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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. . FRIDAY, AUiUST 19, 1921
BASEBALL HINDE'S BALLPARK, OREGON. MISSOURI Sunday, August 21 3 o'clock, p. m. icmM NEMAHA INDIANS OF HIAWATHA, KANSAS VS OREGON Admission 35 Cents. -4-x--:-::-x--:-x FIRST SHOWING OF NEW FALL MILLINERY, FELTS and DUVETYNS and COMBINATIONS A CENTURY OLD. Some Important Irsta About souri's Early History. Ml. NOW ON DISPLAY AT- E. A. NETHERLAND'S The State Pair, 'tion will C.I..II.. M, i'n.r.i.t IT TIik f let! ! vi' en of week of Missouri's Centcnnlul Expo-1 sltlon unci State Fair ctnlcil luft Satur day night with the final presentation f the "Pageant of Missouri," u Biaginifccnl flrcwmk dlplay ami Jtuth I.uw In her night flying stunt. A powerful searchlight updated by a unit of tho Missoutl Natlunul (luuril encamped on thu Fair Ground cast iti ruy hiRh Into tliu heaven an tho iliv in,', idling, spinning airplane flashed in and out of its Illuminating giuic. This morning found u tin one of vis itor passing through the Centennial Arch to enJuy tho first day of the t-ccond week of Missouri's birthday party. WJth u perfect morning, the run beaming on the big playground without a cloud to mar hi azure do main, the week hu promise of being the best In the history of the Fair. The roads to Scdalla arc vciitablo boule vaids, ucconllng to incoming tourist. They havo been dried by tho heavy travel and arc hard and smooth. I. ait week was entirely succcsful In eveiy way, according to official. And the focond week lit expected to break all record In attendance. The attractions offered nrc excep tionally Inducing both to farmers nnd to city visitor. The Judging program include the bent content for perfec tion in every agricultural lino imagin able. Cattle, hog, sheep und other agricuttuiul pioducts will be on erhlbltion. Missouri' best 1 being le given under the ,upci S. A. linker and Gcorcc 1- Cole, both of Jcfferrvn City. The school la-tc all week. ' I'lae for a mcmbciship campaign were formulated by Duroc breeder at n meeting yesterday. About one hun- ln-il memter were ntcscnt. T. I.. Johnson, of VYcit Plains, president of tnc association wn in cnaigc or tnc meeting. Officer lor 1922 w 111 be elected In January, at the time of the annual Karmer' Week of the College of Aglicultuic at Columbia. The Chamber of Commerce here re port plenty of room Mill available on their information file. An estimate by the loom bureau Sntuiduy plucrd the number or room on file at 5,000. Uniformed messenger at each railway station and an information bureau both on thu l'ulr (iiound ami down town offer complete accommodation for every visitor. o The Tarklo Missionary Conference. The eleventh annual Taikio Mission aiy conference will be held on the cumpu und In the building of Tarklo College at Tarkio, Mo., commencing on Satuiday evening, Aug. 20, and con tinuing through August 28th. The confeiencc I under the auspices of the United Presbyterian Hoard of Foreign M Union but muke un it piogram with little reference to denominational line. Among those appearing on this III. rierre Chauteau. of St. 1-eulf. made the first treaty with the Indian;, the Osage, in 1808. They surrended their right to certnln Missouri land. The territory of Louisiana was call ed Teiritory of Missoutl, June 4, 1812. Mm ittei railroad bridge over .Mis souri r.lver, at Kunsa City, built by me iiannioni bt. josopn raiiroau, opened for traffic JuJy 3, 1800, The "General Tike." was the first steam tent to ascend the Mlllppl Illvcr above the mouth of the Ohloj landed at St. l.oui in 1817. The oldet trade' union In the Mate I the St. Loul charter of the Inter national Typographical (Printer') Union, established In St. Leul In 1S56. The first .stor.c dwelling elected In the state wa on the Kcmmc Osage Creek ,ln St. Charles ccunty; Daniel Beone died here in 1820. The lnft tate capitol flic occurcil February 6, 1911. September 20, lrC.1, the flrt pa srngcr train made it run between St. Loul and Knnn City. First native bom Mlourlan to be come governor of the Mate wu Thom as C. Fletcher; became governor 1865; bom In Jefferon county, October 22, 1827. Died in Washington, I). C, March 25, 1899. The negro first vol til In the tate In 1870, by vlrturc of amendment to the federal constitution, in lr-tie, the tfcte refused to enfranchise them. The first, cenu of the Uite was taken by tile Spanish In 1870. In 1897. the people of the state vot ed on the promltln to lemove the Mate capitol rrom .icffcrson uty to Sedallu. It wa badly beaten. Augustus Chauteau etnhllshed the flr-t distillery in the tale at St. Loul. The "Mu'ter Pay wa ctnblislinl by the legislature in 12.': annually on the flr-t Saturday In Apt I', citizen of ceitam age as"rl ' r military day. It ua- tieated a a holiday. A p.nty uf Fienchmen compoed the flrt exredltion ui the MIouri tlver, in ITtif.. The profent grvcrr.olV mansion wa built ilurirg the term of It. (iralz I!ro.n. 172. The fir! pub''e olien-arce of the n.itii.nV b'ltii v.a. In St. Loul, In 1 & 1 1 . The fiii-t ebei vance of Indepen dence Iav in Holt county vn In Ore- iron, in 1851. I The gtcatert fire in the hUtory of the tato wa In St. Loul, .May 17, 1MH. The flr-t gloat flic In Holt county: t'olliek hotel. Oregon. July 17, 1852. April n, IfcfiO, win the Inauguration of the Pony evpre." from St. Joseph to Saciemcnto. California, John Five, lidr. Mall contair.ed Abraham Lin coln' inaucunr.il uddie-. The department of agriculture wa cm, ciaoiinc! at me nine univci'iy in 18fi.'). Norman J. CelTinn, of St. Louis tntlton.tl rtcrctary of gil- cultural Holt County Sunday School Note. AurJft 9, Sunday and Monday, Aug. 14 and 15, were the days wt alde for our financial drive for the S. S. Arroclatlon. It i only through your gifts that the t.toclation Is financed. The work of the nida tion t. pa ;ng methods we have found heloful. Throguh efficient organiza tion thee mtthod can he quickly pnsfeil on to the entile Sunday school world. If o truly vlh to ec the owrld Chi Mian, we hall wnnt a hare in uinortlng this woik. If your listiict i not reaiiy lor the ilrlve, Augut 14 and 15, tupporc you plan for the drive the week following. I'lene confer with your district offi cer and have )our district apportion ment met iiefoic the county conven tion, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. We wlh to thank the Fnim Ilureau for changing the county nleulc to Aug. 30. At our bulr.fM e.lon In the con vention, we shall lt together by district. District that have their school avci aging 00 per cent on the International S. S. Standard will be especially mentioned. Atchison county cWl average 68 per cent and by so doing tanked third in the state. The standing of Holt county depends on the stnndin" of your school, although you nie in session only when it I not too hot or too cold to go. Kvniigclicul Sunday schools arc born Into the association thc same us wn nie citizen of our country. The standing of our county depends upon whether we are active or in-active. We shall have a black and white financial wall mup, showing when (jach school met It apportionment. The following l the International School Standald. I'leasc stu wheic you stand . I. (5) Cradle Koll. (5) Hume Department. II. (5) lieglstcii'd Organized Cla in Young People Division. (5) lleglrteied Organized Class In Adult Division. III. i III) Kegl-tcreil Teacher 1 mining Class. IV. i'i iliaile.l Oiganlzatltii. i.i) limited In-tiuition. VI. Til Ml-slunary Instruction. ('.) .Mi-lonaiy Offering. VI. tini Temperance In-tmctinit. l I'M Definite Dcci-lon ter i in i-t Urged. 1 10) Wnkvi" Confeience ItcKulnrly Held. Mil) Full Denominational lie- nil irment. I . i Sunday School Aoctutioii liinuliomeiitsi (. I Annual l!cp"it ti County A---ut'iatloii. (4) Delegate at As-oclatlon Con vention. Offering Anuuallj to County Asrociutiun. Fol Indict or other help plea-c call year district m county of fleet. MAKY tiliKKS, County Secietiuy-Trcasuicr. VII. VIII I.N. X. Phone Main 2056 Office Hoars O to 12 a, tn. 1 to 4 p. m. DR. Gk E. FORD SPECIALIST Extraction ot Teeth Suite 207 Ibylclan and Surgeon,' ST. JOSEPH, MO. llulldlng Forbes New. Miss Frances Sines spent a few days, last week, with her cousin, Miss llcsslc Morgan, of bt. Joseph. Thclma Klcffcr spent Monday with Thclma McAfee. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilalnh Dyer havo been on the sick list. John Parker spent a few days, last week, at the Ed Cottten home. Miss Pansy Sines ha been on the sick list. Mrs. George Goie and children spent Monday morning In Forbes. Mr. Edith Swartz. of St. Joseph. visited her parents, Mr. and Mr. Cbrls Muff, Saturday and Sunday. Ova Powell returned to his heme In St. Joseph, Monday. Harold Daker and wife are visit ing hii sister, Mrs. Kd Funshcr, this week. Frank Rhlnalt wa visitor, Thurday inc nttio Woodvllle Community Club. The next met tine at the Woodvllle Community club will be held Tuesday evening, Aug. 23, and n large attend ance i desired. ' Wntermelons for sale, at ono cent per pound, at mjs' patch. CLAHENCE HALL, 2tp. Forbes, Mo. Money for Farm Loan. THE SISSON LOAN & TITLE CD., Maryvlllc, Mo. Call, write or phone us for terms, tf Sheriff Sale. Notice Is hereby given that, where ns, J, W, McOnnahim and Emma McClanahan, his wife, on February 3rd, 1914, by their certain mortgage of record nl Hook 99, at pace 122, con veyed to Holt County, In the State of (Missouri, all or Lot fourteen (14), a St. Joseph I Fifteen (15) and Sixteen (1C). In Illock Thltty-elght (38), In Forct son of Mr. and Mr. ,riit ll.iH r.,.niv. mihmH. in nir John (luycr has been iiultc nick, but the payment of tho bonds given for Is belter at this writing. i money hoi rowed of the public school Albert Murr went to bt. Joseph, , fund of aid county as therein describ Monday, on business. cd. Mr. Ed McCoy and son, Harold, And whereas, It I provided In snld icturned home last week from Akmn. i.i.mi.Mi.n ilmt In mo. n( ,t,uiU In Colo., after a two ' weeks' visit. 'the payment of said bond', the raid The "Know-Nothing" raity figured in the rolltciul affair in 1850. Itobeit C. Ewing candidate fei governor. Melhi ilii-t Church Note. Time i flying. The yeai is almo-t since wu enmc. Only u tew Sundav left, and the annual confeience, which meet at Ilrookflcld, .will make new appointments, with 'some changes. The woik ha been a delight, and I can say for the Oregon pei'ple what I have not ulwuy been able to say, "They sue big," implying i.. iwrv me.'ii'her uiiil nil the chuichc. Program. lit. f .t fintitf.nle ninfetenri will lie The Missionary society of the Pies- ,u(.u,t aoth, and I hope and trust that b.xterian ehuich meet at the home of ,x,.ry unc -vx. ill do his pail In closing Mrs. Flora Hlnde. on Wednesday uf- ,, ycuv UvM. First, by their ut trriioon, August 24, Daughter Day. (,.,,,1,00; second, bv making It pos The progium I a follow! ',ible that cvny obligation may be met, Hvmii. 'We've a Story to Tell the ,cmcmiK.ring that gieat blesslni: inc Nnilons." ' in store for the chuieh doing It duty. Dcvotknal, Mm. Montgomery. j The service are i follows: lloll call, Youth. i!on prayer meeting at tho Evan- ".Mother's Council," drama, Mis. ...,1 church. Thursday night, 8 Netherland and cast. 'o'clock. The Sunday school lesson for Fhown. Tho Center State Is on parade, yeai program are: nr. . i.ui in Unusually heavy Judging will DC 01 ". : wmeiy nn interest to all 'teacher and writer for the bunduy Horse racing I alo an exceptionally School Times j Dr. William Evans, entertaining leuture of the unuuid fprmei ly profejsor In the Tom-y program given through the week.,lllble Institute of Lo Angele; Dr. Each afternoon will find the best nnl- Samuel M. wemer, editor of The Mo, rnuls In the country pounding around 1 lem World and a specialist on the mile dirt track on the Fulr ' Mohammedan mission; Dr. J. h. Me Grounds, each straining every muscle Clurkin, a strong und spiritual preach in a beautiful display of co-ordinated er and president of 11 successful uctlon und resultant speed. Every missionary conference near his home Mlssourian love good horse racing, city, Pittsburg r. W. II. Anderson, The entries at Missouri's birthday t formerly a missionary In the Punjub. party Include many Grand Circuit Northwest India, and now secretary of horses, llut little is known even In the Hoard of Foreign Missions of the Misourl that this ktuto produces more. , United Presbyterian thurcli, rhlladel race horses than does Kentucky. And phlai Dr. Charle It. Watson, presjdent the "Show-Me" entries will provide! of the American University at Cnlro, keen competition for tho other speed- Kgynt, and prominent In Y. M. C. A., iteis In the travels about tho big loon. 'Student Volunteer nnd ether mission. ,.i. n.i Inieresteil In 1 nrv movements: Dr. und Mrs. J. Kelly farming and fine cows have had gi eat Kilf foil, missionaries on furlough from :" " ? i .i..i... .m men nst Khartoum, the can tal of the boudun: vveek. The race is continued until tho Itev. P. J. Smith and wife, from far ?'; i.., 0f .he Centennial Fair. In south In the Soudan on the Sobut he HoUteln class Sedalla Walker Kiver; Dr. Frank C. McClanahan. u I'rllly Alcarta bus been pushed back medical missionary from Assiut, f.' L.i , inre.in,l Ladl-Mayflower ' Egypt, nnd Itev. J. II. Colvin, from Itest Easy hold tho lead with 330.2 Northwest India. Mission Study i n? mllW mid 11.754 pounds of classes will be under the leadership of Eutto I fi "r flh T Jersey flass first Mles Anna Mllligan and Sallle nlace Is held by Oxford's Eminent Ida, Dickey. A Koiiva nlil fiWIintl bv 1!. Oliver, of i The program consists of Ilible Stuily Independence. classes, Mission Study classes, vesper Judging of hogs has been a feature services, n striking pagennt nnd Inter in the live stock depaitment, and will estlnjr addresses and sermons. The bo continued all this week. In tho afternoons arc left free for toclal nf eL.j.. ivkii. simw. W. W. Ilcnder- fairs, recreation nnd snorts. Tho f i nt'intn. renorts noticeable college dormitories are open for improvement In uil classes shown. Tho guetts. Cump Sovo, a camp for boys hr-eders report moro orders f r hogs and young men, Ootwecn tho ages of than they have animals for sale. This, 17 and 25, Is a new venture. The camp ir." . 1. -.,.,,, ,,f ihe Immense U nnmci for n town in Abyssinia corn crops that have to be marketed whero a medical mission has recently through nogs or noi uv m. fii.i - a.c Tnu.-n. In ludire In this .llvlsion. An exceptionally heavy , The . Oregon. Chapter, imllnir nroirram will be had this week. Star, wll 1 The Boys' State Fair school has 23, for the purpose w,, BR bovs enrolled. One boy Is business anu ent by each county in the state. The other boys will be in today, it is ex pected: Tents oro provided them on the Fair Grounds. One large tent will fee ueed as a class room. The instrue- 1 1 Music, Dorothy Hunker and Lavonn Evans. "Missionary Mothers," Mrs. Avon Murruy. Music, Eleanor Kunkcl. lluslness. Quarterly offering. So. clul hour. Hostesses, Mesdames Albert Kunkel, Avon Murray, Horn Ulnae, (.. h. Hunker and hmmu Netherland. ski; y. Forbeti Farmer (! To Look. Uhel Hanks, of Fortes, and hi father, who live on his farm near Shenandoah, Iowa, accompanied by udge Peter Itnlser, have been to in met the river protection, Installed by the Wood Ilrothers company, near , ( i llfimlnitf. lttu'n. Wnfiim llrrither nut ...m i.n ..1...1 ... ...t. In mi. n e 1.. .rt 1 t 1..... .......t. t..i.iMrt 1 ie vill or fciiiu 111 r.v .'w " LtOliniau, leit lliursilliy Ul ms; neen, this work In a couple of years ago to .-.icej nCvt Sunday. Pleaching nt for Avondale. Mo., wheio they will protect the 2300 acres of farm lann, tht, Oregon chureli, Sunday morning, visit Itev. A. II. Coffnuin, and then wnicn incy own mere. .ii, imno iu. , j j o'docjj. At the Nodaway cnurcn seen other work of this kind, nnd say there I no question but what they have tho only reliable system of bank protection, anil tnni tnc more nn see 01 It, the surer ne 1 inni 11 1 inc ilaht thlmr. Thl lenort iut confirm what we have been hearing from other source, rcirnri Inc this nroteetlnn. We understand 1a. la ir Iia f.nmpil ,m ihp Knnsas ct.ln fn nrntect "Ilurr Oak llottom.".by and that work will be staitcd In the pert spring. Eastern meet Tuesday night. Aug, of transacting conferring the degree, All members are urged to attend. V. M. Grapes for Bale. DICK MORGAN, , Oregon,, Mo. John Hainer had buine In St. Jo'rph, Thursday. tiuycn (iiiycr liappeneil to quite an accident, eaily Tuesday of lat week, while plowing with 11 Under, lie caught hi foul In a wheel, mid thought he nail a hrnken limb. He wa taken to St. Joseph, where it Wa discnveied the limb wn only fntrtuied. He I new getting along nicely. Mr. I.ehi I'an-lier went to St. Jo-cnli, Fi Iday. Hon Klik wn.' a I'm be visitor, last week. Mis. I'eberra ("niter I- now lllng with Mr. and Mi. Itiloy Win ley. George Cettcii -pent Sunday with Guyen (luyer. Kate Simmon., nf St. Jiveph, spent Filday night with her cousin, Mr. Mary Wliltmore. Mr. und Mr. Mary Klefer and children went to St. .In-enli, Sunday. Kva l aiislier vlslteil a few ilay, lust week, with relative In St. Joseph. jonn unman, 01 iinnipiian, Kan sas, came over In 1 01 lies, Friday of lust week ti spend a few day with tcialivc. Mr. and Mr. . W litinmc and son, Dale und Carlyle, spent the day, Thursday, with his brother, John Wliltmore. .Mr. Karnlo Sine wa taken nulte sick, last week, with appendicitis, and wvh taken to a St. Joseph hospital, where she was operated upon. Wo me glad to icport that she 1 getting along nicely. .Mr. I'lora UIMIk, who lias lieen In 1 tho hospital for some time, I now able 1 to be taken Home any time. .Mr. K. wottcn ami ilnugiucr, Marie, Molllc and Mini, and Kathleen Whitmoic spent Fiiday evening with Mrs. Hill Guyer. Mr. and Mr. Allen Guyer wcie St. Joseph visitor, Thursday. Mrs. Sadio Hall and sou and Mary II ridges visited at the A, J. McAfee home, Thursday of last week. Ilurland Elder, of I'm est City, was in Forbes, Friday of last week. There Is Sunday school eveiy Sun day morning at 10 o'clock at the M. E. church. Everybody invited. Mr. Sadie Scroggiu and sou visited her mother, Mrs. Hill Guyer, one day, last week. o nioiieitv shall be soldifor the payment of the same, nnd whereas, the county emu t, 1 iv it uiiler or record or dale Atigu-t 1st, 1921. found said bond In default, and onle e l aid propel ty sold n In said mortgage pr ivuM, a copy of which said older duly certified by the Cleik of said Guilt, wn delivered tn me on the Hit day of August, 1921. Now, ihcrefoic. In consideration of the menil'i", and by authority In mo vetril b law, by virtue of said order of sale, I, Albert W. Seeman, Sheriff ( Hull County, Missouri, will on Mnn lay. September 12th, 1921, nt the Court lloii-c door In the City of Oregon, in said county, between tho hiitiri of 10 o'clock A. M. and I o'clock P. M. of said day, and while the Coun ty Cuirt of said county 1 In session, sell nil of the right, title. Interest, etale and emiity of redemption of the said J. W. McClanahan nnd Emma MrClnnahan in und tn said property tn satisfy said debt and cot. and of this nil persons will take notice. Tcrnu of ale, ca-h in hand. AI.IIEUT W. SEEMAN, Sheriff nf Holt County, Missouri. MICKIE SMS Vsvuens cfi crvuFoawttv, VROVA fo -M )iv.v.N&e po.nt-wop, oemG tsvtto next Sunday will be the subject 1 Minday scnool, nna a. m. Morning worsliip, 11 u. m. Epworth League, 7 p. in. ' Evening worship, 8 p. m. The lav deleirate to the annual con ference will be elected at the morning service, followed by the Loid's Supper. Only a short talk on the rules of tho 'cluich In the morning. I Election of Sunday school officer for next year, Friday, Aug. 20, 8:30 n. in. The district conference meet next t. (Dick) Dobyn and Ed w 1 k, beginning Monday night ami Keown nie in Sedalia, till week, tak-1 mllng Wednesday afternoon, at ng In tho stato fair. I Mound City. F. J. SMITH. Floyd E. Coffman, accompanied ' ny ins wile anil two euiiuien, ineinin anil Avon, aim ny in 1 inner, n, .11. Personal and Otherwise. 1 In the evening, 8 o'clock, come All aie wcl- PASTOI! go on to the fair at beuallu, .mo. They then will visit lelatlves In Col umbia., coming duck ny tnc way 01 Linn County to visit relatives there. They went In their car. At the last meeting of the Com munity League, an older wa made, to llglll evening, lood of the breed, and nrc slied nnil on Saturday nignts 10 Keep 1110 wv rtlnnt. Jr.. nnd Surnrise Pros- nuik ightod until midnight, tho ex FOR SALE ntttr fir nnln n few choice IHlf forrr Tf bank Tvpe Poland-Chlnu Hoars fiwn spring directing t in city nuthoiltles indThat a is- Hi tcr. These boar carry some of tho tho Couit House raik, every n the Kansas bot blood of the breed, and nrc sited nnd on Satunlay nigh s to 1 F. OTALLON. President. GEOliGE LEIIMER. Vice-rrest. W. P. SCHULTE. Cashier. JESSIE J. JONES, Ass't Cash. THE CITIZEN'S BANK OREGON. MO. Capital Stock and Surplus $32,000.00 - :o; Transacts a general banking busi ness, interest paid on aeposus icn for a specified time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Collections made and promptly re mitted. Directors: S. F. O'Fallon, George lahmcr. W. P. Schulte, J. A. Kreek, Robert Kncale. OREGON i it MISSOURI 2d. Here 1 nn opportunity to ecuie a hen liour at a very reason able price If taken soon. If interested, 'cail or write, HIGHLAND OIKJIIAIIW LU., inc., II. L. PILE, Mgr.. Oregon, Mo. rou SALE. One hay press in No. 1 condition, alto 16 horse-power Galloway Engine, mounted on truck. Highland Fruit Farm. HIGHLAND ORCHARD CO. Evangelical Church. Sunday, August 21st: Preaching services by the pastor at Benton. 9:45; Oregon, 11:00, and at Nlckell's Grove, 8 p. m. Sunday school at the regular hour. F. E. WENDLAND, Pastor. Students attending the Oregon schools can secure good rooms by cull ing on 2t. MRS. WM. McKISSICK. -Mrs. uav l'rather anil son. L.ewis. of Cushlng, Okla., arc visiting her grandfather nnd grandmother, J. n. Kunkel nnd w fe. of this city, wrs, Prather is a daughter of the Rev, pense ot this lighting to tie uciruyeu by the Community League. .Ml. Iiellio i. iiazennacn, oi oouu Pci-sliliii? avenue, announced the en gagement of her daughter. Miss Ge neva Hazcnstab to Frank (!. Maxwell, of 58C5 Pershing avenue, at n luncheon ut her home, today. Mr .Maxell is the son of Mrs. Olivo Maxwell, of Chllllcothe, Mo. St. Louis Post Dis patch, Aug. o. i' l'iuiK is n son oi mo Intc Prof. Frank Maxwell, who died In Chllllcothe, this state, Juno 16, and who for a number of years was a resi dent of this county, nnd prominent as one of our leading teachers. Tht Third Haven. According tn nn ancient Jewish opin ion there were three lienisns: (1) thai wherein the bird fly, (2)' that where in the stars moe, (3) that whero tht Highest and Ills angels five. In II Cor Inthlnns St. Paul's reference Is to the heaven of heavens, tho place of God' ruling orer angels and all powers, as distinct from Paradise where the souls of the faithful dead abide, to which blest plnce he was raptured, also, as he snys In the same passage. FOIl SALE. One upright nlano, practically new. A bargain if sok .oon.R c Miss Maude Strough. of Craig. II. spent the week with her frlcn-, Mrs. N. Kunkel, a son of J. II. and wife. Frank Sipes. Consequently Lewis is another great-1 The body of Sergeant Paul Shutts grandson of J. II. and wife. They arrived In Mound City, from over tho have Beveral jrreat-grandchildren. I seas, Thursday of this week, and will Big free Dance on tse streets oi ne given a iuii military mncriu, Oregon every Tuesday evening. (Sunday, August 21, in charge of ' E. C. MOSS. Paul4P. Shutts Post, American Legion. aive a Thought to the Living. It Is rcmnrkable how few of us ever think that angels may be enter, talned unawares, that tbo misfit ranj be the one who Is In time to Immor talize his name and cast luster on th country of Ids birth or adoption. It may be all right to canonize tli great when they are dead, but It Is snd to think how few of them have been ap preciated while allv. Ezchnnge. o ; Wreath Awaits Innovator. We are holding a wreath, contrlb nted by an anonymous lover of the silent drama, for the, director who tn arranging an artist's studio set sta tions the model so that the artist doesn't have to look over his shoulder at her while at his easel. We, know that this suggestion violates studio rules, bat the director really ought to take the law of physics Into consid eration or else use a periscope. E -B ' . i : "' m SBSSSSJSSSSSSSSSSSSJtKSHBU ATM'"