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Farms Wanted Having sold all of the farms on my list, except one, I want to list a few more choice farms. Come in and see me at once. Also can furnish you .with 5 per cent money. Office over Citizen's Bank, Ore gon, Mo. R. L. "This Bank Makes a Feature of Banking By Mail" Whether lnrtfe or small, mail us your deposit. Slime will receive prompt nntl careful attention. We pnyl per cent interest on time certificates for any reasonable length of time. When you find it inconvenient for you to come to this bank, write us and mail your deposit. The Home Bank FQREST CITY. MO. PHILIP SCHLOTZHAUER. RUSSELL H. SHEFFIELD. President Cashier The P. K. O. Entertain. The Indies of the I'. K. 0., on Wed nesday of last work, entertained the I. !. iiiromerin'iim , m ur; wine or .ir. nnn .ir. . . mm, tin. in.trfi'illv decorated ami nrrnngeil for tlie occasion. , There being neophytes, to awunw lie vows of the order nml prove the.r irnwe, thIK mauer 01 iiusmess wis ven Hist consideration. Tin. 1' i iif Kit li inn nsccml'ii tn tntlnn, properly supported on eltliir idc liy Prlets, Prophets nnn i.uino.. rnirnKil 11 ml I'llW'liril ill Oriental plenilur, while the Ciiatil uliereil In in iiiiv ri. in utr nn n iii i 01 11 nun i hire suirir 'lite r the mime ol I !,,.. Ill nil Mice." Willi creat external solemnity and internal hilarity, the obligations were rniumnileil liv the vnrmtiH nuicers ii Him uli i liv the c ass. Ail heiieillctH of the unler leneweil their vows to the eti"t"llan of ex- hiimer. w h e the bachelors pllghleil their Until in unni. After t ie Mns em lel. eaeM 5lir- Ivor was ilncoinleil with the lnlgnn T the order, a lirillnnt sk-iiolntcd. anil nalnteil (with stove polish) Mar, nml wan iluly ihihheil "Ailoralilc lla'intle hnlght or llrnther-in-lnw f the Sisterhood of the Order of 1', The meaning of the mvstetlnu let tern. 1'. K. ().. he swore to vehemently ami unceasingly proelnlni to n be nighted worlil, to lie "rcriecliy Me- mint Order." Willi a prescription for the (trip, the canillilate'n were subjected to trie congratulatory degree. After several agility contests anil stunts, arltantit under illrectlon of the commliixary ileparttnrnt, shirtcd the scene for action on another front, anil the devotees of epteiirlKiii proud ly sustained the traditions of former occasions. I'erfectly delicious! Perfectly elo- Kant! was the venllrt, anil while hilarity wo tcigning supremo, the (iiinriliiuiK of Pioiiricty liogun nm miming the hour, ami thus more his tory was written Into the nrrhlven of Lliapter ., or l . ... u. "ihnnK Wood. u iiit i Kit. COL. L. A. RBDELF AUCTIONEER I offer my services as a Public Sale crier in Holt County and adjuiniuinf counties. Eleven years nf experience in the sales ring, coupled with a voice peculiarly adapted to public sale, clear and distinct speech jives me an advantage over competitors. Kindly five ine a chance to have a talk with you before you place your sale. Leave Dates at Sentinel Office. COL. L. A. REDELF Home Phone 111 Farmers I! Wl OKKGON, MO. r FLOWERS i The very choicest cut flowers for funeral, social and all other occasions. ALSO POTTED PLANTS ORDER OF BUTCHART, the Florist ST. JOSEPH, MO. Or DAWSON & PETTIJOHN, Local Agents J Do nway with your old smoke house, nml life NVrlght's Liquid Smoke, It gives your meat a ile licloun. flavor. Sold by K. 0. Phillip. Ahhhy Greene, of Swift & Co., St Joseph, was here over Sunday with his many relatives uml friend. He is one of the. men In charge of tho Programme tn be Kiven at the City Hall, Forest lllty, .Mo.. Katurihiy eveninK, .March 17. 1017: I'iano solo Miss Druntmcyer "Haters or the Yosemitc." Address liev. J, J. Cafferky l run anil American flags." r laboratory of that establishment. We Song..... Monica nml Mary M. Mullen livimni i'luei siu iivhiiiiiii Own United States." Heading Miss Anna Hincs Intermission. Duett. Instrumental. Miss Hello Illr mlngham ami Mrs. I). H. Minton Heading Mrs. Will Fitzmarice "sonny a Christening." Ilaritone solo 0. W. Mullen Instrumental. Heading Miss Hazel I.yonB "Little Golden Hair." Vocal solo. Miss Florence Fitzmaurlco "Mother Machroe." Tricycle Drill Eight Children Selection' on Vlctrola John McCormack (? Intermission. Piano solo Miss McCoy (a) "Sonata in E Flat" lb) "Song of the Brook." . Vocal solo..'. .Genevieve Birmingham "How Ireland Got Its Name." Reading Misa Brook Vocal solo Edward Fitraaurlea Voeal aolo Beeter Fittmaurlea Chorua Twenty Voices re glad to announce that Ashby is Koing ngnl lo the I runt. George Core loaded up his house hold goods, stock, etc., Wednesday of this week, and took tho train for Itlchmond, Kansas, where, ho has bought a fine farm of ICO acres. His family will follow In about a week. The best wishes of all follow George anil family to their new home, and all wish them health and prosperity In their new home. No better eitlzena con be found anywhere. Ferd C. Meadows and wife, ac companied by his brother. S. S. Mead niv and S. S.'a son. Jakev. and his wife, all of the Franklin school dla- . . x- - n-lj a l a. trict, drove to Oregon, .Friday of last week, ana leaving jaicey ana rus wue they drove on through to Savannah, when Mrs. F. C. Meadows If taking medical treatment On their return, the same evening, they picked up Jake and hl wife, Jake during their absence haviaa minor operatfonper fermad nwa himself by Dr. K. F. jKaaney. THE C3-LiirE The Whalebone Car of the World . "l Vt - "I LA. mKHKk iWaaHBaBBaBBBiBiBHiM (iRESffl I'rof. Mu) Here Next Week. At the incetini; of the Parent IViu'liem' Arrneiiitiiin. next Tueriliiv liiKht, .Mtirrh 1.1, lit the rrliool uuili- oriiim, Prof. Mays, of M.Mimeiih. will elher un iiihlreix. rmf. .Miivi- came ii St. .Inyi iili. Iiii-t rUlimiiT. from l.ln- roln, .Neli., nml he Iiiih intriMlucel ' "'''" ''' many iniiovntiimx in the m'IiooIk there. It Is a iirlviteKe to have I'rof. .May oiiirr I'pnaln. in iht )lwi nitck. ere. anil It In mnnil thai the house will lie nil) to hear him. Dur nir the preliminary part of the program, the nni'M' eortuinc I a III. which n pleased I ary - I, l'.H": $1,260, F. 0. B.. Factory Every vital unit of the Glide Six in standardized, the best that expert mechanical skill cun produce. No unit that it experimental, none that is in the leant faulty and which hatt not stood the most rigid tests and inspection is ever found in a Glide chassis Perfect units, scientifically co-ordinated into a well balanced, correctly designed U n ! .. ...... ha Un Ulnltnul nfflnlAnnu null tuirfoftt Uflevleil. ti... r.ilrto siv iu (tHltfnirl nnd liuilt to stand the hard test of steady use under all rond conditions nnd in all kinds of weather. Up hill or down, on city boulevards or under stress and strain of long country tours, the Glide Six gives steady, satisfactory service. You can enjoy enjoy yourself without the slightest worry, because it is a AN ATTRACTIVE DEALERS PROPOSITION OPEN IN YOUR TERRITORY We will exhibit at the ST. JOSEPH AUTO SHOW, March 7, 8, 9, 10 GRAND CENTER MOTOR CAR CO. 17th & Frederick Avenue St. Joseph, Mo. ll V. t- Klihaidt, UlfSaii. MIimuiI. 'J Ui.l racier and Negotiator of lian. llftli grade girls will give their Jap- Transfers for week ending Febru- all at the Wanhlngton Illrthcluv nro giuin, nnn ine nnyy ol the name grade win give a military play, which they urn iiifiiariii nir the nam one nro- giam, hut roulil not give on account of the nliKCiirc of one of their num- icr. A iiunrtette, "A Perfeft Day.' iv (,'aiey Jacob llond, will be sung by MciuhimeH llriiluenmn. Phllllns. b'li- mer nnd Mil's Maiflmll. No mlml.4- nlon charge nnd no eolleetion. l-.very one is urged to eonie mid enjiiy tin pingl'iim nml hear Pinf. .Mays. Heller Point Warranty Deed! , Din It. llohart to Madeline Ki ller, undivided Intel it w' sw 4, ill. HK tJ.0t W. II. Clchanls tn John W. TUon and wife, tract In 11, fid. :t7 -',000 .Miirlah Whltmer to Sophlu Smith, trnrt in lilolek i Oreiron MHI Uaae Algier tn John (i. Nor man. w'i sw 11, ill'. iu,uun I.. I. Mitchell to J. W. Judy, ,v h r,:i, :ii ...iioo Win. Sanders to Chan. Illtrh- cork mid wife, lie no .11, 11.1, to l.enls A. :i, hliH'k :i, Clean Seed Make The llrrt sten in nivnarinir for a I m- potntii crop Is lo obtain good mii! of .;vn Via'niii ii'"miiiii miirKei vnrieiies. iTirrsiori lliwlge, lots wen Known varieties are oeuer mnn SmU ur tin- unknown ones, uml it Is en" I i.v,. 1 1 , ,,, M,.,-. -r to MTiiro good senl when stiindnrll Simh, n- e, no no Id, Vlini'liej nil' iliimni, ii llifllli kiow n 1(n I.. (-,ti ;r seiil I will, it Mii.iiIiI he seleelnl Jolm j,..,,r , (;,.,Kl. Teiliune when the einp is lianit(d m nn i.i trart in 7, tin, !IR niiKe mi e inn oniy oi iinving nw J,,,, Tnylnr to l.uella Kramer, l.iift ilelinlile tlloers liut alnii llln.i'l l,,t -i .i,u.w K. UVatoin Ail, II. .1...! l.lll.. ,1 1. . . I " I any illsenwl potatoes when selecting Mercer lllnde uiii'f i-Van'k Mor H-eii inr iney win iioi oniy lomii e ,, i ,kv. Kramer, we.t HI u poor Clop nut will Infect the soil f,,ft ,ltK o lmI M ,llcK M nun niM-tiM' noil eiiiuuiKi'i ine wiioa einp. I he .MleMiuil College of Agrletil line rerommenils n fuither nnvnii tton that the seed potatoes he trcntui with cither foiinalilehyile or eoiroi.iv suhllmate tn destroy ant' iMmnne or gnnmitH. I his is ilesirnhle, or in fa t iumot necessary, s nee there lire nl hiivs nut to lie some il sensr-rnm nir luners reiecien unKnowingiy, o .,,01)0 .'00 4,000 1,000 KOO Oregon 10,000 I. A. Iluilge to Kva Williams, lots , 0, 7, liloek 'J, 1-oi ten cue -.'.noo II. Downey to M. I. .Shuinurd, lots 1 anil o, lot .Mouml BuyASacko EPH FLOUR has a to 9 times the nutrition of other foods that co3t more. Use more flour things. Moore Si Kreek, mm I I Howard & Co., Fortcscuc Ora Scrivner, Crai J, H. Bohart. Maitlaml G. W. LenlZ, New Point Catron & Son, nigc-low Carter Store, Mound City Hare & Son, Fillmore City , I!. Armstrong to l.ugcne LV100 Made V a Viit. James llrohan. than whom there N no hetter young man. v s ted her Inst week, with his father, Hugh ilinlinu, of Nodaway township. Jim is still with the .Muple l.raf, or Crent Western rnllway, In the capacity of conductor on a freight train hum Conception Junction, Mo., to Des .Monies town, lie lias lieen with the .Moore, lots I and 2. hloek McCoy's Addition, Mound City J, It. Pencher to K. I Ilucher and wife, south a,lj feet, lot 2 and west li'.j feet lot :t, hlock P. Oregon I.'JOO K. I.. Null to Jus. . Cannon, um vided U lot -. nwU III, ivj, :ih n,ri0o j, names to v. I-.. Kicnaiii son and J. W. J'itzmauricc, part no lie ill, lio, IIS 820 K. Adkins to Jtny and Mnhcl Drowning, tract In 1, 63, 40 10,789 nurrier, no. f r. nnn niitnnii.ni V I ll lo " null v, uu, un.... iu(w aeknowlwlgo a very pleasant call, and c. c. Ada ,,s to John R Iden. oereoyg.vo j in, warning, iwe Know l0t 7 and north 10 acres lot 0 no is oui enougn, Hint ii no does not, in 19 01 19 1 Truster's Deeds t Chas. Walker, by. trustee, to Itobert S. Jackson, tract In "i. r.o. :i7 "00 Ashes Are Valuable. willy, row is ine i mo to inim Drum n en fiinh,n linmi. iirni serve ua inseci nnroors ami ween fj, u, Keyser, iviiiL-rs. uniruciivii wouu usncs con tain about u per cent potash, 2 per cent company n number of yeurs, anil Is Andv llil'rier to n" 11 forging right to the front, and is nnn A n(1 inoSnd TlO of Its most trusted employees. Wo mn,u ",,? ' ,1 In the near future, brinir Mrs. Jamon llrnhnn home with him, something Is going io nappen. phosphoric acid and 30 per cent lime. Lr h Thlnk what this would mean to tho Program Parent-Teachers' Association ,1 1 I 1 Ht.Ml. , ., -,., ,. 4 4IIUV.. niCBllllB, lUMUIIJ lYVIIIIIB, UIOIV.11 0, mill uuo iiiiwil lio luiiuws iu 11 . I.l,nrlum' N?n. of thoMlssourl Hoard of Ag- invocation, llev. W. C. Johnson. f ,U'lr. ,;,,a.re ''"'T. , SS.1: Military play, Hoys of the fifth are burning their cobs, so that wis m n..r.i n... u.. poses, t or these we are paying f 2.50 j uiM Mmrnhnll per unit of water soluble potash nnJ an?"i"?iHirn.,u f . nnh hv rnnlnln fram 1R tn H(l nny AdmunioB, 10 cents. Business. Address. Prof. Vernon G. Mavs. I ,a I . -1 i c . t i . When Price. Were Low. , supennvenuwu in . In view of n re sent nricea for llvnl . . . . .. stock. market report from the Na- e Fo.,?to;.?,r 2,aIe-Sa,l.on tional Stock Yards, under date of or qares, mn. a. r.. vroweii, ure- Janimrv 91 1RRO. Km lnlrtln TV.. I BMn. MO. top price on cttle wu 13.50 for 37 Mlsa Helen Mia Robert Thatcher native steers, averacing 1443 pounds, went to Bt. Joseph, Baturday of last icn nauva cows aon mt e.uu Der I we, w tiiv wwi U .1. T 1 at mi.w ner I wees, w Tw "nnmn i hundred weight Bulk of hogs went who is.an Instructor In the Central at H.76. and sheet) at u.oo to 14.60 uh Knooi oi ua cuy. jwoen ro per hundred. rnaind over Sunday wits Loyd. Secrete llhl.ntW w I know the four big secrets of successful fruit growing that have mad thousands of ftrmtri rich. Thtv r dsn. nlte, practical, systmallc, carlaln ways of going i win growing io mas n pay Dig monty. STARK BRO'S Nurseries REMEMBER THE NAME Of THE TOWN 101 Yean at LOUISIANA, MO. hava wotktd thm out from th aparianca of thousands of orcharding Thayar cartaln that you can malia as largaproflts as theiaotharptopla hava with thalr sura-lo-grow lues, packad icaUd shipped direct from tha nuraery to you, freight prepaid. The Four Bit Stent of Success. ful Fruit Growing are yours if you write me TODAY JOHN S. STAFFORD, Agent OREGON, MO. K. F. D., No. 2 Farmers' Phone, No. 339. en. OsIa fTvinv llttl a&ddl and harness horse, broke tor iaay to nae. See wes KostocK. ,W. F. Vance, the hustling real estate, farm loans dealer, etc., in fact, he is there with the goods in every thing that he undetakes, has . our thank for fine wall calendars. ' One In particular Is a fine one, represent ing two Royal Bengal tigers, as they look in their native haunts. The original was nalnted by Elmer Lewis. who knows how to. portray a picture of una aino. as mi snxuee are skixcq ed from life. I i -Dr, J, L. Hogan took Mrs. Wil liam Fancher. of Oak Grove school district, Forbes township, to the Sis ters- nospiiai, eu josepn, Thursday of last week, March 1, for an opera tion, and she Is getting along nicely. Charles E. Meyer, who with hl wife and ion. Verne, are making Lin coln, Neb., their home for tha pres ent, where Vern ii student In a, business college, was her for, few days, this week, looking after busi ness interests. Re reports hia wife i suffering from tha grippe for while, but now all right again.