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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 80. 1921.
1 i 6 .i J ? II mi i; h ! 1 1 Hat Buyers-look at these Prices. Choice of Nice Sailors . $5.00 Choice of Tarns . . . $1.00 Children's Beavers and Plushes at . $3.50 to $4.95 -AT-- E. A. NETHERLANDS Obituary Rrsssd. Robert Lawrence Rrassel. son cf Samuel anil Mary Ann Brassel, wasi Lodge has been royally entertained by Mound City, Craig, Suvannah, Oregon and St. Jo.cpli lodge. Lasting friend ships have been formed and the good work Is still going on. Many amusing incidents have been enacted to increase the social tide of lodge life, but time will not permit one to tecall thorn suffice It to say there are always com ics In all social affairs to make life Interesting. The Old Phantom party 5-111 ha. beep done uny with. There i "'L"".. i A"!"" . bom near Salem. III.. March 14, I860: died at his home, near Mound City, Mo., Sept. 25, 1021, aged 61 years, 6 months and 21 days. He was of twelve children, eight of whom survive him. February 8, 1685, he was married to l.ouclla Gandco, and to this union vole ROBERT HATCH & SON HA it II Kits. HOT AND COLD HATHS OREGON, MO. Shop in baement of Tot Office Ilullding newly renovated, sanitary and up-to-date in every reject, Wc solicit your patronage. A. . CHANDLER'S DUROC-JERSEY SALE At the O. K. Feed Barn, SAVANNAH, MISSOURI Saturday, October 8, 1921 Consisting of 45 Head of Spring Boars, Gilts and Tried Sows Sired by such noted boars as Major Sensation, Giant Sensation, Invincible Wonder, Col. Pathfinder, Sens-allcn's Climax and hcr of equal note. This offering Is in No. 1 condition, with plenty of type and quality. All Stock Cholera Immune. Sale will be held rain or .shine. Write for a catalog. Coif. Grable, Walker and Landcss, Auctioneers. A. E. CHANDLER, SAVANNAH, MO. fortunate to have witnessed it. ne "When Inlc-t Kclicknh Lodge was aie but few of the old charter members left, hut this lodge, now in Its -uth year, l still in a prosperous condition, and nil that Is needed Is 'pep' to build It up and nil work together In har mony to bilng it up to thn standard. The gleat teachings of tnc order arc what one needs to apply to their dally life and obey the Golden Rule. "He friendly one to another; love thy neighbor ns thyself, and you can truthfully say you are guided by the Great Ruler of the Universe." "What's n little sunshine, but the little more That makes all the difference in our dally ilorc? And while the little heart-ache Is gone and soon forgot, How the little happinei changes all our lot." XX. (Vlihratrd Anniversary. k. t L 1 If. .... jnrnoav ivcninr. rciu. i". vn i ni:-i i.v.ivn.u. i.im.ki.- . . i.i- .... . ....... ,K jti,.i..i i ..H.i.A.i .. .. -mnn t.ii fll me mol enjliyillH' i-w'uhk- .'vui nt.uutui ,i iiMtn-ii;t m uimui ...... by the members of the Forest Cit brains, talent and 'pep,' but no money. Kcbckah lodge and their fnmlllo in n They lenllzed the state of affairs and longtime. September 20th being the went to woik with a zeal to raise 7(hh nnmviisarv of the lMiekah lodnc, money t buy icgnliu and all the me Forest lit Re'bekahs voted to cele- (..,ar article to furnish a Rebekah brate on Monday night, Sent. 19. that lodge. A degiee stuff wus organized being their irgular imctlng night. All and Sl-tcr Maltha Wood was chosen Itcbckiih'i and their fumlllei weie i- cantain. With the uld of their captain quested to be present, and a n icniilt and their talent, a play entitled 'The had a good crowd out, but owing t Spinsters' Fortnightly Club,' was given the thieatcnlng winther. u iiutnlt-r In the city hull, und was a decided were kept away. The program coin- success. With the proceeds of the en mittrc arranged a good proginm, tertnlnnient und by tho members pay which took place after the buinesr ing a year's dues In advance, the lodge session of the lodge, which was great- was put upon a financial bnsls. Fic.ni ly enjoyed by all. All enjoyed the time to time the lodge has given so Shumate saxophone quartette, and the clal. bake sales and entertainments Shumate boys nie very generous with jfor the good of tho order, their talent, and Forest City people aie "The first legalia was made of very pioud of the hoys, a there Jie,Whlte Hemlotta cloth and each mem not many towns that can toast of .ber of the degiee staff made her own saxophone quartette and all mcmboi ,robe. They ueic decorated with rib brothers. We also greatly enjoyed tlic bon, emblematic of her lank anil sta Dutch song by Mrs. N. II. Cook, ar. tlon. Occasionally one would have to mi wc did the vocal and instiumcntiil MihMltute In the staff, then n short solos lcndcied during the evening, us, person would put on n tail person well as the tradings und dialogue. ri,Cl r a slim peison would put on After the piogram the crowd enjoy- n ,tout person's robe the lesult wus the bountiful lunch of fried chick- 'embarrassing and laughable for the n sandwiches, nlckles, cake and cof- Utnff, but what about the candidate? fee, after which games were played, 'First impression wc lusting mem- iunrtettc, and fliUiiiiR by thofc mpw couvnted Into comfoit and ent to cnl. rAory urn icu m " we uome ui isiuvnj. jic.vi -." ttenlngs might be spent together. , degree tuff, and for a number of Mrs. N. II. Cook, a charter mcmocr, ; Xl.ar wa the only one tnui couui givu gave the following lepoit showing the e fCciet wink letter perfect, but scv- msiory oi me roresi m-uvnuu ium.-. .crai oi me iin.-ntivii n. ...... "Janunrv 14, 1P02, New I'olnt lodge, letter perfect nt thi time. The do of New Fo'lnt. Mo., met In the 1. 0. 0. ' KtfC ftaff spent many hour in pcr F. hall ut Forest City, Mo., for tncfrctnK the woik, und under the lead purpose of assisting In instituting a crshlp of Ilrothcr Howard Tearc, they i.k..i...i. iA.1..n tnnu-n ritf KmeAt He- l..-.i ....LMir.liwl liv lielnr- railed the best Ukah Lodge, No. 'J8!i. Sister Fannie ,iricl staff In the county. The staff Secrest. of Craig, Mo., officiated u ,now ,0nned 'wings,' not because they Instituting officer, having been com- wcrc ungcls, but it wa n suitable mlsrloneil ny iiroiner r.. inamc lor in iirupi-iyt " ;"'-''"" grand secretnry of the I. O. 0. I . of lftufr nil piescnted u like appear Missouri. The loilge convened ut 7:i0 .1CC ami ,, )0ok pretty with the pink p. in,, w i ill -Jimvi ....... w. v.. - ... Noble Grand' chair. Other stations were filled by vister of New I'olnt derree tuff. At 8;30 the ceremony of nld, who nie still in the home with the wife and mother! Lloyd llrnsscl, of I n rburv. Neb., and Wilma Ilrnsscl. of llaiVesville, Okla. Ilrothcr Ilrasse united with tnc Church of The Hrethren. and wns bap tized Sept. 16, lftlO, and died as he had Jgrani In Mound City, la.-t Sunday of llieii, in tnc faun. Hcs de the w dow and chl ilien thcie nie to mourn hi deceae, the seven sister, who are: Mrs. John Townely, Iilckcron, Oregon: Mrs. John Waggon er, Forct City, Mo.: Mr. Scott Wag guncr. Forest City. Mo.: Mrs. Martha Wilson, in e. .Mo.: .Mrs. I nomas wag- t ,.. . ,M1 V I . . I I T, . . . L;t ' goner, iiuer, en., .wri. iiirnuni 'k its, Mlnneola, Knnsas; Mrs. Everett I.amkln. l.os Angeles. Calif., and two brothers, Claud lirassel, of Troy, Kan sas, ami ucat- lirassel, oi r anbury, Neb. Robert lirassel ha lived in this com munity for many years, and leave a JJIGELOW IXEWS DOTS AND DASHES, DY IlUUE. JtWVMMSASSSSSSS J' and Mrs. Ira Chuning attend-! V. A. Solleder was visiting with ed the Children's Sunday school pro- relatives and friend In Thurman, Iowa, last Kiinuay. tcrncon. Jim Smith and Mr. Klmmcll last Mrs. Nelson McKce and son. Dick Iweck built u new brick fluo at tho Mlle, who were enroute from St. Jo-Cottonwood school house. This Is an scph to Lincoln, Neb., stopped off (improvement that has been needed for heic one lny last week and visited some time, and will be very much np with relative and friend:. pi eclated by both the teacher and pu- linn. Trlin Htn. 'IIj h .VtfV, wu....f w..- Ijll,. r isi. Robert Ashcr came ilown frota Toil am Ra n walker leased two ,i. cntlir,i.. n nir. ml vl. 1 ...... I... "H" . .... spring und planted the giound to po tatoes. The returns were 200 bushels, which are worth ?2 per bushel, or $400. The expenses for preparing the ground, planting und cultivating waa "$40j land lease, Kb; total expense, No. 1. Initiation was begun and twenty-three charter members being present weie und green ribbon, but they, too, havo been designed Into dainty aprons to ,. .-1,, tnt-vim villlnL- member. Not muny of the old original staff temains. The loilge nu moie ui-iu-mur and the work of the numeious other Athletic Committee Meeting. A committee on athletics wa ap pointed by the county superintendent of schools a few day ago. The com mittee is compoed of the following members: Supt. Sparling, of Mound City; Supt. Ramsey, of Foiest City; Supt. Karris, of Maitland: Supt. Skcl ton, of New I'olnt, and County Supt. l.lley. The committee met nt Mound City on Sept. IT, and organized the high schools in an out-dour basket ball league for the fall season. A very" elaborate schedule was devised for the sole purpoc of carrying out the orga nization In a perfected manner u In tended by the committee. Tho leugue comprises the following -choolsi Mouuil City, Oregon, Malt land. Finest City, Craig, lllgclow, New I'o nt. Corning. 1-nrtescue, Consolidat ed District No. 1. Uelow I the schedule a made by the committee: Sept. r.0: Oregon ut Foiest City. Maitland ut Mound City. Cons. District No. 1 ut New Point. Craig at Coming. Fortescue at lllgclow. October 7: Mound City at Otcgon. Forest City ut Cons. Dist New mini at .Mauinnu. Iligelow at Ctalg. Corning ut Fortecue. October 14: Mound City at Forest City. New I'olnt at Oiegon. Multlnnd at lllgclow. Corning ut Craig. Con Dlst. No. 1 ut Fottcscuc. October 21: Oiegon nt Mound City. Forest City nt New I'olnt. Craig ut Maitland. lllgclow at Com. Dlst. No. 1. Fortescue at Corning. October 28: Mound City nt New I'olnt. Mnltlund at Oregon. Fortescue nt Forest City. Con. Dist. No. 1 at Craig. Cornlne- ut lllgclow. November 4: New Point at Mound City. Oregon at Corning. Forest City nt Maitland. Iligelow at Fortescue. Craig at Cons. Dlst. No. 1. The four team winning tho highest Ecrcentnge of game will be selected y tho committee to play In the tour nnmcr.t for honor. A $25.00 cup will be awarded to first place, und the best basket ball that Lowe & Campbell fur nishes will bo awarded to second place. Now in the time to get ready for tho coming menu, o get your basket ball and v.-orlc on your tactics, Rules und rcgulution will be In the hands of the coaches within u lew day. CO. SUIT. NORTY L1LKY, Chaliman of Committee. faithful nnd sincere; a good husband am! comme ited until Sunday morning with hi mother, Mrs. W. H. Ashcr. Mr. Jesse Duncan wa shopping In St. Joseph, one day last week. Wonder what Fred Kecncy, our genial assistant cashier, ha up hlsr. sleeve? What' In the wind, Fred? Mr. Henry' Horchcr wa over one day last week from Mound City (Kast Iligelow), visiting with relatives Funeral .service were conductd nt S'"n" aI?itlln ,h,Cv,flr" tmPyDn Uus, large circle of friend who sympathize ". " ' ' "i."' ...... . . . i . .til OU. UI II WIC lll't VUllllllKl UsV. M I'll,.- wiui wc oereaveii lamuy, nnu wr.o win . , , b Try It again, ever remember him ns a man of up- ' n,. ,1 ,in.i,t.i-.l right, and honest life, Industrious. ,,,! . rp..ime.l Sundav after-1 noon from St. Joseph, wheie they had,an, friends. Mr. and Air. Frank Walker and laughters, Misses Kdith and F.rma,. oseph visitors, lust saiuruay. v Dougherty was a business) Cruig, one day the latter part low, oui - ... - , .l. ....... ,o: lasi wcck. thou shall know heieafter" A large lK". ,5 L' .i,. ' m,. .i Mr.. V. A. Solleder lefL gathering of relatives, friend "nd ' j.'0rtescue nelgh'boihood, wei'c lust 'the first of the week for Lo Angeles, 5fib-anCm0 thC A Fl .FVI)P sJmtay guests of Mr. and' Mr-. George Cnllf . where they will visit with Mr. 2C, ut 2u0 p. m. A rltlh.M). i...ter. Solleder' brother, Carl and wife. They uiifB'i'i t The i econl of the Iligelow school go through vlu Denver, D. & R. (5., charter mcmner oeiug inwm "ic'anil tnc worK oi uu- iiuibciuw odmlttril und obligated and seated; a captalns has been successful. At the ...na il.n ttiVn iin seventeen !..Ant ttmn ilm dpi-rre staff wear candidates, who were In wultlng for Initiation, the ballot being favorable, they were admitted and obligated and Matod. Sister Kva Illtt was chosen to take the mysteries of the Rebekah le Krec. After initiation nomination of officer were made. N. N. Shcuts per forming the duties of organizing secre tary. Sister Klizabeth Hovey was elected noble grand; Sister Kva Hltt, vice grand; Sister Chloe White, re cording secretary! Sister Louise Aus tin, financial secretary, Sister Jennie Cain, treasurer; there being but one name mentioned, the rules) of the lodge were suipcnded, und the officer were all elected by acclamation. A snort recef wa taken, and luncheon was served by the sister of Forest lodge. The loilge wa called to order and Sis ter Kmma Secrest installed the offi cers. Sister Hovey appointed as her . right and left supporters, Sisters Maud Austin nnd Grace Jones. Mster Eva Hltt appointed Sifters Etta Hann nnd Martha Wood n her right and left supporters. Sister Laura Hovey was appointed warden; Sister Cyntha Shu mate, conductor; Sister Mary Gflvin, chaplain; Sister Stella Sheats, inside guardian; Sister Rhoda Wntjon, out tide gnradlan. Brother E. M. Austin and A. J. Wood and Sister Eva Hltt were nppolnted to ill aft the by-laws of the lodge. Every other Monday nlgnt wa agreed upon for the Rebelfun meeting night, nnd for several years met upon that night, but an amend ment to the old law has changed It to every Monday night, and election of officer is held twice a year. The lodge was under dispensation from January to September, when it receiv ed a charter from the Grand Lodge. t New Point deme ataff P": I the short skirt, with pink and green ribbon ilrapcil trom mo icii, i und their work I beautiful to look upon. K. M. Austin was ine loiigox first insiamng ouicer, uv " followeil by Sister Corda Anderson, who had the distinction of being ills-.-t.. . i. ,,. tnctnlllncs nfffrer for a number of year, and only resigned her Office 011 account OI puur m-uwi. can be sold of Sister Anderson that .i ntn,iA.l tnnvn rpcrular sessions. pill' m.vii.iv.. --r. . visited more sister lodges and held more offices than any omer memuj.T In this lodge much to her credit. She might be called the most faithful in service. Sister r.nzaonin iioyc. past her 86th milestone, lias the honor ' . . . .. . .... l. . . 4 1, . fire- of being tno omen inewucii ni noble grand nnd the first past grand ,....i ti, r.rnnd l.ndrfi Assembly ns a delegate sent from this lodge. Sister Mae iiuiiocK-uurnc i,v noble grand of this lodge much to i ....i:t cl.i Alln Wntsan-lleav- era filled her office as noble grand without a book in fight, which was complimentary to her rank nnd sta- ti0"ihi Rebekah District Association was organized in Forest City lodge, room, delegates being present from all .v,.. i,i.. In h flittrtrt. The Re- iieltah order has been and is a great social center, where all classes can meet and enjoy nn evening's entertain ment, ine evening are upcni. in niu . t. nnnwB nn.1 rpf rpRViments. ThU be- n,, - - - - ing the 70th onniversary of the Re bekah order In the state, the president, Sister Ora VanPelt, invited this lodge y.AlAl,r,,t, TIiaca meetlncrB are for the purpose of calling together socially member oi ine looge wno seiaom Interest in lodge work. Mary Lodge, TIM tlie worx in sucn dwiuiu wiuiinnnn in iuu max j vuS, laiMuirt manner that It will be a of Mound City, waa the first to visit r WV UP VW vvaw It'DiMi awviw W VI vvw - "S I Private Sale Duroo Jersey Hogs. ; Owing to a cut in price of farm product, I have con cluded to offer from now until October 10, a lot of good March and April boar, at $30, $35 each big stretchy lellows; 100 to lfiO lbs. weight; also a few good open gilt. Buy now and savo money on good pure-bred hogs. Double treated. Alo four pure-bred Short Horn Dull Calve. Geo.C.Terhune Doth Phones. Forest City :: Missouri. xbiIsibih m m 3 mmm m mi Real Estate i- and City Property For Sale or Trade. Farm Loans A Speciality. Stalcup & Brooks I f Your Photograph I- ninny nppieclatcd by youi friends. OCR STUDIO is open to do your work. Wc have n nice line of MOUNTINGS. KODAK FINISHING done. THE Newton Studio Mound City :: :: .Misour. a few vriiM back was that every tench- .Suit er wliii tmjL'ht ill our school, if likc und the Southern Pacific not nl- line und will teturn the sumc route. ,.rll M-niil.l ltx within a veiv Reside visiting in l.oi Angcle. they short time and pieent Indications uie will also visit other point of Interest thut we arc going to nguln this rep- In thut vicinity. Their route takes - million. Of course, we don't know them through San Francisco, and thoy S who is "holding hands," but when will, nu doubt, enjoy the fine scenery some of our tencher get anxious nbout ulong the loutc thoroughly. gutting home curly frmn u shopping Guy Jones wa u business vlslloi " tour, it loiiks Ju-t a little suspicious. n st, Joseph, lust Saturduy. Hud It I.. R. Porter, of Hamburg, lown, m,t iH,t.n fnr n,e fllft that he teturiicil working second trick at the depot home on the afternoon train, wo would i during the aluonec of V. A. Sol eder, jhUr(. iaVt, uccused htm of going, down who I on hi vacation. No, gills, he to take In the circus. is not married either, ami nc wear , v Uen w tranacting bul- lies In Omaha, one day last week. thn mlli. that won't come off. too, I A large number of friend from i i .... Ti c,.,rf.ii nf VpUim Juy liurkc wu ncrc, several uayst i,erltm the XSSS? " JT" 'WU"R i ..i ritv. inat siiniinv niipnioon. r 4 5 One of our prominent attorney, one day last week, picked up .a fivt ilollor bill on the floor of our union depot, und Immediately made the fact known, und even went so for a to make inquiry in nn effort to locate the owner. Wc Just mention thi in Nelson wu the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Luther, and was raised In thi neighborhood, and for the past twenty year wa an engineer on the Vnrth,,i Pacific railroad, and lived with hi wife und four children In Man 5 .i,.. v l Tho hitter mirt of last week, while tiding In nn automobile, pusslng, because so many people give he was struck on u crossing by the our ntlorney the worst of it, and ti m engine of passenger tialn, an engine ! show that this class of people are hon " thut he .lad run for n number of years, jest, lliothcr L. A. Hunt hud lost thc- and wa injured o badly that he died bill, und, of course, appreciated the m within u few hour of the accident, honesty of the flniler untl to have tno .Mi. i.ntVinr won one of the city com missioner f Mnndan, and was on hi bill restored to htm. Thank you, Hill. October first (get it, one) i tho limit, John. V. A. Solleder wa In St. Joseph, last Satuiday, taking in the circus. Hob Gardner und family drover down from Fuirfax, last Sunday morn ing, und spent the day visiting with Mr. and Mr. Willie Smith, west of town. Recently Fortescue correspondent cxprcoed a gieut deal of pilde In the? fuct that they had in that vicinity u family of four generations, and wu agree with them that it i quite ait honor. However, thi I a common oc curence in thi vicinity; in fact, bo churche getting together, u Patent- the balance of her l ie. At nn en v common, mat wc nan nui inougni oi Teacher' meeting wa held at tho city uge the wu united in . marriage with j the matter until we saw the item lit hall. The purpose was for all tbo Geoigc Carter and to thi union tlnc .the l ortescue department. Here are nation of the school and all of tho chlldicn were born. Mr. Cnrter serve.! Just u few J. !. Ilrldgmon, daughter. faculty to get together und get nc- In the Civil War, wa sincKcn wiui The Senior class' met and organized .way to the city water woik pumping Thursday, Sept. 22. Officer of the plunt to look after the city class ure: President, rioyu i.easej.wnen inc iii-nm-m -vice-president, Elijah Alklre; trensur-.family has n large elide of friend er, Donald Shumate; news leporter, who mourn with them In their saddest rAHmiln l.vnrw. Mr. Ilnrmri wim of hour. chosen u sthe class sponsor. The class Mr. I.uclnda Guyer died at the ha decided on scarlet anil white a liome oi ncr iiaui.mii their clns color. The following arc Worley, Sept. 20. 1021, ut the age of the member of tho Senior class: Lucy 79 years, 7 month and .i day. .lr. Reynold, Nellie Wllkc. Gertrude Ly- Guycr was the oldest daughter of Ml. ons. Fern Louden, Donald Shumate,' and Mr. Miles Sipc. and wa born In Knthcilnn McKce, Floyd Lease and Page county, Ind coming to Holt Elijah Alklre. Icounty with her narrnU hen he ,va IJtst r nnny nignt, a a icsuii oi inc mire cui uhi i"i ---: Mr. Will Schatz and her daughter. Kutherlnc and two children. Aunt Matt Hinkle, son, J. C. (Hutch) Hinkle, hi son, Otho and daughter, Mi Julia Melton, sou, Mrs. (.oldie Aunt Ann teachers and the pupils, if they know ha made her home with her children. 1 Chancy, daughter, Mr. Henry Jones, each other. Up to n short time ogo sne wns in ner mn, t,uy Jones anil daughter, Mlssi Tho high school orchestra wa orga- usual health, und did not tnke down , Klizabeth. Mr. W. C. Dodson, son, nlzed Inst week under the suervlsion until ubout two week ago, and she jhn Doihon, son, Howard Dodson and of Miss Kelly. The music has been or- died from the infirmities of old age. ton. Mrs. J. F. Ilrldgmon, daughter, dercd and the orchestra will soon bo Everything possible wa done for her Mr. Will Thomson, duughtcr, Scgiu under way. The orchestra consists of bv her relatives and friends up to the Halgler and llttlo son. H. N. McKce, the following piece: Three cornets, time of her death. She leave daughter, Mrs. F. K. Allen, son, Don one trombone, two saxophones, trap children, Mr. Chu. Worley, Iligelow; Allen und duughter. W. F. Caton, drum and piano. Mr. Ed Noland, Napier; Mrs. Chas. , laughter, Mrs. J. M. Wilson, son, Geo. Last Friday evening the high school Carter, Forest City nnd Mrs. Richard (Wilson and son, Cleveland. Total, basket ball team played u game with a Karr, of Amazonia, besides u large eight, and chance ure we have left out team composed of the town boys. The circlo of friends to mourn her death. 0ne or two. score was 31 to 20, the high school get- Tho remains, accompanied by the rela-1 rn Chuning Is tearing down hi ting tho long end or the score. The tives anil a numoer oi iricnus oi we, nig nay barn this week, and will uso team has been practicting hard and Is family, were taken to Forbes last, the material for building a large, mod- oualnted. A short proginm was given fever and hi ought to ni nomc wnerc and nrtcr tnai ine "cats were sci-veu nc men. -i ) ' i- ...f ...! I.... in., vuitinn ril tn .liimea Guver. and to this union a while everybody went home, inc six cniuircn were niiii ''"'"; rianin. ..un. . school certainly nppicclates this sup- Mr. Guycr died Sept. 4, 1912, nt Na-lJamc Couts, daughter, port. It makes it easier for all the pier, and since that time Mrs. Guyer Perry and her daughter, showing some class. Forest City will .Thursday morning where funeral ter- play Oregon at Forest City, September vices were conducted by Ilrother U A. 30, and u tight game is promised. Hunt, who took his text from Isaiah Forest City was -sry fortunate In 65-7 "Let the wicked forsake his way, securing n Lyceum Course this ycar.'and the unrighteous man his thoughts, despite tho fact that the course last and let him return unto the Lord, and winter did not pay out; but, due to tho he will havo mercy upon him, and to fact that we nave secured so many" our God for he will abundantly par signers this year, we feel certain that 'don." After services at the church, the course will "pan" out. which was filled by i datives and For the first number, we have friends, who ha dguthered to sny a Marion Ilallou FIsk, cartoonist, lcctur- last good-bye; interment was In the er and entertainer, on October 6th. Forbes cemetery. The relative have Let' see a big crowd out to greet her, the sympathy of the entire neighbor- for It will be well worm your wnne to hood in their sail bereavement. hear her and It will also be a help to cm chicken house. Mr. Chuning is ail expert nt raising chickens, and Ira says he i going to do his part toward pro viding u modern house for their com fort. A part of the bain will bo uscif for u small shed. Pard Wilson Is the chief architect on the job. m-X":-x-:-m-x-x--:-:-x:-:--:-:- x Annual Live Forest City, so everybody como. F. C. II. S. E. o- Programme, October .1, '1921. Fortnightly Music Club. Piano Duct, Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Moore, Life of Schubert, Mrs. Hogan. Vocal Solo. "Who is Silvia," Mrs. Hinde. Piano Solo, Mrs llennlngcr. Quartette. Serenade. Schubert. Mcs- dames Hinde, O'Fallon, Hunt, Hogan. Leader, Mrs. umigmon. Hostess, Mrs. Henninger. Card of Thanks. We wibh to thnnk the many fiiendi for the kindness shown during the re cent sickness and death of our mother, CHARLEY WORLEY AND FAMILY. Forty two scholar attended tho Christian Sunday school, last Sunday morning, and the collection amounted to $1.72. The high school faculty has promised some special music for next Sunday. This alone will be worth your while. Everybody invited to come. George Dean, who has been work ing for John Dodson the past season, left the latter part of last week for Lua-TiL. J-ntl--ll Tlti f if lll-Mi-MflMil' -Tflll? W ei iwai'iii Vlin -III!'- iT i f Fine assortment of Bulbs now at the Mound City Green Rouse. Prices Falls City, Neb., where he has secured btob lower. employment lor tae winter. Stock Meeting The Live Stock Shipping As- sociation will hold Its Annual X .Mass meeting at the Forest V '.. City Hall, Saturday, October ? 1st. Time of meeting, 2 P. M. Everybody interested in co operative shipping, come, GEORGE TERHUNE, Secretary ll'.i.1l'f,..j wi),:v'iK'ti A. ;i-n'., : - 8 Sl i , H I TWiWli, i.7Ti Evangelical Church. Sunday, October 2, 1921: .Preaching; by the pastor at Oregon, !M5; Nick ell's Grove, 11:00; at, Benton, 7:30. , The meetings at Benton began Sep tember 28. and will continue for some time. Make these meetings a success by your presence. 7. WENDLAND, Pastor. !sj