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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921.
't ! i Ohlfunry. Lincoln School Note. Delle Pal-alee Lunxfonl, daughter of Lincoln chool opened Sept. 5, with It. H. (Uncle Henry )and Klxsiah Jane on cnroilmcnt of HC. The number in Lunsford. vn bo in near Voien Cltv. the illffcrcnt grade. are nx fololws: Md., December Mh, 1858; closed her First grrde, 10; second grndo, 2s third, eyes in eternal sleep, Sept. 1'3, lti.'I, i, men. i; aim scventn, s. inc ai aged 62 years V month. and 14 day, tendance for tldx month ha been veiy . At the t.go of l'J jc-irx she confessed good ,nnd wo hope It may continue .o. her faith In Chrisr, and became a mem- W'c also find wc have some pupils her of the Christian chuich, ut the with talent for poetry. When the liurr Oak school house. Dclle'x life seventh (trade ginmmar claxx wax H" mx'bee.i u living testimony to the iUetcd to compose a few verses of jtlory of (ol; the joaifi of her life poetry, we find the following poem by vvcic spent lor others. While her ltuell Hmilton: mcmbcishlp wax at the Forest City HASH HALL Christian chuich, if a revival wan In Thc lttcr wn rcady to strike, Irogres at on- of the other churches whc ,,c h,, ,t mpnt , nkCi one might have thought her member. rhe ntVv ,, you orc out. jhlp wu there; that element of felf- You ,,,,,, mlvc ,ccn the baUer pout, i-hncsx which n. often deep Into our Tlu, ncxt hMcT ,lit jt nnri, Ives secmx t.i have found no place In An, (noci(e, U out f the school yard, her heutt. She leave to mourn tier departure And away he went at a very hard pace, four filters Jlr.. Florence .Smith, Dcx lut before he even reached first bare; Moines, Iowa; Mrs. Com Anno, .Mr. lc (.tumbled and fell right on his face, Leona Anno, .Mrs Ida Elder, all of lAnd milch an a wink, up he Jumped, Forest City; tu Quittner, William I., And right into the first baseman he of New 1'olnt, .Mo., and Ernest, of, bumped. Maryvillc, .Mo . I ,, i On to ierlnd bare he ran, We are standing ul beside a silent He ald, "I want to gel there if I can." stream, The ball almost beat him Uierc, And across, JWft beyond our eight; )ut for this he did not care, Kalth iisurc uk that Heavenly He got there Just the same, mansion stand; I Although he wax a little lame. In that city of fadeless light. 'On he ran to third bae, The funeial etvlcex weie held at .Where he met the bu'eman face to the Forest City Christian chuich, Sun- face, day, Sept. SStli, af.2;n0. conducted by Aml then he looked again, Albert Martin, assisted by (J. W. .Max- ,He xaw the ball In the bascman'x hand, well, pator of the church; Interment wax In Forest City cemetery. A. .M. Cord of Thank. We wish to thank our dear filendx and neighbors fqr their kindness and sympathy during the sickness anil lentil of our dear Muter. Delle. MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, MRS. CORA AND I.KONA ANNO, MRS. IDA ELDER. WM. AND ERNEST LUNSFORD. Obituary. Lelyan Rett Whitmoic was bom at Forbes .Mo., Match 2!, IMC; died, Si p. tember IH. 1!2I. at the home of hi brother-in-law. Albeit Win ley, of Forties, being .'I years, month and 22 ilnj" old at the time of 111- de. . paituie. At the uge of 20 year he made a confession of his fin th in Jesus Christ. (Whioeer -hall confe Me before men, him -hull the Sim of Man also confe before the Angel. Luke 12:8.) He lene to mouin hi death, wife, two baby hoys Lelyan Dale Arnold und Chatlex Cailale; mother, Mrs Taylor, of Foibe n one sister, Mrs. Al beit W'uley, of Fotbe; two brothers John, of rorbes nnd Charlie, of St. ( Jorepn, Mo. I Certnl.ily he mut have had a very j great ho. t of friendn; the church houc would not accommmlate the crowd who ... came to pay their lurt tribute of love and rc'pect to their friend and fellow traveler. The funeral fcivlcc wu. he il Hut all In vain. It wax tr.o late; j'or already he had met hlx Ill-fate. "Out," cried the watching crowd, And the flrt baseman wa very proud. The pitcher finally took the ball, The lat batter wax almost ready to fall. lie Mild, "If ever 1 do hit It, "You tell the world I'll xpllt It." The pitcher gripped the ball very tight, And made II curve in it flight; You could rtitl ee the flrxt batter fout. Hut thlx time he ctruck, he wa out. The loer- xald, "We don't give a kick. Even if we did get licked." Ship your LIVE STOCK In Warren Cumrr:injs LIVE STOCK (OM. CO. i;.V.i,".7 Lite Stock Ktchunge, Kan-.i Cit, Mo. We al-o buy Mocker feeder on older. aed llaiold E. I'eiet, of Oregon, i- now ronnected with till firm, ami will give upeclal at tention tu any xhlpmentx or illicr burinexx from llit county. Death or Hugh lllgg. Iluith S. Illggx. u veteran of the at the Eoiliex M. E. chinch, conducted Civil War, and for many yearx u rea lty Albeit Mnr.In.'of Forext City; In. terment in the hoi be cemetery. A. M. -o- - rrogram. The MIlonary xociety of the Meth cdixt chi'ich mcetx'tit the home of Mrx, Atidrew Tochteriiuni on Friday after noon, Oct. T. The program I a fol low: Hymn. Devotional, Mix. Sarah Ranuay. Roll call, lllefd . Reading, "Hedged Virion,' Mary Whitmer. dent of Oregon, and u member of Meyer I'o-t of thU city, died at hi home in St. Jo-eph, on 'I uexday of thU ......I. C I- lll'lf ......I ...... l.rJ.K: ''':..'.r,.n" 'r.:: of Maltland, were In Oregon. Monday i i . . 'I'" 'A' "' : of thU week, xelllng xhare In the A Correction. Corning, Mo., Sept. 28, 1921. Editors Sentinel, Oregon, Mo. I no tice In The Sentinel of lat week, a statement to the effect that the Corn ing Levee District had let the contract for the reclamation woik here. Thl Ix a mistake. No contract for any mch work lias been let, ami will not be until the benef Itx and damages me aec.-cd, which ha not a yet been done, LEN WALTER, Secretary. O ' In Mcmnriam. In loving memory of our con nnd brother, who wa killed in France three yearx ago today, Sept. 27, whee body hax been returned home; gone but not forgotten. Sadly missed by moth er, Mix. buxie Cotton, Sister ami Hrotherx. o William flee and wife have re turned from their bridal trip. It. S. Logan and wife autoed to St. Joseph, Tuesday of thlx week. Shcr ff sccman wa attend nir to business In St. Joseph. Tuexday of this week. Mrx. Sam I.ouckx and 1 ttle xon weie St. Joeph visitors, Tuesday of thlx week. Charlex W. Anlbal, of Craig, wax transacting business in our cltv. Mon day of thlx week. Mr. and Mrx. E. 0. Cox. of Craig. were looking after buslncx Interests In Oregon, Wednesday of this week. Money for rami Loans. THE S1SSON LOAN & TITLE CO, Maryvillc. Ma Call, write or phone ui for term, it ror sale l'.i.s acre stock and grain farm In Holt county, well lm Ploved. Also a 21i.octe tract, improv ed. Sec or write, Frank Gentry, For. est City, Mo., for particulars. I'. Lucey wax called to Omaha. Wednesday of thlx week, by the seri ous Illness of hlx si-tor, .Mrx. Lev) Heilden, of University Mace, Neb., who Ix In a Hospital at Omaha. Jen. I.. (Jieene and wife rett'rned to their home In Twin Falls, Idaho, thi week, alter a three weeks vllt with hi parents, Mr. and Mrx. A. II. (irecne, and hlx si-terx and brothers, also other relatives and many friend-. Mrs Levi Schulte. after an ab sence of u week In St. Joeph witn her daughterx, Mlxc Florence aad I. ! ilan, ami her siter, Mr. Jame Car der, returned home Tuesday evening of thl week. Mr. Charle- Thimp-on and Mi-. Wick (ireene ami two children are spending a week or mi in Excel'lor Springs, taking n much needed ie-t, and getting the benefit of the wonilei ful water of this famou- resort. Our friend, III. Montgomery, IV Skldninie banker, ha boen down at Excelsior Spring getting fixed up, and he ha so improved that he has return ed home, stopping; heio for a few days' viit with hlx parents Robeit Mont- .gomcry and wife. Dr. iun llotiertx. wire und daugh ter, Dorothy dene, Dr. Joe Cowheid, wife and son, (.runt, and Di. C. C Denny, of Kansa City, were the gue.ts of Mrs. Mary Ilibbard ami her parents, C. D. Zook nnd wife, fur a few days, this week. oin y and lhar.c- r.. dinvex, QdorOoi Sale l lllllllllllllM OF LIVE STOCK 108 - CATTLE AND HOGS -108 As I am going out of the stock business, I will sell at public sale, at my farm, 5 miles southwest of Bigelow, and 31-2 miles northwest of Fortescue, on Big Lake, on Thursday, Oct. 13, 1921 Commencing at 10:30 o clock, a. m., sharp, the following: 6 - HEAD OF CATTLE - 6 2 Red Milk Cows, strippers; 1 Holstein Cow, stripper; all good cows; 1 Holstein Heifer, be fresh in the spring; 1 Durham Heifer, will be fresh in the spring; 1 Red Durham Bull, 2 years old in May. 102 - HEAD OF HOGS - 102 86 head of Shoats, averaging from 60 to 100 pounds; 14 head of sows, some with pigs by side, and some to have pigs; 2 boars, 1 Poland-China-Berkshire and 1 Red Boar. St. Joseph mine twelve years ago. He I survived by his wife, Mary iliggi; 'ix daughters, Mrs. William Reed, Kunsu City; Mis. Many Drown, Mrx. 'Irving Stiaw and Mrs. W. Hamm, all of Racine, Wi.; Mrs. (itiy Snavely and Mis. II. E. Fattig, huh of St. Jo-epli; two sous, Otis Craig, Mo.; George, Mis I'aillfl', Calif.; one ristei, Ruth Upp- house, and one brother, ln orge lllggx, Studv Honk. "Tim Kinirilnm and the Foit Madison. Iowa. The family when Nations." Chanter I, Japan and Kolea heir occupied the pmputy now owned Mrs. II. (i. Pierce. Mystery box, eondurtnl l Mis .Ro Kurtz. Huslnrss Social Hour. Hoteses Mrs Andrew Tochtel man and Mrx. Frank Foster. SECY by E.irl Cooper. At the close of our foims funeial aiiangements had not been made. ' ( ard or 'Hunks I We wirii to extend our thank to our friends, membeix of the Harris K. Muitland fair, one of the best oigani rations In the county, and one that should receive every encouiugement from pur people. Joe II. Huttx, an old time resident of our county, died ut his home in the Harmony district, on Friday lat, Spt. 23, l'J21, aged 72 years. He Is sur vived by hi widow, two son and two daughters. Funeral seivlces were held Sunday, 25th Inst., by Elder Harlan, of the Graham Christian clruich: inti ment in K. V. cemetery, of Maltland. The many mends or Airs. a. k. Cobuni will regret to learn that her health ha beccme such that he has gone to Mayo' hospital, Kccne.ter, Minn., where It Is feared an operation ... Ill ..A n..ui n v.. 1. .... !"... I. mr . at.r. StatentenVnTrl, Man- ifl'IW. of the Holt County Sentinel, published beloved son und brother. Thomas Fran- - S V JoVslh hu, bVeiX.e weekly at Oregon. Missouri, for Octo- cl Keatoi, 'several days In aTte ZZv .if.rrVD.lMM.yns. Oregon. Mo. RIIOTHKUS ANIMUS KIIS. b.' J . I I I ..laLiri I- Htii i rniT-iiiu'l ni III II. 1". 1 Ifllivn. I i ' MiiiKiiriiiL' Editor. Oreuon. Mo. Altention, (i. A. R. lluslness Manager, Tom Cuiry, Ore-' .Meyer Post will hold Itx regular gon. Mo. moniiuy meeting mi Saturday, uct. lubllsher, Tom Cuiry, Oregon, Mo. at 2 p. m. All comrade are urged to Owners The Sentinel Printing and " present. Publishing Company; D. P. Dobym, JACOII KINO, Commander. Oregon. Mo.; Tom Curry. Oregen, D. P. DOHVNS, Adjutant. Mo.; Mina Curry, Oregon, Mo.; Ed H.l Dobyns. Marcellne. Mo. FOR SALE. Known stockholders, mortgagees,' 130 acres, ten miles from St. Joseph, nnd other security holders, holding 1 ll miles fiom Amaionln. Crop roex per cent or more of total amount of with place at $123.00 per acre. Fair bonds, moitgagex cr other securities . improvements, none. TOM CURRY. Publisher, STAI.CUP & 11ROOKS. Sw:orn to subscribed before mc this 30th day of September. 1021. FRANK PETREK, . (Seal) ' Notary Public. (My eommlxslon'explres September 22, lli24.) Dr. Ponath, of St. Joseph, will DR. G. E. FORD SPECIALIST EXTRACTION OFTEETH ST. JOSEPH, MO. preach at the Methodist church, next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. , Albert huru, of the Moodville district, brcHight to town, Monday of Mrs. Sarah Hershner wax a St. thlx week, a largo squash of the Mam- Joseph visitor, Tuesday of thU week, moth variety. It weighs 84 pound . Tanlac, that wonderful medicine, ami can be seen In the rl office win- sold in Oregon by Henninger Ding Co. dow, I Judge II. M, Dungan, wife und Mrs. Lucy A. Tetrce, who hax son, Robert, visited In St. Jocph for a been' seriously ill at the home of her tuuple of days, this week, son, Flunk Petrce, appears now to be r-I!ox Supper and Pio Soclul at the on the road to recovery. Her daugti- Pierce school hcure, Friday evening, ter, Dr. Martha Petree, of Paris, Ken- Oct. 7.. Program, tucky. I here. nxisrtng In caring fori MARIE HODOIN, Teacher, her. W, A. Petre was here with her Horn, to Dwlght Meyer and wife, for leveral days, but lm returned to of the Klmsey school district, Tuesday his home In St. Joseph. I evening, Sent, 27, a fine girl baby, to Mix Martha' W. Morrison, of In- whom they have given the name, Mary glewood, Calif., virited last week with Jane. Dr. F. E. Bullock wax in ot her friend, Mr 'and Mrs. Philip tendance . Duntz. She wan1 enroute home from Nathaniel King, wife and three a visit In the East, having visited New children, of Caldwell, Idaho, ure visit York. Connecticut,- Massachusetts and Ing here, the guests of her futhcr, S. Washington, D, Oj"-Mrs Hunt i accom-,H. Forney, who is making his home ?iileci her r' faVrix Wymore, Neb., with hi son-in-law, Jeff Springer and where she' visited relativen for a few wife, anil they are also visiting with days, and from there went to Kansas her brothers and sisters. This Is her for a visit Miss Morrison will also first visit back to the old home In 19 visit In Denver on her way home. years. Oregon. She graduated from our high choo. In the c!nx of 1011. .Mis Olive Ollex, u registered nurse, and a particular friend of Miss Mabel, I here, assisting in the care of (.rand mother Petree. Just received u large shipment of the wonderful remedy, Tanlac. This Ix the great medicine you have been hearing so much about. Tho remedy that's made such u wonderful reputa tion and which hnx accomplished such lemaikablc restdts all over the United States and Canada. Get your bottle now at Henninger Drug Co. Trees Valuable to Farmer. The Milne of trees on a farm can hardly be overestimated, A principle laid down by wise observers is that !i per cent of nil area of plains nnd prairie states should be put Into trees The forest water Hie farm, ThU Is a patent fart In nil regions where Ir rigation Ix prartlred; It Is not less true In nil the rest of the country. TERMS: All sums of $20 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of six months will be riven on bankable note, hearing eight per cent interest. from date of sale. No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. JOHN F. IDEN P. M. BABB, Auctioneer Forlescue. 'xns, spent Srnday with their sister, Mr. and Mrs Robert Urown nndM"- McAllister and h-isband. son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrx. John Donan wrie C. E. llitz and family. viewing our new church In Foitecue, Mr. and Mrs Dan Nlnpell and " day, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. llitz and children I Mis cra Stuart Is nursing hr took si.x o'clock dinner, Saturday eve- sister, Mrs. Onille, Jackson, during nlng, w ith Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Poyntcr ' her sickness. and daughter. There were several fiom here at- Mr. Mollte Whipple and son, tendinis the rlrciu in St. Ji.tonh In.t James,' spent Sunday with Mr. und Saturday. Mrs. EH Hoyd. W. J. Brown and daughter. Luclle, There were b: in attendance at tne went to St. Joseph, one day thlx week, Fortescue Sunday school, and $2.51 ,t0 visit hlx wife, who is In i.ne ut the collection. Iho-pltals there. The Ladles' Home .Missionary so- Mrs Omohundro and son. Lee. of clety will hold a bake sale at the Labitre. are visiting at the John Fortescue liattK. r.verjuooy is invnen ij. nkle home. Mr. Fld McCoy, Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McAfee anil family spent Thursday of last week with Mr. and Mrx. Kdd Cotten. 1 Scott Hodgiti, of Oregon, wux In be, Friday of last week. ! Ellrabeth McAfee visited Mary iKIcffer, Sunday evening. I Jim (luyer and family visited hi father, Al Guycr, Suiuluy. to attend these sales, Mr. and Mr. Will .McDowell are visiting her lster, Mrs. Tom Stewart, of Aubuin, Neb., and Ix also visiting relative at Salem und .Nebraska city OHSERVER. rSnTif!iTlIW?MDiTOT At LEHMAN'S Th day w clo out .11 soft km th of pwcx good, of tvtrjr description m tU u short Iota of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You can near half by Forbes. Lee Cotton, of Forest Cite, lind Marv E la Stuart snent last week business in KnrLe.. Thursilav of lott visiting her aunt, Mr. James Duke. week. Professor Smith ami Vil!ard Dewey McAfee went to Oregon, Smith pcnt Thursday night with the Tuesday of last week. Hugh Henry boy. Mrs. Al Munyon and son, Oswell, Mr. and Mrs Will Stuart and visited ut the Edd Cotten home, Friday family spent Sunday with Mr. H. R. evening of last week. Stuart. Mrs Hill Slpcx went to St. Joicpb, Several from hcte attended the Saturday last, funeral of .Mr. Nelson Luther, In Mrs Minnie Metiler and dai'gh Mound City, Sunday. tors, Vivian and Luclle, of Mcntair.i, Mrs. S. M. Howard visited several came In, one day lust week, to visit her dav last week at the Dave Huttshome. mother and father, .Mr. and Mrs. Cha. In St. Joseph. Carter. R. L. Mlnton, of Kansas City, v.-; C. F. Klcffer had business In St. Iteil u few tlays, this wiek, with hi Joseph, one day, last week, parents .Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Mlnton. Mr. and Mrs Frank Field and Dr. J. L. Mlnton I attending to children, Donald and Mildred, spent Dr. J. L. Cox's practice, while Dr. and Saturday In St. Joseph. Mr. Cox are away on their trip. i Mi Molllo Cotten spent Sunday Jli1. Clias Holtsclaw is quite sick afternoon witji Mrs Emma Whltmore. at thl writing. We are glad to announco that Mrx. Dr. Hogan report a baby boy Sue Kelley l getting along fine, bom to Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Jackson, Mr. and Mr. John Cotten, of For September 25, weighing 8 pound. est City, spent last week with relatives Mr. nnd Mr, lluzz William and in Foibes children and Mrs. Chas William spent Mr. Dan Slpcs has been on the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry sick list. Hicks 1 Bryan Hudglns, Edd Cotten nnd Mrs. It. F. Poynter, Mrs. Settle James Slpes went to Oregon to the ball William and Mrs. llert Stuart were Bame, Sunday. shopping in Mound City, Monday. Mrs. Avu Raker went to St. Jo- If you never rode over a good tech. last Monday, crossing, you should ride over the first . Mr. and Mr. P. H, Raiser and crossing going Into Bigelow from the Mr. Cleargc Cotten all spent Sunday west. II you nave raise ,teern or raw with Mr, anil airs unci Hanks, Notice of Elect Inn. Mill Creek Drain I age District. State of Missouri, County of Holt, xs. i Notice Ix hereby given to the owners of lands tying within the boundaries 'nnd limit of Mill Creek Drainage Dix trlct, In Holt County. Missouri, that a meeting of the land owners of said district ha been called by the Hoard of Supcrvl ors of . said district to be held on Saturday, Oc tober 22ml, I'.1-1, at the school houo in School District Gl, In said State and County, for the purpose of electing one supervisor for the full term of ft year to succeed Philip Schlotzhauer whose term expire. That the poll will be open at 2:00 (o'clock p. m., sharp, on tnat day at the time anil place aforesaid ami will 'close at 4:00 o'clock p. m. of that day. Hy onler of the Hoard of Supervisors of Mill Creek Drainage District, Holt County, Missouri. This 17th day of September. 1921. I PHILIP SCHLOTZHAUER, Attest: President. I W. II. RICHARDS, Secretavy. o ! fireatest Demand for Wheat. I American wheat is experiencing it greater foreign boom than any tlmo in , history. During the mouth of August over 34,000,0(10 bushel of wheat were. Inspected anil paed for export. Thl ! I four times the umount of wheat ex ported In any previous August. For- clgn governments have bought moro American wheat this summer than ever before in the history of foreign I commerce. This is due to the general. 1 failure not only of grain crop, but of I the potato crop, throughout Europe. Mrs. I.. C. Kerns came ui from ,her home at Kansas City, on account' ot the illness ol her grandmother, ami , is visiting at tlw hcme; of her parents,. , j Julia Taylor, from White Cloud, Kan- daughter, of Oregon, visited his sister, Ing take care of her grandmother. In vour hair, vou had better hold to them as they will sure be gone. Mrs. uroce cnenowetn ami mis Mrs. R. V. Hudglns snent Sunday 8t the HarrUon ome. air. anu airs, win noriey ana