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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, March 4, 1921.
r if,- tr. A A A A A A jftt A A A A A A AA AA AAAf Cash For Eggs. ; Just received another shipment of X 2 1-2 lb. can Peaches and Apricots, $ which I am going to sell as long as X they last for 25c per can. Cash for Chickens. Fresh garden seeds are here, both bulk and package. ? T ? t X X J Cash (or Hides Harvey Evans "Reliability All the Time" Cash lor Eggs V T T T to Pullrn Makes Great Showing.- I DAY OLD CHICKS fOR SALE. The Dick Munkres Post, American' Mace orders now for March and Legion, tit Savannah, staged an ath- April delivery. Hen hatched. Call or letle program Friday evening of tout wiltc. C. V. FOllD. u-li..i rnntttxtptl nf Wfnf1ltii ' and boxing. A large audience was present, nnd it I raid the affair wa OttKOON SCHOOL NOTES. The debating class will hold Itt rcg- nice y nunn .. . u ouvnnnnn ik.,- ,,..,.., ,, Thursdnv evening. ih.t iirnri. h:. I'mt. . - . " n: In thari:c, of Oicgon, furnished one of the prliv Tlic main fentute of the mograiil will be a debate on the question, "Itcsolvcd, WIRE! WIRE! WIRE! American Field Fence We have a car of American Fence, which was shipped from the factory, February 24, and we are expecting it in any time. We have in this car, plenty of 26, 32, 47, 48 and 58 inch field fence. Also have plenty of barbed wire. Leave your order with us. Miner & Frees Lumber Co. i. ..i I- I, ,r. ,,.. nt 1 1, ... DC a I vuaic on me quesimn, iiCTinvni, in V? it ! i'i!n!i 'hn umi I1 PiiuUI That the Unilt.l State Should Have nlng.Ldill,. ' h,?tl 'c'trrl 'arKcr Stnndlng Army Than One to go ten tounds with the vidcr.in . .." mm,,,' ,i ... reddle D.inlel.i. of St. Joseph. The i! '",,"," ' ",if i ' ,i " A.lnl ili the Savannah maor. ..Max I.Khtemun. The St. Jmenh papcm seemed to I no regular general nsscmuiy 01 uic huvc evidently tnken the wrong view grades and high school was liclil nn n to the outcome of this fight, as the ', Wodneday morning with the fcopho-News-Pn-s sliiliil that the bout w.is more furnishing the program, stopped in the third lotind to savei The Senior have their plan for Pullcn fiom further punishment, vhn 'commencement Well under way. It such was not the case. Daniels Is an Im been decided bv the class to follow old-time boxer with many years of ex- .the custom of last year's clus In tho perlence, and will prooauy weigh rioin 1C In 'JO pounds more than I'ullcn, and despite this, Eddie was undoubtedly on his wnv In n victory when the referee announced that the bout was stopped ready fur presentation within u short wearing of cans and towns. The Freshmen arc diligently wotk- Ing on u play entitled "The Klopcmcnt of F.llcn,' which they hone to havo time. The Sophomores are about to com nletc their task of cleaning up the school ground. They hnvo cut down nine ilcnd trees and worked Part of it into stovo wood. They hauled two loads of wood from the ground Mon day aftemuon, but still linve a little to dispone, nr. "by request," but he failed to stato exactly who made the rctiucst, and it left the Impression that It was done by Pullens friend". A correct report of the bout would be us follow: The first round was PulleiiV by big mlds. The second was fairly even, nl ttiiimdi I'ullcn was hurt more In thl one round than he was altogether in I A good audience was present for the the other two, but thnt was due to a I last number of the Lyceum Course, foul by Daniels, in a lircak-itway, in'- t.saturtluy evening, vhiiic every one fore they hnd broke cleanly, Daniels 'piesent seemed to enjoy the program, landed n hard blow to Pullen's right ;they lost several good number by ox en r, which brought the blood nnd II messing their appreciation only half noe was slightly bleeding, but he wa Jlte.irtcdly. Mr. I.eake proved himself onlioil. nml riinie bnelf for the thllil'mi uitlst in nianv Wnvs. Knell mem- with the determination of winning in: her of the company Is ipilte versatile that rouml. lie hint iianicis gioggy, ami tney nre rqi'any cnpanie u picas' nml it in kiiliI thnt Daniels could nut Inir an audience. have lasted over two more round" at The gills' basket ball team went to the very mot, If that long, but the'Ttiililo Inst l-'ilday night. The home bout was r.toppid liefore the thlid learn worked haul, but were unable to lound wok flnMied. The whole hou'e got into the game the first half. Tho was with I'ullon and ccitnlnly gave ,it inf Taiklo was held to an even At Your Service DRINKARD-SAGER-EHMERT COM. CO. Let OUR FIRM sell your live stock nt this market, whether It tic one head or a full cnrload. .... . . . Wc maintain a department for Belling Hogs. Cat lie anil Sheep In tens than carload lots, having salesmen who devote their entire time nnd talent to selling lite slock hauled or driven In. We'll meet you at the unloading chute. DRINKARD-SAGER-EMMERT C0M.C.0. j South St. Jofteph Mo. tnjytAATjJ'r-jTlJ""" YVLqiijIj Kill Thai Cold With CASCARA quinine tor Coldi, Coughi AND La Grippe Neglected Colds ere Dangerous Tslis no chsncM. Kp ihli itsndstt' r mc-.'7ir.Jy for thnrt n.t. Biruks up cold In 2t houts Rllv Grlpp In 1 days Excllnt for 1 Ua.tachc Qulnln In this form don not f.'cit th hrd-Ccr Is !t Tonic I.Ksstiv No OpUtr In Hill's. - ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT him a big hand. Mine, after shifting Chailcne from IM en' I'ullcn in tho son of .Mr. and rmwiml In irunnl. and Annie fiom .Mr.3. (Ir-ant I'ullcn, of this city, and 1 guard to forward. Much credit Is duo served In the navy, Udng ono of the ll'liatlene for her excellent guarding In fint onis to enlist after war was di Mil half. claied with (lennany, ami lie seivel I The Pats and Leans will play a his full enlistment, being only 17 or IS basket ball game Thuisday evening of years of ago, when he enteicd the mi- 'this week for the benefit of the !.-, vice. Wc arc always glad to know of mun I'lind. These teams played a our local lioys making good in nn-1 very liiteiestlng game lat year, which thing they take up, and If I'ullcn - wa won by the Tuts. Tho l.euns uic picts to follow the boxing game, which ,l.-tn inlncil to have icvenge. The linc lic picked up in thu navy, we wMi him Jup aie not available at this time, but the bed of rucco.. It will be omewhat diffeient to last lie has challenged Daniels to an- year's. It Is icpoited that some of the othel niateh, which we all hope to sec. J j.-,,!,, ,.,vt, .,.i die-rating and have The local pint Is also nrianging an taken on uiUoinlupols while others, athletic progiam to be given si.n.e 'Chester Springer, for one, has been; time durimr this month. "leaning" n counter entil he weighs About thirty or thiitv-fivo of our two otinces less thun n year ago. I hi li-al fans accompanied I'ullcn to Sa-; lould give them aiblitlonal spenl. ( vanmili. and umong those we nottn il ; Several of the Leans have tK cn in me II... r..ll..u'liit,. Ilmrv MUtiK. llr M r i.. ..n Iml lii no avail, thole- (!. Pierre. Utei' IVltlJohn, Win. I., fme, they will have to irh enlllily Mooie, Henry Alkliv, Peter II. I!aii r, ln,un soei-tl nnd team woik. Ilns James llinnlnger. I. It. Wince, T. M.IkIiouIiI U the futest game of the Hindi', Seliiiuin CiirMin, John King, ha ' rca-oii. A dcmonstintion of "iKuKet MiCullouch. Wlllaiil Kurtz, liobeil i,,i i tii.Vi" will utecide the game. Hutch. Harold Dome. Ceiald A. long, I . X. Frank I'etree, Ira lluclier, Mmty Dobn-, II. I!. Stevenson. W. II. Wor li.v. l.'n.il iTiirsnn. J. II. KeeveM. Olenn Ihiley. I!. T. Dubyns Viigil (iuyer and Sunday morning at the Oregon churth. ' . . I a . It. . .1. - K'.t ... ..t.t.t.ll isivri.u oincr "!. M. K. Church. Preaching and communion X. X. I II ll J itiwihiii. - ---- - l m Pivailiing at the .Nod.tway chui.lt, .1 Sunday night. ' J Kev. C. Ileimiinn. from Kannas I Ity, ' II. Goodspeed, Manager mm .iiterlcaii l.eulon. , i;.,n.iu. will nuaeli for us. Come and Tli.' tegular meeting of the llniili' lv, imn, You ate welcome. K IV Post. American Legion, will, PAS'lOll. lie helil in the Odd Fellows' had, Moil- o .l.iL' mi-lit. Mnrrli Till, and all member I ILi. Tlii-ir Ntw Hume. ure I'igrd to be piesent. I.U nil e-1 )n htchI It Iter received fiomllev. -.rrvic.- tn. n. idiglble to mi'mlieiship, . Walker, fotmer ptistoi of tho join I iie Legion, turn out mm ueip to ',, ,l,u,.n:iu elmirli in mis ruy, ihm fulfill tho iloties in esc i Mi.-. I bv the .,i... m n- fullort flnm (ii"en liy. national otirnniiallon, Tlu'ie aie mill ,i when- lie l now pastor of toe, a gn-.'it number of ex-seiviee men In Presbyterian thurcli in thnt city: I th. rn.mtv, eligible to n mbi'ishlp, "HiiU this finds youtclf and family, who do nut belong to any Post, und to ns well a- we lire. How is Mr. Doliyns . thei.c wo would say get ill line, Join Hope he is well, (live him my best fosi, ann ii you aio m icgniiia. uur v.oik is iuus iihi. I I TH I I I I I ill want one. h mm'- J III , ''f MWfer-1 . a ,. . i w UNIVERSAL CAR There nre more than 3,000,000 Ford cars in daily service throughout the world, and full eight)' percent of these nre Ford Touring Cars. There arc many reasons for this, not the least of which is ilic simplicity in the design of the car, so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to other motor cars. On the farm, in the city, for tiusincss and for family pleasure, it is the car of the people, and the demand is increasing ever day. Let us lave your order promptly if you THE KEEVES-UHAGG AUTO CO.. Oregon, Missouri kimtn I'jiht urn II Villi 11 vn Wtt'MWuWMW.AAA.W.A.4AA.wJ,l'l section of the county, we extend ilciTully here. Sunday morning, i'eli. I Jj VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV to you a cordial Invitation to become 1:1, we had a splendid nltend.ince at ; ' I..... ..C .iii P...I l-nl' litit-n n it... I I'u iliitmpr- Took h!x illtO 1 1 10 H . HIV ' -. 1 . . 1,117 -"l-,-.-.. I .. . Y lt)U per cent luemlieislilp loi tlic l.e- church, thiee uy icuer uim mm glon in Holt county. adults were baptized and came hi. JL We would cull attention to tho box At n'ghl. I lectured nn Abraham Lin- t simper nnd dance, which the Story- coin. The beautiful new chinch wus 2 Haiilln Post at Craig will give next crowded, both auditorium and gallery, Tuesday night, Mutch 8, ur.d they In- about 070 being present, l'tont i-euU t vite all to attend. wore reserved for tho hoys of tho 3 iia rA.,.ui aAii.. t. ..!.. i...... i A..t..n .....I Pluil woe vettr- night, Match 7, 7!:l p. m. lie present. nn, which attetuled In a body. n had Mule bu.iiitM unit iitaiteih of inipuit- mi orchestra of fifteen pieces, hlch mice leipiire a guisl tuin net. ' iiccompanieil the choir. The chuich COM . wu beautifully and tastefully decorat- 1 l ...1.1. 1 ...l k..nllni. 'I' ii afiv Cll Willi IIIIK1 nil' u.in."h .-w T t t f J ? Will Not Be Many Days Until Easter. LADIES DON'T FORGET THAT Easter Bonnet, a J. C. C. or Madame Grace Corset, and a Pair of Phoenix Hosiery. Yqu can buy these now nt Mrs. E. A. Netherlands Corsets Fitted Prices Right B B U tBiBtRU w K B P. ? ? T f ? ? ? T Tl... Ili.nrt sllwintd It., llii.lit I. ..... II. a ln.m.l Illllllrllt'O nt It TeiT The sponsor for the hlgli school ulur churth service they ever hud. Had -clii.n of Oregon, whoever ft may be, hi ut Sunday school last hunduy evidently has no urn for tlio homo morning. Thirty-two weto at prayer " paper; the paper that Is ever boosting meeting Wednesday night. The wuik j, iU hcIiooIk and eveiy wotthy enter-, progteiiKing wonderfully in ull le-B iii-U.i llm n'lm.r Hint unnnVu u.i tftmllv i..n.innnlu. Tlio neonle 1110 VCl'V kind la of the coming of that baby and take to us anil bring us In lot of nice j VhVWWmAWmW.A. ! kUth )rl.'1" ,n "'ntJ,",nK " fll;t t,int things to cat. Mis. Walker and "'! J AAHAAHAHVVVV lllll and Mary, who graduated from nlf aiv working tuetty hard, but ded , -Chnrlev Tnvlor nnd fnioile. at llnli lhihs.ll .inn ..r lia Knlout CAtv. lnfr Toocilnv tnr fli,.v. rl.n.il tl.U ..f IUU ..,il., ...... I tlic old high school, are making good has blessed us with good health and In I Iml r KtniL'i7lo Willi the lllw ond tlioiii.tli In bear Ull Under it SO fill'. .... ...... i -'.':"r ,(.., i... mm fotmer l"'ns nt llie. This Is a pnxpernus nine ciiy il'llllll. ,,.,. ..... r . . ... I.. .1 l.nH1.u ,in.t ii niihli I M. Ii-ii iiuiinn, .i.i I"-" .; This sponsor should not forget that people: has tin ...l.. I.. II..., I. .. .,!, .I.,.,t..'. '. J...I ., ...... -1 . . ... ii.... i .. .i . tui....i ..r ,ii. .... iiinn tnno wens, loio., wnere nn win en-, into ilny last week", fiom his homo In """ v " V " 1 v""e" K!", " """ gage In tho automolille business. The (.ibelty townslilp. "Just came down !,n " t-'00'1, tir.en. Their heart will ''Willi k'njlVf,?TVi u-i.-lf peonle of that section will find him , to seo tho old boys," ho ull, and wo '' lero their work has been put In , "UI'.V. S.1. WAI.hl.lt. anexpert Ford muchlnlst and every wete glad to sec him. l ''"'l' forward any good thing that ,";,.",7rn7mnnnlr,l vuy dependable. , ,. . .... Is going nnd surely your "little homo I H. A. Kvans and wife, nccompanleil Tho tcachois' examinations will Ki .. -n''-,Wo'1 llaf l,,u,c,m-Tl tl, ,,?",u llaPcr" "n" ot 11,0 g00i Mn" of by Mw. 1). H. Kunltel undSH. Little- onTii iv Frldavnnd S If ul residence site foiweily owne.1 by m'y community. The trouble, in to-) ton Darnell, of Mound City, motored o on tola, frld a and haturdu, .Matxlt Thomas Kneale, and whore Tommy cnscg 'f teaching is that wo St. Joseph, Friday last, returning m ',"0 died. It is on tho southeast corner Vi ivn Inn muni. In llm trtwiil Innm vvlnl lit.. nvnnlnfT. The depot safe at lllgelow was blown Weilnesday night of last week, Feb. 23, 1021, and tho loot amounted to f lb',10. On Nov. 27, 101.1, tho depot wus robbed and $20.17 was tho icwuld "for tho thieving. On account of slow business tho llurllngton locul freight on tho T. V. branch Is being run throe days u week Monday, Wednesday and Fijday, and will continue so until business de- 'mands a dully run. Corning 'Mirror, , -Hoy Kunkel, of Kansas City, was f ',,eml clt'!!C". b' .tho J,1 hero n day or two, last week, looking Donncll K hmlth, who will .. ' " i I llvnn rnllrni-nln whnl'M hit after business matters. " Guy Noland and wlfo nro espec ially happy now, a sweet gill baby 'tamo to titelr homo February 10, Dr. VWood says It is a fine specimen. Dr Kearney, or Mound City, was here for a day or two, last week, on professional business. of Washington and Kim street. The : ma(fnp thcy nro teachers, and too. The twins, tlio Misses I.illjan nnd uocior win iiKciy maso imueriai im- many who care only to get their tench. ' Florence Schulte. wjio aio uuenuing u liiuvi'iui'iiin hi mi- limn-. rr s wiii'nints ensued, we iinpo Willi liuslness college in oi. jimcihi, ouito' ter, of Topoka. Kansa Andicw Foster ayd little ilaugh- the coining of tho unit bill law, mnny cd In Oregon with their parents, lcvl nf Tnnnlfn. Kiinu;. WM-o horn n of thin rlnRfti nf lmni-lnnie trnrhnrn Rrlmltn nml wife. couple of days last week, vlsltln' with will bo relegated to fomo o'her call- Iloin, to Frederick Hurst nnd wife, (Jrnndpa Tom Partridge. His wife, Ingn. 'of Nodaway township, a fine ten-pound who was foimorly Maude Partridge, I Wo are glad to learn that Prof, boy, February 13, 1021, Dr. F, K. Ho- was unable to come with them. They Ford has had .no .hand In this mntter gan, of 3Iound City, In attendance, made a brief visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. he Is ton big for such little things. They have given him the name nf Buy 3. II. Heed, of Napier. I Common courtesy would demand Frederick. 1 . l . i n i , ill 1.-1 ...! t nM.l 1 1 1 1 ,.i I n r i u,A , A...H. 1. 1.. ...Ill n mut mo sponsor onu i;m.i uouiu imvu t niiiKi ni' ' ..wn"-.'1 Lincoln, townihip will lose n , . , 'v r.. ,. -i it.A mi.. Mit.irn.1. in hti urolc v n the ,iV ,I'.m10 I commencement cards, whether thcy Cadillac route for Cheyenne Wells, , WnO Will go 10 1 . ., .. ., ,, i. rtl 1 ...!,. !.., nun..nl m.,.1a Dixon. California where ho will en-' Tii",. .1 . i. .i.".i.t ! "'VrIL'"r' "fT:. . "uilu ii... i.. .ai... iriiTiK inc oniy mo viinen mis woih ineir iiiim: oumv, imi uv u.v.. gage in the dairy business. . . otdered nwnv from home nlace Mr. Klnir haB a ranch. The best The Craig Post of the American nuve been the years that tho Senior wishes of our citizens go with them Lesion will a-ivc a dance and box sun per on Tuesday evening next, March 8.i V T. A. Long, Veterinary, class has had this same sponsor, Cf for their future happiness, health and i o uivpiTOiiir. Frank Foster, who had a 'ssrere Mrs. C. I). 'Zook- was a business attack of flu, is now abls to be up nnd Tlsltor to St. Joseph, Monday of this around again, we are glad to learn. reek. BBBBEBnanBUB B'B R !3 B B EVERGREENS! EVERGREENS! AN OPPORTUNITY WORTH WlUUt. We have decided In clme out at about 10 VVM 01. NT ItlSlOI NT all our .tock of Willi F. PINLS and NOItWAY Sl'ltri'lIS now growing at our fotmer p'are of business nt Ore. gun, (the Philip Markt farm). We have thrso Uees listed In ojv 11)21 Price 1. 1st! H-foot tree ut $7.K) per huitdiiil; 2 to 3-foot tltci. at JfiO.OO per bundled. The plicc now (10 per cent (df) at Oregon onl). will bo; for ll-l'oot tieen, ISe each: 2 to ,1 foot ttees, !15c each. No Kvergreens will be shipped to patrons at these speclul prices. These prices ate made only on our Pirns nml .Spruces at Oregon, and aie good only whilu they last O will not lie booked at these prices, but "first come, first s.'tvn!. Come to the old stiind and come early. This is your chance to get a fine lot of thrifty young Kvergreens. extra well round, fresh from the soil, where tliey are now standing, for your yald, driveway, wlnd-brouk or grove. Nothing else adds that touch nf grandeur and perennle beai'ty to the lnndicape or countryside as docs an occasional home with its "setting" of F.vergiccns. We have been fortunato In securing n fine lot or the best grades of stock In such lines as we had sold out on last year, und otders for anything In o:ir line (except LveiRtcens) should be mailed to Muryvllie, and they will havejironipt attention. Uemcmbcr that WI. PAY TIIK F.XPHKKS. MURRAY NURSERIES Geo. R. Murray, Prop'r. Maryville, Mo. m ii 5 Executors' Notice. Notice Is hereby given that letters testnmcntnry on the estate of 1'ied erlck Markt, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on tho 10th day of F miliary, 1021, by tho Probate Coutt of Ho'.t County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estate ate icmtirrU to exhibit them for allowance to tho executors within six months after the date of granting if said letters, or thcy may bo precluded front any benefit of said cstatej and ll such cluims be not exhibited rclthln ono yenr from tho ditto of granting said letters thcy shall bo forever barred. WILLIAM F. MAItKT, FKISDF.WCK E. MAItKT, Attest: Executors. HAIIUY M. DUNCAN, (Seal) Jude,o of Probate. First publication, 'February 18, 1021. We aw truly glad to hear throegh the Maitland Herald that Joe Colllson, while itlll quite sick, 'has shown im-pr-vemcnt the past week. He is. at tho home of his ton, Charles, in St. Joseph. SQUEEZED TO DEATH When tho body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking G0LD.MEML Th world's iUnditd rtmidy for Udiwy, Uvsr, bUddtr and urle add troubhw. Fumoui sines 1690. Take rtfuUrlyaad kMp in good bMlth. la Hum sIim,!! anjt-ftsts. Ouannwcd a rtpraaaBtad. FOR SALK. A Good Ilarn. S:e Phone, 104. DON D. MARTIN. iwrirairir-Mni'i)' i mrw wiawr'rinmiiirir-' sn'TiB-inTT-mri iniwiraMMMisTO'iemm v.-?japg.'.,Ti wiiwBw.irrogg.'t.zryia'K