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T"1WT-mTW1(yrrrn n J IFKQU WERE BORN IN MAY T7 YOU will gain success by tultivatlng the tpe cinl tnlcnts Hint lie within you regardless of others' ndvicc. You will Imvu n rc markahle memorv: will ho fearless, k i ml. sympathetic nnd n "good mixer." You will hnc , prcnt rntmeitv for leadership; will he ft facile writer and hrilliant speaker. You should marry only after exercising extreme eare, preferably n person horn In .In miary, September or October. You should wear moss neute or emerald ornaments. Yon will lie Jiappicst when clad in black or shades of red, yel low or brown. Great persons born In May: David Dmllcv Field, Alexander l'oie, Itichard (Irani White, Thomas Hood, Stephen (iirard, Queen Victoria, Itnlpli Waldo Hmerson, .lav (louhl, .lulin Ward Jluue, Louis Agassiz, Walt Whitman nnd D.inte. '4 3 1914 JU S . W 1914 MAY 1914 RW? I SU1V. MdN. TUE. WEP. THU. FRI. SAT I M I LIS S4 3 J4 1 16 Mk IT 1.8 19 20 21 22 2SML 2425262.72829JBS THE SENTINEL BY UUKVNS & CUItllY. Entered t the 1'ostorilcc, Orison, Mo. u Second Class Matter. A Weakly Newspaper Devoted to the Interests of the llest County In the Union. TIBMSi 1.B0 Per Tear. Watoh the date following year nana ea Ike turgl of the paper. It toll the date tewklohyiur ssbicrlptlssls paid. Friday, May IB, 1014 Marriage Record. Itoconler Illbbard lulled the follow. ln; marriage licences durliik' the month of April: llulatt, Hoy, and Sjlvta I). Pols isrovc, of Oregon, April 18, by Itev. J. II. Tiiompton. Ilornecker, John A., and KmuiaS. Oppenlantler, of Oregon, April 'Jl, liy Jlev. W. L, Mcjer. JaKuN, It. li.i of Tiiayer, Neb., and I.mra Thurnau,of Holt county, April 2!, by Itev. I'. T. Schmidt. Kaufman, Kreil, of Orahatn, and Mabel Andrews, of Sklilinore, April 1.1, by Itev. II. II. Hanson. fiovell, Wm. II., of Mound City, and Katherlne Hamilton, of 1'orest City, April ii. by John II. Steele, J. 1. Nlemeyer, Fred, of Falls City, Neb., and l.enaOhlensalen.of Cralk', April 31, by Itev. 1'. T. Schmlilt. l'ervls, Jesse, of Amazonia, and I'earl Ilardln,of Nodaway, April 8, by Itev. F. (J. DIsslnKer. Ilhodes, John, and Alice Marcum, of Oreison, April 32, by Itev. W. I). Lukens, Wilson, John II., of Oregon, and Winnie II. Ilrodbeck, of Forest City, April IS, by Itev. II. II. Dawson. COUNTY CLERK'S NOTICE -OF. PRIMARY ELECTION. STATU or Mleiirill,t. County (it Hull. (" 1'iniiiijf Cli rl' dflloi'. Nutliv U l.i ti ljj bIviii tlitt ii iitlmsry i-lii.'-tlim will Iw In-lit ti iliu rmulnr -I1Iiii: plm'in In tiicli (irri'li.ii tif nlil ruunlynf Hull nn II r hrxl TikiUt ( Aucnit. IPII.Mi.ir tlir font Hi liny lit Auitmt. Iil, fur llii uirii' of ihmii liiiitliiit.'ttiilliliili't f.ir I In' tiilliivlnit iiltl.ii In ln irutiil (ur nt lli irrm riil i lrt'llnn In Iw lirlil mi Tmi!uy. tlilnl iluir nf NiivrmlK r, IVIlt Hi'iitti't In (uiiirri. fur .Ml.viurl. .tiuliriMif Niph im Court, (HlirUliiii No. 1 1 Mnli'StiiM-rlMtiiili'iit of Ihm,U Ki'liririitiitlve In Conurvo fur Kourtli DMrl'l Miiti- Miiulor for Tlilnl DMrK'l. il'nr. (ilti'il 'IVrm 1 Miinlii-r i'f tin llnutiMif Iti-pri'H'iitutlvrv llnl.TCiir.STV I'mlilliiKJiKlui-Counly Court .luiliii' County Court l'lrl lUtrt-t. .IiiiIiii' County Court miiuiiI llllll.'l .tutliti rroliiiii(ourt Clrrk I'lri'iill Court, di rk County Court. ttiiSirilrrof Hri'iU IWivulInu Allorio'y. I'ollii'iorof lli'vniui'. Two.lullt'i'-.of tin rcio'olno.'ii'iri'oHnlilii Contiilili' In i'Ui'Ii Tomulili. (llii'ii iimlrr tny Imtiil iiml oltli'liil m-iiI lit llli cuii. tliUllii-l'tli iliy of May. Il'll r. i .Ki.i.cit. Clrrk of tin Couuly Courl. An Enjoyable Visit. Thursday of last week, we were de lllfhtfully entertained by a visit from T. J. Ileaumont, of the Wheeler It Hotter Mercantile Company, of St. Joseph) who came up to see the old town, and more especially to aee an early schoolday sweetheart, Mrs. Emma Dibble-Martin. Mr. Ileau monl's father was married several times and one of Ids wives was a sis ter of Elder I'. K. Dibble, who many of our older citizens will remember with pleasure. He Is also a nephew of Jabez Ileaumont, Sr., one of the early settlers of this county and pio neer apple Krowers of this section of the county, and the orchard was planted by htm In 1805, and occupied a whole quarter section In Nodaway towshlp. He at one time owned 840 acres In that section. In 1804 some 85 acres of this orchard were destroyed by lire. This entire tract of land finally passed to the ownership of K, C. Muzum, of White Cloud, Kas., and finally to others W. A. S. Derr now owning a part of It. Uncle Jabez, aa lie was familiarly called, died January 22, 1872. Our genial and companionable visi tor was compelled to leave on account of tlme'a pressure, took an auto and J went whizzing out to Jlmmle Martln'a toseohlaold childhood sweetheart,' and we bet "yer" tbey had a delight ful visit, for we surely had one with I him, if it wu brief. Important Notice. Our rates for political announce ments will lie tln.f n. For all reading notices, commendatory of candidates, the tato will lie ten cents per line, and all such notices must be prepared by Interested parties, and must be signed by the author as evidence of his good faith. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Illll IIKI'IIKKKNTATIVIi We uri nulliorlml to uiinuunco V. It, CWOI'K, Of Hl'llUlll ToWIIkIiIU. IK k I'HIIllllllltl' forth lU'pulilli'ftii nomlimtloii for the uHlru of llepri'fcfiitullve, huhjit't to the rrlrnury Klivlluii, Tui'ulsy, Auiruxt (Hi, mi. 11)11 COLLECTOR Wu nre iiullinrliiil to u mnco K, K, AI.I.KN.of Union Tuwaohlp. M n I'undliliitii for the Iti'puhllcua nomination for the ufrk't of Collector, mlijtvl to the I'rlmiiry Kkvtlon, Tucmliiy, Aumul (Ih, lOII. roil I'Iioiiatk JiimiK. We in tuthorlied to tnnouut'e IIAHItV 51. IIUNUAN, uu enndlilHle for the lli-publlct nonilnutlon for the nftlre nf l'rolmte Judxe, subject to the t'rlmiry Klt'ctlon, Tuvaduy, Auiiual 4tll, I9H. ' We nre uuthorltrd to tnnmini'n KIIWAltl) F. IlICIIAHPS, it ciindldiite for the Itepubllcmi nnuiliiiitlon fur the ortlce of I'ruliute Judie, nulijet't to the Prlnmry r.lec ll.in, Tuesday, Auviut 4th, Ifll. Harvest! Harvest! Wheat! According to the statements of the Agricultural Department of Kansas, thev have the best nrosuect for aeood crop since 11)03. It is due to the heavy rains during me usi monin. Farmers aro wondering If they will be able to 'obtain enough men to har vest the wheat. Harvest will beuln about the 10th of June and lasts 15 days-then threshing, lasting two monius. I have a sister In Pratt county, and am eolne to nay her a visit. Would be glad to place a few good men, Suaranteeing tnem a job at 12.00 per ay and board. Also will pay car fare one way from St. Joe. Write meat once. HoDlnir that I may be of bene' tit to you, 1 am, Youn truly, C. 0. Walhbh, Isabel, Kas. Puritan Undcrmuslins Dninty, neatly made, perfect fitting nndermuslins jjo n loiv way toward eiTeeting that contented feelinu tliat comes with beiny well dressed. Puritan I'ndurmtislins are just as carefully or:nstrticted as if they were made in your own home. They are scientifically sized and cut to lit. The trimminirs are dainty and carefully put on lace or emhroidery on different parts of the uarment always match. livery 1'uritan Uarment has the Hut, turned seams. In short, Puritan Undcr muslins afford a dainty, trim foundation fur the dress or cuit. A l'utitan lunger on every carmrnt. Fitts-Bunker Mercantile Co. rsaaaV-w- 1 l all v n ki At Any Time you may want n hot lmicli Uli:kly mid neatly nerved, call on iih. To tlioft) who do not rnre for colfee, we can hrew a pot of kivhu or blank law in our Hestatirnnt inclean lint'HH. You aro invited to liisii'cll)iirCookiiil)i'iarlmtiit You will find everything "aplu and span. WEST SIDE CAFE S. P. ALLEN, Proprietor. Oregon, Mo. teathat will please the most particular palate. Tim first Stop Torture Ueeatep Imiu Ujtac and check Uiaitewtbot younf blrdi. You cm ullotrUofBUIIe, mlutfuul Twmla with prgtts, Powierci Uce Killer IMa4l nd hti meiwy. AIm the bt InMcU. clde for doce. cete. pleat and flower. RefttMnUtltatMi lull ton Pntu. aSelhf Ktiea CeueaUed M Moaoy Bcb CillWU IK pus. touttm Bw Hold and KUiirunteed hy Munre A Kreek. LANDS I have some very tine farms for sale; ones thai will bear Inspection, and the prices are right, too. When you want anything In the line herein stated, I most respectfully ask you to see mo. A. VanBuskirk For Sale Used Piano. Very reasonable terms. Address W. L Eshelman. care of Ojney Muslo Company, 91. JOMfH, MO. MUSIOALK. By the Pupils of Mrs. Murphy's School of Music, M. E. Church, Monday Evening, May 10, 1914. Ili nilit i'f l'lit I'llmnry l I'.u I in.-nl. (I,k'"ll I'UI'II. l'riN'iltiii'il IllllM'lltllltl Chi'rm 11 PH.' I'lulio I I'l.it.n i '.nil 1.1 I'lidllllAM Mr. Mnrphy lit- Kuiitikl lli'V. TImiiii""Ii Wllk'lMl. ilMitlim. T I 'a 11 1 I'.t mill IVionnl. i;uttilli' Ml.i'KiriiiM'. I.1H11 Whltihi'ii'l tiu.T M'-U'imlil. IMhi't Ki lli-y npii. ri ii'iiil Miirl.i Vllirllihl N thrrlllliil li'iiiliic Mnuli'.. "tvii tti' I'l.ili.i I. Ni'll Cii.tli-.Mlun Ail'ill'h, liria l.yiii'h I'liinn 1. 1 Imrli Hi' M.itki.Mll.lrnl Maikt. Km liU in i iiini'iiil Ul!..,n .. hiih,ril H.jy lilyilr IM11111, I. Mltilriil TiK'hti'rtii'in I'lm.ii i. 1 : 1 1 n l' inn II, 1','url Kurlr I'lmiii r Cmiii ht Hi in I'llil, llfl' .llllltl' V'.mI Hun . 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Iliii'l llm'liir, lmia Murkt Wily... Tltiiiilit.. l'initiiU' iio Cniii'i rt I.1II11 Wlill, In ml llll l.li'htrr. . . Hilliv lli'litftnl.i'.. Hurt l.llllllll HDlt I'liill'IM'l 'llUltl' Aulnr I'm IHutnlii. . .. euiitltltt' I'lann I. IaIU Uhln In nl.lli I, n'l Imti lifr I'l.imi :. VlriiltiU Nillirrliinit, I'aullni' llulry "Tin- nmli' In my In art I liri' l.r.tf 11 fit r It wm hniril no mnrr." WitriUmirth I'liiiiii klmlly limniil hy Mr. Curcy I:. Hunker CHeS Vlrulnhi Ni ihi'tlaiul I'.iulliir llulry lniiii M.irkt Mlliliml Markl .Murk' IIimIiMii ilriu'i' .Mi'lKiiiulii Kthi'l ilrii ni' I'rarl Kurt Mllilriil "1'iN'litir mini Nurtiiii Murkt Mllilriil lili'pii (lr.li Mi vtart Ml. Aiim Inn lit I'liirrni'i N'hulln liiilliryn Kirir llli'lianl lltl.lk'i tiiiili NiIICh.Ui' llwlirht ui'hniiu lli'li'ii hi'i'iniiti Illll. 1. 1 IjMu HIiIi.Iiii.iI Will Mi yir lli lui Mmkt llluli.'lir MikIuIii I 'mil k 1 1 tn 11 llli, r Ki'llry Ihniiihy KurU I'llrll I'l'tllil'tl Chiitli liu Murkt V. I y nut Maikt Cnii-Curmll Illl l lliM'l.rr Hi li n Tlnli'liiT l.lllluiiSi'hiillii Klrannr Itiuikil Kuthli'i n CiitniilH'll lli tii l.yni'li Minn Aitullih Sunday School Convention. Program of the Hickory Toiwishlp Sunday School Convention to be held at the (I. II. church, Sunday, .May 11: HIIIK.MION II Sonir service. Devotional exercbo-I.ed by Nellie .-ilium. Song (I) Out'Mloii. "Counter Attractions. Their KiTect on the Sunday School, aim now 11 .May ueuvercome" w.11 Smith, Grace Ita burn, Mrs. K. J Crlder. Ilvcitatlon-Mllilred Crlder i'i) Jiitslion,"Tlie Tower of Kxamule In tlm Sunday School" .las. Weight man,ueo.rraiswaicr una w. a. .Meyer. Song Dismissal for basket dinner. AITKHNOON HKtfHIOX 2:'.0 Song service Devotional Led by Harold Hodgln Sonu bv U. II. bovs Heading of minutes of last meeting (31 Question. "The Tower of Social Kvils Against the Sunday School" A ln, fiatlnur llnv II 'V Monuiu and itev. t. i. ltouerts. Itecltatlon Iluth I'ralswater (4) Question, "WliyShould I Attend eunnay sciiooit " j. I'eiers, hiiantion llardman, Mrs. Geo. Loucks and Mrs. 11. K. I'ralswater Song Gladys Ilender and Irene Acton (5) Question, "Is Any One Member of the Sunday School More ItesDon- slble for the Success of the Sunday School Than Any Other-IfSo, Why1 k. v. smiui, a. u. wiiuams. n. t. Davis Hecltatlon-Ina Ilotkln (U) Question, "Is Sunday School Work a Man's Job?"Mrs. W. II. Smith, Mrs. Geo. I'ralswater, Mrs. A. O. Williams. Mrs. Lela Wuelner Address by County President, Mr. L,acey Dismissal John I'ktkus, M. PuAiuwATKit, President. Corresponding Secretary. Sell TheirlMant. The Ice plant and cream factory In this cltv has chanued hands. The new owners are Messrs. McCoy and Kccles, of Kortonvllle, Kansas The retiring proprietors, Illtt and lleeves, iook in payment on me piani, a irm four and one-half miles from Musco tab, Kansas. Mr. lleeves will re main at the plant during the balance of the season as manager and over seer, as neither of the new men un derstand the business and Mr. Kccles will arrive In a short time and spend the year at the plant learning the business. Mr. Illtt has not yet de cided what he will do. We regret that these gentlemen have decided to quit the ice business, but welcome the new proprietors into our busi ness circles. Forest City News, May em, .tut. For Your Home you want the best, the latest, the most modeml ITUirixuaio " The Vtayr that ft all tut human " si!l fulfill all your dcitiCi. It will f.!l your home with haimony. The Ideal of player pianos hai been realized in the T.lammlfl. IV durability, compactncil and eaic of pedaling il his no equal. It ii individual, unique, d.lTcrent and ditlntt from any player made. We ailt you to inipcct the ITlanuato feature for featuie and you will ce what 0 frcat ttep in ad vance il i. Note the soir.pactiicu of the whole mccli aniim. This pwcnU 1'is d-igrttable muliiinc of tones which you luc naict! in o'.htr players, and enables all rcgulcrs to sound dear and strong. Note, too, how all unnecessary connections and wirings arc done away with. There arc no usclcts intermediary pails. Ilictc are no complicated ollaclt mcnls. There is little or no danger of trouble. The THanunlo is found cxclusiely in the pianos made by The Baldwin Company: The Baldwin Manualo, The Ellington Mr.nualo, The 1 lamilton Manualo, The I lowaid Manualo. Don'l fail lo intcct the Manualo before you buy. ATTRACTIVF TRICES AND TERMS TO SUIT. A Car Load of Pianos and Player Pianos just received, and more to come. CAREYE.BUNKER,Oregon,Mo. esstisfnl'litsia Look for this Star "When you buy yours and the children's shoes be sure this star is on the heel. Then we'll know that every pair is honest leather and extra value fox our money." Eight Million People are wearing "Star Brand" Shoes every pair is honest leather. No substitutes for leather are ever used. These shoes are made by the world' largest shoe maker. The more they make the less they cost to make. This saving goes into extra quality. There are lots of good shoes, but "Star Brand Shoes Are Bett er n -for Made In all styles, grades and sires all prices every memoer 01 tne lamuy. Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but coma to us. KREEK & HASNESS OREGON, MO. Republican Township Meetings. The Republicans of Holt county are called to meet. In their respective townships, on Saturday, May 10, at 2 o'clock p. m,, to select delegates to a county convention, to be held at For est City, on Monday, May 18, which will select 7 delegates to their state con vention, which meets In St. Louis, Wednesday, May 27. FOR SALE! r . ruui span 01 muies, coming three year olds. Likely ani mals. A. W. VanCamp. ,7-Old papers 20 cent per 100 at this office.