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The Hoit County Sentinel and New York Weekly Tri bune 1 Year for $1.50, or the Inter-Ocean and Senti nel 1 Year for SI. 50. f "2f1 ; is. inn Ma 8 The Sentiml and TwiM. a-Week Glibe Demtcrat 1 Year for S1.75. Sea our club list elsewhere. VOLUME XXX. OREGON. MISSOURI, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1895 NUMBER 39. r3i mm Buggies, Harness, Wagons, Surreys, Work Harness, Wagons, Road Wagons, Buggy Harness, Wagons, Buggies, Hand Made Harness, Schuttler Wagons, Fine Buggies, Good Harness, Newton Wagons, fine Surreys, Reliable Harness, Wagons, Buggies, Whips, Wagons, H. C. Schmidt Dealer in Rcli aoie boons a Reasonable Prices OREGON, MISSOURI. THERE'S ONE THING YOU CAN'T DO EVEN AFTER CHRISTMAS You Can't Live Without Food Perhaps you would like to but that doesn't count so MOORE k SEEMAN Go Right on Selling Groceries That Keep you well by creating an appe tite for more. Go and see them for low prices. MOORE & SEEMAN, Oregon, Missouri. -Spectacles at Fieijeiibuuui's. Xew fence posts for sale at William itostocu e. Have Kennedy was down from .Maitland '1 uesi ny. Dan Martin id seeing the eights of unicago, l n is weeK. See Zook'a City Photos Enlarge menis unu picture rrainen. A few Plymouth R-ck Cockrells for sale. ine6tock. H. C. Schmidt. Come nnd see us for bargains in all lines. J. Watson & Co. Itemember Dr. Aikeu makes a spe ciaLy of diseases of women anil children Rev. Fliokinjjor is cumliiutin a so ncs of meetings at the Xickell's Grove church. Fur first class buggies, harness, anu waijoiis, go to tl. U. hcnmult. Ore gon, Mo. Extra fine home-grown clover mil, at 5.00 per bushel, at T. L-Price's hard ware Siore. fhore will be services at the Hen- ton church next Sunday rooming at the usual nojr. A party dehires to rent ten to thirty acres of laud. Address. I'ostollieo Ilox. illo, Oregon, Mo. Judge Watson has been confined ti his bed for a week nasi. Wo hoio to see hi in out soon. If you want your choice in eood flour try Kneale & Zachman; all Hour warranted as represented. I here will bo no services at the Culp school house nest Sunday, by tha pastor, Rev. M. R. Smith. Mips Stella Comer aud her sister. Mrs. Jennie Stephens, left Wednesday for their homo in Central Citv, Col. Always ready with the latest stvles and best goods in all lines at the lowest prices, is tho motto of J. Watsou & Co Rev. Tobias, presiding elder of the Evangelical church, has been in our county this week in the interest of his church. Planting, spraying and nacking will be the subjects for discussion at the next meeting of tho Holt County Hor ticultural socioly, Mother Revan was called to LaDue. Henry county, last week, by the death of her brother. Her eon. Ste.vart Kcevt p. accompanied her. lis acres or land for sale at a bar gain, oi.e half mile from Oregon. Fine fruit or etock farm. A. W. Ki.no. Oregon. Mo, The Burlington Route, has made a one fare rate from St. Joseph to Hanni bid nnd return. Feb'y 23 and 20. 189" to the Annual Encampment of the Sons ot veterans. When you want a first-class auc tioneer to cry your sales, secure the eer- ices of W. W. Price, of New Point. His charges are very reasonable and he guarantees satisfaction LWdlfant JoorJradtdTliisjfleaiis You WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES That we are selling Cheaper than ever. Bring us your Soup and Butter Beans, Apples. Onions, Onion Sets, SEED POTATOES, Turnips. Lard, Batter and Eggs, but don't forget to bring an order for some of our leaiiaa brands of Flour. We keep Kinikel's, ForestCity. R. T. Davis s 3 The Davis is the famous World's Fair Premium Flour, saae as represented. YOURS TO PLEASE, We warrant KNEALE k ZACHMAN. Majestic Steel Ranges, Bridge k Beach Ranges. Full Stock Hardware and Implements. l Educed We have bought a full car load of Implements for Spring Trade. Prices lower than last year. Gall and see our stock. Good goods at low prices. T.L Price, Hardware, Oregon, Mo. A Bigelow township roan who had put in much time nnd greatly tried Ins patience in driving his cattle to water during the long dry season, recently concluded to dig for water if he had to go through to China. He etruck water enough within fifteen feet of th sur face to wat-ir his own stock i.nd 100 head for his neigUlmrs, and now he won der why he didn't dig that fifteen feet long before. Prank Allen, of Craig, and Guy Cummins, of Mouud City, were the epesial guests of particular friends Sun day evening. We are glad that wo can chronicle the fact that Mat Weisenbergor, a Ger man farmer living in the north part of the county, has "downed" the lightning-rod swindlers. List spring they came to his farm and contracted to rod a building for 83. Later tho contract turned up calling for $150. Mr. Weisen berger refused to pay and suit xvas brought against him. The case was tried in the circuit court Inst week nnd judgment obtained against him for $5. Iiikoly tho-ws scoundrels will give Atchi son county farmers a rest now. Atchi son County Mail. S. P. OTALLOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ollice in VanBuskirk block. ear Received This Week MPRINMA Gents Fine Hats. Gents' Fine Shoes. Ladies' Fine Slioes. Ladies' Spring apes and Jackets, Boys ane Gildrens Hats and Caps. Childrens Jackets for Spring from 2 years olf and np. N. B.Bargains. We have 37 pairs 10-4 White and Gray Blanketsat 50c per pair. Eight dozen Fascinators, worth 75c, 90c, $1 00 and $1.25 to close at 50c each. Three and a half .dozen Men and Boys Hats, job lot, worth from $1.00 ty $3.00, to close at your own price. Four dozen Childrens' Cotton Un derwear, have been felling at 25c per- a 3- ma garment, to go m tms sale two gar ments for 25c. I a lme ot uakjKjT SA,jyi.JijJii re ceived this week from one of the larg est Chicago Carpet Houses. In these you can find just what you want and for less money than you can buy m St. Joseph. (Jome m ana see us. we are sure that we can please you. Old Tyme Concert to-night at the White Meetin House: One- Fourth of a Contincniai $ to hear ye menne and wymen sing. POMPETITION fying Sale. Old Tyme Concert to-night. JESSE C FITTS - H. R. El Kolloy, funeral director, of mJ aitland, was here last Friday, in at- . H. R. E. Kolloy. funeral director, of JHaitland, was here last fnuny, in at tendance nt the funeral Glenn, of Maitland, were brought to this city Miss Alice liarbou in the Dead Letter ofllce, at Washing ton, I). C. is now at her homo in this city, in quite feeble heath. We hope for her spefcdy return to tier former good health. Sam. Davidson says that during his long residence in this city, ho has never known the building season to bj so bright nnd promising as the coming season. Oil on tho wagon while, the brass band plays. luo voting people or the (Jtiristian Endeavor bociety, conducted tho meet- ng at tho Presbyterian church last bal- alh evening, in the interest of home missions. It was well arranged and hence greatly enjoyed by the congrega tion present. Andrew Kreok was elected presi dent of the Epworth League at t io M. church last aunday night, to till the unexpired term of Mis. Laura Davis, recently moved awav. C. W. iJartraui was elected to the ollice ot treasurer va cated by Mr. Kreek. A vole was taken nl all tho church es of our city last Sunday, on tho mat of the proposed law to prohibit baso aud foot ball and kindred games on Sunday. The vote was almost unan- motis. Our pooplo are strongly in favor of the Sabbath-keeping. We have been informed that Uncle Ellzey VanBuskirk is thinking of putting up a steel press brick building 'Slxw on his lot immediately south of The Sk.ntinkl. office. Jas. U. Pavne is also thinking of putting up a three story building on his lots on the east siae of the square and just south f the Presbytorian churcb: the second story will perhaps be put into a public hall. lis a consummation devoutly to be wished." Married, Sunday. February 17th, 189.J, at tho residence of Judge Samuel Watson, by Wiu. Kaucher, Esq., Jnmos R. Watson aud Miss Emma Mc Cleave. The groom is a grand son of Judge Watson and a nephew to the of ficiating officer, whilo the bride is th daughter of Kennedy McCleayo living near this city. Tho young folks aro get ting ready to go to housekeeping. The Sknti.nei. wishes them many years of happiness and prosperity. Our old nnd warnlfnenil, Levi Oren. remembers us with n late cony of tho Corvallis, Oregon, Gazitto. of February 14th and from a marked item wo gather this: "Flowers hare been in bloom in the gardens about town throughout tho fall and winter, and indications point to an enrly spring nnd abundant crops." All right, Levi, but give, us the old Platte Purchase in Grand Old Repub lican Missouri, for all-'round P ir noses. to that ot any other spot on this hetuis phere where we can have tlowcrs all the ear round and ic cream, vum, yum. ust when you want to make it. James Vaughn is to bss congratu lated for one thing at least. Somehow through the mediumship of his son-in- aw. Mudison Mnnnering and his daugh ter, he vras made a grandfather. So far he is to be congratulated and no farth er. Ilia neighbors say he is ditierent in what he used to be. He walks right over a man, never appearing to see any one. He trnmped Dan. down in tho muJ only the other day, and now Dan. nghtiHg mad over it. nnd Jim wil. have to drink "tided cider" with him or take tho corsequences. We hope noth ing serious wi.l grow out of it. ty for interment. Oregon, Missouri. ri!"vB- r, who is a clerk 3 7 ers ot tnis c'l' 1 Grandma Wilson is quite sick with the grippe. -J. M. Dozier lias has moved to his farm ou himsey Creek. Wo are sorry to learn thiit Chariev Peret a baby is verv sick. L. R. Kno'vlos went ui to Craig on legal business Wednesday. Charley Urodbeck went ui to Oiiu ha for a couple of das this week. Ve are sorry to learn of the serious illness of Mrs. Chariev Pattrmm. Uysters. Iiverwiirt. weineruurs!. bologna, and iiead cheese at Molter's. I' or first class buggies, harm :s and wagons, goto II. C. Schmidt, Un-gcn, Mo. Rev. Henry A. Sawyers will i.ieach at tho n.ior farm Sabb.it! afti-rnojii at .1 v clock. - If yon fant to soe a nio." Kik; of spring and summer drtvs guoJrf. go and Beo J Watson & Co. riegenoaum, inn doweier. m:il;es a specialty of linn watch work, jowrlrv repairing and engraving. -We want you to call and insuectour stock, tv e can please you m nrice. nual- ny ana Biyie. j. atso.v & Co. Old Tyme Concert to-night, Levi Soli u lie has purchased the heirs' interests in the old Schulto homestead, at end of strati south of tho M. E. church. nnd he is having Messrs, Reese & Ap- pieton paint, paper and otherwise im prove the property. Levi has made public his intentions of going to house keeping in the near future, nnd live just iiko cinor people. Charley Daggett, well and favorably known here in Oregon, is now in the I livery business nt Forbes. He has a I number of good turnouts and at reas onable prices. He also has n feed etnblel in connection, and will hay. feed and waier your team in a ro. one manner I and nt a reasonable price. Cunrlev is also the landlord of Postmaster 'J'rib- ble's hotel, where you can obtain a good meal at any time. We are sorry to announce the death of (iiirdnerM. Morey, and at one tune n charge ot the station at liicelou. He married Belle, dnughter of W. H. Wil ham, of Forest City, who with several children survive. His death occurred at his home in St. Joseph on Tuesday ovo- ning last, February 19th, 1895, tho re mains being brought to b orest Citv on Thursday, 2lBt inst., for interment. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved. The Forest City-Oregon motor line I is an assured fact, and the work of grad ing for the road bed will be commenced as soon ns the machinery can bo ship ped in. Tho towns are two miles apart me nearest uregon ever got to a rail road. We congratulate the two enter prising sons ot sister Holt, mid hope that tho scheme will nrovo as bcaetlcial and paying ns it now pictured in the tho citizens. Fairfax There is Satisfaction m Knowing- that if! OTHER house in imn Can get below us in prices. We have marked prices down on Clothing, Underwear Furnishing Goods, Etc. This laree stock of Winter Gooda wttrt ha disposed of at ONCE to make room for New Spring Goods daily arriving. i! Is Mais DcsforiaMs k Very little Han Jo Watson & Co., OREGON, MISSOURI. Tnb it Go to Molter's for your hot and cold lunches. East side of public sou aro. -Miss Jessie Lewis attended relig ious services in Maitland, last Sunday. Cad McCoy has moved out on the II. II. Price farm, four miles east of this city. -M. F. Uickham, Jacob and Dan. Null, of Upper Holt, were doing busi ness in our town Tueseav. Foragood smoke, trv the "Cubanos" cigar manufactured by Penny fc Itakor, of this city. It is a No. 1. (Jo to Knealo fc Zachman for fresh groceries. Ail shelf-worn goods must go at cost. Call for bargains. If you need n now clock do not fail to get one ot Fiegenbaum's eight day cathedral gongs.with or without alarms; fully guaranteed. D. P. Lewis has returned from his prospecting tour in Oklahoma, nnd is in Maitland, at the bedsido ot his father who is seriously ill. Cyrus Philbrickand family author izes us to extend their heartfelt thanks to all those who so kindly assisted them during their late bereavement. -Enos E. Itacot:, proprietor of the Bacon house, St. Joseph, died Wednes day morning last, aged 73. He was well and favorably known in this county. F. W. Robinson and wife, of Kear ney, Neb., spent a couple of days in our city, the guests of Judge Anderson and wife, .Mrs. Kobinson being a niece of Mrs. Anderson. Our slioes for ladies and gents spring wear nre now in and ready for your inspection. Call at once nnd t-ce the latest styles in root wear. Aobby, good and nt low prices. J. atsox & Co. Ilandrome cards havo been issued. announcing toe approaching wedding of D.iniel Shellenberger and Miss Clara A. ISennott, at the Christian church. Mound City, Tuesday evening, March ")th, I89.. Old Tyme Concert to-night. Letters remaining in and uncalled for iu the po-.tolhVe, Oroon, for week ending Feb. 22, 189.",: Frank Hradshaw, Dr. C. A. Oantha. Dr. Asher Goshn. Dr. W. P. Howie. H. K. Wdson, A. A. We.i vor. in calling for these letters, please say "iulvertised." Hkkuv Siictts, P. M. In the contest for tho office of couti ty clerk of Buchanan county, between K. M. Nash, Dam:wr.it, and Enoi Craiy, Republican, Judgo Wood vi;i of the cir cuit court on Tuesday last,handod down a decision in favor of ash. who he says in his opinion was elected bv a plurality of 315. Craig has tiled notice of appeal. Forbes is right in the forefront this week, in the shipment of corn. They were payicg from toJWo per bushel. nnd thousands of bushels were brought in. It is estimated that between twelve nnd fifteen thousand bushels will bo shipped this week nlone, nnd will make nuout twenty-hve or thirty car loads. The Patterson boys, George and Bailey, delivered four thousand bushels ot this amount from their bottom farm. Who says the bottom is not the place to pro duce, and especially in a dry season. If You Owe Us Anything, please call and settle at once, as we are needing the money to settle our bills and pay for the large invoices of NEW SPRING GOODS that we are daily receiving. Do not delay. We need the money due us, and have given you fair warning. J. WATSUJN & UU., Oregon, Mo. CHANGE OF BASE. I have moved into ray building on the east side of tho public square, nnd sec ond house south of the Presbyterian church, where I will be pleased to see all my old customers and many now ones. 1 have a large slosx or clothing, perhaps tho largest in the city, from which to make your selections, and' it is to bo sold to you at les-j than cost. This is straight, honest talk, and not buncombe. I have a nicj lino of groceries that I am disposing of at tin very lowest p wsiblo price. All kinds of produce taken in exchange. JAS. It PAYNE. Jncob.Dook.of Minton township, was transacting business in our city Dion- day. S.N. Bucher was selling nursery stock to the people of Troy, Kansas, last week. G. W. Murphy and Judge Alkire had legal business in Forest City Wednesday. Honry Cook, has purchased the Doctor Goslin place, paying $1600 for it it is an excellent home placo. Mrs. Hostetter and Mrs. Ed. Gibson visited with Mrs. Dr. Itever at her home in Amazonia, one day this week. Rev. Sawyers, of this city, will act as one of the judges in tho college con test at Tarkio, on this Friday evening. Fred Douglas, the greatest colored man of the century, died at his home in Washington, D. C. Wdnesday last. James Hester has nurchasol the Wm.DeBord farm of eighty acres in Clay township. Consideration, forty dollars per acre. The Sentinel is issued this week on the 163d anniversary of tho Father of his Country. G. Washingtod was a great man nnd The Sentinel is a great paper. Married, at the home of the bride's parents Charles Acsehnent and wife, on Tuesday. February 12, 1S93, John Eddy and Miss Nettie Autehnont. Our congratulation. Joe Dusty the negro brute, who as saulted a whito child in St. Joseph, is to be hanged March 21st, the su promo court having affirmed tho decision ot the lawer court. Professor Favour's lectures on elec tricity, to bo given Saturday evening of this week and Monday evening next, promises to be rich treats.and is deserv ing ut large audiences. Frod Scheole has recently purchas ed the Henry Meyers farm, near Corn ing, from George Johnson; tha farm contained 2(30 acres, and it cost Fred just forty dollars per acre. - Dave Gelvin's new residence that is now in course cf erection on his lots in Maitlund.will hayo sixteen rooms; nnd mark it, he will have use for every one of them, for he is a royal enter tainer. Ther. have been 1."i bills introduced in both brunches of our legislature, 27G of which were introduced in tho senate. It has been in session forty days and the houso has passed 4o bills, a greater member than havo been passed in the same time by any former house. C. C. Heudrix hns sold his farm to Lue Roulette; prico 815.00 poracre. He bought the farm of S. T. Riley, last year. Mr. Roulette does not claim the earth, but ho is getting his share of it. This farm joins Henry Roulette's farm in Harmony district Maitland Herald. Married, at the Christian church parsonage, Maitland, by Elder J. M. Dunning on Wednesday, February 13. 1895, David S. Riley and Miss Anna Conz. These two young peopla are among the very best in Holt cnunty.and The Sentinel" wishes them all the hap piness possible. Del Drake, druggist nt Forbes, has rented the S. A. Tribble building and is having it thoroughly overhauled, pre paratory to moving in repainted, papered and kalsorained. His new pre scription case is handsome and a neat piece of work, having been made by Grant Pullmen. Del is also going to put in a lunch counter and serve lunches at all hours. This will be in the mid dle room, formerly used as the dining room, and will be presided over by his wife, which is a suflicent guarantee that the hungry will be properly carpd for, as she is a fine cook and will serve the best the market affords. He will re move to bis new building about March first, and as soon aa he opans up will give a lunch free to the public. Watch these columns for date of opening. Bakor, cigar nianufactur- nro having nil that thev can do to keen their trado sunnlied wmi that choice cigar, tho "Cubanos, which it a hyo cent cigar, but which really contains better tobacco than the majority 'if ten cent cigars. The' have just received a three hundred pound case or nuer for these goods, "the Lit- no Duicn f iner, ami nave three more cases on the road, making over twelve hundreds pounds in nil. I his is a large invoice, especially for a new factory, but it was a necessity, as the demand for their goods is daily increasing. -IHeIskntinei. is under obligations to Hon. A. A. Lesueur. Secretary of State, for a neat pamphlet coitaining a complete roster of the state nnd count v officers in tho state of Missouri in IS95. It gives the names of nil the stato offi cials, tho names nnd postoflico address of the members of the present state eenato and house of representatives and the names and party affiliations of the county officers of each county in the state. It also gives tho names of all the judges ot tho state courts Supremo Appellate and Circuit. It is a valuable work for reference and is appreciated. John Markt is in Kansas Citv, and will attend the phnimacy school there. While in Kansas City recently, wo had tho pleasure of meeting Dr. C. C. Ham ilton, president of tho Kansas City Col lego of Pharmacy, nnd was shown through the college. No school west of New York hns n more extensive labora tory or n stonger and more thoroughly equipped faculty injlheir respective fields ot labor than has this college, and it is well known that tho graduates from this college nre, as a general rule, in do mnnd by experienced proprietors of drug store?, and no oung man needs a better certificate of "character,'' than a diploma from the Kansas City College of Phnrmacy. Tho houso breaker in the vicinity of Corning hns about corae to grief. On Tuesday night he entered the houso of Mr. Hurst near that city. Mr. Hurst hearing him trying to make an entrance, supplied himself with a corn knife nnd secreted himself behind the door, and on his entering, Mr. Hurst dealt him a blow oyer the head, knock ing him down, and thinking him killed, ho started to procure a light, and while doing so the robber succeeded in crawl ng out of the house and made good his escape, .Mr. tturst not pursuing Ins man. by reason ot his wires entreaties. It h hoped that this will lead to the capture of this gang that Ins been infesting that neighborhood for some time. Assistant State Votonnarian, Dr. Jno. K. Meyer, was summonned to Lin coln township Inst week to examine in to the condition of some stock. He found a horse belonging to John Young on tho farm of Robert Young, two-and-a hnlf miles east of Corning, niTected with chronic glanders. This was certified to the county clerk, who immediately sum monded the county court. Messrs Tur nin and Morgan, who met on Tuesday. and roado an order for the killing of the horse, which was pinced in tho hands of Sheriff Edwards, who went up to the place, summoned the appraisers, and fully executed his writ. In cases of this kind the state reimburses the owner of the stock killed, and pays the veterin arian's expenses, the county paj ing all other costs. General Manager Brown, tho hend of the Missouri lines of tho great Bur lington railway system, mado a speech at a banquet given by tho Commercial Club of Des Moines last week, and which wo notico was printed its entirety. (over four columns) in the K.insas City Times nnd commented upon editorially by that paper and by Iowa and Missouri papers. Oencrnl .Manager IJrown, while yet a young man, has taken hrst rank among railway managers of the west. lie is looked upon as a man p:-e:-Mi;g a large amount of general information outside of railway matters. Ifis t-incern manners havo nvide turn popular with the press and public men generally, while his level-headed railway mnnnge- mcnt has made him well know in the railway world. Brookfield Argus. bargain Sale ! Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. KREEK BRO'S. Request the pleasure of you company at their rgain Sale Every day in the year except Sundays. They respectfully call your attention to the FACT that Groceries, . Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, And in fact, everything needed by the people in this region, Can be Found at Their Place. KREEK BRO'S., OREGON, MISSOURI. it Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Bargain Sale am Machinery! Having bought A full Car Load of IMPLEMENTS WE CAN MEET COMPETITION. IF YOU ARE NEEDING A Walkinq Plow. Ridinq Plow. Brush Plow, Stalk Cutter, Steel Frame Lever Harrow. Combin ed or Single Lister. Corn Drill, Corn Planter, Disc Harrow, Disc Cultivator, or Cultivator of any k:nd. We have them at prices That Wil! Sell Them We also carry a full line of Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Hard ware of all Kinds, Pumps, Pipe and Windmills. Schulte Bros., Oregon, Mo. Wanted -A middle aged lady with rfirrcncei as companion anil house keeper. The riIit party will lind a ple.ii-ant homo by calling m ino soon. .Mi:s. Dk.IL Ki-o. Oretron. Mo. John and Will McKis-ick aro back from the southern part of the pt.V.e. where they went with tho view of bay. ing a tarm. lhey were not in the least favorably impressed with that part of the earth, and sav that Old Holt county is just ahead of anvtuin they have seen yet. Our tire laddies can now be sum moned by the lite bell, which arrived oa Tursday.and will bo pot in place atoncp. There is an ordinance making it a fine for any one to tamper with it. A certain postmaster in our county in ncnoyed at the crowds of school chil dren who till the poatolBce lobbya when school dismisses in the evening, but he should remember that an honorable and lucrative position like that of postBia ter. brings its little discomforts and in- conveniences and grin nnd bear it ' that's what we did.