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Stmt til F mm l 53D YEAR. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. NUMBER 11. (XT THE CUT-OUTS OUT. Brief Point About the New Au tomobile Law. Dim Your Lights. The lnt Legislature passed n new chapter regulating automobile;, re pealing oil of Chapter 83, Revised Statute. of 1D0U, and oil acts amend atory thereto. lly tlio term of the act, however, it does not go Into effect until midnight, January lit, 1H18. Section & of the Act provides that owners mut register, and that upon the filing of the application for Hg Jstration and the fees therefor, two duplicate number plates shall he de livered to' the applicant by the secre tary of state; that the registrations fhnll be renewed annually.' That If application for reentry be made between August 1 nnd October 111. one-half the minimi fro shnll bo paid; If made between November 1 and January 1, but one-fourth tlio un nual fee idiiill be paid. Section ( piovld( one number plate Khali be displayed at the front tind the other at the rear of the car nml kept clean. Section 0 provides licensing of chauffeurs nnd that no person under 18 year shall be licensed. Section 10 provides limits shall be on ill) minutes prior to sun-up and within K0 minutes after sun-set; white lights In front, red In rear. Front lamps not to exceed IJC candle power each, and efficient to reveal objects ICO feet, lied light to be visible for a distance of 000 feet. The muffler cut-outs shall not be used, any cut-out or opening In the exhaust pipe be tween the engine and muffler shall lie completely closd ami disconnected from Its opciatlng lever, nnd io It can not automatically open or be op ened or operated while the cur is In motion. Section 11 provides that driving In excess of 23 miles per hour for n distance of one-half mile shall bo pre numptivo evidence of driving at a late of speed which is not caicful and piu dent. Section ill declares It a misde meanor for uny Intoxicated person to drive u cur, and upon conviction may be fined not exceeding $r,U0.0() or two years In the penitentiary, or by both fine ami impilsonmcnt, for failure to give name ami number to Injured paity or to an officer. Electric headlights fl.nl I have the entire Inside surface of their door glasses etched or grained to such u degree, or bo so formed, that the lighted filument shall njipcur Jdurred and Indistinctly defined, (he light free from scintillation and brilliant metal lic lustre. YES, ONE BY ONE He Dropped In. I'etcr llronk, who forty-six- years ago was living among us and married a Holt county girl, "dropped In" to chat with Karl Cooper and some of his early day friends on his way from St. Joseph, where he had three curs of hogs on the lunikct that brought him an nvcingo of $15.25, nnd ho seemed to wear a smile Hint wouldn't come off. He went un to Craig. wheic ho visited u slider, Mrs. John Thompson, and brother, Jim. Mr. lliunk was bom hi Cleat mont county, Ohio, August 10, 1814, and he came to Holt county with his par ent, John llronk nnd wife, In 1870, locating in liichvillo on tlio old Au gust Wclgc! farm. Ho married Mar garet, daughter of the late Philip Shambaugli and wife, In 1871, the wedding taking plnce on the old Tom my llumiay place, Kulre Atkins ty ing tlio nuptial knot and it has stuyed tied ever since. After their nmirlago tlio couplo went to Noduway county, locating near Arcoc, and from thero they went to Atchison county, locating in the Wnlkuii Grove section. Then they took tlio Kansas fever, and went to a farm near Korcatur, whero they have remained and gradually udded to his possessions and prospered. They have a family of four tons and two daughters Henry, Charles and John, ull of Korcatur; l'hlllp, of lliady, Iowa; Mrs. Nina Miller, of Norcatur, and Miss Dolly, who Is still with her pa and ma. Mr. llronk served In the Union ar my as a member of the lllth Indiana Infantry, und was afterwards trans ferred to Hattcry K. Ud U. S. Ar tillery, and served In the 'Army of tno roiomac ami was incro wncn lilchmond fell and I.cc surrendered. Mr. U. is wonderfully well preserv ed and bids fair to reach his four score years. WILSON PROCLAIMS EMBARGO President Wilson Sunday last, July 8th. Issued bis embargo proclamation on exports under authority ot tho act of congress ot Juno 15tb. This act authorizes tho president, whenever during the present war he finds that the publio safety shall so require, to proclaim an embargo on exports from tbe United States to any country named, any article or articles men' tioned In such proclamation. The object ot tbe embargo Is chiefly to prevent supplies reaching tbe enemy through neutral countries. Tbe oroclamatlon li broad In its scope. covering practically every article of food, fuel, feed or munitions or war supplies or any kind, ana territorially it emsrace pracucauy tne giooe- neu trals ai well as enemy countries. Such export! as are permitted to be sent or taken oat ot tbe United States or its possessions will be t shipped under license granted through tbe De partment of Commerce, under regulav lions prescribed. The Silent Reaper Osrners a Rich Harvest the Past Week PltlCE Another weary traveler has stopped by the wnyslde nnd answeied that final summon that sooner or Liter comes to us all. Genial, companion able, Gi orne I lamp-on Price hns eroded out life's mighty stream nf tir a Ions Illness of Intense suffering nnd which brought out that severest patience that ever characterized his nature. In nil his suffering, neer n word of complaint, only n wish that "It was all over." The death of Mr. Price brings deep sorrow to our people, lor he was so happily made up as to link every one close to him ns n frlttid, nnd he so lived his sixty cais among u, Hint no unu Her thouchl of questioning hl word or ii statement. Ho was so companionable that ou were huh to leave his (omp.iny. lie whs ever ready to do whatever hl hand could IH.d to do, nnd gave Ids rmployers the ery bi'it that was in him, and when engaged In business for himself his customers never had occasion In wntih Ids Hides: they knew they would mark 10 ounces. Thero was nothing fictitious about him, nnd ho never assumed u vlrturu he did not posses. In tln home he wn tin- bloat bus. blind nnd sacrificing; parent. Ho was ever n partner with Ids children, and g.ive to his now heartbroken wife and children, Ids very life that he might do for them to tho very fullness nil and evcrlhliitf that would tend to make them happier. We- have ever had many good citi zens, but none belter. In the bro.nlt sense ol that term, nnd In his going, with the exception of n lone sister, there pusses away one of the historic pioneer liiinlllcH uf Southern If oil Hint of the Lite Peter Price, who i.rlor to his coming here was n pioneer fam ily of Prederlck County, Virginia. The family of Peter Price entile here in ls5C nnd engaged In farming, and Inter, MCI, he becume the mini host of the old Price hotel, on the west jddo of the public square. 1'f family became staunch Presbyterians and the diceaed win raised under these religious environments nml he was steadfast In this faith and lived every day of Ids life guided by the Golden Itule. Ills life was spent here nnd In this section of the county, nnd every day of that life was ns an open book and every page golden. The Sentinel feels especially griev ed by his denlh. for )vars ot Intimate nssxclatloii mmle lilm dear to us nnd It extends to the widow nnd children Its deepest condolence. So close whs he to bis many friends, that during his long Illness, Ids sick chamber was ever kept n lloral bower, whoso sweet fragrance only weio to him their sweet mes sages of love nnd esteem, anil when the final summons came, his cnsiiit was hidden by the many lloral infer ings from far nnd near, l'or these und many acts of kindness and con stant vigil of friends, nnd the deep Interest shown during his Illness nnd death, both Mrs, Pilce and Hie cbll dren feel deeply grateful. (icorge MnnipMJii rrice was iiorn lu l.urny, Virginia. Sontimhir l!i. 1ST. and died nt Ids homo In Oregon, Thursday, July G. 117, aged CI years, & months nnd 10 days. He came In Holt county vvllli lils patents In is;r,. nnd nttended the schools hero nnd ns ho advnneid In )ears followed the plow, nnd us the years came and went ho engaged In various merrantllo bus inesses, until his health fulled him. and knowing tho Inevitable, ho pa tiently ami limy reconciled to Hint fate, uwnlted tho coming of the boatman to lake lilm over to tbe other snore. June 27. 12. he led Miss India Johnson to the marriage altar, nnd to them were born threo children, sirs. Alice easKey or St. Joseph, Mrs. Pred Phllhrlrk nnd Mrs. Mary Mevp of Oregon, who have given to them five grandchildren: these with the wife survive. He Is nlso survived tiv an only sister. Miss Ilootle Price: he Is also survived . by tho following nephews und nieces who attended the lunernli Mrs. Lulu Hynn nnd I.en ChnililucK. or St. Joseph: John Colvln, of Graham; J. P. Kellogg and Mr, and Mrs. J. F. he ngg. Jr.. of Skldmnre; the Misses Ilettie, Corn and Carrie Thomas, of Chlno, Calif., camo to attend the obsequies, but were delayed till the following day owing 10 a wnsnoui. les. ono by one. this old nnd h s tnrlc Prlca family hnvo passed over tho great divide only Miss Ilootle now surviving; the death record Is as follows: Peter Price. March 31. 1886; Mrs. Peter Price, Nov. lfi, 1900: Mrs. Geo. Calvin, June 7, 1867: Mrs. Sarah Thomas. Dec. 1889: Mrs. Geo. Chad duck, Feb. 13, 1898; Mrs. Dettlo Peter. May 29, 1891: Mrs. Eliza Rulcy, March 29, 1903; Miss Fannie Price, Nov. 17, 101D; John, Feb. 10, 1911; Thomas I,., Jan. 14, 1916; Geo. "Ilnmp", July 5, 1917. Impressive funeral services were held from tho family residence, Sat urday. July 7. conducted by Ilev. T. A. Clagett, of the Presbyterian church, who was assisted by Revs. T. D. .Rob erts, V. C. Johnson and C. F. Hand Tbe Interment was In the Maple Grove cemetery. Kindly "Hamp," good night. Father. He was not the kind of a father that you read about In books. He wasn't long on language, and he wasn't strong on looks. He was not the sort of father that vou hear about In mays. He was just a human father with a CM u. o. a. i umi-h- r IMF MAWhtX JUS1 MiOt UWIMfi fOtt fUAHCE e&wpBIkKwBE3S!& us!&m&u -jh jBsgiaw BhpsAverBipBBKgBfl Hlf33sCi WwgaT "ffr agflagAgflakagflagflagfll yk(jJJJP KrflrHMP glgfaHgiagiBmBB BgagiBgiBgiBW "Vs'" IIIB8lBSi8gBVgiBgiBgiBHglB 'ShAiaBSkS v'ppp)kotTKy KSuKSJr Hgeagtogf JsPOTHWIL10 B00SEVr.lT MAKING JUIY4TT SPCCCF' ftirONSO XIII0F 5WIN NtVa Snanh(lts " ,," nn'n' a"T ' Am,,'''n,, indeiwdenrc the country was nntllle-1 of an attempt of Oer icna jieiisiiui ,,, uiuiur,, ninu the- trnn-irt eoiitnlidiig Ainerlenii troops on the way to France, Of the Week '"" ""' c,lnt"lllL' narshlps hml siienteil In billing one U bent nnd M-nrlng off tho others nfter they had dli-hurged liumeroiis torisiloes; the fact that Germany knew which route our ships would take stnrted n reiiewe,! hunt for Herman ple here. Hie ci-lehrntloii of the Fmirth tipok on n deeply imlrlotle OMxt-t. Colonel Itxmevelt ntnl irretiiry of War linker addressed largo gathering' on Americanism. The ImlthMilp Idaho was launched. Hlim IVIu prl-otiers released by Hunt llrltnlu create.1 entlui-luun on their return to Ilulillii, but their party showcil no Inclination in Join In ,o nalloiml eonventlon to settle the home rule cjikk Hon. Humors of revolt In iilii mid the preLiilde itlng of King Alfon-ui XIII. came from Imdou and Paris. Klngdon Gould, eldest son of George J. Gould, was married to Mis Alimiiislnla t.uecl, nn Italian nrtlst and former governess. human fntherV wuys. No, he never l.nlhed nt working, but when be wns through it once, Hlght down to tlio grass wns father, with th" children doing stunts, All of us would pile up en lilm nnd he'd welcome nil the nnck. Hut I'm wondcrinif nfter piny time. urn we stay mere on ms tiacK7 Wasn't strong on dissipation, rnld his "gamnoi on the green" SViim to fill the platter fnster'tlian the klil cnubl I Irk It elrnn. And 'the next let game he knew of wns nn eijual one to bent; It was keeping leather covers up to mo supply oi loci. Always on the Job was father, plug ging steady like and strong, Sever making nny noise, but helping mi ins nine worm lining , And to think! Lord! nln'l ft funny you can see things years and years And vet never know you've seen them tin your eyes nro iiiind with tears, to have n Mid to tnke Its p'nee. All about them they found the rudd) brnuteil bird, witli Its cheery whistle, nml they choe our robin to benr the nave ef the fnvutite of their old home. The two blnU Inve little In common, except their ruddy breast, that of the Kngllsh fnvnrltc being of n deeper led. Our robin Is nhout twice ns huge n the foreign blid who-c name It benrs. In nil pnits of the United States tie lobin is a fnmillnr hint, though it Is not always looked upon W'.h favor. It l. even killed for the pot In some places. As Its usefulness be comes better recognized, moie pro tivtlon Is lielng given It. Ab-ut one-linlf of the food of the robin Is fruits. Tills has caused It to bo clafm! by some farmeis und or cliuiilists iinieng the harmful species. This elnss:flenton Is tinjui-t and founded on Ineomplete knowledge. An examination of the stomachs of 1,'JOO robins by expel Is In Washington showed th.it these birds eat five times n much wild fruit ns of the cultivat ed kinds. Thcv nie especially fond of certain wild cherries, and the plant ing of these shrub would afford nro- Quit his Job ono day und left us, mull- lection to Hie fruits of the oirliind. t , i.-..!. r, .i . i..t .i . i ... iiik hi iiu weui away. , iuu iii-uumeM oi uu loom in Hulogy seems nil so foolish. What destioylng licils and grub pests that ran anybody iay? lull menn. of protecing the oiihaid Peemcd like even in his leaving he crops should be tiled befoio the birds wns saving some one bother, I"1'0 killed. Whole the binls mo par l'or the one wonl on the granite which tlcularly plentiful they nre likely to Ho over him Is "I'litbei-." I'Minuiid Vnncc Cooke. Itl'riSCI.I.. innko InroaiU upon cherries, but iven this docs not Justify killing tliem. From Altiska to (untema!a und from ocean to ik-iiiii tho loblu is found. It spends its winter in tho goes look ti. . .in- i. i. ... I i-'-.it-i. ,b ri-ii'i" lir iiintvi III III ..- .f A'1'J'Ilu'",11 ' " -South nnd its spring comes on goe less ot siveral years, d led nt Hie ... .i... v.. ...i. ...... t.. n i, i".,i. I. . , . . .. i m biiv aiiiiii tiutllll, r, llinv II in iuiiiv u Zi' v'u.l,M,,!Vr Ar ,l!lr' ?' ','m- 111 "I'0" n" u liv-iunner of the wel in ih.vA'v 'V , , J,,l m'-i cme cnson of sun und flowers. Hob 0IM .,,',r 0 "Vr.'W- "ie He fl)M Imll.l I...I,. f grass am ::.l'".u,. "?...,-r" 1 l",H.t,,,.l.m-.- " imud ill tlio lower tiees und in the rT-'.J'l'.":..,." ,,,:''u " '::'.r hrushe... The eggs are four in num. It.. i a. . . . .. . UlUMIIVi lilt VKiit lllV IUUI Ml ,Z VZ,X f ? I mid of ii bluish gieen color. Tho -hihX.5Lln.,,.J,,.,,.S ,.y:",i','"r.': l-nront birds iniso scvctal bloods in " ,,r' It IM i .MIAMI', Ml ' it l ,(,., ii. ie of regaining her henllh. She, "" tho hope was tho daughter of Harrison nrd Kllen Itussell. pioneer settlers of this county; her father died July 8, l7l, nnd her mother died Feb. 22. I!"1" She Is survived by two brothers, A.r DOWN AT THE DEPOT Agent Morgan nml Ids mw have been a busy set of fellows during tho mom ii ot Juno nt ttio interuru.in -' . . , , . i i m . -"Villi OI UUIIU III iliw (till, 141 U.IU .n v ;.X f. -.nn,1.fill'n7; ofnrds. They didn't wear overcoats OiTRon. The body wns brnucht to Oregon, arrompnnhMl by her brother Arthur nnd wife, nnd taken tn Hie homo of her brother Sidney where day, July 9, conducted by Rev. T. A Clagett, of the Presbyterian rhureii having been n member of tho Oregon church from her young womanhood, The Interment was In the Oregon cemetery nesldo her parents. Dont Kill 'Km. It Is with regret that we leant that some of our bovs nre In clined to pass their time away by ino Killing oi iiirns, vvc nopo mni every parent will Impress these boys with tho fart that it is a violation of tho law to do bo, and henvy pennltles aro men tor mo Killing oi nirus. Sectlms C509 nnd 6T10 of our Ite vised Statutes prohibit tho killing of the robin or nny other nectivcrous bird.. The penalty for so doing Is a fine of $25 for each offense, and a fine of 5 for each bird living or dead or part of .a bin), or an teg or a nest found In the possession of a 'pet son. Only a few days ago it was re ported to us that some lads had been killing robins with their target guns. Let us tell you something about the robin. Among the most cherished biids of America the robin stands as an especial favorite. So dear had the robin red-breast become to the hearts of Englishmen that when the col onists came to this country they had luring this time but they handled II loaded cars IS inuie in and 20 went out; tho total tiuiiiago received was 1,291,723 nnd forwaided C01.U3. I,6u7 passengers were handled during tho month; 1,900 gallons of cream was for warded, nnd they handled 01,607 pounds or express. Tho carload shipments were us fol lows: ItCCKIVED Cement 1 Sand 4 Implements 1 Coal , 3 Lumber i Wagons 1 SheeD 1 Ice 3 Flour 1 Oil 1 Tile 1 THE MARRIAGE RECORD The dread of war and Ihe high cost of living, Unorder Hankers sii)h, Is the cause of Hie few marriage lie cises li-siie.l during the nioalli ot June, 1917, and while his revenue Is tut down by this reiiMin. under all Hie circumstances be offers no torn plaint. In addition to the llienses Is sued by him In this county, we also give ii few of those Issued elsewhere to panics residing in the county: Allen Cora of Mnlllaud und Itobert CrUwill, of Graham, ut Murvllle, June (i. Alton Mildred, of Ilorindale ami Charles C. H.ivls, of Fillmore, at New Point. June C, by itcv. II. It. Murphy. I nurd iilllkln, of Clin ovule, Kans., tn l.oralne King, ol Oregon, .Mo.. June 13, 1917, by Itev. Thomas 1), Huberts. Geo. P. Craig, of Naplir, nml Miss I.lllle Cotton, of I'ortescue In St. Jo i s:li, June 13. Ilirnaiil V Kverdx, of llazeltnn, Iowa, to lllaiiehe Mnrkland. of Ore gnu, Mo., Juno 13. 1917, by Ilev. T. A. Clagell. J. H. Ferguson nnd Mrs. Prances K, Smith, of Oregon, In SI. JomiiIi, June ., Hester Orcn, of Mound City, nml (ilailjs Ailkins, ol llurllugloii Junc tion, at Mar) vlllo, June .1, Jesse McDnmilil In I'lorenee S. Mil' IOT. both ot Holt County, June 20, 1917, by Itev. l.ano Douglas Geo. A. Mlnton ami Miss Alpha lllnklo, of Furiosi ue, In St, Joseph, Juno 9. Glen Neely and Grace Crkaril. bnlh of Craig, Mo.. Juno 22. 1917, by Itev. Leonard P, Parker. Itlehard Pit) ntcr, of Forlesruo nnd Miss Marjorle Ii.ivM, of Toprkn, Kan., nt Usawatomle, Kalis., June 3. Clarence Grover Hlinry and Miss Inn M. Stlnsnn, both of ('rnlg. Mo.. June 23. 1917. by Itev Leonard P. Pntker. I.. I.. Springer, of Highland, Kans., nnd Mi's Ida Crawford, of Agency, Mo., June 29, 1917, ! Itev. C'hnrles Meyer. Homer Qulnhy nnd Zclma Sharp, of Lraig, at wtiiiicnn, Kans., June a. Wlnflelil Weight nnd Ora Fitzgerald of Crnlg, In St. Joseph. Junn 27. Lelyan Wbllmore. of Forbes nnd r.mmn V.. Kretzer. of Oregon. In St. josi in , June is. BAN ON WHISKY Manufacture er Importation ef All Distilled Spirits Prohibited The Senato went on record Satur day last, July 7, In favor of "bon dry" national prohibition during the wsr so far ns whisky nnd olhtr dis tilled beveraces are conn-mid. Llq. uor legislation wns written Into the food commit bill In ono of the sen ate's bitterest contents, which would strike at ronsumpilon of distilled In toxicants by comiuiindeering stork" In bond In addition to absolutely pro hibiting their manufacture or Impor tation, The beer and wine Industries would be left umllsttllbeil, The sennle substituted vote of 45 to 37 n section to prohibit the manu facture nml Importation of distilled bevetnees, duilng Hip war nnd added I'.." In 12 n futtlur il.uisp directing the president to Hike over nil distilled spirits In bunded wnrrliou-in and pay lor same on basis ol cost plus lo per cent. The stock on hand Is estimated nt 20O,floo.ii(io gallons and the nnnital nor mal consiiinptlon nt 13ii.nriii,iiiui, nnd tu tnke ovir this stoik It Is estimated will rnt the i-tii eminent nearly a bil lion dollars, and tbe loss tn the unv eminent In tevenue from 200 to 1M million dollars. The sen-He's action will now go to Hip bouse for ronlerence, nnd If tho senate's action Is agreed upon by the house, President Wilson nil putting the Inw Into rr.ct, will have the big. gest stoik of booze on hand of nny man In the world. Total Hogs ,, Cattle , Junk .. Sheep ', Hay ... Total FORWARDED Mrs. E. L. McDonald, and daugh ten, Madcllene and Lillian, who spent a month visiting relatives here and at Mound City, returned to tbelr home tn at. joiepn, nunuay evening. WANT PRIVATE LINE Tho Farmers Mutual Telephone ui rectors for the Mnltland nnd Oregon districts held n meeting In this city. Saturday, of last week, nnd discussed the rensltilllty or establishing n direct toll lino between the two points. Much embarrassment la experienced by de lays in being compelled to go through Hip New Point station, and by having a direct lino connecting with tho con trnls of Oregon nml Mnltland. This would be entirely overcome. Messrs, Flrkes, Hodgln, Knenle, ladings nnd others ot Mnltland wera hero and this station waa represented by Messrs, Anselmnnt. Tlucher. Stevenson. Dro- hau nnd Cuitls. They wll Imeet hero again Saturday arternoon or tins week. Oregon Red Crass Fund. In our report last week of names of subscribers to this fund, our attention has been called to ono error, In that tho subscription or ;ioo by Mrs. t. C. Dungan should bo f 100 by tho T. C. Dungan estate. Additional subscriptions received itnco last renort are: Spencer Boswell $5.00 Frank, Mattle and Alma Jackson 6.00 H. M. Dungan was a business vis itor In St. Joseph, Tuesday of thla weeK. Woman's Relief League (Irganltcd at New Point. Miss Minn Wright, accompanied by Mrs. Aggie Davidson, Mrs. Kiinim Netherlnml nnd Mrs. Minn Curry, went to New Point, en Tuesday after noon of this week, to insist tho women theie In organizing n "Wo man's Relief League." The meeting wa held In the tent, nnd ipiltc a num ber of women were piescnt. Miss Wright opemil the meeting by telling tin; people of the needs of our army nnd navy, nnd what the women can do nt home to help make our boy In the service nunc romfottable. Mrs. Davidson explained the knitting of the sweateis und exhibited several bospitnl garment. Mis. Nethelland showed n sample of hospital pillows, made of imhli.iicl.eil muslin und filled Willi snips of clean cotton goods. ThU woik ran bo done by little children that aie not old enough to sew or knit. The suiglcul sponge was then shown, nnd Mis. Curry gave the di rections for making tho same. Tlw ladles t'mn elected their olf. ceis, and appointed hcuds for differ ent lines of woik. A deep Interest was shown bv ull present, und we feel sum- they will accomplish much woik. un account oi tne nusy times on tho In nn a number of women failed to bo plesent, but they have all piomised their help. o Will Go Augu-t .'ith. Pieslilent Wilson. .Monday of this week, July i, by pioclumution, draft ed Into the fcdciul service to date from August -' Hie entuo National Guard. The unit r pUcci, the guard after August ' on the same footing ns the regular ainiy. They will stand "dlseliai ged" li mil the militia, and be cume subject tn the laws und angula tion governing the legulnr ii!in. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota nml (own troops arc culled for nioblll nation Jul) l.i; Illinois, July '.'.'; In diana und Missiiuii, August . All offices f I mil colonel down hold their unk. Draft day under the selective draft law- will likely be put Into effect next weik, piihnp.i Tucsdu). Including the National Guard, tlieio wilt likely bo l.non.uou men dinvvii CUU.UUU of theso in v piiictically tendy to go to tlio fnlois ut once. The othcis will bo subject to cull when needed. Mrs. IMgur Thntchir and daugh ter, IMvvlim, of tlllvvnter, Minn., ate beie for a few week' vi.it with her paients, Mr, und Alls, John 1 . Hani say, mni mnny other ichitlves and friends. Iliuce liurges. Is heiu on liU sum mer vacation, which bo is spending by cleiking In tlio .Moore & KrccK grocery store. Ho will return to Del uvvnie, Ohio, this fall, und lesumo his btudies in tlio Ohio Weslcyan College. Women Wanted And That Means Ycu. Tho Ladles War Relief Club ot Oiegon must liavu moro workers. Tho' critical need exists for tliu work wo nro doing. Each must givo what wo cau. Wo must du what wo cuu. Don't bo a slacker! Wo want every woman and girl in our community to help. Coine to our meetings at the court bouse on Friday afternoons ut 2:30 o'clock. If you cau't come, send In your name to tho secretary or to any of tbe department heads, and let them know what you can do. Out come out to the meetings If you can. It Is free and everyone Is wanted. That means ovcry woman in Oregon and the surrounding country. It means YOU. MRS. E. A. WELTY, President. MRS. J. O. ENSOR, Secretary. MRS. SAMUEL DAV1VDSON, Knit ting Dept. MRS. FRED MARKLAND. Sewing Dept. MRS. J. C. WHITMER. Surgical Dept. MR9. E. A. NETHERLAND, Chil dren' Dept. t.