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lnmiSri -Jiw mi n mm fail 52D YEAR. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1917. NUMBER 48. Pimn In Oklahoma. , David Kennedy iitnl IiIk dear wife, of .Miiltlnml, one of the ho.t pair now on this earth, nlonpol over here for a lav or ,twn to visit old-time friends nnil their daughter, Mr. und Mrs. Jn.i. A. William" nnil son, prior to their ttrpait .no for an rxlcmletl visit with their daughter. Mr. nnil Mrs. -1). II. Knepper nnil daughter, ami their son, Thunnnn, who irslde nt Got (bo, Ok liihetna. He says he In Jtit going to lonf nrouml uml visit nml take lit time nnil ease while visiting. He says further that he Isn't going nwny be cause he docs not low the, people of Multhiml nnil Holt county, nor be cause he docs not like the climate, hut because Ik Juitt going nnil iomo day he may he hack. Mr. Kcnnctly hn hern n factor In the building up of Maltlnml, In the religious ns well ns the material fields, nml the going nwuy of thin truly heloveil Christian couple will bo keenly felt in every home of our uls ter city, iiml we rnnnnt helleve that lie I going to Oklahoma with any idea of n permanent resilience he is going to have a visit with his chil dren. Mr. Kennedy wns horn In Carroll county. Indlnnn. August 1850. and came to Holt county In March, 1870, nnil was employed with Jack Master Oregon's blacksmith nt that time, who line I his slum In the lir ck.novv oc cupled by Herb. McDonald. l-ntcr he went to Mutind City and opened u blacksmith shop there, which he con ilucteil for n short time, when he went to work for Freeman l.lbhy on the farm, and In 1H71 he cBine back to Oregon, nml again entered the cm ploy of Jack Masters. In Octnlier. 1871, he married Lena, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Har mon, and the following spring he and wife went to Mound City, where he followed his trade for n short time only, nml then the couple returned and he went tn fanning with his father-in-law, who then lived on what wus later known ns the Jonas Wat son plnce. With the closing of the 1872 fanning season he came to town uml worked at his trade for Hum Shutts. In 187.1. he went up to Whig Valley and opened n shop, and when Maltlnml came Into existence,' no went tlierc anil put up 11 shop, which was the third building put up In that' town, lie nnil suyni all these years, and by frugality and industry lias made good In every relation of life. He was n member of the first city council, which was Incorporated by the county court, and the board con sisted of K. F. Wrller, W. A. Graham. J. K. Phillips, J. W. Wench anil Mr. Kennedy. Phillip was chosen presi dent of the board, and the office Is now culled the 'mayor This was In 1881. The city become 11 fourth cluss city In 189.'.. In April, 1882; Multland lecamo a special school district, and Mr. Ken nedy was chosen as a member of the. board of directors. In 187!) he and his wife identified themselves with the M. K. church of that place, under the pnstorute of llev. Charles llulson, and for 18 years he was the superintendent of Its Sun day school, and in every way they have been- among its most active, jealous workers.' Mrs. Kennedy wns bum In thrs county In 1R55, on the old Harmon farm, now owned by John Sneer. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy have three chil dren: Mrs. I), II. Knepper; son, Thunnnn, of Golcbo, Oklahoma, and Mrs. James A. Williams, of Forbes. They have two grandchildren a laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kneppor ami a son or .Mr. ami airs. Williams. Mr. Kennedy Is a past Muster Mason, serving In the Kast, shortly uftcr the lodiro wus moved from Gra- hnm to Maltland, becoming u Master Mason in Graham IOdee In 1882, As evidence of the love and esteem in which this couple Is held by their church ussoclntcs. we cony the fol lowing from the Maltland Herald of last week, Murch 22: "The ladies of the M. K. church gnvo a pleasant surprise, Tuesday evening, Murch 20. In honor of Mr, and Airs. I), Kennedy, who are plan ning to leuve here soon for Gotebo, Oklahoma. I he Kcnnedvs were In vlteil up to tho church, supposedly to heln tho nastor celebrate nil birth day, but upon their arrival, they were informed by A. H. Crlder and llrother Sturge that the party was for them. Tho church wus made Into n large and attractive room, where everybody visiicu wiin incsc two goon peopi whom a host of friends will miss. . dainty luncheon course was served, anil Mrs. A. II. crlilcr presided at the punch bowl." Mr. Kennedy ii one of the veteran subscribers of The Sentinel, having gone on our list In 1871, immediately after his marriage, and tho old -paper sends Its kindly greetings to this leur old couple, hoping that the good Master may decree that they remain with us for many, many more years. Sotenly-lhlrd Milestone, G. W. Cummins, our ennoble public administrator imd vcteinn of the Civil Wnr. nlunvs has a b rthilay.. which comes nrouml with the Ides of March with wonderful regularity, nml lie. never falls with the nld of his dear wife tn open wide their hrnrts nnil their doors tn the members of Meyer l'ost, u. A. It., nml have the niemiior.t inert with them nml enjoy their hos pitality and fellowship. At the Post's regular March meet ing, whether Itefolls mi his biithday, the 2!ith. or not, the Post Is Invited tn lw their gue.tls on Its regular meet ing of the mouth, mid as a irsull If members nnsurrrd roll mil nt his home on Saturday last, Mnrch 24, uml it proved a very happy nUalr In every way. ' As the guests arrived they were welcomed by Mr. nml Mrs. Cummin?, relieved of their wraps and escoituri Into the reception room, where n good time wns had, visiting with ench oth er. , The approaches to the home and on the Inside, the decorations were lib eral In the extreme, and "Old Glory" was everywhere to be seen. There wns no restraint every one seemed at ease and bent on having n good visit with their cominde and wife and their daughter, Mrs. Seelig, of Hum boldt, Nebraska, who is ever present on these occasions of her fathers birthday. During the proceedings of the Post, memorial tribute was palil to tin1 memory of their late comrade. K. M Norris, of the 22d Iowa Infantry, who nnilswercil his last roll call. .March III, by Hubert Montgomery and W. II. Hardman. In due time, Mrs. Cummins Invited the guests Into the dining room, where they round the table cluhointi' ly decorated with American lings uml at each plate was a hamUunely em bossed card, with the Amellcan Hag, accnmpniiletl with the poem, "Your Hag anil .Mine. The guests were served with most palatable two-course luncheon, which was nttemleil tn In the Jack Sprat style "they licked the platter clean." It was so nlniy served and so picnimii in its supply that the wives of those partaking wero doubt less relieved of serving their accus tomed evening meal. Mrs. Cummins was assisted in serving by her daugh ter, Mrs. Seelig, her diiughter-ln-law, .Mrs. tiuy 1. cummins, anil .Mrs. Mar ry M. Dungtin. 1 he honors or the rust were ex tended Mr. ami Mrs. Cummins and their uliU, and at the roll call the following answered "here:" Commander ;. W. Cummins, Adjutant r. ii. Morgan, An Inventory of things dune In Oregon within tho past live, nml not to cxcnil seven years, we helleve will lilt her surmise tho renders of The -Sentinel, nml even ourselves lire ns- tnnl.shed when the following list of Improvements was Mndlv hnmlcd to lite by one of our renders, who has muilo the trip round the low 11, ami carefully noted the Improvements within the past live years. Our In tcrtirban railroad was built seven years ago. These Improvements show that Oregon is n city of home owners, nml Is on n solid foundation and fully nluvnst of the times, and ever ready tn advance In nil that Is suhstnnllnl and good. The following uhstnntml hemes have been built. nnil fully 80 per cent of these are of modern architecture nml iirulpmcnt, nml we believe It Is n snfe cstlmnto that the average cost of these would reach the sum or g:i,ooii. it Is true that some are simple and smntl. while others nro targe nml rust as high us $12,000. The handsomest nml costli est of these have lieen built by ,101m .Nnollsch, l.rvl chulte, .ester rettljohn, l.mll .Mnitln, I Dr. W.S.W001I, II. II. Dawson, Chns. Cowan Dan Kunkel, Sr., Ilulph .Moure, Kd. A. Welly. ,1ns. A. Williams. Illlev I ulatt. win. lirngg, KJ.Millk Herb. McDonald. Carey 1 Hunker, 1 miry A,- Minkcl, Jacob llucher. Mrs. Fruncls Dunirnn Mrs. Amanda Dungan. The less pretentious, hut vet nent. substantial nml louniy 'cottages unit uungniows nave lieen erected by i.uincr iiuuson, i.in .Muse, Tilii lieynolds, Chas. Knock. .Mux llnbb, T, C. Dungan, CIuip c:ulp, Fred MurkL . Thus. Krye. W. II. Hardman, Jacob Markt. I'ob't Mongomery, Mini iunkel,sr T. 11. Huberts, II. K. Morgan, riillln ICush. T.C. Puller. Win. Tuniham. W. I). Lukens, I nn I aehmuii. It.G. Ping. D. P. Duhvns. (ilen Narnns, Mascot. I he Post then retired to the reren tion mom, which was darkened, ami I lev. T. D. Huberts, with his vliinil. cun, threw upon the canvas a number or pictures or a military character, njiurlng upon the Civil Wnr. Imtt . of Fredericksburg. Shlloh, prominent generals, Sheridan's Hide, Pickett'H Charge, Custer's lust light, etc. It wus an milled feature that was great ly appreciated by the "bovs." Jacob Markt, now 81 years, was the oldest of the veterans present, mid lie us well as all those present enjoyed every mlnuto they were under tho roor or .Mr, ami .Mrs. cummins, Congress Called April 2. President Wilson, on Wnlneulnv last, March 21, met the constantly increasing probability of wnr with Germmiy, by calling Congress to us- semmenn extraordinary session on .iinnuuy, April z. When the president addresses Con gress ho is'oxnccted to show how 1 state of war actually has existed for som.e time uecuusc or the unlawful aggressions or German submarine congress is expected formally to declare n state of war existing, vote u large sum, proiiably half a billion dollars, for national defense, and clotho the president with authority to use the urnied forces of the United States, as it emnowered Prnslilent McKlnley to deal with tho menace of npain in Such action would not bo a declar atlon- of wur excent in n trrhnlcnl sense, und whether the United States ornl Germany actually go to war in the fullest acceptation of the term will depend on what the ImpcrlaJ Government does beforo Congress is aaai-iiiuicu or uiicr iv acts. 90-Year Mlsoourlin. Robert Young, the - oldest native born MIssourian In this section, nail ed his 00th milestone, Tuesday, March 20, having been born In Lafayette county. He has been a resident of this section -since 1848, and has rounded out 61 years on -the same old farm near town. He Is active yet and bids fair, to live among us for many years. He gets to town quite often "and it is always a pleasure to meet and greet him.' His first vote was cast for Cass for President in 1848, and Uncle Bob has voted tor every Democratia candidate for Pres ident since. Corning Mirror, March 0, fVil, , Hack to Old Scene. Gideon Kunkel and wife, of Ann darko, Oklahoma, who with his fam ily, after dismantling the old historic Kunkel Mills, left here in 1002, arc her ' mi a vlali I, M. . - - i ,,., null! Albert and family, and his brothers Dan, Sr., Nell, of Forest City, and s regiment of other relatives. On their way nere thev stormed over and via t. ed with their daughter. Mr, W. O Proud and family, and the family of Mr. and Mrs. Klwood McDonald, in St Joseph. On the 28th of this month Mr. Kunkel was 81 years of aaj, and reads without glasses, and does not iook w oe over 60. He Is wonder muy wen preserved. Andes, , of Liberty township, received a stroke of paralysis at his home wmie at the breakfast table, on Tues day of this week. March 27. Mr. Andet was 60 years of age last month. IllXN DOING THINGS. nicntnry of Ihe Things Done Oregon the Pnt Sctrrnt Years. In I'tlhule In Vere lo "Old MIourl."i Cuiml ScIhhiI Notes. The following' tribute to "O'd Mis- The canning ilt'mnnlratlm nml soi ti" Is fiian tho A, lericui'. Motor ef tal'is given bj .Mr. Itrais and Mis I.-- Angeles, a paper nublWied by ' liont nt the On gun High School audi- M. 1'onler. who wa cuniiected with imbiM la-t Momlav night were en- tin iiriilntliii depar ment of tho St. ' jnyeil by an nppnvintlve nuilicnci erry llmnks. II. G. Ituley, Wm. Schulte, lien. F. Murgun, Dr. J.C. Whltmer, Gen. Lelimer, Kd. A. Dunham, Jas. Conn. Andy Tniitormnn, John II. Keeves, Gen. It. Murray, Albeit Mnrkt, Ituley & Kunkel, !uy Conind. Jonathan Culp, Joshua Ailnlph, Mrs. Jas. Kelly, Jas. Pel kins, Clias. Parsons, Jas, Cnlhour, Uni Hare, :nn Duvldson, Minn Wiight. Dan Kunkel, Jr. I. Ink Shufer, Mux llahb, Levi French, Kd Cnlhour, Cyius Suuthcrs, Mrs. Hill. Sum Srhulte (II), 7 ronms each. ' remoi e ed uml nildltlons. In the line of bukinrss luniHrd llmrn have been addiil to the list: I-rye & Sons, lloyal Tlieare, Zook & lloecker llnnk, The Sentinel llullding, Citizens' Hank, Auto Sales Co,, garage, Cook & Foster, gaiuge, Court House Addition, Kcuves-llrngg, garage, Kuley & Kunkel, lumber ynril, New high school building, Truro & Ituley, brick wuiv-house. UfChards & llunna. rnlil Hturmrn plant, Alex, nnllimklrk, new P. O. rooms, wan m. .Martin, store buildings, III blocks of paved streets. Say. Sou grouch, ston vnur trrmirh Ing. Don l worry aliout what the other re low Is do nir for t ie Inun rtSK yourseir, "Miat uni I doing fur tho advancement and development of urrgnn ; ow, ict every man who owns iroperty along the paved streets, get iusv ami iijc 1 narkinir un in attractive manner, OM'ph.Gaielte twenty yenrs ngn, nml v ie ibrivd bv many St. .Insriiii people. Dear Old MU-miil, You Cun't He Hint From Atchison to Prmlseot, McDon ald to A1l.1l r: IVKulli tn Wayne nml hack ngain, none with vnti can riiiiiimie: From Killjoy to llnriiMin, nml down m-nln tn Stone! From ll.itfs tn Cnss you'ie In n class of iirentuess nil n one. And be It hay, or be it corn, or barley, i.als or wheat, Missouri bless tho dear old state- she simply enn t be bent. Finm Itock Port down tn New Mmlild, Cnssvilte In How I nif Girrn. Tiny to t Jinuir, whrie'er you nro, vmi r irrcotnoss mnv bo seen. From Jackson to Cnruthersvllle nml b:ifk to old St. Jne. Fiom Scott to Ilay, or N'oilnwny, from llenton to Mini me. Fur Imgs ami mules, for sheep nml steers, fur lusc ous fruit to nil. Mlsnurl bliss the dear old slute she simply ran I be leat. Finn north to smith, frnm east to west, across and 1111 and ilnun. Frnm Oregon to Donlplinn, prairie III and tnwn: From Oraik hills tuw hero the"Tarks" 111 I down their mutkv Mow. Fmm Holt to Dent Just like "hell- bent uml vuu II air 1 i e. I know. That bo It miinl, be It grain; or let ter, mn 1 ens swi-et. Missnuii bless the dear old state- she simply ran t be In at. I'm roamed your hills nml swum your clicks and lunfoil beneath ynur tires. I'was in ynur schnnls I learned the rules uml lislird inv n-b eV. 1 know vnur every gulden worth, for I am nmtul In sav I npo'il my eyes, gave my lllt cries. in gram o il Cnllawuv. And knowing ynu for what you'io wo in. 1 nnsirn in reiH-at. Mlssouil bless the dear old state she simply can't be beat. Thuiigh life's stem duties rnll nwny, 1 ouen tniiiK 01 thro, I often ilieani of wnud and stirniu, nml lunin t ire rancv 11 i-. And when life's toll fur'ever is done. us nun ens la il nwav. Ilenenth ynur sihI, I oft have trod, I want my bones to lav Till Gabriel blows his trumiH't ami then I II rise and shout with goo: .Mlssouil bless the dear old state- is lirnven enough for me! un War Prices for Hogs. In answer to K. I.. M.. Oxford. Kan sas, records of the live stock trade during tho war period are scant. Tho Chicugo Tribune of January 12, 1MI.1. states thut 170 head of Chester Whites, uvcrair nir .'140 nnum l n.nllT M SIM. All nor -U't in U.nl,U. .Ill imi.1, si;i,4u was puhl at tho old Hull's neau yarns at lui son Nt. unit lliri en Ave., Chicago; on October 7, a suit or hogs ut $i:i.&0 was mudo nt the rort Wayne yards, and on October u 11 nrove, averaging 310 nouni Is, real I red fi:i.C2',i at tho Mlchlirnii Southern yanls. Towanl tho end of mat year a $14 sale wus made, hut uciaiis are not available. At Albany N. Y.. then n mnrlol nt l,nn.ln.,n.i ... ... ...... .. nv w. M41I11-, u drove of u:i:i. pound hogs sold nt iu.,io per cwt. in the same year. On tho opening day of tho present Chi. cago union stock . yanls $!).40".sr took the bulk, with a, $10.10 top. In 18(10 the range of prices on the Chi cago market was" tfil0.75 and tho louowing year Difference in money values must bo taken into consideration and on thut basis present prices are the highest on recoru, especially when tho narrow spread between light and heavy hogs is reckoned with. Canadian bacon and domestic fresh meat demand has given tne ITUftSZOO-nounri c m n m 11. tlvely higher value than heavy grades when difference In dressing weights s considered. Previously to 1017 tho highest market was made in 1010. when f 11.20 was paid in Chicago for oeavy nogs in Aiarcn. J. k. r. in ureeuers- uazette. -rMr. and Mrs. It. S. Keeves enter Minea i a o;uu o'clock dinner on Tuesday, of this week, In honor of her sister, Mrs. T. H. Burns, of Kansas uuy. uio guests oeing Iter, and Mrs. T. A. Clagett, Mr, and Mrs. G. H. Price,. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Zvans and two daughters. Following th Hln. ner the, party was entertained at the T7n,ra 1 1 All Interesting Meellng. uur lllgli ."-cliiiol uui tor urn wns well filled Monday evening to listen ot the lecture of (', W. Itenvls, super visor of the boys and girls clubs, in inc r.xtciisinn 'I'rpnitment or our slate unlveisity. Ho repot ts the en rollment of I .lioil girls In the running riuus, 4,iiuo in tin- sewing clubs nml l,niiu Hoys In tho corn irrnw Inir club. Ills talk on the cold nark method ol canning was especially Interesting, Ihe uilvnntugc In tills method over the old pincers Is in tho retention of the riuvor or the milt or vrgetuhlrs ranneil, as nlso the form mid color-lng Mr. Itenv s Is nlwavs liiiimvlnti-il when he comes ainonir us. as lie has ever held u warm nlaro in the hearts of tho people of Holt county. Airs. Kcuvis i i .nut come with h in. but remained over In St. Joseph for a visit wun ner lather llev. i. w. Oauglilan. who in now 8f years of iil-o and wus pastor of the M. K. Chuich here in 1H.:. , Class No. 8 PnterlaliiH. Dr. J. C. WhltAirr's Sumbiv- ki-Ii,...I class, of the M. K. Church, entertain. ill at the home of their classmate, Miss Mabel Lukens. Saturday even. lug, March 17th. Kuch of the class was permitted to Invite n gentleman friend, which you bet they dlil, and their toucher wus told he would ho given the privilege of Inviting his sweetheart, which he did by brinirlmr his .wife with him, uml theso two greatly added to- tho r.est unit spirit of tho happy occasion. The color schema was curried out In harmony with that of tho "Patron Saint," add ed to by the cluss colors, old gold and blue. A very enjoyable two-courso luncheon was served und tho evening was delightfully paused with vocal ami instrumental music, rook and otlr er games. o i-iveil of thine of nur nun people Ititen still in educational mntters. as well ns it Inigo numbir of pupils nml tea iier of the sUl lnundiiuf school". Wo hope tho success of this meeting will be shown in the laigo tmnunl of canned fniit that will be put up by uur girls, und tho fine com that will be Ulnwn b our hns. The last Teachers' Meeting of this sihnol i:ir will be held nt Forbes noM Sjit nilay a flu noon ut 1:!J0. Tho fyllimiiig Is the program: jtniciuii. Prayer. "Value of tho flub Wmk." l'.vu llngan. "Ihe I each ng nt Agrrultuio n the liuriil SrhiHils." Allen Stanley. "Value of. Heading t'llcle Wolk." Mnbel Colwell. Why I Want to Ho n lencher. and Hnw I Can Host Prenaie Miself for My Work. Nlnah Meadows. "The Ideal School." Ilurel Worn-ack. aluo of n Patrons' Meeting for the Ijist liny uf School." Adeline Jamison. "Teaching Arithmetic." Lydin Ac ton. Allicitu Given-Murphy, Co. Supt. He I'onie-) Hack. Tho Kvangellcal Coiifeieni'o which wns in sossiii ntlie geinter pait nf last work closed Its hiisirs, last Sunday, following the iinnnuiuement uf tho appnlntmonts by the bishop. It w in no gumi news in us nil in know uf the return of Itrv. W. V. Johnson tn this charge. His return was the lliianhunus wish or his pen pie. nml tliey weio stippnitrd by tlio-e not lilentifieil witli the organltntiiin. I-. C. Dissingrr. who lilrreileil liev. Johnson at this liiaigo, is rrtutmil tn lntrs (.enter. Kniiriis. G. W. Wieilemejer Is Irtnlned nt iiiuusiiy, Kansas. Hey. Weaver Is ussicnril tn the .Mound C ity rlimgo, lelleving liev. A. I . IIIco, who Is sent to Ui-bnrno, Imiii. llev. I.. J. l-i-itx. who L'lew tn young mnnhniHl In tin- liirhville ills ttlct, died nt Winston, Mo., Sunday lust, March 2p. llev. Henry I-.. Inwer remains ut Abilene, Kansas. Hey. I lloohringrr ivmulns nt Lust Springs, Kansas. llev. II. II. lloliln, has the Tnpckn, Kuusns, rhnige, llev. M, C. Platr. remains us the piesiillug elder of this dlstlict. -n I'elree for the Ciuuuil. (Julie n number of nur business men have solicited Prank I'd ice tn bo a candidate for iildernian In the West Wnnl nml ut last ho has con seutiil tn nrropt tho office If elected, Considering our financial ruuilltlmi he Is the kind uf u man that should be elected, ns ho is especially iuallfieil tn iiovh-o ways uml menus tn cut iluwn expenses nml belli get the city on u suiiml nnauclal nasls. llesliles .Mr. Petiee is u piiigiosslvo business man, having tho Interest or the whole r ly at heart. We nie sine ho will give ull business peltainlng tn the betterment or Oregon clou- ami cariTuI attention tl.illlnr s MUe: he above was hnmlcil us by one of uur hading biisl ness men, anil wo heartily endorse the sehxtlon of Mr. Pet lee for the council.) Too .Much Itisk. The bank being closed Thursday a man went into tho postoffice and asked Postmuster Mnllory If ho had u good strong safe, as ho had a couplo of valuables he wished to de posit for sufo keeping. Mr. Mallory said that ho might help him out. Tho would-be depositor of vuluubles then handed the postmaster an onion unit n potato, each about the size of a walnut. The postmaster nearly faint ed when he beheld such valuables In the hands of one individual, and weakly explained that he did not think the postoffice department would care 'to take such a risk. The Ojal. 0 , The 'fire alarm was sounded Tuesday afternoon of this vmV. Scott'Hodgin was smoking some meat In a large box in an old kitchen on his place, and the box caught fire; but It waa soon extinguished. The fire boys were were in jiny. Worlh) of the Help. I'dun Lukens, one of Oregon's very dourest girls. Is in Hie nutnmnhl e con test given by the St. Joseph Gazette, nun us this is the last week or the contest she, as well ns her liuiny friends lire hoping that she may prove the winner, and In outer tn du so, It Is hoped that nil our rcuders may be come especially Interested In her, mid aid her in every way uoss bio In the tain ns many votes us poxsihlo in the hope thut she may win. She mid her father, John Lukens, i lira I currier, will be In town Saturday, and if ynu ran help her In nbtulnlng any votes ilu so. dot busy and do what you ran in neip tins most wnitny mm uc srrvlng young lady. Called lo Ihe t'olurs. Kvrrv Indication nolnts to tho rail Ing to tho colors of the 4th Iteglmcnt isntionni iiuarus, or which company L, of Mound Cits', is ono of its units. Tha purpose of tho culling Is thut ef ponce uuty, to guuru important run way points, bridges, etc.. and the rci: iment run be mobilized within 48 hours following tho Issuance of tho orders, ir the regiment is called it will likely bo mobilized at Fort Itilcy ivunsus, wnero it wus mustereil out of service on March 1. HOG CIIOLKKA. State Veil linniliin l.uckfy Is send Ing out the following letter to tho district rleiks, to bo rend, nt the an mini school 'inciting, and u copy of snme to be tacked on the school hotiu door: "no nsk nil those who nre Inter esttil in ling lao-lng to plem-o wntcli nut for outbieiiks of dk-inses nmong lings nml tn momptly lepoit the saniii tn one uf the deputies whoso nanio uml mldioss Is given below. "o iiuu- over '.'Oil deputy slato eteriiiaiiiius, scattered well over the Into, In rcndlnot. tn , answer thesu nils In nelson or to leliolt them tn lunilipiniters, when mine other dep. My will be sent us soon ns possible. The state w ill p.iy for such Investiga tions in sick holds, ns long us avail able funds hold out, "If hog choleia Is found, the driiutv will advise ami consult with tho peo ple in that community us tn the best nurso in pursue lo in event its fur ther spread. Xnhmlv will Ik- rum- polled tn vaccinate. If the owner di ttos tn Vaccinate bis Iiol'S. the ilenuly will serine, tellable selillil nt tho law 'si pusslhlo rust tn tho owner nml ad. minister it in sick lienls without dial Ke. Those who own cxpurtl. healthy bonis In the vicinity will bi untitled ol tueir danger anil given till possible cii-opriutloii fur Uuir protection. Wo have the rn-onerntlun nf n force of United States government ctuiiniirluns sentient! over the statu uml under tho din-ctioii of Dr. Italplt Gliihnm, Siilaliu. Mn. Wo have tho help nf a puiuher of rompitent, grad uate vetoiiuuiians fiom tho Agticul tural Kxtrnsiun .Service, of the Mis souri college or Agriculture. "Dining I'.Hil n similar plan uf hug choleia control was carried nut In foul teen Mlssouil counties. Alt,i. get her. 2ll illffelent uutbirnks nf hoir cholera weie irpuilrd and placril mi ner cumioi. .Not u single complnlnt has Ih-i-ii n reived line fiom unibody in ml theso iu iu, Wo know bv nrtllal rvnerliiirn that wo ran inevrnt extonsixe lossrri from hog cholein or miy other knnwn llsraso ur hogs. In u lrirat extent. success depends upon )nil who mu lalslhg hugs, lou nnort tin- nr.L sick held in jour community, ami wo win tiy our very host tn keen t in list-list flum L'rttfhL' tn Ilu hi.f-iM,t belli. "liie district cleik in each sihool llstrict will bo kept inlmmed on images in deputies und un nil Im- poitunt muttris I'eitainlng to tills n'uik. Awaiting jour cuuimuml. 1 am, uur oUibent servant, , II. I-. l.UCKKY, Slut, Wtrriimiiiiii I'uJiimbln. Mn .Mulch 27, 1117. "The deputies me: Dr. II. II. Allen, On-guii. .Un., Dr. C. N. Scutt, luumi City, .Mo., Dr. I,'. l. I'atteison, .Malt land, Mn Dr. Ituy .Mutgan, Skidmuio, ,-IU, Hud lb alb. ' Tlll'SllaV OVCIllllL'. Abilch 'JO. 1 'II r. tho death angel visllrd tlie homo nf clank luckei. uml took tho lite of ooluvril ono, t.'nirii- Tucker. She was ii daughter uf Mr. und Mrs. A. II. Heath. She was stricken with mionicxv nu l'liiiida, .Mulch the Kith, and for live nays she riuttrlrd on tho blink of iiystoriuus nanus, Cariio llealb-'l'iieker uim lmm V,,. ember 8, 187P, nml died nt the ago uf .'17 years, 4 months uml 12 days. un Jiny J,, IPO.', she brcamu tho wife of Flunk Tucker, who with flvu chlliliou urn- lift tn inouin her Inss. llesliles those she leaves u mother, Hither uml seven sisters: .Mrs. Hulnli l.oe, of W uodvllle. Miss.. Mrs. Jnrnh lluuley of Trosbcrg, Nibr.; Mrs. Jou Nolanil, Mrs. Joe Dodge, Mrs. Al Dodge, uf Napier; Mrs. Luther Ham ilton uml Mrs. I.ela lllodirrt. of For. est City; whoso hunts ycuin fur lliu prrciuus inun, - Ihe services were conducted nt llwi llenton church bv Albert .Mai tin. lift er which the piecious burden was laid in rest in the llenton cemetery. In this home there Is il vneiint place that never cun be filled. Her memory will never ho forgotten. God grunt thut tho children, with lieavcn'd teaching, may he prepared to meet her at thut beautiful home. All lire Jud which makes it hard to say "Thy will, not mine bo done," Muy tho ret- nuves nave sympathy in tho sail be reavement and may they huvo com fort in the thought that Ho knoweth best. May she huvo peace ami no pain In the prayer that never may cense. Hake Sale Postponed. The Ilake salo of the Loyal' Daugh tent' class of the Nickcll's Grovo Sun day school will not bo held as adver tised in last week h issue, but is post poned until Satunlay, April 7th, when the Ladies Aid of Nickells Grove will assist them, Itemember the new data Satunlay, April 7, nt tho Mooro & Springer Store. n - Gerald, the son of Christ Glffonl, was operated upon Thursday, of last week, by Dr. w, C. Troud, for a ser ious case of nose and throat trouble. The directors of Nodaway Drain' ago district No. 1, held a meeting here Tuesday of this week, at tha of fice of R.,11. Bridgman, and ordered the liauidation of 14.000 of its bonds. and also ordered v the payment of 11170 interest Those present were wm., nodgins, J. w. ratterson, wm, . Horn ana . u, tmageman, Card of Thanks. We desire to thank the friends and neighbors for their knldness during the slckncts of our beloved wife. daughter und sister. Frank Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Heath, and Daughters. . Ivan, tho son of Earl Ramsey, met with so serious an accident ono day last week, that it may cost hi in tho loss of an eye. While playing anil in cutting a string with a sharp knife, the knife BllnneuV and penetrated his right eye. He wus taken to Dr. Proud at St. Joseph, and everything possible is being done in tha hopo that the eye may be tared. State Veterinarian Dr. Luckey, held a meeting with the various vet erinarians of this part of the state, at St Joseph. Tuesday of this week, the purpose .being to confer on tha question ol bog cholera. Drs. H. IJ., Alien, oi ur more, Mara ratterson, oi nog cnoiera. urn. n. u. Oregon, Roy Morgan, Skld-.;i m Morgan, Richmond, E. D.f, , Maltland and C.N. Scott J Hound City, vara la attendance. : '' " - ,r V r ' k ' .1, V, ....j l,,'At.,i ,ti,i.u, , . t : rfvu.ajtii'..iti.thir .c,v .rit. -...iKA.ra'itanMf &iimm&jmrfiwam'jiKTj i -t,,-: i uu, mi,. .r ,t. , hi.f,f.aw; ,awWLiwsBk,.a;. l i.. 4.iimBXMyHflHmHBi--iuuMswu.,. f.i.i&i Pnwsls'iMisa