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Miss Kate Meade visited the ltr pic o( knowledge, Monday. Pat George and wife visited Jonn Stafford and family. .Sunday. Little Marie l.ggcr suffered with a severe cold, week before- Iat. Squire Mclntyre and wife were shoppers in 5t. Joseph, last Tuesday. Ward Headley a a busine'S passenger to Forbes, Thursday eve ning. . John Mill', from t rae r :see;. BIGELOW AND VICINITY. the Mot Important Local Eteat Which Ht Transpired The Pat Week. (By George A. Conawsy.) Thirty-e.'ght scholar and d. cents collection was the record of th Chr tian Sunday school. lat Sunday morn- wa shopping n St. Joseph. 5atunlay ,nT. an att)in,,anc, , 4., rv?5' ..... , 'scholars at the. Methodist Sunday nor-.? ; , . . .. .. .... . , h ,r, foWn.lo. FrMnv cnooi iat sun.iaymora.nK. anu me """i.l '.collection was JI.'j-i. oen.ng. I Th iMlriFlf pop. conduct ,rf'ffV nTl0ar, Ulmhahrn !"' ''ceat Aden's dock, on this week. Hie Lake, next Sunday afternoon, at " ,. , .,.1,J'J o clock p. m.. revised time. .iMJ?,;S!?Jv 21 1 ,u k.' Sf.' -M. V. A. .-'olleder and Mr,. Dan C ty.atunlay. for a two eK. isit , . visiting with the.r l,,l.P rri.m ami fnmllv from C,!la Mlller- ,n ,!o ne Korr.t H V Pfi J I Watt? r5rt- Mo" "Vsral ,la'' ,a'1 . LrSw JumUv -Wearing that usual Oregon smO nd famlli, iunil. .... '.,.,,.,,, ,nm otT. Tom Turrv of the Alfred and hamest Hawer were X ., , f,. C...1..1 ... . Hi- t v. I visitor, one day. the latter part of latt transacting business in .St. Josepn, nuroiav d rrr.oon. .... i. ... ... . ... UWK. nVchvi.1 M'St. r"aChei . .trta1 .S.11' on -Several of the llichv.lle people at-'KJ "V.H1 ?', 'i tended Mr. Ilotkln's funeral, at New & .r ..WaJl ,1M not knoW h K Point. Sunday afternoon t i ' ...I. ..... ...I ..I.... v.n an. Ada ajk ns. from east w . .. . 0(... and family. Saturday and Sunday. i!h': e,,,,f:l"'.lt'??.. v,ih "J"T -Mis A :ice Hrohan visiting her '.0"r? i i... i reci 10 leave ir.e nni oi nexi i .i UrUUKT HI UlUIBlil. UIl.lCII.Ull.il iolne qui'e tne rranK town, and nit Into the river The river is falline. and it i T,.t.r tA,,.i i'i... m. inoutni mere win not v. rr.ucn more and Mrs. Chris Lent. Friday and S;Jmyh d.?,nv that she will rrake an indefinite stay. 4Ut tJ"m, , Y. C. Ilhler n,i familv nn,l HeJ.' The Missouri river is . 1 noon. Mrs. Claude Williams and Mr. L. unlay Some of the folks in this coniTnu nlty went to WoodviMe. Sunilay night, i.... . i - : oi ;r.e .iounr f" . I?' " .'r, kv , , The tame was much I ' r ...i n..tvo u,, 'better than the one the week before. nl w.ti Cnf ;?J v'rv..M'; the score bdr.t s to 9 in favor of PP'" in !'5- j""' "-SVar a. we nre at, e ,o Van, Wm. ra'm'l. o".r .. ' 'lambrel h ds the honor of fable mail earner, h-inn-m..! .n iir t. .. having bought more Third . I.lb-tty cident near Lin Irri plae.. on- da-. K""1 ttf ? 'H" T-m u.vnn rr.,'v vUi l.., .i- 'hip. hav. ng purchal $....fNi north ., ,. ' This i hjt is ca! l patr.otisir. and sr.Qj.i r.av a lew more cuiitrj Tk. li . .v. ..." . i . i will clo.-e its doors Kr.day. Apnl 26, . . with a short programn e. therkr -J'"1 :ol,'arA lh . RuI? Mm notlred to npp-ar for work of "" '., ""'W ,a I?n.'' f' a different variety don at C.i-i p h'"5' 'J. f7V "rif U ff. vl,,t'' Kunston ;,! a c"s 0 about tl.)ii, and it is ex- t.-. s beat ,n Thi o" i.-un.t;. a vi'.el with n much nM ra n. Mordai nii?B:. Streamlets ar.d rr an.i i-ti-r ha resuml thf.r ngj'ar uotk. that oi' emptying the.r rarklmg water into the muddy Nod.iuav. i Ml..- Kva lluan ar..l liu'h Maler. keeper of the Korles 'efpe rf learning, are plann r.g an el,il)ra'.. prvgruti for the lat da of Khnol. April "JO. We woulil ''ke to !) pr tnt. but can't, as ..".lur sairound.ngs will hold u h're. Ja"es Hmkte. fro"i frper .. .. was calling on fner,. n '-.is ' icai,-.-. Sunday af'.erno-m. J;ut-. ,a want t U careful of tn through Sleei Hollow, Two jours' .r:.'r.c.' taught mo t.n e th r.gs atxut the ! . - low that you ar- n.it in r-i.s.., addrej...ej. have ihool ho"res .n T t- weather; a light shower Sunday night and Tuesday will help out consider ab.e, but what we need Is a good two Inch rain, and we are beginning to net.l it pretty bad.y. The Sunday schiol at Mt. Calvary was orcaniied last Sunday afternoon.' vr.h Pro. O. . Adams, superlnterd-i n'i Preley Hlck. assistant supr- intend.'nt. nr.d Miss May Sm.tn, ( I retar. . ard under the direction of these etTiclent olllcer theie is no loubt of the succes of this .'unday. choo'. There was an attennance it 1 scholars lat bunda. and the the .ollection amounted to pre'ty go-'"! for a start. The fathers and mother' in that v!e:nt) should cmc mt next Sunday anl start a r.ib;o c'ass. Everybody ' Invited, and don't forget every Sunday afternoon, at 1:00 p. m. Sjperintemsent ct our cnoo s. s. W. SVelton. ha btn employed to take charge of the New Point schevs for th coming term. a has also Miss Cleo l.ean, who will take charge of the Knglish ami History departments. Supenntendent fckelton ami lamuy hav Wr her for th past thre years and ate mighty rln pop:. an.l we can heartily recommend them to th good people of th New po'r.t dis trict. Supt. Skelton i a thorough chio Iran an dknow the b. r.vss from A to Z. Miss Lsan ha taug1-: a very sueeessfu' 'erm here the rust vear. and 't i to be regret'ed that our school board is not financially able to pay the teachers the salary the New Point district will pay them. They have made many friend here who are sorry to ee thni leave our mstrict. KranK va Kr. jnxc innKie, lorn llridirmon. John C. Cough'in, Albrt MfKmvnn ami Charlev Knowles wre out lat wek making a dr've on th Thlnl Liberty wan. ami we are giaij to report that up to Saturday evening these gentlemen nai secureu aimosi i'5.y. more than double the quota for this township. Tins u an extra ttoo.1 showing, not only for th copv n-Htw. who has the matter of solicit ing in charge, but for th cttins oft the township, vmw very n-w excep tion the cor-.mi'.v naa no jpiuo n ec"ring the amounts ai'ote.1 to each reidnt. Mr. ar.d Mr. P.. J. Tayl- r showed the bunch that th r eeart were !n the right r'arx b jb.c b ing ' r.ra" to the bon.'. uri n ad dition. Mr. Tai'or prepare I ai ex cellent dinner (r ti.e crowi) fr cf charge. I Jn lat Saturlay evening ,fce 'oph.nore ard frehren gave a re-i-ept on to the Jun.ors hn ctr.p' . t;-.e c'as of I'.'ls A short progra wn given bi th -opr,c arM fr.'-r.-n. cn.,ing of a mek graduaticn. T- -oph'or, okir.g ee Varrj, jjnor. Virgil t'onn'r prfor"-,ed a th principal speaker, using for h' ih-tt. "Ilitch r Jitr.H. a " t." W;on Jackson, us Mr. Sr ' r an. presented the dip or-as. After Hurrai"., a.'. w..t i t ' 'r outh high choo' room, a .,. -.eate.1 ,n b'u and w: V e a. nr. fr th evc.iion. T' e .''in o re i.ea'e.1 nt on t.ib e. ) ai h at another, and th opfe- res ar I 'rem n occupied th 'a c e . tmlfir ,.f the roo' I.-e . re a to WJnt any. please let mclcake. toth b'ue and Ah -e. ar i ,t..r a rvm. The eiirhth grade c'as of c.".oi. a- erter'a ni-'' bovs went to Mound City last Friday afternoon, after school, and plaed the freshmen team of the Mound City high school, a rive I - IHNHMEKI Friday. April 26th FEATURE DAY, Tuesday, April 23d v. GREAT LAY IT AWAY SALE Commences Next Saturday, continues one week. A most important event for thrifty folks. A good chance to supply your Dry Goods wants for months to come at savings of 20, 30, 40 and up to 50 over later quotations. Silks, Dress Goods, Under wear, Hosiery, Gloves, Blankets, Sheetings, Outing Cotton Flannels, Comforts, Cotton Batting, Linens, White Goods, Ginghams, Draperies. Also Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Etc. Buy Now! Lay It Away For Later Use! p. are New Departure Cultivators I yet have someJenny Llnds. Fast .Malls. Spring Trip Tonguelcss and Wood Beam Iron Shank New Departure Cultivators that are not spoken (or. If you arc going , , the 3 ' know, that I may keep It (or you. as I may not be able to n get any more, and I If do t he I r -t.. : r,rc by t!.r t.ari.r. m J , ,,, , . , , , ....ll'een 1 tt er, ho t.." n car price Will Uf IllUllcr. I SUM it. ;r ... . n,n i le r..r'h wn. Judge OTallon snoke it have nm tirn.ilnc In M-iard C tv. Thev left her at " W-.ln.-Hia, niTt; Kia-k lno Mnlu. r..ll.. .in,c ! I'-. '" drlvm b I.ar. ' oois. it jr.in nigh', an.) "v . v j w w .v., j , jr ni. iin, j you better get in on this. D. AiARTIN Several rati len gnen m the this town-h p n tli llliert loan Clarion. ivtree. a ut Mayllouer. atun!a n'ght. and i.icnviiie. iueita night. The chool boant organiied by electing llarvev I'miTit, presidert; James lddings. clerk, and J. II. Unk. iiinniier. mm n K-nooi toanl com poxi or such 'thin the next to k. Th .!! make Mr. Kol'and tuo k-a.s. ar.d u'l: '-lotra. c'ott er. ar.d i tumel ii. me about trulr g:. M r.e unii j' l.san nccomp.ime i ii-. K an zelic.it. ijp. menu .'ns bunch to e that lrr" did not e,-e. the .nee.1 'inur. The nnrtv uer. en. tertamed with games and mrs c ar.l i ,lST" . (He Iwn u.m mireb enhu.,l over n egrega' 1M e-.!3 I- j-a.-r' tr. ..'erest sei. r.!l) en.i Pg v. -..1SV ,Miu.,r a. inrjr, you ..i... k.m 1. n,., 11 iKUnK. lifuv.nmrnis cif iimiii .t .. : . .. ... .... i.. . - " . . fX ..u'raiil1 M, ,af- i'h mterrup ting -he sirvce. m-t Vft for their wk.. 1 1 rt. -ear Ir raini will be loVe,l after can-ful y. That's right, folon! Mills )icklho"''' reporting an extra goo.1 t." . , Z .. , ' . ",ZI,lCJ,. NmrnumTv LlrV f th" Hobyn. ,,r'd no doubt V'ak k Vm J P"f. ' P f'""!1. SSS o('l "Va" 1ir aM community in their heart. cu ; e . eurk . .u.v , krr, era Koran. Jo l'oynter, Myr.anl Ir.A" A'l'. . "I" ? . -I.at Tve..lay night .ll long bo ','h; 'S ' Z l 'he ferce m O.bome. Kathenn McKce. r!n,'j ''"h; ' h?"' "?r " J:irM Nuia"1 Ib' lnLmal L'r,r '"'' - nt,tle.i to the'm, na'.! 'J'-'. Wllwn. Iva Ken-. Mll more m ', '""1. thr ,U t'nn.and want to ..- h rr. r.oniraf nn ,I1V,on M1" ltf,'"' M"1 "J"' us work for an ?r cent avsraiV t ?n viliX' f'Z?"t'i '? rj'1'lNl- "! b.au- e know of ,vral voters Mr: ft,' -'rr' ,,U'I an'1 la'" The V K will Jt as uial ton Ilar.alp. The derrick and hoi,:. ,.ho ar on ..v,. t.,u --iv.r ard Helen Cottier. 4n a i ng engine were brought to Fillmore Sant to 'o- h rV -1.e tn-.vn board organired !at h , '4lL.'lLi,i by th llondale 'o-lge. After th vtr nA irV t. ti,Q I by select.ng Harney choon v r har ,u PJt Pn '(wa-PJRch to ZxMrl Mr" i,rKvni!un''lthfnoo;.r 'haimian: I!. W . lUaha. treasurer; R 110 'ETTl.KMr.ST IKRKI'.T 01" TIIC I'llOIIATi: I'd I I IT, HOLT COI'NTV MISSOt'KI. MAV TIllt.M. 19li. Klr-t Monday, Mn 1.1, 1!HS. M"- i' E-wo. Tersonal I!epivitntntivv nnd llcliitlonsliip. f-'cttluiieit I Ar.lrn Hir. i. W. Cummins. Trustee S'ineteentli al. Minor, Levi M. Thompson. (iu:inll:in...Kiftli tA.1 i t ii.u.i.. .i...i..t . . ... . -Artron. Murrl ' Ou.-'s 0. (I eke!. dcasd. I!, K. ' ' i'mt, jiiiiniiiiMrator ... fltoer. B.i-.d. deeea.ed. William S. Ilond, llN.viitnr o'tern Bo-.d It Son. a naitneishin. Willi K Bnr.tnr Heip. Chris llruntmyrr, Itinrdiati ..iivin . v-aiiAncni, .Minor, i.evi I nompsnii, (iuanllan .. safely ra l. u Iinnari tor r..4 rutient at h .Jiiter. Wo.nitn: t ,r Freeman, who ha- b.en up. ami kiw n.to :ire v Thanks to Ir. lieo. H.bbanf """"" al" ne ICIt r.e knew .veral ueeV. for I-Wvill tJLT, tNm? M. Freeman ha. a host of friend. ot o fthl "f. i':'1'?' "uu m thl nshborhoo. who hope for her on of the former .tudent from thu ,pe,,v recovery. nl lilo ta0. u'f"' "nc" i,av- -f- Hiw-w-Minwrn D.tr.ct Sun It Is o'ur neeJ,'r',, " Try u'aj'- ,a- ;hoo! invention .U be held at who 7l leave ?. .M'""" that th1'e thfl Chnst.an church hr. on 5und.iv U.h w. ilI'ae.J lh Ha.r f.radu. afternoon. April 25. and w.ll be call-. andrvT,,U" l..b:.,:?..r-0?0r.''' V rWWnt I.. W. Notley. wav of i ufni mi,,.. ff ' a: l:,J P- m- Prompt revised time. obJt of the IrhSlu .t .hui .rP" Kwo-bo.lv is invite-1 to attend th.s i, to , mat. .f nihl llf L ' "mention, a. It will be intere.tirg A, l to make ueful American cit - from ,t,rr t., Ti.ut, i. t. E.MANO.V. ertcan citi-;from start to finish, and it is planned l.t.-. ! (I. . A inai inn conveniion win w me Dent on record. ' I mi tr.... u., i .v.. M.AV.,R. L. . . -. .... I ..i... i.uii, iim'1 ... tiiip.v, mi.r( et Looe of our Wheat. while worklnir with a pas enirir. ar.d The government, through it t. pumn. one dav latt week, to iret the conservation department, has given 'ront finger on his left hand pretty wamirut to all holders of wheat that badly mahed. Dr. Hogan dressed the mt)- mun dispose of their holding ringer, ami it is uiougnt it wm be a.' by Mav 1. The. Forest City Mill and Ktevator company makes iti announcement iiuw i. m reaay to Duy your wheat up to that date. May 1, paying the high est market price ior same. ( Prim rote Gasoilne. COOK 4 FOSTER. George S. Lukens made the sale of the L. I, Moore farm to D. X. Gar ner, last week. M. S. Conrad, of Malvern. Iowa, was here for a day or so last week, visiting his son, Guy and family, and other relatives. He left for Omaha, aunaay, nis son, uuy, ana lime grand daughter accomnanvinp him. Guv ml little daughter returning Monday, of uus wceic. "A Snow White Lino When the Clock Strikes Nine." by using The ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC Laundry Machine. Can be used either by elec tricity or hand-power. Five cemu worth of electricity does a week's washing. We have Trial Offer and easy parsaaat plan. ST. JOSEPH TRANSMISSION COMPANY. Call the office I right again In a short time, with irood care; pretty lucky that the finger was not cut o:I, and this lesson will teach Mr. Hunt to be a little more careful In working with machines in the fut ure. Let's don't have any backers in Migelow township. W'e are told by the secretary- that a list Is demanded of every township showing that what each family has subscribed, together with those who have not subscribed. Also a tabulated list is made of every resident as to their tinancial affairs, tho list' showing those who have not subscribed. This is made compulsory on ine part oi mose wno nave been selected to attend to this matter, and we trust that this latter report from Bigelow ownship will read "blank." Farmers In this vicinity are hustl ing around for the best seed com that can be secured, and almost every one is having the seed tested so as to be sure that the seed is first class. Farm work is up in much better shape than usual far this time of the year, farm ers have had ideal weather for their farm work, wheat, alfalfa and oats are looking fine, considering the dry V. A. 5ol!der. dog catcher, nnd now it' up to tli citizens of our town to giv th g-ntlemen their hearty c operation t" the end that our laws may be obeyed, keep the town clean, n.ak tngs in the town that need repair., ai.d Oi'r street commissioner ha quite a 'ot of work in ight, and there shou d b no complaints offered about paying .he poll tax.. There are .everal cro. ings in town that ntil repair, and our treet commissioner cannot do this work without funds. There nre iuite a number of stray dogs around town that we hope our newly appoint- en ijog catcher will get at an early date. All residents are rvouesteil to clean their premises and alleys jut as rnon as possible. A clean-up day is to be set at the next board meeting, and we hope to see everybody work In harmony with the wishes of the board, o FOR SALE OR RENT. My residence property, with two lots and nearly one acre or lanrt. SAM SCIIULTE. Oregon, Mo. o Emma and Marie, daughter of ICev. t reil haltenbach, of Kansas City, Mo., were visiting their aunt, Mrs. Kd Heaton, of Craig, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. U I rich Burg er, of this city. For Sale 15 Shoats, weight weight about 100 bs. ED NARANS. The Junior Alliance of the Evan gelical church will meet nest Sunday, beginning at 2:30 p. m. Nelson Noellsch will lead, the topic being "Ihou Shalt Not Steal." All Juniors welcome. SECRETARY. Thomas Reynolds. George Bureer and Frank Burger are in Holyoke, Colorado, working at weir uaae, car watering. Durinst the absence of her husband. Mrs. George Burger and lit tle dausrhter are with ner parents in Greenfield. Iowa. Mr. Frank Bura-er. who has been there for over a month, and wno naa been in poor ntaitn, is ..Final .5eooiii I .5ccor.d .5econd Tenth . r..uK r. g- -. l. i. t,i . -r ;. .uiik, ..iinnri .-ai'.in j. i unman, (iunnllan F.lg htn -Hr.n A. ljn;.r. d.wiM-d, A. ). nnd C. II. Pankcrs, Admrn. .Flr.t is-j.rry , Iiav,. lece:,ed. Nettlo Davis. Administratrix ..i.Fii.t I Minor Heir of J. W. L. Deannoii', l.uieim Dcinmont. Guard. . ..Second I. Ua.sj and .hemmn Dobbins, nilinr. l.,.V M. Tliompson, Guard.. Fifth at . : p. m. Th sermon will b de livered at vOO o'clock. A warm wel- come for each and all. I'ASTOr.. Sn-nnd ).i, TliiMhiy, .May II, 101 .4. iSI?' C' ginw"' ':";'., I'mnci I. Dungan, Admlnl.tratilx..Sceor i iit .i ... r....-p, ,iTr.irt-u. i.nur:i .. Ki.uii.k. i.i,i i,i..i Thank. The committee in charg of the Maitland High 5chooI ilenetit wish to inform the public, which so generous IV-Alonio , Evan. .eceae.l. G. W. Camiiiliis, Adinmistrator'. ..;.'." '.Fir,i jF il Minors. George Lehrner, (luiiiilinn Fourth h-t.2r'!t If Mfg. Co.. n piirtnersliln, J. K. McCoy, Adm'r. . . .Final .-t harles Edwin Gibson. .Iecriis.il, l.o.i:, (ill,.,,,,, Kvecutrl" . . . Final 1-M.ir.ha A G.ll.s. Inc.. G. W. (Mnunlns, Guardian .. .. ... Seventh Haider Minors. John W. Ilnli.l,..- : n... 1 Hno- C. Ilines. deceased, Jesso K. Illnos. Kxt'eutor IS Joyce and Dwicht lllnde. minors. I l..rt.i.l.. u 1II...1.. 'r-.'.-'i' iniorm me puonc, wmcn so ger.rous- s W'flliam 1! Hoi ner oee.it,V.i V. ., "' .V ,,uaru y sunnorte.1 the movement that sIOO1 o.i ? li' "'T!r' Loc'af '.'l01 ' Hopper. Executor. was cleared to he applied toward the ' v- ""''' Hunter, Administratrix. seating oi tne au.litormm. This sum Third Day, WVdnik.lay, May 15. litis uvw mml. n.,lKT. thmnnh il. .nklt... I ..... ... e,u. spiritedness of Mrs. McNaul and Mrs. W'eller. uho gave their time, strength and ability free. W'e wish to thank these ladles and all their those who lent their assbtance in any wav. COMMITTEE. o lllulT City Sunday School. W'e had U out for Sunday school and church, last Sunday, and the col lection was $1.05. The Sunday school is at 3 o'clock, new time. We Invite one and all to come. W'e extended an invitation to the people of Culp, who have decided not to have any Sunday school and attend at other places. Everybody made welcome. SUIT. Primrose Gasoline, COOK & FOSTER. Mrs. E. F. Keamey is entertain ing her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Moore, of Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Klopp reports that the stork flew over the home of Walter Huff man and wife, of the Lincoln district, April 15. and left them a girl baby. Earl Adanuon, who has many friends here, having made his home with Chas. Headley, is now in the ser vice, having enlisted at Grant City, some time ago, and in a card to Ward Headley he states that he was on his way to Camp Joseph Johnson, in Flor ida, and had been assigned to the 16th Company, Quartermaster division, as a mechanic. He sent gretingt to all his friends. o'l . S". ,"r'r"n, minor, r.irner K. .Inlinson, Guardian 1 5--7.l:. : '"" .h-cnnlsh and I. 1). Painter. A.lnir. 1 'C.Kn hleenon, VhJEi ' 1)?"' I'.""0"' . A.Kneiilc.Guard. v , "m : '.' ' ' i"ilui'.' ' ""K,..- -Murray, Guard . . . . ; ." ,' ouuii.'in, tiunr.l an .. . S CO Ellsworth No an. . ni nor. C v r ':" ,"""".!,'.' V iriiiun t 2H:a.tti',r.0.n ,Mn' Cl,riw M. Chlhlers, Curator 5? i v . i5'.. 1 attcr'on- 'leceased, James W. l'atte .Second ..Fin..l . .Thud Second . .lirst ifih inal Second Sixth ixth 'ifth ,, Fourth .Finnl i euii, ntuur. CO-Oscar and Naomi I'ayne, W. H. AlHre. ffllan,":.V.V:.V.Th"rd Fourth Day, Thursday, May 16, 191S, RslMlldrefuiamL'v miTe' v (5c?' V,' Jr" Administrator ...Seventh 3Maw llMll' ?lr' '.f1 ?, ""n'smnn, Guardian Sixth itffli u' c !.. , ' J I nb nson, Executor Firrt 48JaTk W sodecTased" K' hSS 3"ndhowt m Kr'nl';, NN ', CunJ"llns. Administrator Final '""inofit . Walter, Demand against estate of F. W. Walter. STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Holt-SS. ntv' M VriuM'-S2W h. w?pte Court, within and for Holt Cou nesi my hand am seal nf .nMr.Mme aWeata o "cottl ,n "'X offlf- Wit rhTffihhaday tf&19T C0U"- Bt 0ri' (Seal) uiddv u niranm Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk of Probate Court. For Sale About 3H bushels of el.v.. .1 eA. ..... ... . . . v.w... .".u mt aaiv, iv,w per DusseL Call or address "Jeue" Cain, Oregon. Mo., Route 1.