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PLATTSIWOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1913.
OF THE BLIND
Time Words Apply to Pastor
Russell and Others, He Says.
DECEIVING AND DECEIVED.
Ministers Have Deceived the PeopU
Respecting the Bible Teachings But
They Were Themselves Deceived,
Hence Not Wilfully Guilty The duty
cf the Hour Is to Undeceive the Pub
lic and to Remove the Slander From
God's Word and Character Courage
Necessary Otherwise Many Will
Fall Into the Ditch of Unbelief The
Educated Are There Already.
10. I'iistor lJus
i?el I addressed the
twice today. AVe
report one of lils
Vk - . ' ' f'--i4 1 discourses from
f y -3 the text. "If the
. d lead the
to the ditch'
yASTOK. Klljj&tLLJJ The J'astor open-
with the words: How Mind Me have
nil teen stupidly blind iu respect to
our Heavenly Fa Hut's words! We
have believed human traditions, -which
ve ought not to have believed, and left
unbelicved the Uible teachings, which
ive ousht to have believed, until the
Church as a whole has become thor
oughly puzzled in respect t every
thing religious. I am not judging any
particular person or sec t. The matter is
o general as not to need specification.
All h3ve sinned, all are out of the
way of Truth, lost in the fog of super
Btition "and . crpr, guided thither, as
St. Paul foretold, by "doctrines of de
mons." (1 Timothy 4:1.) There is no
time for faultfinding. Thoduty of the
liour is to get right to pet back Into
harmony with Clod, and to obtain the
true light on His Word that will re
store Christian faith, love, devotion.
Warning nobody except the Arch-Ie-ceiver,
Satan, we find, as the Master
predicted, that the whole, world" has
been made drunk by the false do
trines which Satan gradually introduc
ed during the Dark Aj"R-''The Inhab
itants of the earth have been made
drunk with the wine of her fornica
tion." (Revelation 17:2.) Some wore
crazy drunk, to the extent of perseeut
Insj others; some were stupidly drunk.
Like drunken people, we.' mixed up
and confused the good and the bad.
In one breath we told of the love of
God His mercy, gentleness, patience
nnd how all of I lis children must be
come copies of His Divine character.
Then in another breath we painted this
God. of Love as sitting down, before
creating humanity, arid deliberately,
wirh fore-knowledge, arranging that
thousands of millions should lo born
in sin, misshapen in iniquity: and Hint
after a few (short years, full of trou
ble, all of them with only rare exco
tions. should be turned over to fire
proof demons, to be tortured through
"When a soberer thought would sug
gest that the liro would destroy them,
that the torture could not last more,
than a few hours, then a drunken
thought inspired by the Devil came
that God delighted in the torture of
His creatures, and that all those thou
sands of millions would have life in
jected into them by the Almighty Jliiu
uclf, the great Fountain of Life, ho as
to prevent them from ever ceasing to
be. ceasing to suffer s as to perpetu
ate a great chamber of horrors such
as no human mind could imagine.
Dante pictured the Inferno most hor
ribly, that eternal torture chamber,
over whose gates were the "words,
"Who enters here abandons hope."
Satan's Great Success.
The Master styled Satan the father
Of lies. His first great lie misled our
first parents and murdered them, by
leading Mother Eve to disbelieve God's
Word. "In the day Hint thou cutest'
f thereof, thou shalt surely die."" (Gen
'esis 2:17.) Satan contradicted the Al
mighty, snyinir. "Ve shnll not surely
file" cannot die, ye are immortal, your
life is a perpetual one.
Satan has since impressed this false
hood upon the whole world, and has
largely succeeded in deceiving all.
"When in fulfilment of God's "Won I
people die, Satan has brought in the
deceptive theory that they really have
become rme alive than ever. ."Wjth
the theory that nobody can die came
be other theory that when they seem
to die they merely go somewhere else
Thus, contrary to the Scriptures, the
whole world has come to believe that
at the moment of death the saintly go
to Heaven and all the remainder, more
nlive than ever, go either to Hell or
Purgatory. The plain, common-sense .
statement of the Bible that all both
pood and bad, old and young go to
Bheol. Hades, to the tomb, is ignored.
The Bible teaching, that the redemp
tive work of Jesus assured all a res
urrection from the dead, is made null
end void by Satan's declaration that
nobody Is dead.
Immortality In Christ.
Tlfe Bible does indeed hold out for
the Church the hope of Immortality;
bat it is only a hope, not already a
possession. Man was not created un-
aualifiedlT Immortal. The life given
STta' tvis.onlT' a TniT.rtrre'c,r.6, '7f" TI
.vou 1.1 is it in harmony with his Cre-.
itor's cum ma lids, he might enjoy it
'orever, as indicated in the words,
I'.e fruitful and multiply and fill the
yirth" with your posterity, and snb
U:e the earth as ye have need of It.
s your posterity increases, extend tha
sounds of Kden, until it will inchula
:he whole earth. . "
Hut that the life was a tentative one.
I .onditioua! one. is indicated by the
rhreat that disobedience would bring
leath the cessatu.i of life. Thus,
kIkii the sin had been committed, God
Jeclared, "Accursed is the ground for
:hy sake. In the sweat of thy face
dialt thou eat'breail, until thou return
to the ground: for dust thou art, and
jnto dust shalt thou return." Genesis
The whole world knew that it was
lying; and not even a suggestion of a
reversal of the curse was made -un to
the time of Abraham. Then, for the
first time. God declared it His purpose
to bless all the families of the earth,
which implied the rolling away of the
curse. This blessing, the rolling away
of the curse, was to come through
Abraham's Seed. "In thee and in thy
Seed shall all the families of the earth
be blessed St. I'aul declares that
this Seed is The t'hrist Jesus the
Head, and the Church His Body. Ga
latians :':1ri. .".).
But the Apostle explains that even
this statement to Abraham was more
or less indistinct: it did not bring the
matter clearly forward and give posi
tive assurance of everlasting life. St.
Paul declares that this was accom
plished throuch Jesus, more than 4.000
years after the fall. He declares that
"hrist brought life and immortality to
light through the Gospel.:! Tim. 1:10.
Now we may see that this promise of
immortality, deathlessncss, death proof
existence, is a very much grander one
than we ovei supposed.. Immortality
is a quality of life which thus, far is
possessed only by Jehovah God and by
His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Noth
ing in the Scriptures indicates that
even the angels possess death-proof
bodieS. On the contrary, the Bible
teaches that Satan, one of the very
highest" angels, is to bo destroyed.
This shows us that this immortal,
deith -proof quality is not possessed by
the angels. Their everlasting life de
pends trbou the Divine covenant that,
so loin; as they are in harmony with
God, lie is pleased to perpetuate their
lives in a most joyful condition.
The Bible assures us that only the
elect Church will ever attain the im
mortal quality peculiar to the Father
and to the Son.. This promise of
"glory, lionor. immortality," is made
merely to the saintly Church, and is
to be attained in the First llesurreetion
by those found worthy. "(Mi such the
Second Death hath no power." Bcv
But our Lord Jesus not merely brought
to light immortality as God's gift to
the Church. The Gospel of Jes'us
brings to light a bone of everlasting
life to the noli elect world to so many
of them as, under the light of the
knowledge of the glory of God during
the coming Millennial Age. will fully
resMind and be of those who will bow
the knee and confess with the tongue
the great King, and be uplifted to
human perfection by the arrangements
of His Kingdom. For these God has
the same everlasting life that He has
already given to the angelic hosts.
This everlasting life4of the future Is
usually stylodfe.nmortalit.v; for it will
be a deathless life- a life free from the
imperfections of the dying condition.
But the immortality of the IUble,-which
is for the Church alone, is separate and
distinct, and elsewhere described as
"the Divine nature." 2 Feter 1:1.
As We Now Sober Up.
This Bible presentation f t lie matter
that God's proposition Is life or
dcaJh we are beginning to see is most
reasonable, most logical. Furthermore,
His proposition is that when His I'Jan
will have been completed, none shall
have life at all who will not have it in
perfection. He desire not to have
mental, moral and physic:!! cripples
and degenerates in His Kingdom. He
will give all the fullest opportunity for
recovery through the Kcdeemer and
the Messianic Kingdom. All who will
nt le obedieut to the Divine arrange
ment will be everlastingly destroyed,
as, thorns' and thistles arc destroyed,
and as uncontrollable wild beasts are
: destroyed. This is the Divine Word on
the subject. '2 Feter 2:12; Isaiah 33:12.
Thus eventually God will have a
clean universe in which His Will shall
be done on earth even as now it is done
in Heaven. Eventually every kr.eo
will bow. and no one need any longer
say, "Know thou the Ixird"; for all
shall knovy Iljm, and love Him, too.
Then the darkness, ignorance, super
stition, which has blinded us will be
past. Then our great Creator will be
seen -to be our very best Friend, the
Father of Mercies, the God of all
Grace. Perhaps, indeed, we shall love
righteousness and appreciate our God
11 the more because of the previous
slanders of the Adversary, which for
C,"0 years have misrepresented Ilini.
Undoubtedly the Divine Wisdom,
Justice, Love and Towc-r will be more
clearly seen by both angels and men
as the result of the Diviue permis
sion of the reign of Sin and Death.
Without this permission of sin Ave
would never realize the absolute jus
tice of God in allowing our race to po
down into death and in rescuing us in
no wonderful a manner by the send
ing; of Hi- Fon to die for us, paying
the Itodemption-priee of Adam's penal
ty, "Dying, thou shalt die." We never
would have seen so clearly the height
of Divine Wisdom, nor the depths of
Kven the Power of God, manifested
in the wonderful display in the heav
ens every night, is more wonderfully
shown by reason of the permission
of sin. Even the Wisdom and Power
of CToJ fSr.wn forfTi rn the turn. in ur
auism will be addd to by reason of
Ihe permission of sin. How so, is it
asked? We reply that God's great
Wisdom and. Power will be manifested
in 4he resurrection of the dead. The
Church's resurrection from human na
ture to tf.e Divine nature, from weak
ness to power, dishonor to ;'lory,' from
an animal body to "a spir al body,
will be a stupendous expression of Di
vine 1'ower. And the fact that the
mental powers memory, character
will be carried over is beyond our com
Then comes the resurrection of the
world. We are not to think of the
resurrection of the bodies that have
fallen into dust, as the Bible mentions
nothiug of t lie kind, and. resurrection
involves no such absurdities. But
what the Bible does propose for the
woiidas w ell as for the Church, is the
resurrection of the soul, of the being,
of the intelligence. The Apostle ex
plains that God will give to each a
body as it pleases Him. The bodies
provided for the Church -will be of the
The bodies provided for the world
will be of the llesh kind. ' Wonderful
as this is, it is not all; for the human
iKidies that are to be restored thus by
Divine Power will be the exact coun
terpart of the present bodies, repre
senting the same memory, mind. will.
Thus each will kuow himself, and will
know the others with whom he was
acquainted in the present life. How
wonderful, how stupendous, how un
believable, except as we are able by
faith to grasp the fact of our own lit
tleness and the Divine greatness!
True, as the Aostle tells us, not all
men have this faith not all men are
aide to believe w hat the Bible so clear
ly sets forth. They stagger at the
great proposition. But their stagger
ing and unbelief will not change the
facts. God's Wisdom and Power will
continue to operate, notwithstanding
our imbecilities. Those who cannot
exercise faith cannot belong to the
Church class, called during the present
time; for with this class faith is a par
Foolish Incredulity Wise Faith.
How strange it seems that nearly
everybody can be credulous of non
sense, while only a few comparatively,
can have faith iu the true realities of
the Divine promises! For instance,
how few seem able to believe in the
Power of God as respects a resurrec
tion of. the dead. On the contrary, how
many can be credulous enough to be
lieve thatihe dead are not dead even
when they see them to be dead, ami
the ir senses demonstrate that fact!
Under the delusion of Satan, man
kind have cuine to imagine hells and
purgatories, and to believe iu them.
although they do not have even a sus
picion or a thought as to where these
places" are! What bettor proof could
we have that the world for U.noO years
has been under the malevolent influ
ence of "the Prince of the Power of the
Air. who worketh in the hearts of the
children of disobedience"? What bet
ter proof could we have that the world
lias Peen under the influence ot mis
leading spirits and "doctrines of dem
ons"? thoroughly believing Satan's
false statement, "Ye shall not surely
die" ye are Immortal and thoroughly
rejecting God's statement, "Thou shalt
surely die." Immortality is :i gift of
God, and not an inherent quality.
"The soul that siuneth it shall die";
"The wages of sin is death" not eter
Patience and Sympathy Necessary.
If a number of drunken men have
been iu each other's company, and a
few of them begin sobering up, it
would behoove them to be very sym
pathetic with their companions still in
a befuddled condition. This is our at
titude. Some of us are more or less
awake. Some of us have learned what
real Bible study moans. Some of us
are getting the eyes of our understand
ing open and are seeing some of t he-
lengths and breadths and heights and
depths of the Ixve of God, which sur
passes all human understanding, and
which we did not before see. (F.phe
sians 3:10.) The graces of sympathy
and patience are called for under such
conditions. Those that have the Truth,
that see the Truth, should not only be
models of saintliness. holiness, but also
models of kindness, gentleness ami pa-'
tioneo in dealing with the brethren.
God is merely biding His time, let
ting His will and Word and character
be misunderstood by some and mis
represented by others, letting men
have an experience with doing their
own wills and trying their own plans
and theories, that thus the lesson of
sin and its tendencies and results may
be clearly seen and appreciated both
by angels and by men. Then the Lord
will arise, and through His Anointed
Son will display His Power and make
known His will. He will lay righteous
ness to the line and justice to the plum
met, and will sweep away every refuge
of lies. His will shall then be done on
earth, even as it is done in Heaven.
Thus we see the fallacy of the circle-reasoning
of those who would judge
the Lord merely by their own weak
nesses, and noV by His .Word. ' How
grand is the view presented in the
Scriptures! How wonderful the Divine
Character, as presented in the Divine
Plan of human salvation!
AH men are to be rescued from the
Adamlc death penalty. All are to have,
n full opportunity of "knowing about
the Savior the Life-giver and cf ac
cepting Him. Then whoever willingly
rejects the grace of God, nnd prefers
sin to righteousness, will be esteemed
a wicked sinner, unworthy of everlast
ing life. Such, the Bible says, will die
the Second Death. From this there
will le no redemption; for "Christ
dteth no more." Hence from it there
will lie no resurrection. But the horri
ble doctrine of eternal torment Is not
Biblical. It is a part of the "doctrines ,
of demons." 1 Timothy 4:1. x (
: SUGGESTS PLAN
Proceed Under Junkln Law
Against Telephone Combine.
SAYS IT COULD BE FOLLOWED
Takes Raps at Executive Officials and
Says They Have Been Lax McKel.
vie Finds Constitution No Bar to His
Lincoln, Aug. 11. People who are
opposed to the telephone rate raises
which are scheduled for the state at
large and which are thought to he ill
nd ised on the part ot" the telephone
combine, have recourse through the
Junkin anti-trust act, according tc
Jiidee W. H. Fngland of this city, head
of fhe clnn which is fighting the local
. Judge Kngiand maintains that the
attorney general could proceed against
the lJell and the Lincoln telephone
companies under the antitrust act,
and that the 1911 merger agreement
entered ir.to by those two concerns
could easily be shown to be in re
Etraint of trade and against the best
public welfare of the state at large.
Tlie judge insists that it is the duty
of the executive officials to enforce
tin; law and that if the railway com
mission is not willing to get busy ou
the side of the people, then the gov
ernor or attorney general should. Says
he: "It is rather startling to observe
how oi.r commonwealth has been
lonnd lagging recently.. At practically
the same time that congress was in
struct ill:; the interstate commerce com
mission to 'prepare a history' of every
propeity of a common carrier under
its juris'if tion, demand was repeated
ly being made before the Nebraska
railway commission to get lor the pub
lic a part of the history of the Lincoln
Telephone and Telegraph company.
The majority of the commission re
fused to make the inquiry.
"Again whil? the federal law officers
pre setting anout to apply the Slier
lean act to the Hell Telephone syndi
cafe, our state law omcers .are ignor
ing the situation in this community
which, from the point of view of the
telephone pation, far outstrips any sit
uation found in a community served
directly by the mother monopoly."
McKelvie Mot Scared Out.
Lieutenant Governor McKelvie,
whose political enemies have brought
up the constitution to show that he i
ineligible to make the race for the gov
ernorship while ocuppymg a position
in the present executive department of
the stat.:'. s'ays that he is not going to
get out of the way oh that account
lie explains the matter by this state
"I do not believe it was the intention
of those who trained the constitution
to bar a state official from advance-
mcnt in office if the people consider
h:ni worthy. The; paragraph referred
to undoubtedly means that no state of
ficial can hold another state office dur
ing the period for which ,he was eleet
. It certainly does not mean that
pimply because one has been elected
to one office in the executive depart
ment lie cannot be a candidate for an
other oiliee in that department'
Secretary Takes No Chances.
Secretary of State Wait is not ex
actly afraid that the state supreme
court will decide that an election
should be held this year, but he in
tends to take no chances in the mat
ter, and therefore has sent letters out
to city r.nd county clerks asking them
to forward him t lie names of all voters
cf their sub-divisions, as provided for
in the initiative and referendum law
passed at the last legislative session.
The names will be used as the mailing
list for sending out copies of the refer
endum questions which are to be voted
upon at the next state election. As a
matter of fact, there cannot possibly
be an election held this year, although
those who want it might try ever so
hard. The time for filing for the vari
ous places is now many days past.
To Hear Matter Sept. 10.
The proposed changes suggested for
the Hastings ami Superior branches
of the Northwestern are not out of
the way of the railway commission.
Due to the insistency of some of the
Fremont merchants that the matter
be carried out to a finish, the commis
sion has ordered that a hearing be
held on Sept. 10. At that time it is
believed that representatives from
practically all of the towns affected
will be here before the commission
and that a strenuous objection will be
fnade to the change. The matter. was
first broached by the Company officials
merely as suggestions, but the Fre
mont people took kindly to the matter
at once, while the out-in-the-state peo
ple looked upon it with some misgiv
ing. Collect CorporationTaxes.
A total of $47,775 in corporation
taxes and penalties has been collected
by the state department during the
first six months of the present year.
ThOigrcater share of that, amount
came in under provisions of the old
corporation tax la. The Potts law
went into effect tne middle of July,
but will not affect the. payments of a
large number of the corporations of
the state until next year. Then it is
believed that the total amounts of cor
poration tnxes will be doubled over
that of any previous year. The reve
nue resultant from the operation of
the new tax law, it Is belirved, will
" it be far f"jui $200.0.00 er annum.
MILLER JSED MUCH MILE AG
Vouchers Show 56,000 Miles Paid fcr
in Two Years.
Lincoln. Aug. II. A total of 50.0't'l
miles in mileage books have been pur-1
chased 'by State Architect Burd Miller j
In the two years he has held cfT.ce, ac-1
cording to vouchers on file in'the and-!
itor's office. This is enough to travel
over every mile of line s in the state
and then some.
The hooks were purchased of' the ;
Northwestern company and were !
signed by Robert McGinnis. Five of j
the books were purchased hi July, ;
1!M1, just aft?r he had gone into of-1
fice and while he was subject to the i
board of public lands and buildings, j
In July of this year, under the bonrd!
of control. Mr. Miller was changed j
from a salary to a percentage pay
!iis for, his work.
oucliers lor two books were not;
properly approved. According to state!
ctficials, when 'Mr. Miller wanted a
mileage book he w ould go to a mem-'
ber o! the board of public lands and j
buildings and have an order on the
railway company signed by that mem-1
According to Iind Commissioner
rir-ckman, Mr. Miller .withdrew two
vouchers voluntarily after the matter
had been called to his attention. He
is said to have stated that he wolild
rather do that than have publicity in
the matter. Mcmh?rs of the board
are going to bold a consultation with
Mr. MiMer here this week, at which
time full facts are to be pried loose.
Stale Auditor Files Motion in
State Supreme Court.
Lincoln, Aug. 11. State Auditor W.
B. Howard filed in the supreme court
an application for a rehearing before
supreme court of the case in which he'
was demited of the insurance depart
ment by a peremptory order of the
court. Mr. Howard sets out in his ap
plication that no notice was given him
of the application for a writ, that he
was deprived of a chance to be heard
in the matter and that he was de
prived of his rights as an officer of
the state and against the constitution
of the state, which gives every mac a
chance for a defense.
HEAVY RAINS IN CORN BELT
Showers Reported From Missouri Riv
er West to North Platte.
Omaha, Aur. 11. Riiin Las fallen
very generally over the corn hclt of
Nchras.ha.. Western' Iowa also got
some good raiirn.
Reports receiv-c-d Indicate that a
very large portion of the state has
hcen covered, the precipitation vary
ing from a quarter of an inch to more
than two inches. Rain is reported
from Otoe, Cass, Johnson, .. Lancaster,
Saiindcr.s, CI;ige and Adams counties,
which is reasonably certain that the
great cornliehld of that wonderful sec
tion' south of the riatte river has had
some relief from the drought that has
prevailed lor the last six weeks. North
of the Platte. Dodge county joins the !
list. Hall county reports good rain, and I
out in Lincoln county a deluge of two j
inches at North riatte is reported. j
TO ENFORCE PURE FOOD LAW
Inspectors See Good Fare Is Served to
Lincoln, Aug. 11. Food Commis
sioner Harnian is looking after the di
gestive apparatus of the state fair vis
itors. It is his intention that those
who flock to Lincoln on Sept. 1-3 will
not encounter the adamantine sand
wich or red lemonade fresh from the
All food products and all drinks will
be inspected hy the deputies of Mr.
Ifarman. The inspection will not be a
joke either. Cleanliness and sanitary
surroundings will he insisted upon at
each and every hash foundry on the
state fair grounds. Prices for meals
will range from 25 to 50 cents and
sandwich-ec will be invoiced at all
Engineer's Helper Dies on Live Wire.
Norfolk. Neb.. Aug. 11. James
Combs, aged twen.ty-six years, engi
neer's helper at the Norfolk electric
light plant, was instantly killed by
falling on a live wire at" the switch
board while sweeping the floor. A
shock of 2.C00 volts passed through
his body. Combs came here a month
ago from Sterling, Colo., and lcav-es a
Change at Tubercular Hospital.
Lincoln, Aug. 11. The rfsiguation
of Mrs. Parker, superintendent of the
state tubercular hopital at. Kearney,
was accepted by the state board of
control end Dr. Nellie Del? snbaugh of
Grand Irlar.d was chosen to take the
place." The change will be effected
Sept. 1. .
John Richards Is Dead.
Lyons, Neb., Aug. 11 John Rich
ards, an old settler of this place, died,
nged eighty-five years. He leaves a
widow nnd three sons and one daugh
ter, George. Francis and Louis, all of
Lyons, and Mrs. Mary Weed of Mag
Albion Men Hurt.
Albion. Neb.. Aug. 11. William Dod
rill and Clyde Trouper, two young men
of this vicinity, were thrown from a
buggy on the street and sustained se
rious injmies. The buggy was badly
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School open September 17. Enrollment has begun.
For information apply to .
B. D. WAYWARD, Superintendent
John Jainla came (Imwh
day evening I'rohi Have
visit with hi-; parents,
J;u;ila, sr.. ami wife over :
Sa l iii'
'i 1 1 nl ay.
( J eo rg I
s Katie Iles, Flsie
?.Iesis. Harry Rice ami
iohelman ilepai-ied Saltir-
afl erm.i in for i Ii-nvooI.
fliev visited with relatives
Charles S. Stone and wife
Mrs. ). C. West, or Nehawka,
Miss Allison were passengers
morning -on the. early Hnrlini
train for Oimiha, where they
visit for Ihe day.
. Miss Cora H. Anderson of Red
River Falls. Minnesota, and Miss
Ciraco A"ewbranch, who have heen
onjoyinjr a vacation trip alonu' the
1'aeille coast, visiting' the dincrenf
points of interest, arrived in the
city yesterday and are the guest.
of Mesdames Fva Reese and C
YV. Havjor for a short time.
Helle Phillips of Conneant,
accompanied by her son, Dr.
Phillips, of Cleveland, ar
this morning and will visit
af the homes of 'Mrs. Phillips'
.daughters. Mrs. C. P. Richards
and Mrs. A. I.. Todd. The doctor
is a hrolher of the ladies and a
very pleasant visit will he enjoyed.
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BRASKK5 FINISHED PRODUCTS
Ilbsmlfs Band i
BF&WE RACES DAILY-k
PATTERSONS SHOYS .VAUDEVILLE,
ASK TOUB AGENT
Brjvs All tho
to Build this
Price includes all lumber.
mill work, lath, shingles,
f idim.',fl' oring, ceiling, finish
ing lumber, building paper.
Dine, trutter. sash weights and
Hardware. Price is at mill or
factory. Ask us t'jr lrcignt-
will gladly furnish you the
and assist you in the selection of the
home building and oiler the best facili
'All trip materials furnished nrf nhsolutely
brand in w. clean and frej-h sut.k. '1 he
tiuality'and f;r;ide of each item isrxactlv
as six-cilied. Tin- quantity is always Snf
f.cient to complete tin- design acc.irdint; t
tin; plan. In addition. wi will tnkf- hack
nv material net used, in good condition,
and credit you at iai! purchase puce.
at our office and let us figure on the materials,
extended experience. we can marts you
Henry Hunt and family droe in
yesl rrday from I heir farm home
and vi-iled in lm rily for a few
hours with friends.
Miss Jl.erSl'e Wiles oT IMalfs
'iioiilh spent Ihe ial luo week-;
visiling- with her hrolhefs at
Mauley, returning- home Saturday
Mrs. 'J'. .1. Todd and little son.
who have been here visiling- with
Mrs. Tod.'- parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Ilcury Manzy, lor a few week-,
departed tlii.- aflernooii for lloir
home al Kearnev.
Miss Del'.Ila Venner, who has
been visiting relatives and friends
at Lincoln for the pas yv week,
has returned to her home in the
vicinity of MYnard. She was ac
companied home hy Miss Fern
Long, who will visit relatives at
Mynaid. and during the coming
week will spend several days with
s hnolmales ami friends in Ihjs
in I oil a v
from his farm, live miles ved ,,f
this city, and purchased a load of
lumber from our dealer's lo he
use. in repairing: a h.irn on the
farm. While in the city Mr.
Holmes called al t he . Journal ollic..
and had his subscription Hie
Old Reliable advanced another
ear. Mr. Jlalmes thinks very
favorably of the chances for a
corn crop through this section.
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