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f ;News from Bigelow
-Smti McKee Is on the sick-list, tills week. Mr. Ethel Osborne Is ontlie sick list, tills week. -iR.'L'. Drldgmoti was In Mound City, Saturday. V. A. Solleder was a St. Joseph visitor, .Tuesday. Frank Walker was an Oregon visitor, Monday. Mr. Krally Cbunlng Is on the Bisk list, this week. lien I'ete Hunt Is reported on the Kick list, this week. Charley Hunt was a Forest City visitor, last Sunday. J. E. Slater was a St. Joseph pas nenger, Tuesday noon. -Dick Larrabee was on the sick-list several days last week. Harry Dodson a as a St. Joseph visitor, one day last week. I). W. Jessup made a business trip to Mound city, i uewiay. Mrs. Ross Orerlay was a Mound City vwtor one uay last week. W. F. (lain was down fromCoun ell Muffs, Iowa, last Saturday. I'ete Catron shipped a carload of apples iu iwiifturuii, .itu-i numij. George Courier was repairing the livery uarn several uajs mi cc. John Coughlln shipped a carload of hay to Craig, one day last week. -Mrs. Ilradford Williams was a Mound City visitor.onedayiaaiweek. Darrell Schoon'over vas visiting with relatives In SU Joseph, Sunday. -Jasper Odell, of llethel neighbor hood, was In town last Saturday even ing. Guy Jones Is In St. Joseph, this week, serving on the Federal petit jury. II. M. Davis was transacting bnslness In Korest City, one day last week. It. Krusor was looklns after business matters In St. Joseph, last Friday. -Mrs. W. F. Ilaln Is In Council IIIurTs, Iowa, this week, visiting with friends. J. K. Slater attended an Insurance meeting In Mound City, last Monday tternoon. Felli Gambrel was looking after business matters In St. Joseph last Saturday. flcnry.Schoonover was up from St, JoseWvftltlng with home folks Jut Sunday. Don't forget that V A. Solleder Is In the race for the NewaJeffersonlan automobile. Hay King John Coughlln was transanctlng business In St. Joseph lastSaturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Allen, of Craig, were visiting with relatives here, Monday. Ilcrl Golden and wife were down from Maltland, last Sunday, visiting with friends. W. M. Troxel was down from Craig, oru- day last week, looking af ter business alfulrs. Mrs John llreckenrldge.of St .lo. aeph. visited with Nathan Adams and -family, last Tuesday. Mrs. 0. M. Lirr.tbee and .Mrs. Jennie A ppleman were .Mound City visitors, last Monday. Mrs. .lull.! Garrett, of Itoy.Mont., was visiting several days lat week with Mrs. Henry Jones llro. (), W. Adams preached an Interesting sermon at the Christian church, last Sunday evening. . Mrs. John Krusor Is here from -Itock Port; Mo., assisting Mrs O. W, Adai.&,.wlf U her housework. Mrs. Nlma Graves was over from Mound CUW Tuesday, visiting with her sister, Mrs. M, II. Melton. Mr. and Mrs. A. J-:. Smith and daughter, Miss Nellie, were shopping In St. Joseph, last Saturday. H. A. florchers and wife and Geo. Crlswell and wife' were over from Mound City, one day last week. Art Stuart, who lives on the J. K. Slater farm, lost a valuable horse by lightning, last Sunday night. Harold Kahn. better known as 'Gabe,"is In Jackson, Minn., this week selling a car ioaa oi appies. Art Stuart and Charley Morris, of the Forttscue neighborhood, attended loage nete last Saturday evening. Mrs; Clara Davis, and daughter. Vera, were visiting with W. M. Trox el ana rainuy in iraig, last sunaay, Maltland, several days the first of the week, visiting wmi relatives, Dr. J. L. Hogan and wife were here from Oregon, last Sunday, visit- 1 .. I.I. rt. LS f Mr.in ...1 I M m 1 1 M nivil ' r.nivgni, mw lauiui Mrs. Guy Jones visited with her mother, Mrs. k. openman, in siouna City several days, the Brit of the week. 1. W. -Cunningham, of Oregon, Mo., was visiting with his niece. Mrs. Walter Ilradbury, several days, last week. ttornev Dose Drldireman and family came up from Oregon In their car iaat bunaay ana visited wmi rela tives., -Mrs. A. W. Chunlna. Mrs. F. K. Allen and Mrs. 0. W. Poynter vlsiud with Mrs. E.sBpellman to Mound City, Tuesday. W.H. Stuart and E. Boyd rs turned' tj Friday morning from Brooklqgs.S.D., where they had been Sjb3g,S4?illS- . . .! r . Wit. BeHlgnt was down from Bnnlr Port., list Saturday, looklne ef- Mr dmIdsm affairs and renewing old .aeauaintaDCW. -John Coughlln, C. S. McKee and Dick Larrabee attended the big in Ulan picnic, about six miles south of Itulo, Nebr., last Tuesday. Mrs. T.J. Ilrldgmon and daugh ter, Dorothy, were visiting with Grandma and Mrs. Nate Flke In Mound City last Saturday. diss. Hunt left Sunday afternoon for Omaha, where his wife, who went there several days ago to visit with a sister, Is reported lo be sick. -Mr. It. C. Ilatswell. hay king, No. 2, was here from Ited Oak, Iowa, several days, the tlrst of the week, looking after his hay Interests. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Summer and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDonald and fam ily, of II u lo, Nebr., were visiting wish J, I). Morris and family, last Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. 0. Walden visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Graham, last Sunday, and Mr. Walden attend ed Sunday school here, Sunday morn ing. Mm Martin, who has been work ing for Dave Romlne, for some time, left Tuesday for Illunt. S. I)., where he will work for Jim Itomlne, this fall. I'ete Ilumpus and wife, from north of Oregon, were vlsttng with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Overlay last Sunday, and Mrs. Overlay returned home with them for a few days' visit. I'atTwyman and wife are the proud parents of a baby girl, who came to their home last Friday, Dr. Hogan In attendance, who reports ev erybody getting along nicely. We are glad to see that our old friend Goody Is keeping In trim for that Fred Harvey banquet. Those big feeds are coming pretty thick, Goody, and you better be a little care ful. (Julte a number of our Sunday school workers will attend the (If teenth annual convention of the Holt County Sunday School convention In Forest City, next Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Ed. Gamewell and daughter, who have been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mary Jackson, for sev eral weeks, returned to her home In Venango, Neb., the latter partof last week. Lum Yount and wife are the proud parents of a baby boy who came to their home one day last week. All concerned reported tobe getting along nicely, with the exception of Grandpa John Gallop. Llirhtnlnir struck a corn crib. owned by A. E. Smith, west of town one evenlnir last week, and besides. scorching It pretty badly tore off sev eral ooarus, uut lucxuy ma not sti the crib on tire. J. E. Slater Is bach I ne this week. while his wife Is visiting with rela tives In St. Louis, and Mr. Slater In vites his friends down to samole his cooking, and we are told that J K. Is a goon cook, too. llro. Jelllson and wife returned home last Monday evening from Gower. Mo., where they have been assisting In a series of meetings. There were seventy-eight conversions during the meeting. Nick Illand and Othu Hinkle left Monday noon for their home In Camn Crook, S. D The bojs have, about one hundred head of cattle to take care of and iUlte a lot of hay to put up on me rancn at, name. Chile ThomoFon bouulit an extra line live-) ear-old horse, one day last week, In Mound City and placed him In the barn here for a driving hor-u. This Is an extra Hue single driving horse and safe for any lady to drive. Mr and Mrs. Frank Sneer and lit tle on, of St Joseph, spent the week end with J. K. Slater, who Is bach ing, tins week, and we are assured uy Mr. and Mrs. Speer that J E.. Is a llrit class cook and we sure believe It, too. MVC .l.l.CI IIVIHG UtIC MB P , week, from St Joseph, where lie Is having his arm treated at the Sis ters' hospital. Chances are he will have to stay In the hospital another wonU And 111 rulllrnntl tlin lnttui- m,t t .. .1 A tin,. ..no liftmd ,1... In. of the week. Hob Ilrown renorts the mudhole. Just west of Mt. Calvary church, which has been giving the people In thai neighborhood so much trouble for some time, In pretty good shape ana witu a nine more attention win be O. K. once more. J. D. Morris was In town last Fri day with a wagon load of mighty line watermelons, watermelons are pret ty scarce this year and what few there are are commanding a good price, and when Joe don't raise some nice mel ons, well, It Isn't J. I'., that's all. A U. S. deoutv revenue collector was here.'last Saturday, cliecklnu ur our merchants, who are selling tobac co ana cigars, to seen mey naa prop er revenue licenses, and we are glad to report every one was "jonnnyon the spot" and showed a clean record. Benton Adklnson cranked up his t oia "tin Liizzie macnina last aa urday evening and brought Joe But rick. Jessie Hlnes. and W. W. Wait' goner to lodge with htm. Denton says that's all right to call It a "Jit ney." All right, Ben, anything that's rigut, you Know. ProsDects are now that there will be some good hunting around here this fall. All of the lakes and low places are full of water and quite a lot of land has been leased for hunt ing purposes. The Bigelow Gun club has quite a lot or territory leasea ana expect some nne snooung. Mrs. D, Hogan Is here this week from Farley, Iowa, visiting with her son, Dr. F. E. Hogan and family. Mrs. Hotran has been vlsitlntr with relatives In Clay: Center. Kan.j for several weeks and stopped off here on her way homo to visit' here and with Iter sot), air. H aosa, oi urvgoq, . We are jtlad to know that our old filled. Goody, of Triumph fame; got back home all right from that St. Joseph trip without anj accidents, and we also note that Mrs. GOodhart sent him home several days before she returned,- which just-goes .tosnow who Is "who" on Goody's ranch. Eh, Goody? ' , ' wire J the tlrst of the week for elec- trie lights and now, has an up-to-date garage and will hannieall kinds of re pairs ana oils tor ine auiomoune ami will also do rsDalrlnir. An eleirant electric sign has been placed on the front of the building that Is sure a dandy. With the bermlsslon of the weath er man, E. E. Moore expects to sow about three hundred acres of fall wheal. Mr. Moore has an ol -du engine and can plow twenty acres a day as soon a the ground gets dry enough to work. Here's hoping he will get on the good side of the weath er man and gel that wheat In the ground. Dave Yount and wife and J. C. Bedmond and wife were In St. Josenh several days last week attending the big Stockers and Feeders show and wlille there llirr v Is led the stook yards and went through one of the packing plants. The ladles report that the men only ran away from them once while In the "City Worth rvniie," which is a preity goou record for the two gentlemen. Ben Freeman and his two little girls, Hazel and Edna, took quite sick one evening last week Just after sup per and It Is thought they were poi soned by something they had eaten for their sunoer. Dr. Ilonan was called and pronounced It a case of pto maine poisoning, anu soonnau ins pa tients out of danger. Little Hazel was the worst of the three and It took quite a while to relieve her. Joe Lauekemnrr ordered an axle for his Overland car twice last week and each time received the wrong sire, so he took the morning train for St Joseph, where he had one made and returning on the evening train, pui me new axie in piece ana urove the car home, and the strange Dart of the transaction was that ne had an axle made In St. Joseph cheaper than tne urm wouiu sen mm one. L. W. Notlev returned one dav last week from llrooklngs, Tel.. where he visited a few days with old friends, and l'arls, Tex., where he visited several days with his brother, wiiuam. wnom ne nau not seen tor thirty-nine years. Mr. Notley says their corn croD down there has been gathered and they are now picking ineircoiion, wriicn promises totx s fair croo. Mr Nollev's brother lives In the city, having retired from the rarm several years ago. County Assessor l'errf W. Ram say, of the New I'olnt neighborhood, was Interviewing our citizens, one day lasi week. Berry was winking one eye toward where the sun should have been shining In all his glory, wearing the usual smile. Wonder If that smile ever comes off? Any old time that I'erry don't get a llst-ofall your property, tin wagons and all. even though they are four years old wmi inree wneeis in me junK pile, well. It Isn't I'erry, that's all. Charley and Elmer Darker, the tlrst of the week, purchased through Krusor Ac Co a tlrst class threslilne machine outfit. The separator and engine are brand new; the separator is a. -sew itacine ana tne engine is a twenty-two horse power oil-pull en gine that will pull forty-live horse power on tne puuey. narxer iiros. have about two hundred acres of wheat to thresh and expect to uel started the middle of the week. Thank you. Misses Arkansaw. fur the Information about thu loads and we oresumu that our old friend CanV conscience Is now clear since he has confessed. We aro Informed that In a trench forty feet long and four feel wide, wiiicii nan been uug oui ror mo Kortescuu sc too imusu foundation. that there were so many toads In thai trench that they touched each other and that when workmen began put ting In their concrete It was necessary to take a scoopshovelanilthrowthem out. Some toads! Dutch Dill" had the big grad ing machine working on the road be tween here and Little Tark, last Mqn day, pulling the dirt from the side of me roan loiuecenieriinu auiomoiiiie.s were going through Monday evenlnir under their own power. This road has been In very bad shape all sum mer ana lias neeueii graaing lor some time. We should liked to have had that new road machine try Its uck on tins road. A rew or our cm r.ens went to Mound City Monday to see the new machine at work. Another bhr rain of about two Inches last Friday night that stopped all kinds of work on the farm for sev eral days and put the hay men out of Business aaain. seems una wuen me weather man sets His lianas on those water faucets he don't know when to let loose. There was a washout on the Nodaway Valley line between Clear mont and Durllnirton Junction snd another between Skldmore and Quit man and the mornins train from uia- rlnda was detoured via the. Tarklo branch. The washouts were re Dal red during the day and trains were run inrougn ttaiurasy evening. Two new SDDllcatlons for mem bership were presented to Bigelow camp. No. 35, last Saturday evening, and Team uaDtain, rror. a. u. man ley,' requests all members who will take an active part In the team work to attend lodire next 8atnrdav evening so that a team may be select ed and organized. There Is quite a lot of work In sight for a team the coming winter and with a set of uni forms second to none there Is no reaJ son why Bigelow Camp should not nave a nrst-ciass, up-io-aaie team. Get busy, boys, and get In the game ana give your -ieam uapiain me sup, port he deserves The school board received one dav last week ninety-live new school seats ror use in tne new scnooi ouuaing, Tnlrtv.flve of these seats are ad lusts lila and will be used In the hlirh school rooms snd sixty seats for the first primary .rooms. One teacher's desk and two teachers' chairs were also In thashlnment. This means that the new school, building will, be entirely equipped with new seats, the Board having purchased quit a number of niw stats lest year ana an rooms win be equipped In flrstohsts shape. A shipment of new .books was also re ceived last week' for use In the schools and the Board Is making an extra ef fort to give the pupils of this district the very .best of everything in school work. ' t1'' - " ' The new pastor, llro, F, F. Cooley, of Craig, held services "at the Tarklo Chapel church, last Sunday morning and evening for .the first time.' llro. Cooley comss from Triplet t, Mo , and takes the place of llro. O. E.' Lockart, who has been transferred to Guilford,; Mo. Uro. Cooler's next appointment at this church Is October iu and 17. Quarterly conference of the M. E. cnurch, South, will be held at Bethel j church next Saturday and Sundayand services will be held by Elder C. D. Duncan, of St. Joseph, on Sudday morning, and there should be a large crowd out to hear him. The business session will be held at Craig on Mon day morning. N Inety-slx scholars at tended the Tarklo Chapel Sunday school last Sunday morning and the Sunday school work Is going right along In first-class shape. J. R. Krusor As Co. Iat weeksold toC. II. Waldrath, of Omaha, an eight horse oil-pull tractor and the tractor wu delivered to J. II. Den nett, who lives on Mr. Waldrath's farm, northwest of town a short dis tance. The weather man permitting, Mr. Dennett expects to put In about one hundred and thirty acres of wheat this fall and some alfalfa. Mr. Den nett waa drowned out tills summer, losing his entire crop, and did not feel like working his horses plowing up the ground and taking chances an other year, so Mr: Waldrath bought tne tractor ror r. nennett. This engine Is an eight-horse pull on the draw bar and sixteen on the pully drive, and will pull two fourteen-lncn plows with ease. This makes three of these oil-pull engines In this vicin ity. Just as we predicted last week, Jesse Kahn says he didn't get seasick on that boat trip from Portland, Ore., to San Francisco, but he does own up to the fact that he walked around on the dock for abour twenty miles the tlrst night out to keep from getting sick. Jesse Is looking mighty tine and says he sure had the trip of his life and he cerlalnly looks It. Mr. and Mrs. Darash took Jesse and Mrs. Kahn for quite a number of automo bile trips In the country In their Hud son six. They have llrst-class roads In that country and a drive of one hundred miles Is considered a short drive and Jesse says the roads are so good out In that country that It Is no fun at all to drive a car, with smooth roads and very few turns, excepting In the mountains. Of course Jesse Is used to driving on a country road where there Is a corner every half mile. Ruiik. Obituary. Raloh Hinkle was born Julv -'.I. IWH. and died September II. in 3. at camp Crook, S. I. The remains ar rived here at 3 a. m., Wednesday mornimr or last week. In chama of Nick. D and and Otho Hinkle. Otho paving joinea ins urotners tne even ing uerore, in umana, coming rrom Daker. Mont. A lame crowd of rela tives and friends of the family met the party at the depot ana the re mains were taken to the home of Mrs. M.J. Hinkle, wherethey remained until Thursday morning at 10 a. m., when they were taken to the Chris tian church and funeral services were conducted by llro. W. II. Walker, of mound my. who iook ins text irom Job 11: 11, "If a man dies shall he live aualnY " Iteuardless of the bad weather, the church was not near large enough lo accommodate, the peo ple who had come to pay their last re. spects to our departed brother ard neignuor. inocnurcii was ueauiuiu ly decorated for thu occasion and the Moral olTerlnus were manv and vcrv nice, some coming from friends of the r-n.Hi. I.. M.nnb ....... the Sunday school and the manv friends of the family. The pallbear ers were uarry uodson, dick l.arra bee, Willie Knowles, II. L. Schnun oer. Harry Morris and ltnscou Wll son snd burial was at Mt. Hope ceme tery in wound uiiy, tinner ine aus olees of llluulow Camp. No. 3.I. Italoh havlnir been a member of this Camn since ll03. The entire community mourn wmi tne relatives in tneir sad hour of bereavement. Card of Thanks. We want to say to our dear friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during our recent bereavement, we thank yon'most heartily for the beau tiful floral offerings and the manv courtesies snown us, ana assure you we appreciate mem. J. U. UIMKLE A Nil f AMII.Y, MH8. M, J, IllNKLK. Ia Mamorlam, Whereas. Our Heavenly Father. In His Infinite wisdom and eoodness. has deemed It best to call to the great be- juuu, uui mmiuw buibivihii, i)ii Hinkle, and we bow In humble sub mission to tne win or mm who uoetn all thlnirs well: therefore, be It ' Resolved, That In token of our deep sorrow ana rraternai sympathy, ine memDersoi uive ow usmo. no. 35, extend to Uie relatives our heart felt condolence In their hour of sad miction: and be It further " uesoivea, That a copy or these rest lutions oe lurnisuea tne. ismiiy. a copy be spread upon the minutes of tins t'amo ana a copy nuu isnea in the News-Jeffersonlan and Tub Holt COUNTY SENTINEL. A. U. STANLEY, T, J. DlUDOMON, G. A. CONAWAY, , Committee. GamfChook, S, D., Sbitemuek 11, 1915 Dear Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Hinkle: The loss of Ralph hat been a great shock here. There has been extreme feeling expressed by all. TIia t.rnithla Miar. 'Hftatvfwarl Tla.1nt, has been coralnp on'for a long time, but no one Knew or it until tne aay oe- fnr. tha ftnrf. i lit had gaatrlo and Intestinal ulcers which were likely the 'result of dis turbance by- a-ehronlc-appendlcttli. The . ulcers hemorrhaged Into the stomach., and tntothe giniral serltooeal cavity.' ' ' After advising fully with him and Oregon Merchants' Matinee Club . . Pefftinlng Saturday, September 25, the. ' Oregon Merchants' Matinee Club will put on a FREE farmers' matinee'at the ROYAL THEATRE each Saturday tor three months, from 2:30 to 4:30. This Matinee Is for people who live outside of Oregon only. You need no ticket; go In and stay as long as you wish. Mr. Keeves, of the Royal, will give 5.00 In cash, each Saturday, to the person living eutslde of Oregon, In Holt county, who presents to him receipt ed bill for the largest .orders of merchandise purchased from the CLUD members, whose names appear below, Will also give M.00 In cash, each Saturday, to the person living the greatest distance from Oregon, In Holt county, presenting receipted bill for merchandise, purchased frem CLUD members. All bills for goods purchased must be presented on date of sale, and are only good for that date. We will publish esdi week In The Holt County Sentinel, the names of the parties who receive the prize and the names of the CLUB merchants from whom they purchased the goods. Comelnandbrlng thechlldren, and enjoy a good free show. Cut this list out, bring It In with you and trade with the CLUD members. Oregon Merchants' Matinee Club THE VARIETY STORE Notions, Ktc. 0. E. CASTLE Harnets. XEEVEB-BRAOO ATJtO CO. Autos. BUHRXER ft BCHTJLTE Hardware. DAWSON-CAMPBELL CLOTHING COMPANY T. O. FRYE SONS Groceries. HARVEY EVANS Groceries. OREOON DRTJO COMPANY Drugs. riTTB-BTJNXER MER. CO. General Merchandise. CAREYS. BUNKER Jewelry. D. M. MARTIN Implements. B. E. WEARY Photographer. T. L. PRICE HARDWARE RULEY KUNKEL Lumber. I RANK FOSTER Harness. AUTO BALES COMPAY Automobiles. MOORE ft KREEK Groceries. all of the relatives hero we decided to try to give him relief uy surgery at midnight the nlghl before he died, but the condition was loo extensive and thu bowels In such a stale of de tention thai 11 was nut possible to slop all the bleeding, l-'rlday at sun down he began to snow depletion and got worte until midnight. Kalph was altogether rational as long as he lived. 1 talked irahKiy wun nuu luwaru inu end. We were giving lilm hjpuder- inoiclsls tleatmeuland 1 tola mm lie might iiecome Irratlunal and not be belter until he wuuld bo out of danger and thai he was In a very critical con dition, and I asked Mini lo tell me of anything thai should be told and tried to assure nun tnav ne siiomu niHhuvK L-uiril anv kecrels It anv. He said theru wai nothing and he had no secrets ami Just said, "1 want my mother so uauiy " How I wlili 1 could do something to make this less ir)lng for inu poor mother and father, but anything 1 could say would be trlval compared with ine leenng oi mem. It mav nlease vou to know that every assistance that could be ihought of was olfered by all about here and the nurse worked for him constantly after he became sick. 1 wish 1 could tell you now ueep my feelings of sympathy for you are. 1 shall be pleased to have a letter from you telling me her fortitude illumined bv the desire to do her duties to others will have overruled Mrs. Hinkle's tendency to despair. With closest personal regards to both of you 1 am, (BlgneUJ l'K. Al.HKUTailCIUI.1.. Benton. -John FeriMsou left last week on a trip to Wyoming. .Mr. snd Mrs. Walter Staley made a trip to St. Joseph, last Friday. 1'ul and Donald Emerson are picking apples at the Anselment place, north of town. -Mr. Wilds, of Neville. Ohio, visit ed, not long ago, his' nelce, Mrs. umory wiener. Gale Emerson, wife and babies visited at the Robert 1'lummers' home In Klmsey neighborhood last week. Mrs. Robert Emerson and daugh ter, itoueria, were at nome ror sun- dav. They have rooms with Kannle ano uootie rrice ai-.iregon ror tne scnooi year. Mrs. John Nichols and daughters, U.Mf f.l n . II 1.1 mA Will Ut.p- 1, BIU ig. nuua U II II, VIHI' ray and family attended a reunion of the relatives, at the Wra. Andes home, at Mound City. Vkuitab, Henry Morgan, of Forbes, spent Bunaay witn ins son, uon ana lamuy h n.anM. Ill VMCRVII. f Messrs. O'Kallon, Drldgeman and Tlbbelshave Bled suits for several parties Owning farms along the fall road' .between .Bigelow and Forest City;1 against the 0, B. ft Q. railroad; uklncr damasras arawlnr out'of the tseent flood, which destroyed their crops. THE SENTINEL 0. W. KINO General Merchandise. N. P. MOORE Restaurant. J.B. RUNT AN Clothing. OREENE ft OREENE Ileal Estate. JONAS WATSON'S CAFE LUXENS ft XEOWN Real Estate. E. E. RICHARDS Attorney. E. O. PHILLIPS Prugs. KREEK ft HABNESB General Merchandise. DAWSON ft MOORE Undertaking. CITIZENS' BANK OREOON PLTJMBDfO ft HEATINO COMPANY COOK ft POSTER Automobiles. E. A. NETHERLAND, Millinery. HANNA ft RIOHARDB Ice and Cold Storage. B. O. PIERCE Dentist. Forest City. Miss Lola Landers was the guest of Miss lleltle Heeler, Sabbath. -Miss Lucllo Werner, of Klrksvllle, Mo., spent Sabbath with her llttlo friend, WllmaTearc. Mrs. Anna Kfner and daughter, Grace, spent fjabbathat the home of Chris Jamison and wife. Mrs. Werner anddaughter, Luclle, of Klrksvllle, Mo., Mteil with their many friends, here, tho past week. Itcv Wetrel and family are now nicely located In tho M I-:. n:irsun3L-H. nun mat uns conference jear will be a successful one. Rev. lienor. of Amaznnli. Mn . Is holdlnir services at thu L'hrlntlan church this wrek. A goodly number of our people are attending. Mr and Mrs. Jessu Cain anil tun children vlslled at tho J. II. Wilson home .Nauuain, and attended the For est township Sunday school con vention A. .1. Landers snd wlfw. ml daughter, Gladys; Fred Landers and wue, and two daughters spent Sab bath at the J. p. Lacey home, In Tim fnirltAPft ami nnnlU ft tlmHiraa lower rooms of our school. Miss Mar tin, miss iiroaoecK and hiss Tibbeis are planning lo give an entertainment nviuc mug tut, near luiure. Rv. Wat la nt ri,mnn, delivered two excellent sermons at the naptist cnurcu, oauuain. the pastor, Rev. Klrkland, being engaged In a revival service at Clearmont. Rev. Wftf.fH It RlindlV .linn.. u.l,t. m Deeler Fittmaurlce. Plaaa Vrt o nt U IP t? I school gave a farewell party for Mrs. Sophie Grlfllth, who leaves soon to spend the winter with her son. We shall certainly miss Mrs. Grlfllth In our Sunday whool as she Is one of our fllrhrtll mamhflit hnt.Mtltli t. good wishes of her many friends. The Forest Township Sunday school convention was well attended, aim me lunowwg omcers were named I fr tlto .n.lllnn aina... I ... . w. Wilson; Vice-president, J. A. Lease; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. Ben nett; Elementary Superintendent, Elizabeth Deeler; Secondary Superin tendent, Lola M. Landers: Adult Sup erintendent, Cecil Richardson; Teach er's Training Superintendent, Rev. Wetzel; Home Department, Superin tendents for each church are: M. E Y.I i 1 '.'SP.111' "aim; Christian, Mrs. Wilson. Gmcahkh. -A conslderabledelegatlon of Holt county admirers visited the Hereford sale In St. Joseph, last Friday, Today, September 24. Mrs. Mary Curry reaches lier Wth milestone, fifty-eight of. Uieae years have been SDent In Our Cltv. m. liairla haln..rf character, and although she has been ,.n..fVe,bLe.r!K!?ntl-' aunshlne still glows brightly In her soul. May she be spared to her loved ones for many more days.