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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, May 27, 1021.
' niift n mm mm w lif , HIUIIl'HIil it. . r i ii m L1SI 01 Bargains See St. Joseph Papers for List of Bargains The Day of Greatest Bargains Offered by the Retail Merchants - of Saint I Joseph I II 1 REMEMBER Besides the Big Bargains for One Dollar ial Low "WiceslJOn Alllerchandise Will Be OfferedjYonThat Day retail division COMMERCE CLUB OF ST. JOSEPH ... Quit the Job. Wo arc truly sorry to learn of the resignation of Prof. Ira nichanlion, tMiiti1fnt nf thn MnrwIllA Ktnte Teachers' College, to take effect Sept. I . . inOf Ifj. I, n li.an n. tUm IimMiI a? thin nchool for the pant eight yearn. ana nas proven one 01 mu uic ecaum men of our state, and under his cap able management has made the Mary vll'o school one of the best In our state. He Is a Holt county product, having been born In Liberty township, and graduated from tho Mound City high school, class of 1891. The class con sisted of only three Ora Denny, now Mrs. Foster, of Marceline. Mo,; Lesliet Thompson, teaching In Oklahoma, wo believe, and Ira. He began teaching In the rural schools of our county In 1891, and af terwards went w xne ouuo uiuiciiu), r-.l.iM-. TT!tfv-j! Maut VnrW. nnd other prominent college and universi ties. In I'JOS ne was at me nean 01 inn Springfield State Normal, and In 1911 he was put at me neaa oi wiu muiy vlllo school. We do not Know as to Ira's futuro plans, but Tho Old Sentinel wishes that hi lot may bo cast in pasture green. W. C. Proud, M. D.. Bye, Ear, Throat ami Note Specialist Of OCA m....t.Inni , Gttirrnnna' Tliiiminfr. 7th and Fhucli Sts., St Joseph, Mo. tf STItAWllKltKIKS FOU SALE. Havo a few of those nlco strawber ries. Heady now at farm. n. S.HANNA. Miss Kffle Carroll left last week for Cape Girardeau, Mo., where she will attend the State- Teachers' Col lege. Mlita Maude Feucrbocher is also student mere mis summer, oujj OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL Ninth nnd Faraon Slreeln A Fully Equipped Hospitul and Sanitorium An Institution for tho caro of nil ncute, chronic, surgical, preventive surgery, orthopedic, maternity, and cases requiring Osteopathic treatment. . No Insane or communlcablo diseases nccopted. HOSPITAL STAFF Effieo will teach the Sth and nth grade of the Forest City schools tho coming term. Primrose (.asouno at FOSTER LOGAN'S GARAGE. XT'nnm fn Itnti-Mnty tram t hnrnutrru bred Sln'Io-Comb Rhode Island Red, U.U0 lor lu. uan on or aiiures. MRS. J. J. RAYHILL, Oregon, Mo., Routo 3. For Sale Three Pure Urcd Short-Horn Bulls, about 14 month old, ready for service. q MeJNTYRE. the Nlckell's Grove district, May 10, I I . L .. .Ui.ii an eioven-pounu ooy, mi m havo given the name, Robert Elvln. Dr. r. K. liognn was in aiiennanro unu reports mother and child doing nicely. M. I IVnlmn If ft Init WrnV for ilurl'lngton, Colo., where she will mako un extended visit wiw ner son, Kd and family. A POSITION within 30 days after graduation or tuition refunded. Send for catalogue iiranu uiaoa Business College Nebraska Oldest, Largest und leading Business Train ing School. T. 0. PIERCE, D. O., General Surgery and Gyneology. BLANCHE RENNICK, D.O., Anesthetics and Children's Diseases. MILLICENT ROSS, D. 0 Women's Diseases. M. W. STEINER, D. D. S., Dentistry. F. P. WALKER, D. O., M. D., General Surgery and Diagnosis. 0. G. WEED, D. 0., Diseases of Colon, Rectum and Pelvic Surgery, J. S. WOODRUFF, D. 0., upttcian.- W. W. GROW, D. 0.. Minor Surgery,, Finger Sur gery for catarrhal deafness. M. L. HARTWELL, D. O., Obstetrics and Chronic Dis eases. T. II. HEDGEPETH, D. 0., Anesthetics. E. D. HOLME, D. O., Orthopedics. ANNA HURST, D. 0., Chronic Diseases. II. H. HURST, D. O., Laboratory Diagnosis. C. W. MAYHUGH, D. 0, Eve. Ear. Nose and Throat Deserving poor, recommended by responsible person or or ganisations will be given free professional services by the staff. This hospital U open to all licensed, reputable physidtuu. For further Information call on DR. L. McFALL, Oregon, Missouri, or Osteopathic Hospital.-St Joseph, Missouri. OSTEOPATHIC HOSPITAL ST. JOSEPH, MO.. JL 'inn, I .... V Tire Mileage at the Lowest Cost in History NON-SKID RED-TOP RIBUED CORD NON-SKID CORD GRAY TUBES SIZE and TYPE 01,1 Trice New Price. OH Trices New Trices Old Trices New Prices Old Trices New Price Old Trices New Price 30x3 Clincher $17.55 $12.85 $21.05 $17.00 - $2.75 $2.15 30x3ic5er S.SO 15.00 27.75 22.00 $32.00 $25.00 $34.25 $27.50 3 25 2.55 32x34 SS V.30 21.00 31.00 26.00 30.20 32.M 11.15 36.40 3.00 2.90 XI Zi s's CI 05 26.90 42.00 34.40 49.80 41.85 52.30 46.30 4.55 3.55 34x44 s!s! 49.85 38.35 - - 50.10 49.65 02.05 54.90 0.00 4.75 35x5 II GU5 47.05 - - 73.05 61.90 77.35 68.45 7.25 5.85 PUi war lit. Olktr rtJtetJ In prtptrllf These Prices Apply to Our Regular and Complete Line Price unsupported by value never is an advantage to any but the man who sells tb make a quick "clean-up" and quit. A reputable, unexcelled mileage tire made by a company that can and will deliver all and more than you pay for is the only one you can afford to buy. Sold only by ' Dealers A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Pr ! t , i