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Claude Sanners l on th'i sick list, this week. Dave Wallace was on Hit! sick list several days, last week, Mrs. T. 1. Pltr.inaurlcu was a St. .tou'pli visitor, Monday. It. K. Wallace, of Kansa, vMlcd relatives here, this veck. Miss Nora llakcr wai shopping in Oregon, one day, last week. We arc sorry to learn Henry Lunsfodd Is quite sick again. Loulo Tearu visited Ills brothers, Harry and T. B., ovnr Sunday. Miss Afary Flt.maurlct! was t lie guest of Miss Elizabeth Heeler, Sun day. Mrs. Harriet Kinder, of Falls City, Neb,, Is visiting relatives here at present. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maria visit ed at the John France, .lr., home, over Sunday. Mrs. W. L. Pearson, of Centralis, III., is the guest of relatives and friends here at present. Mrs. Hlanche Frazlor arid little daughter were guests at the Dave Wallace home several days, last neck. - Nate Mcdulre has purchased the W. II. Clare stock of restaurant goods, and Is being kept busy by his cus tomers. The many friends of Miss Anna Anderson arc pleased to know she Is able to come to the city again, for a short drive. Miss Maude Thurnlilll accompa nied her uncle, Mr. Wallace, to llurcli ard, Neb., Wednesday evening, re turning Thursday. Krncst Lunsford and family left Monday evening for their home In Maitland, after a visit at the home of his father, Uncle Henry Lunsford. -Married, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Hop per, Wednesday, May ", Itil.'l, at I p. m., Miss Kdna Hopper, to Mr. (.'lay ton II. Shacffcr, by Kldcr ltc.nor,only the immediate relatives being pres ent. The bride and groom left on the evening train for St. .loseph, re turning Saturday evening. They will go to housekeeping on the farm In a couple of weeks. We Join with their hosts of friends In wishing them a long life of prosperity and happiness. llirrn. May Flower. Miss Maud Mahon was sick the llrst of the week. Chas. Staddlcr is spraying his or chard, this week. Patrick llrolian hauled com from Forbes, Tuesday. Herman Schank spent Sunday with Floyd Hughes. Merl Norrls had business In this vicinity, last week. Miss Gertie Studler was a more caller, last Friday. Adella ami Iva Schank Fill- were Forbes callers, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes had business In Oregon, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Norrls called on David Allen and mother, Sunday. .Mm Ferbrache called on Chester and AdellaSchank,Sunday afternoon. John Schank and sons have moved their sawmill on Hugh llrohan's farm. (jultc a few from this neighbor hood attended the convention alltlcli vllle, Sunday. Mrs. Itoyllyder and Stella llrolian spent Thursday with Mrs. Geo. Norrls and daughters. Mrs. Utlio Dreher and sister, Miss Ina Mahan, were Oregon callers, Fri day of last week. Ramsay Brothers have the con tract to build Chas. Startler's new house and liavecoinmenced work. Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Grimes end baby spent Saturday night and Sun day with John Schank and family. Mrs. Itoy Hyder, Stella, Alice, Annie, Maggie, Johnnie and Charlie lirohan called on Mrs. John Schank and children, Sunday. "TT ,i N' 3OfW , The Oregon Colored base ball team crossed bats with the Falls City, Nebraska, team, Wednesday, May 7. and were defeated by a score of It to 8, taking eleven innings to de ctde the game. No. l.-The Man In the "Moon" Is above them them all. No. -'. No King or Queen of ancient glory eyer trav eled more properly.more satisfactorily, more lui urlouslythan the men and women of today in their Moon Cars, and none half so fast. No. 3. Moon Cars are standard of quality, 2, 4 and 6 ' passenger, electrically cranked and lighted, . completely, equipped, 1650; without elec .. trie starting and light ing system, 1500. For literature and further In? formation, call on or address " ' Fairfax, Mo. New Point and Vicinity. Ktntna Itudlc.t U to teach the low er room In our school. Fred llershtier came up from Kansas City, Monday, where Ik: at tended a dental college. Misses HI si llarilman, Kate ami Minnie Kramer ami .Mary Terry were In Oregon, Thursday silturtiooii. - Dr. J. v.. 1 C ii 1 1 1 came up from Kansas City, Thursday, tu visit his parents. .Mrs. Ituhl came on Friday - Married, Sunday afternoon, May II, 1UU, at the hoiiid of the bride's parents, t.'liarleiie Kiiukel and Wesley Markl, He v. T. D. Itoberlsoillciatlng. Mr. and Mrs. F.rnlu Kurt, and son, Misses Anna Sprlnger.;Kalherlne Terry, Kthel and Fled Davis spent Sunday at the home of Claude Hen det. Hev. T. D. lioberls and wire left Monday for Atlanta, Ga., where they will attend the Assembly. From there they will visit their sou, Guy, at Kalelgh, N. C. -Married, at Troy, Kansas, Dec. 'M, 1UI'J, Mr. June Hayes, or Kockport, Mo., and Miss Hll.abeth Hampton, of Tarklo. Mrs. Hayes was principal of our school the past year. N Kill I. Nickell's Grove. Nathan Smith is getting better. Kdna Fuhrman amlCharlleSmllli have been on the sick list. -Anna Fields spent a few days with home folks, this week. Kdward Fuhrman went, to Mound City on business, Saturday. Hess Smith relumed home, Tues day, f rum a visit with her sister and school friends. -Lee Stephenson, wife and Max spent Sunday with F.d Ilershner and family, of near Mound City. There will be preaching by Itev. Soil, Friday and Saturday evening, Sunday morning and evening. -Thu topic for Y. P. A., Sunday evening, Is "The Stature of Christ Growing Up Into It."- Hph. 4: 11-10. Stella Meyer, Leader. I anics Itamtay and wife are re joicing over the arrival of a tine baby girl. Jim says the baby Is all right, but its namu wouldn't III. Mrs. Andrew Ilershner and Mrs. Henry Ilershner and James Donovan were called to Itosendate, Sunday, to see Mrs. Waehlel, who Is quite sick. Sub. Monarch. Nellie Lumley made a trip to Nodaway, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Addingtou visited at. Colhour's, Sunday. Fred Hughes spent Saturday night at It. L. Hughes. . Hud Taylor and wife visited Sun day at llrucc llullock's. Josh Chllcoat and wife made a trip to Nodaway, Monday. Mrs. Leu Hughes and Anls made a trip to Nodaway, Monday. lames Smith and wlfeaud Valeda visited Sunday at l!oy Ashworth's. Georgo Traub made a trip to Ore gon, Wednesday evening, of lastweck. -Mrs. Frank Colhour and Itoy made a trip to Oregon, one day. last week. -Mrs. Win. Graham visited Thurs day evening of last week at James Smith's. -liosa Polsgrove, who Is working In Oregon, visited home folks, Sunday evening. -Mrs. JamesSmlth, Oral), Hen and Valeda made a trip to Nodaway, Monday. Ted Graham, of Nodaway, made his usual trip Saturday night and Sunday. Louie lioyles, of Andrew county, made his usual call over at Adding ton's, Sunday James Smith, Orah and Llunie Ashworth made a trip to Fillmore, Thursday of last week, Hubert Hughes, who has been working in Des Moines, Iowa, re tinned home; last week. Teed Garner, near Oregon, and George Garner were In Andrew coun ty, Friday and Saturday. H. L. Hughes ond wife, Ants and Violet and Clifton Chllcoat spent Sunday evening at Wm. Graham's. Hobert Hughes and Grace Smith visited Saturday night and Sunday at Clarence Ltlley's, near Oregon. Clifford. LysollDlp kills lice, ticks and fleas. It drives away riles and mos quitoes. Cures mange, scab, wire cuts, ring worms, screw worms and other skin diseases. Sold under abso lute guarantee by r rank Foster, ore gon, Mo, We Invite the public to our store for TEN DAYS, to enjoy a Liberal Discount on Carpets, Rugs, and Fur niture. These Discounts will be from 5 to SO per cent, beginning SATUR DAY, MAY 17 TO TUESDAY, MAY 37. Ask your friend as to our lion. Evangelical Church "Notes. (Quarterly meeting over next Sun day. Hev. A. Solt, of Kansas City, III he with us. Preaching ut Nickell's Grove, Fri ar night, Saturday uk'ht. Sunday morning ami night Preaching In Oregon, .Saturday, at'J i. m,. followed by quarterly confer ence, livery quarterly conference member Is urgent ly requested to he present . "Mothers' Day," with special ser vice, will b i lierved In Oregon, Sun day innrnlliL'. The narelits of chil dren who attend Sunday school with us are esueclally urged to come. A cordial invitation to all the above services Is extended, G. W. Wkiiikmikii, Pastor. For Sale Fine Saddle llnru all gaits. Call on or address, Dr. W. C. j'rouu, oreuon. Mo, -Good .itri'i'ts. L'orxl slili.ualLo good water, good light , good business point, good country arounil It, and a sniemiHi DCODle in It. lots or ne look- Ing men and tilled with pretty wom en. That s Oregon. 1 will have In time for Dlaniing: Cabbage, Sweet Potato, Tomato and Celery plants for sale-plenty of t hem. Call on or address. K. K. Williams. Oregon, Mo. I tot 1 1 phones. We Invite the public to our store for TEN DAYS, to enjoy a Liberal Discount on Carpets, Hugs and Fur niture. These Discounts will be from ft toll) per cent, beginning SATUR DAY, MAY 17 TO TUESDAY, MAY 27. Ask your friends as to our hon esty and try us yourselves. OHKGON FI'llNITI'IIK CO. -llyron Murray, of our stli grade department, left Saturday evening last In company with Superintendent Hock, for Jcllerson City, where Hyron entered the state spelling contest as Holt county s representative. He re turned Tuesday evening of this week. Hyron failed to capture any of the prizes, but he made a good record. The tlrst, second and fourth prizes were won by girls, the third prize go lug to a boy. During the electric storm of Sun day night last, May 11, the residence of Dr. T. A. Long was slightly dam aged. The bolt passed down the lightning rod, shattered a window frame and screen, tore oil a few shingles, and toruotf the valley tothe kitchen. It played a tune on the electric wires, burned out a meter aad two 'phones one at residence and one at his oitlce. Thu hou-n was tilled with smoke. To the various committees of the Civlc-Hcautlful League: What you doing? Sitting around and smoking ycr pipe of olayv When does the committee on streets and alleys, Mower gardens, trees, court yard park, roads, station, vacant lots, Intend to do something? It looks as If all thu committees had taken an adjourn ment until the snow begins to tly. It is true that great bodies move slow 1 v. but It Is also true that dead bodies never move. Mrs. Fannie Wilson, of this city, who recently sold her property to Mr. Andy Hurrier, bought, on Tuesday last, of County Treasurer (.'arson, his home, Just east of the csurt house square, and better known as the Hobert Fredericks property. Consideration, 1800. Mr. Carson will soon begin the erection of a modern dwelling on his vacant lot, south of the Caskey dwelling. The deal was made through Greene & Greene real estate agents. fiEBT S. PIERCE, DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. OMce in the Moore B'ldg. Hour ft a. tn. UiVim, 1 iSO p, in. ui ft p. m. Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. Lawn Mowers The season for their use Is here. To do ' good work and run easy, they should be'sharp, with proper adjustment. LET US GET THEM IN SHAPE FOR YOU. Wilson Bros,, OREGON, MO. FARMERS' PHONE, Ifi. Real Estate Mimeograph. I'Oni.iKiii.D wkiki.v nr , n. meiioilH. imr.do.v, mo. orrici: i;i"t.uii is tiik mooio: hmm:k, Abstracter and Negotiator of Loans, Transfers for week ending April LM, l!ii:i: WAIlltANTV IIKKIM. Aurel Hrumbaugh to Kdw Kncalu, lots :t, 4, ft, ii, 7, , block t, Kenyon's Add, Maitland t -.'.ikxi Itoy Iluiatt et al to Samuel O" Fallon, w se 10, ft!t, .'IT ... I ,u.V) Herman Hulatt to same, same. .'Ifto .lamer, and llyrd Iluiatt to same, same l,U"ft Alma II Conway to same, same 1,400 Albert Iluiatt to same, same.. ltertha L Welter et al to Sarah S Weller, ne nw and nc 1 02,38 tlT.'i L'O.IKM) Sarah S Welter to Catharine A; Hertha L; Goldlc it Weller, I -ft each ne nw; ne I.I, va,3H.. IL',000 Frank Walker to Geo W Poyn- ter, .187.59 a In 1, HI, ,TJ and III), (!'.', 3!l 10,404 Solomon A Meyer to Jos K Clark, n ) se 2ft, 01, 40, lot ft, sw;io, oi, :i Alice Kennlsh to Catharine Illssett, tot8 and 14 ft off s lot ft, block IB, Mound City . . Geo W Maple to Cora Hill, tracl in nw o, 01, :r.i Chas Leach et al to Daniel Lar kens, lots 1, L', .1, I, ft, block 1', Higelow l.siK) : M'dCyL'dJt Stc Co to Geo II Carpenter, pt uw I: n 1 and e sw: se L 01, ,T.i, ex ft a s of road; o se; sw :ift, 2, IN. no.ooo qUlT-CI.AlSI UEY.m. F.mery Davis et al to James GaiTncy, n 1 e 1 ne 2ft. o:i 40 ex 10 a 7,:i7ft Howell L Cat on to M'd C'y L'd & Stock Co, nw nw 2, 01 , :',. . 1 F.mery Davis to JamesGairney, n e 1 ne 2ft, 0.1, 40, ex 10. . a I Itebecca Pollen to Alice Kuu. and Solomon Meyer, sw nw : n w sw 20, fin, .17 1 Carrie D Kellogg to Francis S Hrownlleld, tract In se II, 02, 40 I -(,'. I). Zook was looking after bus iness interests In Omaha, this week. t- We congratulate Miss Anna Kin- zlu on being selected by thu director of the White school district to teach their school for theeonilngschool year, and predict that she will give-patrons and pupils the best of satisfaction. We received one of the most unique post cards, this week, an nouncing a birth, that we have ever seen, on It was written thu follow ing message: "Glad It Is a girl. Thursday, May U, I'.U.I-H pounds. Mr. ami Mrs. .1. It. Hllscubcck, Jenk ins, Kentuck." "Get everything straight -Finest baby you ever saw. All well and doing line. Hegardsto alt." In extending congratulations to John and wife, we also want to In clude llrother .1. M. Walton and wife, of Trenton, Mo., now for thu tlrst l hue, grandpa and grandma. HARRY M. DUNGA1N, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Van Busklrk Build ing. Northwest Corner Court House Square,! OREGON, MISSOURI. LOW FREIGHT RATES M Household Qoodt We etn attaree lower fielehtf alee tkea m cm ao q HhhImM Geedi. Asloe. etc.. teaai ela l l;W Uallea SIMM. tat ut able lar ro; t4 SATI YOU MONBY.' WilUmmiloBeftftr low ulti HlMMri ftlvar rrMi rTf C. MkA-suh. Stmm mm, an MAKE MONEY AS A MERCHANT. Without capital and through salesmanship, not peddling can .vasslng, you can set up In busi ness for yourself. We aro es tablishing Representatives In every city, town and village for the JEWEL Vacuum Sweeper. It Is, we believe, the best and cheapest hand-power Vacuum Sweeper In the world. Every thing about It Is explained In our two booklets: "An Enemy to Dust," and "How We Set You Up In Business." 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