TOE niCH5rONl PAfc UaOTUCT ANT) tnm-TEXECflXAII, IIOSDAT SEFTEMBElt 27, 1909.
WEATHER HO MS
He Dished Up to Local Public
A Much Varied Article
STRAW HATS AND ARCTICS
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All Week, Sept 27 to Oct. 2
TT?TT3TU,7T? SIT liH A TO We will Give THREE pounds of the best
IT I&IEjIEj Granulated Sugar FREE with each FIFTY
CENT purchase of Tea, Coffee Spices, faking Powder or Extract.
Notice Our Green Stamp Specials
For PFesemQ Ween?
The line Is now ot Its very bed.
ONE DAY SUMMER SUITINGS
WERE IN ORDER, THEN THE
FOLLOWING DAY OVERCOAT8
WERE IN BIG DEMAND.
Straw hats, overcoats, low shoes and
rubbers were in order last week. Tho
weather man dished oat a conglomera
tion of weather that ought to have sat
isfied everyone,. even the most fastid
ious. From 87 degrees on Wednesday
when suffering humanity sought re
lief in the cool fragrant breezes of the
surrounding woods, the mercury drop
ped to 35 degrees on Saturday and be
tween trips to the cellar to see if tha
furnace was going all right, this same
suffering humanity made a careful in
voice of the winter's supply of cloth
ing. There were but two perfectly
clear days during - the entire week.
Sunday, the 19th and Saturday, the
25th. The rainfall for the week was
slight, but ,74 of an inch of precipita
tion being registered on Wednesday
and Thursday, by Walter Vossler, me
teorological observer at the water
works pumping station, east of the
city. . , . ,
Hay Feverites Happy.
There were several heavy frosts dur
ing the week, and the nuts came rat
tling down. The local peach crop
suffered to a certain extent by the
frosts, but the damage was not great.
It is thought the hot weather is about
over now, which causes great rejoicing
in the heart of every hay fever patient.
That winter is near at hand is evi
denced by the chilly atmosphere of the
past few days and coal dealers expect
to do a land office business this week.
The mercury early this morning hov
ered around the freezing mark and it
would not be at all surprising if a thin
coating of ice were seen on some of the
creeks in the country before the week
is over. The fall of "the beautiful," is
expected soon, also, If present weather
conditions prevail. The dally tem
perature for the past week was as fol
Sunday, .................. 86 47
Monday .... .. .. ........86 57
Tuesday.. ......77 59
Wednesday .87 04
Thursday.. ....79 58
Friday .. .. .. ............68 37
Saturday .. .......... .. ..04 35
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Kansas Professor Says Mid
dle West Farmer Spoils
TOO BUSY GROWING CROPS
LITTLE ONES, HE ASSERTS, ARE
BEING BROUGHT UP BY "GUESS,
HEARSAY AND ALSO BY MUCH
Topeka, Kansas, Sept. 27. Farmers
In the Middle West are so wrapped up
In the production of wheat and corn
and in growing meaty steers and fat
porkers that they are likely to neglect
the upbringing of their children. Such
is the conclusion of Professor William
A. McKeever, of the Kansas State Ag
ricultural College. He is preparing a
set of bulletins telling the fanners
how to false better sons and daugh
Professor McKeever is sending his
bulletins broadcast from Manhattan,
Kansas, where they are printed most
ly through subscriptions of business
men of the State.
"We have special courses In poultry
That you could give up a bad
habit and take on a good one
by a change from coffee to
V7c!iat Yoa Do II?
A ten days trial of well
made POSTUM will prove
whether or not your ails come
from coffee. .
It te worth the experiment,
for It's keen fan to be well.
Battle Crek. Mich..
HI You Know 1
10 Stamps with a half pound can Cocoa 20c
10 8tampe with 1 box perfumed Toilet Soap.... 10c
10 Stamp with 1 lb. best head Rice .....10c
10 Stamps with 1 Jar pure Fruit Jam .....15c
10 Stamp with 2 lb. Tapioca, each 8c
10 Stamp with 1 cake Atlantic Sweet Chocolate 10c
10 8tamp with 1 box Atlantic Talcum Powder.. 15c
727 Main Street
raising, pig raising and horse breed
ing," he said in one of these bulletins,
"while parents go right on In the good
old way of rearing children by guess,
hearsay and superstition. As a con
sequence the first children In a good
many families are used for experi
mental purposes, and though they
may be well born their prospects of a
useful career are often blighted forev
-Professor McKeever believes in the
doctrine of work for children, coupled
with parental attention, as the general
basis for rearing a better crop of sons
and daughters. Obedience, he finds,
is generally regarded as the first vir
tue for a child, but obedience without
the most intelligent direction is worse
than untrammelled liberty. He feels
that appreciation is lacking of the
dignity of quiet home life.
Professor McKeever's bulletins cov
er many topics in the rearing of child
ren in small towns and on farms.
Very Effective for Kidney,
Bladder and Rheumatic
The function of the lridnevs in to
filter and strain the impurities from
the blood. Pains in the urinary region
and the small of the back indicate
that the kidneys are sick and need
treatment. Neglecting such symp
toms brings rheumatism, diabetes,
dropsy and heart trouble, while a sim
ple nome treatment will restore and
keep the kidneys in fine working ord
er. Being a mild, balmy healing tonic,
old and young can use with perfect
safety. One-half ounce fluid extract
Buchu; compound fluid Balm wort, one
ounce; compound syrup Sarsaparilla.
two ounces; mix in a bottle. Take a
teaspoonful before each meal. At night
take another dose, drinking plenty of
A local druggist savs he fills It fre
quently for the best physicians.
A OITECTIVE DUPED
Tells Judge a Story Amusing
To Everybody Except
HIS VICTIM FOOLED HIM
(American News Ser vie a
Chicago, Sept 27. C. H. Stewart, a
Pittsburg detective appeared before
Municipal Judge Beitler at the Harri
son Street court to prosecute S. Far
rell, by whom he claimed to have been
duped and robbed.
Stewart , told an amusing story
amusing to everybody except himself
ot how Farrell had unfurled to him
scheme for gaining the reward offered
for the capture of two men who had
blown up a railroad bridge at Steuben,
He admitted Farrell had fooled him,
and said he not only failed to capture
the bridge wreckers, but lost his purse
watch, jewelry and about everything
else about him which was portable.
Farrell admitted the theft and was held
to the grand Jury in bonds of $3,000.
"Farrell told me one of the men was
living In Chicago," Stewart told the
Judge, and pointed out where I could
pounce upon him unexpectedly and
then claim the reward. ' '
"We came to Chicago all right, and
went to the Wellington hotel, where I
engaged a room for both of us. When
I woke up the next morning my pock
ets were empty and all my money was
Could Tell Sandy.
Emily-It is delightful to feel that
one la so near home.' We ought to
sight Sandy Hook this afternoon.
Dora Shall we? Bow delightful!
Dost tell me which he is. I can al
ways pick a Scotch mas oat of a boa-
10 8tamp with 1 bottle Atlantic Celery Salt..... 15c
10 Stamp with 2 box Atlantic Washing Pow
der, each '.. ...... ... Se
10 Stamps with 1 bottle Catsup .10e
10 8 tamp with 1 can Table Syrup , .....10c
10 Stamps with 1 pound Corn Starch ...10"
10 Stamps with 1 lb. 8oda .....................10c
10 8tamp with 1 can Seep Polish ...10c
All Week, September 27 to
Y. M. C. ft. IS TO
FOR THE SEASON
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Vocal and Instrumental Concert Co.
The ticket for the entire course Is
only $1.50. Single admissions, 35
cents; children under twelve years,
The course ticket sale will be limit
ed. Religious Department.
An article headed "Our Religion"
which needs comment is as follows:
The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation stands for a manly Christianity
and calls upon manly young men to
face .the question of personal religion,
and give it the same careful consid
eration they would give to any other
question of vital importance. Howev
er, we concede to every man the right
to decide all such matters for him
self. We do not attempt to force men
to be religious, but hope to win them
to the cause of Christianity by demon
strating that the only perfect type of
man is the Christian man.
Bible classes will be organized for
men and a course of sit men's mass
meetings will be conducted.
Men of prominence and great abil
ity have been secured, as you will
notice from this schedule:
October 31, 1909 DeWitt Miller,
subject: "The Indispensable Book."
November 21, 1909 Adrian Newens,
subject: "The Sky Pilot." ,
December 19, 1909 Dr. S. C. Woods,
subject: "The Social Evil."
January 2, 1910 Gov. Robt. B.
Glenn, subject to be announced later.
February 20, 1910 Dr. E. A. Steiner,
subject to be announced later.
March 1910 George G. Mahy,
subject to be announced later.
All religious features are open to
all men whether members or not.
In Boys' Department.
The work to be carried on in the
boys' department will be in charge of
Secretary Orville Brunson. Its work
will be principally Bible study and it
is expected that 150 boys will be en
rolled. The different classes will be
in charge of competent instructors in
cluding, teacher's training class. Or
ville Brunson; Phi Bettas, Prof. Geo.
Hamilton, of the high school; Alpha
Omegas, Rev. S. R. Lyons, pastor of
Reid Memorial church; Ionian, Lester
Haworth, Earlham; junior high school,
Paul Brown, Earlham; Hard Boiled
Eggs, Clifford Plummer; , Delta Sig
mas, Perley Denniun, Earlham ; Gar
field No. 2, Albert Hall, Earlham;
The F. O. W. Club. Prof. W. C. Con
rad, principal of the Baxter school;
Junior No. 1. Prof. W. S. Hiser. su
pervisor of manual training of the pub
lic schools: Junior No. 2, Orville
Wright, Earlham. Other classes will
be organized as the occasion demands.
Mr. Brunson will not permit any Indi
vidual class to be too large for com
The classes will be organized at a
banquet of the Boy's department. Y.
M. C. A. chapel. Wednesday evening,
September 29. The program is as fol
Vocal Solo Leroy. Lacey.
- Bible Study from College Standpoint
L. C. Haworth, Earlham College.
Presentation of. Diplomas Sharon
E. Jones. President Board of Directors.
Retrospect Hubert Smith. Chair
man Bible Study Committee.
G E FJ
SesSs cow ed!l23
Prises, 25 to $UD
Future Plans O. M. Brunson.
Vocal Solo Leroy Lacey.
la Gym Department.
R. J. Horton, physical director of
the association has Issued a call for
all members who desire to participate
in the gymnasium work to meet at the
gymnasium this evening for organiza
tion. The following calendar has been
issued, for the events scheduled this
September 27 Gymnasium classes
October 16 Junior cross-country
October 30 Intermediate hare and
October 30. Organization of fencing
and aquatic clubs.
November 11 Parents' night.
November 13 Junior aquatics.
- November 25 Thanksgiving Day
November 25 Opening basketball
December , 4 Intermediate pentath
December 11 Bible class monlight
December 18 Sunrise hike.
December 18 Intermediate aquatics.
January 1 New Year's athletic
January 8 Hare and hound.
January 22 Water sports carnival.
February 11 Indoor circus (all
February 19 Junior and Junior
February 26 Volley-ball tourna
ment. March 2 Indoor baseball league
March 16 Aquatic championships
March 25 Stunt night.
April 14 Intermediate gymnastic
April 22 Senior gymnastic cham
pionship. April 30 Fencing championships.
May 20 Second annual exhibition.
May 27 Gymnasium men's banquet.
June 11 Junior and Intermediate
athletic meet (outdoor).
June 20 Boys' annual picnic.
The Szirkosky Entertainment Co.
will present their entertainment on
Wednesday evening, the 29th, at the
Christian church under the . anspices
of the Central Aid Society. Tickets,
10 and 10c
Record Breaking Business.
One of the first of last season's big
theatrical successes to start en tour is
Henry E. Dixey in "Mary Jane's Pa."
which Henry W. Savage will offer at
the Gennett, Oct. 5, and wise manag
ers have already hailed the enormous
business done by this star and play.
as an indication of the most prosper
ous of seasons.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY.
WESTCOTT HOTEL CIGAR
AND NEWS STAND
Fine Cigars, Tdbacco, Candies,
Chewing Gum, Newspapers and
Magazines. Open all night.
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Scats ca sale tcc:
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13 to ZUCO
We have advertised for
several months that we have
an instrument that will ena
ble you to hear ORDINARY
CONVERSATI ON, LEC
TURES, SERMONS, MUSIC,
ETC., with ease and comfort.
Several have tried this little
article and found it very suc
cessful. It will cost you
nothing to call at the store
and .try the Stolz Electro
phone; so come today.
Chas. Ho Haner
The Jeweler -810
Empire Peninsular It's a
"Peninsular,' that means it
carries an iron-clad guaran
tee. Gives comfort and sat
isfaction. Sells for $34.00,
Cash or payments. '
Oar hloh water marZi Is 32,CC0 fcarrcfcj
handle f our Iiindo, any of ivbisEi arc
nave preference lor certain Kings cl wctll
ALPHA ATLAS " .
This grade is used by the finest eon- This Is the Cement that the United
craters in the city, who make a spec- States uses in the construction of the
laity of artistic work. It has a fine- Panama Canal. 4,MOjOQO barrels ware
ness of texture and eveness of color bought for the canal btcause of its
unexcelled. It makes nice white uniform quality. If Ifs good enough
walks. for Uncle Sam. Ifa good enough far
This, is excel lent quality for con- This la a good grade of cement mi
crete structural work. It has the ten- . ad! for inside concreting,
alio strength, which makes it desirable It Is used very extensively In ansae
for thia purpose. This cement is used : Mrk far whk It baa rial nil
in the new High School building. It JJ . ' w-
also makes durable walks.
Misses 0&50 to 0116.50 -LatiHes
03.50 tt 025.G0
See the Specials at 010,
012.50, 015.00 and 020.CO
HI. C. Easemmeflep Co.
Monday end Tcsc2ay
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rest easy afterwards that It will en
dure a long as could be reasonably
expected. Plumbing cannot be slight
ed and when yoa contract for the Job
go to a reliable and expert plumber
with experience and high reputation
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