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THE HOt,T COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1021.
nmrxmvijum-mwuAo.wAar.-jvLww Miss Grace Long return;d lomr, Forest City aid Yicin.it HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST, AS RECORDED BY DELl'HEUS (Sutunlny fiom the lflghlnmt district, wucro i.r noil neon spending ihriM nM week with .Mluft Kljfe Kail, nt L- Of.l 1 ' nit- ohi r.mi iiunic flt.tl..1 T ...... - I ..! jnjTJTj-u-Lrrnrinrtftrr- " "i'ini i m -iik mmmi i w I. 11 p II MUM .v 'iriwi til Ull l 111!' I I l Mr. anil Mr. J. V. Dunn, of Frances lllnilc, of Nevada, Mo., nesdny, JJclla, Kansas, came last 1 ucrilay, and camo up December lb', and Im.i been Mr. and Mm. Gci.riro Teihuiio r our city to tlic St. Joseph mnikct, Wednesday were! C. II. Kunkcl,.a cur of hogj Ilalley llros, of Oregon, n car of hogs; II. II. Tcrliunc, two euro of cattle. Judge (!. V. Cntten, of Forbes. camo up Ian Tuesday evening urn ui.viiiuuu fiiiunu, .mo., .'irs where she will mnkei vl.lt uiih t,r l.i. Anml... c.iif..... . father. Weed lllndc, before reluming places of Interest In the'west, uhcic to .Nevada, where she Is Attending they expect to be for about u venr. rK,,vv';, I, fr. . ' m' Crnttfoul was shopping SUsns .Nom and Mabel Fields of.in at. Joseph, lal Wcdiiesduy. .Moumi uty, came down Thuisdny and' Mr. nnd Mis. Chs. E. Sentney re made n few ilnv.' vl.li l,nM .. in. i. turned home, the firt ..f ii.. ....!, visited with his son, A. J. Cotten and J""1 Mr James Wills', lolutn'lng nicr 'pending Christmas with his - iuipvji .in. unit ,iis. home. Sntuidav. 1'. Scntnoy, at family Clntc Kveison returned to his; Mr .nnd Mrs. ('Jim Icy Winhooi-ier """'''"""b, Ivtinsns. homo nt St. l.oul, last Wednesday, nnd two children, Slut'guetlte ,,n,i 1 Mrs. John Spier nnd Sirs, liindlo offer spending his weeks' vacation Eugene, went to Atchion. Kansas Frl. .'"'i w.,,e tt' J""'!''' visitors, lat with his father and mother, Mr. nnd day evening, wheie they spent n few I r' . , II,-. V. P I'rnr. ' i nv. will. k.. .lcw L. T. Uu nn am Inn .... ll I llllllc Hamilton Is on the sick list Wm. Hopkins and family.' lrLco, of Sioux Fulls. South liakota, with scarlet fever. He Is getting Mrs. Tnm Kir I- ,,n,i ..... h.. Kami' in lild.i.v moinlng, mid hne along nlrtly, wo am glad to hear. iWcnl to St. Joseph, Sntunlay' imitti'iv. '"I"'"'"" ','" 1"f. ,,' N Finest Miss Ruth Jnrrctl returned home, Ing. wheio they made n visit with j i' ("miK" mch they hayo pulchas. nisi lliuircia), nucr spenoing ncr Christmas vacation with her sister Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Simon, at Sptlng field. Mo. Uev. C. W. MrD.mli.ls. ulin linn dnv. nflri- ..it,l .. ... '! .!",,: to our city been mnklng un extended visit heie their grandfather. Mr. ami li- I li ' ..7,"'r? Mabel Smith and Maiy with his slier, Mrs. J, M. Schacffer. Slulcup. "' Alklie took dlnnir. nnd spent the day left Thursday for llulo, Nebr., nnd IVter Slpes. of the ItKiff Cltj dls. i i"'"y M,, l-vi" Hognn nt iweni io .u Joseph, Satuiday morn. ' u" ,r" l oiesl ie, Ing. ttheio they made n visit with t l' (,alu.K0' "'vcl1. l,u'V 'iavo pulchas. er their daughter and sMer, .Mr. ntid Mt?,ni,f"1 1 !""' tti!or. s'""- 'n",' r, Roy Caudcll. ,,r"',wlll move Into the John Class propeitv -Wilbur and Max Stalcup. of !!", fS"m'! "- ' tl.flr house. l ollies, relunud to their l.nme Frl' 1 ''i "n,V0, VV' wln'n'" them Oklahoma City, Okluhnma .urs. lercssa need trirt, Is out, walking on mdchc',, on "cr ,.,;!!::, !' .",',JV, "'V- , , , anil Sim, arrnunt nfnn accident on DeeemlK'l'y",' Ti , H , " r,,ll,,''l' an i i n. V..-H. ... ,7. wwviin, (iiuir- mm- ..un iiaiiiry llOIUgSWOttll Were PO 1 T .M. ii'inr.L'll ilay, where they got nciUiilnted with ing out In the morning to shruk rum" .."i 'c"'i',K lli'1 Scottish llite llatwiuet their llttlo gramldaughter nnd nlico,' Harney drove the wagon and before 1 1,0 Sj'"4 fl, !ir,,l "'"'"t . Wllhclmlna I'nnsy Heed. Iiwrencn ie. getting to the field, IVte dlove the'. ," '?. !' '''"nc,, n,n'l" lnihiis lnme.1 hump In the ninlnir. nml Whi. rnllln In ui.l.h I .. I IMP to St. Jo'Cilh. Mimil:iv. Reed remained until Saturday. to gi t on the wnirmi uiili n... .. . --Hatty Mobetly, of Kiuimi (My. Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton weiOIVto Mrpiied up and inuirhl hold i.r 5",u' ' ,il' "fti'mw". nnd Is mnk visiting last Weilnesday with tlulr'ihe side Im.;iiI to -uiiighlinJlf over "i"'t " ,tto nrvU' vl'11 "K'i Id niece, Mrs. Ida llridges, nt Foibes. nml t!i. .Idel-onid piece he had hold of """! .""A1 .,l.ln?l,'. Ml" M" nnd Mrs. Irn Hlckson u turm d to her Dioko li...-e. mnkini' him full on his I ' "';,.' ,V ""'- . home, hc first of last week, after "Ight sld... hurting his right ",' es Mnrki ninl ll Ki'a:.tii Inp. spending Christmim heie with hei s- dioulder. Hi. I. geltlnr aioiiii.l nn.l " a"'. "r '"'t" t'"' '' ter, Mrs. J. M. Schneffer. s feeling better, we me gh" t" u",Z I " ,, T'Ul'1' lloilnh Hlckson elnoln shldlu etaol o Elijah Alkiiv. Jr., utmneil I, nine , l,rni' 't"n ii tuitiiil Ivone Carl Ruckles, of Hnlyoke, (Tolo., Filday from his uncle and mint's Mi' f S "fl,.T "l","llnK 11 f' lay.M.i came Weilnesday, and is making a visit and Mrs. Chas. YaiiCumii, uhciv'he , ' M''-''"I" n Hunt , m-ii.- uu um uncte uuii uuni, .nr. noil iniii iHiMi spending u lew da n hunUm . " '"-n n i. ami ni-o wmi Mr (itant llucklts and family. J. X. Mrndi nhnll, of .inuhd C,t i f.imily in the l.m Alvln Co!e. miii of Mr. and Mi. came down I'lhlnv uuii niiiiv iiM.I o iiiMrui. Olllc Cole, who formerly lived heie,' the day with Ills sbter. Conlev Kwalin '. !" '." ,;dnei made u Ininlness liut now of hi. .lo.ipli, Is attending the and family, i .'tinning home in thn ... " ..' "v ""'H'h. Mond.iy. Momk- tnnlllliln nl I'lilrni... Ill I nln.r. . . I- mnk iriir : Millie, .if It... III..I. lies studying for the ministry. Win. Wimm went In Mnuml City '' "' spemlliiK hut wnu Mr. nnil'MiH. J. W. Dinwiddle .Suturday morning, while he ntiendivl V. ,. ',, ,"'J'l'i"nl. Dr. ami Me. W'cie St. Josrnh visitors.. Thuisilav. tiio first nnnral mr. lim. ,ir ti,.. Ihillock. James Vandevecr and family n H'-'l, of the I'aimeis' Mutual Insiii-' ."v! Ander.mi was on I turned hiime. 'Ihui'Hlay evening, after nnce Company, which was held then- , , W'V,'R" days, the first of the pending n few days with her mother.. -('. S. McKee and two duiighteis! Mi'"' hls win- Mrs. Emmelt Ijirrnnrii. wlm Im. Imn Salah nml Xi-i.li, . . i.. i : N.u, we III 0 Iliad to hear. IHltlo Itlck. but Is Ilille 111 lui Iin nml Slltllllbie HWilnlni. t.l....l 1. ' Mr. flflll .MlS. (j!lllll U'nilt nn.l Ml around now, we are glad ti,nnnounre. ed nnd ci loina'.i il the 87th hiithduv of ",'!',' Vtidi-rson and da1 ghl.-r'. Wm. I.undy, of lligelow, was in his father, Mr. II. X. .Meivee at ' the "l";it Sunday at the John our city, llmrnlny. ! lionie of his sUtei's, Mrs. A. W. I'Iiiiiim "BKner nome. -Mr, juck cotton was n St. Joseph mg. I Here nru seven chlhlieii, nml nil 1," J, ,l- ,;v'' visitor. Thursduv. Johnson J. Rnyhill, of the May flower dlstilct. was visiting Thursday night with his Ulster, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Scott. Dr. J. A. Klopp irportM a fino 111. Mund son wus horn to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cuyer, Thursday morning, December 110. Harold Kunkel, of New I'olnt, hipped a car of hogs fiom our city to the St. Joseph muikct. Thursday. Mrs. Frank F.lierhatdt and s iWeie prerent. dinner with A. rsini Ii.hL J. Lyon and famllv, -Mr. nn.l Mrs. limit Ohcsney und,""t r.V''" . Iiahy, of Falls City, Xebr., came over , ""' Mnl'cl Mcdulie, who has Sutunlny moinlng ,aud iiinde a fewib,','n lu1"ding the holidays with her lavs' vi.li I, ..m ,.i i. ..i.... ii . .uncle mid until. Mr. anil Sir-. T.nn Kv Stallanl home. . '.. .Kt, in the I'nlon dlstiict, spent Mon- Lester Taylor and sister. Mis. 'ynt "': '''"r' MrClnnahan homo John Tully, of Firth, Nebr., came w, , n" ,icr """ " ,,u' Muryvlllo imyn, hiiluniuy, un.l made u visit with n their uncle nml mint, Sir .nnd Sirs. C.' 1 "I1"" wsik on the slek list K. Taylor und family, of this city. ("'vcrul days, this week. .Hiss licrlrude Mnper. of . . " I1 iiuyiien leluin son,, .iiimieapoiis, ininn., came mi uylor und family, r this city. i" "'"'1 " ,sfl. iinrim.L vi-..-' . r1 Kvanire st A ll lll I iii.;iii,,IU Minn lAVl..! i d to the Univel's IV of Cl'llr.'li.ii. M..... Dick, of Lincoln, Nebr,, came over ,ls making n few days' visit ui the l,ay' f1"'!".'. 'cw ''"'nt, wheiu he had been holding ti U days' eetlng at the Christmas day, und ure making an Smith Dorr home. extended visit iicru wiiu tlieJr father' .Mrs. II. I Kveison nnd son.V '"jan cnurcii mere. und grandfather, A. D. Taylor. Wlle. retiiined to their home aUKtui- ,,7"' L"'... ' Tlll"'",1ll and daughter, Dan Hnhn. Jr.. shinned u rnr ofisns I'llv. nfler n..n,lim. il. fi,.i.i iss Nellie, went to St. Jorenh. Sinn. hogs from hero to Kansas City mnikct vacation heie with lehitlves und ''?' w'l.l'!'' they will make a few days' Thursday. I friends, vMt with Sir. and .Mis. SI. W. Hill. Dr. J. A. Klopp reports a fins S- j Win. tawirv, of St. Joseph, spent 1 ',!?!' ",( n,ako " f, w 'l"' visit round daughter was born to Mrs. Friday night nt the Hugh lluirier vr sister, .Mrs. Florence Kvei-ett Stalcup, of Alva, Colo., Thuis-t home. iWumpIcr, nt .Savannah befme leturn. nay, uccemner ;iu, while visiting with' .Miss (iludys Stanton leturned tn.'" lemuves ai roiiies. , tiarimla, Iowa, Kalunluy uvcnlng, nf. ' ,' .." ""v" "n" ""tnuy siicnt Duniel DiHiver leturned home,, ter spending over Christmas here with l,s"'"ii'v )!i,n "i other, lto Oilnies rrlday from liraham, SIo.. where ho1 her mother, SI. Ilr Cummlngs and l"1"1 V,"""f, "''u'' Forbes, hail been soomllnir n u'eelf ivllli lily fiunM. I Sirs. W. H. Alkli-e. of Oinimii un. -Mr..und-Slis. Win. .Spiecki lnieveril!",'"'',il" tlu ' c- It Thus. I son' returned home, to Corning, ' y , " ,ll'r"1"", f hail loads, icvural i'f making a lew days' visit heie i "'!'"' "''"''nt. Thme picsiit h her mother, Sirs. Cafollne Daw h?.''1'0.' Sl,?,li''n,,' Milchcli, t. II, on, II. II. Hoover and famllv. Sirs. Sid Kads anil three daugh. , nnd leiv. Altn. eiellie anil Jiurnhlnn. le.iuflee mnlitni. n d,. ,lm. turned to their home In thn lllirlihiml Willi Imp n,,,il,..r i.u i .-.. m.. n...... wero, Slesdames Joe Slilrlirll. II district, Friday, after spending the son. M.lihell, A. .1. Ctlen, 0. K. Kmeiy, K. week with her brother, .Mr. mid Sirs., Mis. Sidney Hollnnd und dauidi. !' 'l'"'Tr'i C' ' ith'haiilcon and A. J. m. Hopper nnd ramily, in the INn- tor, Slay Jane, who have been making ',"'"' hvoinjii, if Knnsa- Uus. district." a visit with her sister, Sir .and Jlln.i' 'lv vu 11 ''"''g"'. After itnint) Judge W. J. Class was a Imsiiirssi Wylln Kclffer at I'erliam, .Minn., cumr" f"hmenln woio seivid by I ho hin. visitor in Oregon, Friday. down, Suturduy, and nre making n few,""'' t,nK vl" 1,p M" J. M. Shu. Mr. and Sirs. Clnuilo Cnskey. of days' visit here with her parents, Sir. I,l;"'i Thuiwlay, Jan. lit. Lincoln, Nebr., were visiting tho first ami Sirs. Cad Uuker und fumllv, while1 " ' '" 1,0 1"Tr'1 ,,ml ,,ie f""rt of last week ut the A. J. Sehaeffer returning to (heir home at Lexington, ,inu''' "lur-stlon is definitely ..ettled nt homo. 'sCcorgia. least for tho present, for thn iuestIotj Mrs. J. K. Alklie reti'ined hoimi Sir. and Mrs. Wm. Ruckles inter- "r niival has agr.in b'on pu.wed upon l-rldny from lllfelow, whero she has tnlncd n huneli of.joung folks i.t their "ml ll''H "mo u ""Jrity vote "aye," been making n visit with her mother, home, northwest of town, Friday night aml " wn moved last Saturday wllh- Sirs. Mury Hill. nt a New Year's iiaity. (iiimcs won'"ut ""' 'xcitement? Ut us rest In - Mw nnd Mrs. It. 0. Plummet' weie played und refreshments served after l'Mlc!''. visiting bunday afternoon with tltclr which they ictunied home. Those ores. !. . II. Seymouiwwns transacting Hect nunt, Sirs. J. SI. Staley In llentnn ills- ent weie. Vernio und Isiu Slnclaii; """InesH In -St. Joseph, Friday and Them will be no evening sci vices, i Hffa nml limh.t. stun.. i,.ii i Saturday. Adiuns, of St. Joseph, was Cora Ramsey. Wllma Anno. Lllllnn icorgo Watson was trani-actlnir 0p. s in si. josepn, Jtionuay. trlct, Win visiting several days, lost week hcio Elder. Esther lllachlv. Ilomico llon.''u,ln''", In St. Joseph, Mondi Willi relatives. Sir. nnd Sirs. Dim nni- lv Aikln...n. ii... ...I Itav Ilurrier and fomilv u-er vl. Hnhn, Sr., and relatives at Oregon. Robert and Paul Anno, Selh.and Krn.!ltinK wlOJicr parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mildred Klopp, of Craig, was est Ruckles, Hune nnd Roy Stone, ' ftcr P1- "''d family,-in the Rluff visiting rrldny afternoon with her Clay Moser, Carl Atkinson, (ienrgo,tltv '""trlct, Sundoy. fotner, Dr. J. A. Klopp. Sinclair. Llovd Ruckles. Itussell Kid. Ihomus Sims, Rud Nelson. Max SIis. Jnhn Slarlncr was St. Jo- er, sluo Hopper. H. Cornutt and SIr.IJ,off''' I""" '-"'"n nd Mr. McNalr, of teph visitor, Friday and Mis. Iluckles, I HEREBY RESOLVE V That 1021 nhnll be my most prosperous year. That Instead of letting each day be sufficient urilo Itself, .1 Khali carry a definite code of action. That I shall plan my work ahead, then do it. That In that basic plan shall be a positive business like financial system. This system shall employ (he BANK OF 1-OK EST CITY as my financial headquarters. I shall pay all my bills by check. I shall deposit all In-comlntf amounts.. to the credit of my account. Uy plunning, only, can I look back on December 31, 1021, upon a wisely conducted yean We are here to serve you, and would be Rlsd to have you be come a customer with us, we will gladly welcome you. COME IN. v , Start (he NEW YEAR right, by beginning business with a strong financial institution. WE PAY FOUR PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS. The Old Reliable , BanK of Forest City Capital, Surplus tnd IVofits, 910,000.00. FOREST CITY l t I i MISSOURI St. Joseph, spent last Thursday with v.., rbii..i,i. ..h.i r...n.. in. ..aiiiiMiiii .tun nullity, Mr. and Sirs. II. C. Tcarc, of St Joseph, came up Frlduy and (Spent a few days hem with relutlvcs, and also attended tho Masonic bamiuot. Dan Hnhn, Jr., made a business trip to Hurchurd, Neb., Saturday, looking ufU'i' his farm there. Fred Heavers went to Slound City, Monday morning, wheiu ho Is now em ployed by the Ncws-Jeffersonlan. Sir. and .Mrs. Roy SlcFarland und baby spent New Year's day at the James AlcClannhun home, , C. L. Watson and family spent Sunday with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .Murray, In Denton district . Corliln Cllft was In St. Joseph, Friday nnd Monday, where Dr. W. 11, Mlnton Is treating his eyes. Lawrence Funks returned' to school at Fayette, Monday, after spending his two weeks' vncntfon at home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kollmer and daughter, Marguerite, .returned to their homo' In St. Joseph, Sunday, 'af ter making an .extended visit herewith relatives nnih frlen lit,) " .' J-MIss Cora1 WilllatnVof SU Joseph; spent Sunday -with her folk, Mr. und Mrs. George Williams. d. V' i. -'-Mr. and Mrs. John Mariner and h!Mrcn p nt Sunday with her par. ents. Sir. and Sirs. T. 0. Kicck. Sits. r A. Scott, Mr. nnd Mis. C. II. Rnyhill, Ualph .Moore and fam- ly, w. J. liaynill and family. S r. am Sirs. P. V. Scott and Miss Nnundus Quick took dinner and spent the day, ououiiy. in uie j. r. scott home, Sir. and .Mis. fins. . !! aeiurned lo their home In St. I.oilis, SUmmy. arier HIMklnir n thine u (...I: ' visit hen- with his folks, Sir. und Sirs. r K Ilrodlierk nnd fnndlv. nml nbn nun nei p.iienis. .Mr. und .Mrs. lil De vorss, In St. Jocph. Sir. tllld Ml. Ilinrll tlmrlnr mnti.l Inst week from their farm Into the I., r. beniiiei nioneitv in tltt rlti-. which they liae purchased. Mr. and Mis. lleorge Watson spent fiuiiuuy hii ineir daughter, Sir. nml Mrs. Ra Dicker. Sir. nnd .li I'.iililn ciifi children ti turned lionie Sunday lifter fi.'iiiiiiik iew nays wiin tneir daugh. ter, Mr. and .Mrs. Worth Anno and children, in the JJuir Oak district. AllK'll I lull mai n InislmiHrf liln to St. Joseih, Monday. Mr. nml .Mrs. W. F. FlUmuuiIco returned In ihelr home last Thursday night from Lincoln, Nob., where they had been niaklni' ti wrl'i vl.li lth her mother. .Mrs. Klla Isiwe. Dolls llinck leturniil tn hm l.nm.. at Holyoke. Colo., after making n two Weeks' Visit heir wllh hrr iTnn.lnni-. ents, Sir. and Mrs. K. llrock, of this city, und Rev and Mr J. X. Cole, of .Mound I lt Mr. Ullil Mi's. K. 1'. Turnev nnd children and U na Tucker spent Friday und Satuiday in St. Joseph. Ilenrj l oniim. in II irein.v. wn n business i.itnr in isir city, .Monday afternoon. Cmne ngaln. Henry. KtuiiKi'lislir Slrcting". I'he mi'itinir at the Christian chmrli started Sund.iy. Two great audiences wen; present and gii'at Interest was manirestiil. li. ll. Ilaener, of llnin wick. SIo.. tin- di, ti ,t evangelist of the Sevenili dl.trlit. Is doing the punching, and Miss Klein, of l.Yltt iny, .Mn Is mii-'c ildiHtnr und soloist. A I'oidlal ilivitatiou to nil. Tnni" and vv will .1., )u Km:x Srivicrs will o.nllui'e nun tiiiitel), beginning nt 7:0 p. in., slunp. Come. X. X. I'orol I it) School Nntes. The I'm. t '! b.iskit ball bnyi. Wen di'fi ali il li) I'm I, .cue l.ue Wi'ilnesdav . I.e. L'J; scoie L'.'i In In. 'I he gniiie fnsl and clean from stmt to fin. -n. Out boys luemul un idile to lliinw goals. Till game was not ii coin', i. inv gniiie, and n far nut boys haw li n utni ious its confer enie gaim . . We Impe the) will emi tlnue to l- in the fulllle. Mnlllaud baskit ball bo)s and gills will play l oiri (My gills and Ihij, ul Forest t'd. January 7th. Holh will bo eonri iiniv games. Tliursil;!!. Dec. some of the IiIl'Ii schiHil stt'ili'iils gae u small pingimn, utter which the Christmas gifts weie ilisti United, each pcrnm iireivimr some "inull ii'mi'iiihmnre. Whi n .clud was ilismlsMil, the stiilents lecrived the news they weie to haw one week s va cation. They hnve returned finmtliat vacation leMilvml to make their woik in this last half much better than their wotk in the first. Thiirsil.iy befme Christmas vacation. Sect un I of the (.icsccttl l.iteruiv so ciety, ill the seventh und eighth gliidi'. I'litiituinei Section II lu gling u small iiinginm. It was rnjoyiil by nil, und Section 11 ure Imping that Mellon I will I'tilertaln tnem again nt some future date. The other grades of the l orist uty schiKil gave small Cliiistmas piugrnms, It wn u very Sleiry l liilstmaH ror mi. F. t . ii. s. r;. ."i. .Mi Sluuilv Lane and daughter. SIHs Mjrtle, of Oiegmr, Leonard Hep- ier jiihi wifo, Wm. Ilopper and r.ini- i t inn Joo iio i ier ions uinner uuti visited at tho Hlchatd Slpes Imme, Suilila). . tl'.ll...l llnl.H ...If.. Unn - I, I I 111, II 1IUIIII Ullll .!. 0V..VWMI. Inv nml Slonduv In St. Joseph. Miss Dorothy llendrix. of this city, and Fred Steward, of Oregon, were iiitel v murried by Justice Jacob King at Oiegon, Friday, December 31. Wc extend our congratulations. AVulter Slever made u business trin lo St. Josenh. Monday. Kav Roawcll shinned u cur of hogs from our city to the St. Joseph market, luesuay. Forest City Methodist Church Notes. vtiimliiv krhonl. IHiOH n. m. Piciiching services, 11:00 a. m.; sub- I low Man Sluy I hIK with uod." PASTOR. Miss Esther McKissIck returnfd to Omalia, Tuesday afternoon, after mak ing n week's visit hero with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKissIck. I'M McFurland and son, Harry, went tn Arkoe. Mo., last Wednesday morning, wl ere they made a few days' yisit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Russell Carr, who has been quite sick with typhoid.- She Is reported some better at this writing, wo ure glad to hear. Sirs. Elizabeth Denecn left Mori day for her home at Quitman, SIo., after making un extended visit here at the Judge Philip Schlotzhuuerhome. A. M. Brown made u business trip to St Joseph, Tuesday morning. Albert Flko returned to his home pt Napier, Monday, after u three weeks' vjsit with his undo und aunt, Judge Philip SchlGtzlmuer nnd wlft. Wm. linkor and l.eo cotton went to St. Joi.cph, Tuosduy moinlng, where they visited Mr. IlnkeiJs sister-in-law, Sirs. Mulmllu 11 rook, of Forbes, who is In the Enswort' hhospitnl, where she 'recently rndorwunt tip operation. d'eorgo Foley, of .Minnesota, came In last week and vlnited n few days hern with his aunt, Sirs. .Mary Foley, and other relatives In Oregon. ' i-iTucsday noon, ' while "Hutch" Oaemllch nnd Ernest Geoffroy were at dinner, somo, person or persons, en tfrfd the' butcher shon and took $10 from the money1 druwe'i'. They unlock- ...i 1 1. r.A-i .... .1 ...l 1 1. .... v.i ui uwi iiiii wiitii uiv vainir out lockM'the'rtoo'raguln. There were, "May we so live, we dread not here to die. So die, we ' dread not afterward to Phillip James. Bailey live." f ? ? T ? ? y f y ? ? t ? ? ? ? ? f ? ? ? ? y T OvOvOvwvtXK'wvvvvvvvvvvv A bank's character is as important as that of the individual. We believe in character. 4 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits. Home Bank of Forest City ? T y t T ? f y t y y y y t y ?' y Y t V y t y r f ? y THE UNIVERSAL CAR Fiiril Delivery Cars arc iisul in tk-cts liy many of the largest Iiiimih-ss finm of the emmtry. This is lcc.ni;e the I'ord Delivery Car has sol veil the I'rolilcin nf safe anil iiinck delivery with the smallest pnssiMe ipente. I'.tsy to unJcrstaml, easy to drive, and tliiralile. A faithful K-rvnnt b'iviiik years of faithful service. Vc can give you tiny stylo of body you w.iut. One thing i sure vvcry retail merchant will make money by having a Kord Delivery Car. Come in. Let s talk it over. W'c assure you genuine Futd service with genuine Ford juris. iiif. ki:i:vi;s-imA;; AUTO CO.. 'jtcKoii, :: Missoint T i -i1 - f- - u it 31 Kill That Cold With FOR Colds, Coughi CASCARA M QUININE AND La Grippe Neglected Colda arc Danccroua Tk no chinos. Ke.pihij elsndsrd icmcdy l.andy for tlw ftmi imim' Bitstii up cold In 24 houta Heliev.n Qripp in 3 ilsys F.xctlltnt fo? 1 Itaittiha Quinln In this form doi nut affect ths ho.J Cfr Ii twet Tuni.a I.sistlvs No Opitts in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT the robbery per, Fred Hummer, George Anno, ,.,r,oU' ,,P? J'mslieil aliueklng his )Aight Dobbins, Jesse Anno, Charley 120-ucro field of coin. Mom lav. lie f"wu ll,,i.,i,, i.., ...,,i c... v.fi hud 5000 hushe s ; Ramsey. The class will meet ngaln M ss Coin Mil arland was visiting ,il,0 first Monday In February at tho several ihlys, tills week, with her sis- ,ine 0f .Misses Jean and Julia McKee. ter, Oral Noland und family. ,, iV. C. rroud, SI. D., Eye, Ear, Tliroat und Noo Specialist. Olffce, rilVslrlnn Klirminft ItnUiltnc 1ti ti We ileslro to thank tho friend nml nel-hbors, who so kindly nssisted us during tho sickness 'und death of our beloved sister and motlier, Sirs. Ellen and Ein.icl.tittf., St. Josenh, Mo. I.' Ixmmii en. IlIinTII!.'!! AMII .mii, u, Kitzmuuiice. , CIIILUIIKN. Tho C. Ii: class of the ChilMlun Sunday school met .Monday evcnlnir. January :), at the homo of Sllss Violet lirocK. During tht business meeting, the following committees were chosen: Looi-out committee, Miss Jean Mc Kee, Sliss Nellie Wilkes. Robert .Anno and Chas. Cassj flower committee, Silts Ituth Wutklns' nnd Joe Honntr. Tho class chose for their song, ''The Awnncning uterus' Tho evening was snent In ploying gunies and music.' At a late hour delicious refreshments were served. Those present were: iliss.ltuth Wat kins anil Joo Hopper. vioiet urocK, Irene Acton, rroney jicycr, Agnes ,imuer. wenia .winces, jcon anil yutta McKee, Mrs. g, u. quite a few' people on' thoi street, but Franee. MUs Eeila Belle EUmilMossr, .w w. . vv" iuii ouuiuaiC iwuurt Anne, nop- DANIEL JfACHSIAN, I'rest. W. P. 8CHUI.TE. Cashier. JESSIE J. JONES. As't Cash. THE CITIZEN'S BANK OREGON, MO. Capital Stock and Surplus 130,000.00 ;o: Transacts a generul banking busi ness. Interest paid on deposits left for a specified time. Draft Issued on principal cities, i 1 1 . , . ., i . . . uuucciiuns inuuu unu promptly re mitted. Directors: D. Zuchman. President) Samuel JJ)Tulon,. . Vice - rretldent: 1 A. .Kreckii Secretary; Geo., Lehmtr-' and S. R.O'EoIIob. V . - - " Mi. onOTH 'PHONES OREGON i i i MISSOURI 1 i hie '. ' A Hi