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Children. PETER SHOE. ST.LO Patent Leather, Surde, Vel vet, Gunmetal and Vici Kit). We show these Shoes made up in the new styles, with one, two and three straps. FITTSBUNKER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. IT WILL PAY U to sec us for Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Paints and Oils, or anything carried in tlm Fuiiiitmt! Lint. Wo have the k(1h, and will inakti prices tiiat will l an inducctnont. V carry the Best Prepared Paint. We make a specialty of UNDERTAKING Come in and see us at once. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, RAYHILL & MOORE. OREGON, MISSOURI. Property for Sale! No. 1. A HWI acre farm Just 4 miles cast of Oregon. Dwelling of It rooms, liutlt IImhij a larns 4KX.M) and 20x141, hog house HixNi, also chicken and smoke houses. A never fulling well wit It windmill, pipes from same across the road to cast eighty, with hydrant In ham. Apple, peach, pear and cherry trees. Kami well fenced with woven and barbed wire some lied ire. Three different denominations have preaching In one. mile of the farm. One mile to school. In fact a tine home In a good neighborhood. Owner will leave two-thirds of selling price on the farm at tl per cent annual interest. Now get busy and see me for price on Oils line home. No. 2. Consists 114.1 acres of bottom land with several sets of Improve ments and Is a line ranch for grass or grain of any kind. Will sell separate or all together. Iand located 21 miles from railroad town In Moll county. No. .1. Consists of 'a farm of tfo acres adjoining Napier on the east, helm: about .Vi acres hill land and balance liottom and very line land. Has dwelling of four rooms, cattle shed, cistern and spring water: about two acres of orchard, 40 acres fenced hog tight .balance fenced with barb wire. Will sell for cash or trade for general stock of merchan dise, such as dry goods, hoots, shoes and groceries. See me at once for terms. No. 4. Consists of Ml acres of land, situated 41 miles northeast fiom Forest City and n miles southeast of Mount) City, In a tine nclghhorbood has dwelling of 7 rooms, barn2oxin. smoke and chicken houses, n splendid well of water, a cisterns and living water, apples, about sum peach trees, pear trees, cherry, plum and small fruit and fenced Into live iieins, uiosiiy nog iigiu, acres oi i miner, ouiy .n acres in corn, 4 acres alfalfa, and the balance In timothy and clover. I will make you a price on this farm that will sell it. No. 5. Consists of a dwelling of six rooms, besides halls and closets. Two good lots, tin; north lot being suitable for a building site, cave and plenty of water. I'rlce, ;i,ooo. Located within onu block of the court' house square, Oregon. No. (I. Consists of a farm of inn acres; good fences and plenty of water. (Jood house and bam and other outbuildings; located about four miles northwest, of Oregon and about the same distance, northeast of Forest City. This farm has plenty of fruit and Is a good home for the right party. No. 7. Consists of a 20 acre bottom farm without Improvements, and be ing a part of the Michael May tract of land. This farm lielongs to one or tliu heirs out west, and has been placed In my hands to sell on very reasonable terms. You would do well to look this up. No. 8. Is a farm of 100 acres, lias dwelling of six rooms and dwelling of three rooms; two barns, nianarles and hog sheds; HO acres fenced hog tight Into three lields; running water, cistern, 1 well; about 4.1 acres of branch bottom, does not overflow 'JO acres In grass and 25 In timber, which Is also In blue grass. Onu and one-half miles to Itichvllle In fact a good farm and (m.00 pur acre will buy It. Xn. n. Is a little farm of 51 acres, located one-half mllo northeast of For est City school building; has dwelling of four rooms, barn 1(1x24, built 1010; smoke house and chicken houses, a good well of water and two cisterns. I'rlce, siuo per acre. No. 10. I have a tine proposition for the right man on a quarter section of land, situated In the, Oregon Independent School District. See me for terms and description. No. 11. Dwelling of three good sized rooms, small hall, cook room, good cis tern, wood house, cave, plenty of fruit. I'rlce, 800. Dwelling in good repair. Come In and list your property with me. A business contract saying what 1 am to do and what you are to do. Over a quarter of a cen tury dealing and not one law suit. If you have any Idle money see me and I w ill place it for you on good security and at a fair rate of interest. yours for Husiness, Oeorgo Gelvln had business in St. Joseph Saturday last. - When dealing with our adver tisers please mention The Sentinel. Charles .1. Herman hasour thanks for a few slices of fine, smoked coun try ham. County Clerk Zeller has Just re ceived a. supply of game laws for free distribution. - Sterling Perkins has a pair of twins at his house -male and female Jersey calves. - Remember the Malt lain, fair will be held this year. August 21st to 25th Inclusive. Miss Kthel Terpenlng, of St. Jo seph, Is the guest of her young filend, Miss Clady King. Jacob Kurt. Is visiting Ills bro ther, Dan, sister, Mrs. Lydla (illlicrt, and other lelatlus in Ilulfalo. Wyo. .1. C. Willi M R, OREGON, MISSOURI. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Dr. Kvans tells ns hah girl ar rived at the home of Leigh llond on Monday. July ,11. It l No. I, We congratulate. P. A. Dooley anil wife returned to their home In llulTulo. Mont.. Fri day of last week, after a short visit with home folks. - When in towncall at LlnCarroU's mil get a good, cold drink at the fountain, as he has the only Soda Fountain In the town. Claude King, wife and daughter, Mildred, and Misses .Mary and F.iuma llerreswere St, Joseph visitors last Sunday, going down In their auto. -Dr. Kvans tells ns and It's no story either, that a baby ho v came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Mathews on Saturday, July2th. - For the next mi dayswcwlll make you a special price on Team and Hug- gy Harness, C.J. Iciiiiman. Mrs. I'eacher, and Lucille: Miss Allle Itussell, Mrs. Sam Simpson and John Simpson went to St. Joseph Thursday, John driving Mrs. Peach er's auto. -.1. I. Ilahu has ret timid from Sawyer county, Wisconsin, where he Invested In in acres. He coutem. plates lemovlng therewith his fam ily next spilug. Thomas Monday, of Savannah, spent a day or two last week visiting his cousin, Mayor Morgan. He is so years old and Is wonderfully well pre served for one so old. -Can't you atford to give your family an eight-day camp outing at the Oregon Chautauqua, when they assist you the other .'157 days to make what you have acquired Judge Schlothauer and wife and Seldom Carson and wife drove up In their autns, Sunday, and visited with Hurling! on Junction friends. They came back the same evening. Mrs. Alice Kun., accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Lillian llasuess, and her twochlldren, Alice and Win ifred, left- Thursday for an extended visit with relatives in Lander and other points In Wyoming. THATCH Kit & DAWSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Complete Line of Funeral Supplies. Stuppy's Cut Flowers. Calls Promptly Attended to at All 'rimes. Itoth Phones. OKF.CON, MO. NEXT WEEK we will be on the Chautauqua grounds, feeding the people. Will run a first-class lunch house, also refreshment stand. Everything served in a screened house, rain proof and in first class shape. Everybody come and enjoy a week's outing. HARVEY EVANS. A GUARANTEED CUSTOMER. - K. V, Oray, of the Itosendale Signal, was here Friday to look after the ball team from the way they played ball it was evident they did not need his services to the extent of overtaxing his physical or mental ca pacity Mrs. lift t ! Hunker, Mrs. Susan Itussell and Miss Charlene, have re turned from a visit with Mrs. Lura (i roves, a grand-daughter of Mrs. Itussell, near Graham, her son, Til iiishop and family, at Conception, tills state, and llev. W. II. Christy and family, a son-in-law of Mrs. Hunk ers, In Maryvlllc, Mo. Charles I). Xook, w ife and daugh ter, Miss Mary, also Dr. Charles F. Hager and wife, of Johnstown, Pa., who are the guests of Zooks, returned Monday evening of this week from llayward, Wise, where they had been for an outing and tlshlng trip of several weeks. Dr. Hager makes the following statement in regard to Mr. .ook's piscatorial abilities: Charles D, .ook Is the champion all-round llsherman at tills chain oflakes. He caught more lish of all kinds that grow In those waters than any of the guides or amateurs. CLEW SALE of Hardware, to make room f) XU1 OUUVCO VVSUAlUg All UUW. I Refrigerator, t2s.5ti. price now i2.l.5o I llefrlgerator, 2.1.50. price now ls.5ii I I'efrlgerator, 21.5(1, price now IH..MI I llefrlgerator, 1S.75, price now 1X75 I Hammock. W.5n. price now 5.5o 1 Hammock, 5.50, price now -1.50 I Hammock, 4.50, price now ;i.50 M) 1 Hammock, I. oo, price now ,'i.on Jl 1 Lawn Mower, tl'.50, price now 7.5o KM 1 Lawn Mower, s.im, price now ii.'ki M) I Lawn Mower, 7.ini. price now 5,50 Jl I Lawn Mower. 5,(ki, price now ;i,75 KM 2 oil Cooking Stoves, thl.oo. price now I !.. m) I ( III Cooking Stove, S.iki, price now T.oo Jl deduction on Cream Separators. KM VTt Separator, now iil't tf) 05 Sepaiator. now 55 Jl 55 Separator, now 15 KM All s.esof Ice-Cream Freezers from 50c to 1,50 from regular jl price. If you can use any of the aboe goods, now Is the time to (J iiuv, for we must move stock to make room for our fall stock of m Stoves coming In. Hcie aic some real llargalns. All goods are J J marked hi plain llgures. If you need a (iasollne Knglno and (6 Power Washing Machine, call In. We have the liest on the mar- m ket In both. WJ Dr. .1. L. Ilogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. lloth Phone. Mrs, (loo. Gelvln and Miss Halllo were St. Joseph visitors, Friday of last week. Audra Wlntermote, of O'Neill, Neb., is here visiting his aunt, Mrs. K. M. Ilrooks. -J. M. Campbell and wife spent Sunday with her niece, Mrs. It. II. Seeks, of Fairfax. - James Tliuma anil wife, of St. Joseph, were here over Sunday, tho guests of relatives, Do not forget that our fair at Maltland will be held this year, Alt gust 21 to 25 Inclusive. - Louis Plnkstou and Fred Cook were St. Joseph visitors last Saturday, going down In Louis' car. HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, MISSOURI, f) The Kansas City Weekly Star The most comprehensive farm paper All the news intelligently told-Farm ques tions answered by a practical farmer and experimenterExactly what you want in market reports. One Year 25 cents. A ld rcss TIIK WKKKLV STAR, Kansas City, Mo. FARM AND (iltAXINIi LANDS. IN THE HEART OF WISCONSIN.'! RICH STOCK & DAIRY RE GION. $6.50 TO $20 PER ACRE. AND TEN YEARS TO PAY. Thousands of acres of choice lands In the Hound Lake Country of Northern Wisconsin and owned by the Ameri can Immigration Co.,Chlppew a Falls, Wisconsin, ate Tor sale in small or large tracts. These lands are in the hardwood belt and have the most reliable of all soils and are located In an area of abun dant rainfall and pure water. Free Hooks, maps and further partic ulars may be secured from the local representative of the American J in migration Co. W. A. HUNTSMAN. Sales Solicitor, OREQON, : : MISSOURI. Ilev, T, D. Roberts appeared be fore Recorder Hlhbard one day last week and secured tho necessary docu ment authorizing the marriage or his son, Harlan M,, of Lahalna, Hawaii, to Miss Carrie Vance Darby, of Kldo rado Springs, Mo. The Sentinel, in advance, congratulates this dear boy and his bride. We hope for further particulars. H.t 2)4 . 2ZXlJ" Pmm,- tin We Sell the Butterick Publications THE DELINERATOR BUTTERICK FASHIONS and EMBROIDERY DESIGN BOOKS ALSO Butterick Patterns, 10c and 15c. FITTS- JERTGIEC DENTIST, Oregon, Mo, Ofllce in the Min It'lil. 1 1 mi r if . in. to 12 m. 1:30 p. tn, iitb p. in. Phones, Old HI. Mutual 4.1. Norman F.iioct ami wife Mltd a few days this week with Falls City, Neb,, friends and relatives. I ( lit SALK :iiK) bushels good Seed Rye. Cil.. HmioKs. Mutual Phone, No. Xti. Many Chautauqua patrons are ar Miming to haw a family reunion at. the i regon l'liaiitainua. Why don't youV . Call on County Cleik .eller If you want a copy oft lie game laws. Hu has Just received a supply for free distribution. -HI Denny and John left Tuesday for Wisconsin, where Mr. Denny will look over the country with the view of buying a farm. James Morris, wife ami Raymond will leave about the l.'ith for an ex tensile tour of the west, Including Yellowstone Park. Dr. Whltsell, eye and ear special ist; se corner tlth and Kdinoiul. St. Joseph, lloth Phones, !UX John II. Keeves and Wlh Mooro were In Omaha last week, where they went to purchase, a Cadillac touring car for L. I. Moore. Roy Stone, of Syracuse, Neb., has been visiting relatives heie for a few days. Roy says he will attend the ( Iregoti Cliautaiiiiia. Ruley Kunkel want to sell you your lumber and building matcii.il of all kinds. . Jesse llohart, of Mound City, ami Uracc Drake, of Forest City, went granted marriage license, Saturday last, July '.".Hh, by Recorder lllbbard. -The gieat Oregon Chautauipia opens tomorrow, Saturday, with a nine days' program that excels any thing in the Chautauqua Held. Don't miss it. .Mrs. A.M. Wright, of Moran, Kansas, is here on a visit with her daughter, Miss Mitia, stenograper III the otllce of Pet ree Pros. She w ill re main over the Chautauiiia. For Salo One span young Draft Horses: In quire at Citizens Hank, Oregon, Mo. If Its a lluggy or Wagon you want we will make you the price, C.J. Fl'IIIIM.XN. - Some Pedigree Scotch Collie Pups for sale: call on ('has. Ilrowu, It. It. I, Foibes, Mo. Maryvlllc wants to own Its own waterworks. They talk of cither buying thu present plant or bond the. city In the sum of loo,ooo to put In a new system. Albert Seeiuan and Ctutls Whit uier are each putting up silos-. thu former one and the latter two. These wlih Joe Murray's two, make live si los to bo put up near this city tills season, Ueorgo Itiuers, aged W years, an Inmate of the St. Joeph asylum, died at that Institution Wednesday of last week, July 2ilth. He was a brother-in-law of Pack llagby, of Mound City. The Sunday T. V. train failed to get in owing to a bridge burning out nearTarklo. The bridge gang work ed Saturday night and Sunday and the passenger Monday morning was able to come through. Coming Mir ror, July 2-), 11)11. C. A. Hlack tells us the Dredge Boat is making better headway now than ever. It Is now cutting through the Henry Nabor land and It Is thought the big ditcher will reach thu railroad track in less than thirty days. Corning Mirror. Little Max, tho three-year-old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan, la keeping lipids reputation some three months ago he fell out of his papa's automobile and broke his right wrist. Friday of last week, he fell oil tho piano stool and broke the same arm near the elbow. Dr. Kvans fixed hliu up, and the little fellow's smile still stays vvitli him, if his arm Is In a sling.