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0. IVDC9YNS PimMmI. Ht&LtiDtlPrLtiigaid Publishing Co TOM CUBBY Sec -Tress. INCORrORATBD" HOLT COUNff SHNTINEL USKIiOn, MUUHIUMI. at IS. rottoflW. Ongon, MtavH, Second Clan aUtlrr. 4 Htl N-irr trut4 to lh latanSU of la BM Ct'a. !a Ux L'alaa. TEPMfas 2.00 i'KIt YEAR. Wsttk Ik 41 flli-laf rr Ik Hnli f Ik a". II 1.11a aaM u vMk rac Mtti:i it mix Friday, January 31, lull. We bclllcvo In the United Stntc of Amcrlcn, as a govern mcnt of the people, by the peo ple, for the people, whose just power aro derived from the con cnt of the Kiivemcd; n Democ racy In a Republic; a sovereign nation of many sovereign states, a perfect Union, one and Insep arable, established upon those Jirinclplcs of freedom, equality, uttlcc and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their liven and fortunes. Our" duty to our country is to love Its to support its Constitution: to obey its laws: to respect it flag; anf to defend It against all enemies. PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE. Clarence" F. linker, of Forest City, won n visitor at the Chllllcothe Dull ness College Tuesday, meeting his former teacher and visiting friends about the Institution where he wan u student a year ago, Charles .Williams, of Fortcscue. hail business In Oregon, Wednesday of this week, Charlie Is a hustler nnd nays he is dolng.u good business with his restaurant there. Ilrlng us your kodak films best finishing right price. HENNINGER imUC! CO. J. I). Morris of the (Herniate dis trict was in town, one day lust week, und made his settlement uttli the coun ty clerk, ns overseer, nnd we are sorry to learn that it will be his last, for he I one of tlie very let In our coun ty, lie lives In Mound City ami goes to nnd front his fnrtii, near lligelow. Charles .Small, of St. Joseph, und Mrs. Katie Walker, of Mound City, were married in St. Joseph, Friday, of last week, January 'J I. Pun- Catey and wife, of Johnson county, Nebraska, were here for a few days last week, visiting their nephews, Dan and Koy Kunkel. For ten year he served im a member of the county hoard of commissioners, (county court), nnd we presume he Is now aide to tesign. Cumpliell (ioodloo, of near Fill more, was here Friday of last week, looking after some land matters. Klmer Johnson hn sold bit "'JO acres, southwest of Mnlllaml, to C. W. 1'owell for the sum of JMU.r.00. J. J. Garner, of l.arned, Kansas, who lias been over to hiivnnnali, visit ing his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W, Drny, stopped heie for u visit with his son, Teed, on his wuy home, a few days this week. Miss Minnie lluetier, who Is tak ing a business course In St, Joseph, .was home for a few- days' visit with her mother and sister, the past week. Walter Hell Is now waiting on customers at the Dawson Clothing Company. James II. l.cmar,of Crulg, nnd Mis'. Kllii McCown, of St. Jo.icph, were mar ried In St. Joseph, Junuary 24. Don Martin, lli'rnes Greene nnd Miss Missouri Kellcy took the civil service examination In St. Joseph, January lli. for appointment to tint postmustershfp of Oregon. There will lie u box supper, and pie social at the Wood's School House, Saturday evening, Feb. 1st. Every iKxIy come. ANNA MAIIKT, Teucher. Clarence Gllliland, of Mound City, and Oru l.ltten, of Multlund, were married In St. Joseph, January 2.'l. A sweet girl buhy to bo hereafter known as Maty Kliiabeth, came to bring sunshine io the home of Mr. "and" Airs, wumtt Hunts, January z. Mr. I)., was formerly Miss Bessie Meyer. Try Hog-Tone costs less and Is strictly gi-aranteeo. . HENN1NGER DRUG CO, Bert E. Patterson hag been named administrator of the estate of John llamm, deceased. ' John R. Wilson, of Forbes, was In town Tuesday, looking after some business matters. He recently sold a MO acres to Bert Cotten. He also sold TO tons of alfalfa, at WO per ton on track at f orpe. Andv Tochtermnn. our bidldlnir contractor, Is home from St. Joseph, where he had a mighty sore finger i .... i . .. r. .. . . . i. .. . ... i . . . : i. .. liruniu uuri, u.'ink mui u case of blood poisoning. Will I'russmnn. of the Culn (lis trlct, had business with the probate court, Tuesday. Al. I'russmun of the Snuaw Creek district, was here Tuesday, -of this week, having business u it It the pro bate court. Aunt Kate Tochtermnn. who was stricken with paralysis several weeks ugo, is In such a mental condition, that Win. I'russnlan has been named us her guardian. A. M. Tibbels. our nrojecutlne at. tornev. was nnre with the County Court, Monday, Miss Tina Stadlcr, a professional nurse of St Joseph, was here the past week, resting up, at the home of her parents, jharics stadlcr anil wire, or the Mayflower district. lohn (Sentry, 'of the llenton di trict, was here Mondav, and say, he wns n busy man at least ihut Is the way he Impressed us. Law-ver W. E. Stubbs. of Mound City, had business with Probate Judge Dungan, Monday. The Irish Grove School house, near Craig, was totally destroyed by fire, Friday last, January '24. "'' fr Government Mnd l,oan. The mortgage that never comes due. For Information In quire of F. I. ZEI.I.LIt. Y bat Hfu nan? honlno tifrn limi In- airi prarlnf lor riM-lto Uit usid rAIIITrotrrand awanwliaapr anisilUOnl What FAIHrrtXT hil doc lor olhrn II ran do lorrno, ami wt abn:nM- It liulanUf alwr t.l-lln in fain and In BanimtlVin dlsapir. PAIIKrooT llli-ta-'lr iuUa avar u nooJon -nlarrMiHtit for W tran Ihla rrmartaM rrroM- iih b-n-sird hundrvtU ol ihouiit t inn sd wnmn allnfrihrmnirr. la I a Ut i!ar foil ni l alUSr.l.nr wul yuu to itluni k and iM uur uwricr ta a. Henninger Drug Co. Lead.ng Prescription Druggist Look out for Span ish Influenza.' At the first sign of a cold take ASCARA(PNINE uadaf 4 cold mntdy far 10 rtu la laUat. fnai lati. aw, no opiatfaf tak up a cold , la 14 hoafi nUvn artp In 1 days. Mom back If II fU. Thtemunbohaialtdtop Wltk Iff. HUl't plcluit. At All Dti OtocM Appreciation. In ictlrlng from the firm of Wilson Bros., I wish to express my appreci ation to the public for their liberal patronage during the past ten yeurs. May you continue to favor the new firm with your business us usual. I l" vt'll n January 24, 1910. o John M. Martin, of Fairfax, was hern on business, lust week, und while here visited his friend, Charley II. Thompson und wife. , lo Goodpasture and family, of Morton, hansus. has moved to the Ed Kneale farm. Tliikit la mn... fn hw.ha ..... - - . - avvi., iw, 1 1 1 u 1 bl'.ch people. Jonn it. fry lias our thanks for n small toy hammer which he made out of Conner. It rertnlnh. U n nlrn nl.. of work, and reflects credit on John's handicraft. llert lntlron nn.l , .Inhn A lliiitim I ... - . call, one day, lust week. They were iaiiih u, buiiiv uuainrs wun me pro bate court. P I. I lyir llM...H I.S, .1.1. f. ivi litis wrvK with his household gooils ami furmlng iiiii-iucnui, going oy train to mile. Mo., wheic he has rented u farm, and will farm the com In senson. His wire und two little kM will follow him in a few days. Wo wish them success in their new home. Murl Hurst, of St. Joseph, was visiting here, this week, the guest of lvwiltlvnu fiml rVlun.lu Mrs. C. W, Brown, accompanied 'iy her granddaughter, Miss Gertrude 1 ruwn, left for St. Joseph, Monday of una wi-1-K, wnere. uranamn iirown will have ur aidi ImaIimI I... n w it rroud. Miss Gertrude returncil home hiuviHiuy, aim on Wednesday entered the office of Dr. J. C. Whltmer, den tist. IIH nfriA. trirl I , So' Meyer is at home from Tur klo, wi'cre he und wife ure keeping lintlMA flip llm lrl ..iliA mm .,...r In the eollego there. Sol. is at home ui .civ iiuyn, getting rcauy fori tlto it, if pniBvii, is.:- ' ' ' - m SELL YOUR i CORN AND WftEAT TO FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO. J FORESTCITY :-: MO. CORN EAL, FEED. rm. w?aw vw ri s UUKXV UUU l;ual I A (I -lit ' ""H""rrj rii" r"r'rrr,iTVrYriYmriAaaniijmMx.ui Big Reductions Men's Women's Children's Shoes S07 FKUX St. Joseph, Mo. Member Hctall Merchants Ass'n Fares Rebated Train or Auto SAVE 20 TO 30 I'F.R CKNT UF YOUU GAS SCT MOHK MH-KAGB KMM1NATK CAItllON TltOUni,F.S -USKI) IN AUTOMOBILES TKACTOKS AND Al.!, GAS KN'GINKS Sold on a Mnnry-tlsrk guarantee -lly- F. E OASTEEL FOKF.ST CITY, MO. Mrs. Mlna Currv vlsltr,! with rel atives) in St. Joseph, Monday of this cck. Mis. A. II. I'uvne left lust week for Custle, Oklahoma, where she will oin her husband, who went a few lays ahead, and they will at once commence woik on their ranch. Muy neaiiii ami prosperity nitenii tlx m. rnotogrupner a. u. uavls and vlfe hud business in St. Joesph, Men lay. Mrs. Mnnti Currv. of Knnsas City, who bus been visiting here with relatives for u few dn'-s. returned home Sunday. Her husLund becominir urn! or hurtling, came up Saturday, unn persraiieii ner in return home mi mm. Miss Hllu Castle, who has been very sick for several weeks, Is now improving, we nic glad to announce. j. ii. r.nior ami wuc were in St. nseph, Monday of Oils week. -Wurrle Wnlker wns hero fur u few days, this week, from White like, South Dakota; where he has lieen buying and shinning corn, and was very successful. Ho returned there, this week, to settle up his business, and will then go tq I'ortland, Oregon, where he .will Join his family, ami where thev will make an indefinite Visit. A, It. Cobum. District Mnnaircr of the Mutual Life of N. Y., will lx in uregon, i-rmuy und Saturday or this week, looking after .insurance business. Judce Duna-an on nedne&dav. of this week. Jan. 29th. snokc the words onla Ituth Anno of Forest City, bus- una wuc. a spicnum young coupie. Mrs.- Mattle Troff t was wa tlna- on Dr. Long's family last week while nicy nan tne innuenia. Mr. und Mrs. Will Cooksev und children were visiting Mrs. Mattle I'rofflt, Sunday. T F.lsworth, George and Harvey i-roiiu were visitors at Airs. icwis 1'roffit's, Satunlay. Illllic Grimes Is home from Camp Funston, Kunsas, visiting friends and relations. Mrs. Marv llevnolds was visitlnir her sister. Mrs. Will Cooksev. u feu- days, last week, Uscur l'ayne was seen in Oregon, Sunday afternoon. Airs. Arthur Miner wus u visitor to St. Joseph, Monday. Mrs. Gerald Kinir and llltln daughter went to Craig lust Thursday. lor a visit with nome roiKs. lieraid King went un on Saturdav. and ro. turned home with his family on Sunday, Born to urns, uooden and wire, of Forest City, a ten pound baby boy, Dr. J. A. klopp in attendance. Sctli Curtis und wife were In. Si. Joseph, visiting friends, and shopping, iu.il rmiuv ami oaiurnay, J. J, ltayhlll, wife und daughter, Kdna, were visiting relutivcs and friends in St. Josenh latt Fridav uml Saturday. irs. hate heeman returned homo last Friday from St. Josenh. wheio she had been visiting with her daugh ter, Mrs. Jim Carter. Will Moore made a business tilp to St. Joseph, Monday of this week. jonn Liuicens iook u purty of men to the Iilo Grande country, 'lexus. He left last Saturday, and will be gone n week or ten days. Mrs. C. D. Zook and daughter, Mr.,S. 11. Hlbbard, with Sherman lllnlne, Jr., accompanied by Miss Murphy, made a trip to St. Joseph, on Wednesday of this week. ' District KvunaHiat, K. V: Haven-' cr, oflirunjwick, Mo., will begin u re. vlvabineetlng at the Christian Church, K. CV-Manle will have charire nf thn muslt Gospel sermons. "Come and we will dovyou good." Services begin at 7 0 p. m. Mike Prussman. of Holvokn-. f,ln. rado.Twas here, thla week, attendlna. to eofce business' matters. He likes his raw home, sava th woih h.. been Sine, and that all of the Holt Counrltles,'a far as he knows, are wm wivaucrma;.' Llm ii nun ii W',-mrrrivirirrii"i'riri "1f?jTri" "Cf '"' YJjfjyfyr'CC. i i.i i.i i r iiii .,i,MMii,iri.'irir,-.'irinr,inofiriryTfvlriiwMji.i Welcome home!! To Our Boys, the returning Victors, who won the greatest fight in all history to free the world from autocracy's haughty domination, our hats are off, our hearts are grateful and glad and we will never forget. Most joyfully we welcome you back! May the days as well as the years ahead of you ever keep fresh in your memory the appreciation and pride which mere words alone cannot express. You did the job right! Military training has certainly worked wonders with your physique-your new clothes to properly fit your bigger chest, small waist, more muscular limbs, should be A Michaels-Stern Value First suit ; As usual we have a nice" assortment for you to select from. Sure we have all the "trimmins." STETSON HATS, ARROW and WILSON BROS. SHIRTS, KEITH KONQUEROR SHOES for Men. LET US SERVE YOU. DAWSONS The Man's Stoife B,.iWa..,..,Mw,.,),),M,),,),, , , ,-, ,-, ,-, ,-, ,-, ,-, ,-, ,-, ,-. ,- - -. -i - jpj' FLOUR. 98 pound sack (6.00 4H pound sack I3.0J AT FAIIMr:itSI.KVATOIt CO.. and AI.KIItK MF.HCANTILK CO., Foicst City, Mo. Kvcry Sack Guaranteed, rw From Our Old Friend, l'ralrie View Ranch, Dlghton, Kans., Jan. 23, 1919.- Dohyns & Curry, Oregon, Mo. Dear Friends: We want to hnve n mule sale in the Charlie Meyer mule barn, early In March. Wo ore win tering a fine herd of mules out here In this Western paradise, and expect to ship the cream or pick of them to Oregon In the near future. We would like for our Holt county farmers to know they will have a chance to buy some good young work mules at their own price, right when spring should bo opening. Weather fine, snow mostly gone, wheat pros pect good. Some Klu around yet but most are better. Hurrah! for Nation al 1'rohlbltlon! Sorry dear old Mis souri did not get in on the 86. She Is a little slow, but all right, Just tho same. JOK H. MURRAY, o James M. Hibbard. a former Ore. gon boy, but now ono of the largest sheep raisers and ranchmen In tho state or Wyoming, near Knvtee, has ueen ncre lor several avs. the truest of his father, Judge George W. Hib bard and many other relatives. Jim sure looks fine, i Charley C. Moore, who was horn on a farm six miles north of Oregon &5 years ago, and served as Holt coun ty's recorder of deeds during the years 1895-119, is now the Lieutenant Governor Qf Idaho. Soon after scrv-, Ing his term he went to Idaho and has prospered, nnd become prominent I In the affairs of his state. , REEFKR'S "MOHK KGGS" TONIC $1 Ter Package. Rlggcst value for your dollar that we or any one else can offer you. Makes layers out of loafers. One package will plainly show you u wonder ful Increase in eggs that arc 4 lie each and going up. attention, ,1'hone your ordci" call,70. K. 1. Reefer Is tho greatest poultry expert In the United rftalci and his greatest asset Is honesty and fair dealing. 'The hen la queen nnd her golden 6c eggs ure worth counting. (ML she ennnot do every thing fpr nothing but she will do a wholjf Ifl'of laying for a little A Tackoge of Moro Eggs will makoVcombs, and red comba make dozens of eggs, and eggs are money and'Hary may tell vou th? rest. Wo pay postage on emit orders to outijmt. jTarmcre Xfobt plnnC4ffltnn? NorthciiRt of Court- House .0R1GON, MISSOURI BjaasjJBJBjasjJsasfBssssssssssssssBjaaBaa r'lWaWaaWaaP' f - ..n.l r I. M. h.i ..us. vtiuiriivu r, lunuer and little daughter, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday with Mrs. Tanner's brother, Ralph Moore and family. o A Bargain. 1 VMIt MMM li Alio lit Ol' t.1.1. . iwvill IIUUDV , M UM i',J U1UIKH from Court House, 1H block to paved street Coal house, carpenter shop, 16x20 new hog house, new toilet, new w its wiii, kuuu fiump, cave jixiu. A nnU ttua .1 a ,iT" V'B I'vu, uvi-p, iiiuiu irven, pear trees, cherry trees. Lot 1G0 ft II 1 1 In. .a ill- n "(""I ijm iiir, vvty (urine, liar gain If taken by February 16th, 1019. f. A, CltOWKI.L. For Sale White Tlymouth Rock Cockerels, These are excellent birds, and are from eggs purchased from Dr. 1 Gear, of St. Louis the most noted flock of White Plymouth Kockd in the United States. Call or addres, GEORGE V HINKLE, Forest City, Mo. I jT1 sS)aBBKflJsas.ZI !!IasllMl BWSSBkjaWfcw'WjM CALL ME FOR. DATES Col.J.W.Crouse1 AUCTIONEER .STOCK- AND FARM SALES I A SPECIALTY BOTH PHONES FOREST CITY it MISSOURI Administrator's Notice, Notice Is hereby given, that Letters nf uMut.,Hiu: . i .... .. f James Cordrey, deceased, were grant ,ed to the undersigned on the 10th day of January, 1910, 'by the I'robuto vwuu ui nun ouniy, xvussouri. vu persona having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowanco to the Administrators with in six months after the dale of grant ing of said Letters, or tney may be nreelUflml tmm nnv K.m A.-at.i i vt.v.an uft can, estutoi nnd If - audi claim bo not c- niuueu wimin one ,year rrom the date of granting said Letters they shall be forever barred. First Publication January 17, 1910. KLMER CORDREY, ... H. T ALKIRE, Attest: Administrators. ie HARRY M. DUNGAN, (Seal) Judge of Probate. ( Hosave Pkoaa, 8T. MutuaT.'lO EMMABL4J0K Osteopathic Physicianr - All tUaMOM trMtedhy OitWpatiiic oitbda. ; ( .J 4 Ko(li nf Final B. III. .... -Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned, Fred Hughes, Admlnistrat? or of the Estate of Marlon Lumleyl " deceased, will make final settlement-, nf hi. n.immi. i ! 1 1. r.1 ja..A - - - t. . ... rani cimiD ii a , VR Ai'nl'lttor,.at.the next term Missouri, to be holden at Oregon, In vmiiii vii ii to ivui uay ut kku ruary, A. D. 1910. FRED HUGHES. Administrator. Notice il Final Settlement. Notice la hereby given that the un derslgned Adndalstrator of the Estate of arialanIaSoden, deceased, will ".ke final aetDement of his accounts W'S.,I, wch administrator. of Holt County, Missouri, to be holder. a . , fit Orsmn. In uU ra.ii. f -u. iaiwM .tt iff w4.a-srr, a. u, iiv. JAMES A. MILNE, Admlaurtrator.