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Co. E?r ,a od r. lour j. ir- nrkck arT5 H" f Try Our 3mi 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 MAKE YOUR PLANS CHRISTMAS ALMOST HERE. Get ready while you have tiine-Don't wait until the last minute to make your selections. Gome in and see us right away-we know we have just what you want, and by calling at once you will have time to look over the many hand, some and useful articles we have in stock for Christmas and the Holiday Season Besides, we want you to remember that our stock of Furniture, Picture Frames, Carpets, Rugs. Etc., is always up-to date, and we can supply your needs at any and all times. It will pay you to call and see our stock and get prices. RAYHILL & MOORE, Furniture and Undertaking OREGON, MISSOURI. The Famous-5aj& Lamp The bt part of the day it the evening, when the whole family it gathered together around the lamp. The old daya of the imoky fireplace tad flicktriog ctndle ire gone forever. In their pUct he come the convenient oil ilove and the indiipcfltablc Revo Lamp, Thera at to-day, in the United Slate, alone, more than 3.000,000 of that Ray lamp, girina their clear, white light to more then 3,000.000 hornet. Othet lamp cott more, but you cannot art a better light than the low-priced Rayo givea. It hu become to popular we may almoit call it "tka official lamp of tha American family." The Rayo ii made ol aolid bratt, with handtome nickel finish an ornament aay whara. Ail row ocaW lor. Rayo lamp i m wriit lor dncripiiv circuUr to aay aanur ! lha Standard Oil Company I Incorporated I Home Grown Trees ARB BEST FOR OUR LOCALITY fli't IIiimii fri'xli from tl NUHHr.iiY-elinli-i', rlriiii, livultliy, whole rimtcil stm-k, (mi ln'iiir drown ) Aiilr mid ly-m'li trw lit 15 unit "0i lli-st nf fvny t lilri In tin- Nuroery lino lit price ilmt ii ru ilulit. liny illrcct.snvi' hlirii commission, ami lift lii'tirr stw'k from your home Nursery. sin 1-f net Ion mmriiiih't'it, rUute Km cimolnuNl" ei'rtltli'ntiiiif In-prcilmi irlven with ovury hill we coll, Wo expeet In InkiHMirfiif ihiMviuilM (if all inir putriuiH In Holt, Andrew, Ati'hUnii anil N.nliiwuy rnuiillfs. All ulix'k fiilllni; In urow will I hi replueeil lit half price, fond fur UT. I'rlco 1.1st. yiiiuih rim in kid hock MUMRAY NURSERIES, OREGON, MISSOURI. Qeo. R. Murray. Proprietor. Mutual Phones, us and igo. The Kansas City Weekly Star The moat comprehensive firm paper All the news intelligently told Farm ques tions answered by a practical farmer and experimenter Exactly what you want in market reports. One Year 25 cents. Address THE WEEKLY STAR, Kansas City, Me. A big reduction in price of Wall Paper at Phillips' Drug Store. 12-1 Mrs. Fred Hllsettbeck, of St, .Jo seph, was licre Monday of this week. Will Smith and wife spent a few days last Meek, visiting his brother Nathan. -Watch for our big Ninas assort nient. of useful articles. Ilragg-Munn llatdware Co. Mrs, George Allen and daughter, Miss Klhel, were shopping In St. Jo seph Saturday last. Mrs. Henry Cook and Mrs. Agnes Davidson were St. Joseph lsltors on Friday of last week. Kunkcl .V Klddoo, Photographers. will Ik In Oregon, Mo., Friday and Saturday of each week. -Charley Williams, of For fescue, was down Monday ot this week, look Ing after business Interests Foit Sai.k Second-hand buggy and single harness. About good as new. B. (). 1'nit.i.tfs. -.lames llostock and Clark filadden were among the St. .losepli visitors Sunday last, as was Charles Foster. llERT G. PIERCE, DENTIST, . at Kfllcr in tin- Moure fl'ldtr. Oregoo, iHO. i,"nr ux I'hones.Old 1)1. Mutual CI. -Miss Kmma llllsetibeck was called to low u Monday last 'by the serious Illness of her sMer. Mrs. l.UAv Merrill. Something new In a Sllvcrwaio Cleaning Can. Come In ami ask fora demonstraton. Ilragg-Mtinn Hard ware Co. The NlckeirstJioveSiindayschiiol will given Christmas entertainment Mouilav. Dee. '.Villi at the ehureh. Kvcr.vbody Invited. Corvvln Zcller and wife, have re turned from Marlon, Kan., wheie they vlslteil his paienis, Thej drove oveilaud In I heir buggy. Syrup of While Clue Compound for coughs and colds. Satisfaction guaranteed. K. O. Cilll.l.ll's. 12-1 Druggist. Charley I'llnn Is hack from the hospital, where he was operated upon for cancer. He It -doing as well as could be expected, but is sulTcrlng gieatly. -Wes Markl and OrlllT lleadley had a ear of hogs on the St..loscpli market Thursday of last week. They sold at il.:n, within .i cents or the top price. - Dr. II. C. Nlelsou. iiccullst. I'rac lice limited to diseases of the P.yc. Special al lent Ion and ileal incut giv en to cases of Granulated I. Ids. Con sultation, olllceor mall, fire. Adihess II. C. NIKI.SON, M. D.. 1002 Francis St.. St. .Iii-i'ili, Mo. Charley, son of Kd llrodhcck, who broke his leg early this rail, while at plav on the school grounds. Is now able to get around without the aid or crutches. Itecorded at II o'clock and II minutes on t Ik; 1 It Ii day or the llth month of tint II year, was thu way Ihe Nodawaycounty iccordcr endorsed a deed thai had been tiled for recotil. Hull Kncalc and Charley llrooks sold in.usn bushels of wheat to Geo. I'ennyv of Forest. City, last week, al Ini cents. 'I hiiisilay Nicy delivered 17 wagon loads, and on Fiiday live loads, Do not fail to hear the Victoria Lynn Concert Co., Dec. 11. Tills is the third number of the lecture course. I his promises to tie our nest attraction and comes well recom mended. - The Statu Hoard "of Healtliie- ports IK deaths in Holt county for the month of September two were caused by typhoid fever and three from tulMirciiloslsol' the lungs. There were .17 births ruported. Thus there were two births to each death. TIIATCIIKK & DAWSON Funeral Directors and Embaltners. Complete Line of Funeral Supplier. Stuppy's Cut Flowers. Calls Promptly Attended to at All Times. Both Phones. OREGON, MO. Purlora, Firat Floor m Gem Theatre Bldg. ! C. G. Watson, of Kansas City, was here for a few days last week, tha guest of his brothers and other rela tives. Charley, as usual, tried to kill a few- rabbits, but he got so closo to them every time beforo he would shoot that be swelled the barrel of his gun, which made it scatter so that the farmers prohibited him shooting on their promises. I am unloading another car of Humboldt Flour this week--"Valley Lily" and "Crowning Glory." There is no better flour made than these two brands. If you are not satisfied with your flour, try one of these and be satisfied. HARVEY EVANS. Packard Automobile Oil at Wil son liros. Dr. .1. Ij. Ilogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Hot Ii Phone. F. S. linstock has put tlowtt a concrete walk along his residence property. -A car of I'.Mnch Sewer Pipe and Well Tile Just received at Hragg M tin ti llardward Co. Chris and Wes Meter sold 120 bushels of wheat to (ieorge Penny last week at ini cents. Dr. A. Dlsque and wife, of St. .lo sepli, visited In Oregon over Sunday, the guests of relatives. We acknowledge a very pleasant call from P.dltor Mills, or the Mound City News, Friday last. We are glad to see Tom Fre out tnd around again, after a severe spell with his liver congestion. -Dr. Whltsell, eye and ear special 1st: sc corner nth and Kdmnnd. St. Joseph. Hot Ii Phones, -Thomas Hill and wire, of Forest, City, were up Thursday visiting their daughter, Mrs, .1. 11. Keeves. JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER CAR OF APEX WIRE FENCING Why Not the NEXT Timer You arc going to buy the best fence sometime, so wh not begin the very next time you need fencing? Thefencethatcarricsthcguarantecofperfcctsatisfactioni! I ; rt.?;--rrf.:iri The Faac with Tb Swinftaf Joint S A$utiiit T RoRinf GrouxJ We can show you in two minutes that Apex fence is jus' what is claimed for it. Self adjusting to rolling ground ant! yet having the strongest stay wires of any woven fence .: the market. Apex is guaranteed to meet every claim made for it, am you can get your money back if it doesn't demonstrate itt tuperionty. Order Apex next time from TT OO TrTT HARDWARE, 1. i IVll, OREGON, MO. Ttih U (hr lutrnt t Slu'ri Join All kinds HEATING & COOKING STOVES Do Ion Enow the reason why so many I shoes are sold, is because so many fail to have their , shoes repaired. I have op ened a shop in the build ' Ing, second door south of Postoffice, where I will be . prepared to 1 Repair Your Shoes in the best workmanlike i manner at a reasonable price. J. W.TRQDGLEN ll ni nit i blacKsmitning Having ri! ii to (I t h c Robert llowiill nliop, I am now ivmly to Horvo tint public in my lino an an oxm'it!iin!l Smith. Work will ivctiivc prompt atttMitiou and will bo (lonn in it woi'kmiinlili mainim'. CHAS. SCHOOLER i OREGON, MO. HOG CHOLERA 0S0BE0 I have a remedy for the hog cholera that cures 75 per cent, where the govern ment serum falls. It Is also a reliable preventative. Write or phone me. Both phones. DR. T. A. LONG, Oregon, . . . Missouri. TIIK 0UK(i0N INTKKIIKIIAN TIMK TAItliK. Klfeetlvu Sunday, January I, mil Oregon. Forest City 27 Lv. 7i;i.'i a. m. Ar. 8:00 a.m. A4fl " Ui:) a. m. " :.V a. in M " 12:10 p. tn. " I2:.r. p. m 21 2:00 p. in. " 2:25 p. m, " 4:2." p. m. " 4:55 p.m. Return V. City. O. (J.TIme Lv. 8:20 a. m. "A 10:10 a. m." 11 1:00 p.m. " 2:40 p. m. d:ui p. m. Oregon. Ar. 8:45 a. m. " 10:35 a. m. " 1:25 p.m. 3:05 p. m. " 5:25 p. m. NoteADally Except Sunday. A special train for stock and car load shipments will leave Oregon at 12:10 p, m., whenover desired b) shippers. Notice: All local freight will leave Oregon on the 0:20 a. m. train. J. C. Willi All k, IDEISTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Miinv cat loads nf apples are lieln shipped out of IIIkcIovv. 'I'lial sivtlun had one of the largest crops (or many years. Albert .lonesvveiit down to South em Mlssouil teceutly and returned last week vvlthadreii to Mime laud near Salem. 'rank -ludv and wife, and S. K. .ludy and were here last, week, visit hi) I'ather .ludy at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kd Dunham. I'Olt SAI.K A few Kood. lonj; I'olanil-Chlua Tigs. OitittCK Kiiki:k. Morris fc Italser have contracted with the Squaw (.'reek drainage (.'out nils-loners for several hundred feel of levee wink, north of I Harlow. Mlss,iis lllhchards laugh! I.atln and malheiiiatlcs clasw(s Krlday last, for Miss llanllnger, during her neces sitated ahseiice In Kansas City. We have a line iosortment of Community Silverware for the llolll day Trade that has a I'lfty-jear (iiiar antee. llraggMiiuu Hardware Co. Fred Hellonl and lloh Craves, of Maltland, weie on the stieets of Ore gon, S.ituulay last, tr.vlug to pick up a few good lnn-r from our farmers. We hclleve our corn crop of lull will prove Inferior to that of any crop ever lalsed hi the county. Its wormy condition grades It down to No. I. NOTICE ! Positively no hunting or trespass lug allowed on niv premises. 120 Miih. ( H'llDI.IA Itn.r.v. Marcus Alhcrtsnn, of I'orest City, Is alarmingly III. His daughter and husband, I'rcd llorchers, of ICansas City, aieal lniMde, with the other meiiiliei's of the family. - Shan llardman has relumed to Old Holt. He was nut at Stanford, Montana, and lie comes hack fully convinced that theie Is no place llko Holt count.v and the I'latie Purchase. The Keeves large and idiiny lum ber house Is bring transformed Into a garage, and when compleled the Keeves' will have one of Ihe largest, garages In this part of the stute. Andy Tochteimau Is making llio change. Mis. Minnie Moore will supply .von with high-grade post card, suit able fur all occasions. Kvcrjulay Ho rn I and uiiillocardsjblithilay, Thanks giving and Christinas cards. Also folders, booklets, calenilaiH, etc. Tbo tlrst door north of the Sentinel oillce, ('litis Imhodcn and wife aie hack from Stanford, Mont., and we aru glad of It. Here to stay, so Chris sajs. He has sold out all of hN In terests there, and will, hi probaoillly, make this their future limue. Ho nays It has only been 2H below zero so far, this fall. All right, you and yours are alvva.vs welcome to Old Holt. Illlnd Hoone, the only, will bo here December .'to, and will entertain our people at Ihe Christian church, with ouo of his concerts. Our peoplo need no Introduction; they know- him and the character and quality of Ida entertainments. He will be assisted by Miss Jessie ltroslus, mezzo so prano, and .Miss Kmma Smith, so prano. The Maltland Fair Association makes Its annual llscal statement In the Herald of that place In Its issuo of last week. It is a creditable show ing every way and the management Is to lie congratulated on being able to show a healthy balance on hand with which to begin business In 1012. Tha gate receipts oh Thursday of th' year's fair were 11202.