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Forest City am! Vicinity.
Henry ami John Adolph were
business visitor In St. Joteph, latt
Chns. Kvnns was trnnactlng bus
iness In St. Joseph, Saturday.
-Ooorge Frazler was on our sick
list several tiny, hint week.
Thomas Keller attended the (!. A.
It. mooting in St. Jorpti, Thursday.
Miss (lenevlovo Hirmltighuni wan
n St. Joseph vlltor, Thursday.
l'at Stolginnlor. of St. Joseph, vis
ited here with relatives several day.',
the later pait of lat week.
Mr. Win. Crawford returned
homo, Saturday evening, from lied
ford, Inwa, where she hn been the
past three works hy tho bedside and
nttondi'd tho funeral of her mother,
Mrs. Ilohert Rockwell.
Mrs. S. 1'. Allen and son, Slln,
Jr., spent Friday v.'lth her folks, Mrs.
8. T. Ituiatt nnd family.
.lames Shumate and wife. Albert
Martin nnd wife, .ill nmtnrrd to St.
Joseph in the Shumnte ear, Thursday.
Oral Crouso has enlisted In the
nrmy, and Lawrence Heed nml lialpli
Henry Chandler and family, of
Fillmore, spent Sundav with his
dnuRhtcr, Mrs. Corbln Cllft, and fam
ily. Arthur Chandler nnd friend, Miss
lsiuls Thorbon, visited Sunday with
Worth Anno nnd wife.
Cards were received from Denver,
Colo., that Miss (Jrnco Cosncr nnd Mr.
Kugenc Kvnns, of that city, were mar
ried, .May 'J. Miss Coner l n grand
daughter, of Mrs. S. T. Ilulatt.
S. '.. Chandlers and tnntily, nnd
Wm. I'ltrmmirito and family spent
Sunday nt III) Uiko.
We ntc sorry to hear of tho un
Improving of lloli.irt Mtyer, who has
lieon having a slope of typhoid fever
Ills mother, Mrs. Ida Mover, is by his
lied-ldo. Wo hope ho will recover in
u cimit time.
Harry Milne and llruco lliillork,
of Oregon, spent the day, Sunday, lit
tho Dr. F. K. Mullock homo.
Miss Mnbel Mrtiulic. of Monti
cello district. Is visiting lit tho Wtli
Kelley homo.
Win. Kelley and family, of Ore.
MMIornavoera ",W.b Kel-
,IP,Ttv'!nl!,rn,rn'',nl -lra..'do Field nnd family left
Wothenu, Kims,, was visiting with
relatives hero, Tuesday or last week.
Mrs. John tlirtnitighnm, was n St,
Joseph visitor, Tuesday, of last week.
Mrs. Frank Kberhardt nnd son, of
St. Joseph, visited several davs, the
first of last week, with her father, A.
I). Taylor.
Itlley Turney Is moving tho vine
(tar plant mncliiney to vvhcie tho ice
plant formerly was.
Mrs. Anna F.f ner nnd Mrs. 1). N.
Milter were In St. Joseph, Tuesday, of
last week.
Mrs. T. K. Tome anil daughter,
Miss Wilmn, were St. Joseph vlsltois,
Tuesday of last week.
Miss llerthn .McClnnahan, of
Kansas City, visited seveinl days, Inst
week, with her brother, James. Mc-
Clannhan nnd family,
-F. Castecl was tramnctlrg c'm, mt hmw
will make their future homo. We
wish them prosperity nml happiness
In their new home.
Fnil Landers and family spent
Mimlny ariernoon nt the Well Kelley
Mrs. Hubert I'lummer nnd Mrs.
Albert Weber visited, Saturday, with
their sister. Miss Itelteccn Wood .
Tho Ladles' AM Society, of tho
Christian church, will meet Friday
afternoon, at SiOO o'clock p. in., at
tho Christian church. l.velliody urg
ed t bo present.
Itev. II. II. Thompson, of St. Jo
senh. irnvo uuuitcily service. Sunday
evening, and n business meeting,
Monday morning, at the Methodist
Mrs. J. T. Scott nnd Mrs. I'd
Kvnns spent Friday afternoon nt the
business In St, Joseph, Tuesday, of
lust week.
T. I'. Fltzmnuricp spent several
days, of hist week In St. Joseph, I il
luming nnme rriuny evening.
W. H. Merwln nnd wife and Rob
ert Frye and family spent Sunday at
Dig Lake.
Mrs. Itaston nml friend, of St.
Joseph, visited Wednesday with Win.
(alhrnlth end family, (Mrs. Itaston
is Mrs. tialbralth's sister.
Miss Frances Chamber returned
home, Saturday, from Mound City,
where she lin beet att !iti" Mb1 l
tho past seaon. Miss Chnmbers fin
ished the sellout tbeie this teim.
C. I.. Itlchnrdson nml wife, nnd
A. O. Swopo nnd wife drove to Rock
I'ort nnd Inrkio, Sunda), in the Rich
arilson car.
Mis, Fred Davis nnd niece, Clnr
eiui Terry, of New 1'nlitt, visited Mon
day morning with their mother und
grandmother, Mrs. l.ura Terry.
Tho .Methodist Sunday school
clns. No. 2, will meet nt the C. L.
Mills home, Friday evening.
Holt County Farm lliirenii Notes.
(W. C. Sunnier, County Agent.)
Tho meeting at Mnitland, lat Sat
urday, was very successful. I lie tit'
Wanted To rent, n piano. Ad
dross llox 274, Oregon, Mo. j
Itev. W. C. Johnson had btnlnes
In St. .lost ph. Monday of this week.
Memorial Sunday will occur May
and tl.e serviced will be held in too ,
Christian church. I
Wanted Liuly to do hooscwoik
tor oung couple near Oicgoiij i.o
washing. Cad at Sentinel.
Howard S. Tenre was In St. Jo
seph, this week, nttiniling the Mason
ic lodge of In-tmction.
Ir, Ktnrncy n potts n sen born to
Itnlph I'nissiiinn und wife, of the Lin
coln ilirttict. Sunday, May A.
- Itev. Jiwell Howard, of Stratford,
TeMis. i- the minister in chnrge of tie;
Clin iiiin chuivh, at .Mound City.
- I Til Smileage Hooks Wore illpo'dJ
oi line .niuruuy, oi tan weeK, .vinv
It, under the leadorsluli of Mis. Al
bert Matkt.
JiKob Fry, of Leavenworth, Kan
sas, an old tic run of tho I ttli Kan
sas eav.ury, is hole visiting old friends
nnd relatives,
Janus Ilulatt. wife nnd son, Men,
of the I'.-on'tt district, weio hole Sat-
unla, of lat week, the guests of rcl-
temhiuco wn good, considering thn uilv,.V
ousy coru-it anting smson. aim wti'i ci...... .... i .. .... I
llarjrshidend'hrfeatulrrr' Wm' fc.'fThr .AnS
serves siH-i'lnl mention. We nro very
much imltblcd to those who took part
in It.
this wtek
Iloin, to 1'hilllp Maikt nml wife,
ol the hnIs ilislllct, a lino gin
M,ir I,. ,.,.,.,11,,,. ..Ill l. " HOIMIS HIMIII'l, it line KIM
hold" InXg'oTtllo ".'.Si'To te'n'fe,? J' ''' '
nounced later. ,. j ' L , , ,hp nr.
? urn L ? f H'-nry l'rl.l- ami wife, Just north-
experienced considerable trouble In llf fi. ..,,. m.. i?iu
figuring up their Incomes. In order 1" mL m m A lick wa' taken
detennlne liow much Income tax they V. '"!...' " .'"cK Vi?.! ..ri'
should pay. Hankers everywhere " ? ; i " ',,. fw sa . e,
weiv put to a go.Kl deal of tiout.lennd ) ,'". ' 1 ' Z.i ! , - ..
tills week.
lanced in thiee
expense In usistlng the fnrmers. Most Ji,. ,. i,.i.. Ul, infumii,!
of the extra fxpetise and trouble could, tln x' '"JH n V ' J wmam" tt,
hnvo been pn-venled If the tonner ; , ; rJn TmX
had kept some simple record of bin .....i i'.,,i,.,-.i.i,.. n ,.t
accounis. in on er 10 I em i e lai n- .... .. , 1.1.... i.
n .M I lit ...!'""" "'". 'isiimj
. ... I... I .
courage them to keep moie arcurato K .. j, ,., j ; n,.,.,,,,,,,,,! by
teconls, the farm management de-'i .in,...!..,,.. VA V :.,t,i nii.
imllnient Ims uoik. d out !,. folms of !" r.."nu-,.v" VV.' " ' V .V."".V ","
i.. ..null-. II--- ' . n.iiK io ino oui iiiiiiip, mint inniin,
oonahl ami ntlio m- 1 liiiid.i, w ide they i
lelr liome, SundiiY.'fmni. K'M'dling only n teeohl I of pur- ,,,, Thl,.. an, mJ
. lifter nil exterideil I ". expenses. I ho otli- ,,,IK,,f,, xsit,.r.
Mrs. II. K. I'eret. of Oregon, mid
Mrs. C. I. Mills spent Sunday after-
l noon witn .Mrs. II. I., t omiis,
Mrs. I.nr Worn uhl
i..l,,i-.l l.i l,nli
.Mr. 11 llc nz.OI Ol, 1lUIS, visit- , m-V,.I,Uw,. I.mn i.r
oil several dnys, last week, with J.' visit with her grandparent, I). , er one teipilies more detailed accounts
I). lilnss nml rumliy, Willie ntlenuing, ,Hiver and wife. I"1"1 ennilo one to iietermlno wnetlitr
the J. A. It. meeting In St. Joseph. -Mnrjoiio Tucker, the 7 venr old the vnrious phases of his farm opera
Mrs. I lush Iturrler. Mrs. K.I llur-'.i tlon aio m-ofituhlo or not. Wo have
rler and sister. Miss Ivn Miinyon, und district, hu. n lihode Island lt.il hen both f.-iiii. for ale at eot. Ill cent ; ' ot,.. ,,,a',v,: mxi. ,
MIm llett o MMIIsun weio St. Joseph tlmt she ha l-en saving llin eggs mid .. ci nts, lespectively. The Mis-. lu,i , ,.r limne.
visitors, i rniay. 'from, d.n to day. and wants to sell so.in nanser. ,ssiKiniioii nas n ;P'- - Ti. i,s disp.itehos of lat Tue.-
. . . 1 "'S. i ' inein ami give ino iiione) in ino I. 7 ( ay n p"" 'ii in lul on llimlenlie g
nt Wntson. Sntuiday, nnd nt lurkln, c,,,,. .changes, in order that its mcmhei ... 1 ., 1 1, .., ,. i-..i.
Kumliiy. MlfsiM I'nullno Fltrmailllco. of ; thivughoiit thn slate may distribute ....1 ,,L. ,', ,.l as ail otbeis 011 the
passed the win-
line ami u pon
lieolge Kuuclier. wife nnd little
dni.itliter. Fiances, of Memphis. Ten-
lie.-fco, artel a lew days Msil lieio
with Mi. K.'s mother, ,is. Fiances I.
WV-ioni I lout, will now bo nhli
Iwate Von Hlndenbiilg.
Hon W'elier was in town, Momln),
und lie tolil u lie nail iiunie a iai
Mrs. Jnmes Oulck nnd daughter,'
Miss Unue, of Iteiitnn dlstil. t, siu nt niaurlco. 1110 visiting nt the Win. Flu- patrons.
I rlday with A. J. Cotton and family. ;ninui I. e home, this week. . eid(irn.
School commenced niraiti lluus-l ..Mr, I'll,.,, lr.il,.ia uni mi nor I Wo will continue to tost coin nt
dny, and will In; out May 21. If they ,,. ,t, f,.veiiil ilnys. tills week, but the Mound City testing slntlon. It is (( ( ttM,,,y fvl CoiMdand had w.l.l
can niako up the woik. Iheie uie ih f inpitiviiis;. wo nn- glad tn hear. isuggested that 111010 fnrmers bring Mr, m , ',,., ,,',,. jjnhl i
eigni in me ineiiui gniue, in kio'iuuio' in, ,,.,,, iirii'ietl lilllllieil In'eoiii 111 10 nave 11 lesieii, ei.
this term of school, nod tleie will b.ii.,. i,,,,,,,, 1,,.,,.. .-,i,n,.. f.,,,,, s!i. .In. owner should lint mill it. wo
an onteitalniiient by tho graduating .,), (.nntlv Improved 111 liialth, wol'ao no tioubto in finding a buyer .for
class. lure glad to liear. It. Ii'h ilay we have IiiiuIiich for
Wesley l.unsfnrd, nf OlTgon. vn . -Albeit Kollmer. wife, Mrs. Sophia good mul corn.
In our city. Sntuiday. (liliritli. It, II. Sbeifleld and wlfe.l It is now fairly late nnd If nny
A. 11. t ass wns iransncting nusi-, K nt Sundav with Hymn llinklo und.tulng M1011I1I linppen mat n secon.l
ness in St. Joreph, Sntuiday. , family, at Fnitcsct'n. phuitlng is iiccorsar), one should not
Sunday wllh his folks, .lesfo Vande. j i.von to Fritl Oulck. at
veer ami wife, nt Wathena, Kansas. ,(;ly. ninth of Mound (
Lester lilllcnwntor s'iil Mimluy I nunilo r of lelativos w pien nt.
with his oiks, Hen (iillonwnter and 'nnd nil repotted n line time.
wife nt Napier. 1'elei Italser nml wile, und Uhel
Mrs. J. (!. Harris, of Stewarts- Hanks, wife nml little daughter. Mniy
vlllo. Mo., visited Sunday with her, Kllrabeth. of Foihes. Mo spent .Sun
mother. Mm. Albert Weber. I, lay nt the A. .1. Cotton home.
Win. Illtt has sold his ll'a acres, Jledway Hoover nml Inmllv spent
of hind nt the north end of town, to the day, .Sunday, with her folks, Jn.
John Shneiror, Jl'.i consideration. $'.',-, Meyer nnd family, north of Oregon,
tllill. Win. Crawford was 011 our sick
(leorge Iteeves, wife and .Mr.' list several days, thin weik, but is
Allien Walker, spent Sunday nt thei better now, we nro glad to hear.
Jnmes Doxicr homo, ninth or Oiegnn. - M. Ilink nnd friend. Miss All-
Win. Ilobyns and wife nn the cen llnutware. letunud to their home
iiloiul parents, of a '.l.pound buby boy, int Mondny, in Kansas City, after a
born Satuiilny morning, May II, Dr. 1 short visit with Mr. Huik's sUter,
llert W. Hid rock was In uttendauco. 'Mrs. It. II. Sheirield. Mr. Hull; leaves
Nov. Dickson and family will Saturday moiniiig for tho (Ileal Uikes
move from St. Joseph to Stalk City,; tunning school,
Mn Newton county, whole Nov. has The Home Hank has doubled their
bought nil Intel eid in n bnnk. iiiota 011 the Third l.lbeity Loan Itoiid.
Mrs. Luther Hamilton nnd son, I .Mrs. I'hils Juml-on. son. I Inn v.
William, spent several days, last Week,' Mis, Itertha III, 100,11, It. II. Sh' ll U l.l
with her muther, Mrs. Iliath, lit Xa-lnnd wife, soeut Weilnesdnv In St. Jo-
pier. I soph, They mado tho tiip In the Jam-
rn'il neavers ami lamiiy sprni Iron car.
Sunday with her folks, J. It. Williams Win. (ialbralt'i nml wife spent
nnd wife, Sunday witli mother, Mrs. Mollic Cut-
If Hu'' 1.V1I1.1. ii..n..i r.,r iiim-.vjiM i-:i
'hull , .. ,
Ml . 'ettn llaidmaii, widow of
the late Win. II. Ilunlmuii. aicideiit
alh lell fioin the noicli of her lesi-
deuce, mi Tliuisda h-t, .May '.1, mid
bloke lor anil. Dr. t'lilindler was
ea.lid and lendeied the necersaiy
no,. on' nlti'iiiion ami lelur.
Sid VanDi'Vi-er nnd wife visileil' . .nrorl.o loilll:n' dinner was! Iiave to li e time looking for seed. If
I 1:1s liome ull. yoii can spaie jiih 11 m w iiisneis 01 i. tlnirilli iiotlieis. bleeders of
la.. J..!.. I .....1 I. Ill . I ' .
ii). iiu' ii k I". " " tho lied llilloe. lueiitly
t.now snnio "r.c v.lin need Just a few
Iniilii'is. I ho other day a certain
farmi'r needed one bu-liel to completo
his planting. I'oitunntely, wo knew
wheie to send I1I11I. Ij't's ke p our
powder dry und bo ready for nn
()steiiiulh U a Itegulator That Iteg-
sets right, nnd puts In running nrdei.
that excellent machine, the human
body. It is capable of relieving ml
acute us well as chronic diseases. It
straightens the crooked splnoj gives
health to tho paralynd IIiiiIh; fur-
Hlrliing Hu iM'1'OM.ai'y loiter nml cure
to disorders of Iho stoiuaeh nml diges
tive tract, nml by producing 11 healthy
hi I and nerve supply to all parts of
the liuiiy lO'toles lieailli pioving
niialty eif dent in acute us in I'limno-
llio hen thv bolv Is 11 peifect chei"
Irnl laboratory. The ntgnn emplin
Isn't it a pleasure to do business, when
you know you can get wnat you want
when you want it. and get honest
weight, as well as honest treatment.
Our Motto is a Satisfied Cus
tomer or Money Back.
Wo give you all the best prices on
foods available. Owing to govern
ment rulings, we are allowed to sell
certain amounts of many eatables at a
fixed price.
We give a 25c Thrift Stamp with
every $5.00 cash order, except on feed.
Moore Grocery C
Satisfaction Guaranteed
ed in digestion make of the food new
coiiiiouiiils winch nio iiseil in liuildini:, ,,.. t ;(aml. Kansin and his
un tho various tissues of the bod. ,,,. I,,.. I,,...,, tilled hero by Hut
iney can no till- in lerieciion oiny i'i ,,r SI. . ikiii Ii. u hi h now in
a iinrmnl living body, ami ir it is ii" hurge, and will at onco bring hi
tiniio rcgtinii si me pan win naie (if,, ,,rranv t n Ir Iiunie. We me
,ei. . .it. ...i..u. i. f i. . . ... . .
n-i i-i'oiuiii unnii-i. nun. , ' " . .orry to iomj .11 r, roiiir ami iiininj,
un- oik.iiis iniii iiiiuiK'- ioi iii iio" , mill glail to wiicomo lieu ami wne
tissue imirlinent und tlio pine,Mip , ih.ick home,
these change-, us well 11 " the nei'., !
and blood suiinlles neeofs.ny thei' 1'iilni.
for, nnd ho knows how to order them MIs Chrlstcna l!nlilll spent Sun-
nil 111 tneir woiKings. ineii.ieopa' 'dny with MIsm l.lhel und .Mllel
Wash Clean, 2 for - - - 45c
Excelo Corn Flake, regular
15c for 10c
Blue Rose Catsup, regular 35c-30c
HebeMilk, regular 15cstraight,
2 for ----- - 25c
Mother's Wheat Hearts, regular
25c, for 20c
Symns Early June Peas,
straight 16c
Chick Feed, Oyster Shell, Corn Chop
Harvey Evans
"Itllt.lAllU.lTY AM. TUB TIMK."
Both Phonii
Osteopathic Physician.
Treats Both Acute and
Chronic Diseases.
llllc Over Mnttln I'utnllurr Slors
Trrnt Them n Traitors.
H Ii Is true ns lias been rhunrcd in
the Senate, that there has Imtii a bii;
teal in air-plane supervision ny col
lusion of Kiiveiniiient otricors and Mil
ployes. when the unlit) ones an' con
victed they should I Itiven the limit.
Such collusion has caused untold delay
nnd every day's delay in our wiir pi'
itrani him and will cost lives of Isith
American nml Alii"! soldiers. Theie.
fine the willful nuthor of siuh dela is
simply nnd undoubtedly n niunleier,
and n iininleier for peimal financial
train, lie .liollld Im' tlrnliil us llllS
other traitor and iniiideriT.
The deelaintion of llio mlmliiistra
ilmi ue oiiiflit to have an iilluv of
:t.iiiiil.ouil of men In dance will be
Uivetiil with cheers llirounnout the
loiiutiy. 'Iho sooner we p't that soil
i.f un nniiv over theie the iiiiKker tl.e
war will end.
'I'hiio bundled nnd fifty thoiis.md
Imi4 of mnnlii's were suit to our
foivos ill I'laiao dininir the nionlli nf (lt(. , h"iib) mveli, that the un
Annl. Can u eoniiiiibenil the xn-t ,ei mkiiiiI. will on
limiiiltit -oM'i otie-tlillil of u inillion
tons- and that is only a fiaction of IIIISHSII W. '1111: VIII DAY IIP
what will 1:0. .11 NC. t'HS.
l!oj.e rnfl,ir Stokei. iroes to tiial In , ,, , ,, , .. . ,
the -.,l.',1.ll-ou.tu. Kansas Cit tins '"'t Mi-um-. i ! -' V
w.i k. lie cause she is ii woman 1. no tioKii. Mo., nt I . clock p. in., let ut
nasi. n wh theie should I- any cl-ni- (".bile outeiy or sen hi bids, a nay
,,e .li..wot..li.'i..t.nilor.salia.- '" "l'i-l ' " , a
,..., ii.ii.mn. letlmif. eoniiact- for bullillri,: con-
Notice of
Bridge Letting
nlly iuichiied al
AJkoiiii, lowu, a J-'i-unind h mouths'
mule, ptittlm; up nil evui Jl.nnn lor
II. .i;i' consiiieiiii ii is proiuiny me
liiithesl pi Ice ever paid for one of tins
-Iho Depaitmi'iit of Aitrieultiiie
has named . ('. Suaruer as tho nel-
manent county farm iiK'iit for Holt
..mniy. His H'lvnvs In the county us
ileinoiistllitor lias been so satlsfacloiy
hat the county oNccutivo comuiittee
a.ikiil for Ins appointment.
The hlldilen death of AleMlllilel'
lillibs, demit) K.ime wni'deii of tlim
district, .May HI, lit Wntson. Mo., is
llio ctiuse oi keen t'iK'et aimnii: his
many fi lends in Oickoii nnd Holt
county ueiieially. Ml. lillib-, whoe
hoino was at IbH'k I'mt, hud visldd
this county fieqiiently, und was kno. n
beio ns a p'ntleiuan of sterllni; ipinl
lites of ibaiuctei.
I,. C. l-'o-ter. wlin lias been the
Stanilinil Hit t'o.V iiir. nt ill this oily
lor eowinl nuiuths, has le'en promoted
in a bet. or Jli- intent for the coin
lor. mail or woinini. .. . .i. .... .... i i.... i.. .. ., .. .......I
rol owliu: el I Hie heel or the "" - " " "V K . i , . .
I.. r..u. ,.f wool civi. of I"'1""'' (onliaclols to itive. bond to
the count IV comes the older ! Hie
..aintain aul brnlue ami culveit for
four years und for payment of mato
lial and t.ibor umiI. CertifUil check
I of J'J.'i.'id to urcompnny bids.
Said Iniik-es ami culveit to Im coin-
pletnl ill l.M) dnjs ft iriii day of rim-
linveiiiiiieiit lommamlieiini: all the
stu l of the country. Thus tho wur do
innnd nml activities devi lop.
Iti-roLiniloi! Caiuhle .Men.
The L'leat war is iriadiiallv biiakini: tract.
down our pieliidices und wipinir the Comt losetves tho riltht to reject
smoke fiom the itlas tluoiiKli which any or nil bids.
tunny of ii hme seen daikly fur a ..,..1 ,,r,,,r i,. .i piiu nian
imiii iiian j i-ii is.
and niirificatlon will lie on file In
It hili' lii'cn the tnliloii ol pom c.ii i'..,,,,... C,.,k olflce.
:!,::;s:':ntn;;,snharh;rcho;:'';o "m? w
tx piv.luti wealth." until v.i " , "' ' ? ",' ,',
niiny well inle.Uioue.1 I pie nelually "dies . a.t ..I Mound t Ityi box cul-
I II,.....,,,. lie Ii ,.1 I fii'il M-l
ii, i,i.. ....
t ....ni, i n,i. in. I, r.,i.. No. in. at the Ai;nm letter larm.
nml Inflneiice wits fni k 1 or for lmd. I'a mlbs souiheast of New I'olntj bo
in tioiil.ineoi. mi, w ho e-heal ti i i 'V '
I thn natural chemlenl physlcluii of
llio human hotly, HenUli Hints, N
Ill, fiction ,. I,. Jlel'AI.I..
Osteopathic riiyslclntt
Tn All Officers of the Cent ral Itirrull-
liiK henlcoi
Tho nccentanco of nunlllled and e! -
Kiblc appllcaiit,whnso appltcation for
enlistment mu approved liy tlio inn'
of Knulneer, or by n coiiiiiilftlniu d
olflcer of the unit concerned, Is nu-
lliorued ror tlio l.iiuinccr oiKanlznlinu
luentlnned below. .Men so nrcepted
will bo sent for enlistment, ns tuny be
most convenient and ocnnomtcnl, to
denot or tlenot not. ncarst nost en
route to the station nf tho orRnnlra-
tout, or direct to tlio motion or tlio or
OOttlt r.nir neorH (Corns Itctrimcnt 1.
Vancouver liarracKs. wash melon.
jiy ortler of tho secretary or war.
W. T. IIATKS, Adjutant t.cnerul.
45.000 .MUsourlans Itendv.
Thero nro In Missouri nt this time
under class ono of tho selective ner
vlco act, ready to bo called and sent to
cantonments at an ytlme 30,032 while
ami li.'j'.m negro men, a total or 4,ri,
OuVl. This information was sunnlicd
at thn office of Adjutant ticneral Har
vey C. Clarko and was brought out by
tho story sent out from Washington
that Provost Marshal General S. II.
Crowtlcr Is disappointed In tho number
of available men In tho country taken
as a whole, in class one.
Commencing May 25, 7,767 men will
be sent to camps. All will be white
men. Fve hundred will bo to Fort
Riley and 7,257 to Camp Dodge. Tho
quotas on this call for the various city
warns ana counties nave not yet been
tiiltl I.eiiinu was on the sick list
evei'itl ilnv. last week.
Mr. und Mr. John Ilanini nml
nit. Jack, and sister. .Ml'. Oltia 1 1
lianis, spent reveral day at K.Ncel
.lor Siit'imr Willi their sisltr.
Seveial fiom lieio ntteuiletl the
track meet nt I'oitescue, nt Friday.
Auioni; them worn tho school band
and tho base ball team. Thn boy
played n irame of bust ball with thu
IliKi'low boys, the koio belnK M to I
In fuvnr of New I'olnt. The Kiimo was
very Interestinir fmni slnrt to llnlsh.
Our hoy lire to bo rnniiitulnted for
their excellent piayiiiK.
Seveial from beio attended the
Sunday school convention nt Nlckcll'n
tirove, Sunday afternoon.
air. una mu. iii i.cmon nnu
family and Mr. nnd Mr. Itay Wrlirht,
from Itntcndale, und Mik. and Mrs.
Cortla Lemon, from I'lllmorc, spent
Sundav hern with relative.
Tho New I'oint school took seven
liluo ribbons at tlio exhibition of school
work nt Kortoscuo, hritlay. r.vcrett
Wrlifht. a hov from this school won
tho froo wholurshlp V Chllllcothc for
tho highest grade in tho county. This
school should icel proud oi mis excel
tent shnwlnir.
Itev. Mnmliv nreached Sundav
morning at Union, and Sunday night
nt Orsirnn.
Mother's Day was observed at the
cnurchea hero sunuay. mere was an
attendance of 100 at the Christian
church, with 3.30 collection.
Red Cross Bake Sale at Will
Moore's Grocery. Saturday, May in,
All food stuffs offered will be accord.
Ing to food administration regulations.
action of nien of wialth thu fur In
thl war Inn put t i-1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 much op
litis piejiidico, nml lor tin- fiit tiiei'
u eai- into rue utile to stiinn ioiiii
liefole the public jl. I li,o Hi -
foiiifill heber foi 'he nciit. I'lshlrl;.
er of 1 1 1 1 1 - hnite ami siun:l.
'I'll,' I'liliouai aihiittnstiati"ii w;i
'low al fir l to aeceiil tlio eivlee of
'iiinv men who. bieiniM' of their lori;
liiiiiniii: n ii.iuiniht; lei! liii-iio -s in-fairs-their
kiiip of tlielr own per
plexiti . n I llii' i' al! an md. tlioroui:li
lit t. ii. i in uai,i" i" in" gov
ernment, hut In H'cent week" this
pit'ji,,)', I Ittt nei n i'" olyiil and fie
.llilloi', Inn". I "f '"ll like llilll'e- W.
St'iiu.ib. of lite e'eel tl'llt. to push the
-lllp-lillililllil! ImUlrtiV ll.'ls Kivell the
confident!' iif tlio entire country n big
A .Merciful Act.
SeM'ral niiintlis nirn two American
soldi. i's, who weio .'i I and I'd ytar
old, v e'e r.iiind aleep at their piiNi
whi on locket i illy. I hose Itos
weio li'ied by eoilit niailial, and uiiih'r
tho i-eiei of sti' ct military d -clnlln
weiv fii'iml guilty and senteiiceil to be
linl. Seiilence was ilefelled by lien-
oral l'erhlng, who forwnrihil the find
ing to 1'iei.lilent Wilson, and waiteti
tlio action or tho chler execuuve un
til the iiiOfident. ll comiuander-lu
chief of tlio army, coeld Indicate hi
airiinuuuo or uveisai oi mo jung
T ho nrex dent has Issued n linrdon
to these two boy, and ortlered their
return to the regiment, to which iney
holoiiircil. The granting of this par
don uni a gracious and u mciclful act.
"Am ho cometn unto tlio disciple,
nnd llndeth them asleep, und snlth unto
I'eter: What, couiu you not waicn
wltli mo ono Hour.
No. I.",, nt the ll.in Markt farm. Il'j
miles, southeast of Oregon; siali cul
veit. No. Id, al the Alfietl Haider fnrni,
.' mil.',, s'liilh of ItlthviMe; slali foul.
No. itis. at iho Taylor farm (mnr
iln'iger l.iitlgel. f. j mdc itoitheast
of I'oiIm'; lah Inidgi'.
'Ih.s I., Ill ii.i o ,'iav. 1!'I8.
joii.n ii. I'l.Hi'.r, ,
loiint Surveyor.
What Are You Doing.
Thn nircraft Hoard, the Shipping
Hoard, nnd various other government
agenele havo been reported from time
to tlmo as' being 71 per cent or 40 per
cent, nr somo other per cent behind
their bchetlulcs. Thcso announcements
havo cuui-cd dissatisfaction, and with
reason. Hut each Individual who feels
displeased that the administration is
behind In bo many respects should look
after his own schedule. What Is your
own percent of performance in the
saving of wheat, in subscription to
bonds, in contribution to the Red
Pmu. in nsvment of Income taxes.
etc.? Are you ahead of your schedule
or beninai
1'ioginin of Hickory Tonlilii Sun
lav School CoiiM iitieii. to lie held May
t!l. at the Tinted Hlelllllll CIlUlcIl, lit
II o'clock (new time):
l'ihor hy Ui v. Smith.
Addres by Dei tor lli-ewbnkor, flf
l.i tun. Ohio.
iipointinent of coinmltterit.
Twelve o'clock basket dinner.
Afternoon, 1 O'clock,
Kleiiieitlary Woik, Miss Knuntz.
Dayton, Ohio.
liindci! I.esons, Doctor Itrewbakcr.
Needed Work of tho County for tho
Coming Year, .Mia. Kulherlnn Mc-JCoul.
Hound Tnblo Tnlk.
Itepoit of Committee".
Corresponding Secietaty,
Jake lit Proud.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Weller, of St
Joseph are jut now a llttlo "stuck
un" anil wo contess tlmt wo no not
blame them for being no. Under tho
sumo circumstances most nny one
would he, that had n lick of sense, or
n grain of pride ko Is flrnndnn nntl
Grandma Mr. nnd Mr. K. F. Weller,
of .Multlnnd. Miss Krnncis, daughter
of Sir. nnd Mrs. Jake Weller, who
graduates from tho Central High
school of St. Joseph this year, waa
crowned Queen of the May at the an
nual May festival of this school, held
last week.
Red Cross Bake Sale at Will
Moore's Grocery, Saturday, May. 18.
All food stuffs offered will be accord
ing to food administration regulations.

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