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i HE SENTINEL
BY DUBYNS A (JURKY.
Bntercdatthc Post ofllce, Oregon, Mo.
as Second Class Matter.
A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to tlie
Interests of the Heat County
In the Union.
TXKMS: $1.60 Par Tear.
Wateh the data flkml ynr aa a
lb aarila af tha paper. It Ulli tka data
ta waled year aaleorlptlea la paid.
Friday, February 91. 1013.
Presbyterian Church Notes.
Last. Sunday was a beautiful spring
day. We have heard that In the cit
ies the automobile take people away
from church, but this evidently does
not hold true In the small town, for
all the families In our Church owning
autos, were represented at the uiotii
lug service. In the evening the
Iioum! was full to hear I he lecture on
"Africa." The picture machine was
operated without a hitch by Mr.
Hanson Murray, and the pictures
jrave a (rood Idea of the scenery, peo
ple anil mission work iti the dark
The Christian Kudcavorer Society
Is becoming ultc a Unsocial factor
In the church work. Within the last,
month the society has given Io.iki
to charitable work In town: tln.ou to
Foreign Missions: lo.on to Home
Missions and last. Suuday;votcd tlo.oo
to help buy a carpet for the cradle
roll in the Sunday school. Ml Vir
ginia Net lieilaml gave a piano solo
last Sunday night thai was very
much enjoyed. Mrs. Hunker Is the
leader for next Sunday nk-lit . The
Mibjccl, "Mission Work at Home and
Abroad." Matt. 10:7-11.
Mr. Hubert Montgomery's cia In
Sunday mMiooI continue to grow . and
tlnds Old Testament History very In
teresting under the leailerbip of this
veteran teacher, who ha been for so
many ,ear a talthful leaih'i in Sun
day school wink.
The iisii il service on next Sunday
morning. n Sunday night there
will be a union service at, the Met It
I'rayer meeting Thursday night at,
7:.'tO. (.'boll practice at homed'
lately after pr.iyei int'riiiig. at the
The ladles ipiartrltc sang a beaut I
till .intheiu last Sunday morning.
A cordial welcome in all. ('all on
the patoi for any set vice he can
tender ynu. I'astiui.
Rural Carriers to Meet.
Thu rural c.inlers of the Kouilh
congressional ilistilel, of Missouri,
will bold a inci'tliiy at the federal
building' In St. .losepli, Saturday,
I'eb. 'Si, the meeting lielng called to
order at o::;u o'clock In the mo.iiltig
with an address by Hcorgc N. Hragoo,
til 'I'arklo, Mo.. pieldent of the as
sociation. Anions; our loca carriers
who ire on the piugiatii, iiic:
Addresx, "Some Aclileveineiils of
dm National Association" .I..I. I.u-sen-,
Addtess, "The Motoicycle as a llu
laH'ai ilei's Vehicle'' Hugh Marsha,
I'.Mii'l lelice mectlnc "M Most II.
ell I -in i:peri'iice. ' It. A. Iliiiiewlt,
S.itaun.ih: "M Ml Kmhariusslng
Kxp.'l lelice," ( '. A. Noe, Helena: "M v
i.i lihappoiulltii' i:perieuce.''
Cliailc lie Long, HiW'liwood: "My
Mo-t titatlfylug experience," A. I.
(General itvpcrlein'i's K.icli earlier
pre.ent will be expected to tell of
Mum' expeiieiice be has bad w bile ill
til" ei VlC '.
.Ml e.ntler In Hie dMricl an-In-Miel
iii attend Hie convention Im
wha au.nl they ca t receive from the
Death of J. M. Kcnyon. A Good Sale.
The news teaches us of n.e death The I'M ward Fiihrman .V Sons' sale
of .1. M. Keiiyon. wlilch occulted at of Ditroc sons am! gilts, which was
lib h mie In l.os Angeles, ('.illforul t. held Wedues lay of lasft week, was one
qii Wednesday of last week, l-'ehruarj of the boM they have ever held. The
111. I i;i. The bad lielng brought to crowd was a I ugc oueaud price were
Malt laud, where funeral M-rvlccs 'kept up at sonablc llgures, and at
weie held Wednesda) or this week, no time was there any lagging the
luth Instant. being hurled with Ma- bidding. Messrs. Cles and Hetitou.
sonic honors. the auctloue, l.ne. what theyweie
Mr. Kcnyuti was the son of Thomas
Ketiyon, who located on the laud on
which I'llhnoie is now located, In
,18."W, where the deceased was born
April II. I4n. At the death of his
father, he took charge of the home
farm, although hut I" years of age.
In iHiii' he went to Colorado and en
gaged in freighting and mining, and
In Isjf.p was In the grocery business
at War.ateb, Colorado, lie disposed
of this business and returned to An
drew count. v.
Mr. Keiiyon married Mis Mmlly
.lacksou, Novembei II. I Witt, and she
died at Kansas City, May in, l!2,
and his sou, ( 'lytic, died In St . I.ouls,
October Id, Iini'i.
After Id reliiiu from Colorado,
Mr. Keiiyon engaged in the breeding
of Sborl-llom cattle until l-77. when
he closed out hi entile herd at St.
Joseph In s77-7s he was In Head
wood. Sniitli H.ikota. and in ls lie
located at Midland, uiiihirkltig In
the dry good business, but In u short
time sold his inislness and In Ml he
purchased the I'.ischal & Spencer
hardware stock and continued this
business. Thus he became one f
Malt land's earliest buliie- men.
The old dry goods linn was known a
Keiiyon ,V Col rrly and about lti'ii he
sold hi hardware business, to Noel
- McNaul and In I!mm! he went west,
where he had made Ills home.
H'l (IcIoImu ,1. isi.H. the Hiaham
Ma-.mlc loilce was moved to Malt
laud, and it name changed to Mail
land lodge. No 111', and Mr. Ketiyon
was chosen a Hie thsl W. M its
Ii'"'oiiiIiih km. .mi as Malt laud Indue
and Is the s nd ot Hie mil of orlu-
Inal oilleers . . pass awa .1. I.
(!" dpas! uie a. i the Senior Waiden
ill lb-time. ' 1 1 be died .lautiaiy '.'7.
Unit The sin vlvlng nlllceis me: C.
i: during. .1. I . Hellouu, II W. (ill
berl. Iiavld K i'ii iK'd . At Hnrlim and
r. v. .11 is siirvlM'il b his
wife and a d.iii'.'iiter, Mr-. II. A. Wil-Han-.
They Hoard Hamlet.
The lollow liu members of I lie lll'li
School attended Sotbeiiiaud Mallow's
production of Hamlet at the TooU'j
Theatre In St. Joseph, Monday even
luu: Veil I'l.issiuan. I.villa Actoll.
liiace Itiiie.t. M inn a sii'ut I . Anne Kin
'ie. Itciii.iii K vp. Iluii-on Mo i ray,
I'l.uil, Kleel.. I lovd Coltin.llHl,
UiKiev M.nil-. Ilauv I 'el lee.
Senior da: Ualherliie
Klliel Allen. Ilruce
liiaham M.'oie. Wiullelil
I rani; (iithu I. and Kiauk
i neeii. ol t be Junior cla: .b'M-phlne
Aluriay. Kathleen I'ioiiiI, and lli'-l
I'.ll ii-IMill, of Hie Soplioinoie i-ias:
Mildcil Kin);. IMIHi lllude. Mamei.t
I Hiiiatlllce. and Heni Cell, of the
l''ieslniiaii class; Heelei I'lliuauiice.
of tlieslxtb urade They were eh i
i eie I b ("lowing te.ii'lieis:
Mi mil Mr-, i:. .1, I'owell. AuuaCur
I I II l I I'eiel. Mallelle S.Milonds,
Mattle .lacksou, Ktta tiieeuainl Mr.
uitieis who atlendeil were: Mr.
and Mi. Claude Kim;. Hi and Mrs.
H li. I'leiee, Mi. and Mi. Ilowaid
'I'e.iie, Mi. and Mi T. I'. I'll .man
lice, Mi. in .i Illume, ll'iiiiiie llioil
li.'i'l,, (iuta Cpperiiiau, Myrtle I'libi
man, Kmma llollinau, l.ol l.lcbaids,
.M.ili.'l lluiil-liian, llounie (iieeli, llet-
He Heeler. I ,-.U'oli libui. Olio
I uliiiii.ui, 1'iaiik i'.itle, Hubert
ll.iti-ii. and Hick Hohni.
I now have on hand
the "Royal Society"
(roods, also the Royal
Society Floss in all
c lors and qualities.
These goods recom
mend themselves both
as to quality and price.
I also carry Crochet
Cottons. Needles, Fan
cy Braids and other
for art needleworkers.
StAmnInn and Slen-
i r " ' '
j citing done at reason-
tff Yours for quality,
I Mrs, MiiHiie H. Moore i
I if 1 1. 1 If Jl Id Ull I I
Joint School Contest.
At I'lirbes, Satuiilay, March .",
1 'l.i. In the follow hie: M'houls:
I'Vntie. i )al; (iine, Wnu, llaker,
I'lerce .i i ii 1 Highland.
HI III KM II IN.
nam . i,voli.inal eercle, conduct
e I by Hc. I!. V. l ell.
n:.M Wel.'inne addies. I'rof. C. C.
I !: Addie, Mr. Harry Milne.
n::in Cake ciiuiet by edi ts,
i;iiii Map conlet by both )lrlsand
a r IT. UN I in..
I:;:u tUpenim; exercises, music.
LMHi Address, lr. W.S. HreKory:
"The Heasou for Crop notation."
J:.iu l.ecluieon "AKilcullure" by
I'rof. John K. (,'aineron, head of the
Department of Agriculture, of the
Northwest Slate Normal School,
;i:,ti Corn contest, by boys.
7:.Ki Opeiiiii); exercises, musicale.
7:4-V Declamatory contest, after
which all pri.es will he awarded.
Ilemember the date, Salnnlav,
March l.'i, llil.t.
We Are Voitrs Truly. O. C. Hop
kins, Honnle K. (lieeue, C, (!, Walk-
rMua A. Wau'oner. 1'uyla Holers,
Sylvia Krlel and Ida Ka'siuu.
sellhii;. and kepi I hint's moving
the time. The following were
No. I. (leo. Stephenson, Orenon.1i.l4 00
'i, Alvln Hrelner. Oregon. . . .To ihi
J, .las. (julck. Korest City., ill on
4,1). I'. Hot ktn. New Point. 41 mi
.", John Whltters, I'latts-
Iiiitk'. Mi oil ihi
I. Walter Kuhrniaii. Hlpe-
low is u)
7, A. H. I'M ward, Hamil
ton, Mo U2 oil
, (). I'. Hotkln.New Point. :w mi
n, drey Demasters. Platte
City h7 .V)
in, Thomas Fuller, Forest
II, Walter Fiihrinan. Hlce-
I'.'. A. II. Kdwards, Hamil
ton I.'l I Ml
i:i. A. It. I'Mwatds. Hamilton .'17 nu
14, Peter Slpe.s. Forest City. 'Jii iki
lo. II. II. Terhune, I'oreM
17, (irey Demasters. Platte
s, ( orw In 'eller, t heKon .
I!i. Heo. Nichols, Oregon
J'. W. A. Hallsback. Hamil
21. John Whllteis. Piatt-
burn. Mo -i in)
Si, W. A. Hallsback. Hamil
ton, Mo II IK)
J.t. A. H. Kdwards, llainll-
Jt, Alvln Cirelner. Dieuon .
W. A. Hallsback
I'll, Harold Maikt. Oregon .
Ilaiold Markl. (irecon
John Whltters. Plait-
i irey Demasters, Platte
Corwin .idler, (treuon
Harold Maikt. OieK"ii
lien. Mcliots. OreL'on .,
;.. II. Maikt. Ou k'oii
.'7. II. Maikt, Ori'K'on
is. .titi.ii Wldllei. I 'I.U I e
(irey Demater. Piatt-
to, II u.n Miirlii. i ueeou .
CI I IS
IJ. Peter Slpes. Forest City. '27 (
I. 'l. Peter Slpc. Forest City. :tl .'if
II, Harold Maikt, orcKou .. J7 no
I.7. Peter Slpes. Forest City. .11 .HI
in, ('has. Dawson, Forest
17, Ilaiold Markt, Oregon. .
Is. Ilaiold Marki. Oregon .
Haines promptly oiled and re-pili.-d
it ('tare C.il!o', llrt iloir
soul li ol .uoK ,v Hoecker Hank.
Five Span of ynod Mules, coming
tbiee-year old, well broke, for salt'.
Call on or addies. I.awicncc Walker,
dieuou. Ma., 1'iiiiti- Farmer
Heinember the spiclal election to
be lielil al the court house, Monday,
.Mairli .1, p.il.'l, for the purpose of oi
iiiK sI.ikhi aildltional in bonds, to bu
used for needed Improvements and an
additional I'liulne. also needed, at the
i'li rl i b llulit and water plant Vote
in f.ior of the bond. An extra en
nine I needed lncac of abieak-dowu.
I Something in I
A Nice Little Gift
In The Jewelry Line?
IT MAY BE
A NICE SET RING, the
kind in which the
sets are first-class
and guaranteed to
A Plain Ring orSlgnet.
Neck-Chain, with or
without Pendant or
Cuff Buttons, Brooch,
Bar Pin, - Tie Pin.
Watch Chain or Fob,
Tie Pin or Tie Clasp.
A Watch or Clock,
Silverware, or a Piece
of Hand Painted China.
You may find them at
CAREY Li BUNKER'S
...I. H. Sloan has a lot of stove
wood foi sal4. Call on New Point
Some of the farmers In the Imme
diate vicinity of OreKon. were plow
ing, till Wtt-k.
Mr Jake lteee, of .Kansas City.
Is here, the Kiiest of her patents.
Andrew Hurrler and wife.
- If you want some kooiI hede
posts, call on or address, Watson
Hloomer, Oregon, Mo., Itoute One.
We oil your Harness with pure
Neats-foot Oil, l.oo per set. C. J.
Fuhrmati Hldg. Fiiank I'ostkii.
Mrs. M. K. CrimeH has been sick
for the past two weeks with grippe
and bilious fever, but, Is better now.
-LOST-Onc Alumlntim llariette,
set with llrllllants. Finder please
return to this oltlca and In; rewarded.
Miss Mattle Morris, of the Mar
ion district, left Monday for I. a
Pryor, Texas, where she will visit
her brother, John.
John S, Moore and wife, residing
about eight miles north or Oregon,
were visiting with relatives In Ore
gon and vicinity, this week.
--Harry K. Hasness, John II.
Kteves. Fred Cook and Will Mooro
were In Kansas City, this week, at
tending the automobile show.
i, nancy iiunKer was in Kansas
City, this week, looking after busi
ness Interests, visiting relatives and
attending the automobile show.
We have line line of Heavy Har
ness ready for your inspection. Sec
them and get my prices. C.I. Fiihr
inan Hldg. Fiiank FoTi:tt.
Harvey l-.vans has leluriii-d from
White City, Kansas, where he visited
his mother, and assisted a brother to
buy a stock of groceries and open up
Ills store In that city.
-II. C. Ileiilon, the auctioneer, will
sell a lot household goods, on the
north side public square. Satuiilay,
Feb. 'Si, IHI.'I. If weather Is bad. sate
will be held the second bouse east of
Mr. and Mis. A. II. Ileishner an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter. I.va Mae. to Mr. Frank A. Hunt.
on Thursday evening, March IUKI,
at 7 o'clock at Nlekcll's(iroechurch,
A public sale ol Household Hoods,
will be had Saturday, Feb. '.".'. at the
ninth side of public siiiaie II the
weather Is permlttable. If not. -ale
will be held at the stolid house east
of Hie Jail.
The members of Meyer Post will
meet at the home of their comrade,
I..C. Powell, next Saturday afternoon,
February 22d Heo. Washington's
birthday. Comrades are requested to
meet not later than 2:.'lo p. in.
Ml-s Mint a Powell and brother,
(.,raig rouell, of Mmiciis. .Mo., are
visiting their brother, Mr. K. J. Pow
ell. They attended Hamlet In St.
Joseph and met the Powell's tbeie,
coming on to Oregon with them.
J. F. Durr and wife sue visiting
heie. the guests of Mrs. Dun's moth
er, Mrs. IJ..le Hendricks. They have
been been living at Milo, this state,
but are now on their way to Lincoln,
Nebraska, where they expect to mako
The Oregon Commercial Club
will hold Its annual baniiiet this
Friday evening. February I'M, at
the Ciem Theatre. Mr. Fred Nell-
dorlf, president nf the St. Joseph He
tallers Association, will deliver the
- Vote for the fncrease in bonds
to be used for improvements and
another engine at the light and
water plant, giving us an extra
engine In case of a break down. Flee
Hon tu be held at the court house,
Monday. March .'I, ItH.'l.
Kccnrder John lllbbard. Ids
fathei, Judge Heorge lllbbanl and
Kd. Hunt, left Tuesday of this neck,
for Shannon county, Mlssnuil. wheie
John has some laud, and they will
also look over some other sect Ions of
that country before returning. They
will he absent aboil) ten days.
Frank Kuealuand wife, of Fill
more, and son, Dr. Karl Kueale, of
St. Louis, who Is here visiting them,
weie In Oregon, Tuesday of this
week, visiting his mother, Mrs,
James Kueale and other relatives,
but principally In see hi brother,
Tom, who was so dangerously sick,
last week. However, upon arriving
here he found Tom able to be up.. In
fact, was out on the streets,
Hev H. N. Kunkel ami family
were given a farewell reception In
thu M. K. church, Tuesday evening.
Mr. Kunkel has been transferred to
Dorchester and will leave for his
new home the last of the week. A
'short musical piogram was rendered
' and a social hour spent by all, after
which rcfacshmeniK were served by
the ladles of the, church. This fam
ily have been In Day kin, Nebraska,
4) years and have made many friends
who regret to see them leave. They
take with them the good wishes of
the best clclzi'iishlp of the commun
ity. News and Press, Falibury, Ne-
.I.....I.M L-.il. 11. IV.... I.
AVillODAttt COM. T. lit',. JIIIIKC! S U
.. son of John 11. Kunkel and ''wire, of
near Uils city,' and Is well and favor-
P.anil frlendo In OregonriindWclriltv'. '
Grow Fancy Apples
J GEO. R. MURRAY, . OREGON, MO.
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TKTJ-HlTHsTIT-"!.- T Ti H ! K I WIsT Wt W W T ITU
and other fruit. Cut out the "cull." and yet the price,
ilo li lie keenlne oiir orchard clean, oriiiilui; a little every
June and spraying regularly with Pyiow
Our ten vear old (iaiioiiivhard.. sprayed twice with Pyrox last
season, brought a little over one bundled dollars per acie. and the
total cost of material and labor va only live pel cent ol tills amount.
Money spent for good spraying material and properly applied Is Hie
best Investment a fruit grower can make.
Systematic spraying will make us dollars where we have here-to-fore
made dimes. Hlg up a spray pump and lay In a few kegs of Py
rox: give voiir orchard a "stiuare deal" and you will he surprised at
Its showing tlnanclallv.
Pyrox tills the barrel with the kind that used to go on top. Let
me have your order for Pyrox the one best spray. I have the agen
cy for Holt county.
1 will oiler at Public Sale, on my farm, two miles north of Oiegon, Mo., be
ginning at I n clock p. in., sharp, on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1913,
the following described property, to-wlt:
In Head of Hogs 15
In head of shoals, all healthy and in line shape, will weigh about !:.'. pounds:
I nice gilt. Orrlck Kreek stock, will weigh about .:oo pounds: I I'olatuM bins.
sow, Oerly s stock: 1 light gilt: two Mack sows, one with (i pigs try her side.
All of the sows will bring pigs from the nth to the loth of April.
7 Head of Good Milk Cows 7
One No. I red milk cow, il years old. will be fresh In April: I black cow, t
cars old. will be fresh In May: I red cow, I years old, will bu fresh in June,
red heifer, comlmr 'J-vear-old, will be flesh In June: two red cows. I I Years
old and the other 7. ulve two gallons of milk ner day each: I led cow . . years
old. fresh, good milker.
Corn, Onts, Hay and Straw.
About sou bushels of corn in ci Hi. to be sold by weleht: l'ihi bu.bels of eood
seed oats: 'J tons, more or less, of good timothy and clover hav. mixed: one
ton of good oats straw , or more. All of Hie hay and straw haled and In the
barn, tu Hue shape.
Also will sell one good hay horse, coming yeais old, good single driver,
perfectly gentle, and is not afraid or auto, either day or nleht, will iMtarau-
tee him to he perfectly sound.
TERMS OF SALE:
lo.iKi mid under cah: over that amount, a credit of (I months' will le
given, with approved security, hearing s percent Interest from date.
0. BENTON. Auctioneer. D. B. KUNKEL, Clerk.
Mules for Sale!
I have for sale 20 head of four
and five-year-old Mules: all broke
and all are big and fat. Also some
3-year-old mules and horses.
Will sell to suit purchaser, on
time if desired.
D. A. Gelvin,
DONT BUY A SILO
until you have investigated the Com
mon Sense Silo, sold by Ruley & Kunkel.
because you pay no royality on a Patent
Door, or any other patent. You buy the lum
ber just as you would for a barn bill. Or if
you prefer, we will build it from foundation
Sense Silo is the
only Silo insur
able against tor
nado, wind, etc.
QET OUR PRICES.
RULEY & KUNKEL