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lltlST CLASS MIJN.
(Continued from I'nj;o One) Order No. fiRr! KImcr Dave Croncr. I01 Frederick Itllcy. (!ir (ilen It. Krilzlcr. 010 Unbelt John Ashcr. OIK Wllllnm I'dwnrd (luycr. 020 Wlltfnm II. Vounp. 012 William II. Altowny. MS Stroild lluell Smith . 01!) Itnae Moy Wince. CM -Sherman Tnhl. or. I l'rnnk C. Castle, cr.'i Chnrlo Krwin. 000 llnlllc liorrcr. fiO;l Wnltcr W. Under, fifij Gcortfe W. Vandyke. 070 Orlin I). Ailnlr. 074 l.loyd II. Stnmdiury, (175 William II. Anno. 077 Clljah Crwln Uandall. C8!l Claiendnn I). llopkin. B90 Elmer (!uy. wo . lvwell Gln . C07 Chas. Hatliorn. i. . i l J. I rwin. 703 Alfred V. Kaiser. 711 Lloyd W. Fllnn. 710 Wm. II. K. Dellonl. 741 Wilfred Curl Snider. 710 Kvrrelt Mile Jordan. TAS William J. (irove. 701 linlph Mesfncr. 70:i ltoyd GrllTln. 700 (leorKO II. Itlchmond, 771 Hubert Samuel lnU THl Clarence Pran. 786 llrure C. Hursc. 701 l!nlih Miller. 7!M J. T. Kretrer. 7H7 Hoy K. Heater. H0:s Dale A. Marlon. MM 'Ihonin M. Stilton. 800 Clarence (i. AMmtt. Ki'l(;,.r;,. W. Toiler. 82:! William Thatcher Arnold. h2r Mlltun Clay Adam. KiC.-Chiirle Allen H'..lnm (J. Ilohart. 8J0 Wrr:i Cllli l.-ir.e. KO-l.'oy W. Steward. HC7 (ifnr W. Carder. MS Claude I'ryi.r. h7 Kulierl AMier. It. i:. Carter. SMi Jolui :iincr (iillciiwnter. 8PI ftitimel . T. Itunre. ML' Itnlirrt lleauimint Croidand. HUft William 0. Mnrrl. WWCnrl I!. Iluiitrniiiii. H'jJU-John I!. Shaver. IM.'t Cluir en Tlmni.'M I .cue. Din llnvif II. WIUoii. 017 Wllll.nn W. llo.il. OlS-IVnnk J. Iluxlltner. SMS TlminiiH P. Kntim. !M!i i:urll (!. MrlMimM. O.Vt-llnwII J. flumlng. VmV.m NVrrl. in).- i;.,Ih'ii Kinif. IMili-Cluille A. llro-llK'ck. i'07 llnitiii.n.l Uiarloit llalnc. UTtt t..l,.,t .,.P ,l!en. 1)71 William M. Manrliur. 0 .0 Herman r'nmdicr. OS.-, Nathan .Mori Ih. 00. '1-Clmrle j. Link. H:i7 Ue linker. WH John A. Tmvnend. :!-l-'red U. Conner. lOOJ-IVnrl J. Ily.ler. 1010 Lelaud OlNcer. 1011 Jew Harold Anno. 1021 Peiey (iarey. J0"(t Thomn lMivnnl Kecve.t. KKI7 llaudlc Alliert Younger. ItW'J-Hiirry K. Ilnnlln. 1011 I'loyd Wagoner. jlH-t ,!rw iCmi .Metrcar. 10 IS l.lnvllle Leltoy Ktnnsbcrrv. NHinKniest Cecil Ecknnl. liiti.V rnudc Kdgnr Cottier, infill Krmik .Mile Shies. I00:)-Jke Will Sink. 1070-O-ar Hill. 107II William llatton LIkM. 1078-Oliver Otto Dcnnlnon. 10KI I.eo W. Ilrown. 1087 Jence C. l'ortcr. 1001 Alex riillli Harden. o A Singular Co.lnclilcnt. The imiirler innde hy Mr, (leore 1. uken for oinc soldier boy, strango to say, fell to one of the nunc name, lint rot of the kuiiic lilood. The fol lowing letter from the recipient will bo rend with Interest by all who nro dolnir their bit for the boy who have gone, or may soon bo over "on tha other ride:" My Dear Mm. l.ukcn: No doul.U you ii no surprised to receive this letter from thl part of tho country, but 1 felt I must thank you for tho nice muf. flor which I received today from tho lied Cross. It boro your name and ad. dress, ami I wu surprised to discover Jt was tho same a mine. Our namo originally wan spelled with tho "ens," but my grandparents chang- Cd It tO "Inn." Iin.i n 11 l,n- nn,nr.l because of legal paper, etc.; however mu iironuunciaiion is Sllll llio Stmc. RIv fnnillv Wvn In Pnllrnmln MM. ent, where I enlisted in October, slnco wnicn nme i iirvo aono considerable traveling and very Intensive tralnlnir, the irrenter nortion of the limn helm pent In Texas, at the Kelley Field, .i-ur nun tnuinio, ami tamp nicks, near Fort Worth. At tho latter camp wo spent Christmas, and it was bright ened by tho Ited Cross gifts of knitted Althnuirh In ih ennftli w. An..iin..n a - ... - . nv v.iivuutl.i.1- ea some verv cold nnH HlmimallA weather, tho gifts were all tho more appreciable. This seond distribution today of muiuoni, Bweaiers, wnsiicu, SOCKS and helmets surely convinced us boys that the Red Cross is nil right, and surely t.u.nit iu nan in neiping to make soldier's life bright. Ilelieve me, surely appreciate their work. Our training is completed in this countrv. firm wa dm awnHiniv imlM tA leave for "over there," thereforo tho Indefinite address: "The A. E. F." Is American Expeditionary Force, I wish to again thank you for tho muffler, and anticipating a letter from yuu, i rcuiuin, sincerely, EARL K. LUKINR 1S9 Aero Squadron, A, E. F via Hew XOrK, ttD. 24, 1K1B. o v Loudens' Bird Proof Barn Track and Door Hangers. TEARE A RULEY r.OO hed(r post for !. L..KUNKEL, Forest City and Vicinity. l'nul Stalcun wna In St. Jofeph I'rl.lnv rveninff. Mairclo and Horcnce .Olift were St. Jfucrili visitors. Itii av, Henry llnr.inl nml Hoy Jumps were In St. Joseph, Saturday, (icorce Wntson n tiansactin l.uslne In St. Josetih. I'r ilaV. Wood I'o.'ter was tranFCCtinK business In Savannah, iTi.loy. V. II. Urock wns tranactinit li'i' liiof In Mound City last Thursday. II. I.. Kverson was trarsactlnR 1.11 ness In St. .Insenh. lart ItIi av Wm. Crawford wn trnnsnctlns lius ne In St. Josenli last I- rlilav Mr. ( hrls Jamison and son, Hnr- ry, were St. Joseph visitors, last rrt- day. . . v. F. I llimnurice w transact' Ins business In KfTinRhnm. Kan., I-rI- ll.'lV. s. I., thamiwrs mane n business trln to rhllllnsburc, Knnsas. Satur dnv. .nr. rranx Acton was navinc lental work done In Oreiron, last Thursi av. lieonre neevc and w e sneni tii'i lay. Sunday, nt the Jnme Por.l'.T home, north of Oreiron. W III am and Clate Schacffer were transacting business In St. Joseph, Wednesday oi insi weeK. C in. .Miller lias bouulil the John Stroiide property, In the north part of town, nnn na moved mere. V. II. Ilrock nnd daughter, Doris, nent I'rl.lnv nicht nt the liev. J. N. Co e home, n Mound City. Ml. I.ecllo McCoy, who tenrhe nt Mound City, spent Sunday with her folks. Jnine McCoy nnd wire. .Mr. .Mary llinrnlilll nnd dsHiKli- ter, l.eonn. spent Sntiinlay nnd Sun- lay with Chris (iliTnrd nnd family. Dr. J. T. Thatcher nnd Dr. J. C. Wh'ti.irr. of Oregon, were lran.nrtlng iMiw..e in i.'ir eiiy, last lliursil.iv I'n'tl Wle and wife, of On iron. speni uivinesiiav nrternonn or Inst week rl the Dan llnlm, Sr.. home. Mit llnr.el Lniulen .of I'lilrdir. Mo., vl itdl over Sundav with hr urniiilnareiit. 1;. Iln.ck tin. fain v. Clarenre llrnilley. of St. Josei.ii. was isltlnir with relative nnd friends In our city. Severn dais, last week .Mr. Inrcnre lloiile. of Cltlrairn. III., visile. .'Vi ral .lav. nils week w Hi lier ratlier. i.eoriro Drake, nnd fiimllv. .Mr, deori'o llcrve silent the .lav Weilnesday. of last wei-k, with hr'r ilatii'hter. Mrs. A liert Walker, mid family. .Mr. Nnte Martin, of CInr n.ln l.nvii, vIsiUil Nevernl day last weik MM her mother. Mr. C. M. Wml.Uo. ami lamiiy. .Mr, vi. I. I itxniniiilcc went In Lincoln. N'thr.. last week, where tin. will iiuike a visit with her mother, Mr. John Lowe. Cllfl'l. I'luillllier. line of Hie nl.lfnr My nt I ort Mil. Ok a., snenl n r.-tv day lat week with hl cousiiis.l'iniik, Otis nnd Hoy Jump. .mi iiince iJuicK. or iicnton ills tl let. and Judge (i. W. Cotten nnd wire, or 1-orI.e., siient Sunday nt the . J. Cotten home. Wm. Andrew nnd son. I'rnnk. of .noive, inwn, v. no nave iHtught tile Dan Jamison land, wei.1 of town, ueio in our city, .Saturday. jir. i rrn .mcikii nnd .Mr, i nil Harrier left Tuesdny nluhU of lnt oke. Co week for llolyn ilo where they Use this pure oil from corn for economy and quality in deep frying, saut6ing, shortening MAZOLA THE Food Administration's plans for saving suet the housewife's desire to cct the m butter, lard and i most and the best out ot every dollar these arc the main reasons ior using Mazola. the pure and wholesome vegetable oil. Mazola makes fried food dcliciously crisp and easy to digest free from greasincss or sogginess. And it is so much more economical than butter, lard or com pounds as it can be used over and over again docs not transmit taste or odor from one food to another. You can be sure of the purity of Mazola since it comes from an edible source golden American corn. Use Mazola for deep frying, sautcing or shortening and you will find that foods retain all of their natural flavor. And if you want tin especially delicious French dressing or mayonnaise, make it with Mazola. in pint, quart, half-gallon or pallon tins Iso nsk for the free Mazola Book of Get Mr-'tola from your croccr The large sizes give greatest economy. iecipcs or write us uncci. Youi money rWnmlnl II M,ol, do, net rIi rnlli miilicllon. Corn Products Refining Company New York S.tK.1 RrrMLltvtl II. C. LocLbirt 4!0lmll.!Uf K.ii.a City, M.. Gui nil jjlll will loin their ht'shand, Mr. W. W. Ilnrrl nn.l il.inel.lnr. Mi Mnrirarlte. of Auburn. N'. l... vl. Ited over I'riilay with Mr. Harrl' t.N ter, Mr. Illley Tuniey. A. J. Iluik nnd w If p. of Amnznnl.i. pent several day the latter part of last week with their ilaiiKliter. .Mr. Perry Tuniey, nnd family. Mike Worley nnd family, of Tex. hoina. Okhi., nv heie vlsitlni; witli Ml. .' patent, Peter V. linker ami family, nnd other relative. Iluirli llurrier nnd 0. A. Witllnms shipped a car of Iior to the St. Jo seph market the latter part of last week and repotted (ooil results. .Mr, unvo Halm ha retumnl from K'nnsiiH City. They nm inovlnR their household i-niiU to that city, where they will make their home. Constance, the little daughter of Mr. James Campbell, Ims been very low with meningitis. We hope tho lit tle Kin win recover in n Miort time. Harry Tearo nnd son, Howard V., of St. Joseph, attended tho Masonic lodico moetitiK here Satunlay nlRht. Ilouuiil came up to take his third tic Kree. Miss Ksther Zoeller.of Kails City. .N'ehr., visited heveral days tho first of last wcck witli tier aunt, Mrs. U A. Hank. L. P. Rcntnev anil wife, of Hutch. ison. Knns.. vis ted several davs of this and last week with their son. Clias. Sentncy, and family, southwest oi jown. Win. Hawlcv. of Texhoma. Okla homa, was called to tho bedside of his father-in-law, Peter V. Ilakcr, who hud n stroke of paralysis, but Is im nrovintr now, , Mrs. Iiolliert Miller was taken to the Sisters' Hospital, In St. Joseph, ir.i ..... i. if i-u..i-iuuy u. iud. vi;t, tur nil UIK.T ation for appendicitis. Sho is gottlng aionir nicely. Mrs. Chas. Nolsnd left last Thurs day for Atchison, Kans., where she visltod with her son, Damey Noltnd, and family. Charles went down Sat urday and they returned homo Sunday. Mrs. Jack liaker and daughter, Miss Madge, of Whiting, Kans., came in Sunday to visit her daughter and sister, Mrs. Guy Plummer. Jack will come later on with their household goods, and they will move to their farm, east or Oregon. Lewis Stroude. one of our hustl Ing young farmers, south of town, was married Wednesday, of last week, to Miss Ruth Overman, of Highland, Kans. They were married at Troy, Kans., and will make their home on the Judge D. C. Stallard farm, south oi town, we cxixend our congratU' latlons to the excellent couple. The Ited Cross of the KImsev dls. triet met at the Mrs. Jogh Waggoner home, last Thursday afternoon, Feb ruary 28. There were twelve n resent. They aet a quilt together ready for quimng, ana nare nneen pair ox socks about completed. They will meet this week at the Mrs. Ed Caiteel home. When the quilts are completed they win do ior saie. DELPHEUS. Preshjlerlan Church Note. .Sunday i-clmol nt 'J:!.', nnd nlwnv stmt on time. Try nnd bo on time. Christian Km euvor at !::!(): try and lie on time. he .Sunday school Is nrennr hit n special I luster proitrnm, which will hu given faster inornlnK, nt 11 o'clock. I Id will he nn l.astor urogram of n inlscellaneou nature, but most Master uuslc or solo, iiuartette. nnthem nnd .'hortiM'. nnd will bo inturcstlnir to nn Imily wishing to henr sume. On this day wo will have a rally day for tho Sunday school. So let cveiy scholar Ih'kIii rlirht now nnd see hn.v many new scholar wo can have; also now many old sclioiurs wo can linc renewed. Our dear Sundav school scholar Norma will meet with us no more. She wn called to her heavenly homo Feb ruary 'M. iuik. sno was a most faith ful scholar: tho weather was never too stonuy or cold to keen Norma at nome. now wo all win miss tier smil ing face; sho wn always ready to do whnt she could for the r.lcnsuro of others; sho was a dear llttlo Christian girl. Everybody loved Norma. Sho united with tha Presbyterian church, ounnay, neptcmucr ;iu, iuiy. We can't understand these tilings now, "but" Sometime when nil llion lessons have been learned And sun and stars forever more have set. Tho things which our weak judgment nero novo spurned Tho things o'er which we grieved with ashes wet Will flash before us, out of life's dark mgni As stars shlno most in deeper tints of blue: And wo shall sco how all God's plans were ngnt, And how what seemed reproof was love most true. Hut not today. Then be content, poor nearti God' plans, like Utiles pure and white unfold. Time will reveal tho calyxes of gold, Ann ii, inrougn psueni ion wo reach tha land Where tired feet, with sandals loose, may rest. When we shall clearly know and un derstand, I think that we will say, "God knew mo dcsi. SUPERINTENDENT, o Christian Church Notes. Sunday school at 0:45. Communion services at 11:00. The morning lesson will be from 1st John, 3-14. Let us all work together for the gooa we may do. t. e. WILSON. Card of Thanks. We sincerely thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and svm. iathy shown at during the Illness and HORSE AND MULE SALE! pi death of our daughter. Normal also ior ine many oeauurui norai oRerins MR. and UBS. ALBERT HABKT, 9 50 head of Horses and Hules to be sold at the FILLMORE LIVERY BARN Saturday. March beginning at 1 o'clock, p. m. These horaea are Nebraska raiaed Peroberona, consisting of dark baya and blacks. Some well matohed teams, weight 1200 to 1600 lbs., ranging from 3 to 5 yeara. All broke to work. These mules are Nebraska raised; all good colors; 3 to 6 yeara old and all are broke to work; weight 1000 to 1200. This offering ia direot from my ranoh in Nebraska. These horses and mules are absolutely sound. They must be aa represented, or you don't need to buy them day of sale. Your Bid Is My Price Don't fail to attend, for this will be one of the biggeat horae , and mule aales in this aection. J. Q. Bottornn "gBP COL. S. E. LANDESS, Auot. W. A. WADE, Clerk