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Another Week Has Gone
And many have we shown through our lines and a great many have we sold. They are these ENTHUSIASTIC BUYERS, too. We especially cater to the discriminating buyer, who knows good goods and realizes our QUALITY UP, PRICES DOWN Policy. A Great many are buying HOOSIERS. Are you ready for yours? It is here for you. HOOSIER says HOOSIERIZE and if you do you will H00VERIZE Come in and see our line of Kitchen Cabinets, Rockers, Dining Chairs, Dining Room Furniture, Rugs, Linoleums, Beds Springs, and the best lines of Mattresses that are made. REMEMBER THE QUALITY SHOP! LESTER PETTIJOHN The Leader Wo Nctcr .Miriircnl Our (!'"xt The Leader We invite you to come and see our New Spring Garments We have received largo nnl ntlrnrlive anirtment nf I.inllcn New Suite. New Spring Coutr, Now Spring l)re Skirt, New Spring Walntii, New Spring Drew. F.very bright nunny day rcnitniln us Ihut Spring Ik near at hand, an I the time has eome for you to be, In tiwtctl In the garment for Spring wear. You will flml the new tylea to lie very attractive. Tlic colon ami material lire rhnlce, uml considering that thcc arc war time, the prices are rcuonah1c. COS lo (ill IVIIx St. ST. JOSIll'll. MISSOI 111 Wo Itibato Itiilmml Tare nml Automobile Fare. TMK WIIV OF I'NKl'MONIA New Point. I V. I.uther and family nmvet! Init Thuixlny to n farm near I'nrker. Mrs. II. V. Kvenk of Oregon, spent tlio week-end with Mr. Chn. (Icnn. .Mr. U. C. Hope, of St. Joseph, upcnt several ilny with her frlcn.l, Mr. Homer IMwnnt. Mr. Hert Cniue, from Ohlnj Mr. Ma.Cronni and daughter, MIm Mahel f, 'rouse and Mr. Jennie liock well Mid on Freddie, of Mound City, uprnt Sunday with Mr. and Mr. llnr ry Croujo. ' Thl community wn shocked ln-t Friday morning when the now ar rived that I).in IIimuoII hnd died in the Sinter' hospital In St. Joeph, Hu ha many friend in thl community who extend their sympathy to thu ho. rcaved one. -.T;',.,1P Crow donation nt F.bcr Atkln'n sale amounted to $1!UI0. At tho Odd Fellow supper, on February 14, they took in $fi. They Mill have P'cnty of sowing on hand. Any one wishing to do nny sewing may call nt tho sewing room t Mr. Shannon mnlmnn. Member are reiiuentid to meet each Thursday afternoon for the purpose of doing thi rowing, or they tuny take It homo and work on it any time. They are Mill in need of a machino at tho room. Anyono having one they are not going to use for tho jummcr, they will ho very grateful for the uso of it. Let us each help this good work In any way wo can. 1IASCOMII. Mr. and Mr. Jnine Cordrey, and fane lly. Mr. and Mr. Iluy (irlme and family visited Sunday with her par out, Mr. and Mr. John Schntiks, mid family. Hoy Crime, with hi mother, .Mr. F.mmn Crime:, nml John Krhiinktf, motored to St. Joseph on business, hirt Tuesday. Ileiiri Villi!., nml flill.lt-.vn tin.t Mi. ilnilmn motored to St. nsoph, Sunday uml spent the day with rela tive anil friend. - .Mis Maty Fitzmnurice, teacher of the Mayllower school, is sick with tonsllltl nt the home of Iter cousin, Mi-. Karl llenton. .Mis i.lla Deglnw, with hej mother. Mr. Henry Drglow, motored to St. Joseph and spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Marfan ll; and lun'l, ami Ml Illld.i Dig. low. Plum. I'nriif,, ulin u'.i o.i..!amsI.. hurt last week while Invoking a young mule, I much Improved and hu heen removed to Forhe. where lie will re main with relative until fully recov ered. Mr. Chas. Wehiian and family have heen Imvlncr n lone soliro nf mnr. Lit f.. ...... Tl... f .I.- r" ...... t ...v,. .inn! m inu iiimiiiv nave oven iiowii lor nearly three weeks, and thi wiek Mr. Welmnn himself is down with the snme disease. IIKTTV 1II.UK. And the lttnon C'nse Tend to llrcur in the Same Individual. No other acute disease recur hi the same Individual with such frequency in pneumonia, lly strange contrail most Infectious diseases render tho patfrnt Immune to another attack. Why is this not so in pneumonia While medical authorities can give no satisfactory reason for this phenom enon, the explanation advanced hy Os teopathic physician I both rational ami assuring. It also make It clear why they arc so successful In com- Hating pneumonia uml oilier respira tory troubles. I I'ueumonia Is usually brought on by cold ami exposure. These conditions cause a contraction nf the muscles of the neck, shoulder and back, which hy pressure uircct the nerve center nnd blood supply for the lungs and heart, which result In congestion of th lung. 'I lie germ of pneumonia being pre, ent (which it usually is in cold, damp weather), the congested nt-en Itwnmm , Infected and pneumonia is the result. .-.inure nor in many rases overcome infection, by ft self protection ant! toxin power: yet, without Osteopathic treatment the muscle of the neck, shoulder and hack nie not relaxed, the circulation I not ntored to iuk mal, and the lung uie not toned up to their natural stlength. Heme the very rendition which caused pneumon ia in the lirst nlnre still persists in the body uml rowlcr the patient liable to u l ectin cm i' at any lime or when ad ditional cold I contracted, or mlrrohic infiKtlun readies extreme violence. N'uliiro cannot oveicomn these con traction ami they persist, lowering the resistance of the lungs and render lug tho Individual more susceptible than ever to another nttiuk. The applies to liny fever and bronchitis, n;i well a to lung trouble, not excepting ttiK'ivutosi. In the latter the iirlmnt-v rmun In .. I lowered resistance of lung tissue, If win iiisoiiso process ne in tho lungs, and no triatment can compare with the Osteopathic ir tried early, In building up lesistnnce ami aiding mi ture to overcome the disease. The same hold tiuo of pneumonia. That Osteopathic treatment remove theso obstacle to the norninl resist mini nf i tissue, rendering the patient to a sur , prising extent Immune to cold, pneii. , monla, bronchitis nnd kindred trouble.,, I limille substantiate,! In- ll,... ..i..: nine witu ii. jf. I.. Jlcr Al.I.. Osteopathic. Physician. The llloomer Sale Tho Watson llloomer St Son's sale I . of pure bred Poland Chinas in this city on last Saturday, February '-"I, 11118, wa u decided success not nnlv as to the prices, hut as to the crowd and the buying spirit Hint was shown by tlunc present; it wns also n suc cess from the fuel that the stulf otter ed was composed entirely of 10 and VI month' old gilts, ami each ami every one scemni a perfect animal, and thl I one of Mr. llloomer' chat acterlstic; ha will not put up for solo any other kh,.!. and whatever he tells you about his hogs, one can strictly rely upon his word. The top price wis I fllXJ, and thenvcrage was $72.1)3. No. l'urchuscr. I'rlce.l; 17 W. II. (ialbruith J55.00, 14 Dr. J. I- Hogan il'.'.fiO IO Wn Vl'nIL... -.f.ltl ,V ..Mini, ........... I BlUU M 4 Warrle Walker fej.6'1 1 W) 28 Albert Hulutt 100.00,(4 7 Iterl Smith HO.bO X 18 Harry Pollock 7i.M f) 8 Hurry Pollock 70.O()(J iteri nmiin tu.isi II Harry I'olloek 72.o'J A llnrr' I'olloek 70.00 ail Warric Walker 77.50 C. A. Zachmun 70.00 t J. II. Drown 77,o') 0 Dawson & Moore CI.IKI, II Wm. Crawford M).(K) 10 John llornecker 07..' 01 III D. M. Mai tin 70.(HJI) 10 Harry I'olloek 71.01)1 III Hert Smith 70.00U 21 John llonierkor 7f.0()) I'.' Tom Milno 70.00 1 Ik ol! Tom Milne 77.r.Oiff III Dauson & Mooie 72.'i0 .ri Itussell Meyer CS.Otll 20 Wm. Crawford 7r..U'J I'l I). M. Martin ;2..V)i 111 D. M. Murtiu fi7.ri') Total Average per head, $72.!3. 2.00 Hlchland. The Ladies club will meet at Mrs. jamcs uoriirey'n, wcuncsilay, March Miss Graco VanGundy spent Sat urday with hor friend, Miss Alice Hun na. Harry Jlakcr and family aro moy In this week to a farm near Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Karl IJcnton and family visited Sunday with friends In Forest City. " L. II. Cunningham Is building oina flno, now, moveable Individual wivu pyw pens. mXAfWrtn V.nr!llnfli. 11.. ir"-r "iV, ' ..v. .vn MVfllu IU DfXmft eonnty. 'r4.-IT.' n i . .Tl fwun inuii Bros, nave movca 10 tt Nortta timber, with their saw mill, 7"" wui sjoob get Dusy. r:Tki will U bo cupper at the JMhool htmie,' Thnrsdsy, W)l 9.. .Ami mmA W-L . W. '! tr. ua .-mwm. Aim imvimv ini1 .i-iA i , a t.. . . ' . r V President Wilson Has Aduiralrd Fed era! Suffrage Amendment. Congressmen who called on tho pres. blent to usk his ndvlco on tho Federal Suirrnge amemlmcnt wcro told to voto for It "ns nn act of right and Justice." Tho president's commitment to tho amendment ranks ns n war statement with thoso inndo by Premier Lloyd Georire nml Mr Aonnlit. nM.i n.H n... mlor of Canada. 11.? ',r'",1 Houso of Commons pass ed oman Suffrage as a war measuro by a voto of 7 to 1. The Houso of Lords hllS nvervtinlm(nt. MAMnittl.l itself to tho measure. Let Us Spray, "I.St Hi enrnv" U 41. f eonrtunlAn voV.c.l , Charles Tanxbcrger, of Jefferson Bar racks, near St. Louis, sprayed 130 ap- pie tree In 1917 and gathered a crop Missouri annlo tn. tinnM K H..Aa wd eompulsoiy law loveming at Mm all commercial orcharis would of Ss UtoT ,v?'tor llenton, Severnl tn tlm .w.l..t.l.nl i i . en sick with tho measles. We nio having some beautiful springlike days, between whiles." I Staley and wife wcro shon. ping In St. Joseph, ono day, last wee'e. . Ii-a Illx hu moved to tho J. L. Amller farm, the former Frank Walk er place. i-r3'. u. lNn'"or vlsl,r1 ,1,a iTothcr, hd. at Wctmore, Kaiitas, tho llrst of last week. (iulnn Quick Is moving to his now home, the farm recently pui-chaw-d from Frank Jackson. Charles Kvans und wifo made a short yllst at tho homo of their aunt. .Mr, j'.mma Staley, Sunday afternoon! Dwight Meyer und family, of tho K.,,".f,0' ,' '"'""to, mado a short visit at tho ltobert Kmerson home, last hridav afternoon. Iss llpbertu Emreson visited sev eral days, last week, in Mound City, uriKwSt ?f ?cr fricml- Ml 'auiio Wright, who is n student in the high school there. Miss Jlahcl Kinney, of tho lilalr night. Iho evening was pleasantly spent with music and gamse. Thoso present were: Misses Paulino Wright, Goldle and Mabel Burge, Elsie ami Ressa lrlce, Frances and Roberta Kmerson, Gladys Ball, Cecil Tibbetts, Unoro Plerson and Marlon Price: and Messrs. FrnnV u.. Wi.'i. liv!!.D;v's,, GSJ5Fe f-lJo-w Field, "u.t naia unerson, hee - OlickfJ DaU. Price, tt Wriht and Everett Edwards. VERITAS. l Hie Inlrodurtion. Cnpt. Carter, of Company 1., and hi dear wife and baby, of Fort Sill, hnvo been homo on u visit with their par ents, J, II, Caller and wife, of Mound I'lty, uml C. W. Anlhul ami wife, of l inlg. Wc were glad to learn of their excellent health. That huby girl In sIMcd that her pa uml mu should tuku her to Missouri, so sho could become acquainted with her grandparent be fore she left for Franco to take up her IN-.I Cn... l.-..t-l Ul.n t..al.t.i !..., ..... v.wmi niii ..ii.j uiav .tiiriii she grow to womanhood her "hubby" must no a winner n rial soiilicr liko her pupa. Here's to you, my llttlu dear, und nuiv onr vvti.li lm full. rtx. (allied. ! o Service lag. Tho lied Cross Society of this cltv I h.n Kccurod u torvlco Hag which is llowing to the lirevzo from a window In tho headquarter rooms ovtor tho Hank of Forest City. The Hag beurs twclvo stars for tho following soldiers from this point: liny Efner, Hert No hind, Francis Dilling, Mike Fitzmaur Ire, Albert Ilobinon, Lester Glllcn water, Wlllard Hahn, Jack Hcadlcy, Thomas Phillip, Elmer Nvc. roul Acton and Oliver Walker. Forest City News, Feb. 22, 1018. o Loudens' Hay Track, Hay Forks and Carriers. TEARE & RULEY Makes Long Trip Alone, Oren Wilson, of Eugene, Oregon, a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J, 11. Wat son, came in Saturday morning for a visit with his grandparents. Although only eleven years old, ho mado the trip alone. Ho arrived hero at 3:00 o'clock In tho morning, Ed Weights, night agent nt the depot, very kindly piloted him to his grandfathers home. Craig Leader, Feb. 22, 1918. For Sale. Four Thoroughbred . Rls Tvno PO' land China Gilta: all bred: one Duroc sow: bred. First come, first served. E. E. U INKLE, Oregon, Mo. Farmers' Phone, e " -Contract to raise some sweet corn for the Oregon Cannery Co. this year; TEARE & RULEY THE IMPLEMENT HOUSE We have a complete line of Farm Implements and the prices are considerably below present market prices. Grand Detour Gang Plows, Good Enough Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Little Joker Walking Culti vators, New Century Riding Culti vators, Moline Adraince Mowers, Great Snake Sled Cultivators, Flying Dutchman Corn Planters, Campbell Corn Drills, Moline Economy Discs, Avery two-row Cultivators, Deering Grain Binders. TEARE & RULE? 1 Administrator's Notice. Notlco Is hereby given, That Letters of Administration, with tho will an nexed, on the estato of Anno K, Irvine, deceased, wcro grunted to tho under signed on the 20th day of February, 1018, by the Trobato Court of Holt county, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estate aro requir ed to exhibit them for nllowanco to tho Administrator within six months after the date of granting of said Letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if such clulms bo not exhibited within one year from tho date of granting said icuers uiey snail be lorever barred. First publication, March 1, 1018. L. I. MOORE, Administrator C. T. A, Attest: HARRY M. DUNCAN, (Seal) Judge of Probate. The Auto Sale Co. report the aide of Buick car to the following: Brada Sipes and F. W. Hoffman, 4 cylinder Mrs. Clara Kntale, 0 cylinder. To Test Seed Corn. TIia Ml..... ..I . . ... u, urowcrs- Asso ciation, In Its annual meeting at Col umbia, during Farmers' Week, passed resolutions urging seed com testing by all members and by all farmers. Tho object of this resolution Is to stlmu- B"u corn icsung which will In sure increased production. An in crease in the corn crop is necessary to supply food for tho population of this countrv nml foul tn. Ik. -l ".i " Ing animals. The Missouri Corn Growers' Association members have, " wicmseivea u lest for germ- " '."Y cura wnica mey plant and to make every effort to in- ",v I'.u'iucuun dy intensive meth ods as well m by Increased acreage. - hv.nw,. vu twice in cuffed uimn SrM.10 ca1ir message to their Malta your work count for tietety. cllnkertt """