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THE SENTINEL. BY DOBYNS 4 CURRY. Entered at the Postofflce, Oregon, Mo., as Second Class Matter. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to the Interest of the Het County In the Cnlon, TXRMB: 91 SO Per Tear. Wttok tbf date fallowlag yair imt Ike aarla of the piatr. It tells the date la wkleh year tvbicrlptlaa It paid. Friday, Au?uit 4, 1911. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, rlrt nil I on ft i:'it,tm- first Moii'Ur in Jeurjr y.uhiyi In April Ht.'l AuJt U'lliuti C. lillWin.elrftilt lu4t Hetifjrl AIMr. prs-M-tlii? nttnrr Olwin A burilmui. c fui -lrk A. If MrNultr-'I'tflft Hurrjr M lrltj tWDhtrptrr. fount. I'rtliat Cfiiirt MHJf. ,tU'lt fil VlVrtnlwf. II. VV 1'orter, prolmte JuJ. I'Miinty Oiurt !( ?ulr Term: Hint M'lrvliys ii (''lira ir. liny. August nh'1 V'in ri,lir, llmry K. WrlM, presWIhJu'l.-. I'lilllO.v'lih.llniiT Ju'lj' 1st illstrlrl. 'rarH J. u.itiilll. Juile i ihstri.'t I'miiI. It. MWt. l-rk fif m'jnljr "UN. ( Illlll) lUalil III 11,-dlll,. llH.rjf I'., tji. ir-silit. I'lllilp I'lllOtli.VJ.-r. lr,-,fH,,.Tlt I'tar.rK .1. lia-MII, '.M district. U. I.. Kthijv, riiutily iilijrsli'Lri. I'rur.k I. .Hlei. wftity. (,Hlllt II1114I1I .if t.illll 4tlnll Dm, tV It' it Is. On Hull .1. I'. I'iwi. M'Hlh.) I'Hjf. K M tir'-.k- On-.". ii. Cli,'tirf Hereim. Ili,uli S. T'-4t: County Tr 'ir i. erlll luvis,rj ll.-rnfl.f i.f i. !. Jnliii M !III;I.mI. Curiiri.lssSirj. r ill s.'li'.ils. lint. V Jt.nvls I'Mill"' AilriilhMr.it'. 1. 1). VV. riimiiilhs. iir.'flrit-riiliit nf 1'i.ir, "ii.ir (.'itvin urveynr. Ji.hn II. I'.-n-t. Assessor. IVrry VV. Iliiinsiy O.nier. Il'i) I!. Miller. Mitlil.ir.il Unit enmity triii'il-illnn. HAT' Mute I in. In- on im ruliiiitlnii Omrity tin. . mi tliji rnliiniiou Omiily mul l i. on i) vulull'iri. Ari tH- 'li'l lux levy. 4Tc inrlH"; v..lu lion Omniy rHwiiil ly m t nf Ivulslntuie, .lunij. try 111. Omiily riHiiii'l pintle dimity fur llllllrl Wee Unit, of Oreun, ''.unity lsUture, lunu SI, I il, i II. rH.,iHl liy art of i,-i. ruliitliiii. I.itll. AswwMe xi ultli. Ml'i.l). Ass. ssuiili, w.'iilili, IumIs. luwu Hll'l H'rsur.tlt (.HII'ls Tnwn li.t I.IU'llK'k Otli'-r ix'ixmiti Tnl ill IJUVl'll llllly f:il y.Ui irn' iiifiiii ii. WiitcrviiirU ytm Clly l. on !l. ' Ki'lin-il "'on (!. .".l.'".ll'i .. .""".IIIU .. V.l-" .. I. ii;i.:'.H i".r.uiiii Arrlvulund Dupartura of Mnilaut the PoHtofflcu, Ororfi i, Mo. I Iti i-llif Nnv 'i. MAILS UK .liT' urn. iiiti'rrni'ill'ilc ,i ili.u n..rtli,i.iit 1 i l 1 ii in, Tor Hurilii KllltH, llll'l iiii'I went. Wil lit m, I'nr St. .Inv'iili null t ul - r hkh) ut iKlllltl. IVtiKlm. Tor nil (yilriti Mull I., fiisl mill i. si. iii')'.t Turklii Hint VIIISi'ii liriiiu'lm, I iAH p in. I'ur nil inliil north, M iiml I'.iol. :'IH i in. "nr Vllllwu, norlli, mull In nil imliili luirlli, fiisl, Miuth nml HIHHl, )ll'. liilmiiifilliiti1 lni-iwi-fii Piiri'irily .1111IM..I111'. 7 ilUlp, m. I'or nil ijoIiiIm nnrtli, viuth, riist and wrtl. I'uui'lii' will ho I'li'limiKi'il Iw.l llri'tfnu ml rnr'l Ully pmliiltti'i., it fnllimx- l'iivn limu'iii .it T:'.'j. .i in, nml ri'turn it t b;V it. m, 1,1-iiv (I111f.11 .ii I i.'.i i, in, iiiiil iiliirn Hi e (11 11 in. MAIM A It It I V K. Mi.Wh. m. (niiihii.Miill from nil polntn, noitli, i'iiil, wiutl uml wfst, 10i',l, n, m, VIIIU'.-ii mill Tnrklo Vullvy lirmii'ln-K. Miillh from north. ennt, Miuth iiii'I mh'hI, I til." i 111, M,ill friini .ill IciIiiIk norlli, wmt uml i'hnI. BilAp. 111. M11I11 Him' K. 0., "I. ,loi', .V C. II, MiiIIk from 4II mliil, norlli Klllllll, I'likl 11 ml Wl'il, II ill.V v. m, I'rnlli SI. .Insi'lili. IICIIAI. IIOll I I S. Ol'JO n. III. Iturul ll'inlii Nn. I, lrnyi , l(e- tl'rimul I.UI n. 111, Ui.IOh. in. Iturul Houih, .N'n. li'Uvi'H. !! turn, i. 111. Vl'JU 11, 111, Iturul Itimlii, X11. S, Imiven. Uh. luriik nl l::n i. 111, il!IU a, in, Iturul llnulc, Nn. 4, leuvi'i,. lie- tunm al l::m i. 111, Ui3li n. 111. Iturul lloiitc, No. I, Iimvih. Ud. Iiirn nl i- m. Mull urn inmli' tin prninii.ly IS inliiuti-n lio cradeiiurtliK llrnu. Hall ui rorti-vt-'iie, Itiiln and ilnt nn the BAM, In ,Ni'liruUn wit III 11 100 lullfn nf tliU Oflce, Hlinuld Ihi tnnlled hofurti H4J u, 111. In Order Ui rruilli Itn dt'Mlnntlnii llin Hiunn day, Nciw I'nlnt U kunnlli'd liy Cirilur. Itouti' (SumburS. lu-Ni'-Wa Almond Hrlck, In visible Face Powder and 1'crfect Tint Is for sale at Mrs. Netherlands Millinery Store. Ask for same. Home Wedding. A rery happy occasion a the wed ding of Jerve Cain, of New I'olnt, and MIm Carrie Wllon, which took place at the home of the bride's parents, north of Forest City, at ",'Jfi o'clock Tueular etefilfiK, Aiik'uM lt. 1'I1. The ceremony rr;m wasaNiwer of pink and green and this .p!endld ouni couple took their places hefore Kider f . I). Augustine, pastor of the Forest City Christian church, who, In the presence of relatives and a few Intimate friends of the bride and groom, administered the matrtage sows, using thn Impresshe ring ser-i The bfide was In white and the groom wore conventional black. Af ter congratulations, a sumptuous wedding supper was served and the remainder of the evening was pleas antly spnt in music. Thes- young people, than whom no better can be found, haveln Identl Mfd wltli the educational system of Holt county for the past three .wats, ami stand In lit- front rank of our rural ti-achers. In a few days, they will leave for an extensive western trip, returning In time for the open ing of the New I'olnt schools, where Mr fain has l.-en elected principal for the fourth consecutive term, and there they will make their home. .Iese is a graduate of the Oregon High chool and one who has "made good." The Sentinel Joins with the numerous friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cain In extending them congratula tions and lst wishes for a lupp.v and prosierous life. Early in the Morning. F,.rlv Wednesilav morning of this week. August Wick Greene and Mis lla.el Hollmann took an auto ride and while out etijovingthe fresh nessofthe delightful morning, the Invigorating enVoi caused them to cill.it the home of Kl'l'-r II. II. I'.iu- on. and on teentutlon of one of .l ihii llllili;inr paichments. the Ki der at once proceeded, and In a few IliOllietlts tlll'V Were t'llll thc.vvvere htisd'inil and wife, and the.v straight wri priK-eeded to Forest ('It v . vvliere the took the train north forf'ook. Neb. They are popular .voiing people, and their large circle of young friends will certain! wish them a long and beautiful life. They are mpiilar be-cau-e of their many excellent iiall ties of heart and mind, and all will le glad to have them return, which they will do after their hone moon with the bride's relatives, and will go to housekeeping, where "love will abide In a cottage." The bride is a daughter of I.. Ii. Ilotlmanti. of Nodaway township, and the groom a son of A. II, (Sreene, of tills city. They don't glow an bet ter .tilling people anywhere than Ha zel and Wick. Here's to oii lioth again. A Good Showing. The election to vote bunds for the building of a state eapltol passed off mi tii'th that most every two out of three had to be reminded of the fact that an election was U-ing held, We .ire proud of the count v in giving so handsome a majurlt.v (or the proposi. Hull, but regret that there was oik vote In l.ewls township against tin proposit Ion it aiwav reminds us of the utie sensible and eleven ignorant jninrs. The vote on the iiioiiistt,n was as follows: Ves. No lllgi'low 'J I 7 lleiiton, N "i .'I" lii'iitou.S -"i Clay I.L' I.I Forest 77 H' Follies s.-, Hickory 71 i l.ewls. I) ins 1 Lewis. W 0 l.lberl .'I Llncoli CI 'J1 Minion 'J'.i It Nodaway IU U I'lilon, N W M I'nioii.s r. i .'j Total l.oto tn'i Majoilty for .. HI.", Remember, Saturday, August 5, is FREE to every body at the Chautauqua. Come and hear Gillilan, the famous humorist. Owing to the continued session of Congress, the Hon. Champ Clark was compelled to cancel his date of August 8 with the Oregon Chautau qua and the committee was fortunate in securing Capt. Richmond P. Hobson Instead. Everybody come and hear Capt. Hobson. Oregon iilaek Wonders vh. the F.I wood, Kas,, Drowns, Saturday, the fith of Almost. 3:30 i. m.. at Uenton Jj'ark. Admission, 23 cents. SETTLEMENT DOCKET. --OF- Probate Court of Holt County. Missouri. Regular August Term, A. D. 191 1. First Day, Monday. Name of Administrator. (iu.rdtan, Cart.ir jr E's:tuor. vv.n. And-s l! W. Cumti.in VV . Tbotrn W. , Klehirls f'.ln.a Mnrton .lovi.li . frruyin Itattlp II. Cliunlru W. II ItlchuMs n. vv.i'umu.ltis w .1. lun.is i Hid I!. M. Hull .jIi.s . Nate of Eut. t Uoiti.f Harry Notari4 Jvsv l'rkln. Dtrt'l I VVI. Jn-ph Morton lllrs iir).ir -t I'hunlnc ljirrl- l-uttr-rtl. ICn'M .k, ). VV I'l-r'.ln. Ii U. A C'i Second Day, Tuesday, Kall IiI.ji-Ii. J'.liii liriiTs. ,lonh l(aro--y. Mllnrl M lulatt. MyrtD-! i. Kearny. Ilar'.d Ai:litiaili-r. ufi lw-.y, Itillt-y M Markt. ildr. Ilursi, Mur, whin Imra liwv,fi J ir..t. i:rnt Im.tniWIi .tiM-tih K. IVriu m I.ydla ltanis-y I'rank lluli't k'alA Karny i'hrl llunr-r VV II lUWi.r-l. KrJ Markt Wrn. K'tieu. Amus l'rur n I. ife Ilawoilj Third Day. Wednesday. Morris. Okimi"!' Ilutrlck, Nora It-s. I'nr,l Nniand. I.uhi'lti ratn.ii, llun, Kyernt and l.li llroriln. f.ll'isll Wm V. Morris Jnlm VV. strxud A. Vnnllusklrk .1 s. s. NolHii't i. C. t'utron Ii. VV. C'llM.Ul lis I. (.. .ins r I.. Krr Annie I.. Au-i.n i' Kin.', .tnhii II i: st. rrtt. tv. II. r a i. Austin, liai'ha'l .1 TATKOI Mlsjritl. nd for Holt (Viuntt Missouri, dn hrvhr ivrtlfn rviimty or noil and ointilHei-opy nf the I'mhate s.-ttlnm-iit ls;k, t for the Aticilst term A. I, l?ll. of s ild eourt us the same nliix-ar of ris-ord In my ofhi-e, s KA I. ! nii.-ss iny nuii'i lis i its nri'j s ai Ilih day of July, fill Program of Base Ball Games During Chautauqua Saturday, August .1. OliF.C.oN M... K WONHKIIS vs. F.LWO(i. K AS., MtoWNS Monday, August SKIIi.MUliK vs. OltFCON Tuesilay, August MOI Nl CITV vs. OltKdON Wednesday. August !i, MI'KM.KIi-KKI.I-KI! liOSAHIKS, St. Joseph vs. OllF.iON Thursilay, August Hi, KOSKNDAl.K vs. OltKIKlN Friday, August II, IIKN I'l'ITKUS. Sl..loe, vs. OltKC.HN Saturday, August J.AKK I'AIIKS, St. vs. OIIKCON 1 1'. .loe, SEVERAL REASONS WHY You Should Trade At PHILLIPS' DRITjSTORE IIKCAI'SK lie will sell goo.U as cheap as you can buy any place. IIF.CAL'SF. he has no old stock to work oil. IIKCAI'SK he will not substi tute. Any receipt or pre scription will be lilled with Just what it calls for, IIKCAI'SK liu is a registered pharmacist and has had 10 continuous years of experi ence In the drug business, IIKCAI'SK he sells the A. I.S. line and places a personal guarantee on It. .1. Foster and wife spent Wednes day In St. Joseph. Mrs, Cleuima .acliiuan, nf Mound City, was visiting relatives here this week. -Mrs. M. K. Crovvell and Mrs. M. M. Headley were shopping In St. Jo seph, Wednesday. Judge. Jacob Wehrll and wife, and his brother Kd, were In Oregon Wed nesday of this week. Kd Davidson and family, of Nod away township, were guests of her sister, Mrs. Aut Curry, for a few days last week. Her father and mother, Itobort Marion and wife, of Kansas City, who have been visiting them for a week, returned home Thursday. August 14th, 191 1. A ImloUtrator Curator. Koutor orliuardlan. 'luir.llsn I'uU. Ailrultut t Administrator AdrulnMntor (luirdlaii ribardlan UuardUfi K-utor I'uii. Aduir Admlnlstr-ttur m?nt .'(h annu it I'lUii I'lDal final 2nd nnnutl M uiinun llnil .Mh annual I'lrnl rina. August 1 5th. 1911. Ktwint'ir K""utor liiMrdian iU4rdlan llutnll'in OJ .,'IUri li'jardt. n Ouanlla i limnlUn Adtr.lrilstratnr Mn'iitor l'ln:t l II l"lnl Snd alihual ll annual '.Mh HriritMl l-lh annual Mh annual Mli hnnual llli annunl flnril I'.nii August 16th. 1911. Kiwutor liuardlall Kiwutor Administrator luardlan Ktis-utnr IVn drllte lite Administrator Adnilnlstrator iiuarsllan filial 'tli annual 1st annual 1st annu tl 1st annual 1st nnnual 1st Miinual 1st annual 1st imnu il f. Itonnl. llrrltk. TtrL- oflhM tf,,l,f Tonrt. wllhln that the :il.itc and InreiroliK Is a full, t-u" or sun wnri, iine ai nmiT in irrirnn nn HON NIK IlKOmiKCK, f 'lurk of Probate Court. Hiivint,' re n tnl t ! Kolicrt Howell shop, I inn now ready to serve the public in my line as an experienced Smith. Work will receive prompt attention and will lie done in a workmanlike manner. rnic crunnirn OREGON, MO. Obituary. Kddle KIlM-rt Taylor, son of Charles and llertha Taylor, was born In Chip pewa county, Wisconsin, May ItMil, and departed this life, after a short illness, In New I'olnt, Holt county, Missouri, July 1011, aged 7 cats, 'J months and 7 days. Kverythlng was done that earthly parents could do for the little suiter er. A I ill hi ut otu' o'clock, Friday morning, little Kddle told the nurse that he wanted papa, lie called for mamma, sisters and b,other. and af - ,.,.,. I IT Mssilll,' I IICIII illlll I1IHIIIIIK llll'llli gooibbvi.', he closed his eyes In sleep that knows no waking in this world ami pissed bevouil this vain of tears. He will be missed in the home circle. "The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away." VVIii'ri fure slnmlil I imitirii. Nnw l liu ilurlliiiri'lillil IsiI'miI Hutu rest Nr.irly mine, He In imrt'llse Is llfil! After a short service, conducted by the W. C. T. I'., the body was taken to tlie Oakland chilrch, south of Mound City, wheru the pastor con ducted the funeral services, and the body laid to rest In that cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and family have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood, They just camu to New Point in the spring. M. V. Announcement. The second quarterly meeting of the Kvangellcal church will bo held at Hentonchurch, Preaching at Hen - ton Friday and Saturday nights, Sun- day morning and night. Preaching in Oregon Saturday al 1 t - ...I s:.hj p. in., iiiuum- i ii. qi.uriun, c.n. - lerenee. u. n. nr.iiiKnir.it, I aSIOT. Remember, the first day Saturday, August 5th, Is a FREE day to everybody at the Chautauqua. Come and hear Gillilan, the famous humorist. -t.'lias. ii. .ook unit ins guest, or. u. I . nager, wcruni. .losepn mshoo. Wednesday. William Weight man. William Mclloberts, ,11. W. Mills and Grover Andes, of Mound City, were here on Tuesday last. Forest City. Geo. Coins and family are taking a month's outing in Colorado. W. Hamilton and wife hare been on the sick lift the past week. Mls Kuth Anno was the guest of ' Mrs. Charles Hoover, Saturday. , - Mr. Oreeley Hunt 1 vMtlng rel 'atlves near Fortescue, thi week. I Will and Terrell McGuire were In i St. Joseph, Monday and Tuesday. Miss Orace Kollmer vl-ited rel I atlves In the country over Sunday. F. W. Heater and family spent ! Sunday in the country with relatives. ' Miss Murle Jamison wa the i guest of Mls Alta Watson, over Sun day. Mr. Ilessle t.omb entertained her son. Neal and family, of Oregon, Sunday. Iks Mat Case, of Napier, wis the guest of Mls Kate Hamilton. Sunday. Will Kelly and wife have moved Into the Jackson propert on Com merclal street. Miss Kettle Heeler returned. Sun day evening, from a visit with rela lives In Craig. Mrs. Dollle Stroud and Mrs. Jen nle Mathers were shopping in Otegoti Monday afternoon. There will lie preaching at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening by the pastor. -Mrs. Shauck Smith and daughter Catharine, visited relatives In Mound City, Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Whltuiore. of Nodawa.t. visited lat week at the home of Ferry Turney anil wife. -H. L. Acton. J. A. Lease and Al liert Kollmer attended ((tiarterly meeting at Tarklo Chapel Saturday. Mrs. p.ive Stall ird and son. Otto, visited relatives In St. Joseph, from Wednesday until Saturday last week. 'julte a number of young people from tin- country attended church at the Christian churchi Sunda.v even ing. ,Mr. Kuiina Moore entertained Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of near Cur.on, and Mrs. Smith, of St. Joseph. Satur day. .-Hev. Graham and family went to Tarklo Chapel Saturday and sjn-nt seteral days tisltlng In the neighbor hood. Mrs. E. I. Turney and Mrs.li. K. Whltmore were the guests of Mrs. 1. W. Davis at Shambatigh. la., several da.vs, last week. Miss Addle Jamison will lead the Kpworth League Sunday evening. Subject. "The Divine Purpose." Kv erylsxly will be welcome. I ul i n Whipple was called to For tescue Monday night, by the serlou Illness of his mother, who passed away Tuesday morning. .Will Liuisforil and family are vis It lug relatives here since Frlday- thev were called by the serious illness of her father. Mr. Ferguson. Mrs. May Foster, of llully. Tex. and Mrs. Maude Krousc. of Huntly Neb., are here, called by the serloii' 1 Illness of their father, Mr. Ferguson Miss Lulu Crawford returned Saturday from a three weeks' visit In 1 VTi'V , V, Lur', Hutchinson, and Mr. ole(oe. of Coats. - Miss Nannie Klder, of St. Joseph, was the guest of Miss MaudeStallaiil, over Sunday, and was a guest in da number three of the Methodist Sun- da school. - Mrs. Wylle Kelller, who has been spending the past two mouths at the lakes at Milford, la., returned Sat Ur dus evening for a visit with her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Maker. -Mrs. Thomas Fit.maurh'e and sun, Willie, of Klllngham, Kas., ar rived Monday to visit her son and other relatives. Miss LI.lu Corby who has been vMtlng In Klllngham, accompanied them home. "l",v ! - Sam Walsh and John Kurtz have returned from their western trip Wo believe they went as far west as ' White Cloud, Kas 1 Hurt Itiv.ell and wife, of Maltland j uurt. In town, Wednesday of tills ut.uk, renewing acquaintances and at- tending to some business Interests. I ; . t'ol. Cooleilgo, of Omaha, spent , u,,,,,!.,,. ,r,, tlin .-nest of OaUlev Mor Pl tl,, , . iill.l. ,ul I II ii.i.ri.l.irv of the assistant manager of the Culon Paclllc railway and a charming plan : ist. i Hilly Morris Is al present remind ed of t lie long time ago, when he and John Hart and a few others up at Mound City would sit down In friendly game and, once In a great while, Hilly would show down witlra "full housu." That's Just what lie Is nnw ilnliiL' for the. (Jliailtatliitia Week ., ...... ..... fuli iiouse-includlmr . ,s ow ra.. of four, liu Is now eetertalnlng U guests. The latest 'addition being Mrs. Morris' sister - Mrs. Neva Nicholson and live children 'of Omaha, and a Mr. Guy Conid, also of Omaha. New Point, and Vicinity. Lawrence Killam and sister left Saturday for their home. Claud Bender and Mabel Datls visited at Varker, Sunday. Mr. Gene Taylor's llrtle girl, who has been seriously sck, Is better. -Harrison and Dale Kunkel went. to Marytille. Sunday, In their car. Miss Ida Hodges rocelved a call to Falrport. Mo.. Saturday, so left that afternoon. -Anna Springer returned home Monday after a two weeks' visit at Mound City. W. S. Terry, Chas, Hornecker, Mr. Gartonand son, Arthur, went to St. Joseph, Saturday. Misses Until Hunter and lie ilrumliaugh. of Maltland. t (sited at the home of Lonnle Wright, the past week. Ethel and Mabel Davis took their aunt. Maoel Trueblood. to Maltland, Thursday. They returned Saturday etetiluz. Mr. Killam has been having spe cial sale, so as to move otl all the old stock on hand in order to make room for a new stock. Geo. Kurtz, wife and daughter Ksa. Kd Narrance ami family, and Will ami Hob:. Kne.tle visited Lyle (lender's, Sunday. -Mr. Kloomer returned to his home In St. Joseph, Sunday. He In been visiting hl grandparents, J. t It tilil and wife, the past week. Misses Christian and Hamsnn re turned home after a visit with their brother and sister, Mr. and Mr. Christian. Mrs, Christian went home with her sister, Miss Hampsoti. Lieutenant G. W. Glasgow, of Columbia, visited at the home of o. I'. Kotkln, Sunday and Monday. He will visit with other friends here and it Maltland and will then go West for a short time liefnre school begins. Mrs. Hesslu Vetien and children left for Forest City. Saturday, where they will visit until Tuesday, and then they will go to Omaha to live. Mr. Vetien has been In Omaha four months. We wish them success In their new home. -Mrs. Willis Acton received word, last Wednesday of the death of a nephew. Mr. Itiilil. In Oklahoma. The body was drought to Andrew county for burial, last Friday. A little cousin of Mr. Acton's, living In Andrew county, was so badly burned last Thursilay, that she died after a few hours' sullering. -Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tavior have the deep sympathy of every one In the death of their little hoy, Kddle, which occurred Saturday morning tliout l::W. The little fellow was taken sick on Sunday, hut seemingly not serious until Wednesday, when Dr. Kearney was called All that, medical aid and nursing could do, was done bv Drs. Kearney and Carson and Miss Hodges. After a short service at tue bom.1 Mmit.iv morning, the body was taken to the Duukard church, vvheie the funeral services were held. Mr. Ta.tlnr and family came here fioin vt isconstn, this nrlng. Nr.ito. Owing to the continued session of Congress, the Hon. Champ Clark was compelled to cancel his date of August 8 with the Oregon Chautau qua and the committee was fortunate in securing Capt. Richmond P. Hobson instead. Everybody come and hear Capt. Hobson. L'ncle Mart Ktiert is hack home, after a visit of nearly a year in Ne braska and Kansas with his children. He's as fat as a 'possum, and looks twenty years younger. George Gelvin was the llrst here to receive Ills new auto license. Its number Is lli'.Ni. They are of white metal, the background being ollow, the numbers showing a white metal face. Scu the Oregon Hlack Wonders play the Klwood, Kansas, Drowns at Hentun Park Saturday, August 5, at .'1:30 p. m. "Huck," "Has," "Dog," "Clown," and 3 others, ft count 'em. Admission 'Jo cunts. Kppa Cropp, of Vllllsca, Iowa, was huru for a few days last week, visiting his mother and other rel atives. He is still "holding down" his run In the II. M. S., on Vllllsca run between St. Joseph and Vllllsca. Mrs. Anna Lewis, of Sadorlus, 111., who was accompanied by hertwo little nieces, Grace and Carrie Policy, and who were here visiting her father and mother, W. C. Opel and wife, left for their home, Friday of last week. They were accompanied as far as St. Joseph by her father, who had an op eration performed upon his right eye, while there, the trouble being a growth, which had to be cut out. The eye Is doing nicely, and lie says lie feels much better. ,. . iiv, i.' nmrf .hhwjwh' ' vwfwiw .