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iBT E. O. SEU.EnP. Director tf P.t
nlng tfepartment Th Mnodr Bible In.
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LESSON FOB FEBRUARY. 16
t i it
THE CALL Of AIRAM.
LEUOK TEXT-OHM. lM-.
OOLDIN TKXT-"! will bttn ItiM.
pM rmkt thjr name grt: ami ho Ihou
a blMlnr."-Mn. 11:1
The Bible doea not prafca to a be
chronolotlcl history of th world.
It rloea profaH to reveal the iteps of
tho redemptive proeein of God where
by fallen nan ihall be juatlfled In hln
night , So It It that wo find but llttlo
record of thoie hundreda of year be
tween thla lesion and the events re
corded In that of last week. Wo do,
however, find all that la raacntlal In
tho history of tho plan of salvation.
The cleansing of tho earth by water
was not for long, since we soon sec
men relapsing Into sin.
I. "Oct thse out of thy country," vv.
13. In this lesson we behold Hod
again selecting n Minnie tntin who shall
lw the head of it race. We do not of
course Infer that Abraiu received on
audible call, though flod could certain
ly speak as lie did on oilier and numer
nus occasions, (loci culls today by
these Inward linpulHcu and desires, hy
the voice of duty mid conscience, liy
(he force of clrcumHtiiiiees, and by
lllc word. The lllblc Is find's Rrent
ft organ of speech.
from Acts 7:2 we learn tluil tho call
IHM eunic to Abram when he was In
Mesopotamia, probably on the right
bank of the Kuphrntes river, and that
his nhcdlcucr to that call was only
partinl. Abram Rot out of his own
muntry, hut not Into the land ii om
itted unto him. Ho journeyed probably
"00 miles to tho northwest hut got
only as far as Ilnran, which was not
ho promised hind. It took, evidently,
the dentil of his father to move him
from that place. Acts 7:1. Abram
went not knowing thn kind of a laud,
nor was be told where it was to be,
lleh. 11:8. Ills call was threefold,
11) Vfontby country." (2) "(by kin
dred," (3) "thy father's house." Thus
wo see tbnt (tod demanded a cnmpleto
separation from the old life, associa
tions and affections.
II. And Abram 'departed," vv. fii.
"To obey Is better than sacrifice and
to hearken than the fa I of ratna." I
.Samuel 1fi:22. Abram had just enough
faith to obey. We do not read that ho
asked for enlightenment; he saw not
the land, but he heard' the 'call and
taggered not at I lie promise. He was
fully persuaded thai (iod was nbtn to
perforin and therefore It was reck
oned unto him for righteousness. Arts
7:20-21'. Hut he did not go nlone. Al
ready (!nd had begun to redeem his
promise (v. 2). Abram'H character
was such and his name of such Import
that bis nephew Lot arrompatiieil
lllm. IjI, however, did tint oeexi
i hat same faith nor a like churarler.
U)l went "with him" and not, MM
Abram, with (Iod. Ahraiu also took
his own family with him, and "all their
silbrdance" v. li. Nothing was left ho.
Iilud lo tempi him to return, "Anil
they went forth lino ihe laud or Ca
naan," a type or ilie lire Into which
we are called in I'hrlsi Jesus. Titus
at once another pan of tin- promise Is
III. "And the Canaanlte was In tho
land," vv, !. All was not so easily
settled for Abram. "Man Dial is horn
of woman Is of few days and full of
troubles." no life It devoid of Its test
ing, Rph.. fi:12. II. V., and so as Abram
Journeyed he met i It li euenilea.
His Place of Rest.
Passing on from thence n readied
a place of rest I v. Si. This I a hru
llful lesson on consecration. Here Is
Abram at "a mountain on the east of
Hethcl" (house of (iod I, Notice he is
on the cast of Tletbel facing weal ward,
the direction In which he bus hern
Journeying, having Hal (ruins) at his
hack, and "there he budded an altar
unto the Lord and culled upon the
name of the Lord" (v. 81, Let us all
remember to turn our backs upon the
world, and as we face tho house, tho
altar of God, render him undivided,
whole-hearted worship and service,
(Sod's appearance to Abram was again
In connection with obedience. God Is
Just as ready lo assure us as we Jour
ney through this humdrum, toilsome
Journey of life, ever ready to meet us
and to make us glad by the way.
Notice that Abram In a strange land
did not neglect God's altar like many
a present-day pilgrim, nor to glvo tes
timony or his faith for "called upon
the name of tho Lord," Like the
Christ who "had not where to lay his
head," so Abram was a "pilgrim."
For the older classes consider such
ijuestlons as, Rvery Man's Life a Plan
of Qod; Onr Debt to Judaism; Our
Treatment of Others Who Are Pil
grims, Strangers, e, g,, Immigrants.
For the younger do not omit Lot
and the dramatic, high-light picture of
that Journey from Ur of the Cbaldees
(Die a map). Kmphsslio how much
batter It la to be a blessing thin to
seek a blessing for one's self. "Not
what baa happened to myself today,
bat what has happened to others
Tie uri I go, not knowlinc
i r would not If 1 might:
,VA rather walk In the dark with Hn.l
tThan walk alone In the llciii.
ltd ralher. go by fallli with lllm
eTfcsn'ffl Mnne by slglil,"
Dr. DSvM .1. Hurrstt.
Whereas. S. II. Itandall and llettlia
Itutidall, his wife, by their certain
deed of trust dated the 20th (lav of
December, WOO, and recorded in tliu
olllce or tho Itecordcr of Deeds of Holt
county, Missouri. In Hook 1 I.I at Page
1", conveyed to tliu undersigned trus
tee the following described real estate
situated hi Holt county, Missouri, to
The Kast hair of Section Twelve in
Township Sixty, cr Range Thirty
nine, subject to a prior lien of 3,000.
In trust, however, to secuie tho
fiaytncnt of the. promissory noto there
n described and tliu Interest on said
And whereas, the interest on said
note Is past due ami-unpaid, and tho
legal noiner nas request en niu to sell
said real estate.
Now. therefore, In pursuance of tho
power In me vested, I will on
MONDAY, TUB 17TII DAY oF
between the hours of nine o'clock In
the forenoon of that day, and the
o'clock In the afternoon, at tliu Court
House door In the city of Oregon.
nun county. Missouri, sen sain real
estate at public vendue to tho highest
bidder for cash In hand to nav said
notes and the Interest due thereon,
and tuu costs and expenses of exeunt
Ing this trust.
W. II. HICHAUDS,
fist Insertion February 11, MIX)
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Notice of Election.
Vollcc I- ln-u-hj given, th.illli'tu
will he an Annual Meeting ol the
Stockholder of The Citl.eiis' Hank of
Olegoii, Missouri, held al the olllce of
The Cltleii' Haul; in (begun. Ml.
SATURDAY, I'lill. 13, Will,
at i o'clock a. in., for the ptnposeof
electing the diicclors tor the ensuing
jcai. anil transacting any anil all
business that inav I'oine befoic said
meeting. My older ol Ihe I'le-hli iit.
-1. A. Kiii:i:k. D.vsii;i. Zm'iiman.
Secretary nl llo.iitl. Picsldciil.
-It I Willi legiel that Me an
noiitice thai conditions ue-e such
that the lir l ol' the late Han Louis'
fainll.v has been hum mil vide the
giaiul old stale nt MioMiinl Master
P l.ovd Lewis, .li.. miii ol l.ujil
Lewis, a -on ul (he late lUii I'.
LewN. came to hiiglitcn their home
at I i.i I la, Texas, mi February Mb.
Weaie ulad, huurvci, Ihal If a
hov.but icgicl his polities, Inn If he
grows up like his dad, he'll he a
daedv good fellow, and Jt.si so he
makes good like Ids daddy has. wo
we guess things will lie all tiuht,
au.v way. Here's in jnu, "'. ,.,M
may win live long anil iuisper.
Vote in lavor of t lie Increase In
on i hondid Indebtedness, Hum, Duell
ed lur necessary Improvements and a
new engine al Hie light and water
llghl planl. See not lee elsewhere.
F.teetlen In he held Momla.v Mutch .'I,
al tho court house Another engine
Is needed in afc of a liii-ak-ilnvvn.
When in St. Joseph stop at Hotel
liati(Kuiopean),:it:i S.tithSt. Steam
healed rooms, .'ueeiits to 'M per day.
Thm Omnulnm DOMESTIC
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ii.til )M) hm tiltdimir i i-il.li' I j !). Yuirrknti'
lttM,tii rorii-rdt'ft, ilvn hIHi wff iii'ititiiv 11m
lilf4l miiiih iimImi1 warmlr tiff Crl.
WHITE NOW 1-f l-iH it "."k .'- I (..11 ) .wtirt.i
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oiHTicsimROMKit;f(( C3. oirf.nwo tmmu
OR, IART0N PITTS,
Eye and Ear Specialist.
.unl I'runcls. sr. JOSKPII. Ml.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office flrnt doui' went
nn w tt awii irii
Whereas, O. W. Llghttiurand Klla
heth f.lL'litner. his wife, hv their eer
tain Deed of Trust, dated Anrll 1st.
IIU'J. and recorded in the llecorder's
olllce of Holt County, Missouri, at
i teen ot Trust hook r.'t, page ISO, con
veyed to II. .1. Hughes all their right,
line, line rest, ciaim ami estate oi in
and to the following described, real
estate, situated In the County of lloll,
siaiu oi .Missouri, io-uu:
Conimcnclni: at the Northeast cor
her of the West half of Southwest
uuartcr of Section Sixteen (10), In
Tow nahlp Sixty (00), of Range Thirty
nltio'(S'J), tlftncc West tVo hundred
and forty-threo ('.'1.1) rods to a point
three rods West of Center of Section
Seventeen (17), in said Township
ami uauge, uit'nce utii forty
cluht and one-half decrees MHIl
West. Seventy-nine (") rods and lif
teen (15) links, thence South Seventy
four (74) degrees and twenty-four
ui) niiniHcs iv est, eigm ana tony
oiic-hundredths (H.40) chains: thence
souni fiiiccii anu one-nair (iW ie
urces East, twcntv-elubt and seventv
onc-huiidrcdths fts.'dj chains; thence
North seventy-seven (77) degrees and
.0'J mill. Kast sixteen and seventy one
liutuircdtlis (10.70) chains to the Sec
tlun corner between Sections Seven
teen (17) and Twenty i-0) on the orig
inal hank of the Missouri Itlver as
established by Government survev,
which point Is forty and llfty one
hundredths (411.5(1) chains West of the
houtncasi cornel ot .section sieven
teen I7 : theiici' Fast k and IIU.
ue-luinilredllis i.o.."0i chains to the
southeast roriiercl the West half ol
the Southwest tiatleiol Sect Ion Six
teen (1((): thence North hn I chains
lo to the commencim: eoinei: atl In
Township SIM (cm, or llange Thirty
nine (.'".ti. eoiitalulug ;;:'o acies more
oi less. This sale Is made and miIi-
ici to an unpaid halaiice of 'JiI-Vmm
iiki int ci eM on a prior I'mi ol I rn.-i
,'Imii In II .1. Yiooinaii and leeonlid
Hi Hook 111) at I'.igc.'in lUid of l.'ec
oitlsnf Holt County, Mlssotitl
Whlcli said conveyance was made In
Inisl In xi'iiii! the pa.Miienl of one
'eitalu piomlssoi v note in said deed
tlescrllied: and, wiieieas,sald note lias
ttecome (hie and lemaliisiiupaltl: now,
therefore. In aecoitlaucewllli the pio
vlions of said Heed of Trust, and al
the rupiest of the legal holder ol said
note, I will piix-fi'd lo sell II. c above
descrllietl Ileal I'M ate al Ihe eouil
house door In the Town uT ( begun, in
in. f Tmitii v fit linn. siiMti. -iri.n.sitii
to the lilgiiesl hltlder forcash luhand,
it pin till niietlon. on
TI l-:HA , Till: IITII l. ill
helwi til the hotir.s ol nine nVlis-U In
Ihe foietioon and live o'clock In Ihe
Klernooii ol thai (la. In sallslv salit
mile, luuelhev with the cost ami e-
nelises ul esi i-nl lim this t rust
II . I lll'C.IIK.x.
I i.i i eil this 7ti da ol IVhrttaii.
Sheriff's Sule Under DeeTl
Wheieas.S ,. I'olllngtr and .Mice
1'iittlnger h'- wife, hy thcii certain
Deed ol Trust, dated Dccemhei 1st,
I'.tll. and tiled for record December
JIM. lull, ami rtcoi ded hi lluuk I'.'l.
al Page .11, in the otllco ol Ihe Keemi:
cr ot neeiis, witiiin ami lur Unit
County. Stateof Mlssotni.coiivc.u'dio
A. W. Cot ten hi trust, lo Mettle the
pavmeiil of the protnl.voi.v mile in
said deed of trust described, the l'n
lowing described teal estate, situate.
I.i lug and being In the Count x of
lloll and State of Missuuii, lo-wlt:
The Noith Hall' of the Soulh West
(Quarter of Section No. Tweiil.v Nine
C-".t . In Township No. Slxly One (iil,
ol Range No Thlrlj Klglil O .
And wheieas. It is piovideil in and
by the terms and provisions ul sjid
Deed iii'Tiiisi. that In case ilelault
should he made in the payment oil he
iulerest on said piiiiiilssoi v note when
due. thai the legal holder said note
might, al Ids option, tleelaie Ihe
whole sum dm- and pa.vahle; and
whcicts, default has Ih-i ii uiaile In
the pa.Miienl of the hiteicst unsaid
note, which fell due Dec M. I '.if.',
anil the legal holder haseleclid lode
elate the whole sum due and payable,
and lias teiiiiesied ihe said litislee to
cmviiIo the powers vested inhlmh.v
the terms and piovislonsul said Deed
of Trust! and wheieas, H is Outlier
piovldi'd in said Deed of Tiust that In
case of Ihe refusal lo act of ihe said
Hiistie, that the acting Sheilll or
Hull County. Missuuii, should become
the successor In said t rust . and act In
the place of said trustee, and where
as, A. W. Cot ten. the said tiustee,
has icfiised in willing to act as such,
Now, tlieiel'ore. I,(i. L. (ielvln, the
acting Slierlll of lloll County, Mis
suuii, at the ifiiicst of the legal hold
er of salt) note, and in pursuance of
Ihe powers vested in me hy Ihe terms
and piovlslons of said Deed of Trust,
TI'KSDA V, MAIK'll IITII. IIU.'I,
between the bonis onilne. o clock In
Ihe forenoon, and live o'clock' In the
al lei noon of said day, at the Com I
lloil-e ilooi, In the city of (lu-gou,
Holt County, Missouri, -ull at public
vendue, to Ihe liluhesl bidder lor
cash in hand, the above described teal
estate, to satisly said debt and iuler
est, and the eosi ol executing tills
l rust. li. K. (iKI.VIN.
.sheilll ami Acting Trustee.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Notice is herein ulveii IhalthcCitv
ol t iri'L'on. Mlssoin I. will hold a sue.
cial election In the circuit court room
ot tliu court house in the City of Ore
gon, Missouri, on Monday, Maieh :i.
lul.'i, for the purpose of testing and
ascertaining the sense and wishes of
the voters of said city upon the propo
sition to become indebted in the sum
of I-our Thousand Dollars In excess of
the outstanding debt and the annual
Income and revenue of said city for
the purpose of repairing, constructing
and re-eijulpplng a system of water
works ami a system of electric light
works for alilelty.
Tho for.i. of ballot, will lie as fol
lows: For inciea.se of Debt Yes.
For IncieasiMif Debt -No.
('. K. MlJNN,
Silas .1. Smith, of St. .loseph, and
Miss Ida llostwlck, of Craig, were
granted a marriage license in St. Jo
seph, Sal unlay last, February Hth,
Whereas, Samuel Karr. and Sarah
karr. his wife. by their deed of trust,
dated the llth day of .laiiuarv, IIHM.
and of record In the olllce of tl.o
Kecortici of Deeds or Holt Count v.
Missouri. Ill Hook INI at onee Iod. eoii.
veyed to the undersigned Intrust in
secure the payment of the note In
said deed of trtiil described, and ol
the interest thereon, the follow lim
described real estate, situate In Holt
Count. Missouri, lo-wlt:
Commencing at a point thirty-four
(.14) rods east of the southwest corner
or the northwest uuartcr of section
one (1), in township llfly-nliie (.Vi), of
range thirty-seven (.'(7): thence cast
seventy-two and two-thirds (7L) rods;
thence north eighty (0) rods; thence
west seventy-two and two-thirds (7ij)
rods: thence south eighty (SO) roils to
the commencing corner ;'.UJ acres.
And Whereas, default has been
mada in the payment or the said note
and of the Interest thereon, according
to the true tenor, date and e fleet of
said note, and whereas, the owner of
said note has requested mu to execute
the power vested in me bv said deed
of trust, to sell oald real estate, and
out of the proceeds or said sale pav
the Indebtedness secured thereby:
Now Therefore. In compliance with
said reiiuest, and under the power
vested In me hy said deed of (rust, I
will sell said real estate at public ven
due to the highest bidder, for cash In
TIIF.SDA Y, FKIIItl'AltY IVi. IHi.1,
at the front door or the Court House
In Ihe City of Oregon, Holt County,
THOMAS S. HINDK,
I' 1 1 si publication, .lauuary 'Jl, lup.
Wheieas, diehard (illlel. hi his
deed ol 1 1 list ilalnl the ltli dav ol
April. siti, and of lecoul In Ihe utlU'e
id Hit Recorder ul Dctds ol Hull
Count . Mlssouii In Hook .-ti at page
I. V.t. cuiive.vcd to Ihe utidetsiunetl In
iriist secuie the payment or the
nolo lit said deed of InM ileserllied,
and ol the Inleiesl I hen on. Ihe lol
low hiu described leal estate, situate
In Hut County, Missouri, lo-wlt:
Tin Southwest (purler ul the
Soiitliasi (juaiterol Si el Ion Twiniv
('Jin. In Township SlMy-tluee iu:i . o'l
Itange Forty (lit', conttiliiluu' li-nv
110 acies inoie or less;
And Whereas, delaoit has heeii
inaili In I ho pa.vmeiit ol Ihe said lute
.mil ( I the !iilcrcst Iheieuii. ,uvi id
lug l li.e tine leiior. dale ami elhci
of said note; and whereas. ;ht owuei
or said note has rtiuestri me i,, (..
ecute the powei vested in mo hv said
deed - I trust, in sell said tea' estate,
ami .it of the in vecil-"I -alii salt
pay tin indebtedness sceuicil tlieiehy.
Now Therefore. In compliance vv It'll
s.ild leniitst, and uiidei the power
vested In mo hv said deed ol' I rust, I
will et' said u-al istate at public
veitthi in Ihe highest bidder, for
cash in i ami. on
MONDW. IF.IIHFAIIV I7lh. IUi;i,
al 1 1 it lli'lll ilovi' ol IheCullil House
in tin ( I'v - I (iieemi. Hull Count v.
IliVIN S. DANK KRS.
Fiisi piihlii-alluu .latiii.ii v I7lh, lld.'l.
When as. Thomas ,1 llotvcs ami
II. ilst A. Unties. Ills till.. lie ll.i.ir
certain deed of iiiist.datid Apr II JM,
t ini.i, ami nu n uir iccoiii, Apt li L'L'um,
llti.l, and lecurdcil In lliiik '.hi. at. I'.igc
I.V. In the olllce ol Ihe llecorder of
Deeds, In and for Holt Count v. Mis
souri, conveyed lo Ihe iiiiderHgmu
iiosiee. in iritsi, in secuie l lie pav
meiil ill I lie iimiulssiirt null. In s-ihl
deed of 1 1 im des'rlliei). the following
described leal estate, sltuale, IjIiil
ami being in tint County ol Unit and
Slale'nf Missouri, in-vvll
Commencing al the South Cast coi
ner of the N'orth West (uarlei of m-c
lion Nn. 'I'welilv One CM', hi Town
ship No. lsl.v one !!), ol liange No
-l-l.i.l I.-1..I.. l-.h, .1 S...l. .......
iiiiiia ilium it i in nn- ,i ui i ii r ui i
(lo. Rods thence West Slxtv (tioi
l!o. Ii Ihetu'e Soulh Forty Jul Hod:
thence Fast Sixty iciu llids to the
place of lugluiihi'.'. ei iilalnliig l.'iacres
mote or less
And wheieas, default hasheeu made
in tliu pavmeiil ol said note, ami
wheieas, die legal holder o said nolo
has requested me In execute t.io
poweis vesiid hi me by Hie terms-ami
provisions ol' said deed id trust.
Theiofoie III compliance with said
iciUisl, and In pursuance of Ihe
poweis veted h hv said deed ul
Must, I will on
.MONDAY. MAIK'll U.TII. lul.'i.
Iielweeii the hours or tilnu o'eloel, in
the forenoon, ami live o'clock- in t lie
afleinoon ul said dav at the uorlli
Com I house door, in I In: city or On
gon. Holt County, Mlssouii, sell at
pumic veiiiuieio tin- nigiiesi Dinner,
for cash in hand, the above described
pioperly In satisfy said debt and in
leiesl. and (ho costs of executing Ibis
mist, t;i:om;i: i.khmfii.
Trust i e.
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' We will s.n t Public. Auction, at llue.l. I', Until tarm, in suburb's, of WW
Point, beginning at I o'clwd p. m. sharp, on
Thursday, February 20, 1913,
Thu Following Described Property, To-wlt:
two lbs.; two coining '.'.year-old lllllcs,
fVr.r.i. . . """i vim iiuiiuiiK -'j -ut)in are iroori ones.
Coming J;car.o!d mule, Kootl Mxe;. two coming yearling maru mules-all
r' tuna fcwvi ott.x: iu
.'I MILK COWSOne splendid milk cow, now giving from 'J to a gal
CMlK&lmmdl 'v.ug,n.lk, a?e:i
111 HKAD HOOS 11 of them brood sows -one sow with plgn by side
Sows bred to farrow about April.
I.'AIIM lUIM.UMt'K'IM -il.... . . .
. ., . i. i ,r , ' "7" ,"""l""i sihik cuiier, goon us
lew.con bhicd lister In good condition, two cultivators, set of work harness,
barrow, 1 side saddle. Some household goods, such as healing stove, coot
HAY AM) STRAW All baled-soiue Nodaway hottoiit bav, sodib
timothy and clover: about 'J tons straw. I.I tons of hav.
All miiiis of LM.ou uiiil under, cash In hand; over that amount, a credit of (
months will be given, purchaser to give bankable note bearing 8 per cent
Interest from date. No properly removed until terms are compiled with. '
M. R. ACTON
R. C. BENTON, Auctioneer.
lil.tce Mlillli spent SllUd.lv al .I..I.'
I. li Feiv.nl Aiiiautiia. w.is.,iii I
on the lai in. Sundav I
Mis. Il I, lliiehi s :iiiii;.nlsii)-nlel
a Hip lo Nodawav.Salurdav. i
Kvei.v hod) Is complaining with'
Ihe gilppe. in mil iii IuIiIioiIiimiI
I iu.v shvvoith alUtiiledlheD.iviil
lluine'.s sale. Munilav. in Andiew
l-al lirahaiu vlsllidal hisiiraiiilp.i
(iiaham's neai l-'llltuote. a few (lavs,
last hi el,
CluilCh was altemliil In ,i l.uu
I'luwd. Satunla) nighl, Miiida) and
.loe llei'kuiaii ami wlle.ol Andiew
.luiinlv. visited Sundav altetiieoii al
li. I. I Inches
(iiaee Miiiili vllli il .1 tew ,.i.s
las week wilh hei ssiti.Mrs Clin,
ence 1,1 lie), near l 'rcgon,
.lohti Fiuhi) and lamil) haveguuo
In Kxcelsloi Springs, where lliev will
make I heir home. I his yeai
Jim ih.nhi) and wire and Mis,w , ,
les Mnllh spent Monila) evening!
at I-:. T. Clillcoal's. of Nndawav.
Dmialil Ciahatn. nl neai Flllmoie, j:,l""' 1,1 r-i-'- U interested. I
spent Sal nidi) night and Sundav. al i would he iad in have ou write me
lolui (iiaham's and attended cIiuicIi.;:,kiiii li. Ami u ,, mil,
Those who spent Sitmla.val Hairy
Lilley's weie: Flunk Collioui and
tll.. 'I.. .1 ..1... I....
.-, I lllll ..Vl'1,1 .1.1.1 .ill.', 11.11 ll'.l f
Diuwidilie ami laiull.v
lake Polsgiuve land lamil) were
atFd ttinwu's. neat Noilaway. last
weik. mi aecutiul of Lludel. Ihe
d.iughiei ir Mi llinw u and w He. he
I.Yheil lllllilcei klHi
Mis ;i iiiiin-i s vi.ited Mi
gt r. Sunda).
Oivllle llaidin was a Hull count)
Dave Hunch helped .Mm Cmdiey
kill hoys. Munilav.
F.nns Smltheis and wile visited
Willi C. K. Sin bets and lauilly, one
da) lasl week.
I It'tit Deghov and sun. Hart),
weie In Aikaitas. kM week. They
can -liiif Hie "Arkaiisis Tiiveel"
C. K. Sulheis was c,illi-i in Nnla
vva.v. lasl week, on aecnnnt ot Ids is.
tels' daiighlei's illness. Mi. Kd,
lit. i i: t : i iii: is
A. . I'elu-e and ilauglilei . Mai)
Lois, were heie sainnht, vl-itlrig
relatlvi and (iraiidii.i .
II. Ilicli -
The continued advance
in the price of Gasoline
calls for better storage
We can furnish these
complete, with welded
tank, solid brass and
bronze lock pump, in
any size, with a price
that Is within reach of
any car owner.
- llrocxIniare, II years old, weight I,
good onosi -' I'erclieron geldings, both
& J. B. SLOAN
Why Don't You
Get a Farm In
'I he new l.uiue.stead law makes it.
easvinowna faun now. It uifcrs
Jus the oppotttinit) tin- laun rent
er. the rami hand ami many others
I who want In eiallsi themselves
upon farms ur theli uwu, have been
looking fur. You can now secure
title in an Inigated government
laim m a Mundell .i'.M acre tiee home
stead in three vi-arsatid at the same
lime lie awav I ruin Hie tarm live
muni lis each )ear. Will )ou lie one
ol those who will take advantage
of Fnele Sam's );i-neiniv and be
enuie ihe uwiii-i ! a latin along the
new Hues ul i In
Coiliiu'tuu limit. i ii
Tills maitei . wmih thinking
sine to leinind me to -end olli c(ip
lot Ihe folder ilescrihluu these lands
I will inn a pci sona',1) -conducted
homeseekers' excuisli n in points' in
W.voiiilm: on Hie llrsl and HiirilTiie.s-
'da.v.s nf eaeli moiilli. It won't cost,
, lillieh In gu nut and Ili-pecl I lies.;
i tat ins and it iiiiglil mean a lot tu
iyou. As.vmi havu sniuelliing to train
ami nothing to lo-e; wh) not ar-
lanue lu du this?
D. CI. IvM DCAYI-U, Immigialion
KMII I iii niim Street, llm.ibii, Nebr.
I. I. Mount';
L. ( l .MMI.S:,
Zook & Roecker
The oldest n.llii, lit the eotilll)
Transacts a general banking business
Interest paidnu limedeposlis, Diaft.
sold mi all the principal cities ol t.li
count i) and Kttiope. Ilavemade spr
elal arraugeiiieuls In collect money
duo from estates In loielirn eonniih s
1 I he accounts nl' farmers, moichant.s
and iiiilividiials respect Hilly solicited
Special care given to any business In.
I riisteil to us
Telephone No, 12.
Damhi, Z.M'ini.v.s, ('. .1. IH'.s'T',
W I' Scni i.tk. Assistant Cashier,
n us' mi
Capital Stock Paid Up. $20,000.
Transacts a general banking busl-
Intetest paid uii deposits left
for siit'cllied lime.
Draft s Issued on principal cities. Col
' lections made and promptly remitted.
DniKCToits: D. Zachman, president;
M A. Kreok secretary: .las llucher
It F Morgan, and S F, (I'i-'ahou,
Tslnpbone No, 48.
nacanu ciidmitiidc on rl
sfllfW.flV I Wll.ll I Ullb UVi
Ki-oltll-ni-i). Koine I'htini-, 17.1
Office, Karmum' Phiint-, I IH f