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Lard and Bacon. Seth Curtis and wife, and sister. Miss Maud, are at the world's fair. Albert Roecker and wife have re turned from their Colorado outing Go to Proud's for common school books, pencils, tablets and other sup plies. The .Schaffer school commences Monday, Sept. 12, 1904 with M-ss i-ulu Marsh hs teacher. Sus:e and Hilda Deglow were the guests of Judge Giispey and lami!y,r.ear Savannah last week. Mrs. John Price and Mrs. J. W. Findley and children have returned to their hones in New Point after summer ing in California. After a visit of two or three weeks, "down on the farm," in Porbes township, Sam Oppenheitcer returned to Omaha, Tuesday of this week. - Fob Sale A Sqaare PiimoTin good condition Must be sold quick- Will sell cheap. Call on or ad drees A. A.. Richardson, .Oregon, Mo. E. M.Norris has made valuable im provements to his little' home in the eastern part of the city. An additional room, together with a large porch has been added. John . W. Davis having bought--the Shannon Hardman farm south: of -New Point, has taken possession -.Shannon has rented the Daniel Hardman-farm andfhas taken possession. J. WKing has our. thanks f.r sa specimen apple of the Duchess variety, that is large, enough to make . apple dumplings for four. Its circumference is 14 inches; and diameter 3 inches. Fob SXnrbB WiLfcREN-fc Nice, new 7-room House; good Barn;' Cellar; pis-, tern; lots of Fine Fruit; within two blocks of court house. Thia place cost and is well worth $2,500; will. take 1 1,600 Address Box 217. Oregon, Mo. Elenore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kunkel, gave a birthday recep tion to a large circle of per, young friends, on Friday afternoon last. The afternoon was happily passed in playing games and enjoying the elegant refresh ments served. There is a bright jusi bern baby in the home of Dan Dreher, the little fel low commit to cladden their borne on Tuesday of this week, Aug. 30ba. Mrs Dreher has cautioned Dr. WhitseJI to keep a shary lookout, and watchfulness after Dan. She and baby are all right, but Dan he seems so excited. C. KLOPP, Dentist. For the next sixty das only: Silver fillings 50 and 75c. Gold fillings 81.00 and up Set of teeth 85.00. All work guaranteed. TfmDorallv at Baker's Hotpl Forest City, after September 1. 1904, above the John France, Jr., drug store, Fcest City, Mo. ' Roy Wilson, of Hutchinson, Kas who has been here on a visit with friends, was tendered a far well party by' his many young friends, on Monday evening of this week. The affair was, given .at the home of Miss Trot. King and was. a most enjoyable gathering. - G-imes.-and music entertained, "followed by dainty refreshments. v..-j..vj ir The Western Poultry Fanciers 'As sociation, composed of poultry, fanciers from points witbip 'a. radius pfOO. miles. of St. Joseph,, was organize d in.,tbi4.city on Saturday Jast. AdamiThompeoe, .of Amity, was elected president?- A. G Samuels, of-8t. Jceepb, secretary. B. Bridgeman. of this city," treasurer.1 Fully 50 fanciers from ' Northwest 5Mrssttiri, Kansas and Nebraska wereprelsenk'Th'e next meeting of the association Is' set for September 24tb. Mrs. A. G. Alderman, a Missionary from Mexico, spent several - days- herer visiting her brother, Harvey Evans, and many friends.' Last Sunday 'in the af ternoon, at Union, and in tbe'evenljig.at. Oregon, she lectured before .large audi ences. She gave an interesting outline of the work done at Monterey, -Mexico. It will be remembered Mr. Alderman went there as a Missionary some ' three years ago, and built up a prosperous school under the auspices of ' the Chris tian church. When he took charge there were but a dozen pupils, and in two years he increased the enrollment to over 400. During the vacation season of 1903t Mr. Alderman and family were taken down with the yellow fever, and on September 23rd of that year he died, and the work was turned over to others, but Mrs. Alderman has remained as one of the instructors, and she and children are cared for by the church. Mr. Alder man was pastor of the Christian church in our city during the years 1891-4, and was greatly beloved by his people. Church Building. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Trustees of .the Christian church, Maitland, Mo., on or before 2-p:. m., Sept 3, 1904, for the remodeling and completion of the Christian-chuih',-rac cording to the'pians and specificans now on file in the office of E? W'eller -at MaitUnd':.,.and-jttEe office of A. A. Searcy, ArchjLtect, at Mry ville, Me. , -The Tghi&nml.hou&.:i? Trustees tocaatr j-ejeckaay andW Vitae Ore and Vitae Ore prepara tions for sale by W. H. Mathews. Selz school shoes for the children at Kbeek fc Hasness. S. N. Bucher's team got away from him, Friday, 26 ultimo; no serious re sults. Fred and Sam Morgan are visiting with relatives in Clinton and Creighton, thi6 state. Miss Josephine Parrit-h, of Craig, was an over Sunday visitor at the H. S. Biggs home. y -GRISW0LD S Best .Flw, made ! by Shanee Milling Co., Topeka, Kansas, sold only by Geo. F. Seeman. H. E. Denny is back from the Rose bud country, where he succedtd in lo cating a very satisfactory lf0 acres of land. Hon. Sam F. O'Fallon, special in spector in the Interior Department.made a brief visit home, over Sunday, return ing Monday to the Indian Territory. The Holt Democracy will hold their county nominating convention at Forest City, on Tuesday, September 13th. The convention will be composed of 70 dele gates. Mrs. I. K. Burnett has re-opened her boarding house, and is now ready to feed and lodge transient boarders, one block west and one blocs: south of court house. Mrs. N, Stock and daughter, Miss Gertie, James B. Hinde, Mina Curry and daughter, Anna, and Miss Mary Zook, of this city, and Mies Anna Fiegenbaum.of St.- Joseph, have returned from the world's fair, For the St. Louis Fair. The Burlington Route is selling round trip tickets to the St. Louis Fair, good for fifteen days, for $11 25. Tickets on sale daily, and good from all points in Holt county. The Mound City Carnival, under the auspices of the Woodmen, was a de cided success. The weather was ideal, and the program, though limited, was a good one. There were several excellent speeches, among them was one from Judge Ellison. The crowd was large each day and the behavior excellent. The Republican congressional con vention will be held at Maryville, Thurs day, September 8th. The delegates from Holt county to this convention are: Vine Hovey, A. E Hibbard, R. Collison, C. O. Molter, T. C. Dunuan, D. P. Dobyns. C. M. Ward, S. W. Aiken, Da vid RomiLe, J. W. Praisewater, W. S. Uodgin, Jacob Wehrli. Katharine King celebrated her birthday, Wednesday, by inviting a number of her little chums to picnic with hvr, and the result was the gather ing of a merry crowd of youngsters in the CbarlejkMyer grove in the after noon, where the time was pleasantly passed eating the many good things and enjoying games of various kinds. Burlington Fair Bates. The Bur'.ington Route is selling round-trip tickets to the St. Louis Fair for 87, good for eeven days. On sale Sept. 1, 6. 8, 13, 15, 20, 22. 27 and 29. Good from all points in Holt county. , ' jF ? " ' - There are now more - than 200,000 miles of roads used for the rural deliv ery of mails. This popular scheme of the government has been in vogue about nine yeare.and is destined certainly soon to prevail in every township throughout the whole country. Would it not .be wit-dom and economy for the nation to nid in "properly constructing these way? Te' "there any good reason why, by the use of automobliles or some similar im proved device for travel over roads, the cost of-delivering the mails might not be wonderfully decreased and the benefits 'at the. same time of this branch of the postal -service to rural sections, be won derfully increased. At 8:30 o'clock,, p. ..m... on Monday last, August 29, 1904, in the Probate Judge'B office.in the court house, Daniel Williams and Lizzie Washington were married. The matter had been kept quiet by "the Senator" and bis intended bride, and the marriage came as quite a pleasant surprise to many of their friends. Mr. Williams is one of Oregon's most intelligent and highly respected young coiorea men, ana nis oriae is a very pleasant appearing young woman, who recently came from Atlanta, Ga. The Sentinel wishes them a realization of every hope .and anticipation of pleas ure in their new relation of husband and wife, that they may have ever enter tained. A letter of inquiry comes to us from C. C. Hawkins, now residing in Miller Grove, Texas, and says he would like to correspond with some of the old resi dents of the county. He used to reside in this county, and left here 28 years ago. Augustus and Harvey Honaker, of Whig Valley, are relations. He en quires about William and Levi Zook, Ira Peter, Sam Ruley, Wm. Cook, Capt. Walters, Thos. Bragg, Milt Moody, Cap tain Canon.Rob't. Patterson, Ellzey Van Buskirk. Of all these, but three, Ruley,' Canon and Patterson are living. If he were to visit old Oregon now he would be surprised at the many changes and find the telephone, electric lights and' waterworks systems here, a perfect rev-. elation to bim. .And the many beauti- fulyhomes buikHd since his depertare -awald-also convince him that'aVjrarJd Mrs. LianieJ a. Kunkel is visiting her parents in La Belle, this 6tate. x-or goua vonee ana xea can up Seeman's store. City phone 64. Mutual 32 .Mrs. Sue Pinkston, of Kansas City, is back home on a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Frank Petree has returned from Iowa points, where she was visit iag with relatives Mrs. Setta Philbrick was called to St Joseph by the serious illness of her fatbeLouis Streckbein. , -rJiqhn Philbrick, of St. Joseph, was in town Tuesday, and "it looked so na tural to see him upon our streets again. Misses Orpha and Mary Whitmer. Jennie Foster and Mattie Jackson, have returned from a sight seeing trip to the world's fair, at St. Louis. LOST Three large fence stretchers. Parties that have our stretchers, please return at once; we need them. SCHULTE BROS. Mrs. C L. Evans entertained a par ty of lady friends at luncheon, Thursday, August 2oth. A game of authors was the amusement, Mr6. Hunt taking the prize. Katha'een Moore entertained a par ty of her young friends at dinner, Thurs day last. The little guests express themselves as having a most delightful afternoon. Editor Moores, of the Jefferson ian was here Monday, and it was his first visit to the town since he located at Mound City. We were glad to. renew our acquaintance. Miss Minnie Rost6ckfend "brothers, Jim and Harold; John Hibbard and wife, Geo. W. Hibbardsnd wife,- Mantle and Jennie Morris; Mrs. R. C. 'Benton and son, Earl, are sight seeing in St Louis. The catalogue of the Fillmore fair, from the Fillmsre Lever press is on our table. It is a splendid piece of printing in every way. The fair promises to be lue oesc ever yei neia. xne dates are September 21-23. mi . a , . mere was irouDie at tne canning factory last week. Mr. Moore had put in a new corn cooker, and when they started up for business, the machine would not do a thing. After the loss of some 40 tons of corn and four days' la bor by H.xp-rt Larkins, who was sent from the factory, the machine was start ed, ami all is now running as smoothly as could be evpected BERTJjJMERC DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore fl'irtjr. ours ! :i. in. to 1:1 m. 1 :30 p. di. io 5 p. Di. t-ine uoia ana Bridge work a Specialty. 'Phones, Old 91, Mutual 43. While attending the ball game in Mound City, Thursday of last week, Billie York, of this city, was struck on the foot by a foul ball, and for awhile was in a serious condition, but we are glad to learn that he is now nearly all right, and will soon be able-to be. out and around- again: fror. a. rt. uoourn, wire ana son, have returned from their vacation they visited in Bowling Green, this state, St Louis and in Ohio.. Prof., looks as brown as a berry, and'we should judge, if there. is anything in loofcs.that fie wilt be able, .both .mentally and. physically, to. cope with anything that,comes along his: way. Go to It. Louis Fair Over the great Burlington Route. Tickets on sale daily, good for sixty days, for $12.56. Good from all points in Holt county. Miss Cora, Mclntyre, of Maitland, who iff a most excellent dressmaker will sew' with Mrs W.'Marjin4Tiagre fall season, beginning Sept. 1st, 1904. Miss'McIntyre has sewed with some ' of the "best dressmakers in Oklahoma and Missouri, and has a perfect system for cutting and, fitting.- Kindly soliciting your patronage, we are yours, McIntybe & Maupin, Oregon, Mo. Burlington Fair Bates. The Burlington Route is selling round-trip tickets to the St. Louis Fair for $7, good for seven days. On sale Sept. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29. Good from all points in Holt county. President R. H. Jesse, of the Uni versity of Missouri, has issued a letter to his students concerning the breaking of contracts to teach that will meet with the hearty approval of school boards, patrons and thoughtful teachers. "In past years," says President Jesse, "some students of the University of Missouri have bet-n elected to positions in schools and thereafter have continued to apply for better positions. In some cases where a better position has been offered later in the summer the student has broken his contract with the school board to accept the better position. When a teacher makes a contract with a school for a session, that contract ought not to be broken by the teacher except by consent of the school authori ties. If the school . authorities . release the teacher voluntarily the better posi tion may be' 'accepted' '-withofct "moral tiini:Jbut not otherwise. : No amount of additional' salary can compensafe-for j Walkover nave oeen demonstrated to be the best shoe for Men and Young Men. We have received .m-mmm .f.11 1.2 "! "I . , 1 uur ian im wmcn latest styles m all leathers. As these Shoes are made wmcn ao blacking nearly all men wear popular it this winter. W. B. HINDE, Oregon, Mo. SCHOOL We have received our School Books and School Supplies for the season. Call early, if you need books, while our stock is complete, to avoid delays. School Books sold for CASH only. HINDE DRUG CO., Oregon, Mo. s r 1 1 r dI12 gies, unving wagons, Carriages and Harness, All up-to-date Studebaker Wagons, the best. 'We have what you want. We will make prices that you can't get Wjji will. sell you goods. if you will come I . : Second Sand Buggies, Wagons and Carriages. Foster jSh Simeons, OREGON, MO. ; Administratrix's Sale. As administrator in charge of the estate of Daniel Hardman, deceased, I will, sell at public auction at the late residence miles'feoutheast of New Point, on Tuesday, September 13, 1904, the following described property to-wit: 2 head of Mares 1 3 year old driver; of 10 head of Cows of which 3 are thoroughbreds and balance high grades, 1 thoroughbred Heifer to be fresh soon; 5 head of Yearlings, consisting of 2 thoroughbred Heifers and 2 highgrade heifers and 1 Steer; 9 Calves, consist ing of 4 thoroughbred males ard 5 high grades of whish 3 are steers and 2 heifers: 3 year old Bull, thoroughbred; 1 1-year old Bull, highgrade; 22 head of Hogs, consisting of 21 head of Spring Shoats, 1 Implements and Harness-.-! Saddle, Hack, 1 Hay Rack, 1 Binder, 1 Mower, 1 Sled, 1 Sleigh, 1 Lister, 1 Drill, 2 Turning Plows. 1 Corn Sheller, 1 Go-Devil, 1 Scraper, 30 bushels of Oats, 11 stands of Bees, 1 Incubator, also household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. AIbo 5 head of Milk Cows. 3 Yearling lings past; 2 Mares, 5 and 7 years old; 1 TERMS On sums of 110 and under, months with approved' security, at 8 per terms vof sale "are'complied with. REBECCA HAHDMAN, Administratrix,, R. C. BENTON, Auctioneer. comprize s an tne very in the East, you are sure to get the latest in shoes. OTTIR, Glazed Kangaroo not scun ana neeas no and is a wonder. As the young men and this shoe it shows how is. Our late Blucher in the Penny Toe is one of the nobbiest shoes that will be worn BOOKS away from.- and eee us. ' ... . ir of the deceased, one and three-fourth 1 1 year old; 28 head of cattle, consisting thoroughbred Male Hog 1 year old. 1 eet of Work Harness, 2 Wagons, 1 Corn Planter, 2 Feed Grinders, 1 Bob Steers, 5 Spring Calves, 2 Mules, year 2-year old Gelding, 1 Berkshire mate -hog? cash in hand; o?tr $10 a credit of 12 cent No property to be remoYfdnnjttf - Mrs. Anna Seeman visited with rel atives in St. Joseph over Sunday. A large supply of Fruit Jars and Stone Ware just received at Seemax's. Mrs. Jacob King has returned from her visit with relatives in Lien county, Kansas. Mrs. Elizabeth Huitt is in St. Jo seph, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Cook. Hi Montgomery and family, of Skid-" more, passed the Sunday here with Father and Mother Montgomery. School opens Monday. Better sae us about a pair of Selz Shoes for the boy or girl. Kreek & Hasness. Mrs. James T. Howell is visiting with her son, Paul .and wife, and also that fine Krand-daujihter, in St. Joseph. The Baker school began Monday of last week, and we guess it is the first to begin the school year. John Peret is the teacher. A. W. King is improving his resi dence property by adding another laree room to his dwelling, which will be used as a dining room. Will Morris, wife and Oakley will leave next Tuesday for Chinook, Mont., where they will make a two weeks' visit with his brother, Bod. Miss Lulu Marsh is io St. Louis at tending the world's fair and enioyio? a visit with her cousins, the Misses May and Julia and Idel Schwidde. Mrs. Sophia Thompeos and son. of Cameron, who have been here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. A Fletcher, re turned to ber home Friday last. Dr. Proud tells us that a girl baby came to cladden the hnmn nf r.hria Meyer, August 26th; that Chris is "just tickled to death" he now has a pair king and queen. The county Democracy hold their county primaries on Saturday, Septem ber 10th, and on the following Tuesday, 13th, they will nominate their county ticket at Forest City. FOR SALE: Corn Harvester, good as new. Call and see it at my place, near Woods school house, three miles eaBt of Oregon, or address me as follows: S. E. Mathews, R. F. D., No. 2, Oregon, Mo. Happy is the eoo or daughter who would as soon be at home as to be away from bome.The son or daughter is to be congratulate'd who has a home with all that will make them happy. Associa tions will be desired from time to time, but all else will be found at home. DENTIST J. C. WHITMER. East Side Sguare, Powell Building, OREGON, MISSOURI, Office Hours: 8:00 to 11:30 a.m. 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. 'Phone 72. The followin ticket has been nomi nated by the Prohibitionists ef Holt county: For Representative, B F. Praiewater For Sheriff, Elza Miller. For Collector, Albert Hardman. For Assessor, W. H. Smith. For Treasurer, W.-H. Kicker. For Coroner.O. C. Hatch. F,ot Public Administrator, Levi Kauff- mac. Judge First District, Wesley Zachman. Judge Secdad Dietrict, W. H..Paxton. Constable' Beaton township, Bippey Vandeventer.' - G. C. Ward, who adsaita haying ea- cased from jail at Crjaig, .. Mo., was ar rested here this awrjpag by Police De tectives Wheeler and Wilaoo. Ward es aped. about a month ago.nd circulars offering a reward .of 25 were sent out. At noon today Ward.wein Binswan- gers saloon at Jiita-.-ana juamoca sYreets playing pool,. when Wheeler and Wilson 'entered. The peculiar deform ity of one of Ward's ears lead - to his identification and Wheeler told him he wah wanted; he coolly asked permission to finish the game of "pool. This was granted and the detectives waited while he cleared the table of balls. Ward said he was wanted on an assault and battery charge, but the local officers believe the charge ib more serous on account of the amount of the reward offered for him. St. Joseph News and Press, August 23. -The sympathy of all go out to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Borcbers of Bigelow, in the death of their little daughter, Har riet, Hged 3 years, which occurred Tues day morning at 7:30 from diphtheria at the home of Mr. F. K. Allen." Mrs. Bor chers came up the first of last week to visit her aunt, Mrs. Allen, and to at tend the Reubioo. The little one was not well and on Wednesday and Thurs day was a little indisposed with what was supposed to be malaria fever. Fri day morning the doctors pronounced the trouble diphtheria. A quarantine was at once placed on the Alien home and every precmutiea taken to prevent the spread of the disease. The best of medical attention arjd aaFfcagwaefiTen the little girl a4 -at ffcetkMttffcer death the sympteemt -diphtheria -toad almost disappeared.ti-ptelrtiTt war too weak to iierferirtto tactics. She i buried Tuesday -afteraooii in the Odd Fellows eemeterf at Meuad City. Corning Mirror. 3 .- .in r ft bids. m A.-SEABC" , k loss of honor.