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PAGE EIGHT THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1924 Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. (Items for this department must bo in liy lt>:00 n. in.) Mrs. A. K. Knm-llmrft biul clmrisn • wwlis, Dec. 2 nt the homo of Mr«. of the program nt th<- in••<•(in K II: .1. J, Hriii. !t».i .Vortli .Monroe tho llulclilnsiiii Wimmi's i-ltib nt | Htrei'l. Wstenl.iy's Euo«is tnduil- the Klks eliili rooin-i nnil b»'l us j eil .Mrs. lbui Cook nnil .Mrs. Slurry lier H }'e:tl<er of tttr ;jfieinoon ATr.^. i Ciinipbt'll, It. .1. Mt'i\iiToil who mlkeil on the I • ••• '• t'.hllil l.alior iiiiu'iuliinMii which will I Yesterday heliifr the twentieth be votc-il mi liy I'O stale lr>>;i»l:itur "K j blrtlulay annlvci-nnry of her ilauiih- ilurini! tin- comiiiK year. Sb< im-i « T . Kniiy, Mm. cllffon! Kills etKer- jinwi-il on all iliui Die amenilment I t«lnoil laat evening at their homo, being voieil n| on by stales Is not a I '•*"!' Seventh Ave., oast. The eve- law but dimply a vole of Hie people ! "1'iB »'«» spem In un Informal no- of the I'nituii Slates in empower : r lal lime, anil at a late hour, re ongre:-.s to ne'Ue. a law which will Mi'iml Un- lest nt Iki- Supreme Court. Foil ;wing her tall; an Informal tlisi.nssinti look place, Pre- rudins I he talk by Mr*. .Mct'arroll, Hie i bib was delightfully entertained with two song» sung by Mr*. AMier Alforil aceompanieil by Mrs. Iiyrnn Astle. littring the business meeting Ibe treasurer reported a total of over . ill in the treasury. Two new members w .e taken lino the club. shirk and Mrs. Ilnrry ('.ruber and .Mrs. 1. II. Yeager was reinstated. The club program in two wee!*s will be on "Women and Women's eiubR." with Mrs, \V. S. Kerr. Mrs. K 11. Wol- colt and Mrn. I.ewi.s Urnwu having k tnlUB. Mrs. A. C. Welrhon will be chttlrnmn of the aflernoon. Tbe mr-tnbnra of Chapter I), 7*. 10. O. were enteriained last evening nt the home of Mrs. 1\ J. AIlHWiiKer by .Mrs. Altswnger nnd Mrs. Claude ltiirlmnun. l'recedlnc the program the Indies, discussed the plans for Ibe 11. 1. I,, supper on .Monday eieudig at the Illsnnte hotel with the evening spent nt the borne of Mr. ami Mrs. It. II. l-laiuniond on lib West 21st street. The Chapter also voted to prepare some. TbiMiUsglving baskets' for needy homes. Mrs. I. J. Jones had charge or the program ami read a clever parody on Holmes' poem "The nuysV'. Mrs. Jones railed her poem "The i .lliht" and wove into it little bin of Cltapier history. Miss Louise 'J'ennington and Miss Young reid rii number of readings and .Vis. Carol Smith hud a "kid" piece which all enjoyed. The hostesses siyved u lunch with Mrs. .1. I'. KoKliurff nnil Mrs. John Cliris- man presidii^t at tho table. The ' chapter will .meet in two weeks with Mrs. C. \N. Payne and Mrs. M. II. Drown u\t the home of Mrs. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. ' Ktlil Unas and Kinnll daughter. H'-niie will leave to- morrow for Minneapolis, Minn. Sev',' era) social funrtloiS.; have been giv- .' en during the pat»t few days in their honor, and of the most • delightful was an fafnrnml 8or .lnl evening. Sunday evi ^din< at lite home of Mr. Hoy Ilti.vtprd, 717 Kast Sherinan streel. Tb$ employees of the Midland and Itoyjil theatre entertained. The time "vvas devot' ed to bridge and dunci&g. tilfts of use and beamy wen- jiresented to the honor guests. Itef]\'shments were served nt a lute hour". The guests: M< f.>Y.r:; ami .Mes -|. , ]..renr<. I,aiiRhlln 'lalnts L .MUhe l-.'MloV J. P. Meismi .M*. h si-s- N'nwton l.iuie It .jy I'lnyt-i'il l.'onitid A. KOK- IJ .IwarU .Sluil ^'t -'rn •Is Slimp Mrs. l'eiul TbeiuasA-lUliiKtou .Mlis.n-- .•. |„ liner Hii7...| .Vm-i. Kurt I'i .-Mi.n J -'n .vo T^iiKnn Miuvfl Tiionu .H Wary Winder Waller Wolinci- frrshmenls were served by the hostess assisted by Miss Opal t'ave Kills. '!" e guesl;:: ,M issf-- a — J Mai v M.u-lln 1 Kilud Km hi.un I («tea I 'hi.newclh H»|.n Klllelt .N'.winl II.IJIV (Irel.t (':iri'< (iter Norma lllrkmnn llnziil llr.rr .Mnrh'iierlle MeCoy Mnilge dish i\imn.i Carpenter t :thfl 1 uoi .'.wi .rlli Murv Cul.lwvll I'l.o U-f Hl.-ki/:;jn lOsIte.r Ilurch Mrs. Itoy Sinitli presided us lu:s- (ess yesterday afternoon to the Indies of the B. 11. dull, at her homo, 213 Fifth Ave. west. A social lime wna spent during the utter- noon ami Mrs. C. O. Warren read a story on Armistice Dny. Fifteen members answered to roll call. At flvo o'clock, the hostess served refreshments to tho dub members and their guests, Mrs. H. C. Chlpchase and Mrs. D. J. Arndt. Mrs. John Sollenberger will be the next hostess In two weeks nt her home, 107 Eleventh Ave. west. The Day Nursery was indeed a happy place, last evening, when the ladles, of the New Century club called there at five o'clock and presented that institution with lf> sheets, (il pillow cases, and 1(17 towels which they made, yesterday, and 25 tam o'shanturs and 140 handkerchiefs. The club met yesterday in special session at the home of Rrs, H. A. Slmyler, 1925 North Ashe street and spent the entire day sewing. A covered dish luncheon wus served at noon. been held Thursday, Nov, 13 has been postponed to Nov. 20 at the home of Mrs. O. K. Senrl, -121 Avo. A east with Mrs. \V. K., Mrs. Victoria HlRgs and Mrs. Uoso Iluth- erford assisting. Mrs. Joseph Hnrtmnn will have ns her dinner guests this evening, at her home, 302 Sixth Ave, east, Mrs. Clarence Sloan of Trinidad, Colorado, Mrs. Clarence llrownlee and Mrs. F. W. McCouib of Zenith. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howard have Issued cards for an Informal social evening, Snturduy at their home, 1120 Ave. K east to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. elnb will meet with Mrs. A. II. Delxcll, 416 Third Ave, enat. The menibeiH of the Gulden Olow club'.will gather nt the home of Mrs, Kqsey Cooper, 721 Sixth Ave. east. The ladles or the Friendly Neighbors dull will have ii dinner meeting ut tho Itorabaugli-Wlloy Tea Koom. , ,i> 4, I " - ' " v ' * 1 T •s> CHURCH NEWS. J, ! . _ . . WJ ,_.._ [ The Silver Links Guild of. the First Presbyterian church will be entertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. Ilohert Broltni, Mrs. Forrest McCandloss nnd Mrs. b. K. Tllley at tho lirehm homo, 220 East 17th ntreet. PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. Mrs. Kustace Smith, Mrs. Charles Carey, Mrs. Harry Tidd nnd Mrs. A. C. Cain presided as hostesses yesterday afternoon at the regular Tuesday luncheon and bridge at the Country club. Luncheon was served in the sun parlor where | Sherman street, bronze chrysanthemums mado a pretty addition to the beauty or the room. Tho afternoon was spent playing bridge, and the trophies were won by Mrs. Fred French and Mrs. noscoe JIambric. There were forty ladles present. .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wyman, Miss Vurim Neal and Mr. Max Wyman will go to Topekn Saturday to attend the wedding of Miss Mary MeArthur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mi-Arthur to t Mr. Krsklne Wyman, Sunday afternoon, Nov. Hi at four o'clock at the Congregational church. Mrs. Max Wyman is in Topekn at present, and will be matron-of-honor for the bride. Mr. Max Wyman will attend his brother as best man. Mr. Brskino Wyman Is a former Hutchinson young man, who is now with tho United States district attorney at Topeka. Mrs. A. D. Katflngton is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. T. Smith In Newton for a few days. Upon her return here, she will leave for Los Angeles, Calif., where &he will visit her son, Mr. Charles Raftingtnn and Mrs. Kafflngton. « Mrs.- Charles Naginey of Milroy, Pa., who has been spending a few davR hero with friends left today to return to Wichita where she will be with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scott until her return home, Nov. 30. Aj <j> Mr. and Mrs- Raymond Beyer of Guthrie, Okla., will come Friday to be the week end gmwts of Mr. and Mrs. Judd Benson, 559 East Tho Phllathoa class of the First avemme Haptisl church met last evening at tho church for ft covered dish supper. Mrs. H. O. Ferguson and her cominltteo had charge. A short business meeting, followed the supper, at which time, the election of officers was held. Dr. Jennie Mueller was elected president; Mrs. Charlon Cooper, first vice president; Miss Mnble Morton, second vico president; Mrs. J. A. Ogden. third vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Shirk, secretary; Mrs. D. G. Ilarb, assistant secretary; Mrs. Blanche Whiting, treasurer; Mrs. C. O. Mammel, teacher and Mrs. U. A. Earhart, assistant teacher. A shower of gifts wsus presented to Mrs. J. H. Hardcastlc, the retiring president. There were forty- five members of the class present. An all dny meeting of the Ladles Aid society of the Calvary United Brethren church wtll be hold tomorrow at tho church, to quilt. WISE AND OTHERWISE I UT Mr», W. T. Morgan. | The W. W, Circle of the Zlon Lutheran church will meet tomorrow afternoon at the homo of Mrs. B. C. Almquist, 406 Crescent Boulevard. Household Suggestions The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. O'Brien, 107 Ave. B west was the scene of a smart dinner party last evening,when they entertained a . t few friends at dinner and for bridge. Those present wore; M.-HSIM-S and Ales- A. C- Wi'K-hun dames— Motitz (lulb Homer Hamilton F. JohnslMn !•:. T. I-V..K,! t;n,l [iulii.-r .1. I'. O'Sulllvan Lincoln SU-wurt Ileitis Mi-.Nn.lll Mi...s,lan*es— Mainly McGuIre -MiirltiH |.>i,!t _\1 ISH Ida Jeliiislen Mr. 1'.. II. i.-ivnn Miss Cora Saueke entertained informally at bridgo last evenlug at her huine, 105 North Maple street, complimenting Mrs. A. Harold Bell of Denver, Colo. The evening was spent at cards, the prize for high Mrs. William Johnson and MissV score being won by Miss Ethel Am- Lily Webb entertained last evening Vbrose. At the close of the evening, with a surprise party for their par- pluneheon was served to the follow- enta. Mr. and Mrs. George Webb, «t the Webb resilience. -100 West 1.1th street, celebrating their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. Webb came to the United Ktates lu 1S71 from England and settled ii Clifton ill., where ho met and married .Mrs. Webb. They soon came to Kansas, uhero they have lived since. They have lived In Hutchinson thirty years. Mr. F.mll Winters gave a whistling solo and Mrs. A. J. Bell rend, itefrctihments were served nt the close of ibe social evening to the following guests: »>g guests; MVMtu]!H -.1 (V, il. t.aii I.. kA. HrouglUon Klhid Amhrns,- Allec P(o.:khain Dorothy Knrouse Ann Albi-rtBon McshiTt an.t Mi.siluiia.s-- It'jbert It. .Inn, l.'mll Winter i\ .1. Kyle J. !'. Klih.r A. .1. Hell Mesrlames — M. H-aman WIIHBUI Mile." .HlKtfl.'i 't'lreeit, ln :,iii -hi. Mover Aho- Welts l.i lla Hrelnii LA. It isVls— (Mri and Mrs. Harry Campbell and .\J 'r. nnd Roscoe Hambrlo will entertain this evening wlh a novel post-m.t>tial affair for Mr. and Mrs. C. L. .Vieholson. The f-.rty will motor to> Wichita for dinner at the Innes Tea* Huom, and then will attend a shutv or a dance. Those who will go are\ Messcra and Me.sflaim.-s-- Charles L. Nlcluilson Fred Shaffer Harry Campbell AValler Boebm Italnh YounK ltoseoe Hambrlc Mrs. Ray Smith entertained the members of h.-^r bridge club yes- lerilay afternoon, at one o'clock | luncheon at the' Jiorabaugh-Wlley Tea Room, and bridge ut her home, 202 Kast 13th stiVet. The prizes WITH awarded to Mrs. F. M. Haines and Mrs. K. II. iViyue. In two weeks, Mrs. I. II, Veager will lie the hostess at her hilpte, 215 Tenth Ave. west. Mrs. Angie Hoed was pleasantly suuuised \esiordny ufiernoon. when upon calling ut the home of her (laughter, .Mrs. Charles F. I Jenny. 817 Tenth Ave. vesa. for a ipiiet visit, she was greeted by a group of her close friends lo cole- brute her hirihday. The afternoon ^ 4i was (.'pom \\i;h ranee work and; „,, *' . conversation. Full flowers and the I Tim next social sup»er meeting national colors were used In the j (>f , "'f club <»f the city il.-.-onition of the rooms and „„ | «^»>ol\ will bo held, 1 "'Ji , d V,, , Annislice Hav coniest was won hv I biug. NoV. 18 at the Utet Chris- Mr* \b-v .larvls I 11:111 ''Imrch. Supper will Up served Folio wing the r.freshuients i ut six o'clock. Prof. Kaynt^nd »A. which were served bv the bustess • Sdu-gler, Dean of Hie School of assisted bv Mrs. .larvls. the honor | Kducatlun at Kansas Uul-it»irsity, g 'lesi was preseni.-d with a lovely, '-awience will be the speaker for assortment of birthday gills. The 1 >be evening nnd there will beV ape miosis included; ...ila m,- i-'. I'. WaltiMi. 1\ A. l .-Nltl|e Saruli ll:-.lllvitls A. i:. Slewail t;ii.l(,-e Miliols All (lie l-.CSi l'. Ii. Sh.,nk lla.•ba.-i McKarlnuil S. i;. i.'lelnilli: I'.OWHI ,! ]!r..nii Jal'\ i;^ clal musical numbers. Mr. aud Mrs. W. A. Frame will entertain at dinner this evening >it s-veii o'clock nt the Discrete HotoJ followed by an evening of bridge!, of the Friendly' Ht ''" !ir no,nu 1,1 llie St« w urt npart-\ 1 meats. Tho guests: mil w. A. Monlnomery Mesiluai, s -- J. \. j:. Kirk l;> .f ^> Mrs. Harry Fearl of Detroit, Mich., Is a guest here of Mr. and •I'm. Frank Fearl and Mrs, Roy Pratz. Mr. Fearl will join her here, Sunday. Mrs. T. H. Cleveland came today from council Bluffs, Iowa, and will spend the winter here. Mr. Cleveland will join her later. .;, .s, .;. Miss Alvlnn Nusshaum has gone to Chicago,.. 111., nnd Milwaukee, Wis., where she will spend three weeks visiting friends. ••>> * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paul and daughter, left last evening for Long Beach, Calif., where they will spend some time. Mr. E. T. Guymon of San Diego, Calif., left yesterday afternoon to return to his home, after a few days' stay here. * <!> .8. -Mrs-. C. L. Nicholson will go to Newton. Friday to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Nicholson. * * •>) ••• TOMORROWS EVENTS. 4 Mrs. Irl Hempstld will entertain with a one o'clock luncheon at the Roraliaugh-Wiley Tea Room and Bridge at nor homo, 812 North Washington street, The regular meeting of the What- so-ever club will be held with Mrs. Ben Fanning at her home, S2S Ninth Ave. east. Mrs. L. K. Slegrlst will he hostess to the members of her bridge club at her home, 003 East Sherman street. .Mrs. Albert Teed and Mrs. C. W. Hall will entertain with a bridge tea at the Teed home, 122 Sixth Ave. oust. Mrs. Hoy Pratz will preside as hostess to the members of her hridjre club at one o'clock luncheon at nie Itorabattgh-Wiley Tea Room and bridge ut hor home, 73!) West 14th street. Tlio members of the Columbine A small leak in a garden hose may be mended by painting the out. side of the hose with roofing paint. Diced carrots are delicious served with boiled cauliflower, with Hollandalse sauce Bervcd over all. Just before your cocoa la ready to serve add four or five marshmallows and allow them to stand for a few moments In the liquid. Then beat for about a minute with an egg beater. Your product will have a most distinctive flavor. GIVES FINE HOME FOR A CLUB HOUSE. "It I had my say Meliasy," Said Mickey the cat, To his lady frien' As they conversed on the back fence, "If I had my say, I'd Say It for a good cook. The kind what ain't particular Aud Is generous. Tbema the kind for hnpplncss, Mel- Issy. The conk my mlBlreas has now Has a fee bark shoved off thd map For bcin' close. That woman Mellssy Can't bear to seo a man happy. She 'B give mo cold skimmed milk for breakfast Three mornln's straight. 'Nil If there's one thing above another Mellssy What takes the heart out of a man cat Us a cold brenktns', After he's been out all night. I Bed as much to thnt cook And what did I get Mellssy? I got scntted out of the kitchen. I sure was sore. For as she scnflcd me past tho refrigerator I got a whiff of a nice beef steak That she was savin'. A savin,' Mellssy. The'Lord never made beef pteak to Bave I sed that to her, Mellssy And when 1 did sho grabbed the broom And swell' ma clean across the drive. Can you feature that, Mellssy? In the early mornlu' When I was that tired I couldn't do any thing but Crawl under the wood houso And feel sorry for myself And hnte that woman. She said I was nuthin' but a Alley cat. Kin you beat that, I sed. Mellssy Jlst as If a man's social stondln' Can be measured by the streethe lives on." And then he looked toward Mel­ lssy For sympathy The same as any man cat does, When he's been cattln' about And gets cold skimmed milk for breakfast. But Mellssy was manicurln' her left paw And didn't look up. Mickey gave her the once over Slid down the back fenco And started out for sympathy As any man cat would do. While Mellssy turned her gray green eyes The other way and laffed Her cuttiest laff. Beige Wool Frocks Alluring in its youthful appeal and trimnest New Arrivals— New ' i Beauties— | The I Very Newest—' i Patent Vamp | Rust Brown Quarter $9.00 There is n decided charm to this frock of beige wool because It does so many unexpected things. The front fastening Is most original, as Is tho fitted band which begins at tho fastening nnd is carried over across the back find fastened on the other side. Tho braid running through the sllus In the front and the close-fitting cuffs are other notes of Interest. Read the Classified Advertisements in the News-Herald. WInfleld, Kan., Nov. 12.—A gift of her fine modern home, which will be used as a club house, was made to the WInfleld Community Council of Women's clubs here today by Mrs. Alfred J. Dlescher, daughter of the veteran banker, W. C. Robinson. Announcement of the gift was made today. Don't wait until your car goes bad, have us keep It in shape all the time. Phone 59 Ragland Kingsley Motor Co. 12-11 MENUS Breakfast—Stewed dried apricots, boiled rice with thin cream, salt mackerel baked In milk, corn cread, honey, milk, coffee. Luncheon—Cream of spinach soup, croutons, baked onions, whole wheat bread and butter, cocoa bread pudding, milk, tea. Dinner—"Frenched" pork tenderloin, scalloped riotntoee, baked squash, stuffed pepper alad, pumpkin pie, whole wheat bread, milk, coffee. Poached or soft boiled eggs should be provided for children under ten years of age for their dinner. HATS Made to Order Furs Rellned and Remodeled at the ANN BURKE HAT AND HOSIERY SHOPPE Cain With & Campbell Bootery USED CARS Every uied car sold by ua i» guaranteed a* represented 1924—Essex 6 Coach. 1924—Essex 6 Touring. 1923—Essex 4 Touring. 1922—Essex 4 Touring. 1921—Essex 4 Touring. 1923—Hudson Speedster. 1921—Hudson Speedster. 1920—Hudson Speedster. 1920—Hudson Touring. • 1917—Hudson Touring. 1921—Premier Touring. 1920—Buick 6 Touring. 1924—Four Door Ford Sedan. 1924—Four Door Ford Sedan, 5 Balloon Tires and Extras. 1921—Ford Sedan. 1922—Ford Coupe. TERMS—CASH—TRADE Hutchinson Motor Car Co. DISTRIBUTORS HUDSON AND ESSEX CARS Open Evening* and Sunday* Phone 271 104-106-108 Second West The member Neighbors club enjoyed their inouihiy cluli nieeiiiig, I 'esti-nlay :'fieriioon at the home of Mrs. .1. 11. I 'niih. Til? West l.-lth street. Hull ,;:ll \v;.> iinyweicil wiili current eieut.i and humorous stories. The lenininiter of i tie afternoon was spent with fancy work and eouver- satioti. -\ handkerchief shower [ hoHt (»ises« to be announced late was ijiven, Mrs. Raymond Sprinkle j i on her birthday. | Mrs. Will .S. Thompson will entet Lnn-ht'oii was served at five tain Friday uiih a one o'clocl o'clock. The i lub iwill liajo a din-i luncheon nnd bridge at her holm tier parly loinorrow evening at tliej til" Ave. A east ftorubaugh-Wlley Tea ltooiii for the More Buster Browns Arrive Today The November meeting of the Past I 'reMdontB club of the W. H, C, will not be held, the next meeting to he held early in December, the T. I ineiubeiv. Tin- next regular lueol i"« ef the club will bo fu three The meeting of tile fast Noble Urunds club which wua to have Mi-^es Two-Tone Shoes Boys Mi-Cat Boots Try a pair for your child —It Isn't nolessnry to pay high print's lor quality shoes—Try a pair of Buster Browns. ' y. \ 14 N. MAIN Hosiery Too ! ! Thurso ay, Last Day! Height of the Season Sale of 200 Exquisite Dresses 13 Exquisite Frocks in styles and sizes for Miss or Matron. Frocks that should sell for a much higher price. In colors favored this season. The materials are very smart. Values truly exceptional. Thursday closes this sensational Dress event. Store Hours'. Open 8 A. M. Close 6 P. M LOWER PRICES . 112 NORTH MAIN See Thes» Dresses On Display. Have Us DRY CLEAN Press and repair your Suits, Furs, Dresses and Heavier'clothing our better way. Use the phone or parcel post. ]V ^odelTaundry DRY CLEANERS PH4NE44 I Never Burn j MY SKIN ! By Edna Wallace Hopper. ' I live In the sun and the wlndi ! lu summer, but I never burn my 'skin. That is because the greatest of experts told mo now to prevent It. .The sun Is pood for the skin — get all you can of it. Only certain rays — tho ultra violet rays — d o harm. Bar them out, nnd the sun will never burn. Tan bars Edna Wallace those rayg, so Ph H o?o P 1S 2 3 tann-.l.kina do not bum. But nclenco has found a way to do that without changing the skin's col • It has found n substanc, harmless and colorless, whicL. bars out only those burning rays. liy my experts' advice 1 had that substHUce cmbot c(. In my vanishing typo of Youth Cream. I upply It before any exppsure. After bathing I apply It nr .ain, ft water removes It. 1 have never hnd sunburn, wlndburn, tan or freckles alnce my expertt tr.ught mo tin 's. Now 1 am placing all my helps at every woman's call, and this one is among the-i. Kdna Wallace Hopper's Youth Cream it supplied by all druggist, all toll '. counters. The Vanishing Type conta.ns tho Bubstance which preveutB sunburn. The cust is (iOc per Jar, and every jar curries my ..uaranteo that It does what my experts claim. Also in 35c .ubes. i promise you it will delight you. I shall gladly mall yo- a trial tube If you will send tu.Ii coupon. Do thai and seo but jt does. Don't Strain Your Eyes By using your glasses too long, or using imperfectly fitted glasses. I devote all my time to the testing of eyes and the fitting of glasses. H. S. ZINN, Optometrist The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The House of Quality. Henr; Zinn Jno. P. Blrchfietd TRIAL TUBE FREE Kdna Waltiif-o Hupner, . S13 iittti ijike Shuru lirlvo. Chicago. 1 want to try Vanishing Youth Iteatl the Classified Adverlls" meats in the News-Herald. RAILROAD TIME TABLE SANTA FE Westbound Tralm No, Arrivea 1—The Scout 6:35 pm Departs 7 :ti5 pm 3:3fi pin 5:&0 pro SiiiU pm 4:50 am 3:tiu am 4:ai) pm t>-.10 air. 9:00 am 'J:U5 am Departs 12:50 pm i:afj pm 3—Calif. limited 3:35 pm 5—Colo. Expteaa 5:20 pm 7— l-'arKo Kxprcsi . 3:50 pm 9—The Nuvjijo .... 4:45 am 11—Colo. I'a»t Alail,, 2:f»& am 6a—Lucal l'nnn 4:15 pm Cl—l .OL -al Puss. (Kx Sun.) C7—I'nsBtrngnr S :ao nJr» 4'J—It &. S russ. (South) Eaatbound Trains No. Arrives 2—Tho Mavajo ...12:45 pm 4—Calif. Umitdd .. 2:;). r M"n _ U—Chicago Kx. ,.Jl:;i5um H:4U uin 8—Santa Fe "3"...11:-U inn ll:30pm "J—The Scmit S:5ri urn am 12— K. C. Klyer l^Ti am 12:40 mn Local Pass 12:45 pin 1:00 pm 6ti—I'aaaeiiKiT 10:10 pin 10*20 prn •oL'—Local Puss 3:40 pm ex. bun. 50—il. & s. 1'asa.... Ii:20 pm No. 7 doe.b not carry pas-^'nisCrs. ROCK ISLAND. Eaatbound. No. 4—Goklon State Limited., 2— Callfornlan 312—Local Passenger Westbound No. .1— Oo)<1en Slate Limited . 1—Calif ornian 311—Local Pusfipnyer , iil— LOCH .] Freight 80—Locul Freight Departs . ,1 i;M0 am . .io-.Jii pm .. &:6& am Departs .* 3:40 pm .. tiifiij am .. ti;30 pm . .12:15 pm . .12:45 pm MISSOURI PAC1F*«. Westbound, No. Departs 44.')—PassriiROr 9:25 am 4i;t—PaKaenser , 3:12 pm 4i»5—Lpcal FrulBht 11:45 am Eastbound. .\o. Departs (M—Pa -SHf -ngor 1:07 pm 444—Passenger 3:12 pm 4l>6—Local Freight 10:05 am ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURDAN Arrivu Local ... Kt:i5 pm Local ...10:05 am Limited Jl:uii utii Local .. .12:45 pm Limited . 1:45 pm Local . 1-lml ted Ufa vo Local ... «:20 am Local ... 7:45 am Limited . y.2i) am Lot-lit ., .10:25 am Limited. .11:45 am Local ... 1 :'•.'» pm UlmUert.. 2:20 pm Local .... 3;U> pm Limited.. 4:20 pm Locul ... 5:15pm KUUUI Local ... ti:2:» pm | Local .. Limited., 7:50pm I Limited Local ... :i:15pm Locul Lo<-;tl ...lU4Upm | Local ... ..IM#«..M All train* MM Dally Trains and ir« through trains between Ilulchlns"" and Wichita, and nil trains matte direct connections at Van AtsUals for Newton, liau Local . Limited Local _ :zu pm 4:18 pm 5;35 pm 0:ls pm 7:35 pm S:40 pm . U:50 pin ,11:55 pm 1:50 am A

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