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Mir i p . I : THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, June 17, 1921. IllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllWIIIIIIIIIIIIII JUST TWO MORE I SATURDAYS LEFT TO BUY YOUR j FURNISHINGS AT COST Shirts, 1 Collars, n 1 Sox, 1 and Ties, jj 1 Underwear, 1 jf Overalls, J Jumpers, J and Shoes, Good Suit Cases, jj 1 Traveling Bags v and Trunks. g I Prices Make Buying Very Easy. Fuhrman's Toggery 4 4 Ladies! Here is Your Chance Nothing Like It. SPECIAL PRICES NOW. COME EARLY! Hnve your choice and save money. I have rc duccd and almost Hacrificcd prices, and all my Htock. COME! MY LOSS IS YOUR GAIN! MRS. E. A. NETHERLAND MILLINERY Oregon, Mo. t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tlic Ford Model T One Ton Truck was ilie first low price truck to carry the worm-drive that tremendous power delivering mechanism had previously been an exclusive feature with high priced motcr trucks. In the Ford Truck, however, you get the worm-drive of manganese bronze material, absolute1 in strength and positive in the delivery of power, at a vcrv low price. Come in and let us point out the many superior merits cf the Ford Or.c Ten Trucit, Iwcausc you need one in your work. Wc e'uc prompt and efficient repair service. HUEVKS-URAGU AU1U V-U, f Oregon. : Missouri Lv7A Sunday School Convention. Joint convention of Fortut nnti Mln lon-Blgelow township Sunday school was field at idle wiwe,wSunday, June JZ, 1921. Sunday school at the regular time. Opening song, "Loyalty to ChrUt," followed by scripture and prayer by Hrother Martin. Talk, "Why Wc Are Here." S. M. Coffman. Talk, "The County Sunday School Map As It Is, and What We Are Trying to Make It," MIm Green;" "The Sunday School Aoclatlon, Its Alms and Accomplish mentis" Mio (inklll. Talk by Mr. Coffman. Appointment of nominat ing committed" Kote.t township: J. M. Shumate, (5, V. Hopper: .Mlnton lllgelow townrhlp: Mr. Etht! Of born, Mrs. Myrtle Dickinson, Mrs. A fi nes Khcle. Closing song, "Take the Name of Jesus With You." I'aer by Brother Vandevcer. Afteinoon sefsloni Opening song, "Bringing In the Sheaves;" scriptuif reading and talk by Brother Neighbours', pimciplc thought, "Co-operation." Song, "What n Friend We MBVe In Jesus." Prayer by Brother Neighbours, followed by song, "In the Sweet Bye and Bye. Talk, "Oignnlicd Young People' Class," Miss 1-cnn Lawrence. 1! trunks by Brother Coffman. Talk, "Adult Class Serving," Mis. Geo. Hopper. Brother Neighbours, substituting for Brother Jones, gave us n talk on Mis sionary Instruction in the Sunday school, and an explanation of Mission ary lntructon as meant by the chatt. A rousing talk on "The Value oftirad nl Instruction for Children," b Mrs. it. E. Teihune. Mr. Earl Wilson then took up the subject, "Making the Workers' Conference Effective," Iteport of nominating committee: Koiest district I'lesldent, S. M. CofT man; vlce-piesident, Leo Henry. ectc-tary-tieasuier, Frank Mills: adult su perintendent, Albert Martini Young feoplc's superintendent, Tihc L. llevln; Chlldien'n superintendent, tiracc Kfncrs Administration "vison, Mrs. Halph Meyer. Mlnton-lligclow: l'ieldent, Mrs. P. I.. Hlnkle vice piesident, 1.. W. Notleyi secntuiy treasurer. Mrs. K. M. Osborn .tdult superintendent, Mr. E. E. lloydi young peoples superintender". Hoy lllnklc: chtldien' superintend!' . Mi. Mary Bain; administration v ion, Mrs. Julia Jones. Then we were favored by tw num ber fioni the male nuartette ' For est City. Following this wc - ns missed to meet In various place, for our divisional confeiences, where we got some instruction and plan, of the work of th year for the new ''lift'; After the conferences we werr called together bv the song. "Take the Nurm; of Jesus With You." I)lcuu,n of chart by Miss (ireen, and rrroit " Sunday schools. Bound tabic discus sion, with Dan K. Wilson ns leader. Following this, we were favoml by o duet by Mrs. Fied Whipple and Mrs. B. L. Hlnkle. Then Brother Howtr ton gave nn Inspirational talk. Offer ing was then taken. Then Mn Gas kill took a few moment to encourage us to take the Sunday School Times, to make us better prepau-d. Installation of officer, and player by Brother Neighbour. A good ciowd was In attendance at the convention. X- X. Miss Fannie M. Simmons, of Car rollton, who ha been visiting with J. K. Illevin and family, of the Idle Wilde district, for the past two weeks, will leave Saturday for Abilene, Kan sas, where she will visit a short time with her brother, J. L. Simmons, of that city. Oregon Will1 Celebrate JULY Y y Y y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y V t Y Y Y Y Y Y i Something Doing all the Time. Come Early and Stay Late. 4 th im. j. .siiuniN, the eye sight specialist and optome trist, of Kock 1'ort, Mo., who I so well known for his superior ski In fitting defective eyes, that will relieve headache and eyestrain, will again be in Oregon, roresi .n nu ..iuuh.. City, on one or his leguiur ir p ui the Gladstone hotel In Mound City, Thursday, June 30 at the hotel In Ore gon, Friday, July 1, and at hotel In LV-..I flu-. Knturdav. Julv 2 to test eye and fit glasse. that will relieve your headache nnd eye trouine. uc makes glasses that fit. All work strict ly guaranteed. Should any one want to know any further particular con cernlng his practice, kindly call Mr.h. Geoffroy at the Forest City meat mar ket, who has known him for the past fiv venrtf. mm vi o uiso rjvs auuu. 500 of hi putient In Atchison county, Mo. He will be heie once every month. He doc not canvas. Adv. .Missouri Farm Cennu. er. n slightly larger proportion than The report of the federal census In 1U1U. bulletin pertaining to our state for 1020 Is now on our table, and It show that while ,MIsourl la prosperous, as Of the farms, on which repot ta were received as to mortgages, 4U per cent were free of mortgages compareu . ... rri,. nw ..nnoornvil. vet 'with 1)3 ner cent In 1010 4t,r h been a decided falling off The total amount of farm debt in ,Jn the number of farms In the stute. 11920 was 210,0OO,000 or 28.8 per cent . . l l l.. tk.'lnf tntnl untnn. rnmnnrril with 11112,000,000 or'28.9 per cent of valuo Hn 1010. Average debt per moitgagcd farm was 3,147 In 1020, and si.ToH in loiu, Tha value of all produced In the stato in 1010 was $560,000,000, com norol with f211.000.000 in 1018. The value of 'all farm property In 1020 was 3,591 million dollars, com pared with 2,053 million dollars in The average value of land, not In cluding buildings, was $74.60 per acre in-lWO. arid $41.80 in 1010. Otnl.numoer oi iarm in 4-v U3kb - -rv JT11Y." Average sc,rsi e o wn As usual. Oreeon i eoinir to ob frtve the 4th of July with an old-tlnvi celebration. Make your plans now to attend. A POSITION within SO days after srrgduatlon or tuition refunded. and 124.8 J Send for catalogue. Grand Island Given lleavv Fine. Vnr telllnir wild ducks In violation of the federal migratory blnl treaty oi Vn.tt.rnl Imliro Jiirnh Trieber. at Little nock, Ark., last week, imposed mnvlMlim tlMnntttpa Oil Jf.hn HOWly and Nick Gumo, ut the .May term oi court. Hardy was fined s&uo, wnno Gurno wa sentenced to six months In jail nnd assessed In addition b fine of JSO. It was'auegeii inni uoin m i" accused have been leading figures In Illegal traffic In wild ducks, tiotn nat nr.. vlnii.lv licen arraigned in federal court for violation of the game law. Th. Wave Itetloctlnn. The State Bureau of Labor statistics otHmntoi thnt 55.000 .Missouri railroad employe are nnd will be affected by me avcrnge r- per cent cui in nnleinl hv the United State railroad board, effective July 1, 1021, and that this nrmv will receive less total pay by $11,220,000. The average yearly wages cut Is $204. o Fords Tumble. "Yer Uncle Henry" has notified hi dealers that the Ford motor cars must be sold at lower prices, nnd has1 told these dealers that touring cars and roadsters have been cut $25, making them $488.09 and $423.13, respectively. Sedans Have been cut $35, making the price for these at $848.22: coupe and standard trucks, $60, making tho price now $780,54 and 662.10 respectively. BASE BALL GAME, FREE MOVING PICTURES, GOOD SPEAKING, GOOD MUSIC, BASKET DINNER IN PARK PROGRAM NEXT WEEK. t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y y Y Y Y y Y y y y y Y y y Y y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y y Receiver's Sale AT FORBES, MO., in the W. S. Hodgin Building . We are starting a Volcanic Eruption a Price Explosion. We bought from A. W. Seeman, receiver, the entire Stock of Gen eral Merchandise at fifty.-five cents on the dollar. This stock will be sold at below wholesale price. Remember our Shoe Sale---Mens', Boys', and Children's. We don't meet prices, we make them. Our Sale is Starting Saturday, June 18, 1921 Mrs. 3, H. Keeves, daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Buley and daughter,. Miss u '!- . mi iaz.2 'Acres- in-i iviv. i .'BT A in into. i iA . J Business uouege et)raa t ummv rnances, nave oeen vistitng ue p VW 3& veBty-five.preic4'tlse .iotsd Utft and Lesding Busintss iTTjto- iwetk with Father and Mother , S Men's Blue and Heavy Express Stripe Overalls, Bale price $1.19 Men's Heavy Khaki Pants, sale price. .$1.18 Hoys' Unionnlls, sale price . $1.69 Hoys' Corduroy Pants, sale price 79c Outing Flannel, snle price lGc Unbleached Muslin, sale price 7 l-2c One Jot of Silkateen and Cretons 15c Calico, yard 9c Oil Cloth, yard 29c, Men's Red and Hltie Handkerchiefs, ! for 2."c COc Towels, each 29c Ladies' 15c Handkerchiefs, -1 for 2.ric Embroidery and Insertions, up to 10c, sale price 2 l2c Hoys' Heavy Work Shirts !9c All Small Ribbons, yard 5c Men's Wool Hose, pair 25c BARGAIN SALE IN LADIES' HOSE One lot of Children's Shoes 98c Coats Thread, spool 5c Men's Gloves, pair 9c Men's Summer Underwear, garment. ., ,39c Minnesota Best Linseed Oil Paint $2.95 Stationery, box igc 10 pounds Best Granulated Sugar 73c 6 bars Electric Spark Soap 25c No. 2 Tomatoes, dozen cans 85c No. 3 Tomatoes, dozen cans $1.20 Pancake Flour, package 9c Quaker Oats, small package 10c Bornx, packngo ioc Flour, -IS-pound sack '....$2.00 All Coffees, pound 25c Bulk Coffee, pound ir,c Brown Sugar, pound 7c Corn, can ..... ioc Seed, 3 small packages for 10c Seed, 3 large packages for 39c 7 packages Washing Powder 25c Corn Starch, package 10c Arbuckle's Tea, half-pound packages. . . .30c Bee-Du Dip, bottle 70c Soda, 10c package, 3 for 25c Soda, Cc package, 7 for 25c Raisins, 10-.oz. package 25c Luna Soap, 10 bars for 38c ALL HARDWARE AT BIG REDUCTIONS. Stoneware Jars, special price. 10c gallon' CHASNOFF & ENTIN FORBES, MO.