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THE HOLT COUNTY" SENTINEL, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1020.-
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and Now Gomes a
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Gigantic Two- I
Fold Event
That will mean much 1
in the way of economy to all
who participate- -----
May 12th to 19th Inclusive I
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Sixth Strrct
at Francis
May Reduction Sale
A Stupendous Distribution of Seasonable Mcr- T) AinA "Dln
chandisc from all departments of the store at
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ZlMay White Sale
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Presenting the very latest conceits of Fashion!
Snowy White Under Muslins
White Fabrics for Summer Frocks
White Silks, Embroideries, Laces
Moderately Priced
and white merchandise of
every description
r,-,, . -This "Economy Centre"
1 lie iJrCfQin is rapidly becominp; more
t and more popular with all
Basement who visit The Leader to
Shop. Visit it.
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Service! FREE!
Checking Booth
for Parcels
Telephones
R est Rooms
Writing Materials
and other
Conveniences.
New Point.
lenlir of Commencement week
of high school of Consolidated Die
trlcta No. C: Uaccalaureate exercise."
Sunday evening, May 16, high school
auditorium. Class play, Wednesday
evening, May 19. Commencement ex
orcises, KrldaV evening, May 21. These
merrlse mark the close or tn s school
year, and are also the first graduating
exercise of the New Point high
schdbl. The Baccalaureate sermon will
be delivered by Uev. T. D. Itobcrts,
nastor of the New Point Presbyterian
church. The Senior! and Juniors arc
working on a very interesting play,
entitled "Mrs. Tubb Does llcr bit,
the purpose of which Is to defray sonic
of the expense of the Senior class anil
to contribute to the purchase of some
school material. The play promises
to be exceedingly Interesting, and all
in the community arc urged to be pres
ent. Plenty of music between acts.
The commencement exercises will be
held on Friday evening, Muy 21, at
the auditorium. All arc especially
urged to be ptcscnt at this meeting.
In addition to a program, the class ad
dress will be given by a gooi spcuKcr.
Miss Jennie Williams spent the
week-end In bt. Jocph.
Nuzum's Ferry Boat
is now making regular
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iripsucrusn misauun iiv-
er at White Cloud, Kans.
Take
Luncheon
In The
Tea Room
Main Street el rraooe
M. JoMph't Moel Beautiful nil Until Department Slot
Plan to
Come i
You'll
Profit
St. Joeeek, Mo. S
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Cliarlcs Davis, of this city, while
in St. Joseph, 'lui'wliiy of this week,
May 11, had his Ford truck stolen.
John llulglcr, of lligclow, wan
hem Tuesday of this week, having
business In our probate court .
Thcro will be Joint Township Sun
day tichool convention of Hickory and
Nodaway townships, held in the high
Mhool building at .New Point, .May Ti,
1920. See program In next week's
issue.
Wanted Aflve-passenger lord' The bridge tax proposition to vote
A miscellaneous shower was given
for Aim. Fred Patterson, last Friday
afternoon, at the home or her mother,
Mrs. Clara Kneale. She received
many useful articles. Ice cream and
cake were served to all present.
Several from here attended the
funeral of Mr. Hrvmbaugh in .Mail
land, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Casslus Peters spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. l-afe Kunkcl.
Mrs. Mark Kunkcl visited her
parents in Oregon, Sunday and Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Graham, Jack
and Dewey (Iraham, Miss dtadys
JUmtey, from Fillmore, and Miss
Aurcl Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Smith, Sunday,
Miss Minnie Kramer, from Skid
more, Is visiting relatives here now,
Miss Kdltli int, from Fillmore,
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
home folks.
Misses Myrtle und Olady Ilcndcr
spent Sunday witli Misses Edith and
Mabel I-ent.
M'm Carrie Miner was a guest of
Silas Mayc Shunk, Sunday,
Frank Cain visited Hubert and
Dewey Lent. Sunday.
Ilteic was an attendance of 91 at
the Christian Sunday school, Sunday
morning, and tho collection was $5.45.
and collection 14 .CO.
HASCOMH.
body bed, PJ1T, HUH or I'Jltf model, In
good condition, with ton.
K. L. MOItCAN,
Graham, Mo.
Alfrcil Ilahler writes us from Hoi
yoke, Colo., and says they arc planting
com this week, and wheat und oats
arc looking fine expect a big crop
this year Is breaking soil, expect to
break out about 200 acres, which he
will plant to millet.
50c additional tax to build bridges and
culverts Is only for three years, to bo
disbursed annually for the three years.
The Stock Yards Dully Journal, of
St. Joseph, Mo., Is an up-to-date mar
ket paper, reliable In all market tuo
tations. It Is near home, und publish
cd In one of the leading live stock
markets of tho country. Subscription,
$1.00 per year. Send your subsctlp
tlon to us.
THIRD ANNUAL SALE OF
PureBred ShortHorn Cattle
Card of Thanks.
Wo desire to express our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends for the
kindness shown us during tho death
of our beloved husband father, und
ulso for the floral offerings.
.MItS. P. V. HAKKIt
AND CIIII.DItKN.
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Study the
Markets
Ask any banker the most essential
tiling to do and he will say, Study the
Market. Ask any manufacturer, and
ke will say, Study the Market. Ask
ny up-to-date griin merchant, or any
other merchant, and he will say, Study
the Markets. Ask any live stock
dealer, or farmer, or producer, and he
will say, Study the Markets. Every
grain and live stock dealer and, pr
ducer in St. Joseph territory should
study the St. Joseph market. The best
market rcjwrt appears each day in tho
St. Joseph Stock Yards Daily Journal,
official paper of St. Joseph Live Stock
nd Grain Exchanges.
& the Year
Journal Publishing Company
3.4S IHSsola Avennc, M. Joerph, Mew
KWmm JSSUU1KMT, l'uUikr
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Costs
Less
Goes
to
Farther
of All Farm
I.ot A ten-Inch coll spring from
grader, between Oregon and Forcut
City. Finder please icturn to
WILL F. MAItKT.
Mrs. S. W. Mitchell, who has Ucn
visiting with her daughters, Mrs.
Harry Pollock, of the Marlon school
district, ami Mrs. I). II. Kunkcl, of
Oregon, for several months, left Wed
neday of thit week for Ixweland,
Colo., whero she will spend the sum
mer with her daughter, Mrs. S. Waggoner.
If lookt count with you uie while or tupontrd
lilt far table or dairy uic. Hut (or all nthtr met,
which will total t least 1S, you will not only
Ml ntnry but will get htlltr niulu II youue
Weitem Cruihed Rork Silt. Thli It became it
It 12 purer tlun white tilt li not bleiclicd or
adulterated In any manner It In (act. 9Sc,'o fart
mil. Il com leu at the start than white ult and
It coet at leatt farther. Oct a barrel or tack
It i Ideal (or curing mean, hluet, hay, ttraw and
nwa
fUT4(JTHfl I J
rm.lrfron4rrt
llage- for Ice and ice rream makingi (or feeding
Hoc It, (or killing wecili, and doieni ol other pur-
poiet.
TOR SALE BV
FAHMKRS LIGHT PLANT CO.
OREGON, MO.
Reck MIL SM
Uw 10 Ik. blocks.
Will Ml Chip r
rxk nattta4
br tins.
SCOTCH AND SCOTCH TOPPED
Engineer Chosen.
Tho supervisors of tho Snuaw Creek
Drainage district, together with their i
attorney, W. II, Itichards, held a meet.
Ing at Ulgclow, Saturday last, May 8,1
and closed tho legal features of tho
mntrnct with the Jacobv Engineering
company lor making plans ana map,
The Atchison County Short-Horn Breeders' Association will hold their
Third Annual Sale nt Ortcll LininRci's Sale Pavilion, one mile north arid
one mile cast of Fairfax, Mo., commencing promptly at 1 o'clock, on
Wednesday, May 19th
mSIS, t0 "'f )amatlon of some h
80.000 acres Included In th Krmnw A.
80,000 acres Incluiled In the Souaw
Creek Drainage district, the work to
begin within thirty days. i
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Consistinp; of
NINE HULLS, 10 months to a years old.
FORTY.S1X HKIFKRS AND COWS, 10 months to 8 years old. All
females of hrecdhiK ago have been bred or have calves at side.
These cattle are not fat, but arc in jfood, thrifty brcedinp; condition,
and will ro on and do well for their new owners. All Kovernment tested for
tuberculosis. -
Terms: Six months' credit if desired, on appiovcd note, bcarinjr 8 pol
ecat interest, providing arangements for such credit arc made with tho
owner before tho sale.
. MAN'S
BEST AGE
A man is as old as his organs; ha
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
GOLD MEDAL
The Following llrtcders Are Contributors:
T. A. I.AU11, Wcstboro, Mo. JOHN A. GF.ULASII, Tnrkio, Mo.
EI). F. RANKIN & SON. Tarkio, Mo.
F. B. & W. W. STRICKLER, Craig, Mo.
GEOIIC.E PREITYMAN & SON, Fairfax, Mo.
Atchison Co. Short-Horn. Breeders' Ass'n.
Ask Geo. Prcttyman, Sr., Fairfax, Mo., for Sale Catalog.
LUNCH AT NOON.
Attention is called to tho sale of Howard Garrett, Wilcox. Mo., Tuesday, i 'V.i fi
May 18; 1920,. He.sells 42:head, lialf of them pure Scotch? - , Jllrt 'j;,. , '?$A
Mi
Tba world's standard remedy for Mdnef,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles
line 16961 corrects disorders: stimulates
vital organs. All druggists, three sites.
Ltk ( tie Baffle Cold Med.l on ..err bea
aad accepl M imltaUea
PreshU'rlan NoIcb.
Program for next Sunduy, May 10:
Sunday school begins nt 9:15
o'clock. Harvcv Kvitna. superinten
dent. Lesson, "Vlctoiy Under Sam
uel 1 Sum. 7-2 !lL
Preaching by tho pastor at 11
o'clock. Wo will preach a sermon on
"Mothers," held over from last Sunday.
rno young peopio a society meets at i (
7:00 o'clock. Leader, Joo IVye. Duet
by Fmma Curry nntl Mildred Kamsny.' '
Topic, "Kellglon Pays," 1 Cor. 3-18:23. ,
All young people are invited.
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To The Public
I have recently purchased what is known as tho
"Kahn Islands" at
BIG LAKE
in Holt County, Rio., where there are ideal camp
ing grounds for tourists who wish to fish, hunt
and spend a vacation on orjnear to.Bifj Lake. '
Also have good pasture for about one hundred
head of stock, buftvlll not be responsible for any
stock killed or injured.
For further infdrmition write or telephone
John F. Ideii, Proprietor
Bigelow, Missouri r
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Stitwlnu'il-hnrii wftft n twnrui nttjni!nnr.
u'th'WaUnfclsTNTS, r
and choir- music added nn umall ,
amount 'to'the succoss.of the'Mrvice.
W Last Sunday ntght our 'church was
well fllled'tsj hear the
In foreign mission fields, judging from
Mntu. th large number who attend these
tare on' Byria. Thoro were 83 alldes.-ecUires. .India or China wUI bt shown
eotond.
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o'clock.
A cordial tayiuUon is eztendod U
v wiwiww wurmmp Willi SS .
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swo with tas,
row WAudcu.'

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