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Ilurr 0k. Those who took dinner Sunday at the J, M. Illachly home wcte: Mrs. June illuclily. Mrs. Ora Dively, Mr. and Mm. I-cc Hopper and son. Mr. and Mrs, I'erry Stone and ion and Mr. and Mm, T. S. Illachly and daughter. Oral N'oland nnd family visited Sunday with lev. Noland and family. Tom l'ilkliiKtoii and family took Thanksgiving dinner with Ilia parent, I. '. I'ilklngton and family. The Jeff llulse chltdicn who have had the dlptherin und alro the real let fever, are Improving vriy fast, We are glad to hear. Lay a bet on rolling 'em with Fringe Albert C,WtM III the national joy smoke ROLLING your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just . ubout us joy'us a sideline us you ever carried around in your tjrip I For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your life as every "P. A. home-made" will present you I Prince Albert puts new smokcnotlons under your bonnet I It's so delightful rolled into n cigarette and, so easy to roll 1 And, you just take to it like you been doing it since away back t You see, P. A. is crimp cut and a cinch to handle I It stays put and you don't lone a tot when you ttart to hu& the paper around the tobacco I You'll like Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do In n home rolled cigarette, tool Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke pipes where one wnn smoked bnfore. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the way. And, me-o.my, what u wad of smokeaport wdl ripplu your wuy every time you fill up I AwKltrt vmif MMA, Mf'l find loppy rd f... ttdv ird fin. S.firf.om. found ttnil ,. ttttind ttn Sumttfof. nd IS.! fl.t., pttrtirtt pound eryltl ( Ut humidor wtth rtoft mnilMfr tpp fA.f A.p. FVifK Albeit In fh iffr1 rondtlmn I R. J. Reynold Tobacco Company WU.l.nj4t.m.N.C. Mm First Methodist Church. When your diction la poor, when Considering the weather, there wan your bowels uiu costive, when vour rctviecs . hieiith in had, when your stonmcit la u fine uttenilunce ut all tin lat Sunday, especially In the evening' sick or disordered, nml you Vihcn the pustois of the other chuichcsjuuguld anil low-spirited, 1'nckly Ash Mr. und Mm. Kveiett Agh' with u goodly number of the member-, Hitters Is decidedly the lemeily you y. Thev returned home hip of the churencs were present. need. It cleanse the vitul organs,! Jr. John Wlllett, fl Uwlnir to the fuel anil ui-uther inn. dltiona H wua deemed heat to clow? the iipcclul meetings, and ulao to hold the inid-ucck services ut private homea for uwhile. Order of services for Sunday, Dec. 7: Sunday school, U:45 u. in. 1'icach intc, 11 u. in. Youiik 1'eople' meet ing. Oi.'IU p. in., ut the parsonage. Union services ut the 1'resbytcriun church, 7:.t0 p. in. The pastors have ugreed to hold union services in lotullon ut the churches in UreKon until fuel condi tluna improve. , 11. A. DOUHIITV, I'ustor. KunKellcal Church. Sunduy school ut U:4I u. in. For our evening aervlce, we will Join the other churches In conserving fuel by having union evening service. The Sunduy evening aeivice will ho in the l'rcsbytcrlun nnd the Kvungcllcul minister will pieuch. Come and let um worship tjod In unify und oneness of heart. Nickcll's drove Sunduy school at 10 u. in. l'rcachlng service at 11 u. in, Y. 1'. A. ut 7:3U. l'rayer will be an nounced ut the morning service, und will be held Wcdnesduy evening In ome home. Watch for notice of our union ic vivul und pray for it, 1'ASTOK. purllies the bowels, uud impuits u line lecllng of strength, vigor and cheer- lulnes. nice l.'J.ri per bottle, lien nlngor Drug Co., Special Agents. New I'olnl, Mr. K. S. Wiirron and son, Wal lice, fnnn (tlenwiHiil. Inwn. sncnt feel Thanksgiving heie with his daughter, r (inn nun rib lay. om Gordon, rresh)lerinn .Notes. I'logrum for next Sunduy, Dec. 7: Subhuth school begins ut l:4fi o'clock. Harvey Kviins, supcrinten dent, lesson, "I'eter und John Asleep In d'ethscmunc," Maik 14-:iJ:t2. Don't let the weuther keep you uwuy, The lessons uie too proiitublc to miss, I'icuching hy the pastor ut It o'clock. Theme, "Our High l'riest." lleb, 4-l.V The young folks ure urged to stay over ironi Suhbath school to this scivlrc, Farmers' Light Plant Co. ()Ki:t;o.N, Mo. What did your neighbor tell oil about Stnndaid A und the (!old Coin l loui 7 We sell llhick Tw Ig and oik tipples, nice honey, nuts, rutiily, irniiuea. hmneror glnncs, cheese, sorehum. best flour in the county. salmon, smoking und chewing tobacco, meal, griihiim flour, limonis, cotlee better and less monev. Host uuto oil ill county. Ohio casing. Inner tubes, cclciy. Try our lite coffee, 2."c sweet lilckles ut -w While they last. Com puii' our rookiea ut i!."e per pound to thixe vou nml in ;ioe aim iw. .nii the Imi this earth prisluces, ut J'J.i'.O tor .ii)U-li. inn I el at our store, ny our extra, fvtiii tiunsmisslon g lease. inn save ldc ii can on coal oil lure, m those luscious winter .Nells ih'iiis, If it Is inner tubes, tiv the Manhattan iltlx.l or ;iu.x:i'i. I liese tuties will sluiiil test none other will. We almost forgot to tell you we nte getting KKI mote pleased blocks of that strong suit. I'.' tier rent stronger than white .Michigan mocks, inoy weigh iu ins., nml we win sell (hem at ,iie per mock, The) satisfy the stock. If you want your meal to lake sun nuicKiy, Use our bariel suit. All the great park ing houses use this In Plcforvnce to any other. We need the room und win sen lor a short tune at ?..ou per buriel. Quality und price, too, counts with us. Your Judgment Is final and we will let you huve the hist word Our Ohio auto tin s me good for (i.OOU miles hest tire lilinle. We sell Hon ilens milk, i he miiK in yourown iniiq bin ki t is not so puie uud has millions or niicroties in it. iiotuen s has none (let llordeu's for babies, chlldlen, sick people oi general Use. Mr. and Mr, Hoy Noland visited, ter, Kfthcr ami Don, Mr. and Mm. nt the Jas, Illcvins home, Thursday. Tom Stone, ulr. nnd Mrs. Terry Stone Mr. and Mrs. T, S, Illachly Invited nn,i .n. o.nnten mi.. iih run- in a number of relatives and friends ford and the host nnd hostess. All to eat Thankselvini? dinner, ulsn to , left wlshlnir them mnnv more such ecltorate their little daughter, Lois' linnP' ,la"' irthday. Thanksgiving duy. little , 1 1?.1 w" "". 0'.,cr. 'PPT . l)ls ifccived several presents nnd n ' f v: 'nni Ihnnksgiving night. .uuntlfiil dinner wns spieiid, After ronyiwo were piviu.ni, anil .they all hnner the men went on their unnuul ! u K"l time, und hope thnt then: rabbit hunt, killing n number of nib- wm oc "other oyster supper soon, bits, Those tuesent were: Mr. and! Miss Kern Howies visited Sunday Alls. Vlnce Hopper und sons und nt the Dick I.lppold home. ilnughter, r.lln, Joseph anil Vtii. II. A.; Margaret Hopper Is on the sick itutiii-n .um ii.iiiKm'i i-t-iii, .ii. uimi iisi, p are sorry lo hear. Mrs. Jake Dively. Mr. and Mrs. J. I... .c,ir. .,,.. ,, ..,.,. , , Anno ami sons ami Daughter, Vtllma, l ,.u ' - Tom I'ilklngtnn und fumlly visited J. M. Illachly ami family, Satunlay. II. A. Howies spent Sunday with i ueoige .uinion. llernlce Leach Is on the sick list, I hut we Iiom si ,s on the toad to re : covery. I Miss lluth Watkins spfnt llmnka. i giving with h"iiii' folks. --Those Who to k dinner lit the II. A. Howies home were: Mrs. It. V. 1 Hudglns and son. Ilium, Mrs. (turns, I Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Illachly and sou . nml daughtiM. Lslhet und Leon. KC10. Shoe Yourself nt IUVVSON'S. ( Bvcry Pair Cunrnntccd to Your Knlirc Satisfaction. Hubert and Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. S. W Anno nnd sons. I'aul. (ieorgc nnd Jesse, Mr. and Mrs. Worth Anno and son, (ieialil, .Mr. uud .Mrs. Joe West, .Mrs. Jane Illachly. Mr. und Mrs. Lev. .Nolanil and ilaughler, hi inn, .Mi ami A is, J. .M. Illachly and son und duugh- HOMcy nncr. 1lhot,l nurtllonirtlwnl V.I. ftillnll,-lirslitvntrR, tin . Till,,. Hiniwnni l,,h n Don't httpm" il.. n c- I I iu ollirr I'r.lp.rnn It tr.i MunrtS.I.h.ii,li,pJ run dffdl el Ij, h lili Vvu.tf.l l.if on our Mmnrt I'., I Cu.,nf... T,v ii .1 ci .... TOOA.Y VlUf 'is K. 0. I'llll.I.ir.-, DrnggWc. Farmers' LiKht Plant Co. ohi:;on, mo. Mo., and sister. Mis. I.urv KnirlnoMil fiuni Wichita, Kansas, who hue been here visiting their mint, Mis. IllukO' ly, for the past two weeks, leturnei home Sunday. Thev weie acromnani ed na fur us St. Joseph by Ciamlinu innkciy, who will visit tier iluughter, Mrs. John 1'olley, for a few days. While hero Mr. Wlllett preached two sermons ni the christian church. Mrs. (i. W. I,cntz entertained the following guests to u Thanksgiving dinner: Itev. und Mrs. II, It. Muinhey and family, Mr. and Mrs, ('has. 1'lehls and son, Mis. I.ucv Knulund, Mr. John Wlllett und (irundma lllukely. Miss Kdlth Lent went to Killmoie, last Wednesday, where she has seemed u position In the central office ut that if Old 1 Roliable 7ephyr Flour For Sale Hy S. M. HOWARD. Fot tescue OUA SCItlVNKK. Cialu I. S. DANKiiltS, Coining CATKOX ci SON, Hlut'lw .1. 11. CAK'I'KU STOHH CO.. Mound City C. F. KEIFER, Forbes Union seivicea will be held In Ibis church ut 7;:IU o'clock, ull the churches nlr.ro iiurtlc puting. Itev. Wohlgemuth, of Mr. und Mrs. Tom Cain anil sons, ho r.vunBcllcu chuich, will preach Micnt Thanksgiving with Mr. und Mrs. the ."erniori. Special music will bellverett Agler und fumlly. furnished by tlio choir. This union Itev. Mui-phey held seivlces ut UK will ineetl not only bring ull chrls I'roRram. The Woman's Koreign Missionary society of the Methodist church meets ut the hume of Mrs. 11. S. Tcurc, Kri duy, i!::iO p. in., with Mrs. Teure und Mm. Maria Whitmer us hoateases. The following program will bo given; Song. Devotlonala. l'rayer. 1'rograni leader, Mrs. Tochtermun. Our history, Mrs, S. A. Meyer, Iteading, She Cureth, Mrs. Weimoy er. Solo, Grace Ualley. . Iteading. The Muster Wants You, Mrs. Frank Koatcr. Heading. The Wall of tho Women, Mrs. Jullu King, Heading. Tho Peking Medical School, Miss Llbblo Munaon, Music, Iteading, Mrs. lirent's New Commit tee, Mrs. S. O. Itumaay, Uusiness. Closing. SKC'Y. tian people toether for worship, but will enable ua to conserve the fuel supply. Chiistlan Kndeavor meets ut fl :.'!() o'clock. Muster Luwivncu Lchmer Is leader. Topic, "Truths thut Jesus Tui'ght," Jiutt. D.:i:i:i, John 'lUKi. There weie 2fi out lust Sunday. There will he no pruycr meeting or choir practice Wednesday nights us long ua tho fuel famine luats. Arrangements ure under way to put Daman!, Sunday. Mrs. Ilotkin's new1 house ia nearly completed now, Lust week, work was begun on the basement of the new Iiduku Mrs. Kneale Is going to build here. Albert llender spent Sunday with Robert and Dewey l,ent. Albert nnd Dulo llender weie St. Joseph visitors, Monday, Mr. ngd Mrs. Willis Acton and family, Mr. nnd Mm. Kred Divherund KOR SALE. Randolph County Farm, SCO acres, 00 acres In virgin timber, bulanco un der cultivation, 9 room house, two large barns, fair fences. 7 miles from Jloberly. Mo., a city of 18.000 people. On oil road. A real farm at f 160 per Acre, uwneii uy DR. M. R. NOLAND. 401 Reed St., Moberly, Mo. List your farms with A. W. Cotten for results. J. C. WHITMER DENTIST X-ray Service. PROUD BUILDING Oregon, Mo. North Side of Square Both Phone? rnrmli. firwl M i nml M ru Will ' . on u Christnius cantata, the members and family spent Thanksgiving with of our Suhbuth school being the prin- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis und fumlly, rinals In same. WILLIAM THORNTON WALKKR, I'astur. o IK'ath of I'rank Kauchrr. Krnnk Kuucher, a brother of tho late William Kuucher, of this city, and who used to visit heiu iulte frequent ly und knew many of our people, wuh suddenly stricken at Clinton, Iowa, one duy last week, dying the following Saturday, Nov. I'J, lull). Ills home wua in St. Joseph, and he wus well known throughout this section us u millwright und builder of grain eleva tors, und wus thus enguged ut Clinton, Iowu, when he wus stricken. He wus about Ci years of age, and was born in Oermantown, Ohio. He Is survived by a wife, one daughter and two sons, both of whom weio In service during the war. He located In St. Joseph about 40 years ago, Lawrence Kuuch er. assistant superintendent of the railway mall service ut St. Joseph, Is a aephew. The Kldelly and Casulty Cc, of new one, win tnsuro you against loss of time by Illness or accident. For particulars, call on A. W. Cotten, local agent. If You Are In Need of a loan upon your land xqe believe it will pay you to write us. Our ex aminer will oall. Fair rates. Long time. Low commissions. Option of pre-payment. WELLS-HINE TRUST CO. Savannah, Missouri i I IB ! " 807 I'KI.IX St. Joseph, Mo. USED CARS I Member Retail Merchants Ass'n Me hQ Fares Itehalrd Train or Auto fp -w-vt - -r i- ftS m FOR SALE m holiday i m FOOTWEAR ffl ALL IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER M Choice Styles m afolGiVls"1"1' $ 4ChevroIet5,ModcI490 Eg SLIPPERS H 1 Buick Touring Six j& Dainty Models for m 1 Bu'ck Touring Four. jj Dress, nndall kinds 4 , s of Felt nnd Leather m 1 Dodge louring. m House Shoes 2fl , .... T , m unctPDv m 1 Dodge Touring Winter Top. m e . . m 1 Ford Touring. sa Superb quality 59 sfl StrliTve" 1 Ford One-Ton Truck. suitable for ifts j ford, with small truck body. Mail orders tfiven most m 1 Maxwell. W i careful attention. m kru I SEE US. I Call and Settle I C00K & FOSTER All parties knowing themselves in- fia gcj ilebted to the lato John F. Foster aro RTU 5u m m wun tno aominisirnior, james rt. auODWttQqBJBE Foster, who will be In Oregon for the tenfentenlanfenlar next three or four weeks. JAMES A. FOSTEIt. 80 ACRE FARM I IP- ZB-A.33j3 ffi FOR SALE! I AUCTIONEER, . m uregon, rao. ?i ' ' m Sales called anywhere and everywhere that my JhrfTuf.,rwe,,.,r.0WnfdMby 1 services may be solicited. m M Charles Dobbins, three miles Sh p i , . 1 . r . . I De jm, northwest of Forest city. S Same old terms and satisfaction guaranteed. S ,M i m bee me for dates as early as possible, as every day jjp . li S is being taken fast for the future. m W ApP,y, Yours for business, i J PETREE BROS., s p M BABB Auctioneer B i OREGON, MO. NSSSSiHESESHJIRla WWW HWI I III , I II III near Savannah. The W de-Awake e ass of the Christian Sunday school will jjivi; a home talent play In the near tuture, entitled "Cupid's I'urtner." I.isik for announcement later. I.um rutterson cnteitalned the membniK of the hand, Satunlay nlKht, wun an oyster supper, itobert nnd Dewey Lent und Curtis Lemon ulso uttended. They ull leport a fine time with plenty to cat. DASC0.MII. o W. K. Cooksey und fumlly remov ed this week from Kouto 4, Oiokoii, to near Hamburg, Iowu, on a furni, where they expect to mako their fu ture, home, Muy health und prosperity bo theirs in their new home. Ira J. Cruln und fumilv. who have bce.n living on the Mike lluntz farm,! requested to call und settle ut once in tne vtoouvnio scnoot district, east of Oregon, had a public sale, Tuesday of this week, and as soon us they can get packed up will remove to Kansas City, Mo., their former home, where Mr, Craln will return to his former work, railroading. Wc are sorry to havo this splendid family leave us, but wish them health and happiness in their new home.