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No. 3 cans Pumpkin 10c No. 8 cans Hominy lOo 30c cans Oysters 26c Fresh Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits, Fresh and Cured Meats, Gallon Cans of Goose Berries, Apricots and Peaches. Prompt Delivery Service. Both Phones. Give us a Trial. H, E. KREEK & SOU "Fryes Old Stand" "J'pworth League," at ICfch- Itldnllle. nfh son, Miiudi. und Wlllai.l. visited rein- Tsi,' Mf,ntro ""' family, Jessie live In rillniri Friday. I"'1 '!" w,re 'hopping In .St. ... n., ...I ...if., jnse in. rinny. IM.MI, . U. .....- ..III. ...I. -. - , 11,11 .'VII Friday etinlng, n big bouncing loy. . ,lm ,,H'1 All rnnrerncd mq doing well. Moinla. In Newt Plaimtp, fnm Uppe r Ni t- move to lexn held a nubile sale. tlic near future lie will exas, and Mi. Hert Drchcr, from nufil im iiitttiltit. lit knvv mill li,iti ' till uM, In Ground Hog Hollow. 't .t'" " "" vl,'lt,,l ,lr- ,ini1 K. (i. Ilnhlcr. of Hie Kim Rldt-c,,lr,'u ,'1ra,1tor' ;s.un,l"f . Slock Farm, I the first one. no far," .,TMb '"V1 ;Vn' ,C0, s.orr' 0,1,1 to liave a stalk Held opened in till M,' Nnle Cropp were transacting , business In St. Joseph. rldnv. mv a i! m i... .. i. ' .ir. iicmbcrgcr. mini Oregon. crlntcndrnt nf schools, wu a l.ultiV4 totunioil to her home, Katunlay even vlllor at Hie Klchville school, lait nf,rr n tndcd vl.lt with her Tuesday. ' "on "cv' i. ....... i.i.ii...... ....i ..if. ...i.. I Scott Preston, who ha nn intiir. side nrur the F.astcrn Nixloway p'tt-l"1 ' V1 ll.u'n',lt V" trau, icnt .Sunday at Mr. and Mi.."'1' Informed that hi hand i slow.y iii'jiiuviiik. Prof. Carl . Hose, principal i.f the ( I rn miliar school at Oregon, wn Herman 'nminrrs' require .Mrlntyre, from Sleepy Hollow, and John Ilahlcr, near tho mine place, hauled hogii to town, Monday, .Mr. Herr buying them. Scott Preston wit tuken to St. Joneph lat Thursday, where hi hand wax operated uon. An external in jury route time ago developed Into a cue of blood poisoning. A party wan given nt Mr. and airs. Urn, htadler Thuisdnv night, sight seeing and visiting in and near iciciivhic, ttunnay. .Maynowcr ninct organize! n literary society Monday night. Kir: proKram given hri.lay night, there after every two week. Mr. and Mm J. U Weaver and (laughter. Mi Mildred, anil ton, Paul ami uiarx Miicpam, vilteil .Mr. ami Wo are not in io.ocslon of the fact' nr;. '' "B'T. Mimiay evening. concerning the entertalimient, o we I ,, J'l ,lrnr' f"1' Chan, and can't ray iinythlnK about It. IJJ"- !,, rr', !" ."' -Mr. und Mr. II. II. Tcrhuno and 'lfnr' ' rifJ y1'1'"1 Mcln llnr.il.1 M'.,....n..r r..r..,.. ..!.. i.v... tvre and wife, at Sltfiiv Hollow. Sun. frntu Kfnirfiii ilktrtt nn.l Mr lUV Mr. Wi'nvnr i.m s'umlni- u-iih .1 ii The Ulchvllle rchool Mteran So. Urk nnd family, near the "Hcicht c,llt' ,u "u!r Proifrnm VtU nt the Unillcovireil." !I' nlnif. The debate, "Heolved, liichvllle' Temple of Knowledge ,""! f' u,n.., 'M'T V.J ,u -Man' wa clonl Thuuday and Friday of kln'1 rhan KlKtrlcity." The ncRa. Iat week. The kupcr or wurdm t.vc yon unanimouily. therein wa In Knnrm City, utti nd- Mi Karntino htadler, a trained Inj? the tatc convention of peda- ff"'"- " b"n "Hlni: on Mr. L'uuue and warden of InnUr fi.m. I-Klfer. went to vllt her parenti. pie. We heaid home famoun eelili. I..uc'la,v. Mr. and Mr. Cha. .Stad!--.1 BIGELOW AND VICINITY. rhc Moat Important Local Evenli Which Have Transpired The Pait Week, By Ceorge A. Conaway.) Mr. nnd Mr. Cha. Knowlc are In Mcridan, Kanim., this week, vlvit Intr with Mr. Knowles narent. Me. nnd Mr. Ilurirc. .Mr. and .Mr. It, K. Ilurng'nrrlved lat Saturday, afternoon from Gcr nldlne, Mont., for n few week' vlalt with Mr. Hums' narent. Mr. nnd Mr. W. C. I)odon, nnd family, east 01 iovn. I.loyd Courier I hulldlnir 11 new barn on the Henry ltlchard funil, went of town, occupied by Albert HoiiRherty. The barn I 40 by 62 feet, and when completed will ndd much to the Improvement of that farm. Lot Drown nnd on have old the pround formerly occupied by their lumber yard to Ilnrney Schoonovcr. Till I n deimbtc piece of ground, nnd we prerume Mr. Schoonovcr con template crectinir n building on the ground In the near future. Mr. S. W. Skclton, who had charire of xccurlnir nnme for the rood Conjcrvatlon In this township, ent in her report lat week. A few of the reident of the townnhlp were not cenj only fifteen refued to lRn, und taking the townhlp a n whole, the average wa very good, Indeed, Our nchool teacher returned home the latter part of lnt week from Knnrn City, more than plened with the teacher' tate meetlni;, held there lat week. Sunerintendent Skelton nnd wife had such n Rood time that they did not get home until the wee Hinii' hour Sunday mornlnR. r I,. .moo re nnu wire, wnn nave and don't get out too soon. We are told that you loat your "call' in the big city up north, and we will bet dollars to doughnuts that If you will Just take good care of yourself and take advice from the "Mrs." that you will get nlong all right without that out "gall," ana be yourseli once more In n short time. On Saturday1 last, through the ourtesv of W. L. Catron & Son. the ndie of the Kcd Cross were enabled to display the llnlshcd garment of their first consignment, the result of lligclow' first donation to the cause. hi, I regret to say, does not repre sent the hundttork of all the women of lligclow. Only a few, who proved themselves faithful worker. The knitting has been delayed, but much can he done while waiting. The iuc Hon of associating with Maitland U under dimisslon, nnd should be voiced from every woman In our midst. This would especially nfTord Holt county to be recognized, where work Is ac cepted us state instead of county do- ution. The country needs service. Our boys in the bloom of manhood and' promise have answered the call, not for nomii. adventure or military glory, but to preserve the right of men to freedem nnd pursuit of the nignest goon, siamiiiy oi nomocracy; In fart, security of the world, which I at stake, to aid In peace universal, for he who will not defend against outrage to the home, has no right to It privilege. Ask yourselves what you arc neglecting to do to give cheer nnd comfort to these dear lad upon their wnv? Where can we serve? The Mesmeric intlurncc of pure, uplifting thought Is the mainspring that leads t perfect pence, sheltered and pro t cted, we heed the call to repair the damage, conserve, ami nurse tnc wounded back to health nnd strength, If possible. That I our highest ser vice and we must work to aid the been visiting with relatives and old t.ousands nf skilled nurse who stand time friend in Osborne nnd Weather-lul the front. Women nil over the land by, Mo., for several weeks, returned re giving their time nnd strength to home the latter part of last week. Mr. n eel the demand. The service must Moore say they had n very nlrnsant visit nnd that he got hi three square meal every day he wa mvny. I). Wnrd King, the man who In vented the King road drug, of Malt land, met with n bunch of our enter iirlrlug farmer In the Hank of lligc low, last Friday aftemoojr; and ex plained the Federal Hank lmn prop osition, explaining how they should organize, and nil about securing loans, At the Sister' Hospital in St. Joseph, lust Thursday, Mis Coldie Crow wu operated on by I)r. F. K, llognn and Wallace. The many friend of Mis (!old!c will lie glnd to know the operation wa a successful one, nnd that rhc will be home In the due coursa of time. Mis Motile Stewart, who hns taken u special course in nurse training, I taking care of Miss (ioldie while she I In the hospital. a telegram received rrom the oc loyal, elflrient nnd willing. It mean some sncriHcc nf nleasure nnd convenience, and piwslbly our own sweet wills, but sen-Ice without sncrl lice I of little value. Let our ser vice be brouil, unsclllsh und Invlilg, lilg enough to iny aside personal am bition und prejudice, overlook the lit tle slight and grievance, generously Itrtuutc tnem to ttraincu ana over wrought nervou tension rather than studied and intcntlonsl l-.oartlcssness. We must be persistent, for so long us demnnd nre needed we must supply. I.ct every Individual get busy, go to work in the right spirit, Increase the band of worker so that work can ho accomplished by method a others arc doing. Answer your nation's cull with your Imml u well a your pock etbooK. Don't sit at home satisfied in knowing some one Is performing uty lliai is your own. uo noming Go to the WEST SIDE CAFE For Regular Meals and Short Orders. It will pay you. We can serve just what you want in a First-Class manner. Short Orders at nil hours Buy a Meal Ticket and save money. Fine Candies, Choice Cigars, Etc. WEST SIDE CAFE Ed Hicks, Proprietor Oregon, Mo. Tost hofllital. in Fort Silt, to Mr. J. tihrro tmtillt- uxntlmmt will rnnrluiln II. Ilennctt, one day last week, report-1 lligclow people arc hanging back ed her son, Kd, who wn recently op- among the slacker. Small, though crated on for appendicitis, as getting wo arc In number, our actions along nicely. This wn certainly good new to the Ilennctt family, and their many friends will Join them In being glad that I'A I on the rapid road to recovery. Mr. Ceo. Wrav, of Alcatraz Is land, California, who ha been vis iting with her parents, Mr. and Mr. (mo. McCoun, nnd other relative und friends, northwest of town, for sev eral weeks, left last Monday morning for her home. Her sister, Mrs. Cha. Catron, nccompunlcd her a far as St, Joteph. Mr. Wray's husband la a captain in the regular nrmy and it stationed at Alcatraz U'aml. Itev. II. F. Dorras, the new Meth odist pimtor, wa lure one day last week, from Haldwln, Kans., getting acquainted with the member of hii ciiurch, nnd upended prayer meeting fin Friday evening, llnv Wu will leild urwri at the Mcthodiit church TBn Saturday evening November 21, ire ull counted for or against. The loving sympathy for the dear ones in our neighbor town over the fate of their son in France I felt In every home. Our hearts are all right, but we lack In the earnestness of do ing. Don't forget the wonls of Kan tall Parish, "With loyal heart and willing hands may love our work en hance. For your dear lad. and my ilear lad, who arc on their way to France." (Signed) Mr. Uco. W. Courier, I'rcshicnt. Jims i-Auunu uie.vc miiiiai pyryi-cii- r' T .''. . . ''e. i v :sunn" rooming ani evening, we or the suiistltute mentioned jUjl,: " .wr.r r -5 t s JOfcepnijJth, wh-n tvr'b"'l' I Invited out whole wheat, short, cottontccd .ur. Hemic Lniweil. who ha -"t-j-'- .... . - , " nar r.im. i.ev. uorcan is a very and corn meal, been visiting her slstir. Mr. K.mtr u" -;. St. Jo- pleasing man to rr.iet, nnd we hove nil Th wheat flour substitute Jewell, nt Huckbcrry hill, on Hichviile w '' sr it wwr.tj-j doubt but that te will accomplish .Vie agricultural extension peak, for the pant summer, was agree- M V-.. ' n much cowl here. . ncommendlng arc short nml ably and wholly urpritil Monday IlS J". ''r;r,i;w1'. " rt liros. K. F. Adams, of St. Joseph.) meal. The following are two reel ufteriiumi. The elfiur was planned by ' "u tUt ' twra on and Karl Davis, of Craig, last' Sun- 1 ken from the "War llrend". cl Jlr. K. (i. Cronn and daughter. Sim ' w rwvTrj. a.ur suntnng r!av etrnir.ir began a ferles of rcvlvalilsr. Tills circular contains other will be Vnnnli. Mr. 1 rl.ii..ll ,. 11.1 . a rt.Stik the formn'. residence to assltt with -Jar.'. I. Taylor is doing xrn romo sewing. I hose w what was going to hap in i no cnurcn uitn luj their rapacity. hen bled, they went to the home of Mu. Jewell, then Mrs, Criswell wu sent for. On her arrival she wa so sur prised and amazed that she appar ent!' was speechless for a brief per iod. ,iu:r ueconnng normal ami me ho knew of " i r.v.nor o; a norn. wjic- .en, gathers ,,it of H:ehv.l.t. pr-rvr)' to nwv KU tllltll tO ""' iivra witl'n, i,M hu.l win wcupy w.e r.oawr iui oy r. Tay-vr. h havir.g purctasH an W acre farw fron tr.e aUt menlior.ej. The following pop!e vUited Mr. and Mrs. Kobt Kna!e, at "I'!eaant Mill," Sunday. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Chj. Hororcker, and son, Mr. and Mrs. tvent fully txplulncil, the contents of Hurold Onbonlunder. Miss I.vdle Ye' ,1ho well nlled ba.kcU, who.c variety ter. Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Jiarntty, vvas nearly unlimited, Trtrf tprcfid up- and son, Jllwcs Trwtna ar.il Ina Mcln en the table, where 1V.1 bunirn- inu-m tvre. Anna and Nellie Sommers. and eie patiently awuitlng to do Justice Mr. Walt Sommtr. Thanks for the In- 10 tne paiatauie repast, inone pre- vne, ou we cum not svsnv. cut ucit: .Mvsddiiies Albeit Kurtz. fr Vsvlnr rlt,l in mnk Vils nn J. H. Lark, Lew nemlserger, Jamc ptaranee, last Friday, a week ug, Iddlngs, John Ollphnnt, J. L. Weaver, through some mlsundemUndlng. How--J. K. Mclntyre, John Uahler, Kmiua -vcr. Wedncwlay evening of last week, Cropp, M. M. Mclntyre, John Stallotd, jjr. Nuylor, in company with I'rof. Herman Shanks, Matthew r caster, Cobum, Frank Pttree and Guy Cum- ChM. Femster, Christ, Lcnx, t. G. min,, arrive.) at the right place, at HuPjtr, tienry Vogcl, U Linn. thai. tho appointed time. The scribe thinks SUuller, Tom Hughes, Ham- Hughe i that ho male a splendid talk, and can Misses Louise and Luella Vogcl, Mil- heartily agree with him on all the tired Weaver, Ina Mclntyre, and the propositions that he advocuted. Mr. host. Mr. ami Mr. Jewell, und some i..t youngsters, whoso names wc did not Introductory remarks, then Mr. Naylor get. Kmanon wa present In the last ino,c on co-operation among the quarter of the fourth course. The farmers, whose capital In Holt county guests all departed to their rcspec-.waa $30,000,000, pointing out plainly tlvo homes about 4:00 o'clock, ex-. that any business concern with such pressing their regrets and saying n capital had an organization, and ood-byes to Mrs. Criswell, who Ictt workcd for each other's mutual bene "ucsday for Harrisonville, Mo., and nt, and that a form adviser would cor then contemplating spending the win-'j-cpoml to a paid secretary of such icr in awvwuu. i'i. on organization, me u. o. Kucr" Eressed their desire tp again havo.mcnt through the University ot Mis Ira. Criswell among them. Who Will ,! n,l n.lnv a rent art nf ran. S mIiuJ In Viiirh i'ni1f nml srwl:il : i . I f 1 f...H.A.. 1.111 affairs and neighborly duties. Heat and eincerest wishes go with you and forever remain with you. EMANON. rr.etUngs at Iluhcl church, west of c pe which uin. a. n ices win wgin promptly at 7:30 p. rn., and evtrh",'y ' Invit iil. There should he a full house cv- try night. lino. Adam and Davis are said to lx; excellent Sxukcrs, aic (irst-clais flible students, and if the people win attend these meeting a they should, there will no doubt ho much good accomplished by these gen tlemen In that neighborhood. .7. I - "ilmn had a nrcttv narrow (scape from being kilted last Monday, about a. m.. when he was nlow- Ing his g&rd'-n, and one of the mule he was working kicked him In tho face, blacking one eye, bruising his luce prruy immy umi oreaxing nis nose. Hail the mule been a littlo (Delayed Letter, Nov. 16.) Mis Kate Meado visited the Rich will achool. Friday. MrX G. Fink Ttalted Mr. and Mrs. X, G. Bahler, Sunday. Her. W. L. Meyer preached hi fwual inUrastinf aermon, bunday eve- ssrotker Smltk flltod tte pulpit t th Nodaway church, Sunday ere ta!lBon, niMd mad died, all in on cronn. known as the Food Survey bill. would pay $1800 n year, and the coun tv rnnrt. nml the members of the or ganization, whose membership fee Is a dollar, wouio aeiray ue expenwi. Snmo tnumsnina have made rood in securing members. Don't know Just what this one has done. Mr. James Morris, tnwnshln chairman, of the de fense committee, appointed com mittee, composed ot the zoiiowini gen tlemen, to solicit for members: James K. Taylor, nun rianmip, rf"i uuiu, IDDli 17GTI. line and beat her on hinjr, well ruN()N Tell How to Make War llrrad. Housewives who have signed tho Hoover pledgo will bo Interested In a circular Issued recently by the Uni versity of Missouri Agricultural Kx tension Kervicr. This circular dlJ closes briefly the wheat (lour substi tute that may be used effectively In conserving the supply of wheat. Some nro meal, vhlch vorkcrs I corn pen, Ircu- re- of Interest to Aoinen who nre endeavoring to com ply with the provision of tho Hoover pledge. SHOUTS nREAD. 1 cup liquid (milk or water), 1 tablespoon fat. 1 tablespoon sugar. -1 teaspoon salt. to U cako of yeast. '1 cuns shorts. 1 cup whlto flour. Mft!:t a sponge, using the white Hour. When this Is light, stir In shorts and nrocccd In tho usual man ner. Cottoikseed meal bread may be made by using the above proportions, and substituting 1 cup of cottonseed tn. rtl nml ' 411 nil ".ff'iiT" if1'. 'I'ie.c;.'.r.03 COUN MEAL AND WHKAT I1UKAD Dr. Hoiran was calleil und patched him up so that he is going to be ull right In a lew nays, uui me next time you meet him don't usk him if his good wife srave him that black eye. be cause she couldn't hit that hard. Ilro. U.W.Adsm met with a nret- tv bad accident last Monday uftcr- noon. While driving ulong the roud, running cast ami west past Uncle Joe Morris' farm, ho met a tractor engine that was making more or les noise. HI horse became frightened nnd backed his wagon to the side of the road, and in attempting to get out of the buirirv. Ilro. Adams was thrown out and the horse stepped on him, breaking one rib on the left side, fly this time tne men wun tne tractor had caught the horse, preventing fur ther damaue and Iniury to Iiro. Ad ams. Charley Morris brought Mr. Adams home in his motor car, and he will be laid up for a few days. Pretty narrow escape and Uro. Adams can shake hands with himself that the ac cident was not more serious. Word was received the first of the week announcing the safe return to his home of our old time resident and friend, A. O, Williams, who re cently underwent an operation at the Mayo hospital in Rochester. Minn. We Join hi many relatives and friends in congratulating blm on his good fort une in returning home safely. And now; Bro. A.- O.. ita up to you to be very (artful with yourself, dont wor ry about the work that is to be .done, 1 Is cup liquid (milk or water) '.ii cake compressed yeast. 1 'a teaspoons salt. 1 teaspoon sugar. 1 tablespoon fut. 1 cup corn mcul. '' cuns wheat flour. Soften the yenst In U cup of tho water. Cook the remaining 1 cups of witter, the com meal, salt, sugar unil Jut, lor twenty minutes, in u cubic boiler. Cool and add the yeast L. rixn until It double Its bulk. Make into a oaf. let rise again, and Dane. ..... n..ii-.! um ii a n,- irurmera iiuiicim oui, u, a. nartment of Agriculture, Washington, u. L'.l o Attention. Comrades, Membera of Mever Post will meet at the home of D. P. Dobyns, on Sat urday, November 24, at 2 o'clock p. m. ah comraacs are rcquesieu to no present. F. S. MORGAN. Commander. F, B. MORGAN, Adjutant For Rent Good Residence Prop erty, close to square, see so. u. saar tin. tf. Mrs. Vine Hovery, of Forest Cltv. one of the dearest of our grand old mothers, ii having the time of her lire, entertaining ner great grand son, Charles Klngsley Brant, of Sa- VMU.lMl, .lit, T, M-'V " m.v..., . Joe Williams, misses him, well bet great big pumpkin that his mamma uoes aiso. gu.gfcH-TTinv J Storage Batteries Repairing. Charging WILSON BROS. BothPhonea LAWRENCE MoFALL, Osteopathic Physician. Treats Both Acute and Chronic Diseases. Oillce Souih.asl Corner ol Square. OREGON !: MISSOURI MRS. KELLER, .Doctor of Optometry At Dr. Kearney's Oillce. Eyes Scientifically Tested. Glasses Accurately Adjusted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. (Formerly of St. Joseph,) Look After Them. VMnr nt Sentinel: Gettlnff down to business Is what the Red Cross and Red Triangle arc doing all over tne country, and our cltlrens all over the) county are doing their part nobly, Now. sir, getting (town to Dress lacas, ( uhnt till community needs to heirs our boys and girl in our own little- town or Oregon, uid it ever occur to. you that our boys nnd girls have no place of amusement that is uplifting nnd upbuilding morally and socially, during the day or nt night? Did it ever occur to you that wc have no place nt the noon hour for our boya who arc attending school here to spend that noon hour, except such . .1... , 1. 1 .1 - iL . M. liarcfl mat UlC luw luiuiun im-m gw- nir? Hut thev i?o there nml the keen crs of such place do not forbid them coming in and spending the noon hour or the evening there, and playintr. game 'forbidden to minors. This should be stopped and something else done for the boys nnd girls to help mem morally and socially, l understand they-arc not allowed to snend the noon hour or evening nt the school house, nnd therefore come to town and go where they have no business. The boy and the girls walk up ttr.d down the sidewalk In front of the school house until tho bell rings for afternoon session. Now, Mr. Ed itor, I understand there Is an unoccu pied room In the High School buihl ns. which could be fitted un for them. and could be used as a reading room nlso for the harmless social game, for them to snend the noon hour and ceilings, and the gymnasium for bas ket ball, parlor billiard, croquet and ether game, and It-would not cost very much, ami the whole community hearing the burden by taxation for school purpose, It would not cost more than a cent or two a month per person to do till, and tho benefit de rived by the children would greatly overcome the cost, tat tho churches, citizens and our school board take hold of this matter nnd do something for otr loy and girls. We arc amply able and something should be done. A CITIZKN AND TAM'AYKK. New Point. Miss Inn llotkln snent a few (lav In St. Joseph, last week. Mr. and Mr. Chus. Field left Tuesday evening for Texas. Mr. nnd Mr. C. A. Wright vis ited, Sunday, at Mr. Coffin's. A. O .Williams returned home. Sunday, from Rochester, Minn. .Mr. nnu .Mr, lurpm nucnucu teachers' meeting In Kansas last week. Ml Mabel Lent snent Saturday and Sunday with Mis Maude l.uther. Mr. and Mr. Clyde Kuhn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Shan Hard- man. Mr. Chas. Fainter, of Council f II. . .V- f- ........ I . . ....wtl. ..'lit. null", , pn;iiv immh nwi v i .- tlves here. , Mr. and Mrs. Harney Hodgln, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday at the O. V. llotkln home. Mart Graham and family visited their daughter, Mrs. Ray Allen, near Oregon, Sunday. Mrs. Augusta Glenn, of kansaa Cltv. rame one dav last week to hells care for her new grandson. . Mr. and Mrs. K. al, Uender anil daughter, Mis Gladys, spent Sunday with Mr; nnd Mr. Ralph Meyer. Mrs. Win. l.uther and two chil dren arc spending this week with her mother, Sirs, f orce, near iinmani. Tho Presbyterian Kndcuvor So ciety will glvo an oyster supper ut tho hall. Friday night, Nov. 23. Kv- rrybody Invited. urunuma mm suri-iy .iniins; her part for the Red Cros. Although she I i)2 year of tige, she ha knit three pair of socks, hemmed "4 hand kerchief and mado one hospital pil low. Lust Friday being the .15th wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mr. JcfT Springer, a few of their friends and relative gathered In nnd gave them a littlo surprise. Those attending were Mr. und Mr. Jim Welghtman, Mr. Mon Forney and family, from Mound City; Mr. and Mr. Rnbt. Ilos well and family. Mr. and Mr. Dan Drcher and fnmlly, Mrs. Geo. Adolph. Chester Springer and family, Mr. nnd Mr. Kllxn Springer, Mr. und Mrs. Perry Roswcll and little daughter, Mr. and Mr. Jeff Springer nnd fam ily. Mr. Robert Ilowcll and Mr. Kmma Springer wcro the nriio win ner In tho contest Refreshments were served at a late hour, when tho guests departed for their homes, wish ing Mr. und Mrs. Springer many mom anniversaries, TIASCOMD. Township Can Vole on Road Bond. Townships, whether or not the coun ty U under township organization, can vote bonds for road and bridgo Furposes, according to nn opinion rom tho oiTIco of tho Attorney Gen eral, mado public by 'tho State High way Department. ... Funds raised by tho sale of tow ship liond, authorized by sections 88 and 89, page 47!i,. I-aws 1917, aro handled by the county court ami tho u-nrk l ilnno under the direction of the. county highway engineer. It la How Thin People Obtain Plump Strong Ro -bust Body nfor I took tonollns iiod1 uimI In rail m 'skinny,' but now my nsms Is rhino1. I, My whola ludy It stout. Ilavs nlnl is iu. ana am icainins . i look ilka nw man," daclarad r. P. Smith, I'ltttburr, , who ium Jim nniinaa ll uno una uaau mtnt. Would you. loo. Ilka to aulrkly rut from to in to Uia. of urMMi. solid, "atav.th.r." flih, fat and muscular tluus batwaaa your skin and bonsai uon't say it can't pa dona. Try It. It I sand you fraa a SOo Daekaaa of to no il n. and ftmva what It ran A fn. ml Kvarr drucaUt la dlfDanalna a vraat daal I mnnflnl.ni fnr tli rnnntv court to of tonollna. .Ln n rWIInn In vols bonds for Mora than nan a million tliln man ami I VT:I V..i.T. ...... T woman hay (ladly mada tbU taat and that I root! purposes wncnsncr i) tonollna doaa auocaad. doaa maka thin folka voters file a petition With tho county fat aren whar. all alsa hat fallad, U .Uati'.ierk. Tho lsUO Cttntnot exceed 6 dona. No draatla dlat, ftaah craama, maa. aan, olla or amuluons, but a aloipla, barm lata horn traatmant. Cut out tka eoupoa and sand for tala Fra paxaat today. Taka tonollna wltb your maals and watch It work. Thla tart will Ull tha story. -1M BOX nu FBEI TONOUNE COUPON TM. counon. with lfta la tn a balp par rnataca, packlnt. at and to ahow sooa faJto a&Utlas holder to ona aoa paesi or tonoima rraa. Aadraaa Tha Amaricaa froprlctory Co, Boatoa, siaaa. . CHICHESTERSPILU TS "ifc2p 8 Jt mn kwa u atLtlMLAimwm.imhim i a Mlsa Emma Conrad, of Shenan doah, Iowa, is here enjoying a visit wim ner ncpnew, uuy uonru, and lanuiy. r nt tho nasessel valuation of the township, and tho bonds, bcarinjr intcrest at not exceeding 0 per cent, must become duo in not exceeding fif teen annual installments, the flrst.of which shall become due not later than wo years from date.-. o Calls Us Down. Wc mentioned in a late issue the fact that a friend out west had sent us some Irish tubers that weighed three pounds, and thought they were somo tutcrs. Now comes U C. Irvine, son of Mrs. Ann K. Irvine, of this city, who" is now In Mobile, Alabama, und president of the Tri-CounUes Can nlng Company, of that city, with somo specimens from his part of the coun try that are certainly blue ribboners a sweet potato, that weighed 11 pounds, and he saya they raise two crops a year. Some Snturna oranges -on, so delicious, that be says pro duce 600 pounds to the tree. He had a 120-tree orchard that produced thla quantity, which he sold at 50c per 100 on the tree. That section ia devylop-, ing wonderfully, and ha win gladly answer all inqulrie. i.iaaWirfsfkailkTl i-iW. ' ' . . lit '