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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, December 31, 1920.
4 I Hi J DT 17 A CT? CaTTTI I? 3 4 T PLEASE SETTLE Remember, beginning January 1st, 1921, 1 am going on a 30 days' casli basis, and everybody who runs an account, please make arrangements to settle your old account, and also make arrangements to settle your account at the end of each month. It takes too much money to handle long accounts anil profits arc too small. I am sure you will like the 30 day plan much better than the old way, when you once get used to it. Yours for more business, X y I Cash (or Hides Harvey Evans "Reliability All the Time- Cash lor Eggs f y i y i y y y y y ? 4 COAL $5.00 PER TON COAL In older to Introduce our ATI.AS IlranJ High Grade Screen si Lump Coal in tills territory we ure going to sell five car lo.ids direct to consumer nt the low price of $5.00 per ton, K. O. H, Car, (Vntervllle, lnwn. Get In your older (pilck. If you ran not use u rar, go In with your neighbors iiml order now. SEND NO MONKY. You pay for coal when car arrive. Car inn from 40 to CO tons. Imme diate shipment. Don't delay. Send your order today. Sae oui address for future need. Consumers Coal Co. Centerville, Iowa COAL $5.00 PER TON COAL THE VALUE OF A FARM WW i in the final analysis depend mi its pio.liictivo capacity Ux pow er of pioduring crop and turning them Into money. Ily (HnMlng n reasonable acrcngo iff your farm to n COM MKItlllAl. APPLE OKCHAUD OF" THE ItlGHT VARIETIES, Its production, mcururcd in dollars, run lie TREMENDOUSLY INCREASED. The growing of paying crops will stabilize farm values ii nothing else will do; and no other clop grown in Northwest Mloouri pays so will as apple. Com, clover, alfalfa nnd apples, alone with pink, dairy and poultiy products an' crops that hilng prnperlty to our section of the country. Utopia is mi inipii.il1o ilieam and HoIsheviMn the world's moi-t ghnstlv night-mure. I,et in keep our feet on solid ground, nur hoods clear, and our handS husy helping to wnik out the le rnnttructinn progrtim of the next few years; requiring as it does of nil, not words and theories, hut nrtlon. seivice, production, and wltlial. the practice in all things of the old-time Idea that"honel Is the best policy." PLANT GOOD TREES. Our new I'riee List of Nursery Slock Is ready. Mnbo It will help you. If you huve. not leceiv ed n ropy diop us a postal cord nnd we will he pleaved to send it tn you. yours roit service, GEORGE R. MURRAY MARYV1LLE, MO. Br At Your Service DRINKARD-SAGER-EMMERT COM. CO. Let OUR FIRM sell your live Ntnck nt this market, whether It be one lienrl or n full cnrload. We mnlnlaln a department for selling Hukm. Cuttle and Sheep In less thun carload iota. Iiuvlng salesmen who devote their entire time and talent to selling live slock hauled or driven In. We'll meet you nt the unloading chutes. DRINKARD-SAGER-EMMERT COM. CO. South St. Joseph, Mo. ffl a Wanted Farms for Sale If you want to suit Your Farm, come in and list, it with mc. My Rates are Reasonable, My Ser vices nrc ns,Good as the Best. I sell Land direct from, and nt Owner's Price, on commission only. YOURS FOR UONOItAIILK DEALING, A. W. Cotten OREGON, HOLT CO., MO. Until January 8, 1921, we will Mend yon The Sentinel and St. Joseph Dally Gazette (without Sunday) for $5.60. The Sentinel and Oailr and Sunday Gazette, one year, for $6.50.. This of fer la for cash In advance, absolutely. The many friends of Mrs. Zepha lden-Giffln will regret to learn that aho is in a St Joseph hospital, on ac count of an' acute attack from appen dicitis, but it is hoped she may escape the surtaen's kaife. .Miss Mildred Cilder, of Maltland, was hero Monday, visiting some of iter former chums. A Christmas Carol party ut the lome of Mis. L. I. Moore, last wwek, inursuay nignt, wun aits Mary Mooro as leader, was greatly enjoyed by all who were fortunate enough to pe present, the entire evening was given over to music. Quite a number oi miu woo re i rormer music pupils were preset;. UIGEL0W IEWS DOTS AND DASHES, BY RUBE. Dr. und Mrs. V. E. Hoguti ami daughter, .Miss Kva, and Guy Jones were Christmas grests of Mrs. Henry Jones, Our high school basket ball team. better known as the "Ynller Jackets," went to Crnlg Wednesday evening of last week and pinyeii their second con feicncu game with the Craig hign school team. The game was a fast and Interesting one from stint to fin ish, nnd when time was called, the (core was 10 t Ifi. und in order to de cide the game II was nceesury to play unother five m'nutes, nnd nt the end of this time the score stood 23 to 1S In favor of the "Ynller Jackets." After this game the ll'gelow uwn team and the Craig town team played a very good game, coie i!G i.i 1ft In fnvor of the Ulgclow team. Ouito a number of boosters accompanied the. teams from here and were well paid for their trip, even though they did not get home until o ociock in the morning, the lllgelow buneli was very grateful to Craig's popular barber, Frank Cull Hams, who opened up his barber shop nnd entertained the visitors until train time. (lien and Gladys Hccisemn visited with their mother nt the Sisters' hos pital in St. Joseph, Chlistmas day. Cecil Curry und Henry Schoon- over weru business visitors in St. Jo tcph, one day lust week. II. r;. (Jo mi'., manager or the Farmers' Klcvalor company, icturned last week from Mill Creek, 111,,'wheie he had been vi tiling with a brother cveial days. O. . Adams und son, Uscar, uie visiting with friends In Tabor, Iowa, this week. Mrs. John Irvln was vlsltxg w'th relatives and f 'lends In St. Juselii. several days iuaI week Thtrtyfour scholn'rs attended the Christian Sunday school Inst Sunday morning, and the collection amounted to $1.8 1. As Is the rurtom of this Sunday school, each one attending was presented with ti sack of candy, sack of peanuts und a banana, -Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Ilridgmon and two daughters diove down from Molt land last Sunday morning, nnd spent the day visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ilridgmon. Miss Jo Wilson was here several days last week from Knnsis City, vis iting with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Wilson, und other relatives and friends. Miss Jo Is holding down a responsible position with a telephone company In Kansas City. i-MIs Juliu McKcc wo hero last Thursday and I'rhluy, visiting with Mr. and Mrs, J. F. Ilridgmon, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Hums, who have been visiting with Mrs. Hums' mother, Mrs. W. C. Dodson, for sev eral days, left the latter part of last week for Girot Fall, Mont., where they expected to visit n few days be fore going on to their home In Gcr nldine, Mont. Miss Lottie Itcno left the latter unit of Inst week for Halls. Mo., whete she is visiting during the holidays with her parents. W, F. llain was hero soverul days List week from Council llluffs, Iowa, v Mtinc with Mrs. Ilftln Miss Mildred McCully, of Mound City, was viiltlng several Hays, lnt week, with .Mr. and Mrs. ll, u. Alkin son. Willie Knowles is visiting with relatives in Mcrldun and lopeku, Kan sas, tlds week. Accompanied by Dr. D. O. Terry, or .Mound City, rretl uresham leu last -Mr. and Mrs. I-. II. (.rerhain an.. Sunday afternoon for Itochestcr. Minn., lighters, No.avee, .Ida and el a. r ' PXamInaton ,,. thc fllmflu; duu am gue Christmas day. inent. -Miss Jennie Cnmpbell In here this Iting ... '-v" '"" week from Klk Cieek, Neb., vl ""! '"'."." V.I..V her sister, Mrs. II. i;. t'ombs. pan i. insi weeK, e,i,oule umn i.kih- m ,, Schoonover lin.l nku, ..Montana. . .Skidmore, .for an ex 1,mu,h,Pr Miss Kdlth, visited over tended visit with Mrs. W. h. .Mitchell. ..i,i.'. ,.,i u Mn ugi many s. Heckalhomc nil to u few year. ' Vliiv.vme Mo was un old lligeow- rt.sldont. The ,n jlo wn iiu. "v .... .Vllti .... M044 vm lur m cm if. unr .laughter, Mrs. Itoslc i I'attcrson, on No- '.:Mr- ,, MrJS J ,,, ,,,,. ,, Ml vrniwi nui. T . : . . aii'I Mi. I.. C. ti'lffln wi io shopping in torjon slaile.1 with u two-horso tea n s, Jl(. , UM wf ek 1 und b'jirtrv to drive from her humc te ' ... , i. t n ii sheep cami.. !I0 miles . illtunt, where luff ,owu UlU w,.,,k visiting with her husband us taking cnic of a . Tnll., nnil ..lfp. uuih.ii ii ei-i .-... ...v,. MrK. I,. II. Klmmell nnl son, rmil, northern storms eaino up, she t"lV.(ted Chriitmas .lay with ii-latlvos unit the hunting the rub nbou lOitee miles from her destination. : jn ..,. c.Uy Sho had unhitched the team, and tho. j, c',iul' i:a1 (iu.,,ttm uni t team made their way to n ranch, chaney bovs, while out on a huntln When found Mrs. INittersun was about pXp,.,i,on; nP (ny, ti. ft of tl hull, a mile from the buggy, und It week, jumped up n big white Jack rul seems she had ml down on the ground to reft, and tiled from exposure, rlio seaich for Mis. I'uttorson was made iust at soon us the team was found, ut she had hern dead for sumo time when found. Mrs. 1'atturroii was form erly Mrs. II, Overlay, anil Mm was mairied to Mr. I'.ittei.iun lait March. lli'Mcles her hu.-huml, she leaves one son, J.mmle ,about 16 years oldj onu ihughter, Vera, aged 18; mother, one biother nnd two slstei. Funeral n-r-vices wcie conducted ut Kkalakn on November JUth, nnd the remains were lulit by the sldo of her biother, Lew, and sinter, Anna GruiKUtuff. She was ubout 'tu eais of age, und hud lived In Montana for several year. Coko Juckmn shipped n e,u loud of mixed hogs und cuttle to St. Joseph, one day last week. Mr. und Mrs. Juok Huffman, Mr. und Mrs, Allcty Notley, of Foitescue, und Mv. and Mrs. J. W. Giuiham, uf Mound City, wcie latt Sunday gucts of .Mr. and Mrs. I W. Notlcy. Mr, und Mis. Tot Schoonover me hciv, this wuik, fiom Kansus City, visiting with iclntlves and fi lends. Don't forget tho chuieh i-ervices at the Methodist church next Sunday, morning und evening. 1'. T. Siemineiis, u gusuiiuiKiiteu. glnotr from tho Agrieultuinl Denart- ineiit at WushlliKtiin, 1). C' was lielo teeenlly, goin'.' ovr thu teirltoi-)' of .Sipiuw l leek drainage dUtrict, No, 1. Mr. .Sieiiunen is an e.xpeit on dialn ugo distilcts, und went over tho dis trict thoroughly and will iwM the Jdcoby Knglneerlng finn, of Ivunsas City, in loi-aling tho ditches to Im lo niteil In tlilt dUtrlet. -Mr. und Mif. J. W. (ire.-lum, uf .Mound City, ami Mr. find Mr. und Mrs. I,, w. Notley uein guests of .Mr, und Mis, Full (ireshum, Cliiistmus day. Mr. I'. F. Lundy arrlv.sl one day last week Ironi roil .MoigAn, tnlu, und visited several, duy with her son, W, 1. Lund)' uud family, und this uetk Is visiting with her iluughtnr, .Mi Kurl 'achary. north of Mound City. Our schoota ate closed this week, and ulinoht all ot the teuchcts left Thursday evening of last week for their various homes to spend Christ mas with relatives und friends. On Thuisday afternoon, Christmas cxer clses were hold for tho children, and nn interenting program was given in the auditorium. Quite a number of the patrons of the school intended Misses Wllda Grosham and Nellie Wll Hams gave readings; Misses Mury lllnklc und Mildred Walker told of their college life; Miss Mildred Dod son, of her school work: and the ores Ident of the board of tho education, 10m uriiigmon; r runK wuiKer, secre taiy of the board, und Haves Giahum made good tulks on whut the schools or toduy uro doing. I he entertain ment was good, and it is to bo regret ted thut more natrons of our schoolsu .1.. mil -1. - - 1. t L 1. . -1 t 1 uu nui uiiuj mule lliw.lv ffc III IIIU UI1UUJ by visiting the schools moie often. l) u you hovo "Tom and Jeriv." Christmas T Mr. and Mrs. Orvltlo Schoonover and little son, Dale, who have been visiting with relatives and friends here for several1 days, left the first of the week for their home tn Uocela, Neb. bit ,und it took one of thc Chaney grey hounds ii nice of u mile und u half before the Jack rabbit was caught The rabbit Is suie n fine specimen and would weigh about ten pounds. Mr. Couts says there are three or four more jack rabbits In his vicinity, nnd another hunt is planned In the near IlltUIC. Mr. and Mr. Sam Pointer and sun, Clayton, visited Christmas day with Mr. anil Mis. tl, W. Poynter und f.imlly. i Harold Knhn left one day last week for his new home in Seattle, Viili, Jesse slipped off tho week pre. vlous for Vancouver. It. 0., wheie ho is running one. of the best hotels in that citv. Mrs. Kuhn is visiting with relatives In St. Joseph, und expects to leave in a lew days ror heatlle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry I)idiun, of St. Joseph, Mr. and Mr. J. T. Dodson and Howard Dodson were Christmas guests of Mr. und Mrs. Joe DotWon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kurt Spellman, of SI. Joenh, vveio visiting with Ml. and .Mis. uuy Jones last Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. V. Campbell and daughter. Miss C arice. weie here i-ev oral days lust week from Vaton, Mo,, vHiung wun .Mr. ami .mm. uni rerc Hunt. Mr. and Mrs, 1- A, Hunt and son, If ill I y. were guests of .Mr. und Mrs, II. S. Hunt. ChriMmu day. I'aul Adams Is hero this week from Tul.ir, Iowa, visiting with rela tives und 1 1 lends. Morris & Ott, ono day lut week, received tluee cur loads of heep from Knn.u.i City. Their were $80 head in tux Miipwcnt, Mrs. J. I). Wilson was here seveiul duys last week from Lincoln, Neb,, visiting with relativrs and mends, The baiaar given by thc schools, Tuesday evening of last week, was not very well attended, on account or the bad weather and toads. Howcvcri those who did get out were more th repaid for tho Inconvenience of the weather. The ladles sewed chicken, noodles, pie and coffee in the base ment nt u very reiisiiunbln price, nnd the chlldien snt.l randy and other ar ticles in tho corridor. About 8 p. m., tho crowd gathered In the auditorium, where thcie were u few songs, after which County Health Nurse. Miss Min nin Strobel. gave a good talk along the line of the health of the school children and the proper methods thut should bo taken, Close attention wus given to thu remarks by the crowd, und her coming wus veiy much upprc elated by all Present. Tho following ladles made up u Christmas box of dressed chickens nnd shinned them to the Christian Or. nnans nomc, in uouncii tuuns, iowu, In time for their Christmas dinner lost wecx: Mcsctame lieu Minnie, T. J Ilridgmon. F. 11. Grcshum. C. C. Cat' ron, George Cook, O. W. Adams und J, 1, Chuning. Frank Walker and fum ly uie sporting a brand new Kdlson victroia at their home, which came In just be fore Christmas with a liberal supply or up.ioiiaie records. Hayes Graham is In St. Joseph tils week, a patient at one of tho local hospitals. His wife, daughter, Miss Catheriae, and brother, K. W. Graham TO ALL OUR s s 8 8 3 3 3 8 3 OLD FRIENDS Who have been loyal, who have helped us, and whom wc have helped as best we knew; and to the newer friends whom we will cherish through thc years until they become old friends; and to you whose friendship we want, and we will ever strive earnestly to deserve, we tender this GREETING May thc New Year be a prosperous and fruitful one; may joy and recompense come to you, and may it be our privilege to help add to your success. With Hearty Good Wishes from the Henninger Drug Co., to you and yours for a very Happy and Prosperous 1921. "The Store of Better Service." si I i it .1 S . m 1 ne oiurc ui Deuer oerviee. c SEASON'S GREETINGS At this season, just as the old year is slipping away, and the youthful 1921 approaches, we take this op portunity, fricnd,jto extend you our best wishes for afull measure of Good) Health. Good Luck, and Good Cheer, and to say for your patronage and support- THANK YOU! ROUND PRAIRIE BANK Fillmore, Mo. DRY CLEANING CO. HATS CLEANED and DYED Thel.urflCKt Exclusive Cleimeis in Ihe Cily. Cleaners Of Wearing Apparel and Household raoriCH. Purcel Post Orders Given Special Attention. 012 Frederick Ave. St. Joseph, Mo. lire . with him. Huye, has not been of ttnsendale's best young ladles, feel(jig uell for oine time, and his of course, shn Is, or "Wink" wnul ItlMl fi-(-iii ill ill' jrut6l.IK MIU IIUCIOIP, - nr. i.. ,vi, uuiin nrriveii last .sun. day evening from Moulder, (Join., Mn response to a telegmm that his daugh-tor-ln-law, Mrs. I 0. Glffln (nee Iden) was irnltn sick and accompanied by Dr. P. K. Hogan and Dr. Giffin. Mrs. Glffln was taken to the Sisters' Hospi tal In St. Joseph, on the mrly morning train, Monday, nnd Inst reports oic thut sho is resting easy, unit that an operation may not be necessary, Mr. and Mrs. Chus. Cation anJ fumlly were hero tevernl ly, the first of the week fiom St. Joseph, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Catron. Earl Dorchcis was hero Kvvinl duys, the first of the week, from Sa vunnah, visiting ut tho home of Mrs. wnry unitners. Liunont Osbome was a r'oi'est City passenger, Monday noon. The young folks nrc having lots of fun skating on the ballast nit, sooth of town, and It is said the Ire is un usually smooth und about tix incheV. thick. Ilig'Idko reports five-Inch Ice. Last Kriday morning, thu thermometer registered scro, tho coldest of tho sea son here. Mr. nnd Mrs, W. D. Lundy und Mrs. Aivibiosn visited last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Zachary, nortlt of Mound City, We see by the St. Joseph papers that George Xlorchers and Miss Ethel Mae lilalr, of Roscndale, Mo.) were ! - i i q. n.. i oui. IUUIIII.U in li. .iubcjiii, in.i;iiiivr miii. Georeo is a son of Mrs. Mary Ilorch ors, and was born und raised in this vicinity, and la a mighty fine young man. Of course, we don't know the lady,' but, fi are told that she Is oae ami. YlllM II,, V, KC" mr 10 cl,angn her nnme. At this wilting the newly-weds me visiting ,an.i we uie not informed lis ti their future plahs. W. M. C'uton was a business vis itor in St. Joseph, one day, the first, of the week. Dun't forget the road meeting January llh. at Uie W, 0. W. hall. There ure three commissioners to elect one for ono year, one for two years, and ono for three year. J. W. Smith was transacting busl. nes In Oregon, ono day, the first of thc week. Mr. and Mrs. Tot Schoonover und daughter, who havo been hero for scv erul days, visiting with relatives ami friends, left Monday noon for their home In Kansas City, Henry Dougherty was a Craig passenger, ono nay, the first of tho week. Missionary I'rogram. Tho Mlsslonory society of the Chris tian church will hold Its regular monthly meeting at the homo of Mrs. Pettljohn, Wednesday, Jan. S, with Mrs. Will Schulte us leader. Song. Prayer, Devotional peiiod, Mis. Schulte. Song. nible Study, Mrs. Hugh Wilson. Song. ' Translation of the Bible in India Kdlth Dawson. Teaching the Uible, in India Mrs Phillips. Hidden Answers. Benediction., SEC'Y, Ml .ilAff"l-3i?t