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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. FtUDAV. SEPTEMBER 30, 1921
MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
By OuHn Sughnw
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This is the real
show, men, f
Not the rehearsal.
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A rehearsal is the same as a show only nobody
comes around to see it.
This display of Fall suits is a real show-first, be
cause it offers something really new second, be
cause it is being patronized.
We are urging every man in Oregon and vicinity to
see these suits and test our values NOW so that
they will know where to come when the time
A hearty welcome awaits you at our door.
Come in and browse around.
THE MAN'S STORE
Mm. C. 1). Kcrn received a utroke
if p.iraly.l, on Sent. 8, and In In a
very jerioun cniidltlon, owIiir to her
-The mule lia a kick that Ifr vicious
ami iii()nii.lilnc lia one that l.i woife.
tint the lionie-tov. 11 knoeker currlc. the
hiKKot wulliip of them all.
-Jiidiro Duniraii had a time. Mnn.
da of thin week, In the piobate coun.
.mi -. j. i. walker nroiiRlit ult analniit
thi' estate of the late Matilda Walker
fin $1,500 for caie and mtnMiiK of the
derraeil ilurlmr the la.t five years of
the life of the deceased. Judite Dun-
k:ih illalloeil the claim.
Mr. Arrh Clew lm tetuineo
fiom her vllt to Denver and Kte
I'.itk. While in Denver idie vMteil
Mi. A. II. Smith, formerly of Craiir.
niul Mr. II A. Maron. who a form.
eil Mr. Corn Anwlment, of thl city.
- wur county court wa In rcMlou,
Miinilay, ai a hoard of anneal on the
mercliantn' nnfeMmonti", hut there
were feu, If any chanKo.
-1 . 11. iiauiey, wnrKlni; ror Joe
l.entz, in Nodaway tnwnhli, fell from
a uai;on. bntunlay hint, and hmke hU
aim. Dr. Wood et the arm and C. II.
I nrnund, doini; an well a could be
hvcry man lia a knock for the
man with a pull.
Chan. Aniclnicnt If h.ick from hi
outmir down on the White Hlver and In
the ()r.aiki. lie vislled hi brother,
Alliert, who IIvim nt Ava, Mo.
Ai'conlinif to the icporU from
Si-rietury of Slate Meckel 'n office,
theie were .'WTJS:! motor car llcemio
lnued from the automobile department
or hln nmce iIuiIiik the first clRlit
monthn of IU21. The department ha
collected nnd turned over to tho rtate
mad fund JWIll.M'.i from the-e II
Kor Sale A Duroc-Jer.ey Path'
finder Hoar, pedigreed.
J. H. I-AUK.
I W. C. Proud, M. D., Kye, Ear,
I Throat and No Spclallt. Offlcn,
l'hysicun.' & surrean uulldinic, 7tn
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nnd Fhvieli StJ
Cvrmnn M. K. Church.
We mot heartily Invite cveiy one to
the H'rvlccii next Sunday.
rreachim; at the Oregon church bun
At thi" Nodaway church, Sunday
night. You are welcome.
H. A. PEt.DMAN.
THE UNfVERSAL CAR
The simplicity of the Ford car, itj stability
(in comtruction, the famous heat treated
IVanailuim steel with its marvelous strength
and flexibility tho low cost of operation and
'maintenance, us case in operation, all have
inade the Ford car the great favorite in every
land in the world. It's the one car that always
satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question
that all can afford. Wc will be pleased to have
your order. Don't delay because the demand
is heavy all the time. Wc h.ivc almost every
thing in motor car accessories, sell the
genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in
mechanical repair work.
Oregon. :-t Missouri
l.ln Whitmore died at Forbei.
Monday of lust week, Sept. 19, and
was burled in the Forbes cemetery, on
Wednesday. Ho way 24 yearn of oro.
lie Is survived by his wife and two
Dr. ltoy Momun, of SUIdmorc,
n.cnt Wednesday of la.t week with his
mother, Mm. II. F. MmiWU .-.
accompanied by I.U friend, John Mas
'".i-John Taylor, of Forbes, was in
town, tho other day, and he tells us
he cinccts to pull out for California
SexrS m..l will likely locate at
Uinir lleach. If he does, Holt county
wiU lose a mlKhty KU all-around
CitilTho Clair Watson public sale,
Saturday Inst, though a wet one, was
a good one. There was a Kood crow. ,
nnd prices ranKed Rood and liberal.
Shoats brouRht 10 to 11 cents, and take
tho Balo as u whole, It was a Rood av
crage one. t pIeasure
, .in-oUmi to know that
"chooT KrindiK alonK so nicely un
derho direction of Pro .Thornton a
mincrintendent, mi'l i,llss f up , , C
nrPnclnal. The pupils In both the hitch
KoCl grade1; ire do!nB Rood wok.
The high k'"1 enrollment Is unusual
ly larFo thlsyear.
tloTat Corning, according to tho
mr. was n ilecided success, both
financially and socia ly. IM are a.
WS.KnWmS. "f Mnd City.
Jonn v. . . ,.vortIff
und6 iko'a hnp'of "only 30. .Ho
A II has his whiskers, not hrmB
shaved since tho v
raham Lincoln. Although 80 years of
niro ho keens his own house; noes n
own ?ooklngP and makes hla , own soap
and he says, "I'm pretty well, tnanic
Public Admlnlstrntor Mlna Wright
is enjoying a vacation, visiting her
mother nt Moran, Knnfa.
Joseph W. Ilandall, of Omaha, was
here last week, visiting with his chil
dicn, Mrs. John PctcM, Mrs. Chas.
Hunt, son, Sam, of this section, and
Mrs. Will Kollmer, of St. Joseph. He
makes hU homo with his daughter,
Mr. Mnttln Ilnrnes. of Uma ha. 110
will be 83 years of ugo In November.
Mrs. w. W. Dutton, of Oklahoma
City, Okia., was here last wecK, inter
viewing our pronaie juuge.
will' lllll nml wife, of Fortescue,
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Bell
villc. of Atchison, Kansas, were guests
of J. H. Kceves and family, one day,
last week. ,
The Corning Mirror ot lasi wee
ti-lla us the liberty pole, erected In
Coming In 1018, and tho first one to
bo erected bi tho county during the.
World War, had become In such bad
.minn thut it had to le cut down.
The one erected In Oregon, July 4,
1918, is still 80 feet nign ann in a
splendid state of preservation the
...J nmn In thi mtintV.
We oro inuccu ri j w w
tho serious Illness of V. M. Hnmsher,
1.. un l.no,l nt llm TtnnV nf
Mound City. His condition Is such special invitation Is given to any In tho
neignuornooii who nave never aiicnutu
the Sunday school, and to all who used
to come, but havo removed from the
Mrs. E. F. Wcllcr, of Maitland,
Is enjoying a visit from her sister,
Mrs. George Jewell, who for the past
sixteen years has been residing at
Portland, Oregon. They formerly re
sided In Maitland.
Mrs. Emma Tehle.'of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Miss Gusta Dohmann, of
St. Joseph, were guests of Mr, and
Mrs. Fred Hoffman, for a few days,
the past week. They returned to St.
that he Is confined to a hospital at Los
Gatos, Calir. We hope tor n suosiun
tlal and speedy recovery.
Tho Maitland Herald has Installed
a new Cranston pi ess a long felt
want for newspaper printing. Wo
surely congratulate the Herald.
ThrmKrli thn Maitland Herald we
hoar that Mrs. Ed Kneale's health has
b come such that she and husband
have gone to Clayton, New Mexico, In
tho hppo that climatic conditions may
rtig shipment of Tantac just ro
ceived. Henninger Drug Co., local
Do you know that when you buy
u pint of our separator cream at 25
cents, you get tho cream from more
than a gallon of milk We delivri In
pint and quart bottles,
E. A. KUNKEI .
Mrs. Henry Wels nnd daughter,
Ethel, accompanied by Miss Chartcno
Herman and Mr. nnd Mrs. I. in Carroll,
motored to Holyoke, Colo., last week,
whcie they will visit relative-and
I havo for salo 23,000 fee' of:
good Cottonwood Lumber. $H0.0tf at I
the mill, $.ir.00 delivered at Oregon.
Leuvo orders with John Snapp or my
telf. D. M. MAKTIM.
A meeting of the citizens nf Ore
gon and vicinity will bo held, Friday
night, Stfpt. 30, at the Community
Itoom. If you are Interested in having
tho railway start again, be sure and
attend this meeting, as the question
Is a vital one, and this meeting should
bo attended by all our people.
A Ilox Supper and Pio Social will
bo given at the White school house,
Friday evening, Sept. 30. Everybody
invited to attend.
Union Sunday school will have a
Holly Day and basket dinner, October
nth, Kverynouy inviieu la come, ann a
One Size Package
All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of the
finest tobaccos arc concentrated on this one cigarette
Into this ONE BRAND, wc put the utmost quality.
Nothing is too good for Camels. They arc as good as it's
possible to make a cigarette.
Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high,
exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same
mellow-mild refreshing smoothness the taste and rich
flavor of choicest tobaccos and entire freedom from
And remember thisl Camels come in one size package
only 20 cigarettes just the right sizo to make the greatest
saving in production and packing. This saving goes
straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you
can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price.
Here's another. We put no useless
frills on the Camel package. No "extra
wrappers!" Nothing just for show!
Such things do not improve the smoke
any more than premiums or coupons. And
their added cost must go onto the price
or come out of the quality.
One thing, and only one, is responsible
for Camels great and growing popularity
that is CAMEL QUALITY.
Kl. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WluUa-Stba, N. C