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.fl'f Il 4 - f to OREGOX. MISSOURI. FRIDAY JUNE 9, 1893. NUMBER 2, VOLUME XXIX. CELEBRATE COME TO OREGON OREGON THE PLACE, WE'LL BE IN IT CONSOLIDATED ! ill J. WATSON & CO. (ANNUAL SUMMER OPENING) if -OK- LDry Goods. Clothing', Boots and Shoes, .Nobby and Stylish Hats. Dress Goods. ' Latest Ladies' Underwear, Gents' UnderweaT, .Neck Ties, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, Etc. "Call in and see us for the Latest Styles in J all Lines and at the Lowest Prices. J. WATSON & CO.,--, Deering Binder "With Jointed Platform - ft 1-2 r.!?afce. No binder truck needed with! v40zo leerlTff, Call and k chine at our. store. Our Refrigerator trade has been good, but " we still have a good assortment to show you. cOitp fitrtflk of Gmtitrators. Screen Doors. Gaso line St.nves.Tr.fi ""aam , Etc., are here. Our stock ot Hardware is com plete in every department- It don't pay us to sell you worthless goods. It do't pay us to : sell you what you do not want. If you appreciate good tin work we can do : it for you promptly. T. L PBICE, Hardware, Oregon, Mo. 'The .Minneapolis Binder as it stands today has ' the western farmers than any other. During the 3 or 4 years br.ck it was alleged that tho company would not continue in business, but the call for the "Minnie" kept right on, though it was said that extras could not be lnd. When tho suppiy of the a binders ran lo v muny fansers traveled thither from distant points nnd beggvl for machines asking if thero were rot some stored away, no matter how rusty, that they ciuld have. We never saw a binder so idol ized. It seems to suit tho rapid, heavy work of tho gre-it west, requiring a htrong roomy machlno. Our big. new St. Paul factory will build this .binder for the" western farmers without cutting down tho wheel gear, etc. It is the only binder with ample capacity left. H. C. SCHMIDT is agent and dealer in fine Buggies, Carts, Road Wagons, Single and Double Harness. Mowers, Twine. Rakes, Wagons, Etc. I want to sell you first-class goods, but can accommodate you with lower grades if necessary. Remem bsr the cheapest is never the best. H. O. Good Goods at Low WANTED A responsible man to take contract to cut one thousand cords of wood on Section 14, Township 59, Range 57. Three miles from Nodaway Station. Ap ply to LEONARD EVERETT. COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. hOr baiei v r icn prtininJn.T Pnrst r.rn-?":ui ' T.J. WHiKIXSOX. i '.':ti Mo Shades and Patterns. passing through a see tnis wonderful ma Preezars. Wire Cloth. I more friends among Prices, Oregon, Mo. A. J. Carson is ready at all times to castrate horses and spey heifers. A snivMiiltv maria nf ridirlim? horses. Satis faction "guaranteed in erery particular, or no pay. ualt on or auuresa mo at Ore gon, Mo. The following is said to be a sura remedy to apply to plants and trees to rid them of insects: Take one part of strong soapsuds to two parts 01 wro - eoneoil. Shako or churn until it is like I jm Ca.T jr.t Mrfi. ,7. Dorno Ivey. thick cream. Take one part of the Mf5 Alie(, Hitt Stnh Lasco. Dr. emulsion to ten to fifteen parts or water ' j T Mu(Jllne. Henry H. Mocre. Peter and apply with a spray This is a sure I.'iISl.sst.Ij. s. 1;. Kuth.Wriliam Up destrover of all classes of insects. ttllo w 11 .riwin. P. M. - f . T1 17 1 . t Vine nmt-Ail tin TliE. 1'- X. 1 It 11 I'll ill.-- IU" . J' Ifin-n intn imr nil slano. corner oiiiMisne t..rreii' nnnr.i house, and has fitted uti one of the neatest ice cream parlors to be found anvwnere. She will serva ice i.vs. all flavor, cake aud : ekT.ir inn rr rii(i n i;r 11 is :i ih'.i -i i ' follj cool place, and the refreahments iipest in Ilie laud. July 4, 1893, In Oregon. Every effort is be ing made to make the celebra tion the grandest ever held in the county. Sale of Booth Privileges. The stand privileges, fivo in number, for the Fourth of .-Iy Celebration in tho Court Yard Park, Oregon. Mo., will lie sold at public auction at tho north court yanl gn'o on SATUUDAY.JUXE 17, ISXl, at 2 o'clock, p. ra. Terms made known on day or sale. Bids will also bo re ceived to furnish ice and water on saiuu Jay. Com. Ira Peter was in week. Kansas City, this ---Xico boiled ham always on hand at the new bakery. Good house with four rooms to rent. Call on A. II. Greene.. Mrs. Sehatz, of St. Joseph, is the guest of friends here. . Henry Schuler, of St. Joseph, Sunday ed in Oregon with his family. Go to Chandler & Pierce, Now Point, for harness and sowing machine oils. -Mrs. x. stock toft last Tuesday for n u eek's visit with friends in St. Joseph. -'rKotttiesVrnTfj'iiW'Rote ever brought to Oregon at Philbnek V drug fclore. Go and see them. Horn, to Dr. G. A. Fiegonbaum nnd wife. Oklahouir. Citv, Oklahoma, Juno 1. IStEt, a little daughter. Miss Lucy Peter left last Tuesday for Poublo, Col., nnd other westerns points on an extended visit. A. J. Jiruison, near Forest City, has tOOO bushels of cum fur sale, good for seed. Will sell in quantity to suit the purchaser. I have- a noarlv new top buggy, a two seated extensitin top. park wagon j and a good two horse, cart, I will tell cheap. II. C. Schmidt. Go to Proud's Drug Store for Fishing Tackle. Croquets. Hammocks, Brushes. Toilet Articles. Fine Drugs, Paints, Oils, Books and Stationery. !! Pflr,iffi to nriPiintinrn ilUUwUi IJv. P. Piegenbaum, of this city, was attending the commencement exer cises of the stato university. Liwrence, Kansas, this week, his son Heur.v grad- Uil1":?: Miss Blanche Tnhl. of this citv, left this week for Ijinnetis, this state, where she is a delegate to the Mt. Zion district Sunday school convention of the colored Baptist church. Oliver Molter of Xow Brighton. Pa., a brother of nut esteemed foilow-lowns-nian, Henry Molter. was nominated by the Hepuhiicnns of his county forsheritr about two weeks ago. We acknowledge the receipt of an in vitation from Matthew Edward Suville, U.S. Corps Cadets, West Point, to be present at tho graduating Iiop.baturday evening, Juno It", lsy.. Caru3 received at this oflieo an notince the coming nuptials of rvirali, rlfititrhf rtr t if Tr fimt 1 rd 'I'.iiiniu W'li i In nnd"Prt-.l C. Strenfert. in.th ot Cornim?.' on Wednesday, Juno ' , 1S03. i it m cim,n.,c ;i ti.io v;,.m!t.. nw.i I high las'. Sunday morning. Mill Creek .,.otn. m... f..- .. Kunkel'b branch was not sn high as others, showing that there r.as less rain .....ll, ,nm Tho union Childreiis' Day services nt Pairview church miles north of Xew Point, which was to have been held last Sunday, was post iMi-.eil on aucouat ,711111111, ...11, 11.1.11 1171 'ill Wii ni.VUU.3bl id weather, and will be held next ! dav, Juno 11, IS'J-X at 8 o'clock p. in. . x,"iM-i! r .! nn 1' . M. D.U.dker. i f tho '11 hI b-i Sund neiglilnirhond, was quite severeii nun, one -fay last wvtK, wlnlo l.reaKing a ,far ri.asonal)!(. young horso to drive. , H.i is now able. T!iig wtvk ,h(t IIoto, v.'oodland to bc out witli the aid or crutches, and jnto tho h.iniisor Mrs. A. II. Zook. we hoi.e will soan l ail right again. rh() f(r ve.IM !i:lsl ,)0(in in c,.,rH of P. II. U iwley &. Co.. ciiieken buyers, tIt ii lwn Hotel. Toe new proprictMSs willbeinPore.it City at tho store of ' ls uvu .,, Tavorably kno..'n throughout Weber S: Burges--, Prid.iy. Saturday and j northenst Missouri." She has an envi M iiiday, Juno It!. 17 and IU. 1810. Take I .,i,i0 reputation with tho traveling pub yoiir p-iulti-y lo tli-iii for tho highest jj0 a,j undi-r her maiiagemeiit the cash prices. S?o pneo hat 111 another ' Woodland will no doubt tak.) a. position column. 1 in the front rank of hotels in this se-'tioa. -The p'ogrnm for tlio district Sunday ' With tho details of the new lease we school reiittntjon. which metis at ' have not yet been made acquainted, but M:im villo. .Iii!i(. 15 to 17. is on our table. ! it is a sulli'Meilt gil.ir Uitco lo tlie travel- Prom it wo seo that K. A. Weltv. of Mound Citv, is on for a p iper, entitled, ! hotel of this part of the state, by repeat 'Suiidav School Purnishii.L'" and how ' iiiL' that Mrs. Z-jok has taken charge. It to get them William l7phoue, of near Mound City, is suiTemig severely from a wound caused by a thorn running into his left wrist. The accident happened about sis weeks ago. and cow blood poisoning has set in. and it is thought that tho arm will hrvo to be amputated to save his lifo. John Van Derlinde. accompanied by his wire, con-in-law ar.d daughter, Dr. Knoll and wife, of Maitland. were the guests of Uobert Pa".terson and wife, this week. The doctor ami wife aro now residents of Galveston, Texas, and are visiting with their daughter in Maitland for a few weeks. E. Ij. Hart, of Maitland. has beeu elected secretary of the Xodaway Valley district fair association by tho board on account of the removal of E. II. Uainuni to Maryville. Ed has filled tho position j before and with tho best of satisfaction to all. Ho is a rust er and thoroughly 1 understands every detail of the work. j List of letters remaining in tho post-1 office at Porest Ci! y. Mo., uncalled fort duringthe month of May, ISSi: S. K. Atkinson. Eliza Boyd. Mi-ssre. J. Beck .i. &, Lottie Cramt.ton. Pred Carrel, -B. P. Potter, of Winona. Kas- writes - - - - . - - . - - to a lrieiiu uimui ii.nc- ui ui.i.-.i, n.ui. ' however much rain they might have uture. noth - th-re from this lime in ine luture. nom- 'ing will save to them this jear a crop ot . wheat and oats. They nope to have i iitniiii' n iw - - ; will bring want aud sau. iTeriug to many ' tha. part ut tho country. July 4, 1893, and enjoy yourselves. Great attractions in preparation to entertain all who celebrate with us. Sweet potatoe plants are fer sale at S. Blaneham's. Call on Chandler & Pierce, at Xow Point, for oranges, lemons, fine candies, etc. Henry Zachmnn returned list week from a visit to Chicago and tho Whito City. We have come to stay, fo givo us a call. The now bakery. Townsend & Van Do ran. Mrs. J. W. KiefT is desirous of das. ing out her millinery stock. Those who wish a bargain call on her. Tony Keeves. of Savannah, was at tending to business and renewing old acquaintances n Oregon, this week. Philbrick, the druggist, has j;st received nn as-virtment of elegant ham mocks. Secure oo before they are all gone. See those fine bamboo fishing poles at Plnlbrick's the nicest, straightest, smoothest lot you over cast your eyes upon. Trimmed hats for sale nt reduced pr'es every Saturday, New goods, latest styles at.il iowest prices at ABiia Bar li. nr's. Henry Moltei ears tho bluo rib bon for raising tho finest lettuce and tho largest heads ever produced in this lo cality. Hon. B. O. Cowan, of this county, delivered the alumni address at the university at Highland, Kas., last Wed nesday. I). M. Martin has Iiad awnings placed over the vindows in tho second story of his saddle, and harness manu factory. Mrs. Emma Miller and children, .of Wathe.m. iCns. are they guests of her parents in this city, llov. P. Piegenbaum and wife. Gouv. Morris left Wednesday even ing of this week on a visit to relatives in Xew York. He will take in tho World's ii'nf tmfiifn It rnlttrna -For the best ice cream, any flavor, I e.-.kn. ices and lemonade, mi to Mrs. Pen-1. nett s ice cream parlors on tho corner opiate Sterrett's opera house. Wo have reduced our prices on Tongucless culivators. Any farmor in nerd of cultivator can buy them low dow at T. L. Price's Hardware. (Jet your ice cream for self anil your girl at the lumlier yard office. . It will b. served by the inombers of the Juvenile heagueon next Wednesday ovening,Jiiuo U. Jonathan .Tohr.jn. wife and little son from Johnson. Wash . are here, the ! guests of their aunts Mrs. Isaac Lamb and Mrs. S. H. Lnkens. They will go to Chicago to take in the sights. We understand that James Knealo has purchased the Glascock store bnild ini' from C. Ilolslitzell, consideration. Sl.tKK); also that Air. Hobhl7ell hasi nurchased Mr. Kneale's residenco. The city of Hareelona 111 Spain im- ports all the chickens Hint aro tiseu ; there. They bring 81 each tiiero. Corn , to feed them with costs if. per bushel. ' We get glycerine, heonco and tartar . I from there and can pay for them 1" chickens and coru. The annual convention of tho Holt county W. U. 1. U., will uo neiu at y.ro$"' "!' -l "" ' HotTmann will sreak on Mrs. Clara the evening of me :aisi. ami a wemoresi .ueiia con est ! oe 0:1 u,e evening 01 me uu. i ITOIiraill will teooil uu uuuuam.i;u ui day sessions. Uefore starting for tho World'sFair, we would adviso yon to get an accident ixjlicv or ticket in fcome good company ' . n company 13 now represented here .v " local agent. ! runic "rahani is 1U) cal agent for tho old reliable Aetna, and can sT-11 vou a policv or ticket for any 1 , ,. ..,;,.,... ... j,. ,:,.. .-.i-ir . ing public that the Woodland will lo tho is well known to evorb:dy that she knows "ho.v to run a hotel." Mr. Soper. the former Iandlor,i, has moved out anil is now occupying the C. O. Proud prop erty near the M. E. church. Wo know not what his intentions for the future are, but wo wish him prosperity whero over ho may go. D.m Zichman, wiTe and daughter have returned from Chicago, where they spent three weeks seeing the world. Dan said to us: "That tho time ho spent nt 1 tho World s Pair satisfied him that it was beyond description, inn glowing accounts already published give but a poor idea of its grand magnificence. It is a city in itself and the many immenso white buildings to be seen on all 6ides present a picture never to be forgotten. Our advico would be to go, even though you bo compelled to deprive yourself of mnnv home comforts in order to make j staJe 1 fnt intitr make at least one visit, hacli I 1... ..mKniRiMnt ofpllotlim mf its oivn QM ,hp Krouml!; tmlt js handsomely auJ mfortjibly furnished, nnd is for the convenience nnd comfort of all who ,viah to enter. Our crand old state has a biiildimr of the club house headquar - ters variotv, in which a number cf cities ! and counties of the state have furnish- led rooms. Tho state's exhibit is u dis - grnco to our state, and wo must take a back seat when compared with such ' states as Oklahoma, Idaho and Utah. I-, ....... n ih W.i-I.I'h ' fair. The ?150.000 appropriation should , a better exhibit, lany ji , thereportsnbouttheexhorbitantcharge ' for board and lodging aro exaggerated. .m. - lor ..n i..m, u.js..,K l nose can oe imu hi wh.le the rates at man i u l- m spend mut;h -ir little -just as you are m ' cliaed. Go tc'he fair by all means." - - L July 4tli the Time. Amusements of every description-Plenty of shade, water and good tima in general prom ised to all. The rain fall on Saturday last was 1 If inches. Ira Mclntyre, it is reported, is at tending tho World's Pair. . Mrs. P. G. Wnas, of Georgetown, Col., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Artii. Kusell. i" Ara Mclntyro nnd wife, of Mound City, Aero visiting relatives uoarOregon, this week. See those, nica candies at tho new bakery. They are fine. Townsend & .Van Doran. Kev. T. D. IJoliorts will preach at Wodvil!o next Sabbath night, J -ino 11, iuatead of 11 a. m. - Call on Chandler & Pierce, Xew Toint.for w.ill paper, while wash brush es, glass, putty, etc. Mr. W. C. McMillan, of L-jonrUyin-19, was visiting tho family of Tlios. Purgison one, day lal week. Tho junior memlKrs of tl o League will serve ice cr-am at Hohlit .ell'ft lumber cliice, on next Wedncsda veuing, Juno 11. James P. Poster, Ira Appleman nnd Grant Ojrea aro iu Muund City, this tieek, completing toe work on Prank Harmon's tine residence. Encourage the young members of the Iieaguo by giving them a liberal 'patronage nt lumber yard ollieo, next Vrednesday evening, June 11. Mre. M. J. Moore and child, of Kan sas Citv, came up from Kansas Citj, last AVediierxliiy. ami will remain for several -veoks the guebt of Mrs. M's mother, Mrs. K. G. Uoltz. John Kiev and wife, of Kendalville, Ii:d., who have ben visiting his brother Dave, of Hickory town-ship, for several dajs, left List- Monday forn visit in Iowa, after which they will return home. The M. K. Sunday school will cele brate Columbian jear ami Children's 'Day Sunday night.'Juno 11. Tho pro urani will bo very entertaining and m- stnifttve and will ropreseut the Gotliless " "r a'tiew. lha county court let tho contract. this week, to Mers. Ueoee it Poster for the painting cf the j iil, same color and trimming as the court house, and a!. for the papering of the various room? on the first and secoml ll-rjrs o: Uie court house, including hallways and ceilings. 1 Judge Daniel Huiatt has one of the inest stono walld and stnno arched "c.i"a in iho cour.try. 'iln fajt, he luss one of the cosiest hom.w in tho county - everything conveniently arranged, neat us a pill and in apple pie order. A -,t.it to the judge's home will convince anyone that tho above statement is cor rect. Harrison CaeboIt, an old and re spected citi.eu living about four miles north of Xew Point, did at that place one dav last week. Ho came from Hothiiny. Harrison county, this state. 'several ears turn and was hinhlv esteem -ed bv his entire aeouaintanreship. His IJuns, J. H-, and William, of Hethnny, at- tended his funeral. In -n.ni, fetches of the West Point i,.tfi ...i.,, erailuale from that school ; 0 ... v,.A. york pr.-ss says of Jfalt countv's cadet Matt Saville: Cadet n Saville nosed as tho funny man of tho class and on that account was aKvays in a pectc of trouble. Saturday afternoons lie was invariably on nuiy as seniiuei,an honor which few cadets covet. II. W. Thomas, who has recently re turned from tho Chicago ve.erinary college, win in town this week and made us a pleasant call. He says ho is now meeting with god success in his prac tice, anil is reaiiy to give ins prompt at.- teution 10 an wont in ins line, iiiskt vico can bo secured 5y addressing him at Mound City, Mo., or calling on him at his farm, two miles west of Xew Point. Tho Troy Kansas Chief has entered upon its thirty-fiiilitli year. It "is" the i oldest tianer now in Kansas. It is still published by Sol Miller, the man who started it. It was Republican then and Mmctiun that hostilities havo cowmen- : is Republican now. Moro people than ' iin,j thu Squire was invited to de mur live upon the eart'.i have lived and fent himself. 15e this as it may. how died, more newsp.ipers than now exist ' mer, the Squiro Ins received the itn-)i!ii-ii luu.n o-i!:il)l:!ied and ifone out t)f i ,.1u.iini in m friuiiltr i;ii!rit and is busv existence since tho Chief started, yet I exhibiting the same and expatiating to MillerandhisChiermovealoiigasthoush.iiis friends upon its history, beauties ar.d thevwertolivoalwnvs. j advantages, 'fl-.o said tomahawk, it -Tho man who sits idlv by and per-, seems, Trom the account given by Judge mitshis neighbor lo exhaust his re- lluh.tt, was plowed up in no of his soiTces. either mental or financial, but tields near a large mound, :.!out a quar more espeoiallv the latter, without offer ing assistance, is committing a crime that for basi'nes3 and pure unadulter- a tod "cussed ne-s" is almost equal to i.;,tI,ivmv- reliliervr In. i .iim.!v s.ivinir: -spend jour timo and money in the in terest of jour town aud when the right timo will'liavo come, I shall reap' as much benefit from jour lalxir as you do, and then, too, while you aro exhausting vour iiocket book and brains, I will be working for my own dear sweet seir, by making monev and bo out nothing in the wav or contributions, my real estate will rise in value and my business Tho sttrm last Saturday night did a greit deal of damage by washing out the corn on tho uplands, and in tho Imttoni by covering it up, necessitating replant ing in many instances, nnd especially is this the case near Curzon, where a drift near the mill caused the creek to over flow its bmks and cover up a large amount of corn. The drift was caused hv a tree, which had floated down from above, becoming wedged in at this point. nnd ratehinir thu drift, toriue.i a sonu dam. People should be careful when felhmr trees tnat they do not ioitge in creeks. for this is often the cause of con - 1 siderable loss, during lug i waters, to their neighbors who live uemw mem. Judge D.tniel liuinil iniorms us iii.ii. 1 this storm did him more tiamage man ! any storm for years, and that tho creek I near his place wai the li'Cneit he ha.l seen it in years. Ho will have alx.ut thirtv acres of corn to replant. In the Chambers neighborhood the storm was neenmnanied bv larco hail stones. They were large enough to split ! on the houses, and much damage were iarge enough to spin weaiueruoiiru-, was ' to Krowinll cropR. This heavy had tl i rTnn, f!l.n mhers district to detl eact from Chambers district Yrr.VZ:; " iTi Kr . f t1l,.-,itdnin- the MUiatl neigUUJrill.lJlI, "l uum consiueraDle namnge in inai et-tnuu. The bridgo at the mouth of the Pruss- . .. I.,, -.t ..oa man hollow, on ino uoimjih -' swept away, nut worK was ai once com m'iQLV.l rep! icing it- July 4, 1893, And you should be. Get in line when the band plays-the crowd will probably be photographed and you'll want to be in it then, Mrs. India Price entertained a num ber of friends at tea, last Wednesday evening. Miss Rhoda ljimborson, of St. Joseph, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. S. Hidgon. Johnny Colvin. of Tarkio, made a short viit with relatives in Oregon, last Wednesday. Dr. J. T. Thatcher returned last from a meeting of the World's Medical congress at Chicago. Dr. Hutler reports tho arrival of a son at the home of Dan Carr and wife, near Oregon. May 31. IStXi. - -C. O. Proud has been confined to the house a part of this week, with a se vere attack of rheumatism. 'l..l.l.-....- IV.,. ,. '.I! 1... nlw..rn.l ..i VJIIIIlltl-lll'.tJ OIK IJ .11.111 VM "I. " the Pn-sbvterian church noxt Sabbnth, i t :i i.: ,.ir.,.:.. f..- r..,i, tIIIlf 11. till UIIL'UU 1.4 .11 1 t college. J ?. K. Murray will return from wl-T-ininr i umbia to lav when he has been in at- . .' . ' . ... i ..' ,1.., s!t..t.i III'-UCIII VI tilt: wiaiu Horticultural socioty. Say. did you kim.v thoro wan a now !akery and confectionery? Well, you i,:ii to tho Duugan building and seo it. Townsend & Van Doran. --A niimler or Oregon people, will take a look at tho World's Pair, but most of them will go later in tho season aHor the big show ia turned on iu full blast. The 4th Regiment Military Sand, of St. Joseph, one of the best in the state, has been secured and will furnish music for us July 4th. Coma to Ore gon to celebrate, the fmest mu sic, the best water and plenty of it the handsomest park and an abundance of shade and cool breezes, shelter for thousands in case of a storm, more at'rac tions, grand free open air in strumental and voca! concert at night.. See bills and programs for further particulars next weeK. How would it do to pass au ordi naiico iviiuiiing Uiad" tree-? along side walks to Ih trfmmed to a certain height. It would be good for people carrying umbrellas. George Anderson has planted eight acres to tomatoes. Ho thinks this amount will sunply his needs for the summer nnd if he has any left he says fie will divide with us. J A new passenger rate went into ef ! feet last Pnday: Round trip tickets to Chicago which were s-'JU are now li-U. and single trip tickets have been lower ed from Si'J.M to ?.VJ.". J. 0. Cnder, and fam ily of near Maitland, was tho guest of Matt Gelvin and family, hist week, and was also shaking hands with his numeruns friends in Oregon, Saturdiy. Mr. Albert Koecker, ot this city, re ceived the sad intelligence, this week, announcing the death of his father in Stutlgartl. Germany. He was quite aged, having passed the four-score mark. -Remember that Mrs. Bennett has moved her lee cream parlors up town to her old stand west side square, on cor ner oppmito opera house, where she will serve ice cream, cake, lemcnade and : ices, everv day and evening. I -O. W" Laikens. 1). D.S.. is in Mound c-lv tjlj3 uwk nt thu Midland hotel. oreimred to execute all dental work on short notice and in a tirsl-cla.-H in-inner. Go anil see. him if you aro needing work of any kind injiis-line-.- Jinlge-"Huu.lf sent a tomahawk to I Ej. Kaucher. n few das ago, winch wo . fiii rmo.-o was with a friendly intent. though the incident is otien to the n iter of a mile southeast ot his house, i about three year.; ago. It was in gojut i order when found, but minus a handle, j and having been supplied with one the iudce straiirhtwav uroeeeded to hack hli i-herrl" triM-s i inn iiiiugs 1111 oki :; lulled linn to retire Irwin active misi ness, when ho turned tho warlike im plement over to the aforesaid Kaucher. Tho tomahawk is four inches long and two and one half inches ncros the Int. 1 It is etul'hr-hrd with sixteen notches, I filed on the corners of tho blade, which. those who are iniormeu, s.ij repru.-vnin so many scalps taken by the owner. I This was dono in a council of clue, s to iwnomine scaiiis wero tiun"ie,i, who. aclinir in tiio capacity that our county i-onrts do at their regular monthly iww w. 1 .. .ir . .-. 1 1 rn 1 1 --Vi f lift WOVVM IVIIL'O Ull rH.ili tin' tore them, registered them in this way, filing a notch for each one. The possess- or oi iuui.tu.iii i ii..iii ......... notches on its blade gave the owner a place of inportance in the councils of his nation. Ho wa a "Big Injun," and this, we presume, will the position of is. Kaucher hereafter. j xhe IK'ath ltitll I rmmmitm in mr.U- 1 , . rav,J ,irl.omte.l. we , r(,nriM,m. . i:jt in eomplete for n. -... . ,m .,st LWtvct ono, a9 we , . u.tH)Trit for mine time t ab It. l. Mari.l.m.1 KIi:i HrMse .1. 1 lirmiii ti:o. Itrej J. Itlllrex Jlws lli-r.netr (!'e. Sii-eeinn It. 1".. ttm'itN. ijiil:" : inf.Mi, l;i.!.'S"'lli.ley. S 1. IhNitCV. ll M II.lll.Hei-. Wl-l. Ml-Jer. I'litl-t Mejer. i. il I O.lwrll. It. V;t..m. .l.il.ii xiclin'slir. .lullll Si-h-lle. Aiiu t':itle. K. W. K-mliart. J.i-iei!i Kians. II S.iler. .1. tiaminn. S. Slertln. i. Cr.il.'.n.. Ciil-tiin, i::ir'". Watvi.ii. Ky- .Ian. Is t urrv i f"1 ll". . ,tl I K. 1 A!l-n i i .--.I ii.n-.-ii X.r.iSl.Ki.nn i;fj,, J,, ; j,; inivm. v. I Ml n. I. KliWinli. , ii,.,;,..,. ivtrt. Vn'.ter. 'UNile.. Allen, pat. iiei.ii. i:r-i?:ir. In order to reduce expenses, and thus give our customers the benefit of lower prices, we have consolidat ed our grocery stocks into one, and the firm will hereafter be conduct ed under the name of Moore & See man, Mr. George F. Seeman having removed his entire stock of Grocer ies, etc., into the building occupied by L. I. Moore, thus giving us the Largest stock of Groceries and Qiieensware in Holt County! We extend a cordial invitation . to all friends and patrons to call and see us and get prices, as we are going to make inducements that you cannot resist. Respectfully. LEWIS I. MOORE, GEORGE F. SEEMAlv, MM rt iO '-' are Now) To DRESS GOODS ! In Silks, In Henriettas, In Fancy Weaves, In Wash Goods, In Tea Gowns and Wrappers. In Underwear, In Handkerchiefs at Popular Price.! and in Great Assortment. Also a Pibo tine of Shoes iu stock. Call in and eeo these goods.and get prices. WA filffio fit CcithH in iln Furnishing Goods, In Boots and In TJunderwear, In Eats, Etc, It will pav vnu to inspect our stock before bujing. Como in ant! be convinced. aw. CUMMINS, Hotel Woodland Block, Oregon. Mo. SAVE A FEW CENTS -r-- T-r. ----- j. v. r V W - OX TH r'zszsss?x vI'rH?N its'? BUY YOUR Furniture, Wall Paper, JVmdow - Ydenny & schlotzhaueb. r TtTp pnrV the larSTCSt StOCk, and Can glV8 ,v, ,iT 4. Inf ft.nm A fiill linn nf TT'TiV'R aSSOrtment tO SCleCt irOni. A. IU11 line OI X X.S lit , TrmT AL CA.SSETS always OU haUQ, and a , fLr nT c G TXV. A "R ST5 Jj ixtoJ.-Oljil.Oo XLJlii-ivOXJ. The "Weather. IMSEril'ITATIIV. Y Ram Pull. MAY. I XIMUM. 1" 13 11 J0 Jl . it ji jr. 2-; 780 7U.0 79.0 8t.O SSO 8.-.0 S'J.0 UiQ .V50 ctr. 70.0 S1.0 80.0 CG.0 .ViO (Vi.0 .13 o (T.O 17.0 t:t.o rr.o 1-i.i i:.o no tso fiiu (i).0 53.0 0.01 0.73 0.71 0.01 ' lt) nt . p" 0.20 74.0 57.0 001 SO.O .V..0 0.01 8i.o go.o o-io 4 70.0 5S.0 U' 5 70.1 5-'t0 (J 7tU) S'.O The rain fall for the month of Mny wasli.il inches, which was 1.51 Mow tho mean for. 'W years. Tho mean tem perature was lllel 5 whieh is nloiit the normal obtained from IIS years observa tion Tim rnin f hist SuUlTliaV lllirht was tho heaviest since .V . "''I. For 12 Cents. By sending yonr ad dress and twelve cents to the College cr Correspondence, Kansas City. Mo., joa will receive, p.t:ige paid, a text Iwnik of Shorthand, e?tecially prepared for self instruction and instruction by mail. This book is far superior to any other shorthand leU book pHlH.sneii. vniy one copy w ill be seat to any one address. . V-Dojou want a cheap hat? Ifsoralij TK. J. - Kktr. S!u Hants to quit the millinory luincs ju us 6'on as h!;o n:in te out. . Iia n 4 , . -in in CLOTHING I Shoes, jdrvr - Shades, Etc., OF - Mrs. Mattie l:L'i.'s-, after a pleasant viMt tr wxeial d.ns itb Iht sister. Mrs. Pred Bruntinever, :i lelurnod to her home nt Mnittiiilii'. . .i.--as. - Mrs. .v .: Cahfo'iii.-t. n ing f"r &-vrr; dais rest here, -s !i:is relnrneil from re i'i, s ljveti Siijonrn i! lu-.t ;iis. After a fov -ln left a Wi-dmsilav f.ir f 4i!i.:elr?, l lt. t!'d sii'in-cr with t-c;; t.- u s-jnd :r d.tighfer, Mrs. Mtu.iii- i.iv c. Children's !)-. wiiich occurs" on" next Sn:.tl u til lx tbM?rviMf i Iv the sche' f tho M. H Suiidnv m'IukiI. Iln. .ni?!i will deliver a eruinn tothecl. .reii iu the forenoon and in the evening tho ehiMsvu will render an interesting program Irl Hicks, tho weather ptognostica tor, lays out the following program for the month of Julie: .Disturbances will disappear eastward by the ltd, leav ing pleasant weather behind. The 7th and 8th will bring higher temperature with storms. Almut tho lOtli it will lie gin to grow oxcessivelj warn, which will increase during the 11th nnd 12th, or until general storms of rains, thun der mid wind results. A series of storm each afternoon nnd evening will likely occur at tins time, running tnto the secondary dh-turbauctrs about .He 17th Cty nl lath. ThelX'tlr to the 2ath is a regular storm period, right at the crisis of the June solstice. Heavy ruins nn"d violent electrical atmospheric perturba tions will !o natural. Bright, pleusant days and nights will follow up to the' 28th. Tho month enda wnrni anil stormy. Mlliii'M.t.Ufl WarMtltTVir-lflj ES! B$3f33nf H N vs. .X