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$975.00 1914, Six Passenger, 38 H. P. It Is not the evanescent fancy of some automobile novice, but the scientific creation of experts of the highest type. Il5.lnch Wheel Base: Left Hand Drive. Goodyear Demountable Rims: Long, Easy Riding, Flexible Spring Construction. 4 Republican Township Meetings. The llcpubllcans of Holt county are called to meet In tlielr respective townships, on Saturday, May in, at o clock p. in., to select delegates to a rnmilvcoiiventlon. to be liclilat I or est City, on Monday, May 18, which w III select ' delegates to tlielr state con vent Ion, willed meets in St. Louis, Wpfinpsituv. Miv 1:7. We trust t lie lleuubllcaiis of t lie I enn nt i- Hill hear the call ot the lie' imlillcaii eoiintv central committee. and attend their township meeting anil select full delegations to I tie cumil v riitiirntlon. The iionrcaiisioraiiigiiorueroi pa trlotlsm. for elf restraint, for sober Judgment. Men must liathor no pet ty Jealoules and nurse no resent' mcnt. They must bur) bojmid reach nf tin. 1 1 m 1 1 1 nf rrviir iri'i Inn the I memory of past illlTereiices ami taiiil ti'ift'tht-r In a couiimin cause. Tarty I unity l dlciati'd hv a sfine of coin- mi i n pruili'tu'i', and all of tho-e who iuilnv, in Hi,, ili.il in'ivsltv hi re storing propvrii to the coiiutry ami ni insuring us ruiiiniiiaiire in iiiiir-i uiMasiiru. inn! lm iK'lli'Vu tli.it till" can he aiV'i'nplMml h.v once more mitt iil' Into t Hi ct licptiliilrau imit- cles should stand shoulder tu shuiii- il,r. llet n Miii1. hoys; attend jour town- hln meet Inns, and selift a M long I repfesviitallvc vet of delegates. CONDENSED SPECIFICATIONS: A. C. MnsnuV latest litwiKiifd 111 14 wniiiliiifiil four cylinder motor with ;iu:lost;rl vnlvi-s Kitaiaiiteinl Unite velop ilS hornt! power. Dunl ignition including lriiwfritnrniittM!i iwiKU'itn with kick twitch, coil anil locking dvin. Large Morccdcf type radiator. Combination gear pump ami Hplanh HyntiMii of lubrli'ntloii. Lntoot improved renter control Hyntem. Large ritccritig column with 1 S - Inch Htccrlng wlieel. Fifteen and one-half incli lentlier faced coin-clutch with 8 adjustable pick up upringH. Hear tire irons and extra demountable rim. Excellent painting finish and luxuriously uphol stered . :t:ix!ll inch wheels and Goodyear tires regular, or option of :t:tx4 inch oversize tires at actual dilfereiicu in cost. Selective sliding gear transmission with three speeds forward and reverse. Three quarter Heating rear nxle. Double internal expanding brakes ami 14 inch brake drums. Auxiliary seats to fold back of ami under fiont seat. Guaranteed until the ear goes to the scrap pile. Demonstration ear can In seen at my store, take you out for a demonstration at any time. Will G. W. LENTZ, Agent NEW POINT, MO. International Motor Trucks Hoe Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx g Clothes j E T AST fall we handled nearly our J- entire fruit crop with an Inter national Motor Truck, the truck readily doinir as much as two teams. For a period of nearly three monthi the truck was on the road six days a week, averaging about forty miles a day orer all klodiof roads. It'appears to beia as good shape now as the day we brought jt borne. The machine ii a money maker aa well as a Urns saver for us. GARLOCK FRUIT FARM CO., Grimes, Iowa." Use anlnternational Motor Truck, and handle your produce much more economically and profitably. The solid tires cut down tire troubles. The motor Is simple. The truck is easy to operate one lever controls the car. You can have any style ot body express stake panel; the oue that best salts your "'our International truck catalogue Is full of facts that may mean money to you later. Drop us a card and let us send you Information. International Harvester Copanyf America lucifniMj St Joseph Mo. pica Dmbg HcCmlck tUvaalt. OiIum FUae TklHCLiM CUM AND HUT rUcim. tUvm Uk. iuikxa KtUiStn COSN MACHWU i, rKt, , CaMraim , Cm TIllM OluSCubitM WIniwi nut craw Mfarawra firm Wtf M hmlM ColaDr MCiUm KiiltbMtn K&rTilM PRICE, Agent, Oregon, Mo. Mrs. Mattlo Dunham, of Mound City, left Thursday for St. Helena, California, for an extended stay with her mother, Mrn. l'hoebe Hatch, who formerly resided near Forest City, and I Is now nearlug Iter OOth birthday. Mrs. Dunham was accompanied as fir as St. Joseph by her son. Ld A. Dunham, our circuit clerk. She w 1 also visit her brothers, George, Wil liam and Joseph Dlsher, who also he In that section of the country. Women's Union Parly. On V, iliiesiiav eveiihu.-. Anrll 2!. Hit; Women' t"n tori was entertained I by the following hisW.ses; .Mesilnuies Albert Seeinan. I'rank 1'oster. K .1. owell. K i, riillllp. Marry Kreek. .1. (!. W illmer. Lewis Moure. Hubert Holey. T. U. Dungaii, and Miss Lois Itlciiards. As the guest entered, the hostesses in a receiving lint1. (Irrs-cil In Mart ia Was i lie oil MV e. Willi cap. 'Kerrincf, ami powiiereu nair, welcomed muni wmi a neiuiiru uigni iv unriliv nf iIiii rvil Martha Wash. Inuiiiii. 'Much uueslrenresented some I tree, mi the II rst part ot the ewtiliiK waiMieiit In i!Uelni( lliese. .irs. Cora llnrni'ss received the prle. a beautiful rnl-potted Keranliiin, Next hit! canliioaril leaves witn a poem on them were passed around witn pace to be lllleil out with tiatno ot trees. Mrs. Ilrlihivman won this orle. a I bsiuiuet of pink carnations. I lien I came one of the best features of the mvhiiIiii. a ilalntv liitichuun. I.vtrvl one there said that they had the best lime ever. From the Islands. KnmiiiM Skntinki.: Mrs, Foley re ceived a letter from her daughter. J est a, who Is now at an .man ami 'nrlo il co. ami likes it much nelter than In Cuba. Sajs Its more like the states. I-rum i.uua iney went 10 Santlairo. Doinliiifo. but only staled two weeks. as II was about time for the revolution lo start mere. 1 lie I liv I iff ore thev li'IL thev took about Jon men ifown to the boat and sent them tu the llk'htlntf Kruutnl. Some of them illiln l nave shoes to wear ur enoiik! i lo eat. but they had tn l'ii and leave their families In like I circumstances. One night a bunch of toiuik.' kih came over iroin anutner town (usee the show, and Just asthey to to the Hour, iney were uriiiin"!. as It were, ny ine puiici-auu iiiuk iiiuiii to Jail, .lestasavs she was scared all the time they were there, liul where thev are iiua It. Is more saft, Shu said It was hut there, ami she Miuuic- sick ami win soon no un tii' ir wuy ho.neuarii luumi. m'ii-ciiiiii;ii. Obituary. S:ir:ih l.cvlna French was horn In Jackson county, Itnllan.i, Seiuuinber l is.vi. ami i en ui ner iiiimit in ' re trim. Ma v I. lu i. aeni isi i:ars. eik-in moiillis. nun iit'i'.uin' i hit in: ui James t'arroll. Auuusi z:, !. :n Stilesvllle. luua. In s, she uUh husliaml came tu Hull county, where sliii lived till ile.ith cillid her Inline 'l'n this union e children were horn two Iiovh and Ihreit ulrls Mrs. (ieo. CummiuKs, of Forest Cliy, and Mrs. l uster Crowe .anil William ami Filnard. of (Irct'iiM. these with tlm husband survive, the other child hav- I in. illiwl In liifaiu-v. ... ... e- Shu tin ted wiui me uirisiuti clnirrli In Im'.iI. aL the Star sc hoo huiisu In Davis county, iousi, iimier tliL nreachlnu' of Klder Hartley, ami ilurlm; these forty-seven years has ever been au active, eaious worker In her church, and laitiuui mi iieatu in miiiitiiiti to niihiianii ami mur enn iln.ii kIi l also survived bv nine L-randciniiiren, two nrouiers, navi i rri'iicn. ni mis ciiv, aim l,. . Freticli. of Ottuinwa. Iowa: one sit ter . Mrs. Tassett. of Weal lerlord. Okla., and a large circle of relatives and friends. She was an meal wite, a tender, lovlnu mother, and a splendid Christian woman. The follow lug little poem was round in her nibie Just a talk with Jesus, how II smnntlm the ruirueu road. How It seems to lift me upward, and make Hunt in v neavv load. When my heart with pain Is aching and mv eves with tears are dim, There Is nothing brings me comfort like just a taiK witn mm. I tell Illra I am weary, and my soul Innira for sweet rest. He answers: "Come weary one and lean iidoii mv breast." He blesses me abundantly and cheers mv falnthur heart. And wants me of His blessings sweet to always snare a pari. When dark the way and lonely, I raint along i no way With thorns that nr ck my weary feet t hat causes mo miicn dismay When groping In the shadows deep Unit, niaku mv nathwav dim. There Is nothing clears tho clouds away like just a talk witn mm Tho funeral services were held from the Christian church, where shu had worshipped so many jears mi Tuesday. Mav Mil. and wero coil' ducted by her pastor, ICIdur II. II. Dawson, tno uuriai ueing in uiu beautiful Man e urove cemetery l. Very man who fpavs $20 or more for his clothes should be a Hart Schaffner& Marx Suit wearer. Special sale, Satur day, of HartSchaffner & Marx Clothes. $30 and $27.50 Suits. .$23.25 $25.00 Suits $21.25 $22.50 " $19.25 $20.00 " $17.25 Buy the best, its true economy. YOU'LL never know real shoe comfort until you are fitted with a pair of "Those Keith KonquerorShoes For Men." A little more snap and style, a much better fit and a lot more wear and sat isfactionthat's what you get in "Those Keith KonquerorShoes For Men." $3.5044-00, $4-50, $5.00 A special showing Saturday. Dawson-Campbell Clothing Co. This store is the home of Wilson Bros.' Furnishing Goods Acknowledged lh One B.it Wf on Md The Old Reliable PETER SCHUTTLER Farm Wagon hns stood the test of time. For sixty nine years it lias renrcscntcd the almost In wagon perfection for slxtynlno years It has been built In Ihc same painstaking, oliM.islilonnl ways. Wagon troubles, wagon expenses are over with when you purchase the "Peter Schultlcr." The purchase price U the only price. Although the price may lie n little more than ynu would have to pay fur some other makes, the additional cost Is an investment not nn expense. The prnlut nn n 'Trier S Imille r Witnn" are no more, lhn the prnlll. on f heap 3crn, The mlilnl rit gim Inin mliltil mulily. mf It U Hill added quality lhat save, repair billa, avoid, break-down. redure aflerpiircfiaM exprntri. It will par yon to Invcitmate. Coma In and Imped the Scuutller ucloie buying. rousAixuv li Mill T I III il M I- 3VT- nVCA-ITIKT Assignee ol the J. B. Hinds Stock of Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Emerson's Full Line ot Implements. I will save you at least 25 per cent on Horse Collars. Come and see them. Will save you money on any kind of Harness you want. Have Buggies and Wagons that must be sold. Don't wait until all are gone. Come In and let me tell you about this sale. D. M. MARTIN Some Wills. Tho will of Amanda Shepherd, who died April at tho au'o of Ml years. mm, aim nii'ii I)r. .l.O. Whit mer has returned from St. I ,ou Is, where ho attended tlm nnntinl mpptlnir nf the SL&te Den. tal Association. He was accompanied Card ol Thanks. I... l.la il I ul,rt trrnfittv unlnvpfl flml trip, and says the lloctor wasn't very We wish to extend our slncerest much trouble. He was Just as good thanks to the friends and neihbors as he could be, but she had to wattli who were so kind to us durlnif the i.im Pinaelv to kflfin him from belni? s ckness and following the death of run over by the street cars, or auto- our wife and mother. Their kind-mobiles-there were so beastly many, ness Is appreciated beyond expression, tou know, down there. 1 ! uabholi. and ciiii-dbbn. - . wai exueuted .luna 2D, for nrobale May'-', lull. To her two lUuuhters. Mrs. Mary I! Mlntou ami .Sarah. i. Muivin, kiiu iieiiueatni - acres each, reserving a roadway for twenty years, lor ner roii, joiiii a. Shepherd, to whom she givesSD acres. All theso beiiuesls are life estates, and at their deaths to go to their heirs, share and share alike. The will of Jonas Whltmer. who died April 2'J, was executed April 21, mil, ana was wunesseu uy n, n. Wehrli and Robert E. Decker. It was tiled May 4. 1014, and names his wlte as executrix, ne ieve u ins property to Ills wife In feu slinpln, and at her death, ivhatuver property shu mav possess, the nunc to o m K, Vain'u K. Dillon and Nellie O. Dillon, In feo sliuplu, to share and sharu alike, as tluy liul made their homo with lr. and Mrs. Wliltmur slncuchllilliood. John K. Ja.kson, who died at his homo In Suni'.v Creek, near Mound City. April 2V made his will March 11. 1U14, and tie same was tiled May 2,1014. Ill wife, Gertie Jackson, Is made execrlx, to whom he leaves all his property. The Sentinel and Kansas City Weekly Star, one year, for only 11.60. Call at once. "The Stmlcbtiker In n (iunrnn- teed Cur!" Il has a full-Moating rear uxlu, Tlmpkln Hearings, extra deep upholstering, ami Uiu l anions wag tier Starter, (Tliu starter used on the lire trucks in the large city lire de nartments,) Thu l'lvu I'assenger at IU'iO.ixi, and the -teven-l'assenger at fl.Yi.'i.Oil, each completely euulpped, at 1). M. Martin's. The school board at their session Tuesday evening of thlsueelcemploycd l'rof. Guy Knsor, of King City, as su perintendent of our schools for the ensuing school year. Professor Ensor comes highly recommended, having Just finished his third year as super intendent of the schools at King City. and was offered, the position for the coming year ered the same position for the coming again, and also was off- school year at SUnberry.