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The Holt County sentinel. (Oregon, Mo.) 1883-1980, August 16, 1907, Image 8

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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 3, 4, 5 and 6, 1907.
BiGrATE FEES: General admission, 25c: Children, 15c: Season Tickets, 50c; Single Horse and Busrffv, 15c: Double Teams.
25c. For further particulars, call on or address,
CHARLES E. MEYER, Manager. R. C. BENTON, President. R. G. RULEY, Secretary.
J Hsyluiii at St. Jos-ph, amounting to 81,-
ls lb. was c rdered allowed ine in
mates now in the asvlum are:
County Court.
The county court was a very busy
body last week, as the August term is
usually a very busy one, and they were
kept busy from Mouday 'till Saturday.
They made au inspection of the county
infirmary and found every thing in per
fect order.and the crops most promising.
Notice from the State Superintendent
of Schools, of the apportionment of state , Rachael Brownlee, Ida Henderson,
school money to Holt county, in the ' kucinda Armstrong.Sarah Dickson,
sum of 86,518 95, was received and filed, A. F. Armack was named as road ever
and State Auditor authorized to issue) seer of district 42; Robert Randall for
Emil Musch,
Chas Thomas,
Gould Erwin,
Wm. Baker,
Wm. Peters,
Jonas Denny,
Jr hn Bowen,
Hatch Dodge,
Dennis Callahan.
Laura Catron,
Ar'ementia Drury. Martha Gillis,
The Nodaway Valley Agricultural
Association "Will Give Their An
nual Fair and Race Meeting
a t Maitland August
19 to 23, 1907.
Wednesday and Thursday, Au- Special Train from Bigelow
gust 21 and 22, a special train to Maitland Fair next Wednes
will run from Bigelow to Mait- day and Thursday, August 21
land, $1.04- for round trip from and 22, $1.04- for round trip
his warrant for the amount.
James Hamilton andW. A. Lowe filed
their bonds in the sum of ?500 each, not
to adulterate liquors.
The court refused to allow claim of
Isaac Griffith on account of road dam
ages. The petition asking for the removal
of the seat of government from Oregon
to Mound City, was taken up by the
court, and an order for an election to
votu upon the proposition was ordered
of record.
C. T. Graves aud others filed a peti
tion asking for the vacation of a certain
road in Clay township, and continued to
the next term.
S. B. KietTer was appointed Constable)
district 62; Chas. McAfee, district 79
Perry Anselmeut, district 27, and bonds
filed in the sum of 620 each.
County Clerk Zeller tiled report of
fees received during quarter ending
June 30,1907. Total fees,$721.10:clerk and
deputy hire, $549.50: excess of fees, $171.
G0 Bridge Commissioner Morris was or
dered to contract steel bridges at the
following places:
A 22 loot span near Levi Kaufman's
place near Maitland.
A 22 foot spau at Wm. Mills' place in
Clay township.
A 22 foot span at the Judge Bradford
place in Clay township.
A 22 foot spau at Robert Brown's
of Clay township, Vice P. F. Colwell re-! near Mound City
signed and his bond for 82,000 was filed
and approved.
The appointment of John J. Foley as
deputy assessor, by Assessor Fitzmau
rice, was approved by the court.
Circuit Clerk Cook filed his report of
fees collected, amounting to 6215.45, and
deputy hire, 624; amount of criminal
cost bills riled, $53 G5.
Collector Seeman was relieved from
visiting various points in the county for
the collection of taxes.
The County Clerk was instructed to
A 2G foot span near each of the follow
ing places: Horace Larkam's. Abe
Louck's: J. B. Duncan, all near Mait
land, and a 40 foot span near Asa
Sharp's place in Union township. The
totnl cost will be about 62.200.
The Maitland Fair has become a per
manent fixture, as well s one .f the
most successful Fairs of Northwest Mis
souri. Very liberal premiums in eveiy
department have brought to our .show
rings some of the finest Cattle, Hogs,
Sheep, Horses and Poultry rrtised m
Holt, Atchison, Nodaway and Andrew
counties. This year promises to bo the
most successful Fair ever held in Mait
The purses in the Races are good, and
the classes are so that every hnrse in the
country can get a start. Our line of at
tractions this year will be something
new and attractive.
Take a few days' lay-off and come and
see what we have
Teachers Examinations.
The management of the Maitland
Fair have made arrangements for a
special train on Wednesday and Thurs
day of next week, August 21 and 22,
from Bigelow. The fair will be 6104 for
the round trip from Forest City. To
make connection with this train take
Omaha Flyer at Forest City in the
morning. Here is a chance to attend
one of the best fairs in Northwest Mis
souri. Take a day off and attend. Vou
can leave here at 7:30 a. m., and return
home same evening.
Forest City. Take the Omaha
Flyer in the morning to connect
with this train.
The August examination for the teach
ers of Holt county will be held in the '
Maitland High school buiidir.g on the!
23 and 24 of the month. The order of j
certify the amount of rad district tax j the subjects will be I
At the late home of Mrs. D
Oregon. Mo.:
White Bedroom Suit, eight
The music loving people of Oregon
were favored with a rare treat last Fri
day evening, when Prof. Claude Rader,
concert violinist of the Kansas City Con
servatory of Music, made his violin talk
exquisitely to the audience which met
him at the Presbyterian church. Mr.
Rader is certainly quite a virtuoso and
used his bow with great skill and his
beloved instrument, which is exceed
ingly old and priceless, responded to his
touch in a most pleasing manner.
The numbers were all well rendered
from De BeriotVConcerto Militaire"and
Wieniawsk's "Legende" and "Sans
Paroles, pieces of great brilliance to
the "Traumerei" of Schuman and Schu
bert's Serenade" whose sweet strains
charmed to the utmost.
Pie was accompanied by Miss Olive
Roberts, who proved herself an artist in
her line, her sympathetic playing show
ing her to be a real accompanist. Oregon
people are particularly interested in Miss
Olive as she spent her early girlhood in
our little city, while her father was pas
tor of the Presbyterian church here.
On account of the great heat, the
I audience was not nearly so large as it
j should have been, but those who atten
ded felt well repaid for the exertion of
E. Bennett I ?oin-' out
from Forest City.
-Paris Caldwell,
Forest City.
Fred Alkire spent one day in St. Jo
seph, last week.
H. E. Burrett, of Mound City, was
in the city, Saturday.
Mrs. Gertie Ir.termill left for her
home in Colorado, Sunday.
--Miss Grace Efner was the guest of
Miss Anna Springer over Sunday.
Harry Robinson, of Villisca, la.,
visited friends in the city, Monday.
Wm. Bledsoe, in the country, is re
ported very sick with typhoid fever.
Mr. Vine Hovey, who has been quite
sick for several days, is now improving.
Neville Dickson sold his farm to S.
E. Fields, last week. Consideration
Mrs. Oscar Moore and children visi
ted relatives, in Mound City, over last
Mrs. Carrie Long and children are
spending the week at the home of Omer
Miss Catherine Terry has returned
from an extended visit with her sister in
the country.
Henry Maguire and wife, of Kansas
City, are visiting their mother, Mrs.
Francis Maguire.
Miss Murl Baker and Hallie visited
their sister, Mrs. Larkius, in Bigelow,
several days, last week.
Misse3 Pansv Lvon and Grace Cole-1
Wednesday and Thursday,
August 21 and 22, a special
train will run from Bigelow to
Maitland, $1.04-for round trip
from Forest City. Take the
Omaha Flyer in the morning at
Forest City to connect with this
Gertie Intermill and Mrs. Grace Jones,
visited relatives in Oregon, several days,
last week.
H. D. Conner, W. L. Pearson, and
Misses Maude Baker and Delia Apgar,
spent Sunday evening in St. Joseph, at
Lake Contrary.
to the various road overseers of the
amount of tax due in their respective
districts. He was also ordered to make
tho railroad tax books in accordance
with the valuations as established by
the State Board of Equalization,
Bills for the care and maintenance of
the 10 wards of the county in the state
FiirsT Day
Geography, Grammar, Algebra, Spell- j
ing, Language. Arithmetic, Literature; ;
Skcoxd Day j
Reading, Civics, U. S. History, Science, !
Physiology, Pedagogy, Adv. History, t
Gkoihjf. W. Reavis, j
Countv School Commissioner. 1
Single Iron Bed: Bed Spring; Tufted drowned near pmic Creek, Okla., Sntur
Couch; No ;; A rL Garland Hard Coal, . , . 1A ,,,n tl
Stov. used one winter: Small Heating , da' laE- August 10, 11)0,. He in com-
Stove: .New Process Gasoline Stove, used : pany witn relatives were seining in me
five months: small .Refrigerator, used . Salt River, and the entire-nart consist- i Mnnm! f'itv vi-otnsr. Sunda .
ing ot u . a. ratier aim uaugiuer w.u; , i;,,,,;,. vViUiams of
j The bodies of John Pontrip, a farin
jer whose home was one half mile from
Nodaway, and Everett Calvert, a farm
hand, were found in a well on the Pon
trip farm last Friday night, August 9th.
The men apparently had been dead some
hours, supposedly from fire damp. It is
the theory of neighbors that Pontrip,
who was cleaning the well, had been
overcome by damp and that Calvert, on
going to his rescue, met a like fate. Pon
trip, who was a bachelor, lived alone
and the first intimation that the men
were missing came when Calvert's wife,
who, worried over his failure to return
home in the evening, notified neighbors,
who instituted a search for the men.
Calvert was 23 years old and leaves a
widow and one child. Pontrip was 45
years old.
Will Hendricks has an eight acre
tomato patch, several big rock contracts
on hand besides his regular farm work,
and lift nppr?c hnnrlc t ra II onrlrlolrs
of Savannah, was , man, of Oregon, were the guests of Miss , , . , ,
Lottie Williams, Saturday. ! a good deal of Will, so she presented
J. W. Keenan, Fr-d A !kire and the j him with anotner n pound boy last
Misses Olive and Margaret Bod were !; Mondav morning the 12th inst." Will
Hvp months? Mnlmiranv Mnair r?nl;-.m
200 feet wire fencing; Carpets: Chairs: ,' , , ,JertH. V-iHiams, ot .-iuazonia, is
Stands; Bedding; Kitchen Ware: Garden U ,ihur 1 ,att und and 1 an3 tjhld" I visiting here this week, the guest of his
Implements: Curtains, etc. j well, became entangieu in me seine, arm rand,irMit. W. H. Williams and wife
Phone, lndenendent I l.i. (;h st the entire nariy were sweni unuer ny
house Fridas and Saturdays.
( the swift current, and were drowned.
Mrs. Secnst and daughters, Mrs.
thinks the boy will be big enough by
fall to help pick tomatoes anyway.but he
says he is going to serve a written no
tice on Dr. Evans to keep that old gray
horse away from his premises four boys
and four girls are enough.

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