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We are headquarters for Lunch at all hours. ICE CREAM By the quart or dish. SOFT DRINKS All kinds of Soft Drinks at our Soda Fountain. SEE US for Fruits and Confectionery. Give us a call. ALKIRE & BURGER, WEST SIDE CAFE OREGON, MO. TIIK PLAYER THAT "IS Ml HUT HUMAN." 1 for The Best Groceries in town, Fresh and Salted Meats. We keep on hand all the time The Best Canned Goods. It will pay you to bring your Produce to us. Highest Cash Market Price. OUR FLOUR IS THE BEST MANUFACTURED. Come and see us for the best the market affords. MOORE & KREEK GROCERS BOTH 'PHONES. OREGON, MO. J nruniiHH la OB STYLES were never so stun ning or so easy to make as right now! i FOR this smart Butterick design we have the very materials you'll want. For example, you can use a Hroche silk or Crepe de Chine for the Blouse and a plain silk or Charmeuse for the Skirt, or you could select from a complete assortment of other suitable fabrics. Our Butterick Pattern depart ment is, as usual, showing all the smartest, newest designs, 'I his is only one. Call and get the May Butterick Fashion Sheet Free. FITTS-BUNKER MERCANTILE CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. Statements Regarding This Wonder ful Instrument Are Not Exaggerated. Western Information Bu reau. The Oregon Journal lias started a bureau of Western Information. Bend titty cents and receive the semi weekly Journal for six months, under our special low-priced introductory offer, and we. will, without extra charge, send you 144-page Illustrated, descriptive booklet with exhaustive Information about the resources and opportunities to be found In Oregon. Address, OREGON JOURNAL, Port land, Oregon. George Donovan, Un.. la hare, the truest of tola suUrs, Him nly ana lara. w. n, of Rock Fort, tarn bum Hedftln Notice! Owing to tho numerous inquiries for Pictures, we have decided to open our Studio at the old stand, on east side of square, on Saturday of each week, beginning next Saturday, May, 17th, 11)1.1. Respectfully, KUNKKL4 KiniXX). Harry Jones, who has been works tng In Kansas City, for nearly a year, Is at home, and will probably remain here this summer. .Mtei Grace Graham, of Fillmore! was the guest of her young friend, MlseClaraPullen, for a day or two, tb Utter ntrt of latt week. Anyone who has heard the Hatch In Company's Manualo played cannot but admit, that It Is a revelation In playerplano art. Kvery note, every tone, whether It be played soft or loud, Is brought out with an Individ ual clearness that Is nothing short of marvelous. The line results have only been obtained after many years of concentrated, persistent efforts. Condensing an interview with K. 11. Miner, the Manualo demonstrator for the Baldwin Company, we have the following facts and assertions: Dealing tlrst with the purely me chanical parts of the Instrument, there are, besides many improvements several distinctive features which ap pear only in the Manualo. For In stance, the graduated scale, making a balanced and even touch possible. The graduated scale of pneumatic strikers simply means that they are graded in size to correspond with the trlngs on the piano, thusglvlng every note Its proper stroke and volume, similar to the touch of a llnlshed musician. The Manualo bullous sys tem is arranged in such a way as to se cure tho easlcstof pedaling, the quick est of response anil the greatest econ omy of air-power. The Manualo only performs for you the linger work of the composition. Tho tei'hnlquc-tho Individuality, is left entirely to you. Most people arc possessed of a sense of rythm most people like to listen to good music, well played. Many people have the temperament, tho poetry of great music masters, but. not tho mechani cal training, the elementary princi pals, which decide where the lingers shall go because a certain note Is plac ed on a particular part of the staff. The Manualo does that for you It plays the mere notes and you can give your entire attention to putting your own personality, your own feel ings, Into the music. If the piece be a march, you begin to feel yourself marching, keeping time with the music, and as you keep Ime you transfer the rythm to the pedals, thus accenting correctly the proper note, Just as Is necessary in hand-playing. Then you begin to llnd yourself watching the dynamic effects and you say that this note should be a little louder, that one a little softer, and so on. And what is that which you are de veloping so slcanllyV I lis technique, llnlsli, and It requires effort. The Manualo alone will notfurnlslijlt. Hut you have avoided the mechanical, you are enjoying music as you yourself would play It by hand. Wonderful effects are made posslhlu by the Man ualo perfect control, which corres ponds exactly to tho pedalsona piano, and tho accented movement of the Manualo pedals, which makes It po- Bible to accent any note you choose, besides keeping Inst inct ivo t Ime to the music. The llaldwln Company has an In strument which Is well worthy of thu conlldence and prldu its makers have In It. For sale by C. E. BUNKER, (Oregon, Mo. Local Highs Lose. aH Our local High School baseball team ended their season here last Fri day by accepting a coat of "kalso mine." The weather was not ideal for the L'aini!. as most of the mini! was j played In a drl..Hng rain, making a muddy Held and classy work being denied on these two re.tsons. Accepting these conditions, though both teams started out on what looked to he one of those extra Inning affairs, the tlrst two Innings were of the one, two, three out stunts. How ever, In the third, things started moving for the "Central Lads." When after one down Wakcman does a "Ping liodle" stunt by slamming the ball to tho right Held fence, gets second on Ituddy's out to Morris in deep center and scores on McNulty's wild heave over third. Light, Cen tral's auburn-haired boy at the short station gets life on Sherman's muff of his easy pop-up. Takes second on Markt's passed ball and also scores on Spratt's single to right. Warrick ends the awful session by Hying out to llurgess. Central makes their third and last run In thu next inning on errors by Hlnde, the local short. While tlnre were a great many errors made on both sides, some put up a good game of Holding. Schmidt starred for Central, while llurgess and Markt for the locals carried off the honors. Thu tabulated score: Central. All It H PO A K Sll Sll aW lluddy, :ib.. 4 Light, .ss... 4 Spratt, 1... 4 Warrick, If. 4 Castcel, cf . 3 llryan, rf. .. 4 Addlcman, 'J b 4 Schmidt, c. I Wakcman, p 'i 1 0 11 0 1 o 1 111 0 Total :i : 27 m a :i O. II. S. AH R II PO A K SH Sll llurgess, -Jo. .1 0 0 4 4 0 'i 0 Townsend, :ib 2 0 0 2 110 0 McNulty, lb 3 0 0 1.1 0 10 1 Sherman, p :i 0 0 1 r2 0 0 Meyer, If . .1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Morris, cf, :t o 1 1 o 0 1 0 Klnzle, rf. 1 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hlnde, ss. :i 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 Markt, c. 2 o o n a o l o Murray, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 Holdbrook 1 0 0 o 0 0 0 o I Total ....2(1 0 1 27 It) tf I 1 Pleasant Words. .Ikwki.i. City, Kam., May 12, WW. Messrs. I )obyns & Curry, Oregon, Mo.: Dkak Sikh: Enclosed llnd dollars. Push expiration date of Skn tink.i. as far forward as you can, for It Is like "receiving a letter from home." Wo are are very happily sit uated here In Jewell. Have a strong, thriving church, and what Isconceded to be the best Sunday school In Jewel I county an enrollment of over ii-'l. Mrs. Ilower and myself are both rea sonably well and tho three children (1 girl and 2 boys), which have come to bless our home since we left Oregon, are as tine a trio as you ever llnd all hearty and streng, and good-looking like their . We often talk about the dear old town of Oregon and our many friends there. My father is making his home with us since mother died last July. He Is quite well for a man of his age. Yours, H. E. Howkh. Mloldbrool; batted for Townsend in ninth. Score by Innings: I 2 :t 4 a ti 7 H !i Central 0 0 2 1 (to o 0 o O. II. S o o o 0 o o o II o Summary: Two-base hits Morris. Struck out by Sherman l, Wakcman 11. First un balls -off Sherman 2, Wakcman :i. Double play Schmidt to Spratt. Passed hall- Markt. em pire Huberts. A HAIN Y-DA V CHAT. "Alr-ors." Well, yes, but did you ever see a rainstorm w ithout some air stlrrlngy Errors were frequently made during thu game on both sides, this being one of the game's features. Well, we believe Wakcman certain ly enjoyed his blissful sleep In the batters' box after fouling one of Sher man's offerings. Hia"irony" enabled Sherman to easily toss out Schmidt at tlrst retiring tho side. Our local fans found Coach Hrous, of the Central squad, a gentleman In every way. He Is also at tho head of a nice bunch of ball players. Thu High school cheering section was out in full force and did them selves proud, but the ball players failed to return the compliment by getting a few of thosu needed runs. '"Hones" Roberts as umpire gave satisfaction for both sides. Fred Markt, the locals' wco catcher, caught a tine game throughout. He has a cool head all tho time and his pegging to bases featured the game X. Dr. U. 0. Pierce, the dentist, will be In Corning, next Monday antl Tuesday, May Hi and 20. Hemember tho dates. Dr. W. C. Proud reports a tine girl baby born to James E. Ramsay and wife, of Woodvllle, Thursday, May B, 1013. Special & Cent Sale of Granite Ware, Saturday, May 24. Articles worth up to 25 cents, go at 6 conts. Vabikty Stork, Oregon, Mo. Dr. Grant Meyer, a former near Oregon boy, but who , has. .been suc cessfully practicing medicine at Lin colnvllle, Kaaas,;toj:. 12, years, has left there and gone to a larger field, Abilene, Kanaka. We predict and wlab htm aueceaa In tola new location. Special a Cent Sale of Granite Ware, Saturday, May 24. Articles worth up to 25 cents, go at 5 cents. Vakikty Stouk, Oregon, Mo Last Wednesday evening, the ItOth of April, about forty-tlve of the good friends and neighbors of Mr, E. A. Rosellus stole the march on him and helped to celebrate his fiftieth birth' day In the good old fashioned way It was a surprise, indeed. E. A, had gone to bed and was wrapped In pro found slumber. He did't realize what was happening until Gus Wohler and Gus Schroeder gave him such a hard thumping as to bring him to the sense of realization. A good time was had and refreshments were soon served. As the clock struck twelve the guests all departed with a good, hand ahake, wishing E. A., fifty more blrthdays.-Cornlng Mirror, May 8th, Tataj Sntin!cl sends Ifyi kindly greet ings to nr. Koeeuui , wiamng mm good health and prosperity all the tlaM lor another hair century. Having just received a carload oi Buggies and Spring Wagons, I want to ask you to come in and look them over. Get my prices, am sure I have proposition that will interest ycu. Have something to say to you on Would also like to trade for good second hand Carriage. Don't you need some repairs for your New Departure OultivatorP BE SURE AND SEE ME D. M MARTIN, OREGON, MISSOURI. For Your Home you want the beat, the latest, the most modern! Tfcuiualo "The Ptaytr that it all but human" will fulfill all your desires. It will fill your home with harmony. The ideal of player pianos has been realized in the Hlanualo. For durability, compactneu and ease of pedaling it has no equal. It is individual, unique, different and distinct from any player made. We ask you to inspect the TTIanualo feature for feature and you will sec what a great itep in ad vance it is. Note the compactness of the whole mech aniwn. Thii prevents the disareable muffling of tones which you have noted in oilier players, and enables all registers to sound clear and strong. Note, too, how all unnecessary connections and wirings are done away with. '1 here are no unlets intermediary parts. There are no complicated attach ments. There is little or no danger of trouble. The Hlanualo U found exclusively in the pianos made by The Baldwin Company: The Baldwin Manualo, The Ellington Manualo, The Hamilton Manualo, The Howard Manualo. Don't fail to inspect the Manualo before you buy. ATTRACTIVE PRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT. CAREY E. BUNKER, OREGON, MO. Pianos and Player-Pianos ot Highest Grade. afcliff! nllisWi Get your Kodak Supplies and Finishings at Kunkel & Klddoo's. I will have In time for planting: Cabbage, Sweet' Potato, Tomato and Celery plant for sale plenty of then. Call on or address, E. B. Williams, Oregon; Mo. Botnnhonee. O. W. Slmerly was transacting business in Southern Missouri, this week. Clint Leverlch is in Kansas City, undergoing treatment in one of the hospitals there. We hope for a needy recovery.