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Attachment!. OLDS MOTOR WORKS Lansing : Michigan Oldsmobile All models carried in stockat Mound City, Mo., and can make immediate delivery of both, Six and Eight Cylinders 2, 4, 5 and 7 passenger Road Weight and Prices Six-cylinder Sedan, 2700 . . . . Price $1695 Six-cylinder Touring, 2500 .... Price $1105 Six-cylinder Roadster, 2400 .... Price $1195 Eight-cylinder, Five passenger, 2960 - Price $1495 Eight-cylinder Seven passenger, 3000 Price $1495 Eight-cylinder, Convertible Roadster. - 2800 Price S1495 . J AaF 8t5me ood UBcd car 'or sale, including a few 1917 Fords. We invite you to look over our line and get a demonstration, or phone us and we will come and see you. C. L. PORTER, Dealer for Northwest Missouri Independent 'Phone 340; Mutual 'Phone 115, Mound City, Mo. , ' Forest City and Vicinity. J. A. Kill nml iluuKhtcr returns! home Wednesday, of last week, from Ohio, whero they liuil boon vinttintr relatives. They report tlmt the crop arc burned im thcr Ilnrniv S'tnlriip mml' n IiuinAi trip to St. Joseph Tuesday, of loit week. ! C. 0. I'rlce anil wife nro vlsltlnc with relatives in New Market, Vlr- Kinia. I'reil Cottier nml wlfr returned homo Tuesday, of hint week, from Man itnu, Coloriiiln, where thev hail licen making a visit with relative. Mm. Win. Tliornhill ami Ml-s Jessie llnyil were St. Joseph visitor last Tuesday. Mi. (It'orgo Stroud, who hait been on our lrk lint the nast two weeks. wax taken to the Knswnrth hop'"il, in St. Joseph, Friday morning. Sho I some lienor ni tin writing. I.loyil William, who hait enlisted In the nuvy, left Thursday for (!mit takes. He went liy the way of Kan sua City. H. A. Huhn, of Oregon, spent a icw nay oi iut hook wun Ms uroti. er, Dan llnhn, Sr., anil wife. James ami MIo Pauline nml Niiumlc Quick, of llcm, Kans., visit ed several day at the I'. V. Scott home, last week. Itny Sentney nml family nml kin tor, Mis Muy Sentney," of Hutchln un KnnK., cume Monday, of Inst week, mul are making a visit with their brother, Chan. Sentney, anil wlfr. Mr. SM Vnnilcverr ami son, Her man, were in St. Joseph Thursday. W. C. Crow uml family, of Kan sas City, nrc here, making u visit with her sister. Mrs. Chns. Sentnev. Corblti Cllft unil daughter, Min. orili Anno, were in St. Joseph Tlniri. day. whero Coibln is taking treatment of Dr. Mlntim for his eve. J. K. Alkirc ami ilaughter, Miss i-.ctnu. were m. jovpu visitors Weil iivmIiiv. of last week. Harrison Nolnml nml fnmlly, of council iiiuiis, iu., spent jnursuay night here at the John Konl home. Ilrcxliu Slpes uml family, and Vlr- Sacked Guarantee The Columbia (no adjustment payment) guarantee covers all the materials in the battery. It covers the workmanship that put them there. It guarantees an electrical capacity adequate to the requirements of your car; with an efficiency at least 80J5 of the original capac- ity for the period of the guarantee. You get a guaranttt like this, only with the 'olumbtatv Siore Battery Eighteen different points of construction make the Columbia superior in 18 different ways. Honeycomb plate formation lias a (rutted structure like a iteel girder to t withstand buckling. Univertal termi nals make possible installing a Colum bia in seconds' time where hours were consumed before. Sealed connectors are protection acainst inexperience. Baronet-catch Vent plugs and exceptionally wide filling holet enable you to easily learn the condition of a Columbia. Let us show 'you M 18 point of superiority and explain what they mean to you. QHEGON BftTTERV and TIRESHOP J. W. HUNTSMAN, Proprietor 1 1 IkII Slpes and family, left Thursday morning lor sterling,, Colorado, wnero thev will make n visit with relatives, I.. K. Slpes, W. H. Slies and families, ami .Mrs. Kiln I'russmnn. Thev made tlio trip In their ears by the way of v.,1 ), - ':.. ti i- i ti. ...... ...iriMPntl , jllllMIII It'lll mey win rciurn by the lim or Sep tember ami k iy the wuy or Kansas. tut. Mrs. Wm. Miller, nf Mmiml f!ilv. enme ilown eilnostl:iy, or Inst wecK, ami spent tne ntgni nml inurniuy wun her father, George Drake anil family. Mrs. Drake and family 'returned home with her Thursday evening ami spent i lew nays wun .Mrs. .Miner. Oscar Moore nml family left Vhursdnv for Denver and Ixivcland. loHirmio, wncro mcy will visit wun relatives mere. . Ililey Turnov wns transacting business In Corning last Thursday. I l Teare, of Crnlg. visited Inst Thursday night and Friday morning with his mother, Mrs. Matilda Tearei while on his way home from St. Jo seph. .Mrs. H. (5. Cnrson anil family, of N'npler, spent Krldny with her folks, l J. Scott and wife. The W. W.V of Class No. 8, of the Christian Sunday school, met lost Wed nesday, At'gut I I, nml spent the time In knitting and preparing gun wipes. They met with Mnrguerlte Mnrtln, nml were favored with a watermelon treat by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martin, of his son, Howard, in the Plymouth Clothing Co., St. Joseph, anil Howard tins joined the navy. Harry would bo glad to have his friends of old Holt come in nml see him while there. John Ferguson and wife, of Hen ton district, visited Thursday with Krnest I.unsfortl unil family. Tho l.unsfonls returned home with them Thursday evening, ami spent the night at their home. The Sunday school class No. 2, of the Methodist church, and teacher, Hum tollman, met at the wm. craw ford home Thursday night There were eighteen present. 0. K. I'lummer and wife are the iroud parents or n new baby boy, torn Friday morning, August 16. Dr. inanmer, oi Oregon, was in utienu ance. Manning Hubbard, of the Hurr Oak district, Is the owner of a new Chevrolet car. which he purchased iroin cook & r osier, at uregon. Ilyron Htnklc and family, of Fort' nseue. were In our citv Saturday. I,ec Heavers, of Denton district, made a business trip to St. Joseph, Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Sprcckolnieycr and son, Kenneth, or corning, were ilown Mat unlav, visiting w'ith Mrs. (icorgc Har mon and family. Frank Tucker nml son, Sam SeliaelTer nml (Ieorgo Stroud were all in St. Joseph Friday. I'unt (leaver was mending sev eral days the lutter part of last week wun his nrotner, Mils, in at. josepn. Mrs. Mollle (Inlbratth has moved Into tho (ieorire Weber nronertv. Mrs. (ieorgo Cottier ami children, of Hellmny, Neb., arc hero visiting with tier purents, .N. ll. cook, una lum II v. Itoy Thornton, of Troy, Knns., wo here several days last week, visiting ut the lenry iioipn nomu umi outer relatives. Mrs. Itose I.unsfonl. Miss l.uuiulus and Krnest lAwsfonl, Win. ami U'ster King, or Kalis city, Neb., vlslml lust week with their sister and aunt, Miss A. M. Nye, who has been on the sick list, but In getting better now, John Vundeveer mid daughter, MIhh liraco, went to Kansas City lat week to sec their son and brother, I'd gar, who is in tho nuvy and who was passing through from the west count to tnu east coast, jiiltii iMMirusnri nnd Krnest I.unS' ford mudc u buslneH trip to Multlund .Mrs. F. It. Klton, of Torklo, wns down Saturday to .pend the iluy with tier purents, Neul Kunkul uml wife. Lloyd Lunsford spent a few days of last week with relatives In llentoit district. . John Ilirmingham, Jr., Clair Wat. son, France Duwson, Frunk Milla uml Win. riummer left Sunduy night for Kunsua City to enlist In thu navy. Charley Dawson spent Saturday night uml Sunday with lus sister, Mrs. Wm. Sprcvklcmcycr, unit funiily, ut "Jli 'imV Ueed. Clair Watson. K. I uml Kmiiicl llrodbock weio ull In St. Joseph Sutunluy. k-ranu ituinea sneiu sevurui uaia tho first of this week in Council lllulis, lowu, visiting with hu inotncr. JUilgo ti. W. Cottcn, of l orben, spent Sunday with his ton, A. J. cot ii.ii. nml fuhlllv. Mrs. 1'. V. acott, James and MiseH Pauline and Naundcs Quick went to Kuiikas City auiumay evening, wneiu thev i'iaiua a low uuva wiiu lueir si' tcr und aunt, Mm. Clyda Markhum. ltav. 1.. K. Marvin und two daugh tern, Misses Kunlco and Hotel, spent tho day Wedncsduy, of laat week, at hn l'rnnat l.unsforil home. They Ull attended tlio Chautuuiiua at uregon in tlio uttcrnoon. Chas. Uledsoe has purcnascii u Font tractor rrom tho Keevj-s-urugB A til a Knla r!n.. In Oreffon. Win. Douglua and bon, Hurvcy, of Salina, Kansaa, came over anu spent. Sunday with their aon and brother, inward Douiflaa and family. They went to Savannah Monday, where Mr. Douglas la uoctonng lor a cancer on hia hand. , Quito a number of our neonlo at tended the Chautauqua at Oregon last week. Miss Lulu Crawford, of St. Joseph, ia visiting; several days, this week, with ltilev Turnev and family, and ... r-. other relative and mends. E, L. llrodbeck left Sunday even ins for Southern Missouri, wncro he went on buslnets. Frank HoberUon, Misses Hattlo aiur" Marie Stanton, of Fillmore, visit ed 'Friday at the M. p. Cumminga home. Harrison Walker waa In St Joseph Monday. Several of our boys who left here for Camp Dodge, Iowa, are now in Mng Island, New York. John Birmingham, JK, was visit ing with his grandmother in St. Jo seph, Saturday. , Hobert Burns and family, of Kan sas City, spent Sunday at the Wm. Baker, Sr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Burns and ton, Willie, returned home Sunday, arasinr, and Misses Martha and Roberta will remain this week. - Sid Vundeveer was In St. Joseph,, Sunday. I! ley Turney was transacting, biifihifs in Skldniore Monday. " Ml. .4 (limit's lltil-itfM. (if Pnnn 111 .1 Is visiting several days thU week will, her i-iijsin, .Mrs. J. T. Scott. , - (ieruinc Fitininurice, of Hiring-1 ham, Knns., visited scvcrul days of loit weik tit the S. K. Chumbers home and' with other relatives. i .1 is. .. Wntsnn left Sum nvl night for lllnlrsville, (icorgln, where sue win join her tiusbaml, i., 1'., unil son, Austin. llev. J. I.. Marvin nml daughters, Mivos Kunicc :iml Hazel, nnd Miss (iertrude Lyons spent Monday In Savannah. I'll" meeting still continues with good interest nt the Huptlsl church. Kverybmly Invited to nttend und assist In thene meetings. "Mrs. it. C. Hniwnlec and daughter, Conn Ktfiuhcth, of Alpinu 1'uss, Ark., lire visiting at tho Dr. II. W. llubcock home. M. It, Ctinimlngs and family spent Suml.iv at tho (ieorife Cu minings home. .Miss .Marguerite Mnrtln spent Saturday nml Sunday at the ltund Watts home, near Fortescue. I!ev. Murnhy. of New Point, was at the Albert Martin home Saturday evening. .Mr;. Mcclanuhnn and son, James MrClunmihnn, and family, visited Sat lihlny ut the Webb Kelley home. V are glad to hear of llov. Jere miah Kelley a being much better und able to lie un nml nruund acaln. Mrs. McClanulimi returned to her Inline Sunday, In l'uolu, Knns., nfter u few weeks visit with her son here. James JIcc anahon ami family. itev.'j. J. cuirerky win noiu ser vices at Watson Sunday. Albert McOulrc and family, of Kimsey district, spent the nay Sunday ut the Web Kcllev home. Mrs. Itoy Wilkes and children, of north of Mound City, were visiting at the Kd Wilkes home und with other relume here. Inst week. Mrs. (Ieorgo (Sore, daughter, Miss Audry, and son, Doyle, of Itichmond, Mo., "Corporal" Floyd Waggoner, of Camp Funston, Kuns..j Mrs. Armcttn Hull and brother, Harve: Miss Sad'c 1 1 ridges, Dewey McKce, Itaymond uml tieorge Dyer, Mrs. Florence Waggoner and daughters, Misses Mildred and (iludys, Murie and son, (ilrnn, of Forties, Mo., spent the day Sunday at the Chick Quick home. Miss Dasie St. Clair, of St. Jo soph, visited the first of last week with her cousin, Mrs. Chick Quick, and ramuy. Ural Nolnml and family, of Fortes cur, uml John Nolaml and wife, spent Sunday at the Chus. Hoover home. Miss I'nnsy louden loft Friday for her home at Fairfax, after a week's vllt with her grandparents, K. Ilrock ami who. Chus. Ilnintineyer, Thomas I'ilk' Inittmi and Millanl llluchley ull motor' itl to St. Joseph Monday, of lust week, uml transacted business. Mrs. Itoy Wilkes nml children, of Mound City, Tom rilkington and fam ily, (ilonn Wilkes unit wife, Itlchuld Tolbcit uml wife, John Callow und wife, and James Meek, of Oregon, spent tho iluy Sumluy ut tliu Chus, llruntnicvor home. Mm. I). M. Ilurk. of Kansas City. Mn Is visiting her ilaughter, Miv, Itiissell Sheffield, for a few days. Mrs. li. II. Sheffield has us her gliosis her sister, Mrs. Oscar Knocht. wife nml daughters, Misses Nilu nml Orthn; also Mr. Knecht's mother. These folks ure from Miami, Okla homa to San Diego, California. , David Withrow uml wife, of St. Joseph, spent Siiturduy night at the Worth Anno home and visited Sunday with their uncle, 'Corbln Cllft, uml family. itulph Meyer nnd wife visited Sun day evening with his folks, James Meyer ami family, nt Oregon. Mr. uml Mrs. Ira Porter uml little daughter, Klennor, of Skidmore, spent Sunday night nt the Kd Kvuns home, in Kimsey district. Krnet l.unsfoiil left Tuesday morning for Deaiborn, Mo., where ho will lend the singing In n meeting nt tho Christian church there. Knrl Itenton and tnmlly, Mrs. Mary llenton nml son. Ilrynn, of High land distilet, spent Sunday evening nt the (Jlcnn Wilkes home. Miss Violet Ilrock returned homo Monday night from Seilnlln. where she hns licen visiting with her brother. W, Ilrock, nml family, and sitter, Miss ChiruUd. Mrs. Grace Williams and son. Smith, ure here from Anndurko, Okla homa, making n visit with her mother, Mrn. Iji'.Ii Noliiml, nml sister, Mrs. O. a. riummer, ami inniny. Jolin Ilirmingham, Jr., and Clare Watson ti.'iSM'd out of the five bovs who went to Kansas City to enlist in tlie nnvy Sunday night. u-sllc llaker went to Trov, Knn., Monday, where he visited u few ilaM with his aunt, Mrs. Martha Warner. Mrs. Anna Kfnor nnd Miss (irn'e spent sovenil days last week with Mrs. i.ucy innKie, nt rortescue. llort Fairbanks, Mrs. Hllcy Tur ney, daughter, .Miss (icnevlevo. nnd Miss Lulu Crawford motored to St, Jo seph Tuesday In llert'a car. Mrs. Kate urelner anil son, llar laml. of Orecon. snent the dav Sun day nt the Chns. Flinn home. A card was received, last wook, rrom Kobcrt Wills, who is In the hos pital corps with the K8th division, s ny nir they were nt Camn Mills. New- York, ami nrc ready to sail to I ranee. F. K. Custcel and Judtte I). C. Stallaul went tu St. Joseph Sntunlay, where i. c. irot n in a new "i irnt u- cylinder Studobaker car. uev. r. r. cooiey received a teie cram from I'aris. Texas. Monday night saying that "mother Is very bud, conic at once." itev. cooiey icu lues' lav mominir for that citv. Mrs. I'erry Kails, daughter ami son, and families, of Ijiwson, Mo., ure vlsltlnir this week with her sister, Mrs, Dave Wallace, and other relatives. L. A. Honks nnd fnmtlv and Sid ney Hanks went to frcston, Neb., Tues. lav in their car. where Hliinev return ed home. Im A. and family will also visit with her brother; Mr. Itclgcr, and family, at Hiawatha, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. licit (inldcn, of Crnlg, spent Sunday with Harry rra tier and family. In Chamber district. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. McCoy, of Mound Cityinil Chris Clifford and fam ily spent Sunday with their sister and mother, .Mrs. Mary momniii. Mis .Mute Taylor, of Mount Sterl Ing, III., I here, visiting with her brother. A. D. Tuylor, und V. V. Scott nml wife. J. W. Arnold left for his home nt Sparks. Oklahoma, niter a three weeks' visit here ut the Turnov homes. Mr. Joe McCnnl and son, Joseph, (iiilen Mills, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday with hi folk, Chns. Mills ami family. Ilaymuml llonnlng returned home Saturday from Mound City, whore lie has been working this summer for Fred ljiwrcnco, if Atchison. Knns.. ure to be here the later part of this week and will make a visit at the .Mrs. vine novey ami i, K. Teurc homes, Tho lliintist church euvc "Moth' or' Night" .Monthly night. A riblMin wns given to each person present. A roil one to tho one whose mother was living und n white one to those whin mother wns dond. A solo was render til by MUt F.unlre Marvin uml two iiuiiiIkts were given by the male iuar totte, after which llov. Marvin gave a sermon to the Mothers. Quite a nunr Ix-r of people wero present und enjoyed im meeting, MIsn Ki nu Alklm wus havlnir den tul work done In Oregon Thursday mornlnir. Judge I). C. Stollnnl. fnmlly nml Miss Mary Alkfrn visited Sunday ut the John Anderson home. Mis Nellie Wilkes returned home Monday evening with Mrs. Itoy Wilkes and children, near Mound City, who liiii-i, liein v HltlriL. relnllvett lien-. ui:i,i'iii:us A War Time Sweeteners MERICA has several excellent war time sweet eners that will be used largely during the short ago in the sugar supply. They are maple sugar, syrups, honey and molasses and may be used in preparing des serts and other dishes requiring sweetening. When a cup of syrup or honoy Is used to replace a cup of sugar the liquid in tho recipes should be decreased one-fourth. One-third of a cupful of sugar is equivalent to one-third of a cud of honev. ahout nnn. half cup of syrup and about one-half cup of corn sugar. One-fourth of a cup of sugar ia equal to about one-half cup of syrup or one-third cup of corn sugar. One table spoon of sugar is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about one and one-half tablespoons of syrup and one and one third tablespoons of corn sugar. Sugar may be saved by the use of raisins, dates, figs, dried paara and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals. Fruit marmalades, butters and jellies should be used to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and not as accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without augar. It may be added when sugar is more plentiful. Preserving demanda this year a thin syrup instead of a heavy syrup, s If augar ia used one-half of the amount may be replaced by another sweetener. Drying ia a means of preserving (without sugar) ap ples, cherries, strawberries and blaek caps. When ready to use they may have added the needed augar in the form of a syrup. When sugar is more plentiful fruit juices may be made into jellies or may be used aa fruit juices with or without sugar, aa beverages, fruit gelatins and frozen desserts. Fresh fruits supply the placa of sugar in the diet. They ahould be used freely. Desserts where augar is. scarce may ba made of gelattnavjuaketa, custards, Buddings aad takes. ' 4 k- - ' .. VS .. IftWll i T '"1 ifi" )rmAindmhmimmmiammUammmi i n mlWsfaj efaiiOas) i!:111" ' . ":MI . . THK ORECON INTr.RUROAN TIME TAIILK. Klfxtlrt , A till S, HIT. Off iron If Lt. ttSS sra i:t t m UilO m 1 1(0 p m 4 1!0 tm 14 10 tl i-tt tl torn F. Cllr Sill a m " AtOiOS am " liilSpm IiJ4 pm Sillpm FsfMt Clt Ar. SiOO an " ttlO a. m " ItitS pat " tilSpn " 4itpa Ontoa Ar. lit am " 10.10 sra lilOpm " lillpn " litOpn Not A t)ll nrrt Sanitt. No. 4S en SunJ.r t 4it0 p. m If snf i'iimi la to. It.turn. Imts Forstt Cllf tt Sill p. m. A ipkUI ttotk trsla for stork n4 cat 04 hlpimnt lll Imt Ontoa t It ill 9. wbnvtr dilr4 tr hletrs. Notlt.i All lnrl frrltht will Imt Ortfoa a tU SiSS a. m. train. J. D. MOItCAN, Gen. Mi;r. OrcKon, Missouri. a D. ZOOK. OUT. U CUMMINS. rrwMtnt. Cuhiw, u t. Moore. aco. r. seeman. vx-rni4nt. Am i Cukltr. 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