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jXLVAII U MBVRH.
At" mi miin tint oti nip Up
Whom t wniUil, Iruutni-lt'li ?
Hoin nf lnncr Inyrs nrn nvit;
Jl'iw enn I, no fnflrly
tiullnit to rupture, now icfiili!
TrrOl ll'TOU HWIwtlllHH (if IliVC H llltr!
Toll mo, how run nun Ik- miro,
In thin flii-l aiul fVrvtnt liuiir.
Which (ho IiinIh tlmt rony to fluwrr,
Whluh Khali fuilo timl vht-h cikIiho?
All I know In that ynilr hhiir
Calls me . . . Vi t the yi-urM mo Inn;.
The Wrtk'n So-hil Kvriil.
Tho Athennoum Club will meet witn
Mrs. Wright. 1705 Fillintn-p Stri-it, nt
throe o'clock. All mcrnlicr nro urged
Th Los Aniens Klvc Hunilied Cluli
will mt at 2:.tu o'clock with Mrs. I,.
A. Keck, 1403 lliiiTlMon Strict. A full
attendance is requeued.
Meeting of Woninn's .MlMsloiinry
The Woman's Mlsslon:iry Society of
the Polk Street Methodist Church met
this Hfternon in the annex tit 2:45
o'clock, oiw after a splendid promum,
a litiHlniW session was held and now
officers were elected.
F.diU'titMiul Hay Kveri lses of I. K. O.'m
A Intro crowd attended tin? open
meolinif of the I'. K. ti.'s, Inst evening,
which was held in the auditorium of
the Klrst Kaptlst Church at 7 30
o'clock. The church was beautifully
decorai'fi with yellow and white crys
ar.theniums, while a hniro yellow satin
IxilV.ier, tiraiinir the I1. II. t). Molt.),
"Pass Ediicntinn on," was drapcit
above the platform.
Dainty folders, bearlnu a star, the V.
K. O. enitileni ami conlalniiiK tho eve
nine's iroKi'am were presented to each
person us they entered, by the ushers.
Misses Willie Klmhroim'h, Louise Kar
ri'' (icol'tcla Thomas and Alvah Meye".
It would b hard to dlscrlmlnato in
bestow I hk the evening's honors on
those who took part on the program,
as each number seemed to be more do
liRhtful than the last.
Music Klrst Itaptlst Church Orchestra
Tho 1'iincess of India Klnn
(1 Kin of the Winds (March) Hied I
"Out Where the West MorIus"
"Don't He What You Ain't"
Mrs. l.loyd Flett hor
Accompanied by Mrs. Jack liooley
Vocal Day Is Kndod Hal tlett
Lassie of Mine iScotch Air)
Mrs. Maude Wilson.
Accompanied by Mrs. I'.. I,. Huberts,
Mrs. I.ols Thorpe
Address-Problem of education as
It Affects Future of This Coun
try Dr. M. W. Vli Kin
Duet Cornet and Kiiphonium
C. Will.iiil Smith
ami Jessie A. Kkti
Misses Willie Klmbrmmh. !i-oirU
Thomas, loulse Harris, t.'allie Puc
Kelt, Alva Meyer
Jaunty Suit Shows
IjitrHiiliiniinl dlvrti hy AmeHniti
l.enbui and Wmmtti's .Xiitlllary i
Hie lxlon 4
The Aioerlcan I.ikI'Mi and the Wolil
no's Aiulllury to ihe I I m nave a
delightful entertainment last nlht In
the Annex of the Central I'resliyteri.TH
Church. A lame crowd was in attend
ance and a splendid program of music
Mini readings was enjoyed, along With
talks by several of the Legion men.
At a late hour a delicious refreshment
course was served, consisting of sand
wiches, pickles, doughnut find hot
nlM tili HHll IVMttiirtf Mi liMiitl
Mi find Mi r N. i I 1 1 "
lr ,i v f ' -i ie M..lie s I l , In ie Mm r
trill ni'itie no t-xfilili'l ! I
UlilM Sides Mllll I'ltsSllill Mi'MtluM
Miss l.il:l D Viilllt. of Poll I -I 'id,
Oil. , Mllll fnlllllllv M'l ll'l III AllOI-
i ill.. I the roi sl of Ml l llbn l.iil
sen, Nil? PH I co sh eet,
AFTER SEVEN YEARS
The Pierian ('lull
The I'leiiiin Club will meet Thins
day afternoon with Mrs. K. I,, llig
kIiiIji. tin, in, liiov n lluren street, :.t
three o'clock. A ful. ntteiidancc Is
Cei.lral (iiillil of the Central Preshy
trrlan Church Ileitis Meetlnff
The Central (iulld of the Central
Presbyterian Church met this after
noon at three o'clock in the Annev
and an Interesting and instructive pro
gram was rendered and enjoyed by all.
Hut'Kulit Sale a Success
The Hargalti Sale held by the P.
K. o.'s today In the old Hlackliurn
building, proved to be n big sueceas.
Numbers of garments and household
.I' lli li'l- were Fold lit cxei 'dllit;ly low
The Woman's Auxiliary .Meets
The Woman's Auxiliary of the Cen
tral Pre-hyterian Church met this uf
tcrnoon at three o'clock in the church
annex, anil a ilillghlful program was
The I telle Hemic! t Missionary Socle I, v
The Hollo Dennett Missionary Socie
ty T the Polk Street Methodist Church
met In regular session this afternoon
at thn 'dock in the church par.
lori. The at tendance was splendid,
and an Interesting program was en-Joyed.
TOMOKUOW S Ki t II I S.
N'Mhl Notes and Prinmal Mention.
Mli I.Miiise II uf Clan ndon.
Texas, wlm has --- t visiting Mis.
Chill ies A CinlMiilluib r, I.I'i.t Lincoln
Street, bus returned home.
Merry Matron Club.
The Merry Matron Club will meet
Thursday afternooii with Mrs. T. P. i
llaekter. 1 l:l Van p.uren Street, at!
2 30 o'clock. All members nro urge-1
to be present.
Mr. Phillips Rhcumatintn Wt
Cone One Month After She
Started on Tunlac.
SKILL IS SHOWN BY GIRLS
Hv tnt'ieslioiiHl New Servlri-.l
VALLKY CITY. X. D.. Dec. I.
All depends entirely on the point of
Take women's undergarments, for
instance. Judge at the Hoys' and
(llrls' Achievement Day festival here
recently declared there p: as much art
in a well made undergarment or
frock as In a fine painting. It repre
sents the creative genius of the girl
who fashioned the garment; It shows
Imagination, perspective and Initiative. ;
S- orcM of girls measured skill In the
dome'.tli' science brunch of the big ex
position. In practically all canes their
handiwork was of a most practical
turn. Many gli ln have so devi lope I
their natural skill that they can de
sign fn cks like a Parisian modiste,
frocks mieiii,"lled in the "ready made"
itores of first rank.
I'.oys representing thirlythi schools
and colleges contested for premier hon
ors In agriculture. Scientific livestock
raising, prl.o exhibits of potatoes
corn, wheat and vegetables that would
do credit to a national agricultural ex
position formed a part of tho event.
Dovebipmcnt of mixed farming In
.North Dakota during the last few yearr
was clearly indicated by the rich display.
"I have been taking Tanlac only
one month, but already it has put an
end to a case of rheumatism that had
been troubling me for seven years,"
said Mi s. Helen Phillips. 1MU7 Dm hum
street, Tampa, Flu.
"I was all crippled up with mus
cular rheumatism for so long I bad
1 1 1 1 It ' hopes of getting Well. 11 was
worst In my arms ami legs and at
times I could scarcely gel around. My
tight shoulder also hurt terribly ami
itw.is all I could do to move my arm
about. 1 had gotten into a badly run
down condition and felt weak unit
woin out all the time. Then I had
tho Piflueli.a tti'it left me weaker
than e-r. M.V nppetlle got ho poor
that I couldn't cat enough to keep Ul
"I saw Tanlac Ho highly I ceomiiicnd
cd that I took it to build too up, not
h:i lni; any idea it would help mv
rheumatism, but it has done
am simply overjoyed at my
improvement and 1
am almost starting
The Game Hint
lever Grows Old
A High ( lass, Hn blooded, ittie.llon tor, hu h, womrn M lMl
tlren . , ,
(let In the name, At lnl eom wntch Dm f tin ltktt
ivuvs welcome. Come, slid hti'llt your fl lends, Th MmnMMWMl
pledges thai even thing will be c .inducted n N neNtt, Older I Jf mnhtrt
315 Pollt Street
Just feel that I
life over again
Tlie rheumatic pains have all gone and
I am as uclhe as I ever was. My
appetite Is Jm:t splendid and every
thing I eat agrees with me perfectly.
That tiled, weak feeling has left mi
ami ' I now feel well and strong la
Tinlae Is sold In Anmrillu by J. W.
Collins Drug Co.
A BOX OF ROSES
FROM HIM TO HER
Hut let them ml. frh,
tsautiful roses vrry cn a
rem plucked from Ntur' r
den. It them com from uuf
florist shop, the hum ot
Nature's finest floml produo
lions. lvvo your order with US '
and we'll rs-o thut she Is daal.
A. ALKNU S, rwp.
Fourth 4 Jarkaoa PhoM 1111
Trv Dailv Pimhanti'.o Want Ails.
(Copyright, lUL'O, X. 12. A.)
, An iiu xpciietieed cook often makes
f her fingers a burnt offering. The
'urn itself is l ad enough bill the blister
that follows Is worse.
To prevent blister from forming
vcr a burn try mixing eiiial parts of
gg w hite and olive oil. Apply at (onee,
cover with 'soft linen. I2j.'- may be
high but it's world ihe price of an egg
white to fun stall a blislcr and Ihe re
mit. Hit ineiinx enieiice and discomfort.
Menu for Tomorrow.
ItllKAKKAST - Sllc d bananas with
uncooked cereal scrambled eggs with
ll led Is-cf, tmist . coffee.
LCN'CIILO.N -linked Is-.ins, brown
liread and butter, pickles, tea.
DIXXI2U- Kil. il chlcU. n with sniffed
peppers, pineapple salad, limiting .a
'and. sponge t-ake, i-offee.
.My Ou it Kerlpes.
I The ill led beef In tile sci ambb d eggs
gives taste to III! l. tie TW :le tiellll.il
listing breakf.isl. The kin, in. is and
cereal are nilid tlaxored fuiHis, as the
eggs Wollld be Without the dl'ii d beef.
PI! I I.I i CI I U K K.N.
I .Miung bii ken
salt and pepper
hot f it
Cut i he ken in pleci s and parboil till
lender. Coll in I Loir sifted with salt
and pepper iiiui fry in hot fat nil nicely
browned. Put on a lag plats r and mii
round with stuffed peppers.
S I I I I CD PI.PPL'KS.
I green ieiM-ri
I cup samp
I ( lips boilini; wnler
. t.ihlcspoons butler
3 t.ililcopiMins Hour
1 cups brut li
I I cup i le.iin
I 1 li'.ispiHin hjiII
Dip S.MIS II) M.i,g v. I. ,,, I let
sl.md a t oiiplr minutes I; move fiom
w.i lor Hid lull off tl iter skin with,
a lot h Cut in hahts, i iim.v s,ds
and vims. 'a.-li and diaoi .-viuip. I'm
into l,.-'tle with lulling water and s.ilt ,
ind i iM. nil (, M, It I. of, i. ,o.
Moiir. Add broth sl-ivxlx. stilting on- ,
t.mtlv. Add iioiiii at,.l salt and
pel. Sllr until tailing To I iiii, .r i
; In- mho' odd as lull, h samp s th-siim-t
will oe.iti o. Fi.I p-i xxitu'
Mo- r. Ml4-l v-uop. S'-ive t h- i i:,.un- '
ing s.i net- In a I- v I I
N bti u gi 1 1 s.i v s I doii i , :,i it ,-
"After the birth of my
baby I had a back-sft,"
writes Mrs. Mattic Cross
white, of Glade SprinR,
Va. "I was very ill;
thought I was RoinR to
die. I was so weak I
couldn't raise my head lo
Ret a drink of water. I
took . . . medicine, yet I
didn't Ret any better. !
was constipaled and very
weak, Kfit'nK worse and
worse. I scnlforCardul."
THE PREMIER BOOT SHOP
A Sale of Women's .uul ('liildr en's Kootwear without p.ir.ille! in the Merchaiuliinv; annals of Amarillo.
One vear ao lot lav The Premier Hoot Shop opened their doors to the puUie with the helicf thata policy
of hair I Valine eonihined with an experienced, intelligent service, Jind handling tnly Shoes of Merit, would
meet with instantaneous success. 'That helicf has now hecoino a reality as our thousands of satisfied cus
tomers show. In appreciation of the patronage faoretl us we feel it perfectly fit tiny: and proper that vc
should reciprocate in a material way. r.e.ninnin tomorrow and for one mouth we olfer.
The Most Remarkable Shoe Value
This sale will he recognized ly those who attend as the supreme undersellini' event 01 the season. You
are free to choose from a hih i;rade. well-selected Mock of shoes, every shoe in it a new, hi;jli jrado style.
Xo shop-worm shoes carried over for several seasons that would he hiy.li no matter what price asked, hut
everv shoe in it worth more than the price asked.
The Woman's Tonic
intt mm' Mgn th.it (du
Dr. W. L Askew
Physician and Surgeon
AfNi l"xirg m i x . . ..iiv ,.
I 1, t , o, , o x i i
i.iu- : j ' i iui j i.i,-..!i i oi ii- i
oitr iii..in- ;:i
"I found pfter one bot
lie of Cardui I was im-
provinr,,, adds Mrs.
Crosshile. "Six bot
tles of Cardui and . . .
was cured, yes, I can say
they were a God-send to
ne. I believe I would
have died, had il not corn
for Cardui." Cardui has
ben found beneficial in
many fiousands of oilier
eves of womanly trou
Lirs. 1! yiu feet l!:- need
of a IlrciKlhrn-ir..-
Ionic, -.fiy not try
Cn lui? It r-Jy tc
hat )ou need.
Several hundred pairs of I
SK.MH) to S15.IH) values
.ind forth, inl ine
( )ne lot of
, 1 1 1 il
former SU.iM to
On,- lnitwhril :.n.l liltv nails of I U lilt i I ut I 1 C-s Hoots
SilslXl x. ll.T iodav''s wholoalc cost, oin- iluvi-i- our Anni ei s.tr
with tut n si iles ;,ul coet ed I .ouis I h els ; eerv one a
Two lots of .1. i T. t'oMsins !ian-l made part -liei
As we have pre ii: -! vlatcl. all s
t i hi in ices mi n.i IM
it in stock u 1 1
l ll" SO
in re t nan i in l .
e t his nni ei - .1
v s. , .. -,, Sfl.SS.
! s, i educed during tin's sale to $17. SS
l i rh:r i
e want t
M ice. W I
u n s a ! e i euucetl. soint
i . 1 1 t :
ou iiai Hi. i ii win t i.iii
It d shoe v anil olie.
A WORD ABOUT SHOE PRICES
ut i'ii will i ind upon examina
s.Je to In a (io'ijen Opportun-
t In- r.irt i i.:i i us s ill- is not ! i'U'.i'i' tMe riiCt
KM. I )i ( ID l'K rUK l 'Mm nl 'KM
kl 1 ll.lt 1-1 I -
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si-:i" ri-iM r.r'.ix. tlm. tha i' wr: ii i i l .
i o' : ' s .
n rui'Sr.x i m kki
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w h ! s.ile co-!
rr.i v x i"s.m'
'i t I
ills, and iti m i i
vk t i Mew low lex el of
I' l'lh I S THE VERY
' t .tie 1cKw present
PLEASE SHOP CAREFULLY.
EACH SALE MUST BE FINAL.
n ii js m t
WE WILL GIVE EACH CUSTOMER PROPER SERVICE, BUT
NO APPROVALS, REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.
SALE STAR TS TODAY, DEC. 1
AT MONTGOMERY BROS.
G07 Pclk Street
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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