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Highest Award - World's Pure Food Exposition ,. Chicago, November, 1907 - Vhat does tKis mean? It meun (hit Calumet hai set t M Standard h Bakiug Powder tb itandird at th .World. 1 Became this sward m given to Calunwi after thorough tests nd Mjrtriroanuy ewrsll other baking powdtrs. '; ' . It mesne that Calumet Is th heM Ming powder . la every pertkUr i the world. ., And this mount that Calumet produce! tht but. not aeueiotia. lightest, and pares! . Doete't thai mas TALK CLUB WORK FIFTH DISTRICT FEDERATION IS ' : HOLDING MEETING. Enterprise Conversation dub Give '- Pleasant Reception in Honor of Oneiti President of State Federation Is one of . . Speakers. " V Enterprise, Not. 4. The fifth dis trict federation of women' clubs is In session with a large attendance from the towns of the district. Many Abilene women are here and the pro gram is excellent The morning meeting was called to order in the college chapel. Presi dent Katterjohn announced that the college is holding oped house for the delegates and tendered use of the dormitory reception rooms. The aud ience sang "America" and Rev. Mr. Christian offered prayer, Then came club reports from the "Bound Tible Club,'' Marysvllle; "Searchers Club," Ogden; ."Current Literature Club," Jamestown; "Hel lanthus club," Clay Center. , Mrs. Qoddard lectures this evening on club work in Kansas and tomor row morning the business meeting will be held, after which to adjourn-: known you. We of the club spirit welcome you as one with that larger purpose no creed or dogma can ap proach the modern spirit .of fra ternity. . We have a freemasonry all our own borne In upon us', (as Prances WlUard.of blessed memory was wont to say) by that instructive pdwer which has ever been the strong hold of woman, work seems essential glues just lately a college man asked "what we were and why." . ; , - Tou will tell the rest. I want' to say for Enterprise that we hart a compliment for you. Every man in town has been pressed Into service in some way and they all beamed with Joy at the honor thus thrust upon them of serving you. Most of them are, sleeping oa cots and la tents that you may rest on beds of down. We have taken possession of the college 'and the Professor smile and say yes yon may have It We have drafted the' school head and you see the re sult We hope the men will get In 1 on a square meal tomorrow and next day for they have been living on hand out's In the kitchen for a week for fear of spoiling the dining room ar rangements for company. Be as sured but for knowing the sweet and obliging disposition of our townsmen we. could never have Invited you to come to us. We all share the feeling of the little Jewish boy who said to his beloved teacher. "Miss Bailey, I have an awful goodness over yo , ' Some Eloquent Responses.' Mrs. E. E. Forter of Marysvllle made a response that was witty yet filled with wisdom. She quoted Judge Orosscup's recent edict that women cannot be theologians because they have not the gift of analysis; they cannot be lawyers, because they have1 not the gift of logic; they can not be scientists, because ther can toasone say) kindness and condescen sion,,, ,..., ,-. ;.- U..K ,; The federation district and state are representative democracies: there, all proceedings are conducted by representatives,: elected by and sent from the local clubs. -; In this there are analogue to our State Legislatures and the National Congressi ; Our Declaration of Independence ay: "All men are created equal." Jt auppoBe the trainers of this declara tion, when they put in that sentence, Intended It to mean woman as well, because you know, man embraces wo man. We know though, that they intended all to have equal rights and privileges, this Is the object of all democratlo organisations. The establishment and the develop ment of women's clubs tend to the better understanding of the rights of others; It broadens our views and strengthens our mentality,.' When w nse these organisations for the education of our young women, to the end that they may go into the world, prepared . to battle for the' right, and to successfully combat the vicissitudes of life, every one should rejoice that we have women's clubs. Women's associated activity, Is one of the most extraordinary phenomena of the present age. It Is true that all public Interests and public questions now command the attention of clubs, and that the attacks of husbands, clergymen, legislative bodies or of our National Congress can not stay The natlence of the centuries has consider only one detail at a time; the great club wave that has spread been ours waiting for this moment they onIr occasionally succeed In bus- over the country, and which has such when woman could go abroad in the lne. ai la h0 branches of land and strive to right the wrongs of medicine which exercise the nursing little children and their often equally instinct. .However, she believed that hemiesa mothers. "omen have a place In the world and .... . .h , 'that they, are accomplishing much . . . . . ' that Is worth while. ful, how burdened, lest we In our sore ,,.,. ,.. u-i. , . Mrs. Mattle Britt Hale of Lacrosse, ; V T .u .u T ZZ . .. vl president of the state federation but truth, the dazzling toother, claims m . itM. m,. us all and with her for a guide we follow knowlhg not Just where to-, morrow will bring us, only knowing that we cannot drift away with that to' us as one striving to glean 'race wisdom from the past which will . fitly carry to the new time, knowing j we are bound one ana an ior me same goal the all Father the spirit of the universe is in travail over the sorrows of the world even as the mothers who bore us and you and I each and all are members of that great life and needs must suffer till the .One that 1 left in darkness is also saved. Tour only password to comradeship In this great body of workers Is ''willing to serve." If vou do not seem to "heed to the meat Last evening was held a reception : lne ; J0UT grandslres it must ever 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hoff-j D6 remembered that the old colored man attended by 150 guests. In w.rrler tor truth and Justice sojourns. ih. mikaIvIhi line were Mrs. C..B Hoffman, Mrs. C. C. Ooddard, presi dent state federation; Mrs. M. B. Hale, vice president; Mrs. Jennings, president Fifth district; Mrs. E. E. Forter and others. The decorations were yellow and white chrysanthe mnns and punch and wafers were served. ' -' ' Welcome for Delegates. : The program Included greetings from Enterprise. Geo. Merillat gave a greeting from the city in a pleasing talk. ProfcJJ.J itatterjoha ot the; E. N. A. spoke for the college and Prof. O. L. Coleman, principal of schools, spoke for educational Inter ests. The addresses were well given and heartily applauded. Mrs. C. B. Hoffman gave the greeting from the Conversation club. She said: Mr. Hoffman's Greetings. "Speech Is but the broken light upon the depths of the unspoken." Remember this bearing my poor words which express so hastily the Mepth and sincerity of our greeting to yeu--nnd It Is said "soft words with pothlng In them make a song," so rhythm may not flow from my speech as I strive to tell you of our Joy In your -coming. ; - Milton soys, "Smiles from meadows flow, to brutes denied and are of love the food. - These smile wreathed faces you see betoken Out heartfelt greeting.'-' . '.' .' Vou ome to us as part of the sod and rainbow mixed. Many of you have one and daughters full, rich, with Inewjr strength apd mental vigor whom you have tenderly reared to manhood and womanhood and who bless you by striving for a citizenship which, shall lead the world. Ton took abroad -at the Ideals and idols of human- society and yon go forth striv ing to be- a helpful factor in that which by Slow evolving truth much change." " "' ' " """ We welcome you. We have talked of .your coming. We have planned planned. We have saved our best table linen and sheet and pillow cases and our clearest glasses of Jelly that you may not be disappointed In eur housekeeping we made our best mincemeat and baited our choicest pastry for your special entertain ment , We who have long known yos want to introduce yon to all whom we know. We are sure that the path yon leave when yon go will be strewn with pleasant memories sad lirei wtH be made richer having Truth spoke for the ages when she said "books are for the ignorant God talk to me." AH great move ment have campfollower and self seekers. From these we are not ex empt. Our real world must not be Indeed by the babble of that class. In the wee small hours of 'the morn ing S'ter the many wet stockings fon boys and girls were washed and hung over the .base burner to dry ready for the active feet In the morning, read of Susan B. Anthony,. Mr. Stanton-, Lydis Marts Child, th list who said the training of a child should begin with Its grandmother. George Eliot, Elizabeth Frey, Ann Besant, Elizabeth Lyle Sexo, Olive Shreiner and a blessed host, too many to name, Is whose Inspiring company they lin gered lovingly till part of the dream come true and some of these feet wended our way, hallowed our door sill and all within by their presence and now some of the second genera tion come to u spiritual and; Intel lectual daughters of all that best of toe past. Tou have opportunity to demonstrate the Ideals of these past saint and sages you have that posi tion for social service which will en able you to use that opportunity for the uplift of society. Anna Shaw says she want the ballot for women because the men have done the best they could. . -; r" We are so glad you will be able to tell us something of your work your Ideals of peace and arbitration, instead of war, some practical meth ods of hastening economic Justice, your demand that art, science, edu cation, receive national congnizance commensurSte with ouf commercial importance. ' ' ' Tou of the Fifth district have had much recognition' from State Snd na tion.'. Ton have second largest mem bership among the districts you were the first to make a practical effort to Introduce forestry work." We also heard the' ery of the chil dren and we bad blessed little Ben Lindsey come to us and interpret that sad ery, he who was himself so sad aa a poor boy seeing the sufferings of his Invalid southern mother, tried to take his own life but even as the star of Bethlehem Ood's own stars watched over that weary little soul. The crucible of the ages ha melted all droe from Jsdg Ltnsey. He sban pek for himself that word we fata woald utter. This word of our gave s most interesting talk, une said: 1 J Mrs. Hale's Address. It has been suggested to me that I say a few words on Club Democra cy. When (he suggestion-was made, I was reminded of a llttio Incident: At .a club meeting I attended once udou a time. In the discussion of a subject, a member Incidentally stated We should discuss this subject dispas sionately; each one should express her sentiments freely, and tndepend entlv: because this is a democratic body, whereupon a member, a new member, mark you, interrupted with the fsmark: "Huh, I think the most of us are Republicans." 'The local club I. an example of nure democracy. In it, each member has the right to the full expression of her views on any subject ub for discussion; in it, each member has the right to speak and to vote as she nleases: In it, each- member constt tutes a part of its organization, and her actions, a part of it govern ment ' " This freedom of speech, and free dom of suffraie. begets a habit of courtesy and affability, and (as the COULD NOT CURE WEEPiiiG ECZEMA Disease Began over Ear and Spread till Faceand Neckwere Raw Itch ing, Inflammation and Soreness were Terrible Lasted Over a Year, and All Treatments Failed UNTIL CUTICURA AGAIN ; PROVED GREAT SUCCESS ; "Eowma began over the top of my ar. It crack ad and then began to mpnma. 1 naa inree different doctor and . tried ssveral things, but they did me no good. At last one side of my face and my neok dear up to my hair were raw. The water ran out of it ma that I had to wear fMfikwtd onttm. and it was so Inflamed and sore that I had to put a pieoe of doth over my pillow to keep the water frora It, and it would tain the doth a sort of yellow. The ecsema itched se that I seemed as though I oouM tear my fane ail to dImm. The duwaae began in the fall snd I did everything for it until th next winter. Tom I began to IM the Cutkura Soap and Ointment, and It was not mora than three months before k was all hwlrd up. I aUii use the Cutioura rUaolnnt PUls once to a while to olnaoM the blood. I am very thank rel that- I triad Oitloara, and I tma -raoomoMnd it t any one. afu Ana rearaoas, KorthSeid. Tt, Deo. IS, 07. . GROWS HAIR Catkura Removes Dandruff and Soothe Itching Scalp. Warm shampoo with Cutioura Soap, and lirnt drwinca with Cutioura, pre- aj ina hair, remote dandruff, dentroy vent dry, thin and fallini Mwti. mIm and dan. hair peraaiK. soothe irritated, itching eurfaoas, stimulate the hair folllctM, looms the enalp akin, upr.lr the root with energy and nouruhnwnt, and snake th hair (row upon a we. wholesome, rwaJthy eoalp when all other traaunrot talis. nlw Cturatl M4 IhmtmI Tlnlnl at x cin r- lIVl -.- ""'" rr Hrmm iSOr k. OT Ml UM fc M Ci,'m) td )V p-r TIM t M u "' U f 'A. m tar a recognized Influence In, the social democracy of the day. : the first requisite of a olub woman Is that broad spirit of charity which not only give one grace to look len iently upon other people's faults and shortcomings, but which bestows up on the femlnene heart th power ot rejoicing In the good fortune 'of her club lister. ' Experience la club work Is broad ening woman's mental vision every year. She Is learning, not to let the excitement of It run. away with her Judgment, or the affiliation wltS It, blind her eyes to the fact that there Is nothing in this world better than tue home t'et. One thing at a time Is her motto, and to do that one thing well,- her desire. Talk by the President . Mrs. C, C. Ooddard, of Leaven worth, president of the state federa tion,', made a short address that was pleasing and .talented., She told Ot thefork of club women in other .states and," predicted that Kansas Vomen will measure up to the highest plane In their, accomplishments. -''' Musical Selection. 'The program Included some musi cal selections that were much enjoyed. Miss Grahdberry gave three vocal solos and piano solo; Miss Ella Staats of Enterprlse a vocal solo snd Ml Ruby Norman' of Abilene two violin solos. All were heartily applauded. A Beautiful Home. One of the handsomest bouses to be built In Abilene Is that of Otis Landes on Vine street which Is Hear ing completion.. It is of bungalow de al. with long low lines, shingled aldea. wide-projecting . reol, dark brick foundation and artistic In every nroDortlon. It look like a place in which to have a good time and enjoy life and will be one of the show places of the city. t A iOyri'L PA8TIMK. It's Beally a Pleasure to Core Catarrh ' by Breathing Hyoroel. It Isn't a pleasure to saturate your stomach -with vile nostrums, or to shock , the tender membrane of the nose and throat with disagreeable Drays and douches. " But strange to say there are a few thousand people who do not keep abreast of the times who are hoping against hope that these ancient meth ods will rid them of catarrh. If the readers of the Reflector who suffer, from catarrh want to banish this vile and disgusting dis ease forever go to J. M. Oleissner today and get a complete Hyomel (pronounced Hlgh-o-me) outfit for S1.0. ' - " ' ! ' It It; doesn't; cure It won't cost on 'a cent because i. M Oleissner will give yon your money back. Hyomel la so Simple and pleasant to use; pour a few drops from th bottle Into the Inhaler and breathe it in. As It passe over the mem brane and Into the lung with the air yon breathe It oothe the raw membrane and kills the catarrh germ. Don't, experiment longer. Ueadlng " druggist -every where ell Hyomel for catarrh, coughs, colds, hronchitU, etc. Drop a postal for our free book. Booth's Fsmous People Booth's Tyomel Co., Buffalo. N. T. Qzzs indlfisstScn It rlvr stomach miwrT. vrnttem, arh, boichln. sad eon ail " ease or moawy baok. If b" of tab iMWeenta. Jjraggiau la U town JAEES A TUITS .. , BTATIIAUE. CICU Funeral Dircctoro Prompt and Courteous Berries. . j ;, Charges always ressoiiaMs. j. a. torn ' - - . a., ana. . ; , ' tlceaes No. 961.' . - ' ; ..'.-'' i Residence Phone No. 844. ., I . Residence Phone No. SUM. Office Phone No. ail , U j Office Phone No. ... ' ' ABILENE, KANSAS. it, ja I msnutscture : Steel. Stock Tanks . of every , description and sell them for less money than they can be bought for else where. . Examine them snd be convihoed. I also . handle pipe, at tings and pumps, bath tubs, sinks, and sewer pipes; alto do spouting and tin work of til kinds. C. H. HILL West South First street. 27-tf Phone 101 Gave One O'clock luncheon. ' Miss Florence Keel pleasantly en tertained 16 young ladle at S on o'clock luncheon today. The lunch eon was served In three course. The afternoon was spent In games and music. . ' " "Matinee Girl" Was Applauded. The Matinee Girl company . bad a large house at the Seelye last night. The troupe has enough people to put up a good show and some of them are clever. , They need a vehicle In which to work and the present one needs revision to keep up the inter est. Thene was plenty of applause, however, and perhaps it. was Just the kind of a show the audience liked. . . , WHY SALVES PAIL ' TO CURE ECZEMA. They Clog the Pores Only a Liquid Can Beach the Inner 8Un. m Sine the old-fashioned theory ot curing ecsema through the blood has been given up by scientists, many different salve have been tried for skin diseases. But It has been found that these salve only clog the pore and can not penetrate to the inner ikin below the eplderml where, the eczema germ are lodged. This th quality of penetrating probably explains the tremendous success of the only standard liquid eczema cure, oil of wlntergreen as compounded in p. D. D: Prescription. Wei ourselves do sot sesltsn to recommend D. D. D. Prescription at 11.00 a bottle, but for the benefit of those who have never tried the pre scription, we arranged with the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago for a (pedal large trial bottle at S6 cent on a special offer now. This first bottl ought to convince every suf ferer, snd at any rate, it will surely take swsy th Itch at once. After ten year of eur after cure, the world' leading skin specialist bar accepted this as the true.ecem cur. C. B. Northcraft Co. , 1ST 10 30 Tears In Business in Abilene . W oan Sx your dock or watoh or jewelry right. See' our new display ot Jew elry, Eye Glssie and Speotsoles. PRICES RIGHT. C00LEY, THE JEWELER, Third St., serosa from P. 0. W. H. EICKOITZ; GO. i UNDERTAKERS . ; The Same Careful atten tion that has been given to the Eicholtz business, for the past thirty-nine years. H. K. EICHOLTZ, H. H. EICHOLTZ. "' Licensed Emb'almers Abilene Kansas The old, old story, told time with out number, repeated ovr and over again for the last S years, but It Is always a welcome story to those In search of health. There I nothing la th world that cures cough and colds s quickly s Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by O. E. North craft Co. , w For Lame BacEi Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago h is absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results, that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the Kidneys. Many persons trust to hick for a cure. No remedy will be found more satisfactory than Delays are dangerous. There is no more com mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature always gives due warning and failure to heed same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, BrightV Disease, or some other serious affection of the Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving" out the poison due to disordered conditions of the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood and invigorate the entire system. The first dose will convince you that Pineules will do all wo claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY. Pineal are pat op to two (tsae; L0 and 3 estua, The dollar sias centals) Df soa a mh a the I eent atoa. JOIIN W. KENNEDY & CO. CMcasro. U.S. A,