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MUNSING Thrrr are at least cum distinct reason why Munslngncar Union Suit" ptcae cer)body. They arc! Perfect fit Wahbllily Durability rf i V- 'I Comfort smooth sam, non-hind- ing crotch, soft non-chafing fabrics i . . f Aoa'gsplng neat. Strong button hole and button wetted on to clay. Wide selection In fabrics ft) leu and weight Very moderate price for ery fine iiallty. Thl Ik the fature of Mun otiiRttear that will urprle and de light )nu tn ci I. The Union Suit We Recommend. because it recommcds us. It HntisdcH-PLEASES the buyernntl that's whut wc want every transaction in this store to do. We are proud of our MuninRear Mink flrM. hcraue .Mnnlnwcar N world famniiM for iintllyt and second, hccaue we liiiow that Mumdngttear will plcac em) body. Wo can fit you correctly In the ily!e, kiIjM and fnbrlc nu wilt like ineM. FITTS-BUNKER Merc. Co. ASK FOR MUNSING WEAR UNION SUITS ASK FOR UUNSING WEAR UNION SUITS Tow..scnd. Wvalt k Wall Dry lids Co. Mllitr Of AM. IIKI.IAIIU'Y Townsend, Wyatt V Wall Dry Goods Co. Fall Fashion Exposition Week of Sept. 25 to 30. All departments in Kplcndid readiness for the great event Suite, Goats, Furs, Millinery, Shoos and Dress Accesorios of every sort. OUR FALL PURCHASES AND DELIVERIES were all timed with special re ference to St. Joseph's Fall Festival and Dress-Up Week September 25 to 30 so that our friends from neighboring communities in .Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska might combine business with pleasure and hnve the opportunity of view intf and choosing from our magnificent FALL STOCKS at FLOOD-TIDE COM PLETENESS while enjoying the special round of free amusements and entertain ments provided for FALL FESTIVAL WEEK. A Reminder. H wax trulv regrettable that during the recent vUlt here of C. W. How- man, the man who rtarted The Sen tinel, that he did not get the chance to meet Henry llcr.hner. Had he done en, Henry yiuld hnve shown him n mini or two ;nnt wouni iinuiiuejn brought some Incident hark to hlii that would have caurcd him to go back to the year lHir. hen Mr. (ijvmnn wn mustered out of the IN.osi Amy, n adjutant of the -tth M. S, M. Cava'ry. in lMJS, he if turned w''i a .splendid 1-year-o'd hoy hn fu'ly equipped with hol ster and mmIiVp rover. 0. V while he hnl n o I ,rrd i ll of lrrrcn-bnck with hl'it, felt he neeiled more to help li.in eiUlp n printing ollice, The Kontl-icl. and Amlicw Hernhncr. rath. er of Hairy nnd the other llcndiner cum r ii, tooK n fancy to the fplcnd'd oni al, nnd gave Mr. Itown-an ?J.r,n for the howe. Mr. Ilowmnn let the ciiui. merit go with the horse. .N'i.v til year after this Incident, llrni, Hershner bring In to this olllec the Identical holster nnd saddle cover mat Mr. l.nwmnn sou! on his return nr i.eing muMcreii out. They are wonderfully well kept, nnd Henry In nil broke up, bernusc he did not hnve an opportunity to meet Mr. II., durlnj h! recent vlit here, nnd Mr. It. wll be n sony that lie did not hnve a! rliance to tee thce reminders, and I nialn put them on n horse and mount them once ngaln. Henry was '-'1 year "M vhm M father Insight th horse anil the eialrir.ent. Andicw Itersh- ner. the Wither, ilie.l September 1, ni mo nge ei tn jenrs. n nii'tal Sunday Schmd Cons ml inn. The jtivtvtntli n.intinl rnnvr-til Inn nf t'io Intemrtlotinl 'unday School Asso ciation wi I be held at Mound Cltv, y,.i.tnti,ei 07 nnd "J. 'I hit conven t l held for nil p.i'.ors, s-.iperinten-"nt nnd SYrdr.y sehind woiken In th rounty, who crave knowledge, In t !inthm tml better equipment. i no coir lay scuooi er iimi iv has nd vnneed fnf beyond the :innlny fchool of r.tcrd.ty. It hn nn enlarged vl i 'if Its ihitles and iTspnnlbllllles. Ilptftmilnft with Hip Cradle llnll, It ad vances, st m by step, through every g'ndp to the Adult Itepnrtwent. In eluding In Its licnvi n-ln.Iiv, itir"vo nr.d endeavor every ineinlier of the fnirilv nnd every memlier of the eo-ii-jiiunlK-. fom die ttny Infnnt to white, r.nlrii' i-tnt- 'tini-eiits. ThMMgh its lln'iie Drpartment, it liichii- nil. who for nnv reison ran not n"d do nut nttnd the tensions of the selt.Md, nnd enlists them In legj lar mul svstemnt'e IllbV stmlv. Through Its Teachers Trnlnlnc IV ""ent It t'vl''" r nf lnt' llgent nnd well tralnnl officers and teachers lor tee Sundae rlnvol of to. morrow. Through i... f, ... l M(loi. nry pepnit ' ' ! founda tion ror sit 'ig inoi r nrncter. , Mr. Ster'i".. t vimn v.pi (. llhe conve-'')ii h-ader. "ij. $nm Wells, of rnwi'" "h Ionl workers. o r t': e Tty, vM have idaces on ftp ,Us'i the ilennit ipnt.il voiK Sipcrlnt"ii dents shou'l t 'nn t nit"".! nnd bihig n mnnv w i-k n. no.rlhV. jritfr in' In truef tn HT.chrtl yon bv this Ida, the convention nnd call r'p-I:rl n't-ntlon to Hip m-Ii.mI of nielli .rd" in V,'. Inewlay nftellionil. Send tlx names of nil who expect to ntteml to Mrs. MthIk Nelly, chairman of the entP'tnliiineot commit Ire, lie me'ienl nt ll ill-it .,. .I, . . Ilrpet'- to tln Pie.livl I mi .ltr.?t n'ld rplster, and ywi will be n slim ed n eonveiit'oii linnip. Ml nlr III he. inrt l,i tlon roniiuHlro. . ft, if. Make Our Store Headquarters. When you arrive in St. Joseph come direct to the store. Make free use of our check stand, rest rooms, telephones and other store com forts. We extend you THE FREEDOM OF THE STORE whether as customers or visitors. WELCOME. That great Picture 'Preparedness" Motion S'ipd.iv School .oclalliin. The I'nlnn Timniddii Xnn.lnv svii.w.l As'oclntlon held their seml.nnnnnl convention, nt the I'nlnn school hmi .p. Int Siimltv iifl"iiii-ii. Tl'p i'ogiaiu was rnrrleil out n nrlnted In in ,t week's Sentinel with few ecentloni. In the nlieiipe of jI nwl,r,.,..l ... the tople, Mr. Kail Wilson, township in, i) iiinv iiiscusseii "ine Itlght nnd Wrong Wnv of I're-ienting the Siinilav Schoid I i...nn." Tim ventlnti vn rtitliinlntle over the re lation nf the Sun-lay school to Mate- wi.Ip nmhlbltlnn. which was dlcuKed by Mr. fieo. It. Murray nnd llnny M. ijiinrrn. both of whom slnted verv ckurly the responsibility nf ench vot er, Irdlvldtinlly, to vote "yes" on the confct'iiiilonnl amendment regarding prohibition. I he rnnventlnn voted to wage nn educational campaign In this section or t ip county this fall, before the cirruon. The reltfll-ts ft-net the rninii. lav schools khft'.v thee nrn ilnln,. 1 work. EMMA I1I.ACK. Township Secretary. "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" free nt the Auditorium the entire week. Admission by ticket only. Get your tickets here. Krett Aviator I'llnhts, Mammoth Automobile Parade Prizes dropped by Aviator, Prize Win dow displays Townsend, Wyatt& Wall Co. Member Itt-tnll Merchant AwsMttlonn IUIIriMil Farm llcbutcd ST. JOSEPH, MO. Something doing every day at St. lo ucpli's Fall Festival and Dress-Up Week September 25 to 30. HELP! Especially while the streets are so torn up, it will be a great help and favor to us if you give your orders early as we have to go so far to make deliveries. Fancy Red Salmon, Per Can 20c Fancy Pink Salmon, 2 cans for 25c Fancy Tuna Fish, Per can 15c Tin Cans, Per Dozen 35c Jelly Glasses, Per Dozen 30c Scaling wax, Jnr rubbers, Jar lids and everything necessary for canning. Cash For Eggs HARVEY EVANS HEM ABILITY ALL THE TIME" Cash For Hides James Fettllohn and wife, of Ros- John Lacey Is carrying his arm pndal. were over Sunday, and spent in a' sling, on account or a can kick the day with their son. Lester, and Init hint, on Tuesday of family. V 1 September 12. William Patterson left Tuesday of this week for Stanford. Montana. last week, where he will spend sereral weeks looking after his land interests. V. angelical. There will be no nrrnflilnrr sel-vlen nt NIckeH's drove on Sumlnv, on nc count nf the revival meeting In town. no rtiunncR nns niso postponed ltd speclnl rally service Indefinitely, the meetings Jn the Oregon church pro ueing wen attenileif. Vo me "Ohil capped somewhat by reason of win iiineas oi urnthcr llenry Znci man. and alfo Kenneth Kunkel, but the. Lord Is with us, nnd 1 doubt not Will L'ive tl victim'. Wo nek nil rl.l,- tlnn to help us with their presenco ci i-i p. The third minitei-lv ennfei-enr.e up held. October fl-H, by tho nresldlnL' elder, I!cv. Jl. C. Platz, of Kanpns 'iy. J'ASTOH. o . Old Illr'Miry'n Sale To lie October 21. Son nnd dsuuhtem nf thn nrnml Lhamiilon Duroe Jcraov onw. nt th woi lips i nlr, nt San Francisco, will do nmom? t ie sixtv nend or some of tho bent hog!) ever put In tho nolo ring, wncn . i. icuasell's talo opens TueAilnv, October 24. In ad dition to tho Diuoc Jerseys, Mr. lius- seu win sell some or his lino Jersey cows and heifers, and he nromlaes that all told this will bo one of tho finest offerings ever sold. Cata logues will be ready for dlstribu tlon soon. 40 Heating Stoves . All sizes and stylos. Prices low. Got your stove out of this lot, the next lot may cost moro money. 12 Cooking Stoves and Ranges From tho small cook stcvo to tho largo range. Stove boards, Stova Rugs. Coal Hods and Stova Pipe, All FnrSale at BURRIER & SCHULTE L Hardware. Steves and Ranges Tlie Leader Wo Never Misrepresent Our Goods The Leader . Mrs. Jessie Kuhns left for her noroe in Winston, Monday morning. St. Joseph's FALL FESTIVAL and DRESS UP WEEK To The Ladies of Oregon and Vicinity Next miI(, September 'J-'itli tulMtli, will lie otic week of entertain nu'iit, ami wo extend to yuu a very cordial Invitation to enmo anil tuaku on r centrally located and very convenient, department store, your home and liead'iuarters while you am here! Wo havu free tub" phuties-good rest rooms Wo check your bundles free -plenty of good cool drinking water-mil wh will glvu freo tickets to tliosplendld dally shnw at tho Auditorium and on Thursday, tlm big auto paradu will pass our doors. Our nlco storu lias just liuen freshly de:oratud and Is very clean and llxbt-wc will gladly WKI.COMK YOU. OUR NEW FALL GOODS ARE ALL HERE and we will take pleasure In showing you our new suits, new coats, new skirts, new waists, new dresses, new silks and dress goods. Our prices are prices aro always reasonable, considering iiiallty. The Leader 605 to 611 Felix St. St. Joseph, Mo. We Rebate Railroad Fares. C. K. Noted. Christian Kndeavor met Sunday, September 17. Tho meeting was called to order by tho president, nftcr which some business was transacted, then Miss E(ho Carroll took chnrgo or tho meetimr. na tho leader. Tho sublect was "I.ittlo Chances to Help." Mrs. uiara Kncale, i.utncr Dawson ana iranic Lynch gave very interesting talks on tho subject. Wo were favor ed with a piano selection by Miss Alma Fuller, and Alice Babb sang a solo. Some members were absent on account of sickness, and were missed very much. We would be pleased to have vis itors at all meetings, and you boys and girls who are not going to other meetings, try and be at ours, on Sun day iTSJivy C' Vdl .fr-tfia t 6:80 the rest of tho year. Let ono and all try to bo on time, as nothing helps a meeting so much as being prompt. .nr. . .uciouaiii win uc our icaiicr Subject. "Christianity next Sunday. Compared With Other Ilcllgions." Let us give mm n good hearing, as howill uc a goon leaner for thn subject. ItEPOItTEIt. Owing to tho streets being block ed, during tho paring, the grocery men request customers to get their orders in early. Orders not delivered after dark. . For Sale Two Male Hogs, a yearling and two-year-old big, spotted Poland-Chinas. O. F. KURTZ., Farmers' Phone, Oregon, Mo, f " s i i into.