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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, lf)21.
I1 a 1 iV' I I 1 HAITEN1NGS OF INTEREST, AS RECORDED BY DELPHEUS ' 1 Mm. WJDIafn. lgoe and children, aad Miss Cella' Jkesey, of St. Joseph, cane up. Tuesday evening cf last week, and spent a few day here nt the J. T. Birmingham home. Ralph and Carl Watt left Wodnes day of last week, for Kansas City. . J. P. Monack, of Trlplette, Mo., emmc up, Tuesday of lust week, to lek after his fim, west of town. " Misses Kate Brodbeck, Agnes Baker, and Lloyd Lease, who have been attending the summer chool nt Matyviltc, leturncd home Thurs day of tat week. .vi. i'. uniDic mnuc a Business inp Sirs. Catherine Tiutey and baby, of Oregon, came down the latter part of Ian week, and I making a vilt heie with her grandmother, Mrs. Thomas Hill, aunt and uncle, Mr. and Sirs. J. M, Shumate and family. Mb Ethel Cass, who has been making a two week' vllt here with her folio, A. II. t':i? and family, went to Snvannah Saturday evening, where she made a visit nt the A. J. Landers' home, and returned to Kansas City, Sunday evening. Mrs. George Reeves, who hbd been In the Sitters' hospital In St. Joseph the pa.t thiec weeks, returned to St. Jon ph, Thursday of last week, home Saturday afternoon, and Is C. A. Slo-ejr went to Fortescue, 'getting better, but is not uble to be Friday of last week, where he spent ;up yet n few days with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chasj Rhodes, , Mrs. Arthur. Crane and two chil dren, of Drowning, Mo., camo up, Thursday of lat week, and ore mak ing a two weeks' visit with her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. James Quick, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. E. Geoffrey returned home Thursday cf hist week, from Delia, Kan., and was accompanied lame by her father, J.,W? Dunn. Pierre Car tcron remained at Delia, Kan., for a longer stay." Mrs. Anna If. Field went to Craig, Friday evening, where she mode a few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. j'eblcy, and family, Mrs. Harrison Walker and grand son, Leslie Dunn, went to Salem, Neb., Saturday, where they made u few days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Bid Vandever, and family. -Miss Isabel .M. Lease, of Great The relatives and friend from abroad, who attended the funeral of Otto Mallard, which was held at the .Methodist chuich here, Saturday after noon, were: Mrs. Kcllcy, Mrs. Hell ami Daughter, Hachcl, nnd son, Char ley .11 rs. .Mildred .immcrman. .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse N'tizum and son, Mr. and Mrs. Flovat Nuzum, Mrs. George .Nuzum, .Mrs. rotter, Herman and Dave I'ottcr, all of White Cloud, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hnrtmun, of Topcka, Knn.j Mrs. Harold Allcom, Coffey ville, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Ilrady Chesney and baby, of Falls City, Neb.; Opal Chesney. of Reserve, Kan.; Mrs. Minnie I.ovclady, of Mound City; Frank Ilenjamin, of St. Joseph; Her bert Hlchardsnn, of Uniaha, .Neb, Mr., and Mrs. J. B. Stalcup left Mrnday In their ear ior Vforjhington, lnd., where they' will attend a family reunion of the Stalcup family. They expect to be gone- two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Scott, Mrs. L. J. Scott, Mrs. Ntr. Dickson arid two children, motored over to Highland, Kan., Sunday mornlr.g, where they spent the day with their brother and son, Mr. and Mrs. V. Walter Scott, and family. Th- II. I!. Class of the Christian church Sunday school held Its regular monthly meeting, Wednesday night, Aug. old, at the home of Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Shumate. After the devotional fiat t, n program was given and enoyed iv all. Refreshments, consisting cf chicken, sandwiches, pickles, cake and orangeade wcie served to about fo guests. The next class meeting will be Wednesday night, Sept. 7. Itev. and Mrs. Henry Neighbours left Tuesday afternoon In their car for n two weeks' outing In Kansas nnd Colorado. They expect to be gone two weeks. The Farmers' Shipping Associa tion shipped two cars 6f hogs from heie to the St. Joseph market, Tues- ilnv. -SIrs. Tlcc Speer returned home to Taiklo Monday evening, after a few days' visit here with relatives. Mrs. Lee Slushcr, daughter and son. of Kansas City, came up here Wednesday of last week, where they made a few day' visit with their uncle nml nunt, Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Kmery. Mrs. Slusher and daughter left here Sunday for Illanchard, Iowa, where they arc making a visit with other irlfttives. Mrs. Finest I.unsfnrd nnd son, Floyd, returned to their home al Mnryvills, Mo., after an extended visit .uips .uury uinKie, oi uigciuw, T .iarviiis, .uu. mn-i ,m .--.vi,.... . .... came down. Mnmlnv nf lnt week, nml nround here with relatives and friends. spent u few days heie at the C. S. Krncst went to Clcarmont, Mo., wheie McKcc home, returning home Thurs-thc will cany on the singing for u day evening. meeting. er y J t f y y y y t y t y y t y y y y y y t y y y y THE START IS ALL IMPORTANT You arc growing older each day and will not always be as active as you are today neither will your earning capacity be as great. Are you preparing for future needs by saving a little now while you are still able? Why not be onejof the four out of 100? Saving now is insurance against old age pov erty. i Any day is a good day to save, but today is the best day to start. Wc pay four per cent on time deposits, let your savings help you earn. y y t X Dr. Walker was a St- Joseph visitor, Sunday,. j Gertie Hagerty went to St. Joseph Sunday, where "she will spend a few day with relatives and friends. Mrs. Sadie Scrogglns and Mrs. Mollie Sipes spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Bill Guyer. 'Mrs. Charlie Whltmoro, of SU Joseph, came up Saturday evening to spend a few day with Mr. S. h. Taylor. V-MIss Marie Kempt, of Sedalla, Mo., Is visiting Miss Mary KIcffer, and friends. Miss Gladys Sire- spent Saturday nlcht and Sunday with Florence and J , Flossie Block. y y y y y Mr. nnd Mrs. 1. S. Stull spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Parker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Cotten spent Monday in St. Joseph. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hughes, of Falls City, Neb., died Saturday morning, Aug. 6, at a hos pital In St. Joseph, and was brought back to Forbes for burial. Mis Mollic Cotten spent Satur day night and Sunday with Elizabeth McAfee. Mrs. Edith Bowers went to St. Jo-cph, Monday. Mis Bessie Cannon returned limi WottnucHuv nf Init week, from t I Stcwartsville, Mo., where she had been i ! for the past two months. 4A I Mrs. Sadie Hall and son, Leonard, 7f y 'nil Mnnl H hi lm mhliinn n . ,.r ' """"" -We arc clad to learn of Cuitl .Mrs. U r. .Mills anil nnugnur 5!ir ,u' h j::1!"',?' 'J:, in e Um,X M I 1 n i to o. F.iiy,.whe,e thy i,- ""'rn;, iccelved n the Stallnrd car wieck 'spent a few days witn ner parenis.) with leathc ixnd friends, uturnlnK,;"" Fmnkwent here I riday even ng. I -Mr,! Mary Hill of r Blgelow. came over Sunday morning and spent the wnTtinr ffift M hw" 8m" week, at the J. T. Birmingham home. I '"A hc, h daughter, Mrs. nlnf. -C. K. Nolnnd shipped a car of.J- Hit ' i i i Chri.llan Church Notes. I hoes to t'ie St Jcitrnh minket Tliui. .Miss Grace LonB Illumed hume rnrl V i ....... o,,liV.' n m' ito5of last w -t k n,U" with Ml. Klsic Eacl-, of the Hlgli- .Sunday school every tun day at . .lay or last wtylc. stuidav cvcnlnir. while "'flock n. m. .Breach ng sei vices even i 'tin i ifitiiin runtiiiv". in 11 it. i HOME BANK rip i?npi?QT pitv VA- 1V1UJU1 VXX X XWtingTsu X ' forty-one at V i uur i.nauiauqua i I year, and a goodly numl iii. ' f....:i:.. . hi iiint thn niuhL and Suiuluv. fCCon' nine nod tna.'c a few dais vis t here I . !!!l". Vl-ll' uml 1 "' with his M-ter, Mr. and Mis. Geeigc'""-- vu',c l -"fl" visiiois, .nonuuy. Stroud and family. -tatui.lay cvinlng L. 1. yulnn, -Mr.. Anna Kn.er and daughter, "f clt' hal 0cilund cur Mis Grace, v.eiv shopping in fct. Jo-, to.cn at Olegon. It was lccucivd keph, ThuiMtay of last week. ,ut It chville, Monday. -Mrs. Win. Galbraith und son, Wll- --"! Hake madu a business tilp hr u m T...i. ,-ui,,.... L-.i.u.. to bt.Jo-vnh.. Monday. .Mj. and llu. V. 11. Johnson und . "? V- !"'"-. "" m., and S p. m. Kveiybcly Is cordia -ly Invited t attend these crvlcc. G. W. MAXWKI.L, I'astor. Mr. and Mr. S. J. McGInnls nnd chlldicn, of Illunchiiinl, Imva, came down Saturday evening and made a visit heie with hi siftel, Mr. w.d Mis. O. K. Enuiy, leturnlng hom. Hon, who left hue last Oetober. have slx-cyli.ulci llulck car Hum iciliune . .j'v jj p r1(,mnfin, of St. Jo-U-en sunding the past month in Col- ' "v . . . , '...nli Wn, heie nnd held one of the uradn, Oklahrma nr.d ,-uthern Mis-' oung, agent., at Mound llty, 'P' , v' 3 m"ctliiR at the ouri. ictumed here Ihursduy of lust -J- I ilzmaui Ice made u ""I- ''u' . SS,eh XiSa? elnft wee, and exject to make their home i trip to St. Joseph Saturday. Meth-n J"h;ri5tI;t,7 !. with us again. "Thne's not another )'' n,',il"- l0W fau f ot nricVeral das-rof thirweek with her place like old Holt county." ;I!lnghait, Okla.. wcie In our city on 'n"'" V,.0' .nj Mr;.j.K.Mar- -Miss Orpha Stewart, of Oicgon, business. Satudray. R a mlpai enU. Mi. and .Mrs. J. cume down. We-lnesday of last week, I , -Mis. 'lice Sspecr, of Tarklo, came tin, near .Nap cr'. returned to and is making I. visit heie with her down SatunUy, and .pent a few days f ' J ' Jo'cph. Sutuiday cvs- aunt and uncle. Mr. und Mrs. Cad 'ic .with. Mrs. I.ytla fcpecr, and .Mr. M.j I I, In Sneur home visited her mother, Mrs. Ada Bridges, Saturday night. A good many were out to prayer Sunday night, iherc were Sunday school; collection, Chautauqua was fine, this goodly number aticnacu, eathcr. Cotten and daughter, Goldte, and Mr. and Mrs. Worth Anno, and chlldicn, of Forest, nnd Mr. und Mrs. Kd Cotten. and COMING TO FOREST CITY, MISSOURI X IN THEIR BIG TENT- !A. J. McAfee home. THE FLETCHER STOCK CO.kSvSE I . J!'. H - ONE WEEK, STARTING- i"""" M:"-. No Bonus Until win. ' There seems to be no doubt as to the I success at the polls, August 1', of the amendment of a bonui tn all cx-sol- J diers of the World War, at the rate of lit) per month of actual service. Hut our soldier boy have a long time tu wait before; they get their money, probably a lot g, if not lrnger than if their claims wcie against the gov ernment. Another legislature will have to pro vide the machinery for the law, al though the act Itself carries much of the machinery and provides that the levy to meet the 5 rer cent interest on I the bonds of IS million dollars, cic ating n sinking fund to extinguish the j bonds In twenty years, shall bo fixed ns MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1921 - OPENING PLAY "THE YANKEE DOODLE BOY" IN FOUR ACTS. NEW PLAYS AND SPECIALTIES LADIES ritr.i; Monda Night, one lady will be admitted FREE with enrli paid ticket, and the war tax. I'ltlCK.' Adult. 3r: Kids 1.20 a dozen, war tax included. SHOW STARTS AT 8:30 P. M. Baker, und family. Mrs. V, H. Broek wa vis Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Heibcit Thay ,tInKianlil sX aVo'n. Dave, and 'hp hf IZl Mi' Anna Schn.fer, o, the Bagby d-, nil. n rfn t hjr of M,s. T? . Iil,"i.1u KC " -Mr and Mrs. Elmer Allen and Oliver illankcnhip, cf Conrad, '.n vainer, spenj me uuj, .iu..ua ui oreiron. were visiting lowc, .a..,e .-.nu..y. .mi) i milking u ,tne w. ll. scnuciier nomv. ViV-J,v. .,t the I F "Mills home. ' visit 'here at the Jee Wies home. I , -Ma.y Thel.na 1'ilcc, o Mouml Mcnrfw. at the 1 I V J'- -Lum Itlchey, of near Mound City,1 City, came down Friday nnd Is mak- "l 'tl,u and last week, and Mis. Ll.-iie- Wuldion, of this city In u visit heie with her sister, Mis. f, f' Vl-lAtiv" In KansSJ Cltv. were un.ted ... murm.ge at Mound, Hcichcl Baker, ami family. Mr nml M rl. Chester I.ukcnn and City, Jhur:uy. Aug. 4. we extendi .' i ia v.oimn io famllv of Holton, Kan.; Mr. and Mr, our congrutulatlcnn und wish them a vannah, Wednesday of last week, $ ol n,!"';, 'f Whltmoro. long.urp); life. where she Is attend ng t he Uiautuu- j; 'Jhbur Hunt. wi.J -C. K. Sentncy, of Wichita, Kan., iua and visiting with lelatlves. hX: of Mound City; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. and his wife, oi Kanas City, came, I -"!" Wb and bam Gonon,' "a J lg y, ' MM Eilnn Thursday of last week, und wne here 'cf itobinson, Kan., came bunduy morn- V;k 'crc, Stevens and son, at their home a few days, returning : In" and spent the .day with their WV, Ml. Lucia 10 U,7ir.hTnla?:, , CJ!!r3Z7rrC. Mt Jnn;ot Moberly. Mo,, all took din- uunuiu .iwi uiianu uiiu win, . ...... llolckow, Mo., nie making a visit here her yard, .Monday mornl with relatives and friends, We are glad to leurn that Marie Cunningham, who is tn a hospital in Kt Joseph, where she was operated on for appendicitis, is improving. N. F. Boiler has a Chinese cu cumber on exhibition in the Home Bank window. C. J. Huuber, of the St. Joseph Hay and Grain Co., was transacting business in our city, Thursday of lust week. Mrs. Chas. Musecr, of St. Joseph, who had been making a visit here with her brother, Oscar Moore, and family, returned to her home, Friday, and was accompanied by her mother, Mre. .Robert Moore, and Mrs. Oscar Moore and son, who spent a few days it the Musser heme. Oscar and his son, Harold, went down Sunday morn lag. Mrs. George Trice, of Mound City, came down, Thursday of last week, and spent a few days here with her daughter, Mrs. Herschcl Baker, and 'fenry Field and wife, of High land, Kun., ftirmerly of this city, will move to Oregon, this week, one of her wiists. I)r, iilig bi caking " '"'d "l,ent th!li,ay,' Monday, at the ling, weak iK Mr)lwl. hom(.. Thc f,Cgolng Includ- h.Vrf , lg MrLi.nd Mrs. Bwlght Meyer and ami she. ;g,gal ng very well. " j ('u jhte,M r. anTsirs". 5? Ji Itay--Mr. and Mrs. Benin told and n,' ' n ,Up.llt thc day. Sun baby, of this city, and Mrs. Nate n. nn ,1' j j hens an(, fam,y, McGu re and chlldicn, of Olegon, "" A " spent the day, Sunday, with their pa rents, Mr. and Mis. John Ford, und family. MlsiCA Lulu and Bora Baker were visiting Friday land Saturduy In npnr Orceon Dr. J. A. ilopn repoits n ten rund son, born tn Sir. and .Mis. John W. Barrett, Tuesday morning, Aug. 0. G. B. Itlchmond, of St. Joseph, was In our city, Tuesday. Ilo had ucen Oregon, nt the Albert McGuIre home.,"';;";,, urc wlth -Charles Klngsley-Biant, of ia- hNnthcr Mm. ilUa Kostock, at vannah, came over Wednesday o. last ' Ji1' " ' u.!.. nn Iw.rn .vMtliiis ullh hi . Uiegon. A-tek. an dis here, .visiting with his. TI)wKht Mcyer shlppevl two cars of reai-gramimowiei, .ui. viiiu ". caUc tl) the St. Joscp -Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Markham, of ,uuohn Schaeffer an, family have , Joseph market, Tues- Kansas Citv. who have been making a visit with her parents, Sir. und Sirs. Josh Cole at l'lntner, Colo., stopped over heie Wednesday evening, of last week, while on their way home, and spent a few days with her sister, Sir. and Sirs. I V. Scott, returning homo ' Friday uftemoon. Sirs. Kate Gicincr and son, Har land, Sir. and Sirs. Georgo Sipes, of near Oregon, spent the day, Sunday, at thc D. N. Gainer home. JAMES J. HILL SAID A young, man has always had to help make his oppor tunities, and he must do that today, as ever. But young men fall more nowadays thun they useil to because they expect to reap almost as soon as they sow. They expect opportunities to come to them without applica tion, or proper shaping of things by themselves so that oppor- .....Ulna .lll ,1.1ft thai. wuv. Ynu Vinvn In krpn vnnr nvpe nnsn i nnd catch hold of things; they'll not cntch hold ox you as u rule. Don t wait for an opportunity to step up and tap you on the shoulder. If you have some ready money in this bank, you can tee, the opportunity coming and meet it on tho road. We will do our share toward making your relations with this bank profitable and pleasant. WE PAV FOUR PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS. ' I. j The Old Reliable BahK of Forest City rOMcfrT i inssouBi left in their car for Cheyenne Wells, Coin., where John has a faim. He expects to stay nut thcie a while. Sir. nnd Sirs. John Nolnnd, Sir. and Sirs. Oral Nolund nnd daughter, Mr. and Sirs. Chas. Hoover all took dinner and spent tho afternoon at the Huv Noland home, Sunday. Gurlnnd .Maple, of Slaiyville, was visiting u few days tho latter pait of last week heio with Floyd Lease. Howard Snivel', of Knnms City, Slo., came up here Thursday night of Inst week, nml made n few days' visit with his friends, Sir. and Sirs. Heibort Thayer. Sirs. Fred Beavers left Wednes day morning of last week, for Beth any, Sin., to be by the bedside of her sister, Sirs. Annie Nowl. There will be union services at tho churches Sunday evenings during the month of August. The services Sun day evening will be held in tho Chris tian church. , , , SIlss Dorothn Strattnn, who had been teaching school, near Seattle, Wash., came tho first of last week, nnd Is making n visit with her parents, Sir. and Sirs. R. L. Stratton, who now livo nt .Mound Clt'. Sir. nnd Sirs. L. A. Banks nnd family spent the day, Sunday, with his sister, Sir. und Sirs. James Hen derson nnd family, at Fortescue. Walter Scott, of Highland, Kan., came in Tuesday morning nnd spent a few days here with his mother, Sirs. T. J. Scott. The Forest City "Booster" base ball team played a game, Sunday afternoon, on ou ( r local diamond, against the Oregon second team. The score was 6 to 0 in favor of the "Boosters." ' x, . 7.1 J.u , ', J ''V thf "t,,t0 nU(lito'-. very much C. B. Class of the Christian Sjndav ',tw .ti im-i... nn. schiol. of Foiest Citv. had their class ti, ui. mot .'.-m i. ...n.i H I i l'after wWchTce a am anl 'fT'nK ,l,,h, ,h,dr &7"fr fIa'"l. upon to make provision for he sale of nid music, after which ice ci earn ami Velma and Harlan E tier, nt thc home bonds and the methods of administer. y-'"r" i nn.- mnivsk iii n uouutiess win be well along In the the county, and Is now woiklng to summer of 1!23 before thc money I build them a classroom. The c ass had -disbursed. The largest amount- any Its icgular business meeting with song 'one person can rocelvo will bo $250, and prayer, after which came music un,i thin must represent twenty-five and game, rcfieshments were served, months of service. For a less period and all departed for their homes, u- the recipient will receive $10 a month, poitlng a joyful evening. Those pres. .Thoc eligible must have served their iwcf,!. Cal,lc, Gla"' .A,Kn,c .?'cr rountry between thc periods of April 0, Ml diedLlmpp.Jeanand Ju uSjcKee.tiiijT, am November 11, 1018. None Mini umi ijora iiaKcr, uome wuicK, ,hall be entitled to a bonus unless he jyjse,i ' "' Class No. .1, of the Christian Sun day school, met with .Miss Slaiguerite Slurtlii. Thursday, Aug. -J. After a business session they enjoyed game mid c; forty present. Mrs, Georgo Human and daugh ter. SIlss Cecil, were visiting Friday In Forbes with their ton and brother, Sir. ami Sirs. Henry Spicckclmcycr and bnby. Slax PattcMni and Doyle Elder, of Oicgon, left here Saturday after noon for Arnold, Kan., where they will help Harold Patterson put In eOO acres of wheat. Tho Farmers' Shipping Associa tion shipped a car of hog to thc St. Jojeph maikct for Ed Nocllseh, Slon day, which topped the market at $10.!X. There wcie 70 head of hogs In the car, and they averaged 1W pounds. Sirs. W. F. Fitimnurlcc went to Lincoln, Neb., Sunday, where she Is making a two weeks' visit with her mother. Sirs. Ella Lowe. Ralph Prussmnn made a business trip to St. Joseph, Friday. o Obituary, Otto Conscr Stnllard was, horn Aug. 11, 1890, In Holt ocunty, .Mis souri, near Forest City, Slo., and de parted this life Aug. 4, 1021. He was converted at H years nf age, and united with the Slethodlsl chinch in Forest City, and had been a veiv devoted and active member to the day of his death Hazel and .Minerva Ford, Effle Stone, Slarlorie Brodbeck, Ethel nnd Ida Field, Ituby Rodley, Nellie Wilkes. Everett Shaffer, l.ec Williams, Chus. Cuss, George Anno, Joe Hopper, Cecil Elder, Harold .Moore, Bon and Lennls Shumate, Russell Elder, William Bad ley, .Millard Hood. Visitors were: Josephine Birmingham, Wilma Anno, Kntherlne SleKee, Sirs. Ferguson. JESS ANNO. President, ROBERT ANNO, Secretary. 0 ' On to Sedslia. Miss Slay Long, left early Slondny morning of this week, In her cur for Sedalla, to attend the state fair. She took with her the two baking teams that arc to demonstrate the making of dried peach short-cake and biscuits, SIlss Geneva Wc Bnke was honorably discharged and n bona fide resident of .Missouri for twelver months prior to April 0, 1017. A Success, The little pluy, "Sprues Cono and Bunchberry," given last Friday night, Aug. 0, by the Camp Fire Girls, wus n decided success. Every girl seemed suited to the part assigned to her and each showed some real talent. Ther entire evening's program wus rendered without a flaw. The Camp Fire Girls desire to thank the people of this community for their attendance and patronage. Tho pro ceeds of the evening were $33.30, and of this amount $16.60 was the Camp Fire Girls net share. Camp Fire Girls are expected to earn the money to pay their annual He Attended school at Forest City, ,??"!!' !I?L "H.W. W.n8.?f. hc finishing his high school woik in 1017. """J "'" "-"'n o '"' Ho completed a commercial course In t " 19IP ut I'lntt's commercial wonege in Miss Margaret McKcc and ,ueSi wjlich arc $j.oo per girl, and BJS m011!.' of , v "'f e'ow most of the money they made by glv i?i cluh,an,. ?" lit';r Ing the play, will be used for paying St .Wont,. Mn. The following venr ml .""' "'"' F.uf """ng wiin !, l.n.;.lnl,! U'llllnm .Teuel Colleen ' P.lm ?S (laught. pt lltctty, Slo, Iru A)klre, of. near Fortescue, nc im in h s car. tak nc wit! iter, Ermil, and son, WIN Ho wns'n member of the Slnsonlc Ta.X!1r, ., . , , ,,.i ,ntA tu' v0nuneaneonle of Forest P'aA Ing, with the educational City will mls him in their social nnd ' ' ? LJ "en,?'?1 J??? fa" cit" nccou,,t of thc ll,ncl"' of religious work nnd life, for he was K'.A'i0!1, l!! 7W t t ,?iV.i V..iK I h,s Partner, J. W. Kfcves, on Tuessilay. always ready nnd willing to do what-' A""',a,"',' f' i';,Kku? ""' '"iM"'' Mr. Bragg, accompanied by his wife, ever cnlled upon to do. ! r ;" ,,, " " , , 'Vf,' '"Ji! , started for home, driving a new rorif their dues, and the balance will buy some needed Camp Fire supplies. "Service," Is one watchwoid of the Camn Fire Glils, and they are serv ing this community at present by sell ing Chautauqua tickets. They have worked hard and have had very good success. o- Wrh. In Auto Jam Up. F. Bragg was called to Kan- is. -1....1. i,.t.i ,Dy car, ami win camp out. .nay nil moVher,' fathe;: and'one'VlsterV tolvc " Pleasant time and safe return mourn his loss, and whose devotion i nonle' to nlm could not lie surpassed, i lie tie which bound the family together was sincere nnd beautiful. The f unci ul services were conducted at tho Slethcdist church In Forest Citv by Ksv. Neighbours, Saturday, Aug. C. The remains were laid to rest In the Staple Grove Cemetery, Oregon, Slo., awaiting thc resurrection. Tho community extends their sin cere sympnthy'to the bereaved family. Card of Thanks. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Stallnrd and their daughter, Maude, extend their sincere thanks to the neighbors and friends for their profound expression of sympathy and neip in uieir nour oi sadness ana aeatn. i o W. C. Proud. M. D.. H:t. Ear. JTiroat :and Now Specialist Office, Physicians' A Surge&s' Building, 7th and FraicU Sts.. St Josenh, Ilo. tf Obituary, Leonard Leroy Hughes, son of Mr. nnd Sirs. Clarence Hughes, was born December !, 1010: died August fi, 1021, at a hospital In Vails City, Neb. He leaves father, mother and one brother to mourn their loss. Sir. and Sirs. 'Hughes formerly liver near Forbes, Slo., und tho body was brought tu Forbes, to be laid away. Funeral ser vice was held at the Highland church Sunday afternoon, Aug. 7, conducted bv Elder" Albert Slartln, of Forest City. Interment In Highland ceme tery. A. M. o Money for Farm Loans. THE SISSON LOAN & TITLE CO., , Maryvllle, Mo. Call, writ or phone us for terms, tf For Sale The new Variety Rosen Rye for seed. Inquire of ALVIN HAYES, r . v Forest City, Roate 2. Faraera' Phone, Fortescue. touring car, which he expected to de liver to a custo.-ner. They were skimming along nicely until they arrived on the Hackberry Itidgo road, near the Frank Golden place, when n very careless driver drove his car squarely Into Mr. Bragg', notwithstanding Sir. Bragg's every effort to avoid tho collision. Sir. Bragg's car was badly damaged, one wheel ruined, and his windshield completely demolished. He received a bad cut on his right arm, somo four Inches long, and his left hand slightly bruised. Sirs. Bragg was only bruised. Shortly after the accident, James Hlnde, came driving along in his car, having been to St. Joseph, and he brought Sir. and Mrs, Bragg home with him, Mr. Bragg going to Dr. Chandler, who put In three or four stitches in the arm, and fixed him up in good shape, and he Is attending 7 to business just as if nothing hud' happened. '! He left the car in care of Golden until later, when Mr Bragg will likely take steps to make somtbody pay for the car and personal damages. Ilttskt's, i,."-.-sL'&xt.ii, r- j.!.i.tk., . -..-. f ir-"i S ikfrfrt t'lilnfiiiVMiiiifsii