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HANDSOME HOME OF DANIEL .ACHMAN.
rr'-iMK r v....i .Tratf.A-.r:";. Mil M. E. Church Notes. A (jooil coiinrt-nat loti ejected the. pastor Sunday uiuriilriir. Wo hau- had only about half thu usual attendance :il Sahu.ith school tlio hist two Salib.it h. llier.ithltitf Is out of I lie way now. Let lis all t;et back in our place. Ami coinu early. Don't forget the. rounluti Thursday night, uhcti the family of l!od gather for social liitcicuuise and to glio ex pression In prayer, praise anil soiirffor present, patand anticipated blessing, that make life a well spring of Joy. Iir. U. J. Chase, the district super intendent, will be with in next Wed nesday night, August II, and hold the fourth and last Quarterly Conference for the year. Hrclhrcn, may there not be a full attendance of tlieOillclal Hoard and written reports from the head of all departments. The disci pline requires reports from Trustees, Sabbath school, Ladles' Aid society, Epivorth League and Auditing com mlttee. Illanks for these reports may tie had of the pastor. TllK I'.lSTOIt. . A Plain Statement of I H C Wagon Value S' OMIJ fanner saves money every time an l H L. wagon is sold, isot because it costs less money to bctrin with, but be cause of the length of service it gives, an 1 II C wagon is the cheapest wagon you can buy. The longer a wagon lasts the cheaper it is. That is why it is economy to buy the best wagon one that will outlast any ordinary wagon. When you buy an I II C wagon Weber Columbus New Bettendorf Steel King you invest in n wagon built of the highest grade material which experience anil care can select or money can buy, built in the most thorough, painstaking manner, by skilled work men, in factories which have modern appli ances for doing work of the highest standard at the lowest possible cost. ' All lumber used is air-dried in sheds with concrete lloors. This insures toughness and resiliency. All metal putts are made of espec ially prepared steel, guaranty ing the longest service, Kuril wimnn undergoes four inspec tions before being shipped so that it reaches tin; purchaser in HiM class condition, ready to be put to work at once, and able to carry any reasonable load over any road where a wagon should go. Weber and Columbus wagons have wood gears, New Jttltt mlmf and Steel King have steel gears. The IMC dealer knows which wagon is best suited to youi work. When you fee him get literature from him, or, write Internationa! Harvester Company of America liu'oriiurnii'U Si. Joseph Mo. I MC Stivlco Duri-.u -Running Races every day at the Maltland Fair. The dates are August 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. The luiriion' of Hut lliirr.in is in furnish, free nf chiirce to .... Hi'; ! .1 I. u. .nil. in. hi (liiMiimlilc mi tu'lUT f.irmii..' II .ui lute .my nrihy iiw-h. lions cniu'i riiina ..!. ti , li it r nil ice. Iirl. (.it Inn. fiTiiiii r. i w m iUf ''our inniiir li'sii-ciiic ml -ml i ! .ii lo III "SBrK. lii.rc.m. Il.irvvkii.-r llullilliii.-, Uiic.1,11, U A 4m 40t an i From Inn Botkin. The llrst letter home from MNslna llotkln since she silled from New York, .Inly . 'I. reached here .Inly X written on board the Cunard, 1!. M.S. "hernia" and was mailed at Maderia. saying their ship sailed on time .luly ;i, and when they sailed out of harbor a little tug boat came up alongside and a tall, beautiful young lady dressed In white stood out on top of It and sang tbioiigh a big megaphone to the people on the ship. Some were her friends, she had a beautiful voice and looked o pretty. She sang "My Old Kentucky Home," "Home. Sweet Home." "Merrily We Itoll Along" and "larewell, Farewell My Own True Loc." etc. It was very pretty. They served meals live t lines a day, In your own room, on the deck or wlieiever you ile-lred it. Ilreak- fast at ii, bullion at II, lunch at 1:1." lea at iociock ami iiiuuer ai .:i.i. livery thing I- Just grand. Vou have a long menu and can order any and all you want and all 1- lery nice I heie were l..o "salon passenger- on board and they hae appointed a committee and will liaxesome kind of entertainment every day. On the af teruoiin of the ltd of .Inly thev had ;i splendid programme with Mings, read Inic", speeches, etc. I he stale rooms , are o nice and the maud sea breee blnwiiiK In on you .ill night, ami oh, ' how line one can strep; The weaihei i.. 1.1....1 i ,i... ..... ,i , .i I until .ill', ,! -i, I -', --imioin a I , t ';awaie. but what our ship make. i- It's the utandot -lulil nothing bill 'water. The llrst stop was al Made ' ria one da . I In u one d ll at llr:t I- lar. one at (ieiioa. tlieti laud ai Na ples. Allot' Hie "salon" p.lssi'tigels aie lery friendly and vi ulee. I We have heaps of i;uh English seii.ilils who J.ist lie wllhe.icll oilier to wait on ; ion all the tlmo! Sonne wauls im iioiiilii;'. Many or our p.is. seng aie from Yale. Kluid and Coiiniilila ami aie lery reliued, cut ture'iaiiil literary. I i'' i i.iinij am having Hie grainiest iiip! The Mound City Boosters. Wednesday of this week, the Mound City llnosteis, hoostlugrorthclrChati tituiiia, which opens theie nei lrl d.iv, August ii. and continues until Thursday. August to, struck our town, six automobiles, handsomely decorated with Hags, bunt lug and pennants, and every car tilled with enthusiastic boosters ot both sexes. In addition they brought a brass kind, composed of lo pieces, who discoursed some choice and lively music. They are to be commended fur their enterprise. Their Chautauqua begins Friday of this week. August Ii, with the Hon. m, .1. Ilryaii, as the principal speak er, who will speak In thu afternoon, his subject lelng,so we are Informed, the Chicago and llaltlmore ('inven tion-'. Monarch. -Frank Craig and (Sottlleb Ott made a trip to St. Joseph, Monday. -Harry Lllley and wife visited Sat urday al T. F. Lllley's, near Fillmore. Willie McCallou and family, of near Fillmore, visited Sunday at Mrs. Kalnes'. -Mrs. Clarence and Mr, .lames Smith made a trip I o Oregon, one day, last week. -Clarence Lllley and llenuie Smith made a trip to St. Joseph, Monday of this week. There will be an Ice cream social at the Monarch school houeSalurday nlght, August lo. - Mrs. .lames Kinbry and Mrs. It. L. Hughes spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Clarence Lllley. Mrs. .lake Ward and children, of Iowa, spvtit Friday night with her father. Mr. .1. .1. (iarner, Cl.lKHIUtl. - Aids Hughes visited al the home of I . It. Colluiur's, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Patterson made a trip to Oregon Sal unlay of last week. (iarland Lmbry, who is working in Andrew county, spent Sunday with home folks. - Nora Slpes. of Oregon, visited at the home of .lake Palsgiove, a few days, last week. Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Oarncr visited at the home of Nerl Norrls, of Noda way, one day last week Ceo. (iarner. who has been visit ing Mrs. .llle Krctcr. of Cromwell, lit., ret in tied Inline. Sit mil. iv. - Mrs. .lake Wanlaudsoiisvlsiiedat the lioiue of Mrs. Ward's father,.!. I. (iarner, and family, one day last week lion't forget the Ice cream social iiiiM Satuiday, August n. lull', at Monatch school house. Come itiid In lug your It lends. Mrs. liatiksauil 1',-arl li.tuksil lied at (he home ot Mrs. Haul, ilatiidiler. Mrs. I'. It. Colliotir. and family, a few dais lat we.ik. Those who spent Sunday at .1. II I I'.tttert.u s were Mrs. i.co. darner Mrs. Harry .Mpes and dauuliler. Mi I rank Colhiiiii and daughter mid lidu (iaruei. M r..i in I M i Ilany Slpes. vilmhaie h. eii illtlng Mis. Slpes' fai her and m Ulier. Mr. ami Mis. .1. .1. li.trn.ir. returned in their home, near lloseu dale. Willi Mis, Slpe's ssit. Ulna. .I'Vompaiii luu i hem home to spi'itd a lew dais. Tin-si . WANTED Horses, Mares, Mules. It makes no difference how many you have 1 or 100, lead them in and get the money. Adams Will Be At TARKIO, Wednesday,Aug. 14 Thompson & Son Barn. FAIRFAX, Thursday, Aug. 15 Thomas & Day Barn. OREGON, Friday, August 16 MOUND CITY, Saturday, Aug. 17 Clias. C. Smith Barn. IHTEIiNALON L HARVESTS CO., ST. JOSEPH, MO. - Moore Kieek, a.'i r nils d;iie, w III send laundiy on W Imsil ty. in stead of Tlnii-il.iy, as i.i re'of.iiv. -Mrs. Will I'aiisher.tn'ltliieechili' reu and Mis. Louie lUcl. and childicu spent Tuesday w 1 1 h M rs. A le ( 'ooksuy - Mrs. AleCooks(iy'su'all his much better, we are glad to learn, and her many friends are anxious tor her speedy recovery. limmett Falconer, of Mail land, and Lillian Cocgory, of Mound Ciiy, iiert! In St. .loeph Tuesday, and were licensed to become husband and wife. M. It. Williams, wire and little son, relumed to their home In Dos north, lids state, Wednesday of this week, after a pleasant visit with rela tives and friends. A section hand employed at Cla- rlnd.i. la., was arrested al that place Tuesday night as a siispiet In the murder of the Joseph Moore family al Villlsca, la., .1 tint; in. Dr. House and wife, of Kansas Cilv, visited lieie, for a coupleof days durum the Chautauqua, the guests of (leu, i:. (ielvln ami wife. Mrs. house being a niece of Mrs, (ielvln, - II. F. Morgan, of Falls Clly. Ne braska, was here Saturday, and en joved a visit wllli I' red Marklaud and fauiilv. He also met Whit Maiipln, wlioni he knew when lie was a bare fooled youngster. Mr. and Mrs. Kinntett Cordreyand children. Mr. and Mrs. Iloon Fansher, Craiiiluia I'anslier, Miss Kthel Farley and Mrs, .luhu Knox, visited Sunday with Mrs. Alex Cooksey and family, of near Forbes. Mrs. Harrv Montgomery, of .lelTnr sou Clly, cam!' In uuexpectlvTueMlay evening, for a visit with 1'ucl.i and Aunt, Hubert Montgomery and wife. She will be Joined by herliusband thu latter part of the week. - Mi-s llliea Cheshire, of SI ..loeph. Is now d.iln stenographic work for Putree liios. Mls Kate (ireenc, of Sturgeon Hay, Wisconsin, Is here visiting rela tives and friends. -Mi. II. (!. Ituley and daughter. Pauline, weie St. .lo-epli visitors, Tuesday of tills week. ! - l. A. Celvln ami family, were here Sunday, driving down in lUvo's neA r.l,oM iiutomoblle. On Sat urday there were an even Iiki aulomoblles on thu Chautauqua grounds, and Sunday there were W. There will lie regular preaching service al thu Presbyterian church ' next Sunday morning by the pastor. ' 0. W. Lcntz, of New Point, drove Into town Tuesday w it h his auto truck Hit! llrst to be Introduced in our county. j -Miss Ada Taylor, of Hopkins, I Mo., has been thu guest of Miss Olive Kreek, the past week, taking In the Chautauqua, Chris Imboden, wifeand children, of Nodaway county, attended the Chautauqua and visited with rela tives and friends. II. II. Lawrence, of Craig, accom panied by his "kids" Fred, Charley, llalph and Clarence, were Saturday visitors heru. We were glad to meet II. II. Misses Anna and llulen I lest re turned to their home In Kansas City, Tuesday of this week, aftur a two weeks' visit with Misses Pauline and Maraheu Jones. John F.ller's smiling face now looks down on you as you sit in your barber chair, having begun work at his old stand, after a rest of several weeks', following an operation for appendicitis. KorlcMoue. Oscar Vunel.ol Finest City, was in I own Saturday. Mrs Ida Howard spent Sunday with lelatiics here. C. C. Ilrown, of Napier, was in uur clly Wednesday. - I). F. lloinlue and II. II. Stuart were In Mound City Monday. - We have been having several lit tle showers of rain this week. - Mrs. Mollie Whlpplu has been quite III the last week, hut Is Improv ing now. -Alfred Williams has left for a visit Willi friends and relatives In Hushiillc, Neb. - Mrs. C. i:. Illtz returned to her home Saturday, after a visit with ner parents in Illinois. Joe Miller andJItllu granddaugh ters, Man and Kdna, visited with friends and relatives last week. - Jim lllley and wife left for their home In Oklahoma, after two orthreu months' visit with Mrs. McDowell. Corbou Keek shipped his house hold goods ami stock to Kansas last week, where lie will nuke his homo. Mki.i.k, The alarm of lire was sounded Thursday last, August 1st, about 10 a. in., and our tire laddies were promptly on hand. The lire was lo cated in the Kostock creamery, and was soon extinguished, doing little damage. In starting tlio tiro It is supposed some sparks (ell upon thu extremely dry roof and Ignited the shingles, and a good sized holo was burned before discovered. Prompt action of Mr. Kostock and son, James', aided by nearby parties did the work, Arkansas Lands J. A. McLcod, secretary of Farmers Merchants club. Bcarden, Arkansas, has bar gains in improved and unim proved land, 5b to a23 per acre, write him for partial lars, or get ready for excur sion, August 20. For par tlculars, see Jonas Watson, or Frank Zeller, Oregon, Mo REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH 1-UMI.IHIIKIIWKKKI.V HV W. II HICIIAHUH OHKIION, MO. orrieBLriTAiHN in ihr moohkhlock. Abstracter awl Negotiator of Loacs, Transfers for weukendlngAugust.'l Hill': WAItltANTY DKKDS. ChasG Fletcher to Curtis It Whltmor, land in so 1 .'in. mi, .IS MJtto Wll.l,. Virginia W I'eacliur (JUIT-C1.AI.M UEKDS. Mary K Fletchor Jo Chas F Fletcher, land in so m, o, ;w, 700 Ulchard II ilagby to Chester C Fuller, e 1 se XI: w 1 sw ;I4,(I2, .is 1 OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Clrrnll Court, iV'iivi'iiis llrst Mmiil.iy In .l.ir.u iry: fourth tlnml'iy In April urn! Aiimist. Wllllitin C. i:illvm. ,-lM-ult Jtiilff. henry T. A Ik I re, ini-ii'llriir iiltnrm-y. Kilwln A liiiiiliion. e.reiilt eli rlt. A. II. Mi-Niilty. slicrllT. ll.ii ry M. 1 rwln, sli imitrupl.cr. I'mlittr rmirl, Conri'iii siviinit Mnnil.'iy. In IVIirimry. Iny. liiitusi unit Nuvi-inlH'r, II, IV I'oili-r, tiriilmle Jii'Uc. ('iiiily Court lliirtilarTi'Mns! first Mornhys In febru ry, May, Aiu-usi mul Nuvi'mlii-r. Unity K. IVriKht, lirislillnu Judgr, I'lilllp S,-lil..( r Ihhut. Jiiiliiu 1st district. Cram-Is .1. llusklll. JiuUi- ilKlrlcl. I'rin.l. I. .i-lli r, eleili of omnily court. Ciniiily Itfiarilnl Health, lb nry K. ll'tlulit, iri'slili-nl. I'lilllp Si'liluili.iiii r, vln-iiri'sliti nt. t'riim-ls .1. tlusklll, -.M illsirlou C. I- Ktiins, iiimity pliyletitn. Kr.oiU l .rlli r. s'ntary. I'iiiiiiI) lloanl of laliimtlon. Karl A. Ilis'k (InKnn. .1. 1', t'nisi'ii, Moiiiiil Clly. K. M. Ilrmiks, iiri'k'uii. Cullis-liir nt lli tt line. Ilnwaril H.Ti'ire. Cmuity Tn-iisuri'r. Ni'vllle lili-ksun. II, vi. nli r or ii n.. .IiiIiii M. Illlil.anl. (.iimimIssIiiiii ri'f S'Im.iK. Karl A. lim-k. I'ulilli- AiliiiliilstMtur, II. IV. Ciitntnliis. Hiitii rlnteiiili'tit of 1'imr, Scliourii Oarsnn. SlIMrynr. .Ii.lill II. I'i n l. assi'ssnr, I'.-rry IV. Ilion-ay. Ciimiiit. t'h.is IV. Wym oi. Malll.itiil. Unit IViuiity impiilatliin. II.V-.'. Slate tux, lo-iui IIki viitiiatliui. C' hi lily tax, nil' mi 1li riiliiiitlnii. County tn.ul l. lis-mi Him viiliialtiiii. Ai'riik'esi.,il tax li'ty. lo- i r Hi iilim- tlmi County i-n'iilisl l.y :,.'t of li'irlslature, .l.inu- iryi'. l-ll. I'oiinty nioiiiil t'lut ti- .. hi nl v- r. r n.uiii-i m.-.s iiuit. ur Ori'ifon. Couiitv s'inl, i-n-ali-il liy iii-lof hit slatuii', .luui'l'l. 111. I'npillalli'ii, l.i CI I. ,sl..llll,. Hl'llttll, I.I.S1. lss.'s.itli- xt.'alili, tanils, tnmi lots ,iimI iH-rsoual .s.l.M.ilu Lalnls . . l,:-ii,'IIO To n lots M'.i.l-O t.lvi- si,-U . sto Mlii r n isoii.il l.r.;ii,i-. Total s.l.V.Hi' Htl-Kl-ll, i-iilllllt si iil. i:iivtrleli!litiil. IVtili-rnurk s,v,',ii. rity lul. 7.V nit -i I i '. s.'li.i.l lax. ;.Vi.nil. Arrival nntl Doparturu of MalU nt tho Poitolllcu, Oroi .i, Mo. 1-iT. . II..- Ni.viii MAII.s- UK. , IIHI UTi I will ne in vou i town on the above named dates to buy your fat nor ses and mares hat are in shape for market, 1,000 to 2,000 lbs., and 4 to 20 years old. Mules, 4 to 8 years old, and any size, blocky, thick made kind. I have no market for thin stuff or leggy ones, but will buy all the good ones you show me. If you have a good one, don't fail to bring it in, as I want the stuff and will pay the price. Will be with you rain or shine. All Stock Must Be Fat and Broke. FrankAdams I a. in. I'or 111111111:1 am. Iiiti'tii'i-illntn tuiliit. inn! no imtuls north, cast mul west. to a in. I'orM. ,li si pli ami liili'riiii-ill.iti) lllts. IJilllllil. I'or all points south, I'lisl .mil aim, ,'xi-i'iit 'lull. lo ami VllllsiM lil-.lll.-lll-s. I i.V i. hi. I'oi all points north, m-st anil I list. I i'4i p. III. I'or l'llili-a, mirth, mall to nil IKilntK ii'Tili, i' ist, -..mill ami wist, I'xii'pt 1 1 1 1 1 ri i. l I ii I lni luren I'iiii'M "it v mul .-t. .Im-. Jutiip in, I'.it i ....liits north, south, oast ami i st, t'oii 'lii'. ulll Ih Iiiiuui'il in 'wi-i'i' lliefun Mill l oll . I I'llV pnslolII.V.. I foilllWK- t,av.' tlri b-ni' a m. ami rt nun :tt i:V, i. in, l'aM'titi'.-'ie ii I V p. tu. i 'nl iituin at itt p in. 1 A IK .uiitivi:. si", a, in, iiiiiuli i-Miill. from ill points llnlth, rllst, snulll Hill '.vest. IOiJA ... ill. Vllllsi'a ami 1'irUlo Vntlry in.oi' l.i s. Mall fern, inirlli, ,':it. south ami urst, l!:f. i. in. Mall fi.n i nil p.ilnts mntli. wi si 4lll I .t-t lll.1p.tu. M llli lino K. C, 'I. .!. .V C. II. Mulls Iroin all tiolnts, inn lit soul Ii, l ast :i i ol m l. lliU". p, in, I'iiiiii M. .Iiiscph. liniAI. IKH'TCS. DiIIOh. III. Iliitnl UiiuIii No. I, Iimvi's. ltc- tl'rns lit I '! i. Hi. l i.lO a, m. liural llnute, ,Nn. leaves. Id'- turns, t::n p. m. iaua. in, Itural llnute, . n. ,1, leave. Itu- turns m l::bl p. m. IiUO a. tu. liural Kuuti-, No. I, leaves. Itn- tnrns at l:: i. fit. Oilio a. m. liural lloutr, No. &, lenvra, lit- turns ut 1:01 p. m, MalU aro iniule up prmup.ly )! iiilnutc. bo jredi'partliui time. Hit 11 Ut Kiirtesi-ui', Kit to anil points on the I tM, In Ni'liniskit within ton mill- of thin ifflce, uliould he malleil lieforo Hill a. in. In irderto ri-aeh Its ilistlnittlon the sumo day. New Point Is supplied hy Carrier. Kuiilii MutnlitirS. .-('Iiurltis .liicls(in, nlfo iinti cliil ilren, ut llliiiiulliii, K;kii,,iiru vIsltliiK' liere, tlie Kiiesls of Ills hrutliers and sisters, anil ills wire's folks at Mail laiiil. Wti weie lad to set) lliein. and tu learn tlial iliey aie. prosperlm.'. Coinu nflener, Charley, yiui are al ivuys iveli-oine back tu the old lioinu. -Will Tiirnliam came, up from St. .Insupli, to make out Ills pension voucher, and havu a hand in tlio pri mary, -Skltlmoro ulll liavo their annual pumpkin show this year, September 10-1X Our sister city is noted fur tier pumpkin shuns. Whit Maupln has tho thanks of thu Junior of this paper for about a peck of lino potatoes as nice, as wo have seen this year. Woil Machine for sale. 'J'ho Im proved boriui; and drilling machine, combined, - miles east of Forbes, tf John Knox. Forbes, Mo.