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Philip Scholtzhauer L. L. Teare, RuuellH. Sheffield,
President Vice-Pro.ident Caihler Bert Fnlrbank. Henry W. Schaefler Aiaiatant Caihler Director HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY FOREST CITY, MO. Captital $20,000 CONDENSED OFFICIAL STATEMENT HOME BANK OFFORRST CITY nt Forest City, Mo. On June 20. 1917 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Bank Building Furniture nnu Fixtures Cash LIABILITIES Capital Profits Deposits $08,782.92 1,999.95 2,961.61 3,636.34 60,132.68 $137,513.50 $20,000.00 1,741.73 115,771.77 $137,513.50 I Arc you one ol our many customers? Deposits received by mail. Deposits have increased $1 0,000.00 since this statement was made out. J NEW PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE like a gas stove, provides abundant heat. Each burner reaches full heat in a moment from the time you set a match to the wick. THE PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE has proven to be THE BEST OF ALL OIL STOVES. We have n full line of the Perfection Conl Oil , Cooking Stoves. Wicks for nil oil stoves. BURRIER & SCHULTE Oregon, Mo. ATTENTION OF AUTOMOBILE OWNERS We nre hereby announcing to the trade that we are opening a vulcanizing and service station business in the old post office building in Oregon. Having installed the very latest sectional 1 envity vulennizer arc in a position tosuccesfully make repairs on any size casing, tubes arid other rubber repair work. We earnestly request yoiir patronage and when in need of our services in this line don't hesitate to give us a trial. All work guaranteed, promptly done and at reasonable prices. Free Air and Service Yours for Business (J Oregon Tire Repair S Service I Station I SS6S6S6S6S6S II. K. Hasncss, of McAUen, Texas, lifts our thanks for n crate of flno cantaloupes and cucumbers. They were certainly One. Elmer Allen and wife, of near Mew Point, want to express their heartfelt thanks to the many kind frlendi who rendered every assistance and aid during the sickness and oper ation upon their daughter, Iris, for ap pendicitis. We are glad to announce that ana ia sow at home and con-yaleiclng. SPENCER Mrs. J. Spencer, formerly of Craig, died at Council Bluffs, Iowa, July 4, and tbo Interment was In the I. O, O, F. cemetery at Craig on the 7th Inst. She was 78 years old, and resided near Craig from 1882 until a year ago when the family moved to Council Bluffi. She If survived by her hus band, two daughters and a son; 20 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Making Hood. Mum. nf Ihe residents of Holt coun ty will be pleased to learn of the additional success Hint hits come to our young ft lend, James C. Hopper, who was inlscd In the Missouri river bottom, north ami wen of 1-oreM City, ami If the broken arc not put on 'him In iomc way, he'll own every d.iimil bnnt In the state of Kansas, III advancement and ilcAemnment once leaving the old L.vkIuh mmlct ia I.e.Mi teimiiknble, and I only an llU'tiiilli n or what the country Mil lav d' Velon Into If he lm the Kill. the v d! and determination to do ometlilng. Hi' rk.ivcil hl good judgment lie- :,iie nuillnir din ta'i" from Holt nunt by tnnming .Mnrinii immune, i ..uti-r oi II. M. and I!. I!. Ter- iiine. of Motind City, and It. II., Tel- nunc, of near Finest lity. and doubt- I hns controlled her pall n hclnltnr tier "hubby" to gt where ho The Hutchison, hnnsa, Dally ."cvvn given the detail or ills latent impor tant ftntinrinl drat: Another mtmrtnnt bailie change In Hutchison finnnrlal circles wan an nounced till morning. J. 0. Hopper, a Non City bnnlcer and rt-pres ma tter in tin- state Icirlsltitillc from N'osn county having purchnctl the controlling Interest, in mo tcturni Vtflti. Iinnu. "Mr. Hopper will move hix family Merc fro.it Seen City, become a rest dent of tltitchlxon nnd tnke active rlii-ee tin tilcsldfllt of the bank. (ico. T. .McCnmllcsn, nt present cashier of the lieno State. lianK, ami vvno nay expected to go over to the Fanners' National Hank with Mr. Mcl.eod an cashier of tlie I'armeiK' National, nt the Inst moment was Invlteii to join VI- llntmnr in ton c.cntinl Male lianK. mil linciilltl !l stfcklinlilcr there, nnd lie wll' be cahicr of tin- Centint State after July I. , .., , "J. I . Hopper, WHO will oe uie or- tivn head of tin' t cntrai Mate nuer lull- 1. 1 one or i hp iiesi Known nanK- ,.ri nf UY.trin Knnsnn. lie linn been identified with tho development in NVss county ror :il yinin, and lor i ..n.. has been In the banking buid l.l-"S. He Is piosldctil of tin1 ITtttrnn' v..i...nfil I'nnli. in Wsn CIlvs nies. lent -f the IVeler State llnnV. nnd ft II. mint i r banks tit llaxlne. McCrnk- iii nnd t'tten. lie In a 'nice owner of rancb land In VYctern Knnns. prom ine'it In development woik. nnd In n conspicuous meiiiiMT or tin: suite irg. Llnlllli." j. C. Hopper wan bain In lliownn- i... ii...... n... i..,p : inn llllll. Ill'lllllll,. ..... I.."'. i m-'m - ill- ri.iiinr w.in V. It. Iloimer nnd hi nother wan IVrmelin (!oen, both of Clnyborn county, Tenneniee, J. C. came Vet with bin paicntn In IMix. Im-ntinK In Kant-nn, nnd f mm their they came to Holt county . In IkT.'l. Iiu-nltnir In the Kxodun dlctrlft wlierc he fnnmil with hln father and beenmn hungry for an education ulilrli won nut niitUfied until he com pleted bin course nt the Klrknvllle ar Nonnal. He then took up the ferule and Inucht nuccennrully nt the Idlewllde, Walnut liiovo, Henton llurr Oak, Lincoln and other dlitrictn, During thin time he wan paying epec Inl nimiilloii to Alnrthn J. Tel hum' who, on November ill, lHS. be led (n lhi nttar nnd they've been nolid naitnern eer nlnce. They have one ni, Km I II.. who hnn been callier In Ilin falli'TV bank, and In maincd. J. C went to Nenn county, KnnMin, l Mmrli. I Sil. nnd bo didn't gt their In liln nulomoblle or n I'ullmnn ear. lie wniKcd, lining inn .-so. u-n hiving entile for Lewi lloppi'i tvheiv he rninieil, dealt III entile, Imr muni iiiiimi'V. biiughl iiioio eown, tlin r.iiiiulisl ibe Citizens' National Hank He became greatly Inteiefteil in the Intei-State Ciiiial. which bail It head water in the lllnck llllln, pacing tlnoiigli thi ntnten of Unni.an. Smith akotn. NiditiinKU ami UKiaiioma ..imitvliiL' Into the lied lilvcr. and III net vttbw In thin project euieil nn appropriation of ?.V)0,000 for Mirvcyn and e.NiKMimi'niai woik. .Mr. loonei'n fntli.-r. William I Hopper, wrveil In tlie Union Army iltll I Mir tin. Civil kti-ife. on n membrl' of tlie I J1 ludiann Infantry, and died September .', t'.MIi, at the Inline of hln dnuuhter. Mrn. Snmh Hundley, in V...n r.itmtv. Knnan. Ilin mnthe lii'.l at tin' obi home In the Hoilun dintrict April l, ll'M. , Mn-e'n tu von. J. C. Hope you tool a l.lbeity lbmd and rcmciiibcicd Hie lied Uionn. n DUIINED BY GASOLINE Cl.lilile Seoll, lln Hlx-jeiil-olil non if Aceiil and Mm. .1. i:. Semi, win. badly binned nhimt the laeo Tin-Mluy aririnoon bv L-anollne llailien. Tlloi li.nl bieii (b'lininu up Ibe )iud Inr neMial d.iyn, and had piled miiiii ueedn out In Ihe load In burn. Claudi nliit'leil lo kit them Willi home niutclioH, bill pait of the weeds weio not dry enoiiKh In llubl eanlly. mi In- went alter the coal H i'n. insli-inl or the eoal nil ho found a tun gallon can of (innollno on tho poreh, and poured uim of it on Ihe weedn. When he touched the match to It. the llamen burned hln face, and got Into hln noe no that b bail to Unlit for hln breatl) for a long time. Hln race wan li.nlly burned tiinntly on the none and leri, cheek, and bin eyelliW are nwoiien m most hhut. He ruhlieil bin face, rub' bins the skin off and leaving It ery nn. fortunately the can bad been i fur iMiniiLili away no thai It did not Ignite. It hnd been Mini just Ihe nlcht before, and nono had been lined out of It. Mrn. Scott, who was working In the garden, was Immediately rrdlcd, and tho Utile fellow ban received tho bent of care. It In thoucht he will re cover without ncnrn, but ho hnn been Buffering much pain. rscwH-Jerferon Ian, July 0. Mrn. n. A. Youne. of Rt. Josenli In visiting here, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. l'aul Fryc. Horn, to Cortei Meadows nnd wife, July 0. a fine girl baby, Dr. J. h llAvan In nlliinHitnCA. J. J. Rayhlll, wife nnd little daughter, Edna, accompanied by Hugh uronau. Wire ana iiiiia un. viiarun, Imm in IhA hnmn nf O. D. fitovftll and wife, near Craig, Sunday, In tbelr car. rs. stovau is a aaugnier or sir ana Mrs. urounv. THE BEST EVER The ble thing In New Tolnl rlnlit now. th" blKEPiit thins In n secular or I lli-loin way that ban et-r been Ihe niHiieee of the tii onle of tin- coinmun-l Ity to attend, Is the union tnbi rnnele . neeilm: b.'ing conducted uy tne uio. i:. Mo idy imrty. IVonle drle from 'I'M n to 'wvnty utiles eadi evening to I'u nd UK- ineetlnen and 'deli cation ft oui Or.'i-nn, Mnlthnd, Mound City, hlloh and othir coiiiiuunlMis attend n a body. N.w I'uint Is ust a small inland n. but bi-n one iitiemls tho tnei. iih and se 'he crowds It seems hut ih"' niii rum I" was lornt In a It v. At Hill srlee tin- ail'oliloblles arki'd for bloi-l. iiith way fiom In liibeinacle and the streets tieioiiie i i nnBi'sieil ni Ih.- ilnte of Ihe smv- that It tnki s almost an hour f ir ii - to t!t awiij. The flr' nlkht 'lie l. tiitloli Whs gli-n tweti'v-lwo lilt th.- Unit, tin' steond nlshl iwi'ti'y-ro-ir earn.' by iio nnd lours nnd eaeh niLtit many father i. motln'rs, sons nnd hitiuhtcrs say good night il.-vn nnd no- o nio.-""ii! .ii-i-us nnu h'iim' tin1 ml.-rn:n ! with the ib'terinlnntlon to m.ikt their lixes count for Hie big th ni!j In tlie wo-ld. A ftibndld iholr nnd a flm1 flrcln-s' mm under the illU'cilon or (horus Lender Conner. iir Introdudiic .i lot ol nags never benrd before In this oimminlty nnd the bin audience rat, ii t ie spir t and enthul.im and In- whole eoiiiiminltv st ems lo Mlirnie i ii. t reM'therHto with the noul-lllllnii fO"pe flings. Members of some of the leli-gallons hne remit led some erv iil.nslnc seleetlons nnd Hie peclal niimliern liy the tinnern always re- li ii hearty ntiplnune. i:muellst Mood Is iitip.irently lining In yearn but he has the talent and abltliy etpi.il in any evannllst In the il'dd today, lie linn traveled ex. leiistitlv and rniiie In coninct with tm-i m all walks of life nnd bis cln ii.lv of tho iiei-ullnrliies of Immunity fl' bltu lo cope wlili the pleasant ns .ll as Hie unpleasant things ib mod- vangel st b'l'niis tin nualifl. il to- allies ibe old lime religion but ?! . . filth eentu- Innciiiige and mini i.l- In prisenilne Ids messjes He ..i, ..Hie. his ! rillll'l llbel'IS ittider tie. I eiill't-s the iniis.es to lie . tie- MtlVlolM to bear Hie sulijeft lllS' i I "Hi II. What Kind Pf a liner I- It The Human Uird, "Trees .i ttkiti'im iii I'lPnti, Human '. iitiii rfliiers." "IMIsnn Oiildone,' ti I "Plaguing lb" Limbed" nre nnni' I.l. . or sotnt' or bis subjects, It Is '! Intert'itlllg to six Imildieils or uls smm-d by one mind after n '-.hlon so iboroiicbly In earnest that ih. mull tilde Is coveriosl liv it com iimn will nnd common Impulse until lliev lieeome one treat harinonoun in striituent. lie Is a innrielnitn exposition or n man who In so full of magnetlsm'tlint hln elotben will not bold It In, nil fil'l of is'rsonn tv Hint be nwents It out Hirougii ids pores like pernpirnuon, no full of slnrere heller that the men snues that be brlntn In a true messnge Hint sometimes the words ho strive in inter contest In Ids thioat. Nn man In the shop, farlnry or rami norim bnnler nt hln work than tloen Mr. Moody while he In delivering Ills nermons. Tlie n.-irtv eotiiliieled n very Inler estlng street meeting nt llllninre Saturday arternoon. lev. and Mm, Smith and seeial from the Now Point rnmiminlly necompanled the nam and iifmlsf -! In the singing. N't-M Salnrdav Ihe p-iriv will conduct a stieet mei-t tig In .Malilami tit ::;io. These seniles Were held HtMiI'D anil many from n illsianee brouchl their dinners and spent .the day In the laberuailo and In Ibe gioo nearby Hervle.n iw'li evening beginning liromptly at S o't link. ItP.POUTIIIt. THE PETERS LAW P.CNCE WED DINQ i Miss I'raneen Petem of llolden and Lee L. Ijiwreliee of thin city were married Tuesday, July :i, In Kansas Pit v. The btido Is u daughter of Mr. and Mm. Mosen Peters of llolden and n nareiitn funnel ly resided In thin liv ealltv. -The P.ist j our she ban bee teacher at Ml. Hope sdiool, northeast of Pia g and II wan during tier stav here that she became nciunlnted with Mr. Ijiwience. The groom hns resided In nnd near I'rnlL- all his life. Iloib lire excellent young lienpl will liked by atl who know them and nre denerxhig or Hie many good things In life which they ate bound to to- (idle. Tluw will bo at homo to their ninny riienils III Hie iloi"lty now oecuplei by lr, and Mrn. P. L. iiomel. Dr. (lomel ban sold llierti bin household goods and they will take It over Just an It In. The Leader Jolnn beat Illy In extend ing in thin estimable joung couple the most fdnccr.0 congratulations, and 'may they ever be prosperous nnd happy together, enjoying a long Hie. Craig Leader. July 0. Gold Dcllir Flour Every Sack Guaranteed, to give Satis faction. Watson's Cafe. TWO INJURED IN FIGHT Jenno Yount nnd R. C. Odell engaged In n dispute when they met near tho merry-go-round nt tho relebrallon the night of the Fourth' of July. Several blown wero Htritck when Odell whipped out n knife and cut a gnsh across Yount'it face Hint barely inlnned hln left eye nnd rciilred several tdltchcH to close. Ilnrry Drunk, who hnd no part In the argument, whatever, but chnnced to bo standing nearby was severely cut during the fray, receiving n gash that completely divided the upper lip. On account of wenUncss from loss of blood, ho won unable to bo taken homo and Is at tho homo of his aunt, Mrs. Emma Thompson In Craig. It In not thought Hint either of tho men will ho seriously disfigured. Crale Leader, July 6. " Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Seymour, ol St. Joseph, ylsltcd with the family of Daniel Kunkel, Sunday, Don Meadows, of tbo Franklin school district, has Just returned home from Hidalgo County, Texas, where he has a ranch. He reports everything In line shape down there, and the Holt Countyltes are well and prospering. ' FORCST CITY AND VICINITY -Howard Douglas wan n St. Joseph visitor, n.iiuru.i. Jord. Alidbr wan a Si. Joseph visitor, Sunday. Ciotge ll'ii m r made it Ulp to St lo-i till, Saturday. Mrn, It. W. I'awkn wnn a St. Jo nt ph visitor. Thursday. .Mm. lie ruin iiriusim wan snopping in St. Jost pti last Thursday. Nate ilakir and liiinlly spent the ilny, Sunday, with Wib Ktlley and w He. -Delbeit Miller nnd wife npent Sunday with her folks, Nkk Stone and fnmlly. -Win. Ttrry, or New point, cele brated tint -tin or July in our city Wedncsdny. Win. Drake, or l orben, spent tlie -41 Ii Willi hln nephew, llturgu Drake and family. will Amies mid family, or .Mound City, spent the 4in or July witn iit-nr) filinfler ami family. Mlsn .Mnrgnretto Itodgvrn, of St Joseph, spent Ihe day, Sunday, with Mlsn lluth llemlley. John lllriiilnghiini, Jr., went to luiiisas City, Salutday, to the ball game there Sunday, --l.eunle Shaifer and wife left Wei nesday for Callfiirnla, where they will make their future home. - Mrs. II. II. Sln-ifieltl left I'rlilny for Kansas Pity, where she Ii visiting Willi relatives and Jrlenils. A. II. JefTcry and wife went to St .Ids. pli. Saturday, where Mrn. Jeffery In lalifng medical in-atmeiit. - J. W. Class ami family, and Pay McKlwaln and wile visited Sunday with Will Ki'lley ami finally. Mrn. Chan. Johnson and children left Satlllday for St. Loilln, where they will make their luturo home. Miss Lrmll Alkne. of near Poilenciie, visited the lib nt July with her iini le. J. 1;. Alklre and family, Itlley Turney, J, II. Wilson and Hoy Anderson, ui.uie a tiusinesn trip to- HlKlilnml, lann last Thursday. II. P. Itleger and family, of Itulo Nib., visited over Sunday with hln sisier, Mrs. I.. A. Il.inl.n and family. Mrn. Win, Alton and daughter Minn Irene, spent the llli of Jul In l. with Dr. lletl W. llabeock and ram liy. Mlsn Alma Owenn went home Sal urilny and visited several dan with her lolkn, Chan, (livens, at lloleKovv Mo. James Scanl.iu, II. II. Sciiuhm an wile, (I. J. Council and wile, all spent ihi lib heio with II. II. Poant'll and family. Louie Teare. of Craig, visited Sun dny and Sunday night with bin mother, Mrn, Matilda Team and other tela liven, here. Wm. I'itzmnurlce in Improving the looks or ins house by Having a painted. Wm. Dobyns nud Ylc linker are doing tho work. Itev. I.'. P. Cooley, wlfo and Mrs, J. 1;. Alklro motored to St. Joseph July the till, taking Mrs. Alklro there ror medical treatment. Mrs. John Miller and children Gladys nnd Joe, of Mound City, wero hero, spending tho tlh with Claude Sunnern and wire, Inst week. Wlllnrd Hnbu. of Kansas City. Mo., who belongs to tho U. S. Signal Corpn, Is here, visiting with his par enm, nun iiiinn, sr., ami wue. Mrs. J. J. Miller and two children of St. Joseph, visited here, with her brother, Albert s Walker nnd other iclatlvcn, over tlie 4th of July, C. O. Kvans, of St. Josoph, who lias cnnsteu in company "U, 6th Mo., Is hero visiting relatives and friends, and will leave about the 4th of Au gust. Mrs. C. h. Richardson, who was inuen to the sisters' hospital. Friday, was operated on for appendicitis, Sho Ib gottlng along nicely, we nro glad to bear. J. Lyons, Mrs. Henry Durtnctt and Mrs. V. B. Richardson left Sat urday to attend the funeral of tbelr sister, Mrs. John Dunti, of Chase. Kans. Rev. B. P, Cooley and wife mo tored over to Cbas. Taylor's, near Fortescue, Friday afternoon, and en Joyed a splendid visit, and a good sup per as well, Eleanor and Francis Jeffery have l r turned from a visit with their grand- part nts In Clarlnda, la. Their grand- lather, C A. I.ISie, Itiuimu nnu ti,.m lor a visit. Mis. Cbas. Yanhooier and two children visited over Tuesday, last wteli, with litr mother, .Mrn. jaine Cooper nnd slstir, W. llopkln and wile, lit Atclilsuii, inn. J. II. Wilson and Inmlly nnd "Un cle" Tom Mllbr, L'atl Wilson and UMll). nnd Huiili Wilson nnd tniniiy, nr'-cn, visiiui Miinuay who jibbu am and f.ilnll), lieur New Point. Mt iiscnr Moore unit son, hen- ti' tli, oi this city, and her sistt r, Mis. Kltiivr Cnr-on, ol Uli-gnn, ttti i.ii wetk for St. Louis vvheit! Ibey will imi thi.r p.irtnis, W. U. DleK nun wile . - Mrs. snrah C lark, lieoiKe i.uk. Motllutr limit and wire. Le I link, Jiimtn lliutioA and wile, of Council Uliius, la., wile nil visiting lure last week with Mnge Chirk nlid other rel.HUts. We nre toiry to henr of tbo Ill ness of Mrs. Martha Alklie, whu sut 1 1 red a stroke of paralysis, last Sat urdny morning. Mrn. Alklre visited Tuesday with her son, J. C Alklre, of this city. We hope for her rnovcry. May I;. Cluunbi rs and two daugh ters, W. 1). Allison mid wife, l'red ll.iten and wllu mid Mlsn. trances Cbambern, of Mound City, brought tbelr dinner nnd spent the 4lu or July with S. II. Chambers and ton. Lawrence. Mrs. 1.. I . Cooley received a card. each Horn Misses (irncu Ktner and Trncy lllevlus, who nre visiting at puetiio. colo.. und llu-y report tney ate etiju)ltig ii good time there. Tho two Indies are memlicrn ol llev. u. 1. Cooley'n congregation. Thero will be no servlcen at tin) Forest City Methodist ihurrh next Sunday night, July IS, as nil the pin torn have agreed to dismiss tbelr serv ices at thai lime and udjnuin tu thu City Hall III Intelest of the Itttl Cross work. There will be seveml twenty minute talks on this fiiiportunt work. Come, ever) body nnd do our bit. -Mlsn Clarubel llruik gnvu a pu pils' recital at the Chilstlan church Saturday nllernooti. The following pupils look pall: Violet llrotk, lietio Conk, June Dnbn, Mnglo Cllft, Mil tired Hopper, Pbireiiri' Pltzmnurlcr, Mliertn llnhn, .Mniy .Margniettf Mul len, lleinlfo llnhn, Monlta Mullen, Nellie Wilkes. Nnotn.i Payne. Lewis Shutuaie, Dorln llrotk, Lthel Piif. Jainit-ttn (iolilell, and Dollle I lilt Mlsn Netllt' Hood gave a rending whleli was greatly injoynl by tbose Willi Wetl' present. DIXPIIHIH. Resilience Property I-'or Sale My resilience In I-'orcst City, consist ing of two-story, eight-room house ami three lots on Kim and Grand Avenue. For further Information, ad dress, W. II. Williams, ma West 40th Street, Route One, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Kxcculrlx'n Notice. Notice Is hereby clvcn that Icttcra testamentary on the estate of Cath erine (Jnlbralth (lialbrcath), deceas ed, were granted lo tno unticrsigneii nn the Ttli day of June, 1017, by tho Probate Couit of Holt Count, Mis souri. All persons having claims against said estate ore required to exhibit tlicin for allowance to the ex ecutrix within six months after tho date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any nencrtt or sniii es tate, and If such claims bo not exhib ited within one year from the date nf tho last Inscitlon of tlin publication of this notice they shall lie forever barred. MOI.l.li: CAI.IIItAlTII, Executrix. first publication, June IS. Last publication, July 0. Don't w.i.te your time anil money trying to COLLECT your had debts joursclf. Let us do It, Wo have a reputation for success und make no charge un less vie git lti:SI.'l,TS. Collec tions handled in nil slates. If oti need confidential ad vice regarding any other TKOUBLK we will give reliable legal opin ion for rca-iiiiahlc fee. l'ur particulars, wilte us or call MERCANTILE LAW ASSOCIATION 303 Corhy-Forsce Hide.. ST. JOSKI'll, MO. f Home Phone, 87. Mutual, 104 K S EMMA BLACK jj I Osteopathic Physician. All diseisei treated by Osteopathic methods. OHIes First R..l.lrnc. W.H Of Moore & Krcck'a Store X OREGON. . . MISSOURI. CHICHESTER S PILLS w m rill, la U.4 1.4 U.I4 r.,i"iiiVUy VtM k nu ft ! tM. fiafKt. A I . . .TV n.7J- SOLD BV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE BERT 6. PIERCE DENTIST, . Oregon, Mo. JiKW'" PbODM, Old 81, Mutual 41. -' ' -if bfililiJ-mu.VUiu.i '..ij. r.nff'Wggrrg.-.wrywtrrwr.- M ... . ...i-.-i i''..iMiutttJ, . -t'lifelntajia, , jMlwU'tai'lilliiifi " i ,11,1' ;i, -i Uti't. A i iih-fc.r .....- ., . t n ww nwmrn 1 1 i '- .-i'i .i, vml- txiUvaLfiUA..?.