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Arc vou booting for Hicclow? W. I,, lirown vni n SI. Joseph visitor, Tuoday. Thank you, Goody, wo will take our hat olT to ou. Prcly Hirtc.o wa a Mound tlty victor Snturdnj. J. t". Men ami fanv.t wrro Mound City visitor. Tuesday. Dot Knowlc i ick thi week with pneumonia fever. Mr. Far' Grrhnm i trportcd 01 the lck lift. thi week. Orvlllc Schoonovor wa a Mound City visitor lat Saturday. II. M. Pavi wa transacting busine in Oregon. Tuenln. Pon't forget to ktot for Iiir--low anil the new town board. John Mmdcnhall wa trannct inK huslnes in St. Jof ph. Tuesday. Hrit Hridgmon was looking after busine affair in Maitland. Tuesdav. Mm. J. C. Hwkle vmted at the homp of W. M. Twvman last Sundav. Mi Emma anl Matilda Seikman were Mound Cit viitor lat Satur day. . . Willie Wilson wa looking aftpr bulne matter. in Forest City. Mon day, Mlse Uprtha and Zoo Morrl were Mouml Cit) visitors last Satur- 'lailj, I). Morri i in St. Joeph th. wcek.attcndlng the lic Masonic meet . .. . ... ... ...... I. own iirown 1 in oum-i'ii thi week, attending the Masonic cci tnonliil. . , , J. r llridcivon shipped a car load ef ntfalfa hay to Kansas City. Wed- BC cii Hunt an.! John Hunt were transacting buinc .n St. Joseph lat Saturday. . . , Mm. Art Grahaei. of r.rtecue neighborhood, wa in town one day laU week. rH .. tli I ,,te tr hvt. wa vi:tin(f with friend here. Iat Sunday. . lik.. l.lirr over fro-i I'rMtMt. NVK. a-d 'I'' S-:il :'.! komo folk. .. Mm. Mar K-I 1 m K."tf thi week, vi' .p with hrr ilauphtrr. Mk. VA HinkV. -Jurtw Aa Turp n a .i-n.n t uw.nl ,4vi 'a.t irfk. vi' InK oM frifrulh ' T . nr'-inif for I tJ A Ikiro" un ''p 'ar ". north of Mound ri(. iiii .nnni. vlfltin- with ".tip f..f and renew Inc old 3d ua otancp. Mr. S. W. Skelton and Mr. 1. .'. Urldcn'on were hoppirn: in Mound City, one da 'at', week. Mm. i. W. Courier r'n: the week-tnil vlMtire with her iter. Mr. Mattle Fuller, in St. Joeph. Mim Cc'ia tire-ham and dauc'i- tPM. Wilda ami era. were hoppin in Mound City, taut Saturday. , .Mr. ami .mm. jor.n iiio-i were vlnltlr.L- at the home of W. M. Twy man and fami!. lat Sunday. Slt-four cho!ar attended the ChrUtian Sunda k1.o.1 latt Sunday, and the co'.'ection a Sl.'i. On-ll Schoonover ha ccure.l rmplo.xment with one of the Zachary laruiPM. nortn .luunn tiiy. Ira'chunirp wa 'o.)Vinr after bu!ne n-attrr in St. Jotph ever?l day the tatur part f 'a-t wet'. II. A. I!orihrr and famiiv were over from Mound Citv !at Sundav. llt'rp w th Mr. A. VY. Chuninp. 1 . had ne-n to jo.enn n arK.t Oick l'onter i here thi wttk 'rx a car load of hop, and here' hop from Kana Citi. .!.'. np with r.,'np he pot a food piice for the-: hrother. tieorpe IVynter. and family.! Whv don't you come over ome time Mm. !. V. Jud: . .if 11eannt Vie I A. 0 nolphborhood, wa viitinp with heri aunt. Mm. v. r rre-t.n. ,ot Tue- nay. 1 winter weatner iat 1 r:.iav evenin. Walter n"a.!b-r'. '.ill m t-iwalnfid nt.v.tnv nlvtut r.n -neh of no .unilay. Wa'ter a. lie 'ike hi nei hoot down on the t'unmnpham fa- m jut tine. Mm. !. M. larratee. who ha lieen visitlnp with frem' ,n St. Jo M'ph. rt turned home iat a'atuay eveninp (icorpe Courier bu.lt a nat hel over Hrit llridpmon' new paoline tank on main trwt tr.e latter par: ot lat week. .Hainan ami 1. uir.tr .viam aen.nome. up a Bo.l pi'e 0 tove wood with their bun aw outfit for Tom Smith. Inn Satunlay. Mr. ar.d Mr. Jona Comer, of nenr Mound l ity. vi.teii with thi daupliter. Mm. l.a Ta; ily, lat Suiulas. r. and jam Mm. Vern'e Cutton wa here ev eral day 'at week, fron- Koreit Citv. vUitlnp with her muthtr. Mr. W. X. l'reton nnd fami'. I'rank Walker and U-bert llrown. who nt tended the li. O. V. convention in l'.xceWor Stirinpf, Mo., la-t week, urrivctl home O. K. Charley t)lwrne painte.1 the picket feme m fmnt "f I)r. Hopan'. rclilcnce lat wetk. . '-.arley i a pretty pood painter. When 1 llipelow pmnp to have a clean-up da ? Thi t.,n neoil al clcnnlnp and it need it bad. What l you ay, Mr. Maor? Link Hunt and wife, who have liven viidtlnp with re'ative in Iowa for everal da rttameil home the latter part of lat week. Ira Cliunninp old a car load of alfalfa hay to Hay Kinp John Coupu Hn Tuculay. who hipHil the car to the Knnm City market. Mm. W, M. Iiowlett and on.Wil foul and UumII, were down from .Mnltland, one day la.-t vv.ik, look in p after their ranch wot of town. Silas Smith and family, one da. laid week, moved on the l'oynter and Wnlker farm, wet of town, which wa recently vucnted by VA liraham. TI10 ninny friend of Tommv Duncan are Rlad to cc him out or.ee tnore. Tommy attended Sunday school iicre last Sunday mornlnp. Owen Ilutrick and Uter, Miu Stella, were vicltlnir at the home of J. D. Morris last Sunday. Miss Stella ia teaching school near l'reston, Neb. Miss Anna Dryer, of Tabor, Iowa, held services at the Mt. Calvary church last Saturday evening, Sun tlay morning and evening, to good Mrs. Geo. Kimball, who has been visiting with her sister, Mr. J. V Jlancher, tor wreral weeks, returned to, hr noma ia rhelps last Sunday mZin'and Mrs. 0. S. Herstine, who have been vUitinc with W. C. Dolon. and family for fevpral wrek,returncd to their lionip in Kanaf City, one day la.t week. . . . Minn Mina Hopan attended the fiinprnl nf Mr. Mllnr. In Oreuo.1. Tup.vlny thp funeral fprxice. hrini? conducted by the Katern Star 1od'e of Kore.'t Clt. Hrlirf Airent 1!. J. Camp, who in unrVl hpro n rrllef ni?pnt for t- rral ti:v,o, wont to Ni.hnalotnn Mon day inornlnir to relieve the npent there for a few ilnvi,. Mm. Mav Stewart iii here, thi week, front l'all City, with her moth er. Mm. Silvan Tman. who In on the nek llt. Mm. l'ir.an make hr home with her on. V. M. man wa here from St. Joepk the tiMt of the week, repnlrlne J. il. llrnnett'n tractor engine, which hnn teen out of commiion for onic tlm" on account of a broken eaMlnR. The revival merlins' at the Christian ch"rch by Hrother Scritier. cloeil lat Wednesday evpnlnf with a pr' Mri'ni: ermon on the excue iirtitilo make for not beinif Chri(lan. V. U. Maier (IVitch Hill) l. up in Atchlfon Countv till week tmyinif nuili f.tr thp nieelow livery barn. Patch Hill l urp eme mule man. and no doubt dream about rnuie everv nttSt in hi 1i rn. Horn, to Mr. nr.l Mr. Ooreo I'ovn'er. a nine-pound cirl. ami to Mr. and Mm. I!en Vree-'an. a nine-pound Iwv. Tueila. Or. Hmran. the attend intr ihylcian. report all concern.. I irettmir alone nicolj,. Mi Kva lloiran a at hoi'e -n he ick Ht lat wrrk. and a ubt tute teachrr from Kort-t City tnuc' t ber cho.it In the ldutr City dl'tnct. She wa nb'e to !pump her fcho-.l lutiea Monday mornmir. Mt Oorofiv St. John wa vn from St. Jopnh, Safirilsy and .-or ilay.vUltl'C "it1" Cnnlpn ami itranl "a VanviPke'. Mi I'orothy 'a and M' St. John are itettin U't j' t fine in 'heir n-w hoo'p tne env. -O-.r .ick " a1 "i-ch th' week. .! Han.-hcr i imr.ivvinir Min.HWVirii-iPon. d.vWvK? r ).! Jaw ' i i'i 'thr hnuo. and ha an appotlto 'IVp a I -uV a-.l crttinc nlonc full fopl in 01 nr;. , . t. Mr. nnd Vr. PICK urnham an. two danehtrM. Ona' a .(omico 'p't Tiitf.ifiv i'.orrii? f-r ltor. vo hpre tt-pv oprct to maki? thoir ihoi"p. Ii -k ai-d fa" i'v havp a Inrrv t pp the- Vavp l-r J. S'ater I In St. Joepli till M'V. ait'.nc in imttine on the Jlh onlc decree at thp Scot'ih UI10 l' tHeilral fror- the f.-'-rt1- tlwo to tbirtV'ocond. and includlne the Shrin. Mr. Plater ba the honor of belni: enerable Mater. M.Hill recelveil a cvHl i:ed hlp. ent of t'.ne fruit trep from Neofl' i, Mo., the tirt of the week, and w " put them out on hi farm. outhwet or Higpiow. jiert 1 one 01 our pro crelve farmer who believe in hav in? nlentv of fruit on hi farm. Ton llridemon and Kiol lire ham chipietl In and -hipped a car load of cattle and l?uv Jone hii"eil a 'ai load of ho to the St. Joeph market one d.iv 'a week. To"- and Fred acco- panie.1 the tivk and iuy went .down "n an eveninp na.enre- "a'r. "' r old 'ripnd. A. 0. William. 'pal throuph town !at Sa-mlsv I eveninp and took time to av "Hello." The weather i'an 'avore.1 tit Uretion of the e-vin'ry -wh e ie r..i j?ei and the' thermometer went down to alwit 21 aliovo. Sundav the went er wa e'ear with a end o:'hwet wind. - Mm. Pearl HAlae. who ha Iw tavinp with Mr. and mm. .1. 1, llridpmon for nme tloie. ha r. turned t. her home in the Itfthel nelchbor- hoo-l, t a-it h.r mother with the prinp work, ar.d Mr. Hnttie Adar, ha taken her place at the Ilridpmo'i Ilovd Iicke drapped the -oad from lUthel ch'irch we.t to the Kl Ch'innlnp fann, one day !at wept-. ami rut the roal un in pivi hap. Jctler, who like to ee p,xil road. even thouph it doe take a little etra wor: without nav. Kn-mett Hinkle, of the Kortewue nf iphtiorhood. wa trvinp out our ce mer.t idewalk last Saturriay.and wi wearinp that uual pood-natured umile that won t come o:T. Kmmeit n he don t like mud-hen and wi unah'e to pive u any pointer on nuntinp murt-ncn. Mr. Mina Hopan pave a bip din ner last Surday at her Ho'ne in honor of Hick dmham and family, who left for Hum. yo.. the t rt of the week, Tho.e who were there were Mr. and Mr. Henry Jone. Oick fJraham anl family. i,uy Jone. wife and riauphter, K'ltabeth. and Or. J. U Hopan and wife, of Orepon. The whool boanl met lat Kridft' eveninp and orzaniied by electlnp t. 'T 'f 'K l'uo 'Udpjti '.cw0u03 -v HrMpmon vice president of the board. There wan coniderable bulne tranactel and Superintendent S. W Ske'ton wa re-employcl to take ertarpe nf the school of the diitrct for another term. Hen Adkimon and wife, 1. I. Ad fcmwn and wife ami Mm. Frank Cooper, made up a motor car narty li'pf.Iav and drove over to balem Neb., in the former' "Tin Willi' car. ami fnent the day visiting with a brother-in-law there who met with an accident a ihort time ago and hai three rib broken. Gene Hancher left Monday even inp for nichmond, Ca'if.. where he will join hi wife and where he tx pecti to make his home and where lie has secured a good position with the A. T. & S. V. Hailroad company Gene and wife have many friend here who wish them the very best 01 sue cess in their new home. Mm. Henry Overlay and grand daughter. Georgia Kimsev. left Wed. nesdav noon for Thomas. Okla., where they will visit a few weeks with Mrs. Overlay's daughter, Mrs. Tom. (jieason. sirs. Overlay has not been feelinc very well for jrv'eral week. I and he t polnR lor.tne tneni 01 ner health a well a for a vilt with her daughter. --The M. V.. ladle held a meeting at the home of Mr. C'ara Oavi lat T'.'iMilay afternoon and 01 panned a lnt!ie tid ociety. ,'ir. inane Knowte wa elected prejident; Mr. Nora Maler. treaunr, and Mr. Hertha Schoonover, rciriar,. They wlil hold a meetinp at the hoiip of Mr. Nora Maler Thur.'a afternoon, Aprr n. 1. ti. .ilciiuon. no na necn away from here tor n mtio over a ear. arrived lat Tuenlay mornlnp, 'row !art!o!d. Ark. "Mac." a he l. nore familiarly known, i not looklnp evtra well nnd ha lot about 'Jd ound lnco he left here, lie ha not lecidoil where he will 'oeate but ay V I clad to pet back home and that Holt County, MIouri.ure look pood to him. The weather man 1 piine u tome reai warm pnnp weamer. tartlnp thi wck. and farmer arc all buy with their repular prir. work, nnd the larm work ( polnif alonp in pooil hape, Ivlnp evertl week ahead of the eaon. Almot verxbixlv I poine to le ready to he pin plnntlnp corn by the tlrt of Ma There i quite a lot of alfalfa bclnp own thi week. The MIotiri river i reporteil to '10 tiretty hiph and people Hvinp over n tnat part or ino eoumr) are c.pec ni? it to cut on thi lde neam prett bail when the river tnrt to fall, it i reporte.1 proiioct are poivl ror .r, puttmp on tne Hare womU tract 1' 'and nnd alo n hort d -tnnce nortt' 'f the V. M. Adam fan-. IVnnV In that noichlMirhoo.) hae .i'nnii con-1 t-.b -tt.l I'ore 'ran their ''are of 'and I I!i. Mi'.l.lv ar.d riu? .tit , fear are pr""iid'e. Ilipe ow e'. P hn arrnpp-il fer Mr. Onlkin to p;vo an ontertairment 1 It W. O. V. ha'l on ri.' rve- ip. nr'l 2. ond-r t ail'pice of ti e 1 :i-:p. Ir. Ha'Vnn pave an entf ?aini""t here 'at timth at 'he fhotl hov. nnd it i a'd t be C. e vt y bet that hn ewr been clvoo re. ih." al' l'.'ti ''' ie 1 and c. and t''p Car'ji' n-.veoil will t 0 'he o ani ur 1. T'-i an enter. a'r .'"t that i iriararte.! nnd there huM be a full hue. Nathan ..'ai'i- i ."ir new rond vei--er. rav'rp lieen aipint.si n tho eountv e-.- rt it -lav 'a-t .ert:.' and we be'-rve that N'a'1 an will t- ak 1 p.-ed "-an 'or the f'.ice and w !1 ! the vev iet he can for the bet- tor-o-it of P'-oil road. Nathan h alreadv rpfeived palvaniir-l iron cul vert for the Iouph lietween hd Courier' houn' and lllc Tark bridp". and u that he wt'l put them in a on n poiWi' nnd that if ho can pel the tean. he will prade the road from the cro road. wet of town. oit 1 and wpt to the wet lde of the J. t. Hinkle farm, ripht away. Thi road need pnnlinp mlchty hail, a It I run of noie and rut and neeii at tentmn npht away. The town loard opranlzed lat Satunlay eveninp and Haye t raliai-i wa elected mayor: iieorpe rovntei. collector: Ueorce Courier, cleik: W t5. Maier. iPutrh lli'll, treet com - minner. and It. I.. Schoonover.trta - urer. Mayor (Jrahnrt av thi . tii :irt Kepuli'.'.m adi-ini-tration in T'.honoi ti the tune nf four pound of I .vm. an.' trnt h" going t do hi part t"ard giving the people the yen het H the hop. The old tovn he c'caneil up a n never wa ! foie and the tiwn onlinance will ' enforvnl. ami ihi-re will nlnolutely l no grafting. T1 1 1 certainly a to' r lioard to he pr.iud of. and nould r i-eive the henitv co-operation nf t1'. entire 'own. Putch Hill i a lnmt and a tirt c'a g"-l nd man a will no ilnutii put the .ticft of ' town in t'.Mt c'a condition. The hn ance of tho office are tilled with fir--ela Hn who will perform their d . tli- without far or favor. Hat to the new 111a) or and let" put thouM.-r to tin- old wheel and g' him our hearty upport. Anrn r.i. i clean up nay r Ilice'ow. by the order of the mayo'. John and Italidi Tnylor. hdna. Alice llaye liraham. and the town counc ', and I.eter William. Kmery and Don The town board will furnUh a tta .,Hae, llennle. .lame and Claude ann a man to nam away one load carlace for each faivn'y free 1 f charge, and thi mean that ever' IkmIj' In town mut clean up thrv P'i'ir.ii.e nnd back alle and pile up their garbage before Wednenla. pnl 1'.'. in a convenient place whe-e the garbace man can drive to t handily. Thoe having more than or... wagon load of gaibage will ! expect el to pay a raonah!e price for hav ing it hauled away. Thi i a move in the right direction and hou!d re ceive the hearty upport of every cit. ten in the town, and an extra eiT t .houlil he made to clean up In tlr-t cla hape. The town boanl U maV ing a goo. tart. Now, let' hov them our heart' are in the right plare . nnttlnf nnr tintil,lAi Ir. tliA thrl and helping oat all we can. Pon't foi - . . 1. 1 tt'.i i.. t..ll in git the date. Wednenlay, April 1P-, About thirty minute after tl'-' family of A. K. Smith returned hoi from Mound City, lait Tuesday nigh. April 15. about 10:30 p. m., some or.e came into their kitchen and wa mni ing nulte a lot of noUe. At firt Mi. Smith thought it was iialnh Graha.". who I working there thi spring, but he thought he wn making to., much noise to lie Itatph, so he got p to nvetigat and poke to hi w " aliout the fellow making so niurh noise. Kvidentlv the fellow hea. him, a he made hi get-away out t e back way. the rear door of the hou.e having been left unlocked. A few nr i ute after Ilalph came in and It was ff.und that Ilalph had just come lion. An Investigation wa made, but noth ing wa missed, and Mr. Smith I nt a los to account for the strange vit. Constable Jesse Kahn and the lllc--low bloodhounds were called Immed iately and the dog picked up the trail and followed it to a point near the Cottonwood school house, where the man evidently got into a buggy and drove to the Rulo ferry", the dogs following the trial to that point. If the fellow crossed the river he had a conveyance of his own, as the ferry man had not crossed any one during the night, and chances are the intrud er will never be known. Even Owen Hayes can be sur prised. Now, as a rule, Owen has his eyes open and is sitting up and taking WILL HE LEAD AT CHICAGO? w mi' WW. ' SSSSB K m WWW mwW B IsbbSbbbbbbbbbbH D SENATOU WEEKS . r J. " n v Wt t'k of Ma.i i p. n-t.l 'o liy many po , .'.rrttr . "le m .n who will ..- fl.i.l ,n "'e flr ballot at "" fB1- .1 1 ii ,.1 l-.v f- n.,iu I;. 1'uMi' ..n national i-ion .i t'l ., ..bo lie ha ill- I "ilp" n'i .! -r. ns"i In )!. 11. V o',rt. Kir. North Ciro i .n I Fn.1 1 t ! I predicted . h flr'-. tllo- o-e will como io the :"0 mark. Notice. ilecl'itiln.' the t!rt Tar 'KNTINKI. lleCldtil f M e ear to cl a-kp i "U-r.it to church'. cl . and a and lu'lcr l a tr ' ,v.i.,i for ai. iJi ...... subiM.ed. wlere there cnlderatlrti made by the cl iircl e chocl. MVletlc. etc AH of t lie p jf In the county hue ai i :hr'ed for thl ci' of matter, nnl n Jti'ilv'e to oiiMeUes and oil' con-1 xpirirlf'. and 011 account of the uicrei'pil cot of all ttilnp vnierlnp 'tito the production cl a iipw(apr ( e drddrd to adopt thl course, and, t It Mill In force I notice, hut a few of hi friend put one over on him lat Saturday even ing, when a crowd arrived at hi ho'nr and told him that the date wn 111 tweny-eighth hlrtlnlay. and Owen wid have to own up that he wa ute 1 enough puriiri-td and that he wa 1 for o.n'e. Kven t'har'e) Park hound iwere on hand and were the guet of fn h ti ittfr- tl't ought to Ik- ah!.11 t i - .n pi-tf i.it aftr a fea,t of th1 MmiI. Mr. .1. K. Slater wn toat- j 1 ati r. I'-e-h ,i er tn' ferved and a g "I- a' ! ti wa rnjined in vl.lll' r. .1 ii.t'ng !' r.d "lii'H, Thoe wl.i 1 re then wn Mr. nrd Mr. Str. d. Mr. and Mr. Allie llaye. Mr. and Mr. Cha. Taler. 1 Mr. and M.. J. K. Slater. Mr. and Mi. A. P. Munrt, Mr. and Mr. ni-e 11, Malrindra, Mr, nnd Mu. ! Cha. 1'nce. .Mr and Mr. K. H. 1 Moor.-. Mr. and Mr. I'lojil William. I and on. Inle. Mr. and Mr. Cha. I'nrV. Mm. Cha. William. Mr. Slier p'an llnje. Mie I'Uie and lleie , I'rico. K.l'ie and Mear1 I'uik. I.toyd ; tf.in'ir. Opal. 1'iul nnd N'ohle Mooro. Charley and Mild red Stuart. Hazei, . Omnhundro and IMgur Whipple. A a matter of fact Owen will not foieet . hi twenty-eighth birthday In lOlfi fori n goo.1 long time. i ut. nr.. N'AIMIMt A XII VICIXITY. Mr. K. II. Hunker I nurlng the; mump. , (ieorge Cottier and wife were ;n N'npler Sunday, visiting. Kreil Cottier and wife weic "hop ping in .Mound t lty. .--aturiiay. Jake Hook made a flying trip to St. Joseph one tlay last week. 0car Tramberger and family were tradinp In l'oret City Satunlay. John Whipple nnd wife visited with Cha. Pattermm and family, Sun- 'dav 1 The Wallace Golden Hule ho-.v wa iuite an attraction at Napier, Wednesday night. Hod Wehter and daughter, Ha rel nnd Kmma.i)ent Wednesday even ing with C. C. llrown nnd family. Charlie Patterson and family and C. C. llrown and family spent Sun day evening with 0car Tramberger and family. Karl Hook and wife treated their friends with a dance Satunlay nicht. Terry McDce and wife, of Forest City, furnished the music. Hon. P. W. Porter and wife, of Mound City, vi.lted with Kred Cot tier and wife Sunday, and I). W, Is now bragging about those fish he didn't catch. NEMO. FORIIES AND VICINITY. (Delayed Utter, April 7, J!U6.) It. S. Stephenson shipped a car of corn this week. J. V. Meade shipped a car uf wheat this week. J. H. Murray, of Oregon, was here on business, Monday. W. 11. Worley was a business vis itor in St Joseph, Tuesday. Riley Huiatt and Frank Rush shipped a car of cattle Monday. Harold Kahn shipped three cars of cattle to St, Joseph Wednesday. '.'Dutch Bill," the mul buyer from Blgelow, was here Monday and r ft II A TL.i P -4a II.-.49 -1 - u n mm w mu st 1 w 11 uw nvvui liiai jlujiui iiuu Let us Get Hny n S5.00 lint, nnd ct one clmnce on the Im ported lint. 'TIs n beauty, nnd some one's going to get it. I E. A. Netherland New Auto Hearse and Ambulance s We have just ntldcd a New Auto Hearse and Ambulance, to our al ready CO.MI'LKTI-: UNDERTAK ING STOCKS, at Oregon and Tor est City, and are now ready to an swer calls in any part of the county. IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Day or Night. Dawson & Moore Undertaking Co. Oregon and Forest City. s . For Power, Economy and Long Life IS to 23 miles per gallon of gasoline; 100 to 250 miles per quart of lubricating oil. A Six with all the qual ities of a $2000 car 1 1 t! INVESTIGATE AND SEE. Call for a demonstration. We will be glad to go over this car with you and show you why S The BUICK IS THE CAR TO BUY. Auto Sales Go. Tuesday, buying mule. Harry Sipe and family have moved on the farm that he bought from J. J. Gamer and son, Arthur Cotten and family, of For est City, visited with his parents, George Cotten and wife, last Sunday. One of the men, we did not learn his name, who has the contract for building the new dump from Forbes to Curzon, was here last week, look ing over the ground and making the necessary arrangement for taking care of his large force of men and teams. NICK. Are you thinking of Oil Stoves? If so, just think' of Teare & Ruley, they have them. u ri mm -m r You Ready I . . , s J. C. WHITMER, IDBlsTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Red Top Flour, the King of All Flours. An iron-clad guarantee goes with ever' sack. You may use sev eral bakings from sack, and if not entirely satisfactory, return remain der and money will be refunded for full sack. c. W. KING. """" 11 1 1 i!"iwiii-aiw-i-P"r - trt.iMi--.it ..ii.