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TUP: HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. Friday. March 4. 1921.
Forest City aivd Vicinity HAITKNINCS Oh' INTKIIKST, AS RKCOKDKt) BY'DCLi'liKUS Wnllcr Mi-jer wax in St. Joseph, Monday, on business. Itnlioit Church iiwiilv ii bulnos trip to St. Joseph, Momlny. Mm. Clytlo Murkhitm, of Kansas City ,cume up Snturd.y uml spent u few days litre villi hrr xlter, Mr. nnd J'. V. Scott. Mr. Mnikhnm went to Maltlnnd, Satuiilay evening, uml both returned homo Tuesday. dcorgc Collier, of llctltuny, Neb., came. In Saturday to nllrml the funeral of his cousin. Mm. .loo Tyxon, which wiih held nt Mound City, Sumlny. Hp iilxo spent n few il:iyn hnc with hlx wife' parcntx, N. II. Cook unil fninlly. Incnc ItnnkK wux having dental ivnik done In Oregon, Saturday. Mr. und .Mm. Chax. Kchaeffcr tire . the proud parent of n new baby girl, boln Friday, Feb. IH. Dr. K. I.. Caul ixr wan in attendance. Mm. P.. C. Well, of Itiishvlllc, nnd granddaughter. Mist .Mabel Well, of St. Joseph, came up Friday and mndc a vlll at the Or. C. I., Cardie r homo, -Kenneth, ton of Mr. ami Mis. l-'icd Duehbcllng, while Coaxling down the hill on bin wugon, one day laxt week, fell on a lock, hrcaking hlx rlirht arm. above the elhow. lie wax taken to Dr. McPnll.nt Oicgnn, and the aim wax set, and we are glad to know thai he Ix now getting alone nicely , Harrison Walker spent Saturday In St. Joseph. Illx daughter, . .ik. Sill Vandeveer, of Salem, Neb., icttirned home with him In the evening for a lew dayx visit. K. I". Abbott, of Kansas City, wax railed to the hedide of hlx imithrr, who lives In Iowa. Ilix wile, who hax lxen hcie the pat two weeks with her mother, Mrx. i'lilllp Sinclair, who has heen'iUite xirk, also left for that place Monday morning. A .11. Cass made a business trip to Coining, Monday morning. - Mr. and .Mrx. I.ee Cotton spent Monday in St. Joseph, while ilr.;. Cotton ix taking treatment. Mr. ami Mr-. Finnlt (Suhh n and ehildteii moved to their faun, near FOR SALE Mr. I-M Helen-, of 1'ieston. NVb..1 Savannah. Inl Week. Their daughter. came Thurnlii) and maile u few dayx'j.Mlxx JaciUctta, Ix staying at the Cad vlxlt with her brother, I.. A. Itankx 1 llaker home until chool i out. nnd family, icluiiiing home Sunday.' Mix. W. K. liichnrdxnti ami Itcv. - The meeting of the l I.. I'., club II. I. Stratton attended a I maid meet laxt Thursday was held at the home inn of the Not timet Mlsnurl llap. of Mrx. A. .1. Lyons. I'art of the after. lift Sunday School Association in noon wax xpent in i.-ndlng ami study, "I'liiklo, .Monday, lifter wh'ch refreshmentx were nerved, j Wm. Cm roll and family, of Oio Thoo prexent weie: Mt-xikinirx Italph gnn, ami Chax. Ile.nbetgcr ,of Wnlxon, Meyer, Joe Mitrtiell, C. C. France, A. xpent Sunday at Hie (Sen. Cumniiiigx J. Cotten, 0. K. Kmery, W. II. Alklle, home. K. 1'. Tulney and the IioMimx. TIioi (hnige 111x0 and family, of the next mcit'ng will be with Mix. C. C. ' Idlewllde ilixtilrt, have movel Into the Trance. !eorgo llurrler pioperty on Chestnut Mrx. I. Ida (iilberl timl brothel,' street in tlilx city. Julin Kuitz, .if lli.ffalo, Wn., and Win. t Sam liandnll and family and John Kuitz, of the Wood di-UKl, took din- imld and wife -pent Sunday at tlx' nor lat Thtirxd.iy with their roudnx, Hay Killed hm.-. Mr. and Mi-. Hugh llurrler. Mix. Gil. ! I.loyd William-, of St. .1 ph. !- hcrl and Mr. John KuiU u on their -tinned lm hp nt TIhii.I i... nfler way home, ispen.lnu a few d.iyx lute with hix Mr. and Mix. II. ('. Te.no, of St. folkx. tie-. Williams and Tn-uily. Joeph, uml I.. I Teair, t Ciuig, vie- , Mrx. Hll.n Cui'dell and .on, lia'p.i, Ited Sunday here with their mottier, left k'atuila eveninir fi-i -heir hoi i Mrx Mntllila Tearo. .at (iali na. .anxa. aflee .in extend. -I Mr. nnd Mr, .la.nh KuiU and , vlxit l.eie Willi lo r father. Win. linker family, of the Wood., reboot dli.tiict, iaa-1 o'ln-i- i halve-, xpent Sumhi) with Mr. and Mix. IIukIi ' Mli" l"nini-e Canin. of Mmind JJurrlrr. ICit! Wilbur llui tz and family, Mr, Mr. an-l Mi l!ny Amler nn and a-ni Mr. .1. C, M-yei- and family, ihurjhtor xpent Si inlay Willi her par-, llan j Clie-iney. Joint J. I.ukenx nn-l eiilx. Mr. iiinl Mi-. John WiiKKoner. jl'IW. came up Satuiilay and xpent n Mix. .Ii.hn Speri and Mix. ViikII Medwa Hoover and family took din Slpex, of OiirTon. pent Thul 'day Willi 'n-r nml xpent th- day. Sumla, at the 2 t ? ? ? ? ? y ? ? ? X X x x r z X X I X X X X Mrx. J. T. Scott. 1 1 i Ifilil eyer home. THE RIGHT KIND OF BANKING 'nt thr kin-l that lookx carefully after the intciexln of (be ilepix. jtor, eneoinnire. ami help the piouieolve builne,x of the com mnnll), aluuyx cm icIm- xufficient eonn-ivatlun to ItM Sl'ltll OK SAITI Y I'lKST Tl-e dollar earned ix only one thinl of the -tiuetuie of the oiinu nian'N iucce.. The dollar xaved l the othei two-thiid. It l two-thlnlx, because it U hauler to xue than to cam. 1'ity tlo- fellow ho doeMl't. You he the fellow who doe,. The lelluhle, eouiteoiix bank of till eoinmunit) Invite your depo-ltx. Have you nutleeil our Suiplu and Saviuicx Account? Till t-howx a bank ix ott Inn itroncer. wi: i'v I'oru mil ckxt on ti.mi: dki'osits. The Old Reliable Bank of Forest City Capital, Surplux and I'rofltx, $10,000.00. FOKUST CITY tilt MISSOI1KI Hnvine derided to rll nil nor prope-ty (n M'?o'JM and IJanxax and move to the N'oilhwet, we ate offering for xnle cur tOd IKl ncre fi rm. one nnd one-half mllc.x norlhwext of Korcxt City, nml our town propeity, cenxlxtlne of H-reoni lmuxe, with three ticiex of Kround, one block north f.f xchool house. It i not necexaiy to dwell on the mcrltx of thlx fnrm. I2it year It paid 20 per cent on price akeil, nml will In riene In value evety year, ng it Ix made land. Money could not buy thlx If we expected to live n-nr it. Wo realize that money Ix tight, but we are in n pu'ltlon to ifive mod liberal lrmi. Wlli acrrpt Liberty llondx or other ffrxt-rtnxx xecurltlcx. Any one interei-ted, ndiltexx O. W. Ml'I.I.CN, 120 North Denver. Khhirndii, Knnxnx. Y Y t Y Y Y ? Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y I'llkinxton-McFarland. A vciy pretty wchllnit occurred .t the home of Mr. and Mrx. Frank Mc Fnrhind, In the Mmey dlxtiirt, alrout four mllex north of l-'niext City. Wed- nexday evening, renruary 10, when they gave their cnarminp; iluuiMlcr, Corii, in mnri'iaRc to Samuel l'llklng ton. Thcjirldo wore a beautiful drexx of white rllk mexsalinc uml curiied white rosex. The bridegroom wore the conventional black. The pallor wax decorated with p'nk and white. At 1 ',.'10 o'clock, the ceie inony wax lead by Khlcr Aibert Mar tin that united thlx xptandid couple. Following wax u three-courxe dinner, the color scheme being carried out In the rake nnd Ice cream of third courre. Shall wc undertake to dcxcrlbu that dinner. Impoxxlbte, ir to the McFnrlnnd home and have the expel i cure. About one hundred frieiidx nr.d nclghhuix of thlx popular young cuuplo paitook of their ho-ipitnllty und enj-iv-id every' moment of the occasion. .Mr. and Mrx. I'itklngton received ninny beautiful and uxeful piexentx. Cora Ix the youngcxt dai'ghtcr of Mr. and Mrx. Mcl'niland, nnd .Samuel i. the xon of Mr. nnd Mrx. Ixaac I'llk- Ington, or the llurr Oak illxtrirt. ,S"n b Iter palr.cvcr tnrtel on life'x Jour ney together, anil- that it will ho n long, happy Journey Ix the wixb of one ami all. A. M. I'oreM I'll) MethodM Church. Sunday xchool, 1(1 a. in. I'leachlm: rcrvirex. It u. in. Sub ject, "A Virion of Duty." I'learhini; n-tvice, T::i(l p. m.. tieu Sunday. Duvotional and Itible Mudy iv y Wetlnenlav evcnliti' at 7:80 p. In. KveiylHidy enrdl.illy Invited to il tend all tin' '- -iivlio of the cIium-i-X. X. X. -The Sthiul.iid llraicrx' clax'x met with Mr. nml Mix. It. W. Fnwk lat ' Thuivday evening. The claxx gave a ' r unt. Inleroxung piogruni. nfler wh eh , icfrexhmentx weio erved to !1H of t n nienibeiT. At a late hour they went to their home, ilrcluiing it their bext , Meeting. Iln'tlnx nieelx tlie xecoml . Taenia' in March with Mrx. Anna' j;rner. Sunday, Feb. 20, being Mrx. Woith ' Anno'x birthday, a number of her tela- t'e ani, filendx j;ave her a xurprlxc dinner ut her home In the llurr Oak d;xtrict. Woith and hi., family camel to Summv i-ihool hoie a- iixiial. and in going home, they w-i n! to the home "JK f "Vl'"" of her pnmitx. Mr .and Mix. Cm bin lck, ''.'"""'r. -M t lift, and got Mum, taking them out """ for dinner, and on arriving home lhey -Mrx. ?U I'. Allen, of Oregon, watt found uulle a clown of relative nnd vlxltlng Frldnj with her mother, Mr. filemN alieaily prevent ami the table .s. 1. Ilulatt uml family MAY BE OUR BANK IS THE BEST BANK FOR- YOU. May be you present banking connection is not just what you think it should be. May be their handling of your business indicates an indifference to your best interests. May be that evidence of friendly feeling, which should exist between banker and custo mer, is lacking. THE HOME BANK believes in cultivating the friendship of each depositor and handling the business with courtesy, promptness and dispatch. Mav be THE HOME BANK is the BEST bank for YOU. We pay 4 per cent on Time Deposits. Home Bank of Forest City ing tever.il dnx, laxt week, with her r. ,lary Lal-nince, Special for Week of February 'Sth to March -Mb. S xetx Jnpanex- kind painted Cupx on-1 Sauretx, legular SfXr.ll value, l.i;:i ret. I.'i mIk Jna.itio o hand painted o: C nml,. leeuiir s:un) niii... i .:: k. t. I A. J. CotU 11 innile a bu Incrx i rip to St. Joseph, Friday. -Mrx. Jeff Kcirfer. wen: to (!ru h.a'i. Saturday, while riic xp?nl a few div with her daughter, Mrx, It, It. Ilu..r and family. Mie. I.uthei- Hamilton and Till: J. II.CAUTKIt. STOliK COMPANY, Mound City, Mo. .William, went to Fail fax, Satuiilay, w-liere they xpent a few dax with her 'uu.n Mm ... 1.... V..f I ...I... trir.-, a.,., .(tin .hi,-. .nv .iMilOi. IM tliave a xon two yeatx old, uhn ii noi eMiected to live. Mr. Cad llaker wax having ilental UlMillUJlUJU, y m SPECIAL SALE HERE on Saturday of this week. ALL SATIN HATS, price $4.98 None Reserved COME EARLY MRS. E. A. NETIIERLAND 4 . SATURDAY SPECIALS V Small can Enzo Milk, regular 2 for 15c. 5c ;. Small can Slmfer's Milk, rcjjular 2 for 15c 5c Smnll r;in Vnltir Millc. rrtiilnr '. (nr lRc 5c 2 1-2 lbs. can Pumpkin, regular 15c John Anno and family. So! "oik done In . Mound City. Satuiilay. , o.l family. Coibin Cllll and l.1'; I1"'1 M'T- 1 ;.- " Imvo l oler t l it) Srhihd .o,'X. William I'oikell, experteueed eh: a tauiina and lyceum leeturer, will be r.t the elty hall or tin- .Sliver Slur theatre, Tueil.,y, March I. Thlx will he tK laxt mi in her of the lyceum courre. Mr. Toikell hax been for 1U yearn In active platfoim wink. He wax founder an-l fir xeien yeair iditiir of the ".Search light" mngaxinc. He ha a xtyle that . eliHiuent. inspiring nnd foiceful, and In. thoughtx gllxtcn with the truth . f the hour. IIimp of yen who have M-lei-deil the piceedlug nuinheta of ti- J ic. u in i mi !.( know what gooit pi- ginmx they have len. I hi not let tin uppoitu.iity of hearing a good leetu-e pas ny. lor tl will lie worth vtnir while. Mi Strobel, tlie couiily nure, v' Hed the m-IiooI lart week and examined tin ludetit nml made tin report : It ha U-en f uml that nlxty pel o'ril or l'ie xttnlrnt in the xchool have re-nov-able phyxlenl ih-fert. Wlnt heailpg Jin Ihi ot'OII the eilucation of a child? It ha Lien found that rhihlieu with xerloilxl) ileffrlive teeth have fall-n tlx monthx behind in their eight ycarx of graded wink. One-half the chlhlien have bad teeth. Chlldien witli dlxrn ed adenoid leipilie one year of estia M'honling to coiuiilcfe the grade. One eighth of the children have ilixe.ixeil mleiioldx. A child with enlaiged gland ieiuliex the Mime length t.f time-neai ly half the children have arge glaiidi. Tonlllti nlxo leave itx bad rffectx. Tliee eaily defect- aie i-oon followed by more eioux roml' tioiix of tlieuinatixm. heait tioiihle and kidney affectlonx. One run leadily xeo the iiiipuitiiore of giving t-m ly attention to nerectlve eondltion. The,o difectx are not remedied in the homo, for a huge majority of chlldien enter "Chool with condition ilemandiuir im lllHllate ntlentlnn. If the U. S. pe eminent recoKnrex the need i.r pie ventlve methodx, xhould we not lay more eeiphaxlx on that one Mibjert for the betterment of out- chool chlldien? "Ilenlth i ii matter of utmost Impoit ance, ax It hugely determine the ineaxuie of oiie-x iianpinexx and ff '. clency. The kncmleilgp that pei mil health deoend to a gieat extent upon the health rotidit niii. in the communl ty, hrlngH home to eacli Individual a M-rlnti poivonn! Inteirxt anil iefi,oi: xiblllty. Friday night. F. C. II. S. bojs' bax ket hall team had a game xrhululul with the lllgelow "Yellow Jacket.." The "Yellow Jacket" went on the war. path nml came after our i-e.ilps, which i,y i;i, ,i',,.,. t tlnuo In mako good and proxjier, Ix our inuv xureieorii in iai;ing. Hie mo;o ii . ci:- r. of i.-nc,.u flu. iii, foted with gixd thing to eat, he le-ii-g well .urpil-eil. Thoe pie-cut w ere: J ..... r ii.. t..i .1 r it., -i-i... moved into tin Tom Ivtik nrooeitv on ' lllllllty. ItllOlll l.lil'-! llll'l liliitli. , ,-iir. ... i , Sione. wife and xon. Veinon. Mr. tmd -Malii treet. Mi. Win. Ilucklex, Mr. and Mrx. Ion 1 Uscl"; 1 !l,!l'.K,'f '!r Knnxii ( ity, n-.l lon.... MNxes Delhi I.un-foid and "I,1 ' Wednesday mid I mal:- I I'le .".-1 1 " v"11 "rT v,il" ' pai'ili'. wr. Ill '-Mr. nr.d M.. John Andermii uml ' r, "''"''k. , il iugnii r, .i.i-i. .iiaa,anii .mix. .iuiy ....., ... .i.iij ...,i, ..! Uliues. Ooiaha, -pent Sunday with transacted biixlnrxx in our elty, llnirs Mr. Saiah Cotter at the Judge I). '' and I rl.lnv. St:.d i" I l'o:n 1 I-- Alklle made a biisines fip - :.n. Ii.ck.oo. oi' Staik (.11), Mo, - I-fli, Tuesday of luit wick. eame up Saturday and made a shoiti Iuexday or lat week, a rainily li..it hen- Willi relatives. giilheilng nml dinner wax Ik Id at the Mis. Agrn-x llrowii, ol lienning-. -Mrx. A. ti. Weber home, fhoxe pivx- ton. Kanxa. ix making a two weeks' mt npil nKIng the da- weie: Mr. vlxlt hen with relntlvex and filendx. Mr. V II. Millets of Iron, Minn.; M. M. .loffe, of St. Joseph, xpent l'uc'""i ,,f Mound City; the week at the "Wayxlde Inn." I Mrx. II. h. reare, of Oiegon: .Mr. and John lllinilnghain. Jr.. ix on llieMr' llolieit I'himnier, Mix. IM Kvnn. nick list thlx week. We hope for hlx H'"eca-l Wo(..t ami AI Wood, eauy lecovery All Card of Thiitik. We dexlle to e.oiexx our heatiTelt liunnxx ut me irienux anil m-lglilioi CottomVoml Lumber for xale. ilimciwiou at $!!() per thousand, .tin i pmrivi!iri - Mr. nnd Mix. Fall Crane und r,"r, ' 'kindnexsex xliown ux gramldaugbter, Domtli.i Clnponl, of .during the slrknex.- anil death of our St. Joseph, cum- up Sunday looming, '"ml' M'? l"l" Kcaverx. . , iir. i.un rt ii r .i.iii.i . A A ell known fanner of thlx community, wishing to reduce hi farming opera tions, will sell to a tellable party n pmtlon of hlx farm, lie will cll forty aciex of land, with good Improve mentx, cue mile to town, tele phone and II. F. I). W ill lene In addition CM) acre., making lf.fl uciex in all. Will xell or lease about twenty Shoit Horn Cow ami Heifers, good onexj and ten llrood Sown, now fit row lug. There I. fred enough on tlie place to get through to gia time ami enough luml xowed to gins to run stork through summer. Theie ( enoegh goo-l alfalfa ami coin land to make it ti paying proportion, Thlx Ix a leal piopoxitlon for the light man. l'oexxion ran he had at once. It will tnko very little cah to handle the nrnposltlon, This Ix now handled by the owner, and the. Intcrexted pnity may call at thlx office and we, will direct you to the owner at once. and spent the day hete with Mr. nml Mr. It. V. Fawkx. Mrx. T. Heed went to Napier, Sat tilday evening, where she inade'n vi. it with her ton, S. II. Ueed and family. Mi Josephine lliimlnghaiii xpent Satuiilay In St. Joeph, Mr. und Mix. Jack Ward and baby, of Shenandoah, Iowa, eame Satuiilay, and made a few dayx' visit, heie, with her folkx, Mr. and Mr. C. Do-i'....i. ' I, r .. I ,......,.....,.... ; ltev. Iletuy Neighbour and wlfo ( ' r1':.'1" i item nu.I Mr. and Mr. O. K. Kmery xpent "r "hlt'' !" cnlwi.. which topped Sunday at the "Wayside Inn." rVI. 'Vr mt c,i""' "" 11 ily .i i C- i mmi ... ...i .. of thlx week. T lev averai?ed 020 lh-.. .il. linn .-ilr . I,, .tiniii, ..Jin , , , g, - ,. , : have been vlxiling here, the past two ,n'1 ' nl s-r' V'1," 'i I1,1" rir"1 home, at lion. Ml.iii.. last W.ilnesihiy. ,,um1' I-'"-,"" lm foil ef 1.1 own. weeks, with lolutlvcs, icltii ne.l to their i""1, fu',' 'm." "f 'If ''KC lie ccitain ly .Mr. nml Mr. Chax. Tuylor. I'mil ,', V;,',", K." . . ""k" "e Tai lor and Mi Inn Ciouso i nent Fri. " UCIlV Ulnr may lie (oil -('ha'. Crmve, of Kansax Citv, came 'L.........I I . L- I ..l.l. row sai.i:. A four-riKim house, located about I )-' mile Miuthwest of Finest City, Ix-longing to the estate of John M. Sch.icffer, demised. For price, itr., xoe, s. sciiai:ffi:ii, , Admlnixtiutnr, . o Following III D.iiIiU'h SU'n. Kmerson, xon of .Mr. and Mi, .lax. OREGON LIVERY nig .11 to 1 1 in their favor. II. I i i.-.om ' .... xhowed winning abll ty, but the..- w.w;,, unt.,, mlllt( .-. K. Sentni-y and ...T,"- n , 'tuined Sat- x..n,e ; ii.divl.luul .laying-,.! the p.-nt of wr, toturnlng home. Sunday evening. u"la r'"m ""t"'. Neb., whe.e i-he the el!.,w Jacketx." Mr Hm, j,Mt 0ca. jf0 m ha been xpending the winter with her l-i (-. II. h. I planning Oil lilie s Kenneth wein St Insenh visitor Silt. Mn' ' Crouell, and 110 l.ractlee In order to enter the t.nek ?r.""r,h wo, hl" J0" M-Unr. !at-.W,, 1lcl. .laualitPi:. Mw. I. N Kutikol. nie -Is of tiie coming xetixon. I t.'.....i. n..i.-...i...i i.. i, ....-'of Harvaid, Neb, ,,ni 1' V 'V'T1 ' '" lck Hst the past two weeks, but i,Ti . r iimi u,,f cs.nni1 'Bhle r. Junior rhi of tlm high ichool. and, luonin better, now, wo uro glad to freihi, ofllllllngs, Montana, are visit-ixahMult.everyperxoiiltvhlKhseh.-.. if,?.'"" ' "cr nm' 0 1110 K ' 1 i ing her aunts, Mrt. M. K. Crowell'and Mr. Chux. Ilhode icturne.l to ? P ,lc,enl,0,J,cr nlw. their hoinu nt Forteeue, lat Tliut- , f. o 7 . 7 1 o. day fron, St, Joseph, when fcho h ft S. Cnnbig mm ivHI . . . 10c 2 lbs. can Tomatoes 10c 2 1-2 lbs. can Tomatoes i. ... 15c 8 cans Corn for $1.00 AH New, Garden Seeds Now Here. package. Both bulk and CASH FOR EGGS. Gash lor Vjt A A A. Harvey Evans "Reliability All the Time' Cash lor Eggs ? f f ? t ? ? ? ? T ax ii.is i.' iiy iiieir teen ni imcdIIIIIV a poet. The above mentioned person f Juriiurtt.i Uohlen, and the following poem, dedicated to the Senior claxs, wiw written by her: Fojr yen ago your clnsmatoti And vou taited your long rmcer Along chnor dark, dull pathway, Hut oti were full of cheer. Find, there were twelve ns Firshaien, You hud the hardest time, With Franclxco anil Terry to guide you You finally mndo thcllmb. Only nine survived as Sophomores, Tho rest all went astray, Ilut with. Hutchison nnd Kvcrdx, You did not loto your way. Then camo eight of you as Juniors, Urelt, Conner and Sobbing, Miss With the generous heln of Seniors Mndc this year your year of bliss. Then six of you ns Seniors, Wo hone that you've done well, So you bfrl us and alj your teachers A' long and sad farewell, F. C. H..S.J-:. S. Mr. and Mrs O'Hare, of- Rosen dale, Mo., nnd Mrs. Fred Watsrn7of Oregon, were business visitors In our city, Thursday, ,T T ' , Si A been In the Novo hoxpital. I'reshytcrian church, -Ju.lgo l'hlllp SchloUhouer made a Z ?y' nK,rnlnK ?m .ening. ai business trin to St. Joscnh. Saturday. I mlic"J "ro ".'.'K.1 l." h.? "recent, nnd .. . ut. rcvcrypoiiy cordiauy invuc.l. Sunday, morning nnd evening. "iMcverj I n ill a terV. Mr .i.ml Mrs. Hcibcrt lluntz. in' "i".' ...".",.UKF"' nieuy pas spent a few day, returning home, I X.' ,,, r . "Jlc i " c".Ut.mi 01 xm, cinniinv city, but for several months engaged bUn".a.' . . . .. tin V. M P U-nrl 1,1.1. U.,lnn..l... Jlrs. llerbeit tnayer is in Hie:" V,' , t"v:",'V,; .v-...,u..i-.. Kllznbeth hmpltil at LaFayette, Ind. " Jt. ,us',hI"lfo n"! mpther-ln-ivhere'shc Ims (underwent nn operation iXw ln,t 'n iv1nsaS ?l i' ll?,s lfcn for cancer. Mr. Thayer Is with nor.' "',! , ''e ctha.rK. of " '"' Their many friends hero hope for her i Kfi,u" "L 1".''! lZ Ka!$l IV. V : ' iw mii-iv business alare, earlv recovery. Win. Crawford made a trin to St. Jokcnh. Thursday Miss Irene-Acton went to Muitland, Friday evening, where the made n few days' visit with Miss Mildred Mead ows, returning homo, Sunday evening. , ( Mrs. Oscar Trambergcr was taken to tho Sisters' Hospital at St. Joseph, Thursday, whore sho underwent an oncrntibn, Friday morning. Dr. J. A. Klopp 'arfd her" husband .accompanied her there. . Wo hope for; her .speedy recovery ' Ml. Hugh llurrler was a St, Jo seph visitor, last Wednesday, -.Mrs. J. F, Vandcver.was spendr .mX'rT, lift i' " '-rr-! ....... Mis Anna Kieircnbnuni. neenni. panlcd by her young friend, Melvin Armstcad, of St. Joseph, passed Sun day In Otcgon, tho Ruest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Cirrry. s Mrs. Mnrgavct Ductzcrhas return, od from Liberty township, whera sho vlsited'hcr boys, Wes, Frank; and Jess. jnKo Uffenbnclier, Krnest Uriitith ship, were here Monday on business matters. Mrs. S. P. Hershner Is visiting her children. Dr. 0. F. Hershner and family and Dr. .and Mrs, Chas, Simp son Mn xatca center,, Kansas, , Wc make all trains. Will go anyvl.cre, any lime, any kind of weather. Headquarters, Motel Wood land. Phone No. 75.' KING & HINDE,. Proprietors. The Missouri Itivcr went up some six feet last week, nnd I cutting badly on tho (ieo. Lease, I'hll Davis and Charley Moscr lands. Clyde Mooro and his bildo, who wcrn married hero Sunday, 13th Inst,, on Itnvin" hero ran into a series of 'showers that they will not soon forget. On arrival at I-oict City, they run Into n rico shower; then on getting off ths train nt Omnha, n similar shower greeted themj then tho clerk ut the Her Grand hotel' put the shower on thenv nnd they got the. same kind of n shower an arrival at' Haxtum, Colo. Driven by a northwesterly gale, a blizzard gripped New Yoik, Sunday last, Feb. 20,. and blankelcd city with twelve inches of snow. On Tuesday evening of this week, Mr. and Mr. Ed HorneckeV, of' tho Marlon school district, entertained -for Ula Wclgel nnd family, whtf are feav- Ing'soon for Hoiyoke Cola, where they. and Kvorett Munni of Liberty town-1 will make their future home. About ttiirty.flve neighbors nnd friends were present, nnd tho evening was spent In playing rook. Music, was furnlshcq by tho Now Point orchestra,.. At a te .hour a two-course luncheon wai serv- 'AS . ' .r. . -;?-" i. e ... 's. t"