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" 8V HUBYNS 4 CL'KKV. Entered at the I'cntoriice Oron. Mo as fecond CUv Matter A Wk!y Newipaper looted to the Interest of the tin'y In the I'nlvn TESKS: tl 50 Per Tear TiUk tie ditt ftltwli yter tiBt III ainli f the taatr. It tttta tat fata ta wait year taaterlatiaa la all Friday. JCay 30. 1913. Their Final Summon). Krnellne Ivxvi , 1.' child 'A ftofer? and N"r;y J a t ton was torn In Delaware -,.n't.''hlo October l'. l-Jard dept.--.-d 'hi dfe Mat !(', ld.f. sib i' therefore 7 yeirs Meatta and dij- old. . When '.I a tounr ! lid he with her paren' removed from Ohio, and Jled ni'CT-'ltelt In MlnM. l-.a. ami Kai-a- The fartl.y e''ieda: Sumner. Kmi-is and ere Krne:ir gre'ii to o in; nvmaruxid and married i., I.ie .'erurit Aridrow H t fr Hi .ugu'. To 'I u,u were birn three 'Till dren. U ,tnt -'. Kan City. 0r.e of Ka and r era. now Mr John Scott '. fratr. Mc. Khecarr.e with -.erfarril.) fr'.x iMtte county. M v.. o Holt .ouny aliul thlrty-elifi.? jear ; im! Jan ary 31. i-f. married the tC'yfi-i Mrr.e to Henry Vlntonwhiler. vho urhe her. Norhl dren wer- lorti t . tht x She Hted on a farm near 111. I.ike until a tear prior o her death l.leh currfl at Kana Cl'j Ki . aft.r an lllne') ,t mant -i. ,i.!h Beside a rrow inr 'i. jstnrid and children. he .av-k in aired riiother. wIm u III reach her 'Ord jear ...ut 0. Kd3. and ulio l .iiieti aualtin.' the ettln.' of her un at the home A her on. Coke JacKon. oi Like. Four sliteratiJ to brot-.T name. Mrs. Oeore Morrl. Mr- A J. 'u Vickie, f . W. and i;irv..-ird Ji-.jn and Mr, r . M Andrew- t Atrhl- n. Km., and Mr-. John BvdJ'f II .n. Kas., jnourn h-r !x' While yet a jojii. .it -l.e ia-r n tertelari'l Ined theC.ri?liii urcl. and va bipMed Later In Mfe he JOltlwl th; '. in:-. M, J.' !. The lylyuasliroiik.'ht to Ho.tcourj. ty for lnterrn-(it. the funern' 4rtrc helnif held Vdii-dij. Ma 'Jl. Iti'er. merit llrii' In Mount II' : crr.eien . The funeral 4- 'fi'l i-vi l-i I.. A. Hunt. .(('ph l!i'n--. Ilvln.' ,nt- .i.I.e Wtlth of Knrtewjui.. A f . .'nn"! trouble V ti.e nom ' ' t t.r i'i nr. Charles. Tuewj'n nlaht May I'd.!. He wi alM'i thirty jttro'd. .fi. married swd bid U-et'i uriWIii.' hi hotne th'Tt- I utK-rril v.fjfei. wiiti held at - ''' ofk Thurd i n'tfti' - n at tin- home -Jf!t.r"td iu Verm vrirli ipj, lu-i.i-i it, h'jrn Ap'l' I'i. I""". find diet i ,..f home In Forest fty M . Mat ). 1013. awwl '.''i tfir-. I ii. ti't riTid i daj. Sh- win fiiarried t Ofirie Ilea -ley Afi'C II. Vn Mi leiic :i huband. hither. mM.er aiid '! brother- m irn l t-rdi-i.if' irf I n rier.ll icrvirak t.ff i I 'I a Mftho'll li ir.-h T'ie. In M i. Kd.'l. at 1 i 'i. .by I; C Ml, nr. after which th r"irilti M-r- .'ild to re' In the I'ornk? "it v i.i.terv hbu II liildwlu 'II-I it i . jiwiiio on lb" Ih'll roid.nirtliM! ol St .lo. epb. on Sufiday. May 1 I'd.s. .fji-d '' year. H-.ua :i 'ti nf .1 : ll ildnln. otii- of the If' "t' r " l"fiMt f'hv. atid .iic'i' tl" ua liorn lb- I-nr I' id b; ! tm 'itid t wo dniyl'icr CiiirW-. .!'!. Il.irry. Itolort, Thflort'. M:-i it.d KsJih: two brother., .lac .! I llenjainln n.-aii or t .t'jkepii. - A tery iiici. and v:i ii .'n-! iti ' I n tu the I'.ir'. in td In M-. W .1. I.llllford tdrniiirb I.I- tit.pl i. . Jul, ii Chandler of Hiu'le It. . -mtli Iu. ko'a, nti" l tii'i nrr .iv- ind one war cltili Toe bow I a "ui-tneiiti' of tin) battle .f ' ut ti . hitt'i- III. Horn lilwr. Mont im . t- rnjiiMr.il ('uler lo-' hi If- I' r.-t Cltv News May L'."!. Wall Paper. i iiavo n laruer line wan .paper this yuar 1 1 inn ever. I nUo Imvu "Henry Vos .t SonV. i f .! epb Mo., .Special Hook of .sa'tiiile. t.'au order paper one dav find net It the nuxlil.iy. Would bu lid to show you meu ikhikx, ir you want .vniiu- tiling nice, or If you will phone, will brltii; thcni to your home. Itoiiiem- lier they have no cheap patterns in them, hut pattern thai I cannot al lord to carry In Mock. If you are Kolritf to St. Joseph lo select your paper, and will call and Kct a letter from me, I can save you at least ' pur cent on your purchase, If you will buy at Voss V Sons. Vou need not show the letter until you yet their prices. K. O. I'HILLII'S. Ite(lstered I'harinaclst. Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Hilton, of Miirueon nay, uisconsin, announce -tJio birth of a a daughter, May id, lUh'i. Weights pounds, Name Hel en Kathleen Hilton. Mrs. Hilton was formerly Miss Helen (Jreen, of this city. Lost A (fold enameled Hebecca pin. Leave at Skntinki. otllce. f't'lW TS" A KISASU Sri'CKSS J . The B. I. L. Brothers Entertain the E. 0. Sitters in a Hifhly Enjoyable Manner. H. I. L Hrother t'nlted and Cons1 fellowship and a roc.; hearty ue. bined Shi. plajed to i .arge and icome toour brother. Dr. J. H. TJtornr l,lgh ? appreciate audience Friday , fcn P f MetUdm churefi. ettning of .a.: tteeW at tue Ien. The T u -Ptndld r-nc.n a; the hou wa ail that hid hn clalxed union rlc 5undr nigh: from the f'.r It Tli advance notice had not I been exaggerated So dlul5ed patron aled t hate he. money re- Bunded a 'he tot -,r:ice l- more than pieay-d. However. depl!e the phenomena succe of the r-rfcrxanc ih- ihowlh'5'1 iMt ebinnui. e ecticn of of ha diilixnwl Ti r.fr,. m. ) v M-or at the at seetin. .lththefob na eiiuin'Jei The r-rtormerj have i0n.. .j. x I'.-e'ld-n: MI Grace Mattered it virlcu other purult. The anl.T.a.4 '.f the vat atena.'erle Jve been returned to 'heir nilTe haunt Its Srt exhibition a Its .ait Tl-ere rtmiln (, a p.eaint nsett-ry Tlie ccci'Jon n an enter'alnrrent tendered tl- rr.en.b-r 'A th I'. K. O. by their h'.band and .'entSexin friend, ither! kn.vm a tr. it. I. L Trie entertilnxent tuck the form of i circa arid i idven In tj,e lar.e ut birn on the Frank Alien farm ad;olrilni' ton n the north. Tr.e birn wf.-...d neter hue bn reccr. nlte'l ' jc1. iit Frldiy rd.-ht. The rv.nd ovr wa- .dten ortothe tnniefle. ld kt.oA atI larto ether attrastlon- Incident to a .ir.e tent how. MhCe the hay tr.o ui dlvldwl Into three compartment, where the entertainment proper wn stired Before lln. ldr.lttedto the clre.i a irind. free open air exhibition wis pi.::el oS in front of the bilidln. It confuted of a biilyjn acenlori. the slide for ilfe by I'rof. Mldet and rr.ulc by the bind -the B I L. own 'pecia! tr.uslei or.'inlitl.n. Inme'llate:y fobowln this the ;iet- were admitted t the hi-' show lielf On enterln. each woniin -no that w I hardy h fjr then were only abint fo-jr wo-nen in th" crowd. The ret were little .dr. about a doen to each woman. There were ti I -.'Ir;. and hort irlri. fat t'lrl and n. In idn . bL .lr. and little irlri. pretty .IrN and-.teil. they were all pre'ty -.'Ir!. The women tliouht to play a jokv on the men and dre-.-d a'children. Theyacte! the part .to tt.l. ..... . -1 . eii. iiy3. n:u .,'ue-i wa iMuti a rel carnation, which admitted her free" to the lde how. .She; was a:'i i'lven a ouautity of "monet" with which l.e couidbiy pop;orn. einut for the eiephint. red lmo rude or buck the -he ; .ame. which wa- ruuultr.' f.o lea-' It tO"k 'ife tl'l.f t- !).; (lien i.-erle an I kbli i. . Ti.ere uj the on. y ori.'ina md j ithentlc wl!d man from Bornei, '.ferltr. .inearth- ly kojnd- the wi.l . he nulled ami tusraed at I.I, chain-: "Ito-co." the tiake eater: the ebra cultured bv Teddy In the African wliiU: the lieard- eil lauy. t-ile uiiuierous other rare and wntiderf.il Md;nns gathered fr i:n th far corner of the tflobe for thl- iclal o;ca-lori. Ilowe'.er. after 'ice lifi'l leen Hunt to t b . oart of thf h'j'. the coiiipany was InWt.d to i ui' i tie eiijtator atiu stun iiiirii for the ec itid tlo.jr. Here an auditorium Ind been nr. ratr.'ed and al'er the L'uetts ucic eated ltlruir.ati r Harry Duncan put i ou nieiiiij..r hi ni ai'irri'irattoti 'hi'-.jl. tlndr i They were all we trained eer lieforc. and .r liao never a.alu. wl.l a like troon id clowns, acrobat, jucu'er. contort Ion- ltw si.vk wire iierforuieii,. -t rorik' ,nen. crack bot. hum in freak-, tnu lci his ami f uniinker deili.'b; an audi lete'e. I here Were two hour ol con-itmoii- fun until of the acts beinc iicored ai'iin and -calii. .-eieral (le ierve -pi-cnl mention I'lhis Whltunr. the lr.iie.e per ! r,ner, w,i i.-xcelleii! and exhibited another plia-e-d hi-ver-ytllltv. while (ieoro; Sclmite a I'loteticu .sli;litlu k'ale, made Micha hit with thu women of the I'. K i). that he had to udie eieral extra number- Incidentally uio-t of the tfiiest. hailnj; no further tie for their carnation, showered them up hi the lnu'er Another tium-b-rt,at pleaed was alien bv I)r. W. 'i I'nuid. who imperiuateif a itu it in ilollnlst toU'ioflellecl. Although the ikn'tur Is no "tiddler" he went thrminh all of the titceari motions wlille hiiinmlnj: " tin air.-. Carev Bunker did Mime kood sllKht of hatu'l tricks and thl was onu number that the clown could not "expo-e." Ior tie Martin, as the crack shot, with the aid of C. K. Miinn, as Jo Jo, the ikoi-faced man. caused much merri ment The steam cadlopo was put-hap-Ihe yreatest hit. This Instru ment rt- (Hired the services of ten men, elirht -Um.V and two players. The audience was loath to seethe calliope finish and called for e.Mra selections oi oral time. George I.ehmer. Henry Kckle-. Wallace I law son and Boy Kunl.el. a clowns, saw to It that there was not a dull moment on the program. The stiam calliope -was the last number, and after Its tones had died away, thu quests were ushered Into another part of the hay mow that had been Htted up as at electric park. Here, amoni,' great bower of trees, among which electric lights Kilttered and upon a soft carpet of fresh alfalfa, were arranged refreshment tables. A delightful twocourse lunch eon concluded one of Hie happiest and most unliiiieentcrtaliimentsevemlven n Ithln our little city. It Is to lie hoped that the company can be prevailed upon to play a re turn engacment In the future so that the public In general can have an op portunity of the many Interesting features that ther nresent anil .itcn see the varied and wonderful collec tion" of wild animals that they exhib ited in their menagerie. Presbyterian Church Note. Keuar -tMlcr ntt Brdat. Af ter ti.e Interruption Iwklent to tie many trlc- of the pi.; ' rac-nth let u . get Uiz'k tc ou; I iir ork lth rened Mil. ' We are giad to extend the land of text, -litlio.d. I tard at thedcorand knW.' ett!n? forth a his there. "Tr.e Kntreatlnj Crirtt." and stw-a-Inw -:iie of the at In which He K-nV at the heart tnan The hrltian Kndeitor letv I Alkiro .lc-preIdr.. Mi- Edna ' Markt: secretary. Mr raa: Allen: treasurer Mtv Jo-ephlne Murrar. The oTV. tli- pa: lx month hate done k".d rvke and the preldeiit and fea;rer were re-e.-cted The wlety tw'.d a bike a on June ". a ee frvX next ?it ..rdiy a' Hir tftEun' .'rccery The pr-wre-slte dinner jIm-i by ti.e .lai circ Tuediv au-h a a tuccesi Srunclaht ind vou y After pirtakln of the Srif c-r-- a Mr. ..y Caanoiln subriin l.-yat the ruets prure! to Mr. M.rtie Mir tin's for the second co:r- and then to Mr BotertJKuiet hr '..ey par Wk '.f 'he 1ns: co .re ml enj.yeda vela, h- .r T),e dinner i .me and the ,adl miln'.alned 'i.etr repa tat ion a ck par exce ,n:e Mr h M ciisfttt and chil dren, tt.e We?xiriiter I'rebv. terlin church . f St Joseph, were tlsltln. a few diy v the Mane lat ween I'rayer meetlri.' thl Thuryiat enlni The printer beln..' onab.e to de cipher the writer chirographs ,at week xide the Sinday --?hi.'! flft to the'iVli! f'lrc'.e toward re'lnlhln the church 4.7) when It should hive been !" The Circle '.o wlhe to acknouierJze a gift of from Mr. Anderson f.lkeiea-autfu piano cirf from Mr. Lydla i!amey June -. a week from next undav, wl., k fhl'dren Day and the Sun day -chooi wl!! hate a -pecla; pro gram at II o'ciock. A- oon a ttie attendance reache -i" we are iroln; to have a picnic in the wji Sunday afternoon we went with Mr. Joe Murray fa-oily In 'heir auto down n the bo torn to I. am lr' chj! hou and preached to a aoy ooriirre.'iti'in thi jus' about tilled tli' I. ue. Thee I-eop e have tartei a .ndi choo: 'hit I doltu well and we i, to hate the prlvll e. 'A pr- iii.in. f .r 'hem a;'aln oon Tin: l'A-Tnit Wriyht Alkirc. Ihe marriage of Lee H. Wn.'ht. of I orb-, and Mis Maude Aiklre. of 'regoii. wa rforrr.ed by Justice Knickerbocker at hi o'tlce in Savin. nab. May 1. The irroom wa lrn and reared near Cral. but Is now larrmrii' near rirte i ti tiriue is a da.ud.tcr -f Judi:- II T Aiklre. former pro-ec itlng .i' irney A Unit county. The new reirardlni.' the marriage of thl ioiular youn' couple was not ilefltdtei known In Cralir untl. ttil week Aliho.cha little late. The Leader join their many friend, in extending bt wl.he for their future welfare and I. appine... ' ralg Lead er. May LM. "hu away Iru.u ho.ne If jnu want to get the raw"' lloweier. the item comes late. Tin: S:sTts:t. join The Leader In w.iingthee t . excel'ent to nig people a long. wee fe. Entertained. Mi- W. W. Inwson erit-r'alued rhariiiingly at a picnic supper la; Tl'iirday eietdtig. The gue.' came In approved picnic co.tinne. leeie apron. Minboiinet.. overalls anil straw hat.. When all had aembled tliet were ei'orted up.talrs. where they fovind the upper hall cleverly decor ated to represent tin fore-t. Huge luughs were placed agalt t the wall anil met overhead. The tloor wa carpeted with true forest verdure. In the center of this miniature forest was spread the picnic supper. All thu regulation picnic bill of fare wa there in the big hisket and thermos bottles. Needless to say the crowd did justice to the feast. After supper .Vi was played at two tables. Among tho-e present were. Misses Mary Xook, Hortene Dungan. Anna Curry. Mesdame Fred I'hll brick, W. W. Dawson. Messers Ned Hlnde.Sherman Hlbbard.WIII Moore. Fred Fldlbrlck and W. W. Dawon. Charley Bridge and wife are dee lighted It's a girl, and the little one came to gladden their home at Beth, any, Missouri. May iM. -Mrs. Cha, Herman and children left Tuesday, of this week, where she will join her husband, who is ::ow lo cated near Hay-ward, Wisconsin, -Will Derr and Itankln & Chrl tlau each hail out a car of hogs this week, and Geo. Patterson brought In a car of cattle, and J. II. Thompson brought In a car load of household goods. -Tlee Speer has recently purchased the Fairfax Forum, and he came down to visit his brother, John, of Forest City, and theywlth Nev. Dick son were saying "hello" to their friends here, Monday. T. L. 1'rlce has coming from the International Harvester Co., of Chi cago, III., a 40,000-pound car load of Harvesting Machinery, consisting of Deer ng Binders, Mow'ers, Hakes and Deerlng Binding Twine. AnENTION, COMRADES. Members of Meyer Post, G. A. It., will please remember their next meet ing will be held Saturday, June 1913, at 1! p. ra., at the home of F. s Morkan. On Saturday, June 2s, their regular meeting will be held at the home of T. C. Dungan. Let there lie a full attendance. Bk.v F. Mcuqan, Commander. HllMH: THK HKHUlC IEAl. The Beautiful Rites of Decoration Day Will Be Observed in Orefon. ATTENTION COMRADES: A., o.xride f 'i.e (rand Army, the Confedtrite ar.d -.n jf the-e teterin and -pin: .-Axtrlran War veteran are reio'eJ f a.sn;b e at Meyer Po: Held ,i:irter-. a" ; -tr... I rldiy. May . id- and ri. "owe.. preed In a body . 'he cexetery. where the rl'ia f the Grand Arxy whi n ober.el and te .rat cf -h departed ..ra1e t.-d-cirate'! At . p. rr. in May ti.. ti.ty wi ; reaxble at held -uarters and pro ceeil In a body to the Kvange.lcai churi-h. where the annua, ad Ire te dellvere. The folicwlng ladle are rei;e-ed t-act a a committee ti recelte 'he fowers at the osice of F. . Kostcck. on the morning of May .'. at nine o o. :k. and to arringe them In . li able form for decoration pjrpe Mesiiame Chi. Kexk. Torn Curry. Geo Seeman. I E. Mark.and. B. II Diwvin. I5olr'. irye. P.obsrt Hatch, "rrlck l!amay. Wl.l Markt. Eiri Cooj-er. Win Turnham: Mlses Cora ' Frie. Hortetie Duncan. Anna C urry . Bonnie Greene. Mary Hoste'ter. Bon nie Broltck, Mary X.ook. Ail ieroti having Mowers to spare j are re'ieted to end them to the of-, tlce of F S. Boit ick no later than a. m.. May :. Comrade Jacob King I aligned the duty of marking ad grates uf, decea-ed comrade and wlv. "f c.:n rades. i. F. Mlios. D. V Don-t.s-.. r m uander Adjutant. Notice of Election, Notice I hereby given to ao land owners In the .niaw ( reek Drainage DMrlct, No. 1. Holt countv andstate i of Missouri. " mee' on ' Monday. June 16. 1913, i at iiV.a'k p ir... at the Exoilus j school hoi, in ho-.i district No. , V. In Hoit co inry. Ml .url. in siid drainage district, for the pirpie d electing one upertl"r and fur 'he term of the year 1 Done by order of the Itoard of ii pervlors of Sijuaw Creek Drainage! District. No. 1. thl .'ith diy of May, B'l.'i. Jiiiin N. Smith. halrman -Kit.. Atte-t F. I.. .i:li.i:ii ecretary Examination Xotice. Kxamlnatlon- for teacher' cer'l cate. wl'i be held at Malt land Sch n building. Friday and .-at inlay .lone 'and .. 1 he order of subiec. wl . be the same a heretofore. ' Applicants for second and tlrt grade certltlcates must have had one tear work In an approved high chool. Blauki for the cert ideation of high school work may be secured from the county superintendent. Person attending normal chool ' need not return to the county to take i the examination, but may take the . examination- under the respective county superintendent and send na ilers to the statu sutierlntendent or . Superintendent Bock for grading, KAItt. A. KOCK. County Superintendent. Monarch. Frank Colhour and wife visited at J. J. earner's Sunday. George Garner and wife w ere in Nodaway Sunday evening. -Mrs. Gottlieb ()tt and children I visited In Andrew county Tuesday. Ilolxirt Callen and wife of Noda way visited at Josh Chllcoat s Sun-, day. 1 Wm. P. Graham and wife visited . Sunday at George Graham's near Fill more. Itobert Hiik'liei and Ed Graham 1 made a trln to Forties on business 1 Tuesday. I Utosa Polsgrove. who Is working In Oregon, visited home folks Satur. . day night and Sunday, Blanche Callen and Susie David, i son of near Nodaway visited Monday i evening at John Patterson's. David Allen and his mother went to Oregon, Sunday to hear the mem. i orlal sermon and visit with Frank- Allen. Those who visited Sunday at lames Smith's were: Clvde Kretrer and wife, Max and Haymond of near Oregon. Clarence Lllley and wife. UOV Ash worth and wife. Hurold ami Jessie, It. L. Hughes, wife and Anls, Edith Colhour, Violet and Clifton Chllcoat, Robert Hughes and Ed Graham. Clikkoud. 14 -5-T.'.C'-r t If you desire good Fresh Gro ceries at reasonable prices, we can serve you. G. T. METCALF 6 CO., FORBES, MO. ou'e observed--t hat in front of the iinest homes Ford cars are numerous. We are selling an ever increasingly greater part of our gigantic output to experienced auto mobile owners who have tired of the exorbitant expense of big car up-kecp. M re ti.ar, a parter of rail.Ln F rd. n w In enlce -convincing evidence f their ii riderf-ii merit. Bunabout. !.V.'i: Touring ' ar. ': Tsiin Car. ii f . b. Detrat. dM.a e ,-p:i....it Get Interesting " r I TIT) n; D'pt. V.. Detroit: F r 1 M ' ' .j at lv otes C . 'k A i i ;ir ' 'vg n M 4-f rZ" sV If you want a Piano and want to save money, be sure to come in and inspect our Pianos THIS WEEK. THE OLNEY MUSIC CO Have for your inspection a fine line of Pianos and Player-Pianos at the Ore gon Furniture Store. Pianos from (150 up. Easy terms of payment, and every Piano Fully Warranted. COME IN THIS WEEK. OLNEY MUSIC CO- W. L. ESHELMAN. Manager. AHEAD I.N FLOUR. TheSFNfL"' I: I raht. a way ! tti' . .e.-lte? etertwl ere. us i t ,r i f ' I tlr baling at i tii- I Her praled and apprK'u'ed by 'ie fan.Iiy. If j wm bread k at on.y. d.n . ? I'-bft if y want t ; . r chl dieti cty f r It and - -e i' wi.t ue 'I e SUNFLOUR.