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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. 9BEG0N. MO.. APRIL 28, 1893.
CORNING, MO. Her Thriving Business Enterprises, Prominent Citizens of Push, Vim and Energy, Etc., and Local Miscellany of Interest. While resting. -''jrning. situated in the northwest irnor of Holt, ami near the Atchison oiiiiity line, on the main lino of the K. C. St. Joe A- ('. li. K. K.. ami at the junction of the T. V. K. it., is one of the liel trading points in the country ami is improving rapidly. In a Haunter around noticed the following branches of business rojircMinteil: r. w. wai.tei: .-arries a general stuck, dry good-4, gro ceries, lnxits, shoes and agricultural im plements. They hnvo an elegant brick buildin?, two stories in heighth and tire proof.and was erected at a cost of 610,000. A bettorand more conveniently arranged building cannot bo found in northwest Missouri. The sales room proper is 23x70 foot, and b:ick of this is the ollice, a large rooui and well furnished, from which the sales room can be overlooked. Tho aro room is UV.?0, a room 23x30 feet being cut oil" in front nnd occcupied by the Peoples' bank. The agricultural de partment occupies the entire second Hour, 30x100 feet, with the exception of to ollice rooms occupied by Dr. W. II. C. Storrett. Kitty binders can bo set up and shown in this department at one time. This immense business is manag ed by Lon Walter, ably assisted by Fred Dog"3 "id Johnny Ahrons. imnkeks m:iTiir.i: do a geneial merchandising business sroceriej, dry goods. boots shocii, drugs, farm implements. Their building is a two-story brick, cost ?fi,000 and is a lire proof structure; size. 30xS0 feet; sales room, 20sS0; two ware rooms, 1:1x00 and li'xOt); a cozy ami neatly furnished oflioe. 10x00, nnd a barber shop.l220. They are also proprietors of the opera house, oc cupying the second lloor. It has a seat ing capacity of between three ami four hundred, a well arranged stage with a j handsomely painted drop curtain, side I curtains, etc. A. U. ami 1. Hankers are general mnnagersof entire-business. The pjstollico is a!si loited in this building, with A. O. Dankers a 1. SI. t'l-u's pirrKiis makes a specialty of line boots and shoa, for both ladies and gentlercen. but in nd ditioc carries a nice lino of furnishing giwds, groceries, serves hot coffee and lunch. TCTKl: OHRKTHN is tho furniture dealer anil undertaker; handles as nice a line of furniture nsenn lie found anywhere. Ho also deals in I lumber. stvt.p HiiOTiir.ns operato the llouring mill, which has a capacity of rifty barrels per day, the rtuur manufactured giving tho best of satisfaction. tub peoples' iivsk salted meats, etc. mvc iii:i:ti:m presides over the lunch counter and bil 'Jar parlor. Serves lunch of nil kinds hot cclTee, cider, niilk; etc. j. j. jM'rrni;., ' the It. It. agent, is a thorough railroad j man, act! ha his hands full attending to I his various duties. J Tiir. -riiiwu.-. ixn fiit'isriiKS. (timing has a German and English school, both being well attended. The facilities for learning are unexcelled. Divine worship and Sunday school is held every Suuday m Gorman and Eng lish. A A SIIIPI'IXU POINT Corning ranks among the first in tho county, fruit, grain and cattle lieing shipped in large niimhcrsandquantitics. is doing a nico business, tho interests of the institution being carefully looked af ter by A. J. Ititter, cashier. IKA OKAIIAM well knowing the needs, has nponed up (ieo. Scheele is on tho sick list. Peter Christen was sick, one day last week. Itichr.nl Gillet lost a line horse, last week. Jno. V. Smith was in Craig, last Monday. Ja. Williams, of Milton, was down Saturday. Chas. Ewing is painting a house for F. W. ttMtor. Dankers Uro's. shipped a car load of hogs, last week. Several Craig boys were up hunting ducks, last Monday. Jno. Hitter is visiting his brother, A. J. Ititter. this week. Win. Swan has built a nice co.'.y lit tie ollice in the livery barn. Luiu Douglas, of Nishun, was trad i ing in our city, last Friday. - Mrs. 11. Allep. of Marietta, was visit ing friends here last Sunday. J. J. Jetferies entertaining his j father the forepart of the week. On Inst Wednesday and Thursday we had a snow nnd ra.n Ktorin. Minnie Ilurkhalter. of Omaha, was visiting her parents here, last week. Mrs. Cnas. Harrison uas visiting her j sister. Mrs. das (iilu.ore, la.-t week. Clem Gomel ami Rob Taylor, of Craig, were in our city, last Saturday. Mrs. Louise Suitker, of Xisb.ua. was visiting A. J. Hitter and wife, last Mou day. Tim horse buyer did t.ot have very good luck buying. lie only bought three hero. Geo. Arbutlinot has killed over GOO ducks this season, nnd is still shooting away. Frank McGinni's of Milton, was down trading with our merchants last Friday. Miss "Jessie Wilson, of Craig, was visiting Miss Emma Sneers, a few das ! last week. j Chas. Knitting, of tho Lower 13ot j torn, was trading with our merchants last Friday. Our city on last Saturday was so .v a first class livery stable, and is now pre-; crowded we did not have hitching room pared to furnish tho citizens of Corning j for tho team-;. and tho traveling public with first-class I Mrs. Jno. Iluck contemplates a vii.it turn outs and at reasonable prices. The (with her mother iu Xow York state in traveling public should remember that Mr. Graham makes a specialty of fur nishing them conveyances to all points. J. w. SMITH the near future. Mrs. Si'.nm llogrefe, of Wymcre, Xeb., .'i3 visiting Len Walters and family las. week. The Premium Shire Horse; JOHN WARD will also make the season of 1893 at the same place as Dauntless. DESCRIPTION and PEDIGREE. JOHN WARD is a bright bay, with black points; st 16 hands and weierhs 1250 ncunds. He is all horse at both ends and nenect m tiie ini with clean cut head: large, prominent, chestnut eyes; ears well set; his shoulders are stn ana set wen oacK, just room enougn ior a saddle oetween point oi suoiuuers ami iup; quartered; good rump, indicating power; ribbed up close, with strong, flat limbs, and are set well under him with the best of feet: and to take him all over, he is one of the made horses for all work, in the country. He was foaled 1885; is by Kentucky Bird, sol Favette's Denmark, he bv Washington's Denmark, bv Old Denmark, the fountain head the erreat familv of Demarks. renowed the countrv over for their superior qualities. His was by Sneli's Rockaway, by Old Rockaway, he by Tom Crowaer, son oi oict racing Jf (sire of Pilot, Jr., 12, sire of the dam of Maud S., 2:08 3-4, etc.) The dam oi Kentucky 1 was a daughter of of Kimbrough's Abdallah, son of Abdallah, 15. by Hanibletonian 10. I TERMS. S10 to insure mare with foal. Same conditions as for Dauntless 'he General Purpose Horse JOHilXr "WIESID. rni A. DAUNTLESS II will make the season of 1393 at my farm four miles northeast of Orel DESCRIPTION and PEDIG-REE. DAUNTLESS II is 3 years old. weight 2000 i.ioul Took premium when 2 years old at the Illinois State Fair, and at the Winona, Illinois.Disr ii air, and at the Chicago, Illinois, National Jtiorse Show, and first premium at ma bsate i of Iowa at DesMoines aiid at the Maitiand, Mo., Fair in 188S, and sweepstakes in all ages breeds at Omaha; first premium at St. Joseph, Mo., both in class and sweepstakes. DAUNTLESS II, No. (5772) Vol. 9, Page 73, S. H. S. B., No. (823,) A. S. H. S. B. Shire ho bay, four white legs and white face. Foaled 1885. Breeder, Thomas Beardsley, Esq.., PJ ington Grangs, Howden, England. I TERMS and CONDITIONS. $15 to insure mare with foal, money due when the fact! known. When the mare is disposed of or removed from the original locality, money becoii due at once. A hen on mare and foal will be held for insurance money. Care will be tame but will not be responsible should any accident occur. Proprietor. nnkes a specialty of sewing machines, Jno. Ahrens had his pass book found needles and supplies, and handles a tine ' very peculiar place, and was found line of agricultural implements. ' " very peculiar way. tost sciimutte Several Nebraska farmers verotrad- i a mender of men's soles and will also ' "Hi with our merchants last Saturday, make now ones that will wear well if you ' This is due to our ferry, will give him an order for a pair of boots j "M- Ujtty Wahler, of McPaul, Iowa, or shoes. 19 visiting pa nnd ma Smith. She con- s. J. scnci.TZ , templates a two weeks' visit, attends to tha wants of tho thirsty, and I Koss Kveret came ilo-vn last Fri supplies his trade with lino licjuors. fresh J day. Ho looks very poorly and was en- keg and bottled boer and choico cigars, lie conducts an orderly house, permit ting no rowdyism or boistorousness. JAJIF.S CILMOKK is the wagon maker and does a general repair business. tSKSE r.UCMnfSTF.R has a neat and woll appointed tonsorial parlor and is a good workman. . c. KEItX manipulates the horse shoe, not because luck is attributed to it, but because it belongs to his business, horse shoeing and blacksmithing. DR. W. n. C. STF.RRETT, physician and surgeon, has a nice prac tice and is giving tho best of satisfac- route to Omaha for treatment. Ed. Anderson, of Phelps, was down visiting old acquaintances last Friday. He worked on the Dankers building. Ira Graham, our livery man, wsnt to (Juitmau last Thursday and returned home, with his bringing his family with him. Maud Gilmore, who is now mak ing her home in St. Joe, was visiting her parents and friends over Sunday in our city. F. V. Dege has sold twenty-four tickets in the past year from Bremen. Ger., to ISaltinore. He eells tickets on threo different lines. Minnie Vollmore, a sister to Harmon I pair shop over F. W. Walter's store where ho can always be found. He con templates putting in a small line or har ness. - II. Muller ami family of Fairfax, were visiting tho faii.ilies of F. W. Wal ter and H. A. D.ir.kers. last Sunday. They were accompanied by Herman Meukel. - John W. Smith hat made his deliv ery of fruit treen and they gie good satisfaction. Last Saturday lie deliver ed a largo wagon load in and around St. do'Koin. - David Massiick will measure the eat- j nbles behind Clause Peters' counters, ; this summer. We are sure Clans tumid j nave macie no uelier selection man "IStister." F. D. Scheele brags of one of the finest horses and the finest jack in this country. He lives only two miles north east of here, and they "will both make the season on his farm. Geo. Norman V father has gone to J St. Joseph, his former home, and taken ! his team. This leaves Geo. in a bad tit. as he had rented tho Hertram farm and is now left without a team. Tal Kveret received his insurance on his house three days after tho lire. He received SuO, and was insured in the Fanners Home insurance Co. This shows well for the company. Frank Snowhite has received his pension, the back pension amounting to fl'iOO. and gels S1U per month. If any one need a pension it is Frank, nnd he has worked a long time for it. Mr. Chas Johnstun, of Craig, was in attendance at a party given at Mrs. Sjieers in honor of Miss Jessw Wilson. There was a large crowd of young folks and all had a pleasant time and plenty to eat. Win. Christian, of Fairfax, passed through our city last Saturday with n train of eight cars of cattle. Ho bought them at Nishna and was en-route to Chicago. He intended to pick up fifteen cars more at Fairfax. R. E. Mokse. ' Tks Inwiffy hull Mm MMfMIIIR I Harmony. J. Kuhc is the newly elected iliroplnr CALVADOS. - PEDIGREE.- Was bred at the Government St ml. of France. 1 -John Owens has just purcha foaleil April . Ib;0. hired by XoviIIe. ! ir-l iam. Indiana, by Uoaiiuerant: secomi I j;ap hug"v. dam. by Fire Ami): Norville. by Ipsilanti. by Norfolk Phenomenon, by Old Phe nomenon: lir.-t dam.Teherani-e. !v Ruck rSTM. Norville s-ired Destinee. - . mile , record. 2:I"J jr mile, at J years old. hi a race with eleven stsrters. lie also sired other trotters of note. t i:iUer:ir.t sired Capiieine. 1 mile record and won a -: nile race at the rate of '2uX per mile. Olv.idos is brown in color and weighs 13 io pounds. Hi pedigree bears tho seal am! .-lamp of the French Government and is signed by C. Loniier. director of the stallion depot of piii, one of the oiliest deM)ts in France, having been established in 171!. II. Medsker fold forty busl: been The Stanlaril Brei Trotfe Stallion, DR. PORTER. Following is the pedigree, which DR. IORTER is a bay with black romts. speaks for itself: Pedigree of DR. PORTER. Register No. 15.113, Vol. X.. A. T. R. Dam, l.tiry ' Mrr. Kt-iiturkj- .l. i.-l. fUS.) turn. Ho has a fine ollieo and sleeping nnd Dora, arrived hero last Sunday from -apartments in tho Walter building.whero 1 he can bo found nt all times when not t-.vay on professional business. is. fast 1 Rreinen, Germany, make her home here. Forivst City. School closed hero Friday, 21st inst. Our new councilmen are looking c ' ft f - 'A - Pete Thull went home to Rock Port 1 :n ,, T-irfein. n,.:.r tl. .lennf . Inst Kim. last Saturday rmd returned to our city has also recently located in Corning, nnd , Sunday. Ho has now started tho work building up a good practice, the town ' ou Petei Christen's house, and surrounding country being sufli-j Our street commissioner has leen eiently largo to give a liberal support to ' doing some good work on our crossings t wo physicians. i and roads here of late, and has also put r i Tito.MAS. j new burners in our street lamps. Everybody knows Landlord Thomas,who j A. O. Dankers and Sash Reynolds lm "run tho Cornini? hotel for tho nast ' were visiting old acquaintances in Ne- litteen years. The table is always well furnished with the best in tho market, looms and beds neat and cleaa and barges reasonable. mks. r. SPEEKS .inducts a boarding houso that is kept neat and tidy, furnishes meals for quite .1 number of regular day lxiarders end ransients, but does not keep lodgers. WATSOS i SOOCI.E ripply the citizens with fresh beef, braska, last Sunday, and trying our ferry. They say she works toss. Emmet Walters was down last, Thursday looking all smiles. Ho cames down after his wife, who has been in St. Joe for a week, yisiting relative?. Several of our young people started an orchestra here last Tuesday. This ii something we have needed for some time. Success to the young orchestra. Tony Schmutte has moved his re- pound, last week. dav. It is repor'.ed that we aro to hae an orchestra organized here in the near ! future. " 1 C. C. Hriggs, of the Independent, j spent Tuesday in tho humming burg of ! Fortescue. j Some much needed gradin- was done j last week, in the fatreet, near Cass' black- '. smith shop. Charles Mother, of Mound City, hns bought the National hotel and will open up in a few days. John Jordan nnd Tho?. Evans ar-J rived hero Sunday on the . ,fc M. They" were ou their way to Mound City. j G. W. Hitt has improved his now . dwelling, occupied by James Wilson, by ' finishing the porches anil having the Z . " 5. 3 s ; corn nt 113 cts. per bushel. I Little Roy Johnson has t k.uS ilnrmi til., tnf iw.nl.- lorn hanilers anit m. uelier luiv."? sold Feveral head of fat cuttle. - Win. Weller is using his new liou. that has just been completed. Shaw Anderson'd little girl has lecn quite sick with lung fever forsome time. A meeting has lately been held for the purpose of awakening an interest t build a new church. Thai! Anderson is the victim of quite a los by tire, burning all of his ha, which is no smal' amount. A tax of $1.30 was voteil at tho an nual school meeting to be levied for tho purpose of repairing the school house. Joe Butts had a hoise badly cut by barb-wire. He is very misfortunate, at this is the second one severely blemish ed. Mr. Appleman had their piano tuned last week, by Mr. Cross, of St. Joseph, who is employed by Prof. Thorpe, of Mound City." Hy the kindness of J. 1L Rutts, our school house and bell )le is decornteil with the emblem of our country, the Red, White and Blue." Some of the bridges are in n bad shape nnd dangerous to cross. Tho com pensation 01 the supervisor is no induce ment for him to natch and keep them in good order. SevernI of the young folks of Har mony nre members of the Epworth League at Hurr Oak. held every Sunday evening. I he league is gixxiund many aro active mombers. Mi. Campbell, bv the assistance of his brother-in-law. Mr. Totten, legan plantikg corn April It), which is tho first to be planted in the neighlmrhood. - H. Modeller and wife attended the eilding of his sister at tho residence of tho bnih-'s parents. After various visits they will go to Peoria, III., where they will make their future home. - Report of Harmonv school for the month ending April il. 18l: Whole number of days attended by nil pupils, 370, average number of pupils attending each day during tho month, 21 3 13; average numixT of days attended by each piij.il. 11 if; numlwrof days taught, 13' .. Those prisent every day were: May Kuhn. Ella Simerly, Minnie San ders Whittie Taylor, Roy Kuhn.Sanuuy Kuhn, Deliie Seightle, Chan. Sanders. Visitors. !-.I. W. Raker, Mrs. Zeller, Uert Shaw. Stephen Rend. . Krr Caiwo-. The alove named stallions will servo n limited numljer of mares during tho season of 1S'.C. at my stables adjoining Oregon on the north. TERMS AXD CONDITIONS. S10.C to insure colt to stand nnd suck by I Calvado. $10.00 to injure colt, to stand and suck by Dr. Porter. Parties parting :tl. r.. 1 m l,ur.ir.i I.-M..tt-n tt I... tvitli tttn fnrf.iit ineiirntira niiinev Wtu.n innri. i honso tiainted. 1 roioved from original locality, money becomes duo at onco. A lien 011 mare and wooil While the day of the game cock is foal will bo held for insurance money. Caro will bo taken to prevent accidents, nnRt. un still have chicken wars. The . but will net be responsible should any oeur. IKHiltry men ran prices up to 12 cts. per . GEORGE ANDERSON, Proprietor. Sei-mo. 1 For Safe! Farm of 180 acres, ndjoiDin-Forest City, 70 acres in cultivation, will wat ered; an orchard of 73 trees. 60 acres of nnd pasture land, good brick hoiv-e, well and cistern. Forfurthe; particulars, call on or addrepu. T.J. WILKINSON. 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