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..Presbyterian Church Notea
Last .Saturday night the Sun day school gavo a i Christmas Can tata, entitled "Chi Jprs.n-with Santa Claus." -The Idea of helping Santa Claui by remembering others not no fortunate as ourselves was well brought out by the children In thU very interesting little play which was replete with pretty songs and bright dialogue. All did their parts well while, Mis Grace McDonald presided with grace at the piano. Great credit Is due Mrs. Guy Cummins and Mrs. Harry Dungan who spent n good dcnl of time and much painstaking rnrc in training the children. The church wm prettily decorated by Mrs. Vanbus kirk's elass. At tho close of the entertainment the presents and an nual treat were distributed.' i A good audience was prerent at tint service Sunday morning. Miss Allcrta Ilragg, Mrs. Ncthcrlanri, Mr. Harvey Kvans and Mr. Guy Cummins sane a beautiful Christinas quartette, ami Miss Alberta Ilragg sang with sympa thelle expression and a spiritual In terpretation that most beautiful Christmas song, "Holy Night." The Christian Eondcavor society had a most Interesting and helpful meet ing,' led by Mr. I'aul Allen, who Is home front Park College for tils vaca tion. Short talks were made by nearly all those present. Mr. James Cunning ham, who Is home from the Moody Iliblc Instituto in Chicago, gave, an count of some il the cxpericncd in wmk kmong n.iti and in the hospitals of that city On next Sunday services will he as follows) Sunday school at U:4."i. New Year's sermon at 11. Christ Ian Endeavor at 6:30, and preaching at 7s39. Prayer meeting Thurrday night at 7:30. May the New Year bring to all happiness, fuller service and a larger life. T. A. CI.AtiETT, Pntor. All accounts are due and pay able on or before January 1st, 1917. Teare & Huley. Evangelical Church Notes The Sunday school of the St. Paul's Kvangcllcal chnrrli elected officers with the following results; II. C. Kun kel, superintendent; Ralph Frye, as sistant superintendent; (tlehnrd Dob yns, secretary; Lincoln Sclmfer. tren urer; Ruth Johnson, or"arlft; Paul llartrom librarian. Mrs. W. C. Johnson was appointed stiperliitetulrrit nf flu Home Department, and Miss Maude Kcuerbaeher, superintendent of the Cradle (toll. The tenet-' rs have net yet been appointed. The school pre sented a cantata, entitled "I'lnvlr.ir Santa Cans," lii connection with their Christmas tree, Sjnday night. Mrs. Davis also sang n be ot-tiful number, accompanied by Mrs. Rev. Clogttt. Tho Nlckell's Grove Sundry school elected the following officers for the coming year; Karl Stephenson, super intendent; V, J. Zneltman, assistant superintendent: Kdnn Fuhrman. secre tary; lc Stephenson, treasurer; Mattle Dreher. organist; Mrs. ITni Stephenson, si'nerlnl'ndent of the Cradle noli. This school n1sv Imd u Christmas tree, and a most excellent mixed program was rendeied, on Mon day nfnht. The rnln storm, which began juvt at the clone of the pro gram, caused the people to hurry awav without the twnl sn Ml time. Tho Young People's Alliance re elected their officer". Chris Meyer l tho newly elected class leader of the Nlrkell's Grove church, and W, J. Znchman, cxhorter. PASTOR. M. E. Church Noli. Tim Sunduy hchnol rave 'heir an nual Christina program on Christmas Kvc. 'lho house wn.i filled to over flowing and tho a-uu-nce paid the liest of ntt'ntlon to every number front first to Inst. The tiny tots received hearty applause for song, recitation or evcrelse. ns dlil the oltler hoys and girls, Lnch minilier pave evidence of careful preparation and training on tho part of thnso in charge. , Wln-my-chtim week n week ef evangelism In charge of the Epwnrlh league begins Sunday, January 1 1. A deaconess will be here to haw charge of the services. Kvciy leaguer remember thnt this week Is for you and for your chum. Bargains In Furniture at the old Zook Photograph Studio. Special Taxes. Collector K. M. Harbor's office Is (ulto busy now sending out blanks and preparing for the collection of special taxes as provided by Congress in Act or September 8, nut), especial ly those taxes which aro duo and pay able in January, 1917, and must be paid during that month or automat ically severe penalties arc Incurred. Thcso taxes consist of capital stock, I corporations, joint stock companies, association" or insurance companies, organized for profit In tho United States, and foreign corporations do ing business In tho United States, which have capital stock of $75,000 or over. All such must mako returns and pay tax during tho month of January. 1U17. . , Also brokers, pawn brokers, ship brokers, custom nouse uroscrs, cir cuses, public exhibitions, billiard and pool tables, bowling alleys, tho samo as under-tho Act of October 22, 1914. Tho tax on manufacturers of tobacco, manufacturers of cigars, ct, Is based unon amount of annual sales! and tax on theatres and moving picturo shows, in cities or over ouuu popula tion remain as of Act of October 22, '1014, however, theatres, moving pic- turn hnu.-s. In cities or towns of 6000 or less population, one-half of the amount is required. All of the above taxes are collected for the period of . six months ending June 30, 1917. .'itie lato taxln retail dealers in clffars - and tobacco, commercial broken and commission merchants wot repealed by the Act of September 8, 1916, to that.no tax. is true on aucn aiur De cember 31, 1016. Bargains In Furniture' af the old Zook Photograph Stnrlln . 20 shoats for sale. Ed llrodbeck. James llhndes. nf Fnr4,.iA I...... viewed Collector Alklre, Tuesday, of this week. Miss Mildred Km? t.l evening with Miss Mildred Meyer lit Mound City. Mrs. Pay Evans, of Savnnnh, Is here, nsistlng in caring for her father-in-law, Dr. C. L. Evans. ."n?Ir',.l'''' Colhour and children are visiting In Savannah, this week, the guest of her mother, Mrs. Weir. Plenty of Choice Cut Flowers, ..i!P.Ti?',v r,n Carnations at the MOUND CITY GREEN HOUSE. Merrill Ralley and wife passrtl Christmas with Mrs. It's, parents, (.enrge Hunter nnd wife, of Langdon, Missouri. -Mrs. J, C. Hnlley, of Wyoming, a student of the State University, at C.plmnhla, Missouri, Is the guest of Moyd Thnteher. Frank Mnrlln nn.l Ml v.ll. (itaves. of Craig, were given a mar--fa-re license while In St. Joseph, Sat urday, December 2,1. The Misses Hattle and Anna (todbey, of our corps of teachers, spent their Christmas week with their "Ifter at Tipton, Mo. Georire Ciimmlnir and wlf children, of Nodnwnv, were hep and n. fit ,LI. ... ; ' . . eeK, me guests of. relatives and friends. Dr. Emma Week has rented the former Zctta Phllbrlck property, now owned by Mrs. T. 1. Price, three doors north of The Sentinel office. Sol Meyer shipped a csr of hogs front horbes, last week. Thev went to the St. Jocph market, ami aver aged 200 pounds. He sold at 19.00. Henry Peret spent ChriMmas BIGELOW NEWb. Many ttdnVof Interest From Blgelow Township, at Told By Gee. A, Conaway. Fred St. John was a Craig, visitor one day, last week. Well, how did you like your Chrltmas present? ' Frank Smith visited relatives In Tnrklo, over Sunday. Frank Chunlng was n St. Joe visitor, on dav lest week. Miss Gotdle Smith was a St. Joe, visitor, one day Inst week. Miss Evah Hogan was shopping In St Joseph, lat Saturday. Mrs. Dan LarVlns was shopping In St. Joseph, one day last wools. Mike Hnrt. Sr., is In St. Joeoeph, this week, visiting with relatives. Willie Wilson was a business visitor In Oregon, Infl Saturday. Mr. ni, Mrs. Holly Carlton have moved Into the Hradbury property. Mike Alden purchased a new Fowl ear the latter part of Inst week. John Greshsm nnd Hunt Gallop were shopping In St. Joseph, one day la;t week. l.eo Hutfon and family spent last Christina in l.nngdon, visiting with relntlves. Mls?es Wlldn Grenhnm and Jean McKee vlried the Mound City schools tat Friday. Clvde Coi-ts Is here, this week, from llrntrlre, Nebrnka, visiting with home folks. The scholars of the., Christian Sunday school were given a treat of a package of candy and nuts last Sunday morning. Ira Chunlng shipped a car load of alfalfa hay to Kansas City, the first of the the week. Seventeen below tnt Wednesday night, the coldest of the season, In this neighborhood. Mr. ami Mrs. r. ii. i.resnnnt vlth Ms dautthter, Mrs. J. O. Seller, vMlcd with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. I . rnur. ins son. jonn. county nigh- . Ske ton at Sunday way engineer, drove him up In his cor, Rev. T. A. Clnirett wnl to Kan ns City, Tuesday, to attend n meet- fam Poynter was visiting with relatives In Savannah and Chllllrothc, .Ml'jiourl, this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. A slier visited lig of the Executive Committee of Ihelr daughter. Mrs. l.utu Hook, In the Svnod of Mlnsnurl. nf nlilrh (. Ij N'onler. Intt Sunday. a member. I - Mrs. J. E. Hnnohcr wa visiting Joy Pel ire ie.ion nt Dayton lilt tt'Itl. flM.III II'. - .1 1 ivlp'or, vh-t Is i relative oj f Mi lIir""h n,rl"U' "u,,' 1,l,t 11 hw n tinners rule. n" MMi-i-. spent the Yulellde :Vl"'rr'n,Ir.''. In I'IT'1"'' M,vc,al ,,ay n. OMo enloi-lmV . the flrt of lho week. Wr rht Xe ?en? " Tito Inx nf hl-V.orv nuts came " "', nnttv nainm- ewnne. vim i m tin i i 1 M Siellmnn Is speeding tlt. teW.i hi- rti -J7PV-S"t!',r,',, ho'ldnys In Ottumwn. Iowa, this week. ,f V riKr1'? ""I1, I rrn. I""" visiting with relatives. iii.i " v.-0'1.. .i1'.'' K",i'." "f' -Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Morris spent i uireii linr. urnnen ni- nrul Tlmn. lay of this week. the dnv visiting with Mr. and Mrs, Joe Morrlrt Inst Kimilav. W. M. WhVov and wlfo wete ail a..,..!. j j ''invn frnm Mnllland, Christmas day, nn an.iiunia ic nut: nnu pay visltinir with home iolKs. nh'fton nr b fnro January 1st.1 r' "iHw Grain company re- lOlT t..m o..t... ' celvwl a enr load of bard coal the 1917. T'are&HU'Cy. Hatter nart of lat week. Darrell Schoonover wns un froi.t I Kansas City, visiting w ith relatives J. H. .Murray is at home, after nn'" menu oyer i iinsimas. 'evcral week's nluenee. rem- DIMiton. ' tint! Co"ny. Knnrnr, where hn has Ml Snlllo Itock vislteil with home folk, smith of Mottnd City. n're'tlnc things lit "htp-shapo" on ,' 5un,,.nv n.n.'' 9hrl,,v,n! Is Imgo rnnel. there. Charley Worley nnd famT.y -MItcs Edith and Catharine r.f,."mtJTV hall, the former n teacher and tho . vr' r.,V r.flrrt..J,lr1 i. , and ma at Srringfleld. Mo. X ZA&Vb u.,r'" ?, ,.,;",,' K,an,,- her mi.ther. Mr. E. Spellmnn. In ilMren nt.il Ml. llewen.i Pierre hnv.t , Mn, rltv ,vrrni (n..,, n,t .,.!. -.turreil fniM n vNIt with her mu, nrnce Whipple Is here, this Ini'viter. Slri. V. I- Grinstend. Inm. i ' !.... u. t.....l. ..i.m.... .m. '-.'-. I , i ' i .". hit, rut .ini.ii.M .,,,. the Migetow route. ' I J. E. Slater and family drove down to St. Joseph, In their Hudson ear, the latter part of last week, and arc spending the week visiting with relntlves and friends in and around St. Joseph, this week. I Nick Hlnkle Is home, this week, front Lincoln, Nebraska, visiting with home folks during the holidays. Nick Is attending medical college In Lincoln and Is getting along fine, and In a short time It will be "Dr. Nick." Fred Dennett, assistant agent for the Ilurlington at Weston, spent (hri.ttnns day with home folks, rc-j turnlnif to bis work In Weston Mon. I day evening, his brother, Ed. having 'eciiriii n portion there, accompanied. I're.l. Ike Adklson (John D.) says that was sure some automobile trip It. I took last week, and thnt his chauffeur', I "lied," passed a certain rail fence nine times but he don't know where it was other than It was In Holt .-ounty. It wns a Jolly crowd that gathered at the W. O. . hall last Monday evening for a evening's social visit and .ui.ner. Tho usual big spread of all kinds of good things to eat neie to be had and a very pleasant venirg wns nJoye!. Ham- Larson and wife are the' proud parents of n new bnby lmy, born Inst Sunday morning, December 2, 1010. Dr. H. E. Hogan was the nttending physician. Harry says ho is sure some hoy and that so Tar. they have not named hint. 1 Mrs. Waller llrndhiirv shinned their household goods to lleatrice, Nebraska, last week, leaving flip lat ter tiart nf the week for that nolnl. where she Joined Mr. Hradbury, who lias a good position there with a wind mill manufacturing company. Itecently Fred St. John shinned. steer to St. Joseph, that brought Mm f 140.00. and a month niro he' hipped a load of hogs, one of which brought him 1(10.00. This is a pretty gnl record for an amateur, llettcr un Into the stock business Fred. Mrs. Pudge Poynter, who has been Isltlng with her parents, Mr. and Mr. J. (J. Hlnkle, here for the pat wek, returned to hep home Mondnv evening, at Menden, Missouri. Mr. Poynter, who came tip and spent fhrlstmns day with relatives accom- pillleit tier. I It Is reported that Emmett' 'Inkle, nf I'orleeue uclghlothno-l, undo n clennlni? nl 'he Mound City -tin club shoot, nl Mound City, lst i-rtiiny nrternnon. i-.mmell usually get what he goes nfter, and thl.i limld be a warning not to try oft Emiett's chicken house or his water melon pntch In season. I - it is reiniriM ii'.tt imrry HotBot ind Ml" l!trel. ef St. Jnsenh. ar to be nnrrlel In Hint city, one dav, t'il week. Harrv hn n good posi tion with the Ilurlington railroad ei.'i'paev In St. Joenh, and has n '.ot of friend in thl neighborhood who wish hlet and his wire a plrasant voyngn on the sea of n-nlrlmony. An o'd forhlnnril Christians tree tnd entertainment wns given at the Methodist rhiirrh. Iat Sundnx- even Inif. by the member nf thnt church. short lint Interestlnir i.rui'rnin wns rendered by th1 Sundnv school puit; tnere wns a large crown. .-anin i:ibuh arrleil on time, miii-h to the iWlrlit of the little folk nnd everybody en Joyeil the entcitntnment. oiil wn:. receiveit the nrst f I want to thank vou, one and all; for the most liberal patronage, you have given me the past year, and wish you all a Happy and Most Prosperous New Year. SATURDAY SPECIALS Can Corn, Per Can - - - 10c Early June Peas. Per Can - 10c Cash For Eggs Harvey Evans "RELIABILITY ALL THE TIME." Cash For Hides WE wish to thank our patrons for their very liberal patronage during the few months wa have been open, and ask for a continuance of the same. May every minute of tho New Year, bring you a gift of Happiness. Moore & Springer and nnd family, of Kansas City. Miss' Airnes N'ew ton. of St. Jo epti, was with Mnrlo llodgin, Inat , as a professional nurse. Herj eV. her ft lends, Misses llcssit- and Itlnncb limit. Mr .and Mrs. Luther Adams sn iferslonal nurse. Hcr.kiiendlnir the lintldnrs vloltlnir with natlent had so Improved that she re- relatives In (Hcnwnod and Council turned to nor Jinnie last Patiihlay, Miss Katie Murphy, trained nuie n ret'irni'd from u, (5. Welgel's. where she hns lieon nursing their baby. Viola, who hns been very ow- for five wcks with pneumonia and whooping cough" Iteprrsentatlve-elert John H. 'CunM, accompanied by his wife, left Tuesday for Jefferson City, to be enr y nn the ground when the legUlaturo -onvenes. They v ill do light home keeping during their stay. Hemember we will send jrnu the rntlnelt The Missouri Kurallst, twice-i-monllt, nne of the heft farm our tal In (he country, and the Houe. 'mid Magarinc. nne year, for the price .f the Sentinel alone. I.B0. II. (J. Unlev and family celebrat ed their Yuletlde lime in their ele gant new home, Just completed by Ci.iitraetotr Tnchtrrmnn. It Is an other elegant home added to tho pav ed district on West Nodaway street. Leo Petreo came In Sunday even family. He Is doing field work in tho (ieologlcal Department of the llluffs. lov.n. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hunt gave a big Chrlstti-as dinner at their home Chrlitnia dny. to a number of their relatives and friends. Dan Dennett nnd family were here Christmns day front Taiklo. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dennett, noith of town. Mrs. Dr. V. E. Hogan, Mrs. II. W. Urnham, Mrs. (! M. Larrabee and Mrs. It. J. Dudley were St. JoM-ph shoppers, one day, ln.it week. Mss Mary Wood nnd little nephew Master Dick Simpson. Is here this week, from Hatfield. Missouri, visit ing with her sister, Mrs. S. W. Skel ton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry MrKmvn are here, this week, from Pendennis, Kansas, visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mnry Freemun nnd other tela tlves. -3 1). W. Jessup is in Vernon. Ind., this week, spending the holidays, visiting at his old homo with his father and mother and old tlmo friends. Jim (inmhrel and wife, who have Empire (Jas and Fuel company, and .been visiting with Felix Cambrel for is now wnrxing out from rrotlonia, li-eveim uayj, reiumeii 10 wieir noma Kansas. He returned to his work Tuosday. Charles Hell and wife, of Walnut, Iowa, were hero over Christmas with his parents, Frank Hell and wife. Hn was accompanied on his return Iioiiid as far ns St. Joseph, by his father and mother, whero Mr. Ilell went to get some improved machinery for hh blacksmith shop, F. I.. Zeller, of Holly Springs, Arkansas, arrived here Friday, of last week, for an extended visit with his wife,, and of course he will vMt with Carrie a part of tho time. His daughter, Miss Dale, who Is a student of tho Kfrksvillc Normal, arrived tho '-bmino evening also, and will remain luring the holidays. Tho Drooks and Knealo sale, held here Wednesday, nf last week, Dec. 20. was well attended, and bidding was splendid. Col. P. M. Dabb, auc- loncer, iniorms us that the lain nc'ttod $3,349, $350 more than they had figured on. Stock, hogs and rattlo sold high. Milk cows sold from $82.60 to $112 per head. Jack Wright's sale on the following day, Dec. 21, drew a good crowd, ami good prices were realized on every thing. Five abort yearlings brought $45 per head; three eight-month heifer calves sold at an average of $36 per head: and eon-i averaged $89 per head. Col. osuu, me auctioneer, says uiese two In Hnmburg. Iowa, the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mix. Fred Dunhnm and children, of Westborii, Mo.j Mr. and Mrs. Ilussell Cotton, of Forest City, and Ed. Preston, of Quitman, were thn guests of Mrs. W, E. Preston, Christmas day. Jesso Knhn returned tho latter part of last week, from a threo week' visit In Southern Arkansas, whero he bad becn on n hunting expldltlon nnd visiting with friends. Charley and Will Morris loaded a car of hay the latter part of last week and another the first of this week, which they shipped to a Mr. Summers at Uehllng, Nebraska. Paul (iresham is In Norwood, Missouri, this week, visiting with home folks and will return the tatter part of this week to resume his school studies next week, Tom Hunker got out his new Dodge car last Saturday evening and brought Jim Ithoades and Ike Adkl son (John D.) up to W, O. W. I-odgo here, last Saturday evening. , Mr. J. F. Ilufs, who has been doing the grading work on the Dig Tark, west of town, finished up the work the latter part of last week and shipped the grader and tools to St. Joseph, Henry Doua-hertv cava It certain. ly paya to advertise, and if his per sonal mall matter ktps in increasing Mies were among the beat he had it will ba nac.ssary for Uncle Sara uuriug .us year, jto employ anower, mail earner (In- i'cV frooi I'f.ll folllna. r'nlni'-iil.i. , llernntd Evnnls, nf lown, Is the - l S .Mnr', with the Street Hail- irmut nf Dr. r. 1.. .Marxiunii aim v.uy system 01 .-t. jiimmiii. wns nern e-ipo'itieinir thii dentil of litt'o l.ois family. 'ft Saturday, visiting Ids frttlicr-ln- lliildell. the H.yenr-nlil daughter of, 11- t a l1oH) it port n l'My ,,v '""l i"n,,i"in'nM't . I!, Hltu Mr. n-i.l Mrs. C M. Ill M-P. Int Sun-- r u;m , Mm,t 'crowloy and wife, J'n and wife, and many other relit day e.enlni'. ef diphtheria. Mr. and , lives. He wns tmtklng fine, nnd his Mrs. lUiMrlt have a ieiH..r of re'" 1 i,.,.i. ( ui,i .,.1,1, sl.iulov.s never seeirs to grow less. .1 1 , , , . , ... uvrn nnn n 110.-.1 111 inenus n II , . .. . .., , Mi;ii.t. vlelnltv who will mourn with them . 'i,,:,1'' '.'IRlt.?. . "M III the I- irinvemerl. " " i.-i'iiiiii .Mi, inn,- P111111111T rni-i and l.eu Petlee is new in the field Mill I; for tin- (ii-oliurlrnl denattment Hubert llnleh. wife and children "f "'o V'"'' ''' ''j' J"""' Com- ri-i'iiiiir 1111 imn piiiuinrr rnin vlKlteil till- seetlon of the ne;dir- Chr slmas with nintlves ami -' ( ' iVs u YteaWm hoo.1 Inst Monday nIH.t. nei-nm,nnle.l,riiends in Elm... Missouri. 1 ? t . terin I i t w irk in h ulheasterri by Uite a lot nf lightning and thun-1 -Our Meemed elllr.en. Charles ,?r"utlt I Is der. reminding one of the good n!, lllbenbeck. celebrnte.1 bis K7lli birth- J "' ,UU1 Pnrciil Tor thu nHI iininer time, nnd 'IVerdny mornlm;, day, Satunlay of last week, Dec. 23. 1 ' old Sol L-nt nn tlin Inl. nnd ll u n, I 1,1.1111.. I'...l. I..fi 1..1 .....i, c,1 Er,iet Oi'iieuliinder nnd little um.suallv wm for the t'me nf year. Mrrls, Okliihomii, where he will vls'l .In'H-hter llnxel, rnme In and inn.'e in T ils ra n will hidn the ul'oit. n the i.i- .i......i.i.. M, Mn-. I-....I .,,.1 n very nlcnmint call Snttllilny. nf last . .1.... ...... 'i .:. .....i" 1.:'... ,111. ....... ..,., tv.... ...... 1... ..... . .!,.. i(i'-, tr" ,nn iiii"vn ,"i whent ground wns iTeltlnrr dusty. IfMiii li riii 11 r,w ueekH. .., ,. -W7,jr.XA1,riM h. ,u:"usvp.;rptho lulls' HiMIgn Is n-sistlng In earing ,ht' J' Ph. De end er .3. LHO. r.. 1.1... .....i m,. .,.ini.i. ..." Mls llert in evnolds. who s Marl 1 lie new Year by other .laughter, was here from Nor- lMn in the punt nffici . will l.iivo ton. Kansas. Severn days, return ng "'"ki i'i i..,,,!-,. p,IPiiP . MrMn'c to her home Inst Sundnv evening where she will take u cuurso In n buhl- DUying l-urniiurc 31 rtiariin S. John McKuwn. wife and "two w eullege. . . .. children left the latter part of thl1 Enrnei.t llurgcr, of Casper, I ,. , , week for their home In Senern, Nebr. Wyoming, is nt home on it visit with 1 m-'"'"!!. wire nnd family, John and family left here about eight his patents, Ulrlclt llurgcr and wlfo. "f H"' "m dlslrirt, are as , happy years ago. ami came the first of la"t and other lelntltes. This is his find, ''' mo now ul home in week for n visit with relatives and .visit home since ho left in 1012. h'' ft . two-slory, elght-room friends. Mr. MeKown Is liinltor for -Mottle Dobyns, of this paper residenre, modi-m nn.l up-to-dato, that the schools in Seneca, an. took ad- Wl Christmas In Coming.' Mo ' I"' ;n rumple ,. Vwar vantage of the school's vncotlon In with Ch. N. Dobyns. eiiltor of thn -" , '"'' relebinted their 25tlt visit his old home. John nn.l wlfo Cnuinlng Mirror. This was Mortie's wedding nnniverire. hnve a hoft of friends here who wcro first visit home for several "moons." i --Mrs. I'innk I'etree and Miss Lou mighty glad to see them. Annual Entertainment. The "Fudge Crowd" hwtf their thir teenth nnnunl Christmas tree, the cvenlnif of December t?fi. nt thn liamn nf Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curry, with of this station during tho past week, Airs. J. J. unyniil as Hostess, A iui nrecK ami nui Aioore, ..nun. bountifully decorated treo with many and Ed Horneckcr, Chnrley (llenn. mysterious piieknges, was the center l'a!l I'rye and Hoy Hrndcr each had of tho nttrnrtlon, Seven of tho ton ln,,i onJ Will Derr had four members were present In spito of tho , ears. innnuer-storm. two mrmneni, .Miss I Mrs. E. M. Austin and dnuirhter. left Tui-dny fur u few .lavs' visit Mrs. Clyde Mubry, weie up from St. with Mrs. I'etiee's cousin, Mr. Joseph, Friday, of last week, thn Iteuchlln Wright, In Kansas City, gucMs of Mrs. (!, I.. Cummins and Kansas, Clinrles visited his Uncles, Mrs. II. (3. Ilulcy, sitters nf Mrs. W. A. and Charles E. Petrce, In Austin. St. Juiieph. Frank stnye.l at homo Nine car lon.ls or hogs went out n Keep up me nre.s Hurrah for Ji p (Ireene, Humes, Ina Hothln nnd Mrs. Chas. W.'filenn were absent because nf rickness, nnd Mrs. S. 11. llihhard fa spending tho holidays In New- York, llonton nn 1 BVnshlngton, Those present weros liases Alhcrtn and Zlnna Ilragg, Mnrv Alnnre. Hntn 7iller. T.nrnlnn King and lllanrho Markland and tho! hostess. This was tho first Christmat treo for tho new member of tho crowd, Miss Ednn W. Rnyhlll, tho In- rani Daughter or Air. ami Airs. j. j, RayhlU. " A Bargain. If sold soon, here It bargain. An up-to-dato resldci.ee in New Point) known as the Oren reId?nee. For further particular, call on er addraaa, ELMER PENNINGTON. Farmers' Phone. Fillmore, lie. FOR RENT A. house with 8 room; centrally located) electric' lighted) flood cave and garden spot. Addreii ock box 170, Oregon, Mo. i At LKHMANS Th dy w do cut til short length of pic cooiu of tv.rr ilticrlpticn si utll l ihorl loll of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You un iuar UU br trsduif st LEHMAN'S on REMNANT DAY , V Ills brother In this city, Informs us thnt he lins Just hud n letter from Jop, wlio is pharmacist In n drug storu nt lluhl, Idaho, that he Is now a full fledged pharmacist, and has .had n rulso In calory, and Is the manager of thu utore. This will be good news tu Ji'ii's many friends here, nnd wo join with them In congratulations to Jep. l!oy Campbell, wife and nil. thu littlo Campbells, came in last weelc from their home in Holyoke, Cal., to spend tho holldtya with his wife' parents, Lin Carroll rilid wife, ami other relatives. Ills mother. Mru. James E. Riley, accompanied them and will visit here for a few days with her son, Warren Campbell, and daughter, Mrs. James E. Ramsey, and other relatives. To Vlcksbttrg. Meyer Post at Its meeting, last Saturday, named T. C. Fuller, Rob ert Montgomery, John M.Jones, E.M. Norri and B. F. Morgan as a com. mittee to look after the question of attendance to the peace celebration of the Blue and the Gray of tho Siege of Vlcksburg, which it ia pro. posed to .celebrate in October, 1917. If you are going, write any of them.