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The physicians of Holt county lielil their rcirular mcctltiK here, one day, last work. Mrs. I', S. IlrnwnfMil nncl her ! tor, Mrn. Hiimty, were St. Jotrph vU- Itors, lue.oiay i'ttt... ii.. ..r m ....... 1 1 City.wa re fa U ,iu" fB'j I"i'fntp In-tltutlon will resloro In i'rnlir Tupdiv "" to bin normal condition. This : i,' W' i ,. .,( m ,.i community In anxious for Mr. Nun- City, wns over Tue.vlay. ciiculatinff ti.imnir tbi? liiijlnt' men. Mrs. A. It. 0 bom t'tpattctl I'ri day for 1! do, N'eb.. to vltlt n cck or ten ilays with her futher, Jacob Swcln furtli. Mlffci" Mary Coolcy, liancc IVico and lluth Smith wore slirlit-seo. Inif In St. Joseph and Knntn City, lnt Friday. Mrs. I.nul'c Coo lelurnrd I ri dav from St. Jo.rph, where fhe ha been vitlllnc relntlus the creator part of the week. Mr. V. II. Calvert was rallM to Highland, Kann., Tuesday, noon, by the erloiiH lllne.. of her sifter's hu.i band nt that place. Win. (Julmby vacated the pioper ty ndjaeent In the Kll Slnkr residence on I'rnmo Street. Tuesday, nnd moved to the Walker Hall faun, twelve mile i.nrtli. W. I., nnd Tail UllTc. of Mound City, were tratifnctinK liUflnef in ("rale. Wcdni'fday. nnd Inrldentnllc t'vrctinit their many friends on the Mreet. Mr. JnineK Cnlveit. of Kntia Cllv. father of our fellow townsman. W. II. Calveit. came to Crali! Tues ilay, to remain with hi ron for n few 'i-iirv. I". I', ''ooley and l.eltoy Linko drove to Klk Dale. Sunday nf teinoon, nnd rendered able assistance In tlie organization nf n Sunday r-cho.il for that roimnunlly. The Hunter litiUdinir became the properly of Mrs. Adeline Itrnwn, n few davs nifo slie Mttir Ibe hlKhet bidder.' We understand that it will be occupied ns It is now. t.1,., ll.trn iilui lii linen di'lntn- cd nt bis homo with n ovrre nttn(k of la grippe, for Ibe pat week, w.is nli'e to lie out snmiav to iiu"nu nun day school ar.d chuirh service. John llrnd'ey. the traveling fnles mnn mill ventritiKiulst. that lias idav i-il so tunny Juki on our people, was rliciilallnir' nmonir the business men, .... . . ... I.I I lliurririy, rinrxin.'j josr nnii iumou niile ih. Mis Itentrlee Ijiwierre. win lis In en Vlsltlnp villi bel fnlhet. S. . KawiTnie, of lluman-villo. Mo., tho Ktvnter part of the winter, has re turned mid will tcimilti in CraiR tb summer. The school Is irnkititt lirepaia tlon for como'etidliiei't. vhlrb will occur In nhont live ocl:. It Is prac tlrally iletcrmlmi! that there will 'i-jlj, llV In the Kindiintlnn chs this spllliir l".l. Ihiv-m nn.l IIM( c?ill. Tl. tin-uni s"ppi . irlven Jointly fur ' .Modern WoiuIiohi nnd lioyal Nelirhbors. 'n't IVIdny evenlnir. wn an enjoyable inTnlr, alleiided by n larire crowd of J.i'lv iM"d Woodmen, ,i..i. ..... rhlldrrn. Mayor-elivt I-.'. I- Itiiluuin Is re miHli'lnj I'1' "Ii'ence pioperty o Williu"is xiii'i't. by ninny cliiui're nnd r'.litl"T "f iioiihes nml window.. When it l cor pl' t.xl. ll v ill e mi i. fav i"ab'y "lib oil.cr nicely dcslitned homes In Crnlir. Ml.. Adeline tlrown arilved in Ci-l 'ilny i.ioinlii!?. fimu I'unttac. MIclilKiiu, wheiv she lias been fpend loir the winter with u damrlilei. Mrs. I iown l plnnnlii" to make Crnlir her per nan ut hi me. We will all be irhid to number her iuiiotik our best rltl r.ens. N'ew enme to C.nlK. lecently. thnt I'tiele IMdy Havi. an niriil resi dent, of St. .Insep'i. I pi' pa sed iiwrv two weeks or more nui. Mr. I'avls .-ns for n number of )nts a resident of Ciaiir. and bad ni'iry iiitlinnte friend in this rumimiiuly. We nie mrty Hint we lanuot come In posses sion of further Information. Andrew Webli nnivid Sunday af ternoon from South Missouri, wheio bo litis been for the past two month visitlnc relatives. Mr. Webb will IV mr.ln in Cralij visltluK old friends u while, nnd then will proceed home, itrt He own a line faun In South Dakota, whew be lm been livlnir the several year that lie Inn absented himself from CiiiIk. The Methodist people held n church conference, Wednesday nlu'M. A InrKO audleiico ll.dened attentively to the report and speeches. The church Is mi the up-iriade, and all he remark indirnted enthusiasm for future labor. At the close of the conference those assemhlrd, icpalre.l to the pnrsonaire nnd paitlcipatcd In n supper that had been previously provided. Iteverend K. V. Cooley and I". I'. Ilrewster, pastor of the Methodist and I'rei-liyterlan churches, respective ly, in Cruiir. Imve each purchased n Foul car. They will now lie able to arrive nt their several out-of-town ap pointment with much less difllculty than heretofore; but think of it, a preacher nwnlnir n car! Those fellow thnt luive been haulini: the minister tn their appointment will have to Ki't out of the road or be run over. The IlurlliiKton Knltroad com pany is making some Improvement In the yards here, by filling In with dilt between the main Hack nnd tho house, track. This pluco lias been very low und water ha stood with no outlet for day nt a time. They also ore nr ranirlnir to cnlariro tho curve. In the Fnrmcni' Klevator track, so an to eliminate the danger of derailing the big engine that must do switching. It will rciiulre about twenty-ftve car load of dirt to make tho (111. Woikmen have practically com pleted tho cement (ill on tho west side of tho "lllg Ditch," near Corning, which make It pretty safe for the farmer nn that side and for the town of Corning. It linn taken several cai of mateilal, but the work la perma nent and will prevent tho water get ting through at those placc3. Matur ial Is on the ground and the work will bo pushed forward to secure the levy on tho cast side, which, when com pleted, will let, tho farmers and tho citizens of Craig rest a little easier this summer. J, W. Nauman, ono of this com munity's progressive and valued form-1 crs, was taken to Kansas City, and placed In n ranatarium. Mr. Nauman has been III for some time and lately lia worried over the situation of a son, who In In the United State. Army, nnd may probalily lie cniraRdl In n chase for Villa, that lie has be come idiphtly demented. It I bellcv- i n i ai a rem nnn carciui ueaiineni J'" - , ' ""J!" fT,,,Jm.," V turn to health nnd Imnntncs. J. W. l'arrifli was called by tele, rnm Tuesday evening to 1'nlrlicld, Nebraska, to attend the funeinl of his niece. Lena Townfctid. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Townfend. Lena was born In Craig ubout seventeen years ngn. She was alfected with Itoiter nnd was operated on in n hos pital at HnttltiK. Neb.. Sunday, and on Monday passed away. The com munity of Onlg sympntnir.e with Ml. nnd Airs. Townscnd In their bereave ment. The)' have many warm fi lends in Cinlg. Mrs. Sam Ardcry, of Sa vannah, n sifter of Mis. 'lownsend, n opernted on In Kansas City lat I'lldny for trail stone.., nnd Is now ly Ing In a very critical condition. The scare from minors of small pox Iri' fomewhnt subsided. 'I In1 mias'es have m ver gotten n foothold in our commuult). nnd the iiiuimw have ubout run their course. Wo can not cNplnln li our sinter towns ni." so prune to enlarge the enntngio" disease rumors roiuernliiit Crnlir. un less It Is Intended to barm the lucra tive trade this progressive little rl'y enjoys. Whether that l the renson or not. the business lost by such stor ies will return, nnd. when the tru-.li is known, will Incirusc our prosperous rendition n bundled fold. Let the knocker knock the wheels of Crnlg futille prnspoiity ate sit In motion, nnd ulll continue to turn. You can't lliecp n good town down. llClllll-1'..NWl, nil. ft Hell Couul) Medical Soclct). The Holt County Medical Society bail iiuite nn Inteirntlng iunilerly jmeetliii; nt ('rale last Tliniday. the I'.tli Inst. TIuim' present weie: llrs. Kvnns. Wood mid Chandler, Oleironi llullock nnd McCtnnnhnn, Purest Cily; (juiirley and Ii. Miller. Mound Cllv; liavis. Ottinan and Nauman. Cralirj Drs. limy. Conrad, llyme ami Immiii) were lsfloi fnun St. Jofeph. Ir. . 1 .......I I..I...H" i,rny leuii n inii'rr on ihmhuii m uliirli wns illrcussed liv nil lilerelit. nnd it wo the universal opinion that every doctor present went nwny a lietier tucoiicher than when lie came. It is papeis and discussions about everv da) prartlco like t'il one - nib blnir up nunlnst other peonle. that de velop nnd keep doctor up-to-daW'. Ilr. llullock presented his subjict Hie Into enldemlc. clinractellz.ed chief- ,v ".ore lliiont," rned 'Vrl'i." which wn not irrlp. which wns liNo lisrusseii nnd I xpeilence lolntcd by thii'e plesent. The nest meeting will be held til Oiegon, Hist Thursday In July, i Card of Thank. To the ninny, mnnv fi lends who ympatbl,e with u in this our hour of glief; to the Kasletn Star sl-tcr. nnd other Masons, we evtend our deepest noniechitloti. HAItltY F.. MII.NK. HI'.. F. F. lll'I.I.OCK AND FAMILY. sisMinlr I'nlcr Mrrllni. ll-.-.i jl-. S'.i. IW. l'l M.I II- Of rvu'm- ,lli. SS-itiiiMi III -hi. l-lU fl Ti-W. Wi.iW lit ll'f lllr.1 II-.-H1-. Vl-lllliit l.ii-il.iru it.elliill Invlltil. HIX". i, Tonic & llulev tire sliowlng two nice pattern's In Floor Linoleum. Inst iccclved n law shipment of Wall Paper nt Phillip' Drug Store. See the Hiding NF.W DI'.PAItT Flii: Cfl.TIYATOKK at D. M. Mn: t Ill's. Mi's Cnrrle llnlTmnii I In St. Jo seph, the guest of her sisters, Miss Minnie and Mrs. Anna Kremlin, nml other lelntlves. - Horn, to Smith Deir nnd wife, of the lienlon district, Wednesday morn ing, Apill I'.'. a line boy. Dr. 'I hatcher in attendance. Mls Pauline 'idler has been so. rnrrd to teach the Lincoln school the coming li'lfl-l" school year, at n snl nry of $:.on. (let In your order for New De parture Cultivator. Full line of rid ing and walking. 1). M. MAIJTIN. 0. V. (ilcnn. of the Falrvlew school district, was on the St. Joseph market. Monday of till week, with n enr load of hog. For Sub A top boggy, almo't new. This Is a good one the pi Ice is right. See Don H. Mnrtln, nt the liostolllce. Murtln Phone. Ilert Lynch, of .Scottsblnir. Neb., In a letter to the home folk here a few day ago. wn singing the praise of hi son, Phillip Andrew, aged ono year. In n liaby show held In that city recently ho scored 00 out of 100 points. There were foity babies en tered. James (Jnrner, of Lnrned, Knns., wn here for n few day, this week, the guest of Ids parents, J, J. (iarncr and wife, of tho Monarch school dis trict, nnd with other relatives In Holt. He report the prospect extra good for a line crop yield, this yenr, In his neighborhood in Kansas. Henry Hcrshncr, of this city, loanrd us this week a friction primer, from tho battlefield nf Shlloh, used In Criming cannon, that was picked up y hi brother, Joo and John, after the battle. It I a curiosity to us, and nmv bo to others. You can seo It by looking in our show window, Mr. James T. Fulton and daugh cr, Miss Gladys, of Hebron, Nebraska, arc visiting here, tho guests of rela tives, Mr. Fulton having been here for several weeks. Mr. Fulton Is a nephew of (?. W. and James K, Cum mins and Mrs. It. C. Anderson und Mrs. A. Vnnllusklik, and formerly resided here. Fred Cook nnd Will Mooro nro having tho tlmo of their lives this week, down at St. Joseph. They arc trying to cross the hot sands, anil when they get home, wo will wager, they " will' havo warts on the soles of their feet as big as a silver dollar. Sheriff Gclvin' 1s also traveling the same road. Mumtional SmSKM Lessor m n o. sni.t.r.itH. Aciinn nircctnr nf un.l.t y Hclioiil t'nurro of the Mooily HIM.' Iiistltute, Clil'-nao.) f'ljrrlhi. 1)11, Wi.tirn Npapr I nl.,n LESSON FOR APRIL 16 PETER AND CORNELIUS. t.ns.io.v ti:.t-.ui imi-a (ll)I.IU:.V TIINT-Tliiru Is no illsllnt Hull Wtnccn Jew Mill' (In ek. fur the siitiiK lml U l-'l.l nf nil. nn.l Is tlcli unl nil Dull tall Ukii Iilui.-lluiii. loll:. Thus far Christianity had to do with Jews and Jewish proselytes only. Now lis elrtlo boKltn to widen so as to Itf rludu tho Oentlle. Thn central (! mo of this lesson, Cornelius, was a inptnln communitlng one hundred men in the Haitian nrtny. Tho chasm be tween black and whites, which mi widely exists In America. Is nothing compared to that which ilMdvd tho Jew und (leiitlle. Wo take tho whole story of Cornelius In today's lesson mid consider tho Haslor story next week. I. A Prepared Convert (vs. I-S). (1) Ills position. Caesnrcn was on thu Front sea and wns tho political capital of Judca. ll was about sovHiity miles ftoni Jerusalem nml thirty from Joppa. Cornelius, who was captain of n band of men born In Italy, was a Itomnn lllzc.i. and perhaps hud been connect ed with tho great Unman gem ral Sclplo. (I) Ills character. Ho was a mnn nf promptness, appreciation and obedience, (v. 33 1 Ho was also a Cod-fcurlntt man, whnsu piety Included Ids wholo household. Ho uus a man of prnyer and gtiicrnslty (vs. 31, Mi, tor lie Knvu "tniuli alms" to both Jens and (Icnlllrs. Tint result was that ho was honored gteutly by all, especially by thn Jews. It does net seem lliit Cornelius wnsn proselytutotbn Juwleli faith (vs. 1IV11.3), and ho certainly wns not ns yet n saved nuiti (11 13, It). Cornelius wns n mnn of n lslou, not nf dreams or of trances, for this vision came In tho open daylight (v 3oi. when mi niigel, luol.lug lltio u mnn. appeared unto him. His fear was calmed and ho was Informed that hi prayer, for hu was a "seeker aller Hod," had been beutd. Tho "memorial" (v. I) spoken of was that pari of tho meal offering which tho priest Purlin! UK)ii tho nit n r nml which asi-ended un to tho Lord na a sweet savor (Heo also Mul. :i:IC. Cornelius Is put to u strnngo list. Ho Is to send for an unknown man to receive Instruction. Tho angel was not to etillghlen lilni. at It Is man's prinlueu to witness for Cod. Thoro Is not a recorded lllble conversion without somo human In strumentality. Cornelius, soldier Hint Iim was, ut onco obeyed Instruction nnd sent out two devout retulners after Peter. Man aloau could finish thu work of the aueels. II. The Prepared Preacher (vs. 9-23). Tanning was (umtldeied an uiiclenu occupation, but In Simon's botiso was tho man Rod wanted to uso on this occasion. No matter how poor n preacher, or unlikely tho sltuullon, If wo obey (loci wo can preach butter than (iiibrlul, Rod laid, ns It were, his right hand on Cornelius, nnd Ids left upon Peter, nnd druw them together. Again Rod usi.-s n dream. llukliiK tlm natural mid tho supernatural, A hun gry mnn dreiims of fuod, u very com mon occurrence, und Rod gnvo super iialunil direction to n natural dream. Rod knows tho right tlmo to do tho right thing. Wo do not need dreams for our guldnnro as wo havo a full and sulllclcut rovelutlim In tho Word for our gulduticc. HI. The Prepared Ones Meet (vs. 23-33). Cornelius had his wholo house hold ready when Peter arrived (v. 21), perhaps tnoro people- than on tho day of tho first great Pentecost. Ho said. "Wo nro all hero present in tho sight of Rod to hear all tho tlilnss that havo been commanded theo of tho Lord." This Is a great statement It wo con sider Its full content. Peter rofuBcd to accept worship, that alono belongs to Christ (v, 25) and ho explained how Ood had thrust him outside of tho clr clo of Jewish bollevors. He then ro hearsed what Ood had dono and as serted that "Ho Is no respecter of per sons," and that In rosponso to thoso In overy nation who work righteous ness God bad sont forth Jesus for tho salvation of men, (1) That men might havo pcaco through him (v. 3G); (2) That ho might bo Lord over all; (3) That ho had been anointed with tho Holy Spirit and powor; (1) That ho had been crucified (1 Pet. 1; 18, 19; 2:24); (6) That Ood had raised him from tho dead; (6) That bo Is to bo the judgo, and (7) That becauso ot what ho had dono "through tho nama of Jesus" all that bollovo shall havo "remission of slnB." (This Is a good sormon outline.) Following this won dorful sermon, thcro occurred tho Oen Hie Pcntecosl (vs. 44-40), Practical. Cornelius bad a lack, and bo went to Ood to havo It sup plied (v. 4). Peter found bis enlight enment In prayor. God revealed his regard for all man kind, and that Jesus Christ can and will savo all who come to him by faith. At Caesarea the Infant church dis covered that its field Is the world and that the Pentocostal program was for al) mankind. Hill occasion taught Peter and th church that henceforth wo are to ro gar d. all men aa brothers and seek to win them for their Sartor and ours. GANDELIER 76676 (71739), The Percbemn Slnlllon, Gnndllcr, va Imported from France in August, '!il0, by Singmnster Sons, of Keota, Iowa; foaled April 21, IPCii. Color and Desrriplioiii lllack.stanil '7 band.' high nnd weigh 2000 lbs.; Is of kind disposition, ha line style and action. ARMOUR The IVrrlii.inn Klnlllon Aminfli I recorded by Hie IVreheroit Socle,' ..S .. ..J '.lit. ... . in swiicric.i. nun ins icroiiieil I1U nii'T i S-H7!. Color and Description: (!iey, blare face. Pedigree! Foaled Apill 21, 1!0!I; bred by John Summer, Oregon, Mi- Hlltirl (iWtll'll l.v ll,.-..,,... A . Oregon. Missouri. Is rtrong lii'j linml high, weight 1700 pounds. Has good bone, line style nnd action. Tax Collector, Jr., 2616 I a Itl.K'lc Jack with white points. Fouled June, 1007, If', hand hign, stuiiiluiil inetisuie. F.Uru g I heud and enr, weigh, now in thin lleih, 1000 pounds, Hu shown some good iiuilo. Was bud liy C. W. Ilnlrd. I.uii ('os.-iis, Tennes-ce. Terms und I'ondiliniist The nbovo lioises nnd Jack will make the season of I'.MH on my farm, ,'i'n mile east m Ougon, on the State road, and 2'j mile wet of the Iron Hiidge, mil close to the Miditower school house; $l-.'0 will be rliaigeil lo insute living colt from AHMOl'li, and $1:1.(10 frimi (iONDHI.IF.I! and TAX COI.I.IXTOU .11!. When mute is purled with or le moved from uliginal locality, money for scl vice becomes due tit once. lien on the male and foal will be held for insurance mnut.v. (.'are taken t) pi event accidents, hut will not be iu spoii.iible should any occur. Herman A. Sommer j MONAUIII. I I'ii.lit All. 11 vl'llt-l Ji.mv fiitttli, Stiiflii). K-Unr KtlMi l.lu.l Uuxy (l.lt.t,t.t. Huif l.t. t lit.iiU-Ili (Ml I 'i.' I Ut)KM ul 1M i;iii.tt'. l.lur Uli.a tUlUil Muntn i:niln. hUli'llls ' Hoiy Cl.iUisHt l-ltiil ll VuU !.mltt.. i).iKi hiMltlui'M iltitl Jutr (iariKr. tut. unl.t) t'A Imultl day fnnu Jyh Cl.it- IIMtt'sl MinU iA-v lluulu uml 4it, liixrMiii, wtrtt In t'tlliiK'm MoinLiy. lUrv l!(Uir I vorllnir fp Ailolh Hcuiiir lliU uwk. 1 (hiiUHi (Mt hit Ut'ii trklnit for Jvli I'Mli-utii hU wnk, J Jin I'nltvrMUi Imit I.uili.f4 In OriKuti, 4. 1 lit d,iy In t wttk. MUh Viok-t CM It out v i.li i,l MU Ntllle . llluik, titiiiiliiy Ut. I CtiuTston llutiU'sj Ultttl Ht hi uiick'! Mr Jim Umltli lttt lmaiivt In Oiruuti U ft'W till) si Irtit wttk. IU11 H.nltti nnd IJllUit I miner wrru In NimIuuu), iSuiKluy ruliitr. Ml. Vtol .SiiiUh vl.lt til Kuxle CliikoHt. ulunltiy nliidt itiiii uiul'iy, Ml.. Violet Chllnal vUltnl at Mri. Juhn liiutrt) 'n, ThurtHiay Miurnum. Nclllv lllitrk Iltil n Ivw dnyt Imt wuk ultli lur kltrr. Mr-. Hill llniwn. Mr. mitl Mr. Jair (Jit r lit r und non, iivtiivfi urre In Oregon, Mmuluy, Mrs Juah ChlliuHt urnl dnuulitcr Mlii Vlulet, urrv In Ortiron, Muturdu). Arthur lluuhvi und family MtM M lU fittlirrV, I,i Ilutihi'st, Huinlny lit-t. Mm. It. L. Iluiihc and duuifliter MIm A11U wirv in Nodumty, Itturwlu). John Mlllvr und jlnrv Chiiinlxrrlalu hud .uinc Ht Joh Chtlct'iitV MoiuUy. John Krrtnr nml Hod Wrl.itir had LuU neat urr iii'Hr h'tiitw tmo tiny thl uttk, JimIi Chi lei utt punhiiwl u tin )ouiik iHn of mult ut AntUKiinlii un day lust utk, Mr( Juhn (init.iitii and ulf, nnd Tom ('hlli-iutt tUlttl nt tirotifv Koli;cr'ii. tSumluy, MIm rlim (iarnrr Ullfrd Mr. luuru lllark nnd Mr. John I'attrrMiii. Irhlny uflir inxm. Haiti Ilnmn. of NmluMat. I vl'ltln hrr ri)uln llfltti and Thvlina T) lor. for u fnw Vttlktt, Koy lSttly wn mcr nt Jtihn (Inriifr'i VhurwUy, and Jay (Iarncr ri-turnvd homo vlh M hi. Miit, John (ittriur uu In M. Joeih, h few d.it last uttk, lltlntr hir (lauuhtvr Mliw i'alnUr. I'rtMlo Kn-tttr nnd Kmernon lluirhot haw AU purrhaMtt ruotoiD'ckti but Umcrwn hasn't not his broke to rU tt. Ji HtH-knmt) and Hlf llltd at her fathti'ti. l.tv Huirhv, r'ftdy, and MU AiiU rtturncd home v.lth them until Sunday, Mr. Janus Smith .rave a rarit and comfort tarkliiit one day lut uik, ivcrul of thw ladle fixim n round here attended, and all miort a fine time. Mr. and Mr. Join Lhllcoat havo told their farm In Andrew County, und have dveld ttl to build and Improve on their Holt County fann mmn and make It their home, Don't forget tn attend the KaUrervlc and liroirram at Monarch i Sunday ichool at 1 1 100 a. m. t service, at JliOQ a. m.. by Ilev Garrett 1 basket dinner, program and other nervlres In the afternoon, Everybody cordially Invited to attend. " Newt u received her that MIm Stella STALLION ROBERT EVANS This ureal horse will make the season of 1016 in Oregon, lie is an American Bred Pcrclicron Horse. C years old: stands 10 hands stallion measure, with extra large bone, a good Hazel eye, a good straight hack, a good neck and head, a good deep body. He has a kind disposition, a sure breed er. This great horse was purchased from Levi Landcss. of Fillmore. He shows some of the best colts in Andrew County. His weight is 1000 pounds. He Is a dark Dapple (Say. Look this horse over before you breed. His pedigree can be seen at the Livery Barn. JACKS tL 0 iZVMMDIl 11 JI3VC CROW is a black mammoth jack, with white poinlH. standing 15 hands jack measure, coming l years old in June. This is one of the smoothest jacks 1 have ever seen. Their pedi grees can he seen at the Livery Barn. This stock is located at the Livery barn at present. For the benefit of the farmers I am Joini to use thecapsul form, also if owner of mare desires. All stock will be in spected before service. Come and look this stock over be fore you breed. It stands for your inspection. Ti:itMSi $I2."0 for liolh JarU anil HorM- In In-urr a lltinc colt, I will not make- nay clinri;r for ili fnnmil iiuViiinK. ('arc lie lul.i n to pre Mill nrrlili'iits hut will not In- rci-io'iililc- IwiiiIiI uoy occur. IT 1111110 nro parted lth or rcnuitcil from county forfeit lu-uraiu-i- anil M-rtlrc fee- lie cotni" clue ut once; a lien 011 Ixitli mare anil colt "ill lie- lielil for m tcIio f . COL. P. M. BABB, Owner. fi.iriur mid Mr. 1111 IU-vtln vert unllt-d hi tiiMrliWu Marrti tt, I'JIti nl Hjrltr. N. I.rit ka. Ibv jttuntt iikiIu ulll iitnki' ilulr hni (tl llutr Oak, Kuna. Wv ultt thtm Imiu nnd l.iii (iirny thhttib lift- JOHNNY Jl'MI'-l T. rnsh)lrrUn thutdi Notes A 1,'imoI Mil uri-uiitloii vit lit M thv itoiimniitiii Hrlti lnt tSuh-l.ty iiMirnliiu. Mr. iu t utttniltt wn tiidnliit-d tn I he ollnv if Kullm Kh!(r, A inrvv huiIivimp uu j'rfnt nt iituht uinl lirnrd n tine nddn on lit nihil lhlntst n Mfi," b Hrjuiil I'nu.in. wlni tut m it t hire from td Imnw In Cat- Mr. ViillLjklrk nnd the ialir it 1 ndr-1 're-ltt ry nt Hnvamuih UiilnriHliiy nnd Tlumluy. It wiu It Id In Ir. H. A. Hmw er' rburih. Ml. Char If lluliy, Mr. Mont rtinry and Mr. Clavttt vrie In nlteiidiiuc ut thi WontfiiV l'rb)ierlnl MIloiwry rlH). nt Mult lit lid. Wvdrii-MU), ThttrMlity nnd I'lldu). Sevvinl ether aUi dnvv iii for nuw i.f tie imt'tlntt. Mrs. Montirmnery dellverel I he uddrtu at Memmlul Senht. Thurs-hty idifhl, whUh was held In intmory of all thr liu-inticr of the v arlou wk let v w lui hud oniiMI nwny ilurlnir the al Mur, MU Crmc Milhiiwild and Ml Ituth Mark! ntlendiil a ilt'li-hiiitt from our Chrlllnn Hndeavor S ili-ty. A ntinlr of other of our )ouim ! Ile drovi Ui for the si-mIu) Vountf rnte'a IIMttllUO. hervlrc n uunl next tunly, l'rn)cr tmttlnst Thurwlny iditht. nt Tt'Mi the lewii I th ?d anil dl ibapter of Alt 12 wie lrri'nt last Thurwlay nUht, Come tonlitht and mp If )ou will not find enjoyment, nn Interi'Mln Hlhle study nnd u spiritual Ullft. Choir trnrlle ufler riier nitfilmr, T. A. CLAdtnT. I'a.tor. Y. I. A. Notts. Mrs, Jnhiuon rnivnl t't 1 a huiressful lender of thu Allmmo lueetlnM last Sunday. A U rue numt-er were In altendaure, and many iriMH) sutffetlon were uiven. With itimnI sjnv rial niuilc, thl meetlntr un roniilete In every way. Uiother John Klillnirer will lend the meetlnu next Humlny, slartlntf on time, at 7i00 i. m. The, Y I'. A. buslnesi ineellnit ua htld at the iurwinNire Monday even! nir, I'uur adill thmal nieinlicri were ennlled. After the trnii'in tlmt of bulne, Mrs. It. VU Kunkel fa ore ihoe ircM-it with n llano solo. Thl wa folliiMed by it holly rontt'tfl dihute nn the nuestlon, "The World Is rietllnu UetteM." Altlrmatlve were, Mle4 arhnrnn. Hurirert nnd DUsInueri iionent", Clarenro HUslnirer, Jtixire ami Kry. Ueanrdle of the more rainhle otonenti of the negative, whom, havltnr the oorvr side of the iiuestlnn. It wn very dllheult for tho Juiltre to dK-lde. for the weluht of the a rim incut ut toth uUlti was no evenly bal aiu'ttt. Hut ufler murli dlrtcuwlon, hartt thlnklmr nnd worry, the honorable JudVr enve their dt-cUloii In favor of the ntlinnatlve. IIAM'll IKY. Oregon Canning Company will run factory this season. See L. I. Moore, J, II. Murray. or rVoore & Kreek for contracts for rais ing sweet corn. NOTICX OF FI.VAI. SETTLEMENT. Kotleo Is hereby River that the underpinned Administrator of the estate of M, Thompson Collins, dereased, will make final settlement of his accounts with said estate as such Ad. ndnlstrator at the next term of the Probata Court of Holt County, Missouri, to be holden at Oreaon. In said county, on the Rth day ct May, A. P. 1916. tl.' W, CUMMINS, Tubllo Administrator. This Jack is a coming 4 year old black mammoth jack, with white points. He stands 15 1-2 hands Jack measure. He has a very extra large lijwc, a good straight back. He has a good car. This jack shows up well in every re spect, has good flat feet, stands up straight on his legs Real listate MnneoKrarh. I'ul.lUtir.l Wr.Lt ll V.. I!. Ilitlialil., Olrtun. .Ml,..iilti, llirnr 1'ii.liilr, lit llir MiHiir lllwk. Ali-lraili r anil Ncr.ollalor of Loan-. Tl.n.frt. lur tlir Ton Wnk. rnilliie Ainll . Ill WAIWAST in:i:ni. A. It. Sti.Vr. .-1 nl In N. J. llli'iUI'. I. II. II 3. Unr.r. ml.l Crnlir f . I. J, ll. J I. In. in r. II, tcrrltmr. w3 .v In. nf. :ln II. 1'. I'iiiii lur In H Ci, I'l.ttiui, in nw li. ;.!. :- J. II. Curt. r to Hull nr 21, tl). I'M (l.l.ft Il.i.fl it)(l ISU'iU C. II. rtinlih in Win. Ilrnxli, . n. :c, f.n. 3T Jim. Trlinn,-r In J. V. Trliniurr. w ? & 3 i in, nt, n; Jiki 'I Imriiliin to C, N. Iluul.... ti'2 nr lie t 3t. CI 41 33S W. C. Amln tn XV. II, YfU.. i Inl w 31. S3. 3 I W. ii. V..n tn W. C Aii.li... Tr ai.c.'.ni I ll. v, (iilrk in w, ii. Vim.. Tr al.cj.at Km V. M. Vnlirv In J. A. Kill,, IJ.'.n 33. lit, n ISUUO J, A. I'.lll. In V. M, Vnnip, i.J nv C'i. r.k SdOO I'. Htm iiiirlit tn J, II. llrliUnii.il, llil n l. CI, 39 tior.o V. W. fnniil tn K. V. Il.rtriim, I, 10 & II. II tn, Ml Civ 1500 V. M. Mi.Hly tn A. T. Ilouilvll. lie n 311 &w nw 113, 37 10C0O J. I'. Kll lull to C. A. Ilniua, 2 n. II, S9. 37 1 l A. Mrn.l.m. tn V. C, Munltr, I. 10, ii 3, ".ii Man ;:vu W. t". Hunter In l A. Mrinl.m., nldO fl I. Ill I. 7 II 3, li.t.l Mnll SSIiu M. R, l.me lei C, I, Hoanl. 'in Kort. i'"ru. 430 llulty A Itunlrl In Mnrunrrt lluclur, I. I nml nr? 20, 31, 33, IITnllnn'. V 9100 Am Tiirrln to V. .Sliurn I. 7 & . II 10 Crnlir , J500 I. V. Clilliiwt In K, Ml.il..nu,ii. aw 2 n3 hw II, til, 37 1 K. K. Sli.lifnni in M. C'hltrnnt, am I'. M. Ilia, it nn, M, (1. Jnhnuin tn W, H. Ilmrt. n 30 ft I. n, M,l Cly.. 3600 (I. Willlnm. tn Nnali rllppa A w. n3 1,1 II 3, Korlw am J. S. Smith tn Itnlll. r. Thuma., I, 14 4. II S, Mil Cty jesn It. I". Mnrtinn to C'r.na Shaf.r. I. 33, OTiillnn Vl.w II. Hrhwrrtferircr to O. l AtUrlulit, .3 J, UK, 37 , W. It. Illiutmnn tn II, J, llulm., ft w, w 31, f.1. 3D , ' joouo I'. J!, lliHlmun In V, Wrlul.l, tl n. S3, nl. .17 ,lt fifiOfl J. II, Murray In A. R. War.. tlno 89.3H sooon 8. riitlrrin,tu J, Conlrcy, Tr In 35, 60. . , ., ins '-.'J"? to A- Sharp. I. 7. S. 16. I! , ,. vomit , .,,,lm I'ullen ir.-lra to I. 8. Mull. J'ulltn ranch. near I uiLt. jiiiuivictii ii.,,u, ..n.i..:. -'r' .liuVn 3S00O rAch!PUnn to 1,u"h lnln. H5n .13. I'.O, 17 12000 WILUS. QUIT CLAIM DEEDS, r;A?.h"Hl"0J ? W, T. Cr.., L 7, D 1. Ward , Cralit ''aiY'e'sV'" 10 ,l" Kll'"'r.'i.'n. "A'SSbrit":.'" n nucliMi ''"l.'i; w'ii.'Vo'.'sS K. n. Ilrliluman to Cm. e. G.lvln. w2 w 2S .2 M t. to. SJ w' . . BHKBirm .deeds' Ct. Trapp t l tn Um Wm&wi 'uo D 2, Uarnard'a add stilt . 400 1 iooo 611 1 1450