Elko High School - Pohob Yearbook (Elko, NV)

 - Class of 1911

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N , . . -. , . ,, , , , no A 1 1 XL ' 'z' ,' 111111 -' s,..1-I 'z ', - 15 'li' '- ' li' - 1'1 . ,. . . i . i 1 - 1 - ' 1 A ELKO HI Dedication Poem by A D Crofut I' ko 5 1 X to Lk 4 u gl pral c lNor would I e er Ure ln laudmgr lt hxgher ln memorv of hw gone dawg L you rn xx t1l'thc Jurlgrnuntl When you ll flnu your starch IU sam Phare s no other svhool that N such a real Jewel ISL good little hoye don t make any nowc And to xou the reason I ll tell Whv It s If lko H1 that I ll bld good hw Vlrlth a Gad ml fond farcvttll Not more than the fpht vf red and wh1te The proud emblem of our school xnf zach In al heart xx th rmghtw atxrt Rc spomle to the golden rule Our paper Pohoh ls an awful Job But we DTIIL It mst the Qame For on tlrtless mugs our pralse lts smgs Learlmg our sohool on to fame Our stall' artlst too Qhows xx hat She can oo bo look at our cover please Then your heart wnll vearn and vour thoughts return 'lo turkev and CYSUIJPTTIER Our Prof IS right kmd but leave me hehmd Our mxschlef and p anksome ways? No take It from me there wlll nexer be The mme xx hen youth thmks ut pays On a wmter s mght when Luna IS brlght And Prof thlnks we re worklng stlll ES, ll the svhc ol I lo 'e , -'L nl In tl - f 'amle-,t words of 'f 1, ' D So look wlwr' f aj ' ' . ' ' ' - lay, V Y ' . - . . , - . ' - ' , K I ' , 7 x . . . I . - . - ,. ' V , , . t . . , The same wllc-ther shine or rain. 1 1' I I I i ' ' J v A 31 I I ' v Q w , ' , v ' - , x 7' 4 I 4 I t X 7 I n C X n 1 . S: , , . . . ' ' . f y I I I :Q 1 'Z .' j 'z 1 , 'v , ' ' . I . , L , , 4 5 D , I 1 1 . 1 - ' D 3 N K K 1 - 3 l . , I ' . . v 7 , , . ' , V . . ' v Lll XXL f N KN cw Q., u dm .tri x 1 1 itll im in t tl ll'b UIUC XLAI 1 Sl: 1 lcaui oxcu fuqiub ix the led and whitt is tho SY mlm 0 mi, non 0 ox 1 1 it It So arwvcll to Yiiln and xulumit hui in 100 Wt turn with tliogl.1dINux X441 iom merry Yult liy 0 iimpv stimuli r..x Wiiich wc gint with tht mme griorl L -1 Thi "llUj'S'1llll girls talw :riiiio :iwtiil 'hirl lfiii' vowptiri :1 spurt with 11 thrill. Yo Vt " ox' the- fun wo lizwmf, 1'v'i'y mv, Wl 1 st 'z '- " ling fuzisciii is lu-111. For the-ri wa- as mic join iii fm' the lilllll Th -j ll' 't ' nf thc- Q 1' '. I'vu t wld you this much, thc fort l sl 'm't t much, But 3' 'N 'tt ji 4 fs Wl N' ' ' ' ' - l 1' 'wht Sui if 'wall tl ' "st, ' f , A - 1- - - - 5 fl l, 'E ' . l , . 7 ,. 1 F' t l i'j:'l l"1j " " i' 'hc-1 UC TE SH Hollclay Number, January, 1911 Vlr bnlth s Chrlstmas Glft As Seen Brom the Prmc pal s Pomt of Vxcw A Dav ln the Rubles The E H S Llterary Soclety Outdoors m the Troplcs Exchanges Edltorlals A Mxdmght Serenade Natuu Q Best Alumm Notes Wmter Book Talks Society Chlldhood Jokes wertsmg Index '71 O O Ol O "1 "" .' " '... .............. . " ' 'f ' ' '1 " .... " ' "' .......................... . . ' ' ................4....... ,12 " ' ' " ..................... .....14 . ......................................... 25 ' "5 .......................................... J' " ' ' " .......................... ...32 " ' HK . 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J ' ' ' ' . , ' THB POHOB January days He thought of hrs Wlfe and baby boy HlSVKlfC had dled when th bay wa only two y ars old After the mother s death the baby turned to hls father for the tender lov and care vxllch his mother had always gnen hlm The father also turned to hxs baby for confort and IU thls way father and son grew to love each other more ten lerly day by day The boy looked upon his father as an example and trled to emulate lnm ln every way while Mr bmlth s heart seemed bound up IU hls son and he tlltd to be worthy of the boy who thought so mach of hmm A few years afterward when baby Charles was old enough to go to school many a nlght Mr Smlth would slt by hxs Slde helpmg hum promunc a hard word or wlth a problem wh1ch the boy could not work It wa a plea ant slght to see both the old gray halred man an:l sma'l curly headed bov bent over the book After study was over Mr Smlth would tell Charles of hls mother who was aiwavs cheerful and happy Charles could but dlmly remember er So a few years passed and Charles fimshed publlc school and declded to go to tollege The man could never forget ttat day when the boy left and after watchmng rum untll he was out of sxght he turned and looked upon his home whlch now seemed lonely for never before had Charles been away W1 1 e at a'leg Curle a J latel wxth wlld cornpamons and before 'ong led a reckless hfe He fen m debt and sent home for money whreh was promptly sent to hxm Charle lovsuer dld not seem able to b eak away from hxs old hablts and was contmually wrltmg for money whxch was always sent Flnally Mr Smnth wrote to hls son tellmg hlm he would send no more money for hlm to spend foollshly He also told how lonely lt was wlthout hxm and how he wxshed hls toy could come home Atter rfadmg thls letter Charles declded to do better and make himself a credit to h1s father For a whxle he lmproved butlt was all ln vam H fell mto g eater debt than ever and wrote home once more for money Mr Sfmth would not send lt ter he knew It would do hls son no good and he wrote telllng Charles and advxsxng hlm to come home and work to pay hxs debt The letter was never 6 l ' -1 -1 f , E . 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A . , I - .. . u .. 1911 IHIL POHOB answered and no word came to the lonely man llVlng ln the lxttle cottage He had heard from one of the scnool boys tnat Charles was very angry at not havlng I'C4f?lVLCl the money and ln a fit of anger had gone West to work ln the mmes All this had happened wlthm a year s tlme Mr Smlth was now thlnkmg of the precedlng year when hxs son had been home and of the happy Chrxstmas they had spent H1 h art relentej and he was now sorry that he had not sent the money and no trouble would have happened 'Vh old man had an unuttcrable longing In hls heart for hls loved son At length he arose and started slowly for the door Lookmg up he saw a man standmg m the door It was Charles who had be n a sllent spectator He had come home He had opcred the door urnotlced and had watched hls father guessmg hls thoughts Lnarl s had struca a rlch mme and returned home rolllng m wealth The father clasped hls son by the hand and threw hls arm around hmm unable to say a word Father and son sat by the flre tall mg over old times untll very late Thls was mdeed a happy Chrlstmas een rom the rznorpctls 1910 oznt E have now passed through the first four months of school the most dlflicult perrod of the school year and have accom pllshed considerable We have all made mlstakes and un doubtedly wxll make others m the future but our mxstakes must not welgh heavily against us We can and w1ll complete a success 11 1 -. 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Ill HJHU l111u.111 ful year 1f11r all pull togcthel e total enrollment up to :lite l1 as bun lo su. rf xx o ve left mmm' tu le ul emo ment t L of stu eembtr 'lst xetly 10 ft 11 o t 1111111 s yeal The p111c1pal l1as wry l1ttlt to sax concc1111nLr the pcrsoml of the studt nt body exeeptlngs such comments as .111 szratlfwng to all cfnuned Tle grcat TNI-lOlltN ot studnnts hut bean c er ct cons1cent1ous loyal and tlllt 'Ile chul lat t elernent ot DlINOIl'll ends nor ULXL! moxt IH 11111 ru and e su Jort of the publle ntvtz mont e 1t1lH ll Dlllltlllll has founm the studrn body responsuct to XCIV suggcstnn th1t has bun 1nsubord1nat1or1 haw not bean known Vt 11 x l l a c m n1ty of equals vyorlmg fc om end uf TI l tt t ouxselxe and souety W l1 a LJl1llIlLldIlLL l t ha1n1o115 rannot fall At the begmmng of school 1n Qept vse began our plans for some athletlt esents The first qucstmn that pr: cntcd lt elf vsas that of hnances To our freat d1sappo1ntmert ue found that 1 L only we W me vvlthout fun la but that the atl1let1c A so ldfltlll vas deeply 1n debt The Board of EClUCztl0I'1 klflfllfv ecnstntcd to donate 5110 tolvaxd these l1ab1l1t1c and the rtmamlng an1ou11t cons1st1ng, of small b1lls here and thele was assumed ty the As so 1at1on We began our campalgn fol funds and thanks to the en IVY of our eapable Bdslness manager the support ofthe younff m n of th tovvn ba ket ball tea 1 th student body and the publlc 1n ,qeneral these debts were llquldated and the Assoelatlon put on asubstant1albas1s Our events came ffl as scluculcd ret lvl xs resultmg as we m1ght wlsh but nuer the less provlng that we can do th1nf'fs1f we vx1ll Not onlv have we g1ven much attent1on to athlet1cs lut the sehool 3CtlVlflPS along other l1nes haxe not been ncgleetcd A llterary soclety ha b n establlshel WhlCh bxds fa tovm some laur l for tne s hwol Here we may develop a future Demosthenes or Webster or PhlllDS H re some youth may exper1enc'e a grand awakemng to hxs poss1b1l1t1es Let us make thlS organ1Lat1on the S 'l' 'I ' ll .2 ' gf ' 73 X 'V Th . e ' - z z. ll "', 1 'h rn ha , i" f l 1 1 't al ' ll 2 :1 the elos- ., 'l mol E9 I De' 1 L. :. exz ' Z1 - ' m 1'- than durin f any mu' I I V .' 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And novs in closing let me thank the students of Elko Countv High School for their support up to date and let me ask a con tinuanee of this spirit during the remaining months of the school year L tus 'nake this school of which we are a part a concrete elem nt of good in this communlty Much IS Justly expected of u let us not disappoint those who are sacrificing much for us ay nik uloxes E982 11 h ve lived among the foot hills of the Ru y Range for almost eight years and until Just a few days ago I had no inclination to climb up and in peaks which tower so far above One morning Shatter our hired man said something about liking mountain climbing I lm mediately began to urge him 10 go with me up to one of the hlvhet p aks rising from the foot hills above the ranch He hung back for som time saying that he thought it was more than he could do but at last he consented Th rext ma nmv bright and early we started out leaving our coats behind We decided that the best way would be to follow dire tly up a sharp riige leading up to the peak After we had I 1 I Q . ., E a ' ' b vestigato the rocky cliffs and patches of everlasting snow on the 101 H 1 go On wse111nto the foot 11111Q m'11 11411 1 c ' 1112041 flttentlon was attractcd 115 ul it scum ' 1 1 s l L 1 IJ 1c1Ctu1 bv L111llJ911N uc 111XCN12,x ,xr ' ovoq xr u 1 m Y wc out 0 11111 ll 1 L 11 N 1111111 Nun xxfuun .xvn 1 1 0 5 Ill 3111 11111 u omxoml 111111 r 'un L11 11011251 ll HU1 unc u 11 L I lc x1Y1f'?l XLI 1L1ICNfL1L .' as L1 f ' ,5, 1 L 111111111 1 9111111111 .v , w 11 of sn aw :month 1ldf1fTlI1' on 1C1 II 11 mu 1 0L1Q,'11l1VS3' eo steep m Q 'n 1 xc Q om lgor use New bunch of Q1.f,fL1lU911dIC1Q,IdKk or 1111 1111 ca our 1 m 11 n rcachlng the top we Sat down on fx 14111 to 10011 annum 1 Qcoxcud 11 t we md 1 na'm lur new 4 1 antry X on tm 1 ,L 1 w WI wmlteranumml will 411 D1 5 9 Nlmrth 'a t we CO1l1m1SCi, A 'uc u on Q mea m 11 mb 1 strc C1 0 ay 12111 cxtqn lflf mm Q 1 0 m :Amie wr, of Obmo Aftur xv' 1 Jr L 11 ' fun Qtallc upwalm IC W nm we ' , 1 mvmf ox Ln m 1f.",1L'dtSG"l'llC'1YL1C Q a ugc' mrbcnoe Q storm on 11110 mom H111 The 011101 tw 1 thu natural hoxowhoe was oux L1CS1lI1dtl0I1 Ldou IQ vxfs .1 ue canvon, both ?1L1CSOf vxhlch more c'oxc'ud vxxth mu lmvglr rockQ 1nt1'L nook- and Creuces of XR1l1x,11 lDL1I'HLI'H1U1L mme tlC0b wire growrg From the wry bottom of tim Lanyon them camo to our care. the roarmg 4 f a muuntam bfuam, and the bellowmg of herds of IHDQC vattle that found 01 scanty lnmq on tha banlw of the Qtream O lr program anmv the locks and trecs was very slow SIYILG W anpp ewrv cv yards to ut pmanutb and to roll locks mor t11L canyon 5 verge to sec' and mar them thunder down untll some o Htaclf' bane thou' DI'OTI'0vw WL contmucd on ln tlus manner untll We were almost oppowlte Lhn peak and the patch of snow whlgh had appeared to grow Qtcadlly larger unt11 11 now Qcomod 10 '1'1iI'1 ' 101' -12ll1lll1'y tt ' ' ' ' . , ' S1111 11 11111111 1" ur C ' 'J ' ' ' ' 'zz pr' 'f1 To 111' 1114 ruins of 2111 o1c1 fwrt w11ir'11 z1ppi':a1'a'11 to 111 but :1 :111 rt 1is1f1r vu ll11'UL11' 21111. 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U ,. . i V1 . l Y I 1 . 7 A ' - ltll PUHOL ldlltldlj Gutoloors In the qgropzcs AVR I Jvlu P TO tl'e tlme that mv story opens thexe were only two events of any 1mportanee to the rmdtr that took place ln m e T e hr t was mv baptlsfn the seeond m graduatron from college bome v lst old fellow wlth lots of money and a laelt of anvthlng useful to do once rtasontd out that ons s name played an lmportant part IH the shapxnlz of ones IC P rhaps that IS so ln that cas I vt surely got sofnt had luek com mg some tlme My mother dxed shortly alter my buth and the shock of her death kllled my father so that at an early age I was thrown upon the ten ltr mexmes of distant relatxves To them fell the tlsk of nammgr, me Atter agood dell efquarzellng and tlghtlng amongst them Ivyas gzraecd vslth the pretty lxttle cogro mea of Thtoron Ala rea Ailed to thus wa mx surname Van de Vuek Pretty lxttle load for one to earrv all through lxfe eh? It mast not be eonclud d from my na'ne that Iam Dutch or Inngllsh for I am nur Ameucan through and through Just as was mv father and grandfath r before me In the d e course of tlmel recened my dlploma as a CIVII Englneer from dear oll Cornell I shall never forget that Com m neen nt that last partlnr fran d ar frlenl and the scenes of so many happv tlmes Well sueh thlngs must be and so lt was wlth me For two long years I pursued my professlon makmg more or less monev but never more than sufficient needs I was ln thls cuniltloa wma the events wh1ehIa'n about to narrate transplred One brlght November day I was strolllng down the rraln street of my home town ln Wvommg drlnklnff ID the warm sunshlne and fy x 1 . ..v l4 2 ' I C -rw I nv 'Zo ,, I JH ' " 1-r -' I I 1 17 1 X v 1 1 YI 1 I N l I . p C A ' I 14 I I y llf. h s v I, . y . N . . M, l , 1 1 ' I ' x xck u xl . . . , . ' 1 Q ' lf. p 1 I . . N , H . e , e G. , - , 'V . . 1 1 ,L .R . . , 2 : . 1. . TL , , 4 -, . , A- . -e . he .. .. 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Q R. .Y !'v x' 151 IHL POHUB thlnklng w h It a dcfxr old world thls was anyh w l was cnjoylng, mystll Inn n ly haxmg Just returned from tht completlon of a tontrut whlth h ld nttttd mt a neat httlt sum of money a d lllylllt, YlUtllll'lf,f llllllltllldtt to do was Illlpi-IIIUQ to enjoy a nttle r at 5.1 l ltnly I almost colll lt I wlth a man w ho wasgust emerglng an a hot o 1 tlllflq' ht cxclalmcd If1t1sntA I Iom Ialkm an' Whtyt on eartl dnl you spung hom" From v York I just got ln a c v moments ago and was just startmg to o ot ow are vou and how xs the wolld uslng vou' using my hand as L would a pump handle Just fine' I rtphtd toms ap homt wlth me and we ll talk old tlmes H asstntc l and wt set out for home 'Tom Iarkman was my old chum graduatmg ID the same year as mystlt and hkc myself takmg a dlploma ID Clyll tngmecrmg At college we had svorn eternal f1'lCI'ldSlllD I had not seen hlm SIHLC ffraduatlon We spent the afternoon talklng of frlends we had known long ago of scenes dear to us both and ln lamcntmg the changes that had occurred smcc those happy school days now last and gone folevtr Algy askcd Tom suddenlv Were you eyer ln MEXICO? xe ever w s Well nextherw 191 but lm gomg a1d Iwant you to go wlth me W1ll you? I should certainly llke to I replled But I don t see how I can Just at prts mt You kno v I wasn t born uch although my name lmphes dmlt S me day ft r I la1I up a m I0 t I wlth you Oh you old mlser quoth Tom You don t deserxe to be asked to go anywhere Howeyer for old tlmCSQ3lxC I'l bear wlth vou thrs once Follow me and Ill make you lxch Ill profn se you You see It happened th1s way some tlme ago a bunch ofMex1cans took ltlT1tO thelr heads that they wanted to bulld a rallload down there IH Greaserdom somewhere Accordmgly one of thefn came to New York a short tlflle ago to make 31 angements for a survey Sonehow or other he hlt on me as the .J e to com mand the ucpe lxtlon You'l' need about ten men he sald You will need men who fear nothmg from an adder to abluvald You wlll also need a partner to share thzs wlth vou one who has the ahll I' I ,. 4. V 15 ' ' V 1 1 IL 1 ' v- 1 O v, v L- I ' ' y ya, ' ' J so 7 " I " ' 1 I ' n I 2 h 1 's :V 1 H l ' . 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Fl' ' fl."-'J j'h The i1'i" " 1911 1Hlf IOHOB tultlcs For the hxst few month all went well How we enjoyed tl 1 gla1lT1op1cal mghts mghts wher we all sat at the doors of our tents untll lat hours drlnkmg the beauties spread before Us the balmy a1rlaIe1 wxth the swe t perfume of Tropical flowers the p rfum of th Ma nolla ani tht hmeysuckle the deep green follxgt pecullar to the TTODICQ standmg out IU soft brllllancy ln the soft vvhlte nnnllght ll tenmg wxth delight to the sweet muslc such as only Tropical blrds can make It IS lmDOSSlbl6 for those who have never heard the song of the mocklng blrd to form any JI Jtlow af th meonparable svv elness and softne s of the tones of thls the weetest smger m all the world At tlm6S we would that we knew and loved so well Or we would tell storles or talk of tlmes gone by But such thlngs cannot alvsays last wlth mortal man For some tlme nothlng of great Interest occurred True one of our m n encountered a puma Nlllle alone ln the Jungle one day and lt looked for a tlme as though the ammal would get the best of the scrap wh1ch ensued but ln the end man s sklll prevalled and our man cane out of th fracas wlth Mr Puma s skm And then agam one day Tom and I emountereii a huge bush master In the Jungle and came near remalmng wlth hlm lt was tovvald evenmg whule we were yet on the tlerra callenta or hot lands Tom andl were a mlle or so m advance of our men s leetmv a sultable spot for a camp I was a few feet ln the lead and dxd not notice that Tom had stopped I espled what Icon sld red a gwod canpmv spot Tom I called Tom dld dld not come I turned around to ste what was the matter Goodress' there was Tom wlthm a few feet of a huge serpent and seemed to be enjoymg xt Nearer and nearer drew the serpent Oh why dldn t Tom move' I tried to shout and warn hum but somethmg se med to hold me ha k How beautlful was the serpent 1 began to love hlm Ivxanted to approach hlm and care s hxm There Tom was startmg toward hlm Id go too But sudoenly some thmg broke the spe'l What lt was I do not knew to thxs day but lt saved our llves A couple of shots from our revolvers and one " 1 ' 17 'I 'I iv L I I 1 se ' It ' ' ' ,l 5, ' -- sg I. Yi A . L. . , , 3 e 2 g ' " ' 1 ' L ' 3 ,Z H i A . K . . . . . .3 .Jef ' .f 3' . 1 e " 5 sing, sing the songs that we sang at college-the old sweet songs I 1 ' .- A , V Q 4 I . . . I I , V I I . , . , . . F 3 A . - , . I . - V . . . I . . H Y, ' ' 3, G. 1 . . - ,, . . ' e . . ' ,, . " ," . ' ' . ' ' . A . . . , v . , . . . 3 If . u . . I I u V v Q u I ' ' I - - , 1 1 , . L nf ' IHIL POHUB January less serpent on earth Tom and I looked at c-'uh other Tom s face was xxhltc and probably 0 lt'-s s xx is ni c Virats the matter with us big mdtts that wt art' Fhere -.nothing t bc afraid of said Tom I couldn t ansxxe We afterward learntd the snake to have becn a bushmaster one of the most deadly of all snakes O't1h s some of Us would lose ourselves in tne dense Jungle but we all came out all right at the hnlsh It was about the middle of May I think tl at rtrrfrs fir t began to reach our ears telling of a rewolution dcvxn there in Southern Mexico Over half of our survey vt s dore but thc rrost dntfi ult part yet rc nalncl We were some nillt so 1th of the City of Mexico the ancient capital of tht Montcztna We vtcre tierra calienta behind and were entering the tlerra frla or cold regions The rumors were at first vague and unce tain but growlng in strength day by day It was our lntentlon to enter the Sierra Madres just south of the clty of M xicm to proc ei gralually southward skirting the farmus volcano of Pups atep tl th n to make the final crossl 5, Just north of Orlzaba 'Ihe mountain of the Star In these mountain somewhtre lt was said were concealed guerilla bands of the revolutlonlsts Each day brought us nearer to the suspected spots Nor were we sorry to leaxe the gulf regions behind for lt was fast app oachlng the rainy season when 11 1 beyond the power of any white man to stay on the Gulf and live We were now approaching the difficult part of our work A road from the city of Mexico northward would hardly vary from an altitude of seven thousand and five hundred feet for athousand miles W were now ent rin? a TGTIOD of the roughest character however one that would demand all our sk1ll as engineers Slowly we pravress d day bl day Gradually the Mlmosas and the Palms of the tlerra eallena gave place to the stately oaks of the tlerra templada or temperate lands ' These ln turn gate place to the forests of somber pine of the tierra frla Barancas or ravlnes open on every side down whose steep descfnts we could 18 " ' . . . 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' If . 7 ' 7 1911 me Honors loak for more than a thousand feet Arotnd mountams across dmay ravnnes through snow clad forests our urwev ran We were IH the md tof the grandest scenery on the globe ln the mldst of a grand volcamc clrcult Around us were the volcanoes Ornzaba Popocatcpetl lrtacxhuatl and Tolucca Ont day near the end of June thmgs began to happen O th1 part cular day w were busy as usual ln the tasks for which we were ln V1 Xl m Aa we vv rt maklng our way up a very steep baranca a bunch of ragged Mexlca s about a hundred nn number suddenly ener ed from a grove of fig trees on one of the sides of the ravme They polnted thtlr long rxfies at us and ordered us to halt As we had no arm and they had the drop tn us there was nothmg left for us to do but obey whlch vue dld not wlthout sundry growlmgs from Tom however who threatened vengeance ln as strong Engln h a he could muster Thls seemed to make no lmprcsslon on them however for they coolly confiscated our fare Thx done they forn .1 lmes on each slde of us and escorted us up the raume all the whxle Jabbermg ln some sort of dlalect whch I could not understand Presently they led us mto a llttle glade of somber pmes snuggled at the bottom of a box canyon vuth almost p rpend1cular walls Here we came upon alarger band of men squattlng around a number of campfires bullt ln llttle caves hollowed out of the rock face of the canyon walls Anong these men there was one who seemed to be superior to the rest H seeened a llttle less ragged than the others and a llttle ltss dlrty lf I may say lt He even wore a kmd of a stab blng lrm at h1s waist that was meant for a swo d I suppose xt certamly looked as though somebody had attempted to beat lt mto a ploughshare some t1me or other To the gentleman above descrxbed were we led H seerned exceedmgly pleased to see us much more so than we were to see hlm The leader of our band saluted hum and then ensued a conversatxon a few words of vshlch was I able to understand among them Amerlcann plg and all such endearing emthets Fmally the confab ceased and he wlth the sword addressed us xn good Mexlcan as follows You clalm to be Clvnl Engmeers IW 1 f . 1 ' , ',, 1 ' ' - 5 ' ' , . l . 5 Y 1 A 1 l . 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IIII IOHUI January from the United States surx eylng for a raxlwly down here do vou not" Ireplled ln the afflrmatlye and translatcd to the othcxs I do not bcllevt vou hc rfplxed coolly tba are SDILS dligLllSLd as suryeyor tmg tl tmplty of tl Government forces We mll lnxestlgate and lf vu nnd lt to b you w1ll be condemned as QDIGH and hanged ucry one of you Thx was too much for Ton Am the general ua- ordulng the soldltrs conternlng our dlspos xl for the mght Porn Jumped foxvs 1rd an shakmg hls fist und r th I 1 nos sh mu l Say you confounded old sklndxnt what ID the Dxckcns do you mem b calllng us lxars and bpl6S and ordcrlng Um art und ln tlns fashlonl Darn your old Grcaser plcture don t you know nat lf you oflc r to touch one of us that Unclt Sam wlll stnd 1 IILINLII of soldltrs real soldlers down nere and vupe you off the face of the earth you you you lll"ll'7 and Tom vxasl d away forclbly yu 1 the rest of us The gentleman wlth the stabblng lron remalrcd perfectly cool and collected whlch I could not understand untll I redected that he knew not one word of Lngllsh We were led to one of the caves ln the hlllslde and made to enter There we were told was our apartment for the night A guard of soldiers was set at thc mouth of the cave ID order that we mlght not escape We spent a estless mfht forthe weather was cold and we were allowed no Ere The spot was well up ID the tlerra frla snow was everywhere on the ground Neverthe ess we managed to survne the mght Tn '1 xt mrrnmf dawn d mth a coll north wlnd blowlng and the sky overcast wlth heavy clouds It looked yerv much like storm to our eyes Nothing occurred durlng the mornlng W were given nothlnff to eat and we began to feel the pangs of hunger Probably our captors dmd not haxe enough food for themselves they certaxnly looked It About the mxddle of the afternoon we were led agam to the one wxth the make belleve sword He recelved us calmly T e accusatlon afalnst you ha b on found to oe true he sand You w1ll be shot at daybreak tomorrow mornmg " And he waved us to our prlson - 'I ' J 7 1 1 . :U 'I 1 1 , ,C . , V V V., . . . .V V VV V VV li ' YF ' , I4 ' V , f -, , - ' - ' . 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VV , V . . 1911 THB, POHOB We spent the rcmalnmg hours of the afternoon trymg to tonjtcturt ways and means of escape but to no purpose To be shot at daylight llke dog, l Oh the c uelty and lndlgmty oflt We A ntrltans tool Could not some way of escape he found" We 1 nc w I our txcrtlons but all IH va1n At last even Tom gave up I o sald he sadly I guess that we mlght as well say good by to all hopes of L cape for ou1 every chance seems cut off It th mll I llovv means what he saxd and I m sure that he does for these fellows haue a hablt of dolng thlngs of thls sort tomorrow at tht tlne we shall ln all hkellhood be ln eternity But boys let Us shov these fellows how Amerlcan plgs can dle Novs boys Loud and cltar rang out the cheers even as we slghed at the though of the home whlch we should never ee agam At last camt the mght Of course very few of us could rest Tom anl I lld our best to be llght hearted but all to no purpose At la t the campfirts became less brxlllant the soldlers settled themselxes to rest Tom remamed on guard near the mouth of th v It nast have have been nearly mldmght Ithmk when I wa 'wvakened gently by Tom Somehow or other I had dczed oft' for a non nt or two and was IH for a good sleep when awakened by Ton Bat Isprang to my feet wxde awake ln an mstant .sm h h whlspered Fom Come here He led me to the mouth of the cave polnted to the two guards on duty there Thur backs vsere towards us and they seemed more asleep than awake Tom looked at m and I understood I nodded Sllently we stole back and told the sltuatlon to the others sllently we tlptoed to the mouth of the cave sllently we stole up behmd the guards and m a few moments they were well bound and gagged WlthOUt a sound We passed through the sllent camp and entered the woods and struck out full speed for parts unknown Nor were we a moment too soon As we entered the woods we could hear the rellef guard bomlng and ln ashort tlme the camp was ln an uproar Thls served one very useful purpose however for It kept u m a straxght lme from the camp otherwlse unused to the woods as we were we mlght have travelled ln a clrcle and ln the end have returned to the camp As lt was however we soon left the ' 21 7 " ' ' . . 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' ' -- I ' A 111 T4 2111 'I '1'1' 111't 111 1111111 11111111 1l'1"I1U1'. 11111- IIII POHOIS January sistlng of about two thousand acre I might relate to you the story of miny haopenings that befell us n our passige throu h the mountains but it In too lone to tell of is Cicero might tell you 01 ev r sin a le s orations qL1lHelE?Ht to say that our ban l separated at Tehuantcp e farther south while qt 'ne my elt among the rest after a short stay on our plantations settinv thin fs in order and irranging for the care taking of the same We soon found that tre e plantations were our most xaluahle assets for they proudeel a hane' ome lncome for Us even under the management of the Mexicans vse had left in charge the worst possible tarme rs Isoon found that I possessed a great longing to return to Mexico and travel over the countxx when I had lei ure to enjoy its beauties The mysteries of the ancient natecs and Montefumas seemed to charm me and I longed to ins estlgate them It was five years later that my wish veas realized We deen ed on Mexico as the suitable spot for our hwney noon my wife ar1dI and for a year after our marriage we spent our time in Mexico sometimes on our ranchero and other times travelling the length and hreadth of the country doing Just whatever pleased us best and enJ0v1ng ourselves to the utmost We had many interesting experiences and although entirely different character from those I hawe related none the less mterestirg and to ire much more fascinating than those wh1chI have realated to you home day when I have the leisure perhaps I may relate them to you C J Lelma had a little beau As cute as he could be, And everywhere that Zelma went, Rufus was sure to he. Z4 " fl ' ' ' ' ' ' ' s. ' ' ' , z 1' ' 1 . i 1 gr 1 K' - ' 'N H " 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 H r 1 if y 1 3 5' I.l get sri venturesmie as to tteunpt to "-ad hi. ' .,. R T' , I K sf, , . , 1 14 1 , ri- ny some relngiining in Mexico, son: continuing their travels even , ' - 1.. , s le ' , f ' ' ' ' , ' ' O 2 ' . '. " ns ' ' ' ' -. - -' " .s 2 ' - ' 1 x x x 1-A ' ' . V - --' ' , , . . e. l ' lx 1 l i Af 1 'A 1 1 ' ' ' 1 x 8 v ,. , -, u , -3. X ' I I. ' U V L ' ' 1 ' 1 ' I . l X 1 Y ! I ' x I ' L I l , 1 , 1- ' ' ' . I' ' P fm .1 f' , , . f I , . I 11511 IHI4 POHOB x xy 'mir I lf? If at 1 S Z- We xush to anrounce the r celpt of the follovslnfr exchanges Obstrxtr Chllllcotht IWIQSOUTI Porcupmm Rccdlty Lallfor ma Harx ard Al mmm Rulletln Boston Mas avhusttts Ollye mdf ull Santa Barhxra Fallfornla Janus Hlllfflld Callfornla Tho Arrow Broken Bow Nebraska The Vedette Fuly er In 1 una Joshua Pal n Goltlfie d Neyada The Fcho Sal ta larhaxa Callformx The Oasls Reno Nexada The U of N Sagebrush Re o Nu ada Ollye ani Gol l Santa Barbara Callforma your materlal ls well cha en an l your outs are good Why not keep your ads at the end of your papcxq El Tranlto Porterulle CdllfOI'Y112 your outs are fine VWhatA1e You Rnadlng IS not only lnterestmg but xnstruc tue You h uta table of contents vshy not an adyertlslng IH dex Vcdctte Culver Indlana your paper shows great school splrxt Your cuts are fine Come agaln Obserym, ' Ch1ll1cothe, MISCOUTI, your cuts are good, but we helleve a few more would lmproye your paper M w f , .. , , Zo g . 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"' -11" 'ze 'K' - "t' , 11'1l1L'112l11A'51:3 1 -" - ' 'Q' ' 'H ' ' ' ' ' 2' " Jur 511 111. '1'11z1 1 fs' ' 2 ' - "Q I ' " ' ' ' 'b - 1111114 111.111 11L'1'L'1tIf111'l,'YNZIX111 A " 1y 1 " '- ' 5 ng. 11 -,-,L . -, . nh X7t,aI.7S 1 ,bf ' C a 1 1 2 b-' 1 1 1 1' ' 1 ' 112 ' 'z' 1-1- " ' 3",. ' ' 1 'sth 1- ' f-11 . -s, W- 1'.'s h grz fr "z1 1: Q ' " . 's' ' '. ', .1 " ly 1' 'j1,,11N' . .10' ' link 11 the chain of past eh Thi 11" 1, 1' t1 11d yea 's a . ' 1 1 ' 1 - - - ' ' 1 ' 1 'K 12' , 1' ' I' ' '.' 1 e 1 ' ' , ' 1 ' 1. ' 1 ' f I ' 11 ' - A- AVE 1 ' ' 1- 43 1 ' 1 1 1' 'S Y h V X y. I X .. . , . .L r ' - 1 1 - ' 1 - - - 1 ' 1 ' 1 . . ? . V , :tr": 'L " " 2 ' ' 11 1 ' 1iv." 6 1 ,1 Q 'J 'Y 4 l f 1 1 7 S n ' 11 'fs ' ' 1 ' ' , 1 ' X .E 3 'Tk V 1: ' l I L ' .' 'e 1 e e ' ' 1 lfll 1011013 lanua1y eaourh W must hoe more matt11al Tl1e1e au many sutdcnts 1nth1s school who could 11d us guatly hy the tllfltfllllltltlfl of 11t1 31 ty 111 1 1n t yo11 1 o 1t 'lotl11squ2st1on1111r1 tLlI'l th a11s1e1 Tom much 1tl1let1c Well on tht surface that la 1prctty good excuse B t w l11 do v1u nnttr 1nto athlctus lc e14clus1 Jn o 1 ur 1111 111 lllln st ll 1th 310 on 1p11 to sav tht lust 111t 1n t1t n11ttc1 o 111po1tance You would n1tne11le1 your Lltln 111 OlKlLI' that you m1ght get your geometry Xou know what would happen I yru 1 A man wl1o lg ec ucatel 1n onc thmg only to thc mxclusmn c se make a very uselc ll 1 ww ltllltl tnot lu LIDLLI stood that we are opposed to athlttus F 1 110111 1t 011 thc c an 1nstf1nt tolerated IS of the g1e1test ImDOIflIlCC to thc sehr 01 act 1nd1spens1blc B t we do mt 1n thls tl at thl paper 1 p1 1 suppo1telw1lldom11e for tl L advan 1111 11t of tlll 111 a year than athlctus w1ll do IH a l1ftt1111e and It 1s to the 1ntc1est of eyery student 1n thls s ll0Ol to do 11er1tl11ng 111 l'1 Ol hu 1111111 for lfS advancement Fvcrybody Judfves a scl1ool bv tl1e paper wlnch lt IbQllCS Up to the present t1me we feel that we h'11e held an 1nfe11or 10511100 ID IH the rank of school papers No 1 fnllow tudents are vou goxng tl let It h sand of you that you lxrk school sp1r1t tl t you k a 1ty that you lack 1nte1cst that you are a slccfy lat w We hope not In some cases we r FGIVG the answer I ham t got tlme NJN p rhaps n arly all of of yn h.1v hea1l that fav1r1te eapres slon of Mr Howard s as follows You w1ll never draw 'ron a school n1ore than you depo lt That 1s true IU muy sense ff school llfe We1 lll state It ID th1s manncr The work trat .1 student does 1n school may be compared wlth a n an who 111ests h1s money 1n som entelprxse If he uses care and Judgement IU plac 1ngh1s money 1n a mattu ofa few years lsls mone1 w1ll b doubled trebled quadrupled Heaw d111dcnds w1ll be 16 1d 011 hs n oney If on the other hand he places h1s money 1n an 1n1estn1ent wh1ch he ha onlv hast1ly mvcstlgatcd one YXl1lLl'l appears the hctter on the surface but whlch ls unsound IH the end l1e Wlll lose all whlch 28 '1 ,I 1 I . . . e - r v C yu. 1 1 3 y i A . C, . - . . S V 2. 1 F I . . 2 Q .- cle' 'f th1 "sl1e4l. Wi y d1 ' l ' 'Z ' ' 2 y re 1 e .11 ': 't 1 2 'sf' 1, 1: '21 '12 , v A- l Ll- v ty V R 1 1 ' 1 ' ga to tl '1 . f 2ll else? Tl1e1'e211'e otl 1 tl ' ers ' 'C 5 'l mol 1vh'1 ' 2 1 1, 1 12 J, 1' h athletics ' l 1 .2 1' f 'A . 1 I 1 x .L rt 1 2 ' ' - 1 - uv ' . ' ' 1 1 1 i' 11 d'd. 1 '. l r ' 1 ' 1 1 .' ef all 11:1 1 '15 ' . 1ss Clt-'.1'fl. N11 1 ' s 1 l1'- ' 1 121' " 'l 1.on- trary 1vel1elievetl1atclean, manlv sport -none other should he for ' 2 1 -' 1 . ' 1 2 1 1. 1 ', in f ' " " 1. u 1 12 "2 12 's 'f 1111- erly ' at ' 1 1 11 1' 4:11 21 's s.: tol i11 . , . . V . A .N C V 'V . . .5 ' ll 1 K V 1 B 1 . , . . . ' , . 1 ' s ' 4 ' 3 ' e " 2 2 1 . , . ' ' , 73 ' lac bil' 1, 1 ' '1 ' 1 1 my 2y? . - 3 ' , . H 1 Y ' u 3 ' e .1 1 11 1 1. 1 1 ' 12 - ' .. Y . . U V' ' . . . .. 1 . 5' ." I ' 111- 1 , D 'l'. I ' . J ' K1 1 u 1 1 1 I ' e ,1 ' . 1 . ' 1 ' - ' 'K p',' 1- -V V I' uv .' 9 I ' y .i . . w L f l . Q ' T . . I: . H ' Y .U K x 1 ' 1 . k ' 1191 lHl POHOB l h 1 lnxe t l In the Hut caae ont wlll nexer draw more t an tue eorutt Hlllltllllt of Vkllldl hc has mxesttd lohob IS Just as much a part of tlllS school a IS xte Latln or lts Hmtory for the purposes an the eamt Now fc ll Jw tualtnta onre more won t you help us and ln so domg help the school and ID the end help yoursclxes Come you l"l8XCtllLlllrl1Ylb and the talent Utllllf them Anl now that wt are on th1 uojcet we would l1ke to Say a few words to the puh xc along thls llne It IS the plan of the manaf emtnt of thzs paper to lmproxe lt a hundred fold n subecqucnt ISSULS VM vsant to rcduce the publl h mg of lt to a g mol husmtes DI'ODOSltl0Il whexem vxe wlll StTlV8 to gwe earh llvertnetr and each purchaetr full val L for hlS or her money rlhert xi no more reabon that wt Qhould expect to reecxwe b0IT'l9thlllf for UOtlllflQ,' than for any one dee to do so We are patron 7e ue We feel that the edltmg ot thxs paper IS a xaluable tra nmg school along both htcrary and bUQlIlCQSllf1CQ Vie meh to makL1ta1 nearly plaetlcal aa poss1lJle un both In older to do all these thlngs we must aecomplmh two thmffs flrat ln oroer to glve full value to adsertxeexs ve must m rease oux e1rculat1on Thls we are planmrg to df Wlth the publlehx g of llllb1SSl1P we mtend to put forth J lal effmrte along th1s lme In the near future we hope to cetabllsh a Qubscrlptlon lxst ao that me rray be glven elrculatlon lo do th11. we shall probably make a to regular suhserxhera Now secondly we shall have to lmproxe the paper older to glxe purcha ers ful xalue We haue on hand umbu ot plana to make tlllg papu lUtCl'CStlUfI VSlllCh are anuoan ed farther down ln thls column to make the atorlw lntereetlng and lnstructlve The lmportance of thm paper must not he Perhaps It IS not frenerally known that vue hate a ure of a dlacount ltself IH a gleat some of We are gomg to all urderestlmated regular manlmg het wh ch extends the length ard hrcadth of thls contmcnt but 1' 11 reventheles true hls YT'3lllUQ llst mcludcs fone cf the most famoua Qc-hoola and collcgei xn the country anaong 'lhcm Farvard Yale Cornell Ann Arhor tUn1xerQ1ty of MlClllg3Ul . 1 U 29 I., 3- ' 'Hof 1 ff 1 ' 1 1 h. . 1 1 'f 1. eq ' ' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 . .. . , f 1 Q 1 A -1 y 1 ' , . 1, 1, . . l x I ' ' . 'x ' 1 7 X ' . . , . , 1. ' 1 1 ' ' 'f 1 . , ' 1 ' 'S e ' , ' f " 1 ' - 5 fm 1 'sf 15" ' 1 ' 1 'S , ' 1 L I V. -, y 1 . 2 'I .'1 1 I 'Q - L13 l V 1 'L 1 ' ' 1 nf 1' x 1' ' . ' ,- ' 1 Y , , . KS K ' galng to make mt to the anvantage of every extlzen ln thls town to . , N t - .. .. , J ' 1 , 1 . :L ' ' ' 1 . . . b . 1 , A 7 R ,, J Q Q . . i . ' . K. ' N n ' . ' , 1 Q -53' -1 Q f ' ' , " I 1 1 , I ' 1 ' 1 S x 'J 1 1 n 1. I ' 1.7 ' . ' I 1 . ' 2 s . ' . n 1' t '. . X' 1 , . K .q:. A . . . . 1 - I 1 F , , , . . I .1 I U x . . A ' I . .N I ,,, . .. . . A 1. .' S X. .L ' 1,1 ' . 1 A ' . v r . 1 - 1 , , ' r 1 ' 1 1 Y 1- V 1Hlf PUHUB January Pennsylvania Thus we bring ourselws under hc very eyes ard dir tly und r tne notlc of tho e by whom we wish to be favorably known It can reallly b se n how greatly our pap r advertists our school Nor is that all for ea h of our ui hange comments on us anl as th y in turn have widt tlrculation you can readily see what an enormou advertisement this paper if Well edlted 1 to our school Nor is its importance confined to the school entirely pap r that retl t a w deavake scholl xetle tsa wide awa e town also And then again there is no lnfluence so potent in the a raction of home e Lars toa tcvxn tre l l 'Ile rst question asked by a great majority of prospective settlers after s l'1OOlm7 Nom we know that our school 1 inferior to none of its size in the country and la on a par with many greatly our superiors in point of size But do outsiders know this? They do not they have no opportunity to learn it But by means of our paper wc can advertise the matter and gain a favorable opirion far and vxlde ba ln s man can r allly th v l1 ofan advertisement in our paper for by so doing his business IS advertised not only at horne but :ver the entire country as well But in order to bring Pohob up to the highest notch of emruency we must have the support of the students and the public' as well We must have money in order to do things that we would vush Had we the money we could improve our paper in a hundred different Ways lt costs money to edit this paper costs money to mal taln our exchanges money for everything INQW won tyou, fathers and mothers and citizens help us to help ourselves? We will promise you your money s worth in full in the purchase price of this paper and ID advertising Now this may seem rather a strange editorial for a High School paper but some one has to make a break sometime and why not we? We re here for work and work that will help us ln life s battle and we are going to do our best for ourselves ard for our school We are not on our last legs either, but we are going to improve our paper and make it the best for its size in the country The slogan of the age la boost ' Now all together let's boost for school and Pohob 30 " 1 ' ' - 1 I ul V3 4 A V Y ,'X , s L n 1 ' ee fe ' , ' e se 1 H 1 J ' . ,:' 3 ' e 1' '1 e ' ' - t . I 1 , 3 D l'f' X.: -1 L 1 S I v . 3 rs' el t ' 1 . I Q . . X . l . .Q . , s , , . L s ' I . ' A ' A -1' s A e ac s I . Q ' ' f' ' ' -k w ' . , . . . tt ' W-S e' t , as . sc 'cc . fi . N . . X . 1 E that of business opportunity and the like, is: "Have you good C q.,, yy nl I 1 1 .S . i . . . . I H k x The 5' e's . e. .' see e 3. l e - " "1 . . . . . V V v ' A . .n . . , , .. ., . . , " . , . .N , . . . Y , . . . , ' 1 , . . , V Q . . - . . , ',, na r . 1911 IHL POHOB On another page you wlll notlee comments on some of the books ln our llllflfy Thls column w1ll appear IH each Issue and IS lntcndtd as ahclp for studenst 1n the selectlon of rcadmg matter Others may al o fund lt a xaluable help ln the purchase of readmg matter The prlmary object of ulucatlon IS to fit men for llfe that the LOmmUDlty as a vshole may be upllfted We are today llvmg ln a rtpublxe where the government ls of vital lnterest to every cltlzen l!13SmLlCll as everyone has a part tl'JG!'Cll1 In order that the pUullC welfare be promoted lt In necessary that each cltlzen should fully understand the actlons of our goxernment ID order to fulfill hls full dutv at the yells 'lhercfore we feel that It comes under our Jurlsdletlon as students to know and understand the great move appear ln subsequent ISQUCS a page deyoted to comments on publlc affalrs and thelr QlgIllflK3l'C6 to the reople 'lhls eolurn vwll ke edlted by the edltor and hls asslstant but any student may eontrlbute hls or her oplnlon on any suhgeet that falls under thls headmg There w1ll be restxletlons however thlq page must be absolutely free from polltlcal blas every contrlbutlon must be as nearlv free and unpregudlced as It IS possible for you to make It It must be a free and loglcal comment on publxc aff 1rs and clear and canals. Slfn your 1!lllClalS to all contr1but1ons Thls page should be of Interest to all Suggestlons by anyone who xs lnterested ln our paper w1ll be gladly recelved and consldered bv the edltors Ad dress all su h connumcatxons to Pohob Elko Nevada, xn care of the Edltors Box 53 All commumcatxons relatlng to busmess should be addressed to Mxlton Remhaxt Busrness Manager C J A flxrt you are sald Mr Carr To Mldgle on that mght When there were whlrls and many glrls And Drowme s heart was llght Q f. . 31 , t Z .N . X . . '. ' , , I . I - A' ' u ' 1 ' . v- 1 Y S i I " 5 1 . I , ' V f v . 5 ' ' ' ' , . , . ' ' J 1. N X , ' 'I . , . ment of our government ard others. 'Io this object tl1en there will g I . , . . . . A. y ,W . . ..n . . . ., . L, . J ' ' " L' 1 1 ' l , , ' . , - . K I Cl G Y! ' U 1 ' Y Q ' l . , . lHl 10101 ldIlLld1V gf M1 rin: chi erenacie 23 urs!!! " W1XSthn Hlllllllfullt ho1r md the x 1 va rc ll on as she laced aczoss the st1115 c mo mx o the ht ut h r m llow b ams pon th s ce mg xxorc lL cuth was shroL1dcd1n 1 cloak of 1lh1on snoxx nlnch 1p111a1ul run WVll1l,f'l' and purer hentath thc beams of tlt moon l'lXllllltl cf purxty near WlllCl'l It sccmrd no s111 could Lust d nly a plercmr s ll rm n s t w 1ch brouvht me fron dreanlml to '1 llflll UlmlL1C S ll a slde my .undow ll was answexed hy anothu scrcan even more tcrrlhle than the flrst for thc former was '1 cry of defiance thc latter one ot terror I was soon brought face to face mth the awful reallty two thomas cat vu IL practxclng a duel on our hack yard fcnce"l'l' You rc anothcx shruktd the second llltIUllCI' ID a YOICL wh1cl1 bctolts ned the grtatc t concern and tl Qll ensued .1 war of worls s.1ch 'ls ls seldom heard Lach hurled the n1ost terrlblc eplthcts lFtO the teeth of thc other hut thc one cared not the other darcl not make an attack My patxcnce gate way and could brook lt no longer for each h1dan111tense mnglng to spo l the other s face but cf vxardlct held hlm 111 I'0St13lI1l A refere was neelel for surn a fcaful fray sol arose and steahng out lnto the ITlO0I'lllf.lltl sured and empty coal o1l can 'md cast 1t hetween the gladlators The no1 e of thc c xn hlc1c1 g wntn tn c ff th con0atants1ue1h ratcl on tht mght a1r the latter forgfettmg then' d1fT1cult1es xacatecl thc pot :az " 11 1 1 -1 .- - C O U . V Q7 Yi .I T 1 1 ' ',g L 2 x'o'l1l x at 1st, 'fl 1 QI mo , . 'C -1 'J g 1 -1 lj f 1 11 '1ns, cast e c c . ll 1 'c l1-p' ' ll. Tl 1 2' 1 11' . ' z.' . 1 1' ' 1' 1 1' 1 11 W-Az 1 1 ' ' ' ,K 1 1 1 ' 1 xA"' . Sud' e , ' ' R, Ch "ck 1 1 out o tl1e:till nEgl1'ai1', h' ',, 1. 1 - 1.1 '.s' 'g Su'l' blood-curdlingz cry I hope I shall never hear againu and just out- -' ,N qu-. . v,., . at ., ' . , 1 4. . , 1 - 1g 1 . ' u K 1 . V' , ' J 1 E 1 1 1 11 ' ' A 1 - . - 1 1 H ' 1 - H ' 1 x f -1 ' - , ...... , .. . . ' 1 ' n ' 'Q 1 1- ts 1 V. ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 1 , .1 'C ' ' ' . ' ' 1 A I . H ' 'I I v , 1 . . , , yl v r E n fl Y ' 3 1 w 5 v 4 ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' Z y 'i 7 . 1 1 I . ' ' 1 , , , x ,n " fx 1 - 1' 1 mf . 1 . . , , , 1 ' ' ' ' . 1 z 'llhli 'e rles,1 e1:l' "H 1 't ' as , . . . .l . H Y 1 S7 . 1911 PHE POHOB czture s est BHG JI' JI, 12 CATTERED around on this old terrestial ball there are a few people who find their greatest delight in the beauties of a beautiful building or city others in beautiful silks and broadcloths Another kind have discovered that no obgect made by man can compare with one of Nature s workmanship Put them out on a great plain in a forest or ln the mountains before sun rise at noon or in the evening give them a clear day God s fresh air a small stream of purest water with a few willows around about and perhaps a feav trout or grouse broillng over a camp fire and they will ask for nothing more To these every bit of nature has its beauty from the cool clear air of the early morning to the fascination Put in such a place they do not care whether they hunt or fish or ride or climb the Joy of being in the open is sufficient The writer confesses to being one of these in every fiber of his body His love for beautiful scenes has led him to discover many which others have passed unnotlced Perhaps a few of these may be of interest to the reader Away down in the southeastern part of Arizona is the queer old town of Bisbee lying in the very midst of the most rugged mountains that one could hope to find If you ever should visit Basbee you will notice that on approaching the towr on the El Paso and Southwestern train from either Benson or lfl Paso you travel fo miles in a comparatively level country Just before reaching Blsbee you turn north and after a three mile ride you suddenly dash into a narrow defile and you discover that you are in the mountains and a three mile ride brings you to Bisbee itself Just Y 1 F JY ' B wierd lonelines of the night in the open all have their peculiar IHI I OHOI1 lanu ny now I want to cl mb that :,u111n11t to the lttt of that rlehlt ie you en er In '1 ew n1o111tntw you stxnl at the top You look no1t1 1 aob ot111unta1n m eta von eve Nl 1 1nt11nw t 111 1 Ll 1111 111 LI about IH the most ru 'Till of Qhapm Wltlllillt a t1t1 or drop of water to o1nan1tnttl1e1r1uggtd mdu Iu1n your gan ifllllllkkcllll t 0111 feet l1e5 '1 xallu long and xx flt 11: 1 s IC fot u can gee the town of Nato exactly ountlary lme F 1 to tl1e muthxvewt ar1 1 JVIIJLIFI 11111 a 1 1 ab e azure sky above 111 b 1 111 that theae mo1111ta1n are ln Mexleo O rr thru tr tht Qouthxxtst S1e1ra Milre eham n1e1t1 yolr fue 1111 Q 10 on U a1n l1ke g1antroel1s anclextc111l1nff as f11 Qouth IS thf uc car C 1 m1 es 1n uctent and Qeemmgly as lutl IS a fl1o1 1 om 1 1nte11ene1 to bre1k tl1e new nor yt ont 1no,111t'11n Tl 1' 1 black tl1rea1lwh1eh you see cr.. pm own tht vault from ElP11oo to all partb of VI Xl 1 a to the L,1ty of M Xl t1voth3.11and 1n le, 1:1 ant df.lJfI-1lR3llvV3V of IVILXICJ It m1v be of lntertst to note that Bwbce IS ont 411 the n11st 1mp1rtant coop r m1n1nff Cano, 111 1 a t se 1 t prnclucmg IH the aggregate ov r the thouband tona of copper 1n a day Them are m1ny manv1nteu:,t1ngtl11ngs xxl11eh I mlght ttll you of Bhbee had we tl1e spate I'ne next scent wl11ch we Qhall endeavor to lay before your eye 1:1 of tnt1relyd1fftrent tharaeter We w1ll ask you to come w1th u t1 Coeur tl Alene, Iclaho Wt w1ll a1l down tl1e bcaut1f11l lake of that name Beauhes encompass us on exery SICIC Vle v11ll at la t go ashore at Carlm Bay, some twelu m1lcS dovsn the lake and we Wlll procfed d1rectly 1nland for Qome tnref. 1111lcQ Our way 11 rough and steep and underbrubh anl fallen tretb h1ndtr ua 1n our cl1mb At last we atand far up on a nwh r1dgt on vxhat IS 1v1 aj tn may ra1 Q Que 0 great beauty mettb our e ea At our feet hee. the btautlful l ke Couerd Alere set llkc a d1a1131l anon? the p1n clal h1lls As far as the eye Call reach IS the ver1la'1t gr tn of the plneb ani fire and tamaracks Twelve m1lee1 to the north can be plamly Qeen the Cltx of fm er d' Alene and forty m'loS beyond can be Qeen the smoke from th1 ehlmneys 34 " ,I ,J ' 1 Y . 2 .. t, . 1 f, 1 : If 1 1 . 'l. A1h" '11 'a 4111 ',, IL 1':11ll1lz l 'l-l . , ' . , L' ,L '1 , H. .,1, K .. . . A y 1 1 ' ' C 1' 1 ' 'I 1. Tl1'1.1 YT llc: to tl .1 ltll yo - ' 1 1 ' on tlie i11tevn:1tic1'z1l b j ' . 11' 5: 3 ' lklrlf 1 t" S,'SllLl5 " th '. 1 , ' . Y1 3311.113 inte1'11'te.l .vhen y11g1 1"1'l.1:t the ' ' if , 1 "1 '11 5 j 1,11 , t 1 '11 111 2' out the l' ' ' '51 11. 2 111. Between these t,vo .11o.1ntain ranges lies a great valley miles 1111011 'l ' 1. e ' Q 5 1'1 1 1 '. Ntt 1 1111 ' " f z 1' ' '1t 1 1 1 1.1l'Ill11 ' ' 1 xl 1 " is tl1,1 r.1il1 .ul 1 . 1 ' ' 1 1 e,"c1 'nl 1' 1 '1 itself ' 1? i1:d'1t -theN' '4 1 1' , 1' 1. Zh ' 1 'f 1 ' 1 7 1.1 ' 1 , e ' ' ,, 'S ' the 'v11rl.l, t l1e pre nt t'1n1 I 1 O ,, - L ,. . 3 'i 1 '1 . I I . 4 L ,I fx v A ,X s " 1 ' ' 1 1 . 1 " ' Q , ' s 1 ' . 1 ' s' 1 1 ' . Q V 1 I A K. ., , - D 1 - s ' 1. ' , 11 ' -, 1 - 1, ' 1 - ' 1 Q. ' 1 11 ' 1 ' kn .1 1 '31l t 'l. Amt. e fy 11 1 ' y.. , ' ' 1. ' a 1 ' 1 1 '11 ' 1 ' 1 1 Q1 ' 1' 1 : 1 , 11 ' ' ' ' .11 ' V1 T 1 1 ' ,R . I K , , V , lvll lHl' IOHOB 11 ,ulnne ll 1111l1 to the outhtast 1 111 ht SOLD the l1ttle town 1111 s o tlt fores C1ystal a cs 1t V 15 l1.1 fl TJ tht southeast and cast can e 1 111111 t eo mf the foucr d Ac 11x1r mtl btgoncl ano lstr ont wh1eh 111a1l1s the tour L of e 1 I 1111 ts and lllllLS of sl1 ulo Rulgze after rldgc evt 111 w111ttverd1r Ltltlfl we oo 11x111ts 11111 Kd t -1 an on txt1 s 11 It IS ha1d fox you to 1 1l1f that at ont tlme tl1e Country Vklllfll now lb thc scene of so H1 hp 1 Nl ' a 1ty was onee a seethmg Iurnaet that the beautl 1 0 HL 11l111l1 now appears to your cyts was once ohseur y 1 1 e o tl r l1xes 1n 31 t Vlfll t1 that th1s vtry snot on WlllCl'l you stand was once 1 1 rate strut It111tl11tc11ntfulsu111111e1 of 1 11 1' al nou rh to tht wr1ter for It was on tl1 s xery spot 1 1 IlJ1ly Vlfll h1 e111 11131111 a l1a111,lfull of forcst rang, f 1 two long claxs and a mgrht we marlt a last rlcsptrate stand afunst the fle111Ls to saxe the h1111tstca1lsl1tlow and eonquereu Of all thc hcf1ut1ful rcglons that 11 was uer the w11tcr s good f1r .111 to f a t h1s eyes on we th1nl1 that by far the most beaut1ful t a alt mltllltdlhg ID Ore on Vle remember one s LHC espec1ally by 1ts 11omb1nat1o11 of the grand and awe 1nsp1rng wltl the soft beauty of NdfUIO Thc scene whleh wt refer to 1s h1l1t11 111 the h art of the Cascades afew m1les south of the Dalles 51 well l111l1lt11 In lt IH fact that xery few people 1n that x1c1111ty nov of 1ts 6X1 tence Raxmes mountams rocks tl1lClx6ti undel brush all offer ve1y formldalmle obst1uct1ons to tht would Le d1sco1 erer VM remember whlle we were approachmg the spot 1n d1Jl8C'C where a rock rolled over the Sld9 of the narrow roadwav would have rolled dlreetlv downwards nearly a thousand feet our smgletret 111oke d11f.c1tly IH tl1e m1ddle w1th a snap llke the erackmg ofa wl11p You may behut tl1at there was a hasty scramblmg to get out of the bugffy about that t1n1e One Pan drue wlthln half m1le of the spot mtnt1oned but from there he must walk After scramble tll10Ugl1 trees and underbrush our rocks and stones down the sules of a steep ravme one comes suddenlv upon a stene wh1c1h . " I ' 35 fS11 '. . To ' 1s 13 1' Q 'z 1, '1 ' ' oflI11'1'is.1:1sitti.1g Z1 ll 111g the 1' 113 f l 1 't. I' ' l ke 1l. the C l.l.lfl', on eve '1 ll . 1 1 ., 1' e ' 1 ' b 5.1.1.1 Ll silver threa.l whiel ' he ursv 1 1 Y 1 ' 1 lene 1 1' ' 111 1" 1 '51 th sl1..lowy St. . oe- 'lt ' .' 1 ws. ' ' 1 ' 1 .15 9111 :1::.':l l11lls.112gt .l1:1 ya ' "1 1 'e1' 1 l k. IJJCP qc -' ,- 1 1 1 ,-Y.. , 1, ,v,. y hi I ,, ' 1 1 . ze ' '11. ,' 1 1 1 1 1' . J J eel .131 1 'S Q ' ' 1, '- f1,l.s..1 11' '1 ' "7 1'1Q 'a . ed b' l111se :l JJ ls .1f s Il Jke 1VlllCll rolled up from the ravine below, thft lnl fll8S,' wo .ls over t1v,1l1Jntlr'11l 111.1111 st 1ei '1 ' the e1.1.'e .' 'r11, " 1 ' 1 ' 1 . 1.111 s:.1.1e .1E. les, J 1 1" 'rg 1' z ' 910 lt1ll.1ee. 5 e e E, 1 1' ' 1. I. 1 1 tl1.1t in J. A . .' 's .s' ' ' ' 1. -ers ll ' ' t'v I . w I 4 In I 1. 3, ' ' 1 'f ' x ' ' ' - l "' .. 1 1' ' 1 ' ' 11 1 'M . t e e s 'N 1'f' '1 ' ' j ' istl1,1t11f he I 51: 1 1 : 1' 1 ' g . ' Sq Q .I . K I . . I 4 N . 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'IHL POHOB January he wlll always remember Mlll Creek after a more or less tumultuous course from somewhere m the flascadts suddenly flows over a shelf of rock and falls for over one hundred and twenty feet perpendlcula ly downward Thxs IS known as the Mull Creek Falls by the few who know We slt on the edge of the rocky shelf over whlch the creek flows and look down We find below us IS a vast seml crrcular chamber wlth walls of solxd rock over one hundred and tvsenty feet ln hught absolutely perpendlcular At the bottom are trees and hrubs ard ferns I looks so cool and mvltmg down there We would hke to descend How cam we do so'f We examme the walls There are but two breaks m all one on the lower sldc where the water escapes the other on the snde where at some tlme or other probably rrmlxons of years ago a narrow strlp of the wall had caved IH and offered a pre carxous chance of descent After much scrambllng and exertxon and perll we reach the bottom We are well pald for all our trouble How cool and shady lt lS down here Here the sunbeams net er pen etrate How the water thunders as It falls We dxscoyer that a breeze blows constantly down here caused by the fallmg water We the speckled b autles svvlmmlng around IH the crystal water vse are unable to get a bxte We soon glve It up and turn our attentlon to other thmgs Up there behm ' the fallmv water we see two lxt tle caves hollowed out of the solld rock by the work of nature We mast make our way up there somehow After gettlng thoroughly drenched we succeed IH doing so There IS barely rc om for one ln each cave How grand 11 IS Llow terrlble IS the roar and thun der of the fallmg water The rock wall ltself seems to tremble Before us falls the water The spray dashes back ln our faces We at last descend from our perch and oh how far mt IS to the top of those walls We must get up there however and we reach the top after an eternity of strugglmg and tw1st1ng and Cllmblhg We get ourselves a drmk out of the creek How cool and dellclous the water IQ We soon strlke out for camp vowmg to sorre day return and camp at the bottom of the chamber where we had Just been Should you ever VlSlt the spot you wxll find the lnltxals of the vvrlt 1 carved m the rock Just above the caves m the falls 36 . , ' . S A . t . , . xv Q ' . . ., . n l f I ' cast a line into the hollows just below falls but although we can see ,, . ,, , . . . . H , . Q . U ' .- A ' . ,, , 11 IO jfthktz c. 0 f R I 1Xxltl all Imam lc't for Huw nn Frlrlax Nm of S tl 19th pla an s 'lhc gan 1 ua ont sldccl from thc start The Xl 9 tran his pla illx pcrfut anrl allhou tlcl our hes unc thc C0llflltlfllS fthe Hom vxas rn re tman tx nts frat longtx than th it tn uhhh Xu had becn aecus om ul at tht tncl ot tht ganlt tht core stood 41 1? ln faxor of Reno the sc 13011 utr plawt l xt I llm between the lcpxescntatlxes of the wlllltl Plnt Cuuntx Hugh qthom and tht home team on the clghth and nln h of IJLtLl'llllL1 The fnst game nas hotlx contesttd and ul IH 1 U to 18 ID faxm of Flltm Although a wx rnuvh ga ne thc plasmg was a cltan as pussxlu In the next game the seore vsas 9.2 to14 ln Tlx s faxor The ult of tlllm 5,1111 was puhap flue to the fatt tl13fB1X3I1t spraln el nl arklt dnl 111g the sccond half of the gamc The hne up was as fc llows l' LKO Rc lI1l1dlt Porn almls me Bryant fLI1tOI Iluddlcsontll Hxlton C uarrl lJuddlesCnt2l Anf el Guard Peters Zamnz otcs Jie 'VIe'XIamara Us and Harrx Mayer hue mthdravsn thenr mterests from tht Opt ra house Claude Armstxong ls now ln charge Fthel Paxus 04 was marxltd to James D5 sart Nm 1910 Llaxa Rxddcll '08 IS book keeper at Hesson sm Fthel PHIUQ place Martha Nohle I mma Runken Allce Van leer and Mr Alxn Carvllle all of the class of 1010 spent the l1Ollf13SSlT1 Flko 1.1 1 'l'lll'l ' H01-I 517 W I 'J 1 A FTICH a przleticre of nearly tw m anthf' flurati mn, the lf. H. Hays' li1.'l'1. 3. " 1' ' 1 ' J, 1 'em- llL'I' lrith, z1n.l on the ova-ning faturrlay, ue . , ' 'yed the U. H. S. l ' 1 1' 1- ' 1 1 . -, plafng nf the lf. H. 1' 1 'ze '- cticz Q 1' ' : gh we l' 'very At ler 3 ' ' 1 ' ' 0 I I ,Q Q, 1, 1- - 1 1 ' . 1 . 1 4 yt - After txvn weeks nmre of hard practice, the next two games of 11 L - 1 Q1 '11 2 I ' , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 1 I -1 " ' K 1 1 1 1 x 1' . - 't 1.1 1-1 '-L 1- . 1. 1x1 end' ' 21 sewn- c1fofLL ' ' ' ' - '1. ' 1 1' 1.1 mL' S' " . res, '12 EZ"'F 1' s 1 ' ' '- 'l.:'1'5 " 1 1. ' - 1 ' 2 f - ICLY ,' .. 1 pn, 1. 1 1 1 ,. v N 1 U 1 1 Y 1 1 vt 1, . V .37 ' JY t 1 .. 1 , ' J. ' J ' ' 2 1 1' ' ' ' l L' . ' 1 1 s g , 1 ' '. . ' ' . A 1 1 A, - -, , , ,- N ,Q , .U 7' 1 A ,, I . x . V Y , . 1 , , , . J - f 4, ' 1- - T , 1 , 1 . . 1 , .1 .1 , , 1 . IHB LOHOH January Inter my JI I7 o , U 1 HE torrld heat of summer s dav boon blended ulth the autumn s th Whleh ercpt upon us ere vse kncvs And stole along from hlll to 1 Then hushed was every song, blrd s note When northern blasts began to blc wx Tlll novs thls mlgthy land of ours Sleeps neath a robe of vlrgln snow Look where you w1ll afar and near Down ln the valleys dt ep below Or on the mountaln s dmzy helght A spectacle to e en surpass The beauty of a summer s day Greatest of all the slghts I ve seen Grand ln 1ts own peeuhar may Book Wallis THE GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA One of the newest books on the shelves of our library IS lhe Gentleman from Indlana It rs also one of the best Dealmg wlth every day people and thlngs the story IS reallstlc and lUt0I'6StlYlg The hero IS a real man whom you can llke and feel that you really know You feel the same about all the charaeters The story of a man who bought an old newspapv r on ltslast legs vuth all the morey that he had IH the world and dlseowered 1ts real condltlon too late He goes to work and for seven years does h1s best for lus paper and his fellow men and wms the love of the many and the hatred of the few by hrs fearlessness and hrs honesty In the end he gams a seat 38 V1 I: j' ' ' . I -ra .K-P ,fa ' C ' a 'M y . ' 1' ' -ill, I 1 L' 'H ' 1 V' . - ' h'll. D K Y- I , I . cf . I 1 I , . v . . 7 ' , g v. . i l , We ever see the self-same sight. . i l . , .p . , 1 X', K I 1 I ' Y l , L l ll Y! F ' ' ll! ' 1 n ' - - , , ' ' ' i I L 'l 1 . 1911 THE POHOB ln the House of Representatlves The keynote of the story IS love love for all and the writer b lngs out how great IS the abundance of tht harvest to hxm who loves There IS a very mterestlng ro mance woven 1nto the story and adventures enough for the mo t bloodth1rsty of readers We trust that you will all read thxs book for It shows what man can make of himself even ln the most commonplace of localxtles Booth Tarklngton IS the author THE PRESIDENT ' The Presldent by Alfred Henry Lewls 15 also a new book but of an entirely dlfferent character from the Gentleman fromlndlana It IS the story of an Amerltan who has been ral ed and educated ln Europe and at the age of thirty years he returns to thls country a total stranger to hls natlve land He has lnherxted from hls father the fabulous fortune of about one hundred and fxfty m1ll1on dollars vet although h1s father was one of the best known of r1chAmer1eans he the hero manages to hlde beh1nd h1s butler who poses as the real rlch man although the hero retaln hls rlght name The hero falls 1n love vuth a glrl whose father and uncle are the most nefar xous of grafters and stlll concealxng hls real ldentlty he alds them ln all thelr schemes by means of hls wealth After much opposx tlon and many adventures he marrles hrs love and all turns out as well as usual The plot of thxs story IS unreal and forced and the book IS merely a blg cymclsm wrltten by a cymc wlth an lmaglna tlon blgger than that of Jules Verne s The book teaches one valuable lesson however xt shows how absolutelv useless a cltlzen the Amerlcan who IS educated IH Europe becomes Nuff sald RICHARD CARVEL Thls book IS so well known that It hardly needs any comment One of Amerlca s great hooks by one of Amerlca s great authors Wmston Churchlll The story IS lnterestmg from cover to cover and mstructlve as well A tale of the Amerlcan Revolutxon THE CRISIS Thls IS another good book by the author of Rlchard Carwel It IS a tale of the greatest PFISIS xn our natzonal Ilfe the CIVII War An orlglnal book by an orlgmal author ' I ' . 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HJ lmudu THF' MYS'1FRlOUSISIAND IS IN mm 1 IL XX 11 1 1 x m S ln anothu way It IS not only pmbxble but ln rum lu m , xounts to thc Ummm C Qoncd m lxluhmond llllllllg' thc flX1lWf1I 1 cn 1 vm mc c ln a balloon Whllc Q 1 1 , v f Q lfl m 11 5 01m and blown thnx know not xxluthnr At 1.1 tux 1 IS ISIAHI which Humq 0 e 1 un 1 emu of than leuxdu, A n an of lllf,.,llldUC'ltlUT1 tl ar n . 0 1 ttul mg 1 1 Mu sumx fu most and IH some dlSt!kNS, A sommthlng thcy knovx not what xxx ix comvs to thcu 1 ara, nomcs 1 c n roulwc f ex only wcapg hx nuam of IIN Nomnt mg: -t L or L OSL of the stoly the lrhntltx oi th somgtmng IS ILNCAIKII tm t am 1 1 hwdymg breath hc x is them once mon .1 1 tlmu, S acluce thov escape that xxhuh follows 'lluough what su nw to uw xery Dl:lLlilblC causes thu xwland lloxxs up lthc hva man mu 1 It 0 a barren l0Lk faroutm the mean whom thcy an 1 lcn 1 refcucd On mg whole tum lb 0.11105 mtcru IU f s on It mug nut b mrltllwul wlth .mv R ,hmson Cru cm btory It lb NOYI'CthlIlf.l entL1Llyd1HLrLntand mhnltdy morn mQt1uCt1xL oczetu FTE R th b zyw frame. if lusket bqll wlth L v 1 YCIV plndgan ev mug wan Qpcnt m thg hlffh school No partlalltv was shown to exthcr H1 m thn duorfm ms tor pfut of the room vms arrayed IH red and wmto and pfut IH bluc and vulutc Mrs Iothrop furmshed the musxc WhlLh1HdLlLLll the basl'fulfra5l1cQtot1x thur skxll at dancmg At half pabt eluen thc dancux want to the socxal at Mlzpah H111 f suppcr vshrre a good feed' was vxdltlng for them The Elko glrlb found the Nvvafla Umverblty high school Low Jlst du gud nlE1Hf.CI': as the Elko boys found tham pldyus Aftnr the game, daulng contmued untll twelve, an hour vxhmh came all too won for xhow pxmznt -10 THIS ' HOB .1 ' " . S ' 2 V S I . " TUX' c 1Lf tl 1g1'L1z11,cst ol' the wm1'ks1mfJL1lc1s Vc1rm1. 'F I 1 ina vuy thv sta ry if very irllpmhzxlrlo as arc all uf Vcrm1'5 storivs ' 1- ' ' A - 2 ' at -t'f1. Ifivv 'cn ad! '1 .' 1 ' vuuhv, who had lmvn l'2llrfl1I't'lI :md im- pri. ' "' " 1 " " " ', 1s:: vm- fw tl 1 -ity ' - . ' 1..t'll ir thc1:1ir than '11'1 cm gli ' El tc11"'l1lc 't ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - . 'st I 1j 'irc cast on an ' ' ' ' 'S 511 . t b vrtire ly i11I1al'tul. '1'l11m1yh thv Sci 1- " ' 1' ' . ' '1' 1 ,z ' , iv isl ,ml is 101110 int 2 dcligh ' dw:-ll' ' ylacv. Bu tl 1'1 5-1 4' in llc .. no mystery conmwtofl with the island fm' just when they nvcd hvlp ' ':'1' 1 ', ' ",:l gs 1" :lic . TI11 1 - 2. tim 1 who t l1svts in uni th Q j 1. ' 1 V' 1' . tl ': S 1 h' . Jug lx 1f 'c1 thu W't! " ' 1' 1 zif g 1 -1 'nc 11 wh his ...', N ,i. , . . '. A' ,W ' , ., L,,, A, K, 1 1 ' .' ' , , 1 :mf 1" 1 1 :'1 Q' n ' ' 1 - ' 1 "-- 1 ' '1 zt 1 gt! S ' . U 1 ' ', l'- "' it ' 1 Wt' g, t 1. pt . 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' ' 1 K, ' ' ' ' Q K w I 1 x - 1. u 1911 lHI IU OB GZUZQZAMQZ '- YY AJ VA Whnn l xmllret upon thc wars gona by Thur tt als thc mcmory of mx fluldhood free And luck across the flectlng years I su rwon o 1 t s A eluld of xt us but thrte and standlng Yllgll An opnn hrtpace where wth Ll1lldl9l1 glee 1 watched the brrght sparks that up the chlm e Qped but to DOI'1Ql1 ln the VKl11fL1 s sky O sweet lStl1L memorx of Cl'l1l1ll100d s day When mother s lovlng eyes are near Fate 15 Just to myself I often sax For tlme must glV6 to all the rlpenxng year Cnll lhovd but ontt to each and all 15 known Of the ourst of entertalnmenis arranged for by Mr McWh1nney under the au mces ofthe F H S Llterary SOClCty tvso haxe now been prcscnted OWIUQ to the delay 111 the arrnal of the Grand Central f oneert Company through causes that could not be ax O1dCd by the management of the uoclety the first entertalnment vs as not up to as l11A'l1 a mark as could nave been wxshed for but lt was en Joyed nexerthelcss The second rumber was more than enjoyed howex er lVI1ss Mlller s aetlng xx as DCI'fCCt1011 ltself MIQS Bent7 IS a I111St1'6qS of the plano and her playlng VN as enjoyed by all Mr Ken ocny s playlng was certalnly enjoyed by all lowers of uohn muslc We were told that Mr Hammer vsas not at hls best as he had been 1ll If that were so we should hke to hear hlm when at hxs best Most of us left the Opera house Wlth a longlng to hear hum Just onee agaln as lt was The next nun ber on the course ls a lecture by Governor Folk of MISSOUFI He IS one of the World s great men and It wlll surelv be a treat to hear h1m . " C 1 H 41 0 '1 1 E, ,,, fy ' '. Q., 11 V X 'm 1 H ' I' l 7 L ' V! 1' 1 5 12 .4 3. 1 7 ' I A' , 1 1, k 5' ' I KL I i I ' il ' 1 i, Far on the dim ho f l'f -" sky, ,' yan' 3: ' ' 1 ' 5 . ' ' n y 'mm ' 1 v ' 1 , 1 V I n- ' ' And seeds we reap in after life are sown. H ' ' ,H ,M Uh . ' g X ' 4 . ' "2 ' ' '. . JC L4 l c . 4 v 1 v 1 v - , ' 1 xx x s Y ' xl ' ' f W , ' 7 . .- 1 ' J 1 ri ' Y f 1 . V . .5 A N . v . - ' 1 f 1... . ' 1 ' 3 ' , 7 ' A . . , . V L . . U .K 4. , . . 1 . . ' Y Y. . . . . I E Y . . . . , lllb louoa January tt' W J O K E S Geo That l mfe h IS celtalnly seen SCTXICL tlllS summtr Andy c amls ks 1 e had You ought to keep lt as a moment urn of the occasxon M nb r of the High School are wonderxng how Ray Bryan manag fl to make hls horse lam so that he could not go home the nlght before Mabel Stewart left lor Callforma Fred Fernald seems to have forgotten where he was the other not for you I wouldn t be here Why dld Mr McWh1nney thlnk that Mabel was golng, to change her name? After a dance ln the Hlgh School seats do not always find thelr way ba k to their orlfflnal posltlons Conseuucntly smce the last dance at the Hlgh School Kenneth has been very lonesorre for he and Edna cannot look at books together any more Mr Mc Whmney advlsed he glrls under slxteen not to get beaux vshlle IH sch mol Now Mr M Whmney honestly dld you nev er have a glrl whlle under sveet SlXtB9Il9 You can t bluff us Our p t clown Ro Pratt never falls to let rmma know that he IS IU the room Kenneth certaxnlv seems lnterested ID dolls thls Chrlstmas We wonder whlch one he has selected for Ethel? Want 1 A S ond hand alarm clock Call onJun1or gxrls for partxculars It IS wondered what Andy IS dolng mth gxrl handkerchxefs ls he maklng a C0ll8CtlOD7 42 " J ' - -- l I 7 Q. X Q f N, . 5 2 .2 MAC Q' 2 ' Y. i . i y, t ,: "lt cxrl ,' loo r l'k it I ' 1 . H - ' ' YY e. c s " ' ' et ' ' ' 2 ' ' day, for he commenced to sing: "Bessie, my darling, if it were 9 Y! . I , . . H V . Y W C . .a. .. 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S, , . 1 1'l11 1111 1011011 A ccrtnn youth f11wCOVL1Cf1dIdt1"1 a certain Freshlf girl s 1 ur 1FY1I1lL1li1C1y 11 5 llL111l1S knife and yas about to k1lltl1e ro 11 Jut Cl11lli1I1UH1L11111l IICIXL failed Ican t he cxud 1u1tly a use of chicken licartcdncss kerlain 11li1T11JL rs of our school seem to be growing very sent! ln NLISL The folloxn V1iQI11C1ill1U1Jl11 thc school building recently lf I 11cre you anr you were me 1 d gnc you a klss you see c tel you that 1 loud you car And always want to have you near But in this f1dVlt1S not the way For a girl to tell a boy T11at hz s her hope her lo1e hex Joy no you must never know That I want you for my beau An I love you so so so Sagacious Semor We saw a porcupine yesterday when we were comlng to town Fool1sh F1esh1e Is that the kind that throws feathers' In our next 1amUC v1e hope be able to g11e detailed lnformation about the old man and and the fuzzy tailed cat Miss 7elma leaned upon the fence She thought ltWOl.1d sustam The weight of any sol1d Soph But she was brought to pain She reckoned not that hallowee n W1th all its pranks and fun Had come along the night before And left the fence undone Suffice to sav, the loyal Sophs, In a bunch of goodly size, Rallied 'round the fallen one, And helped their hero rise . " Q ' ' 411 ., 2' ':. ,-, . 1. 'A. 31' '-', ' 7 11. . 'Q 'kr 1 C .'l"'. ' ' T 1" Q ' I ' ' dur ,l at the '-z 1 1 's ' ' him. " ' ' 3 .',"' J -,yf 115-1 '-'-f1- V y ,1. 1 " - - 1 . - . ' . '- mcntal, so I11Lll'1l. in fact that they can best express their feelings 1 YJ' 1. 1 . M vkx I I 1 . 4 . . x 1, f 3 1 1 , ' rx I " 7 1 I'1 11 ' 'W 'A ' , d 1' , ' 1 7 1' 1 ' ' 1 A1 V I 1 7 d . 1 . , , . r . . I ,, . Y ' 77 'Q i N ' . It 1 n 77 , .M Y .7 . . . . A , , . , K 4 5 l Y , l X x IH1 IHHHIT ' Wm HH 'TIL lllflvlx vi V! SL'P14w1'!.Xll1In'I:L',Xb-:+uIUl1vr1 lkflx Ur I ww Null 11 I "law -'mf .Vr'H:- Mi' Elm' l'4 'WW IU! LM. 1wW11'1 In l1A:w14-1111111 izmznw- 1X1 14411 NI ltqm lIun11.uI, Hufimff NIEIHQKHI ll' 111 xx uw ul Hn l Il S Im mv, Swivly xxisll I r. 'mn tx ll lr L r. tmmm rw N11 I atm r,+ I.-1' Haw zxsffftzmuwv N1 Iwmlx uni 1 I .1 th pr qw 11 Llwzx wt t 1K in t5vrw1p:,'r':1mw1'm11'sw Nw ru fl! lhw11'gn-.X11rlv1'sm1, Suu X In POHOB ADVERTI ER These are the people who help us Students and friends of the school should never forget lt ADVERTISING INDEX Casp: r Daxe Central Barber Shop Com r1CX'CI3.l Hotel Commtrual Tallors Dysart Jas Elko Dru Co Elko Lumber Co Elko Mere Co El plmant Llvery Stable Engler Co Flrst NACIOHBI Bank Gllllland Dr Gold G Harrlngtrn C A Ha J S Henderson Banklng Co Hesson A W Co Home Bakery Independent Palac Restaurant Ramsdell G H Relnhart to Front Page W T Smlth Co Wheeler 81 Co 47 Vlholt ale and Retall Dealers In wluumber Slungles Doors Wlndows MOLIlLlIH,g,S Bulldlng Paper Lath Ccmcnt Plaster Lzme Chlmney lP1pe Coal Etc KLATTE Sz DAWE Central Barber Shop Old Rellable COMMERCIAL HOTEL Elko County s Leadlng Hostlery Room 50e to 'lil 50 per day European Plan IJXIIX ll h llbbl-l WLPK ELKO INDEPENDENT 'JI e I 1 to Date I :mt Shop of Elko County C A HARRINGTON Harness and Saddlery Elko Nevada 'l'lll'l ' llllli I5 'I CO. 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TWO STORES mutt W Hesson Company -T 1 lmpxdml T SMITH COMPANY Euco EVAD THOMPSON 8: SMILEY Elephant 8: Nevada Stables Dry Goods and Clo'hmg L old rrlx ille IIQS o all lxmu caleful duwue and good homes G H iarkieloas SCJ of Ostrich Photographer V qt HA, xrlanted Elko Nevada Q 1 mah ,X T f ll or fqv ll mon G ot mmm lm nee 'Inf 8. II Cleanms: Sz pressmg Sults made to order lm x ut wmv rno To um e ll e 1 XX'1Ql Ill ton Star ou hu ll n rl can Elko Nevada Tll- l' lst lflllllllllwl llzmlwzwc Stow in NL'X'Zlll!l I O ll!ll'KlVC!l1'L', Stoves :xml RZHISCS, lf: Vllllllg' X 'lts o 0 XVlu vu 1 ling' lll'4IL'L'!'l1'S.l,l1lll41l'S. l'lllI'lllllll'1' :xml li.-111-1'1l Rl:-1'm'l1: liao 7 L 9 Tha f- f lp, - W . . . , , .L .L ,. 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