INVESTORS IN PAID UP STOCK HAVE THE FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES
Amounts of $f0.00 or multiple may be deposited nt any time.
All deposits bear FIVE I'KK CENT interest from dute. ,
Interest palil on all deposits, whenever made, January 1st and July 1st of each year.
Deposits may be made In name of two persons so that either can withdraw same.
Deposits may bo withdrawn at any time on 50 days' notice.
Deposits up to $200.00 will be paid on demand.
Deposits arc secured by First Mortgage Loans on St. Joseph, Mo., real estate.
PEOPLES HOME 6 SAVINGS ASS'N C
M. L. MUMFOM), Secretary
617 FKANCIS STREET
ST. JOSEPH. MISSOUKI
Home At Last. I AA
V- ... T-..V.'i..' p. u. n.. ...I 1
II. .-V. flU. ...I. .. I...
nut iiuii uunivi, niiu iciv iiv.t
about the middle of August, by auto'
mobile, for Colorado points with the
Wew of benefitting Mrs. Carson's
health, will return this week. We nrc
glud to learn that Mrs. Curson Is con
Idcrauly Improved. They are nccom-
;atneil tinck by Sid Kusscll and Wick
(Jrcene, whom they picked up out
there. Hugh left the party and came
home by train, reaching here last
Sunday, as the rains had made the
roads so bail they could not travel by
auto, so they had to lay over for a
ew ilavs nt tirand Island, Nell, lliey
report fine shooting and fishing.
Wide Range of Choice Attractive Prices
MRS. E. A. NETHERLAND
Leave your Saftcy llazor Blades
nt I'hilllps' Drug .Store to be rcsharp
Personal and Otherwise
Movies will be on at the I loyal,
Friday and Saturday nlqhts this week,
October .'1-4, und Tuesday night of
next week, October 7.
After u faithful service of seven
years with tho Home Telephone Co.,
os nn oncrator. Mrs. Mlntn Lynch sev
ered Iter connection with this company,!
Wednesday of this week. Wo know
that Mrs. Lynch has given entile sut
isfaction to the company nnd the
patrons, and all sincerely regret that
she has left the company. She says
she needs a rest, and we know that
she has earned one, and nrc glad
that she can now rest for n while. Mrs.
John Fuller takes her place as un
John Cotten, of Foibes, hnn lenled
the Streckebeln property, recently va
cated by Don Martin, Mr. Martin hav
ing purchased the propcity known us
the ZcHcr property.
Mrs. V. II. Crnlmm received n
telegram, Tuesday of this week, fiom
at 30c per lb.
I'm I rhllhrlrk hns leased n bar
ber shop nt 18th and Olive Streets,
St. Joseiih. nml hns taken charge. Ills
wife and children will loin him In n
short time. May health and success
be IheliK in their new home.
Mis. A. A. Cnmpbell, of St. Jo
scph, returned home, after n week-
I visit nt mo iiome oi J. m. tump-
ui ....Tj ,.n.,..nnrl,ii- Dm kitriniK lrk . i IikII. of Union district
nc'ss' of 'her daughter, Mm. Atthur Ituth Cumpbell left Sunday for
Iinvls. nf that cltv. anil sho left Inline-1 Des Moines, lowu, to attend Drake
Lost or Stolen.
Three hounds In Missouri ltlver bot
tom, nenr Nodaway: 1 white with lem
on snots. 1 blue with black snots. 1
spotted white female. Howard for
information leading to recovery.
l'hone. Main 4HT7.
St. Joseph, Mo.
I'srm Club Meeting.
All Holt County Farm Club mem
bers are reuuesteil to be nrescnt at
the Joint club meeting to be held at
the Woodmen Hull, Mound City. Mo.,
Thursday, October It, Mil), ut 7 o'clock,
(Signed) CO.MM ITTEE.
We will make cider, Wednesday and
Thursday of ench week, until Wed
nesday, ovemier -u, when wo win
I1EUT DKEHEIl & SON,
Formers' Phone, 347, Itoute 3,
D. M. Martin went to Kansas
City, Wednesday of this week, on a
business trip. Mrs. Martin accompa
nied mm as lar us m. Joseph, where
she Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clara
C. J. l-uhrman, wife and the
"kids" have returned fiom n visit with
her sister, Mrs. Sum Johnson, In
(Jrundy county, this state.
II. J. Melxner nnd wife. Mrs. Man'
Schilling and Mrs. Emmn Dople. of
rlltsburir. l'a.. niter u visit with C. J
Fuhrman and wife. left for their home
Sunday last. Mrs. Fuhrman Is
rousin of these people, Mr. Melxner
Is state boiler Inspector fu tho l'cnn
Ilaclitng at HM Is some living. That
is what uncle Jim iiiiirney. or urniir.
went through recently while Mother
tinffney, now 7(1. went to Walnut
Iowa, for n visit with her sister, who
t'roeram I v
of the Nodaway Township Sumlny t
school convention, to be held nt the
.M. K. church, at Itichville. .Sunday. A.
wciouer i, iH'ginnin ui i p. ni.; x
useless to buy pastry flour If you have VALLEY LILY j
in the house. VALLEY LILY will mnkc ns fine a cake f
- A. i1 S !... l I
us uuy mairy nour. unco uicu, niways ufcci
WANK SPECIAL S HOLSUM BREAD
nrc in n clnss by themselves;
Devotional exercises. Matthew
Heading of reports,
Uecltation, Ethel Kncale.
Song, the Gospel Team.
Music, Margery lluntr..
"The Present Needs of the Sunday
School." Itev. T. D. Itoberts.
"The Puriiosc of the Sunday
School," Itev. Feldmann.
rianoiogue, r ranees Haider,
It Life," Itev. It. J.
"Methods and Material of Teaching
Sunday School," Itev. Neher.
liound table talks on Sunday school
woik Wni. Kllnenetcr. J. C. Morris.
Jus. Ilunti, Allen u. Stanley, J. I'
i , I- , iiornccKcr, rresuient.
Mntthew Felchter, vice-president.
Inn Mclntyre, secretary.
Harold Oppenlander. tiensurcr.
Big Shipment of Coffee.
Rio Coffee, lb. 35c; Peaberry,
MOORE & SPRINGER.
WHEN BUTTER is so
scarce try TKOCO;
40c per lb.
Pure I'ork, Home-Made
Per lb. 35c
Kill AND MUSKET HOI LING HEEF,
por lb ,
"Reliability All the Time"
Program for next Sabbath, Oct. o;
Sabbath school mees nt W: l.'i o'clock.
Harvey Evans, supeiintrndcnt. Les
son. "John nnd roter llecomc Disciples
of Jesus," John 1 -4:1.
c. .m. .Miner, or St. Joepn, win
i reach at 11 o'clock. Itev. Miller Is
a dynamical sMaker, who has moial
nnd splrituul convictions, nnd the
christian courage and oratorical abil
ity to drive these truths home to the
hearts of his hearers. Do not miss
hearing the gospel from a man who
knows whereof he sneaks.
The pastor will lie absent, filling
the pulpit of Hcv. N. .M.
Treats Both Acute and
Office Oicr Martin Furniture
branches of our church. If you am
loyal to your church, you will appoint
yourself a member to Increase our
Sabbath school und church attendance.
And don't forget to pray for moinl
and spiritual guidance from your
Prayer meeting will convene every
Weilnesday night nt 7:11(1, lusting for
three-iiunrters of an hour. Part of
the time will I devoted to study nf
Subbath School lesson. Officers and
teachers should 1h present. After
prayer meeting, the choir will have Us
We Indeed regret that Itev. C. 1
Hand hns left us for n new field. The
our cimirn m uenion. i ...,!, in. ,,, i,i.,.i t.,n.i w
Chrlstlun I ndcavor meets nt 7 Y"" ,"7 1. Vr " ii-f.
o'cl.K'k. Leader. Miss Ituhy llanna' " . 1 " m V1 '"."
ty into our midst.
Topic, "Our Itelation to Others, To-
warn Wot id motherhood, Luke 1U
'.Ti:.'I7. Then were II'J nut last Sun
day night. The prospects for our so
ciety could not be more encouraging.
Won't you come out next Sunday
night and biing some one else with
There will be no night service or
preaching in our chuiiii next Sum'uy,
so be sure and come out to Christum
Endeavor meeting at 7:00 o'clock.
A meeting of nf fleets) of ourrhuiiii
was held in tho church ninlltorium Inst
Monday night. Their was a good at
tendance, and much inteiest was maul
rested In the future wink nf
The Ministerial Alliance will meet
next Monday morning ut 10 o'clock.
It will meet at this hour the first
Monday of eveiy month.
Sunday moinhig, Oct. 1-, we will
have Sacnuiientul son ice. Any who
wish to unite with the church at that
time, please inform the pastor in ad
vance. Let prajiT piecode this sol
emn service. PASTOIt.
Movies will lie on nt the lioyal,
Friday and Sntuiday nights this week,
October 11-4, und Tuesday night of
nil next week, October 7
dlatcly to be nt her bedside. Wo hope
to near of lier enny iniiirovemeiii.
Mr. II. V. Everds left this week
for Sandusky, Ohio, where sho will
Owen nnd Jcnus Dnnkers left Inst
week for MoAllen, Texas, wheie they
Joined their nurcnts, A. O. Dankeis
nnd Joe II. Mur-
ige oung, of
loin her husband, and where they will und wife,
make their homo for the winter. -iuy I.. Cummins ni
f- . - .. IN.n.. nn. wlW. 111' llf (htlt rltV. (,eil
neeil yuui iuuhiuim, ,i,w ...... ..v.- - t',,, , , " -
ni. In iroiHl cimilltlun If you would huve Mound City, and 111. Montgomery, of
health" Prickly Ash Illlter cleum.es Skldmore. loft ednesdiiy ror Minn
nnd strengthens theso organs nnd non county, Mn to look after their
I rrM ma s-m nu ns r-mm m rh rrn ttn mn n Mi RM mn ran fsfl fJt! rmn f?fl Tn tWi f71 1t Fr!! fVA fj"n ITH I7n frl mt 171 fP-fl frfl rrfl h"K (T1 Tr in
is now IK). Knink (iaffney did the' Wnffin flrrraS
dlsli was ilng net, 'cause his daddy nn-AAAAA
Cltv market, last week, nnd iohk it SfrAftrd DJfi!i.ri
aril va t c.v
germs. It Is the lemedy for working -We can snvo ou inoney on . en s
men. Prlco $1.2.'. .cr,ttlc. Hen- and Iloys ' Sh'tyn nn.l 1 JS? "j"1''
nlnger Drug Co., Special Agents. ' Till. VAUIim SIQUh.
two cars of cattle, stockers. f!0 lisad.lrf'J f
that averaged 7.V.t pounds, and for, wnnnl
which he paid 8 cents. PlA
J. M. Campbell, wife and ilaueh.Mfp J m
ter, Ituth, motnied to St. Joseph, Wed- sraYBffl
vWH JJ1VERY Housewife will be in- 1
iJUIJK tercsted in the announce
Kh nBlVBr? Rient 'ot we have secured the :1
Hf ImOSH' ervices of a factory expert who :I
PIL V and varied uses of DEVOE 1
lljfl andaturday 1
iPLt 1 1 MIRROLAC will nuke any horn mora jl
LjsJPPTBft sttiKtlvo hy giving new Ufa to fund- 'M
A HI rule, floors, woojwoik, bric--bre, etc "M
Vfc Com h anJ KC how ,kU 'I
n Vb Jone, and how littlo It costs.
l l0tM R'od the special inducemtnt
' k 72o,,, m "ue offer in the coupon during !.
it wk0"4 bif v" M th ft" d9monttTation' We ;
ll oCrtvii5' M yu fffl Meretted, JI
w Jp to--don't forget the date, il
; HENNINGER DRUG CO., Oregon
nesdny of Inst week,
John Droller und wife.
million, Knnsos, were heic last week,
with lelatives and friends.
Char es r ffit h of St. Josenh.
had business In On'gon, for u couplo
of tayf, this wetk.
I red Wutson. of Alnsworth. Net)..
was hero for n day or two Inst week, RC
the guest of his father, (Jeorge Wat- St
son, nnd other relatives anil trlemls
In and uround New Point and Malt
land und vicinity.
.Miss Koweua fierce, or the Male1
University, was at home over Sunday'
with her patents. Sin; is looking fine'
and is well pleaed with her school
Mrs. !. K. Markland nnd i audi
tor. Mrs. II. V. Everds. werp in St.
Joseph for a day or two lust week,
thu guests or relatives.
l hero will bo iiicaeliinir nt thu
N'odaway M. E. chinch, nt 11 a. in..
and at tho Oregon Herman M. K.
church, at -:UU p. ni., next Smiilay,
Uctohcr o, by tho pastor, Itev. held-mann.
tlcorge Graham, of Kansas Cits1.
who has ueen visiting here ror sev
eral days with his brother, Frank 1 1.,
leturneil to u home, luem av or this
Andrew Vlnuulst nnd John Stenn
liavo our thanks for fine saniplvi of
ino jonutnun, urimus (joiuen, lien
Davis nnd Yellow Twig apples,
C. D. Zook und wifo have letum-
cd from a few days' visit with rela
tives and friends In Kunsas City
.Mrs. India Prlco und her daugh
ter, Mrs, Dwlght Meyer and children
returned Sunday from n few days'
visit with their daughter und sitter,
Mrs. II. W. Cuskev husband and chil
dren In Kansas City.
F. P. Ilrcwstcr, chhoprnctor, will
bo In his offico nt tho Midland Hotel,
Mound City, Ihursduy, Friday nnd
Saturday of each week.
Chancy ruttcrson. nrter nn nil
summer vacation at Colorado Snrlni!S.
uenvor and other Western points, has
ramo back to stay with us until tho
next summer time,
Dave Harbour Is back fiom near
Hnxtum, Colo., where ho has been look
Ing urtcr his farms out there.
Itev. Geo. II, Wehn and wife, of
Whiting, Iowa, aro hero visiting with
ur. anil Airs. U. L. Kvans.
Albert Kollmcr und wife, of For
est City, aro back from their overland
trln to Yellowstone Nutlonal Park,
Salt Lake, Denver and many other
places of inteiest. They camped out,
took their time, leaving here August
21. They got Into a snowstorm In
Wvomlnir on Sent. '20.
Mildred Tochtcrman has returned
homo from Fremont, Neb., where sho
visited with Mildred, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sid Moore, and from Lincoln.
Neb., where sho visited with Misses
Blanche Hodgln and Esther Kelly, who
are taking a business course mere.
New Fall and Winter
We show complete lines of Fall
and Winter Shoes, in Women's,
Misses' and Children's, Men's
and Boy's, at prices below the
Babies Shoes, 2 lo 5 75c to $2.50
Children's, 5 to 8 $1.25 to $3.00
Children's, 8 1-2 to 1 1 1-2 $1.85 to $3.50
Misses,' 12 to 2 $2.00 to $4.50
Growing Girls,' 2 1-2 to 7 $3.50 to $7.50
Women's - $4.50 to $13.50
Women's Shoes, in broken lots, at $3.00 and up
Boys,' 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $2.85 to $6.50
Youths,' 13 1-2 to 2 $2.85 to $5.00
Little Gents,' 9 to 13... $2.25 to $3.50
Men's Dress Shoes $3.50, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $13.50
At the prices quoted you can make a big saving, as wc will be un
able to maintain these prices throughout the season.
The FITTS-BDHKER MER. CO.
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