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1 "HIHDcmg. .Tn-iTr)
Mru. Hill Now, tell me at once
where have you been all tlilu tline?
Hill Why, dear, It hasn't been
Mrs. Hill How daro yon tell me
that? You have been out all night.
Why We Are Stronger.
The old Greeks and Romans woro
grcnt admirers of health and strength;
their pictures and Mutuary made thu
muscles of the men stand out like
As a matter of fact wo have ath
letes and strong men men fed on
fine strength making food such as
Quaker Oats that would win In any
contest with the old Konian or Greek
It's a matter of food. The finest food
for making strength of bone, muscle
and nerve Is line oatmeal. Quaker
Oats Is tho best becnuso It Is pure, no
liusks or stems or black specks. Farm
ers' wives are finding that by feeding
the farm hands plentifully on Quaker
Oats they get tho best results In work
and economy. If you are convenient
to tho store, buy the regular size pack
ages; If not near tho store buy tho
largo size family package. 12
Douglas Jcrrold's Wit.
On the first night ol the represent a-i
tlon of .lerrold's pieces a successful)
adapter from the Fionch rallied lilm
on Ills nervousness.
"I," said the adapter, "never feel,
nervous on the first night of my(
"All, my boy," Jerrold replied, "you
are always certain of success. Your
pieces have all been tried before."
Ho was sorely disappointed with a
certain hook written by one of his
friends. This friend heard Hint Jer
rold had expressed his disappoint
ment and questioned him: "I hear
you said was the worst book I
"No, 1 didn't," canto the answer; "1
said It was the wotst book anybody
Of a mistaken philanthropist Jer
rold said he was "so benevolent, so
merciful a man ho would have held
an umbrella over a duck In a shower
of rain." Argonaut.
No Snort Haul for Him.
"This is where you get off," said the
"Hut I haven't rid fur enough," said
the Hillville man.
"Can't help that. You can't go tiny
further on this ticket."
"My friend," snld tho man, "It's tho
fural timo I ever rid on a railroad
train, an' of you ain't a better man
than what 1 am I'm a-goln' to sot right
hero till I see whar tho road ends. 1
know It must end soine're, an' I'm curi
ous to see whar. Here's one- more
dollar. Now, go 'long an' let mo
What's the Matter with Baby?
"I wonder what makes baby cry
so?" said tho llrst friendly person.
"Perhaps a pin Is anuoylng It," ven
''Or else It's hungry," said a third.
"Or teething," said another. "You
can't do anything for that."
"Aw, look at the way he's kicking,
and see how his little fists are- doubled
up," put In Hobby. "Ho wants some
body of his own size to light with,
that's what ho wants."
Coffee's Weight on Old Age.
When prominent men realize the In
jurious effects of coffee and tho chango
in health that Postum can bring, they
are glad to lend their testimony for
tho benefit of others.
A superintendent of public schools In
North Carolina says:
"My mother since her enrly child
hood, was an inveternte coffeo drinker
and had been troubled with her henrt
for a number of years, nnd com
plained of that 'weak all over' feeling
and sick stomach.
"Some timo ago I was making an of
ficial visit to a distant part of tho
country and took dinner with ono of
tho morchnnts of tho plnce. I no
ticed a somewhat peculiar flavor of
tho coffee, and asked him concerning
it. Ho replied that It was Postum.
"I was so pleased with It, that after
tho meal was over, I bought n pack
age to carry homo with mo, and had
wife prcparo some for tho next mcnl.
Tho wholo family liked It so well, that
wo discontinued coffeo and used
"I had really been at times very anx
ious concerning my mother's condition,
but wo noticed that nftor using
Postum for a short timo, she felt so
much better than sho did prior to its
use, nnd had little trouble with her
heart and no sick stomach; that thn
headaches wero not so frequent, nnd
her general condition much Improved.
This continued until Bho wns ns woll
nnd hearty as the rest of us.
"I know Postum hns benefited my
self and tho other members of tho fam
ily, but not In so mnrked a degreo as
In tho case of my mother, as sho was
it victim of long standing."
Head "The Itoml to yollvillo," In
"There's a lleason."
i;or renil ln- alum- letter? A new
one iiiiiriii-N friiin lime lo lm. They
arc Kt'iiiiliii! trut-t uml full ot Iiuiuiin
prisoib get out
GAIN LIBERTY BY REMOVING
! STONE FROM BUILDING.
! HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE
What Is Going on Here and Thero
That Is of Interest to the Read
ers Throughout Nebraska
Beatrice, Neb. The first Jail break
ing occurring in He.itrlce for several
years took place Thursday evening
nbout eight o'clock when Clarence
Cain and Henry Heck, two prisoners
succeeded in removing a stono from
tho rear of tho Jail and making their
escape. They are still at large. Cain
was awaiting trial on tho charge of
attempting to murder Kdward John
son, a lelatlve. Hock, the other man
who escaped, was sent from Wymore
Monday to serve out a thlity-day sen
tence, Inning pleaded guilty to u
charge of being drunk and dlsorderlj
Two other prisoners confined In the
Jail made no attempt to escape. They
wero Hertucci. the Italian charged
with tho murder of a Wymore boy,
and a ninn by the name of Kdwanl
Heck, awaiting trial on a charge of
wife desertion. Sheriff Trade was ab
sent when the break occuned. halng
gono to tho state fair at Lincoln. His
deputy, Henry Hurke, Is conducting
tho search for tho men.
Conference at Kearney.
Kearney, Nob. The thirty-third an
nual session of the west Nebraska
conference of the United Hrethren
church convened In this city Wednes
day afternoon. About sixty minis
ters and delegates aro here and forty
nioro are expected. Hlshop W. M.
Wilkoy, D. 1).. of Kansas City, wan
unable to attend as ho was pios
trated with tho heat three weeks
ago and lias been confined to his
home since. Pros. W. K. Schell of
York was elected chairman pro torn
and L. L. Eplcy was elected secre
tary. Tho afternoon was taken up
with the usual routino work of tho
business session. L. O. Miller of
Dayton. Ohio, general church treas
urer, and J. M. Phillips of tho same
city, editor of tho Hellglous Tele
scope, were both present represent
ing tho general Interests of tho
Rob Safe In Store of $50.
Wymore, Neb. Tho store of tho
Wymore Drug company was entered
early Thursday morning mid $.0 was
lakon from tho safe and cash regis
ter. Kntranco was gained through
a screen door by cutting tho screen
and raising tho hook and taking a
pane of glass from the other door
and turning the key, which had been
left In tho lock. Tho combination of
tho safe was manipulated and the
safe opened that way. Tho Inner
cash drawer, which Is n combination
lock nffalr. had been left open. The
work Is supposed to have been done
by professionals nt the business or
by some one fnmlliar with tho storo
and tho combination to tho safe. No
clue has been obtained.
' Officers are Elected.
Hastings, Nob. At a business
meeting of the Seventh liny Advent
ists held Thursday morning the fol
lowing officers wero elected: Elder
A. T. Uohlimnn, president of tho con
ference; Klder C. II. Miller of
Wayne, vice-president; M. 13. Ellis,
socretnry; Miss Anna M. Peterson,
treasurer. This Is Rider Robinson's
sixth term ns president.
Vote Down Proposition.
Sutton, Neb. Tho city election to
voto Sliil.OOO for extension of tho
waterworks system and tho purchnso
of electric light plant resulted In a
defeat by a much larger majority
than that of tho first election. It
was practically tho sanio proposition
thnt was defeated onco before. The
voters considered tho amount asked
to bo excessive.
Wedded Flfty.four Years.
Nebraska City, Nob. Wednesday
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Hnll colobrated
tholr fifty-fourth wedding anniver
sary. They woro married In thla city
and havo slnco mado it tholr homo.
They nro tho oldest couplo In tho
etnto that woro married hero. Both
aro woll preserved, and llvo with
their mnriied daughter, Mrs. J. E.'
Enrollment Shows Increase.
Schuyler, Neb. Tho cky schools
havo oponcd with an Increased en
rollment. Tho high school depart
ment starts with tho following fnc
ulty: Prof. Charles Arnot, superin
tendent; It. O. Hrownoll, principal,
with Miss Daisy Simmons and F. C.
Grnmp as assistants. Miss Simmons
will havo charge of tho Lntln and
Fromont, Neb. For tho second
timo In eight days an unknown man
haB been crushed to death under a
Union Pacific train In Dodgo county
and hla body and clothing Is bo badly
mutilated as to mnko Identification
Impossible. Tho second Instanco of
a frightful accident by which a
stranger was ground to pieces camo
to light Wednesday morning nt
North Bend, whon mombors of a
freight crow found hits of floBh
Btrown nlong tho track Just east of
tho town. Presently they found an
arm. Later other pieces of a man
gled body were picked up.
Sunday School Lciton for Stpt. 19, 1009
Specially ArmncoJ lorThi P.iper
I 1 MSnX Tl XT rti 1". W, :i 17.
(;iilim:n ti:t s. miK'uiiy grow
llii- woul of iiiul nitil rt willed." Aetn
Subject: Travels with St. Paul by
Sea and Laud.
There never wns so much Interest
in missions among the people of this
country as theie Is today.
About two years ago (from the date
of this lesson) one of our largest
steamships, filled with persons Inter
ested In Sunday schools, sailed for
Home to hold a comentlon there.
Thiee jours before liu HUM) another
steamship was tilled with delegates to
a World's Sunday School convention
In Jerusalem. Both these great com
panies stopped at mission stations,
learned about the needs of the mis
sions, ami took up large contributions
for them fuiiu the passengeis whose
Interest was gieatly awakened,
amounting to oor $110,000.
A filend of mine Is sending his sou
and wife on a two year's tour turning
the Protestant missions of the world
to make a thorough study of them.
All the great missionary societies
are sending vIslDmg delegates to their
He had made one Journey before wo
We ptopose to stop nt each city,
and recall the events, the persons, tho
stoiles and tho special teachings
which belong to It.
The Second Missionary Journoy.
From Antioch to Asia Minor, Europe,
returning through Jerusalem to An
tloch again. Extending fiom A. D. 00
to fill.--Acts ir.:3G 18:22.
Antloch of Syria.-The first foreign
missionary church; Paul, Barnabas,
Silas, leading members. For tho city
of Antioch, seo lesson IV of the sec
ond quarter. Why Paul took Silas In
stead of Barnabas.
Land Jouinoy. Paul nlotio going
north through "tho Cillcian gates," a
pass In the great mountain range.
Then he turned westward.
Dei be. The city farthest east in
Paul's first journey.
Lystra In Lycaonla. Mere Paul had
healed a mnn; and wns stoned. (First
Journey) Hero Paul was Joined by
Silns (v. I "they" instead of "he" In
vs. Kl). Timothy became Paul's as
sistant. Iconlum. An attempted assault on
Paul; church here. Established in the
Antioch In Plsidia. Paul's sermon.
A church founded. Paul expelled.
Still by land. They passed through
Galatla to which the above cities prob
ably belonged, and through Phrygla,
to the northwest to
Troas, a Port on the Aegean Sea.
Pn ill's first lslt here; the vision nnd
Macedonian call. Ileie Paul, Silns and
Timothy were joined by Luko (v, 10
"wo" Instead of "they"). Paul and
Eutychus six years later. (Lesson
X.) Troas and ancient Troy.
By sea to Nenpolls, the port of Phil
Ippl. By land to Phlllppl.
Phillppl. Secular history; Lydla.
The sibylline girl. Imprisonment of
Paul and Silns. Paul delivered. Tho
Jailor contorted. Paul released by tho
magistrates. The church at Phillppl.
A letter of Paul's to the Phillpplans.
By laud toward tho south.
Thessalonica. Ancient history.
Modern missionary station; a church
founded. Blot by their enemies.
Paul sent forward. Letter to the
Berea. Bible study by tho Hero
mis; Pnul again assaulted.
From Turkish empire Into Greece.
Athens. Tho city. Tho philoso
phers; nltar to tho unknown God.
Paul on Mars' hill. Few converts.
Corinth. The city. Paul hero a
year and six months; a largo church
Two letters to them. Aquila, Prls
cilia, Silas, Timothy, Apollos, Gnlllo.
Close of work In second Journey.
The Third Missionary Journey.
From Antioch, through Asia Minor
and Europe, to Jerusalem. Extend
ing from A. D. 53 to f.G or 57. Acts
Asia Minor. Travel by land. Pnul
revisited tho churches hero, Derho,
Lystra, Iconlum and Antioch of Pl
sidia, as on tho previous Journoy, till
he enmo to Ephesus.
EphesuB. The city. The company
of disciples of John; tho exorcists;
burning of tho books of magic;
shrines of Diana; the mob; a flour
ishing church; tho seven churches of
Asia in this region; letter to the
Ephoslans; Pnul, Timothy, Erastus,
Gains, Aristarchus, Demetrius, Scova.
By sea to Macedonln: Phillppl,
By land to Grecco: Athens, Cor
inth, thrco months.
Tho return. By land to Phlllppl.
By sea to Troas, Miletus, down tho
const, turning eastward to Tyre,
Ptolemnls, Ccsnrca, Jerusalem.
Events by tho way. At Miletus.
At Tyro. At Cesarea.
What impressions does this gen
oral view mnko upon you ns to tho
progress of tho gospel? How long
Blnco tho day of Pentecost?
Whnt impression docB it mnko ne
to the character of Paul?
How docB it compare with modern
How does giving to missions nnd
Interest in missions broaden your
character? Does giving to' missions
and Interest in them lesson your in
terest In God's work right around
Do you give? Do you earn what
Physicians Recommend Castoria
" ASTORIA lias inotwitli pronounced favor on tlio part of physicians, pliarma-
coutical societies and medical authorities. It is used by physicians with
results most gratifying. Tho oxtondod uso of Ca3toria is unquestionably tlia
result of thrco facts: First Tho indisputable ovidonco that it is harmless:)
'second That it not only allays stomach pains and quiets tho norvos, but assimi
lates tho food : Thin it is an agrooablo and porfect substitute for Castor Oil.
It is absolutely safo. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or othor narcotio
and does not stupofy. It is unliko Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's,
Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how
ever, is to oxposo danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tho day
for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignoranco ought to ond. To
our knowlcdgo, Castoria is a romedy which produces composuro and health, by
regulating tho systemnot by stupofying it and our readers aro ontitlcd to
tho information. Hall's Journal of JUcalUu
fflZffl ' res,
Al.( (MIDI. .1 IMMI 1'1'K.W
AN cgelaWe Prtpantfion IcrAs
( inft ihc Stomachs aiul Utnrels of
ncss nnd KeskCotUalns neither
Opiuni.Morphmc nor Mineral.
Not Narcotic. ,
Apcrforl IU-mcily forConsllpa-
i Inn SmtrSlnrnrh.lllarrllOfa
,..., mll nccnpSri'KP. I
FacSimitc Signature of
Guaranteed under mc I'oodni
. .1. u i. m i , Itt1rft .HEZjT
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
DLviri I. . ' i'.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color more aoadi hrlohter and latter colors than any other die. Onn 10c packaoe colon all flbert. They dye In cold water boiler than any othor dys. You can di
anj ctrmont without rlpplna apart. Wrilo for Ireo booklet-How to Dio, Uleach and Mix Colors. MONROE DltUO CO., Qulncy, tllfnot.
Mottoes of a Queen.
Her majesty, the queen of Portugal,
pins her faith, It Ik mild, to the follow
Keep out of doors all you can.
Ureathe outdoor air, llvo la It, revel
in It. Don't shut yourself up. Hiilld
your houseR no that the air supply
Is good. Throw away your portieres
and brlc-a-brae. Uon't havo useless
trifles about you.
Havo a favorite form of exercise
and make tho most of It. Uldo on
hoiHobnek if you can; cycle If you can
not get a horse; do anything to get
out In the open air.
! Don't overeat. Drink little and let
that little be pure. Don't try to
diess too much, yet dress as well as
you aro able. Wear everything you
can to make yourself lovely.
With n smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist Just as well at home as tho
steam laundry can; It will hnvo tho
proper stiffness and finish, there will
bo less wenr and tear of tho goods,
and It will bo a positive pleasure to
use a Starch that does not stick to tho
Where Rice Excels.
".My mamma says that rice Is a bet
ter food than wheat."
"Why is It?"
"Hccauso of tho food elephants It
A Ffaro dooil Tiling.
"Am m-lnif AM.IIN'B KUUT-HASK. and
ran truly xuy 1 would nut h.ivo hcun with
out It 8(i loiitf, 1 iiil I known tlio relief It
would kIvu my urlilng feet. I think It a
ruro Kootl thing for um ono liavltu; hom
or tired feet. Mis. Miitllila Holtwert,
J'rovldoneo, It. I." Bold by all DruggliHa,
25c. AhI to-Uity.
"Alas!" moaned tho egg on the
kitchen table, waiting for tho cook's
heater, "give every man his dessert
and which of us escapes whipping?'1
Good for Sore Eyes,
for 100 veins I'KTTIT'S i:YK SAI.VK has
positively filled e,u dihv.ibCH evetvwliere.
All dtuggistuorllowardllros.jIJuITnlo.X. .
When a girl orders flowers sent
home It's a tlgn that sho expects tho
neighbors to think some man scut
Smokers aIko like Lewis' Finnic Hinder
cipar for Uh purity. It in never doped,
only tobacco in its natural state.
Watch any man long enough and
you will hco him do something ho
ought to ho nshamed of.
Mr. Wlnglow' Hootlilni,- Kyrtiii.
t'orcbllilrrn irt!iluir, mttunn tlio itutni, rftJucc In
ttammalluu, illaye nam, cure j w Inil collu. iuu a IjuU.c.
Womnii thinks hho will bo man's su
perior when she gets her rights.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
Dr. 13. Ilnlstciul Scott, ol Chicago, Ilia., naya: "I havo nrcscrlhcil your
Castoria often for Infanta ilurlng my jirnctlro, anil flint It very Katlnfactory."
Dr. William Uuhnont, of Clovulntul, Ohio, i;ay8: "Your Castoria utando
flrht in lta claim. In my thirty ycaiB of iruetlco I can Bay I novcr havo
found anything that bo filled tho iilaco."
Dr. J. II. Taft, or Brooklyn , N. Y., nays: "I havo usod your Cantorla nndt
found it nn excellent remedy In my household and nrlvato yiractlco for
niaiiy yearn. Tho formula la excellent."
Dr. ft. J. Hanilcn, of Detroit, Mich., nayn: "I prcacrlho your Cantorlu
extensively, no I luivo never found anything to equal It for chlldrnn'a
troubles. I nm nwnro that thero aro Imitations In tho fluid, but I nhvayo
ceo that my patients got Fletcher's."
Dr.Wm. J MoCrann, of Omnha, Neb., nayn: "An tho fathor of thirteen
children I certainly know something about your great modlclno, and naldo
from my own family exporlenco I havo In my yearn of practlco found Caa
torla n popular and clllcicnt remedy In almost overy homo."
Dr. J. ft. Clausen, of Philadelphia, l'a., naya: "Tho namo Hint your Cas
toria lias mado for Itnclf In tho tcna of thousands of homes blessed by tho
presenco of children, scarcely ncedo to bo supplemented by tho endorse
ment of tho medical profession, but I, for one, most heartily endorao It and
bellevo It nn excellent remedy."
Dr. It. M. Ward, of Kancan City, Mo., Days: 'Thyslclann generally do notj
prescribe proprietary prcparallonit, but In tho caao of Castoria my experi
ence, lllto that of many other physicians, haB taught mo to malco an ex
ception. I prcscrlbo your Castoria In my practlco becauso I havo found It
to bo n thoroughly rollnblo remedy for children's complaints. Any physi
cian who has raised a family, as I havo, will Join mo In heartiest recom
mendation of Castoria."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
r r r avw a a. & .
fjyxLOT Jr Jrs &JitGr
The KM You Have Mways Bought
in Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CINTkUfl COMPANr, TT MUHtlAT STRICT, NCWVOI1HOITV.
SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS
Gimlet Filths claims to havo caught
a catfish weighing r0 pounds down
In tho creek, does lie' Well, it's safe
to say he's lying to the extent of about
Hammer Not If ho hearB you say It.
Sho She told mo you told her that
secret I told you not lo tell her.
Ho The mean thing! I told her
not to tell you I fold her.
She I promised her 1 wouldn't tell
you she told me, so don't toll her 1
The Most Unkindest Cut.
First (Jiildo Were you over shot
for a doer?
Second Guide Worse; I was snap
II'h the jtidKiifiit of iiinttv finokcr-t tlmt
Lewii.' Niitfle Hinder fio cigar equaU ill
quality moit Kle cigara .
If a girl admires a young ninn and
keeps lit tn at a distance, It's either be
cause she Is bashful or becauso sho
has been eating onions.
VJatlnwu'y . 1 k? lll'll It I II III
MIK l rTnI III
wncn a woman speaks ol her
silent secret suffering sho
trusts you. Million!, have be
stowed this mark of confi
dence on Dr. U. V. Pierce,
of Huffalo, N. Y. livery
where there are women who
bear witness to the wonder
working, curing-power ol Dr.
1'icrce's Pavorita Prescription
which saves tho suffering sex
from pain, und successfully
grapple:, with woman's weak
Pleasant I'cIIets Induce
i- - . - j.
ms I to
A Queer Malady.
Kprlgg went to a noted physician to
ask advice us to his health. In pom
pous tones he addressed the doctor:
"I ah havo como to ah ask
you all what what is ah tho
doosld mattnw with me ah!"
"1 find that your heart is affected,"
said the physician, gravely.
"Oh ah anything else ah?"
"Yes; your lungs aro affected, too."
"Anything ah else ah?"
"Yes; our manners are also af
Sheer white goods, in met, any flno
wash goods when now, owo much ol
their attractiveness to tho way thoy
are laundered, this being dono in a
manner to enhance their toxtllo beau
ty. Homo laundering would bo equal
ly satisfactory If proper attention waa
given to starching, the first essential
being good Starch, which hassufllclent
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Defiance Starch and
you will be pleasantly surprised at tho
Improved appearance of your work.
Troubles of People on Venus.
Inhabitants of Venus, If thero nro
any, must feel It extremely difficult to
phtabllHli units of time. Venus nlwayu
turns the same face toward tho sun;
so tho planet has no di y, and tho
lack of a moon dcprlyc' .t of a month.
Finally, it lias no year, for Kb axis of
intation is perpendicular to thu piano
of Its orbit, and the latter is almost
The "Black-Hand" Business.
Mrs. Hart My husband got a lottor
today saying something dreadful
would happen If ho didn't send tho
writer a sum of money.
Mib. Smart My hiiBband geta
dunned for his bills, too.
Honored by Women
nesses nnd stubborn i'.'.s.
IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONG
IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL.
No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her con
fidence niUpluccd when htm wroto for advice, to
the "Wohld's DiscsNSAuv MuniCAi, Association! Dr.
It. V. Pierce, President, Duffalo, N. Y.
mild natural bowel movement once a day.
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