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It pays to trade at C W. King's.
Try it -Miss Id Markt is visiting her brother, John and family in Bnrada, Nebraska. Miss Kate Greene of this city, who is teaching the Hogrffe s -hool. is iviu; the best of satisfaction. -Sweet Pickles. the kind you pay 10c per d .en f- r. ou can find at C. W. Kind's for 10c per quart '!' Holt C unty poultry show and Porn 0-.rniv:il wilt be held at Mound City, December 17-21 The p eitiuuj list is in course of preparation. Asse.-sc Will Fitzmaurice. who has been dangei Usiy s-icK at Lis homo in Forest City, with pneumonia, is, we are alHfl to learn, now considered out of danger. Th-re will be a "Box-Supper" and festival at the Bluff City echool house, Alond iy evening, Nov. 26 Eeverybody expected to bring a box. All are cor dially invited to attend. We are informed that Will B. Hinde has accented a Dosition in a drug store at Gleenwood Springs, Colo. We 'wish Will success, for there iB not a better pharmacist in the country than Will is The recent Farmers' Institute held at Maitland, according to the Herald, was one of the most interesting ever held, and of great beneflt. It regrets, however, that the attendance we.s so small. Bert Mann, formerly of Union town ship, now of Oklahoma, is here visiting relatives and friends. His wife is a daughter f Judge Vj.nWormer.of Craig He is looking well, and seems pleased with that country. Mrs. fi. A. Koselius in company with her two daughters and little son. left Thursday last for the Sunny South, where they will remaiu for several weeks. They wilhvisit wih the fami of W. E. Jarrett before returning home The will of Pleas M. Paschali, whose death occurred some two weeks ago, was tiled for probute on Tuesday of last week. Will Zachary and Mell Brum baugh are named as executors, and the will disposes of some 830,000 worth of property. Robert Montgomery has greatly im proved his residence property, by put ting up a handsome porch the entire length of the frontage. It is such an improvement, and will doubtless be en joyed by him and wife, especially in the "good old summer lime." Charley Smith and Tom Hiues, of Upper Holt, have returned from their trip to Virginia,where they took 52 head of Western horses in October. They got rid of their stock, and came back about even, but Charley says, be is satisfied because he is convinced that Holt coun ty, after all, is a darned good place to stay in. ijast weeK, uiarence i? uiierton, o Mound City, wa6 committed to jail charged with having committed an as sauit on Jtutn naynes, the eight year old daughter of Rev. Haynes, of Mound City. Fullerton is about 30 years old, has been married, and hi wife obtained a divorce from him in ou circuit court about a year ago. He will have a bearing before John H. Steele J. P., Wednesday, Nov. 27th. An after card has reached' us an nouncing the marriage of Miss Ethel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. L. Hart the wedding having occurred November 8lh, the fortunate young man being Francis Marion Reed, Jr., and they will be home at Afton, I. T , after January lot. The bride is a Holt county produc tion, having spent her barefooted da in Maitland, and of course her many friends up thi-? way will sincerely wish for her a loo and beautiful life and none will bo more sincere in their well wishes than The Old Sentinel. These occasions are the forceful reminder of how swiftly the Bands of .the glass are passing, for it seems so short a time when she was but a little bit of girl Ethel, dear, may God ever be with you JerEey Cream Flour, the Best on : Earth, for 81.13 at C. V. 'King's, i i Dr. J. P. Robinson will preach at i the Christian c iiirch in this city next; Sunday,morning and evening. Mrs. Geo. Ltiur, of Wes'boro, and Mrs F. Reews, f Tarkio, were vieitmg their cousin. C B. Ravhill. la?t week. There will be a box supper at the Benton school house. Tuesday evenin , November 27th. 19liG. Even body cor dially invited io attend. Ed Smith, of Mound City, one of the leading merchants, of that city, was attending Probate court, last week, and looking afttr other business interests. The ''Klondyke'' Union Suit for chil dren is the best underwear for cold weather that you can put on your girl or boy, sold by C. W. King at 50c per suit. Try it, and ou will always buy it. Rev. Chaj les Evans will preach at the Presbyterian church at Oregon next Sabbath, November 25th, at the usual hours, Hnd at Woodville at the usual hour. A full attendance is requested. There will bo a "Pie" social, given by the ladies of the Kimsey school dis trict, at the school house on next Satur day night, November 24. Money to be used for school purposes. Everybody come. Charles Ileadley returned Saturday of last week frt;in Columbus, O , where he farmed the past season, and will re main here now. and will likely rent his Grandmother Fletcher's place, which he will farm the coming season. Among the many outside visitors to our annual Mum show, the young crowd was augmented by the coming of the Misses Jessie Philbrick. Hallie McKee. Majone Durand and Hazel Claiborne, all of St Joseph. They were an attrac tive bunch of girls, and they seemed to snjoy their visit here with friends and relatives. It may seem strange, but Will Pen nell was busy threshing oats Tuesday of this week, Novemb-r 20. Talk ab mt your line climates this is one of them. The reason for this late threshing, on Will's part, is explainable, however, and it is that he was waiting for the comple tion of his fine new barn, and into which he put the oats. That the name "Burlington" so long familiar in the railroad world, may be eliminated entirely and the name of the Great Northern substituted, is a report now current in many newspapers. For 50 years the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, better known as the Burlington, has been one of the big railroad systems ot the Mississippi valley and to eliminate the name would be the wiping out of one of the "land marks" of railroad men and the traveling public alike. Mr. Philip Markt was in Barada, Neb , last week and a part of thip week, taking care of the store belonging to his brother John, who with his vife and children, were called to La Harpe, Allen county. Kansas, by the sickness and death of Mrs. Markt's mother, Mrs. A. J. Sutton, who died, Friday, November 16, 190(5. Mrs. Sutton will be well re membered by many of our citizens, hav ing resided here in Oregon and at d ffer- Do you find if Difficult to read By artificial light? Or to sew? Or to do any . work that requires a good deal of e e work? Headaches follow, more than likely accompanied by dizzy sensation. It's your eyes without a doub'. The symptoms are well known to opticians, and they mean that the eyes are weak, or that they have been overworked. Let me investigate It is almost a certainty that glasses are needed. If you will call some day I will tell you all about it. CAREY E. BUNKER, OPTICIAN, OREGON, MISSOURI. Alr Grese7 boxey for 2oe at C Kit '. . i Mrs. Ruber'. Marion, of Fillmore.! visited her daughter, Mrs. Aut Curry, I last week. Three secnd-hand cook stoves and seven second-hand hentii-g stoes for sale cheap Ht Schul'e Bros. - Put in jour window lights at d pre pare for winter. You can find glass ail sizes and prices cheap, at E O Phillips' Drug Store, Be nwful nice if the vv mimvs ;it Mm school building were repaired and liv d j up so that the wind would imt whiai-t through them like a sieve Robert Morii- and wife, --f ('hinniv. Mont., arrived her.- yes'erd.iy. called b) the serious illn-s (if his sister, J a i . who has been al ir ningly si -k the past we k -The M itlaud Fair direct rs have contracted for the erection f a n-w floral hall, to be o ;tagou:i 13 feet ir diameter and i wo stories big., ltuil cost ab ut 81 000. Does your feet hurt? Have ou cornr or bunions? If you have wiu shuttle bby a pair of Brown's Star-5 Star Shoes The easie-t shoe on earth, they w ll du you good. Sold by C W. King. We want the proper authorities to please bear in mind, that it would be n very good idea tn have the windows in the school building repaued - in fac . new casiugs and windows are needid Ernest. Hodgiu has accepted a posi tion and is now '"making a foil hand" with the I. E Gilbert it Co , of thir ci . Ho invites his many friends throughout Holt county to call and see him when in the city. Davy Young, it used to be li'tle Daw, is visiting his sister, Mrs Paul Frye, of this city, and his many former school chums.Dave is now a much larger man than his father D. A. He is now living in St. Joseph and reports his fath er and mother enjoying good health, and that his father is now in especially gi i d health. Jim Rostock met with quite a little accident, but which, fortunauly was not serious, Friday of la-t week, November 10, while pulling the trap for the boys who were shooting "Blue Rock6." By some means the trap arm flew up and batted him one on the left side of the head, cutting a gash that necessitated several stitches. He is now all right. The I Biq 1 r rum A FINE CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR A FULL YEAR! 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Every isue is furl of hrilli-nt and fascinating S-ria' and Short Stores, o igii al art in es mi "The oru of the World," with dep- rt ments covering all phases of "The Home Life and the Person," and with many inspirational features Regular Price, per year, 1.00 established in 1SG5 The nldpst newspaper in Holt County. Gives all of te important Local Events Historical. Statis tical and Hiographi -al. No superior county paper in the state. Regular Price, per year, 1.50 !S4 I Fine Farm For Sale. 220 acre, well improved farm adjoin ing Bigelow. Good orchards and build ings; fine bottom land. Known as Peter Riley farm. Will sell at bargain for next 30 days. If interested write LOVE & GRIMES, Owners, Woodbine, Iowa. The silent reaper has again visited our community and this time it took our fellow-townman, Ivan Mace. Ivan was at work Saturday and went home at night sick, phjsicians were called, and decided he must be taken to St. Joseph and be operated on .for anpendicit s. He was taken Sunday at noon, and operated on that evening and after much suffer Jnnr rtil IVpHnpsHnv mnrrina Movpmhfr ent points in the county for a number of , '.n.,n TI. . . . 1 . ..I., j '14,1906. His reman s were brought to vears wuu ner i usuauu, o. auu mm- . ,1T , , . , f . J Craig W ednesday evening and the funer Hv. ftlrs. marKt nas me sincere sym pathy of many friends in Oregon vicinity in her bereavement. 1 nl ojrrii-PG nnnrhmtpH nt: th P!hrlat5nn I church by Elder Baird, of St Josoph? ! Friday morning. The I. O. O. F. lodge Eppa Cropp.now in the railway mail J officiating at the church and the Modern service on the Chariton Branch, from I Woodman at the grave, he being a mem St. Joseph to Des Moines, la , is forging ber of both orders. He was born in to the front ss one of the best men in Atchison county, in 18S3. Craig Leader, the hervicp, and "on the 12th of this We are to lose one of our best citi month took an examination in St. Jo-J zeDS) and most substantial farmers in a seph.throv.ing 1,484 cards in 59 minutes, short tjme jirt Ulrich Burger, residing about six miles northeast of Oregon He has purchased 40 acres of land, adjoin a little more than 25 cards per minute, and out of the bunch only made seven wronj, thtows. vVe are proud of Eppa, fer we claim hiru as a Holt county boy, and which he comes mighty near being. ing Savannah, on the west, paying 8150 per acre for same It is a fruit farm, just wnat Mr. Burger wanted, be says, He was born in Platte county,this state, j ag he has gereral boys that he will have but when a small child removed to Hel wig with his parents, his father having died several years ago, but his mother, Mrs Emma Cropp still resides there,and for a long time Eppa was engaged in the mercantile business there you, Eppa. Thursday next will be Thanksgiv ing Day, and while we have much to be thankful for, there is no class of peo to keep employed, and this will give them something to do. He was offered 6500 for his bargain, and thinks he has acquired a valuable piece of property, which we think is true, laying as close to Here's to I Savannah as this doe-. He still retains his line farm of over 200 acres here, and has rented the same to Bert Intermill. We are indeed sorry to lose this estim able family, but sincerely wish them health aud prosperity in their new pie who have more to be thankful for than the average farmer of today.-es j home pecially the farmer who has been placed j Holt county apples for the James on the rural free delivery route. As a town Exposition. 100 barrels were want-clas-i there is no more obliging and ac ed for this show, and the contract was commodating class of men than the just about to be given to a South Mis rural free delivery carrier of Holt coun- eouri firm for the entire lot, when one of ty they are alive to their every duty. J the commi-sioners from North Missouri, and it matters n t what the conditions! said thi- would be an injustice to North of the weather may be, they are out over Mis-ouri, and through him the contract their routes delivering their mail, and 1 to furnish 50 barrels was given to N. F. fnlfillinj? their duties in the highest 1 Murray, who collected the fruit from sense. Patrons of'the routes, as evidence of your thankfulness for this great the orchards of Joseph'H. Murray .George R. Murray, Win. Brodbeck and his own. blessing that has come to you, and ap j The apples were selected and handled preciation of the services of these meD, remember them on next Wednesday as they make their rounds; to have at your biix for them, a sack of corn or some thing of a like substantial character. They will not forget it, and down in their hearts will be a deep sense of grat itude for your kindly remembrance. Who extends to you so many little acts of kindness during the year? this pack age is taken to you, or he carries one for you to a neighbor the carrier. Re member him in some way, on Thank giving Day, and our word for it, you will never forget it it will be bread cast upon the water?. with great care, aud each specimen, double wrapped in paper, packed in bar rels, and placed in cold storage in St Jo seph, where they will remain 'til waDted for the exposition. Mr. Murray informs us that he has collected fruit for many of the large expositions, for the one held at Chicago, also for Rochester, Omaha, Paris, France and many others, at all of which North Missouri fruit has won a large part of the gold medals and di plomas awarded to Missouri fruits. Mr. Murray informs us, that no finer, more perfect and higher colored fruit ever went from Holt county, than the 50 bar rels for the Jamestown exposition. The regular price of these 4 great publications is $6.50 OUR PRICE IS : : : : : $3.50 SUBSCRIPTIONS. NEW OR RENEWALS. TO ANY OF "THE BIG FOUR" MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME. SEPARATE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE MAGAZINES WILL NOT BE RECEIVED. THE FOUR PUBLICATIONS MUST BE SENT TO ONE ADDRESS. Send ali orders to THE SENTINEL, Oregon, Missouri. School Clothes m For that strenuous American boy should be made of "iron. jr We have the next ' thing to it. T Double, re-inforced " seams, made to stand the strain. fir Dress the little fel ' low like the little man he is. jr Cultivate in him that desire to be ' dressed right; this you can best do by giving him ,4the habit" of coming to this store. Gilbert & Company, CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, OREGON, MISSOURI. Mies Selma Kaho, the sparkling teacher of the Fortesuue school, whs here Friday, enjoying a visit with Mrs. Alberta Green, and also took in the Mum show. Mis9 Selma is one of those teachers whose heart and soul is in her work, and with these qualities upper moat, she is hound to become one of Holt's strongest of teachers. Oregon vs. Kansas City, aturday, November 24. Best ftnme of tbe season. You can c.et B. F. F. Remedies at E. O. Philip0, Druygist, successor to C. O. Coal at Ruley & Kunkel's. Cranberries, Celery and Oysters at Moore & Kreek's. Oregon vs. Kansas City, Saturday, November 24 Best game of the season. For Sale At Presbyterian parson age buggy and harness and household furniture. H. W. Montgomery, of Skidmore, made a brief visit here last week with his father and mother. Mrs. Kate Floltz has been ppending' the week in St. Joseph , visiting with her brother. VV. A. Graham and family. Miss Birdie Crooro, of Port Arthur, Tex., is visiting her granrmother, Mrs. Mary Fletcher, and will remm'n for sev eral weeks. J. J. Kneale and sister, Mrs. Srah Carroll, of Wilcox, Wash., are here. caned oy tne serious sickne93 of their father James Kneale.wbo still continues very sick. Poland China Hogs. A few Poland-China male hogs, lirge enough for service, for sale. Call or. ALF. BAilLER. Mrs. Jennie Morris, of the Marion district, is very sick with congestion of the 6tomach and bowells. At this writ ing she was thought to be a little better, but not yet out. of danger. John Wcods and Miss Cora Sipes, ' of Forbes, hied themselves away to St. Joseph, Monday of this week, November 19, 190(5, where it is repdrted that they were married. Tek Sentinel extends congratulations. The popular Curts Dramatic Co., with the favorite and talented comedian, Mr. M. H. Curts. will appear at Forest City opera boute for two nights, opening next Monday evening, November 26th,in the rattling farce comedy, "A Foxy Un cle." introducing specialties between each act. A new play on Tuesday night to be announced. Don't miss it. Adults, 25 and 35c, children 15c. Reserved seats now on sale at Tea re's, 35c. Oregon now has a bakery, and the Fry Brothers, who have made this ven ture, should be given a liberal and re- i munerative patronage. They are excel lent young men, have a snap and get up i about them, that means business on i every hand. They have secured tbe ser vices of an experienced baker, and fresh bread, cakes, etc.. can always be bad at this place. They have opened a stock of groceries and meat market in connec tion, and they will be pleased to wait on all the Proud, Oregon, Mo. For Rent -A sore building in a small i you in their place of business, town in Holt county: good location. Ap- j day long, in tbe Keevcs bui'ding on the j ply to Pf.tree & Besto". "Korner."