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Absolute efficiency at least expense, soikcn
A practical fence that will
positively turn cattle,
horses, hogs and
pigs. A fence 'mihch
that is strong,
If you want your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the
ELLWOOD FENCE and let us show you for how little money you
can get absolute satisfaction. i
Just received a car load of Ellwood
EVEIY 101 OF ELLW00I FENCE IS 60AMNTEEI.
inch and 26 inch Hog fencing, 34, 42 and 50
inch Heavy Poultry Fencing, 42 and 50
inch Stock Fencing.
SCHULTE BROS, (ton. Mo.
Tke AW RiKr WasKer.
Is something entirely new.
Some of its Prominent Features as ;
It is the quickest.
It is the simplest.
It runs the easiest.
It removes the dirt.
It gets the streaks out.
It is the most durable.
It weighs the least 25 pounds.
It will not rust or go to staves.
It washes the dirtiest places the fastest.
It washes by the latest scientific priuciple.
It will wash a cambric handkerchief alone.
It will wash 6 yards of carpet at one time.
It adds years of happiness to the laundress.
Hear what some of our prominent citizens say regarding
They know good washings when they see them.
Oregon, Mo., June 13. 11)03.
We can cheerfully say that after trying the "All Riuht" washer on a l-rg- and
dirty washing, we find it a complete success, itsurely gets the worst so-led cloth mg
clean without hand rubbing. We would rather have t than any machine we ever
J. F. Bickle,
H. A. Siekman.
G. H. Prieej
C. D. Zook.
J. C. Mejvr,
N. P. Murray,
Mrs. Jim Bucher and son Paul think it is a da.sy, he
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washed a large washing in one nmr ana a nan mat usumiy wo u
thinks it nothing more than play.
C. E. 1WEYER& 5AM CHESNEY,
Dakota, Iowa, Kunkel'a and Forest
City flour at Geo. F. Seeman's.
Mrs M. B. Moore, of Kansas i;ity,
is the guest of Misew Fannie and Mootie
Alex Cookaey and wife and son and
E. Gandee and daughter, all spent the
celebration in Oregon.
Dr. B. B. Simmons three doors
eonth of opera hone. Office over Hinde
ft Dohrer's drugstore. Phone No. 24.
R. J. Haufarroan and family, James
Carder and wife, of St. Joseph, are
among the visitors in our city, this
Thomas Holiday, of Maryyille, de
sires to correspond with those who ware
members of Kimball's regiment of E. M.
M. Address him at Maryville, box 563.
Mr. E. R. Gandee, of Severance,
Kansas, spent Saturday and Sunday
with his sister Mrs. Lizzie Cooksey and
family, and also with his little daughter
Minnie, of Oak Grove.
Judee G. W. Murphy, of this cityt
Miss Mildred Acton, of New Point and
Miss Luella Gelvin, of Maitland, are in
Denver, Colo., attending the National
Biennial Convention of the Christian
Endeavorers, which is in session there
Mrs. Anna Nicol.whohas been visit
Holt county relatives ana irienas
ho must two months, was the guest of
v : PMnr and Bert Maole. Inst union, only one.
w eh. returned to her home in ! with the father surviving.
Barnes, Kas., in time to spend the 4th
Some of those who came here to en
joy the Fourth with Oregon friends and
relatives are: Joe Graham, of Kansas
City, Will A. Graham and family, C. K.
Soper and family, Paul Howell and wife,
of St. Joseph; Jesse Mills and wife, Mrs.
Belle Ran, Mrs. M. Williams, Tom
Winterbottom, Jonas Lehmer and
daughter. Lillie, Will Lynde and family,
nf White Cloud: Mrs. J. M. Thompson.
Cameron; John Kennieh, George Meyer,
JimCriswell, Ben Gordon, of
Red and green will be the colors for
the Mound City Carnival.
Chicken feed and Mill stuff at Mill
prices at Moore & Kreek'e.
. Miss Irwin, of Kansa City, is en
joying a visit at the borne of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W.Headley.
Esther Loucks. Fannie DeBord,
Bonnie Statesman, Gwendolyn Hatfield
and Cora Gibson, of Maitland and vicin
ity, were Oregon visitors. over the 4th.
Mrs. M. E. Crowell entertained on
the fourth her sister, Mrs. J. M. Thomp
son, daughter and sjn, of Cameron, Mo ,
aad Mrs. Belle Clark and children, of
Mound City, Mo.
A kiss is a peculiar proposition. Of
no use to one, yet Absolute bliss to two.
The small boy gets it for nothing, the
young man has to steal it and he old
man has to buy it. The baby's right,
the lover's privilege, the hypocrite's
mask. To a young girl faith; to a mar
ried woman hope and to ao old maid
Mrs. Edmund Anibal died at her
home in Craig, on Monday, June 29,
1903, at the age of 62 years. She came
to Holt county in 1859 and made her
home with her brother John C. Hinkle,
near Fortescue. She was born in Frank
lin county. Mo., April 3, 1841 She was
married to Edmund Anibal, November.
1868; five children resulted b) this
Charles W., together
eery-ices were held on the 1st inst, inter
ment at the New Liberty cemetery.
Dr. B B. Simmons and Frank Fos
ter have purchased the Dan Martio
harness and vehicle business, the trade
being consummated Monday of this
week. Mr. Martin will retire and devote
his entire time to the telephone busi
ness. The new proprietors are so well
and favorably known to all our people
that extended comment at our hands is
unnecessary! We wish them abundant
success, and we can see no reason why
they should not have it, for they are
both very popular with all our people.
-Hot and cold bathes at C. C. Phil
brick's barber shop.
Twenty cars of stock were shipped
from Maitland last week.
Daniel Kunkel and son Dan, are in
Southern Missouri this week, looking at
M. D. Walker is out this week, gath
ering specimens of grasses, etc., for the
St. Louis World's Fair.
Rev. Caldwell and wife, and Mrs.
Plara Jones, of Maitland, are enjoying
their vacation at Denver, Colorado.
- Miss Blanche Spencer of St. Joseph,
au4 Arch Crews and wife, of Mound
City, are vieiiing at the Anselment
W. H. Campbell and wife, of Bow
ling Greene, this state, are here, the
guests of Prof. A. R- Coburn and wife,
Mrs. Campbell is a sister of Mrs. Co
burn. Lill e Miles, Osmer Hardman, Mat
tie and Bessie Price, JFearl iiunicei,
Peter Price, Alberta Bragg and Claude
tj,:,w nf Vnur Point, were visiting with
A. a ivv
friends here the past week.
-Peter Galbreath ha- returned from
Oklahoma, where he has large business
interests He reports Ed. Young. Char
to VAmntAa. Charlie Roecker and the
other Oregon boys as all doing well.
All who are in debt to me at J. C.
Philbrick Drug Co., will please call and
rattle immediately. Accounts and books
are left with Dr. Aiken for collection.
J. C. Philbrick.
Charley Jones, Littleton Darnell,
Mound Cit) ; John Summers, Fred Kel
logg, Maitland, Ira Hershner, Claude
Stucky, St. Joseph; Herbert Caskey,
Pjrkville: poent h 4:h and 5th in
Isaac Zeigler. who a number of
years ago, was engaged in the milling
business at Mound City, and also owned
considerable land in northern Holt, died
at his home near Ness City, Neb., June
Mtth n n rpRiilt of imuries received in
falling from a load of hay.
John Groves will go to Kirkwood
the coming school year, where he will
have charse of the tactics and athletic
departments of the military academy
t tiara. Thev will find him a first class
instructor, and one who knows the dif
fomnon hatnreen fours licht and fours
--Have vou tried Geo. F. See-
man's new flour? It is fine.
you haven't tried it, and want
fine bread, vou snouio ao so.
All of this flour is made of old
Johnny Keeves and his bride have
returned after a three weeks' bridal trip
through the west. They came in on the
evening before the 4th so did the Falls
City band, and after awhile, that is be
fore bed-time, the band and a large
number of Johnny's friends appeared at
the home of the groom's parents, where
the couple were stopping, and tendered
them a delightful serenade. It was a
handsome complement to one of Oregon's
most popular and worthy young men.
The Forest City lumber yard
changed hands this week, J. W. Kreider
the proprietor having sold bis stock,
buildings and the lots on which same
are located to Messrs. W. E. Richardson
and W. M. Hitt who will conduct the
business under the firm name of Rich
ardson Hitt They assumed control
last Monday. Mr. Richardson will con
tinue his duties however at the store of
Richardson & Robinson, Mr. Hitt hav
ing charge of the lumber yard.-Forett
Two single drivers for - sale. John
Markt, Mound City, Mo.
Stella Morris, of near Maitland, is
visiting with Miss Birda Peret.
Mrs. Susie Whitham has returned
from a visit with friends in and near St.
Miss Maude Kerns, of St. Joseph,
is visiting with Maude and Myrtle Par
tridge, this week.
Mrs. Susan Zachman left Oregon
laBt week for the summer. She will
visit in Michigan and Washington,
Lije Guthrie and family, of St. Jo
seph, are here on a viit with Mrs. G s
parents, Philip Huffaker and family.
All who are in debt to me at the J.
C. Philbrick Drug Co., call and settle
with Dr. Aiken. J. C. Philbrick.
Take your Lace Curtains and Laun- ;
dry to Moore & Kreek's, they are agents
for the largest and best laundry in the
-Dr. J. T. Thatcher is in attendance
at the semi annual meeting of the State
Board of Health, which convened in
Springfield, this week.
Harrison Vandeveer was a St. Jo
seph visitor, Tuesday of this week. He
went down to see his cousin, M. S (Bud)
Norman, who has been and is yet very
Robert Montgomery is at Skidmon
running the bank there while his son Hi
and family are at Excelsior Springs.
We are sorry to learn that his daughter
is quite sick at the springs.
Harvey ProSt celebrated in Oreg n
on the 4th. His little black and tan rat
terrier followed, since which time he has
failed to return home. Any information
leading to his recovery will be liberally
Thomas Scott Patton died at ibe
home of J. W. Newby, east of Mound
City, on Saturday, June 27, 1903 He
was born in Highland county, Ohio,
November 2, 1817, and was therefore in
the 86th year of his age. He came to
this county in 1876. and located on the
farm where he died.
Rev. Heory Fiegenbaum, of St.
Joseph, came up and spent the national
hnlidav with his daughter. Mrs. Mina
Curry. We were glad indeed to see him
enjoying such good health, after haying
snch a long and serious sick spell. On
Sunday he occupied the pulpit of the
German M. E. church, and although
nnitrlv 83 vears of aste. be nreacbed a
powerful and vigorous sermon, on Faith
Hope and Love. From 1872, to 1875 in
clusive he was the pastor of the German
M. E. church here, and there were sev
eral of his old-time congregation present
to hear him again.
J. SCOTT, D. V. S.,
Veterninary Surgeon and Dentist,
Graduate of the Western Veterninary
It's time to wear,Low Shoes Your sum
mer outfit is not complete without this
stylish shoe. We can supply yon with
an elegant pair at the following prices :
Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 at $2.00.
Sizes 13 1-2 to 2 at $1.75.
Sizes 9 to 13 at $1.35.
I IIIISI1HI i
THE COUTATy SGriOOL FUTADS.
Treasurer Moore Submits His Annual Keport on Condition
of the Various School Districts.
Under the statutes, the county treasurer submits hie annual report to the
county court, showing the financial condition of the various school districts of
the county, on the 1st day of July. Under this law Treasurer Moore filed his
annual report with the county court on Monday of this week. It made the fol-
Office in the Moore B'ldg.
Hours 9 a. m. to 12 m. 1:
p. m. to 5 p. m.
Fine Gold and Bridge Work a
Misses Lilly Stanbart and Nellie
Pierce, of Kansas City, re here on a
visit with their .aunt, Mrs. M. D.
Walker. These with Miss McGinnis, or
Wray, Col., a niece of Mr. Walker, who
is still here makes a trio that keeps M.
D's house in a perfect uproar from sun
uotill midnight. The boys are kept
busy explaining to their "city cousins
what the various things are used for on
the farm, and the whole sang wanted
to see the cows that gave the butter
milkjand are extemely careful in going
to the 'tater patch for fear their eyes
mieht see too much. Tht-y are a jolly
crowd and are seemingly having "an en
Mae Zachman and Alic Price
entertained about twenty friends, Tues
day evening of this werk, at the home
of Mae Zachman. The guests of honor
were Bonnie Stutesman, Maitland, and
Beulah Frame, of Fairfax. Various
games were indulged in, both in the
house and on the lawn. Those present
were: Misses Bonnie Stutesman, Mait
land; Beulah Frame, Fairfax; Amy Has-
nfisB. Etta Green. Jennie Carr, Emma
Price, Myrtle Fuhrman, Myrtle Leverich
Hortense Duogan, and Masters Milton
and Will Moore, Clarence Hinde, John
Curtis, George Lukens, Moss Noland,
Fred Philbrick. Befreshments were
served and the color scheme of pink and
Permanently located. Treats
diseases and performs all operations,
Phone No. 109 -Hotel Woodland.
Phone No. 38-Seeman's barn.
J. W. Hill, of Fairfax, was in town a
day or two the past week, looking up
some stock, being one of Atchison coun
ty's prominent stock dealers. Back in
the early 70's Mr. Hill resided in this
county, and resided with nis uncie a.
C. Dodson, who then lived northeast oi
Oregon. Ha oast bis maiden vote in
this county, which was for Grant in xtnz
and this was the first and last republican
vote he ever cast. He was here at the
judicial convention in 1898, that nomi
nated Judge Craig, and these two visits
are the only ones he has made here
since he left the county, which was in
A force of men are at work this
week erecting a stone wall at the bridge
across the branch. On the west side
next to the sohool yard the wall is to be
60 feet in length and 12 feet high, while
on the east side it- will be 40 feet in
length and 10 feet in heighth. This
completed, the bridge will be raised one
and one half feet. The amount of money
required for this much needed improv-
ment, including filling in will reacn
$1,000, We are not certain wnere an
this money is to come from, but we
learn that a large amount of the expense
will be borne by the school board, while
a liberal contribution comes from Mr
George Weber who will also construct a
twenty foot wall alongside his property
south of the bridge Forest City Star
A new contract has been made for
the carrying of the mails from this city
toOreeonand vice versa. For many
years it has been the custom of the gov
ernment to let the carrying of mail on a
large number of Btar routes to one per-
. 1 i a.1 . -MAnn fin tl O
son, wno suo-iet me tuuuoii
various routes. Under a new ruling tne
contractor must be a resident of one of
the towns on his route, and the fellow
who has been sub-letting on a nice mar
gin is now a contractor or grafter with
out a job. A. W. Seeman, who has so
faithfully looked after the mails for sev
eral years on the Forest City-Oregon
route, hHS been awarded the contract
under the new ruling, which went into
effect this week. A new contract for
White Cloud also goes into effect, and
from this time forth White Cloud will
receive two daily mails instead of one as
heretofore. Forest City Star.
$ 81' 68
Wilson 38 62
Forbes 85 48
Oak Grove 237 35
Richville ,-: 91 95
Marion 75 57
Woods 72 42
NickelPs Grove 20 96
Mayflower 98 75
New Point 423 62
Triumph 217 17
Pine Hill 107 50
Rising Sun - "1 22
Richland 69 95
Monarch 70 23
Baker 5 63
Oakland 65 97
Kimsey - 12801
Union 55 37
Benton 222 32
Shiloh 106 00
Crosen 59 81
Pleasant Hill 126 44
Ross Grove 209 07
8quaw Creek 111 36
South Center 127 62
Mineral Springs 25 63
Franklin 10 09
Minnesota Valley 242 19
King Grove '. - 16568
nnuii rvii imta 63 70
mmb uw -
Idle Wilde 133 73
Walnut Grove 3642
Exodus 16 57
Elm Grove 284 14
Cottonwood 130 45
Lake Shore 68 51
Summit 198 10
Cherry Dale 28 48
Wild Rose" 47 30
New Liberty 179 91
Walker 263 69
Harmony 190 43
Brush College No. 2 : 175 91
Mocticello 81 84
Dale Center. : 89 88
$ 45 10
' 34 92
Tnti $76,677 20
irk. nnn.;nr. ,i;ct;nta haA the following balances to the credit of
ing fund: Oak Grove, $15055; Majflower, 54 cents; Monarch, $5.65;Crosen. $103.96;
Pleasaut Hill. $2 48; South Center, $3.15; Elm Grove, $63&27; Cottonwood, $33.66;
Wild Row. $58 82; Fortescue, $30.63; BruBh College, $139.40. Total building fund,
Tom Welton and Ab Huffaker were
in St. Joseph, this week.
Mrs. Myrtle Harrison, of Centralia,
Kane., is here visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Martha Vining.
Marshal C. W. Bartram has our
thanks for the skull of a ground hog
with tushes that 'measure over two
inches in length. He says he has killed
hundreds of them, but these tushes are j
Miss Jessie Schulte is visiting with
her brother George, in St. Louis.
Mr?. M. B. Moore, of Kansas City.is
here. visiting Miases Bootie and Fanny
Price, and other relatives.
Flora Maple is in St. Joseph for a
two weeks' visit with friends and to at
tend the Antics Carnival.
Mrs. Jennie Ferbrache and children,
much longer than any he ever saw be-1 of Forbei, spent last Sunday with her
fore 1 brother, Lin hithaai and family.