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NEW COATS. The New Coats are forty eight to fifty inches long, with emphasis on high buttoning collars. The cuts at the bot toms are irregular, longer in the back than in front. In Novelty Coats, draped effects and loose maderin sleeves are favored. Pile fabrics are the fav oritesPlush, Astrachan, Per sian Lamb, Zebeline and other imitations of fur. The most advanced styles are here and you will enjoy seeing them. Women's Goats, sizes tfC n ttOC 34 to 48, pricodfrom...PJ 9 Young Womon's, ttc fA tfio en sizes 14 to 20, at...J3 W J10.3U 'MiSiT.tHJO to $13.50 M8T M $2.50 to $10.00 Intermediates1, ff? 4n ff7 Cfl sizes 6, 7. 8,0,10, at J J W Jl.JU Ohildron's. M fn ttC AA sizes 2 to 6, at W W JJ.vv Fitts Bunker Merc: Co. Hot ami Cold Luticliesof all I; I nils at Klddoo ft Co's. Mrs. Will Wlsehart, of llorton, Has,, paid a vlll to Mrs. Win. Turn- ham, Thursday of last week. Circuit Clerk Dunham, wife ami laughter, Sundayed ttli licr tiroth ers, tlie Judy boys, of Craig. Dr. Whltsell, eye anil ear special ist: so corner Dtli and Kdmond. St. Josepli. Iloth Phones. IM.l. I am now ready to supply you with Coal and Feed. Sclmlte llroth- ers- warehouse. a. w. mckmak. Mrs. Wade Morris and children, of Mound City, visited a few (lays the past week, with lier parents, Jacob King and wife. They have a line liaby hoy down at Cyrus Kurikcl'ii, In Knrhps luwn ship, born Octolwr n. Until papa and mamma are doing nicely. Mrs. T. A. Long and her two children aau back home, after an en Joyable week's vlsltwlth Dr. and Mr. W. A. Loin;, of Mound Cliy. lloliert Montgomery, of Ihlsclty, has been appointed an aide de ramp to Department Commander, Arthur Drclfus, of the state (1. A. II. I'M I ti A. Welly Is now grlov lilt; over thi! loss of tin' (am 1 1)'- thor oughbred put; bulldog; he died sud dcnly from bear! disease one day last week. Mrs. Ii A. Olvln.nf Maltlaml, l entertaining her lt r, Mls Sarah Mc)cr.of Nuwvllle.l'cnn. It Is prnha tile Miss Meier may remain for the winter. for Sale A Span nf )outig Draft Mares, and a p.ilr of Suckling.' Mule Colts. (..ill on or address Jacob Kurt. Oregon Mo.Uoutul. Kami- er Phone. The Ladles of the WoodUlle Presbvleil.in church will give :m Ire cream sik'IuI at thu churcli on Prlda) evening. Oct. Oct. HI. Kverjludy In vited. Come. Married III the In-order's ulllee. Oregon. Mo.. eilncsil.i). October i.. Iti:t, Henry Slitenfaden and Mary tirlltey. Intli of St. Joseph. Jacob Mn. .1. P..otllclatlng. We are vurr) to learn tbat Mrs. I'rank Itlai'iV health has become such as I.) necessitate her going to the liot'hoier. Minn., hospital. Mr. lllaer accompanied her. .For "-'ale :ii Kicks .if Stout Wood, ('.ill on or address, .1. W. .AfltMAN. liotlle '., Oiegnii, Mo. I armers' I'hotie. I rauU lirldgeititn. lid. Ilryau, of MONARCH MALLEABLE IV ABmmL.BmmmmmmmiBmmmmiBmmHmmmmmmmmmmaM-asBHBai Monarch Itound Oak and Itrldgu I leach Haiiges. all good ones, prices, $28.00 to SOO.OO. Itound Oak, fiarlaud and Favorite Hard Coal Stoves. Prices, sv i no in Slid. oo. Heating .stoves, a. no 10 s;o.ihi. wo are tun up on Yours for (iood Hardware. Stoves, Wo so- and our prices are thu lowest. licit your i r;mo. T. L. PRICE, HARDWARE, WKST SIDE SQUAKK, : : ORKOON, MISSOURI Ib.-i'tow. and Joe Comer, of I'm- e i.iwnsblps, are row ownersof Ford .tiling cars, and liev. T. D. Koberts, r Ni v Point, u rordiunaboui. Tlie K,.,. .-,.( '..! acetic) 111.11I1' the sales. ERT g. pierce, DENTIST, ton, Mo. ;i' -Corwln.cller Is visiting bis father In Marlon, Kanas. For a good cup of colTec, try KtliliiHi & Co, ; See Miss (Justa ITpperman for") Hygienic Toilet Articles. Thu best on the market. T. A. Long, D. V. S. Up-to-date Veterinary. Oitlco at home. Hotb I'boncs, No. l.'l. -John 1'rlce.of Flnloy, Illinois, was hero, last Thursday, visiting with Ids undo, It. C. Itenton, of this city. He left on Friday evening forShenandoab, Iowa. Miss Mary Flegcnbaum, who has been tbo guest of lier sister, Mrs.Tom Curry, for a couple of weeks, returned to lier lioroe In St, Joseph, Saturday of lit week. She was accompanied home by her niece. Miss Ann Curry, who returned home Tuesday of this week. BIDSJVANTED. Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received by Sec- retary of tbo Odd Fellows' Aiullto rlu m Itulldlng Commltteu of Oregon, Mo., up to lu o'clock a. in., October 28, ini;i, according to plans and specltlca- Hons on lllo with A. A. Searcy, archi tect at Trenton, Mo., and with Secre- tary of Itulldlng Committee at Ore gon; Mo,, for furnishing material and nrectlni? Odd Fellows' Auditorium In Oregon, Mo. Committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. I have opened up a Feed and Coal business In Sclmlte Brothers' Warehouse. Come and see me before making your orders. ALU CRT W. Sesman im.. 1,1 II., MiN.r. U'lilif ur ' 1 ip. I" n In. 1 .m p 111 in U 11 fi. Phones. Old W. Mutual IX We are glad to learn that "I n cle" (icorgo Weber, of lores! ( ny, who ban been contlni'd to Ids I1011111 for several months, has been able to take short outdoor walks the past week, lie reached Ills !ilh milestone on August .':', Hi:t. We send congratulations to ,lw ('utlirle, of Itent'iii township, on tin1 arrival of a pair nf tine boys at bis housu on October 11. The stork has bceiiiiulto liberal In this respect thu far this jear, having left live pair id twins at thu various homes In our count. . Mrs. T. II. McKenna, after an en joyable two weeks- visit with lier daughter, Mrs. (', .1. Koork. returned to her liomu In Jellerson City Tliurs dav of last week. Charley Knock my this Is an Instance wheru (he d parture of the tnotlier-lii-law wassln- cerely regretted. (eorgu Collins, of Maltland, about :il ears of age, was struck by a Ny atll'ark street car in M- .losepn on Wednesday of last week, October ! and sustained serious scalp wound He was crossing Fifth street and stepped before the car. He was re moved to a hospital, anil Is gutting along nicely, wu understand. -William Krleger and wife, of Johnstown, 1'enn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, of Mound City, Mrs. Krleger beluga nlccu of Mrs. Thomas. Ttioy visited here, this week, the guests of C. D, 7.ook and family. Mrs. Krleger Is a cousin of Mr. Zook, and a daughter of the late J. W. .00k, formerly of this city and Forest City. Little Hazel Nixon, one of the 3-year-old twin babies of M r. and Mrs. John Nixon, of the Summit district, was poisoned one day last week by eating a Jlmson pod. Her mother noticed the little girl trying to feed her younger sister some of It. She was soon taken violently sick. Dr. Ferry was called and stayed by the little sufferer's bedside all night. She Is all rlffht now but It was a close call. Jeffersonlan, October 16, 1013 -Mrs. Julia Drury, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Is vMtltig with relatives ln"u for a Tew days. She Is enroiite liouii from a six mouths' visit wllli Ihtsous in Frultii. Colorado, who are farming out there. Cliarles.lewi'lland wife. ofO.uali.i, Nebraska inadca brief Islt InOregi.n. last week. Mr, Jewell Is a I'liiclti to (' D. Zook, aiidwasrulsiillnllilsolty, hut Iblslshlsllisl ll hack loOregoti lu a good mail) tears, -We are truly glad to hear thai r.lhy McNiilty, son of Mr. and Mrs.A. It. McNiilty, who recently engaged In the restaurant business In Mound City, Is making a success of his ven ture and his Initiation Into acthe business life He Isa deserving young man, and while a resident of Oregon won warm corners In thul.cartsofour people. -Mrs. Win. Tiirnham, who recent ly fell down her home stairway, Is rapidly Improving, but the Injury to her back will render tier unable to look after her household afTalrs for some lime el. Her daughter, Mrs. Nurans. who was with her for three weeks, has returned to her Inline lu St. Joseph, and Mrs. tleo. Adolpli Is now caring for her. -Charles K. Sopcr. an Oregon boy, a brother of M rs. T. C. I Hingali.of this city, and now a business man of St, .Inset)1'. Is gaining considerable nolo tletv as a dramatic writer, ami bis latest work, "In Hie Tents of Abdal tab." will be presented In St. Joseph Nou'inlier IMS, the proceeds for the benellt of the new Young Women' Christian Association building. The lull county Sunday school convent Ion will be held at Maltland during Hie month of October The olllccrs for the jear ate: John I'. La cey. of Lewis township, was re-elected to the presidency; Mrs, Will Markt. of Lewis, corresponding secretary: Mrs. W. II. Stuhbs, of Mound City, recording secretary, and II K Noel, of Maltland, re elected treasurer. According to llgures given out b the chief of thu corporation tax ill- vision of the department of Interna. tlnnr.1 revenue. ST,;iS persons lu Mis souri will havu to contribute I" ti"-' goerniiieiit'H revenue from Hie In come tax. In Missouri there aru'.'l.msi persons with Incomes up to ii,0iK; I.Vi with Incomes up to .M',"m! .-lit up to flisi.msi and twenty-eight wllbover HOil.KHl. Kdwln Wear. of St Joseph, made a brief Ml In On i-in. Mi,nd.i of 'Ids week, mid was the guest .if his .unit ;iud uncle. T.iin Cnrr and wife lie was here fin the uine ! iiilua a bullilln.' for :i i!r.ipl, .idi but did ! I lltid .tnilliiii - il, i' was lust what he w.iiiImI. Hi- Is . ilie phiiiogiaplier and c l, 'pi' iii.i' -s- m uallv In- can sc-in,. a Ititil-lniu- ib:n will answer Ids purposes. Mormaii Miles, a farmer UWug northeast of Craig. suu"cicd a illsloea tluli of bis ankle while lu town Mm- dav evening. October I'J. lie wasir lug to hack his team and turn out f the alley at the rear of the Hums hardware, when the team got mm in I and cramped Ids rig In such a manner as In throw Mr. Miles olT his balance and lu the mlxiip ho sustained the In Juries above noted. Craig Leader, October IT. After careful consideration we have decided to sell GOODS for CASH OR PRODUCE, AFTER November 10th, 1913. We wish to thank the trade for their liberal support in the past and hope for a larger share of their patronage in the future. T. 8. FRYE & SONS, ViMHiMilltflBaMi Arkansas Lands. Arkansas, the state of opportunities. Don't you want to own a piece of land that will make a uood farm and pay handsome returns on the Investment? You can yet land lu Southern Ar kansas, where water is uood, healthy locality, free from our cold Northern winters, at $5.00 for cut-over land, and S20 for cheaply Improved farms, Make two kinds of crops on samo laud In one year. Call on me for Booklet, F. L. ZELLER, OREGON, : - MISSOURI. i ntmtmglon Culf rrrr J. C. WHITMER, ZDZEHSTTIST. r smiri i i;,t,ii;miiiji ssisiiriiisiDis! PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Clarence llogrefe has sold his farm located In Hie Marietta school district, south of Corning, In (leorge VoiiilerSchnilill. This farm contains 80 acres or a little over and the nrlcu received for saum was till per acre. Clarence and family will leave about themlddluof December for South western Arkansas, where he lias bought land and will show the na tives down there how to farm like they do lu Missouri. -Coming-Mirror, October IT- 1L I". Jackson, of Holt county, Mo., has been handling sheep a guod many years. "This fall, Mr. Jackson said. "I bought old owes to feed, and turned them Into mycornlleld, where thu com was rather thin on the L'round. With good grass that has grown up, and Hie nubbins thoy got, I nover saw sheep do better, I be lleve, they will be fat enough to market In another month." Kansas City Drovers' Telegram, of October 10. When the MlssoiirlSupremeCourt met tor tho regular term, October 11, It was between ihx) and looo cases behind In Its docket, or measured In time, approximately two years. He tween 400 and COO cases aro disposed of by the court each year and about 400 new cases are tiled a year. There are sixty-four cases, many of them origins! proceedings, that have been Instituted since the adjournment of the last term, to be heard by the court en bnc. The division dockets are much larger than this for the term vSTEEL Scatter Load SheDs YOU'VE sot to shoot quick wlirn you nrc in tlir brush, mid thru with a stnmliircl lirll in n choice born nun. you usually blow your bird nil to pieces. Nrst timr )ou iff nut. tske nlnng n frw ItrtninRlon.UMC Smtlf-r IjmiI. AlfowurNitroClulj forrloir.licKttiii. They tiivr th Kiiui .jurjtil lit 2) y.rtl a. llir .Und.uil load nl 40 yitl tml icif-itiT prnrlMliun. Do nut mutilate your liinl. Tlir $ttel tintnft uivr. tlir prrd, and the- tperlitl 1rm of waiIiIiiim nptriK llif pititrin. I'rmr it on .1 paper huitet with uur t:tHnl old ilurkKUn. Cel SriOIrr lhiil SlielU nt nur ilralerV Itrnulirl.'tl t AtC lite .e,fe, I lMM4ir,y l,-,iill,iti,il,, XonV !if llie MnJ ILII ikaiL mi tsftv Im.1 vi ulnliiuniliun ou buy. Iti-mintiin Arni-Uninn Metnllic CurtriJtfc Co. f lli...J., 10 Nr tik wws".'i'.' ' i.i . 1 i. ,i'..'. . '. - win.,! After the harvest the wise man buys a. Ford. He pro vides himself both pleas ure and an efficient and economical servant for the seasons to come. Viewed from any angle, he knows the Ford is his beet "buy" of the year. l-'lve hundred dollars Is the new price of thu Ford runabout; thu touring car is llvo tlfty; thu town car seven lift)' all f, 0. b., Detroit, complete with equipment. Gel catalog and particulars from Keuves-Cook Auto Co., Oregon, Mo.