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S. A. Habb was In St. Joseph,
rlday. Sam Mann will farm part of Ihu anks' farm, llil- year C. ('. Ilrowii and father Mure call ing oh James Leae, Siuulay. Ira Fields and son. of Fortescue, visited IiIh brother, l.oule, Monday. -Karl Case helped Ills father-in-law, A. .1. Mgricit, plant c(rii,Moiitlay, Marea llusli I- helping Mrs. L. A. Hanks with her work, at present. lames Waldou ami family spent Sunday with A. .1. Ogden and faintly. Mrs. Ooolsbv's granddaughter, of Kansas. Is visiting her for a few days. Mrs. tieorge Hush and daughter sucnt Sundav with her mother, Mrs. Will Wake. Mrs. V..tti Martin and sister spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mr, .luhn Hook. -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Swopc. of Itlalr, spent Sunday with Klmer Swope and family. There will he an loo cream social at Napier, .lime I. Proceeds to go to the Sunday school. - Sunday school at Napier Is pro gressing splendidly. Kierybody cor tl tally Invited to attend. -Charlie Craig and family, of Tor. tccue. spent Sunday with his par ents. W. d. Craig and wife. MNh Nellie Stephen and Miss .1 nl la. Martin expect to leave for Maiyvllle. Tuesday, where they will attend school. Mrs. ('. K. liosllng and son. Dale, spent Saturday nllit and Sunday wlth with her brother, Frank Noland and family, of Itlalr. - Mrs. 0. M. .lolce and children, of St. Joseph, who has heen visiting her sister, Mrs. lingerie Stephens, will leave for Hlgelow, Tuesday evening. -Karnest Kan and family have moved In the I.. I. Fields house, where they expect to live this sum mer. Karnust will work for L. A. Hanks, this season. -..lames Waldeii. wife and hahy, and Miss Cclla Smith were return ing home Sunday uonlng, when their horse became frightened at an auto, ran away, throwing them all out and breaking loose from the buggy ran some distance before being caught. Fortunately none of them wcru In jured. Ni:mi. Napier nnd Vicinity. Forest City. Miss Herenlce llullock spent the past week at home. -Mrs. I!. W. Fawks spent one day In St. Joseph last week. Miss Violet (ioldeiils the guest of Miss Viva lllaggthls week. -Mils Carrie Seeman was thu guest of MUs Mildred Dixon Sunday. Tom Kygur was the guest of his sNter. Mrs. Delia Meflulic, one day last, week. Miss Anna Anderson was a bio to spend Sunday with her parents at the Mallard home. Mrs. .letiute Howl of trefoil spent several days this week with her son F.d and family. -Mrs-Frank I lean of Hot Springs, Ark., Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Frank Kunkcl at present. Mrs. Kmma Moore and children visited at the Itoherl Mooru home near Curon, Saturday and Sunday. -Mr. Mullen and family. Will I'll. inaurlec and family spent Sunday wltli "Mother" Fll.maiirlce on tlie farm. The Chi Mian Sunday scliool Is preparing a Children's Day program which will he held the second Sunday In .1 une. The M, i: Sunday school rendered an excellent Children's Day program at the church Sunday evening to:i large atiiUeneo. -Miss Addle Jamison and Miss Mary Kllen Flt.inaurlce left Tuesday for Marysvllle, Mo., to attend the summer school. lll'TII. NickelPs Grove. Dwlght acluuan Is leader lor V. 1. A. Sunday night. -Scott llodgln and family spent Sunday at the Sahlln home. Edna Fiihrmhu is still sick. Mrs. Nathan Smith, l.wlla and F..ra have been sick. Nathan Smith entertained the (. A. II. at Ills home last Saturday afternoon. .Mrs. Karl Stephenson and .lean e.ttu, Mrs. Henry llershnor and Mrs. M.!ii Noellscli were In St. Joseph last week. Miss He.ssle Smith and Miss Lois Klchards, of Oregon, rode to St. Jos eph horseback lust Thursday and ls ited a few days. Kdward Fulirman and wlfo.Alleo ami .lean Kllabuth. Andrew Ilcrsli- nor and wife and Max McNulty, drove to Mound City Saturday In Mr. Fulir man's car and visited relatives over Sunday. Corning Defeats Rock Port. (Special to Tim Skntinki..) Coiim.no, Mo.. May lis1, mill. The Cornlnir lloosters defeated the fast Hock Port team here, Sunday, by a one-sided score ot t-i. The Hock Port team was clearly outclassed at every stage of thu game bv the liome boys; the Hock Port boys making numerous errors behind their pitcher at crmcai tunes were mu re sult, nf most of the local runs. Hock Port's only run was a fake as tho re sult of Christian's error of Wllliamsi short My to right Hold, which ap pearcd to be lost, allowing Williams to score. Thleinan for the locals pitched a Hnn i-ame. allowing thu visitors three scratch lilts. His hitting was also a feature. Fielding and batting honors wero taken by thu veteran Irish Swans and h. wouyns, or tne local siuan. Score by Innings: I 2 :i i r 7 8 it Hock Port o 1 o on o 0 o Cornlnir 4O2OOO110 Hatterles: Hock Port-Parker and Williams, weisn. corning': imu man and Hecker. MiitiliiKiiiK.il Hi' ImkIi m.'tiiiK combination Saddle find Harness Stallion will make tlie present season on tlie iarm ot .1. W. Uo.stock, half mile northeast ot ('recoil. .Mo. DKSCItU'TION AND PKPKiUKK : MfiiliiKintr.il. isn blood bay. stands li'.J hands liitrli and weighs l.'Mu lioimds. Is of mo.st beautiful eoiiformuliou. combined with finest of style and action. Menlo KitiK. II. was Dialed July 1st. 1001, by Menlo King 1. .'K'.'Jiiii : by Woodford Wilkes. .").': by (it-owe Wilkes. rs : by llanibli'tonian. K; b Abdal lull, I : bv Meinbrino, son of Imported .Messenger. Dam. Lida B.. I iwii. : by Guide. ll'.7; by Swip'it. " : k. d. Maid by Wild Hnxliuw. iW. TKUMS5 AND CONDITIONS: $l'J.S(Mo insure 1 i inr eolt by Menlo Khiir. II. If mare i disposed of. parted with or removed from original locality, insurance money is forfeited aiid becomes din- at mm, (.'are will be tiikeu to avoid accidents, but will not lie responsible should any occur. P. E. O. Program. MAY .'HI, 1113. HostessMrs. Harry Duncan. IIUSllll'ss, Magazine Article No. II Mrs. Leh mer (Juaitettc Mrs. .eller. Mrs. Kccles, Mr. Miimii and Mrs. O'Fallon. Magazine Article No. IV -Miss Duncan. lloll Cab. Social Hour Wm. HtHtock, one mile east of Oregon, has Hoars and (Mils for sale. Tliev are long and deep bodied, and are tiiirty ineiic. tan ami over: mey have eight Inch bone, they are cut. out for sniVpmintl hogs. Ills spring boai s w III w clgh '.'.VI poiiudH and bet ter, Just In breeding condition: they are no! lai, jusi nig aim smooiii. lie nan them In excellent condition, which Is the main part to produce good, strong vigorous plr. lie feeds them very little corn, hence they are not burnt out with corn, which would make them utitlt for breed in: If vou want something that uets liljr at half the aca mat I lie iiok's we ueii to naveanii have now. eel one of then Improved Hilt Tpe Piilaiid t'hlnas. Ills sows and ileid Hairs are all recorded. The) were carefully selected by him. reitaidlesoof price, In low a, and shipped rlcjit to i n-yiin. Call on or address. w .M. lil IMUIK, ireKon, Mo. The Man hi the "Moon" Is abue them all. No Kim; or (.Mieen ol an cleni i"lor eer I raveled more prop erly, more satlsfaeluilly. more hiMir- loiisly than the men and women or todat In their .Moon Cars, and none half so fast Moon Cars are standard of tiiallly, 2. I and .Vpasseiiner. elec trical!) craiiKcii ami iitfincii, com- plelelv eqiilpiHd. Dt-o: without elec tric stall lin; and llhtlim system. .Vh. For literature and further In formation, call on or address. II. T. HI5 IWM.Mi, Fairfax. Mo. J. W. ROSTOCK. NOTICE TO COrrihv'TORS. ' II Is ordered b the County Court that the County Clerk advertises for proposals for construction of concrete walk from North door of thu Court Ilotisti to the com I yard eate. Wall; to he nine leet wide. Concrete lour Inch body with ton ihessliu; one Inch thick. Proportion of material In body. I ceiueul, .'! sand, to . loci;. Propoi thin of material hi top diess. Iiil', I cement to 2 sand, with tlnlsh. To be completed within thirty das oinaiuoi leuinu. ,u maieriai in old walk to becoinc the property' of the contractor and to be lemoved from thu court yard at his own ex pense within ten days of thu comple tion and acceptance of Ihu new walk. Contractor to enter Into blind in Ihu sum of 1ihi, for falthlul performance of contract. All work to be done under the supervision of J no. II. re ret, Count .surveyor. Sealed bids to lie tiled in I lie County Clerk's otllce on oi before I p. m.. Monday. June 2, 1913, A truueopy of the record. i i Done at olllce In t'rcu;on, si:.i.. Missouri, this HUh day of S May, 1UI.I. F. I.. ZKI.l.F.U, Counly Clerk. W. J. BRYNE, JR. No. 3263. A mi AfTT Tlle Favorite Jack A KMIII K JOHNNY JOHNSON. IUUUWVII TBLACK JIM:! 15 Hlack Jim Is a mammoth Kentucky Jack, i Ti years old, black with white points, heavy bone, stands 151 hands hlk'h, wolL'ht I, ooo pounds. Unproved himself k.i pei cent foal getter last season. He lias been examined by a veterinary and pronounced as IiuIhk free from hereditary, Infect luus, con tauloiis or transmissible dlseasu or unsoundness. Hlack Jim will maku the season ot IHl.'l, at my home, one-fourth mile west of thu Monarch school house, . miles west of Nodaway and H miles southeast of Oregon. TKIIMS: $10,011 to Insure colt to btand and suck. Parties disposing of mares or removing them rom 11, e county, survlcu becomes duu and nav- abluatoncu. Maru and colt will be held for service fee. Caru taken to prevent accidents, but not respon slble should any occur. G. W. GARNER, Owner and Keeper. IINDKKTAK1N0 AND KMHAIiMINU OREGON FURNITURE CO. Redilenrc. Home I'hone, 175 Olflce, Farmers' I'hone, 14H Sco Frank Foster for second-hand bugKles. 1L Foaled 1H0S: ."i hands hleli. audi black, with mealy nose. Sire. J. Untie, I lei;. No. ii'.'T: Sire by l.eo n,i..r 1,.. i.,, it. in 1,1, ci.i..f I,,, i,t Palteison Henna Vista, he by Im ported lleicules, Ills dam by Kspatlci llourhon Chief dam b.v Napoleon .'lid:. second dam Henna Vista: thiol dam bv ImiKirled Cast an Henna: W . .1. nryne, .11., I'aiu. ','ucen iies. lieu. No. Dain.L'i'so: Sire tirover Cleveland, Hcl'. No. li'.'n: he by Mammoth Itb: he by Mammoth .'lid: first dam by Hamilton Mammoth 2nd. Tun. mh ami CiiMirnuNs: W . J. Ilryue, Jr., will make the season of lui." at my lively barn, In Oregon, Mo. tIL'.oO to Insure live colt, but for Jennets, ScVi.on will be charged for a Jack colt and fl'.Vin for a Jennet. II maru or mares are parted with, or removed from the ucMihurliuod, without my consent, money for ser vice becomes due. and must be paid it once, ( are will bit taken to pre vent accidents, hut will not be re sponsible should any occur. ). W. SIM WILY, Oregon. Mo. I)ANIi:i, y.ACIIMAN, C. J. HUNT, President. Cashier W. P. Sciiui.tk, Assistant Cashier. THS V BANE. OREGON, MO Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000 Transacts a cultural banking busi ness. Interest paid on deposits leil for spccillcd time. Drafts Issued on princlpalcltles. Col lections made and promptly remitted DiitKcrous: I), .achman, preslilenf J. A. Kreuk secretary; .las Huchcr H. F. Morgan, and S, r . O'Fallon. Telephone No, 43. That the I'cicheiou Stallion. AH MiH'H, Is lecorded by the I'ercheron Society of A mci lea. and that 1 1 1 - re curilul uiimber Is -.M 7ti. Cnl.nK AMI Dc.-Cltll'I'llt.N: Cicy: blae lace. Pi:iiii.io:i:. Foaleil April '.'I. l!i'.i: bred by John Summer, be-on. Mis- soutr owned by Herman A. Summer, lireu'on, Mi-oiiii. Isstinn lui hands imsc'inni'iioN and pi:i)i(;m:i Joliunv Johiisnii will l.e a'lowed to serve a Ibolted lilliilher of lliare at in v barn, three miles southeast of Oickoii, on the old .Indue Mclnlyie farm, on the SI . Joseph mad. lie Is lei blael. with white lioillls: I'd hands hluh live years old anil wclyhs abonl l.iiilii tiiiiini -.. s heavv bodied Kood lueasi and wide In rump, snlen i d head ami eais, cootl sivie anil :ic The hiuh. welubt IT'Mi Doiinds Has uood I lion, lu.aw hiiueil. has larce feet bone line style and action. I stands up well ami has proved lilin Sun Armaunac l!iTI WAvl,, bv self to be a siipeilor breeder. .1 uard iil lo'.ii. by Vol An enl -'.MCll (li:n.. by lluslu'iie d'.c'i, by Hill Haul III illUKL'iilti). b.v Feiielou (lis,, b.v Hrllllaiit I'JTI IT.Vm. by Hill Haul s'..!ic;;,ii . bv Coco II (HI', by Vleiix Chaslln iTIJ), by Coco (711! . by Miuiinu 7I". by Jean l.e Hlauc I'.'l'i). Iiim- Inll-i I villi lii l.'.vl rniliir ls!n?l. b f.olnt JolTs.hv'Aecho IomU.i lowed to serve a limited number of bv IM'rador I.Vj: i.'!'i). by Favora i mares. I.'il'.' 'T'mi, by Flench Monarch J0. IT.'lli. by llderhii i.i:iiij.. b.v Valentin Black Perclicron Stallion HERO, I w clubs about I.ikhi pounds, with line points anil perfect build, will be al (.VIOI,, by Vieu Chaslln ITHluby Coco TlU'i, by Mluuoii iT l.'ii. by Jean l.u Hlanc ';.-i'i). nd Dam, Florah I slt. ! liexenue ;ci:iT: Imporlfd ss;t. ,y Dillon Hiotb ers, Normal, IlllnoU. ,'lrd Dam. Sophie -""t: Imporltd I dents, hut will not Lit, 1... I It I-.. I, ...... I,.... I . .... - TKIIMS AND CONDITIONS! For service of Jack. '2.M to Insure coll For survlcu of llero,l."i. When maiu is parted with or lemoved fioiu orig inal locality, iiioney for service he, coiiicmIiiu at once. Allen on mate and foal will be held for Insurance ( are w Ml lie la Ken to Prevent accl be responsible Wisconsin. ROMEO, No. 04973. Is a daik Kray, stands in hands hl);h, wcIkIis about I leu pounds; three years old this spring, Hue stylu and act ion. A. O. McINTYRE. C. D, 7.O0K, (i. L. ClIMMINH, President. Cashier. L, I. Mihiiik, Vice-President. Zook & Roecker BANKING COMPANY, OKKGON, : i MISSOURI Kstulillslieil 1871. The oldest bank in thu county. Transacts a ueneral banking business. Interest paid on tlmu deposits. Drafts sold on all thu principal cities of the country and Kurope. Have made spe cial arrangements to collect money due from estates In foreign countries, The accounts of farmers, merchants and individuals respectfully solicited. Special caru given td any business in trusted to us. Telephone No, 19. TCll.Ms AMI ('llMMTONSi 'I'llU illlOVU horses will make the season of IHl.'l, on my faun,. rd miles east of Oregon, on the Slate Itoail, and lii miles west of the Iron HrldKe. IL'..M will bo charged to Insure living colt. When maru Is parted with or removed from original locality, nn.ney for service nccomes nue ai once, a nen on mare and foal will bu held for Insurance monev. Cure taken to prevent acci dents, but will not be responsible should should any occur. Herman A. Soinmer. HARRY M. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Van Busklrk Build Ing. Northwest Corner Court House Square, OREGON, MISSOURI. Administrator's Notice. Notlcu Is hereby ulven, That Let leis of Administration on Hie Kstate of James S, Noland, deceased, we ru Krauted to thu uiider.slgued on the 17th day of May, IHl.'l, bv thu I'rohate i.ouri oi lion i.miuiy. .Missouri, am persons liavlmr claims anal list said Kstate are required lo exhllill llielii tor allowance to tne nmniiusirainr wlihln sl moiilhs after Ihu date of said Letters, or they may bu pre eluded from any hencllt of said Ks tate: am If such c alms be not ox lib lied within one year from the date of the last Insertion of tlie publication of this notice, thuy shall be torever barred. (1. W. CI'MMINS, Public. Administrator. 1st publication May L'.'l. HUH. Thm ammOnm DOMESTIC Dlr.o rrm r.l.r ifMmmrovmll Tho kind vour srtDdmolli, cm uiod. mrr l.ouo.wo .iniitfn.i.f. Two macblnel Innni, huthlurkltltcb ftOll rb.lDitltrli. lteit model' tH noire.t IracroYement,, IB Dms' Frmm Trial Nntlanoail. nuttklnl doWAnOOUl tttion, Votl m4 bo tt lut A AC ill von bf tried rout mvtilii 1ft dug. ! otfrmu, Vmk nfter trial ur uy vav Yaurchote irMnfl u low ll& tail auar monthly. IUHU1 UM, Uckti tj our l,ouu,uO corpoitlloa. ftfta with tverj mwhlu. Tb wml liUril Mwiaf ttuchiit iutratM tr tffrl, WRIT I NOW for Dcmmtia Unoi full urtkuUnot tlil tmQr, A iwttal will W tn It 7t JCJChf irtwru uitl. NHItliettfflNMACllUICQ. U, RM CIICI80 Percheron Stallion, GLOSEUR, No. (72369) 43366, DiM'iill'rliiN M I llliUililX; Clin- eiirlsasolld lllacl, li color and a full blooded Pi'ivbei'in: stiimls 17 1 hands hich. and win elcb about '.',- pun poiinils. I Nilril M.tich -I, IIHIU. Ilieil by M llaitiiiii. Iieiuitmelil of l.oir-el Clin iiiil In l!assant liull dam 1,'escda .V.'n-'ii , lie by Ma rino IITIn I'nil. I'.im Mlcnoutie I.IIT.I . he In lli.xiiiU lloT'il, .Int. Dam I' l iiiiaiiile . Dsn: he hv Clad- lator IsT'M Id,. Dam Pauline, i l.'ib. This is one of the best lloises In the slate, and you will make in mistake If you bleed In him Sampson and Black Chief, No. IV-'.-.K No. 2.J.-i'.l P f..l I ii'i'i:iiM'i(i : Culms, hlack. with while iiiuls. S.iiupson was foaled Anirnsl -Jo. Ilin'i. '.mil Hlack Chief was foaled Aucusl III, Hum. She, New .oiu on i hlef; Dam. Heat tie No. i: and :i. Hied by Mr. S. H. CI, of South St. Joseph, Mo. This splendid Stallion and Jacks will make the season of HU.'I, at my olace. :i miles northwest of Forbes. and a half mile southeast of Culf school bouse. I liold a Cerllllcato fiom Craliaiu's Solent lite Hreedlng Scliool, of Kansas Cltv. and have uasscd the reiitilred examinations In Sclenlillc Hreedlui;. Should anything bu wrong Willi your mares, I will know it, and will know Just what to do to ovetcoinu the trouble, thus luourliig your mares to produce good colts. With mares without colls by their side, I will take particular pains with them, breeding them by the "Capsule Svstem." Those who desliu to breed their mares by tills system, should bring them in Tuesdays and Fridays of each week, between the hours of three and four o'clock In thu after noon. TiutMrt a nii CoMimo.ss: Mo to In sure living colt by the Stallion, Olos eur, and l2.ro to insure living colts by thu Jacks, Sampson and Hlack Chief. If bred with the capsule sys tem, ! will be charged for service of Jacks. If maru is disposed of or removed from thu county, Insurance money is forfeited and money be comes due. Mare and colt will be held for survlcu fees. Care taken to avoid accidents, hut will not be re sponsible should any occur. I'edlgree3 of tills llorsu and Jacks can be seen at barn. IIOTIl PHONES. JOHN F. FOSTER.