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Death o( Aia Sharp.
Union township and Holt county t large, loses one of Its sterling cit izens in the death of Asa Miarp, which occurred at Kansas City, Sat urday last, .lamiary I', UM4, at llic age of 70 J can, t) months and ;i da), and In Ills passing, one of the very few of the children born In the coun ty In the tarly 40' goes lo his reward. Ills father was a native of llraeketi county, Kentucky, and tho two Sharp's W, A. and Ahraham. (Mine to Holt county and located In I nlon township In the fall of lll. and tho following year came .lohn Win1, .la cob Hrngh and uthcr fainlUc The settlement was given the name nt "Sharp's Move." cm April I. M.I, the deceased was horn, and timing all these year, Asa Sharp lw abided In that section, living a life that brought to hliu the esteem and high est regard of his neighbors and fellow citl.ens, and profesed faith In Christ at the hopllal, licforu the tlnal summons came. On March 27, I'm, he was united In marriage to Miss Kinelluc Taylor, whose parents wero also among the early settlors uf that section. There were sl children Iwrn to this union live suns and one daughter, four of these having preceded him to the ureal beyond, lie Is survived by Ids aged wife and two sons, Wm. M. and 1 Flit . both of Craig. Also a brother, Arch, of Craig; and by three sIMcrs, Mrs. K. A. Meek, of Oralgs Mrs, Kit lie Stevenson, or Liberty. Mo., and Mrs. Ollle Woxl.ird, of Turtle) . Mo. Shortly after the coining on of the Civil War, Mr Sharp cast his lot with tho Southern caus,-. and served a short time in the Confederate army. Ills Illness cool limed for a nurnlcr of years, although at times toileting Intensely, hi! hore Ills sutlerlng with out complaining, anil was ever as cheerful as one could possibly be throughout his long Illness, The h'xly wa brought to his home, and the funeral services were bcld from thu Sharp's drove church. m Monday, liith Instant, ami were con ducted h Ituv llrewstcr, of thu Craig I'resbyterl.iu church, the Inter inent being In the cemetery there Death of A. J. Dooley. Andrew .1. Dooley, at one time a business man of iregon, and prom inent In church work, died at Three llrothers. Ark., November T. It'll, at tlie age of To years. Tlie ludy was taken to the home uf his daughter, Mm. W. A. Springer, at West Plains. mo., where tin- luueral was iielil and Interment made. Mr. lioolcy will he leiuemliertil by our older residents, luvlnc h.-rii In the lumber hushiessheru In the latter "O's, and was an active member of the Christian church, taking an ail he urt In the building uf that church In 187". Judge O'Fallnii, of this city, Is a nephew, anil Mr. Dooley was a lieu tenant In a Minnesota regiment dur ing tlie civil war. I licit- was no bet ter clllen than"! alher Djlev,"iiiid we eileiid sincere sympathy to the bereaved ones, A Women's Meeting. There will lie a ureal imiss ineelhiL- for mothers, wives and daughters, to- nay, r-rmay, .lan. '.'.I, In tlie M. K. church, at three o'clock livery wo man and girl In llieentlieonoiiniiiiltv Is urged In lie present. The niei-ilim will bu In charge nl Dr Armstrong anil ins singer. .Mr. I roe There was the ure.ilest ileiimustra Hon of (IihI's Splilt at tin-services mi vYeuncsiiay nigiii in any in tlie pre ceding services, Dr. Armstrong ureaclied a nowerful seiuion of "A Dellnlto Purpose In I, He." and al I lie close he uudsan appeal foi Iheyoung people in iiiecnnri'ii to gamer aii.iui thu Altar of Consecration, and there dedicate their lives to u dHlnltn and high purpose In life, and almost everv young ierson In the audience, under thirty years old, more than a hundred of thum, came forward and decided Ui live lor Hod. It was an Inspiring scene. i nr. r.vsTiiu. Christian Church Notes. We had the largest attendance hi Sunday school last Sunday lhal wu have had during the vear. We hope to grow steadily, until each member of the church Is an ardent worker In tlie Sunday school. Our lessons lor this year are In lite New Testament, and will aid us greatly In making a careful study of that part of the III hie. Wo urge the older members of the church to come and take, pari In the Sunday school work, and help to Instruct, tho boys and girls In the way or tue i.orn. Sunday school next Sunday morn Inir at 11:43 o'clock. Preaching at II o'clock. Subject: "Como and See." l'reachlng In tjie livening at 7:.'lfl o'clock. Subject: "The Young Man's Choice. ' All mailt) welcome. ll.ll.D Live Stock Notes. fmiii HI. .lusi'pli l.lie siih'I, .limriml, A car load of swine was sent In from Holt. county, Mo, January I,',, by the following consignors; l f ttrlfflth. U. 0. Sinllh, A. U. Welirll, Frank llroker anil II. t. Ileck. The following shipments of live slock were sunt. In hv stockmen of Holt county, Mo., and placed on Fri day's market. January in: vv. m. Kneale sent In a four-car shipment of cattle; It. 1. Itnss, A. .1. I.anks ti Co., K. Karns anil Henry funruuii each i-nnsltrned a car load of lions, while .1. W. Patterson forwarded a car load of mixed stock irom that, section, The following consignors were list ed among the showing of stock com ing In from uoit county, mo,. satur dav. 17th: 1' D, Idekur. II. II. Law rence, .1. . Weller, W. A. S. Dorr audi'. K. Noland. Kacli forwarded a car load of hog. It was our very great, pleasure to meet .1. M. Itlley, of Muskogeo, ()kla on Wednesil.iv of this weak, who was here as Ihn guest of our fellow-townsman, Kdwln A. Welty. Mr. Itlley Is of Cherokee blood, and i orailuateof Yale, of the class of 1004. Since he left old Yale he has had many thrilling experiences by reason of his connection with the United States Marshal's office of that district, and also an attache of the federal court. We found Mm a most. gracaiue ireuuoiunu. Farm Bargains I .'174 iiiTcc. well im provi'il nt '.M.'l". J JIO-iiitc line farm in MiriHoiiri bottom. 'i' lUTt'. :i li'.o aiTcf. 1 1 mill of Oivuoti. Kxci'lli'iit I'aiin. 17-"i per tu-tv. I '.III tllMV.4 t !is ,,. iU'lV. ." Jim aTi's nt $I.MI -r IUTC. i l'.MIIIlTi'S at "."i "i' IllMV. lOOd CilHll will lintiilli' it. 7 MIlll'IVS. illllll'.-H'.'lM. (it'll"!' !?t,ll ll't" IHTC. Ill I I'd I IllTl'H. H7lHTl'K ill .Missouri bottom. Iial hiii'i in hilN. S't us lor inii'f. II l:ti in'r. $li'7. V' liavi- other fni'iu-i. Call ami m'i us ami wu will uivi- you full ilcsi'i iii Hon of thi'in. Al-o city iioM'ity. Voiirs l'oi-Miiaii' ilea I int.'. Greene, Hibbard & Greene ( Hlici' ovi'i1 KoockV Mutual I'lioin- ."7 nlMXiON. .Mn.1 " Personally Conducted" Excursions to California Aro you KoinertoCal- ifornia? Do you want to be extra comfort able on the trip at no extra cost? Would you like to have a first rate, good natured, thoroughly competent and well in- lormed conductor go all the way through on the trip with you. a man who is especially selected, and paid by our Railroad Company to iook atter your com iortP Such ii mini KocH HiioiikIi with each of our "INtrsoutilly Conducted "partiiw. We men Htiticiitlly Htttid for till work. Men who am courtu oiiH and kind, wlio havii nuulti tin) trip many timcn and un dorstaud thu art of making dkduIh coinlortablH. .hint call or write and let nic tell you nil alvouttlie Per Boually (otitlucted, low fare fiarties to California, that Hive heltxid to make tlie ''HurliiiKtou Koiite" service famous. .1. 'I'. HirmiiiKliam, Ticket AKcnt. HurlitiKton Route, Forest City, Mo. Napier and Vicinity. Mr. Itlce took dinner with .1. .1 Drown. Sunday. -Frank Noland and family visited Sunday In N'aolur. lou Morgan and (!.('. Ilronu at tended tho I'ltniaurlcc sale near l orest taty, Tliursday. -Oood alfalfa seed, clean anil hrluht. for sale. Call Independent I'lioue, V.. C. Hrown, Mound City, t.w tier imsia'i, .Our teacher. Itobert Cottier, re celved his teacher's desk Friday of last weex, which lie bougni witu pro. feeds of his box supper. Nkmu, Mr. A. K. Mclntyre, of St, Jo- sepn, came up ounaay u visit, noroe folks, retumlnir Tuesdsv. accomDin led by little Raymond Mclntyre, who nas oeen at uranoma s, a isw weeas. Becomes a Benedict. Albert W. Cotton, one of our active young business men, packed his suit case, last week, and hied away to Colorado; he told some of his more Intimate friends, that he was on pleasure bent. Now the news- reaches us that on Tuesday of this week, January LM, lull, that he became a benedict, by leading to Hymen's Al tar, In Denver, Colo., Miss Sadie (iiilnu, of I'.iwneu Cltv. Neb. Im mediately alter the Ceremony, the couple lei! tor l.ovel.ind, Colo., for a visit with the gro 's ster, Mr. William Curtis, and we expect to s,, them In our little city In a short time. The gr..om Is one of the most pop ular young men of our city, and is active In ur real estate circles, and his legion of friends, wlilch Includes everjbJd.v . Irom the young urchin to tlie old ami grav haired, will cer tainly Join In an unanimous chorus of welcome to him, and will wish him and Ids (air litlde a long, sweet lite. May .von Uitli "live long and prosper. Obituary, Sylvia lieglna Keck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,un Keck, washout August u. '.i:l. near Mound City, Mo. I Hed. January l'. I'D I. at the liome of its Lr.iiid-iureiit. near Na pier. Mo . aged months .mil .1 davs. t .....i...... ....... i... I IIU Mlll-'lill -,I,HS II, 'Ml ,l Itcv. II. II. SiitallwiHMl. p.isior of the Southern Methodist chiircli, of I or es! Cltv lltirl.il at the llovil eemeri . east of' Napier. S. The funeral services f llriiest Owen Martin, aged time months, were conducted at the home of Ids grand-parents, Mr. and Mr- Waddle, of I'orest Ci). Mo., iec , I'.il.l, by ltev.ll It SmatlwiHsl. pastor of the Meth'xllst church. I'oresi City Un rial .it I'oresl Clly cemelerv. Th fainl.v wen- visiting wllh Sir and Mis. Waddle when the child look sick and died s,Kiti afterward. They returned to t' elr home In Ctarluda, Iowa, saddened by I In- death of their Utile darling, who came bete to spend the holld.ivs. visiting relatives with them Hope Bleached Muslin, 9c Whin- .'i aids last von can buy tills lllgb-tlraile Muslin at this price. Milil.K ,V IIASM'..s. I'orest City. Mr. l awks was a business visitor InSt. Joseph, one da.v, last week. I'ncleNIck Leach has liecn unite sick, this week, hut Is slowly Impiov Ing again. Mr. and Mrs. ClatitShallter weieln the cltv. Sunday, guests of relatives and fi lends. Mrs, Ctawfonl and Mls Lulu were guests of Mr. and Mis, Albert hollmer. .siimiay. Mrs W. II. Melinite and Mrs. John McMulleii were In St. Joseph, rrnijy oi last week. Mrs. Harrle Walker, of near Ore gon, was Ihn guest of Mrs. . I,. rearsou, Monday evening. Ivan le vault, of Iowa, hasheeti visiting his nareiits. Mr. and Mrs Cad Hevaull, the past week, Herbert lurke has ret ill lied to Ids home, alter a pleasant visit with his sister, Mrs. II. V. Tiirney. Mis. Allierl Wa ker went to St. Joseph, I rlday. to see her sister, win) issiek in Hie i.nsworiii iiospnai. Miss Marv Wallacu vlslietl rela tives here several dajs, last week, re turning In her homo In Nebraska. Wcilnesiiay evening. Mrs, M. .1. Lease has been on 'In sick list the past week, hut Is Im proving at tins w ruing, ami iierin.iny Irlends hope to see her out soon. Illll Tom Noland. from the Soi dlers' IIuiiiii hi Leavenworth. Iv'as . Is visiting bis mother, Mrs, I'rcslcy Nolanil, ami oilier iclatlves this week. I. ,. Lease, accompanied hv his imithet and sister, Mrs. Kinder, spent Wednesilav of last week In thu Khu- sey nelghlKirhooil, guests of Austin Lease ami lamiiy. - Mrs. Shlsler. of Slanberry, and Mrs. Terry l.ads, or l.ossen. went eai en lu uie iiuuie ui i'u vvuiiul-i:, by the alarming Illness of their fa ther. Mr. I'll er. who Is still dancer- ously III, and but little hopes aro en tertained for his recovery at this writing. Thu etitlru community Is wra until In a cloud of grief over ihu death of Mrs. Nate McGnlre, which occurred at the St. Joseph hospital, Tuesday, January 'M, liM. Thu remains wen brought hoine Tuesday evening. Fu neral services were held at thu Meth odist chinch, Thursday, at II a, ui, Obituary next week. IIi'tii, The New Clothing Store at Oregon mic Home of Hart Schaf fiicr & Mar;' vs Clolbw J-t- From Saturday, Jan. 24 to Saturday, Jan. 31, inclusive Any $18.50 or $20 Overcoat for $11.50 I CD msibsb m CO CTD J CTD Shoo crriicvi ii.it Miiiw k M,n 20 per cent Discount on PANTS DAWSON:CAMPBE CLOTH ING i i HOIKS I' CI IV M. K. I'llllllCII Mll'l'.s, The revival meeting Is still in pro gress, and Is growing in Interest each night. The day meetings were held each day last week at 'J o'clock, ex cept Saturday, These meetings are proving to ue a power in in meet ings, and are very prolltahlu and Inspiring. We are going to com hum the day meetings all next week, and probably as long as the revival goes on. Wu had a largo attendance at Sun nay school, a largo congregation was uresenl at thu II -o'clock hour. Thu pastor preached on the subject, of "ilio rroiiigai s rather," having nreached Saturday cvenlm; on thu llrst part of the parable taking up j no ramers I'roiiigai, Thu men's meeting at 2::in Sunday afternoon was ralrly well attended, hut there was plenty room for more, and wo would (Iked to have had moru present. Thuru was onu conversion at this meeting, onu voumr man came forward when the altar service was held at me close of the meeting, and knelt down with tho Christian men around thu altar and gave his heart to the Saviour. It was an impressive bigot to see inose oig strong men como forward and take him bv the hand and wish him God-speed. There m b b o mm an'a maAtlnr t Is a m a hour at the Ilaptlst church, who met for the purpose of praying for the St. Joseph's First Annual Automobile Show Will Be Held In St. Joseph's Beautiful Auditorium February 4-5-6-7. Admission 25c The Greatest Auto Show Ever Held in the Middle West. OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS IN AUTOMOBILES WILL BE REPRESENTED conversion of husbands, fathers, sons and brothers at thu men's meetings. Thu pastor preached at thu men's meeting on the subject. "A Kusy Man That Was Saved," taking the inci dent In the lllth chapter of Luku, where adieus was called from thu tree to bu tho host of thu Saviour, the result being thu conversion of thu man. Thu church house at 'I'M was well tilled, every seat was taken, and all seemed to enjoy the services thor oughly. The orchestra was present to furnish music, which added much to tho song service. Wo weru able to furnish seats for a larger number than was present Sunday before last, there being iil present on that liven ing, whllu last Sunday theru weru L'tu present, Thu pastor preached on thu last division of the parable of thu "Prodigal Son," which was that of "The Klder llrothcr." Tho Women's Missionary Society met last. Friday ofternoon at Mrs. Ill ley Turnuy's residence. Thcv will meet at the same placu next Friday afternoon. Thero will he another men's meet ing next Sunday afturnoon at '2:'M the women will also meet again at the Ilaptlst church at the same hour. Tins I'ABTOIt. Elsie Huffman, aged about nine Sean, living near Forbes, died Tues aj night, January 20, from typhoid pneumonia. IT IS NOT SO MUCH WHAT YOU MAKE BUT WHAT YOU SAVE By buying your Groceries of us you will save. Bring your produce this week and buy your Groceries cheaper. G. T.. METCALF & CO., "THE STORE THAT SELLS CHEAPER." FORBES, MO. -Stove Wood for sale. I T. 0. ZELLKU, The Auctioneer, Wis Mabxt. j Oregon, Mo. Prices reasonable.