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NOTES OF A WEEK
LATEST HAPPENINGS THE WORLD
OVER TOLD IN ITEMIZED
EVENTS HERE AND THERE
CSlftlensed Into a Few Lines for tho
Perusal of the Busy Man
Latest Personal Infor
mation. . Forelnn.
General ChurloH Louis Yteiuenii Ii.ih
toon np)olut( rniiimuiider In chief
of tho Kortirh finny In sih'cohhIdii to
General do la Croix.
Joseph II. I.euto, American vice
and deputy consul gonei-nl at Xurlch,
Switzerland, died In I ho arms of his
young hrldu on tho Hteamer .turiiiotto
Just as tho stcainor was entering Ant
werp. Mr. f.oute was married In
1'hlladelphla .Inly :!&. Death resulted
Prince Herman of Hne-Weimar-Klsenach,
tho heir presuni)tlve to tho
Brand duchy of Weimar, has re
nounced tho succession of himself or
his heirs, If any to the throne of tho
grand duchy or Its piopcrty. This
action, which was carried out with
every olllclal formality, Is In conse
ipience of tho prince's extravagance,
which already has caused his transfer
from the t'urlasslers of his own ac
cord from Ilerlln to the upland regi
ment garrisoned at Huuraliorg, and
later compulsory to a regiment of
gendarmes after which he was placed
under a guardianship. The prince
has been given the title of Count Out
helm, hut he Is totally bankrupt, and
remains under the control of his
Creece has leplled to the Turkish
note presented, which, although
couched In friendly terms, practically
demands the recall or the Greek olll
cers serving In Crete, to the effect
that the question Is In the hands of
the four protecting powers of Crete
with whose knowledge and consent
the olllcers In question were sent to
the Island. Turkc Is appealing to
the four powers.
An early and successful outcome of
the negotiations In the participation of
American hankers In the llankow-Sze-Chiien
loan Is anticipated. The Kng
Hsh and French groups already have
accepted the American terms, and It Is
expected that the Hermans will shortly
The central committee having In
charge the earthquake fund announces
that nil but $2r,000 of the total of $r.,
OJO.OOO subscribed for the relief of the
letlms In southern Italy has been ex
pended. The will of the late Don Carlos, the
pretender to the throne of Spain,
lemon to the pope works of art and
money totalling $U,UOO,000 value.
Tho Amerlcnn embassy nt Paris has
been formally Informed that France
will Bend a squadron of thief! battle
Milps to represent the government at
the Hudson-Pulton celebration next
Mr. and .Mrs. .lohn W. Cravens of
Spring Lake, Iowa, were Instantly
killed as tho result of a collision be
tween their touring car and a limited
traction car, one mile notth ot Alex
andria, Ind. Mr. Cravens' head was
almost severed from his body. Mrs.
Cravens body was also badl man
gled Mr. Cravens was president of
the First National bank at Spring
Isaac 0. Wolfe, aged seventy, of
Paducah, Ky was killed by an auto
inobllo on the highway near Helleve
dere, HI. The machine was driven by
F. A. Nott and his son. C. A. Nott.
who wero on their way to tho Algon
quin hlllcllmblng contest Wolfe was
a prominent Mason.
One of the four surviving widows of
rirlghnm Young died at Salt Lake
City. She was Manual1 K. T. C. T.
Young. She was married to Young
at N'.iuvoo. Illinois, before the west
ward pilgrimage of tint Mormons.
She was u!t;lit -eight ears old. No
hlldren wero born to hor.
Prom all quarters of the state en
iliuslnstlc young Christian worker
;ue Hocking to Hpworth-bj-ihu-Fon,
where tho fifth annual eueampmont
r the Texas Hpworth league will hold
r"ith during the next ten days.
leorge M. Slilppj. chief of police
r Chicago, tenders bis resignation on
'lie ground of Ill-health.
dvlces saj that cattle are dying
t' scores around Midland, Texas, as
I he result of a peculiar epllemlc.
Cen. P. p. Johnston, adjutant gen
"tl of the Kentucky state guard.
as hold to tho grand Jury for an
asKuilt on Denny H. (iondo, editor or
a weekly publication In Louisville.
ueral .lohnstnn resented a reference
to him as "(Jeneral Peacock P. John
htnn." In an editorial.
A strike of street laborers In Pitts
burg. Pa., which has been of small
proportions for pome days, has become
widespread, and gangs of the men are
parading the streets. Stops, it Is said,
mi v been taken to form an organiza
tion among the 15.000 Italian workmen
of Allegheny county.
So great is the rush of applications
for Indian reservation lands, to bo
drawn August !), that (he land depart
ment nlllclals placed an order for i0,
000,000 moro registration blanks. With
little more than half the time for reg
istration passed, Superintendent Wit
ten has received 118,05.-1 applications.
Confirmation was made of n deal
by which tho Jones and Laugliltn
Bteoi company ncqulres more than
5,500 acres of coal lauds from tho
Pittsburg-Buffalo company. The prlco
Ih said to be $liiii.0fi0.
Harry (J. Pulllani,- president of tho
National League of piofesslonal base
ball clubs, committed suicide In New
Phllo, Illinois, a village In Cham
paign county, wan almost wiped out
by lire. Hair the business section
wns destroyed. Loss, $1(1,000.
As a result or the anti-trust suits
recently brought by Attorney (leneral
Sterling or .Mississippi against tho Re
tail Lumber Dealers' association ot
Mississippi and Louisiana, llTteen out
or the seventy-three defendant con
cerns have effected compromises with
the state, agieelug to pay $S0i to the
stnle treasuier upon a decree rendered
against them In ehaiicery court.
According to Vice-President Fred
lloblnsoii of Umpire, the Dakota
Western railroad, a branch of the Chi
cago & Northwestern system, will
commence actual construction of Its
line from Whltewood to Umpire along
the Irrigation piojcct, within the next
thirty days. The right-of-way has
been practically all secured and ne
gotiations with the Uedwuter Power
and Light company are on to secure
power enough to operate tho motor
cars ror the line.
Charles II. Moyer was unanimously
re-elected president of the western
federation of miners. This Is his eighth
term In that olllce. James Klrwan, of
Perry, S. I)., was elected as one ot
the delegates to attend the conferenco
with delegates from the united initio
workers or America;
W. A. Harris, formeily I'nlted States
senator from Kansas, Is dnngeroiisly
111 at his home In Lawrence, suffering
from a heart attack. His weakened
condition, due to tho effect of the heat
while horseback riding. Is thought to
have brought on the attack.
In a quarrel over a ball game at
Lee City. Ky., W. F. Larson was struck
ocr the head ami his skull crushed
with a baseball In the hands of his
brother, clay Lawson. The Injured
man, who was forty years old. died In
a hospital at Lexington.
The failure of Coventor John A.
Johnson of .Minnesota to nrrlve In So
nttle In time to deliver an address on
Swedish day at the exposition, which,
according to President Chllberg of the
fair, he promised to do, has caused a
controversy and bitter feeling between
the governor nnd the fair olllclals.
Additional time for pleading to tho
federnl Indictment against them was
granted the American Sugar Itellnlng
company and Us olllclals by Judge
Hans In the I'nlted States circuit
court. The court extended the time
until August :I0.
The sheep men or South Dakota
report the best wool eiop ever known
In the history of the state.
Twelve persons killed and a num
ber Injured is the result of a head-on
collision at a small station twenty
miles east of Spokane. Wash.
David Williams, the negro mess at
tendant on the battleship Vermont,
will be surrendered by the navy to
the Massachusetts state authorities,
who charged him with manslaughter
as the result of the death ot the mess
attondant, Foster, following a boxing
bout aboard the Veiiuont.
President Taft sent to tho senate
the nomination of A. Piatt Andiew ,,f
Massachusetts to be director of tho
mint. The nomination is to succeed
Frank A. Leach, who resigned some
time ago to become president or tho
People's Water company or Oklahoma
The new Issue of Lincoln pennies
will continue in circulation despite
tho criticism that the initials of tho
designer appear rather conspicuously
on the coins. That was the statement
made nt the treasury department.
President Tuft of the I'nlted States
and President Diaz of Mexico are to
meet at IC1 Paso. Tex.. October 18. This
program has been urranged ns the re
sult of correspondence but ween tho
I'nlted Slates and Mexico.
The acting seen tary of the interior
has vacated the order or withdrawal
in connection with the North Platto
Irrigation project lit Wyoming, and re
stored to tho public domain where not
otherwise withdrawn, reserved or ap
propriated, about IM.'.cjo acres of land.
Settlement may be made on the land
on ami afli r October jii ami l'.'i at tho
Cheyenne. Wyo land olllce. The va
cated order of withdrawal Is In con
nection with tin- Mime Irrigation pro
ject in Nebraska, and restore d about
l.'-'SO acres of bind to the public do
main where not otherwise npproprl
ated Mibject to settlement on and
at 'or October 2ti ami to entry, tiling
or soleetlou November l!!! at the AM
unco, Neb., land olllce.
Nineteen members of a paity ot
Maorle form New Zealand, who 'have
been held up at quarantine at San
Francisco by the Immigration authori
ties because they were found to be uf
lliclod with trachoma. wco it-rused
admission Into this eountr.v b order
or Assistant Secretary Mellurir
Distribution of the new cents, which
bear the head or Lincoln instead of
that of the Indian which has orna
mented thorn lor so ninny years, will
begin Mond t. The Philadelphia mint
has a total of over liO.OOO.OOO or the
now coins on hand with which to
BUniiy the orders
DEATH BYSEP OR
GEORGE MEYERS OF BEATRICE
KILLED IN KAN8AS.
HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE
What Is Going on Here and There
That Is of Interest to tho Read
ers Throughout Ne
braska. Beatrice,' Neb. George Moyers, a
former resident of Heatrlce, was
killed Tuesday afternoon at Palmer,
KatiB., where he has been employed
tho last few weeks with a threshing
outfit. The members of the crow
with whom Meyers was working had
finished threshing nt a farm in the
Palmer vicinity and wero on their
way to another farm when tho acci
dent occurred. The outfit was being
taken up a hill, the engine and sepa
rator In front and -Meyers bringing
up the rear riding on the water wagon.
In some manner the separator broke
loose from the engine, running back
on the wnter wagon, .'loyors wns hor
ribly crushed and died Instantly. He
wan about twenty-eight yvnrs of age
and resided In Beatrice 'until about
eight months ago when he moved to
Geneva, Neb. Two months ago lie
was married to a Palmer young lady.
He Is survived by his widow, his
mother and one brother. The body
will bo taken to Geneva for burial.
Two Men Saved By Boys.
Kennard. Neb. Had It not been for
tho quick action and cool nerves of
Charles Wrlch and his cousin Henry,
two eighteen-year-old lads, the Pnpio
would have snIITcd out the lives of two
men In the old swimming hole on
Henry Wiichs farm, two and one-half
miles south of here, Sunday.
The lads had been In bathing and
wero Just leaving tho hank when Peter
Lohse and William Wiese came along,
saying they were going to take a
swim and Jumped In. Neither or them
could swim much nnd woro soon In
water ten feet deep. They went down,
and tho boys believed they wero div
ing, but after wnltlng a minute or two.
and not coming up, tho boys dived in
and found them on the bottom of the
creek almost lifeloss.
Welso was soon resuscitated, hut
Lohso was unconscious ror two hours
and hns been very III since.
Must Face Burglary Charge.
Papllllon, Neb. William Williams,
tho negro who was held nt the point
or a gun until the nrrlval of the po
Hco by Mrs. John Melslngor, the wire
or a rnrmer living southwest or here,
was bound over to the district court
at his preliminary hearing. His bond
was fixed ut $500 which he wnH un
able to furnish.
The negro had entered the house
while Mrs. Melslnger was at work In
an adjoining field. She obtained a
gun In tho kitchen and going into
a front room discovered the negro In
tho act of emptying u purse contain
ing $45. Pointing her gun at him
she made him march to a neighbor's
home In front of her. Ho was held
there until un olllcer arrived.
Employe Crushed to Death,
Alliance, Nob. While switching In
tho Burlington yards here, V. P. Bren
nan, a switchman, was caught be
tween the cars and so badly crushed
that ho died thirty minutes after the
Mr. Brcnnnn wns practically n
Rtranger here. Ho was employed by
the company here only a few weeks
ngo. Tho young iftnn's people live at
Riverside, Iowa. They have been no
tified of the accident.
Let Contract for Survey.
Papllllon, Neb. ThoVaplllIon Drain
ngo Ditch company having In view tho
drainage' of about fifteen thousand
acres of land In this part of Sarpy
county met hero and let the contract
to an Oninlm man for a preliminary
survey of the district tor tho sum or
$850. The survey Is to be completed
within sixty days. The plan is to
straighten Pnpio creek and mnko till
able a largo amount or low laud which
Is now almost useless.
Tornado Strikes Bartley.
Bnrtley, Neb. A tornado struck this
place Tuesday evening about 8 p. in.,
doing considerable damage by twisting
off telophone poles, tearing down
buildings, unrooring cars of grnln In
the Burlington yards and blowing
down several of the Lincoln Land
company's alfalfa stacks. About ono
hair Inch or rain accompanied the
twister. No lives were reported lost.
Grandmother Takes Child.
Hastings, Neb.-.lnponlca Fleming,
the eloven-year-old girl whoso dls-1
appearance from Chicago July lit may j
resnlt In the prosecuting of n Chi
cago man, wns Wednesday given Into I
the custody or Mrs. Van Horn, her,
mntornal grandmother, or Fort Dodgo, ,
Iowa. Two ministers and the humane
society opposed returning the child
to Its mother. I
Celebrate Golden Wedding,
Dorchester, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Hunter celebrated their fiftieth
wedding nnnlversary ut their homo last i
Saturday night and an appropriate pro
gram was given.
Three Hurt In a Runaway,
Sterling. Neb. Mr. nnd Mrs. August
Drunke nnd small son wero coming to
town about 5 o'clock and they met an
automobile rrom Adams tilled with
peoplo returning from a ball gnnie.
Mr. Brunke's horso became frightened
and ran away throwing Mr. Brunke out
of the rig and breaking his leg Just
nbovo tho ankle. The child was also
thrown out. but escaped with slight
Injuries. Mrs. Brunko was thrown out
of the buggy lifter Ihu horse had run
a mllo further and she wns badly
bruised nnd wns unconscious until
late Tuesday night.
State News and Notes In Condensed
August Schneider, a son of Conrad
Schneider who founded the town of
Snyder, died at that place Wednesday
Be sure and see Palno's battle in
the clouds, ut the slnto fair.
County School Superintendent Vogl
tance has completed a report which
among other things, shows the school
population of Coirnx county to bo t,
04C. ror 100!. This Is a little less
than last year.
Llberatll's great band Is to be pres
ent and furnish music at the state,
fair. This feature alone Is worth go
ing across the state to hear.
Mrs. Elizabeth Harpster committed
suicide by hanging herself at the homo
of her daughter tiear Liberty at noon
Saturday. The loss of her husband
nnd 111 health aro supposed to have
deranged her mind.
Western league baseball Is one of
the attractions at the Nebraska state
Joseph Morrow, an Italian laborer
or Wlsner, has been bound over to
the district court under a $1,000 bond
on a charge or stabbing William
Gelsch.a fellow workman, and is now
In Jail In default or bail.
Five state bands have been engaged
to furnish music at the state fair.
Charged with forging the name of
Giover Smith to a check for $10.50,
Clyde Peters, twenty-one years old,
or Fremont, was bound over to the
dlstilct court. Peters pleaded guilty
to the charge.
The Cherry county W. C. T. V. held
Its annual cosvontlon at Crookston
this week. There was a good repre
sentation or tho unions in that county
The treasurer's report gives the
amount received Tor county work at
$1.0(iS.0S and the disbursements at
$1.00 1.4 5.
Fourteen harness races, the Ne
braska Derby and a number or run
ning races are a part or the speed
program at the Nebraska state fair.
A flno new plpo organ has been In
stalled In the Congregational church
of Seward. A union meeting of tho
churches of tho city was held there
Tuesday night and the large audience
listened appreciatively to the music,
It being the opening night ror the
Three cents per mile ror the round
dip where the rare exceeds one dol
lar. Is the rate made by all railroads
for the Nebraska state fair.
For the tlrst time In several weeks
the Fremont city Jail Is empty. Tho
police have been making a crusade
to rid the city of nn undesirable ele
ment and they believe their efforts
have proven successful. Several
women and men have been deported
within the last fortnight.
The Nebraska stale fair. Lincoln,
September t! to 10, IStOD.
Nebraska City boasts of the oldest
oflicer In the state, in Constable Rich
ard Vltte. who has served In that of
fice for the past ten years. He Is
eighty-three years of age and very
spry. Last year lie walked from
Horton, Kansas, to Lincoln on a
wager and often takes a jaunt of ten
nnd twelve miles.
M. L. Krady, proprietor of tho Mer
chants' hotel at Tobias, passed away
at 7 o'clock Saturday morning as a
result or a hemorrhage. Ills death
was unexpected as he was working
around the olllce Just prior lo the at
tack. Mr. Frady hns been conducting
the hotel ror the last eighteen months.
Ha camo from Omaha.
President William H. Taft will visit
Omaha Monday, September L'0, arriv
ing at 1:30 In the afternoon nnd re
maining until 11 o'clock that even
ing. This word cama to Omaha Wen
nesday In telegrams from Senators
Burkett and Brown, who hnd taken
breakfast with the president, and to
whom he announced his Intention of
paying Omuha one more visit.
The York Gas and Klectiic. company
Is Installing n large tKO-horse-power
holler, the largest ever seen in York.
A smokestack 150 feet high Is to bo
erected In the nenr future.
Stove Starling, an old resident of
Beatrice, wns found dead in bed Wed
nesday morning nt the home of C. II.
Kelloy, where he has been living
while In the city.
Samuel Parks of the Mayberry
neighborhood fell from a heavily
loaded wagon, the wheels of which
passed over his body, crushing his
lungs, breaking his leg and bruising
his shoulder blade. He will recover.
Owing to the Increased business on
the Rock Island at Falrhury, several
additional tlremen havo been em
ployed on the extrn" board In ordor
to keep the business moving.
Potato bugs are doing heavy dam
ago In Dodge county. Farmers from
some sections declare their patches of
potatoes look as though they had
been swept over by a praltio fire.
The negro people or Fremont cele
brated the annlvorsary of Former
President Lincoln's declaration that
he would Issue the emancipation proc
lamation by holding n picnic on Fro
A lire which originated rrom burn
ing sulphur used for fumigating, did
damage to tho possible amount or $110,
not) to the Omaha Printing company
and the Strung and old Beo building,
occupied bv them at Jho corner or
Tenth and F.irnum streets early
Thousands or bushels or corn aro
being brought to Fremont and sur
rounding towns by farmers, who,
sinco they feel sure that there will
be n big corn crop this season, want
to unload the grain thoy havo boon
carrying in their bins. Corn never '
ooked better In Dodge county than
H does now
Sunday School Lcnon for Angnit 15,1909
Specially Arranged for This Paper
LKHSON TI3XT.-ACU 18.23-1'J:K. Mem
ory verses 19-20.
UOLDHN THXT.-'The name of tho
Lord Jesus wns ninRntncil."- Acts 19:17.
TIMK. I'aul began Ids third Journey
probably In A. D. r,3, nnd tt lasted tlircti
yours, M-r8. or 57.
PLAOK.- Paul ended his second Jour
ney by going to Jerumileni, nnd thence to
Antloch. From thero lie went through
Asia Minor, ending nt KphcsuH, tro capi
tal of tho Homiin province of Asia.
Suggestion and Practical Thought
How Paul Built Up the Religious
Llfo of Kphesus.
Paul Kntern Upon His Missionary
Journey, and Strengthens the Older
Churches. Acts 18:22-2.'. When Paul
had completed his second missionary
Journey he went up to Jerusnlem to
pay his respects to tho mother church
there, nnd doubtless, as nt other times,
he told the wondrous story of the
work of God in bringing so many Gen
tiles Into the kingdom. Hero ho would
remain long enough to complete his
vow, the apostle to the Gentiles In lov
ing accord with tho mother church.
Then he went down to tho home
church which had sent him forth.
Hero ho was always welcome. Here
ho told tho story of his missionary ad
ventures, and tho fruits of his labors.
This Is probably tho last tlmo Paul
was able to visit Antloch. It Is prob
able that while here Paul wrote the
Kplstlo to the Galatins. on receiving
the report of Timothy concerning the
churches In that region, nnd not long
nfterward ho himself went through
the region or Gulatln and Phrygla in
order, strengthening the churches, for
tnero was great need. (Gal. 1:012;
Kphesus. which Paul made his head
quarters for nearly three years or mis
sionary work, was not only the cap
itnl of tho province, but was the city
of the greatest Importalnce in all Asia
Minor, and principal emporium of
trnde in the east.
Paul rinds nn Undeveloped Church
of Ephesus, and Brings Them Into the
Fulness of tho Gospel Light. Acts
18:2110:7. The Eloquent Apollos.
When Paul lert Corinth at the close
of his second Journey, his friends
Aqulla and Priscilla went with him
as far as Kphesus. Berore Paul edi
tored upon his longer work at EphcBiis
thero came a Christian Jew or great
eloquence (v. 25) "knowing only the
baptism of John: the gospel of repen
tance and forgiveness, and Chrlstlnn
morals, nnd of Jesus who proclaimed
tho kingdom of heaven nt hand, and
worked many miracles of love, and
died on the cross, the story which was
told In tho earlier gospels.
These things Priscilla and AquIIn
expounded to him. Then ho wont to
Greece (v. 27) nnd "helped them much
which had believed through grace."
Of this Paul once speaks In his letter
to Corinth, "I plnnted. Apollos watered
God gave the Increase." (1 Cor. 3:C).
Paul's Preaching nnd Teachlng.
Vs. 8-10. First. In the Jewish syna
gogue. Three months. To Jews. As
usual, Paul began with the Jews who
were best prepared to receive the
Gospel. "And spake boldly." It re
quired no littlo courage to take the
unpopular side, which had so often
brought him Into trouble.
Second. In tho school of Tyrannus.
Two years. To Gentiles. "Disputing,"
discouraging, arguing, "dally" and not
merely on tho Sabbath. "In the school
of ono Tyrannus." Nothing Is known
positively nbout this man.
"Continued . . , two years," In
addition to tho three months In the
synagogue. "All they which dwelt in
Asia," tho Roman province of Asia, of
which Kphesus was the capital.
"Heard the word." Paul had with him
a number of helpers, ns Timothy.
Krastus, Titus, etc.
Two Kinds of Testimonials to the
Power and Vnlue of the Gospel.- -Vs.
11-22. In addition to the holy conduct
nnd noble spirit exhibited In the or
dinary dally life there were two out
ward nnd visible testimonies to tho
truth nnd powor of the Gospol, First
Miracles of henllng nnd help. "God
wrought sneclal miracles." "Bv thn
hnnds of" the Instrumentality of
"Pnul." In Kphesus, tho center of
magic nnd witchcraft, special power
was given Paul to work miracles that
conquered them In their own strong
hold. He uctunlly did what tho
sorcerers protended to do.
Self-denial for tho Cause of Christ.
Doing right at great cost. "Mimy that
bolleved came, and confessed" that
they had been using magical prac
tices, but now, realizing that they
wero wrong, "showed their deeds" by
publicly confessing nnd renouncing
all such heathen practices, by which
doubtless they hnd been milking
"Mnny of them," referring to those
who hnd been mnglclans previous to
their conversion, "which used curious
arts," such as magic, Incaiitntions,
sleight of hand, charms, secret knowl
edge of chemistry, hypnotism, Jug
glery, and everything by which thoy
had deceived tho peoplo.
Theso men nnd women were In tho
habit of carrying nbout on their per
sons ns charms or amulets to shield
them from danger nnd from hnrm, or
to procuro them good fortuno In their
undertakings. Wo read how Croesus,
when on his funeral pile, repented
theso "Kpheslan spells."
Light from the Orient. In tho
Vienna museum nro some very old
manuscripts, called tho Fayiim manu
scripts, soino of them dated 1,200
years B. C, discovered u fow ye.rs
ngo In Egypt. Among them nro large
quantities of magical writings, with
tho Hebrew formulae.
WHAT HE FOUND HARD.
"Hit suttlnly must bo hard, Sambo.
to have do reputation foah chicken
Btenlln' wot you've got!"
"Ynss. chile, but chickens Is so
Bcarce nowadays, dat do hardest part
is Iryln' tor live up ter dut reputn.
Reprehensible to Allow It.
Husband (rending from his paper)
Here, they say, Is a comet, coming
towards the earth, traveling at the
rate of u million miles a minute.
Wife (uwnklng from a doze) Why
don't they enforce the speed laws
A Parting In High Life.
"What were the terms of the di
vorce?" "She keeps the poodle."
Dysentery, Diarrhea, Cholera
Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Colic
and Cramps. Also relieves Grip
ing Pains, Sour Stomach, Vom
iting, Sea Sickness, and Hys
terics and Nervousness due to
DR. D. JAYNE'S
Btops pain immediately and al
most invariably brings about
speedy recovery. This medicine
Is just as safe as it is effective.
Get a bottle at your druggist's,
and keep it always in the houBe.
For the children's sake, don't
go away for the Summer with-
out taking a supply along.
Per Bottle, 25c
Dr. D. Jaynt'a Expectorant la a
reliable remedy for croup and
whooping couch, couehs and colds.
UmTsT ' Z71 jt -'',y)
322 SHOES $350
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