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SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS.
Nineteenth Annual Contention of the Holt County Sunday School Association. Tlic Sunday whool worker of Holt county assembled In their nineteenth annual convention ni iuaiunmi, ition day nml Tuesday of last week, Sept '2Z-2'.i, and although there wn not so very large u crowd present dm Inn the first day owing to the rain of the previous day preventing many irom uttendlne. it wm attciuled by un nun est, enthusiastic body of delegates. who put spirit nml interest in the pro cccdlngs so that every minute was rn Joyed hy those present. The people of Maltland hung out their latch-string, and did ail In their nower to make the stay of the delegate n pleasant one. anil every delegate attending was glud they were there, and those who did not attend m sseii much that would prove profit' able to them In thin grcot work this work that dons so much In helping to shape nnd mold the clinnictcr of the young boy or gin. The second day's session was large' lv attended nnd In numerical attend nncc was u large and Interesting us customary. The officers of the association weie on hnnd nnd did their duties well, and through their efforts In urtnnging the program, proved they knew what wus needed for such an nccuslon, and they were fortunate In obtaining the ser vices of Pan II. Veilh and II. W. Heck rr, of St. liOuls, field agents for tho State Sunday school association, who were live wires In the work, nml their lectures were well worth going miles to hear. The first clon, Monday morning, was held at the rresiiyterian cnuirn, nnd wax called to onlcr by the presi dent, W. I.. Iliggs, of Mound City, nnd the devotional services were conducted by lev. V. V. Dcvolt. of Maltland The president Int induced Paul H, Vletli, of St. l.ouls, who took for his subject "Checking Up." He covered fully the subject? how to get Into the leal, earnest ami effective Sunday school work. He was followed by II. W. Itecker, who spoke Interestingly nn "How to conduct the Adult class," ami how to really Interest the grown-ups In the Sunifny school work. He gieatly In terested his audience. The convention then iidjouriietl for the noun hour. The iiftenicmn session was conduct cd In the Christian church, and the iiruNe service w:n conducted by Elder 1 1 in rati, or (iralinm. Mr. linker spoke on "Hie rather, the Mother nml the Child," nnd it proved the subject of the convention, lie pointed out clearly what the re lationship should b between these three; the Influence nml environments for the child should constantly be up permoxt In the patents' minds, nnd conveisatlon nnd language used in the Vh'scnce of the child should lie cnte fully guarded. The afternoon session clo.cd by a very interesting talk fiom the asso ciation secretary, John I'. Ijicey, of Oregon, on "How to inteiest the Iniy In the Sunday school work." Tho first thing essential wus to get the right hind of ii teacher, one who understands the boy's imtuie. Ids disposition, his environments, ami aiiove mi, let mo teacher get really Interested In each liov in his class: then thu boy will likely get Interested In the teacher, nnd come legulnrly to the Sunday kcIiooI. It was one of the specially In teresting talks of the meeting. Mr. l-nrey'ji talk closed the afternoon scs- fdon. The evenlnc session of tho first day was held at the M. H. church, nnd was called to order by the vice-president, S. M. Coffmun, of Forest City, and the devotional services were conducted uy W. I,. IliirLV. of Mound City. Ernest T.unsfurd, of Hofyoke. Colo., who is n the county visiting Willi rel ntives and friends, being piesent, wus cnlled nml sang most acceptably "Over the Ton." II, W. Decker, of St. Louis, made a pleasing talk, asking Ids audience to get uwuy from tun old order or tilings to look up and see the sun shine, If tiny person on earin snouni always smile it Is lie who has been truly con verted. We have so much to be tnunk ful for, ami our every net, our coun tenance should prove our appreciation of all those good things. Tho second day's sessions were held In tho Presbyterian church. The morn ing session wax called to order by President Iliggx, and the devotional ervlcex were conducted by Arm. Crl tier, of Maitlund. I'aul II. Vleth, of St. Louis, talked on the gencrul upbuilding of tho Sun' ilav school, nnd ltx influence In char nctcr building, und its great moral help to tho community. Hie afternoon session wax delight' fully and profitably spent in short talks from President Higgs, M. W, Brumbaugh and Arm. Cridcr. These talks were devotfd to "Tho power of l tie tioy in tho nuniiay scnooi. Tho various committees, previously nppolntcd by tho executive committee, mado their annual reports. Tho committee on tima and place for Ho (ling tha next convention icconv mended Forest City und tho early part of September, 1020. Tho commltteec on nominations for officers named tho follow ng: President. W. L. lllggs, Mound City. Vice-president, H. M. Comnan, lor est City. Secretary, John P. Lacey, Oregon, Treasurer, M. W. llrumbaugh, Muit-land. Division Superintendents: Chil dren's. Mrs. W. II. Aglcr. Mound City: Young People, Mrs. Leigh Wilson, Coming; Adult's, Mrs. W, s, 'lliom kon. Craiir: Administration. Mr. V. C, Swarncr, Mound City; Home, Miss Anna Norman, Maltland; Teachers' Training, Mrs. W. E. Stubbs, Mound City. The reports of theso committees were adopted by tho convention. Tho committee on resolutions, which -were read by V. L. Zeller, reported the following, which were heartily adopted, and were aa follows: ' "Your, committee on resolutions would express our sincere apprecia tion of the privilege the Holt County Sunday School convention afford as In coming together as a band of Sun day school workers to consider the various phase of our work in the Master's service. We believe such meetings as this aid grcntly In help ing us to a fuller realization of our solemn responsibility to those who may be looking to us to guide them into the Kingdom of our Lord, Jesus Christ. We, us christians, would be true to our stewardship, nnd arc ever anxious to know the best ami most efficient methods of accomplishing the best Je suits in our noble work. Therefore, we would express our gratitude to our state workers for tho helpful Instruc tions given us, and also to our county officers for their camo.t efforts to make this convention a success. We hcaitily appreciate the curdiul wel come the Maltland people have ex tended to the delegates In opening tneir Homes for entertainment. Wo believe tho town where the county con vention is held is fortunate in having rucn a scnooi or practical instruction in their midst, and it seems that there naturally would bo n rival ly among the towns of the county as to which might have the privilege of having the annual convention. We would recom mend to each delegate to note the points of excellency to which their at' tention lias been culled, und try to apply in their own school these' various leuluie. und be able to report to the next convention the results of their efforts muile towards the 100 per cent maiK. "llcspcctfully submitted, "F. I". DcllOLT, "MILS. W. K. STU1IIIS, "F. I- ZKLLKIt, "Committee." Thus doted one of the most earn est und successful Sunday school con vcntlons In the history of our county Does your stomucli feel bloated nfter eating? Do you have sour ris ings, heartburn, spells of dizziness, and constipated bowels? If so, Prick ly Ash Hitters is the medicine for you. Men who use It find it exuetly suited for such orders. Price $1.25 per bot tle. Hcnnlnger Drug Co., Special Agents. Mrs. W. !. Itltlmrdtnn u'fia u Joseph visitor, Tucsduy. Ho to tho Vnrlety Store for Kali and Winter Goods, now arriving. Cramps! Says Mrs. Frank Hat ler, of Carbondale, III.: "1 was sulfering terrible cramps and pains each month. I had used . . . but It didn't Rive any permanent relief. Tha pains came back on me just the same as before . . . After taking Cardul, I was entirely relieved Irom the pains, and have never been bothered wlUi them since." TAKE Car d-u-i The Woman's Tonic Cardul should help you Ultdld Mrs. Hagler.as It has helped thousands ol other women who sul fered Irom the pains and discomforts Irom which women suffer. Many medical authorities pre scribe the Ingredients ol which Cardul Is com posed lor the female (roubles for which It Is recommended. Why not try It for your trouble? All Drnf gists BBS Allumlnum Kitchen Wnre. em. bracing Ijidles, Egg Lifters, Salt, I'cnncr nnd buirar Shakers. Measuring Cups, Pans nnd other articles, an en tire new lino lutt in. See our window display. Choice 15 cents. TIIK VAIUETY STOHH 0 Movies will bo nn nt the itovnl. Friday and Saturday nights tills week, October :M. nnd Tuesday night of next week, October 7. County School Notes. An Interesting meeting was held In the suiwrlntcndent's office Inst Satur day, when the work In Vitalized Agri culture was discussed by tho tcacnots of the county doing the work in their schools. , Dr. Itichnrdson, president of the Mnrjvllle Teachers College, was in the county last week, making short Visits In several of the schools. The especial object of his coming was to attend the Ulair Community Meeting last Friday night. A very interesting program was presented. Supt. Skcl ton, with his coips of teachers, was present, and his remarks added much to this enjoyment of thu occasion. Mr. Richardson und the superintendent spent the greater part of the after noon in the llluir school. Mr. Itlch ardson commended very highly the duality of the work done In this school. The next Teachers' Meeting will be held in the llluir school house, on Sat urday afternoon Oct. -I, beginning promptly ut 1:30. Teachers or adja cent schools urc expected to attend. All teachers und school patrons of the county are cordlully InviUd to be pies ent. Die program is us follows; Mus e. Prinmry exercise by Hlalr pupils. "The Home llurcau us Connected! with Our Schools," Miss DoVuult, Music. "How Wc Secured Our Play-ground Equipment," llluir pupils. 'County Athletics," .Mr. nose. Music. mm Old 1 f Reliable 7EPHYR FtPUB i excused for the afternoon, having I ecitution In Oeogruphy, .diss hisic .,,,i .., r .1 -. i.nii.i'.v tl.moi.ii I'ark. .'perfect snclllni? lessons. Work in Vitalised Agriculture urn llu! Teachers' Meeting, which was vice to 8 o'clock. First Methodist Church. Usual service next Sunday. Plcn.i nolo change of time for evening sei- vim t,i R nVtnrb. Tim ntialnr U'lll I... Itcsulting Problems," Miss Acton und i.-n held In I'm lies. Sutur- irlad to meet all the mcndicr nnd her pupils. ,a.. (jc ji lieen postponed until friends of tho church ut next Sundu "Hoys' und liiri' Llubs," .Miss l ute. ,mn tmc n November. services. Wo will bo pleased to n- ,?'c ,, Spelling wnnls; parallel, Isthmus, ceivc culler at tho parsonage any af- Address, Supt. Skelton. , peninsula, island continent, metro, tcrnoon beginning with next week. "Work In Vitalize) Agriculture nnd .,n., .iir...,.i ,niii.,in r;...r ..in. ti, u'..,,,.1. i.-.,.in Mi.-i.,n..... iccsuiuiig rrouicms, miss mcvins ami village, town, population, capltul, society will hold It regular montldv her nunlls, Address, Supt. lord. Music. The sunerlntcndent visited the Mon arch school: Miss Gladys Allen Is do ing her best to make a success of tho work here. Tho attendance Is better than It has been for years. In strait, occun, bay gulf, fiord, cut rent, meeting, Friday of next week, Oct. itrenm, range, sea, F.urone North 10. for the election of officer nnd America, Missouri. cither business thV. may come beforo COUNTY SUI'KHIN TKNDLNT. it. II, A. DOUUHTY, Pastor. o- Muvflouer school. Miss Stadler I teaching her second year; her pupil love her dearly, und their work Is a pleasure to them. Mis Alta Ilert ram has charge of the llagby school this year. Most of her pupils had been F.ni!Kellcal Church. Mltmlni tfj-liiml fit 111 n HI Prntirli. "Je ing service ut 8 p. m, Player meeting Thursday evening. 8 o'clock. NickcllV drove Sunday school meets at lOtfO n. in. Preaching service ut 11:30 ii. m. Pmyer meeting Wednes day evening, 8 o'clock. PASTOIi. - OHIRHfsTFR s Pll I S WT v .HIK UIAMUIK HBANU. A I X&lN llnl A.t."'.l.l4. I Till aaikM mM u iIAllUMt MHANlr I'lLLN. ! H(1 K 1 1 IkHL UIML A 1 wt r Bl itSlm SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVIRKWIERE Oregon Tii Hnw n Heal llnnd. I III! foliouinif met In II M M,.r.l. office, on Kcptuiibcr lrdh, iinil have signed the following agreement: ' , '""'islgneil, agree to oin the baud w ilch bus lust i.r. nih- Men oiganlzed, with officers, etc., nml ledge our best support nml atlenil. ance upon nights of weekly piactlce; also to play In public whenever called upon, cxreptliig at such time when It Is Utterly impossible for fiui.1 mill Mitf. ficlcnt reasons for us to be mrsent ..in i ... . . l,'-".ri" imhiiii:! itiiiil illlil luillliy a JIUI ' v Mill tin everything possible In our;prlso Ice cieiini supper and pounif so power to make this baml a permanent iclal, Suluiday niglit. About fiflj and substantial success for Oregon and its vicinity. llnrvev Kvuim. ti. M .ii.ii no, j, , nunismnii, i- !. Kenr iicy. liny lllblmrd, It. K. Ilartrnin, 7.. . iiriene, Setli Curtis. W. T. Walker, Don II. Maitln. Ilalpli C. Moore, W. O. Morris. Kd Krumer, Clato II. Schaffer, j. w. i.nsor, nam acnaiivr, r,. ,, htm. kel, Will L. .Moore, Ja. Iloslock, Her man Scliulte, Clms, Sclmffcr." Ilnrvey Hvnn wns chosen director; I). M. Maitln. secielnrv nnd lrofiini.i', J. W, Huntsinun. business muniiL-er; W. l Wnlker, piesidcnt. W. T. Walk er, II. F. Keuraev and I). M. Martin were appointed to draft by-law. The iiame of the band has not liecn decided upon yet, but the namo "Ore gon llusliiess Men's Hand," has been suggested, und we think It a good one. The object for which this bund is formed I that It shall be u business men's bund, nnd tho name Oregon shall be most piominent. It Is being organized along busines lines, nnd they uiu determined to havo a band that will not only demand tho respect, but will command the respect from thu community, Dl.tunce Not Thought Of. Only iccently Attorney A. M. Tib bels huil some business In the Noda way county probata court. Ho went out to his garage, supplied his cur with the necessaries, turned the crank, and nwuy ho went. He left nome shortly nfter breakrast and ar rived safely at Maryvllle, u distance of thirty-five miles. Ho transacted his business, und returned homo in time to en lav his dinner wild Mrs Tlbbels. Only last week Kcv. C. K. Hund, who has hail tho M. K. church churmi nt this place, wns transferred to tho usoorne, ueivalb county, charge. Ha moved his effects by uuto truck to his new charge, a dlstunco of some forty miles. Newt. Planalp, who owns n truck, last week took a load of hogs to the St. Joseph market for ltobert Knenln. making tho round trip easily in twelvo nours. no did tno same thing a week previous for himself, nml ho tell i when he got there that thcro were fully Bcvcnty-fivo loaded trucks with hogs there, waiting their tum to bo unloaded, llo tells us so great has been tho expansion In this means of transportation that tho stock vinl company has been compelled to in crcaso their unloading platform space. ao ureal nas mis uus mess iiecomn that it I only a iiuestlon of timo that the short haul or fifty miles to tho grc.it stock centers will nructlcallv b obliterated. The passenger auto Is also serlouslv affecting tho passenger traffic of tho greut railway systems. Thousands uro now seeing tho great West by autos, and it Is only a nleaBant nutlnc for the "folks" to hop Into their car una arive to si. Joseph, Kansas city or Omaha. It Is not far off when many will take the air route to these rdaces. and enjoy tho trip at CO to 80 miles per hour. Did you ever think what n wonder. ful age. we are living In? Distance Is a mym. o W. C, Proud, ii. D.. Ejrt, Ear, Throat and Nose Specialist. Office. Physicians and Surgeons' Bunding, 7th and Francis St. St, Joseph, Mo, Forlescue HaDiienlnus, Clin. Williams was u St, Joseph passenger, Thursday. .Mis Zeplui Iclen left Filday for iioumer. mio., wnere sue win attend school (Ids winter. Joe Stroud, of Welch, Oklu.; Mr. and Mrs. Oren Hoys, Mr, ami .Mrs. Allle Hays, Don Hays und (irandpu St loud Wsilcil with Mr. and Mrs. Km. ery Hays, Friday. Thu people In and around town gavo llrotlier Olnn and family fifty guest were present to do Justice to inc ice cream umi cuke, Cluud McDowell cumo up from Kansas City, ami spent Saturday uad Sunday witti hi iarent, Mr. and Mrs. Win. McDowell, nnd other relatives. There weio III in attendance nt latklo Chapel Sumluy school und tho collection wus (2A'i. .Mr. und Mis. Abe Harris and family, of Mound City, Mr, and Mrs. Clyde, McDowell and lumlly und Claud McDowell spent Sumluy with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. McDowell. Mr. und Mrs. Chas. Cotton weie St. Joseph pussvngcr, Monday. Ml Cotton went down to sec tho specialist Dr. Will Minton, about his eyes. Mr. und Mrs. Win. Dickie nnd family moved from Mound City Into thu house recently vacated by Wultei llradbury, on tho Dr. Will Minton farm, Just cu.t of town. .Mr. lllckle will work for Mr. John Whipple the coming yeur. Mr. und Mr. Win. Struble, from Chester. Neb., uro hen vislttm- il,,ir uuugiuer, i in. rreti w nipple. Mr. und Mr. Henry lloyd aro go Ing to locate In Fulls City, Neb. They huvo bought property there, und will make that their future home. Mr. und ur. noyu uro unions our h lit h v eltecincd vounir neonle. Mm. Itov.l h... Ing one of our successful teachers in our school for two years. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. John West, u son, Friday. September 'JOtli. Vernon Stuart went to at. J Saturday, und returned Monday. He sura noes u lot or shopping in St, Joseph. sus City, und spent Sunday with his iiiumcr, in ra. ounic urwrcK, .u i3 uiiio winiams mix been vis ' K .'.nF-.P08' wctk wlth ''er brother, Kojj Williams und fumlly, of Itulo, A. Duko is nrenarlnir tn build a new modern dwelling houbo hero on ino property no bouglit of Geo. Hcur ing. Judd Uunker shipped a car load of cuttle to St. Joseph, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Howurd nnd duughtcr cume homo Tburmlnv (m u trip to Denver, Pueblo, und Colorado oiiriiies. incy report n rino trip. OUSKItVKU. Mayflower Items. There will bo n ioy Rlinntr nml plo social at the Mayflower school house, Suturday night, Oct. 4. A short program will bo given. Miss Kathcrlne Norris, who is teaching tho fourth und fifth grades of tho Corning school, came home Friday evening. Sho returned to Corn, ing Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Weaver and daugh ter, Mildred, visited ut Hugh Ilrohan's, Sunday. . 'f.n0. box supper at White was well attended by tho young people of May flower. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jcsso Cordrcy and Ina Mclntyre visited with John Uahler and family. Sunday. ..The birthday party In honor of Silts Hcrtlia Oppenlandcr was well at tended. Mrs. Jesse Mclntyre, Lura Taylor, and Mildred Weaver visited at Harry Hughes,' Monday of this week. Remember the box supper and plo social at Mayflower, Saturday night, Oct, 4. X.X. T5I6EL0W HEWS DOTS AND DASHES, BY KUIIK. Mr. W. M. Kill was shopping in St. Joicpli, one day tho first of tho WVCK. tluy Jones nttended n big thor oughhicd rattle sale nt Shcildan, Mo., the Tirst of the week. Mrs. J. C. Hinkle und Mis Flor ence Stuurt were Craig visitors, lutt Monday. W. F. Iluln wax hero scevrnl day. the first of the week, from Council llluffs, Iowa, visiting with Ml. Iluin, A good rain visited this vicinity last Saturday night. Almost all of tho fanner were ready to begin sow ing wheat tho first of the week, uml tho rain has made the ground too wet for sowing for u few day. K. K. Moore was n business vis itor in St. Joseph, tho flint of the week. Ml Kdnu Jones I n patient In the Christian hospital, In Kansas City, liking treatment lor ner buck, which .vus badly injured some time ugo. by VI ng puwed by n horse. Miss Kilna ha a host of friend here who are wutchlng her cusc with interest nnd they trust sho will fully recover. Clubc Smith und daughter, Miss u-fia, were rorest City passenger lust Monday morning. Oilman Waldcn was In St. Joseph, several day, tho first of the week, visiting with ids son, William and fam ily. Mr. anil Mrs. C. S. McKco nnd family wero pleasantly surprised, last Wednesday evening, when n largo number of friends gathered at tho ICed Cross room with well-f lied has kcts. Mr. and Mr. McKce, who left recently for Forest City, have a laigo number of staunch friends, and this was one of the ways In showing their regret. Kvcry ono received his just share of fried chicken, potato salad, fruits, jellies and cake, besides all of tne other good things which had been provided by tho unselfish housewives. The lull in tho activities after supper was merely a recess lor iunncr fun. Old and young aliko threw themselves Into tho gumcs of tho evening, A great many of our common folk games were played until most of the guests were worn out by "three deep," "going to Jericho," or by "going up the nlr plnnc." Then came tho (lulct leave taking, which ended In "God He With You Till Wo Meet Again," Mrs. T. J. Uridgmon is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Catron und daughter, Mrs. Dodson and Mrs. Frank Cooper, of Craig, returned homo the latter part of last week from their trip out through Denver. Salt Iikc City and Yellowstone Park. Joo says they had a nlco trip and a good time. Crops are not very good in Idaho on account of tho dry weather. J. C. Hinkle, John Dodson nnd Holly Carlton left last Sunday noon for Scdalla, Mo., to attend a state convention of members of the Wood men of tho World to protest against tho Head Camp raising the rates of their members. These Sovereigns represent Digclow Camp, No. 35, and will no doubt como homo chuck full of facts which will be of interest to ovcry member of tho camp. They expect to make their report at a regular meet ing of the camp, next Saturday eve ning, and a good crowd Is expected to attend to hear the report. The meet ing was called by the Missouri mem. bera and was held In Scdalla, Monday. .p-raini. c. j, runaway is nere this week, from Watbena, Kansas, visiting Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Conaway, John Coughlln is building a new hay barn. 40x100, on the site of thu one which burned several weeks ago. Newt MulIIs and Charley Worley are doing the carpenter work and havo thu frame utmost compelled. The building will bu covered with corru gated Iran und when completed will hold about -lOO ton of hay. Mr. ami .Mr. Luther Adams and family, who wero enrnute from their home, neur Savannah, to Council llluffs, Iowa, In their car for an ex tended visit with relative ami friends, stoppctl here for u short visit tho latter part of last week, Mrs. J. I. Chunlng, with the help of the neighbor ladles, canned two barrels and n largo box of fruit re cently, ami onu duy Inst week, shipped the fruit to the Christian Home Or phanage in Council llluffs. John Men has a foico of men nt hi placo this week, Instulllug n new 110-volt Dclco lighting system In plncu of the Ilii-volt plant he has lieen using for soino time. At tho time .Mr. Men bought the plant ho was unable to se cure the 110 plant. This new plunt Will give Mr. Men U much better nlunt which he can use for power around week, and shipped them to St. Joseph, to be placed in cold storage. Mis. J. W. Oniohundro and son, Claude, who havo been visiting with relatives in Aberdeen. S. I)., for oral week, returned home tho luttcr pari ui iuni week. Our city trcusurcr, V. A. Solleder, says you may pay your taxes at uny time now. 'Iho tax books havo been completed and turned over to tho treus urcr for collection, and our town needs money to pay for electric lights, be sides there nro a number of holes in our streets which should bo filled up before winter sets In. I'nv v-mi i ,..! folks, our town board hus to pay for r v "avo none, unu nils is everybody's business. Miss .Marlon Sheriff Is in Kansas cyi .this week, visiting with relatives aim inemis. Mode Morse, of Mound City, un loaned a carload of mule which ho had shipped up from St. Joseph, last Saturday. r.iT.T.hlrtyAone. "ho'ars nttended tho Christian: Sunday school, last Sunday morning, nnd tho collection was $1.41. Felix Gambrcl Is in Eureka, Kun bus, looking after a largo farm he owns near that place, und where ho expects to mnko arrangements for the uniug oi juu acres or wheat. o Iturr flstf Mrs. Kate Grlmslcy left here last .ou.miuj iu visii ner son In Okla IHiOSHVF.l.T MEMOltlAL. Meeting of Missouri County Chnlrnieu at Kansas City Last Thursday Launches Movement. Three day lifter tho death of Theo dore lioosevelt, Jan, C, 1010, n meet ing was hclil In Chicago, at which lime u movement was Malted for se curing a fitting nutlnnnl memorial for the ex-presldent. Col. Win. Iloyco Thompson wu nppolntcd national chairman, uml men und women, friends und close associates of Theo dore Itooscvelt, were selected to net as the Itooscvelt Memorial National Committee. On March 'Jlth n chair man wa named for each state, nnd these appointed chairmen for each congressional district nnd county. The chairman for Missouri I A. M. Hyde, of Trenton: of tho Fourth dis trict, Col. J. I). McNccley, of St. Jo seph nnd W. Cal Pleice, of Maryvllle; of Holt county, Howard W. Mills, of Mound City. NON-PAHTISAN MOVEMENT. The Intent of tho Itooscvelt Memor ial movement Is to perpetuate tho high type of Americanism for which Mr. Hoosevelt always stood, nnd tho dm i.niiui un.i f ... ..7. ii . . . . 1 n" oiuciai uccompiisnmcnis oi nm tlmlm Itooscvelt wa n lM.t ' 1 " 'mvinB bclUr man wh0 admired by both friend I nml fiwi fur Ida llnfllni-tiln, hnmnlnn. Cnes Hits, of I'ortescue. Inmle.l .ut r ...i... ,.. . ' ', ' .""" L, , nut in,. .1. i,. I. ..f r i .I""!' 1,1 o cunsiiicreii was r gnv l. tt" r.ar. ul ni'P'w 'e. M ami for the best Interest of Til countrymen. Governor Allen In Ida nddres paid u high trlbuto to Col. Itooscvelt a a man, saying in bin thousands of mile of travel in Mr. Itooscvelt' company ns n newspaper man, he had never heard Mr. Itoosc velt tell n vulgar story nor speak dis respectfully of n woman. Ills homo life, he said, was ideal. There wu always tho feeling of good fellowship between Mr. Itooscvelt and each member of the family. They were all chum. So it Is to perpetuate these flno principles of tho deceased cx-presldent that this fund of fivo millions is to be raised in the United States. A permanent memorial is to bo erected at Washington, D. C. Tho old homo at Oyster Kay is to bo purchased and preserved as n national keep-sake; and tho principles of Americanism aro to bo preached throughout the country. HOLT'S QUOTA $090. This campaign to ralso funds for tho Itooscvelt Memorial is to bo different from other "drives," in that every gift I to bo a free-will offering. No person Is to bo asked to give u certain amount, nor Is ho to bo "asses sed." In fact, no gift is desired from a person who does not cheerfully wish to add his portion, small though It may bo, to perpetuate tho patriotic principles for which Mr. Itooscvelt stood. An organization will be effected, and during the week of October 20 to 27, teams of solicitors will glvo every ono on opportunity to donate to this fund. The amount apportioned to Holt county is $990, and every cent contrib uted will go into the Memorial fund, none of it will be used for expense of conducting the campaign. County chairman Mills has mado tho following appointments ot assistant for tho county: Manager of publicity, Lieut. C. E. Munn, Mound City. Clialrman of speakers' committee, Hon. S. F. O'Fallon, Oregon. County treasurer, D. V. Smith, Mound City. In next week's Issue wULbe nub fished tho names nf tnwnrfifn chair men, and other data concerning tho campaign. Attention, Comrades.; Meyer Post, Q. A. R., will, meet at its headauarters Saturdav.'Octobcr 25, 1010, at 2 p. m. , UANlfcL.' ZAlillMAIV, D. P. DOBYNS, Commander. Adjutant. . i Ernest Lunsfnrd nml ,, , VI 1IU1- junv, uiu., were visiting with S. W. and J, L. Anno and families here, last week. II. A. Howie rnfllmA,! 1,.. St. Louis. Inst been visiting his sister, Mrs. Herman xvvositi . '"y shipped a cur load of hogi to bt. Josenh. one dav Inat .i.r'fFstcr. M"!1' w"s on tho JSc ' ,rsl 01 lno week. There Wa n rhnrlvn.! .4 1L- T K Blovins home, last Wednesday night Noiand. ' -Harry Wiseman, of Peetz, Colo., who recently returned from a yeart service over-seas, was visiting friends In Holt county last week. MIm Ituth Watklns spent Satur- Craig. w,la ner IW,ti Mrs. Emil Llppoold was visiting friends in St. Jn.nh i o. ... - sou EGO. . - ! - ' .1.1.1' ' I ..... . S. ' J Vjt i , ' .. t. ....... - . ...tw ..tAo. . ...tUM&ayteAtea HBWHSMS