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FOOT BEAUTY 1 It is the Shoe that makes your foot beautiful. The most shapely foot in an ill shapen Shoe counts but little. Tou will be sure of having your feet properly fitted if you buy your SHOES here. $3.00 and $3.50. You will be delighted with the 'un usual quality of the SHOES we are showing at these prices. Patents, Kids, Gun Metals, Tans. THE FITTS-BUNKER MERC. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. ALKIRE 6 BURGER'S CAFE We are headquarters for Lunch at all hours. ICE CREAM By, the quart or dish. SOFT DRINKS SEE US All kinds of Soft Drinks at our Soda Fountain. for Fruits and Confectionery. Give us a call. ALKIRE & BURGER, WEST SIDE CAFE OREGON, MO. 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. I MOORE & KREEK GROCERS LMIMIIIBHiJ l.uwls Krei'k visited ulih rulii tles Iti St. .lovcpli, last wi't'k. Cut .vim r Kodak Supplies ami I'liiNliliiKsiit Kunkol it Kl(liloos. Miss Ktlii'l AIIl-ii Is iissMInt; liur father, I'ostnmter Allen. In the of lice. -T. A. Look, i. V. s. tto-tlato Veterinary. Uillci! at liome. Iloth Phones No. Mrs. Alice IliiMiiiss, of Fairfax, Is vlsltlnn with her son, Ilarr.v ami fam ily, In this city. Dr. Whltsell, eye ami ear special ist; se corner nth ami Kdinond, St. Joseph, Iloth I'hones. Ml. Mrs. John I'. Noollsch, Mrs. Kail Steplienson, Mrs. II. L. Ilerslinrr ami Miss Kva Kurtz were St. Joseph visi tors, last week. Half I lie proceeds taken In at the (Sum Theatre, this I rlday evening, May;!o, will he given to the Hoy coiits' orKanlatlon. Clint l.uverlch, who has heun un der treatment In a Kansas City hos pital, Is hack home, and fuels thai lie has heen greatly hunellted by the t leatmenl. Mrs. Jennie (S. Silvio-, of Aspen, Colorado, en-routu from Kansas City, where sins had heen visiting, stopped huru over Sunday, and visited her friend, Mrs. Alice Kmu. -I will have in time for planting: Cahhage, Sweet I'otato, Tomato and Celery plants for sale-plenty of them. Call on or address. K. E. Williams. Oregon, Mo. ltotli phones. Miss Nell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Itamsay, of Forest City, graduates from the departmentof elo cution, of the Missouri Wesleyan col lege, of Cameron, Mo., this year. The graduation exercises w ill he held June . A St. Louis paying teller who lias a salary of 12.4(H), an automobile, a wife and three children, is alleged to he 115,000 short In his accounts. The smallness of the shortage may be due to the fact that the automobile and two of the children arerccentaciiulre menls. Mrs. I'hlllp Fuhrman, of the Hen- ton district, Is a patient at the Ens- worth hospital, where she was operat ed upon Wednesday, of last week. Our latest Information Is that she Is doing as well as could he expected, considering tbu seriousness of the operation. Ve are glad to learn of the im proved condition of Mrs. E. A. Kosel (us. of Corning, who has been alarm ineiyill from pneumonia. Her sis ter,"Mrs.T. P. Flttmaurlce, of For est City, was with her during the put week. For the man who works! What Is it? Why it is the Buffalo Calf Shoe. They will make him smile, and his feet glad to think they are held in such a comfortable. C. W. KlngfMlls them. J. C. WHITMER, PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Miss Ruth McNuIty returned to her homo In Mound City, Thursday, of last week, after a delightful weok's visit with her former school chums, Mildred Koock, Mildred King, and Edith Ilinde. Say, but it is a bunch of mighty dear girls, this quartette, and we have always regretted that the circle was broken by Ruth's leav ing us but let us hope that she, some day, may ''come back" to the old town where she Is so dearly beloved Miss Kva Sharp, of Craig, wasvls Itlng In Oregon, last week. - Ward lleadtey was the guest, of friends In Si. Joseph, l.vt week. i.iu rarroll ami wire were over Sundaj Mtors with his mother, who resides at Hamburg, Iowa. The seventy.iJxth annual conven tion or the Christian churches of Mis souri will he held in Full on, . I nne hi to in. Ml-cs Lois Itlchards and Hess Smith look a horseback ride on their splendid saddlers, to St. Joseph, last week. -The Thatcher Cnderlaklng Com pany, of this city, has purchased the Urn. 1 1 1 1 1 undertaking stock, of lor est, City. , K. ti. Cox, of Craig, has been ap pointed by Governor Major, a member of the state board of examining phar maclsts. Haled Timothy Hay for sale. II. E. Mll.NK. Forbes, Missouri. 1 tot 1 1 Tliones. - Mr-. F. I.. Xeller and Miss Carrie enjoyed the commencement exercises of the Maltland High school. Tlnm day ei t iling, of last week. Mr. Wm. Morris and her mother, Mrs. Muxlow, were visitors at the home of Andy Norrls ami Judge Hoi torn, a few days the past week. -MNs Mildred Meyer, of Mound City, brought sunshine Into every nook and corner of Grandpa and (iranduia Thus. Frje's, the past week. -liaymoml W. Keller and Miss Jennie I'. Duncan, of Mound City, were gianted a marriage license InSt. Joseph, on Saturday of last week, May Wi-are glad to hear of the Im proved condition of John W. Stokes. Ills legion of friends down this way hope that he may yet have a full re covery . -I will have In time for planting: Cabbage, Sweet I'otato, Tomato and Celery plants for sale plenty of them. Call on or addre Williams, Oregon, Mo. lloth phones. -What there is In us that Is good or beautiful can be seen by our neigh bors Intl. u neatness of our gardens anil premises. When you see a gar den well tilled with choice vegetables and rare llowers the owner has his heart in the right place. -A. W. I'etree, of St. Joseph, will deliver the annual address Decoration Day, today, Friday, at the Presby terian church, under the auspices of Mejei Post.C. A. II., and Sons of Veterans, lie Is a son of a veteran, his father having served as a member of tbu Itli Missouri Infantry. Mont lineckcr drove In Saturday, of last week, from Omaha, Nebraska, witli the new Abbott-Detroit, live passenger, electric-lighted and started automobile, that his mother, Mrs l.lxli' M. Iloecker. had purchased, lie was accompanied by Mr. Traynor ami wife, of Omaha, who remained over Sunday. -iiirold friend, A.J. Jamison, ha'i been making some nice Improvements to his country home, and In order to protect It from lightning, he had Henry I'eret to do one of his nice Jobs of putting up llghtiilngrods, heruaud I here, and "Jack ' says he now feels safe from being made a victim of a lightning Jolt. Pitch) Wes I.unford, accompanied by Mrs. . I. F. Chandler ami son, ar rived Sunday morhlng from Eagle llutte, South Dakota, being called here by the serious Illness of Henry Lunsford. Their many friends are glad to sec them looking so well and are glad to know that Dr. Chandler Is well. Forest Cltv News, May L'.'l. flEBT 6. PIERCE, DENTIST, ORIcu in Die Moore H'ldg. Mourn m. to U'tn, 1:30 p. m. mb p. in. Oregon, Mo. Phones, Old 01, Mutual 43. W. C. Pearson has bought the Dr. Peam drug store at Mary vllle and will soon move to take the active manage ment of tin. same. He will move his family and household goods In a short time or soon as ho can lind suitable residence properly over there. We will all regret to see the family leave Corning, but W. 0. wishes to engage in some business where he can make money. Corning Mirror, May 1!X Mrs. Henry I'eret and sister, Miss Cora Jones, received the sad Intelli gence by wire, Friday evening, May 23, announcing the death of their father, Frank Jones, that evening, at tho home of a son In Sacramento, Cali fornia. Mr. Jones was 3 years of ago, and formerly was a resident of Craig and Mound City. Some 17 years ago the family removed to California. He Is survived by three daughters and two sons, We extend sympathy to these children, and especially his daughters here, who were unable to attend the funeral by reason of dis tance. W. II. IIAHD.MAN, Proprietor. 11.11. HAKDMAN, t'hnrmncist. OREGON MAIL ORDER COMPANY. A Kcliiililo Source of Supply for (IojmIs of llih Value. To the General Public:- Wo wish to nay to those who wIhIi to avail themselves of tin; opportunity of pureliasliitf High Class. Meritorious Good, which arc desired by legions of people in all parts of the eotintry, and are not to lie had generally in small eities and towns, we olFor you these goods delivered at your address, thus enabling ladies or gentlemen from undergoing the embarras sing ordeal of going to a doctor or druggist to pur chase some delicate preparation for some ailment in their appearance. By our plan you can get those High ( rade (Joods from us without exposure. All you need is to send us a letter, stating what you want and we will send you the necessary 'order blanks and in formation about tht! goods, etc. We handle stub goods as: Family Medicine Chests. Hair Invigorator. Treatmentfor KemovingSuperlliious Hair from Face, Neck, Hands and Arms. Combine I'at Keduciug Treatment. Ideal Toilet Preparations. Wrinkle Kradicator. Meal Antiseptic Tablets. The Wonderful Liquid Skin Beaut ilier. Satin Skin Face Cream. Thi Ideal Liver Pills. Oregon Mull Order Co.'s Kyobrow Tonic and Other (ioods Along These Lilies. Soliciting a share of your patronage, and guaranteeing fair and honest dealing. We remain, Yours for Business. Oregon Mail Order Company, Oregon, Missouri. "Nearly all those Wagon and Buggies are Studebakers" Every year over one hundred thousand Studebaicer vehicles are sold. This tells you what the farmers of the country think of the Studcbakcr wagons. This appreciation has been constantly grow ing for sixty years. This appreciation has been earned by the deter mination of Studebaicer to produce nn honestly built wagon that will do a full day work and keep on doing it, and not to build a cheap one. Tho man who buys the Studcbakcr eels all the improvements gained by the experience of two gener ations of wagon builders. rmWuMi Truck D.liv.rr Wmim Dump Waiwu BuiilM SurrM lHlaH WiM four CuU Hra SoU unj.r SlvJtMtr vwwanlM- Sci our Dtaltr ot uttl ui. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. NEW YORK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER MINNlSfoUS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO GOTLAND. ORE. FOR SALE BY D. ffl. MARTIN. OREGON. MO. Mrs. AllenbaiiKh, whllo doing some papering at her home, (ell from a bench, on Friday last, May '2'i, ami broke her left limb Just above the ankle. Her advanced years causes the Injury to be exceedingly painful. Dr. Thatcher was called, and rendered the necessary medical atUntion. She Is doing as wall as could be expected. O. W.SImerly has traded his barn and livery stock to Matthew Unmet t , of Lebanon, Laclede county, Mo., for 125 acres, near that place. Considera tion, $5,000. George 8. Lukens made the deal. We understand Mr. Unr nett will taku possession at once, and are glad to learn that Mr. Slmerly and family will remain here for the present, at least.