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. 1 ' M t1. 1 i 3 TV ft' 3., ft i. ,- Forest City and Vicinity HAI'I'LNINGS OF I.NTLItLST .Mr. nml Mr, K. I!. Kllon, of Tnr klii) it-turned lo their liomr, Monday morning, nfter visiting n few d:iy wllli her ii.iii'nU. Ncnl KutiKcl nml wife, Albert Martin wont lo FortcMiie.l Sunday, where l:c preached the fun ernl sermon of Noah Steel. The bur l.il wns at the Turklo chapel. Mm. I.. J. Scott and Mrs. .1. T. Scott cnt In St Joseph, Snturdav, to fee Mr. Walter Scntt, who is In thi! , SIteiV Hospital, hut she wbb too low iu i;u rceii. t 1 mm Lillian Kcnrmnn nml Mnv fnmllf Ine Mndicru returned to their' home nc.nhiy of M's 'ur" feturntd home. Sunday. I .1 . I r II.. W. Will In? with III Mother, Mrs. Ton. cm Hied. m c 1- II. .U, I ur. ... iiiiuivi .uiti itimi,) . ... . .. --- cpenl the dav, Wednesday of lust it. Jowpi'i bummy, nrter making iwifU ulili hpr ilii.iirl.ii.r. K t. All visit with .Miss Grace Kfncr. Mr. Cotton and son. I.nh-nnd family. .Mr. Allen Is recovering! Miss Mora. Fields, of horlcfcve, . v..ni in, i itiiwlnu-. Numlm- from a hard niosc of Mcknci-r. ranic down Friday and spent u fetv ii.nrnln,.. ulmrn Mr. flttntl una rilll. I l'hn, llrtint t,ni, tnm ...I In li in lipilsliln nf hr-r mother. Atl'S.' Inif lnlinfii In Orrfrnn. Wnilnf.,! W. A. Preston, who liml n stroke of Inst week. I John Anderson end fiiml'y, of Anion Itundlo, n hrother of IM- this city, und Mrs. II. IJ. Uorginnil. bert Itundlo of Craig, who formcily nml Misses I.illlnn llergman, and bought npnles In this section, wus a Mnxlne Mathers, of St. Joseph, rpent business visitor In our cltv, Thursday, the day and took dinner, Sunday, at Sam Itandall and family, Terry the Mrs. Annu Kfncr home, lions and family nnd Miss Nora llaker! Karncst l.unsford and family, spent the dav, Sunday, Jan. 10, nt the .Miss Mary l.unsfonl'of this city, und John Could home. John Turney, Jr., took dinner nt ti.e Mrs. V. II. Ilrock went up to Albert Kollmcr home, Sunday, Mound City, Tuesday evening of last 1'uni Heaver, of Decatur. III., week and visited with her parents, came In Friday anil was visiting u llev. J. X. Cole and wife. I few dav with his brother. l,eo lleavcr A. A. Jeffrey made a business und wife. In Ilcnton district. I trip to Fortescuv, Tuesday of last; Mlsa Mabel McGulro was visit ing with .Miss Nellie smith, Sunday. "Uncle" Thomas Miller, spent the day, Sunday, ut the Fred Landers paralysis, Saturday. Clias. Wood, who has lieen nt Camp Kunston, was honorably dir. charged," nnd came home Tuesday of last week, to his parents, William Wood nml family. The community and his folks weie glud to sec Chas. home again. , Fnil llmnlmeye'r was a busines.4 visitor In St. Joseph, Saturday, Wm, llucklcs left Sunday for South Dakota, where he will look hit rr business Intel usts there. Mrs. A. .1. Ijimlers. of Dexter. uwlr Mo., was spending n few day last .ec Cotton wns a business visitor weik with Karl llenton and luiully In in Forbes. Saturday. Illirlllllllil district. She ICtUlned llCle Mrs. IS. V. U'nililln n.lliriw.il hntim. hnmp. Satunlay. J Saturday evening, after vlsitlntr u fc'i Misses (iracc Kfner and Lillian Miss Velma Markt, of Oregon, days with her son, Sam Wuddle and HerKinan went ui to Fortecue, Frl came down nml spent the day Sunday,' family, at Nixluway. day evening, ami spent a few days at with Miss Violu llioik. I liruco llullock, of Monarch ills, the Angelo Wuke home. They return. Mike Foley und wife, of Nodu- "" T -"""""'y .nK"J. !?.un" l" "?mc '' r,i'"l' ,.r... fltlll llll IIIP IIMIV, ll. I . 1.. ItUI I .Ill I ..,. r.,IU ITHIIHIV 1 lock and family. turned home Sunday evening from Specials For Saturday These Prices Are Good for One Week Harrol Salt, regular :.!.r, now :.)() Fancy Navy Heann, linnd piokwl, now 15o per lb. All OtitiiiKti. rcKular ;(5uand -iUu valuo, now SOu LadluH intidiiim weight Union Suits, ifgillurl. r.r, now '. l '-'5 Latlifrt' h'cavy wtflglit Union Suits, regular $2.00, and 'J. '-'.') value, now $1.70 All Cliildreu'ri heavy Union Suits regular $1.50. l.:ir, $1. '-.-, now $1.00 The Place to Buy the Best for the Least. wnv, rume i' Sunday morning ami virltcil with his punnts, liiomns l oi ry ami wife, in lliush College ills- J. r.. Alkiie went up to Hirti'seue, uJ . .Sunday inorning, uncle lie spent the day with Ids mother, Mm. Martha AN kire ami Ira Alkiiv and family Mis. (i. K. Noiris spent the day, Sunday, with C, i:. Nuland und fam ily. , John Turney, Jr., of St. Joi-cpli, came up Snluiday nml wim visiting a few days with his two chlldtcn, Jo rcphlni' and John D Jr., at the At' bcrt Kollmcr home. licit Cordon ami family will leave for South Dakota, wheic they will make their new home. , Kiirnest Smith returned home, fioin Itosenilale, Mo., where he hid been making a visit with Klmer llreit and finally. ' Miss Ktliil King, of St. Jocnh,' was up Thursday, making n visit with Mrs. Vic. llaker. - . Mrs. Medwny Hoover was spend ing reviral days of hut week with her folks, James .Mcrr nml laiully. T. I. I'itrmnurhe was transact ing Illiniums in St. Juorph last Thuis day. We are soiry to announco that the principal nf nur public schools h:u leslgned his piMltion on account of ill health. Mr. und Mrs. Hutchison und baby have made nuiny friends uround hero since they rume. They left Sat urday night for I.Ian, M where M.. Hutchison will woik with Ids father, who is a carpvnetr thin.', to guln ba k Ids health. Our usslstaiit principal, Mrs. II. V. F.verds, will take chargu of the school 'until the board can find another principal. Herman Clifford went to SI. Jo seph the first of last week and spent a few days with his pauuts, . S. Clifford and wife. Judge 1'hlllp Schlotzhauer, who Is president of the Home Hunk, Is tak ing care of the business while It. II. Sheffield is sick with pneumonia. Mr. Sheffield is improving, we aiu glud to hear. Put StcgmuliT ami family, of St. Joseph, came up Saturday morning and were visiting a few iftiya with his wife's folks, A. J. rottinger and inmliv -M Alkire Mercantile Company Forest City, Mo. lr. Mollle (ialbrnlth was n St. Joseph visitor, i rlilay -V A'nlter Meyer, Chus. ViniUit John France, Jr., was a business visitor In Kansas City, several days, the first of this week, C. L. Uirhardson teturned home Saturday mornlntr from Columbia, Mo where he uttended the Fanners' meeting. He also visited with his brother, Herbert, who is attending the Win. Jewell College nt Liberty, Mo. Mrs. Medwny Hoover returned home, Sunday from a visit with her and Don Jackson weio business visit-1 sister, Wilbur HunU and wife, and urs In St. Jiisenii. S.'ituidnv. Miss Kutc lliodbcck, teacher of the Klsing Sun school, came down Friday evening nnd spent u few days with her folks, K. 1 lliodbick ami fiimily. Mike PinsMiian cuine In Friday, fruYit llolynkc, Colo,, and Is making a visit with his brother, Wm, I'russmun and family. Mrs. Win. Crawford went to St. Joseph, Thursday, and was visiting with Mrs. 1. J. Moon. She returned home Friday. Vlncii Hopper was a business vis itor in St. Joseph, Wcdncsduy of lust week. Mrs. Silver. Heed, of Kapler, wuh down several duys, Inst week, visit- leimitN that the stork hns been visit lug Mr. and Mrs. Iluntz nnd left a little daughter! Saturday morning, Jan. an. They have named the. baby Mary F.IUabcth, after both of its grandmothers. Mrs. Hannah Ilitt was visiting Monday In Oregon with Mrs. Char lotto Curtis, nnd seeing to her busi ness mutters in Oregon, Thomas Iasn came home, Saturday-night, from Camp Funston, on an honorable discharge, and is spending u few days with his parents, Austin Lenso anil wife. Mrs. II. O. Ilergmnn, of St. Jo sept, came up Friday and spent a few dayn with Mrs. Anna Kfncr nnd daughter, Miss Crace. riiii.ir sciii.oTZiiAUEn, kusskli. h. shf.i-tikld, President. Cashier. LOUIS L. TKAIIE, W. M. 1IITT, Vice President. llookkecper. HENItY W. SCIIAFFEK, Director Home Bank of Forest City Member Missouri Stato and American Hankers Associations CAPITAL, 120,000.00 , FOREST CITY, MO. Send us Your Deposits from Hogs, Cattle, etc. Your account will be appreciated. the Harry Frazler home in the Cham bers district, where Mrs. Wallace hai been taking care of tho sick, who have been having a siege of the Influenta. Mrs. II. V. Kverds wus visiting u few days the latter part of last week with Mrs. Frank (indium In Oregon. Mrs. W. K. Klchardson went to Itock Port last Wednesdnv. where sho attended the llnptlst uuurtcrly .Meet Ing, which was held there, rctunilnr homo Thursday, A. J. l.voiiR nnd dnuirhters. Oer trudc and Huzcl, Mrs. II, V. Kverds anil Miss Cindy Owen took dinner at the A. J. Cotton homo neiincsiiay or lust week. The lied Cross met Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ufternomis of lust week, with Mrs. Mollle (lid brulth nml shipped the garments be ing made. Tho "Charity Workers of our City" met with Mrs. Mollie (iulbralth Monday afternoon, and with Mrs. J. W. Fitzmaurlce Tuesday nfternoon. They arc sewing for the orphun chil dren of our city. The O. F. F. crowd, who have been spending a week the lut two seasons ut llig take, chuncruned by Mrs. F.vcrson, were entertained at tho II. L. Kvcrson home Saturday, Jan. .'S. Games, music nnd conversation were enjoyed. Light refreshments wcro served. Those present were: Misses Maude Stallard, llcrnicc llul lock, (icncvicvc Illrmlnghnm, Mary und Klna Alkire, Catherino Dawson nnd Annio Anderson. The boys were Messrs. Otto Stallard, John lilrinlng hum, Jr., Teddy and II nice llullock and Francis Dawson. They nil re ported an enjoyable time was "pent. Tho Union Choir meets Thurielay night nnd practice at the Mrs. Mollio Uulbraith Lome. --Judrfc G. W. Cottcn, of Foibcs, came up Sunday morning and spent the day with his son, A. W. Cottcn atul family. --Mr. und Mix. John Magoon, of Ilcnton district spent Monday after noon with Mrs. G. K. Norrls. Mr. Dun Casey and wife, of John son, Neb., came in Monday evening, and aro making a visit with her brother, John Noland and family, in Kxodus district. The following shipped stock to tho St Joseph market, Monday after noon: Joe Mitchell, car of cattle: Dtvlght Meyer, car of cattle, and George Allabac and Itnlph .Meyer 'a car of hogs. Mrs. Delbcrt Miller Is spending several days this week, with her folks, Nick Stone and family, Mrs. Mary Thomhlll und son. Earnest, spent the day, Wednesday of last wedk, with Chris Gifford and family. Wm. McDearmont was a business visitor in Mound City, Monday, Major Clark and family spent tho day, Sunday at the Wes Stroud homo. Mrs. L. J, Scott spent Tuesday With hr ituirhtAr. H. li. PnrtAi, nml family, ar Napier. " I Barney Stalcup spent the day, Monday, in Forbes. V As I am going to remove from the County, I will sell at Public Auction dn tho T. C. Dungan Farm, better known as the old Capt. Canon Farm, 42 miles north of Forest City, on the Bluff Road, on Thurs., Feb. 6, '19 at 10:00 O'Clock, A. M Sharp, the following described property, towit: iVssssssssslsssssrsssssssssssssssrViflsssssssssssWTfe. a a broke: Head of Horses and Mules 13 rokc; sound; i r r ni i n - I f II ... I . I ftt . I ran oi DiacK norse iviuics, u years oici, wcigiu aoout W 2,400 pounds, sound; I Pair of Dun Mules,' horse and marc, WiP 3 years old, weight about Z.zOU pounds, sound and well Pair of Good Horse Mules, coming 2 years old, I Pair of Marcs, black and bay, 5 and 6 years old, ... n II .1.1 weight about Z.ZUU pounds; I bay norse, o years oiu, veight 1 ,400 pounds, a good work horse; I Gray Marc. 4 years old, in foal by Jack, weight about 1 ,200 pounds, well broke; I Gray Marc, 12 years old, good work and brood marc, weight about 1 ,200 pounds; I Black Filley, 3 years old, unbroke; I Coming Yearling Bay Marc Colt. Cattle and Hogs 5 Good Milk Cows; 30 Shoats and 2 Brood Sows. pounds. Shoats will weigh from 1 00 to 1 40 Farming Implements, Etc. Farm Wagon; 2 Walking John -Dccrc Listers, combined; 2 One-Row Disc Go-Devils; Two-Row Corn King Cultivator, new; 3 Walking Cultivators; 3 Riding Cultivators; Three-Section Harrow; I One-Horsc Wheat Drill; I Hay Rake; I Mowing Machine; Hav Stacker: I Swccn Rake: I 14-Inrh Sil Hay Racks; I Campbell Coin Drill, and other articles too numerous to mention. Some Corn. About 15 tons of baled Blue Stem Hay. LUNCH ON THE GROUND. TERMS OF SALE: All sums of $10.00 and under, cash in hand. On all sums over $10.00 a credit of 9 months will be given, purchaser giving bankable note, bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Terms of sale to be complied with before any property will be allowed to be removed. EZRA MARTIN COL. P. M. BABB, Auctioneer. JAMES A. LEASE, Clerk. S. G. fitlnorer nnd It. A. Itelirner. of Columbus, Neb., were business vis itors in our city, Monday, It. It. Pnlool nf fit. .Tn.cnli u'nx looking after his stock and farm here, Monday. Tnm Tlpftveil rrtltrnpil linmn Mnn duy night, Tronr Camp Kunston, where ho was honorably' nincharjrea. Walter Meyer made a business trip to Mound City, Tuesday, Cnmnbell Goodlow. of Noduwav. came up Friday evening and visited a short time at tno f.ct w tikes homo. Lewis Stroude and wife and Fh. coo Stalcup and family visited at the Ioy Stroudo home, Sunday, Mrs. A. J. Lyons and Miss Gladyn joscpn visitors, luce- business Owen were St day afternoon. Wm. Crawford made a trln to St. Josenh. Tuesdnv njiilu StAleun nnd wlfn nnnt Mnn. day in Forbes. ' Unlll,.rf n.n un Ik. home of her brother, Tuesday, Hod Wtt. at Nanier. when, Mr. Wtl has, recovered from the "Flu," and has taken the double pneumonia, Th Methodist Rurfilav Sfetinnl class No. 2, met Tuesday night with Mrs. P. M. nabh, of Oregon, vls Miss Donnlc Lovclady and Cor- ited Monday with her folks, W. J. win Sipcs spent Sunday night at tho Glass and family. Iluy llurrier home. l.a I'.li.t. Un.rJ C TASAnl. enmo un and Hnent iL ihiv. Kundnv . "Unc c" Wcs Lunsford, of Ore with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Uoyd. t HMra. jAnntn nnvH rMAlvMl n nnl from her daughter, Mrs. T. D. Drake, Mrs. R. W. Fawks. formcrlv Minn Maivnrettn Unvd. nt Sour Lake, Texas, saying that their little son, Corwln. was having a hard tlmo, with the "Flu." Their many friends here hope for Corwin's early recovery. Paul Sneer, who' has been nttend Ing the military school at Columbia, Mo., was in our city, several days last week visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. I.Ida Spcer. He left the latter part of last week for Langdon, Mo., where he is visiting with relatives. Francis Dillon, raised by' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Corby, of Benton district, camo In tho first of this week from France, on an honorable discharge. Miss Edna Alkira was, a St. Jo senh visitor. Mondav. Warrie Walker left Monday for. ncss. Mr. and Mrs. John Lovelady took dinner and snent the dav. KiinHuv. iwiu i-eier orpes ana lamir Mrs. E. K. Lawtan. of Kuuu Mr. W s rsiffanl nt 6t Tnunl. City, Kansas,, return home, Tata- came up Sunday and visited with his day, after art extended' visit wlth'hor son, Chris., and family, returning ister.UIra, O..A. VnMW .y h horns, Monday. R'Bita!eM', Chria Gifford It the owner of a Itor ?,?g' Tney2.- ?, S new 1M0 model -Fart ear, whleh.he Hotiday, with Mrs., Eseoe BtaleuS.' egon. 'rW - "Uncle" gon, was in our city, Tuesduy. Fred Alklro made a business trip to St. Joseph, Tuesday. Thomas Hamilton returned to hfj home, Tuesday evening, nt Mound City, after visiting n few days with his folks here, Wm. Hamilton and family, Albert Prussman, of near Malt land, was visiting several days, tha first of this week, with his brother, Wm. Prussman and family. A. A. Jeffrey' made a buslneJ3 trip to Clarinda, Iowa, Tuesday. Miss "Genevieve Dirmlngham was visiting In St. Joseph, Tuesduy. Thero will be services held at the Catholic Church, Sunday momlng -nt 10:30 n. m., by Hev. J. J. Cafferky. Mr. Strickler, of Skidmore, was a Dusiness visitor in our city a tew days the first of the week. We are sorry tq her of the Ill ness of Crandmothw.'LtMf who is quite poorly at this writing! We hope for .her speedy recovery Clifton Bloomer, of Lincoln dis trict, who has been making a visit In Kansas with his sister, Mrs. Huff man, returned . home last week aad spent Friday ,niht -with Ms untie, ; -c DKLMEUS.