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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920.
Wanted Farms for Sale If you want to sell Your Farm, come in nnd list it with mc. My Kales are Reasonable, My Ser vices are as Good as the IJest. I sell Land direct from, and at Owner's l'rice, on commission only. YOUI'.S KOU IIOXOltAM.K DKAI.INO, A. W. Cotten OREGON, HOLT CO., MO. f t y t T t f T T f f f ? Y Y y y y y y y y y y 4 4 4 Quality-Right and Price-Right In purchasing a monument, wc believe that it is youf iden to get in touch with a denier who has real values Roods that will satisfy not Roods that have nothing but a low price lor an inducement, but goods that are quality, right and price-right. A visit to our salesroom is solicited. Here you will find monuments, headstones and markers most effectively dis played, and you will be given efficient and intelligent at tention. Call at your convenience and examine personally the widest range of quality memorials ever exhibited in North west Missouri, at right prices. H, C COOK & SON MOUND CITY nnd OREGON Established 1894 y y y y z 1 2 X z y y y y z z y y z z z y y z f 2 t City Property)? See Me For Bargains! Exchanges a Specialty Also Farm Lands for sale in Cheyenne and Kit Carson Counties, Colorado. CALL ON Hit ADDKKSS C. H. KUNKEL OREGON, MO. 3? B-AJBIQ AUCTIONEER, Oregon, Mo. Sales called anywhere and everywhere that my services may be solicited. Same old terms and satisfaction guaranteed. See me for dates as early as possible, as every day is being taken fast for the future. Yours for business, P. M. SABB, Auctioneer SERVICE AND QUALITY DRY CLEANING CO. The Largest Exclusive Cleaners in the City. Cleaners Of Wearing Apparel and Household Fabrics. Parcel Post Orders Given Special Attention. 012 Frederick Ave. St. Joseph, Mo. For Sale About' three tons of I Timothy, baled, and tome Alfalfa ; raiea. i;au on or gareaa, if .JACOB, KURTZ,- ffcrmere' Phone, 600. Routo 3, Oroceay Ho. For Sale A two-row Emerson Stalk Cutter,braad rMw,never been used; will sell at wholesale Wit. GIFFORD CO., it , Can, Me. Personal and Otherwise Miss Kouona fierce, of the class of '17. now in the Internal revenue de partment nt Kansas v.ny, cumo nome to vMt on Mother's Day with the folks at home, nnd to enjoy the commence- mnni ui,u pxrrei.w.4. Louden Hay TincK, uarricrs unci Forks. TI.AilK R ItUl.hV. I We nre sorry to Hear tnnl the oiii veteran of the medical proicssion ot' the county, lr. J. M. Truccy, of Mound City, U in poor ncaun, uui wc nope i. is only a ler.iporary Indisposition. Jim Uisliop and wife, of Mound' City spent Sunday with her uunt, Mrs.! .Manna lurnnain. Mrs. Oscar lous died suitiieniy at her home In Mound City, Saturday moininK. Mnv 1), agcu 71) years. l'un cral services were held Sunday aftei noon from the Presbyterian church. She is survived by her husband, two sons nnd two daughter. For Sat- A choice oung Poland China Herd Hoar. See WKSS. KOSTOCK. M.mv bridircs by reason of uitc nre irolnc into decay. They cannot tic replaced unless you vote the 60c bridge tax to enable the county court to replace them. If you want this. then vote YKS, Saturday, May IB. l-'or Kale A snmtcd Pol n,l male hoc, on extra good breeder. Call on or uddiv, jamks u. Hindi:, Oregon, Mo. Jlmmle Cain anil wife, who hove been Inking the water cuie at hxcol slor Springs the past three weeks, le turned home Saturday Inst. Allen Stanley, the Itichvillc nod ngoguc, has reccivrtl from the war dc- nartmenl Vocal onai uunru, nonce pci- mlttlng him to enter the law ilopail mcnt of the Washington University at St. lou . Mrs. Lottie Kcnncdv. who ha been confined to her home the pat four months, was able to come 1P town, atuiii.iy lust, wnicn win surety be good news to her many, many ti lends. W. C. Proud, M. D., Kye, V.ar, Throat nml Nose Snec nlist. Offu' Physicians' fi Surgeons' lluildlng, Tth and I'rnncis 31., St. Joseph, M. tf Miss Minnie lluetzer. stcnoirianh er for the Western Tablet Coin pan) , of St. Joseph, was a week-end visitor v., tli i he folks at home. If you want bridges and culveits give the county court the money with which to build them it is the only way you can get them. It is money that talks on such matter success fully. Albert Guthrie, of the Ilcnt.m dis trict, was here last Thursday, vls'ting his aunt, Mrs. Maltha Turnham. ami cousin, Mrs. Cyius Kunkcl. M ss Cora I-rye is back from St. Joseph, whero kIio had been at the bedside of her hiothcr-in-law, (ieoigc . .Meyer, of Mound City, who is ie- ported to be u very nick mun. He was onerated i-.non Monday of this week. having his tonsils removed, and now they have hopes of his recovery. Mi s. (ilenn Itulcy, of Kansas City, lias been spending tnc wecK Willi tier parents. Mr. und Mrs. John 1'. Ke.'ve. and his parents, Mr. und Mrs. It. li. Bulcy. Collector Atkire is tending cut notices to tlio.-e lla!!o to come fon'.ard und puy their income tuxes, whlcn must bo nalil by June 1. If not nn d by that time you arc subject to the same penalities for being delinquent on your niaio ani county tax, wuici is one per cent a month until paid Gcorce W. Carter, of St. Josenli. had his preliminary' hearing Friday of usi weeK ucioro uuui ra J. r.. l mins, on the chargo of being acces to embezzlement, and he was bound over to await the notion of tho cir cuit court. The case grew out of the embezzlement of proceeds of sale of a car ot wheat tiy J. u uussciic. la- longing to tho r armors hlcvator Company, of Forest City. Miss Dorothy Kurtz, who is at tending Park Collece. Parkvillo. Mo. was home over Sunday, the guet of her itarcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kurtz, ami also to aitemi uio uacca laureate services. Dr. Lvans is now able to get out and enjoy the sunshine, but he has to use his additional two legs, even if they are wooden ones. I.. It. Adams and Miss Cda Root. of CraJg. obtained their marriage lie enso In St. Joseph, Monday of this week, May 10. Itev. A. u. seoiig ana wuc. oi sa vannah, nro here enjoying a visit with her mother, Mrs. Eliza Cummins, and brother, Guy. Mrs. Lester Pettliohn has return ed from her sad journey to Hillings, Montana, wnere sne nuenucii tnc iun era! of her niece, Mrs. It. H. Liver more, who died April 26. Will Hotbr n. of Ma t and. was hem Saturday, and he seemed a very busy man. amea rauerson ana son, rranx D of Maltland, and ltoy Nelch, of Nodaway county, and MiVe Cochran, of near New Point, were here Inter viewinir Probate Judge Duncan. Sat urday last. Louis Stalcun and wife, of Frank fort, Kansas, attenucd the funeral of his grandfather, Peter F. Baker, who was buried at Forbes. Friday last Thov visited, of course, with her par ents, Slierlli anil Mrs. Men irouser. The Sentinel Is pleased to have been remembered by the coming of a commencement card from Miss Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F, Secman, who Is a member of the grad uating class of the Uuffalo, Wyo, liMi school. It is the coming of such remembrances that reminds us of tho flight of time. Helen used to bo one of Oregon's very dearest of girls, and wc aro glad she did not forget us. We are truly sorry that Henry Heifers, who was so badly injured in a run-away on his farm, near cralg, in July, 1019, Is still in very bad con dition,, and unable to sit up, his lower limbs being paralyzed. The Corning Mirror says in his long siege of ten months' confinement that he Is cheer ful and hopeful, and his friends have hopes under the present treatment that he will soon Improve, We all would rejoice to see Henry up and about. Dr. F. E. Hogan tells us that Ben Kirk was present! with a tine young farmer lad, by his wite, on Mother's Day, May 0. ! Dr. Evans la out on duty now nt hU office, and ready to prescribe for you. . I a cine to figure why siT SsmsasflssV iiik .bm alsa. L obih biH bV JSIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIlIllKsSB'SIlIlIlW sssssssssssr i aslslsHrsF I..JL H irt4"flJam smoked straight I CHBB S U III mKBU blend Vxm BLEND You should know why Camels ore so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying1. First, quality second, Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which vou'll certainly prefer to cither kind smoked : Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there 1 And, Camels never tire your taste 1 , a , 4-Jr U You'll npprocinto Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor 1 For your own satisfaction compdSP Camels puff by puff with any Ci&d retto in the world at any price i homm mt m0m itplf r irSn fM trl R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wln.t..S.Um, N. C. Mrs. L. P. Watson, of Wisconsin,' Quick place, south of VCUA Clfy.f, a Freeman ami Jomos ftH'V nre Mrs. T. C. Duncan and Chnrlcs Zach man handmithc homes. They have Just t'4hnptctcd a similar Job for Alf. Kun kel, fttar Nevf I'uint. . , Mrs. Ham' Johnson and hlto, is vlsltinir frieniln In nml nmnn.l Vnr. Thov n.... in l.o n m!ch( 'li'vpr I herr Itj bceln the' decorating OI ill" est City, and she spent Sunday at the bunch of neonle. nnd we b.'il Jhenl 'vol., Mrs. T. C. Dungan and Charles W. II. Alkliv home. Iconic ninoni? us. The sonV HowalUi man hnndwilho homes. A. W. VanCnmp. accompanied by Mrved In the navy during lh? ""V11 his daughter, Mrs. J. It. Allnton. of War. ns a ntpmbcr of the crew ot tnc rortescuo, came down Sunday, nnd K""' xhip, Louisiana. spent the day with her ilstvr and hlsj Wc mo In receipt ot u liamlsonli) ilaughtor. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Alklrc. commencement canl, announcing the III. .Montgomery, wife and chll- graduation cxoicImm or the McAllon, dren, accompanied by Mother Hoblit-'Tcxas, high school. Miss Valcru, cell, came down from Skidmorc, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dank enjoyed Mother's Day with his best ers, was a member of the class, and rricml his dear, good mother nnd wo cxlcmi her our sincere congratuia father. If yn to enublc you to got your products to marKci, me aint bridges nnd culverts on v way vou ran cot them is to vote tho money, so tho county court can have them construct ed. The only way to do this Is to vote May IS for tho 60c bridge and culvert tax. J. (5. (liddcns and family, of near Hiawatha, Kansas, are now among us as citizens, having leased the old Geo. tlons. Tho Dnnkcrs family removed from Oregon to McAllcn last year. It is up to you, Mr Farmer, to decide whether or not you want the necessary bridges nml culverts, so you can market your products. If you do, vote YKS on the 50c tax proposition, on Saturday, May 15. We have made arrangements whereby we onn furnish yeu Tke Sen tinel and Weekly Kansas City Star, one year, far only $1.26 tf oiin mo his.'' t enJy' her mo brother, Guy L. Curtialns, IJMi nhl llcion Markt, John lly. Albert Secman W. Dawson and son Joseph visitors, Monday George Ennts, of Hock Port, now ntaring his 80th mile pott, is visiting relatives and old-time comrades here. He 'fa a wonderfully well preserved man. Wni Koltmcr, of St. Joseph, was here. Tueaday of this week, attending probate court. MIn. Helen (.hnsefiy Ot Kansas City, i to cnjdy a Keek: visit with otK-r, Mrs. OlfyTit Willie, and r, Ijiw.'icrico, am other' relat'rl; ialns, rorii(. anil i Sj'cixum JMy fam i nml wife, MV. W, n, Wallace, were St.' COMING! At The Martin Theatre THE OLD RELIABLE FLETCHER STOCK CO. COMMENCING MONDAY. Mi! 17th AND CONTINUING All Week 1VTC?T17 COMEDIES X H. W SPECIALITIES T V C P 17 M I? r V w v m Mt a ALWAYS GOOD Monday Night Every Lady, Accompanied By a Gentleman, Admitted Free. POPULAR PRICES A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION l IIHI ir-l mi