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moomrbATBi rUBUSRIM HOLT COUNTY SKNITNBI- ORCGON, WMOURI. I Iht PettaflW Onto. MImsuH. m Bteaai Out Matur. A Wsstlr Nmpapar D4 to Iks ttwti f III Uw Oowilr In tti Union. TF.R.MSs $2.00 PKR YKAR, W4tk Ik rlllnf H Otm M I ! ! n. II IH Mil n wf nUulllra h MM. Friday, Mirth 22. 1918. rOl.lTICAI. ANNOUNCF.MKNT. Tor Congress. Wllllnm K. Sprntt, of St. Jrscph, Mo., hereby declares hlnircir on 1 an. Bounce Hint lie will W n candidate upon the Dcmocrntl! ticket for the nomination of Rcprorntntlve of the 4th Mlsourl District In the N'atlonnl Congress nt Washington, I). C, In the SUto l'rimnry hlcctlon to to nc.o August C.th, 1918. X)K flKCI'IT t'LF.UK-We nre mi- thorlrrd to announce II. T. (PICK) IMJIIYNS nit a enndidate for the of flee of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Holt County. Missouri, subject to the 'Republican Prlntnry Flection, Tues day, August (I, HUH. lie will appre ciate your suppoit. rOR KCCOKDP.K OF DF.EDS Wo nrc authorized to nnnonnco Andrew O. Danker as n candidate for the office of Recorder of Deeds of Holt County, Missouri, subject to the Re publlran Primary Kleetion, Tuesday, August 6, It) 1 8. Fort City MdAteialty. OI-..J- r.-ll ..... 1- Vt In.ant, Taut Friday. " Mm. J. T. Birmingham wm a bU Joseph visitor, Monday. Miss llcttlc Heeler was a St. Jo end visitor. Saturday. Wm. linker, Sr., wax a business visitor In Oregon, Friday. -Howard Douglas was In St. Jo -I- T. . l.u I..-, ri'll, u.tiiuj imp. nnni Itenry lotnus wm a nusincss vis itor In St. Joseph, Thursday. (Icorge Wntson wns transacting business In Forbes, TJiursilny. John lllrmlnghnmspcnt Sntunlny nlirlit nnd Sunday in St. Josenh, wm. crnwront mime n business trip to Knnsns City, Inst Thursdoy. Jnmes Meyer nnd family spent Sunday nt the Medwny Hoofer hom. Snm lllrdsoe, of Montnnn, wns vlsitlnir Inst .week with rrtallves here. Chns. Mills, wife nnd son, Floyd, spent Sunday nt the L. J. Scott home, It. II. ShetTleld wns tmnsneting business in St. Joseph, Tuesday of Inst week. A son w as bom to Joe Cnson and wife, on route 4, Wednesday of lint week. (Ierire.Vnlson nnd Chris Jamison were In SU Joseph, Tucsdny of Inst w ceK. Miss (irnce Vandeveer wns a St. Jnseiih Visitor, Wednesday of last week. Frank Miller nnd fnmlly have moved to what Is known its the Wyllc farm. John Lukcn ami fnmlly spent Sunday evening at the J. T. Scott home. Miss tlroee lifner visited Sunday nt tne j, t;. uicvin home, nenr I orl escue. .Misses Kdna Alklre nnd Hcrthn Watson were ft. Joseph visitors, Inrt Krtil.iv. Mrs. Fred F.lton. of Tnrklo, visited ?ntuniay with her folks, Neal Kunkol nnd wife. Ihvicht Meyer ami family spent Sunday with lioy Kunkcl nnd fnmlly, in Oirgon. Wm. Kollmer. of St. Josenh. vis ited several days this week with rcl- kok rf.cordf.u of df.f.ds we are authoriied to announce Daniel II. Iluntt. of Itonton township, ns n candidate for the office of ltecorder ntlvcs here. of Deed of Ho t County, Missouri,, .ui. i. K. Tentv nnd daughter. ruojifi in me lirpuKiican i nnmry l.MlM Wllllia, CtV St. Joseph Visitors, Klectlon, Tuesday, August 6, IMS. Wednesday. I Web Kel'ey, nml fnmlly hnve ik Hl.itilllil.n til iifci.ii-eimove. to town to the "Harney" W.l i are nuthoritcit to announce John H.llam property. Mmp'on ns a cnndidMe for tho of. Ml0s Mary Alklre. Mnude Stnl. fire of liivonler of l.ls of Holt'lnnl and Otto Stnllnnl motore.1 to St. County, Mlssorrl, subjivt to the lie. J(-rph, Tueiday.. publican I'rlmnr) 'Klectlon, Tucsd.iv,' -Mrs. A. J. Cotton was havinit Hoover The epranlnc wai mostly spent by Mfcinf.ft sirs. v. ti. nroc.it. ana nauxmer, Doris, spent Wednesday nlsht of Init week with her parents, Iter, J, N. Cole, at Mound City. Miss Lena zooncr returned here to her uncle, U A. Hunks, and family, Friday, after n short visit with her Iks in Falls (Jity, neb. Miss (icncvlcvc Hlrmtnehnm. Mr. ohn Adolnh, J. I Andlcr, Win. llltt, nnd Herbert Klchnnlson were all In St. Joseph, last Thursday. Curtis I!nler spent several days Inst w'ctk'wlth his folks, Jncob llalser nnd family. Cortls Is working for the St. Joseph Hay nnd (iraln Co. T here w ii be pronouns nt the Christian church, .Sunday, March 21, by the pastor, licv. lxomis, or savnn iiah. hvcrybody Invlteil to attend. tieorce Cottier hns sold his fnrm nenr Nnpier to Mr. K. M, ltichmond, rroni near .cv I'nini. tieonre ami family will make their home at I.ln coin, Neb." l K. Slpes nnd family, of Hem InK, Colo., nd 'Mrs. Ham Shade, of umn. Co o. hnve heen v s tinir with llrnd.i Slpes nnd family and other I cl am cs the pnsl two weeks. I he lleii cross held an all day session. Wnlnesdny of last Week, mi l accomplished a lot of work. Ilef-ul.ir meeting are held every einef,lny rtemoon nt the lied Cms room. Frank tasteel and wife have mov eil to the Mrs. I'. A. lenders property, and (!uy I'lummer nnd family arc mov ing into the Mrs. C. C. Wnmplor property, where Cnsteels have vacated. A. J. uindcrs lins rented his farms to Chick Quick for the coming season. Andrew will leave for Dex ter, Mo., at once, and his family will leave Inter this spring, where they will go for their health. Worth Anno and wife went to Savannah, last Thursday, where they visited with Henry Chandler and family, Karl (Jlispicx nnd wife, Alv.i Chandler nnd wife nnd other relative there. Kiev returned home Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Scott, Mod Hoover nnd fe. Miss lessie Meyer. Dwleht Mey er and family, Jnmes Meyer, Mr Jlnmp rrlce, were in M. Joseph, tvv- lay, wnere liwignt shipped a enr or August 0, I '.MS. I dental work done In Oregon, Wednej- dr.y of Inst week Highland Hems, Altn Itiinn! snint Siind.lv with cattle to the market, luesday morn Vellie Ciinnipclinm. mg. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Karl Ilenlnn motored r.. i.unsiortl nnd inmiiy hn- St. Joseph nnd back. Monday, nuned from the Mrs. Mollie tinlbnut- Clarence Uradley, of St. Joseph property to the Oenet property, In the i vlsitnl the home folks, John Meek nni north Part of town. John rumev'. Jr.. Cmniit. sun.lfiv. nml children have moved to the Un -, Mis Maude Drake, of St. Joseph braith property vacated by Mr. I.vins- ,,vnt Simd.iv with her mint. Mrs. John loni ami umiiy. i (Vk. nnd family. KOII Ctll.l.KtTOlt WV are author-! ' Howard S. feme, of Oregon, wns I ... I i . . . , i T 1 V 11a ...... I . . r i ,. cnmlHiato for thi otTtco of (Vllccior day of taut irk. ... ... .... i ! niiiiu s".ir, 'i iitiiiiiiiii can t'rlmno' hlcctlon, IHiesdny, M0.. vilte.l several dnis Inst week ... ,11, ....... j-.UK" ". iwn menus nere. I Mrs) Itrll W. Itilv.wV- una hnv "Olt ftll.l.KCTOH We are niithor- (ng dentnl work done in Oregon, W"ed lied to announce C. A. (Itcrt) lto- nesday of Inst week. relle, of Clay township, ns n candl-J Mrs. Jene Algicr nnd daughter. uaie ior me piiicc 01 v.oiiecior m .Miss .Mary, of Katon, Mo., are Mslt iicvenve 01 iioii louniy, .Missouri, ing with Mrs. Cora Scnnlon. subject to the liepublienn l'rlmaty . Mrs. Dan Lyons, of Curtis. Okla hlcctlon. Tuesday, August it, UM8. siicnt Sunday with her sister, Mrs, I L ll..ll....l. .....I u...ll.. II.. In tllill! ft. Ullil inillll.. -Sam Waddle nnd family, of Ama ited to announce wm. u. Aiktre n tonla, spent Sunday lth h-f mothet a candidate for the office of Col-' Mrs. (i. M. Waddle, nnd family. lector ef lirvcntie of Holt County." -Mrs. Al IWgr. of .Vapur. vlsitisl .Missouri, subject to the llepulillcan several days last week with her sister, rriiiiary l.livtlon, Tuesday, August Mrs. Luther Hamilton, and family. fi. l.'l. 1 Mr. J. P. Smith returned to her .hc.me. Monday, nfler visiting with her The -5lfk ltoll ituviher, ucar .Meore. nnd family . .. . . . ' --.Miss rarl lt.imse, of rortes i 1 i i .i . . , it "mu "nJrn,v,,cue. KlnM several das Inst week pect in typhoid cases. Dr. K an, his -Mrs. Wm. Cniw font and Mrs, FnTil ll' .k' ii . P 5 ' 3an'ff. lVr'm- of n,,Dr Mo1"1'1 Ci,' Uivs MaVkt. the ten-yearld son of ?" ' v,","- MPn,,a cvfn i'. "rl'Jv?.'lr ,H.n -Howard n.vJBla ha. rented and ..7 'ii' i'-Ll" it" .2" 'ii will farri the lower farm of II. J " "Y.'l'T , '"c lenders, southeast of tovin, this sea hospital in a few days. 4on .i.:0 i ,i ii l:VnJu!, "! -Miss P.lna Williams, who teach atrong hope are new entcrtalneii for Wi E5rorV . .... . . -Mrs. Kllcn Fitrmnurice nnd sen memree jeurcy rniioren. w r.o nave W. j.- anil wjf., fca,c nl0VP)1 to the been so very low- with mining itl. a.t rh Cromfr honlf prthwt o( llr:J?f!ir!- , . .... . Mr. . Carson and children, .-nw iirrsnner i. noi,- rc of xapr, visited Wclnoday ewn and expects to te able to leave the hospital in the course ef n week. Karl Cooper, who ha leen wrestl ing with a genuine case of the grippe, U' now able to wn-e out and batk In tho sunshine. n Citliens of Oregon, Attention! At uneriiitendAit of your Ught and Water Plant, my plans are to try' and each one the best ferrice possible and give all a square deal. At present every" effort Is being made to restore the water r-Icebut JH mhen this will be done, I nm un- bit to My. Itevausc of the expense of rendring Oie water .roams, the . payment of all delinquent accounts. Some time ago the council passed tin erdinanee doing away with the flat te, for light and water. The city rlll furnish a meter on deposit; thlsj ornoait can.oe laKcn uown ai any time. riease report any trouble to me. L J. BUKKGKY, 9upU Jese. Dave and Miss Myrtle Kldr and Mrs. John Iine have movetl from the I I. Mihiio farm, on the road K- veen I orcst tltv ami Oregnn. nait At LEHMAN'S Tttt ir das eul n Mtt kaftlis f fim food, f trvfr J frifliou BrrvQ M stwrt Ms f READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. Ym can mas K.U tv ing with her folks, U 3. Scott and family. 0 Mrs. I.Ida Speer left Saturday for It Went Down. Fairfax, where she will visit a Tew After one of the most pronounced day with her son, The Speer and here for the month of March, the tcm-L. -?nf,anff. little .(iaua:litr of Btratur golnr from 60 decrees on -Mr.james tampbell, is improving In v Wednesday last, March 12, to 29 de- '.,V1' aft,r h"lnC "en creM e Thuraday, 13th a drop of fit l lnx:, , ... , . . . : - vllkln tu-onlv.fnlir knur. Tl,i Mike hOlCi' and Wife. Of NOdlWaV wmrnMat March daj- here was 91 tie- 'P" Sunday with hit folk, Thomaa ttMa on the 29th, in 195, and the wi 'n t Brush College aWaat wm 14 below xero, on the 14th, dwWct iaUt: It WM 90 detrrae on March' Gorge Stroude and Frank Wag tl llild!K la 1907, and 87 on the 22d.,5nr were in SL Joienh, last Thuw- - day. where Frank had bought him a r " I Ford car. - G 4U ty&ZZ. v'fefi! ...r-R. H. Sheffield, wife and Albert " - ' MBHBraER DRUG CO. . -in mn aany t Mtrn of tfce of umm mim- U (tl'l MT'l Kollmer and wife, anent Uw dar. Son. uay, at liie. uyroct WUM BOWK, Mr Forteaeoc . 1 , .; O. W. MiiTleiCV MerUa, Kans tSS aad frimda. " Jka T tadfa of Mm CViMm atsmii wt rtmfOttmrn with Mro. ChM. Bluff City. Herman Clifford was up from St. Joseph over Sunday. The measles are keeping several tt wip honnln ennitinnV. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Crouscr called on Will Kirk. Friday evening. (icorgo Kldcr, our bachelor friend, Is back from the sunny south. Happy llulser papered several rooms ror linnT," rrazirr iasi ween. riifirlv I)nunn went to Mound City, Thuisdny evening, on business. - Mr. ii.ivis. ni at. joscpn, nas uvi-m bossing the fnrm work the past week. Sadie Pmssman sncnt Wednesday Mil with Mnrlorv Ilrook. of Culp. James Conn nml Dave Harbour wore seen on the stnets of our city, Saturday. There arc several very imiusirmun fartner in the neighborhood still gath ering com. .Mrs. Klmer Mke nnd sons, oi ,n pier, visited nt the Schlotilinucr homi-, itin flr.l nf lnt week. Kldon nnd Itnymond wntson. ot Forest City, nre staying with their uncle. Will Kirk, this week. Hnrrlson Vnndcveer went to Sa vannah. Inst Thursday, to see hi mnllirr. who Is In the hospital. Mr. Kollmer, of St. Joseph, came up Sunday ror n visit with his chil dren. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itnv Comer. Mrs. Kobcrt Moore hi at the home of her son, Oscar, helping enre for her irrnndson. who has been very sick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Henry, "f St. Joseph, have been visiting her par ent. Mr. Crnlnim and wife, beforo leaving for their home In Colorado. Mr. W. S. OIITonl. who hnd been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Pcrct, of Oregon, stopped to see the boys on on the rarm and returned home inurs-ilnv. Owing to the measles there wns not so mnny present nt Sunday school. Hut we hope it will be better next Sunday, so every one can come. Mr. Ixunkel. of Forest City, enme nnd took the picture of the school, Fred Slpes going after mm. JAY. o Chns. Ihwcs. of Dlghton. Kan.. Is r."n visiting With his cousin, U I i mt'nghnm, nnd family. - .Mrs. .lonn i osier rctiirreii nome, Walter Hivck nnd family have niojeil Trlday, from week's visit with Mr. theie, where he will work for M'.,m Mrs. J. M. Thompson, of Cnmer Moore this season. I ,,. M. tnnrge .Murray, who formeily: i- w n'Vv famiu. n.l iivi-dai i oriKs, nut now works tor in, , -aro r ,ist . nnd fami v. of Orciror- American Heet Siu-ar Co.. nt l.rn"i visited Sund.iv with John Foster nnd ., i i ..I.,., . .. --- - ... .... siami, .co. lias oven visiiinir wiwi . ruinl'i. his. grandfather, Judge ti. W. Cott.e.i Prank tioU- nnd fnmlly. of For. nml wife, nt rorbes. H.f also yislUM c,t City, nnd Mr. Knimn Orlmes wuii ins uncie, a j. Loucn. ami mm- .pent Sund.iv w lU Knr llenton an, ily. nnd other relatives In this city, l orest Lity lias the m. josepu Tinnsmlssion lights nUiut all Instnlleil. The city council hns certainty" done muic nice work by Installing the lights for the city. They have lights scatter ed nil about the city. 'I he city hns lone very nice worn on tne sireeis in 'he past year. They have kept them up In good shape, the best that could Ik1 found anywhere. Fnch and every one desene credit for the work they have done. -The Hod Cross sale nt the A. J. lenders home. Monday, of last week. was n great succes. The total that they took In was If.o. The Jacob Ford hoe was sold for JlP.f-0. A pa r of goats donated to the Kcd Cns by reter Mps, amounteil to j.t: two iiuck donaieii iy .Mrs. uauie .-anners amounteil to t'2: n Ihn ef corn, donated by Mr. A. J. I-ander. amounted to WW. The expenses of the lied Cross were lll.lft. leaving JNI.S1. Tho Jacob Ford hoe was afterward sent to m, Joseph to hi son, t rntler Ford, who pave the I!e.l Cns i'-0 for It, making In all ?U'J...i total amount receive.1 for the hoe. It Is a pleasure to state that the little sick c rl. Frances, of the A. A. Jeffrey heme. Is steadily Improving, nr.n me doctor nave decided that the trouble Is not meningitis, but a non contagious Infection of the lunes. fob lowing a recent attack of "German' measles. Though the little girl Is still seriously sick nnd requires ettrntlon nignt and day, the family and nclgh- Iwrhood nre greatly relieved by the progress sne is making toward recov ery, and by tho assuranco that the trouble I not meningitis, as her first distressing svmptom led the doctor 10 believe. I he quarantine was rnlsej from the Jeffrey home last Friday. Mr. Marlon Klefcr, of St. Joseph, I nt the Jeffrey home, agisting In the care of little France. - The first rmrtv for the eluhth erade of our school was given last Friday evening. March IB. by the ninth grade class of our hlch school. at the pretty home of Josephine Bir- mingnam. ine recepiicn rooms wore prettily decorated in the ninth grade class color green and gold. Among the many games played were two eon. rcsi, "A norai wedding," of which Fannltf Mills won the oriie. and a nut contest, of which Cora Williams won the pine. Light refreshments, con sisting of ice cream and two kinds of cake, were served; the napkins used aiso camea out tne color scheme. The member of the eighth grade class resent were: Fannie Mills, Gertrude .yon. Maggie Cllft. Dora Hiker. Cora Williams, Wilma Walker, Mar- jone tirodnecK. uonald Shumate. F-ene Hunt, Lloyd Randall. Elijah Alkire; of the ninth grade cms: June Dob- oins, Agnes Baker, Jorephlne Birm ingham, Mabel McGuire. Gladys Stan ton, Lucy Reynolds, Florence Fitx manrico and , Raymd ITennlnc. Other present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Birmingham and family, Eliza beth Reynolds and Elltabeth P. Beeler. DELPHEUS. family .Mr. Jinn- llenton and Hrvnn. of Oregon, nnd Mr. Cassle lender, of Forest City, visited Sunday with Karl llenton and family. .Mr. and irs. uias. vtoiman, Mr. Marry llunna and C'lffonl Hound vis ited at the home of Mr. and Ml. Hen ry Dcirlow, S inday nficrnesn. Marlon Dick nnd family and Mr. Ili'da Deglow and I nwrence. of St. Joseph, came up In their car, Satur day evening anil sinyeii oxer wun mc home folk. Mr. ami Mr. Henry Dc low. and Mis Valht. HrnTY I1I.UK. o 04 Dr. Hess Poultry Panacea. BENN1KGES DRUG Ca Dr. Eama aad wife spot St Pt ricVs Daj wm at Savaaaah with thair ea, Dr. Kay, astd wifa. The doctor oftr mftw iaa mtf,- Drilng Right Ahead. On September 20. 1017. the school patrons of Fnlrview. Lincoln, Nev Point, Marlon. Nickell's Grove nnd Dl ylde schixil districts, having on enum eration of 225 pupils, and nn nsescd valuation of $572,010, petitioned the county uperlntendent of schools, ask ing to vote on the preposition of con solidation for high school m'rpoes, to be located nt New Point. The petition uds gront.il nnd a vote on the propo ltlen wns held S"ovcmler 0, 1017, with the result of 00 to 2S In fnver of consolidation. r lioanl of directors wns chosen. consisting of A. O. Williams. Alf Kun- kcl, for three year; Jnmes Hunts, Mcs ,icnman. ror two year; Roleit llOMvrll. 11. J. Hlllev. for one venr. In December. 1017. the natron of the district voted to bond the district for SIS.OOO. with which to construct n consolidate.) high school building. Jar.- uarj- i-i, ivif. xne bonus were sold nt a premium of J502. l'cbrunry. 1018. the contract for the erection of the school building was let to A. Schraag for $15,840; plumb inc. etc.. S.1.1C0: total rost. tinrwvi. building to lie of brick and location some 50 yards north of the present New Point school. During the month of March mnter lal for the bullillne uu belnc rloltv. crrti.' o Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, the Great Ruler of the universe has seen fit to take from u our worthy brother, C. K. Bucknum; the New Point Lodge No. 473 his lo.t a true Odd Fellow, the community a good citlren, the church a brother. Therefore He It Resolved, That this lodge, extend to the bereaved vMnu. their heartfelt sympathy in this her sad hours of affliction, and that copy of "the same be tent to the widow and a ropy bo spread on the mlautos of this oage. SPENCER BOSWELL, R.U EDWARDS, . J. L. LEW IS. Committee, Bring us your Kodak fiMsUng, HENNINGER. DSUn CA Frank Burger and John-Simmons left Sunday on a posecth tour in and around Holroce. Colorado. Dewey Dodge, of Fores City, Km enlisted In the cnaat artiltery, and left uo away win roar u haaae. aad aaa Witemn Uessid I 9 . W deUeW-Saw. BM wj a, vf. nwnfa. THRIFT ' STAMP Garden Seeds, Onion Sets, Seed Potatoes, Barrel Salt, Brown Sugar, Chick Feed. B M We are sole agents for CHASE S SANBORN'S high grade Coffees and Teas. We give a 26c Thrift Stamp with every $5 00 cash or.der. Moore Grocery Co Satisfaction Guaranteed THRIFT STAMP CO K BEAUTIFUL New Spring Hats They're here! Beautiful new fpr.'nR creations direct from one of Amer ica' crcnt fruhion center, ll'ire you'll surely find Justthe hat tlint strikes your fancy, whether I arse or small, tastefully trimmed in fashion's latest decreo. Dainty little hats for the flow er of tho home, hats for the younp woman hat that fairly radiate with the breath of spring. Charming hats for the woman who wishes to look her bcsti Priced from $1.10 to $3.53 Come and ree thcim METCALPS FORBES, MISSOURI An IntcrrMIng Relic. A hoe made from the ton of an ol.l- fnhloned circular saw maiv than half n century wro, by the late Jncob M. i unt, m. Joepll imnKcr, wns soiii late If for the Ix-ncfit of the Red Cross so ciety nt Porctt Cltw Mo. It hus been broucht to Ft. Joseph bJ 0. I Rich- nnUon, to be delivered to Frailer Ford, son of the dead banker, who of. fercd $R0 for the relic. At the t ale In Forest City It brought M2.7B, maktn the total realized for the Red Cross chanter $112.76. The hoe wns wrnnncd In a flntr. nnd it attracted much attention when car ried through the treets by Richard on. W. II. Wood, of Forest City, late owner of the hoe, for whose father it was made by Mr. Ford, prepared this statement to accompany the tools ( "To Whom It May Concern: I here by certify that the old hoe, sold at the sale of O. A. Williams, on Feb. 27. 1P1S. and now In possess on of the Rci Cross society of Forest City, Mo., Is uir. same noe nintic nooui uie year 1864 by Jacob M. Ford, for my father, Allan C. Wood, the same being made irom an om top saw, w, II, WOOD." S. Joseph Gatctte. Notice to Land Owners In Nodaway Drainage District No. 3. All owners of Innd within Nodawai' Drainage District No. 2, of Andrew and Holt Counties. State of Missouri, are hereby notified that there will lo held n meeting of the land owner within said district nt the Leach Mill, at tho Nodaway river, nt 1 o'clock p. m., Saturday. Jlarch 23, 191S, for thu purposo of electing a mcmler of tra Hoard of Supervisors to succeed C, J, cnorcs, wnose term nas expired. II. T. FLOYD, secretary. Red Cross Auction, The auction sale of the Red rni of articles donated by patriotic citliens of Mound City and surrounding eoun. try, which wm held Saturday of last week. March 16. 1918. was not onK- ,uum in unannai way, DUl socially. Among the .special features ot the sale wm the sale of a pair of socks, the handiwork of Mrs. Jane who will be Wl years of age April J5, A handkerchief, donated to the or ranitatlon by Mrs. Woodroir WUm was purchased by John S. Smith for The total proceeds of the. sale It re- lioncu wuiii reaciunf 11,600, , K. I.. Bruner hM been doliut the Uektt. act at tho Forest Citr 3eot darins tho ut two Weeks whtlTlK Urn day. K. P.'iaaTerr aTMaM HARRY M. DUNGAN. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Located In Probate Judge's Office at Court House, OREGON, MISSOURI. RERT 6. PIERCE DENTIST, OregoD.Mo. OBc la Itat Moors B'lJf; Hours S a. n. lo It m. p. m. 10 p. m. PhonM.Old 91. Mutual IS. PETREE IR0S, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office first door went ofClttMBaBank. UHK.UON. MI8HODKI. J. C. WBiTMEl, a: fMUt MIILMINs, jsxvsyiA'