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T II K Tll-SA DATT.Y WORLD, RCMHV, DECEMBEB 20. 19 11.
'1 II U K 19 t t El OF ALL TRADES is I 'iisT. MAST Kit STATION AUKNT, MAYOR, BCUUOL TEACHER, ETC IS A "TOVN MANAGER" Owns All fir Vm-um Propertj' hntii in und Around till' Tnvv II. spi 11 lu Tb World. M.M.i'.KTi;!;. Qkla., Doc 19 The town of Mussey, Pittsburg uounly, m egaotly boasting thai It la u "urn -ii i it 1 1 town," but tin' records of the superior court In McAloster show of ft' Lilly that it tome ni i is new it m any town in tin- itate ilml dm m man) an tvsn hundred and fifty population. At ui) rait', there one in, in in iiui (nun who does nil tin work, The record dooen't (how what the other do, but one is left t" "n fecture thiit they are hu) making a InlnK. w K Terry is that one man, Ke is postmaster, station agent, telehone manager, sohool truetee, notary pub lic and town mayor at least ho bean the title, "mayor of Massey." iiu isn't uxastly mayor for the town docsn'1 boast that office, but the title nut's along ith the rest of Ins Jobs. Likewise, he In neither Justice of tho peace nor constable for the reason that those offices do not egisl in Mas sey, Hut. Just to fill ui his Idle mo ments, he looks after 800-acre farm and hay ranch and, on the snip, is a railway tie contractor and oper ates the ii i general store In tho town These facts K"t Into M'e superior court record when Terry applied for release as a witness In a cos i in which in- had been subpoi n u n floth hu iimi his wife hud lie mi su. union l pd Terry feared that, ii ihoy both left at the same lime, th' business of the town would be neglected. In order that tin' court iniKiii proceed wlthou: hln derlng the distribution of LJni e yam's postcards, however, the court u a. spei mi dispensation from ; is n ista' Inspector in McAloster and, iflor a night ride of six miles Into the coun ti Terry n'"t ;' man to take his plai e In i In' postoffice. ln Idonl 'ly, the i as, in which 'io was summoned was a suit for slander, resulting tr m h bit of gossip that had be-u idng the rounds, showing that, alonij with his other duties, Terry ielp 1 1 make hi the lack of a nowi papi r The f."! is that Terry owns the town of Massey. it doesn't boar Ins name for the reason that he got there ton lute, The town had already been 1 1 ibltNhod when he arrh ed t hres yearn ago. but he nadn'l i"'i'n on the ground i"i k until ii' purchased all i ha at nit inis In the place and, In tin recent government sale of I i dian land, be IioukIii up all the Ian,! adjoining. ii, ie a sort of living model i r t he original town manager, without hav ing thu title of thai most modern de velopment In munlclpsj government. That was forclbl; demonstrated a few months aun when an effort :n made ,111, Into t in' Ii () mil drlv mi' n ai miii. Craw was icllni In ths b pgoiti of a deput) iherlff and on tabls undoi u commission that fallsd Of riinliiiii.it.nl,, und Wus thsrefuN lilt gild, A i in I'd InqUOSl held in .him', nun, ri turned verdlcl thai I'ust iw i had com ! bis death from g gun Shot wound Inflicted bj A 1 is Prow, Judge Thompson was then prossout' lug attorney, Crow was Indicted by ,i grand jm m lilt, charged with murder "i t in- nm degi ee, and oom mltted in jail without ball, ah Mas, in Inter got llllli nut of Jail 00 a 15,000 bond, The case lingered in the courts mi ni October If), 191 S, whim it rami' to trial with results ss stated abovs Tho cam has been prosecuted b) svsry Uttawu county gttorne) since state hood Thompson, Kltsgorald and Morse, Crow ii imt a bad man and man) have ggpressed satisfaction of his dis charge, Ms lives si Wyandotte now, where he conducts i small business, Iti-tmiilril N, M-'an i Man WASiiisiiT' N I"- 19 John i'. hi, in i I'ltoughlln, an Ann ii' hi news paper in. hi. who accompanied Iho Christmas ship Jason with gifts foi children of the warring nations in HJurope, lias been rated with the grand rinss of ihe order of Prsncls Joseph bj i in Austrian i niperor, cording i" dispatches to tin embassy here today, ! TIMES OF GENTILES City News In Brief MR. AM) SHIS, Is1 IRK KKI.I.V, Klin live six miles from Tnis, i, an nounce the birth of .i b tby !" . PRANK I 'lNI.KY ni WeM Tnls.i, a bollermaker, who 'ms been busy for thf past week establishing n police court record, appeared once more be fore Judge Clark yesterday and was met with m familiar greeting from ins honor. We was sentenced to lu days In tlx- city jail. JACK M Alt PIN, wti.i was Arrested along with several others for loiter ing Friday night, answered "present" for oue nf ins friends who was un able tu appear In police court yester day morning, Judge Clark assessed a fine of Ito and sentenced him to five days In the city jail for contempt of i inn 1. Jl'l UK CONN I. INN, who has been confinud to his bed with a severe at-tai-ii of la grlppo, will be back on the Job Monday, according to reliable In formation received yesterday from oue of his assistants. Judge I. Inn's ab sence has pul proceedings In tin county court on a standstill for the past two iluys. MALI. s PASTOB SELECTS T1MEM M H'lKi T F80M in mix til I.I lK. PART THE WAR PLAYS hrist 'u I'rophoey 'oncoming Bud of Tins nVgo Mr-ought Out li War. IiM.i.as Texas, Dec 19 At the First Congregational church of Dallas the Itsv, luttoer Roes spoke upon "The Bi iring ( the 1 treat War i pon the ISastivn Question." Tost, l.ukr xxi, :'4 "And Jerusalem shuli be troddi ii il" ii of the tjentllei until the times or ihe (lenities be fulfilled," "These words find their setting In the grtwi prophsc) o the i "iii Jesus Christ roncernlng the end ol huh ngi nui the end of the world, 'ris prophec) foretelling of wars ami ru mors of wars, of ths overturning ol nations and Kingdoms, n seems, is now being literati) fulfilled," sani in-Rees, "vh la ti vital, su acute limnts ni 1 1'- loselj w atiii eastern nuestlon hu W hy ars i he ino i -rurklsh empire so hv an- the Eu ropean nations watching each other so closely in relation to their dealings with Turkey? Thu world flows with Indifference radical revolutions and political upheavals elsewhere, but upon the slightest provocation all eyes turn to Constantinople Why? Because the land of Palestine, tho lam) ni the Bible, the land niv.'ii bj inil tn Abraham anil ins descendants fm i I'orlastlng possession lies within Ihe bounds of the Ottoman em pire in this sensitiveness toward the eastern nuestlon and every movement that ran possibly com Land, t in- i rid bos rs reluctant testlmonj to Hull's word, But you Dud cast away ills pi Have they not forfeits tin- Huh strong though the truth of sa, 'lias nol up'lr forever? ,1 every claim SUIT was I'M BD In Uie distrl t court yesterday morning by tho Cen tral National bank "f iIuh city againsl Hie Modern Bloctrlc company, asking Judgment for I:', sou. The bank alleges that the electric company has refused to pay a note of 12,200 ami $3011 has been added to the bill to pay for the cost of collection. AN AUTOMOBILE bearing tan No. o 7 , the property nf the OH Well Sup ply company on South Main street, collided with a heavy auto truck, the property f a local wholsjMfe house, at the corner of Bi id and Dotrott yesterday morning. The .smaller cur mis considerably damaged, but no one was vary seriously hurt. i lake Ii," postoffice away from him. rry hadn't sought thr place, It ,l i. , i liai ii "i to him mi a silver ,IU r, l .ii belie Ing that, ha-, im; . . mess thruH npun him, lie , uldi'M let il cu without a struggle, r. In. J tn give up tin- Job' Even I.- Sain w as "up again) t it v In n . v. is n ' ml that lVrrv controlled all ill" poMHtble locations fur a postofficg iiu! he wag allowed tu keep it But Terry'it activities are imt con fined ni in Massey Bwide m re than 600 ncrei of Isnd in this county, he owns :iiin acres In Kentucky nmi another general store there, is at Jett's creek. Breathitt f the elt e.inimls'--k 0 by the Hotel tn sink a Well un dlrci tlv In front nf I pel. ill The stum - utility, In ft I, n. uii. In- was unity. ,.rn ami famous n ids, ami he still bears tin i bullet wound, lust below n h r-ilseil In fur its mark nf the point bin, w hi, h w as inflicted at the "huttle of Punchln' camp, between tin M.ii'kham und llargii elans, ten jeiim ago Terry was tn adherent of tn, Mark ham taction and opposed to thi t'ullalians ami the Marglses. H , ti Kentui ky to escape further ru Oh and cume west tn seek ins o' mm in new fields if activity. USE CROW HAS AT LAS! GAINED HIS FREEDOM PERMIB6H in slon has been i Tulsa authorities der the sidewalk the building In supply the establls men! with water, inn- well has al ready i"'n diiilid on the premises, which furnishes good water, but not in satisfactory quantities, - "si n s 1 1 1 r. , 1 1 a Tulss negro who broke juii at Okmubjee several days afo, was captured in Fort Worth, Tex., liiHt week and returned to Okmulgee. The negro whs serving two-year sen tence for shooting at the chief of pn llca of Okmulgee at the time he broke Jail, and it was tin, unlit he would come to Tulsa, his old home, "DEATH CURVE" Is now to he straightened, according to a decision the eity column sion yesli r of i morning I leath Cur doul le t urn in Admiral - Iltlca street. Sufficient , been purchased at t hat I able a more graceful made, making the traffh at thai place lay is the short boulevard at property has point to en- curvs to be mui b safer - HKKM i il Mt'.l I'M I N(. TMK PAST I Rti. mi i; in i: lot i: i tiiiun last Pr -i on il. F jeop pn he b.mn Ths ilelih seven fm Tin' Sunday World MIAMI. Okla., Dec. l. Ths fa- Ahe Crow murder case is at ni of conn and I row Is in pon- sessloii oi his liberty, it was uis mlssed enrlj in tic week b) .Indue itoU B. liis of the dlstrn I court mutton by defendant S attorney. Mason, on a pb-n of former tardy, Invoking the constitutional provision tint an individual cannot twice pi. iced m jeoparay ror toe nffell.se. came to trial I Ictober I S. 191. 1. and alter six days' hearing ami eratlon thS jury failed to iiuiie. standing for acquittal und five iiitnlctloii Tin- ease was suli- MlHrf to the iurv on iiit,, : IT di - liberation continued up to and includ ing the 10th, I" ths Interim .Indue Da via left th Jury in charge of a bailiff, With lustructlong l return a Healed verdict, il one he found, und went to Ins home at Vlnlte. Which Ih out of tills county, the Jury finally re poriinn a dlsamresment, umi whs dis charged. The courti thus leaving the county scut and Ottawa county dor '.UK the court term and while the rmi was In the lands of the Jury, which failed to agree, according t" ths su preme court reports of Oklahoma and nil other reports. a argmed by Mr. Mason, operated to relieve crow from the chat Of murder In this case on the plsg ' former Jeopardy, slid the uuai ....e ftttfa cletL nf th(- mntler. Willi tvvm ii" ......... - - - - . i.,..lv lli, ill femlatit. lifter ti-tlic the colls of the law nines -lune 17. Kttkd Indian Bof, Crow shot nnd killed Joseph an lndiHii hoy about . mS u it it tt-liili- trvtnu to arrest for rrentini? n general breach of pence, in the vicinity Ol unooin i.,nn i? 141 n I'mi-iiHA had bevii'drlriklng. and when on the streets the town naneo ri cgnwma young fellow and a OOUplc of girl . PETE O'NEAL and arrested Frldav night skull i i k 1 1 1 mi Basi Infoi iiu'il i st. i rtax ni lpal Judge Clark that tin y Would spend 10 dues In Jail, w hu h means that Christmas day will be spent be hind the hats. It is tlmiicht Doaalble mat i neir ' im will i good behavior. w. Con Monahan, In a fist und Hirst street, were morning by Mu shortened on CtlHi 111 111 Ahe 1'oHcowa, yenrs lilm the Mile of a ALTER Wll.l IAMS. the ne-.io who stole several valuable chl keni from w. M Oarrlson, another negro, last Frldai nurht, was sentenced to "t days in tall yesterday morning bj Municipal Judge Clark. The chlcktvj thief denied ths aeousatlon from start to finish, but on lirh! of the man from whom he took ths chickens, ceased to conti ml. WALTEH BCOTT and Ed Kile, the two men who were alleged tn hu,' had something to do win, p rsuadlng Myrtle Scott to leave her home about two weiii- ni-,,, wire arrested isti day bj Dcput) Sheriff H. a Premer and placed in the county .tail, a thor ough Investigation will be made bj the county attorney before definite charges win be placed against them. i ITV ATTORNEY J R. RAM8E1 has been Instructed by the city com. mission to interview- authorities of the Wells-Fargo Bxprssi company umi ascertain whether it is its Intention to greet a building on tin- small park just yest of ths Frlsoo paasenirer de pot, und make a report to the e.,m- mlsalon on ths if it is the in. tsntlon of the rompaii) to do this, thi commission win endeavor to dtssuads It, us It hag Do intention of huvlnn the city deprived of the park, . t ELEVEN Kt'NDREO rm'nts he. hind Oklahoma City, That's the po rt tli n of the First Christian Sunday school in the sffidenc) contest with Ihe school of ihe capital City, But they are expected to pull away to the front today with a larirc attendance and every point emphasized. This Is more than a race for numbers. A pupil oaU count for being on tlm", With an offering, a Bible and a record for hulnK attended the service the week l.efote Tonight at 7:30 o'clock there will he a special service ut th-J ctlttff h under the auspices of the Sun day school. It Is called "White (lifts lor the Kins.' a program of song and rtofy The school will offer gifts of self, service and substance by depart t . cuts .mu class) s. to that land?' No! True, Christ said Jerusalem should be tr, allien down " the Gentiles, but only until the times of the Q on tiles are fulfilled, Then the Gentiles must vacate, must pass on "Jerusalem is today in Vlohamme edan hands ami Turkish bayonets guard the i radio and grave of our Lord The Mosque of Omar now occupies the site of the ancient tempi" of iho Jews. Constantinople, founded by tin first Christian emperor, is to, lay ii pnil bj ti. e Callh, the head of tin- Mo hammedan faith, The lasi generation has witnessed within this empire probabl) tin most cruel and diaboli cal massacre of christians committed during tins age, "Gladstone said. 'Thf eastern ques tion is nol a question of Mohamme danism simply, Imt of Mohammedan Ism compounded with the peculiar ii. i racier of u race. They are not tin- mild Mohammedans of India, nor the chivalrous Saladins of Syria nor the cultured Moors of Spain. They were upon the whole, from the black day when they fust entered Europe, the one jficat anti-human specimen of humanity.1 No wonder he calls the head of a sect that would sanction such outrages tin' 'great assassin ' "In western Asia we confront Juda ism, Islam und Christianity There, as has been said, 'Judaism shows ar rested development. Islam shows perverted development. Christianity shows corrupted doVelopraeAt.' Tuose of you who have come In contact Willi Syrian and Armenian Christians can not hut mark how far they have drifted from 'he Christianity or the Neiv Testament. ".lust here permit a word as to the common Indictment which charges the guilt and carnage of this war upon tin' so-called Christian nations. There are no Christian nations. The recent effort to remove from our coin Ihe words, 'In God we trust,' was con sistent, to say the least. I v rt Wholesome liiflucucr, "It Is true that In thf nations now engaged in war there arc a great man true . hlldren of Ood through simple faith iii Jesus Christ, and they exert a wholesome influence In these nations, hut they constitute o very small pro portion of the population even In Britain and Germany. Any one of ordinary intelligence should Know that tho nations have plunged Into this war. not because of. but Iii spite Of, Christianity if ltlhle study, prayer and interest in the evangeli sation of I In world are true tests, only n small remnant of those who profess Christ are trul- his. Willis our statistics estimate Christians et upward of one hundred millions, the great George Muller has eald that t'-n million would be a liberal estimate of the number of Chrstlans in the world. "From the first, this war hss been unlike ail others in its extent, tht? nations engaged and number of com batants, in the modern and destructive enginery employed, in the ferocity of the Hacks, the reckless sacrifice of human life and the dlsreKaru of the ethics of wiir We find ho much to remind Us of Paul's words: 'In tho last days (troublous) perilous times shall coaie. For men shall In- lovers of themselves, bosstara tru- e breakers fierce traitors ' (II Tim III. 1-8). No won der it has heen referred to ns re turn to savagery and the collapse of civilisation. "Wars and rumors of wars are to characterise ths and of this age. Dr, Scofield says: The belief that we are to pass by tho peaceful processes of ii lu'. adening i ufture, h- the achieve ments of discovery and invention and by the iiiiivi rsul acceptance of the gospel into the golden age of millen nial blessedness is, in ths light of prophecy, tlu baseless fahrlc of a (luuin. The revel, i Hon Is taken up from the sixth to nineteenth chapter with the description of the events In which this age (not the World) ends. And first is war. and war such as ths world has never se'tt war colossal universal and desperate Hut the final war Involves not orly the great Kuropean ti lt ior.s. hut ths whole of the world of prophecy, namely the Human empire at Its greatest extent and espe'lally the. Near Baat Armageddon is to he fought imt on th fields of Pranos of Germany, but around Jerusalemi If, then. Turkey and the Balkan states shall he drawn Into the war now raging and nothing Is more probable then, we very confidently answer thai the war which Is now drenching Fiance, Poland, Belgium and Germany with torrents of Mood on a s sis and with a reiuorselessness never before equaled In human his tory, does Indeed murk the beginning of the end of this age.' "Since these words wore penned Turkey has bSOOttlg Involved In the conflict and the Caliph has declsred a holy WgT, calling t arm the 2 'JO.- J IT For Men in id Boys That Reflect the (Hood Taste of the (liver and Make Las t'u Imp ress io 1 1 s on the Recipient THE MODEL is pre-eminently ic one store in Tulsa where to select such gifts, (iihs here ;is low ns 25c and ns high as $50, and from the lowest priced to the highest each ift carries w ith it the indeliable stamp of quality so highly priced by men. By way ot suggestion we mention a few out oi hundreds of suitable gifts you will find in this big store. Gifts for rather, Brother, Husband, Son, Friend, etc., in the largest assortment, shown in Tulsa. Fine Suits and Overcoats Sweater Coat Lounging Robi Smoking . Canes and Umbrellas Bath Robeg House Slippers Pine Neckwear Handkerchief, Tie and Hose Sets. Traveling gets. Military Brushes Pajamas Suit Cases Mufflers Suspenders Knox Hats Clapp Shoes Gloves Fine Shirts Collar Bags Store Open Evenings Till Xmas Shop luirly- I'.arly in the Week, Early in the Day 000,000 follow cis i, i Mohammed, Con cessions and privllegi heretofore guaranteed lo foreigner are recalled. "What peculiar significance at tachea to her participation In the Rar" Heretofore nlu- has been th buffer empire in southeast HSurope be tween Ureal Britain and iiiissia. S'elther would allow the other to a1 lorb nor. War, hh well a.s polities, make strange bodfollnws Practically nil the territory Included In tho old Etonian empire Is already Involved In this w.ii in the emi time the Koinan empire is to be revived In a ten kingdom consideration, is shown m tin- second and seventh chapters of Daniel The beasl the 'Mttlo Horn' of Daniel- enters Into a covenant with the -lews iii their bind at the be ginning of tin- seventieth seek of Da nol the wiven-year period a week of years). Mark at that time the Jews are In their lu il il and in posi tion to treat with this might) world emperor Tods) tin', are there In small numbi is ami onl) by sufferance. Between this moment and the time when luraol miters Into a covenant with the emperor she must bocome I nation established In her own land. The lami given to Abraham and lax seed by a title absolute and Inde feasible extends from Hie river of Egypt (the1 MIo) to the Euphrates, and Is about equal in slse to Ihe state of Texas ami embracing an area varied m climate and rich In resources - a good land and large.' "Tin- obtrusion of Turkej Into thi war will probably mean the disin tegration of the empire. The sick man In 'on his last less.' I in Jews' Opportunity. "What better solution "f the east ern nuestlon than that the Jews Should be reinstated In their own land ; Before Hun war closes they will have more than one opportunity to furnish some of the 'sinews of war' to the allies, as well as to Herman) ami tustrla, Rumors thai Turkej is vvinini; Lo sell Palestine to the .low are current, Already tht'esar's kindly words to 'mv dear Jewish people' ln dlcate a change of mind, if not a chance ,,f heal t "Tiia patriotlam of ths .lews In che several nations, as shown b) theii prompt enlistment, ban won the' ad miration of all What people could have a bettor claim upon Palestine? We should not dogmatise, but surely tho events of these momentous days Should solemnise uh. "Thr mighty tread of the armed hosts w hh h w e hear tods) ma) be tho stately stoppings of Ood ss He mi on in the j upllsbmenl of Ilia re seated purposes concerning Ills chosen people and the nations of the earth, wears movl rapid!) toward the consummation ami restoration of all things upoken ' the prophets, We are not counting tune bj generations or dee.idi-- or years, hut hy months and weeks nd d's A little ovr three month ano most of the orowned heads of iCurope wen off on vaca tions, but lh have sin. o In n kept pretty hu-v "While terrible Judgments air in tore for th" nations that f-ir,-t Ood and tho time of Jacob's trouble' HWaltN the Jews in their own land (when th-- beasl breeks his covenant with them i, the Christian can look across tin- dark chasm and by faith catch th rays of th" glory Which will yet fill tin- serth, imt of the wreck of religious apostasy and na tional and political ruin will arise a kingdom of righteousness and pe ice it will ho ushered in by the glorious npp' iriiiK of the Uurd c ('till ' w ith Ills -aintn Those who trust Him In tills age become Mix hi id,- and w ill relirn with Mini. Hod delayed UK Judgments upon the Canaanites until heir Iniquity wuh full. The times of the, fjsntllsa seem almost fulfilled. Surrlv thsll i' IqUrtleS are groat, I Ood's finger writing theli doom? How lone Will it he until in- will make downtrodden Jerusalem a praisu in Ihe earth" " 'Therefore in ye also ready for In such an hour as ye think not ths Sun of Man cometh.'" (Matt. xlv. H355I ill- ill uVi PUBLIC CONFIDENCE. The ci't'att'Kt M8Kuraut ' Bttfoty which ;iu bank ''; tn its patroiiH in ;i dircioratc eoiiiponcd of tueu of integrity nui ability moil in whom the publie has unlimited (confidence. 'I'lic ofNcers and directors who manage tin- affairs nf tins in stitution liave proved their ability to Biicceed in business life Mini their best pffortn are devoted tn pondering the patrons ot i his bank ;i servic which is both safe and efficient. We, invite mum checking account and pay I per eent In teresting mi savings nf 1.mi and upwards. DIRECTORS: .1 !l EVANS it H McFARLIN H H KlTCHi'lF.l.ll HOMGB M PBE8TON T. W HINCLAIK .1 H MARK MAN 1R WHITE T f HUM. II P 0QHNO1 l.V 'I f SINCLAIR THOMAS WHITE 0 II LEONARD 1 A CHAPMAN 7s in mm in offer 1 EXCHANGE NATIONAL BA NK TULSA, OKLA. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000.00 giaassffiEaiylsis Regular $21.50 Oak Chifforobes for $14.65 Regular $25.00 Oak Chifforobes for $16.85 Regular $45.00 Birds Eye Chifforobes for $27.50 ot Farmer's Bankrupt stoek 24 W. First St., Phone 2238 TRIED 10 CHOKE HIS WIFE; MAY Or HE II III -n In III I 1 .11 i 111 M v n v lio.ltto i iir.i 1 1 si ii in UII I. Ill- Wil l liecstiss hs Iimi attsmptnd t, choks IiIh vv'ifi- to ilralli ninl RtloWSd ulrM'r -;'Ki.M of 'n-ln! Iiihhmi-, W ll lt-noii. scsd It, vvms yestppdur sirsstsd snd pwopd in tils nnunty sil uuon i --ii pluini -if a M, Welch, human scsnt. Hs sill ti1 srrsMtttsd bsfofs (hs count) Inssnlty oommlaslon toiuorrosr Rioralnc. Uenson's (snilly, srhlcti consists "f t'.vn children snd wife. Imvs hpt-n in ths run- of ths hutnsns .-isont for slniosi ii viir Hetison iwn nol hssn in a physics I condition srork. Thslf hnms 1 1 in ,ii- ths nun i end of im -t-i;. ins. ii rtvel iiiiiiK.'. W ill You Pursue the Same Paths in 1915? St;il't VOlU' ln.nl Tn ;t SnvilljS Aci'i H I lit on the firsl of the Kew Vear. Bv your nun wisdom will you prosper and 1 1 1 ear lier you uti&vi the quieker will credit nud ie ogtiit iou be yours, The First National Hank nnii one BRMO isim 1 Whsnr m you fel 'I Ins m think ..f iho full BKffiS, UAXATIVK Ml;nin y I' I SINK l.mik tur Kimia-iiii the m-xt rom At l-'iiiiii unable ' '-vt room and placed him tn a clialr. turs nf r w Qrovs on "'' lie to ii",ir t lie uprnar an) longer, hs mytnf, Now n thsrs arJ be qulsttM OpSned the door Slid Utirsl Upon (!i Ti n tnlnUtSS latSt a Btnall head ap- class. Hpi'ihk mie hoi t.i ii-i than ths lies red round ths door and a mens; i.ii tin- ranolMr, n Imnstuoua Innootor who visiting iv provincial si hmil was much I others Ullvlni: a ir-:it deal he csught little voles aaid. "I'leuse, lr, womh I by the uusc u( thv pupils lum oy the oollnr, ! ISl i hi lu t It teachel