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at C. W. King's Store CH RISTMAS will soon arrive. Therefore it is well for you to come in at your earliest conven ience to choose the Christmas gifts for your friouds and loved ones. Come in while our stock is complete, and you have a full line to select from. We will call attention to a few of the many ar ticles that we carry which are suitable for gifts. SHIRTS. OVERALLS. SHOES. OVERSHOES. NECKTIES. GLOVES. HOSE. MITTENS. SUSPENDERS. SUPPORTERS. UNDERWEAR. CUFF BUTTONS. STICK PINS. ' DUST CAPS. SCARFS. LADIES' FUR TOP HOUSE SUPPERS. LACE COLLARS. TOQUES. STOCKINGS. CORSETS. HANDKERCHIEFS. TOWELS. COMBS, HAND BAGS. UMBRELLAS. BLANKETS. TABLE CLOTHS. THE CHILDREN The children should be the llrst remembered, livery rlillil look ahead to Christmas and Is all anxiety about what Santa Claus Is going to trlnk' While Me don't, carry a line of frivo lous, easily-broken tojs, we have manv practical presents for children of all ages. 1 1 Is just as essential to buy a child useful presents as It Is to buy It wholesome food In the list above yon mar rind Inst the very thing for thai Utile man or little lady. With Christmas Greetings we Invite yon to our store to look through our line. C. W. King's "Quality Store" Oregon, Mo. o. P. DOBVNS, TOM CURRY, President. Sec-Treas. The Sentinel Printing and Publishing Co. INCORPORATED I'UBI.ISIIKItS JOLT COUNTY SKXTI.N,il., OKHGON, MISSOl'KI. (ntefedal the IVsloillce. Oregon. Mo as Second Class Matter. i Weekly Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of the Hest County In the I'nlon. TERMS: $1 SO 1'er Tear. Watch the dale following your name on i trpln ef the paper. II tills the date wklshysar ssbicrlptlsn li paid. Friday, December 10, 1015. ADVERTISING RATES. Dltplny Advertising! 15c per loch, run of pnper, where dis play exceeds three Inchct: un der three inches, 2.c per inch. Line Kntcn: 10c per line, first Insertions Sc per line, i-ncli nd dlllonnl Insertion. All straight readers In be counted at line rates, unlcsn ninllvr exceed half column, over tlmt to be 25c per inch. Yearly Contracts: 11! l-'Jc per inch, net. each insertion. Where an advertisement has extra composition, snme will be charged accordingly. iThcsr Ralra are NET In All Advrrtl.era "net Aetata.) I I I I I I BOYS AND GIRLS ATTENTION REAL JUVENILE AUTO Given Away ABSOLUTELY FREE Christmas Eve, December 24th mm A. mm. FREE Big Value COME TO OUR STORE AND SEE IT Where it is on ex. hibition. i r OREGON DRUG CO. NYAL REMEDIES OREGON, MO. I Trustee's Sale. Notice Hek'ltuilnk the Mm of the ear. Piik Skntim:i ueclueu to charge a Win it rinirt M it tun) ir.i-f M Mm, hi wife 1' lit-f fil.ilii iltt n f it it itutt-o t istitttry 'Jl, n utt mIi( u k t . a! MbCt I M, III Hit- iVt nif il.f l.'''Mr f Ihttl wtlliln f r II- t -tin.') Uff ..f 1 smm rl tllle't it mI Utl.lt tltCItthllllt f tit trut tn MtMtir (In (m) ii ii' of Mifir I'ttUi IstMtry lion llirrt'liMii'x'nuti nmHl it.ti-iot lllt'tT"!!. tltf fsl UMll.tf rtH olttlf. lliut-. nliii at il it i i-u in tin .iin t.f llo'.t Mtlr of MWmiufi to i ntii -tut inlf tif III.! Ut "HI IH r 4 tIMt l.tli xltt-tilllf ' Vf .N.tttll Mln' .lf , if 'tjttl.sl .gUllf tir '4nf tviim ft iii ti IT . r'tfi.il)c:;. , , iii ,, , H.lMklt'." I MM lttfl Ml)!,)) IIImI Whl'ltM Dfttfrat to churches, schools ami all .i.r.uii u.-r. tn.uit u ti. p-vimm r ii.. ablatio fnr ill lrviU 9twl lint lfik 1 11 r' M 1iUi r ""n 1 ' ,,,t locieuei, ror au local and noiicvs',,,.,, us,Mlh-t,ll!l,.,,tm,,,Sll(,il,,.tjl, publMieil, where there Is a money iiit.un i.f m.i' im intr im- i.ii :onsUleratloii made hy the churches ti..-ui(.lnl..i.urf .i.ii)..i.-ai,.nripiUiaii---chools, societies, etc. All of the p. j liMllMrlVlu-. fM:;' V.r ""' pers In the comity have aUas M,n.i), Drcrmbrr'JTih. nun. eliartfed for this class of matter, and -:' ii-u of t. ....-. h. m. n.i . . . . , M tu.Mifl.pi'k i fi nf (list .lit ni 1 1.. iK.rilt rriiiit ti.Ntr til iiif ntiiri iimi in iii iti .r i kf.tn. Iliilt I' tnlv Ml..irt. m pti..i.. t.n.lut' to O.' Iilul.l ii;tihr f..r ali tl .,i.i' il, M'rliwil rr.ii i!!!,' tr iI.h iuri,. of iri.i i:WluMi It t-M.KIN" I lii'-l..' In Justice to ourselves and oik con- temporaries, and on account of the Increased cost of all thlntts enterlnt; Into the production of a newspaper, we decided to adopt this course, and It Is still In force. niltS? SI.'UK, VB HAVK IT. XMAS GIFTS OF UNUSUAL QUALITY SORTmVF.ST. MISSOURI'S IKGHS1 WAIL II HOllSC Mm CIiiIii WmrliM, liiil.l IIIIihI. Uutruiilnl Wj. ii., 97.1M). SII.OO, SU.CH) up tu :ni Mm IjjIh Uul. li., ii H nlM liuM, ni'W thin iihhIi'N, ao. :io up to sioo l.mlli' II. aln WilrlM-. Ilolil tilled, Wnrmilril .M)i ii, Kill, VJ, $13 up to .ll l.silliV WlUt W'Hl.'lir.. liolcl tlllril, ni'w oumll "Kv, S11.S0, io. t:i.no up to sun llulliiiurb Hll-l Wnti'lm, li.li'xiU. Iliilil llllr.l, Wiitrunlfil tvxt-, StS.(MI lliililiutk Wrl-I VVuli'lirs It K nllil l.nlil, i.ty limll, S2.1.0O KIRKPATRICK JEWELRY COMPANY sili and Felix Streets. It. It, Karen llebated. Members Retail Merchants' Ass'n. So Why Not Step Down to St. Jo seph, December 9-11. and Take a Few of the Prizes? St .Ut-'li Is advertising .ill over four states for corn exhibits for Its Interstate Agricultural coni;re, l)e ceinber '.'II, and that Mimesis the Idea that some of the farmers nf this county ship iloun a feu ears of their superior corn, yohble up some prizes and show the thousands of Mtors to the congress, Just what e can ilu In the ay of cum, once e sut our heads to it. The prizes are for while, jellou and other corn In liiear, bushel and Trustee's Sale. WlirtiH. CIhu r Hi-lul-rM Ii. I.y liU iltHln litilul I in. I. ilil.il .Inly HI., iw;. ii ril til.il r.. tiwi.tl .li.lw 1.. I.. !l.l i.tul r.vs.r.l.l In ILb.L I 111. l I'-ni -.'lu Iii 1 1 rii-o nf llir l.ivi.nl.r I. tllrlll. KlHllll ,i.i (i.r Mil I ('..llllllj HK'i.f . l.Miurl.sniiiiili.iiliiiiitili r.itfn..litii.ir. i In trust tns,viir, iln inviiii-m nf llii.tutil .irv tinif In ntii ii.iliit trust ili.iiuil. ili f.iir.iMliii; iti''iliHI iiiii.t litiut luii: iiinl l-luc In l In' 1'ii.imiv nf II. ill. ami Mull- nf I Ml.mtl. In-nil , , Tlif Ku.t Half iii lln NiiMIi I..I.I ijuiirui ..f s.H'tliin No Plktrrii .In III ToHii.lilit.Sii sy i.i . i.t It.iiiui. s.i. TMtlyi l.'lii .. Anil wlii'ii'ti. It l imo.IiI,iI In i,ii iiv tlit tittnsitf il.lili'.'iliif tiu.i Hml In .'i.i itrf in it Ui lll'liti ill I In' Ulhll.lllt "f uiiy mtl nf tin. Iirtnrliul nr liilrrist mi nrflil mil . writ -ii ,ltii'. Id, Ii'llnl holilcr nf s I'll lintc. Iiituiit I'lt.'t to I il.sMaii ttii. wli'iii' stun ihi. iiii.i i.oiiii.' mill wliflrli. Ili'filtll Ills ln'M tllllil. ill Hi' ply im ut of iirlni'ltmi unit liiii'ti'.l .ill sun I'nt.. Hml tin. ii'bt.ii i.niili r iliiri.il iis .-ii-il tn ili.'l.iri' I In1 Iii 1 1 .ii n. tin i in o ji i) .ii.ii' i.tul li i. ri.iii..i ilini-loi'su'iii. il t.w r.ti'.tii) III Ml' liV III llllll. lllin il"ijl.li.tl. -.1 s.ili) ilinl.it i ii. i llii'ri'foli III ''.lllillllMlM'1' Mllll ...m r m.t. mill Iii iiir.ii'iii'r .if Hi im.m.'i. vi'.i.n ii, iti II) .lllll lit ll lf till. I I MU "II .Miimt.i). Ilrcniilirr llllh, I II 1.1, Im twii-h tl.i'lmiii.iif iiiin Ii.'k In tin1 for- in mm). 1110 tin I'lo.!, in no- iifii-riiipio .if ..itil i Burrier & Schulte The tah!e Is all spreal, From which desires are fed. The imbllc Is Invited to the feasl I'reseuts for the greatest to the least A lart:e assortment of toys For comfort or for Jojs, Christmas Is one reM plan Santa Claus Is always pictured as a man. Our goods are the children's dream, And In our windows they are seen. The children do them admire, I net them for N'nas Is their desire. We also have a lot of useful presents That are served as deserts, That mi'S'is they art1 sold cheap, They are to use and not to eat. We have a .Ylu .'hi ami ft table, People can buy as .hey feel able, All prices are very low, As the nocxls themselves will show. Ktery one can take their choloe, Xmas Is time fur all to rejoice, 'hrl'tmas comes hut mice a year, Ami that time will soon lie here Burrier & Schulte single e.tr t'xhlblts, the first prize In iin-ci'ty of ii'innm. lloiti miniy. ii.iuti.Mii the 10 ear class for each variety lieh.tf , Lli iUIAV. t;M, ami the second tin. Inthe bushel ios.ui.fy .siiliti iit mi iiuri,-.i.'iii,iili.ists Is ti"i and tliui h'hwin a. w ki.tv. '1'rti.ii'f. COL. P. M. BABB Auctioneer The sate season is now on. Those who get In early will skim the cream. Good ituiT In good condition, and a good auctioneer will get you the best results. If In need of an auctioneer see me before you make your dale. Ask those for whom I have worked. I will leave It to them. My ottlce at Mound City Is with HobTerhune. lloth phones. Olllce days -Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Also both phones at Oregon. See me for dates or Inquire at Sicntinki. olllce. HARRY M. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Located In Probate Judge'i Office at Court House, ORIQON, MlilOUBI. NEWTON WAGONS! NEWTON WAGONS!! Just received a car load at D. M. MARTIN'S -I have for sale the opera house and dwelling occupied on same lot. This will be sold for a bargain. Will L. Moork. class, the llrst prire second tl'.' 'in. while In the single rar,i the llrst Is tl.1 and the second fl 50 , The sweepstakes prizes are corn plant ers, harness and such. Taking the cash money would be worth the while, but the big thing would be tn vindicate our community pride and be able to say that we pro duced the corn that captured the hon ors in competition with the growers of fourstates Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska-and it Is very possible for the reader of this to fare out Into his back forty and pick out ten ears or a bushel of corn that will turn the trick. All you have to do Is to send It to the show, addressed as follows:"Agrl cultural Congreu, Auditorium, St. Joseph," and It will be taken care of and placed on display. Why not, a few of you public spirit ed farmers? Order of Publication. . ATI. Ill- Mlsxil'lll.i. . fmiiity of Holt. In Ho' I'mlMtp I'ourt. NniHiilwr Tutu, im.v In Hit' Mitttvr of His I'lirtm rslilii K.luli' nf lliu I'nrtM City It'll .Miinufui'turlioi Company I, K. Mi'Cnr, Ailniliil.tr.ilorof Hie uurtiicr slilpe.tHti.of tin t'ori-kl t'lty Im MiinufHi lurlnii I'oiiiiMiiy, pn'.rnt. to tl.i' rnurt Id. IM'tlllon foritiiiirili'rfor tlit N.iliMifso mueli of tliu rfiil I'Ktutnof suld fstnto its will piy utiil s'ttlsfy thu rii'lits due hy sslit rtatt, 'ind unpuld for want nf.utllrlviit ussi'ts. iil'i-oiii-psnliil liy tin iii'i'ountN, Huts uml lnfntorlf nslrixny lnw In noh im... I'isniliiiitloii 4 4 Replacing Broken Dykes. Extensive work Is being done along Little Tarklo, east nf this city, to re move the danger of overflows In case of another period of high water. Dykes are being built In every place the former dykes have been weakened or washed out and the whole will be tn a tlrst-class condition to withstand high water when the work Is done. Extensive work Is also being done along the south side of Dig Tarklo and this will also be able to carry a heavy volume of Hood water without danger of breakage. The corporations of both the Little Tarklo Drainage District and the big Tarklo Drainage District are Hnanclng the propositions and they are being aided by the financial support of several of the land owners who will derive the greatest benefit from the protective measures. 25 teams are at work on the two re pair Jobs. -Craig Leader. whereof. It UnrdiTMl tlmt ull persons intrr milM 111 till ft.HU ..lt!U llitnnlllt.tl Milt tpp. ration na Aforisnld timt Iw iiihiIi'. uml tnut unless the isintrury t shown on or liefiirf the Urst day of lliu nU teruint t hi. Court to lie hrlU un the Second Monday of February nest. unordi r will Im made for the mile of the wtmliMirsntmich nr the real eatate of siild rtatv aa will Iw aunii'lent for the pay uient of .nlil deliiamnd It Is further ordered that this iintU'e Iw imhlUhisl In somenewnpu tier In IhUstate for four weeks suivesalrely In-fur,' ttioneit term of IliU Court. A iriieenpv from the lUsnrd. Witness my hand and ihis.'al of the I'mtiate Court of Holt County, Missouri, tlilatHhilay of Norem i I wr. INI. - Sel, . IIAIItIV M. lll.'NIIAN. I I Judge and Kn-offlclo Clerk of Pro hute, first puhlli-utlon.Novemlier IS), llUi. IVlail Us Your Deposits Prompt and Efficient Service. HOME, BANK FOREST CITY, MO. I'hlllp Sclilotxhauer, Pres. It. II. Shellleld, Cashier. L. L. Teare, Vlce-l'res. Ilert Fairbanks, Ass't Cashier. 4 4 P Home Phone, 87. Mutual, 104 S EMMA BLA.OK J Osteopathic Physician. All diseases treated by Osteopathic methods. Olflo Over Poatofflcc, OREGON, . . MISSOURI. Sheep For Sale. I have IB bead of good breeding ewes for sale. Call on or address, 0. V. Kurtz, Oregon, Mo., Farmers' pbOM. ARKANSAS LANDS. F. L. ZELLER, HOLLY SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. Ill J. C. WIIITMER, IDEJSTTIST. PROUD IUILDING. Nffth SMe tf SfMtrr. High Wagons, Low Wagons, Iron Wheel Wagons, Wagon Boxes, Grain King and Boss V Shoveling Boards My line Is complete. My prices will Interest you. See me. ' FRANK FOSTER. T. A. Long, Veterinary.