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ftlCU UILL, BUMSOCltl.TUI.iCSOAT. UIXEMBER 22, ftK4.
Are You Interested In the South?
DO YOU CARE TO KNOW OK TH V, MARVELOUS
DEVELOPMENT NOW GOING ON IN
The Great Centra! South?
OF INNUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNO MEN
OR OLD ON Erf TOG KOW RICH.'
Do you want to know about rich forming: land, fertile well located,
on a Trunk Line Railroad, which will produce two. three and four crops
Irom the mine Held each year, mid which ran be purchni-d at very low
price and on easy terms? About stock raising w lu n-the extreme of win
ter feeding In hut six (0) short weeks? Of places where truck throwing and
fruit raining yield enormous return ench year'. Of a land where you can
live out of doors every day In the year? of opportunities for establlshlng
rrofltablc manufacturing Industries; of rich mluernl locations, and splen
did business oiM'nlng-K?
If you want to know the details of any or all of them." write rue. I
will gladly advise you fully and truthfully. "
G. A. PARK. General Immigration and Industrial Agent
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and WyoiultiK at approxiiuntvly one
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furtabns mid arc only one-half the
price of the standard !ers, and
are Uiouiliitf very xpular with
tourists and settlers. The route l
via Denver, Soi-nle Colorado nul
Thi Kcw Kansas Clty-St. Louis
A service of four new trains In
each direction was timiiKurated on
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Trains leave Kaunas City for St.
Iritis at tu.. 10:W a. iu., 1)10
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SUNDAY SCHOOL USSON,
Lesson XIII Iieeember JS. irL
Leoson Text Isaiah 9. 1".
The Princ r. or Peace.
Uoldex TriT. His name shall be
called Wonderful, Counsellor, tlje
Mighty God, the Everlasting rather,
tlie Trine of Peace. Isa. 9, C.
(Thin ought to be studied Bible In
In order to better appreciate the
brilliancy of tbU prophecy you need
to read the closing verse of chapter
eight, rjcro Is told In vivid wonts
I . . ,
iw kvuitu cuguiuuD oi mnvi WIH'DI
the word of promise wens given to
the chosen of God. when the Jdea-
alan portrait was painted In
phrases that have lived nntil now
Here was another horoscope of the
"desplied and rejected of men," the
one who "bare tbe sins of many."
This picture has In every detail an
earnest of victory. Pee th triumph
ant Kins bringing "glad tiding of
reat Joy." The aged Hmeon could
well say, "Lord, now letest thou
thy servant depart In peace; f.n
mint eyes have seen thy salvation."
DiM.NKsa. Meaning here the accu
mulated darkness. Probably refer
lug to the darkness mentioned I,,
Esod. 10, 21. W'HKN AT THE HK1
UK I4GHTLY 1ITU.TID TKK LA.ND 0
Znnui.es. Kefering to the tnvaoloi
under tlie leadership of TlgU Ii
plleser Which Is described lu 2 Kinu
15. 29, when contempt was brought
upon those regions. Thb pkovl.
THAT W1ULD IX DAKKNESH BATk
skm a curat LiokiT. liere roeautux
the darkness of J udulsm and pagan
ism of the past. See also Matt, i, 16.
and Eph. 6, 8-1L Hast mcltii ulk
thk nation. Shall we as what ua
tlon? All adherents to the Messiah
Aloy ut re refer to the coming of tu
entiles Into the llht and fellow
hip with God. Jot ix bakvfbt. To
this day hilarious Joy belong to the
harvest tx-.-uion with tlteJews. Th -festive
season after the vintage wus
Joyous Indeed. Such Joy ua the di
viding of the spoil. Tnof hast
KHOKCN Till: YOKE OF Ills 111 HMJ.V
Judab had been a tributary of
Assyria, refertug to the uuburdeulng
of the future Israel. Foil tveat
wattle or tuu wauiuou is with
ita .voiKU "tviry boot of
tramping wttrrtor." Th noU? of
the ordinary accoutremenutbat the
marching warrior carried. For t .v.
to vs a cuttu is DOu. For our beuo
fit a child Is born. This child wa
mentioned In chapter 7 of this same
booa, and verse 1L A son is uiven
This Is the gift of gruce, the anoint
ed Sou of tiod Se Psa. 2. 7. also
Heb. 5. 14. Same character of chil
dren as those uieutiooed lu Ialuh S,
IS. TlIB OOVKRNMKNT Sll.tl U HK 1 1-
ox ills snot LiiKits. The Mvptre. or
sword, wla-n properly carried, ro
aemhkd the authority oi goveru-im-ut.
Ills prlueely power was to
be unlimited His sovereignty eud-j
ktis Wonmchitu Ho shall be nJ
wonder. The whole world bo at
tracted tu him. Ills turariiatlou.i
his teaching, bis deeds were d Ocreiit
to all others. Cot nsklixjb. A su
preme advisor to all IIHU. MtoUTY
Uol. See whut Paul wrote to Tit lis
lnthJ:'nd chapter of the eplstk'to
THus, loth verse, meauliigtlH"lloly
One of Israel,'" whk-h Is the lord
Jehovah. Lvttti.AnTiNo Fatiii.u
The father of eternity, the eternal
one, tlie helping father. Tub i-kimi:
or I'kai k. Having absolute coutrul
of ,s-iux. A fuel couceded by all
who knew hlia. S.e Fph. 2, II. Th.
IM KKASK or HIS COVKRNMK.VT AMI
I'Kack. A government that would
prevail, luiplylug a reigu t4 Imr
mouy and love. No end. ft ho can
limit such a kingship or reigu. From
Jerusalem to tlie uttermost parts of
the earth. Foretold In S Sam. ",11
l'i, and Luke 1, Si. Tiik li;n or
hosts. The one who baa control of
all agencies lo the world.
Horn Studies lu Words
1 think It was l'.mcrsou who as Id
lu rvferetiec to soiue worxls. "Cat
them and tbey will Ideed." I think
some words In this lesson certainly
have that characteristic.
tilled with the thought blitod and Its
life, until they become ot Inxplra
tlonal value. tecause tliry baveele
Uteuts of generaUug owvr. Here
lat:s r A crd whrtis bh-in-1
log we all fowKfeheod. aud many i4!
It meauhsss arw ol ls ratiKw. W
lAt:kr A word wbftM puun
bavu always kiad aa luailnctive I r
. . ... ...
sometimes w? have almost felt as If
thi lMraohrase uf Th- Old 0k.ii
Hut k mibt bare beets permlnalile
without apology to the author:
"lioiv fl rear to nty heart, In the
ncehes of mv childhood.
, w d recollections prwtnU
them to view!
The lu'y man's sh.-j.dow-, the wierd
J;ick o LanUrn,
And every feared spot that my lu-
Ah, we know yet somewhat of the
fears of darkness, and the danger
of stumbling In the darkuews. Yet
here the prophet speaks of those
who walked la darkness as dense, as
the Egyptian shaded of ulghL To
thetu came a wondrous vision. Tbey
and odes have
ljeen written and sunir to licht.
Somctiines we spontaneooaJy say,
"Thank God for the light." When
the cyclone of 17 swept over St.
Louis, havoc and sad fccouea were
everywhere. On the eat approach
of the Had bridge, ouo hundred and
fifty lit-t from the ground, was seen
a man, when the lightnlDg would
na-h, pickiug his way upon the
stone wall, trying to reach the St
Louis fide of the liver, who said
"tiiuuk tiod'' many times that night
for the light which enabled hira to
take his step over the debris cauaed
iiy tlie storm. s bllud anger. So may
you. dear reader, uiidrt the ruin and
wreckage caused by sin, the
lUlit of the - Prince? of Peace" that
III 1 lake your puth bright. Tbta
yoticia arrive at the true goal of
ev ry man. Jrvu Christ said. "I am
ihe light of the world " This light
wjis to uwuer in
1'KAfK What a word. How It
iiit-plrvs us. Ve hud It la various
relations in God s word 277 times.
There have been several Peace t-on-U-retav-
railed. One motiifesto went
lortu frtnu tk-tblebem's plains to all
trie earth aud kind's domain, which
iud "IVatv uu earth, good will to
men J Iheu Uuuia's ciar, with the
buiKTiiiiil 01 army eoriw and pow.
U-r iiiKKxxiiR-s. lisu- d another luaui-U-sto
culling the world to j-ice
viiiu- lie prepared lor war. I ta-n
the strenuous man oi destiny,
Koosevelt. Iiwued n luauifesto call-
in:; the nations of the earth to con
sider the bli-HHlns of ieace, while
the eviioe oi tlie cannous roar are
revi-rls'ratlng around the world.
Yet tlie onward march of time calls
upo. men to utter as their slogan
ol liattie, lYnee! 1'eaoe! IVaco to
all men." 1 he Prince ol Peace sim
ply said, "My peace I leuve wlta
you." aud how marvelous haa lcen
IU growth. Its l-cucucent spirit Is
IHTiiieating the structure of man
hood and will capture the strong
dolil nt u-anhood. 1 Lis leads us to
the lal w orvl we want to notice,
KiMipo.M. w,. nil jevl tho force
and power of that Word, lucaniiig
the u-rrltory or domain uuder the
authority or rule of a Kin:;. Ofso
niiiny kingdoms im'titloia-d In his
tory are the words of Uichard the
I'hirtl true, " Wy slurdoiu stands on
bniile gtasw " They were built n
liu ma u ambitions aud ucd only the
skeletons of those amliilioiis are
found to-day n the stadium owr
w hieh klucdoius have mnrc bed.
We UMvud a sU-p higher. Tbers
are the veKt'table, animal and tnin-
Maw ii nt ovrt 1 ii.iu ot , ,tar,
ol rrotstkablr aud nktai cure. rrcutd
HN.-0 a so other rrmrdj' fv.r the tiixwi
.ttMrd, oir pntrrtors ss-t mkm of
fulW wrrsotrJ m otTrnng io p, w ,
trk-i immt r ir s c 01 LfimniKik
t-ruitle WralitK-, I'lo:. !-.. vf Jtaii-.pe f
Womb, huh tbry caun.4 rutT. AUtaiT
.tSi """" "M j
vice 10 rirvtiwMaucra sbrre vht dil:i.r 14
Ula with tat ltmi!,)liKi about J-'i. '
istf tnaitria. Al u.h lime, unit k Dr, 1
ibt lm:iJ' Hitrl inJ .SutH-.i'i,iniP
V M Urt tvmu.UI'Wl ukI
.Im.t. nt Jh-- HB s!l hrlds.. i
tti.i tomhuu. it iotMi 10 cvs!t
liv. Tine a VaMU rttacnMim c--
1B sicsboi 1 lni'.rr;,tuM a4
tbe B'.aiVi-t it U.i iij luoi: luoi is
tlx jvt I'mdef a uiviiy Has any csici
aH'iaie U?r WDSicu
Ailciari cvni'vMis.U imrsiif-d l nw
H)1 4 u.j.K sith asvluJ. w akwtcl
liifr toxiuaf nt a..vVi u,iuv las
k " -ir.a
r. fw it:i,
tk---ma.(. twr ,t u 1
a s ssiifcnk.B
iioou earliest n-coiktlon, tintll
1 n ., ,.
eral kingdom. Tte
1 ani cannot w
s poor rrvtosc
! t?D''ufr bT 1080
Vet wbea this DTtlverw nt atoms sivi
tbHrchrmiral affinttlii have rjuns-di
we v. th-n this kinsrdom ii t&r- sm 1
A the living God sttall be In tbe
l " 'ort
whoae tLroi shall rtlgn lie wnos-
name is aoove every name, arxl te-l
tore whom every knee stall low.
iay yosi is tuere. dear readier.
1 with yon at merry Cbristraaa.
Faltbfall Oog Guard Master
Beside the bod ot a man dia
membtred and mangled beyond
recognition, a taithful Irish letter,
known to have been owned by Wil
liam C. Coleman, was found cm
guard at the railroad track near
Falmoutb, Ky., Deg. 13, and the
tory of the deatn ol Coleman o ri
der the wheels of a tram was told.
Bloodstains and bits of do h
showed that pan of the body had
been scattered for some distance
alone the track. The dog hjd
poneover toe pound and picked
up the fleh and clothing of his
uead master and thought theml
b-ick to the spot wtrre the Irank I
Uy, placing the fragments by the
trunk and standing by the it mains
keeping watcb over them. Worn ;
persons approached the dog brsst
led up and showed fuht. It re
quired much coaxing to get the ani
mal to allow tbe men to approach
tbe body and remove it to an un-
d e rt a k i n g establishment Tbe
point at which Coleman was killed
was at the same place at which bis
lather was killed lour years ago
Our Dumb Animals.
In the last six j ears the cumber
of children of school age has ia
creascd only tj.oS, white tbe num
ber enrolled in the schools has in
creased 4J.S;;. This indicates
that tbe schools are gettii'-- a better
bold on ihe people and that the
children are ia tlie school more
than they were.
Tbe Stranger Worked ' Tbeut
A slick stranger came ta town
last Wednesday and passed the af
ternoon talking aiound with the
boys. Uy Thursday ttocn be had
several of oqr sports into a discus-
custion as to bow much one good
horse tight to pull. The stran
ger thought that if the horse could
pull 500 feet of heavy rope with a
two busbel sack of sand tied tu the
rope, he would be a "daisy." lie
kept talking until he tad made
some cf the sports think it would be
an impossibility. At the same
tin, while be had not tried tbe ex
periment, the stranger "lowed"
that he believed his old hotse, while
no great sights, could do it. Then
Ihe sports wanteJ to bet. Tbe
stranger -hcJged' (or sticct tut
finally reluctantly ( ?) put up Uo
dOilars. Two spot ts bad put up
nve uoiiats each. The stranger
took IliC IsJyS t-J his wagon, pulled
oul bsm honored leet of rope and a
W-" Ot av1, bitched
his horse to it ainl the animal walk-
i i . . .
w 8 W HQ it With ease. lh
horse had been ,sulliuS this load ev
the Stranger f-aud Out that lh
, . .
tuck was a good ot't Wi;h wt.is.Sl tv
icatvn sutkeiv ie
if g the boys he
linn..l t.i ,,. .-...
isir sisy. ana citccinr uu
horse, he left town, Miking a new
grid where mora f;a should Lite
lluu;anvt!ie Star Leader.
As u evidence f t'.ie v.il!uicacs
of th people to support good
iiisr;i ..tn 14 it, VtUM;,
ctuts to jj
1? IfWI1!! ItTtW
Z IArVALi titklLl O.
j " s' " k Sf'-t Ut
;Cty to reraaia veTl ciiT-
52- exod ia yovi KrnLS t j tse-
YVm- Done, tie reai estate cu,
wrxt to Botler lrt FrJy to lock.
after a little probate ssa'Ter.
Wirt'tr teemed so tie ct& in
earnest last Friday ar4 tso seems
to' fall wrti:oct aay d:fHIty, Lvt
didn't ttay stiib tss locj.
W. R. Van Vooriiis a friend
that the Tiuursz appreciates. We
know be reads the paper and is ia
Caecced by what be reads.
Harve Jobosoa and F. J. Wie
tnaa went to Batier at noon. Rt
view of l6tU. My! My! hat w;.'!
HrzUtiab Spukms say sow.
Saiterly had qj.te a c!cwe
call a few days ago with a erte
cs- of crrcp colic. VV'cs fcd fc-ct-
,er be a htt: mure carduL be a.Vt
old enough to die jet.
Mr. Warren King of Rich IL'.),
arrived m rbe city Friday for a
short at the home ol Ktr pa
rent. Mr. and Mr. VV LckenbtSI.
-El'kwado SpriogS Nri.
W. T. Duv.il, cf the at side
racket More, has bm cui'e ick
: and can Surd to bis room for about
l en days. turtng which time he has
bad to close Lis storrrocm.
Reports by private letter from
Fort Scott says there are about
four hun-lrrd cars of im!l pox in
that city, and tl at there are many
cases of dipthctia and measles.
The Rich ILci II1U Coal Wining
Co is reported ta have o?J all
their old iron and junk out at Nj.
15 to Mr. J. W. Dixon. There is
supposed to be several car!oads cf
The case in which bhesitf Jjc
Smith was charged with oiertng a
btibc to a juror in the KraU tait,
cave came up for trial at Butler last
Friday and resulted in an acquittal
ot Sheriff Smith.
Constable James Angle will le
the new deputy under Mose Mortis
sheriff elect. Mr. Anjte has ap
pointed J. II. Owens as deputy
constable, who it is said will at
tend lo the constable wot k for tlie
balance of the term. Kepull'.cau
The amount of tuouey expeudcJ
for teachers' salutes in Misvurt
bas incteaed just jtj per erl ia
the Ust six years This is a f'l'
tying incteate but it is not ia keep
ing with other expend. lute. The
people ate expending mre propor
tioaatrtv for school b-u sod
school exju.pment thaa they ate fur
teachct's salaries. The increase iu
the amount cnt annua'Iy in the
lt six years lor all school put
poes has been 55 per cent.
tu't Neglect luaurance.
It you want j kkI rite iitsu ranee,
dont forgrt that 1 represent one of
he best couipan.es ia the United
GaJ 1. llUatlV-
Old evoldlrra AtteatiOut
I am making out a iut oi sclj.-eu
wLo gravvs are siuuiarkc j L y any
touitstune. Any sc!dir' fami'y
having suca unmarked grate c U
have a stone or JtttJ lojtn ti e e
ttmurot report. ng taius lo sv mui
ber ol General Canbs lot N. Id.
C. A. R. Hcfort as sosin a j.0sii
tie. OtJcf tuuit le gl.ta lb i
U. L. McManry,
Ceo. i. Ui.Uty, P. C.