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Children. MvttfenVjBi PETE 5 HOE 3T.LO Refers Shoe Co. Patent Leather, Surde, Vet vet, Gunmetal and Vici Kid. We show these Shoes made up in the new styles, with one, two and three straps. FITTS-BIMER MER. CO., OREGON, MISSOURI. IT WILL PAY U to sec us for Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Paints and Oils, or ntiy tliiiiK wirriwl in tin- KuriiHur! Mm. W'u lism; tho kooiIh, and will iiinkt! prions that will hi; an iiiducoinisnt. We carry tin; Bent 1'ivpanMi l'uint. Wt; iiiakt; a cptidulty of UNDERTAKING Come in and net; us at onre. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, RAYHILL & MOORE, OREGON,. MISSOURI. Dr. J. L. Hogan, Physician and Surgeon, Forbes, Mo. Ilotli Phone. Ouy .Tones, of Hlgelow, lias lately brought In a couple of car loads of cattle, from Omaha. Do not. forget tliat our fair at Malt land will Ik- held tills )ear. Au gust 'Jl to l' Inclusive. Mrs. George II. Allen N enter talnlnir her mother, Mrs. Mary Ilajius, of Skidmorc. I'earl and Nellie Devorss, of St. .loseih. have liecii spending the week with Mrs. Harry Manna. Dave. Stewart, of Independence, Mo., spent a few das the past week visit Inn his cousin, II. S. Kceves. -Lost -A square cut sack coat, gray In color, between Oregon anil 'F.d. Pulirmau's. Kinder, please leave at this oillcc. Call on County Clerk Zellcr If )ou want a copy of the game laws, Me has Just received a supply for free distribution. FjERj;j3JNERCE. DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. (Wife in tin- MiHirc ll'lilg. limits V -i, in. to IS in. 1:30 i. in. mi p. in. Phones, Old HI. Mutual 4.1. Property for Sale! No, 1. A inn acre farm just 4 miles east of Oregon. ('welling of 1) rooms, built Ifoo; 'J barns 4hx.Mi and '.'0x144, hog house loxso, also chicken and smoke houses. A never falling well with windmill, pipes from samu across the road to east eighty, with h)drant In ham. Apple, peach, pear and cherry trees. Farm well fenced with woven and barbed wlnv some hedge. Three different denominations have preaching In one mile of the farm. One mile In school. In fact a line home In a good neighborhood, Owner will leave two-thirds of selling price on the farm at n per cent annual Interest. Now get. titisy anil see me lor price on mi tine home. No. No. .1. No. 4. No. No. (I. Consists 1I4.'J acres of bottom land with several sets of Improve ments and is a tine raucli for grass or grain of any kind. Will sell separate or all together, hand located -1 miles from railroad town In Holt county. Consists of a farm of l."n acres adJolnlni: Napier on the east, helm: about .'in acres hill land and balance bottom and very tine land, lias dwelling of four rooms, cattle shed, cistern ami spring water; about two acres of orchard. 4 acres fenced hog tlcht balance fenced with barb wire. Will sell for cash or trade for general stock of merchan dise, such as dry goods, hoots, shoes and groceries. See me at once lor terms. Consists of so acres of land, situated 41 miles northeast from Forest City and 81 miles southeast of Mound City, in a tjue neighborhood has dwelling of 7 rooms, ham :Mx4n. smoke and chicken houses, a splendid well of water, 1! cisterns and living water, apples, about hini peach trees, pear trees, cherry, plum and small fruit and fenced into live Ileitis, mostly hog tight: s acres of i miner, only us acres in corn, I acres aiiatia. anil Hie naiance in timoiny aim ciover. i win iikikc you a prlcu on this farm that will sell it. Consists of a dwelling of six rooms, besides halls and closets. Two .L'ooil lots, tlie north lot being suitable for a building site, cave and plenty of water. Price, i.'l.ooo. Located within one block of the court' house square, Oregon. Consists of a farm of loo acres: mi-id fences and plenty of water. (iood house and barn and other outbuildings; located about four miles northwest of Oreiron and about the same instance northeast of Potest City. This farm has plenty of fruit and is a good home for the right parly. Mrs. Iloila Puller-1 iiiiicau. of Cof feyvllle. Kansas. wa the guest of her friend, Miss llortense Imngan. a few da.s this week. When In towncall at LlnCarroll's and get a good, cold drink at the fountain, as he has the only Soda Fountain in the town. Asher S. Irlmcs and F.mtna L. Knox. Isith of Porhcs. were granted a marriage license In St. Joseph, last week. Tuesday, .'d Instant. - Dr. Whltsell. eye and ear special ist: so. corner nth and P.tlmtmil. St. Joseph. Moth Phones. I'lll. Mrs. Ll.le lloecker and grand daughter, Miss Lillian Austin, have returned from a visit In Colorado Springs and other Colorado points. - Mrs. Columbus llrldge and daugh ter Dora are here visiting relatives. on their return trip to their home In St. Louis, after an extended tour of Colorado. Misses Myrtle Piihrman. Maymle (Ireeiie, Lillian Price, and Nell Prye. iind CI) tie Iluley have returned from their visit with Mound City relatives and friends. To prevent the spread of cholera among his hogs.llcnr) .lones.nf itlge- ow, hail an expert to come from Kan sas City, and inoculate about loo head of his hogs. Misses Anna and Helen llest, of Kansas City. Mo., and Inez. Sims, of Holder, Ills., are the guests of Misses Pauline and Marahcc .loues, this week, and taking In the Chautauqua. Sheriff A. U. McNnlty was In Omaha, this week, attending the National Sheriff's Association, In session mere August 7, s and v. There was a large attendance, repre sent Ives being present from every state In the union. - For the next tai das we will make you a special price on Team and Hug gy II urness. c. .1. IYiihmas. Mrs. Alberta (irecn-Murphy has closed her school of music for a few weeks' much needed rest. Her studio has been a busy place this summer. Since .lime I, she lias given ''. mush1 lessons. Work In her music school will he resumed September 4. Thirty )ears ago. .Inly lss, the first legal execution which took place ill Nodaway count) occurred In Maryvllle 011 tliat date.it being the hanging of Allien P. and Charles K Talbot I. In t lie presence of a crowd estimated at over lo.nuu people, for the unnatural crime of murdering their own father on Saturday night September IN 180. No Consists of a '.'iki acre bottom farm without Improvements, and he ill.' a oart of the Michael May tract of land. This farm belongs to one of the heirs out west, and has been placed in my hands to sell oil very reasonable terms. You would do well to look this up. No. I. Is a farm of Iihi acres. Has dwelling of six rooms and dwelling of three rooms: two barns, granaries and hog slieds; mi acres fenced hog tight into three Ileitis; running water, cistern, 1 well: about 4.') acres of branch bottom, does not overflow-Un acres In grass and "ii in timber, which Is also In blue grass. One and one-half miles to lllchvllle- In fact a good farm and it.'i.oo per acre will buy It. v 11 iu . 1 nit i farm of . 11 acres, located one-half mile northeast of For ' ' est (Jltv school building: has dwelling of four rooms, barn lx24, iiniii lino: smoke house, and chicken houses, a good well of water and two cisterns. Price, Un per acre. vn. 10. I have a line proposition for the right man on a. quarter section of iiniii. sitiiatid In tlie orecoti Independent School District. See mo for terms and description. i... ..in.,.. c iiir...i .rural sliil rooms, small hall, cook room, k'ood els . .. wood house, cave, plenty of fruit. Price, Huo. Dwelling In good repair. Come In and INt your property with me. A business contract saying wliat 1 a to do and what you are to do. Over a quarter of a cel. tuts (lea 1 IB ami not one law suit. If you have any Idle money see me a il I III place It for you on good security and at a fair rate of "merest. Yours for Htislness, No, II. o. OREGON. MISSOURI. BUSY AT- CHAUTAUQUA GROUND. HARVEY EVANS. A GUARANTEED CUSTOMER 8 flffunftffl AAfn I ULGA1UIIU MUi f) of Hardware, to make room XJ1, UVUVCO WUIUlUg 111 ilU w . I llefrlgerator. ... price now W.t .Vi I llefrlgerator. IM.So, price now ls..Vi I llefrlgerator, L'L.Vi, price now It'.." I llefrlgerator. ls.T.V price now I.'I.V. I Hammock. f...".o. price now .V.Vi 1 Hammock, .VAn, price now I..M1 I Hammock, 4..VI, price now .'I..VI I Hammock. 4.oo, price now :i.in 1 Lawn Mower, !.., price now 7.o I Lawn Mower, M.im, price now 1 Lawn Mower, ".no. price now .V"i I Lawn Mower. .Vim, price now .'I.T.'i '.' Oil Cooking Stoves. ii;i,im, price now I I..VI I ( ill Cooking Stove, .nn. price now 7.oo lleductlon on Cream Separators. f.i Separator, now " '-" til Sepaiator, now .Vi Separator, now I" All sizes of Ice-Cream Fieeers from .Vic to M...o from regular price. If vou can use any of the above goods, now Is the time lo Imv. for w'e must move stock to make room for our fall stuck of Stoves coming In. Here are some real llargalus. All goods ate marked In plain llgures. If )ou need a liasollne F.nglnc ami Power Washing Machine, call in. We have iheU-st on the mar ket in both, T- Xj- PRICEj HARDWARE, WEST SIDE SQUARE. OREGON. MISSOURI. The Kansas City Weekly Star The most comprehensive farm paper-All the news intelligently told-Fann ques tions answered by a practical farmer and cxperimenter-Exactly what you want in market reports. One Year 25 cents. Aililivss THK WKKKI.V STAR, Kansas City, Mo. THATCH KU & DAWSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Complete Line of Funeral Supplies. Stuppy'H Cut Flowers. Calls Promptly Attended to ul All Times. Uoth PhoneH. OREGON, MO. II. K. Denny, who Is visiting sister In .Minneapolis, .Minnesota, was also up in Sawyer county, Wisconsin, so he writes, and purchased 85 acres of land. The sale was made through V. A. Huntsman, of tills city, who Is agent for the American Immlgra tiou Co., of Chippewa Falls, Wis cousin. -In Reynolds county a man and his 11-year-old sou were out fishing, He shot a snake with a rifle and gave the rltle to the boy to hold. The lat ter placed a new cartridge In the gun and was lowering the hammer, when 11 slipped, discharging the gun. The bullet sfruck the father in the right side causing almost instant death. FARM AND liltA.IMi LANDS. IN THE HEART OF WISCONSIN'S RICH STOCK fc DAIRY Kfc GION. $6.50 TO $20 PER ACRE. AND TEN YEARS TO PAY. Thousands of acres of choice lands in the Hound Lake Country of Northern . Wisconsin and owned by the Amerl-. can Immigration Co..Chlppewa Falls, Wisconsin, are for sale In small or 1 large tracts, These lands are in the hardwood belt and have the most reliable of all soils and are located In an area of abun dant rainfall and pure water. Free Hooks, maps and further partic ulars may be secured from the local representative of the American Im migration Co. W. A. HUNTSMAN. Sales Solicitor, : MISSOURI. OREGON, It's a mighty III wind that don't blow somebody some good. The storm of last Sun.lay struck Scott Ilodgins' house In this city. It blew in a stork right In the house, and Dr. Kvans IhIiil' there compelled it to leave Its change there-a tine baby boy. Miss Lorena Hales, of St. Jo seph, a trained nurse, will look after the two for a few days. Ira. IS HM i.u.wmii.iIm The Annual llcunlon will be held at Craig, August Zi, 24 and M. -When dealing with our adver tisers please mention The Sentinel. -County Clerk Zeller has Just re ceived a supply of game laws for frco distribution. - Itemember the Maltland fair will be held this year, August '.'1st to Inclusive. "Attorney Frank I'etree was at tending to legal business In Omaha, Monday of Ibis week. Miss P.utlora Martin, was tho guest of her friend-, the Dungatis, a few da)s this week. -Mrs. Mary lluckles, of Klnisey district, visited with her cousin, Mrs. Win. Tiirnham, Monday. J. C. WHITAB. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. The drug store of W. C. Pearson, of Corning, as Imrglaried Sunday night of this week. The loss we did not ascertain. Mrs. Sella I'hllhilek. of St. Jo seph, Is spending the week with her sou, Fred and wife, ami other rel atives ami fileniN. A rain measuring l.l.l Inches fell early Thursday morning last, doing a world of good to the corn ami late vegetable and pastures. Iluley - Kunkel want to sell mi your lumber anil building material of all kinds. Tom Armstrong Is luck again, to serve the hungry with his rclMialilo sandwiches, having purchased thu KellTer restaurant at Mound City. Mike Prussinan and son Willie, of ForU's township, left for Colorado last week, where they will visit anil see the sights for two or three weeks. For Sale tine Vertical Lift McCormick Mow er liooil as new. see C. . Lt'KKNM. Mrs. Carrie lloltou and son Har vey, of Scianton, Kan., Is liere for a visit with her mother, Mis. Minnie Flier, and brothers .1 0)111 and .Matt, and aunt "(Justa." Miss Hael Kearney, of Columbia, Is here, the guest or Miss Kathleen Moore. She. tells us that Harold In lawing a course at the Hush Medical college In Chicago. I!ev. II. K. Mower, formerly pas tor of the P.vangcllcal church, lids clt). was heie for a day or two this week, visiting relatives and friends, and taking In the Chautauiua. Ho is now located at lua, a suburb of St. Joseph. The coming home of Mrs, ,eu P10111I, to attend the funeral of her hiishand's father, brings the sad news of the alarming illness of her father, (ilileon Kunkel, at Colorado City, Col. He had I wen unconscious the night previous to her departure, hut had rallied. He was sulTerlng from curicmlc poison. We hope to hear of his improved condition. A ")cggman" went Into Hob Moiitgomerj's house, Sunday, and seemed to be at home, but found that Mr. M. and wife had gone West and were no doubt enjoying the Colo rado mountain breees, It was III Montgomery, who with Ids wife and clilldien came down fiom Skldmore to enjoy the 'iiautauiiia, and again ramble tin ough the old home where, his happy childhood tlas were spent. For Salo due span )oung I halt Horses; In quire at Cltletis Hank, Oregon, Mo. We Sell the Butterick Publications THE DELINERATOR BUTTERICK FASHIONS and EMBROIDERY DESIGN BOOKS -ALSO- Butterick Patterns, 10c and 15c. Fin s - If Its a Kuggy or Wagon you want we will make )ou the pilce, C. .1. I'l'IIIIMAN Some Pedigree Scotch Collie Pups for sale; call on ('has, Hroun, H. I!. I, Forbes, Mo. - Wilder Stevenson, the l.'l-year-old sou of W. C. Stevenson, leshlllig north of Oregon, met with an acci dent, Sunday last, August il, 1011, and was severely injured, He had been attending the Chaiitauiua, and had gone to get. his horse to start up town from the grounds. When ho went lo unhitch the horse Jeiked hack, breaking the hitchstrap. Ho then started to put up the side cur talus, when the horse started; ho made a run and Jumped Into the buggy, grabbing the lines. From some reason he could not get the horse un der control, and he ran on through town, turning seveial corners, finally striking the road straight north for home. When near the home of James It Drown, one of the front wheels went down and he was thrown from the buggy, alighting upon his head, causing a depression In his skull, and also bruising his shoulder and back. Dr. W. S. Wood was called, who rendered I lie necessary surgical attention ami he is now resting easily, hut. not )ul consid ered fully out of dai 0'cr.