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A Hippy Time.
A lawn social was had at the home of Mr j. Lou Gibson, Sunday evening of this week, June 8, In honor of the coming of 0. T, Curtis and wife, of (rand Junction, Colo., and their son,' Fred, an cntien In the navy, stationed tit Norfolk, Va., who was granted a leave of absence, and he Joined his parents here, and thus have a time with all his rclutions. Thoco who were there and partook of the elegant refreshments were: Chas. Anselment and wife, Jacob Ditcher and family, Mrs, Kmmn Xrthcrlund anil family, Wm. llosslc and wife. Mrs. lone Muell er anil Paul, ltobcrt I'ryc and family. It wns n happy affair and Knslgn Fred will go back on duty with happy recollections of u visit with Aunt l.n'i nnd the rest of his relatives, while 0. T. never forgets the scenes of his boy hood days. o 'Raspberries Ilnsnberries nro tonklnc fine. They will begin to ripen about the 15th of June. Write or phono your order, or come out nnd take n look at a real raspberry field. You can get one or twenty cases, or more it you want them. Also Kldorndo blackberries In season. SKI1I. CAUSON. Money to Loan on Farms. Eastern and Home Money. Low ltste of Interest. Prompt Smlcc. Call or Write. GILLIAM-JACKSON Loan and Trust Co. Mary Mr, Mo. G. S. LUKENS Oregon, Mo. Cramps! Says Mrs. Frank Ha? ler, ol Carbondale, III.: "1 was fullering terrible cramps and pains each month. I had used . . . but it didn't give ony permanent relict. The nalns came back on me Just the same as beloro . . . Alter taking Cartful, I was entirely relieved from the pains, and liavo never been bothered witli them since." TAKE Car ri-u-i Ttie Woman's Tonic Cardul should help you asltdld Mrs. Hagler, as it has helped thousands ol other women who sul lered from the pains and discomforts from which women suiter. Many medical authorities pre scribe the Ingredients ol which Cardul Is com posed lor the lemale troubles lor which it Is recommended. Why not try it lor your trouble? All Druggists EDI May, 1919, Weather. The weather for the month of May, 191!), was remarkably unifonn, but the temperature for the month was slight ly below the normal. The mean for the month is CO. and the normal Is CI. The last four ditys of the month were the warmest, the average of these be ing 8.'). During most of the month the night were cool nnd heavy coverlids were especially comfortable. The month began with an unusuallv heavy ruin storm of May 'J-3 nnd 3-4, wnen ).;!.) inches or nun fell, nmi flooded portions of the Nodawnv nnd Mlssouii bottoms. Davis Creek was out of its banks, flooding the lower portion or .Mound uity, and pur the iiigciow-.Moumi uuy road out of com mission. .Sonic bail and much llclit nlng were feature of this storm. Sim ilar conditions caused by rains nro vailed May HMD. 11110 and Junu unci July. inir. i no normal ruinrnll for .May is n.os Inches. This year wp had f.!tl inches. Thus far during lUl'.l wo have hail 14.40 Inches of rain, while the noimal for these fivo months is 14.11 Indies, so wo line! practically n normal amount of moisture for these five months. The extremes for the month of May, 1'JIU, were: Mnx. Mln. 3 71) 1 41 M 8'J 'J 11 1!U M 5 :js :o v ti .'It 81! 21 41 Mean maximum, ta mean mini ....... in. ......... f.n IIIUIII, I, IIIVUII, JVt Italnfuil for .Muy, 5.01. Greatest In iwonty.iour hours, u.zu on the Zil. Decoration day, maximum, 85; mln Imuni, 0:1. I'OK SALK. 30 acres, one mile south of 1'orcit City, 4 room house, H horse barn, hay shed, corn crib, two cisterns, ull fenc ed hog-tight Into three fields, nil In cultivation, twenty acres of alfaun. Price for short time. $5.00(1. C5 acres, two miles of Forest City, 1U acres of timher, balance In cultlvu tlon, 10 acres alfulfu, two houses, two bams, plenty of water, well fenced, clou to school; price ?lli,iiU(. lloth of these farms are unland farms and good soil, mid tnc cheap, good terms. Have several other farms for sale and some for Undo. J. W. KITZMAUItlCi:. Koiest City, Mo. a He Smiles. lleconlcr Simpson was all smiles Monday of this week, when he closed his ulg uootcs for the nay, for he had heen called upon to Issue three mar ilnito licenses ilurlnir tho clay. June U, They were issued to tho following parties: John T. Odolt and Maude K. lave rence. of Crnlir. Itussell Ciirr. lliimhtirc. Iowa, nnd Murlhn K. 1'roffit, of Oregon. Itaymond I'ruther, of Uregon, mid .cona hunkel, of Uregon. KODAK FINISHING IlIUNC; YOUK FILMS TO US EXPERT WORK SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HENNINGER DRUG CO. Kurtz.Stadler. On June 4th. 1919. at 3:00 o'clock In the afternoon, nt the large modern home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Jlrs. Charles Startler, living in tne Mayflower neighborhood. Mr. Hoy M. Kurtz come to claim the hand of the girl whom he left behind when ho ent "Over There," Miss Kmmn Aia Stadlcr. A large company of the rel atives of the contracting parties, members of the Immediate fnnilllc uncles, aunts and cousins Were pres ent to witness the marriage ceremony. Tho home was tastefully decorated for the occasion with ruses and flags, nnd) m1. I It n lfi-iA frnni twtrrli liitfn I lilt ceremony took place. At tho appoint-lclaims on her soldier lover. After en hour mid while .Mrs. lieorgo uci- e ngratuiaiions were exicnueu to ine vin presided nt the piano and deftly happy couple nil were invited to the played the wedding march the bride dining room where dainty refresh- and groom, preceded by their attend-' mi nts weie served. ants, Mr. UwU Kurtz, brother of the Many beautiful nnd useful presents groom, as tx-st man, mid .Miss Carrie' spoke of the high esteem In which Stadler, sister of the bride, as brides- the )oiing people were held by thelrl maid, marched out the west door of man) ft lends. Mr. Kuttz Is tho eldestl the house to the porch nnd took post- son of Mr. and Mrs. Witilnm Kuttz, tlon nt the south end or the porcn in und giew to manhood in the Wood front of n largo American flag and vllle eomiminltv. Miss Stmller wns here Itov. T. I). Huberts took their, brought up In the Mayflower district rows of tnarr are mul pronounced mul both nro well nnd favorably them husband and wife. Mr. Kurts. known nnd have known each other) worn his soldier unifonn nnd looked fur years, so they were In no senso every Inch n fine typo of "Uncle I strangers to each other. Tho ocea- Sams boys." The bride wns dressed slim was n Joyful one for Mr, nnd Mrs.1 In white nnd looked ns peaceful and Stmller, In that It brought under happy ns though she had no fears the family roof all their ten children I that war would have any further and tho grandchildren. I Ji'itv ritixn iii:iki:s or Mnti)i:it ciiAiir.i DANIKI. ZACIIMAN. Trest. W. I'. SCIIUI.TK, Cashier. JKSSIK J. JONKS, Asa't Cash THE CITIZEN'S BANK OUKOON, MO. Capital Stock unci Surplus $30,000.00 sot Transacts a general banking bust ncss. Interest paid on deposits left for a specified time. Drafts luucd on principal cities. Collections made nnu promptly re mltted. Directors: D. Zachman. President; Samuel Davidson, Vico - President-, J. A. Krcek, Secretary; Geo. Lchmer nnd S. r, U'l nnon. UOTIt 'I'llONES At LEHMAN'S The itf w Iom out til short lnth of piece food, of every deicriplion well u ihort toU of READY-JO WEAR GARMENTS You cen seve near helf br tredine el LEHMAN'S on REMNANTJMYj CHICHESTER S PILLS IMIeel Af.iirlrMjfcfA t l-.M-Mri nrawfu , fllla ! H.e u4 tleM imukSXr VMtlHSMVm ftl IMU.MUJU. eU wwn HtlMOM SOU) BY DRWHilS 1 5 t .IKinHLRfc (Prom Hiawatha, Kansas, World.) "Not tluilty" was the veidlrt re- tinned by the Jpry In the lliown coun ty district court Thutsdny night at ocIih-k In the case against John llelkcs, charged with muiilcr In the first dCKreo. The Jury deliberandi about 3 hours. Court loom trossin fa vored nriuittal after tho stntn nnd defenso rested, mul alter the argu ments were made then' was littln loulit in tho minds of court room vis itors as to the outcome. The trial did not have tho usual tin Ills that are brought out in murder cases. John 1 ekes he Id the irun that killed U.f lleeler. Tho defense made no denial of this fact. The k ne wus the re suit of u drunken orgy unci llelkcs made n pleu or unavoidable accident while exetcising the light of self de fense. This made an Impression unon the minds of the jurors and when the nisi ballot was tiiKcn n sioon ror uc iiuittal nnd 4 for conviction. Sev erul more ballots were taken. Claude Hanson was fmemnn of the jury John Heikes was brought Into tho court loom from the Jail and trio ver diet was read, mo deieiuiant snow ed ids Joy of belnir frred of a murdc charire nnd shook hands with cuch Jur or. His father nnd mother. Mr. am! Mrs. Albert Heikes. had cone to bed lit tho Hiawatha It on so and wero In funned of tho verdict, I hoy, too were supremely happy when John ciinic to their room a free mun. "Kvcr s nco that terrible nffn r happened.' said Mrs. Heikes, "I have laid awake every night until 'Ji00 or 3:00 o'clock in inn morn nir. worrvinc nooui u. unci I Just could not ninko myself believe that John wns guilty. Wo havo raised four children and this Is tho first time one has ever been In trouble." John, who is '20 vears old. was ir ven "clean bill" by nclidibors In tho vl clnlty of rails Uliy who tesinien that ho had always homo a good reputa tion. County Attorney w. r. wennR nnd his assistant In tho case, W, K. Archer, mado strong nrgumcnts to the jury for tne conviction oi neixcr who niacin tne ciuim inui iwoiuinuu lleeler was deliberately murdered I,. Dort. Jean Coin's law partner i Kails City, opened for tho defense with a uncr argument, louowcci y Samnlo F. N'cwlon nnd Mr. Cain, It was tho court room talk that Sample Ncwlon never made n better Jury speech In tho Drown County court huuse. Jean cam taiKcii lor minutes and said cnouirh for an old I nary speech one hour long. Ho makes a convincing argument and delivers It In a way that ho sways tho jurors and sneetntorct to his side. Jacoy llankcr, charged Jointly with John llelkcs with murder in tho lirst decree, will not havo to faco the mur der charge In court, tho case against him being dismissed soon after thfl jury returned a verdict of not guilty In tha Heikes case. Tom D. Smith was llankcr's attorney. As llankcr wns tho chief boozo runner who atop' ned at Heikes' bachelor quarters with a quantity of booze and tho killing of C. C. Heeler was tho result, Banker was sentenced to servo 0 months in tho county jail and pay a fine of $500 for tho bone dry violation. His pal, Homer Anderson, was sentenced to serve 4 months and pay a fine ol siw, A RETURNED SOLDIER WEOS. REMEMBER THE 4th OF JULY White Hats, White Silk and Lisle Hose, White Satin and Silk Sash Ribbon for Summer at Mrs. E. A. Netherlands Oregon, Missouri u Another Oregon Hoy Heard l'roin. I Under date of Mny 'Jl', llnilan M. Roberts writes from Honolulu to his parents, ltev. T. D. RoWits and wlfe.i that ns the matter now stands he mid wife arc liookfd to move to Lihue.l Hawaii, for next year's work. Hisl Kauai, Hawaii, fur next year's woik.l Ills wife Is appointed to the Kau:ii High School, and he I" to have the principnlship of the l.lliuc grade school. l.ihtie Is the county sent of Knual. county, and has the laigest school on that lolnml, n '.'1 room school. Tho" trnnfer Is a promotion both In po sition and salary. It seems a liltla singular that both Cuy and Harlan should le transferred to other work tho sumo year. Hnrlan has been III the Islands since 100."., "HOOD WORKSHI'S," with heavy brown duck uppers, tire tread soles, pneumatic heels, lluilt like rin nutn tire, nnd "brute for wenr," You can find them lit C. W. KINO'S. TUB AI'l'AKKL, PA 8 II I O N CKNTKll Ol ST. JOBKl'lt You can order by mall. Fend your sirs wanted. Kiting client, waist and length meseurft men t s . Also heUhtand weight. A STORE for rOUn STATES ClOTHU fu MAM WOMAtlbCHOO 1 Mall orders to be accompanied by part payment, listnnrs will be) rnt a O. O. Par cel Poet. rtnrr, bin tt not mlUs-Cactory. THERE IS LOTS OF REAL -PEP" IN OUR NEW StuL ime ouues In ft Waist-'Seamers Thotj gain Instant favor with every follow wko soos tlicm, becauso thotj aro so now and different from tho brands offered In other storo clothes. Tke Following Ne w Features Have Been Developed in Tkese New Materials and. Colorings SOLID SHADES PREDOMINATING Flannels and Unfinished Worsteds Golden Brown, Chocolate, Meadow Groca, Navvj Bluo. JUNE STYLES Braided collars, cuffs and pockets on coat. Inlaid satin welt pockets on coats, hell shaped sleeves, new high lapels, closer body lines, "Two Way" link button giving a single and double breasted offect MOSTLY FANCY SILK TRIMMED Prices $25 $30 $35 $40 $45 Also VELOURS In Solkl SWm ol Olive, Fawn, Menu and Oxford. WORKMANSHIP OUR OWN SHOP TAILORING