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$ Fi f - ss.:.;.i.:.zizs - t : TrrrTw?JW:i?.J.5i;.i.5.JJiV f UOME BUREAU NOTES First of nll-Kellablllty Townsend, Wyait & Wall Co. Townsend, Wyatt & Wall Co. ANNOUNCEMENT EMORDIMI THE SALE OF THE LOUIS HAX CARPET AND DRAPERY STOCK The Louis Hax Furniture Company, having decided to go out of business, sold u their entire stock of Ruk Carpet, Linoleum, Window Shade, Lace Curtain, Draperies, Etc At a Tremendous Sacrifice nml r Dlace the entire Durchaae on ale In our I Carpet and Drapery Department, commencing July 7th at seringa commensurate with- the extremely ! low price at which wc Iwught It, We want our out-of-town friend to ahare equally with our home people in the advantages of thi great ate and are making thla advance announcement to enable you to get ready for It and Be Here At the Start The veiling will begin Monday morning, July 7th, at 8 o'clock. We anticipate a cry generou response o thin la easily the greatest bargain event our pop ular Carpet and Drapery Section has ever put on Third Floor. The Chance of a Lifetime The firm of Lout Hax 1 too well known and their reputation for high grade merchandise la loo well established throughout thi section of the Wet to require any comment by u nnd the opportunity to pur chase merchandise of thl character at the prlcea we will offer It In this sale will be Inatantly rcrngnlicd a the chance of a lifetime. Member Itctnil Merchant' Association. Railroad anil Auto Fnrcs Rebated. Watch the St. Jo-r-cph dallies for fur ther details of this jj extraordinary event. Townsend, Wyatt& Wall Co. f: ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI No cscrvntions 'ntirc stock marked or Immediate ilia. posnl. cousin, Miss Marie Heglock, of Mound City, this week. . Mrs Eason and son, of Napier, spent Monday evening with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Cotton. Ed Mills nnd family spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Itusscl Eason, of Napier. iin. R. C. McGraff, of Lincoln, Neh.. nml Mrs. Dickie, of Mound City. visited with Mrs. John Whipple, last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Is. Cotton and Pauline Keck spent Monday with Mrs Chas. Ram- sv. Geneva HInea spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Coke Jackson. Koy and Walter Hill and Earl Bovd came home. Saturday, from Holdrldge, Neb., for an extended visit with relatives. Mrs. Jane Hints spent Sunday with Mr. Settle Williams. Mrs. Orriek spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. John Dcaslcy. W. D. Stuart was a St. Joseph passenger, Monday Fred Rhctta was a St. Joseph passenger, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Boyd spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. r, Carmcan. of Mound City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Dowell spent Sunday with their Daughter, Airs, ado Harr s. or near aiounu city. There were 61 nt Tarklo Chapel Sunday school, and 92.C6 collection. Mr. and .Mr, rrcel nt. John nml Cora Ellen DeVault, Emergency Home Demonstration Agt, The Fortoscue Garden Club met with the Home Demonstration Agent, June 23, and canned 12 pints of peas and beans. These girls arc business like and thrifty. Thev met the week nrevlous and He elded that their pea and beam needed care so loit no time in getting to wnrW. Thev are going to sell the canned vegetables or use them in a school lunch. A room In the school building wilt be used in which to do the canning. This Illustrates community canning on a small scale and will be an excellent training for the girls. The executive committee of the Home Bureau met June 24, at the home of Mrs. J. K. Weller, Maitland. Mc.damcs A. T. Haydcn, Anna Kahn, Nelaon Noland, W. F. Vance, E. W. Smith, Cortex Meadows, J. E. Weller and Minxes Monn Walter, Estella Davis and Cora DeVault were present. l'l.ins for Home Bureau work at tho Maitland Fair and reorganization work were discussed. Mr. lister Hodgin explained the Fair plan to the committee. Mr. W. I.. Perry. State Poultry Club leader, was visiting the poultry club son spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. mcmncrs inurauay ami rrinay. jtir "AVERAGE MAN" SCORES ONE Perry cave some very good help in I poultry cure, not only to club mem bers but to Homo Bureau members as well. Two caes of cholera, one ncutc nnd one chronic, wcro found and bichloride of mercury treatment ndviocd. Lire wore iiultc numerous In somo flock and sodium fluoride prescribed. On one farm limber neck had dc-troji-d n flock of ICO. This is caused by ii paralysis of the muscles of tho neck due to oionlng from decayed nii'at or food. The ivmcduy Is to re move the cauae. the fly. ;m Many years ugo pvoplo did not know that tho fly carries germs. But now that wo found It out wo mutt get nd of him. PRODUCE PORK FOR LESS THAN $10.00 We Guarantee Diamond "A" or Fcvrlei. Hog .Meal to produce pork nl SI0.00 per 100 pound or lea. We guarantee KG 2-3 cent worth of II to produce the fame amount of pork that $1.00 worlh of corn will produce. TO THE FEEDERt We will take off your hands any unused portion nnd pay you for It If you arc not entirely satisfied with the re sults obtained. Ail you have to do Is to bring It back and get your money. Wo take your word and will cheerfully take back every pound If you aro not absolutely satisfied that it Is doing Juat whnt wo say above. That Is, produce pork for $10.00 or less, and that CO 2-3 cents will positively give you the same pork pro duction or morn than $1.00 worth of corn. It Is a complete balanced ration you need no Uinkago, shorts, bran, chops, com, oil meal nor any other fowl. You need only this, and tho guuruntee Is absotuto lor uny man who uses 100 pounds or tons of It. Gusranteed Analy!; DIAMOND "A" HOG FEED AND FATTENEU Protein, 10 per cent; carbohydrates, G5 per cent; ash, 0.3 per cent; fut, H per cent; fibre, loss titan 4 per cent. PEF.ItI.ESS HOG MEAIr-rroteln 18 per centj fnt, G per ccntj fibre, less than 10 per cent; carbohydrates, C5 per cent. Itrmember that G6 2-3 cent worth of It I to produce a much or more than $1.00 worth of corn. $1.00 er 100 pound; $77 per tun at Oregon; or $3.85 per 100 and $74 per ton at cur when we have It there on track. Wo will keep it at all times at store, und we will order car In haste any tlmo if you lump together and want to tnko advantugo of prlcea on track. This will apply to Forbes also. Get together or glvo us your order for large quantities and get it on track. Binder Twine and Early 90-Day Seed Corn. See Us. FARMERS' LIGHT PLANT COMPANY, Oregon, Mo. IIKi.JIt.U'lllC.U. RECORD or IIOI.T COUNTY'S SOLDIERS County Clerk Kunkrl Preparing (Jet Record of Thoae Inducted Into the Service. Hcnning and family, of the Blulr trict. Mr. and Mr. B. O. Adklnson spent Sunday with hi slater, Mrs. Frank Cooper, of near Craig, " Mrs. Oscar Lease, from Tarsons, Kansas, rnmc Sunday for a visit with relatives, and to be with her brother, Clay Moscr, who Just camo home from France. OUSERVEP. INDIAN CITIES VERY ENGLISH In Architecture and Many Other Ways Thty Are Copies of Thai In the Old Land. In wbst fill -'-'n, -V Rr8ra3-6iscuits-eJxs 'AskMourJOLwhr-fozIt The great prcaldeney towns, Calcutta, llonilmy, Minima, nre Europein cltle I .it.,!,.! nn I. .Jin.. ...II til lit n-Atll. Thi' fly deposits Ita eggs In all hlfm ,,ns, nri. irnpean. though k n,l. of accurnu atlons, . such ,,s nm-" , f h oncJ kT.,!r, I" " ..-'. moiat and warm. The egg lays In the ' known n Hie Mi Saracenic' ilrriuod tru-h until It i turned n.io tlo of architecture, l or the rest the a white wrinkled worm. Tho worm ireet nre called by English name, wrap itaclf Into a cocoon und in i generally Ihe names of bygone vice few day conic out a a fly. I rnya and governors, or of the soldier Tin lly doe not clean his feet when who conquered tho Innd nnd quelle.) he cine Into tho house. He light n,,, mutiny heme whoai-efflgle meet on thing wo tut and leave many, , Mt xrry ,llrn, T. il0p, nro ih-m- genu, some oi me imngci- ,. , ,. ,, or Ku, to rholeiu mulbus, typhoid und inl'untllu paralysis. Not only doe the house fly carry (liinn. Iitlt u-n bnim- flin yfuliln fit Ihe Adjulnnt General of tho stato dm- also. Ho spends moat of hi lias Called Unnn (mntv CAnrlr Ihlll lilllni. rrnv nml linrn.. nml ns well ns on all County Clerk of the! enures tho cow to kick the bucket of, mate lll permit, English coiidltlona state, to collect und file In their of. milk over. f iff, n llomlisy, Indeed, the nier- iJ.?,." 1 1 R , ,Vn mm wrvlec reconl of "hi tho nasty on I riyi Ho must rnt rrlnres nre no longer Euro- but Hindus nnd Parala. Theirs most sumptuous palaces on hill; their the mnt swagrer rnalxn aslktniit trnlllc In Engllab good. Kngllah enrrlnites nnd inolora bowl along tho innendiiinlntl or tnrred roads of old Engtnnil. On every hand there I evidence of the Instinctive, ef fort to reproduce, n nearly n Ihe ell fice a biography nnd service reconl of Oh! tho nasty old fly! Wo must chant r every Holt County man who was In- keep tlio garbago cans cleared away. I ,,. i,t ducted Into tho service In the war w-' 'uat huul manure nwuy or aprln-' :," , with (Jcrmany. Ikle it with borax water so that tho "re. ' Sten Will lu Inbnn II.. . u-lll nnl hnf.l. II., I ...I HSMOfir Aimy Department to secure the samo "reeding places wo can soon lnolnr, 011 ,n" Qiin's rond and Hi reconl of every man who enlisted from Rt rM of the fllea that find their way Apollo rtunder. In Qiilcnlla, though th?Mn.t'' . ,n, 1,10 nou u' u,lnR ll'o fy wat-. lllanks Imve been sent to ChTik ". I Kunkel, and theso will be mailed to Wo fought tho Kaiser and won tho very man who wn called t0 the col-.WIir nw KT 'KHt the fly. oriLVfK1rn,nT n,,ou' J"'y lt. HARVEY IDEKER. Thl biography and reconl is to bo Hogrcfo School, No. 2, Ii Cluss. uel In preparing a soldier memnrtnl o and also for future referene j Fortescuc IlaDnenlnin. i chipped In ' hogs, Wed- commercial eompeiltlon I less keeu the great Ilengull Innd owner Is n prominent and Important personage. Hut few, Indeed, aro the points of con Inct between the Aslau toun and the European elty which ins been super imposed upon It. "India and tho Fu ture," by Wllllnra Archer. Qreatcat Eftlc'lancy Temptrature. Human living work at the IdKheat every returned soldier and the rela- Several of the farmeni .Z .?i i nf l.ho',? w,m nnt return' ami shipped u car load of 1 should ace to it that the blanks are ncsday. n-..'... V, . .. ou,1 ,nn" returned In Urns. Williams was a slhler'fheTtem. In'tK VSST. V, "SS .,.... ot 9 )" niu.i i... - ... no ..i.j iuiuhiiiu, . neraiure or oij in uo uerrees l uuren- follows" " re Klvca."af- c.oUo"' wcro ftlouni belt, aeeordlnc to Ellsworth Hunting, fame, 'residence and when dt,- -DavefVtomlne, from Dwycr, WyoJ ton. "ho ruhllahes In the Proceeding W'1' bM liecn here the ,,Z "Alwi ,h' IA.leii,r of Science, n filled ns Name, i i ClUirgCII. Il.na I,..,- Ik. ...."I. ..I.l.: -. Nnme of organUatlon In which sol-' friends, and looking after hla farm n," "f. m Mh ,,e dlcr cnterejl federal service, with rank Interest. roske thl deduction, or grado Wicreln. I iir. J. L. Mlnton renorts an ebrht Tho dm Hi rate Is lowest In the oiu in r.urupv the temperature I averages if?"0 Mln' I Or. J. L. Mlnton reports an eight Tho death rate la I uato or enlistment, appointment or pound girl born to Mr. and Mrs. John spring and autumn, bo assignment therein. Ucaslcy, June 14. They guve her tho and America, when thi it transferred, givo new orgunlia- namo of June Rose. averages 04 or 0.1. " tions and dates, rromotlons, rank. CHICHESTER S PILLS TIIK DIAUUNU IIBANU. A. 8iiv!iftDAaiiT?.,SiH Mt MM U BasU. stafwi. AlMkllAhal SOU) BY DRUGGISTS EVERYMHKRE For Sale Ford Roadster In A No. 1 condition. Demountable Rims, See M. R. Martin. A. drowsy, half-sick, discouraged Young Hull For Sale. Red Polled Stock, all pedigreed and registered. C. A. ZACHMAN, Oregon, Mo. For Sale. My residence property, consisting of one lot with seven roomed house: good barn and plenty of fruit. J. J. LUKENS. Misses Florence and T.llll.n Schulto and their cousin, MIsa Gladys feeling is caused by a torpid liver and Seeman, of Oakland, Iowa, who la tTs impurltlta In the'atomach and bowels. I '""f them, have returned from a two Prickly Ash Bitton a a prompt and weeks' visit with their aunt and uncle, efficient temiif.- Men who .work need fmes Carder and wife, in St, Joaepb, ita cleanaiar ,aad aUmalitkx effect Ttey were1 accompanied home by their Privt ar'pwf btU, HMBtafftr friend, Miaa Agnes Martin, who will Drugpo. ., , ' , , Tialt them fet a few daya. J-'Ajr '; - with dates and final If killed nr u-niin.lA.1 , battle. " " ' If died of disease, give dato and place. (live numca of battlca In which en gaged. (ilvo any prior service in the Na tlonnl Ouord, Regular Army, Marino ,N,V.'' Spanlsh-American War, 1 hillpplne Insurrection or on the Mcx lean Harder, naming tho organltatlon, dato and rank. Rorn, where, when. Occupation and nationality. Maiden name of wife and children. Parent. School or college attended. Under remarks should bo given any facta of Interest, such ns name of nny ancestor who ,ervcd in tho Colonial Wars, Revolutionary Wor. War of 1812. Mexican War, Civil War, Span-Ish-Amerlcan War, nnd nny other val uublo information. Charles Taylor and family attend od the wedding of their daughter, Lena, to Rlchanl Heine, nt the Ger man Lutheran parsonago near Craig, on Sunday last, June 29. The W. C. T. U. will hold a con ventlon nt tho U. II. church, In Hick oty township, on Sunday, July 6th, when an all day session will be held. An Interesting program has been pre pared. At noon a big basket dinner will be given in the church yard. Ev ery one is invited to attend. Fwnk Castle, our Rill Nye, who Went to tho colors a venr asm i,in. i i is back among us from the fields of rrunce ue served in the 334th Am bulance Company, 84th Division, and later was assigned to Camp Hospital No. 8. He. says he travelled 16,000 miles, and Is mighty glad to get back. He is looking fine. - Pure Bred Barred Rock Eggs, from specially selected laying strains! Eff a all perfect. 15.06 per 100i 13,00 for 50, or $1.00 per setting ofl . MRS. P. M. BASil" Both Phone OreB.jJIo. Mr n n e.miA..i w. v. WH.ll.tvMVI ,t,IU DUUi James, from Dwyer, Wyo., and Paul Tiylor, of Maiyvllle, were visiting their cousin, I. T. Hulfman und fam ily, vriday. Le cume from Wyoming In hi liulck aulomobilo, driving through in fivo days. Mrs. Varvcl spent Saturday with Mrs. I.ucy Hinkle. Fred Rhctts and George Craig wired Jukt Ilinklo'a houso luat week lor cioctnc lights. Clay MoM-r cume homo Saturday. Ho han an honorable dlschargo from tho unny tcrvicc. Ho has been In Franco since August doing his bit for his countiy We aro sure glad to welcome our boys home. Ho looks well, ue they ull do. Luther Van-el returned homo Satunlay after n week's visit with relatives In Sioux City, Iowa, Mario Howard nnd Orlco Huston spent Sunday with tho Griscr girls. Chas. Willlums was a St. Joseph passenger, Slonday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rhodes and son motored up from Elwooil, Kansas, to visit her aunt, Mrs. W. II. Stuart, and other relatives for a few days. Mrr Jano Cotton and Beulah liurh were visiting relatives nnd friends here, Satunlay and Sunday, Mrs. nert Stuart received a card from her husband, stating that ho had arrived 1n tho States and was at New port News, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Franks and daughter, from Falls City, aro visit log her mother, Mrs. Randies, this Week. .George Craig was a St. Joseph passenger, Monday. TJ?fk 9Bden Pcn' Sunday evening with his sister, Mrs. Nancy West, e T.Mn a?.durs y - stuart "I" Sunday with her brother, Will Jack son and family, .-rMrs. Jane Cotton and Beulah gush, of Napier, Mrs. Holtsclaw, Mrs. Edgar Smith and daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Is. Cotton, Mrs. Lum Lease, Mrs. Fred Rhetta, 'Gladys and Llllle Lease, Ethel Stuart and Chaa. Caddy spent Sunday In many factories all the way from Countctlcut to Florida It was found that the maximum of work was pro duced when the temperature in the open air rangad around 62 nr 03. Ths muscular force eierted by school children and working men, tneaaured with the dynamometer ev ery day In all season nf the year, was greatest when the thermometer was between 00 and OS Fahrenheit. Bird In Nttd Found Frlsnd. A North side realdent taw a robin fluttering around In his back yard with what he thought was u broken wing. Realising that the cuts would kooii make short work, he caught the robin, Intending to get It out of liarm'a way. On Inveatlgatlon he found that Instead of a broken wing It had be come entangled In a piece of string a yard or two lone. How It had done this was a mystery, unless It bad been getting the string for n nett. It was wrapped around the bird's neck three or four times, around one wing several times, and Its feet were tied as securely as though the haud of man had done It. A few min utes' work with the scissors soon freed tho bird, and It look wing, singing us it weut. Indianapolis News. Ntw Membtr Scored. Some of the occupants of the oppo sition benches In the new houae of commons may not bo quite conversant with all the niceties of parliamentary procedure, but they are quite capable, apparently, of boldlog their own all the same. Thus the other day the hon orable member for Bllvertown, warm ing to his argumtnt, had Just begun, "I want you gentlemen , . . ," when loud cries of ''order" served as a re minder that he was addressing "the bouse." Mr. Jack Jonas.' apology waa wire ana to tue point, -i am sorry,' Finds Jey In Reminding Better Half That She I Alto Victim of New Tax. The average family ha been having heart to heart talks for months on how expenditures may be cut down and something of the average aalary put In the hank for the annual vacation. The average man has been troubled, too, as be puffed the long, black cigar not financially troubled, but the re snlt of a little worrying that soma day the average woman was gotng to get personal about their aavlng plan. It came the other night. "I see, dear," abe began, her aweet- , nest adding to hi growing suspicion, j "that the state Is about to put anoth- i er tax on cigars. They'll go up soma i more. Tou know I wouldn't suggest I anything that would Interfere with your pleasure, but don't you think ci gars are getting (no much of a luxury when we are trying to savef The average mn grunted. It gain ed time; It prevented audden complica tion. He hd had nn answer ready for weeks for thl Inevitable question, but , renaonlng fled Juat then. He had tho iwper she had nlrendy rend. He would . Ilml out about this tax before he an awerod. And then ain't It a grand and glo rlotii feeling? "Very well, luy denr," he said, trying tu keep the neighbors from hearing the exultation In Ids tune. "Thl tax wilt cite ua both n chance to sacrifice. Pit quit my clgnr If you'll give up powder I ttir your fare. You see, Sweet, tho tiiv It on rnmelle, too." And Ihe average man grinned victor lnuly behind the newapiper. WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN" If Paul Revere Had Only Had a Tele phone Available In the Daya of 'Seventy-five. Somebody In the New England tele phone orgaiilxntlon has been figuring out how easily Paul ltcere could have) accomplished all the purpoaes of hi famnua ride on the "eighteenth of April, In 'aevenly-llvo," If he only had had telephone facilities like thoaa available today. A the teltphoue men says. Revere would have been able to save himself n lot of hard riding. He rmild have enlted Conrnnl from a pub lic station In the North end, or Charles town either, and had his friend of the committee of public safety on the line within eight minutes, If the operator)! took us much time then ns they do now. And how much easier It would have been to get the powder burled and the gun rnrrlages done away with It the Concord folk had had their warning eight minutes after the lan tern were hung aloft In the belfry arch nf the Old North steeple. Only, If there bad been telephones, there) would have been nn lanterns. They would; have used the 'phone for the whole thing. And then of course a famous poem would never have been written. Christian Science Monitor. Stuart U halting he' ZJS tor. r Glenn Curtis Loved Mechanics. Glenn Hammond Curtlss, one-tlm mesaenger In Rochester, N. V., now "king of the air," and worth million, like mnit boys, loved things mechan ical, tilt day dreams and his dreams at night were of mechanical con trlrsnees thnt moved about on wheeU, end the Invention of Jules Verne. 1'rora motorcycle to nlrplanes proved n abort step. Curtis, who hsd been Improving on his motorcycle euglne, developed It so It could he nted In dirigible hslloont. In 1000 he went to Reims and easily defeated the crack foreign flyers, becoming the Brat Inter national champion of the air. In 1010 h flew from Albany to New Tork, ISO mites. Having won hit laurels In the air, he took up the actual work of building planet. Today there It scarce ly any airplane used In the United Stattt or Europe on which Curtltt does not draw a royalty. Legitimate Prey. One day a little old woman appeared nt the parsonage to be married to an old man. The worunu was bent over so much one had to stoop to look Into her face. The bridegroom waa deaf as a post. All the time the pastor was making out the necessary papers the woman talked and muttered to herself, say ing; "I don't know why that stingy old man wants to get married. He doesn't want to pay n cook, that's all. Make him pay well, parson. lie's north It. He's got a farm and lots of money. He's n mean, stingy, old man and he's deaf and can't hear what I say. Charge him good, brother." The ceremony over, the man paid the customary (5, with tho bride still Jawing, he utterly oblivious ot it all. t4i'. '&';. New Qolf Clubt. Ot special Interest to golf players la a club made with a ateel Instead ot a hickory shaft, ahown In Popular Me chanic magazine, which, It Is claimed, possesses all the flexibility ot the wooden shaft and haa additional desir able features? The steel shaft It hot low, tapers toward the lower end, and la much smaller In diameter than one of hickory. Thla la said to give the player additional' driving power, be cause of reduced friction when the club la swung through the air. Musical Adv&'k "It's a pity you never took moslo lessons," said Mr. Rafferty. . "So't I could alng merer laqulred Mr. Do lan. "No. A study of music might have, Improved your taste M that ou'd If trytaV, ' j -.V-! rty.-'NWrsWaiV ' ' ? , I I. '