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Of The Put Week
l Floi-once B. (VoU'ord
Love s Blor
Leu low b i fit t lies oM! her lust sud
Witu last her lips pint II press I
i.. Inst shull elost: her tlim ntiny eyes,
Her bunds fold ou her bruust.
Who at last bosida her lonely bier
hImII silent Vigil t jop ?
1 .tak; an i from tko Jail, jilUt l"Mi
Wherj thill winds nomiing creep.
A mystb voice thiu muweia low
"1, by Lovo's lor.el bier
Mtall wateh while at iris oiiie an I go,
Shall saml the mourners tear.
T Mittber Earth, who gave here birth
On that first gladsome day
Vfhen days nre dono, I, Mother Earth,
9HhU vitstl keap for aye.
Personals MBS. J. B. OAKLEY INSANE
Mr. V. F. Krcuuiuu, who has Icon i An Insanity Commission composed of
with tier daughter, Mrs. W. 13. Jnrrell. ! three physicians, including Di H.
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tor several weeks, left tor her home Itf
St Louis Inst Saturday.
j. Mother Earth, Love's hps shall press
rthnll pillow soft her hefld,
In my infinite teudeiiiess
I. last, Shall fold toy dead."
Stty Wow Club-
Mi . leo Aiideiuii was the hostess
tu rue Bav io this week mid the vice
iirnst lent, Mis, .1. V. Campbell, pre
i. ifj in tin- absence of Mr.-. Hinds.
Nhukespeare being the day's topic the
itpoues to roll call were incidents
in tiu '.''to of the "immortal bard of
Aon." Mrs. lioith gate u talk on
t.if LtV of Nhakepeiiie nnd Mrs. Hob
Miian read a paper on tnc wniks of thu
vi I'll t dramatist. Mr. Douohoo out
med T tie Shakespeare Hue oh contro
.cisy, proving onclusiely thnt Shake
spenie was himself nod not liacoii us
...iiif of tbe arfjumaatativo disciples
of "deep research" would have us be
Among the business items token up
was the election of tiiombers to fill tin1
acnnries occasioned by the removal of
some of the mouthers from the city. Mrs
Ur. Brown. Mr. Meeker and Mrs. Pear
nn were elected tn member-hip.
The elob will meet with Mrs. Beeth
next week, the topic beint! Meudol-
ssnhn's stent oratorio. "Elijah" with
Mrs. Fluogmt as leader.
The '-lob wn tflnd to haw with them
Wrs. R. .T, Thomson, whose romovnl from
our city W still reatiy deplored. Mem
hers present were Mesdumcs Anderson
Iteoth. Cnnwell. Crnfford. Campbell
Donohno, Falkenborg. George. Finegnn.
Ifolloman. Xoble. Randle, Stnnrlll.
I. A. Social-
Mis. .1. II. MeAlpino entertained the
Indie of tho . I. A. in a very pleasant
sewing party on last Friday afternoon
at her home. The ladies employed 'he
tini? in working upon a name iiuilt
the p.'oeeed of whii'h will go toward"
Mrs. V. It. Jarrell entertained ou
rhursday afternoon with it most de
lightful whist party, tho ,niest list of
whieh included abou sixty-five Indies.
Mri. .LifiellN rooni! were arranged very
Hottily, the dei-nratioiis ot aiitunni flow
eiN lendiiif; a jjrneofiil toueh to the clc
(.uiit appointments. A delightfully con
genial and merry party of whin players
enjoyed the card period, the high score
beint: made by Mrs. Geo. Evans, who
nas the recipient of a handsome out
jjhis flower holder; Mrs. Koch being
loeotid was piesented with a prtt
rnimed picture and Mrs. A. D. Golden
berg, who nssUted the hostess in serving
leceived a liaud-embroidnred handker-
A tempting threeentirne luneheou
'iHiplettd the afternoon's entertain
nent and eotwlstcd of a salad, iee and
loilee I'otirse. Mints and ehceolatcs
ii nd ali-o delli'liius punch were nerved
throngho . the game. Altogether the
.iftorunnn wa one of the most pleasant
in the Menioti'i annals.
NVlmls. ns ehHirmiiii, Dr. H. M. .Smitl'.
or Lni Vejjns, and Dr. Kudnlpli of Hiin"
les.i, were appointed to roiidur! ir
Mii t'aliioh, of Moiitoyu, was ati : evunnliation as to the Siiint -t
out of town gue.it at the .larrell eard i Mr K. 'nrle.v. who lnt week
paitv Thursday afteinoon, as was also ; and killed Mr. Hrhdlnghnm, and -Mi-
Hlller, wlio if also a visitor in tho Mi .imiiieriiuin. pnUmlstie- i
''My. md Mr. It. -I. Thomson, u social ! H' 'd" f',, '' invpvijtntion '
ftivotit". i esamient on she was pronouto i'.i
: SBUe mid n dangerous pnfsnii to '
Mm. mid Miss Miller, of Chicago, ate i ii.,.rtv: having repeatpdly niteinp'. I
guexti in th6 liryuio of Mr. and Mrs. U. jtn,.iiig her own life, and was himik-Ii.-.
Devoi. I , .,u.nr nvtrmiiK- overlnved o
potiden'. llenee, she is sent t " in
bim for the inline with a n m
iii.'iidnllon that her term be fi a b;n; !
et perlnd than ordiimiily in sin h . ae-. .
cvmi though he might appear rational.
certain reasons, it W very likely to I
Elks Social Session
The members and ludies o-i thu Hlk
Lodge enjoyed a moat pleasant social
uMjion on last Friday evening at their
i iegant home. In addition to the usual
i iiie ot mincing a numiier ot tnosu
(resent eiuoyod luaying ranis in the
pai.ious reading room.
Thco )iesent wore Mr. and Mrs
iieekutnn. Suigel. Wmilusky. south, Baca
Miller. Devor. Hobinson, Finegnn, 1'ar
ons. 11 !ler. .larrell. CJoldenhcrg. Kreu
inig, Jt riiitilo : Mtsxe" Hirsehberger,
Ibirke. U'nneii. Heller, Hodges. Koch
-'nndusky. Wenhlv. Troupe, aud Mrs. .1
'. .Ione; Mers. Corn, Walton, Dris
'II, Smith. Jennings. Lieb, On (lord
Kohn. Simmons, II. U. Jones aud Dr
Mr. and Mrs. Parsons Entertain
for Hon. H. B. Fergusson
Mr. and Mr". Clarence Parsons en
erta.ued at six oVlork dinner on Ttie"
In v onuJlinentary to Hon. H. R. For
tison and party r.f gentleinen. Cov
ers were laid for seven and Oie lmste-s
-orved to these fortunate gentlemen a
fdx--nurse dinner that wa tit for the
gods themselves. The tnble wa espe
"ially pretty, a center piece of white
and red dahlias formini: the floral de
coration, and the service and menu
more rhnn lustified the reputation ftf
Mie hostess ns an entertainer.
Other than the honoree those who en
loved this occasion were Judgp T. B.
Lleb. Messrs. Donohoo. Corn. Finegnn.
Vn!n and he host.
Hie Mnibroldery Club will meet with
Mis. Parsons this afternoon.
Mis. . ,1. Thomson, who has a host
of friends in the city, has been the
guest of Modnuies Berth and Handle
for spvern! dovs.
Woid has been received In the eltv
f the marriage of Miss Nell Matteson
who formerly lived here nud is well
known, to Mr. Clarence Iteierson, of
Kugeiie, N'ehr. where the vcung couple
il make their home.
t. appear and i' wotibl be unsafe for
i h public good to allow her liberty.
I tie Theobaldl j'ave a leeital of mn.-t
iiiiiisual niiinbers .it Music Hall lat
evening. It appeared to the musicians
there a- a reminiscence of the dnva of
nemlnyi mid Die Bull, and possessed
many of their peculiar characteristics.
Of et niintbets tiiere were few. the
whole program being made up cf fan
tasies exploiting the rushing waters,
mill wheels creaking, winds sighing, mi.
aginary human voices and sobbing, and
organ tine.. an I wound up with a roll
of dtntns, with imitation of a whole
brass band I'liienuo lteeord Herald.
FEDERAL INVESTMENT CO.
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
meeting of the stockholders of "lie
Federal Investment Company was held
n ; the Chamber of (Ytiiinerce Monday
at'enioon. The meetUig was the regu
l-ir meeting as m? forth in 'he bv
l.iw- of the Coiiipaiiv anl was foi the
purpose of electlim olllceis foi the en
s, ii u year. The nhl ulU ers were elect
ed Minnluiotisly to serve again as their
work had been entirely satisfactory tr.
the stockholder.-. A report since the
last meeting shows the company to be
in uooil condition and fmin now on it
-lioulil piove a gt.od investment for the
depositors who were Itu-hy enough t
si'i'iire share- of stock. The government
laud otlices will he uioxed to this Imihl
lug un tlie 1-t of the month, hnv.ng e
circ'l .i -iiite of rr.iins upstnit.
A Kitchen in Germany
A Practical way to Reduce the
High Cost of Living. Important to
Mrs. Anderson Entertains the
Lee Andersen was the hostess
hi last Fridav af'ernnon to the ladies
f 'he Embroidery Club and those who
'h Highland Pnrk. the railroad men ' j attended report an unusually delightful
home. The quilt is being mnde of he
four colors of the order.
At tho closn of their labors with the
needle tho ladies woro treated to an
ehtgan two-eon rio lunnaeon such ns tho
tioetees is famed for serving. Those
l-reteflt were Mpsdiimes Chambers. Roy
uiiUla, (iandin, Rhlfflette. Chirk, Mor
Jueobs. FTnrrlsnii. Waeh ami Mc-Alplno.
afternoon with the customary diversions
and pastimes. The hostess, assisted by
Mrs. Sum Anderson and Mrs. Deorge
served delicicus refreshments of sher
bet and cake.
The tuest- of the afternoon were
Mrs. S. Ander-nn and Mr. Thomson;
Members present were Mesdames Abor
Ueeth. Beckett. Hamilton. Randle. Mor
ris. fteorge, Parsons, Rector.
PROGRAM Or MOTHERS'
CLUB TO BE GIVEN FRIDAY
In accordance with the Constitution
f the MoMier-' club, the program com
mittee has arranged the following ex
cellent program to be given on the
third Friday of the month, which !
the ISth of October. A? the first meet
ing of this vein, i was decided to take
the Kindergarten idea for the central
thought 1ii year, and this program
will contain the (list thought on the
subject. Inasmuch as the kindergar
ten idea and industrial edueatiru have
a close relation, and the state has decid
ed n do all It can to advance indus
trial education, the committee has al
so ananged to present that subject at
the next meeting.
To be Given at High School at 3:00 p.rn:
Vocal Solo Mrs. s. Devor
Mrs. K. F. .Saxon. Accompanist
"Little Orphan Annie"
F.lsie Ruth Dvkes
"Whv the Kindergarten"
Miss Clara Gerhard!
Discussion Led by the Secretary
Mrs. F. M. Falkenberg
Piano Solo Mrs. O. F. Hi own
Social Half Hour
This social half hour has been plan
ned with the idea that mnnv of those
who attend aie not well acquainted
with each Mher and that thi- will j.'lvo
hem an opportunity to get better nc
ipiainted. The object of the club i 4o
aid in fiirtherinir the welfare of the
pupil- in the public schools. Any dis
ussion- that tend to accomplish this
end an- in ordet and tho program com
inittee welcome!, suggestions that will
help the cause. The ofllcer- invite all
natrons of the school to these meetings
and they wish to announce that anyone
is welcome to participate in the work
and discus-ions if thev wish to do so.
in October IHIli. at -' lock
hi.. Anthony K. Utiniiiivntit. aged II
yens and 11 months, departed thi- life
to dwell in the realms beyond.
I ho funernl services were held at the
familv residence at It o'clock p. in., on
Sunday, Oetnbet J, MM-, and was cou
dinted bv Bex. Joel F. Hedgpetli. a-
s -led bv Modern Woodmen of America
I in- deceased was employed by thi
lailwav as bridge L'ling foreman up
the date ot hi- le-volU illness.
lie leaves n wife uiid four children
t i mourn in- lo.-,. lie curried insurance
in their behalf. The bereaved have the
.svnii;it!iv of their many friends.
u . i ir kitchen range, full
,i tn 1 1 -1 1 fuel as it should, and
in. I baking
Vi il - in'ig "cr an old, pr i.
, t . M.'k. in. I scam-, '.h it bum- '
n.-..rt!iill rettlltS III U ''"'U
And nisi because you thereby saw. fm the tune lining, the prieo of a
. ... ,i.i... . ,.. iiiiuiii v ut "nod mniKiL'oiiinnt
iiinge. 'I" you ciuisnii-i . '- .- r- r. .
THAT tend '. reduce the : "t liung.'
, 1.I. nnu i . t . w i ina". i'n n i-u to our
.,.,.,'t..i. ..t thi i oi. arable
pi act i
Round Oak Chief Steel Range
., ut Vel!. lilo nii-.i(.i steel
i. illv no w.-.n .oil to it.
i in! (lie Imix i" 'he best and
; Mil ia-l yii a .iletunc- the lmd i
.i tiii;li and dm able that the'
Th Id. mid link miiv cas- iron nvl .
,tionest metal evei put into a ianu.
Twice is many bolts uml rivots as ! iithet riuijes. tanking senms nb
...lutc.v iiiitight. No cold olr con etitei unl no hont ean o-eapo ALL
-ci for . o.ituBB nnd baking t . I. rfl MVing In fuel.
H, w ..i -he.l oven the housewife - dt'linh" lu-olnted with 11 pounds of
.-isbent'.'. board three times the uson' i. . '.m-s -nn absolutely perfect
V.,.. uj.il..ii leseiwiir on the right h md I i the range, whore It huld
be ui.ere .' iient- WBtei b cotitac'
...Iv in h. ItUl'NH AK Ml IFF
I .i ly ni. Keli d an i . liai.d"ii 1
i ,i .. i.uy ..nd .le.ip ' ope- i'i .
I , ,nd 'l. 'el' lll'.r,. iii.ni'
.'i'eiit,-. I'eatnie, to bo had
i . iil'i' ' hat
C. C. Chapman
OFF ON A VACATION
Hon F. Cnrutheis. conte-t man iu
Hie land ollice here. i away en "leave
of absence' and it i to be hoped ho
will enjoy his vacation, and not moot
the horrible fate which wa his o.vpe
rioneo last year, while in n Pullman cor
on his way to Alaska, when a fat Indy
mistook her berth and scared h'm ooar
ly to death. He was sutftteilng from
nervous prostration !.r somo three or
foui months. The joke, of
on tho ladv unknown.
HON. H. B. FERGUSSON HERE
i n ',i.-d iglr in- ' Ipera H.nie
li i .'. i v ti i I ' lie .'! ai.ili be
ng i oiigii-.in.iii II B Fergus.. ui ad
Ire-sing the pi pl -u p.ditical issue
.t the day. He is a fluent spoakor.
well posted and presented his argument
. . ' . . ' nv aid- "I L'tniu j.,.u
.i'i 'inn it ; he Ariuiry, speak-
i"i 'i.i- pnpiilatity of the fa
in.... i .iii.t. I lieolialdi. " Nover tie
foil, -aid a musician, who heard him.
"Mi Itilluth mill a eliauee to liuar any
t'.mti so gniiid. pathetii!. and passimi
veil from his point of view and it was ately beaut il'ul u the tones Theobald
Dr. Voble went to Santa Rosa Wod
tie-day in .insult at ion with Dr. Uu
I't.-iiulit out froiii liis wnderfiil Caspn'
da '.. .'iii . " Dubitli : Minn. New-
At Spokane, Wash, n few days ag
the solemn .'eitumnv v!i (.crformed
which united Vi.- .lonci und Miss Oraip
Smith, as mini and wife.
The brilo is a sister of Mis. Bach
araeii r,f our city, and the groom is in
OF FIB ST MEETING
II. 'lie l.tli't limit ue I'
ourse, was j Mtdtc- t"i 'he Distu.-t .t N'lw
In the matter ot J I' ' a',w,.;i. B
rupt. No. lO.'l. In Hitiinrnpt.'v
To thp creditors ot J F. Ouklwc i t
Tueumcari. New Me. . Cmints
nf (Jua. and lit' i i a ban I,
S'otice is hereb .. , ,- ,U 'he
J'tli day .it Heptember. A. 1' n'2, tl
We are now carrying Men's Furnishings
With every Dollar or more purchase of above
lines GIVEN FREE A Japanese Plate
fALKTNBERG & BACHARACI1
Specialists in Men's Toggery
Ma lame Domthcu Xortii, ..nc of lil
party, bcwllderiiigly attractive, sang
splendidly, her fresh, rich voice of un
'tHial quality and strength, helped to
inaKe 'he ie.-ital doubly interesting. The
opriino -ang an aria from Puccini's
"Madame Butterfly" w'th wmdorful
excellence; he tripped through Des
auer's "Bolero" witli it- spiiyh'Iy
lasli; and rendered the " Villanuelle "
by Dell Ai'ipin with unusual French ac
cent and charm of manner. -Fveniug
Times. Ft, Morgan, Colo.
OFF FOR GOOD TIME
Suudnv morning S. M. Wharton, Silas
May. Geo. Eager and Mr Taylor left
Montorya for an outing, and will inci
dentally get all the deer the law nllown
and a few bear on the side. They will
visit Las Vegas and Santa IV. and have
a general good time for several lavs.
On each Friday afternoon at from
t to rti.'tO p. m. the Intermediate Class
of girls of the Christian church will
meet nt tho residence of Mrs. C. E.
Hawkins, on Aber street. This is t, Ra
cial and rending club mid -diould be
attended by each member and It will
prove of great benefit. Remember the
date and plane.
The officials Bnd members are as follows-
Madge Campbell, President
Catherine Freeburg, Vice President
lunnita Shaff, Bcc'y and Trcas.
MRMBKRft Jessie I'lank. Betty
Sronp, Loin Wright, Rtta Love, Alma
Osteon. Madge Worxlmnn, Clara Pler"e,
Vnney TTnglor. Afton McCnnnish.
the omployee of the K. P. & S. W. II. isail .1. F cMWl, wft v .jjt1i
It. here and the happy couple will re- ' .-ated bankrupt; and tt the rlr.t tiu-ei
l . .i... . . ..... , . . , ...
mm iu mis cnv -,o inaKe Tiieir imiiie. ' ing of his cre1tor will be held it i,,.
They were married nt the residence
of a si-ter of the bride.
Conorat nlatlnn- are in order.
HURRAH FOR OLOVIHI
That dear little "burg" is not only
op to date, init considerably nhi.ad, ns
was shown by 'The Olovi- News" last
week, bearing the date of October 2fi.
IfHU. We presume that is bneanse its
east of us, and thev ise faster time.
nti' von f'lovis!
c411i f llarrv II. McKImv. in Tuenm
aii. Vew Mex.c.i, on tu,. irtth day ot
October, A H Mug. at lo o'eloek m
the frtreiiooi,, at whieh 'iuie the -aid
creditor may attend, piove their claims
appoint ! 'rustee. osamlne the bank
nipt and transact such other business1'""1 be i...n, i,n,
v.oi ii.,e t.i lie on the alert. Thero arc
. leimv things to be had, nine nut
ten ...no. are forgot 'en. Our order sy
telli hc!.-. voll out.
EVERY GROCERY ITEM WANTED
as miiv . toj.nl I v
orne before said meet i'nlv stn. tlv fresh.
lee ' i
1 1 .1.,.
. But IN",
't.i- pure I..... I ln,,
What wo sell is n
but complies will
All orders promp'
U. S. SMITH & CO
Wi' will luivr in stin'k next w
I IVflPllMVI) l V If p. Whiin
- ' rr Mill
f'i'k ulli' Wiiitim iiiv..l.. e
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ELK DRUG STORE
Phones 110 - 210
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