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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, March 4, 1921.
Y..-4 f t. In Forest City aid Yicin.it HAPPENINGS 01' INTEIIEST, AS RECOUPED UY DELPHEUS . . w. m ' Obituary. ' Onl.in Cllft uml family spent Ktl- lC.lR.ir C. Chesney was born August Jay night ct the Worth Anno home. 20, 1880, nnd died Fcbniaiy 2:1. 1W1, 'r. t lift und Soith ami feol Anno Hi nged l yours, ft month and 28 day.. tended lie M. . A. lodge meeting In While he had made his homo In various Mound City that nlghL f luces during hi llfc-tlme, he died In The pupil of the Baptist Sunday louston, Texan, lie leave behind him ' school met at the home of Mr. und to mourn hi untimely death, two sis- Mr, A. .t. Lyons lnrt Thursday en ters and two brothel one sister llv- , tiiiig fur a tocial time. About 43 wole ing in Hobstown, i ex.j one brother, llv. present. Hofrcshmcnts, consisting of Ing in Oklahoma City, Okla., and n Ice cream and cake, were picpared and brother und sister living in forest served by different member of the City, Mo. Hlblc cla and teachers. All promt The remain wcie brought to Ore ' cnJo cd the evening, und nil hope for Ron, Mo., and laid away In tl.o ccmc- another Rood time noon, tcry to nwnlt the Rieat ltcsurrcctlon MIo Mnudo Stullard, Anna An Morn. X. X. iderson und Mary Alkire, .Mis. i'.oy Anderson and diiURlitcr, Allcen, uml ... , r a. i Olto Stnllard spent the day and took Cnrd or Tliank. 1 dinner with Mis (iracc Kfncr, Sun. We desire to express our heartfelt ,a thunk to the friend nnd neighbors for ' .tr. Ulley Turney and grand the many kindnesses shown us In the ,i.,UB,lcr, Alice Trance Kulrbanks, of burial of our brotlier, h. C. Cncancj. axtum Colo., who liavo been nt tlie MllS. I). C. STALLAHD, bedside of her father, Mr. T. II. Skecn, J. T. CIIE.SNKY, .nt Auburn, Xc It., came in Thursday, J. S, CHESNEY. land arc making u visit licic with relu- lives and friends. Cnrd of Ihnnk'. I Mrs. Anna Kfncr und Mrs. Sniah To the Rood people of Holt county. ' J'otUr and Mr. Mury llline, of Oniii 1 wish to express my uipteciatlon for ha Nth., took dinner ut the John An their help and kindness to me during dorson home, Sunday, the sickness and denth of my Moved Howurd S. Icaic, of OicRon; II. i i p. .n in.... I iilm ui.h to ( . Tcnro. of St. Joseph, nnd I. E. thank those who sent cajds to m. I Toare look dinner und spent the day, which numbered mora than 117. .May -ir momer, .ir. ..iu- tlie roo'I work of llicsc Peop'o K m .cnrc- Miss Atda Coffman. of Mnvvllie.' Kcvlral at Idltwltde. Mn ...... ui.Eltnn mvnrt.l .1 ... II'. Ill l,..l rn..lv..l -I I.II.....I1.1.. later part of Inst week, here, with her Sunday, March 6th. We ore hoping folks, 8. '1. Coffniun and family.. for a week of real actlvo work. All Mrs. Nate Martin returned lo her 'the singer of the community nrc In home at Clarlndn, Iowa, Filday eve- vlted and urged to come and help In nlng, after spending several day here oacli service. Sunday school at 10:00 with her mother, Ml. O. M. Wuddlo. u. in., preaching nt 11:00 und .M0 p. Mrs. Emll Weber, of Hutchison, ' continuing on through the wctk, Kansas, was visiting here ITIilay Willi ncginning ai i;u c nope u urgm .Mrs It. W. Fnwks, and left In the io- promptly on nine ami (iismiss iivm ning for .Moumt City to visu with i r sister, Mr. und Mrs. Dave Porter. Mr. and Mr. C. I!. Taylor mid family drove to Craig, Friday evening. lo mako u visit witn relative nm fricn son c l, Colo., where t wj" licrc nn, W II., of Oregon, wer.j nt r "It-L hi r ' l home, Monday. We hope fur her and prosperity In their new home and ' , ',..,., ' nnI may them. Cod's blessing rest upon MUS. IDA HUSH. , Ta)lr.Crouo. I'nul W. Taylor and Ina May Cruue were united In mairiage nt the home of the bildc's father, both patlle lie- took place ot high noon, I chruaiy J, mukinR a visit with her aunt. Mis. 1021. Uev. Nclithbours officiating, harah Totlcr, und other rclnllves. Mr. und Mrs. A. M. Hi own weie visiting Sunday uftemoon with Chris Jamison and family. We nre sorry to hear of Mrs. Os car Trnmhargcr being very low in one of the St. Joseph hospital nt tills writing. Mrs. Mary llline, of Omnhti, I.' There worn u iroixllv number present' ..-.Ml, t.eorgo lleusley, or HCMun, I.. ll.n ....n.lnn MnnV WPI1 lll Mil., 0111110 iTlcliiy Iinil IliailO U foW conLrntulatlons to tlie happy cnupl.-,'l'iys' visit liero at the Terry Us und best tlnuc i t wishes for them n they con- I"":. rclumlnK home Sunday evening, n their pathway of life. They I W. I rable report, that he l.in will make their home In Cheycnno mne iimntn ou l lainna nurei. iiy inr ini nay 11 Wells. Colo., with the RioomV par ont. May their pathway Ihiough life ho strewn with roses of happiness Those who attended the wedding wcrr : C. l Taylor and family, J. W. Cioue und family; Wm. I.unsford and family, of Mound City! Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Fos ter; Mr. and Mm. Henry Taylor, of CruiRj Mr. urv Mr, lllchnrd Heine, of Cialg; Wm. Ferguson, Ml. Sarah Ferguson. Mrs. John FeiRUJon und children, Irene nnd Marie, Mrs Clio tor Crousc and rhildron, Cntter Mar gie, of Woodbine, Iowa. A Ited Steer at my home a month. Owner come ami pay d.-imngcs. 111;,'' which laid !tl eirg IVbiunry. mid hu only ml. ed Hi vo tiny since i he iwgnn laying. l.ostA v i tc Kemalo l!at Tor tier 11017 hltc with black oars, stub tail. J. K. CASTr.r.l Lewis Strtud and family und (ieo. Stroud und family spent Sunday nt the Henry rrnzicr Home. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Seymour and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson spent .Sunday at the J. 11. MJticuit homo. I, Slulci'n and family und Wm. Onl bralth and family were also there In the evenlnir. Miss luite Iltislliock and brotiier, Morris, spent Satunlav in bt. Joseph. Mr. F. U. Elton, of Tuiklo. was vli.lting several days, the later pait of NUY CHIMES. l-.n..... ItnllnwM... nn.l Mia Kiitln Hum's, of Kansas City, rmr.o up . last week. here, with her parents, Mr, Inst 1 dummy, unit were oral day heic with relative and friend. Mr. Holtgreve ha moved to Knnsa City, and lift Monday for her home, visiting sev- and Mrs. Neal Kunkel .Mrs. II. W. Fuwks wa n SI Jo seph visitor, Inst Wednesday. - Arthur HuUcr mndn n business trip to St. Jocph, lust Tuesilay. No. 1010 OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF TIIF. FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE BANK OF FOREST CITY nt Forest City, Stule of Missouri, at the cloko of businesi on the 'JUt day of February, 1021, published In Tho Holt County Sentinel, u newspaper prlntrd ....I H..l.lul,n,l .. Hm... Ui.iIa .f MUantii't. f.n the .ltli duv of March. 1021. ItESOUUCFS: Loan and discounts, undoubtedly good on persnnnl or collateral. .$ltir,r25.3' i.oans, real csinie Ovenlrafts IVinds nnd stock Kcul estuto (banking hnute) I'nrnltiirift nnd fintllre Due from other bank and banker subject to check y(W.riLD0 ;"h Item 8.8.18 !tirrrncv ...... .. -Jfil.J.lHi Kneclo 081JO .m,rco.oo 1G2.9I 2.1150.00 2,000.00 l,lb0.00 Tctal 241,4'O.ua ....$ 2n,ooo.oo . . . . 7,1500.00 .... 7,&G8.1R , ... ir.ri,oHi.i. .... 4fi;i2(Ui L1AIIIL1TIES; Capital stock paid In Surplus fund Unidivided profits, net Individual deposit subject to check Tlmo certificate of deports Total $241, 170.38 .VTATE OF MISSOUM. County of Holt. . We. 6. K. Kmers', u president, nnd L. F. MilU, as assistant cashier of raid bank, eacli of us, do solemnly swear that tho above Htatement Is true to the licst or our Knowlcdgo ami ueiler. O. K. KMEKV, ('resident. L. F. MILLS. Assistant Cushter. Subscribed and sworn to bcfoio mo, tills 28th day of Febninry, A. D. nineteen liundrcil and twenty-one. Witness my hand und notniiu! scul on the duto last aforesaid. (ConnniS' t-ioneil nnd iiitalified Tor a term expiring uecemuer ll, lii24.) (Seal) J. A. LEASE, Notary Public, ' F. E. 11ULLOCK, . ,s Correct-Attest: J. A. LEASE, W. K. UICHAUDSON. Directors, WE CALL ATTENTION to the published statement of this bank in this issue of The Holt County Sentinei, from which one can easily deduct the fact that we have a sound and substantial bunking institution. Wo have small overdrafts, good reserve, and, In general, a healthy state ment for, these limes, und we thank thoso who have helped make this possible and extend an Invitation to those who have not helped to begin now to build a stronger bank In this commuity, ami we will extend to all In this community as liberal uccommodn. Hons as sound banklng,prlnclp!ea will warrant. The policy of this bank Is to maintain our well earned reputa tion for safety and conservatism, but our aim and effort is to give such service to oar-customers that they may profit by our dealings and recommend us to their friends. WE PAV FOfJK PER. CENT ON TIME "DEPOSITS. The Old Reliable BanK of Forest City i s Capitals Surplus M iTMKa, S::;0 to 8:45. AL1IKUT MAUT1N. The Eastern Star lodge Initiated several new members l ilday night, A two-course luncheon was served, itM.JvSi i and prosperity business. A. J-I.nnders, of Savannah, came over last Tuesday, nnd wn visiting here with relative nnd friends. ,u ctao ct noctao etno otuo itueU Fred Doebbllnir und Arthur Huts- or went to Ued Oak, Iown, last Weil ncsdav. where they will work on a dredge boat. Albert nan wn transacting uu ncs In St. Joseph, Inst Tuesday. Chns. E. Sentney left Saturday evening for Wichita, Kansas, whi re ho will go Into the wholesale diy goods hiMincss. A. M. Itrown was n business visit or In Oregon, Friday. Mis llcrthn .Mcrnriing speni Sattinlay uml Sunday ut homo, tit Umk I'nri. Mo. Mr. Jessie Crnwell nnd chlldicn, of Oregon, spent Saturday with lur sister, (ieorgc Cummlng nnd inmily. l.eo Iteavor made a business tup to Mound City. Saturday morning. Mrs. Huffh Wilson und chlldnn, of Oregon, spent the day, Friday, with her mother, Mr. K. i nrouoecK nun fani'ly- .......... . Mr .ami .Mrs, Mm. nuiiDani. "i Isle. Mlnnn.. came In Satunlav moin- Ing. nnd were visiting here with rela tive, nnd on bulness, Mrs. Itobert Hooves and childnn. of St. Joseph, came up, Saturday, and visited until Sunday evening with hi father. Secley I troves, when they i turnid home. Alfred Kaiser and ramlly iiiovmi lut week Into Hie houve, known uk tho Into Harney William house, on Ornnd Avenue, where Jim McClnnuhan llvfd. John Ctnrk. of Lincoln. Nebraska, stopped over here, Friday evening, and spent the night here with his cousins, Wm. Woodi nnd family, and taKing llnner. Saturday with his rouins, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilohoit I'lummor. and left Saturday noon for Omaha, Ncbru-ka, before going to UKinnomn. Mr. and Mr. W. II. Seymour re turned to their home, Saturday, fiem St. Jnsenh and Kansas City, whole they have been spending the past three weeks wltu relatives ami menu. Mis Irene Acton spent faatuniay night and Sunday with Mis Veima Sinclair. ... Mrs. I A. Lam er ort rialillOiiV tnr Denlson. Kansas, whore jihe and her Mstor, Mrs. Mary Teats, of Dm- ver. Colorndo, nro nmKing a visn wun their sister, Mr. Joe Colcmnn nnd fnmlly. .... Ml. Mytllo viinvaiKcniiurg nun liiuirhtor. Mrs. Esther Johnstun. of St. Joseph, came up Saturday, nnd nro mnklng u visit with tneir uuiu, .mis. Jane lllachly and other relative, lis tnu Huit Oak dlsliict. Miss Iluth Watkins was visiUng Sututilnv nlirlit and .Sunday with rela tives and friend in St. Joseph. C. I.. Nuland wont to Atchison, Kansas. Friday, where he made 11 visit with hi son, Harney Noland und fam ily, returning home Saturday evening. Mr. C. S. McKin ami dagithtrrs, (Joorge Urodberk and France Daw son spent Sunday nt the home of J. C. Illnkli. ut IIIl-cIow. Albert Kollmer left Sntuidny for Hnxtum, Colo., where he ha gone for his health, lmvlag the asthma. Mrs. liny Cnu.lell und Mi Mike FiUmnurice spent Wednesday with Mrs. WlKo I'oiey. Mrs. (toorgo Lease und Son, Flovd. drove to Craig. Monday morn Ing, where they spent the day with her father, J. II. Wilson, who lias tieon on the sick list. Harry ltosenthaw, of St. Joseph, was visiting Sunday ut the J nine Hartnctt homo. A. M. llrown mndo a bulno. trip to Follies, Saturday. Mrs. J. W Fitimaurice went to Kansas City, last Monday, whero she is making a visit with her sisters, II. I. Everton und Mrs. Nettie Haydn and families. Ernest Thornhill is on our sick list with tonsllitls. We hope for his cully recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wnggorcr went to St. Joseph, Saturday, whore Frank I having his eyes treated by a specialist. A. M. Drown made a busince trip fo Fortescuc, Thursday evening. Thomas Hamilton uml li, W, Kelly, of Mound City, came down Mon day niomlnir. nnd they nnd Hcrt Ham ilton made a business trip to St. Jo seph, Monduy. Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Meyer, son, William, Harry Cresney, Wilbur Uunti and family, Snm Chesney, Dwlght Meyer nnd family and Daniel Hoover spent tho day, and took dinner, Sun day at the Aiciiwuy iioover nomc. Miss Mabel Watts spent Saturday night and Sunday with her uncle, Ira Alkiro and family. Howard Douglas, of Wymore, Nebraska, was here, Monday on ui'.si ness. ISJanmesy etao eta eta tta etaoetctt Arthur Cook and family, of Na pier, wcro visiting Saturday after, noon with his folks, N. H. Cook and family. Sam Chesney,- of Oklahoma Cltv. Oklahoma, accompanied the body of his brother, Ed Chesney, who died at Houston, Texas, xucsaay nignu They arived 'here, Friday, and the burial was in the Made Grove ceme tery at Oregon. Sam turned home, atoooay ercnuujr. nr.. am sirs, ves Buif. oi nan Cttfi.'SreMK Beuttter wad Miw early recovery. The Freshman girls entertained some friends nt tho home of Mr. ami Mr. C. J. Ilruntmeycr, Thursday night. They took in the picture show, played gatiKs nnd a general rooiI tlmo aii enjoyed by nil. Thoso present wcro: Mlsse Mildred Hopper, lllnnche I'atton, Leona Thornhill, Kd Hire und Lorcnc Hanks, Ilcttio Ucclcr; Messrs. Floyd Lease, Ix-o Williams, Sunt. Uamsey, Harold Moore, Orville Coffman, und Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ilruntmeycr nnd Claud I'atton Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coffman, of Oregon, visited Sunday with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M Coffman. Mis Mabel McCuire, who i at tending school at Muryvlllo, cumo down last Thutsday und spent u few lay with her uncle und aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. lorn iyger, near uregon. D. li. Moiirnn. who has been suf fering witli iheumntism for about five months, is no better. S. M. Coffman went to Mound City, Sunday, where he utlcmlcd tho business meeting, Hie Sunday school nssocintion. Mrs. S. P. Alien, of Oregon, spent Monday afternoon witli her mother, Mis. S. T. Hulutt und family. The Haiitlst Aid Society will glvo an Easier bake sale unci bniaar In the Alkire building, Saturduy uncrnoon, Mnrrh ''',. Mr. I. F. Mill and daughter were visiting Friday und Saturday with her parents, Mr. und Mr. John Smith, of Oregon. Mrs. Fav McElwain nnd son, Dar- tell, of Savannah, nnd Mr. 1'. M. lt.ihb, of Otcgon, were visiting witli their futher. Judge W. J. (ilus nnd daugh ter, Miss Cullle. Monduy. -Mr. and Mrs. (ieoigo Tcihuno vis ited Sunday with lu r parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Ilullock. Sunday, Fob. 27th, being Hairy VunCamp's blithday, about thirty of lil friend gutheicd ut hi home while lie was in Mound City, Sntunlay eve ning, and on his return homo he wu Riven a sut prise. Hook and other Ramos were played, nnd ut n lato hour nil departed for their home, wishing Hurry many more happy birthdays. For Sale Thoroughbred H. I. lied I'.oostsr. W.M. NKlUKIIllOUSr; Itov Ke v. of I'ai'sons. Knnsux, came Thursday, and spent u few days, here, witli relatives nnd friends. .Miss Jariiucttu tiolden v.em lit their home, last Wednesday, nour Sa vannah, whilo her mother went to White Cloud, hansus, lo uitcmt inc funeral of some of their relatives. Wold wu received here, last week. Iiv.iolutlvotf that I. 11. I.unsfniil. of Missoula, Montana, I a Up hospital at llutte, .Montana, neing ireaieii inr ubsccss in tho tin oat. Mr. I.unsford formerly lived here, about tliirly-thico years. Wo hope for his early recovery- Last Wednesday night, tho hoys' basket ball team, of Iligeiow und tho Forest boy' town team played a game nt Forest City. The score was .11 to ill in favor of Iligeiow, Mr. Uoy Caudoll. of St. Joseph, wo spending last week, here, witli lier rnlK, I nomas iirn ami lamuy. ' Fortcscue. Mr. J. A. Duke spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H. It. Stuart. Miss Doris Heaver en tel taints I Mr. und Mr. Ilryan Hlnklo to sIk o'clock dinner, Wednesday evening. A surprise birthday party wu elven to Mis F.uia Adklsun, Friday evening, Feb. 25. About 60 guests wcro Vescnt. Tho party wn given by Ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Ad kisnn. Mrs. Frank (i tasty returned homo Saturday from Kausus City, where sho ha been tho past six weeks at one of the Ucal hospitals, sua is getting alonir nicely. Mr. und Mrs. Snow"den Crusty spent Sunday ut Hie Frank Crusty home. Mis. Agcl Cutter and children spent Sunday with Mrs. J. A. Duko and f anlly. Agcl Carter is building n new residence for his Grandmother Coins, which i to bo 26x30, with basement another improvement for our town, Tho church building is progressing nicely. They have tho basement dug, and the forms built and arc putting in the concrete. Mrs. II. li. Stuart spent Fiiday with Mrs. J. A. Duke and family. Bert Stuart made a business trip to Oregon, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uayzlett and daughter, Iluth, from Handles, Neb., visited several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angclo Wake. Mr. and Mrs. John Hatcher and daughter took supper, Saturday eve ning, with Mr. and Mrs. Will Stuart. Mr, and Mrs. Allen Notley and Mrs. II. R. Stuart spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Notley. Willie Wilson and family attended a family reunion at tho home of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Stewart, in Mound City. Ollle Williams rpent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Mollle Whipple and family. Mrs. Settle Williams spent Sun day afternoon with Mrs. J, A. Duke, J. W. BUI and family attended family reunion dinner given at the home 'of his sister. Mrs. 'James-Shu. ukte,- la Forest City, tivea in ho f U sisUr, .Mrs.-, Nomaw IfmVii; Helpfuness in Business is what this bank stands for first, last and always. We invite your your attention to our statement appearing in this issue as 'proof of our helpfulness to our de positors. Our statement reflects loyalty to the interest of our customers. Such a banking connection is what each individual needs. We invite you to become one of our depositors. HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY No. 1700. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY ut Forest City, State of Missouri, ut the c!oc of business on the 21st day of February, 1021. published In The Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper printed und published nt Oregon, Stnte of Missouri, on the 4th day of March, 1021. UESOUUCESi Loan and discounts, undoubtedly good on personal or collateral. .$1.18,403.0.1 Loans, real estate Overdraft Ilonds nnd stocks Ileal estate (banking house) Furniture nnd fixture Duo from other banks and bankets subject to check,... Cash Items Currency Specie LIAIHLITIES: Capital stock paid in Undivided profits, net Individual deposit subject to check Tlmo ccillflcatrs of deposit Hill payable nnd rediscount , Total &,GCT.00 31010 . fl ,200.00 . 2,001.01 . 3,630.34 . 11,528.83 . 2,300.35 . 2,470.00 . 1,559.34 .$177,101.75 .$ 20,000.00 123.70 . 04,013.04 . 42,014.05 . 49,450.00 .,177,101.7ft STATE OF MISSOUHL County of Holt, ss. Wo, 1'hillii Schlotzhnucr, us president, and A. M. Ilrnwn, a cashier of said bank, each of us, do solemnly swear that the above statement I truo to the best of our knowledge nnd belief. I'll II.II SCUI.OT.HAUKH, President. A. M. HltOWN, Cashier. Stib'Ciibcd und swoin to before me, this first day of March, A. D nineteen hundred und twenty-one. Witness my hand nnd notarial seal on the date lost aforesaid. (Commis sioned and qualified for a term expiring February 4. 1023.) J. II. WILSON, Notary Tubllc. riULII' SCIII.OTZIIAUER, Correct-Attest: II. W. SCHAFFEH, A. M. HUOWN, Director. There were 100 In attendance nt Turkin Chupel Sunday school and tho collection amounted to $4.78. Misses Mnrle .Shcphcid, Voru Stewart, Lorene (irasty, nnd Messrs. Howard Alkire, Walter lloweiton, Cur. ti and William Moon spent Sunday with Elsie' und Clyde Graham. The ladies' homo missionary so ciety entertained the young people's homo mlsslnnnry society at tho homo of Mr. und Mr. M. L. Datson, Tuesday, Feb. 22, in honor of Washington's birthday. The program was as fol lows: Song, "Amerlcui" scripture reading und prayer by tho pustor, Uev. Howerton; song, "Star, Spangled Dan. ncr;" rending, Mrs. Minnie. Waggoner; duet, Mr. .and Mrs. M. L. llntson; rend. Ing, Mrs Hcrt Stuart; talks on tho life of (Jeo. Washington by Mrs. liyron Hlnkle and Mrs. Howerton: song; talk on missionary woik by Uev. Howerton; special music, Fortcscue orchestra; benediction, Uev, Howerton. A two. course luncheon was served by tho la dle' home missionary. A Washington cuke wus baked by Miss Vcru Stuart, of Fulls City. About CO guests wcro present, A drawing match took placo to find out which society should eat with Martha and George Washington, und tho young people won tho honor. George and Martha had special wait resses. All returned to their homes at a late hour, expressing their thanks for such an enjoyoblo evening. Nellie Grlscr spent tho week-end visiting Marie and Jennie Lundy. A supriso birthday dinner was given to I'rfce Lundy, Sunday, at the Lundy home. Those present were: Den Conner and family, Jasper Beck, man and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Coatney and son, Howard, Harry Coat, ney and family, Willie Drown and family and Miss Nellie G riser. ' Lee Drown, of Chadron, Nebraska, spent Saturday night at the Thos. Hunker home. Mr. and Mrs. Gil Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Art Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Tioy Hinkle and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Airs. w. u. uatson. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill were shopping in St. Joseph, Friday. Mrs. Thos, Bunker is on the sick list this week. About twelve of the' Woodman Circle women met at the home of Mrs. J. A.DuxctFVWay srnoon.- , Dr. awHt-rt. J. U Cox were call ed .to MarjnrH Prof. Smith nnd Doris Heaver spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilryan Hlnklo. Wllma and Dorotha Huffman spent Friday night with their grandpar. ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Huffman. Mrs. Chns. Wright, of Savannah, is visiting her son, It. F. Poyntcr nnd fnmlly. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stuart and fam. Ily spent Sunday nt tho Sam Toyntor home. Art Stunrt came home Sunday from St. Louis, whero he has been the past two weeks with his father, during his Illness and death. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. F. Poyntcr and daughter spent Sunday ut tho Chester Hitz home. Mrs. Floyd Mull and daughter vis. Ited several days last week with her .muiner, sirs, uicster uphouse anil family. .Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Hill were in. Nodaway, on business, Sunday. Tim Huffman; Chester Hits anil George Davis have been dragging tho roads tlds week. II. H. Stuart took Sunday dinner with Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Stuart. Edna Williams spent Sunday with Alpha Hinkle. John Whipple I in Holyoke, Colo., this week, looking after business inter, csts. Maud Griscr and Alpha Hlnklo were Oregon visitors, Saturday. Arllo Uttlelohn was un from St. (Joseph, Saturday and Sunday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Hatcher and daughter left Sunday for Rock Fort, Idaho, where they will make their fu ture home. Bert Stuart spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beaver, cast of Forest City. Attorney It, L. Mtnton, of Kansas City, spent Monday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Minton. J. W. Hill received a ear load of Illinois soft coal, last week. ' OBSERVER. CHICHESTER S PILLS h liiiifciViWITT ytat.kM.lltllkU.S.CMLAlMMhMUhU yrr SCID BY CUfCiiISf S EVERVMMEIF. yv;