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each. 12 hour scriicc. I Am,a nn'1 M:" " "' McCartney ,,,.
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winter Aft ii .1 an i i.i i y 1 -I lh. will
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The Story of
Br JONATHAN BRACE
river was Ne
from t hi i
came the name nt the vtnte. A
nickname for the stnto Is the
Of the early Spanish explora
tions little Is known, except that
Coronado probably reached the
great plain of this region In 1W1.
llore than one hundred and
twenty-five years later father
Marquette noted the l'lntte river
on his trip up the Missouri. In
the beginning of the Nineteenth
century the Lewis and Clark ex
pedition skirted the boundaries
of the present state and In 1805.
Manuel lAna established the
llrst known settlement which wns
a fur trading post at llellcvlie.
This was Just after the Louisiana
Iurchae had brought Nebraska
Into United States territory.
Omaha was established as a
post of the American Fur com
pany In 1825 and Nebraska City
the following year.
With the California cold rush
In 184!) ninny pioneers' passed
through Nebraska and some
stopped and settled there al
though there wns a law forbid
dluc settlements among the In
dians. The real colonization
boom, however, started with ttie
passing of the Kansas-Nebraska
act In 185-1, which arranged that
these two sections should liecome
free or slave states nt the dic
tate of their inhabitants. The
Nebraska territory was then or
ganized and reached from the
fortieth to the forty-ninth paral
lel. In 1801, the region north
of 41 was made Into Dakota
territory. The Idaho territory
was also created, which re
duced Nebraska to Its present
size of 77,5120 square miles, ex
cept for a slight addition In the
Northwest which was made In
In 1807 Nebraska was admit
ted as the 37th state over tho
president's veto. It !iti3 eight
by McClar Ntwepapcr Syndicate )
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have misig ix vorn home
The ureal house of Knight-Camp
bell has tnndr it possible fur every
home to rujoy the blessing of music.
Our new mill liberal pnytncnl lonas
htm Milted lite problem.
Heiitember, loo, thai you are safe
nt Knight-Campbell's, lite linos we
carry are mlniitled the best grade
anil the highest value in the music
induslrv. Our vast buying power
enables us lo pass on great price
reductions to you.
Without any obligation whatevor,
fill out the attached coupon and
mail it today. You will receive freo
illustrated catalog, prices and our
inviting terms. Check Instrument
KNIG11T-CAMPHELL MUSIC CO.,
Send mo full Information regarding
a ... New plnyerpiann . Used
pltiyerpinno Now upright piano
. . I'sed upright piano New
baby grand piano Used baby
grand piano Vic trola Sax
ophono . . Trumpet Cornet
... Slide Trombone Full band
cuitirimcnt Stringed Instrument
'what kind) -.1
- Music cabinet Victor rec
ords Music rolls Sheet
music Other musical merchandise
Your name - -
Earnest Music House' In the VVr.sl
Chas. Adams, president of I he
State Farm Bureau, was 111 Clayton
this week from his ranch in Die
Thomas community looking after
business matters. Mr. dams is do
ing a good work for the best mtor-
.if the people of I iiiim county.
tie! into a real business of your
own! Local city territory now open.
Sell Hit? genuine .1. II. Watkins Pro
duels. Everybody knows Watkins
Spices, Extracts. Coffee, Medicines,
Toilel Preparations, ele. Standard
for more than fifty years. Higgest
line biggeM values and hghost qual
ity makes easy soiling fur you.
Write loday for free sample, and
proof thai you can make from
KJO00 lo SMmt) a year. .1. II. Wat
kins Co., Depi. 83, Winona. Minn,
George Jleckner of Hie Olto com
munity, was trattsarl ing business
with Clayton merchants this week.
This is the year to save. Give your
friends Photographs, I lie exclusive
gift. to .18.00 per do., finish
ed in. New fall anil winter easel
folders. Make your appointment
now. Samples on display.
1(1-7 IIIVF.S STUDIO.
Webb Hai if-.K-k a M-iting wilh
home folks lat week. He returned
lo Ins 01k at I'i iii'lnil. Colo.
Come in now and join our new
and have money next Christmas
Sure, 011 arc nolnu to tired money next Christinas but will you hnic It?
You will when you come In and Join our Christmas Club which gives you a systematic plan
for deposition money rrnularly.
ITIO.M THKIll EAIIINGS, men and women are lit a position lo deposit $1, $2, $3, $T, $10, $20,
or more each week without inconvenience to thcmsclvcii.
To HAVE MONEY Tor NEXT CIHHSTMAS or ntly other intrposc. Join our Christmas Club.
lln.sinc.ss men nro urard 'lo rtirniinuir their employees Ic oln our Christmas Club and t
explain lo tliem tliul it is a wc
tnluable lo their business.
YOr CAN STAuT WITH Ic,
EACH WEEK. Oil YOt I N
What the Di
t CENT CIA It PYS
2 CENT CLUII PAYS
5 CENT CIA'H PYS
10 CENT CLUII PYS
DECHEASING Cl.lllS You lie
est deposit and Decrease jour 1
A VICHY POPILAH
COME IN AND 1ET V
Farmers & Stockmens Bank
Ilev. Swift, who lias been holding
a few days' mooting at the Christian
Church, returned lo Union yesterday.
This is Hie year to save. (io your
friends Photographs, Ihe Exclusivo
Gift. Si.30 to $18.00 per doz, finished
in. New fall and winter easel fold
ers. Make your appointment now.
Samples on display.
lti-7 HIVES STUDIO.
Hon. Hugh It. Woodward returned
this week from Santa Fe, where he
r Hended a meeting of the Hepub-
icnn stale lenders, Mr. Woodward
being slate chairman.
COAL - EQUITY -
HOW IS YOl It COAL SI I'l'LV.' ot HS I
EUUTY LI MP COQE NOW T CLAYTON. (Hi
IHE CAH AT
t Yl BLACK GRA'
IT IT OFF
TKVLINE CO-OPEHATIYE EULTTY EXCHANGE
Í3 111 LiOiCl I
1 Jm IB
1st $20 in Gold 2nd$
1 0 in Gold 3rd
One Hollar to best Es.soy rereitcd from student of rnrh school dls
irict in Union County. Proilded, more than one is rrcmcd from Uial
ELIGIHILITY: Any school bov or girl regularly enrolled in school
m I mon or Hardins County, N. M.. Cimarron County, Okla., or Dallam
ninty, Texss, tbsll lie eligible lo Grand Pmes. And nny boy or girl
in Union County ONLY eligible to SPECIAL PIUZE.
Ill LES OF CoNTBfcT:
I Essays lo be legibly written or typewritten ami handed or mailed
to CONTEST MANAGE!!, PIONKEU ALTO COn CLAYTON. N. M.
I. Essays musí lie received on or before 0 P. M., Friday, December
.'I. Manuscript must not contain more titan D00 words on tho sub
ject -'Tho Universal Car."
i. All manuscript will be graded on Thought and Composition, Spoil
5. Any paper may be, discarded for any reason Judges wish.
il. Awarding of prices will be made by judges selected by, but not
interested in. the Pioneer Auto Co. Said prizes will bo awarded Satur
day, l:00 P. M.. December S3. 1 1 UK, at Pioneer Auto Co. office. If win
ners are not present, prizes will be mailed to litem.
PHOYIDED: That no essay will be graded for prizos unless tint
writer sends together with his essay, on a separate piece of paper, the
Initials, and Mames of ó Ford Owners, l Fordson 'I.Vaclor Owner, and i
Names of Prospects who might purchnso Fords, Fordsons or Lincolus,
together wilh their address.
8. Each Essay must be signed by wrilor, giving age, addross and
name, and name or number of your School.
-9. All names of prospective purchasers sent, with Esaays will be
carefully and confidentially preserved in order received. If two or
more route.slnuls semi same names, the liamos received, first will bo
kepi and duplications cancelled.
I0. All persons purchasing a new Car or new Tractor from Pioneer
Auto Co., on or before .May I, 1021, liten lito Pioneer Auto Co. will for
ward Jhuir check for tho Mini of Ono Dollar, to contestant who handed
In name of parly purchasing car.
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PIONEER AUTO CO.
OPEN DAY AND 'MGHT