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p, IliE SENTINEL. HV DOItVNS & CUKKY. Entered at the Post otllce, Oregon, Mo as Second Class Matter. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of thu Hesl County In thu Union. TKRM8: $1.50 Per Year. Watoh the date fallowing your name an Ika aura. la af the paper. It telle the date ta wklohyeur tubtorlptlan Is paid. Friday, June 31, 1912. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. i Circuit I'onit OonroriM fln-l Monthly In .lumi.iry: futirth 'Mnndnys In April x ml Align,! . Wllllnm C. Klllsoii.i'ln'iill Jmli' ! Henry T. AIMn iim-i-i-tlim :ittiirin-y. ' Krl win A liiiiili:itn, i; ii-ult cli-rk. A. It. McNuky.-licrllT. Hurry M. Irvtln. sli iki r.ilii-r. 1'ieiiair t'liiiti, Cntiti-iii", n I .Mim-liy, In IVhruiry. H iy,,iuu,l ami Ninvinli-'r. , II. W. I'oiii r, iroli.iti' JihIki. Cmitty fiiMtl ItrmilarTi-rtnst KIM Mninl lys In IVliru try, Mny, AiimM htm Nnii-inli.-r. Henry 11 W'rluhl, pir-Mlmi Jn'U'. . I'lllllp S.'lll.il,tiuili r. Jllllai-ll lIMtli't. I'rani'ls .1. iiusklll. JimIkx '.'il IMrlii. I'laiik I., i lli'i, cli rk nf iimiiiy cmiri. tit II.iii.ImI Mi illli. Ili'tiry I'.. W rlnlit. pr,-lii.it. I'lilllp Ni'liloili.iiii'r. vli'i'.pr.lil. nt I'rani'ls .1. li.isklll, 2i ilMiti-i. C. I.. Ilv. in, I'liiinty plivli't in, I'riink t. .i-In-r. Mi'n lary. ly ll.i.uil hi i'iIiii ,i Inn. i:.irl A. Ilifk iin-Kim. .1. I. 'r ii, Mminil i;ity. II. M. Uha.l.,. tlri-irnu. Ciillii'ior .if l.'i'ii'iiui'. H i il l , ' . it,.. Oiunly Tiviiiiri'f, Nulili. IH.-k.n. Ilii-nrlit .if Ii.,..!,, .liilm M. Hliiii.ii.i. Ciiiiitiillnin-rtif N'li.iU. Kirl A. I.'i.'k. I'nlilli' AilinliiMrutnr. il. XV. i n,ii. Sui. rliili-inli ni nf l'..n, ..laiiirn r.irv.n , surxi-ynr. .I.ilm II. I'. r. i. Awnr, 1'i'tri W. II.iiiiiv. llnrniiiT. Hit, W. Wjin.in. M ili.ii. Unit I'.itimv iMpiihillnii 1 1 .1 i. SIMi- i.ix, 1 T li iiiIii.iiI.iii. . Cniiiilv lux. Iln.' mi 4lmi vii In 1 1 Inn. County tnnl tin, ii. mi pi.) v ilii.itli.ti. AVI NII.V s.'lini.l III ll'V-y. ; nr PM T.llllli II III. Umlllly i-ri'iilisl liy iii- ,,f .t,,,,., .,, ry Si. a -a 1 . I'liunly hi ii.. .1 finite Ciuiiily. fur I llll.-l Itl.'l- Unit. Iri'tfnn. t'liiinlv Si at. I'ri'it.-I liv i.'t nf Ii-b uuiiuri', .iihii'SI, li.il, rnpuliill.iii, l.iui. AsmmiIiIc Hi-.'iltli, i;i:i,.i AlM-llllll- Wi-.lltli, liillll,. ,,, IIIHI lrrin.i I . 1 .1 1. 1 1 1 ''ihi I.T"n,i"IP .Iimiilul- r.i.i li'.vi' Mm'l MI.'.Nl uiin-r pi-rvmui i.it;n,ii-.v Tnl ii I . (Urtfl-ll. I'lllllltJ M'.ll Clii'trli' IlKliinl. YViilirnrki.ii flly lux. ;.v mi ii. N'lin il lax. I'm- nn P .KI'.X'.IIh Arrival nnd Dnparturo of M.tlUnt ttio PoatolUcu, Orui j, Mo. , I'llivlUr N.m-ii, i nni. MAILS in:. , Id'- i nn ii n.. I nr (Iiii.iIih um, iiitcriMfilliitr l"'lnt mill .ul iKilnin ii.inh,i.i nun wi'i BiIOb ui, I'.irM.J.iM.pli .in, liitiirim-illiitH i-ilnt. . in,, in. i nr mi iniui-, hiinih, fiul mm wi-., i-xivpt T.irkln mill llllv.i lir.uii'ln' ll.lll p. in. I nr nil pnliiln iinrlli, ! ninl , i-ii-l. l-Jup. in. l or Vlll.-.i, imrlli, nmll tn nil P-iIiiU nnrlli, t'.ixt, hinitli nnd wiKt, i-xivpt liiti-rnii'illuii- ho. twwii l'nri".t I.'lly iiiiilM,,lne. 7i:iiip. in, I'.ir nil pnluts imrili. Miuih, rust ami next, I'.iui'Ih", li i-xi'limiu'i'il lii-tin i'ii oii-mni iii'l rnri".t i.'lly p.itnttliv,, u, fuiiiiWN! l.wivi'tiri'Knii .a rii, n in. ami ruliini .it n, in, Li'4ViiOrivnii ,it liM p. m,. ,m ii'iurn ul e-Olp, in. MAILS AltlllVK. l-i.i it. in. ii- ilinuliii'Miilli. fpnn nil tHiInu linrtli, cum, Mitith nml wi-nt, VIIIIm-ii nml Turkln Vullfy iai;n , m, ,. uriiiii'iun. .xiull. friiin unrtli, cast. Mint h j n.l w.-M. tlll.t p. in, M.UI frnni nil pnluu nnrlli, wi-nt i mnl i'um, 13 p. in. Mulii lliii-it, U ,st, ,Iik, A C. II. 51 ii IN f nf in nil mliit, unrtli Miutli, i-itut ii nl nmt, lO.I p. m. t-'mtii St. .liiM-pli, KIMIAL KllUTCS. i30 u. in, lliir.il It. alio Nn. I, It-uvei,. Itu- tVrnn nt t.Ill p. in, i.lOu, ni. Ituml Idiute, Nn, S, Iihvi'm. lie i turnx, 4 Ijrl p. in, t30u.ni, Ituml Knutu, Nn. 3, Ii'iivik. Ite- turns nt t:M p. m, Al3Q a. tu, UurnI Itniiti', Nn. 4, li-nvi-4. Itu , turip, at 4::mp, in, no ii. m. lliunl Itinili-, No. t, li-nvfii. lie. ' ' turns nil ;U) p.m. atH nro muilo up promp.ly 16 mluutOk Ira oro dupnrtliix tlmv. ; Unll tu Knrtt'ncui', Ituln mnl pnlnU on the M. In .Nt'uruaku wllliln 100 mllen nf this tflce, ilmutd he mailed liufnre HM n. m. In 'Her to reach It (Imttmitlnn the anme day, ,'Nw I'nlnl. U aupplM iy Unrrlnr. .ItnuU) Hutuber S. Political Announcements. eVrrtmplltnentiiry lo ennui ilnlos, will lip I'l.arit-il fur nt our regular line rates, In mill It Ion to that olmrci l fur the rcKul.ir -t-iiiillnir luitiimticenipiit. Copy mini Ih vnui'lidl fur liy slittmlun- liefnre Its pulilliMllini, ' KKI'IMIMCAN. Wciireiiiitlinrl'i'il In atiimiin-i lli:tiltlit', E. OKIA'I.V, nf l.i'wU tnwitslilp, a, H cutiill ilntr fur llii'iiill.vnf Mn rliT, otitfjin't in the ilii'Mnn nf tin- Iteptilillran I'rltii.iry Klrctlnn In I- lii'lil.Tlii'Mliiy, AiKH-t 11, l!M.'. We arc initlinrl'i-il In iiiiiiniinet' IH'.N.IA MIX K. (,'l!()i;."KII. iifl.i'wli town, hip. u, u cniiiiniHte rnr tln.'unii'1'iir Mii-rllT, snlijirl In tlirilf'Miiriiif tin' Iti'piililli'iin Primary Hire Hull. In In lielil Tui-wliiy, AliKilit il, till .'. Vt iiniiiitliiirlril In nntiniinrn I'HItltV W, KAMSAV. nf lll.-knry tnwii-hlp, a, ii cuiiill date fur tln'orhi'i'iif A.i-ir, siiliji-t't tn 1 lie Urdilonnf tin. lli'piilillraii I'rltiniry I'lei tlmi, Ul Iw lii-lil Tmdiiy, AlUHil it. tCI'.'. Wi- ii fr :iiillinrli'il In iiiiiiiiiiiii-. C'A I.VIX C, IIKoWN.iif Minimi tiiwiihp, hmi ruii.lld.ite fur tlii-iitlli'i'iif A'inr, uliji,ct IiUIiimIh I. ilgn of tlir Itcpiililli-nii I'rltntry Klii'tlnii, In hi lii'M Tni'vlay. Atifttit it, 1 1' I'.'. UVnrantlinrlnl In iiiiimiini'i. MlllliritN CAItILN nf l.i'ivl linvnhlp. i it I'.iiiiHiluti. for tin- iitllen nf 'rr'ititM-r. nlJivt t t tc cliluti nt tin- lli'piililli'itn I'rltiriry Kli-rlloii, to livlivlil Tiiiiil.iy, Aiiisul II. li'IC. Ui'iiri-aiitlmrli'il tn : iininiii.-i- NK 11,1,1: 1)1 (K( IN . of I-. iri.l low nodi ii, us ii i'mii.II il.iti- fin tlii-iillki' nf Tii'iiMiriT, nilijirt In Hie iln'llnn nf lln' Iti.pulilliMii 1'rliiuity Klii' tlnii, In In" lii-lil Tm-vliiy, AnirtKt il, liIJ, I wlli In aiiiiiniM.'i' injw-lf ii ii i'iinili.ili. friini I nrlii'i, tiiHri-lilii fin Hi,- i,iii,.- nf I'niiiily .lniliti fmin tin- niitli HMrlvl. uli t liitlii'ilii'Mnii n' tin- llfptililli'nii I'rl. in. try Clirllnii, In In- In-lil Tiii.-duy, AiikikIiI. I'-'lt MiriKII II. IIANKIt. I hi-ri-Pv iiiiiiiuiiK't-Jnivif us n ciiiiiiiil'iii- fur Aiua'l.ili-.linlm'iif i'liunly rmitt, miiiiIi I INI 1 1. ! nf Cniiuty nf Unit, .Ml.viurl, -.illipvl tnllii' ili-i-Nlniint tin. lli-piililli-nii 1'rliiinrt r.ii-i-timi, t-i iM. iniii aiilmi ii. I'.'i:. ii. r. mkiiiia.s. I In-U'liy -iiiiiiiiiiii-,. mvM-lf ii, ii iMinllihili. r A'l.ili .IiiiI.-i.ii( I'niiiity ('iiiirl. ,-uiilli lllvrli'lnf (.'nuiity nf Hull, Mlmrl. nhji,-t In llii ili.-'Miiii ni tin. I : . i I . I Ic. , i , 1'ilih.iiy r.lii'lliin. In In' hi'lil , imiiM rl, !it I'llll.ll' rlll.ii.i;i:ii. The Chicago Convention. I'lflx -lx i';tr iitro, .llllli- ITIh. Hip Ills) I'i'IiiiIiIIimii ciinvenlliill in Hip 1 1 1 -1 1 1 of l lit p.irn I'linvt'iH'il In tin' ll of IMillaili'lplila and itaiiuil -Inliti ('. I'lt'ltiont. nf I'alifiirnla. a. II. ran. .Hi-. t-4'l luir volt's. It) .17 east for John Mi'l.iMh. or ( Hilo. nml 1 nli vtascasi for Win. II. Srward. Win. I.. I M) ton. til New .leiM-y, wan the iioiniiiatlnn fur vlv-'i-pri'slilunt, This I'onveiit inn inooi'i'illiik's xtfiii marked ultli liaiinony I Unit tlrst tn last. In in.ti'Kt'il I'uiitiasi It'iisi. cxL'lie. mi nt Midi as perhaps iicmt prevaili'tl al a natlunnl polilleal convenllon in Hip I 'nllnl Slates, marked I In' open Inu of the National Itepiihllean eon vent Inn in Chleak'o, on Tnesdav of tills week, .linn- isih, .in ('hah man llietater, of the Nat ional ('iiinmlUee, eatlnl Hie i'unen- tinii lo older, and I lie "mt:i" was on In eaini'.si when Cuveriinr llaille.t prespnled his motion which Involved I lie Milisi Inn inn nf a roll eall of dele- Kales piep.ired li.v Hie IIuosei- fur- ci'sforllie lemiiniaiy roll nreiKired I iv the National t'ominlttee. A imliil of order was raised h. .las. M.Walson, of Indiana, Hie Tafl Hour leader. Ihat nn hiisliiess is In older tinill the eoiiveiillnn Is iiruanli il." Kaeh Ide was ulvi'M '.'ii minutes for ileliate, mil after a ere.it deli.ile. Hie ehalr tistalned I he puiiii of older I'll si lilnod was thus tliavMi liy Hie Tall fori'i's, The siviuui iimiid was foiiKlit over the tempiiiaiy oi'uaiii.atlon, and was won hy the Tafl foiees, in l i:t n 1 1 1 ir .senator l.lilin Uuoi, ul Nun York, as tempnrar.i eh.ilim.in. liy a vole of ,VW lo .VU fur (inveinni' l-'ranels Metiov- rn, of Wlsi'iinsln. Missouri's Mile on the temporary hail man was in for (tool and 'Jo for Meliovern. The l.a I'ollelle foiees voted MNitterlntr, Missouri Is represented on tint var ious commit lees, liy (ioxeinor lladlev on resolutions; Homer Mann, to no tify the nominee: ('. A. Ilenton on rules. On Credentials, .lesu A. rollerlon. As we no in press tlui third round is lielil fouuhl hy the committee on eredentlals. We hoio to he ahle to Klve a full report, of Hie proeeedliiKs in our next weeK s issue. resbytcrian Church Notes. The pastor attended a tneetlnu of Presbytery In St. .loo Mondav, of which two young men, Mr. Ityland.. of Faith church, In South St. .loo, I and Mr.' Parker, of thu Malt land J cniircu, were oriiaiiiiMi to Hie liospel ministry. Tliey aru both Just gradu ated froln McConnlch Seminary In Chicago.'" Thu uspal.servlces on nuxt Sundav, to all of which a, cordial invitation is exteiideil. Prayer meeting this Thursday oven- lug. The lesson Is Hie tlrst threu hapters of (ienesls. -(Jlei'neiits1 & Lee, High-Class Vau- devlllu, with Motion Pictures, Gum Theatre, Thursday, Friday and Sat urday nights. ..luno S, L'l, Si. Any seatlfH:, .,,,. Big I Motor Cycle Maitlani One Day Only, Saturday, .BETWEENi Omaha, St. Joseph, Lincoln, DesMoines, Shenandoah, Kansas City FORENOON '.i:0(i. ;ui.l (.'onc'it. l::iu. M;ist Hall (ianit'. 1 1 Aiiuiit'iir Kiict.'s a iul Ilult C'tiiiiititis: Pllfl. II fl aaa . i Aiui'.s. i-iiM! rur All, miikIh (JyliiiilHf .Matihiiiti, l.r).i(l ft Alilt'f. I'liii! Vov All, DuiiImY Cylimliif Maoliim;, $l.r.l(). AFTERNOON I :()(. rtlntdriiyrlK I'aratln to tin Fair (iroiiud. 1 :.). Professional Uncus: Ji Miltts, Fre For All, Siuglo Oylindur Machiim, .() i .Miles, Free For All, Any Si.ts Maoliint), .O-sjCKl. HI Milos, Finn For All, Any Size, Maohiiiti, 20.1(1. Bring your dinner and stay all day. your friends will be there. It will be one of the in nortnwest Missouri. If you never saw One Minute, be there. We will have plenty xvuum. For Entry Cards, address, B. C. HOLT. Skidmore, Missouri. Admission, Meet -AT- Fair Grounds June 29. BOYS PROGRAM: lust Wfisu Xoiluway, Atithison . .... PROGRAM: Mmit uptown. IimI hy Hand All fastest races ever held a man ride One Mile in of Shade, Water and 50c-25c. -C-1 Time to Clean Up. Any city can he Improved so far as Its appearance is concerned, and he- i;on Is no exception to the statement Municipal ttnl(!litliness in most c i-.es Is largely the fault of Indifference, or that of non-resident owntri of vacant lots. Not a town In the entire state lias a better opportunity to keep It allejs, streets and vacant lots clean than Oreiron. We l.ate iineiiialled natural opporl unities for keepiiu: municipally clean, and should he crlt clseil severely If we do mil Improve these opporl unities as we should. i lie spirit of civic pride took pus. session of n few of our cltleiis Ihi week, and through the efforts of Mrs T. C. Kiiiiiiati. Mis. A. Vaultusklrk Mrs. 0. E. Hunker, Mrs. .I.T. Thatch er, and .Messrs. ('. .1. lunker. (;. .1 Koock and Mayor Itlcliards, a meet Injf was held -at the home of T. ( KuiiK'an, to take action and start sometliliiif "doliiK," looklnif lo the Keneral cleaiiliiK up of our city. The various ladles present repieseiiled me various Simian s dims .of our city, and the city cooni'll hv our iiuaor. and Hie coinuieicial interest hy Messrs. Hunker and Koock. It was the opinion of those present that we should have a "clean up da' for Ori'K'on. a day, when Hie cllletis would all join hands In hclphiL' to clean up the alleys, yaids and strict ami maive tne sanitary conuinon a well as tiic appeaiance of Oregon much better. They aen ed on l,miiAV,.ll,NKi.MTll. P.il:'. as Hie day in clean your own back yard .tour front yard, tour part o the alley and your entire preinbt front and sides, and hope the ell will do the .same as to the streets. hvery owner or renter should hau some civic pride, and il should hi shown to lis fullness on ihi- occa slon, "show us Hie exterior eondl Hons and we can I -1 1 what the In terlor Is wiilioul I'litcrliiir." .xicssrs, i . ! .Miinii, llaney Kvaiis and ('..I. Ix'oiK'k wem naitiid as committee to complete arranuemenl ami provide ami uteaiis to brim; aliout Hie dustretl end -A Clean l"p l.i. that means a Clean I'm. him niisy anil clean up your piem Ises as tliei liave never before Iki ii cle.iiii'd up. Vacancy Supplied. Tin- vacancy In the Chaulaimua ex I'lUithi'comiulltt-e, c.iiist-il hv I'rof llrooks rt'slniiaiion, has lieeu lllletllii the elect Ion of Howard Tea re. wlilli (Suy Cumiiilus was appointed Ihonou sec re t a ry-1 t eas u re r. As now orcanli-d, the committee I CDiiipnsfii of Hut follow in;:: lien Murray, president: tiny fumiuliK secretary-lreastirer: Kltler II. II. It.iw sou, Attorney II, II. Iliidk'eman and County Collector Howard Teare. Three of this committee nic old tucin- Iwrs, wlio served last year and helped pul the llnances no i he ilejit side of the Icdk'cr, and all of them are ''push ers," who may he depended iiimiii to conduct the liilL'assi.mhiy alonir tin most iipproxed Hues, Now let every kooiI ell len tiet be hind the committee and five It hi. moral support. Willi such a prov'raio and the proper amount of push, th i nr.' i iiuuiauiuashoulilheilieliestpii held In the "I'lalte Purchase." Tin dates are July '-'7 to August , iiiij, Inclusive, Attorney Frank Pel ree was tool, ill", after business hi St. .losenh Mou day of this week. Clyde Maker was In Si. .Iim-iiI I Ills week, i'iiiisii II Ini' :i siii...iiII.i In regard toilie t rouble In his side. -Or. I-'. K. Markland and wife are at Parkvlllc this week, to he present at t Ite graduation of their tlaiiehter. Miss lllauche. Hev. Powull, accompanied liv his son-in-law. C. M. Itolfson, drove over to Maryville, for a vNIi with Ids brother, and early-day friends. Kuglneer Morris Is putting In a sewer pipe, 4xH feet, near the Orlck Kreek place, on thu road from thu Gulp school house to the Hanks place. Clements ,V Leu, HlulpClass Vau deville, wiih Motion Pictures, Cem Theatre, Thursday, Friday and Sat urday nights, June 'Jii, l'l, "J, ,nv seat 10c. Mrs. Will Markt, aecompanled hv her daughters. Leon and Helen, visit- ed in St. Joseph for a day for two last week. On returning hoine.thuy were accompanied by llosa LudlioU, who was their guest, over Sundav. Hev. T. A. Clagett returned Sat- unlay night from Appleton Cltv, this state, where he and wife were called by tho serious sickness of her father. We aro glad to announce that, lie Irf somewhat Improved, but still very feeble. Mrs. Clagett remained with him. New Brooms Sweep Clean. Vou will reall.e this If you take ad vantage of thu Special. Sale, at The Variety Store, Oregon, Mo., SATl'HDA V, .ll'NK'.'L', HiIl' ami imy one of their liralKl IIUW .'CiC llrooms for the simple prlco of a FOUHTII OK A IKH.LA1I. I (Jet one and sweep your rooms clean 1 Real Education. A man Is Known by the company he keeps and by his works. A school Is known by the subjects taught and the success of Itsgraduates. The Oregon High School Is willing lo be Judged bv thec standards, Wehave astrong curriculum, and -our gi.iduatesare ex cept l-m.illy successful. No high schooi in North Missouri has M-nt so many of lis giaduate.s lo the great universities and colleges. So brilliant, iceord-i have in en made by these graduates thai Smith College and Vassar College-two of the greatest ladles' colleges in America-have ad uil'ted our graduates without further preparation. (These colleges have usually demanded two .tears nf prep aration .tlsive Hie hlcli school course.) Parenls, ilo .tou wish to develop .tour children's physical, mental and moral natures? If so, the Oregon High School Is Hie school for them to attend. If oii wish them lo bo cul tured, let them come here and study Latin. Literature. History, Vocal Music. Klocutlou and I'li.islcal Cul ture If. ton wMi to give them a practical education, we will teach them "good, old-fashioned" lluslness Arithmetic, Penmanship ami llusl ness Spi'llliig, Wc beliete in developing the child's physical nature by calisthenics and atlitetlcs. : ..' Our pastors help us In our moral mlulm;. Send jo'.ir children lo a school which ilex elops the whole .child, the physical, the mental, and the moral. II, .1. Pnw I'.t.i.. Siipnriuteiidetit.. The Poultry Queen. According to the lull lied I look Just Is.tied In Commissioner Hlggs, of the Slate ILire.iu of L.tbor SlalistliU, Missouri led eicix stale In the union In llilo in the alue of poultiy output mil easily maintained her proud posi tion as "Puulliy ((uiin of Hie Co lon." 'The llxe and dressed poulliy, eggs and feathers which were sent to mar ket In Hie year In iiiestlou were worth T.i'i.'iiU.'J'iT. whllelhe estimated value of these commodities whch were consumed locally was-M'.i.'Juu.oiHi, ora total x.ilu.iilon for Hie slate of Mti.'.t'Vl.J'it. To get a proper concep tion of the actual poulliy production of the state. II must lie taken lutoac- count that before any shipments were made the many large cities of Missou ri were tlrst supplied, so that the es timated xalueof these products con sumed locally, which Is placed al fl,- .mi,'.'ou , very conservative and tint uMu.il production would, without doubt, exceed .Vi,ikmi,iiihi, Miss llorieuse liuugau was In SI. loseph Monday of this week. Thu County Sunday School con vention announced to be held in New Point In last week's lasue. on .lime '.".'and '.'.'I, has been postponed until next September. Hates will be an nounced later. . lleiideison .V Kennedy havejiisi ompl'ted one of the tliiest homes in Helton for M. I!. Maitin. Toappieci- He thlslioine one should en over and Inspect It. We will not en Into a di . ailed description at present, as Mr. Martin U having oilier hupiovemunts made In Ihewaxof walks, etc.. around Hut premises, ami when all Is MiiMied he has promised us a plelnre. from which a half-tone will he made, and Ihcuwec.in glxe a detailed dcscrlp llon'of this beautiful home. Il cer- iluly lelli'cls jfu-ai ciedlt on thu workin inshlp of Mosis. Ileiulcr.son.fc Kennedy. We know not his age. hut from what we have heard we aie led lo be lieve that Oscar Shnerly had a genuine birthday time over at his house Sun day last. June HI. His father and mother and slsier, uncle ami aunt. and her biother and wife, of Fill more, came oxer. brouht Ihelr com mlssary loaded lo the euards with good things to eat, and I buy came up iu tscar s noose unawares lo dm. but witli Hie full knowledge and con- sent of Mrs. Shnerlv. In inn.. while some additional friends came In, and thu result was a splendid and itppy itlrl Inlay came to Mr. Sluu-rle. which waseipially enjoyahlo tit all of the guests. , -Matt Filer went to St. .losenh. Wednesday of this week, returnlii';- Hie same day with his brother. .lni,. who lias been In a hospital there, coti valeselng from a recent operation for appendicitis, lie Is looking wull, al though a little bleached out from conllnument. Sajs he is feeling line, too. He drinks a little more water at. a time now than they allowed him to Tor awhile right after he was operat ed upon. A Mend called to see him during lids period, and the nurse brought him a small sup of water in a .glass, and all that aro acquainted with .lohu know that he speaks very abruptly. u drank I hu Kinnll nor. tlon of water allowed him, then cock": ed one eye up toward the nurse anil remarked, "What do you think I am, a hunnuln' blrdv" Well, we are nil sincerely glad that John Is back witfi lit: flllll li.viw. .!... 1 ill a . . US. and hum, I l.ul I... .. Ill l... i.... . ' . ..v. ,., wv ,uv,i;,i. uini not, try lo go to work again until ho has fully recovered and regained Ills strength.