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and New York Weekly Tri- i) the Sentinel and Twict-a-Week Gltbe Domtcrat, 1 Year for 51.75. See our club list elsewhere. oune I Year tor 5i.ou. or the Inter-Ocean and Senti nel 1 Year for SI. 50. VOLUME XXX. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 8. 1895 NUMBER 41. jfflr . v icbimiiip S. F. O'FAI.LOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, UIHce in V.inlJuskirk liluck. Thanking my friends for past favors I would te pleased to see every one wno wants to buy a Wagon, Buggy or Harness. I want to show you my goods and if you then think that they are no gooa ana not worm tne money I ask for tnem, no narm aone. Dealer in Reli able Goods at Reasonable Prices OREGON. ' MISSOURJ. H. C. Schmic THERE'S ONE THING YOTJ CAN'T DO EVEN AFTER CHRISTMAS You Can't Live Without Food uo Kip i on veiling doesn't count Groceries That keep you well by creating an appe tite for more. Go and see them for low prices. MOORE & SEEMAN P Oregon, Missouri. Wc Want Your TradeoHoTIiis Means You & WE HAVE A COMPLKTK LINK or- GROCERIES V 0. 1 1 n i ? That we are selling Cheaper than ever. Bring us your Soud and PpZi Butter Beans, Apples. Onions, Onion Sets, SEED POTATOES, Turnips. Lard, Butter and Eggs, but don't forget to bring an order for some of oar f.y leading brands of Flour. We keep T . S H KunkeFs, Forest City. Mound City, R. T. Davis -i ict z-x .x. jc-1. The Davis is the famous World's Fair Premium Flour. We warrant same as represented. YOURS TO PLEASE, KNEALE & ZACHMAN. KA m i T. L. PRICE'S Hardware. A full stock of Plows. Planters. Stalk Cut ters, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Lever Har rows, Corn Drills, Listers, jute. A large assortment of Cooking Stoves and Gasoline Stoves. SIBERIA REFRIGERATORS. Screen Doors, Wire Cloth, Iron Pumps, Etc seiei our. bigygexEI. See our St. Louis Carpet Samples. Get you a carnet in four days. Give us a trial. Will sell you Hardware cheaper than you ever bought it before. T.L Price, Hardware, Oregon, Mo - Join the chorus class. Too many harness at D.M. Martin's. Xew fence jsts for sale at William Koslocu H. - Clover, timothy and blue, grass eeeil, at hciiulto Isros. - 1 havo atCOO to loan. Call on A. W King, Oregon. Mo. Kobert Howell was in St. Joseph oa iusines, tins week. On to C. O. Piuuil for all the latest styles in wall paper. The real estate transfers will he found on the inside pages. See Zook's City Photos Enlarge ments and picture frames. ror me latest Ktyies in wall paper go and see John I'hilbnck. - Whips at your price for ten cents up. Call on r. b. Kostock. Go to Molter's for jour hot and cold lunches. Hast side of public sjuare. Ed Hayes, the eleven-year old son of John anil Oliva Hayes, is ijuite sick. Kemeiuber Dr. Aiken makes a spe cially of diseasesof women and children. - One thousand loads, or 2,K)0,000 pounds or ict. were put up in Oregon last winter. - A party desires to rent ten to thirty acres of land. Address, I'ustoffice I Sox. Oregon, Mo. K W Heatlley, who has beeu quite sick for several days is, now able to be up and around again. - if you want your choice in Bond Hour try Kuealo & Xachuian; all Hour warranted as represented. See T. I . Price's St. Louis carpet samples, (.'an get you a carpet in four days, and prices are right. For a good smoke trvlho "Cubanos" cigar manufactured by Penny A Iiaker, of this city. It is a No. 1. --"Squire Wilkison and Jjouis Burgess, of Forest City, were attending to legal otusness in Oregon last J hursday. Xo v is the time to by harness and wagons nave too nianv and must sell. D. M. Maktin. -It is well known that II. C. Schmidt sells the very best wagon in southern Holt county atid don't forget it. Seed potatoes ."c to 6I.O0 per bushel male hogs, healthy, to 612.00 each. Call soon or your will bo tco late. J. X. Memfe. Wil'ard Proud, returned this week from Kansas City, where ho has been mending tho University Medical col- lego the past winter. George Comer and wife moved this week to their bottom farm near Curzon. George, is a rustier, and will make things hum in his neighborhood. --Denny & Schlotzhauer, the furni ture dealers, and Ktieale & Kachman, grocers, have each placed lire-proof safes in their respective places of business. Miss Margaret Perkins will give in struction on piano, organ or mandolin to any one desiring, beo her nnu got terms before making arrangements in this line. Miss Delia Kunkel will return from tho Xew England Conservatory of Mu- sic about April :J0tli, and will be pro- pared to teach piano, urgan and voice lesi-ons to all desiring. - Homer Campbell is now at homo to friends, on the farm ho recently purch aed of P. L. Hohart. May you live long and prosper is the sincere wish of your friends down tins way. From a recent letter from John K. riiuma, a former resident of this county, we learn that he has suffered, by death, the loss of his wife. Our heart goes out to him in his dark hour of bereavement. nemember F. II. Kowley Sc. Co. will be in Forest City. Friday, Saturday and Monday, March "-"J, '-'.I and 'St, and will pay you the highest cash market price for your poultry. See his ad in another column. Tho Pacitic Photo Car will be in Forest City until March 20th ouly. All persons wishing any work done in tho Photo line, should call beforo that time. Cabinet Photos from 81.00 to 811.50 per dozen. Georgo linker, alias "Iled-buck," of the Penny .fc Baker cignr factory, of this citv, packed his grip and struck out with a lino of their fino cigars, this week. When he calls upon you give him n trial order, and you will never regret it. - Oh, say, did you hear about the racket? James R. Wilson, of Forest City, is selling lumber and building material of all kinds, grades considered, lower than the lowest. 1 Ins is a fact, if you do not believe it go and seo him. --The Holt county nurseries, X. F. Murray .fc Co., come to the front this spring, with the most complete "line of nursery stock ever presented to the peo ple of Holt county. Planters are cor dially invited to call and examine our stock beforo placing orders elsewhere. Remember that C. W. Lukens, the dentist will boat tho Hotel Midland in Mound City, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 12, III, 14, , and 10. He is recognized as being at the head of his profession by all in northwest Missouri, so ifyou want tho best work at reasonable prices call upon him. --Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob Hung, living about 2'., miles east of this city were the happy entertainers of a large party of friends on Monday evening. March 4, ISUi. A pleasant evening was passed. despite the f'ict that nshadowot sorrow, more or less intense, hung over tile guests inducfd by the fact that their hospitable entertainers were soon to leave and t::ke up their ahode in WKIa homa. The -lock holders anil directors of the St. Joseph Union depot company, held a meeting in the ollitre of General Manager Brown ia! enday. and decid ed to rebuild the depot, and nccepttii the plan subautt.-d hy architect Kckel. Ther will be no hotel nor second story as in tho former building although pro visions will bo made fur an elegant din ing room. The baggage, express and mail rooms will occupy the south end, while tho dining room will be in north end. Joo H. Graham begins his labors to day as deputy county clerk, and we con gratulate County Clerk Curtis on so curing the services of so excellent a dep uty. Mr. Graham may bo considered an all-around expert in this line of business, and our people can rest assured that nil business in thisdej artment will bo kept up in strictly first ciass order by"UncIo" John and Joe. We have only tho best wishes for Mr. Kreider the retiring dep uty, nnd wish him '-good lzck" svhore evernmlin whatever ho may engage. Small pox has appeared in Mary ville. Eight persons it in said, have been seized with. the disease. The iiseaso is said to havo been brought there by Abraham L. Hull's body ho ing brought there for ir.terenient from Hot Springs Ark. where ho died. The box containing the remairs was labeled with a physician's certiticate, stating that he died from blood poisoning. May or Cooper has "juarantined the city. It behooves our city authorities to be on their guard. Vaccination should bo the order of tho day. We are Ready for You WITH & FITVE LI1XE OF SPRIIXS GOODS JUST RECEIVED Saturday, March 9, '95 GASH! CASH! We desire to inform our patrons and friends that wf. havo ndop'ed in CASH SYSTKIlI of doing business, and will adhere to it strictly on and after A PIC I L 1. l&iKi. All Hccounts will be closed at that time. e xpec: to, nnd will, give you better bagaians than ever before by reason of this change. Kespectrully, J. WATSOX & CO. ICeptiblican City Convention. A call is herebv issued for a Republi con city convention to be held at the circuit'eourt room in tho court house at 2 o'clock p. m. on Friday, the 15th day of March. A. I)., isiu. for the purpose or placing in nomination one candidato for Alderman tn the 1st ward or said city and one cacdidate for Alderman in 2nd word of said city. Come out in force aud let us have a rousing convention. I!y order of Committer. WILL BE BARGAIN DAY FOR EVERYBODY R. S. KEEVES, Oregon, Mo. Join the chorus class. Zook's phc'os are uo to tho ton of the ladder and for less money. -Joo Freemas has rented the Win. Ocker farm in Clay to.vnship. I havo too many harness must re duce stock. D. M. Mautin. Oysters, liverwurst, weinenvurst. bologua, and head cheese at Molter's. -Seo John Philbrick. the druggist. for tho latest designs and patterns in wall paper. Zook's gallery is the place for tine photographic work ns you can get for less money. -Mrs. Dr. Kearney and children were visiting Mrs.K's parents in Hickory township this week. -Elder Kelley will preach at the Richvillo Baptist church, cext Sundav morning at 11 o'clock. Go to Knoale & Zachmau for fresh groceries. Ad shell-worn goods must, go at cost. Call for bargains. Rev. M. B. Smith, will till his regu lar appointment at the Culp school house next Sunday, at 3 p. m. We are more than pleased to learn that Miss Alice Barbour, who has been so very ill, is now much better. Tho Blackberry school closed last week, with a very successful term hav- ng been tajght by Miss Kate Polk. -All evening meetings at tho M. E. church (For regular service,) will bo at iun hereafter. Tho ftp worth Jjeague will meet at 0:30. Quarterly meeting at tho M.ExIuirch next Sunday. Presiding Elder Ware will preach at 7:30 Sunday ovenini:. and ndminster the sacrament of tho Lord's supper. Judge Georgo Hibbard and his son John are in Oklahoma this week, look ing around with a view of laying their grip upon n quarter section of land in some part of that state. Judge McCoy was in town Saturday and passed the papers for the salo of 210 acres of land to Louis Fries. Tho particulars of the sale were mentioned in our columns at the time. George C. Crowther, our congress man has selected A. L. Gale, editor of the Maryville Tribune, ns Ins private secretary. We can only wish him suc cess in his now field of labor. Mr. Liuville, tho processor for the canning company of this place reports that on Saturday last he contracted with various parties, for fifty-eight acres of tomatoes, and nineteen acres of corn. Senator Kennish's bill changing the timo for challenging jurors in cases of murder from forty-eight to twenty-four hours, passed tho house last Friday,ad unless the veto is applied wilt become r. law. Uncle Billy Banks, ono of the characters of this county, died at his home two miles south of Forest City on Saturday last, March 2d, 1805. Ho was born in the Isle of Man, and was 81 years of age. Judge O'Fallon was in Kansas City tins week, where he appeared beforo tho court of appeals and made argu ments in the cases of A. L. McPherson vs W. P. Meyer and Martin & Sheridan vs C. C. Cropp and Jncpb Grosbeck. The young pooplss' Epworth League mite social will be at the home of Tom my Davidson, on next Friday evening, March, liith. A short, but interesting program will bo presented interspersed with snnocent games and refreshments. X. F. Murray & Co. will sell you lOOXol, 3 year old apple trees for 810; pear, cherry, plum anil apricot 35c each, 84 per doz. Budded peach trees, 812 per hundred Have also a tino assortment of grapo vines, currants nnd goose berries. C. B. Baker, has just completed one of tho neatest residences in Forbes, and it adds greatly to appearance of tho neighborhood in which it is built. T. C.Duncan was the contractor, and is a tirst class piece of work, all tho way through. S. M. Clark, of tho Fillmoro milLs was in town Mounday, and informed us that tho mills were now running at their fullest capacity, having an abun dance of water for power. They are making a tine grade of Hour, nnd only ask a fair trial. Tho March term of tho Federal court convened Monday hwt.with Judgo Philips presiding The docket is not a very large one. Holt county furnishing but ono case, that of C. F. Bagby. of Mound City, who was arrested last Decemer, charged with selling oleo raargerine contrary to law. John E. Taylor, living near Forbes came near lo?ing his dwelling by tire one day last -veelf. The origin is" sup posed to havo been a coal of fire that blow under tho house. They were com polled to make an opening in the Moor to extinguish the lire. Tho loss was about 825.00 which was covered by a policy in tho Continental. J. W. Kreider who has been assist ing County Clerk Curtis since the first of the year, will retire from that office in a few days, and will return to his farm near this city. The Uphouse boys who have been in charge of his farm, will go on the Uncle Thomas Cottier farm, northwest of town. Wo can only wish Mr. Krieder abundant success wherever ho may go, or in whatever Held of labor he may engage. W. S. Carson left for his new homo in rrunkhn county, this stato last week Al. Binn was in Maitland this week, visiting relatives. ujani tAiwan ami his mother wero in our city Tuesday, transacting w business. a numuer oi our irmt irrowprs re port that about ono fifth of the peach uuus are an rigut. D. M. Martin will sell you it good harness as cheap ns others are selling slop-shop stuli. heo hitr.. The Union Sunday school will havo a festival next Tuesday eveinc. March , 12th. All cordially invited to atteml. Wo aro sorry to learn that Dr. C. L llolloway, of Forest City, is juito sick, We hop to hear of his speedy recovery. lho people of of Maitland aro to vote on the 20th inst, as to whether they will becomo a citv of tho fourth class. Late patterns nnd designs in wall paper now being received by John Phil brick. Seo his stock before you buv. Prices as low as tho lowest. I am getting in about fortv set num ber one hand and machino mado har ness; all mado specially for mo, and every strap warranted. II. U. Schmidt It was supposed that the fall wheat was badly injured by tho dry freezing. but from present indications is thought to uo all right only somo of tho very late sown is thought to bo badly hurt. Tho dear people should remember this; you can get a hand-made, oak taned. sot of harness at F. S. Rostock's for 822.50. This is for less money than your cheap machine mado horness. Our people can be. assured of a very pleasant evening, if thoy will attend tho festival given at tho Union school house next Tuesday evening, March 12th by the scholars and teachers of tho Union Sunday school. County Collector Brumbaugh will make his'annual settlement next Mon day. It is an extensive piece of work, and ho has been assisted the past week hy Joo Graham, general expert and ex Collector Geo. Allen. We- will save you from 25 to 50 per cent on nursery stock for your spring planting. "Thai's no lie." Ccmnaroour prices with other nurseries, and you will be convinced cataloguo free on appli cation . X. F. Mukray & Co. Miss Jennie Baker has about finish ed a most extensive as well ns tedious task. She has completed a silk quilt, having 9882 pieces and 750 blocks of two inches square. She has done this work and attended to her school duties. The county treasurer of Linn coun ty is paid an annual salary of 81000; in audition he is allowed one-tiaii of ono per cent commission for all school mon eys received and disbursed and two per cent on all collections of delinquent tax. Rev. Flickinger will conduct ser vices at tho Benton church next Sun day morning at the usual hour, nnd at Ebenezer in the evening, where tho re vival still continues with much interest, there being sixteen conversions report ed. X'. F. Murray & Co. have in stock a fine selection of evergreen trees and shrubs grown both at Oregon and six miles southeast of Oregon, at nursery. Parties wanting evergreens can get them fresh dug at either place and at a low price Have also a complete line of blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, etc. lho fruit growers will meet in Mr. Kaucher's ollice. on Saturday afternoon, March 10th, 1S05. at ono o'clock. They will discuss a very excellent program that has been arrange-l by Geo. P. Luckhardt, J. R. Milne and Wm. Kaucher. There should be an unusual largo attendance. Tho protracted meeting closed last night nnd Rev. Jones left on tho morn ing train for his home i l Georgia. There was never before a speaker in Maitland who could draw such large audiences or hold such close attention. Somo oven ing.4 tho audience contained more than a l(XX) people and bith thiors or tho opera house were tilled on different oc cassions. Over 6100 were taken up in collection Sunday afternoon. At tho conclusion of tho meeting last night the K. of P. boys of dn's place presented the great southerner with a purso of 553, for tho gaod work he had done while in town. He is coming back to Maitland Maitland Herald. Senator Kennisli of Holt is easily tho leader of the Republican side of the upper house. He is ono of the best lawyers in the senate, a forcibleand when aroused an eloquent talker. He is unosteutatios yet self-confident, ag gressive nnd K)ssessed of an inexhaus table fucd of moral courage and com mon sense. Republican statesmen in the Platta Purchase will do well to keep an eye on Kennisli. If honesty, intelli gence and industry, with natural apti tude for the public service, count for anything with Missouri Republicans and, honestly, I think they do not Kennisli is the coming leader of the Re publican hosts in northwest Missouri -St. Joseph Gazette, Feb. 22d. PROF. L. K. KELSO, Voice Culture, Tone Placing and Voico Building. Terms very reasonable. Trial lessons nt vour own home free. Join the chorus class. Tom Hinde was in Tarkio, this week on business. Elddr McFnrland is now occupying the Lf.verich property in the north part ot town. Will Luckhardt, of Boonville, was the guest of his parents for a few days, this week. -Too many harness nil first-class and hand made at 1. M. Martin's. Xow is your time. Zook s cut for nest hve years; Zoc, 50c and 81,00 less on the dozen photos than any artist. Drop in at T. L. Price's hardware store, and look at his bicycles. He will sell you a high grade awful cheap. Stewart Keeyes is having his store room papered and newly painted, and Liuto Greene is doing the work. Before ordering yenr wall paper drop in and see the new stock just opened up by J. C. Philbrick, the drug gist. Tho Shuttler wagons have the toughest timbers in them; even the iron is tough, says ono of my custom ers. II. C bchmindt. Tho tirst load ot ties for the new motor line wero received this week, and to John Matthews, of Xodaway town ship, is tho honordue. Jonas Watson. Jr.. has purchased from the Ilarman heirs the Jacob Har mon estato of 120 acres, lying one milo south of Oregon, paying ?Jo00 for it. Miss Carrie Lee Carter will address the people of this city, on the evening ot March 19th. She will speak at Mait land tho 10th, Xew Point, 17th and at Craig, 20th. -C. W. Lukens. D. D. S.. will bo Mound City next week from Tuesday to Saturday, March 12 to 1G inclusive, pre pared to do and attend promptly 10311 dental, work. He can bo found at the Hotel Midland. Have you seen those lovely ladies' watches &t Fiegenbaum's. It not do not faii to seo them; solid silver cases. gold ornamented; at reasonable prices; two already sold. J. X. Kidd. tho reliable florist of St. Joseph, makes his annual announce ment to our readers elsewhere in this issue. In ordering from this firm, you can rely on getting true to name, just what you want. The citv council of Forest City, granted the franchise to he motor line projectors, this week. Xow the "coast is clear," and in a short time work will bo commenced. You can rido on tho motor lino about the last of June. -C. M. Amos, of St. Joseph, is up on a visit to relatives at -ew roini Curt is now a Motoneeron the Frederick Avenue line in that citv. He has filled this position for the past six years, and is one of the best street railway men in tho city. -Tho cigar dealers of Holt county should remember that Penny Baker, cigar manufacturers of this city, make the best hve cent cigar on the market, tho "Cubanos." Give the boys an order when you want first-class goods at rea sonablo prices. Wo havo not only tho leading stan dard old varieties of apple, but have also the most promising new sorts, viz.: Mammoth Black J. wig, Uano, Ingram, Grundy. Cleveland. Babbit, Yellow Transparent, Ark, Black, Minkler and many cthere. X. F. Mckkay & Co. Albert Limpp and Ben Landrey have opened up a confectionery and restaurant in Forest City. They carry a nice line of confections, cigars, tobac cos, etc. In connection they hnye a tine lunch counter where you can get a nice lunch at any time. Go and seethe boys. IV to Galbraith nnd Johnny Cain returned last Thursday morning from an extended trip in Kansas, Colorado, .New and Old Mexico, Oklahoma, Indian Territory and other southern and wes tern points. They report n tine trip and good time, but did not invest in any real estate. John Douglass and wife mourn the death of their little baby boy, aged about five months, the death occurring at their homo in this city from pneumonia, last Wednesday night, .Men. 0, lS'.ki. lho funeral will take place to-day, Friday. They have tho sympathy of many friends in their sad hour of bereavement. -Frack Colhour, of Forbes township, killed n strange dog, this week, near bis home, that had every symptom indicat ing rabies. Tho dog had several fits and was snapping and biting at everything that came in its way. It is reported that it bit several hogs belonging to Mr. . Craig, or the same neighborhood. -Corning is right "in tho fwim"this spring in the building line, quite a num ber of new buildings are just being com pleted, nnd several more are contem plated ami under headway. Real estate also advancing, and everything be speaks a busy and prosperous season the coming vear. Corning is, without doubt, one of the best trading points in the county. -Tho pump house of the railroad com pany at Forest City, came near burning the ground last .Monuay morning, anu would if it had not been for the strenuous efforts of Vino Hovey nnd the wreckiug crew which happened to be there. Ab it was the succeeded in extinguishing the tire after tho roof had burned off, the fine pump and engine not being in jured in tho least. A. M. Howard, a former Holt county boy, residing in the Lincoln district, but now a resident of Imperial, Chase connty, Xebraska, was here last week. He is right in tho drouth-stricken sec tion, and is here for the. purpose of get ting seed for this year's planting. He says the situation is very bad in his ne'ighborhood.but thinks if they can se cure seed, they will come out all right this vear. Wo will feel very grateful to nil of our subscribers who are in arrears if they will settle same by the first of April, as we have financial obligations to meet then, which, if we cannot meet, will entail upon us considerable loss, as well as much inconvenience. We have a very fine portfolio of C4 phato grapic views of tho World's Fair.that we are giving as a premium, which could not be sold at retail for less than 81.00 each. THE VERY LATEST. V. IT nil Tine of Ladies', Gents' and Child ren's Shoes for Spring: wear the largest line in the town and the very latest styles. Prices tlio Lowest. .A. Full Lino of Dry Goods and No tions. jSl. Full Line of the Newest Patterns, Shades and Colorings in Dress Goods. Large Line of the Latest Shapes in Hats for the Spring trade. .A. Full Line of the Latest Novelties in Gents' and Ladies' Furnish, ing Goods. Jk. Full Line of Groceries and Queens- ware. Prices Always the Lowest. J. Watson k Co., OREGON, MISSOURI. GIVE US YOUR ATTENTIONS While we quote you prices on our elegant new Spring Stock of Dress Goods, Etc. Serges, all-wool, 40 inches wide, 35c Latest Novelties in Dress Goods, rant ing from 14c to 24c Tennis Cloth, (a full line) 8c to 10c. Calicos and Ginghams at the lowest prices, and everything else in proportion. GROCERIES at prices that can't be beaten. All package Coffees at 20c, and other Groceries equally cheap. We are in a position to furnish any thing that is wanted, including aUEENSWARE, HARDWARE and IMPLEMENTS cheap as the cheapest Call and see us. Yours for Low Prices, 0REH TCEYTER, pomr.mo. Bargain Sale! I Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. KREEK BRO'S. Request the pleasure of you company at their Bargain 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. Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Bargain Sale !