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We have the agoncy for the Mitchell Hue of cars and have a demonstrator on the floor. Look for specifications of this lino of cars in the noxt issuo of The Sentinol. Keeves-Cook Auto Co. Oregon, Mo. Forest City. Itev. anil Mrs, II II. Smitlwoisl .ire rilulL'Hi.' u lt lln- art Ivul ur a III I li son, I I). A. Williams nt ii family aru snorting iiruiiiul In :i new lord, pur- Chased last Week, Mr. ami Mrs. Chris (JIHord ami 'Ittli son. f Curon, sniil Sunday at tliu .las. Thornhlll home. - 101 m I-r.i lief, .ir., huh tamiiy spent Sunday with tlielr daughter, Mrs. Harold Markt mid family. Miss llcrlha Jamison and her par ents, and Miss Vera 1'oruiison were Sunday guests at the (icurgu Watson home. Miss lioruthy Thwlng ri-t urncit lo lier hoinu In Hamilton, Mo.,uficraile llghtful visit with her sister, Mrs. A I hurl Jones. Wu aru glad Indeed In learn thai 'I'nclu" (ienrge Weber Is ho iiiiicIi Im proved thai hu In now ahlutu visit ntir city park ami take short amo rides. baker A: Marcniu have started an alrdome, near thn "New corner" and aru showing pictures of high class. Last week there were several local picture' show 11 at the city hall, by J. M. Shumate. Tliou from Purest. City who at tended the baccalaureate sermon, In Oregon, list. Sunday, were: Mr. and .Mr. T. 1'. KlUmaurlcc and daughter, .Margery: Ml wen Maud Stallard, Here nice Mullock and Mildred Dickson and 1). 0. Siallard. "Hear I'nclc" fienrgo Weher has ordcreit the light plain to pin on, at Ids expense, a mimlier of strong lights at the park, which are tn hum until late autumn. Such a splendid man In our midst -let us honor him now to geti er "Threechcers for t'ncle (icorgo Weher!" -Charles Mills ami Nell Kunkcl hae laid concrete walks In front of their homes, which greatly enhance I ineir iieautv. .Mrs. rergmon has had useful repairs made to her ; homes alMi mu iiuiiiu iiaiih,.iuiii' ri-Muiimniaiiii the hutcher hhon have nut un new awnings. f iVZl ;,nLV.' ,5M - exchanged for a farm, near Mustocah, uansas. 1 ne new owners are .Messrs. S.a,MV.&.w,T 111 remain with tho new proprlutorfl Ulshop W. (). Shepard, of Kansas tity, ami itey. Thomi;son, or UreKon, ere ciiieriuiiieii ut nauuaui iiiniier, In tl-. Iwaiitirnl rmintrv linmn nl T country 1'. KlUmaurlce and family. The Ulshop delivered the splendid bacca laureate sermon to the Oregon gradu ating class of IHU perhaps the grand est add rcss o ver nl ven u class of Dregon graduates. Glkankii. rOHKST C'.TV M. , CIIUUCII NOTES. Our Sunday school was well at tended again Sunday, but wo would like to see It still larger. The bright day was an Inspiration to make us warn to come to the Lord's bouse to study about lllm, Let's keep ll growing. There was preaching service morn Ingwnd evening, last Sunday. There will bo ho preaching In the Methodist churcu noil smiaay, The Junior League mot at J;30 as'. , I usual, and we are glad to see them ....... I... ..J...,. I I. n,i were more out last Sunday than' Hertha O. Ijwjer, of Maywood, usual. There will bo a Junior League .eb.i Mrs. Wayla O. Simpson, of social given at the home of Mrs. Ne-1 Jyaysylllo, III.; Mrs. Cora II. I)avls,of vine Dickson next Thursday after-: f'"ciu, "iu., ami mrs, iscny uropp, noon. Wo have a new Junior superln-.P' papier, Mo.; besides these children Undent now, and we aro expecting l" learn 18 grandchildren, to do great things from now on. Mr. I. Mr. Crook, or, J, It. or "Dad," as Marlon Cooperlifer was with us for, 10 as better known, was well known his llrst meeting last Sunday. iiie missionary society win meet at Mrs. Dickson's homo next Friday aiiernoon. iiik i'astoii I keep a complete Btock of DoLa- vat boparator itepairs. I). M. Mautin. PHOTOS I For High Grade Photos of the latest style and tone, also for kodak sup plies and finishing go to WEARY J The Photographer, j t.n. Lsk) I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. loll nil.MTIolt Wt Hri' ntillinritsl ii AniMiiinm W, It. A t.K 1 Hi" f iir-i Titiii. u n n.ii.inta f1irii111U11mi1ii1-11111111ihi1i1Hi.nl fori 1 ti.- of l-ullc-tnr, suiij,st 1.1 1 1n I'r'itiary r.ht'ilnii ,Tiniiy a 111:11.1 itii.tpii. Don't Oct Into Debt on n Kcntcri l'iirm (Sut Into tlie dairy hiiriiiu.'ss 011 ymir own farm. I ;nn nut you in toiirli with tliu nwiit'if. of line lira inn lands ot l icit noil Iroin :ii)i) to -101) mile.-, went of Oinalm, which can litt boiiK'lit on very cany twiun at from tfln to l!f auro. 1 on aru muv to make money !' ntodiMii dairy iiracticu, bo- canso till! Hill) irt till) Holutiou of tint dairy urobilin) anil feed crops "are heavy on these IhihIh. If you haven't money at first to Imild a nilo. diir one. .(1001I larmern with proper equipment and feed cau mv euro eows on time. '1 liest) owners make these jmiml turiiw ffifltiti-v I'n im, tvu i.,,.,,lllu.l4lll,. 1. ,.,.. t),,.i ,. ,..,..,5 i"' hll tllltagood unity larmer win maKit money ,y ,.,. s (a,.y fa,.,n.' ...III 1.1, .""'l Will HOOII fllWlll lip llis ohliKatious. 'Hum hos and l'ItV.v t rW.t i.Hi.i.l round 't till) prolits. 1 lieso llil) aeru tracts aft) located amoiifr iu.rov,.(l farms i.t established cnntUUIIutleH, u" 0 lilt) your liaille ; let lilt) help yon hecomt) the owner ,,f ti lnli-v fiii-m VJ II II.,,,. 01 U (latrj Wit 111. O. If. UOW ard, AssiHtant Immlgnition Agent, liurlliiRttm Koute, 1004 Daruam atroot, Omaha, A our. Obituary. James Itobert Creek was born In uiasco, narren county, Kv.. In 18 til. Dlod April It), 1U14, at St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Joseph, Mo. He was llrst married to Miss Minnie Klnlon, of Quitman, who died a few years lat er, leaving one little daughter, now Mrs. Frank Davis, of Munclo, 1 ml. , and who was here to see her father In necemoer, lm.i. Later ho was mar rled to Mrs. Annie Dunn, whom he flll-nrrftll Rnvftrm ventre mm To this nnlnn tlvn rti ui union live children wore "prn fc.mory, who died In Infancy Plflllft I. nt Valirneln fltv Vnl, in 4 juawav ana iipit counties, bav- ".. hi.ihu irug uiismess gunman, ami uigelow many years, mm as uxeu uy an who Knew mm. For the past few years his health had not been good. While on a visit to his daughter last October he first took to Ids bed and for many weeks he lingered between life and death, but rallied some and was taken to the uospuai, wnere he ftrauuauy grew weaker and died, a complication of diseases being the cause. Mrs. Cropp was called to his bedside before lie died. Nover & word of complaint uuruig ins long niness uiu no utter, but showed the same kindness to all that he did all his life. The body was brought to Napier, where It rested until the arrival of his daughters, and was taken to Quit man, Mo., Wednesday evening, April 25, where short services were held at the home of Bufus Ellsworth by Kev. Shiver, Thursday at 1 o'clock, and wu laid to rest tn the new ceme tery. .0. Evangelical Church Notes. I'ho men of our Sunday school will have entire charge of the school next Sabbath. The men realise that they hac (iiitu a task nu their hands, lo gain more points than the ladles se cured. They are going tlielr best to win, Wu expect a large attendance. A special program has been prepared. There will lie some Invtriiuieiital music, a solo by the piMor. and a few songs by a male chum. A read ing will Im given by one uf the bojs, and a short talk by l!ev. . I II. Kip. linger. Itrother ll. W. Snmllwood will act us superintendent for the ilav. The pastor will preach Sunday at lt:ix a. in., ami In the cu'iilng at :i) o'clock. Subjects for the diy will he as follows: In the morning, "The Outer and the Inner Circle of He tleniptton." In the evening, "Why I am not Ashamed of the (Sospcl of Christ.'' Our evening senlcu will begin at ":! with a song ami pralu service. There will bo some special music. Kteribody Invited. There will be no preaching at Nick ell's (Irene, Mimlay. The ladles ot our Nlckell's tlroc Smulay school had a splendid day last Sabbath. The attendance was large ami their pro gram line. Tiik I'astoii. New Point and Vicinity. -Ora IIjskcII Is the proud owner of a liert buggy. -I.eona Crown went home Sunday, fur a week or ten ila. Amos l.ctit and family Mtcil at Clias, Ktut.'s, Sunday. C. C. llarihnan ami KNIe drove to St. Joseph. Thursday. Mrs. Maggie llardinati was iiltu sick, the llrst of the week. Ilael Kearney vMted at home from I'tliLiN evening until Suinlaj. Ililpli Meter ami family dlm-d with Will 'IVrrj and family. Suiuliy. lie. t.enlr and famllv and ('has. Fields and family vl-lud Win Lem on's, Sunday. Mesil.imes M I lit on and UIU. of I orli-scue, wi-re week-end visitors at the home of Mr. Ilals'iick. -Iinris Wllllaius su-il her aunt, Mrs. John 1 1 ain in . tho last of last week and the llrst of this. Harry Moore, Joe I'ralswaler, Maude llardiiiaii ami lieiia liu-ue I went to see "llecky. the Clreiis lil'l " Maurice Dreher was wry unfiiriu uate Su'mlay. In hat lug :t lln.-er h.niiy m.-ished In an auto door. The end was mashed almost oil at the root i f the nail. Messrs. Harry and Chester tit.-.. Dr. J. L. Million ami Mrs. Craig, from Fortescue, visited at Dr. Il.il cock's, Sunday. Mevlauies Chester llll. and J. L. Mlnton returned liome with them. Itcv. Thomson, of I'lattshurg, who preached here a few Suiul.i)s ago, will preach at lint Christian church, the llrst and third Siimlajs In each month. He will preach next Sunday, morning mid evening. John Hare and wife, sister and hrothcMii-law of Frank and William Minkil, or (ilasgow, Kas am Cha Conn, wife ami bahv. sister and brotlier-lu-law of I). I). Ilanhuan, also from Kansas, visited relatives Here, uiu nisi ui tasi. ni-UK, i:nu, Marion. - l.vcrybDdy iiusy-platiiliig cjrn, cleaning iiotiso, etc. Miss Cora I'lanalp Is spending the week with home folks. -(Irani Napier, who was kicked by a horse. U linnrnvliiL'. Miss Nellie Smith Is staying with .Mrs. ,i. i. .inrris, nils summer. -Luella lloil-naii spent the week end with her sister, Mrs, Maud Hull man, Miss lua Kliler spent the uast week with her sister, Mrs, Clyde mini ii. 111. Fornev Is In Kansas CI I v. taking treatment at. the Temple 6f lieami. Itev. McQrew nreiehed an Inter- estlng sermon at the German church, last Sunday. Uaymond Morris, with his papa aim mamma, iook uiiiner Willi ills grandpa, Sunday. Miss Hertha F.lder and John Harper, of Forbes, were In our vicin ity, Sunday evening. U. Welgle ami family and Mrs. Hannah Kramer took Sunday dinner whii jr. ami Mrs. wm, iiursi. U. W. Hurst expects to go to Florida soon, and If the country suits him. will move there In the fall. Mrs. Cora Forney, who has been under the care of a doctor, In Kansas iity, expects to bo homo, this week, Mr. and Mrs. John Hare, of Cllas co, Kansas, were visiting friends in our vicinity. They came Thursday. returning Tiiesnay, making the trip In a car, over 'Joo miles. Mrs. Hare was uoru and raised on tho farm, now owned by Chas. Hornecker. She was tho youngest child of Jacob Kunkel. 'ine old houso in which she was lioru still stands. She took the lock from me Kiicnen door, which hor father brought from Pennsylvania. Shesald it seemed good to get hack to tho old home, but also was sad to see so maiiv changes. Ukoika. Benton. Lenore, tho three-year-old daugh ter of Gerald Andler and wife, who w us upenueu on several ways ago uy Dr. Gelgcr. at St. Joseoh. for an abs cess In her side, Is very much Im- proven. joun reiers anil utile sona or Lincoln neighborhood, attended Sun. day school at Denton, last Sunday. aiiiwu uiuii oviiuui iiuusu uurneu iiowh and they have no meeting place, we would be clad to have thn r.lncnln Sunday school with us until they re- UUIIU. Several of tho relatives of IM. Evans, of Klmsev. helned tn snrnrlsa him on his birthday, May 5th. About fifteen were present besides the fam ily. An elegant dinner was served and a most enjoyable day was spent. Several presents, both useful and or namental, were received, and Ed. was really surprised. Several who were Invited were unable to be present. VBH1TA9, -Old DIDers 20 eainta nar 1(M it this office. CAM, FUll "KIMIIIMUAX HKI. KliATK CCWXTHIX OP II IT 101 III o' St He 1 null i T..w ri-n V, Call of the ttee, the lie the several 'It i t nity are hereby i their respective i .' p. m., on .ny IG. 1014, (es to attend the t- Sai. rf to select ii Count) Delegai ( otiU'htion, to he held In Forest City, Mo., on Monday. May 18. 1014. ul in o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing seven delegates to I lit Stale llepiihllcan convention, to be held In St l.ouls, Mo. , on Wednesday, May 27, 0I4, to ratify or reject the action of the National llepubllcau Committee, pro posing changes In the rules, regula llmis nml by-laws of Hie National Committee, and for the further pur pose uf adopting and making such ihs-.ar.it Ions of party principles with rett-retice tn national and Mate iiies. 1 Inns :is may bedeeined aihls.tble.und such declarations concerning liallonal and State principles and policies ami pn-sent affairs of thoii.iilo.i as ll ui.iv deem aill.ihle: and for I he lratiac Hon of such other and further busi ness as may properly come before ll. The basis of representation to the County Convention shall be one Dele gae for eu-ry fti votes or fraction thereof over '.'"i, as provided In the County commlltee's call of I'd'.', and b which the respective townships aro entitled to the following number of delegates: Township. Delegates. Illd-low L I lent en Ci.-I) , I 'llfst ... I nrls-s . ... Illi-kor) .... t.iW-rl) ... I.Iii.mIii Lewis .. .. Million .... Nislawa) I'nloii .. Djiiii by the order of the I l--n Cniitiiy lieptilillcau (Vitli.tl (iiiint tie. held at Forest I'll), Mo. This nth day of Mai. I'd I W. II. Al.Klin:. T. C. Dl MIAN. Secretary. Chairman. Notice of Application to Form Drainage District. Nti.-,. h.-M-Sy uiw-ii In nil t.-r.iii inii-r-i-imI in thn r,ll.mlutt il,-.-riui re-ii ,.-i ,ii .uiil .iiiu-r iru ny In Hull I'jinuy if Mi-iii. n.i.lli And iin i.n-i ttttir nf ii,,. s.itiii. w..i iu in,-r.if s.s'IIimi 'Ihlrlt ii, ,.ih r,mti.lii I Illy iiIiiimV.ii. lhuueTliiriyu-,11 1:1;.. , . 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Ili-vlsi-il Sliiiiitisi uf MUxnirl ul li(i. iiiiln ri-peitl mi iii-t niiii'iiilliiK uml mlilliiir tu sslil iirtli'le I, i-imi-it-il In hill, ami rimiHiim imifi'i. -.Ui lu SSS lit Hie l.iiu( MKvmrl nt Hill, uml lo I'lllli't H new ui'l In Ili'ti llifrtnf o Ih, Likiwii lis artli'ln I liii-rtuliiliiir Ii Hie nrirauitlittliui nf ilriitiiiiuiiilMrli'ti ly elri-iilli'iiiirislnr sulil elniplrr (I, wllh mi I'liicrni-iii-y i-Iiuim-," us ,-iisi-ii'il liy Uiu Kill 3lliMiiirl ueiiuriil iusi-iii- lily lu ll'lj, unit Hint llui luinls unit nllier fimperly us ttlni t, lU-scrllH-il will liu iitris'ieil iy Ihu fiiriuulloii or sulil drHlniiut UlKtrlet unit Ihi ri'iiileri'il llahtii lo taviitluii (ur llie purtHjrii'Mor paying tlioevH'iik,'i,iroriiiiillni mnl inuktiiK iind iiiiiliiutiilin; lli Im pmvi'ineiiu tlmt miiy Ite ruuml iniL'i,itry In tlruln, protect mnl re-t-liitiii Uiu luinls uml nllit'r properly In sulil iiiMuiitiiiiii yim iiiiii eitriHir yi.u are nuit'iiy nolltU'll to liiiiiinir at tin, iii'kl l.'rni nf ilifk court tn Im In-lit nil llui aim iiAVOKiicroiiKti, isii, ill tlreirnn. In llott Ciiuiity, unit nl.ow csuse, If miy IIiitu lie, wliy still ilriiliiut-nilUlrlrt set forlli In llii'iirlfoli s of dkmh-IuiIiiii shall notliooriiiinli'(l us pulille t-urisimtlim of tliuCtuluof Missouri. , ti. A. IIIIMIA.1I, Clerk of llie Circuit Court of Holt County. Ill tlio Circuit Court nt Holt County, Mis souri STATKdl'MISKIUItl.l.. couniy or lion, i - Certlllenieof True Copy. . , ... n, ..un nun,. i,iriM ti, ,nu i,in;uii woun, within uml for Holt County, In tli Suite of MtsHourl, ilo livrt'liy certify the uIkivb unit fnri'iflilnif to ho ii full. Irut, anil rfiri-tn't cmiv of thoorlKlnnl notleo its tiled liy thn sinners of the iirtlelt's of Ukvielutlon, for thi tneoT- IKirutiounr it urinipiKO mstriet, to ihi known ua thn "Unaiivtt-Wnrner Ilrnluiiiio HUH lei," us fully ua tho autuu unuFura of rci?oril in mv olllee. w iincaa my liuud its clerk una the seal nf 1 s I mid Court Hone ut oftlca In the (Heul. V Cltyof Umron. HoltOounty, Ml.- I I aouH. thla Slat dav nf Anrfl.A 11.. 1011. . . K. A. DUNHAM. Cleric or nolt county circuit Court, See Weirv. the oliotoirrtDher. for. Qrst-clsM work, at prices u chep m you can Ret them anywhere. Notice to Banks and Bankers Notice Is hereby given that the County Court, of Holt County, Mis souri, will receive sealed proposals from any hanking Incorporation, as social Ion or Individual banker In said county, as may desire lo be selected as the depository of the funds of said county. Said sealed proposals shall bo delivered to the undersigned Clerk of said Court on or before noon of the llrst day of tho adjourned May term of said Court, Monday, June 1, 191-1, ami said proposal shall state the rate of Interest s.ud bank or banker oilers to pay for use of county fund, until May term of this court, IHI.V ll Is ordered by the court that said funds be divided Into ten (sttal parts ami said bids may be fur one or more of such parts. Said bids will be opened at noon on Monday, .lime 1, lull. Kach bid shall ho accompanied by a cerlllled check for not less than one half of one per eelil of the county revenue of the preceding year, as the sum of the (i.i r I or parlsof said funds bid for bears to the whole number of said part", as a guaranty uf good faith on the part of tho bidder. The coun ty revenue of the preceding )ear was, lo-wlt, t.lii.iiisi. Tho Court reserves tho right to reject anv ami all bids. Done by order of the County Court In accordance wllh Chap, ill, Art s, t. S. of Mo., I'.sr.i, and amendment thereto, Hits till day of Mav, lull. si:ai. i i . i. ,i;l.i,i:i:. County Clerk. Glen McGregory is ii Pack liny Stalltini anil wi'lk'lis l:t(iiiii)iiinlH. Pfilirt'i is of tin very lit'nt. and ran lio Hi'i'ii al my Iiiuih. Will lll.'lK'll till' d'l's('llt M'.'lrillll on the A. .1. 1 1 it tn in I'iiiin. '.'3 iiiili'Miioi tliwt'.st of N'tiw Point. TKW.MS: sKito itisur.t liv Ini,' colt. Will tliu all cant to pivvont act'iiliuits, lint will nut lio t'i'HioiiMilili slioiiltl any occur. Should maiv ln hoIiI or parted with, money will hu cntiii" tint! at once. J. W. Hamm ,y i , . ni '.i J The I'ercheron Stallion,. MtMOI'lt, Is reconleil by the I'ercheron Society of America, ami Ills reconleil number Is (WITH. Ciimih and Dksl'iiiitio.s': (Iroyi bli7u face. I'kdhiiikk: Koaled April SI, Hskij bred bv John Summer. Oreiron. Mis souri; owned by Herman A. Sommer, Orek'on, Missouri. Is strong Hl hands iiiKii, weiKiii. lit") pouniis. nas Kooti bono, lino style and action. Ship.: AnnaL'ii&c NliiTl d;il.VWl. In- Juard (Slloii), liy Vol An Vent 'J.VLM ltito.il, u liuaiKtiu (linHj, uy mil itant 111 llllil C'.iKi), by Kenelon 'Mi2 .IS), by llrllllaut 1271 7.Vi), by llrll llant IS'.f.t (".Vt), by Coco II (711), by Vlcux Cbaslln (7 III), by Coco (712). by MlKiion(7IA), by Jean Le Hlane(7i). Dam: Julia 4S1MI, by Kxtrador 4S1SKI, by Lolret '.'017;, liy Accho 1U77U, by Kxtrador -t.VJ. (,'ISH), by Kavora lil'J (Till), by I'rench Monarch 'J0. (7.111, by llderlm (Mitti, by Valentin (.Villi), by Vleux Chaslln (7I.'I) by Coco (712), by MIkiioii (7IA), by Jean I.o lllanc (i.Ti), .Inillln.M I.-I.1...1. 1UQIKI I... 11 .... to,.., I'ailli 'tUI.t 1.i, UJ IIO.VIIUV .13.17: Imported mi, by Dillon, broth ers, Normal, Illinois. :iril Dam. Sophie 20.il: Imported 1SS2, by It. II. UelloRif, Green Uay, Wisconsin. , ROMEO No. 84073 Is a dark urav. stands in hands hlKli, welnlis about 1500 pounds, tour years out mis sprint;, lino style and action. Tkums ANiiCoNiit rioNa: The above horses will make the season of 1014, on my farm, S miles east of Oregon, on tho State Itoad, and 21 miles west of tho Iron llrldire. I12.&0 will tin charged to Insure living coll. When mare is pariea wun or removed from original locality, money for service becomes due at once. A lien on mare and foal will bo held for Insurance inonev. Care taken to nrevent nrci. dents, but will not be responsible biiuuiu any occur. Herman A. Sommer . ein.H . Mm H Armour h The Fine Percheron Stallion No. 66502 (42245) Armagnac Is a large, black, I'ercheron Stallion, foaled May I'.'. Iisiv. 17 bands high; weighs In ordinary tlesh, H.tno pounds: has extra heavy bone, line stvle ami action Is one of the llncsCatid larg est horses In thn statu, and hu has proven himself a number one breeder. VINCENT Vincent was foaled April 17, Is'.fJ. Is black In color, in hands high, and weighs I'Jis) Kumls: has good bone and speed. Vincent was sired bv Vlnce, hu by Invincible, Standard llred, record ?:lti: owned bv M. L. Wilcox, Concordia. Kansas. Vincent's llrst dam was Scot l 's Hamilton: second dam, Jenny Llud. Took three llrst prizes hi show ring. PRINCE ' Prliiou s a Miu( lints. H.irk lia , In i'lr. li:tii.tM !;uv:Mhui. IH huhils lilk'li has tint si) It :wmI aotlnti. I'tMllrci'M of iIicm imlnuiU hii'ii at our liitru. vim hu 'I'MUMS 'flu' :i!kiv, llorsis ulll 1 iiKiko tin-vc.isiin uf pin, at our barn, ."I miles e.isi ot lliek'ou, on the Statu llo.nl, uinl 'i mill's west ol the Iron llrlilite. Tbev will servu mares at Ilo to Insure llvlni; coll. exceptlnt; tho service of Ariiuun.ic. lor which will bo cliurueil M.'i to Insure llvu coll. When lu.ire Is p.utiil with nrreiitoveil from urlKinal loc.illty, tuotie.v for ser vice becomes ihie at mice. A Hen on mure and hul will Ihi belli for Insur ance moiiev. t'aro will In- taken to prevent accl.letits, but will not Ihi responsible shottlil any occur. Hut It I'hunes, A. J. & CHRI3 SOMMER OIIKOON, MO,, Itoutu .1. The Favorite Jack, JOHNNY JOHNSON i i ir.ni. it 1 1 i ii ... ,.sn i r.iMiiiir.r.: Johnny Johnson will be allowed to i servo a iimtieii itiiiiiuer or mares at mv barn, three miles southeast of urt'k'on, on tlie old Judge Mclntyru farm, on the SI. Joseph road, lie Is let black, with while points; IM hands hluli, live vears old and weighs about 1.0ml iiotitiils. Is heavy bodied. good breast and wide In rump, splen illil liead and ears, good stile and ac tion, heavy boned, his largo feet, stands up well and has proved him self to be a superior breeder. The Black Percheron Stallion, HERO welglis about l.UiM pounds, with tine points and perfect liullil: will bo al lowed to serve a limited number of marcs. TKItMS ANDCONDlTIONSs-Kor service of Jack, (12.50 to Insure colt, l-'or service of Hero, II"). When mare Is parted with ur removed from orig inal locality, money for service be comes due ut once. A Hen on mare and foal will be held for Insurance, Care will be taken to prevent acci dents, but will not be responsible should any occur. '"' A. 0. Mclntyre Executor's Notice. Notice It lieri'liy itivrn, timt LtiU'ruTtM rncntitry on Uv mtalu ot llrnriiii Mtwrr th't't'ituji, virv u runt oil in tlm uiuIit HlifiH'it. on Uw 2- in ttuy uf Ajirll, Iy tlitt I'rtihfttu I'tmrt tif Holt Ouuty, MU-tmirl. Alt JH'tMUlt lilt Villi? flltllllH lljrilllltit mi Id v tittv, uru miulml to oihlblt. tlicni fori I Inwanco to tho Hxtvutnr within hlx inonthufur tluulittu of hiiUI li'tiir, or thry may U prvt'lmliil from ituy U'lu-tlt tif mltl CMstHlojundlf iilii'Ii t'lalnm hi mil mhlhllt'il wltliliiono yt'itr from Hit) tUli of lln lii.t In korttoa of tlm pulilU'uiloii of tliU uotlco, tlity kluill ho foruviT Imrruil. HOUtMON A. MKVKK. Hxi-cutor. rirkt pulillcathm Muy 1, 1VH. Wilson Bros., Lathe Work, Gas Engine Repairing. OREGON, ."MISSOURI. aa i t Mi<&A 'ilSiVt.!.