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September 13th and 14th
Suburban Harvest Friday SALE Sa,urdCiy A wilt; Inmichnri by tho Icnrltng nton-a of St. Jo Hupli and to wliMi lliiwh's will lond itn MrttiiKtli and energy. For tho purpose of nmking it n lllg Succecs Hundreds of Bargains In High Quality MorcliandlHo will bo oirerod by All Dcpurtinuntsof tbin ntoru. New Fall Apparel and Accessories Will Ho Droticrlit Forward at the Lowest 1'oenlble Prices. Kumember the dates and come. WATCH FOR OUR ADS IN THE ST. JOSEPH PAPERS HIRSH BROS. DRY GOODS CO. Member Retail Merchants' Assouiatiou Railroad Fares Rebated. Eighth and Felix Streets. ST. JOSEPH, MO. Forest City ami Vicinity. Robert Itlvcna In having n "pot urm," which he carries In n sling, caused by cranking n rnr Thursday morning, breaking his wrist, hut It in getting nlong nil right now. rat Stcgmnlcr nnil family, of Kt. Joseph, came up Saturday afternoon ..-.I ... 0-...J.I -.1 J..-. I.... ...I.I. ..id rM-iu .-iului iiu iiiiii ouiiu.i mill Jim. S.'s folks, A. J. PnttinncT an. I family. Juck Cotton nnil family, of Idle wlldo district, went tn St. Joseph Sat unlay afternoon, where thoy mndp a visit with Jlni, Cotton's sister, .Mir. Alice Lent. Mike I'nloy anil wife, of Wnldnn, Mn spent Saturday ami Sunday with George Dimming nnil Wm. Fer guson motored over to Wnthona. Kan. l-'rlilny morning In the Ferguson enr, ami attended the Modern Woodmen picnic, which wn held there. Mr. Gust Morris, of Klovd. In. i viiung wmi nor row, iicnnl Reynold ami wife, In Brush College district. .Mr, ucynnid inm noon on hip hck 111, um Ik better now. Ml Oiplm Stewart, of Oregon, wan thu guest. M'voial days last work, in her uncle, cad HaKor ami lainlly. Mr. It. W. Fnwk and son, Ijiw iviire, were in St. Joseph Friday. Iluirh Wilson mid fnmllv. of Ore iron, visited Sunday with Mr. Wilson's rniiM ti. i.vin. n.n.. i rolKK. i;. i.. iiriMiiMcK nnil rnniiiy. in Brush College district. I, ltll-; Turnoy win. transacting bus Mesdiime Man Harrier. Al.o Mil.' 111 ht- Joseph lriduy. lor, I'M ilurrior. IIukIi llurrlor, .Mix It wan reported thnt tho bridge Iva Mnnyon, Mr. Clato Sohneirer.lby tho old FlUmnurlcp home place was Mr. Tile Chosney, Robert Plumnier, washed out I'ridny nftrrnoon liy the unu who, wore an in hi. Joseph, tuo. Ilium nun, day of last week. Mr. Sid Kltiiler and ehlldten, of Atrinsnn county, wei-e Hip gui'st or lior lter several days, lat wook, Mr. Jclf Walker. dforge lllnkle I putting u Perry Molten wan n Inline vl i Itor In St. Jnsenh Thursday. George (iolen nnil family, nf Itulo, Noli,, eamo over tatturdiiy nml I spent n few day ut the Charley 1111 hoozlor homo. Frank llnlne roturned homo Sat teen feet wide liy thirty-! foot tnll.lutday from Council llhur, la., whom Mr. I.ma lorry and daughter,! he had lieon vlltlng a few wook with Mr. Fred Dnvl. of Now Point, wore, hi mother, Mr. A. Dothlef. visiting at tho II. II. Conncll homo, Win. Crawford wn a business Tuewlny of last week. 1 visitor in St. Joseph Saturday. lln n liollowtlle hrick silo, which I four r For Friday and Saturday Little Chick Feed $4.00 per 100 lb. sack ' ' THE NEW FOOD REGULATIONS allow you to buy flour in any quantity. One pound of substitutes with four pounds of wheat flour. We have in stock Pure Hard Wheat Flour-No mixtures. We have a few cases of No. 2 1-2 Apricots in light syrup at $3.00 per dozen. This is a good buy as canned fruit is getting scarcer and higher. Get Your Orders in Before 9 a. m. CASH FOR EGGS, POULTRY AND HIDES 1E.EREEES.SI OREGON, MO. ' United Statsi Food Admiaatration Liotme kSMSftjisSVWlissMIMSISMS MMMMMMIIjr The Willing Workers met With Mr. Dan llnhn. Sr., Wednesday, Aug. 28. One sweater was turned in bi Olive Cosncr. They will now dlscov tlnue their meetings on account of .chool, but the work on hnnd will le llnlshcd. Illnncho I'ntton has one p. Ir of socks nearly rtnlheii one no r h. Alnrlo Sti-oiiil. nno tinlr liv Air-. Ii n llnhn and Lillian Cider; Mildred Hop per, fcwealer to be llnUhcd. J. W. l'ltumaurice, I.ro Cotton, J. ji. .inumaio ami ncnry i,iiml nv tended the Maitland fair Thurml.iv They ray tlicy had the beet time they over nan ni any inir. Mrs. I'. A. Landers was tho met of Mr. and Mr. Dan llnhn, Sr., Tues day of last week. -.Mr. .Minerva .Meyer and lliwra Hill spent the day Wednenlny at tl'C Dan llnhn. Sr.. home. Wr are glud to hear of Gcorpe r lazier improving in nraiin, Mr. and Mr. Simon 1'rlco return oil linnio fc'atunlay from V'lriiin:i wlit'ie they have been visiting the pa t six wecKs wun rciunvcs. Mr. K.W. Smith and three diiugh1 ters, Mis.-es l-'ny, 1'empa and MnlK l of near Maitland, visited Friday with their daughter, .Mr. and Mrs, lialrli Meyer, in Kimsey district. Miss Mob"! nlo attended the teachers' institute In Oregon. Dwlght Meyer and family, Mr. .moiiip tiainraitii ami uni. italorallli and family. C. J. Ilruntnieyer ami family, I'rnnk Waggoner and wife, Al bert Ko!lmer and wife, Itussell Cotten nml wife, Andrew I'nyne mid familv Thomas I'ilkinston and familv. J. Y Scott nml wife, I'. II. Kitimauricc and family and others from here attended the Maitland fair Thursday. Elmer Ilnley, who Is working In Chlrugn, was here several days lat week, making a visit with his mother, .Mrs. .Mary Haley, ami otner relative, A. J. Lyons and family. J. M. Shumate and family, niotmed to St. Joseph lat Wednesday and visited 'clative. J. M. bnumate and innilly ri'turncd tl'.'i same day, and Mr. Lyons and frmlly came home the next day. i no i;eu tros is necuing ncip in the women a work. They meet every Wednesday nftormwn at the Itcd Cross heaiKr-iailcrs. r.verjuody urged to romp out and help. ii. i,. r.erMn and family and t rif.nt.. ,1. r'M.t..f...i .1... ;..t... ..lie. ,.'1 uii.i uiwi.tuiii .iiiii iiiiiiiii;! . Miss Lulu, motored to Falls City ami Salem, Neb., Sunday, where the Kvct son's vlidttd with Mr. ami Mrs. Ilnr old l-nrd, at Sntcm. and Crawford's visitoil with Wm. Ullc and family, at Falls City. Mrs. Mayme I Undo, of Kan.'ns City, Is visiting witli her mother, .Mrs, Moilie (iallimtth. nml familv. Miss Vemle St. Clair, of the K odus district, Is at the Chick Quick mime, ami nitcmnng our scnooi nerc. Wm. Kclley and family, of Oregon wilt tho day Sunday at the Htroui Meld home. (inlen Mlll, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday nnd Monday with his folks here. thus. .Alius and family W F. Caton, of Mound City, Is spending this week with his ilnugnter, .Mrs. (ioorgp uraxe, and laniiiy. Itev. II. II. Smallwood and family of r.lnio, were guests at the Itlley Turnev heme Saturday night and Sun day, while on their way to attend the confeiencp meeting, which is being Held nl l uilnn, .Mo. Seott Waggoner has sold his fnim to Holier t Wallace and (icorgc Swy meter. Walter Drake nnd family, of St Joseph, spent Saturday night and Sun day with his brother, Ccorgc Drake, and innilly. llert Weber nnd n gentleman frlpml. nf tfnHnn. Knna II. t!. Ilitrrf .'III.. lUll I1IIIV2. l.llll 111 IL lllVIT. " ......... ... ... ......... lie also went to New Market, Iowa,!" ' Htewnrtsvlllc, .Alo., and Satunlay, to spend a few- days with his wife's folks there. Mrs. M. A. Kills and Miss Lennis (lass arc nUemllng the Chautauqua ut iiiiieim, nuiinan. Mrs. K. Caskev. of Stella. Neb- was down seveiai days, lasi weeK, vis iting with her pnreats, r.. II rock ami family. Mrs. K. 1 1 rock and daughter. Mrs. Caskey. went to Craig Saturday evening, where they spent n few days with their daughters and sisters, Tom Taylor and Mrs. Taylor Louden and families, and also attended the Craig Chautacua while there, Alia Fads, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sid Fads, of tlurr Oak district. spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. win. i Horn i ill. who tnuciit thtir school lust Howard Teare and wife, of Oregon, pent Sunday with Mrs. A. (i. Welicr. Harry Teare. wife and son. Spenc er, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday and Monday here, the guests of relatives ami friends. Harry and Spenrer arc permanently located at tnc nymoutli Clothing store. The other son, How ard, Is nt the (ircat Iikes training station, near uucago, in. Cha. Dawson ami Frank Comer were tianractlng business In St. .'o senh Friday. list Saturday, August .11. being Mines ICamlall's loth I rthdav. his friends jdanneil n surprise on him. Frnost Knsnlc took him to town to spend tho evening, while friends gath ered at his home; It was suro u sur name were played, lunrh was 1! I III t ll1'! I II 1 1 1 1 1 I IV IUUKHV ilU II f . aim's ftdaml. of Napier, was In' ''I1-. -,L'.r?,,.'yr.I ,',.i"1."?.,,01.1 .lY?" our eltv Sntunlav enis. ,M n iiiic nour nil ngpnrieii wisn- Mr. ai l Mrs". Vine Hopper, of Inif Hayes many more happy Idrthdays llurr O ik .ll.trlrt wont In Aniii 'imiip. Those preseat won't .Misses !u,st,m las' 'week', where" they ! "l-'.n Klllol, Kllz.H;th, vl.lt 11. ih,.lr ;,,.. Jn nml I loronrc n.i .inomi i iizma irue, irr- 75 years ago everyor wore homespun and, likewise, everyone ucd hand-mixe paint To-day, w licit machinc-pun cloth it to much better and cheaper, no one would think of wrarins homcjpun. Many people are still mine hand-mixed paint, however, because they do not know that r"1 p The Guarantee J ULVUil. Lead and Zinc Paint ftwtr CallontWtort Longrr will save them money and labor. Dcvoe Lead and Zinc Paint it made of the same Incrrdientt the old-time painter ued: Pure White Iad, Pure White Zinc, and Pure Linseed Oil. The only difference It that Dcvoc Is mixed by machinery, 1000 callous at a time. Therefore, it Is alway Uixiluicly uniform in strength, color and covcrinc capacity. . We cuarantcc Devoe Lead and Zinc Paint to be pure. Wc kntw it contain! no whit jnir, silica or other worthiest materials. Stop in and atlc for Color Card and "aluabla free booklet "Keep Appearance! Up and Expense! Down." HENNINGER DRUG CO. THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE OREGON. MISSOURI Not In chart io In ilah nf alt of Clirla MittiT. IiimI imiiI f 'I'd n r kiln i . hi and Vllglnla Hartnott, Fjjlltli Hull- Srpiomber Ii, the elate has liven rliani- dute. Wed- II, 111 IS. ii ...i... n.-.. irsa i -flii'.i-l,!.. iv ,1. i':n,rn ltorrli.1- Iim. KllJtabclli Itoynold. Tho young ,, Weilnosday. .Soptimlier II. on ac and Itlley Turnoy weie vUltors In St. !r.oi"u'"" " "rlC! , Hegl-tralion I My roming on nil Saturday. I.. . .' v , ... .. wpiriniirr i.. KeniemiMT , , ,, , .. , ,, ., inn, imip noiiieii, m. iieyn'iin, jniin Mrs. Jnsenh llnrr. Alfred llnllev i ,..Lr..i w,..i. -.,. i(.. wvi.. and family and Ml Anna Stanton, of ,,,.,. xw' nll)(rrf lv,:v .;,,,r tll,. , Itea, Mo., spent tho day cdiiei;day M. (;n,., Charlie Koxlcr. l'atrkk' inlm. ()r..l ami Lev Volon.l nml or last week at llio .M. . summing .-il,n,.1tfI. Wilbur Llmnn. Albert f.lll. .ml ri.,lA.. unn,. ...i ...ir le II llnllironW ..r T.v.n..,-,.l. U l,!10'"c' J! r' ""'."'Ii Wl,1.l",(',' iii.doiiKl to Johnston, Nebraska, Sun .Mr. II. Ilollirook, or leciimClt.',tn,l mm. IVinnn. Mr. nnil .Air. Jnlm .ln,. ... ..I. it n,i...J 'ri,.... ...i..,.,.l homo. eii., ami in son, unen iininrooK, in ttmiM li..,; M, ..!.. win. I.uckerolt. or .veneoa. Knns..' Claud Anna's condition Is not Camp 1'iko, Ark., worn shaking hnnds with relatives and friend in our city i. .1 i p i..... i. nnuTiiuy til iusi nrvii. Mls Maude Stnllnid, (leorge Tor- n'lie. .AIN na Alkile. Urui-e lln!- lock, Ml Mary Alklro, Otto Stallnnl, rove no to Maltlnm In the Stnl aid oar last Weilnosday and attended thu lair, I.... U,i,.,l... nl II... rl..l.. Cli.inirn.. p.... i l r..ir..L.. i.i.i --.ij'.'"' ' ' ........ ........... i.i-.. w. w v.. mvinj iiviii 1 I , IIUIIIP at Craig last WiMlnewlay, and In our j Itv. .Kiinibiv. Omer Willlanw was a visitor In Omaha. Neb.. Sunday Judge (5. W. Cotton, of I'oibes, and James Quick, wife and Mis firaro or Demon district, spent Sunday ul tho A. J. Cotten home. Air. I. ila .Sneer. Mrs. I. Men Ijiii- lor and Mrs. (ilvim Wilkes spent the Iny Thursday ut tho Oscar Isaacson home. Clare Watson attended the SedU- Floto rlrriis In St. Joseph, Saturday. Saturday morning, as Meilwtiy Hoover wn crossing tho bridge by tha Cniinon place, where Kiln Martin live, tho team fell tlilnugh onn end 1 the 111-1 iro as ho had started nrln.... but fortunately nobody was hurt, Wn understand that the Leo Vin egar Co. will not mil their plant In hum city turn season. (Jeorge ami Fmmet Ilrndbeek went to Savannah Sunday morning to get their rur, which hate been there for thu past two weeks, Mr. I!ele Combs spent the day Sunday with her son, Neul Cumbs, uiul family, in Oregon. Mr. Henry Combs, A. It. Cn, Mrs. John Ferguson nnd children, and Corbla Cllft wero In St. Joseph, Thur tiny of Inst week, Our public school of twelve grudrs commenced Monday, with our six teacher present. Tho following nin tho teachers and their grades: Mr. Ii, C. Hutchison, of Chamois, Mo., Supt.; Mrs. Ilernard Kvenls, of Oregon, prln cipal, who will teach tho llth, 10th, Utli nnd 12th high school grades: Ml Mottle) Heeler will teach the 7th and 8th grade's: Misses Gladys Owens, of .iiaryviue. win icacn tne nth and rlh grades: Miss Jcsslo Uovd will teach the nd and 4th grades, and Miss Sadie itunt win tcacn tho primary room, 1st and 2d grades. Jacob Italser, W. D. Morge nml Frank Mills wcro In St. Joseph Wed nesday of last week., Lorcn Yates' went to Council niufTs, Iowa, Sunday morning, where he spent a few days with his cousin, Clifford Yotcs, who sjoea to the army DUUIl. Wm. Merwln nnd Avlfo and Mr, Mayme Hlndo were shopping In Kan sas Citv Friday nnd Saturday. Corbln Cllft and Worth Anno spent hunrtay with corbln'a mother, Mrs. Mary Cllft, who Is on the sick list at the Harry llaker home, near Forbes. Harold Hlndo left Monday for Kansas City, wher he will attend scnooi wis term. , Mr. Leonard Schaeffer visited Sunday and Monday at the J, E. Alklre home. Mrs, Mary Thornhtll and' daugh ter, 'Mlu . Leomv:pent Sunday and Sunjlay night at the E. M. Richmond noma. Wed Hind, of . Kansas city, vl Udwal diryji laat week at the Mrs. was transacting i-eal estate busiiies nearly so good a It was n few week mm.,, .i. riiAiiiiuiini; 111111), ago. no uas neon sunering wun sc T. K. Tome has Ix-cn heie tho paU veto headaches again. week, packing bis hoiis'-hold ginwls, to Tom Hucklos and wife, of Ann be shipped to Norton, Kan., where ho zonlu, uu visiting Jnrk ami Ocorge wm miiKii 111 luiuri- iii'iiio. t.otton and tamille, and III sons, Will iiiicK uacK ami inniny sb'ih hip ami l.loyil. A Urge number of people from thi vicinity attended the Holt County Fair at Maitland, last week. Miss Genevieve' Price, of Mound City, liegnit teaching her second term of school. tit MIowlMo this week. Tho patrons of that district lire very glad to have her with them again. Tho Kxedus school opened Mon day with Mis Cliumhein n teacher. J. II. VaVndevecr and elaughtcr, (race, and II. A. Howies and daughter, Fern, uttcuded Chautauqua In King uiiy suminy .Alls Itertha MrClannnhan. of Or egon, visited Sumby at the WMdi Kcl ley Home. Mr. T. H. Tearo and daughter, Ml Wilmii, nml son, Thomas Vine, are tho gousts of the Joe Williams ami Harry lliyant homes, In Savannah, this week. Class No. II of tho Methodist Sun day school gave u plrnlc party In hon or of Mr. Hlley 'lumcy. The pastor I" I.'. rVu.lnv nml fnl.illv. l( V. I.'iitvllii and fumlly, Mr. T. K. Teaits and1 Miller Hluchly nnd family nml Thomas Vine and Miss Wllma, Mi. Mrs. Jono Illachly wero guests of Tom I'.iizanciii urawiorn ami .miss i.iiiu, were also Invited. Mrs. Turnoy. ac companied by her daughter. Mis Gen evieve, and son, llert Fairbanks, will soon leave for Colorado, and tho T. 10. Tenrp family will go to Norton, Knns. lloth families will bo greatly missed In Forest City. Albert Martin nnd family spent Sunday with Hand Watts and family. near tortescue. J. T. 11 rmlngham. Sr.. and Miss Josephine, went to Kansas City Sun day, where they mot their daughter and sister, .miss iicni'viove, wun was returning homo from n visit with her nunt, Mrs. Wulter Lottenvllle, ut Tul sa, Oklahoma, -mid was also visiting at tho O, W. Mullen home ut Kldorndo, Kansas. John Miller, of St. Joseph, enmo up Sunday urn! spent tho afternoon and evening at the Claude Sanner home. Joseph Clark, of Council Illutfs, Iowa, was visiting with his uncle, Ma jor Clark, and family, Thursday and Friday, while on his way homo from F.xcelsior Springs, Arkansas. F. K. Costcel made a sale of a new Dort car to Court Nicholson, who lives In Kimsey district. Mrs. D. C. Stallard returned homo Sunday morning from Missoula, Mont., where she has been on an extended visit with D. C.'h mother, Mrs. Saruh Potter. A nine-nound baby girl was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schaeffer, Men day morning, Sept. 2. Dr. Bert W. Hancock was In attendance. S. E. Chambers and family went to Mound City Sunday and spent tho day with his sister, Mrs. W. D. Alli son. His mother, Kim. Mary E. Cham bers, of Mound City, and his brother, Ivan Chambers, and family, of Coun cil Bluffs. Iowa, were present. , Virgil and B radio Slpes and fam ilies returned home last week from Colorado, where they had been mak ing a visit with their old Missouri friends, near Holyolce, and other places. They' report crops looking good there. Lee Cotton and family, of Kimsey district, and Ed Keaster and family, of Oregon," took dinner at the Wm. Baker, Sr., heme, Sunday. , John Anderson and' family spent Sunday at Ik Judsre D. C: 'fitallard home.' i'iik ngton uiul family bumliiv. Mis Vema Sinclair will attend school Li Forest City tills year. Jack Cotten ami family visited over Sunday In St. Joseph with Will Walden and family. 1. P. I'ilkington caught uulte a nlro lot of fish In the Missouri river last week. Misses Lou und Vcrnu Sinclair at tended tho Hrown County Fair, at Ilia wutha, Kansas, last week. Vlnco Hopper und wife', Leo Hon per and wife, Wllllo Hopper nnd wire, and Leonard and Kiln Hopper returned home from Camp Fun'ton Mnndiy, whero they spent a few days with Joe unu i nn .l(j,.pii-, wmi um in tiuinmg there. They made tho trip In their Ford cars. EGO. Program. Ninth Anuu.il u.ivcntlon of the Christian churches of Holt county, Mo., Tuewlny, September 17, 1U18, nt Illgelow, Mo.: 9:30' a. m. Devotional, led by Mrs. James Browning. D:4S a. m. Bible School Period. He ports by their representatives. 10:ir, a. m. Christian Endeavor Per iod. "Dead or Alive," by E. V. Agler. 10:30 a. m. C. W. B. M. Period. Work of the local council, by Mrs. J. S. Crawford, 11:00 a. m. Tho Church After the Wur, C. M. Chilton. 11:45 a. in. Announcements nnd ap pointment of committees; nominations, recommendations and resolutions. 12:00 o'clock. Adjournment 1:30 p. m. Devotional, led by Albert Martin. 1:45 p. in. The Hural Problem, S. D. Harlan. i 2:15 p. m. Relation of tha County to the District Work, Granville SnelL' 2:45 j). m. Report of committees. 3:00 .p. in. Linking Into the Future, - ... .. . ueorgo w. Jiiaxweii, ' 3:30 p. m. Needs of a Soul Winning Church, H, R. Murphy. 4:00, p. m. Addreaaiby O. B. Sear, of Camden Point 4:30 p. m. Adjournment B.iiuip. m., ifevoupnai, v 1 :45 p. in. Address by B. B. Briney, ir. . nit ... d' THE MOST DIKKCT WAY TO IIF.I.I' IS TO BUY WAU SAVINGS STAMPS. For Sale Bulck Roadster. Sec Hrodheck & Holt, At LKHMAN'S Th. 4my w clot Mil .11 hart knttht ol pin. (exxi. I utrjr itetcriplion .U l thorl lot, of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You csn ! nir htlf tr Ir.din, tt LEHMAN'S on in am i KEMN ' DAY of 9:30 m. Adjournment wv T. KjJwilson tsd L.(1I. D4wseM Vrtll b;thiqllegates from Oregon to Three Books Thero's a Farm for You in Colorado. Go to Southwestern Nebraska The Big Horn Basin ol Wyoming Get Them They describe the low-priced lands that grow high-priced crops. A visit to the broad, fertile prairies of Northwestern Colora do or Southwestern Nebraska and an acquaintance with the soil, climate, educational advantages and transportation facilities an eye-opener to the unacquainted, is generally followed by pur chase, location, happiness and prosperity. If you prefer an Irri gated farm, In one if the best- projects the Government has de- veleped, then the llg Horn Basin of Wyewlnj Is tht place for ysu. fclJsytt, 19$ fill.,.