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A Great Patriotic Program! Is Announced By The Chautauqua Committee PKESIIJKNT WILSON' HAS UHGE1) THAT TIIK CHAUTAUQUAS be carried on to teacli patriotism nntl to bring the ispiie. of tin war before the jieople. A niacter program lia. Iteen clionen for the Oregon Mo.. Chautawjiia. in dueling come of the greatest "Star" of the platform men anil women of geniup ntul uubouiide'l patriotism. Every Program Will Strike a Patriotic Note Lecturec. .Mufirlniif. Orator?. Entertainer all will combine to make the Chautauqua tent A TKMl'LK OF AMERICANISM, and in the word.- of the President prove that "the work the Chautauqua is doing hap not loft importance because of war. but line gained new opportunities for service ." A List of the Attractions CAPTAIN RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON, Hero of the Merrimac. GEORGE EUSTACE PEARSON, Soldier, Author and Lec turer THE NAVA8SAR ORCHESTRAL BAND of Young Ladies BLACK'S EUROPEAN ORCHESTRA of Master Musicians. DR JAY WILLIAM HUDSON, just back from war zone. THE CECILIAN CHORUS in operatic gems and modern songs DR. ROLAND A. NICHOLS, Lecturer; "The Man Worth While." GABRIEL R. MAGUIRE With An Irishman Through Africa." PEARL O'NEIL. Canadian Reader and Entertainer. CLYDE WILSON. McCORD, Popular Orator and Lecturer DE JEU, Master-Magician, and DeVITO, Piano-Accordionist. BOB SEEDS, the Famous Humorist and Philosopher VIERRA'S ROYAL HAWAIIAN SINGERS and PLAYERS. GET AN IM.rSTKATKD BOOKLET telling about thin exceptional program. Make your plans to buy some of your work and enjoy every number. A SEASON TICKET, good 12 great sessions, afternoon and night, costs but 2.00. Children l.ou. It is the only thing that has NOT gone up in price Buy early and boost. Oregon Chautauqua HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS August 13-18, Inclusive W. W. DAWSON, Secretary lerr.f of the war HUcusstd by the great otticials of the government, by foreign ambassador!, military, naval and eco nomic expert. Kvery phase of the great war was discussed. Sonic of the.e lecturer, at the request of the government, are coming to tell you about these thing at the Chautauiuu, Oregon' Chautauqua It one of the many that are co-operating with the National Government thin summer. 1'retidcnt Wilson call them an Inti-g-ral part of the national defense. Ev erybody In this co.mnunity can learn n.-ch ol the facte about America's part ami aims In the war from the lips of thoM; uhu huv cuniv direct to yuii from conference with our nation's leaders. special thanks aic due to the local men who arc back of this ChuutuuiUd, and who have made it possible. Their work In behalf of the community is entirely unseinsn. lliey are all ery bjf men. You will help them by buy ing your Mason ticket early. Shu- your appreciation by hunting up tome member of the Chautauiiua committee. Then- men have hundred of people to stv. You hac only one. Keep the dates in mind (August 13 to August 1, inclusive) and the hours lor the program tulilch are given In tnu booklet), uml the price or Uie na run tickets (sie below), uml the Io cation and the big community help and patriotic stimulus, uml the great goud tnut you ure going to get out of It, uml we'll sec you at the big tent on the opening altcrnoon and at each of the nine sessions to follow. Help make the tent during these six day u Tempie or Americanism. The price of the sttton ticket Is ti l K sessions). It you ure under 11', the price Is Jl.W. Sic Mr. W. W. (Jack) Dawson. .Sec retary, or any otner member of the Chautauqua for season tickets'. SKCItCTAlty, 1'JIS. i i - i 1 4 If f i v I i :' ' k. It lilt smi.i:.Mi:.NT imicki.t or tiik imioiiatkioiutoi' IIOI.T CUf.NTV, MIS-HU HI. A I'll I 'ST TKItM. A. I). 1'lr.t lJ, .MondJt, Auitut 12, 1'JIH. Name of Kstute, and Name of IVrmnul lleprescntatlvc and No. of Oiriclal Itepn-sentatlve. Settlement. 1. l'red Anthony, Prceased, M. ilird, Administrator Klr.t J. Stephen Iluiiil, Drrcusol, William S. Ilund, Kxecutor Second :i. Stephen llimd & Son. u l'artiieriili. William S. Ilond, Admr. .. .Second 4. Adrlbert llrulges. Pi-ceased, II. II, Chandler, Administrator First fi. Collin Minors . W. f'uw' i 'iuanlian , Fifth C Minor Heir of Jamci W. L. Dear tont, l.urvna Deuunont, Cuard. Second 7. (ieorge II. Kdnutdo, Inc.. . 1.. tiolgln, Cuurdlun First b. Dmmett Klunmurice. Inc.. Kduard M. Fitzmauriee, (iuurd Fourth . Loretta May FiUmuurlce. et nl. Minors, (ieorge l.ehmer. (luanl. . .Third 10. Catharine (iallirulth, )t-ci'UM-l, .Mo !'e Galbralth, Executrix ....Second 11. I'eter (lalbrulth. I)ctned, S. F. OTnllon. Administrator First 12. Churles Edwin llllin, Deceas'd, liuna (iih.cn, Executrix Second 111. John A. (ioodhatt. Deceased, Oliver ( (iondhart, Administrator. .Second 14. Ham Minors, I'loni Mum, Guardian Fourth 15. William Henry llardmun. I)cea-c.l, A. Vunllusklrk, Executor ....First Ifi. Matilda Hurmon, llrceascd, James I.;im II, Exerutiir First 1". Charles Hilsenlx-ck, ) ceased, Guy Cummins, Kxecutor Second IB. Henry C. limes. Deceased, Jesse h. limes. Kxecutor Second Second Day, Tuexli), Aui:ut 13, 1918. 111. Willliim C. Hunter. Deceased, Mury 1. Hunter, Administratrix 110, Christian Iinhodm, Diceused, Juim A. Milne, Administrator 21. Art and Kail Johnson, Minors, Elmer K. Johnson, Guardian ....Fourth Mi. William Uuhler, Decased, (Ilium Kulder. Kxecutor Final 2.1. Frances l.ucile I.acey, Minor. Nunnlv A. l.acey.Stout, Guardian ..Fifth 21. Murlon l.umley. Deceased, Fred Hughes, Administrator First 23. Alva Meyer, Minor, John A. Springer, Gunrdinn Second 20. Morgan llelr. Minors, G. W. Cum nini, Guardian Second 27. Mrs. Auberry .N'olund, deceased, Jo.ppli G, Comer, Kxecutor Final 28. Ilobert Patterson. Operated, W. II. Itlclinnls, Kxecutor Twelfth 2'J. Florinda I'rop, Deceased. George Meyer. Jr.. Administrator.... Seventh HO. Minervu Abulia Itandall, Minor, George W. Itandall, Guardian ....First III. Clarke K. Shepard. Minor, Mury II, Preston, Guanliun First 32. Nathan Smith, Deceased, I.ydia Sulth, Administratrix First 31. Gcorgo I'. Wamer, Dtceascd, Cora Wurner, Administratrix Second .First First STATK OF MISSOl'lll, County of Hull SS. I, Harry M. Dungan, Judge of the Probate Court within and for Holt County, Missouri, do hereby certify thut the above and foregoing is a full, true und complete copy of the probate settlement docket for the August Tcrm. A. I). 11U8. of said Court as tho same oppears of record In my otrice. Witness my hand uml tho seal of said Court. Done at oflice in Oregon, Missouri, this 13th day of July, 1918. (SKAI.) HARRY M. DUNGAN. Judge and Kx-Olficio Clerk of Probate Court. Oregon Chautauqua, August 13 to 18, inclusive MILITARY SPECIAL V. You mm of eighteen to twenty-one, would you like Military In school federal credits, co-ordination with Officer' Training, the privilege of slaying on the "Job till the. lost minuter One hundred boys and Uncle Sam doei the rest. mvm ' i ,-l-m , OIIKCO.VS IIIG CIIAl'TAl tJl A. Ilegln. .ugut 1.1, lit IK. Lasts li !) At the llliih SiIhmiI Campus, We arc going to have a real Chau tauiiua in Oregon, beginning August 1.1. It will ho out in the open under a big tent on the High School Cumpui. It is to I u great big community af fair that include Forest City, Forbes, New Point, Multlund, etc. And this means that every farmer und his fam ily in ull this great tciritory is espec ially invited. The Chuutuunua will last six duvs. with to sessions per duy afternoon branches, to sec that the branches n und night. It's the biggest six day cclxc suiriclent material to make up of the whole year. The big tent u III Its iUota and to ship ull finished art. bo u rallying point for patrotism. cles, Including those made by brunche. There uie lourteen dlirercnt uttruc- e cun no longer ileal directly with lions on the program. Some of them I branches, so branch orders must be re- lied Cro. lloth the knitting and sewing depnit ments xx ill need extra help during the next inrte montn. ir.e iUtu has !eii leceiveil, uml is a follows: seing 20 boys' suits. 1 lajette, Ji) womin's unrons. -') comfort kits. Knitting JO sweaters, 100 pair of socks, an oi Hnicn are to be compieteil n wctoocr i. neiow is u copy of mi. Sttup.-V letter, tthiih explulns the cnange in tne i.hi i.ros worK (luiita No. I. lo all C'haplei-s: Knelos.-, you ' I 1ii.il lour Chuntir Quota No. 1 refu. ge. and hospital gunm-nts. knit gools ami conn or t Kilo which ure to be ii.ade In the next thiee months Jul; , August und September. Kindly ac- miimletlgo your uiceptancc of this iuotn on encln.ni postal and u Pu; .ptly us possible. Quota sheet noj. the pncis of the urticle, you are to muke, which include all lind. ii.gs. lain !, und everj thing to complc'e an article intnely. It is ten minor- tant that you use yarn for the special purpose for which it was intended, und uie iiuik umount neiiliil Is also note.1. as Mr. immnns wrote you in h letter June 20. the Division 'llureuu of fupp ic can oniy sen u Chapter suf I'cieiit mutenal to coyer Chapter iUotu. The purchasing of new material must Ih- hunted to one snuice the Division lluretiu of Supplies which in turn win limit us purchases to one source -National Headnuarters. Owing to the present uncertainty of iiiuuuiiitiuiinK comiuions, we cannot ubsolutelv USsurn Cliunti.ri ttint .1 will recelw n suiriclent iuantity of ma. terlal in time t complete their entire iuiiki wnnin tnree months. Natur ally we shall not hold rlmntir r..n. sible for their Inability to complete , , i iumu " we tnwugh National Heudiiuarters, cunnot supply them with suiriclent material. i,1?.' '?l'r Chapter's responsibility to divide its nuutu fairly nin,,n lfU arc high class musical und intcrtulu menl companies, und some lecturers on live, vital topics that you ure Interest ed in. All tirst class uttiactions, some of them the very best in the country. The progiam is so urrunged that it win interest you uml ull )our friends, ceiei inrough tho Chupter and i.iaiitn Miijunents must also be sent to the lluieuu of Supplies by the Chan ter. 1 his is a positive rule, with no ex ceptions. At present we are not irlvinu you u iiuotu for surgical dressings, nor making any changes In production of It doesu t matter how old, how young,' these articles. Owing, however, to the riioriugi1 or gaune, ou may Und it udvuutugcous to run your surgical dressings shops on a half time basis during the summer month. wuijtns nave been divided very rare- how busy, how can-free. It has ome thing in it und u lot for every man, Woman und child in this nnintiv around. Remember tho dute, August lil. litis 0 days. Music will be n big feature, of ifull' and very fairly among the Chan course. Whether you care lor music " "'vision. oi will find or not ordinarily, you'll bo delighted ""- 'lyow cans ror a greater wita wnut tne uiuuiauiruu lias to oiler ulong this line. There'll be u dlllercnt musical compuny each duy. No two duys alike. There'll be vocal artists, choruses, orchestras, all kinds of in strumental und vocal surprises all by professional people no amateurs. Ilf.l",, It, n lini.r nlifllnn tT ,I.a r.i- gram. Uok It over, und then study rrK'' 'ng or to tew, transfer your program booklet or Chautauiiua ; ,,"v. ""Rting. Wc havo never yet iiviuni jor me real story oi me men: "j"""1 " iuuniuy oi arti unit women mat are coming: Lecturers: Capt. Richmond 1'. Hob- son, Jay William Hudson, Gabriel R. Magulre. F. R. G. S.l Roland A. Nlch- ols, Clyde Wilson McCord, Hob Seeds, ueorgo r.ustace I'earson. Musical Numbers and Kntcrtalncrs: Navassur Orchestral Hand, The Cecil Ian Chorus. Pearl O'Ncil. reader: I)e- Jcu, magician; Vlerras Royal llawal- mns; ucvito, piano-accordionist; Illack's Kuropcun Orchestra. These people aro brought here from u distance. Some of them come from the four corners of the earth. Many of them arc known the country' over. A Chautauqua like this la worth while. If you want to have n good time you'll have it at the Chautauqua. If you'll want some real food for thought, you'll get it. If you want to hear soul-stirring music, you'll get it. It hua all these things in biir meas ure. But bigger and more Important man any oi me aoove, you l get to hear facts about tho war. America's alms and plans. Just before the Chau. tauqua season opened the lecturers of the country were called Into confer ence t Washington to bear the prob- jimount of knitting thun your Chapter . i"1"'""-!!. mis is Hue to the fuct thut wc now have u very murli greater number of men In ser vice abroad und In training at home than during lust winter. If you find that at present you do not need the full time of all your workers to make cles needed, but unless wc will bring re,n'.c..ftrcnKth ln, tho prosecution of knitting, wc shall not be able to complete the allotment given this D. vision. Speed up on knitting. Yours very truly, HOItACK M. SWCPK Associate Mgr. Southwestern Division. I.OIS R. KNSOR, Secretary. o . Rome Wills. T. h. Armstrong, who died at his home, July 1918, executed a will. December 20, 1913. which was filed fir probate July 12. 1918. It was witness! cd by John H. Steele and C. Q. Hast ings, and it names Wes W. Wehrll as urlW00 CUrt fixed hla boni1 hlswlfe"1 'eaVCS h'S proi)Crty t0 i yon' wa,s e3tecuted Septem- ber 29, 1917, ond was (lied for pro bate July 13, 1918. Jt was witnessed y Frnk, rc.tre and Mina Wright His son, Guy L. Cummins. U mn.lAJ ccutor. He bequeaths all his proper V . Mle drinK her life, and at ,v iuk( io cis two children equally, Sheriff' Ssle In I'arllllon. Whereas, The Circuit Court of llnlt County, Missouri, at its regular May term, 191 h. made und entered of leconl a decree In partition and order of sain In the cause wherein Minnie Molfinu!' Carolyn liulse lloirinun, hllsulictn lloirman, David K. llnlfman, Allco lloirmun, Ida llerlhn Stone und John V. Stone were plaintiffs, and Albert Churles lloirmun, l.uu lloirmun, hllen Walters und Robert K. Walters wero defendants, and Whereas, by the terms of snid de cree the undersigned wus appointed commissioner to sell the real estuto tl,.ky.pil.t-il In ktitil di-erie: Now, Therefore, Pursuant to the. terms of suid decree, a duly certified copy of which decree und older of sale wan t., me delivered by the Clicuit Clerk of suid court on the Mh day of June, 19IK, I, the undersigned, us com missioner will on Monday, the Mh day of August, 1918, at the north fiont door of the court house In the city of Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, sell nt public vendue for cash to the highest bidder the following described reul es tate, all situate, lying and being in Holt County. Missouri, to-wit: Twenty (20) feit in n parallel strip oir the north sine or lot me (oj m block eleven (11). In the Original Town, now city of Oregon, Holt Coun ty, Missouri, said real estate being u part of the reu! estate embraced within the terms of said decree of partition. Said sale will lie made subject to the uppruxai or sai.i court. 1IKNJAMIN K. CROt'SKI!, Commissioner. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice l Hereby Given, Thut the undersigned, Joseph G. Comer, Kxe cutor of the cstutc of Mrs. Aulserry Noland, deceased, will make Final Set tiunent of hi account with said es tate as uch Kxecutor at the next term of the Probate Court of Holt County, .Missouri, to lie holilen lit Oregon, Mis ourl, in said county, on the 12th day OI AUgUlt, A. Li. JOSKI'H 0. COMKR, Kxecutor of the Kstatc of Mrs. Au berry Noland. Notice of Bridge Letting Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned w ill, on TUCKSDAY. TIIK fTH DAY OF AIVM'UT Oil.- at the Court House, in Oregon, Mo.. an ociocs: p. m., let at public outcry or srn!,.il liiiln. n, ti-nv lu. A,il,rr.l l.i the Court, on day of letting, a contract for furnishing all material and build ing one IJO.foot steel bridge over the I - . .. j. .... . . ijuii' iiirKio Kruinuge linen, I'j miles siiht ,if f'ri.lf, Xtn Contractor to give bond to maintain sam iiriuge tor four year and pay ment of material and labor. Certllled Certified check for $2.", to accompany blili. Said bridge to l completed In IPO ii.id iioin fiaie oi cnntiuct. Court reserve the right to irject anv or ull bids. On and after July 1918, plan and specification will be on lite in the v ouni- viers. on ice. This 9th day of Julv. 1918. JOHN II. I'mittT County Surveyor. Three Books There's a Farm for You in Colorado. Go to Southwestern Nebraska The Big Horn Basin of Wyoming Get Them They describe the low-priced lands that grow high priced crops. A visit to the broad, fertile prairies of Northwestern Colora. do or Southwestern Nebraskaand an acquaintance with the soil, climate, educational advantages and transportation facilities an eye-opener to the unacquainted, is generally followed by pur chase, location, happiness and prosperity. If you prefer an irri gated farm, in one of the best projects the Government has de veloped, then the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming is the place for you. S. B. Howard, Immigration Agent, Burlington Route, 138 Q Bldg., Omaha, Nebr. CHICHESTER S PILLS t JrfSfi SOU BY DRUGGISTS EVEinWHERE tt 1-4 10 tl t-41 TIIK ORFftON INTCtlt'BBAN llSIb TABLK. EflMil.t psr. Anil i, mr, Orsion torrstat L. 1 tSS m " i:t m " 13 tl 6 s m " I itO p m ' 4)20 pm It.turn r. at It. IiI4 sm A lOtOS ra liiti pm ii34 pro 4itt pm Ar. Iiot " itottt " Kilt p , " Jilt to " 4i4l ta At. till m " 10:10 in " lit) in " lrni " IlittB Nt-A-nll tietpt Sorulsr. No. 41 en Ktindtr st 4il0 p. II ut liwuvi to cd. Ittturs, Im TtM Clt, tt I lit p. m. A ipwlsl itMk trsln for rik tt4 tit io4 blpmnt lll Ims OrtroB tt Dm s. mM htsTtr dlrd hr shippers. NotlMi All ImsI fnlstit will In?t Oncs is Ui IS( . m. trsla. J. 1). .MOItOAN, Gen. MKr. Oregon, MltsuurL a D. zootc i-rwidtu. out. u cmtstrNs. UStMT, u i. uooiir. ceo. r. seuian. Vkt-rnsldtfit. Ass'l CsiSl. Zook &Roecker Banking Co. OKCQ I KIMOVU CsUMUkstt. IITL Th oMt bsk la Um SMtts, Tnsssttt IIMIll sklM bull mm. UUrM M14 ,o tim 41pnlts. Draft sols' oa &1I U4 prlftrlpsl clUa of Um (Matsr tu4 fann )!? msiU tpseUI uruswm w iDiian mosry S ji from srUU la faraica aoaBUiav rtit hhU t fsitMrs. uniuti ss4 .a. llildusli rapntfollf SDlWItaA. BpatU! iv, tliia ta buslMM IstnvusJ U ma. Tilnkaww Ms. It. DANln. ZAV.1IMAS. W. p. saiULTC I'midiM, Caihiw. JKSSli: J. JONKS. Ass't Cash. The Citizen's Bank ORKUOSi, MO. Capital KluS aa4 larslaa. IIMIIM. Tnnurtt a ttioral taaklac awltaM. la. Uml paid 00 aiposiu Ull (at a ipailtal Uom Urafu Iuf4 oa tnatlpcl tltlaa, Colli. liou aiala su4 rnnpUs rs-alu4. bltKurti II. Zvliraaa. rraalaaati J. A. Kraak, aarmarri 6ibal OaiMaoa, U I. Uuriia ai.4 6. t. O TaJloa. Tiliaksaa. Na. 4V PETREE BROS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Olllt:ti llrsti iloor wt'Ht ol CltlztMiH Hunk. OKIIOON. AlInHOUKI. Both Phonoi LAWRENCE McFALL, Osteopathic Physician. TreaU Bolh Acute and Chronic Diseases. Olllca tr Martin Futoltuir Mot. OREGON MIS80URI H00IER KITOKN CAIIMtT SAVE MILES OF STEPS Now open to receive patients. REGULATION PRICES DR. BEARD, Maitland, Mo. Home Phone, 87. Mutual, 104 EMMA BLACK Osteopathic Physician, All disease! treated by Osteopathic methods. Olflea First Raaldcc.a Wist Of Moor Kraak'a Stora OREGON, MISSOURI. J. C. WHITMER, PROUD BUILDING. North -Side of Square, Both Phones. BT 6. PIERCE DENTIST, n. w OfflcaU tha Moon B'lfll. Oregoo, Mo. hobV W PbooM, Old 01. Mutual 4 J.