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DAWSON'S CASH STORE
Pay Cash and Pay Less. Having purchased tlic Interest of I', to you with a merchandising plan. At Campbell In the Dawson-Campbell Clotlilnp Co., we nre now coming Wo have found that today the. credit system hn become n menace If the retail business that It Is by far too expensive, to both customer ntnl merchant; we nrr both lescr In so many way. We conic to mi with n plan we arc sure will ho prolltahle to us both. IT IS SPOT CASH. The hanker loan hi money for n profit, which we think U only right, hut suppo.c he Innnnl it on open ac count without Interest? How Ionic could he stay In the banking business? Now. If the merchant sell hi Rood on open account, without llrst adding a per cent for the time Riven, how long can he stay In the mercantile busi ness? Hut he add that per cent, and you who buy at the credit sturo pay, not only the per cent for the time given, hut also, the percent that goes to make up for the lot account of the professional deadliest, who woik every (tore In the town. Then there I the extra expense of book-keeping, the expense caused by error, the expense of statement, stationery, collection, etc., which in no small item. Also the inability on the pait of the merchant to take advant age of the discount Riven by factories und wholesale house and the special price niude by them when they know they will Ret SPOT CASH. These thing you know, ami we nie iure the lime I here when the people of Oregon nnd vicinity nie only anxious to pay each for what they buy and Ret the lower price that can Ik made by the ndviititiigo of the cash system. We menn we are going to sell to each and every one nllke. Not on time to n favoreil few, nnd cnh to th rest; but we art? going to count every mun'it dollar worth one hundred centi. Ie he rich or poor, and not charge one penny's worth to nny one, and wo want you for one of our many customer. All parcel poet iirkngc will lie sent C. can rave you a nice little turn each yctr, 0. I), lly conducting our business on theie line we know we Recognizing the Indexible law of trade we nppenl to you In the name f "High tirade M rrlinndl.e. Hlghtly Priced, for SPOT CASH." No meiThnnt enn carry a ledger In one hand and deal out hnrgaln w ith the other. We cordially Invite you to come In ami see uj give tlilt new plan u fair tilul, and lonin the dlircienee be tween caidi nnd creillt. We hope to sec you In our place of buslnos often; we Invite you to make our More headipiaiter when in Oregon vonts rou mom: and itirrrKit msi.t..ss. Dawson's Cash Store I'.U CVSII AMI III: HAPPY. Pure! Clly and Vlrlnlly. Mimio and family lsltcd at the J. T. Nnunill linker wan on the idek !"'"ott home, hut Wrdnewluy. Ilrt tin week. , , ' ' Chh left Monday for Clar- Ml Glare Oulck visited In St. hula, !. when- he will be for cy. Joseph, Tuesday. eial day. tiniifailliiic litisinc. -Rev. .1. J, CiiuYiky held soivico - Ml Alice Mullcry, of SI. JiiM-ph. at Tniklo. Sunday. spending the week Willi her gtninl- Mr. Clin. Evans wa a St. Jo- patent, II. II. Cunnell and wife, t-eph visitor. Filday. ,, -uitl Raiser, of St. ,lo,epli. vl. - J. II. Wlls'in, of near Craig, wtm H'1' several day la.t week, with hi In our city, .Saturday. , patent, Jacob RaUor mid family. Mi C. I.. .Mill wa on the sick- "'irry ( homey, of near Oregon, lii.1, the llrt of the week. "I"-"t I; Hi ay night nt hi uncle Mr. !. K. Norri ent Snndav Itome. Dwlght Meyer and family, nt the Clin. Noland home. . ,7,J1.ri'' ''"" go Drake and rhlldicn Harney Stnlcup iniule n lii'sincjs "cnu nay ini wcck Willi ttip to St. .In.eph Saturday. . Mi, (.race Miller, -Mr. J. T. lllimlnghnin wn u St.' l.owi Minud and wife spent Sun. nt Mound City. tlllil U 1C, biuxit i JohCidt vlltor, last Thursday. .""; ' her parent, It. I). Overman u-... fii. !.. ...w !,. !j '". I" Highland, Knma, Il.t. Keveinl .'lav, la.t week. I ' -." '' Speeklemeyer and win. Ma. -C. I.. ItlchanUon wn a business .'.'," J;"iiiiiy visitor In St. Joseph. Tueday. i"""'" "' . ' Henry llayl was tram.ucting e ate triad to hear of the fm. busine In St. Jocph, Tueday. provement of MIm Mabel MtCuli,., - Ml Kate llrodlieck wa a St. ho ha been Millerlng with the then. Joseph vlltor, Saturday evening. , matlMii. Dr. J. C. Tracv, of Mound City," I here ; will be M-rvice at theCath wa In our city, Tuenlay aftenioon. ollc eluiich Sunday inoinliur. at t(l::;n, Win. I'ltininuiicc and Lawrence ''' ''v. J. J. Cniretky. KverjlMidy Chnmber motored to Fmbe, Tue-, wolf nine. day. . i, Albert .MeKown nml wife, of lllge. Phillip Knllmer, Jr.. of St. Jo- low, and .Ml Kettle Miittln, of Nu. 1-epli, pent Sumlay with relative pier. pent Sunday at the Albert Mar-liei-e. i tin home. Win. Crawford wa trnnactlng Win. KlUmnurlee ha purrhiiMil bulne In St. Joi-cph, Monday and the Tile Cheney home, niuth of town Tuecday, , , , I I He will keep the place for thi t-ea- llev. J. J. CnlTetky attended the son' crops, funeral of a friend In Kaiuas City, i (ieorge Allnhnc and llalph Meyer last week. IMiliiped n car of mixed Flock hoi' Kvangellnn Hutk, of Nodaway, 1 and cattle to the St. Joseph market, visiting her aunt, Mm. Perry Turney ihuwlay. nnd family. , John McMullcn teturned home, Walter Heck left last Wednenlay '1 liurday evening, from Chllllcothe, nigh for Oklahomn, to visit with hln .Mn., where he, had been visiting with hick mother. I hi family. Alls Kdnn Ocsterle, Miss l.ulu James htnnton, of r'jllniore, Is n wrawiorn anil r.ona .ukiii "ui vicinity wiut in nouso moving St. J.mepli, where he hml been visit ing iut relative. Ilcniv Coiiib. piiiprlelor of the I'liimer1 I'levator hen-, left Sunilny night for Mill Creek, III., where he I tiniiMirllng Inihlins, Ilmwinl S. Teote and wife, of Oiegoii. were visiting their mother, ,Mr. .niilll. la leaiK and .Mi. Albeit Wilier. St'iiday afternoon. Mr, licit Moody, of Lincoln. Neb., i visiting with her mother, Ml. P. A. I.nndet. und sister, .Mrs. Oscar Nnat'Min and family. -- Dr. licit W. H.ilH'ock tepoit a 10. lb. baby gill, born Saturday, Apiil 1.1, In Mr. and Mr. J. II. Hlvan. --Ninth Slpe. of Matyvllle, wn visiting seveial ihi the first of tin week Willi lii nephew, llrad.i Slpe, iiiki laiuiiy, aim oilier relatives, land. They have plenty of yam on hand for sweaters, nml are expect ing yam soon for sock. t Mr. Honnie Tay und family, ef Kansas City, nnd Mr, l.ulu Kdwanls, of Oregon, visltul Friday with Wib helley am fain v. Mr, lav nnd family lelutned to her home in Knu a Ul, I rulay eening. Mini' Mipennlendent of School-, jel W. I.aiiikin, of JellViMni Clt.-. gave us n nice lectiite on our school, Tucsdn) night. Quite a ctind enjoy ed In addioj.. ami we hope we w II haVe a rhame In hear him again. A. II. .leifrey urn in St. Joseidi, Monday, wheie he vlsitcil with his little giaimdai irlitiT. tim.ro Jeirn-v. who If in the Suter' llosnilnl. Mr. Jclfley lepoit that l'lance I get- ling lining nicely ami tiiey expect U bring her home next week. i.ailih Ales i r I carivniir Id riehl nrnt In a sling on account of one of hi horse kicking him on the arm wneu tie wns going to the Held, Fri day, to wotk. The horse kicked so linnl that It broke the large bone be low the elbow. We hope he will get all light in n shott tune. The Ihursilav afternoon rluhmet last Thursday with Mr. Neil Kunkel, when .Mi. I-. It. I.ltnn, of Tnikio, wn visiting hoi patents. A ileuMint uf tcrnoon u enjojed b the Indus present. Dainty Icfrctdimcnt wele served. The next meeting will he with Mr. Ilert W. llnlvock. We ure Nirrv to low our old friend, Sandy" Kunkel, who ha been I tunning n studio In our city the past winter. Mr. Kunkel say he will lcuo for Knu-as I'ltV some time thi weik. and will make hi home tliete, hut wll not be in the photographing buslnos thete. liiHxl tuck to you. "Sandy." Hill t V linker and l.ee Cotton left Inst Thursday for the Mavn hoMiitnl. at UodieMcr, Minn., where Knrrywlll be examiiieil and take treatmint if it I tuverMiry. Ilariy ha been in bad health the past several ears, but wo hope Hie doctor there will take liohl of the case and that he will recover in ii rlmit time. "Die) are all A met lean. - I'liete wn i-'Hi taken out in the Tliinl Lib' ort) Loan llond. Iat Thuri-diiy. by the t;., u. ,t t2. section, No. 1U which run ninth of our depot. Henry Yande veer, feitlou Isissj and on the se-tio'i, No. l'.i'a. mnuliig north of the ilenet. of whiili I'luv nn llooder I section bos. Iheie weic SJ.MI taken. -I'hi- hidic nml mrn ulin wi te ap pointed to solicit on the Tliinl l.ili- oil) !. il. dine in l ine. I Inwu Inp ilnl goon wiiik, coinnifiicing lliursila). llie. uota ioi thi- liiiirhii wu i I, -.'in I, I and they hnve moie than doubled it, by i-ei.ing :i.l.ti woitli li..n.i. i The Hi.i:e nl Foli'ot tnwnslup llle III Ih eongiatlihitiil on their hheinl e spuiife. We exped more to come in' define the ilrixe is oxer. Till w.i' given in up til Tuccd.iy iirieinmei,! Apiil Hi. - II any dlilnl. bete ate nii in iii-iii ,m ine iiiiineiii in nie lllllr 'l . mouth- n'd il.iughli r. iliailntte. of l;i liii" 1'ii'y and v ife, hu 'ie tn"ii , i " " ' mine Mie un plaji nig on the it. l'riila ieiung. the little grl fell over: when IN father pickul It up it ua diillnl tiial it" li'tle tigil arm mid enllnr Ihimi' wele I 1;. n. lr. Miiilmi i.i' r.'i'.eciie, imi- i..'el, .nul gn" thi iiici ai j tii nl n. i i.i. nn.i . all hi lie t'le liHIe eln d will gel ii'"llg lileelj, Mr. Il'iner 'en WI- fnlln eily Ms- Flhel l.eiii.e, who atti lliled nut M'hnu! Ii.-i -. .V'- Ililnn Oirlerle. who li'Mgin-il fiiini our high m-IiooI faculty bn.t IVi da on iiicounl of her lieallli. left Sui iililoy exeuliig foe Canieion, Mo., whi te hi' nil make an extended vimt with lelatixeK. Mlhs Alice Ollnger. of I'lllnnvllV. Mn., came Filday evening, and will take Mis l)iteiler place In leaching the high Md I I Mm Olltiger eooie Willi high Iioiioih from where ho ha- been teaching. Mi Oeterle's iiinii) fin ml heie are sor-! ry to see her leave, nnd hope tdio will I soon ncr resiine ner lieallli in u Hunt tune. We also welcniiie nul new teech er. Mis (llinger, In our city and iniioni CASH FOR EGGS. 12 doen Egg Carrier, reg ular 40c, Saturday Special 35c 2 15c cans Hebe Milk, Satur day only, 2 for - - - - 25c Labor Saving Laundry Soap, same as Ben Hur, Saturday Only, 10 bars for ----- 50c Only 60c worth to each customer. Oyster Shell, Little Chick Feed, Corn Chop, Shelled Corn. Cash For Hides Harvey Evans! "KF.I.IAIIII.ITY ALL TUB TIMK." J Cash For Eggs New Spring Coats, Silk Sweaters, Fine Wash Dresses, Child ren's Dresses, Juvenile 2-piece Suits, Silk Shirt Waists, Middies and Aprons. New linesof Spring Draperies, and Curtain Nets. New Dress Goods in Plain and Fancy Silks and Fine Wash Goods, Wool Dress Goods, French Serges, Storm Serges, Poplins, Gaberdines, and Batistes. t !...!. f Win. i:,,i,M.i.,.i..ir.,n... ii i ' . """'" m"I"-ic party wn parents of a Kldli. hahy ly. In.iii!SV Satimloi iiiiii iiliiL' Am II vi lie . 1 .'l"'!") 't'Kltt. I hey nil met nl iieirriiairu'w i,M!,en.h;'-e.,,,'t; ,' '".. i ': The M I-' Cllllil mel TiliMiilne nf l' 1 10 V'V "" '" " e,n,!!n wtuiMrsli! U. VhX'd nml "tn herearier dining the summer and fall, , ? , nlll , ! It Will meet nt the Meth.Hlt eluuvh. ' ' ' n ,1 U.f. ft TVisit,r.tU,u'tl,!r:M Lease, son, and other telatlve, 1 ' 4 "Vl el,IM,!. Mil' v.Xl r . - Mis William, teaela-r of the col- '.f ' , (' I l ,1 m .'l I '"l s;u,.;clehid!;!n0,o,iir:!, 'ii'-""- !: & 1 S 5 I n'rlllSI'dV nftel- vi;u.n,.wi,l, ,. Thom "'A L'Z",, You will be surprised at the reason able prices we show. Our heavy ad vance buying has enabled us to main tain these very reasonable prices for our customers. Itcd Thursday evening with Italnli Meyer and wire. Mrs. Kred Elton, of Tarklo, spent Thursday with her parents, Ncal Kunkel and wife. Itoy Anderson nnd wife visited Sunday with her parents, John Wag goner and family. Mm. I'avo Wallace wa on the sick list several days, last week, with a slego of la grippe. Mr. Win, Acton and daughter, Miss Irene, visited Saturday at tho Dr. Ilert W. Uabcock home, C. II. Rayhlll nnd wife and Ralph J. C. WHITMER, XDElsTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side f Square, Both Phones. moMQmmtmmf 6AVC MILES or STEPS outfit, moving several house for the people here, Kosroe VanCnmp and Mis Olive. Illcvlns, of the Wulnut (iiove district, visited Friday evening nt tho J. Alklre home. F.x-Mayor F.lllott Marshall, of St. Joseph, was up last Thursday, look Ing ufter huslness on hi form, south east of town. Mrs. Mahcl Oliver returned to her homo Tuesday from Klefer, Okla., where she ha heen visiting with Mr. Oliver's parents. J. I.. Andler nnd I.eo Heaver, of iiemon nisinci, snipped a mixed car of hogs and cnttlo to tho St. Joseph market. Mondav. Emcst l.unsfonl left Monday for muo jny, ajo., wnere no win lend mo singing in a tnree wccKs' pro traded meeting. , Riley Turney was In St. Joseph, Monday, and sold the Ico cream ma chinery of the Ice plant to tho West ern Dairy Comnnnv. v.aiicu ouiiuay wim jus mower, Mrs, uora ocanion, ana grandparents, H, B. Connell and wife. Foley and wife. In Ilrusli Cnllrce ,li iriui A very linimv alfair look nlnrn nt tho Inline of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Ernest -Mrs. Joe lHrch. of Iort Tnwnsen.l. :,.,,!f!,'. . ''"' Sun,l Washington, arrived h .rn lni " -iw '.Vl", "I ''vry nu g was ii.iet line nnii I a n ink m. nn j.l ..I " '"" Wll UllnKlllg 01 pie. -f.I'. Fltzmaurlco shinned ear' "fillf!1 h.aV of many 'good of rattle to the Kansas city market, Ktfila v of MiJ S, Alar,," to' he S" Jeltmarke " "''' ast week P ' lum,a of,irood things this great world airord. 11 ..? Those tirewnt wen. Mr. nml Mm. .1. K. 7: " reiurneil to liis lomo, nr(1. ,i j ,"o Vi,.....,,,,,, iT,',.t. In Duluth. .Minn.. Saturday, after nn Vrli.?.?'!,?!r' ni Mts.Mieiman llielt, exten,le,l .i t I. i.i. cVi.; i.n., '' .Hicnyiiiej .nr. nun mis. r.imer cle" Thomas Miller, nnd o 1 ,el . "rP V ."' ,Inl'R lt.('.r' rothy, of Ito tives here. -Mr. Mollto Gnlhralth Is moving endale; Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Edwards und family, Mr. and Mrs. (.'has. Wil son und daughters, Mary, Grace, Ivu , t i .. . I .! m ;,.V :JT" I: ." Kva, Alva Ferguson, Clarence Tho Leo Cider nml Vlnei-ni- r,, Dl.M'KEUS. has commenced to move their machin ery to their new location, In the For est City Ico plant building, which they have purchased. Frank Cook nnd family left for their home In St. Joseph, Monday evening, after a week's visit with his parents, N. H. Cook and family, nnd other friends nnd relatives here. Mrs. E. E. Corson and baby, of New Point, who has been visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Alma Caldwell and Miss Francis Terry, of St. Joscnh, spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Lura Terry, here. T Ml! VM CnM mai1 shipment MHl. tn rnlm.Hn on1 aV. WmI.hi tuS LSJ p,m FitJIn?urice, w T J.n't?d..f!innentl, la,t Wednesday points, eventualy expecting to reach turned home, Friday evening, from to the Holt County Chapter at Molt-the riclflc Slope. It. G. Itulev has heirun the foundn tlon for his new store building on the ground lately occupied by tho old Howell House, on the west side. It will bo 40x90 feet, nnd Is being built especially ror inn 'lenre oc Ituley hardware firm. Andy Tochtorman is the contractor. Frank II. Monrnn nnd sons. Reece and Vcmice, who have been visiting here for two or three weeks, the guests of his parents, F. S. Morgan and wife, left Tuesday of this week by auto, taking a camp out-fit, en- THE FITTS'EIINEER Mercantile Go. Oregon, Mo. M. K, Church Note. Choir practice, Thursday evening. Itcgulnr services next Sunday, morn ing nnd evening. Itev. Moorley hns been on the chnrgo winking In the Interest nf tho Missouri Wesleyan College, two days lust week and Monday and Tuesiluy of this week. Tho campaign for tho raising of ifl.MI.UOO endowment I now on. Thing ure moving nicely. The main part of tho soliciting Is to bo dono hero April 15-17. rASTOlt. l'rlmroso Gasoline. COOK & FOSTER. Three Duroc-Jcrscy Gilts, and ono Duroc Male. Farmers' Phone, No. 73. Tho rulo prohibiting licensed deal ers from dealing in livo or freshly killed hens between February 11 and April HO has been amended to end at midnight April 19, a telegram from tho United States Food Administra tion announced. Farmers are .warned not to glut the market with the end ing of the "closed season" on hens, as too many fowls on the market may result in food losses. Poultry stock should be sold gradually. Farmers will have better markets if they avoid glutting them. Universal marketing of fowls may react on prices as well as cause spoilage of dressed poultry. l'rlmroso Gasoline, COOIv & FOSTER. Mr. S. II. Reed, of Napier, In Oregon, Monday, visiting her fath er, Thoma Partridge, The county couit.Jast week, Hindu an Inspection of the condition of tho bridge and culverts of the county, Itev. M. H. Wilson was In Kansai City, thi week, in consultation with a speol.il Nt In regard to his health. Mr. F. E. Markt nnd son, Moyd, visited In Kansas City, last week, nnd were accompanied homo by Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Leigh, who returned home Sunday. Mrs. Leigh 1 a nlcca of Mrs. Markt. Emmctt Hinkle had the mlsfor tuno to get hi right hand caught In tho gearing of a rhnln drive tractor, April 10, hudly mashing the ends of thrco of his fingers. Dr. Hogan ren dered tho necessary surgical atten tion, and he is now getting nlong all right. John Vest and wife, of Maryville, wero hero Friday, driving over In their car, and spent the day with her cousin, Mrs, Wm. Turnhnm, and ol io visited with her cousin, Joshua Guth rie, of Lincoln district. Mr, V. waa a delegate to the I. 0. O. P. convention. Joshua and wife also spent the day with tho Tumhams.