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Ik fitttttii VOLUME XXXVI. OREGON, MISSOURI. FRIDAY. MARCH 15, 1901. NUMBER 43. V Fresh Garden Seeds in bulk at Schulte Bros. Dr. Simmons Residence third door south of opera house. A 5 acre tract with house., only 2 miles out for sale by Wiut'Kauchei, Oregon, Mo. Miss Louise Hollister, a lecturer Tor the W. C. T. U. from Minu., will speak in Oregon the evening of March loth. Will Stewart has rented the Char ley Walters seven acre tract near this city, and Rev. Morgie has purchased the Kennedy 33 acres adjoining. Call at nee aa W.H.Richards and pay yaar aaascriptiea far yoar lecture course tickets. The lectare bureau mutt have the aiaaey, aad a contract is a contract. We have just bought a car load of Kunkel's Patent Peerless Flour made from extra selected winter wheat. It is fine Sour. Every sack guaranteed to give satisfaction. Mookk & Kkeek. Tom Kneale, of this city, and Milt Brumbaugh will serve as petit jurors. and Jacob Webrli hs grand juror at the coming term of the United St ten court, which meets in St. Joseph. Thursday of nest week. - O P. Light, one of Holt count 's very best teachers, was hi town Satur day, on some probate business. We wer ever so glad to meet him One al ways f.-el8 better by meet ng such thor ough gentlemen. Phone No. 32 for Lettuce, Radishes and Onions. Also Cut Flowers, Flower Plants, and all Early Vegetable Plant'. Dont forget those fine Tomato Plants Mrs. S B. Ksowlks, Successor to J. X. Zachman. QueeiiHware New Patterns and Designs. All up-to-date. Large stock just received and prices right. Your patronage solicited. Zachman Evans Co. Farm Implements. John Deere. Slalk Cutters STwistetl Knife. Eagle. C Geo. W. llniwn. Corn Planters - Canton. ( Avery. Cultivators Canton. Eagle. CHALLENGE SALE OF THE SEASON ! s (k l$3500 of New Goods Justl Opened ! John Deere. Avery. Two good stocks of drugs. located in a good town, and centrally located are offered for sale. One will be sold on invoice; the other has a stock of 81,000 which will be sold for 83,030. For fur ther particulars call on or address, Thk Sentinkl, Oregon, Mo. Otho Campbell and F. A. King, of Clay township, have gone to Oklahoma. They will go into the lightning rod bus iness. R. S. Almond, of Benton town ship, has removed to St. Clair county, this state. Gus.Norris. of Benton dis trict, will farm ihis season for Clota Beeler. Uncle Dave HuiTstuttcr and son Frank, and daughter. Mrs. Kate Williams, of Union township, have re moved to Belleview, Idaho. Miss May liuddleson, of th sitme township, has gone to Spokane, Washington, to make her future home with her parents. "The Young People's Alliance," or the Eva gelical church of this city, has lieeo organized with a membership of .'11. The object of the association is for the upbuilding and advancement of the s -cial conditions of the youn; people, not only of that church, but of those out side of any church. There are four de pirtments: Literary, sick, entertaining and business. Its officers are: Miss Alice Price, president; May Zachman, vice-president;' Guy Nipher, secretary:! Emma Price, corresponding secretary,' and David Hoffman, treasurer. ; Eagle Rider. lstMS ; John Deere. Canton. Canton Plows, Disk Harrows, Corn Drills, ic We will sell you Implements FOR CASH at greatly reduced prices. Wire Fencing, Lots of It. Full stock of the best Cooking Stoves made. Our St, Louis Carpet samples will I e here this week, ou want to see them. Will sell ou a good carjx't as low as you can buy it anywhere. Yours for good go. ds, at low price. T.L. PRICE OREGON, HO. Cleaning Up Sale. From now until March I, 1001, we will make special inducements on our Fall and Winter stock of Gent's. Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. Our line of Ladies Cloaks, Capes, Jackets and Wraps is unsurpassed, and must be sold by March 1001. Wn have the assort ment and styles, consequently you will have no trouble in findicg what you want. We are going to sell these goods, and you will miss some good bargains if you fail to call and see us. We want your trade and your produce. Come and see us and we'll "show you" what we can do. 5XIRT5 ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES In Tailor- wm Mario Slurtc A FULL LINE OF Shirtwaists From r0c to 81.00 Ago 2d p7i ; aa a y.x v in .txrx.i.A.irx PURE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS A 43 o n From SO Cents to 5)1.40 JOB LOT IN lcii ikjr.c V.VviTv J AND Of KIBB0N5 0 TKSt BIACV 5 - . X STAINLESS UNFAMNC. E o c 3 a. o o No advance in prices on these goods M Lbce curtains Latest Novelties InW.C.C. Corsets 3 3- CO W&k TIME TABLE. A uSI Except Tr.iilt Ni. FllBKST ('in TKAIN SKKVIt'K. Dnuit I 17 ForOuiiCi! liltitli anil lin.ilia Irnm St. :i m l.olllt .tllil M. .llHril l' Kur l.imnlii. Ih-uvrr, rlorjl :tml racilli- liini 'o.ivt tnm Kai:n CM) an.l SI. Jiit-ili. Jl KurOmncil r.lnn. Oiu.ilia. St. lanl ;ml ::o lu Mimit-aiHili Iroin K.mi- t'ity & St. Jirjili A'4.1 FiirTatkioai'il NihUuu) Valley lirahdn .":ITiln lrni St.Jiweph. For ("ii'iiiiil lllnITi. Om.ili.i. St. l'.iu! ami l:2lam Mlmu-aiMilii Irom M. l.tmi, Kainas ( in mid SI. Josrpli. A 91 Way fielcht niitlli IniuihI 1U::iouiii A 41. For St. .IiMrih fnni Villiwi ami Xixlawar !':-.t:ain and Tarkio Vallry Iiranrlir. i To SL Jnvph and Kana Cttv ftmn St. ::4hiu laul. MliinaoU'. (Miiaha and t'tmncil Bills'-. II lo St. SI. .li-5f:li and Kanx:it City ';:7ain from Sonllirrn N.liixk. I)pnvi-r.C'tilntad and I'acine Coa!. ill Tk SI. Jii'pli and Katiijn City IH'in St. l-"'. p m I'anl. .MiniiraiKi!i, llmalia aad ('oiinril Klnlti. hi ToSl. Jiisrpli and Kaiisiit t'ity Irom I'ariflV .1:4.1pm ("oast. t'nlnradD.llriivrr and Unrnlii. M ToSt.Jtwphniid St. I.imiU from Omaha Ki.T.'pm ami I'ouncii Hln(I-. A M Way (rieitht Month ImhiihI. i-JO p in 1901 MARCH 1901 I f ICI. 101. TUB. TULCR-j HI. j SIT. : Z7. TI77 j j i 2 34 "5"j6 7 8T ; TO TT 72 j"l3 j 4 J5 j j6 :T7 T8 T9 20 2? 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29130 R. S. KEEVE5,0regon,Moi 9 Frank Walker has sold his livery but-ines at Kigelow, to Cornell Twy man. D. A. YounK has sold his atallion Dr. Porter and his jack. Dick Bland, t i a Mr. Graves, of Lincoln, Nebraska. Lottie Good in and Joseph Groves, two of Forest City's colored people, were married Sunday last, March 10: h, 1001. Lemuel Stults, of Minton township, has disposed of his 1,000 acres of land in that township for a large Nebraska ranch. Mrs. D. P. Lewis started Monday morning to Shell City, Mo., where she will visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. L Poynter. Maitland Herald. The school board at its recent meet ingselected L. I. Moore, J. A. Kreek and D. A. Young as judges, and Hugh Ruleyand Frank Graham as clerks, for the coming school e'ection to be held on the 2d inst. Get the Best Extra fancy Whi e Fish, Mackerel, Salmon r Smoked F.sh. We have a full line. Zachman-Evans Co. One-Fare Rate. The K. C, St J. & C. B. railroad com pany will make a rate of one-fare for round trip to all desiring to attend the I. O. O. F. anniversary, to be held at Kansas City, April 26th. Tickets on sale April 25-26: return limit April 27. VINE HOVEY, Local Agent Forest City, Mo. -Uncle Jacob Lehmer is quite sick. -Clover and Timothy seed at Schulte G. W. Cu OREGON, HO. ins, Street Sale To-morrow: 1 Road Wagon, used only 3 or 4 months: 1 set Single Harness, in use same length of time: 2 Bed Steade; 1 Heating Stove, etc, etc I have one 10-acre arid one 100-acre farm for rent I have a rare bargain in a farm of 159 acres 2 1-2 miles north of Forbes on the Oregon road. Two dwellings and a large barn and a fine orchard. Never failing watc. Possession at once and the price is right. Get a move on you. "EL. C. BEHSTTOnST, OREGON, MISSOURI. Bros. Henry Bclden, of Kansas City, Sun dnyed in Oregon with his brother, Dan iel and wife House and one lot fur sale. Part 00 time. Reasonable price, apply to Wil liam Kaucher. J. A. Reese and wife, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday with Mrs R's parents, Andy Burner and wife. Monkey Brand Coffees are suierior in quality combining strength and flavor. Sold only by Zachmak-Evans Co, I have some fine Golden Wyandotte cockerls and pullets for sale. Prices reasonable. Frank Lynch, Oregon, Mo. A good fruit farm of 80 acres, per etual spring, 2 houses, 3 miles from town. For sale by Win. Kaucher, Ore gon, Mo. Go to L. P. Sentney's for undertak ing goods. Free hearse furnished with every adult coffin or casket sold by him. Lowest prices guaranteed. Born to Win. Dreher and wife. Thursday, March 7, a son. Mr. Dreher lately moved onto his new farm, pur chased of Lon Frazee. Fillmore. Lever. Charley Schooler, of Maitland, left this week for Butler county. California, returning with his uncle George, who had been on a visit here. Theo Faul- concr willalsogoto Humboldt county. California, next week. We acknowledge a very pleasant call from Prof. 'Coleman, of Mound City, who has formally announced his candidacy for county superintendent of schools. We found him to be a must pleasant and agreeable gentleman, and seems to le an enthusiast on school matters. I Senator (Dan) Williams says that the blue bird theory is all right some times, but that the "B. B." fooled him this time. However, the Senator rises and says: "When you see a crow flying away up high this time of the year, and headed north, that there is something behind him. and indications are that spring ia horering. in the neighbor hood." I William Turnham has removed from Oregon to Forest City. Mr. Ray Whitehead and family have removed to Forest City. Mrs. Al. Prussman, who has lieen so very- ill, is now some better. Mrs. Bertha Cornell, of Kansas City, is visiting relatives and friends in Oregon. H. T. Alkireand daughter, Maud, were visitors at Barnard for a day or two last week. E. Sauer is now ready to trim your grape vines or f.uit trees. Leave orders at Thk Sentinel office. James E. Cummins, who has lieen quite sick for several d-ys, is now im proving, we arc glad to learn. Mrs. Dr. John Meyer and two chii-1 dren, of Silver City, Idaho, are visiting relatives and friends near New Point N. F Murray has completed bis j c.iure of lectures under the state board ol agriculture, and has returned to his home. Miss Jennie Morton, who has been visiting with relatives here for several weeks, returned o Omaha, Nebraska, last week. The bank at Argonia, Kansas, was burglarized Saturday night of last week, and 2,500 taken. J. S. Springer, fornif-rly of this county, is president and one of the largest stock holders. Rev. Fawkc, pastor of the M. E. church. South, Forest City, has been granted a leave of absence, and is so journing in the south in search of health. It is to be hoped that he will return greatly improved. Now is the time to send in your or ders to the Holt County Nurseries, Ore; gon, Mo., and secure choice 2-year old apple trees at 10 cents each. All other stock at low prices. Crown grafted and whole root trees at same price. OUR SUCCESS is due to Weeping up-to-date with the many different styles and latest improve ments in our business and bv handling onlv first class standard makes of rood. We have just' received a very largo stock of Star Oak, well tanned.Harness Leather wnicn we are making up into nr-t class band made harness. We invito the pub lic to call and see our material and work. You cxnnot match our prices or goods anywhere. We can sell you a set of our own make Harness From $25 up. George Emerly and wife, living near the iron bridge on the Nodaway, about five miles from Nodaway station, are down with the smallpox. County Physician Aiken reported the case to our county board of health on Monday, and an order was issued to quarantine the premises Both cases are of a light form, and the patients are able to set up through the day from time to time. A daughter about fifteen, ia doing the nursing. Mrs. Emerly also has a babe at the breast There ia no danger of the disease spreading, unless some one should careleasly go to the house, as it is situated in a field a half mile from the road. Sheriff Ramsay went out and quarantined the premises, Tuesday of of this waek. 1 Fred Harmon, a substituie mail car rier on the rural mail delivery route of Hopkins, Mo., was arrested by Deputy United States Marshal Graham at Hop kins on Tuesday of last week, and whs taken to St Joseph. Harmon is charged with having embezzled and purloined funds to the amount of S10 from the postoffice at Hopkins. At his prelim inary hearing before United States Com missioner Pollock, he pladed guilty. He was bound over to the federal grand jury ia the sum of 8300, and furnished bond. Thejshortage has been made up THE BURLINGTON ROUTE. SOME 6REAT TRAINS. Ho 41,. The B urlinffton-Xortaern Pacific Sxpreaa," from St. Louis, Kan sas City and St. Joseph for Northwest Nebraska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington. Tacoma. Seattle, Portlund, Oregon, via Billings, Montana; the short est line, the time saver to the North west Solid through train of coaches, chair cars, tourist sleepers, dining cars, standard sleepeers. No. 15, from St Louis at nghtKan sas City in the forenoon and St. Joseph at noon, for Nebraska, Denver, Scenic Colorado v tab, and Pacific Coast No. 5, The Nebraska-Colorado Zx. Sress," from St. Louis 2:0ft P. M., from ' iansas City and St. Joseph at night, for Nebraska, Denver, Colorado. Utah Pa cific Coast. "One night to Denver." larly morning; train, No. 3, from Hannibal and Quincy for Kansas City, St. Joseph and;beyond. Very desirable for local travel. TotheXaat: Fat -Eli" trains 55 and 5C between Missouri points and Chi cago. Fast trains 15 and 16, 41 and 42, between Missouri points and St Louis. To the North: Two daily trains to St. Paul, Minneapolis. Three daily trains to Council Bluffs, Omaha. California Excursions in through tourist sleepers, personally conducted, from Kansas City and St Joseph every Thursday morning the most successful overlmd excursions. The route is via Denver, Scenic Colorado. Salt Lake City Write for matter descriptive or any contemplated jou-ney west Jro. Da Witt, L. W. Wakkley, Div. P. A., Gen'I P. A., St Joseph, Mo. St Louis, Mo. Howard Elliott, General Manager, St Joseph. Wo. Vine Hovby, Agent, Forest City, Mo. DENTIST J. C East Side Square. Powell Building. OKi:JON. MISSOURI. Home Seekers' Excursions. The Great Burling Route announces its annual Home Seekers Excursions to the Western.North western and South western territory. One lowest first class standard fare plus 82:00 for the round trip. The Mni- mum round trip rate to be 89.00. One half of the gross rate for adults, will apply for children of five and under twelve years of age. Date of sale: March 5 and 19; April 2 and 16: May 7 and 21; June 4 and 18, 1901. L. W. Wakkly. Gen. Pass. Agt , St Louis, Mo. Vine Ho'vey, Local Ag't, Forest City. Missouri. We will extend the time of order ing your repairs for the Woods and Minnie Binders and Mowers HO days. Don't miss if you want pairs. thiB re- When you want a wagon it is your free privilege to inspect all. There are over 300 owners of Newton Wagons who say besides us that they are the ben for the price asked for them. We placed our order for a car of the Emerson Newton hinh grade Buggies, Carriages and Wagons Fuhrman & Hausaman, OREGON. MO. Prices the lowest for cash. Terms the best on time. I Else hero in this j paper you will find ; an advertisemen t on Eureka Harness Oil. We have handled this oil since our existence I as it is the liest. We sell it at 75c n gallon Bring your container. Lon Small wood has gone to Excel sior Springs for his health. Ed. Smith and wife, of Moun J City, have been enjoying a visit with Christ Fuhrman and family. The Zachman-Evans Co., are hav ing their grocery store repainted and papered, and more electric lights put in. The Baker boys are doing the work. Misses Rebecca and Grace Bragg, of New Point were here last Saturday. Miss Rebecca is a- music teacher, and was making an effort to get up a class. Fillmore Lever. Misses Fannie and Bootie Price have returned from their visit with Stddmore friends and relatives. They report Uncle George Chadduck as be ing fc reasonably good health, enjoying a good appetite and sleeps well, but he When you need fl ur, buy the liest. Valley Lilly, Crowning Glory and Silver Leaf. These brands always please. Zachman-Evans Co. Rumor has it that Dr. I. M. Minton ! will erect a large store building in For tescue this spring: the second story will be arranged for a public hall. He also expects to put up a very handsome res idence. On Tuesday of this week, Almon , West, living some three miles west of Bigelow, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Carson, and brought to this city, where he found J. Meyers, sheriff of Grundy county, awaiting to escort him to that county. West is wanted in Grundy county on the charge of arson. It is said tbat West burned bis own residence on February 15th, for the purpose of ae- ia not quite as active as he was some ! curing the insurance. Meyers and his fifty years ago. His many friends down I man left on the evening train for Tren thia way fesl keenly intarsated in him., jton. j Office Hours: to 5:00 p. m SKI 1 u 1 1 K) a. 111. I ill"' Seduced Nates to the Northwest. The Burlington Route will . sell one way s-ttlers' second-clase tickets at grratly reduced rates for Minnesota,' Montana, North Dakota :.nd other north western points. Dates of sale, March f, 1.1, 19 anil 26; April 2. !, 16, 23 and .TO, mm. I V Wakf.mcy, (3nrnl P.i"tj. r Auenl, St. Lou it. M. Wk ifovrv L'cnl AvHiii. , F.ri (M. Mil Wade For sale A sp.in .f mules 6-enrs old 16' hand high -weight 1150 . pounds each. Call on, or address, Fred j Markt. Oregon, Mo. to at - M. D. Walker has !oiiglit the Morris span of bay colts. I desire to inform the iieonlc of Ore gon and vici ity. that the North side' The war revenue bill as it goes meat market does not Mone to the Ar- I the president, leaves the tax on lioer mour Packing Company, but is the so'e ! 1 60 per -bar el and rej eala the tax on property of the subscrib r, having pur-; ,Mnk checks, which yi-lded 87,000.0CO chased the stock and fixtures from Mr. iwjear. asaiso tiie tax on certificates Payne. Henry Lameru. The St. Louis end of the World's Fair work will now be resumed in earn- . m 1 1 - . twi. lue canipany wnicn is 10 mnnage ;(,. .1 . . ... . . . . . luiiiiiiiraiB, me iair win oe incorporated imme diately. The site will then Deselected. The devising of the plan of the grounds will quickly be in order, and then will come the work of construction of the buildings. A large task is before the gentlemen who will have to conduct the fair. More work will have to be done within the next two years in arranging for the at-Louis fair tnan has ever been necessary before in any this sort in anything like length of time. of depos-t, promissory notes, money or ders, bills of lading, express receipts, telephone mess gess, telegrams, life in surance jwlicies, leases, customhouse mortgages, protests, ware house receipts and all patent and pro prietary medicines. Ira Mclntyrc came in from Omaha th e week, and is enjoying a visit with relatives and old-timu friends Every body seems glad to see hirn. His brother Riley a as also here. Ed ilnrt.of Mary ville. having some business here before the probate judge, was shaking hands ?.i . , project of 1 wiin nur people, ami seemt-u an nappy the same j as a coon 'n a watermelon patch. John I ny Fields, the Barnard banker, was 1 II frt nlufi renrft .TurTiro Civwlnflatilm -When George Kaucher returned charlev Graves and Theo. Faulconer. of from Terre Haute, he was accompanied j MaitJ)IM,t hen. doin,, hllsincsa with by Fred Fnedhne, foreman of the work ,yudge ur,,hy. they were engaged on. They spent a ; few dyB here, then went on to Nebraska J City to build another elevator. Mr. . Friedline passed through the Galveston storm in ah elevator he had just coin-1 pleted for Frank Kaucher, of St Jo-, seph, Mo., and came through unscathed. ( His elevator pa-sed through also, with Henry Laraers. slisht injury: it was the only one there (Successor to A. P. Payne.) 1 Dealer in first class Fresh and I Salted Meats. HiVhest cash .L A ... . .1,:..U a rm Ira well for the stability of the work This Prl" Pa,rf for h,dcs d Tallow. fact, Frank Kaucher, the contractor,; is making use of, in his note heads, to HnrtkM hut h mi in mb. and it seems to I have a favorable effect as he has about a Cozen contracts on hand now. I UTCgVllt HENRY LAMERS, Xo.