Mr. Groundhog saw Ids shadow on
Sec Kenton Ac Keown for low rate
money on farm loam,
Plenty of old' papers for sale at
tills oillce at 'Joe pir U.
Icssc Kalin, of lllgelow, liail bus
ncss In Oregon, this week,
Fred V. Cook, of Craig, liad bus
ness In Oregon, Oils week.
T. C. .KLLKIt, The Auctioneer,
Oregon, Mo. Prices reasonable.
-Charley Meyer visited ultli Hroth
cr George a day or two last week.
Walter Meyer liad bulnevs In
St. Joseph, Tuesday of tills week
Slices and Harness Hepalred by
Clare Castle. Kast side of squire.
For Sale Hedge Posts. Call on or
aditress, .1. W. Kiilm, Oregon, Mo. ,11-1.
Mercer lllnde Is In Kansas City,
where ho went for medical treatment.
If In rived of a loan, better read
Denton tt Keown'sad. In this Issue.
Joe II. Murray anil daughter.
Josephine, spent Mlurday last In M
Special February Hirgalnslri Hug
Ky Whips at Clare Castle's. Cast side
Itcv. Olllnian Walden, of Itulo,
Nebraska, transacted business In Ore-
gon, this week.
Tin: Skntinki. and Kansas City
Weekly Star, one year, for only tl..V,
Call at once.
T. A. Long, I). V. S. Up-to-date
Veterinary. Oillce at home. Iloth
Phones, No. I.'!.
Mrs. Cora Unless and Mrs. II.
(!. Cook were St. Joseph visitors,
Tuesday of Mils week.
Hastiest .V Foster report the sale
of a "Model"'.)" Overland touring car
tu I.. II. Meade, of Forbes.
George V. Hlnkle. of near Fortes.
cue, was transacting business In Ore
Hun, Saturday of last week.
Tom Hunker, of Fortescue, at
tended comity court, this week. We
acknowledge a pleasant call.
Wo acknowledge a very pleasant
call from John S. Smith, of Mound
City, Wednesday of this week.
For Sale About in head of good
Fall Shoals. Call on or address, Win.
lloyd, Oregon, Mo., Itoutu I.
If you are going to buy a set of
Harness, It will pay you to see Clare
Castlo. Kast sldu of square.
Dr. Whltsell, eye and ear special
1st; se corner nth and Kdmond, St.
Joseph. Iloth Phones, til3.
If you are going next sprint:, Ut
ter see llentonanil Keown now ami get
the Prudential live percent money
See iim for Coal and Feed. Schul-
te llrothers' Warehouse.
A. W. .Skkman
George Mlnton was looking after
business Interests, and shaking hands
with numerous friends In Oregon,
Dr. i:. A. Manna, of Alnsley, Ne
braska, visited fur a few da)s, last
week, with his brother, Will anil fam
ily, of this city.
Mrs. Karl A. Hock enj)el a vMl
from her young friend, Miss Nelllu
Piersou, of Mound City, for a few
dajs the past week.
CUru Castle, our atUblti '"Harness
Muu," has moved to Hut east side, oc
cupying the building vacated by
Hragg .V McDonald.
(ieoigu II. Mlnton and brother.
Dr. .1.1.., of Furlesuiie, were here
Monday, looking after some matters
with the county court.
The Adams l.xpress company has
sent out notices to all agents, notify
lug them of reduction of rates, which
went Into ellecl Feb, 1.
George V. Hlnkle, one of the
stalwart, jouiig farmers of lllgelow
township, was busy with business
here Monday, of this week,
Our Park association held Its an
nual meeting Wednesday, of last
week, and disposed of matters looking
tu the Inlortsts of the park.
D. M, Martin was on thu St. Jo
seph market, last week, with a car of
wheal, raised on one of his (arms.
He sold at so cerils per bushel,
Iteiiiember that we will send you
Til K hKNTiNKl, and Kansas City
Weekly Star, onu year, for only tM,
price of Tiik Skntinki. alone.
Your Harness oiled with pure
Neats Foot Oil, tl.oo per set. Ilrlug
them early and have them repaired
and oiled. Fiiank Fostkii.
Dr. W. C. Proud reports the fol
lowing births; Will Schulte and wife,
a girl, January :il, ltU.'l, John Stew
art and wife, February :!, lull, a girl.
Speak kindly to everybody! but
you might make an exception of the
promoter who comes around trying to
sell you shares hi a gel-rlch-qulcl;
to Bearden, Arkansas,
17 th, 1914. Reduced
Bates. Inquire of
P. L. ZEiLEB,
Harness Oiled vvlthXeats-footoll.
Kast side square. Ci.aiik Castlk
There will be an oyster supper at
Monarch school house, next Saturday
night, January 7, for the benefit of
the school. Kverybody cordially In
vited. -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phllbrlck and
daughter, F.lolse, are enjoying a visit
with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Caskey and children, at Fremont, '
II. Hulls, one of the real eood
overseers of the countr. residing In
the Harmonr district, was here Mon-
day and made his settlement with the1
county court. J
Will Pennel and Orrlck Krcek
were In South Omaha a few days this ,
week, attending the great sale of
thoroughbred Ilolsteln stock, which (
began Tuesday. j
-Look' If vou have anv live stock.
a farm or anything to sell, or If you
want to buy, see Dr. T. A. Long, the
veterinary. Oillce opposite O. I. It. I
II. depot, Oregon, Mo,
Will N. Ilodgln, one nf the sub
stantial farmers, of the Fain lew dis
trict, was In town Wedncsdayjiaving
business with our county court. He
made us a pleasant call.
-A llcbekah Lodge of the I. O.O.
F. will be organized at Craig, this
Friday evening, February n. The de
gree stall oi Forest t.lty llebckah
Lodge will confer the work.
(5 rant ll.irtramand wife, of Wy
more. Nebraska, visited here, last
weel:, the guests of his uncle, C. W,
Hart ram and family, and his cousin,
Hoy llartram and wife.
We extend sympathy to Mrs.
Henry Hazard, of Forest City, In the
death of her mother, Mrs. KIDabcth
Wall, which occurred In St. Joseph,
Wednesday, of last week, Jan. 2,
Your unrestricted choice
in the house
Koock at Oregon
. I'or Sale One span of good Maru
Mules, about Hi years olds will weigh
I2ik; also one good mare, weight
abuut 1 1.7). Call on or address, James
Cordrey, Oregon, Mo., Houto ..
I have opened up a Feed and
Coal business In Schulte llrothers'
Warehouse. Como anil sco me liefore
making your orders.
A i.iikiit W. Skkman.
Mrs. Lee Martin and daughter,
Klhel, who have been visiting with
relatives In Forest City and vicinity,
returned in their homo In St. An
thony, Idaho, Tuesday of this week.
-Mrs. John Foster, of the Curzon
district, Is under treatment at a St.
Joseph hospital. Shu underwent an
operation, and latu accounts say she
Is doing as well as could bo expected.
We guarantee Dry Dip to kill
lice, lleas, mange and all disease
germs- can he used the coldest days,
easily applied. If not absolutely sat
isfactory, no pay. Sold by Frank
Mrs. Sebourn Carson hasreturncd
from Hurlliigton Junction, wlieroshu
was Called by the sickness and death
of her step-father, Calvin Dcncen,
who died in thai city, Wednesday,
January 23, lull.
Tho Hragg & McDonald Heating
and Plumbing company are now occu
pying tlio building formerly occupied
by Tim Skntinki., and they will bo
glad to have patrons call and see
them In their new quarters.
Ilev. J. II. Cunningham Is away
on a lecturing tour In the Interest of
me daymen s missionary movement,.
During the put week he has lectured
at Klrksvllle, Maryville, Moberly,
Marshall and other points.
Clare Casttehasmovedhls Harness
Shop to the Kast side of the square,
tlrst door south of Variety Store.
-Dry Dip will positively kill lice,
lleas, mange and all dlseaso germs-
can be used the coldest davs without
Injury to your hogs. Try It. Sold
under positive guarantee by Frank
Klder It. II. Daw son began a series
of meetings at the Forest City Chris
Man church Sunday night last. He
I' assisted by Perry Ilrooks, leader of
the song service. Much Interest Is
The farmer who looks upon his
boy as a sort of working machine, and
worth only the profit he can get out
of him, Is heading him right straight
away from the farm, provided the boy
Iim metal of real worth In him.
Almost every nook and corner of
'our county was represented In our
.city Monday. The overseers were
here to make their annual set-
ucmcnis wmi me county court,
ami 10 "get vvnai s coming to mem,"
Tho Kecvcs.Cook Auto Agency
report the sale of a tlve-nassenger
Ford touring car to James Horneckcr,
residing north of New Point. The
Oregon Heating and Plumbing Com
pany have also bought a Ford bust
III. Montgomery's Inquisitorial
body, known as the Nodaway county
grand Jury, did a lively business at
Maryville, returning 17J bills of In
dictment. They are mostly for gam
bling and violations of the local op
. A. S. Derr, of Oregon, Mo.,
has feeding 1..VM lambs this winter.
Mr. Derr sa)s conditions havo been
favorable for feeding, and his lambs
made good gains In weight. Thai Is
a section of the statu In which few
sheep have been fed heretofore.
Kansas City Drovers' Telegram.
ll you arc thinKing k
of buying a fc
It will PAY YOU to see
For simplicity, ease of
operation, tonal quali
ties, especially even ac
tion, when played by
hand or as a player, com
bined with durablly
has NO EQUAL, and it
will pay you to come
and compare them.
Carey E. Bunker
Optician and Jeweler,
Old' papers 20 cent 'per 100 at
Mrs. Carrie Stelnmetz, of Louis
ville, Kentucky, Is visiting here, the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Kdwln
Weary, husband and little grand
daughter, Catharine Weary; also her
sister, Mrs. Tom Curry, and nephew
and niece, J. J, Hayhlll and wife.
The Kansas City Motor Car asso
ciation will hold their annual show In
convention hall, Feb. ln-'.'j. Kach
year this exhibition Is put on at a
great expense and It greatly assists
every one In the motor car business
throughout this section of the West.
The farmers In and around Forbes
were out In their Melds this week,
plowing. On Sunday last, Feb. I,
blacksnakcs were out, and one was
killed crossing a road leading Into
Forest City. An Incident In the
weather conditions that Is rarely If
ever equalled before.
-Dr. Hlllyard, of St. Joseph, vlsl
ted here over Sunday, the guest of
her friend, Miss Cora Fryctrcturnlug
Tuesday. Her nephews, Carl Hush
and Kverelt Hlllyard, brought her
up In her car, Sunday, returning In
tho evening, the doctor remaining
over until Tuesday and returning
home on tho train.
Your choice of any Linen, Val.
Torchon, Lace and In
scrtlon, per yard "I.
to Bearden, Arkansas,
17th, 1914. Reduced
Rates. Inquire of
F. L. ZELLER,
Plans forextcndlng the Savannah
Interurhan line to Maryville and Tar-
klo, by way of Fillmore, Is being tils-
cussed by the Interurhan commlttte
of the St. Joseph Commercial club.
-Tho followlnif from here, so we
aru Informed, attended the automo
bile show In St. Joseph, this week:
(iuy Cummins ami wife, It. 0. Huley
anil wife, M. It. Martin, Frank Fos
ter, J. II. Keeves, H. 0. Cook, Fred
Cook, C. W. King and family, Lau-
rence hlllam, Hev. T. A. Clagetl,
.Mm Huntsman, Jacob llucher and
wife, Ira Hucher and wife.
Wo acknowledge thu receipt of
late copies of Havana, Cuba, papers,
under date of Jan, 20, which came to
us on Jan. ;iu-only live days reaching
us from thai far-away Island. They
came from T. 0, Dungan, who with
his wlfu and daughter, Miss Hor
tense, are touring that part of the
earth. Whenever T. C. takes a jour
ney to any of the Interesting parts of
the world, lie never forgets to send a
souvenir to his old home paper, to
which lie has been a continuous sub
scrlber since 1800, They were at Key
West, Fla., Jan. 25, and all were In
good health, and enjoying the trip
Miss Lois Hlchards entertained live
tables at ".7)0" Thursday night, Jan.
21, The prize was carried otf by Mrs.
i:. (). Phillips. A dainty two-colored
luncheon was served at a late hour,
being carried out In the color scheme
of green ami red.
Itcglnald Hindu entertained Thurs
day night, Jan. 2!i, In honor of the
Senior clas and Faculty. The house
was tastefully decorated In college
seals and pennants. During the
whole evening everybody thoroughly
enjoyed themselves, thu tlrst pari of
the evening lclng taken up with a
guessing contest on famous pictures.
The prlr.es fell to Helen Jones and
William Meyer. The latter part of
the evening was spent In music and
telling stories. Dainty refreshments
were served at a late hour.
Friday evening, Jan. ft), the Juniors
entertained the Seniors and Faculty
at thu home of Dr. Thatcher. The
homu was prettily decorated In the
Senior colors of purple and white, and
thu High school colors of old gold and
purple. A dainty booklet, watcr-cnl
ored, In the 'II Hotter, thu violet, was
given to each person. Thcsu booklets
contained two guessing contests,
which caused much thinking as well
as amusement. The prles were
awarded to Oraeu Alklre and Joe llol
brook. Tho Junior girls furnished
music, while an elegant two-course
luncheon was served hi which the
color scheme was carried out In pur
ple and white. The part) broke up
on the lawn with rousing cheers be'
lug given, llrsl by the Seniors for the
Juniors, next by Mie Juniors for the
Seniors, and then all together for
clear old O. II. S.
-Those who thought, when they
got up In tho mild, drl..ly early hours
Monday, of packing away their llau
net and winter furs, changed their
minds with deep regrel when the sun
came blaring out In all his glory, ami
they realized that Mr. Groundhog,
fearful of hlsown shadow.would retire
again to winter itartcrs, The sun
came out about u:2U o clock and re
malned out the remainder of the day,
A pleasant note from John Morris
brings the good new of contentment
In his location at La I'm or, Texas
Ho says they are having delightful
weather, and have had a suillclcncy
of rain. The Holt county colony
down Micro, which Is composed of
John llond, John Abele, Albert Hot!-
mann and their families and Pem
broke Illanchard are all well and seem
uvcry way satlslled with Miat part of
the Lone Star state.
Frank Moss, who In his kid days
was a resident of our city, and later
moved to St. Joseph, with Ids wid
owed mother, Mrs. M. K. Moss, and
later went to San Francisco, Cal., was
married In San Francisco, Sunday
last, Feb. I, to Miss Honnle Puis,
formerly of St. Joseph. The wedding
was the culmination of a courtship
which began In Si. Joseph when Miss
Huls was taking music lessons from
-Harvey Kvans has purchased the
T. .1. Kstabrook stock of cigars
and leaf tobacco, and will
move thu factory on the second
lloor of his place of business, and will
make up the leaf stock that Is on
hand, Wo regret exceedingly that
Mr. Kstabrook was notsuillelently en
couraged to warrant him In continu
ing the business. He Is an honest
workman, made a good grade of ci
gars, and is anall-'roundgood cltlen.
-Will Maupln's ''.Midwest Maga
zine" for February Is on our table
and it Ishrlm full of good matter-In
fact, we regard ll as the very best lie
has Issued. It Is not only a Nebras
ka publication, hut ll has much mat
ter of a high literary character, that
should he read by everybody and their
relatives Will takes another "Mem.
ory Excursion" and talks to us all
about tho amusements of other dajs,
and contrasts them with the "tango"
and "turkey trot" of today.
-Mrs. K. A. Netherlaud and Miss
Klla Castle lefl for KansasCily.Tues-
lay of this week, where they will at
tend the Millinery School of Instruc
tion for ten days or two weeks, and
while there Mrs. Nelherland will look
out for the very latest spring styles In
millinery, and will also buy hersprlng
stock, or a portion of it, as she al
so buys largely In Chicago. As soon
as Miss Klla llnlslies the school of In
struction, she will go to Ilurllngame,
iansa.s, wnere sue is iicau trimmer
for a large millinery cstabllshent,
this being thu third season that she
has held this position with the same
Mother Muxlow. wha has hnim nn
an extended visit with her daughter,
.ma, ,iu, ii ituuiauii, at ijumiiii, re
turned to her homu here on Sundav.
attended by her daughter, Mrs. Win.
Morris, who went to Omaha to ac
company her home. On Iter arrival
uome, sue louim tier two sisters, and
a niece, of HloomliiL'ton. III., liml
come for a visit Mrs. Kllen Helnhart
arm .Mrs. mary uoss ana daughter,
Neva. The average age of these three
sisters Is 71) years and 8 months. Mrs.
Muxlow Is now K5, Mrs. Helnhart 7
ana bus. uoss ,o, ana the bunch are
most wonderfully well preserved, and
are all lively as crickets. They are
certainly a happy lot, and are surely
getting much out of their visit.
Charley Meyer Gets Busy.
Thomas M. Chamberlain, of Stan
ford, Mont., and manager of the Long
Investment company, of that place,
was here on a buslnese trip, and for a
visit with Charley Me)er and family.
Mr. Chamberlain had come to this
part of thu state for the purpose of
purchasing a car load of milch cows,
and Mr. Mejer told him he need not
go elsewhere, that he would get busy
and felt satisfied he could find In this
section of the county, Just what Mr.
Chamberlain wanted and Charley
made good, by getting twenty head of
thu Short-Horn and Polled breeds,
t wasn't a question of price with the
purchaser, ll was the kind that he
was after, and Charley found forhlm
Just what he wanted, the price being
an average of t here and thu ship
ping will add another tin per head, by
the tlmo they arc delivered at Stan
ford, For some of these, seven head
Mr. C. paid a round Mix) per head.
Those who sold were:
Krnesl Oppenlander, ono at t'!i.
Adolph Kggcr, ono at tloo.
John Fciierbachcr, one at f 100.
Itlchard Shepherd, one at :".
Peter Fryman, three; 73, (ill,
Fred Markt, threuat iU each.
Dan Markt, one al 7,
It. C. Ilenton, three; i'.io, l, ;0.
A. T. Klllam,one al t'O.
Macu Kelller, two, thu, tfi.
lvl. Fuhrman, one at tT.V
Mrs. James llucher, onu at ilOO.
A.T. Hrock, one at tul.
The company represented by Mr.
Chamberlain want the cows for their
own use. as they have a modest ranch
of '.".Vsm acres adjoining Stanford.
The company lias lno.isn) head of
sheep on thu Fori Peck reservation;
'Mf ewes are bred to como In In
April. He says that with the coming
of April hu could give steady employ
ment lo.V) good men at tlo per month
Dr. Charles Scott, the deputy state
veterinarian, came and Inspected thu
stock, and passed on them as being
healthy and free from tuberculosis.
The shipment was made Saturday
last, and Will Muse went through In
charge of thu shipment.
A New "Mine Host."
John Hamsay, who was our sheriff
from lSiis to WW', look chargo of the
Hotel Woodland, Tuesday of this
week, buying the equipment from
G.H. Price, who has been "mine host"
since Iim'. Tho new landlord Is
known everywhere over our county,
as a good natured, companionable
fellow, and one who has about ai
many friends as lie has acqualn
tancess, and knowing him as they do,
they know he will treat thorn right If
they will only give him a show In
putting your autograpli on the pages
of the Woodland, for a square meal
or lodging or both, when you come to
Mr. and Mrs. Price rctlru for thu
solu purpose of getting a rest, and aru
temporarily quartered at the home
of her sister, Mrs. A. K. Irvine. Mr.
Price has not decided In what busi
ness he will engage In, and In fact Is
In no hurry until hu gets a good rest.
They liave many friends who will
wish them a good rest, and that they
will be able to Ibid a business that
will warrant them in staying right
here, where they have both passed
thu greater part of their lives.
We greatly enjoyed a visit from
Will It. Curry, who had come from
Ids post of duty on tho Indianapolis
Sun, to see his only sister become a
wife. He Is another of tho bright
boys that have gone out of our old
High school, and from this old his
toric paper, that have made good In
fact, uvcry one of the boys who have
left Tins Skntinhi. cases to go into
thu larger newspaper Held have ever
made good, arid "U'llllu" Is no ex
ception to thu rule. He not only en
Joys the conlldence of his superiors,
but hu Is appreciated from tho fact
that he goes after the news and gets
it, and knows how to present It In
readable form. Ills feature ar
ticles in the Sun are gems In literary
clfort. May he continue In his good
work until hu lands in Washington
In charge of some great newspaper
Becomes a Benedict.
Oda Greene, ono of the best of fel
lows, has been (jobig It alone well
for u good many years, and ho Just
got so blamed tired of It that he con
cluded to put a stop to it, and ho has
Dually succeeded In a splendid man
ner. On Wednesday of last week,
January 'Ji, Hilt, In company with
Miss Kimua, thai splendid, sensible
daughter of Judge Daniel Hulatt,
called at the Kvangclleul parsonage,
and when Oda presented Ills creden
tials for calling, the pastor knew at
oncu what occasioned thu call, so
with a few words, Uov. Wcldemler
pronounced them husband and wlfo,
and away to tho farm they went, as
happy a pair as you will possibly Urul
In a year's Journey,
The two young people aro just A I
In every way, and we surely are glad
to hear or their wedding, wishing
them a long and happy life.
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