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mm VOLUME XXX. OREGOJf . OMISSOURI. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1894 NUMBER 31 35 YQ II KnovThat the Place to Boy Yonr If HOLIDAY GOODS j US AT I J. WATSON & GO'S They have the Nicest Line of Holiday Goods ever brought to the City, in fact to the County. Their line embraces Useful as well as many articles that are novel. Following will be found a list of the .many things they have: Quality and Assortment Clothing at Cost From now until Feb. 1, 1895, IS m & S3 Something for Gentlemen ' Silk Neckties. Silk Mufflers,; Silk Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Slip-1 pers and hundreds of other; articles. We will sell Clothing as we say & 0 . . . above AT COST. This sale will Something for Ladies jjc,u r Goods--- m & . . Boys Shoes, Underwear, Etc Fine DreSS Patters, Silk Tho reaefn that wa nffor those m Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Shawls, 'goods at cost is because we Fascinators and many things j want to reduce our Stock to that we cannot enumerate here. 1 make roomjor other goods that Come in and see US for any- are nnminn in Pall at nitre mini in iiiu uuuuaj we will please you une and and see us, and be convinced in Price, that we mean just what we say J. Watson Co. Yours for Low UPrioesL or. "wTSonsr & co.3 OREGON, MISSOURI. You Are Thinking . . of getting a ALL THE LATEST STYLES. 1 Watch, Clock, Spectacles, Watch Chain, Neck Chain, Cuff Buttons. Collar Buttons, Child's Buttons, Shirt Buttons, Shirt Stud, Gold Pen, Charm, HERE L. Stick Pin, Gold Ring, STAY. SetBing, Hair Pin, Established mb'?' . 1 RQ9 Ear Rlfl9S- Wm. Rogers Quadruple-Plated spoons, Knives and Forks, You can find them at . . . ?rv i itii r K Jl I ll I V III O THE RELIABLE JEWELER. he socds that I ttC. D. Zook is in Fairfax. Miss Elsie Gelvin, ia visiting with friends id Oakville, Pennsylvania. T Will Oorry will farm a part of the D; Ward King land tho coming season. Mrs. 6. W. Cumming Jinn ratnrnnH from her visit with Mound City friends, f Howard Tenre, of Forest City, is right ib it, when it comes to selling gro ceries, canned goods, confections, etc.. or serving a luncn. Don't take our word for this, but go and see for yourself. Oren t Meyer, of New Point, are daily receiving new goods in all lines, and Ib order to secure your trade are making greater inducements than erer. Go acta see them for bargains in all lines.. lost. A fine plush Inn robe Blnck on one aide and red on the other with a figured design. Robe was lost on Christ mas night, within three miles of Oregon. either east or north. Finder will leave at this pmce and receive suitable reward. ,1 GeOKUE Z.XCHMAJf. Raffles have been "the order of tha davn forth past week. It is not safe for a Van to atop on the street or he vill.be"bssiged by a dozen or two who To-Ut! Do not fail to go to the Court House to right, Dec. 28, and hear what the committee has to say in regard to the Motor Line between Oregon and Forest City. The gentlemen who want to put it in will be tuere and will have some thing to say that will interest all. That the line will be built is almost nn assur ed fact, and it is the duty of every citi zen to turn oat and aid the project every way possible. will want hue to "taken chance." 3f Hi iff sell are i only means of self-preservation 19 for every person to s'.art a rafflo for them selves.' C.P. Kingsbury, of St. Joseph, was in Oregon for a couple of davs Inst week and set up our new improved Cottrell i .vins cylinder press. r. Kingsbury is one 01 me oiaest printers and pressman in hi. wosepo, and is acknowledged by all to be ono of-the best and most nracti- cat prateman in the northwest. Here e your chance if you want to shoot. On Tuesday Jan.l.lffi,I will have a shooting match at Dennis Reynold's farm, two miles north of Forest Citv. There 'will be two beeves turkeys, geese and docks. Everybody invited. Ten o'clock, a. m., sharp. W.J. RhTSOLDS. A Call For Help. The neonle of Holt county have been hichly favored the past season, while many of the people of Western Nebraa ka and Kanras are absolutely suffering for want of the necessaries of lite, by rennnn mT th dniuth. and wa bona and The ! believe that the people of Oregon and vicinity 'will respond liberally, as they have i;i the past, in contributing in the way of provisions and clothing. The railroads have graciously offered to pro vide free transportation for all that may be contributed. Those living in Orecon jaud vicinity will please deliver their contributions at the wareroom or Kreek Itros., on Saturday, Dec 29tb and Janu ary Oth. 189.). Don't wait to be called Gram should be delivered in guaranteed as represented xS-SSSSEi, SS Work Bound For moor fe Seeman's We Must Have Money. In order to settle our accounts new due, we request thoso in debt to us to rail and tettle by Jan. 1, 1895. This moans all who art in ilehL to us. If ivn J did not need the money we would not ! ask you for it. J. Watson & Co. To get my Holidays supplies. Why it is simply astonishing how cheap they are sell ing Groceries, Queensware. Glassware. Tropical Fruits, etc. They have just received 5.0G0 pounds of the fin est Candies ever brough' to Holt county and will not be under sold by any one. Special prices made to Sunday Schools and Christmas Entertainments. Get their prices on Queensware, odd pieces of Chinaware, Water Sets ard Chamber Sets. Yours for Low Prices, MOORE & : SEEMAN. : Oreen : Missouri. 1 (THE GREATEST SHOW!) Not a Comedy Company, but a good show of Hardware can he seen at our store, abundance of gods suitable for presents. Razors, Churns, Shears, Scissors, Boy's Axes, Oil Heaters, Boy's Skates, Carving Sets, Child'sTrays, Silver Knives, Table Cutlery, Silver Spoons, Ladies Skates, Pocket Knives, Carpet Sweepers, Sewing Machines, Clothes Wringers, Nickel Tea Kettles, Child's Knives & Forks Etc., and lots of othor Useful Household Goods. 'v T. L Price, hardware, Oregon, Missouri. s We will not carry over any Heating Stoves if low prices will sell them. Now is your time to buy a Heating Stove for a little money. Ask to see our ANTI-RUSTING Tinware. RIGHT IN THE PUSH! We are always in the push with line of General Merchandise in the County all of the time. and the variety to sell from. "W. 3VE. IR-AJNTKaSNT, Dealer in General Merchandise JPRBES, . . . .. , MISSOURI. Call sit T. L. Prico's for a kitchen safe. New fence posts for sale at William Rostock's. Sterling silver match safes at Fieg enbauiu's. See Moore Si StHiruau's candies be for you buy. - Money invested 111 a Kitchen Cabi net is well 6peut. See Zook's City Photos Enlarge- uifinU and picture frames, Fresh oysters in bulk, nnd choice celery at Moore fc Secman'e. For White Pine Couch Sirup. 20 to John Philbrick's drug store. Fine lap rabes and horse blankets ML 11. OCIlWKIt s. i Take your old Hen and Tom Tur keys to L. P. Sentney, Forest City. Remember Dr. Aiken makes 11 spe cially of diseases of wouieuand children. A farm for sale, four miles from town. Call on or address: J. W. Kreider. For Sale: A good Jersey bull. Call on or address, Orrick Kreck, Ore gon, Mo. See those line heating stovcs.'Scliulte Hrop., are dosing out at j'.).7"j, before you buy. For nice goods, low prices nnd just what you need, go to Orec. &. Meyer. New Point. Grandma Barney Kunkel will spend the winter with her daughter, Airs. Frank Loucks, near Mound City. Oren & Meyer, of New Point, want your trade, and in order to secure it are tuaKing pnoes lower than ever before. -Motor lino meeting at the court house Friday evening, Dec. '28, 1801. The citizens are requested to turn out. C. O. Proud will, in a couple of weeks, show you a tine line of wall pa per. Ho sells the faaious Tobaccouet and Principes cigars. G. H. Price, the coal oil man, will deliver and take orders for coal oil nnd gasoline in the city, ou Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday of each week. II. C. Schmidt is getting in another oar load of thow celebrated Peter Schut tler wagons, this week. This is the third car load he has received this season. Remember the place to have your watches, clocks, and jewelry repaired is at Davis & 11 tinker's, They guarantee their work to give perfect satisfaction. - -For the lowest prices on Holidays candies, nuts, etc., see fainter & Islooni- er. Now Point. They are also makisg special low rates ou all lines tf merch andise for cash. We want to ouit the jewelry trade. and will sell you ladies'and gents watch es, rings and nil kinds of jewelry, cheap er than any one will sell the same class of goods. T, S. Hiude. When you want a first-class auc tioneer to cry your sales, secure the ser vices of W. V. Price, of New Point. His charges are very reasonable and ho guarantees satisfaction. Amos Lentz, of New Point, has a steam feed mill in operation at New Pout, and is prepared to grind feed for all who will call upon him ou Monday and Saturday of each week. R. W. Thomas, veterinary surgeon, ate of the Chicago Veterinarian collece, is now located in Mound City, and has his office at McRoberts & Go's drug store. He will answer all calls, day or night. Prompt attention given all calls by mail or telegram. We have arrived at the conclusion that the CASH SYSTEM is tho correct and only successful way to do business. On and after January 1, 1895, wo will adopt this system, and in order to do this we must collect iu all outstanding accounts between now and January first All knowing themselves indebted to us are requested to come forward and SET TLE AT ONCE. By adopting the cash system it will not only be better for vs but also for our customers, as we can make prices much lower than we have ever been able to heretofore make. Oren & Meyk.k, New Point, Mo. The store building occupied by Wil liam Crawford, at Fortescue, with a stock of general merchandise and also the poatoflice, was entirely destroyed by fire last Thursday night, Dec. 21), 1894. The entire contents were also destroyed, not a thing being saved. The origin of the tire is not known, and is supposed to be incendiary ,as there had not been any lire in the building since morning. Mr. Crawford carried a large 6tock of goods or your money refunded. I also do fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing. All goods sold Engraved Free, Satisfaction Guaranteed. upon, sacks. Andrew Kreek, J. R. Co U.I KB, D. W. Tiicma, Com. Mew Year's Kv Entertainment. The Presbyterian Sabbath school will give an entertainment on New Year's Eve at the Presbyterian church, which will consist of a nice song service and recitations appropriate to the occasion They intended publishing a progrora but it would be too lengthy to give in detail. Come and enjoy this service you good. a nice Xinas tree handsamely decorated and lighted and laden with presents for the borders by Mrs. Zook and bv them to her.' Also several othnro tnnlr nnrt and nut on presents for friends. Many with the children, it will do ... .. . - t . - 01 ine presents were non and very ap- pnate. A pleasant evening was spent Selection packages of Dia- tuKeinoa cneor WM ,he order or mond Jewelry Sent for On Ap- Judgeaoodpasture.ofMBitlandsuf- plication. Yours for First-class Goods, W.E.Fiegenbaum See program of educntional meeting to be held iu Forest City, Jan. 10. 181)5. Solid silver thimbles at Fiegeu oauiu s engraved tree. If yun do not get a Kitchen Cabinet you will always rsgret it. Buy your wife a Christmas present. Buy her u Kitchen C.ibiuet. A new line of candy received at T. b. lliudes; especially for IIo.d:-yri do to John Plnlbrick s drug stcre for the sure euro Wir J?- " jjiup. New holicny goods at T. S. .Hinde's, different from any ever otiercd tor sale iu Holt county. AH goodn guaranteed as represent ed at Davis A Bunker's Jewelry Store or money refunded. A few gocd farms for sale in An drew county very cheap. Write Boolier & Williams Savannah Mo. Proud wjll refund your monpy if hi6 (J. S. dehorning lluid fails or a Tobacco uet does not give satisfaction. J havo a go-d work mule and horse will sell very cheap on time rtr cash. II. C. Schmidt. The very best wagous made; good, hone6t buggies; as good harness as there is made, always ou baud at H. C. Schmidt's. The latest designs and patterns in wall paper can be round at J. u. I nil brick's drug store. Ail uew and the lowest prices. llunter A: Hlrxmier, aow Point, nro milking prices away down for cash on all tinea of general merchandise. Go and see them. T. n. itinde has tho raofct unique, and tasty line ot toys, in Holt county. No small trash, but everything useful and ornamental. For dry goods, groceries, boots and 6hoes, hardware, quonswarp,etc, go the reliable and low price bouse ot Oren & Meyer, New Point. G. II. Price, the coal oil man, will deliver and take orders for coal oil nnd gasoline in the city, on Tuen!ay, Thurs day and Saturday of each week. Oysters. livorwurst, weinerwurst, heatLclieeze, cheese, bologna, coffee, etc. Hot ami cold lunches at all hours, at MolterV, eaot eido of public square. It. F. Weaver, of Forbes township, has sold his farm, near Forbes, to J. It. Milne, for 8I8.10. Mr. Weaver will leave in n short time for an extended trip to bis old home in West Virginia. The Free Methodists have just com pleted a handsome house of worship, in the Kimsey neighborhood; north of For est City. The contractor win Mr. Hunt, and the lumber was furnished by James R. Wilson, of Forest City. D. A. Wallace, living five mills south of Mound City, was in town "last Wed nesday. Dave reorts a social dance at his house Christmas night. About fif ty couples were present, and an enjoy able time had uy all present. Messrs. Jordan and Wood ring.of St. Joseph, were here last week, and will probably put in a bid with our city council for the sinking of n large well, whose enpacity will sufficient to furnish the city and its patroas with abundant water. Pete Gailbrnith, of Forest City, is enthusiastically in favor of tho motor line between this city and Forest City, and if it is constructed, has spoken for a special wite to be run into his residence, oonneoting him directly with the power bouse. With the coming of the New Year. Messrs Penny & Baker will engage in the manufacture of cigars in our city, in the rooms overT. I. Prico'e hardware store .These gentlemen are practical oigar makers, nnd promise our business men who handle cigars nn honest full stock, hand made cigar that will compare favorably with any goods upon the mar ket. They are intent on using only the best grades of the leaf, free from flavor ing only what the pure leaf will furnish. We bespeak for them a liberal patronage. Mary Moore, the little six-year daughter of It I. and Emma Moore, had a miraculous esoape from death last week. She was playing in the road in front of her home, with a number ot other children, when n string of wagons night, ais faim house, four miles north east of town being burned to the ground. It was occupied by his son. Ed. who snqceeded in saying a part of the con tents, from what we can learn the caase ot the tire is rather mysterious, as it originated in a room that was not used and that did not contain anvthing. The loss will be in the neighborhood of 81500. with 8750 insurance. Married, at the home of the bride's parents in St. Joseph. Saturday.Decem bor 15, 1894, Mr. Edward M. Moss to Mise Joie Whitham, Rov. N. R. Pittman performing the ceremony. Mr. Moss is an Oregon boy, nnd recognizes this place as his home, his mother residing here. He is now. however, living in St. Jnsenh. being employed in tte store of Youug- lowusdBd-Krazer. Neds many friends in this city extend to bim nnd his bride many well wishes for their future happi ness an prosperity, Admission, 10 cents. Pay Your City Taxes. All tax payers of the City ot Oregou, Ho, are notified that their current tax es are now due and should be paid on or before January 1, lb'Jn, to save pen alty and costs. Call and settle at once at my otliue at Prey's butcher shop. LIN CARROLL, City Collector. We are in receipt of a letter from George W. Harper,who is now a resident of Quitman, this Btate, asking us to change the address of his paper from New Point, to tho above named city. From the business card enclosed, we see that he is the proprietor of a livery sta ble in that city. George is well known in this county and has hosts of friends here who join with The Sentinel in wishing him success in his new home. C Mr. Sherman Stultz, aged about 31 years, died at the home ot h'.a parents, Jacob Stultz nnd wife, near Maitland, Saturday. Dec 22. 1894. He had been sick only a abort time, the cause of bis death being stricture of the bowels. We want to sec you before you buy your Fall and Winter Goods. We can and will save you money. Our stock is large and well selected and will be sold at prices to suit the HARD TIMES. If-You Want Blankets We have them lots of them, and at prices as low as they can be sold anywhere. If You Want Shoes We can sell you Children's Shoes from 40c up. Ladies' Shoes fiom $1.00 up. Men's Shoes from $1.00 up a large stock and the latest shapes. If You Want Flannels and Yarns we will show you the nicest lines and the largest stock in the city to select from at the lowest prices. Ladies Wraps. If you want a Ladies' Wrap, we have the handsomest line of Capes and Jackets in the city. We have just received the largest line ever brought to the city. All fresh and new and the very latest styles. If You Want Anything Is the line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Etc., be sure and get our prices before buying elsewhere. Yours for Trade, Woodlands v.:.-Hotel Block, G. W. CUMMINS, Oregon. Missouri. fiust the running gears) passed along. and only had 31000 insurance, which will ) and just like children, they all climbed not cover his loss by about Si.tOO. The building was the property of Mr. Jacob Book and was not insured. Jake is talk ing ot rebuilding at once. The boys have the sympathy of many in their mis fortune, and we only hope that they will soon start up again. or hung nn to the wagons. Alary ay some means, lost her hold and fell under one of the wheels, which passed right over her stomach and abdomen. For. tunatoly, however, ebe was not seriotisly injured and is now as well and hearty as oyer. My, Bragg & Donovan, ZCsTEW POIlsTT, IMIO- Having bought the Stock of Drugs of N. L. Pierce & Co we are prepared to give you the BED-ROCK prices on anything in our line. We are overstocked and must see. We also have a fine seection of Holiday Goods, Fine Candies, Etc. Give us a call, no matter hew small you purchase, your trade will be appreciated. Kelly, Bragg & Donovan A tine sow, and six pigs, five weeks old for sale by lien Harris. L. P. Sentney wants all your fat geese, ducks and chickens. Uuy the capital household conven ience, the Kitchen Cabinet. A new line of candy received at T. S. Hinde's; especially for Holidays. Five to fifty cents will be saved on a whip, by buying of H. C. Schmidt. The Kitchen Cabinet keeps every thing clean and prevents waste. Ituy one. For your holiday goods candies, nuts, etc., goto Painter & Bloomer, New Point. Go and see that nice line of silver ware at Davis & Bunker's and get their prices. Select your Holiday presents earlj at Fiegenbaura's. Fresh nuts of all kinds,-Figs, dates, oranges, lemons and bananas, at Moure & .Seeman's. At T. 8. Hinde's is the place to buy Holiday goods, as well as drags. Here's where you gtt new goods. Proud offers a Tabaeoonetor a Prin-I cipes to all customers who nav their ac counts uuring the month or January, T. S." Hinde. the leader in Hcliday goods, has just received the nobbiest. neatest, newest noyeiitiea erer ottered in Oregon . For pure drum and DroraDt atten tion, go to John C. Philbrictt's drug store. rescript ton work accurately aad promptly auenueu 10. Bessie, the little six-Tear olddanh tor of J. C. Meyer and wife, who has been very sick with neuralcia of tha race for several days, is now much bet ter. An interesting Droeram haa bam prepared for the educational meeting wnicn convenes in Forest Citr. Sat uruay.uan. xv. iO'JJ. see nrosram in another column. Attend the motor line? meetmir at the court house Friday evening, at which time propositions will be sub nutted to our neonle for buildimr a lina between Oregon and Forest City. Quite a cbanire in the weather ar rived here the day after Chriitmas. and on Thursday morning of this week, the murcury. according to the Old Reliable Captain Kaucher, registered two degrees oeiow zero. Mre. Dr. Green received a novel Christmas gift from the Doctor's brother. who is on one of Uncle Sam s vessels, off me coast or Ueoreia. The oreeeot con sisted of a genuine alligator's foot, tann ed and made into a parse: by the same man and from the same donor cams a small alligator, stuffed, and mounted for Uaby Ureen to play with. C. O. Proud is (smoke) now recrnr- ng (the) a brand new (Tnbacconeti stock of wall paper, (smoke) being the (the) hrst he (Princines) has ever han dled. The styles (smoke) are nil for (To bacconet) 1893 and (and) selected by (Principes) a professional (The Principes) paper (is a 10 cent) hanger (cigar) and are (sold) all of (for 5 cents) the most oeauiii ji patterns. 'Squire 8tacer. of Maitland. was ib ai. josepn, last week, for medical treat men l. tie has beeo suaTenna from neu ralgia of the face for several wa4ka,thia being bis first time out ot the house for. nroaisary ocifareng cab ub cured a por tion ot the jaw-bone, which is diseased, will have to be removed. The operation will probably be performed thie week. and we trust will effect a permanent cure. Mrs. Stacey is just recovering from a prolonged sickness of several weeks' duration. John and Elma Jones mourn the denth of their little infant son. Clarence, is death occurring at their home in this city last Wednesday morning, Dec- 26, lolH. at 11 o'clock. The child bad been sick for several weeks with a complica tion of diseases, and at times suffered terribly. He was a bright little fellow. and will be sadly missed. 1 he family have the sympathy ef a large circle of relatives and friends in their sad hour of affliction. The funeral was conducted from the family residence at 2:30 p. m Thursday, and ;.-as in charge of Elder Alcr Jirland, of the Christian church, It is with sorrow that we announce the destb of one of the oldest, most high ly esteemed and respected citizens, of the county, Mr. Daniel V. Evans, of Forbes township, his deatb occunng at the family residence in the Pierce school district, Wednesday. Dec. 2G, 18W. at 9 o clock a. m. Mr. hvana had not been well for a longtime, and for the past few months, bad hardly been nble to leave his room. His disease was lung trouble. but the real cause ot his death was con- gastion of the liver. As we stated, he was one of the oldest citizens of the county, having located in this county about 1850. We hope to be able to give a full and complete biography and obi tuary notice of the deceased in our neit issue. The Forest City Milling Co. are ship ping flour by the carloads every week to all jarts of the world, and are building up a trade ai d reputation second to none in the country. On last Saturday night a shipment was made (by wagon) from the mill that the proprietors failed to learn the name or names or the parly or parties to whom it was shipped, as it was taken during the nigm when they ware not present. The way it happened whs that the mill was broken into and thirty sacks were taken and loaded into a wagon. The wagon followed for some distance,when they turoed.comiug back over the same road into town again. where all trace was lost, as it was im possible to follow them. The company can consider this a Christmas gift tathe poor, and remember that "the JUord loves a cheerful giver(?)" William Rowland, one of the oldest settlers and highly respected farmers of itiokory township, died at his tale home near New Point, last Saturday morning, Dec L lSUJ.about of heart trouble. Although troubled with his heart for some time be had no sickness prior toi his death hnd arisen as usual and fell dead almost instantly while dressing, preparatory to starting the morning Are. He was born in Virginia in 1818, which would make him 7G years of age. Had been a member of the M.K. church. The funeral services were conducted from the Fairview church Monday. Dec, 21, at 11 a. m. by Rev. Jones.of Fillmore. We will publish com plete obituary next week. The bereaved family desire to return their sincere thanks to their friendii who so kiadly as6ist-d them in their hour of distress. Arth Russell returned last Friday from New Mexico, where he bought land. He will go back this week and put up a temporary house to move his family into, and will remove to that country with his family to make their future home there, just as soon as he can settle up his business affairs here, so we are informed. This is a surprise to us. and no cToubt will be to many oth era, as we had never heard a word thak he had any intention of leaving this county, and especially the fine farm that he owns. Well, if it must be. it must. There is one thing certain his departure will beeircere'y regretted by everyone with whom he waa acquainted, for he is j one of our beet and most highly rrspect-! ed citixens. and numbered his friends by the score. That he and his family will prosper and enjoy all ot the bless ings of this life in theii new home, is the wUh of all- Holiday Goods. I Nets. , Icandy. Fruits. : & $m ZaciiniaD Groceries. . We have the best line of the above goods in Holt County Prices, lowest ever heard of before. Gail and examine and be convinced, Resp., Kneale & Zachman. OBEOON, . . . MO. Robert Montgomery- is in Ka City, this waek. D. P. Dobyns, the Senior, hsi bees confined to his bail for the past week. If you wish to sbow your wifa that you really spareciat bar, buy bar Kitohaa Cmbiast Fias bauaa haw thai xaost comolete line ot vaaabaa ia SaR oeuaty. No trouble to allow Mods. At T. 8. Maria's is tha dace la bay holiday goods, aa well as drugs. Here' hare you get saw goods. Go to Davis 3t Banker and haaa yoar eyes tested and gel a pair ot speo- utcioa umi win uu jou aonie goo. -The Kitchen Cabinet is a house hold treasure, and is fast oecoaiiBC a household word 10 this vicinity. T. 8. Hinde. the leader ia Holiday goods, has just received the aobbiest," neatest, newest novelities erer offered in Uregoa. If yon want bargaias ia. Wajea.su uss. hate, caps, dress meaaaajjrf ladieaT furnishings, see Paiater Blooeaer, New Point. For case tsey are main eg. very low prices. The series of musts bald at Bare- low by Joe Joaes were brought to s close on Monday eight ot last week. There were thirty-two accessions to tha Christian church. The Kitchen Cabinet is ecmaoseeT of eighteen tools, bias and receptae'ee which, if bought separately, would cost much more, fill the Bitches aad be ua handy aad in the way. On our inside eacea will be toned' a very pleasing little Cbrietaaas storrrroaa the pen of Rev. H. J. IjaToor. who haa many fneads ia this aowaty that truth glad to near from hna. The sermon at the Preabyteriab nlinijth-nn Sabbath mormM- ill-, dial wetootae te extended to how bmM ing and night services. Mrs. Bays, of Maitland. wife of Rev. I lays, pastor of the U. K. church. wiM leave with her children, this week, fer a two months' visit with relatives aad friends in Concordia, Kas. The series ot meetraga at the Lin coln school bouse were brought to a close 00 Wednesday evening of last week: Rev. Bays conducted the meetings, aad several additions are reported. Mr. John Horneeker and wife, ot New Point, will leave in a few days for an extended visit to their old bone ia Germany. We wish them a pleasant journey and safe return home. The name ot the Holt county teach ers institute has been changed to educa tional meeting, program ot which ia published in this weeks issue. The tiate and place ia Forest City, Jan. 19.J1895. Mrs. Tillie Shutts entertained a large number of ladies at dinner, Thurs day of lost week, in honor ot her niece. Mrs. Jennie uooper, or tivanatoo, jiu., who haa been visiting here for the past two weeks. F. H. Rowley & Co. will be in For est City, at Weber &. Burgess' store, Fri day. Saturday and Monday. Dec. 28, zv. and .11, 1891, and will pay you the high est cash market price for all poultry brought tonnes). Moore fc Seeman, the grocers, will on and after January 1st, 19U.", render statements otall accounts the Hrat ot each month, and treat tbeir customers will pay sameJis they are- seuietf grocer- cies on too close a margin to wait longer. Remember the big shooting match at Dennis Reynold's farm, two miles north of Forest City, at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, Jan. 1, 18U5.. A big time atom ised all who attend. Two oeevee, lots - ot turkeys, ducks and .geese will be put up. John Jones and wife desire to re turn their sincere thanks te the many kind friends and neighbors, who so kindly rendered them every sssMrtaeee and aid ia their recent afn ctioa, the sickness and deatb of their little soa, Clarence. Holiday Rates 1KH-9G. The Bur- lington Route will sell round trip tickets between all points within 200 miles oa Tie nlr 21th. i'5:h and 3K 18lM.aad January 1st, 1895, at one aad ot.e-'bird fare, limited for return to and including ' January 2d 1895. Vine Hovey. Thn following letters remain uncal led for at the postoffice at Oregon. Mo., for week ending, Dec-26, 18M. Please say "advertised" when asking for tbse? Frank Uradshaw. Mm. uasia uivbd, j Ii. Lawery, Mrs. Blanche Manaering.J. M. Mannering. Max Man hei at, Robert Prophet. IlEtKT Sirens, F. m. Ray. Bays, of Maitland, closed? very successful meeting at Lincoln school house on the 19th inst. The meet ing resulted in twenty-three additions to the U. B. Church, thus making a strong membership there. He apeak in glowing terms of the treatment accorc ed him by the people ot that community. The members of the cote red Baptist Sunday school of this city, will e fc. George Washington festival at tber church New Vear'a night. An interest ing program haa been arranged, consist ing of dialogues, recitations, songs, etc Choice refreshments will also be served. A small admission fee or 10 cents will be charged at the door. CALL AND SETTLE Having de cided to adopt the cash system Jan. 1. 1895, all those indebted to us are re quested to come forward and settle AT ONCE without further delay. Weuieaa iust what we say, aad want all accouaU settled upatouee. Obkh & Marie. New Point, Mb.