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THE HOLT COUNTY SKNT1KKL. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3D, 1021.
FARM BUREAU NOTES. (Delayed letter, September 23, 1921) Soybean Meeting. During the post week or two we have held five demonstration meetings nt fields of romc of tho.e men who arc growing soybean as a seed crop. In these five meetings wo have had fifty-three people present. This evi dences considerable Interest in the soybean as a coming crop for Holt county. Most of these soybeans arc about ready to Harvest ami wc nope out to a study of the cattle In tne dif ferent pens, representing first, second, third and fourth cross calves. There will also be pens of feeding cattle representing the different crosses, also the herd bulls, which are being used on the farm will be on exhibition. On the following day the outdoor Short-Horn show will be held, which will nrobablv be the biggest event of Its kind which has ever been held in the United States, and which will take the place of the Short-Horn end of the Royal show this winter. A dozen or m.iM nf ihii hat Imnlf nf Shnrt.lfnm to give a full report of yields and net Lattc )n Missouri ore already entered returns from this crop before planting time rolls around again, Mr. C. K. Carter, crop specialist from Columbia, was with us two days In the week assisting In the soybeans In competition and a large list of prizes assures keen competition in all classes. We would like to have a large number of Holt county farmers attend this show, as you can then see meetings. Mr. Carter was able to, with your own eyes the results of a answer many questions in regard to the growing and Harvesting or soy beans, as he Is not only representative of the Extension Department of the College of Agriculture, but also has nn Interest In a farm In Adair county upon which they have been growing soybeans as n regular crop for five years. Community Organization at IdleWlldc. On Friday night, Sept. 10. fifty representative people from Walnut drove, Exodus, Ilurr Oak and Idle wllile school district met at Idlcwilde school house and mapped out it pro gram of work for the year. This In cludes work cn the crops, live stock, soils, club work, poultry, clothing, home management. oihe.in. futti grading up process by the uso of pure bred bulls when It Is followed out systematically along definite lines. Those who contemplate going will please notify us and we will moke ar rangements so that we can oil go In one party, leaving here on Tuesday night, the 11th of October. Think this over and plan your work so that you can attend this great outdoor Short Horn event. , Northwest Wool Pool Can Supply Blanket. Arrangements have been completed by John McDanlcl, manager of the Niitthwest Missouri Wool Tool at bt, jii-eph, for the manufacture of some of the pooled wool Into blankets, nuto robe and wool batu. The manufac- law Is enacted. And If the ten million Forbes. I Mrs. Mollle Whipple Is on the sick- nurse and medical Inspector. They aw dollar concern can earn 33 1-3 per nelavd letter ?rntemher 11311 list, this week. nut out by the Missouri State Board of cent on Its investment, the tax would UelaM September -J. .1931) Health Carefu, BtteBtlo ghould be cut from $1,280,693 as at present .TA'ma W"enkr was a St. Jo- headw " Their foundation Is com- Ken In filling out the blanks since to only $416,416 under the proposed "Ph visitor, one day, ,lt week. pS'Ll K rW bride the State Board of Health Is seeking law. I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dyer visited are on tm? Kroun,i .ready to begin the desired Information rclatlvo to th The slicing of such large amounts f "day night with her aunt, Mrs. Al health standing of the different off the taxes of the profiteers who 'Mun'on' ?nsiclft;, , . ' -Chas. Williams was In Forott City hool sections, have earned huge dividends on even 1 -John Taylor Is visiting In Forbes, r.-r,ia., on business trip. I The teacher Is more or less able to more huge amounts of invested capital this week. ,. , Miss Alpha Hlnkle visited last detect many of the diseases which used can only result in a whole heaping of , "e a,re. sorr !'a' lf,at Sue KeI' week with her friend, Mrs. Glen Jef- to be so common, but In treating these the burden on to the shoulders of the '' lsno better at iP , writlnK' . . fCrs, of Hopkins, Mo. defects and diseases the greatest re- "small fry," which Includes the aver-1 . Mrs. Jane Baker visited her jjr. italph Leae visited a few suits have come from trained physl age farmer and average small mer- "laughter at Nodaway, a few days, last ,,. u.i, u.ith i,.r ,..er. Mrs. clans and nure. The work nf th. chant and business man. Apparently, week- t 4 , . Walter Bradberry and family. physician Is two-fold, namely, In the the age-old taxation principle of ueorge Cottcn vvent to Colorado Mr. Jim Stewart, from Falls City, first place medical Inspection aids the "ability to pay' has been thrown Into on business, last week. iNeb v,te'j scveral days, last week, teacher In providing nnd maintaining the discard by the framers of the rElmer'cAftVi( and Mw' Xi I with her sister, Mrs. John Shepperd sanitary conditions In her school room, scneuuie. Hon nnd rneni planning. They have turiM, IBt tide are to be offered for sale, through the county rami hu-ii-ju to farmers generally, ns well as to those who have wool In the pool. Sample are In the office now, The prices on the blankets nre $3 per pair for the pure woolen articles, .oxSl. double. Auto robes, with a mllnn u-nrn nnd otherwise tnlfC Wool will bo .old nt lO.fa) each, and wool batt ami comforts will be JU.&U eacn for the No. 3 standard size. In announcing this arrangement, Mr. McDaniel says the wool blanket propo sition has been threshed out and It has been found that this proposition is the best obtainable. The price quoted are lower than those quoted on similar good by even the cheapest mall order house, und the quality is guaranteed to Ik- of the best. In concluding his announcement, he say. "Theie prices ate 'bed rock' and no profit. Missouri Campaign Will Be Extended. Solicitors for the U. S. Grain Grow er. Inc.. ooiaineu io. new mi'miti? iat week in I-afayctte county, accord ing to report from Judge I'. K. Don noli, of Waco. Mo., who U directing the campaign in mis " " make a total oi more man suw num ber m Lafayette county, vr.cre mi first intensified campaign ha been ti,a AHv followed a number of weeks of general preparatory wo,k hat covered mucn o: tne wriirm i-.". Judge lonr.eii rrpui. set n goal for the car nnd elected leader for each of the different pro ject. On Fiida ni"lit of thl week, Sept. 2!, another meeting will lie held In the same community nt Exodus school house, nt which time the officer for the niganizntlon will be elected. These will Include a chalrni .n. vice chairman, secretary and school district chairman for each nf the four school district Included in the organization. Any one Intcic.tcd nnd especlal'y thne in the four school districts nam ed have n very cordial Invitation to at tend this meeting and take part in the firogrnm, which has for its aim, the letterment of tlu community life. Other communities which are inter ested should get In touch with us and let us help you work out n schedule for an organization In your commu nity. Membership Campaign. October 10 to 22 ha been definitely set npait as the date for our mem bership campaign for the Farm Bureau In Holt county. Plans nic being laid io Hint every farmer In Holt county will have an opportunity to become n member of the I'nrm Buieau, thereby helping to win the farmer' fight for recognition and n Uaic deal. Many Missouri newspapers lecently have been nubllshlng tlielr platform or creed. An outstanding paragraph "I shall belong to ami pay my Farm Bureau officials. In nnnn.lnir the repeal of tho excess profits tax law, point out that the proper way to encourage Industry would be to lighten the burden on five and ten per cent incomes and Increase It if necessary on those more able to nay It. In this connection, II. C. Mckenzie, director of the newly created taxation service of the American Farm Bureau Federa tion, declares that the charge that the excess profits tax Is passed on to the ultimate consumer, is not true, anil he points out that the people seeking its rcpeul arc not consumers, but the largest corporations with the largest Income. KOSS -NICHOLS, County Agent. Johnson, of Oklahoma, arc making a d f , hcr rcifltveJ. h visit hei J. with relatives and friends. M &nnett rom Aubu Ncbr.( lftc i.TlZZ&FvZ uT.l WUK h iMtlnir his daugnter, Mrs. Byron, the hlle the health officer may treat de fective cases. Health officers prevent her mother, Mrs. Jane Baker. Jmnkle and family. This is very essential to the commu- Ruth Nickels has been visiting her . Thcre wcre 9j n attendance at the nlty. Better health conditions prevail sister. Mrs. James Sines. 'Fortcscue Sunday school, Sunday, and In the home, prol "w ki of " baby PgliL bo n M.22 collection. I We must agree that proper nutrition KiXJ R 1. I A P WM Iv.n at thc hmc,of ' one of the most essential things to uipnuni oin. , 1 r, Tom Cooner. Thursday h -John cottcn, of J-orest Uty at-i ., nf .., ...k; , honor ot :lu,T,h; their son, Raymond Cooper, from .wonder why some children do not look L.'ni ttthh (ma rxion hnrn . 1 1 1 1 i . . tended the funeral of Thorna F. Keat t'll'lllJtll VI lUSt .VIV4 I 1IIHIHMAH At Miim-nn nml nti Oiuell vl.lt-' " , " " " as wen a oincrs unci gel along ed M hl K il'Z aL ? I Is ThirVdav for Mmc tlme' v,'1.tl"f h.om.c f?,k' thcB "n0l worIc- I" " case mon . A Ltssllk Thu.U Tn0,c , Dr. and Mrs, J. L. whcn chiMn alc MnK nUdtli lt U '"-MrrUncVFkenpohl, of Ak- Z "M.rt f " ,aCk f "T r ?ufIUon- Wl rnn flliin rami. In Mm ilav of last "cavcr Jec, jrnon atidltcx btuart children are overfed nnd others not fcI Eerie touZ the 'funero! of her -' - ""' Ka '"S'Ji's?? I,0VRh omC n?1, fC;l,thf r,R'?t L..-.I.... ... i i. . .i.i. ...-.i. ...i.i. I UHSMtvti.. iklnd of food. (Jooil health denends n r . ill il is .i-iiiliK iiii i-i-iv hum A poultry culling demonstration Ui hcr lster In St. Joseph, Mrs. George 1 Miller. I Mr. and Mr. Albert Martin and the oecn urranged for at the hoiiie of Kay ' Mr. --iank Waggoner visited at joia hi it - uu p. m rrii ay, beptem- iTaylor home, last Sunday, bcr 2.1hl. hvt ty person interest! In L.M,-.. Cora Wood, of Forest City, learn ng to cull their own llock. aic 'v,ted in Futbe. Iat Fridav. urgo.1 to come to thl demontrat m. . John Wilson had buslncs In St. Come nnd watch us, whether you n.- .jo.pn),, Friday. Ilevc In it or not. 1 mil finvo'r nnd .on. I'lentls. went om day, lat week. Cordiey ha been vis- ilre and they will be sent in to be en rolled In the club department of the University, and when the lessons come neve in it or not. ' um Guvcr reacher, have you n many as f.ve,,,, St j.Ppi,, , girl that wish to organize a little -ew-1 Mr M F Ine club? If so please send In a list 'uinffhcr iIauKh lllfVAlt linun fli a tun A a In a Ut Is School lljglone and (.eneral Health tnj,, Wc should be careful to give the Problem's VlitMlf.fi the linrwt.nr. Inrrm.ltnnt fn (Delayed letter, September 23, 1921) tho development of good health.' 1. Sanitation. Hot lunches have been Introduced In (a) Specific purpose. many of our schools and so far have (b) Importance. 'proven satisfactory. Rural schools 2. Oiganlzatlon purporting to be over all parts of the different states beneficial In health problem". 'Introduced the hot lunch. No doubt, ."I. Medical service as connected but that the hot lunch or tho warm with the child welfaie. .victuals Is much easier on the dlgcs- 4. Proper nutrition In conjunction tlvc organs and other vital organs o with the other welfare essentials. the body. NOHTY LI LEY, County Superintendent of School i. FOREST CITY. tonsllltl. went to St. Joseph, Monday " "XT' f letter. September 23, 1921) of last week, to take t.eatment,. . I ara L ' T It ' ..-" -W- Scl.aeffer. .laughter. Eva I iitishcr and Laura Baker, , " ,, L.r"."" ora. Kvcrett ai.d .Miss CoIIIo snent Monday evening of lat week .5."mlll! ' !,,'ac,.0 h 2.,'",J,2?i"e'; Glass drove to .Mound City. Tuesday with. Mrs, Mollle Slpe, ... . I,i . . "n, .e . ne M wherc. K"t th. i ... . .. .iu(... .k. rM ii,. .t. w lil "" "inie ocnaencr. All re but cmisldcrelng them from ti c stand- , . h , ln ...,... i,ul MiM . Dura, who will remain for n weck'j l.l.tu'n nt 1.,11-ho. Stlmi.'lV. Vlsllini? 3IISS . dish to supplement the regular I, .; ,-nffi. .point oi me iicaiwi o; me cnim am ow . inc iuic 10 nunc p.an, . Qult( numl,or wcle out to Slin- '""l". " ,, ' Yl,, " "im. '""I serving of hot lunch to the u..i c i.. ...i ,i,nn n 'proper sanitation, we can readily fee. r . itren tm ..inter, rian i uo Shumate niTlvcil at Los An- large crowd at prayer meeting. !ZnJ 'Z il e .i.cce.; of W". Calif.. Sunday, with a car of lj. W. Hal lm U-en in the ho.- 'ab!' n to h n""f .j', chickens, being a week and three day . c. t....i. f.. .u,.. communities in general, anil If allowed ,,. ...m. ., .i, - . '' . r1.. . " i. . to sag would probably cause conld laKIUV llt'Ullll.-IUS, UMl V w . . -I.I-. ...I. come home, Monday of lat wtek. on the road. He will also make a visit with his bi other, at San Francisco, read: .!... ....... 1... I.. !..! .,,. .. I -nai -luvi II kutuin ,u in iifui. r.ti.i- um. .... . . A . . !..! ..II. ...... In. I.... " I, .PI IW S.4K. ii.i,ivii.ii v.n.t.i.ui wmiw.i.Mi. -,.... k. ..nAu trt vina ine noifc w man eveiyboily. .but the. farmer con- V"' fo..nti a qaicVlj as heils your club a STANDARD? There's Hi- 1 ' ,. , . .. adders It a privilege to belong to hi particular organization und farmers as a t in arc fast realizing that mem- bcrthlo In their local, state nnd na tional Farm Bureau I something they need and not something to be "sold" to them. Mr. Furmcr, will you please give this nucstlon of membership in the Furm Bureau your earnest and thoughtful consideration? The pledges which you will lie usked to sign will be continuous from year to year, Just oh long as you desire, to held membership with the organiza tion nnd you have the privilege of can cellation of your membership tit tho end of any year by giving written no tice to the secretary on or before De cember first. Your contract is only binding as long n you want It to be. Wc hone that ou will get that point squarely fixed in your mind right In the beginning. During this campaign the county will be canvassed one whool district lit n time, u school district being con sidered n duy wink for a solicitor und driver. We will probably uo eight holicltors so that eight school district will be worked simultaneously each day. We can use some volunteer so licitors and we also want one man in each school district In the county who will volunteer to take hi car nnd haul a solicitor to each farm In his school district. Are you going to wait until we come nnd u-k you to do this much to help the organization along? We hopo not. We ought to have a volun teer from every school district ami If you nre a real Farm Bureau booster nnd realize that the Farm lluieuu U not simply the county agent and homo demonstration agent out is an orga iilzntion of real farmers banded to getlier to wink out their own problem, then wo know we will liuvc the reuulr 'd number of volunteers nnd thl will determine to a considerable extent tho success which will be ours In this mem bcrshln campaign. let'H till come out, thow our colors, present a united front and put Holt county on the map. Do you happen to know that Holt county, one of the ricnest agricultural counties in mo state, has one of tho smallest and poor est financed Furm Bureaus in Missou ri? Wo should hang our heads in shame and determino to change com! tlons to tho extent that wc can come out on top with one of tho largest or conizations and one of tho best finan' ced, so that we will be able to really do what a Form Bureau U intended to accomplish. It Is up to you as farmers to do this. Will you be weighed In the balnnco and found wanting? Sni-A-IUr Demonstration Coming Soon. ' On October 12 and 13 at Snl-A-Bar farms In Jackson county, a demonstra tion will bo hold showing the result of four years' breeding up process by the use of puro bred bulls and grade cows. This demonstration was started by the late, Col. W. R. Nelson, and is to con tinue thirty years. On the morning; of the 12th, there will be some addresses given, describ ing the plan3 which ore being followed out, after which' free lunch will be served to the crowd, by tho Nelson estate and the afternoon will be given .a" develop a oriucp Two I'r.tted Statu seniors nd ont governor Ian week adoed Uieir in dorsement to those ef vtrtBU wr person of promir.enc who hs ir-vesti-gated the plan. Snter Anhar Cap per, of Kansas, and Senator B. t. .add. of North Dakota, and Governor Samuel It. McKelvie. of Nebraska, are the latest exponent oi tr.e pin. letter that are remarkably similar to ..,inl..t iliov nolnt out that the I. S. Grain Growers, Inc., offer to pro ducer an uvenue througn wnicn mo can obtain a greater proportion of the consumer's dollar unu hbn' price which the law of supply and icniaii'i i.i.ui"i . The men nt the head of the move- orrt cpmiinif out ..unmix ui their friends to beware of the activities of the committee headed by h. It- Main-field, of tne i.mcago uoiu u. 'rade. That commiueo, wnmi ' .i...i. r..i.i .,f sr.n.oon to be used In defeating the Grain Growers and the County Agent movement, ha been In active for two week, and It I believed that this Is only the calm before the stoim. It I barely possible that Muiis field' committee I only waiting for the storm to blow over that was ra sed after hn tried, unsuccessfully, to link the Gruln Growers with Socialism. New Tax tsclicuuic rum i iriuium on Profiteering. Analyst of the new proposed tax i.in ..MM. .....Hill rental tic excess profits tax on corporations nnd in ciease the normal tax from 10 to 12a percent, vlitually put a tax on juoi- 1 ll.C -Mr. George Gore and daughter ' "',"'.': ,,.,. j v.i, v.i.ln.- iiaKC up sanitation in u somen nut were shopping In U h ... Hi. h . lrabol.at. ,ucu,on. In the main we .,V, ' ''.""r.': c. '"'r'V find that most schools lack in this par. The Home Demonstrat'on agent will come and give Instructions for the or ganization und beginning of the r'ub work. , .11. . .,,?. ..mill." 7ll'l i-. A oo u the cool days come the mi.. r.. n.,..n.; r m.in.,. .kn.i.. mi i.. ii :. i. ' ? """"."- .iiiiiiit-ii w ii.ruiiist .iiu muuii-ii- lllg hot lunch, for the school clill it the ea lest way. Get the lesions for the children to work out for trem solve, thus making the serving of a hot dish valuable to the children in more way than one. At the same time help put Holt county on the map in Mamiarti ciun worse. Grttine an Early Start. Ti time now for action, your club to icrew: Make re.-dy for service the entile ear through; hncourase your towns boys ana girl ' , s ...m. Reonre and Murl ' ,H 'ometimc tieccssarv mat n nf nn . , , , nl,0 nitciici B00)i to enrol:. ... ' .teacher should adopt certain neaiin . ., won n tho second -Mr. Jess Scrogglns spent Sunday 'n In ' carrying out a nucccss u . . A"cto n hu on0 with her mother. Mm. Bill Guyer. i''":"''"' hot for trtc second baseman to handle -Mollle and Marie Cotten spent "''"Hf; Jtn7nfiZVM: nnd was safe at first. Conncll and Blr- Sundi.y with Kathleen Whit more. ftX.,"1 mlngham walked, filling the bases, and -Post Hughe and family spent ta,n,ntS.& on the fist ball pitched Tramberger Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Chas. ul$ffiS32k ffi'&l'VS ' . . ...... .... j.L.'nnd distribution of health iltcratuie. Conne ?.rth? .nl.'.w,? Iieuian iiuyer peni iui r . .. l...i .. .-i. ...uii , ,u. u tne game, iiuucnc: uwiiv uim u, with Mrs. Karnic bipes, out wa aoie to .. - ..... ..i. . . . A.'iitid ii.ia. ti. rrn rnmm ini pi i ll. ... . . or nt w(eK. i"""". r'-'- . . r i.prore return nir Home. -Mr. Lewi Holiait and son. Virgil, , ".'F 'jf;. n;,c ",7 "? I -The 'ocal team defeated tho Swift of san orion V beV erheaUh con: OlanU.or S ""P." Idltlon. and this Is so .Important a port ' "" "tanlllS went to St. Joseph Friday John Burn had tiusine seph. Monday of till week, " i.i. n ..i .i i.ii.i.,;.. I., St. J... 'of sanitation, is to ucuer neaiin con -Ulley Worley and wife went to lf ,'c,,",Ti, ,w , sVlsr or a f'nt"ro of the game was tho pitching lllgelowMonday. to spend a few days f Ihe'health ""id? fc- for the local, who held thj IWIln rCIUllVf?. . ! . l.l .,-t, UIUIUV iu mire inn aim ruuvr w ..... , , ! -Cecil. Chrtssle and Marie Worley F"? ", ,.. ,h n men. Hagland for the Giants, outside. y:V.... ' .teacher should Set paco they can follow, cadi one. to the go-l. reason why vou Snould add to It charter one more seal or twoj Mix fun with your labor, keep cheery and sweet. Do well every" project, your best rec ord beat. line to nffirlal o! Ill-Vllllh 1, , ,. I liuieau rviiciuimii, i Missouri an i uiu . . manamenl( wth Mw. Uau, Walt as who lia0 bee . Ijing he PIW'W j.j,,,,.1 with Mrj c 0 Vj. schcilulo. . llie.bll now peid nk nuo .' . -u-ri,,,.,. an.i m.ai It isn't the things that we thought we would do, But real deeds accomplished, though tliey may seem fewj No unfinished records, howe'er well be- Run, Will count in the score when the con test Is done. A. L. T. Cummlng In Maine Club Echoes. Mr. Nelson Noland is conducting a demonstration In making bread In which the value of the bread mixer Is tested. She has reported that she sav ed 30 minutes in the process, over the time that It takes to make tho same amount by the old hand kneading pro cess. She has asKiii scverai or. ncr friend to make the same test also, ami thei. tVcy are going to meet and discus the merits and faults of the In cad mixer. If you are Interested call up Mr. Nolami ..nil And out what she ha to say about It. Last Friday night there was a mass meeting of the Farm Buieau members at the Idlowlldo school house. The meeting was for the purpose of organ izing for more intensive work. A splen- d nrnirram of work wa laid out and leader for each nroject was elected. l or the women part or. tno pro gram wa chosen: Clothing, with Miss Viola Blevlns a leader; household XXX. Fortescue. (Delayed letter. September 23, 1021) It nanny wnrtn wnuc to discuss me - , . p,,-.,. citv Atli. funrtlon of each one of these onranlza- Raglan I and Lcwlsi Forest Cit. Alll- spent Friday with her mother, Mrs, IttimlMl. Purrv Mellee nnd Geo. Williams, from Foiest City, finished plastering the office and hardware department for the Arkansas Valley lumber yard, last Friday, and Agcl Carter and i.um Lease arc casing it up mis ween. Hazel Carter left Sunday morning fill' nn extended visit with tier sister. Mrs. Ben Starklcy and family, ot lies Molne, Iown. The Missionary ladles wish to thank the people for their patronage and kindness shown them at tho Ice -r.im snel.il. rlilav light. llicy cleared above expense 2'J.CO, which will be used for the uencnt oi tne new rbur ll. Tnlin Hem v Bunker, from Preston, Nebr., was here, last Satuulay, looking after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Boyd Spent Sunday with Itcv. nnd Mrs. J. W. How- ci ton. . , . Tim nKvf rriru ar mlsslonap uusi ness meeting will bo held October o, at the School auditorium, and tho piesldent, Mm. K. E. Boyd, requests all member to be piescnt, as there Is some very Important business to tnlk Camp as lender; nutrition and meal ovcr, , ..... ... M iim Mr nli-nnl,,... M. inrmt ll.mner lo.nl..r! Mr. and Ml s. . M. Huffman, Mr. would iignicii in' i""" corporations, those with $..w,wu or - " .. aml Mrs. Al on No more of Invested capital. 'and Mrs Emll Llnnold leaders with Mr. and Mrs. in nil ruses the rate ncrea.oil for,0"1.1, i"s; -m . "PP0 ' .1:auc"' . fmiu. - , , IUJn i0 worn ot organizing, i- ; , . ncomcs under 10 ner cent and necrcas-1 ., ... . ..t Mr. and Mrs. .i r.i.. ,iir.u over that amount Here Is how the new schedule will ..-.M-lf. A romnrntlon. with an invest ed capital of $r,0,000 and earning 10 nor rent now navs $300 tnxes. Under the now law It would pay $375. The samo corporation earning 20 per cent now nnvs SUMO and under the pro posed law would pay onlv $1,000. If a concern of that size should earn 50 per cent on Its Invested capital now, tho tnx would bo $7,160, while under the nrnnoEed law It would only be $2,876 Tn mw how "blir business" Is fav ored by the new schedule, It is only noresnrv to dance at the taxes a ii nnnnnn .and those a $10,000,000 con rem would nay. as compared with those they pay now. Taking tho one million dollar Concern first, It la shown that the tax on a ten per cent income now- Is $12,860 as compared with $12,- 2G0 under the proposed law. However, as the income Increases, the tax de creases in tho new schedule, until tt is shown that a one million dollar concern earninor 33 1-3 ner cent on its Invested capital now pays $102,103, while under the new rate It would pay only $41,416. The ten million dollar corporation fares even bettor, proportionately. At nresent. the tax on a 10 per cent In come for it would bo $135,200, as com pared with $124,760 if the proposed Kxodu school house, Thursday night. September vo. A program commltteo was appointed, consisting ot the teacn crs from the four schools In the com munitv: Miss Tracy Blevlns. of Idle wildc; Miss Mary Alklre, of Walnut Grove; MUs Catherine McKee, of Burr Oa'.:, and Mrs. Earl Scarlet, of Kxodus. A good program. Everybody Invited. There will be something good to eat, toj. C. D. ZOOK, GUY h. CUMMINS. Prest. Cashier. AUTUMN CURRY. Asst. Cash. ZOOK & ROECKER BANKING CO. OHEGON i i t MISSOURI Established 1871. :o: The oldest bank in the county. Trans acts a general banking business. In terest paid cm time deposits. Drafts old on all the principal cities of the country and Europe. Have maie spe cial arrangements to collect money due from estates In foreign countries. The accounts of fanners, merchants sod Individuals respectfully solicited Special care given to any business in trusted tf us. itlev sncnt Sunday Tim liuuman ami John Shennerd, Mrs tin. Sttnu'nrt mill Mr J. licit BtUQtt spent Sunday afternoon with Itcv. and lj t W llnii'fti'tnn. J. nr. nnd Mr.-. J. U Cox, Doris Beaver, Ethel Stuart, Professor Roger Smith and Bob Heaver took Sunday evening supper with Mr. and Mrs. ti lls Beaver. . . , . Mrs. S. M. Howard spent iosi week, visiting nt the Dave Butts home In St. Joseph, and also taking medical treatments. Mrs. H. Ramsey spent Friday witn Mrs. Jess Brown and family. TjwiI Pnvnter. from Kansas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poynter and son, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, U. F. Poynter and daughter. Mrs. Thomas Hill, from forest City visited several days lost weeic with her son, J. W. Hill and family. MU Maud Grlser accompanied her sister, Miss Nellie Grlser, to Fay ette, where Miss inciiio win college this year. We wish Miss Nel lie success in her undertaking. Miss Marie Shepperd and Mr. Oren Butrick were week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Metzer, or m t r i n.!.. tlons; but In. a more brief way I will on am, iramoerge . Sunday. Thornhlll. Hlnkle and daughter came Suturday evening, from Burlington. Colo., and aro mov ucu , -- ..7 .-,' r ...... amount of Interest not only In the ""5 "'"Zo ulth h..r folks Mr ,"h0,J.'.UlnI' Ln,l,,C hm" Wh"C " InYMrM The school and home as a social for their ' household goods tonrrtw. r..l,r hrln., nlio.it nrtlvs. rn.onerntlon U. I. worns mauo a uusn.o. .( on proper try to give the most essential features 7"r-"n( " ,or relative to health crusadework. 'aV -5r-s.Tom.BunkVronMrs.Sa..le rjrSl. r'. ?" V' orwick snen J "'loy jnin r. iv-.c.,, Surt lie kIn,,C(i from ,ime , Bunker, of Mound Cit. 'time In order to stimulate the needed Mrs. Ira rrnnk and daughters . i,r.. . ni.. in th the part of the community If the to St. Josenh. Mom per methods are pursued In getting : s? Monday noon cr. of Imgdon, proper meinou are pursued in gewng c.,i, unlno; nnA people Interested In the social welfare Mo., come down So '""H'W'itW of one nnd another. When the social spent the -night and Sunday here wltk lhnses arc looked after, tho term san- Mrs. I J. Scott received a card itation is very iiyquentiy iirougni up Mr. nml Mrs. J. T. Scott. n rnnnil tnli o discussion nmonff r"'."' ' film tat lor a roun t louio . iscu.s.on among c ,, Unyh,l, gay- patrons anil teacner. it is inrougn ; . , . j.,,i lUt, Im'i community leagues that the school ie- InfC tht they arrived at their Journey celves the greatest results from the en.l at Asisumptton. III.. Septcm bcr 16, viewpoint of sanitation. That Is to In thejr w, anil mM that the roads say, where people residing in a com- were mud.ly through Missouri, bu t munlty gather as an organic unit to moM. o' tho irest ' KfS foster principles of a sanitary' naturo They left here, Saturday ueptemoer or to adopt a certain code or measures m.i,i nj ci,k. i, regulating or governing the same.' ChivWmiAnf wolk Itlffht here we must admit that tho ready. for nny kind of work. teacher needs tht help of tho patrons I "W,J Mrs John ?ar.V n.e very much more helr enlightened along the Importance of f Mound City, re urnlngl school sanitation, nnd they ore nati.r- W I Zttr Molv we nllv tnklnir mote Interest In tho pride Urasel was some better, Mondo, we of tho school, not for tho sake of beau- nro glad to . t ty, but mostly for the soke of health ..."T'V'". rA. J qituiXv ewnlnir conditions of their children. Of Highland, nStw SP1: course, the teacher and county super- wh?ro sho Is nI . Mr Cliarley Intendent of schools aro very much with daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charley concerned In t ils nnaso ot worn, u 1iuti- nn Iibv hnnlil hn ulnrn thev aro the hundoy oeing Cllffoid Wilson's after Sunday school, a number of his cinss-matcs and friends returned home with him and helped him to enjoy his birthday. Attorney A. ai. iiddcis, oi mounu 12th birthday, Mr. nml Mrs. uon Darren went iu . Mnnr Pnlnt. Rntunlav. where Mr. Bar- examination of children of school ncre. rett is working on the school house i have In my possession health cards, that is being built there. (which aro to bo used by the teacher, leaders nnd directors of all the educa tlonnl work from a literary vlownolnt. Tho greatest handicap, as I sco it, Is a lack of co-operntlon between patrons sXed through" oVganVzaTlon: City, was transacting business In our Medical service Is almost separate .city, Monday. . nnd nnart from the teacher's work, al- -Orvel Norris and son spent ai- thouch mnnv teachers endeavor to urday In bt. Joseph dclvo Into the medical and clynlcal side of the child's welfare and thereby lose sight of the principles of which she is capable of doing. As we know there are many defects among children and there should be careful attention given them by some one who Is versed in this particular field of work, namely a trained nurse or physician. The teacher is more or less able to detect some of commonest symptons of diseases or tell when the child has bad or defective teeth or hearing, or whether there Is something; wrong with the eye-sight. This may bo very east ly discovered by teachers If they only will give ample time and attention to It. She should be aware of trying to doctor something she has no knowl edge of in the least. ' In many places there are skilled nurses or physicians to examine the school children and it Is a good thing. Some states hovo laws governing the We carry a full line of Eastman Kodaks and Films, KODAK FINISHING BRING YOUR FILMS TO US EXPERT WORK SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HENN1NGER DRUG CO. Oak Grove for Next Lord's Day. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m., Elmer Allen, superintendent Preaching at 11:00 and 7:45. Come. ALBERT MARTIN. P.Sr-Watch for our rcviv&1 &n nouncement at Tdle Wildo soon.