inspect our lines. You will find many things here that will appeal to you that you cannot find anywhere else. Here is a partial list: China Cabinets, Foot Stools, Carpet Sweepers, Umbrella Eacks, Center Tables, Mottoes, Card Tables, Morris Chairs. Book Case, Davenports, Desks, Jardiniere Stands, Desk Chairs, Conches, Bed Room Suites, UNDERTAKING (DENNY & OREGON, lAif 1 get away from the cold and the rain 1 Aff w If Iml t an( tne snow bat is bound to come and WW II V I villi escape possible sickness and doctor bills w t() sav not,iijIUT 0f inconvenience this ' winter? Would it not be far and away the best thing to avoid all this by going to California There, in the land of out-of-doors, you can lind just the kind of climate you like best. And amidst sunshine and roses, lowering ranges, broad val leys, lakes and rivers, forests and orchards, breakers and beaches, you can lose Jack Frost and find summer in winter, health, rest, and rejuvenation. Why not spend a few weeks (or months) in this nature-given playground? Of course 3Tou want to go the easy, comfortable way, and, at the same time, you owe it to yourself to get the maximum of scenery, and go via Colorado. Get a copy of our "California Excursions Personally Conducted" folder. It contains just the information you need for a trip of this kind. Then ask me how to join one of the Burlington's popular through-to- DESTINATION-UNDER-PERSONAL-ESCORT EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA. J. T. BIRMINGHAM, Agent, C. B. & Q. R. R. MISSOURI. Side Boards, Music Cabinets. Magazine Racks, Hall Benches, Hat and Coat Racks, Dressing Tables, Divans, Child's Rockers, Parlor Rockers, Mission Rockers and Chairs, Library Tables, Work Tables, Dining Tables, Etc., Etc. ft SPECIALTY. RAYHILLJ MISSOURI. FOREST CITY, MO. Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Both Phone. Rev. G. W. Weidemier began a series of meetings at the Benton church, Sunday last. Dr. J. "VV. McClanahan, Forest City, Mo. Calls answered promptly, day or night. Both phones. You will find almost anything you want, to make a nice Xraas pres ent, at Phillips' Drug Store. Born, to Fred Weis and wife, on November 29, a line baby boy. Dr. Evans told us this and he says it's so. Sleds, Wagons, Tool Chests, Doll Buggies, Banks, Trunks, Toy Dishes, Dolls, Games. Trains, Etc., at Phil lips' Drugstore. We are truly sorry to hear of the alarming illness of F. S. Brownfield at his home in Craig from pnemonia We hope to hear of his improved con dition. gERTPIERCE DENTIST, Oregon i Office in the Moore B'idg, tin Hours 9 u. m..to 12 m. 1:30 p. m. a) 5 p. m. Phones, Old 01, Mutual 43. They have gone banc Home in the Triumph district Mrs. John Goodhart and daughter. Mrs. Clara Watson, after a two days' visit here with relatives. The best Painters. Conl ractorsand Architects of the country specify Mound City "Horse Shoe" Brand House Paint. E. O. Phillips. Rev. John Calfee was here a few days this week visiting his sister-in-law. Mrs. C. J. Hunt. Mr. Calfee is on the chautaqua platform and came here from Denver. Colo. See the elegant line of Xmas Goods at Phillips? Drug Store. There are 22 deaths reported from foot ball this year. As the play ers become accustomed to the new lules this fatality is expected to de crease, rne deatns are mostly among amateurs who are fresh in the game. -Doll Go Carts and Baby Jumpers the latest see them before you buy. Braog-Munn IIdw. Co. - Mrs. C. E. Munn and Mrs. Dan Dreher and children are in Chicago visiting thsir mother. Mrs. Emma Bragg and sisters, Misses Alberta and Zirma. Mrs. J. D. Rankin, of Tarkio, is also visiting her mot her. Mrs. Bragg, j - Syrup of White Pine Compound is recommended by Physicians for Coughs and Colds. Sold at Phillips' Drug Store. - A letter to a friend here from lit tle Dan Zoolc, who is in Fort Worth. Texas, tells that he is now convalesc ing from a 90 days' siege with typhoid fever. His former school chums here will be glad to learn of his improved condition. Bring your pictures in and get them framed up before Xmas, as we have many new patterns in moldings. Bragg-Munn Hdw Co. At a luncheon given Thursday of last week by Mrs. C. D. Zook.Mrs. H. Thomas, Mrs. E. Thomas, Mrs. W. Hamsher, of Mound City, and Mrs. W. Drury, of St. Joseph, were guests of honor. A color scheme of red and white was used in decorating the rooms and table. Covers were placed for twenty guests. We have 13 tons of Furnace Coal we will sell for $4.95 per ton if taken j soon. L. P. Watson & Co.. Forest City, Mo. L. I. Moore attended the meeting of the National Canners' Association, convened at Cleveland, Ohio, this week. Gn his way to Cleveland Mr. Moore stopped off in Chicago and went out to the Northwestern Uni versity at Evanston, Ills., to see his daughter, Mary, and other Oregon young people who are students there. E. S. THATCHER FUNERAL D1BICT0R AND EMBALM. 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. Calling cards, both printed and engraved; call at this office and see samples. The next regular meeting of Meyer Post, G. A. R. , will be held at the home of D. P. Dobyns on the 4th Saturday in December 24th. It is to be hoped the members will re member the date and the commander would be pleased to meet all comrades; as the annual election of officers will occur at this meeting, and the com rades will also remember their semi annual dues will also be due at this time. Cash Paid For Poultry Every Day In the Week. Holiday Time is drawing near. My stock of Dishes will be the most complete stock this year that I have ever had, and more popular in price than ever before. My stock of Candies, Nuts and Goodies to eat, will be as usual, the Best Always. Nothing made too good to eat. Let me have your business for Xmas, and you will get goods at the right price. HARVEY EVANS. If you are not satisfied, tell me; if you are, tell others. Art Garland T. L. PRICE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI. COL. A. J. COX --THE-- AUCTIONEER, MAITLAND, MISSOURI. 15 Years' Experience. Quietly Married. Another son-in-law is now regis tered in the family book of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham, of Kansas City; Miss Katharine is now Mrs. Phil. N. Miller, of Maitland, and strange as it may seem, two of their girls married Holt county boys and came back to the county of their girlhood days as wives. The couple were married in Rev. Dr. Foulks Presbyterian church, in Kansas City, on Wednesday, No vember 23, 1910, by the pastor of the church. The bride is a lovely woman, born in the old town, and had not yet donned long dresses when she left here with her parents for Kansas City, where she grew up high, and be came a most charming young woman. The Maitland Herald states that the groom is in the restaurant business in that city, and speaks of him as a most excellent and worthy young man. We trust their lives, each day, may be as joyous as their wedding day. Bring Me Your Poultry Pay Highest Market Price In CASH. Hard Coal Hard Coal Stoves, $28.00 to $60.00. Have the Garland. Gold Coin, Pen -insular and Round Oak. Some good bar gains for you in the Hard Coal Stove line. Bridge & Beach and Monarch Ranges. Wood and Coal Heating Stoves. $3.50 to $2S.50 and we can show you the best makes in these lines. For Good Hardware, the Best U Can Buy, Go to Phone For Dates. Farm For Sale. 80 acre farm, 7 miles southeast of Oregon, and 4 miles northwest of Nodaway. All under cultivation. Plenty of water and fruit. Albert Huiatt, Forbes, Mo. For Sale. Eight head of Duroc Male Hags, at the Eureka Stock Farm. Extra good breeding. Will sell at farmers' prices. Ed Fuhrman. No Hunting. Notice is hereby given that all per sons trespassing or hunting upon my land will be prosecuted. Nellie Ratliff. Books, Bibles, Post Card Albums, Toilet Cases, Shaving Sets, Work Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Cut Glass and Brass Ware at Phillips' Drug Store. Toys of all kinds, at "Phillips Drug Store. See the newest in the Furniture Line at Bragg-Munn Hardware Co. Don't forget the box supper at the Lincoln school house this, Friday, evening, nth instant. Dr. Whitsell, eye and ear special ist: se corner 6th and Edmond, St. Joseph. Both Phones, 943. Albert Seeman and wife returned Sunday evening from Kansas City, where they visited with relatives for a few days. For everything in the Grocery line, new and fresh, and delivered at your door, you should give Sterling Perkins your order. Mrs. Fred Ililsenbeck and daugh ter Anna, of St. Joseph, are here vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Mary Derr, of east of town and Miss Emma, of this city. J. C. WHITMER, , IDEIfcTTIST. prqud:building. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Mother McDonald, Mrs. Herb Mc Donal and daughter, and Mrs. Mollie Bake have returned from their visit with Wr daughter, Mrs. Jake Wehrli, of Liberty township. See our line of Buggy "Whips. Just in a 50 cent "Whip for 25 cents at Bragg-Munn Hardware Co. Mrs. Carrie Bolton and her two children, after an extended visit here with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Eiler, left on Thursday last -for her home in Scranton, Kas., where her husband is assistant cashier in the bank there. The Sentinel and Twice-aweek' Globe Democrat, one year, for only: $1.50, cash in advance. Order at once,, time limited. ... ; Our local merchants are already re ceiving their holiday goods'arid those who do their shopping early will not only get their pick of the nice things, but will help to relieve thecongestion of trade always due "the day before Christinas." The ladies of the M. E. church will hold their annual bazaar and bake sale in the Sterrett storeroom, on Thursday and Friday. December 8. 9. On Saturday afternoon, December 10, they will give a coffee at the same place in connection with their azaar. It will certainly be good news to the friends of the Christian church here to know that the members of that church have made an otlicial call on Elder Dawson, to serve them for another year, and we hope he will ac cept. He began his services here in 1908, and his people have learned to love him. We have a tine line of Nickle Ware for the Holidays: also the Com munity Silver Ware. Buy something useful at Bragg-Munn's. A lady who resides east of town a few miles is feeling badly over a deal she recently made. After sending away for several articles she went in to one of our dry goods stores and priced the goods when she found she would have saved $1.50 on a $15 out lay if she had spent her money in Ore gon instead of sending it away. W. T. Pierce, Sr., died at the home of his son, Will Pierce, at Fern Hill, Wash., last Monday, Nov. 28th, 1910, aged about 80 years. The body was brought to Craig for burial, ar riving Friday morning. Funeral was held from the Methodist church Fri day afternoon, interment being in the Parrish cemetery Craig Leader, Dec. 2, 1910. Farm for Sale. 1 wish to sell my farm of 75 acres, 7 miles east of Oregon Go acres in cultivation, balance in timber 125 bearing apple trees 75 bearing peach trees; small fruit of all kinds. Good four-room house, good barns and oth er out-buildings well and cistern. Call on or address me for further particulars. Albert Kurtz, Route 3, Oregon, Mo. Time was when a fellow's hands got mighty sore at husking conn, and he would stick it out to the enty with mighty sore hands; now you'll find that a five-cent pair of cotton gloves for each day is a darn sight ' cheaper than wearing off 25 cents' worth of cuticle and making one generally dis agreeable, besides. We can sell Tinware as cheap as any firm in the 'county. Let us show you at Bragg-Munn Hardware Co. Mrs. George Bisset died Thursday afternoon at her home three and one half miles north of thiscity. She had been ill only since Monday morning and died of locked bowels. She leaves besides her husband, her m other, Mrs. Lee Gillis, three sisters, Mrs. P. F. Col well, of Maitalnd, Mrs. Pole Cos tello, of Clarinda, la., Mrs. Gum Browning and one brother, Tom Gil lis, of this city. At the time of her death she was about 45 years old. Funeral services were held Friday Jeffersonian Dec. 2d, 1910.