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March -- 1S14 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON XII, FIRST QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, MARCH 25. Taat of th Umoh, Mark ivl. 1- (fcaatar LMNtt-Mtmorr Verse-, 6, 7 Oolde Taxt, I Cor. 0 Commentary by tho B. D. M. Stearns. At last wetk the missionary lesson took precedence of the temperance lesson, it wins very fitting that thin week tbe Easter leaaon should be chosen instead or the re Tlew. The resurrection U et before us nearly 30 Uuies in the AcU of the Apostles (at least four time seven times) as the great topic which tbe apostle preached and ia in tbe epistles constantly kept be fore ua aa our hope (Ilia return and our resurrection) and inspiration to patience and faith, holiness and seal in His service (Rom. Till. 18, 83; I Cor. x, M. 52, 58; I'hlL 111, 20, 21; Col. ill, 1-4; I Tlu-ss. ill, 13). "Blessed and holy is be that luitb part in the first resurrection" (lie?, xx, C). 1. "And when the Sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene and Mary, the mother of James, and Salome had bought sweet pices, that they might come and anoint Him." In Luke xxlii, M, we read that hav ing seen where Ills body was laid they re turned from the sepulchcr, bought the apices and rested tbe Sabbath day accord ing to the commandment. We cannot but admire their love and devotion to Illm to whom they had so faithfully minis tered in Ills life among them, and He will give them full credit for It all. Uut if they bad believed Hi words they would not have looked for His dead laxly in the tomb on the third day (Math, xvl, il; xvil, 23; xx, 18). So love without faith may do un necessary work and misspend time and money. Mary of lMhany, Is-canse ahe be lieved His word, hal anointed His body be forehand for His burial (Mark xlv, 8). 2. "And very early in the uiornibg, the first day of the week, they came unto tbe aepulcher at the rising of the sun." It had been a dark Habbath to them, with out any bright hopes for the morrow, because of their hick, of faith, but they kept the day by holy resting. See one of the best precepts for keeping the holy day In Isa. Ivill, 13, 14. We rejoice to keep the first day instead of the sevent h, because of bis rising on t hat day and appearing to the disciples, and because of all O. T. eighth day types and N. T. plain teaching (Acta xx, 7). Those who still keep seventh day are seeking to live In the days before His resurrection. 8. "And they Raid among themselves. Who shall roll us away the stone from the floor of the sepulcborf" Satan Isalwayesug gesting hindrance in the'way of those who love the Lord, hindrances and discourage ments to keep us from going forward they seem sometimes very real, and sometimes they are only luisglnury. The risen Christ at God's right hand, having all power In heaven and on earth, is the one cure for all such, and Ills promise, "Ia I am with you alway," our constant strength, lie shall not fall or he discouraged (Isa. xlli, 4). . "And when they looked, they saw that the stone was rolled away, for It was very great." Difliculties vanish as we go for ward. Sometimes we are to stand still and see tbe salvation of the J-ord (Kx. xlv, 13), but sometimes our feet must actually touch the waters before they divide (Joshua Hi, 13, 16). When He puttelh forth Ills sheep, He goeth before them. The ImA, He it is that doth go before thee; He will be with thee, He will not fail thee, neither forsake thee; fear not, neither be dismayed (John x, 4; Deut. xxxl, 8). Ha did not need the stone rolled away that He might rise, but it was probably rolled away that they and others might see for themselves that Ills body was no longer In the tomb. 5. "And enuring into tho scpulcher.they saw a yonng man bitting on the right side, clothed in a long white garment, and they were affrighted." Matthew suys that an angel sat on the stone and greeted the wom en; Luke says that two angels stood by (hem In the tomb, while John says that Mary saw two angels sitting, the one at the head and the other at the feet where tho body of Jesus had lain. There Is no con tradiction, but a description of the differ ent attitudes of the two angels as seen by different persons at different times. See in the angel as a young man the suggestion of Immortal youth. 6. "And ha snith unto them, Ho not af frighted; ye seek Jesus of Nazareth, which was crucitled; He is risen; He Is not hero; behold the place where they laid Him." From Gen. xv, 1, to Uev. 1, 17, one of the greatest words of God and angels to the children of men is "Fear not" or "He not afraid." Find all you can of them and hold them fast. Remember that His perfect love to us will dispel all our fears if we only be lieve it (I John Iv, 10-18). If we have fears, it is because we are not abiding in Ills love; therefore He says, "As the Father hath loved Me, so have I loved you. Con tinue ye in My love." And agaiu it is writ- HOW TO STUDY GEOGRAPHY. Cwfol Hlote thm Subject For Young- and Old. Most countries owe their Importance to the fact tbt tbey produce souxthing that mankind uses in one way or anoth er. Study the productions, at least the most important ones, and also give the reasons why certain countries have cer tain productions and not others. This will bring in matters of temperature, rainfall, deration, latitudo, natnre of soil. etc.. and the children will see wny they ate required to learn these facts, and they will seem realities. Find out what otner countries nave tbe same productions, and which pro duce the greater amount, with causes, etc. Many of tho teachers would as tonish their pupils by asking them why the United States produces large quan tities of corn, while England produces none, or why the coasts of Mexico bare nroductions different from tnomianu regions, or why Russia is anxious to get control of Constantinople, etc. But the use of a country dots not ue- nend alone upon what it can produce. It also depends upon Us advantages for sending away wbat Js not used at home, and also for getting the products of other conntrles which it does not have. Tho study of this question will involve the proximity of a country to tho sea coast, its nuvigable rivers, railroads, canals, etc., thus bringing out the vital joints and showing tbeir importance. The pupils are thus learning tho facts as means to an end, and not as a large assortment of dry, disconnected ends. Ask them if they would rather livo In Mexico than England, and why? Al ways why? Interesting and animated debates may often be carried on In this way. How to IUiinova 8 tain From Marble. Marble is a very difficult article to clean if the fitain has sank into the stone. Slight stains may be removed with a pumice stone or with vigorous scrub bing. Greasy utains are hint removed with a paste of f uller's earth applied in the same way it ia to wall paper. Stains of ink on marble may bo remov ed by hydrochloric acid, which Is a powerful poison, mid must be washed off with water almost as noon os it is applied to prevent lis eating into the stone. Why a Cap Is Symbolical of Liberty. Tho right of covering the head was in early times a mark of liberty, slaves only going bareheaded. When a slave was given bis freedom, it was custom ary for bis late master to place on his head a small red cloth cap, called pi lous. When this bad been done, he was termed liberiinus (a freedman), and bis name was registered in the city tribes. In 263 B. C, Suturnius, on taking pos session of tho capital, hoisted a cap on tho top of bis spear to indicate that all slaves who joined his standard should be free. Marina used the same symbol when be incited tbe slaves against Syl la. When Capnr was murdered, the conspirators marched forth with a cap on a spear as n token of liberty. Tho Goddess of Liberty in the Aventino mount was represented as holding in her hand a can. In Franco tho J acobins wore u red cap. In England a blue cap bordered in white, with the word liber ty in gold, is a symbol of tho constilu tional liberty of tho nation, and in our country tho etatuo of uueny aiwnys wears a cup. How to Dispose of Duplicate 1'rescnt. Somo tieoplo who have n good many presents havo a way of disposing of du plicate or generally inappropiiate gifts. Thev nut them carefully away in a drawer by themselves and consider this a depot of supplies to go to in an emer gency when called upon to mako a do nation in return. Tho great caro has to be that the donation does not go back to its original giver. How to Rest. To begin with, women sit too much, and women stand quite too much. Stand ing about aud sitting are not resting, however cleverly women may delude themselves on this point. Absolute re- rxe comes to the tired muscles only when tho body is in a reclining posi tion, and absolute repose comes to tho overstrung nerves only when the mus cular system is perfectly at rest relax ed. The middle aged woman should ONCE WAS ENOUGH. 'o. 63. -Charade. Mr first of the bovine rums most be: Next a shallow part of river or sea. Where my first nmr pass from danger free; Whole a city famed in great degree. For lt'a a well known university. No. 64. Diamond Croaa. Upper Diamond A letter, liable to. a country in southwestern Europe, a metal, a letter. Center Diamond A letter, a pronoun, clamor, utility, a vowel. Lower Diamond A vowel, possessive case of the pronoun it, moral, to perch, a letter. Left Diamond A letter, a limn, to ex haust, in the middle, a letter. Riuht Diamond A letter, asrnall poison ous serpent, to attempt, reward, a letter. No. 65. Geographical Acrostic. A Large Peninsula: 1. A rnnge of moun tains in the south of Europe separating three countries. 2. A lM-Hutiful city in Italy, famous as a birthplace of many artists, poets and other eminent men. 3. One of the largest rivers in Europe, noted for its beautiful scenery. 4. The largest county of Scotland. ' 5. A large country in America belonging to England. 0. The ancient name for Luglanu. No. 60. A Itelieadlog. The second Is a theme for verse, And not for sober whole. Poets duiitcht to oft rehearse lis charms, which thrill the soul. lis varied hues, Its perfume rare, Its radiant, matchless grace, Jts beauty makes the June more fair, And naught could lake Its place. No. 67. Word Ituildlng. A vowel. A tone of the diatonic scale. A sea eagle. A breach. Certain aquatic birds. Hehind. l'reclous stones. Dress. Pouring forth. Faltering. Add one letter and transpose letters at each change. No. 68. Illiutrated Helms. No. OS). Crossword Enigma. - In Khl, not In tin; In steal, not In win; In hIkIiI. not In (lay; In strait, not In hay; In riot, not in war; In nine, not in four; In arucn, not in blue What MIcUiKttti city is in view? No. 70. Numerical Enigma. My whole, composed of 85 letters, is a quotation from bopiiocles. Mr 12. 33. 20. 27. 29. 17. 25. 7 was au American statesman. My 15, 11, 2, 4, 1!, 30, 83 is to hinder. Mv lu. 1. 5. 14. 28, 21. 84 is a gum. My 6, 10, 2(1, 32, 81, 22 was a puuosopuer. My 18, 8, 0, 13 is to enjoy. My 24, 8, 23 is to cut by blows. No. 71. Square, Diamond, and Mquaro, Tho face. An animal. The rainbow. Taste. A letter. A verb. A boy's name, hx treiue. A letter. To blud. Having competent strength, With a sudden and violent blow. Past participle of to retain. No. 73. Four Authors Wanted. Come into tho garden, Maud, lu the merry month of May. Come and trip it as you go, Hut what will Mrs. liruudy say? Mr. aicSwat Makes an Invaaioa Into the Lower Bee Ions. "Hark I What's that?" Mrs. McSwat sat bolt upright in bed aud listened. 'Billiger!" she exclaimed In a horse whis per, shaking her snoring husband, "I hear noise!" "Wh-wh-what? Where?" said Mr. Mc Swat, waking with a jerk. "What's the matter. Lobelia?" "Shi Listen! There it Is again! It's down stain. Billiger, there's souiebjdy in the bouse!" Billiger listened a moment. She was right. There waa a noise down stairs a shuf fling, stealthy kind of noise, as if made by somebody who was unacquainted with the premises and bad no business there. He rose and dressed himself by thrusting his feet in a pair of slippers and pulling on a dressing gown. Then he lighted a dark lantern he had purchased for emergencies of this kind, armed himself with a patent carpet sti etcher one of tbedeadllest weap ons known to scieuce and turned to his wife. "Lolel!a," he whispered huskily, "remain here. You can do n good. I will meet this invader alone. But stay 1 If there should be more than one," le continued, grinding bis teeth, "and you hear me call out, you may come to the top of the stairs and yell. Make all the noise you can. It will convey tbe Impression that we are expecting them aud are prepared." With his dark lantern In one band and the deadly carpet stretcher in the other be started slowly down the stairway, coughing loudly as be went. Mrs. McSwat listened with painful eager ness, bhe could bear liiiuger rasping uls terrible weapon against the balustrade and coughing with a violence that increased every moment. Presentlv the noises ceased. It was evi dent that Billiger was searching the house with a view to slipping upon tbe marauders unawares. Then there came a wild yell. Without waiting to assure herself wheth er it came from Billiger or the burglars Mrs. McSwat seized a chair, ran to the bead of the stairs, screamed with all her might, tumbled the chair down to the floor below, rushed back for tbe washbowl and pitcher, sent them flying after the chair and hurled down a broom, another chair, a small trunk, a bootiack and several other articles of a portable nature that stood or lay within reach, her voice ringing out all tbe time in a series of wild, blood curdling shrieks. While the din was at its height Mr. BiIII ger McSwat appeared at the foot of the stairs. "Lobelia!" be shouted, dodging nimbly as a towel nick" new past ins ueaa, "wuat on earth do you mean by this infernal rack et? You've broken $100 worth of furniture aud roused the neighborhood! The police and the lire department will be here if you don't stop!" "Wasn't there any burglar, Billiger?" asked Mrs. McSwat. "Burglar!" snorted Billiger, climbing over the ruins in the hallway and bounding up tbe stairs three steps at a time. "Bur- glarl No! It was only the cat. Didn't you hear it screech when I kicked it out of the parlor? JJurglar!" ne exclaimed con temptuously, throwing tho patent carpet stretcher under the bureau, extinguishing the dark lantern and crawling between the sheets aguln. "Lobelia, if you bear any more burglars or thieves or robbers in this house tonight and wake me up again there's going to be trouble, madam. Go to bed!" And all the rest of the long, weary night Lobelia lay abed, wide awake, and listened to the deep, regular, ceaseless snoring of Mr. Billiger Mcbwat. Chicago 'I limine. Georce S. Baowx, Bog Salesman. Allen Root. W. C Alltx, Sau Stock Aae-m Nebraska State Cattle baleamaa. Farmers' Alliance, owe riAcii. a abaci a. Allen Root & Company, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS Socm220, Excbtage Buildicg BErEftENRKill El rt National Bank of Omaha. Commercial National Bank. Omaha. U. S. Yds. National Bank. Soma Omaha. Neb. Savings M Lxcbange Bank. Omaha. Central City Bank. Ceaural City, Neb. Sohih Oijiaha, f4eh. ry Before shipping ask ui for condition of Market and prices. GASOLINE ENGINES Tbe best because tbe moat simple. few minutes' attention s day will keop It running. Most economical; guaranteed cost ol running Is one cent par horse power per hour. AdJre, Box No. 60. Weber Gas I Gasalina Engin3 Co., Kansas City, Miaoa:!. "w-SsS: J CP vy FOR SALE ! OR WILL TRADE FOK SOME GOOD FARM LANDS. sure urea irecoraeii iuiiuuu u r-.i .- tfnoiuH KMre. Also lmDonea ana ..ThBhetlanTl'onT I have a lot of excellent good mi Uon. and raising, clean, healthy will sell oa. amj mal or all, aa the entire stock must be disposed of . For a list ama detcrlpiloa address, A. U 5ULUas) Ths Importing Draft Horse Company. LINCOLN, NEB. GREAT CLOSING-OUT SALE OF- FINE STOCK BYTME LEEDS IMPORTING CO.. Wed. & Thur., March 28 and 29 our entire stock of Hor-eg. Mares and Colts, numbering over OO HEAD. Consisting of Our enure . "v . n u j ua aiu ii,.naun, Uirpa nf rtifTHrpnt ChTalew.lcom& N5 SSwoMtoSweoimt of weather. Hale will be held under .ever TERMS Cash or one posiponemoui uu . . otto j-..,, m rwr cnt Parties wlshlnn credit should bring '&RTmh&n& we will offer at private sale our entire herd of Ualloway ameand"o7k of BHIiOi'SHIRE BHEKP. also the Olive i Branch &yf$M ' iiu a.FM nf the hnest laud in Southern Minnesota, an unaer a uibu ' tui,. f mee has pure running water in all It s pastures, and Ursi-class buildings. For terms, prices, etc., address LEEDS IMPORTING 00., ADRIAN, MINN- L. BANKS WILSOH, Creston, Iowa. -IMPORTER OF- if? Pcrchcron, English Sbire, Belgian and Coacn Horses. . ..... i. Amorix. at the following; fairs: v hm-aes won more bonor i""""?.''"'."; rn- unrt th Kansas City Fair, season MWa Fair. Uneoln: a, m.iiS Percueron stallion, Jeannot, ana n .y ! r", wses, low .JZl urw in wrest and loDg ilu e visit the Crest uuy r arm Pl.L0W.itr immirtatlon lust received. Iowa talllon, Sampson, never failed 'reston, Iowa. Telephone to farm, less rejoiced AccoiutiiK to Math, xxvii, , one of t hem l..m how to rest. Five minutes of rest ten, "Keep yourselves in the love of God" flut ou on0.8 .fc tn0 uoor or ou ?M'f ...... , "-" l bard, smooth conch are worth Halt nn leas rrioiceu to ieuiuaii.uriM.uim num. - . , . 1 t .. ,,,., i,.,;- I Hour Ol SO MVU'U rest iu uu mjmh " in that nnreiHrncrul tempter, mo roca- imr chair. Somo ono has said to the women of today, "Never stand when you can ait; never sit when you can lie down." This exhortation, applied with somo eluwlicity, J tl' lt rcc'po fot benutv 1 kia)W of. I recommend fre quent daily lupses i uto com pleto fallow- n. re ml ml oil the women that lie had said lie would rise, as if tently reproving them for looking for a dead Christ. liw ourtiulH! llet must grieve Hint as well ns hinder lllm from using us in lie would like to! T!ti c! I'.'.s von!", y f lin faith!" "O fools, and slaw of heart to Is--Here!" "Have faith in liml." 7. "Hut no your way, tell Ilia disciples and lVti-rtlmt He eistli More you iat-,1 GaUtre, Thero shall ye mo lllm as lie said auto you." Compare Math, xxvlli, T, and John XX. IT, with this vt-rno and hear Christ and angels aay to you, "Hit, u li: Father, Sou aud spirit arv ever )iii(!, HYhoinhalt 1 send, and w ho w ill u fur us'' IKtt how few areitiiitf, "ll-r urn How to I'rwrie Ituuet Khoes, Do not uh any so called russet j,k1- iahes. They aro all harmful, himply tah off the ehoea every inorulnti wltti a damp t loth and then polish tin m brisk Iv with a soft, dry brush. They will lotm show a Is-autiful polish withont any stick In. 'o. 73. Hidden Presidents. 1. As we left the pur Cecilia was seen upon the upper deck. 3. Did you see now steauuy nine uar- ling ran to her mother? 3. Tonight Is so frosty time 1 leei anxious I about John's onions. 4. Stay, Lorinda; I did not intend to ol- fend you I 5. Are you going, Uertnar les; wait ior mel 6. I prefer a damson plum to any other. From a Doctor's Diary. At niuht the weary old doctor sat dovrn and noted as usual the condition of bis patients: The Ragman Pick ins up. The Deutist May pull through. The Deaf Mute-Still complaining. The Painter More had signs. The MiserHandy living. The Cashier Hone. The Actor On the hist stage. The Uuteher I'ss fut on bones. The Cobbler Mi'iidiug. 'i tie Jali Prisoner Will sau b U. The lawyer Speechless. The Two Urocele Ou the verge of disso lution. The Mualvlnu Toning tip. The Carpenter Improving. Jours' Hoy-Had and gaming won. The Ilarlwr Saved by a clows shave. The Hanker Failing- The Hootmaker Will not lat long. Humiliating. The duchess staraped her foot. "My lord," she cried, dashing the hot, blinding tears from her eyes. "I must insist that you make no further reference to my father's avocation." "Darling" gasped his grace in bewilder ment. An impatient gesture waved him to si lence. "After all I have said about" Her ladyship's voice trembled. "I think it is positively cruel for you to mention your armorial crest and almost in the same breath to speak of the quarter iugs of our family as if" She bit her lip fiercely. "you wanted all the world to know I am a butcher's daughter." Detroit Trib uue. A Case In Disproof. "Seeing is believing." "Did you ever go out to see a man?" "Yes." "Did your wife believe It?" Brooklyn Life. A Necessity. Judge Can't you and your husband live aapily together without lighting? Mrs. Muloahy No, yer anner; not hap pily. Brooklyn Life. THOROUGHBRED SALE OF Aberdeen Agnus ! Short-Horn Cattle We will offer for sale at the Biock Exchange on the Fair Grounds at FALLS CITY, NEB., MARCH 29, 1894, At 1 o'clock, p. rn. 10 head of reglHtored Aberdeen Agnus bulls owned by Samuel Kinimel, , frails City. and Riinrt-Horn bulls el.lKlble to rHcord. owned by 'X t!. Keyt. Verdon, Hob., and L. J. Hitchcock. .Smii Neb postponeinent on account of weather, gala held In bam and comfortable seat nro video I. Anyone wishing catalogue will apply to either one of the parties. SAMUEL K1MMEL, Falls City, Neb. C. C. KEYT, Verdon, Neb. L. J. HITCHCOCK, Salem Neb. COL. M. W. HARDING, Auctioneer. W. J. WROUGHTONi Hastings, USTeTo., IMPORTER AND DEALER In Clydesdale, English Shire, Percheron, Belgian, German Coach, Yorkshire, Coach and Cleveland Bay Stallions. Era That Unoonquerabla Curiosity. lonB tha small hoy the unwearying scamp Will coma boat a-shiver and frightfully ilntmi. Docauso of his tour 'inanitst the puddles aud brooks To see if the Im Is a thin as It looks. Washington Star. I; aend u!" llw little Iwiteilt tm be liever wvni lo dtriv in. in t l.ti ,t. criui 84, rifttn, amidt-tU ! IHUo thai it dot ot arem to them to I worth tuenl! ailug, & "Aud I bey went out quickly, and fll trout lha rpulcher, for tin y tr ml; d aud war aiiiiurd, tuuiii r m.4 they ni.vihmg io any waa, for they r afraid." lu Vat U, givlil, K It I riiwn Ut thvv did run ta Wrtuit Ika iliatitdn Wind, suit UlkiV liata l. .u tl.J. ..1 i.l. it,., I aul uotuuitf io iua- i m i " lUlik wall) VtMlld I lu lUaiu' I hip t. MiltiSil hilJF. ! I'l KIV it B at do it all niian had Ul but; . thoitH ! rr4 bi4 Uvs'iUy l da in vttk uIhaM fiwhi.g i t Uut ah.l p ii.r y cup, a. wUlU II mak-a Iih-I tM Ull Md ' i 1,'iat U r-ui'ou-1. It It alt.'g. thi r Uo kav p(fii tM(,bwi lUt Uaur ul g i , ..j, xkm lu suy Vul h Wv1! tluw l Mk fntm t Mararouaa. A delicious sweet ta ifTr at Intuit- fsiu Unu lot f whlptud cr uind inuc- arotaia. V tha nth cream that i t'f tho proper n nsUlcm y to whip well. iwlvu ati'l w hip until unlU sUtt. Oct th tt have l u kept aUiut I. I. B I H BotU!t,jia.BMuu. www 'two day. n. foil then, until thry r adthliA kow a.ir M..UI.H M !,.,' f tb-in with the whip ad tre,u iblu at i ruwu t oi.ir. This ilM. Iiv. 31 K a4atb4 A travilff arriv4 at a Mil and V4 Mav'Ui fe" t nti up t1 t t Krait4u t, mH'd Ms rvjtir,t, "Why, ti," rrli4 4tl-i tid, " I ttk yi-a y fct4 Jug mil M itlghti tlifktuH U mm Uft.' lVta lVrui, nil.-u (w 4ni tl 1 I Ma Vii I ri' f h4 ! w H 'H iti unt. l In 1 nf tr MtHHht U4 K'nka tR I IjI ftr -v'ii, tml tkh r M tin llawiiigly tivunlt ml ly u U.a-ii. Ky la Ilia I'uiiUr. Ko. IKiublo llhitfoiial! A C V K r T 0 o u 13 O M ok 1 V V O W It unt uimu a rwU. No. &ANiwirrlel Mulisma,: "Thert la aa Uwk hut a KoUlea Uf will pu it" S. Art - t'hn4M fupUiard. So. &;.--t'urtiliMiili K'ant . Na a-Stl.Htiot t. !, I'lowar lLii. rint Wit-l aa. N'a Vtt IMhw, Juhn tHrrum ua UrU tmf Vbh tw I vk ftk -tVni'l r alu, IVatn, l'af U. t 'n . v.. l. lirUMi fur, i nn . . .-i. .. M kl. Ta Hot Sorlsss. Ark-, and return t'Vi via tha Missouri 1'acltlo route Feb. 13th. Callonl'hll. Dnisls,C. 1 k T. A, 8201 O stnwt, Llnooln, Neb. Call u tloo, Nsttrman & I'o. for cai-rla.a waOQa. blf)UOr. D4 W a farm Implements. We'll use you rlgnl llutU Cadtuan A: C have the Ur . . . ... . 1,... I ... P...!,1.(A. iol line oi wagons, ii"kk" St l'haclona, In the Stat A Q St. at cor. 10th ITsa Northwuatcrn Una to ChkiJ fow rates. Ym irmlnt. OiHee To Li Angles, Callfarnla, IW.OtJ for first o! tlckot l MU url Pacldo rouw. City tUkt otto If I O Strwi, Lincoln, N'uh. ', North wctrn line to thUrve Iaiw rate. rt trains. (Uj 1131 Ha'k. tVlaiait i C. naj J. K. !Ur twr Cos f rat atjpur'.uii'Bt siorv, 1 La f t f fwi to alua rte!ra for our money. Vh ajJs afsl uot u vrM,(il rrts Vhm hmt k s4 Long time given to responsible parties. Corrosnondenoe solicited. Staoies In town. Address, W. J. WROUCHTON, Hastings, Neb. FRANK IAMS, info, tVV: &4i Importer Tf Breeder 100 Black Perehsron, French Draft, Clyies and Shires. ''v .. . ...... . Ior Show" t th great Bt. touts, Nrbratka Male Fairs or i!Vl, n oia- octitorn. J Thrv won the vrund Ijoo nerd prU "ror Heal J IteruOf UisUllorW anil or Nebmtha MostmiZ Utll hr ur mora shown t tha World's Ksir, iaMS'italUn,maraiiJtolUwoath prUetat NeuraU8!te Pir ocr Ncbnuka Worltl'S Pi' Winners la paet year. They Wcr 'Wlppcra of 527 PrUea. JAMS U tfce onlv l-ipo1e la NehnuVa th lmwrted hit Penhrrorn ir MI thre year Iror Trim and tha Urel imrxnter ol Cliie and Hhirm. Al l. lil.ACK. Ititi.' hoM o n ntW pnMtat Nabraal buu fair ul it I. and lim la tlx only ""-i t oi N (. ka Owl UenuileJ lolheaaiaeot -W-SWEEPS TAKES IAMHUUAIUN IKK to thaw lh t,gwi intletlxm ol tint I'I-AhHY nHArT HURIM .4 t'w b'H llh. Btttr IVIVIOtI. MKHll AilKOVAI.!HKh tINU. IWUNii ..u......,.hi..,lii All !1Vi k: I'klik 4 ASH TMMv una Idraand lhr tt lima I ma 4i.ir,i r ckamt itiManv ii. tm.MMWr nt day iur Mm alhaia,aid Un rat Ik lialfkl More State Prlie Winner Than All Nebraska Importer. W.ile 1AM. . r la oa Ik I. J kl . ami V r. n'W.1 FRANK IAMS, 8t. Paul, Neb, ,,,-11 ! i nsmaj i MfFOHCEPS. FARMERS stt ti III M. rust. J. N. RIIMIUS, iiiHai,r a. t your prl.- tht w 114; Coo't fr li t h b'ac at t:cof, l IUU A St. ',nH'l. l'a Nt.rlhU-a U VI (n.Uef U raw. I'satr!, US till O tW LADIES t kH t ? - ' 1 .i !'' .4 M Vt t 1 1- - ,', ,.. I , N 4HS. . Wit h.wM. . 11 i4wf .i.m'tMH 1 tM tfHlMa fc,, 4 t I PR . 4, H i l v"t ' -4 ' fe, afc a. t t If a 1 W M t tl ll4ltM i I 5 X .14 i J A