Another old Holt county jionter hasj
Ipft us in the person of Daniel V. Evans,!
who tlieil on his home farm near this !
city, on Dot-em Iter 25. 1S04. Tim k- j
ceased was born near (Ireencastle, In- j
iliana. March 17, 1&1', anil hence, hail at-!
tained the aire of Till years at the time of !
his death. Ho canio to the. Platte l'ur-
chaee, sottiin-; in Platto City, in 1810,
and moyed from there to this county, in
1S.VI, Fettling in Forties town&hip and
upon the farm on which lie died. iJurmjj
the last feiv years of his life ho had been
a ureat sufferer from chronic bronchitis,
uut bore his physical 6utferinK3 with
Christian fortitude. Ho was never mar
ried but had with his brother, .S. W.
Evans, mado tlieir homes together. Ho
was a kiiKl.oljIiL'iijL' neighbor, and excel
lent citizen, and during our national:
troubles was a strong unconirromizing
union man. and tcrved in the Missonri '
Militia. He was universally esteemed ,
liy all who knew him. His funeral ser
vices were conducted on December 27,
1KU, by Key. M. 1!. Smith, psibtor trf tho
M. E. church of this city, after which
thelremains wore laid to rest in ths E!ni
The Motor Line
Till: YEAR'S ICKCOKD.
Thomas A. Ferguson, who for a num
ler of years has lived in our community,
died on December 2.1th, 1691. aged 12
years. Uncle Thomas; was taken down
jui 10 suddenly with pneumonia, and his
advanced years, rendered tiiin unable to
light long against such a stubborn dis-
, ease. He was a good peaceable, citizen,
and was over industrious, hervicoa were
conducted from the family residence, by
Elder McFarland of the Christian
church, the remains being laid to rest in
Maple Grove cemetery.
Miss Rosa Goin is learning teleg
raph. This is tine winter weather, but it is
hard on wheat. AVo need rain or
snow, or theso dry freczo will Eoon ruin
Our school is progressing finely, un
der tbo management of Miss Dollie
Kersie. She has proved herself to bo
a number one teacher.
Wo had one of the finest Christmas
trees in the county, but there was such
a vast throng of people crowded in they
-were unable to carry out ttie program
Jerry Hopper, teaching at Iturr
Oak gave his scholars a vacation and
mysteriously disappeared. He return
ed, after being missing a week, with a
wife. He had been all the way to Xess
City, Kans., after her.
Mr. E. C. Watts has just returned
from a five weeks' visit to frends at Vin
cennesjnd. He reports a pleasant time
having met many relation and acquain
tances and old army comrades that, ho
had not seen for may years,
Ex-Judge, A. W. Van Camp, and
W. It. Hopper nro feeding cattle and
hoge in partnership. They have 90
head of cattlo and 200 head of hogs.
Their hogs aro all right yet. Quito a
r umber in this section, however are
dying with the cholera. Caleb Goin
has lost all of his about 50 head. John
II. Lynds is feeding cattlo about all of
kis hogs are dead.
James. M. Goin, son of Caleb Goin
was maried to Miss Eya Diviey at the
homo of the brides'e parents, Dec. 2.'!,
1894,by Squire C. J. Hepper. He at
once commenced to go to house keeping
and refitted a house on Mr. Thomas
Cottier's place. Had purchased his
furniture and placed it in tho house,
intending to more in Jan. 1, 1S95. On
Saturday morning, Dec. 29, 1S94, at five
o'clock, the house was burned with
everything in it. It is not known how
tho tire starled.but it is thought by some
that it might have been incendiary.
Ijon Kirkland left for Jamesport
Al Brumbaugh, of Mound City.was in
our town Tuesday.
Tony Schmutto was in the country
on business Tuesday.
The school house is seriously think
ing of having a few photos taken.
School begun Tuesday with renow
ed vigor, after enjoying a ten days' vaca
tion. Did you swear off? Wo did not for
our folks are very much opposed to
Everybody and his cousins are- hav
ing pictures taken whilo the Photo Car
is in our town.
In the suit before Justice Smith
Monday Bungenstock was given judg
ment against Arbuthnot.
How about this town for parties?
Only four one night this week. Poor
night for parties, too.
Miss Minnie Roselius was the guest
of Miss Bertha Christen and other
friends the first of the week.
Misses Burlington, Leibert and War
nica of Rdckport wero visiting friends
in our town the first of the week.
Peto Thull is now busy preparing
the lunilxir for Henry Allen's fino non
residence is the east part of town.
Yo correspondent was sick last week,
hence our absence from tho columns of
The Sentinel. Wo won't be sick ogain
if we have our say.
Prof. Pearson, andsistor, MissXora,
returned Saturday from their vacation
visit at Stanberry and other points, and
report a pleasant time.
Geo. Znnkers was visiting in our
town ttie first of tho week. Think he
likes to visit in Corning quite well from
some unaccountablo reason.
A number from our town contem
plate attending the public installation of
tho otlicers or tho J. U. U. r . ana Ko
bekkah's at Craig Saturday eve.
Died. Jan. 1st 18DT, nt his resiJenco
north of town, Mr. Chris Holdeiman. He
has suffered for sometime from cancer of
the stomach, which was tho cause of his
Tho Pupils of Prof. Pearson's room
now havo a now tablo for books and
papers, and some tino largo pictures,
which wero realized from tho entertain
ment tho 22nd, inst.
Elder Dunning spent last Monday
in St. Joseph.
Mrs. Joseph Hoblitzell ivent to St.
Joseph last Monday to visit her mother.
Dr. Hall, accompanied by his wife
nnd children, went to Mound City last
Dr. H. B. Maxwell and John Fields
have traded business, tho Dr. going into
tho drug store and Field, into tho lum
Mrs. Adrian Pinkston. of Skidmore,
accompanied by her sister, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pink
ston, last Tuesday.
Harvo Bainum, formerly station
agent at this place, but now of Mary
ville, was interviewing his many friends
hero last Monday.
'Squire Stacey and wifo went to St.
Joseph last Monday. Tho Squire had
an operation performed on his face by
Dr. Carpenter, who removed considera
ble dead bono from the right jaw bono.
At present writing his faco is considera
bly Bwoolen, but ho is not suffering as
much pain as ho did previous to ttie
The hardware store of F. K. Allen,
and the general merchandise store of
Uiffe & Ford, cf Craig, wero burglarized
on Saturday night of last week.
Painter & Bloomer, Now Point, are
making prices away down for cash on
all lines of general merchandise. Go
nnd see them.
Mrs Emma Glascock.or.Oneida.Kan
sat, ia visiting with her mother, Mrs.
Gray, and other relatives, near this city.
Interesting Items Gleaned From
Our Files For the Year.
is almost an established fact,
but that Howard Teare is estab
lished in the grocery business
at Forest City, is a fact. Hu
carries n full line of Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods,
Candies, Nuts, Eta, All Fresh,
Nice and Clean. A Fine Lunch,
hot or cold, served at all hours.
Go and seo him for bargains at
FOREST CITY, MISSOURI.
Styles ill Furniture
It costs no more to Secure
Attractive Styles in House
hold Adornments and
Than to accept old-fashioned
and antiquated wares.
DENNY & SCHLOTZHAUER
Are fitted with new. modern
styles, reliable in make, in
WINDOW SHADES, Etc.
The most Complete Line of
In Northwest Missouri.
DENNY & SCHLOTZHAUER, Oregon, Mo.
Are receiving large in
voices of cheap Boards and
Shingles suitable for sheds
and cheap Buildings. Come
in and see how cheap we
will sell vou Red Cedar
shingles and all other
It is our privilego to again bring und
er your notice the now well known
Nickerson's Patent Bolt
Shears and Scissors.
Nothing on the Manufacturer's
loft nnrlnnn in render them
worthy of a great namo, and no expense
has been spared in maKing ineni mo
tlioir Patent Holt will last.
give bettor satisfaction and keep the
Shear sharp and in good condition long
er than any Shear on the market. Ev
ery Shear full nickled and fully war
ranted. Full assortment always on
hand; also left hand shears.
Stella Slaxvson is visiting at James
The ball was a success, all enjoying
J. W. Morris spent Christmas with
folks at home.
Clato Everson, of St. Joe, is visiting
here, this week.
Delia Weber spent Sunday wii.li rel
atives in Oregon.
J. M. St. John, of Couucil liluffe.
was in town a few days last week.
Mrs. John France, Jr., is visiting
with her parents north of St. Joe.
Harry Jenne. of Falls City, and Miss
Norton, of Humbolt, Neb., are visiting
the Miss Wylies, this week.
V. C. Flinn and wife wero called
to Quitman to the bedside of Mrs. Flinn'e
sister, who is not expected to live.
There are seven or eight now houses
being built here, and talk of tlireo or
four more, if this mild weather contin
Roach & Mitchel are building a
large house to hold 150 tons of ice. They
intend to deliver to families tho coming
Ideal Mandolin Concert Co., will
give an entertainment this Friday eve
ning at Quick's hall for benetit of the
Woodmen of the World.
Camp No. 01, W. O. W. nt their last
meeting elected tho following officers:
H. I. I'errin,council commander; IJ. L.
Nickels, advisor lieutenant; J, It. Wilson,
bankor; A. G. Weber, escort; Leo Do
voras, watchman; Nev. Ihckson, sentry.
Leo Dovorss, Sam Huiatt, managers.
There wero also live new applications
for membership. C. O. Meakaix.
Miss Delia Weber, oi Forest City,
was the guest of Miss Anna Hoecker
John Lentz returned from St. Joe
Saturday, attor being absent about a
Everything quietjsince the holidays;
in fact, they wasn't very rushing during
Mrs. J. It. Coffin and daughters and
Miss Cora Cowan went to Tnrkio Mon
day to be absent about ten weeks.
Tho dedicatory services of the Chris
tian church were well attended last Sab
bath, conducted by Rev. Connor of Fill
more. - ,
Mrs. Lydia Webster and sister, Mol
lie, of Oregon attended tho dedication
services Sunday, also R. C. Ilenton and
wife and Mrs. James Carroll and son.
Preaching at tho Christian church
this week by Rev. Connor ncd others.
Preaching at Presbyterian church, both
morning and evening, on Sunday next,
Farm For Sale.
Mv farm of 120 acres lif miles north
of Forbes 2a acres in orchard; good
water etc. All and nddress.
II. F. Gums.
(Elm Grove P. O.) Forbes, Mo.
Hens, Roosters, Ms, Geese anil
For which wo will pay in cash:
So turkeys uriyliliis Ipstliun a iwiimtN wauled
rist'iins nut wanti'it.
Snrlni' Iliii-kfii4. nrr lnuiiil. Sot
Turkeys, jkt mtinj tup market irlrt'
liein. ht iimiim
Craw to le emjtv.
lnck. full feallitre.l. it ilur.
i;vm full feathered, kt do.
UimMits ?r d2....
nitrous, !er lnz... ,
Notice this. Sick or Unmarketable
Poultry not Wanted.
To be delivered at tho store of
Weler & Bnrgess, Forest City, Mo.
Friday, Saturday and Monday,
January 18. 1 and to noon
TDon't forget tho date. Don't tie
them. All can get coops that call.
F. II. ROWLEV & CO.
.IAN-IT AH V.
Ileury llarinoii euteretl tlie eiiiinv of J.
Fud. Leaie & l o. succeeded J. .M. Ford
& Co.. at Forest City.
Fred ltrKi.tmejer .sold 43 liead of eight
mouths' old iil't that averaged 'JM pounds,
U-avemvorth hririxe was formally ijened
to the jmlilif.
Circuit court convened.
1M (iiNiilpastutc entertains ;i patty of
Tim new pension board held its first
uieetiut; at Forot City.
Diatli of J. I.. Dixon at Forest City.
W. A. Faulk uas ;;iveu two years in the
penitentiary for stealing the V. A. Coch
The Woman's Union celebrated its 22nd
ltev. Suiitls lii-uauascriesof meetings at
the Fierce school house.
lluruiiiK of the residence of Wade Morris,
aear tills city.
K. X. Ackerinaii anil James Keusou left
for their new home in Louisiana.
Marriage of Fannie Louise KiiiK and
Frank .1. Iteed. at -St. Joseph.
The ice harvest was lc"iin.
TIios. Kueale and John Zacliuian pur
chased the T. S. Iliude .stock of Krocerirs.
Tiiere were 17 Inmates at the poor farm.
Orrlck Krcek and C. Hoblitzell traded
proiierties in the southwest part of towu.
K. C. Smith, or Mound City, was adjudged
insane and scut to the asylum.
Frank Keirfersuld to hogs that welched
1273 Munds-prlce.5 cento.-!-
Fanners were plowing and cleariug their
Destruction of the rendezvous of the "Dirty
1U below Zero.
Eight carloads of walnut logs were ship
ped from Forest City to (JIoskow, Scot
land. Chas. Uriuhaiu fell from train and severe
Jack Hayes suspended from the iensloii
12-inch fall ot snow and a genuine bliz
zard. Dec. 'Nt we had 12-lncll fall;
Mch. "7C, 15 Inch fall.
The comity court reduced the road dis
tricts from 71 to 20.
The little boy of Milt Fierce badly burned
while toying with carbolic acid.
The 71 road overseers drew S3.2Ie.Hl fiom
the county treasury.
Denny & Schlotzhaucr purchased the A.
lterres stock of furniture.
Ed and Fuzz rinkstou purchased C. Hob
litzell lumber yard.
Dr. A. ('.. Young sold his stock of merch
andise toW.M. ltaiikin.
Fred Oil, engineer at Schlotzhauer's mill,
C landers nas reported among the horses
of Judge Wise.
Tlie Forest City lKUtefftce was burglariz
ed; $123 in stamps and 812 In money se
Tlie county meetiuc of the Christian
church was held in Oregon.
W. A. Springer had a public sale.
Freeman I.ibby's big sale.
W. A. Springer sold his farm to Jacob
Freeman f.lbby sold his farm to ('has.
Collector ftrumbnugli made his annual
settlement. Collections on laud nnd ier
sonal tax, $3J,ny.o7.
(Slandered horses belonging to Win. Young
Jk. Wise and David MesI maker were or
l:isliop Esher, of the Kvamjellcal church,
preached in Oregon.
Win. Foster adjudged Insane and taken to
the St. Joseph a?y lum.
Tlie live-) ear old son of Simon Milter dis
located hip In jumping from a liav rack.
Koscwater made a quarter in 3t seconds.
Matt IVicliter accidentally receives a load
of shot in Ids arm while limiting.
1 he Craig iKKtofllce was burglarized and
S30u was the booty.
A three weeks' revival at Forest City re
sulted In ft! conversions.
Jacob IJmpp's store at Forest City was
W. S. (iilioril seriously Injured by a tree
falling upon him. His little sou was also
The home of Jim. A. flail in Minnesota
Valley was destroyed by fire.
Johu Ke nolds' hand badly laceiated by a
horse power corn sheller.
Oregon and Xew Point lodges celebrated
76tli anniversary of the I. O. O. F.
Irvine Ilcndrix bad bis hand badly lacer
ated by tlie accidental discharge of a re
volver. Hurtling of the batn belonging to Mr.
Johnson, near Hie Duncan null. Frank
Curtis had a mule to bum to death in a
Will Zook was sandbagged In Sail Fran
cisco and lost his watcli and Sil.
Dr. J.T. Ilutler disposed of his practice
and residence to Dr. F. M. Crcen.of Craig.
Dr. McC.ibe departed for Queensland,
James Miller accidentally clisohargcs a
revolver the contents entering tlie head of
his 11-yearold daughter, who died from
the effects of the Vhot.
Unsuccessful attempt to burglarize the
sturc .if Mintoii & Co., of Fortescue.
New Point organizes a protective associ
ation. John KyAcr had a mule kilted by lightning.
Heavy frost did much damage to gaideii
John shutts caught in machinery at Itob
Howell's feed null ; clothes badly torn and
came urar losing his life.
Silas liuclier buys au interest in tlie X. F.
Homer Wilkes. C.T. Donovan's fine stal
Minton township created.
Steele & Walker failed.
IClvvarJ and David Kimball drowned In
Itig Tarkio at Fortescue ; aged 1.1 and 18
Horning rf Cos llenstorr.shouse.
Dedication of tlie Catholic Church at Iligc-
Jim Huiatt badly hurt by Lis horse falling
Meat shop of Kdwards & Fry burglarized.
Sam Foster loses 12o head of hogs by
Knealr & Zachman's store in this city
Mary Schlotzhaucr broke her arm by fall
ing from a hammock.
A. T. Sliaiffer, of Fortescue. sand-bagged
at Arago, Neb-, and tiled July It from tlie
Arrest of I- J. Uennttt.nf Mound City, on
charge of forgery.
1 P. Warring lodged in jail for running a
dive on tlie island near Forbes.
Daughter of Allen Woods amputates her
te with a butcher knife.
Is The little 0-year old boy of J. I). Tritt fell
from a liorsoand fractured his aim.
22 Kd Hurt had his collar bone fractured by
being thrown from bis horse.
Kce Harriman. of Maitland, shot and kill
ed by a Mr. Moulton of the same place.
It. O. Cowan made a sale of 133 head of
cattle at $1.15, averaging 1112 pounds.
Mrs. T. S. Itragg.of New Point, fractured
Forest towi.shlp was created out of Ilia
territory known as West Lewis voting pre
Mrs. Jno. Pool, living Miuili ot Maitland.
suicided by taking rough on rats.
John N'oellsch purchased the lhnier
farri of So acre , paying $15,000 for the
I jttle Nora Ueed kicked by a horse In the
I (uy Cummins entered the employ of the
Mound City bank,
to f.invllle Slurry received Astroke of paraly
sis. il Tlie Kepublicans nominated their county
Clias. Cowan returned from Nebraska'
w here he pureliascd no head of feeding
Mr. Creiner was kicked by a I'olts'.lulit
Judge Springer and family left for thtir
new home In West 1'lain.s. Mo.
May Celviu, of Maitland. won the Inter
state gold medal at the contest nt College
Eleven of our apple growers disimse of
their crops for $5,511; an average of $133.7.1
Henry Peret loses his barn by fire; loss,
$.100. Xo insurance.
Alliert illythe severely gored by a mad
G. W. Mouldeu acquitted for the murder
Geo. Kaucher severely injured in tlie foot.
Father Ilardniaii badly hurt by :t fall
Cland Williams' hand badly lacerated by
the accidental discharge of his gnu.
Master Ceo. Foley fell and broke his arm.
Scarlet fever prevailed.
The Miuton-lliiikle case is decided by Hie
supreme court. Also the case of the Farm
ers' bank vs. Kavauaugh.
A large amount of railroad fence Jis de
stroyed by Are.
Tlie residence of Kd Coodpastura in Clay
township destroyed by tire.
Tlie store and stock of gooils owned by
Wm. Crawford at Fortescue, destroyed by
KUzey VauUuskirk and wife celebrated
their golden wedding.
Mrs. Tlios. Hill, of Forest City, is thrown
from a wagon and slightly injured.
The first meeting held looking to the e:
tablishmeulof a motor line.
The new Christian church at New Point
The stores of F. K. Allen and Kltfe& Ford
at Craig were burglarized.
The little sou of Eli Stokes at Craig, fell
and broke its arm.
C. F. Bagby at Mound City, arrested for
dealing in oleomargarine.
Arrest of J. T. Parks, W. M. Paiks, James
Ferguson and W. C. Davis charged witii
burglarizing the Forest City mills of
sacks of Hour, stealing and killing a steer
belonging to Jno. Stephenson and steal
lug and killing hogs owned by Itobt
Patterson and stealing a barrel of .sor
ghum from Peter Scip.
Arrest of Harry Kelley and Andy Ity.in
at Omaha for robbing the stores of F. K
Allen and liille & Ford at Craig.
Not One item Reserved in Our Store.
KEAI. ESTATE TltANSKEltS.
lieloiv we give the record of the values In real
estate transfers for the year, as published from
time to time in these columns. Tlie aggregate
reaching the large sum of $752,uJI.
. 1 8,20
On Dec. 20, 21 and 22, tickets will be
sold via the Memphis Route, Kansas
City, Fort Scott & Memphis Ky.,atrate
of one fare to Alabama, Tennessee, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, Florida and the
Southeast generally, limited to 30 days
Between local stations, round-trip
tickets will be sold at one fare on De
cember -1, 21. 'Si and til and January 1,
limited to January 2 for return, except
that no round-trip tickets will bo sold
at less rate than ,'0 cents, and tickets
sold at point north of and including
Lamar and Clinton to Willow Springs
and east will be limited to 20 days for
J. E. Lockwood, G. P. A.
Kansas City. Mo.
'. and Loss
Chambers & Marney
DRY GOODS COMPANY
Special Discount Sale
M kricai Review
nro always found
Tho Right Topics,
By the llignt Men,
At the Right Time.
The North American Iteview Is recognized oil
both sides of the Atlantic as the foremost lie
vlev In tin; Knglish language, and no expen
diture is spared in maintaining it In Uk unrival
The Iteview Is tlie iimuthtdece of the men and
women who know most a!ut the great topics
on which Americans require and desire to be
informed from month to month. Its list orcon
tributors form a roll of the representative men
and women of the age. Subjects that concern
the Intercstt of
receive constant and special attention. Among
topics recently discussed are:
Women Suffrage la Practice. Tlie Kenais
sanceof Women. Women In Politics, The New
Aspect of the Woman question, and The Mod
ern girl, by the author of the Heavenly Twins .
Tlie Future of Marriage. Evil of Earlv .Mar
riages. The Servant Gltl of the Future. The Fi
nancial Impendence of Women. Trades-Unlon
for Women. The Lack of Good Servants, Amer
ican Life nnd I'hvslcal Deterioration, Good and
Had Mothers, Tlie Tyranny of the Kitchen.
The Amateur Nurse. Mark Twain's Defense of
Harriet Shelley, etc, etc.
1 NEW FEATURE FOB 1895
The Review will publish in 12 chapters, be
ginning wttli the January number, the
Personal History of Ue Second Empire.
For Ten Days of our
$100,000 Stock of Dry
Goods, Cloaks and House
January I, 1895.
This we propose making positively the GREATEST SPECIAL
CLEARING- SALE ever inaugurated in this city, for this reason it
throws open to the citizens of St. Joseph and surrounding country
our entire stock of goods which has no equal AS TO VALUES in the
West, at PRICES NEVER NAMED BEFORE on HIGH GRADE Dry
Goods, Cloaks and House Furnishings, and there is to be NO RESER
VATION, for every item, piece and parcel of our present stock goes
into this GRAND DISCOUNT SALE with a PROFIT TO OUR CUSTOM
ERS and loss to us. From the following your wants maybe supplied:
At 12 1-2, 20, 25, 33 1-3, 40 and 50 Per Cent Actual Reductions
From Original Prines
Black and Coolorcd Silks and Velvets.
Black and Colored Wool Goods.
Dress Linings and Furnishings.
Dress Trimmings Braids, Jets, etc.
Cloak and Shawl
Every garment included in this
v ur Capes, Collars and IJoas,
Shawls, Skirts and Macintoshes.
Lace and Chenille Curtins, .
Bed Blankets and Comforts,
Window Shades and materials.
Table Linens and Napkins,
Towelings and lowcls.
Table Spreads and Bed Spreads,
Lace Bed Sets,
Everything in White Goods.
Cloth and Flannel
Cloakings, Plain and Fancy,
Flannels, White and Colored,
Casimeres, for Men's Suits,
Eider Down and Tennir Flannels.
Foreign and Domestic Ginghams,
Percales, Prints and Muslins,
Bleached and Brown Suitings,
Canton Flannels, Shirtings
Table Oil Cloth, Carpet Warp,
Everything in our
Kid and Fabric Gloves,
Silk and Wool Mittens,
Fans and Handkerchiefs,
Laces and Embroideries,
Ribbons and Notions,
Corsets, Aprons, Yarns, etc.
Ladies', Children's and Mens
Underwear and I losiery.
Men's Shirts and Night Robes.
Ladies', Misses and Children's
Muslin Underwear and
It WUl Pay
Every reader of this announce
ment to call during this sale
and learn the prices of Bleached and Brown
Muslins and Sheetings.!
We have enjoyed a MAGNIFICENT BUSINESS during the past
Par bit as we invoice up to the first of February, we have decided
Ic f take to ouroflt nd Joss account MONEY INSTEAD OF GOODS.
For Ws reason WE SHALL REDUCE PRICES on every item m our
entire stSck taring thissale that will make ONE DOLLAR go nearly
as fa? Is two wSfd before this sale. So that prudent buyers can ai
ford to buy goods and lay them away for future iise, if they do not
require them now. Remember, sale commences Tuesday, January 1,
and continues ten days.
We wish to say, you can more than
save the cost of your trip to St. Jo
seph, during this sale, besides having
the advantage of selecting from our large stock.
Prompt Attention Given to Mail Orders
Dry Goods Company
St. Joseph, Missouri.
NOT ONE ITEM RESERVED IN OUR STORE
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