The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1911 Page: 6 of 8
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DANIEL AND HIS
SaaJar StUI l "o« for S t. 10, 1(11
Sp*ciAlly An«ii««d lor Thil P*fW
"Chimney Pot" Hat
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Taking No Chances.
"They say that people, through as-
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"Then I must decline to be engaged
to you, Mr. Wombat, even for *
couple of weeks."
;,K8H()N TEXT—Daniel 1:S 20.
MKMIIRT VKIISKH. *. 9
GO I. DEN TEXT.—"It U «ood neither U
«ut llf.li, ii<>r drink wine, nor unyllilni
whereby thy brother stumbleth."—Horn.
TIME —B. O. W6 « The third year «.( ]
Kin* Jeholaklm <l.raann II.). The uccea-
.Inn year of Nebuchadnessar, when Dan-
lei was carried captive to Babylon. Th,
next year I. called hi. drat year.
PEIlfuD.—Three yeara, II, O. 806-4- €03-2,
on Nehtichailneaaar'a return to llabylon
after defeating th. artnlea of Egypt.
PLACB.—Babylon on the Euphrates, Be-
fore hi. captivity Daniel lived in J.ruaa- ;
I LACE IN THE HISTORY.—I King. J
14 id: 2 citron. >ii v
PROPHETS.— Jeri-inlah and Ilahakkuk
were prophe.ylnK at Jerusalem when Dan-
iel waa carried awiiy, and Kaeklel watt lila
contemporary In Babylonia, but not In j
the city of llabylon. Ho was oil tlia river
C'hehar, aouth.a.t of tha city.
At the tlmo of this lesson the two
grent world powers were In deadly
conflict. Tho Egyptian urmy under
Necho had marched toward llnbylou
as far as Carcheiiilsh on tho Euphra-
On tho other hand Nabopolassar
with the assistance of tho Scythians ,
had conquered tho Assyrians, and de-
stroyed Nineveh, the capital, 1). C. 60S. |
The llabylonlans marched up the Eu-
phrates nnd met the Kgyptlan army
at Carehomlsh, and defeated them.
Nabopolassar, king of llabylon, sotit
Ills son Nebuchadnezzar on to ^lerusa- |
lem, who besieged that city. Jeremiah
speaks of tho selge as In 1)04, Jehoia-
klm'B fourth year, probably In the
| early past, so that a difference In the
period covered by tho Ilabylonlan nnd
the Jewish years would account for
the variation. The last part of 605
Is treated as Nebuchadnezzar's acces-
sion year, and 604 his llrst year as
At this time Nabopolassnr died and
Nebuchwlnozznr hasted back to llaby-
lon, taking with him n number of cap-
tives Including Daniel aud his three J Copyright. Underwood A Underwood. N. V.
companions, from royal or princely icKLE fashion has again made a
families, either as hostages or persons |7 rlKht.about.face. Lust year, fem-
•whom ho could train for hla official p )n,ne headwenr wa9 „n breadth,
John O. Sedain, Mo- BEAUTIFUl POST CARDS FREE
. „ , ... Seed JetiaoiD for .e ..nipte. of mj v.ry obula-
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was «o weak I stag- poat cm. hMUfti cut..™
gered like a drunken
art 1'o.t Card Club. 7S1 JaeUoo si , Topeka, Kaoaa.
man. I ran down In j N# man ,§ bage who does a true
weight from 176 to ^ word. for jrue action Is the highest
137 pounds. I had ; bel'_Henry Gllcs
practically no '
trol over the kidney
slecretloua and tha
pain In my back was
terrible. I became a
nervous wreck and was given up by
our best physicians. Like a drowning
man grasping at a straw I began us-
ing Moan's Kidney Pills and steadily
Improved. In a few months' time 1
was back at my old weight. Doan'a
Kidney Pills cured me and I give
them the entire credit."
Remember the name—Doan's.
For sale by druggists and general
storekeepers everywhere. Price 50a.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Out of the Whaleback.
Jonah Joined the Vacation Liar*
"Yes," he remarked, "I enjoyed my
ocean trip immensely."
Smile on wa h day. That', when you ti«a
Red Cross Ball Blue. Clothe, whiter than
«now. All grocer..
We live by admlraUon, hope, and
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lifVMB Oomn, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, Swollen und
8w«>allng feet, llllsleni and Calkous spota. Hold
•Tory wliero, 26c. Don t tcctpt any $ubttitute. Buin-
ple FllttK. Address Allon 8. Oluusted, Le Iloy, M.T.
Just set to work and do a thing,
and don't talk about it. This Is the
great secret of success In all enter-
Mrs. Whi.low's Soothing Syrup ror Children
teething, softrim the gums, reduced inflamma-
tion, allay* pain,cure* wind colic, 26c a bottle.
Unit's (H Eve SI Salve
THE USUAL WAY.
this year It is height; very
The names of tho four young princes broa(J br,m§
were the vogue In 1910,
were all compounded with the name | exceed|ngly nnrrow brims the vogue
of God. Daniel God Is my judge; | jn 1911 Mtniners have reverted to
llananlah—Jehovah Is gracious; lgg0 modelg (or the|r confections for
MlBhael—This is as God; Azarlah—|
Jehovah Is a helper. Their new natneB
wore compounded with those of royal- PAY ATTENTION TO THE ARMS' CLOAKINGS
ty or of Idols. Daniel was named Bel- j
teshnzzar, fnvored of Bel or Ileitis,
the great Ilabylonlan god and goddess.
Tho custom of changing names con-
tinues up to this day; any change
the coming autumn, as this pirrure,
showing a hat of a typical kind, goes
The hat Is of silk beaver, trimmed
with a broad velvet band and a tall
plume of uncurled ostrich. They come
In several colors, black, brown, grey,
golden and so on.
from Mohniuniedan to Christian, or
the reverse, being accompanlng l>7
change of name. Those four were
■oltctod from among the captives on
account of their noble descent, talent
and promise of ability, to be trained
In the languago and literature of the
Chaldeans, to be trusted officers.
When these young men were select-
ed for their future career, several
things were appointed for their train-
ing, like the training of young men
now In professional schools, after col-
FOR THE FALL
Eaty to Dress Them Becomingly So Ratine Cloths Are Certain to Be Much
to Overcome Any Natural
Thin arms are very easily dressed
becomingly, though there have been
women In the world who had every
device of the toilet at their beck and
call and yet failed to understand the
needs of their meagre arms. A cele-
brated actress and well known society
woman was one of these, and even
the surpassing loveliness of her face
could not make up for the ugliness of
the arms she was forever showing off
in short sleeves.
However, estimates of beauty have
Used by All the Fashionable
A great deal of Interest Is expressed
in ratine cloths for fall. There seems
no question that they will be consid-
erably used by all of the best houses.
The new Idea is. of course, the double
faced finish, and beautiful lines In two
colors reversible, or In plain colors
with plaid back are b.elng shown.
Colors In cloaklngs are both dark
and dull. In double faced materials
we see such combinations as navy
blue and dark red, two shades of
Havana brown, sage green, and beige.
The friends of humanity will de- J
precate want whatever it may ap-
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^.J. Miller, M.D.,St.Louis, Mo.
Oklahoma City, No. 36-1911.
lego graduation. Their namos wero changed somewhat, and with the pres- dull blue and mode, nav and taupe,
She—We distrust those
lie—And dlBllke Ihoso who do not
A Gleam of Hope.
"1 hear that Hitter's daughter eloped
with his chauffeur "
"Yes, nnd Bllter wired his forgive-
"What did ho do that for?"
"He said he though! now there
might lie n chance for him to use his
l.et us return to nature, and her
•veracities and Integrities.
FOUND RIGHT PATH
After a False Start.
"In 1S90 I began to drink coffee.
"At that time I was healthy and en-
Joyed 1 At first I noticed no bad
effects fret i the Indulgence but In
course of time found thai various
troubles were comtns upon me.
"Palpitation of Ihe heart took unto
Itself sick anil nervous headaches, kid-
ney troubles followed and eventually
my stomach became so deranged that
even a light meal caused me serious
"Our physician's prescriptions failed
to help mo nnd then 1 dosed myself
with patent medicines till I was thor-
oughly disgusted and hopeless.
"Finally I began to suspect that cof-
fee was tho cause of my troubles. I ex-
perimented by leaving It ofT, except
for one small cup nt breakfast. This
helped some but did not altogether re-
lieve my distress. It satisfied me.
however, that I was on the right track.
"So I gave up coffee altogether and
began to US* Poslum. In ten days I
found myself greatly Improved, my
nerves steady, my head clear, my kid-
neys working better nnd better, mt
heart's action rapidly improving, my
appetite Improved and ihe ability to
eat a hearty meal without subsequent
suffering r< stored to me. And this con-
"Leaving off coffee and using lVstnm
did this, with no help fv.'m drugs, as 1
abandoned the use of medicines when
I began io use the food drink." Name
given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
"There's a reason," and It Is ex-
plained in the little book. "The Road
to Wtilville," in pkgs
I'ter rend the leffe
PIT k rn little,
imp lo time. rti-y
nd full of Itu<omu
changed, as noted above, so that, at
least officially, they would be In har-
mony with the administration,
and not known distinctively as
Jews. They wore to be trained
In court customs and wnys,
doubtless with other young men of
heathen morals aud religion. Thev
wcre given luxurious foods such as
tho king ate, and costly wines such
as the king drank.
Now here was a strenuous test of
the faith, tho courage and the s«U'-
control of the young men. The eating
of the king's food would be a break-
ing of the Jewish law as to food, and
thus be a repudiating of the religion
of the true God. The dietary would
almost certainly comprise articles of
food, such as the flesh of swine, hares,
etc., w hich the law Interdicted to tha
The young men were greatly favored
by having a friend at court. God had
brought Daniel Into favor and tender
love; had made him to find kindness
and compassion. God had made Dan-
iel lovable, giving him attractiveness
of person and wisdom of mind; more-
over, the Holy Spirit had doubtless
moved directly upon the heart of
Arhpenaz. turning htm toward Daniel.
All true love and friendship are Id*
spired by God.
Said Daniel to Melzar: "Give us
pulse to eat." llather, vegetable food
In general; there Is no reason for re-
stricting the Hebrew word used to
leguminous fruits, such as beans axxl
peas, which Is what the term "pulse"
properly denotes. "And dater to
drink instead of the wine." They be-
gan the simple life.
The result of the test was better
physical condltlm, countenances fair-
er, fatter In flesh. The simple life
brought better bodily health, more
beauty, greater strength and activity,
all that was needed for the best werk
and the highest Joy, of which the body
Every tra'.ner In athletics In all our
colleges throughout the land will con-
firm this fact, and acta upon It.
Therefore stood they before the
king, were the personal advisers, and
among the leading officers of the
kingdom. All officers and servants
stood when in the presence of the
roonarah. He found them ten times
better than all the magicians and as-
trologers. The magicians were the
learned class, the scribes, the priestly
class. "The astrologers," ressoners
from the stars, were the scientific
men, versed In magic and occult
ent formless lines striven for in j Bordeaux red and Oxford gray, olive
clothes match-like arms are no longer ' green and khaki.
a bar to good looks. But they must The newest ratine cloths are light-
be dressed becomingly—in long \ weight and thin also. The first of
sleeves gathered over the arms or in i these cloths brought out last year
the shape of loose bishop puffs end ; ere much heavier, and were found to
ing in a long hand ruffle. The closer 5 foe clumsy, and, therefore, w-ere not a
sleeve should have a pointed bottom 1 great success. This season's offerings
covering the back of the hand If this : are much thinner, and are, therefore,
member Is also too thin or otherwise expected to please.
unlovely, but where the bishop sleeve
is used tlie material of the bodice
must be thick enough to hide the out-
lines of the arm. for otherwise there
will be an unpleasant X-rav efTect
when the light pierces the thin tex-
Diagonal and boucle weaves are
both being shown In ratiee novelties
These diagonal effects are in both
one and two tone colorings, often a
lighter shade, such as blue or Bor-
deaux Illuminates the background,
while the boucle knots are In black.
These materials are called "velourj
FOR WHITE SUMMER DRESSES ; de latne" as well as "ratine."
Brown suede leather is the cover
lng of a very convenient pillow for th«
weary or delicate traveler. This par
tlcular small article appeals as th«
most convenient of Its kind. It li
about ten by fourteen inches, and li
covered smoothly on one side witt
suede leather and on the other sid«
with a noverlapplng piece of the
suede, which forms a flat pocket, lntc
which a handkerchief or time table
may be slipped. There !■ a small
leather handle along the side of the
pillow, so that In the hand It looks al
most like a brown suede bag.
A nautical pillow has a heavy Mnd
ing cord loosely Inserted througt j
loops in practically the same mannei
that sails or flags are attached or sus !
pended aboard ship It Is made ol
smoke blue linen and worked In three j
shades of different colors. Service
able boat cushions are also made of
1: nr mv no i s s
IIOI' S will potiitivelyout \rear
Here and There.
The veils that are put on perfect
iy loose and that flow all around are
Bordered foulards being shown In
Louis XV. Jaquette in shot blue and | the silk departments are more beau-
black taffetas, with plain white linen j l"ul than e\e.
collar White linen hat with bows of | Many girls are making their com-
the taffetas. Wnation skirts and corset covers of
j white wash silks
Metal Fringes. ' The new trimming ribbons are
Metal fringes are being much em- "rlped. platded. bordered, brocaded,
ployed 011 evening dresses. These 10 • aE^ are
are made from bullion cords, and are ! Delicate y colored buttons In soft
la both the bright gold and sliver and blues, pinks and purples will be used
In the darker sntlque metals Retail- ! on silks and chiffons
era unquestionably will have a big j For girls plaids will not be as
call throughout the fall and winter much favored as stripes and checks
Mason for fringes In similar effect*. | with material trimming
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