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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1921,
Forest City and Vicinity HAPPENINGS OK INTEREST, AS. RECORDED BY DELPHEUS Mr. and Mm. Wm. Hoover, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cason and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Austin, of Horton, Kan- and Mr, France Fltimaurlec, of the sns, came over Satunlay evening, ar.il Denton district, drove to St. Joeph, spent the night and Sunday at thehc first of last week, in the Caion Sam Nowcll home, in the Denton di.- Ilulck ear, They were eating supper trlct. 'at the Uolddoux hotel, when some one Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. (5. Until left 'Mole their car. We underhand that Tuesday of lnt week, for I'ayctte, there la omo insurance on the car. Idaho, and they nlso mudc u visit with I Mi. F. R. Elton, of Tarklo, was jelatives In Kansas City, while on ,p,n,n(t Tuesday of last week, with their way there. Ihcr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lunsford and Kunkel. family, of New Point, drove down Sal-1 yu.f ncbcrt Cu,iman, 0f Cedar urduy evening, und spent the nlghtljj ,t, , camc ,,own Wednesday nnd Sunday lit the, Sol Anno home, In jm(,'rng, of last week, and Is making the Ilurr Oak district. ,ln , ,, w,lh hcr fa.hcr ani gistcr, J. -Wm. laker, Mr, we Lotion anu Vnmlcvccr and daughter, who live Mr. Lewis Kimmcl went to hoibw, northweft of town. .Saturday morning, where they spent the day, with Mosilamcs Ktlia and jnnc linker. N. 1. Uozlcr, of the Monticcllo district, brought down an Alabama Sweet watermelon, w men wcigni'ii -ion Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Reeves and chlldien, of St. Joseph, came up Tues day of last week, nnd spent a few days with his father, Seelcy Reeves. Prof. W. II. Spencer, of the Tar pounds nnd two perfect twin ;kio College, at Tarklo, Mo, wa nere Rocky Foul Mu.-kmclons, which have on business, Wcilncsuay oi last ween Krown together side by side. They tuc on exhibition in the Homo Hunk Win- Mr. Doiicr says lie has other Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Klonn left Wednesday of lat week, for Kansas City, whete they spent the night with watermelons, that will weigh iiround ,i,nP ,.,Mrr. Mr. nnd Mis. Hot chert fifty pounds but me not rll ct. Sam !.aving thcic Thursday morning for Schaeffcr sold one, weighing fotty- SedaHa. where they attended the five pounds, and Frailer 111 others sold I state I'ulr, a few days one also that weighed fotty-five pounds, Saturday. Mrs. Diiinn Miller and Mrs. Sam Hoover weic St. Joseph vlsltols, I'll day, Mrs. Allen Elder and two daugh ter, Mildred ami Kuiiiesllnc, left I'll dny morning for Cnstlt Oklii., where they will make tin extended visit with her patents, Mi. and .Mis. A. 11. 1'aync. j;cur. 1 r. v.. P. Turncv and chllilrcn were visiting several days, the first of last week, with her parcrts, Mr. ami Mis. A. J. Hurkc ,nt Amazonia. Mr. nnd Mis. Duikc accompanied them home, Wedntixlay evening ot iasi wck, and made a visit heie at the Tumey home. Mr. and Mrs. Rurke have moved from Amazonia to Rulo, Allen accompanied tin in as far tin Kansas City. Henry Cotnln made a business trip to St. Joseph, Friday morning. 1 ft... .. I . 11 I H.I ..... -.ins. Lewis iiiiiuift-i mm run, rim. Hunt went to Illgelow, Thursday morning, of last week, to visit his brother. Mr. and Mrs. I A. Hunt mid son, Harry. They all left Thursday for Cheyenne vteiis, lyuw., 1'inil. mine ilnwn from lllirelnw. Frl-i, fnw weeks. day morning, and spent a few days Mrs. Ida Savory, of St. Joseph, here with her daughter, Wm. Dubbins' j j sam Ragby. of Mound City, nnil family, and other itdatlve. Icnmc Thursday moniing of Inst week, Kay and l.cv. Noland unloadeil a;un, ,prn( n flw days here nt the new Itumley-Advaiice 12-20 horse jtajor Claik home, power, heie, Friday. Mrs Siphla Kollmcr and daugh- 0. E. Emery putchnsed n ncw,CP( r, cMa Evan, rcturnetl home, light six Ilulck car, Fiidny, ft urn Tcr- .-,Uy afternoon of last week, from liune & Young, agents at MoundClty. i,amnr, Colo., whcie they have been Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris (Jlffoid mid tjl(, .,, tircc weeks, making n visit children and Mrs. W. S. (Jifford, Jr., wt, ti,cr daughter and sister, Mr. went to St. Joseph, Wednesday tnoitt- !an Mrs. H. A. Ilruncr nnd fnmily. Ing of last week. Mis, W. S. (Jifford, letters have been tecelvcd around Jr., returned home, that evening, while 1CU, by iclativc and friends from Chris nnd hl family made u few days' J former Holt county residents from visit with hit parents, Mr. und Mrs. 0yoke, Colorado, about n big hall W. S. (ilfford, Sr., accompanied thcml,,,.,,, n tnat section, Saturday, Aug. home. Thursday evening ot last week. (;a, (taker recciveil one from his Mrs. George Maxfield nnd chll- nccc Mrs. Fred llurricr, suying they drcn, of St. Joseph, came up Friday, ;()ft eit.Ven pigs and fifty chicken, and nnd made u few days' visit here with jt nnc, their corn, hcr uncle and aunt, Mr. mid Mrs. John I Mr. nm Mrs. Wm. Spreckel-.m'-. - '.Tlly. meyer and son. of Corning, drove down Wo were glad to sec CurtU ltah-n lnPr cari Thursday of last week, or, able to be out mid around again, lnn, were visiting here with tclatlvcs Thursday afternoon of last week, uftcr ,nn.i friends. being laid up about a week from the The Forest City business men wreck of the Stiillard car, Thursday, August 4. Miss Grace Vundevcer went to St. Joseph, Satuiday afternoon, where she was milking a visit with friends, re turning home, Satutnay evening. pluyiil a base ball game Wednesday evening, of last week, against the Ore gon business men, upon their home grounds, playing a fast game, five to four. Harth and Fawks mid Bunker nnd Miller were the opposing batteries. Kred Noland and family moved last k.hmI Cltv nluvs the r return game at week from the Henry Derr farm to Forest City some time in the near fu one of the houses, here, on the Wayne turc, Hawthorne farm. I Mrs. Dave Wullncc returned Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Propcs und lome, Tuesday evening of last week, Mis Vnndcvecr ,of Mound City, came from Savannah, whoro she had been down Monday motnlng of last week, spending u few days with hcr daugh Mr. Propcs camc down on business and ter, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Frazlcr and Mrs. Propcs and Miss Vundevcer were family. visiting at the 0. E. Plummer hoirc. Mrs. Thomas Foley and grandson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. lllevlns und , .Vnnrl. went to N'odawav. Thursday two dLUgthers, Mrs. Viola und daugh- f ai,t week, whcie Mrs. Foley spent ter, Pauline und Miss Alta, of the idle Wilde district, left Tuesday morn ing of last week, In their car, for Lincoln and ltroken Row, Ntbr., where they nre making n visit with his moth- the. day with her son. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Foley, returning homo in the evening. Francis remained there a few days with his father, returning here, Sunday morning. or. Onrec lllevlns and family, andi Mr. I'. V. Scott went to Kansas other relatives. City, Tuursday of last week, where Mrs. Jess Stump and daughter,1 Rho spent u few days with hcr sister, Joyce, of Coin, Iowa, came lown .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Matkham. Wednesday of last week, mid spent a I Daniel Hoover returned here frw days heie with her aunt, Mrs. Wednesday of lnt week, from Gallon, Rcorglc Drown. Ohio, whcie he has been muking a Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Teate, of St.'thiee weeks' visit with hi sister, Mrs. Jotcpli, camc up Sunday morning, and ! Carol I no Gcigur. Ho was accompan spent n few days here with relatives. I led home by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. iiaturduy nftciiioon, the ''Roost-iSam Hoover, of Moberly, Mo., whero cr'."' ball team plavei a game ngiln'tjhe had been spending a week, the Itngby dlstr'rt base ball tcim Commodoie DeVuult and family on the Forest C'ty diamond. The as,t week moved onto the Mrs. Nettlo score was ten to eight In fnvor of ayilen farm, northwest of town, the Rugby district team. On account which they have been farming this of the lain, the game could not be sea.on. finished. I Dan Halin, Jr., and Wm. Khk Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. (1. Carson and have put in n grocery store, butcher chlldien, of St. Joseph, caino up Suiijhon und lestaurant in tho C. E. No- day morning, uml spent we nay, uero itnul building, on imuw Avenue, ine with her mother, Mrs. I oter relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Lovell spent Wednesday afternoon of lait week, in St. Joseph. J. Scott mid 'stvle of tho firm will be Halm & Kilk, Mis. France Wray nnd baby, of St. Joseph, spent several days, last week, with her sister, Mr. und Mis. Oral Crouse, YOU CAN SAVE MONEY! If you want to save If you top saying that you can't If you do It instead of mciely talking about It If you think more be fore you spend any of it If you get the saving hnblt before It la too late If you stop trying to outshine the other fellow if you learn to distinguish between your needs and your wants It you are willing to sacrifice present pleasures for future comforts. So do not talk about wanting to save if you have mado no start In the right direction. Some one may call your bluff. YOU NEED MONEY! Everybody Needs Money I But some times you need it worse than others. A Bank Account is the de pendable thing In an emergency. A bank account and meeting the emergency are often Identical. WE PAY FOUR PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS. The Old Reliable Bank of Forest City Capital, SuVpltu sjul PrtflU. $40,000.00. FOREST CITY Jill MISSOURI Chas. Dawson went to Cornlnar. Friday evening, where he made a visit with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sorcckelmcicr and son. He also made la visit with his brother, John Dawson and family, at Mound City, before re-1 turning nome. Mrs. Hannah K. Hitt went to Mound City. Satunlay momlne. where she spent n few days with hcr nephew, , Mr. and Mrs. Hoy fchutts and family. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Wood left Thursday morning of last week for Sedalla, Mo., where they will attend I the State Fair. . Mrs. Frances Wray and baby, of : St. Joseph, and .Mrs. urat irouse, of this city, spent the day, Friday, In St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Movil Coffman ami baby, of Oregon, and Sam Coffman, of this nlace, left Thursday of last week for Sedalla, Mo., where they will at tend the State Fair. They will also make a visit with relatives In Colum bia, Mo. Mr. and MM. James It. Miller, of Superior, Neb., came Wednesday of lat week, anil are making a visit heie with hcr mother, Mrs. John M. Schaef fcr, and other telatUes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Alkire and fam ily and Miss Alta Watts left Monday morning of last week In Ira's car for Sedalla. Mo., when! they attended the Slutc I'ulr. They have icturncd and leport a fine time. Mrs. 11. W. Schaeffcr, daughter. Miss Horn, and grandon, Leon, left Sunday evening for Holvoke, Colo.. whcie they will make a vin wun nei d.iucliter. Mr. and Mrs. (Jould Crowe and son, Earl Schaeffcr. Mr. and Mrs. uoorgo nopper, m this city, nnd Hugh Henry, of Forte cue, lert Wednesday of last week f i Podallu, Mo., wheic they will take m the State Fair. Mr. nnil Mrs. 11. . Schaeffcr. Everett and Mls Dura, drove up to Itock Port. Mo., In their car, Friday morning of last week, whcie lhe spent the day with Mrs. hchacffei -sister, Mis llcrtha llaitholomcw, ie turning home In the evening. Chri'tlan Church Notes. Knnilav chool evciy Sunduy ut 10 o'clock a. m. Preaching services every I uml fourth Sundays, at 11 u. m. and W p. m. Everybody is conliall Invited to aitrnil iuee service. (1. W. MAXWELL, Pustoi. Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Ilrldgmon und daughters, of Maitland, wetc visiting heie with his sister C. S. McKcc and family, one day the past week . Mr. nnd Mrs. L. F. Mills and baby and Mr. und Mrs. S. P. Allen nnd son attended family icunlon surpilso, which was given Sunday on Mr. und .Mrs. Vern Allen. In Oregon. Mis llculah Dunn, or Juml-on, Mo., came up Satunluy und mud,1 a few days' visit here with .Mrs (!. Herman und daughter, Miss Cecil, le turning home Monday. Mr. und Mrs. Crunt Leach spent Monday in St. Joseph. Mr. nn,t Mrs. IIul'Ii Wilson and ehiMltili. n f On-iron: Mr. und Mrs. Josm! Cain and chlldien, of New Point, and Elder (J. W. Maxwell visiten sun day at the J. II. Wilson home. Mm. K. I., (lardner went to Agen cy, Mo., Monday morning, where she attended the funeral of her uncle, (j. W. Wells, which was held there thai A FRIENDLY BANK t f ? ? T ? T Anv air. ami irs. ii. i. ivinunv m vlng to town, and will occupy the m U'llkes nronertv on Main street. (Jeorge Casteel, who has been living there, h'.s moved to Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. und Mrs. C. r.. .Noianu enter tained Mr. Wlsehnrt nnd his young bride, of St. Joseph, Saturday after noon. Mr. Wlsehart is with the Clay Robinson Live Stock Commission Co. The Standard Dealers' Sunday school class held their meeting Tues day night. August t, at the homo of .nr. Ulltl .'US. dl'll mi-lici. I liv tunc was spent In n social way, nfter which ice cream and cake were served. Tho next mcetlnir will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. lit, at tho Mrs. C. E. Weber home. moie present were: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. C 'fman and two children, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Fawks, Mr. and Mrs. u. K. r.mery and nephew, Junior Slusher, Mrs. C. E. Weber. Miss Annie Golieen, Mr. und Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Luther Hamilton and son, William, Mrs.' Di ana Miller, Mrs. Anna Efner, Miss Al da Coffman, Mrs. Wm. Crnwforti, Mrs. Chris Jamison and Mr. and Mis. Jeff Kleffer. Ed Fltzmnuricc made a business trip to St. Joseph, Monday. .Airs. it. J. ueitci, ni Wellington, Kansas, camo Saturday night and Is maklnir an extended visit hen with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. II row n. Mrs. S. E. Hoover and chlldien, of Moberly, Mo.; Mr .and Mrs. Austin and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Hoover, of I lot ton, Minnas, spent hunuay at tho Med way Hoover home. Earnest Geoffrey nnd nenhew. Pierre Carteron, went to Excelsior Springs, Mo., Sunday, where Mr. Car teron will stay u month for his health. Earnest returned homo Tuesday. Mr .and Mrs. Dwlght Meyer nnd chllilrcn, Mrs. Medwny Hoover, of this city, and Mrs. India Price, of Oregon, drove to St, Joseph in Dwight's car, Monday morning. Mrs. Jeff Kelffer went to Gra ham, Monday morning, where she is spending a few days with her daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hoover. Miss Jacquetta Golden, of Savan nah, camo over Saturday, and is spend ing a few days here with Miss Agnes Raker. Misses Gladys and Lucia Hoover went out to the J. C. Meyer home, Sunday evening, and attended the Ore gon Chautauqua, Sunday and Monday. Opal Chcsney returned to her home at Reserve, Kansas, Sunday, af ter an extended visit here with her uncle and aunt, Judge D. C. Stallard and family, Mrs. Sarah Griff en. of St. Joseph, came up Sunday and made a few days visit here with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dinwiddle. ' She also made a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cameron, near Mound City. r f f f t t f r t f v v v v f ATA f X t T T t t t I T t V t f f t r Earnest, whole-hearted friendli ness and sympathy with the ambi tions and desires of our customers is our best guarantee of right treat ment at the hands of this institution. Whatever your banking needs, you will find a sincere welcome awaiting'you inside the door of this institution. WE.PAY 4 PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY Mr. 0. E. Emery went to Clarln il.'t. Invvn. UVilned.iv of Inst week. where she attended the Chautauqua, and visited with relatives, returning home Saturday. Mrs. A. W. Cottrcll spent Monday afternoon in St. Joseph. Mis. Louisa Noland took dinner and spent the day, Monday, with her on, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Noland. George Cummlngs went to St. Jo seph, Monday nftemoon, to get his .I.imitMai. Miirle. who hn li(Ml In the Noyos hospital, the past three weeks, where she wa opciuieu upon ior up pcndlcltl. She seems to be Improv ing, which we tno glad to hear. M. l!n.n.A Mtivri.d1 mill rlilK dreti went to Mound City, Monday eve ning lor a IWi wpckk visit wun ner sister, Mr. mid Mrs. Cha. lllggs. They will return to the John Anderson home here, before returning to their home In St. Joseph. J, W. Fltzmaurlcc made u busi ness trip to St. Joseph, Monday. The many friends of Miss Alda nn.l f.Alt rtwn V. Itinbll U',irf IjlllllllUII Ml,.. .w. v --- greatly surprised when It was learned that they were ijuicny murnm, ni nesdny evening, Aug. 10. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Coffman, Just north or t-orest City. Rev. Howcrton, of Fortescue, of ficiating, with Miss Grucc Efner pro uinrr nt tho nlnno. Onlv the Imme diate members of the family were present. They left Thursday lor tnc .MnMi. hnfflA n.ir Iturllnirtoil. Colo.. after which they will take n camping trln to me mountains, we cxienu our congratulations und wish them a long happy life. ... Mr. nnd Mrs. wm. trawioru iirovc to Mound City, Sunday morning, where they spent the day with their . Tn n.l mint Mr. nnil Mrs. Jnmes Collins, and also uttended the Mound City Chautauqua. Mrs. Anna Efner and daughter, Miss Grace, Judge D. C. Stallard and family and Mis. Sarah Potter spent Sunday at the John Anderson home. Mr. McWilllams, n real cstato man, of Colorado Springs. Colo., was here on' business, several days, last week, nt the Wayne Hawthorn home. Allnhar. J. M. Shumate und W. E. Richardson left Sunday morning In the Aiiauac car ior oc ilalla, Mo., where they will attend tho State Fair. Mrs. S. T. uuiatl anil uaugnier, in., t-ti.nl kdahi Mnml.iv with their .Mini- r,'. ... , ---... - daughter nnd sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. r. Alien nnu inmiiy. C. ..!,, nflnrnnnn. tt 1' IllmOlO base ball team camo over and played n game with our Rooster team. The score was ;i to - in lavor oi nv uui- ors. . . . ... . . Miss Mamlo tirltren reiurncu w UnMA 1., Gl .InAnli. Kimdnv. nfter spending n few days here with her grandparents, air. ami .urs. u. . widdle. . , ... 11i. C,a,..ni4 nmt ilmmlltpr. MiSS ,,IN. uicittM, 'rt --- Orpha, of Oregon, came dowjn Sunday nltcrnoon nnu ncipeu iw iuuivi, n... Stewait, celebrato and enjoy his 81th birthday. ..... J. C. Hopper, of Hutclnson, Kan sas, camc Sunday night, and Is making a visit with his brothers, George, Wm. and Ed Hopper, northwest of town. I 'topic wno urivo iium mo . Lldn Spcer home, on Chestnut street, plcaso close cut-outs on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Herbort Thay er. Wayne Hawthorne letl lucsoay fnr Hllipo. Colorado Snrlngs and other places in Colorado. . T. 1 . 11 ... . nnil hlfA ,"irs. liaipn ITUsamau ai.ii ni" children went to Mound City, Monday vinlno. where thev made a few days visit with friends. Mike Sheehan ana wm. uouswn. of Frankfort, Kansas, came over and Rnent Sunday at the L. F. Stalcup home. Richard Hahn. or Oregon, s making a visit tills week with his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hahn, Sr. Hobart Keller, of Maitland, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson, of Oregon, took supper and spent-Sunday evening at the E. L. Hrodbeck home. Mi... .,.. Un.M nir! lurn rhil. -tfilB. liuv. .i fti.w dren, of Corning, came down Tues day moming and spent the day at the Mrs. Frances Maguire home. John France made a business trip to St. Joseph, Tuesday. Mrs. Earnest Mclntyrc nnd son, Melvin, of Kui.sns City, came up Mon day evening and nre making a visit here with her two sisters, Mr. anil Mrs. Miner Cnron and Mr. and Mrs Oscar Moore and family. Judge W. J. Glass was transact' Ing business In St. Jo-cpli, Tuesday. Kmmctt Mtzmaurice, who has been In the hospital at St. Joscnh since the Fourth of July, returned home, Monday evening, and Is nil light. Mrs. James Cooper, of Atchison, Kansas, camc Monday evening. and Is making u week's visit here with hcr daughter, Mr. und .Mrs. thus. Van hoozler uml family.' Wm. Kirk made u business trip to St. Joseph, lucsday. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Klonn return ed home, Monday night fiom Sedalla, where they have been attending the state Fair. Forest Clly llaptl-t Church. Iliblc school each Sunday, 10 a. m Preaching each first und third Suii' days, both morning and evening, i'leaclilnif next Sunduy. 11 a. m. In the evening, 8 o'clock, there will be a union service ut the liuptist church, it. L. Stiatton will preach. .Special music Everybody ureed to come. ItlCHARD I- STRATTON, Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Galbralth und son returned home Sunday from St. Joseph nnd DeKnlb, Mo., where they have been making u week's visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed llurricr and son and Miss Ivu Munyon took dinner und spent the day, Sunday, with m i lain er. Iluirli llurricr. Doyl Gore, of the Illuff City dis trict, In Jumping off of ii fence, two weeks ago, Jumped on a No. 20 nail In a board, running the nail through his foot. Dr. Chandler, of Oregon, dress ed the foot, and he Is getting nlong very nicely, wc nre glad to hear. Mrs. Dan Hahn, Sr., took dinner, Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wal lace. Forest Cltv Defeats Craig. Forest City took Craig to a clean ing last Sunday nt Rig Lake. When tho game ended the score was 8 to B In Forest City's favor. Geo. Craig started In the box for Craig, but did not Inst very long, ns our boys were soon connecting with his slants. Odell relieved him in tho fifth, but ho was unable to stop the boys, nnd he left the mound In fuvor of Thompson. Our boys totalled 18 hits off of tho three pitchers, while Sulllngcr was never in danger during the game. Tho Vltala lloostcrs, of St. Jo.-enh, will play heie Sunday, Aug. 21. The scorc Forest City 7.021 210 200-8 18 1 Craig 200 000 030 G 0 4 llatterlesi forest, auinnger unu Trnmburgcrj Craig Geo. Craig. Odell, Thompson mid Willlnmson. Umpire, Rundle. ADDS TO LEGION'S STRENGTH BERT G. PIERCE DENTIST Oregon, Mo. Office in the Moore Building Office Hours 0:00 a. re. to 12:00 m. 1:30 p. rru to 6:00 p. m. PETREE BROS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW New Offices, Opsttlri Over Potoffit. CHICHESTER S PILLS 4VHf& I'm I t . U4 .U muiiAw . JMIi I-..M. mk lllft. KiUa.. pi Tr Prn- Aiintt iiMi(V..TRii to M Vflinhno.llalKm.Simt Allylltttlt.l. SOIP BY DRlTiHISfS EVERYWHERE J. W. Carder and wife, of St. Jo seph, after a couple of days' visit with relatives In Oregon, havo returned home. Mrs. Relle Collison, Ralph and Charles Collison and Ed, Welle r, of Maitland, were here on business, Wed nesday of lastweek. Commandtr of Minnesota Dtpirtment Hsi Way of Doing Thlno That Qtt Result. Under the direction Vernon, commander ot sota 2 nt a. n. the Mlnne-depnrtment nf ttifft Amprlrsn ifl Legion, thnt state f4sa has becoma one I n( tne strongest j -L Legion depart- PflHH ments In country. Commander Vernon's ttwory Is that success corner lo the le gion In proportion to the service It gle to IM mem bers nnd to the tnti. In enrrylng oat this poll"-)- he ha built lip a Legion SiTtliv ImriMtl wiilrh h.indles ono ilini.iiiil oi-iirii'i' claims a month ,ind n il.'p.irtnii'tit brunch of tho Am.Tlom Li-itliiii News Scnlre. Cirly In 1PJI. when th- Feileral liimnl fur vo'ntlnnnl I'diuiillon pre pirtxl In i'iid rrpre.entntlVMS to sit twii I'lMilor. In the st.ite to exmnlne disabled VPternns. the niilhnritlei wen- luiiidli'iippi'd by a lurk of pub licity, ('ouiniiinder Wnrnn prep.irH twenty llinii.ind lnrg hiit and pliiivd tli'in on erery billboard In the stati-. This wn supplemented with InfoniiiiHni to every lu'Msp.ip.ir In re gnnl to where every ilKihltM man slioiili ri'irt to reciiio iitiapcnsiitliin, ncutliMiiil imlnliig and tneillriil treat ment. When tin itncitiertiil number of leteruiis enll-tiil fur vocutliiniil train ing. Mr. Vernon nptn-uli'd In '.DlXH) bii-lm men to plmv the men In their rstulilNliiiients. The men h.ints nnil mil mi r.i ft n n-r responded with a giHsd will uml nil the miillmiil studenta were ptiiied to giHMl udvuntuge. MERITED TRIBUTE TO LEGION Leslie's Weekly Editorially Honor Brave Men Who Served In the World War. "The Aim-rlmu Lesion ln ;lii. to look like n full-page mnipiflte plinlnsnipti of blt;riihle Ani-rlnihl-in finui Put n.ini to ivrsliiiig," rend u recent ed Itiirlnl In l.ellu's Weekly. "It iiinves) with the weight of the "It.iltle Hymn of I lie Republic" tl nil the levity of "Yankee Hi-odle." with n iilul.itit yell from "Dixie." Its large iiiniiltloa In ii lokeii of great Iru-t, nml the old Riiiiiiiii leglims, and other legion of time, begin lo look like ip.guii4. It neither trle In roar with a lloii'i heiirt, nor win a woiiihu's quite different from the poniHileil mustnehes of I'oOt itnni, Its manner are tpilel; Its mem ory Is exi'ellent: Its emnlloni srn strong, sr-l It l pri'ixired to roll (1 the refrsrlory elements Hi one bundle and hang them on one hook. "Without a proclamation, an agita tion or unloosing a pack of schemes. It has rrvafed n civil prestige to match Its military splendor. Old soldiers of all ages and all landa are prone t harp on one string, but the tramp of the legion I In time and tune with all the rhnrdi of throbbing life. It la not merely handsome clay In uniform; but sinewed In manhood from its toea to Its brains. It has thnt delightful mixture of sense and spirit, of power and chivalry, ot shop and farm, which tickles the popular taste. It neither bleat over Its woe nor boasts of Ita prowess. "When the mighty military machine dlssohed In our cltlienshlp the frag ment" coalesced through the aynt pathetic nttrnctlon of a high purpose for In defending the Institution of Amerti-n the lyglnn learned how te value them. Thus It possesses n moral prerogative to trend down lutklng dis loyalty. We are prom! to bo thn fath ers nnd mothers, muslin slid limits of the Legion. We shall sleep uniiiid at nights. And when the hUtorlun wind up the tnk of ghiry-piilniltu Its bat tles we trut thnt he will use n iroldeu drop of Ink In stating thut emigres dealt n helnted, hut n glad nnd gener ous, bonus." FATHER MORAN AIDS LEGION Former Army Chaplain Aetlite in Ob taining Armistice Day Legisla tion in Minnesota. When Legion the state "'Hm-i Minnesota American legislative commit tee at tho open ing of the state legislature ap pointed sub-committee to pilot ita various bill through tho house and senate, Father D. J. Mo ran of Farming ton, was made chairman of the Armistice 4 a y, committee. Attacking the Job with Argonne fervor, Father Mo ran obtained the passage of bill de claring Armistice day a legal holiday, a the first piece ot Legion lflUUon enacted Into law, A army chaplain, Father Korea aerred ten months oversea. lie ta am ardent Legion lecturer and worker. When he returned from France In Sep tember, 1010, and found no Legion post organized In Farmlngton, be beaded straight for Legion state bead quarters, obtained the necessary, blanks and within a week bad estab llshed one of the moat active poita la Minnesota.