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TOTIip i.tMITOl YOflt AIIIMTY. HACK UNCt.K SAM AMI c;oi-sii:i:i -i in: hoys wno.utr.rioiNi; ovf.kio plant thk KI.".V.;..(.,I.'.MI"AIS -m.ns wnii tiii: allieii .standakds in tiii: vai.i.i:v or tiii: ;i:u.man kiiini:. I'kack wii l co.ur. ovni:.v tub kaisbk and i.nti:Nnoip havi: lost tiii:ik c:itn in cods own timb and way. , i.irr i s I'lini'Aiti: to fiitow mokk wheat, coks, noes, CATTLE. I'HI IIS. ritODt'CC, THAN BVKU IIEI'OKE. A TUCK ACKICI Lit HE E.MHKACES THE ITM'ITS A OA II El) TO A ilV EN LOCALITY, IN ADDITION TO THE CHAINS, (1UASSES.LIYE STOCK AND OTIIEK PAUM I'KODCCTS. LET S HAVE A MET. Ti:it IIALANCED AdltlCULTCKE. 'IOO .MANY PAK.MS A KB NOW WIIIIOIT I'ltLlT OF ANY KIND EVEN WINTEK AP PLES. DO NOT CHEAT OI HSELF AND YOl'lt FAMILY OPT 01' A HOME SI'PPLY OF GO ID IltP.SII I'll I' IT. A UOOD COM .MEIt(T,LOItCIIA!ttl.SETOUT NOW I'OU YOPIt SOLDIEU HOY woi i. it also i'kove om: or tiii: most valued ami sni. STANTIAL "IIOOSTS" I'Oli HIM ON HIS IMTl'l UN HOME THAT YOf COl'LD POSSIIILY PLAN I'OU HIS I't'Tl'Ki: A PPTPIti: SO INSEPAUAIILY ItOl'ND I'P Wl I'll TUB WELFAUE OF THF. (iUEAT HEPI'IILIC HE HAS CONE lOIUII SO .MJItLY TO SEHVE AND DEFEND. GEORGE R. MURRAY OREGON, MO. Cut Out and Save No. 9 Earache in Children: Its Causes and Treatment Earache In children la mainly due to coldi and germa In the note and throat. Thlt producee inflamed membranti, ttopt up the tube leading to the ear and then Infecte the middle ear cavity with almllar germa. A DISCHAROINO RUNNING! EAR IS A MENACE TO HEALTH. IT ALWAYS DEMANDS PROMPT ATTENTION. IT INDICATES DISEASE AND MAY BE OF SERIOUS CON SEQUENCE IP NEOLECTED. Earache may alio be cauaed by expoiure to draft or winds, or by foreign aubttancca In the ear canal, euch at wax, amall Iniectt, or even amall gralna which a child or playmate hat puthed Into the car canal. Simple earache cauitd by colda and tore throat ahoutd be treated by dropping warm liquid vattllne into the note while the child la lying flat on Ita back. Thlt thould be repeated everv three or four houra until the pain it relieved. Place a big pad of abtorbent cotton over the ear that hurta, or apply hot water bag, or hot talt bag to the ear. If amslia caattnaaa, nit Rta Artv af earfcdla aet4 In ana ti,fin tt altsarlaa, warm ! lAf tr,iMrtr. aM ptisa thssa ar fair tfrapa with mHIHfia drarr-af la da aar inA alar p IXa eaaat with araaU wa4 af alattlaat cattaa. Ittpaat la thrta ar faar aaari If iHHiir. Do not uan tweet oil and laudanum, poultlcet or ayringea In the ar. If the pain continues, call tha doctor, Mothrra should b wnrped seslnat ualn fialmlna, or other nnllincs In attempting to eft ear wax, intectt, grains or other fore'ijn bodies out of the child's ear. It la afr to ll the .to-tor do It, for, otherwise, tho ear may be brul--d .inl th- frelp bsdv pinned dnenar Into the canal. N,vr me fbiMa f mv Mid. arlird ordrmpsd Into the ear. r.1rt lUim f . I., Snkrfclr wfcan a CS.IM Mil nU In laa aaad. T1il Mti ail', l-'.ftls sarar1, In lntf, vXsa snt af dssa. r-f?' aHtl with rtlt-TrTiMlt! cap and aar flip ta prtvtnt wind and raid raacslrr tl.a sat. rompllcl iimltr rtlrwttnn riilMrsn'a llffrssii V H. Ilspnttmstit of Ijilnr. Missouri Woman's Committee, Council of National Detensc. Tlil Space Cfiirrniialy llmintnl hy Mrs. W, l Moore. IlKiELO'V AND VICINITY. The Moat Important I,ocal Kvtnta Which Have Trannplred The Pnt Wrrk. (Ily ficorge A. Cnnnway.) (iriuiilnm Miiry lllioadcs, August 10,'wai toil yrars M. Wo hone ti) KTure tlu hlftnry of this flnp olil Indy nt mi rnrly ilatr. MIm lloHKio Hunt loft tin) latter jmrt of lat wi'i-lt fur Clillllrotlir, wlirrr hho will attend the Clilllicotho Hum npK Colli'Kv the coinini: tenn, taking a liuslnem rom-e. UeorKi" Joice, Jr., who lian heen liei-n vIkUIiih with rr'atlvei fur wernl lily, returtieil to hln home In St. Jo hcpli the latter part of lant week. Mis Ethel Oitliniiie, nin.iiiul Mix. T. J. llrlilKiimn, wu hopplnc In St. Jofcpli one ilny last week. Mr. W. l lliiln una down fiom Council Illuiri". aevernl ilay lact week, vinitlni; with Mix. Ilnln. For lli'lcium Imivn, rail on Toil Walker, Unlpli Walker anil Joe Pnyn tcr, they havlnir irretitly formed n tiarlnernlilp In thU line. The 1m- have liullt pen and wcureil neveial pnlrn or narei, nnu u uie imsinesn in niMivpi nK fast iih tliev aiitlctnate, tlicy will incorporate for an amount larco cnouen in naniiie me iiusuivw. jtuipii Wnlkni' fti lhn trenaurcr. .Mrn. Chan. Parker and Mrn. Sam thin with home folk" for the past week, re turned to (jiiitmnn la.t Snmlny after nnon, to le.ume his old position on the Ililltv ranch. Dr. and Mr.. J. I.. Hoiran drove over from OreRon In their car ln..t Muiiiay morninc ntm spent the nay vIMtlnR with Dr. anil Mr. P. K. 1L Itan. Hnwnlil Dodson wim In St. Joseph Inst S.'itiinlnv. convultliii! with his doo. tor, who Is treating him for Hieuma K.iii. Il'mnnl Is nuirh hettcr nnd alile to RCt nniund without the nld of a rane, nnd It Im kIiis to look like a per manent cure. Mis. Dan Ijirkins nnd Miss C har- lene were shopping in St. Joseph ja.,t Sntunlayt ' --llro. 0. W. Adams, who has been nttcmlinK n bljf Holiness eamp meet Iiik nt illemvood, lowu, for teveral weeks, iTtuinoil homo one day Inst week. llro. Adams says the meetlnir was verv intcrestim; and a erenl deal of t;oo was accompllslieil. .irs. i.aura usiiorne. or lliomns, Oklnlioma, Is here this week, visiting with her former nelchlmrs, Mr. and Mrs. John Slieppnrd, they liavlm: lived near each other In Thomas several years. Mr. nnd Mrs. (!. V. Pnvntrr worn slionniiiir in St. Josrnh one ilnv lnt wrek. Sam Poynter linMing down the cnshlerV desk ilurliiK (teorRe'ii ah-fence. Misses Kvn Hetran. Colillr nnd Blsle Crow, Mntllila Selkninn, Zoc Morris. Jo Wilson nnd Mildred Dral- son nttended the teachers' mectinR In Oregon Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. John Mann, of White Cloud, Kans., werr visiting with Mm. Mar)' llorchers and family, last Sunday. .Miss uiatlys worley visited with relatives nnd friends In Forest City lost Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. I!. J. K'cnyon were here several ilnvs Inst vnrU. from To. peka, Kans., vfsitlnc with Hay Klnft John Couirhlin. Mrs. . h. Preston, who has been vlsltlnic with her daiiRhter, Mrs. Ilattie Dunham, In Westhoro, for seveinl weeks, returned home one day Inst week. Clem Parker wns n St. Jmonli visitor Inst week one day, securing re pairs rnr ins rnrmini; implements. Mrs. John Wlckersham was vlalt lnr with relatives in Napier one day last week. liememlier when the road over seer I'seil to net out and drag nnd work the roads, and the farmers nlonr th roads K"t out nfter every rain anil ilrnirL'rtl usunllv more than their hnre of the roads? W"ll, that seems to he clear out or ruslilon these days. Won1 lor If Its lierntiM! its war times nnd help Is scarce? The mad between hele ami Mound Citv espi-elnllv Is a illsKrnce, This mad has had very lit tie work this season, and n similiter would nut think it the most traveltil load in this nait or the neiu lil.orlio'-l (!oml mads are something the entire imlille is Inteiested In: mrely w in linvn as cood roads as other states, lie. really mhiii' of our nelijldiors ilrm-e over into Iowa anil they salil tliev could tell hy the roads when tli"V crosseil the line from Missoiili Into lown. Our irnod roads hwsters should itet busy, and If the load laws ale las, let's I'ave a better rend law. Miss Oraee Whipple, of St. Jo sepli, visited over Sunday with Miss milieu num. llaiker are In Valentine, Neb., week, vlsltini; with relatives. --Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ilnrnh nre here this week from Seattle. Wash., yisitlnn; with .Mrs. Danish's mother,) jhoh Ethel and Onal Knlrt. o Mr, rtima Kami, ami inmiiy. r. worP ,.,.,. of MtllK N(1Io iiuiiipii iwiii itii'ii i ut mi tMfiiM' iiiiki Vi, i , r i i on a Imalness mission, and Mrs. Ilnrash K'Thuihty f Vast wC 1 met nini iiere, nriivinK inn Miiuniay to,clt m;, Jlllnw A0lli of AffIl. evening. Ison. Kaiw.. who have lorn visltintr nl I- li'd St. John nnd fioolv Crow thr Fnink Illalr home for severnl ilnv. reiurneii last weeK irom nieir vikiii returned to their Iiome tho llrst of tin' welin; trip to llolyoke, Colo., and w week. are told t lev wele very We I Mleasi il Mrs. V. C Pnlmer la In SI. .In. with the country. soph this week, vlsltlnc with relatives Mr. mill AlrM. KIIOfr llnrKer Were'liml n ai,TilIrL' lirnllinr yvUn Id l.nt..M .... St. Joseph visitors, one day last week.n idinrt furloiiKh. Ask Melvln Palmer ulmut the let- A irnod lain vlslteil this section ter he received recently addiessed to of the country Friday of last week, the Assistant A rent of tho llurllnirton nml nnotlirr nn s'omt.-iv nli.M. ulilcli Itoute. will help nut I lie full plowlm; nnd the .hiss uriiruw imt 'n inn niiniin a larre percent in mo lau Kiimlny evening ror .Mnryvilie, .mil, plowing lias been linlshed. Olhn lllnkle maile n business til) to Omnhn the first of tho week. Fortv-flve carloads of liny, two carloads of mules, one car load of com and six cars of wheat were ship ped from this station during the month of Auirurt. Hats off to Matt Stadnlman he got out with n four-horse droit Monday wheie she will niraln take up her studies at the Stato Normal schools. Miss Dorothy Munccr, who bus been vlsitlni; witli Miss (lertnnle for sev eral days, accompanied her as far m St. Josenh. her home. We are told tlvat Hill ltcckr ilnu:;,'i'il the roads In (ilcnilnle district lnt Saturday, and by so dolni! won u happy home with nil those who havu'nni besides ilincclui- the road lietwieii occasion to uso tho roads in that di Diet. Misses May nnd Carrie Judu, who have liecn vlsitlni; with their sister, Mrs. Anna Knhn, for i-cvornl days, re turned to their homo in St. Joseph iast Sunday evening. IM Preston, who hns been visiting HARVEST SALE of Fall Shoes Friday and Saturday September 13 and 14 Two Big Days of Shoe , Saving Opportunity HOSIERY SAVINGS TOO. GRIFFITH'S 507 Felix Street , St Joseph, Mo. Member Betall Merchants' ooiation ., JbJ'R. Fare Befunded;' Train or Auto ' tv . lt, I', J tho I'd Courrier farm and town, took the kinks out of our two mnln stieets. Thank you, Matt, you sure did n good Job, which Is appreciated, ,.. . , If ... , 1 .-!..- I.. urn. iiHWuru. in .iiounu v.uy, ue llvereil nn excellent sermon nt tin Christlnn church to a cnod slxed crowd, lnt Monday evening, and It Is to bo regretted that every one in town wns not nresent to hear whnt Iln Howard nni in say. a county convee tlon of the Christian churches of Holt county Is to bo held hero on Somen' her 17, to begin at !:!)() n. In., and continue throughout tho day. Every body Is Invited to attend. It Is manned to eomo early In tho morning and bring weii-nucil pasKcts, so as to nave an old-tlmn basket dlnncri there ia plenty or Riioun around tno cnurcn miiiuinir, und if tho weather hannens to bo bni there is plenty of room inside the church. An extra fine program is be. ing prepared ana mere win lie cxcei lent sneakers, sucn as urn. u. m. uiii . - C. T ...l. . 1 1 1) -I tary, of Kansas City, nnd Dr. Scars, or uanuicn I'oint, togetner wan a nunv Dor or otner prominent cnurcn worn ers In the county and stato. and wi should mako nn extra effort to enter tnln our visitors on thnt date. Pro, Howard la a very forceful speaker, and we nopo to nave mm wun us again. Don't fnrcret Din convention. Knntcnv her 17, and that everybody is invited to attend, regardless of what church you may belong to. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathan Adams nin in Sebathe, Kans., this, week, visiting with relatives ana friends. Our school marms were, getting busy the latter part of but week, mak ing the necessary arrangements to bo at their schools on Monday morning, Miss Elsie 'Crow will teach the nrini' ary department at Fortescue; Mlsa Goldie Crow at Glendale: Mlas Mil' dred. Dodson at Wild Rose, near Craig; Mlaa Jo Wilion at Lonesome, t Jo savs there la nothliur in a name): and Miss JSra Hogan and Mlaa .Euth Maier in cnarve 01 uw r oroea acnoois. we are have , a . micatv fine bunch KhooV rnarma' and are proud of them TO THE PUBLIC Owing to the high cost o! labor and material, and to the fact that the wholesale dealers from whom we buy our supplies are going on a cash basis, we find ourselves compelled to discontinue the extension of credit for automobile repairs and supplies. This is to notify you that on and after September 15th, 1918 all automobile repairs and supplies will be CASH. Thanking you for your patronage in the past, and soliciting its continuance, we are Sincerely yours. Cook & Foster Keeves-Bragg Auto Co. Auto Sales Co. Mr. nml .Mrs. S. W. Skellon. of Wu Point, wero hcie M'veral days the llrst of the week, vlclting with .Mr. nnd .Mr. I. J. Ilriilgmon. Misses Wilila (ircidiam and Jean Meheo and Vera (iieidium will nttend he Mooml City Miiools the coining tenn. Mb. llomt iv llr idtfinnn. who lins Hen vlaltliiL- with lelntives 111 Cllllg fur wveral weeks, returned home the latter pint of last week. .ir. ami .'lis. m. vt. fiKeium, 01 N'ew I'lilnt, mid Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ilriilffiuon were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kred (Ireehaiii. M as Until .Ma er was V k ting Willi MlhS Kva llogan Int Saturday nml Sunday. - iti'Hrc 11a ir er savs s I in n lie will not tun without gasoline, and the way he was hiitllng for gns lait Sunday was u sight. .Mr. anil .mih. j ,iai hi nun aid Mr. and Mrs. liny Jones and Inuir iter. M ss K I .abet h, wele hi. Jo- heph visitors last Saturday. N gill uneralor v. A. rsonener was ending the electric light meters in I'oitescue and llliriiow. the latter part of last week. -A noslcaril was received tee latter unit of liift week bv Mrs. W. V. Wair- goner, aimmiiuiiig the fnfo arrival of 1 oiporal I-red Waggoner overseas. -sirs, itav imv s was down iron Craig last Sunday, visiting with her patents, .Mr. nml .Mrs. i;iins. rtnowio. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Ilrownlee, who linve been visiting with .Mr. and Mis. Chess Illtz for several days, return) d to tneir homo in Aipenn fnss, mk., the latter purt of last week. Mrs. Illtz accomnan cd them as far as hi Jo.senh. Mrs. Klslo Woods and two chll- ilnn. who hnvp have been visitltur witli Mr. and Mrs. Sum Adnms for several days, returned to their homo in Council llluirs, last Saturday. Dr. nnd Sirs. IV K. llognn, who havo been slglit-seeing In Colorado for several days, returned homo lust Sat urday evening, very much pleased with their outing. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hall, son Earl, and daughter, Mrs. Ktta Kobinson, and John Comb, wero St. Joseph vis Itors last Saturday. John fliinn la Hnnrtlnir n new CllCV' relet car he recently nurchnscil. and Is very busy this week learning the art of keeping it In tho road, nnd here's a guess that John will learn all right. Mrs. II. M. Davis and daughtcra, Mlssea Ivn and Vera, who havo been visiting with relatives and friends north of Craig for several weeks, rc-l turned' home lost Saturday evening. V. A. Sollcdcr the first of tho week I yurchased tho rcsldcnco property of nke Hill on Main street, occupied by, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Dodson. Itidley LarkinB was here from I South Dakota last Saturday, visiting with relatives and friends. Rid has' been drafted into the service anr ex pected to leave thla week for Fort hlley.f .. . I Mlaa' Cecil Davis, who has been visiting with Miss Blanch Hunt sev eral days, returned to 'her horn. In Maitland the first of the week. ' ' Oux.aiftools started off in good shape Monday morning, with all the learners in llieir places, ijuiio a mini lier of noii'leslilents wele here to stmt In, and next week we hope to socuto a ivpmt of the umk to bo dune by our schools ami a lint pf the tiiin-ii'slilenU. With ever) body working there Is no iiiiestlon but w lint we will have one of the best schools in the state. Mr. and Mrs. I.en llimean weie shopping In St. Joseph 0110 day the llrst of the week. Miss liitta (.row is the cliler rleiK In the Hay King's oil Ire. Miss Julia Me Kef. who hit been pushing the pen cil in .Mr. Cmighlln's olTlce having le- signed to attend school. .1. M. Smith and son, Clyde, weie passengers to St. .loneph lust Monilii, whom Clyde, who Is not jet lil yeats old, expected to enlist In l no navy. llaiold royaler, who inuile an extra ell'nit to bleak Into the army some time airo without stucess. Is hero assisting hl brother, (iemge, In tho hank for a fe wdays. .Mis. r, 11, Holmes, an aunt or .Mr. Solleder's, win lino sceral days tho llrst of the week, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Solicitor. - A. i:. 1 Tuck I Smith U In Knstern Colorado this week, looking over the C'OUIltlA'. Otlio lllnkle. Prank llorchers and Owen llutrlck are to leave Piiilay for Waco, Texas, wlietn they will be plac ed In a training camp for army nr vices. . I'OI.ITK'Al. AN'NOl'NCIIMP.NT. . I'OI! COI.I.m'OI.'- Hy virtute and aiilhuiity of the Democintlc County Central Committee, I am the Demo eiatle candlilate for Collector of Kevenun of Holt County, subject to the decision of the voter at the iiolls nt the geneial election, to bo held Tuesday, November ti, ItiiH. .1. M. SIHJ.MATK. o Tor Sale. About ID') good new barrel, earrli'd over from last ear. If in need of any rail soon, as barn Is will be haul to get this season. I ulso havo n surplus of good fuel In the fiilin of well-sen-soiled peach wood cut leady for tlio stove. Pill 1111 vner wood ollse befoio winter iH'glnsj then the coat shurtago will not iiconvenlenci you. (iKOIUiK II. MUlillAV. Ni hrnHka r.irnw. Come to Snutheasti'in N'ebiaska. ulii'ie croiis a 10 line. Alfalfa, corn and utlier grains in uluinduiirc have mnilo our farmers wealthy. Lands am yet intiiii cheaper thun in Mlssouii. Wilto us what sort of farm you want, and we will send you descriptions. Over li.l years In business here. We find farms to suit most all xvho come our way. (iooil title and good values. Refer ences ir desired. STP.WAliT IIIIOS. INVi:.STM'.T CO. lecumseli, Nebraska. J. W. Iluntz accompanied his son, Karl, to the Clillllcothe Huslness Col- lego nnd arranged fur him to enter tho Department of Stenotypy. Miss Ilesslo Hunt, or uigeiow, also enrolled. llarhcr Shop for Sule. A ono-clmlr bather shop in good shupo; a bargain for cash, Inquiro of Hurry wnapimin, iscw i'oint, Alo. AVEUTS "BELIEVES v HAY FE"VESL M ASTHMA... m A B0lu Treatment NOW JfkX Tree Brand School Shoes Are tho vory best alioes yon can buy. They combiuo beauty, strength and com fort. Tho one shown is made of all leather, on a neat last especially made to give the growing footpleuty of toe room. A neat Hervice able school Bhoe. Sizes 12 to 2. Price $3. Mail orders fill ed. with every pair sold this week we give-- a flue large eohool tablet. METi&LF'lT PORBM.MQ.