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.', i THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, May 27, 1921. 6) ion trrantr briifirc. Jla 4, IMS Arthur ItMr. U.74S ft. native lumbar,... .... Mar II, If it -lonard Horror, worV Forest C.tr road.. r Fmi Carter, work Forwt Cltr roa W. r. Markt. work Foreit Cllr roa4 t. , Walter Douelaa, work Fomt Cllr road, J. M. niaehler. work Foreit Cllr road. .... A, C. Elder, work Fsml Cllr roaI O..W, Anno, work Fomt Cllr road V. Itoprtr. work Fomt Cllr n.iA II. r. Leath. work Fomt Cltr road Tom tftjce, work Fomt Cltr read Ah. 2, IRo-C II. Q. It. n frtlc ht tar aand A(. . 1120 1loneer Sand Co., car aand St. Joaeph Strct. Steel Co., ehanmti Newell A Rtewart, cruihed rock C, fl. A Q. R, n frelahl car of rock Atie. it, l:o Frank Slpee, work reret road Tib Oarntr, work Peret road,... Geo. 81pee, work Parti road Tib Garner, work Forwt Cltr-WMte Cloud rd. Mart Cunmlnei, work Fomt C.Whlte Cd rd. Coo, Stpea, work Fomt C'r.Whlte Cloud ri. . '' Frank Slpee, work Fomt C White Cd. rd.... ' Albert Knlmer. work Fomt Cltr-WMte Cd. rd. Preea Carter, work Fomt CWMU Cd. rd... Ror W, steward, M. work, malarial and repelra. Pollock culvert,... BftU I, 120 Sim Cain, work on t, I O. F. All W. M.Troiet hauling Ram Cain, work Troxel fill.,. Clifford Orr, work Trot.l fill Hiram J, nun. work Troi.l fill Hen nunrh, work Treiel fill Sett. , 1130 Rar tlrownlna, work Troial fill Ralph Cain, work Trovel fill Omar Yandall. work Troaal All F. K. Allan A Son. hardwart and nalli 0. W. Rhoada, fir lumbar Oet. 4 lJft r. II. llaWer. retailMIn Merer hrldar . Don K. Smith, haullnc mck Troael All Jafob Wehrll.'raih paid Nor. l.HIO-Mlner A Fraaa l.br. Co, lumbar Ulnar A Fraaa Lhr, Co.. pllln Miner A Fraaa IAr, Co, fement Dat, I, Corpieite. Culvert Co, metal culvert for Trmel culvert Cnrniaatr. Culvert Cn maial rulirrt C II. q. It. It. Co.. fralaht on mck A tubal W. r RlthaMnn A Hon. 10 aarka cement Mlnar A Frrra, piling, Mlnar A Fraaa, fir lumbar. Nawall A Stewart, cruihed Mck I., J, O, Millar, lumbar for r-palre. eo. Ilnehd. Earl tiunValbarcar, hautln an! work on eulverti Dec. 7, mt-C. C. Lawrrnre. All over rultart Dc. 80, 1920 Fd. Itoatock, balanca hrMae work T, tlurger. work Wall brldaa Jan. 80, II3I-W. II. Alklra. Coll.. Il and l21 tai, Hlah. . , land Dralnaaa PUIrlct Fab. 7. lJl Wood A Rankin, nalla, Kodawar hrldra T. II. ttalier. hautlna; lumbar and rebuilding Iltrmaurlra hrldaa T. II. Ilalwr. road work at Smllh Tlaca . . I. II, Italaar, rebuilding llutalt Mr. and All.. Hnbart Rar. hauling lumlier, Anon brldaa. . . . O. W. Rhoed. bridge malarial Waa Merer,. -oV piling aUrth 7. lNAlvln Grclner. Iumlr ATrll 4. IIII-Marlon Ilron. work rahulld'a; Fomt Cllr 1-1. Will ffaaman. lalior on Fomt Cltr brldaa Dob llrndrlrka. labor on Fomt Cltr brldaa. . C II. Carlar. lalmr on Fomt Cltr bride a. . . . Arthur Rl.br. Ialir on Fomt Cllr hrldra.... (!. Nauman, work Jaka Nauman brldaa All... April . 111 J. It. Nauman, labor and hauling Jaka Nauman brldaa !avld Nauman, labor Jaka Nauman hrldra. . . Caapar Nauman, labor Jaka Ntuman brldnt. . Farl Judr. tabor Jaka Nauman brldaa John Taul Nauman. haul' Jaka Nauman hnr. Arrll J. I2I-C n. Q. It. R. CoM Mound Cltr. fralrht rar Ar lumbar Intamt on warrantl Itauad and paid 41.50 !.! 11.00 (.00 20.11 (.00 SI. 00 17.00 11.00 I (.00 11.00 11.00 ai. lt.Bt 10.lt 272.01 1M 42.00 .00 90.00 11.00 21.00 24.00 10.00 la.KO tl.OO 214.3 41.00 11.S0 m.ii 91.00 21.71 41.00 44.00 11.00 it. II 17.(1 1,419.74 131.00 21.41 20.no 1.241.14 715.14 t J.I J 41.10 1,111.70 HI. 14 40.no 7t3.ll 1,213.11 114.11 11.20 1.00 20.00 ".10 11.00 l.ll.J 1.40 312.71 14.50 3)7.12 43.00 114.14 13.00 133.21 tl.OO 21.00 22.00 22.04 14.40 27.00 41.00 .00 12.00 (.00 12.00 l(0.0( 2I.0? Mar I. l:i Total .. balanca. . . Total .lie.104.tl . I.4IS.00 SUMMARY .PERMANENT .101 NTV .AND .TOWNKIIIP HCIIOnL . - . fk.nil nil. 1 1. A II KMMMI alAV I, nil. Intara.t Nama nf Fund unpaid Mar I, ift?i Principal iwamp land fund. .II.Cl.ll Flnaa and forfaltum fun,!. Twi tl, ll, 17 Twp. tl. Rar. 37 Twp, (0, R. 37 Twp. (, H. 17 Twp, (2, Iti. 17 Twp. (1, liar, 17 Twp, l, Itar. 14 Twp, (0, R. 11 Twp. (I, Ha. 1 j, Twp. (2, ll. 91 Twp.' II, Itar. li -Twp. 10, Ha-. 19 r Twp. (I, Rg. It Twp, 12, Rr. 11 Twp, (1, Hg, 19 Twp. tO, Rr. (0 Twp. It, Rr, 40 Twp. 12, Rr, 40 Twp, II, Rr. 40 Twp. II, nr. 41 Ralanca Amount Total unloanail loannl amount prln. Mar I, Mar I, rlpal fund. 1 021 1931 Mar 1, 1931 IMI1.02 I 71.913.01 I 77.IS7.01 1, 345.07 120.11 3.:9J.4: 39.111.31 100.00 1 00.00 71.41 1.112.14 1,132.31 .! 917.91 117.91 110.00 I1I.1S 741.11 111.11 111.(9 (9.91 111.71 111.71 747.31 747.31 37.44 1,3(1.17 1.3(1.97 71.il lll.lt 999.31 llt.CO 197.(1 712.41 11.11 31.04 1,014.11 1.014.11 .91 IIT.0I 111.00 I.lll.OO 1,111.00 tO.OO lll.l t. 009.1 IS.tl 3.701.11 1,704.(1 34.49 300.00 131.11 3.21 100.77 101.00 41.12 101.00 101.00 39.70 147.34 1(7.11 3.(1 410.00 493,43 Total .13.411.94 11,177.31 I11UII1.Q4 1111.330.31 SUMMARY PRINCIPAL PERMANENT SCIIOOL, FUNDS. Mar I, 1(10, at Balanca unloanod I 1,311.4 To toana In forca,, ., 131,311.04 To Incraaaa from Anaa and panaltlai, ,. (11.00 To Inlraaae from aala iwamp land, 10,79 Total 4I15.J20.2S Mar I. 1921, br loam In forca 1111,(41.04 Mar I. 1121. br balanca unloanad 3,(77.21 Total I12t.l20.2l Nama of Fund haanrd Faada Other Than 4choaU Intarait Balanca Amount Total unloanad Marl, 1(21 I 9.29 loanad amount prlh. Mar I, rlpal fund. 1921 Mar 1, 1911 I2.7K.I0 12,719.79 141.09 141.09 171.91 IST9.25 I1.2I9.S1 1J.17M4 Samraarr Laanad Fanda Other Than Schaal. Mar I, 1920. to balanca I7. To Loam In forta 3.399it9 onoald Mar i. 1931 Intamat Improvamant Fund Road and Canal Fund 111.99 Fomt Cltr Lavea Fund Total I 34.90 675.94 Total , , j(a,t9 m Mar I, 1931, br loana In forca 3,31919 Or balanca unloanad. 179.31 TUI 1 J.J7M4 MONEY FOR fll TrORT OF PfDLIC SIIOOLS. S ' . lnm "' "" ,1,r,or tha lait Aacal rear I 31,931.43 . '! . rom lolemt 0B parmanant achool fundi loanad... 1.901.01 Iteeelrad from Intamt on parmanant townihlp achool fundi loanad , ( t- 711 It Recelred from dlratl laaaa larlcd br dlitrlctl and tuition.... I27.2l!7( Race ad from railroad, talaphona and telarraph ta lt.4J7.ll JJacalrH from Farmer! Rank, Intaraat on achool fundi 247 00 Racelrad from People! nank, Intamt on achool fundi 214.31 Receive.' fnm Zook .A lloacker llkr. Co Intemt rn achool fundi m Total for achool purroie, . . ....1170,711.09 INTEREST FU.V f)OF HrilOOL niSTRICTrl. Recelred from laiea leM br School Dlitrlcta to par principal and Intamt on Honda l.ta,l to t.lt whMl hmiu. eio iaa a Number of School Children enumerated for rear 1930 .'. 3,174 irrnM.rrT:ri Tien Total amount of Countr Taaai for all purroie'i on land dilln queni mi tait returna,! ...11004920 Total amount of Countr Taaei for all purpoiei on tha Par. ' aonal delinquent Hit lait returned 1,474 "I Total amount of Countr Taiea for all purpoiei on tha land back Taa Honk , 3 14091 Tolal amount recaonal delinquent laiei dua tha Countr for ' ' all purnoaai on penonal delinquent IMi lait returned. mora than one rear g 40 24 Tolal uncollected laiea. . ..I2l.ll4.lt Tn,,!,5''lr,''r " 31I.4M 1 averara value per arra. ,1.,, 1 valuation,. , .120144 110 00 Total number town Iota. .O00 a.eraae value, 1104.10 1 total valuation 3.034,970.00 Total Real Citala Valuation. ..122.(73.919.0 ., , . . PERSONAL PROPERTY. Number of horjei, I.4IJ, a.eraje value. 111.91 total value. I 311.310.00 NumUr of mulei. 3.121 1 averaca value, tll.tl i total value KO.OOO.OO Number iwi and Jennet, 39i averara value. H37.93i I2.I03 averara value, 111,71 total 1.710.00 Number neat rattle, V.tu. Number aheep. S.SOii avaran value,' ii'.ii'i'totar VaVua." Number hora. It.llli averara value, tit.lli im.l ..t. Moner. note. Ivndl. mnrlaaam an.l otha Hl.l.r... .1 .i.i.. i . Cvrrnrata rompanlei, bank atoc,, aurplua, ne 'lt'7lo'oo All other penonal propertr 1(0,110 04 (13.9(0.00 ll.4t0.oo IM.410.00 Tolal Valuation naraoaal h.timi4w .a. a Tlal Aiaeiiment of Real K.tate for 1921. ,..!!!!!!li!ll.'i22!t73!9to!oa Tola Aiieaiment 1'anr.nal Propertr for 1921 1.(01.900.04 Tital Aiu.im.nl C lr.Mk.,1. a .1 , i,., ........ - . ... . .... ... i.nii,. ptti.., ir. V AVe.BilMH Total Aimiment f Itallmad. Tela. A Tel. Companli, 1920 I,I3(,I7(,2( Grand Tolal Aiariae.1 Valuation of Count., I27,)4, 1)1.34 Tha ai.eliment of nmMri. t . I.. ..I ,IMn .... .. under lour rontrul tha Ant dav nt T.m. ...k ti.. ........... all prortr. racept merrhanta. la mad the rear pmloua to tha rol. action i.f laaai. Tha aiwiiment made June I. 1921, will I for laiea In b raid tha Fall of 1921. T.i.. . A,.,... I.. ...u ... delinquent January Ant followlnr. I. D .11. Kunkel. do berebv raHlfa lha rnraolp fn . i... ...... rrenl of lha ivreliti and eapendlturra nf Holt Countr, Mlimurl, for tha Awal year andlnr Mar lit. 1121, alio a etatrmenl of the loana In forre, balance In trraiunr, atr. Alao other permanent loanlnr funde. al.i amount of the bark tnaa and delinquent U uncollected. me auiva n true ani correct of aacu and all the funde deilnatel ai fully aa ihnwn br tha record! In tha Countr Cterk'e ofAce. levpecuuiir auomilleu, lull Iml Oar ot Mar. 1931. r. II. KfTNtfPf. STATE OF MISSOURI, Countr of HolUieel ' ' in rormomr detaiie.1 atatement aa required br Section 95(1, Revived Statute! of Mliaouri. 1919. la eiamlned and annrovad be order of tha Countr Court, thli 3rd ilar of Mar 1921. WED LAWII&NCE. Praildlnar Judaa. STATE OF MISSOURI. Countr of Holt, an I, uantei u. Kunkel, uem oi the countr court witnin and for lha Countr and Stat aforaaald. hirakr certify tha foregoing to b a true copr oi tna record. , V. D, KUNkEU i Countr Clark. a Nullre to Conlrsctora. I Offlco of the Ilounl of Kducatlon of il. r ,11... I r V I rvt.v.i. KA I mo Lpnauiiiiaicu ccuuui iibiiikv .vu. ib iiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiH r, 0. of Holt County. MIourl Sralrtl propoRaU will be rcclvetl by L. 0. Ilotkln, nccretar)' of tho School vlload, on or before Saturday, June 4, nt 2 p. m., lor the loiiowmg purpoiei to-wlt: s ... nt t t i. ... inu iiic iurninninK oi an moor and materlali for the erection ami completion of a new rural high nchool bulldlnc, aceonllnK to tho plant ana ttpcclficatlons now on file with L. G. Dotkln, at New Point, Holt Count, Misiourl. ahtl at the office of William s T. SchraKf, Architect anil Superlnteit , S dent. 43 K. 32ml St., Kanias City, Mil . sour). 1 1 2nd. Alio epcrato bid on heating, ventilation anil dry cloct system. Each bid munt be accompanlctl bv a x deposit,' either In ensh or a certified J check, nayablo to S. H, Flecncr, Treas-' x titer of Haiti Hoard, to the amount of ,. $200.00 for the building, antl $100.00 s for the hcntlnjr, ventilating and dry 2 cloictt, which, simll be forfeited If the bidder falls .to reipoml to the award of contract and rIvo a Kood and suffi- s ' dent bond rctiulrcd by tho Hoard. AD. s bids shall bo feiiled ami endorsed, "Hld on School IlulMlne," "Hid on 5 lleatlnit, Ventilation ami Dry Closts," 3 and o(dreiscl to I.. G. Ilotkln. Secre- x tary of sald.lloard will nend a set of s filans iinqn .receipt of $16.00, payable 2 o tho Treasurer. Dans only to be a kept five days anil mutt then bo rev s 1 turned,' and the money will bo refund-. cd. , x The contractors figurine on the s building shall state In their bids the time wanted for completing the build" S Inc. The Hoard reserves tho right to 5 reject 'any and all bids. . By order nf the Hoard of Education. v., iminun. iincii'PI v Secretary. New Point, Holt County, Missouri, May 17, 1021. ' ', Secretary's' Post Office Address, New Point, Missouri. 'Wear-Ever" $1.05 1 -quart Aluminum Stew Pan I For ONLY, 29c on or before June 2 Cover only 14c extra (Regular Price) 35c) LIMITED Special ottVr appllca from May U to June i only ' ' Charley, son of Marlon Drown, ' now In the navy, on board the JlaKshlp, ',' Pennsylvania, expects to be discharged i some time In August, his three-year tenn expiring. He recently sent his : father a beautiful illuminated certifi ' cate of his service, f v st. Joseph is taking XMl initial v 'steps looking to the proper entertoln- . a V. . t... .till.. OTf V, (HwlslAn PJa World War; which will hold their an. l Bual reunion In that city. Sept, 26-29. i-'AThe dlynlbn was principally composed jMlsfoW and'JCanssj. mjn. Comj MSrrfiai !aE3JL"" w-. SEE taadlffercDce FEEL the dlffarne alumi num aad "Wear-Ever" Tltia Special Otter is made so you can see for yourself Hiat aluminum utensils are NOT all the same. "Wear-Ever" utensils are mads from hard, thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum metal which again and again has been passed through gigantic rollipg mills and subjected to the pressure of huge stamping machines, Primrose Gasoline at FOSTER-LOGAN'S GARAGE. Miss Dale Zellcr Is home for the vacation period from Cameron, Mo., wheie she was principal of the high chool of that city. Bert Maple and wife entertained her fothcr and mother, J. W. Ned row and wife, of Maltland, and her sister, Mr. antl Mrs. O. J. Degan, of St. Jo seph, over Sunday last. ) J. M. Campbell, wife, daughter. Miss Ruth, son, Wade, and son, Fred anil wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cortcz Mead ows and wife and Mrs. Ed Wctzell were called to St. Joseph, last Sunday, tn attend the funeral of Mrs, A. A. Campbell. Mr. A. A. Campbell Is a brother of Mr. J. M. Campbell. Mont Austin, of St. Joseph, was here for a few days, this week, visit ing his uncle and aunt, Robert Mont gomery and wife. Dr. C. L. Evans attended the State Medical society meeting In St. Joseph, this week. Have a few New Departure Culti vators. Let mc know what you arc going to need. D. M. MARTIN. Mrs. W. It. Alklrc was called to Lincoln, Neb., for a few days, the past week, owing to tho illness of her daughter, Inct, who Is a University student. She had so Improved that Mrs. Alklrc returned home Monday. R. S. Kecvcs nnd wife, accompa nied by their friends, F. G. Towers and wife, of Kansas City, stopped over In the old town, Monday of tnls week, for a brief visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Uartram, and other telatlvea antl friends. They wcro re turning from the Hlg Lake, where they uere outing for n few days. Mrs. I'reeman Guthrie, of tho Gordon district, who has been In a St. Joseph hospital for some three weeks, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis, has so Improved that she tcturncd to her home Monday of this week. Rev. ami Mrs. Jns. S. Cunning ham ami children left Tuesday In their car for Hill City, Kansas, where he has accented the charge of a Federated church there. Witlard Meyer had a bunch ot 27 calves on tho St. Joseph market, last 1'ilday, which averaged 8C0 pounds. He sold at 8c. I havo some Native Lumber for sale, thrro miles northwest of Forest City on the White Cloud road. JOHN F. I DEN. John E. Slater, Frank Walker, of Itlgolow; P. W. Znchary, of Liberty township, nnd Will Fltzmaurlcc, nf Forest township, wcio here attending court, Tuesday. Mrs. W. E. Jones, Dorcnc ami Wllmn. spent tho week with her pur- cuts at Tarkln. Clare Castle and Robert Rulcvnie catching "whales" at Dig Lake, this week. There will be preaching at tho Christian church In Oregon, Sunday evening, May 20, at 8 o'clock. Every- iMiiy invited. I liavo for rent good pasture; good shade anil plenty of water. Not responsible for stock killed or dam aged. JOHN F. IDEN, Hlgelow, .Mo. Charley Wcls. who has been here rn an extended visit with his brother. Henry, ami sister, .Mrs. NICK Stock, left for his homo In Ashland. Orecon. Thursday of last week. Charley left here Ai years pgo, and lias so fixed things that he Is now on "easy street," bu' Is still a gelding. F. D. Flora ,nf St. Joseph, division postoffice Inspector, was here last week, and gavo the post office here a thorough Inspection, and he found Postmaster Martin hail everything In gooti shape, ami ever)' penny properly accounted for. D. F. E. Hogan and wife, of Mound City, wore here Thursday of last week, vUltlng friends, and on pro fessional business. Hob Russell and wife, of Liberty township, were In St. Joseph, Friday. Mrs. Rusell went down for medical oiuultatlon. Harry Cungan, w'fe and Rijcrt and Dr. J. C. Whltmer, wife and Charles wcro 3t. Joseph shoppers lait Friday. Mcjcr Post will meet at Its head quarter.1, tomorrow, Saturday, May 28, at 2 p. m. As It Is the last meeting before Mcmoiia! Day, it Is hoped that nil comrades will he present. C. E. Ticc, who has been on an extended visit with his brother-in-law, J. S. Hennlngcr, loft Fildny for Cas per, Wyo., to !sit his daughter. John H. Peret now holds a tiuar- thicr iUicns and king, the third FOR SKILLED HONEST TREATMENT After Other Doctors Fall Consult Dr. S. D. Francis 720 Felix SU SI. Joseph. Mo. Export ifi the) treatment of til Chronic, Ntrvoua, 'Rectal. Blood, Skin and Gen-Ito-Urinary Diarists of Mm and Wo man, 1 fire a 10.00 examination Fret. "606 ni 914" Administered Intravenously for Blood Disorder No fa la hopes or promlaei. but perm anent, lasting cures. You pay 'or results only Houra: Oa.ra.tuRD.rn. At LEHMAN'S The dar art does out all alvael leaf tka ot pvec ooa f every deacriptioa ai wall aaiWtlotiof READY TO WEAR GARMENTS You can ear near KaU tr tradin at LEHMAN'S on REMNANT DAY , KODAK FINISHING BRING YOUIt FILMS TO US EXPERT WORK SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HENNINGER DRUG CO. Mane If HUNT'S !' (alia I lh treatment ( ITCH. BC2IMA, BIHaWOIII. TKTTKR clber lutein stela dleeaee. Irr tl tact boa at cur risk. E. O. PHILIPS, Druggist HENMNGEH DKL'O COMPANY. CHICHESTER S PILLS .TIIKUIAliUMDIIBaMI. A taal-al A.kre-rllf.Jal-U AV Xl(uval fklae!ee llax.a lira-JV a!USfl5. I-IILI It, 111 l.eld nxtartASaeV al iHIM. ftua m. a aaa a.ar itav av reap blTOllMD I'Ktftll 1'll.lMvlJ reenaaaal.rwl.Sireet AlvirlRtfiiLI SOU) BY DRIjISIS EVKtYHHERE Trustee' Sale. Whereas, John G. Dyous and Addle Ilvous. his wife, by their deed of trust dated the ISth day of February, 1920, and of record In tho office of the Re corder of Deeds of Holt County, Mis souri, In hook lii'J at page 41.', con veyed to the undersigned In trust to secure tho payment of the note in said deed of trust described, and of the In terest thereon, the following described real estate situate in Halt County, Missouri, to-wit Eighty (80) acres in a parallel strin of enual width off the North side of a certain two hundred and forty (240) acre tract, viz.: The North west quarter, and tho West half of the Northeast quarter, of Section thirty one (31), in Township sixty-three (C3), of Ilange forty 040)1 And Whereas, It is provided in ami by salt! deed that If the Interest on tho note secured thereby should not be pnld when due, then the whole of said note should become due and payable; And Whereas, default has been made In the payment of tho interest on said note due and payable March "ZZ ' Kll't. 1921, according to the true tenor, S IAIKVU s Get your Stew Pan today! . . TEARE & RULEYS OREGON . MISSOURI by Dr. .1. T. Thatcher, Friday last, May -0. Mrs. George Sceman and daugh ter, Mary, of liuffulo, Wyo., arc here, visiting her father nnd mother, F. S. Morgan and wife, and George's moth er, Mrs. Koto Sceman, ami other rela tives. Helen, who Is a student at llaldwln, Kansas, will Join them hero In a fhort time. Primrose Gasoline at FOSTEIt-LOGAN'S GARAGE. asJntin T.v.vtiiir nri. one nf the' belt 3 bovs to be found Qimvhore. Is a pa ss ftnf nt thn Mnvn Vininltnl nt nnrh9 X i 2 iMiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiimimiiinirrrrnri Born, to Ivan Miller and wife, a fine son, May 20, Dr. J, F. Chandler In attendance, Claud Clark and two children, of Norfolk, Neb., after a few days' visit here with his brothers-in-law, D. D. Kunkel, wife and children, and Harry Pollock, wife and children, and their great-grandmother, 'Mrs. Sarah, Mit chell, returned to their home, Satur day laiit.'rvla'rt-. ter. Minn. . A district comprising approxi mately fifty square miles in Bice coun ty. Kansas, recently was transformed overnight from a promising bumper yield of wheat tn one vast stretch ot barren fields' with only here and there u patch cf green to be seen. This quick change in the complexion of the landscape' was due to the most severe hailstorm ever recorded In, (hat part rif the state, which fell May 20. Mbs Helen Thatcher, who has been teaching at Slldell, La., Is home for her summer vacation, and will go MM''aeaaayaaaaaaaaaaa back in the fall, having been. W-Cm- r'r ftiiMmlna la i , I ployed for the 1921-22 school year. fl Lti-.; i ?i 8 ln.n.tuen1?nci' 9tore her uturn home she took a at the national meeting - of the Pres- .tato examination and received her bytery, in session at Winona Lake, five-year ' certificate. Her many Indiana, ns a delegate. i friends wll congratulate her pn her A little late perhops, but it will success, be good news to their many friends Fred Foster, wife and, .the here, to tell them that Joshua Trltt sprightly lit tie. daughter, Virginia, and Ge vin arrived at the home of Harry Ray Hlbbard and wife,, of Fillmore, Gelvin and wife, at Holyoke, Colo., on drove over in their car, and spent Sun April ltth, ha takn jup ,pema-; tjto noat (juartrs attiwir:he; "'fi5B. , i-.XM WxhaM iiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinirl date and effect of said note, and the owner of said noto has requested me to cxecuto tho power vested in me by said deed of trust to sell said real estate, antl out of tho proceeds of said sale pay the Indebtedness secured therebv! Now, Therefore, In compliance with said request, ami under tne power vest' cd In me by said deed of trust, I will n MONDAY. JUNE 20th. 1921. between the hour of nine o'clock in the forenoon nnd five o'clock In the afternoon of said day, at the court, house door tn the City of Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, sell said real estate at public vendue to the highest bidder lor casn In nana. ASA L- SCHOOLER, Trustee. Executor's Notice. Notice' Is hereby given that letters' testamentary on tho estate of George S. Howard, deceased, were grartcd to the undersigned on the 18th day "of April, 1921, by the Probate Court cf Holt. County, Missouri, All persons having claims against aut estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the Executor witldn. six months af ter the date) of granting of said letter.!, or they may be precluded from any benefit of said estate: and it such claims be not exhibited within one year from date of granting. said letters they shall bfnrsvnr barred. ' ' ii LINCOLN HOWARD. HARRY jvtt After June 1, I am to con duct Dr. Walker's practice at St. Joseph In connection with my own for a few weeks this summer, being nt my Oregon office Monday, Wednesday and Saturday forenoons. Ap- E ointment for treatment can e made, any time by calling Dertha Reynolds, who has charge of my office, ami will answer telephone calls, day or night. My St. Joseph ad dressKing HIM Building or Osteopathic Hospital. Dr. L. McFall Maner bee without nueitlea If HUNTS Sale fella In lha lre.tm.nl nf ITCH. F.CZRMA, SINOWOSM, TETTER er other Itihlna akin dlieaaea. Trr a 3 cent boa al cur flak. E. O. PHILLIPS. DrusEta. HENNINGER DRUG COMPANY. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. In the District Court of tho Un ted States for the Western District of Mis souri, St. Joseph Division, In the Matter or L. It. Adams, uank rupt. In Bankruptcy To the Creditors of said Bankrupt of Craig, in the county of Holt, and the District aforesaid. Notice Is hereby given that on the tlth il.iv nf Mir. I Ml. tlin ail.l I.. If Adams wa duly adjudged a bankrupt, ami that the first meeting of his said creditors will be held at my office In the City of St. Jotcph, on the 31st day of May, 1921, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine the bankrupt antl transact such other business as may properly come before salt) meet ing. JOHN S. HOYER, Referee In Bankruptcy. This 20th day of May, 1921. Notice of Land Owners' Meeting Squaw Creek Drainage District, Holt County, Mlsnourl. Notice Is hereby given to tho land owners, icsldlitg or owning land situ ate within the boundaries of tho Squaw Creek Drainage District, that the annual election for tho election of a supervisor, in salt! district has been called ror the purpose or electing a supervisor, for tho term of five years, to succeed John E. Slater, whose term expires. That the said meeting will be held nt the Woodman's Hall, In the Town of lllgrtow, In said county nnd stato ,on rriilay, the 24th flay or June, 1921, for the purpose of electing the said supervisor ami for the trans action of such other business as may come before the said meeting. The polls will be opened at 2 o'clock, p. m antl close at 4 o'clock, p. tn. of said day, sharp. Done by order of the Board of Suocrvlsors of the Siiuaw Creek Druinago district, this 24th lay of May, 1921. Attest: P. W. ZACHARY, President of Board of Super visors, Squaw Creek Drain age District. FRANK WALKER. Secretary of Board of Supervisors, Squaw Creek Drainage District. New Point. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Chamberlain and family from near Savannah spent Tuesday with relatives here. Miss Retta Doswcll from St. Jo seph was a .week-end! visitor with home folks. Miss Hallle Duntz spent Wednes day night with Misses Edith and Mabel Lent. Misses Lydla Acton, I.eda Muir, Hallle nnd Olga Duntz, Edith ami Mabel Lent, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Kurtz ami family and Gilbert Hague were Sunday visitors at the E. M. Render home. Rev. Resinnr from St. Joseph fill ed his regular appointment here, Sunday, at tho Christian church. There was an attendance of 105 at the Christian Sunday school, Sun day morning. Offering $4.11. On Wednesday night of last week, the pupils of the 8th grade gavo their program. Tho program consisted of a play in two acts, a reading, several songs and an instrumental solo, after which they were presented with their diplomas by Superintendent S. W. Skelton. There were 14 graduates. Ten from New Point untl four from Divide. Tho teacher, Miss Lydla Act on from New Point, s to be commend ed for this splendid program. Tho High School commencement was held on Thursday evening. Dr. J. C. WhIUcll, of St. Joseph, very ably delivered the class address. This clasd of twelve members: Lorln Hoi brook, Clyde Springer, Russel Bos well, Ralph Meyer, Jr.j Galen Meyer, Roy Boawcll, Gilbert Dnswell, Gladys Bepder, Olgo Klham, Bertha Wlnslow, Esther KurU ant) ilildred Ellis. The i Baccalaureate sermon was preached' by Rev.Jones fTohvMoUnd City. Miss' Vivlari Seat left Saturday for her'home In Denver, Mo., to spend the summer. ' BASCOMDE G. M. E. Welcome. . We were glad to see so many out to' the services last Sunday. Wo hon to greet you all again, next Sunday.? 1 It will do us all good to attend Preaching service. ''Preaching service at the Oreg6n church, Sunday morning. Subject "Christian Endurance." ' !.Preachlng service at the Nodaway church, Sunday evening. Subject:. The Assistants of Satan." .1 -. ... ' 'C- iM dingant m!fssimms LXy t,.wr"1fiil(M lPrtt-M. fto(wa.Vatt4e. tWV. FubUeatioa, May U, jWueWrtlary. ' ?T t. h w.t. . I i -1 i . . . . '". ... ". I I, . .. .J "... ,r. W , TflKSs j'7V.,Jj . . ..... 'iJSeW W T .5 ..." ' 4 t 1 !t'4..J.