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1917 NOVEMBER, 1917 rpj mar. I 2 Q tmk m a 5 pm 7 ""9"To 3 Erf I! 12 13 14 15 16 17 (?? 18 19 2021 22 2324 125 126 127128 tolgOl 1 0k "WHAT BECAME OF PARKER" A Farce Comedy in Four Acts Given by Craig .Talent for the Benefit of Craig Public Library CAST OF CHARACTERS: Mildred Green ,.Mrs. Sam Rose Vivian Parker ... Eda Rool Hcbc Worthy Mrs. T.A.Ward Cora .-. .Una Thompson Fred Parker L. R. Ad kr?6rrc7.ro.. Jeremiah Growler Jim Stokes Mr. Harrison C. L. Willis Dr. Rogers Geo. Wickiscr Police Sergeant J. B. McLyre Otto G. 0. Bcrls Jim Jones Maurice Stokes P. DOBTNS, rraUtal TOM rout (he Sentinel Pri; ting'and Putlisl ing Co. INCOttrORATBDl rUBUSBEM JOLT COUNTY SBNITNUli OHrMiON. MISSOURI. DEMONSTRATION IN PETROGRAD THAT LED UP TO REB ELLION AGAINST THE KERENSKY GOVERNMENT tlmd t ttia fcatoflk, Oramo, Mlamrt, at Sarond Claja alattar. Wa.U Naw,iatr Davotad to tha tntaraata of tha Uaat County In tli Union. IERMSi IMS rr.H YtlAR. ITateb lha tfaia lallawlni yaar name en lha ailn ( lha pap.r. Ii Kill lha data la UJa yaar sasacrlpllan l paJJ. i Trliby. Nmrmhrr 223, 1!I7. I DVKIITMINII II AT 1.1 1 M.play adT.ril.lnc. l( par Iwh. run of par.-, wh.ra dl,tay airIi ihrrt lclia un.l.r thrra Inchaa, tte par Inch. Una Raira, I Of par Una, frt In.artloni par Una anth actional In.artlon. All rlftleM raalra la I "ountH at Una rata, irtl.aa matlar avraaita half rolumn, oar . thai lo ta :S par Inrh. Rataa on I'dlllfal Adrrtlllt Ma da Known n application. VThara an ad.rtl.mant ha. attrn rompoil. tlon, aama nlll t,a rharsrd arronllnair. I flita Hataa ara NET la All Adittlaa and At.nta.) 'ay; wmxis-mt aw are-, ntaa-- - l n I T I I'nr mini)' wwfca iri'lniia to tin- milliri'iik r tin- rilii'lllim iiiMlnt tin Krrriil!y piivirimiriit In Ituastn, Itie I nollK'lliia ImhI I ii (.'iilliltn: alrclietli dully lilnliT llir If idi-r-lilp nf Tnilzljy mid I.miIih'. The ,liuln;jritpli slmui ii , procession nf llM.icllil troop" which men. fully ntlnciii'il llm Wlnlrr inliiri In IVtri'sriiil. Tin: oHKcns intkrvhdan TI.MK TAI1I.E. Elfacllia liunJar, April I, HIT. t: t4 to II t.u 14 l.r. Tilt ar " i:5 n in " IStIO am " I ill i m " 4iI0 pm " Tli J lm II. turn I'. City nil a m A 10:01 a m I9it( pm 2 174 pm 4iS4 p m litS pm 1'ornl Clly Ar. IiOO am " itO a. n " t:i3 pm " Site pm " 4i4lpm " 7 itt p m Orajon Ar. lilt am IOiIO am lltOpra ' tilt pm " ti:0pm ti:o p m Not A Dally wai Eonday, No. 4t on 8undr at 4i0 p. m. If any aauaniiara to (o. it lilt p. m. A apaclal atmk Itaturn. laava Fsraat City train for atock and car . Bk. ohanatar daalrad ty ahlppara. oaol ahlrmanta laava Onnn at IttIO N?!,r,i .A" l'l ,r,,M l laara Oraton n tha li:i a. m. train. L. I. IIOOKE. Canaral Malucar. Oraton. Mo. John Mi'iiili lllxhlanil llrmn. Poilock ahlppnl UU j I Tuesday Evening, Dec. 4, 1917 at Royal Theatre Oregon, Mo. ADMISSION 35 CENTS AND 25 CENTS llOJTK, wrnt to llolcknw. A ''ox 'upper and pic oclal will be Rlrtn nt tnr Divide fcliool liou'c, Weilncfilay rvcnlnjr, Nov, 2H. A pio BTam bIko will lie rvnilnrvil. Kviry. body Invltoil. Mury K. Ijiccy, Tcucli er, . Daniel Znciimnn anil wife have returneii from their visit with their on, Sol, nt Knimet. Maho, anil my hia boy in iloinR well anil pro'ncrini;, rven If he hn only one kill, but he My Silas lluehcr In wonic o(T; he has none n yet, but otherwlno U iloinR well. Mr. anil .Mm. Walter ItiiRan, of Kansas City, ilruvo up In their carj inl weeK, mr a visit wun iter nintncr, Mr. Mnry Foley, anil brother, Klilon, Mr. Iturun wiin much pleaHed with hi Vl. 2n1 "i"1 m.?k0,? .Tturn conclusion init, ll Uliliu iiiii iiuitbii i tun nun iu Up UK vuiwipi Therc wore 411 earn of applet), eev en cars of corn, two emu of wheat, four curs of huy, four of cattle anil four cars of Iiors. A (rent Stokes says that the business at the Craltr sta tion is Increasing every year, ilesplto the fact that many people of Craif; ay the town is irolng back Craig leader, Nov. U, I'J17. II. Kckles, of Klilon. this slate. tho was formerly connected with the Mnine Ii'leplionc here, was in town, luemav and Wcilnculay, on business. Mis eldest son Is now a Junior In the State University. Mrs. Mary M. Toley took n trip over to Wuthena, Kansas, last Satur day, and spent Sunday with her bch cior son, u. w taking over v some of those needful things over with h'r to 11(1.1 clor son, I some of tl to his winter comfort. At A Bargain! If taken soon. The residence nron by erty In Oregon Mrs. Alice Kunz, fnltniM-lv rm'nrwt C. D. ItAYIlIlX. At LEHMAN'S Tb aUy wa Iom out all aliort Uaftka of paaco ooda of tyary ikKriptioa aa wall a aWt lot. of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You can aat a aar half by tradina at LEHMAN'S on REMNANTDAVj PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will offer for sale on his farm, known as the James Griffith farm miles northwest of Mound City. Vi miles northeast of Craig, 1 2 miles southeast of Fairfax, and 1 3J7 miles northwest of Maitland, on , w, Tuesday, December 4, 1917 The following described property: Hugh Unman has come to tho thut If he wunts to keen a funeral nrijij,lnn Iia liiui had to Ret some kind of a vehicle that could beat the old time "hoss" riu, no iiu mi irauKiu mm a r oni. Fred Cook has returned from So dalia, where ho had been on business. His wlfo met him at Knnsas City, and returned with him In their cor. Frank Castle and Dun Hunt also returned with them, passing Sunday at home, Charley Watson, of Kansas City, nw imin mud ncnik.) VII illC lb. C, & C, H. run, is hero cnjovlne c lay-olf, vlsitinp; his mother, brothers and other relatives. You don't find any line mien anywhere on this earth, Do you.need new celluloid In your auto curtains. We do 4lila klnH nff uf nali GERALD KING tesse Conlrev on business. Mnmlny. ('Ion N'nlile vlnltcl Riimliif u-ltli his friend. t!eorce llradley. .Miss Ne He Cunnlnulmni vlnltn.l. Sunday, with Miss Ollndn Neintnn. -.Mr, nml .Mrs. Jiiiiu-h Cordrey, Kl. tier nnd Mis Stella, were shonnlni? In ht. Joseph, Tuesday. -Mrs. II. S. Iliinna nml Alice snrnt the i!ny. Friday, with her sister. Mrs. A. W. I'rynmn ami family. Mrs, Joe Slpes and 1'aul visited, uuiniay niRiit nml .Sunday, wait licr mollier, Mrs. k. llrush, of Napier. .nr. imn .Mrs. itov i,t tines visiicii Sunday with Mrs. (irimes' parent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jilin Schanks, of tho .Mayflower dlrtrict. r.arl lientnn nnd lamlly motored to Mound City, Saturday, and visited wun Mr. anil .Mrs. wiikvs, iney ic turne.1 Sunday tvcnlntr. .mi-., i.mma tirimes lin ri'tumcil to her homo with her daughter, Mrs. rrnnK itouien, or Mirest uity, artrr a 1'iciiih ' visit with her son, Hoy, anil fnmlly. 1 here wns no school Thursday nnd Friday, of last week, our teacher, MIm Vollu Deglow, huvlng gone to Knnai City to attend the Missouri State Twu'luTn Association. IIKTTY I1I.UK. o llluff Cil). Keith Foster, of Forest spent Sunday evening at the man :i'ne. A number of young folks went lo literary nt Chambers, last l'riday tilcht; they say It is line. There is going to be a Thanks giving program lit lllulf City, on Frl i.iv ivinlnL'. S'ovemlier 'M. N'cNt Sunday Is llro. Martin's reg ular appointment. F.verybody come. Sunday school at 2 o'clock; preaching at U:UU. Henry, Mnry ond Cnrrlo Prus ninn went to the naitv at Torent Wuir oners', of the Chambers district, last Saturday, The new library and other new furniture for our school house Ins nrrivod. Who said IllutT City was be hind the timw; we arc coming to the front : come. ... Wo hnd a nice Sundnv school last Sunday. There were 85 present nnd fl.80 collection. Some or our tchol mi u-ri nut nresent. us a cood mnnv went to the funeral of Mr. Chadwlck, at Forest City. Our contest is pro gressing fine. Wo have an enrollment of 72 hustlers on tho red side, and 80 rustlers wearing tho bluo pins. Come out and bo one. PANSY, Horses and Mules Brown Marc, 8 years old; Sorrel Marc, smooth niouth; Black Mare Colt, 2 years old; Black Marc Colt, I year old; these colts arc full sisters, out of the Rankins' Trotting Bred Stallion, owned by Hugh Cottier; Bay Horse, 8 years old, weight 1 250; Gray Marc, smooth mouth, weighs 1400; Bay Horse, 5 years oldrweight 1300; Bay Horse, 7 years old, weight1 1400; Gray baddlc Horse,, smooth mouth; sorrel Horse, 7 years old; Bay lYIarc toll, I year old; Bay Marc, 7 years old, with foal to the John Crist Horse- Cattle H One 4-ycar-old registered Shorthorn Ciw, will be fresh soon, bred lo O.W.Long's; rd Bull; I Black Cow, 3 years old, to be fresh about holiday time; 2 Red Cows, 3 years old; 3 Red Cows, 3 years old, with calves by their side; 5 Roan Heifers, I year old; 7 Red Heifers, I year old; 3 Bull Calves, and I'Ycai'ling Bull. These Cattle arc all High Grade I af I and arc in line snapc. IfC,7 City. I'russ box amic win ve la yiuffTMii, uuji supper and pie social at the Wilson school bouse. Friday, November 16, 1917. Ererybody invited. MABEL COLWELL. Teacher. Smith Meadowi and wife, of MalUaad. and Geom Gelrin, wife and Bernard, drove over to Hiawatha, Kansas, mna anent ulvc tmmamw. uer. nard would not allow Wa grandpa to be at the wheel, aa (Mt'had other busi ness for him to look after, The FOR SALE. German M. E. church building, at Graham, Mo., eluding three lots. parsonage, ii. Mo., in- sealed dioj.wiii be received by Val. liamm, at urn- t aa. a. 1. . 1.1 a ah litiyViAc, limn, juu.i u im oviu w ,a""", bidder. Bids to be in by December IS, 1917. . e T1av. son of Mr. and Mr. R. V, Hud-ins, of Forbes township, la still In a St Joseph hospital, where he has :ot IV an all around good fellow, been since October 16. having under- cone several operations. He la doing COUia do cxpccicu, ana wo will, win out, for ne is aa well. do hope Cla Hogs Three Brood Sows, bred to farrow in March; I Sow, with 5 pigs, and 5 Shoals. Miscellaneous On Set Double Buggy Harness, as good as new, will be offered for sale. TERMS: Sums under $10, cash in hare, over that a credit of 6 months will be given. purchaser giving bankable note bearing 8 percent interest from date of sale. E. P. EDDY COLS. BABB and FRIES, Auctioneers. Emll's Is the place to buy Furni ture. Thoroughbred Toulouso Geese for sale. Henry Deglow, Fortys, Mo, Mrs. Mag Williams was n visitor, lost Wednesday, with Mottle Promt. Judgo C. 11. Whltmcr Is down nt Ileardcn, Arkansas, prospecting a lit tle. Jesse, Ilutterflcld was up from St. Joseph, visiting, a few days the past week. Louis Opel, of High River, Can ada, is hero tor un extended visit with his mother. Gus Hcnstorf, of Corning, had a cor of hogs on tho St, Joseph market last Thursday. Mrs. Jim Reynolds waa visiting friends and relatives in th country a few days last week. John Boyd, of Winslow, Arizona, is here enjoying his vacation with his mother, listers and brothers. There waa a baby boy came to brighten the home of Mr.1 and Mrs. Elsworth George, hut Friday. Christ Meyer, wife and daughter, Beatrice, were in t. Joseph, last .Thursday. Dr. Proud relieved Be atrice of. her acmolos, 'that bad been causing her so much troublt. 4 Single Comb lirown Leghorn Roosters for sule. Mrs. Nelson No land, Route 3, Formers' Phone, No hunting or trespassing allowed on tho Frank Morgan farm. HENRY PRIEI1E. Miss Alico Marshall, of Grunt City, was the guest of tho Lester Pet tijohn family, a few days tho past week. Lost, between tho postoffico and Moore's store, a gold culr button, with Initial "D." Finder please return to this office. Tho New Point Presbyterian C. E. will give on oyster and pie social, Friday night, of this week, Nov, 23, Everybody Invited. I WANT TO BUY YOUR CORN in wagon load or car load lota George Gelvin Farmers Phone 60 The usual union Thanks service will' be held at the Mel church, en llianlurmnr ni 80, and the sermon will be delivered oy wev. w. y. jonnson,' or ue Evan- giving ithodltt Nov. Mother Muxlow, who has been so sick with pneumonia, is now conva IcHcing nicely, and set up nnd is busy making carpet rags, Rev. J. H. Ilcnslcy, of Kansas City, will speak in tho Interest of tho Anti-Saloon Leaguo ut tho Methodist church, Sundny night, Nov. 25, I have left my accounts in tho hands of J, M. Drown; and notes at Cltliens' Bank, for collection. Please settle. W. S. WOOD. Mrs. Charles Thompson waa in St. Joseph, Thursday, having her ears treated by Dr. Proud. Her hearing has been Impaired for somo time Just Received A car of Lara bee's Best Flour. MOORE GROCERY CO. Moore Building. Albert Cotten received a pack ago by mail one day last week, from Cy Stewart, of Holyoke, Colorado. It contained three potatoes that aver aged 1 pound affuTlO oz. each. The item is going the rounds that W. F. Rankin, of Tarklo, will produce 680,000 bushels of corn on Us Atch ison eountv farms this vcar. and if it do ao. no ia,Bnuuea w oeui aa the com' kin r of the Unit We hope jt'is true.. known States.