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your guarantee of pure food, pack ed under the most sanitary condi tions. But don't take our wor for it take home a can of "ANVIL BRAND" corn or peas today. Your Taste Will Know METCALF'S FORBES, MISSOURI Forest City and Vicinity HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST, AS RECORDED IY DELPIIEUS Nnte linker wax a business visitor In St. Joseph, Mumluy. Mis. Scott Carbon nml Mm. E. II. Curium iind baby, nf New Point, came ilnun nml spent Friday afternoon with tho lattor'x mother. Mm. I.uni Terry. A. II, Cam mnde n business trip t I'nirfux, Mumluy evening. Rev. II. II. Smnllwooil, formcily pastor of the Methodint church uf thin city, has In ert engaged a membership hccretnry f the St. Jocph Y, M. 0. A mill will take up hi new work Im mediately. Itev. Smallwood Ik mar ried ami has two chihlren. We wish liini Hitcciu in lilii new work. Mm. Itilcy Tumey iiperit Wodnex ilny night lit the A. J. Cottun home. Mm. Seili Stone ami con, Nat. went ilown, last Friday, anil spent a few day with her brother. Tile dies ney ami family, ami returned to the Judge I. C. Stnlluid home, Tuesday evening. Mm. V. E. l!lrhnrdon wait a St. Joseph visitor, Tuesday. Mr. ami Mm. John Anderson ami ilaughtei, Miss Anna, took illnner, Sun day with Judge I). C. Stallanl anil family, --l.ee Cotton left Monday evening for llolynke ami other Colorado poinlx on a trnsncctlnir trln. S. M. Coffman made u business trip to St. Joseph, Tuesday. Mm. Medwny Hoover, J. T. Scott mul wife, and Ihvight Meyer went out to the Juntos Mever home, noilli nf Oregon, ami with Mr. nml .Mm. Meyer nml Kuxsell all went uji In the Jamen Meyer ear and spent the day, Wiil iieday of Inst week, with Mr, and Mm. Wilbur Hunt. Jonathan Apples fur rate at $1.00 per bushel. J. M. SIIUMATK. Mlsx llniel Ford spent Tuesday nfternoon with her sister, Mr. nml Mm. Nate McCuhc and family, near For tcscue. Or. J. 0. Chamber nnd wife, of Hanover. Kansas, who were enroute home fioni Skidmore. where thev had been visiting iclative, Hopped over ii. i a unci visit nerc .Mom lay witn hi nephew, S, E. Chambvm and fani- I I'rnnk Clifford and Mi Kathleen I'tflllll ,lf Mi .lu-i.til, l-,tl, III, llll. ilay evening ami vMtcd with relatives ami friemln south of town. Mr. and Mm. S. Heed returned to th-lr home at Napier, .Monday, from their two week" visit with their brother, Chan. Iteed, at Dalian, Texan, nml they ulxo visited other southern points. George I.eafC wan a business vis itor in St. Joseph, .Monday. John Anderson hax pmchnscd the John Dreher property In the oast part of town, wheru Claud Sannerx and family have lieen living, nnd they ex pect to move there soon. I luirh llurrier, who hax been the pant six weekx at llolyokc nml other points in Colorado, returned home, Sunday, and says he likex the Colo rado country fine. Minx Mildicil Dlcknon, of Stark City, Mo., came up Fridnv, ami wax vlhltlnn until luosday with her giunil parent. .Mr. ami Mr. 1.. J. Scott. On her leturnliig home, her grandmother accompanied her to M. Joseph, where die stnvnl over to vlnil her nun, Wal ter Scott and family, of that place. t T f T f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ... ... j "FARMERS' HEADQUARTERS" MAIL US YOUR WHEAT AND HOG CHECKS A PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE RENDERED The vital question in the banking of your money is the safety and service feature of the bank in which you make that deposit. Our officers and directors arc well known to you and need no introduction. We are "OLD" at the business here. Ten years of experience in helping the Farmer and Business man here. Our Resources, Over $200,000.00 HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY FOREST CITY, MISSOURI rmi.ip SCIILOTZIIAUER. President. LOUIS I,. TEARE, Vice 1" resident. HKNItY W. SCHAEFFER, Director, RUSSELL It. SHEFFIELD, Cashier. W. M. HITT, Book-keeper. Y Y T Y Y Y Y Y Y T f f T t T V t T t f T : Member Missouri State and American flankers' Associations. SELL YOUR CORN AND WHEAT . TO FARMERS" ELEVATOR CO. FOREST CITY : MISSOURI , Dealers in FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED, CORN CHOP, COAL Sam Waddle and family, of Noda way, came up Saturday evening, and spent the night and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. U. M. Waddle, and Grant Leach and wife, Henry Sprcckclmcycr, of Forbes, came up Sunday nnd visited with his mother, Mm. George Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moore and two suns, Kenneth and Harold, were St. Joseph visitors, Saturday. Hcv. Jamox S. Uyan held services at Wntson, Sunday. W. D, Shreve was visiting with relatives in St. Joseph, Sunday, Miss Murl liaker was a St. Jo seph visitor, Friday. Mr. Hubert Conner nnd two sons, Eugene and Fred, the latter being one uf our high school teachers, have re moved to uur city from Maitland, and will make this their hume during the school year,. Wc welcome them to out city. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKcc, of lligelow have purchased the George Hunt ao-acie farm, from C. K. No land, and they moved unto it, last Thursday. A miscellaneous shower wns given In honor of Mr. and Mm. Frank Mills, last Friday night. Quite a number of useful piencnt wcic received. Quite a number of relative here received cauls, the latter nart of last week, from Mr. and Mr. Arthur Itecvcx, of Muscotah, Kansas, announc ing the birth of a daughter, Edith Murie, bom September 1. Arthur was formerly n Forest City boy and attendeil our school here. Charles llruntmeycr wax tran sacting business In St. Joseph, Inst Thursday. I.um Patterson and Mr. Sommcrs, of near New Point, were on our stieets, Saturday, stinking hand with their ohbtimo friends. Mm. Marvin Heel, of Mlnton township, wax visiting at the home of Mr. nnd Mm. Jeff Kelffer, Wednes.la of last week. Earnest Welicr returned to Hor ton Kansas, Saturday evening after a two weeks' visit with hix mothu. Mm. A. (!. Weber. Mis. Win. Stevvnrt, of Oregon, visited hint Sntuiday and Sunday at the Cad liaker, Lewi Stroudu nnd Dan llalin, Jr., homes. Joe Htiouile, uf Welch, Okla.,wan vl'iting several davs, lant week, with hix nephews, George Stroudc and fam ily ami Lewis Struude and family. He lelt Saturday evening for Chariton, Iowa, when- lie i making a few day' visit witli hix lnter, Mr. Emma Stroude, after which ho will ictuin hvie again. Itohert Cliuicli and family, who have been living in the Ml. Hannah llitt property, hux bought the Geurge Jleesley piopertv on Commeicial street, and moved theio lant wiek. Chan, Hunt went up to lligelow Tuesday evening of lunt week to see mother, Mr. Susan Hunt, who went to lllockton, Iowa, to make an extend ed visit with her son and daughter, Wm, Hunt and family and Mr. mid Mm. Win. Grindstnff and family, Mr. and Mm, Henry Adolph were St. Joseph visitor, Tuesday of lant week. Mis Ilertha Watson wax spend ing several day, Inst week, with her sinter, .nr. and .vir. le Heaver, In llenton district. Mm. John McMulIcn nnd daugh ter, Mix Maude Wills, and Mix liuth Stepii, uf Chilllcothe, Mo., came up lat Thursday and visited until Satur day with Mis. Anna Efnir. her sun, Unbolt Wills with Mr. and Mix. John Arnold. Sati iilny Mm. McMulten ie turmsl to her home In Chilllcothe, while Mlse Maude Will ami Ituth Stepp went un to Greeley, Coin., wheie the will attend school. Mr. India Price, nf Oregon, and Mm. Ihvlghl Meier, uf this city, ie turned to their lio.nex Sunday, after a few duvx" visit with their daughter and sinter, Mr. and Mr. Heibcit Can key, nt Kansax City, Mlsx Dora Pulton went to Mound City, Monday evening, where she will attend scl I, and will stay at tho Itev. J. N. Cole home. Mix Marguerite nml Albert Mar tin, Jr., spent Sntuiday and Sunday with their uncle, Allen Elder, in the Chambci dMiict, Mr. K, llrock was having dental woik done In Mound City, Saturday, nnd ulso visited nt the Hcv. J. N. Colo home. She reports that Mm. Cole, who has been on tho sick list, Ix some better; which we urn glad to henr. Misses Grace Efner, Maude Will uml Ituth Stepp spent Saturday with Minx ,lda Coffman, J. W. Dinwiddle made a business trip to Ko i bos, Monday. J. E. Itevnold. of Crnlir. wn ilnwn Monday, transacting business In our city. John Ford and wifo nnd daughter, Mis Minerva, were St. Joseph visit or this week. 0. K. (Dick) Plummer left, Sun day. for Holvoke. Colo., where he will I work and Ix expecting to locate lator on. Ilert Fairbanks, who has been visiting hero tho past two weeks, ie turned to Haxtum, Colo,, again Sun day. Ho stopped over at Auburn, Neb., and visited his grand parents, Mr. nnd Mr. T, II, Slcccn, while on Ills way home. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Weber were visiting, Sunday, with lelntlves In Oregon, Mrs. Anna Efner wax a St. Jo seph visitor, .Monday. Mix Muil linker was n visitor, last Thursday, with Mix. John Ship ley, who is moving to Oklahoma. Wm, E. Itlchnrdson and C. L. Richardson went to St. Joseph, last Thursday, and attended tho Lumber men' banquet, held there. O. A. Williams, who Is tho crop reporter from Forest township, went to Kansas City, last week and attend ed tho International Kami Congress, which was held thcio on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Ho repot ts that people were thero from all over the world, and a most, interesting meet- I fng wax held. i Mrs. Arthur Miller was visiting I Monday, with Mrs. Chns. Sentney. I Father Roberts, O. S. H., Con ception College, wns a visitor In For est City, Sunday and Monday, the guest of his old friend, Father Ryan. i . ; 3 HtrsW We want you to come in and see our wonderful stocks of Hart Schaff tier &Marx clothes for men, young men, boys THIS store's fall display ofHart Shaffner 6c Marx Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters and Raincoats reveals a wonderful variety of styles and very exceptional values. Beautiful nil wool fabrics, hand tailored. They fit better, wear better, look better and keep their shape better than any other clothes vou can buy. Extra value for your money at any price you pay $30, $35, 10, $45, $50. "Extra Value" Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men, Featured Here, $17.50, $20 and $25 TAXvatrlMlAs.. Rallrotd ud AutoFare Rebated Railroad and Auto Fare Rebated Mrs. II. II. Sheffield and daugh ter, lleverly. returned home Friday night from Knnsnx City, after a two weeks' visit with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. I). M. lluik. Mrs. Hiley Turncy and grand daughter, Alice Frances Fnlihankx, re turned tu their home in Haxtum, Colo., after a two weeks' visit heiv with rel atives nnd friend. Ilernard Mitchell was trnnsactlng bunlni'sx in St. Joseph Tuesday. Ernest Geoffrey, of Rock Port, has bought the Corbln CI I ft pool room. The deai was made Monday, nnd Mr. Geoff roy took charge Wednesday. We wo'come Mr. Groffioy to our city. Mlsx Hena Dunn sent Sunday with Mix Marguerite Kirk. The election of officer nnd teach er wax held, Sunday, at the Metho dist church. Those elected weic! Clans No, 1, Daniel Hoover; Class No. Mr. C. J. Chappell; Class No. :i, It. W. Fawkx; Class No. 4, Mrs. Ralph Meyers Class No, f, Mm. Albert. Koll merj Clasx No. (1, James A. Lease; Class No. 7. Mis llcttle Heeler; Clanx No. 8, Albert Kollmer; Class No. I), Mlsx Mary Alkfre; Class No. II), Mm. A. J. Cotten. Miss Maude Stallnrd wax elected secretary; J. A. Lease, treasuicr; Mix Grace Efner, pianist; Mlsscx Frances) Mill nml Wllma Teare. librarian, Howard S. Teare, of Oregon, spent Sunday afternoon with his mother. Mrs. Matilda Tenie. .Mrs. C. L. Richardson nnd son Albert went to Hale, Mo., Tuesday of last week, and spent a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mm. Dave Schaeffer. Mr. and Mm. Albert Kollmer ie turned homo from their six weeks" trip, wiieic tho visited Colorado Springs, Denver, Yellowstone Pnik, nnd many other places in tho West, nnd reported n ginnd trip. Mrs. Ralph Meyer entertained the L. L. C. C.x at her homo last Thurxday nfternoon. A very pleasant social nfternoon wax spent, A shoit program arranged by tlio leader. Mrs, C. C. Franco wa given. Guest pres ent were: Mrs. Riley Tumey, of Hax tum, Colo.; .Mrs. Perry Tumey, Miss Lulu Crawford und Miss Alda Cuff man. Member present were: Mis. Joe Mitchell, Mis. Ilcmnrd Mitchell, Mr. O. E. Emery, Mm. A, J. Cotten, Mrs. A. J. Lvons, Mr. W. II Alklre, Mr. C. C. France, and tho hostess, Mr. Meyer. Dainty reficshments wcro served, after which they adjourn ed to meet next with Mm, Ilernard Mitchell. Rev. It. L. Stratton, of Udedc, Mo., will hold service at the Ilaptlst church the first ami third Sundays, morning and evening, beginning next Sunday. Rev. Stratton will have charge of tho work at this place nnd nt Mound City. Ho vill movo Ida fam ily here soon. Mr. and .Mrs, Loyd Hopper spent Saturday night nnd Sunday with C. O, Sinclair und fnmilv. Mr. O, E. Emery wns n business visitor in St. Joseph, Friday. Wm. linker was transacting busi ness In St. Joseph, Wednesday of last week. PE-RU-NA p and MANALIN Cured Me Mrs. E. M. Harris, It. It. Cutarrhof (he SmS No. 3, Ashland, Wis., sends nottf Throai 5JRarr a message of cheer to the ,aj Stomach. ! pick: "Aflsr following your mlvlr . . , , nml unlnif IVruna nml Mnnnlln. 1 ;' " "? work nml nm In Rood rurrtl ut ralnrrh nf Ihr now. l'Jli- rrrummmil IKI. lalu. Ihrni and Inniark, from which "bl Jrmrr n."" unvrlnirlioia 1 hail niirurril fur antral jt.. disease of tho stomach." When I commencfil taklnx I'c- . ,. .. rutin I coul.l not ninkt my hcJ rni I fold Ktrrrnhtr without alvils( to Mat. now t Liquid or Tablet Form Are Now One, Mr. Ray Nolnnd And Miss lva Illev In were quietly married, Wednesday, September IM, 1!U0, at 11:00 a. m., In St. Joseph, Mo. Tho groom Is n son of Mr. John Nntaml. of Forest City district, and the bride ix a daughter of Mr. J. E. Illevlns, nf Fortescue district. Ilotli nrc excellent young people and aie well known In this vicinity. nicy win mnxc tneir home on tin John Nolnnd farm, ax Mr. Nolund ix moving to town. Tho Sentinel Joins with their many friends In best wishes for happlncxi and success, o Gil in tile Vntlelv Ktnrn fni- Pnit and Winter Goods, now urrlvlng. You Can Send Your Boy to College When you linvc money In tho bank. A bunk book Is the best school book, for it contulnx a practical and useful education. Your money Is n sure friend. Put It in our bank. A bank book contulns more practical Information for your boy than any other hook. Get the bank book first nnd you will be nhlo to acquire the others after, nnd you will get moro en joyment out of them. A Hank Hook Is u iliplomu In the col lego of SUCCESS. Get one for your son. Make OUR HANK YOUR HANK. THE OLD HELIAIILK Bank of Forest City Capital, Surplus and ProDts $39,000.00 FOREST CITY I t t i MISSOURI At LEHMAN'S Tha day wa clota out all abort kn(lh of placa looda of try dtKription at wall iKort lott of READYTO WEAR CARMENTS. You can m va naar half by rTLDEXY,rS' 1 Frost City Motor Co. Has not sold out to P. M. Babb, and arc now ready to do livery at all hours. Wc also do all kinds of truck and team hauling. CALL US. We handle Fisk and Wyco Automobile Tires. We buy your old casings and tubes in on new ones. DRIVE YOUR HORSES TO FOREST CITY, WE HAVE A FEED BARN. BRING YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES AND GET NEW ONES. CARS STORED SAFELY J. N. SCHAEFFER, Prop. Forest City, Mo.