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o3D YEAR. teiti OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, EEKRUARY 22, 1918. NUMBER 43. fltOHATt: COURT MATTERS. h Judge Dungsn Dispose of Number of Cases Many Continuance Granted. JuiIrc Dungnn, of our Probate Court, hal a largo February docket, hut so many In charge of estates from nc cause and another could not Ret ready, go he granted these continu ances until Monday, Kelirunry 25. Hcrthn Crnmer, guardian of William K. Crnmer, nn Incompetent, made her necond settlement, showing a lialnncc of $1,748.7:1. An appropriation wns made for the rare and maintenance of the until. James A. William, on guardian of James T. Hughes, made hii final set tlenent, showing n lialnncc of J87G.70. Ills wnnl reaching hln majority, the cuiinllnn was dlrclinrircd. The court nnmiil A. J. Vnndevcnter ns guanllnn of Ralph Vnndevcnter. J. C. Patterson, executor of the Jiilm Lewis eslnto. fded his M'Vrnth svltlcment, showing a balance due of 3I,4,.Mi9. A partial iiistriiiuunn wns ordered iiinilc to Finnm llnhcock. Mnry Annie llmkebill, lloatlc J. Mnthews, Florence II. Dobbins, Katie M. llrown. Lydin J. Lewis', Susie M. I.cwis, nnd to Murrel, Perry, Cecil nnd Imuran An derson. Juincn I!. Drnnnont, rurntnr of Ray Miller, n minor, llled his thirteenth Reltlcment: lialnncc . $2.!Ml.:i:i. Oliver (.. Gnmlhnrt, hi chaige nf the tnto nf John A. Gnndlinrt. made lil.i first settlement, showing a Imlnnce In his hand of $111.25. An Inventory and approvement was filed In the entitle of the lute l'l anklhi Jt. Cooner. Lincoln A. Hunt, In charge of the Fetor Riley estate, maile hln elcvcnui ittlemetit; Imlnnce, $9,279.0.1. I.. 1. Moure, executor of the Tlicreia fipoerlle estate, In- liln retlltiucht, rhowiil n lialnnce of $I89.IW. In the estate of I'.llru M. Slcrretl, deceased, L. I. Mome, In chnige, slum l it halanre of $.'1,085 in his seventh annual rctllenicnt. A. Vunllurklik, executor In rhatge of the Mary I'. Wilson i-rtato, llled liln final settlement, showing a h.ilnnei' of $'9I.0, which unit ordered dlrtrlh ited nnd the executor dlrrlinrged. In the estate of Min. Auhrey No land, a collntcrnl Inheritance tux hear ing wu hud, nnd the Hum of $110.1.", was assessed ngnlnrt the ertnte. A hnhincc of $2,'ll!t wns rltnwn tn he due the Murkt Ik-Iit. an per sixth settlement filed hy the guardian, m, V. Mntkt. George V. Illnkte made his final ncttlcmcnl in the urnn Iwymnn id tale, which showed a Imlnnce of J J.1 fi 17.00. An oiiler nf dbdrilmtldii was made to W. I'. Twyman, Maiy Stew nrt, Homer Twynmn, Laura Shepherd, Cnrmal, C. K.. Ira Twymnn; Daisy Quail; Mollle, Florence, 1 1 attic, Vein Luther and Kay Stewart. The udinln 31 rotor wiik' discharged. Augusta II. Rnwlett, guardian of Rachel Rowlett, and other minors, mndo her first settlement, showing u balance of $2,178.2.1. W. T. Crews, administrator of the llcnry Viet estate, closed up the nr fairs of tint rotate hv making his final jicttlcment, which shewed n balance of $8,5.'i:i.2l, and distribution wns onloi l mndu to Minnie Ideker, Tilllu Oh lenschlcn. Ida Ideker. I.ydoa Drcwcs. Mollle Calhruith, executor of tha Cutherine Gnlhralth. deceased, estate. made her llrst settlement, showing a lialanco duo tho executor. Guardian of Hrynn Naumnn. made his final settlement; balance due his ward, 100.49. W. T. Crews, guardian of John Louis (iomcl, made his final settlement; uui anco due his ward. $ir:i.99. C. C. Catron, guardian of the Catron Jiclrs, tiled his tuvenlh BClllcineni; tiai ance. tl.725.00. William Kuhler. executor of the es talc of William Kuhler. deceased, filed his tint settlement; balance duo tho executor. S293. Mary Whipple, as guardian of the Whipple minor heirs, llled her fourth settlement; uaianco uue mo wnrus, SI. 102. (Juy Jones, as executor of the es tate of Henry Jones, deceased, closed tho affairs of tho estate by filing his final settlement, showing a balance of 912,403. An order of distribution was made to Julia Jones, widow; Guy w 1 W I t T , joncs, juno uruntuu, juum iubii, Darrell Schoonover; the executor was ordered discharged. Court adjourned to February Next regular term wilt be held May 13. Death of Mrs. Ann K. Irvine. In the tinsslnc nwav of Mrs. Ann K. Irvine, which occurred at n Kansas City hospital, Thursday of last week, renruary ii. hup, mere goes to me great beyond a woman who In her prime was one of the strongest nnd forceful Intellectual diameters of our county, nnd conspicuous ns one of the enriy nay ncivocates or woman suf frage. Slip was In Inllmnte touch with such characters n. Kllznhcth Cody Stniiton, Susan II. Anthony and I'hoebe Cousins. She was free front the whirl of society, nml preferred to live the quiet unpretentious life, giving her pare time to her lilirarv and help in nnuldlnif clinnictcr. nnd Imlldlni? fur the day that wnmnn might have nn Miiai snow in ure'n struggles with ninn. l.iMikliur to this end. she tneethrr with Mrs. Annn llatcheller, Anna Me- y, .neivlnn oper, .Mnry Curry nnd L;ivlro llnxllKck. oreiiiil.'etl the W. man' Union In (Ids city, on January d. 1M72, nnd thus enme Into existence he llrst wonnnV eluh ergnnireil In the state o, Mi.s.ntri. With the ilenth "f Mrs. Irvine nil these rharter mem-' ktm have crosM-il the ell re ph. Mio wn n force and power In her nml, uiiii i"mi-iv run iiuiliuaill ,. y t.. MK.iiiif.iiMii, (iin-i in-tiny yenriii.i,, .......-, rrtl... ,if ..vl.in,.-,. ' ' llii.-l.mmet Knins ' I lik I, ..I.. I. M. br Uiilfll, I A t-Cent Stamp Placed Here. Will Send This Taper To One of Our Soldiers In France. WHAT Till: HOAIW COST. ers have crosM-,1 the gnat RKer of . . " , MinVe 4W "-: Ife. with the evecplhm of Mrs. Hatch. .7"';,,V KuLu ' ' ' m"v kMr. who Is now residing In St. Jo-.'iirreH ! ! Uul The Various Overseers Make Annus! .Settlements With the County Clerk. At the February term of our coun ty court the overseers of the county made their nnnunl settlements, nnd It will he noticed thnt their expenditures were greater than they were for many yenrs. This was due to the fact that they had 16c on the $100 valuation grenter than nny previous year, owing to the 25c levy for special rond nnd bridge fund lielng In their hands with which to make their roads. The totals show thnt the sum of $2i;.1.f)0 wns placed to the credit of the various rood districts, while the expenditures reached the sum of $i:i,.ri7tUi1, lcn lug a gross Imlnnce to the credit of the various districts of $7,717.41. It will be seen that district No. t), Hnunet Ideker, ovorrivr, had ?i!()7.2l with which to l business, hut he only expended $lll.'.i.i. John llnll, of dis trict No. 24, only expended $92.81 of his flu'.MU. I list. Receipts a-J. II. Hulls . . . .$:i8.V.'.1 4!on Ham .... H9:l,9! :- Harry Rowland. :UIS.72 it Harry Rowland. 4:17.72 7 -Fred Conk .... 22I.2.S S-W. I). Diinnlhoii. 4i;:i.i"l ! -I minet Idiker. . I107.JI I'l -Fnil W. Cook. 24S.;.2 II -Inn. A. Springer 2..Wi8 .1 in IS Dan Sliunkweller 2L'8.7r 19 Win. McKiilglil. H27.0.I wnv nmiitiir llm ti'in.tn, ..i.l tn..l .i.urt f ..r clt?. and the IMiKirv it tiaiM''"!-riH-lety. ij tnhte for tlir. higher lltern- r..;;".!:1,V.Vn " " tinv nnd history win hi Infulcnt.d r,:. V-, . 1 1 k.'-r" that Its sowlni? ns ever limiieht Lf.,,.,1 r-.,,,,"!.l .!' ker. 1 tllltl. III1U .... Her hoine wns the rnllyliig point 'J , JVV,:,' ' uiu Mopping pinre ror the proinineut 1 ,, :,' C advocate ..f rtiirroge In tl tirly .:.": )) m.l . g''- davs. and she hud the honor of enter- ".H" K?v-, mining Kliznheth Cady Stanton, who'.1 '.'J; V. " ' lectuiid herv in Ihveinber. IS7.'.; Su- '. ; '.''Yf' l '..i- l.w.i. n i- t J., i i..,. "V": 'r' "":', .vrr'-, . uv.- i. a. D..dg ir ii Mi'iKfiiim rut' ii I'll ni'i iiinrpi ... . I.. Ii. w full.,...- ii" -i rniiK Meein the morsel to the Weary Willie who j1, T 'v,!',. r" ruvein ii that way. She was ever .7. ..." . ' ready to help the )(iung student, and J? '.l her extensive I briny ur ever openl J , "l , J lo them, and wns ever ready to InyMlHr ' 1 1' r''; ' nslde her liook or paper that she might ' u',i,S;.; aid them. She was t.n ardent rup-l Jj-f,1" ! J porter of our rehool system and idoiHl. Ir. , v !iT,V .y her runs I-eigh, Cliue nnd UuU.I I? ''' helnlng thrniieh the old wl,aol."i '''P.H'I in vinre iionner. nn the hill.' A womnn of brains, whose Intellect utility and personality wim most mnik supporteil by n will power Hint was lorreiui nnil nn inllrmitlcH of ng Xiit.lK 2II.N"i :i2s.r,s HiT-'io l.v.i.H) 291.711 4117.01 414.21 I97.dll J'.'O.lll 1. '2..VI 2. 'i7.SS :i79.(!2 2H2.W1 2i'.li.'i :107.MI 20S.n:i :nr,.n ra'i.s; hii.mi it ;i22.:is 17ll.dK 2(i9.rt."i :i7ii.rio 29.M.()."i 192.47 28.l.7r. 2oi.:i2 W-W. I- Reynold. Hlrt.fi. M Midway Hoover.2l7.i:i M Fnil K. Mnrkt .. r,90.07 I miresslv As tl.elr,r,-M- 'ntw. .. . :i22.r,7 1. ere'.; 'upon he he'pff-'W "l - 'S! vvim n:iifil lirr In clor'e touch with the cum-nt events K"if. jr'ttSff " 5iJ of the times, and was ever ready lolfcVfr S.'J, . sii'lH innverre on there with wonderful In-. ',' -J, N ?T ."r,,, telllgence III J no. Mariner. .. 29, .09 Ann Knlurn Johnson was born In Si!1,,Jorl 3 Tr!?"'!! ii...l..iii i.ii.. c ...i. Mill San Ouirk .... Inl.24 A Busy Set. Oregon has a splendid lot of fel lows that handle tho mail over tho several routes out of this city. They all see mto be in a good humor, and are ever ready to extend a courtesy, and accommodate their natronB in whatever way they can, and keep within the postal laws. During the month of January, 1918, theso Ave carriers handled a total of 45,867 pieces of mail, distributed to the va rious routes, as follows; Delivered. Col. Total Itouto 1 10.504 839 11.343 Route 2 11,723 783 12,600 Route 3 8,565 594 0,159 Route 4 6.809 631 6340 Route 6 6,936 683 6,519 42,537 3,330 45,867 Routo 1 John J. Lukens, carrier. Itouto 2 Link Shafer, carrier. Routo 3 Wm. Carroll, carrier. Routo 4 Geo. Schulte, carrier. Route 6 Frank Graham, carrier, n Dr. Hogan reports tho birth of n aon to Mr. nnd Mrs. Will ShailTer, of Nodaway township, f curuary o. litem!: IKin, and died Fehninrv 14. 191 S. aged 81 yenrs, 4 months and 15 dnyj. She was the daughter nf Dudley I). ami i.nrn jonnsnn. hip iiimiiy mwil to Omnhn. Nebraska, when it wns but a pioneer village, nnd her father be came conspicuous in the early politi cal life of that state. Here the de l-cured spent her eurly life, nnd was educated at the Sacred Heart convent In M. Joseph. Sho became the wife of tho late Col. Clarke Irvine in 1H.VJ, and the couple nt once came to Oregon, where her husband practiced law, and newspaper etiuor, who ineii nere ftepiemoer i., 1907. Here Mrs. Irvlno has resided continuously, occupying the old home stead since IBOU. Mio is survived by three sons, Leigh II. and Clare w.. who arc re siding In California, and Louis C, of Monue, Aiatiama. The two roimer were not able to be prorcnt ut the luncrai, uui inc inner was here at his mother's bedside, and with the aid of her sister, India L. Trice, and her brother, Douglas Johnson, cared for her until It was found necessary for her removal to a hospital. Together with this brother anil sister, she is ulso survived by a sister, Mrs. Ada Kelley, of Helena, Montana, six grand children and one great grand child, a number of nieces nnd nephews. The body was brought to this city on Friday last, 15th Inst, and tho fun eral services were held from the old home, Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Johnson, of the Evangelical church, the interment being in Maple urove cemetery Desino ner nusuand I R. I.. Moore.... Oa J. A. Milne .... (Ill IVter H. Rnlrer. 71'. I Stout . . . fiR Jim. Rhodes . . . I I- R llcckor . . . (1 Chas. Yandnll . . (). . .Simmons. , 3 (S. N. Adams . . . 4 W. Fltxmnurlcc. 2:l4.8.t Chas. J, Mcminn nr,r.l).i Stallion Registry Law. Tho office of tho "Missouri Stallion Registry Hoard' has been established at Columbia, and all publishers and job printers are requested to notify an local owners or siaiuons or tne necessity of registering same with the state, making application to the Hoard at Columbia. Registration must be perfected before advertising, or print ing posters, this year, under penalty oi tno new law. Had a Good Sale. The Joe Murray sale, on Friday last, brought a large crowd of buyers, ami it proved satisfactory to Mr. Murray, the total reaching siiuu. iiuvers from Skldmore, Craig. Corning and Andrew county were here ana took homo some of his hogs and mules. Ills mules averaged $354 a span, and some of tho sows brought as high as $67. Ho sold 49 head of mules and 31 brood sows. . 180.75 1TU9 I07.SKI 201.92 171.28 ;:in.:u :i 17.00 6fi2.95 :i ifi.u lixpend. $IH0.87 :utf 22!.lM 2M.7f. 12K.4- 206.01! ik:i.;.i J4TI.1A :u2.(io 219.00 174.5 190.2:1 :io7 257.99 20:1.2.1 220.20 2io.no 92.M 2.7.!fi 211.95 2MX00 IM.9) 2IIXIH 200.118 207.49 I2IUI2 120.75 I9I.IU 115.70 221. till 424.00 212.50 2S8.92 6 205. II 112 I I 111 lhC...VI 140.7 i 2:17.10 175.911; 27:1.10 onvTi i:i7.od 102.2.-) 128.NI :i7:i.ii iur.:t!i 11:1.50 :i2:i.4i 190.12 615.20 247.:i'l 208.78 618.18 ' 1 - T 1 Hu .' MR. AND MRS, W It. DellOIID 1'ARMKRS TO TALK HOGS. 'Ill I M It (illl.Dr.N WRDIIINC. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllli.im II. Id Herd Hi ilirate 'ilnlr .'tllh Annlvir-.ir). Ke'.lutM io. it MViir tn I1!!' i" i- paner- tn lime 'In- Imiii r nr pub Irlntig t!ie event nf n gnlilen wiilding nnnl- vef,nr. -1I1 "1. Hint nf Mr. nml Mi '. W. II. HMIonl. wlm IiiiVp livi-,1 in this i.iidrt fit, a number nf ealr. Tim tv.n gnnil people bavp been know 11 l-inger to mort nf the Mnltlnud people than they have to the wilier but not any Ir-ttei. and we. tngetlier with In minirralile friends extend gleetlng of the da. W1111N can nut tell how neuh we niinviate there rplemlid I Stale Man tn licu Feeding and Ilia 1.1 to I Ratio. The hog meeting held at Oregon earlier In the winter was of sulTirlent I interest to warrant the state and tho U. S. Department nf Agricultural I sending a prnctleal hog man hack to this lilnce to co further Into tho hoir sltiintlon with the farmer. 1 he meeting will lie held nt Oregon on Thtirsdny, February 28, nt 2:00 p. m. 1 he sncnKcr win uiscuss with the farmers the application of the 13 to II ratio ns llxed hv the I-oml Admin istration. He will also tnlk feeding and management of hogs nnd will be (flml to visit 11 few farms In the local ity with the view of establishng n few Iieinnn.'iratlim hug rarms. on thew forms the feeding nnd management will In- done in ro-onerntlen with the College of Agriculture and the U. S. Denartment or ,ir culture. Thee I farms will be llmltiil in number nnd 1 1 ..hi 1 1.. ... ,1 , f .11 t . ii'iiri'inii iirum mil ih- iinuu- ii, ineri: barge nf the 11M hnme farm: Mir.l r...... , 11 ...i. 1... 'art Kllintt. nf Nodaway enmity, nml Liu... n'ri n,. ..1.11- r.,L. will be called in to note the results Mark, also of Nodaway rnutitv. ine out .eminei rends lis Kiiii ii nnd .I!reus4 fust hand their hog proh- ",--"r :,: :, lems. ...ping yie , ay live ii. e i.roi.Miieir u,.ry llt.r,.Kt,., ,K!, nnil ' '"' 1 "ire reeling siiniiii niiemi this mcet- -. . inffi ti( ,pcVer will be W. II. Rusk, America in the HkIiI. coiumnin, .Mlrsntiri. America is now in the light. The lellnlte niiiniiiliremeiit Is made that nl 1'ilor nf lirraine, maii-rt tieimaii I'imhI Ailiiilnl-lralliin. 1'iion the women of the nation dc .. I ritiiiy anil covering ine heart in ,,,! ,, ,.,,rrv,.m.'in of the reguln- ,.-. ,, .., ;.- (, rr ,K oinirvnllin or riMnl. lean hn.ip.. fully equipped fur ilefeii- ,Klt w . n ,)Vrr llu, nn, .., ,,.,.ri..- ..uiiii..-. .1 .r ,v patriotically iv-udju.tliig tliem- known that the American hnvp been tnilmil b liih I lenrb and llritMi of. ele tn the new iiietlniils they am timlm,; tieresriir) tn employ in order j.;;:... m,d nw Al,,.V.I..Ili..t,,.n-:,K' ifrta 111 e the iiinalmler nf their life Williim It. IVR011I nnd Cnnlelln Hale- ui-ie I.0111 nnd ral-eil in Pool I.l einiii'). llllniii-.. and 1111 l-'i binni y 11. IHii-.. th,- wi-ip united In iimrringi' nt I'ri lei-vllle, I'llnois. Tin llviil 011 11 fiimi mnr I'rinee ille. until . t'-li-r. 'C'.i. when Mr. )--lnil bollivlng that n new cnuntiy of f nil a Kinder p .i-iliility for a young Man than bis nnti, he Malted wist In . 111:011 lend in inmpany with thne .dhi-r mi a nboiit his own nge. Wln-n lie left. Ids fnl,i-r lold liim he had a -o'lrln minewliele III N'nlthwert Mo bil! he did lint know enetty where. Tliey drove tn Ablli-'e. Knns.. and nut this war wlileh liar divi'lniieil. It I nlni kiinwu that they have been often under lire. i-in ln-liin1 they Wi-ie In- trurti'd with full charge nf n w-i-tor. I,ji. to inVorve nn- two wi-entli-rs days and one meat- ess day each week, bi-rliler one wheat- ii-til and one ineat'ess inenl each 'I In- iinii-Miiiieini nt of iiiisltion was lint umili- until then- win overwhelming proof that the dermaiis already itnev: when the Amerii'iins Wi-ie, nnd it is ii-porl ih 1 tin- American nvtnr will re ivive rpivlal ntteutinn from the tier loans. It is iiii'rinneil that nil imisi- )' pn 1 nuliiiii. Ii.im- been taken against tin- t,ermati gaining military ailvnutage thinugli mussing their foi ces ngalnsl tile Auielleans. ArriH'lllleil I'lers mail cnllerpnllil' etui- or .lnuuai 19 reveals the pur- ri.e win ii-iiV mni-aslnes have fun1- reen the ilnneiillles their reader would have in ir-nl.lurtlng their kitchen nr- angeiuentr. and me running rliecinl Ii part' entr. ili'Vnting revral p.'iges each Issue, which are tilled with sen- slide and chYctlvi' suggest Inns and rn-i-ipes. i:ery womnn will liiul tho meatless and wln-ath'ss meals a pleas- no In In-rrelf and her faniily. If she will study carefully these suggestions and recipes. mere is a patilntle duty every' wo- 1 -Hi iiiiii- 11, 4111111 1-. iiiiii... iiiiii 11111 r .1... . ..1... .i...tui liking the cnuntiy there, thet came ., . .J. .1' . .1. .. . . , " Wl,,,".,, lemeinner. and tnni is to 1.15 rillnim... Mi... where they slopped lor f ,. ' ,-" Lu ,; i wUbout 1 1 ''"'.i '!" " . 'r "i'lglilirs the new 5.H ninethlng to eat. On learning their 7.?.V,.i ' f'"'""! valuable. We, 0.74 names they were told that n ninn h 11' .. '... 1 .. .. ... . i.V.. . 1 . 1 .1. w,,u."' ,M' nia,.n,n,,J W "ryo.ii would 1.50 the iinme nf Dellord liil four mllen .. ,f 1 i. r',r , , -,, .1 t. lalllV- I 1 .'l"Uyi . """ . A,'i,,ln 1" .'..-.(I nnrtli of Flllnmre. They drove nut tn ttj. J 1 "l 1 ,' ,7, " ,. u'J. I ... ' V,?"r"' ' fwhrhlp or to llie ,d- 19.00'Mr. DellonlV and found hfm to he the ' "' ,". ;,, by A erlcnV own 11 II- ii . 1 ," 1 l"',"'r ' l, t "T? HVJOfcolirln who lived in Northwest MU- 1.1. - . V.LV ' 11?.. . L. . .fi... J 1 ..V.V. ,mv' o'pecliilly successful. 7.75 sourl. Mr. Dellord rented n fu.m near ,V,m 220.C.I his cousin's farm, and In November. ,V. ; ,,,, f we niav m-ce t the T """r ""mans nnnie 40.',;:S Mrs. Dellonl and nne child came In n'Zranees . e ! a? fi l l Co.npaiilnn: M ,, 1.1... i ,. Ii.uhi- nl.,-,,, """urniuis 111 jii n nil) iwim r mm Mu f 11 let' im-s may Im altered by TTTo the- led! it ' . hen. evea M Ti"?.. t ft lXT ".MlUltlng t'ege.able ..II for hutte?, Total ..$21,32:1.60 $i:i ,5711.011 1 loll eiiuuty, when- they have res did r..... 1.. 1.' 1.. evi-r sinri'. 1 1 tinny be iimiI In the place of whllo I it, nr t'noking In deep fats should be omit- Klght children came to bless their . .....i'. "' L....i..... .' . 1.... tZ ""u.r-. ' . .... ... . . ilinui ii iin in iiiiiir 111a ik nr 111 iiin'i 1 .mne.six nr wiinni nre still living. Mr. , . Allri... ,. ,.,.,, ,,, ,. ,,.,,. .... '7 5 V ':' .. :.' "'" '7. '"! - ILilIitlll .1.1. ..1 1 , i.iill.ill. .Iiifin.. II 1 . . ..... ' .... . 1 I l"l I l-l-l ll.r I llll-! lllll. III! (Ill rlvll Wm- iii f,i iv iMini V '""""".,, , '.",,. ":;" 111 in iiread eiiunbs which hnve lieen 1 . ..; -... . " "' I"';." " " ' mell.-il with iine.fourlh amount of Abm.t wentV.twn yenrs a,m thev 'S.,L K" "n1? i. ! m'Hl H "y bo baked in tho ment should Ijimb and 1 poik only iiinved tn Mnltl.ind. nnd since that vvth heavy intlilery and abundant ".'...ii..,. , lu.nit i t I.-m of m time Mr. Dellord has been nne of our !immiinltlnii nml thev have adeuunie 1 f,lnl""r lul"i"t'" active business men a nniunuinii nnu un mm iniiipmu , p.pn,,,, m H.rVed. octut business men. inlr forces. ... ..teal should not b-used, nn,! It Is the Golden Wedding Day, ti. innunaie. o naiini- 1 :n- The people sing, the jiiK.ple say The nnrlent bridegroom and tho bride Smiling contented and reiene, upon the lillthe bewildering scene, eer coninience 11 us ,,y t(,sl, whn rnU(, ,,,. ,mn;mill ,1C . 1 ,. 1 .1 . .! 1 '" iiiiiiii-i iiiiiiiiiiii nt America has Mildiem in Funic I'akes nnd pies rhinild he forgotten ill there is weigni .1 nu.ni.ers. nnu , , w,- of ,p ,vur cxfr ,t fur the country Ix pleased to know that lm 0(.rl,(ion Indulgence, nnd thi'n uso coastwise vessels and vessels that hnve wmlP , ,,, rnlt f , been engaged In trade with neutral (SMK,.rM,.BI. Wnfers and nluin cakes. ..-uiiin.r. ..in ii ..n... 1 win-ill siintlluti'S can lie useil and A Pleasant Occasion. The ladles of the New Point Pies- yterinn church gave a reception to fnht counles of the younger murrled leopie or tno cnurcn, at mo countiy lome of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Wil liams, on Tuesday night. February 12. Some of there were Just recently mnr rled nnd others had been married for several years, but were Included among the younger set. 1 ne list inciuuen tun louowing; jonn rruiswaicr ami wiie, Fred Davis and wife. Charles Glenn and wife, Dr. Iconnrd Ilotkln and wife, Joe Prnlsw-atcr and wife, Orn lloswcll and wire, Albert llcnder and wife and Harold Kunkel and wife. Of the eight couples seven of them were united in marriage hy tho present pastor of the church, Rev. Roberts. 1ICII .HU I. I.IKG IIUIIIUVI IlirPVIIV men, women nnd children and they all entered heartily into the spirit of the occasion nnd did their bit to make the entertainment a success. A Phon ograph and piano furnished tho music 10 tno nc ent or an. nut, csnec in iy the younger people, Tho guests of honor were lined up In a row uround the room ana tho peopio passed niong and gave them tho right hand of wel come and extended their good wishes for their continued happiness. And, would you believe It, Ilumett Illlley and wife tried to palm themselves oif as the newest newly weds and took their nlace at tho vcrv foot of tho lino. nut uumett idt ma wig at home, ami his bald pate gave mm away, Dalntv refreshments were served and much merriment was occasioned by a tastily decorated Hoover cake Dride's cbko maue 01 corn meai, corn cobs, husks and other like materials. It is sale to say no one asxca ror a second helnlng. At a late hour tho company broke up and left for their nomcs wun me reeling mai 11 was rood to be there. Many manics are due to Air. ana Mrs, Williams for opening up their house for the party, and their efforts to see that all hod a good time. Also the ladies who furnished ice cream and cakes deserve their full share of praise. U. iiennn . wen picuscd on every side ..r r.-eiir..rcenii-nls lo our troops 111 holiry ,. ,,, f sweetening an Their forms and features multiplied, I-ranee, it is now. more vividly than .,.'UK lm,pp U(fl. ,,m moMw.s. ic. Ah the rellecllon of n light wvr "ur wnr11n,1' moment or 1,,,-h should not be used unless niude of Iletween two burnished mirrors u"n.?".rL.1'! "L.i 1,0 cunMcT"1 maple sugar or honey. k'lenni. Or lamps upon a bridge nt night Till the long vista endless seems, Mnltlund Herald, Feb. 14, 1918, nn unpunlonablo crime, And how- is this from the Modem Prlscllla for a meatless dish: Mock Sausage; Soak half cun of row Lima beans over night; boll in Circuit Court. The February term of our circuit Lame water until soft; drain and force COUlt will convene Monday of next tlirnnirli pnluniler' rnmhlnn nne.Hilnl Mr. Dellonl and wife for nenrlv nil week. Kelirunry 25. and Clerk Dunham run nf bnmil eriiinlm. tlir,... tnhlomuuin. years have lieen residents of Holt hus issued the docket. Tho stnto has Lf cooking oil, and ono egg with the county, and have won their pluco In 35 cases, 13 of which nru parole, und benn pulp. Season with one-eighth mi in-urui in 1111 wno nuve 1110 pienn-,-. uro in iiiim.viihih.-uub iimiuiuu teaspoon 01 pepper, ono-tnurui lea- 1 ne jury drawn uy 1110 coumy iiiuii unoou or ru t. and ono-half teaspoon ut the January term Is composed oruUKP, Form Into sausage and bake in tho following; oven us directed for croquettes. (Roll ingi'iuw t,uni nii.uii. 1 in nreodcrumiis mixed witn moiieu llenton lien Shnlfer, J. L. Andlor, fat) Churhw Morse, (1. II. Ollls. Study the mugaiincs and plan your Clay Joseph Henr'. A. h. Sturgcs, I meals u day ahead, and you will en- r.u uiuuuii. . 1 joy your meatless and wneaiiess aays, l-oroes 1. i. iiiiun-, i. n. wwi. KOOU ADJllNItil KATIUN. l-oresi j. A. l.casu, 11, 11. icrnunv, " .K,"rcpJ ,. WJFii r A Cencruus GUI IA,'n(D ll II IIVHUIVII V J Wll .. ...... . . . Cook. Levi Schulte. . u Irvine, or .Mobile, Ala., who uro of knowing them. Ho wns born in Peorln county, Illi nois, April 27, 1845, where ho grew to manhood. On the breaking out of tho Civil War, he answered his country's call by enlisting In Co. K, 139th ills, Inft., nt Princcvllle, Illinois. At tho closo of tho war ho returned to his native county nnd returned to fann ing. In tho fall of 1809 ho and wlfo came to Andrew county, nnd in 1871 tney crossed tho Nodaway and came to Holt county, planting his Jacob's stalT in Clay township. It wus a raw prnlrio 80. but ho stuck to his lob. and nnauy necamo the owner or 2U0 acres of as fine fanning land as you will find most anywhere out of doors. Ho got tired of the fnrm life, and for mreo years engaged in snipping stock at Mound City. Hut he tired of this and went back to his fnrm, which ho conducted for five venrs. threw un-tho job and becamo a citizen of Maltland, unit engaged in tho lumber business for a dozen years, and is now in thn coal and gram business at that place. in too summer 01 iujd nc, wun J. I'. Cook, of Maryvllle, built tho Maltland elevator, which ho at present Is tho manager or. He has served Maltland as its May or, and served the pcoplo faithfully and well. In politics he is a Demo crat; in religion, ho Is a member of tho christian church, as is also his wife. As this counlo has travelled udonir life's highway so beautifully together eight children havo come to bless them, six of whom are living Mrs. Fred Colllson, of Maltland; Mrs. R. C, Hitchcock, Holton, Knns. LeRoy, of Nodaway county; Ralph, who Is In Liberty Herman Bayha, Edward has been hero with his aunt and uncle, Smith. 1 Airs, inniu i-rico anu uougiaa jonn- 1. nM n I'runk ClnlTncv. "". curing lur ma muuicr aim wir .ii..,i.-.i nin.Ur Ulster. Mrs. Ann K. Irvine. Is arrane NodawoyIocob W. lluntz. Umr for the disposition of his mothePa Union D. D. Perkins, W, 1. crews, iw wni i', uiiiouk hi m. 11. n.. oxienB vo irv no 1 orary. some 01 ,U, ...I-.!.. I. ..UUI. U ...III u-"ri l.lL .Vllll.ll I1U V1II KIVU MJ kllU UfCKUIl UIKi. 1. 1 1 i -1 1 1 1 L - t.iii-.i 1. r.M ii.iiuui, uiiu uu vittamtui vuiuiiiva nu Killed by cars. 1 ,,,, ,,, ,i.n ,..i,ui. 1,. ...111 .i.,.v . . . . ,,, .1 1. , 11 biiii. in -iiiiiv, niiitii .iv ,, a,-- John II. Lusk. a former citizen of . niu0n nr 4d Tht. 11. Forbes, who at times worked on the 1 1,...,, t,n. i,..,i.ia an.1 section thore, and was a general labor- 8 ono of the mogt comprchcnslTO in i-r, wu iuii iiimii ujr Hum ..v.. lms portion 01 me siaie, UHK lUWIll Oil K1.VU.UU IU., X u, -IO 10IQ nml 1IHa.I Ttin nrtttTt. ru-enrrcd In 'a cut. a short distance At the Depot. east of Red Oak. He was on his way Agent Morgan handled a total of 61 to tho Charles Zheike larm, wnere no loaded cars ror inieruroan raiiroaa was to work in the timber that day, during the month of January 12 com when ho stenncd from one track inline in and 49 going out: 28 were hogs- front of a train on the parallel track, and 17 cattle. The total tonnage for and be was hurled titty reet, nu oody the month, was uoi,4y ids. received being fearfully mangled and many and 1,178,390 lbs. going out; 1476 bones broken. Tho body was shipped passengers were carried during the to Forbes for burial, month; 2460 gallons 01 cream and 134,740 ids. 01 express was namiiea. v 0- Ross, tho ten-year-eld son of Mrs. Mary Fields, of Mound Citv. snent Lottie Msrkt, Is still very low with the week-end with her sister, Mrs. pon I heart trouble. Martin. ' ' ' '