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jo LOAN ON-
1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Years' Time !
Thee Points of Advantage Over Otter Loaning linns.:
jJK3rJnt. A vory Low Commission charged.
C4flind. No delay. Money furnished within FIVE days after upiillsntlon
taken, if tit lo perfect
CSay-rtnl. Where Loan is renewed, no charge iv Abtiact.
ftJf yon are thinking ol making n new loan or renewing i old ue, it
will pay you to come Mid sec me, nuil by o dning servo your owji hiteiv.it. Cor
j.es.pond.'nee solicited. Will be at Muxlow's Hotel, Mound City, every Saturday.
J. FOSTER MARSHALL,
f Hf GlANT OYEMLll
Tiic.aibove eut represents oqr best Overall, which wo nlnim is one o(
ilheBlKST in tlie Muifcct for their jSL'PEUIOUITV in Miike, Kit and
IXurithiliiy. Wlien yfM come to the
Do mil fnllitti.call ntmir store unl liny .1 pair of (ilANT OVEUALLS
iinil'ltxit'lJiflriuirj'lin Also bearin pi'iud (hat we nrc
tor tho'besl sdiertioii of Dry Oo6d and Notion", tlio Nobbiest Line
of Monx'utut lti4i' ( lothiug, 1111 1 1 tlio best .Slock of Ilool.saud Shoes,
Hats, iGnittV Fiirnwdiiiig Goods of any house nutidc of Si Joseph,
wntl iitr jM'ipwttflut defy iviMiputltinii. A cordial invitation to out)
mid nil to visit us, whether you wish to ptuotia-e or not. l'llee-list
whI Samp cs of Dry (iooris mailed to those tlisit cannot visit u. llti
liit'iiiliiH' ililic jilana,
St Joseph Co-Operative Store,
GIOE&E RAPP, Manager, Maitland, Mo.
ff. m & 3. S. KEIYOl
HarJm, Tinware, In Poops, SeeilUgricinrallilementsEtc
Lumber and Biiilding Material
Bnggiss, Wages, Spg fawn Harness, Miles, Trunks, Eta,
Iullli'll iuL I'aWlh-Kiili-, nt my ri-Hilc'iice W
tulles KiMlU;;ikJ iJ ."dunuU ('It;, nil
TiiK.su.vy, aiaiVJfurM, u. im,
Ih followlnir jlcsf rlhcil iwnipi-rty I
A lot of iw liolfrm nuil J.i,Ivh, f hikii! kNH-l;,
:i lu'iiil steiTH. i'iiiiiIiik ttiituiMt.
lit of Hturk Hors,
. Hpiill of ciiiiiI Work Mules
J IIiuikI Mnn-s,
1 L'omlillii'il Hi-ainTiilMlllWi-r.
1 Wii -mi ;inl li'irniliiT lliviiWudiiits,
,Wi' nf fiirn.' '
Tl!)UIH:A rrtMUt of 111 I if iiiniitll.i will !
jKlvt'ii, iiirtJiiii'r ftl viiij: jtuVi) illlt tiiirornl
It) CONTRACTORS. "
I .will uUlii'.rmiit, rltje, in ttit City of On
i;iUi 1I0U I'otintv. Mii.afft Hi'iti-inlii-r Kill,
wtweeu tin' Iumr of jyTiKl 3(T.-ilrt lit puli
JiutlTunlwii A'liiliiimTlDii lirtiltfri. One forty
fdut snail, iiviT Mill trrrk, nrnr tho resliteni-e
Ait Paulcl J lab ii' pdiil n thirty fcKil Hpiili nvoii
aik'kiiry -CriMik, neur t'ic rt-slilcnoi of .foiin
a'l'liiuuiT. All litiivT tliulifrs In tin of ImrrO
.Oilk. Ilv-ir.iul J0W-1 In lie of Hill. Alt lililsFllh
jci'ft to tlio iitiirrbt nf tlio county court, tint
jiliiiiHiuiil Hiii'ddi'iillims liuiilro of Itiuil rw
' 1 1 W, M. MOItWH,
tnmt nail BrlilBf CoiiiIiiIhhIoiut. Holt Comity.
For Choleru. Morbns.Cliolera Iiilaiitum,
iDynemeiyi Diaithnua, Collii, Cramp,
ivte., tmd nil Sumniai' CiJaiplaliits of
fhllilrt'ii. l'lir sain at
' J. l HOSTHTTER'S.
Jut rt'colvw' 'it M.
liOlunev'H 11 lui'KO Htoclc i
Spliottl BooIcb tuxl Wtiition
ery. The public aro invited
to enJI and examine ptock,
The Eflaitland Fair
will open mi
At iviiioli tbne, and olt!ii beforb xi.s
po-bible, Miu w ut to call
and sen the
Maitland Store !
Our Slock id now; our goods ari Jlrsl
elasB; our prices are low, anil wo will
ui:ert ourcelve.s to pleiuw yog. Wo car
ry everything usually found 1 ,;i
Why flKwjtdn't yououie ,to eqo us?
HE1ISHBERGER '& LEWIS
MAlTApD. MO. (
Go to Dr. M. JLolimeiH
your School lloolcii and S(u
tioaory, Fancy and Toilet
Articles, Pure Drugs, and
ovorytlitytfusuaily found In
a First-OlasH drup; fist ore.
J.ot or' utrnviil a bald fsofil-norrel poniy,
(Ti'.xiiH) frOni-iltielirr'snaitiiri) 3'i inllet norlli
list of jDrvKftti 'nllni'nil rcwiirif lifulvi'ii
fir iafonsatliiii to rrruvcry .of snlil imiiy.
Oregon; Missouri, Friday,
BEAD THIS 1
There nro sereinl hundred ofivur
subscribers considerably beliiud on sub
scription . We trtut.tkey will neglect
this matter no longer. It amounts to
only a dollar or two to each of them,
but (o us It innount.s to over !?l,000i)f
liRid-curiied money. Put yourself in
our place wouldn't you want tho eaMi?
Ilefiiilus, we are really 111 urgent need
of it. -Subscribers can nsccrtain the
amount of arrearage by referring tu tho
dalo on their paper immediately follow
lug their name. You run remit by post
oflleo money older at our uxpeujc Wo
liu.rt that we will be spared the neces
sity ot phelugducso aeeouuts in oilier
Inuids for eolleetlnn.
-t-"l.et 20 dttt 1mm."
Our schools commence next
Miss Lillio Kauehor le'iirned home
Circuit const adjourned Monday
A.K.Wil iaiii",ls vislllng Ilez Smith
at Winfield KaiK.ii .
.Indge Kelly and wife spent Sunday
in our city with friends.
John Vess, of Omaha, Nebraska. has
been in the city several days.
A (ieinecker bus for sale at 20 cents
per gallon puri Wder viueizar
Ocr city is well rcpicsented at the
St. Joseph Exposition this week
Master Jacob Welter, of Maitland,
was in oiireit.v a lew days tlio ast week.
Mrs. Hello I.ewollen wee Elder is
(ptite ill at her home in Edgartou, ICau
Charles anil crank Kauehor were
visiting their brother In this place, Sun
Ah (ireene has tin contract fur
painting the A. J. Sutton residence in
Ab. II. fireon has just completed
two excellent piecu of sign work for
- No man who has a futility should
be so iiiL'g.inlly as lo do without Ids
Mrs. Alex VanUu-klrk,has leturncd
from her Nebraska visit, and A ex U de
The September number of the St.
I.ouis Spectator comes to us bright and
spmkling as ever.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. lMnki-ton will bo
"at home" in their elegant nrw cottage
after the lOtli lust.
Uov. Hawley and wife, Atchison,
county, tiro visiting Mrs ilawlcyssister,
Mrs. I'anulo Frame.
--'jto'lie giounil is too htird to plow,"
is .llo cry tiiat lias nee coining irom
invfi' parts of the bottom for a week
Frank Tiueblood now nits on that
debaker wagon, with tu much pride
tlieyonng-ter btraddles hid new hob-
-Mr. Samuel Sluitts, who has boon
sH'iuling a couple oi weeks at Spir.t
Luke, Iowa, returned to his home in
his city last Tuesday.
The witty end of the Kansas Chief,
Iikti. Sol. Milb r and her sou, Willie,
biU'tiwAjeti spondiug a few das Willi her
bilxtiui, H'ni. Katiclier.
C. lloiiuen, wife and daughter
of Iliiiuliolilt, Nebraska, were
Ing thera many 1'rleiuls at the
last Kowe, on Satiiulay.
luster Lawrence Kaneher return
ed iiiViio bal J'riday. froth Atcliuuii
eotii'A-, wlicre he has been working for
MrJfioUn Sillers since April last.
'Ue.iiRflv wlio foituil a pocikotbook
''ffdiig a pair of gold ear ring, in the
'it yarn pari: on last fciuurnay, is
rewfl'led to Icai o llio same at this of-
iss Lou Arnold, who n lo.v years
o lliight a class in music in mir city.
is i rrleil at home in Uinalia. Neb.,
Wlkl. Mr.Caryall orJlostoji.Mass.
ways, 'if yon think
b;irgaius .to offer .in gduorul
e, ."lust ooiuo ilowu ami
LWiuits to.dLiiiose of bison-
iXarlliHS of .cost for cash.,
ForcRt City eltizeais wo under
tfl t,jJo treated to a,blj Jiorse
oiii bati.&tay, wo uppobo tlio
;i ciowd 4111 bo there, mid Major
Tom Tenvo will bo "on
Our young .Vvyor, Charles W,
UliiflK IV no liniwn'll tulfti tint nnnnlnf.
nt as Hpeclal olroV Judgs to try the
uiii.MiiiiB uuau ui rciiiu vh uou eouu-
Tlio success altalnVl by Mr. Thorn-
as a Jawyei'i la rcni'Vkablo and his
euiion for this mlriMso is a worthr
lijit,o I? ,1,11s learning ?,nd ability.
Ask Pat Tancney how he likes t
sample Tom. Hitide's iHmonadc.
(Jo to 1). M. Martin's for your
Wagon Sheets and Hows.
John Martin and wlfc.Miuind City,
were In Oregon Wednesday.
Miss Amanita Elder left Saturduv
for Edgarlon, Kansas, visiting Iricuds.
Mr. A. (ieinecker Ion ptue cider
vinegar for sale at 'JO cents per gallon,
-Ed Hart, of Maitland, has purchased
eighty acres of land in Nodaway cuntv.
Joe Henry and Irving liny, of Mait
land. weie in our oily a low days hist
Call on A. (ieinecker for pure ap
plo cider vinegar. Onty 20 cents put
A goodly number of our eili.ens
are taking in the St. Joe Exposition,
James Neal void forty head of hogs
lat Tuesday that averaged !1!I0 pounds;
C. W. Pierce, of Forbes township,
threshed ilC") bushels of Ten wheat fioin
The olllee of the Holt county Pi ess
has been moved to the corner of liio
Howell House block,
The lake iinar Fitzin.iuriec's is
nearly dry. and the pond iilifs have a
hmd slengglo for existence theie,
-The Jennie Holinan ConiliiMitioii
will play, this Thursday evening, that
popular Irish diam.i, "Kath ecu .Ma
iiitig, bv O. V,
at tlie Christian Church
both morning and eve-
Hil'. Tim public mr-
- -Shei ill' Castle ntul Prosecuting at
tornej O'Fa Ion. went to Callaliu last
Tuesday, to heir thu arguments in the
great James nial.
Mrs. ,J. Vt . Taylor who lias been
the guest of Iter brother iu-!iu,-, Min.'V
Tsi lor, has rel-.incil to her hoiue in
Netiiiiha, Noln iikUn.
Those blight suiilingVacm ot Misxis
Carrie Limp and It't le lturgtt, of
Forest ('Ity, lieanicd in up m lis Sat'ir
day I list Conic again ladies,
Tho many fitrnds ol Prof. Arm
strong, will I e pained to learn of his
death, which occurred at his home in
Wyandotte, Kansas, a short time ago.
Kev. C'arotliors will preach at the
M. E. Churc'i, ibis city, nu.t Sunday
both morning and ovenliig.Tliu general
public arc cordially invited to the servi
Frank Ott, engineer for the II. E.
Denny thresher, while threshing on the
faun of .liio, Meyer got his hand caught
between the slides on I lie engine mash
ing very badly.
A gold enameled bracelet wan lost
Tuesday evening bulwcen the Presby-
ler'au church and the open a house.
The Under will bo lowarded by leaving
the samo at this ollice.
Mr. and Mis Jas E. Cummins,
will be the giio;s of Mrs Judge An
derson, sister of Mr. ('nuitnm for a
few weeks, after which llicy will lie "at
home" in iho Mrs. Marklaud propeity.
Public school commences next
Monday. Parents should see that their
children are at school on the opening
day, as they will thus save the teachers
and scholars irucli. trouble ami anno;
N. C. Hatlicld, giabi buyer, Forest
City, is now icady to buy all Iho grain
you can take to liim, and pays the high
est, cash market price. He ean be
found in the t-torc building formerly oc
cupied by Joe 0 roves.
Kemeiiiber that the Jennie Ho'uiaii
Combination will give uuo of their un
rivalled entertainments every evening
this week at Sturrett's Oiicra House.
Popular prices ot admission; no extra
cliargo for icserved seats.
Henry Hodewalt, generally known
as "Hooker," died of cancer, at Aigo,
Nebraska, last week, He will be re
membered as tlio man who tried to
capture John L. Stanton on the struct
ot Oregon, during tho war.
L. I. Moore, our oilleient deputy
sheriir, went to Joflorpon City last wock,
having m charge Wallace Cuyiut, who
WAticiJtonccit at the late term of the
circuit court, to the poniloviiary for
a three yours' term, for burglary com
mlttod ul Maitland this summer,
After a lengthy dltcustlon upon tho
subject "Jackets" and through exper
ience lu their uFo, Pete (iiilbreth, Vino
Hovey and C'aplain Stambiiugh, give it
as .their decided opinion, but without
any profanity, that the yellow kind aro
of JltUo use lu warm weather. They
Ae not Inrtuor.eed by sordid considera
tions in giving oxpiwslon to (Ids opln
Jon, they being wholly disconnected
with any Iiou-b engaged in the manu
facture or side of any other kind. They
also give it as their united opinion, that
Into in tho fall Is the bust tune for pull
September 7, isss.
Work has commenced on the levco
A few FccomMiaud wagons mid
buggies at 1. M. Mai tin's at bargains.
-W. A. Crono,of New Point, will run a
lunch stand :u Maitland ditilnglho fair.
Will ;onK.'l,of Cnlon, township will
attwnd school at Stnnhorry this winter.
(ieoige Coliin and Charley Kulej
will sell confectioneries at the Maitland
Mrs. F. S. Unstuck and her son N. (!.
arc in llrowu county, Kansas, visiliui:
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, of St.
Joseph, are visiting relatives in Loult-
Henry Spitlcr, of Ohio, a for
inor resident of thi county.is vi-itlng old
D, M. Martin is putting up a nob
by set of double buggy harness for J.
We acknowledge the rei lept ot cop.
ies of the Daily .Orcgiuii.iu, published
at Portland, Oregon, irom Wilton U.
II. Thomas, and wifr, and their sou
Etviineit, of Craig, spent seveial days in
Oregon, the past week, the guests o i
Mi.i II, -til 1 Mill., l..,.l- ..f
" '"' Ik,
wntie t in. ii, iansas, aticuiictt ine
.. ... . ....
lint vest Home fe.itivillcs in our city,
C. (). Denny, lias hosts of friends
in our city, wuo will lie gtail to learn
tli.it he will attend the (ilasgow- school
Two cars of voting cattle pascd
down fruin I'lariuda last week, for
Southern Kansas. Large numbers ol
stock cattle have gone west tl is dim
mer to grow up with the country, and
the T;k.'kio Vallcyers furnished several
.lUutisaud of the total number.
The popular Jennie llolttian Com-
sination, who are occupying the hoards
at Sleriett's Opura House this weelk.arc
itf.lclass lu every ropcet, and those
who wi.h to cnj' y a raiv treat should
patrotii.e tlicui Tln-y ivill never regret
the iiiouc sjn tit, tiiid long tor their re
-Col. J. W. Siockor, director aud
I'lcniberof the committee on transput'
latum, reports thai the ('., It. .x: (j., the
C. & N. W.,lhe C.U.J. & l'.,and the C.
M. & St. P. Uailroads will each sell ex-
rursiou tickets forjthe reunion at Mary-1
villc,Mo,,froni all points where twenty
live tickets or more can be sold, for four
cents per mile, round trip, (tiiat is, two
cents each way). 'Thu Wabash SI. ..&
P., and tho K. C. M Jo & V. It. roads
have also fixed upon the.auie rates.
The K. C, St, Joe & 0. It. railroad
company will run special trains over
its lit e during the St. Joseph Exposi
tion week, as follows:
'17 -l a m ....Corning,.,. U 'Jtf n m
7 l a in ....Craig U 1ipm
8 Oli a m .... Itigdo w .... H T7 p in
S loam .... Napier 8 It! p m
is '.' a in Finest H it.' p in
8 -ID a in ... Foibes 8 l'Jp in
!) 10 a in ... St. ,lovit h.. 7 L'O p in
At no time in tin history of our
county lias a court been held with
greater satisfaction to lawyers aud liti
gants. Judge Kelloy rendered tome
important decisions which weie mark
ed with clearness of thought and a
thorough iindeistaiidiiig of the reasons
of tho law. His conduct upon the
bench drew from foreign lawyer in
attendance, mauv highly complimenta
ry leinirks upon Ids habits as -. student,
mid as a man of rcinarkable legal abil
lly. No judge in the State excels him
in these clmractenstlcs; nor uathers
from the tiial of a cause a more sue I
elnet undeisiauding of the points in is
sue. Ills rulings are piomil and elicit
universal respect. No circuit judge
has a wider reputation, than .Indue
Henry S. Knlley. He is noted for hu
imliutry, and for his com toons treat
nient of lawyers.
Tho Southwest Iowa and Northwest
Missouri Veteran Association will hold
Its annual reunion at the fairgrounds,
Eminent speakers, to-cit: (itmcrals Lo
gan, Cool; roll aud others, aro e.xpouted .
A grand street parade on the S.'dh.cnm
posed of old soldiers, sailoiv,unifonnod
societies, etc. There will also bo during
the exorcises guard mounting, drilling,
dress parades ami an extensive and int
eresting sliam battle, good quarters ami
cooked rations will bo furnished. All Iho
boys ni'ooxpcotedlto join organized com
pnnies,or bo assigned lo tlieni on arrival.
Each is expected to furnUh himself with
iv blanket, plato, knlfo, fork and spoon.
Uc'ducod rates on all railroads. All ex
soldiers who doslro nttendingjlhis reun
ion are invited to unite with Christian
Meyer Post 0. A It , at Oregon. They
will pleaso send Iholr names, with com
pany and regiment to W. 'I' .Eddyuar
Prof. Drake, Mound City, is vis
iting in tho city.
Wiis Kennedy and wife were 'visit
ing friend in Mound City last week.
Miss Muguie Dowr.ey of Minne
sota Valley is veiling Miss Ella 0' Fal
lon. -S. W. Morrison Is tu Soitthnorii Kan
sas, looking at He. Smith's slono fence
and other .sights.
-J. Foster Marhall has money to
loan at six per cent. Call and ee him
if you want to borrow.
Will Colllns.nublishor f iho Odell,
Nebraska, Optic, is pending tho weak
in our city, yelling his lather and
Mrs. Henry Smith aftet a pleasant
visit witli relatives and Iricuds in Ore-
' gon, returned to her home mar Mound
i lYy, last Wednoidav.
I Empire Paint and sign shop Is tlw
I place to call and get your work done.
' A. II. firecn Is thu proprietor. Look
I for his advertisf.ti.ent next week,
Miss Matlie Martin, a charming
I young lady of Clarinda, Iowa, after a
pa Nies and other friends in our clly,
ictui ned home last Wednesday.
....... . . t .! ...f.l. I , .. .
School comineticed lasl Mohdtiy....
I Snllll-.. Tlnivul- UT.,il .,kl ,i i. L- in T,,il-.
"1 J "i'-
e s... , t i
iax ns. .-situous ami laiuuy icii
for I laniburg.last Saturday, when; they
will make their home Miss Louise
Traub who lias been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Xuok, leturncd to her
homu in ltuek Port, last Wed iicmIiiv.
Harry Strickle r and Pii'.toi. s.e..t
, ... , , ... . ,
about twenty minutes in a hard tiissel
lasl Fihlay in the Milliard Hall, thry
botti came out pretty well scratched up,
Mrs. Ell Davis returned from her
extended visit to her parents at Glen
wood, last Sunday Miss Fannie
has returned fr.iin her visit to Marv
ville Mr E. J
Kellogg was lu :
j town Sunday and Monday
L. lltirkhalter expects his mother ami
brother from Cauidc!i,()luo,this month.
Mrs. liuivlialter will make Craig her
home There was a dance al (ittil
Hams hull last 'J'httisday evening
1'cv. Maiipiu pleached in Hock Port I
last Sunday. ' He was assisted by Mus
ter Whitmcr We have had an
! aMitidaiicc ot lights this summer
Will Mailt in s'aitcd for Illinois, last
Sunday W. L. I'iiffe was in Cr.iig,
.John Stokes and
taiiuly spent Sunday with their daugh
ter, Mrs. itccrlst Mr. Eugene
Doughty moved out on his farm last
week Mr. George Claiborne was
lime visiting Ids i datives 1 ist week.
He tells us he intends going to rcliool
in Oregon this winter Tl.o store
house occupied by Thomas & Co is be
ing treated to a fresh coat of paint
We would lilfs very much to attend the
theatre at Oregon this week. We hope
"Jennie Ilolnian" will not miss Craig.
Mr. and Mrs W. L. Zonk re-
cicwd a piano hist weck.a pic-cut fiom
cousin Chai lie Hilly Burke was
visiting in Oregon tills week.
MOUND CITY. .
The city was full of people, wagons
ami horses Saturday.... .We had tin
exciting foot race Saturday evening,
bill have not learned who the coiilcstauls
were A laigelv attended and en
thusiastic series of leinpeiance meet
ings were held here last week. About
2o0 signed the pledge. Mr. Crliehfleld
was the speaker Mr. L. D. Dry-
den lel'l Monday for Kentucky, wliwru
ho will spend a low weeks visiting
friends and attending to his business
there Mr. Hiram Wiggins has
gone on a visit to Old Kentucky. He
left Moiidai in company with Mr. L. D.
Drydeu John L Drydeti, our to
bacconist, went down to St. Louis Moti-1
day to attend thu tobacco fair there on I
thu tth i Hit . Mrs. Dryden aecn,iipalued
him, John has a good crop of tobacco '
coming on r.ud wishes to learu how to i
handle it to advantage Mr, Hlli-j
b.ird Is interviewing our citizens this !
week on the subject of assessment and
taxation Mr. McAdow has pur
chased two lots of Mrs, King and Is
now electing a neat dwelling house on
it '. Ice is scarce and too dear for
our restaurant keepers to season their
lemonade with. Jus. A, Criswell is
prepaiing to have it otherwise next
year. He will put up enough ice to
supply tho town.
Ua1n, rain, where art thou?
County Surveyor Morris Is down trying
to divide up tlw Proctor land Into
sluuvs. He will inn off several Hues
while heto Sickness has began lo
loom up lu the Ulstuuco...... ileal
estalo and calves aro changing hands,
right lively, down thih way I. A.
Uoss' sale was well attended last Sat
urday. Everything sold well......
Miss Maiule Warner Inn been conllned
to her bed for a few days but is con
va)csclj) .... .The city croquet ground
Irecn re muddled and the crack of
tho bulls can be heard from dawn till
daik .Scleral of our merchants nre
in St. Joseph Iniylinr goods seeiiig.lhc
fair, and well, there is no tel ing what
all, as llicy aro old bl. in a minute.. , .
Sam. Tiibblr came home from Kansas
last week, lie Is like nil tho others,
can't stay awav Mis Ll.ey Cook
soy is having a tussle with the rhllls.
Several of Oregon's good look
ing school inarms have been down In
the vicinity of Forbes contracting for
schools. Miss Kate Polk will leach Lone
Star school (forinely called Blackberry)
beginning October tho 1st Pierto
S. S. has about suspended for
want of pupils, and Highland lias .sus
pended because they had one or two
A good tain is needed as the farmers
ciin hardly work on account oj the dry
ness of the ground Threshing Is
over and wheat has htrncfl out pretty
well If we fltould have u frost
soon, the corn would lie il.iiitit"i'il oront.
y ;lH jt ls ym. UIt.PM ,im,jy
k, hollu, rolH.,. Kllww v,st Ll!.
,, .lll(lv , ,,, hcm vN1(it, Mml
Little Ml-s Edith McMuriay, not
quite ten years of age, went on a visit
. ft, k.lotnr nti.in nniinln ..II
,''-""" """, tin
, . j.. ... .
a lengthy stay,
provided bc doiit get homo slek
Miss Ida liaiint, who spent the latter
part of the winter in Hull, has a .'itu.i.
tion ju a seminary at Walnut Crot'e,
(irceu county, also a music class in tho
kin, I,, .,iiii,ti i,.t... .i. i
, , , " V " ,
I lifi iied troin Ktuisas. Wlu'c there ho
bought a larin of eighty acres. He will
move out about the Hi. si of March. Wo
"III all be sorry to lose .John las.
Mitchell's little child is veiy sicK, but
Dr. Smith, of Craig, thinks lie will soon
hs.vo it up Miss Maggie Downey
is with friends in Oregon Profcs
sor Hughes expects to go to Nebraska
soon ....Mr Chester Fuller, one of
the so'ld meichaiilsof Mound City, with
his amiable wife.were guests at thu Mo
Murray mansion a few days ago
Mibs Carrie Hill has iinished her music
class and gone home to "ma." She
gave the best of s.itis.'act Surely
such energy as she displays will enable
her to mount to the top round of the
ladder as a music teacher. She made
many a warm and lasting friend in tho
Valley. She became quite an expert 1 1
der; was only thrown twice riding colts.
Theie was a festival on Tuecday
evening, the proceeds went towaid buy.
ing lights for the new church Mr.
Corsaut, wife and bubo s, mill last Sun
day in the Valley James Mitchell
will go to Kansas after cattle as soon as
his little child becomes heller
Preaching at Iho school house last Sun',
day as usual.... .Mr. Mitchell has a
biand now fence around Ids piemites.
W. It. Davis of St. Joseph and J A
Uoss, ol Forbes, weie at the switch
last week on business. Mr. I), has sold
his entile Mood interest to Mr.U
Chas Sutton lias re turned Lome from
; Jds visit In Kansas Daniel Hiilin,
i Sr , though badly biuised, besides hav-
ing Ids le t shottldur dislocated, is able
to be up again Mis Alpha Sut-
ion is quite ill witli malarial complaint.
Miss Ca.huriue (Jxlbrutli is also quite
: sick .. . James (iambic, of St Joseph
j who represents a large eastern thicsh
; ing machine company was in our burg
lau week, the guent of jhis brother, J
O ,.A,Fnrnor lias removed lo Leav-
'ctiworil Levi Cromer is plaster-
I ing the lesidenco ot Cndo TJiuinas
'Cottier tils week A great many
! o our citizens are taking in thu St.
i Joseph expo-ition this week Ow-
! ing to the illness of Miss Edna Lukuiis,
i the opening of our school has been in-
dellidtoly postponed David llaliii
has accepted a position .in Win Millor'H
livery stable at 1'oie.st Ctly On
' last Monday evening Hi einfunt child of
i of E Ualser died, aged !!!iouths
! in. mi ... ...
puss r.iia niyer, oi iowa mint, was
home on a visit last Saluniay Mr.
Peter l,Galbretb is threshing his wheat.
Ono piece though injured by the spring
Hoods averaged a fraction over .'15 bush
els per acre. It is a new variety Intro
diiced hero from Platte county and
is the finest wheat we over miw.
Com is now flowing into tho olova
tor from tlio 'J'arklo branch two car
loads Tuesday, 11 vo Wednesday ,
Andrew and Irwin Dankots wont to,
Qulnoy, Illinois last Friday, to attend
tlio coiuinerehil college thoro, Thoy
were areonipained by their father who
returned Sunday 'Sash' Uoynnlds
has the contract for loading anil unload,
ing oars at tho Corning elevator
Lawrence Carter, engineer of tho Tar
kio Valley train, Is roportoil to bo on
the matrimonial list. Ho is said to bo
the first child born in Lawrence, Kan
sas, honeo his umno, lie is a good on
ginecv ..... Leu Walter is engineering
tlio mower this week Flint & Co,,
havo startod on' n?'ti t' f.w'iliig
The rainfall lor Atnuui m Uii
poiut was 1 83,
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