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BIQ TRACTOR DEMONSTRATION
AND
OFFICIAL PLOWING CONTEST
To be held on the Bigelow Foad, near Mound City, Mo.,
Friday and Saturday, October 17 and 18, I9I9
Under Auspices of Holt County Farm Bureau
OFFICIAL CONTEST, FRIDAY, OCT. 17
The official plowing contest will be held from 1 p. m. to 4 p. m., Friday, Oct. 17. A committee of two will keep tab on the fuel, time, etc.,
required by each tractor outfit to plow a given area of land.
Unofficial Demonstrations will be given all day Saturday, October 18, by the various exhibitors
TRACTORS ENTERED UP TO DATE
I. H. C. CASE WALLIS WATERLOO BOY
PARRETT FORDSON CLEVELAND ADVANCE-RUMLEY
Others are expected to enter
FARM MACHINERY EXHIBIT
Other modern farm machinery and trucks will be ex
hibited on the grounds by various concerns.
This will be the biggest demonstration of the kind ever held in Northwest
Missouri. Every progressive farmer in this section of the State should avail
himself of this opportunity to see the various standard tractors show what they
cun do under practical conditions. For further information, write
W. C. SWARNER, County Agent, Mound City, Mo.
Had breath I a ymptom of a dl- -ordered
tornaeh, ami urate (ligation.
The remedy for It i I'rickly Ah Hit
ter; the medicine for men. It pur
the tomach anil bowel of ferment'-d ,
food ami Impuntic. puriflr the1
breath, clear the complexion of iul-i
lowne anil make yoj feel fin-. I'rlce
91.25 per bottle. HcnninKr Drui: Co..
Special Aircnt.
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Attention, Comrade.
Meyer l'ot, 0. A. It., will meet nt
1U hrudquarw Saturday. October
li5, IWJ, at 2 p. m.
OANIKL, 7.AC1IMAN.
1). I'. DOHYNS, Commander.
Adjutant.
I'or Sale. !
Mv rciidence property, conilitlnc of
one lot w-lth icven roomed house; good
bam and plenty of fruit. i
J. J. f.UKENS. I
I'nrtrKur Happming.
Kre.l IthttU wa u St. Jocph pa
im,T. Friday.
llaiol Carter pnt Satunlay and
Sunday at the Will Twjmun home.
Mr. S. I. Hunker, from Mound
City. the week-end with her
on, Tom llunki-r an-t famdv.
Cha. William wai a St. Joseph
paonirer. I'rulay.
Mr. and Mr. Tom Hunker, Mr.
nnd Mr-. 'reil Hinder ami children anil
HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL
OREGON. MUSOlUl.
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I Wltr Nfppr Dttotrl to It Isurwu
f U Umx Covukj la lb UsIod.
emen' t.denalk. Sunday, and icncw
ic acquaintance.
Chn, Itundlc, from Crate, I bar- chard thin week.
icllini; apple In the J. C, lllnklo m
OHSF.RVF.I!.
TEPJIS: 12.00 PEK VEAK.
Wstcli Ik 4u fllvlc rr is t
vsla ! wr. H Kllj ikt 4u u
$5
Priday, October 10. 19 1 9.
OREGON LYCEUM COURSE
THE FIGHTING AMERICANS MALE QUARTET.
l Im .ru' of i he wry cnJoable tea
lure of the program.
Their sow; covtr u wide variety
and beside the foiie of trench and
camp, their selection Kill alio be on
the eternally Interesting theme of
love and peace
The boy will render the first halt
hour of their rmKruni m their tr.
vico uniform tnappy, Jazzy fonci of
the camp and the march, like "I MM
to Get l'p In the Morning"; the rally
songs and love ballad of the dough
boy all with the typical doughboy
spirit.
I'or the main part of their program
they appear In evening dresa as a
straight male quartet giving such an
entertainment as only mala voices of
perfect blend and harmony can give.
Passing from cum of classical and
operatic mulc they render In their
Inimitable manner the latett popular
aire, Then for variety come comic
reading, monologue, and specialties
by various member of the Company.
The L)ceum management present
thl company with treat confUonce
because eacP of Ilia members of the
company lies bad lutenilvo eipeilence
In platform .vorlc before entering tho
service and there viould be no doubt
of the success of the attraction a an
ordinary civilian quartet. With their
unique experience as a background
and the timely song of trench and
camp as an Interesting part of their
program, this quartet Is bound to bo
one of the features of the Lyceum
Course thl season,
CANS QUARTET
Few people realize the part that mu
lc baa had In the winning of the war
That nivcr slve-ln spirit called morale
l large!) i product of tho cherful
r.(a due to the song of the ineu on
the march and In camp, An J wo
have all beard tbe.e song ung but
most of u only at iccond band
Tht Fighting Americans, composed
of four young men from the A, E. K
will render a program on the local
Lyceum Course that will completely
aatlsfy the longing of the home folk
to hear at tint hand the songs of the
boy In khaki.
great World War In music. And the
ongs they will sine will show u that
not all of the war was tragedy. Much
if It wa fun and good fellowship
and bo In their program theae soldier
lad will enow us the combination of
fun, thrills and tragedy which 1 mod
ern war. They will portray In song
and pantomime the many sides of tho
life that has made men out of weak
lings and heroes out of cowards.
Ilesldes the quartet numbem there
are excellent solos and duets. Each
member of the company Is capable of
sustaining bis own part In solo work
most creditably and these numbers
At the Methodist Church, Oregon, Mo.
Friday Night, Oct. 17, 1919
Season : Ticket . Adult', $1.50; Child', 75c; plus
in I if .i.i
Mr. S. I. Hunker drove over to Kail
City. Thursday, to visit with Mr.
Hunker's daughter. Mr. A. 1.. (!rif
fen and family.
Mr. and Mr. Henry Hoyd went to
Fall City, Monda evening
Angclo Wake is on the lck lot
thl week.
Hoy Hill, Vernon Stuart, Clay
Mom nnd Will Morris ueiu St. Jo
seph Mifreniter. Saturday.
Mr. und Mr. Iia Twyman and1
fnmdi pent Sunday at the Will Twy-j
man home. I
Mr. and Mr. It. F. Poynter urci
uwtty on their vacation, vlsitinc To-
peka and other town in Kana, and!
they will aIo vllt .Mr. l'oynter par-
ert li the southern part of this Mate. I
;ir. .Mary freeman l visiting i
I cr ilauk'hter. Mr. Tho. Hunker, this
week.
-Dr. nnd Mr. Cox were Kansas
City puent?er. Sunday. ,
May Smith is on tho tick In thl
i ceie,
-(Vila Smith ient Sunday with
her nter, Mr. Ja. Wuldcn, ot llipe
low. Hoy Hill and Jim Williams went
to Mound City, Monday evening. Hoy
i having ome dental work done by
Dr. Smith.
Mr. umi Mr. John Shcnhrid and
un, Gordon, and Mr. und Mr. I'cte
Catron and son jent Sunday after
noon ut the wil iwyman home.
Mr and Mr. Tho. Hunker und
children, Mr. and Mr. Kiul Hinder
und children and Mr. Jul u Minton
tpent Sundnv with Mr. S, I. Hunker,
in .Mouml lity.
Cha. Wiiilam and Hert Stuart
were In Mound City, Monday, on bul-r.vi.
- H. M. Henflv left Wednesday for
Colorado and lexa, where he will
buy tomo land, If the country uiU
him. .
Mr. Mclntyrc, from (Irani! Itiver,
Iowa, was in Kortexuo, Tuewlny, on
his way to Full City to visit his
daughter.
Mr. II. K. Shepherd visited rela
tive und friend in Mound Citv last
week.
Mr. Hutlcr left Monday for her
home In St. Joseph, after a week's
lit with her daughter, Mrs, John
Weil.
John Whipple has bought a new
Ford car.
Jim William I home for a short
stay with relative. He has been out
Went with un elevator gang for the
past three or four month,
There were 6 In attendance nt
Tnrklo Chapel Sunday school, and the
collection wa $2.35.
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Hoyd spent Sun
day nt the Mr. Mollle Whfpnla home.
Mis Edith Stuart and Mies Flor
ence Portlcr came up from St. Joseph,
and spent several day with Edith's
m.rents, Mr. and Mr. Hert Stuart.
They will leave soon for the West.
Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Hays and Mr.
and Mrs. Emery Hays spent Sunday
at tho Cha. Taylor home.
Mr. and Mrs. Will McDowell nnd
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Morris and fam
ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Morris, of Mound City.
Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Hinkle and fam
ily spent Sunday evening with her
mother, Mrs. Will Alkire.
Ralph Whlpplo came 'home to
pend Saturday and Sunday. He la
attending school in Hound City.
W. B, Stuart is barrelling apples
la ItM'KMtr Kwiry orchard.
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Tuesday, October 14, '19
OREGON, MISSOURI
25 Boars
20 Gilts
The greater pari sired by Big Sensation, weight 1204, the world's largest hog
Remember the place and date - Oregon, Mo., Tuesday, October 14. 1919
Beginning at 1:30 o'clock
A. J. Erhart & Sons

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