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H,y had n "raisin' " af Mourd City, Tuesday evening of this week, i March fi. ami it wasn't of the sheal , variety either, but of that character that goes far toward making a bettel i man. a Mfr cltinn ami husband a , letter iran in .all the ccntlal that , teach him the higher and nob.er in ( '"'VlounJ City Ix-oVe. A. K. & A. M.. vbVh was organized .. October, life I. - ( . .... m...m rtf Kifhntil I ' r.iaor a .is,i-i .......... . I Poyntcr. of VorUMue. and the ica-l ,ion a ee'cbrated b the coming titfctntr of rtpreMnt.Vive Man. fiori cwry lodge in the county. j well r.f from Skidr ore and l.ocle l r.r m'm'i ' v,i.i. - - Uful ami tmpressixe decree was ,.n charce of the dfgrc te.ifol 'Chanty lolge. of St. Joseph, with Mr liur Unk m the Kat. , Concluding the work, an dab-iratc banquet wa served tn the lodge room. which was ioiiowm o ai'i-iuri. sreecne i nun M-.rs.-it..'-. - -. I . . . t . I .... . , i i !...(. m-H- wi.in the grand lodge. January and receici u cnantr viui lOO. I. 1. Ha!!ard was the ttrst W. M.: John S'ehranti. S. W.. anil AVm.HolilitlII. secmar) inrramm f. worshipful master is Ton) Hridgmon. 1 I 1 L . Vial e FURNITURE iic.e. 10 the lb - hot and'and drank freel of the camel' milk. Ihere In 1'ull Korce. Jilany of our cltlienn heanl Monteem ery A Stone, tn "Chin Chin." at the Lyceum thatle. In St. Joph. thl week, and ali attended the Auto inolillc anil Tractor how, which of rnH there. Wednefday of thi week, rmil there. Weilr.ewlay of thil week, and continued up to and includln; atunlay. March 10 A are loud m their prain' of tnh er.trtamn entf. We could not Kit V' a tut the fo'. lottlne utr t.i nare . k .e ..io wre In n'f-ndankC. (.'. l. Z.ok and .fe. H. S Trare uml tfe. 1!. "i. l!u'i and fe. An dr TiM-htrrf.an. and 'a l!o!t ! anil ilc. I.m arto '. and wife. iui 1.. and . f. fSeoitfe K. ie'.n ani II- A. Kan. J. II llir.df. trank loftrr and wife. Ir. II. II. A- n. 1!. T. I.l.vn. Dr. II. 0. Hoce and we. Mi v r. Kinla Xither'an.1. I re.1 I'hi bticX. if- and ehlirm. Kfin Weif. .MU 7.inna llratfc. Kred ook. Mf. (!uy Conft!. Mif Kate Hailur. Mu ilvttlr Trrnch. D. .M. Mattin. wife. and Mn. Km). Tfce "t b ffar-i car and au toinobl". uddttil Killed, llowanl Chamlief. of Maltland. re-ceive-l a teleirram. W'ednenlay morn' ing of thl week, frmn Seattle. Wnth Inirton. conveylnc tle ad Intellicence that hi wiiHw, Thelote Under, had Urn InMantly killetl if that citv. u.n-Y, r. l'tlT. hv a fall he lUttained in tbt gaveranient hlyarili there, where he wa wor'irfnK. lie fnnnerly midHl In Maltland, and about five yearii aifo wa marrll there to Mor ilena, daurl.Ur of Howard Chambrn and wife, of that city. The widow and on child aro left, with a ho.t of relatlxen and 'ri'nd to mourn hU udden taklrir uway. ine irirmm Hativen hiiM Ihe ircre ympathy of a Uu'e nun.txr of friends. l.ot c hiidV Kur Veck-pu-co Oregon: MIUS. l.F.VJ KKKXCH. .Mi Itirttle l"rice ha returnl from a few day' Vint with friendii in St. Jocp)i Mr. Kminii llucher, of forot I'm lft tnr Warren. Montana, Wiil rilavnlirht of thm wk, where he will mane r.er luiure noir.r. Mi. Sallle (li'more. of Mc( 'd Junction. Nebraska, who h been Vl' Itinif hue for wral da. the Kue.t of Mr. 1ittle Kenneily. and her cou.in. Mr. A. It. I'ayr.e. returned to her home, thl ween. Cane Sugar, Sfl.25. We pay Cash for Eggs. WATSON'S CAFE The Auto Sales Co.. Kd Kramer, proprietor, eolil two Ilulck "fi" touring cam. thl week, a follow: Mr. Iit tie Markt and J. K. (Kmmett) Hod Kin, and a n-cond-hund Konl touring car to Krank Hell, blackunith, of tihn city. J. H. (Hump) Price ha M-vere.1 hln conniption with II. A. Kvani, Rrocer and meat, and will fann the conilnu feafcon, a outdoor worie n more lienelical to hi health. Mr. Kvnn ha not jet M-cured any one In hi place, o IIKiKI.OW NKWS. CieorKe C'onaway Tell of Many In lerentlnK HappenlnK in IIIkc low and Thai Vicinity. t Kis 1 v.. f7 v.- Tom llridirnion' wa a Cralu vial tor. Monday. S. M. Smith left the firt of the week for South Dakota. (juy Jonet (hipped a car load of lio(r to ht. jo.-epn, one uaj, rai week. Joda lleekman waa a twtine visitor in Joepn, one day, last week. Mr. M. II. William wai vliltlng with frienil in .Cralu, one day, lat WtH. , . w Frank Walker wan In Oregon, several day, last week, on court bull nes. i Ed Preiton wa down from Quit' man, lut .Sunday, vlltlng with horAe folk. Glllman Walden was vinitlnc with friend In Fall City, Neb., aver Sunday. It. C. Hats well shinned a-car loail of hay to, KetUOak, Iowa, one day, uat weed, . . a . Mlu'SalHe.Tloek mentMaatiBua. fiX' Tiiltln wlth'hme foUu,Mth 01 moom viiy. Almoft xero weather, last Sun' day mornirur, and toe grouad hoc U Ull on tlwlob. Brother Martin, of Forest City, Another big car of that Qualify Furniture just arrived. I find my room crowded and must move sonif. $12.00 Iron Beds - - $ 6.75 S 2.00 Rockers, Oak - $1.25 28.50 Kitchen Cabinets 15.00 10.00 Mattresses 8.50 Remember these are the QUALITY KIND RUGS. Regular $60 00 Special Price $30.00. This sale s something that will astonish all the public, wondering how we do it. HERE 15 THE SECRET: Big car lot buyers, buying from 2 to 5 car loads at a time. Remember this sale starts at once, and will postively close as soon as my stock is reduced to normal. COME TO THE STORE WHERE QUALITY COUNTS AND THE $ RULES THE PRICES. OUR MOTTOES QUALITY UP!!! PRICES DOWN!!! We Sell For Less!!!! LESTER PETTUOHN, OREGON, MISSOURI SPRING IS HERE Pi mot delightful eanon of t year, when nil nature I liurtlni? forth Into life, heauty and frul Kiln-! therefore, do not over-look either the ntcha'rd. the irarden. or the lawn. Have an aliumlunt up t.lv of Rood frh fruit for th family, all through the eaon. A irood commercial orchanl of Jo nthan. (irime Cotden. and other of thl cla will linnp ix-lter r turn nnn uny mw-r u make of Jour land, while n f w ifood hade tree and omiirtiita. n'h a forttBy Maple. Carolini Poplar. Cnta'p.i llunc-l. Wille Pine, ii..i..,n..r, Rnirm Vim lloutt. Deutilu Snowherrv. Weluellaltyi ' town, for Himo time, niovel over lie New Point, the llrt of the week. It I reported that W. .M. Selkmnnn d otiive to th; Mine place. -Henry Jolce, hotter known rm Jnh." who hn l-on lioldlnjr a claim near .Marino, Colo., for the put yenr, ntnmeil home, one day, laM week, and ray he ha come hack to tuy. Another rae, where IIIr Talk calleij one of it own hack home. Jim Cout returned the lutti-r part of lut week from Adam. Neb., PUBLIC SALE A I am Rolnit toX'ana.la. I will ,rjl at public uuctlon'on what In and Clematl I'anlrulatl. prone ly ananirctl on your home ground will give an nddwl touch of beiuty that will lie a conMnnt delight throughout the long ummer t ii.on. V havo all of the above orna 'lenta! ami a good line of the iet fruit trev of our own growing constantly In tick. We can furnMi tlitz-v- I.,.o'iMi, Soft Maple, an 1 Catalpn SpM-lof.i ( for gnive. wind break ami pot). 1J to 18 In he or IK to Inche. at very low price and on ehort notice; alo o,e it ml Ornamental Hedging. Ve arc headquarter for all lh hel arlctle of frull (ree, plant, tine and hard) ornamenl: al will U- prepan-d to funilh our patron' the ver Uft quality o spraying inateXal. either In large r mull quantitle. Con-e In or call u up. We have both phone, uml will be pleaded to icw you Ir. any way that we can. Murray Nurseries . i'.mi i4irL iiiriii Aiiiiiim. I'll.. . , r f where he vilte. with Clmrley l)orcy m'ttn "", 0,,, Fo fnn, tw mil? J0rtfte.t 0 VomA City, and one- ,.. the'fower lllgciow folk . " "' ' W,n J. " Mirt the fori t ting along Ju f nalnetl for a ii:o. It. Ml ltltAY. Prop'r. OKKGON, MO. t)ft line. Mr. Melton n a onger v It with me Dnrv fnlly. i rri'd liierliam, who liu had tho auto fever for wime time in u mild form, wn an Oregon vUllnr, Monday, where he puirhaKed a new Podge car, bringing the cur heme with him, Mon i lav evening. I'red and family huvo u host of friend who will be glad tn I.m fli..,,, dnloi' lit.. fill f nf nitiv f far- J I Mr. John .Sheppanl left the llrot I of the week for the nuthem part of ! heM unices at the Christian church, 'at .Sunday evening. Guy Jon purcha-d two thor oughbrel llerefonl cow and one calf, In .St. Joeph, lat wek, - Mil Serilda Vilon wa vlnltlng at the home of J. II. WiUon. In For. ei-t City, wveral duy. thl ve-k. Presley Hick and wife were visit ing with friend and relative In Ta bor, Iowa, several day, last week. Mr. W. 0. Maler anil daughter, Mlsns Until, Oertnide and Marian, were guest at the birthday dinner of I.elioy Uicke, In Craig, last .Sundn. Prof. A. (J. Stanley wa up from Itirhville, one evening, Inst wick, driving a big Hup enr, looking iut like Hamey Oldlleld coining into town. Mr. Geo. McKown. who raise thoroughbred Ithode Island chicken, hipped two extra line rooster to Itav l)avi and wife motored Meinhauer. Neb., to a customer, one down from Craig, last Sunday, and day. last week. fK-nt the day visiting with relative. In our Item. Iat week, the nniro II. O. Adkinson ay he l getting of Tommy Ahcr appeared a one of tired milk(ng so many cow and will the soldier boy, who retumnl from sell two or three Jersey thl snrinir. the border, the item should have read Mr. A. V. Chunlng, Mr. W. K. Tommy llunean. Ilain and Sarah Marguret McKee Along with a lot of other readers were Mound City visitor, last Sat- we missed the old reliable A. A. Jell"- unlay. rey department In The Sentinel, last ill.. r!l....n ir. . ...... m 1, ,,1- Int. ll.lt Um. U-tlt ,-,. I... ffrom Mound City, one day, last week, .on the Job thl wek. collecting for the Independent Tele- Jut a little sprinkle of now, fchone Co. one day, Inst week. The roa(! are Jim Walden and family moved duoty, Just like uiiimer-tlme, and It Into the residence recently vacated by l reported the wheat li Retting In Mr. Mary Kord, the latter part of bad sharx- for the want of moisture. Jait wetk. J. h. .Slater, Guy Jone and Ifob- ' Allen Notley, the garage man, ert Urown, attended a dinner and en wa looking after automobile bud- tertainment given by the Scotlth llite nei In Kansai City, neveral day, tertainment given by the Scottish Itite last week. 1'lral, In St. Joseph, lust Monday eve- Ml Josephine Anibal, of Craig, nlng. wa visiting with MU Gertrude On account of the remain of Maler, between train, one evening, 'Mr. Mary Klmbal, who died in a last week. I Kansa City hospital, arriving on the There wa an attendance of 16 afternoon train, last Saturday, the at the Christian Sunday school, lait Woodmen Grove lodge postponed Sunday morning, and the collection , their meeting to Wednesday evening wa 11.20.' of thl week. Orville Jackon and Mike Alden Mr. Cella Greiharn I the flrt, ci rove nown 10 ai. joepn, in the lat ter' Ford car, one day, the latter pan 01 latt week, C. S. McKee received hi new Font car, the latter part of latt week, and ha already learned how to han dle the "Tin Willie." Uoy Cocanengher left laat Sun day evening for . Springfield, Ken tucky, where ht will visit with rein tlvap for a few week. ', " , vi-Georgt'iPreiton and Strs. Kthel (Ithnnut wr "vlaiiinU'Uh VtU' ur. ' r T"m1' r - ". w.vi . PI a Ur, ,r. Vernl Cpfton, 'in7 ForeU City, one Uyf' wt xf. "'r' . - Ciiy Jone titaT'Li6t Brown u) on chipped la and (hipped mixed car lead of hoga and cattle to St. Joaepb, the first of the week., that we have heard of. In thl neigh oornooii, mat ha a brood or three week' old chickens and a dozen hen Retting. Zero weather 1 pretty cold for young chick. Jim White and family moved from the II, F. Schoonover property to their farm, on the eat aide of the track, the first of ,the week, and Wal ter Suey and family moved into the Schoonover house. , - i -Brother O. W. Adams was In Tabor. Iowa, several days, last week, on 'a business mission and while ab sent the mail rout, was handled by, Tom Ilridgmon, whom we are told, ft an expert in handling the route. Kd Graham and family, who have been living on. the Hiaei farm, west the state, where she will travel for ( hlrago llrm for n few week, and If he like the work, imiy tuy on tlu rnnd longer, uml in the meantime, Wednesday, March 14, '17 The Following described prnpcrty.to.wit: 44-Head Live Stock-44 I Head of llnrse anil Mulrxi One black mnnp; 10 year old, weight uuu 10. John I not looking for another cook. nnile fnr Iwau' he av there I no cook like mootli moutheil, weight 1050 lb., In Mr. Sheppanl. foal to, CasteelV road hore. this maro There wu a 'urge crowd from I broke to nil harne. and I epec- l-ortecue attended . 0. . Imlge ny gentle' for women and children! here, lnt Saturday evening, and M. I.. I coming yearling n-arc colt: I black lliitfon. manager nf the lumber yanl mule, 7 yearn old, weight 1 100 lbs. at that place, wa Introduced Into tho mystene or tee onier. mere are 'I'AltMINt; IMPI.KMKNTS: I goiMl low wagon, with box and coop enilgnte and extra lile-bnarils; 1 extra goo,l hay frame, 1 good top buggy. 1 new buggy tongue, 1 light yprlng wiignn. 1 John Deere walking lister, good n new; 1 good New l)e. pnrture cultivator. 1 two-secthm hnr. broke to all harne., and , J"-' l. ,,(mI h" "ale I U. S. Hall women! 1 brown mare, "5 ftu"".! .'J'0 u- s- ...-s. iii.-, , riri irener, onie heavy chicken coop. :) KOoi hog- .iuukiis, i mree-nu ev b ock nn.i several application for iuemberhli in thl Camp on file .and prospect are good for everal more. The lat of the Higelow soldier lov to arrive home wa l.ee Aher, who caie In last Siindnv morning. he having leen detained at Fort ling. Kiley to ulst In workln" up the re cord for a few day. There wus a total of six soldier hoy from llige low Instead of five a stated last week G. A. Preston, who advanced to n sergeant; llobert Jackson, Orville Schoonover and l.ce Ashcr, corporal! Orville Jackson and Tommy liuncan, private. A pretty good record, of which wc are all proud. Mr. Cha. Forseman and Mis Kmma U. Alexander, of Iwistown, Montana, were married at the homo of Mr. und Mr. V. A. Solleder, at o'clock, last .Saturday evening, March 3. by Key. K. F. Cooley, of Forest City, who used the old time beautiful ring ceremony. While the wedding march, "Kridal Chorus From Lohen grin," was being played, the party assembled in the parlor, where the ceremony wa erformed. After con gratulations, tho guest retired to the dining room, where the hostess, Mrs. Solleder, had prepared a feast fit for the King. uter In the evening, the young folks gave the happy couplo a serenade, and, of course, Mr. Forse manT us usual In such cases, treated the serenader to cigars and candy. After visiting a few days; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Solleder, Mr. and Mrs. Forseman will go to Inox, Iowa, where they will visit with rela tive a few weeks, before returning to their home, near Iwistown, Mon tana. Mrs. Forseman Is an aunt of Mr. Solleder. The school board held u business .1 Head of Cattle One No. 1 Short-Horn cow, fi yeur old, with heifer calf by file; 1 white cow, ft year old, giving milk; 1 Here ford cow. 4 venr old. will lie fresh soon; 1 lleieford heifer, coming year- ii tarkle. 1 derrick for cistern digging, about 400 feet nf : ). i.l.i. J'!i"ltF.r,nB trowel and sieves, 1 pair "On Dandy" buggy bobs, 2 sets of single harness, 1 set 1 it-inch brass itountcd work harness, nearly new; I good set lli-lnch work harness, XC trimmed; one-half set chain tug drill harness, and other articles too num erous to Miction. 35 Head of Hogsi 0 brood sows, 7 of these sows will farrow about the middle of April, and the others later, these sows ure com ing 'i years old, all tried and good ones; 26 fall shouts, ranging from 60 lbs. tn 100 lbs. llor.SKIIOI.il FUKNITIIKKi 1 Hoosler cabinet, I extension table, 1 folding bed, 1 gilt-cnamvlfd bed stead with spring and cotton felt muttrcss. 1 Iron bed-stead with spring and mattress. 1 plush couch, I cot, i dresses, 1 library table, 2 stund tables. 1 set din ni? rlit,l. ..,. chairs, fi rocking chairs, 1 commoiK 1 derman heuting stove, 1 Fairy Oak heater, 1 airtight stove, 1 Mooro isteel range, 1 latest model Singer I sewing inuchlne, good as new; 1 warl .robe, pictures, clock, lamps, dishes, rug. 0x12! 1 Old Trusty Incubator. JoO-eggs; 1 Favorite Incubutor, 110 eggs; a number of fruit jars; 1 cook table and everything else in tho house. TKRMSt All sums of $to and under, cash In hand; over that amount, a credit of 8 months will be given, purchaser giving bankable note, bearing 8 per cent interest from date. until terms of sale are complied with. ' ,UT0U EARL WACHTEL COU P. M. BAlill, Auctioneer. B. II. SHEFFIELD, Clerk. ft -ul ' ; ' h -jr. ,. 1 1 nsihf.,1 1 n .. M.wi1.nwu..,.i..l... uas.j.iiii.j - ' ' ' srJT3ncmsi" fund. The board estlmnie thr. ia meeting, last Mondav evcnlnir. with' now due the district from lellnn,,.n all members present On account of 'taxes and state aid, the sum of $1200, the unusually large amount of delln- If this amount was available, the auent taxes, this year, together with board would be able to pay up all out ,V.ufriJH.'iiS0 Pying the $876 standing bills and extent! the school UU, aid,' It will, b; necessary to cut term to nine months; Next yearv it the,aehl term tff eight months, and l the plan of the board W uWwily also to att the tooiui'othe :dls. thf ll. if It Is found theachaols Vai trict to vote a levy of $1 for teachers' be maintained on this' amount, but if fund, and 26 cente for building necessary, they want to be in shape to have more available funds In case t Is needed. At the next annual elec- this levy proposition will be voted on, u iVi." n,,itcr of f. board should have the entire 'support of the patrons 9f the district. There will be two dlrectew. elected for t term of three years, and two directora for a Urm of ,oae year, a total of four di rectors. . j' milit (i.-tt "Via..! -tr.-ivv.:u m: lus..