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"O thou that hear- tliere is m inueh to do that it is iweless est trover unto tint' shall all flesh eome " to attempt to lirinsr alnit tin- ciiuri'rtsion It U aid liv thoc whose iKiMtion in ! of the world to Christ. This would he the church enables them to know where of th-y ?i'.-ik. that the twelve mouths just closed have been wonderfully fruit ful in Christian progress. There is not one of the branches of the Christian evangelical church, which has not had : "O thou that hearcst prayer unto the I true if the work was to o on in the strength of man alone. IStit man is on ly the instrument, tied is the poncr 1 that is in the instrument. David spake not as man when he said a large growth. Strenuous clforts have been put forth in one way and an other to arrest this progress.but in the face of all it marches on. In view of thisgrowth aud the wonderful opih.rtunities and jxissibilities which are ojicn and lying nut before the efforts of right and right eous workers and with the aid of Divine shall all lleh come." Christ is for the whole world and the whole world is for Chiist. , "Christ for all O wondrous thought I Do we feci it as we ought?" it is a nullity love, it is an unnieasur ! (si grace stooping to redeem the race- He is a light which over everv land is help.theChristiansthroughouttheworld to (low. bringing Miss and pe.ice and life for almost ."ill year- past have requested ; and dispelling woe and strife and death that the week following the first Sabbath Wherever hate or sin are found the of each ear be setapart for the purpose healing of the (;.-. pel is needed and must of praer. We belong to the number who have been s;arcd to pass through the year 'h'.)7. It is to us a thing of the past vVhate-.er hae been our experiences in ir. whether pleasant or unpleasant, we go. The L rd shall become the strength the song, anil the salvation of the peo pie. They w ill say, "Thou art my God and I will praise thee, thou art my fled I v.ill exalt thee" This will come for the Lord is working as of old. when he cannot change them. God has given gave the promise. He said, 'I willshake us a in nd a memory, and that memory the heat ens. and th" earth, and the sea does its work. It has recorded the ex- and the dryland: audi will shake all ixTiences of the past and dotroy the nations and the diin of all nations record Mill can not. Mcniorv is presid shall come and I will till this housi; with ing over the present, ami is noting all glory. t,aith the Lord of Ho-ts." The the facts. Give it something pleasant earth shall be tilled with his knowledge to record and you will have something and the kingdoms of the world shall be pleasant tor reiiection. uive memory unpleasant facts to record, and eveiy little while it will unroll before theeyes of the soul some one of them. God has promintl us that if we take our sins to him with penitence and confession that he would jiardon us and look upon us as not guilty, but he did not say that he would make us to forget the sins them- calling for the week of prayer to be oh come the kingdom of (Sod and his Son As we stand on this side of the full realization of such a time and in ourhu man wa look forward to its coming we can as in all el-e see a dark and a bright side. The Christian persons who were au thorized t- send out the proclamation "Glove-Fitting" Corsets are popular, with ladies who prize a reliable corset. Try them and b? convinced. W2 k-333 a full assortment of Th3ss celebrated Corsets and recommend them. OS., Missouri, Oregon, - , : . i- I aA ho drelre5 by allnrintr adrprtlrmrnt ni yTi can pet tiie best made, flnen Uni.-h and f. CST POPULAR SEWINC MACHINE t a TtK-re xf. Boy from rcliaMo Tnamifartarc-rs i-t cito cniuM a rf-putatfon ly hont and pqt-e linp. Tbtre none In the world that ran !a nhanipal ntrartton. durability of worlixif? ; fnnfaof flnlh, leauty in apteariinr.crhwi -Jiny luiprorcnientsnj the NEW HOME. VS25TE FOR CIRCULARS. Hew Home Sewing HacWne Co. pjynr. Vts. noTO.MS!. 28 firms Pr8l..".T Illlri'--.. ILU ST.IXnS.MO. I'ltXiS.TEIit. blN'llKCISCO.CAL. ATt.tS7X,OA. FCn SALC BY GQftSZTi JVGHIV'ra WAItTETJ. rT;M-ri''!nr nit nvfiMry t rr liriccs aul ear. UcuUre write Uin Matuiln'tniciit, viti:k.v oi:irr o, su toi.. jin. s-lvcs. Sin can be cured at the Divine r'ountain of Healing, but it will leave its yar. Both God and man can forgive but not forget. They can forgive otfen ilers and do for them as much and treat them as if they had wholly forgott 'n the olTenc1. yet the mark of the sin will be upon the olli nder anil the fact of it in -dellibly impresseil ujion the mind of the injured. How imperative the need then of going at once with the diseases of the soui to that physician who can heal them. How ble-sed also tin- privilege and important the duty of living out the right, and thus escajie the injuries of sin. This consummation for the entire . race is devoutly to be wished. When' this state or manner of living is realized then all llesh will have come to God and served were by no means one sided in their vi";s of the present situation as it refers to this future for to the proclama tion tliey aililitt: .Never was prayer more needed than at the present time The state of the church and the state of the world alike call for fervent and almndant supplication. We have come upon perilous times. We see distress of nations. There is much of insubordina tion and lawlessness in various countries and places. In nearlv all lands there is much suffering on account of the stagna tion of trade. In Europe there have b en ominous threatening of war. Most nations have been called to solve iioliti cal problems of great perplexity. Af Christians, we must call to mind the promises given to prayer, and the special the prophetic words of David's prayer protnis-s given to united prayer. '"Call w II lie fulfilled, and brother you and I upon lhe" sas the Lord, "in the ilav of can nst a confidently and as ieacefully trouble. I will deliver thee and thou and as safely in the announcements, shall glorify me." prophecies and promises of God as can While there is much cause of anxiety, the little child in the arms of its moth which should make us feel that onlvGod er's love. : can be "a very present help in time of To help the world along to this knowl- troubIe,"there are also signs of the times edge and standard of attainment we which are greatly fitted to cheer and to each are to contribute our snare, it we , encourage us. Among these none are have been contributing to this end let us continue our contributions. If we have not been contributing to this end let there be a facing about in matters a change, a resolve to commence anew It is now a good time to do this. We have . more remarkable than the quickening of the missionary spirit, the amount of blessing which is graciously granted to the evangelizing of tin- nations, and the "great and effectual doors which are so wonderfully opened to us. Therefore, just gone out of the year IS'Jl. Its door . with fervent supplication, let us mingle is closed upon us. Wo are just entering hearty thanksgiving to the Father of the open door of 181)3 and if we coin- mercies and God of all comfort, mence it right, and continue right we I The outlook of theGospel's futurecer shall end it right. We are also upon tainly has its bright side as well as its that week of the new-year when the dark features. The Gospel is reaching Christians throughout the earth will out among all jieople and in all diree contiuue in united prayer for the in- tions.pnning itself tube the powerofGod. dividual, the church, and the world and : "O thou that hearcst prayer unto they havo renuested all Christian minis- thee shall all flesh come." In thisstate- ters to preface the week by a discourse j ment there is no negative. It has no upon some text of prayer as "O thou savor of doubt. It is simply a good man that hearcst prayer unto thee shall all from the depth of his soul and the llesh come." -Their own selection is, say unto all the. congregation of the children of Israel, come near before the Lord! Exodus HI I). . breathings of the Holy Spirit upon his heart crying out in child-like simplicity to God. It is a positive faith in the absolute and supreme power of God and Every soul will be a subject of prayer in his willingness to hear prayer throughout the week. So in addition ; It is the kind of faith in God that to what the individual can do for him- General Gordon had when he said. "Here self in resolving to put off the old life ' I am. a lump of clay: thou ait the potter, and on the new he will be aided bv God Mold me as Thou in Thy wisdom wilt. and the united jietitions of a Christian Never mind my cries. Cut my life off people. Xow the end to which the text ; so be it just as Thou wilt. But I rely looks is the conversion of the world a j on Thy unchanging guidance." universal acceptance of God -"unto , This positive faith leads to right living, thees hall all llesh come." Still the j and a universal living of the right would method by which that end is to be reacneu is uirougii individuals antl individual efforts remembering all the while that the Spirit of the Lord is back of the individual and his efforts. In this wav all are to be reached, the church to ! only be one way of saying "all llesh had ; come to God. Kight living is simply a ! right use of the days and weeks and ' years as they pass. i Most people are more or less concerned about the hour of death and exwed- FRANK LYON, vs ''X- -JC, --r V-" The Blacksmith. I have opened up a shop west or the Opera House. Oregon. Mo.. and lam prepared to do ali kinds of blaeksmith ing. Give me a call. IVAN BLAIR, Attorney at Law. Oflicp over Citizen's Hank, Oregon, Mo. triumph and the world to put on Christ. , ingly little concerned about the Considering the opjiortunitics open to . hours of life. It is reasonable to the church at the present time, the say the least that persons should have pressing demands made uikjii it and the : some anxiety with regard to their de- condition of the world makes theworlds parture from this world and the eternal conversion a matter or solemn responsi- destiny or their souls. It matters not bilitv to the church of Christ. Well is how persons are living at the present it that the need of prayer is felt and time, they have a desire if not a puriose truly can it be said that, "Xevcr before of making preparation sometime for the was there a clearer call to the Lord's j world to come. There is not one who people to move forward bringing forth , expects to live here forever, and yet the the fruit of the Spirit, anil labor earn- ! great and sad fact is. multitudes of peo estly Tor the salvation or souls." j llc are jiostponing the matter of prop- It is a time calling for the proclama-! aration for death and cte-nity to thedis tion of the truth in fulness and simniic- taut future It really seems that many SETTLEMENT DOCKET. -or Probate Court of Holt County, Mo Regular February Term, A. D., 1898. NAM V. OK r.sTATK NAME OF AHMINIsTIIATOlt. ouAKruA.v. ci i:toi: 01: KXKcinou AIlMISIsTIIATOl:. rCKATOit, K.r.eni..t OK OCAIIDIAN- snTTI.KJir.NT First Day, Monday, February 1 Uh, A. D., 1S!)S. Klluitt. Cora el al Julia-. Klliutt Curator -iili ..imiiat CiMiik-r, .lames l. et ai. .Iuwtli Heeler Ciianliaii I n annual ZaWiarr. Kilitli It. W. It. Mintli Cnarilian l.tlli annual lieiinrll Klue Iteorse Jlever ' uralnr Mil annual WartI, Thomas C'lr- A. I-nuiilni Public AilliiinMratnr Till annual Second Day, Saturday, February JDtli, A. D., 1SJKS. 11. 13 14. Terry. XIalile C. 'rawfunl. 0ear Hoover, ll.irrv et al WehrIi.Fre.leta! William. Oilier William II. Terry "A iii. C Amies Win. C. Amies IMnar.l WVIirii I hailes A. WUILiiiis Ciurill.iu ur.itor Curator i :narl::iFi Cuanlian liu.i" Mli annual till annual Mil annual aril annual Third Day, Monday, February 3!sl, A. D., 1SJKS. It.mlrl . leliman Curator 4th annual Win. I,, i'.earwal: Cu.inllan .inl aniiu tl I.auia.l. I: oliill Cuanli.iu it -iniiual Ceoree Keiller Ailuiiiii-trjtor 3rJ & tinal ) It .M. Cuilliam ami D.ini-l W. (liiiHiums Tochlerinan. William I'earwait.l aniline lla.vliill.Cora Al. Ileeklier. ( hailes luiiiani'.iamii H iau' niiii. it. tr Fourth Dsiy, Tuesday, February 2'ml, A. D., Irt. Il'irc'-s. Kiiinia et al IT. .Mi-el. Clara et at IX. Meei. W alttr I:'. I.ivlor. D.-ntiNet al .ti. Murrav. Il.itunl et al .leliu li. I.auili Itilei A. Ijiouliliu Jame I!. Jleer .loliu I:. T.llet lolei I'.. Talor Curator l'iil!ie Ituanll m Curator 'ur.itor Curaior 1- tl & ilual 1 SOS. 1'ml aunii.il 1st annual I.'.tli :innn:i 'jlli ana;: H !:h annual Filth Day, Wednesday, February 3Krd, A. D.. IS righteousness. I This results from a simple, positive! . taith in God. This alone leads to right ' living and, after all, the most inipera- J . tie, olilltrfi t inn rtn tn n la in livt rlcT-t ! i If all men were thus living the far off ! time as seen by David would be at our j very doors -- would be present to us. This living for God is living for our own best interests, and for the best interests of humanity. It surely is most ungrateful to pass a life in the service of self and sin, with the idea of laying uxm the al tar, at the very close of life, a shattered and comparatively worthless sacrifice. This positive faith will lead one not to bis unduly cumbered about much I serving, borne persons are continually fretting about not being able to do more. It is do what you can and you have con tributed your share. The trouble is, most iersons are not willing to do what they can. If each one were doing all in his pow K.-ees. S. i lev Clle A. I. llljihlio TuItle..S.iUeer Win. II. Kielianl- HiiiiUiii. .lame li. Win. II. Kieliani liolili. I'eler Win. II. I.VIl IP'S HaiMlIey, ilarv'- Win. II. Kic!i.tnl Sixth Day, Thursday, February 31 lb, A i:aiii..luli,t et ,il .lames V. li.iiu Cuanlian 1'uMie AilmiuMiutor curator Curator (inanlMii liuartli in Viol & lln.il 4th annual '.III annual ITI I. annual lu:li annual D.t 1S)S. Kveih irt. I'.va HarriNou. IU.nr II. lleliot..l.'liii'-s II. Ilimhe. Willl.ua r. Mary Kw ihar: liile A. I.Miull 111 .1 -lin lloli;iii Daniel li. 1-aie.her 'iiiaoliau l'ulilie Ailmiuctrutor Curaior Administrator '.'nil i-.iiuii'i! I'ml annual i"l aui'ii-il l-t annual l-t annual Seventh Day, Friday, February 25th, A. D., ISDS. liull. W.ixiif I. lironu. Wanler. el al WoikIs. Mar Jane lloll.Me,i!i.-iistai VMImiii. Win. II. i tat Win. W. Ilutt .1 .tl 11 C. HlliKle Wihiani A. V.-iI ll. iir .Smith Tobias T. WiS.ui lAee'lior Curator A.luiiui.tr.ite Cu.n.li.tli urator 11 aiinxat -i I & liual linal liual Mli annual Some Plain Facts. Grave errors, injustice, vrongs of greater or less degree, arise from lack of knowledge of the truth, and more frequently from deception 'Hie most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United States There is no learned judge, skilled lawyer, or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived, officials in power, chosen to admini; or for the growing of GikIs kingdom it ; ter justice under the laws, have certainly woul.t become clearly apparent : ,anored their sworn dutv. and oiven to every creature that "The one who ' "-i . , .... ... , hears prayer" was having all flesh come to Iiim.oStill one has trulv said: Christ never asks of us such busy labor As leaves no time for resting at his feet: The waiting attitude of expectation Heofttimeseountsaservice most complete. our ear - our rapt STATU OK MlSsOClU.t . . orsrv ok lnu.T I ' I. Henry r. Aisiri..Iuilif ,.t the I'ro!.a:e Court Mtliin niiil tor Moll County. .li".'Ul !.... here .. eeititx lliat tin- :o ore ami foit -..uil' 1 a lull. tl lie an. I eompletr iiy tit the l'roli.ile .s.-tlle me ut iMeket tor Ke -til ir term. A. I.. lH. of ai( i-ouit.a tlie s.un; tIjearof i.e.. lit o m :iie- . Wunes iiiv haml iK.lmle. ami lhe .! ! ai.i eoait. Hone at olliee In Oregon this sKAL. Mli ilay of Jauuaty. !:. lilJXItY T .IndK . A LK I IS IS, v. ofS'robale Court. Ail!i'imtr.'ior. I'teent'i nil. 1 Co.ioii '.!::'' i i, int.. r-ar-uvil to I"" oromet in luaKiu their ''II!eiueiil. ami are ie'-e:iull ii'ler-oil I U' lotlonm f-elloi. ot lav. : M-etioii !. oi Volume 1. 1.1 Hit- Kwoe.l Mali :- 01 !:. re.-nl a lolluw. : "llio eourt liall all the name of Kveuior AiI'i.i - i-tral- t- : i'i- il.ii f ji- ul.u-ii liieir" rttlement art- ock le.l. ami it an) Exi-ruMr or A liiiiin.rn'l 'r f nl ; mii-'ar a i.l ei i!,e "llt iiienl, the eourt -hall continue Mii-h etIIt'iio-nl lo the uli. i.'ii i.i . on. ai.ii lie- eo ik -I all lo.iuei!i.iteI im- a eilallou to ueh Kxvei.tor or Ailiu'uiIrilor. o .pltue.; I'.i t make i li.-inr!.t at tin- iievl term of eourt. iii.l hou e.c.i. . if anv In1 li . win . i:.i.-:i:.n" : .! on; I not :-!: :i:mi-i-I l.iei tor f.iilii't: lo make ettlemellt are r-lllu: tol iw." An.' Seetioii Vl.'l. of utii.ii- 1 1, ot to.- K.- -.t i.iJ.o- !..!. r. a.l i f.illoy.: Tin- eouit hall i'.iII tl1" nam o Cu .r.o.itK ai tC-iat'.-.: C J it lot y. ! lh. ir eIllfiio'iitare iloeU- I. :i!i. tl au liu inlian or I urator fail to aoM ... .oi.l ih.ko eiilemne. 11 1 rk shall iui- lil'-'li.i tt-t v iii a rii itioii to Mi"!i lia ir.li.ei n Curilor. ri i'i.i.iu h.iii hiIIiiii lhut itajs to ina!;e vitlenifiit. ami imv eau.', II a'i l. U i-. .!i; a:: . -!i"n .1 i in. I iu :.uaiit I11111 for falliH): to make . ttl rin-nt aeeonlinu to l i'.." f A r 1 wmfmmm IT 'sr t .' train IS HIS Mvvin R. Tripp, of fflldciinfisld Center, fiieels with a Hazardous EncQinter Which Renders 1 .v. r. Vr. Frem (!rya I!rp-:Uic in, Coojwrstn'rn, Tripp, ih pn-tinavtcr at or r:x Imix. for ?-.. nt any ilrajrcist's, and . Y.. nwiitlv liE'l a 1 lor two In. vs. I ueil tl:e pills failli- wliieli left liiui in 11 iul'y nml tnev -sye me an npetile. I then III Mtem was so much r.!:n r. . 1.! Cell.' . experience ' taie .1 that it wa.s framl lie tuiplit neier ree.iwr. in interview wit 1 n refirtrr of the '. .-.. re ' inline this ei riiiee hicli liaJ a ir:.-irl coaiiilerable aitcatioii, i'.r. i s:atis ; In Mireii. 1"2, I was t'lken with what I afler.iau leartie.I vsa loeom-.tor ataxia, o l.l was uniii!.- t.t w !k, ami I kent citing tror-e 1:1ml I hxt Use i:e of mv arms. I uiT'r-. with t 10 .ssiliful ilo.-i.tr hut rt'- ceiveil ie h.'.ieli!, iiinl ulsu lisl a eahnuie ha r' ry h it !. -pt eiiim; w.r n;nl the iI m'- tol I i!e y roulii 1' tin more, lii.s ira m iv U't'l June. IsJ.'. I cave 11 nil of ever haying the 11- ot my lim!i .-.11, ;:-el li I not extvet m me very Ion..'. it for four 100-e ln.xi.t ami lfore I hail ::i.;e'i nil of r- 1 my leel ca.l 1-ps which !i:.-l '"-en eoM I . ! cer warm. "I was ft i'.. .; of the Town I'oanl llint s'liumer iiml ii:. ! iie earrici ami put into n . inti to u'o t' C: neetir.ir. nnd ia fjet wa liolpl.-, u.s my 1 1 joImi-h krimy. In Aiig:ijt i eoul.l walk's- eoi-I lhe Iioii.sj hypujliiua eliair. I kept .:ni holler mill niatin'.-nt to move arour I ee.ie. until at election time that year, I w..i ! w itli a cane to the jmiIIf. a short ili-lanee i oiu my hnnie. I eontiumil take Ur. V. i gains' "I'ink I'ilU lor 1'aln JVoj.le uiuil 1 i :el taken eiuht'-t-n liox. I tii.l iheri . t r'o'iii'l, anil to-day walk to the po-I :!ire .i I.:fk, a ilist.mee of one piarier of a mile, three tino-s a day, ami attend to my e .1, P ist m:itrr. to dress or 111 ir-ss iiivs.'ir, r.n l ; In tl' : ol I''. 1 was eli cteil town cnul l i. 'l :.et around the house unlesK 1 was. , cWl:. whi'-h .l:'.ee I held tor three yelr. I :e 1 11 huir. I had previously rn a justiyo ot the j.eace I tliink it was in .f nne that I read of the for thirty-two yars-. I am now 70 years of ca- ot h iii-iii 111 baratoa ., who ar', aii'l have nveii 111 tins town ior hikiiii w.i taken yry nnieli as myself. He h id . furty-i year. For nearly fifty year I t.il-en IT. Wiilinm' Tinlc "fills for I'.ile w.rk-l a't the lda-kitiiih's trade. I am Voi le wliieli eont-iiml. in a eoiitleiiseil forni, nlde to do work m mv ipirden now, nnd f.hv i! tin- elein -nt neeesirv to K've new ill. and ri'-hriess to the IiIkkI and restore shni- red uerve.-i, nnd ha-i l.-ccn cured hy their 1 1 lo.irned Hint the pills were prepared hy r. Willi mis' .Meilieine Company, Selie vly, X. V., ami only cost CO cents a lux seme of 111 v wi I. I consider that my res- loraiion to lit ..It is due to the use of Dr. Williams Pink l'illn for i'.de I'eople. Kuwis It. Tmrr." istile-erihod and phohi to hefore me tliis 23d day of.lene. IK7. liuMti: liANXAlt, .Votory I'ullic fP.V;,"'' ''f 1 ? - .ViyfK-Vi i he rid Loves a Winner " He sometimes want attention. That he some sweetest secret may im part: Tis always in the time of deepest silence mat nearl Unas ilrepest tellowslii( witn Heart. We sometimes wonder why our Lord doth place us Within a sphere o narrow, soobscure That nothing we call work can tind an entrance; There's only room to suffer - to endure Well. God loves p.iticnee! Souls that dwell in stillness. Doincr thelittle tilings or restimjquite, IT.... :.. .. e .1.. 1..11M1.1. - . . . .u.-.j jiim icrieciiy 11111111 ineir mission lie just us useful in the Father's sight As they who grapple with some giant evil. l ieanng a pant tnat everv ee mav see" Our Savior cares for chcrful aciiies cence. Rather than for a busy ministry. And yet he does love service, where 'tis given Hy grateful love that clothes itself in deed: Hut work thafsdone beneath thesconrge of dutv. He sure to Mich he gives but little hen I Then seek to please him. whatso'er he bids thee! hether to do- to sutler to lie stiil Twill matter little bv what path he leads us. If in it all we seek to do his will." Hefore closing we may also say that right faith in God causesone not to care for what the world s:ns. The remarks made by worldly persons often cause individuals not to do what thev other wise would do. Here the words of Gor don again come in well: "Why isays hei will you keep caring for what the world says? Try. oh, try to be 110 longer a slave to it. Vou can have little idea of the comfort of free doom from it it is lIis. All this car ing for what people will sav is from pride. Hoist your Hag and abide by it In an intinitely short space of time all secret tilings will be divulged. There fore if you are misjudged, why troubli yourself to put vourself right? Roll your burden on Him (Godi and Hi will make straight your mistakes. Hi will set you right with those with whom you have set yourself wiong. Now. if this bright future indicated by the text is to dawn, all these things on the part of man is to come to pass. The Miwers or darkness must be overcome. With a poitive faith in the God who hears prayer we can say. "The world swings out toward the light And skies are growing clearer: The gray (lawn is on the hills, The golden glow draws nearer." Hut it must be remembered that while the world like a icndulum swings out toward the light, that it may also some times swing back where the night grows long and human moan ascendeth Our hope of the gray-dawn on tlie hills can onlv rest in the fact that the God of prayer will pull down the wrong and raise up the right and in this way bring all llesh to himself. Oar 'Ninety Seven Complete Line of Bicycles ity, accompanied with fervent prayer that God may open the hearts of men to receive the Savior. It is a time for union of hearts and hands in aggressive work, that the king dom or Christ may be speedily establish ed. The blessing or God, and the pres are doing this deliberately. David's r.iith is not to be round in the life of one who pursues such a course. Such a course ; is irrational and exceedingly perilous to ; the interests ot the soul. The faintest ' sense oT gratitude to God it would seem ; should suggest an immediate recogn tion ! 1 i lOHdrcn r.re the 1 tm- Supreme JL Result Beauty, Utility and Value. Are happily combined in Hood's Sar- saparilla Coupon Calendar for 1S03. The I'jvcly child's head in an embossed gold "raiue, surrounded by sprays of llowers i... 1,.,,...,...,.,.... n...i ... i.i.. ty) 1 with clear ligure?, and the Coupons by 3 1 meana of which many valuable books , and other art cles may be obtained, I make up the most desirable Calendar 1 we nave sever Been, ltie nrst coupon , article is Hood's Practical Cook's Hook, ; u hand.mnp, useful) volume of 350 pages. I Ask your druggist I for Hood's Coupon I Calender, or send til cents irj stamps for i one to C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. of our Years of Experience ence of the Holy Spirit are absolutely 1 or hisclaims uiHmhisimmortalercaturcs. , essential to such a result. "Unto God ! Then the uncertainty ol human life ; shall all ilesh come but the Spirit or ! emphasizes the wisdom or an ever prcs-! true devotion must first come down up- ''"t prejiaration. "Heboid uow is theae.- j on the people." J ccpted time: behold now, is the-day of j All iiersons could if they would cam-1 salvation." The divine appeal is seek . estly unite in a petition for the general ; - ot all me Kingdom 01 uou ana in outi-ouring of divine grace upon the j Maliy j.,.,,,,,,. C:ulot Drink world. Hut some iiersons mav feel that 1 ., . , , ..... 1 i j coffee Ht night. It epulis their sleep. Ilitcklcn's Arnica Salve. Vou can drink Grain-O when you pleiue The Hest Salve in the world for cuts ' nnd sleep like a top. For Grain O does POPULAR "COW-PRICE CAXI- j Hruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum-1 not stimulate; it nourishes, cheers und FORSTA EXCURSIONS. Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands j feeds. Vet it looks and tastes like the The Santa Fe Koute daily excursions chilblains, Corns, aud all Skin Erup. i bet coHee. For nervous persons, voung to California in tourist sleeping cars ':' tions, and positively cures 1'iles, or no ' people and children Gr-nti O m the per aeservcuiy iiopiuar. L.irsaa-ui ueuesi,, it. . r 1 1. m 1 nattern and verv comfortable, having I re'lu,ru"' 1 L ' Kuaranieeu 10 every necessary convenience. perfect satisfaction or money refunded These excursions are accompanert hy Price i") cents per. box. For sale by Clark O. Proud. MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO HEW TORE Sen! nine two-cent stamps for a iectt of .Monarch Playing Cards, ii'usiratins Lillian Rus.c!i Tom .Monarch Cooper, Lte Richardson anJ Walter Jonej. Hea'-ar 5Jc carls. Pullman conductors and porters, and are patronized by many or the best jieople. Low ticket rat'-s. The Santa Fe's California line is re markably picturesque. Its middlecourse across the continent avoids extremes of heat or cold. For descriptive literature, address Geo. W. Hagenbuch, P. and T. A. A. T. S. F. Hy., Kansas City, Mo. give 'eel uruiK. .u.iue inmi pure. Kr.ous. viei. .1 pacKfige iroui your grocer unit.. Try it in place of c-iffee. lo at:d 25l'. What pleasure is therb in life with 11 headache, constipation and biliousness? Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Sold by all diugtfiet. Whooping cough is the most distress, ing malady; but its duration can tie cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Cure, which is also the best known remedy for croup ami all lung and Orouchml trocbles. Sold by all druggists. C. CHIVERS, Archiiect. LOIiDOH I ..T-t'M for tOc. r--JG- is rl 1 icirjafiT 1 J . T!.e !r-rt , ? . ef un.to'ate do'irnt .-vir ' . :!sar . Ia rliilwtnral book la Iho wi.rid. 3-j cle t 11 delcn ta laterlari :iittifav CCL0IAL HOMES . . U dattgsa locu., or both boolu for Uetf. Any on olcr to bnlld, or erer Intendlar to bnlld, (hoUdteS't rr thee (1556 limited edtUoni) of "ArUiUcand Colonial llomea." Every day a statement is made of the .nnrlttiiin nf I tin tpunun.u rtf ttic fTn.ti.rl vin I States and is published in all the daily f5 pipers 01 me larger cities in me coun try. The statement for January 21, as J published in the St. Louis papers show '"cash balance f2-10,TO.'l.l78; gold reBerTe 5 103, 12.1,770.' This gold reserve has been climbing up ever pince President McKinley came into ollice and we hear cothing nli'iut thu eudleis chain of lrreenbacks beinir nresented to drain the -,-"--- . - .y treasury of gold, as we did under the "ju. Iast Democratic administration, when (i'S the gold reserve was run down below fiO j millions of dollars and bonds bearicg 5 )i I tier Cent interest were coiu 10 replace j the cold thus drawn out. One hundred j millions of such bunds were Bold and tiie people are now paying live million . p-r tin nil in interest for the folly ttey ' oiuiiiiiittfd in putting a Democratic ad ministration into power. But this n not j all. for the bond sale went oa until 51C2JII;.n"j,100 of 4 per cent bonds were sold to run 30 years, thus adding 86,432. 010 interest per iihrmm to the other live Million uiaKir.g tearly 112 millions ex tra lute! est to pay eyery year and then ! p.iy tliH bstinis us thev become redeem able. aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry, reduced property values one-half, and beggared millions There is no authority of law, either specific or by inference, by which gold alone is made the only money with which to discharge debts, either public or private. The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity. Plain and ample information, facts, and truth, concerning this almost suc cessful scheme to corner the wealth of the people, is now being printed in the Cincinnati Knquircr, a news paper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy. The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c. a year. The address is Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O. Time Table. Helow will be found the time of de partureof the passenger trains over the K. u. road and also the dav freight trains. It will be seen that by this time card, the 15. t M. trains stop at Forest City: tiOINC nop.th: No.21. -Leaves Forest City at 1:59 p.m No. 2"1 Leaves at 1:10 n. m. Xo.4:t Villisca passenger, leaves at i:3 p. m. No. 15. H &. M Leaves Forest City nt ISK' p. m. No. 01 Freight Leaves at S:l"; a. m UOINO SOUTH. No. 20 ueiives Forest City at 12:31 p, rn. No. 22 Leaves at 2:4'! a. in No. 42 -St. Joeph passengerjeaves at s:.- a. m. No. 10. H M Leave Forest City nt l:..0 p. tn No. t2 -Freight - Leaves nt 2:3ft p. m Ori'ginii Protect i vi Association. Meets the lirst, Saturday afternoon in eiieli month al 2:.'!0 o'clock, at the ollice of R. C. Renton. S. M. Stout, Secretary. Christian Church Directory of Forest City. V: II. JOHNSON, IMSTOK. Sunday school every Sunday, at 0:30 a. in. Preaching on the first nnd third Sun days in each month, II a. in., and even ing. Y. P. S. C. E. everv Sunday evening it 0:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting everv Friday cveninc at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend. of Christian Clmrcli Directory Xew Point. II. P. TANDY, I'ASTOK. Sunday school every Sunday, at 9-T a. m. Preaching on the first Sunday in eacl month, U a. m., nnd evenir.g. l . P. S. C. E. every Sunday evemnf it 0:30 o'clock. AH are cordially invited to i.tteinl. German 31. E. Church Directory KEV. JOHN I-UKIt, PASTOR. Sunday School, 10 a. .m. Preaching every Sunday from 10:4.r M. Preaching every Sunday at the Noda way church at 2:30 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to attend ibove t-ervices. 31. E. Church Dircetory. IIF.NRY CKAMPTON, PASTOK. Sunday school every Sabbath, at 9:30 PRACTICAL AND ORIGINAL. Tlie Sentinal and the Practical Parmer Together for $1.75. The Practical F.irmer,of Philadelphia Is one of lhe most practical sod original rfgrtciiltunil papers published in America. It iii&tour oepartments, "Our Experiencn'P,,!," "bhurt Cuts bv P. F. Subs," ".Mistake. Failures una Successes" i.ud "Poetrtl C.ir.i C&rre.sr,ou dttt.ee," uiaiuluined entirely bv contri butions from its subscribers. Tliee four departments contain aur.uilly lhu sands of communications from its sub ccr:bers ti'lhng of farm meitiod. si.oi. cuts in farm practice ami ultier mm., r. fresh from daily farm expeuence. In addition to ihrsu special features, li. ounterpart of winch canri.it be toun.: in any other agricultural pup.ir, tn-i- tre regular ilepiirtiueiile Uevoleo tool' :he ditTerenl p.iass of farm work, -d.tr. and contributeil to by the best au.i m s practical agricultural riter. knoixi.. Vou cm obtiun tins pater one vni:. ether Witt, a year's eetj-cript-. i: I Hi 3k..ti.nf.i, f..r only SI. 75 by semi ng In. raouey to us fo. tn.tli ar. the su.. -, im. . n. Inarecviit letter from Wnsl n D. C., to an old friemi, M;:j,.r I StuiUr, for twenty js--1 LTuiteo fct Coiisiilut Sii .ai.i re. s3xh: -Win,, ,.j I)t a Moines i became Hi-qi.a tit. c v.ua i. lament kroun us Cliaml stiau Pan Halm, which J found against rheumatism no well is . . - -oreness of the th'uiit hhu i-I.e ; (gi. me much easit r ln e.tbn .). I i i.. . touch o pneumonia tailv ii.it mi tv.o appiicnti.'Ls fteeiy :.n the threat and chest reli.-v.o r rtt 'Mite. I Wt.llld lilt be l anything." For shie ( kI r 1. 3 RamWer Roses. White. Yellotr. Crlmwnn. Will malsC a iaajnlficent )r V beautiful iliade fonhc piaza. Inn inr bed. Constant Moonivr;. -pn fectly hardy. One plant wi.i pi' thousands of flowers. t Only 40 Ccntw neUvcr- YICK'S orai GDIDE THE ItUSY WAX'S CATAI.OC: -and tZte La dies' Gardener anil A d i.rr TUeonlj-one contalnlne full Dewrii'ttons ar.-t Dic tions for planting and culture ; so cuujprrheiisi.-r, in- - ilenM, clftineu and Indeied that lie Who Itnns -liar Itrnd. Many l!lrctin:e.-.j from nature. Colonst pUlts of Swt r.-1. -r .:- Ilumt. Tnbtrons Brgonla-V Golden Day Lily, t" t . Dahlias. Daybreak Aster. BeautirailTtraiKfs: . .. . lIamia(SscomrletlyrlllsIwlihhrn!ti:!uti.-..- JAMES VICKS SONS. Rochester, N. ' FREE tlflV'c ItiusTRATro (forthepostaze) aim Monthly.... The Famoiu (krteiiiiiir Authority. Is a reritaMe mine of Information about tl.ir-r. -o etables and Fruits, and hov to crow and care f r . successfully. The price of Vlcfc's Illu?trnt.-d i.'- Marulne is Flny Cents per year, but ir jmi vl i turn thi eonpon wilh ix two-rent t:--r the magazine will I inaile.1 to you n-vuur.w ' lunnths for trial. Write at once to VICK PUB. CO.. ROCHESTER, I TruMee's Sale. Wliercti. Danisl Kleranil Aiuu-t:i VAr-i. ,vife. I tUeirileeil et trust. itat-.i l!-t ln.i .1 ; it Felirii:irv.I;ikatiit reenrrte.! in Hie i.eni. - iltleeef lloltei.iinty. Missoiin.lli Im.hI. Ts. kj Is. cinveeil to llimli .Moiile.-ni'TV - ir"-:-- 11 srenre tlie :i iiir-nt oi e-itain p'-'i'O - lite In s nd ilee.1 i.f tri'l ilrs.-ill-i. ett.-t... real vt:ite 111 H..t County. Missi.uri. t ,i l.illns.ti-it: All el Kit nnniuer live Iftiatel si outliwe.st quartHr .( srell"ii feiir .1 01 'iil!lr lenr ill n the n:rllivi"et m...i;- r. lie niifl'i..st ipi.tt lr ef si ct.tu 1 eiui . 1 lit. ali in tomislui. iinml-r s-., 1. it aiiKe niiiul-er thirty-nine .tj e. iit; .i.j : ,-.:s. acre., innre or 1. ss. And ulirrea .lefanlt lias l.. n 111:1111:. it t:i meiit Liiil .It I'i ;i. ri.r..l:.f; ! :.- til ener. il.ile rfinl rtTn t ei ..lil 11. It-. i:..- ere. I. the tiniiersicnm trustee. i- ::.,. it tin-j.risi.ii id Sam (ir, (i :n 1 " . as :: lie rennest et the leca huMtr ol l.ie ie:' foresanl. uiil on WEI'XKSDAV, FEHi:t'AI:V tB. J. letween the !iei:r of ten ..'clerk 11. t.- 1.1 in 11 ami live 'rl..rk 111 the :.fti riieeii ol s;t . at the nurlli ilei.r ot t!eemirt -.i.sf. 1 II II J ef tlrrcnii. li. !!u!t riviitv. .Ml-sni ri. e 1 to sell all. tirso mi -i. oi s:!i.t r.-.e .-s? t mav he siilrieit'iit to p.iv sanl 111 ! in; .1 en rr.sts ef thi tTi'i-ert'ini: :ii.l sal. :., iH. .f t.sililie aiiellim to lh" Mi liest In.'.ler I. r e-.-h -. hand. HUltll J:tXTi;o.MHItY.Tri;s:,..- Preaching every Sabbath, at 10:15. a. m., and at 1 :.i0 p. .11. Class meeting nt 11:45. Prayer meeting every Thursday, nt 00, p. M. Business nut ting of the official board the third Moncay of each month, at 70. ji. Epworth Leiue Sunday nt 7:00 p. I'reshyteriaii Church Dircetory II. A. SAVVY RKS, l'ASTOK. Sabbath school at 90 every Sabbath. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sabbath evening one hour before preaching. I'raver meeting every lhursday eyen ing at 7:'?0 p. tn. Preaching every babbath morning and evening by the pastor. Sheriff's Sale. Itv lttiireand antli..rlt of a return! fieri; mil. i.siied from Ilieotllct ef the rlrk ..I II.' ircint Court of Kneliaiian t oin tv. Missouri, re- tnrr.xMe at tlie Slav teim, lss,.if .i(,t cuait. net t me ilirpet.M in favor of Keiij Fntker..:. mil HKie Fulkerson aM aL-ainsi ll.nr.ie . UiNlKesnnd Helle llo;iIes. I lair levied nw. ml seized all the nelit. title, interest anil r!.oii rthesalil II"rr.ife('.llo"i!rsaiikl lll I!. t if. in and to the folIuVTliiK lecritiri5 real rstaf. to-nil: Nirlliw.nstqin.rlerl'ilof snaihwefi q..r. . srlli.n twenlj-niiie pja and e. s mo-Ii df ', of northnest iii.irter llilnr"' iiortl:-:-r i:;irter el ii..rtli.al iiiaii r l;l anil -st ll.V.t I'il "1 northeast qii.utn t'ilof s. ctiel. II r-tv-nne JI and alt t'elni: In t..M.hi slxtv-one till of ranue thirty-eight ss.l All Dine an.l 1 mcln the said county at. H Male. ! Missouri, and I Hill. on FKIDAY. FEIlItl'ARY IS. IfM. iietvveen the hour of 9 o'clock in the frei'imii. ml S o'clock in the all-moon of that I'ax.nnil hll the t'irrnit Court of Holt ro-nits stn-s-sion at the court liine-eilnor. In t!i rlly ot (re snu, County ol llolt.atoresanl.srll the ,unr, or niiieli thereof as mav Iv leqtilrei'. at puhlic vendue. ti the hlitlirst Li.lfier l.-n-n-li In liand. .sKl.Jrct to all prior Hens anil JiWtnii Ids.) to satisfy said exeeutinn and costs. C.K KIVAi:i)S. Sheriff of Holt Count). Administrators Notice. Notic is lierehy niven that tetters of a.lniln islratlim mi the estate of II. it Prior, ile easeit. were granted to the tiuilrsif;ii'it on the .VI ila, of January. 1K2". 1V the I'roliate Court of Holt Co'.mtv. Missouri. All iiersons having; claims ncainst said estate are reiimsted to e Inhlt th.'lii for allowance to the Administrator within one trar after the ilatcof said I. Iter-. or r. ... , i.ii. - .... i. ,v tliev mav he iirecludeit tromany M-ieflti.fsiirli Everybody cordially invited to attend4, Mate- .m.i u sueh ri-.ii,. t,J i...t ..i,i;.ii.h tbove services. Christian Church Dircetory. CI.VDK DAUSIE, PASTOK. Sunday school every Sunday, ntl:lf. , M. Preaching on the second and fourth Sunday-Bin each month, 11 a. m., nnd evening. Preaching on the hrst und bird biin-Jnvs in each montn. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sunday oveniiu tt 7 o'clock. Prayor meeting every Thursdayeven ng at 8 o'clock. Meeting of the official board every fourth Sunday at 3 p. in. AH nre cordially invited toattend. Evangelical Church Directory. nr.r. a. solt. Sunday School at 10 a. rn. Preaching every Sundny nt 8 p. m. Prayer meeting "Wednesday 8 p. m. HOLD-FAST CLOTHES LINE HANGER. ST. LOUIS, m SPRING VEHICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Don't write for Catalogue. We don't sell that way. Corao and seo tho Win . Xo guarantee to savo you money, as, woll as Hail Uoad Pare. We c.irry in Stock a full line of Buggies, Surrios, Traps and Sprinsr Wajroas of . trscrio' ions. Gt'i. I? -.TAIL PRICE IS OT1TSR PEOPLES WHOLESALE. "'? o-'ir.ls- 'l of oar Cutsmers a run for l-i ti.o--.py HACWTSCS Of "s-L CAtlK, .C Jii VVACO.'I & CASr.iAC CC'.. I 400 W. Broadwey, C7. tfl-ri. Dreatlliiily Nervous. Cests.: I whs dreadfully nervouw. nn I !or relief '"ok your Karl'rf Clover It .ot i'ea. It quietec my nerve-? and strengthened my whole Nervous system. ' I rt-n troubled with Constipation. Kid j ney and Uoivel trouble. Your Tea soon ' cle'anse.i my system so thoroughly that ! I rapidlv reirair.ed health and strength. ! Mrs-. S. A. Svv.-et. Hartford. Conn. Sold I bv T. S. Hinilo. to ct'KE a coi.n ix om: iav t.ike li:itiv- Itronio-Ouliiine TatdPt. AH . dra,'i5ls relund the moi.ey If it fall to cure. A new and useful device which every family will lni). Is sin. I only thronti local agents simple anil sttonir : ran lie put up biitniirrc. ser-irely hotds rope or wire ; Instant adjustment ami removal of line . no props needed. SI!sni. sight. Popular price. Aceuts wanted every where. Ilxel isive territory. Attraettre terms Premium and profit-sharinc. Anyone ma le-r-uie scent, saiuiile pair. IV liiail.'J.. KELS0N07ELTT CO., 523 lOCHSl St.. rillaJSlJlia. Final Settlement. Notice ! herehy given to all creditors anil others interested In theestatenl Seeley Heeves. deceased, that the undersigned adminis truer in rharge of said estate. Intends to make a fio.il srttleinei.t thereof at the next term or lh" 1'iolM'e Court of Holt County, state of Mis ni,ri. to Im- l.e-iiui and holdeii at'Urecoii oil thi lltli day of February. IJII.ES A. LAUCIIUN. l'ut'lie Administrator. within two venrs from li. .I.i'e of this j.nlitlm ilon. thev shall lie foreter I)..ri il. HANIEI. ZACIIMAX, Adn.lnistnitor. There nre three little tlnrgH whii-h do mere work than any other three little things created they are the ant, the bee and DeWitt'n Little Early KU-'tt. the last being the fniiioiin !itl! pills fo. 9tcmach and liver trotib'ti.. :'.!.l ty all druggists. For Sale at a Bargain. 7( Oo-HO acres of lund in iliekor. township, -$ nulen nnrth of X.- P...M, in Holt county, Mh. All in tier under cultiviilion; 40 nciea in bnlioiu: -ro- furrowed in three field.; 1(1 nc-e. i;i wheat; lots of emnll fruit, penehef. plums, prnpes rnsf berries, b'iiriberrie ,ind strabernea. Pieniy of go .' I ; 4 room rrm- lo ue ai.il . tl.e- n I. nigs Will give p(:S-e-Mi i. I.. In-- Mi.rch if f-"ld mor'. Price (545) tU :l -r ir acre. Call on r iiildiess the usilei igned. C. A. Williams. New Point. Mie -ouri. Final Scttleiiient. Notice Is hereby given to ait creditors and other interested In XUu estate of Mary Jam Wo ds. deceased, that the undersigned ailmln itratertn charge of saidetate.intends to make a llr.al settl-ment thereof at the next term ef the Probate Court of Holt Coimtv.Matenf Ml "iirl. to lie he-mi and l"diirii at Oregon on the lith dav of Fel.ru.irv. IsiVi. VM. A. OOOa. AdminlstraK r. A thrill of terror w experienced wh- n a brpssy cough of croup s ui.o'j ;hr. ugh the house at night. Hut the terror soon changes to relief tifter One Mlnuto Cough Cure hu Ut-n admiiiintered. .siifo and hiirmle?; kt chdtlreii. So' by all druggists. Don't nnnr.y others by your coughing, and risk vour Iif by mJei:ting n cold. Ore Minute C'lM cureit coughs, coIdi. croup, grippe and all throat nnd lung troubles. Sold by all druggists. Catarrh, like scrofula, is a diserue of the blond and way be cured by purify ing the bio ! witti II io-1't SarsparilU.