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THE SENTINEL.
BY 1)(JI!VNS t CURKV.
Xntcred at tin- l'ostortlce, Oregon, lo.
is Second Clim Matter.
A' Weekly Newspaper Devoted to ttie
Interests of the ltest County
In the Union.
WtM Ui tat. fitlil yir .tat
m Mull f tk imr- It till! the tf it.
tt vMtAytir (eriitiM It $tii.
rridtT, Oetotor 11. 1918.
The Republican Ticket.
For President:
WILLIAM H TAFT.
For Governor:
JOHN C. McKISLKV.
.ludge of the Supreme Court:
JOHN KENNISH,
niARLKS A. OKNTMN.
For Cougrevs:
A I I V. HICKMAN.
CI.
For Representative';
WILLIAM It. SWOI'K,
Fcr Judge County Court 1st
I'KTKR RAISKR,
Klt.
For
Judge County Court, 'Jd
lM.,
ISAAC l. I'A I NTKIt.
I'or Prosecuting Attorney:
A. M. TIHIIKLS,
For Sheriff:
C.K . (JKLVIN.
For A.Mj-Mir:
I'KRRV V. IIAMSAV
For IMblle Administrator.
(iK'MtCK W. CCMMINS.
For Count) Treasurer:
SLIIii'MIN CARSON.
I'or Survcvnr:
JOHN II. I'KHKT.
For Coroner:
L. H. i.om;.
County Central Committee.
Chairman. T. C. Iiuug-in, rcgon.
Secretary. W. H. AlWrc, Forest
City.
Treasurer. .las, A. William, Forbes,
Hlgelow Frank Walker.
Henion Win, Tjmmi,
Clay M. C. Ilrumbaugh.
Forties .las. A. WillUm-.
Forest W. II. Alklre.
Hickory Art Callow.
Liberty-Jacob Wehrll.
Lincoln -August llenstorl.
Lewis T, C. Muncan.
Mlntori-Thns, Hunker.
Nodaway .1. K. Ilrclt.
I.'rilon K. L. Catlney.
Convention Call.
The Holt County Sunday School
convention will be held ictnbur '.'u at
the Woodvlllo churcli. This county
convention will be conducted by lr.
S. L. Williams, state Held worker, of
Liberty, Mo. This convent Inn will he
preceded I a a lecture on, "What Has
the Greatest lulluence in Forming
the Conduct In Chlldieu tint llomu,
the Scliool. or the Sunday School?"
This lecture u 111 bo given Saturday
night. tctolier I'.'. All am cordially
Invited to come and bear this lecture.
It Is free. We hope every Sunday
school In Holt county may lie repre
sented. (.'(IMMITTKK.
M t
Womun's Union Program'
1 MO.VIIAY, OCT. ,14. Hill'.
Subject for the ear: 'lieland and
'Jfotcd Authors'
Itoll call Quotations from Thomas
j Moore. ,
"Primeval Ireland" Mrs, llebecca
Allen.
- "Illography of Thomas Moore" -Miss
Lillian Austin.
Irish sopg-Mrn. Matilo Hridgemau.
' "Irish Legends and Myths'Mrs.
Cora Kurgess,
I lienoral discussion.
P. E. O. Programs.
(M.TOIIKIl IS.
Hostess-. Mrs. Carey Hunker.
HiihIiicss meeting.
Itoll Call- Miscellaneous.
Magazine Artlurv ll-.Mbv Lolrt
Welly.
Music -Vocal Duet -Mrs. Zcller,
Mrs. O' Fallon.. .
Lesson Uevlew-iMrs. Hunker.
Magazine Article V Mrs. Henry
Kccles.
. Social.
Presbyterian Church Notes.
THu Conimuiilun servlco was, very
.well.utteuded last, Sunday morning
.There wan no borvlce In the evening
ami many (ii tue meiiioerswur.siiippci
at.' the otbei churches. ,
The regular Services Swill Iks held
fteat. 'Kmiilay. ' Tho attendance at)
ijunday sclool wan 100. Our Sunday
' school should have a more rapid In
crease In attendance at. this tljiie of
the sear. 1 urine omt.rjni;wiin
The nraver meeting topic toiilghflST
numbers, chapters MO. the wander
Ings of the children of Israel.
I'Atmw.
Society.
Mrs.. Cora burgess entertained her
many friend on Friday afternoon and
evening, of last eek. In the after
noon, they had a guessing contest.
The houe was decorated with ader
tlsemeuts of all sort, and the ladies
were given paper and encll and told
to write down all of the ads they
recognized. Mrs. Flora Kunkel guessed
the largest number and wan (riven the
prize, a bunch of hot house roses. In
the evening the ladle were asked to
represent .an old familiar song by
wearing a picture, and much fun was
had In making out what the picture
represented. Ml" Cora Frye was the
winner In the evening and also re
celved a bunch of loses as tliefl prize.
Kltgant refreshment were served at
a late hour.
But Little Interest Shown.
3. K. Ikiw ell came Tuesday, to ad
drew our people In opposition to the
proposed Single Tax amendment. It
is true the weather was very Inclem
ent and many of our farmers were
busy In their apple harvest, but there
should have been a creditable turn
out, especially the farmers. It seems
Incmlltable that the farming class
show so little Interest In this matter,
believing as we do. It Is one of the
most serious problems that has con
fronted them In the past half century.
If they would show the same Interest
a was shown by T. T. Wilson and I.
W. Not ley. of Hlgelow, who came all
the way fiom their home to attend
the meeting, and succeeded In Indue
lug Mr. Howell, to go to Hlgelow, and
address the eople there In the eve
uing, there would le no doubt as to
the result.
I rili-ss the farmers how gu-ater
Interest In this matter, they will wish
they had when the vote is counted
for the vote In the larger cities will
likely carry the proposition.
Vou farmers had better get bti.
A local organization was effected by
selecting Karl A. Itock. president and
I). I'. I'objris, secretary of the Antb
Single Ta association.
The Silent Reaper.
Mrs KHen FcrgiMin laid iloun her
caret., and trials Incident .to a long
life at the home of her children, in
Omaha. Nebraska, on Friday last,
October 4th. Hill', at the age of Tt
years, her death lulng caused by the
Inlirmltles of old age.
Site was born In Illinois. March I.
Ks, and (came to Holt county In
Ii7:t. residing here all these jears un
til a few weeks prior to her death.
She was left a widow by the death of
her liulaml. Thomas Ferguson, I'e
ccmlwr Si, s.'.i. Shu was the mother
of eleven children, two having pre
ceded her death. Her surviving chil
dren are. Andy, James, William, of
Oregon; I ran arid M r. Marl ha (i rooms,
of St. Joseph: Thomas, IMdlc and
Mrs. Jane Douglas, of Omaha: Mrs.
Huld.i Itakcr; of Kansas City. She
aNo leaves .11 grandchildren and seven
great'giandchlldien.
Funeral services wcio held from
the Inline of her son, Andy, luortli of
Oregon, on Tuesday, Hth Inst., eon
ducted by Klder II. II. Dawson, the
Interment being in the Oregon drove
cemetery, beside her husband.
Program
of the Holt County Sunday School
Cornell! Ion, to I mi held at the Wood-
vllle church. Sun. lay, October L'o, lUI'J
U::;i u. in. Cnlon Sunday School.
lni.'in a. in. Song Sunday School
Tiiilc--"What Is My lut As i
Sunday School Teacher?" Speak
ers: Win. Kliuepeter, Will Peiinel
Dae Kennedy and Dr. Wllliauib.
.Song Sunday School
II:ihi a. m. -Topic "How Increase the
.Spirituality In Song Servicer
Siieakeis: John Lacey, Wesley
, .acluuau anil others.
Appointment of committee on
time and place of next convention
and elect Ion of ottlcers for the
ensuing .vear.
i , Music... .Woodillle Siring Hand
llasket dinner,
hoop. m. .Opening exercises
Song Sunday School
Topic -"How Can Teachers best
Kiuphasl.o thcjl'raetlcal, Kvery
day Duties Taught in tho Sunday
School JLeyonsy Speakers: bhan
lion llarrimaiij'llov. .Meyer, llev
Weldemler, Prof. Noel and llev
T. D. Itotmrts.
'.':(Nip. in Music String Hand
Tinlc-"The: Pest Method of
Creat lug Knthuslasm In Men In
I bu Sabbath School." Speakers
James Weight man, lie.-. I)aws3i)
llev. AHgtistlneand Mrs. Alberta
Murphy.
L':.10 p. in Music... .....String Hand
Itecllatlon
Song
Leciuie-"It's A Man's Job.".
, ..Ituv. S. L. Williams
.lteport of Committee,
Collection for State Work
Announcements
'Song.'
' 'A cordial' invitation is extended to
all
C'OMMITTKK.
Grapes for sale In quantities to
suit tbu
purchaser, by Mrs. M
Educational News.
(BY KAUI, A. UOCK, CO. SUIT.)
The examination questions for the
rlrtiuarter, and the L'nlfonii Iteport
cards have been sent to the teachers-.
A new feature has been added to the
report card this year, namely, the
Manual Training Iteport. which, Is to
he made by the parents and signed by
the teacher when returned. The, re
port Is to be made with the letters K,
denoting excellent, M medium, ,0
good and 1' poor. Kvery parent
should be Interested enough In the'
education of bis child to make this
report and thereby Increase the desire
for an education.
Are you acquainted with the con
stitutional amendments to be voted
on the coming election? Kvery loyal
voter In the state should make a care
ful study of these amendments so lie
can. vote Intelligently.
A very Important amendment Is
No. t), the Mill Tax amendment. The
exact lortn oi the amendment is as
follows: "A state tax of ten cents on
each one hundred dollars, valuation
shall lie annually levied and collected
on the assessed value of all property
subject by law to taxation In this
state. The proceeds of said tax shall,
lie set apart in the state treasury and
apportioned by the (leneral Assembly
for the support and maintenance of
Public, Klementary and High Schools,
State Normals, Lincoln Institute and
the State I'nlverslty: but In no case
shall there be apportioned less than
'-'.'i per cent of said proceeds to le used
In aiding Public, Klemeittaryand High
schools." Watch the papers for fur
ther discussion of the amendment.
The tirst district teachers' meeting
will I- held at Forest City. Saturday,
Octolier l'., This Is one of the meet
lugs required by law. and teachers In
I'orlies, Forest and Mlnton townships
are expected to be In attendance.
Patrons are Invited.
The following program will be glv-
n:
In ;i. til. -.Opening exercises.
Recitation.
"Something I Have Planned
to Do In Language the Sec
ond Quarter"..-.
Miss Jessie Ramsay
"Some Practical Agricul
ture for the Second Quar
ter" C. C. Hopkins
Inductive and Deductive
Teaching II. II. Long
Noon.
:.'in p.
in I Ipening exercises.
Itecltatlou.
"Story Hour and Stories
Suitable lor the Second
Quarter"
...Miss Lottie O. Williams
"Geography and Nature
Study Suitable for the
Second Quarter."
K. L. Hrodbeck
Itoiuid Table Constitu
tional Amendments led
by Supt. Karl A. Ilivk.
"Some Practical Arithme
tic and Kxperlmcnts Suit
able for the Klghlh Grade'
Ira Alkire.
Received
Another shipment of Ladles', Misses
mil Lltlle Folks' Coats. I he new
nifty things.
KltKKK A: IIASNKSS.
K. K. Chrlstensen. of Parkvllle,
Is here, looking after his farm.
Horn, tot". K. Soothers and wife,
of the Monarch district, a son, Wed
nesday, Octolier 'J, l'.H'J. I
-Horn, to llert Hamm and wife,
of Hickory township, Satuiday, Octo
ber .'i. lull', a Hue girl baby.
-Goto Woodvlllc, Sunday, Octo
ber l'o, and bear Dr. Williams' let
tine on, "It's a Man's Job." I
- Klder Hardman will preach ut Hie
lllutf City School house, iiut Sunday
evening, at early caudle light. I'
On account of lad weather, :l
have postponed my .sale from Oct. ;H,
to Oct. I.'i, lull', and will sell rain b
shine. Geo, Watso.v
Charles Forney, of Oelrlch, South
Dakota, is here, visiting numerous
relatives and friends. He is a sou of
William Forney, formerly of this
county.
They Game
After waiting four weeks, the
factory was able to deliver us a line
line of coats for the children, girls
and ladles.
KltKKK .St IIASNKSS
John Hiriiilugham, agent fur the
Hurllngton railway at Forest City
has returned from his trip through
tho west. He was accompanied by bis
wife and, son, Harold. Hu reports lots
of "Hull Mooters" In California.
They have three generations all
Kurts out at the Geo. Kurt, farm
There Is Grandpa' George, Papa
Ernest and a bouncing baby boy that
arrived Tuesday, the 1th Inst; he jias
rib name yet, can't (Ind anything good
enough. Dr. Evans says they will all
recover, In time, and probably call
him Hill or .lira or something familiar
Hearts Beat as One. I
A beautiful October wedding oft
Monday afternoon, October 7, was
that of Mjss Pan.y Ljon, of Oregon,:
It.. ...J It. Il... ,..!. ..
'"I " .'".-en, ui liiuiu,
Mo., who were married at the home
, ..,,,,1
ui .'ir. aii .'ir. it. rauieuoer, mi.
k.'.....l. i.t.t. . . .n. Uft i - t. u -.
3 p. m., Mrs. Faulconer lielng a sister
nf Hip hridH. Uuv. T. ,i . rat . ni
ui me uimc. i.e.. i. .i. viwicn, ui .
the Oregon PreSl.)terlari church, of-
liclatlng, using the Impressive ring
ceremony. ,
The house was beaut If ully decorated
for the occasion with autumn leaves
and cut Dowers. The bride was dain
tily gowned In white handmade em
broidered voile over "satin Messallne,
trimmed In pearls (the embroidery
tielng the work of her sister. Mrs-
Faulconer), and carried a beautiful
bouquet of bridal roses.
The groom was attired In the con
ventional black. The golng-away
gown of the bride was brown whip-
cord wltli'plumed bat to match.
After the ceremony a two-course
luncheon was served.
The presents were numerous and
beautiful, representing the love and
esteem In .which they were held by
their friends.
Mrs. Meek Is a daughter of Mrs.
Clara F. Lon,of this city, and was
born and raised here, only a few
jears of her life having been spent
away from here. Here she went to
the old school, gathered violets down
In the old Collins pasture, and fished
In the old mill creek. For the past
tlve years she has iieeii a member of
the Independent telephone force, and
Is another of'lhe force the sixth to
conclude to change and marry. Those
girls of the Independent telephone
wlni have married are Mela L.von.s
Faulconer, Anna Thiiina-Foster. Mar
garet Hatcli-Llvengood, Anna Cole-man-lilley,
Luclnda Slpcs.('oocr.
I'ansv Lvon-Meek.
Hereafter Pansy's "Hello" will be
given only to her sweot heart, wlthall
her heart and all her soul. She will
In- greatly missed by her business as
sociate, her churcli and social circles.
The groom' Is a son of Mr. and Mr.
Meek, of Forest City, and was raised
In I his section. He Is a splendid
young man, and was employed in the
Itohcrl Hatch barber shop here, and
u.ailu many friends while here. For
Hie past eighteen months lie
bus been In the barber business at
Klmo. this state, and enjoys a good
business. The couple will go to
housekeeping at once at Klmo, where
the husband has a neat cottage home.
Only the Immediate relatives and a
few of the most Intimate friends were
jireseiit at I be ceremony, those lielng:
T. L. Price and wife and daughter,
Lillian: nan .M. .Martin aim wire;
Mrs, Charles Uuley. Mrs. Honort Itu-
ley. the bride's mother, all of Oregon:
Addison Lvoii ind wife, of Hiawatha.
lau,: lieorge tTaitoii. ot Klmo: Mr.
lacksou and wife and Miss Jackson,
f SI. Joseph.
We Have What U Want
in
Fresh Groceries,
Canned Goods,
Chopped Feed,
Flour,
, Fresh and
Wfhave many other things
you need.
and state
Goods Delivered to
BOTH PHONES.
MOORE
. , THE RELIABLE GROCERS,
OREGON, : : : MISSOURI.
Forest City. - l
Claud Sanners was in St. Joseph,
Saturday. I
-Charley Hunt was a business l-
. . '
nor in Fortescue, rueviay.
, ., ,. ....i ..i
.'ir. nu .-us. ri.nn ...,irvi
visiting relatives at New Point.
Miss
Katie Hamilton Mslted t
triends
In the country, a couple of
-
.
-Mrs. McGuIre has returned from ,
in the Lincoln district.
Henry Hazard lost one of his fat
tening bogs, Tuesday. Several others,
In town are reported sick. ,
Mr. and Mm. John ltond have re-'
turned from tlielr visit at Excelsior
Springs and St. Joseph.
W. A. Kinney and family, of
Illalr district, visited hi sister, Mrs.
Kmma Iluclier, Sunday.
J. F. Acton, carrier on route four,
is taking bis annual vacation. Mr.
Sinclair Is delivering the mall over
the route.
-Mrs. W. Hamilton and Mrs. Pert
Hamilton spent Monday at 'the home j
of Mrs. Jim Tolbert, who has been
quite sick, several days.
There will lie services at the M.
E. church, Sundav, morning and eve
ning, conducted uy uie pasiur, iiev. ,
C. C. Miller. Everybody Invited to
attend.
Hutu.
Another Shipment
of Coats for the Children, the GlrJs
and the Women. New, clean tut, up-to-date
styles.
KltKKK & IIASNKSS.
Statement of the Owner
ship, Management, Circu
lation, Etc.,
of The Holt County Sentinel, pub
lished weekly ut Oregon
quired by the Act of August
V.-.... 'I'l.l. I. ... I...
.."ir,, i ins si.iicinriii I - iu
mane in implicate, notu copies 10 nc .
delivered jy the publisher to the post-
mn&t i.r U I in u 111 .iiil mu. i-miv In 1 1n I
pi iw. ...r V: i
llll'l ttl'iuin w-kiiin-m vniiriiu
.(Division of Classification', Washing
(ton, D. ('.. and retain the other In
the Hies of the postoillcc
Editor-D. P. Dobyns. Oregon. Mo.
Publisher Tom Curry. Oregon, Mo.
Owners-David P. Dobjns. Tom
Curry. Not Incorporated.
Known bondholders, moriuagecs,
and other security holders, holding 1
tier cent or more of total amount of
i xmds. mortgages, or other securities:
None.
David P. Hunt ns,
Tom Ciim.
(Owners.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this '.Mr. day of September, Pill'.
(SEAL. FlIAXK I'KTItKK.
S....... 11. .1.11
,iinai, i mine.
'My commission expires September 1
17, I'.dii.
Salt Meats.
Call us up
your needs.
All Parts of the City.
& KREEK
r-
j
..New Point and Vicinity.
-Saturday morning, Mr. Dreher
and family drove through to St. Jo
seph. - Mr. and Mrs. Will Lemon, from
near Fillmore, visited relatives here,
aiurj.
. - ' """"l" '7kJ' Zu
.'... . . -
tmtiroving. '
'
. i- ' .Si1bH;.
Lltlle kellej's.
-W.K. Marks, of St. Joseph, vis
ited at the home of Harry Pollock,
tlie first of the week.
'-Sirs. A. E Kelley and two chil
dren went to Mallland, Monday even
ing, to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kunkel, of
Forest City, visited relatives and
friends here, last week.
Horn, to llert Hamm and wife, a
son. the Hth Inst. Dr. Kearney was
the attending ph.tslclau.
Mlss Hainpson went home with
Miss Kdna Lukens. Friday, after
bool, to visit until Sunday evening.
-Owing to the death of HugoGell,
the basketball game between the New
Point and Oregon girls was postponed.
Mrs. Artie Carmon, from Will
mlngton, Mass,, came Saturday even
Ing to visit at the home of Win.
Iluckmari.
The County Sunday School con
vention Is to be held at Woodvlllc,
Sunday, October 'Jo. Kvery one Is In
vited to attend.
C. C. Ilardman and daughter, El
sie, Mr. K. F. Kearney ami Katherlne
Terr' drove to Mound City In Mr.
II. 's car. Thursday afternoon.
-".Vwee girlie came to the home of
K. o. Foriiey, last Sunday, claiming
thcrf'VaVe and attention. Chester
thinks -111110 sister" , so nice.
Grovcrand Cole Hamm came up
'V.miTMroin St.. loseph. Saturday night, lo
us. .4. in ... vMl llitir ...nira,,, ,.urrJ. ,lar(l.
I man
i. Mrs. Hamm came up Sunday.
George W. Lent, runs through to
Aw every Thursday In his car
I with chickens,
eggs, etc., when the
weather permits
returning with a
j load of goods.
I llev. T. D. Huberts returned
home .Saturday from a month s visit
In California. Mrs, lloberls stopped
In Kansas City for a two weeks' visit
with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Wright have
purchased the Thomas Iteynolds
property In Oregon. They will take
possession the tlrst of the year. Their
soudu-law, Claud Lemon, will movo
onto the old home place.
Dr. Kearney and Dan Dreher
drove to St. Joseph, Friday, In the
Dr.'snew car. The Dr. brought Ids
sister. Hazel, back with lilm, and Mr.
Dreher drove back In his own car,
which he purchased while there.
Flossie and Perry Hosvvell. Anna
and El.le Springer, Myrtle and Albert
Pender, Frances and' Katherlne Ter
ry, Fred Davis and Hob Kneale spent
Sunday with Alma and Earle Springer.
-The.'ith Inst, being Joe llodgln's
birthday, his chlldicn, grandchildren
and near relatives gave him a stir
piise. It was a genuine surprise, too.
John Davis and wife were there: also
a slster-lu-law, whom Mr. Hodglubad
not seen for about .'m years. There
were Jii present to partake of a cllti
ii.tr "III for kings." And such an
abundance of everything good. Mr.
llodgln's many friends wish him
many, many more happy birthdays.
Nkkii.
I RALPH MOORE. I
.UNDERTAKER, 1
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OREGON FURNITURE CO,!
CASKETS, UOHKS ANI
ALL FI'NKKAIi HI!ITMKS.'
PHONES: I
Store, . .l . . 134.i
Residence, . . . 142.fl
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