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(MRM 3CIHE IN MOLT COUKTY. MA
OREGOX, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1881.
LET THERE BE LIGHT! t25MS
IT CAN 111! sAFKIA 8AI1) THAT
Jones, Townsend &Co.,
SqujFe DejLi1q CLOTttlEH$r
havk tiik iiHHT i,Kiirn:i
IN THU CITY OF ST. JOSEPH.
They hnvo nw on hand a Rclmblu Stock of Spring Clolhlng, for
MEN'S YOUTH'S BOY'S
wear. Unsurpassed In stylo, quality mid fit In ovcry particular.
Wo keen on Imnd a lino ox samples tor eustomo work, whore suits cm bo
cotton up In quick tunc, and a perfect lit guaranteed.
JOFES. TOWNSEND & CO,,
WE SMILE A T
If vou -would consult vour own interest. lllltlllilV o
m - i M
an honest (lustre to hhvo Money, come to
Barnes & Collison's
IS CENTE1JKD cm
Hut something of far more Importance demands tho attention
of tho eltlzeus of Mound City and Holt county just now, ami that Is
THE BED-ROCK PRICES
HOT WEATHER GOODS!
Wo Have Them in all Styles mm x-ncun.
WELTY BROS & CO
Green apples and young tombstones
Tun County Pai'kk Is for sale
for llvu cents a copy.
Orwron will tako tho lend for a
good crop of babies this year.
-Snilnsr chickens aro now rlno
enough to pull, but It takes a fellow with
gocd norvo and a well filled pocket-book
to tncklo them.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Thorn
ton, on Tuesday, July 6th, a boy His
first whoop was for Weaver for Presi
dent and down with tho National banks.
-Ilinun: " Hoso miss: yes ina'm,
splendid lino, all shades. How many?"
Miss: "Two. of course, you old hea
then. Do you think I have a wooden
Tho second Quaiterly Meeting of
tho M. K. Church will bo held at Tri
umph School IIouso next Sunday. Itcv.
John u ayman, I). 1). will proacli In Or
egon at night.
-Married, nt Mound City, at tho res
idence of thu groom's father, on July
Cth, 1881, by Nov. .1. II. Whipple, Mr.
Laudon Silcott and Miss Annlu York,
all of Holt county.
. Orejron is a :ood, Rolid town. Her
merchants aro nearly all wealthy, and
prosperous and contented: but It don't
speak well for a town to hnvo .Jlmpson
weeds and dog-fennel blooming on our
Ninety-six in the shade makes a
man satisfied with the new version of
tho testament, as it seems wlso I hat hell
was eliminated therefrom. Wo have a
sufficiency of it haro now, without wait
ing for a hereafter.
There is no nso in being backward
I prlmsliful about t l.o ,,A,,V1mi.fr-,!fii'im
jVIOTITX CITY, S..
A. N. 8AXT0N.
R. U. HENDRICK
SAXTON & HENDRICK,
uimiru(I V. 11KTA1I. DKAl.KltH IN
Fine Watches, Rich Jewelry, Sterling Sllverwaro, Silver Plated Waro, French an
American uiocks. upera masses, opeuiauicB, j ,lin
wr.. ul..,ll r.tr.... nitr L iMilnppmeilts III IUlr.ll lllu
lit f.ii.f nverltll IIL' nrrtn n HIT in III" ie.wt iry triHir. J i """('"".'
Wllllt til UlIL
.. n - - ...
to thn Ueoordor's oiIHc, tea nun an
about it, and get a license before tho
minister can tie the knot It is trying
on tho nerves, but it must bo done.
Five saloons in Parsons, Kansas,
aro soiling on tin average, umij m.-
of beer per day. Ono week ago tho
Helnwnt House bar cleared 8350 on
beer alouo. How U that for prohibi
tion, Kansas, "(iod's country," and
great St. John? fttrmns Sun.
A well-known local preacher in
Maitland whllo Instructing a class of
urchins In Sunday school told them
that God could do everything, whoro
upon ono of them asked: "Can God
make a rook so big that ho can't lift
it?" Tho boy's question remains
Somo of our county officials aro
lust now rcalizln'' the beauties of mov
ing. Judge Hussol has woven nis pro
bate business into tho law olllco of K.
VnnHusklrk; S. W. Morrison, County
Collector, will receive your taxes in the
law olllco of Jas. Llmbird, and W. H.
Frame can bo found in tho olllco over
T. S. libido's drug store.
Tho comet, or sumo other disturb
er, has nuuio iboi tiui.s i .-
ruble year. Tho almost universal anil
excessive cold, snows, Hood, Hurri
canes, and oxtromes of heat, aro not
easily accounted for by any ordinary
t,.4 iiimivn tn Kninntillo men. If
Rev. Mr. Miller .vlll preach next
Sabbath In Oregon both morning and
A cabbago loaf in tho hat will not
prevent sunstroko, but a brick in the
hat Is almost latal.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Poyne,
on Wodnostlny, July l.'Ith, a girl; moth
er and child doing wall.
Do you want an organ? Wo liavo
a splendid eight-stop, Kimball organ
for sale for S'Jj.OO. Call nnd see It at
Gnsconi, the Chicago faster finish
ed his forty-five davs fast last Monday
at noon. Hound Tanner should now got
up ago-as-you-picasc starving miiteii.
Tho man in the moon will bo of no
Interest to the "doar gills" so long as
tho comet's tall remains as largo and
as visible ns It has for tho past few
The grnco with which our sixteen-year-old
boys swing on totHo arms of
their sweethearts on their evening prom
enades those pleasant evenings is amus
ing to witness.
"Is kissing criminal? " asks an ex
change. That depends. If a man
klscs a homely slstcr-ln law on relation
ship principles, it is quite proper, but
if ho kisses tho plump, rosy cheeked
hired girl, his wife will mako him think
it is decidedly criminal.
And still they coma! Horn to Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Richards, a boy. Tho
way Henry was setting 'om up to tho
boys was evlilonco enough that ho was
pleased with the now arrival.
' ("mini boys, hurrah 1 It's now my t rout.
For I'm llu' happiest laddie
That ever walked upon this street,
I'm (laddie. Oh, I'nuliiilille.
Our darling Is mi killing sweet,
Ami iih pretty us n posy j
U gut sueh killing little feet,
And looks so round mid rosy,
lt'n pit tin1 e es anil nose of pa's.
It's little head It level ;
It's mouth l.s Just llkn Its mama's,
I'lwi 11,(1,1 .liii'll
OT,K'7'J1V"W Willi vj,1()0 to
maxo a practlco of Iiitcliing tici
o ,ii;ir leatiH
to the (.hade trees along Hie Mle.,Va.s
anil wo liavo been requested t0 S,M. V '
all sucli pers iuu It. i" lr i
Interest hereafter to tlo to tho bltchlng
posts put up for that purpose. One of
our citizens had si thrifty Klin troo en
tirely killed last week from tho effects
of horses girdling it. After so many
years of waiting and the tlmo nnd ex
pense of getting a nice shade tree it Is
really discouraging to seo them destroy
ed In such a reckless manner. Let per
sons who aro In this habit mako a note
of this and hereafter cxerciso a little
Judgement about tielng their teams.
Next tc a good 'load overseer Ore
gon noeds a dog-klllor worse than any
thing elso. Tho canlno raco for tho
nast two or three wcoks have been mak
ing "Koine howl" In the locality of ono
ot our hotels, and the boarders swear
during tho most of that. portion of tho
2t hours when night has tin own her
gablo curtain o'er all creation and pin
ned it with tho stars." Sonio of these
durs aro liable to meet an untimely end
if they do not clmngo their midnight
serenades. Ono of tho boarders says
is Is almost as unendurable as the prac
tlco liourot an amateur oporatlo singer,
or tho doleful repetition of "bweotlicart
I am dreaming," with piano accompa
niment by a lovo-slok girl.
A correspondent thus writes to an
nvelnuiirn: " Penny wise and pound
foolish " is an old adage, and no better
in iit't'iiH'iiii in nur-ii - ... i - i- ...
m to iiuinumiu i v" -. " ...in i. i i . .i.t ..ii i. ltitiii ii.iciinnawunr i t ...!,. in tint ini'iiifi
" :r ' ; "i .,lii i..iiiiin u nvtciiiioii 10 nil. win mm n n wtu i r wiiiil biiuii uu nv "r ttinn wild iifuiiuuii.u-) u imin
jiiiwitit inoiMiininir Kt'iiMMi a vmu't Ml?, v. ;V" . . t. f . - ....... .
-- i. I , m till roil HUMS. lur nil ill fill l II til' niij t inn
I'lltlMl'm lllUt-IMIIIlIK ni.tir.wii. 4 . , ihiliii ivlull U k:I V. 1 11111. HIIT
rXniZWl KloekDetwcen Filth .u.d K.xU.
St. ,IOMpll, AIO.
comet hns nothing to uowuuii, Cvtuu,,i0 f it can bo found than mat oi
,.i,.unn notlco hla county paper, no aim ins juuhij
jlHinifactiirer of till klnd oi
TRAVELING antl PACKING TRDMKS
VAI.IKKH, &e AND DUAI.KU IN
TBAVELING BAGS ai SATCHELS,
113 &, 115 Second Street, bet. Felix & Francis
HT. .lOHKl'K. MO
1 110 lOIK.WlUX ui. . . . .... . , f
from tho Kdlna Democrat pays a high non.n.j u,"ll, V " " w
rlbuto to Miss Heath who formerly all tho Information it co, tains, I u
uiuutu . ... ...i la , iiatvunnitei-In a family
tltniirht iii tho Normal, anil who mis n """" i " ' ... .....
." ? i., vi,h,lrv who are tho children are apt to grow up w.u.m.t
uus u. ' . , n ,,B9il.u t(( b0 intelllffont above tho
erbert & Co:
In their Noy Quarters at
618 PaMx Sim, StddroopIi9
Have the fiarorcpJ! Host nnd Most
In St. Josopli, to wlilcmiiOY inviio espocim niiuiimiii. im j
skilled Plumbers nnd Gns Fitters, nnd guarantoo any work they do
to be us cood as tho best. They also have n complete lino of Iron
nntl Wooilen Pumps Whon in want of anything in thulr lino rc
momber tho plnco. 01 fi Felix Street, nnd tho firm,
W.nta f,,v the State Normal in nun un - -i .
ents Ml ino a ave .u . ,m,eiuing of
of Judge Henry, of Macon county. hopo is strol,gor, the cer-
Ihith citizens and students becaino very -Alt" 1 3" , "ove v is by
1 Anant over the act, and quite a nun, t. y of U, I t J
bol of tho former waited on tho .onr. " " Ilutllorlti(,s Hl otc-
to i-Vicerlaln tho cause, but tho bourn " . Umt ,U8CO',tulon
eoi, d give no reason for their action in ,.,.ui,ml. nnd. whllo tho
removing Miss II. Somo say that it I ' . mll inm.fullv onoour.
was dono on ncoount ot politioiil prcju- ' , ........ ... ... ,, ,,.. ,.on; tiim.a
. i nirinip iviniiii inn iii"5i u ti
dice, others that it was on account ot n n b(j
her being a Molhotlist. nut, be tuut us . t tQ
it may, the clti.ena were no ways uoek- 'Btoat AU that hvmm 8kill can
ward In giving vent to their leoi ngs. . nd, with thu
A meting ot the boai-il of public schools 1 n
was called, and Miss Heat., was oiooiou ; ? ,th of w, w(0)
to tho prlnclpalshlp without a dissenting - . tlmt
vnlon ,.t ,, anlnrvnf S100 DOV UlOlltll. ,lU ""v " . . i 1.1
nulttcau wanted to bo a Mo Too.
101 3 in tho shado nnd Vunnor to
Don't forget tho concert and festi
val to-morrow evening in thu park.
Wouldn't It bo a wlso thing to start
a "Novorswcat Club" this hot weather.
W. T. Scott will preach nt Forest
City next Sunday morning nnd ovuning.
Tiik County Pai'KU offers a premium
for tho man with tho biggest feet Kb.
Wlcknm and Louis Moore aro ruled
Wo aro surprised Ouiteau did not
succeed ns a lawyer. Ho has soveral of
thu elements that would have made him
a great criminal lawyer.
In our notice of Mr. Pinkston last
week wo made an error, it should
liavo read "sitting room" instead of
"kitchen." Kd never goes about tho
kitchen no never not in hls"vholo
Sho was decorating her room with
pictures, sho perched Ilairy's photo on
the top-most nail. Then sho sat down
to admire her work, and quietly re
marked: "Now evervtlilmr is lovelv
and tho gooso hangs high."
-Owing to tho intense heat there
was not as largo a crowd as was ex
pected at the basket picnic lat Sunday
In Mr. Sehlotzbaucr's grove. Hut those
present passed a pleasant afternoon in
singing and listening to tho addresses
delivered by Key. Maupin and William
ton. If wo aro to belicvo our exchanges
there wasn't a celebration In the coun
try but what had "a crowd variously
estimated at from six to ten thousand
by the best judges." It would have
been a good time lo tako the census uu
that day. Missouri would surely had a
population of over 4,000,000.
There will bo another one of thoso
delightful open-air conceits and moon
light festivals in thu park on next Sat
Mrdny evening, itofroshiiients will bo
flirnisll(!i! hv Messrs. It.dnlmnlt Itlinn.
and music by tho Oregon Cornet Hand.
Come out everyone and enjoy a cool
aiu visited us Tuesday noon which
came just lu tlmo to throb life Into the
living corn and lay the dust on the
hot and parched earth, which seemed
to laugh as it frooly drank it down. 1 hu
farinors aro jubilant, and they havu
good reasons to be, as a good corn crop
Is now ii'snred.
John Hurnctt Collins, sou of T. W.
Collins of St. Joseph, and whoso old
homo Is Oregon, was captain of tho fa
mous Yalo College boat crew, which
defeated Harvard on tho first of July.
This is said to bo tho greatest eight-
oarud race ever ran, and all tho eastern
papers speak highly of John's captain
ship Ho was furnished a special train
to Now Haven and met with bis recep
tions on route. John, having gradua
ted with high honors ns a student and
alhlfte, has put on tho crowning sheaf
by sailing for a plcasurotrip to J-.uropo
Success to him in his life work.
They wcro sitting on tho school
houso steps ono ove, not loiig ago. Ho
had an aim around her waist. Sho had
her head upon his shoulder tlmt manly
shoulder. They had been cooing love
to each other for some time, when she
nestled a little closer, and murmured
audibly, "I love you darling Harry,
aren't von triad?"
hy.... niv dear. I'm clad. Aren't
"Yes. I'm clad that you're glad
Arnn't vou rlail that I'm slad?"
Yes, I'm glad that you're glnd that
It,., rrlml. Arilll't VOU fflllll tllttt Pill
glad that you're glad?"
W'e heard no moro, for
Head lioweil toward head ; Up met Up,
Their Rliidiwn mid their hllss
Vcru personllleil rlcht there and then,
In ono tremendous kiss.
ir,. .innk. Scott, who lives near
Craig, had thirteen head of horses run
nln'ont hi tho bottom near that piaco
There was a young man fnmt the Mission.
Who spent atl his Sundays a llshln' ;
He said lludes, for llell,
When they didn't hltc writ,
Korliu read the. ltevlsed Kdlllon.
"Oh thou dear nilstiess of my heart I
My iiiiki'I let mo kneel before thee
And say how heavenly .wort thou art,
And how devotedly I adorn thco "
Sho turned away her lovely heard,
And with 11 languid look that tired
My soul, hi murmured nceunts nld
"You make mo tired."
A mini of kindness tiililslc;t Is kind,
Put lirutal action show a hrutal mind ;
lteineinher lie who made thee, made the lirute.
VHoae',thec speech and reason, formed hlui
Mary had a little lamp,
Kho tried to blow It out ;
The papers say that Mary went
IllKht ll)i tlieKoldeii spoilt,
There Is a place that Is warmer than this,
And a place where they don't .shovel snow j
There Is a place where nil wicked people Kd,
Ami a place where Charles (lultteail wIIIk",
Yes, you het.
I met my love In the summer
Thu breeze blew from the south,
Sweet with the breath of cIiiut;
1 kissed hc'l- Utile n th ;
Hut I told my pet full plainly,
As I gave her hand a siiiei'e,
"I've lots of love for you thirling,
Hut not much bread and cheese."
Hut then she showed her dimples,
Tim blue eyes seemed to shine.
Her head was on my .shoulder,
The little lips toughl mine ;
Him said, "1 am not hungry,
And summer lime Is here ;
Wlm cares for bread and cJiccsu, hive?
I want j our kisses tlear I "
Ye men of business, ste,i this way,
l'lease notice what I havo to say :
"l is simply this. I would aihlse,
Jl Mtftltylt In lHll'lllf.
The ellorts of an honest man,
When iiinile iifciirilhig to this plan,
Can scarcely fall success in bring.
And wealth will be a certain thing.
l!w Is It with the stingy knave,
Determined nil his cash tu savo (V)
He gains no wealth, and wins mi prle,
llecaiise, he tloes not advertise I
A'nd all the world will soon tlesplso
Thu in. in who does not inhcrtbe.
Wiy .should you wait, It will nt poy,
.S'n Ki ml ymir orili iv i 'i'ui mnill
This paper's Agent's eager cj es
Await to see you adveitlse.
Our paper friends, Is Just the thing,
It eauiHt fall success to bring i
If you would bo accoriledwlse,
In Tiik Cou.NTV l'ACKU advertise.
Now tho Khowder'.s In the pot,
And the days lire gelling hot,
And wo nil begin to swelter
With n swclt, swelt, swlt.
While tho crimson lemonade,
Through astrawenehauts the maid,
Who displays a hunch of Mowers
At her belt, belt belt.
which gives her a better position than
tho ono sho lost without just cause."
Call and examine Dan. Martin's
complete stock of Fly Nets, Covers and
Lap Dusters, before purchasing elsewhere.
him. Hut the publlo sliouiu
not suffer too great a reaction tram tho
terrible anxiety that lias ueou uuuui
gone. Tho people should not bo decelv
ed with thu belief that the uangev
Tim stuck tailed to come up, and Mr
Scolt started out In search ; ho came to
an old log hut and looking in discover
ed his thirteen, horses stiff In death.
Mr. Scott thinks the horses nan gone
Into the houso to got out of tho heat, and
in movlug about caused tho door to
shut, which caused their death by ex-
trmnn heat. Wo recret to learn tins, u
jl0 is illy able to stand such a loss.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
The stock holders nf the Hast Forest Flouring
Mm ('oiiniai Ytiro hereby not lied that im elo;'
VZ friMot'ie!MUreel...rH w ill be lie d
ot August next, ai y f,''wu j(j,v jf, rims.
J. II. U, tC'KTin, of",
..... ,..-.! to ,,,vv niirrvliisr a colli
Wail. iUHIHll " n . .
..i. triL- nf Hucro'V Harness of his
own nianun.iiii ,v.. ..... --
., n..at n nii unrk can be. tjttll
Cllonii 'tn iiicv
and In' I'oiivliined.
llln.e on, Old Sol, blaze tin I
;.. With all your pent up heat
lllaze on I
Although I'm conked from head to feet.
Allhongh I'm soaked I ruin feet to head,
Allhough my iiomi Is blistered red,
Although I've wished that I wero dead.
.Never you inlud,
lll.ie on, Old Sol, blae nil I
Willi all your piercing rays
lllaze on I
You have my blessing on your hliue.
TIs true I'm overshoutlng "phmigh I"
TIs true, I've .swum thn hot nirbhie?
"l is true, a Ktmsti'tiko sunn comes duo ;
Hut don't let that.iiiiseltlo you t
Never ou inliitl.
Illao on I
Tho comet has spilt In two. So
say the astronomers.
Sunstrokes nro numerous In ot
Louis and Kansas City. About fifty on
ui urn reiioi'ted. anil ubout liillf these
- Our Forest City correspondent was
lu error last week in .stating that Air. ).
M. Ford of that city Intends to vomvu
to St. Joseph. Wo aru glad of this.
Wo cannot afford to lose sueh citizens.
Wo understand Miss Lou Arnold is
making arrangements to give us anoth
er musical treat in tho shape of one of
herentoitaining concerts somo tlmo in!
August. We ate only expressing thu
wish of many when wo say we sincerely
hope she will. Sho will bo greeteu wiiu
a crowded houso which will only indi
cate the esteem of tho people lu tills
vicinity of this esttmablo young Iiuty.
Wm. H, Patterson met with quite
u bad aouidont ono 'day last week whllo
harvesting.- His team of four amies
lio.cimio frltihtened at tho cars and ran
o.eov. timrliiL' a now self binder to
"v, " .
,.io,. and in urine Mr. rauorsun vcrv
iii. His son who was riding the
load team was carried and dragged for
half a mllo, but oseaped with miiu in
iT.,ni0 vn.r,,),,iii Kleilllsiu Ilnir lie-
nowor is a universal favorite for rcstor-
..... i.ni,. tn tta nriirtiiiil i-olor. and
niaklug hair grpw out thick,
Whnt We Would Like to
E cry body hanny.
t Politicians cot sense.
t A law restraining cats. '
t Jako Foster get married. '
f All lunatics shot on sight.
tChnrlcy Peter In tho tank.
tHob. Montgomery on stilts,
f (iitltcau in Atchison county,
f Hod-headed girls In a minority,
t All soro heads tile at their birth,
t The author of "Hcautlfiil Snow."
t Miss Arnold give another concert,
t Harry Farngher's marriago license,
f An asylum for families established,
t Sloiiofcldcwalks built nil over Ore
gon. t Thu old maid that didn't live in
t President Hat field fully restored to
t Will Noble open n bottle of lemon
t Will Minton when he is painting
f Our delinquent subscribers coir.o lu
and sett It) up.
t-I. W. Hart of Mound City return
with his bride.
t A small touch of last winter's cold
weather just now.
t The preacher that wasn't addicted
to white neck-tics.
t Fewer silver pieces with holes
gouged out of them.
t A comet that didn't insist .upon
moving tail foremost.
f John Lent, of New Point' with a
wife ami six children.
t Thu next assassin strung up be
fore tho police gets him.
t Thu Council Hltiffs railroad com
pany get up an excursion.
t The man who has counted tho hairs
on (Jt'orgo Chadtluek's hca-.l.
f A man that doesn't thiuk'tilsuvotlier
can cook better than Ids wife.
fA small hoy that didn't bvlievc his
mission in life was to make iv uniso.
t A bigger fool than tho imn who ex
pects to-fiud gratitude in this, wovid.
f A woman who didn't insist upon
having the inside of a wuwdcil sldo
""i'j'ror. DraKO aim wuicaivim
of T. I. Krcck.
-J. A. Ilooton of Curning gave us a
pleasant call last week.
Fred. Kellogg w tv.vllng law with
. . t ..1....
nron'cuttug utUMrtiey auumm.
Mrs. Alice- Hunt oi ;eiiaim i ws-
. I.! .
lug her inwthtsr, Jtrs. iAiuey tu iuv
Ira Iteemo ot Afton, iowii, wis
visinng hi uuuy friends in l orcst t-nj ,
Dan. Martin is ugont for tho Stude
ikor wairon and will sell them at St.
Mis. Daniel Zook has accepted tho
ageney for Holt county for thu model
Mrs. Kaio fi. Holta spent Montla y
In Mound City: sho was a witness in a
S. Westheliner anil son oi ni. .mo .
wero interviewing our prosecuiuiK
tornev last Friday.
Marshall S. Huyett of the Wilcox w
White Organ Co., was In our city sev
eral days this week.
Mrs. Julia Marshall nee Dryileu)
t.f Pleasant Hill, Mo., is visiting nor
sister, Sirs. M. Sterrettt
W.'T. Kdtly, nnu of tho most go
nial men m Holt county, was at the
the seat of govert niunt last Friday.
Unhurt Montgomery and family
returned Saturday last from Ihulr sever
al weeks jaunt to the lakes ami the east
Charley Crsant of Mound City
was shaking hands with the wholesale
men of St. Joseph last Salurday-101
In the shade.
Mrs. Dr. Aiuold, from llrownvlllo,
Neb., is visiting her estlmablo and ac
complished daughter, Miss Um at tho
residoneo of W. 11. Frame..
Master Clare Irvino left Monday,
to take a "case" on tho Maitland Inde
pendent. We Imllove that Olare is ono
ot tho best compositor oi ins sru hi
(lie northwest both swift and eloan.
John Cowan of New Point icturneil
from auineeton college last wonuaj.
He was captain of the viotorious crew
in the rowing matcli between i riiieo-
on ami Williams. He .now --wears mo
Hon. T. H. Pamisli, who Jias ueen
.,t, nin. umtniff Ills ,fiuenus 111 cen-
ttral.lown.'liuiiting, flslilng, and the like,
.returned ,to UU .old stamping grouuu
last aJiioslltiy. Tom W1U them iouows
that was a poor country In -wliloli to
hutit, and that lu Holt county ho had
klUed as high as 270 rabbits In ono day.
Ho was immediately olccted .president
of .thn Liars Club of the State.of Iowa,
vivo the present Incumbent removed for