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3.' THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, May 27, 1921. f 't 3 1 1 jtz8&Sk Bfflffliil osnna owd 5 SPECIALS FOR WEEK Commencing Today. 14 pounds Sugar . . . $1.00 VOhly one dollar's worth to a customer.) No. 3 cans Tomatoes, lots of Iialf-dozcn, can. . . 10c Peaches, large yellow, dozen ?2.75 Salmon, Kcd, Ml), can 30c Large can Pineapple 3Cc Canned Green Means, can 10c Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, Ikx 10c Pumpkin, large can , . . . .10c HltlNG US YOUR CREAM AND ECCS. YOU'LL FIND MANY OTHER HAIUJAINS NOT ADVERTISED HERE. METCALF'S FORBES, MO. ? y f ? ? X t t f Y ? ? Y Y Y ? Y Y t t Y f THE'UNI VERS AL CAR The Ford Model T One Ton Truck was the first low price truck to carry the worm-drive that tremendous power delivering mechanism had previously been an exclusive feature with high priced minor trucks. In the Ford Truck, however, you get the worm-drive of manganese bronze material, absolute in strength and positive in the delivery of power, at a verv low price. Come in and let us point out the many superior merits of the Ford One Ton Truck, because you need one in your work. We give prompt and efficient repair service. KtSKVliS-llRAnr. AUTO CO- (V II j-n hi mill "UM"U1 KSK&iir III in in i I i T HONOR T1IE HEROIC DEAD The Ileautltul niton of Decoration Day Will lit Obaerrtd In Oregon. ATTENTION, COMRADES. In compliance with ojders from the National anil Department headquar ter of the (iiantl Army of the Itunib- lie, all survivors of the Union Army und their sons, survivors of the Span-! Isn-Amcrlcan Wnr uml the "Woild War. arc fraternally requested nnil In vited to participate with Meyer l'ot, O. A. It., In obtervlng Memorial ami Decoration Day, Sunday, May 2!, and Monday, May 30, 1021. Members of Meyer Post, and then' oignnlzntlons are requested to as semble at the court yard pork, at 10 m on Sunday, May TJ, lor the pur pose of attending divine worship at tho First M. K. church; the annual memorial sermon will bo dcllvcuil by Rev. Fred J. Smith, nastor. The M. I;, chuich chnlr l rc(imtril i to fui-nlhh the imilc for thoc ixer-. cl.ei, and the official of the c:uich will tuko charge of such dccoiu'ion I a they deem pinner. ' Tho Harris K, I'ctrcc Post, Amerl-1 can Lotion, Hay Stevenon, crninmn- ler. Ik ieiiiejteil tii act ax cott to Meyer I'oft and Son of Veteran to ' I'v no crvlce. .May lilt, and will anv i chaiKo of urninei'mi'iit" on Decc r.iiii n i Day, May M. l liey arc reipie""! to make l tnll ror color cuanl anil tinni; niuail, and make xuch other arrange mento a will add imnreivene to the occasion n they deem bet. and report to thefu heniliiunrter.'. It lA hopnl nil irllL-loiiB uoli- or our city will join with Meyer r-t and nuclatc bodies In holdlni; tlic-c ht- vlcec. Jneob Mni; U nlciicd to duty to maik all yrtwe and cc that i;rnvon of tho dead of Meyer I'ot, thf War of '!)8, and the Woild War me piep crly cat ed for. Jnmen Muirny Ik renuentcd to act an bucler on Decoration Day, and icport to thecc headquarters Hie Community l.eacuc Is leiiuonteil to fumlxh a committee of twelve la dle who arc requested to icport at inc court yarn puiic nt w a. m., .nay ;to, anil prepare the nocr anil ever green KUltauIe for ilecoratlnR the uravc. The' ate at-o rciueted a an oritanitatloti to brlni; or enil what flowcru nnd evergreen thry can for thin occanlon. Ow nir to the late fencon f bwcm ate likely to be Keaicc nnd oil parties hav ing any flowern and nrbor-vltne ever green are Invited to contilbutc what they ran and leave the came ut the court houcc patk, Monday morning, May 30, by 0 n. m. Qunrtermanter Montgomery will piovidc trancpoitntion for thute vet erans unable to march In column. Citizens of Oregon and vicinity hav ing flowers to spare will fend them to the park by 9 o'clock on the morning of May 30. The allies of the Chrysanthemum Focicty, who have so kindly In the past beautified the "unknown grnve arc respectfully requested to do this for Meyer Post nnd the Ametlcan Legion on May 30, 1021. All com ration of .Meyer 1 on, A. It., and visiting comrades, and mem bers of Harris E. I'etree I'ot, Amer ican Legion, ami cx-rervlce comrades of the World War, Sons of Veterans of the Civil War and SpnnUh-Amerl-can War arc requested to aiomble nt the court yam park, at iu:uo u. in., on Monday. May 30. 1021. and with flow ers, proceed in a body in charge of the Harris 1.. l'cueo l'ost, American Le gion. liaising of tho colors, 0:30 n. m. Harris E. I'ctrcc Post, American Le gion . Formation of line: Firing stuiad. Harris E. I'ctice Tost, Itay Steven son, commnnder. Sons of Veterans. D. II. Kunkel. commander. Meyer Tost In cars, Jacob Kins, commander. The program as arranged by Meyer I'oft nnd the American Legion at the cemetery, Monday foienoon, May 30, ivn, win oe as rouows: Assembly, Ilugler James Murray, Trayer, V. S. Morgun. (. A. It. chnrge. T.'D. Roberts. Stars, Spangled Itanner, Community cnorus. "On Flanders' Field," Mrs. It. S, Logan. "America, tho Beautiful," Commu nity Chorus. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, Den nett .Martin. Salute the Dead. Tctiee Tost. Taps, "The Soldier's Slumber," uugier Murray. Decoration of Graves. Formation returns to park for dis missal. JACOII KING, D. P. DOBYNS, Commander, Adjutant. CM - 1 I'd walk V The pleasure is worth it. There's no sub stitute for Camel quality and that mild, fragrant Camel blend. The fellow who smokes Camels, wants Camels. That's because Camels have a smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you can't get in another cigarette. Don't let anyone tell you that any other cigarette at any price is so good as Camels. Let your own taste be the judge. Try Camels for yourself. Afewsmooth, refreshing puffs and you'd walk a mile for a Camel, too. Camel R. . REYNOLDS ToWcc C4, SY1mU..S1.,N.C thefc days. Ail cominiies nte requested nt :ar is io.flble to report in uniform. RAY STEVENSON, II. A. DANKERS, Commander. Adjutant. Headquarters, Harris E. Petree Post, American Legion. In compliance with action of this post on Invitation from Meyer Pst, G.-A. R., all members of the Harris E. Petree Post. American Lecrlon. and all ex-service men of the World War are requested to report nt there head quarters on Sunday, May 29, at 10 a xa.f and on Monday,' May 30, at 10 a. m.j for'the purpose of attending Memorial Day 'and Decoration Dv ex ercises, thus assisting the fast fading Attention, Sons of Veteran. All Sons of Veterans of the Civil War. the Spanish-American War and the Woild Wnr will report for duty to pattlclputi' In the exercises of Me morial and Decoration Day. Thty will repot nt the public park, tummy, Mnv 20. nt 10 n. m.. to attend sirvlres nt the M. E. church; at the public park, on Monday, May 30, to take part ' In the Decoration Day exerciser ; DAN II. KUNKEL, I Commander. o NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE IIY EXECUTOR OF WILL. rURLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that, on .Monday, the 13th day of June, A. D., 1021, between the hours of nine o clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the front door of tho court houte, nnd during the sitting and Kestion of the Probate Court of Holt County, Mis tourl, then to bo convened and hdd, I will, for the purpose of closing up the estate of Hannah Elizabeth Gladden, deceased, effer for sale nnd sell, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cush, what Is known as the lute home of the said Hannah t,. uiadilen, in Oregon, Holt county, Missouri, des cribed as follows: Ileglnning at the Southwest corner of lllock Number Twenty-six (20) in tho original town (now city) of Oie gon, county tent of Holt County, Mis souri! thence North Eighty (60) feets thence East One Handred and Fifty seven (157) feet; thence South Eighty ibui teei: tnence west une itumired and Fifty-seven (1&7) feet, to the place of beginning. inis is a corner property, only about two blocks from the court house snuare. has granitoid sidewalks on both west uml south, fronts on n paved street, and the houso is comparatively almost like new. Come out nnd glvo us a bid for it. HENRY T. ALKIRE, Executor of Hannah E. Gladden's Will. NEW GARAGE AT FORBES, By education and practice, I have acquired n thorough understanding of automobile repair work, both on gener al repair and ignition. Also gasoline for sale. Prices reasonable. Give me a trial. DAVID STULL. o Teachers' Examination. The regular Teachers' Examination will be held in the Oregon high school building on the first Friday' and Satur day in June. NORTY L1LEY, County Superintendent of Schools. NOTICE. I The Forbes Shipping Association Is here to serve the interests of the farmers. If you have anything to ship out, state number of nogs or cattle, and when you wish to ship; estimate' weight, and notify by postal I LEE TIRES and TUBES. I I, LEE PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES. I ALWAYS UP 1 I Cash Refund Paid In Case of Puncture. WE GUARANTEE SERVICE. ffl FOSTER-LOGAN I MOTOR CO. 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