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I I i : f i I c e tl The Joy of Easier. that there is no limit to the power Easter Sunday is always the first of God: and that the resurrection of Sunday after the fourteenth day of Je9US VP the ultimate triumph 01 gmn over evil, inereiore. ui ' ')S WP hoys urullla,y J".vs easier mi: me ic-nm. mere is a luture exisi- nsoH tn s.'v tlu "mi ticsps the part of it. ' . . ence in lorm ior nnssiiaiis, in linp" If (hut fniirtp' :ith rl:iv i; on theS;,hlK!r::..l,. a Kas r is wl till which the form will be .Hapted to thew-vt S.,ll.,:, - crw llenee the conditions of the future li.e; and it is in ?..,. v, . r e will he pernmi, form unchanged i m iri a or ' J ' 4: l an ihe 0ie f the hi'st thinjis to do on 1. 1, fi.-hii.ii. I-asier ou-iday is to read ill.' proofs ; ;i;'-it the t ''!e r'Tcrinn ot Christ ! unci, nts re- furnished in the four gospels, ana wen; just be- then read the entire fifteenth chap- fol- ,('r I Corinthians, ivinrf the eon peiioJ of eimal day elusions drawn from these facts by and night, vh 't: the frost is out. the greatest of all the apostles. -the migrant birds hein to sing, the Wallaces' Farmer. yea; s .:;ti kiY . I gria CI ri ai...; shortest l. alized mat lows after the th flowers get ready to bloom, and nature awakens Irani her apparent sleep, and living things get busy. Even had there never been any resurrection of Jesus, there still would have been a joyous time at this season of lie1 year in regions whe re civilization fust began. There h special jt-y far the Cliris- What You Eat in Apples. Do you know what you are eat ing when you eat an apple? The National Horticulturist tells you. You are eating malic acid, the prop erty that makes buttermilk so healthful. You are eating gallic acid, one of the most necessary ele ments in human economy. Yea ae eating sugar 'in its most assimilable form, combined carbon, hydrogen a, id oxygen caught and imprisoned from the sunshine. You are eating flagrant racdi Aad yoa are eating phosahorus in the only form in which it is available as thesource ,e Christian's j, mH11 ;,lt;d u the cal gumi of Arab". who v.'.l'. iolluw. That of ali brain and nerve energy. In a (h-ai )iisua'ioii of a r.ddiii.in l.t all thaw von fire drink-' tian at Ea t r because this ancient festival cuuime.iioniies the resur rection of Jesus from the tomb, and because upon the im of li.is n-.s- urreeti in 11 .11 - a.: i hope for h 1 ! t ir.- i.l.. :i.l liL- joy ous me' tin in t " -it i'utiire life with the friends who h-:ve gone before and these event was fact for which men Hoped, but j, the pures. water and eating the vhieh they eouid not prove, that inost heaitnfu! and (ie.-irable libre alhdoes not end all. that man for the required "roughness" in food 1 iuiur- exist nee in some elements. Tiiu acids of the apple a '.una '.'la-: eon be recognized diminish the acidity of the stomach i V.'Iio i:. W Liill ill this life, aiid nrpv .of ...nil fiiru iKcnp isii " i " v - 1" . s iliil ; 11 V ennt il.li.'-: jifl..r ti ... .... .u : . ii.if r.o iney uuve uui me uoauius iiitiiiers. I the (ksiruction of the that cause the skin eruptions audi 'eh we recognize each thus are nature's most glorious corn It thus becomes the flexion makers. They neutralize' jus event that has in tht Kl.wirl rli iilt.ttriiiti ic.i t is most valua- make it sluggish. The contained aartieipate only phorphorous is not only greater than ot the spring- in any other form of food out it is on the head presented in a shape for immediate symbol of use by the brain and nerves, where with no it may flash into great thoughts and he heart great deeds. The ancients assigned with- ine aPPles as trie iooa lor tue gods his form, by ihoi. that pe. death am flesh by wh oth-r here. most trcmna ever occaired 01. We miss all the ble in Easter, it' we pity in the common joys time. A n.;w bonnet a new suit, or any othei merely earthly pleasure, hope of the eternal life in t. is a mere travesty of the da out the soirit. a matter for rather than joy. So thorou ghly were His discipk convinced of the reality of the res urrection of Jesus, which they did j . not expect, that it changed the ha whole current of their lives, and gave them a new power, unheard of and unsuspected, which changed: Mac and its juices the ambrosial nectar to which they resorted to renew their youth. Men are the gods of today, and the apple is their royal food, the magic renewer of youth Eat a rich, ripe apple every day and ou have disauned all diseases of If their terror. - Record. Macaroni. ironi could bfl pund oftener thi Plirircnnreanf nU.ii;,oH nn.h.f, ,UJe "Die Wltfl adVa... ateda new world, with new joys. age. It b 0ne f the mm mtriti" new hopes, and new expectations, ous of all fa nn'ous foods, as well It is true that the fact of the res- one of the . cfP Vermicelli urrection was denied by some fine breads be d.ougb ,pae Christians at Corinth in Paul's time frora wtich mat ,f,,lU m l) probably on philosophical grounds, sometimes preferre. 1 to U ie tubes of When a man has been imbued with raacaroni, and can t e H m the the heathen notion that evil is in- 831116 wa7- herent in matter, the resurrection Don't make the mista kc? a 80 of the body would seem to him to in2 macaroni in cold wa ter I 'efor.e involve the bringing back the evil cool"ng- Wipe it carefoll.v, tore. il against whirh hp hnH maintain into nieces of the riraira-i lm Ha O v um llluiULQIliCU a " - - hw.. m lifelong struggle. To this Paul re- . and Put in boiling water, to eve plied with absolute proofs of the .uart f which half a tablespoon o fact, as quoted in the first part of ; 18 added. When the macaroni the fifteenth chapter of I Corinthi- j 18 tender, drain off the water it was ans. He then went on to say that! biled in, aHd cover with cold water, the resurrection of Jesus was but a ! can be kept for several days by renewing the water each day. If wanted for immediate use. have a cream sauce, made, season to taste, and add the macaroni when tender. For macaroni with cheese, boil half a pound of macaroni, put in a pudding dish in layers with a quar ter of a pound of cheese grated and mixed between the layers. Put a very little butter and some bread crumbs over it, and brown in the oven. The crumbs and butter rfii W'i .a. Get Your Money's Worth The service an engine will give you depends not only on its desirn and quality of its material and workman ship but upon the size of its bearings, the length of its piston, the thickness of its thinnest casting, the size of its balance wheels and the strength of its various parts. Upon the size and strength of these parts depend the service you will get from the engine and it also determines the total weight of the engine. In deter mining the value of two engines compare their weight the same as you do when you sell your hogs, pork is worth so muck per pound. Come in and inspect my sample Stickney Engine and show me one place where any weight can be cut out without injuring the service the engine will give and then I will show you it has no surplus weight, no big useless unnecessary base and then figure the price per pound. I will give your money's worth. J. B. Bristow j.ui'..'.'ii'iiiii!imiwhijlwlij exclusive agent vmmxmumstsmsui J. B. BRISTOW - Monroe City, Mo. The Si sstontheKatv I III I II A trip Souihwi w ill open to you the door of opportunity taking you through the very heart of Oklahoma and Texas; through nearly every important point and section. LOW FARES ' Get started Southwest now! You'll make a move in the right direction if you take advantage of one of the next low fare excursions via Katy. On the first and third Tuesdays of each month these excursions via Katy afford you a trip Southwest p.t much less than regular fare without sacrifice of regular service for the tickets are first class. Say "Katy" to your local agent he will understand. If you will tel! me where you want to go Southwest, I will tell you how to get the lowest fares and best service. W. S. St. GEORGE. G. P. A. WaimYPt Ey., St, Lwj Mo. Hyt the Kind of a Cur. Several ftSmS men were stand- precursor of theirs; that in fact theirs was involved in , it;, that if Jesus could be raised, so could, they; that the first fruits carried with it the full harvest; that Christ did not rise from . the dead, they could not; thatif death was the end. all with Him. it would certainly be so with them; that then all the sacrifices and sufferings of men to make this world a more decent world Were in vain; for if a man died the death of a brute, he might about as well live the life of a brute. He points out to them, upon the analogy pf ..nature, that the future existence has nothing to do ' with the form of the particles of matter that comprise the earthly body; i Tells Americans to Leave Mexico j Now. ' i war cloud hovering over Eusenada mfoe lhe tt. ! 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IjQCUaUU, 04 ' 0"' 1 uuuu Gen. Simon erthoia are ou? of prth visions and m ' 'ave tner at once.' Thev are exDfi ciea W mov.- .ltjainst be mixed before putting on if de-jEnsenada . ' sired. The seasoning of , macaroni, M5oo ZTTT. dams of !V,piwo ATJ.14XJ uuiia " visited her sisteri Mrs. J. S. Barrett may be varied by using tomato sauce instead of cream sauce, or by the addition of .onions. Vermicelli added to soups makes a. very good substitute for noodles. - Wallaces' rarmer. in this city theU ter'pa-of the week. - ' "You do?" '. "Yes! I'd just love to have a nine little fox terrier." "GeeP said the young! rpan, "I'd like to be a little fox terrier." The girl smiled, Y6u might not mi me pin," sne said. "Why jiotf" he askfirf: "Because,. she repliej,' .'aftei-. Bn- Bwenng a can, rya want ,one bright a H. ..Greer, pf I iunne ll was I enough to'e jaught'-'sornVthm-with friends in this c. ity. 1 Mrsday. Denver Post Couldn't Understand. "Can't make it out nohow." writes Uncle Kitchel Pixley in the Shreve port (La.) Times. "Ye see, it was this way: Me and old Seth Beards- ley was runnin' for constable and after I hears Colonel Roosevelt sail in into crooks, down at the depot Oiat time. I begins sailin'. into Seth. Course Seth hadn't no crooked rei ord hasn't had no record at al! 'tcepl ' for chawing plug for forl; . ts; but I paints him crooked yeL Ivn Hlll Then our " townshii 10 urn 139 more votes than ii gives h . m0Wi whnt'8 eatin' ni ;gves me. vert is, what's t . Gilich of Edmond. 'Miss 'ilatth u'her home the Okla., returns I xftf spending sev firstfofthewm'i '-Clarrie Meyers, 'eraf days wuhi C ill near Monroe,. ' 1-.,: