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Just what you have been waiting
for. A canvas shoe with pneumatic heel nnd tlrc-trcad note. Uppers of Jicavy brown iluck the kind the gov ernment uses for mall bojjs. Will not rtretch or.crock. Then there' on in ner lining of 11k' ter cluck that means extra strength, comfort and coolness And lenther-tonned fibre Inner solos to Insulate prevent the drawing of the feet, so comm n to ruubcr-soic chocs of ordinary make. Heel, solo nnd upper In fact, every part of the phoc arc welded together under n heavy pressure of live steam. It makes n shoe that will not Hp, split or come npart. The solo U of tiro-tread com position. It is made touch and tillable by the same process used in making auto tires. And no matter how hard you try. you find it almost Imno.v nihlc to wear them out. Call for tho "HOOD WUUKSHU.S." Hoys' and men s, fz.uu una t.s.uu. C. W. KING, WHERE DO VOU BUY YOUR CLOTHES? C. I). ZOOM, GUV 1 1. CUMMINS, I'rcst. latliicr. AUTUMN CUItltY. Asst. Cash. ZOOK & ROECKER BANKING CO. OIIKGON t i i MlSSOUItl KstablMied 1871. -:o: The oldest bank In the county. Trans- nets a general blnking business. In terest paid on timet deposit. Drafts i-old on all the principal cities of the country and r.uropv. Ilnvo nindc spe cial nrrnngemenU to collect money iluo from estates In foreign countries. Tho accounts of farmers, incrchnnts nnd Individuals respectfully solicited, Special care given tu any business in trusted tr us. 110TII niONES Geo. Nuzum's Ferry Boat is now making reg ular trips crossing the Missouri river at White Cloud, Kans. Safe, re liable. No delays. Pure llred IJarrcd Itoek Kggs, from specially selected laying strains. Kggs all perfect, $5.00 per 100; $3.00 for CO, or $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs. MItS. I M. I1A11I1, Doth rhoncs Oregon, Mo. I'Alt.M 1IUKKAU NOTES. Hy W. C. SWAHNKIt, County Agent "Tell mo how to get rid of these Infernal potato bugs, the kind tint hnve proon marks (stripes)." Such Is a common message received over tho telephone nt the Kami Uurcau of fice these days There nie several methods by which the potato beetle can bo dis posed of. Hand picking is slow and tiresome work where they arc numer ous. A quicker method is to poison them, I'urls green or nrsenntc of lead arc very good. Arsenate of lead does not poison hugs so iiuickly ns the Pari green, but there Is less danger of In juring the foliage with it, it adheres more strongly tn the foliage, it is les trouble to prepare, it leaves n white coating, so that its presence or absence can be determined readily after spraying, nnd it is apt to lo cheaper. AI1SKNATK OK l.KAl) MIXTUIU! 1-OIt POTATO IlUtiS. Arsenate of lead (powder), 1 pound. (Twice us much lead will bo needed If pasta Is used). Soap for "sticker," 1 pound. llordeaux Mixture or Water, 25 gal lons. KOU SMAU.KIl QUANTITIES. Arsenate of lead (powder), two tlilrd of un ounce. Soap, two-thinls of nn ounce. Ilonlcnux Mixture or Water, one gallon. Care should bo taken to dlsiolvc the load In a small quantity of water before mixing. Apply with sprayer or totdlnary sptlnkler. Two ir three applications will be required for each generation nf buirs. Usually, there arc two or three generations in tills latitude. PAltlS (lltKKN MIXTUItK KOU PO TATO 1IUCS. Use one unit of Paris (Irren tn four parts of iilr slocked lime (or flour). Mix thoroughly. Apply with a jww- Wallace, Poteet 6 Orr Farm Loan Co. ST. JOSEPH, MO. 1906 Frederick Avenue Plenty of money to loan on good Holt county fnrms. W'e especially solicit your farm business. I.lst your forms with us If you really wont to sell. We ulsn make exchanges, K. I). Illltl) Is our special representative In tills territory, and In enso ydu cannot call at our office, kindly wrlto or phone us at our expense and ho will call upon you. Dr. C. H. Wallace Robt. R. Potcct Robt. B. Orr Come to Oregon to Celebrate July 4. Out of the Mud We all pray for plenty of moisture each spring that the soil may be right for plant ing for moisture to feed the starting crops. Spring rains mean life, strength to the grow ing fields, but they also mean MUD MUD from the house to the outbuildings. MUD in the driveways and seas of mud in the barn yard, to say nothing of that "Tracked" into the house to make more work for the women folks. Concrete walks, driveways, nnd barnyard pnvements are not expensive nor hard to build and will put you out of the mud for all time. We shall be glad to tell you just how to build walks and yard paving and can supply all the ma terials you need. Mine r & Frees Lumber Co. Oregon, Missouri IHWXMWIt I rK MS'!" Icr bellows or use a dry cunnv Hack. Place powder in the sack and shake, over your potato plants. If It raln.'i soon, use again. Apply ns frequently ns necessary. A wet spray of Paris lireen for u small tranlcn nnien may be made hy using n teaspoonfut of Paris (iieen In a common yprlnklor, with a little lime. . .Hi. i ... .... I I .WISgMMHmLa"'. "IK ' PER YARD gtf NEPonsCT FLOOR COVERING r i r n i 1 ' .i msbb ssbi ft BEGINS MONDAY JUNE NFPONSET IS ABSOLUTELY rccruriJE QQ96 WATERPROOF (see our window test) ROT PROOF THICK DURABLE A DESIGN! FOR EVERY ROOM IN YOUR HOUSE SAVE 31$ OF EVERY DOLLAR REGULAR PRICE $1. PER YARD Q(t SALE PRICE 0 5AL LASTS ALL WEEK JUNE 16 TO 21 M'MBCR PCTll H Cft CM A NT B A?1ATIOM Still In France. William J. I'lelds, of Forbes, who is still over In France, Is now located nt Niu.nl re. nnd n a Mother's Day letter to his mother, .Mrs. v. j. fields, oi lnrbes. savs he is in fine condition. ami while ho is enjoying his soldier's icuco lire, lie would miner enjoy cu ten's peace life. "I nm us well as l nave ever nccn in my life. Hut I am no ways near where 1 was u yenr ugo. You might say it U nn accident that any of us are ulive today. For you know since last Mothers way I hern lias ueen muny, many poor mother lost their sons over here. And 1, und some of the rest of us miirnt havu been tho one to go. Hut I feel that the prayer of mother Is what caused me to la hcie toduy. You know it was not me, for I wouid have walked Into death If I had Iieen told to. Hut there ate a feu of us scattered around here vet, Hie io is nothing wrong with us over hero excepting thu 'soldier's spiing fever.' When any soldier gets It 1 don't think nnv cure has ever been Invented for It yet. At leust 1 never saw uny toldler come out of it yet. I want you to pray that 1 may see you all soon. Well as 1 cold beforo I haven't heard from Katie und Don for three months. Don't you worry about me. ill close. I nm us ever your ton and brother. WILLIAM J. FIELDS, P. W. K., Company J00, A. P. O., 701, American 1'.. bt. ftazalre, France." o For Sale, Mv rcshlcnco nroncrty. consisting of ono lot with seven roomed house; good burn ana plenty ox iruit. J. J. LUUL.1!), Children's Day Hicrclscs. Sunday, June 8th, was on Ideal day for Children's Day, with n clear bluo i-ky and balmy nlr filled with frag rance of flowers everywhere. So tho day was observed by tho Sunday cliiiol of thePreshyterinn church. Tho church was most beautifully decorated with both potted and cut flowers, with hanks of green, und tho Stars and Hcsolutlons of Hespect Hall of Foicst City Lodge, No. H78, .x r. . ..... . (... i, u, u. r., roivst viiy, unoauuri, inuy 20, 1910. Tho following resolutions wero pre sented niul adopted on tho death of Hro. K. I'. Coolcy, n worthy member of Marion Lodge, no. ai, l u, u. 1 Whereas it has pleased tho buprcmo Ituler of tho Unlver.Mi to call from labor to rest our dearly beloved bioth cr, 1J. r. uooiey, who tueu fliuy i'o, VJVJ. t icreloro be it Itcsolved, that In tho death of mother Coolcy. his family has lost u devoted husbund nnd father, tho lodge a faithful and useful member and thu community an upright and honored citzen. Itcsolved, that wo will ever bear In grateful remembrance the zeal und fidelity with which mother Coo ev discharged all his lodgo duties, and will try to imitate his devotion to tho grand principles ot mo f raternity. Itcsolved. that wo tender our heart. felt bymnathy to tho bereaved widow and children, and recommend them of that (Jod whom Urothcr Coolcy served and In whom ho trusted. Kesolved, that copy of these res olutions be spread upon our records and a copy bo sent to tho family of our Brother, and that a copy of same, be published in the iioit county bca' tinei. F. W. BEAVERS, G. A. STROUD, NATE BAKER, ..Lj.u1 Committee. IVWISSSBWU.RM I Stripes floating In tho nlr, made It n very pretty sight. I The exercises were opened by n se lection by the orchestra. This Is u new feature In the Sunday school, ami we think It will be a very valuable part nf the Sunday school. Thecnulln roll and primary department certainly ddl themselves proud, not only them selves but their very efficient and (faithful teachers. The different ones all along the program are worthy of special mention. Tho special num bers by tho orchestra and choir wero enjoyed by all. At the close of tin cradle roll ami primary' exercises, seven Infunts were baptized, ami four members of tho Sunday school wero taken into the church, so taking it, all In nil, we think It wn by far tho finest Children's Day program that wo Iiave ever witnessed. X. X. Cheyenne County Wins Glory at the State Fair, Held at Pueblo, Colo., 1918 In Competition with the Entire State Cheyenne County Makes a Killing With its Agricultural Display. In tho competition for non-irrigated counties Clieyenno county was awarded sec ond place. In individual premuimaChoyoime county was particularly fltrang, it recoiving 2.'l firnt, 18 second and it third prumiiims. In potatoes, onions and inolons it stood supreme, nnd that in competition with irrigated counties which make the growing of these crops a specialty. So much for Cheyenne county's agricultural exhibit at the state fair, hut tho talo is not yet-all told. J. O. D. Ranch of Aroya, this county, managed by D. Schilling, with precisely tho same exhibitit bad at the Cheyenne County Fair, tlioshowing being of cattle, hogs, Bhoop aud jacks, won 9 first, 5 second, 3 third and 1 fifth premuims, besldos 3 cham pionships and I reserve championship ou hogs, sheep and jacks, and all this against tho (stillest kind of competition. This is tho story of Clieyenno county's glorious Buccess at tho Colorado Stato Fair for tho year ltUS, told without frills or exaggeration. Read It over aud ponder. Lands for Sale by R. L. Greene, Local Agent For Lands At Arapahoe and Cheyenne Wells which they claim Is second to none, because of its Fino Climate, Smooth Rloh Soil Free from Magnesia or Alkali, and its modern conveniences. Clieyenno Wells is tho county seat of Cheyenno County, Colorado, and has a High School of four-year Course, Domestic Science and Manual Training; four-year Busi ness Courso; Boys' and Girls Dormitory, eeparato; Hospital, three stories high; Creamery, Cheese, Ice and Ice Cream Faotory; three -story Brick Court House, paid for ; two Banks ; four Hotels, Water Works and Electrio Lights. These lands can bo had at from $15 to 810 per acre and will double in value SOON. A word to the wiso is suilioient. For further information call on or address R. L. Greene, Oregon, Mo.