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T.A. ting,' Veterinary.
Horn, to Ira Alklreand wife, Sun day, Junu 2", 1M5, a boy. lied Crortn Gas, 0) cents. Cook & KosrKit. Mrs. A. Vanllusklrk visited with friends In 81. Joseph, Tuesday of this week, uiaries iicadley has purchased a Sludehakcr touring car, fully equipped Mrs. Scott Carson, of the Lincoln Khool district, left Stindiy for a visit with relatives In Omaha, Nebraska. Mrs. Wick Greene Is conllncd to the house with a well descloped case of measles. The little Infant son.of George A. Ilaker anil wife Is very sick with spin al meningitis. Dr. K. B. Kearney, of St. Joseph' was In Oregon, last week, on profei slotial business. Dr. W. V. Turner, Osteopath, lias located In llm Martin building, and Is no ready for business. For Sale A few household aril clcs. Call at residence. Dr. W. C. I'liouu. for Sale too bushels good corn Call on or address V, II, Springer, Oregon, Mo., Itoutel. Farmers' Miotic. George Watson and wife and Charles 1'itterson left this week for a few weeks' stay al Kxcelslor Springs, Mo. Dr. J. Ii. (login reports a line girt bxby lorn to Kn-d Ktder and wife, of Curroiuielghbarhood.Sund.iy, .lnrieL'T, WIS. Wlllird t I'roud. Hio, liar, Nose, Throit. ."ii:i I'rancls street. Annex Tootle I.tinun Hank, St. Jo H'ph, Mu. IIs K.ithetlne King Is at home fur lliu Miimnur vaiMth.ii frum the State I'nlverslty. cuiiMientl Co burn N happy. Mall your Hints today, hick tomor row. Duvoluped all sires, IDo roll, cir cular free. The Kodik l inMilngCo,, St. Joseph, Mo. -MlvsMeta liiittv. of Mound Cltj Is visiting here, the guest of her tin clu and aunt. Judge II. 1'. Morgan and wife, and other relatives, Crouse, I'alnter .V Co.. of Mound City, Mo., have a new well-boring ma chine, depth l.Vi feet. Farmers' I'hone, SO. Inilepcndcnt. '.Mb. The Keeves llragg Auto Co, of Oregon and Mound City, sold to Jcc Mitchell, of Forest City, last week, a tlvepassenger, fully equipped, Iteo louring car. Freeman .V Greeno are painting the garage uf Cook & Foster. It's a loud yellow, trimmed with aloud red, wldcli adds muchly to the appearance of the building. Theworkonournew' i!.i,Ki High school building Is being pushed along by Contractor bchraage. The excava tlon has been completed, and the con Crete foundation Is being put In, -Miss Nell Graham, with the Hell Telephone Compati), of St. Joseph, came up Saturday, of last week, and remained over Sunday, the guest of her parents, F. 11 Graham anil wife. fled Crown Gas, cents. Cook tt Fostkii. -Mrs. Zetta I'hllbrlck, of St. Jo seph, Is here for a visit with her son beciureoif'Womcn'sSurTrageand'.i'reu rnnuricK and family, and e emperance," next Sunday night at S peclally hlo Until July 4th, our Special Sale on Buggies and Spring Wagons will Interest you. II you are in the market you can't afford to overlook these prices. FRANK FOSTER. John U Lewis, of Hickory town ship, Is now the owner of a Dodge Ilrus. louring car, fully equipped, that was delivered to him last week, by Cook .V Foster, of this city, agent (or this car. Henry Bejfer, of Nebraska City, Nebraska, Is here, called by the aer-' lous Illness of his parents, John K Seyfer and wife, who are quite foQlai We bope to Itarn of their uaf ly' iuf. proTvoient. t Howard T are and wife led Mori day of tills week for San Krahclscd and Hah' DIUgo, California, where they' will remain for several weeks' at' tendlng'llie expositions, and vlsltlifg wltrV'relativei:1 " -".u -i'rof.'ji bV.Ensif; nf ',,l (SiiSilIrt ml U t UUli HI"". III V sir. BUDerlnteiidenf ' ubllo' sclioMls, al!(l"wHo Is nuitliir hli Vacation iillli Ills mntliRr school' ma'tters.' Sii'ndiy 'and 'Moiiday Hit.' and Mrs. John Is Noellscl) are now riding around la a alt. cylin der, fully equipped, live-passenger, Chandler car, luio model, which was delivered to them .Saturday of last week by the agents, Cook Si Foster. Mrs. Cloning KunVel and little son, William, of Anadarko, Oklahoma, are here, the guests of her moUier and sisters, Mrs. Mary Hostetter, Miss Mary Hostetter a'nd Mrs. Samuel Schulte, and many other relatives and friends. W. E. Everhart, that prince of good fellows, has our sincere thanks for a crate of fins canUlopes, from his far southern home, Corpus Chrlstl, Texas. They were sweet- and de licious, and you can Just bet thatvwe will long remember hhp, aod bops that his f bujow may sever grow lest. T o'clock. Everybody Invited Jonas Watson, one of our confec tioners and restaurant men, had busi ness In St. Joseph, Monday of this week. Louis Streckebeln, of St. Joseph spent a few days among us, and visit' ed his gratidHin, 1-red I'hllbrlck and family. If you need money, see Lukens & Keown. Attractive rates, prompt ac lion, quick service. A little Hume Money available now. Itemember that we will send you Tub Se.nti.nkl and Kansas City Weekly Star, one year, for only $1.50, price or tiik skntiskl alone Horn, to Henry Noble and wife, or the Highland school district, In Forbes township, 'Monday, June 'J, a line baby boy, Dr. J. L. Hogan In at tendance. Mrs. Mary A. Netlns, of New I'olnt, visited a tcwdays'thlsweek.al thJT. W. Maupln home. Grandma Is now )ears old, and Is enjoying reasonable good health, -iMrs. Ada Itcese anddaughlcr, Miss Meda, of Concordia, Kansas, arrived I uesday evening for a several weeks visit with her parents, Andy llurrler and VjKe, and other relatives, John Nedrow and wife, of Vvrdon Nebraska, were visiting. Mondav and Tuesday, at W. M. Stewart's. Mrs, Nedrow was formerly Miss Zella Waggoner, a niece of W. II. Stewart. - Carl Huntsman will open the doors of the Alrdome moving picture theatre. Saturday evening, of this week. u also iinderMaiitl that union meetings will be held there on Sunday evenings, in the near futuru. L. It. Springer and wife, of llosen dale, spent a few ilas here, visiting ins urotiier, l Hester. He used to play good ball here when a inemhvr uf the Oregon club. He Is still In the produce and poultry business, -Earl Nichols, of Crelghton, Mo. anil Miss Marie Ella, daughter uf Da vld rulleii, uf Forbes, were married In this city Wednesday, of last week, June '.'.I, by Elder II. II, Dawson The couple win make their homu at Crelghton, Our Perfect Buaov. at manu facturer's prices, will surely Interest you. See IL The price Is the only cheap thing about this buggy. FRANK FOSTER. of XII (I Ilev. Clagell and wife were In St. Joseph, Wednesday of tills week, visit. log Id. brother, Itev. Dudley Clagett. A small family re union was held. I'rof. J. W. Kians, of the I'nherslty. or Arkansas, with his wife and children being present. It Is certainly a great pleasure to all our people to again be able to greet our greatly beloved fellow cltl en, T. t Diingan, on our sweets again, being so far recovered from his recent Illness as to he able to come up town almost dally Mrs. Edith Kaucher and daugh ter, Frances, left for their home In Memphis, Tenn., Friday last, after a two weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. C Dungan, and her sisters, Mrs. Charles Zachman and Miss Hortense. L.I.Moore was In Kanssa filtv and Excelsior Springs, a day or so, last week, going to the Springs, to bring home his car that he had to leave these, a few weeks ago, on account of Ui bad roads, occasioned by the ex ceisivvj rains at that period. r. M. G. Tllleryhas taken charge iv s-uuk rosier garage, nr a has had wide experience In Cltyjkarages, Is a first class mechanic, ancwusolutely guarantees all work to glvel-perfect satisfaction. He and wirciiave located In Oregon. s. Elwood McDonald, of St. Jo. accompanied by her three n, Daniel, Madeline and Lillian, re for a visit with Grandpa ranuma Daniel Knkel, Sr., and IDanlel'ls liatioV.- becalise he can plaj.Vase ball to his heart's i6nient; lt'4Vss Fayla Quick has ritar'n'd rwatl. from a visit of about three WMkrwIth ner father In San Diego, Oallftrnla, where she also attended thd (position, but was so home sIckAfje did not enjoy her visit or the roahvonderful things of Interest on exnipW r : . f.-J. Lukehewlll attend (lie llilr1 teetitli annual convention of the Mis sourt Htate Association of Rural Let ter Oarrjers, which will convene in Marshall, Mo., July ?and 3. John Is on the program, and will respond to the address of W. n. Black, president of. Missouri Valley College. -i. C. Hall, representing the liar rstt ManufacturlngCompany.of Kan sas City, owners of the Tarney paving patent, was here last week, and talked paving to our city council, It Is said to be a most valuable -paving, and Is thought favorably of by our mayor and some of tbt counelUaen. nd) Ise, and lastly, but mostly mat great Dig "White Hope," 1'rloe one of, If nut the llnest baby bo)s In northwest Missouri. t . , .... . rraim u. .eilir anil wue le this week, for St. Joseph, where It iiKCiy .Mrs, .eller win rase an opera lion pel loi mid. Her many friends I Hull county slncerel) hope the oper, tlon win not be of a scrums nature mid that shu will soon be able to turn home. , I'rof. Croscn, superintendent of the Mound City schools, and family, win spend the vacation months alparilso, Ind , where Mr. Crosen will conduct the telence department during the summer course of the tinl verslty. He graduated from tills mil verslty 'JT years ago. The C. E, society met last Lord day evening al the, Christian churcl The meeting was led by Mr. Perry iirooksaiiu was a very succesful one, beseral dear old songs were sung Next Sunday will be consecration meeting; all members should try to be present. All are Invited to these meetings. -Miss Irglnla Harding, a daugl ter of Mrs. Elvira Harding, who I a daughter or Mr. and Mrs. ,V II Kennedy, of this city, accompanlei her aunt, Mrs. Emma Splumcsscr, of rocatcllo, Idaho, to Oregon, for a vl It witii her t.randp and Grand mother Kennedy, and many othe relit I es. The Hoy Scouts had a three dais outing at lllg Lake, this wek There were six In the company, and tli escorts, three In number, half uf the number In the cuinpatii. ueru Ilev T A. Clagett, Guy Cuinmliisaiul Will .schultu. 'I hey returned Tliursilav amlreiKirtailellghlfiil time swlnimliii! anil lioal riding. Dr. W. W. Turner, O-topalh, will ins tsue anil utile daughter, are now residents uf Oregon HIsoOlcu Is In thu Martin building, In the two rooms adjoining T 0 Duugaii's law olllce which D. M. Martin has had titled il for him In line shape. Wu extend thu Doctor and family a hearty welcome to our little city. Arthur Ilackett, accompanied by ins wire and twochlldren.hls mother, In law, Mrs, Alice Hasness, and his sister, Mrs Maud Itoblnson, of St Louis, drove down from Fairfax. Sun day-last, lit hls i-ar.'and madu a brief visit wlliriils Jrother-liblaw, II. K Hasness, wife and clilldien, and othe reiauvei, returning home the same Jephtha Greene and sister. Miss Etta, are at home from Until, Idaho, for a visit with their parents, A. II Greene and wife, brothers and sisters, Jep., who Is engaged in the drug busl ness there w'll remain about a month and Hiss Data will not return until next September, when she will return to her duties In thu public schools of that placu. r.gia tiauer.ageit to stars, a na tive of Germany, and an Inmate of our county Intlrmary, for the past II years, died Saturday last from the In urmiiiesor oiu age. The body was brought to the Dawson Si Moore tin dertaklng rooms, and prepared for burial, from which place brief funeral services were held, the burial being in the Maple Grove cemetery. My Special Buggy Proposi lion will be of interest to those who are in the market for Buggies or Spring Wagens with in the next thirty days. FRANK FOSTER. Ilruce Ilurgess, yes, the genuine zephyr-voiced Ilruce Is here from Delaware, Ohio, where he Is a student In the Ohlo-Wesleyan Unlverslty.aadJ will remain until after the FouJthl after which, he will probably return to Kansas City, where his mother now resides. Well, we are all glad to see ilruce back, and only hope that lie 111 be able to remain with us thts summer, which we are absolutely cer tnln will l, llriiMa in - HHP 11 v" i" ; 7'r.r;.ittJ;.i . Dr. lVoud and hla .dearlbelqyed family tVilf ttmovtiTo St. Joseph'llils wek,,Jivlng.iijc4Jred a handsome home on 1'roipect avenue. The fam ily will be greatly missed In our social and religious circles. The Doctor Is enjoying a splendid practice In his specialty of tlie eye, ear, nose and throat. The entire family Is of the manor born, and thev wU suru v c r4lhht4 thawell wishes ,ol e rjbne.lri" tills 'section fof tali around. 'Master: Georgia Toiiey i,tQ be commended for his Industrious habits. lie hat' Corbmeti'ced working again for Wilson Urothers, blacksmiths and machinate. Last year, durlna the school vacation, 'he worked for this nrm Instead of Idling his time away on' the streets, and by the time he finishes school he will have nearly mattered a trade, so tliat lie can at onea go to work and get good wages, wlUiout having to serve a 'long apprenticeships. Stick to ItGeorgle, we and many othtrt are for you.', ' Returns From Chicago C. D. Zook, who, with his wife, left for Johnstown, I'emisy.vanla, a little over two weeks ago, for a lslt of sev eral weeks with relatives, but were called baeV to Chicago, by the sickness of their son In law, Dr. Sherman II, lllbbaiil, who U there under the care of a specialist, returned to Ortgon, Tuesday of this week, tie reports Dr. Illbbarilas getting along i.lcely,' and that, wlilie Itmiuld not he lolly determined tl. the spti-lallst,donol think that an oieratlon will be necessary. Mrs. Z.ook will remain tfiere for a few dajs longer to bewlth her daughter, and to assist and help In anyway that she can. Need Fixing. The board of directors of Siiaw Creek Drainage District, No. 1, met In Mound City, )au Mondas, June L'8, and a very inTMrestfng session was held. Every, member of the board was present, and business of great Im portance w a dlscused pro and con. The recent heavy rains caused the ditch tooveillow Its banks, Inundat ing thousatidi'of acres of fertile farm ing lands, and Inlllctlng thousands of dollars' wortli of damages to many llelds of corn, wheat, oats anil alfalfa. The banks and leiees In many dlller enl places were broken. The general opinion seemed to prevail that Hi ditch was not as wide nor as deep as it snouid he, that the banks-and lev ees were not high enough-many drifts had accumulated at t) I lie rent places, which should be removed, Many plant were dlmisstd as t what procedure would lie the best as so many illiTerenl points needed re pilrlng. 'I he dikes along D.ivlscne needed llxlng: the drifts south uf Na pier removtd, Some uf Hie dlncturs thouglit It would be best tu reorgau le and dig tint ditch anew along tin old lines, with some changes, also to deepen and widen I lie ditch uml uiak the hanks higher, su that II wotili carry olf the water, and IK II so that theru would absolutely never beany danger uf an oteiltow. After an all day session, nearly, the meeting adjourned, to .vu are In formed, without any definite action living taken, but the geireral Imprcs slon seemed to prevail that thu ditch needed llxlng. However, another meeting will bu held In the near fu lure, al which time It Is hoped some action will be taken, looking toward I lie permanent llxlng of this ditch. .oUrr'" I i7""K'"""Tii I I lc'RM'S-isl I I 'CloilBAS(i" urn p mm Save Half the Cos! BY VACCINATING YOUR HOGS WITH DR. REA'S SERUM Made nnd Tested Under Government Supervision Write for frco illustrated booklet, "How to Vaccinate Hogs. " It contains hundreds of testimonials from Veterinarians and Hog Owners who use only Dr. Rea's Serum. WRITE, PHONE OR WIRE DR. CHAS. L. REA MICE $1.21 A IOTTLE Cau(k I VucluU 20 StiMU Home Pboae Main 410 fell Phone Grind 4569 927 East 15th Street Kansas City, Mo. DON'T OVER-LOOK THIS -John heeves and Will llragg. of the Keevcs llragg Auto to., were In Kansas City, this week, on business. A tralnload of Overland antnino, 6lles were shipped to the Willys Over land dealer InKilnt, Midi., Wednesday, This train was made up of seventeen carloads of the new HUH Overland. In View of the fact that Flint Is located In the heart of the Michigan automo bile belt, this fact Is slgnlllcant. i.awrence walker is lust now about as proud a man as you will Unci within the entlru borders of Holt county, owing to the fact that his wife on .Saturday last, presented lilm with a daughter, making the family now two nueens and two kings. The new arrival hat been named Ophelia Auvergnu. Dr. Hogan, who Intro. luced the little Miss, says shu Is a splendid specimen, Dr. K. K. Kearney, ot St. Joseph. lias decided to locale In Oregon, and las rented the two north rooms, ud- iiairs, in the Vanllusklrk building, which are now being put In shape for ins occupancy. His wife will follow him, Just as soon as he can secure a house. The Doctor Is well known to the people of Holt county, and needs no Introduction at our hands. We bid him and wife a hearty welcome, The many friends of Mrs. Lucy Walllck will be sorry to learn of the death of her husband, Frank E. Wal ek, at .St. , Mari's.hosp,ltal, (n Itujfclo, JoloraK I fVfaf.vf taatlwatkafitr a lingering sickasssr-fro-ottMilHf - of the brain. Their home was In Fowler. Colorado, but Mr. Wallack had keen Utipit lie dfea aa.aiMva,aialri.i .Mrs, Wallack was formerly Miss Lucy Peter, of this city. Two little children, son ana (laughter, are also left to mourn. Mrs. Walllck has the sincere sympathy of a large circle of friends In her hour of bereavement. Fred Alklre, wife and son, of For est City, accompanied by his wife's Darenls.'Mr; and MrsiK.M. Lrvlmr.nf araotriatiotoraaor- vvwer--Te-thelr guests, made a record trip In their ord touring car, Sunday last. una 27. THev left Foratt CM v. Run. day, foiling, for Gallatin, thlsstate, arriving there at3 o'clock In the after noon, a distance of about 120 miles by yie route they had to take.. Fred is ports the roads fine, with one excen- tlon, and that IsVdeep mud hole at tin west end of the lower Hon bridge, In Holt county, and known at the Oppllger bridge, i fie says It Is a dally occurrence toseoacar belngpulledout of this hole by, a team, fie says the cltliens of that vicinity, and all who have to travel this road, think the county, court should give, this place D.actd there, eo It' will drain, thus &V cii'rlDg good road. " i v-xr-- r"'::' ! L - v J BUY YOUR BUGGY AND HARNESS OF D. M. MARTIN and save that $15.00 to buy ice cream lor your best girl on the 4th. WANTED! 200 Horses nnd Mares x'Vv',V.BBMtr-- BBeV Craig FKtt" Friday. July 9 Oregon Friday, July 9 Mound City gar., Saturday. July 10 AdnmH will h In oiwhuu i v.. v: rtuwbe .tti ck made nnd dboi t ro. nT wior, but llglifgruy. vv'i " yoiir town on date nnmHri hn wu WO ares tarnished If jnVhlMhg'cori'dition W ftW P9-U$ up' r; (FT ,These,horse$tli. U; uu oivwjk must i f. pt t, . . rrr : : . .. , MS ;L"!?rl Jt to me." I hkve the mJ I'r"0'' 'S J wiii wuvuice vou ine markflt i nhi .n7" ii: ,..rv,u.,w iwk --.--! vu aia u huh von in I " r- i price. FRANK ADAMS. - The 01dBeliable,Hdne, BvBt'.., , County Depository Wl"n(ln Forest City deposit vn,,, ),,, the Home Rank We Pay 4 Per Cent on Time Certificates of' Deposits. PhlUp Bchlotahauar, President L. I t.. t ' Ru T. Bh.ffl.W, Cashier BJK i - vniir ii. i J' lUdCvown Gas, 0 cents Cook & Fostcb. -Henrj 0. Cook had buato in, Kansa. citjr, Tuwda, of t'hleWert. mm