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..THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, Mny 27, 1921.
i 1 FOREST CITY AND VICINITY KEEPING UP-TO-DATE We nrc trying to keep up to date by sending representative to Hankers' Meeting, to mingle with others of like profession, to lenm how other arc solving the problem f the day; prepare ourselvc for better service to this bank; hear big men discus iptestlims; making ourselves of greater value-to thin Institution ami community; In thee time of readjustment there ore many new question arising that nefd.the best attention of each person In the community, ami the banker should keep himself posted In every way to be of the bent crvlec to hi community. We arc here to serve, and If wo can be of ervlce to you In any way, call on u, whether a customer or not we are glad to help in uny way wc can. WE PAY rOUIl PEK CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS. The Old Reliable BanK of Forest City Capital, Surplui and Profit, $40,000.00. FOREST CITY t t i t MISSOURI t t t t t t X f r t t i t f f t X f f f t t t t y t y f ? School note. Iter. L. E. Jone. of the Flrt M. E. church, at Mound City, Mo., gave the baccalaureate scrrnon at the Methodist church. The church wa crowded and the audience fccmcd to be well plenstd with the crmon. Tuesday night, the senior with the help of two other of the school, showed what they were capable of doing In the way of puttii.g en a play, entitled "Tompkln'n Hired Man." The play was humorou In na turc and the actor ucctcded In bring. Ing the "houc down." Harry Jamison nnd Agnes Uakcr succeeded In takit.g the part of the old folk, pnd Richard Strotton brought many a laugh from 'the audience, who pi enounced the pluy n uccc. Thursday evening, the eighth grade howcd u what they I were capable of doing by putting on a varied program, which was very favorably received by the audience. Friday evening the elolng number of the cliool trogram w given at the I City Hall. Although the slckne of I several student limited our musical program, yci me nuuicncc nun mv "i - portunlty of listening ta Prof. C. A. Hawkins in a lecture entitled "Work. .mJJJmJJmJmJJ I The student now have their long look- A ed for vacation and wc hope they will $ -..(of It. Tl riiv M.ihcvlln rhurrli Note. Sunday school, every Sunday, 10:CO .4. n Mm t I Preaching service, every Sunday, V 11:00 a.m. , . l ivnrlilnir .ervlfrii. S 11. m. bub .J. 'Ject: "Certain , Value." Everybody , come to these scivlcc you I... nil JL A Chlldien' Day Pageant will be f put on Sunday. June f, at 8:CM) n. m . Kvirvliiilv welcome. NN ..... Noli-. Some Reasons Why We Solicit and Want Your Drug and Drug Sun dries Patronage. We know wo ennnot continue to increase this business unless we give the people nn honest, square deal. It makes no difference whether you buy n spongc or n cigar a box of our fine chocolates or a stick of toothache gum n man's size fine comb or a brush for baby's silken locks a glass of soda water or a lottle of bitters for medicinal purposes we want you to be satisfied, so that you will come again. We take a personal interest in this business and in the patronaae of our customers. Let this l;e nn urgent, standing request that if at any time you feel that the article that you bought has not given the full value expected, you will give us the pleasure of personally adjusting your complaint. More, we ennnot do and we would not do less. Henninger Drug Co.- THE REX ALL STORE P. S. Our Fountain Service includes Perfect Cleanliness In every detail Perfect Purity of every Ingredient Utmost Care In dispensing Promptness nnd Courteous Service the kind of service you want. y ('hrllt.m Church Sunday ScIhmI, cveiy Sunday morn A I ini. nt III firlllCK. licginuing june ... nn.iiuiiiK v... second and fourtn tun.iny ni 1 1 u. mid S n. m.. by llrother lrw V Maxwell. Evciybody I cordially in. vltcd to attend these crvlcy ? ? y y y y St. Jo y y y y y y y y y The Jinest 'Tire for Small Cars Goodrich 303 Mm. Dlan:i Miller wa a ..uu.ir. In.t Thursday. Mr, nianchc Ilodgln, of Oregon wa visiting last Wednesday nuir I,. Vrnnb Mill llOIHP. Adam Schaeffer made a buslncM ... , 1. TU.iy.flrtV. ti p to m. jii-i, ,fii Mr. nnd Mr. C. II. ItayhUI. of Oregon, spent Sunday nt the J. i. MrTlMnna Miller wa business visitor In Oregon, Tuesday of last I. ! MI Marguerite Martin va vis X itlng fr'tmKrWoy u. AlUlro. near " 'tilt.MT Willi ' Kortcfcue. , . ,, ... J. K. Morgan, of Samb.ell. Mo., came Thursday ivcnlim. and vWt.d r.s:"V!hc- JiiraW H V Turncy and c'hK-dvi: It lh. with her parent, Mr. and ,.Mr. A. J. "uiK. uk hrl;.i'.oVdComannn rnmiiv. nt t be union (imnci, arnidnv here with hi folk, Coffmnn and family. Mr. ami .ir. v. PUBLIC SALE QAnli-Skid SafefyTread at the 210 Price Reduction Goodrich 30x3 snli-skid safety tread fabric tire now available at the 20 Price RcduMon which went into effeQ May 2nd Here is a 30x3 i tire, with snappy black tread and creamy white sides clean, trim, splendidly finished generously large and full in size, with the Goodrich anti-skid safety tread. This tire will give you much longer mileage, the greatest of durability, the utmost riding comfort and the fullest satis faction. Like all other Goodrich tires the "30x3 i" is made only in one quality. It is so thoroughly and unusually good that its makers frankly declare it the best tire ever made for small cars. THE B.F.GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY aAkron, Ohio Dealer everywhere are oiling Goodrich Silver town Cords, Goodrich FubrieTirci and Goodrich Red or Gray Tubes all one quality at the 20'"o reduction in prices which Goodrich made cOco five May 2nd, 1921. J. 1 r 8. M. S IJUinn 'I j mmmm m . On account of sickness and not being able to use them, I will sell at public auction at my residence on Chestnut street, in Forest City, on Saturday, May 28, 1921 C'hcsney, of Oiegon, spent Sunday here at the Medwav Hoover home. Mr, Joe William and Ml. Ilnrry Hi ant and children, of Savun- P niL-ex and ; camc .vcr luM Tut,"'"' "'! "'" .nr. " , ,, i" ,,,i sprni several luirn nere daughter. Clara, Mailc and t, their mother and slMer, Mr. U lllgR. "f,?1,0"1"1 Clty,i ,i ' Mm. Vine Hovcy and daughter, Mlso and Mr. Orney elnliigcr and Uurn ,) Mr, Ilml Mr, t. k. Tcnr(. ,nn. Jack and Hilly. Mr. ami .Mr. UB(, fam, returil)l,B lomCi Suniay, fieorgc Maxfield and daughter. I Ui; , M,J s, UnU ot mh cty encc and Mao1 Kva. all of St. Joseph. N.(b fJme owr Suni, M ,B , and Mr. and an; Mr, oy An won ,c n fcw U , V,,V nerJ at' ,lle and daughter, Kilecn. nil , Win. lloyd home, and ut the Dr. J. V. and uppcr and spent the ila, sunun , Chumllcr home In Oregon, at the John Anderson home. I .jir. K. C. Well and Mis Ethel .ir. ui" linriiner. or itumv e. .Mo., enmo aM OWa Mr. and Mr. nnd . ii.. . f ni.'tnn inmiiy, ' Mr. Vm. Kirk anil lamuy -MiirV Oclvln nnd Mr. and Mr. Uoy Gelvin and family, of Nerohvt; weie nil visiting Sunday with Mr. and Mr. A. 11. Jeffrey. SALE TO BEGIN at 2 P.M. 1 yearling Mare Mule; 1 Draft team, com ing 9 and 10 years old, weight about 2,800 pounds. 1 'Newton wagon, good as new, 3 1-4 inch; 1 Hercules top buggy; l.set Work Har ness, good as new; 1 set Fly Nets, heavy; 1 Jonn ueere Lisier, men; i ampueu ... - x T 1 " It! L 11 1 Drill; new; 1 Jenny Lind Cultivator, all good as 1 5-foot Dain Mower. TERMS:" All sums of $10.00 and under, cash in hand; over that amount, a bankable note, six months from date, bearing 8 per cent" interest. No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. Claud Wampler P. M. BabjtfAuct. ' AJM. JBrpwjn, Clerk Miss Cora Field ha returned Jrenj '.rtjjl, jr seriou? oti: jf$ the Osteopathic hospltalln St. Joseph, Kop to soon' Eear of her complete I XSLE I I Wc will be open every I day in the week from 7 n. ni. to 6 p. ni. Sunday, I until 9 n. nt. only. I J. M. Shumate Tueiday evening to the Dr. K. I. (inrdner home. Ml Kthcl rcturmil home, Sunday, whllo Jlr. Well made a longer vlit. Mr. ami Mr. Iluy Drchcr nie the proud patent of n fine nine-pound son, born Krldany morning, May 1.1. They have nnmed the son, Ituymond, Jr. Dr. K. K. llullock wb In attend ance. Daniel Hoover went to Grnham, Mo Friday evening, where he la mak ing nn extended visit with hi eon, !(. II. Hoover nnd family. W. P. Vanhoozlcr, of Iluthvllle, Mo,, and Mr. and Mr. Leo Cooper, of Ht. Joseph, came up Thuisday and spent a few day here at the Charley VnnlinnTlpr hnmp. am I Misses Klizabeth and Mary h McAfee, of Forbe. were visiting Fri day, at the John Cotton home. I Ruseel Elder. was spending the first of last wick with friend at Craig. HusfcI Long, of Coin, Iowa, came down Friday, and made a few days' visit here with hi fUtcr, Miss Oraco Long and father, W. H. Long. Itussel returned home, buminy. " Fern lJussell spent snturuay rort, Mo. am .Mrs. J. A. uiiuspic or Kansas City, came up Thursday and made n visit here with her uncle and i r .1.1 c.m.inv aunt, Mr. ond Mr. I V. Scott. Mr. defeated SumM), oilii.ni. r.i.i.,1 kmn. Frldnv nfter. noim. while Mr. Gllllspie went on out to Plntner, Colorado, to make a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Josh Cole. Mrs. F. It. Elton, of Tnrklo, spent Friday, here, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Kunlel. N. H. Cook was on the slcK-list, burled heic the last six years. Fied Nclderhouie and son, Stan ley, returned to their home, Sutuntay, In Denver .Colorado, after making n ion nay-viit neic witn III mother. Monday night, and ninde n few days' visit heic with their old time, friends and neighbor, Mr, and Mm; L. T. Qulnn and family', while on their way to Kansas City And other point. Mr. Mary. Nelderhouse, and Mr. and I Mr. nnd Mr. Frank Miller, of Mr. m. Nelderhouse In Hiush Col- Hamburg, lown, came down Saturday,, lege district. nn, nla,)c a vlt here for a few days Miss Murilc Walker, of the Idle with their daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilde district, returned home, last Jesse (tuycr and family. Wednesday evening, after upending a 1 F. A. Wcddlcr, of Hollywood, few days hero with her uncle and aunt, tCnllf., wa visiting here several days Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Walker. 'of last week at the John D. Olass Mr. nnd Mrs. Cha. Vanhoozlcr home, spent last Wednesday In St. Joteph. Mr. Olndys Allison, of Itusli- Walter Scott and family, of St. .vllle, Mo., came up Wednesday evening Joseph, moved last week to Highland, I of last week, and spent a few days Kansas, where he Is working for the hcie with A.J. Lyons uivl fahilly and Grand Islund Itnllrimd Company. 'nttending the school entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. George Cottier and Sho returned home, Sunday, , family, of Lincoln, Nebr., enme over Ml l.ennl Glass left1 Sunday last Tuesday, nnd nre making u visit night for St. Louis, where she will hero with her folk, .Mr. anil .Mr. N. .make a visit with relatives arill from II. Cook and family. 'theie she will go on to Mc.MlnnvIlle, Aichle I'orts anil Melton Pinns, of Tenn., to visit with other relatives, Sioux Fall, South Dakota, come last before returning home v. ni-n orrv to hear of O. C. Plummet, helnir Very low Bt the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George William. .... ir l.nrmer Pruisman and baby, of the Culp district, came Thursday ( rl' evening, and nttcded the eighth , n fc , grade graduating exercises, and spent "'j, me nigni un ?,"""! ""'li r -i fniv. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dobbins and family. im-A.t i:ttv wns Mav 22, by the Oregon team, by tho score of 0 to 2. It was a good game nil the way through, except the first two Innings, when Oregon ran In five scores. Connell pitching for Forest City was relieved In the third inning by Sullingcr, who held them to two irania fnr Oi-fcnn mado a beautiful iHrs t Mn catch In the Bth; while Ruley played t0 dJut a , ,n lhe post ofice. In tin top form on short for Oregon. thU wcek Fairfax will pla yhere next Sunday, , joe Mttchell shipped a car of hogs nnd a good game is expeciw. nam t0 the St. Joseph market, fTlday or Mrs. J. M, Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frailer and family, Mr. Iinu Mr?. . W)WIS yovrou" n ' lly, George Stroud and family, Miss Jlnbel ana win voih, wit Meyer 'air took1 dinner nnd spent the day, Sunday at the Wesley , Stroud home. Mr; and Mrs. Wilbur Buntr and family, of Mound City: Jlr, and Mrs. IS YOUR BANK MORE THAN A MERE COMMERCIAL MACHINE? I.,t U...V Miss Grace Long left Friday for Kansas City, where 6he will speSid the where he weirt ior irenwiwi. ivti X v Jeyer iuniijriiuiu iwy summer with her sister, Mr. nnd Mrs, Fred Crpmer. Saturday morning, Ed Matthews and Mrs) Gordon, of St. Joseph, cjme utt'and had the body of their matter, Mrs." Mnry Goolsby, taVen'up frorh the Forest City cemetery; and removed tw body toeMounfcuburn cpetcMrJi) Unloas It Is more than simply nn Institution for paying dividends to stockholders ; unless it is imbued with n real spirit of public service nnd n desire to be n CONSTRUCTIVE nnd UPBUILD ING FORCE in the community then it is falling short of what a bank should be. While this bank, like nil banks, must bo oper ated for profit, it does not for n moment lose sight of its higher duties to its customers and to the public. We invite you to Jook over our record of real service to this community. Four per cent paid on time deposits. ' HOME BANK OFJ?GREtCITY