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Friday, October 18. 1019.
The Republican Ticket.
WIU.IAM II. TA FT.
.IOHN V. McKt.N'l.KV.
.1 udL't of tliti Supreme Court:
CIIA lil.KS A. HKSTOX.
For Cotntri'v! .
tTI.AI'Ii V. HICKMAN.
For Itvprt'sviil alive:
' For Judce County Court - lt MM.:
1 I'KTKU IIAISKII,
For Judtru County Court.- 'Jd Dlst.,
ISAAC l. J'AINTKIt.
For l'fo.i'Ciitlii Alt jmum:
A. M. TIIIHKt.S,
I'l.liltV V. IIA.MSAV.
For Public A'tlmliilstr.ttor:
ti i.uiitii: w. cc.m m i ns,
For County Treasurer':
IDIIN II. I'KltKT,
I.. II. J.ONti,
County Central Committee.
Chairman. T. C. Iniiimu. Oteon.
'Secretary. V. II. Alkliv, Forest
Trcisiirur.-lns. A. WillLims For lies
IIIkuIou -Frank Walker.
Kenton Win. Tyson.
Clay M. C. Kriiuiliitiuh.
' Forties .las. A. William.
Forest -W. II. Alklre.
1 Hickory Art Callow.
Lincoln- August llfitittorf.
Lewis T. C. Diinc.tu.
Notlawii) ..I. K. Ilrelt.
I'nliin K. L. (iailnei.
Public : Speaking !
HON. B, J. MEEKER,
nni! of the mutt floUi;iil and ellec
tlve ptiltllr sjieakerT ol lint West, will
address the. iieoim of this section, at
.thc'Courl House, liotj) afternoon and
Oregon. .Mo Moiitlav, (li t. 21.
..V .' 'I ...
, Mr. Mi-kur comes itiylt-r tlti ilri'C-
,t ion (II .tliu .Sjieakei s lljireau of the.
tlIt,')uliH'ai,i State, Commit tee.
The Holt County Sunday School
convention will lie held Oclolier -0 at
the Woodvlllo.cliurcli. Tills county
convention will lie conducted hy Dr.
'M.'L. Wllllains, sthto Held worker, of
Liberty, Mo. This convent Ion will he
' 'preceded hy a lecture on. "What Has
the Greatest 'inlliicnctf In Forming
the .Conduct InChlldren Hie Home,
ijt School,, or the Sunday School V
This lecture will he uiven Saturday
idKht, October III. iAII are cordially
.......1.1.. ...Ill ll.lt
.l,,l. IU VW...U MM., nn iv.iuiri
"II lu fr.ti VV., llMtu. ul'itrl' Stuml'll
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school , III Holt county may he rupre-
' Presbyterian Church Notes.
i A very good attendance was appro
' elated at all thu'servlrt'silast Sunday.
Itci'tilur services as' usual next Suit-
Guy CiiininliiN will lead prayermeut
In;: tonight and the Sunday school les
'Iftort will be the subject "for study.
ThVpadtor Ik' In WarrcnsburK tills
i.V-pok atteiullntlio Synod of Mlssou
rli ' i' - - '
We are rlad'"to welcome Uro.'l'owell
Nears the Ninety Line.
Last Friday, Septcmlier 2", was
Kreat'Kreat Grandma IleAterJV.. I ttdd'A
H'.itfi birthday, and the day before
(Thursday) In company with her
daughter, Mrs. W. It. Walker, she
walked down to the Drosselmelef
firm, about a mile, and each picked a
basket of .(rapes and walked back
home with them. Mrs. Walkar of;
fered to help her carry her basket of
(francs, but she declined the assist
ance,' and returned with her load, feell
ItiR'as spry almost as tier daughter:
Mr, .hidd has live children living!
Mrt. W. It. Walker, Mrs. John Garni
ble, It. F. .Itidd, Seth .ludd, of Wathe
na, and Win. .Itidd, of Troy She ha4
seventeen grandchild rcn, twenty-three
Kreat'Kamlchlldren, and one ttrcat
Krcat-Krandchlld, Mrs. Walker belnc
the tfreat-tirand mot Iter In the Hue.
Her son-in-law, W. It. Walker, was7
the following day (Saturday) and
claims he Is hut one day younger than
his mother-In. law, and according to
the new pension law Is entitled to an
Increase of t4 a month more pension,
for which he promptly made out and
forwarded Hie requisite application
papers.- WathenalKan.j Itepulillcan.
Big Loaf Contest.
Saturday was the close of the Quick
'Action Hamre t'emoustratlon, also
the termination of the llltf Loaf
Guesslim' Contest at Itohert Smith
Hardwaie Co., Store. More than :)(
Kitesscs were rcK'Ntertd, ratiKln from
two to sixty pounds. ,l 4 o clock
the IiIk loaf was put on tlie scales
anil found to welk'h '-'-'I pounds. It
was found that two had guessed the
welt-lit exactly Mrs. John Dcrr and
.1. M. milliard, the latter wlinihu' by
virtue of halni; tlie llr.st out of the
hat: Mrs. Herr Jakim; second prle. a
set oi stiver spiKins Mck .stock look
the big loaf by winning thlid, with a
guess of -.1 pounils. The big loaf was
cut In two after thecontet and was
found to be thoroughly baked, which
proves conclusively the baking ail
vantage-, of the Famous Quick Ac
Christian Church Notes.
We had :i large and appieel.it he
audience present Sunday, morning
and uniting. The communion ser
vice was conducted by Kldor W. II.
Hardmaii, and was very beautiful
and uplifting. No better way to pro.
claim to the world our faith hi our
Savior than by being pieent anil ob
serving he LoidV Supper.
the annual business meeting of
the church will be held next Sunday
morning at II o'clock. You aiu ex.
peeled to lie present and help to elect
your olllcers for next year, and also
to puss on the recommendations of
jour present olllcers .
1'ieachlng ut Cnlon, Sunday morn
ing at II o'clock, ami at Oregon, Sun
day owning at "::m.
It. II. Haw-on.
of the Holt County Sunday School
Convention, to lie held at the Wood,
vllle church, Sunday, October '.M, loll':
tn.'io a. in. I 'nlon Sunday School.
IU::ki a. ut. Smig Sunday School
Topic-- What Is M Ihity As a
Sunday School TeaclterY" Speak
er-: Win. Klluepeter, Will Fennel
Have Kennedy and dr. Williams.
Song . . .Sunday School
ll:oo.in. Topic "How Incica-oihc
Spirituality In Song Service?"
Speakeis: .luhn l.acey, Wesley
achmaii and cth.-is.
Appolutmeiil of committees on
'timoand place of next convention
and election of olllcers for the
Mu-lc ... Woodvllle String Hand
I . in.' -penlug exercises
Song i Sunday School
Toplc-"llow Can Teachers Hest
. F.mphuslo tlieji'iactlcal, K very
day iMitlew Taught in t he Sunday
School Lessons?'' Speakers: Shan
non Hardmaii, Ituv. Meyer, llev.
Weldemler, I'rof. Noel and llev.
T. I). Itohcrts.
J:oop. m. Music String Hand.
Toplc-"The: Hest Method of
(.leating Knthu'-lasui In Men In
the Sabbath School." Speakers:
.lames Weight man, lie.-. Dawson,
Ituv. AuguslDiuand Mrs. Alberta
'i:'M p. m.-s.MusIc ,. Stilng Hand.
Lecturo-"lt'n A Man's .lob."...
.iltev, S. L. WllllauiH.
Itejiort of Committee
Collection for State Work
. A cordial invitation is extended to
all.. - , Committkk.
Ilasness & Fojter brought their
ltil.'l Oyerlaud demonstrator up from
Kansas City, Tuesday. For the ores-
cut they are using the Foster shop
ror a.garago. Harry IlasncsN, Frank
Foster. Itohert Rulev and Morh
Martin occuoled the car iliirlnu th
drive from Kansas City.' They report
the roads from Kansas City to St. Jo
seph, fair, but from St. Joseph to Or
High School Notes.
The pupils of the Oregon Hlgh'have
gotten down to good solid studying In
tlie last two weeks. Theteachers have
devised a scheme of note books and
extra readings, so as to require each
student to study at least three out
Our chapel periods, which are ,new
to the school, have been very Inter
esting, and one marked feature was a
chapel given by the first and second
rooms. Mrs. Murphy and Miss .rack
son had the children to give a pro
gram, consisting of songs, recitations
and memory items, which proved that
the children have received patient
The Seniors and Freshmen met Oc
tobr " and organized a literary socie
ty, to which they gave the name
Adelphlan (a literary brotherhood)
Tills society will give a program ev
ery two weeks. They elected the fol
lowing: Hanson Murray, president;
Oakley Morris, vice-president: Nelle
I'riissm.in, Secretary and treasurer:
Anne Kiii7.ii, critic: .Marjorle Fit?,
matirlce, pianist, The president ap
pointed a program and constitutional
Our other lllerarysoclcty hasorgau
l.ed for the .vear. under the name
Zetosophlan (seeker after knowledge.)
The llr.st program will be given one
week from this Friday. The olllcers
are: llruce llurgess, president: Iteg-
luald lllnile, vice-president: Dorothy
Kurt., secretary; Will Me.ver, treas
A lire drill has been Inaugurated hy
I'rof. Powell In our school. Our first
drill took place Friday of last week,
and the building emptied of teachers
and pupils In iH seconds.
A new Interest has been brought
Into our school by Professor Powell.
He lias promised for some time to
help along our studies with magic
lantern slides, so Tin-dat morning
the Seniors were pleasantly surprised
by Professor Powell show liigthoOber
ammergau Passion I'lav, which was
cniiucclul with their F.iiglMi Lltera
tore. The machine belongs to him,
add Is out. of the many new things
which he lias Introduced li the school
We appreciate his ellorls very much,
and know that it will help t.i add In
terest to oui studies.
Professor Powell very ably lllled
the pulpit at the Methodist church,
last Sunday, both morning anil eve
ning, the pastor, Itev. L.C.Powell,
being absent at confeience.
Kvery member of our school will hu
glad to know that Itev. Powell will he
with us another year. He has been a
companion and helper to every stu
dent of the High School, both ill the
s.diool work and athletics.
Monster Missionary Meet
in St. Joseph.
Lay members of churches coming
from all over the cuunir...
On October 1M and :'" there will he
held In St. Joseph the greatest mis
sionary convention ever gathered In
tlie West. This convention Is that of
the Laymen's Missionary Movement
which had Its Inception at Washing
ton, D. C. the years ago. The move
ment Is Interdenominational In na
ture and Is not for the puipo,. of col
lecting money for missionary work,
but to Incite lay members of church
es, men by the way, In a greater In
terest hi missionary work and mis
sions In general.
Piumiueul among those who will
come for the big convention, which Is
to be held in the Auditorium, and at
which from l.uoo to ,.Vmi men are ex
pected to gather, will be Col. i:. li.
Halford, of the Culled Slates army,
and former secretary to President
HarrNon:.!. Caniplsdl White, Now
York: William Millar, New York, anil
prominent lay mission enthusiast
from all over the country. The con
vention will close with a dinner at
which prominent laymen will speak
and which will he one of the big fea
tures of the convention.
P. E. O. Programs.
HostessMrs. Carey Hunker.
Magazine Article 1 1 -Miss Lois
Music Yocal Duet Mrs. .eller,
Mrs. )' Fallon. i
Lesson HovlowMrs. Hunker.
Magazine Article IV Mrs. Henry
Hostess Mrs. piingau.
Itoll call. Miscellaneous.
Magazine Article 1 Mrs. Welly.
.musio vocai noio sirs. Allen. v
Lesson Review Mrs. Hunker.
Magazine Article III Mrs. Martin.
Roll call. Miscellaneous, '
Magazine Article II Mrs. Proud. .
Music Vocal Trio-Mrs. VanlHis
tlrk. Mrs T.nlininr. Mrs. Allm, -
uesson neview Mrs. zaenman.
Magazine Article IV Mrs. Kunkeh
'HERE'S WHAT MISSOURI WILL VOTE ON AT THE
NONE OP THE TAXES ON THESE INSTITU
TIONS. The Sliiale Tnxers of the Fnlteil States want MIk
sotirl to (limine Its eoliKtltutloii so Hint luinl alone will
be taxed. lr they lutve their way tlie bank with all of Its
money, bonds. inorlRORe, bulldlngo, etc.. gees free. The
elevator, the brewery, the bin stores nil are exempt ex
cept for the kioiiihI they starnl on. The fnriner will lntve
!o pay; Ills hoiiHe, stork .mil tools will lie exempt, but
Fire Drill At School House.
Among the other new things, I'rof.
Powell has introduced a lire drill at
tlie school. At the llrst trial or the
drill, Friday or last week, the build
ing was emptied or students and
teacheis In tts seconds, one minute
and eight seconds. This means high
school and grades both. This week
it took one minute and 1.1 seconds.
Hut this week some or the people
came from the third lloor. Last week,
is it happened, no one was n the
third lloor at the time the alarm was
sounded, so the time was equally
good, considering this fact. Kvery
.school should have a wcll-orgaul.cd
II i ii drill, and the students and teach
ers alike, seem to realize the Impor
tance of this. It Is a fact, much ap
preciated hy the faculty, that the
students are as prompt In getting
back into the building anil at their
work again, alter the drill, as they
are In getting out.
We Have WhUIWaDt)
i in J
We have many other things
you need. Call us up
and state your needs.
Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City.
THE RELIABLE GROCERS,
OREGON, : : : MISSOURI.
Walter llryant and wire, of Par
sons, Kansas, are visiting hen. the
guests of her cousin. Mrs. . I. L. Dil
lon, and uncle. P. W. Cunningham.
-Mrs. Mlna F. Curry Is In St. Jo
seph, called by the sickness of her
sister and lirolher-lu-law. J. C. Stein
met, and wire. Mrs, Stulnmetz is
Improving, hut Mr. Stclumct. still re
mains In a critical condition.
T. .1. Davis, of Platte City, was
here and attended the funeral of his
cousin, John W. Pa vis, which was
held from the New Point Christian
church. Thursday of this week. It
was his llrst visit hero in 41 years.
- Mrs. K. K. Sentuey and son, Ken
neth, of Hutchinson, Kansas; Mrs.
J. II. Lamb and grand daughter, or
Kelsey vllle, California: Mrs. . w.
Porter .atijl'Mrs. . T. Lucas, of
Mound City:, Mrs. Mel Kunkel, Mrs.
Km 1 1 and Albert Welter, of Forest
City, spent Wednesday with Mrs.
Howard Teare lit Oregon.
ALL OF THIS TAXED, EXCEPT HOUSE, BARN,
FENCES AND STRAW STACKS.
very Inch of land tie owns will li.tve to bear the li:rruas4
If you're against having tlio banks, the big factories
and Moron, the mills mid mansions go free of tax except
on the c ron ihI ehey occupy, then vote "No" on the cn-,
stltutlonal amendment In the noxt election.
Who's the Doctor?
Knrtiiiiiur html in Smith -crti
Iilttlio in tin; Hnakt;
(lovi'tiinifiit reports' hIiow
it to In out of tint most
proilurtivt! valleys in the
West for liny, (.rain and
Krnit of all kinds.
We linvo bargains in
farms, ranping from 40 to
ii4laeres, with tin rail
road advantages and home
For eirenlars and infor
mation write to the fellows
KUNKEL & HIBBARD,
I. (). IIULLISTEK, : IDAHO.
IIAt.K Kl-NKI'.!. CI.AIti: IIIIIIIAIID
OREGON FURNITURE CO
CASKKTS, KOIIKK AND
All. H'XKItAlt SITIMilKS.
Store, . . . . 134.
Residence, . . . 142
F. D. COBURN of Kanua
From rlllnp- or cxprrtu of th
U. S. DEPT. Of
U !' IJ8 IlliitnUlaai
HEl'OMt KHITION, KNI.AKORD.
UTHK NKWH-PRKAH, M. JaWntl. Ma
.-nrr. v I'miptlHl,
Writ far I
' iwtwi a-yrai imir.
"If you Kct a tislt tiouo IocIkim.I in
your tin-out," says the marine utlitor
of tint (.'larksvlllti llannor, "cut a
lomon ami Mick tlio Jtileo slowly, 'rim
citric acid In tliu lemon Mill dissolve
tlm bone into a Jelly-like substartce,
andean bo swallowed easily," Tlio
editor of the lianner lives on tlio
banks of the Mississippi and lias been
eatlntr cattish all bis lire. Ills reme
dy, therefore, can be depended upon.