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Lines to the memory of Lcwli I. Moore, by Rev. J. Howard Thompson, i n. u., Lancaster, .mo. Once more the terrible hand of death lias stricken a friend we know. It was Icwis I. Moore, a husband be loved And an Indulgent father, I trow. He was known to many so far and wide Uecausc of the Integrity of his life. Ills dealing were honest, to a fault, they say; Ills friends were legion, In his business strife. He was born In the 'city In which lie lived, In the city upon the hill; Here he grew up to sturdy manhood, For all of the duties of life to fulfill. He was citizen, business man and Christian as well; His fellowship was keen and sweet, lie always had a congenial smile At home, In business, or upon the street. He was loved by man, revered by wo man, and adored by child, Itecause he was a true friend to all. To the high and the low his assistance he gave, And never was his assistance too small. He was In the prime of life, With his vigor as strong as could be, When the grim hand of the monster called death Called him over across death's sea. In his going, the town of all his life Was appalled and astounded at the news of his death. They sold, "it cannot Isf, our noble friend has gone;" Their hands were clutched, as they held their breath. ' But the rent sorrow, so deep and pro nounced Came to the home he loved so well. With wife nnd daughter, und the noble sons, too; Their pain ami sorrow, no tongue can tell. They were iloied and stunned at the announcement of death Coming so close to their home, For a husband and father so dear to them oil, Has cone to his reward nnd left them alone. Ves, he loved most dearly the church of his choice. And was devoted to Its significant work. He wus loyal to Its services cvciy Sunday In the year, And from any if its responsibilities lie never would shirk. Ills fellowship w'lth God was beautiful mid serene; Hp walked with Mini by day and night. Ills life was thus made biautlful und clean, And now he walks In the Heavenly light. The memory of his beautiful home life And the interest he took In thou; whom he loved, Will ever le an inspiration to his friends, And i'j.invliilly to tho home circle In which he moved. His fnltli was strong, anil vigorous too; llll trust was that of a little child. Ills confidence In things supreme, Was mnrked with u life scicnu nnd mild. The l.unl was his Shepherd, so kind and true, Ami fed him in pasture green; Ills yoke was easy, his liunlen H'.'lit His life was all it might have bn. So, dear mourning friends, hp is not dead. Hp llvi's In the fellowship of (lod. Hp lives beside tln Savior of men, llcruuso in his pnthwuy ho trod. Today hp stands by the heavenly Throne lleckoniiig ynu oinvnnl with u clean, white hand; Ho says to his loved ones help below, I sunn shall greet ynu In that Heaven ly land. So st niggle onward, dear friends of hi Through the battles nnd struggles of life. A few more day, a few moio year", And over will bo tho strife. So then to ynu, rnrli of you, 1 commend the love of Chi 1st, WIiom succor, and strength, nnd com fort, too, Will surely sustain your lives. tVsii i t"" "A great net of merer drawn thrtugk an ocean 0 unspeakable pain" VOUR Red Cross is an all-American, largely volunteer organization, authorized by Congress, headed by President Wilson, audited by the War Department, en thusiastically approved by your Army, your Navy, and your Allies. The work covers both military and civilian relief in every war-torn Allied country and full reports of all expenditures are continually being published, or are available through the Chapters. . It stands beside our boys in training here or "over there." It watches beside the pillows of lattle-broken men, and offers rest and sympathy to war-torn fighters on brief respite from the front It carries food and clothing to hungered mothers and little ones in ruined villages. It helps rebuild the scattered pile of brick and stone they v ' once called "Home." 1 It brings back to the hopeless mother's arms her long lost child. It helps care for the orphans of the men who died that civilization might lie. It helps care for the thousands that have fallen prey to dread tuberculosis! It nobly represents in deeds of mercy, relief, and restora tion the more than twenty million memlers that have made its great work possible. Will You Do Your Share to Keep This "Hand of Mercy" at Its Work? Every c .nl of cvpry dollnr receive! for the Rel Crow 'nr Fund is sent for war relief. All nd niiniMrntion costs relief uoik for other thcin unr urose.s (.such is the llulifnx and Guntr mola disaster!) ate t.ikenlctire of out of iiH;mlershi dues, oml the interest itccruin$ from tho lnk jnft of the Wtir Fund hus made uvtilihlc for war relief at le.ist $ 1 .02 for every 5 1 contributed. Contributed to the Red Cross by MOORS & SPRINGER Heard Zu IVrslny, There arc some thing nulto dilTIcult I'nr us to understand; And, 'mongst them Is the reason whv Tho common pcoplo stand Tor all the things their rulers do In tho hlnh-hnnileil wnv They grind men down to death In war, vi itnoui a worn 10 ray, In these despotic governments They hnve across tho sea, v Where folks nro ruled by emperors, And made to bend tho knee, In meek submission to command, And sacrifice their all, Without n reason known therefor At their king's beck anil call. Tin so In Turkey 'n Germany, And Austr'n 's 'most ns bail; For civil rights thnt kings respect, Tho people 'vo never had. In nny of these obstlnato Militaristic lands. Whero might makes right, and nil must fight, At their king's frhcer commands, Itcgardless of what tho war 's for, Or, whether 't 's right or wrong, For, there, common people are Supposed to all belong Unto tho crown like vassals 'most, And must the same obev: For they would forfeit e'en their lives, Rhnnlrl ttiAv n'er tnv fhpm hNbv.b 1'or, sov'ielgns, barked by armies, that l'liev keen welt naid and tlillned, Can enfiueo edicts of the worst Despot that ever rcigncii. It seems that In tho ntmosphcro Of nionaichlcs, theio is A dlH-nri genu, or mirronn ining, (Wo don't know what It Is) Which makes tho people, willingly, Siilimtl tn nil thn woes Unit eomo with poveity ami dentil MUM wariaieii neavy mows In order that n favored few Mm- live In luxury And rule o'er them, with Iron hand Despite their misery! It seems these nooiilo 'vo never henrd, Or lead, of Llbeity; rnd no not Know wnai uioso ioiks mean Who talk of being frcel They've prnli'lv had no clmnco to lenrn wncn in, or out oi bciiuui, That theru uiu nauuiii. uu me carui In which the people 'rule. Land In which Kaisers are unknown; Anil whero cucn person may Take part In nil that's said nnd done- Anil 'bout samo hive his fay I Itut. sometime. Information 'bout The free, will trinklo in upon these imrucneii people, anu Uprisings will begin And revolutions follow, that No emperor can check, With nil his armies 'til his tnrono Has gone to smash and wreck When ho will abdicate, nnd flco Tho wrath of thoso he's wronged And folks como In possession ot What to them e'er belonged Throughout their struggling, serfdom years, To-vvit: a freedom, which Will givo them equal liberty nun an uiu uucu. ran, Whom they've been usee to honoring Merely becauso at birth Some chanced to be the children of The few who claimed the earth. God speed the day, when nUnl lights To all mankind sliull be Conceded ev'iy whele nil eaith, Ami nil the world bo free! Kings reigns will then hnve ended.und Wni Ids' wars will then all cense, And all the nations of the mi Hi Can, thciicefiiitli, live in peace. KIMKI.A'lil. Oregon, Mo Mny Id, WIN. class was nigaiiied April US. i W, piffling was iiein at mo riiuirn, Throat lleiiton. Mrs. Ora King, of Kann- Ci'y, Mo., who has been viltiiig her daugh ter, Mrs. Walter Stuley, nnd family, hus icturned home. Misses Dale Nichols nnd linbcita Emerson met with their littln "Cheer ful Knitters," Tuesday of Inst week, In tho nfteriumn. Then' were eleven little girls present. Theio are two lit tle boys In this clip's, and Mvoinl others nro going tn Join. The children nro knitting baby nfghans for the chll dien of Franco and lltiglum. The lit- tlo knitters' aires range from li to 10, They nro nn Industrious llttlo bunch, und arc getting along finely. They expect to meet onco u week. This Inst Siniilay iiflornonn. May of and pin ii lied Chms wink. I. to tnlk .Mr. and C. I'roud. M. V.. Eve. Ear. mid Nose Specialist. Oflico, Mrs. J. II. Caiter. Mrs. Dr. rtiilirlov ami Miss Pwi ellir, of Mound Citv, Ufie with us. Mr. Caller gav nn in-1 teiesthu; and patriotic tnlk. We think 1 no slackers weie present. Put wo wish they might hnve hern, .Mis. (Julghj laikni to uie ii iiiii rn ami tiiauii. .1 work fur tin-in- gaiileiil.ng and some sewing that little girls can do fur Hum Pleach oiplinns. They have hern knit -1 ting for mine time. Tho ladles all! pledged themselves tu ili sewing and I knitting. They hnve nliendy winked1 at both. The young men ami boys will plant and cultivate an neie of corn; the ' use of the laud Is ilnnateil by Walter Stuley. Suiely we me nil glad tn help In this way, nnd how little It Is com pared with what "Our Hoys" me do ing over theio. Vr.ltlTAS. , liiysicinns ami Surgeons' biiililmg 7th ami Francis) streets. St. Joseph, Home Phone, 87. Mutual, 104 EMMA BLACK Osteopathic Physician. All diMiMi treated by Osteopathic method. OHIco First Httldrae WhI 01 Moor Kink', Slort OREGON, MISSOURI. MAITLANH HOSPITAL Now open to receive patients. REGULATION PRICES DR. BEARD, Maitland, Mo. DANIEL XAiHMAN. P. RonrLTi, CokUr. The Citizen's Bank oaaoosi, mo. Csslua llttk m OirtlM, I1.M.M. Tsuwli nil kMklic WmImm. t- n wm m MrwMflH-D. IsrlMt. tr.lt. WMiqi ttmmj arita 4 a. W. O' I I. DmMsm, B. r. a D. ZOOK. CUT. U CUMMINS. rrwM.sl. CubM, U I. MOOHE. CEO. P. 8EEMAN. Vlrrn.Mrit Ami Cukwr, Zook & Roccker Banking Co. 01(0.. , l-1 l-1 1-1 MUSOUB! EuIUkt4, II7L. Th. eljMt Nnk la th vanstr. Tiissifls i,nrai tanklag bv.lMM. IsUrart aafci llriKi 4..ll. DrmfU aoM ll la rin.ltl rliiM of LU nsirr M twin lis. nd .owlsl smniMmsu 1 eollWt fAibtf 4U. frvm MtstM Is for. Irs oBUib Cht thi.u of tumm, Mr.boau ori4 o II.Muol. rwiwtfull, .IIIIL HpwUI oaf (It.a to aor oiilsa. lKifuMo4 u oo. TJtoao, No. Is. HARRY M. DUNGAN, ATTOHNEY AT LAW. Located In Probate Judge'i Office at Court House, OREGON. MISSOURI. Moi.ey ic Ia-ikI id Karma llor ower has option pay part or all of nnnclpal at any time. Most liberal enns ever afTnrded. Call, wrlta or ahon to us. Costs ynu nothing! tare mi money. run sisson loan title co., Older uvr S'ihIiivmiv alley Hank, Msrvrills. Missouri llMiuirlv'- Nut Ire. N'ntlrc is henl. given, Tint lt els Te-ta"ientni-- nn the lMat of l.i wis I. Mimic, divra-iil, wen grant il In the ntiilnrHig'Kil nn the M'l day nf May, I ! S. Iiv the I'mhate (.'milt in' Unit cniinlv, Mls.niiii. All persnns having claims ai'uint 'aid estate mil n iiilnil tn rvlilliit them fur ntlonnnen tu the INeciitrh uithin six innntlil after the date nf giniltlllg said let ters, or they mnv l' precliulid final any betiellt nf said PstmVj uitd If such claims l not n liiltii t within nim year final the date nf granting said Letters they shall he fnrever b'iriiil. I I'iut tielilleallnn Mev IT. HUS. Attest: IIAIillV M. ItrNCW, (,ial) Judge nr I rnralo. D.MMA MOOlii:, i:ecutriv. At LI'IIMA.NS Th d.y we ctor out stl irturl If nglhl of piece good, of rvrry drtiriplion s. vtll ihoil Ion of HEADY TO WEAK GARMENTS. Ynu nui pr.r h.tf bv Ir.Jm. t miMAN'S on KtMNANT DAY No Trespassing. N'o hunting, lulling or trespassing will ho permitted on my premises, nnd nil so violating will ho prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law, GKOIIGE V. l'llOl'I'lT. , TrnlV Sale. Wheiens. Kit Penny nnd I.iiu .M. Penny, his vylfe, by their denl of trn-t, datul the '.'.d day of Mnuii, 11117, and m ui-niil in tin ninco nr tin) liecnidi r of Px ils nf Unit enmity. Misuari, in Honk t.'l.'i nt rni:o 107. convoyed tn the iinilerslgneil ill trut to ni-iiie the payment nf the note In n lil died of trust described, and of tlm Inteiest thereon, the following divciih cil real i slate, situate in Holt county, Missouri, to-wlt' All of block llvo (r.), In the West ern Addition to the City of Oregon, except a tract described as follows: Commencing at the northwest corner of said block, thence south two hun dred and twenty-six Ci2) feet, them-o east ono hundred nnd thlity-slx (130) feet, thence noitli two litmilrcil nml twenty-six (2'JH) feet; thenco west to the placo of beginning. Ami wliercas, ilcrault nas Deen mnilo In the payment of tho Interest upon said note when the samo becanio due and pnyahla according to tho terms of said note, nnd whereas it is provided in nnd by tho said deed of trust that upon default of tho pay mcnt of the Interest upon said noto when the samo shall becomo duo and payable, then thn wholo of said noto shall becomo due and payable; and whereas, tho owner of said noto haa requested mo to executo tho power vested In mo by said deed of trust to' sell said real estate, and out of tho proceeds of said calo pay the indebt edness secured thereby; Now, therefore, in compliance with said request, and under tho power vested in ma by said deed of trust, I will, on Saturday, the 18th day of May, 1018, cell said real estato at tho court houte door in the city of Ore gon, Holt county, Missouri, at publics venue, to the highest bidder for cash in hand. FRANK PETREE, Trustee.