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FIRST AMERICAN ROYS," FIGHTING UNDER THE STARS
AND STRIPES, TO BE WOUNDED IN FIGHTING THE HUN i 1 llcrp nrp Hip flrt phntniMnphs In nrrlvp In Hie I'nllisl Suites Miimlng .MinTlrtiii snlillers Hniiii'lid In notion on flip wpslern frniit. TIh men iirp; Nn. I l'lntrli- !.'kiT, CMiigni S. .1. I (li-lner, Kiiiimis; Nil ':i -II. V. Ilnr Intnl. I'i'Iit-Iidi ir. III.: Nn. -11". Haley, New Vnrk : X", i !i hikp Ui liner. Siiii Triituleii. The nii'ii nere nil Injnri'il Ml the IiiiIIIp nf I'limbm! mnl nre rei'iii-emtlug ut n I'nrls li-itnl. Pntlnm!' leg miis Mnitli-ii-d ,y n Him bullet when Ilic Atiii'rlriin engineers Jnlmil the llrllMi In ililtliu ml" mi eiii'iny uttni-k nl l.'ntnlind. 1 1 v miis ruptured tijr the (tcrmuns mill lescueil lu hours lulir I.) I he Ittlilsli In n cnuulrr-iittiiek. Ills leg IiiiiI to lie uiiiputiitt-d ut Ui knee. YOUR EASTER SHOES jut THr: KINO YOU'RE THINKING ABOUT v Now Ready Here - Service by Mail Prepaid. V Don't Be Unfair to yourself or yourGovernrncnt, or say you never had an eppar- With the demand for cv llnrniH $.'.0,000,000 Duiinp tli month of Jnnunry, $11, TKT.niT wnro paid nut to farmer of tlio Unltpd States by tin; Federal land hank on long-time l)rt mortgage lunns, according tu n stnti im-tit by the Federal Tnrni I .nan linnnl. On Tcbnmry I, the tntul amount f moiipy mild out to farrnprs since Hid establishment pf the Tedrrnl Inid banks wax $r0.7K2.4:t'J, coviTlnir- I.Ol'O minis rmseii. i uc ioiiii amount . tuntlu loans npill(il for up to February 1 luniiy. ....... i.ii r.'.n nui I... i to. I M IIS l,'OI, I I lllVBt lillOtl ila.'l , , . w ttppiicationn. erylhlng you can raise on a farm Noiir.- oMCipdion. Jfar-and-away ahead of Iho sup Notlcp In hcrpliy Riven, tlmt nn flec tion will lie lielil In tho city of Oregon, Mo., on Tuesday, April U, HUH, for Hip purpose of electing n mayor, ono alderman for tlio east until, one nl dormnn fur the wont until, iiml a city marshal, cucli to servo a term of two yearn. (SKO. It. MUltltAY, Mnyor. V 507 Felix St. St. Joiepb, No. Member Retail Merc'nta Au'n Railroad Farca Rebated. Train or pao. For Salo Slnglo Comb llrown Leghorn eggs for hatching. Mrs. Net on Noland, Oregon Mo. Farmers' riionc. Mrs. I.loyil Hankers, of Corning, ulin wns oncrntcd on Inst week, la rn- ported nn doing ns well ax could bo oxpoctcd, but not yet beyond tlio dan ger line. T. W. Burke, of Mound City, wan here Monday, shaking hnndii with old ucuualntances. He In a fellow that ono always likes to mcct-gcnlol and com panionable, Claud Williams, of Mound City, was hero Monday, on Important tele phono business. Claud has II host of friends down this way, who arc always glad to see him. Kd Watson Is back from his Col orado prospecting trip, and while ho saw some fino country, ho says he nev er leaves home but that ho Is always glad to get back. The campaign to raise n second $100,000,000 has been announced by tho American lied Cross forJhe week beginning May 6. To date nearly $00,000,000 has been appropriated for reljef wor o ,Ws cty onn nf their annual dances at the For est City Hall, Friday evening, of last week. This was ono of the most suc cessful dances of the season, a largo crowd being in attendance. Bess Brantley, viollni Leone Morgan, piano, both of St. Joseph; and James Ros tock, traps, of Oregon, rendered the fnllmvlnir numbers for the evening! One step, We're Going Over wait, Hawaiian Dreams; one-step, Sailing Away on tho Henry Clay; fox trot, t Huckleberry Flnns-walti, Bine Rose .IWaJU;,- one-step. Buddy; tap walta, All th World will Be Jealous of Me: fox trot, At the Dark Town Struttera ' Ball; 'one-step, Down South Every- tvvlv'. Hannv; waltl. Tha Hlsaouri Walta; one-step, Camouflage; waltx, Jteraoriea. ply and prices higher than ever before, all renters, farm haruts and those with limited capital who know a good thing on sigh! and tuniiM llbn in turn ffirmap .Still Sounding 'Km. "u"'" "nw ,w -" The draft board is still i busy exam- should get busy and cash in on InliiL- t ip i 111 ft lei; utiunts. and homo " ' l'J5 hnvo thus far hcen ixninlmd. Tliv ikiq rhanpf nf n.llfo.tlmn hnfnrn bonnl et!nmtps that nliout 80 permit Jnls cnancc 01 a-IHO'Iimo UOIorO of thoc thus fur will puns the rciiulred'u i. , .l physlcnl tt. and this county will onlyi " IS 100 late, help Win 1(10 W3r have to ftinilfli four for Hip coll to li , , , , ... ana nerp inemseivos at ino sanio timo. Tell mo how much you can Invest, what you want to raise, whether you would prefer to livo in Colorado, Wyoming, Montana or Nebraska, and I will tell you how you can homestead a whole section of land or secure an im proved farm on mighty easy and attractive terms! Sit right down and write me today there's no t'mo to lose if you are to ge started thls'spring. S. B.How ard, Immigration Agent, Room 139A Q Building. Omaha, Neb made ne.t Friday, March ii For Side A good work mare. Cull on or nildren Wurrle Walker, OrcKon, Mo. Fir Snip lied Tolled bull cnlf. S. M. COFFMAN, Forest City, Mo. liouta No. I, (!co. S. I.ukens and I.uther Daw son have returned front a btiblness trip to McAllcn. Texas. Freeman (ilrnn, of Kansas City, wns here over Sunday, tho guest of his brother, Charles, nnd family, near New Point. Mrs. Unlit. Itussel, of Upper Holt, nnd daughter, l.etn, were hero for tx day or two tho past week, vlnitlng relatives. A full lino of Roster Canls, llonk cts. cam es. canny i.krs. linu bits. Chicks nnd Ducks and Kastcr Tovs. nt tho Var ctv Storo. I no county scnooi oircciors nciu their annual meeting hero Saturday, Murch 10. County Superintendent Al' brta Green-Murphy tells all about It clscwhero In this issue Mrs. II. V. Kvcrds, who has been here for several weeks, with her par ents, Dr. F. K. Markland and wlfo, left Tuesday of this week for Dca Moines, Iowa, whero she will Join her husband, and whero they will moko their future home. DwlKht M, Meyer, wlfo and llttlo daughter, Mrs. India Trice and MIsg Bess Meyer, motored to St Joseph, Tuesday, returning in the evening. Memvay Hoover, wire ana daugh ter, and J. C. Meyer were St. Joseph visitors, Tuesday of this week, going via tho auto route. Forest City. Lodge, I. O. O. camo un Wednesday evcnlmr of last; wecK ana conrerrca me nrsc degree for Oregon lodge, and it was a splen did piece of work. The following evening, Oregon lodge returned uo visit and conferred the first degree for that lodge. They had a great, good time. Walter Meyer says his wife haa an eye on the financial end of the household, as she presented him with his second daughter, on March 13, which, means an additional Income ex emption of 1200 yearly. Walter now haa two a-lrla and a BOV. aad Dr. Bill- lock, who waa there, aaya pair of queens la worth holding any tune. Dependency Discharges. A statement by tho Trovost Marshal General shows that of 8G9.1C0 total discharges for dependency 743,141, or bo.ou per cent, were lor wire or who and children; widowed parent, 0.51 ner cent: Infirm parent. 5.75 ner cent motherless child. 0.00 ner cent: minor orphan brothers and sisters. 0.58 per j., 1 cent. Of the total of 1 .057.1503 men cert! fled for service in the National Army 418,309, or 39.50 per cent, are listed aa involuntary conscripts those who failed to appear or filed unsuccessful claims for exemption or discharge. Voluntary conscript those who filed no claims for exemption or discharge numbered osii,vo4. ' Q . Dan Bunta, of Mound City, and hla family ware her Monday, enjoy' ing m visit with his father, August Bunts, and wifa. Dsn was busy shak ing hands with everybody ha rut, just una aii poiiucai canuaatea ao. EDERAL INCOME TAXIN BRIEF The Requirements Boiled Oc.vn lor Busy Folks. Returns must lie llled on or lirfurv April I, HUH. Tiix due mnjr hp pnld nnw or on or 11'fiirp.liiin- t.'i. ItUS. If jiii iirp hIiikIp ond your net In rump fur HU" hiis $l,l0 or mure joii iiiiiiI tile n return. If ini itp nmrrleil nnd IMhk with ttlfe (or lintiiiid) nnd Imd n net Its- inn f J'J.miil or more fur HUT yJ iiiii-I flip n return. Ilu-liiilid's nnd wlfp's Income mint I u-Meni! Jointly, plus linonie of iiiltmi I'Mlilrrn, Inii'tiip nf n mlnnr or InPninpetetil. Ii'tlicil fnMii ii n'parnte pHtntP. iii'i'l In- ri'iried by Ills lemil reirrcntn ltp. Spitp iK'iiiiltlissnrc pnnMeil for llmp ulin lifclrct or I'MHle tin' law. Fur lnp nr frniiduli'iil return Hhtp n ii H'linlly lint Pleredlim $S.ml tlni' r )rnr liiiprlfeiuiiient, or Imlh. ptu lim per I'i'tit, nf Ins. nr fnl ur to itiske return on or l.i f.np .prll I, UU8, lino Is from f'.D In .t.il. iii f0 per rent, of tat iIiip. Ili'llirm tiuiKt lie flkil nltli Hip Col lector nf Intermit llevenup of district In ulileli Jim Hi. An uceiit tuny file return for a per- mm ulm Ik III, ulment from the country nr nllii-rwlip liKiipneltuliil. Kmli rrliini mint be stcneil nml sworn or ntllrinvil ny person cwm t i- It. I Slmilp pprn nre nllowpil $I,ik)1 M-tiiiiMi In cniupiitlnK tinrinnl tux A mnrrliil tipisnn ll intr witn whoi (nr liusliilliil) Is llllimnl $'.'.) l PXiiiiP' lion, plus f'JiH) for eaili ilipiniK-iit . rlilld lllnler IS. A h I of fnmlly. Ilintudi sIiicIp. I" nllnwiil r.'.imi) pieinptlnu If ni'lunllyl iiplsii Inn nop nr innrp relntUe. i Iteiurii must slmw tlip entlri' iitnnmit nf i-nriilui:. Kiilus iilnl prnllls nsi Iih ilurlin: Hip pnr. ntlli'liils mnl i iiiplnjees nre imt lnjn hip mi the mlnrli ir wiifps nip-M 'l frntn ii stntp. -niinty, vlly nr town In llip I'iiIIpiI Hlutp. Interest nn otnto nnd inillilelpnl .nii.N Issin-il wllliln Hip II. S. Is i' iiiipl from fiilernl Ineniuo tux nml hlinlllit he nuitttpil, I Inierist nn I'nltpil Slnte coeni I tin-lit Imtiils Is nlsn rxptnit, rwpl nn Initlitiliinl linlillni: of l.lln-rly Fnurs In pxeess nf ."i.(ss par vnlnp. J IMvlilenils nrp lint snlijort to nnrnml ' tnx, but tiiust ho ri'iirtrd nml tnrluiliil III net tin nine. ilfl mnl leirnrles nre iml Iiiiiiiiip nml sliniiM lint hp Included mi Hip rp turn of llio lieliellelury. I.I f ii Insiimnrp received n n lienn llelnry nr ni prptnliitu paid hoik nl maturity or surrender of mllcy Is nut Ineniiip. Payment reeeheil for rent or per sniial pmpprty sold I imt Inennip. 'Inn llip prnllt ri'iilli'd Ihcrcnn I luiniin' fnr Hip i'iir nf snip. Ainniinis r Ivpd In pnjinput nf miles nr tunrlpivi' la lint Ini'niiiP, lull Hip Intprest nn such iintes or mort I'liuex Is Mixnhlp Ini'niiiP. I'rniii Hits enllrp crnss Inennip eer tnln ntlmviitiees tiro iniiilp In nrrliln: ut the net Imiiuip. Nci pssary eiensnelnnlly paid In Hie rnmliii'l nf IiiisIiipss, trmlii nr pro fpsslnu may lip rliiliiieil. A fanner can elnlui pnymenls for labor, seed, ferllllier, Htix-lc feed, rn pairs on liiillillncs, i-xrept his ilnelllni;; I'ppnlrs nf friiees ami farm niaeliliipry, mnterliiN mid unall tonls fnr liniiiidl ntp lisp. TIip niniiunt of rent pnld for n farm may also lip claimed us n tenant farm er's expi use. I'a.vineuls for live stork am allow a hip If houuht fnr rpsale. Ilul If li'iui'.ht fnr lii--t-iliiiR purpnses rnltlp nru nn In vestment, nut an expense, anil ruiiunl lie allowed, A stiirekeeper ran rlnlm ninnuiits pnld fnr nilvertlslnir, rlerl; hire, tela phniip, w nler, Hiiht nml fuel, nlsn ilrny iip nml freight hills and cost nf op eratliiK and repnlrlnK wni;oiis mid trucks. A physician con rlnlm cost of his professional supplies, rent, ohlco help, teleplmnp, expense of temn or nutnnio lillo used In mnkliiR professional culls mid expenses ntlemlliiK meillcnl con vi-mlons. , A dentist enn claim slmllnr Items, except team nr nuto expense, which urn not necessary In his profession. Expenses Unit urv personal nr con nected In nny wny with tho support or well helm; of u person or family are not alluwulile. The costs of machines, Instruments, vehicles or Implements Hint nro more or less permanent In chnrnctcr nre not allowable as nn expense. They ore In vestments. Interest pnld on a mortgage nr other personal hiilchteilness Is ollownulo on a personnl return. All taxes pnld within the yenr enn be taken out on a federal return, ex cept federal lurnino taxes, Inheritance taxes and assessments for local Im provements. losses sustained In business or liirnuuh fire, storm or shlpwrock or by theft, except when compensated by In surance or otherwise,, Wear and tenr of rented buildings or machinery used In business may be cln lined. . Vou can also claim' the amount paid to the'Red Cross and to otherefcarlU bit, religious or educational orianlsa - Uon to the extent of 15 par cant; of your net Income, ONCE MORE You know more about EXCELO OOEFEE by this time, if you haven't used it ask some one who has; just as good a coffee as put in cans, regular 36c. Friday aitd Saturday Only 3 35c cans Excelo Coffee for - - $1.00 1 can FKEE with every dollar's worth. CASH FOR EGGS. Cash For Hides Harvey Evans "HKMAUIMTY AIX Till'. TlflH." Cash For Eggs The Leader We Ncfr Misrepresent Our Goods The Leader Do you realize that there are Only 10 Days Till Easter 'lis nn old saying that "an enrly I'astcr mentis nn enrly Spring" nnd if tlmt is true, it is now high time for the Indies to Hive onrncst-thoiiRht nnd attending to "sotucthlntf new" to wenr for Knitter. Something that will he new, fresh nnd nttrnctive in the line of excellent rendy-to-wenr Kiirnicnts, nnd nlso n mntter of course, a new Spring lint. At this time n New Suit, n New Cont, n New Dress, n New Wnlst or n New Dress Skirl, should look very inviting to you We will he greatly pleased if you will come nnd per' mit us to show you our splendid gnirr.cnts of which we have such lurgc nsKcrfnu nls. We feel ute you will he much impressed nnd grenlly plensed hy our showing of splendid garments. CO.", lo fill Felix Sis. ST. JOSKPIl, .MISSOURI Wo llelinte Ilallroad Tares nnd Automobile Tares. ' orisons kit ih A unit . 3 liusiie J "i Cty must i-hnt them up mid keep them . Wi-, i'" i,ut up until Hip tmr Charley II. Tnylnr, the nutniio blip fixer, fins located nt Torcst City, nnd nre Kind l Imvo lilnilown til i wnv Tor Snl rlttvnl Sl-Pil .. . ..... t;all or impress jpsso mm, un-i;ra, a .MO., ItOUlC I. Tor .Salt A Rood cp.in of youni; work mines, welcht 1100 lbs; well mnl. ed and sound. Address llnrry 1.. Ueir- ow, I-orhes, Jlo, r-lloiner llijior, in uiiib Kjny, m IihIp over Sunday, c-njnylnir n visit with his friend, J. A, Mlllltfiin, Cook & Vuster s iniirlilnlft, Adjutant. -IV- llaled Alfalfa Hay fur Sale. Delivered by bate or ton. J. II. I1INDK, OicRon, Jlo. hud the measles, and ho was down to St, Joneph Monday, going under treat ment with Dr. I'roud. . Tor Solo A few Dtiroc tried sons and Kilts ! Immune; bred to farrow In March ond April. 11. li. ll.ldiut; a fiUIM, Doth rtiones Torcxt Cltv, Mn Klvls Meadows and wife, of near Mound City, nro both at, Kxcclsior Springs, being suirercrs from rheu matism. Wo hope to soon learn of their Improvement and return home. Unless people nro more careful in burning their trash, both on city lots or on farm places, you aro going to hear or tlio burning or somo nice nomo or big bam, and perhaps somo livestock. Klby McNulty, who Is represent ing tiieLiiarttoru AutomoDiie insur- unco Co., was hero Tuesday, looking after business. Ho was accompanied by O. M, Watklns, tho company's sncclal ncrent. more or less. We will pay 4e per IbJ cash or 4e in trade on account, tor straight one color white or yellow. Mixed colon of mixed com, 2c per lb. II ring In any amount you have, from 6 IDS. Up. '1UB VAMl&l'X BTUKK, Orefon, Mlaaoari. Mnnnv (a Tnrt tm Raima Itiiw rower baa option to pay put ar all of principal at any time. Ifoat Usaral Urma aver afforded. jGau, write w pkoas to u, Coata yea Mtadacj aaTaa ram suwon loan A'Tnu oa. usneat over nesnrsr vaaar Mac, MaryrHyf, Hiaawiii Try Wright's Ham Tickle for your Attention, Comrades) hams. It will imikp n v;rv llm; st'j-'W Menders of Mi ycr Tost will meet at cuie. iirndeet. si.ld by 1.. .). H , uf , ,1, n0,yn,, on Satur- -Mrs. Nevn N c iolMin, nf O ma ul, ,, . j,nrc, z 1()IB ,,. m. A!1 Is l.eie lit tl.P li'ilsl. p f her innthet, nrc llr(.,., , bo pVc,ont. .hit. .niiiKiiii-i ..iu.m...., s. :.IOK(iAN. JALU1I KINli. Sr. Vice. Not Ice. All pcrsmw keeping chickens In tho Into garden stulT U CITY MAUSHAU At tlio ('hnrley Drunks snip, Tues- ltiv- nf this u-ni-k. spril emn lirouirht Mnml.. ,,t Mnt-iM. I'ntl wilt meet f en Ml l till i.ri- Inwlw.l tomorroi, Sntunhiy, Mnrcli 2:1, at tlio I I'urp llnrrcd Hock I.'ggs, per set home of I). T. Diihyns. Dnn llurrler ting, $I.MI. Cnll on or address Mis. wants tho boys to meet with him on Arthur Miller, Oregon, Mo., It. fi, In- prll -7. ilepi-mienl pnonp, p::. Ceoriro Wntson Is having moro ot Tho Ladles Aid Spclety of thn less troulilp with his throat since ho Christian church will hold their annual Taster Snlo of linked Goods nnd Uon- nets, Saturday, March :), 1U1H. Tho Sentinel sends Its congratu lations to Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno. W. Smith, of Corning, who, on March 11', celebrated their golden wedding. .Miss Kate Murphy, tho profes sional nuio" of St. Josenh, who has been In charge of the Chnrley Huck- man case, rcturncii to iter Home, Mon day of this week. sirs, u. v. vaugnn ami ner snh'ghllv little daughter, who huvo been visiting with Mrs. Albert Maikt ond Mrs. Tress Vincent, left Wednes day for their homo In Hale, Mo. corporals iiowuni Allen ami uuy Drown, of this city, who enlisted In the St. Josenh truck company, aro here on a ten days' furlough, and nro looking every men mo bohiict. rney aro both fine specimens, and of course, have no idea -when they nro going; "over there." Ed Kramer, nronrletor of tha Auto SaleS Co., accompanied by Mer cer Hlnde, Ebcr Sherman, Fred Fan cher nnd W. A. Hojslck, left Saturday of last week for Flint, Michigan, and will return with five Buick can. Ter hune ft Young, of Mound City, also sent a delegation at the same tune. Frank Walker, prominent in school affairs at Btgelow, waa here attending the county meeting of school directors, held Saturday. Mr. Walks sent their 3 daughter, Mildi& along to look after her papa, and MUdredp realising tha sit of tha ioby brwagfct har. ehamr Dorothearfiriaraaan, along to help har in the task. Ther cot kirn baak hoana i aii ngni.