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NEWS FROM OVER THE COUNTY.
Many Interesting Items Gathered By The Sentinel's ide-a -Wake Correspondents from Various Sections of the County. News From Craig. Mr .lolm 0. Cwk spent Tuesday In St. Joseph. Mr John Cook Mas attending the llotal Neighbor Camp In Mound City. Saturday. MIssTudle Manln Mao the gutst ot Iter Utile friend. Ruth Walking near Dothara, Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Louise Wllkerson u slid lenly stricken with apperidlcltlsMon day, and n taken to St Joseph that evening, at 4 KB. fur an operation. Klectlons are being lield In the several lodges of the town this and next week. We Mill try to report their results In the next Issue. The three Sunday schools have all arranged for Christmas trees and en tertainments. We will have some thing to say about these later. -William Itennett, known In this sectional "Doctor Mil," peddler of Miss native herbs, came over from liarada, Neb., Monday morning. Alfred Cunningham, who Is pro prietor of a rooming house In St. Jo seph, Mas up Thursday and Friday, looking after his farm Interests near Craig. Henry Crews, Mho Is lallway mall messenger between Kansas City and Lincoln, was visiting his father, J J Crews, and his brother, W. T. Crews, the last day of this week. The Kensington ladles' social or ganization of the Christian church 1 was entertained at the elegantly ap-( pointed home of Mrs, A F. I'arrMi. Covers were laid for eighty-one This , was the best meeting of the year. Mrs. Mollis Watklnswasoperated on at the Cnsworih hospital In St ' Joseph, last Thursday, for a tumor. I She Is doing nloely and will soon lie, restored to her home and children. t All the merchants In town madej special arrangements to observe "Hol lar Day," last Wednesday There was an exceedingly large crowd of buyers In, and a harvest reaped by both buy en and sellers. The teacher arid scholars ot Lonesome school district held a Ikix and pie social at the school hiiusr, Friday evening. It was well palro nlted. The net proceeds will he used for the henellt or the district. Hen Ijillmhy went to St. Joseph Friday morning, 1 1 have his e)es op. eraledunb) Dr. Million, a specialist, lien Is suffering wltlicataracl In both eyes, and Is practical) b ind. It is to bo hoped thai he will m-overhls sight. There are some hellcat I'.ti of mumps In Craig tnis winter: one case, Lisle Williams, In a mild form. The Imrduf health has Instructed the school board to demand certlllcale.s of good health from ail suspects. It. I not likely to spread M. A. Covell, of Slanberry, was In town Thursday, greeting old friends. Mr. Covell Is looking for u place to locate In the saddlery and harness business, lias trig disposed of his business In Stanberry, after a short period of three weeks. John .Stockwe.ll, of White Cloud. Kan., after spending a few days In Omaha and Council Mulls, returned to Craig, Monday, to remain a visitor In the home of Millard Slockwell, II v lug three miles south of town, before. continuing his Journey home. The Itebekabs last Thursday even Ing at the close of the session, gave a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Worley II. Flanagan, a sister In the lodge, who as Miss Abble Taylor some few weeks ago, "stole a march" on the young members anil was mar rled. Mrs. J. It. 1'rlce and daughter, Frances, went to St. Joseph, Satur .day morning, to visit the new arrival, Miss Madeline Elizabeth, at the home of her son, Connor I'rlce. Mrs. I'rlce will remain the greater part of the week. Miss Frances returned on Monday. The revival at Tarklo Chapel Is progressing nicely, under the preach ing of Itev. K. F. Cootey, Large crowds are coming out every night, and Interest Is being taken In the services by the entire community. The meeting will continue for an In definite time. Misses Grace llawley and Ktliel (iasklll boarded the afternoon passen ger, Sunday, for St. Joseph, where they were Joined Monday afternoon by Miss Winifred llawley and Mrs, Dwlglit Ooy. The iuartet attended the grand opera by Melba Monday evening at the auditorium. The News-l'ress, under date of Saturday, Dec. 4, contained the notice of a marriage being Issued to Stanley Kruse and Mlas Frances GalTney, The young people belong to the first rami ilea In the Elk Dale neighborhood and this piece of news It no more than their many friends have been predict' Ing these many months. It is pre sumed that the yuuitg folks will set tie on a farm In the Klk lule vicinity on their return home. -The friends and i.elghhors of Mrs Klvls Itedmon marched In on her Sun day, when she was least looking for It, It- being the anniversary of her birth, Kverjr oie brought something go-d to eat. The occasion will long lie remem bered by Mr, ltedinun, nut because It washer birthday, but because of the tribute of love and honor shown by her friends, The new buildings In erection on t' e burned out section are rapidly being completed anil will most proba bly be occupied by Christmas. C. M. Wlcklser moved his meat market and grocery to the rear of the ItllTe build in,', Sunday, and was transacting business there early Monday morn Ing. The remodeling of the room Is practically tlnlshtd and has tin- ap pearance of a substantial Improve iLe it over the former arrangement. Analysis of the sputum of II, K, Hoot by the state chemist's depart ment, disclosed germs of tuberculosis In a mild, Hough decided, form. Mr. Itoot has been suffering for some time Application for admission to the Mod ern Woodmen sanatorium, near Colo rado Springs, Colo , Is being made, lie has been a member of that society for twenty live years, having Joined as a charter member at Klllngham, Kan. The sanatorium Is full at this time and has more than tlfty uppll- cantson the list. An additional hos pital Is being built and will soon be ready for use (Iimiii-Kmh'iiii Fortescue. Mrs. Thos. hunker spent the day Tuesday with Mrs. Tho Huston. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Minion wereln Mound City, 1'iiesdiy. Itev. Cooley was the guest of lly. rou lllnkle and wife, Tuesday. John F, Iden and James Hunker made a business trip to Oregon, Mon day. Ktliel Stuart h is been absent from school a lew days on account of being sick. Misses Cla-a West ami Viola lllev- Ins spent .Sunday at the Joe Morris home. -Miss Mabel I'otter was Hie guest of Mrs. Illanche Meier, the List of the week. -Mrs. jaku I'otter was called tu Kansas City, Tuesday, by the death of an an-1. -T. W. hurks and wife and Mrs. I.u!a Dllllon, of Mound City, were In Fortescue, Tuesday. Maudle Million, who has been III for some time, has had a relapse and Is hi a critical condition. John McCoy and wife, of Mound City, spent Saturday and Sunday with I. K, lllev ins and wife. -John F. Men has purchased the Hay ten Edwards farm, adjoining Mr. I leu s home place on the south. -J. W. Illll, Miss llallle (iehlnand Klmer Steele and wife, motored tu Mound City Monday In the Hill car '), C. Jones and wife, of Everest, Kan., returned to their home, after a short visit with II. C. Ilruwnlee and wife. J. A. Springer and wife, Lloyd Springer and Fred Hinder and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Illanche Meyer. S. F. t'kele, superintendent of agents for the Illinois Life Insurance Co., at Kansas City, spent a few days last week here on business. A number from here attended the "Hlrili of a Nation'" at St. Joseph, Saturday. They were Miss Harriet Mlnton, Mrs. E. L. Craig, MUs llallle Gel In and Mrs. II. C. llrownlee. Agile Carter, who has been work ing at Kregg, Colo., for a construe. Hon company, Is visiting home folks Ills cousin, Mils Neva lloln, of Colo rado, came with him for a visit with relatives. John Marlon Mlnton, of Mound City, spent a day or two the tlrst of the week witli his grandparents, I. M. Mlnton and wife. Ills mother, Mrs. Hobert Mlnton, came for him Tues day, and he accompanied her home that day, I'rof. W. C lllattner has resigned as principal of our school, his resigna tion to take place the tlrst of the year. Mr. Mattner'H work here has been very satisfactory and he will be greatly missed by his many friends, The vacancy has not yet been lilted. Miss Harriet Mlnton and Mrs. E. L. Craig were hostesses at a dinner party at the Gladstone Hotel and line party at the ploture show at Mound City- Monday evening. Their guests were Miss .Nelle Mlnton, Mrs. Kahn, Mr and Mrs. llrownlee, .Jesse Kahn and O. O. Jones and wife, of Everest. The meetings at Tarklo Chapel are being well attended each evening and will continue this week and perhaps longer. Itev. Cooley through his ceaseless elTorts hat aroused a great deal of enthusiasm. Ills Interesting sermons merit good attendance as well as appreciation. Mrs. Chas, lloltsclaw and Mrs. Joe Catron went to (Quitman-, Mo., Tuesday, to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Kllahetli Harris. Mrs. Harris had gone to Kansas City to visit relatives when she was taken I I with pneumonia and lived only six days after she was stricken with the disease She was i years old at the time of her death IIKMIKII. Forbes News. Master Kenneth Williams Is itilte sick. Miss Lydla Acljn spent Sunday with home folks. . W. S. Ilodgln spent Sunday with his family at Oregon. A protracted meeting at the M. E. church is still In progress. (Julte a number from here attend ed court at St. Joseph, Saturday. Illanche Katun and Lydla spent Saturday shopping In St, Joseph. S. G Kelfer has Just returned from a business trip to tklahoma. -Mrs. Mark lludgln and Mrs. Ell Greenlee were shoppers at St Joseph, Saturday. A Christmas tree and program will be given at the church, Dec. ".'J. Every one Invited. Mrs. S. E. Taylur spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Albert Worley, In St. Joseph. -Mrs. Ervln Metrler started Wednesday to join her husband in Montana, where they expert to make Hit Ir home, -.'Julte an accident happened here Thursday, as Mrs, Murphy, county superintendent, Mas leaving town. Her car lilt a horse and buggy, driven by Mrs, Noah Slpes and sun, Earl, throwing Mrs. Slpes from the buggy and bruising her up considerable. N. X. X. - Warrle Walker shipped two cars of cattle, on Monday. -August Frenr.le, of St. Joseph, spent a few hours In town, last Sunday. Hubert Dyer, of Troy, Kan. .drove over In Ills llulck car on Sunday and visited Willi his brother, Ed. A large crowd followed the hounds, last Friday afternoon, on the Indian chase, south of t iwn, A large crowd went to St. Joseph on last Saturday, to attend the M. C. Wilson divorce trial, as wltnesies. -C. J. Hermann, Instead of moving east of regon, moved on one of Wll mans farms, a mile southeast of Forbes, where they will remain until spring. There was much excitement l.tU Friday morning, when It Mas heard that a teal Indian Mas roaming at large, having escaped from a I . h. marshal ami sherlll from Montana on their way tn the Federal prison at Leavenworth. -The C. E. society, of the Christian chinch, m give a box social and pie sale, at the 1. O. (. F. hall, Friday evening, December UHh. A short program Mill precede the sale. Buy Winter Coats Now. Ail Ladles' Coats are marked way down at KNEEK HASNESS. HELLO! I know you want the best, so I have sent a large supply of "Anvil Brand" Groceries to G. T. Metcalf S Co. Forbes, Mo. Anvil Brand Groceries are selected nothing but the better grade Is used. Buy no other and you'll never be disappointed. COME HERE FOR THE Christmas Gift PAR EXCRLLENCE A Michaels-Stern Suit or Overcoat In no more fitting way can the true Christmas Spirit be express ed than by such a gift a gift which will be cherished and ap preciated by the recipient during the entire year. Right now we are showing some exceptionally good values. Suits and Overcoats specially priced for Christmas buyers $1 AM $1 $1 ft.75 IT 1 J IV PRACTICAL MEN LIKE PRACTICAL THINGS -and this Men's store suggests the following Neckwear. L'.V to (l.isi Gloves, .Vic to .'(Hi Fur Caps, V.'.V) up Milliters, .Vic to I.'.ihi Handkerchiefs, .Vj to.Vic Silk Hose, .Vic Shirts, II. oo to t-' .Vi Cooper's I'mlerwear, 41 .V) to "in) Sweater Coats, ! tol.'.iu For the BoyS Suspenders. and .Vc NeckMcar, .V to .W Leather Noieltlrs-Coll.tr llags.Trav. Cloves and .Mittens, SSc to I..V) elers' llolls, Fitted Cases, etc., Sm eater Coals, .Vs.- to 11 .V I.UO toM 0.1 Waists, .Vfe Shirts, .vie to tl mi Night Robes, .VW to tl.iM Suits, V.'.V) tot! .VI Traveling Hags, .' no to f 1.1 no Cuff Urtks, S.'ic to tl.nd Hath Robes, .,00 Nlghl Itobes and Pajamas, .Victotl.Vi House Coats, 11.00 overcoats, KiMto tio.tm Macklnavvs, tl .V to WOQ Dawson-Campbell's Spot Cash Store Townsend, Wvatt & Wall Co. r l lr.K.I Sit Krllnhllllv Towiisend, Wyatl&WallCo. St. Joseph's Greatest Stocks of New Christmas Metv chandise Are now In readiness throughout our vurious departments mid we want our hosts of out-of-town friends to share early and generously in the innny ndvnn luges of choice and price afforded by these superior assortments nnd prices. Never were shopping conditions more advantageous throughout the store, and never hnve we observed a more widespread oud enthusiastic appreciation of such conditions than is now being shown. Assortments are now at high tide, but for best result you should not deter your Christinas shopping beyond next week, and the earlier you make your purchases the better it will be. We shall not nttempt to enumerate. The entire store hss boen transformed Into a big Christmas bazaar, where you will find large and satisfying assort ments ot gifts suitable for man or woman, boy or girl, old and young. EVERYTHING FROM A DOLL TO A ORAND PIANO. Time spent in looking through our Holiday displays will bo time well spent. When you reach the City come direct to the store nnd avail yourself of the privileges and comforts of our Rest Room, Free Check Stand, Telephones, Etc, Make yourself perfectly nt horns nt St Joseph' Biggest and Best Store Latest Pictorial Patterns TOWNSEND, WYATT 6 WALL CO. Member Retail Merchants' Association. 8T. JOSEPH, MO. Railroad Fares Rebated. Sorosis Shoes For Women .a