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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 1 to 2 at $2.00. Also show a splendid line of popular priced Shoes, size 81 to 11 at $1.35; 12 to 2 at $1.50 FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. CHRISTMAS 1910. 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 wortfo. 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 Cabints, Foot Stools, Carpet Sweepers, Umbrella Racks, Center Tables, Mottoes Card Tables, Morris Chairs,. Book Case, Davenports, Desks, Jardiniere Stands, Desk Chairs, Couches, Bed Room Suites, Side Board;, 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. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. (DENNY & BAYHILL.) OREGON, MISSOURI. See the elegant line of Xmas Goods at Phillips" Drug Store. Dr. .1. L. Hogaii, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Io. Both Phone. Miss Alicia Mood;', of Grand June lion, Colo., is here visiting .with her friend, Miss Ilattie Harris. Dr. Whitsell. eye and ear special ist: e corner (5th and Edmond, St. Joseph. Both Phones, 043. Dr. J. W. McClanahan, Forest City, Mo. Calls answered promptly, day or night. I loth phones. --If you are going to gi'.e a Xmas dinner, Moore & Kreek will give you suggestions on what to have. Santa Claus can't get goods quick enough, but we have the goods and can supply you promptly. Hinde Drug Co. The best Painters. Contractorsand Architects of the country specify Mound City "Horse Shoe" Brand House Paint. E. ( . Phillips. B!5L G. PiEHCE. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Oiiict; in t.ho Moore K'idp. Hour.- ! -t. hi. to 1:: in. 1:0 J). Ml. to 5 JJ. ID. Phones, OJd 01. Mutual cards, both printed and call at this office and see YOU KNOW GOOD LIVE STOCK, We know good Nursery Stock. Our knowledge of fruits and fruit-tree stock has been gained from actual experience, and is net con fined to second-hand information from catalogues and ''year books." One who has spent thirty years in learning a business can hardly be classed as an amateur. Such institutions as Park College do not em ploy men to take charge of any of its departments who have not already "made good:' and we gladly refer anyone interested to either the Presi dent or Treasurer of Park College, Parkville, Mo., as to our three years' service there. If in need of some first-class fruit trees, plants, vines, ornamental trees or shrubs, or black locust and catalpa speciosa (for posts and tim ber) let us have your order as soon as convenient. Our prices are al ways right, and we guarantee satisfaction. If anything fails to grow it will be made up to you at half price the next season. We pay freight or express charges on all orders of $5.00 or more to any railroad point within fifty miles; on S10.00 or more within one hun dred miles. Yours for service, GEO. It. MURRAY : : OREGON, MO. FOR SALE A good second-hand Farm wagon, by A. A. lunzie on met we Geo. Murray place, south. Martin phone, 77 We have 13 tons of Furnace Coal will sell for $4.95 per ton if taken -Oallin engraved: samples. On account of the prevalence of smallpox at Albany. Gentry county. Judge Ellison discharged both the petit and grand juries. See our line of Buggy Whips. Justin a 50 cent Whip fori! cents at Hragg-Munn Hardware Co. - Russell, the 12-year-old son of Fred Burnett, was thrown from his horse on Tuesday of last week and had one of his arms broken. Books, Bibles, Post Card Albums, Toilet Cases. Shaving Sets, Work Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Cut Glass and Brass Ware at Phillips' Dmig Store. Mrs. .1. W. Narens and children, whoihave been visiting her parents, Father and Mother. John Jveaster, re turned to their home in Welsh, La.. last week. - The Moler Barber College, of Kan sas Citv, Mo., wants men to learn the barber trade. They oiler splendid in- ducenientsand a short term completes. Beautilul catalogue free on request. - Syrup of White Pine Compound is recommended by riiysicians lor Coughs and Colds. Sold at Phillips' Drug Store. Uncle'. John Lister, who has been -.visiting with his daughter, Mrs. John Cain, at Okmulgee, Okla., has .re turned to his little home in Forest City, and although now 80 years of age, wiiJ "watch- alone. -We have .a fine line of Xickle Ware for tl.e Holidays: also the Go.ru- munity Silver Ware. Buy something useful at Bragg-jVlunn's. A. I). House, of north of New oiut, has purchased the Samuel Now- laeul .farm 0 miles south of Maitland, consisting of 100ae.r.es. The con idera- tion .being $18,000 .and the deal was made through WelJer.and Wehrli, of Mitdand Maitland Herald. I wish you all a rry Xmas. Me -?va 3 I 253 In doing so I will do any thing in my power to help make your Xmas a merry one by supplying your ta ble wants, likewise your dainties. Anything you may want, I will do my best to get if I haven't it in stock. So again I wish you all a merry Xmas. Ik HARVEY EVANS. S Irvn rtr Cola Heating Stoves 3 Hard Coal $28.00, at i Hard Coal $36.00, at $23.00 $31.00 I Hard Coal $33.00, at I Hard Coal $42.50, at $28.00 $36.00 Soft Coal and Wood $4.50 off regular price, gains for you. Heating Stoves, $2.00 to Here are some Stove Bar- OLD SANTA has left with us lots of useful Christmas nresents. You can't miss it if you come to our store 5 for Stoves and Christmas Pres ents. T. L. PRICE HARDWARE, OREGON, MO WEST SIDE SQUARE Toys of all kinds at Phillips' Drug Store. Sou the newest in the Furniture Line at Bragg-Munn Hardware Co. Miss Ina Botkin, of the Baptist College faculty at Columbia. Mo., is at home for the holiday season. We can sell Tinware as cheap as any tirm in the county. Let us show you at Bragg-Munn J lard ware Co. Albert Gotten, O. P. G. Oelvin, Ernest Kneale, G. W. Glenn and P. II. Chesney have returned from their prospecting trip down in Texas. -Sleds, Wagons, Tool Chests, Doll Buggies. Banks, Trunks, Toy Dishes, Dolls, Games, Trains, Etc., at Phil lips' Drugstore. Mrs. Dan Dreher has returned from her visit with her mother, Mrs. Emma Bragg, and sisters, Alberta and Ziuna. in Chicago. Mrs. Munn will remain over Christmas season. J. C. Vi HITAIER, IDEUCsTTIST. proud;build!ns. North Side of Square. Both Phones. . S. THATCHER FDHIBAL MBECTOB MD MAIMER. 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. soon. L. P. Watson & Co.. . Forest Citv. Mo. George Clark, who used to live in this city, and a son-in-law of Sol Lof fer, obtained judgment for 4,000 in the Wichita, Kansas, district court recently. In February, 100!), Clark had his arm injured, impairing its use while working in an alfalfa mill, at Wichita. The case will go up to the supreme court. You don't know what line Candy is, unless you have tasted those Queen's Quality Chocolates at Moore & Kreek's. Oregon is not exactly booming. That term signifies a certain degree of inflation. There's nothing unsub stantial about it. Business in this city the past year though not well into her 70th year, has merely been so good that pessimists and 'knockers'' are not chirping. What would make a nicer Christ mas present than o0 or 100 calling cards? We print thein. Call in and see samples and get prices. Joe Fries missed the bridge near the ClinD Nauman place northwest of town the other day and he and his team landed in the bottom of the creek. Mode Morris passing by helped Mr. Fries and his team out of their predicament. No serious damage was done Jeffersonian. PERKINS' THE GROCER, Keeps Fresh Groceries of all kinds. Pays the Highest Prices for Produce, also Hides; and you just ought to see the Meat Counter, and ''Bunk" cuts the meat. Will also be in the Ice business next season. See him for contracts. We will get your hogs and fix them up just as you like at any time. I am in line for CHRISTMAS CANDIES AND NUTS. Also Have for Sale B CORN, WOOD, HAY AND STRAW. I I r COL. A. J. COX --THE-- AUCTIONEER, MAITLAND, MISSOUEI. Years' Experience. Phone For Dates. Sam Nowles, living some six miles north of this city, had his team of mutes to run away on Saturday, loth inst., on his return from Mound City, when near the mill, and he was thrown under the wagon and badly bruised up, the wagon passing over him- no bones were broken, fortunately. You will find almost anything you want, to make a nice Xmas pres ent, at Phillips' Drug Store. One of the very neatest pieces of printing that has come to our table in a long time is the December num ber of "The Class News," a monthly issued in the interest of the Craig High school. It is from the press of the Craig Leader and reflects a high order of workmanship upon Brother Watson. The Sentinel and Twice-aweek Globe Democrat, one year, for only $1.50, cash in advance. Order at once, time limited. From the St. Charles, Missouri, Cosmos, we learn that Emmet Hinkle of Fortescue, is gaining some promi nence as a football player. He is a student there in the military school. He was awarded his letters in a class of 14, beating many competitors for position of left guard. He ranks 1st Lieutenant in Company A. Our clerks are ready to wait on you aud make prices that wi.l move our Christmas stock. Come and see Hinde Drug Co. The older of our residents will re gret to learn of the death of Mrs Anna Wade, widow of the late Judge John E. Wade, of St. Joseph, which occurred Wednesday last, Dec. 14th, 1910, at the home in St. Joseph, at the age of 97 years. She resided in our city many years ago with her daugh ter, Mrs. Joseph Batcheller. Have you noticed that line of Candy Moore & Kreek are showing? It certainly is swell, and prices, "hard to beat. Walk in and sample it. The fact that Christmas and New Years fall on Sunday is not going to rob anyone of the customary week day's vacation. The banks of the citv will close on the following Mondays for the full day. A Missouri statute provides that when Christmas and New Year fall on Sunday, the follow ing day shall be a legal holiday. Christmas Goods must be sold at Christmas time. If not sold then, they cannot be sold in July. We've got them and they are for sale. Hinde Drug Co. Judging from the size of the crowds that have lined the sidewalks the past several days and the crowds in our stores, Christmas shopping has been on in earnest. All the stores. along the main streets are attractive in holiday attire and the display of gifts is large and tempting. Every- body seems to be buying and nearly everv man ana woman who visuen. the stores, carried home a package of some sort. It seems as though Moore & Kreek are headquarters for Candy Shoppers. They have an extra supply of clerks to wait on their trade. The Sentinel acknowledges a most delightful call irom Miss flora, the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. John Cam, of Okmulgee, Okla., who has been here on a visit with relatives and friends in and around Forest City, New Point and Oregon. The family left Forest City some nine years ago and we are glad to know that John is doing well feeding cattle. Miss Flo was one of Forest City's popular 3'oung girls and for years was in such poor health that she sought the Colo rado climate, returning in splendid health, and now she is as large as her mother. It was a greut pleasure to meet her for she learned her alphabet out of the pages of the Oid bentinel. Brintr your pictures in and get them framed up before Xmas, as we have many new patterns mldings. BBAGG-MUN JW l0.