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TO most Americans Abraham Lincoln personifies real
patriotism; ho served his country in a way that soomed to him best; and ho gave his best service in the fullost measure. Thero is no cno of us who cannot learn something by considering this heroic man; there is no work of ours, no business of ours, which will not bo better done if we do it with his spirit. It i pOSftlllll! ill Olll' iMIHilll'SS 118 it is ill every business; to render a real Hervlee; and wo'ro trying to tio it. Dawson-Campbell Clothing Company 'I'll ir ftori! in tilt; home of Hurt JviiiilVuer As Marx :l1 fiH. GROCERY BARGAINS WITH 1118 SICKLK KEEN. The Silent Retper Brlnf s Keen Sor row to Ntny Holt County Homes. In tlic death of Joseph Ilodgln, which occurred at tils home In the Falrvlevv district, on Thursday night of last week, January 2U, 11)14, Holt county loses one of Its sterling cltl ens anil Christian gentlemen. Mr. Ilodglu was born nearSaletn, In Washington county, Indiana, on Oc tober"), ls.. It was there that lie lived until HI I when, at the age of In he, with three companions, his brother, J. N. (Nobe) and John W. and Kvra Davis, came to Holt county. The follow Ing year he returned to his native state and remained there until thu spring of l.7, when he aaln came West and pre-empted a claim :n miles north of where Omaha, Neb., now Is situated, That fall he a,alii camu to Holt county ami was employed by thu Ish's, near what Is now New Point. His work consisted In breaking out the prairie with live yoke of oxen. He broke hemp ten days for Mr. Isli for a little cabin which hu moved onto what has since been his home. Ily his Industry anil honorable deal ings Mr. Ilodglu built up a comforta ble homo and made for himself a namu worthy of a noblo and upright cltlcn. His long residence gave hlin an acquaintance and Inlluence not limited by his Immi-dlatecommunlty, He was a man whom when one made his acquaintance, wished that hu had known him longer and more Inti mately. Ilelug of the (Quaker persua sion every onu was "Friend" with him and one felt that hu meant It, too. Ills original home building be gan by thu purchasuof ll'u acres In thu Falrvluw district, for which he paid Jesso llollu tl per acre. This he gradually added to until bo became one of thu large land owners of the Falrvluw district, and we doubt If an aero could today hu bought tor less than lino per acre. Hu and wife took an active part In thu 'organization of thu Falrvluw Christian church In isw, under the ellortand work of KIders William Trapp and J, W. Tatu. There were three brothers whocame to thu county, all of whom aru now dead. John, thu eldest, died Sept. 7. J Kill, at thu agu of l years: J N. (Nobe) died Feb. il, 1M.1, age ;: Jo st pi i, Jan. '.It, lldl, agu average age "li years and I months. Onthu'J-Ird of October, 1, be was married to Harriet K. l,.iwrence, To this union eru Itorn three chil dren, Suplironlu, .leunlu and Kit. worth, of whom thu two latter sur vive, Sophroidu having met with u tragic death by being burned, In August, IsT.'l, Mr. Ilodglu was lulled upon to part with his wife hy the cruel messenger of death. In he again married, lids tliuii to Susan li Denny. To this second uiirri.tgi' vveru born four children, two daugh ters nnd two miu: I hir.i , Nellie. Ivn met and Harney. Imm died In In fancy. The d'Ceaed Is survived bj the widow, live cbllilren uud ten grandchildren. Mr. Ilodglu had not been In good health for soinu years: hut II was nut until a complication uf dUeases took hold of his may strong body that thu great enemy seemed losot'iivlronhlui that them was no en'apo from llual surrender to death's demands, This demand hu met with linn faith in thu (iruat Captain of man's salvation, the Lord Jesus Christ; so, long before the end came, hu was ready for thu sum mons that called him hence, having made, as hu expressed It, his puacu with Ills (Jod and sut. ids huii.e in or der by making bis will, He seemed anxious and ready to go to Ills heavenly home. When llrst con lined to Ids bed, on thu night of Jan. 'SI, he said ho would like to be spired till his son, Harney, who was In Tex as, could get home; and when lie did arrive ho said that he was ready, now, to die, as his last, wish had been granted. To Ids friends hu said: "I would not exchange my hope of thu next world for all that Is In tills world." To those who came In to see him he would say: "I am glad to see you; the Lord bless you all. l'ralse Ills name, 1 want you all to meet mu In heaven." The morning of the day on which lio died when asked if he wanted some breakfast lie replied that hu did not want breakfast here, but over yonder, giving a wave of the hand upward. And when onu of thu sons expressed thu wish that hu might yet recover lie demurred and said that ho wanted to go to thu heavenly home. And so on the night of Jan. Jii, It'll, hu was released from thu bodily tcmplu and look his departure to the world beyond, having rounded out "S years, :i months and 'J I days. At II o'clock, Saturday, Jan. :il,a large concour.-u of people gathered at thu Falrvluw church to attend the las) rites for thu dead and pay their tribute of respect to the memory of an old and honored friend, as also to sympathize with the bereaved family. Many beautiful and fragrant flowers were In evidence, bearing their testi mony to the high esteem In which the deceased was held by his numerous friends. The services were in charge of Itev. T. 1). Ilobcrts, of the New Point Presbyterian church, who was greatly assisted In the services by an Impro vised choir. At the conclusion of the exercises In the church the bod), tcnantless, now, was laid to rest in the cemetery In the church yard, In a grave made as cheerful looking as kind hands could make thu last resting place for the tired body, there to await the trumpet call that shall awake the dead at the First ltcsurrectlon. Ills long and useful life will he greatly mined by a large circle of Mends. it. (-AMI OK THANKS, Mrs. Ilodglu and family wish to ex press to their many friends their very hearty thanks for their unremitting attentions and help. They feel as though they could never repay them for the many acts of kin 1ues which did so much to lighten their burdens and sorrow, during thu Illness ami deatli of the kind husband and father. Mllllllls. The relatives and many old time friends uf Mrs, Itoherl Morris will learn with keen sorrow of her death, which occurred at her home In Kan sas City, Mo., on Friday last, Jan. :iu, IUU, In thu 77th year of her ge. Penlna Itamsay was the daughter of Thomas Itamsay, who came to this county from Indiana In ISId. and thu deceased then .1 years old came with her parents. Shu waslwrn November II, IM7, and here she grew to splen did womanhood, and became the wife of Itoherl Morris, In thlscomity.Juuu J, 1'U. Her husband came to this county from New Jersey In Iww. Mr. Morris died many years ago, leaving the widow with live children, three of whom, (touveneiir, who was our circuit clerk, is'.U-V.i, residing near Kansas City: Miss Anna and Oakley, at home, survive. Mr. Morris died In April, Issi, on their home farm In Hickory township. Two children, Mary and William, died while ulte young. John II. died at lloston, Mass., Sept. l.'i, UK)'.'; Itohert died at Kansas City, Feb. :i, IlHH. There Is a large family uf nephews and nieces, on both father and mother's side, who sur vive her residing In Holt county. Shu was one of nine children of the Thomas Itamsay family, live sons uud four daughters-James, Holly, Nliurod, Samuel and Harvey; Mrs, Peter Stephenson, Mrs. Mlku Stephen son, Mrs. James Tucker, and Mrs. Morris, With thu passing of Mrs. Morris, only one of this family now remains, Mrs. Peter Stephen-ton, who now resides In California.; William Morris, Mrs. William Ma hou, Mrs. .las, T. (ielvln, and Mrs. Mulllu Sherman, nephew and nieces, of this locality, attended Hid funeral, which was held from thu family home, on Sumliy last, Feb. I, and was conducted by liuv. J. M. Mctilnley, of the I'fesliUriUn church. lUIIIKIIT. Mrs. Mattlu A. Huberts: was bom at Oregon, M ugusi u, She died at her home in Maltland, Mo January . I'd I, at thu age of .VI years, mniil lis and Is day. Shu Is survived by two full sisters and two half sMers, Mrs. Hen, Morgan, of Oregon, M).; Mrs. It. li. Mrlntjrc, of Parsons, Kits.; Mrs. F. I.. Cramptoti and Mrs. .1. ('. Fltts. both of Kansas City: one brother, Mr. Hubert ltuMil, of Mound City, uud her step-mother, Mrs. Susan Hussel, of Oregon, Mo. Mr. Harry Huberts, of Topuka, Kus,, who has made Ids homo with them; an only daughter, Mrs. Dale, Mueller, uud grandson, Morris Mueller, who to gether with other near relatives and friends, remain to mourn their loss. Shu was married to Newton Holmes Huberts, Feb, IH, I8U. They made their home In Maltland and vicinity during their married life, lie having preceded her In deatli, Juno 1", llil.'l, Shu united with the Methodist F.pls copal church at Oregon, Mo,, at the age of 12 years; to which she lias been a faithful member, a willing disciple, and in thu days of her health a help ful worker. In her passing, the church sustains the loss of a devout servant, the community of a kind neighbor and a true friend, the home and loved ones, of a gentle, loving mother and a beloved relative. To all who sorrow at her departure, we would say, as did she, "Hope thou in God." Earth's way is saddened be cause of thu passing of onu more of (iod's ministering angels, a mother. Heaven's way must surely be bright ened. To the will of God all should how In obedience. Thu funeral servlcu was held at the residence at 'J p. nt. Friday, of last week, Jun, . '10, by her pastor, Huv. AlvaU. llrown, assisted by Itev. K.L. Koblson, pastor of tho M. K. church, of Westboro. Tho sermon dealt with the evidences of Immortality to all who believe in and have accepted God, and consolation for those who are left to mourn, Tiie text used was from John 14: 2, "In my Father's house are many mansions, If it were not so I would have told you; I go to prepare a place for you." The floral offerings were many and beautiful. A double quartet sang, "Rock of Ages," "Come Unto Mu" and "The Homo of the Soul," Shu was laid to rest beside her husband In the K. of P. cemetery. Mrs. Mueller and son have thu sympathy of thu entire com munity In their bereavements so close ly following eacli other. A. ( nitnw.s. iiiiown. Charles llrown, who for nearly tlfty years lias been a resilient of our coun ty, died at his home In Forbes town slilp, Sunday last, February I, lull, ageil hJ years uud 'J mouths. Ilecame to Holt county In Is'iT.anil located In, the Hlchvlllu district. Hu was born ' In Watertown, N. Y May '.. 1MI.' He wus u Baptist preacher for many i years In this section, and was an ear-' nest, worker in ins easier s ine.am. Ily reason of advanced jears, ho re tired from thu ministry, and has lain living a quiet, retired life at his home two miles south of Forbes. On March 17, InV, hu was married to Miss Charily Carter, who survives him. Hy this union Vi children were born, ten of whom survive A. J., of St. Joseph; Marlon, of Hulo, Neb.; C. F., of St. Louis; John, of Hum ham, Mo.; Clark, of Lexington, Ky.; Lora, of Forbes; Nancy Harnett, of Concrete, Wash.; Kllzabeth; Mary Thornbourn, and Kate Pronlt, of Fillmore, Mo. The funeral was held from the home, Wednesday, Feb. 4, Interment being In the Oregon cemetery, the funeral being conducted by F.lder T. J. Puckett, pastor of the Fairfax, Mo., Haptlst church. ritlVKTT. John N. Prlvett was born in Cedar county, Mo., Jan, .'to, 1843, and died at his home In Mound City, Jan. 23, 11)14, aged 70 years, 1 1 months and '.'J days. Mr. Prlvett Is one of thu old citizens of Mound City, having come here In 1S70. In 1S0.I bo enlisted In the Union army, being enrolled as a private In Mattery II, of tho second Missouri Artillery. Hu was honorably dis charged at thu closu of the war, Nov. 'l, 18il5, having served Ids country for nearly two years. Tho funeral was conducted at thu late residence In Mound City by thu Itev. .1. II. Walker, Jan. '.'I. Inter ment was made at the old cemetery. John Prlvett was married to Anna Darby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Darby, of this city. To this union 4 children were born, two of whom are living, Ben and Will Prlv ett, residing In Colorado. 5 lbs. 25c Coffee. $1.00 3 lbs. Anvil 15 ran (I Steel Cut Coffee. 72c 3 lbs. Ilavii-Ctip 06c 2 lbs. Icd Dose whole fjrnlnCoffcc 48c 3 lbs. Anvil 15 rand wliolcfjr.iin Coffee 00c I lb. Good Coffee. . . 18c 12 cans Corn 00c 2 cans Layton llaklnn Powder. . 10c 25ll)sN,ivyl5c.ins$1.13 0 cans Carnation Alilk 25c 12 pktjcs large size Post Toast !cs. $1.14 12 pktjcs Cream of Wheat $1.14 Gpkys Puffed Wheal 40c Been Here n Spell. John C. II Inkle, of the Fortcscuo settlement, was here, Monday, looking after some road matters before tho county court. Although now 7H years of age, lie seems wonderfully well pre served. He Is a native Mlsviurlan, having been born In Franklin county, November 2.1, ls.17, and for ,Vi of those 7U years, lie has been a continuous resident of Hull county coming hero In s.',s. He has lived to seua wonder ful development In the lire of Holt county, and lands that were only worth 1 1. '.' to iMio per acre advance until today they aru worth 'loo and up. Mr. Ilinkle was twice married: his llrst wife died In I f -7, uud in I"'.', hu married Mrs, lilla llrown, of Wash ington, Mo., wbii Is still keeping him company, anil I 'tide John has eight living children live by his llrst wife and three hy his second, uud In not a single case has he invasslon to hu ashamed of either of these all devel oping Into splendid men and women. During the Civil strife he cast his lot with the cause of the South, serv ing three years with General Price, and participated In thehattlesof Hluo Mills, Lexington, Pea Itldce, Second Corinth, Vlckshurg and others. Ho was made a Mason In the old historic lodge at Forest City. Whatever tended to advance and develop his section of thu county, John ('. Ilinkle has ever been ready to do Ids part, and did It with a willing heart nnd ready hand. Inthechurch and school cause, hu has been a factor In their advancement. In IViiIhe look an active part In building the old South Methodist church where For tcsciie Is now located, and which was destroyed by lire In Is7'.', and rebuilt the following )ear, hut a uillu farther north. We lrut Ihat the days of I'nclu John may yet lie many. A Close Call. Will llragg and Herbert McDonald had a littlu experience, Monday eve ning of this week, February '.'d, that they will not soon forget and never cease wondering how tlieyevcaped be ing killed or badly Injured. Telephone poles as a general proposition are a nuisance on a public highway, but in this case It pro vis I a "life saver" fur these gentlemen. The gentlemen were out In their auto, and Mr. llragg was giving Mr. McDonald Instruct lonsas to thu hand ling of the auto, and Mr. McDonald was at the wheel gliding aljmg nicely until they approached and had comu onto the Fletcher bridge Just east of town, Mr, McDonald steeled In thu opposite direction Intended, and over the bridge and to thu bottom of tho creek she went, a distance often feet. A telephone pule caught the car, pie venting It from overturning and throwing It forward In such u way us to break the force uud enabled Hut two men to remain In the car. Only thu wind-shield was damaged and neither of the men were Injured in the least. Appliances were seemed ami I lie oar raised fium the creek, and on turning the crank. II unsweied, show ing Its working parts had not been Injuied. I.kss uf nil and gas prevented Iheiil dllviug the ear home, but Hut coming along f Jacob llueher In his powerful ( adliiac. nltlM'bas. Patter son aseiinip.iii) . bt. Might relief to them by bringing them to town. Small Farm For Salo! I.. I. Moure, In charge uf the F.stalo of Theresa Spoerle, deceased, desires to sell thu home place, Consist log of about twenty acres hi the northwest part of ( iregon. See him for price. A Friendly Call. Wo greatly enjoyed a visit from George Loueks.of thutiordouillstrict, who was here Monday, doing business with thu county court, making his an nual settlement as overseer. Hu was accompanied hy his wife, who visited with relatives, Dr. Jonas Whltmer and Alexander Vaiilhisklrk, Mrs. Luucks prior to her marriage being Jennie, daughter of Martin Whltmer. George told us he had Just added an 80 to his earthly possessions by purchas ing thu tract belonging to the John Llmpp estate, which lies Just across the road from his place, for which lie paid i:n.fio per acre. Married. Wo now know why Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jell Springer, of near Oregon, went south a short tlmn ago. It is explained hy the coming to our tablu of a handsome card, announc ing his mart'lagu on Sunday last, Feb ruary 1, 1IU4, to Miss Wavvu Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, W. M, Corder, at Clearwater, Florida, and that they will h't at homo to friends at Hosendale, Mo,, after today, Feb ruary i. Wu know the groom and re gard him as among thu very best of young men, and we wish tho coiiplu a long, prosperous life. Keep your hogs free from fleas, lice, mange and all disease germs dur ing the cold winter months, by tho use of Dry Dip. Sold under guaran tee. Not satisfactory, no pay. TSold by , Fbamk Fostbb. IG. T. METCALF & CO., "Till; STORE THAT SELLS CHEAPER." I FORBES, MO. ! THE NEW YALE WITH AUTOMOBILE TRANSMISSION IIui'u'h tlto lifrit really eoinploto motorcycle it machine wit It every detail developed to full ollleioney. It lian n now two-H(!t!il tiaiiHiniHsidii that given tint name perfect control imdur nil conditions that you would liavo in u$.r))0luutonio liiln. Tim now Yn.it) Iimh ainnziiiK iiowttr on tilt) Iiilln- koch riis'lil up fs'iiidtis too Hteep l'or tiny automobile, and koum up easily. ICxaniiim tho new machine and liavo itdemonntvated to show you what it will do. Or writufor illustrated liturattiru desoribiiitf tho now Yah). l'rict) 7-8 II. P. two-spcod Yalo twin, $285. Now .r-(l lI.P.two.Bpt't!dHiii8lt)-oylindurYalo,2:i8 F.O.H.l'oledo.O. I can furnish you with ltiKgngu carriers, tandems or anything in tho lino of motorcycle equipment. C. L. PORTER, Agent, Mound City, Mo. WANTED Some one living in or near Oregon to act an agent.