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, 1 The .Moot Important Local Kvcnts , Which Have Transpired The Past Week. (Ily George A. Conaway.) ,, tl 1 - . . .1. I.. .. ...I... .Mrs. . ii.iF v.oriej IS t.IUI. ttllll. relatttts In I'orbi.', nils week. .Nowi .muiiis l uuiiums a new, , gnrnge fur linn I.arkltts tills week. Mrs. Mnry Hill vu vlslllng with irli'iuls In Mound City, one day, lust week. .Mr. V. V. llaln was here from Council Ulufts, lowu, scleral days last week. V. tl. Malcr was homo last Sun day gelling acquainted Willi his family. Quito n number of our local sports attended the bull game lit Craig last Sunday. Scleral from hero attended the tuneful of J. A. Uooilliiirt In Maltlanil last Sunday ntlernoon. M.rs. J. C. 1 1 Inkle Is reported to bo on the sick list, with mi uttnik uf rhrlltnntlstii, tills week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Drhlcnion visited with Mr. niiil Mrs. N. l'lkv In Mound City last Sunday. C. A. Kesster wns hero from SI. Joseph lust Saturday looking utter his farm Inlt rests noittieast of (own, Miss l'lorelire Stewart Is here. this week, from Tails Cl'y, N'ebr., Isltluc with Mls Iliriha Morris. Attorney li. II, llrMcmon and family weie here last Sunday Ulllnc with Mr. nm! Mrs, .1, I'. llrldsmnii, Wonder why tlirnld tiinliiim Is not seen on the streets of Arknnsnw with that new Velio rnr nny more? Mr. mid Mrs. ("latent o llleks. of coutli of Mound City, visited with Mr. mid Mrs, Trunk Walker lust Sunday. Torty-lliree scholars attended the Christian Sunday srliool last Sunday morning mid tin- inll.-ctlon wn M.2S, Mike Hurt, Jr.. left Sunday eve ning for I'ulion, Kuns., to look nt some farming huul with u lew of purchns Ins. There was nn ntlendunco of forty four scholars attended the Methndlst Sunday school last Sunday morning and the eollectlon wns $1.30. Ilrakeman dun l.urklns lin quit the ptssciu-cr run between Napier mid Vllllscit and bid In u frelcht run between St. Josiph nnd Kmi'iis City. Mitt lister loaded nut u ear lo.ul f nlfulfii hay, the latter part of last wick, selling It to liny Kins John CoUL'hlln, who shipped the car to Knn sas City. Holly Cntlton nnd family hue mmed Into Hie properly Jtit soiilli or Mrs. M. II. Mellon., nnd J. J. Hill Ihe restaurant man, has turned to his residence vaeated by Mr. Carlton. The Methodist Sunday sdiool last Sunday, week, took up u lolleetlon for the Hod Cross fund nnd Ml. II was raised for this woilhy rails.'. Pretty good, conshlcilng only forty present, Misses Until Maler mid Hvn I to linn, who me nllenillni: the Slate Nor mal scbool at Mnryllle, came borne last Trlduy cvcnlnc mid visited villi home folks nnd friends until Sunday evening. Mis. Abe Harris, of south of Mound City, was visiting with her pur nils, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. McDowell nnd other reliilhes ami friends In this part of the neighborhood, sound ilnjs, last wiek. Mrs. Hoy Noland was here sev eral days lut wck from Napier visit ing with Mrs. Chtis. Worley, returning home the hitler part of I In- w.i k. Miss (lladys Worely letiirned with her visiting mor Sunday. Don't Mrk on this hot wialher. Just grin and bear Hi Its sure making the torn grow mid the funnels me getting their wlieut mid oats nil, we ran stand n little hot weather Willi HENNINGER SAYS There I a little check now In retail trade, hut It won't last long, people will soon become adjusted to war and Its wajs, We will haveagreat retail trade and cannot dodge It. Till has been the history In Kngland ami Canada and It will be here. Tl.o hundreds of millions of dollars loatird to the Allies will be spent In thlscountry. lillllons more will be spent on our army and navy. Hundreds of millions of small bonds sold In this country will bu taken tip Into the currency Any firmer that rales 'Aj worth of stub will get fV) for It. Tbrre Is no danger of dull trade In the near future. What we need fear Is an Inflation that would have made the old greenbacker limit his hole, We have the reputation of serv ing the best soda In town. It makes us blush to admit this. Tl e vacation e son l here: take a .'.I cent UAHe of Chapolene l.otlon with you on picnicking and camping trips. Cli-Olctie takes the sting out of moulto Idles rlghl now. It klllschlggers and It relieves sunburn. Ilrltig us our prescriptions, or ak the (lector to phone them 10 us We are not particular linn we get them, Ju-t so e do get them, We are urging you to tto these things for your own good, and Incidentally for our own. Try a package of lr. Hss poul try Panacea for your chickens, Njals I.iiild Face Powder will beautify jour compleilon, render your "kin free from pimples, and wl I stay on during ho i leather. What more could you ask for M cents? Ill' ir Leading Prescription Druggists Itrinvrrcd Walch. I'cnll T. Cohvcll tins at Inst located e cold watch, which tils son. Alenr.o Col well, possessed nt tune of being -ken to post hospital nt Toll Logan. The' boy fitst had the measles, this being followed with pneumonia, from wiiit'ii nc uieii in the nrmy hospital nnd wn Inmiirlit home for hurlul. 1 he boy father nl this time lia never ceased endeavoring to recover possession of tlie wiitcli nnd cltlien's clothing. J lie authorities nt the I ort linil n rnmntfitn Invent nt-- nf nil Hie iy s citrcts nt the time he wns lancn i the hosnital. nnd neither watch nor clothing wns In the lot. Hnnlly Mr. tolwell lemcmbered the wntch was purrhnsod from Jas. Cram er ii on. doing there, he copied the record of the number of the wntch case nnd the works, nnd sent these to the nrmy authorities. The no ce In Denver were notirieit nnd reipjesicii to look for such n wntch In the Den ver pawnshops. This resulted in find ing the wntch, nnd on Tuesday the lny's fnther ioreivc.1 n letter from Cnpt. Soinmervltle. the commnndant, nying thnl the soiitier hwl been nr rested who l.nd pawned the wntch. and they hnd locked him In the post gunriihouse to nwmt trim t.y court nnitlnl. If found guilty it w III nienii from one to two yrnrs in the federal penitential y for the ninn who thus oo nitvantnge nr we sickness or :i lo'dier to steal hi. effects. The watch hnd been nnwued fur $1 .nnd this sum Mr. Colwcll lias Just sent to Denver, tmis ictcn-ing the waicn unit gaining possession of It ns nn heirloom In entori of Ills soldier boy who en listed nt Oimilm mill left home never to letutn nlive. Mr. Colwell feels very kindly to ward the jinny authorities who have mis nisteii in nt to legnin poses inn of his son's wntch. At first the other was Inclined to blame the nu- thoiitles for not teturning these ar ticles. Hut he now sees that tl'.ey ne done eveithlng possible for hl hoy and nl-o for himself in i cover- g the hell .notes he w Mini in po.. Ikh-iiuso tliey liclonged to Ills son. (."n.indn llcinld. Hews of the dealh of our goo-l old hletid J. A. (iooillimt, of Triuiupli neighborhood, lust Tilduy. Mr. lioml hurt wns In his scientvfouilh Jinr mill Is one of the kind id lillzeiis who will be sin V missed by bis lilntlti-s mid ii bust of ft lends, not only by Ihose who llled In his llilllieillale lieluhbothood, but by bis In Ulil and witty sii)Iiie In the Triumph Ileitis almost two inous.iiiii miners oi mi News-JelTeisonlan will miss blui (lirouuli him we learned to know nl moat eery one In that nclBlihorhood, althoiiEli we never met them: eiery week we would look lor the Triumph Items nnd through them we would know- the conditions and health of that enterprising part of the country, what "Hilly Jim." "I.uni Patterson" nnd many other prominent clilr. us weie doing; he was uu uble writer and we will tnlss him mid mourn with tin- telatlies mid many, many friends In his taking away to that better hind where mi sni m is known. ery nn Piosslw funeral nrvlces were ron ducted nl S p. m. on Sunday nfii-rimon ut the Mi Ibodlst church III Mullland gooil grate If the imps (an he silled, by llev. Sturgei-, who by mpiest of i.iisi Miniiuy while (ieorge rooper jir. (iooiihait iihik his text iiom the nnd Hubert Asher were returning fiom J ::iid Psalms, "The l.onl Is my ship the lake their horse bec.ime ftlBlileneii uril--I shall not want, he buvlnu b nt n passing ear, upsetting the buggy Inline a inembi r of the iliuieh In ls"l mid throwing I hem out. Torlunutely j tcmnliilng n fulllifiill tnemlu r up to ii-i uiie nus iiijiiii-i mm nu uiiiiiiim- , uu- llllll' nl Ills in iui. i ins is u en at lo property. (ieorge Poynter iitlemlid u reun ion of the I'o) nter family ut the homo ot bis fiilher in Clinton. Mn last sun- (ou.oallloii to his relatlies mid n lurue number of his Irlends who gnth end nl the rliurih In Mullland hist Siimhiy ufti nn. on to sny n l.i-t good day. Jon und (Jeorelu Ponler aicoiii-1 bye in "(Joody" who will be missed. pun led their father ns far us Kiiiisuh City whole they spent'Siindiiy visiting with ; its rid in u (milium. John Sdioonnver and son, Holla, drove iiowu froiu tin ir homo in Alien (lood b)e. CROW LATE CROPS FOR FEED Tied ohliiiiieP. by growing Into ilule, Mo., In their Cord cur Inst Sun-lrrnps inn bo und ndwintni;cously this lay morning mid visited with Mr. and. full lo suppleim nt n shortened rmlon .Mrs. li. I . schoonovcr until Momiuy oi lit u It priced corn, scleral Kinds or noon. They left homo nimut ft u. in. letups can be planted dining July In nrrlMiig here, a distance of iiliout suitluii' in make good jo ids iietore irort miles, at 10:30 a. in. M ho department or rnrin crops or in H. C. Hiitswell, Hay ICIng Nn. 2. I'nlverslty of Missouri College nf nf Hed Oak. Iowa, was here last wei I; I Agrlculturo liieiitlons u few thai may nnd shipped out I he first car load of. be grown. A choice ot these crops new- prairie buy for this reason, nnd 'would ilepiud on the purpose for witn rnvorntJlo wenlher experts to ship wnicu tint imp was neeueu. one to two cars per day for the next If gtuln Is wanted, one of the very week. This season's liny Is said to be I earliest maturing varieties nf corn of extra good nunfitY mid fteo of i will, under fnvornble conditions, nuiKo weeds nnd It Is expected In put up thn largest crop In I he hlslniy of lids neighborhood. a ciop If planted by July in, of course tho yield will bo light and the grain nf n lower duality than early -A large crnwd from here attended 1 pluntcd corn, but thu point to con slUer Is that the lain crop will pm vlilo a certain lot or grain that nlhi wlso would not he produced. The grain norgliums knflr, mllo, nnd fotcrltn can nlsn bo grown to pond ndvnntiiKi' If planted In tho early part of the month. When the grain sor ghums are planted lute, feterltn wilt r licit curlier than c titer mllo or Knur nnd It can therefore bo planted later. If planting Is to bo nmdo early In July, kaflr would bo the choice as it Is useful for cured forage nnd ensnnge thn Hohbs-riurke meeting nt Mound City Inst Sunday evening. Much good lias neen none in Mound city, in tno country nnd tho near by towns by theso meetings mid wo should hnvo more of them, A big tent meeting once a year would be nn excellent In vestment and should bo held by nil means; it mnkea n better town and country-ln which to live. The weather man was on his good behavior hint week and quite a lot ot wheat was cut nnd some corn laid by. With favorable weather this ns well as for grain, while mllo nnd week nil wheat will bo cut nnd almost nil of tho corn will bo laid by. Corn has como out wonderfully In tho past week. This hot weather, while pretty hard on the people, is the making ot tho corn, nnd lis coming out ot the kinks In good shape. It Is said pros pects for corn are much better on the bottom than In the bills this year. Wheat nnd oats nre both doing bet ter than expected and the hum of the threshing machine will be beard In this neighborhood the latter part ot this week or the first of next. Hunt Brothers nre getting their threshing outfit In first class shape ready for those desiring their services. Chances are Morris Dro.'s will also put their threshlns outfit out In a few days. The telephone . brought the sad feterltn nro chiefly useful only for crnln. firuln vlelris from the sorchunis will bo lighter from the late planting than from May or Juno plantings, nut considerable yields mny still he pro duced, It n late crop ot forage Is wanted kaflr or ono ot tho sweet sorghums nmbcr, orange or sumac could be used. Millet, sundnn grass, cowpeas, or a mixture ot cowneas and Sudan. would also be successful. Millet nlantcd In July or tho early Dart August would succeed as well as when planted earlier, and the other crops would at least make a good growth of forsire. Amber Is tho earliest of the aweet sorghums, Common the earliest of the millets, nnd New Era the earliest ot the cowpeas. MONARCH IMher L'lllot vllted Ok-a Hozers, Sund.i). I Hunk oil visited 1 Ic.li.irt lllack, Slllld.i) Unhurt lllack wns In Torhcs, nv :i !.!' week. Mr John Patterson nnd wife were In Noduwu). Saturday. Hill llrown nnd family were In SI. I Jo-tph. one ilav. lut week. - liny Calle ns nnd wife visited nt llnrry sines. Friday afternoon, Mr. Albert (miner made li trip to I SI .losenh. one tl.iy. last week, -Mrs, J. J. (larnir visited Mrs, John Sollars, Wednesday nflernoon, Hnburt lllack und (Irnn- Allen nt tended church nt Nodaway, Sunday! night. Nellie lllack and Vnda Smith ll"e,l with Mrs, Clarence l.llley. of Klchville. Friday. There w be a business meeting rlcht after Sunday school. Kvcrbbdy come who nre nterested. Mr. li.iMd Allen mid Mr Josh Chllrniit mid family, ntlendid church ii Nodaway. Sunday nliilit Mr Hen Smith and wife, nf May (lower tieluhhnrhooil, visited with Jntne. Smith, Sr.. nnd family, Sunday -Mr mncrsnn Hughes mid wire. lied from Trlduy until Sunday with hi- taiher. It, I., lluulies. near sawiti' nub MaMe and Havmonit Kretrer have returned home, nfter n months visit llh their grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs, i mm- sun i, sr. T hurl- who snent Sunday nt Ham Slpe. were: Ilarl Sipes, Mr Teed limner mid family, of Oregon : Mr lii-nue liarner nnd wife, of Crowley. Colo - Mrs James Smith. Sr.. nnd il.inuh r. Vnda. nnd Mr. .Hiue. Smith. Jr. tie! family. Mls Nellie lll.irl: nnd Adeln Si hunks, relebrnted In roresl CIO. July lib - TIiks" who eel, brated III SI Jo seiili Wednesday from our neighbor hood were- Mr. Jnli Chllcoat and faiiilU. Mr llmerniti Ilia-lies nnd wife. Mr John Patterson nnd wife nnd John Miller. n.tTToitn. Ol.lluari. John Lane wns bum Muy Hi. ISflJ. at Craig. Mo. lie died nt hi' home, four miles routheat of Otvgnn. Mo July I, l'.il,, nged ,)- (.-n, 1 month nnd -M ilavs. On Aug-.ist IP, 1!7. he was un led In mnrringe to Aii'nmln lIMrr. in Oicl'iiii. Mo., nnd to this union thlcc h Idicn won- mm. one luty nnd two gitis. Hie lie) mid one nt' the gills Hod In Inrm.cv. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, his daughter. Myitle, uiul one hrothet, Colimmi l.nne, of Cmlg. Mn.. n-lile from other ulatlves am ninny friends. I he entile community exiue.fe lis sympathy to the bereaved ones nt (his time. l unernl services were conducted ut the li-slienre. -Hi IV . 1 bv ;ev L. I . llumt. nsfisled ny l.lder l. II. uawsoti. utm tho noiiy wns laid to lest in the otegon ccuutciy. , fe wdnys befote his death. Mr, .tine wns taken Into the .Method!-' chuich. He gave ever evidence of sciiivlilug for dud, He expivsseil his l nirness lo irue unr si untiy s nou id oil ra se mm un mm n s sin low tor remaining away from (iod up to the last. While delay Is unsafe, we ate glud to leave him In the hiiniN of One who said, "linn that comctli to mo 1 will in no wlv enst out. U. T. II, A DIG REAL ESTATE DEAL A blu ileal III mil eslale was ilo-ed the Ill's! of Ihe Week when Hint Alllhony gulliid possession nf I'.'.': acres ut l.iud t lliu south nl ( ui-l. Willi h llii-v lillti hiisi d froiu T ll SirUkler. The loiislib lulloll III II ll lilliollllted In Moo mi Here. i Ji'.'.i.ui'n. which coieleil tin Ihiploii nu tits mid ihe glowing nnp on it ' i.ind. Ml'. Stickler boill-ht the plnre iikIo )eutH ugo mid bus made u mat sum ihtoiigli holding it. I'lie llllll thlil lilllc In, ml the iihn Is fniiipiircd ol S. M. Itlnl nl St. J" siph mid Tred Anlhony nl Shetiuii Kali, lown. cmlg i.inuer, July VITAL STATISTICS Our vllal statistic, lor our county for-the month of June show u total o: 21 blrlhs 7 boys und 11 gills. Then wen- s iii at lis mules mid a u males; the uieiaue age of the man was o", years mid nt the females wn ii veins, l or the nrst six moiiins oi the vear there were lis tiiiths boys und 03 tills. In the same period theto were St deaths su mules an 111 females. We had f." maiilages, tw pairs nf twins, one set nl boys nnd one gills. There weie two suiciu One dentil wns caused by Ihe tallroad one denth by being dt owned. RIVER CUTTINQ AGAIN Tor the past few weeks Ihe Ml sourl rltcr has been rutting iignln lit Ihe old Asendorf place, south and west of Crn g. w i d snsternus re sults. The farm of neorgo nurge na nearly disappeared and Mr. llurco was forced In move off the land. He has rented the C. M. W alls residence and moved Ids family Into It last l ilduy. Such work of tho treacherous old stream has proven n terror to ninny In the past and much sympathy Is felt for those who have to suffer because of It. Craig Leader, July u. STATE SCHOOL MONEYS The slate sunerlntendent of schools nnnnunces the annual apportionment ot tho Plate school money this year will bo l2,0Sfl,SCfi, nr about (2.00 per can ta. which In I13,r.84t-In excess tho amount distributed In 1016. Thcro Is sllchtlv over n million children school ago In tho state. The annual distribution Is not mado until August ami Is mado on basis of nunibor teachers and attendance of pupil 1101,214 will go to high schools. For Sale Pedlgteed Hed Polled Buns, six to eigne months om. C. A. ZACHMAN, Mound City. Oregon, Ho, Flour a lesion in food value. It Isn't accidental that bread and butter, or meat and potatoes, have a daily place on every table. These two tood combinations, more nearly than any others, contain all the elements needed to nourish and sustain the human body. Either combination U a perfect food in Itself. Scientifically chosen for pure nourishment. 7e p h v w bread (with butter) is by far the best balanced and most nutritious of the two the very cheapest food known. Zephyr snd Duller Mttt and PoUtoci Gtiief SS00 CtUiut Flit . , 19c 88.0", . . 44c lC.2a AW-dtft Prll 75.1 ''j 12.4','. I4.7C I8.3'.t Ileal IMalo Mailer-. Tl J -ne rnl etate tr.uinrlion weie InuhV tl.nt of went they were rpr ini. nnd ttitlnc the six month oeeiivl t' ev nre $".no.(" Inrger thnn the' VM-le fnr the siio-e period In l!"n. in l'MO ine tmni wnirnntj lent, f-ie (lie first s! lilolitl-s vete l.i:.i; ssT. while for Ihe sniee lu riml In I'.'IT tl.ey renrlKil $1,MMV.V,. Ilnth ivir nn' C'tnle niistinciers. .Messrs. I riniVt 1'itiee nnd I.. I.. HirhiiriH. nre sti'llliig. lenuse they niv husy. The f...tum dials for June, 1P1T. weie: I'. I ll'arcr to 5. V. llliuer, n- n ! I rw. ysuw '.!. It.m'T to W. S. IIiiiIl'Iii. n-iiU 111 Id. .V.'. .'IT l;i 1!. U. Collier to Clnls Smith, tie . rt. :!T IT.PUd J. A. I hike to A. W. Vnn- ('ii, n. n. lie nnd nj nw S. Ci'i, :;;i 2l,tKni ;. ll. Uu in to I . I: llogan, ' . nw n : l.'.oou . 11. .MorrU to 1'. I". (Iniey. nw so !, ;i, :;t.... wv At one-half less cost 7tPHv bread and butter yield five times the fats and five times the carbohydrates of meat and potatoes combined. Ten cents' worth of 7iphvi bread and butter provide over ten times tho energy, together with more tissue, building protein, than the same amount of meat and potatoes. Choose food scientifically. Use more 7tPnva the heartiest, sturdiest, cheapest food in tho world. Full an J caibohyJrattl luilafn on J off rait ln beJy! frotini roa.'r!,'. Moore & Kreek G.W. I.cntz, New l'oint Cnrtor Store, Minimi City Citron & Son , Illolow J II. Hohnrt, Mnitlnnd Ilownrdt Brown Forlcscuc Orn Scrlvncr, Crain Are You Coming West? We can help )ou cone, anil help you tlml what you want when )ou get here II )ou are going to vpetnl your vacation In the WeM we can tt-ll on of hoick resorts railroad rales, transcontinental and t'aclllc (.'nasi highways, and of places of scenic Interests, If you are a home, seeker ut- can tell you of farming opportunities all uer the west, It Is our liuslnesH to know all about the I'acllti; CoaM country, for Sun. sivr M.miaisk Is the one dig National Magazine relied lug the life and giving accurate accounts of the growth and upbuilding of this We. tern Country. Send us ten cents (or a sample copy of Sunskt Mauvink and ask us any iiiislloiis you want about traveler oppor tunities lit the West Address, SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU SAN FRANCISCO At Ll-HMAN'S Tin dr Wt t)04t out ll short It nlhi cf pi.tt icxxls f rry ilcicription st sitll hot! lotted READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You csn iftvs nvar hlf by trsdm. .1 LEHMAN'S on KLMNANT DAY Order of ruhtlcallon. STATU Ol" MISHOUIH.) s. County of Holt. ) iN-TiiiianiTiTt'onx l.ucy Ann Smith, l'lnlntlff, Dveculor's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that letters of uihiilnlsttntlon on tho estate of I'ctu (Inlhiiilth, deceased, were grant nl to the undersigned on tho 7tli day of June, 1P17, by the I'rohatc Court of Holt County, Missouri. All per sons having claims ngalntt raid estnte mo ieiultis to exhibit them S91 riiomn .leffeison Smith, lcf mlnnt. i for nllownnco to the administrator Now nt this '.'Jil day of .Mny. HUT. "'""' ' nucr wns iinio oi Ihe sntne Udng the mcoihI ilny oi ' .mur. m . nv, in.i m iircciuuii Mac iH.ii. I'.1I7. of the Holt, from any benefit of nd. etntc: nnd I'l.untv flivult Cnutt. mines tin; K lilllll'. instil"" " imm-i- it -Jahe Illnhl.. ot Ihu.low. is cut- liltf lu- hi- wh. ai. iislnu u gasoline inotoi him hy "''Jf '' , " J'1';., fV 1 iglpe n his lilinle. . Jt nmliB ? U 'I w. " '. "V- ,' e 'pin In Iff l.ereln. im the "' :,, ,,,M.,;l".,V: fi"uil" f tliut .lefcnilnnt, , wholly ..i,.t.,ilrr i...,.ln. I iv her attorney, nnd It now nppenring lo the sntlsfiiclioit of tlie Cni'it. tlmt the ilefcndnnt, Tlinitm Jefferson Smith, cntinot be hiitiioinned In his action, by tlie legal Tlie boys who were .halted last process ot law in tins sinu , i. . i i li la ,.,sl,.i,.,l be the ( unit tllllt mill "I'll fliltClllii Jii III- nu iii-t, inn r i .......... , .... '.I.., Iiil- catnp. Ilrutlon be ninue lioiiiying i nn i llliu- iigln - -Iir. Ileal in sas llllll,- l.l.l 11. .1, llll.ll .Mrs. I". iiiiil.lni: the pieseiilallon ml , n,,,, t,i, .iuitr the bus the Mb liistatll. I ....I r .dMlnllff. offeied plaintiff Slr:ie.llli tw. en TiO nnd 10lL,.i, i,iii,itl..ii im to render, nnd ns -.lino.i fenn. (he Davis llniirh. Liberal l.n.i ,., ntiilntirr'. rniidltlon llltol- rownnl tor nny inioiiiiaiion. cinblc, und on mo iiinner ginunus m v.. r. ii.u i. , iion-suppott uiul ni.aniiotinicoi; Mrs. Mary Moser, of I pp. r Hull, Amr unless the said defendant, tins bieii eiijoylm: u vlsll Ihe past '-1(n9 Jcffcisnn Smith, bo nnd np week with her daughter, Mrs. Will .K,.. Ilt ,P m.Nt term of this Couit, Stevenson, of Ihe l.liuolu district. I i, i.ni.ten nt (he Cunt llouso In Don't neglect your eyesight, i-ei tho Cly of Oregon, In the county oi n fit vnoi- e-liiii.es cnlicrtlv. I,. I'. u..it ,.,! sllnl,. f Mlskourl. on tho Van Hall, l.ycslght Specialist, first ...2nd day of October, 1!U7, and on or door west of SliellenbeiKer's Hole, ,cfliro the first day of said term, Mrs. Cletiiiiia Zacliman nnd .Liiigii- nitwcr or picnd to thn plaintiff's pe ier, iiieresa, oi .numm v nj, " titlon In this cause, tho sanio win no hcio a few days last wej'h ; lsltlnB ten as confessed, und Judgment will i-uuiei ..uu ...nun-. ,i,ii, wim erei. nrrnrt. niT. . A telecrnm was received by rcla- be Hie Court. lives nnd fi lends, nnnomiclng the t, , a C0M.. lcrcof bo published in dealh of Mrs. John Huntr. who died T, Holt County Sentinel, a news at Chase, Kans., Saturday last, July r ,,rintc,l nnd published In tho .... ii:nnti ni iioil an fiuiu oi .m.uu,,, Most of ihe hill land corn win no -t .... ,i, ntnindffa nt. laid by nt the end of this week, but for four weeks successively, It will bo u week or I wo hcr.ire much c't insertion to bo nt least fifteen of the bottom corn Is In the same con- J,ttyg 'foro tho said term of tho tald .......... ..rniirT. Fire destroyed tho resldenco nr. . .,, , ,i, rieroiil. Wit Mrs. Anna I'ields In South llenton.l . m . ', ,. lho .... of .i,i nn July 4. Tho bulhllng wns n total "A'v..." ' . -trim. In nrec-nn. loss, but tho nousenoiu euecis weio Mls , ,g 27ti, ,ay 0f June, 1017. eaved- (SKAI..1 E. A. DUNHAM, . L"0 ,trK,1 1 nT r Clerk of Holt County Circuit Court. Mminti rit. llir Bnn. Chnrlov. Of St. I . . . 7TT, v r v ' i.i.i ,.A..A.ni l i.vMiiinra Aoiice. josepn. was ai iicr ueu.iue, .u.v.... ,.u"h tVen that thn un -Miss Oroce Spellmnn. one ot our derslgned executor or tne ' "taw oi splendid teachers, and lone ,of tho ..lear. Ann. est or g ns. will lencu m mo puunc """ Bt;vk.viii... v."- "f C1 scbool year inexii vctm u. wo i 7 -Harry Rosenthal, who for t everal Holt County, Missouri, to be Mdw. i to years past, was a familiar flguro here, Oregon, In saloVcountyr, cm ths 13th ns a junic denier, uieu in a Lnicasu uf i kA.hiii thh. 41 rnm i.romln nnlsnn. I rRANik r.lnC-C, e ' " 1 1 " " ' . . j I irvMi.fnw iri was n memner or w. u. w. nnai w..,v.i M. W. A, ot Mound City. I First publication, Juno 22, 1017, if such claims be not exhibited within one yrnr fiom Hie dato of the Inst In sertion of the publication of this no tlce, they shall ho forever barred. . i . o i ai.i.u., i;xecutor. This l!(lth day of June. 1U17. I'lrst iitsettlun, Juno L'l', 1D17. I.nst Intel Hon, July 13, I'.ilT. Both Phones LAWRENCE McFALL, Ostcopailiic Physician. Treats Both Acute nnd Chronic Diseases. Olllcc Suullica.l Corner of S.iuare. OREGON MI8SOURI J. C. WHITMER, rDElsTTISO?. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Attention, Comrades! Members of Meyer Tost will meet at tho home of W. II. Alkire, on Wed nesday, July 25, as tha guest of their comrade, A. W. VanCamp, who will reach his 7Utn birthday on tnst uay. All comrades are requested to ha present. G. W. CUMMINS, Commander. F. S. MORGAN, Adjutant. o Remember the Oregon Chautau qua will be held August 17 to 23, in clusive. The most labor sarins thins the woman baa Is the Kitchen Cabinet. See the best onsa at Emll's place. Miss Frances Young, of St. Jo seph, Is here enjoying a visit with her aunts and uncles and cousins, and having a good time.