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Frldny, January 17. 1013.
Gets Poison for Medicine.
Mr William Yates, of Mound City.
is In :i serious cniidltliin lij rcaon of
Miitf given ii dose of diluted catholic
acid I i.i tiiMaki- lusad of n dne nf
Jli. Nate- I cmlltit'il in her bid by
reason nf a liali.v turn niily a week
previous, and ler iikiIIht. Mr. Hldgc,
Intended giving her a talilopiiiiifiilnf
c.im or nil. and made I Ik- mlstakis
Monday iiinrnli g. .lauuaiy I.I. ini.i.
Mr-. Vale-and huh.inil makcthcir
Inline with her mother. Mi-, I!ldc,
and I I" years .dago. Her attending
phv-lchn. Hi. .1. W. Miller, ha hopes
for hrr iivovc i.v. hut fei-u that the
ehani'e-are sihn. hr. li. 'I '. i.uilglcy
wa the eiiii-nltliiK physician, and i-v-crythlng
po Ihle I- lining ilnlii to
Presbyterian Church Notes.
The iMiiimiitii in -civlcc wa well
attended lat Sunday morning, and
tin- following members weie live I ltd
Into t lie church Mi-. Mercer lllliilc.
hy lettir rr.iin the I're-hyteilan
church, nf iidie: Mi anil Mr-.
I.awiciuv T. Klllani mid I rands
Mnrnay. hi of Mi. and Mi-, deiugo
IS. Murray, on prufcliiu r lliflr
fallh In .li-ti-Cu-t. wire received
lllli' full meiiiln-l-hip .mil li.ipllid:
and Thiiina- lioidoti. the Infant -on
ir Mi. and Mi-. Milam, received
'hri-tlan li.ipilin. according tn the
promise of lind In he inn Cod
and Die (i..d ami I'm her or
our ehlldien: wlddi -uimaut He
leiicws in thl- Sacrament of bap-li-m.
uImmi in ii- and I ir chil
dren, a- a -lju and i-a: of the wa-le
Ilia away of mir -In- and our Ingraft
lug Into I'liiM. m. I'.uil a-tiii- us
that the ehlldien of Die lalthlul am
to he rill in t K t -i I anions the holy peo
ple of (iod. uur Savloi il-u. in the
Kii-pci. can- i lie III lie i-lilliliell unto
lllm. and h!e e- hem. saving. "Suf-
ler i lie nil le cnililieli In come unto
me and fordid them uoi. u of -uch
I- the Kliigdum of tiod."
Mr-, .la-. I". Wat kin-, of Applcton
Clt. Mo., Mr-. Cl.teetf-imither. ai
rived on 'I'ue-day alit'iimnn a
vi-lt at the Man-e.
The uli.il services on ni'Nl Sabbath
to which the public I- 1 1 it 1 1 n-
Holt County Medical Society
Met at I -t cit.x. Tluu-day. I'd
lll-l., I'le-ldelil. W. ('. I'm. ii I. In tin
chair. Iir. II T. i.iiille.i, ., Mound
City. Hr. .1. M. Ial-. ('rain: I.e.
Ilojan. lllgclow; lie. I'. I! Hull ick.
finest Cllji and Hi-. TL.itchci. f.v-an-
Wood and I'miid. iiicuon, an
swriod lo loll call.
Mlnule-of iieou- meeting were
lead and appinicd. 'o'liiulltcc re
port-, together with ihe -ecielary
and trea-uiei icpuits, weie laken up
and ili-pn-ed ul. Klccliou ol olllclal
fo,r the eii-iiluu' year icsiillo I In the
f.ectioll ill Ml'. T. K. Ildgall, of lllgc-
low. I'le-ldenl: (. W. Nauuian,(!ralg,
V. I' !'.!.. Kvans, Oicgmi, Treas.,
and W. s. Wood, uieyon, Secy. The
, I'lu-ldent elect appointed lrs.
Tli.iieher, IhillocU and l.'ulgtcy an ex
ecutive coiuinl'.tcc. Hi. VulKlcy
a-K'i?il for an endorsement of his fcl-
low cl'as-mate. Hr. .los. M. Hale, of
Hearhoru, Mo., for siipcilulcmlcnt of
Stale llo.-pllal No. Hand vonehed for
Dr. Hale'- ipialillcat i'nu-. Mutton
unanimously carried, The proposed
smiptometry hill now hefore tliuli'itl
latiiie wa-coiideinned and a couiinlt-
tee appointed tooonrer with our rep
resentative and -late -eiialor repaid
The linanclal coiuljllon of the so
elely Ik'Iiik' hi u 'hed,ltli couilltlou,
conniy -oclety due- for ensuing year
were leiiiltltd. Ir. 1'ioinl was elect
ed a deleyale to the Slate Medical So
cloty, and lr. Hoy Miller alternate.
The afternc in session was taken up
wltli the Nclentlllc part of the pro
grain, I'otts fracture being principal
subject of discussion.
' Mound City was selected as the
place of the next meet lug. which will
Ih) thu II rM Thursday li Aprlj.
. . J i i i
Villi Carroll ami wife, are decid
edly proud Just now. Their son-ln-law;amt
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .Ir H.
Irk, of St. Joseph, have pie-ented
ttiuni with anolliergcanddaugliser.
ter. TtieTO are 'mT n(n Tmih and
two girls on Mr. and Mrs. ( a i ml I'm
roll of grandchildren.
7TII ASSKAI ltl,V IN SKSHKIN.
(('(intituled from pace one
inea-uro intended to scenic a luller
return or money, etc.. will be Intro
1 1 need.
I lie House and Senate appointed
commit tec- on clerical force, accounts
and rules, llepre-eiitatlu- Swope, of
Hull county, wa- made a member or
the committee on clerical force.
it Is the opinion of members of the
Legislature that there will be no
home-ule legislation enacted at tills
session. Nohoine-riile measure which
doe- not give lo the governor t la-
power of .summary lemoval of exclsu
or police commissioners for cause can
expect to receive a .-Ingle vote of thu
"dry" members In either branch of
It ha- Ueii ill-coercd that tlieie is
mote than a majority or the House
iiicmhcr either hailing from dry
cuiintle-orwlio wete elected upon a
dry platform. The Senate, which ha-
always been the bulwark or the
wets," Is doubt mi. Senator Cralgof
Nodaway has polled the Senate and
llnd-that upon the iiiiestlon of thu
county unit it I-extrenielv eloe.
State Senator Ander-on Craig, of
Maryvllle. who was a member of thu
lower house at the last scssson. at the
ln-tance or the Slate I'cderal Inn of
Women'-Club-, will Introducea hill
making women eligible to member
ship on school boards. Men only aiu
eligible under Hie pie-ent law. Thu
senator says women reallv have a
mon dliect Interest in schools than
men and so -houlil have a voice in
all mallei- pertaining to public
I'or I he Women's Christian Tem
perance. I nlon. of the state. Senator
Craig will introduce a bill on thesiih
Jecl of while slaveiy. II I- much
more -trlinieni than the present act.
pro Ide-more seveie penalties and Is
delcned to stamp out the traillc.
The temporary stale capllol build-
lug in which the legMatoieis hold
ing lt--elen. was begun August .",.
aflei a Imig iIIm-ii Ion of the adl-a-
bllily ol'ientiiig leiiipoiMiy iiuailet-.
An expenditure of appioliuatel ?r.,-
ooo has been made, subject to Ihe
latlllcatlou id the lcgi-l.it me.
Tlie completion of the new capllol
hiillillng.il I- e-tlinated. will take
from seven to nine years.
The leiupiiiar.v building I- three
ind onedialr -loile- high, and I- or
the inodllled model li ela Ic Ivpe.
Tlie ellecl produced by ihe exterior
line- i- plain, bin Impo-lng.
Kllloit W. Majoi. or I'lke county,
oillcially began hi- hiiii-ycar tirm as
goveiuoi or the -tale, when he was
sworn In hy Chief .liistlce lleniy
l.amm of the .Supreme Court. Nearly
a thoii-and pel -on- witnessed the
simple ceremony. Immediately fol
lowing these ceremonies, he dellveied
his lli-i me age. Some or the meas-ine-
advocated hi Id- me-sage weie
Hie e-tabll-hment of a rural high
school -y-lem and a stale and couiiiy
hlchway department as a solution or
I he good mads propo-lt ion: Ihe crea
tion id a coiuiiil Ion to look afler
public -eliool-and other educational
Hut Ion- wit 1 1 1 1 1 1 pay, a coiuiiii
slou nf liiiuilgrat inn locatedat Spring
Held; the reclamation or the four
million acie- of oveillow laud, a pub
lic service- i'iMuiui-lon: a hoaid of
paidou-; Ihe placing of a chaplain In
tlie buy-' lefoimaloiy al lloouville.
and akcd that eitorls lie made to re
fill in tlie inmates of llil-anil the oili
er penal lii-llitutioiis id the state.
He al-o -lilted that he was In favor or
the vvorkiugiueii s compensation net
and made the statement that II was
hi- Itellcf that in the mailer of police
and excise matters ;i clly could he
belter governed by a resilient of that
clly than by a -hanger, but said be
would leave Ihe home rule prnpol-
Ijon to ihe Icgl-laluic and would
abide hy Its action.
First Jail Sentence for 1913
Slieillf lielvin wa- called to Forbes
la-t Saturday evening and aue-led
Cliaile-.lohiison, who had been wort
lug on tlie lallioail llieie. lie wa-
I'hargedwlth stealing a roiinihirip
ticket from I'orhi's to St. Joseph rrom
the lliirlinglou ticket oltlce lu tliat
place. SheillV fielvln brought hint to
Oiegon that night and commit U'd
him to Jail, and on Monday look him
hack to l'orhes, vvlieie he had his pre
llinluarv U'fore S(iilni A. C, Young.
Ho plead gulliy and was given :io days
in Jail, where be is now serving out
Ids lime. This Is Sheriff Uclvln's
lltst lrim.it u since he has aisumcd hi'
duties as shuiill, and also the II r.-t In
mate of the Jail for ini.'l. lie was
commit led January l.'l, llil.'l. Whet It
er this Is a sign or omen of good luck
to thu sherilf or to tlie prisoner, we
do not know, but luipetliat it moans
good luck for the slieilll.
-ilie Utile girl baby, aged about
two years, of .lames Walls and wife,
llvlnui In the Payne properly, east
side of the square, while playing
aiuiiud the house, Monday, .Ian. l.'l,
Avllh acjsv)ilfc, fell and the knife
ittijrdhft.ii)UN'.S iiiooili. piercing:
the soft palate and side of the throat,
making a very severe, If not danger
ous wound. .
-Will Meyer had business lu Si.
Mrs. Id;i Kvans waa Si. Joseph
visitor, Tuesday of tills week.
-Ir H. II. Sliiiinons. or St. Joseph,
was here, Friday nf last week.
For Sale -Ferrets. Addtessltalph
W. Kmerson.lt. It. I. Itox '-". Fotest
C. . Xiiok was looking afler html
ness Interests in Omaha for a day or
two, this week.
Ml-s Itessle Morgan I- vi-ltlng
wltli tier uncle, Jacob Hunt, of It Ice
Hugh Ittiley I- spending the win
ter at llu'Confedcrati-Soldlers' Home.
In lllgglnsvl le. this state
Mrs. Mettle M. I'aync. f SI. Jo
seph. was here. Friday last. the guest
of hei sister. Mrs. F.va Klopp.
When in St. Joseph stop at Hotel
llyaii(Kuropeau),.li:i S. nth St. Steam
heated rooms, ."o cents lo M per day.
Dr. Sherman llllih.ird. nf Kansas
CHv . made a brier visit In Oregon,
tills week, the guest nf relative ami
Mr-. Andrew Iturtier l-t her line
black driving hot-e. Monday evening
or thl-week, the horse railing Into
a dlli'h and hieaking Id- neck
Halpb Moore ha- bought an Inter
est In the undertaking establishment
in 'I hatcliei Ar Dawson, and I-now a
rull-lledged mouther of that llrm.
I'lillip liii-h returned home, this
week, from Morris. Oklahoma, when
he has been visit lug with his daiigh
ter. Mi-. Mary Ford, for -everal
Mis-c- Maude and I'.in.-y Fait
ridge weie In St. Joseph. Wednesday
I hey accoiupanleil Cleii Naian-. who
ha- been here for some time visiting
his graiidp.iicnts, Mr. and Mr-. Win
Alton ijulek lufi 'Ihuisday or
this week for San Diego. California,
where hevvlllvlsll u Ith his -l-ler. Mrs,
I'aniile l.ewltnon. and If he likes the
couiitiy will piobibly make Id-nn lire
loacie l auu for Sale or Tiade. ''
mile- iiniihwe-l or I'm be-, -moke
hou-e. cellar, well, stable, lots or
riultorall kinds. 1'iice. l .M m i. f.Mi
cash, long time on balance.
Ci.vih: MrWu.i.i u,
I'm be-, Mo.
C. II. Hayhill and wire left Tue-
dayorthls week for l.os Angeles,
Callloi nla. and ol hurl 'allfoi nia uolnts.
where they will pas- the winter with
relatives and friend-. We wish them
a plea-aiu time and -are tetiirnliomt
Ml Ida Moody, or Mound City,
I- here, assisting her hint hcr-ln-law,
County As-es-or, Ferry W. I'aiusav,
make out Hie peisonal lax book-, and
we will bel Dial they will be correct
and neat, lor she is a Hue copyist and
thoioiigh in her work.
When Maik Twain was editor or
a Nevada newspaper -onielioilv sent
him a turkey with no caul attached.
The editor ate Ihe hhd. Next davhe
icceivcna letter asking: "Can you
tell us what that turkey died ol'.'
Thcic'sa bel on about II."
Frank Foster. II. K. Ilasness, (
II. Mllim. Levi Scltillte, lleiheil Mi
Donald, ol Oregon, ami Dan Drcher,
l.'alph Meyer, C.tle Hayhill anil Shan
llardmaii. or New Point, are In Kan
sas City, this week, attending the
Implement Dealers' Association lu
Mrs. Minnie Moore ha- ptircha-ed
Mis. Fraiiky Hindi's stamping and
embroidery business, and will con
duel It. in connection with her other
Aits and Crafts supplies, at her
home, one door north of The Sentinel
olllce. All onleis will iccelve prompt
attention. Your patronage Is solic
I.. I.Mooie was In attendance al
Ihe Mis-ouii Valley Canners' Associa
tion lu session at Spiiuglleld, this
week. Mr. Mooie is secret ary -treas-morn!
the association. He also vis.
Ited Shannon county, this slate, while
away, and looked over some leal es
tate thai be and Oregon patties aie
II. K. Ilasness and Fiank Fo-tur
were lu Kansas City, Ihi- week. .Mr.
Ilasness Interview lug the wholesaler.-,
and Mr. Foster attending tlie Imple
ment Dealers' convention, but both
of them were largely Inleicstcd in
automobile-, the Overland salesrooms
In that city being their permanent,
and general headiiiaiters while there.
They expect lo return home in an
Overland car, roads permit ting, which
they w III use as a demoiist rat Ing car
In their gaiage, tills winter.
-Mrs. Mary Cowan, or this city,
now In her eighty-fourth year, suf
fered a st i oke of paralysis, u few days
ago, and died Wednesday morn
ing of tills week, Jan. lo,
Iter children are all here.,
al her bedside, with (he exception of
tier sou. John, who is somewhere in
Ftali or Idaho. Those here arei
Mrs. Carrie Atkinson, or Kalanuoo,
Michigan; Mrs. Daisy lllevltis, of Ida
ho Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Flora Cllshy,
(ireen Hay, Wjseoiisln; Hryaul u
Wife and daughter1, of- frileagot'lN
erl and wife, of Maltland,aiidCharles,
of tills city,
Mtiiitt.K, At.A... Jan. 1'.'. liil.l,
Dk.vii Si'.stinki., Okciiiin. Mo.:
FlllKNDs: I am now In Mobile.
Alabama. In the Interest or (irecncV
(ireeiie. leal estate agents, of Oiegon.
I came here in company with Mr.
T. P. I'lt.inaiirlce. whom you all
know as one of the most successful
farmer mill stock raisers of old Holt,
and a man of uuiiiestlonably good
Well, we spent about two weeks
traveling over this, one or thu most
beautiful rolling countries we ever
passed over. With all its shipping
facilities, by water and land, we be
lieve we see in this country a great
tut ii re.
After carefully studying this, and
and seeing the growing crops, noting
tlie development on the farms, our
friend. Mr. T. P. Flt.iuautlce. acting
upon hi good Judgment, purchased
rour hundred acres of the 11101 beau
tifully laying land, he or I. and I
might say anyone, ever looked upon.
Just lolling enough to drain. I have
some photographs of this farm and
you may see them by caldng at the
olllce or (I rvvne Ureene. Oregon,
I honelly believe If then l any
man lu Holt or any other of thecouii
tic in Northwest Missouri who de
sires to change his location, or would
like to make a profitable Investment,
where lie can double II in less time
than In any other country, it Is dght
here. Mobile county. Alabama, with
beautlfulsiinnycllinate. laud 011 which
two or three farm crops can lie raised
each year. All kinds of ganleii crops,
oranges, pecans. Hgs. grape fiuit,
koniiii.it, giapes, guava, strawbei
lies, lu fact, almost any kind of rrult
I grow lug heie. We know tills, for
we have seen It, and seeing Is believ
ing. We had thu pleasure of visiting
one small orange orchard or one and
one-hair acies. which nelted the own
er i'lou. Tlie t tees aie onlv live vcar
Then again lim-e coming here from
I loll or any adjoining counties will be
given gieater advantages by having a
Holt county boy from Oiegon. Mr L.
C- Irvine, in takeymiovei these lands
and -how you what gieal development
I- being done, thiough his ellorls. lie
Is using for his model. Holt county,
and I believe within live yeai- we
w ill have a greater county lu farm
liig. sloek-iaUlng. iruils .md vegeta
ble, than ws now have lu Old Holt
county. I believe. If you will come
and see these things youiselves you
win lie. us strongly nupresseil as we
aie thai this county has every pros.
peel for agricultural success and that
In the very near future.
c have Urn highly eiiteilalned
while heie by Mi. I.. C. Irvine and
wile, ai unit iieautirul homo on
Spring Hill. On New Year's day,
Mr. and Mrs Irvine, T, I'. Fll.inau
rice and my.sulf vlsiied the town of
Falihope. Just across the Pa). Tin
town celebrated Its I 1 1 1 lillrlliday.
'I his Is tlie tlrst Henry George Slnglu
'lax experiment colony lu tlie I . S
where no man owns his properly and
pays no tax merely rents Ids land for
li'.i yeais and does lilowu Improving.
I.a-l Sunday wo visited Die old
town of Coden, on tlie (iuir took a
b. at tide out to Dolplu and Collee
Island stopped our boat about half
way out and had the pleaure of
catching our own oysteis. Ilight
here I waul to say that Tim Fit,
maurlcu I some Jake on oyster eat
Ing. bill he got tilled lo the limit 1:
had a pleasant trip, hut Mr. Irvine
plainly demons! rated I o tis t hut ho was
puiely a dry laud tiri'K, for 011 our
way back he lieeame seasick. Afler
we lauded and we had assured him lib
was on the land he hastily lecuvered.
To those wlio feel Interested I will
say I will be home hi Oregon In a few
days and will be able to answer any
ipiest Ions you may choose to ask.
Hoping to see you all soon, I will
close. With U-st wishes to Tim; Su.v-
tinki. and my friends, I am,
JlIITIIA I.. i' KICKS. K,
Lawrence Killln. living in the
Woods' district, trapped a rabbit the
other day that had two well devel
oped horns he calls It the Hull
Harold Kabn, or the Itig l.ako
district, is now iniiius the thhd linger
of hi-right hand, He was doing a
stunt at the saw mill, located on the
Kahn place, 01m ihy, la-l week, and
before he reaJDed It the linger was
as nicely severed a- If a ra.or did It.
Thu severed part was attached and it
is thought it will adhere and grow to
thu severed part. Hit Is getting along
Mrs. Mary F.. Cowan, widow of
thu lato John (1. Cowan, died at her
homo lu till- city, early Wednesday
morning, January hi, luia.ln thu s.Mli
year of her age. With thu exception
of her son, John, all her children
were with her Us lie.r spirit took Its
lllght.' Funeral services were held
Thursday from thu icsldeiicu In Ore-
gonirt tlictfntei'iiient'. van..ii.i thu
besldu her husband, who died Octo
ber Huh, IlKKi. Obituary nest week.
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Kluier MinshallV baby was sick,
last week, but N belter now.
-Strother fields has moved from
Mrs. Mutton's place, and will farm a
part of the V. .1. field's place.
Mrs. Ilessle Andler and little
daughter, Norman, who weie iiiite
sick, last week, aie both iniichhei ler.
Arthur llelv In, wlin will farm Mrs.
Klla lluttou's place, has moved. We
ai'i vlail of this addition in norni'ti'ii.
Illl I'ields has sold his r:irm i
lames Oulck. We ai-i snriv in 1..-.,
thl family, hut welcome Mr. Ooiei.-
Tlie lllhle clas met . last l.'i l.l n-
evening, at the hoineof WalterStalev,
lor their lli'sl monlhlv social. S,,v,.,',i
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sl.clness, hut iiuliijujiumbcr weru
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.OHt-). PICK PI UG CUT, PIED.
MONT CIGARETTES, CUX CIGA
RETTES, and tlhf tat vr coutovt
mutt t ut
Set t ion
CANKKTN, KOKKN AND
ALL KIIXKKAK NIJIUIilKS.
Ad'K.NTS FOR OllT FKOWKHS
Residence, . . . 142.