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New Point and Vicinity.
- Mis. Pearl Lent uml family went
to Malt land tu visit nt I lie I mini' of
Tin- baby of Mr. anil Mrs. Clunks
Wrlfeht, wlio has been quite sIcU, the
4!l few days, It better.
- Horn, to Will Itiuliardsoti and
wife, .lamiary '.'I, 1013, a daughter.
Pr. Kearney attending physician.
Henry Meyer and wife oamodown
Friday evening and visited until Sat
urday evenlns with their sun, Italpb
James (,'aln eamu home. Saturday,
but(rettirned to Kansas City, Mon
day njiornlntf, to tw with hN hrother.
Thomas, a few days.
-Messrs. .lames and Thomas Cain
went to Kansas City, last week.
Tbqnlus was operated on at the tier
mari' Hospital for hernia.
.Iiatles llrook went to Kansas
City..1 Monday, to the (icniiaii Hos
pital 'lor treaiment. His many friends
liopplto see lilm at homo soon, strong
to muii, Satiuila.v. .Inn.
the'l'larmers' Mutual Telephone Co.,
lit Now Point, will ieeele sealed bids
fur an opotator for Hie Central olllce
at, Now Point.
Mr:'. I.ydla lloltou is Ml Inn at
Ibo. home of her hrother, IM. Ia I.
They ait: moving and storing the
liouhuhold (,'oods of Grandma Davis:
and vharles Field and family aie to
fake jiossesslon or the place the Hist
of the month. Nitim.
Mr. Woddle lias been iiilie sick
Urn past week.
Mr. I'Vauk Kuukel Is on thesiek
Mst. this week.
- Miss Moielta Find had a slein' of
Ibeirrlppe. last week.
Mr. .McClaiialian was on the li'k
list, several days. I.i1 week.
Irvine Matin-is and family visited
At the (!eorie Kllin homo. Tuesday.
Mr. and Mt. I'.ive Wallace weiu
quests nf iclatlvos ln irciroti, Sunday.
.(Julie ii iiiimhei olschool children
am :il-t iil from s,.i,i,i, on account of
Mrs. I'.orl Hamilton, of tullman,
is i"lio iruest of Win. Hamilton and
'atull.v. this week.
Mt. and Mi. Dan l.ail.eiis and
illle tlaiiKhter. (.'bailone. visited tela
Mvi heie. Sunday.
Mis. Perry Tuiiiey. who lias bean
le.k with the grippe, was ubleto Ih;Iii
Sunday school. with borol.iss. Sahhalh
. Miss Colli I leather, who has lieeil
attending school In St. .Ioopli. Is
spending the week wllli her uml her.
Mrs. Win. Craw foul.
There will he prcacliiiiLr at the M.
K. cliiircli. Sunday, mornlii'.' and
cvviiluu. by I he pastor. I!ev. C. C.
Miller. Kverybndy Invited.
Piof. Kerr, principal ofoiirscliool
-.V1T.1I yuais aim, and now assistant.
State Superintendent, visited our
ehool. one day last week, lie Is now
loeateil at .letlersoti CH.
Nupier and Vicinity.
.tohu Kriisor. of Craig, was in
Napier, Mond.ij, on business.
I.conaiil I'oills, of lllalr district,
was In Napier. Monday, shopphi);.
Howard Lent and l.ee livid aie
awing wood, at present, for a stormy
Ilouuid Lent ami faiullv spenl
Mis. Henry Itelger, of Presl iu,
Nebraska, visltetl a few days with hor
son, I.. A. Hanks.
.loo Noland and faiullv, of Potest,
City, visited Sunday vvllbblsbriitber,
Will, and family.
- Well, such weather as this, makes
people wish they had that ice cream
money they "pent last summer.
.lames Meyers and family, who
have for the past year lived on (lamp
Minion's place, baut moved to Napier.
-lilllman Waldeu's brother, who
has Urn here visiting for the past,
week, letiiined to his home hi lloxle,
Kansas, Suui)ay night,
John Calon. who has lived In
Napier, the past year and worked for
Kir man Mrlokler. moved to Mound
Cltji', one day. Iat week.
Mrs, .lames Watson and sou re
turned to their home in Mound Cily.i
Sunday, after several days' visit with I
her parents. Mr. anilMrs.Clias.Paxton.
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P. E. O. Programs.
Hostess. Mrs. Morll Mailtn.
Magazine Article No. I- Mrs. Heller.
Lesson Hevlevv, Chap. t Mrs.
Piano Solo-Mrs. o'Fallou.
Magazine Article No. :!-MIsh Welly-
Itoll Call. Miscellaneous.
n:n. 7, Itil.'l.
Hostess -Mrs. Montgomery.
Magazine Article, No. II Mrs.
Vocal (Juarlette Mesilames .oiler,
Kccles, Miinn and Hindu.
Magalne Article. Nil. IV Mrs.
Itoll Call. Miscellaneous.
n:n. 21, Itil.'l. f
Hostess Mrs. Minnie Mooie.
Magazine Article, No. I Mis.
Piano Solo Mrs. Prank Allen.
Magazine Article, No. lit Mrs.
Hull Call. Pal i lot lo.
lit the bright sunlight ou arallioad
station In Georgia slept a colored
brother. He snored gentl), with his
mouth ajar and his long, moist
tongue testing ou his chest like a pink
plush necktie. Northcrucrcllmbcd
oil a train to stretch his legs, un
screwed the top of a capsule and, ad
vancing on tiptoe, dusted leu grains
of iitlnlnc on the surface of the
darkey's tongue. Presently the negio
sucked his tongue hack Inside his
mouth and Instantly he arose with a
start and looked about him wildly.
"Mlstah," he said to the Joker, "Is
you a doctahY"
"Well, then, klu y.i tell me vvbar I
Mil tin' me a doi'luh light away?"
"What tlo von want with adooloiV"
'Powerful sick "
"Do you know what's tllt matter
"Sutlln'ly I knows what's do mai
led with me mall gall's Iius,m:".
Important Notice to Rural Free De
livery and Star Route Patrons.
Do you feel the need ofadall.v paper
hi your homey If so. you doubt lev
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will thuiefoie appreciate the big
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daily, add 2.nn lor the Sunday. ie
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ing the I'ariii and Home Nlagalne
Section In eolors, e.i, where hi llil
taper. Addiess liiolm Print lug Co..
PuhlMicis, Si. I Is, Mo.
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby given, that llierii
will he au Aniiii.il Meeting of Hie
Stockholders of The Clt Iens' Hank of
Oregon, Missouri, held at, the olllce of
The Clt Iens' Hank hi Oiegou. Mis
SATURDAY, FK1I. in, lUX'.l,
at It o'clock a. iu for the purpose of
electing live directors for the ensuing
year, and transacting any and all
hushiessihat may come before said
meeting, lly mder of the Ptesideiit.
.1. A. KltllCK, D.Mi;i, .U'llMAN,
Secretary of llnaid. President.
Notice Is Hereby, Given
That sealed bids for superintendent
of the county poor Tat in will lie re
ceived at t ho county cleik's olllce at
Oregon, Missouri. Said Mils lo spec
Ify what they will do Hie work for,
the county furnishing the necessary
hired help. Said bids lo lie Hied with
the county clerk uu or before 12 in.,
on I'rldav, Hie lib day of February,
IHI.'I. Thu court reserving the right
to reject any and all bids.
I'. L. X.Ki.i.i'.u,
lly order of Court . County Clerk.
Member of Meyer Post, (i. A. It.,
will please romeiuU-r their next meet
ing wilt bo held Salinday,.latiiury '-'',
IHI.'I, at 2 p in., at. Hie Iiouie of thu
adjutant. Lot there he a full attend
ance, as the Installation of nftlccrs for
IHi:i will be held at this meeting.
T. C. Kiii.i.hii, Commander.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office first door west
of Citizen Hunk.
flljr K. O. HKI.I.KtW. IMrclor of
nlnK LVpHrltnrnl Ttir Mondr Tllbt In
allttilo nf rtilrnno.)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 26.
CAIN AND ABKL.
t.i:8BOS; TKXT-0-tiflii 4:118.
OOI.DKN TKXT-"Wheovr htth
Itlii lirotli'r Is murilr-r." I Jolin 3:1$.
In due process of time and In
obedienco In God's command (den.
1:28), Kve liore Adam two sous, each
a very different type of manhood.
Mothers ought lo ponder upon the
words of Kve, "I have gotten n man
with the help of Jehovah." Parent
should realize thnt It Is Clod who
Hcnds them their children, e k., by bis
help, and It Is to him they nuutt give
nccount for their nurture mid up
bringing, t'pon reaching manhood
one, Abel, became n shepherd, and
thu other, Cain, beriunn a farmer. The
difference In their character-, not their
occupations, is Illustrated by the sac,
rlflcoM they brought to offer unto Ood.
Although It Is not recorded, It Is
highly probable that Hod had com
manded that thern should ho an offer
ing of blood Sin hail nntored tho
world and we nre told In Hebrews
9:22 and 10: in. r.t. that only by
the shedding of blood la there any re
mission of sin Tim blood atonement
may b repugnant lo nomn superficial
thinkers, hut It Is not in tin; sight of
find, tt is Hod's way. It can be
traced in the enrly traditions of nearly
Tim fundamental fault was really
in Cain and not In his offering. Had
Cain's heart been right ho would have
made a proper sacrifice that would
lioxe been acceptable In Ood's sight
I. John 3: 12. Wo nre told that Abel's
offering was of fa till. Hob. 11:4, and
hence It vvas a more excellent sacri
fice than that or Cain, for "without
faith II If. Impossible In pleasi Ood."
The llrstllng of the llnek, the lamb
was a type of that true sacrlllco of
fered befnrn the foundations of the
world, John 1:20. There Is another
fundamental difference between these
two offerings Cain's offering repre
Hcntrd the labor of his own luiiidr
uml was much more plea-dig In the
eyes than that nf Abel
Ood's dlsrospert for Cain's offering
wos due to sin, vv !. "Sin crouch
rlh at Ihn door" lb-re slu l-i pictur
ed as n wild liesst lying at the door
and ready to spring upon lilm who
llrct gives entrance. Hod ihalt III
mercy wllh Cain, uvrn though he did
not sreept of hl offering, but Cain
I'd not coiiMiier the sin crouching nt
hltt door and Ihereforo the terrible
ih 'tun ment.
Prom the marginal rending (It. V I
of verso eight nnd also from the Ss
tmmlut we gather thnt Cnln Invel
rled Abel Into the country, having de
llheralely plnnnrd to wreak hli ven
geance upon htm. It bring: Impossible
In do so in the place where Hut sc
rflee Imd been offered. Cnln's anger
not only against find, but against his
brother whom find had accepted, Ir
evidenced today by the way the world
hales those whom Hod rceepts, John
Ifiilfi, Cnln slew Abel because bis
own works Imd been evil and thoss ol
his brother righteous.
Th Old, Old Quotlon.
fiod gitvo Cain sn opiMirtuulty tc
ronfesH his sin Iv. 9) Sen t. John
11:!, As pHssltui subsided Cain
"shw," nnd "heard." even though he
lied tshlle trying to escape a Just
punishment. Cod's startling ipiHstlnn
has hen ringing down through these
ages, "Where Ik thy brother?" Itroth,
ors are being wrong-id, opprraaed.
cheated, and defrauded. Hrother. art
being lost for whom Christ dlpd. In
dustrial oppression, "man's Inhumani
ty to man," and the "blond of right
etttis Abel," shall be. Is bring, and has
been required of the nation, the age,
yea thn Individual. Cnln ssvv his lie
was delected and so tried to excuse
himself. Millions have repeated Ills
weak excuse, "Am I my brother's
keetrr?" And lod has thundered back
the reply, "Yes." are debtors to
The penitence of Cain was not over
bis guilt, but rather over the degree
of his punishment, vv, 13, H, Murder
always demands vengeance, Nntx,
however, the marginal reading, "mine
Iniquity Is greater than can be' for
given," Thank (tod we have a media
tor of a better covenant, lleb, 12:24.
fain made a mistake in assuming that
fiotl could bo localized In one place
and that he who must become a wan
derer In the land, "thn first colonist."
would of necessity be separated from
(Jod'a protecting raro. There was th
added far of himself being slain:
"how doth conscience make rowarfta
of ua all."
Wi therefore see In this leaslon, I.,
The Sons, vv, 1. 2; II,. Thu Sacrifice,
tt. 3, 7: III., the Slain brother, tt.
K-IO; IV., The Sentence, vv. IMS.
For the yomiker pupils emphaslzi
jealousy and lis developments. The
fact that wo are keepers of our broth
era aa we deal with thn sins of (he
day. The missionary appeal ran well
he emphsklraid In connection with this
lftsson, The development of habits
from the seed thought comes logically
In this connection. Hut be sure tu
empliHsbe the mercy of Cod and sal
vation through tho I Hood of the Lamb,
our Lord Jesus Chrlat.
Whereas, Samuel Karr. and Sarah
Karr. his wife, by their deed of trust, '
rial en ttie nth nay or January, ifHM,
and of record In the olllce of the
Recorder or Deeds of Holt County.
Missouri, In Hook 'M at page 40t), con
veyed to the undersigned in trust to
secure tho payment of the note In
aald deed of trust described, and of
t lie interest tnereon. me following
described real estate, situate in Holt
County. Missouri, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point thirty-four
(.14) rods east of the southwest corner
of tho northwest quarter of section
one (I), In township tlfly-tdno (,V.i), of
range thirty-seven ;i7): thence east
seventy-two and two-tblids(72l) rods:
thence north eighty (so) rods: thence
west seventy-two and two-thirds (72)
rods: thence south eighty (HO) rods to
the commencing corner .Wi acres.
And Whereas, default has been
made In the payment, of the said note
and of thu Interest thereon, according
to the true tenor, date and clfect of
said note, and whereas, the owner of
said note lias requested me to execute
the power vested In me by said deed
of trust, to sell said real estate, and
out of t lie proceeds or said sale pav
the Indebtedness secured thereby:
Now Therefore, in compliance with
said iciittest. ami under the power
vest oil In me by said deed of trust, I
will sell said leal estate at nubile ven
due to the highest bidder, fur cash In
TCKSDAV. PKIHM AIIY 2A. I'.ibl,
at the front door of Hie Court House
In the City of Oiegou. Holt County.
I'll -i publication, .lamiary 21. I'd. I.
VV .-c IM.'Ii-imI l'.lll.,t I.i l.lu
deed of trust .dated the hth day of
April, isw, and of record In the olllce
of tho Recorder of Deeds of Holt
County, Missouri, In Hook Mi at page
i.iu. couveyeii io me iiuuersigucti in
Irltvt In liitm I Itl, Ittttnt flf tin.
note In said deed or trust, described,
and of the Interest theteuti, the fol
low ing described real estate, situate
In Holt County, Mlssouii, tu-vvll-
Tin, KniitliiVKst Oieirtnr til llin
Southeast Quarter ot Section Twenty
-mi (., i'.ii ,,.i,ii civ, I. .,., , it-ti r
Range Forty (10). containing rot I y
(10 acies moie or less:
And Wliti ea;. iltlaull has l,iin
made In the payment or the s.ild m to
and 1 tlte inteiest thetooli. arc. i it
tu,. ... tin. I i' Hi, li'linr. ihlli. tiful iill.-iit
of said note: and whereas. I lie owner
of saiti note lias iciucMcii mo i c
cfuti t lie power vested In me by said
(Icon of trust, to sell Mild leal estate,
ami ul ol the pioeceds or said sat
pav the Indebtedness scoui oil thou by:
St-vv Tberofoie. In compliance with
vild teiiiost. and under (he power
vesliil in mo I iv said deed of lllisl, I
wl -til said leal (state at public
vetiiliii, In I In- lilL'liest bidder, for
ca si, in hand, on
MONDAV. I'Klllil AllV 17th. H'l.I.
:il tin' fiout dour ol the Court House
in I lie ( 'lly ol i inni'li. Holt County.
IS X I N S, DANK KIIS.
I'lr.si puhllcutl lauuaiy 171 Ii. ItU.'l.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given, that tho
undersigned Ailminlsiialoi of Hie es
tate ol ItcU'Cca Miller, deceased, will
make Dual settlement of bis accounts
with said estate as such Atlinlnlst ra
mi at tho next Term ol the I'tobate
Court ol Holt County, Mission I. to
bo boldoti in ( hogou. in said County,
on the loth dav ot r'ehiiiaiy. A D.
mi:;. it. L. clioss.
This 2lst day ol lii comber. 1012.
Sharp all the
Mutual Phone, No. 101.
0AHKKTS. lillltKS AMI
AUj FIINKIUI, SUIMM.IKK.
aknts fou err
Store, .... 134.
Residence, . . 175.
19 202122 232425
Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri.
Regular Fchrticiry Term, 1913.
First Day, Monday. February 10th. 1913.
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UKKUON. t i MISKOL'K
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The oldest liutlli Hi t III coillitv
Transimls a Koiiorul baiililnir business
Interest paid on tliniMlenoslls. Urufls
hold ou nil tbo irlneiul oitles of Hit
country ami Kuinio. Ilavotimdo spo
clal arranuomeiilK to collect inonej
rtito rrotn ostatos in lorciKn cuuiuno.s,
Tlie accounts of farmers, merclmiils
ami liHllvliluals rospcotfull.v Millcltod
SH'C'lal caro itlvoti to any business In
trusted to us.
Telephone No. 13.
OR, BARTON PITTS,
Eye and Ear Specialist.
Klh uml KrnueU. SI". .KWKI'll. MO.
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DANIKI. .ACIIMA.N. ('. .1. HUNT,
President . Osbler.
W I'. SciitM.TK. Assistant Casblor.
THE V BAXE.
Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000.
Transacts a general banUItu: busi
ness. Interest paid ou doMis(ts left
for spei illed I lino.
Uruftsksucdon principal cities. Col
lections made and promptly remitted.
Piukctojih: 1 1, acbmati. prosldenM
.1. A. Kieok secretary: .las llucher
H. I". Moriraii, and S. I'. o'l-'allon.
Telephone No. 43.
Notice of Finnl Settlement.
Nolle.' I- beieli.v L'iven. Dial tint
iindoisluned .liisepu II. Murray, Ad
ministrator of Hie estate of Kliabotb
.1. Murray, deceased, will make llual
sett leiueiii of bis account s wltb said
est tilu us such Administrator ill tbo
neM leini of I be I'robalo Court of
Hull ('mini v. Missouri, in bo bullion
ut OrcL'on in said County, on tint lOtli
dav of February. A. !.. li:i.
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