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Greater Bargains Than Ever Before
Is What BLOCKS' STORE Promises You On Dollar Day Thursday, May 18th When you roach St. Joseph, Come Immediately to Our Storo, check your packages and luggago and shop caro fully throughout overy department. You and your family can make savings in your purchases never be fore equalled in this storo or any other in St. Joseph. Besides tho hundreds of Dollar Specials that you will see aclvortised in the St. Josoph News-Press and Oazetto Wo havo a Dollar-off plan, which is original with this storo, that affords you a saving on all of your purchasos oxclusivo of tho one dollar specials. Horo It is, cut it out and bring it with you. Ask for our Rocord card on which to keep your Dollar Day purchases and after you havo finished them wo givo you this cash discount. This Offer For Dollar Day Only Wo will givo you $1.00 off on ovory $1000 purchase. Wo will givo you $2.00 off on ovory $20.00 purchase. Wo will givo you $3.00 off on ovory $30.00 purchase Wo will givo you $4.00 off on overy $40.00 purchase. Wo will givo you $5.00 off on ovory $50.00 purchaso. Wo will givo you $6.00 off on ovory $60.00 purchaso. Wo will givo you $7.00 off on ovory $70.00 purchaso. Wo will givo you $8.00 off on ovory $80.00 purchaso. Wo will givo you $9.00 off on ovory $90.00 purchaso. We will givo you $10.00 off on ovory $100.00 purchaso. Or In other words, we give you Sl.00 off on every SIO 00 purchase UmI you m.ikc hero on t)oll.ir Day, so nuke your purchases as larnc as possible and yet full hcncfll of this offer. Mod.t 7$ 615 Roadittr $S9S, both, o. b. Tottdo With Electric Starter and Electric Lights Four Inch Tttes THIS low-priced car so economical to run Is In every particular completely equipped. And It 1ms the latest streamline body design. You'll bo delighted when you see it. And when you ride in it you will ap preciate its remarkable value. j I'resh'lerhiu (inirili Notes. I liiguliir soivlre. mi n..t Sunday ,( IIMIIll. .III! go llllllll'S Hill not ho heie. hut will give In nildiess in, Sun,,,i, ,.MI I, lltstffld. I'luver meeting tonight ,,i s ',,hV. .siil.Jirt. "I'linlV Su'onil , Tlil.1 .MIwli.Miiiy Journeys." Ail. chnptei. . iuilu, ve. Miss Whim Mm .1 !? ,,,.'""'r "f, '"' n.rlsHnn F.n,cnv..i. (MiI.j.H. "What lh,,H flnlM v,,t i .to I hi," .liilin l..:'.'.i!, i. a. fi.A(iiriT. i'iiii,i. , , I'. II. Notes. An liilnollnir Mothers' iln i.i. . glum iwn obscive.1 at l.fnioln, .,,.. iliiy ln,i. urn on not Sunday. Mcv I tilt iluy Mill lie observed nt Shl'ii',. mi'l on tin. UIM. It ulll I I,,m.; tit Nodaway church. Inti-K-xtidf- ,. giams lire in preparation. i i r.,""l'u.r' wvlfty nf .S,,i, iml ii delightful ami ii-()f!tnt,,. ,m.t... lug at the parsonage in .Maltlan.l. oi, W nlniMliiy of thin Mvt.v. - tvtt ttttomtlno ledy fivt Hmyrr laurliu car. nlcM mn4 fotUlttd eluminum fitlnti. JO'iS hoiHpowit motor: mnfin4nt tut n blot. Ilklhltiuun mtgnia y, Wh flout 104 Inthu, Specifications ttnttk $lutlnf tnf ffelU. tnf. ffeo4ttjht dimmtii. tltttiu cofilre tufnm en iltttmo column, loft hond Jlinl tonlf control. rloollno Iij ft trtr ult. if m 4-imh ttiu. am-iW on tm. DomounltUt ttmil Iff. rrui-r tftlnit on roof, Clntilt nom. Ono.mon tot, llui't-in, tm.WiiVi, i tntt. luoinnic tunomotn. fiM lot tooU. Call, telephone or write for drmcoatratloa H. K. HASNESS, Agent Oregon, Mo. "-fMMfjMWlMMLWL I TICKETS I All persons holding photo tickets for E. E. Weary, Photographer, from FlttsBunker or Phillips, call on O. H. LOOMIS, Photographer, Mound City, Mo. . to redeem, them. I Mrs. Carrie Stelnmets, who has becn here for ft week or two, with her daughter, Mr. E. E. Weary, and chil dren, will return to her home in St Joseph, this week. George II. Allen has returned from Rochester, Minnesota, where ho has been for several days, taking treatment. We understand he Is get ting along all right. T. A. I.onjr, Veterinary'. v.m?""". .!'r"','lvr AiixoilMio,, will meet nt tlio Court I louse, .Siitur day, May , nl .j.!10 ,,. ,n ' "77's;'' ,w. fr reasonable prlct on tlie Dr. I'rouil residence prnpertv. Wll.l. iL MOOIti:. n.T,'01,tT.A Kt.frn chiffon Karf in OlTi.n, Thurwlay ..yrnlnir of la"t week. Mils; I.KVI HIKNCII. I I- Tcarr, of Cralir. n tlm Kuc,t of 1,1, brother, llowar Tciro and wir.j. of On-jfon, Wclmxlay tills week. ' C. K. Tiiylor mid wife, of .Mound City, wi n- Ihto Monday. J. K. U an 2il ,rn110, CXTrl ,u"1 hc f'0'""1 "o know all about its unatomy. JuiIro (JcorKe Meyer, of Crali. I?.? n,n,1tirt,K' visitor vnitor. Tuii day of this week. We acknow edge o pleaant call. " " Attend the citizens' meetlnir at MavUrl 'StUr',n "vcnln n,?.i7 ! iu)nv of Imporlanco to tho city's welfare to bo trnnnactcd. i'ZS' ,tyn,n' nUo"ey of Hiawatha, .annus, was lieiv, uno day, lat ucrk In consul otion with AttoVney vTni on koine legal matters. '"" :!tev W' ''lame, or the. Unit.-.! llrcthrcn church, will deliver ' the Me morial sermon to the Mnltland . A. II., on Sunday, May U8. .i.l'',;'ry ci'zen of OreRon liavlnir tho in crest of tho city St heart Is """" reouested to he .tithe Court sharp!' X CVCnlnEr' nt '8 0'cl(,ck' Jake Wcllcr. with Coper & Wln llo Com. Co., St. Joseph, was he?o his week, working, up business, fi? his firm. Mr. Wcllcr 'is well knowi 5T.rr,'.,n!1 '.I? 80n of E- v Welter, of Maltland, this county. vI0e.Cair80n' who went to Uhllng, Nebr., to have a cancer treated, is reportcil as getting along nicely, 'and is now visiting his daughter, Mrs. Maud NJnl.n.l . will return home in few day? INUBNATIONAL StMfSCfiOOL Lessor " I! O. fsr.M.l.ltH, Actlnx Inrtilnr o tnuv Hrhmjl Cnrt.e i.f the JIwkIv I . Inimtiu. l'hliiK.) icritinlit, I.IC. Wis .,i, .NV,p,rr L'nlno. WWWW MWW WWW WW WW LESSONJKORMAY 14 "LO.WE TURN rOTHE 0CNTILC3." i.i:xf)N ti:.ict-a. in k ij-'j. I.Ol.UKN TI.XT I l.ntc .l tlif fnr llulll nf II,.- Ilrnllir. Hi i lliotl Klioul lrit f..r iilmllnn ut.li ll.e uitcimuat part or Hi irth.-.UU It. 17. In tho iinfoMltn; nnd cverwlilenlni nf tho iroi;rnm of tower p arc again ronlronliil 1 1 1 1 a crucial eriit. It Is Hiictltp Hint at tlili tlmo Paul, whnv mimo has just lirrn rimmed from Haul, now iriumos hi plate of leadership, sin renlliiu Hn malms. I'cr r'. Ilj'i capllnt of I'jiiii liylla, ust nil Hib smilherti emitt of Aula Minor and Alitlodi, tho capital of I'lihlln Irn'ith irn dahlia) una !in mites north I'm: I It now In lull control and tin othor nun s no our UmI h it m deeply ! prcssiil human history. I, Paul's Openlnn (vv IIMM. Wo ro not told why John Mark rr'urncd tit Jerurnli'in. I may Inw- oliji-ildl In the rhanccil Irnilvrshlp; there may hnin hpcn "IckiiP'i Involved; ns n .low ho may have nl jicleil In I'.iiil'n no tlon, Ills sulis(fiinnt inlMlnn.iry real nslnrnl Mm In I'nnl's fiivnr III. Tim. 4 III DernrlltiK from IVrRa IV. Ill, txrhnp' on nrtour.t of nil nllnck of frver Mini, i 13. II). the party nsend rd to tho hlRher nllltiulo of lln Inipiir t.tnt city nl Anllih, tli pile of which Is now marked by rxti'mdvo nnd luv pN'sslvo ruins After tlmllni; loilclnc.i they repaired in I In i.:iKt-tn on Ilia SiiMnlh day Hero thy could meet III" pciiple ami would lie Klien oiki. tunlty In speak of Jesus Paul put lilmsetl In tho way nf opportunity ami oi i rriunlly In li--knned In him, They did not demand Ihl prlvllego iirrotisn they wero t'lirlrllnii workers, Their participation In Hi" service and olhir nitlons riimmei.dtit I lien to the ro sier! of Hie leaders of lh tyiMKOKun, which wns tho liieiii deuuirratlc fiituin of the Jewlih iii'llrn II. Paul's Sermon (vv. m il). Paul Iw-tran his remiitks even as I'eler did nl IVtilemst, h ip-elltn; tlio Old Te' lament and referrlnc In Jewish his, lory, uslnc th same to lend up tn his testimony nlout .loins, (Malt, r, K) "It Is ours tn show wherein fhrlst fill riled tlm law. the tihlh-atlni resllim upon us by reason of his invcimit nf Kmcn. and Iho M"Slncs width !s.vjn therefrom " This Is one nf Paul's linen ri'iiinled mt'slnunry sermons (see also Arts It IK-IK:; 17.22311. Tho last twn were In (lenities nr.Iy. This Is a scriptural dlsrcursi. (I) Messiah's pioplonnd ani'fsliy MTSni; IL'i Mes siah's fnreriiiiner CI. IV.l; Messiah rejected Ci;-.':m; III Meishli rlieil from III" dead (3n.nli S) Jesus till Justlller (3H-39I: 101 Iho application, a word of warnlni; (!. Thern must have been some evidence nf rest Irssnt'ss In bis mi, Hence, hence Ids sharp warning Mil- III. Paul's Decision (vv. I'M"). After the separation of Jews from (Ireek proseltes the latter besought I'aul to continue his testimony literally "tho Bnlibath between." perhaps at Hit) mid week meet I iirs. tjiiesiliins ami discus sions were tho order In tho breaking up of tho synagogue service, nnd as Paul and his company departed they were accompanied by some whn had believed Iv. 431, Knowing tlm trstlnt which would follow, Paul nnd llama has did personal work with these, ex horting In sleaiKaslnrss (John 8; 31. 32; Col, 1:23) In tho grace of Ood (v. 3S, 39; Item, 3:21; Kph, 2:8). It Is only In grace that any are nblo to continue" (Horn. E:2; Hal. r.:l, 4). It Is personal work which gathers a crowd and such was tho method of I'aul and llarnahas during th Inter vening week. Ho well was tho work dono and so great was the power of their testimony that "almost the whole city" gathered tlm next flabbsth to "hear tho Word of Ood." Such evident interest In this new teaching aroused tho Jealousy of tho Jews. Years of Jewish proselyting had never secured such a result as this one address ot a doubtful strsnger produced. Hut back of this Jealousy was the greater sin of unbelief. To hear the Word of Ood (II Titus 4:2; 1 Thrss. 2:13) docs not nccossarlly produce obedience and faltb (Luke 8:6-7); not always the greatest number of hearers will pro duct) the greatest number of conver sions. To Interrupt a speaker Is not unknown In synagogues today. Tba opponents "contrsdlcted and blas phemed," doubtless contending that all who hang on a tree are accursed (Gol. 3:13) and they produced a wild tempest of voices and confusion. Only to attack and to destroy the work ot Paul and Uarnabas could save tboss Jewish leaders. Human nature la the same everywhere. I'aul and Uarnabas thrived upon op position. Wo bollevo they foresaw this development and were prepared for tho emergency (v. 46). Docsuse ot long training tho Jewa were best fit ted, to roeeive the Gospol. It was no accident that the first apostles war Jews, but It Is sorlous business to re ject the Christ, and the history of tha Jewish nation since rtjectlag Jesus baa been written !u blood and tears. Jaul7u"L! wejurn" (v. 48) marked the Rubicon of spfrltuirhliftr7Chrf; tiardty Is to become world wide, not by means of tba Jews, but la (fit tst them. ' 1 Tin' Lirgcl I'roilurlnK Cow in the World. This Is n pirlurn of the IMMiin I'tiesiun tov., Durliess Skylark OriiM ly, the new world's cliainpion butter producer. Tlie rt ults of her "i" com scrutlvc t'n' tiM, riinductiil bv Hit Miiint'Miln Ai'Hi-iiltuiiil Culli'Kf. 'show t'int Hip mill.eil '.'TmIILUT .ouii'l. lienily fourteen tons, or over twenty thle.; times her own woiitlit. The littt leirm rontninnl in this year's milk yield upIkIkiI l.'JO.Vd'.i, this lielnK n fut prrrrntntti1 of nlxiut l.:il. I'lKUitil nt rush viilue. nnil tlie il.il Inr nml cents' e.-tlninte Is one of the piiino iviimiiis for tho iitiputnrily i.f the llnMi'ii.''rii'slnn row, nnd nllow Inc :i.'i cents n piumil, slip pnnlccM nlnit $.Mbi wot Hi of riniimerrlnl but ter. Think of It! Mnrp thuii Ihlity live Kl-p nm. I tubs! 'I ho In st pivvlous rtTonl for the .'if!.', roiisecutlrr (lays' hutter lest wns helil by -'lnlrnii Pi hie Jnlmni.n lice l.'ld.v.l. sh,. ,n. ilucnl fil'.' iiiiiin iiioip milk, but it rontnlned 1'S.fiJ pounds less butter than tin- tiimmiit nrrri'illii'il in ill.. rl'uiupton. )aWH" Skylnik Oimsby PJI.M4, v i.o ii, nv lio'ils the win Id's leconl, ir I'urdltsA of nee. cluss nr bleed, win l,i nl iii Ii. II. Youn.-r, of lluirnto Vn let N. V.. mid is owntil by John l-'.:n, of Minneapolis, Minn. Her KI-. Is Mr Oiiitfhy Skylutk 471)1(1, ii', I Iiit ilnin Is Uat.hurst Durlicss Ctnthi'ili' IIK'iPsS, ly John of Ilmnc veldt :iri1.", n bull that was liiiportc In ihiui in lM:i. The new champion hutterfut pro ilurer was horn Octolfr III, IPO!), unit fif.heueil nt the nijp of live yenro nnd three days. Thi-oiiKliout tho test she tiii! for by Axel Hansen, tm I l:"i'l in ssiil n feed, lievi r miu'. V.! tl'p semces of it veterinniy, nnd "in no' er fill nnvthlntt but nnllnnry cn:u men 'nl tow feeils. I'" li'.lnlv this won tei fiil "I Hack nni! , While" row shows nn iiltinclhe iiruht on the vtnr's Udcer nrcount, for to her piiuliirtioii of (.VlO worth of cn"i iiipiTlnl l,i:ltrr iiiiisl Im nddril to tho ir-nifs iiiiintint of skim milk nnd tho nloe of her calf. It Is tin nchtevi i Milt uhlili will ttrrntly pirn-" nil , lovers of llolsteiu I'tlivinn rnttli. Here's Your Chance Hilly Sunday will ImrIii ii jjirnt hIIkIous rivlvnl in l.'ntuns City nbout tlie llrst of May In.n will rontlnup for tight weeks uml mnylip lunger. 'I l.tto will bo Litenn.' luleitM In these miclinir-i in nil the territory In which Tho Wi t kly ICiinnis City Star tirculatci. Alrcndy 'I hp Star tins irrvhul letters from thouMitids of Its ku'u-scilU-rs nskliiK if It is going to print the sermons of Hilly Sunday. The Star is going tu pi hit them, in full, uml nlso complete dm inatlf ilociiptiiin of nil events of interest In tlie campaign. All will bt told nnd lllustinttd so fiiltlifully Hint n suli.-ciller tu Tin? Star will Ki t ns good nn liiipie-slon of tin- mietliigs ns if lie uttiiul fil tliein In perron. The Kansas City Weekly Star Is n splendid wrikly, giving you Hie State, Nntloiml uml World News, and it ut.n contiilns cnih wtult n strung tie pin tint nt dtviileil to discussion or farm topics, Hint Is of piactlrtil value to nil iigrlrulturlrts. THE SENTINEL Conlnlns more Local nnd Nelghboilmwl Nt.wh tlinn miy other paper in Unit County. It Is unt tu nil subscribei's every week nml gives you the news of your county while it is news. . $1.50 pays for both papers one year SUM) YOtllt Sl'IISCWI'TION TO Till I SKNTINKI., OltKCON, MO., lOlt TIIUSK TWO I'.M'KltS AT ONCK. Mrs. Kmma llrugg nnd her daugh i.. i. mi.j vin.. i,,..... -...I rr... their lAtended visit to California. C. . King, wife and daughter, Ttll'klllll' nf lilts U'luitr milni- .Init',. find returning on the steum cars. Mrs. T. S. Illvctt, of Denver, Col orado. Is vlsltln" her parents, llcv. and Mrs. W. II. frame, of Maltland. Miss Kutlo Foley is hero tills nr,-, visiting ner moiner ami brotner, Klllnn. nml Inlnr (Jin 'IH .... cclstor Springs for tho summer. Henry Selkmann was pretty bad ly bruised up last Saturday, when a horse kicked him on tho left leg for Innately no lioncs wero broken. Dr. J. T. Thatcher was cnlctl and rendered tho necessary medical aid. ...FOR SALE-Two vacant lots, Nos. I and 2 OTallon View, Oregon, Mo. For par ticulars, write Earl A. Rock, Forest City, Mo. W. 11. Smith, of the Franklin tils trlct, who was hero Monday, in com pany with Itcv. Frame, tells us that ho is looking for some nf his boys to bo home in the near future for a visit. Wo hope to seo them when they come back. There will bo n gladsome time at the old homo when the boys come back. Wo are indeed sorry to lose from our midst, K. E. Weary, who has been conducting a photographic studio in Oregon for two years, who, with his family has removed to Warrens burg. hIs.8tatc,Micre MrOVearv has taken charge of a photographic studio,' at a lucrative salary. Since their res idence among us they havo made many dear friends, who will be sorry at their going, but at the same time will wish them prosperity and health in their new home. Oregon Canning Company will run factory this neasnn. Sen I . I. Moore, , H. Murray or Moore & Kreek for contracts for rais ins sweet corn. I Oeorpo S. I.ukens, wifo nnd little . .-... 'i,.. i i , , . , . 1 1 " i'nvB, ,un i'li'uuuw, ui aiaii land, and Ucorge Gore, of Forbes, re- turned Tuculay from a week's uhsenco in mu .'iismuii country, in icxas, where Mr. I.ukcns. who represents a land company, sold Mr. Ooro and Mr. Meadows each id Arras, nun, M.. All,. iTexos. ' John C. lllnkle, of tho Kortcscue Hertlmi. VI'flB lini-A nll.n.llnn nnl.n . n court, Monday. Mr. II. located thcro (, luiuniK ironi ov. iouit, leaving tbero on August 4, and arriv ing nt St. Joseph, by steamboat on the Pth, and rcacheil the Fortescuo ' section on August 10. Ho nnd Mrs. Henry Mlnton are tho only two re-' mainlnf earK setllfra nf l,n, aAMiin of our county. ..rc'. (I'u") Kunkcl anil tlaughtcr, Miss Jesta, will leave this week for Munianola, Colorado, where they will yislt relatives for a few days, anil from there will go to Amsterdam, Illnhn. U'hnrn IIiai. ...Ill ..tt. .i.i ' ui 1 1 ".v ,"" sum mer with his wife, who is thcro visit ing with tho children, Dolph, Ilcryl, I uby, Julia nnd Dale, who are living there. Thin la !,,,' . - "i nipi. visiv ironi home in J7 years, and he certainly ling ntiMinH ... --.it nt. vhiiivii u vavniiun PETREE 8R08, ATTORN IY1 AT LAW Offlee first door west ofOltUens Rank. OKEUON, MMSOVBI.