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r.w irv ,&! iw' VOLUME XXX. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY. JUNE 15. 1804 NUMBER 3. mm v l!S0DL QqocEqy House. TV .t;"- J . v . - - ii Don't Buy UniilJ A LARGE ASSORTfilFNT. GOODS ALWAYS FRESH and SEASONABLE. 'J h r Come in and we will try to please you. 11 K - - I3M?M2K Well We've got the New Spring Goods For the Spring Trade, and in order to sell tliem have put tho prices down. Come in and look over our stock. 4 ?' t 2? V ?? V u fes P II 6 A I 1 ?2 3 3 Sfii ft mi i m And know that we have just what you want. The low prices we make sell cur goods. We carry everything to he found in a gen eral stock of First-Cl?ss Merchandise, Yours for Big Bargains, J WATSON & Co., oa!&. DEEf$101 P8&Y BlfiDEHl r 2&t 'tis JtiK in. -A With Jointed Platform, the Boss of the Harvest Field and no IT I TAKES THE j LEAD EVERYWHERE l! -rSf- I" We have sold the Mowers for 12 years, not one ever returned. All giving perfect satisfaction. We mention only a few prominent farmers we have sold during this time: Isaac Kurtz, John Buntz, Hike Buntz, Stewart Keeves, Jacob Rung, Jacob Bucher, (Jhas. Patterson, Jno. Stephen son, Geo. Stephenson, J. Jno. Elder, Henry ifoung and many others WE SOLD 18 DE'EIiltfG BINDERS IN 1891 Deering Binders and Binder Twine are alwavs the best, uaii ana see them at -T" I f"tr" I 1 --5. . n- -nrt n T L. PRsbh.iiai aware, Oregon, Mo. G-ST OUR TrrU ,T -VTo.lTr-rr . , , - -i vil n .tii-uij a'iiv. - v if lUe ailt l Ueaar OaiI12:ieS, or Building Material of SA "Y7"TT1 "VOTT TvrCj TKltmn wasc.impi.--rd of eighty three de. : v - y N -l-V-l v- i 4 r J ,,.i, rei.re.-i-nled twentv cuiiuties. i As we 1.--. than any other ii m in PINKSTON Tho Insurance. Tho only absolute . lv Kafn cnsnlinn stovo on earth, uses less fuel ami gives moro boat. Call in at Schulte Bros., and fee it. If you want a nice set of dishes or a nico chamber set go to Mooro & See man's. They will give you a bargain iu either. PrO'luco taken in exchange for groceries- hardware or anything in our -store. Call on Pierco A Co, Xew Point Mo. -Yin are needing fresh garden seds. Thenl?cti. l.nv The... in :a John ti I'hilbrickV drug rtore. - i - -.to :-:st .vhli.sh t-;i, iss. v fi V -v -v. "T HOOK!: i SliHilAN. NORTH SIDE SQUARE. OREGON, ftO. -. i -r-- . r.-." 1-.. 'i , V v; - t ' . v: , i , .- . Anything . You See Us. 4 4j - 1. -4- ff s 'ff "7$ fi 'fi ft ft 1 H8 v. 1 mstasc. Deering Binders and W. King, Jno. Uurtis, Mowers and Deering' - 1 FIGURES! Pin r. Tm-iilmv Wlnto White - w-, . . - -r !. -r - tt 1 J-illt,ll, JLiime, OCUlt:U.t,, I any kind. WO Will i fy- -X A Better and Lower prices Nortliwest Missouri. 1 OREGON. MO. Srinl Jq ncpiinvinrr the Herres ' Bert hUlldlll formerlv occupied bv George , Crabb as a barber shop. For lirst-class t ti, .,M.l li-iir ciittin.' po and see I him ii.'lus new quarters. I.-iva r.-.ceived n ' ! car load of Mason's fruit j,:rs-100 gross- ; l i :.. .. ..n..L'.l or tli.v tnn Im ' I i i..., iu iimm lu.r.iro linv. 1 111IAVII 111 II . . 1 ' . . . 1 . - ' -.w I - U.llilUll 111! llllll-t. UVt int... vw.v.w wj . : I V Pnlr fti, In., a-.u- mill man h..?deiivcred niin.i nre quantities of na-' :vo hi.nber to linkston Bros., of this city, wlucii ! oliered lor sale at prices to suit the times ,,, , vear, bc-gan cutting the bank at takers in Oregon. Our banks aro and mense urius iroin v i r-,rv-u "i"-" 1111 1 . r ' . ., , ,r . . . . . . 1 ,. ., ini'hec lint. r.iit mili.tith. No 1'reat Wart Free o All. Every subscriber to Tun SrcTiNF.r. nmv mi our Wiks wliu tcsvh up his nr- I icaragc and one year in advance will ro ', c-ivo free ono of J magnificent v.all maps of tliu state of Missouri. l!5i of. July S!:ui(is. Tho committee in cl.irge will fo!1 ' the stand pri iicoa for tint lib of July, i at the U mrt llu:if-c, cm Saturday, Juno Ii.lh at '.' in. Terms: one-half cash; , balance on the mon.ing of tin 1th. I Thoy will also -it tlu amo time let tho contract for fiirnir.hiiig ice and water, j ExwiTivr. Ccimmi"iti:e. Krosh pardon soedd at Mooro & See- IllUll'ci. flold Siicctades sit Fiegenbaum's, i tlio Jeweler. j An fntir-t wv r-lcction of wall I paper at T. S. Uindu'tS very cheap. i H.O. Schmiilt kefps thti best grades I of twine. Trices always tho lowest. i - Co to ku-ftle. fc Z-iciimaa for fruit J jura cheap as any one cm bull theia. ! - Durintr lii wsiKcm Mr?. 1). K. I!ea j nett will rerve ice cream every clay and j evening. Tho best lino of mixed pnintfi in Holt county at T.S. IliiiuoV. Iry our Hour paint, DoGiraliorosidonco property fornnlo or rent ISest location in Oregon, apjily to J. C. Fills. Hfrt Carr, the junior end of tlie Mound City Time, favored us with a pleasant call. Monday. Morrin & Morris, residiiiK on the Andeiron farm near Xcnv l'oint, havo iooii pasture for btock. Rememl.-er that Piereo ,fc Co.. of New l'oint, allow tho highest market price m exchano for ijoodd. For a No. 1 good syrup' either in p.iilor by the .illon, and pure jelly in pails jo to Moore ,t Seeman'H. U. S. Shi.-lin. of Suuinan, Hiplov Count v. Indiana, ia hero on a visit with his sifter, Mrs. Fred liruiitmeyer. Stcrl and John Stephensod and CUa. lIolTmunn bouirht tho DeerniR Pony I tinder or T. i. Price, this week. For pure drugs and prompt at ten tmn, no to John O. I'hil'.jricK's clnitf Ftore. Freseriplion work accurately and promptly attended to. i Mik Lizrie Powell, who has bren tho Kiiest of her sister, lw Ini Pii.l:-1 titon, lor t-everal mont!i3. win reiurii to lier home in Kentucky, in a few d.iys. J. II. Wilson, lumber derder, at For est City, will not only meet all compe tition ill prices, but will co a little bet ter than any other yard in Holt county, flu aud see him. A freak in the way of a c-.ir with only threelefrs, ia owned by John Oppen lander. of ncarXew Pjint. In front the calf ,ias only on lejr. while the hind logs are fully developed. On account of tho rain last Sunday evening, Chihlien's Day oxercises were cot observed by the Union Sunday school at tho Union Fchool house, but were postponed until next Sunday eve nine;, June 17. Everybody cordially in vited. DortSaal has removed hislnrher! t-hoji from up ptairs, over T. L. Price's! I hanlwaro store, to mo rcmni r.ojoimn the Howell houm on the soulh.where he hr.a lilted up a neat shop. He invites his friends to call and see him in hits new luarters. ('rappio and bnss ara biting, both at I5iir i-.i.ko anil fjanx'don. Jn order to catch lots of them you will need iishinK tackl'j. The ilnce to jret the btMt in tics lino, is at John I'hilbnck'a drus; i store. Se tho display Unit ho makes in his window. -Cyrus Philbrick is experimenting with somo of Prof. Snow's infected chinch bu. Tpdwill be ible to determine what virtue there is in them. Wo hope ho may succeed in destroying them. If :iimi oi:e wnuid produce or discover a f uncus or pansit." that would dispose of tho English spairo.vs many would call him hlcsced. C. J. Hunt l...d hifl arrangements completed for-a tro. and .it tho hut mo nient di-OMwred that his means of l icti- tiiMtion had iven t .k'-n by some person. Cave has tho party spotted who took it, and if tho aforesaid whiclbrfrrow is not .eturned at onco legal proceedings will bo commenced for its recovery. Hon. John Kcnnish, present sena tor from this district is frequently men tioned as a Republican candidate for congress, and the opinion is generally held that ho would b a good man to nominate- TarV.io A vi.l-.nche. No better man or mnr? thoroughly eij-.iipp. .1 for for such a position lives in our district. .Toh n F. Am is, formally si resident if Xew P' :nt, thw coiiLiy, dJpd at his homo in St. Jo-pli, on !at Mondnv, Jutie II. iv.;s. Hp wa ab.:ul S years of age, and served l!iroiii:h tho wr.-us a member cu tim 4'h M. S. M. His re mains were brought to this county m.d laid to ru-.t in the Nickcll's Grove cem etery, on Wednesday. June KS, 1SUS. A. II. Frodsham, n few days ago, showed us a Tri Weekly Missouri Re publican, dateil St. Ijouis, Satunbiy mornir.g, October In., which a i cunositv. This pap.r is r.n cloven col i nmii folio and a- advocating tho elec- The parly of D. Ward King held its convention recently at ( ariollton.atid I nomim-tcd tiieir state ticket: . 15. Kob i5x.?3 ' anu I. C. Vares for railroad commis- sioner. tryani u. won an, 01 tins , county, was chairman of tiio con I ventiou. 1 lie nominee ior Fiipenuienu-. ent of rchools is a most lovable lady who ranieiaoy w.io has hosts of friends in this n.ib noBia tm........ ........ ! tho state, that will wish . iln ciaie. mill, will nun :iei MatLcr.-, . . :u ! ami some oi i?..?",1." : ;r " , i : t seeV think ! !ir.-i...,-..r 1. 1 11 1 rin finiMMit. ' v ' . . . : " .;. .... " . I egates,who repre.-ented twenty counties. z - x;l: TAVlBl!uZ recede very much, tho once prosperous village of intnrop. sinty miles south of melted into tlio river, togemer wun nan a dozen farms of lo acres eacn. ino channel of the river was a half mile woM of Winthrop last year, but to day that channel is H sand bar ami the new channel oenpies what was once the main ' i street nf the village. Wm. Page, a well l bnrarn farmer Iivinir near tho unfortn- - . .... nat city, is arranging for tho purchase of ten a-Tes uf lrir.1 Willi Oi me ran road track", uhicn h- pron.ies to nato to he peoplo vo wim J remove to. grouuo . u.,u.Jtm.u : , , . , r ,,.1 w"al 01 ac) Slu"i cil" u" u- " v. iimiii, 1 C;i 3 wi o. sstie is the uatigmer 01 r,c- . turn of J lines Huchai an for president oresl fjity. He carries in stock the. State Senator Wco.lvard a prominent . ' "' ;roi'" V: iJ v: kn" LYi"1 Z largest lino of White and Vellow Pine I rH;iroad man of tl.nt state. Tho groom !, ; , , ii., rM, . 7i.ctr;..t ' Lumber 111 tho county; also Cedar and , is one of Holt's pr.-dm-tioc.s and ioi;e of tho eleclor from li e fourth district.-, w pinp ,og Kwx, Jog unJ , , rviv.i.in.i.i i.tmoLr.tu 1 tho lowest prices a specialty. fut iln-ician and bighlv respected Here on me iv. v. murium, wo. h oaii suape. .".'pusub iiiuuuiuiiiK i .1.1 i"i 1 r, ......i.., t is.cn .....;,, . i..,r,i... i,.f .u,r.h Tl,., 1 i. i:j i-L n ..,i tti,n-. the earth. Moods came. I he rivulets June I.., Ib.H. returning in ,.,...... ...v. ""'.-- "t-.. ;." . : r . ... . ... ri. and draws mithered haiUtoneP in im-. brought tho sad news of the thoe-lgo 01 t no town ana aoinceu. 10 nave neen ati:e 10 naiuiie an inai oners . i.oir r ..i,....-. ,!.... 1 .......i.i f ;to. the piles of ice that people went days af- 11. iiljtl tU-UHT ltt 11V- r""-1' "l"'' I lll.i 111. I IwtlSl'Ullwlv lUlLILJli I WE WILL CELEBRATE COURT HOUSE PARK, OKSSON, MO. A ll'tnimcr. lt all means let lis have, a grand cele bration, the l:::g:-r and louder tho bet ter. Let each and every citizen us&fet to the best of his ability, with his in- iluence, his tune and hia money, to make tho celebration worth v of tho grand event wo coainioniorate, but let him do it with a spirit of patrintism.and without any thought of personal gain. Let us get in our mint liberal and pa triotic moo.l: think of the grand urin- ! ciples in tho minds of our illustrious forefathers, the Bigucis or tho "Declara tion of Independence," tho foundation of the grardest nation on God's green earth, that i.ll lovers or patriotism may enjov the day as becomes Bons and ( daughters of the glorious (iepublic, a;:d I as law abiding citizens. This day has been wisely tet apait by on r government ;n n nutioaa! holiday, to keep alive tho memory of tli.t birth of our Amoricau liberty, and one of ispocial thanksgiving for the release c.f nil eritiro nation from the tyrr.ney and misrule of a desperate government, and now in t'e namu of all true liberty lovers, make tho -1th of July IS'Jl, at Oregon, tho biggest, grandest and liveliest in our history. Don't for get tho date engage your girl's com pany right away bO that you will not bo left. The following aro tho committees: Executive Committee G. W. Cum miiiF, It C. Hentnn, Gouv. Morris, H.E. Dennv, Frank Allen, Ed. Fiegenbaum L. I. Miv.r J. T. Thatcher, Jesso Fitts. On Speaker. Gouv. Morris, S. F. O'l-'allon. Soliciting Funds. R. C. Bonton, 11. T. Alkire. Instrumental Music Frank Allen, Paul Howell. Guy lloberts. Vocal Music 11. E. Denny, A lev. Van Hut-kirk. Dan. Kunkel. Jr., Maggie Perkins, Cora Frye. Alien Kunkel. Amusements. - Ed. Fiegenbaum.Tom Kneale, Sam Sohulte, Leo Chadduck, Guy Cummirs. Fireworks. Ij. I. Moore, Tom Kneale, E. P. Hostotter. Decorating. J. T. Thatcher. Giles L.iughlin. T. L. Price. Lcvi Schulte. Elwood McDonald. Frank Kunkel and every Italy in town will bo willing to lend a helping hand. Program. G. W. Cummins, D: P. D'li'vu'J. II. Montgomery. P.-i'iting. Je:,!,c Fitts, Tom Curry, Iwood MuDiinald. Cuy your twine of H. C. Schmidt. Tho M'.vonteen year locusts aro due this year. Now fence posts for sale nt Willinm Rostock's. Silver Thimbles at Fiegenbiium's. Engraved free. Take jour Watches to Fiegenbaum for warranted repairs. See Jviok's City Photos Enlarge ments and picture frames. Tho teachers' institute will rneot in this city on Monday, July 9. If you want a nico rillo or shotgun, cheap, seo Ktienle & Zachmaii. Pierce & Co., of New Point, wil take produce in exchange for goods. Go to Mrs. D. E. Bennett for ice cream. She will Fervo everyday and evening during the season. Ico cream every afternoon and even inc. .-l!m on Sundav. during tho sunson. I at the Denver Dukery. Remomber that John II. Kunkel is ready at all times to attend lo any work i in his lino that you may tiavo lor !mc. Chas. Strawn, Tom Price's right hand man. put up an Aermotor galvani zed bteel wind mill this week, for John Price. It. will pay any ono needing sprcta clos to call "on Pierco and Co., Xew ! Point, ns they havo u lirsl-class assort ment. Tho latest designs and patterns jn wall pajier can bo found at J. C. Phil brick's drug 6tore. Ail new and the lowest prices. Bert Saal has removed his barber shop, from up stairs, over T. L. Price's hardwBro store, to tho Berres building on the ground tloor, first door south of the Howell noiise. If you need lumber or building ma- r tip n hno ' Recso & Foster finished job o reside job of painting and paper hanging tor Lncio Johnny Meplionson, last week. vare now painting and hxing up tho residence of Undo Robert Patterson, , anil are also nxing up mo new resilience , 01 wnaney iiiibeuoccu.ui .iuuun.iv iu-, oi.ij.. tri,aw. ono milo north of Iirhi.s. nlfers his farm of lull acres for , i. .. sale, rniy acres 111 uuun.uiuu, n uiiiik . orchard of live or six bundled trees; SO f " ? Ririt.rr nnti two irooti weu.s: iiireo irooti - 1 --- - ,"u'"? ',1,ue' ,lnu u, Llulro I"ii-'e is lenctu. 1 Tho hav crop in this county will be i light, even though we have over so muIi rain from this time on. although if we . should havo an nbundaneo of r.iin dur- ing tho remainder of tho season, it would increaso materially the second crop of clover. This is ono of tho most hardy forage phnts that we have for the rea son it sendi i!s moSs so deeply into the soil. Sniu of the clov-'i- is now grtvu and nice, while much of the timothy has been so atfected with dry weather, niu-ch ; of it w ill not iwad. The rtatement of tho banks of our i knocking things every which-way ami Uttlo daughter came to his citv which appeared in our issue last reducing llicm lo ct.aos. unicheiis. day, Juno I, lbl'l. . .l.I.i . 1.. 1 eeese. oil's, cnives and other animals 1 WceK Miow mat me iiniiuciit. umimiuu " , f, 11 11 4 V. - . .1 . .r., .. . , ..11 : were killed in lame numbers. Corn and Mr. D. A. loung, our 111 liiis in.rL tji Lilt- t.L til-. i iiitL Hi. fin 111 . -- . .,... it ... .... , ... - . . nil.,,. ,.r.ti-in. t UnifE- irri-. .AIIt.i(.kll IflTfl (Villi tVIlai. I' llrl M-.f:l I V. Extraordinary Inducement. To all new subscribers to Tun Senti nel, and all the old ones who come in and rene.. their subscription, we will fur cish The Sestixet. and tho handsome and latest wall map of grand old Mis souri, all for the low sum of 61.50. The map Mono is well worth 5(1 cent", and is sold by agents at that price. Tho map gives the population by counties and cities, tho railroads and all money-order offices, county seats, etc. It is just what you should haye in your home. You can buy a cart ami harness fcr at H. C. Schmidts. Frank Peter and family aro once moro residents of Oregon. Charley Young homo from tho State University at Columbia. Charles Peter was rusticating in Oregon for a few days hist week. Giles Laughhn and wife are visiting relatives in College Springs, lo.va. For bargains in good second hand carts, and buggies, go to II. C. Schmidt. Hon. John Kennish and Hilly Frame, of .Mound City, wuro down last Monday Fi-genbaum has the most com Pitt ' 13 j iine of Watches in Holt county pilL'CU. Life insuranco ngenta are thick in the county now. No one need die unin sured. Mrs. Penina Morris, of KaneasCity, was hero this wee!;, the gueot of her son, Gouv. Unrlo Billy Brodbeck mourns the death of a lino milk cow, which occurred last Sunday. A. H. Biiiley rold a fine bunch of cattloto Peto Gailbraith, Jim Gelvin & Co., last Wednesday..."- George Colvin, of Maitlnnd, w.-.s down this week, tho guest of his daugh ter, Mrs. Anna Murklaud. Honry Carneil and wifo havo wore up from St. Joseph for several duys, the guests oi relatives anil mends. Willio Mooro fell from a cherry tree Wednesday moruiijg aud broke his left arm between tho wri;t ami elbow. Leigh Dojbu&while cutting wood, ono day last aHplistook his right fool for u stick atfSGWla four-inch gash m it. W. 11. Davis, wifo and daughter, Jessie, are taking a trip through Okla homa. Mr. D.ivis is well plea.-ed with that country. If you want good clean groceries at lowest prices, go to Moore .t Seenan's. They make piidity a specialty and aro never undersold. James S. Curtis was in town bright and eany hit.tTuosd.iy moriiiug. hauling otf ho;;s, having sold fort -three head, that averaged If you want something nice in fish such as smoked h.dibut, herring, bone less codfish White lish and Mackerel go to Moore fc Seeman's. Joseph Hoblitzell nnd daughter, of Maitland, attended Childreus Day exer cises at tho M. E. church in our city last Sunday evening. Mrs. Anna Markland and children returned Ia.-t week from a visit with hor father, George Colvin, of the Com murciul house, Maitland. F. W. Hagloch, of tho marble firm of Hagloch Bros., Mound City, was down last week on business. Tho boys are turning out some ti rat-class work aud at roasouablo prices. George W. Hogrefc and wife, form erly of Craig, this county, are uow res idents of North Yakima, Washington. George writes that ho is woll pleased with the country. Sam Schnpp. Jim Hir.de and Ed. W. Dobrns inado a spin on their bike to Mound City last Sabbath, arriving there in time to attend morning worship anil returning homo in time for evening worship. Sam Simpson and Will Thornton have finished tuck-pointing the school house, nnd the "Seven Brothers," with a largo force, are rapidly completing the painting. It will be a first-class job when completed. Uncle George Weber, of Forest City, is certainly a public spirited citizen, and above all, has tho interest of his city at heart. Ho is now making a park in front of the school house at Forest City, and is doing most of it nt his own ex pense. Captain 11. II. Parland, of Lincoln Camp, S. of v., St. Joseph, assistant state inspector, inspected Giaham IVrap in thiB city, lost week. He found the camp m good condition, hut suggested that the bivp do a little more mission ary w.rk. Tho suggestion is a good one. Tho camp here can be mado 0:10 of the bent in the state. Tiik Skntisf.i. i pleased to hnvn occasion to make record of the in an. 'me of ono of her mo:-t highly renpected citizens. Onthetlth inst, at Spencer, West Virginia, Dr Earnest Kaltenbach, of Craig, Mo., and son or John Kalten back, of this city, to was united in mar riage to Miss II. Louiso Woodyard. The bride has manv friends in our sister city of Craig, which were made during her visit there as a guest of her aunt, Mrs. n. L. Kiffe. whoro the doctor first met her whom l.o Indny (citizen, lne doctor , ,, , 1 many friends and his wife a long, long iife of iinahoed Imppicess. A pieat hail.-torm resulted, so we gather fr.cu the I ielleville. Kansas. Tel csenne. fruiii ll'e cari-lessm-s-i of a rain- 1 manor ""! l" 1 eiecopo j uiiuuihiivi i.m ,1111x11 m u,imi:wBi-i :,ew"" " I" .,K' I'?' Mnr!" iln ' " , " . 7. .. . 1 " . im.n .....- i.i .,. i,,. I....1 ,, , ,,1. r ! i'"-' " ' ZJZ or carelessness; mnch gaswas re- a mi 1 wi n. iii 1 n inHi ii(rt ;in;iri? in it. 1 hail stones innumerable, as large as , hen's eggs and larger, were living about terward- and hauled ice home for mint julips and ico cream. It is needless to say that the apple crop of that region is knocked into tliu middle of next sum mer. Such reckless rain-making as that ennnot by di-couraged too socn. The Itiic' Tsland Railroad Comnanv is resnonsible for sendimr that rainmaker to Belleville. Kansas. However, it be longs to the class of soulless corp ir.i turns and. of onur.-e, don't care. But that kind of bu-iness wants to bo squelched out, before it gets to be a monoply. s8- THESE TIMES Extravagance in any consequence we have down to mm T ME Call in and inspect our new iine of Gents' Spring and Summer Clothing, Hats, urnish- mgs, Etc. The ladies are especially invited to call in and see our new lines of Snrina: and Summer Dress Goods, latest shades and patterns. 1 In Ladie'3 and Gent's Shoes wo carry the very latest styles. These goods are all the times. Call and be G. W OREGON, : ACKET! PRIg&IST FOR ONE WEEK 0MY:- 72 pairs of Ladies Dongoline Patent Tip Slioss worth $2.25, we will close them out at $1.35. 48 pairs of Men's Calf Shoes worth $2.15, will close them out at $1.35. For one week wa will cut prices on Children's Shoes. Boys' Suits worth $1.90, our price $1.25, from ages 7 to 12. Unlaunderied Shirts worth 50c, our prices 29c. 10c Ginghams, twenty styles, our price 7c. Ws will name a few prices on Tinware: Mi!! Pails. Strain ers, 10-quart 25c; 10-quart Pails, 15c; Copper Eottoni Coffee Pots, 25c. 109 Men's Hats, one-half regular price. Pants worth $1.40, our price 99c; overalls worth 90c, our price 50c. Mens Rockford Sox worth 15c. our price 6 l-4c. Will pay cash for Eggs and Chickens. We intend to seli our goods for less than St. Joe prices. RACKET Oregon, H. C. Schmidt sells tho best wagons in southern Holt county. T. C. Duugan attended the- recent term of the Atchison circuit court. Rnrgains in white fish and mackernl in bulk or ten pound pails at Knealo .fc Znch man's. Hi Mazer, of Maitland, and Sam Hiiyzlett.of Nodaway county, were down on busincts last week. lie happy by getting ono of those 8 day Cathedral Gong Bell striking clocks at Fiegenbaum'6. The members on probation in tho M. K. church will be taken into full con nection nest Sunday, Juno 17th, IS'Jl. - liont Vandeveer is entertaining his j brother Finn, wife and child, fro.nTroy, ) Ohio. They will remain for several dav's. From now on and as long us tho sea- j son continues, Mrs. D. K. Hennett will I bfrvo her choice cream every day and evening. On account of our increased tnxa b!o wealth, our city taxes hnvo been re duced by tho city council from li-"ic to llOc on tlio huiidred dollars' valuation. Marshal U.irtram has sworn in a new deputy, tho aforesaid deputy arriv ing at his home last Tuesday morning, Juno 12, IS'Jl, without a slitch of cloth ing on. An interesting program has been prepared by tho Union Sunday school for children's day. which will bo render ed at the school house next Sunday eve ning. Juno IT. The recent session of the Goneral Weuibly of the I'nited Presbyterian church 111 sci-iiin at A'liany, Oregon, decided to cor.t nhiite ,tX per annum to the uo of tho Tarkio college. J. A. Oren. of Xew Piiint, arid Jonas V.'hitmer. of .Mince ota Valley, ie't this ceck for a visit to Smith Center.K.insas. Mrs. Oren mid Mrs. Whitnier. who arts out there, will return lumo with them. -j-lt, Odd-Fellows of Tarkio will dedicitte their hall on the 1!:!i inst. i I.rge delegations of the order from 1 oilier pia.es nre expecieu, anil uio dav ..,, "red letter" one in "lslor-v , ... -I.ert Sua!, the barber, was not at his ! . . i . . .... oiintt inr 1 1 iv r r i-r i-iut ii'nuir imr u ow on deckagam. ready for business. The occasion of bis ahsonce was that, a homo, Fri- livrvman. eunesu.iy, i , - I.W drowning of Edward and David Kimball. Eona of Johu Kimball, of Forlescue. Tho lxiys wero nged l.i anu J3 years, and ttio Maitland, .Mo., on the biurtl. Sat.b.ith of tv roK,,,.ncn nrot.rtv near tho Chris ! youngest was bathingin Rig Tark.wlnch , .i,v. It will ly a.ldrc,. by ICev. H. TrS-n, K Terms runs near tho town, when he began to p. llom, f St. Iu.. who is tin, agent rmisonnbI. Call on D P. fwis or struggl-j around and try to got out, tin- for tho American Bible society for Mis- ' . , , ... t-, tm.lu m ilU tilllll.i;. .xi uio jiiiii.iuiu iii- uiuui- er jumpetl in after him and tried to save j him, but his strength failing him.he wa j ..II .. II t . U in..ht.A Inr I....I . also drowned before assistance came. Tho accident occurred about three o'clock in tho afternoon, the Ixidies being recovered shortly niter. Everelfnrt at resuscitation was made, but all in vain. Thij is vr tainly a sad blow to Mr. K.ailirdl. r.nd ho h'i:i the heartfelt sympathy of tue entire community ;n his aitlictiun. direction, and as a marked our goods PilGlSD marked down to suit convinced. MISSOURI. STORE, Mo Major Morrill hast been nominated for governor by the Kausas Republicans. A full lino of the Kieknpoo Indian Medicines will be found at Proud's drug btort. Thero will bo quarterly meeting at tho M. E. ch 11 reii .Saturday and Sunday, Juno 5 and 'JJ, WXU C. O. Proud, druggist, is solo agent for tho Kellam i .Mooro celebrated crys tal spectacles. Guaranteed. Harrison I'.ailey, of this city, was courting at Itock Port during tho late term of circuit court there. Ilobt S. Meyer, one of Holt county's most prominent young farmers and best Republicans, spent Monday iu ourcity. For a reliablo and nico buggy nnd harness go to H. O. Schmidt. He keeps tho best and will sive you money on them. Hon. John Kcnnish waf in tho hub on legal business Monday. Oar ex sher iff. Hilly Frame, came down with him to shake hands with his many friends. All members of the Fraternal Aid Association are requested to meet this Friday evening, Juno l."th, as business of importance needs your presence. T. II. Kemp, now of Chillicothe.and wtirt ill mTft-7 tl-rla n ri?il.4nt nf fflitj ilv has announced his candidacy for nomili-! ation to too state senate iu tho fourth senatorial district. 1 w. , , I Lnited Stales Attorney General OI- noy has brought suit against tho -estate of Loland Stanford for eUtttytt), .the, amount Stanford owed on the Con- tr.i. I'rirMlif r:itlr .m I fli.lit --On the inside pages of this week's ihhuc . will bo found the program of the Holt Lounty Suialay School convention, wbich convenes iu the M. E. church, this ritv, Friday ami Saturday, Juno 1.1 and It!. .iir .'kiln; t:uo irie urti nave nt:..- ... 1 n . - f 1 : . 1 returi fro... Warrensburg. when, thoy . have been attending the State Xormat f-chnol. .Miss Anna, we aro irl.nl to tsar. returns with her diploma, having grud- 1tf1fi.1l ii-illi litiiiftrj 1 ...... .1 ..-.1. 1 1 n ! U,ULU List week's i.wuo of the Forest City Independent had 11 verv creditable write up or that citv. Mr. Havs i doing his ' rt t(nv!lril ,jvjn tll(, .. f our S;H. ter city a good paper, and we hopo tlio 1 people will do their part. Tho W. C.T.U. meets with Mrs. McKnight this weL-k. On account of i the Sundiy School convention it will bo . heidou Iliursd.iv afternoon. Ohicers , ,., .,n i... tun. nu i'izi nil viiiiuiiii in iii:uav ! pared w.th yearly reports. Tho annual meeting of tho Holt (Jountv Rili'e sccieiv will bo held in. I bOUri. Tie? little one year old son of George Peacock, who lives on a Quick farm. liift below roreht City, crawled into nt closet one dav Iat we'k. whero it found) a can of coil oil. and d'aek quite f r-ely ; of its coiitt-ij. Dr. C.-ili- i; C'.Hcd. ' and while tile cliih1 wr. thought to he 1 in great danger, tho djc'.or has hopes , j for its recovery. j CUMMINS, 4& OF JDLY CELEBRATION, AND BASKET PICNIC F0R3ES, 6S0., JULY 4, 1394. Citizens of Forbes nt a called tneotintf on the evening of June 12ih, i:-tt., de cided to hold a celebration 'n the 1th j day of Jul ; in stiort, a regular !J fa.h , ioned fourth of July celebration, every body s celebration, nnd everybody invit ed, yea. urged tn attend. Hon. G. W. Murphy, of Craig, will bo tho orator of tho day. Other speakers in goodly number will be in attendance A brass band will bo in attendance to enliven all. Good vocal and instrumental music at the stand. Other features will bo a match gamo of base ball, also a platfcrai fur dancing with an abundance of refreshment btands. Everyone from fur and near m cordially invited to be present and help make tho day a glorious success. By order of Cox. Thero will bo preaching in the Pres byterian church, next S.ibb ith, morning and evening, at the Uhual hours. Every body invited. Tho best and roost reliablo harves ter and binder is tho Minneapolis, and tlio best mower tho Walter A. Woods. H. C. Schmidt, agent. Thoso who have strawberries should during this dry weather boo them often, :;s the loose tod will make n mulch for them, and they will grow eveu if it ia dry. Don't fail to nttend the sessions of tho Holt County Sabbath School Con vention to lie held Friday and Saturday, in tho M. E. church, this city. See pro gram in this paper. Greeley Faid to young men, "Go west," hut tho writer would say not only to yonng men but to old men aa well, 'Sow clover," and lot your stock grow up on it ami in it, as this year demon strates its practical utility. Tin: SKNTXsr.t. extends congratula tions to Gecrgo Leaso and wife, who were recently made ono by Rev. liain, of Craig, the ceremony being performed nt tho homo of tho bride's parents, J. Ii. Wilson, tivo miles southwest of Craig. Tho buildings and fixtures of Ran kin & Co's brick-making works at Tar kio, wero damaged 61,000 on Monday of last week, bv an explosion of the steam boilers. The heater was blown through tho roof nnd fell 125 yards dis tant. Minisbira havogenorally boon warm friends of horticulture. Tho writer has tho address, of Henry Ward Deecher be fore tho Indiana Horticultural society for Oct. 10,1910. It is a valuable docu ment. Horticulture was then in its in fancy in this country. The St. Joseph district convention of the Epworth Lieague will hold its next session at Maysvdle, DeKalb coun ty. June 1S-SI). The league of this city will bo represented by Hoy nnd Carnoy Kunkel, Mattio Perot, Will Schulte, Anna Thuma, tnd Bert Xipher, with Ilallie Green us alternate. Willard Proud and EI wood McDon ald were down looking at tho river, near Che8nes below Forest City. Inst Sun day. They wero accompanied by their lady frionlls. They report great sections of earth caving in every few moments; tho spray which arose from these huge slides gave them a good drenching. C. Iu Coulter nnd A. T. Reynold?, of Toledo, O., wero registered nt Hotel Woodland lust Wednesday. They nre making a tour across tho country from Toledo to San Francisco on bicycles in tho interest of tho Voat Mfg. Co., of Toledo, famous bicycles manufacturers. Tho young men nre bicyclists in tho strictest senso of tho word. They left Toledo May 1. and hnvo dono 21 days actual traveling. In that timo thoy have covered I miles, an uverngw of over 07 miles per day. While en route through Indiana they covered 10$ inilui on their wheels in uino hours. Itev. Smith, of the M. E. church, of Oregon, delivered his lecture Tho Fu ture of tho Anglo Siixou Race," to u good audience Wednesday evening, of last week. Tho lecture was replete with good thought nnd was very suggestive nnd timely. This is an ago of unrest and speculation and tho Anglo-Saxon will be called upon to pottle, in a grent measure, tho atrairH of tho 1 world. A thorough preparation fur tho work and a zeal for its perforumticti are duties wo owo to tho world. An ndinisijion of ton contf, wft3 c,arKp,i for t, henelit of the M clrci, premises. All Toll well ..aid for attending. Tho M. H. church gavo Children's Day exercises last Sunday evening. Tho evening was threatening rnin. and kept many away. Finally about 8 o'clock rain I'ed n coptoinshowersvet thnchitrch wan well filled and most of tho program car ried out. Tho church wan beautifully decorated and the Church of tho Fli . ,, - i . ,A t . n 1 .1 V? " W , V;.V M h t""' children, tnti cluer part. thti chief part, rendered their iiarti eir part m such a manner as to delight the audience. The m.mic rendered by tho choir deserves special mention. Qui?" coot! collection wan tnkeu up for tho .!. loan riin.l, and tho audience ndjoiirned. glad to h-ive bwn there, even they had to go li.mio in tlio rain, A Generous Offer. To every subscriber to Tiir. 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