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A Surprise. Sunday. June 2i 11)15, there Rath crcil at tlio Ilrolian liome, In tlie. May Doner district, seven miles east of Oregon, the children, Kramlchllriren, neighbors and friends to a Koodly number, to help Iluifli Ilrolian cele Urate the slxty-llrst anniversary of tils birth. A tine dinner was served at noon, to which every one did jus tlce. All of Mr. Ilrelian's children were present except two. ItlsdauKh tcr, Mrs. G. !). Stovall, husband and six children, from Crali, were there, Others present were: Will Stovall, ofCrah-; Mrs. Will Harris and chll ilren, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Harris and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ttayhtll, Stella, Ida and Josephine Ileckman and Maude Foster. At a late hour the guests left for their homes, wish ing Mr. Ilrolian many more iiappy birthdays. .. Four generations were represented al this gathering, and a picture was taken, which we hops to be able to publish In the near future, as the tialf-tone could not be procured In I Imo for this week's Issue. The Eastern Star. - Mrs. Ilerl Everson, District Deputy Worthy Grand Matron, of the Klghtli District of the order of the Kastern Star, went up to Maltland, Monday evening, accompanied by a party from the Forest City lodge, to ex amine and preside at the regular meeting of that chapter, In the party were: Mrs. John I'cret, Worthy Matron; llerl Kverson, Worthy l'alrmi: Dr. and Mrs. Mul lock, Past Worthy Patron and Worthy Matron: ami Miss lllrd I'urut, Miss Maude Stallard. Mrs. John France. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Stallard, and .till m I'eret, of Forest City Chap ter, No, )',, O. i:, S. The meeting was well attended by the members of the Maltland Chap ter and a pleasant and Interesting meeting was held, Light refresh' tndnls were served. The Maltland Chapter was cordially Invited to visit the Forest City Chapter In the near future. Hamp Price Heard From. Word lus been rcc'clved'from 0. II (Hamp) 1'rlce and wife, who went to Itoc'liester, Minnesota, Monday, June l!l, to consult the Mayo llrolhen, In regard to Mr. Price's condition, that, after several examinations, and the X-ray had been used, they found a growth In his stomach,, the nature of the growth, If known to' them, they did nofr disclose to Mr. Price and wife, bulTa1nYhey tTiidljptiraid ViT( cessfully on a number of caics, sim ilar to Mr. Price's. He Is now In the hospital awaiting the operation, which their legion of friends in this section, hope and pray, will be successful, and that he will be restored to us sound and well again. Mrs. Kinma Phllbrlck, a daughter, recolved a message, Wednesday eve nlng, stating that the operation was performed that afternoon, and that Mr. Price was getting along nicely: Jesse Kahn, of lllgelow, was here on business, Wednesday, -Mrs. II. K. Kreek visited In St. Joseph with relatives for a couple of days, Him week. Mrs. Dick Hahn and daughter, Mrs. Wra. Stewart, ware visiting with Mrs. J. J. Marcum, In Forbes, lut week. The T. G. Frye and Sons' grocery store and the front of Jonas Watson's restaurant, have been repainted, Ed Carroll doing the work. -Mrs. William Marty, w)ift..u been on tne sick list ror several -days, and while far from being well, Is now Improving, we are glad tolsarn. The eighteen-year old son of James Clark, died at his home In the Highland, school district, Wednesday morning oi inis weeK, June jo, wis, and die remains were laid away, in the Highland cemetery, July l, ,, Miss Zelda Wamioner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ('rank Waggoner, -of Verdon, neb,, was married joJUeqr; Nedrow, bf Terdoii.'Miat .Saturday. June M. Tfrey were here a "few days -.1.1. ,l..i.'t,uiu II,.-. t-1 "'. ' tu visit, Lioir uniu,, it ill. abowari. Oedrge L. Penny, "of Forest' dlty, Is making preparations 'for" hls'.de; parturV'td Livingston, Montana', where 'he will 'spend 'his vacation, flshlnif and huntlnir,- Howllh return about September first. -The only imng we regret is uisi we cannot, lie with George. Miss Eleanor Kunkel returned home from Anadarko, Oklahoma, on last Saturday, after having a most delightful visit with relatives and old friends. In fact, she reports the best time she ever had anywhere. On her way home she enjoyed a short stay with Miss Helen McFarland, of Parkvllle, Mo. Thomas Eccles, who has been en gaged In the Ice business, at Forest City, this season, died at his home In that city, Monday last, June 28, 1015, after a lingering Illness of long dura tion, from consumption. He was about 40 years old, and leaves a wife, but we did not learn whether there were any children or not. The re mains were taken to Efllngham, Kan sas, his old home, for burial, Tuesday eventagjJune 29, on the 6:35 B. & M, train. We hope to be supplied with an obituary for our next Issue, Forlescue. " - Chas. Morris spent Sunday with friends In Napier. Mr. and Mrs. GeorgcMlnton spent Monday In St.Joe, Miss Mabel Potter spent Sunday at lie t home near Napier. Llojd Thatcher, of Oregon, motor ed over to Forlescue, Monday. Ml.-, Lula Sinclair spent Sunday at her home near Forest City. Mrs, Illanche Meyer made a business trip to Forest City, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Fields are the parents of a son, born, Tuesday, June SSI. Judge VanCamp spent Sunday with his sod, Chas VanCamp and family. Miss Alpha lllnkle returned Mon day from a short visit with relatives In Itulo. Jimmy Williams Is on crutches, as a result of letting a hand car run ov er his foot. Mrs. Neil Horn and children were the guests of relatives hi St. Joe, Saturday and Sunday. Llge Friend, of St. Jos, who has been working for Ilarve Chiles, lefl Saturday for his home. A seven and one-half pound son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ira Alklrc,Suiiday,JuneS!?. '-Mr anil '.Mrs. Sam Juda and daughter, Jane, of St. Joe, were guests at the Kami home over Sunday, Miss Tracy IllevlnsleflSunday for St. Joe to spend several months, tak ing a course In ladles tailoring. Mlsi Marjorle Vous and Mrs. Perry, of Mound City, were theguvsts or MNi Muggt Mlnton, Thursday. -Mr. an, I Mrs, C W. Craig and Mr. and Mr. M. I., liaison motori'd to Mound City, Su'itUy, In the Craig car, Mr. and Mrs, Springer and son, Llojd, spent Sunday with their daughter and sister, Mrs lllaucliu Me'er. -Dr II, W. Iljhcock left Friday for hlsiiuw lioinvlu'Sl Joe, Mrs, lUOcick and children remained to visit with friends until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I toy Williams and daughter, Dorothy, spent Sunday with Mr. Williams' mother, Mrs. Setta Williams and family. M rs. C.,Hollsclaw , Mrs. 1 kc Crews, Miss Ida Million and Miss Lllah Ilrow n spent Monday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith. -Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, of St Loul, tame Saturday to spend aweek with Mr. and Mrs. J. SJater, 'Mr. and Mrs." II, it. Stuart and otnei relatives. Alfred Williams has been unable to work this week on account of III ness. Mr. Williams Is oneof our most energetic young men, and It Is very unusual to see iiim oil duty. The following croud composed a picnic party at Dig Lake, Sunday: Mr, and Mrs. llerl Stuart, Mr. and Mrs, Allen Notley, Mr. and Mrs. I. T.llull man, Missis Edith, Ethel and Luda Stuart and Wm. Ilorchers. Fortescue was very unfortunate this week to lose one of Its best families, when Dr. Ilabcock and family moved to hi. Joe. The liabcocka mov ed here from New Point In November, and have many friends, who regret their departure. Mlss.epha Iden was the hostess at a dinner party Saturday, when she entertained a few of her girl friends from MoundClty. Covers were laid for Misses MarguerlteMarkt, Alice Carter, Fern Morris, Stella Tlbbels, Bonnie Morris and the hostess. Tarklo Chanel Sundar actionl it tepded the Children's Day exercises at the Bethel church. Kundiv. a basket dinner was a fi lea-Jug feature of tlie day and a very iarire crowd was present. Roy. Lockhart,, ofCrlg, , It pastor of both churches. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Howard and daughter. Mario. Mrs. J. L. . Minimi and Joe Mlnton, were guests at the ueorge rrice nome at Mound City Sunday. Miss Genevieve. 1'j-lea w lu lus been vlsltlno: frlendaheratha nut, tnree weeks reiurneq home with them, There was plenty of base ball at the take Sunday: the Klllmrers. of fit. Joseph and ltlgelovvnat Jackson's, and Mound Clty.and Craig at Iden's. Mound City and The, Klllngers, were the wlnnlmr teams, the latter bv ih score of four to one, We were un able to learn the exact score In, the Mound Clty-Cralg game. , Mm. Anna Kalin nntArtilno.l a number of friends at dinner Saturday eveiiiiiK, in coin n imeni, to nr. ana ("Mrs. Sam Juda, of St. Joe. The other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. lilt., Dr. and Mrs. J L. Mlnton. Mrs. K IT,. Oralg, Miss Muggs Mlnton, Miss Nell Mlnton, Mrs. II, W. Ilabcock, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ilrownlee, Jay Mlnton, II. C. Hltz and Joe Mlnton. .Editors Tnm flurry &nri H..-nn Dbbyns of the Holt County Sentinel were In Fortescue, Monday, shaking hands with their many friends, and taking notes for a feature write-up of the town and surrounding count rr They are both very tine gentlemen to meet ana seem to know every Inhabi tant of Holt county. We were very sorry to learn that Mr. Dobyns laast losing his eyesight, for aside from the fact that blindness Is a terrible blow to any one. It will be especially so Willi Mr. Dobyns, for If any man needs good eyeslght.a newspaper man surely does. Hut the "Deacon" takis his allllctlon with characteristic bravery, and will continue to get out his tine cdllorals as he has fur tlie past many years. Itkmi.kh Forbes. Mrs. Kd. Dyer was In St. Joseph the tlrst of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Whllmore were In St. Joseph, shopping, last Monday. Mrs. Elmer Wales has been very sick. We are glad to hear that she Is on the road to health. J. A. WlUlania and family will move to Oregon In a short time. Their new home' ,1s nearlng comple tion. - Dan Slpes, a ton of Samuel Slpes, received a broken, rib, several das ago. Dr. J. G. Walker, the attend ing physician, says that he will be al right In a short time.' The band boys are gradually In creasing In number. They have a new member or two Join nearly every week. We believe that they will build up a good, strong band In the near future. A Foiihk lt(MITKIt. Presbyterian Church Notes. The Quarterly Communion service will be observed next Sunday morn ing. All members of the congregation are earnestly requested to he present. Preparatory prater meeting this uvenlng at " o'clock. Mr Hanson Murray Is leader of the Endeavor Society, next Sunday at 7 p, in , and the subject Is "National Moats anil Home Missions," l.i.i'-M-7. Tim Sunday ulglit union service. will begin at the Alnlome, next Sun day a' i p. m. Mrs. II. II. Winter, of St. .Wiseiilt, a woman with a wide reputation as a speaker, a sullragettu and temperance worker, will give a lecture on some aspeclsof the temper ance question. The public lscordlally Invited The Missionary society will he en tertained next Wednesday by Mrs. lloyd and Mrs. G. W. Cummins at the Iioiiiu of Mrs. Cummins at 'I'M. The last half of the tlrst chapter of the study book, "The Clilldlnlhe Midst," will be tliu lesson for tlie day. All the ladles of the congregation are Invited, T. A. Ci.AUKTr, Pastor. Sunday Night Service at the Air- dome. Beginning next Sunday night union services will he conducted In thu Air dome every Sunday night through the summer by the Minister's Alliance, Mrs. II. 11. Winter, of St. Joseph, a a noted sullugette and temperance worker will speak next Sunday. Let all our people come out and help make these services a success and a beuellt to 1 1 10 town. In case of rain the ser vices will be held In the Presbyterian church. Skuiiktaiiy, Minister's Alliance, Property For Sale consisting of one corner lot In nicest part of tow n, six-room house, two good cisterns with pumps, brick arch cave, all kinds of fruit. For particulars, Inquire of IIuiikut Ssiai.i.wood, Oregon, Mo, ctnl MONEY To Lend on Good Farms O. II, HOEIIN, I'lniujijlal Cor rchpoudent, HI. .Joseph, M() CoitoboiuImk Solicited.' HARRY M. DUNGAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Located In Probate, Judge's Otfles.at Cpurj; Ho'iijtjf OREGON,- MISSOURI PETREE BROS,, ATTORNEYS T LAW Ofllce flint door went ofGltizfliiB Rank ' OKKO0M,"MIb80UItr. Danibl ZAonst an, (J. J. Hunt, President. Cashlet W, r.Soiiuinc.AsslstantCashler. THE QD BAIL OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000. Transacts a general banking btul. nAAfl. ItltAFAat. nalrl nn HDnn.lt. for specified time. Drafts Issued on principal cities. Col lections made and promptly remitted DiRBirmn.il! TV Mnim n.a.l,... J. A. Kreek, secretary! Samuel David son, B. F. Morgan and S. F, O'Fallon. xeiepbon) Wo, 41. Economy A ptnny saved l( a penny earned. Oenjemln Franklin. CAW! oihI prnetk-e nre tlio chief re'iulnltei fur sum-ss In the Inline ronMIng of conYc. Tlio Masting tuny he (lone In llui oven, hut iirolmtily tlie lioKlntier tuny llnil It en-iler to wnteli the prua-ss ami preieiit tuirnliii; If tlio lup of lh atuvo ur ;m liiirner U ued. A heavy fryhu: pun with n lid will prolmhly he the mint enally iitnlliihlc Uteull, nllliuiit;li timiiy lulTev cummin reilrn ileelnre Unit iiinlmt Willi inetnl of iiny kliul hi nwi.llii, i-rlmlliii; or In fuliiB enue ileterlnriilloii of itmnr. bwi ctitliUHluitlit lnll ui liavltig llielr eorlee roimled hi heavy enrllieu tnut. ouiiiled hi n marble or en rt lien iiiorliir mid lufiited In mi nirllieii cof fee mi. t'crtnlnly kiicIi ivttw U dt Ih'lnii4, Imt nut of IK"I Ion for ino't of in, In tiny ene iiluld tin In ileal hiK with eorfee. An iiliiiiilnliiiii fryhiK I i.i u woiiM lie hett, Wiii.li one iHitiud of mw iiilTee her rli'i hi eold wuler, let dry on u nUne, Kplf.iil 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - In ii lioiiy pun, lieu kvI hut I In' I.M-.. tin mil Millie low, mnl lieiit Kniduiilly, filrrlni: ti ml -iliiiKliimn-t'iinit.illy for iiIkiiiI lirieeii inliiutet or UN' II Jellow; then oner mnl lii,U'.io Hie tieiil, liiiKInu- llioroiiulily uiilll nil llio '.rrlei me ii.tleep, mon .Inu.iiii'iti or ln-i nut color iiihI Imto n mu! of i'IIi tii,,iniine. Hue luitiiiil ,vrry win .k.1 .iuir ioiTiv, lur iurlleiilur ihiiikii'. Ir -on lll.i- oki; In .tour eonYc J oil n.i) he.il one iii mnl u.t.l It wliiu I lie ei.riio liux eooli'il xouiouluit, I. lit l Mill wnriii. llmiuli not hoi. I tc.it with the eotTiv stsil II every Ihuii U (,Iiw"v mid ft i.itiil with of--. The ol-i: ilrU-i ii ml , hi'lpi lo iii'erc tin- ilator, lot well hi ' In I'lenr Ilic iiiITiv If ni.nle hy Hie IkiII- ed luellioil. If drip eotTet whli'li, of cuuri-e, U fnr mole wholeMonie-Iii preferiet Hut euu- hlioiil,! not bo u-cl. 1'ieiieh eorfeu roiiti'iH Koiiiellineit mid iilxnit two lev el leiiKpoouriiM of eliirltled liutler to eury ouiid of roathn; oneu uud nlxiiil one level te!iHiufiil of micar. TIii-ko nre niMcd while tlio lllinl hrowii' liiu' It tieliiK Klieii. TiiKleo differ n to whether Hie niMltlnii of either, holh or neither N Ik-kI. Kwp llio roirw- hi nlr thilit lint nml crliul only nn reipilreil. A I II t It wnriii Uir In tlie oven or over llio Hie Inline (Ilntely Ix'foiu Krlmllnir lemls to frtv-ti-en tlio lliivor. lie xiire t memoire tlie coffee rnrefitlly, ko tin to neeuru n uni form brew. ENTERTMBIT KINK. How lo Glvo Cafeteria Party. Mak Infl h Oueeta Do the Walling. After nil the Kllcxtit had iikki-iiiIiIi-iI III tlie llhrnry llu-y weiv In Mot to oino lulu llio dlnliiK room tliroimlt it Kitiall door, willed nlilL-cil llii'in to en ter ono hy one. At their Unlit they HHned it (utile heaped liL-li Ulli hlnek eliilinehtl waltei-H, In wlili.li eni-li tu-lp. td lilnii-elf or lierelf In pux-luc rillll utiiiiillin; III Hue, they enuiied tlio hutleaiitu hills of fnru pottiil around llio loom and, luivhn; tiuulu up llielr liiliiilt to n eliolee of Hie vnrloui coodleii, helped Idemxelves from llio tirrny of dUlten ipreud uu n narrow ta ,li) eltendluu' llio leiiKth of tlio room nnd pri-Hliled over hy n trio of yuumt pi-ople nttlred In tlio exlremo of wait era' uniform-:. IIuvIuk tilled their trajs to tlielr .utlnfaclloii, tbey antliered Iliu ueoewtary lulilo Hllver, Mid as they punned r-lowly from tlio low I'reucli Ttladows out on lu tlio Klaas Incloafd. heated and llulited veranda each wan huilded IiIk cny paper luipklu, ono to k'o under the tray and an ImllvMunl ouo fiVimbered to Imllcnto table. These rinpklns hnd, or course, lieen numtiered In dupltente, nud ono did not know un ill lie hnd found Ills tatile who his part lier wiu koIiik to he. r.uch llltlo table) win tie. orntod with n iruy poM..y nml itunked with u plteher of leo water mid two lunililera. Tho vcrnhtW vns dec- orntiHl wild carliiiiiU of electric liullw ilmiiiietl Into Jnpniiesu liinternt. After mucli luerrrrnuktDC nil tho live ly crowd wnn seut,tl,onlyloavlui their, tnlile to return to, tho table.. for nee otitl lielpn fur, theiiittelrus or.partneri of tho delirious chicken, finlnri. atirliup l'uii-ii ur fiinji roiiif. nicnJthV n'rst rourso was entirely Miiltlietl llio proprietor' (hoMeHi) 'nakrnl each ymtfli lo return impkhnl nml trhys of iiaeil'dlalifH .to the duinh Vnttcr, wlillo sho Hsnlu tllstrltiuted the im- min In twos. When tlio youllu rt tunica tuo numbers ou llielr fresh nnp kins told them that they mutt seek partners with numbers corresponding mnl get for (hem tlio crenm nnd enko which by Hits tlmo was dished nnd waiting on tlio lone table. fitlll nnbther chnngo of pnrtners was enected wlien tlio rorfec nnd mints were, dlitrlbuted, nnd tlio nffnlr passed off pleasantly, terminating In a jolly veranda dance. How to Mak Flat-Mod Lomonid. Wash one ounce of flaxseed and place In a saucepan wfth ono quart of water and the peel from three lemons. Boll slowly for one hour, Strain and add , wo cupfulo of boiling water and sugar to taste snd tbe lemon Juice. This Is One for a cold If taken hot rrr 4-4-H44-tJ-ltHW"MMHH4- ; HOW THE HOUSEWIFE MAY 4 SAVE ON HER CAS DILL. y The mer.me lioiielfe fpeud X, four IIiiii'n llio iiiiioiiiit of pot fur looldiiK n tue.il Ihuii is lieeei Miry ntul nt the imtiie time poil ;; lively lujuret food nlues mnl "i. iiuillty of Hie nrtlele kIio N eook- hitf. To Ket the KieiHet iiiiioiiiit .1, ( lio.it uiiltn from n Kit rn line ill tlio tin im nlii'iilil not lie turned nuy higher lluiti will kIvi- ii n-r-Ij! feet Mile fliliue. When Hie lliiuie ; ln-eoinet n yellow Nit nil )'ou nre If. wuMImk cnt mnl pi'ttliu; u hent ;j; Hint not only miiuke mnl .h unuilm-H your kitchen utciixltn, i, tut deereues llielr loiitrc. Ity lo s- onc-hnlf, X Tlie llJine flinuM Im nlmut one '' half Inch of elenr blue, nml nfter ,i. the nrlkli) you nre cooking li.n- a. - ... n lU,ltlt,, ...!,.. Knt.Mn 1. I, to ii point Hint will Jut keeli It 1 ;; l-illliitf. Tlilt l eiualty Inie In the men. luvnrlnhly tlio pit It W, liirnttl too lllah for Imkhix ntul V the hreud or cnl.el-1 Imriieil, Till tiltn tuennn wnulo of cut mnl a T foiiMnnt nlistely nhoiit Hie oven, -j. whleh would not N neeem-nry If ;j; i-n-i were ued nl n lower lein- j- ifnilure. r KH ! H-l-H-H-H-H-H-H-t-.H-r-l' HOUSECLEANING HINT. How the Modern Housewife Hae Revo lutionised Her Method,. Modern iiirltiodt h.it nt last reto liill'Uili'il hoitxt'teatilui;. Ah iulilly nt i'toiH tin- ile.'ined nud hluiikels laillideiitl Hie xiniiiiui iletilier uiiput ililten up to Hie door, tin- ilu-t iiiul n Ir ho-.e nre rti-ttiil llnoiiuti roiieiilent whiilnwt. ntul tlio fray It on I'Avty Hpeik of ihitt t lltenilly xiiel.- t-1 from the hoii.i. All uplioltliiy o the bl-l button rctvlti-4 nllelillon. Dnipetli-t, eurliiltii-. milt nml mnl iret.rt me pii. over, nud pillow n after In-ltii; i leaned Fi-eui ilmilito llielr tltti.it MriMiml are nt llulit uud Unify its n licit they welo new. 'I lilt whlrtwlml eleniilni; lul.ct hut n few linilit mid It loiidtnted hy cninpi-It-Ill lucli, vvli.iM- liiitlue.tt It It. They iiipldly itetiiili nml iitlaih llio arloiit hoi- imr.lct for ilUTcicnt htuncheit of the win k. While Hilt It coliu: on win iIowh nre Ik-Iiii; w illicit, linitn-t polltlt ed, hi'lcu. time Is brim: eleaiiitl, lliNir Hil-,lieil, ami nt fiiKt nt n room la 1 1 i -llied It It set to rluhlt. In a wonder fully i-liurt lime It t nil over mid nt n MirprMiiKly niiiiiII cost. Ity dinner Hiiie eierylhlnu tins nt sullied Its iiornuil tippeiirnnre liilnnt the pile nf dust nud dirt thn men lutvo enrrled nwny In llielr wiikoii. And the tiiiin of Hie lniii-c Iiiih not only eteiiH'd nil tlltcoiufort, hut In most cuct iIik-k not retillze Hint nnytliln hits li.tppeintl ilurlui; lilt iib-cme. Our Krnmlinoiliert nilKlit look with Hittpteloii on Hilt html of lioiitiK-leiitihiK, iloiilillui; lis Ihor- otiEliness, Jnil we kiiow Hint from e-tcry point or view ii it nir inoro thuroiiKli mnl saiillary limit their more Inborli'iit inellKslt. One si-cret of tills present day house eleatihm It Hie Keneml u of ruir in place of Hie old fattiloncl heavy ear pets uud the il.tlly ti-eof modern clean hilt tlpplliim-es. The-o sperl.it wall htntliet, Hlulr hrittlii-t, tlni t-it iluttert Hint polltti nt Hipy ko, ihi-1'o-t mops, wax ii I floor polishers mid H'o linprivo incuts In nil liiatii'liet of luui-ciMirk keep Hie lioine nlwnjt i li-.iu The pilltllles nud Lllclien tischc llielr weekly i leanlnu iinicli its In I lie olden days, lien-, perlinpt. leme li.it doiio lets to red lire tahor than hi other parts of lite house, for as lunu as we lto illtlion lliey must ho washed, hllver must ho polished nud classwaie denn ed carefully nnd perfectly. And until fashion supplies nnd eitcoiiriiccH llio use of table tllllnp, that mny Im de stroyed nfter each meal tho dlstipnn mutt he leckout-il with In tho round of each dny's duties. Tlio housekeeper who would keep up lo data should make a tour fre quently of tho lnrco household shops or departments In tlio larger stores nnd ;et nrminlntrd with tho ninny con veniences offered for her consideration. Kho should ncqtilre the tlmo an vine de vices that imiko for ctllcleney In tho kitchen', just as n man necks for e in dent office nnd shop devices. How to Us Burlap Upon Your Walla ' Artistically. One ndvnntiiKo of a pod liurhip It that It can stay on the wall for years lwfoi'0 minted n new color when one desires. In n house where walls nro uneven or cruckrd tills Is an admirable treatment, ns lu roughness lildfi.iq defect, Wlicre n hall U dlnicy It can tbe freshened hy tw'o conts of',wn1cr, t-olor wash. A fnvorlto paper for dlnlns room or library where there Is a high wainscot tug or pinto rail two-thirds up tho wall Is'il scenic frle.e put on the upper thrd. Wonderful color effects arc shown In these papers, wlilch nro cool northern landscapes nnd nunln tropical scenes, How to Prtvant Food From Scorching. If your vegetables or preserves scorch while cooklm;, ndvlscs cook, re move the vessel Instantly from tho riiimo nud set It lu u pan of cold water, letting It remain there for ten or lit teen minutes, At the end ot that tlmo you will And that the scorched tasta has all vanished from tho food. When cooking cabhaeo, turnips or onions boll at the same tlmo some vine gar with few apices. This will destroy all vegetable odor. When boiling a bam leave It In the water In wblcb It has been boiled until It Is quite cold. Tbls will make it juicy snd tender. Order of Publication. ( OMilitjr i,t Hull, I- i III I l.p l'rolmti- I'oiiM for tl,.- O.unly nt Holt, Miiy Turn, IMS. i. tin- Mutter nl Hip Csttili- i,r 41. Tlioin,son Collins llfS'lllSlsl, I 0, W, I'uiniiiliis, I'ulille AilniliiMralor In 1'liiiMH-iilllic islnli-ol M 'imiollfnllliis, ilri-ciisril. prisinis to il,,.(',Mirt hi pi llllon. Iiriiylns-for im nnli r fnMlii- s.ili-i,( s,i murli nl tlii-ii'iil i stalt'iirsalil iIis'i-iim-,1 as will par unit saturr tin-rcniilnmit ili lits ilin- limalil isinti- iimf y,.t mill ,1,1 fur wioit tit "ullli lfiit ms1s. iii.-,,tiititiilt-(l hy tlie iinsiuiits, llsls nml liiii'iiiiirti's ti,iiltnl iijr hiw in mii-Ii eiisi-.on i-xiiiiiiiintli,ti wl,, n.,r It Unnli ri-illiy tin-Cimtt IImi all iirs..n ttii tistiil In in t'stuti-nf snlit iln-i uv il In, millllisl lli it apnll-t-nt i.hi. as nr.in .sl, I, t n. ts-..i iiniili.. nii.l that initi'ss lh.-isii,tr,'iry Is-sliimnou vr ls-f,irp thn lrl "liiy of I he lu-u leriiiiit tills Coutt, to Im Ik hi on tin- Second Monday of Auuuat Neat, iiiniril. r will l- nniitp foe II itc nf thn vihnli-or so iiiui-h of tin real estate ot said ilis-i H.nl ns will In-slinii-lent fur ll.r- piiymrnl orselilili-hts. Hit further found thai thrrn ari-nolu-lrsiirili-vlsi-i-snf said ilis.viis,sl who srn ri-sldeiitsof Molt County. Missouri. II Is thirrfuri- iinliri-l I Imt this m-llo.-Is, iMilill-lii-il In si,nit- ne,n r In this state fnr four Yi-ks ls-rirlhi- ne.M n riiiultbl.Ciiiirl. A Itueisipy fnuii the rissinl. Wltm-ssniy I T-r I hand mill lhes-iti,f the said Court. ft-iil Hits tlth diiy ill Mny. IMS ; -.-1 , . it.Mtuv r nitMiAS, .Indue nnd et.tinii-tn cieri, nl the I'rudaln Court id Holt County, Missouri. Order of Publication and Notice to Heirs. .r.Ti:iii'Mts.iriit.i. County of Molt, , In tlie I'nihaieCourl fur tlie dimly nl Hull. .luneAilJoiititisI -i,..l,.in,lll,u j-ay Term, .luiieSI, l-.ill. In the Miilli r iillln- Kstuii- i or Kuls-rt C. Iluiilon, lieceiisisl, . Ijitl IIiiiImii, niliiilnt.tratnr of tlols tl I'. Ilt-lltnti, dis'i'iiseil. tiri-sents to the Culirt his H titi,iii tony lim fur iinordi r for the wte nl so lillli'liollhe reilllslate of Slid ihs'.-iisisl as will s.itlsly the ri-niulnliia-ili his iluohy sui,i 1-st.ile nml yrt iiiiii ilil fur w.uii nf sullli'li-lil assets, niViiliilMlliltsI hy the lltVutltlts, lists ii n, I in,i.tiii,riis risiilrisl l.y Inw In sm-h ease, on i's itdii.it Ion w li.-i is, r, Itlsntih-rt-il thiit all n-rsousiiii, n'isl In Hi, iii,i, nl said ile i'i si Is- iii tliiisl thu iil,,lli.itl,iii tisnroir- silhl luis Iss li tinide, mill th.it milis tlu-i-iin. ir.tr) ls-sh,iwii.in i,r is fun-tin-Hrst .lay of the lii-M li ttiliif 11,1 I',, ml. lo In- hi hl on the Second MimiiIh) nf Auuiisl Nest, mi ,-rdi-r will Is. inadi- for the .in of tin wl,le.irs4itiiii,,,i,rtl,, riul estnti- of s-iht d..'. aiil ns will In- uitl.'l.-hi f,-r llieiiiyiii. iit, ,f s ll,l ih hts : nnd It Is f iim her itisli rt ,1 1 1, si i. s,liy of this linlli-e In-si rnl ll-, ii eii'li m llll i'( I lie lielrs nf said ill eensisl w ho a te li st Hi His,.! Hull I'iniiil). Ml.-, ml i,ti,l thai this in, 1 1, 'I- Is- imhlMiisI III The Holt futility ,.,. lim I. a iir.,.ii. r iiuhlishi.l i, II, ill Ciiiiniy, stlsMMIll. for four wi 1-t.s In r,,i. II... 1 1 I. .in of Hits l i.iitl. , Itlle ,s,iv Ih-lii tlie rissitil Wlllii ss In, hallil lllld Ihe seill of the Pto I ' I Im le i 'null id Mull i utility. Mlss.ni. sent n. ii.i.-.-i.i ,i iv ,,r ,i , ,it:,. I I II.Mlia M. IIP.MIAX. I'll, lull-.In, lite. Trustee's Snlc. Wlir.lll'As, Wnltrr l'11-iii.iiirli-e. s sltmln lunu. Iiy tils II. nl of Trust. li.,sl ,e III, iluy or.tillie. IlilJ. nnd of liisnd In the liltl, f the IttsnnleMif llililsof Hull County, Mis nuiil III llisik nt , ik,, -r.l. isintiynl In I he tllidetstuiiisl Trust, e. to s cure I he liny III lit nl lliellnle III said I'l ill of llll.t lli- si-rltieil, .mil nf the luierist tlierisui. the fid liiKlmtdi'M-tllnsI reutislnle, sltuille III Holt I'o-ilitV. Ml.sotitl, to wit llislnnliiirHi a s,liit Mil rinls uud ID fnl siiulli nnd 1.1 ristst fn I wi,t of Hie ,i,ttheiit cornerof His-tliiuTweiity-seteti c.-;) ItiTown ldiMiv iitui uf llaime Ihlrly-eluhl ln lln nee Wist tine liumlrisl uml lift y il.', f,s it Hut .VitlliN'WIilytUe (111 litl ttii-liie Lust Twohlllidrisl mid tine OP fiel to the li.stiie fitii-.-, iheui'e i-niitliwi sirrly alnnic said heilue (i-ln'e Muity mid J-IH ilsi.fl I, it lolhi-isuiiiiieiii'tiiir, eci-,tinit the roiulway soldoit of ihi-Niuiliwint isirm-riif siild triu-t. Alsois tiiiti Inn tin rt its and lor.-. I South andllrisl.il links West nf the .Ni.rlh-ii.l corner of suld Ms-thin Twciity-secn cKi, whti-ii Isilnt Is the nuihciist curlier of Hie trin'l hciclofiiiesold hy suld uranlor lo suld riiulie. Ihenee ssiulli -Jt: Wist I fill, Ihniec N.irlli Ii',s West I'M, feet, thiin-ii l.a.l to I he Lnylnlilnii Alsoln-iliiiliii"i'ie West nnd line ns u links -.iiiith of ii tsdm llnnslsll links Ninth mill Is risls West of the .Niilthenst isilln r of fectlim Twi-uly-seviii :;i Tnsn.lilli M,ly iisn llniiirr T hltly-i luht ii . ilutu'e .North West riHlsln links ilieuee .Nnrlli us Wist s r,, ;i, links. Hit .North i',',' West to the Nntihwi-si i-nnier of a tract nieited louraiitors her In us shown hv ileisl nl lli'oril III llis-k I.M HI i:iue '.'tis, thelieii fsiillli II',: West ,.1 feel tin nee III u Fsiuth i at dlris-ilnii ton isilnt iniiliii,s West i3 feel friuu U'ltlnnluif .Ihflii'f .Norlulhl1, S llust lulfiet tiiln-Kll.ulliifiiilid WIIHIKA-. Ilef.iuil hiislneliluaile III th.i I llllii lit of Ihell'letl-st olisiihl ln,l e, ui-i-nrd-Inn lilthe triietenoi. ihileiiiid t-ITeel Itiettsif uud Wlli:iti:S, tl wns iinivldeil Ineind hy the terinsnt suld lieeil nf Tins! Hint should the lltsi parly l.ill or ri tuse in my the s.ild In. tetest or mi p-irl Itiettsif when the sntne or any part thelenf stniuht Ihs-oiiih line miU piiyalile.ai rilluirlo the true lennr, dale mid etTi-ct nf sulil mite, tlieli the wlmteof suld iinie shiutld hiss, me due and tiuyahte, mm WIIKIIDAS, Tho owner of suld mite has l-lis'ted toitis-lrtrettie whole of suld note due 1111.1 piiyithleon acisiiiut nf thedl-lillllt III the piiyiiieulnf the lineresl tln-rtsui, mnl list re iilesleil inn to eseeule the siwer vested In me hy snld Iteid of Trust, to sell sntd rent i Mute mid out nf the prts't'eds of suld autu pny t he liidi'hli'iliiess secured thereby, Sow TllhllKIUKK. In coiniillnlii-e with suld ristu-st, mid ntiiler the isiwi-r icstt-d hi tne by tnlil Heed of Trust, I will on Monday, Hie 2d Day ol Auvual.-ieiB, ut HieCourl House disir In the City, nftUre mm, Holt County, Mlsst url sell suld rent, eatute, nl puhllc vendue, to thu hllrlirst hid ' ' V" '" I'ltANK I'KTnKK, Trustee, . first iiihlli'alloti,'.luly S, 1 0 1 T.. Administrator's Notfce. Nutlet) Is licrrhy ilien, Thut I-etun. .ts AilDilnlstruttoiion thu folate nt.luMivri.C. Ilcnloii, dis-easisl. were uriinttsf t-i the nirl- ' ilerslKinst on the 1st day of .liine. Ii'ti,iy tint Pmhiite, Court nf Hull County, Missouri. All persona havlini elnluia uualiist suld, Kstale , tire risiulred to exhibit them for ultownnce i.fb.it- nu.iii,iis.-i..r i.inii sis upniSUS utre the diitu of said Lelters. nr theKaiunithti, uris-tutled fri in ally ticnttllt of Aiuar-Ksnilei' uud If aucliclnlms hp mt eihlbiiest, tUdt one year f nun Ihe tittle of the lulr Inlcrtlfttt of Hie piiblli'ulkiii of tills aiillco. lluiyi aipilll FA II I. TlKtTON,' ' ' Ailtnlnlsirntur. Ursl pulillcul Int., June II, I'.Mi. i " ' r Home Phone, 87. Mutual',. ip 5 'EMMA BLACK' J Osteopathic Physician. All diseases treated by Osteopathic methods."" y uiiic uver roatoiiica. jj OREGON, . . MISSOURI.' W "MONEY"' The mint makes It and under tbe tertniof the CONTINENTAL MOKTOAOE COilfANV you can tecura It at 6 per cent for say lfl purpose on approved real estate. Termaaaay,, tall us jour wanU and wo will oo-oprata with you. , ....., cava a a m ,rjm mis . 1410 Lytton Bid. CUessjo, His.