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refers onoexo at. iovta i Work Shoe Try Our Goodfeeler A genuine Gooodyear Welt, soft crome calf stock; light weight, the best Oak Soles; very flexible and as comfortable as your best dress shoes. Plain or Gap Toe, Tan and Black. Price, $3.50 FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO.. OREGON, - MISSOURI. Let King at Koock's be your laundryinan. .lolm Markt, of Mound City, was here Saturday, visiting Ills brothers, Jacob and Fred. Dr. Whltsell, eye and car special ist: se comer (Uli and Edinond. St. Joseph. Itotli Phones. !'4.I. -Sherman Hlbbard was (lie guest of 111" brother. I)r. Sam milliard ami wife, nf Sabctha, Kansas, a few days last week. -Will Dorr had a ear of hog out 'rlday of last week. In the hunch was a tuo pounder which lie bought from Charley Markt. When In towneall at LlnCarroll's and Met a good, cold drink at the fountain, as he has the only Soda Fountain In the town. We are triad to learn of the con- alesclng of ll .lo-cphlnc Lawrence of t'nloti township, from a long struggle with typhoid feier. IT WILL PAY U to see us for Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Paints and Oils, or anything carried in the Furniture .w. We have the fjroodn, and will makti prices that will In an inducement. We carry tlit! 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 Hit) acre farm Just 4 miles east of Oregtui. Dwelling of ti rooms, built Won; j barns lexMi and HOxHI, hog house lnxMi, also chicken and smoke houses. A never falling' well with windmill, pipes from same across the road to cast eighty, with hydrant in barn. Annie. peach, pear and cherry trees, Farm well fenced with woven and harbeil wire. -some hedge. Three dllferent denominations have preaching In one mile of the farm, one mile to school, in fact a line home in a good neighborhood. Owner will leave two-thlids of selling price on the farm at u per cent annual Interest. .Now get busy and see me lor price on tins line dome. 'i CoiikUiu nf 1III acri-s. about iiiie.hulf mile southwest from eltv llm its of Orciion: has a snlendld new dwelling of live rooms, good barn and other outbuildings, also a brand new cement cave, i! cisterns and water In branch usually. Plenty of fruit. Located on one of the best roads leading into the city. Price, M,(mm. No. ;i. Consists of a farm of Kill acres adjoining Napier on Hie east, being about. .10 acres hill laud anil balance bottom ami very line land, lias dwclllnc of four rooms, cattle shed, cistern and soring water: about two acres of orchard, 4ii acres fenced hog tight -balance fenced with barb wire. Will sell for cash or trade lor general stock of merchan dise, such as dry goods, boots, shoes and groceries. See me at once for terms. No. 4. Consists of HO acres of land, situated 41 miles northeast from Forest (."It v and HI miles southeast of Mound City, In a line neighborhood has'dwellliiL' of 7 rooms, bam Unxlu. smoke and chicken houses. splendid well of water, i! cisterns and living water, apples, about Kim peach trees, pear trees, cherry, plum and small fruit and fenced into live ileitis, mostly nog tignt; r acres oi tinnier, oniy ) acres in corn, 4 acres alfalfa, and the balance In timothy and clover. 1 will make you a price on this farm that will sell It. No. fl. Consists of a dwelling of six rooms, besides halls and closets. Two good lots, the north lot being suitable for a building site, cave ami nlentv of water. Price, t:i,Nni. Located within one block of the court house square, Oreuon. No. (I. Consists of a farm of loo acres: eo id fences and plenty of water Good house and barn and other outbuildings; located about four miles northwest or 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. Nn. 7. Consists of a '200 acre bottom farm without Improvements, and lie lug a part of the Michael May tract, of laud. This farm belongs to one of the heirs out west, and has been placed in my hands to sell on very reasonable terms. on wouiu uo wen to iook tins up. No. 6. Is a farm of 100 acres. Has dwelling of six rooms and dwelling of three rooms; two barns, granaries and hog shells; 80 acres fenced I.ol' tleht. Into three Ileitis: runninir water, cistern. 1 well: about 4.1 acres of branch bottom, does not overflow 20 acres In grass and 25 In timber, which Is also In nine grass, one anil one-nan miles lo Hlchvllle-ln fact a good farm and W.oo per acre will buy It. No. l. Is a little farm of .11 acres, located one-half mile northeast of For est City school building; has dwelling of four rooms, bam 10x24 built, lull); smoke house and chicken houses, a good well of water and two cisterns. Price, $100 per acre. Kn ii HwellliiL' of three iroud sized rooms, small hall, cook room, good els tern, wood house, cave, plenty of fruit. Price, fsoo. Dwelling In good repair. Come In and list your property w ith me. A business contract saying what I 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 will place It for you on good security and at a fair rate of Interest. Yours for lluslness, o. OREGON, MISSOURI. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. titl'ce in tin- Mimfe ll'liU. Knurs I- 'i. tu. In I'.' in. 1:30 ti. in. o& t. I'.. 'hones, Old id. Mutual t.l. - I'M A. Welty has let timet! from his tilp to California and New Mexl- o. and lemcnibeied Tin: Si:.tisi:i, icporler with a few- genuine Mexican cigars, Mrs. .nii.s Itoore returned last week from Council lllults. la., where he was fallen hi the serious sickness of her mother, who Is In a hospital therein an extremely critical condi tion. Kan-as City has auaiialor named toiu, who undertook to sail from the twelth story of the new llalalto building without the aid of airship or parachute. Ill- remains were gath- red up In a scoo shovel. The bridge east of town was tin. Mint last week and Charlie (SatTncy was the llrst. one to cross. The Om- :il la Iron it Hildge Co. Is now pulling in the bridge southeast of town near Henry Nabur's. Corning Mirror. Andy llurrler has a tine lot of Native Lumlier. consisting of lluild- Ing. Dimension and Fencing. Get your bill ready and send It to him. Call on or address him at Oregon, Mo., Untile 1. Farmers Phone, 112. .1. It. Stewart, of Falls City, anil Miss Mary Twyman.of lllgelow. were married last week. Ills former wife was a sister of the bride of today and daughter of Mr. Twyman. now tic ceased, an early day physician of lllgelow. Dr. II. I'. Nielsen. OcciiIM. Prac tice limited to diseases o the F.yt Special attention and treatment gli- n to cases of Granulated LliK Con suit at Ion, titllceor mall, free. Addiess II. P. NIIJLSON. M. D.. loo2 Francis St., St. .liM'ph, Mo Dr. Thatcher ami Hoy Kunkcl were in St. Joseph Satuiday last, rep resenting the Oregon lodge, I'ralei- nal Aid. as deligates tu the ilMiii't meeting of the order, which selected its delegates to the national meeting of the order which meets at Law reuce, Kan., in October. THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED FROM All Business Transactions On Sunday. HARVEY EVANS. A GUARANTEED CUSTOMER. .Tames Ilostock was a St. Joseph visitor Sunday. Dr. .!. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forlies, Mo. Itotli Phone. Johnnie L. Meek, of 101 mo, was nn over Sunday guest of Oregon friends. Mrs. .t u 11a. Drury, of St.. Joseph, was a guest at theC. D. Zook home Friday of last week. I'or Sale Good Platform Spring Wagon -good as new. Inquire of C. W. Luketis, Oregon, Mo. You can buy any tl.oo Whip In my stock for 7,1 cents. C. .1. Ft" 1 1 it MAN. Dr. Martha M. loss has returned from her summer's outing In Cincin nati. Ohio, where she vMied with relatives and friends. J. C. WHIT AO, iDEZLSTTIST. WSSm Art Garland Hard Coal Hard Coal Stoies. S'JN.OO toSllO.OO. nave the Garland. Gold Coin. lYnlnsii. lar and Hound ml-. Some good bargains or you in (lie Hard ( oal Stole line. Bridge ft Iteach and Monarch KanKCft. Wood and Coal Heating S I uv e s, S.'LfiO to SUH.50, and we can show you the bet makes In these lines. For Good Hardware, the Best U Can Buy Go to T. L. PRICE West Side Square, OREGON. : MO. THATCH KK & DAWSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Complete Line of I'unernl Supplies. Stuppy'H Cut Flowers. Calls Promptly Attended to nt All limi-H. llolh 1'hones. OREGON, MO. Adolph Gell and Carl (ireen haie gone to t oiumiua, wiicretiiey win enter thu Cnlvorslty. I here Is a general exodus of young people Just at present anil we hope to have a complete list of those attending col lege hi an early Issue. - The Missouri State Poultry Shows will be belli at the following times and places: Slkeston, Mo., November L'l-'.'t: Fulton, Mo., December .-v. Hutler, Mo., January !."; and St. Jo seph, Mo., January 'J.I-'JU. Illg poultry Instltutes will be held at each one or these places In connection with the state show. Some of the best Judges In the I'n ted States have been em ployed. -Arthur Hulser had an experience Thursday of last week, September 7, that lie will not soon forget, and which might have cost him his life. Ho was coming to town with a load of sweet corn for our cannery, and when going down the hill near the Peter J. Slpes place, his wagon upset, throw ing him ott the load; he was struck on the right cheek by the wagon rod, which penetrated through the llesh, Inllletlng a very ugly and painful wound; lie was also badly bruised about the arm, shoulder and breast. Dr. Wood gave him the necessary at tent Ion. and lie Is now out and around. MISSOURI RURALIST. A h'K weekly nwriiMilturnl inl 1 1 v stork paptir pub lislit.'tl at Kansas City, Mo. A Missouri paper for Missouri I'aniiorH and breeders endorsed by tin lca4hiK aj,'i ii'iiltiirists and stook men of tlie state. A paper tliat should be in every farm home. It is published by Arthur Cappeis owner and publish er of the irreatest farm papers in the west. T. W. Morse, one of the ablest writers on iiKritMiltural and live stoek mat ters in the country, is in charKcof the Kditnrial Department and has for his assistants the following well known Depart meiit Kditors and Spuria! Contributors: 1IOMK Mrs. A. Z. Moore DAIKY Albert . S. I'.nnis POWLTUY Mrs. .las. A. Staples MAitK K'l'S C A. Metsker VHTKK1NARY Dr. Walter Warren Partial list of Contributor: Curtis Hill W. L. Nelson K L. Hughes. Frank K. I lead ley II. M. Hall It W. Ilrown F. M. Itelbel B. J. Wateistrlpe C. C. Hell S. S. Spangler M. II. Ilerry .1. I!. Moouey I'rof.F.II.Mumfortl Pror. M. F. Miller Prof. ('. II. Kckles Prof. Trowlirltlge I'mf. D. II. Doaue Dr. D. F. Lucke.v Mrs. Artie McDonald C. II. Hutchison T. K. (julseiiberry Mrs. llutler Divine J. II. Chetiovilh, Jr. C. 1. Mullluax The sulisiu-iption price of Tho Missouri Rural ist is I per year, but you can Ret it by clubbing' with Two Skntinki for JB1.S0 ner year for both publications. And in addition to the two papers, wo will send you an up-to-dato Man of the World and the State ol Missouri oy counties. Send your subscription to thte ofllce at once. The Gem Theatre opened Friday night of last week, with the attrac tion, "Kll and Jane." A fair sled audience was nut, considering the threatening weather. "Kll and Jane" was well handled by the company, "Uncle Kll" easily carrying oil the honors. The entire resources of the Slate of Missouri can be seen at. the Inter state Live Stock and Ilorso Show to lie held In St. Joseph September -'" to :io. The eKDHriment. station of the State University at Columbia will have a live stock agricultural and in dustrlal exposition there displaying the features of the entire state's mar velous resources ant! development. Missouri's new capital building nrooaij v will be mil out. oi mo sav Iml's from the stockings of the Mis snurl farmer and business man. At a meetlmr of the state boartl or runtl commissioners last week, the state treasurer was asked to investigate tho feasibility of selling by popular suoseripiion me .i-miiiiou-uuur is sue of bonds the state voted recently to erect, a new homo for its seat of government. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. The Forest City News tell us Shumate and llutler made a shipment of a carload of chickens. ,Vn cois, to New York last week. Miss Nell I'rye will have chargu of the sth grade of the McKlnley school In St..ltcph, and began her work Mondai of this week. Leonard llotklu. Murl Hurst, Mercer lllnde, and Sam Morgan went to Kansas city Monday, where they will resume their studies In the Kan sas City Veterinary College. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. .1. Smallwood en tertained Wednesday at dinner. Mr. Green King and wife, ofSkidmore; Mrs. Oren, of New Point. Mr. and Mrs. II, W. Smallwood and Mrs. Fan nie Louise Iteed. Miss Minnie Hell, of lloouevlllo, was the guest of her cousin. C. D. Zonk anil family, one day last week. She was on her way home from Tar- klo, where she participated In thu Luckhardt-McPherson wedding. Dm Morris, wife and Caymond haie returned from 'heir western trip, whete they lisped hi- brother, Hubert, at Chinook. Mont. .and wife's relatives at llulTalo, Mniit. They en- Joyed the tllpgleatli espiclalli Pay- tuniid. Mis. II. I'. Morgan left Monday of this week lor lloehester, Minn., w hern he will visit with her husband, II. F. Moigan, who nvciitly underwent an operation theie. He has a letter In this Issue to his many friend stating how he is feeling and getting along. licv. Vail. i DavU the n,u min ister assigned to the Forest City baiL'e of the M. I., church. South. by the late conference held al Co lumbia, liev. (iiahain is assigned In Wright City: llev. C II. Werner to llambuig, and S. 1). Homer to Ita- veuwiiod and (iullfoiil. Ashy Greene has purchased thu French ihy cleaning and piesiug out- lit from "The Spotless," conducted through the summer by Morgan Si Cell. He will run a "spot les" clean ing and piesslng shop, and will turn out llisl-class work, I.eaie your or ders at the People's Cafe. Notice an nouncement elsewhere ill this 1-mil The sad news reaches us of the death of Mrs. pen Austin, formerly of Forest City, which occulted at her home Intiranlle, i he., Mindai night, September . 'I, lull. She wa pitur to her niarilage, Maud Wray. of Forest, City. She leaves a husband and sev eral interesting children, to whom I'lIK Sl'.NTINCI. cUelfds Its keen m pat by. The pat ions of tlie Dale Center, New Liberty, Minnesota Valley and and Itoss Crove sehool dlstilcts aio advocating consolidation of the dis tricts, and establishing a High school. The High school will be added to thu dist rids and not ailed the district, -chonlf, In any way. These four dis tricts show an euiimeiatlon of II- aud a valuation of 'fl'il.U'U. It is cer tainly a good move. Charley Parsons has been busy of late putting up silos, Delias just, Mulshed one for Joe Murray on thu Highland farm Itx.'i:'. with LM tons capacity; one for A. II. Ilalley llx.'t:', lL'0 Ions capacity: one for A. A Kin- yey In the oltl Murray section in For bes : tow uslilp, I'.'xlN, w 1th S." tons ca pacity; one for Wesley Zachman, Hx- L'S, 128 tons capacity. Most all of these have been tilled, or are being tilled with silage. Samuel llulatt. wife and family have liccn entertaining a son-in-law, Thomas Thompson, whom they hat! never seen until he arrived last week from Thatcher, Colo., where he has a large ranch and is engaged in rais ing horses for the big markets. Ho was enrnutu home from St. Louis, where he had been with live carloads of horses, He is the husband of their daughter lleatrlce. Their daughter, lloslu, accompanied Mr. Thompson home ami will make an extended vis It with her sister.