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Suggestions We have in stock the following goods, every item strictly guaranteed and at the lowest possible prices: Ecipse Lawn Mowers Dandy Garden Plows Keen Eutter Garden Tools Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves Herrick Refrigerators Puritan Oil Stoves Wonder Oream Freezers Sprayers of all kinds Pearl Screen Wire One Minute Washers Good Year Rubber Hoso Little Joker Cultivators New Century Cultivators Good Enough Sulky Plows Campbell Drills Drill Brushes Teare & Ruley IIIRKMMV AND VICINITY. The Mo Important Local KteM Which Hair Tranilrl The Past Week. (Ily ftt'orge A. Conaway.) Ml Jo Wilson vUiti-il the week cml wltli Mm. l-'rnnk Wulkcr. Mm. Lottie llutson l on the sick lldt, tilt Wick. . . . Supt. S. W. Skcltnn wn ii Mound City MXor last Satuiday. Fred tiraham I in Sorwod, Mo till week. visiting with III" lltlnf. Noley. oiul family. W. M. Solkinnn mid son. Oscar, were .St. Juscph visitors, one day, Inst week. . , , , W. Halii I hcio till week, from Council Muffs, lown, visiting with relative. Ml lllaiu'll Ill-owning. C Mound City, wa the guest of Mr. Frank Walker. It Sumlnv. Willie Davis, from noith of Miiiiml City, wn visiting with hnnii folk. Int Sumlay. - II. I'. (Item MrKconml Loo Iji.v- retire, of Craig, wore vlitlng with fi cm hero. Int .Sumlay. lleoigo I'oynler anil fninlly wrie viftiug witii .Mr. mm .Mr, mini roya ler hint Sunday. --Wilson Huikrr wn In St, Jinrpli. 'iin ilay, Iat week, on a huslne nils lon. Sam Jinla. of St. Joseph, visits! tin' week-end, at the Knhn honii', wot llf town. -Messrs. IVd IMily ami linger I'm ifli. of Mimiitl City, wore railing on "fi lends" liit Inst Siimliiy evening. Ilomi'r Smith ny ho lin named thai ni'w hoy Floyd Iriiuklin, ami that io i sine "mmiic how Mr. anil .Mr. Clem llaiker were dinppliu: in St. Joseph, onu tiny, Inst W 1'1'K. Jasper Odcll wa n business vl tn r in Hi. .lo-oph. one ilay the latter part of last week. W. M. Trnxcl was ilown from Craig, one day, last week, visiting with rclutivc ami friends. Charley Mendcnhnll was here sev eral ilay, the first of the week, vis iting with his hrothcr, John Mendcn hall. Mr. A. K. Carson, of Oregon, was visiting with her sister, Mr. Lottie llutson, lust Sumlay. Henry Schoonovcr went to St. Jo seph, Momlay noon, for n few iluys visit with hi wife, who lecently un derwent an operation at one of the local hospital there. Mr. and .Mr. Claho Smith, of Fortciue, were visiting with relatives here Inst Monday. Aunt Ann Cha ney retuined home with them for a few days' visit with lehitlve and friend In Fortoscuo. Mr, ha I'eddyconrt nml ilaugh ter, ('leva, left he first of the week for St. Joseph, where they will vlilt with relative mid friend for several day. Mr. Peddycoait, who has heen keeping house for Mr, ami Ml. J. F. Ilrldgmnn, for some time, on her re turn from St. Joseph, will keep house for Harry llltz, near Urc-Kon. Mr. Dan Dennett and children ale here, thl week, from llimhurg, Iowa, vHtlng with Mr, and Mr. J. II. Dennett. Mis Maggie dlhon wa over from Mound City, one tiny, the first or the week, collecting lor the Tele phone Company. .Mrs. . r. Aiiam icrt rucsi av morning, for Council Illuffs, where slie will visit with relative, for Rev oral days. Aunt .Matt lllnxie ami hnrnh Marguerite McKeo were visiting- with relative and friend in Craig, several ilays, the first or the weeK. The records of the Methodist Sun day school Inst Sunday morning show eil an attendance of thirty-seven ami n collection or Jl.f;i. Assistiil hy Mr. Jim Couts, Mr, .M. ii. .Melton cleaned house anil nn pered Severn I loom of her residence, last week. Tom (Jrlffln got homesick and came up fiom St. Joseph list Sunday morning ami viueu during the nay with friend. - Mis I va Dnvi. who ha hen iiiltc sick for some time, I much lietter this week, ami I alile to sit up a part of the time. Mr. Joe Ihnhln. who ha lieen visiting with her sister, Mr. Homer Smith, for several day, returned to her home, in llolkow. last Suiultiv --.Mr. mid Mr. .1. II. Ilridgiiion mo inieil down (nun .Mnltlaml. list Sun day, mid spent the day visiting with .Mr. nml .Mrs. t . S. .MrKec ami ram ily. -.Mr. . h. rieston n et lioio, .Mo., till wek with her dauglitc Mr. 1 1 nt t o nun ham. II. I Sclioonoter wa a husinefs visitor In .St. Joeph, one day, la: week. The local snoit nie hnvlmr nulte IIIk Lake, and some pretty K""l strinu nig i.iiKe, ami some pietiy kiki stum; a le eaiiKht, anil the Usual lish stulk are lelated eveiy das'. Mr. ami Mr. . II. I'lsher were visiting with .Mr. Ashei' daughtei' .mi. .Minn rarkett, in rawme city Nih.. several ilav .Inst Week. I'otnloe hit cooiltii: un hi ifol share; several field have heen plowt d once. II. I., .'clioonover the f rt t give out the warning to Ink out for THE UNIVERSAL CAR The I'oril Sedan Is elegance hulldcil upon I'onl nual Hy. In town and country hero Is tho dcncmlahle, every day In tho year enclosed car. Not only is It a car of hundiomo appearance with lilgh-clnss Inter ior fittings so much appreciated by women hut It Is tho famu Ford "TIio Universal Car" which more than two million owners havo found to bo tho most reliable, the most serviceable, practical and economical car to opcrote and maintain. Ford Sedan C45 f. o. b. Detroit. KEEVES-BRAGG AUTO CO. OREGON, MO. Harrison Isom. n young man dio.it 'Jfi year old. nml a nephew of Jim Holland, died nt one of the lo rn I liopltiil In St. Joseph Inst Friday morning, .May io, from the crrectf. or aii operation for kidney tiouble. About a year ago he underwent on op eration for gall stone and hnd been n noor health for some time. lie made his home with Jim Holland, und wu n good hoy, liked by all who knew him. .uncial services were conducted hy llro. O. W. AiIbmis. at I'.ulo, on Satur- lay .where it huge number of his rel itlevs and friend gathered to hid the tvninih a Inst good-bye. There Were in te a milliner or reiot ves who came mm I'ercival and Mcl'aul, loun, to tttrmi the runerni. At the second annual hducntlnnal Day exercise held at I'ortescue, la;.t rrnlay, a usual, the Iligelow schools an leil nil t he r share or the honor. .Silter medal were Issued as first prize nml bronze for second. Mike Osborne carried off three silver med al and two bronze medal. In the linkethall thtow, Jessie Wilson won a ..fixer midnl and Vera Kerran won the ironze: In athletics. Crnlg wn fimt. with ;n points, iligelow n close coin ii tiior, with "J i imints! rortcscue. IT: I'orning t!, nml Oregon o. In the 'Aime or . Iiarelmll lictween II gclow irnl I-ortesrile, the scale was H to C. In favor of Iligelow; second game, tho Iligelow boy weie prety llrcd nml lost to New I'olnt, with u score of II to .1. -Our citizen should not forget hat Mr. K. V. Atkln of the bureau if entomology. Washington. 1). C. i to he here for and out-door bee nieil. lug on May 'Jf, mid that every one In Dolt County inlerestnl In bee keen. Ing, should attend thl meeting, a our got eminent. I very anxious to In riease the output of honev. nml Mr. Atkln I coming to explain how thl may lie accomplished. Mr. Atkln hn innile n specialty of the bee bus nos nml will he glad to give all the In- rormatlnn on tin subject desired, am the larger the crowd, and the more interest taken in bee, the Itetter Mr, Atkln will be Menscd. so ronie nml tell your neighbor to come - Last Sunday. .May II!. wn Mr ,M. ii. .Meiton li'.wi birthday ann ver snr, and she wa very pleasantly loiiprlsed when u number of her rela tive gathered nt her home, Sunday morning, wun weii-iiniii basket. I ii'immi her that the dnv wa her birthday annitersary. The uunl bit' dinner wa spread at the noon hour, and the day wa very pleasantly spent in visuing ami taiKing oi tun times gone liy, Those who were llieie were Mis. .M. II. .Melton. Mr. nml Mrs. J. I- U-..I.- t- i i., ,. . itiMiKoiiio, .'ii. .inn ..Hi, i. w. .oiiey Mr. and Ml. Alb n Not lev. J. (' ('out and family, U. II. Com and iniiiiiy, .mis ina liriilgnion, Veinin iiiiiigmon, ami .Mr. ami .Mr. C. II irate, and Mr. ami Mr. .1. W. (lie. limit, fiom Mouml City. May Mis .Mellon enjoy many mole httpiiy birth lay amiiverane, I the wlidi or liei many lelative mid fi lends. -o- potuto bug df the old-fai'hioiieil type; It will be well for people to watch their potato patehe pivlty closeiy. be cause it don't take the hug long to ciciiii up on a paicn or potato vine. There was an attendiinre of tliir-ty-thtee pupil at the Chiiitlan Sun day schools lat Sunday nioriilng, mid .he collection wa $l.:i,, Supt. S. W. Skclton and bury limning, me painting I'lank Walk er' ieidem'e, this weik. I jury say they aiv putting on thnv coat, one en the giound, one on their clothing, uml one on the house, - Harry llcerscma and Mr. Iloyt. the carpenter who I building the llii'l'sema boue, iliovp over to Hal lam, .SVIi., last Friday evening, whole they visited with lelative until Sun day evening. - l.eo Asher, who hai n train mes senger run between Kiuisa Citv an, I l.liu'oln, Neb., and Kmiiiett Aslier. who i a Imal rreight eoiiihictor betwien Auroiii, nml Sargent, Neb., visited wun tueir piueiits, .Mr. and Mr. W. It, Asher, last Sunday. Mel Newton was ever fiom Mound City last week, mid gave tint Lnirabee li'flauiaiit building a new coat of paper, which aild inucli to tho look of the looms; the wnuitwoik I to b painted at an early date, which will make a big Improvement at tliU pop ular place. - With favorable weather condi tion everybody in this nelglihoiliood will finish planting their corn this week. Quite ti number hnvo aliendy finished planting, and considering lw cool weather, the corn I doing extra wen. it is reported that Cnm Wil son will have about thirty acre to replant, mid so far, thl I tho only re planting that will have to he done, A good rain I needed for all cron. nml considering tho ilty weather, every thing l doing inucli better than was expected. It I reported that the Hoard of 1 .ducat Ion hn employed Miss Laura lluckley, of Mound City, to teach the seventh nml eighth grade, and Miss Dillon, of Mound City, the primary deiiartment nt the Cottonwood School, tho coming term. This will bo Miss Dillon's second term nt this school. Mii lluckley U a graduate of mo .Mounu uity srnoois, ami attended the Tarklo Schools the past Fchool term, and theso ladies should bo nblo to pilot the Cottonwod Schools through with both credit to themselves and to tho Hoard of Education. Frank ilalglcr lcrt Monday after noon for Council lllufs, whero ho en ters tho railway mall service, and has ben assigned as helper between Coun ell Illuffs and Forest City, coming south on train No. 20, And returning on train No. 21, every day. This Is a first-class oportunlty for Frank to work up to a good position, and his many irienns in this neighborhood will watch his record with much interest. Frank was born and raised In this vicinity, has a very good education, ana were is no reason wny ne cannot make good at anything he may undertake. SavetheWheat Eat More Potatoes BUY THEM OP US. FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Rye Flour 9c lb. Corn Flour 8 l-2c lb. Kice Flour, 3 lbs. for 40c 4 bars Palm Olive Soap 46c Nysa Toilet Soap 6c per bar 10 lb. pail White Karo Syrup 06c 10 lb. pail Dark Karo Syrup 86c No. 3 cans Hominy and Pumpkin, 10c per can No 3 cans Kraut, 2 for 36c 1 lb. can of Crisco 36c Red Wolf Coffee, 3 1 lb. cans $1.00 Cash for Eggs Cash for Hides H. E. KREEK & SON Home Phone 66. Mutual 74. Open Evenings-Tuesdays and Thursdays. Highland llriii. - Mr. and .Mr. It. V. Iludglns, n near l oine. spent .Sunday witii Jami' l onlrey and family. Mr. J. K. Thompson, of Camcr on; Mr. Martha Crowd! nml Mr, lleadley, of Oregon, spent .Sumln wun tneir nroiiier, John rosier, am family. Kail Denton mid family pent .-iiinnay wun joun .Millie mm raiuiiy or tlie 1'ierie dlstiict. Mr. Valla Dielow. Willi. Cun nlngliaiii and Mildred Stnnsherry went io ronesciie, last i i , lay, to attem um i nn i.ounty Annual ivlucationu meeting. Andiew riyninn nml family, t near Oregon, visited II. S. llaiina and family. Sunday. Miss Kirie Cordrey visited the home folk. .Iiime Coidiey and fam ily, a few day, the past week. Ml. II. C. Denton and son, Hi y iii, spent Sunday with lelative, i.ear Koret City. Hie Ladles' Club met with .Mrs Itoy tiriine. Wednesday. Those In attendance wrros Mesdnme (ienrge Taylor, Itussel Cunningham, Kail Denton, Hurry llnnna, It. C, Ilntn, Mlsc Ada .stansheiry, Morn Noiri, Iva Shanks, Allen Taylor ami Alice llnnna, and the iotes. The club will meet Wednesday, May L'2, with Mr. Dusscll Cunlnghnm. A Iteil Cross benellt sale wa held I'rlday evening, after llteiary, at the Highland school house. Tho crowd wa not extra huge, a the meeting had In en postponed from Thursday evening on account of tho threatening weather, nut u was a large hearted crowd, and n sum of $'M wa realired. which will bo turned over to tho r'oihe lied Clos hoeietv. IIKTTY DI.UK. 1 A. tang. Veterinary . Ml, (ieoigo l.ukens was shopping in St. Joseph, last Thursday. Mr. .Mont Curry and wife, of Kniisn City, are here for a week' vl.lt with relative and friend. Will llodgln mid wife, of Malt Innd. who have been over In Kansas visiting friends, are now back home. Kincry William, of Hush, Color ado, has been here tho past week, en joying a visit with relatives nml friend in this section of tho cnuntv. The Klmer Hunter land ndjolnfng Maltlund on the southwest was fold last week to Fred I'leencr at $2J5 per acre. Don Wcller negotiated tho sale. Tom Armstrong has disnoscd of his resturant business in Mound City, to Karl Hock. Tom has been n suc cess in that business, and wo sco no reason why Karl Hock should not be. James W. Poyntcr, of .Mound Citv. has been mado n lieutenant, hav. Ing passed satisfactory examination, at Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Texas. Ho is n splendid young man, and has tho qualities In him to make an Ideal officer. Tho Old Sentinel certainly congratulates j-ieuicnani l oymer. For Sale: Fprd Touring Car, nearly new. In A No. I condition, run only 1000 to 1500 miles, extra tire carrier tire cover and seat covers. Inquire at Martin's Furniture Store. Mr. Klmn Jones, nml her thigh- ter, Mr. Helen (!ohl, who bnvc been spending the winter In l loiida, nre back to their old home In our city, for the summer. They arc delighted with the sunny South. Mr. J. D. Matthew, Myrtle l.',.tmtt Pull, I fimti!irll. Miiia Knenl. of Oregon: Cora Acton, Mr. It. I'ms. mini, or l-orest Cltyj .Nellie llinKie, Iligelow; Karsllno Carrett.of Mnltlaml; lieuinli liush, or .Napier; iiiancne llt ..Int. l.'.fln lln-fee. uf Minimi City, aie'ei'trle In the St. Joseph (ill zette Automobile contest. i). a. tielvin nml wife nml dnugli-. Car. nearly new. In A No, I ter, Mis I'rancls. of Maltland, have1 retiuneil fiom Dwhestrr. Minn., wheie, condition, run Only 1000 Or they went for consultation a to Mis ... , I'ninre henith. Tin y returned with 1 1500 miles, extra tire carrier the prescription which read: "Ab- , . solute lest, imontlon. and forego all tire COVCT fllld SCflt COVCTS. .tiidlei." They are delighted to bean , , , c...m1,.. this, bit of new, ami hop., mi I'nm-, Inquire at Martin s Furniture ee will follow tho dlnctlon ex- illicitly. Store. Sterling Morton Dobyn Isn't toll ing for yer Uncle Sam he fall.il to come up to the physical requirement of the navy on examination at St. Louis, Inst week, nml he I now back among u on the Old Sentinel. (leorgo Dick, who went with him to St. Lnul, to try for the navy, alo failed to pas. It I regretnble In the extreme that young men so full of patriotism, nml so crniy to get Into the service to tight for hi country, must he rcjictid on such slight pretex. For Sale: Ford Touring "YOUR MONEY BACK and a NEW PAIR FREE.' tt To tho Wearer Who finds PAPER in the heels, counters or soles oi a pair of PETERS "DIAMOND BRAND" SHOES Shoes with lho"Dlamond" Trado Mark on Their Soles This Is our warrant of quality and wc stand behind it at"H times. There is nothing as good as leather for mak ing shoes and solid leather shoes always give good service under fair treatment. IjCome to Us for shoes and Get theBest for thePrlce, : No Matter What the Price May Be, For There Is a "Diamond Brand" Shoe for Every Purpose; a Price for Every Purae. FITTS-BUNKER MERCANTILE CO. Oregon, Mo.