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THE HOLT'COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1921.
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There's a real menace to the farmer of this country in cheap South American beef. Our packers are building more and. more big plants in Argentina, Brazil, Uru guay; refrigerator ships are dumping the frozen and canned beef on the markets of the United States and the rest of the meat-buying world. How can this dan v gerous competition be met? In pure-breds lies the answer. The pure-bred farmer can produce prime carcasses at an economy that challenges competition or, better, he can sell breeding stock to a steadily growing market. From every point of view pure-bred cattle give security. The farmer who raises them has fewer worries over hlghjeeds, increasing freight rates, decreasing soil fertility and poor bank credits. Because his business is on a more economical basis his mar? gln of profit is greater than that of a scrub raiser. Because his margin of profit is greater he can weather n market slump that crushes other beef raisers. There is more demand for his superior kind of cattle right now. foreign markets arc clamoring for his breeding stock. Don't you want to enroll in the ranks of safe farmers who make more money and have better homes? Don't. you want to help make this community n better place to live? The Country Gentleman, the great National Weekly of Profitable Farming, will point the way. In the 52 big issues that come every Thurs day for just $1.00 it offers n uniquely valuable national farm service. Northwest Missouri Hereford Breeders' "Association Guy Jones, Secretary Bigelow, Missouri THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN, Philadelphia. P. I'm tUd to K you pushing our organisation with good advertising. for one year, fifty-two Issue. The two to well tog ether. (My Nunc) '. And here's my dollar for a subscription XMy Address). (Town) .(State). Forty-three scholars) attcmlcil the Christian Sunday school, Inst Sund' y morning, nml the collection wo 31,811. Mrs. Mottle Dunham was over from Mound City, one tiny last work, visiting with Annn Chiming. Dr. Nick Hinkle, who has hern spending hi vacation with home folk ami I dative, left the latter pa it of Inst week for Omaha to rrsumo his studies In medical college. llrotherO. W. Adam was visiting ..HI, r,!.,,l. In 111..,. -II,.. l.'nn.... In. I growing weaker. He Is being kept lit Sunday nfternoon. home heir, nnd two men mv with Thcie was u f.iniily reunion at the lav anil nluht to thke cato of liim. i., f tro a vv i-i, ,,!,. i... ent hinir possible that can lie ilono.i.,,. .,',,. i rn tinnnr Mf It. NT for him ha been done, and at this .c,,., , un 88 year of ugc on writing, it seems to lo jut a matter ,lat jjri jteKre Kl,t, nrounil fa loot time. I lie rumiiy ami in- ,...., n,i r(1Un, home without am- nti. have the sympathy of llic en-;nsslstanci', mher than liU old reliable tire iclnlty. tenne: enlov meeting his friends tit Harry West wa it SI. Joseph pa-- ihome and on the stleet. nnd ulwayit rciu'i i List Monday moinini;. has u koimI word. Ills daughter. Mrs. Itr-v. II. K. lloiiiiUln held fenkei. tlumiiiK, preparid ti sumptuous birtll' t ti..- Methodist chuicll, lat Kundaj, May dinner in honor of the rvint, uml 'I lie many friend of Hayes (!ta- inn- will Ik pained to learn Hint lie "it his mind. The first of last week he was taken to St. Joseph and laced in the Knsworth ho.Miltul. whole ic culd he under obsvrvutlon by a number of doctors, but it seems then Is iiotliiiiK that can be done for Mm. lie riivps ety little. lie readily rcc- opnie.i everybody nnd remember u Kteat many thlnRs that have happened. So far he has not been violent to any ric.v. extent and he 14 Knuliinliy nr hi him K T5ISEL0W 1EWS DOTS AND DASHES, IlvllUDE. and evening. The evening "11 of his chihliei were present, und u were unusually good, nnd x-ery pleasant ila was spent in vicu II10I1MI1" SCIVHi then- -liouhl have been u full house, lto llouniuln is a itood lllblo student and i- tlellveiinK some vciy Rood wr- nioii- and our people should wake tip tin- fact that they should attend chuicll mole often. J I . Iden was tlansactlng bust- nes in uregon, one day, tne tirt oi the week. Mr.. Mollle llanulng and daughter, Mis- l.elali Elizabeth, wcio visiting with friends In St, Joseph, scveml days last week. - Mrs. W. S. Denrmont in lieie this week fiom Capo (llranleau, Mo., visit ing tier sisters, .unt. .. vt, i;iiunmg and Mrs. (leorge I'oynter, nnd her father, II. N. McKee. I'lder (iilman Wnlden held ser vice- in Kulo, Neb., last Sunday, morn ing and evening. I'uul Adams, who has been spend ing hi - vacation with home folks, left the latter urt or last week In resume hU college woik In Tabor, Iowa . -Third Trick Operator II. V.. Itoot vi'ited over Sunday with homo folks in latan. -John l'oui:hlln i-,unu-d home, Inst Moo-1... morning from a business trip of si-. i.ii ilais in lopcKa. Kansas. - Mi-- I.va llugun, who has been visiting nith relative anil fi lends hero duilii" vacat on wrek. eft Monday noon f.ii Lincoln, Neb., whew wie N nttenu i-chool 1-. II. tili-shum is in liochei-tei, Minn, this week, taking .Vrav tient meat for cancer of the nick nt tho faniou- Mayo hoMiltid, and piospeits ate that lie will leltnii Home tin-inner unit f this week and finish tho tirut ments at St. Joseph. The family bus a huge circle of relatives and friends here who will lie glad to know that prospects, are good for a peimanenl cure. W. 1 . llaln, who lias been lieto for sevi-rul davs visiting with .Mrs, llaln. eft tho flm of the week for Council Illuffs, Iowa. Mr. and Mm. Howard Lrnl were here last Sunday from Oregon, visit ing with relatives. Hubert U-Igh wus heie sow-mi days, last week, from St. Jofcpli, visit, ing ut tho W. P. Caton home. l)e l M. tliffin. who had been here several day in consultation with Dr. V. K. Hogan with Mrs. I.. C. (tif fin, left tho patter patt of last week for his homo In Itouhler, Colo. Mrs. Henry Sihooimver and daugh ter, Mis IMitli, who have been visit ing with relatives and friends In Main. villi-, .Mo leturned Home lust, nunnay At LEHMAN'S Th Aj tiot out ll sliort Unittii of p fool of tttty deuriplion at ttU si i hot I Uli of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. Youcsn it rxsr tiitlf bv Irtdlni st LEHMAN'S on REMNANT DAY m jsjhi Roy KUnkel, of uansos City, was here for a couple of days, last week, looking after business matters. The last week of 1920 was a busy one In the collector's office. Mr. Al- You can never tell what's going- to happen. Our congenial pounty treas urer, Seib Carson, mado a raise some how, ono day last week, and he was so delighted that he hurried home and .1 !..). A.l ...LI. MB .1 ab nAAJ nrl f a anA she hurried snl rushed off to St Jo-lklro had to call to his assistance his septi and actually bought herself a good wife and son, Gary, and they "brand n w dress. were truly helpful in the time of need. Walter, the splendid son of Will Hill, of Fortescue, has enlisted -i the navy for the three years. "Brother" will see much of the world during those three years. Mrs. Dan U. Kunkel was the guest of relatives for a few days In Kansas City, this 'week. mnrnim Misses Pmylu llridgmmi, Leila and Iva Davis and Mary Oveilay were Craig pasengeis, lut Sunday afternoon. lolni Irwin, who has been in a i.,!,i li.nlii.l in St. JoM-nh fiiusevcral weeks, whoio ho was operated on for hernia, icturned homo last Saturday aftomtHHi, and from tlio ninllo John was went ing when In1 gut off tho train ho wus mi doubt mighty glad lo get hack home once more. . Mi- nnd Mrs. I-'rank Walker and Mr. and Mrs. tluy Jones uttended tho .-ninual winter iruthcrlng of tho Holt KroitUh Itlte Association ban quel In Porest City, last Pi Way eve nlng, nnd repoit having enjoyid u very olnncnnl nif i It I tl (C. Mrs. A. K. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Nclllo llannlng, wero visiting ieiik M KniitliV naients. Mr. ami Mrs. 1.. M. Jones, In Itulo, Neb., sov- cianiayn, last wci'K. Mr. and Jirn. i. j. iiuhk"i " daughter, Miss Doiothy. and Mis. Ouy Jones und daughter, Miss hllzubetli, wero visiting with relative in Mound City, lust Snturduv. Mrs. ainii i.arKin.t uioi imn Overlay wero Mound City passengers last Satuulay morning. Mrs. W. ii. i.unuy uou hhihivi, ami,m.n vf-tnmed homo last ...in. ,lllU.wn ......... -- cinnlni, nvnnlnir from north of.Mounil CitV, where ttioy linu ocen vwuhk with relatives several days. At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Bank of Ulgelow, held at the bank, last Saturday, the roiiowing oi fleers wcio elected for the coming vear: J. r. llringmon, presiuem, John C. Hlnkle, of Portcscue, vico- presldcnti J. t!. llinKie, iieorgo ly tcr and C. C. Cutron, directors. Tho affairs of our bank arc In first-class condition, and, the past yeur has been ii nrn-neroua one. George Toyntcr will continue as cashier, and Pred Kecncy, tho boy with a smile, was elected by the board as asMstant cashier, tied says now Is the time lo make your do- H. E. Combs, manager of tho Farmers Elevator Co., was a business visitor in St. Joseph, ono day lust week Mrs. T. J. Dridgmon and Mrs. V. A. Snllrdor were shonnlnc in St, Jo- seih. ono day last week, and vMted a thort.tlmo with Mrs. Hilrry Hcersema, who Is a patient in the sisters nos Dltal.-.W' . Ing. Thoo present wciei Mr and .Mrs. ti. w. t'oynler ami laniiiy: .Mr. nnd Mrs. Itert McKee und Mrs. P. h. Mien, of ( ralg; Mrs. . S. Dearmont, of Cane ISInui eau. Mo.: L. S. .Mrlxei and daughters, Misses Segius and Sarah, or Finest City; w. i. Mclvre, Mls Pinnres Wnlden, Fred Keeney und Mrs. A. W. Chiming and son, Iarry. Notice the smile our school ma'uUM lire wearing since they lelunied from their vucatlon? J. II. llridgmon was down from Mi'ltland, last Sunday, visiting with Mr. and .Mrs. J. P. Ilrldgmen. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. (iresham wero over from Mound City, last Sunday, visiting with relatives anil menus, M m Kthel Jones was v ting re: atiu'A and friends in Itulo, Neb., several davs. the alter nart of lat week. - Mrs. J. P Iilcn went to St. Joseph, la-l Sunday noon, to be will her ilnuglu ler Airs, u I . n. w no is a imtieri in the Sisters' Hospital. It is tlioligl t Mrs. (ilffn will not have to be npcrntc.l on for appendicitis ifs at first evpect ed ami Hint sue win lie auie in rem n homo one dav this week. Pat Davis, who ha. been vlsllnut with Ids sister. Mrs. ('. I., l.awi ei.ee and fninllv. ninth of Cialg for several days, returned home, mo latter pan oi last week. - -Mis. Ilattle Adams and daughter. Miss Helen, who have been visit Inn with hoi sister. Mrs. Orville Schonn- nvi'i. n .ineo III. Mil., lor sevrrai weeks, leturned home last hatuulay evenlnir. - .Mrs. Harold i'oynter. or uaincion, Mo., wn- onerateil on at tho Christian ( hiiH i hiMiitu In Kansas Wily le cently for tumor, und nt last rrimitH was irettlng along nicely. Harold and wife have many lelntives and friends heie who wMi Mrs. I'oynter u speedy i-ecoverv One nenrbv lllirelow lusldent says "Ves sir, had my 'Tom and Jcny' as usual. ' I lull liov Is sum lucky, Mrs. M. K. Cullllunn is visiting this week with lelatlves In Palls City, Neb. Mrs. J. T. Doibon visited over Sunday wilh her sister, Mrs. W. W, Waifconer. During the cold snell last week J. P. Iden nut up ubout sixty tons of ice. Cuke JackFon packeil about lbU tons. Jasper Odell also filled his ice house. I he ico wnn or gml n,uullly nnd nbout seven inches thick. l. 1'. (iraliam came over ith Nemaha City, Neb., last Sunday, and is heie visiting Uth relatives nnd minds. Mrs. J. Decker, youngest daugh ter of .Mr. und Mrs. Chai, Dorsey, former Hlirelow lesidents. was sue- cccsssfully operated on fornpivndlcitis at u local lio-pital recently, mo nor scys live in Pino lllulfs, Wyn nnd we n large circlo of nhitives und ft lends In this vicinity. Wo see by the papers tint our flrcnd. A. A. Jcffiey. one of Holt county s best friends nnd u fiumer Hull county resilient, ami who mi been associate editor of that popular farm lournal. the Mlssoiir liurullst, for a number of years, beginning with tin first of the year Is agilculturc edi tor at tho statn college In Columbia, and will liavo tliarge of the ilepattment of publications, publicity, Photography und minting. That this Is a cno of the right man in tho right plaro goes without saying, and we Join Ids many friends in heuity congratulations. ( eorgo i'oynter was a Dusness visitor in Coming, one day, the first of tho week. Tho boar dot ti.ucution held tlieir legular meeting ut the school house, lust .Monday evening. Webster's New International DICTIONARIES ore In use by bull nen men, engineers, bankers, judges, architects, physicians, fanners, teachers, librarians, cler gymen, by tueetntul men and women th world oner. Are You Equipped to Win? The New International provides) the means to success. It Is an all knowing teacher, a universal ques tion answerer. If you seek efficiency and ad vancement w hy no t make dally uscof this vast fund of Inform nllon? 4M.0O0 VorsbulirrTtrmi. TIM rsi. teea niumsiiont. Oiiotod FI;im, 10.000 (ixntraphlrsl Subjects. IJ.0W Ulmrsplilcal t-nlrlts. RtfJa and lodu-Psotr EAIions. Wdielort- limn pcm, Uluttrillou, ts. Frr. m rt Ol I'lXkH Mip It you nsmii this Ii.pt r. c.c. MERHIAM CO. 8frif(lild, Kits. FOU SKILI.KI) HONEST TREATMENT A((er Oilier Dortnrs Poll Consult Dr. S. 1). Francis 7S0 Pell St, St. Joseph. Mo. Tipeit In the trmlmtnt of all Chronic. NcrtouK, nniil, lilocsl. asm arul ijrn-ito-Urit'ory Dimsra of Men and Wo. men. 1 5ive a III) CO rxorrinaimn Tree. "606 and 914" Administered lnlrsNrnouly for Ulood lllsordrrs No fte hopes or promises, but perm snent. Uslieit cures. You ray lor results only Hours: tl u. m. lo H . m rite if unt!e lo call. y C. I). ZOOK, GUY I.. CUMMINS, Prest. Cashier. AUTUMN CUItllY. Aj;st. Cah. ZOOK & R0ECKER BANKING CO. DltPCtlN t t t MISSOURI IMabllslird 1871. :o: The oldest bank In the county. Trans ucts a general blnklng business. In terest paid on tlmo deposits. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country und Ktiropc. Huve mado spe cial urrangemcnts to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. Tho accounts of farmcis, merchants nnd Individuals respectfully solicited. Speclul care given to any business in trusted tr- us. UOTH I'llONKS !. A. II. Officers. Mever IVst nt Its meeting Friday last elected tho following otflcers for 1921: Jacob King, Commander. Wm. M. Morris, Sr. Vice. F. S. Morgan, Q. M. Itev. T. D.-Kobcrts, Chaplain. Clint Uverich, O. 1). W. S. Lunsford, O. G. Hen F. Morgan, Q. M. Segt. D. P. Uobvns. Adjutant. Representative to state encampment, wm. si. worrisj alternate, ucv. ,i. w Roberts. o Thursday evening. Dec. 28, tho choir of the Presbyterian church gave u farawcil "irty to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wnlker nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hurvcy Evans. Tho choir took wis means of showing Mrs. Walker their nnnrreiat on for the heln sne has given tho ihoir, while Mr. Walkor was pastor of tho church here. The choir pre sented Mrs. Walker with a beautiful gift. Mr. and Mr3. Walker left the following day lor weir new nomo in Green City, Mo whero Mr. Walker has accented a call as pastor of the church at that place. May they like their now UAM !l.l nf uaiV nnd fv, nf IIWIllO ill Vt4 W .. n . , w. . " " - . great service to the Master Is our J. C. WH1TMER DENTIST X-ruy Service, PROUD BUILDING Oregon, Mo. Nortli Side of Square Both Phones PETREE BROS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW New Offices, Upstairs Over Poatofflce. BERT G. PIERCE I DENTIST Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore Building Office Hours 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 m. 1:30 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. Notice or Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that thero will be a meeting of the stockholders of tho Hank of Forbes, held at the office of said Company in the Dank building in the said town of Forbes, en Monday, tho 10th day of January, 1021, for the purpose of electing a Hoard or Director and to consider any - 9 other business which may properly -i rnmn before cald meetlnir. Polls will be nnened at two o'clock and closed at -'.V"? !l.l nf uaiV nnd fv, nf J.1n,.L. A .In.. t?' W. H. RICH AKUU, " priyer.- . . . .. .... . ' - Tesiass.fciW' . rjMBSisWtiB ' ""t. '