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EVERYTHING NEW! Just Received OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1895. 03 Fall and The Newton and Schuttler Wagons are made of the very tough est white oak, hickory and poplar woods, alt strictly air, not kiln dried; put together in the very best possible marncr. Come and see these wagons before you buy. Don't pay out your money on cheap put up things which are all to pieces m a few years. H. C. SCHMIDT, - - Oregon. Mo. Dealer in First-Class Wagons, Buggies and Harness only. Tj. I. MOORE. G.F.SEEMAJT, MOORE SEEMAN CASH DEALKKS . . IX 3 Staple and Fancy Groceries, Qneeosware. Glassware. Etc. Yes, we are satisfied that the credit system is a pernicious business, injurious to both sides. If you are buying your goods on credit the quicker you quit it the better off you will be finan cially. We are making special inducements by selling Groceries cheaper than ever, as we want to reduce our stock as much as possible before moving. Orders Solicited. Free and Prompt Delivery. MOORE & SEEMAN, Oregon, Mo. We are now through moving, and able to entertain you in a royal manner in our new quarters in the Schlotzhauer block, where we will show you the finest line of Furniture at popular prices ever shown in this country. We quote the following prices on Wall Paper: Best White Blanks, - - 6 1-4c roll Gilts. - - - - from 6 1 -4c up Ingrains ----- 10c roll DENNY & SCHLOTZHAUER, Oregon, Mo. The Weber Wagon is King for Durability and Lightness of Draft. Sold and warranted by 0RE60IV TOO. OS; G- W. KUMCEL, Best Grade of Work at Moderate Prices. Special attention given to VIEWING and ENLARGING. Call and see Samples of my work and pric es. Satisfaction Guaranteed. DRESS GOODS YAY. Y. 1Wm CLOAKS SHOES Our new goods for Fall and Winter in all the above lines are now in, marked and ready for inspection. We think it by far the handsomest line we have ever shown. The prices are very reasonable, notwithstanding the prices on all kinds of merchandise have an upward tendency. In Dress Goods Novelty Suitings at 45c. Mohair Cloths at 75c. Creponnes 90c and $1.00. All-wool, 36 inch, black and blue Serge at 30c. Serges, in black and colors, from 40c to $1.35. Henrietta Cloths, all colors and black, all wool, from 40c to $1.00. Broad Cloths from 75c up. All-wool, 36-in. Flannels, 25c Slegant Novelty Plaids, 35c. Plaid Suitings, 36 inches, 15c Regular 40c English Cash mere, Hoc Host elegant patterns in Silks for Waists we have ever shown. Every piece new. m WRAPS "twe snow Capes and Jackets. First are Wool Seal Capes, 30 inches long, Thibet Trim- ming, at $23.50. Then Wool Seals, trimmed with Martin. Next Wool Seals, trimmed with Astrachan. Then Astrachan Capes, 27 and 30 inches long, that are $18 and $20. Elegant wraps Then Coney Capes at $8 and $9.50. Plush Capes, $7.50 to $12.50. Next are fine Wool Capes that commence at $5.00 and range up to $20. We have 100 of these wraps to select from; you can surely get just what you want. In Children's Wraps can give you anything you would want, I guess. Come and see. Ladies1 Jackets are 33, 36 and 40 inches long and prices from $4 to $16 50. In Fine Shoes, WE ARE LEADERS We carry lasts as follows: B, C, D, E, EE and F. We can surely fit you each and every one. Johnson's Ladies' and Child ren's Fine Shoes, all new Shapes of Lasts and Toes. Keystone Ladies' and Child dren's Fine Shoes. Cheaper goods than Johnson's. Selz, Schwab & Co's Men's Fine Shoes, all the latest toes Tans, Patent Leath ers, Calf, Etc. Ladies' Heavy Grain Shoes. Children's Heavy Grain Shoes Ladies Heavy Shoes, button or lace, at $1.00 a pair. The largest stock of Shoes in Oregon to select from. A good stock of Hats and Gaps, Underwear, Shirts, Overalls, Gloves and Mittens, Kid Gloves, Corsets, (W. 0. C), Yarns of all kinds, Hosiery, Umbrellas, Blankets, Comforts, Table Cov ers, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Neckwear, Etc. New goods in all of the above lines and at the right prices. We want to show you the new goods, and make you prices. Let us figure with you on your fall bill of Dry Goods and Shoes. We will save you money. YOURS FOR BARQAIHS, JES5E C. FITTS, Oregon, Mo. S. F. O'PALLON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in VnnBuskirk Block. Fly nets at D. M. Martin's. S. Rlunchartl has strawberry plants for sale, New fence posts for sale at William Rostock's. See Zook's City Photos Enlarge ments and picture frames. The Sentinel and Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean one year for $1.50. Buy your buggies of D. M. Martin, and you are sure to get the best. Crosby peach trees for sale by N. P. Murray & Co., at twenty-five cents each. Zook's gallery is the place for fine photogn.phic work as you can get for less money. W. J. Findley, of New Point, will sell you drugs, paints and oils, cheap as the cheapest, for cash. R. C. Benton, auctioneur, will hold his first monthly stock sale, Saturday, Sep. 28, on the streets of Oregon in, the afternoon. B. M. Prentiss, the horo of Shiloh, should certainly draw a crowd to this city, on October l,at which time he will address the old soldieis and others at tending the reunion here. Be sure to attend the sale of the stand privileges for the reunion, at the court house next Wednefday afsernoon, Sept. 25th, at 2 o'clock. The reunion will be held October 1, 2, 3. We must have money all persons owing us are requested to come in nnd pay up immediately. We have accom modated you, now we need an accom modation from you. Moore &, Seeman, Grocers. THE CRIME OE 1873, So dramatically described by "Coin" cannot be repeated if you bring your silver to us in exchange for our goods. Our Fall and Winter Stock of G-ISOOEKIES BOOTS m SHOES Moore & Seeman are sole agents for Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, universally accepted as the leading coffee of the world. Try it once and you will use no other. Is now here and embraceefhe very latest styles in all lines. We know that we can please you in style, quality and price. Call and see uswe have the stock and variety to select from. An inspection Is all we ask. for we know that after examining our stock and prices you will buy of us Yours Truly Since the fisherman of Buzzard's Bay assumed the helm of state, he has Increased the national debt $302,503,582. And the consequences of his succession to the presidency, have been the de traction of wealth to the extent of many times that amount. The few fish caught by this man or ducks shot by him are very costly to this nation. The following letters remain re uncalled for at the Oregon postofiice, for the week ending Sept. 21, 1895: Nur ney Bond. In calling for this please say "adversised." Henbt StrcTrs, P. M. The Vth district convention of the V. C. T. U. is in session at Savannah this week. Misses Maud Montgomery and Myrtle Greene will enter the gold medal contest. A number of delegates are also in attendance. The Oregon W. C. T. U. have re newed their subscriptions to Mrs. Hemp's "Temperance Physiological Journal, for the High School and for the colored school. The many friends of Willie Noland will be glad to hear of his prosperity, having steady employment at sixty dol lars per month, and the enjoyment of the very best of health by his wife and child. His postofiice address is Moun tain Home, Idaho. Timothy seed at Schulte Bros. Scoop boards at H. C. Schmidt's. Too many buggies at D. M. Martin's Zook's photos are up to-the top of the ladder and for less money. Old buggies taken in exchange for new ones at 1). M. Martin s. See R. C. Benton, solicitor, for Mutual Insurance, town or country. lie can save you money. Don't forget the sale of the stand privileges for the reunion at the court house next Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 25th, at 2 p.m. All parties owing us, on note or ac count, please call and settle. We need the money. T. L. Price, Hardware. All we ask is for you to give us a trial and you will be surprised what low prices we have for you. J. N. Zachman & Co. Married, at the heme of the bride's parents, September 15, 1805, Miss Rosa Cbilcote and Mr. John uranam. uniy the immediate relatives and friends of the contracting parties were present, Rev. Comer, officiating. May they have a long and useful life is the sincere wish of a large circle of friends. II. C. Schmidt, our boos wagon and buggv dealer, has just got in another car load of those fine Peter Schuttler wagons. He also received a full car load of those celebrated light running Newton wagons. Mr. Schmidt knows all about wagons. He sells without doubt the two best made wagons in the United States. Judge Dan Huiatt expects to take the premium for long gourds this year. lie has one thai measures more man four feet, and thinks it will be as long as a rail before the season closes. He is so enthusiastic in regard to this gourd that he thinks next year by adopt ing a judicious sy tern of crossing,that he can produce take and-ridereu.rence gourds all ready to set up. To this end Wwilf furnish the next boy of his, that marries, as part of his outfit, a full set of seeds. Mr. Jim Conn being annoyed by the incursion? of big owls among his chickens, and having no time to waste from caring for his big corn crop, bit upon a novel experiment. Observing that the birds of prey seated them selves on a high post.wbence to observe the landscaDe and dive upon the chick ens, he fixed a cross piece on top and fastened two steel traps thereon, aext morning two monstrous owls were found hanging by their toes from the traDS. A turkey buyer pawing along called in to know if those turkeys were for sale that he saw suspended from the cross out there. n Winter GOODS! This season we bought our Fall and Win ter stock two months earlier than usual, on account of extra inducements offered us. We want you to call at once and see our fine lines of Fall and Winter Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Dress Goods, Etc. A special invitation extended to every, body to call and see us, inspect stock and take advantage of the bargains we are offering. J. WATSON & CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. D. M. Martin is taking in the Omaha fair. Charley Jewell was here for a cuple of days, this week, visiting relatives. D. M. Martin just received another car load of that famous Weber wagon. Buy your wagons, buggies and bar ness of II. C. Schmidt. He keeps the best. Zook's cut for next live years; 25c, 50c and 11,00 less on the dozen photos than any artist. R. C. Benton, solicitor, for Rock Port Town Mutual, writes insurance for Oregon and Forest City. J. N. Zachman Jc Co. buy for cash and 6ell for cash. Therefore they can give you best cash prices. Try them. You will find a nice little stock ef drugB, paints and oils at Fintlley's, New Point. Call and you will be treated right. Mrs. W. B. Davis and Mrs. Bray ton E Davis,who have been visiting in Sabelha, Kansas, returned this week. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Orla Davis, of Oklahoma, who is here on a visit. It ib said that four hundred men have enlisted in Chicago for Cuba. Now if the "Four Hundred" or rew lork could be induced to go, the country might get along on ipscac for a while. W. W. Scott has an odd peach tree. It was grown from a double seeded peach stone, from which two shoots sprang, whieh were firmly united at the root. This year the tree bore, one stem having larger fruit than the other, but both excellent in quality. The) are free stones. It. C. BENTON, AUCTIONEER. Dates made at this office. Fruit Jars and Stoneware at lowest cash price at Moore & Seeman's. The report comes from Carlsbad, Germany, that Senator Vest of this state means, upon his return home, to attempt a pacification of the Missouri Democrat ic factions upon terms, which in fact, it not in form, will mean the renunciation of the Pertle Springs free silver declara tion ot faith. A number ot the ministers of the Presbytery visited our public school on Tuesay morning. Short addresses ware made to the pupils of the High school by Rev's Geo. Miller, C. B. McAfee, L.A, McAfee, J. M. Wright, J. N. Young, Samuel McAfee, II. A. Sawyers, and Elder Robert Montgomery. Pinkston Bros., of this city, have se cured the Be ry ices of Fritz Seeman, who will assist them in their lumber yard. He is well qualified, and besides can .speak German fluently, as he is a genu ine, full-fledged, all-wool-and-a-yard-wide German, than whom there is not a better class of citizens in our county. Buz says he is fixed now, as he can fig ure with you in German or English. Harry Green, who has been in their em ploy, had to leave them, so that he could attend school. Harry was a good boy, valuable to his employers and made many friends. - Mrs. Bird Fiegenbaum.of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, accompanied by her children, Helen and Clara, are here, visitiag relatives nnd numerous friends. She is on her way home from Chicago, where she had been visiting with her E areola and husband, Dr. G. A. Fiegen anm, who has been there for the past seven weeks, taking treatment for a throat trouble. We are glad to inform his many friends in this county, that be has so rar recovered as to be out or dan ger, and has been discharged by his doctor as cured. He left St. Joseph last Monday for his Oklahoma home. The genial Ed Hooper, who is buy ing grain for John II. liynde, of White Cloud, informs ua that ha has already contracted for 40,000 bushels of corn for December and January delivery at elev en cents, laid down. This was con tracted for by the acre. Mr. Hooper's territory is in this county,and from Rulo, Neb., to Atchison, Kansas. He informs us that Dr. J. R. Minton, of Fortescue, has made the best corn deal of anyone that he knows of in this county, having bought a choice piece of corn, that will average 100 bushels to the acre for a lit tle over 27 per acre, the corn to be delivered. As the time for the reunion ap proaches, everything points to the larg est number ot visitors ever seen in our pleasant little city, and we will be taxed to our utmost to cars for the strangers that may come within our gates. Those who may be prepared to feed the hung ry or lodge the weary, are reqeated to hand their names to the citizens enter tainment committee, consisting ot his Honor. Mayor Cummins, Judge Alkire and Hon. T. C. Dungan. In leaving your name with the committe, state the number you can entertain, and whether I feed or sleep or both, and terms. I F Where have you been? I have been toMolter's to et a lunch. find I can get one there cheaper than at any other Slace in town. Go and o likewise. His lunch ham is the nicest in town. East side pub lic square, Oregon, Mo. Miss Hallie Greene ia the guest ot friends in St. Joseph. Ira Peter is visiting with his daugh ter, Mrs. Mary Irwin, of Pueblo, Colo ado. Laurence Kaucher made a flying trip to visit the old folks at home, Sun day evening last. Mrs. Ira Peter left this eek .for a visit with her sister, Mrs. James Dunn, in Seneca, Kansas. Mrs. J. C. Pbilbrick was entertain ing her niece, Miss Inez Wilson,otClear mont, this state, this week. Mrs. D. P. Dobyns wes called to Fort Madison, Iowa, this week, by the serious illness of her brother. We hope every business house and residence in onr city will be liberally decorated during the reunion. Miss Carrie Dooley, of Dexter, Iowa, has been the guest of her cousin, Miss Ella O'Fallon, the last week. Cash is what we are all after. Bring your 8 to J. N. Zachman & Co. aed realize what bargamB you can get for your money. Mrs. Rosie Smith and Miss Mary Pool, ot Bethany, Mo, were here this week, the guests ot Mrs. S's mother, Mrs. Henry Molter. Remember R. C. Benton's monthly stock sale, Saturday afternoon. Sep. 28, 1895, in Oregon. Sale will be held on the streets in the afternoon. -Harry Brown.of one our beet painters, is giving The Sentinel, buildiaga much needed touching up, which greatly im proves the appearance thereof. -J. W. KtefT.ot Walla Walls, Wash., is here on a visit to his wife. He is look ing as natural as ever, and is receiving a cordial welcome from bis hosts of friends. The stand privileges for tbe reunion will be sold at the court bouse, on next Wednesday afternoon September 25, at ' 2 oclock p. m. The privilege will be for the three days, October 1, 2, 3. The funeral of tbe little four-ysar-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Waddle, of For est City, who died with typhoid fever, was preached by Elder McFarland last Tuesday evening, September 10th. Hugh Benton, who has been mak ing his home in Sauorus, Illino.s, for several years, is here, visiting his father, -R. C. Benton. Hugh has grown so that even his own father failed to recognize him. . If you really want a first class standard light running and durable vnfon. viiu will have to aa to H. C Schmidty, Oregon, Mo. That ia the only place you can get mem in south ern Holt county. Frank W. Welch, ot Shenandoah, Iowa,and Miss BelIe,daugbterof Mrand Mrs. J. H.Steele, ot Mound City, were united in marriage at the bride's home on Wednesday evening, September II, 1895, Elder Preston, officiating. In our issue some two weeks ago, we mentioned the arrest of Father Boecker. the Catholic nriesLfor sesault- ingMrs.Higdon.His preliminary was held in Colfox township, Harrison consty, last week, and he was bound over in the sum ot $1,000 to await tbe action ot the grand jury, which will be called in Oc tober. We bad the pleasure of a call from John Tyson, ot Atchison county, last Tuesday. Mr. Tyson, however, can al most called a Holt county man, aa he lives just across the line, receives his mail and transacts most of his business in Mound City. He is making arrange ments for a big public sale, Saturday, . Oct. 5, 1895. For further particulars, see ad in paper next week.