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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, December 31, 1920.
Forest City and Vicinity UAITKNINGS Or INTEREST, AS RECORDED UY DELPHEUS I daughters, Mlstcs lleulah and Mildred, children, Dr. E. I Gardncn reports a fine , 8-pound son horn to Mr. and Mrs, t rank Lovolady, t may niKlit, licccm bcr 24. I Mr. und Mr. V. R. Elton, nf Tnr klo. spent Sunday here with her folks, I.Mr, und .Mrs. Nell Kunkcl. returninc Mr. Kntl.crino KIopp, or tho ata-i Mr. and Mrs. win, Kollmer and home .Monday. tlon lloxnltnl. Cam li Grant. III., came famllv and Mr. and Mm. 1'hlllp Koll- UV Ul'tt Clllf1 In MPA m... ..1.1 Kntunlnv mornlnc. and she and her ,mr. of St. JonoDh. cume un and spent frliMul. .1. T. Illrmlnirhnm. nhl. , . brother, l)r. J. A. Hiopp, o hub ciiy, unnsimas wiw moir oaugnicr ami his 'pout at the depot ngaln Monday spent winsimas nay sisicr, Air. aim mm. ivay wincr nun morning, alter ticing on the sick Hit menu nays. Last Tucwluy evening, our toxvn uaxoKt nan team went to Oregon, and played the Oregon town team, the score being 41 to 21 In favor of Ore eon. ' Miss Julia McKec was visiting iai inursiiny nignt witn her grand' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, F. nridgimn at IIIrcIow. Mr. und Mrs. Clias. Vanlloirclrr and chililicn attended a family reunion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.co Cooper, ut St. Jojcph, Sutunlay. Miss Altn Cnffmun came down from Maryvltlc. Thursday, and is spending the week with licr patents, .nr. iinn mth. . m. unumnn. Hairy Cheney ,of Oregon, pul Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Scott spent Christmas day In Oregon at the Ralph Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meyer, of St. Joseph, enmo up Saturday evening and made u visit at tho Medway Hoov "'JImI"' ..,..1 Mrs. T. J. Louden and rhlt.l'ren, of New Point; Mr. and Mrs, w. A. Tavlor and children. . Mr. nnil Mrs. Claui Caskcy, of Lincoln, Neb.; B. R .. . ii.j I l,....n. Ilnln Slnilpr. linn, 01 iiariuim, ". , : ..f v. lvint. Miss C nralicl llrtek. of Sclallj, M.: Mrs. B. Cakev nn.l son. Robert, of Stcllu .Neli.i and Miss Doris Itrock, of Holyoke, Colo., nl spent Christmas day at mo i. i nm Mr nn.l Mm. Klmer 1' ikn and son ..f Vnnlnr. rami- down anil spent rhrittmn with .ludce und Mrs. I'hlli tJ.tU1ttinllpr. Mrs. S. T. Lucas, of Mound City Mrs. II. S. Teare, of Oregon, anil Miss Kchecca Wood and Al Wood of this city, spent Chrlftmns with Mrs I'. V UYIr. Word lias been recrivitl lieie that Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I). Drake, of Soul Ijike. Te.xii". am the ntoud parents of another fine baby lioy, which win born December lii, iiiio, and to wnnm iney have rIvfn thn namo John Edward. This Is their second son. Mr. Dinko's mother. Mrs. Jennie lloyd. nnd sister. Mrs. V. L. Driver, of St, Joseph, are there with them, Mrs. Mary Kiazlernnd Miss Nellie .May went to Kansas city, Nalunlny where they are making u few day visit with their daughter and aunt Mr. and Mrs. I-red I lurchers, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. B. Hotter und Miss Helen Tucker, of Uingdon, came down Miluniay miirnlng, und maile few ilajs' visit hero with her mn'lu'r, .Mr. unit .Mrs. a. ii. .letinj Wm. McDanlels Itoy Stioud and lainll), (iinrgo ntroud and rumili, Wesley Stimid mid family, 1-wU htnmd and family und ,ll- Mabel utt. all spent Christina', with Mi J. M. Schacffcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ileiln-il Cask and rhildrrn nf Kunsiu. Cit)t Mr. ami .Mis Kied riillbrick and cliililien. of St. J.,. M-p'ii nml .Mrs. India Trice, of (Jngun, took diiinei and spent the day, Sunday, wun ,iir. ami .ui. ii.vikiit .Me,-r and lamuy. Mr. and Mi. Ileischel ll.il.er left riiurwlay for 1'erham, Minn,, where be will hako in the bakery fur Ills brother. in-law;, vyne Kuiirii. Notice in tho window nf thn Home Hank the slher run tlmt n. a wn Ilnmfc won In n nico at .ikunias City, Kansas. Il xays on It : "Aerial Ilotby, oinuiiium wiiy, uan.-as, itceritlicr 1: HlliOl tlmut nilniilr.. ,,1ltlM.. II...I coimiierclul plur.e; . II. I'lilllip, pilot; j. t. niiuams, owner. Mr. ami Mi. Thomas J'ilkinRtnu un.j cmiuren spciu cnrl-liiia. at the .hn. llruntinejer hoiiii'. Ira Hall, of Ohanutc, Kandi', tamo over thu flnt uf lat wick, and fpent u lew days hen; with telatlve und friends, while linnsactlng biisl oess, Doris tlrock, of Holyoke, Colo., came in last Tuesday, and is making u two wicks' vUlt with her ciandpar cnts, Mr. and .Mrs. B. Ilioclc. of this city, anil liev. nnl Mr-. J. N. Cole, or Mound City. -Mi. and Mi. Krne.sl l.unM'uhl and Mm, I'loyd, nf Muryvllle, Mn., enme over last Wednesday, anil vliltrd over Christmas here with jclatives and friends, .Mrs. Ileniy l.'ombi, nf lllgelow, was shopilng In our city ThuiNluy af ternoon. Mr. and .Mm. Bred llennelt, of Nortonvllle, Kunsat, came over 'l'liur-da;- r.a l spent a few days bore at tho Hay Elliott home, and ulio with other friends, Mrs. Albert Hull spent lat Tlmrs day in St, Joseph. T. J. Louden ,of New l'oint, ship, ped u car of cnttln ui.d bogs from our city to the St. Jontph market, lust V dnesday, Daniel Hoover went to Oiaham, cdnesilay, where lie spent a few days With Ills son. It. II. Hoover nnd famllv. ... tV0 j- s- R'n lield seivlcen at i in kiii, Miiuttiay morning. Mr. and Mrs. 11. I Kvermn and urn, Wyllc, of Kanias City, rame up iinn speni uirwtmus with bis p.uvnts, ii, uiiu ,uis. i; r.verson. v.. ' ' "e'Ker, ot 1'ies ton, Neb., camo Thursday and tnado n few days' visit hcie with her wn, L. A. Hanks und family, returning homu buttmlay vventng, Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Walker were St. Joseph visitors, Monday. Mr. ann Mrs. A. M. Urown went to St. Joseph, Saturday morning, where they spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Drown. -Mr. and Mr. Tom Hamilton, of Mound City, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry lovell und Hcrt Hamilton pent Christ mas at the Win. Hamilton Home. licit Noland, of Omaha, came down Sunday and made u visit here with his folks, Mr. and .Mrs, C. B. No land. -Ml and Mrs, Win. Hill and son, Hlenn. of Bortecue,and Mr. nnd Mm., Thomas Hill spent Christmas day at tho .1. M. Shumate home. M.. I M., Ilr,,.. ItiillnrV ro. .,11 uiiu ...,.. ........... . turnul In their homo near Nodaway,1 Liiri5imns several ilnjs, the first of tho week at the Dwlght Meyer home. Christmas morning, Saturday, lre. nhoul Sl.ui ociock, the liack room of the llaptlst church caught rt i.. f. furnev home, returning to ineir some y. i errj- i uroey, ui- homes Monday. nignt operator at the Hcpoi, was the Mrs. Mattle Ulrk, of Trenton,1 nrnt to discover it, nnd ho gave the Mo., ami Dual, lteitba nnd IM Che-.alarm, neip wa soon inei-e, anil the ,. f t Cltv. Neb., siwnt sevcial nro lme was altacheil to tlie liyilrant Mnmliu. after spending here with relatives. . Mr nml Mis. A. .1. Ilurk. of Amu- riinln, and son, Herbert, of Itulo, Neb., were visiting Chrlstiniis at the K r. days, the last wtik. lit the Judge 1. C. Stullaril home. Mis. Anna Kfner anil naugnier, Miss d'race. left Tuesday for Chilli- collie, Mo., wheni they are making u visit at the John McMullln home. Albert Wulkcr and family ore iwrnllni' several dnvs this week at the Chas, Keeves home in Bulls City, Neb., mil also nt the Sid Vundeveer home at Salem, Neb. Mr. and .Mrs, John hi eves ami Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hceves und tiaby nf Mueutnh. lvuasns. came over Sut urday motning and visited several days here wilti lenitives ami iriena. Mrs. Joe Williams, of Savannah nnd son. Chiirlle W am.. of Okia lionia City, ()kln cunui over from Sa vannah. Tuesday, and made u visit here with her mother, Mrs. Vine llovey. and other relatives. Chailio returned to his heme at Oklahoma I'ltv from here. .Misses Avenl nml syun nnueis, of .Mntiiul t it, weiv visiting umtay with Mr. and Mi's. II. W. l awk The ladies of the Christian churru tiKik in JIS.f.- with their alc, which they held tit the O. A. Williams reed tote. I rhlav alicrnoon Hugh W son and fumily and .Mips llonnlo llroilbeck, of Oregon, spent hnstiiuis at tlm I.. I.. llroiltHCK liume. Col. I'. M. Ilabb ami family, of Oiegon, fpent Christinas day with her father, W. J. (!las and daughter. Miss Collie. -Mr. and Mr. Ilenii laylor sin'iil lirlstm.is Willi her mother. Mrs. Muiy Heine, n"ar Craig. .Mrs. Vine llovey and daughter, ne.n the school house, and thn file was soon extinguished. Several in tides in the church were dnmugid. If the chuich had been u frame build Ing Instead of u brick, It would doubt' les have been totally destroyed. The origin of the fire Is unknown . Mr. und Mr. linlnh Mever and baby and Miss Mabel .Smith took din ner Sunday at tho B. W. Smith home, near .Multland. The annual Holt County Scottish Kite A'MK-lntlon banmict will be held In our city, I'rld.iy night nf this week. Dec. .11. About I no members nie ex pected to attend. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Meyer, of Oiegon; Wilbur Iluntt and fumily, of tne .Mineral springs uisiiicl. and .Mr. and Mrs. Ittissell Meyer, of St. Joseph, spent Sunday nt the Jlcdway Hoovei home. Mis. Lois Williams, of St. Joseph. came up Friday evening, nnd are mak ing :i wicks visit here ill tho Ueorgi' Williams home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkes spent Christmas witli tlielr son, lilcn line nnd wife. Hits' 1 lleiuiett. who is attending ehiiiil at l.ibcrtv. .Mn.. came un last Wednesday, nnd spent Christinas heie with his mother, Mrs. Jessie llennelt. -.Mrs. Cam riivton has returned to icr homo in Notton City. Kansas, afler a pleasant visit witli her cousin, .Mr- .1. D. Krtring. llerN'il A. Illcliaril'on, who is pending Ids vacation with his imients, not hi' tnnslis removed in tne i.ns- worth hospital In St. Joseph, Wednes- lay of last week, by Dr. W. C. rroud. Burr Oik. Messrs. liob. Anno and lUrry Stone were shopping in ht. Joseph, one iluy, last week. Miss lluth Wntkins returned to her home In Fairfax, Saturday, where she spent her Christmas, vacation, II. A. Howies. Mr. and Mr. J. M lllachlv and daughter. Esther, nnd son Don, took Chrlstmns dinner with Terry Stone and fumily. Miss Josephine Vms is visiting this week at the Jack Cotton home. Mrs. Jane Illncbly was on the sick list, the first of the week, but is some better, we are glad to hear. Mr. and Mrs. U L. Nolund nnd daughter took dinner. Christmas day, at the John Noland home. Mr. and Mrs. Lamest I.unsford nnd son, Floyd, are visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Vlnce Hopper was called to larkiu. Mitunlay evening, to tie at the bedlde of her daughter, Mrs, Ed Anno, who Is quite sick. Wo hope for her rarly recovery. Tho'o who spent Christmas at the J. u Anno Home were. win. I.unsfnril Arthur Elder. Tom Stone and S. W Anno und their families, and Misses Etfu Stone nnd Delia l.unsfoiil, Mr. and Mrs. vlnce Honner gave u (.lirislmas dinner, lhosc pres. int wo in .Mr .nnil .Mrs. uichnrd sipes, Mr ,nnd Mrs. Leonard llonner. Jits, Mandy Uineund daughter, Mville, Leo and Win. Hopper and families, - Mrs, Jane lllachlv gave a dinner Sunday in honor of her children grandchildren nnd gli nt-grandchildren, Those pirsetit were: II. A. Howies, .Mr. ami .Mrs. J. Dively," Lev. .No land, Leo Hopper, Terry Stone, Miller and nopiier liiariiiy und famines. KATHLBEN mi mj 'r p T..,.rn. ln understand inai no nun uuim . ' t...... ....I .1 ml. i'ii. Tinii. lien1 im iiuiiiiiK mr ins ri'v-,.. liviliua inv. .I.WRH..-I, ..." '-.- .-. ,,.,..', ;.,.l .,. J,l mfi Min Ann; l.iilllm linil A 111 IT M1WIIIJ, .n.w. . Charles Klngsley llnint went over to:l to timiiia, ye neMini avannali and spent cinlslmas witn Mr Si Mrs. !en Cotton, who has been In und Mr,. Ilnrry Itmnt and family, th Sisters Hospital nt ni. Jpscpii ior Allien Wulkcr und iiiuliiy at the Chits. Vanhoozlur .Mr. mill ..lis. U'lllll niKKirmi """1. i . " ml. . i 1 1U ..-nl. i.r Mm. Mini, her father. Win. linker, hho n now ... i. i i. ..i... ... .... ,.. imiii-nvini-. wo are ir an to near. ,. , , . ,, . ,M,.,r, w. .... . . 1 . ... . . I ...1.1. 1.1. ii'Iia ,.n Mrs. Dale Nichols, of Wichita, "pent t risimas nen- mi n family spent I !' Pt thren weeks, where sh under ioo?.lur home. 'et an operation, wwt brought home Vmlerson vIs-iTuesduy. anil Is iiow at tho home nf misas, is muklng a visit with her sis. ter, Mrs. Frank Ucntiy, on ICoutc 1. - i-raiiK .eion, earner on noute i, ishes to thank his pations for the. re lunches the gur him I hristmns lay, also chicken, butter, Jelly, apples id honey. i in was .mi. .cion 18th Christmas on the louto. Mr. and Jlrs. rrnnk hpeigei nro ne H-pound ion. born Sunday, Decern- son, born unoay hikui, ikc. .u. ir. I (iurilm r was in attendance. --.Mr. nml Mrs. Jii Haulier, of St. osenli. came un Friduy night und spent Chilstmus hcie with her pan.nts, Mr. and .Mrs. Junes iiuuneii. Mr. und Mrs. II. I.. Allen, or near Oregon, are the proud patents of a no li.pound sun, Hum ftunmiy, ccem. be r It). Dr. B, l (ianlner, uf this city. as in uttendanre. C. U Hichnnlson and family spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Swope, near Mound City. .Miss (ihidys Stanton, of l.larinda, Iowa, camo down lliuivduy, and l.,,n Willi. Misses Cutboliiio D.iwvnn, .Mary AlMie nnd Maude Stullnrd took dinner at the John Anderson home, Sundnv. - Mr-. Vlnce Hopper wrnt to Tar kin. Saturday evening, where she Is at the bedside of her daughter, Mm. Bd Anno, and is also visiting her daugh ters, Mr. nnd Mm. Unbelt Spoon and Mr nnd Mrs. Jiimes Sweet nnd their families. , . Dan Hahn, Jr., shipped n car load nf hogs from here to the St. Joseph market, Monday. , Harrison Walker Is on tho sick IKl. having bad 111" second stroko of apoplexy, Monday. We bopo for his recovery soon. A. J. Cotton nnd family spent Christmas with his In other, Mr. nnd Mr. A. W. Cntten. at Oregon. Wm. Cooper, of Crulg; Mrs. Carrlo Klmmel and son, Taul, of Hlgclow; Ed KeuHtcr and family, of Oiegon; L. J. linker nnd family. Mrs. Onto I'lum mer nnd children. H. It. Cotton and ts making a two weeks' visit here with !:"" ln. V0. '" her mother, Mr. and Mis. M. U. Cum- . U7W L L I ..,inR Mrs. A. C. Cooper, or llroken Arrow, '",K'' . .... ni,!,. .11 t.,mt rl.rtitmnu nl tl,i Win. .Mr. and .Mrs. ll. Teare, ot si. ""'" V" 1 o'cph; II. S. Teare, of Oregon, and Haker home. K T.Mire. of this cltv. snent Christ, i M sa.lliue . Mil I ray, of 1 Jlbo, mas with their mnthc?, .Mrs. Matilda visit ng Monday night witi, per Team. A good tlmo was spent unilij""- nd unt. Mr. Iin,l Mr. A. J. riiimv, lin:int fill nrttittinw nn.l rlililu , .. y.,,,...... Shoners, Hut No Italn. The inuny friends of Miss Mildred lochtermiin met at thn home of Mrs, Henry Hankers, last lliumlay night December 23. with it suiniisc mlsceila, neous shower. When the friends ull iiriivcd, Mrs. Hankers called Mildred by tclcjihom1 to come over und spend the evening. She tcceivrd many useful gifts, nnd it pleusant evening was spent. l.U'guni ivntMiinienis were seized. The follonlng Mnnday evening some or her irieiuls from her church, lite Methodist, rami) in a body and brought witli them an electric toa-ler, n a token of their love for her. These thimrs heln brighten life's pathway. .May roes ever tiioom ior ner ami r's, as she gnei to her new home in Hie tt. Order of Tilhlirntlon. State of Missouri. County of Holt, ss, In the Trohato Court. Adjourned Session of the November, Term, l'l'JII. December IT. 'JM. In the Mutter of the Estate of Ellen Dcffenbaugh. deceased. Ueorge W. Meyer, adinlnMrulor of the estuti; of Ellen Dcffenbaugh, ile ceased, having lietetofoto presented to the court i s net l on. nray ng lor an onler for the sale of mi much of the reul estate of sa Id deceased us will nav unit satisfy me remaining iienis due by said estate und yet unpaid for want or surriclent assets, nccoinpanieu by tho accounU, lists and Inventories required y law in sucn case, on examination wneieoi it is here now oidercd that nil persons Interested In the estate of said deceas ed bo notified that application as nfoiesalil has Ken made, und thai tin les tho rnntrniy be shown on qr bu foro the firrt clay of the next term of this court to be held on the 8th day of February, l in! I, an older will lie made for the sale nf tho whole, or so much of the reul estate of mid deceased n will be sufficient for the payment tf said debts; nnd it is further oidercd tlmt this notice be published in some newspaper in this stuto for four weeks before the next term of this court. A true copy from tho record. Witness my bund and thn seal of said Court this 28th day of December, 1!2(. I1AU11Y M. DUNUAN, Judge and Bx-nffielo Clelk (Seal) of Probate. wen received Georgo und Hoy Stroud spent last Wednesday in St. Joseph. w:!iwiHi!iMaii!mist A HAPPY NEW YEAR s 3 MM 3 3 3 3 3 3 An 1920 closes, wo hope there arc recorded in your puss-book of memory, rich deposits of Joy and accomplishment. And may Nineteen. Hundred Twcnty-Ono bring you such wealth of friendships, of deeds, and of dollars, too, as to cause It when ended, to stand In remembrance as a year of achievement and dosircs attained. During tho coming year wo shall be plcasod to sorvo you In every way consistent with good banking In caring for your funds nnd assisting you in your business deals and will be glad to have you talk matters over witli us ut any time. Wo hope tho coming year may bring you Increased prosper ity and happiness. Wo wish nil our patrons and friend a Happy nnd Prosperous New Year. The Old Reliable BanK of Forest City Capital, Surplus and Profits, $40,000.00. FOBEST CITY t l t I MISSbUBI 3 I 3 3 I Mr. and Mrs. Terry Uois and chil dren spent Christmas with hi r mother, M-s, John Carlton, nt Ciaig. Those who shipped st,vk fimri cur city, Tue-duy, weret Sherman Kec, Dwighl Meyer, Bail Slephenfon, Lenn Kec, I.. F. Noellsch und Wm, Dt-rr. -Ooige Watson made n huttness trio to St. Joseph, Tuewluy. Kollmer Devorss, of Carter, South lukotu, came Monday night, and Is muklng it visit hero with relatives. Forest City Mrthodlst Church. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Itegular preaching services ut 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. TASTOIt. Rev. Henry Neighbours and John Tumcy and two children spent Christ mas at the Albert Kollmer home. Forest City Rapllst Cliurcu. Preaching each first and third Sun days, both morning and evening. Illble school each Sunday nt 10 a. m. Preaching next Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. Tho fire will not Intercfcro with the services they will be held as usual in our church building. We wish to pub licly thank those who so kindly extend ed us Invitations to worship with them. niCHARD L. STRATTON, Pastor. Order of Publication. State of Missouri, County of Holt, ss. In t ie Truliuto Court. Adjourned Seslon of the November Term, 11)211. December 17. 1H20. In tho Mutter of the Estate of William Hruscli, deceased. Com go W. Meyer, administrator of tho estate of William Hinsch, de ceased, having heretofore! presented to tho court his petition, praying tor an onler for the sale of so much of tho reul estuto of kiild deceased as will pay and satisfy the remaining debts due by suld estato and yet unpaid for want of sufficient assets, accompanied by the uccnunts, lists und Inventories required by luw In suth case, whereof it Is hoiu now ordered that ull persons Interested in thn ostnto nf wild deceas ed be notified that npplicutlon as aforesaid has been made, and that un iess the contrary' ho shown on or be fore tho first day of the next term of Hi's court to be held on tho 8th day of February, 11)21 , un order 'will bo inado for the sale of the whole, or so much of tho real estuto of said deceased as will be sufficient for the pnymcnt of said debts; and it Is further ordered that this notice be published In some newspaper In this state for four weeks before tho next term of this court. A truo copy from the record. Witness my hand nnd tho seul of sold Court this 28th day of December, 1020. HAURY M. DUNGAN, Judgo ond Bx-offlcio Clerk (Seul) of Probate. Correction. Editors, Tho Sentinel; Wo wish to correct a statement in last week's Issue of your paper, In which you stated that, Thomas McCall was arrested at tho homo of Arch Carson. They were not at our home, but ut tho homo of James Dare, north of Oregon, visiting his half sister, Miss lllanche McCnll, formerly Mrs. Arch Carson. Respectfully, ARCH CARSON AND MOTHER. T, A. Isong, Veterinary. SEASONS GREETINGS We wish all our friends and customers the season's choic est blessings. May the year of 1921 bring to you such wealth of friendships, of deeds, and dollars, too, as to cause it when added, to be remember ed as the year of prosperity and happiness. HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY m THE UNIVERSAL CAR Fori! Deli very Cars arc used in fleets by many of the largest business firms of the country. This is because the Ford Delivery Car has sol veil the iirohlcm of safe and quick delivery with the smallest possible expense. Easy to understand, easy to drive, nnd durable. A faithful servant giving years of faithful service. We can give you any style of body you want. One thing is sure every retail merchant will make money by having a Ford Delivery Car. Comctn. Let s talk4 it over. Wc assure you genuine Ford service with genuine Ford parts. iiih kki:vbs.iiha(;(; AUTO CO.. Oickoi). MiSKOUtl Mr wm Kill That Cold With CASCARA E QUININE . . and Colds, Coughs La Grippe Neglected Colds nro Dangerous Tak no chsncu. Kp this standard remedy handy for the ft ret iiihk, Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves Orippe In 3 days Eicellent for Headache Quinine In this form does not arTect the head Caeca re le beet Tonic Laxative No Opiate In Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IP L 3VL- BABB 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. BABB, Auctioneer George Gelvin, of Mnltlaml, one of the most congenial fellows, was here Tuesday, and after Collector Alklro f;ot through with him ha had a nickel eft, which he sold he ws going to take home and give to'thnt boy of 4ils for a relic. Mrs. John Steward has returned from Omaha, where she visited rel- iives.