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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMP.ER 30, 1921. Forest City and Vicinity HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST, AS RECORDED BY DELP11EUS i.lligton, Kama. September . l'r'l. irtfilnc "K0.of Tar' 4 "'"nth mnl n ch ch " ,,uy'- In 1M thn ta '' bod r.r"?.LrP5t' J." An,Uvvl '"", MImoUiI. '"'" f, r lhe fnln v iii..v...l i.. L'.. r-l... i Forest City Mcthodin Church Note. ' Obituary. Sunday schoo every Sum.av 10 u , V n. m. u! 1 M'iry W'a'th Tow wn born In Trenching at 11:00 a. m. an.. 7 ... ''T u'tlc 9''ty. Kentucky, Ma 1, p. m. 'H-'y She did ut the home of her Devotional am. llil.le .tuily ev. . . ";,u""'r. J. h. iirown, nt Hen- ffvuiiv?uu iti i :.iu p. ni. Don't forgot that revival will begin at the .M.thtMii. .Holly invitcl to attend allthes'e sc -1 inrlMt h W l" K""1 c,t? vices v "r" 14lh' Sn" w-'t united In ' marriage tn Samuel I)icktn. To thl It inikt ih,,V v. ii"1""? ,lx dilldien f born, two dy- Sundav Khm.1 e ."i" " '? ,nf",,c- fnmlly I...V ni Vi. I ?. s,u",la morn- moved to St. Joseph. Mo. wheie Mr ever? first nnmi, 'prvi"'!"i'l'' "od Augu 3. 18 .l li nrf? rittK,,',,U !'fk""! ,(",',.,,l ,n St.Jo.eph. until and f nd " Ve'lcom,. Kmlo,l since which time ho ha. made It I C 1 1 Al'i ) I STitATTnv 'r hcmc wi,h hcr chll,Ircn' Shc KIUIAM) I STRATTON. .leave, one daughter, and three fori!.. lasloi.,Mr. J. S. Brown, of llennlngton, i hH.n.i. it..., i v . ;hnnj Neville Dickson, of Sttuk UaUr Invited l.P;., K.lCbMl' r"1' ,lKKi"'vll,c' Mo-i J- W. Pew of Is w ?a vwpm'6!'1? co f,n' Montana. Early in life. Mr t. . MAMU.I.L. 1'a.tnr. )f),.on nitP( wUh ,lp lapt!t Mm O t'lwT,, ... . i- huich. icmnlnlng steadfast to that Cltv Mnndav mo.? ent V Kw"f f"lth' l,'r,u'!h ,hf remainder of her n, le a few I". ' ,i',Bf,i,httre '."'' T,,(' fu"'ral wu ,,rM nt " r n l I R , llh hw nicer. I Inptlrt church, and wan conduct.,! by -The Kii ft ithetKtor. Rev. Richard L .Stratton' Mttv t h,f!rin '-' a cla to ie-t by the Mr of her Inland In partj at the farm of .Mr. A. Kullmrr. the l oie-t City cemetery. ..ii-.t ..vie iiihiui 'ounein present. Mr. and .Mm. NVljjhbour. wcie Invitcl. They had potatoes, eccs welnie. and bread and butter. They had a .lamly time. Miv. Sarah IVtter went to Rulo. Nel... Sunday, where nhe i- maklnir a week' vllt with her niece. Mr. Krank I'otter. Ml Annie Stanton, of thl- clt), and Me-ri. Hubert and I.toul Mat thew, of Oi.'son, .pent Sunday with Ml MaiKiieHte Martin. Mi. ami Mr... It. S. Teate. of Oie Con, weie vi-itine hen. Sun.lnv with their mother. Ml. C. K. WVIki ami .Mm. MuiIIiIh Ten.i.. Monii. Fltmnurlrt to. k -IrTi. Ia-t .'!"' ,,"mp "f A- " -I f ft c-y nod wife, Snturdav. and on the irk IM Hi '""'day f Ian week, for a weir.lo fever. We hope for hi. , ai'v wri v. ,"!", Tl'e pteent wen- Mr. and Mr. and Mi. Ilwiuht Nlen.. no,! vv,. Crawford, Mr .and Mr-. Whil.lnn ai.i! Mr. Mr. t,..i,.i. I'aniey Malrup, Mr. and Mm. John Ing t anir here In the laft year'n revival mcetinir, need. no Inti eduction. Mr. and Mm. T. J. Louden, tA New Point, and Mr. and Mm. E. II. Carl, of Harlan, Iowa, were virltlnR their par ent and Kr.mdpatcnl?, Mr. and Mm. E. lliock, a few day, l.vt week. Mc.mm. 0. K. Emery and I . V. Mlll drove to St. Joeph, Thtifday momliiK of laKt week, In the Emeiy car, where they attended the Miourl ll.inkcM' Ai elation, the reirii'nr an nual meeting, which wa held theie. 1.. T. Q&inn went to iMfhince Iowa, Friday, of lan week, to fee hl parent, Mr. and Mm. Daniel ljuii.n, !il father Icing lck. J II. Wilson wn putting a new cenunt rwf on hi offlre Iniilillni! on Grand Avenue, Friday ff (art week. C. J. llutrlrk and family movel lnt week to Thiier, Mo., to make heir home. Mr. llutrlrk ha been working foi Harvc Chile.., tl.o pa-l' two week. II. O. tianncn, of RnvcnwoiKl, M. wa tiutuartinc b'j.nc In our cit , Friday of la.t week. 1hurday afteinoon of lat wetk, the Oregon bu-lne." men came down and played a game with our buiiie.s men on our local mamoml. The m-oic wa three to nine In favor of Oiegcn, Ml" Kathctlue McKrc went to Maltlund, Friday evening of la.t wi ik, whcie he mane a few day' vlit w.tli her uncle und aunt, Mr. and Mm. J. I). tlrfdgmon and family, ivtu.nlng bom.', Sunday evening. .Mr. and Mr. J. V. I'nMon moved ThuMilay of lnt week fitm the Jame Will farm to the C. S. McKec faun. Mr. Albert Martin went to St. Joseph, Friday, whete he I making a eck'i4 vi.it with relutive and frfciuU. Card of Thank. I Mr. and Mm. Dave Wallace went We wl.h to thank our ni.inv fi-lmi to St. Jom'pIi, Saturday of la-t week. for the klndne ami vmpathy fhown when.' they wcie .hopping. They aim u at the burial of our beloved mother,' w"t oer and pent u lew .lay with aim thank for the beautiful florul 'bclr daughter, .Mr. and Mr. Ilair if feiinc-. I Frailer and family, near Savannah. MR. anil MRS. J. S. IIROWN W'allace leturued home Sunda. , Ml!, ami MRS. WM. DICKSON , '"'t Mr. Wallii.e i. niun.e.l for a Ml!, ami MRS. SAMUEL DICK- longer vlit. SON l (.eoige Wut-ou p. nt l rlila n .Ml:, and MRS. NEVILLE DICK- tomoon in fit. Jiwepli. I WHAT YOU SAVE I IS THE MEASURE OF YOUR SUCCESS. What you save Is the measure of your thrift, ttxtravagencc undermiruls your character: Saving stiffens the will, which is the belter for you, young man? Wc hope to see you soon open an account with the HOME BANK. The comforts of .saving gives more than offsets the necessary effort. Boost for Forest City. Keep your money at HOME in the HOME BANK OF FOREST CITY m SON AND FAMILY. The Standard lluner-' Clan- of the Methoiiit Sunday School met at Mi. and Mi-. Ien Miller .... I children ttnd .Mr, (i. W. Miller we e!-: vi!tinjr Sunday with Mr. and M . . 5 Hugh llurrier. Mr. ami Mm. ib t'ar-on. of Oiegon, a'm --nt the cv. ja nlng with them. 1: Mi. and Mr-. A. Ilavet wee1" St. Jocpli vltitor. Mi. inlay. I .. i,. i ii ti.i.i .'IT. IITI.I ..11. U. I,. Ill IIIKI.I1III. I Hoover took dlnnei an.l Ipent the .1 r Andermn, Mr. and .Mm. Chu-. Ilrunt-. Multlaiid, drove down Siin.la ixenn a Sunday, with tl elr paie' i- M- ii' m,'ir Mr. and Mm. O. E. Emery, ami lon'i vp.cr um) made n viml at Mr, .lame Meier, near Oi.'i'i.. .' vl'"- ' " Mll'rr, Mr. Finer and . tho C. . S. McKee home. ! Mi llarel Fold vr i one of daughter, Ml (hacej Mr. Wm. tiul- Mr. and Mr. um V.t-imu, ' , 2 our telephone ccntial gitl. began tak- ''iiiltli and on, Wilbur! Mr. I.ither I Kun-a l it i Mr. ami ?ii-. J. - ing her week', varathm. Mon.l.iv, and """dlton ami M.n. Illllle: Mr. Chil llr..wn, of lt.nnington. Kan.a.; Nov. Ml Nora llak.v I- w.kinL' . h.r JnnilM'iij Will Million, wife and two Dick, ni, of Staik ( lt, M.. and Wm. place. duughtcr. Otick and liul.e. j Dlck.on, of Detioit, Mich., came Su-.-; 5 Robert Anno nml Ml Fffle "J- M. Shumate letuined heme, day right and Monday morning to be t ..n.i M.. .....i m... l-.', . i .' Siiml.'iv nininliu-. finin hl Californvi I lien to nttend the funeral of their ti foul drove to 'Ma.yvl' e', S'enday In tho trip, w'heie he vllteij with hi bii.ther, nil llier, Mr. .Mary E. ll.ck.n, wlm y X-W-X-:' Anno car, wheie Mr. and .Mm. Lvn- Wln' ''huniali; and family. He waldll about 10 p. m., Friday of la t m.m.i foul returned to their home, after at- pone thin-week and had a good tlm.-. week, at the home of her daughtei, ' tending the funeial of Id- .1 ten Ml W. are glad to hear of Uncle Mr. and Mr. J. S. mown, of llonnli.g- , Delia Lunnforil. wlil-h was held heie Frank Shackelfoid' being much I t- ton. Kana. . ... Sui .lav ftermHiii ' ler. nfte. being on our lck.lt. the ' - Mr. nn.l Mr. E. I., llro.it.eck ami , "t and uncle, :-x-x-x-:-x-:-w-xx-m-c-m -:-x-:-:-.x-:-:"X-x:"X-:" Just a few things to keep in mind: Get your order in early, if you want it for dinner. We make one delivery in afternoon, at A p. m. CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE. LARABEE FLOUR. : Your account is due the first of each month. MOORE GROCERY CO. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. i i i t Mm. Itu.ell Meyer vilte!l 'Hiui. It week or more. family took Jinncr and-pent the day, Mureclla Dalle), llatry will return to avoriaftwe,katthe.Me.lwayll -Ml Sla.lv Uin.ler. of Savan-, .sun.i.iy. with hi- iler, Mlt ll.mr.ie l.eavenwortl., Kama-, and go to woilc rhome ne . ieiwaj noo ' h amc vor' Tup ,f ,u(l n.k ru.fk. at O.-gon. for the l.reat We.teni Stoe Shop- ..I, Illown l nlting in ma.ie a viii neie wiiii nrr nm i .nrr. ni. kuiuhi. .' ank, taking the place of "id uncle, A. II. Cu and family, and City, Okla., came up Tue.lay of la.t who U taking a vacation. lft in the evening for Mlnneitn n'- week; Mr. Thoma- Dunkvn. of Kan- da er Mm. A. M the Home lank 'I. V. w.i.rfi. W'h.t l tnkini- John France moved lat week 'o ley elionl niMiict to nuiKC a VI will the room above hi drag toie. Cart ber iter, Mr. und .Mi. Roy W like Haker l movlnir thl wrek to hi ptop- and family. erty, which he pmchaed from Mr.1 Ml llaiel l ord went to Mound France, and A. W. Cottrcll I movlr.g '". Tuenlay evening, of la-t week, Into the Cad Haker property. wheie he int the night at the h. I L. L. Teare nturned to C-alg, Courier home, returning home, Wed-Thur-day of lut week, from hi autn ne.lay. trip to Minnesota and other place. ( Mlc Jean McKee and Jn-ephlne FOR SALE Dry Cord Vood. lllnnlngham, of bt. Jopli, came up MRS. L. J. SCOTT. 1 Wedneday afteinoon of lat week, and -Judge I). C. Stallard ami family made a visit here with their home took dinner and pent the day, Sun- folk. day, at the W. E. liichar.lon home. Mr. J. M. Hnwkln, of Kana Mr. and Mr. Ralph Meyer and City, Mo., came up Wcdm-Mlny of la.t daughter, Charlotte Ruth, and flenrge week, and I- ninklng a thicc week Allabac drove up to near .Multlnnd.lvh.lt hcie with her cUtcr, Mr. C. L. Sunday, where they pent the day with i Mill and family. Mr. Meyer' parent-, Mr. and Mr. I J. T. Cheii.-y nu-.tc a l.u.lne. E. W. Smith. 'trip to Craig, T.ie.duy evening ..f la.t Sunday afternoon the Fore.t City .week, team defeated the Oregon team mil Mol. fioorge und J.ime I.ea-c the latter' diamond by a coie of lfiMient We.lneinl.iy of laft week in .-t. to If.. JiHepht. V. H. Fitzmauiice had u car load I Hobait Mejer, of St. Jo.cph, ramc of hoc on the St. Jm-cnh market, in Wednej-dav evening of Ian week, Saturday, hlppcl by the Mound City to hi mother,'. Mr .Ida Meyer. Mm. KNchnnge, Friday of lat week. I .Me.er i. tuined home with him that -FOR SAI.r; A vannrunt neui nigni, wneie mv .nu.io v Drill for $7f.00 and a HUH model Foul Touring car for $150.00. RAY ELLIOTT. -Mr. and Mr. II. S. Ilergmnn and v.it with tlieni. Mi. Allen Elder ircelved a letter laft week, fiom her mother, Mrs A. II. I'liyne. nt Catle. UKla., ayiiig in. i . i,r. Ml Lillian, of St. Jofeph. her father, A. II. Payne, was lck with came up Friday evening of lust week, , a fever. ... ... and made n few day' vlelt heie with I -Ml Annie Andeifon lettirne. At,- A null' Kfner and daughter. Mi (Jracc. Ml Lillian letumed home, Sunday, while Mr. and Mr. Ilergmnn remained longer. Ml Mnrie .Mo, of Moril. Okla.j licit Cotton and .Max Raker, of it.) . 4.. lllrvAlnu Nliril!.'lV .L, made a viit ui Mo., and Uelabcllo Elem, of Ilethany Vl ' , ii..i,.. i mvl. k'lmmel Mn.. ini?er. Itev. Larimme come "l"u"' I hlchlv recommended. Ml Elem hav 1 home, Thmxlny evening rf Inn week, from St. Jn-epli, where ne nan oeen making a week' visit with relative. The revival meeting of the Chi U tian church ha been postponed from October 17 to October 2. J. W'. Lali- more, evangelist, of .Mountain .roc, a t it, caine up Frlda of lat week, and Mr. Cha. Stewart, of Seneca, Kan. u, came Sunday, ami nil ma.ie n few day' virit here at the II. W. Schaeffur home. .in, j. r. iinnimon, o. iium, ,., came over Tue.day of la.t week ami pent nMew day heie with her pa rentr. Mr. and Mr. W. I'. tJiable. Mr. J. M. McCord, of Atchl'on, Kana, came Monday and spent a few day here at the Mr. Vine i.ovcy and T. E. Tcarc home. Mr. an.l Mr. William Thompfoti, of St. Jo-cph, came up Friday evening of last wee and spent a few day again J. L. An. Iter, on, Noel, ami d.it'ghtcr, Mis Nnima ami Ml Fmiice Emeivnn went to St. 'Jo-eph, Saturduy morning ..r last week, where they spent the da). Mr. inn I Jlr.. t ha. Vanhoorier S. an.l Mis tl.ty morning of last week, wheie M,- Hazel ami Mr. i;. II. Karl were united ut high noon by Rev. John T. Caskey, who i the pnMor of the 1'iaiiii Stieet Meth.lit rhurrh. MN Hazel has finished high .ehool and taken a basi lic rouiso nt Omaha, Neln., ami a year lit college wolk at Matyvll'e, M . She ha been keepinir book, the pan two year for the. W. II. Carl A- Son Furniture and Music stole, at llailan, Iowa. They left Monday f'.r llailan, where they will make their futon and two chlldien. Eugene and Marguerite, all .hove to St. Joseph. Mimlay, where they spent the .laylhome. we exten.l our congratulation , -it li Mr. Vanh.wter' In other, Mr. 'and wish the ma long, piu.perou llle. ' I I .... ... i .... .. . .. I their families. Ilruce.went to St. Jo seph, Tuesday mnrnlni!,"l.here he hnd a mixed car of hog and cattle on tho mark. t. Ml Cecil Ilei hum accompanied Mlf Julia McKee out to the llurr Onk school, Tues.iny morning, where ho mnde a vt - it at the school. - ..Mm. Amo Meyer and family and Mr. ami Mr. Oeorge Elliott, f tho Klm.ey ili-trict, i-nt Sunday here at the Luther Hamilton home. l!o (Slime p.ied away at hU home in the Highland diMilct, Monday morning, ami wa huricd'ln the Mapln (Srove cemetery at Oiegon, Tue.dny. Rot wa the mn if Mr. and Mr. Dan Srime, who formeily lived In the Schaeffer district, nml l well known mound here. Win. Wood wa on the sick list, a few day, the pr.st week, but l now Improving. -!ro. William-. O. E. I'lummer, Otto Speieel ami C. S. McKee began Monday, helpinir to build the new school hou.'C at N'ew Point. PETREE BROS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW New Office. tlpMalri Over Po.lofflre. S. V O'FALLON. PrenWent. OEORC.E I.EIIMER, Vlce-Pret. W. P. SCI1ULTK. CaOiIer. JESSIE J. JONES, AM't Cah. THE CITIZEN'S BANK ORECON, MO. Capital Slock anil Surplus, $32,000.01 :o: Transacts n general banking bust' or. Interest paid on deposits left for n s-peclficd time. Draft lurd on principal cities. Collection mnde and promptly re mltled. Director: R. V. O'Fnllcn, Ororg Uhtnet. W. P. Schulte, J. A. Krcek, Robert Kncale. tlKMSON ' MISSOURI i i. DR. L. McFALL OSTEOPATHIC PIIVSICIAN nml Si'KCEON.' In Oregon Monday, Wed. neoday anil Saturday lore tioi.nt King Hill llldg., St. Jo Keph, Mo., remainder of week. BERT G. PIERCE DENTIST Oregon, Mo. Office in llic Moore Building Office Hour 9:00 n. m. to 12:00 m. 1:30 p. m. tn f.:00 n. m. ami Mr. Leo Cooper; their mother, Mr. Jame Cooper, of Atchison, Kansas, wa also there. Cha. Reed made a huslne trip ... St. Joseph, Sutui.lay of last week, Mm. Vic llukei, of Fuiihury, Neb., i am Tuesday of lat week, and pent a few day at the Kohert llra'el home, The Farmer' Erhaiii.'0. ..f Mound City, hud u ear o final on sale her.-, the flrrt of thl week, ut MM per tun. .Mr. ami .Mi, .who niton ,n.l Notice of Shi rlflV Salt- n Parlition. (.eoige Watson. Pinter Lyon. Peail Mser. Am... Lnn, William P. Wat--i.n, .loan. Wat-.m, plaintiff, v. Jenr.le M. Watn, Ruth S. Wattou, I. In E. Watson, Edith lliodbeck, Lawienre Katirber, Mary Kaucher, Eva llrunn.'i, l.illle Clink, Auto Sale (Yutpniiy, Ed Kramer and D. II. Lyons Defendant. In tin' Circuit Court of Holt County, .MIsh.uiI. To the October lei in, Ily virtue ami authority of a decree, of partition and order of sale made In the iiIhm' entitled cause by the Cir cuit Court of Holt County, Missouri, fundi" i.ent -i'inl .! i . Iat v k.'on th" 17th day of .May. HUM. and on with relative and friend in F.nbe-, ,lhe econd day of the, regular Muy of last weT ami spent a iew .m i n rew .lay at the Ki.bert Itrmel home, leturniug home, Sunday. Teim. lll'JI. of said court, n certified here with her folks, Mr. and .Mr., north of Mound City, ami heie with A happy crowd gatheied at the copy of which decree and older of alo .HJ.l ..lllin ..I.'. .... nM.ii.n home of Adam Schaeffer, Sunday, jwa ma.ln out by the Cleik of al.l went to Mnun.ltlty.niur.iay evening, Mr. Jesse Wal.lion, of haua Sept. 2S. to celebrate the birthday of court and a certified ropy thereof t.i wncre in; row..-., n-i. . ' "?! " ' ) ," '"'i .iim. Krhaerfer lather, .Ml. Y ..the un.leMlgiie.l .lellvewil on tho J7tll Mr. nr.. Mis. W. I). Morgu ami d making a week' visit heie wllli Johnson, of Alliance, Ohio, who I he o day of June. VM. I will on Wcdne- grandson. William Morga. went to St. r.er futher. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Din- visiting. At noon a bounteou dinner ..lay. the '.'fitli day of October, 1021, Jo-eph, I ri.lay evening of U-t wreK, win.lip Iwa sewd In the gnive. wheie a luie 'during the setting of. Hold court for where they peU a few-, lay with their -Alice Claik spent hi May nlKht birthday cake, ilecoraled with 01 can-'the October Term. 11121, between the inn. Mr. n'n.1 Mrs. Ed Morgn and fam Ily, retunilng home, Monday. MI Ermll Alklie, of the nlnut (5 rove district, came down Wednesday evening of last week, and spent the night here with her uncle ami aunt, Mr. nnd Mr. .1. E. Alklre nml fam ly. Wlllai.l Iiahn left weunesoay und hntunluy of last week with ,a. Til f,,r .Mr. .IlIhiwhi mul 1 (, I,, ,,r ,.,l,,.l In tin. finrnnnii larguerite Nanhoozler, leturning , K.ninildaughter, Mr. Tom Lease, 'nml five o'clock in the ufteinoun or nnme, Saturday evening. w, Ul.rp reiUiil to perfonn the ceie- .that day, at the front door of the court Mr. Richard Rodger, of howler, mony of blowing out the candle-. T e hou-e in the city of Oiegon, In Holt hnnsu. came Saturday of last week, aftrtiHin wu pent in game, visiting 'County, .Missouri, -ell ut public vendue, ..ml made a visit here with her iter. al)( trailing other day. Four gen- to the hlghe-t bidder, the following Mr. and Mr. John Waggoner nml ,.latin v. ere pieseut, In the person ilecilbed real e-tate. vls The South- 'am ... mul with hi'v mother. Kolicit ..r .. i..i..... 1.1. .1 41... r c..i.... i,ut..ri,... eveninK u. .... i mum hu.i iuiiiii), nr.,, ....i ...). 1 .Nellie linme. her .luuglilei , .MM. .Net- j (), eiicepl Hie -outn twenty (jui Island. Navy MtU, at I hlladelpntu, Mis Ilernlce Lease spent Sunday tie Lease and baby, Lima. Tho-e pie, aciei and except a tract beginning at Pa. He will also accompany ' Ids wire ,Bnt !ln, Sunday with Ml Krmll ont ttl.re, Ml., Ilhl K, s, J,. L t,m(! twenty (20) iwU North of thn und baby to New V.rk City, nif Alklre in the Walnut t.rove ilistrlct. H,n, of Alllunce. Ohio; Mr. ami Mr. I southwest corner of the southeast which he will icturn to ir.c navy .....! iiH nettle Heeler, .11 tiranani, (;purK Iteove; C. L. Johu-nn ami nuuiter of ctlon thirty-five (3r,)j 1 unn 01 n off of tho ctlon by ami lepoii mr mj ..... , .io cunie nowii run..? . -V, ' Ifamlly, of HI. Joseph; itay r.. Johnson, thence r.a-t along the .orti seaman. He has joined for four car-. ; p,,ent few ,ay here with Mis ',)f j.-,,! Cty jjc, , omy Crime and Itwenty CM) one tract fold Mr. Clau.l nnnei weni u . ... .aUne Williams, ami ol iter nien.i, fumi.. T,nmu Lea-e and family. A. .nutli side of -aid .waiter si tho Robert Ilriisel home, norm 01 returning to (iraham, Sunday vening. Schaeffer and family, Mr. Mnttlo Samuel Watson to l.llbuin TiAtimi I'trv. iiFMiuv miiiHi, i .1. mviii. wni iiiih urrri iilivi i i.v... ..-1 r.. 1.. ,....1 ' 1 n..i r ..1 . un c nun v u 111 ' i 4iiii i riitt r ah 11 it- urun ' The Road to the Poor House, If In a hurry to get to tho poor house, take the road that lead through the bucket shop und passe the race tinck, the o well an.l the salted shaft of "the got-r ch-qulck" m no. If you would remain witli u n prosperous, thrifty, respected nnd honor ed cltiien, take tho road to THIS HANK, and dump your money l,U" Our'V-ustVnier uio our first consideration in running thl bunk: wo nie hero to servo and bellovo we havo proven in tho pat that wc uio ablo to do everything a good and afc bank hhnuld do. cunomcr of this bank, you should be. LET US SERVE YOU. WE PAY FOUR PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS. THE OLD RE LI A RLE, BanK of Forest City Capital, Surplus and Profits, $10,000.00 FOREST CITT MISSOURI t n.. ...UMI... - I.....' , - . .... 1 . . I ...III UI I' ,11111. 1 I J lust week, where slui spent a iew .iaji mg the Sweeney Autn uiftl I uictor famy. All departed at a late hour leturning home, Thursday. . school at Kanfn City, Mopped over ,,,. wUhng the mmany happy re- The Fanner' Shipping Assoctn- her(.i Sntuttlay evening of last week, tun ,)f tho day. tlon shinned n ear of mixed rtrck, Hog , ,inl) pct tPW ,ny with Mr. ami I jjrt alll jjr, o. E. Emery, Mr. ami cattle, tc the 'St. Joseph rnaiket, , Mjl Ooibln Cllft and family, while on !ril jr)1 Wi n Seymour took dinner Wedne.lay evening of Inst week. ; h wn. home at Loveland, Colo. ial the evening at the Jamison Mr. nn.l Mr. Dan Hahn. Jr., ami ( j, jj, Campbell made a buMnc.- ,mP Wednesday of last week. ..Million nont Thursday of Ian. wo.k ..... fn Joi.ei.li. Mon.lnv moining. I w i n, iii,,i I Ct liunnli. ilrlvillL' (luWM III tllClt 4 tn mm " 1 ..- ' " i oi'tiiiiit-1 I" 1 nulling m mv mm . uui ivi t ' v car. , , . I wood, Kansas an.l Cha. I eterson. or effect n ditch would havo going west six (3(1), lying North of the creek, also O. A. William ma.lo n huMne - sli joscnhl alll .Mr. Wm. I.unsfnrd, of !ut lol1, Cl)( f s.iuaw Cieek district, a tiact commencing In thn inlddlo of trip to St. Joseph, inursnay 01 ni. Tecunisch, Ncbr., came hun.lay moin- We uio wondering why tho wilier was 'Mill Cieek at Intersection of creek and week. (Sleen, to outhwar.l from the -outheast corner nf tho city of Oiegon; thence uotthwesteily along thn center of said load until it Inter sect the we.t line of said iiiartor sec tion; thence south to beginning, and containing one bundled ami thirty (130) acres mine or les, and that part nf tho West forty MO) acie of tho uu it: iiMiti"' 1 - .1 until aim ri n st Jnfcenli. Sntuiilay. nnd nttcrnleii whlrh wnn hold Sundav nftomoon, the circun. Wp note tho (ollowlnffs J. Hum KIcmlnKS. of Delia, Kniwttf, Ini fiinl nttrnilnil thn fllllprul llf tilt tr 1, ...Ar.,1 .. -v i..ll..ti ..r tlm . ,.-lt Il.in l..lti mm tn'tlnj I lilt. Quito a number of our people went , ailtlt am pigtcr, Ml Dell Lunsfoi.l, bad effect ax to the depth of ditch and ty.five (88) and thirty-six (.'!); thonco to tho length or It uriiiiciai icvee, iUp tho creeK lar cnougn 10 inciuou should It come mutli? Why not leave 'Samuel Wutson cording machine, thence South far enough to inciu.10 ono aero by running wen to the lec tion lino and North to tlm commencing, containing eighteen (18) acre moio or less, all lying and being In town shin sixty (f.0) North, of Range thirty eight (118) Wct of tho fith P. M. and containing In all one numbed and forty-eight (M8) acre more or less, E. Alklre. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Poster. 1 came over hero Thursday of last week Miss Sadie rrussmun, mt. unn ,ni. 1 m 1,1, cart wm, jcnn Winn nn.l snenc Lnrmnr Prtissman, Donald and 1 fow ,ayg ),cro with Mr. an.l Mi. Lewi Shumate, Floyd l.eae, Mr. L. j, y. Dunn ami fnmlly, leaving hefo Thornhlll. Miss Sarnh Ros, Cecil l.l.l- Saturday evening for Rock Port, Mo er, MU Dolllo Qi'lck und many nthcr. 1 wnerc ho I making a visit with his 11. T. Alk he. of Oregon, wa a j,,.,. Mr.. John Jnnn ce, busine visitor In our cltyr riday nf-1 Mls8 Fern Louden spent Satuiday ImmmM f.f ll.St WCCk. Thoma Vino Teare Is on our slck IIM. Ml. A. M. Urown Is filling hi plnco In tho Home Hank. Eugene an.l Marguerite Vnnhooz ler went to St. Joseph, Snturday of last week, where Eugene begin taking nvj.de lesson on the violin from Miss While. . , . ,, Harry Moberly returned to hi heme at KansaVi City, Saturday of Inst week, after a five weeks' vliil with his thl buMnes to the engineer and the government? Messrs. J. J. darner und son, D. N. (Jarner, went to Hamburg, Iowa, on business, Tuesday, and to visit their duughtcr an.l Iter, Mr- and Mrs. Jacob Ward und family. Me. n.wl Mr. Kluvil Coffmnii and nml un.iny Willi nee ioiks, .nr. unn .puby, of the Union iliMUct, spent nn Mr. T. J. Loi'den. ut New Point. Mr. and Mr. James Jackson, of the Unlon.illstricti Mrs. Gideon Kunkel and Mrs. Cha. Rhodes, of mrtescue; day with his parent. Mr. and Mr. St M, Coffman an.l family. Mr. and Mr. J. S. Iliown. nf Hen- nlngtnn, Kansas, spent Monday night took dinner and spent the day, Sunday, !at the Mrs. Vino Ilovey home, return ut the una, liruntmeyer nomc. ing home Tuesday morning. Mild Hatel I-ouden, of New Point, Mr. nnd Mrs. II nice Ilullock, of nnd Mr. E. D. Earl, of Harlan, Iowa, Jthe Monarch district, came Monday accompanied by Miss Louden's pa- evening and made a visit here with rents, Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Louden, of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Bui New Polnt.'drove to St. Joseph, Thurs- lock and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alkiro and nnd lots 0110 (1). two (2), three (S) and four (!), Illock 'seventeen (17), Lot seven (7), Illock fifty-seven (67) and the West Half of Illock slxtyrfour (C4).in the town of Oregon, being tho same lands described In the petition herein filed and all lying and being in Holt County. Missouri. Terms of Sale: Cash In hand ALBERT W. SEEMAN, Sheriff of Holt County, Missouri. ' 1 rf S-i iiHtMtsiiA.r 1 J . .'.V.'V ... '1... -. i .4 ,s - . . '. ' .".,' .'" ' i' . '. t H. 1 . . . I I I I ! B II III.M M.ll. M I ! I I " n " m. . l IMI ..M ll.li I m I I.I M..I .1, .-.-V.