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111 t THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1821. Or -words 4o 4ha4 effect IT BEATS the basil. THE WAY thla thing. KEEPS POPPINQ up. THE OTHER night. I BROKE all rule. AND READ a highbrow book. AND HERE'S a hot one. THAT IT handed me. "MANY OF n Cnd. THAT TASTE afford. ONE OF tho fairly. DEPENDABLE SATISFACTIONS. t OF EVERYDAY UtIdp. AND IT iwmn. t t UPON LONG reflection. THAT SATISFACTION. COMES CLOSE to being. THE LONQ nought. 'HIGHEST GOOD."' OF COUR8E that Isn't, WRITTEN WITH the fata AND POLISH to which. WE ARC aecuMomcvJ. BUT ITS a mouthful. A8 YOU'LL agree It yon. JUST PUT It Into good. UNITED STATES, llko thla. "SON, YOU'LL bv runnlEg. ON FOUR flat lira. IF YOU don't hirry. AND WRAP yours! f around. THE ONLY cigarette. THAT SATISFIES." TJlEr Satisfy" nothing rift M well describes Chen terfiilds' mildness, their mellow, r.css, their delicacy of aroma and smooth, even "body." It took the finest varietlea of Turkish and Domestic tobacco to do it and the highest order of skill In blending thm. Yea, the Chta terfleld blend la a secret. It can't bt eopitd. Hart yea tttn th net AIR-TIGHT tint of SO? - , , . CIGARETTES Liccrrr U Myirj Tobacco Co. Fortescue. Mrs., Mary Bellvillc, from Atehi ten, Kansas, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Hill and family. Frank Butt, from St. Joseph, vis ited b few days, last week, with hi uncle, S. M. Howard and family. Mr?. Kaiser visited a few day Ian wck with Mrs. Kate Bunker, of Mound City. Ethel Stuart visited last week with her couln, Marie Haglock, in Mound City, ami attended the chau-tau'i'Ja- Thoe from here who attended the fair at Sedalia were: J. C. Hinkle. Mr. and Mrt. Ilryan Hinkle, Hester Hunk er, Ldnu lllinm., Iieulah Bunker, Ira A'klre and children. Willie and Krmcl. Alta Watts, Leo, Clifford and I-eola Henry. All report a good time and a wonderful sight-seeing trip. Mlse. Alta Watts and Hcttcr Hunker, two of our Fortcscuc school gills, baked in the California fruit grower ' club. The girls did good work nml deserved great credit for it. The work Is nrogresslnc very ran- Idly en the new lumber yard. Mm. Lon Turner and Miss Ida Bridrmon. from Blue Springs. Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Notlcy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mot ley. Mrs. Turner and Miss Ilridgmon left on the afternoon train from here for their home. Thcv have been here the past two week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mr. Jim Mullens and children, from Salem, Neb., visited several days last week with his uncle, Kll Boyd anil wife. Mrs. Moiton Hiuninir. from Lin coln, Neb., visited several days Inst wek with Miss Alpha Hinkle. .Mrs. limning and .Miss Alpha were o'.a school-mates. There were CO in attendance at the Kortcscue Methodist Sunday krkr.ol. and the collection was S5.C2. The Sunday school voted the collection foi last Sunday and ncNt Sunday to be uxil to buy new song books, as every body knows wc need the books. So di.nt fnii-et to shake your rockets Jgii.l for next Sunduy. t " . . ... i . i.ni. .Mr. licit f tunrx nnu iif mmm-ii tpfi-t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Huffman. .M. nml Mrs. J. 1.. Cox entertain- (d to -upper Friday evening Mrs. J. y Mater mm i.ev. nnn .mis. j. Hi. virtcn. -'ilen lli'l l suffering a great deal o.' ,'.nn fi'ini federal big boils. Mi. Fred Hinder and children will i,c to tiiwn. In order that the clnl- 'il i-n mav intend our -chonls. l ied ' .1 remain mi the faim to keep tho TJIGELOW 1EWS DOTS AND DASHES, BY IIUBE. Mr. nml Mis. II. S. Hunt, Cliailcy ' Two .team-boat' went up tne mcr llotnnid, left last Saturday In la-t week. One win the Culheison, r 1'oid cur for Chejcnnc Wells, Wood Brothers' steamboat, nnd the i., whore they will put in their crop, other was the "Menduti. own0'1 y Mr. mid Mrs. S. I'. l.undy and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joda Heckman were last Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Heckman. Tom Ilridgmon, one day Inst week, cut a few large corn stalks from his field, und ret them up in ftont of his residence The largest wns III feet 'J lnche, with two ears of com. Na than Adams, who Is farming the old Kile; fain, .vent Turn one better, and brought up three "stalks from hl field, two measuring 14 feet 8 Inches one (.talk with tuo I a rue cals and one with three ears, the first ear was nine feet from th eground. Another fieuk stalk has five ears, and Nathan says no par ticular effort wai mule to secure these ttlalks. He has sixty acres of this corn that will average armut TO bushels t the acre. Any one that has this reroid beaten tpeak right out in meeting wc want to hear from you. W. P. Bain, who has been here for several days, visiting, returned to Council Bluffs, accompanied by Mrs. Bain, for u few day' visit with rela tives and friends. Mr, and Mrj. J.. I. Chunlng, ac companied bv Mls Nellie Williams, left one day, last week, with a tenting outfit in their car for Sedalia and oth er points in the siftthcrn puit of the state for n few days' outing. They expect to visit thu&ilr nnd camp out. Mr. and Mrs. GcruHjGrahum arc tak ing care of the fsniYi during their ab sence. - Mrs. V. H. Asher was visiting with her friend, Mr. Jane Cotton, in Napier, several days, last week. Henry Dougherty and Genrcv Dean were business visitor In St. Jo seph, one day last week. Mis. C. Klrjimell and son, Paul, were visiting with relatives in Forest City, several days, Just week. A few farmers in this vicinity have finished their fall plowing, and It will not be long until they will begin sowing wheat. Farm work is up in good shape, und about the same acre , oge will be sown to wheat this fall ak was sown lust year. The recrnt rain have insured n good crop of alfalfa and pti the ground in flrst-clusa con dition for the wheat. Mr. nnd Mrf. Tommy Asher wero h'.ro icvernl days, tho firrt of the week, from Council Bluffs, Iowa, vis-Uing- with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gen. Poynter and family drove in last Friday evening In their car from their trip to the fair. They enloyed a very pleasant trip, nnd report the fair just. fine. Miss Maude King was up from St. Joseph, last Saturday and Sunday, visiting with her mother, Mrs. S. King and family. Harry Catron, Bland (Sambo) ..Hinkle nnd Miss Mary Hinkle were guests at the home of James Morgan PJerpont Wilson, 6fle day last week. Ted says "O.-'K., you may have the Four." George Wllson'quit his work on the section and will put In about'40 acreu of wheat on i his father's farm. Charley Miller.iof Forest City, was a business visitor here, last Sat urday. Mr. and MrsrtiGv.K, Adams and family were last $4nday guests of Mrs. B. AaherT7T Joda Beekman 'eame'ln one day,1 Mat week, with an emigrant car of his household good and farming Imple- I Mr. und Mis. II. S. Hunt. Cliailcy ' Two .team-boat' went up the river mill their (VI, . of wheat, returning some time this the government, which l pulllifr snags fall. Mrs. Orvlllu Scoonover und son.'Kli ng the shore, tiylng to ho d the Dorrln Dale, who huvo bton visiting icuirent near tne center oi wc n, Wn for sevnrnl week. nrnimtinnleil Ike Adkison and son, with tneir mcnts from Cudet, Mo., nnd unloaded .them as fur as Lincoln, Neb. .Mr. and engine uni roan uucr. ... ... m '. ii. .1 i m, v..i.i.... n. t,.M.w. ..rimnia in tnwn. lust wtek. which has ilk I in II "VUv . .HIS. IK'eKIIHlll IlllU SOU -'He. I lUim m iv ,.,ninK itiii. vir..v.- ... - - . are coming thiough on tho train. At .the Hunt farm during their ubsencc. jbecn needed for some time, wnicn pui this writing, Joda has several propo- Wntirmclon parties ate the order of .them In f0"'", ,n" ,.nh vl.. sltions for n location under consldcrn- the duy in this vicinity, and it would' hlm,r ttn" " J0'crn v 1 1.... I.- I . .1.-11. I ...t ? . i . Ilftl' I I'lllflV' uiiii, nui in mis nui neciiicu jusi wnere lie hum to estimate tne nuinocr oi uu-.u, , ' ,, mi. mi.i, nnn- In. he will locale. I loads of melons that have been hauled - '-'""r.. ,m .?,LlV'L " . . Miss Mildied Taylor visited with her mint, Mrs. Gerald King, in Oregon, Ii t Saturday, Mr. und Mis. Holly Carlton and daughter, Miss Louise, wero visiting with Mr. anil Mrs. W. M. Wlialey, in Mound City, one day lust week, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smith return ed the lutter pint of lust week from their Cheyenne Wells, Colo., trip. They made the trip in their car, and enjoyed a very pleasant tiip. Tuck says tlint Is a very nice country, and that later on he may Invest In some land in that pait of the country. 1 Misses Mary Hinkle and I.uclle i Wilson visited with Miss Lucy Andes, noith of Mound City, one day, last week. S. W. Skcltnn, superintendent of the New Point schools, nnd daughter, Miss Lenoru, were Blgelow visitors, one dav last week. .:o';!;rce;?,i!i,v,l',,c Itu, MkQi f -MciJaT suZ Vm, Mo., and son, Claud Stout, oi rllimorc, on this side of tho river. Pal Davis was down from Craig, last Sunday, visiting with home folks. Mrs. Mary lloichers and daughter, Miss Nellie, returned home the latter part of last week from Scdallu, where they visited the fair. Miss Nellie re sumed her woik in Mr. Coughlin's hay office, .Monday morning Mo., visited Sunday with her uncle, Angclo Wake nnd wife. Mrs. Chus. Williams and Mis. Bert Stuart spent Sundny afternoon with Mrs. Sallle Orwlck. Glen Howcrton spent Sunday with Bvion Hinkle, Jr. Dave Lotion, irom iiooinson, rviin Third trick opcrutor, H. K. Boot, sas, Is here, visiting his bi other, Is. visited with home folks In Intan, last Cotton and family, and to be with his Sunday. brother. Kiank Cotton, who is very 0 sick with n complication of diseases. ... " Arthur Stuurt returned home fiom , .- (","uar . , ,. St. Louis, Sunday, where he has been Louise Uathcryne Schnaf-Kiamcr, thc nu,t thrcc wtn his mother, after louinev Ine on earth for over '...u.'i. ........ ..1,1, r uhmrt nnnrti ,..hv ni.u ,,u uwimiiii i-ia.,-1,,11, ,i.-.iin, un Hu.iv . .iiv. j, , mi;ncr aJ ocing in a very serious (the army ut rort Worth, Texas, arrlv-.heuvenly country to meet her oavioricontjtjon , ed home, ono day lust week. fuco to face. Mrs.' Harry Hayzlctt and daugh- 1 Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Grldlev wero I She was born August 6th, 1853, in tcr, fiom Handles, Neb., urc hero, vis I last Sunday guests of W. F. nnd Anna Muendclkhcim, Wucrttcnbcrg, Ger- Itlng her purents, Mr. and Mrs. An Caton, many. Sho emigrated to America inlgclo Wake. 1 Quite a number from here nttend-1 1881, settling In Holt county, Mo and I While Oren Butrick wns attending icii the .Mound city Chnutauiiua und has lived near Oregon until her death, 'the chautu R. U. GOING? Of Course, You Are! WHO? EVERYBODY! WHERE? To the MAITLAND FAIR! WHEN? OREGON DAY Wednesday, August 24 WHY? I To See a Good Fair, and I to Show Maitland People, m that We Appreciate Their I Friendship. .-x-x-x-:-x-:-x-x-:-:-:-x-xxkk-xxx-x-:-:--c-c-:-x-:-x-x-:--:-x-x-x---x.-x-x-x-:-x-m-x-x-:-x--m I uunua at Mound City. Satur were very much nleacd with the nio-lwhlch occurred Aucust 13. 1021. ut tho dav nlcht. his Ford cur was stolen f?ram. home of her daughter, Mrs. licit from where It was parked on the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker ie- Smith. street. He could find no truce of It turned home, tho latter part of last1 She was united in marriage to Jacob Saturday night, but thiough tho ecu week, from Scdaliu, where they had Kramer, November 11, 1876. To thls.tral, Kmmctt Courier, he got trace of union weio born ten children, of which it Sunday, anil found it udoui tnrec six children with their father survive. miles north of Mound City, with one The surviving children lire; John wheel smashed up. At this writing, been attending the fair, and rennrtthe exhibits and everything connected with the fair first-class, nnd they were well I paid for their trip. ! V. A. Solleder, one day last week, purchased a brand new Fordson trac tor with n set of plows and expects to I put In somo wheut, if he can secure fome iiesiruliln wheat ground. .r. ami sirs. J. II. Ilridgmon and daughters, Misses Edna and Hope, wero down from Maitland, last Sun- eight grandchildren. The. departed wns n faithful wife, a good mothcrkiml and sympathetic to all. For n number of years her health had been fulling, and for several day, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.lwns tnken caie of most tenderly by Ilridgmon. hcr children. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk I'nvntni-. nf ti,., c.i .nr.,i.. .,.. v.i.i . .i. I . , , .I . S ' I Mi IMIIVIUI P HUB .1 Un IIVIII Ilk IIIU II ortescue.. were visiting with Mr. and .Nodaway church by Itev. II. A. Fold Mrs. G. VS. Poynter, last Sunday eve- mun, assisted by Alpha Haydcn. 0 ,, , .... under n garinnd or flowers, tho re- v). h. Meadows, the eleviifni mnn vmla it.i ,A . 4 1. 11.- Ortnn . , "V t . tiiMiur. iiud laiu lu ll-Pl. Ill lull trim1- '.""i?"'11?00 hushfls of pl corn from itcry adjoining the church. II. A. V. Kiamer, Mrs. Chas. Kurtr, Mrs. Beit they have havt no trnce of tho party Smith, Mrs. Amos Lentt, Miss Katie who stole the car. Mighty bad busl Kramer. Miss Minnie Kramer nnd ness. .Mrs. Agel uartcr and cniniren spent Sunduy with Mrs. J. A. Duke und family. Mrs, Chas. Holtsclaw and grand daughter, Itutli Smith, visited several days last week, with her sister, Mrs. S, .M. iiowuni and family. Phlllo Schultc, of St. Jotcph, after f counle of weeks' visit with relatives here, hu returned to his home. P. W. Itanuey and Scott Carson cre In attendance at the state fair. Italph Milne, of the Pierce school dim let, har our thanks for a fine wa-'er-melo'i. The Misses Nellie and Barbara Watson, of Kanias City, after a few days' visit with their many relatives in and mound Oregon, have returned to their home. Mis Emma Guthrie has moved to town imd is occupying the Evangelical parsonage. Slnglc-Comb Brown Leghorn Cockerelf, $2.00 each, or six for JtO.OO If taken before September 1&. Ad dress, M Its. NELSON NOLAND, Oregon, Mo., Houtc 3. Mrs. James Saiith, of Cadmus, Kansas, Is here on a vhit with her brother und sister, Mrs. Jacob King und Tom Partridge. Muvity & Stewart have cloed a contract for thc erection of a neat and modem six-room homo for Tommy Cain, on his farm, near New Point. Mrs. Andrew Foster and her two children, of Toncka, Kunsas, arc here visiting her father, Thomas Partridge, and also her sister, Mrs. Silver Iteed, of Napier. V. C. Traud, M. D., J5ye, Ear, Throat and Nose Specialist. Office, Physicians' & Surgeons' Building, 7th and Ftajcls Sti.. SL Joseph. Mo. ti Judge VanCamp put In the week unending our Chautaun.ua, and keep ing things going at 2:40 pace over at iienry rtimres Highland Items, Joe Stansbury and wife spent Sun day with their son, Lloyd Stansbury und wife. Hollls Pile had business in St. Jo seph. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wleman and sou, Walter, visited in Oregon, Sun duy. Miss Josephine Eads, who for tho past week has been visiting In St. Jo seph with her friend, Violet Bidcncr, will return this week. We are glud to hear that Boy Grime is feeling much better. II. S. Hanna hud business In St. Joseph, one day last week. s. r. r.ails and wifo motored to St. Joseph, Tuesday of this week. Elmer Cordrey and wife and duughter, Louise, attended the Oregon chautauiiua, Satuiday. Mrs. Emmu Grimes has returned to the home of her sons, Boy and Asher. Mlsx Alice Hanna spent Sunday ufternoon with her friend, Elsie Eads. Mrs. Frank Dudeck returned last. week from a visit with her daughter. Mrs. John Foster apent Sunday with Mrs. Emmu Grimes and Mrs. Boy Grimes. Newell Eads and Delbert Jenkins were In Oregon, Sunday evening. BETTY BLUE. Sounding the Itlvir. The U. S. kteamer, "Mondan," was moored to thc land of the Buck estate, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of J. E. Slater, the first of the week, nt 40c per bushel, and Mr. Slater is de livering the corn, this week. .Mr. and .Mrs. Clyde Davis and Card of Thanks. We desire to express our thanks to C,,!l,. ".1. i . . .,. ' I """ hiciiiw ivnu CIU SO Kinil i.i.i .. V. 01 V'V. ""ring tno sickness anil death of our were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. dear wife and mother: nlso for the Davis, last Sundav Ask It. L. Ilridgmon about being gassed, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. A.lnm.. granddaughter, Miss Luclle Adams, many tokens of love. MIL JACOB KRAMER, AND CHILDREN. .,,1 r-lo.t n.1.11 j- "r A ' . '" V1""! ul near cuing. Z.. ii uiovo over uom an- nam, Kansas, Is hero on a visit with vannub. Mo., ono dav the Inttrr nnrt of last week, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ad ams and Miss Luclle took th in Council Bluffs, Iowa, where they will visit several days with their son, Sam numns unu lamny, A letter from W. M. UsK t Frederick, S. D says farmers in that vrcinity are beginning to thresh, and they have already had a light frost in uiai vrcuuiy. her fnther, John Q. Trimmer, of Mound City. Mrs. Wm. Morris, of this city, nnd other relatives. Uncle John Is now 85 and runs his own house and garden patch, and seems to get much out of life. Mrs. Carrie Bolton and sons, Har vey and Robert, of Frankfort, Kansas, are here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Eller. brother. John. nJ aunt, Gotta Upperman. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Keck and grandson, Cluud Keck, from Liberty, Neb., visited last week with their son, Hon Keck, nnd her sister, .Mrs. dolns and their families. Mary and Eula Adkison spent Sunday with Hester and Altu Bunker. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lum Lease anil fam ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Hearing, of Forest City. OBSERVER. o Artificial Eyea. Today there are probably more ar tificial eyes In the world than there bare ever been before, yet ao excel lent la the workmanship used Id their manufacture that they can very ael dom be detected. The artificial eye, however, will not aerve the wearer for ever. There are certain orbital fluids which destroy the enamel, thus In volving considerable expense for re tewaL In view of thla, celluloid la often used Instead of glaaa, and laati longer. The minutest details are care hilly reproduced even tn the vetna on Ik eyeball 1 tad the broken color oi kul IrU. Jesse und Chailes Miller, of St. Ithla wpek. Tim hnnt u ir,n t !,,. Joseph, me here visiting their grund- and carrie da crew of nineteen. The f"!rent ,Jume8 Brown and wife, U. S. corps of engineers wero aboard, while their parents, Mr. and Mis. Paul who were sounding the river and run Miller, nie ut Excelsior Springs for nlng shore lines. They did this woik Paul s health, suffering from stomach In nrdn- tn ,. nn. trouble. Corn nc Leveo District. It tho rrlday last, August 12, of this first real river steamer that some had ;ery yeur, Dr. K h. Hogan, of Mound lever seen. The boat pulled out Thurs ,ity, called at the home of Wick 1 day morning for unriver nolnts. The Woods Brothers Constiuction Com pany also havo a boat plying between the Nebraska and Missouri shores, as sisting in throwing tin n rnvntmnnt nn jtho Nebraska side of the river. coming .Mirror, Ausr. 12, 1921. v City Greene, and after a consultation with Mrs. G. ho presented them with a sweet girl baby, which caused Wick to smile, oh, so sweetly. It Is now u King and Oueen in that home. Mrs. Wm. M. Morris it in Oma ha, Neb., visiting Oakley and oter rel dives. Little Guy Conrad, who has been enjoying his vacation with her and Uncle Will, went home with Mrs. M. to get ready for school. One 4-horso back-geared power Cane Mill und Evaporator Pan, with skimmers, complete, for $100.00. I.. S. STULL, Forbes, Mo. Misses Bessie lient nnd Thelmn Quick, of St. Joseph, were Chautauqua guests of .Miss Fayla Quick, over Sundav. GOOD FARM FOR SALE. 120 acres good farm land, 6 miles southeast of Mound Cltv. and 7 mll north of Forest City. For particulars inquire 01 LEE OR ELLIS BEAVERS, ?o est City Mo. Big-Type Poland-China bred sows and gilts for sale. Sec 2t. WESS BOSTOCK. Walking en 8 now, With the snowshoe, with Its broad, latticed, rawhide bottom, serviceable In walking over soft snow, the wearer oe not expect to develop much speed, ays the American Forestry Maitailoe. The sport consists In walking on snow o soft thatwltbout auch appendages, be would alnk Into It Northern hunt er In former time made their own bee with hatchet and knife, and If leather thong- wet not at hand, tbe lattice (ole could b woven of bau wood bark, mfaich oo.be stripped J., winter U well as In cammer, , .