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1 fit tail 54TH YEAR. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918. NUMBER 18. Handsome Huslnes's) ilomr. Tenro and Itulcy, our progressive hardware iloalrrK, ure now nicely iiuar tcrcd In their new -and hnndsome busi ness home, one we think that In no aocontl to any hardware store In Northwest Missouri, utitcas it be per haps In St. Joseph. H. (!. Itulcy, of this firm, made the Investment to purrhusc the old How. ell house on the west fide of the jwiuare after It hart been practically destroyed by fire n year ago. He pur chased it for the solo purpose of erect" lng on the ground n business house In full keeping with the demand of their crowing business, and to nlso have u handsome ami modern business house, ami nicy now surciynnvo it. They nlnceil the matter of the build lng of their new home in the hand of Contractor Andrew Tochtermnn, who prepared the pinna, ami he ha tumid over the keys, and Tenrc d Itulcy tire now in their new business home nml bid you welcome to call and see them BBBBaaaHr'BBBBl it. i ti:aiii:. and examine what they have to fell, nnd lenve your order with them, und you will surely be ttentnl right. The hulldini: occupies u ground space of -tOV.Hl fret with n 1 1-foot cell Inir. nnd is built of hollow tile faced with hard brick. The celling Is. of ornamental Mod, and the Moor Is laid with white grm. The shelving on the noith side is of the llcrrlck patent, nnd is In oak. Tha Mouth ktde Is shelved to accommodate the tinware department, On the north side ure massive oak counters, and JiandKome show can's. The front Is In heavy plate gloss, tho sinner tin riltton lu-Ini nf tile prism: It is modern In its linhtlnir nnd licutlmf, nml there Is no feature loooklnic to it maklnK f nn Ideal hardware store that has been omitted: nnd thcio have been worked out by the brain of two active experienced lianlwaro dealers, who knew wnat tney wwucu, im m- ln It i.n.l i,nt It. The entire Moor space ts Riven over to the dlsplny of their heavier line of goods Moves, rcfrlRcriitors, etc., ami you simply have room to turn around when you want to and the best of light nnd opportunity to see what you lira lilll-ltlir. In the southwest corner of the room fin th drat tiiKir is the accounting de partment, and on the opposite corner is a stnlrwuy leading to a i-font basc nent cxtcndinR under the entire building. In which will bo tho heating plant and for storage purposes. The basement Is also accessible from the west, to accommodate unloading 01 oini Mc. without using tho main store room, or irf any way Interfering w tii t ioso on mo main nour. u iBiiiRss Xi iHam t G. KUIiBV. lighted with n view of niroiillng'thoso who ilesiro 10 pee m y """.. .i.-l tW. rnn i n SO n Pill till" as If tho sun wcro shinning upon tho 8lnl!,"tho samo block, just south of their Btoro room, they hnvo n large ur ck waro house tor urn " tion of their implemenU, wire fene- The Old Sentinel congratulates theso sterling young business men nnuwlsn "for them a long, successful buslncw career. He Had a Party. S f 1, , I H I - I .1.1! V. . . i'lrjVl I Uffl, SI, tt II. I1UII U llt'llKOl ful time at their regular meeting on Saturday afternoon of last week, be ing tno guest or their comrade, r. a. ltostock and wife. On arrival nt the home thev were cordially and heartily greeted by the mniuy aost nnu hostess, and rnown into the reception room which was np. pronriatcly decorated for the occn- slon In the national colors. Commander King called the post to order and the chaplain being absent, Koocrt Montgomery performed the duties of this oiricc nnd also read the minutes of the previous meeting. i nc sick cnn iwing soundcii, it was found that I 'red Markt, Phillip Hush and Thomas I'rve wen nhscnt on nc- count of sickness, and Commnniler King, who hud made his rounds, found them to be improving. The roll rail showed the absence nf Chaplain T. I). Koberts, Adjutant F. S. .Morgan, uaiuci miiikci. nr.. uanici Zucl.mati and A. W. VanCumti, who were nicni in nttennnnce at tne (Na tional Kncmnpmcnt, In session at I'orl land, Oiegon, The liliK-irdinL'H of tho nost closed. Mrs. liiutnck annouiireit the time hud mtiii for the "IkijV to lino up for the "grub pile," and led by the host, they li'iil into the spacious dining nioin and were seined ut a nennv dec oiatiil table, wliere they weie servnl w nit a must paiataiiio luncheon, ,mi. liuptock being nsnlntiil by Mrs. I'lvd llnintmeier, Mrs. Kail Cooper, Mis, C. i'ullor mid Miss Kute llalbnur. Mrs. Wm. M Morris und Mrs. Jacob King, as guests, were seateil witii the eti-nins, I no gathering at the tame was a merry one, ami not one was thi ie but hail icnrhiil his three scoie and ten the oldest being liubeit Montgomer), bl. ami tho youngest, Clint l'M iuh, TO. The honors of the uit weie extended Mr. and Mrs V. lock and their aides, each inenilicr standing u the Honors were extended, Ah Mr. linstock rallied to the colors la the great civil strife, so lias ids two sons. Untold nnd James, annuel ed the rail In the great world wide war for ireediim, anil to make the world sure for Ii'imcrary, for civilization and humanity. I'd, the eldest son, was In the regular army and suw service in the miiiipincs. Mr. Itoktock was born in Craw-ford county, Ohio, April -Jl, lBi'-'. nnd ut the age i live enrs rume wiiu ins parents, Kcrdlnand nnd Nancy ICunkel ltostock, to Hull county, locutlng on tho land now owned liv llcnrv Cook. just south of the city limits. Here he obtained ins common scnooi eiiuca tion, grew up on the farm, und worked out as u land naixi tor uncic tieorgu Meyer ami Jacob Harmon, When the Civil War came on, Kcrd enlisted In Comnanv K. lifith Missouri Infantry, tuklng a ltaml ut the buttio of Shlloh, April -7. lhC'J, and other battles. At the close of tho war I-cnl "came marching iiomc" und went to work with his rather, learning the shocmaking trade, which he has fol lowed every since, except making shoes. Of late years ho hns lieen in the poultry and cream business unu uti' Joy a good business. He mnrr rd M no. daughter nf Cam. linn Itenrwnlt. who ramp to this coun try from Chcrplcvn, (Jermany. wliern l.cna was nom uciooer inti,,iiiB fnm v rume to this county In lr!.'i:i. und occupleil the east part of what Is now known as tho Variety Store, tho wedding day being November l, mou, and on .Nov. I, iuiii, inis coupie ceie lirntml (heir lrotilen weddinir. They hnvo live living children ami five grandchildren. The children are: Kdwanl. of Oregon: James., army. nt Rvruriite. N. .i Harold, nnnv, V. ' ' . ,1 l.l lloston. .Mass.: .Mrs. i.. j. rerun fMlnnlei. llenu bile. Wash.: Mrs. T ii Mtivnn (Dnltv) Snokanc. Wash. Tho veterans unswerelng roll cull on this occasion were: Commander, jucou wing. V. H. ltostock. Itohert Montgomery. Krnnk Sutton. Karl Cooper. II. K. Denny. 11. K. Pcrct. W. S. I.unsfnnl. Clint I.everlch. T. C. I'uller. I). P. Dobyns. Wm. M. Morris. o Yiinlhfiil Klirhlirs. There Is much talk nowadays about whether boys of lH should bo drafted fur tho.. nnnv. It is Interesting to know that there aru many veterans of tho Civil War hero in lion county who were. 1C, or even younger when they enlisted. Wd know of one who wits 111 In January, 1801, anil on May in uni- rmtcd in inn ca nuro ni uumn Jackson; on Juno 17, lbCl, ho was in lino of buttle ut lioonevinc, nnn on August 10, 1801, ho took his place In line nt the battle of Wilson Creek. Ilia old SprinttHeM musket shot just ns hanl and just ns fur us that In tha I l ..r rnlln.i' !ir. Do these objectors know that during the Civil War there were 811,801 en listments undor.10 years of ngo; tlicro were 1,151,438 in thosrnnks between tho uges or JU ami ii oi mo wwi 778.30!i enlistments, 2,150,798 were under 21 years of age, u IV I .i . nunl,. Plir. s t K K. Hlnklo recently bought a top . apring boar, sired by Stono s- A Won derTonrof the greatest eires of tho n ."J??.. "... s nf Jib best sows:, He . ml 'farrowed the last of r February -t w weigh -about- UIJO pounds SfTirfU use Wm In his herd jo "tsj J iSmtr Boy. He aaya coat long k vSSrbnt he will not wgret it, as i (M, premier l" " - Two More Calls. The local draft board has received two calls for men. . . ' 1 he first call is for five men. limited service class of grouii C. which In cludes that class of men subject to remedial delects. I hey are to be call ed during the four day period, Septem ber 3-fl. These will go to Camp Green Ilcf. Lytic, Rrorgin. The second call is for 16 men, sub ject to general military service, and nre to ira to Cntnn McAHhur. Wuco. rexns. during the four clay nciiod oi ticpicmbcr a-o. un r nncen neniMcrro. America's second class of 21-yenr- old men enrolled Saturday of last week, August 24, under the sclectlvo sisrvicc net, with the prospect of nn anv can to tne colors, u is csumiii- I tlmt ir,n.n(XI will be the totnl en rollment fur the entire rnuntrv. while the totnl for Holt rounty was but 15, the general guess being 30. I his registration will be tho last I or 21-yenr class, us the new mnn power bill e in nates this distinction ny rhnnt-lntr tlie draft litre. How soon the new registrants win lie called Into sen-Ice vnrles with lo calities according to the numerlcnl strength of Clans A-l. In many places it Is thought they will be In training In n short time, nnd it will llkelv Ih mi for the Holt rouiitv rruis- trants. The following Is the list of tIio.o registi'ilng with tl.e local board here on Saturday lust, August 21, 1018: Prince Itomlne lllurk. Mound City. WIMIiim Uiiuloii couch, .iialtinuii. Italpli llem (iiahain, lllgclow. James llenifi rson lluiiea. Craig. Clinenre Ije Moore. Craig. William Caltcn Plummer, I'orest City. Italpli Abraham Miowallcr, Craig. Herman l-'rcderie S'chtiltc, Oiegon. I!nrl Clinrles Smith. Mound CitV. Arrlile U-vuuus Touitillott, Mound City. .lumen wiiher n. ns. .Moulin i,nv Kred Ilenlnmlii Wlilniile. Toiest City. flAM.I.. l.-.npAl V..I..W- f)t.,.,rtn -,llll, l.lillll ', IK, Chrintv Otis Sines, Ou-gon. ()nn l.lnvd Wrlulit. Mound City. I'nink liusli. wife nnd two rhll- Iren. nf llaxtum. Coloiailo. lire here to see his father, Phlllln liush, who recently wertved u stroke of paralysis, but Is now Improving, und also to visit other iclutlvvs. ltli KAinnniih Fair. SflntnnlliPr 2. IV ill l0 tho opening' day of tltp second annual CX' iiiuiv y- -.v,' ...Ill eoclation here, me jair inm be ono of the old-time county variety, with a $10,000 premium and purse i list and a big horso show. Tho fair win bo heldor tho waek, Septcmucr a to inclusive. , , . n-U nrrnllnila Will ODen Ut o'clock Monday morning. Judging, of Likii. ...Ill tnl nlnro everv morn ing. Exhlbl have been planned of live itocJc,'ai?n macninwy, uouiMjr, aewlng, hortlenlfuw. grain and vegp taWi"'liberal?rU, fwey w8Ml0"' rniture) aomisiic wskuxv v tion. ? V " i , 1 Lieutenant l!s Slrenon Is nt the l runt l.lne. W. C. Stevenson received the follow ing cablegram n few- days ago: "Via New York, Aug. 20, 1!U8. V, C. Stevenson, Oregon, Mo. On Aug ust (i I left your son on the battle front near I'ismcs, In excellent health and spirits. We hnd Just gone through the famous drive and he wns anxious to let il.nl know. ou hnvo much rev son, sir. to be very proud of your son. lie is miiKing goon. "S. I . 1 1 I.I MUCK. Ma or '. A." "Dad" Is proud of his son. nnd for tnnt matter so are nil or h rr ends: and that means everybody who knows hint. Lieutenant liny Is n sample nf the magnlllcent young men who have Rone across to light for the cnuse of hui'inn- ity and liberty. With four million Amerlr.-in hovs in the held. Nil bv of ficers such as Hay Stevenson, backed 111 til. .ntlil AmelirMlll tinnlilf.. tlin fntn of nuinernr) Is wrlten. Thru- i no ii!eiloii nlniut tho boys, The.x will do their Part and nothlmr ran stnp them this sidi of llerlln. The on'v nni'-tKMi is: Will we back them tip 7 I hen' Is only one answer to make. Well stu with them with nil we inve (did nil we snvr. And we will make the mnn who wont do It willingly ami shame to rny there tile n few mighty tinpop. ulnr. N'ew rndertiiklni- Parlors. Lester Pettlinlin. our undertaker, has recently completed u home for the dead that Is one nf the most cimplete and modern In nil its appointments to be I mini I in this section oi tne siaie. He has due down rn Lis pockelbonK and spared neither money or details to matte It so complete, as to mnke n -ii . 1 1 . ,i.i..i til. iruow irei kooii hi u iiii m iiuniv iiiin u hen his tltnn ronirs that he will hnve such luxuriunt quarters in which to be laid nwnv. and made to "look so nat ural," us he lay in his window lom home. f The nor or Is "fixjO feet, luxuriantly rouiniied and -furnished, in which un to be fornd the very lutest and pumI- em furnishings. Immediately In the rear or the par lor Is the state room, und to tho rear of this Is the morgue, equipped with tne very iniesi uijniumi'r. riuiu im-mnrL-tie one Is enabled to take nn ele vator nnd go to tiie basement, which Is used as u storage room, unit arcom modntions for his nuto hearse. nr r mi me. 11 fellow has no Iticllnu it. . .11.. 1..., ..l...n Ma 11. ntt Anik lIUII lU , Hill ,iv,, nm i '" - come, It will be a comfort to those ho mvi-s behind mat mere is sue :i place as tho I'cttljohn Undertaking ruriors lor nim to uu iuiu nwuy, am to lie In state. Miss Maude llatemiin. n very pieus nnt Attendant. Is Mr. rcttllolins as aistant, to wuit on customers, whether to buy u casket or somo furniture. . o Left a Will. rhllln Kollmer. who died . August 16, 1018, left a will which wns executed November 15. 1811.1. nnd was written In- Ksou ro Thomus J. . IIKlnson, n f-t(. n-n.l tfllnnasMl liv f'l.nrf-i w. iinldwin and r- n. ncntney unu n II. Cass. With tho exception oi .mi- Cuss, all of theso parties are now dead, ino win wns prooaten iui week. His son W am Is made exe cutor. He leaves nil his property to his wild during nor lite. M. II. faille .Score at Male l air. Columbia. Auirust 27. Tho nine steers exhibited bv the University o Missouri nt tho State Fair at Srda!l:i won six first nrlies, two second priiei nnd ono fourth nrizo In tho Inilivlihlu classes. In udilitlon thev Won tin' ciinmpionship prizes In tha Shorthorn and tiauoway classes, nnu nrsi prin-t on the puro nrcii iicreiom suer uu nine und cross steer ncrn. TOOK PAIIT IN IIIC. DKIVIi Ciillid to the ('iilor. The following five registrants hate l-en ciiIIhI to the set vice by the local hoard, mid will go to Camp (ireenllef, I.ytle. (ii-otgia. during the four day perluil, Septemlier .'t-0. i-red i.awienee mcKcy, .Marcus, la. Noah Allen Hopkins, St. Jnseiili, Clai'iin-e L Potter. Minimi City. Knil I lew i- Patterson, Multland. Kdwin Wilfls, St. Joxepli, Mo. The fiillimini; IIS have In en called to the colors by tlie local board, to be in dueled duo tlie reivlce during the four i lav ni-rliMl of Septeniber :J-. nn I will go to Camp Mr Arthur, at Wnrn, lexux. Wm, Harrison. I ell, Mound City. Hz'-klel Walk Ileadley, Oregon. Clins. IMuatil lieed, I-o rent City. J no. l.udvUg Marti, Mound City. Jock HeWitt liandnll. Cralg. Otho II inkle, lllgclow. (Iran W. Ilutrick, l-'nrtescue. Win. J, N". Ktieate, New Point. I'nink Carnert IIoitIu ts. Illgelnw. Ciisslus Hues Peters. I'otest City. I .en is jus. MitiKci, .Mound uiiy. William Morgan, Mound City. Clarence 1'rrderkk Wahls, Crulg. Kddie Cenles, Cralg. l!ay Kdwin Meyer, Mmmd City. I.'lswortlt Dcl'orn-st (icorge, On-gon, SOLDI Fits l.iriTFIt. A lAmtr Trln. Irvlno Ollbert, wife and twoichll ren, of lIufTulo, Wyamihg, nro hero n a visit with his wlfo'a. mother. Mil-. Mnrv Kurtz, nnd nnnv other relatives. They left Huffnlo July, for rcnnsyl vunla by auto for a visit with tela- tlves; arriving in i-hiiaiicipnia in ten days, a distance nf 2r'IG3 miles. Front Philadelphia, to KUiott Kurtz's, east of Oregon, a dlstanco of 1,2(15 miles, was nindo in fivo days. They had very little troublo on their entire trip and only hnd to lay over a few hours' on account oi rain, itau a aetigntiui trip In every way. He reports Ed Fuhr mnn and tho rest of the Holt county people Well and prospering,' They left Wednesday of this week on their re turn trln home.' x , Who Can Beat It? Jfou will tee some corn that is corn irf Jonas Watson's show window. It la of the Johnson County Wbita variety and was raised by Jamea A. Foster on bia farm, near Cunon. .There are five ears, measuring from 10 to 13 Inches in length "full and roundad out to the tin. flu haa'85 acM aad'aava it will averace. from 65 to ,70i buahali to the U-M. ' 1 . Dear Mother: Just a few lines to let you know I nm fine. I nm sure I will like It. My unit Is so sore I ran I II.. ..-.tin U'.. p.it lir.. nl.nllt ft irrlock yesterday and huve our iinr. ti-rs and have taKcn one snot nircanv We sure had a big time on our way up here: there weie seven Pullmans of us on n siuvliil train: about .'.ouo men rumn In hcte Satutilay. I and two of the boys i mine Willi ale 111 the nunc barracks: the other one is In another rnnin. Thero must be seven or eight ramps here. I want you to nnu out what camps iiersnei mixer ami now ii rd rcare lire in mid let me Know, i I run look them u 1 1. It Is awful en up here. We sliep in barracks with ii henvy woolen blanket over us and It sure feels good. 1 Just rnma from church. There were 10,000 or moro there. I uImi intended a lllblc class this -morning, conducted by a Y. M. C. A. mnn. How is everyone ut homo? Tell everyone hello for me nnd that l like It lino so lur. write me at I,. 11. WILLIAMS. hth Ileuinirnt. 510th Company liar racks 815 Wost, Camp Decatur, ureal Mixes, Illinois, Mrs. Dr. J. I- Minion Ik-ail. On Friday last, August 23, 1IH8 tlicfo passed uway nt her homo in l oir e-.eue. ono of Holt county's good wo men; ono who will be missed sadly by a lunro circle of friends, to-wlt: Mrs, Alice Fostor-.MInton. wife of Dr. J. I.. Mlnton of that town. Mrs. Mlnton wns tho only child of II. II. 1-oster nnd wife formerly of Klrksvillc, Mo but moro lercntly of this county, bath of whom nave long since been iicccii'Cd, It was nt Klrksville, when attend Inir school there. In 1874. that Dr. .Mire ton formed the uriuulntancc of Miss 1-oster, nnd their murringo toiioweu in 1877! slnco which time tney navn re sided In the Immediate neighborhood ol J, L.'s old home, in .Mlnton township, near to or within the town or i-oitcs rue. Mrs. Mlnton w-ns n trllo Cllfistian woman, whoso Influence wA always for the unbuilding or every goon unit moral Inlluenco niuong tho peonlo . . . . ... ..i .. i i.. , sno nssociatcii with, one wns nurii-u at Mount Hono cemetery, near .Mound City, on Sunday, August 25. and her Li-malns woro followed to their final restinir nlaco bv a luriro concourse of relatlven nnd friends. Shn leaves, of her Jmmedlato family, to mourn her loss, besides her husband, .tour cnti drcn two girls und two boys all of whom aro irown, to-wit: i.otu oaico und Mrs. Harriet Shcnlverd, both of that neighborhood: uml Joe and Jay, both of-whom are in tho United States army, o- Killed II) Train. A most shocking death came to Stephen J (Mox) Schultz, one of Corn ing s most highly esteemed citizen, on Friday evening, Inst, August 23, 1918, by being run down by the Tar Klo valley train south of Corning, Mr. Schultz was In charge of the trackage of tho C. II. & ( for the Corning section, and had been on duty nt the south end of the section, going to ami fro over the line with n three wheeled velocipede, nnd usually re turned from his duties Just In ndvnnce of the Tnrklo Valley trnln. On Friday evening, lust shortly be fore (1 o'clock he placed Ills speeder on the track nnd started for Ids home Corning. When nenr the lluck crnts Ing, to his surprise he discovered that the Tnrklo train was approaching, and he hastily brought his speeder to a halt, and succeeded In clearing it nenr. ly from the track, but not until the trnln was upon him, and he was hurled Into eternity. Mr. Schultz wn horribly mangled, both legs pratllrally ground to pulp, both arms mislu-il, nnd the back of his heml badly bruised. .The body win nlckiil.up by the train crew and' taken to Corning, where the rompany sur geon, t-r. Osbnrne, rendered every ut letitlon possible. He was placed on the soutli I "limit Oinnhn-S't. I .mm rnn mnke und train in tlie evening, with the view n' ,1... .. i...i,i.i .i . . .,. . wtKiiiK inr ri-nei ihk mail in ri. Jo seph, iii-companleil by the physician and some tiu-uihots of the family, but on arrival of the train nt Illgelnw. the spirit of Mr. Schultz took Its flight to the (!od who gave It. I he body was brought on to I'orest City, where it wns held until the mid night noi Hi hound train und taken to his Corning home. On nnhnl at For. st City. Mr. Alex Van tushklik. it cousin of Mrs. Schultz, was railed, and he went to Idlest (111- nml leiwlenil what nlil and nsslstanri- in his power to the glief stricken nieiiihers of the fam ily, nml lemaimil with Hum until the ifiintturv or the train ror Corning. All. S'rlitlltx wns fnmtllnile biuiuii us "Mux," und wns line of Coming's very l-ost citizens a i lined, polished, highly iihvated man, nml wns ever the hlgli-lillndeil, honniiilile, ronscien- tiutts fellow r llzeit. who wtonced lu i... ... i...., ... 'i our KininiiiKi i ll I'lniKCiiiui uml coin- laulonuble I el low one that ever) body lei. Stephen J. (Mox) Schultz wns Isirn In Danzlir. (icrmany. Auirust 4. 1858. nnd died August 23, IPIS. ugiil till years. He came with bis patents to Ametirn in IMill, the family locating at llock Port. In Atchison county, nnd me deceased located in mining some 35 years aco. llo iook .miss Anna wells ror his life purtner, Juno 7, 1SS3, and they uro the parents nf 11 children six sons und live daughters, all of whom, with the mother, were present nn this snd, sad iH-rnslon, excepting his son Itny, who has nnswered his country's cull, and is fur away In the navy. II is also survived by two brothers nnd one sister. llrief family sen- res were held at mo i -nil y nome. ami i no nodv was then taken to the Christian church, where the funetnl discourse was do- llveriil be l!ev. (,. ilaxwel I. of the l-uirfiix Cliiistian church, lifter which f 120.1 Dewey nvenue, St. Jorph, Mo., ntlnteil In the Coast Artillery. Jttnri 1 1. VJ19. und is nt JelferMin llarrncks. St. Louis. Phillip Is tlie only son of St.. .....I SI.-. 11'... I'll - .. .. .iii.iiiKi .inr,. ii iii. isiiiiiner, it I'niniisnii r tin- into i-hiiiiii Minmer. Mr. munii f the late Philip Kollmer. Sr. Phlllti eest City. He wn n high school pupil ut Oregon In P.Uii. Ills nddress is: Philip J. Kollmer, ISth Company, C. C. JelTcrson llarmcks. St. Louis. Mo. J. II. Carter Injured. In n telecrain Weilnesday morning. wonl was rerelviil of n serious auto mobile accident In which J, II. Carter stilTen-d n broken shoulder blade nml Mrs. Carter sustained painful bruises, when their Foul Milan went over an nibniikntent niiir Albert L-n, Minn. I he telei'rnni stated t int (mother car ran Into tlielts, pushing their car over the embankment. Mr. Carter h now in it hospital ut Albert l.ca ami w ill probably not lie nble to leave for nt least a week or ten days. Tlie sc um wns u locked. Mr. noil Mrs. J. II. Carter and Mr. Cnrter's brother nnd wife writs taking a vacation nt the Minnesota lakes, Mr. utter and his brother each driving Ills car. It Is supposed they had stint ed on their return trip when the ncri- lent orcuricd. Mr. Carter s many friends here will eirret to learn of this unforluniilo turn to Mr. und Mrs. Carter's vacation r n. and trust he will soon be ntilc tu k at home again. Mound City News. Jeiri-r.ionian, August 23, HMK. I he i-icntlnel rctrret to hear nr thin accident, and hopes that both Mr. and .Mrs. unrter may soon rally and tu fully repaired, so they ran go on nn oher Jaunt If they want to and w lint they wunt to. tho body was laid away In Mt. Hone cemeterv. north of Corning, with the oners ol tne Woodmen or the Wot Id In which order ho wus tut hnnoivi member. Alex Van lusk tk und wife, nnd A. U. Hankers und wire, or this city, al loaned the nincrui. Mr. filen FllUon Tho concert held at the M. ".. rbiirch on Tuesday evening nf this week was a unluue alfnlr. Tho guets whose number Included n great many of the music lovers of Oregon und vicinity, nssi-mliled delighted nt the pro-.pct of hearing n recital by the celebrated .dr. C!en Fl I Ikoh. Hut n surprise wus In store for them: not ono Mr, Klllson but two sung to the delighted uiidletiro. The phenomenon wns brought about bv means of u graceful New Kdisnn Dhi moml Dice Phonngrapli, which stood besldo the artist on the stage, nnd mateJied his peiMrmnnee, nolo tor noto and tone for time. The first performance of tho mlr nele wns the Initial number of the pro irriiiii. when Mr. Kllison. stiunlliiL- be side tho cabinet, sang In unison with Mr. Kdlson's re-creation of his own voice. In the midst of tho song "When The llonnle Heather is lllooui ng." .Mr, F.llison's lips censed to move, but his song went on without n break. Slowly It dawned upon tho astonished uud- lenco that tho nrtUt was no longer singing, though hlij voire camn fortit ns cleur und sweet as ever, llo sang again nnd the only perreptnblo illller ence was tho motion of his lips. Ho i-eascd but i s volco did not. Vcr tably It seemed that thero were two singers upon tho stage two singers, but only ono voice. For tho tones which came from tho New Kdison matched those o tho llvliur artist so perfectly that It was Impossible to detect any difference in tno (iinuiy. This most wonderful mnn nnd mar velous exhibition w-ns made possible by Mr. Kdison s truly scientinc innr-v nienl uiiliampcroii uy uny tone quae Itv in anv part of the Instrument re producing only tho actual vibrations for any given piicn, or comotnation nnlhlnir left out and nothlntr added. Such miracles nro indeed tho work of a magician, but of a most benevo lent one. For the wizard who accom plished this miracle of re-creation is us anxious that It shall odd to the com fort and ov of mankind as he has been that his other Inventions be used for the -rood of the race. Thousands of New Edlsons, made up In a special N. I ,1 C . A W--' 'j.j'll'lL IfiJ'tU-rv-U I II 1 1 ) i It Ml I I Ml 1 mill aaa The Old Bell. , The. old bell on the old historic school building of -our city will, on Monday next. September 2, summon the. school lads and IobsIcs to again assemble and begin their school , labor j for the school year of 1018-10. Tho board haa mat jvlth some embarrass ment In completing its corns of teach era, by I boo to teatMfa atxt .week, y'.M-ft . v v ...MW.. .siu.-vl.-.-Jlff"..KCi.AJI. .-v.i ,rri , y - - jy-aiH.-i.-y'-t . n t ! t In completing its corns ol leaen ,'Ht hstsjss to liavt the list compltta taw openlag day of schooT, and wa m to be able to publish tha roll of form, durable enough to stand the fcatfd knocks of the' army, and navy uiafe, have been furnished to- our boye, '.m1 shipboard and in campi and are a mm of his generous Interest in happlrtfaf the, wprM, jvithout'wfI to peneoal gala for these army aad tuny models of the Hew Edison are made aad 1 acid with no pront to Mr. xsdisoa, In the Coawt Artillery aaaaaLJ. , Ftf 8 aaaaaBsi MMKatsWaA L. , J PHILIP J. KULI.MHIl The Olhrr I'cllims. The Democratic county committer) of our county was In session ut Forest City, Tuesdny of this week, and named the following rounty ticket: itenresentatlve John i:. sinter. Judge nt Large I). C. Stallard. Judge First District Ceorgc Hop per. itdiru Second Dlntllct W. J. Hon- dall. County Clctk-Joi-epli (iiinrtt. Circuit Clutk W. A. Norman. Collector Jus Shumate, l'lolmte Judge Alex Yuntlusklrk. Id-corder Win. J. F.rvin. Prosecuting Attorney 11. II. Wll. limns. Home to See 1'ullii r. Obed Hush, a former citizen, nnd daughter, Miss Wnuneta, of Itaxtum, Colorado, wns here n few dnys lat week to see his rather, rump kusii, who hud it'celved u stroke of paraly sis, but whom, we ure glad to report. Is now- rapidly Improving. Obed nnd wife lire engaged In the restaurant business, and hnvo all they can taku care of. He says crops were never liettcr and the entire Holt county con tingent ore nil won nnd prospering. Among those he mentioned were: Fred llurrier, (Jeorgo Weis, IM Foster, Cy Stcwutt, Mlko Prussman, Perry llrooks, J. II. Wright, Italpli -MaiKt, Itoy Campbell, Wld Slpes, Frank Itusli. o Urges IW of Silos, nettlmr tho urratrst cood from n corn crop nfter It has been raised U just ns Impnrtnnt us production Itself. Ilecnuse nf this fact the Missouri Coun. ell of Defense, the State Hoard of Ag riculture mid tho .Missouri loitrgo oi Aurlrulturo nro urelne a moro exten sive uso of silos. At present there 1st but ono silo to every twenty-seven furms In the state. This means that twenty-six out of every twenty-seven formers In tho statu uro following the. old-fashioned, wasteful way of feed ing their stocK nnd oi handling tiicir corn crop. There is a national can tor moro silos because It has been proved that u silo conserves animal U'fd ami Increases tho production of human food. i Farm Ilureau Executive Meeting. All executivo members, township nhd community committeemen nre re quested to attend thn meeting at Mound City next Friday nfternoon, August 30. The meeting will be call ed nt 2 o'clock in tho library. Mr. A. D. Folker, assistant county agent leader for Northwest. Missouri, will be thero and talk to those present. Mr. Folker hos had four years' experience ns rnuntv asreiit and will be able to a-ive us some valuable information concerning wp- wu ui mio ssiii.'iiuir , . , " ' CiuntyAgent, ' 'r - 'THE STAY-AT-HOME . 'ABMVi SHOULD BE THE THRIFT AMV- BACKING JHK FKIT:U ABM ' ' 4 . '