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The Holt County sentinel. (Oregon, Mo.) 1883-1980, October 11, 1912, Image 3

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Here's a picture of two home adjoining and occupy
ing equal (pare. One cot a hundred thousand dollar,
Ibo other the llftleth port of It. Tin- Single Tnxrrs from
nil parti of the United State nave concentrated their
efforts In an experiment on Mlsnouil, If they win In the
election Nov. S, that $100,000 bonne will pay exactly the
am amouit.of taxes lliut the C'.ooo houst adjoining
pay. The automobile, atone wall and silk hat will par
nothing. Nor will the biiftlneaa blocks, warehouse, cub,
bonds, motors and mortcaces In the possession of tb
owner of the $100,000 mansion, pay one penny of taxea.
Unless you want Missouri to have that kind of taxa
tion than vote "No" on tha tax aaeodmwt alectioi
Nov. S.
Mercantile Heart of Northwest Missouri
Affording immense baying advantages to the people of four states. The fore
most retail establishment of St. Joseph the Hub of the Retail District.
From Europe nnd the Mercantile Centers of our own Country VAST QUANTITIES of
NEW FALL and WINTER MERCHANDISE have been gathered for our iituuy
department!), comprising the choicest merchandise that the world produces, each exhibit being
the greatest in its line St. Joseph hus ever seen.
These stnteinciitf apply with speeial emphnsis to the Charming displays of Women's Suits,
Coats. Furs. Dresses nnd Rendy-to-Wenr of all kinds for Women. Misses and Chijdren, Mil
linery, Shoes, Rugs. CariK'ts. Draperies, Pianos, Silks, Dress Goods and Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery,
Underwear, Corsets, Lutes, Embroideries, Ncckwenr, Ribbons tint! Fancy Goods of every de
scription. Housekeeping Linens, Blankets und Bedding, Housefurnlshlng, Queensware, Gluss
wure. etc., eta
We Extend a Cordial Invitation to All
and especially to those who expect to le in SL Joseph during
to visit the store, to inspect the generous assortments of new Merchandise now on view nnd to
profit by the pronounced buying advantages that obtain here on practically every per
sonal and household need.
Make the store your headquarters. Let us tuke care of your gnps and bundles.
Arrange to meet your friends at TOWNSEND fc WYA'iTS".
Use our telephones, our rest rooms and every store comfort und convenience.
You are sure of a cordial welcome here whether you wish to buy or not.
The store is most convenient to hotels, theatres, street cars, ticket office and railroad eta
tkus. WELCOME:
Member of Ibc.Jietail Merchant' Auociatlon Railroad Fare Rebated.
Fifth and FeUx Streets, St. Joseph, Mo.
Hunting Notice.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned' that no trapping with any
device, and no hunting with guns, or
otherwise will bo allowed upon any of
our lands, farms or premises, In Holt
count v, Missouri. Any person or per
sons found so trespassing, .trapping or
hunting upon any of our lands, farms
or premises will bo arrested and pros
ecuted to the full extent of the law.
T. C. Dungan, L. I. Moore,
UliarieM a. Aitbiiiiiaii, , (
lluirli Uurrler.
Charles Ilartram,
II. Vandeveer.
Harry Kreek,
Aut Curry,
fc'rnnk A linn.
Andrew Hnrrldr,
Susannah Itussell,
H. E. I'eret,
Alex. VanJIusklrk;'
i;narieo mnyer.
Grapes for saliv In quantities to
suit the purchaser, by Mrs. M,
You can not afford to miss Or. S.
L. Williams' lecture, "It's a Man's
.lob," at Woodville, Sunday after
noon, October 'JO,
T. T. Wilson and L. W. Not ley,
two of lllgelow's prosperous farmers,
were here Tuesday, and attended the
Anti-Single Tax meetlng.
Thknton, Mo., October 7, lOia.
1 am no longer in Kentucky, but am
holillnc forth at (Corner Tenth and
Clark streets, Trenton, Mo. Held
our tlrst service r.ere yesterday. Mis
gourl.ls good enough for us.
James M. Walton,
-The protracted meeting closed
Sunday night.
-Mr. Hroadhurst, from Arkansas,
is visiting friends, here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lord, of Maryvlllu,
are visiting Mr. Skelton and wife.
Little Lenorc Andler, who was
very sick, last week, Is much tietter.
The school Is doing nicely under
the excellent management f Mr.
Skelton. Fifty-one enrolled.
-Mrs. Klla Hulton's sate was very
well attended and 'prices reasonaiil)
good. The ladles' club served lunch.
MIssIAvIs Murray has relumed
from a vl-.lt. with her uncle, Lewis
Heeler anil lamiiy, at, tviilt, Ulomi,
-Mrs. Maud Lampkln, of Los
Angeles, l.'altf., visited her nephew,
Sam Now lex, anil friend, Mrs. llcsslc
Statey, last week.
-Mrs. Klla llutton and llttledattgh.
ter, Drucc, und sister, Miss Lulu
tntermlll, expccMu leave u a week
for their new home at llatttim, t.'olu
rado. They will be sadly missed.
Napier and Vicinity.
- Km Martin was In Mound City,
Saturday, on business
" W. fi. t.'ralg, of Napier, was in
I'ortcscuc. Friday, on business.
Mr. Sinclair Is delivering mall on
lluute I, while Frank Acton Is taking
Ids vacation.
-(Illmaii Walden, L. A. Ilanksand
A.. I. Ogdcn have sold their orchards
to .lames Shumate.
-Mis Alice Hanks, of Nebraska,
visited a few days, last week, with
her brother, L. A., and family.
W. K. Ilennett, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, was here last week.looklugafter
his farm, northeast of Napier.
J. T. Ilirinlnghaui, of Forest City,
was in Nupler, Saturday, to see his
mother, who Is very sick at this writ
T. ('. Dungan, of Oregon, had his
hired men hauling baled hay from his
bottom farm In this vicinity, last
Mrs. Klmer Swope and daughter,
Dorolha.lcft Tuesday, fora visit with
her parents und other relatives In
A. L. (Vc, of Ilea. Mo., was In
Nupler, Friday, on business. We un
derstand Mr. Case Is going Into the
hotel buslines at Ilea.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hanks and
daughters, Kdmee and Lorcue, and
son, Louis, were In Fortcscue, one
tiny, last week, visiting.
-.lames Shumate, of Forest City,
with a crew of men, havo been busy
n this neighborhood, barreling and
loading apples, this week.
-I'hll Davis of Mound City, N mak
ing preparations to put a concrete
walk In front of his store building at
Napier, which Is occupied by Sidney
Word was received from W. I
Chambers and family, of llolmesvllle,
Nebr.. that they were moving to
Nebraska City, whciu W. I. has a
position with a medicine company.
W. I. and family formerly lived in
this nclghlxirhood.
During the Fall Festivities, com
mcuclng October Uth, our Studio will
he open to all out of town visitors
This will be our part of St. Joseph's
810) Frederick Ave.,
St. Joseph, Mo,
Farm For Sale !
40 acoes, 21 miles southeast of Ore
gou. Good house and barn; good or
chard; good cistern at house, never
falling stock well. Come and see me
tor luriner particulars.
Oregon, Mo
Who's the Doctor?
Farming laud in South
tint Idaho in the Snake
Kiver Valley.
Government reports show
it to ho ouo of tlit) most
productive valleys in tho
Went for Hay, Grain and
Fruit of all kind.
Wo havo bargains in
farms, ranging from 40 to
040 acres, with Rood rail
road advantages and homo
For circulars and infor
mation write to the fellows
you know.
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Mlt, AND M US. W. W. PIIAXKtt.
The Grim Reaper.
Kit A'. I'll .
It Is with keen sorrow that we an
nounce the death of Mrs. W. W. Fra
zcr, of Mound City, which occurred at
her home In Mound City, Wednesday,
Octolicr :i, 1012, at. the ripe old age of
K4 years, after a residence of 4.'l years
In that city and vicinity.
Mrs. Fraercame to Kenton town
ship wllh her husband, the late W.
W. Fraer. from Shlppensbnrg, I'a.,
In istm, locating on a farm north of
Mound Cltv. Trior to her marriage,
he was Mary Ann Mickey, and le
came the wife of Mr. Fraer In Penn
sylvania In Isis.
They left the farm In a few years
and located In Mound Cltv. where
Mr. Fra7.cr engaged In the hardware
business, and later built, the Midland
hotel In 1!M), which they opened Sep
tember in, Is'.mi. (lapt. Fruer died
August :i, inns, and since which time
Mrs. Fraer with a daughter, Mrs.
McCoy, has been residing at the Mid
land, which bus been clo.u'il to the
general public for several years.
Mrs. Fraer Is survived by her seven
children, Clare, John, Mrs. C. II. Mc
Coy and Mls. Anna, of Mound City:
Andrew, of Crow Agency, Mont.: Mrs.
John Longnecker, of Sioux City, la.,
and Mrs. Jennie llollmbaugh, of Al
cova, Wyo.
After a long, busy and useful life
she died as she hud lived honored,
trusted and loved, She reared her
own monument while she lived In the
hearts of all who knew her. Her life
work was completed, If work all done
and well done const It uteseoiuplel Ion.
She and husliaud were of the origi
nal class that orgaulcd the Mound
City Presbyterian church, which was
orgaul.ed by the llev. K. II. Sherwood
In Muv. IKiJ. und retained her mem
bership up to I he close of her earthly
career. HerChrNtlan life was beau
tiful from Its beginning to ll cloe,
and throiiL'h all the vicissitudes and
sorrows that she met In Hie way, her
faith In 1 1 tin never faltered.
Impressive funeral services were
held from the Presbyterian church,
Friday last, conducted by her pastor,
Hev, W. II. Ferguson.
Poland-China hogs for sale. Call
on or address Aut Curry, Oregon, Mo,
Mrs. Flora Kunkel and Mrs. Gertie
Hindu were St. Joseph visitors, this
Joel Presell, of Oskaloosa, Kansas
Is visiting his nephews, Robert Smith
and son.
Harry, a son of Robert Emerson
and wife, of Kenton township, is on
the police force In Los Angeles, and
Is also a member of the California
National Guards Cavalry. He has won
two gold medals for good marksman
ship. He was with troop "D" on ids
vacation. He says the sham battles
was the most Impressive sight he ever
witnessed, and It was hard to realize
mat it was not reai war. lie am i
urre&t deal of scoutlntr. He and an
other were taken orisoners once, and
Caleb (Join was born near Taswcll,
In Clalhorn county, Tennessee, June
7, IKIil, and died at his home In For
tcscue, Mo., September 'Jil.ltU'J. Thin
his earthly life was for 111 years, .1
mouths and 111 days. He was permit
ted six years more than the allotted
"three score years and ten."
He was married to Miss Sarah Hop
per, April 'Jl, isiij. To this marriage
ten children were given, live sons and
live daughters. Four sous and three
daughters tieorge (Soln, of Fortes,
cue; Meek (Join, of Calhau.Col.; May
nard (iolu, of Ness City, Kan,, and
Chas. Coin, of Texas; Mrs. Roy Cor
net, of lllrd City, Kan.: Mrs. Walter
Snook, of Pueblo. Col., and Mrs. Lau
ra Fields, of Napier -with the lie
reaved wife am left, to mourn his
death. All of these but Chxs, Colli
laud Mrs. Snook were present at the
Mr. Coin entered as a private on
August 4, InI'I, the tub regiment or
Tennessee cavalry. On June III, IHill,
he was appointed a lieutenant. In bat
tery C, 1st Tennessee artillery. He
served the cut ire remainder of the
war, and recehed an honorable ills
churge. He became a resident of Holt coun
ty In ISs, coming hero froin Mercer
county, Missouri, and farmed until
s!Hi, uheu Inlli milk's of old age bade
him cease.
He united wllh the Walnut drove
Church of Christ on April Itl, l:i.t,
and ever since has lived an upright
life. Ills appreciation wus lo be seen
In the gieat number of people who
attended his funeral.
Minister Claik W. Comstock, of
Mound City, conducted I lie funeral
from the home in Fiirtes'Mie last Sun
day morning at II a. m after which
the Isnly was laid lo rust, In the Hoyil
cemeterv near Napier. A hot of
friends sympathize with the family In
their sorrow. C.
Will buy all varieties of
paying Market Price, at Forbes,
Nodaway and Oregon.
The James Kcnnlsh Public Sale of Poland-Chinas, to held at
MOUND CITY. OCT. 26, 1912,
will Includo threo Spring Yoarling Rontrt, Hi rod by Expan
sion Son, tlit) Iiok that nmrie tho Leu (irons littrd fumoun.
Six buhio ago by J umbo's Prospect, also three Fall Yearlings
by him. He was the best Hog that ever hemled this herd.
Refused $150.00 for him before he was a year old.
There will be 14 Males and Ki Gilts of last spring far
row, sired by Jumbo's ProBpetit, Big Fusser and Smooth
Charles Markt
n . . i ayiur ,
Boy Campbell.
a were laugucu at, oi course.

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