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I GATUN LOCKS ILIUMINATCO I I PANAMA CANAL Sis (JULY Nisi L1A JLiLJLJLJLiO 11112 1514 15 1617 18 19 2021 22 2524 25126l27l2829l505ll . CONAWAY'S BIGELOW BUDGET. From tlie News-JefTersonlan, June 17th, mis. D. P. DAllYXS, TOM CUNKV, rrcsiuent. Scc-Trcn. ilinel Printing and Publishing Cu INCORPORATED I I'CIII.ISHEHS HOLT COUNTY SBXTIXIJL, OREGON, MISSOUKI. Xntered t the I'ostonice, Oregon, Mo. as second class Matter. A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to the iniareiia oi me nest county In the Union. TIMB: 1 BO Per Tear. Wat Ike deli fellewlng yeer line III suril ef Ike paper. It telle Ike dale Mweieeyeir aeicripiiin le paid. Friday, July 9, 1015 inVCDTICItlr rt 1 Tr X r Display Advertising! lSc per Inch, run ol pnper, where dl. play exceed three Inches: un der three inches, 23c per Inch. Llne Kntca: 10c per line, drat Insertions flc per line, ench nd. ditlonal Inaertlon. All straight readers to be counted at line rates, unleaa mnltcr exceed hall column, over that to be 35c per Inch. Yearlv Contract: 12 L2c per Inch, net, ench Inaertlon. Where an advcrllaement ha extra composition, same will be charged accordingly. (Thea. Rate. ar NET lo All Advertisers and Aitnl..) Notice. Beginning the tlrst of the year, T Skntinbl decided to charge a lucnurcnei, scnoois, and all societies, for all liwal n,l nMl... published, where there Is a money vu.iiiuersiion maie by the churches, echoolj, societies, etc. All nf th n. pere In the county have always iirKeu ior mis ciass or matter, and In Justice to ourselves and our con temporaries, and on account of the Increased cost of all things entering Into tho production of a newspaper, we decided to adopt this course, and It la still In force. Strict Neutrality About the most absurd Mory jet to mi! ironi in the war golp Is the one from Holland, that the I'nltixl Sl atptt prevented Japan from sending an srmy oi .wu.nw men lo the Kuropean war front bv ulvlnir an nillclit I, hit not to dii It. The I'mIIpiI Statu tln notilo things of that son. The Ku ropean diplomat and militarists nrouaoiy win never lie i i ii in iitwt,,r stand our Ideas and metliril. As a people we would dMIketotec a iai'iiee srmv seiiL in Kiirmia .inati iissno leginmaie interest in Ktiropean affair. She has suiTered tod much al ready from the military fever. Her Interests lie In the llrlvnt. ir wlllconllne her actlvl les there the otien predicted war between Japan andtlieUflltedStateaulll unless we are so fooIWi and so un reasonable as to keep trampling on her sensibilities. Hut. much aa It I for both her Interests ami our own, nroaniy sneaklm. far her nut in umi an arm v to Kurone. ih I'tiii.iiiat... Government has not been giving her any advice on the subject. We are not mlxlm? In Hit. i nil hut letting things go on as near the evenoi tenor tiiiir r iiiv mm fore the war. asi)Ossllile.liiknlififii.. theorist the militarists, the embargo lajersatw all others who would have uie government Ho something lo at feet the outcome of tllft Uir. Prut. I dent Wilson has clung (irmly to t lie iruc policy oriiolngabsoltitely nothing In an active way except uphold our neutral rights and the practices of humanity. And In this policy the peopie are Willi mm. The roof was blown niT nf ti, lllgelow Grain company's shed one night last week. Chtrler Know les dranl tlm nm. posed state hluhwav fmm lii.f r..i - " ' r - mi n io iwo mnes west ast Momlav mnm Ing. The Ilrlt llrldsmon usrik-o li ii, roof on and the work Is irnlnir ln,. In good shape, and with good weather anouiu ue completed this week. K. Slater boiivlit cr n t cattle In Corning last Monday and nu mem snipped Here where he will feed them out on his farm west of town. itobert Drown and Jem nimrin dragged the new atate highway road irom uie southwest corner of Walnut Meadow farm to IHir Tirk u.t oaiuraay. Klmer Darker reelvftsshl nmsnt oi i.j.ju nounas or t nti no iin. t,nm Jefferson City the first of the week snuoiTiued up me twine with his neighbor. The Deacon and Tom In tlm nt.i reliable Skntinki. last v cri.ini.. did themselves proud In writing up me wound city celebration and we are glad to see that their bean r. In the right place. W. (i. Maler drai?Pil between Ilk' Ditch ami tin rrntft roads west of town, also several streets around town, sllkstocklngrow and poor peoples' allev last Kitnnlir. Dutch lllll Is surely there when It comes to dragging road!, Work Oil the new sclmnl lnillilln,. nas been nrcttv bui v de aiil tin .r couni oi tne rainy weather. A car loan oi sand was received Monday and several lirlrl; mitnn nn r.rt. St Joseph Tucsdar. and If id weainer man win just get on hlsgood uenavior tne work will ltd l umt in good shape. Uoad Overseer D. K. Wllsnn ed the road from the northeast corner of his Dlacu to the cross mnli a mil. north one day last week and the Terry boys dragged the road the llrst of this week making a imntl rnml This road Is In Itoad Overseer .Vol ley s district and Dan thought he Wnilltl liplnlilm nitl Ilia n.i.nl. ..I. I.t. - "' tti.ivil, niiitii goes to show that Dan's heart Is In me iiKiib pisce. The Missouri river Is reported to he the highest of the season, and the llurllngton COmnant ha a larttn fnfta of men near the Hunker place pro tectlng their dump It Is reported that one day last week the rlvercame very near cutting through Into the lake and had It not been for the fact that there was a van nf n.... .i..t. there to stop the cutting the river nuuiu nave gone through. This Is a bad place, the nennl nr., n a.i.. avv are certainly fortunate In having una lorce oi men on the Job. Italoll Ltate fnr Inma a Ima I, a. w v. owiuv tlUid 11(19 been dragging the road from the Vest arm soum to tne corner where Kd. Graham Uvea. This Is an old dyed-in-the-wool gumbo road and pretty hard to keep up In shape. From re port It seems the Hoy With a Smile Is theonlv one on idia mH , ivmM niiv H done any drasirlnir thla aann ti.... are a lot of other people In that neignooriiooa who use this road and they should do their narf. In l.slnlnrt out on this road. Ilalph has a drag of o"" iiiai ne win loan to any one "nu win use it. Mrs. J. S. Jettlsnn itia vn nu. antly suorlsed last Mtni. - - --v..t.. when nultea crowil nf i..r r,i.n,i. proceeueu to i er h me and reminded her that June 21st and the longest day In the tear uaa - " J 'V. BtAl.Vtll uiruiiiay. .sandwiches, cake (mighty line cake too), and pickles wercscrved, and everyone spent a very pleasant evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Ashcr, (lllll neer mlses a feed), T. J. Ilrldgmon and wife, G. W. Courier and wife, J. S. Jelllson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ilrldgmon, Mrs. Kmlly Chiming, Mrs. Henry Overlay and grand daughter, Georgle Klmsey, Mrs. G. A.Conaway, Mr, A. W. Chunliig, Mrs. J. C. Illn lile, Mrs. Ilradford Williams, Mrs. W. B, Preston, Mrs. Jennie Handier, Mrs. Kthel Osborne, Mrs. Dan Lark Ins, Mrs. Mary Tore), Mrs. G. W. Hunt. Mrs. Colli- limn im,.., Cutaway, Mary II Inkle, Gertrude and .'iiiureii wamer, Jean and Julia Mc Kte. Ilessleand lllanrlm Hum ri... line Larklns, Nellie Williams,' Joe 1 1 inciter, i.smonl and Majnaid Os borne. Frank Walkvr. nt.rr . tj ..iii, iii. liobert Asher. fipn Wii.a.. i. . vv. miii, aitft L,nuning. Not the Meanest. ' The thug who swindled a 13 year old boy out of his bicycle Is not the mesnest man in (lie world He Is the meanest we know of and he will re main ao until another atlll meaner come along. This meaner gentleman la lurking at present In some secluded pot, living In the contemplation of 111 own meanness. He will bob up eome day and rise to prominence by securing from a widow the savings of a lifetime or by robbing a blind man of Ida dav'a waves. Nn man u !, meanest man In the world.. Some one i always a little meaner and so It will go on down the ages. For Sale A Crown Piano, with fulUr attachment good as new. Call on or axMraas, D, N. Gamer, For-set-City, Mo., Route 1. Little San Marino. San Marino, smallest rnnlill- In the world and the oldest In modern history, has again come Into prominence. It has tlprir.i u.. against Austria. The whole country a not, nan as uig as Kanias City, but It holds a commanillmr nntltlnn t; might be used by the Austrlana as a uase tor aviators. That Is why San Marino entered the war. dcnAmli ntr nn Italy to do whatever tluliilm, i. ....,.,. , a necessary to protect the rennhii' territory. San Marino Is perched on a anur nf me eastern Arjennines. nnt far m. the Adriatic sea. Tradlllnn liaalt ti.. till liny nation was fniiml.rl . iiirisuan retreat by Saint Marlnui, and historians say It Is certain that a monastery stood on the site of the present town as early as the ninth century. In the course of time a constitutional government was es tablished, and SanMarlnnmalntiln.H Its freedom during all the wars of the roinaie ages. Kven Napoleon respect ed Its autonomy. Dosslblv imnina i. ...... i.i I. uuuiu ruaxe no use or such rugged Dlece of mountain atAnpv Last January San Marlnn ant 'inin the war new hy refusing to permit uerman commissioners to Investigate a charire that snles wcr iitin u,i.. less station within the republic for communicating with rarls. That re fusal was orobablv at Italv'a in.ti:.. tlon, for subsequent events go to now uixi naiy was at no time anxious ior uie Teutons to dominate the nuie nation. .S.n Mw'no la the twelfth nation to enter tha utar hut II. . vz ... ... ' I WHV IM. UJVItSIICB IB not measured by Its size. It Is a vent age point from which to maneuver fleets and armies, and aa such Is necessary to Italian sucesa. A Foe ol Vice. Hecause of his ovem-aloiitimta. An. thony Comstock has been dismissed as a postouice inspector. This roe of vice Is 71 years old and his retirement from olllclal position marks the pass Inir of ail Inlhlenrv that ha ilnni. much for American homes and might have done more had real been directed by better Judgment. When In 1T:I Mr. Comttrv k In secretary of the New York Society for the Suuoressloii nf Vlr ami uie made a postolllce Inspector, there was crying need or a vigorous light against lewd nlctures anil nprnlrlnna nam. phlets which were then Hooding the country, ne led tne iignt and accom Dllshed irreit results. I If ilnti more than H:'0,0(Hl pounds of obscene literature and pictures and brought to iustlce more than .liiOO criminals. These llgures alone visualize the need oi an Anthony Comstock. llecleaned up the tllthy publications but he did not stop there. The Philadelphia meager says or him: He beiran to sen vim uliprn nnn existed. He became an Incorporated conscience winch could not help pay Imr dividends at reirnlar Inlsrt-al When there were no mora rirairnnc and Wicked knluhts to cnmitier Iib took to Jousting at windmills. He became the apostle of the uncleanll ness of the bodv In a wnrltt awakn. Ing to the fact that the body Is not unclean, but beautiful. 11 Is efforts to drape nude statues and olcturea and toaupress books which show human nature as n is, instead ot aa prudery Would have It annear. exnoarl lilm in ridicule and furnished ammunition tq many wno opposed ills crusade from base motive's. Mr. Comstock would not hava lnl Ills iob iisd.lia raallTvri uliat li. accompltslie'd and the real reason for It. We are not a nation of prudes. mere is such a thing as being over zealous about some things, such a thing as working greater harm than KOOd In Settlnir un onu'a own nartlt-n. jar notion as the only guide for others io ioiiow. nui. in salts or ills limit.. Hons, Mr. Comstock must be given mUCIl 01 the Credit for tlm l-nmnii, tlve freedom from objectionable pub llcattons which the United States an, Joys today. Red Crown Gas, 0 cents. Cook tc Fostbh. To the Fubliot From now and aftnr Mil date i Will not bfl reshanalhla fnr in, . . v. "J WV tract made, oi debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Grace Wilson. J. n. Wilson. Forbes, Ho. June 23, 1016. Switzerland in America. Glacier National Park if .a iov timt Switzerland In cloned to tint tourist world, Glacier National Park in nortliwt'Htttrn Montana bo coini'H tlm nu.'cca of tlioit wlio lovti the riiKKed moun tain fuiiimry and outdoor life. I know of no other nnot in all the world thnt in in any way Himilar to Glaoier Na tlonnl Park. It olferw to the vacation neeker, weary of the fanienenH in ocean or land travel or the monotony of the neanhore or mountains, ai distinctive outing unrivaled. ImuRino the fascination of nn nnto-stnge, horseback or walking tour of thin Amer ican Alps country, stopping at mngnificent tourist hotels, attractive chalets or tepee camps, as your fancy dictates. There's nothing like it. It is inexpensive too! Get the Burlington's Glacier Park folder today and look it over. J. T. BIRMINGHAM, Ticket Agent, Forest City, Mo. Attention, Comrades! Members of Meyer I'ost, G. a. R., win noiu ineir nexL regular mi nn at the home of Guv r, Riimmii,. . - . "... J Ull Saturday, July 24, 1015, at 2:30 p. m., susru, iu aneno to such matters as may come before them, and alert fn the purpose of having a group picture laaen ui ine memoors or the I'ost. a. W. Cummins, Commander. F. S. Mouoan, Adjutant. See my Perfect hueav at fai-tn,. price. Frank Fostkb. Dodge Brothers MOTOR CAR You hnve rend tho specifi cations before, but you con well nfibrd to rend them ngnln nsn reminder of how fine the enr renlly is: I'rr rr.nti trpi .IIITy i-utullv Mat Itltl.tr I lif'.lir;: ilirp, M.fi lulllri! t Catuial mr.'iil l.lfi .initnlltii- ttl ImIji mil it ihiIiIiiI Irnilrr-i ,-VVU It. . hi'"' lot, lor III. mt.i'titl.lf I, mil; full n, Mills irar ',n TlD,ra Uiirliiit llifucml: Imimrtnl kI t-tl Uarlnr la cltiti-h and tmn if.tl'-m mitrri'na'f KNtnttion ir.tiirriflof li-itill Ni rlhi l mutur-nriirrator fnr lr. I ill m.il llkl.llic; rlMutrli'alliiK Cl,lutt.f Vj nxtllii in ,-I i-fintr.: ilni furk'liic ami llloit i'll Iti'ltatl nf i'ttll C". tl- l,.. Il.j.i I. ( llrrl t II iirlv.if il.r "r rt-iap tlr l t;.'i f it li. Iiitmli' COOK cS; FOSTER. aaM ml scntrnWrn K lsiLsLa 1, S Wl,'"t '!tili,y it .H. T ! " t,IM , ''lie popular oi. .'. berau.i.itg ves better Vervi. e I'ver ,,,st. Popular aWin. be- Vi ,H ,,I,I!,,H1 " winlly under. kk by eyerybiiily. And witli all the 1 I-till the san e d . l'Kord,ai.,l sells fr i!i) than last year-besi.les the plan of Alining prollts with the buyers. K'lyw will share in proilts if we m-II at rtitail :ioo,i)OU .hv Fords ears iH-tween August 1!H and A.igliJt ijj? on display n, sale at Keeves liragg Aulo Co Oregon and .Mound City, Mo. ' McCORMICK'S Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Hay Loaders, Sweep Rakes, Side Deliv ery Rakes, Hay Carriers, Forks and Track. Everything in the Haying and Harvesting Line. Binder Twine and Repairs BURRIER & SOHULTE UilJ.l.'. .