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Let's Make a Show at Sedalia.
A meeting has been called asking the farmers to meet here August 5th, for the purpose of organizing a move ment looking, to the making of an exhibit of Holt's products at the com ing state fair, which is to be held at Sedalia, October 1-7,1910. There is no reason whatever, why Holt county should not have one of the best ex hibits at the fair this year. Nature has smiled upon us as she never did before. Get busy, and let's make an exhibit that will cause the rest of the state to set up and take notice. Bob Seeds will be in town on that day, and he will deliver a lecture, and as he has a national reputation for say ing good things along subjects, it is to be hoped our farmers will take hold and help push so good a proposition right along, and if they will but do this "success" will be written, and a blue ribbon will be tagged on the ex hibits from Holt county, at the State Fair. NOTICE. Oregon, Mo., July 22, 1910. The Photographers' Association of America, seeing there was going to be a downfall in the Photo trade, un less something was done soon, to cor rect it, Photographers were buying goods on 30 and 60 days' time, and sell ing their photos on time, and when pay day come had no money to pay stock dealer and stock dealer had no money to pay manufacturer, this as sociation called in all traveling men for stock houses, and the stock houses to sell Photgraphers' goods at whole sale prices, and the money to accom pany all orders, with no credit: bv this means prices of pictures could be kept down, so common people could get pictures as well as rich people. The way things were going the prices for Cabinet Photos would have gone up to $15 per dozen and common peo pie could not get pictuees then. P. S I think this association has done the proper thing to make us all pay cash, as it is the proper way to do business. P. M. ZOOK The Sentinel and Twice-aweek Globe Democrat, one year, for only $1.50, cash in advance. Order at once. time limited. Mrs. Lottie Kennedy and Ethel, accompanied by her daughters, Mrs Harding and daughter, Virginia and Mrs. Spitzmesser, are visiting daugh ter and sister, Mrs. Zettie Darnell of Mound City. S. Jr. Allen has been "settin' era up" cigars and peaches, to his many Jfriends. You can now say "grandpa" to him, and he won't get mad either, "Born to Fred and Ailene Blum, of Kansas City, July 18, a son. Wilmer Doughty has been given a scholarship bv Northwestern Uni versity in Chicago. Mr. Doughty se cured this by the excellence of his work in the Oregon High School, of which lie is a graduate Fillmore Lever. James Vaughn, we are sorry to learn, is no better, and Miss Mary Beeler, a professional nurse from St. Joseph, is in charge of the case. He is suffering from a complication of troubles. He is at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Manring. Mrs. Stella "Woods, of this city, will probably lose an eye, the result of being hit with a piece of wood She was driving flies from the room with her apron, which caught on piece of wood on the screen door. The njury is quite serious Jeffersonian BARN FOR SALE. The lots ana Duiidmg, Known as the Howell Feed & Sale Barn are for sale. For particulars address, Paul P. Howell, Federal Bldg. St. Joseph, Mo, The Maitland Fair Catalogue and Premium List is out and announces the fair will be held August 15-19 in clusive. Over $2,000 will be hung up in purses for the racing events and everything points to a very successful race meeting. The premiums offered in all departments are unuaslly gen erous and large displays in all lines are looked for. The Maitland Fair has a reputation second to no other county fair in this section of the country and the management is put ting forth every effort to make this 3'ear the best ever. Many people from this locality are planning to at tend. Don't forget the dates Aug ust 15-19 Fillmore Lever. The Epworth League of the Ore gon M. E. church, entertained a large number of its friends last Friday eve ning on the church lawn. About 200 were present and a very enjoyable evening was spent playing the games so selected as to entertain old and young alike. Refreshments of ice cream, cakes, etc., were liberally served to all and everyone declared the social to be an unqualified suc cess. The Epworth League intends to make these socials a permanent part of the League work, and in order to do this they need the co-operation and help of all the young people con nected with the church. The opti mist will push and pull; the pessi mist will sulk and shirk. Don't be a pessimist, life is too short, and when it ends, you will wish you hadn't been. COUNTY CLERK'S NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby between the hours of T5o-.51- Pmmt r onH rrYt:ricl-iir postoffice address of each candidate for nomination, together with a designation of the office for which he is a candidate, and the party or principle that he represents: the hours during which the polls will oe open. given that a Primary Election will be held at the regular polling places in each precinct of said County of Holt (or city, as the case may be), and that the polls will be open 7 in the morning, and sunset in the evening, on the first Tuesday oi August,, wiu, oemg uie .nu uay oi august, j;uu, ior uie purpose oi nominating candidates lor state, nffi.ot tnhovnt(.H fnr at. Tip (ienerai K pfitinn to be tie d on Tuesday, etn nay oi xxovemuer, nun. niai uie nereinaiter mentioned list contains the name and REPUBLICAN PARTY. DEMOCRATIC PARTY. PROHIBITION TICKET. SOCIALIST PARTY: NON-PARTISAN TICKET. Tor Judge Supreme Court: JOHN C. BROWN, Fredrjcktown, Mo. For Judge Supreme Court: JAMES BRITTON GANTT. Clinton. Mo. Forjudge Supreme Court: JULIUS C. HUGHES. Richmond, Mo. , For Superintendent of Public Schools: For Superintendent of Public Schools: For Superintendent of Public Schools: HOWARD A GASS. JAMES CLINTON SH ELTON, tom t rviMi """""" .. . St. Louis, Mo. Jefferson City, Mo. Lexington, Mo. For Judge Supreme Court: JOHN F. WILLIAMS, Went Plain. Mo. For Superintendent of Public Schools: JOHN LUCKY BROWN, Joplln, Mo. For Judge Supreme Court: For Superintendent of Public Schools: For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner: FRANK A. WIGHTMAN, Monett, Mo. For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner: For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner: For Iuroa(, amUWarfchonM. Commissioner: For Railroad and Warehouse Commissioner: JAMES B.AUSTIN, " 'V . nansai .nu. St. Louis, Mo. THOMAS M. BRADBURY, Jefferson City, Mo. JOSEPH C. A. H1LLER, Glencoe, Mo. J. L. RUSH, Springfield. Mo. WILLIAM A. WHEELING. St. Louis. Mo. ULYSHESS. HARNSLEY. Mon'tt, Mo. For Representative in Congress: For Representative in Congress: CHARLES F. BOOHER. Savannah, Mo. MICHAEL G.MORAN. St. Joseph, Mo. WILLIAM E. S PRATT. St. Joseph, Mo. For Representative in Congress: For Representative in Congress: EDWARD I. WILCOX. Burlington Junction, Mo. For Representative In Congress: Forjudge Circuit Court: WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD Maryville, Mo. For Representative: HOSE A il. LAWRENCE. Oraig. Mo. For Presiding Judge County Court: HENRY E. WRIGHT, Maitland. Mo. For .Twice Circuit Court : WILLIAM C. ELLISON. Maryville, Mo. For Representative: ROBERT C. BENTON. Oregon? Mo. For Presiding JudgeCounty Court : Forjudge CircuitCourt: For Judge Circuit Court: Forjudge Circsit Court: For Representative: For Representative: For Representative: For Presiding Judge County Court: For Presiding Judge County Court: For Presiding Judze County Court: Forjudge County Court First District: PHILIP SCHLOTZHAUER, FRANCIS J. GASKILL. Mound City, Mo. Forjudge Probate Court: DAVID "W. PORTER, Mound City. Mo. GEORGE C. PRICE. Mound City, Mo. For Clerk Circuit Court: FBED W. COOK, Oregon, Mo. . EDWIN A. DUNHAM, Mound City, Mo For Clerk County Court: CHARLES W. LUKENS. Maitland, Mo. FRASJy L. ZELLER, Oregon, Mo. For Recorder of Deeds: CHARLES N. DOBYNS. Corning, Mo. JOHN M. HIBBARD, Oregon, Mo. SMITH S. MEADOWS. Maitland, Mo. JOHN SPEER, Oregon, Mo. For Prosecuting Attorney: For Collector of Revenue: CLAUD CLARK," Mound City, Mo WILLIAM M. MORRIS. Oregon, Mo. WILBERT O.PEARSON, Corning, Mo GEORGE. F. SEEM AN. Oregon. Mo. NICHOLAS STOCK, Oregon, Mo. For Judge County Court First District : For Judge County Court First District: For Judge County Court First District : For Judge County Court First D!trlct: , For Judge County Court Second District: For Judge County Court Second District: For Judge County Court Second District. For Judge County Court Second District: WM. C. ANDES. Mound City, Mo. For Judge Probate Court. For Judge Probate Court: For Judge Probate Court: For Judge Probate Court: - . - For Clerk Circuit Court: For Clerk Circuit Court: For Clerk Circuit Court: For Clerk Circuit Court: i vnr. m-L- rnnto pnnrt . For Clerk County Court: For Clerk Couaty Court: For Clerk County Court: v or Clerk County Court. HARRY W. ROBISON, Maitland, Mo. , r. j I'nr Rpfnrdr'nf Deeds- For Reeorder of Deeds: For Recorder of Deeds: For Recorder of Deeds: or "?coratr;oi uteus. JOHN WESLEY HAIGLER. Mound City, Mo. ft " For Prosecuting Attorney: For Prosecuting Attorney: For Prosecuting Attorney: For Prosecuting Attorney: . " For Collector of Revenue: For Collector of Revenue: For Collector of Revenue: For Collector of Revenue: HOWARD S. TEA RE. Forest City, Mo. For Justice of the Peace Benton Township: For Justice of the Peace Union Township: JOHN H. STEELE, JAMES E. HOPKINS, Mouud City, Mo. Craig, Mo. WILLIAM A. PARRISH. Craig, Mo. Pnr rvntahli Uenton Townshin: ZACHA II Y T. RANDALL, RUSSIAN B. MOODY, Mouud City, Mo. For Justice of the Peace Lewis Township: JACOB KING, Oregon, Mo. ezra s. Mcdonald, Oregon, Mo. Craig. Mo. For Justice of the Peace Township: For Justice of the Peace Township: For Justice of the Peace Township " ForConstable Township: For Constable Township: For Constable Township: " " For Committeeman Township: For Committeeman Township: For Committeeman Township: For Constable Township: For Coinmitteemau Township: For Constable Lewis Township: BENJAMIN E. CROUSER, Oregon, Mo. For Justice of the Peace Union Township: DANIEL VANWORMER, Craig, Mo. For Constable Union Township: SAMUEL T. THOMPSON, Craig, Mo. For Constable Forest Township: ELMER FIKE, Forest City, Mo. For Committeman Township: STATE OF MISSOURI, ) . A . . . . Countv of Holt, f Sb , f nnnnfv nf Trnir do herebv certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct list contain- I, F. L. ZELLER. Clerk of the County Court within and for the Count of Holt, do the Mrtv or principle he represents: also, the hour& during which inir the name and nostofflce address of each candidate, together with a designation of the office for which he is a candidate, the part or principle p the pons win oe open. SEAL. Section 5864, R. S. 1909. nmv tvio Joai nf aid fountv Court. Done at office in Oregon, Missouri, this 11th In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said county court,, uv ZElLER? day of July. 1910. Clerk of the County Court.