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EL PASO HEUALD
BIG SPRINGS, TEXAS.
amain Reular $25
Big Springs, Tex., Dec. 4. Harold ;
Robb and Miss Mabel Clair Hatch were '
married here. Rev. C W. Hearon, of the
-Methodist church, officiating, the wed
ding occurring at the home of the i
bride's parents. The young couple left I
ior isi .Paso on a bridal trip. j
There a B
His headquarters are at 206 to 210 San Antonio street, where you can find
him every day with the biggest assortment of useful and practical gifts
ever selected for-Man and Boy. There can be no oversight at this store .
every article marked in plain figures and those figures right.
If your present for Vhim" comes from here it is doubly appreciated be
cause "he" knows that a Sol L Berg label means that it is the finest to be
You don't have to worry about what to buy for "Him" a visit to this
"El Paso's Santa Claus"
will solve the problem quickly and satisfactorily for we have everything
that "His" heart desires.
"We did not overlook the wants of your boy when we selected our assort
ment for the Holidays. To our regular stock of the very finest and best
Boys' Clothing to be found in El Paso we have just added a complete
assortment of Children's Play Suits.
Just the things to tickle the "little folks."
Cowboy Suits. Boys' Suits, $3.50 and up.
Indian Suits. Boys' Overcoats, $3.50 and up.
Baseball Suits. Boys' Hats, 50c and up.
Soldier "Uniforms and , Boys' Caps, 50c and up.
Police Uniforms.- Boys' Blouses, 50c and up.
Ages are 3 to 10 years. Boys' Sweaters, $1.00 and up.
"We take pride in extending to you an .invitation to visit the finest "Boys'
Store" in Texas. Every article new, and of the very best No trouble to
Teach Your Dol
lars to Have More
Sense by Buying
Your Clothes of
SQL !. BERG
Our Trunks, Bags
and Suit Cases are
The Best Travelers
in The World
SOCIAL DOINGS IN THE SOUTHWEST
-- FORT STOCKTOX, TEXAS.
Fort Stockton, Texas, Dec. 4. Fort
Stockton dub celebrated its second an
niversary with a ball, given in the
Hotel Stockton, and it was & most en
A dance was given by some young
people in the Woodmen halL
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carver and. Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Wall celebrated the
anniversary of their marriage last
week. It was Mr. and Mrs. Carver's 12th
anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Wall's
The W. C. Bawman Lumber com
pany office has been completed on
Mrs. S. Edwards of Sweetwater is the
guest of her son, Dan Edwards.
Mrs. Mary Lane, of Goldthwaite. Tex,
is the guest of her son, Joe Lane.
J. W: Oldham, of Kansas City, is here
on a business trip. Mr. Oldham for
merly was connected with the Fort
Stockton Irrigated Lands company.
The entertainment given by the
Mothers' club at the tabernacle was a
decided success. The receipts were $31.
which will be turned over to the school
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitti have
purchased the Fort Stockton bakery and
will ha-r the seond bakery in the
Mr. and Mrs. W D. Th mpson are
enjoying the company of a fine boy.
Morenci, Ariz., Dec 4. The annual
Thanksgiving dance of the Jocal "Wood
men of the World was held in the Mo
renci club. A large gathering of Wood
men and friends enjoyed the occasion.
Clifton lodge of the Loyal Order of
Moose has initiated a large class, sev
eral of the candidates being residents
of Morenci. The order came to ilorencl
in a body and held Its ritualistic work
The Knights of Pythias are planning
a big banquet on Deo. 8. The occa
sion being in honor of their state chan
cellor who will visit Morenci at that
Jesse A. Hindman and family have
left camp for an extended visit at their
old home in Walnut Grove. Missouri.
i.1 P- Carson and N. K. Loder, of
the Phelps Dodge Mercantile company,
have a clerical position with the Detroit
. The Morenci Democratic club will
hold a meeting this evening for the
purpose of electing officers for the
A. Clyde and family, of Tucson, have
left for their home, after spending two
weeks visiting at the home of Mrs.
Clyde s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Nuckols.
PAHSOXS. TT. -W. a
RAILROAD MAN NOW STANDS ALL WEATHER
The regular use of Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey has
built up the system of Mr.
Joseph Couley, so that he
is able to brave the expo
sure that his work as a
railroad man necessitates.
It has also been of great
benefit for catarrh.
"I have been using Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey for 2 years and find it a won
derful body builder. I work on the rail
road 12 hours every day and am able
to withstand all kinds of weather with
no bad effects. I always keep it in the
house and when I get wet I always take
a good dose. I had catarrh for 10 vears.
but since using Duffy's I am practically
ME JOSEPH CONXEV. rSKS?. SJK"!""C
Duffy's Pure Ma
stimulates the mucous surfaces and little glands of the stomach to healthy action
improving the digestion and assimilation of food, and giving to the system its'
full proportion at nourishment. It is a wonderful remedy for all cold weather
eomplainte and in the prevention and relief of eoughs, colds, bronchitis, grip, nerv
ousness, typhoid, and other diseases of the throat and lungs; recognized as a medi
cine by doctors of ail schools.
-. SoI,I,r drogrfsts, grocers and dealers IN SEALED BOTTLES ONLY; price
h,?l ? raBt Proeare it. let us kn ow and we trill tell youliowto obtaS
key ? BhelteVN.' " " " ""Duffy Malt "vLf
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Parsons. New Mexico, December 4.
Mrs James Robinson has returned
home from the Mesa where she had
been visiting her sisterinlaw, Mrs.
Mrs. and Mrs. T. J. Grafton have re
turned from Carriaozo. While there
they were the guests of C. A. Stevens
H. Consbruch. of Bonito, was a vis
itor in Parson one day.'
' Miss Lola Greer attended the bas
ket supper at Angus. "While there she
was the gust of Miss Lula Goeber.
Richard Copeland attended the
basket supper at Angus.
T. A. Bratrtr and T, Tnnfn .
doing some mining work on their cop
per mine on the west side.
James Robinson has returned home
after an absence of several weeks.
Miss Lula Goeber, of near Angus,
is here as a guest of Miss Greer.
W. G. Wells and Wilford Dubrlo
have returned from Capitan.
Tommie Jennings has returned home
from the mesa.
J. O. Nabours. of Three Rivers, was
a visitor at L. Jennings's home.
G. B. Greer has returned to the
Chaves Springs, where he has his
goats, after a visit here with his
.JHS? Greer Is spending a week at
the Chaves Springs with his father.
James Robinson will leave soon for
the Ruidoso. Mrs. Robinson will re
T. J. Grafton and son, Hugh, have
gone to Capitan.
O ARTKSLt, N. M. .
Artesia, N. M., Dec 4.--J. M. Addlng
ton. proprietor of Hotel Ad. who broke
"is leg a couple of weeks ago, is ill
with pneumonia. He is not expected to
Jake Turner is fitting up his auto
to take an overland trip to San Dlege.
cal., where he expects to locate.
Ernest C. Trieb, manager of the Ma
jestic theater, and Miss Mary E. High
smith were married at Carlsbad by
Rev. T. M. Pratt, November 20. They
kept their wedding a secret until it
came out through the Carlsbad papers.
Golden Link- snnlAtv nf tVi Vatiuita
Episcopal church gave an entertain
ment at the church followed by a Chi
Tyra Nelson and daughter, of Cur
tis. Nebraska, are in ArtAnln. for ha
winter. They are relatives of Dr. U. P.
Horace Harper, railway mail clerk
out of El Paso, is at home -for a few
Myron Brunning went to Plalnvlew.
Texas, io work on a well rig.
Mrs. F. S. Haskell was entertained
at luncheon by Mrs. S. M. Carl and
Mrs. G. F. Ray.
SAYS APPLE RATE PROM
Washington. D. C, Dec. 4. A rate
of more than SO cents per hundred
pounds car load lots on -apples shipped
from Espanola. N. M-, to points in Ari
zona and California, charged by the
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. is un
just and unreasonable, according to a
decision of the interstate commerce
nopen J. ijauiuuen, oi mis city, ana
Miss Bertha Wlesen. of Sweetwater,
were married at the home of the bride's
Mrs. Harry Abney entertained the
members of the Bridge club. Mrs. W.
W. Rix won the high score in the play
ing. Miss Lucy Wilson entertained a few
friends with "Forty-two." Refresh
ments were served.
Joe Hill has returned from a six
weeks' hunt in the Wavls mountains.
He killed a number of deer, foxes, wild
cats and javelins. Mr. Hill is an ex
pert taxidermist and will mount the
specimens he secured.
Chas. Morris, who Is buying cotton
at Spur. Texas, is home on a short visit
with his family.
M. F. Burns, of Midland, Is visiting
L. C. Holdsclaw is back from a trip
to Abilene and Stamford.
F. W. Abney is here from Charleston.
W. Va.. looking after property inter-
i ests he has in this county.
i Mr. and Mrs. Hill were here from
their ranch in Glasscock county. Mr.
Hill will soon move his family to thl3
I city, occupying the new residence he is
I having erected.
Airs. u. u. warnocK lert sunaay ior
a several weeks visit with relatives In
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Read and daughter.
Miss Gladys, have left for Marl in.
R. L. Chalk has returned to his home
in San Antonio after a, visit to his
son, Otis Chalk, on his ranch near here.
B. Reagan is back from a trip to Dal
las, where he went to represent Bis
Springs in the hearing held before the
interstate commerce commission as to
the moving of the common point ter
ritory 100 miles eastward.
F. S. Miley has returned from St
Lous, where he was called by the ser
ious illness of his father.
Mrs. Joseph Fisher and daughter. Miss
Zadee, are at home from a several
months' visit in Chicago.
G. W. Breedlove is at home from a
visit at San Antonio and other points in
Will Pool Is here from Aoernathy vis
H. C. Conway, who had his foot
crushed at the T. & P. shops, has been
taken to the T. & P. hospital at Mar
shall. VV. C Campbell, of Cleburne, is here
visiting his brother. R. J. Campbell.
Vernon Pope, of Mineola. is visiting
his sisters, Mesdames S. H. Morrison
and W. A. Hill.
J. W. Dees, superintendent of the
city schools, is In Fort Worth.
Miss Helen Vaughan. who Is teaching
the Monahans schools, spent Thanks
giving with her parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilke of Menard
ville, are visiting Mrs. Wilke's parei-ts.
jus. ana irs. ineouure acnoiz.
Mrs. Homer Markham has returned
home from a protracted visit In Bolivar,
Tenn. She was accompanied home by
Mr. and Mrs. Win Payton and daugh
ter. Miss Lillie, are In the city for a
visit with W. B. Maxfield and family.
Miss Nan Bell has returned to her
home in Baird after a visit here with.
Miss Maud Isaacks. v
The members of the Prlscilla club
were entertained by Miss TSthel Read.
The Big Springs poultry raisers are
well represented at the poultry show
r.ow going on at Sweetwater. The
Snowflake poultry farm here has two
pens of fine White Leghorns on exhi
bition and prize winning chickens of
Dr. I. B. Smith and O. T. Lacey are also
Jack Jones has gone to Corpus Christl
overland in his auto.
Rev. P. Hawkins Is homo from a sev
eral weeks' stay on his farm in Grimes
C. L. Brown has returned from a visit
to his ranch in Bctor county.
Mrs. W. H. Mauldln is here from
Mountain Park. N. MU for a visit with
her sister. Mrs. M. E. Barnett. She
will be Joined later by her husband.
They Intend to spend the winter here.
Mrs. C. R. Klkins has returned from
a visit at Spur. Texas. She was accom
panied home by her sister, Mrs. G. Ho
gan. who will be her guest for a month.
Mesdames A. E. Pool and J. L Mc
Dowell have returned from Ft- Worth.
where they were delegates to the State
Federation of Women's clubs,
Mrs. J. B. Littler, who underwent an
operation for the removal of a diseased
bone from her shoulder, is reported
J. C. Dorwood, tax assessor of Bor
den county, is in the city. He contem
plates moving to Big Springs.
Norman Girdwood, county clerk of
Glasscock county, is a visitor in this
Guaranteed the biggest bargain of the season. Think of it. Hand Tailored
Suits from pure all wool worsteds, in all the prevailing shades of brown, tan,
gray and blue JsTot a suit in the lot ever sold for less than $25 Come in and
take your choice at $15 You'd better hurry, though They won't last long at
these prices. You know the "Mansfield quality" and these suits are the
equal of any $25 suits we've ever handled. v
Wool Hats in
'Wmm wear &
inas Gifts for
Men in Exten
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FORT DAVIS, TEXAS.
Fort Davis, Tex., Dec. 4. A Chris
tian Endeavor social was. held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones. Miss
Ruth Sproul was chairman of the en
'Those who attended were: Prof, and
Mrs. J. L. wohlford. Misses Alice. Ruth
and Mary Sproul. Maud Edens. Alice,
Lottie and Wirtie Powell, Maude Cloth
ier, Lottie Grubbs. Edna Rosse, Mary
Carlton. Emma Montgomery, Mabel
Bloys, Celestial Kerr, of Maria. Gladys
Teague, Mary Bauce, Mesdames Sarah
Locke, George Grubbs. W. T- Jones;
Messrs. Frank Sproul, Clark. K. Stew
art. T. and K. Smith. L Weatherby,
Barnie and George Teague, Mr. Bauce,
Lee Sproul, Herbert Bloys and Roe
Mrs. R. A. Espy, accompanied by her
little granddaughter, Ruth Espy, left
for Van Horn, Texas, after visiting
relatives here for three weeks.
F. J. Dumble and family have taken
the J. W. Espy residence for the win
ter and have movea in.
Bertha Davy has typhoid fevor.
Mac Sprout, wife and baby spent
several days here from their ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Nunn have gone
to Galveston. Tex to see if a change
of climate will be better for Mr3. Nunn.
who has asthma.
George Gleim and H. A. King have
returned from Fort Stockton, accom
panied home by Miss Fay Gleim. who
had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Whit
Mrs. Bryan Cartwrlght has as her
Judge Van Sickle and Jim Glllispie.
of Alpine, and judge Gillis, of Eagle
Pass, were here this week.
Miss Helen Golf, who died at Phoe
nix. Ariz-, was well and favorably
Safford, Ariz., Dec 4. The four
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Brown died from diphtheria,
after an illness of less than 4S hours.
Mr. Brown is senior member of the
Paul Brown Dry Goods firm. No other
cases of diphtheria are known to "be
in the valley at present.
The women of the Woman's Home
Mission of M. E. church, south, have
reorganized and have arranged for a
social at the parsonage this afternoon.
Rev. Baker Northrop, the new minis
ter, is infusing new life in church
Frank Haynes, sheriff of Gila coun
ty, came down from Globe to visit
his sister. Mrs. M. J. B- Ringer.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brier entertained at
dinner: C W. B. Link and family.
Weaver Brier and family, Mrs. J. M.
McCqlluro, Miss Daisy Mc2ollum and
While roping a. cow wrfl WaddillJ
DroKe nis ngnt -arm.
There will be a reunion of the Lay
ton Ward in Safford at the church
house Thursday, Dee. 5.
Mrs. Lee Haby has returned from
several months' visit with her folks
Mrs. W. W. Pettis has returned to
her home in Tucson.
Arthur Nelson Is at home again,
after a two months' trip to Califor
nia. Miss Laura Fonda spent Thanks
giving in Globe.
Forest supervisor. T. T. Swift, has
returned from an official visit to
Globe. He says the government will
spend $1509 in improving roads in
this vicinity, funds returned from
dent of the Rebeeea assembly of New
Mexico, has been in Portales for sev
initlated into the Rebecca lodge during
The Odd Fellows 'odge gave a ban
quet at the club rooms. Addresses were
given by Mrs. Wheeler, president of the
Rebecca assembly and Wm. M. Twiggs,
past master of the fand lodge of Odd
J. O. Wood has returned from Kansas
City. While away he visited relatives
and friends in Oklahoma.
Morris Bramlett Is visiting friends
Mrs. S. F. Culberson, county nuperin
tendent of schools, fs visiting .n Cali
fornia for a few weeks.
The meeting at the Methodist ohurch
has closed and the Christian churcn naa
begun a protracted meeting, in charge
of Rev. Ernest House, who is accom
panied by singer and pianist, Mr. and
NEWS ON PAGE 13
Globe. Ariz., Dec. 4. Mrs. M. A.
Hayes and Miss Carlotta Hayes have
left for Tempe where Miss Hayes will
attend the Normal school.
Rev. D. C. Williams has returned to
his home at Tucson.
Joe Elmer, of Geronlmo, was oper
ated on at the county hospital.
Mrs. Annie Shaw is ill at her home
en Mr-s,.'te street.
J. W. Mangum, of Pima, is In the
A. T. Black. H. E. Dodge and W.
H. Aldrldge, of New York City, di
rectors of the Inspiration Copper
company, spent several days here.
Miss Eva Eakin, formerly of this
city, now court reporter of Graham
county. at Solomonsville, spent
Thanksgiving week here.
Tommy Law. of Los Angeles, who
has been visiting friends in the city.
will leave shortly for Phoenix, where
he will be located during the winter.
Miss Anna icose has returned to
Globe from an extended visit to the
coast with her cousin, Miss Barbara
Miss Stratton, of Safford, Is visit
ing friends in the city.
Miss Laura Fonda, of Safford, Is
visiting with her sister, Kate.
Mrs. William Ryf has returned from
a visit to the coast.
Judge P. C. Little has returned from
Forest ranger Taylor is back from
a vacation in the valley.
Mrs. L. L. Hayden and child have
returned from Mason City, Iowa,
where they have been visiting.
WiU Young, of Pleasant Valley,
spent -inanKsgiving with his ramlly.
E. C. McCamy has left for a visit
to El Paso.
George Roberts, of Winkelman, who
has been visiting in the city, has re
T. B. Huffer has returned from
J. W. Brown has returned from Los
Angeles, where Mrs. Brown Is at pres
ent. He Is intending to start in busi
ness again in this city.
known in Fort Davis, having , spent
most of two years here. She was the
only daughter of senator and Mrs. J.
C. McNealus, of Dallas, Tex.
S. A. Tompson has gone to Waco to
attend a meeting of the Masonic lodge.
He will be accompanied home by his
daughter and her ctilldren, Mrs. T. H.
Brown, Jr., who are osltlng at Luling,
Voknn luixon is hare from EI Paso
to visit his father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Mixon. ,, ,
Miss Celestial Kerr, of Marfa. has
been the guest the past few days of
Allna And Lottie PowelL )
Dr. H. M. Jones tias returned from
Austin and San Antonio. Texas, leaving
his wife to spend a while visiting her
relatives at Uvalde, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith and fam
ily spent several days at their ranch.
A number of the Fort Davis men en
Joyed a turkey snooting near the
mountain on the north side of town.
Mr. Capps won five, turkeys, Tom Gran
ger was second, winning two: Jimmle
Edgar, a boy 12 years old, secured one,
and a number of other men got one
turkey each. ;
Those giving dinners and having in
vited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. C H.
Bird. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Merrell. Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Tompson.
O CLOVIS, N. SL
Clovls, N. M., Dec 4. Mr. and Mrs.
S. C Skldmore entertained at 7 oclock
dinner in honor of their brother Frank
A party was eiven by Mrs. Gibson
for Mrs. Dalton Reed, of Roswell. who
has been- here visiting friends. Six
tables were arranged for cards and the
playing began at 2:30. Mrs. Boyle
held high score and was given a hand
some sterling spoon. Mrs. Flemmlng
was awarded the consolation prize,
which was a deck onairds. There were
about 24 who enjoyed the hospitality
of Mrs. Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Spears enter
tained a number of their friends with
a three course dinner. Those who en
joyed Mr. and Mrs. Spears's hospital
ity were. Dr. and Mrs. Bayless. Miss
Jewel Bayless. Miss May Litchfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Mary Spears, C. V. Harris and
Sam Heck, from Portales.
Mrs. Pixley entertained at bridge.
Mrs. William Dawson, tr.. of Amarlllo.
was awarded a beautiful sterling sliver
deposit vase for winning the highest
number of games. Mrs. Potts scored
second high and was awarded a ster
ling silver pickle fork. The consola
tion prize fell to Mrs. Van Almen.
which was a sterling silver deposit
compote. A two course luncheon was
served by the hostess.
Miss Jewell Bayless was hostess to
i forest receipts.
Miss Anna Rose, of Globe, has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Max Bauers
feld, of the Hotel Olive.
The Standard Oil company has pur
chased half a block in the Lassator
addition just east of the depot and will
erect oil tanks.
President Andrew Kimball has re
turned from an extended tour of
northern Arizona, where he gave lec
tures on agricultural topics.
George A. Olney, eldest son ofi.Ben
Olney, and nephew of state chairman
of Democratic' committee. Geo. A.
Olney. was married to Miss Lillie
Claridge. who is deputy recorder for
hex father, recorder Dave Claridge.
The young couple left for Albuquerque
oa their wedding trip.
Marriage licenses have been issued
to three young couples: Charles
Clawson to wed Edna Allen. LeRoy
Clawson to wed Sapbrona Layton and
Vernon Montierth to marry Ellen
The Safford school bazar netted
about ?4 for library books.
Mrs. King, of San Angelo. Tex, Is
here to spend the winter with her
daughter. Mrs. Tom Hooks.
The Praise That Comes From Thankful
EI Paso People.
One kidney remedy never falls.
El Paso people rely upon It
That remedy is Doan's Kidney PUIS.
El Paso testimony proves it alwa-.s
John Carpenter, 51 N. Stanton St.
xii i-aso. xeias. says: -xou are at i.t
" erty to use my public endorsement of
uoans iuaney .Mils as heretofore a3
X consider them an excellent rem' "
i"or all symptoms of kidney complaint.
I seldom have occasion to use Doan s
Kidney Pills as they cured me eom
plttely some years ago."
The above was the substance of Mr.
Carpenter's statement when he was
Interviewed on January S9, 1912. H s
former endorsement of Doan's Kidne-.
Pills was as follows: "I was subject :
pains in my back, especially severe if
I got up quickly after sitting. The s -cretions
from my kidneys were too fre
quent at times and at others scant .
Doan's Kidney Pills proved so satis
factory that I have always kept them
on hand since. I cannot say too rcGu'i
in their praise."
For sale by all dealers. Price "3
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New Tork, sole agents for the Umf 1
Remember the name. Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement
the T. a. I. G. club.
,f r A fnmnHAll .nt.rtfljnM thft
Miss Irene Maddocks. a musician of Plus and' Minus club at the residence
BANK FOR LOMETA, TEXAS.
Washington. D. C Dec. 4. Applica
tion to organise the First National
bank, capital $25,000. of Lometa, Tex ,
ha been received by the treasurj department
Oakland. Calif., is the gust of Rev. and
Mrs. Jno. M. Barnhart
Mrs. Harriet A Langer and Mrs.
Harriet F. Gardner, of Paw Paw, Mich
igan, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
P. C. Anderson, who has been on an
extended visit in Texas, has returned
Mrs. E. C. Voss entertained a num
ber of her friends at bridge.
Mrs Stratton Clarke, of Solomons
ville. is the guest of Mrs. Floyd Blev
ins for a few days.
.T D. Huston, auditor for the Gila
Valley Band & Trust company, is in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hussey have
left for their new home at Pine
Bill Sparks and Frank Thompson
have left for their mining claims near
Howard Wayne has left for King
man, on mining business
Mr? L K. Wightman and. children,
left to visit relatives at Pima.
of Mrs. R. R. Duncan. After several
hours of embroidering refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Miss Veta Bills entertained the mem
bers Of the Amateur Piano club at her
residence in west Clovls.
The Interstate Music class met with
Miss Orpha Appleman and organized
the Beethoven club. Regular meetings
will be held on every second and
fourth Fridays of each month at the
homes of the various members.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lank entertained
on Monday evening at their home, 404
North Conlev street, in honor of their
mother, Mrs E- M. Lank, of La Crosse,
Judd Miller, of Bndee. N. M.. and
Miss Clara Marie Latham, of Tolar,
N. M.. were united in marriage by
judge P. J. Noble at the office of the
John wnilam Hymers, or liovis, ana
Miss Lillian Fairest Collins were mar
ried at the parsonage of the Methodist
church by Rev. "Mr. Evans.
Kenon Houston and Miss lice Dnv,
both of St Vrain. were married by pro
bate judge McBee.
MARFA, TEX. .$.
Marfa, Tex., Dec. 4. The 42 club was
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. C Liv
ingston. 7 oclock dinner being served
before the games. Those who enjoyed
the evening were: Dr. and Mrs. Mahon,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mitchell. Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pruitt and
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Livingston.
Mrs. G. C. Robinson and Mrs. Clara
Shields have left for a weok's visit
with relatives in El Paso.
Miss Gertrude Sccrler has arrived in
Marfa to be with the New Era.
The new home of W. R Mitchell has
been completed and the family is now
comioriaoiy locaxea inerein.
D. W. Gourley and family are con
templating leaving for El Paso in the
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Darracoth. have re
turned to Marfa. with the Intention of
making this their future home.
A program of sports was carried out
at the ball park under the direction of
w. js. iargent. it consisted of a tur
key shoot, baseball game, "broncho
busting." tug of war, and fancy riding
by men of the Third cavalry. A ball
given by the young men at the opera
house wound up a day of pleasure.
Rev. father Richard Verschaffelt has
returned from El Paso, where he had
gone to receive treatment for a severe
Homer Cartwrlght has returned from
a business and pleasure trip to San An.
tonlo and other eastern cities.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams, of Bal
timore, M(L. spent Thanksgiving with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
To Charles Francis De Ri
viere Treat or His Children
You are requested to com
municate for your ad
vantage with W. W.
Vaughan, 53 State Street,
PORTALES, N. M. &
Portales, N. M., Dec. 4. The Woman's
club of Portales gave its reception at
the club rooms. The rooms were dec
orated in autumn colors, red and yellow
and presented a gala appearance. The
receiving line consisted of the officers
of the club, and after greeting them the
guests were conducted by Mrs. Ed. J.
Neer to the guest book which was in
charge of Miss Nelle Carter, where they
registered. The program was opened
with invocation by Rev. Mr. Kirkpatrick.
followed by addresses Ty Mrs. Oldham
Messrs. Molinari. Llndsey and All- I
ureage. Kerreshmmts of cake, coffee
ana enocoiate were served.
Mrs. Wheeler of Tucumcari, presl
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