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ST. MARY'S PARISH, DELL RAPIDS, S. D. St. Mary's Parish is the largest con gregation of any denomination in Dell Uapids. Its members are composed of (Jerman and Irish, the former being about three-fifths. Until 1898 itqwas a small mission attended first from Flandreau, and later from Sioux Falls. In 1898 the first Catholic church was erected un der the supervision of Father Martyn, now of Bryant, S. D. Father Martyn was the first resident pastor, who, through the generous co-operation of a handful of Catholics, 10 or 12 fam ilies, erected not only a church, which in those days was considered among the best in southeastern South Dako ta, but also a very fine Catholic par sonage, both of which are still in ex cellent condition and in use. Father James McNally succeeded Father Mar tyn but only lived a year and a few months, dying in the parish house. Father McNally in turn was succeed ed by Rev. C. C. Baley. formerly of Lennox, S. D., who is still its pastor. Father Baley and his parishioners have built a large parochial school, in which eight Sisters of the Presenta tion Order of Aberdeen are teaching the grades, and a four-year high school course is given. In a year or two a large new church, -costing approxi mately $100,000.00 will be built to ac commodate the growing congregation. From a parish of twelve families in 1898 St. Mary's has grown to be one of the most prosperous parishes in the Sioux Falls diocese. We number at the present time 150 families, and are still growing. H. O. RIME & CO., THE BIG STORE. The general store of H. O. Rime with its big fresh and up to date stocks of merchandise is naturally the shopping center of Dell Rapids. The values it offers in first grade dry goods, wear ing apparel, shoes, clothing and house hold articles. The grocery department is always filled with splendid lines of canned goods, dried fruits, flours and vegetables, and every day is a bargain day in this department. In fact, every day is a bargain day in values at this store because of the low prices that always prevail. If you are looking for meats, whether smoked or cured, you will find the market de partment to your liking and the right kind of meats in it waiting for you to take home. When it comes to school clothes and shoes for children you will find the worth-while qualities at this store. A. B. GILLETTE. Coal of good quality can be secured if you place your orders with A. B. Gillette. He purchases his stocks from some of the best mines in the country, whose products are noted for their heat units and perfect combustion, and which burns up with the least clinkers and ash return. Right now with winter coming on and here and with the surplus stocks of the country still far short, on account of the coal strike, the fuel situation is a serious one. If you have your stocks in you are lucky, and if you have not you had better place your order at once with Mr. Gillette. FRED PFISTER. The kind of bread that you like to eat, that gives you real satisfaction will always be found at the bakery of Fred Pfister. He has succeeded in this because he has made it his am bition and life work, and he takes prida in the quality of bakery goods pro duced by his shop and also the reputa tion they have. You will like the delicious cakes, cookies, pies and other sweets and pastries to be found at the store at all times. Special atten tion is given to making pastries for social occasions, and wedding cakes and decorations are also a specialty with the bakery. VOY & PAULSON. The stamp of quality is on the Voy & Paulson drug store so that you recognize an enterprising and up-to date firm the moment you step into the store. The arrangement and dis play of stocks, their diversity and size and the general neatness of the store tell you at once that here is a live wire store. It is also a Rexall store, another symbol of standardization and leadership. Its stocks of Rexall goods is always a complete one so that you can purchase any possible Rexall ar ticle you desire or need by simply stepping into the Voy & Paulson's store. There is everything for mi lady's toilet there,—delicate perfumes, both native and imported, talcs, powders, medicated and scented soaps, creams and lotions, toilet and mani cure sets and accessories, fountain pens and stationery, confectionery and a soda fountain dispensing delicious Ice cream sodas and frozen dainties. If you have a prescription to be com pounded, this store is the natural one to which you will bring it to take ad vantage of the splendid prescription* service it maintains at all times. l^'T DELL, RAPIDS, S. D, A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES AND PROMINENT INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES, MANUFACTURING PLANTS, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, MERCANTILE HOUSES, RETAIL STORES, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE. THKSK COMPRISE TilK MOST RKl.IABI.E AM) UK 1ST KV OW\ KXT10K 1'ltISES. AND IT IS WITH I'LKASlItE THAT WE BK(OHMKM) I'll KM TO THE CONSIDERATION OF Ol RI.\IJKRS—UY 1IK\TIO.M\(i THIS HISTORICAL KM VIEW AM) THE ATllOf.IC IUI,1.I-.TI\ WHEN TRAniXi WITH OIR ADVERTISER* OCR MEMHERS A IJ READERS ARE MOST F1TT1NUI.Y RECIPROCATING TllklR PATRONACilO. M) THEV Wll.l. AI.SO CONFER A DIRECT FAVOR I"PON THOSE WHO HAVE AIDED IX AW WAV TO MAKE THIS ISSt'E A SUCCESS. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, DELL RAPIDS, S. D. MILLERKE MEAT MARKET. If you like good, tender meats, here is a tip. The Millerke market carries a splendid stock of native raised meats so far as it is possible to obtain them. This means one thing and that is that you will get tender steaks and chops and juicy, rich flavored roasts and other cuts of meat at this market every time you shop. Now is the time to have your turkey for Thanks giving set aside and you will find a splendid stock on hand at the Millerke Market at prices that are right. The market handles fish and oysters in season and at this time of year has a splendid stock on hand at all times. FRED HALLS. When you get ready to build your new house or store building you will want the heating and plumbing sys tems installed correctly. You can have it done this way if you place the contract for the work with Fred Halls, the plumbing and heating ex pert of Dell Rapids. It will really be money in your pocket in the end to have him do it for it will cut down your fuel bills and in addition think of the comfort it will bring to your home. If the heating plant is beyond repair Mr. Halls will tell you so after a careful examination and is ready to install a new one in short order. DELL RAPIDS TIRE SHOP. You frequently hear some one jokingly say, "it's not the original cost but the upkeep" that makes auto mobiling so expensive. This is cer tainly true but there are ways in which one can keep down the upkeep of his car. One of them is in the matter of tires which now cost a small fortune because of the advance in prices of materials and labor. When your tires begin to show bad wear, if you will only it to the Dell Rapids Tire Shop and let the expert workers there doctor it, you will save yourself the price of a new tire. It is seldom the workers at this shop can't repair your tires and make them over like new. O. H. EIDE. After you have made up your mind to sit for a portrait, the selection or the photographer and studio is the next consideration. Naturally you want your photograph to have the right appearance, one that conforms with the accepted form and style of the day and at the same presents a natural and recognizable likeness of yourself. If you have ever given any thought to this matter or have been in the least noticeable, the name of the Eide Studio will come instantly to your mind as the place to get real artistic appearing photography done. Mr. Eide's equipment is such that, he can do the very latest style of pho tography, also commercial work, in terior views, out of door pictures, groups and convention photography. He also does film and plate developing for amateurs and prints from them, giving a very satisfactory service. COTTER & WEBER. All of the up-to-date farmers look to Cotter & Weber to keep them in formed on all of the new farm imple ments and the improvements made in the old ones. This is due, no doubt to the fact the firm is recognized as the live wire implement firm of this vicinity. Every modern farmer real izes that the tractor is the biggest invention of the age when it comes to making possible doing work of the farm while at the same time reducing the labor for the farmer. A good tractor will pay for itself in one sea son in the increased production it makes possible through the more work it does. It supersedes two or three teams, reduces the labor bill and does more plowing, discing, seeding, has vesting than three teams and two men extra will do. Then it furnishes mo tive power for the corn shelter, the silo filler, the feed grinder and then can be used to haul crops, to work and drag the manure spreader around the fields in the fall and spring. You will be interested in the type of tractor for which this firm has the agency. W. S. CATLIN. It is always diamond and precious stone time, but never are they more timely or appreciated then during the Christmas season. There are so many different ways that one can present a diamond or other precious stone as a gift that they are often the easiest solution of the gift problem. There is a solitaire that means so much in the life of a young lady when it is placed upon the proper finger. Some beautiful engagement rings are being shown by Mr. Catlin at this time. There are also beautiful showings of other precious stones for different oc casions, shirt studs, and the like. The store also has ah interesting and at tractive stock of watches, in different sizes and makes as well as toilet and manicure sets, mesh bigs, umbrellas, hand painted china, cut glassware and, o+hor articles too numerous to men! tion. 1 *%i •».* SARA MERMAN. Fashionable hats that are being sold at prices within reach of every woman in Dell Rapids and vicinity are to be found at the millinery store of Sara Merman. The display contains a re markable assortment embracing every style, including handsome models for the miss', the matron's and for the little girl's street, Sunday and play wear. You will find hats at the Mer man Millinery Store for every occa sion, street wear, social functions, Sunday and evening wear, for auto mobiling and at prices that Mill meet with your approval in every instance. W. H. BETO. Good meats are always the cheapest because they have the nutrition and the taste that satisfy. There is notli ing less satisfactory or more repulsive than to attempt to eat tough meat o that which has no taste. Buying sue)', meat is money ill spent for you do not get value received for your money and besires you are dissatisfied with it in every particular. One of the really desirable markets in which to trade in Dell Rapids is that of W. H. Beto. Mr. Beto is an experienced butcher and knows all angles of the business from the selection of live stock and meats to the proper handling of them over the market. A big stock of canned goods, domestic, and imported cheese, and fish and oysters in season, will always be found at this market. C. H. BLOW. Ladies, your baking troubles will disappear into thin haze when you start to use those famous brands oi" flour from the feed and flour store of C. H. Blow. To use any one of then makes the baking easy and really a pleasure and there is no such a thing as "bad luck" with the bread and you.* cakes don't "fall," neither are your biscuits so hard that even Friend Hus band can't eat them. Just the opposite is bound to happen for these brand . run so uniform in quality and beinrj made out of choice selected South Da kota grown spring wheat, they can't help but be the best flours on the mar ket. Mr. Blow also carries a fine1 stock of stock feeds such as grains, bran, meals, shorts, middlings, screen ing, poultry foods, calf meal, cotton seed cake and the like. HOME AUTO CO. If one should ask the question. "Which is the most sensational car of the year?" he would not have t) wait long or make many inquiries fo the answer. Back it would come shar and clear, "The Overland Model 4." There are so many reasons why this new model should be the sensation of the automobile world that we will no attempt to tell you why in this small space. Instead we urge you to go t. the home of the Overland in Dell Rapids, the garage of the Home Auto Co., which is the distributor in this vicinity for Overlands, and see the new models there on the floor in all of their glory. And it is some glory too, for they represent the up'to the minute design and ideas in automo biles. The new models have every one of the points of excellence and su periority that have made the name Overland the standard for automobiles throughout the nation today. Then they have the new ideas and features, every one carefully and rigidly tested to prove it right and true, which every autoist at once has recognized is im portant and a mighty stride forward in automobile construction. It rides even more easily and has new sturdy quali ties and means real economy to you in buying and upkeep. CO-OPERATIVE LUMBER CO. If it, is a question of prices and quality, you will find that the Co operative Lumber Co. takes the lead in these. The low prices that prevail so generally on its lumber and build ing material stocks are made possible through the organization and operation of the company. Operating as it does on a cooperative basis, excessive profits on stock are unknown and not countenanced. In addition careful operating plans have reduced the overhead expenses of the company to the very minimum making it possible for it to sell its stocks at the lowest possible prices. This does not mean that at any time or in any way are the qualities and values of its stocks per mitted to lower. On the other hand the quality in nearly all cases is higher than that to be found in stocks of many other lumber companies. If you are contemplating erecting a house or barn, garage or only a hen house or just going to do a bit of rebuilding or remodeling, you will find that you will save money on your bill if you place the orders with the Co-Operative Lum ber Co. You will find that its stocks are large and very complete and that the largest order can be promptly filled. Just as careful attention is given to the smaller orders and we are glad of this opportunity to recommend the company to,the patronage of oar leaders. V. i THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 22, 1919 F. W. BARBdUR. 1 You have heard of Red Pep, of course? You would know right where to go to see him? Of course, to the store of F. W. Barbour, Dell Rapids' popular harness and trunk man. Red Pep has some pretty logical and right to the point sayings, but not a one of them is true or more to the point Than his statement that you can't get a better harness or trunk than is to be found in the stock of Mr. Bar bour. And there is a reason, a very simple one, and it is that a better harness or trunk is not made. Take the best of materials and an expert workman and you have the ingredients for the best article the material is suited for. Thus with the stocks of Mr. Barbour quality is the one thing Mr. Barbour has in his stocks and that makes them the best buy every time. That is why he guarantees every harness, saddle, or other article of horse goods, trunk, grip, bag, valise or suit case. He knows his goods are alright and accordingly guaranteees them. You should see the Marquette tire tool for putting on and taking off your tires. Saves time, tire and pro fanity and is well worth the money it costs. It is so simple a child can oper ate it and a wonder that someone did not invent it before. HOME NATIONAL BANK. Everyone likes to be in good com pany, among real people and it is equally true one hates to be caught in bad company. Good companions can always assist you, so that is the rea son in selecting a bank in which to open an account of any kind, to select the one that seems to attract the other good fellows. Dell Rapids Home Na tional Bank is one of the popular banking institutions among the busi ness men, the farmers, and the work ing people and is a modern and cam plete bank in every way and in posi tion to give you every assistance in financial matters that your credit showing and sound banking laws and business will permit. One dollar will start a savings account in the Home National Bank and while the savings account is growing it will start, earn ing money for you which the bank will pay you 5% interest for the use of the money. The bank has a capital of $50,000 and in addition you will find its officers are men of integrity, broad business experience and sound judg ment who are making a success of the bank. In this history of Catholicity, we are glad of this opportunity to recommend the bank to the patronage of our readers. JULIA SORKILMO. To the ladies of Dell Rapids and vicinity, who appreciate the attrac tiveness of plumage style of hats, the display to be seen at the millinery parlors of Julia Sorkilmo will prove most attractive. There are also trimmed hats there for every occasion and to fit the particular appearance and style of every lady in this vicinity hats for street and evening wear, for Sundays, social engagements, and automobiling. Also one will find there a wide selection of frames and untrimmed hats, trimmings in imita tion flowers, beads, feathers and the like ready to be attached. SCHWEBACH & SCHMIDT. Everything in electrical devices and supplies will be found at the shop of Schwebach & Schmidt. If you are about to erect a new building of any kind which needs to be lighted, you will want it wired for electricity. You will find that it will pay you to have the wiring done by Schwebach & Schmidt not only in the cost of the work but also because the work will be done right and following the rules and regulations lid down -by the fire underwriters. Only expert and ex perienced workmen are employed in this kind of work by the firm and you can rest assured that there will not be any danger of fires or burned out circuits from crossed wires of the wir ing is installed by this firm. You will find a splendid line of electric fixtures and lamps in the stocks of the firm, also electrical devices for the home such as electric vacuum cleaners, washing machines, fans, electric mo tors for sewing machines, and cooking utensils such as percolators, toasters, egg boilers, broilers and the like. An electric flat, iron shortens the day's work for the house wife and also makes her work lighter. Door bells and buzzer systems are installed and all kinds of electrical repair work done. They also sell the the Western Electric Farm Lighting equipment. A full stock of supplies and accessories will also be found there. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Money spent never earns you inter est nor will it ever serve as a buffer for you against the world when you are old and unable to work. It is the dollar that is laid away in the bank, that is put away before it burns your fingers or that proverbial "hole in your pocket" that is the one that really counts when you sum up your assets. A savings account is likewise a splendid tonic and accelerator for the road to success. The man who has made good is the one that has learned the real value of a dollar and just what it means in the battle of life. To save money successfully, you must do it systematically,—that means you must save something from every pay check or envelope, put away in the bank. The First National Bank is always endeavoring to help some man, woman or child to help themselves by inter esting them in the need of a savings account. You will receive every as sistance and encouragement from offi cials of the bank in opening and main taining your account there and also you will receive five per cent interest on your money while it is accumulat ing. The man with a bank account at once becomes a better type of citizen and feels himself an integral part of his community. You can take the place you are en titled to in your community by becom I ing a depositor in the First National Bank, which,\ye are glad at this time to rp' ommend to the patronafet if cur readers. .-V, fr^p^ •—wpp^iff ^pPfW-wfip ypypjH'1 DELL RAPIDS MILL. Housewives a.nd bakers kn&w-ttdw good the brands of flour are that come from ihe Dell Rapids Mill. They also know that the quality always runs the same, that the new sack of flour will make just as good bread and pastries as the one before, and that the next one to come will also run true to form. This is made possible from the fact that Gold Foil flour, the brand of the mill which is known all about in this part of the state, is made from choice, selected South Dakota winter wheat, ground in the latest types of flour mills under the most modern patent processes. These processes and the quality of the wheat give the flour its uniformity. The mill also puts on the market a brand of fancy white flour that is a great seller and is knocking out the cost from the high cost of living. Then there is a splen did line of graham flours, whole wheat flours, corn rneal and the like for bak ing days to make healthy breads. Stock raisers are always after the bran and shorts that are handled by the mill and the highest prices are paid by the management of the mill for grain. LAMBERT MOTOR CO. I If you are an automobile owner or driver, why be satisfied unless your storage battery is full of pep Why put up with the annoyances and lost patience that comes from poor auto mobile starting, lighting and ignition service when you can have the Vesta storage battery which is a guarantee i of perfect service and freedom from troube. You will find this battery for sale at the Lambert Motor Co. It is a battery you can install, in your car s with the full knowledge that its sturdy qualities will give you just the service you need and with it goes the year and a half guarantees of its makers. You can take advantage of the service of the company and have your batteries tested, no matter what the make and this regular inspection at, the garage is absolutely free and will help keep your car in shape. A full line of auto mobile supplies, repairs and acces sories and expert automobile repair service will always he found at the company's garage. THE CHILDREN'S HOUR. NO IDLERS AMONG THE BIRDS. A close study of bird life shows a most careful division of labor, ob serves a contributor in Canadian Boy Builder, who knows the value of our common birds arid has also detected the recent popular interest in the movement in their behalf. Some birds, such as swallows, swifts, night hawks and whippoorwills, sweep the air and keep down very small gauzy winged pests like mosquitoes, gnats and midges while the kingbird, pee wees, phoebes and other members of the flv-catcher family take care of the larger flying insects, most of which are injurious to vegetation. To the warblers and vireos is as signed the task of keeping leaves clear of larvae, plant lice and canker worms. Thrushes, bluebirds, robins, orioles, catbirds, thrashers, wrens and tr.nagers pay special attention to the larger caterpillars and tree insects. Another family of birds has special charge of the bark among these bird caretakers are to be found the various woodpeckers, the nuthatches, brown creepers, chickadees and kinglets, who keep up a tireless search for in sects in the tree trunks, preventing their destruction. Not only are there birds who work in the air and on the trees, but there are also the ground floor workers. Hidden on the ground around the roots of trees and in the grass, are insect enemies whose name is legion. Blackbirds, crows, robins, oven-birds, thrashers, ground warblers, and flick ers, are well known members of the ground workers' gang. Other birds work in close co-opera tion with man in the destroying of weeds by the eating of seeds. The various sparrows and finches are his constant co-workers. Some of the more tender sparrows who have to winter in the South, leave their work to be carried on through the autumn and winter by juncos, snowflakes, red polls and grosbeaks. FIVE LITTLE BROTHERS. Five little brothers set out together To journey the livelong day In a curious carriage, all made of leather, They hurried away, away! One big brother and three quite small, And one wee fellow, no, size at all. The carriage was dark, and none too roomy, And they could not move about The five little brothers grew very gloomy, And the wee one began to pout Till the biggest one whispered, "What do you say? Let's leave the carriage and run away." So out they scampered, the five to gether, And off and away they sped! "U7hen somebody found that carriage of leather. Oh, my, how she shook her head! 'Twas her little boy's shoe, as every one knows, And the five little brothers were five little toes. —E W. Wilcox FEATHERED SENTRIIS. "Very soon after the beginning of the war it was noticed that cats, dogs, pet, and even wild birds, as well as chickens, ducks and geese were aware of distant battles or. of the ap I proach of enemies," writes Ladd Plumley in "Boys' Life." "All over the North of England the keepers on game preserves noticed that the pheasants became excited a«.d "rnrwVpd H^eir alarm when a naval engagement was taking place E N E A O YOU!* EYES fcE&Eli E Y E S TESTED GLASSES FITTED SCIENTIFICALLY TRAP AND SHIP TO LLAN Dealers in AND GET HIGHEST P7!CES. HONCST GRADING, PROMPT CASH R2T:JKfi3, FREE ILLUSTRATED TRAPPERS' GUIDE TO SHIPFE.7S Write for Price List WILLIAMS GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE 2i: Washington Avenue No. Minneapolis Tel. Nic. 1473 C«ntw 1473 NOSIHWESIERrj STAMP WORKS 110 E. 3rd Street, ST. PAUL. MINN. Makers of RUBBERS METAL STAMPS in the North Sea. In France the ap proach ol' hostile airplanes was fdre told by the uneasiness shown by bird pets. Early in the war parrots were placed in the Eiffel Tower to give warning, long before human eyes and ears could detect the fact, of the ap proach of enemy planes. Very soon, however, the parrots became useless, as they became familiar with hostile airplanes and no longer showed the least interest. "Of all the animals and b:rds that gave their warnings as sentries, dur ing the initial stages of the war, the bird that by some strange mixup in ideas is supposed to represent stupid ity showed the most amazing instinct in detecting coming danger. In Au gust, 1914, throughout Belgium and Northern France the village geese hissed and screeched their warnings long before the enemy appeared. Pos sibly the geese felt in their broad webbed feet the vibrations of the earth caused by distant gun and can non fire, or, perhaps, they detected the air vibrations." "SOMEBODY ELSE." Who's Somebody Else? I should like to know. Does he live at the North or the South? Or is it a lady fair to see, Whose name is in every mouthf for Meg says, "Somebody Else will sing," SUGGESTIONS For HolidayShoppers Mails Orders Solicited. FROM SCI-IOCH PRINTING Both Pnoma no B. 7th Str. f"— smitrtavixfj DESIGNERS 3 412 CeOARt IF GOOD THINGS TO CAT John M. Gleason Strertor mb Smbalmrr 111 South Ninth Street MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. J. A. WELCH COMPANY -ENGRAVERS ST PAUL. MINN. our large ard varied stock of Church Goods y* u will find many practical and appropriate articles suitable for gifts. We advise early buying while the selections are complete in: Greeting Cards Gold Chain Rosaries Framed Pictures Prayer and Story Books Small Statuary Scapular Lockets and other Novelties TheE.M.LohmannOo. 385-387 St. Peter St., St Paul Where attention to the wants of custom ers exceeds the usual idea of good service MR. GLEASON'S NEW ROOMS ARE THE MOST COMPLETE AND COMMO DIOUS IN THE CITY. Tri-State and Northwestern Telephones. ICE CREAM Our Special for Sunday Marischino Cherry IN ONES-LAYER BRICKS 60c PER QUART Two Quarts, 95c Tell Your Dealer Saturday to Deliver Yours for Sunday Notice of Mortgage Sale. Default has been made in the condf tions of a mortgage made by France* Patrick and James A. Patrick, her hus-» ind as mortgagors, to Anna Schuda is mortgagee, dated on the 14th day of January, 191$, and filed in the office of tlie Registrar of Titles, Ramsey Coun ty, Minnesota, on the 11th day of No vember, 191S, at 3:20 o'clock P. M., and registered in Book t~. Register of Titles, on page 120, document number 33950: there is now due on said mort gage the sum of Five Hundred and Forty-three and 75-100 Dollars i $543.75) and no action at law or other wise has been begun for the recovery of the same. Notice is hereby given that by authority of a power of sale in said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and pro vided, the said mortgage will be fore closed and the real estate therein and hereinafter described will be sold by i iie Sheriff of Ramsey County at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder for cash on Monday, the 8th day of Deeem I'er, 1919, at 10:00 A. M. at the front door on Cedar Street of the Ramsey County Court House in St. Paul, Min nesota, and out of the proceeds of the sale will be paid the amount then due on said mortgage, together with the costs and expenses of said sale, and the sum of twenty-five dollars attor ney's fees stipulated in said mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure. The real estate so mortgaged and to be sold as aforesaid is all those tracts or parcels of land in Ramsey County, Minnesota, described as L*ls two 2) and three »3) in Block one (3), iri Wild Rose Addition, according to the plat thereof filed of record in the office of the Registrar of Titles within and for said County. Dated October 14, 1919. ANNA SCHUDA. Mortgagee. JOHN A. BURNS, Attorney for Mortgagee, St. Paul, Minnesota. Or, "Somebody Else can play." And Jack says, "Please let Somebody Else Do some of the errands today." If there's any hard or unpleasant tas'w Or difficult thing to do, 'Tis always offered to Somebody- Else— Now isn't this very true? But if some fruit or a pleasant trip Is offered to Dick or Jess, We hear not a word of Somebody Else. Why? I will leave you to guess. The words of cheer for a stranger lad This Somebody Else will speak, And the poor and helpless who need a friend Good Somebody Else must seek. The cup of cold water in Jesut-' name— Oh, Somebody Else will offer: And words of love for a broken heart Brave Somebody Else will proffer. There are battles in life we only can fight, And victories, too, to win And Somebody Else cannot take our place When we shall have "entered in." But if Somebody Else has done bis work, While we for ease have striven. *Twlll only be fair if the blessed re ward To Somebody Else 1* given.