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How They're Running $975.00 1914, Six Passenger, 38 H. P. The Beautiful Riles of Decoration Day Will Be Observed in Oregon. mil w rttK $975- .... y V-'arjs. 38 15 It Is not 1 he evanescent fancy of some .niloinoltllc novice, but the scientific creation of experts of the highest type. 115-inch Wheel Base: Left Hand Drive. Goodyear Demountable Dims: Lonjj, Easy iiidlny, Flexible Spring Construction. CONDENSED SPECIFICATIONS: A. V. Mason's latest designed lull wonderful four cylinder motor with enclosed valves guaranteed to die volop !)S liornts power. DnallKiiltloii including Hrlggsguaraiiteed magneto with kick switch, coil and locking device. Largo Mercedes type radiator. Combination gear pump and splash system of lubrication. Latest improved center control system. Ijtrgosteeringeolumn with lvincli steering wheel. Fifteen and one-half inch leather faced coneclutcli with 8 adjnstablu pick up springs. Hear tire irons and extra demountable rim. tixcclleut painting finish and luxuriously uphol stered . .'t.'lxltj inch wheels and Goodyear tires regular, or option of ;Wx4 inch oversize tires at actual difference in cost. .Selective sliding gear transniissioii with three speeds forward and reverse. Three iiarter Moating rear axle. Double internal expanding brakes and 14 inch brake drums. Auxiliary seats to fold back of and under front seat. Guaranteed until the car goes to the scrap pile. Demonstration car can be seen at my store. Will take you out for a demonstration at any time. G. W. LENTZ, Agent NEW POINT, RIO. International Motor Trucks TklHCLht UAIH ADD HAT "coin MAcana 11 1 AM C cShttAL UM1 Mi I ncMn Cmi il ! wliii USE International motor trucks to handle your produce and for your light hauling and note the decrease in your hauling and delivery expense. Mote also the increase in profit due to the saving in the time on the road. No wonder so many up-to-date business men are buying Inter national motor trucks. International motor truck) coit comparatively little to buy and lea toaa liones and waconi to keep. ineir solid lire cut down lira irouDiea, ana ins wheels are hlih nnoueh ta iniurfi sooil traction. The motor ia aimpla and baa plenty of power tor emergencies. The brakea are Bate on any bill. The ignition ayttem ia of tbe best. On lever control! the car. Springe are atrong and resilient. Tbe International ia built to aave you money. Let ua abow you ail that an International motor truck will do (or you. Drop a card today tor cata logues and lull information to tbe M International Harretter Coapuiy of America 1 lattaisariuaj St Joseph Mo. Ckfelea Dart McCtraick WnA Mane Usee m T. L. PRICE, Agent, Oregon, Mo. --xm.T Allcntlon, Comrade. ' .i I, r.i. r-li il.. .NhiUiii- i t li . .it i,. ill lii'iit.tiiiti,'r-) nf tl.r Hi' 'i.i .tiln Iii'imiii..'. mi urliili'i 'Hi I l " WtnVlltiit tliltr-W. Ilf llrt' Ctlll t J. 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M v. in., mi May in. ilny will iiiii mlili' ill llii'C'iuil Vunl l'tU mill iiiil In a lly In llit I'rt-livtt rlaii I'luin li, ttlirriMlii' iiiinuiil uil.lti Hill In' ili 11m inl hy tin linn. II. T. All.ll'. Tin follimlnit luilltn iii-i tuimMiil li it't lllltHIOIllllltfll Mt'lltt till llill tltl llif . m r I'. S. I!mli'k,iui lln motnlnniif Mny W. at ttu't'liN'k, iiihI to ainiiitr I lu lu In viltu- lili fortn fiiriliiitriillnii p jrtit'.i Miitilunn' i'Imh. Kiaa'lt.Tiiiii Curry, lliti.St'i'iiiiiii I'. I- Miirkliuiil, It. II. Ii.'f.ou, Muin'it I ryt. !- in llin li Will Murki, Curl 'i'ir. Win. Ttiriiliiiini Mlittir.t I'ryt. Ilnrtiii.i linn itmi, llniinli Ori'tiH. Mury llmiilli ti Mr. Jut. IIiiiiMiiiiii, Mr. Illlt'y lliiliill. Mr. liny Ciiiiiiiiliia. All Mrwiii Imvliiir llnMfhi In tiiuiri itn it" iIH'll'il Iiim'IhI tlil'lll 111 lilt liftli'l nf I. H. Ilinlia-k nut InliT limn Vii in. Muy.Ti', (inlit-rtif tin (lay (VmuhtwIII iimkt lilili- lull fur iiilur licar.'r for ill l"t . fur tin I'lKllMI ttlllt Mill lllll In hi in ttllli iiilim fuihil. 1'iniirailti.laiiili Klnit li axlciiiiltullii'iliity nf tiiitrklniriill uriivtiif ilii'i-uwil itiiuriiilr mill wltauf iiiiiiruil,i. II. I'. IMIIIYNH, IIKO. W. I.'I'MMIN'', Ailjutmit, Cuiniiiaiiilrr. W. A. S. Dcrr, of Oregon, and Hen I'ierce and A. W. Lawrence, of Craig) had stock on the St. Joseph market, Monday, of this week. Henry Baker Young, of Mound City, was here a day or two lastweek, visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Bragg. He brought his mother, Mrs. George Young, along with him, be cause he didn't want to come without hr. Will Carroll, rural mall carrier on route 3, had a runaway Thursday, of last week. lie had driven his team to the water tank, and some of tl'ie team's clothes got disconnected in some way, and they started down Washington street, at (Treat ipeea uDeettlnir the rlir. and aollllnir Wll out. They ware atODMd at the deoot and strange to say no serious damage was none. Presbyterinn Church Notes. Tliu otikurvani't! of "MoIIilt'h I lav." Sunday nlnht, provvtl a moM, Inter, uitliik' service and hruiiirhl uut alamu crowd. The mjIos hy Mls Klvanur Kiinkel ami MIi-h Vi lams anil dnut liy the Misses Orace Mcliuiiulil ami KtliL'l Grt'eiie ueru all lint1, as was also an aiitliein hy the choir. Prof. 1'imvll nalil a loving tribute to ".Mother'' In a few well chosen words, closing with a beautiful Utile poem of Ills own composition to "lutl. ' A short talk hy the pastor was followeil tiy inu closing milliner ni inu pro gram. Mrs. (iertruilo lllnilus sold. ".MiKlu with .iie," illustrated wttii heaulifiil pictures. Mrs. Hindu sang In lier usual sulendld sttlu anil I lie elTect of the iniislf, and pictures to getiiur was very iiupressuu inneeii Ml,- !,.. n I...I (1... 11. l. lint. 9'. i. nun, ivuib irii iiiu jiii i1 tan Kntleavor Intel Int'. Miss I'aullnu '.eller. who has heeii a most elllclent ami fallliful president, ottered lier resiunaiion. w n c n was accenteu. aim the society showed their appreciation of her services as president by a ris ing vote. The subject for next Sun lav: "What Is a Christian Lifer" .tas. iiiii'.'j, i-eatier: .hiss naei rat terson. Children's Dar will be observed by the Sunday t-cliool the second Suinlay In June. f he renuiar services as usual next Kunuay. wiin preacning uy me pas' tor. Iioili mornlnir and uvenlnir. l'raver meetlnir to-nluht (Thursday) at eigia o ciock. x. a. ULAtiKTr, t'asior. Christian Church Notes. Our Mother's Day service was post' uoneu last sunuay on account 01 my absence from the city. Hut the fol lowing program will be given next sunn ay evening, nay mil, in iiouor Ol me inouierti Music, Forest City orchestra. Duet, Marie and Blanche Ilodgln. Scripture reading. Song, by choir and orchestra. l'rayer. Duet, Marlon and Tlielma Brooks. Male tiuartette. Brooks brothers. l'aper, "Mother's Day," Mable HUSH. Solo, Terry Brooks. Sermon, "Mother's Value." Sonir. bv choir and orchestra. Preaching at Union next Sunday morning. 11. it. uawson, rasior, Fires Needed. Monday, May 11th, the temperature reached B- degrees, when evening came It had gotten down to the 40's and Tuesday morning It was :io de grees, a droo of 43 deirrees In about 14 hours. It looks as If we were going to have a cold May, similar to that or luiu.wnen tne mean lor t lie monui was seven degrees below the normal. There was reason for this sudden change. Up north there was a snow, storm, while in other sections hard rains fell. As the storm made Its way south It turned Into rain and along the southern boundary of Iowa and the northern stretches of Mis souri, wind and hall held the fort. Bain tell nearly every place worth mentioning, with the exception of win immediate lection ia Standing of the 25 leading contestants in our $ 100 Piano Contest: Nit. ii.i., l.'l. . -M.. 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Sl'lltilll'l till' illl'll'ilKl! of our I'tlpitlll r-toitk from ijUfiO, III Ml. 00 to il.'iil.llDil.llO, whinli fiinlilcs iih inoiv fully to ini'i't tlni rapidly Ki'owiiiKflttinniiilH that art) liitiiiK iniiilo iiiou us hy tlu kooiI ifOilo of tliu tturitory triliutary to St. .loHt'iih, covering a t'oiiriidnraliht portion of font' Ktt'at utatt'H. Tho hiicci'sh, of which tills atitioiiiii'ttiiiout is tlio oitti'oiiif.coulil not liavo litMiu nttaiiicd without yoiiniHsistiiiicn, ami vn tako tliisopportuiiityltotliaiiU yoa for tint iniportaiit part you liavo htnl in hclpiiiK us to build this liusi ut'Hs up to its present enviable proportion. This iticri'iisu of our capital stock wives us greater buying power in tint opou markots of tliu world, and its intluenco will lit) felt in lamer stotsks, l)igKr and btitttir assortments, greater values, better service, and improved facilities along every line. Our familiar slogan, "First of All Reliability, " will continue to be our policy, first, last, and all the time, and our aim shall be to be thoroughly representative of and a credit to St.Joseph, "The City Worth While." It has been claimed, and we believe truly, that "St. Joseph is the lowest priced retail market in the west," and we think that without departing from our uhiiiiI modesty, that we can lay claim to a liberal share of the credit for our city's reputation along that line. In our reorganization we have made a change in our firm name without, however, removing the old familiar landmarks, Our new name is Townsend, Wyatt & Wall Dry Goods Company, with. John Townsend president, Thomas K. Wall vice president, ti. J. Townsend secretary and treasurer, and K. P. Johnson assistant general manager. These familiar faces will continue to welcome you as heretofore, and our well known force of courteous and ac commodating salespeople will be in readiness to serve you with their usual affability and promptness. Again thanking you for past favors, and hoping to merit a continuance of the same in the future, we remain, Yours very truly. TOWNStiNI), WYATT & WALL I). G. CO. St. Joseph, Mo. Abe Goodpasture, of Maltland. gave us a very enjoyable call Monday, coming down on probate business. lie was accompanied by James and Ilert Sliull, Abe drove down In his car, of course. D. Showalter, J. M. Collins, Char ley Chlldera, J. T. Owens, W. A. S. Derr, L. L. Landreth, J. Q. Waller, Joseph Fries, W. O. Andes and Char ley Roland ware on the St. Joseph market last week, with stock some had hogs, and some had cattle. You'll never know what shoe com fort means until you are fitted with a pair of "Those Keith KonnuerorShoes for Men." (3.S0, (4.00, (4.50 and 15.00. DAWBON'CAMruKi.i Clotiiinq Co. Undo George Weber Is Improving enough so that he was able to take a short auto ride and to visit the For est Park on Tuesday of this week. The many friends of Uncle George will be pleased to know that he Is getting so much better. Forest City ftewslfey 8. Mr. and Mrs. John Hare, of G las cow, Kas., and Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Conn, of Delphus, Kan., who have been visiting in New Point, Forest City and Oregon, the paat week, re turned to their homes on Monday last. They made the trip here In Mr. Conn's fine Overland auto, comlnr212 miles, from Glascow, Km., to Holt county, In one day. While here they visited with Mrs. Bate's slater, Mrs. George Meyer, and family. They re turned home by the auto route.