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Ths last week of tho Lntiacoutf
tj teacher's (iitttltat closed Fri
The sessions during thli period
were very Interesting and profit.
bl. Not only were tbo talks
and papers excellent, bin the gen
oral discussions which followed
were full of tueful suggestions,
nil tending to bring out tho boat
thought of tboso taking part,
Monday wts deroted to Glrll
Government by Prof. Duff.
Theory and practice by Prof. Rob
ertaon and a pnper on primary read
lug by Mra. Suiltu. Mrs, Bmlib's
pnper was deserving of especial
praise and bundled the subject lu
a most satisfactory manner. The
paper was the result of long years
Tuesday Miss Yenrcln read an
able paper on advanced reading,
vrincu was well received.
Wednesday Prof. Robertson
took up tho subject of Grammar
und Prof. Muff presented Physiol
On the subjeot of Grammar,
Prof. Robertson Is parllcularly at
home: all his talkB were practical
Ttiursday afternoon Miss Guln
Jiey gavo a talk on Physiology en
titled 'a Tenoher'a duty with re-
guru 10 mo pupil." tuo paper
touched those poiuta which arc
so apt to bo neglected veutila
tiou, ihe pupils bublto etc.
She wan followed by Miss Allen
Miss Goodfellow and Miss Rallhel
who read good papers on Spell
Later, Prof. Robertson hgnln
took uu tho subject of Grammar,
treating of sentence structure.
Friday was $lvn up to Gram
inaCaud Physiology, although
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3tls8 Grace Oamer's paper wuh
well thought out, and deserves
At tho close of the Institute,
County Superintendent, ' U. F.
4 Duff, made a few remarks, In
which he expressed hla Idgh up
preciutiou of the disinterested
kitidness of Prof. Robertson in
conducting tho Normal without
charge, lie ulso expressed Ida
obligation to all thoso who had
assisted in muking tho meeting
the utKiualltled success it had
proved to be, whether by taking
part or by attending.
(J'lio Institute tendered Pro I.
Robertson a vote of thanks, whiuh
was rery happily replied to.
Altogetborthe teachos of Luna
county muy cougtalulatu them
selves upon tho suueess of tho
Friday etotilng nt 8 o'clock, a
public mooting was held In the
Freeh,) tci Un church, whiuh wim
Tho following in the program.
The Royal I'liiircnn, DfiiMimnl u,
Romarks Mr. Muliean
Romarkri JurJ,o Field
Old Folks At Home Ladiett'
The Teacher as an Kdttcntor
Orthography, I'aper,. . Mian Good
Gome Again Mixed Quartet
Tho papers read by the teachers
elicited the kindest remarks from
Mrs Bmlth and Misses Guluney
and Goodfellow won golden
Pcof. Robertson's paper could
not be beuleu. It was a great
plea for educutlon.
Mr. Mulleun made a nice little
Judgs Field's spoeoh was In a
very happy vein, Ho dealt in
reminiscences of his childhood
iahooldays. These'hud the flavor
of old times, which Is .ever gruie-
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fui io cumvaieu people.
. The thanks of the teachers Bri
ttle those persons who u mat en
ally assisted in making the meet
lug a succeaj by rendering a nutn
her of musical stleulloiiu.
to Prof. Robertson, Miss Gulu.
Xftdfcata tht your Mr
k oat ot oriUr, Tin
tt tntdletnt to rem
tba llrer tvt ctira all
Umm I1U, li foanJ la
SB casts. 8oM by aU tntdleliM asahri.
ney, Mrs. Smith, Miss Allen and
Jillss Yeargln, the oouuty superln
tendsnt says he is especially In.
A man can't hope for any bet
ter luck than to have his llval in
business fall seriously lu lore
Going Out of IissIncBfl.
The United Presbyterian Qatirrat As
sembly, Io session at Uri Moloei, Iowa,
hu adopted tha report or Its jullclary
committer, which It Intended to expel
from the Presbyterlsn church all tnem-
ben of tecret societies, hndentlr tha
Presbyterian church, as a whole,, must
be preparing to so out of builoeii. If
ihat rulJ le enforced, there would be
but few Masons or Odd Fclloni who
would quit their reipectlre orders to
remala In tha church. On tha other
hand, If tha tnembere of these two orders
who ere alio member! of tha Presbyter
Ian church were to quit the church, that
church would go to plecee Io leu then
two yearn for want of financial and
As longs theee two bodlei of eecret
ordere do uot moleet the church, but
continue In tuelr quiet and unohtruslre
way doing good in tha world and reller
Ing the suffering and wants of the hit
man family, It might be well for tha
church to obserrn the same rule and
mlud Its own affairs. Neither of the
ordere mentlcnaJ will suffer lu the least
from tble action of Ihe church,
DKM1N0 LODOB No.
12, K. and A. M, meets
theflfst Thursdey laeaeh
mouth, lu Msiotilo Hall,
hrt Pennington, Bee.
ftUTH CHAPTElt, No, 0, 0. E.
8., meets first and third Tuesdays
(if etch month In Masrmlo ball,
Gold avenue, Mra. Achaa Field W. M.
Mrs. Mollle Ferinlnetnn, Be o.
DBMINQ CIIAITBII, No. 6
n. A. M., meet second
iThurtday In each moitb In
Maaonio nan, lipid avenue.
w. w. jtouerteon,
No. 4, Kv T., tneeta 4tb Thurs
day In each 'mouth In Masonic
hall, Gold arenll.
Bearoan Field, I.. 0.
K) Pennington. Heo.
DBM1N0 I.ODGB, No.
0, 1. 0. 0. F tneeta eeery
Monday tilabt at Odd
Fellows' Hall, corner rlileer avenue and
Spruce street. U L Bbaaespeari N. O.
a. .i. ricaans, fee.
awr"1 1 p-
DEMINO LOUUE, No. SO.
Kof ('..nueteflrstand third
Tuesdays of nucb month la
K. of P. Hall, Gold avenue.
F. U Nor.ll.aue, V. (!.
Fred Hermann, K of It. A 8.
UKMINU LODUB, No, 7
A. O. U. W., meets first
and third Wedneedaye nf
tach month In K. of V,
Hall, (told avenue.
T it. linblnooD, M.W.
T. A. t arr, Hecorder.
-MsjPeyjtW. of w. meet second
feWetAAupKiVand fourth Tuesdays of
i,wi'Rr each month tn K, of P.
hall, Gold avenue. A. J. I'lckarte. II. O,
w. t . rotseii, uiera.
reet'a Allele io Tonus Mam.
Mental discipline, tbo exurclsc of the
faculties of tho mind, the quickening
of yottr apprehension, the strengthen
ing of your memory, tbo forming of a
sound, rapid nmt discriminating Judg
ment, ore of even more Importance
than the store of loarntng. Establish
control over your own minds, practice
tho economy of time, exercise an unre
mitting vigilance over the acquirement
of habit. These are the arts, tbta Is
the patient and laborious process, by
which, In nil times oud In all profes
sions, the foundations of excellence
and of fame have been laid. Extract
From Sir ttobcrt Feel's Address to the
Ktmli-nts of the University of Glas
gow: From Charles Btuart Parker's
"Life of Blr Kobert PetL"
OLD VND NEW ME ICO
owwaas or tria
: DEMIUG; TOWKSITE .'.
BUSINESS sRESlDENGE LOTS
Low Price and Easy Teras
The above Company deslresto call the attention
of those Seeking Homes In the Bouthweslto
the fact that no better opportunltyran ba
found than Dkmino Grant Co., ' M.
I S. FIELD, Agent.
Viv ji.v wt tvtet a tf wnrtt
cx "Rbcumntic IKlng..
MatwiKtuW oalr ef WUMAT!C CO HartkH Ceele,
W. P, TesncH, DchtlBa;, n.M,
Mlntna; Location Ulaiiks.
Tha tlKAnttorrrbasnowoo sales full
line of location blanks, gotten up from
the latest and most approved forms
printed In tho best style and on a good
quality of bond paper. These blsnks
can bs bad or J. A. Itlcntar & Co. or at
the HKAni.mllT nfllre.
Alining location blanks 6c eeb or Cto
per dozen. Placer t'lalms blanks, at 3o
each or 20o pr doxen. Placer claim
blanks ntt applicable for the location of
A r. f r A ta T?i.llaYft T? Mf.ijk.1w mS1
stop a cough at any llinr, and will cure
the worst cold in twelve hours, nr money
SOoandfiOo. J. A. Klotiear
Notice Is hereby ntren that the under
slanrd. John II. Allison, was on the 14th
day of May, A, 1). 1001, duly ap
pointed administrator of the estr-'.e of
Krama J. Allison, ueceaseu. ah
tiraana hatlns: claims cualnst said ea
Utesre rrtitilred to present the same
duly verified, within one year from the
date of said appointment, tha time al
lowed by law for the presentation of
such claims, and If not so presented end
tiled the claim will be barred by virtue
of the statute In such cases made and
prorlded. All persons Indebted tn said
estata art request! to settle with the
undersigned. JoilH 11. ALLISON.
Administrator of tha estate of Emma
Sjllill'aejJJiaitoJiiixi:. JUJ. .:.' t'-Ci?i?3td''iiV..'ClYu WiV jEiwfe
J. P. BYRON
Wholesale and Itetall ilsatir In
Pure Drugs and Fine Chemicals,
Toilet Articles. Stationery nasi Seheel BoeSca
.esortrttease PEM1NQ, NEW MEXICO
SODA - WATER.
Dealer in Keg nd Bottled Beep
I)EMINI. NMW MKXIOO-
o FIBST GLASS
Wines, Liquors and Gigars
When they travil long distances
tleinuiid n blh degree of c(imtirt.
the Haney tltolnit car service ou
the California Limited, Chicago
t Sau KrancUcti aud Anyelee,
surpasses that of mauy metropoli
A new And verdant postmastet In a'
small rural town had received Instruc
tions to advertise all lettera uncalled
for at the end of a certain length of
Uuio. He obeyed orders by Inserting
the following advertisement lu tbe vil
lage weekly paper at tbe end of tha
i3r1 WM'k of hla term of olltrr:
"There ore ten letters In tbe post
otnet that nobody has called for. If
them they belong to don't take notice
and rail by tbe end of tbe mouth, to
letters will be sent to tbe dead letter
olllce. Anybody expecting letters they
ain't got ran come and see If any of
these letters belong to tbem. All take
A member of the mining exebanga
tella this story of a man doing pen
ance! "I bad a wagon and was driving
out of Denver, on my way to tha
mines. Tho roads were fetlock deep
In dust, and tbe wentber was hotter
than hades. A young fellow halted ma
a few tulles out aud naked If he might
wnlk behind my wagon. It was the
strangest reijuust 1 bad over heard,
aud I said:
"Walk behind? Not Oct up here
on the sent and rldo.' Us woro a sort
of sad look and replied:
"'1 don't want to ride, pardner. I
ain't (men to ride and 1 ain't flttcn to
get fit ten. Just let me walk behind
"I thought then be must be crasy
and concluded to let him have bis way.
The dust rolled up In dense, suffocat
Ing clouds. glauced frequently over
my shoulder, but couldn't get a
glimpse of blm. As the team rattled
id, nowever. I heart! his voice repeat
lug over and over ngaln:
" Ht-rvfc you right, confound youl
Bell your claim for 110,000. win $1,600
at poker, go down to Denver, blow off
tho town and go dead broke! Ton
blank blank blank! Ought to euffer!
Dot to go back and start all ovvt
again! Dust too good for youl Ain't
half punishment enough!
"At the uud of tbe Journey be was
aearly deinl, but still bravely anxious
to do penance, I hired blm, and he's
bcrr In New Tork now, doing wall."
New York Tress.
A''dri(lfn. I'n. OflUe, A.T, i S. P. tlr., Tp-
pesa, or u, u uuikuiid, AKtm, uniai.
aa y M. Outlay 8. M. Asbetilellrr
AshinfoltLr & Owsley,
A HrltUh Army Carp,
The llrltlwli nrtuy t-orps as nominally
constituted iiumlwr im.'.T.ll otttcers aui
men. A large nil in Iter of tbctfe are
"Iprbnlenl" troops. In charge of th
pontoons, Held telegraph, railway ap
pliances, balloons, field batteries and
field lioxpltnl. l-:llmli.titlug all of (best
tpchnlcni troops, the strength of a di
vision In Infantry, cavalry and artillery
Is (Mill inci. with 1H gunst of nu army
corps, 30,W) men. with ItKl guus.
Rhe-I would til
your Christian nam
so hateful and n
call yoo by
but Tom- Is
Haven't you som n ' u
He N-no. l-r- havru'l.
Blie-Are you ntwnya known as Tom
among your friends)
Hp (brightening tini-No. the W
call me "Bliorty'-tlnrtend Life,
B. Y. McKEYES,
.rn- Real Estate and
86 Insurance Agent. .
Notary Pubi c and ConYoyaDccr,
(I. S. Court and Und Commissioner.
8li doAmiwt cf 0Dk,
Wells & Williamson,
lliyBlelaus ami Bttrgeotis.
dxuino, n. u.
Olllce on North Side Pine Street.
Ufl'lUS ttuUKSt S In tt s. n.. t tn S i m
Chiatttiirl Jvwtse MfrcbcBdli
nnes Milks sui Ctnmwar ipvllijr
of tfj dffrrlpilon. i kins ind Jsp
H TllAlaUlAlllll. I P iffi
La Pruoba ClirsirSi
8. Old MeHrayer WhMey it ihe hind our jorefathen vtt&i js
whoUtome und heaHhful and Us utt at beverage or for medicinal p
potet it beneficial to all.
FMlr Treatment and pollto Attention to All.
-sJoIin A Doomor, Proprietor
THE CABINET i-
DEMING - NEW MEXICO
THE BREWERY SALOON
jFirst Class Qoods.av
...WIRES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS...
IOE5 COID BEER.
Lu8ch at all Hour
It's Time for Oxfords!
To .Start the Season we have Placed on Sale 50 pairs of Oxfofd Tie'sf
worth up to $1.75, for $1.25 per pair, They won't last long, so don'l
Sere is a few of those 25c shirt waists left. '
AIro some of tho $1 Waists.
OR SALdES DN Is AWNS
Have been unusually largo so far nnd ns a ennsoquentio wo have a good many short loiigths In sotno of
thutn. Thodo vro will plaoo on tho countor at a reduced (trioo.
. . . Crash and Cotton Covert Suitings are All tbe Rage . . .
We hare them in F.'.aids, Stripes aad Solid Colors at IVic and ISo per Yar.d, .. .
25c Shoes' XOas 3atts.
JSC JSC 25o pertoien Dasi 31es.
v. sse t..tLt
roreii v unaicic
J, sl. Utrtsrln, rrulti, Nut. and yt-
(X& Sllr Ai.nB. Htcond doer AA
S north otrin.. T
TBAMUEli BUHNSIDi: I
noury i'udiic, i
a t iiSkt
ssiinl a sit
FIRE INSURANCE 1 1
and KBAL F.STAT .
Hprrwii UxllriK tot iit
snilitoihi U nmpinlr.
ueuiku, ew Mexico
ait . st a
From us and you Buy it Right
At50c,i, 1,25, $L50, 2f2,50
sr. Qri s Ko Sub
I j)f you Sliao!notoalDor
? Lot ua order thorn for you. We havo tho
7 aconoy for tho moot pructioable one that Is mndo
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Lunu you wun i boo boiuo oiuur ibiiuy wim
satno pattern on olthar. That's worth somothing. f
A Lot of Ladies' New Up-to-Date Belts, Just Arrived.-
9 Sbcsi tnc of fiaaica' Wlb BU ea In tte ItV. Wl fora ln TDfote.
Sln and woimi rt tend tAitm So iMreai
t, Niuif io lrsr.4 m! spioia Mrnls. otlrn tr.r
lit J nvw MM.&ins Mtvr uti wmw.
Htops tho CotiKh itnil Works Ol
Lasatlvf llromo.Q'iltiln Tablets cure a
rold lq oqs da, No Cure, so Fax. Frlpa
lsn' iusritrdjiirlisir tonat'
nub, r)lit tduiiMnnMti, I4 mibltotml
'9 Ifnwiwi vvnwfnt Him
snd tslara. S.h, tnllUnt IU, Virtu
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