The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 6, 1923 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE. C!VJ_ : THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. ir.mi, <).; 3.'Ml ,Hi .'iili-r of •!«.• A • !. .Imn' .1 .in: JUT.. hi. Mr. : Wy,., il -ii-." Walk In C Mr. field: Mi tli."i.i Jri-ll, ' ill 1' 1 In 'IV: lnir )i:... t ..t, n.! M • 1.1 M.J-ash w ail. >.}-. Ill ll l.c! Ili'ft- iiirrriiiini, Mr. J. - <iii:itlv- W yo.. r.i ci vil |.; r-ini'liy. . M 'lllii: II HtK'rt is rsatvr. Mrs. •jji IIM at k>>m.> .Inly 7. where • •ll in Ui« nil rr Mr!' 'I 'll" V vii. ad is 1-IMI I • •IHV'.t.<:<-:'. :sli is ;i proniin'-nl Hutch- V.'.Hll.'lll. llMVillL'. livid hi-n !l i>! h"r 111", lili 'l bavins .(..) Jl.W. Ml" Ii* a VIU) •ilh an "K •List •iii-li of I'if luliurg HIM! Mr. Vern (). I..'.iii* .mi ..f Mr. .mil Mrs. .!. IV. ),>iil; i<f N'ii 'fcrrHDll, vvlri >i look place .111): '' I il a!. (In :ml. Mr. l .ynn l .i w.ll Kn.nvn nmont» the vdiiiif r si'l i-.r this i'!';., having r»r- ni .-riy Iii-li lei'i', :it \v]i!< h liitii' he w'r.s I - 1 i 11 1 1 • 1 ";i ill till! l'u.-l Of Ho IS a fonii-T OJ-S'TI! ol' til'-- i.i'.iiiiiis .Stale Not mat HI lilts-bunt wh'.rti he tiHi-nil- i.il lUn y.-ais iijlu am! '.viu-n' he lift M:!,!. i'l 'Th n. 11.' was a iii.-iubcr of A!|ih» Helplm. Miy l.ynn ir, uls.i a fnim. r si'.ident i>] thi' Normal bavin:; ;:; :nluale.l from tho l 'oniim-rem! di>p:n i inent In the cla;is ot H'W. Mr .uml Mrs. Lynn will mak..: their home hi I'll t--.burg. ay youni; .voiii ;, 11 v fill. I tilll'Iit l.'il from 111" ll i 'ass of 1IHS. , uhi .r'.i H!IO I ili'T.' i .-r Liv.i y• n-.,'.niKlii-i! ho,;'.| v. lis u . a !.",-,al'llll ."i a -::':.-ii'IM siVr s Til.' have riir-mJiirs o; 111.'. S. diMculitiuuc-d Ihol 1C. M. cluh rill lliitli Ini-'i- H' tn f In •iiiln hool! until Mi-til I'lnb.:!'. v.ilh tint incitlne "><.«*i*rtl»y r.l ilio •.mm- »r Mr*. Wyloy 1". il;i;;li!).-r. 119 T!i)> tiviith avenue \VIM'„ 'I'no ;i:'ti-nmon wa* spent In tho usual nuuilior, plnyinr; brirlc/e, anil tin. 1 nri/oK l \>r high HCIIIM wont to Mrs. \\", .lasoiis. Mrs. l-'lovil Weaver and Mrs. (',.'iira.n l.yurli. 'I'Ho gu .-Ml .s -wort: Mr*. W.-av.-r uii.l Mis. Carl liiohnrd- sori. At. I'ivo o'lin.'K the h.i:-ti>ss sio •. 'si ilti!n!\ is 'lS'^lnni -nis. 'I'll.' 11 oxt !l.."-''in:', ol" Iho liiiii will lii? hoi.l mi I... -1 Wo.!,), s'lay la September, til., who have been hor-o visiting at thn Jioms or Mr.«nd Mrs. C. J. Liblioy, 83t I'Vuirili uvcnuu oiiHt. and Mrs. Nellie H. Ucuil. Ii'tl yuHterday uiuruliiK 10 motor to IM& ADRsles... (.'allf. Tliny wen. arconniftiitriil liy Mtas Hilda I.lb- Imy wlio will Htoji in l'vu-lilo, Colo, to upend ( thu ri-'incliuler of tht: tmmmer. Mr. anil Mi'a. 15. M. I'lilllliu of 208 I'^irth avonilu Wft .st, oiltortalui'd us thuir RtiocstM ovi.'r Ihi' l-'onrtli or •Inly, Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. iluuKhor and Miss l.ulit llusiKlier oi' JUnsl'iy, and Mr. ami Mrs. Howard IhuiKhor and you of I laveiiiairt., Iowa, who aro s;o.iidia;; Lho suinmor in J\aiisiiii. Miss I'.uth 1C. Hrown. lUuightor of Mr. mid Mrs. Lev. is Hnnvn of W.nt Sixth has i .Hilln.-d from Aclitjilnilr, l.>hio, win.-ry t^ho was sn;"M'\lsor of muslr in thi* oity SL'IIOO'S. lloforo cor.i ill:', hollin stli) \lsltoil lliliilts in tllo iiiHt. vlsilln^ imiuis of historic lutor- «Sl. Miss Carrie Mil'li'llnn of Ti'i'.iiiinil, t'oioriuli). travi'lim; In the Itili^i'isl of I>c!|ililau work, who hay bo.-n .siipnii- nio..|'mt-.sl IIIK n fi w dn\n wit.li lor mint, Mr^. A. hl.s uiU'.i''al of till' M ••i.'.ish Al.liiH- SS tu nn.iuiu'oil later. I In lit! ..in if Ain.'ri- io'ld v .'u- •.'[.OI 'l-i of us t'itv. hf III.'II'- O. Halfiir.;ton of W'.v.t. Toutli lift uiorniiig for I'olnts In tho u;i.st. Mr. nnd Mm. n. \V. II il lit uro viislt- IJIR their (liniiihu-r. Mm. A. T. Dac- gott and Mr. l);^!^'!! in Snlin.i. They wen' t'lironii^ to Kan-sas t.'it>, Mo., by motor, but have plvcu it up lie- I.'HII.SL' of fin- had roailH. Mr. ami Mrs. t'lllford IVs of Wirli- i'.n wlio spent 111" Koarth ijf JaK i'.rr.. visitiii'i Mi's. I'oo's j's -ri -uts. Mr. ale! Huffman o! ITl'.' N ..1 ill 1. Iia.ve i'eturi.i*.l to.theii BIG STAFFORD 5 • SUIT TO TRIAL One UaJer Arrest aa Result of Affair Near N;cket**on—Bro- ihera Have Big FsiraiUes, Orni of fhp i uiit-.L itml nuv.-.t important ImVKUlt., li 'Mird h'-ro In yo:iri will ho th.it of VA r .u-.l ;!j.»iiin.st H. C. r,jt (sa iiiui ulhor::, v, hii !i will go tf) lri;il nosl WIMIIU -iduy 'H .-foro ,Uv\\ii* \X. (*,. i.'lillrt in ILI^IM (.'..itnity dUirirt rnurt. on :i civtniXK' tit" vntit- ''rein rffafford t 'oun- ty. Tho )il:ifmif! in u no;;rn i'ainivr who Ui\A t'xli'i.si'.u l;iiul !u)U!iit^s nnd (lie di:fr'H(!;iiH' (Wti-'s \* n inombor of tho Hint* }.>-i*lut»r«j fn.-ri; Stafford county and a ju.miimMit. inun there. VaiA is siting lo flour tho title to his land, pliMcinl tliroiifrh JiUo ^od fraud ;\nd iiii^ei , iir( , --tinta*ilon in t.ho pui-tduiso of ullegt 'd woi'thloss oil stockn. •TmlKi* W. O. Kciircliild has jus-t ro- I urn oil from a trip to tho east and will convoru- omit hero Monday, pro- l>nralory to rlo-aning up tlu> <1oohot bofuif lit; i;oo>» to t'ulorado for htfl n\nn- nior vat'£Uion. lia'i twonty court fiir^t'r. t -ut i-.iv ii.'a-.'iiiri li':l .\V '-fa Monday and .Friday inclusive, .ludso Farifhild •^.;nt:< tti loavt; within two WUOUM for tiic iiiountai!!:?. Mrs. K. Adaiiu: lionuj. Mr:;, Cr-erii'i! Tuvii. :•, Mr,-*, JJoti ! •r, and M vt\ A. K. N.'nnnn. r i ho " "i-s df'i'idod t<> ni.-'.'t in tiiu i ilwitiZ i ho }t<--l ?iji)f!t!i^. Tin* Ti-.i.' Uii.u*- will b*j hfdd in two , nt Urn honii' of Mrs. VI. )-.. liu i>ovonth avonuo c Di'irir? I0iii*n Finrh and ?d!st imii M ildivd Fin fit ot l \^.Nvk i( is;v; ; i;;;n^'. lh-^ mif.sls of ih- ir nun w:d ui!''.'>, Mr. and Mrn. IF T. She J h'*r;I (d Sfvi'iitct-nth avenue wi\-,t. John was hoi'' 1 yes- o' ;i-' 1 :ii:< ft.!;"!; 31'"' ! Tho f. ' :y In F;i : F"n >''• ; F.riiltart, ; Mr. jind •"ft* • I'-.wii!^ nnido up a picnic par:o Hi-did] \Vfd:u--.day .'veuini; •:• it!:d diiTifiiu;, Mr. nnd Mrs. srMm, Mr. ami . MT-A. l\ Mr. and Mr.«. John Dawos, Mr?.. Course ll<d !oway, Mr. North"! iind Mi l.oid f aioiii . ; KJir;' • ' vi'ar, r.r.iii-.- -LLMI.-l M a v i • 1 1 u - • Mrs 'onip.iiii.--t iho Fniv.. .-La •xt y .ir, i wiil ut- FH >.-. S':a- f..r tho • ; i«ty hid 1 . id th-TO, \ of lu it and Mr--. Cliarlon Si (.V F S.*:irl, Mr. nnd son. Mr. and Mr:;. K of M! 1 'iu'i'sun, and HI win. .it!i. :\1 v. nnd Mi'.s. Mr:-, Ffirl Uk-liaro- li. Seal ti and BHII MIH . Mat'tlia Mr- !n i »f [ ).•« Fast Nohlo -'.!*,!!.-red %'-.-it'-rdiiy a( the Witlttw- M.'.-id.'. :«K> Third •.\|!h M! ••. !i!:iiii-;i • Fratu". S'llItM.n nnd Mr l!o .v J. Kand ro- annaal Mr:v Mis^ Marmirot i-lav to iho ni.'iiihui-.-i of 1 at oio* o'flook lunHifi Uan.?h W'.loy Tfi K «-oi Wi -i'i' *ir.arkod for th-' • ••i- hrrdgo club HI nt the Horat today. Pi a cos flub niombora, and .Mi.-^s l>oro!.hv Foulron and Miss J fan \Vri:;hl. Th" simoon was fiponT j-'.,-iyi'ju; IriiU: • at !h" Ii-.uio 1 of tllo *-.: h .tv-mui: oa.st. lii.-'bi':'*!- outor- in- F:ir«-y J.;iko : ; : in-: Mr. and ••.vliin n;i iliolr Tiiv..r.--;.rv. Ad- Mr. at;d Mrs». ; Mi-s Ova Parson of F'avou who ha; ! b '-'oii at:ondin>'; (ho milvcrsit.\ a'l Fiiw I reniT-. in hero visftimr ln-r fousin, Mr. T. S. Kploy ,'itul Mrs. JCnbjy at thoir hojno, C'l'i.' Si.vlh avoime o;iat. Mrt 1C G. Mtuso of San IHogo. Fali f,, w!il mou: [oinurrow to ^pond sfVt -r.il days horo visillni? Mr?, S. J. Franch of 315 First avonuu oast on- roato to Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. A. II. Sutor and Ivr noico. Mif.; (lonrudc Sut*-r of l*iilniyra. Mo.. will r(i:urn tomorrow from Colorado Sprinnf.. Colo., whoro they havt.- bcon SfpnJing a r-lmrt timo. Miss Mxs-lio-l Hulta and -Miss Alvona .Mults arriv.nl Tuosrtay ovoiiinK t" si'.oiul tho j-:ummor with tholr [a'hoi;. In-. M. I. Units of 303 Thirteenth avenue uasi. M F-*s Vern a M>j\vory and ^Ti^s Chid>s Mow-rr are visiting Mr. and Mrs, liny Twii-t in M-atio and Mr. and Mrs. '.Ji'/nian in Liberal tor a f\_>. iv da> .s. Jb'v. and Mr*. F, M. Hall, of f.3') >' I'MS'I . loft t.od.:i.y for :m o.^.'-ndod [•'•.•oily I>JI !'!.-.ni':Vfl. <HM . Niiv;-; ;:nd family of Hoi^iiigton Wf.ro lu-r-i i.;:i.if l d!i .ir today, . Mi:^ P..'ni:(' f ' F.fn^ry is visiting for a Cow d.-tjs at Stafford Uifs we«?k. Thn Air.rrifan Legion drum and but;Jo oorp;i will pr;u'lteo tonight at (l..:n: th- M i -s In..' OV "!i Kr.m mi foo-f Itob. lM .i and Mr:' ..u.l.'iit. Mr , ln ./.-i, I ' i >i"ma i j lb" a:".. ' T:i.' bo hi iMhitiim Willi Mi 1 Mill"! [ill d Mr.-, MII :.h a\ t* lftira t'lito 1 . Mrs. Mrs. Ncdiie .! ibn K1 WU' :.t nieo •d hit i as lHii o JoJly -/fry in- n,io,..0! i :-h>Sf of Siorvf d. inK will .'•li bi }Iip]d O. It. ! AIMS horn S. Siifi's v.il! fn(i»rtai:i to-, villi .i. ••••!•>• nov.-l pii'ni<- party o-ar Uayiii 'uid, : lo:T K 'o.'s^ a, th'J , idub, Tho J ;KMM tomorrow morn- [ Did nii.lor out to tho diiiiu -r and /oippyr \ ral of tin - litisbmuU j 'J'h'.* iadfoH'' J^oai, Mr». • •••fit, M'rs. K. A, il.-'seerin. M. S'hnnl A. C. Jloa -J.-n .d. M! s. 11. C.. Woish . Mrs. A. L, F .i»on: t\t the Sij'iM-s r Vhoii .-lit* will In .lii'Miiii- 1'-; uf he F.di.-.-i will h-aro inn at \\ n 'ciufdi. j 'aiif.h A ]d- ui Will b" S '-r \O .I, <'omii 'i; i nit' for f.ho In11 -M" •\v!:o v.ill ro aro Mr.-v IF T <'. II Mn. I!. Mra. / Mr. a t.-tilii four o\ Ilnti-J vitod rs. K. C.. A,-.ho of 101 Mr- ii- <•;'.v.'ill entertain at Yh.fk ioa this ;»f:•••n:oon for thn iiwir of the N'.iri hw-'^iorn Fnl- ,- t'.h-e idub. A la nil* number of in.-ion music lovers havo beo.il into MIOI.M iht^o yoiiTix; -nniaiciuns. Mr. and Mr Miii Fartri(Fre wii'i • v Minneapolis. :'i--ivd a niontit. TOMORROW EVENTS. ® PERSONAL6 OF SOCIETY. !>r. and Mrs. and Mrs, Cbarb Mrs. Tate Rm-v «—i>™^s-—5— A. 1). Jtaf'Uiffton, Mr. s ltafflnKton, Mr, and 's. Mr. and Mr». L&on- L*. A Mrs. Ci. S. Pontloy.'ard Manning, Mb.s Margaret Ruffing- I-iiid, .Mrs. K. C. 1 Inn and Miss Virginia Foo npent (ho .i, Fj^iuk' first part of the wnok cumplng at a and Mr.s.; ranch southeast of Sylvia. Thoy re- j tunifd hero :hf Fourth. Tho time ! was Hpi-nl in boating, fishing and received 1 other sports. Mar;. ' I 'Veneb. liatr.-lne,' >>\ Mr. and Mr... Sam- | Mr. and Mrs, \V. V\*. Hoed of CHicugo Olobo Mrs. F. T. Child and Mrs. W. 10. (.Juiilin will preside as hostesses tu the inoritbers of their bridge club and their husbands at dinner at !!;•.» Itorabauph- Wtiey Tea lt "Oin and hridtje at tho t'hild iioino, -12!* First avenue east. Ladles We can please you with ft hair bob. Bilbo Caiu (Mean Towel Uarber Shop. the Armory Yhm Fort'T of '.he ltuckol ^ngiriecr- inc Co., went wCire .at Ltend yesterday on business. Owen L Cope of Wlchtt-a; livestock airout for tho Santa Fo was hero y-ofl- lerdny on 'bnspiess. Peter Fiti^en, an old settlor of N'iek- srm died Tiu^itay and tho funeral wa.s h.dd yesterday afjoritoon.' Cnmt H.ile. Mnn -rinlonder.t of Santa Fo ^portal agents from AriiariUtt was here today on business. "Miss Luei'do UaiUbuv'at of Partridge is spendiii'.; liie week end here wKh her sister,' Miss Kdlih Farkhurst. A. Miirtin o: V ."ie !i:ta. suporiiKond' j nt o; the Arkan.-ao Valio> intorurban Co., wa;.t here y -.'Sterday on business. II. C. Sw'.densky, Sanla Fo operator, was muiL t<i Sylvia today to relievo Di-erator Tom Ibdlanu, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Sam H-aeliy of west of the city announce the "birth of a d .'i -Jif.er, y-'.-derday morning at their h 'Oiie, The Kei'.y Milling Co.. has purchased a r.»-\\ :".0i> ho:;:.' i-'owor' electric luoli.-r of do V'.r\ latest type to ho. uj-ed in one id the mi'ds h"rt>. Tiie Womai/s c!u!» of Nlckeiv .L 'n was e .ranted pernii ^s !-ei by the city u Mined! to install a ..'.vinklnj; fount.r.v. ui the XiekerL-.un Si a to bank corner. Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Ward, Or. and Mrs. G. F. Fwbank and family and Mr. S. IF L -Jtiiituoor oT Nlckorson left yesterday fv»r a motor trip east, their objiH -tivo pojnt boitiLC Host on. mnri" St. Is recovering from burns alie rocfivod last week, when she aplllod a percolator full of hot coffee and scHldcd her feet and fttiklea, Aiinounnomonta of llio mnrrtuge of Vernon Lytm, a former. World War veteran to a PUtsnnrsh yountt lady hnvQ been rcoelverl by hifT "par»ntB. Mr. ami Mrs. ,J. H. Lynn of N T lok«rsun. l.ynn Jias been taking vocational train- lnR nt Pittsburg. Tho thrttrfliiutf machines started in tho Furrton fiet^hboriiood yestorday. Henry U'ngner bus purchased tho llurrlou Itokovy Com R W. Winshnv and took posnosslon of it Friday. W»f ,nnr lias been doing; iho baking for Wlnylow since he pttrchnsed tho bakery from C. M, Childs. A. l\. Wells. pono[-aF -ORim -t of thn Croat American 1JU> Inyurajiro Co., will leave tomorrow,itti ;ht for Kansas City to meet his wife who has boon in Indiana for three months. They will remain in Kan an o City a weok to visit tliMr son, who will leavu soon for South America on hualnost?, TOURISTS SHOOT WHEN. CAUGHT STEALING GAS Action of Negro Farmer Against Senator Gates Will Be Heard Here Wedne&day. Reno county officials are: pur/Jed aa 1o t.ho procedure they will take In t.he ease of Walter Ynrhrongh, arrested last nn:lit at :,'ifkersoa after lie j is alleged to have shot at Lawrence and Fred Strlckler, sens of Win. I S f ••iekh-r, a fanner ]{ \ in» oast of; Nlei;i'r^on when tiiey interrupted Iiiui I and his brother, Albert Y.-trmeir-'hl ! in tho act <ji* taking o.a;;oliuo at the Slriekler farm, After firing at the. boys and a hired hand t.ho Vurbroughs tmcanipod near the Sttiekler homo, bnikfi c-;unp nn.l starlvd on wet:: but wore firrestod ut Nickorson by W. S. Whitt hnd C. S. Gibbonn wlio had been -not Kiwi by tolephouo. They ha<l a SL'-SO and a .4H calibre revolvers and a shot gun in '.heir two car*. There aro sevon cullrtron in the party and boeauso ~of this fact, the authorities are relucta.nt to proceed against Ya.riirou^h. The man under arrest has a wife and several children and his brother haa several e.liildren. They b.ad a large store of ammunition but only 4 2 fonts between tho-m. Tho Yarbrouprht brothers stated thoy wore on their way to Great P~md for the harvest. They say their homes iire in Missouri anil that they have lately beoii in Arkansas picking strawberries. ataf^.<Hotl at his homo hero today af^!fCLD ter ft long illnoH», H« -was head of : 'Jf!" tho 'Frunch naval advisory board nt Lho Washington armament .conCeronco. \*ieo Admiral De bon wan R2 yearn old and was duo to ho retired this week. Ho succeeded Vino Aitmtrnl r>o Jonrjuiercs as chlof of tho naval gfMi- ornll ataff hr-March, 191R, aud was principal naval advisor to Premier iU'Uvnd ut tho Washington immont conference.' He 'made se\ jral nil- dresses at t.ho conforonce, notably tho ono In which Franco acceptod tho .\mcrlcn.n 'proposal for HuiRatlon ot capital ships. Fifty children's Kannnnta tor sale at.. Qui Vive Club -bazaar Saturday, j July 7th nt Hutchinson OKIcc Supply ! & Printing Co., 40S-10 North Main, j All huve hand work. 4-3t i Thousands of dollars worth of garments at half price jjj - tomorrow Skin Like ^113abvs Tou, too, can h *T0 a soft-, nmonth. 1lft^^*• I bite nkUi; If juu will uao tlila dullcsta tcauty aid; In flesh nud wlUto, 3Qc ant! 60c lho jar. At all good toilet counlurs. .JTScaiity Cveaii at Sawyer's | Enstmnn Kodaks Edison Phonographs Dancers Notice Our Dances open at Lake Bedell Saturday ninht, only open nlr dances In vicinity. Fine music. Location, 4 mil en cast on Fourth St. Those without cars will find conveyance nt 8:30 and 9:15 at tho Merchants Transfer. —Good Order— Leshure & Holmes 'Nuf Said. Admission Ei5c'. MULTIGRAPH1NG Matfing. Folding, Addressing. PHONE 670 | We write Advertising campaigns. All kinds of Mailing Lists. EUGENE RANDL.ES ADV. CO. Eugene Randlen-—W, Raymond Alien 3 WEST SHERMAN Vogue ' The VOBUO of Cheap Watches has had its day. Today, Watches arc selected and carried for their time keeping. Accuracy rather than ns jewelry. See our new design In cases of .white and yellow gold, thin models. They are beautiful. Our 35 years In business, handling dependable merchandise, Is back of them. The. Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The House of Quality. Henry Zli'.i) NOTE BIG INCREASE IN MOTOR TRAVEL Hair Bobbing has come to stay. Have it done our way. Billie Cain Clean Towel parber Shop. 27-251 Fifty children's garments for sale at Qui Vivo Club basaar Saturday, July 7th at Hutchinson Office Supply & Printing Co., 40S-10 North Main. Al! have hand work. l-3t Wo are all anglers. Wo are nil angling for compliments.—Atchison Chicago, July C—There has brca nppro'.v 1 mutely fourteen percent moro travel by touring aulotuolviloa through the Cen-ra] Slates*, both ea-st and west bound, during the firs' live month:-; of tb .is year than during the e -jrTespoud- ii:7 months of la-t. year, r .eojrdhig to slat!- 1 ti-cs compiled by the Caicauo Automoji'i-! c!:ib, iXiring the t'irst five mouths in \2?.$ t 17,-143 motorists regls '.'.'red at the Chicago e.i'.ib,, aa compared with l.">.!53 during the first five months of 1H'.';F The answers to tho call of the road began in January when l.li'id tourisn i vegiF-tci -ed. This was Till poreent n ore H. A. K ^loa, a former- superintend- j than in \2$2 '.vhfMi l ,:ios tnurl.HtH str»y»- Saturday will be | a banner day at- MEN!!! Buy your oxfords now- Wear them all winter Mr CSC CAMPBELL'S 17th semiannual the Chase schools has quit tt.M(diiu:; and re-entered the ministry. He Is in- ordained minister and formerly occupied pulpits of tht) Failed Fresb> K-vian church. Grandma Tuck wood of Stafford, who has be;*n ill for some mouth* following a sovore i\ill, died Wednesday at the home of her son, Tom Tuckwood at Stafford. Funeral services were, held there yesterduy. The neighbors of Mrs. Clyde Matlack gathorod at her homo yesterday to cut and fttack her wheat. The women brotiglit the dinner and hnd a big gathering at noon. Mr, Matlack died a few weeks ago. Mrs. Muvg&ret Duncan, mother of Mrs. Will IL Iloladay of Fast sher- ped at the cvub during January. T travel continued Heavy daring Fel ru- ary. when I ,-7i> registered as cmpar- eci with, l.oOi) during February, F'-L'. The March figures were: 2,023 in "Ut'23 and l .fc.H in 1229. In April 3,PJti registered as compared with 3 ,Si >2 in April, 121*2. The fncrease jumped again in May when tourists registered as compared with 7,3K0 in May, l[i£2. FRENCH ADMIRAL DEAD, He Was Long Time Chief of Naval General Staff. (By The A^oeimrd py, Paris, July 6.—Vice Admiral Ferdinand Jean Jacques de Bon, lang time chief of tho French naval general H ousehold H ints By MRS. MORTON MENU HINT. Breakfast. Orapt fruit Uutter Hot Unm Murflnn Co.'oa or Coffro Luncheon. Siunleli iinT'Set Pcniiut tin Iter Samlwieh i.efiovrr V..-t;«taljlft Sulu 1'ilU'd Cookit'K Dinner, Cream ot Corn Seu;i Riett and Clieest- *m <':i.f^'- S.arat.^n FJakt'e Hali.-tl V C'abbar.e toid Pcet ^ali- Cherry T'iu c id feu For choice of over 30 M vies of wonicn's spring and .stuiimer slippers-—Uxfonls. Sir.'ips and Ties- - Also \\ r hiie Slippers included. $195, Our very best selling styles in .spring and summer slippers of Satins, "Patents, Suedes and White Kidskin—-Junior Spanish nnd Military heels. $6.55. One Lot of Women 's Slippers at $3.95 All Men's and Children's Oxfords and Slippers reduced 14 N. Main Open 'til 9 o'clock Tomorrow See the styles in window* TODAY'S RECIPES. Rice -and Cheese en Casserole— Tlirro i:upa rice (cooko-i), one-lutlf t :u;i sxjttod c.henso, one-half ciin of milk.'butter. Butter baking <ll«h. fill with nltornato layers lire and cnuKse, pour milk ovor top, cov.^r Willi bi'OU^ unimbs ruul bRa of liuni'r. Halu' in Mioilcrnto ovmi oi)t>-bul( lurar or until' nicc-ly hrovvni'd. Cabbaga and Beet Salad—One miuill cabliago, Ibreo beutB, lottuco loavi'S, dressing. Cook benta ..until soft, pni'l, tuUl ono cup vlnuuar, bit .-ttun<l ur.tll viuogar i» <luvk rod. Put cablmi;a tbi-onsh food rhoppRr, then liccls. I'ut boe.U and one-fourth of ciihbago buck -Into vlnejfnr until cab- bago is l>r6tty shade of roil,-drain. I'lacR lettufo on Jilatoa, layt.r of whlto c.'ililiaiio; in centpr plaoo bill of red, top wilb salad dressing. Spanish Omelet—Make regular om- oli't and pour ovor the following •SUIK-O: Ono can tomatooa, two croon popiKM'H chopped fine, one stalk celory chopped fluo, two glloos or bacon cut up and fr!»d to golden brown, two oulona cut up and fried to golden' brown. Boll nil together until poppers are tioft, y mr over hot omelet. Thla may be used with bollod dco. SUGGESTIONS. Wrap Madt of Coat—By cutting Una isloevoa off an old coat you car. nuike a. good looking wrap. l)o nol cut at tho flioiiliicr line, but five or six inches below, and allow the yume under tliu'iirm; In fact, cut aa though you were ranking a .sho.-l uloove, anil father the edtriM to a ci 'iiloi\ whlcji will 1,0 just below the shoulder. If the arm holes and .sleeve* were deep and looiw in the original coat, you can- buy ornaments about the 5'ize of a half dollar with a tinsel attached and cover the cenler of the s-hirrlns. To Outline Embroidery—When outlining embroidery, run a rather loose row of machine stiu-hlns around tuo design, then catch up each ma<:blno stitch with embroidery thread. You will find the work will he more ever!, more quickly done, and the reverse side will look better. ISN'T IT TIME to think of your house? Doesn't jv.nr houso need <i present occasionally? lOapocially these •warm days when home is tho most coinfo.'lablo place to be—a new vast)—-a new picture, a now basket, or perhaps a dainfy now tea set or v.'ator sot will be an acceptable gift. We are showing many •charming things that your house will welcome. rhone 330t> 18 North Main 31 Rhubarb Relish—Two quarts of rhubarb, two onions, one quart of vine: gar, three pounds brown sugar, two teaspoons each finger, allspice, cinnamon and cloves; two red poppers. Chop onions, peppers and rhubarb. Add spices and sugar and cook until tender. Can hot. Fine with cold meat. To Clean Wicker—Soap and soda should not be used for cleaning wickerwork. U Is advisable also to avoid tho use of very hot water, which destroys tho natural polish. Articles made of brown wicker aro best cloan- ed by rubbing with a rag dipped in paraffin. Then polish with a soft cloth and tho wlckerwork looks llko now. White wicker should be wash'; ed with strong salt ami water; the solution Bbotlld be cold or ouly just "oft tho chill." Wipe as dry aa possible, and then place the furniture in the sun to dry and bl«ach- Why We Selected Fearl & Son to Sell NAVARRE PEARLS A CHAIN or\»teel ia no stronger than its weakest link. A national selling organization is judged, and rightly, too, by its local representative. Primarily, we designated this firm as distributors of Navarre Pearls because of its well-known integrity; because of its reputation as a house of fair and square dealing; because it enjoys the confidence of the people. It is tho business of lovely woman to enhance her loveliness— Navairre Pearls add wondrousiy to fcer natural charms. It is our business to submit tho claims of Navarre Pearls to discriminating women through tha most estimable medium; we have done so, we believo, in the selection of this reputable firm as our sole and' exclusive representatives. BLAUER-GOLDSTONJB CO, (Inc.) Chicago FEARL & SON

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