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".n,fK ,,,:"lc n li'liicn trip t St. .loenh. .Mnml.iv. Mftt. .I'llllfn Vnnilrt'nf. ten.. fit Joseph visitor, .Monday. . "h.'y'i 'fl'v. "?'rr 'i,cnl Vri,Uxy n the Webb Kollv home. 1 A. Ilank wns In Troy, Kans., run; in miji, mis WTCK. II. I., r.veraon nml wife were St. Joseph visitor, Monday. Thomas Metrnlf. nf I',.,!.... .. visiting In our ritv, Suday. Gemge and (.eslle llurrier were in oi. josepn, last Tuesday. (Iconro lllnkln nml ulr iv.m u Joseph visitors, last Tuesday. urv. r.. r. v,ooiey ami wire mo tornMo St. Joseph, Tuesday. Klflnli llonner un, irjin.ii.ilm. business In Watson, Thursday. Chns. Sentney wns n St. Joseph business visitor Inst Wednesday. Howard Douglas was n business visitor In St. Joseph, last Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Klnier wns In Oregon, iiuvinir .icmni work none, 'i iiRiiiit James Williams nml wife spent Sunday with Kre.1 Heaver nnd wife. "Uncle'.' Wes l.unsfonl, of Ore Ron, wns visiting in our city Tuesday. I.ewls linker and Itnlph Miller were Jinunil Ulty visitors, Saturday. It. h Kverson was trntnnrting business In St. Joseph, last Wednes day. Mr. Dick, of St. Louis, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Oscnr Moure, and family. (,lui. N'nlnml shipnrd n rnr load of hogs to the St. Joseph iimtkel, .Mommy. Mrs. Albert Wnlker nnd Mrs. Sid Xnildever weie St. Jnm'tili vlaltnin. Tuesday. ! nil Lnmlors. wire nnd Tom Ijin lent were St. Jnscnh. Mo., visitors Tuesday. .Mrs. licit Vt. llnlieock Is visiting Mrs. It. C. llrownlce. nt Kansas Cllv. this week. Mrs. John SchnclTor anil Mrs. Wes Stmuil were St. Joseph visitors, Inst nouncmiay. Chns. N'oland shinned n rnr of hogs to the St. Joseph market last Wednesday. .Mrs. j. i. iiinnlngliam nml son, llnrold, were St. Joseph visitors Sat- unlay evening. J. 1). Wilson, of St. Joseph, is visiting, this week, with his niece, Mrs. K. Ilrock. Mrs. I). M. Miller nnd Mrs. Pan llahn. Sr.. were business visitors In Oregon, Monday. jesse lain nml inmny, or near Oregon, spent Sunday w ith A. J. Uin- lers nnu inmiiv. It. II. Shell eld and wife nml Win. MrDcnnont ami family motored to Coming, Sunday. The M. K. bazaar will lc held the C D. tOOX, OUT. U CUHMINI, rnslimt. Oaaaia L. I. If 00 It K. GEO. F. IEB1AN. VkrnMMt. aWi Caualar. Zook & Roecker Banking Co OBCGON. I-1 l-l l-l MtMOUBI buUlafc, tilt. Tha oMaat Uak la tna Mat, humto a eaaami Maaiac Mats, laura) aaM on Urn dapoatu. Draft sals aa all U rrlaelpal ctllaa of lha matrr aa4 Buapa, 1st ma4 spatial arraannMate ta aonatt mow au mm Mat la fbnm awiatiV Tlw aeeauata af faraara, law a at aa4 i HrUoala raapartfollr aollttu. lpUl aa tlraa to aa boats latraaUal u aa, Takaaaaa, Ma. IS. DAKIEI. ZACHHAN, rraaatav. W. PgCHULTK The Citizen's Bank OMCOM, MO. Caaltal llack aa4 tatata. tMM. ta- Traaaart a fnanl Waklaa kaat nat aaM aa aatwaiU tad Tar abaa, Drl a rriatlpal Gil las- (ioaa aada aa rroavtlj nralttea. DUrtwit-q Saekawa, PnaMaall J. A. . aanwani laaiaat Daitaw, B. F. Kocu aW . F. O-FaUaa, Tslajtaaaj Na. U. OMcii Phonn Mnln SIM Hot, I'lioaa Hutu km B. W. Tadlock, M. D. OculUt and Aurlit OlMiat ntted SJI-SMncoln RulMIInu HoienlU and FelUBts. 81. Jmcph, Mo, If you get a letter from your sol dier boy, send it to us for publication. Wo want to keep In touch with them. Knt Irnfifnn la In C T l hospital for treatment of a bad enso m diooo poisoning, wnich has affect ed ono of his hands. C. D. Zook und wlfo entertained H. Thomas and wlfo and Kmmctt inomas, wire anu children, of Mound V IMVa O n ! M.I -1 CI.. 1 l a i 1 City. Saturday and Sunday last , , , ... . iiwmiii w. IVUlinua y. is yisiung licro witn his mother, brothers and other relatives. Charlie is sun in the K. M. a., and still has his old run between Kansas City and Omaha on the K. C, St. Joseph and vi, u. nuiway. here Monday, on a business trip, nnd he managed to get to it, but it was a Job, for he was a busy fellow greet ing his friends, and they are legion here everybody Is Arthur's friends. He also devoted somo of his tlmo with his dear old mother, Save Money and See the Most When You Go to California For many years the Burlington Routes "Personally Conducted" Tourist Excursions to California have been a popular way ol crossing the continent. The cost is moderalA. anrl Ihn trip has been carefully planned so that the most interesting places are passed In daylighf. Furthermore. mrH nns nf these "Personally Conducted" oartlei Is accomninled bv ana. clallv-tralned auida. whoooM n the way with you on the trip, tak ing care oi tne little details of the journey, relieving you of many little anxieties and explaining to you all of the interesting fea tures an the way Denver, Colo rado Springs (with Pike's Peak and the Garden of Mia finds nsar. by), the Royal Gorge, scenic uoioraoo, sail Lane city, (the home of the Mormoms), and the ride through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Thn Irln I mails In Ihrmmk ... .r m vuyil Pullman tnnrlals elaanlnn V. . . wwftiiiin vaio, which are comfortably appointed but much less expensive than me regular type of Pullman. Come in and talk with mn -nr drop me a postal and I will send you an illustrated descriptive folder containing maps ana ev erything that you should know about the trip. J. T. Birming. ham, Ticket Agent, Forest City, Mo. The Pleasant Way to Travel. Dr. Willard C. Proud Post graduate of European ana American Schools Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat' Glasses accurately fitted 7th & Francis St. Joseph Mo. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI,) County of Holt. ) In the Circuit Court, February Term. mm. The Northwestern Hank, of IlurllnR ton Junction, Mo., l'lalntilf, vs. Ilila Lowcry, Defendant. At this 10th day of October, 1917, comes me niainiiu Herein, ino :sorth Missouri, ami flics its petition on J airidavit. ullcKinir, anion); other things, that defendant, Ilila I.owcry, in ni a resiucni oi me siaio ox .ma sour!. Whereupon, It Is ordered by the elerk, thai oald defendnnt bo notified by publication that plaintllT has com menced a suit againrt her In this Court to recover judgment on a ccr tnln promlory note, executed at Burlington Junction, Missouri, dated on the second day of August, 11)15, in which the defendant promised for vnluo received to pay to plaintllT, The Northwestern Dank of Uurlington Junction, Missouri, the sum of Three Hundred Dollars (300.00) on Janunry 1st, 1010, with interest thereon from August Und, 1015, at tho rate of eight per cent per annum, compound ed annually and which said noto Is signed by defendant, Ilila Lowcry. Said defendant is further notified that in aid of said suit all of her In terest, right and title in nnd to the following land has been attached, to wit: The West half of tho Northeast uarter of Section Thlrty-ono 131), ownshln Sixty-two (C2), North ltango Thirty-nine (39), West of the fifth principal meridian, and situated In tho county of Holt and stato of Missouri, and that unless tho suld de fendant. Ilila I.owcrv. ba nnd nnnenr at this Court, at tho next term there of, to bo begun and holdcn at the lourt uouro In tho Ulty or Oregon, in said County, on tho 25th day of Feb ruary next and on tho first day of sum term answer or picau 10 the pe tition in said cause, tho panic will be taken ns confessed, and judgment will bo rendered accordingly. And It is further ordered, that a copy hereof bo published, according to law, In Tho Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper puiiiisncu in tno county of Holt, four weeks successively, pub lished once a week, tho last" Insertion to bo nt least fifteen days before the first day of tho said February term of said Court. E. A. DUNHAM, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from tho record. Witness my hand and the seal of the Circuit Court of Holt County, this 19th day of October, 1917. E. A. DUNHAM, (SEAL.) Circuit Clerk. Oregon Tlr Repair Co. Vul canizing Caalnea and Tubes. Out-of- town work solicited. Old Post Office Building. second week in December. Announce ment will lie made later. Win. hnlliner and inmll nf St. ly. n Joseph, spent Sunday at the John Pet ers home, mirth nf town. Mrs. I.ida St. Clair is visiting with her daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Her bert Thayer, In St. Joseph. Win. Reynolds, of llrush College school district, was transacting uuki ness In St. Josenh. Friday. Itny Anderson and family, and .Mrs. jonn waggoner speni sniuruiiy afternoon In Mound City. Mrs. John Baker and baby arc visiting, this week, with her parents, Henry Hood and family. Mrs. II. U Kverson nnd son, Wy- lie, were visiting in hi. Josepn, Vtcd nesday night ami Thursday, Mrs. John McMullen. of Chilli rothe, Mo., is visiting with relatives and friends liere, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Combs nnd baby, Mnudie, were visiting at the AI bert Wnlker home. Sunday. Mrs. S. P. Allen and son, Master Silas, visited rrnlay with her mother, Mrs. S. T. Ilulatt, and family. Kverett Louden, of Fairfax, spent Saturday anil Sunday with his grand parents, K. Ilrock. nnd family. Mrs. Flora Wilklns. of St. Jo seph, visited several days, this week with II. II. Connell nml family. Mrs. Itena Adams, nf Sioux City, Iowa, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. A. J. Jamison, ami family. Thn Itebcknh Ixxluc. of Forett City, will give an oyster Miper nt the city nan, rriuay nigw, isov. si. John France, Sr., and wife, and John France, Jr., und wife, motored to St. Joseph in tlieir car, lucsnuy Mrs. tlenrgo Drake was visiting over Friday with tieorge's sick motii nr. Mrs. M. C. Diake. In St. Josenh. W. S. Townsend und faintly, of Kansas City, visited Inst week with their uncle, .Major uiarK, ami lamiiy, "Aunt" I.ilililo Crawford and Mrs, Sarah Wylle, of St. Joseph, attended tho burial of O. D. Chndwick. Sunday. Henry llledsoc nnd fumlly. of St. Joseph, visited Saturday and Sunday With Ills mouicr, Jirs. niiwni men unit. Rev. J. J. Cnfferty, pastor of the Catholic church hero, ncui services ai Mound City, Saturday, and here bun day. f). J. Connell and family, of Kl dorado. Kans., spent the day, Sun day, with his folks, H. II. Connell and fumlly. ... Mrs. T. P. Fltrmaurlce.Urcler nnd Miss Motoric, of St. Joseph, visited last Thursday at tho T. P. FiUmaur Ico home. . aioso ijuick. oi ivnnsus wuj, iuu.. was visiting Willi jumes iuick nnu fum v. nnd other relatives, wis ami lust week. Mrs. V. II. ilrock ami iiougnter, Doris, snent last Tuesday with her parents, Kev. J. N. Cole and wife, nt Mound City. Misses Cladys Landers and Nelllo Wilkes snent severul days last week with Itoy Wilkes and family, near Mound City. , , , Mrs. Keelev Tteovcs visited seV' cral days of this and last week with her son, Robert Reeves, and family, at St. Joseph. Claudo Wills, Ronnie Miller, Mrs. Graco Hcaslev, and baby, Ruth, and Mrs. John McMullen motored .to Chilli- cothc, Monday. E. M, St. uiair, oi st. josepn, spent a few days, this week, visiting with his father. Phlllio St. Clair, and other relatives. Ollllo n nilmlwf frnn, Iiam ntl 1 (;l the Sunday school contest nt llluff wi Miiooi nou.e, bim.lay, and repoit nn Interesting time. Mis. Kinery Kinder nnd children, f Mound City, spent several duys iln Walker, nnd family. ., T".r .V01? f5,haefrer, of the Mineirrr district, wc understand. Is veiy low w llli heart trouble. We hone . ,i nminmr, wile anil II, 11. cital' of Miss Mnrgarcl Wilson, In St. .lo.enh, a,t Thursday night. . i. iinwiiiiiir nnu wire snent several days Inst week visiting with her .laughter. Mrs. Chester vVnlron and family, at Kansas City, Mo. fax, Mo., N-lsltrd Friday with Mrs! while on their way to St. Joseph. r.T,,,' f J,.Cn"':rl'' Pnor of the f","".lt riiuren, is nxing up and mov ing Into the parsonage, recently pur chased from Mrs. P. A. lenders. ., rcvlvnl Hireling commenced nt i, ..'"'.V'. ""ool, Monday night. Kev. K I-. tooley, pastor of the Mctli ihllst ehurrh, Is holding the meeting. Mrs. (.eorge Koyston, of (irnlinm, inn .Mrs. .Sam I City, visited Inst Monday and Tues day with their cousin, Mrs. Chris Clf- iuni. Fred, VA nnd Win. llurrier left Monday morning In their rnr fur llolyoke, Colorado, where they will liMik lifter their Innd lnlere.t In tl.-t country. ,n.e Williams, of Snvnnnah, wns here several days, last week, nutting in n fiirtnirx nt il. ,i, ,..ir..... home for the Clnshy-llowo company, of that city. .M s l.llrnMli Cloplon. who was Injuml with n limken limit In the fire nt the Atlnntle hotel, Is retting nlnng leely and will lenve for her home nt jruerson, inwn, soon. S. K. Chnmlwr lm len on the irk list several ilnva llili u'..V ..1,1. Indigestion. Ills mother. Mrs. Mniy K. Chamlicrs, of Mound City, mine down. Turwlny, nml Is wnltimr on him. Mrs. Vine Hovey and daughter, Miss Ijitira, were St. Joseph visitors. rdnodav. They u-em .(.fniiihnll home by Mnster Chns. Kinsley ilnint, of Snvannnh, Mo., who will visit them. a. a. jenrey relumed to his home. Thursday evening, from the Knswnrlh hnsn Int. nf St. .In.mli when' he had undergone nn nporntinn for nn ahsress. He Is feeling much Mtcr. we nrr glad to hear. Miss Kvn Dagger, of Piirhtn, Coin., who has liecn vMting nt the 11 l.- 11 rl I , . . .. ." , . ... ,.. i.i, itiininiM. mm i. i.yonn nnnies, left Monday for Alrlilnnn. K'nim . where she will make n visit with her uncle. Dave Unity, nnd family. John llovil. nf Wlnslnw. Arlznnn. came In Thursday momlng nnd spent tne nay with his i.rnther. YA lloy.l, and family, nnd Is visiting his moth er, Mrs. Jennie lloy.l, and other rela tives, in iiregon nml tlinl vicinity. James Meyer nnd family, nf Ore gon; Mrs. H, (!. Carson, of Nnplrr; ev. incKsnn nnu inmny. nt hi. Jo seph, nnd J. T. Scott nnd wife, Med way Hoover and family, nnd Mnyd miiis, nn spent tne nay, nunnny, nt the U J. Scott home. The liny .N'oland car nnd tho Chns. Norrls car collided Sundnv nf ternnon In front of the W. K. Rlcli nrdson himWr ynrd. There wns no "ne hurt, ht n little ilnmnge wns done to each of tho cars. Ray was alone In his rnr, nml Misses Olive nnd Trnry lllcvins, Mr. and Mrs. Dnn Stockwell nnd Mr. Morris, till of Fort ixcue. were In the Morris car. The I l C. Club met nt the Mrs. Joe .Mitchell home, last 1 liursilay nf lernoon. All reported n fine time, Those present were: Mesdames J. '.vons, J. M. .Shumate, John Keeves, Henry AiKlre, Arthur cotten. Knlph Mover. II. II. SheffleM. Cecil Rlrh nrtlsnn. Chns. Frnnre nnd Joe Mitchell. The next meeting will be held nt the Mrs. Ilnlnh .Meyer home, Thurs' day nfter Thanksgiving, nnd Mrs. Ar thur Cotton will he lender. The Rebeknh District Assembly wns ncui in m. .insepn, nisi inurS' dny. Those of the lodge front her. attending were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Med' way Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hea ver. Mr. and Mrs. John Sneer. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Richardson, Mrs. lien Crouser. Mrs. Louie Stn'enp, Mrs. .1, T. Scott. Mrs. John Hibbnr.1, Miss Carrie lloirmnn, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Mary Thnrnhlll und daughter, Miss lona, Mrs. Chris tiif foi'il, Mrs. John Pi-ret. Miss Virgil Sines and Mrs. Ilrnda Sines. Mrs. Pert Moody nnd son, Dale, or st. Josepn, spent jiniuniny witn her mother, Mrs. P. A. landers, and Oscar Isaacson and family. Mr. Moody came up nn the train Sunday morning nnd Mrs. Moody and son Joined him, nnd they nil spent the day .Sunday with Mr. Moody's folks, l(. II. Alooiiy ami laniny, where n fam ily reunion wns held. Ilert Moody nnd family will leave, Monday, for Ur,l,. U' .,1, ...l,nvA tl..... . ,,MB1I,1 1111 till I r.llli, .11 make their future home. We wish them prosperity in their new home. D. It. Munkres, road overseer of II air il strict, nsslstr.l bv J. I,. And- ler, overseer of Denton district, with n number nf good roads boosters, put tho Illulr hill in the best condition It has been In for tho past twelve years thai tho rural route nas neen estati IJshcd. Tho .following fanners ns slsted: Fred Pearson. Vic Hicks. Wul ter Stnley, Kd Clark, Pat Fltzmaui ice, Willie F. Fltzniaurlce, Geo. Ilrld enbaugh, V. A. Woods, P. A. Dooley, Dalo Cason, C. C. Wright nnd the overseers, D. R. Munkers and J. L. Andlcr, DELrilEUS. o How to Banish Hairs (From the Beauty News.) Uclv hntry growths can be removed In tha privacy of your own home if you get a small original package of mcdol and mix Into a paste enough of the powder and water to cover the hairy surface. This should be left on tno skin about 2 minutes, then re moved and tho skin washed, and every trace of hair will have vanished. No harm or Inconvenience can result from this treatment, but be lure you buy real medol. which is inexpensive. Malt orders filled by American Fro prietory Co., Boston, Mass, Administrator's Notice. Notice li hereby given, Hint Letters of Administration on tho Kstate of Marlon Lumley, deceased, were grant ed to the undersigned on tho 9th day nf November, 191", by the Probato Court of Holt County, Missouri. All persons having clnims ngnlnst said estate nro rciuircd to exhibit them for a'lownnrc to the Administrator wlth n six months after tho date of grant ing of sold Letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of said Es tate: nnd if such rlnlmi )u nnl in hibited within ono year from the .Into of granting said Utters they shall ba forever barred. Fill. I) IIUIJIIKS, Administrator. Attest: HARRY M. DUNCAN. .TllitfTA nf lln.li.lii First Publication, Nov. 10, 1917. o Administrator's Notice. Notice Is hereby irlven Hint Mm of administration on the estato of Adclbert llridgcs, deceased, wcro cranted to the undername,! nn hn "Cik .lay of October, 1917, by the Probato Court of Holt County, Missouri. All persons having clnims against said estate nro required to exhibit them for nllownnco to the Administrator within six months after the date of granting of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of said estate: nnd If such claims bo not ex hibited within one year from tho data of granting said letters, they shall bo lurcver onrren. Urst publication, November 2,1917. II. II. CHANni.KII. Attest! Administrator. . Harry M. Dungan, (Seal.) Probato Judge. DANDRUFF QUICKLY STOPPED Thr I. ontr on to cur dandruff ml that la to VIII lli rm. Ttitr It only nn hair rmmratlon that will VIII lha (arm and thai li MIMmllna l.r Hmrtr. This unu.ual hair rmtortr lth 111 rarorj of tluuunJa of rurta lll (row hair on anr hra.l hra th.r la anr Ufa l.fti It euro dandruff, alora falllna; hair and I It Mm of tho acatp In thrt wVa or your xnftnty back. It It th moat plraaant and tMtforaUna' tonlr, la not atliVj or (rtaar and ta aa4 tUnilnolf tr ladlas of rafln.mant mho it Ir to hata and to Vtp thai hair aofu lu.trout and luaurlant. Your druf.l.t I. Mlllng Hlldndlna Hair lt.inf.lr on a pwltlra amaraatM to nnunai dandruff or monaf rafundad at 14 and 1 1.0 a belli. OuUir-town tuiUaaar tuccllad b PETREE BROS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office fli-nt door wrnt orCitlzmiH llHiik. OKIHION. MlMHOUItl. Administrator's Notice. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration on tho estate of Orrln J. Shutts, deceased, were grant ed to tho undersigned on the 23d day of October, 1917, by tho Probata Court of Holt County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estato nro required to exhibit them for nllowanco to tho administrator, within six months after the dato of granting of said letters, or they may bo precluded from any benefit of said estate: nnd if such claims be not ex hibited within ono year from the data of granting raid letters, they (hall be forever barred. G. W. CUMMINS, Attest: Administrator, Harry M. Dungan, t (Seal.) Probato Judge. Home Phone, 87. Mutual, 104 EMMA BLACK Osteopathic Physician. All diseases treated by Osteopathic methods. Ofllr First H.aldrnc Waat Of Moor & Krack'a Slur OREGON, MISSOURI. I have equipped a new charging system, and am now able to charge your batteries and repair them at any time. Will give prompt service. J. W. HUNTSMAN, Located at Auto Sales Co. J. C. WHITMER, IDElsTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side ef Square, Both Phones. BERT 6, PIERCE DENTIST, Oregon, Mo. Phones, Old 91. Mutual 43. The New Point Prcsbvterlan . E. will give an oyster and plo social, Friday night, of this week, Nov. 23. Everybody invited.