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I'rrtlJcnt TOM Ct'UKY Sfc.'Ttiar. The Sentinel Pritlii.g awl l'ulilisfciiy I'o INCORPORATED! rUDLMUKRS HOLT COUNTY 8BNITNBI. OKEUON. MISSOURI. BeUi.il tt lh 1'iMtomca, Ortron, siluouri. u Hmtri CUm M.u.r. 4 WmsIt N.ttf Dnou4 ta Ux IntMMU ot lh. OMt Co"'f is the Union. TEP.MS: $2.00 TEll VEAK. Wstck tk. 4tM Mlnhi rr a Ikt ears It tk. HHr. II UIU It. 4.U M Mill rr nkMrieilM It ptii FrliUy, Stptrmbrr 6, 1918. Wc believe In the Unltl States of America, a a govern- ment of the people, by the peo- pie, for the people, whose Just power nre derived from the con- " sent of the govrrnfil; n Democ- rney In n Ucpuhllc; a sovereign nation of many overciirn states; ' n perfect Union, one anil Innep- arable, cstnbllMieil upon tlio) " Jirlnclple of freedom, equality, unllce nnd humnnlty for which ' American patriot tacrlficcd their live and fortune. Our duty to our country I to lovo It; to itupport it Connlilutlon; to ' obev It law: to respect It (Iorj nml to defend It nijnlnt all enc- ' roles. The ItcpuMlran Ticket. Tor U. S. Senators skmikk i'. .si'i:.'ci:n. Tor l!eire.entntlvn: samuix r. otai.i.on. I'or I'rrnldlnif Juilce: i-'iti:i) i,avic:nck. I'or County JiuIkp. Hint Dlotrict: CUUflS II. WIIIT.MIMl. I'or County Juditc Hecoml District: ISAAC I). PAINTI'.lt. I'or County Clerk: I)ANIi:i. II. KUNKKU I'or Circuit Clerk: KIHVIN A. DUNHAM. Tor I'nxecutlnir, Attorney: A. M. Tllllli:i.K. Tor Collector of Itevenuc: WILLIAM II. AI.KIItK. I'or liecorder of Deed: JOHN II. SIMPSON. I'or I'rcibalo .Indue: IIAIMtY M. DUNCAN. SOMI! WAYS! Ill: NO'I'KS. (Ucv. T. I). Itobeit). Dear Sentinel: left home Aiiir- tirt 7, vln the IturllnKton, for I'ortlnnil, OreKon, and l.o Atwtm, Callfninl.i, with Mop-over prlvlliwH. Our llrnt ftop-over wuh nt Natiivr, where about IU minute kiiitiwI to note the Inter. cntltiK thing of that Important It. It, junction. Iloanllni; the next II. &, M, train we were Mton on our way for th? Kreat northet, nnd at Lincoln, Neb., we were met by n refrenhlnjt ruin, which cooled the heated atmimphere, nnd from that on our Journey for the mei pan wu murn more picasiim, ai home point even reii'ilrini; extra wraps lo make u romroi table. BaaaaaaaBBk bbbbbbbb. UKV. T. I). IIOIIKHTS. We arrived at I.ivinirMon, Montana, at 12:'jr a. in. Auirutt 9. and thought we would run down and take In the Yellowstone Park, but when wo learn ed whut the trip would "take us In" a to time and expciiHO the latter niiiountlnic to more than our cntiro round trip tickets we jot cold feel and decided to bo on in ilnv time and look nt the many marvels of nuturo aioiiK uc way ami to loon into urn face of old-time friencU whom wd might tea at dltrcrent points of our Journey. The first fumillnr faces wo now wcro ut Livingston, whero wo looked up Mr. Ceoriro Penny, of For est City, und aloo Dr. llullock and Hurry aillne, und all tlireo were pack' Inir un for a llshlnir trin in the Yel. lowstono Pork, ko'"8 In Mr. Penny's hiii nuto. Friday afternoon wo took the train for Butte, the great cooper mining center, whero wo unent tho night nnd tho next mornlnir. Wo went down to Anaconda, ZG mile from Uuttc, where we upent the Sabbath with Mr. J. M, Stevenson, a brotner ot 1'ansy's hus band. Mr. S. la manager of tho rila trtct lelcnliono coinimnv at Anaconda Hero wo wcro royally entertained bv Mr. S.'s wife till Monday evening, when they and some of their friends iook us ouck to uuiio in uicir auto, ana a flno drivo it waa. At Anaconda tho large (molten are located.. For the largest ono thert a new, molcestack it being erected,. and is io pe oiu icev nK'V wan a circum ference of 60 feet at the top, and to bt fitted with'newly discovered anplionecfl that an to arrest the ascending frasa and coBMm them for useful purpose rather thus to allow them to escape and . float out over the furroaadlsg country for miles, destroying pastures $aA kllllnf rtoak, . ; j V.atv Tuesdav momlmr. the tilth. we wtie on our way to Spokane, Wafh. UiRlon, where i armed atjout 4 p. m. tiot an electric train to Coucr d'Alene nt and nt T p. m ue arrived at the bopitablc home or .Marx Ma ami family, formerly of New Point. Mr. und Mr. M. were down ut Caldwell with their daughter, I.innlc Ida Miller, which .we greatly regretted, for we wuiilea to im.cfi to rcc both of them. Il.it found Mr. .Mile and daughter, Lilly Acton, ntliume, who gave ut n mnt hearty welcome nnd made our May with them moot pleasant. With Mr. M. and Lilly wo called on Mr. John Acton and family, and had a pleasant visit with them, and answer ed many questions about the people back in old Holt county. We called at the home of Mr. Ilrockman, the sister of Mr. J. P. Ituhl, but found that she wax out of the city. Thursday after noon wc took the train back to Spok ane and then I looked up the Drown lee, formerly of Oregon, and found that Howard, who many year ago took Horace urccicy auvice ana went West, was with the Snokcsman-ltcvicv a assistant city editor. I went to the office of that great newspaper, and hi tame nno chair were pointed out, but I wn told that he wo on the night shift ami would not lie In till 6 p. m. Having his residence address I re turned to the station and got Mrs. I!., ami taking a taxicab we were soon at the door of the home, on Ash street. Hern Howard mother, .Mr. .!. J. Ilrownlee. answered the door bell, anil looked from one to the other nnd thin raid, No, I don't think 1 know you, but when Mrs. It. aked, huve Jou forgot ten your old Oregon friends? recogni tion came nnd she took Mr. It. In her urms, and giving her former pastor u warm shako of the hand she called Howard to come here, it I Mr. and Mrs. Robert. There wa not want ing liny evidence that wn were under a miirt friendly roof nnd had a placu In the .heart of thene good people. I lie next morning .Mrs. uuisy linstock-Mover and her littlo daughter. rnme to see us, and after luncheon Howard got nut hi iY-cylinder Paige and took the six of u on a three or four hour' drive over tho city the high drive, up and down the .Spokane river, aroutiu i-urt vt right ami to the falls, whole the city get It electric Unlit und nower. Not one thlnir did all the good people mentioned In this letter omit tn make our stay with them a veritable oust in our pathway of life, and I assure you that the pleat ure of meeting nil those friend fur outweighed our disappointment in not seeing the Yellowstone rurx. llail we snent tho live dav In the nark we would have missed I entwine these old uriiualiitances. People arc moiu than the womler or nature. Hut we must get on to Portland vln the S. P. & S. It. It., that mix on tl" north bank of the Columbia river und leave nt T:i:u u. in. Notwithstanding Howard sleep till noon after hi night' work, ho Insisted that he would get up and lake u to the tiuln. Ml. II. wu up curly to get breukfust, und then she mid lluwiilii took us to the It. It. station, and wo parted from them, i rum an inu oinerv, witn most incus ant memories of our delightful visit. In Portland, the ti.iln arrived ut i p. m., mid u soon n wo were out of I lie earn n young lady, wearing a badge marked "Can I Help You, visitor; I live heie," met und took u to un auto driven Irv u woman, und we wero soon at the White Tun pie, where I leglster- en, got our assignment, unit wero oir in another (I. A. It. uuto, also diivcn by n lady, to our stopping place on the i list side of the Willamette river. Wc were L-lail for the Sabbath lest, and attended (he Westminster Presbyterian rhuich sendee, when- wo heard nn earnest talk by n Y. M. C. A. worker iioni mum M.-WI. vtusu ngton. I will not attempt to pcak of tho treatment tho people ot Oregon and I'ortland gave the (. A. II., other than tn suy that I do not sec how they could have done more or better. We attended tlm open meeting In tho line auditorium. Mnnduv und Tues day night, when' tho music and ad dresses wero of thu highest quality, mid tho enthusiasm- wn unbounded. After getting a ticket for Mr. It for a seal on thu grand reviewing stand, I tuok mv nlufo in the naiadu and marched with tho boy of (11-5, und it wa some xaraile, 1 tell you, and such it reception u the people gave ua all along the route und such musses of Ccople! I saw Comrade Morgan, Kun el and VanCamp und a number from St. Joseph. Learning that Mis Louise Dotkln, cousin ot me iato u. r. noiKin, wa a teacher in tho Portland schools, Mrs. It. and I went to her rooms in an apart ment house, but she was not at home; uway iiouuuoss on tier vacation, Wcdncsduy afternoon wc took a 7(1 mile round trin auto drive over the Columbia Highway, too wonderful to even try to describe. After a Journey of 1,245 miles from Portlund to Los Angeles, we reached the home of our daunhter. Punsv. Snt- uurduy morning, August. 24. I need not tell you of our welcome. Kven dear littlo Mildred, who was with us for eight months last year, knew us and rushed Into our .arms. Tho weather here through the day Is quite warm, but tho nights are cool and con ducive to sleep. Wo expect to sco a number of Holt county people while here, but for the present we aro rest ing and visiting with our daughter. Wo have thought and spoken often of tho pconJcTbuck homo, and havo won dered If rain hod come to break the long drouth. V might speak of many other thing, but-1 am awura that this epistle Is already too long, and there- tore must, cioso Willi Kindest regards to The Sentinel and our many friend. Moravia, cab, Aug. 28, 1918. fil en Heartv Send.Off. Tuesday noon, August? 20, 1018, the wedding or unrls Kckoir and Miss Armelino Perkins was solemnized nt the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Terktps. Tho marrige lines were nronounccd bv Her. W. J. llrlent, pastor of the Methodist church, ana was witnessed oy oniy me immed iate faintly and a few Intimate friends. Following the wedding the bride was presented with a handsome diamond ting by her mother, while her father vraciousir presented un nappy couple wim a nice xat caeca. weds took tho Tuesday afternoon tiain for Colccainp, Mo., where they expe't to remain i ntll Mr. Kckhod is cailcd into the nnny. At the depot it latge number of their acquaintances gave them a gala scndolf, attesting the . .n cere friendship in which they arc held. McAllen (Texas) .Monitor. Wc cannot realize that, Miss Arr.it llnc Is i mm i ed, a it seem a very !...rt tune si nre sue was running around Orrgon, a little tot of a girl, Wc Join with her many friend here In ex tending congratulations, and wishing her and the one she ha chosen for a life pattner, a long, sweet happy lite. o lloll County Farm lluresu Note. (W. C. Swamcr, County Agent). Twenty-live person, who own n total of 273 stands of bees, attended the demonstration held Monday aflei noon, August 26, at (ieo, A. Cona way's apiary, lllgelow. The demonstration and lecture given by Mr. Atkins, ben specialist from the U. S. Department ot Agriculture, were interesting urni instructive. Mr. Atkins emphasltid The groom U A son of H. P. Eck- Off, of Col scamp, Mo and has been i McAlltn thepast year or so at clerk i the Model ! i eldest i The bride is the Importance of taking good care of ionics during tnc wlntc cnlnnv headed bv a vounir i in the beginning of tho season is ptct the colonics urine strong colony headed by a youn; the winter. A queen ty certain to produce a good crop of honey during tho season, acconling to Mr. Atkins. In nrcnar ng for tho winter there should be a good colony ot young bee; plenty ot dry pucKing to Keep tliem warm, and plenty or honey to carry them through the winter. Dry leaves or planing shaving mnKo very satis factory Hacking. Tho nacklntr should never lie allowed to get wet. About 4l pounds nt honey arc required to carry u colony through the winter. Mr. Atktn advocate tho produc tion oi extracted noney. , least per rint more can lie promircd by this method thou by the comb method. 'I he cost of lubor and material in produc ing extracted noney i not so inucn at for the comb honey, nnd it deinunds ai most u good pi ice ut the lutter. Has (iiiod Cron of Honey. Ceo. A Cnnuway, the ellicient anil accommo dating stutlon agent iA lllgelow, main tain un apiary consisting or 70 stand.'. Ill spring count wu fib. The nplury I a side line lor Mr. Cnnuway: he do- vote hi spare tlmo to it. Ilelde the income ho realize from the lionrv. Mr. Conawuy llnd the work of caring for the bees most fascinating. He es timates that ho will havo 2U,M0 pound of extruded and 5,000 pounds of comb honey this season. Uisl )i ur ho took olf Ifi.OOO pound of comb honey with the same number of stand i, Mi'. Connway attribute hi success this season to the Instruction given him 1'uny in ine season ny .Air. Atkins, i lowing Mr. Atkins' advice he Introduc. ed some young queens und changed his siniiiis so ii to produce extracted hon ey instead of comb honey. Iwinty young queen wen- introduced. ,ir. Connway said that ho lielieved In would havo gotten f0 per cent more honey if he had Introduced young queen to all colonic. Moreover, he would havo more young lice to go In to winter quarters, unit the colonl" would lie In better condition to begin work next spring. Mr. Conuway ex pect a bigger crop of honey next year uouviiy, because the colonic will not huve to build the comb that were huilt till season, Seed Wheat. We have a few In' inline for nuto strains of seril wheat, rcrsons who nave wncni which tney know to be 1S to 10(1 ncr cent nuro in strain und I fire from smut, mltrlit do well to leave their name and address with us. irivimr tho nuantltv for sale I l... . I., i. ' .. r llllil IIK I7. II U UIICMII' JMIVC U 1CW such person on our list. , o Snrurr Culler In The Wiir. Headquarter J0:id Spruce Squadron, equine, uregon, August u, inm. The Sentinel. Orecon Mo. Sirs: Mv copy of tho Sentinel, duted August 10, received, anil note your relirenco ft whut 1 am doing in tho wur, I desire to put you straight In your reference tit sprue cuttei. Of course thu term Spruce rroduct on Division looks very Inglorious way of truing to war to ono who i not familiar with the mngnltuilo of the nroject. but some body ha to do it. and wc can't all be chooser In thl war. It Is gcnerully conceded among mil itary authorities that tho war will be won In tho air, and to do this wo must start at a beginning, and that is to get material for those airplanes to win the war. There arc over 30.000 aoldlrni mm. ployed In thl division, nnd a few eyes would stick out to see the spruce that I turned out dally and the engineering feat that are being done In accomp lishing this end. Heretofore inaccessi ble places where magnificent spruce stand nre being penetrated bv rail roads through tunnels over miles of trcstlo work, up grades that arc next to impassable. Hundreds of powerful donkey engines swing hugo spruce logs from one mountain top to unother fintll at last they can load them on the log train. An Immense number of these logs aro hauled over :i00 miles to the hugo cut-up plant at Vancouver. Wash., where they cut over 1,000,000 feet of alrnlune material per day. The majority of this spruce Is cut at small er mill. All of this is accomplished only by soldier labor. 1 am on duty at ono of tho finest sawmills in this part of tho country, and have charge of tho soldiers. On July o, I was ordered to organizo the iu3d spruce squadron, lake command and proceed to this nlucc. And to show you how wo (sometimes movo in I got mv examined PUBLIC SALE Having: rented my farm, with the intention of removing to Texas. I will sell at public auotion on my farm. 6 miles north east of Oregon. 2 miles southeast of New Point, and 6 miles west and 1-2 mile south of Fillmore, on Wednesday September 11, 1918 beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following property, to-wit: 5 - HEAD OF HORSES - 5 1 span of Bay Mares. 0 and 10 years old. weieht 27001bs.: 1 3-year-old sorrel driving Mare, green broke; 1 brown Mare, 16-year-old with colt oy siae, in ioai oy uucKnum s norse. the army It was 8:!i0 p. m. when received my special orders: mem together, bad again physically, ordered trucks, got their travel rations, saw that they had full equipment, located my medical lieutenant, and at 8:00 a. m. the next day we had traveled fourteen miles by trucks and were on tho S. 1. railroad enroute here. I also, havo command of two detachments, one at Lencvc, Or, cutting snruce, and one at Itandon Ore., on Sawmill duties, each in charge of a Lieutenant Needless to say I am kent busy with the duties of head quarters of a squadron. All report und official business pass through my oifiee. ' .The quality of spruce turned out at this mm is tne nnest in the .world; Host of our output In airplane material Is shinned direct to Eurone. and -we have representatives from nearly-w ery nation (except t'ie Central Powers, aad would be very glad to aee them at ay tlaM), to bum v.'MLleu.t.A.i itUCt. an sbbbbbbbbbbbbH j 19 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 19 ALL SHORT-HORN STOCK 8 head of milch cows, 7 of these are extra good and all giving milk; 1 Cow, with calf by side; 5 head yearling Heifers, 6 spring calves 96 HEAD OF HOGS - 96 Consisting of: 14 head of good brood sows, 4 head thin . r ar a j srv nnus, q neau Koiana vmnas, z neaa oi uuroc jerseys, i Sow with pigs by side, 6 of these will farrow the first week in October; 53 head of Spring Shoats will weigh from 90 to 100 lbs. by sale day; 23 head of Summer Pigs, will weitrh 50 oounds. 1 male, full-blooded Poland-China. These hogs are all immune, having had the double treatment. HAY and STRAW About 6 tons of baled Sheaf Oats, 5 or 6 tons good Alfalfa hay, 18 or 20 tons of good Timothy hay. more or less; 3 tons of good Oats Straw, ton or wneat straw, xnis nay win oe oaiea oy sale aay. FARMING IMPLEMENTS high-wheeled Watton. 1 iron-wheeled Wagon. 1 SDrint? Watton. 1 good Carriage, 1 good Buggy, 3 sets work Harness, 1 set single Harness, x kock isiana vorn rianier wicn iurrow opener, l mo- a A mm 9 my m .a mm m m m m line riding Lister, l international riding cultivator, been used two seasons; 1 walking Cultivator. 1 double shovel Plow. 1 Bob Sled. 1 Chamoion Hav rake. 1 Corn Shelter, 1 3-section Harrow, 1 St. Joe walking' Lister. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETO. a UCBllUgl Bluvci, j. imiwniciiiiccimwii i nauiuibuuuuuui uucuaiciu., a iuiuiiih uvs, 3 Bent wood Churn, 1 De Laval Cream Separator, 1 Steel Sanitary Couch, 1 hog crate, 300 hedge poata, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: All sums of $10 and under, caah; over $10 a credit of 10 months with 8 per cent interest, bankable note. No property to be removed until terms are complied with. Lunch Served by Nickells Grove Sunday School and Aid Society CHRIS P. M. BABB, Auctioneer MEYER LEE STEPHENSON, Clerk EPHYR mmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i . . " .