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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY. AUGUST 12, 1921,
Low Cost Mileage For the Big Car Every FiskTire is a guar antee that you will get mileage at a low cost. For satisfaction, safety and economy you buy a "sure thing" when you ' buy Fisk Tires. You are safe when you bwy a known and repu table product at a low price Sold only by Dealers A Store of Friendly Service What store is ready to serve you every hour of the day every day of the year? To what store do you instinctively go when you want to use the phone or buy a stamp? What ,- . store do you trust with your life when you're ill? Your Drug Store, of Course n, - 4. ..lYou're welcome at this drug store whatever. 'AfP'' y'ur errand. Call on us for toilet articles ltfc cigars and cigarettes, candy and all drug 'i aundlies. Let us compound your prescrip- ULtibna for you. r!7. a. ii n i J- c i l J. .ipRIMHRi WC sell ail iviuuo ui fju..a(G ipkw '&W You'll find a complete line of j? U'l'. I-... ...... .p UrivMuet Medicines here. We recommewx , am'dgtMantee them. We have everything ft fittt class drug store should have vaa HUfi aL post cards. Gome in. . i.. Henninger Drug Co. z&3te2s& 39x9 The Inevitable. If there's any smart aleckltude la young man lt' likely to crop oat when bo meet you la a mowing door. Kansas City Sttr. 0 Literature Immortal. Books m the metempsychosis, tM ytnbol sad preiu of Immortality. ffb dead r scattered, tnd npna shall .find Uitm; bat behold they are her. H. W. Beeeher. Win Observation. Jud Tunkloi ssys a man who travels for pleaaure these days baa tot to b somebody who doein't caro about ex pensea. o Ancient London Market. London's oldeat marktta are aald to be Smlthfleld, where cattle were Fold la 1180, and Billingsgate, which la reouted to have been founded In 400 D. 0. Our Sympathy. The Sentinel extends Its deep sym pathy to O, J. Snoncer by the death of his dear wife, which occurred in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday of last week, August 2, 1921, at the age of 61 years. Mr. Hncncer. with his brother. J. W.. founded the Mound City News in Au gust, 1879, and in 1881 they sold the apcr to ms brother, rerry J and J. I. Hi Ink, and the same year these brothers, G. J. and J. V went to St. Jocph anil founded the Kvening News. While a resident of our county, the bereaved husband met Miss Klizabcth Ilraetr. an adontcd child of the ate Thos. S. tlragg and wife, of Hickory township, and they became husband and wire. Mis. spencer was but a mere little tot when adopted, and she grew to a splendid womanhood, and throughout her married life filled her place beside her now heart-broken husband to its very fu est. home fifteen years ago the family removed to New Mexico, where they resided for some time and later went to Texas. Besides her husband Mrs. Spencer Is survived by two sons and two daugh ters, lvan, ray and lluth, or San An tonio, Texas, and le, of Denver, Colo, o Suddenly Called. John It. Maddox, representing the Carpenter I'uper Company, of Omaha, ami a regular caller on The Sentinel and the mcrchnnts of our city for many years, died suddenly in a hotel at Crete, Nebraska, on Monday of last week, Aug. 1. Mr. Maddox had called on his Crete customers, and was sitting In the hotel, when apparently a sharp pain struck him very suddenly, lie fell to the floor unconscious ami died a few hours after. The body was taken to his home In Omaha. Mr. Maddox was one of the mot popular salesmen making our city, lie was so -rnlal and companionable, ever looked on the bright side of life, and never hail a giouch because you failed to place nn onlcr with him, tind con tented himself by rcmaiking "perhaps you'll lie needing something next time." He wn one that you were ever gtud at his coming and regretted Ids going, because of his companion ability. Kindly, Maddox, good-night. Jul). 1921, Marriage.. Itccniiler Slmpmn hasn't been as busy us n leal busy bee during the month nf July icconling marriage li censes, for he only issued three during the month, while thcie were seven that went to St. Joseph to get their licence. Why nut pati unite home folks? The following Holt county people arc now married folks: I'aul Adams, of lllgelnw. and liene I In lily, of Tabor, Iowa, at Tabor, June 29. S. M. Alger. Multland. and Mrs. A. K. Kelly, I'orcst City, In St. Joseph, July 'jr.. Uaud linker anil naici iiiucnwaier. both of l orbcs, In Corrillo, Colo., July 21. Claud Cooper nnd Doris liiny, of Crulir. in Troy. Kansas. July 28. James Minn and Mrs. loru itiu, ot Mound City, in Omaha, Neb., July 7. Ashcr Hester and Mrs. wnma juris tic, at Holyokc, Colo,, July 3. IJaJnh .Miller and Nellie noon, i-or est Cltv. In St. Joi-ciih. July 8. Kenneth Ncdrow, of Maltland, and Kern Rroves, of Skidmorc, In St. Jo seph, Aug. 1. Zachar ah Watson, or forest UIV. and Mary Wade, of Mound City, July 18. Lew is E. Ward and Mrs. llhoda Pcarcc, of fowls. Mwa, In Oregon, July So. by II. M. uungan, rrooate Jud ire. Henry T. Iloscberry nnd Mary hui- rus, or Mound Uty, JUiy au, uy itev, K. Jones. T. II. Kitimaurice. Koiest City, and Mnrv E. ila dw n. 1 utte. Mont., ut ba vannah, July 23, by Ilcv. A. D. Secllg. Thin u the sma est numoer unrcei of licenses Issued in our county thus fur this year. Those Two Cronies. Thi. Krntlnpl was made clad Wed ncwlay last by the coming of two of Mitltlund's splendid cltzcns, W. II. (illbert uml J. II. I'lckes, who cume down, lir I ni nir the election returns, The foimer is a little, some eight years the senior of the latter, they uro liotli a pair of live wires just the same. Mr. ! ekes Is u nai ve oi rennsyi vanla. und was bom December -J, 18.12. uml us no nunc un carin, v.iu mwl Vilstir left It. Ho has been a resilient ot lion County, since 187fi, and for years was iino of our very lct teachers; ms nrst sciiool on coming hcio was the Woods; In. tnupht tho Union. Mineral Springs, New rolnt, anil others, mrming an me time nn tho side, lie iUll teaching in 1904: an dtook up farming as a per- mnnnnt loli. and wo cucss he made good, for In a way ho lives a retired life in Maltland, and to keep him out of mischief lie munuges the telephone vntim of his town. lie married Annie, a uaugnicr oi uir late Ocorgo Trltt, on hl birtnuay 1880. They havo a daughter, now Mrs. Robert A. llusch. of St. I.OUlS nnd Ihnv also linvo a crunddauchter, Mr. (filbert Is 77 years young, and landed in Maltland in 1881, the year that eaod old town was Incorporated He has been there ever since, and he and his good wlfo have been soil nartners for sonic 65 years. He Is veteran of tho civil war and served In the 73d Indiana Inf., They have threo children, W. H., being tho editor of the Savannah Democrat. On coming to Maltland. he took charge of the Malt land section of the C. U. & Q., which job he held for several years, quit and went Into the meat business, quit and is now taking life easy; may it ever be so with you and yours Hank," AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAA' V V VVTVVVVTVVVtVtVVV V VttVVt V W V wv ; A mi . . i xt i ne most imponant men s rews 2 t 4- y r I y y t r t f t f Y t t t Every day until August 15tb, we shall be prepared to remove tonsils and adenoids and refract the eyes for glasses. We operate during the fore noon and test eyes in the afternoon. DRS. W. J. AND E. M. FINDLEY, Grabam, Ho, in this Paper is that the FINAL REDUCTION in Men's Clothing, Hats, and Furnishings is onNow at DAWSON'S. The sporting page may hold your interest for awhile--or the society news may keep you en grossed for the time being but here is a sale that 99 out of the 100 men can come to, and find enough material to spend two hours at and then not have enough of the bar gains. Don't let us close this sale before you get in on these prices. Read them now think them over to-night and come ready to do business to-morrow at the lowest prices you have ever seen in the last six years. $25 and $30 Suits $17.50 $35 Suits . . . $22.50 $40 Suits . . . $36.00 $45 and $50 Suits . $36.00 $6.50 and $6.00 Bats $4.00 $12.00 Shoes . . $6.50 X V t T t T You'll have to hurry, Mister! This sale closes with the Chautauqua, August 15. N. B. In stock, Railroad King Overalls and McDonald's Work Shirts. DAWSON'S THE MAN'S STORE WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY In-which we double- cross a master TALK ABOUT dime noreli. THEY BENT Jim down. TO TCXA8 to InveitJff&to. t 80ME OIL wolU there. WHICH THEY mJUt bur. IF JIM alJ O.K. AND HE wnn to report. DY WIRE In secret cojo. NOW ENTER tho Tlllaln. A SLIPPERY crook. GOT WIND of IL AND TRAILED Jim down. COPIED OFF his codo. ... AND DRIDED a boob. ... IN THE tolesrnph brunch, ... SO THE crook could get. THE EARLIEST word. ... AND CORNER stock. ... AND WORK a hold up. IT LOOKED Ilka oar coin. ... OUT JIM cot wljo. AND THREW w7 hi. o4 AND WHEN he imti. THE FINAL dopfl. ... HC FOILED tho TllUln. THE MESSAQE Juit dtl.l "CHESTERFIELD." ... AND HIS directors know. THAT ALL was w.ll. WITH THOSE oil wolU. ... FOR OIL men know. THAT 'CHESTERFIELD- ram "THEY SATISFY." YOU'LL know you'vo "struck It rich" when you dUcovor Chesterfields. You'll ay "they satisfy." A wonderful blend the nick of Turkish and Do mcstic tobaccos put together in tho Chesterfield way toil's why "they satisfy." And th Chesterfield blend coplcdl blend can not bt Did yon Anew about tha Chttftfkld petkat oflOT CIGARETTES Liggett St Mnm Tobacco Co. Ulind's Fine Cllmite. The Island of Mujorca, one of the Balsertc Isles off the coast of Spain In the Mediterranean sea, Is believed to have .the finest climate In the world. The temperature remains practically stationary at 70 decrees tnd breezes blow constantly. Has Peer Opinion ef Percy, Percy Hoodies says that when be asked tb. capitalist' daughter what b. would do If he got a Job as news paper reporter, she said she would ex pect bis first day and bis last day to com. before bis pay day. Dallas Hws. Foxy Papa, mat did the bride's father d. as Ut happy coupler1 "He boufbt their railroad tickets." "Ah!" "Bat At' happy pair didn't dlscorer until attar tW cot oo the train that their tick. , Sjti read cdy on. way." Blnnlnsjhana .