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it -,Thl Is Good frlda) pffcot yer U teri. John Dinwiddle t moved to Forest City. -Ml&s Killc Acton Is llic cashier at tho f r)e' grocery. -A. 0. Young has been appointed postmaster at forbes. .-lliuij.iri win- Is nrlllnK clothing eluap at t lie Knock store. Mrs. Laurence Klllam In etijo)lng :i v t I L with Mound (Ml) friend". Iland-Mvla Team Harness at Factor) price. Ci.ahk Cahti.k. Clover !m-ciI lor sale at t.cnl't stnru In N Point. J. M. Homiin -Then has been come Miow on the rmtiil continually since liecomber . ;jrMi, m iici .hi . price on lilt' tV.klk Mt Kliov at the KiVk MOM!. Orvllle IVrct was a wry sick child a fort il.il s liisl week, but Is now bitter. - Will lilok In No. I Sued Oats, M. . I Iihhi we.il sciMinud llnrr().ik I'nsts for ilu Vote lor Earl A. Rock for County Superintendent ol Public Schools, at the annual school meeting noxt Tuesday, April 6th. Adv. Cast your vote for EARL A. ROCK for County Superinter. )dent of Public Schools, at the annual school meeting next Tuesday. Apr ! 6th. Adv Qur Sick Ail our t-lctt slol) Improving. Mr Win Opel I- Hip late-t addition to the ili. bin lit I avium better at Closing ol Schools., One of Dm first, rural school lo close In .Kilt county wa Majllnwer Mm Maupln completed her Milid I -Si-e the new merchant at the Koock store before buying your Kil ter Frock, -Saturday, April 3d, la win to be Ho a Collar da) at l. M. Martin'. Hvcry one marked nay down. -At the meet Inn of Meyer fost on Saturday last, Daniel Kunkel, Sr, was chn'cn adjutant of the organl.a Hon, vice l. V. loh)tis, reslgnd. preiMiit. Mr ).li7S year of SKe, win in Hut ril trlci, TliurMtay, and veteian ouiie Ivil war. II (! Mvuli 1 The patron of the di llelit in and IV ! thiugan, who have'i-lci iMii-fullv planned .1 uiul a mm- been ver.v III are much Improved, I prle dinner for I lie pupil and leacn- Vote for Mrs. Alberta Green Murphy tor County Superinten dent of Schools. Adv. -Now I t liu t I ni! to net your work horses In Miape for spring work. Dr. He' or International Stock Tonic wl I help y mi. for tale by i:. (). fini.i.li-s-, Druggist. Mr. Iluxle Clark and Mrs. Tres Vincent, were guests for a few da)' .t with vlrs. D. W. Porter, of Mound City, last week. Tney talked (Her school diy, now l jni since passed. -Ilarve) Kvaus, our denial grocer, was called In Willi! City, Kansas, Saturday, by the alarming Illness of Id dear old mother, lie returned Tuesday and report, his mother some what Improved. Vote for Harvey A. Evans -Dr. II (I. fierce and wife at tended the funeral of MM Mary ItoMdlus, at Coinlni!, Tuesd.1). -Margaret Vincent 'and Lthcl Al len were St. Jincp , Mtor.s a few .l.iL II .1 . ....I. Jacob Mark, aiul wife, were a.!d Hoy C. Kunkel for Alder Crah.un. Iat 'week, attending the mctl ol tllC West Ward, adv funer.il of Charles Hiker. . . Ili" Klin and Sun W.1M1 hfl . Mr,, -fl,, f,hrlok and her pair M011d.1v for llnlUUi. Wyoming, for 0f Inieresthig children hae liven the business and Im-tHilng. i;uet of her sister. Mrs. Alice Cas- Mc.ver Fot, A. I! , will makeal key, si lew da)s the past week. Her i.ildon I he hoiiie of IM I iilitinan. J hubktid Joined her .Sunday, and they on Saturl.it, April returned homu T,oeiUy. In. WMlvll, u)cund ear special- II. II. Dawson has purchavd the 1st: s corner nth ami IMmond, St, I'SH acres of luid Just north of Ihu Joseph. Iloth hones, !il3. Jelly IhiiltH known a the Ch.iulauiiia -Pi). S.ile - good ttvn room h'-ino. grounus; uie cniiMiicrai 1011 nas?i,,.i. In tin removed Iroiti premises, liilrcai I'm: Scm-im i. ntllce. Vote for Mrs. Atbcrta Green Murphy, lor County Superintend demt ol Schools. Adv. .1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 is 1 1 . tif Kanst Clt,h.is IMin-luM d Hie C .1 Knock sleek of eloHdng, and ha lakeu poevsnn. Lee's Hit M iker will make 1u1r hen lay uiiini eyg.. Fur Silc hv I). '. fun. Mi's I'ruggM. ' ..lamc Kunkel had out a car 1 f c.ltlli : II. -I. Illlle). ,t car of ho. and Will Di'ir .1 car ol stok, Tuesda), of this week. .1 1I111 Sliiiinnn h.i purchased Hie fcrrt MHiie In luht liiMtit-. while Mr. Mii'iie will retain tin-1 pies and lln'i) biilue -Ml Ida fiussiiiiii, nf I'.hMim! tilt). Nilirka, I In-re llllin: her iir. - r inil Ml Alllll'l I 'dlsull, anil brother, Sehuuru, In. . Willi the c!oliik: ut Hie I li'illtailiua 1 Ihl )ear Mr. Dartsun will llkel) lay . 1 It out fur resident lots. Vote for Eari A. Rock for County Superintendent of Public Schools, at the annual school meeting next Tuesday. April 6th. Adv. Mrs ntlu Sellers, of Crab,', who had been here, for a week at Ihu bid side nf her father, wa enable I In re turn 'd herhoiui) lastTliurvliy.hyhl Improved I'indltliiu. Ill dauxhtcr, Mr. Mat tie Turtle, id Down, Kan sas, Is Mill wllh him. March J.ilh. ;t'i years ao, l;o, came iri Salurda). and this section was llled by one nf the worst bliz zard eer known. Tim wind came from Hie northwest, wllh heay snow, and by Sund.iv evening, had dilfled to .1 and I feet In depth. wlili Mm. () we, deyer lsilll con- lined In her bed, llenr) IViet, Ns than Smith. MIk Uppermati, M Sarah Kelley and Verne Me)er are convalecliiK AllN-rla, Hie four)ear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles fatterson, I a ery s'ck child from meales and pneumonia, and Is In the care of Mrs, Kelper, of St .lo-epli, a trained nurse Hell. I'. Moriian Is atlll sutTerliii; greatly from stomach trouble, and Is conllned In bis bed much of hts I lino A .1 .lamUnn, soulli of rorest CUV, I satil to Im a very sick man, with pneumonia, Charley Me)cr tells us his brother, rieorue. Henry ami Wlllard aio still unite pnnrli; his nephew, ltaphael son of Wlllard, who Inst .tho shtht of an e)u some three weeks agn, by he Ink' struck wllh a lull, Is ilohitf nice ly, ecailii)- the necessity of the re moval of the eje. Miss Catherine (ialbreath, near this i'li, now f.l )ear.s nf ai;e, and a resident, of this county for forty tears, Is very low, with a complication of diseases. Vote for Mrs. Albcta Green- Murphy for Cnunty Superinten dent ol Schools. Adv. You heller net In your order fur that New Departure Cultivator. Tell me. I will savo It for yon. D. M. Mahii.s T. .1. HilUe, and Jack Cotton. ( f Kxodus section, were hero Saturday, on business Mr llulehas tl acres In wheat which he sats looks line The roads are Kctlln! In condition fur traveling. -Mrs. (). M ICiillil ha returned from thu hospital In St. Joseph, anil Is now at. the home of her daughter Mrs. W. II. K nek.. on Ihu west side. The roads haxe been so had, Mr Knliflit Ins lii-!i unable In take her out home. She Is Improving rltiht alonir.-Cornlntr Mirror. March '.'litb A letter to a friend here from K'-Omnty Clerk .tiller, written Irom Holly Sprhii;, Arkansas, slates he and Ceorue :im liuy iieltluu llielr farm ready, flowers aru In blrom, and all nature I allte. They are Ixith well, and siemlnKjy coutcntid with their siirriiiiiidlnk''. Cast your vote for EARL A ROCK lor County Superinten dent of Public Schools, at the annual school meeting ntxt Tuosday, April 6th. Adv. Mrs W. li Mejer left Thursday, for a llt with her daughter, Mrs. W. I, l.elser, ut lllackbnrn, Missouri. from theie she went tu New Ha tin, Missouri, where brother and hlter met fur a reunion, on the occislJiiof her molher'H thith birth er Ali'UI ll u ciis'K l lie patrousann a nuuitier uf inner from adjoining dlslrlcis bean lo Cnliitreriate at Ihu schuidhoilse, lirliiw lui basket and lub full uf tfooil tlilurfs In eat Such a feast Is really Indescribable. Sutllce losa) that It consisted of ever) Kood tiling luuiilualile. The pupil and teacher rendered an excellent program during I he alter- lionii, the main fealuio (d which wa a play nheti by the pupil The White school ciiwd a tery sue ceslul term on Krlday, uf lal week, March L'ltth, under the tutorship of Mis Nellu frussmati, one of Holt' mot promising putitf teachers A splendid literary prurain was pre sented. Including a little pity that charmed and delighted the audience. The patrons wave freely from their larder, and thu result was a dinner, such only as Hie people of Ihu rural sections can sere, and all went home dellXhtetl wllh the worV of their teacher, the program and dinner Special for Saturday: StltuHi it's Coffee, in bulk, per pound 15c hl"ctri(. Spark Laundry Soap, 6 bars 25c Mdttli s, '8 boxes 25C Large cm Lyc Hominy 8C Larue White Herring, 6 for . 25c La rot package Washing Gas, 2 for IOC Lanju can of lied Salmon 15c I I I I Remember we sell eoal Oil at 6c per gallon ' at all times. Cash Paid for Produce at all times. Vote lor Mrs. A bsrta Grcon- Vole for Harvey A. Evans Murphy lor Ccunty Superinten dent ol Schools. Adv. .mil Hoy C K u n U el for Alder- men of the West Ward, adv .1 .I.SIuis. of Waveri), Illinois, who I a brother of Mr Clara Kneile. attendid the funeial id Will Kueale In Malt laud, Sunday last Mrs. I'.. M. Austin, of St. Josfili, peut ihedo. March 'Jiith, wllh lnr sl.ter, Mr U ( Utile), the occasion , hulm; Mrs llule)'s sixteenth ''.') hlrtli day. j l'uderthi! new stale v.:mv law only a shule hook and line m i) Im used in MIssmiiiI for 111 In.' iliiilni; the mouths of April and Ma), the sp.iannik,' '"li -Miss I.IHIjii Markt, ihiiKhicr of Mrs. l.uelU Markt. Urt-ii. and Ita'ph It Smith, both of SI. .losi-ph, were granted a marriage license hi St. Jo seph. Wednesday, March'.1.!, I'.il'i. Mrs. Cora llestaud Mrs. tlorlrudu lij anil liuthuid, and Mr. Kniini Nuw Is thu 1 1 inn in smoke your meat. Wrlnht's Condensed Smoko will do It No danger of lire and u-ry llltle I rouble, for Salo at. f mi. t. it''.- Diiru Stihii:. . Wo ureatl) enjn)ed a visit Mon day from I.. D. Locke, manager and associate editor of the Cralu Leader. Wu found him a most uenlal and companionable fellow, and cotiKratu- late him on hi most excellent work on cumluk' tu the Leader. We conwratnlitB frank llalhorn on his marrl.ue lo Mrs. Mar) K I Dlschner, which occurred at falls City laid Saturday. Mrs. Dlschner Is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. (!. W. Camp bell and has been visit Ink' hero fur several mouths. - Curnlni: Mirror, March IM -We had a delightful call frlday, fmm "1'ncln" Tbuinas Miller, of for- Ldward. of :sew Mexico, aiteiineii est city, who was on his way to the the funeral ol their father, .lames H. ! i..0 district, for a visit with his fa) ne, which was held Saturday ef (Uutcr, and husband, Mr. and Mrs, lay, which occurred Sund.i) last, March '.'Mb. Circuit Clerk Dunham and family weru Mound City vIsliurH a few da)s the past week. Mr. Dunham then went over to Savannah as a wit ness In the Wu Tarklo dralnaue canal suit. W. M. Morris, W II. Illchards ami frank fetree were also In Savan nah Monday en the 111k Tarklo Milt. Thu case, however, was continued on motion till Saturday, of thlx week. Vote for Mrs. Alberta Green Murphy for County Superinten dent of Schools. Adv. last week Uncle Hubert Young passed his, S!h anniversary, the "01 1 1 of this month While old age Is telling on1 lilin to some extent, )et he Is very ac tive for an old mau.-Curnlng Mirror, March Will. I i Get your Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Grape Vines, Etc . at tha Nursery -and get them early.- Wo now have most of our stock dug and ready .fordeiivery. MURRAY NURSERIES. John Lacey, lie Is now hv-hlsHllli )ear, an I is wonderfully well pre served. Ilu was an early day teacher of our county, having taught at. Ore gen, t'nlon, Klmsey, Mill Creek, Dak land, Culp, Monarch, Gordon, and others. McDonald, THE TAILOR At Drnvson-l'iiiiiplit'll's. Suits Cleaned,, .Pressed 'T", anti Repaired, s ' Satisfaction Guaranteed. Annie, feaeh. Cherry, fear and flum trees of the leading varieties: drapes, Strawberries, llaspberrles and most all kinds of berry plants Asparagus roots, Ilhubarb roots and many kinds of Ornamental stock, aru now reailv for our patrons. Call at Nursery or give us shipping Instrnc Hons. MfiiiiAY mjuhkiih'.. -We regret greatly that the pres sure on our columns this week, owing to our report of the late overseers' meeting, that wo aru unable to reach the report of tho W. (). W. meeting recently held at Hannibal, but hopi to do fo In our next Issue. This Is one of Hid greatest benellclary orders of the world, having a large member ship In Holt county. No preventing providence, we hope to piiuiisn u nexi week, -The Junior of this paper and his vvlfo, who have been In Corpus Chris tl, Texas, for (he winter, expect to return home within the next eight or ten days. They will leave Corpus today, and on their return will stop at San Antonio, Natalia, where they will visit a day with Mrs. Knowles, and daughter, Miss Kate; the.tilaiLl.Vf Lie ltock, Kansas City, St. Joseph pd! ill !.., TM.oli mnv rlnil'llllv Jll HUIHC, AHUM .; beglad lQ, know that their Improved health Justifies them In returning, and that their health may continue I to Improve on their return. His Will. The will of John L. Cornel, of Craig, who dlrd March t till, aged M years, lelt a will which was executed December 'J I, IHU. It waswrltleu by ( . I s.rews, who i uiaiio rsremur ot the will. It wu witnessed b) lira , ScrlvuerandJ. II. Hunt. j He bequeaths tu his wife his Craig , residence and I. Is farm of 170 acres, In XuM, lu, during her life. , To his son, James C, he gives flu and a loan of (Vsi, which Is In be re milted under certain condition. The remainder uf hi proerty Is to Ih divided i-iiially to the following, advancement considered: William II .Scott. John 1'. andlCharle I. and tfiauilsou, Loul. son uf James C. and Mrs. Mary D. Masse). Should Ourhs L din without Issue, then blsshaiu lo pis to his wlfu during her life, itnl al her death the remainder lo go to Hie living heir mentioned In thu III. Had a Uirllitlny. Tiik)i.iSi:ntim:i. sends lis sin- eitst congratulation lo Mr, liobeit Moutgomt-i). on leaching auotlur milestone In a long, beautiful lite journey, on MiiiiIjv last, .Muicii JMIi lionld Mr. and Mrs. .Montgomery ln tpariil till November I ll li Ihlsyear, they will have Jimriii-ved logether lor "ii)ear. Mav II !' so. Owing lo road conditions, their son, Hiram, and famll) vveie unable In be wllh them However, Mr and Mrs. Ilan) M Dimgaii and Mr Amanda Dm,- gall eiijii)td the da) with them. For City Aldermen, tin I he tlrst side of Ihl issue thu variuu candid lie are mentioned fir cltyallenneii.il the etecllon tu hu held next Tuesday. Messrs. .1. I . Wlillmer and ll.irvev Kvansaru mt-u- l lulled as Ihu candidates fur the west ward. Since lhal time llo) C. Kun kel has consented to make the race for the long term, and lie and Mr. Lv- an are pronouncedly In favor uf piv lug, and their friends aru urging the. people of that ward to give them their hearty support. . WktSiiikCIti.kn. I Let The Contract. I'lio lllgelovv sclmol board has let the contract for the building of their new central High school toOeorgeW. Wright .Nf Sou, of St. Joseph, for t!l,'.i."i, The heating and plumbing was let to .1. II. Kitchen & Co, of Kansas City, fortLiWX The work will liegln Immediately following the close of school, about April '.ti.h, and will be pushed for ward to completion to lie ready for the opening of school In September. I T. G. Frye & Sons WANTED! 1 HORSES and MARES 1 . V V.-:. Oregon, Friday, April 9th Mound City, Satur day, April 10th. Ad mis i i h- Iii voir town on dale named to huv 100 WHISK AND MA UK I 'it In ,v ear old. from IIiniio IWO Hit., 'for artillery pnrp'ie Tliesi- II is, s i.wi Mure must he thick made and aliout sound, heavy Imiie, uii.v i i bill MuM gray. Inn II K V I) 'Mini I in .'ii years old, linn to '.shki pound 'I'hese horses can Im li'i n i l-l.ril If In shlpidng condition, ALL STOCK Ml 'ST UK FAT. Do not stand around If )nn have a fat li irsi. or in I',, in id It tu me. I Iihhi thu market for them. -Clvu inn a look. I win invluce you the market I ship to will please )nu hi price. FRANK ADAMS "The Old Reliable Horse Buyer." Vote for Harvey A. Evans and Roy C. Kunkel for Alder men of the West Ward, adv Clip Interest Coupon No. ." from Oregon luterurban Hallway llonds and L I Moore, Treasurer, will pay them. Jonas Watson and family mined this week Into thu Will llragg prop erty, vacated by Mrs. Nichols and children. Andy Tochterman and (ieorgu Celvin have each bought a Ford car from the Keeves-llragg agency. This Is George's third ford. MOORE 4 KREEK, GROCERS. New Departure Cultivators, Emerson Plows and Disc Harrows, St. Joe Listers and Cultivators The very best; there is, Ret the price be fore you buy. Yours for the Best and Price the Lowest. I SAVE YOU MONEY ON HARNESS. D. M. MARTIN. MAILORDER DRUGSTORE., If your lot'ol druHillal cannot mppty J your wimi, Hi-nil lit ub supply anylMnM In (lie ilruM buatnraa.- SCHOI'FI.IN PHARMACY, Hlh 4 Kdmond Sis., SI.JoMph, Me. Evangelical Church. Our Oregon Monday school will ren der a musical program rtext Sunday. The pastor expects to preach an Ras ter sermon at ll a, m. .Thero wll be preaching at Nlckell's drove In the evening at H o'clock. Everybody Invited, to attend these aervlces. f astob.