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(Continued from page two) llrennrd Mfg. Co. v. WlTr-Judy More. Co., suit mi note. Continued. Wlllnrd C. I'rmiil v. Andy IVigu kmi, suit on iioic. Dit in ..fl. .!nmt A. Foster Vi. C. II. (J, li. It. Co., damage. Contimuil. .Milt Cnrk Drnlnmrp District vs. France t. Ilungun, el nl; extension of lHiunilnriri. Continued. Jump Cotton unit Nellie Wallace, ct nl, v. Hurry Itumscy, Charlo Ram sey, it nli partition. Order to bring In unknown IicIik. Dcft-mlanl, Marry and (,'linrlcs, In possesion of land now, ng.ro to pay $1.0(1 per nclo imt to snrnii. Albert lltiintt vs. Carrie Mrllnnnld unity. Contliiiinl. In lie Article of Association ntul liirnriNiiiitlvn. Simnw ('nek lrnlnngc Illtrlrt. No. '.'i to lilo trill of ixcii- iinin. ;ii rKn iroin iiorkct. In III' t'ollntcriil Inherit V. Kstatc- of !(o. Wiliet. tlitcnmil; iippiirHtmii lor rp-nppriilinl. Con tinued. S(un- Creek llrnl.u.gi. District. No. 1, John K. Sinter, rt nt. vs. (!rntg. Hopper, i-t nl; to lllo hill (f , ci p Hon. Time for filing hill or excep tion riintitiiicil to next term ofroiirt. Clata M. Dalton nnil Fred lluctrrr v. I.011I llucter quiet title. )c. fcndntit default. Derteo an prajrd or. , Anna C. ricmliig vs. Thomas M, Homing, cosl. Continued. A. J. Cox v, David llender et til: iUlet title. Continued. Julio Devoim f, Mary I". Young, .nisijui rtiientinu mitt, ."nrnh A. J'lmrnto.ii partition. Continued. II. T. rieeiiiun v. Sninli .1. Thomas administratrix. Kstnto of M. II. Tliom n! niulty. Continued. I. I'. McDonald v. Sarah .1. Thorn, as, adii.inlstintlf.x. (Mate of M. I!, riiomnii for money had and receiv ed. Continued, John C. liitluiiin and Ida I'lorenro Itedinoii vn. i:ihha V. fieeinan. .In. Wright, i t til; ipiiet title. Ihvttv an prnved for. Ilnrry V. linker vk. J. M. Orcti dorlf. et nl; equity. Contlnuiil. John C. Illnklo vk, Cniohne .Miller, lice Stewart; to revive judgment. Judgment n piayeil for. Itelnert ll.ns. Con. Co. vk. Ml. Tl.oiun Knei.le, it al; tax hill, Fiank letiee iippnlnlcl guu.dlai. for mill urn. and rontlnuid. Itoy Ken.ter vk. IVrr W. Ramsey, IVrmeliu C. linker, et nl; pattltlon. Continued, Ijthel lleadley, Ruben J. Farley Vs. Matilda J. laiisher. William I. ran Klier. it al; paitltion. Contlnuiil. ila l Hall vk. J..,eph .,, ,. voice, ( ontiiiiiid. Adali Rowland vk. Wlllluin Row. land, divoiTe. Ii.ciee a iiinyed for. and custody or minor child. OdiiH i:. Ilcni-dlct vn. Unriy V.. Ileneillct, divoire. Contlnuiil. ii A i10".. " ., Catherine Heath, d I vi ice. Continued. Kthel Jun- llenedlct v. I.Id Ilene illct, divorre. )-crei. u prayed for, and miililcn naiiio, Kthel June John Ktun, imtorid. John I". f-'mltli vk. Umra J. .Snilth, illvorco. Decree uk prayed fo-. Pioneer .Mother l'atif Aa, A plonier citljen linn heen calleil away, a holoved licurc l inlKFed, a jent'e, lovinc Voice Ik Ktlllcd on earth for evermore. (Jrandnni ItlchnrdMin, widely known and heluxetl, paired to her ten aid, .Monday, March !, HUT, at 8:111 n. In. .She leaven one miii, V. K. Iliclimcl lens Ime daughter, MrK. JeKKie lien ;iett; thiTe (tranil-KotiK, Cecil nnd Her licit lll-liimlnin .and llaril llennett; jne limther, V. II. Wyley. or Nchnif a City, Nehrnnka; two KlfterK, .Mr. I:. W. Crawronl. or .St, Joeph, .Mo., 'itid .Mik. I). V. Knnpp, of I'ome, New Vork; two KifterK-ln-lnvv, many niwes and nephew , with umiick or friend to mourn her lo.. .Mic Laura Wyley wa Imrn in We.t Morlnnd Oneida county, New Vork, July .'II. KII, and hhk maiiiol to John A. ltirliaid.on in April, IS'iT. Shr liiovid with .her luhntid to Ontniiii. Canada: then to Ihnralo, N'ew orl; then tomiiur VVe.il. They le'.t'eil at IiUukii City, Mlrrouri. mid null luil'iMil to l'oiMt City, vheie liny Imtli livid until lulled inline. tirni.dina'K rhiery pntietue mid lov ing kf inlnt a- an In.-piintlnn to all who came into her pie-encc. Her loni; life n not vithoiil It hitter experiimcK .She had h'iii laid away in the Mileuiti tomh a liufliiind, rnr childieu, a Mui-iu-lnw, a umiiilchild, hefide other dear kindred, for the lat few yenrK kIip Iihk Miltcrcd a HI (lit deal, yet flic lemalneil the Millie KWiet, tiatlent, cheeiy nnitet of hope. To her weeping relntiveK nnd frlemlK. let me my file ha only fallen ahi p in the arm of the IiIckm'i! Savior. "Aleep in Jckii, lileKKCil olci p. rroni which none never wake to weep." Corel (ll nnil Vlrliillj. Walter .Meyer wa In St. Joceph, .Monday. I'ml Ilu trier wa in St, ,1cm ph, Monday. Tom I'otev made a liunini' 1 1 In to llluelow, I'rhlny. Jen IIuIm- Ik on the d lck-IlM, with a uleifc of the Krippe. Knunett llnnllMTk made n Iium ii"k trip to Maltlaml, ThiirMlny. Mr. Julia .Martin vIkIIciI with relative at Naiiier, over Satiiiday. tllllllim lull hank mm tinn.iirl- Ink hulue in St. Joseph, .Monday. i'i, .wwcniii, oi i.niii;, u other relative. The Kpwolth I.eauue, of tljt .Mctliodit church, held a huinp tiectliif; nt the Althur Cotten home, fueKdny evening. Mr. Unite. l)ou!n nnil 'lnr. Mr. KWe .McAfee, or Km ht. vlsitid 'iindny with thiir uncle, Howniil HouKln and family. --.Mr. Skett l-.lton retuineil to her 'io:ne In Tnrklo, Wednesday, after vlrltltK "'Hi tier father anil mother, Nell Kunkel nnd wife. Wlllanl llnhn, who left here a vear njfo. thl .March, Is employed hy the Wells-l-'nrKo Co., at the Union depot. In Knna City, .Mo. - .VI- l.'-lu Cinwfonl, or SI? Jo eph, eame up, .Monday, to vlult rela .ive mul attend the funeral of tier lUnl, .Mr. I.ouImi lifchatiNon. Mr C. II. Itnylilll nnd ilauKlilrr, Ml. Itnlph Mooie and daiiulid r. Ml Mildred i;ith, vUilnl at the J. T. eolt lion.e. 'Ihiilnlaj of lat week. We ii'i- lnf,riniil hy Henry f oh, who tm a inonj'n l Inn, II n; he Tint I two tx. Wiilnecilm. Till rin'i tl.e iui.nl of nr.) Inn around ie:e. Mi . Maty (iullli.'iPi nnd little n. .Million, of CinlK. iriti-tl at the 'oiie of ISev. and Mik I-. Coolcj, !act I'riday eveninjc nnd Sunday mi. mint. --T. I'. I'itxmnurlre I reminlellnt; hi lioii.-e in the .MIkmiuiI llottom, noithwet of town. Chn. .Mill I doiiiK tin- work. Chnrle .Miller live on the fnrni. TIiom. who alteiidHl the teacher' oMiinlnntion, I'riday and Satunlay, In Oregon weie: Ml Jele lloyd, Mr. Chile Srluieirer, Ml Sadie Hunt und peM'ial other. Mi Annie llntrry, of Council llluir. town, and Mi Suie llalfry, or Kana Cily, Mo are here, vlll Inir their iter-fn-law nnd mother, .Mr. Marv l.unfoii. - Mr. I". I. 1'itMitauriro nnil rhil hen, MIk .Mnrjculo nnd Heeler, of St. JoMph, vllteit Sunday at the T. r. I-itxtiiHU rI- houio. Mk .Mnrjorio, oini nerni me aiienillUK kciiooi in St.,Joeph, .Mr. Win, Ciuwford and Mik. John AmleriMiii took dinner with .Mr. IiiIk Jamlon, Wednenln). The dln ner wn Kiven from .Mr. J. W. .Mr tlannhan, who will leave In a hort time for port TowiimmhI, Wurlilnu. ton, where he will make her future noon Armed Ship Dill Killed. Twelve Kcnntor led by Scnatur '.iiKnllette, nnd encouraged hy Sein er ''tine, trnior senator fronr MIk mi rl and rhnirmnn or the Torelgn re 'ntlon.i rommlttep. In n nllihUKtpr, tie-lo-nreil hy President W'llon'. "pokcunnn in the "most reprehenlhle n ti'o hltory or any civlllzeil nation," defied the jvl" ot an ovcrwhclmlnB nifoilty In Conijre tip to the veiy hint minute or the pinn and denleil to the piesldent n law authorizing I'm to ari'i American ii'erchant hlp ,o meet tho (iermnn unhmnrlnp nicn ire. l.al'ollette nnd hi fuppnrtcrs -c-fi'Mil a majority of their colleague in oppoitunlly to vote on the armed leutrnlily hill, and It died with the dxty-fourtli emigre. President Wllfon took the oath ir uric for hi econd term, at noon. Sundn.i l.ifl. March 4, in III room it the rnnitol, and wu formally In iuvi"iiimI MnnJny, Mnirh fi, with vjhlic iiirmonle. rcllecting a n'oat nnth i1 iipleion of Americanism, P. I , Mac The P. II. O.V. (.. Chapter X., met on Krhlay. .'. and held their nnuutit iler. Ion of oiIlcerK, which loultcd In the following; I'n-I.lent, Mr. IMlth Hunker. Vlie-Preldcnt, .Mir. Chatlene Daw on. Itic. Secretniy, Mm. Helen Whit mer. Cor. Secretniy, Ml Certruile llen nett. Tiiauier, Mm. I'rankle Hlndo. Chaplain, Mr. Charlotte Vanlhi kirk. (Iiiaiil. Mr. (Irnre Dungau. Our program roimnlttee have plan ned a very Intel etlng work for Hip coining cnr In the tudy of popular opera and their composer, fol lowed hy tin- rtudy of fnmoiiK pnlntlngi durirg the lut half of the year. JOUItNAI.IST. ' ;i -There will he the regular preach- .. .. . ' ' . ri'iiii' iil ilu. .ii.ii.uOki ..intii. ioe non e o i;ev. Looet. nt tioii-j.i i.. - . ..... ,,,... - ...... ,.. .lav i i ohm ijiiy, ni'M riunilay, morninif Hiiugiiii r. ;,ne u a woman or re and even hit. s;,, ...i.... . ..i. ...i ... ... i., 1. 1.. tii..1 1.1...1.... i... I'oiir .Score and Ten, The Sentinel rnd it kindly greet ing to Mr. .Melia Stoke, who cell liiit.il her filth hiithdny nt the home or her ilaiiirhter, Mr. II. S. Shnwgo, In MoumI City, on I'lhruary 'J I. Shu wa a native or llllnol, nnd camotn Holt louaty In IHWI, locating in Union towiirhlp. Some 'J I year ngo death chiiii.iil her rouipanlon, und inritlint lluie lie Hit made her home with her Cihiii Si cih I, ,..;, ...... tl.nl ,,V('"""f- -Sunday m-IiihiI ,at III inaikahle vllallty conMderlng lier ntmnurio fun I i. .i tV. 7,r KV.. .1 -' ' ,Jm,i"r ,-rn"-lt"- "l "'' .d althougf! the ...other i.r W week ' . ,','l"r ',"". " P- in. Kvcry. clill.lt. tt. he ha .mtllvnl the ramlly. -J. 0 Adam of St l I. il-it L"mI,.i 'vitt-.t to attend any Knve the one daughter. WV tiut fho nl at the ..' r l.!ii. Villi Ii Cv I "'J. "f ' " " fvlceK. , nn -ie the century iiiuik. Sun ay " ' , . 7'S"',la' ''fte.noo.i, alio it UW o Ijir.ii'jt Smith iMfivtit imt,, it.. Inlin Ailnliih farm, vnriileil l.v "I'm..,!" St. Clair. --Ileniv II ei Mie. of St. .loenli. vl. itid hi mother, Mr. Saiah HleiNoe, ini eeK, -Ml Mlldtnl wit hher paienl naiutiiuy. Another Chili. Not of the hae hall variety, hut of ,i niui riiniiiciei- tin neeii urgnnlr.ril li.V the MIM' Helen Curler. Mll,l....l Klni!, (ilady Moon-, Hau l Patteroa, Idotha Hunch. Vl.glnln Netherlnnd, (icrtrudc Todd and lluella Hiiiatt, lum heen otganluil under the- title o" the "ProgreKKlve Itooker," und the mem. oeni mil inr nip iiikI time nt the home of Mix Huhitt. Snliir.l-.i- . . liji.g of lat week, nnil Kpent the time pinving "i togreKi'lve I'n-li " t tahleK. MIkm'k Todd and King weie tl.e HI li' winner nm lime .- ..-l, honii- n lovely plate with them, helng the prle winner. Ml I'ayla Quick wn a gucKt of the rh.1i, The kl.idlv lioKteKK served eMullte iefieh..ient to the giiehtif. and the hunch went ituii.c Kimpiy iieiignteil ami happy. .t..i ,,, Itond Cluh .Mel. I he Holt County Autoniohile and Ood Itond Cluh held It meeting, ul Mound Citv. on Thurihiv i.f ...vt week, nnd wa well nttenileil, uml the light spirit prevnllnl throughout it ilvllheriitlou. Vice-Pieldent John S. Smith proKlded. Scnutor Click proent, and made an excellent talk, giving i. lucid explanation a to the a.l.ni road hill pending In the leg- i,uii,ii. mi- nesi Hireling or li. e i iuii wn, op neni t i.ralg, on Thur iluy, April 6, u romul Itrrei.llon. .Mound City' formal icccntlon to Company -Itli Itegiment Nutlonul (luard, will he held Satunlay. tomor row, at noon, .March 10, at tlia.ciiiii puny uriuory. The piogrun. will COIIHUt of III. phihnl-ntn iiinnn ..f l. thlngH good to eat, regardles of the 11. C. I..; upeecheit, muic, etc. The con.mittee In charge of tho uirolr ii n busy rt, and they are or tho ntuif vi.Hk nivalin KUCCeKK, Xtw Point I'repbylcrian Church Noten iKk'n' ln "1 cliurcl'. prcpartor' to tho Communion of tho ini'. I Vi'lLtile.. m?rnlnr wrvlce on the iubbath following. Let us make thin ?n P lying time and try to get all our .Sabbath school and church 'i""""" m o largo service. PASTOIt. H. I). Lnwrenrn nml ih Ok.u. of CrIg, were here, Monday, havln buiiness before tho county court obout 170 ppunda, with black ; n3 bw mii, uuappcarea rnaiy mora iOM. Febnimrv Ifl. 1017 i.- kSomy' fc.ff ,of wbro bouU of tkil tUtnlMM cU Tni Kempf, Farm1 Phone, 866. ,ar cWUren, Maarim Mud 'Doriv ko hay been at the home of Rob erta and wife for the put Am month!, returned to their home ia Xmm Oty, lart week Mr. aad Un. Xtvler ksviaff completed their eigne. wmi wifil the Redpeth lyeram in in mum asaie. r" I -f T o'clock. Hie lli.I.I..r,. ,.f All...., I I...'.... iniight lire. It. a mmn uptrK. from N" "'"'""K- l'Mil"K or TreMlng. n coal oil Ktove, which wa Kilting hy Nllie I hereby given that all per- a window, to warm up the room, in " ' foihidden to hunt, 111. or It. Mime way, the curtail, on the window "' oilier lunnner Herpu upon my euugl.t lite, and one of the irlr . five , and hereafter anyone round .Mllilieil, going to the .0,1111, ilcov " doing will he prom'Utcd to the . 1 1 , ,. , 1 ii'iieii, going 10 t ie .011111. 1 Uenv. '" ,S1, J I'"' Ia1 ' f'H'iMy of it. Tlie aim in wn Kv. full Meat of the law. ii:oittn: w. 1'itoriTT. '";, H wn not long l,efre a Oregon, Mn Itoute S, Maich !, P.HT, f,-Sli J. T. Ilirmlnglium and MlMVufo Satun ay' J"M"" V''"""'l I,"" "'h buclXr 'wmer!"' The "IS Kunkel I vlng hi NW. !fe n'r,",,,N ,"",Hl ,,,,'l"l' mill to the Clin Huttou fi...... In lien 1011 11111. ci. Itev. A. M. Kl.klaud tranMirtnli mliieK, near llurll.igtoi. Jiinctlou, la.-t hutt.nlay. - Ml. C. W. I'lel.er I vUlllm. l.e daughter. Mr. 1'ied llouhiiK. In M...M.K tit J'. Mo. Dm. Hah... Jr.. and familv lllllVI'll onto the place whe.e p. V, Scott inri.Mii iat year. Mr. Dave Wallace and daughter, .Mr. Harry rrarer, weie St. JoMpl. visitor. ThuiMlay. I'ml Mcllee and family are mov ing onto the Jump William farm, inrthwil of town. Hugh WIIkiui, or Oregon, vliteii w lb Im parent, J. II. Wilton nnd wife. I riilay ..Il-IiI. Ileihett Ihnyer mid wire vlito.l wllh tluiK. Daukeo und wife, at Corning, lat I'riday. .Miicu jone. or t. Joseph, wn he.e. vUitliiir relnllves noil r,-l,...,u M'xeial day, thl week. Mi. Kiln WntMiu and hi... Kldon, viKilid, Sunday, with her niece. M. .111111r .u. ner, near .Napier. Win. Hoover mul wile, of lloilou, i;an,a. vitit.il with hi father, Daniel Hoover and family. - Hugh Wilton ami fiiinlle vl.Ii,..i .Sunday wllh Mr. WIIonV pa.rnts, r., ... i.roiitiecK nnd wife. Ml Cruce Lednion, or I'm he, yltlted over Weduetday with llarnev hlalcup und other relative. ,.n7A"'ll!r 'l'!")rnl1111 ' I'1'"' from .Miller, South Dakota, vltltlng hi mother, Mrt. Mary Thornhlll. Mr. Hcrlicrt Thayer and Mr. I,. non, vitltrd Tl.urtduy nt the Henry Alklre home, In Oregon. Jame Secrltt and r.iiiiily, of Heining, Colorado, an. here, vititinir hi mother, Mr. I'rank Kunkel. Al. Wood I building a new work shop on tl.e Ira Hull lot, toutli of the Cotten & I. von Hnrdwnrp utnro -.Mr. ItusKfl Cotton und Master Lcman visited with her folk, W. K. Preston and family, at lllgelow, Sun day. Kverett King, of Kansas City, Kansas, rfsjvisiting with his idstcr, Mr. W'ulter Stuleyund family, this week. ' Mrs. Arthur Hutton, of Forl.es, visited with her father, Harney Stnl cup and family, several days, this week. Howard Dounrlas moved tn in, from the KiUmaurice farm, north of luwii, unu is occupying the Silas Class propeny, We uro elad to hear of thn in proved condition of Mrs. J. H. Wil son, who has had a severe siege of pneumonia. The Christian church people are Improving the church, by putttlng in some Sunday school class rooms and a balcony. Mr. V. H. Brock and daughter, Mis Doris, YUited with her parents Rev. J, Cote d wife, in Hound City, Wednesday. . , . " Mn."D. W. Porter. nt VnJ City, returned home. TuesdayN rre !". ter TUitlmjr her-aUter,; lira. Emil Weber. . . Mrs. Manr- Hill, of Blgelow. -rlr Ited aereral dayc; this week, with her daughter, Mr Elijah Alton,' ud "' "I'i)'. MirprlM- dinner wax given to MrK. Dave Wullnre and (i. . I; ruder, lit the Wallace home, hitt Miiiilny. A nice dinner wa given, and every one had a pleasant time. mere weie thirty nt the party, and notici:: Tor Sale or Kent, linmciliulcly A kIn-iooiii residence and teven lot. Call on or addrcKK, .MrK. M, 1.. Howell, Home riione. weie; i, I'raxier, Harry iS.uler '! 1 fnniily. I'rank Colilen and fiimll). - ' '"oiny; von .nor- for Two llolttein Hull Calve ale. Call on Hurl llentn... n.v. wife nn.l .I,.,. ...V .:: V ... .""!' -wy iiiiKieter vli e.l li gnrelte; I.'nrl llent .. -lr ,' ..1 .1.., . . :'"","'". ",T. n few; .lay, this und. ter. Ml Until 1 i. 111.17,1.. 11 """": 'i weeK. win. lenitive anil rrieni . s;:n r lAn yAXk r!!;;::; VMm M,,rf" from !l tn !l "(" " i 1-1 117. ir r DKI.PIIKUS. Ilurr Oak. 1 1"' 'M'"" 1,1 ''riving urouiul in ... '"".go car now. A daughter wa bom, Tuetday, I'ehruury "J7, IIU7. to Mr. and Mr. Paul Howell, nt 1711 Frederick Aw., 1 1. oi. uiftl'pn, .illi. IIouk went to $1 1 on tl.e St. Jo seph ii.niket, on Monday, March fi, llenlon anil I Hair. (leorge I'leld tpent Sunday tralg. .Mr. CIiuk. Pehlev, or Craig, i visiting her mother. Mr. Anna I'leld. Mr. and Mr. Will Murray nrnt Sunday with Mr. and MrK. Will Pin- ney. I'red Cnson nnd I'rance I'ltx mnurlcp were Craig vlslton, Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mi. Will Corby and son Kpent I'liduy with Mr', and Mrs. P. II? I'itz.unuricc. Mr. Dit Ci.son und children, of Worth Anno .n been entettalnliig 1111 udvunce of $1.0(1 In 1. week; the mump fur several day. " wold brraker it. that respect. J. If. VnnDeveer I .lellve.lng In r. W. C. Proud, Kye, Kar, Tnroa wheat to l ortescup, thl week. nd Noe SpcclallsU Olflco In the i.TT11, " wn In Oregon. Pliyslclnn'a & Surgeon's Uulldlng, 7th rrlilny nnd Snturdne. i.ll,,.i;.,.. nnil Francis. Street. St. In.nh Mn .Miller lllnelile ,.,l f ........ Clmrle I!. I Sunday with Mr. and .MrK. J. .. iiVi- mcntrout, William Krwln and (,'eorgo .. ' Anile, of llenton towns!. In. wero nt. Mrs. .Susan llledop. h l,., tending county court, Tuetday of thl heen t'ilt III for some time. I l,eii,.r week. HOW. n tho l.nrnliii. f II, 'I'liere were 'J(I present nt Sundav street garage, In St. Joseph, Monday, school, last Sunday, and Ml cent co. , "Igl.t of thl week, March fi, when ulll"; laliout W automohlle were burned, Mis Itachel Stone wn nhtent 'Id Kramer, proprietor of tho Aiito .'III I.11IIMII. I rll 1 11 1 .in ,........ ?.lll I :.l nl II, la j-ltt I, ml a f'n.l ll.,.. "tt .'li Mitlllllll 1,1 -ww,, u, .... Vl.j, MM,, u .UIll' ..lliet. , hie filltn tn Inn 11 Jim Sweet and fumlly lire mov. , Mr. Alvln Hayc nnd wife, of mg into one or the house on the llcck "cnr N"P'er, while on their way to Urn.' farm. ; the Charles Williams alt, March 1!, beveral of our young people nt-!ct with on accident, o wo nie I... tcndnl cliurcl. ut the lilnlr school 1 funned, in which Mr. Ilaye was l.oute, one night, last week. iulto suverely bruised up, by being 1.. """' ." i.ee 1 npperu.e usy, cutting (ultc a number W III ng, which they have sold to the coun ty, Jesse Anno, who has been very sick for the past week, with measles, S",eu,' K"Jlcrc nowund It Is ,,. tuviv win oe none. frMaChni Crcwf wn ol'clllnK corn for S. W. Anno, tho first of the this wrckV .MrV A.nno 18 'Irliverlng corn to II. I,. Kverson, In Forest City, receiving $1.00 per bushel. ' EGO. vZK0T s,,-Ho-r Self-I'layer liano. Drand new. Oscar F. Hoff man, Oregon, Mo. ' John Murkt, of this city, is scrv Ing bis country honorably and well ha is a member of the fcdcrol grand thla'weic 8e"l0n ftt St "V a..J'r i L-'J .we. enter- ee llnnperuie tl.rown from the l.uggy. i-iiunes w, nrooKs movcil, this week, from the Nickel' Crovo school district, to tl.e farm, lie mirclm,! from Sam O'Fallon, und known as tho Lossen Sines pluce. It lics'nbout 4VS miles southeast of Oregon. Charle has a good farm, and will raise alfal fa and make thing hum generally, Miss Hazel Smith. Un hn Wn trimming at Frankcl Frank's millin ery wholesale house, of Kansas City, also Knglchart-Rarlson Merc. Co., of St. Joseph, will be employed by Mrs. E. A. Ncthcrlund for the coming spring season. Sho is here and will be aiad to meet the ladies of nrtm and vicinity, and will trim your hats up 10 mo m.nuie. vve are here to serve you and most cordially invito you to call or phone us about your talned Sunday last by Col. Edwin A. Welty and wife. In 'another Item in this Issue, we stated that Dr. Charles take. Mrs. Charles Oeiger ia daugh ter of the Colonel. bjJ wife. r.ml !,XXmWPiiM or who his WpJS&mffSi K.lft! drug hurt- It.talna vm mJJZi w towe a cenptMU Harmsnlit m Piano; AU Bargain . We have, a used Dtano in irnaA Ln. dltlon that one of our customer! was ItnaDie wvan oaying tor. We will place, it free of charge in the of any satisfactory nartv in th'uLl einvy 01 ywegon, wno will pay the balance In cash or payment as low aa ae-uu per montn. 'Address, . OLNEY MUSIC COMPANY, ou. eef ait., Get Heating Relief This Winter. ' It is a great comfort to bo rolieved for the reminder of your life of all the an noyauces and short comings of old-fashioned heating It is a big day of prog ress for tho householder when he dis mantles his old fashioned method of heating and installs a Hermetic Favorite Warm Air Heater This outfit changes tho house into a home. Its gonial warmth and cleanliness pro tects the family healt'h, and transforms the coalbinssupply into many weeks ot com fort producing results. The radiator is made in one solid casting. There is not a bolt or a particle of cement used in its construction You will see by referring to cut that the sides and door of the radiator are not parallel but converge toward the top compelling the air and dust in its upward course to impinge the entire surface of the radiator and aosorb to the fullest extent the heat generated frcm it. We would be glad to have you come in and examine this furnace closely. Wa can show you how' this wonderful furnace can save you money. TEARE. & RULEY HARDWARE - HEATING - PLUMBING Mtulcy ui.d family, returned to her In ' home In Kansn City, Kunna, last nuniii.y. Mr .and Mr. Itohcrt Kmcrson a:nl lia'trfhlcr, Mr. J, U Andlcr and l.?r little daughter, Lrnore, spent Fri day of lat week at tl.e Itobert Hum mer home. J. I.. Andlcr and family and Mlse France and Itohcrta Kmcr miii snent Sunday, lietwwn crvlcc, ut tl.e home of their cousin, F.d F.vans ("yitcr neighborhood, spent lantweck with 1 relative In thl vicinity Mr. John Carder, of tl.e Illalr ilihtrlrt, spent bunilny with iluughte, Mr. Orville Norri. .Mr. anil .Mr. Join, ucntry, of Illalr. sncnt .Sunday with their daiiL'li- ter, Mr .1. A. Dooley and family. .r. nnn .Mr. AUMin unu ami family client Kundav with Mr. Hull' slMer, Mr. Joe (iuthrle, or Mound City. Kvcry one In thl vicinity was glud to eo the boy or Company I, i.on.e ngnin, inter their long stay on iiie-.ioriier. Mr. and Mr. C. W. ftllck und two children returned. Inst Wedne. day, from Jefferson City, whero they nave spent 11.0 past two month. The rivlval meetinir nt lilnlr I Mng well attended? Itev. Ioniln, ot Mnllml ft,.. lu l.n...l.... ...l I .,,u,,,, ,n (lutiuiiK Din (III -IIIIK. Kinctt l.unnford and family, of Sn- vut.nnh, arc doing the singing. Mr. Sam Nowcl' sister, of Kan sas City, died Thursday night, March 1 1111? 1 t 1 1 i '( hiiii 111 r iNHiv urrivcii n Mound City, Satunlay, und was and fumlly, of Klmey diktrlct. JIISS .Ml I uric Murray iruve a "I'm. groslve Itook" party, lut Friday night. The evening wa very picas, untly spent. At a late hour refresh ment were herved. Those iiriscnt her i'ri': Mr. and Mr. Will Muriuy and lumiiy; .Misse Dale Nichols, Mildred Kills, Leila Williams, France anil Itobertn Kn.erson, 1'aulino Wright, ('cell Fltzmuurlce, Marjorlo Cuson, Charlotte llond, Mabel Kinney and Ida and Kthel Field, and Messrs. Frnneis Kitzmaurice, Fred and John Cnson, (leorge and lo. Field, Herman Kinney, Italiih, I'aul unit Donald Km eion and Kvcrctt Wright. VEUITAS. Come to our entertainment, March IT, at tl.e City Hall, Forest City, Mo. It' worth ten dollars, but we'll only charge 10 cents. FOIl SAI.K Kherson seed oats from a field which yielded 73 bushels to the acre in 1016. Price $1.00 a bushel. C. A. Zochman, Oregon, Mo. tf Fred Williams, who In 1010-12 published the Muitland Herald, is now tl.e owner of "Tho Voton, Mo., Her ald." Fred is a rood nrlnter. nnil will buried In the old cemetery, north of kWo the peoplo down in that river town. I town a good paper, If they will glvo W'ulter llurk and family have proper support, moved to n farm, north of Mnuml A, I,. (Ashbv) Price Is now lm i-uy. An iyius unu ramlly to u owner 01 mo ..no j. h, crlrter farm farm, near l ulrfax; Mr. and Mrs. Kd llcrshner have moved to their farm, which they purchased of It. S. llrown. jiiss .ticrca Murray entertained cveral of her friend Friday evening, in honor of her sixteenth birthday, The evening was Bpcnt In playing "Itnnlr tn ...1.1-1, It... 1 Vl'l '?. received tl.e prize. At a late hour, refreshment were scrveil, after which the guests departed, wishing Merca many more such happy birthdays.' O. K. llenton. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker urn ltrindpl al their duns-liter, Mrs. Guinn Quick and Urmi ? affordod. CalL family. . bsihIau . Homer King, of Kansas City, Kansas, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. L. Staley and family, x.HSv,fc p' Rlce and fnyr of Mound City, spent Sunday of last week, at tho J. L-Andler home. Rev. A. F. Rim .nil romii -i Mound City, jriilted Monday of'lait Sunday night, at 1 oVslock,-and r. w .m"",..?' wno has been of 1C0 acre In tho Lincoln school district. He paid $100 per ucre. It will still be In the family, as Mrs. i.ric ? thS cl'.'.cst 'Khter of tho J. M. Crldcr family. ' And what do you think of this? Mr' n'.Mr,"' William H. Hulattof tho Uichlund school district, are now grandpa and grandmu for the firt time, Mrs. Chouncey Hulatt having presented her husband with a fine girl baby, March 1, 1917. The Sentinel extends congratulations to all concerned. Money to Land on Para royrsr nu option to pay part ( PheJNtona. OoaU yon etkMsfti THE 8ISS0N LOAN TITIJi OO Offlet over Nodaway TalWjt J. C. Morris, wife and Raymond cvurucu tuesaay from Texai, where they visited his brother,' on county tfaople IO DO John, nnd the Ho J.m At 1 . fc.attt N lutSAckiA.:.; ... ... ' ., iMCbtAli BHSSBSSSBKSyi, W-S.,..Kt'.JtJhaWSS