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Forest City and Vicinity
HAPPENINGS OK 1NTKHEST, AS RECORDED BY DELPHEUS Mr. Susie H. Fitimaurlcc, of For est City, will address a stute audience lit Jefferson City, Mo., October 14, on "Will Our Women Vote?" Mm. Kiti maurico in well and favorably known in our county no n woman who stand li I tcli in the esteem of all. She hn surmounted obstacle which hnve seem til to others Insurmountable. She wn elected county iueiintenilent of our M-hovIo lust rpt-inir, being the choice nf the people and voter, who know lier sterling worth. In November, Ml. FiUmnurico will speak In Wash ington, P. C. Holt county la nwuy up on the map. XX. Mr. Nelson Miller Ik in Dultuh, Minnesota, She Is visiting her hus band' people, Uncle Thomas Miller, und her uncles, Al and Hilly Wood. Mrs. Conner ami family, of Mnlt land, moved Into Forest City this week. This will be their futuic home. Mrs. Ilobeil Church ami chltdicn pcnt Satunlay evening in St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. 1.. J. Scott received n raid, Sunday morning, from their daughter, Mr. und Mrs. 11. (. Carson, f Clurinda, Iowa, announcing the nr rival of an ll'a pound son, bum Fri luy, October l), miming him Herman, Jr., after his father. (inlen Mills, of St, Joseph, came up Satunlay. und is spending u week's vacation with his folks, Mr. und Mrs. C. 1.. Milts und family. llcnrgo WoUon and Sid Kails were business visitors in St. Joseph. I Tuesday of last week. .Miss (.mix1 wner cove n miscel laneous shower, lust Tuesday evening, nt four o'clock, In honor of Miss Mutl llaker, un October untie, a pleasant if. evening wus spent uml light refresh ! ments weru served. Those present were: Misses Muudc Stallurd, Anna Anderson und Aldu Coffman und , Mesdatm-s ltalph Meyer, Mollle (iul ' brnith, Selb. Stone und Win. Craw . ford and the hostess. H Mrs. Hugh llurrlcr was a St. Jo- t-eph visitor, lust Thursday. i Quite u number of the Forest City " Lodge, I. O. 0. F., attended the bin conclave, in St. Joseph, lust Saturday. Leonard Castecl Srhueffer, u !(j pound son, cume to brighten the home tif his purents, Sergeant and Mrs. I 8. Schacffcr, of Quunllo, Vu., on Octo ber '2. Mrs. Schueffcr wus formerly ,', known us Hazel, duUKhter of Mr. und -.Mrs. Ed Custeel. v " Mr. and .Mis. Harrv Frailer and 'i children, of near Kuviinnuh, anil Mr. und Mrs. llcorge McCoy and family, of Mound City, spent Inst huiumay iiMth .Mr. unit .Mrs. nave Wallace, I Moines, Iowa, visited last Friday and 'J .Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Lura EDDY'S SALE Terry. I Mrs. Clyde McKee and daughters Went to Illeelow. Sundav. In their ear. U and snent the dav ut the J. F. Hridg- ? mon home. Class No. 2, of the Methodist : Honey I Sunday school and their teacher, Mrs. C. J. Chappcll, held n class meeting at FOR SALE at 30c per lb. at ? y ?. Nnundus Quick spent Saturday night ami Sunday with Mrs. J. T. Scott. Win. WoikI attended the annual meeting of the Furmcrs' Mutual In- vuiunce Co., which was held in bl. Jo scull. Monduv. Mr. and Mrs. ltalph Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Emery visited Sunday afternoon at tho J. 0. Mt jer Home. .Mrs. Hen l'lummer. of Mountain drove, Mu., cume up Sunday, and is making a visit witli relatives lien;. F. E. Custeel, manager of the Forest City linrage, sold it new Ilrls- coe car to r.u .May, last irniay. Mr. und Mrs. Albert Kollmer vis ited Sunday ut the 1! home. the Meilwny Hoover home, Tuesday evening. Heeler Fltimeurlco retui ned home Monday morning from Holyoke, Colo, Miss (icrtrude Chambers, w ho has been attending a business college In St, Joseph, has gone to Phlllfptbutg, Knnsas, where she will teach the com- 1 I.L- liri.3tnf t Ing year, lifter which she will lesuino t John Whipple s j.rsstr-. ? mother, Mrs, Mniy llentou, of the VX, HlKhland district, spent Sunday ut the . Fred Landers home. Mr. und Mrs, J. It, Utmb nnd Mi Hum Hch.irffer returned to gramlduughtcr, Susie Anna Ijimb. of her home, lust Tuesday, utter a thiec Umg Reach. Cnllfornluj Mrs. Hen 'weeks' visit with her uunt, Miss Annu riummcr, or .Mountain tirove, .mo.; .Schncffcr, at Mound City. Mr. N. K. Miller, of Duluth, Mlnn.i. .lrs. Anna Efner nnd Mrs. Earn- Mr. and Mm. ltobett l'lummer, Mr. m l.unsfurd lelt Moniluy night lor nnd Mrs. Howard Teare, of Oicgon; Holyoke, Colo., where Mrs. l.unsfurd Mrs. A. (!. Weber, Miss Itebecca Wood,! lives, and Mrs. Kfner will visit with her and other friends there, I.. Flunk Mills has accepted u Position us assistant cushiei uml book t r y y y y y y y x OF BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA HOGS Will be held nt the y keeper In the Hank of Forest City, und Al Wood nnd Mr. and Mrs. (Inlen Wood all took dinner nnd spent the duy, Sunday, ut the Win. Woisl home, noith of town. Ktinilni. udiftol rtnsfl Vn. J. nf llm romineneed Ids new duties October 1 Methodist Sundnv school, held a husi-l Win. linker. Sr.. Mrs. Emma Holi ness tiiptlnir at tbe home of the tench- creve. Itussell Cotton and family, Mrs. er, Mrs. Itulpli Meyer, Inst Wednesday I lo Cotton and llert Cotton spent Sun evening, and electiil new officers. Miss, day at the Ed Keuster home, south of tirnce Kfner was clccteil pieslilent;' uregnn. Wilbur llunn, vlce-presldentj Tliomasl Ijisi Thursday nfternoon, while Vino Tenre, secretary! MIsh Alda Coff.J Mr. II. A. Suter and llev. Mr. Morning, man, treasurer. The class di-cided to both of St. Joseph, weie passing an have n contest between the girls and! other car. In the hollow, on the south boys to gel new members, nnd esiec-!sldo of thu rood by the J. T, Scott Inlly to gel the old im-mber of the place, in their Ford car, the car went class to attend. Dainty refreshments,' loo fur south and the wheel struck a consisting of Ice creum und cake, were, ditch, upsetting the car. Itev. Mr. served. Morning was severely cut on the Mis. F. S. llrownfield, of Cmlg, hrensl by filing pieces of gluss from visltnl Mrs. Matilda Ten re, one day the windshield, und Tom Deir who hup last week. I pencil to be coming along in Ids cur Mrs. II. E. Pcret, of Oregon. Mrs. took Mr. Morning to Dr. F. E. Hullock. O. E. l'lummer nnd Mr. ami Mrs. I,.whu rendeivd the necessary medical Frank Mills spent Sunday ut the C treatment. Mr. Suter wus not Injured. I,. Mills home. land with the help of Mr. Scott pulled Mr. and Mrs. Tuylor Louden ood r " !" litch, and repaired in ml iv. or lulrfax. anil .Mr. unu .mis.i'" "" s"1"1""1 Caywood Livery Barn MAITLAND, MO. Saturday, Oct. 18, 1919 60 Head 30 Boars 30 Gilts 60 Head W. A. Tnylor, of C.rolg, spent Sunday with their puicnts, ir. und Mrs. ).. Ilrock und family. W. S. (ilffonl, Sr., of St, Joseph, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his son, C. (!. (iKford uml family. Mr. and Mrs. navid nacnv anil daughter, .Miss Hertha, of Muryville, nnd .Mr. Clark Horn, of r.lmo, ull cume down .Saturday and made a fw days visit with Judge I). C. Ktallanl nnd family, ami also at the John An derson home. Mrs. T. 1'. Filimnurice will make an nddiess at the W, C. T. U. meeting In Mound City, this week. I'm I nnd Albeit Kollmer wcio fnltil tn St. Jimplth. Mnndliv. til sell their brother, Wm. Kollmer, who wus imito sick uml wns to be opeiuted upun Mint duy. Mr. Kollmer's miiiiy friends hcie hope that it was not u serious operation, und that ho limy iccnver soon. S. A. Iliilib, of Napier, enmo down Sunday and spent the iifternooii at the Albeit Mm tin home. I'ouell (iluss und Misses l.cnnis uml Cnllie Class weio in Oregon, Sat urday. Airs. I.urn Teirv visited Mrs. Ki ll. Sheffield mcr Caldwell, in St, Joseph, Sundny uml .Monday. r "FARMERS' y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y HEADQUARTERS" MAIL US YOUR WHEAT AND HOG CHECKS PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE RENDERED The vital question in ihe banking of your money is the safely 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. Wc 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 rilll.IP SCHLOTZHAUER. President. LOUIS L. TEAHE, Vlco I resident. IIENUV W. SCIIAEFFErt, Director. ItUSSEUi II. SHEFFIELD, Cashier. W. M. 1 1 ITT, Dook-kccpcr. Member Missouri State and American Hankers' Associations. Joseph and weie on their wuy to Na pier to see uboul building u chuich there. Mr. Suter Is a contractor, and llev. Morning Is a 1'resbyteiiun mis sionary. Allen tlnrdner, Miss Ethel (lard tier und Miss Muiy (iilman, of Hush ville, Mo., came up Satunlay night mid spent Sunday with Dr. E. I., (iuidncr nnd family. Itaymoml and Eldon Watson spent Saturday und Sunday with their uncle, Wm. Kill.'. In the llliiff City district. James McCroiy, of Vaeavllle, California, arrived last week for an extended vilst Willi his sister, Mrs. Ma tilda Teuiv. nnd other lelutlves. Col bin Cllft und family spent the day, Sunday, ut the Wiitlh Anno home In the liuir uuK district. Hubert OiTutt, of Kansas City, Is here tills week, the guest of his uunt, .Mis. Mutllda Teale, und other rela tives. Harry C. Teare, of St. Joseph, win liere, u lew tlays last weeK, visit ing his mother and hiothcis. Hurry Frimer und family, of nun Savannah, spent Sunday at III" Flank (iultlen home in Chambers district. Spencer Teare, of St. Joseph. spent Sunday heru with lelutlves mid irlenus. C. E. Nohind went to Atchison Kansas, last Friday for a few dais' visit witli Ids son, llainey .Noland uml family, returning .Sunday. A. II. Jeffrey spent Sunday after noon at the J, J, l.ukens home in I J le gem. Mr. und Mrs. Earnest Smith mo tored over tn near Savannah, Sunday morning, uml spent the day with l.er folks, Mr. uml Mrs. J. K. Un it. Mrs. Nannlo Lucas, of Mound City, wus visiting hero Satunlay with her sister. Miss Itebecca Wood. Mrs, Wm, (ialbraith was u St. Joseph visitor, last Tuesday, A levivul meeting will begin at tho Forest Uty .Methodist rliuivh, tin third Sunday in October. The pastor, Itev. C. J. Lhannell. will tin the meaiii Ing. Tho members of tho church me lenuested to uttend tin) inal-w liruyer meeting cuch Wednesday ee- lllllii; III itli-iiuiMiiuii ill lliir invriiHi;. 4$ Wulter Meyer nnd Frank Ott wcio f , business vl.itois in St. Joncph, lail Wednesday. J. II. Lain I) and granddaughter, X buslu Anna l.amli. came In last d nesday morning from Columbus, O., 'iWlieru tney had intended tlio Iiihik .X. lAimy encuiiHimcnt, and from 1'iovi ' dence, It ,1,, where they were visiting : wiin ins iiuugiiter, .Mr. ami .mis. i., ii ...Hammond, for two weeks. Thev nil t , muko u two weeks visit hero witli iel- otives and old t lino fr ends hefoie ic Ju 1 turnlni: to their homo In l.onir lleach J I California. Mr. Lamb and family formerly lived hern, and he was In llio mcicantllo ouslness bcloro iemov X t inir to California, und their matlV friends, us well as iclutives, uro glad ' to sec them back again. I Oscar 1'nyno camo In last Thurs I ' duy from Haxtuin, Colo., and is visit1 AT. In.. ... riM..ll Cl.w.u l.n... !,, HI TI.SII IIUIHll -Mrs, James uampucll anil uaugi y y y y y y y y y y y y y Y t y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y f y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y y y y y y y t y y Geo. Nuzum's Ferry Boat is now making regular trips, crossing the Missouri River at White Cloud, Kansas. Safe, reliable, no delays. Mrs Kltraheth Deneen. of Quit man, nmi Mrs. Nnncy (1 raves, of Conn- II muffs, lowu, Muincn in uieir lonies, weilneniay evening, liner pending u lew nuys nt Hie it. r. .wi lier. Judge P. Schlotuhnuer mid John Lovelady homes. Clare Wntson was In St. Josepli, Thursday. wm. i;. uiniariison, who nu ih rn lino or tlio active oinceis oi uie -um te lab e." t in Hank of roiest city, has uguin Joined tho Wm. K. ltichurd- son & Hon i.umner company. Mrs. I). U, stallaid, ,mish .Muuue Stullanl, Mr. Scib Stone nnd son. Nate, uml .Miss .Mniy AiKiie iiioioieiii to St. Joseph, Monday, In the stullanl ear. Henry Vnndevcr was transacting; business In St. Joseph, last Wednes- lay. Mrs. Chas. Vunlloozler mid ehil hen left Saturday noon for Atchison, Kansas, to seo her sister, Mrs. Wm, Hopkins, who is iulto sick in u hos pltal theie. uusse II lllll. wnil lias ueen in mo It. Si. Ki.i-vlrn In France, returning to tho Slides in August, pusfed tluougli our city, lust Saturdny noon, mi No. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyytyVYVV cr rjonstunce, of Weston, Mo camo i , 3t 'I'liursday, and visited with her SELL YOUR CORN AND WHEAT TO FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO. FOREST CITY : MISSOURI Dealers in FLOUR, CORN'MEAL, FEED, .. CORN CHOP, COAL a, folks, Mrs. Suruh Fcrguton und fain IV. I Alfred Dunn was In St, Joseph , Friday. i Mrs. Terry Itoss and two (laugh i tcrH went to Crulg, Friday nfternoon and spent a lew days will! per moiiier Mrs. John Cnilton. I Major Clark returned homo last . Wednesday from Umalia, Neu., wliei ho had been spending tho past tw i weeks with his brothers and sister, Molton und Leo Clark and families, and Mrs. Sarah Clark. 1 V. II. Hrock, of Holyoke, Colo, camo last Thursday, and is making i week's visit with his purents, Mr, uml Mrs. E. Ilrock and family. Mrs. Anna Efncr was a business visitor In Oreiron. Friday. Ernest Geofiroy was a business visitor in St. Josenh. Friday. H, 1'. Allen and son, anas, -Mrs. Jr., of Oregon, spent last Thursday n with her'foms,- Mrs.Tts. i. These hogs have had the double treatment and are supposed to be immune. & TERMS: Cash or bankable note for 6 months at 8 per cent E. P. EDDY SECURITY FOR YOUR MONEY You have a right to kniw nbnlutely that when you deposit your money anywhere yiu will get it hack. The papers irroid many foolish acls on the pait of people who dlstiiist banks. One man put money in it it old stove, and some inn- else built n fire, thereby i educing $ 1,000 lo ashes. Another man dug a hole under his dog kennel mid put $.'1,01 K) lliele hi u ran, only to find It gone when he came to look for It. Their uio hiiinlii'ils of Just such en.es. Vim read about them, There is only one sensible sane place to keep money, and that Is in u hank. Your money will be snfelv guarded in every way If left with us. We an' piepared In take care of money. Wo are insuied in n responsible company. It Is our business to safe guard your funds, THE Ol.l) ItEI.IAIII.E BanK of Forest City Capital, Surplus and Fronts $3'J,000.00 FOKKST CITY t s i t MISSOIMU 1", on his way to (Jlenwood Springs, Colo., whero Ids uncles, Chile anil .Nouli lllll nnd lamines, nra lociucu Mrs. Wm. Crawford entertained last Tuesday with a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Mollle (lalhraitli nnd Miss Murl Ilukcr, October brides. Miss Iva Munvon was a St. Jo seph visitor, last Wednesday, W. K. Clifford. Jr.. und wlfo visit ed lust Wednesday uflernoon ut the John l.ovelady home. ev. C. J. Cliappcll, wlfo am daughter, Frances, and son, Mr. anil .Mis. I'uul Chuppeii, were gucsis rn- lay evening of Mr. and Mrs. lluucit- Ctoodspccd, in Oregon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cluules Cooper nnd sons, of St. Joseph, came up and spent tho first of last week with Mr. Coop er's sister, Mr. ond Mrs. Clms. Van- lloozicr und inmiiy. Mrs. W. J. Smith wns on tho sick list, tho first of tho week. Miss Murl Ilaker left Thursday for Lawton, Okla., where she Is visit- im? witli rrlenils. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tatil Chapncll, of Fattonsburg, Mo spent Thursday and Friday with his parents, llev. and Mrs. C. J. Chappcll . Mrs. Nelson Miller, of Duluth, Minn., camo last Wednesday, nnd Is making a visit here with relatives nnd frlnndfl. W. E. Myers, of Whlto Cloud, Kansas, was in our city, Saturday, on his way to St. Joseph. Miss Nora Fields returned to her home in Fortescue, Saturday evening, tftter vmtlnr herovwitn Mr. ana Mr. ! James WUlt7 JflXSZS - W if Mr. nnd Mrs. F. It. Elton uttiin- ed to their homo in Tniklo, Mo., last Thursday, ufler making an extended viiit with her folks, Mr. ami .Mrs. .eu Kunkel. Mike Foley, of Nodaway, came up Sunday morning, to visit his mother, Mrs. Thomas Foley. Mrs, Ida Meyer rrcelved n card Monday from her hi other, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Mlllcan, who fonncily lived here, but now of Kunsas City, announc ing tho nnivul of n new eight pound daughter, horn Suturday, October A. Elmer Carson and wife, of Ole- gon, spent Sunday at the Oscar Mooro nomc. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Monday evening for Hutchinson, Kansas, where they will make their future home, Mr. Weber snys he has lived here for 54 years, having ut rived hero on u Missouri liiver bout in tho year 1805 and never hud n cent, but ho has mado good whllo living here, Wc will miss wr. ami win. wenor from our city, but wish them good health and tho best of everything In their new home. Mrs. G. K. Norrls was shopping In St. Josenh. Monday. I,. A. Hanks nnd family spent Sunday ut tho James Henderson homo nt i'ortescue. Mesdames Hannah Irwin und lie beccn I'roud, of Oregon, camo down, Monday afternoon, und mado a visit with their sister, Mrs. Minerva Meyer, who is iiulte sick. Herbert Hruner. of St. Joseph, was In our city, Saturday, Wo understand that Mr. Ilruncr and family will movo on to tho Harry. Krcck furm, on tho road between hero and Oregon. Robert Church mado a business trtn tn St. JoscDh. last Wednesday. . . . ' I s II Asner iasc unu luiuui-, u J. C. WHITMER DENTIST X'.ray SerIce. PROUD BUILDING Oregon, Mo. North Side of Square Both Phones W, A, Ilrock, of Seduliu, came up Saturday inornliiir. mid sncnt a few 1. 1...... ...Itt. l.l flbd M nn.l Mo ,,, , , .it.in wtwi ,tin twine, .,. utm .'.to. ... Webor left n' k nn,i t..m.. J. N. Schaeffer. of tho Forest City Motor Company, has purchased tlio may line ironi J. m, Miumnie, ami took charge of the woik, Monday. Tho deal was mado last Friday. Earl Meliuiro and fnnillv. of St. Josenh, came up and spent tho day, Sunday, ut tho Web. Kcllcy homo. V. II. Ilrock wns transacting busi ness In St. Joseph, Monday. Tho Thursday Aiicrnoon ciuii met, lust Thursday afternoon, with Mrs, H. W. Fuwks. All member wero present, and Mrs. C. J. Chappcll anil Mrs. E. I,. Gardner guests The club nresented Mrs. Emil Weber with a spoon, ns sho is leaving for Hutchin son, Kunsas, and has been a member of tho club for tho past nineteen years. Tho club's next meeting will bo with Mrs. I). C. Stnllard. Mrs. India 1'rice and daughter, Mrs, Fred Philbrlck, and Miss liootio Price, of Orcvon, spent Sunday with Uwight Meyer and family. Henry Sinclair and family and Robin Kale, of Hiawatha, Kansas, wero visiting relatives and friends here, Sunday. Redding, Iowa, and Floyd Lease, of Fortiscue. spent the day. last Sunday, At'tha' Wm. Kvnold home:, ." .. Vf i . T ' ' -stT' "Tr Ti V-i v 7 t i- T.' A.-Low. Virtorlai--,?'4'