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I: Forest City and Vicinity HAPPENINGS OP INTEREST Mr. anil Mrs. F.mll Weber return- Wc will nerve you the best we oil home lunt week from Hutchlnon, know how through the week and until v ,,, wiim thfv hail been makine ! o'clock. Sunday morning, but we a month' vlilt with their daughter, don't want to open the Ice house after Mr. am Mr. Krn. Sentncy nnrt not., mis nour, oniy in case 01 mexness. -Hairy Tonre. of St. Joseph, came, KOI EST CITY ICE CO. up Wednesday of lat week, und spent Albert Martin and family Kpcnt u few days with Ids mother, Mrs. Mn-i.Sunday nt the Hand Watts home, at ll.t.. rn.r n,l .,(l,nr I vc. I 1 OrtOSCUC. Jack Cotton had bunlne.is In St. , -Mm James McClnnalinn was vis Joseph, Wednesday of 1ut week. ln(r last lrlday with her uncle, S. M. .Mrs. J. T. IJirmingham was a SL.Coffman and family. Joseph visitor, Wednesday, last weck.l Misses Uona and Minnie Ncccc, Mrs. Uu Cotton, Mrs. Itutsol Cot- nf Willow Springs, Mo., came up Sun ton and son, Ijhmon, were St. Joseph "ay. to make an extended visit with visitors, Wednesday of Inst week. their sister, Mr.and Mrs. Fred Landers. Miss l.uiu liakcr visited scvcraii "nt mum-iiv m un- mw Big Victory Celebration days, the latter part of last week, at the Harold lloore home, In Oregon, while taking teachers' examination. Mcdwny Hoover and wife spent the tlay, Wednesday of lait week, with her parents, J. C. Meyer and family, north of Oregon. Mrs. 1'. A. I-inders and Mrs. Os car Isaacson and sun spent Fri day In St. Joseph. Mis, W .A. llrnck nnd children enmo up Friday cvi-ning from he ilntiu, Mo., iiml urc inakiiig n visit with Mr. It's patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. llrock and family. Mrs. W'm. (lalhinitli was visiting last Fiida in St. Josepli with her sis ter, Mrs. Itichard Applegatc. John Adiitph was transacting bus iness in St. Juicph, Friday, Mrs. T. E. feute ntid daughter, Miss Wllma, returned home l rlday 'vcning friim Savannah, where they hail been spending n few' days with Mr. mid Mrs. Jin- Williams mid Mr, tind Mrs. Harry llrnnt and family. Mrs. Elmer Carson, of Oregon, City Sunday school. Sunday. Sun day school every Sunday morning at 11 o'colck, new time. Everybody Is cordially Invited to attend. Judgo (J. W. Cotten, of ForbcJ, visited sunuay witii ins ton, a. j Cotten and family. Mrs, Mollle (ialbralth and grand- iiaugntcr, i' ranees Mlnilc, spent nun' day with Win. (ialbralth und family. Worth Anno and family, of the llurr Oak district, spent Sunday with (iramlpa and Crandmu Corbln Clift. Mrs. Maymc Hlnde was visiting scveial days, this week, with friends in unnsas uity, .Miss Florence Fitzmaurlce visit rd .Saturday night and Sunday with .Miss .Maud .McliUlic, at the vwo. Kc-i h home. Mr .and Mrs. J. E. Alklie spent Sunday at tho Ira Alklro home ,in niimui drove uisirict. Miss Irene Cook visited Sunday with her brother, Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Cook, at iNnpiei. .miss i.tiiel cas went to Kt. Jo was " visiting Friday with her sister, Ph Friday, wheio she i had her ton- mm iviKuvt.il iiy ir. t . i. i rouu. Mis. Ellen Landers left Monday for Kansas City, where she will make an t'Xtemieii visit with tier sons, Clar ence and Mclvin Landers. 'Ihonuis Vine Tcuiv has resigned his position with the Tootle-Campbell Dry (ioods Co., in St. Joeph, ami has accented u position with the Ilomu Hank. He rommenced on his new duties, Monday, Chas. Mills and family unenlS'un day afternoon nt the Elmer l ike home In Napier. Henry Cook und family and Sid Vntiih-ver mid wife took dinner und spent the day, Sunday, nt the Albert vtuu;cr nome. Mrs. Oscar Moore was a St. Jo i-eph visitor, Salunlny. Miss Tracy lllevins, who Is at tending the I'euchers' Coiieuu at ,tluri- vlllc, came down the latter pait of last week, and uttended the tenchcrV examinations in Oregon, and also vis llvil lier paients, Mr. anil Mrs. James lllevins. in the Idlewildo i strict. Earnest Coiner snent Sunday at mo mas. i-ricc nome, near lapier. Hugh W ilson und family, of Ore gi.n .spent the day. Sunday, at the (ieurge Watson home. .waster Coyo Wilson, of Oregon. spent several nay, ast weelc. with Cliflord Wilson. Misses ! ranees Terry nnd Evelvn d'reen, of St. Joseph, cmno un Sun day morning, and spent tho Hay with rimiccs- moiner, airs. Luru tern'. Mrs. Oscar Moore and family. Mm. John King ,of St. Joseph, visited several days lu.t week with her brother, I'erry Mcllee nnd family, returning home 'Ihursduy evening. Win. Crawford was transacting business in St. Jo-epli, Fiiday. Miss Nolle llirminghnm .of Nn- pier, wa lulown mid sieiit the day, lust Friday, with her In other, J. T. Uir luingham and family. Mr. mid Mrs. ilruce Ilullock, nf the .Monarch district, spent l rlday night with his parents, L)r. and Mrs. F. E. Ilullock and family. Mrs. S, 1'. Allen and son, Silas, Jr., spent last batunlay with Her niece, Mrs. W. S. (iiffoid, Jr., in the Muff City dlstiict. Mrs. Kate (irelni r nnd son, llnilan, visited several days last week with her Mster, .Mrs. Joe Henry, near .Maitland. l'eiry Turney and family visited Saturday with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. A. J. tluik, In Amazonia. Itev. J. J. Cafferky held services in intklo, ftumtay. Mr. and Mrs. John huecr wcru visiting Sunday with her paients, Mr. und Mrs. Geo. Shultz, in Craig. Sam Waddle and family, of Noda way, came up Sunday, and spent the day with his mother, Mrs. (!. M. Wad dle, and Mr. mid Mrs. Grant Leach Mrs. Lucy Noland, of Napier, rame down Saturday spending tlic (lav with his mother, Mrs, Louisa Nolunil, Mike Foley and wife, of Noda way, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Foley, In the llrush College district. .Miss liladys Landers came up lutt week from Dexter, Mo., und is visiting tier brother, Fred Uinders and family, und other relatives and mends. Mrs. Wm. Kelley, of tho Nlckell's firovo district, was spending a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Kttauiic l-iclds, who is in poor neaitu. Mrs. Miiiiiie Hindu was shopping In St. Jusepli, Wednesday of Inst week. Mrs. Mury (ielvin and Mrs. Jesse Mills went to l.angdun, Sunday morn ing, and took ilinner with tlielr ilaugn. ter and sister. Mr. mid .Mrs. II. E. IIowcih. Miss Ida (Ielvin and Mr. 11. V.. llowers wero united In marriage, Sunday, June 1. Wo extend them our congratulations. Herman (I. Curson nnd family, of Clarindn ,Iowa, came down batuway evening nnd spent the night and Sun day morning with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scott. They returned to their home in their car. Sunday. Ficd W. Heaver and family anil Mcdwny Hoover and family spent the day nnd took dinner, Sunday, at the j. i. ocott nome. W. C. Proud. M. D.. Eye. Ear. Throat and Nose Specialist Office, rnysicmns ana surgeons- uuuuing, 7th nnd Francis SU., St. Joseph, Mo JUNE LOW CUTS FOR WOMEN A Wonder Style Show at All. Leathers $10 607 FELIX . fit JomL Me. Homo I'honc 87 Mutual 101 EMMA BLACK Osteopathic Physician ALL DISEASES Tit RATED UV OSTEOPATHIC METHODS Office First Residence West of Moore's (irocery Store OKEUON i t MISSOURI They left that evening for New I'oint, where they will visit u few duys with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Carson and family. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Evcrson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Cot tier ,ln Minnesota Valley. Misses (icncvicvc and Josephine Hirmlnghnm, Violet llrock, Agnes and Naundns Uakcr, und Messrs, Lawrence Fawks, Donald Shumate, llcrshel Halscr, Ttcnc Hunt, Harry Mobcrly spent Wednesday evening at tho C. L. ltlclmrdson home, dames wero played and refreshments served. T. T. Wilson, of near Illgelow, was transacting business In Oregon, Monday .and spent tho evening hero with his brother, J. II. Wilson. .Mrs. u. i iciclianison and son, Allien, nna miss Agnes liakcr were St. Joseph visitors, Saturday, A. J. Lyons Mid family took din ner Sunday with A, J. Cotten and fam. Ily. After dinner thtcy all drove out and visited James Quick and family. Howard S. Teare und wife, of Oregon, spent Sunduy afternoon with their folks here. Tho L. L. C. club met last Thurs day with Mrs. C. C. France. A Bhort program was rcmlcml. Thoso present were: Mesdamcs O. E. Emery, Ralph Meyer, lternard Mitchell, ArJ. Lyons. A. J. Cotten, C. L. ltlclmrdson and tho hostess, Mrs. France. The next meeting will bo with Mrs. Joe Mitchell. Mrs. 15. II. Sheffield and daugh ter, Ucverly, returned home Satunlay night from an extended visit with her mother and sister, Mr .and Mrs Wm. Murray and Gulnn Quick and family, of Benton district, Chris Jamison and wife and Mrs. A. J. Jamison visited at the Clare Watson home. Sunday, James Hlnde, of Oregon, was up to the George Watson home Saturday, looking at George's new hog house Jim wants to make himself one, and will make one -like George's, which Is one of the best In the county. Mrs. J, E. Brelt, of Savannah, was visiting last week with her daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Smith. n 1- t.-m. i i i i WWIW K IVAIUBUtiro, WUU UMS UCCU aing scnooi in at. Joseph, came taiier pan oi tasi week ana u tinm urIMt lila himiiIi v -"-"I , VMM 4y At Oregon, flissouri Watch For Further Particulars Next Week Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherman Drelt, of Itichvillc district, came over Sunday morning and spent the day with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith. Miss Mabel McGulrc visited her father, Nate McGulrc and family, of I'ortescue. last Wedncsilay-Tliursilny. Miss Mary Heeler, of Kansas ru C ty, came up last inursiiay nnn vis- I... '... II 1 ...1,1. t..l Highland Items. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Deglow vis ited Sunday with John Schanks and family, of the Mayflower district. Itoy Grimes and family, Earl Hen ton and family and Mrs. Mary Ilcnton sprnt Si-nd.-iy with John Milne nnd mily. or tlie Tierce dlAtrict. (n'orgc Mclntyie, of White ills- r ' . .V , -- ururKV .'lllNlie, OI llllO IIIS Ited until Sunday even ng with hcr.tnct, spent Sunday with llryan Den sister, Mr. anil Mrs. T. I. Fitztnaurlco ton. DEI.l'HEUS. mid family. I'llOGItAM: The following urogram will bo given nt the Methodist cnurcii, soum, sun iliiv oveninir. June 1G: ong, "unwnni, gunman soiuicrs. Instrumental music, spring song. Song, l'rimury Department. Heading, Clarence lllodgct. Heading, Irene Anderson. Heading, Ilruce Hunt. Heading, Knthcrinc Welghtman. Heading, Margaret Turney, Solo, David Irving Alklre. Solo, Warren Hanks. Exercise by Juniors. Duet, John I), nnd Josephine Turney, Heading, lirncc l.ong. Heading, Ixircno Hanks, Itcudinir. Nina Cotten. Music. Thomas Vino and Wilma Tea re. Solo, sirs. Halph Mevcr. Heading, Miss Ilullock. Heading, Dora liakcr. Solo, l.cta Welghtman. Song by all. Hig Itoltal Tent Meeting. Evanirelists F. II. Hoxle and D. 1". Harder will begin a big revival cam paign, ut Forest City, in a few days. -rl.n H....M.I l.nH ......-. I ..,l Iliu kiuuii-i iiua u-iii f-uikii uil.t ,.iu large tent will arrive In n day or two. these evangelists are carcnil stud ents of tho W ord, nnd God s telescope of truth will be turned upon this gen eration, explaining War, Fence, and rropnecy. Look for posters announcing tho grand opening service. Ann tlio sub ject: "The World War, Its Cause and Meaning: Will tho League of Nations linng t'eacci ' The nubile is cordially Invited tu these services. XX. Sheriff's Sale In I'srlllion. State of Missouri, County of Holt, us In tho Circuit Court, Muy Term, HHU, juiy tun, iviv. Whereas, at tho February Term of the said Court, at tho petition of An drew Tochtcrmun, Pauline Abele and Carollno McDonald, l'luintlffs, vs. Wll helminn Tochtcrman. Defendant, on the 28th day of February. 1911). t in said court adjudged and decreed, thut the following described lands, of which said parties were tho owners in fee, were not susceptible or parti tion in kind, and that the samo be sold and the proceeds divided and par titioned, uccordlng to their respective rights and Interests, towlt: The South East Quarter of the South West Quarter of Section Ono (1), and tho South East Quarter of tho North East Quarter nnd tho North East Quarter of the South East Quarter of Section Fourteen (14), all In Township Fifty nine (59) of Hango Thirty-eight (381, and Whereas the said order of sale was renewed nt the May Term of the said court, on Tuesday, May 27th, 1919, and Whereas, pursunnt to tho said decrco and the order of sale, nnd tho renewal of the same on the date aforesaid .the Clerk of said Court, did on the 28th day of May, 1918, make and deliver to mo a dulv certified copy of said judgment and order, now therefore, In compliance therewith and pursuant to tho statuto In such cases made and provided, I will on THURSDAY,. JULY 17th, 1919,., sell the same at' public auction to the highest bidder for cash In hand, be tween the hours of 1 o'clock p. m., and 4 o'clock p. m.i at the Court House Door in the City of Oregon, Holt Holt County, Missouri, and of this all persons will take notice. Utili ti. UKUUSfcK, Sheriff of Holt County, Missouri. Ik II. Cunnlnnhani had business In ForeU City, Monday. Mrs. James Conlrey, of Holyoke, Colorado, Is hero visiting her son, El mer Conlrey. -M. Srhaub, of the Highland Fruit Farm, went to White Cloud, Sunduy. Joseph Slpcs bus moved Into tho Hoy Culp house and will woik for L. It. Cunningham. Misses Julia nnd Nellie Cunning ham attended Children's Day services In Oregon, Sunday. The Highland Udles club will meet with .Mrs. Mcrl Norr s. UV.lnon. uny, juno in. Glen Noble visited with George Ilradley, Sunday. Mrs. Ed Fanchcr has been nulto sick tho past week. Mrs. McCoy, of Fairfax, who has been visiting tho pnst week with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cord roy, returned homo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Milne, of tho ricrco district, spent the evening, Frl day, with Mr. and .Mrs. Karl llenton. Mr. and Mm. William Slekmnnn, of Illgelow-, wore guests Satunlay night nnd Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Cha-t. weiman. .Master Audrey uick came up from St Joseph to spend his vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deglow. II. S. Hanna nnd Alice were In i-orocs, Mommy. HETTY I1LUE. o ,-D' ". l'.otlc,r. an'l wlfc f Wound City, visited with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lchmcr, nnd brother, George, last Sunday. If Mother Lch mer Is spared to us until August 1, sho will have reached her 90th birthday. Corporal Wendt, of Sallna. Kan sas ,nnd .Miss Florlne E. Fate, district superintendent of the state boys' and gills clubs ,wcro week-end guests of Miss Cora DcVuult. Abblo Greene, chief chemist for Swift & Co., In St. Joseph, Is here, enjoying his vacation with his grand parents, A. II, Grecno and wife, and Ids parents .brothers and sisters, flli............. . r rr r r njpj-J-yTJ- J The Favorite Jack JOHNNY JOHNSON DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. Johnny Johnson wlU bo allowed to serve a limited number of mares at my barn, 3 miles southeast of Oregon, on the old Judge Mclntyre farm, on the St. Joseph road. He Is jet black, with white points; 15 hands high, 8 years old and weight about 1,000 pounds. Is heavy bodied, with good iycast and wide In rump, splendid head and cars, good style and action, heavy boned, has largo feet, Btands up well, and has proven himself to bo a superior breeder. Terms and Conditions t ,For service of Jack, $12.60 to insure living colt. Whe,n. mare Is parted with or removed from 'original locality, money for service becomes due at once. A lien on' mare and foal will be held for in surance. Care will be taken to pre vent accidents, but will not be respon sible should any occur. SELL YOUR CORN AND WHEAT TO FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO, FOREST CITY : MISSOURI Dealers in FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED, CORN CHOP, COAL "Our Boss" the satisfied customer We are always anxious to rave money for our customer by showing; them how to get more years of wear from their paint jobs. That's why wc always recommend DEVQE Thm Cuarantd Lead and Zinc Paint rmur Oallont-Wwt lowr It contains no whitinj, silica, china clay or other such stuff. It is made of the ums pure ingredients that the old-time paintet used : Pure White Lead, Pure White Zinc. Pure Linseed Oil, and nothing list. Devoe if nixed by machinery, 1000 gallons at a time, That nukes it absolutely uniform in strength, color and covering capacity always takes fewer gallons, too. Let us show you the real economy of paint, ing Devoe paint Will be glad to tend you copy of tho practical booklet' 'Keep Appearances Up ami Exocam Down." A.O. 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