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NEW SPRING COATS All Wool Velours, Poplins, Serges and Novelty Materials Women's Prices $12 50 to $25.00 Misses and Juniors'.... $0.00 to $20.00 Guilds' $3.60 and up New Shirts Waists Georgettes, Crepe DeChines, Wash Silks and Voiles Prices $1.00 to $12.00 New Lines of Women's and Children's Wash Dresses Women's Prices $1.50 to $6.50 Children's Prices 50c to $2.25 ASK US TO SHOW YOU. THE FITTS-BUNKEIR Mercantile Co. iv'r V Trust not the friend wlio deceives you once; nor tha fiour which fails you when company is csptctcd. Pay a few ccr.ta vnoret and get ZiEPtTOR Flour Enough better then others to warrant you using it cJiv.iys. niGEI.OW AND VICINITY. The Mnl Important local Events Which Have Transpired The Pact Week, (lly Grorjjc A. Cnnaway.) HOW ABOUT YOUR SPRING HAT? Watch for Millinery Opening Dates E. A. Netherland HAZEL B. SMITH, Trimmer OREGON, 20. Administrator's Notice. Notice la hereby given that Letters of Administration on tho estuto of Daniel S. uoswcll, deceased, were granted to tho undersigned on tho 27th lay or February, 1918, by tho Fro bato Court of llolt county. Missouri, 'All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to tho Administratrix with in six months after the date of grunt ing of said letters, or they may be pre cluded from any benefit of said estate: and If such claims bo not exhibited within one year from the date of gran ting said letters they shall bo for ever barred. First publication, March 8, 1018. LULA C. HOSWELL, Attest: Administratrix. HARRY M. DUNCAN, (Seal) Judge of Probate. I WANT TO IUY YOUR CORN in wagonload or car load lota Gaorg Gtolyin FaraMra' Ffcosc 60 t. A. Leaf, YttariHiy , MAITLANI) IIOSl'ITA Now open to receive patients. REGULATION PRICES DR. BEARD, Haitland, Mo. CHICHESTER S PILLS .vm m Man ktwva u tat. feaMLsUwtivtkei labia. SGU li MUKBT5 EVEIYHNE8E See thoae beautiful Mon arch Raifei at Mrs. II. t Kchoonovor Is In Craig this week, visiting with her sister, Mrs. Kay Davis. - -John Mcndenhnll shipped out two cnl'miil of walhut logs to Fast St. jnih, lust week, - Lewis Anthony was n busings vie-, Itor In Red Onk, lown, several tlaM the first of the week. J. II. Argn shipped out Inst Satur-, ilny t Quitman, Mo., where ho has rented :i fnrm nrnr tlmt point. I - Misses Wlldn (irrshnm, Mary 1 1 In-' klo iiml Clco l.osan were visiting the Mnutnl City schools Inst Sntunlny. I Ml"! Jcnn Hudson wns nn over SVinlny visitor with her lirnthcr, Har ry IMon. nnil wife, In St. Jiwpli. Mrs. Julia Jones Is thn first to re port n hen with n nice brood of ym-ng cliirl.i.. which cniiu; iilf the first of the ck. Mr. nnil Mrs. IVnnk Walker ii.nl son, Ralph, (better known ns II.nhiM, were shopping In St. Jnvpli, Inst S-'iit-lirday. Mrs. A. K. .Smith nml daughter. MNs NVIIe, were passengers In Crolg.l iiii-snny morning, to atlcml the lug Hctl Cross sale. Will some one please rail nfl" the ground hog liilhii'iue over the weather rnnilillons so that we may hnvc some decent weather? Ilin. C. I'. Ki rran, who has been over near Wnvrrly, Kans., for'sover.il weeKs on n nustnes misinn, rcturnm home, one dnv last week. Miss Lrlali Adams, who has been visiting- with Miss Nellie Smith for several ilays, returned to her home In St. Jorcph, Inst Monday morning. Cranilnm Riley left thp first of the week for Kirksvlllc, Mo., when1 she will visit a few Weeks with her daughter, .Mr. Dave Cutron,mnil chil dren. I). . Smith was n business vis itor In Craig. Inst Satunlav. I). W. and family are thinking seriously of moving in i.niorano, near llolynke, In the near future. Luther Adorns Inndrd not 1,1. hnuseholil goods, farming Implements and some stork and shipped them to Savannah, last Friday morning, and Sntunlny morning he drove two teams ovenanii. Allen Smith moved to the old V. A. Drown fnrm. north of town, the fiMt 01 mo weeK. .Mr. Jcssup tins not de cided definitely us to where he will go, but Is thinking seriously of moving tu llolynke, Colo. Ralph l.rufc bus secured employ ment with Wnrrrn Littles In his gar age. In .Mound City, and began work the first of the week. Itnlph Is n good machine man and will nn doubt make n goon mnn Tor .Mr. Littles' customers. A. It. Todd arrived Inst Saturday morn ng from Ch II lentlie. uln.ro i. has enrolled In the Chllllcothe business college. He came to spend the week end with his wife nnd baby buy, who are visiting with Mrs. Todd's sister, irs. .-. n . axcuon. Chairman J. I'. Sinter has railed n meeting of the farm bureau, to bit iicki jiornu (;uy neM .Mondny, be- gmiiim; in m a. in. Th s will u. n.. lull i lav meeting, to which everybody In Invited to attend. Prominent speakers 11 in im iiiitimii in nuuress uie meeting. I Mrs. (leorge Stadnlman inriviil I Inst Saturday afternoon from Odessa, I and ns soon ns her husband can se- cuie a car no win rollow with their household goods and stock, and they will move Into the tenant proper')' of liny Jones i.lul will work for .Mr. Jones the coming senson. Mr. nnd .Mrs. II. M. HulTinan and Mrs. Allen Notley were visiting with relatives near liurllngton Junction, several days Inst week. Mr. nnd Mis. Iluirman lire expecting to leave the alter part of this week for their homo In IJwyer, Mont. They having been visiting with relatives and friends In this nnd tho l-'ortiwun neighborhood for several weeks. lhe household goods of 8. 1'. Ad onis nrriveii ino latter part of lat week from Council llhifTs nml Mr .,,.! Mrs. Adams are expected to arrive iwxi n-ii-K, wncn iney will move In on tho south part of the old I'eto liiley farm, south of town, where Mr. Adams will try his luck nt farming. Mr. Ad nun has been with the V Co. nt Omaha, Nebr., for n number of years ami is giving up nn excellent po sition with that comnanv to till H.,. soil, nnd here's the very best of luck in vo i num. iyiu wo join your many friends in welcoming you to our vicln- Tho Holiness revival meetings Which havo been irnlnir on nt riL,. tlnn church for the past four weeks ny uros. annum una Dnylinir, closed last Sunday cvenlng'wlth n very fom -ful sermon by Kldcr Worchester, Ta bor, Iowa, who stopped off hero on his way to St. Joscnh. Dnrlnr. tlm .i..nt. Ings a few went forward to tho nltSr, mm imii.il kuuu iuih oeen none ny hav ing this meeting. Mrs. Alice Mc Crnckcn, who has been assisting with tho meetings, left tlm drat nf thn uv for her homo in Tabor, la. Mrs. Alice urown who nns nlso ,licen helping with tho meetings left Monday morn ing for St. Joseph, whom she will visit with relatives several days before re turning to her homo In Tabor. On last Saturday, Chairman S. W. Skelton shinned to tho Maltlnnd rimn- tcr of tho Itcd Cross 21 pairs of socks, 3 sweaters and B helmets. This ship ment mnJws n total of 23 pairs socks, u nwiuicrs, u ncimcia ana 3 pairs wristlets. Last week tho muslin which Is to be used in making mimical, dress ings was received, and work was start eu in mis unit mis wecK. Tho north. cast room in tho basement nf tk school house will be used for that pur- ,,udo ib hwiiii room, i no class will start with those who havn nnnuiKi desire to do that work, and Is open' to all members of the Red Cross. Any one who can and will do this work, please come to the school house on the work day. or for anv information n Mrs. Ethel Osborne or Mrs. F. B. Ho- Hidden Hand" One of the best nnd Newest 1'lays by tho PATHE FILM EXCHANGE Will Iks Shown at the SILVER MOON THEATRE KOUTKSCUK, MO. COMMHNCINO Saturday Night, March 0. 1018 and will be shown ench Satufday thereafter until finished. KVKKYHODY 8KB IT. J. W. HILL, Prop. Go to the WEST SIDE CAFE For Regular Mcnls nnd Short Orders. It will- pay you. We enn nerve just what you wunt in a First-Class manner. Short Orders at all hours Buy a Meal Ticket and save money. Fine Candies, Choice Cigars, Eto. WEST SIDE CAFE Ed Hicks, Proprietor Oregon, Mo. ATTENTION Home Builders and Home Owner I HAVK TUB ACBNCV FOlt Chase Brothers Company's Rochester Grown Guaranteed Nursery Stock and nm prepared to assist you In se lecting l'-rtUlT THKKS and small fruits for a homo orchard or for a commercial planting. Ivt me figure wiin you on me cose or a planting ol ritBKS nnd SIIRU1IS for the decora tion of your lawn. "A houso without trees and shrubs around it is only a roosting place." Call on me or phone me, nnd I will irlvo you price, delivered free at the depot. Farmers' rhone, 628. (Successor to W. n, Hardman.) ROY MATHEWS OREGON. MO. 1 I At LEHMAN'S Th (by wt Iom out I1 norl lengths of pic good, f tvtry aWripilon oi U u short loll of READY, TO WEAR GARMENTS ' You con nr half kjr iHding ol LEHMAN'S wt REMNANT DAY., FT TEADE A RULEV S' ViH work Y to tt present icnHC m HUkBT wm Thursday afternoons. Home Phone, 87. Mutual, 104 EMMA BLACK Osteopathic Physician. All disease traatcd by Ostsopstlilc asthods. OtOoo First Rotldrao West Of Moor KrMVsStor OSBGON, Misaouu. - Their Final Summons. A. V. I'arrish, one of Craig's very best citizens, died nt his home In that city, Sunday Inst, March 3, HH8, aged GO years, lie drove overland from his native state, North Carolina, In nn ox team, landing In Crnlg on the Mil of March, 1872, the town having been laid out only four years previous, and he 1ms ever since resided there. He was n contractor nnd builder and wur one of those men who nlwnys alined to give ins reliow man n lair neni. lie I: survived by his widow, time ilaugli tern nnd a son. rVncrul services were conducted lucsdny, the Mh Inst. The Corning Mirror announces the dentil of August Wohlcr, u respected eltl7.cn nf that ermniun tv. which oc curred nt his home south of that plate nunc suddenly, on nundnv or ln week, I'ebruiiry 'J-l, ngiil l- years. Ho Is survived by Ids wife, three daugh tern and one grumlson. Mrs. i'. W. Elovntl. of Craig, who re. reived n stroke of paralysis two weeks ago, uieii nt ner mime, I rtuay inn March 1, HUH. All her children wet at her bciWdo. Ilnrnrd In the f.roiind. The old historic residence iK'longlng t'i the Snoerle estate, on the west Mm Its of our city, wns entirely ilestnivei by fin on Thursday morning last, I cli inary Iwfore any roiniiilalilc al riiuld come to the relief of the occu nnnts. The file nlnrm was sounded nliou r n. m. Neighbors came, and by their Heroic ellorts much or the houscliol eirccts, on the first fioor, nnd nlso In the cellar, were saved, but everything in the second story wns ilestroyen. The place was occupied by Alfred Price ami wife, anil we understand he carried no Insurance. I I. Moore, ex ecutnr of the cstnte, curried scino in suninco on tho building. lhe lire Is summseil to have been cuuseii l mm an incuuntor. o Happy Hearts. Herald V.. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Anno, of the llurr Oak district, nnd Miss Mary I'., dauKhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Corbln Cllft. of I'orest City, were made husband and wife, Sunday even, ing Inst, March :i, nt the home of the bride's parents. Kldcr II. II. Dawson performing tho wedding ceremony I'hc groom wns attended by Thomas Stone, and the bride by Miss Ituth An no. ivn ciniiorato antl-noover o:uu o'clock dinner wns served, nnd the oc casion was one of those especially lipy events that w ever be re. mcmborcd by those so fortunate n to be present They arc n snlend coupic oi young people, ami rue sen unci wishes lor iiicm n long, happy inc. Crilfith llros.' Dig Sate, March 9. Next Satunlav. March 0. Is the dnle or the lirllllth llros.' lllg lluroc Jcr ey sow sale at Mound City. these young men hnvo built un iulte n reputntlon In the past few years ns breeilcrs of lllg Tvno Duroc Jerseys. Kvldcntly they have a great neni, ns iney took tnelr chler herd bonr "IJnredn Model Again" to the state fair at Sedalla. Inst fall, and wen second premium with him. The tirllTlth Hroi.' are liberal ml. vrrtlsem nnd no dmibt their choice of fering will sel rendi v nt good nrires. sec ineir an in mis issue. Rural Carrier Kxamlnnllon. The United Stntes Civil Service t.ommlsslo" 1ms announced an examin ation for tho county of Holt, Mo., tu ne neni ni uregon, on April i:i, mis, to fill the position of rural carrier at Forbes, and varnnies that mnv later ocrtir on mrnl routes from other post nlflres In the above-mentioned county. The examination will lie open only to nnio citizens wno nro nrtuniiy iiom Idled In the territory of a post olflco in u;c rnrniy ami wno meet ine oilier reiiulrements wt fortli In Form Nn. ion. nils form anil implication iiuiiks mny nc o im men lroni t he nr. fices mentioned nbovo or from tlm United States Civil !VrvIrn CimimU. slon nt Wn.hlngtnn, I). C. Applica tions should Ihi forwarded to the Com mission ni wnshlngton lit the enrllesi practicable date. Try Wright's Ham Plckln for vnur hums. It will niuke a verv linn cun-il product. Sold by K. O. Phillips. rnul Hragg Is out nnd around, lif ter u hard fight In a "set-to" with n bad case of tonsllltls. llrlng In the "KIDDIES" nnd 1st us in ineir rcet with llrown's f' Shoes, C. W. KlNf!. Wo regret to lenm of the rnntln. ued poor henlth of Mrs. Howard Mills, wife of the editor of the Ncws-JcrTer- sonmn, or Mound City. Mr. Mills, last week, took bis wife to Tuscon. Ariz. - llussclt Tochtcrman, who has been In tho employ of a largo department Btoro In Junction City, Kansas, Is back home, railed by tho Illness of his fath er, wno is down Willi typhoid-rmeu monla. Tho many fr ends of Ed O. Frn. cr, of Rock Fort, prosecuting attor ney of Atchison county, nro urging htm to become the Rcubllcan candidate for congress for this district. Ho is n splendid fellow, nnd every wuy big enough for tho Job. - Tony Schmutto nnd his daughter, 1 j, of Coping, were In St. Joseph, Monday, Miss Fay having her throat treated by Dr. Proud. It had been a long tlmo sinco wo saw Tony, but wo found him the 6nmc, rollicking, jolly good fellow as ever. bay, John, remember about that pair of work shoes vou nVr.l n... about a few days ago? Well, I havo them, so como In and let me fit you up. I sure will savo you money, and, remember, John, Fll guarantee them to give you me service, loo. O. W. KINfJ- Rev. Charles Fetrce. a brother our iciiow townsman, f rank Fetree, who has had the Huffman-Memorial church charge in St Josenh tha n..t 1 A... . ...JI1 T , 1 ItTD J CUB. Will ED U UlUOn 1 .ITV l'CWn 'sylrania, exchanging charges with tho .Key. Geo. M. Hughes, Rev. Fetree naa oeen wim uie Missouri conference for the past 23 years! U son of a civil war veteran, and has two sons in the army to fifht for democracy. High Soap Prices Arouse Interest ia Home Made Soap Women all over the country are saving money by moking their own soap. Try thii: rirtl, sctolarce can of arln your kitchen; throw Into It oil meat akin, wa.to fjreas-). bones and olher kit chen soap that has any gtcae In It or on it When the can or )ar l lull, render It (by boiling) and you will obtain enough clear gteae to make a big batch ol dandy aoap, cheaper and purer than any you can buy. With Create and Red Devil Lye You will find homo toap-maklng to eaiy anJ economical that it will be a genuine pleasure. On the label ol every can ol Red Devil Lye ato complete diiccliom for making toap by the cold proceis or by boiling. Anybody Can Matte Soap (I they have Red Devil t.ye nnd gieaie. Futthrrmofe, snap making at borne rays big became )ou buy nothing but Red Detll Lyo the other inpiedientt ore actually taved out ol the waite that you have been throwing away. You will thank ui every time you uie Red Devil Home Ma Jo Soap. C,.lf,pi..,-I1w .sl w. w fr, swkl,( wi i-tltiv e-Klw. pr.yim I run trrm. ctntrurl. .1. I .nnul I, .in I. I.U rnu tniil I .m lth llnl Util I.,.. (Jot iml tfn 1 Inmrnkkng tnjr MP. Yonrtlrolr, l.b.S, lilt i:f IICL. unti l PC.R. Ilt I, Ikii It, I .;,llUU, Imt. Aik Four Cracor. SavlhtLcbth. WM. SCIIiriO MFG. CO., St. Uali, kU WOMEN'S PRETTY PATENT PUMPS Light and Dainty Styles For Spring Wear Them With Spats $5.50 Mail Orders Prepaid. 507 Felix St. St. Joseph, No. (ember Retail Mcrc'nts Ass'n Railroad Fares Rebated. Train or Auto. Auto Repairing Havinn taken charge of the ahep in tho Auto Sales Co. Gar age, recently run by J. W. Huntsman, we are now prepared to da all kinds of auto repairing also radiator sodering. First class work guaranteed, Give us a trial. Brodbeck & licit FOR SALE. The J. R. Fayno residence, half way between the square and the depot; 9 rooms; largo barn, rock cave, two lots. on paved street I will havo to dls poso of this property within sixty daya to the highest bidder, or 1 will make a very cheap price to a buyer at any tlmo, In order to close up tho estate. C. L. EVANS, Executor. Both Phones LAWRENCE McFALL, Osteopathic Physician. Treats Both Acute and Chronic Diseases. Office Over Martin Fureltme Store OAEOON XISSOTJKI I WANT TO BUY YOUR CORN in wagon load or car load lots George Gelvih Farmers' Phone 60 Ladles. VOU will hn Mr,li1t, nlanBA.1 when you see my new line of spring lace boots. Thv anm nm hoautloa. TheV COma in hlaoV urMto trvmir mnA brown; made up on the new last and re very pretty. O. W. KING. old Moore and his dear, good fam lly left this week for Fremont, Nebr., where they expect to make their fu ture home. Any community la tha loser when such people leave it, and' ? , fj0 th fchania will prove bet eflelal to' Mrs. JaVs heaith. li1, lflTl11'ffil7 i'i ti At.