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February 19, 1910

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EIGHT THE COFFEYVILLE DAILY JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1910. A in day afternoon. Each member is expected to bring $1 and then tell how SOCIETIES Me haalthfulness LdSBSU .M DePlanty, Ethel Poff, Irene and Mar-sabella Gilllsple, Ada and Daisy Haz-elwood; Messrs. Otto Marshall, Russell McGuire, Charles Brooks, Bert Hicks, Delbert Miller, Roy Neilan, Harry and Miles Moore, Jesse Gam-brell, Opal Hazelwood, Mr. and Mrs. Poff, Mrs. Gillispie Mr. Straw. Mrs. Cammack entertained the classmates and a few other little j friends of her son, James, at their home Thursday evening. It being his ninth birthday. It was a complete j surprise for him. He -was called home and found a large assemblage of his friends. Games and music were enjoyed until nine o'clock when dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Those who enjoyed the evening were: j Ruby, Nellie' and Bessie Powell, Ruby Streeter, Rena Wright, Bonnie Light refreshments were served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. George Knotts, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greenlee, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Foland, Mr. and Mrs. McNabney, Mr. and Mrs. George Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mathis, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Gadley, Miss Knotts, Mrs. Ward, Miss Kniffin, Messrs. Raymond Maxwell, McGuire, Smith, Anderson, Wakefield. The Court of Honor being one of the best fraternal insurance societies transacting business in practically all the states, have just issued an official call for election of supreme officers, by which the delegates to the county convention that convened Tuesday, February 15, at Independence, were designated and elected from Coffey-ville Court number 425 as follows: Mrs. W. H. Hamilton, Mrs. John Bigelow, James H. Eskew. . The convention was carried tout-' in a systematic manner, presided over by W. E. Whitman of Independence acting as county Chancellor and Dr. J. F. Mitchell as secretary. The election of our county officers for the ensuing term of four years, 1KB it KIitf El ITIftT vju cinv ujiifib& h iugi Tfta Original and Genuine lidLTEES HILif Ths Fcod-drir.k for All Ages. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees wish the weikcot dresrion, DcEcicj5, invigorating and natriti'ra. Rich milk, malted gTain, powder form. A quick, hnch prepared in a niiaute. TakenosabstilBts. AskfcrHORLICK'S. Others are imitations. Brown, Mr. G. W.; Brown, Joe; Butler, Miss Grace; Burge, Miss Daisy; Burns, Miss Cora. Carys, M.; Carpenter, Mrs. F. F.; Celhan, Mrs. M.; Chambers, Miss Mary; Cox, Herbert R.; Coltharp, Mr. Grover; Cox, Miss Edna. Davis, Mrs. Emmer; Davis, Mrs. Caroline; Daniels, Mrs. Hattie; Davis, Mrs. Bessie; Davis, Mr. O. W.; Dele-no, Mr. Willis. Eckels, Mr. Worn.; Ellen, Mr. W. F. Faust, Mr. John; Foster, Miss Inez; Fulbright, Mr. Henry; Fegsur, Mr. Walker. Garrison, Mr. Ed; Foldy, Mrs. F. F. .Hagan, Mr. Jim; Haird, Mr. J. L.; Hallan, Miss Hazel; Hall, Mrs. B. R.; Hazs, M. A.; Hardy, Mr. J. H.; Heath- coat,' Ohas.; Hiles, Fred D. ; Hoard, JessT Howell, C. F.; Hughs, .A. A.; Hunt, Oscar; Humphrey, Oliver; .Hur-tenchen, Geo. Ing, Miss Lillian; Irigalls, C. ' A. ; Johnson", J. L. iKeyes, W. R.; Kunkel, India. Lanning, S. A. D.; Lawson, Mr. E. M.; Lawson, G. B.; Linipe, C. Martin, D. E.; Madn, Oza; Marths, Winth; Mitchell, Edward; Moore, Mary, (2) ; Moon, M. J. , Peat, Mack; PorreJl, Myrtle; Por- ten, 'Bennie; Post, Thomas. 'Raymonds, Mr.; Richards & Benton, Attys.; Rider, Sarah; Rolen, Georgia L. Sanders, S.; Sanders, Clarence; Selvage, Kate; Sims, Norvil; Stevens, R. W.; Sullivan, Ellie. Thompson; Tournej', Sara. Ven, Ben; Vermehren, Mrs. Fannie. . White, Luceal; Walters, Miss Clara, Webster, Lucile ; White, " Wm., ' (2) ; Williams, Frank. Young, Mrs. Ettie. Parties calling for any of the above will iplease say. advertised and give date of publication. ED RAM MEL, Postmaster. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig nature is on each box. 25c. T.T.S. NO MORE GRAY HAIR It is easier to preserve the i color of the hair than to restore it, although it is possible to do both. Our grandmothers understood the secret. They mdde and used a "sage tea," and their dark, glossy hair long after middle life was due to this fact. Our mothers have gray hairs before they are fifty, but they are beginning to appreciate the wisdom of our grandmothers in using "sage tea" for their hair, and are fast following suit. The present generation has the advantage of the past in that it can get a ready to use preparation called Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur. As a scalp tonic and color restorer, this preparation is vastly superior to the ordinary "sage tea" made by our grandmothers, and it can be bought for 50 cents and $1 a bottle at almost any first-class drug store, or will be sent direct by the Wyeth Chemical Company, 74 Cortlandt St., New York City, upon receipt of price. JORDAN-FLOREA DRUG COMPANY Vagzaics cf a CoK. You can Dover hp quite sura where a cold is going to hit you. In the f ill end winter it may fettle in the bowels, producing severe pvin. Do not be alarmed nor torment yourself vdth fears of appendicitis. At the first sin of a cramp take Perry Davis' Painkilcrin warra, sweetened water and relief comes at once. TherP is but one Painkiller. Perry Davis'. FARM LOANS. .Long time, annual interest. Lowest rates, no commission. ETCHEN BROS.' LAND CO. 102 East Eighth. Coffeyville, Kan CHICHESTER S PILLS Wyr- THE lIAMON BKAX1. A. ni VXMtVft HRIKII I'll t a rax years known as Best. Safest. Always Reliable SOLD BY DMGGISTS EVERYWHERE til i:tr:i ftd Anil atifinM kriirw Marvel wHlo ?ph uoucne Ask your dnuslst for ma? ft. If he ran not supply he MARVEL. acceDt no ohe br send BtamD for IHbs- trated book--sealed. It elves fall AOas Mantles!) are the tough kind t'hl-cbe.4er'a Diamond BrandV IMlls in Urd and Oold mrtailicWx txes. sealed with Blue Riljhca. Take bo other. Jivr of roar V 5 she earned it. A program and re- reshments will add to . the interest of the afternoon. All friends of the church are cordially invited. The Wrest Side Thimble Club was pleasontly entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. T. Miller, 514 West Third street. The inclem ent weather kept many from coming but those who rwere present enjoyed a delightful afternoon. Refreshments were served. The Rachel Steihman Concert Co. give their concert at the Christian church Monday, February 21. This s the last number of the lecture course and promises to be one of the best. Miss .Steinman is one of tihe eading violinists of today. ' The Research Club will meet with Mrs. Charles D. Welch Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. The lesson for the day will be the second half of Martin Chuzzlewit. Miss Lyons will lead the discussion. The regular meeting of the chorus of the Matinee Musicale will be held Monday afternoon at the Baptist church. The hour is 4 o'clock. F. T. DIENST PASSES AWAY. Death Claims Respected and Well Be loved Citizen. Bartlesville Enterprise: At 7 o'clock this -morning F. T. Dienst died at his residence, 32S Cherokee ave nue. Death was not wholly -unexpect ed by the family, but the blow falls with no less force on the ibereaved and aching hearts because of this. Ever since the stroke of iparalysis, which occurred flast Tuesday, affect ing t'he left side of the face and aim, and afterward spreading over the entire body, the family has been expect ing the worst, but hoped that the end might be prolonged. All that imedical skill could do was done. F. T. Dienst was 'born in Wayne county, Indiana, sixty years ago. He was maried to iMiss Ernmaline Keck at Arcadia , Indiana, who died six years ago. She was buried in White Rose cemetery here. ' On January 27 last Mr. Dienst was married in Rogers, Arkansas, to Mrs. May Rickett, who together with the following children survive him: Mrs. L. Overlees, Mrs. Ernest Flinn, Frank, Robert, Dwight and Mabel, the last four ibeing the children at home and all Jiving ihere. Two brothers, Dan of Coffeyville, and Frank-of Par sons, Kansas, are here for the funeral. Another brother, Dr. Dienst of Chicago cannot be here. Mr. Dienst .been a consistent member ol il. Christian church for many years. The funeral will take place from the Baptist church at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the Chris tian church building "being unavaila ble. Rev. F. D. Macy. -pastor of the Christian church, will have charge of the obsequies, assisted by the Mason ic, K .of P. and Grand Army lodge, of which orders Mr. Dienst was a anem- ber. , Interment wil Ibe in White Rose cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dienst and daughter, Miss Mary, who live on North Buckeye street, in this city, left Saturday morning for Bartlesville to attend the ifuneral. Unclaimed Letters. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the postoffice at Coffeyville, Kan., for the week ending February 12, 1910 Adams, Miss Edna; Anderson, Mr. Lucy; Andrews, Mrs. Louice; Arm strong, Mr. Ed. Baum, Isidor; Billingsly, Mrs. A: M. The Science of It It's the ability to tesl and judge the quality of all Drugs and Medicines that we handle to know the correct doses, to know in advance how different Drugi and Chemicals act in com-Ibination and to be ab'e to combine taem properly these are the important things to know so . that prescriptions may be properly filled. . JWe sp-ride ourscives on this knowledge in prescription compounding. Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions. The Jordan-Florea Drug Co Drugs, Sundries, .Paints, Oils and Glass. Phone 29 Harry Jordan 120 W. 9th St. P. B. Florea 1M in In Heal Estate FARMS, TRUCK FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY THE KANSAS LAND CO. (D 340 acre suburban farm home, beautifully situated, 3 miles west of the city, one-half mile from 5c limit on interurban street car line; 110 acres Onion Creek 'bottom, no overflow, a good acreage second creek bottom land in cultivation, some prairie land about 100 acres heavily timbered, some valuable timber, good acreage alfalfa, orchard and small fruit, well improved large 10-room house, large barn and granaries, improvements, beautifully located on high elevation overlooking the valley and city of Coffeyville, Kansas; 4 gas wells paying J5400 yearly royalty, free gas for all domestic purposes. Price JjS75 Per acre, one-half cash, balance long time at low rate of interest. (2) 40-acre suburban farm on the -car line 3 miles west of city, car line run ning through the land. Price j580 per acre, part cash, balance time, low rate of interest. This tract can be cut up in five and ten-acre tracts and sold at a big profit. (3) 75 acres southeast (from Edna, Kansas, on the Kansas-Oklahoma state line; prairie land; part in cultivation, balance meadow and pasture. Price $10 Per acre, $750 $400 cash, balance one, two or three years at a per cent interest. (4) 80 acres southeast from Coffeyville in Oklahoma, valley land; 60 acres cultivation, 20 acres pasture, timbered, 3-room box house, stable, good water, good shade, black sandy soil. Price $1850 $1050 cash, bal-an ten years 8 per cent interest. (5) 60 acres east from Nowata, Oklahoma, prairie, one-half mile from creek, 20 acres slightly stoney, all level land, black limestone soil, close to oil and gas production. Price $785 $385 cash, balance three years, 8 per cent interest. (6) SO acres in Gove County, Kansas, part in cultivation, mostly level land. Price $650- Will trade for good city property worth the money. 10 acres S1 miles southeast of city; second creek bottom land, all in cultivation; will make an ideal truck and chicken farm, not far from city. Price $200' $100 cash, balance in one or two years at 8 per cent interest. (8) 10 acres south of Edna, Kansas; good prairie land. Price $125- CITY PROPERTY (9) Large 4-room house, large colonial front porch, barn, corner lot, brick walks in front and along side of lot, one block from car line on East Sixth street, good location. Price $1175 $75 cash; balance $10 per month. (10) 5-room house on West Tenth street, good location, high and well drained. Price $875 $275 cash, balance $10 Per month. (11) A large roomy 4-room house southwest part of city, panty, closets, large colonial front porch. Price $875 $275 cash, balance $10 per month. (12) A' practically new 4-room house on West Tenth street. Price . $925. $125 cash, balance $10 Per month. (13) A new roomy " 3-room house in southwest part of city,' house practically new. Price $075. ""$175 cash, balance $10 per month. (14) We can furnish you with yery low price on houses of different "sizes in different "parts of city, from small houses to modern homes; vacant, lots in any part of the city on payments or cash. Phone or ,call on THE KANSAS LAND CO. Phone 470. 102 East Eighth St KNIGHTS & LADIES OF SECURITY. Elliott Council No. 166 meet3 every second, fourth and fifth Friday even ings in oia oad Fellows' hall. Visitors welcome. Mrs. R. V. Perry, president; Florence E. Miller, secretary; C. L. Swan, financier. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Coffeyville Council No. 991 meets first and third Wednesdays of each month in Roesky's hall. Visiting Knights always welcome. Geo. J. Pfister, G. K.; Henry Bergman, financial secretary. THE HOMESTEADERS. Gite City Homestead No. 101 meets every Tuesday evening in old I. 0. O. F. hall on Walnut street. L. D. Jones, president; E. E. Bateman, secretary; D. H. Martin, treasurer. THE IONIA TRIBE OF REDMEN. Coffeyville Wigwam No. 5S meets first and third Saturdays ir each month in Woodmen hall. J. A. Smithers, Sachem; Thomas Daniels, C. of R. M. W. A. Meets every Wednesday niht at hail, 812 Walnut street. Visiting Leighbors always welcome. C. G. Mitchell, clerk; C. II. Kennedy, consul. FRATERNAL AID ASSOCIATION. Meets every second and fourth Friday nights of each month in Roesky's hall; visiting members welcome. J. W. Richardson, president; Foster Baltz, secretary. A. H. T. A. Meets every second .and fourth Thursday nights of each month, in the city hall. C. II. ITotchkiss, president; Gus Elliott, secretary; Ben Reiter, financial secretary. A. O. U. W. Coffeyville lodge No. 279 meets every Thursday evening in M. W. A-hall, 812 Walnut street. Your attendance will be appreciated. Visitors always welcome. J. F. Shipley, M. W.: W. F. Brinkerr, secretary. DR. C. L. POWERS Makes a Specialty of . DISEASE OF THE RECTUM.... Piles, Fissure, Fistula and Uicers treated in the latest approved methods. No knife, no logating, ho pain, no detention from business. Room 4, Hall building, Coffeyville, Kansas. RAILROAD TIMETABLES Arrival and ofKaty Departure Trains. COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS ARRIVE SOUTHBOUND DEPART 25 940 a.m 23 6:55 P.m 20 11:55 p,in PASSENGER 9:40 a. m. ARRIVE NORTHBOUND DEPART 22 2:29 a. m, 24 9:40 a. ra. 26 6:07 p. in. PASSENGER 1:29a. m. 9-40 a. m. -6:07 p. m. Missouri Pacific. North 10:40 a. m., 5:50 p. m., 11 a. m. South 6:15 a. m., 7:50 a. m. and 5:35 p. m. East 5:25 p. m. and (freight) 7:00. West 10:30 a. m., and (freight) 8:00 a. m. Santa Fe. Leave north 11 a. m. and 4:25 pa Arrive 9:00 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. SCHEDULE OF THE UNION TRACTION COMPANY Coffeyville-lndependence Line The first car leaves Independence for Coffeyville at 6 a. m. The second oar leaves at 6:30 a, m. aod after that every hour at 30 minutes rast the hour up to and including 10:30 p. m., which is the last car. Beginning at 6a.m cars leave Coffeyville for Independence every hour on the eVen hour up to and including 11 p. m., which Is the last car. Baggage and express car leaves Coffey ville for Independence at 8:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m., and leaves Independence for Coffeyville at 10:55 a. m.. and 3:55 p. m. Beginning at 6 a. in., cars leave Eighth and Walnut streets going north and south every 15 minutes on the even divisions of the hour. s Eighth Street Line. The first car leaves Eighth and Walnut streets going east at 6:10 a. m. Beginning at 6:30 a. im. cars leave Eighth and Walnut streets going east and west every 20 minutes, at ten, thirty and fifty minutes past the hour. Right is reserved to change sched-ulo without notice. Leader of Jefferson Theater Orchestra ROBT. P. SCOVILLE, Music furnished for all occasions. Professor of music. Teacher of violin and all orchestra instruments, cornet and all band instruments, mandolin and guitar. Studio S02 East Eighth street. Phone 532. J .J. J .J. .J. $ .J J ! J ! F. L. VAN GORDER, M. D. Specialist on Diseases of the i Rectum. & J I Guarantee to cure all die- eases of the Rectum (except Cancer), Piles, Fistula, Fissure, & Stricture, without the use of the ? knife, clamp or cautery or injec- tion method. No Cure No Pay. 5 No Pay until Cored. Examina- tions free. Send for references. 4 Rooms 8-9, Kellogg Building. Phone 296, Coffeyville, Kansas. 4 $ . $ 4 4 4? ' 4' 4 4 A ik Plunkett, Aileen Robertson, Alta An-1 derson, Lucile Misamore, Fred Hood, Jesse Jones, George Beechwood, Verl Neer, Walter Pomerenke, Flosse Ken nedy, Bly Smethers, Thomas Sweeney, Dennis and Willie Higday. - Only a small crowd attended the program given by the Matinee Musi-cale last Monday afternoon. The participants deserve much praise in their program as follows: Paper Miss Lelia Elliott Mendelssohn, Spring Song Mrs. Lawrence Dulley Buck, My Redeeme- and My God Mr. Brown Paul Revere's Ride Miss Weible Accompanied by Miss Graham. Balse, The Day is Done Mrs. Hopkins Nevin, Good Night, Beloved Mrs. W. H. Lang Kjeralf, Spring Song ...Mrs. Breece The Searchlight Club will be enter tained by Mrs. W. L. Marcey, 802 Lincoln, Monday afternoon. The follow ing program will be given: Subject Men of the Revolution. Roll Call Responded to by Toasts to the Men. Men of the Revolution Lafayette Mrs. C. L. Long Robespierre Mrs. E. R. Dick Marat Mrs. E. R. Hawthorne Necker and Turgot Mrs. George Burkhart Miraveau Mrs. L. E. Robinson Music Round Table Stories of Washington. ..." '' A party of friends very pleasantly surprised Mrs. James Hart Monday evening, February 14, at -her home near the Blue Ribbon school house in honor of her fifteenth birthday. Mrs. Hart received many beautiful presents. Music was- the feature of the evening after which an elegant lunch was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ellison and sons William and Roy, Mr. E. D. Greathouse, Mrs. Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Mahan and sons Jack and Jammie and Miss Esther Mahan, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hart. All departed wishing Mrs. Hart many happy returns of the day. . The Shakespeare Club will meet Wednesday evening in the High School library at 7:45. The program is an interesting one and will be as follows: Roll Call ...Quotations from "Comedy of Errors." . Paper, Review of Comedy Mrs. Gertha Tolbert Paper, Character Sketches Miss Creighton Lesson, Comedy of Errors , R. Y. Kennedy, Leader General Discussion by Club Members. The 13 C. C. club will meet with Miss Bessie Green next Friday evening. Roll Call Quotations from Eugene Field. Bioigraphy of Eugene Field Myrtle Roach. Reading; "Little Boy Blue," Vivian Atwood. , Instrumental Music. Discussions Poems Club. A few Christianladies met at the home of Mrs. O. J. Allen, Tuesday afternoon, February 8, 1910, and organized a club known as the C. W. C. club. The following officers were elect ed: President Mrs. M. A. Smith. Vice President Mrs. H. O'Brien. Secretary Mrs. O. J. Allen. Treasurer Mrs. A. Bryan. TThe meeting then adjourned to meet the following Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Bibee. . The "Guest Day" meeting of the Coffeyville Culture Club which was to have been held Monday afternoon, has been postponed indefinitely. The next meeting -will be March 7 with Mrs, I. W. Potter, 609 Lincoln street. ' ' i The Earnest Workers will meet Thursday at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. F. W. Berrian, 607 Lincoln street. The members are all urged to be present and bring their thimbles. The Second Ward Circle of the Methodist church will give an experience social at the church Wednes SONG. Oh, like a queen, her. happy tread, And like a queen's her golden head;, But oh, at last when all it said, ," Her woman's heart for me! We. wandered where the river gleamed . ' ' ' 'Neath oaks that mused and pines that 'dreamed, ' ' A wild thing of the woods she seemed, So proud, and purfc and free! All heaven drew nigh to hear, his sing When from her lips her soul took wing The oaks forgot their pondering, The pines their reverie. And oh, her-happy, queenly tread, And oh, her queenly, golden.. hea&l-.. But oh, her heart, when all is said, Her woman's heart for me! William Watson. Monday. ine searcnugm v;iud win De entertained by Mrs. W. L. Marcey, 802 Lincoln. Tuesday. . The Current Club will meet with Mrs. Frank McClellan, 612 Lincoln. Wednesday. Shakespeare Club will meet in High School library at 7:45. Thursday. Earnest Workers will meet at the home of Mrs. F. W. Berrian, 607 Lincoln at three o'clock. Friday. Miss Bessie Green will be hostess to the 13 C. C. Club next Friday evening. - y'i 1 -111 The members of the U. C. T. and their wives and families enjoyed a tacky party at the U. C. T. hall on Walnut street last Saturday evening. George Washington and r.lartha Washington also- The Hatchet Ice Cream Moulds Order Row and We Will De- r liver when you say, : Many Other Fancy Forms to Select From ANYTHING In the Ice Cream and Milk Line IGE CREAM DEPOT also a delegate an dalternate to the state convention March 15, 1910; were as follows: Dr. J. F. Mitchell of Independence, state delegate; James H. Eskew of Coffey ville, alternate; James H. Es kew, County chancellor; Mrs. W. H. Hamilton of Coffey ville, treasurer; Dr. F. Mitchell, secretary. After the business of the - meeting being disposed of with heart felt con gratulations, the delegates were es corted over to the Heckman House where a fine dinner was served. Ev eryone greatly enjoyed the menu as well as being in company with the honored deputy, George Carson, of ndependence. The U. C. T. Ladies' Sewing Club met with Mrs. L. H. Mathis on Tues day afternoon. The time was spent with fancy work and a light luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Godley. Those present were: Mrs. A. J. Ogden, Mr. Charles Fur- ner, Mrs. Ben Morgan, Mrs. A. E. Miles, Mrs. Harry Strong, Mrs. A. C. Bristol, Mrs. Charles McCormick, Mrs. Ralph Greenlee, Mrs. L. M. Bums, Mrs. Sloan, Mrs. Godley of Kansas City, and Mrs. Ward of Peru, Ind.f were guests. Mrs. George Collins and Mrs. Tom Carey were invited to join the club. The next meeting to be March 1 with Mrs. Tom Coney, 106 West Second street. 4. The Current Club will meet-Tues day, February 22, 1910, with Mrs. Frank McClellan, 612 Lincoln street. The following program will be given: Roll call Quotations from Vanity Fair. The lesson will be the whole of Vanity Fair led by Mrs. R. V. Brown and Mrs. A. E. Wilson. Character Sketch of Becky Sharp Mrs. A. S. King. . - ,. : . Sketch of the Crawleys Mrs. P. H. Cass", . ' Comparison of "George Osbbrn and Major Dobbin Mrs: -'J. H. Keith. ;: 1 The - Scene L of Rebecca at Court Mrs; J. H. Stephens.' Miss Delvia Hazelwood, of 704 East Fourth street entertained Monday ey;-? ening.'witht a' Valentine party. Tne evening .was spent In playing several very interesting games after which a most palatable lunch was served. Those who enjoyed Miss Hazelwood's hospitality werei Misses Bessie Huddleson, Edith Hobbs, Leona Sparks, M able Straw, Agnes . and Tillie Bettisworth, Delia XUdiea. MASVEL CQ- 44 . 23() St., Hem