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Missouri Ruralist The Missouri Ruralist 1911 Official State Map of Mis souri and the World, With 1910 Census Complete, and the Holt County Sentinel, Your Home Paper, for $1.50 Send in Your Subscription Today $1.50 Tliu MISSurm HI'ltAUST Is :i Mi? Mi-i'Mj am Ii-till urat .-mil Ile sluok p.iicr piililMicd at I';iii:is Cll.v, Mo. A Missouri paper for Missouri fiirini'i.s :inil lircctlcr.N, I'liiliirvcd by Ic.hIIiik' unrliMiltiir Ms nml stockmen or tin- stall-. A paper that should lie In ttvrrv lioiiu-. It Is iiiilillslii'il li Artlmi ( apper. owner anil publisher of tliu Kri'ati'sl farm pipers In tin- west. T. V. Morse, niii'iir tin' ablest NMlti'iMiti aurli'iiltiual anil lli .stm'k matti-rs In tin' I'ountrv, Is In rliarM' of tin' Killtorlal Depart ini'til and has for his assistants the lollovv Iiik well known Department IMIlnrs anil contributors: HOHE DAIRY . POULTRY VETERINARY MARKETS Mrs. A. Z. Moore Albert Ennls Mrs. Jas. A. Staples Dr. Walter Worrcn C. A. Mctskcr A PARTIAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS Curtis Kill ('. It. Ilnti'hlson I'rof. M. r. Miller C. ('. Hell I'raiil, K. lliMillev .1. II. .'lieunwelli,.lr lr. I. I". I.uekey .1. I!. Mnoney I'. M. l.'ellM'l W. I.. Nelson 'I'. K. Otilscnberrv Prof. Trnvvhrlilue S. S. Spainfler K. M. Ilall ('. I. Mulllnax Mis. Artie McDonald I'rof. I It. Mninfoiil K. .1. Witters! ripe K. I.. Iluuhi's Mrs. Itutler Divine I'rof. I). II. Doane M. II. Item II. V. Ilrouii I'rof. ( II. Kokles The . subscript Ion pilee of the MISSOI'UI ItfllA LIST Is tl.oo per year, lint Ihroimh our spei'liil otTer ou can uei It anil TMK llDl.TCorNTY SKNTINKL toother with a line four pae wall map, as a premium, for Sl.fiO. This Four Page Wall Chart Includes Many Features Which Will Be Appreciated In Every .Missouri Home. Complete Map ( MiMKourl con lalnliiK' the latest Information, new railroads, new tonus, the new IPlu census of every town In the state and much other valuable information concern. Intf the state. Topournphlciil Relief Map of the I'anamii Ciinul and Mir rimtnlliip; territory, showing lock canal as proposed hy the latest plans, Complete Map of the United Stnti'H, vvltlmver mini new towns, new electric lines, complete In. ilex, portraits of the presidents, etc. Tills Map Is Strung and Ser viceable. It Is a most valuable aid for the students of ueonr.v phy and a convuulent reference at all times, Do not fall to take advantage of this unusual offer which is made to new and old subscribers alike. SEND YOUR SUBSBRIPTION TO THE SENTINEL, OREGON, MISSOURI. From Rev. Walton. Our readers will be delimited to read the following from Ilcv. Walton, Svhohasso many warm friends in this section of our county, and espec ially glad to know of thu good health of himself and family: Dkau Skktim:!.: This notifies you of our change of address. We now lle at .MSI W..lellersoli St. This Is our permanent home. We only lived at 'J.!'.".! W. Chestnut, until we could get possession of our own place. Tills its the old home of lien. Kousseau, I ami a noted spot In hNtory mid In the social life of Louisville. It s said that Mrs. Korean was the most beautiful woman In tliu state. We i enjoy the gr.is.j jard, tlie big shade and fruit t tees, mid the Millet neigh borhood. "Tell I'ncle Wash Cummins that I am going to beat lilm on a garden." "I have been out over the Mute iiitc a little iiccntl). The en p seem sir.rt In s()ine places corn wll. he ,i b.i.f ciii. Nt at oes nearly a fil'oie. tiliii'c.i about bail cr"p. s.itne , .iiliM' b.Hf a better showily A pies mm . I., hi' plentiful. Oilier fruits s.'aice; Mgelables plentiful. The summer has Imcii bol mid i!r. Tlie ciindlti'Mi- have made It trying mi men in all po-lt l"ti. The mini try has nut ec.ipi'd our work Is in good coiiiilt I'.n and we make some progress. Schools have Just opened and inn chlldieii aie all going. If they learn something out ot each of the books bought, they will do well. I The campaign for governor Is 'vvatm. The chances favor O'llear. the Itepuhllcaii candidate. This eke 'Hon will practically decide t lie Pro hibition iUcstlon. O'llear Is a I'ro hlhltioulst. Several friends write me asking why I do not mite a note now ami then to Tiik Sknti.ski.. Of couie anything I could write would only be of a personal nature and I dislike to use your space for that. Say to my faii'iids that we are all well, and that I hold as many funerals as ever. We send kind legards to all our fiiends. t 1'iirr l ii, ...... I c .Iamks M. Walton. Louisville. I.v.. Sept. U, lull. From Mayor Morgan. lodge lien Morgan, our genial Mayor, writes his friends through TiikSkntinki., from Itochester, Min nesota, where lie has been under treatment for mi atlllcted foot, which has caused him great sulferlug for several months, He says: "It's Just a month since I came here, and while I cannot say that. 1 have Improved very much, I do not think that I am any worse. Thu op eration has weakened mu some, and the wound seems stublKirn to heal, which aids In keeping me In a weak ened condition. The damp, cold weather, which we have been having here, together with much rain, has, to some extent, held back my con valescing. I'ubllc buildings, hospital, hotels, etc., have to he healed up by furnaces. I was conllned to the hospital ten days, and then went to the llrown'.s hotel, where I am at present. The hospital where I was under treat ment has a stair of l.'l surgeons and physicians, all specialists, and all are busy all the time. -hundreds of af. Ilicled are liere, and all the Ills that llesli Is heir to seem to come heie for treatment. Killing the bad weather, I have been coulineil In my bed, to avoid taking cold, and write this letter In my bed. In meeting Mrs. Ian llurrler here, it made me feel good to see some one from home: I was son y I did not get to talk with her nioie. Itcspect fully, IlKN. F. MnllllAN. llochcster, Minnesota, Sept. x, inn. TARKIO COLLEGE X. THE MORAL PHASE. Town, wll bout saloon twenty-six years. County local option eight years. Four-lift lis population in churches. Character and service, the highest Ideals. Half the eriiiluates In hluher education or Christian ijfr" work. The oilier half representatively Christian Lay- 3 I 'fl men. ADDItKSS .1. A. THOMPSON, . i TAItKIO, MO. The Kansas City Weekly Star The most comprehensive farm paper All the news intelligently toldFarm ques tions answered by a practical farmer and experimenter Exactly what you want in market reports. One Year 25 cents. Address TIIK WEEKLY KTAlt, Khiikhh City, Mo. Cheer Up, Young Man. Itecause Hugh L. Dickson, of San llemardlno, California, was admitted to practice licfore the Supreme Court of the I'nlted States recently, every man or hoy In this country should cheer up. He may not know Hick sou, ami lie may have some doubt as to the honor, In thu abstract, of he ing admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, 'for undoubtedly many rogues have that distinction. Hut. Dickson's case is worth think ing about. He Is general counsel for the Brotherhood of Locomotive I'lre men and Kiiginemen. Ilefore he he came a lawyer lie was a locomotive fireman. In an accident he lost both hands, Useless on a locomotive, he studied law. It sometimes seems as though law. vuis with two hands have a hard time llndlng the right page in thu new' law books.bnt Dickson with out any Hands, has round enough to get before the Supreme Court of the I'nlted States, even If he did have to hold the pen between Ids stumps when he signed the roll of the high est court In the world. sometime we tiiinK tilings are coming hard and we are disposed to rest on our oars and say that the world owes us a living anyway. The world owes some of us a living, It r: hp hia iiikfpif in o t" infirmi"! int diu wttiv in ai. duacrn. September 25 to 30. CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL. I Grand Exhibition of Live Stock every day. Fancy Horse Show each night. Decorated Automobile Parade. Fancy Dress Ball in the Auditorium. Exhibit by the Missouri University. Exhibit by the U. S. bureau of Ani- mal Industry. Country band contest. Cute Capers by the Knitjhts of Robl- doux. I The thrilling sensation of the age, Hollo, who Icops the loop without a loop on roller skates. Two free performances on the grounds each day. Provost Bros., Comedy acrobats, will help to entertain the crowds in the big Show tent each afternoon. IiMTFBCTATF 1 111? CTADV AMI. UfiDCX QUdUI MXO 1 n 1 Jivbii mill livnjL jiiiMj Man-Tailored Suits Coats and Skirts for Women and Misses By special arrangement we represent one of the most up-to-date tailoring establishments In the country making only strictly man. tailored garments to individual measure. We cordially Invite our customers and friends to inspect our Portfolio of Fashions For Fall 1911 which includes seventy-eight distinctive, authoritative styles and about three hundred and fifty materials. Prompt delivery and satisfaction in style, fit and quality guaranteed. THE FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO, Blacksmithing Having runted t h o Robert Howell riliop, I am now ready to serve the public in my Hue UH an experienced Smith. Work will receive prompt attention and will be done in a workmanlike manner. CHAS. SCHOOLER OREGON. MO. owes men like Dickson a living. And If It does not pay II they get out and collect It, w ith or without hands that nature gave them to work out their salvation. The Dickson spirit does not watt; It starts things. A Pure Aluminum 35c Sauce 1 A Pan for...iV A SPECIAL BARGAIN Try one and see bow you can cook without scorching or burning rood. It is light in weight and looks like silver. It doesn't tarnish. No enamel to chip oft into the food. Cooks in one-fourth of the lima ordinarily required. The genuine "189J" Pure Alumi num can always be told by the Maltese Cross. Every piece guar anteed or your money back. B sure aad buy one tram your dealt today. rWajr T.L.PRICE, OREGON, MO OFFICIAL STATEMENT Nil !'. Of til"' rilllllH l ll I IIIKlltloll lit III,' '"IK A. Knii-U, i ll.nikliij i',iiiiiiii.r at Oh'juii, m.i!' i,f Mlitirl. nt ilH'rliwnf liiili!r-im (In- II i t il, i.r 'it,'tnlnT, tl'll.imMMii'il In 'Hi,' Hull Count) M'litliifl, a Hfw,' nt r iirliiliil nml iitililKlicil ul Oicmm, l.'lti' lit MI-yuH, nil till' tlfliclltll lt:iy I'f .1'ptl'tlllll'r, lull iii:iinici. IMti. nml l I-.t ,i ul . tiiiiliiiilitiilly ikvIom i. i.ii:il nr tiilliiliiiil .. Jltl.lll i:t luinl!-, ri'itl l:ili' ul ri'hlriifl .Ill St ll'iiiil- iiini tii'k in mi lli'nl i'inii'ihiiil.liiii Ii.mim'I '.Vnm ivi otlirr rctil "n,t.' in i I'liriiitiiii'iih.l tiMnri't hi i Hiii' iiimii otliiT li.ink nml l'MiiUrr, MlM.VI III I'llll'k W.:.'.! "I Celt it.'tn-. :i.m.i hi mi i.ifti ii if,'l,' 'Vi 1.', imIm'I ii""iim ii (ulliivx i" if) T.iiiil .-:t.,lM I.I.MIII.ITIIX :iiilliil !'!. ; I I III "uriilii" (nml I'li'lUicliil inning url Iini' in lunik mill liMiil.i'f, iilij,i'i iiti'liii'l. Illilltlillllll lllllt Mllijil'l rlii'.'k Tlmi' ml lll''.iii nf I 1 n 1 1 tii'imiinl ,','illih'iii,' nf iIi'kIi ri,lil'l'' t'lic'k IIIIU ,u ii l,l. mn ri'-illviMiiil. Illlll'l llllllllllll'Hll fllllllH ... In JI.Klit 111 I I.O.I "I VXt AS lt HO in mi mi mi mi ml mi m) Tut a I fitum TATi: HI' Ml-Mil'ltl,!. Ciitiulyiiflliill, VVc, r, II. iMik, ii r,'.lili'iit, nml I.. I. Miur :i.t.'iht I'ahlrriif 1.11I1I lunik, ,'m'li of li, In "ili iiinly ,'iii-1 1111I Hie nlmvc Miili'iui'iil. I triii' in tin' In'sI nf niir kimwlciliii' nml ln. i i.r. i1. ti. ZoiiK. I'ri xlili iit. I.. I. MOOKK, AHsMunt CiisIiIit. Siihwrllicil mill KWiirn In Ix fnti' Inr, IhU I'Uhtli 1I11) nf .if iiti'tnlx'r.A. I iiltii'lvcii linn. Iri'il unit i'Ii'vi ii. VIT.NI'S my hutiil unit iintiirliiUi.nl niitliA I11K' lal iifnrf'.ilil, iCiiinml. l..l.. hlniit'il Hint iimlltlil for 11 term I'vplrlim Hivi'mlKTH, imt.i VV. II. ItlCIIAltlH, Nntury I'tilillo. firr't-AII,'sli 0. II. ZOOK, (lt'Vl!l!MMINl. I I.MlHIItK, lllri'i'l.irt. OFFICIAL STATEMENT Nn, iV.I. Ofllii' rinuiii'liil Cnmllll r tln Mtlu'ii' lliink nf Dri ttnn, Mu., fit IMi'uiin, State nf Ml.wMirl. at Hu't'luM'iif Inislni''. on I hi' . I'tv nf rli'iili'nilii'r. I I'll, iititilMn'il In Tin' Hull C'nuiity I'lillni'l. 11 tii'w.piiM'r iirliilcl nml imlilUlii'il tit ri'i:iiii. St nf nf MIsMiurl, mi Ilic I.MIl iliiy nf S'litt'tnlHT, ll'lll Iiiii- mnl illviiiinl, uiiiliMilitclly zkhI nn imtmiiiiiI nr iiilluH'nil....t iUm : l.in. mil ,'liili' Il.ioi .Vt iHi rclrnfi I." :m IIihiiIh mnl li'k ml ml lt,'iil,i.ltiti'(liiiiiklii( Iiuiim'I I,ii mi iithcr lent I'tiiii,' mi ml I'm nit nn-unit tlMuu s 101 m lu,' frnin iiIImt lliink mill limikrl, Miiijti't to ,'iiirk i;,ni: a I'u.h linn. mi ul rurrt'iii'y -.-'i m) Mns'i,' i,:u; sv hi Iiit 1,'Mitiir,". n fnlluni mi mi Tnl 11 1 tVw.VI M I, I.MIl I. I'l l i:. lt 1 .1 1 It I slm'k I'.llil III i 0 10 xii iilno fiiinl t urn mi riniltlili'il iinillt", tii't 1,1:1; l line In lunik mnl liankiTi, kiiIiJivI luclic'k W llllllV llllllll lIlMlinllK MlllllVt III iiii'k tc.iw TlimTfrlllli'iiti'inf ili'ilt XI lli'lniiliil I'i'rtllli'iitrs nf ili'im-ll mi 00 i'iikIiIit'i. I'lufki mi ml llllli. iiaynlilu mnl h-iIK'-hiiiiIk mi Ul (lllii'rllalillilli'tiiifiillnni. im mi Tot 11 1 jw'iTM KfATK or MlM-orill.i , I'oiinty nf Hull, 1' VV'i', H.iiili'l .ai'liiimii, 111 nri'lili'iil, unit C. .1, II1111I, iiii'iKlili'i of uilil liank, 1'iirli of us, iliiMili'iiiulv KWi-iir that tin' iilmv,' Mitti'mrnl Ulitin In lln lii-l of niif kimwlt'iliti' mnl In llir. IIANIKI. .At'll.M AN, I'ii'hIiIiiiI, lll'.NT.Cuililir S 11 1 - r 1 1 I mnl xrtiiriiln iH'fnri' mr, thK tuli iliiy of Si'itviutHv4, A, i, iilni'ii'i'ii liiimlri'il nml I'li'Vi'ii, Wn'MS my limnl mnl notarial ral 1111 tin, ilalx lint ufori'Milil. tl'oiiiiiillon,'ii ISKAI..1 mnl iiialltli.i fur 11 trim I'xiilrlnit ,Iiiiii".V, tl'13.1 IMIX M. HUNT. .Viitaty I'iiIiIK'. Cnrrii't Atlnti .1. A. KliKKK. U.S. KKKVKS. jas. i', niitiiikit. Illri'i'turi.. NOTICE OF ELECTION, MILL CREEK DRAINAGE DISTRICT. Nntltfi' U hi'rrliy k'lvi n In the uni'rn of ImiiN lyliik' ultliln nml l 1 ,1:1 1 In tin, I'nriinr aiu llmltHiif Hit' Mill t'ri'ck Hraliumc lll trli't.ln Unit futility, Mlisntirl, Hint 11 nn-H-lint of xnlil Isnil owin'ri liai. Ih tii ralli'il liy tin' llimitl of uitiTt li of kiiIiI llralnaa,' III. trh't. anil Mill In' lit'UI tlii'ri'ln 011 MH.V HA V. H(v'Hlli:it i, 111 1 . lit tln rcltli'in'K of A,.l. .lltiiU'll, oil Hit' NW'i of tlm M;i of Stv Hun I1, III Tonnlili,Vi, of Itaiift. . In kiiIiI UStrlt't, for Hit' iiurKiMi of I'livtliiK one sup erUmr for the full iitiii of tlvi- yi-nm. I'rat thu (mils will ln upi'in'il at twini'i'lock p. 111., "harp nf that ilay nt thn time and pliu'o iifuii'Milil, mnl will I'lnto nt 4 o'clock p. 111. Ilynnli'ruf tliu Hoard of Siiiii'rv limn, ot Mill Creek IliuliiaL'ii llUtrlct.of llolt County. MIMiiirl. I'lUl. SC'IIMITZIIAIIKK, I'ruslilt'iil of Hoanl of MiperrlMirii, Atteatl W. II. ItlCII.MIHS Secrutury of lloafil of S upcrvUor. Mrs. Ora King lias purchased a fore-door, four passenger auto a llupmobile.