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1 V" The Moot Important News Condensed 1'rom I lie trading Paper, by A. At Jeffrey. Shortly nfter tilrilirtt recrntlv. fuc of unknown nilgin ipjtropl two barns, fix horse and !IK) huid.els ef grain on the Dave .Mitchell fiuni, near Skiilmorr. II I if ty patriotic young women of JMnryville linvn formed the "llulnei Girls' l.enguc" and hnve turned farm erettes nrter twiiklng Iiouiii. Alrend; one acre of ground has been donntel for their use. The girl will work li HUiul of eight, say the Daily Tri liune, nml will take their turn at planting, hoeing nnd weeding. Kiieh Mpind Ik to be dii-eetetl by a enptain unu no suifKer will lie alloweil. The only road project to bp nub initted to the U. S. Government lit Clay county thin year will lie thai rounty'n portion of the Jeirerwn Highway, tthirh in the road from Mnilhvillo to .North Itiuira City. Nu llonal niinrovnl of the coiiirWti,m . thin road i aked on the bnsl of on stlmatnl rod of t:iri.liT. 1 1, yiit's tin. Liberty Ailvnnre, one-half of that to no (niiii i i lay county from the n', 01 iioti.i, nnd the 1-imnlndcr thai i-itinlly by state and nation, I he teaching of the German Inn gunge i to be diKrotillmietl. boll, l.ilK'rty nnd llelh.ui, In neconlat'te wiiii unanimous ml mil of the kIioi board in thoc title. Crencli u p.'tiilrii will take the plnre of the bat eil InniruiiL'e of tin. L mir. ii liini.iii. I. tthuh moie romiunmu to muiilir h.ve liern Klten than any other Inngunge uii i i run, fUy, lu nt.iany 11 pubbenn. .11. """"'bei' already Inter PKted In the pioj.i l of siriiring ii fur, ligeiit nml in Impiovmg the mi'IiiI ne, inisinei lulvaiitr.g,, of Harrison 1'otinty farm coiMiiiiiiitlrr. H.i. Mm (ount) l-'nim II..,. on hn Ml in ki in a niemiieiiiiiip ,ir l.liifi, nnd iirronlinK to the l!..U,ai,y Republican ..... - . R to reacu teal maik In ten. flay dilve. The conlnitlon of a noble impulse lllujtrntiil at the Ited Cro- ,nle ... .'. .iriiin in-t week, utile I r. luugetio (io,e contributed to the nP . i i i ' "ff M'lilly own mid only doll mid Trunk (ii.ttnunti Ph.iiiptly paid V, for it and Kate" Lack J.i it brute itl(. owner. to bi n Hit linn. Ini-wnter. of .d.rtv, ll('lilll.l 111 I'lLr. 1,. I ' ...... ii """ii jnrii mi.i cute Miie. He nftorvuhl sat on the "-nil nii.1 contemplated . ttmk of ;, ."" """ wium imte t ioiik it he lime tte l M...,lt had . ,1(lt ,? ! -lily noticed that hi pocketl k mid I..I..I I f i '" . r"n "- ere heip. my the Advance, nnd !alh detidvd.o ti.t lherV.,f"i,.. mi.i k ,m ic "f Iuu"" Uiu t,u u"iTt.T-' ,,r"-(,,,,,".l'' In thin cotintiy '. .' imnn mule." .1..-!, I i.-i.. l!ir. . ..in "" ter l ii,.. . . . " 'JV""-'.1"1'' I"ve made .... .... , ,,,,. ,., , i-,,i(.rt lori i'l UyHSt i i""!""'""'! lo ioiii I' atte i:Tlr:,r $ ',m!m tr rock ml ... .ii I oi I..IH to .".'mini,, innjiirity wn ...... i,. Miriiniiimi. "in "i"iion, ON GUARD! voted IliSil. A i niTPKnary to i lie iowiik. ,.v. for the hund. . I. IT., a I... . , "(T.'itiM them. i i , without perwuia hiirm t.i ho rider. Ik lecorde'd by tie I.I ,'itv Advance. Il.ir..il... m...: ' Ink' her Hue miool when iy X railille the miimaf puny to Sunday in,.. ,..i ..r . . -".I'l'vn mi i, in. i. , . . "i, l. Hew I "i hucii a way that the other n-l penetnjted t. imnyV " , ,,i rnUM, denth by Mmllnl,, a few , mil! A Knod-iiiituied Athim couiily fnrmer U ojrerinif a ivwm, for th ri'turu of ,Ik llMer. Tlie imllto m,. iiouniement pilntnl In the Slate .t. I eral.l. Ik iik follow: "Will the man who bori.med my ,ter aill fll ,,, plow out hiK potatoes pleai-e letuin It and receive lewnrd? It. K. Miller" "r s !,n,l 'l'l'i' for elKh ears of your bt n, C1)rn, , be Kh npe.1 by epreM under u ilouble valuat on." came ftoni an IIHnoU buy. er Inst week to lleit McMillan, wfm liveK Ulfl ovee I in lm.. I., hi ..; from the home or Kditor SniiKer. of the K ate Line Herald, at Hlnnrlia.Vl. . ,. you rant rii iicrosK, come ..', i V1 X?Kan I rcntoirK i 1 ; "r "m" LUxTty Loan Kditor l!oKcrK uwd tlilx loean In loiiiit nico nix-point da; iiiiumii anil on even- liepubllcun ilurlnc mean In uhIiph in every i. ..nr.. r ... ...... uiu, ini-Kiy iiepuiil the drive. Overcome by the tvanderlupt thn o" LT '", 1 '"I ,'ln,,.;i I'1""1 ' Tici" ton "departed hence" the other nlKht, ttlthout mi much us naylnif koinMivo to Kditor iiricirK. wim w. ,,i.n.;.i Vi.: next day to make u hurried trip to ............ V,.., ,i, rruitii oi more print' crs probiib v of the .' Mnkinir .I.IIR' i i i . i'm.....- iiiiiivtiiiiei fall', which nmounted to $188.24, thn Camplirc Glrla. of Tn'nton. made $SS net profit for the local Ited Crews chapter. The sales tvero of candy, (rum, mints, etc.. the mrini i.t.. umlshcd the Klrls by the Christopher Thurbcr Grocery Co. at a special price. The sales were made on tho nvreei in one nay ny 4M Rirln, and av craee, C5 sales for ear), crlrl When $99,000 was asked of Mer cer county as their quota of the Third Liberty Loan for ono month, more than twice that amount, or $202,000 was raised In one day, reports the I'rlnce ton Post. Enumerating eight rood and 6uf flclent rcasoaa for their action, tho banks of Meroer county annonnce ta the Trinceton Tost that after May 1 they will absolutely discontinue tha praci.ee or cashing checks on over drawn accounts. Before daylight, April 0, tho Bey Scouta of Princeton, woke the patriots of that town with horns, drums, belli and nans and enabled them to start the Third Liberty Loan campaign with HO CHIt, IN AL1ANV KMICHf RBOCKtP poess WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR In 177Q. tho Amiricau Colonies fouffht to establish the Free dom of which oui Flag is the emblem. In 1812, wo fought under tho Stars and Stripes to establish tho freedom of American sailors on the high seas. In 1861. tho Stars and Stripos led brothers to battle against brothers in a struggle todotormino whether a democratic form of government should enduro in a Groat Nation. In 1898. the Battle Ory of Freedom was raisod once more, and under tho American Flag wo established froodom for Cuba And now -lot us hopo for the last time, comos tho call to bat tle. Our Flag, that has never been unfurled save in the causo of Liberty, calls us again to fight for freedom. Not Alone for our own freedom and that cf our sons and daughters, but it is for the Froedom of the world that we fight today. Wo all can flht, whothor or not we avo able to boar arms. The American dollar is tho weapon wo all may use to wage war against tyranny Our surplus monoy loaned to the Govern ment in tho name of our Flag can win this war for Freedom. Let Us Buy Our Bonds Now, This space is patriotically contributed by HENNINGER DRUG CO., Oregon, No. Urli n llililiil ruidi Hint IN iiiiota, Princeton nearly 1IIMIIK tlll.lMIII II,' Mead of Wi.mill. "If Sam wants nny mole, let UK know." wn the idnir.'m. Ill the lnriroj.t rlim i.vi.r ,.m. pletlmt the hlKll Mhool rouiyo lit I ronton, fifty-two Ktiiilentv will ,.- veite their diplomas May li, mik the .. .i...ii. ..I., I'oiir lllirtloneeiK ilihllhl vinir nueli wit Unit they hroucht tears to ll.e M'K ol iter licurer. look unit hi lIlclimonU H Hei l;ros kiiIo nml ,m iiouiii on moie iiian lion M'parate article.-, which Included, says tho Itlch mond MiKrourlnn. chickens. mi.. '1,'LV. butter, iiotatoes. corn. Hour. meal, hay, lioj;s, sheep, one hnri"?, I'emocraiie rooMers. li lat leror imili'. evervtli IIL'. I lie nroroei n.in.i,..l 2,IMH). I.ten the hens are mlveil In Hk.Ii. iiuk nes ny UH-j-o war I lino, says the Itii'hinoud MisMiurian, for one of Juilfp .Mi'tiniiKh's hens laid nil cue shupi'd for all the world llki- n dipper irourd. .Never WHS the Itnv rimnlv rnrn.. rV plow liecn swn runnliiK so cloc ' in nces us now. The Itayltes IP cutting out the lllllOi li.ili-l,.. nn.l Kfiihlilnir out the buckbrui-h and tho nnnrs unii air null nir the , . ,,ri.. work, savs Jeu. ll Mm.'. i it liichmond Mifotirian. If the (lowers of n benltli result re tii be Juihfcd by the vlirnr of Its iwn rltlzens, IaccIsIoi- Knrines ba coiniM'litlon backed oir the iiiup. rle Tom I'nore. of tlial nlace. u '''nr; 'f nire, the other day, relates the Dally Call, and in honor of that vein no ami Arthur itoliorts look a lent ride on Wales lake. Jut in low how friskf he was. ITnl T..m UIIIIK'd out of tile Iinnl kwIiii. In so dolnir lie ovn turned tin. Hat nml Kavc IiIh coiupnnlon a ilurk- TltO fill Well nn llrwtf U.tV U liny county, has ienetrnted to 1,200 Met. nnd Still thorn In nn rill rnnnrt Old Chip to the Richmond Misiourlan. lut KOI) feet of additional drillinB hai ooen added to the contract, nml iim work will continuo to a depth of L'.OO'j feet. Home surgery in the apparently April Is Wire Your House Month. If tour home l not ttpilpiifd fur IMcr trie sertlre, hate it wired in April, he. fore hiniM' rlennlni; lime. Yonr bouve ran be wired now without Incontrn. Ii iue to )oii, and nt a trry reiiHonable cot. The current )our lampi ue ! not exp. iii.lte an ordinary household sie electric lamp will col n trifle liter O.MMIALK t'K.NT PKIt IIOl'M. SPECIAL OFFER an r.i.mmc ikon I'lti.'i: city unlejs vncelnatiil, nenrly one bun l-nl pupils nit' not (n attendance be eaere pnients refuse to have them viiii'innliil. At tin; end of the second week of the free corn te.tln ttoik, boine; dnnn b the IiIkIi schiml students nt Mary. vill. the station was running at full rapacity for the llrst time. The sli; nllU'ance of this will be seen when the statement Is minted from the llally Trlliuiie that the capacity of the sta lion Is 100 hushi'Ii ii day. and that farmers lire now brinirlni; coin n fust as ll ran be tested. All other schools In the county nn- similarly active, and it Is bi'lleveil that n large part of tho corn planted in that county this spring will havr been tested. The- doctors of Hock Port nnd vl rlnlty, ncrordini; to the Tarkln Avn lanche, report un unuiunl iiuiiiIkt of pneumonia rases, many of them re sulting from attacks of Liberty incut. les. Why Not Intesllgate Onteopalhy If you are in search of health, nnd If you have some time to spend in search of liinlth, give tho mutter the same comnion.senso consideration you would give uny other investment vnu are thinking of making. Investigate tho diirerrnt systems of healing. Co to the Osteopath, the Homeopath, the Eclectic, and the Alio, path; have each one tell you tvhat he llnils ttrnni! and what Is the rnnse. Have each one tell you tvlmt his theory On all house wiring orders secured under our "A I'll 1 1. Wild: VOI It IIOI'SK n.AN" we will Kite ou a guarantPtfl WestlnBlmuse fi-pound of disenso is, and Just hoif his treat Inni ntCK.. May we send a repn-"nt may bo expected to reach the senlatitp lo see ton about (17 I !.'T "I"' , c,novu . J .tlada and Type "C Krcr rt' Lamps for sale at the odlcr. nrnals of cerain sltr, St. Joseph Transmission Co. OHFX.O.V, MO, I reason deride vour choice of school nn Nllroicen 'u would decidu uny other Important investment. So other school of medicine or sys. teiu of healing but tho osteopathic ad Justs tho body structure and corrects Uio displacements and mabadjust nientH of tho bones. The osteopath examines the body us skilled me chanic would examine n pleco of do r.w.lwn in..l.l..n Ult.l. .lA...,,...l the Dally Argus, nnd the reservoir Is knowleilgo of anatomy he locates Uio to bo completed in time to catch tho. displacement and mal-adjustmcnt of I inn oouy s partu ana he adjusts them tviut ins nanus ny mechanical princi ples. Osteopathic treatment secures fall rains. Kor the ith time a man with a stricken conscience, evidently residing In .St. Joseph, has sent crisp nctv greenbacks to Ed Skinner, secretary of the Harrison County Farmers' In surance Co., nt lletliuny, says the lie publican, until these anonymous re mittances have reached the amount of $400. Crushed glass tvns found in can ned spinach at Itlchmnnd recently, ac cording to tho News. Tho canned goods was tho product of n factory In Ohio and a thorough investigation has been ordered by tho government of-flcluls. Three big corn cribs owned by as many dlirrrent men, near Long Ilranch. tvero destroyed one night last week, by (Ires occurring at almost the sumo time, nnd supposed to have been started by (, V. W. or pro-Herman Incendiaries. The total loss reached .1,500 bushels. The lurgest dahlia farm in Mis souri Is located at Liberty, soya tho Advance, and is operated uy two local mull carriers. Tho last tobacco Bale of tho sea son at Dearborn included 47,140 pounds, says tho Democrat, which av ernged 23.94 a hundred pounds, and brought a total of $11,290.70. niucgrass pasture Is reported un usually hard to secure In Clinton county this spring. According to the Flattsburg Leader, the prevailing ren tal for such pasturo now is 5 to $7 an acre. As the result of an order bv tha Chllllcotho board of health that no harmless form of rrmovlnir it mm from one of his toes, opened tho way ror blood pulsonlng and cnused tho lEayville, last week. Ilonkins townsl.l is $.10 greater and the hank bnlanco ..' ". " man who owns land near llnliklnu tr.,1 u...nllnu ,. ' v . . v """ih-t, uii on account of a certain hedgo that was not trim rneil according to law. The Maryvillo iiiuunu iniunaies mat similar lines are soon to ho Imposed, unless the hedge fence law Is strictly obeyed in .Nodaway county. Since tho clock was turned for ward one hour there has arisen a new iin uiem ut l oriescuc. The young folks Just run't get homo by 10 o'clock. ut. 'ck-scr has found n plun that brings her girl homo on schedule I me. In case tho girl stays out luter than 10, she Is required to mako tho !''hf "It for three mornings thereafter, nils has the desired result, says the correspondent of tho Mound City Ncw-s-jcltcrsonlan, and now it only jv mulns for some wise ncrxnn tn iuim un equally successful treatment for wiu uuys. An order from Uurllngton Rail' way hcadquartera was received at Drooklleld last Wednesday, calling for the construction there this summer of ?i'r8?. "feToir on land owned by we syllway company. The dam will be SO feet high, built of reinforced concrete and will form a reservoir covering 40 acres and capable of hold ing 2S.000.000 gallons of water. Thn cost of this work will be $27,000, says children shall attend school In that normal activity of the blood and ner vous system and these in tum nourish all of tho organs properly. This means that every structure docs Its appointed task and harmony prevails. Physiological harmony spells health. Health Hints, No. 1, Scries A. L. McFALL, Osteopathic I'hyslclan. The Kaiser's Sisters. Princess Victoria, wife of Prince Ailolph, of Schaumburg-Llppp, and one of the four sisters of the kaiser, is S2 years old, Sho was named after Long her grundmothcr, Queen Victoria, of r.ngiunn. i nncess victoria was mar lied In 1890, but has no children. Tho eldest of tho kaiser's sisters, Princess unarloiie, married rrinco Iiemhard, of Saxc-Mclnlngcn In 1878. The most famous of tho kaiser's sisters is So phia Dorothea, who in 1889, became tho brido of Crown Prince Constantino of Oreccc. and was iiucen of tho Hel lenes until tlie overthrow or tho dyn asty last year. Her adoption of tho Greek-Catholic faith was verv ills. tasteful to tho kaiser, and for years they remained aloof from each other, but oil that changed when war broke out and Sophia became her brother's niost valuable agent in preventing tho entrance of Grceco into the war. Thn youngest of the kaiser's sisters, wife of Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse, Is Princess Margaret, who will be 46 on the zzu oi tins month. 'f, A. Long, Veterinary , THE UNIVERSAL CAR The lord Sedan, with Its exceedingly comfortable nml refined furnlMilngs, Its neat appearance and every day In tho year utility, Is an especially nt tractive motor car for women, meet. Ing so fully all tho demands of social and family life n delight to women to drive becauso of tho easy, fafo control. Summer nnd winter it is al ways ready never a doubt about that nor never nny tears for troublo on the way. Then tho cont of opcrntion and upkeep is very small. Sedan, $603.00 f. o. b. Detroit. KEEVES-BRAGG AUTO CO. OKKGON, MISSOURI. THE BEST FRUIT TREES of the leading varieties-Apple. Peach, Cherry, Pear, Plum, Apricot, Quince, Etc.; Grape Vlne3 and Berries of all kinds Gooseberries, Currants, Raspberries, Blackberries, Etc.; Norway Maples, Carolina Poplars, White Pines, and Hardy Ornamental Shrubs are ready for transplanting. Come in and secure such stock as you may need In this line, or give us your order and we will ship it to you. Yours For Business Doth Phones. Murray Nurseries OEO. R. MURRAY, Prop. Oregon, Mo. MtlnvA IIia Rf Trtn I- m . T Company wlro your home In 'tho V?J$l!l ot Anril under the "APHII. WIRE YOUR HOUSE PLAN" and get an electric Iron freo. This offer applies to the Maxwell, Amazonia Nodaway, Forbes, Forest Sty and" Oregon districts. Call tho oir a 4 Use Dr. Hess & Lee's Lice Killer to keep your chickens healthy. For sale by E. O. Phillips. w. c. Proud, M. D., Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose Specialist. Office, Physicians and Surgtona' buUdiag, JtbTmnd Francis streets, St. JolepB, v i :'iA... AiVia.i ..t...Ju.. ..ilja4UJii."'-'