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VOLUME XXV.
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OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1889.
NUMBER 18.
JESSE C. FITTS,
Having just pur
chased our Fall
and Winter stock
from the Eastern
Importers and
lanu facturers,
we are now ready
to show you the
handsomest line
of
Dry yiylik
j
Hi
ever snown mi
Northwest Mo.!
Our line of
KJ Kf T
is yasi eJegairc j
that's a 1 1 y o u
cannot "beat them j
in price or quali-i
ty in any foreign j
market. FGrall!
the !
XT jED
AND
Stylish
Goods
NUVLLII
you want to al
ways co ni e to
Fitts', where you
are sure to be
pleased. W e car
ry all the Latest
n !
Soliciting your
trade, I am
Hesp. Yours,
JESSE G. FITTS,
ONE PRICE CASH STORE.
OREGON, MO.
T Tax-I'iiyors.
Notice is horrby ghen to the tax pay
ers of t!- City of Oregon, that tho cur
rent tux b'is for the yisir 1.. ;ir -now
ii my hands. :tnl the c-ity taxes are
now due. You are hereby imtilied to
call ami se'tle your taxes at once. Cm
be found at the Major's office.
HKNRY MOLTER. j
Citv Collector.
Oregon. Mo.. Am?. 10. lsst. '
Time: Table.
Below will lj foiiri'l the time of de
parture of the pas-enger train.- oer the
K. (.'. roail ami al.-o the Denver through
trains the Burlingtm route:
;oin; :;o;:tii:
No. 1 leaves Forest City afJ:-17 p. in.
:t Leaves at 1 : U a. m.
No. It; Yiilisca. lcaws at : p. in.
No. l."V iJurlintg'in Route, leaves at
ln.-Ji! a. in.
.oi:.. south:
No. -2 Leaves Forest City at 1:1.. p. in.
No. t Leaves at lil'.ta. m.
.V... 11 Viihsca. leaves at 10:2.) .,. m.
No. Ill Burlington Route, leaves at
i:Vi p. in.
- Fur bargains in Harness go to Boyd.
- See L. I. Moore before jmi buy your
gro. -cries.
- Frank IVter has a new single buggy
for sale eheap.
- A.Id.tioii.d local will be found on tiie
fourth page.
Mother Itcrshbergcr was visiting in
Maitland this week.
Don't buy your millinery until you
have wen Mary Curry.
! Philip Sinel.iir is entertaining a
brother and family froai Iowa.
- Window Gl,:ss ami I'utty at Dr.
Maxwell's drug store at Now I'oint.
IJ iltoiu farmers address T. M. Hud
gins. Forbes, for low rates or intere.-.t.
Dmii'! buy any wagon until you have
j examined the Xew Haiti at 1). M. M's.
I --.J ie liob!it;-e!l and v.if",of Maitland,
were vi;:ting relatives in Oregon this
w-cic.
Fir the L;ghl Running Domestic
Best Sewing Machine made See II. K.
1 Vnny.
-We an sorry to learn that the hog
cholera is r.tiur in certain parts of Holt
county.
- $tIi.S." buys a .'5-inch Gear Brake
Bain Wagon with double clipped axles
of Bo;.d.
- George HolTinarn. of St. Joseph, was
visiting his sister, Mrs. Daniel Schulte,
la.-t week.
A Sehcxi! Bag given away at Frank
Peter's with each and every pairor shoes
puieha id.
Mrr.. Kmma Dobjns returned but
we. k from a few d.ijs' vioit with rel;i-!j.e.-.
in Chicago.
'J!.e Bain or Fish Bio. are the Ii;lit
e t r;i:i:i; ;g van on o.srth. Hx.imino
th,-mat 1. M. Martins.
K imeil d-t Seiimokv!" Dean's Pure
Si jek at Kinj; .v Proud".-'. 1'he best ."
e'.ar ever on iho iu;:ri:et.
f iiner r.lt. Mosio, Orange (!ider,
.vila !. llireii licr.Milk Shake, lein-un.fle-
At CP. llosletter's.
.J'je Payne (colored), formerly of t!i;s
p'.::c". will proieh in the Colored Baptist
e'.iurrh, this city, next Sund.iy.
S.'in Hayleit. one of t!ie largest
--t'-l: rairers of X-.;d.iw.iy county, was the
ueot o: .lui5i;e J.uue.-- Duncan last week.
- Djjoiiw.uit Home of that ehoiee
"ihMen P.i Corn" for 2' U- jer pound,
or. ;.T iian.lred ioundj': H. L. Brou-
lieek.
- Wood and Dink Hart, of Andrew
ri.n.ity. 'Aore t'no ue.-ts of their cou.-in.
A!tx.::ider YanBuskirk, one day last
wee1:.
L. I. Moore has moved into his
h mdsome re-iden.-e. and the house va
cated by him will be occupied by Joe
Graham.
William Sterreit left last Mon.lay
for St. Louis, v. here he will resume his
studies in the Missouri Medical College
of thai city.
- Grant Holiz, '.ho has been layin;;olT
for several weeks on account of sickness,
resumed his route as mail aj;ent on tiie
B. M., this week.
- F. H. Iev.ley ,t C-)., etiieken buyers,
i!l be. at tlio store of Knl Yeber,
Forest City, Friday, Saturday and Mon
day. J!eiiber lt!i. otii and 7t!i.
Wiibur Thorpe ha-s purchased the
i!io'i!' line between Oregon and For
el ('itj and iias movid the oliice up
stairs in the old Master's brick.
- ted Brodlieek has du' :!!' bushels of
(Kit aloes from acres of ground, and
&2 buhe!s from 17 square rods. There
are no "llies" on any or them either.
E.1 Pinkston, of Maitland. was trans
acting business in Oregon last Saturday.
He was accompanied homo by Will Col
lins, who visited with him oer Sunday.
- Don't fail to attend Mrs. Williams'
hvture at tiie Presbturian church next
Friday e.veni.i!,'. O. tob.-.r ith. Ali are in
vit. .1, -jieeially l'ue jou.i,; lailies and
oiiu i: ntleme.i. Com.
The old farmer. who ba-o their
weather predictions on the thickness of
the corn husk, say that v.e are to hae a
lonu ha iil uinter. As xet nobody cut
heaid an old farmer predict anxthin
ehe.
Mr. Kd. Davis, who purchased Mr.
Piiil'irick's barU'r business was joined
b his wife, who arrived from Clay Cen
ter, Kansas. Wednesday; they p to
h-Mi.-e keeping in tho Clark Philbrick
projerty.
At tiie .--tore of Frank Peter a ticket
uiil lo civcn with each and every pur-clia.-e.
To the holder of the greatest
number of tickets eoes $20.00 in pild.
To the holder of the second greatest
number j?UUM in cold.
- Yine Hovey, ticket neeut at Forest
City, will sell excur.-ion tickets to St. Jo
seph Exposition .mil return at Sl.oo for
round trip. od for five days. This
ticket will also admit you into the expo
sition grounds. K.'inember, only Sl.."io
for round trip and admission into fair
grounds. Tlie-ie tickets will be on sale
1 very day from now until October ."ith.
To All YVlioni it May Concern.
Xotice is hereby given, tiiat or.e by
tho name of Win. M. lleedy is no longer
employed by the Maryville Xursery as
agent for same, and his appointment is
hereby cancelled. Save vonr orders for
le.-ponsible agents. C. M. Moiiki:. .
(Jen Agent for Marville Xursery.
For bargains in Harness go to Boyd, j
For bargains in groceries, call on L. I
I. Moore.
School supplies of nil kinds at tho '
pOntollice.
- Xew and Second-hand wagons at H.
C. Schmidts.
--Kate G. Holt z is visiting relatives in
Kansas City.
- J. C. Morris has 1,00) to loan. Ad
dress at Xew Point.
- Go to Dr. Maxwell's drug store at
X'ew Point for School Books.
The latest styles in fall and winter
hats and bonnets at Mary Curry's.
- School supplies -Tablets, pens, ink3
pencils, slates, etc., at the po.-.totliee.
Mrs. Martha Ellen Lane, of Har
lem, is visiting with her cousin near
Forbes.
- Tony Keeves, of Savannah, was shak
ing hands with his old friends in Oregon,
this week.
Ask A. C. Ware if ho has recovered
his mules that were stolen from him ono
day last week.
Tho best ami cheapest Condition
Powders ever made at Dr. Maxwell's
drug store at X'ew Point.
- Preaching at tiie Christian church
next Sunday, morning and evening, by
the pastor, ttev. Sibereil.
- Profs. KielT, Green and Hannn, of
For bargains in Buggies go to Boyd.
Get your Picture Frames at H. E.
Denny's.
If jou want to save money buy gro
ceries of Moore.
Buy the Bain Wagon of Boyd. He
will save you money.
Charles Harris is working on the
"Kadical" in St. Joseph.
Dr. Maxwell will dooflice practice at
his drug store at Xew Point.
Sewing Machine Xeedles and Sup
plieg for sale by H. E. Denny.
For bargains in Buggies go to Boyd.
Best line of groceries in tho county
at L. I. Moore's.
For bargains in Buggies, Wagons
and Harness go to Boyd.
May Curry ia visitingharsister,Mrs.
C. D.'Zook, in Kansas City.
Buy your Wall Paper of H. E. Denny
Largest stock in the county.
For desirable building lots in Oregon
call on or write to William Kaueher, On -gon,
Mo.
The I. O. O. F's.are having their hall
i Tho largest and best school tablets j re-shingled. William Kaueher is doing
f. tl.,. .it tl.n ,fi;. ! tho work.
'Cado" Bunker is attending the races I Mr. Ululmer reports the averago
and visiting relatives in Kansas City. yield of sornhum this year to be over 1CHJ
-Atchison county has eight divorce j Hons per acre.
TO
OUT!
eases on tho docket for next term of cir
cuit court.
- A. D. Decker, of the Gordon district,
has just completed a tine story-and-a
j half residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Callaway, of Mercer
county, aro being entertained this week
by Mrs. James Curtis.
Rev. Tandy has been conducting a
very successful series of meetings at
Amazonia tho past week.
Rev. Siberell will begin a series of
meetings .it the Union school house next
Monday ovening, October 7tii.
- Salts, Coppcrass and Sulphur in
our p.sblie schools, attended tho exposi- ilrr,0 ,ua!ititics and cheap at Dr. Max-
t;on in St. Jo.-eph last Saturday.
- Robert Montgomery was in attend- j
ance at a meeting of the Bankers' Asso- j
ci.ition in K msas City, lat week.
- 11. F. Steigciuicyer, wife and child, j
f Van Horn. Benton county, Iowa, are
tiie guests of John Xoellsch and family.
- Isaac Yothers. wife and daughter, of
(age County, Nebraska, am visiting at
Peter Ljuck's and other friends in this
county.
- David Huston, of Sidney. Iowa, has
well's drug store, X'ew Point.
- Miss Emma Kaltonbach, of Craig,
bpent a few days witli her parents near
this city, a few days last week.
- -F. Libby delivered at Forest City
last Friday twelve head of hogs that
averaged "H) iKiunds. Ho received lc.
- For clear unadulterated sweetness
in largo quantities, a sorghum factory
and female seminary are about on a par.
- Rev. T. D. Roberts will preach in
Oregon next Sabbath, morning
opened a bo.t and shoe store in the rcom I ;;,),, and at Wood's school house at
formerly occupied by the Dankers Broth- :j:;o .,. in.
George H. Landroy and family ar
rived from Xess County, Kansas, this
week. They aro back to stay.
Rev. II. B. Rostock, of Fair Port.De
Kalb eounty, this state, was visiting his
parents here, this week.
L. P. Graham, of Bigelow. is visiting
his mother in Knoxville, Tennessee,
whom he has not seen in eight years.
J. F. Kellogg, County School Com
missioner, will hold teachers' public ex
amination in Maitland, Saturday, Octo
ber 12th.
- John Markt. of Upper Holt, whom
we reported as seriously sick, last week,
is, we are glad to learn, now considered
out of danger.
--Those that have promised us wood
on subscription will please bring in in at
once, as wo aro now in need of it. Bring
it in now while- the roads aro good.
- C. W. Lukens, dentist, will be at
Skidmore, Tuesday, October Sth and at
the Hiatt House. Mound City, Wednes
day and Thursday, October 0 and 10.
B. O. Cowan captured live prem
! nuns on his short horns, at the ht.
, I Josenh exnositiou hist Tuesday. He re-
"W'l ; .
J Having decided to discontinue our Clothing Department, from
I now on ws will offer our entire stock of
Including a large stock of Summer Clothing just received.
At Cost For asli.
I Here is a grand opportunity to buy First-Class Goods at
j slaughtering Prices. Come early and secure the greatest bar
! gains ever offered. Come and see us for anything ycu want in
ihc
ers in Corning.
- George Wagner sold tifty-fonr he id
of cattle last week to D. A. Gelvin, that
averaged OXi pounds. Tiie price paid
was fmir cents.
-Mary Curry is headquarters Tor the
latest styles in hats and bonnets. Be
sure and sec her if you want the latent
styles and lo.vest pi ices.
Over lito of our best farmers can tell
jem r the light draft and other good !
features of tho Orchard City wagon, ii.
--Bring along j-our job work. You w ill
want letter heads, statements. envelopes. 1
Come and have them printed before the
rush of fall trade.
Did vou ever hear of a Schuttlcr
Wagon breaking down or running heavy? 1
Why? They aro not made that way. H. !
C. Schmidt, Agent, Oregon, Mo.
- -Mrs. L-ittie Chapman with her three
children and Miss Kate Roberts, of Ma
comb. Illinois, are in our citj-on a visit
! ceived a premium on every enWy made.
Miss Ella Jacobs, formerly of this
city, was united in marriage on Tuesday
last at tho excitation grounds. St. Joe.,
to Charles L-iporte. Wo congratulate
tho happy couple.
i.,. ncnmiiu, .ige,;;. u.egyn, ...0. ,.0;)erts-
- For the past four weeks t lie sale of 1 .M;irriod, bv Rev. T. I). Roberts at
tickets at the Forest City station amount- ,. r. -,,.,. " tMniuv iR,
Jofeph Coleman, of Jackson Countj-,
This is tho last week othe Xew
Era Exposition at St. Joseph, and any
of our readers who have not yefseen tiie
sightj should do so at once. They will
find it no ordinary bhow.
F. L. Maxwell, formerly principal of
the Craig schools, but who has been mak-
liuf l.I-i Ik. in., in rihtii tiie Ti.'ist Year, wilt
to their brother and his family, Rev. T. 1 7" . ifi, ",, ...,.
tho Center school, south of Craig.
ed to ?1.1S7.7."). Six hundred St. Joseph
tickets were sold for the same lime.
- E 1 Rti. who has been court stenog
rapher of this judicial circuit for several
years, has resigned and accepted a posi
tion in the laud ollico at Oberlin, Kan.
Since Jtinuary lirst. D. A. Galv:n,of
Maitland, has shipped .",(cll head of cat
tle and fortj -uiie car loads of hogs. He
is now feeding two hundred hei.d of cattle.
W. M. Stuart and daughter,
have been the gia sts of
and wife for sewral wee
their home in i',.v. nee,
week.
Scott Carson and family,J.D.L'-.ueks
and the Misrs Milliinan, who have
been visiting friends in this couut-.start
on their return home in Chase Countj-,
Nebraska, one day this week.
Fred Wilson, who played centerlield
with the Oregon "A.ureines," left last
Sunday night for Birmingham, Alabama.
Ho w.isaocoinpanied bj- Daniel Zook, Jr.
They tool; the "side-door sleeper" route.
- D. M. Martin will sell jou a better
Chas. Wjiie, of whom we have fre
quently Spoken as being quite- ill cr late,
is much worse wo .ire told, and it is
thought tl.at it will, in all probability,
bo necessary to take him to an asylum
Kan -as, and Miss Martha A. Reavis, of
Forest City.
- ljT.irence nnucner lias reacneu rue 1 j(1 fj10 nyar future,
unonwable dignity of pedagogue and will j ,r,;m1n nr:1 r ,, v.e
!c-,lrn l:ut week ns beinc senouslv ill.
this tem:.- ()n Hn,jnvan(i was buried on Mon
! dav at the Forest City cemetery. Mrs.
Mary Curry has ju-t received her j praro was 7l years old and was a sister
new fall and .vintr stock of millinery - 1 ( n.mrv t'.-;r... north of town.
wield the correcting rod in tho Cherry
(Grove, district near Crai
School logins next Monday
Dry Goods and
Grocen
j
j Line.
New, Fresh and G ood Goods at the
Most Treasonable Prices.
Salt, Crockery, Etc.
Bring in your Country Produce and
exchange it for the Best Goods
at the Lowest Cash Prices.
Tours Truly,
KREEK & WATSON,
: OREC-OK - - MO.
latest st vies and lowert prices. Go and 1
-We learn thi't our old friend. D. D.
,l-,i,,f t - r!,,i I l.-f . 1 r r..ll .. ,
M- H J! .-.c-w ' 1 . cm 1 - . 1". ' . .Perkinr, contemplates going into toe
. It. lU'.io.rj ,;,( She ha.-, just what you want. , . ... ; i, r rn
m ill- 1 iiiiiii",?. .1 1 ti.iin 11 1 . ' iiv ,.. ...
ks, returneii to
Nebraska, t!
; just
Samuel Siuckev liascontr.icted with
Jure Kit Anibal. of HiL'clow. will con-
'""! Samuel David.-on to shelve and other-f ,,. the business. May you prosper,
w e .) relit the lower loom in the Master s n ,vn : ,..;.., ,,f the Sk.vt;:ki..
brick, that ho recentlj' traded for, thus
making a Xo. 1 store room oat of it.
Prof. J. W. Sanborn claims that over
i"0,(XK) designed for tho stato agricul-
George W. Clark and family left for
their home in Republic Coiintj-, Kansas,
on Wednesday last. They were to take
in Undo Sol. Miller at Troy and the
1 11 ral college farm have, been misappro- J Misses Kaueher, of Highland. Cirandpa
printed. As Prof. Sanborn was at tho and grandma Kaueher feel lonely now.
Lead of agricultural college Tor eight Mrs. Henry Minton and Mrs. Wiil
j-oars or more and only "recently removed, A jj.;re 8;Htors ".,, daughters of Joseph
ho should explain why iio did not make , I5(,vd who some years ago resided on
tins matter public long ago.
Mr. Mercer, tho pleasant and agree
able mail agent on the Villisca traiu.has.
his splendid fruit farm along ttie Diuus
aliovo Forest City, are now visiting with
their father in Douglass County. Mis-
wagon and a lighter running wagon for
less money than anybody. Bain, Fish
Bros., Studebaker, Molino or Jackson
make.Don't buy until you have seen him.
The Oregon "string band" were .sere- j
uadiug the citizens of White Cloud last !
Saturday night. They also discoursed
sweet music for tho citizens of Oregon,
.11, Mlii. 1. 111.11. 111,111113 -wiiiu .if,, ii", I " r..- Vi.-iru
, : about the Bain Wiuron. nsk such men as : a J u,irs
ooys. 1 -
i 1 i 1. ..,( i. iw- ! Robert Patterson. James Ramsej-, Daniel
bvterian church thi., Fridav evening. Go ' 111:1 l!,,am ow' 4Marrtln' , ,Jllhlnf ht?7 to 'f " ";'n hyU
and hear this gifted. Christian woman. Ch:lrks 1 '"tterHoa. George Hu.att, John name of Davis from Clay Center ivan
Mrs. Williams is the beloved Stato Su- , Feuerbacker, Branson Foster-I might sas. Mr. Davis will bring his family
perintendent or "V" work, and always "'10 f'nndreds, but ask any one that . hero this week, and take up his- perman
has something good to sav to the joung ever used the Bam. Sold and warranted ent residence amongst us. t lark has
pe qile " Com , by . M. Martin. : removed with his family to St. Joe.
-Do you know tiiat Dan Webster and ' The time for setting up r.'.oves is! Dr. J. T. Thatcher started for Ciii
'SandC'Kunkel wiil nrike you one do.- now at hand and lires will soon lie nee- eago on Sunday, to lie gone until about
en full" Cabinet Photos for 'M cents at e-sary every hour of the daj It is a the middle of next March. He goes to
Jiiei.h corner (ith g'xnl tune now, Wnro winter sets in, fori take a siiecial cour.-e in orim-iai suigerj.
we are sorrj- to learn, been laid up with ; soun.
tiie rhcumalism. He has recently been j Fall and winter apples aro now mov
beforo tho superintendant for examiua-' ing out.and our orchardists report better
tiou and received the remarkable grado ! crops than were expected before gather
of SWJU per cent -as near perfect as tho j ing time came on. The fruit crop alone
averago of route agents over attain. ! now brings more money into Holt eoun-
.. ... I tv than all her products together brought
nnouiti jou want 10 Know anjiningi
w jeara ago.
-Clark Philbrick has sold outhisbar-
their gallery in St.
opn
anteed. Call and see them.
- Dr. G. V". Swartz. formerij- of this
county, who was arrested at Nebraska
City a few weeks ago. on the charge of
practicing dentistry without a diploma, '
returned and located in Maitland, hav
ing purchased a half interest in the Her
ald, of that town. If this report is true,
the Skntiski. extends congratulations.
and Charles Streets. Old pictures people to give a little attention to fines ) and wo predict for him a highly success-co-iied
and emerged. Satisfaction guar- and chimneys. A majority of all acciden- ful and satisfactory trip. The Do-'tor is
t d lires can lie traced to detective Hiuv. already at the very top of the prolession
and it is to the interest of every house ' in his school of medicine,
owner to seo to it that every one in his A )W .. of ,)1r t(m. ,v;l(J
building is in good order. ) s(lln(.wh.lt iurm-t while passing a Iioum-
- The following parties from here will at having the female head of the family.
was tried at that tilace Ia.-t Friday and attend tho St. Louis fair which com- who was engaged in attending to her
acquitted. Dr. Swartz is a graduate, of mences next Monday, October 7th. The ' poultrj-, say: "Come here, ducky, come
the St. Joseph Medical College, and for -Wiled Prophets' Pageant" will take here;here's jour mate.come here duck-."
.some time had an ollico at Mound City, place, Tuesday evening. October Sth: Our staid friend thinking that he was
It is rumored that G. Walter Smith, Ciiester Case. Lee Ciiadduck. Frank AI- the party spoken to hastened away from
formerly of this county, but who has ' len. Cliaiies Marsh, Harry Kreek. George that part of town find since that . idven
bem in the wea amassing a fortune. has ' Sicilian, N. B. Irwin. Robert Russell. . turo never goes out without an amply
CharlesSterrctt.Guy Cummins, Ed.Gib- supply of deren.-ivo weapons about huu.
son. Bruce Kenney, T. L. Price. j .while j,, S. J03eph. this w-.-ek, we
N. F. Murraj-. who in all likelihood, ' dropped in to see iJhr old friends, J. B.
will take the l.lne rU.hmi ftir tho finest ' Bradv A C... of ."07. 5Tl.rai Felix Street,
and wishes the firm of Springs ,t Smith exhil)it of frllit at tho N-ew. Era kv,k,s1. t nnt we Kn m.VPT regret our visit, for wo
abundant success. ti(ll) (its,ir!s j0 return thanks toallof his were shown tho largest, the handsomest
Tho arrangements for the reunion horti(.uilurilI and other friends, who have and most complete line of Carpeting
at Maitland 011 the 0. 10 and 1 1th mst.. , fo (.t.llerousiv jlssjsted him in making his ' and Curtain materials ever placed on
are about completed. Everything has fim CKhil)U ;)f Hl)lt eo,lnlj. frIt. Mr. 1 the market in the we-t. That thej can
been done by tho various committees to Murray informs us that his exhibit will. ' sell jou Carpets, Curtains. Drajieries.
make it one of tho most interesting and , , , . advertiso Holt etc.. che.nner than anv house west of
county as a fruit counlrj", than anything Chicago, is n self evident fact, for this is
that has ever been dono yet, as he has in-' thoonljtirm west of thatcitjthat makes
quires cverj- day from dealers, shippers . an exclusive business of this line of goods,
and fruit growers all over the country in Mind you, they do not seli for "less than
regard to the beat noints in the count v cost," but ask jou to call and examine
to buy and ship fruit from; also, from , their stock before purchi'sing and be
parties who desire to locate hero.and en- convinced, no matter what the grade, '
gage in the fruit-growing business. The , that they can save you money on the
n wards on fruit, will 1 niaili Thursday. 1 tiurchase. Go and see this firm before
parade, the raw recruits.and man-other , jvrij;lJ- aml Saturday of this week. If ' you buy your good. You will be nston-!
interesting features of camp life will be ' ., .' n,,t i,.rrnv'o pyi.ihit ' lshed when vou learn how chean first-1
tho order of the da-. No iold ) soldier ;t wjjj well av vou ff)r (ur" timo anj ciass jfoojs can be purchased from them, i
.ar?r Howillbefound-Remember the numbers, 5U7l3(Oand
ment. in "The Temple of tho Must1 1 Till Felix Street, St. Joseph, '
I
t
I
enjojablo encampments ever held in this
section of the state. Major Warner and
Capt Po-egale will be present on Thurs
day and address the vets, and other
noted speakers w ill be present en Wed
nesday and Friday. Cora Fry and May
tiehin will also favor the old soldiers
with excellent recitations. Company
drills, skirmish lines, guard mount, dress
Now is the time to buy
ycur
Tli3Newost. Neatest. Nic
est Fitting Clothing can
be found at Frank Pe
ter's. New Goods re
ceived this week. My
Piicss arc below
COMPEffill
in my line. Also do not
forget me on ycur Kail
bii! of
I guarantee you the best
mace ircm noncst mate
ria! for the Least money.
Absolutely no shoddy
goods on sale at any
pries. Everything war
ranted -up to tiie han
riie." It is impossible to
gat such gocd. square
goods at such very low
prices oniy at Frank Pe
ters store. A School
Book Satchel with every
pair of Children's shoes.
I handle the "Red School
House Shoe" for Boys
and Giris. Try them.
Buy them. They are im
mense. I want your
trade. Must have ii.
Come in. Why not? I
have the qcods and make
ihP l nWFST PRICES. No humbua about that. With ev
ery Dollars' worth of goods sold new. goes a ticket. The person
thai has ihc greatest number of tickets on Christmas Bay ge:s a
S20.00 GOLD PiECE, and you can congratulate yourseii thai you
have had a sucerior piece of goods (whatever it may he., either
BOOTS. SHOSS. CLOTHING. KATS OR CAPS.) at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRIC. Yours Truly.
FRANK PETER,
OREGON, MISSOURI.
For bargains in Wagons go to Hoyd.
Survivors of tho Ohio brigade are
arranging for a meeting at the Maitland
encampment.
Rev. Warner has been at Clearmont
I the past week assisting in a series of
j meetings there.
t The members of the Ith M. S. M.
will hae a reunion at the Maitland en
campment next Thursdaj-.
! Julia Xeudorir. the little 7-year old
j daughter of Fred XeudorlT, of St. .Joseph,
J had the misfortune to fall one day lat
week and break a bone in her left arm.
I --Mrs. Allie Kunz and children, who
. have been spending the summer here
'with grandpa, George Meyer and wife,
jof Forbes township, returned to their
; home in Asjien. Colorado, this week.
! - Phillip Zilles. our old time Oregon
; jeuehr. was here Saturdaj-. and went
I back to St..lor-eph with lr. Thatcher on
Suudaj. Phil e.xpeets to make his home
in tiie far away stato of Nevada, in tiie
near future.
Andrew Frazer.formerlj" of Holt, but
I who lias for the last eight or ten years
i lieen in charge of a cattle ranche in
j Tanej- Countj-. Mo., vas here last Wed
' nesdaj- 011 business. Andy looks as uat-
Iural as an old shoe.
Tho race last Saturday at the ball
park, had three entries: C.irm Morgan
and Frank lV-ter. of the home team,
J and 'Ked" Murray, of the visiting club.
, Morgan won, coming out atxnit two feet
I ahead of Murraj and Foster.
j - Horse thieves seem to bloom in this
( section of tho conntrj-. Five cases are
I rcixirted within a radius of 'St miles. If
I any are captured we would prescribe a
j hlieral dose of hemp to the neck as a
splendid antidote. - Clearmont News.
Talk alKiut ierpetuals of anj- kind,
William Kaueher has inirl a seedling
ra.-pbeny that has been bearing continu
ously sinee June. Tho canes are now
bearing ripe, red. green berrie? ar.d homa
are in bloom. It iu a large Black Cap.
Ijist of letters remaining in tho pot
oliice at Forest City, Mo., uncalled for
dining the montli of September, lSstl:
Lester Crumb CJ). II. M. Fowler, August
Halsid. John M. Propes, A. J. Smith. G.
Williams. G. W. Umjiwis, P. M.
Tl umian Barker and John Smith
were lodged in jail last Mondaj" to serve
out a thirty days' sentence, adjudged
against them bj" "Spiire Caldwell of
Craig, for petit larceny. Thej- "nipped"'
an overcoat belonging to Dr. Kalcnbaeh,
of that place
- List week we reported tho burglary
of Uougr.u .fc Bennett's drug store at
Bo'ckow of some SUO worth of jewelery.
They had just replaced a large and new
stock, when on Mcindaj" night of last
week they wero again burglarized and
thtir entire stock stolen, oven tailing
some gold and silver watches that luid
bet 11 left with them for repair.
Missouri has 7rfJ.HU hore3j2J2,17i
.j mules, 73S V-oS milk cows, l.it&i."! oth-.r
cattle. iKSTinl sheep and .Vi"'-',7S0hogi.
I Missouri raided J KMJl.'H'O bushels or
corn last jear fiom ("vSSt acres, avor
j ng'ng tv.-entj--t wo bushels per acre to
1 iiiteen and one-half in Knnsxw. aiul
twenty-two in Arkansas. Lai-t jear
.Missouri sowed USK.II'J acres in oats
and harvested ,7S'J,0"(..
j Mrs. Alice Williams, of Cammn.
I Mo., State Superintendent of Voting W"
I men's Christian Temisernnco Work, will
! deliver a lecture at tho Presbyterian
I church next Friday evening. October
i 1th. Mrs. Williams need.? no encomiums.
! She has sjoken in Oregon a number of
tin:e and has never failed to havealarg..
audience. All aro cordiallj- invited. A
collection will bo taken to cover ex
' pense. Co:i.
j - The following letters remain nncail
1 cd for at the Oregon oit oilier, Septem
ber , 1S3H: M. S. Carson, C. W. Car
son, George Chambi'rlain, J. Carrigan,
' Daniel Fruncis, K. W. Frazif r, Mrs.Mary
I Hatlield, H G. Ilic5min...iidrew Holme,
(oo. F Hiil. Mrs. Mary A. Hoir. Unry
Howell, W. H. Johnson. John Myef-.
i!. Lyman. Mrs. C. A. Jones, Mrs. S.
F.. Kobi-m, James Sorts. l. Teriy, C. C.
. Weaver. U. P. Doiiv.ns, I. M.
; Tho fair in St. Tjouis opens ne?
! Monday. October 7th. The. "Vci" I
' Prophets" Pageant" will takopince.'Im-'
day evening. Oetobei 8th. Half f-ire t
St. Louis and return via tho Misscun
P.icilic raibvaj-. Ticket? on caleOeto. or
."ith to 12th inclusive, gixxl returning .i
ti! O.-mber Hth. The Mi-ouri P !h
is the only lino running Puiimau ba!.e
lee;ier and free reclining chair cars. Per
' tickets call on Walter G. Wilkins. j. .
senger and tn-k-.t agent, P.icitie 'I .
corn. f. Si. .b .--ph. M-j.
- 'I',,-..mailer t'v.vn.: up the river r-a
apparei.tly Kifestcni with ' a gai"; "
t!i- ie.. News of roaio r bbery frm
one of tin in reaches Oregon n. '
every d,ij'. Kariy 'l'ne.-'i.!y moriiia, l'n
store of John Miller, u S-ivann.di 'J:j
goods merchant was broken into. Tho
robbers gained admission by bn a";i.ig .:
paneofghissontortho bajk do-- .i.t 1
drawing the bilt. They bik tiie s
haiidkerchiefs kept in btoc!c,me r .
several suits of i-!ot lies and soino j- ..o v
One of tiie men left ids vest in oxe ; .4
and tins may proi'e a.ciue to the r-n.-i-r.
Ther'! wiil 1m: an excursion tiam
leave l 'ore-jt Citj, Fridaj Octc.Ler itii.
br the New I'ra Kxp-isitio 1. St. .injeji'i.
Tr.ihi will !e r.v at :S . and return i
will leave Franc; Street Uepot i!iii-e-?i
a'ely alter tin; evening perform-.n.- at
the exposition grounds alwut 10o-' -C
p. 1:1. One f.-.re for the round tro -r
'hiding admi'ion to xp'itiMi
Now in the ciiam e or jour life to ' ,r
a small sum the finest 1 xhioits f f
grain, fibril . mail.ii.ery. .e. "'
wiil a! ' the gri.itv.it -t'-k sin
1, !'! in t!ie w -t. A'tra-li'in,
ki:i is. U .71 -no r h' d'ty. Fnd .. ,
Ur 0th. O.ie fair for round trip.
painless (smrmitp.
undi.i..T.. I.tr.f CTtofl fc per.
J fit -Y L-'J-r sZ'S.ll i -S.

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