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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES,
Editor :n Chief ____Louise Allan. 11)07. SUB EDITORS: Keith Caldwell ... Ilia Noreisch .... Genevieve Beasley . 190S . 100 !) .1910 All the classes are reviewing for «lie semester examinations which begin Monday. * * * * A few of the many phrases we hear: •Robert, have you returned that book yet?" Don't forget the book—reviews are due next week." "Keith, did you hear the gong ring?" Tuesday night, from B:"0 to 4:15, is reserved for chorus practice, as this is she only time the whole chorus can meet. Hon. AY. A. Hedges' lecture at the high school was postponed Friday ev ening on account of the storm. Some time in the near future we hope to hear Mr. Hedges. His subject will tie "Montana and Personal Recollections," and as he has been in our state a great many years this promises to be a very interesting topic. The program rendered by the Star society Friday afternoon was as fol lows: Music .....................Chorus Club Oration ................ Keith Caldwell Declamation ............ Henry Stuart Music ..............Constance Darrow Essay ......................Beth Peck Recitation .............. Eva Wannebo Music ......................Fern Peck * * * * DEBATE. Lydia Anderson .......Barlow Cheadle Charles Smith ..............Roy Daily Earl Neel ............ Jacob Holzemer Harold White ............ Etta Walton The subject was: "Resolved that Simplified Spelling should tie adopted." This is a subject that is now before^ the public, and it was treated in a»| aide manner, the affirmative being vic torious. Hunting with curiam th* ir course 1 of lectures. is now ex perl • nearly reached cachet's begin lereasing every ew book cases y. Fairy Queen?" e pupils. year algebra review for the think it would exert t hem days. The pupils in the second period of music composed pieces on Wednesday »nd then sang their own selections. Less time than before will now lie re quired for the preparation of the mus ic lessons, ias the books with staves al ready drawn have come. * • * * The Ceasar pupils think that Ceasar was a very skillful general because they find him rather hard to "pursue." Some of the girls find great amuse ment in playing basket ball before and after school. * » * * The zoology class have taken in the squid in addition to the clam. • * * « The election of editors took place last Tuesday during the 15-minute peri od. Those elected from the junior class were as follows: January. Keith Caldwell; February, Jennie Anderson: March, Jake Holzemer; April, Edna Anderson; May, Donald Anderson. * * * * The physics class are ready to take up the semester review, having finished sound. The next subject in advance is light. • * » * We are heartily glad to see Charles Lewis with us again. His bright and shining face adds one more to the physics class, which now has four members. * * • • Editor: Have you any news? Earl: Yes; tell them that it is warmer today. **»-.* The material is now on hand and the drawing class will commence work 1m C0U6H SYRUP TRC NEW IDEA ■■ THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE iEHNEDYSfAXAT1YEH ONEY^IaR Moves the Rovelt aUl Best for Children FOR SALE BY PHILLIPS DRUG CO. Red Cicfir Blusom oa Every Bottle E.C.0rWTT((l UilUV | mediately after the semest» r examina tions are over. The Mozart music ls»ok is a great saving in work as far as the pupils are concerned. They are now on sale at Phillips' drug store; price. 10c. * * * The high school chorus have com menced practice and will make their first appearance next Friday evening. The freshman Latin class had an. ad journed session Wednesday after school. * * * Ask Elila how to pronounce Hept archy. * * * • The meeting of the athletic associa tion was called Friday afternoon in Prof. Wait's room for the purpose < f securing help in making a screen in the gymnasium. The chorus practiced massing on the stage Friday noon and rubbed the pro gram off the front board onto their coats. There will be rejoicing next week when tile examinations are over. How will it be when the result is known—, rejoicing or tears? * * * * Be sure you come to hear the lecture to be given some time next week by Hon. W. A. Hedges, on "Our State, Suggestions from Its History and Per sonal Recollections." The debate Friday afternoon was Quite spirited and resulted in a victory for the affirmative. » • * » History class—What special prepar ation for knighthood was expected of a page previous to his being knighted? Earl—He had to f east. • * • • The shop class ha\. conn leiiced drawing plans. Mo st of them have finished two exercis es t nd at e now ready for tin- third, * * * Don AVait>- visited the school Friday afternoon. * * * * Miss Ruth Luton visit ed the school Friday afternoon. * * * * The weather was i ot ft vorabl ■ for a large audience at the high school rhetorical Friday, but it was e ijoyed by the attending vis tors. * » * * Harvey Burnett has returned to school after a trip to Texas. Some of tlic pupils of the shop class find it liard to understand the plans for making a box. The first year English class have not had quite enough time to review everything they have had during the past term before examination. * * * * The senior class are referred to the Freshmen class for knowledge of zero exponents. The first year algebra class have de cided to work hard for the fast ap proaching examination. The pupils are advised to be careful in the selection of material for essay's, recitations, etc. * * * * Several of the high school students are not able to resist the stormy weather. * * * • The ancient history class would be pleased to know the significance of the pomegranate to the ancient Persians. • * » * Ask Fred what the meaning of "hot" is. * • • • Mrs. Leifeit visited school last Fri day afternoon. Dade's Little Liver Pilis, thoroughly clean the system, good for lazy livers, makes clear complexions, bright eyes and happy thoughts. For sale by Phillips Drug Co. See what the Judith Hardware com pany have to say in their regular ad regarding cutters and winter goods. THE WOMAN'S FAULT. His independence made him proud; He scoffed at double breasted coats; Men who to Fashion's dictates bowed He likened to a flock of goats That followed where their leader went And never knew what freedom meant. He sneered at men and called them fools Because they wore clothes a la mode; He laughed at Fashion's foolish rules And clung to shoes that were wide toed And went around declaring that A fool was under each stiff hat. He boasted that he didn't care What Fashion said was right or wrong. He spurned the razor, and Ms hair Was ragged and uncombed and long. The linen collar he eschewed As something only for a dude. A lady smirked at him one day And said a silly word or two. He put his loose old clothes away And dressed In fine ones that were new, Then got his hair cut and a shave, And Fashion had another slave. —Chicago Record-Herald. The Leaser Evil. "Are you afraid I'll break it, dadV" "No. I'm afraid you won't."—Jester Falsely Charged. A little northern hoy was visiting the south for the first time. Ills awe and admiration for the darkies knew no bounds. Meeting a little negro boy one day, he screwed up Ills courage to ask him his name. "I is dun called David," promptly re plied the little negro. "Oh," exclaimed the little fellow, his face full of delighted surprise, "are you the David that killed Goliath?" The little negro gave hliu a terrified glance and, sticking his dusky kuuckles In his eyes, shrieked out, "Naw, I ain't nebber teched him." — LIppincott's Magazine. A Keproof. One day a little boy came to school with very dirty hands, and the teacher said to him: "Jatuie, I wish you would not come to school with your hands soiled that way. What would you say if I came to school with soiled hands?" "1 wouldn't say anything," was the prompt reply. "I'd lie too polite."— New York World. I'rncdonl Advice. Dcaoou Gooileaough (to boy fishing ou Sunday)- All, my lad. I>o you know where boys go to who fish on the Sab bath? Willie Brown Yes; most of 'em go down to Trout brook, but if you want to make a good catch I'd advise you to try right here.—New York Times. A .Mean Trick. Ella—He's the meanest man that ever lived. Stella—What has he done? Iilla- He asked me if I thought pa would object to him as a sou-iu-law, and when 1 blushed and said he would not lie went and proposed to iuy young er sister.—New York Press. Cnnne mol Effect. "That young woman next door to you goes in for music, doesn't she?" "Music? So called, yes." "Vocal or instrumental?" "A little of both. She's vociferous ly vocal and Instrumental in making the neighbors swear."—Catholic Stand ard and Times. Short Shrift. "I'm done with the east," said Skin ner. "I'm goiug out to the wild and woolly west. That's the only place for a hustler like me." "Yes," remarked Cutting, "that's the place where a man like you gets what he deserves."—Philadelphia Press. Dangerous Pursuit. "They say Miss Passey Is a great ■portswomau." "That's right. She goes In for big game too." "So?" "Yes. She's a man hunter."—Detroit Free Press. He Wes Wise. Young Bachelor—You made a funny error lu congratulating the bride's fa ther Instead of the bridegroom. Old Benedict—No, I didn't I've a daughter of my own, and I know what they cost.—Illustrated BltB. Circumstantial Evidence. Pickpocket (to lawyer who has got him free)—Even you believed me guilty. Lawyer—Oh, no; not In the least Pickpocket—Then why did you leave your watch and pocketbook home?— lleggendorfer Blatter. Surprised. Cholly—Sometimes, don't you know, one has to speak with mental reserva tion. She—Why. Cholly, I didn't know you ever had anything to reserve.—New York Press. The above cut represents the Port land cutter that we are selling this year, having already disposed of quite a number. We still have four cutters on hand. They are beauties in every particular. The workmanship and finish is ideal. These cutters are mod erate in price and within the reach of everybody. Get in line and buy one of these and enjoy yourself while the snow lasts. Our stock of lap robes, horse blankets, harness, whips, carriage heaters, etc. was never more complete. We would be pleased to have you inspect our line at any time. JUDITH HARDWARE GOMP'NY Presci iptions Our Specialty Physicians as well as patients recog-nijie our superior facilities for filling- pressriptions accurately, carefully and scientifically. Only the purest and best drug's used. Prices moderate and g-oods deliver ed to all parts of city. : : : : : PHILLIPS DRUG CO. ON THE CORNER [.....lkugs, I'atent Medicines, Stationery, Conklin's I'eus..... [ Red's Barber Shop -— — ____„ , Under the^Bank of Fergus County. The place where you get the most up-to-date haircut and the smoothest shave in the city. Fine bathrooms in connection. : : : WINTER IS MERE Look over your house and see if you don t think storm sash will be a saving in coal as well as a convenirnce. Also a roll of tar paper and a few battens will keep your chicken house warm. We are headquartei s for all building material. Order via phone. .... " Wl —=— Montana LumberCo T'3lephane INa. ?? Wells &-Elsu?orth Contractors and Builders,.. Plans prepared and estimates fur nished. See or address WELLS G- ELS WORTH LEWISTOWN, MONT. Edward Brassey Late register of U. S. Land Office LAND ATTORNEY Real Estate and Commission, Loans Negotiated. Inquiries Promptly Answered SETTLERS LOCATED Office In Lang Building, Next Doc to Land Office. Lewistown. Montam T. W. Warren THE CHRONOMETER WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER. Dealer in a general line of Watches, Clocks. Jewelery, Diamonds, Sapphires, Cut Glass. Many other things too numerous to mention. New jewelry made to order from na Wedding rings a specialty. Old Gold and Silver bought and sold at highest market price. SIGN, BIG WATCH. _Main Street, Near Fieth Avenue. •W. COOK Land Attorney RealEstate Notary Public and Insurance Fifth Ave., next to Golden Rule Si LEWISTOWN, MONTANA. n» MONTANA CARRIAGE SHOP Moran & Longevin Props. The Most Modern Equipped Shop in Lewistown. General Blacksmiths, Horse shoersand agon makers All work turned out in the shortest possible time Shop on Jareaux Street,opposite Dark Horse Livery Barn. ELKHORN LiOery Stable E. PINKLEY, Proprietor The best of turnouts in both double and single rigs ...... Public Patronage Solicited.