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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT THi' HUTCHINSON NEWs, Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. litems for thla ik:|iiirtiiinnt must Im In liy Id;00 a. in.) Mm. I'M .liickxtm. wire of tIn- IIWV. ly olf'iled lipvi-nior i'i" Indiana >^ H former l.ul'M'-'l wiiinun. al-io our: lime lived in 11ntc"iiii.--.» TI . Sin»as known li't" »« Mr". HITIMTI IV .-irn , HIT husband W.IB liH.um-"? IiiuiuiKi'i' of tin' Lamed Tiller & Toller collie vi-nrs UK", anil when Mr. Harold T.'iylur "I SI. LoilK Mn.. Mr. ItavmiiiKl filadi.'iit of Chilli- i-"tlic. .Vln. eli -i A. : -i-loil I citlne Ills Mr. I'I ami iIn- i her par.: Jjalor HIII el.- IlilU'illll > Mr. Pi' .isre|ar> i ri­ ven s . ho- i-iin^r I'ViVilt M i'i. ili"il Inn > '.ii - ap' iiKivv wi'llt tn 111" llnini' nf its Hi O .Titwatiitnii . Kan. tuti 'i 'in a ."crri'lary at tlie lii-aili|uurli'rs of lint Women M lloaril of Mis-'iiint uf Hie Chrlsiinn I 'linicli at liidlann|>olK lint.. wlir-vo sin; bo- unniu :u-i|iialnli'il with ICil .liu'ksuti, who I'm- tin 1 I Mrs. Ih'iir Worth. Ti-x; lute hero lor fiillii-r, Mr. l-'lftli Air- Mt'inplii-. 'V if ii. ..mlliy nf Foil .-; whe ha* hi': tl V!HU- tlifi-c wi-t-ks with her .1. C William? nf 12a w:-t li-fl tJaliirilny lor to join Mr. Ditil- 1'.'. anil spend tin- wintnr. Mr. Ili-niiiin Hume r.t:<l Mr. \\ II ^-i»li lYiirsoii win.' .--pent Hit' week 'lid were with their parents, re- lurned yesterday to Munllatl.lM where they are students In the Kansas State Aiirietilt Ural eol- MAJORITY SHOWED CHURCH PREFERENCE Results cf Last Week's Can- vasfl in South Hutchinson Are Announced i;ri'tary i>) Imw ti " llo 'Ml Matt*. I wn yours of Indiunn. * l.-ii i;'ivc.i]it)i pastor Smith Homu . made Strand I'liii-namo.] at party Saturday affi*r- linmV, ;t( Tl '.i Ave H In luninr of her daughter, <'nr- III h hirllnlay. Th.- al'tcr- .-P<-n: piavtnt; enin s and l.atr in tin- altwmuMi a i.-rvcd liy .Mrs. Mrs. r\ % children'.^ niHiii at hrv east Mr. a:)d Mr WVfi 22lnl si UIM'Stn this wi Tripman nf St H. Ii. William! . .1. A. uph-n of 12 •••*.( )u\vo as their )lv, Mr. ami Mr.«. M. t.ouiri. Mo., and Mrf. and daimlitfr, lCthH rnif s tlf'I.IJ w t ont*'-:; Mrthda Strand nsnisitM crvioii and Mr.- luin h .It if Mrs. Urn Pot Tayltir to th sts 15''It ih <'•"• I. Marii- H, .lull il 'T I > l.-i ltni.II.-y i;i St.Uim:"-' 'I' St.illtlKlIl .y \V;.lk.- : Van K'l' rrtj t-'H Hetty oC Fayt'tttnilU', Ark. .Mr. and Mrs. T. .1, Uyan spout the day ycRterduv in Now ton with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Uoi-khold. Thoy uoro act'om;wHUt:d horo last, ovo- ninjx by Miss Vati-ria Uookliold who wilt s|iond tliti wovk. j Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Tidd. and j daughter, Helen are expected to re- I turn tomorrow from Brook.ield. Mo., whore they have, boon visitinjr Mrs. Tidd '3 parent;-. Mr. ami Mrs .Joseph Moore. ; Kov. Hiuh t'. Crosham I of the Christian church of I Hutchinson has compiled a i floatk-n "f the results of tin ( Visitation eiinvass that. wa ; in South HtM'lilnson last Viiday. ; The population of South Hutch; insnn is Ti'tn with lis homes and ; ami enrollment of ITS children In | public schools. The uumlii-r of ! names secured In the canvass was 1 i;32 and ;)7r> of this indicated a church preference. One hundred fnrlys«yon preferred the C'hrlfitian ! church and tit the Methodist, j Those whii preferred <<'tier r.'M'i- ; ions numbered st making 21. dif| for*.ni. rtdiuinus bodies indicated- Tluve are more ilum -tin ponplu 1 in Sunday schools and children j under 11 who are not in Sunday C 1 HM.I 1 number about 111. .MONDAY, 1H'X'I''M I.5ER 1, 1924 AGGIE REUNION BY AIR ROUTE Radio to Connect Thousands of Former Students with Alma Mater Tonight. Uninlrt'U nf KnnsaF .\^Rle K(.U* ilniils In 11utfitliiami ami UIIH hoc-: thin nf the Htato will tuno In cm ' the new I'HIIPRP ratllo HtarllnK at: Manhattan KinlKlit. to hear the liig •'Aggie Night" program. Tlio pro-i Rram i« ariiingotl tn bring bad: (nj former Aggies the memories ot the many happy ilnys on the hill. I The prngiam will begin at S * o'clock with an address of wed-! niiiii) by l'resltlent Win. M. Jar- 1 din". l!ov. Jonallinn M. Dnvla will j deliver the speech of nceeptance. I The program will continue (111 mid-! nlghl and will bo participated In; by prominent students and faculty j nu'tnber.s. The college orchestra, i hand, male quartet and glee club: will offer musical selections to in- 1 tersperso the '-peppy" speeches, 'the familiar peal of the old college hell will he heard over the radio. The new radio broadcasting station at the college Is ono of the tlrst to be used for (he purpose of disseminaling a sysiematie course ii. college instruction. back nlid Bides. Hesldes being ex- tretnoly comforlahle, thoy aro verv chic. A lining and i.iiiar iitul cuffs of brilliant red velvet are seen on a black cloth coat. Mail Christmas Packages Early The post offices, (ho country over, are making every effort to j handle the forthcoming, Cbrlslmns ,' mall without congestion, according ; to Postmaster T. (I. Armour. "Orders have been Issued by the post, office department that no rural carriers shall serve their rnutc« on Christmas day, and that all postal employee!* shall cense work nt .11 o'clock that day." ev : plained Mr. Armour, "That menus, thai people must speed up their Chrntina.i shopping and mall their packages early If they want to lia ' sure tlint their presents will reach! their destination by Christmas. ] "Tile postoffice employees will ! greatly appreciate it if people will j mail their packages early.' Murk-'. ers on the packages. "Don't. Open ' Until Christinas." will be more ef- : fet'llve than if people wait to the j last minute to get their packages | started. Pnckages mailed late are more likely to be damaged or delayed." Welch's New Felt House Slippers for Ladies Dark ruse, red and hltte — Soft lea.llicr sole.-. Mostly rilibou trim- Silk pom pom—- Sizes ?i to 8. 26 N. Main ;c 1; W-.U Johnson MENUS Mr. am! Mrs. L. H. Van Ord ptrand have returned from a week's visit with friends in (lalvoston and other points in Texas and Oklahoma City, Okla. i I'. Th*- regular me»-t.nu of tin* Apollo club will b- hoid Wednesday ; fi t; rneon at (v, o-tbirty o'clock at .tonkins and Sun^ .Music store wit'i \] r-. .(. A. Myers- as h udfr. Tin- pi '^liini' • •i'i M;- .In . .Mils Mr-- J. ..Mil < M.pKal" Mr.-' Mr-, .lam* Mcl'lo-ivon oiiienjiin^d lgsi t-voninf; at dinm-r at the Uos-* room in tie- Hod-] Stanley, complimentitm: her S.JII . K'-niuth on bu- blnlida.v. The affair was in (ho form of a surprise. A \uvizv whitn birthday cake eon- torrid th'- dininc t:tbb\ inppcd with r-.-d oandlo-. V,\\\ IIOWTS addoti inrthei- in tho ,j pp>rii,tnjriit of th" i able .\ iu-r-- id.ior" -.vero marked tor the rollowiiiK ^u.-srs: M-v^rs. .,m,! .M--M i'. I.. .\\\n I A. W. l-Vini" I-" IIVJIU. Mr- «'. it. I,add ont.Miained in- r .-nnaiK Saturday i.ttornonn at h*-r hnni'i. L'l'l Tviith Ave. went, tor the uiornbers ot a bridge club of which .tn- lias often been a. i;ue>t. The afternoon was spent playing brldK f '. ;in* pri'/.'S for the hii^h seoros tru- \nii to Mrs. F. M. Haines ami Mis. Mrs. M. I.. Tho. 'pson and son, Hi Hie, have returned from KI Dorado where they spent Thanksgiving: with -Mr. uiid Mrs. Preston ; Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Howard farcy left ! lust evenini: for Kansas City. Mo. for a few days' stay. Mr. Carey will KO on to Omaha, Nebr. on business. | Mrs. Sadie flray nf Sterling !.•* horn for a two weeks' visit, with I her sister, Mrs. \V. C. Hurden of j North Main street, i Miss OIHe May Wright has re- i turned from Kansas City. Mo., ; wh* : re ph'.> wa.i tho guesl of friends 1 for several days. 1 Miss Mildred Stanley is spending I several days in Wichita, tho guest i of Mrs. CharlcR Lee Karr. TOMORROW'S EVENTS. A Hoelnl mooting uf the Hutchinson Women's club will be held at tlm home of Mrs. Frank Kearl, North Ashe street. The regular meeting of the Friend!v Neighbors club will ho hold wlih Mrs. j. j. m-iit. lUC. North Monroe street. Mrs. i-- rL .d Cooler, Mrs, .lames Leo liiek. Mrs. (1. K. fla«o and Mrs j ^.' iU| N. II. Sawyer will preside as host- j . Hir j ; esses at Ladies Day at the ('ounty j U | K |,\ .1. C. Jii'l.eriii.-. Ti-n was s,>rvwt win-n ihe c-irds wero 1-iid asido The nictiibors t»f i h'"- cluli ai o: I'tuni. .-• i!.iv siri'li r--.,l'.k •ii.lKi' >•" »• ! •-<> I*.'•"* y M flam.- ;Hii-> !:•..',[.II \- .I.-' '•• Virgin ta .ttid Maxiio' Loomi--, -even year old daughters of Mrs. iJoi'liMubj Loomlfi formerly of this city, will r.ppear Ibis wouk as one "f (.he attractions nt the Newman (hauler in Kansas City. Mo, They aru know in the theatrical world A « the Loomi.i Twin;;, ami have Just returned from a .successful 1 WtJf of Australia. Their versa- j tillty covofs singing, dancing and [ •• iiiiKatici's of lainotis :- T ace enter- j Miueiis. : I (dub. The executive beard of the League of Women Voters will meet at .• -o\''illhirtv o'clock at the home of Mrs. K. II. MeCirroll. 1'C Klev- oiit h A vi\ wesi. Tho members of tie- i.jui, \i'.' club '.i ill have a guest, day moot in : at ihe hontf ot Mrs. J. J. llrowuii*:, !2n West 1 Sth street, with Mr Wanvn White assisting. The ladies of the V. C. T. will meet with Mrs. Will Tloruff as liosl- ess at her home. 120 Twelfth Ave. east. Mrs. C. M. Davis will entertain the ladies of the Social Circle ai her home, O'JO Kast Sherman street. llreakfast — Grapefruit, cereal with top milk, crisp broiled bacon, fried liver, creamed potatoes, bran muffins, milk, coffee. Luncheon—Oyster pie. stuffed celery, Parker House rolls, currant Jelly, lemon sponge pie, tea. Children's lunch—Oyst or &tou*. oyster crackers, baked potato, hearts of celery and jelly .sandwiches, canned peaches, plniu cookies, milk. Dinner—Noodle soup, New Kneland boiled dinner, cider salad, ginger pudding, win do wheat, bread, mill; coffee. The children'^ luncheon is suggested for children under school a::e. The materials are the same that are required for tho family meal but their manipulation Is less complicated. The liver planned for the famllv breakfast should not be given *o children- under ten years of ng". ) The corned bef in th** "boiled i dinner" should not be included in I the children's meal. However, the ! sn:;;i, vegetable*, a little salad and a very little pudding supplv an nm- Pie diet. ! Oyster Pie. I One pint oysters. '2 medium sizod , bulled potatoes, 2 cups milk. 1 table- i spoon butter, cracker crumbs, 1 | cup diced lean roast port, 1 tablespoon minced parsley, salt and pepper. 1 cup flour, teaspoon salt, I tablespoon butler, 2 teaspoons baking powder, milk. Wash and drain oysters. Heat, milk and add oysters. Scald over hut water until oysters plump. Add butter and stir in enough crack- (rumbs to thicken. Season salt and pepper. Add diced left fro in t h e roa s t of Hie before. Keep hot in double Heads are anplied to this pink georgette frock in a manner that is different and finite charming. The wide bands^uboul the bottom of the skirt and' the narrower one gning up the trout is made of close ly woven fringes uf iridescent beads. There is a suggestion of a fountain in these, tiny cascades that catch the light and reflect it so delicately. The narrow scarf is worthy of interest because the smart, scarf is lengthening and becoming le?s wide. ALDEN Mrs. l'eiers returned from Newton Saturday evening where she has been visiting her brother who was operated on in the hospital last Wednesday, llo is getting! n !.'.?!r.^'' C ' i '„.! 1 "''!'! i al0 »K ii,w "" j Mr. Winters hail his sale i Ruturiiay. A good crowd was ! present and the goods sold very : well. Ham Frederick has been shell- i ing corn for Marion fcHeinnietz ami . Ciem Ward. (Iramlnla Brown has been sick i and unable to be up much, the , last week. Carl Moser is spending his Ta! cation on the farm. He is topping J and threshing his African millet, i The show -which has been at : the gym for three night: is at- j trading some interest with the Kansas Wonder Girl, who seems j to be a psychic expert. Tho funeral of Mrs. Louisa Van i noy, age I'e years, was held At a i country church near Arlington on ! Friday. She had made her !:-irne j with her daughter, Mrs. Hraulny : Tor the last seven years. Rev, i Grosdidier had charge of tho i services. Rev. Wlllmlng went to .Marion : Ivans., to spend Thanksgiving with j his little daughter. Mrs. Maud Smith had a family ] reunion on Thanksgiving, with the ; children and their families that I were present also Mr, and Mrs. AI I Conley. making in all Si who ate j dinner together. Eunice Abbott came borne from boiler. Slice potatoes, into a well! CHURCH NEWS. Mr. ami taine.l al ti :l ill line M r. Mrs. Iv A! eii- home, nnr of lb and Mr:-. t inn- i-nter- .'-! First Ave. ir aunt and ' chui'i h will Hubert Glint- \ nu.jn at the y.-'i- of Tribune. Add itlulia! guests were Mr. and .Mrs.'Oilo ('line and inn. Calvin. Mr. anil Mrs. V. H. .laeUion and Mr anil Mrs. l'lojd .'-I. .lachsi'ii and ii:nu:hter. Frances. Mr. U'. .1. Harper of Waum c.u.O.. M'ho ha.i been visiting his aunt, Mis. C. II. Han nf 22S Ninth West, bit yesterday witii Mrs. Hart tor Wellington. Ivans., and Mnskngee. okla.. where Ihey will viiit wlih .'•Irs Han's daughter:-. .Mrs. c. W. Stanley and Mrs. Charles Mat-key have issued i-atil> inr a one o'clock luncheon. Th i:-. day al the Korabaugh-Wilej Tea Kcnn :.i.'t bridge ;tt tin- s;atm-y • i.liln-.-, 10' West 1'lst street. The Women's Missionary so- ei-ty of the First Evangelical meet Thursday after- home of Mrs. Howard Harris of -JO( Kleventh Ave. west. The Willing Work the Zinn Lutheran meet ai the bom Cantwell of til Fas Tuesday for an a!! with a covered d'sli noon. ot s circle of church will Mrs. G. W. 17th street, day meeting luncheon at and Mis. Charles M.-llaniuI .-."tub I'nplar street had as tinir dinner IMH-MS Mr. ami .Mrs. Chunk lone Mason and Mr SI. Joseph, Mn. las:, evening, : Kclun Shlplev, Miss • 11. Dassing nli The Ladies Aid of the /jinn ; Lutheran church wiii meet for an all day session Wi due, iluy a: ;a ! church. Thi' social coaintittei ; will have ciuir-e of tint lunch ; which will lie served at noon anil ; teti for the afternoon session. • Division Xo. 1 of the Ladies.' Aid , society of the First Methodist ; church will have a called nteetln:; i 1 1 morrow afternoon at two-ihirty ! o'clock at. the homo of Mrs. James illt! Ave. A east. . r. am At i .- Milje ,- W. tin ir . tilUl'es will b" "1-1, il'lllier ^(lests L. Crown this even luillle -l^j Kh-veuth PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. St. Teresa's Guild will meet! Thursd-ay at the home of Mrs. K. : T. Foole. ;'i2 Fifth Ave. east with Mr.-. T. A. Fry nr. the assisting lliw ti ... School Board Meets ', j The board of education wilt uici j tonight In regular monthly session.; i The. hoard only meets regularly j once a month, the first. Monday if: 1 each month. '•• buttered baking dish. Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with p. rsley. Four over 2 tablespoons, milk. Add oyster mixture and cover with a dough made by rubbing the butler into the flour mixed and sift, d with salt and baking powder. Cut in milk with n knife a soft dough. Roll on molding board to tit the baking dish and cut two deep gashes through center of dough. Hake tweniy or thirty minutes in a rather hot oven. Stuffed Celery. Celery. 1 package cream cheese, salt, and pepper, paprika, cream, cup finely chopped nuts, 4 tablespoons minced green pepper. Wash and dry celery. Work cheese smooth with enough cream 10 make moist. Add salt and pep| per and enough paprika to color tne mixture. Add nuts and minced 1'opper and work smooth. Fill celery stalks with mixture and put in a cold place to chill. The nuts will absorb some of the salt so the cheese should be well seasoned. Serve two or three stalks on a silled plate. It the celery is very tall c-;t Hie s'-r s i" I--'' to . '''he ceb'i'v is eaten with a salad fork. 11 v.,..right i;i2-l NKA Service, Inc.) REVIVAL OPENED AT CALVARY U. B. CHURCH ! Kov. W. T. Snyder, pastor of the; Calvary 1'nlted llrethren church opened a revival last evening in 1 bis church. Mrs. Ivlini?man, aj graduate of Mood's School of j Music in Chicago, will he pianist,; sulnist and personal worker du,--i iim the revival .and Mrs. Oscar, IJattin of Newton will have charge j uf the sinking. Mis.-. Ruth Randall will slug :i j solo at tin.- services tonight and i the ladies quarki of the Menonite ; church will sing tomorrow night. Coats, where she Is teaching in the high school. Galen and Mrs. Abbott drove down Wednesday afternoon and brought Eunice back with them. Don Mitchell was home over hist Sabbath from Wichita. He says he to make , uKes the banking business fine. He floured j, taking business training at night school. Hev. Bryan of the Baptist church will begin a revival meeting Sunday night. Tho meeting will run up to Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Slinson of Wilson spent tho vacation with Win, Me- Grew. Rev. and Mrs. Hortou were guests at the Mulr home Friday. KILLED IN ACCIDENT WORKING IN TEXAS. Dodge City, Dec. 1—C'has. Or baugh. of Dodge City, who was killed in an accident at Kerrville Texas, where he was working, was laid at rest in the cemetery here yesterday afternoon, his body having been brought home for interment. THE DAILY RECORD Deeds, P. ,T. l.tonitrniror to Ai>m T Miltrr, tUiilica St. John i" T'.sth-T S, : f!u^h*>.-i T S fi t<»is 1": Mi. Sli'M-iuaii ' rft Kayi iluti-tiinsHfi M.' 1 ". C. 1,. Chi'fflu-o in John ?.!. and \>Ut" M. V'[< korson. lots 7 S !• h\i 1 Kan* ]J*r ail.t lliurhinsnn *l.t>o. K. M. Hamilton to 11, W. NU • of NK'i, 2t-23-i fj.U'1, i Dirlhi. Mi- and ^trs. Hurry S. ,tt«.-lifui.-5. i ."-1 V'irsi avenue cast. a. rtauuhttr. : Nov. ;i0. at St. V'.Uzahfitti's liospiinl. ' • Suits Filed In District Court. fVt'iit Amorioiin l.lfo Insurant'" C*-i. vs. V. H. Sotlen anil Claude rerUins, i .suit on in.ite. ! Clivat Ami?r!r:in T.!fc Insula!!. C». vs. W. H. Sotieu ural Jlcrman Ilontr.. «n11 i.>ri note. Uri-nt Ainorloan 1J.t<- Tn^urani^ Cn. 1 vs*. W. II. Sodvn iml J. Mi'BrMi-. suit on notiv tiront American Lir» lusurfirit* (V) v.*. ^\•. ]T. Sodrn Jiiid \V:.yno ).. Perry, .suit on note. f.irt'-nt American t,tf^ Insurance C-i. v.«. H. Soden and Oeo. JJunilpt*, suit on note. Win, .1. lt:an.*tlti* ^•"!. U. Itrid.-e. for".-!i.sure on tn'irtuagt'. Marrlaoe Licenses, Uud.-ipii M. Krehbel. *_L'. C.i--tl."..n, , .ami Knima Grabor, 1'.'. Pn'tty Prairie. IC.ir'; ('. Rayl. 21. Hutchinson, anil Mlltlrod Wray. 13, Huichln»on. ALLPHIN IN PUtPIT AT HARMONY CHURCH A. s. Allphin chaplain at the leformatory preached the sermon last night at the Harmony Baptist j church S miles fiouth of Hntchin- ' son in the absence of tho pastor, Rev. H. (J. Phillips who was invited to deliver an address at the Baptist church at Pratt. The "Martha" No Boiling No Rubbing with our modern soft water method, making your clothes actually last longer than those washed by home methods. Try us on your next Washing. ]V ^odelT<aindry DRY CLEANERS 17-29 Wi \st Second "Whlkr BoehmMj}* PHONE 44 KNOCKED UNCONSCIOUS BY SIDE OF BEEF. While standing on the loading! dock Saturday afternoon, Hurley; R. Senders, an empbyee of the; Me.Arthur packing company, was • struck in the back with a side of beef moving along on the conveyor, and knocked uncoin-eious. He was brought to n physician and examined for broken bu.ies and internal Injuries, but tinuo was found. This makes the third time that Sanders lias suffered from an ac- ci'dent. caused by dead beef. Xmas Slippers 85c NO. MAIN „'V N'SI /.«'?/ -V FASHION TIPS A black velvet sown with a circular skirt and a straishfline over- hiou.^e fastens at the cellar and the •waistline with many hows ami loop* ot hlack velvet rihbou. Oue of the most striking dreason for street is of hoitje vidveteen with bauds of corded ribhoii the panic shade for trimmfut:. Feather borders are profenvtl to fur hands on the delicate toned eveninc trowns. They Ki v »- a lighter, more airy efie-'t. A lovely suit of pray duvotyn has a Ions straight coat lined with silver cloth. White furs are smart for day ami ; evening clothes. Krmine, on hlack velvet is very much the vogue. Beuded'yelvets, satins and crepes \ have returned to favor and are j fieen in large numbers at the opera 1 and the smart restaurants. Did You Ever Say "the movies hurt my eyes?" No they don't. It'* your eyes. Have them examined. You may need glasses. H. S. Z1NN, Optometrist The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The House of Quality. Henr.'Zlnn Jno. P. Birchfleld G ET thr best Grafiam Crackers by looting for the name "llJnecda." Then you will get real nourishment and goodness. Their lightness, their crispness and their delicious nut-like %vof will appeal to you. At your grocer's in packages or by the pound. Uneeda Graham Crackers M*. as. nt»fr, RAILROAD TIME TABLE SANTA FE Westbound Trains Arnvwi Gray velvet or satin is preferred to hlack for evening gowns by mature women. Sports coats of heKv kasha cloth handed with fur of exactly the same color are .-hown in the smartest shop?. 1—The Scoia .... Ii—Calif Utniti-J 5—Colo. Kxprt'sx 7—r arijo I-Jxpresa 9—Tho N.ivnjfj .. 11—Colo. Past .Mail Cr>—f^oc;!] Pass Local Paws, PaasonKt .T 07 a;'Ja pm 3:no pm 4:45 am 'I'.u't am .... 4 ;1G pm (Kx Sun.) K:SQ am Depart t T-tth dk | ir.U mn 6:ft0 pm i S;b's ynr, ! 4:f>U air \ 3:»«an 1 4-liO pm S yrltt air : 0:00 am ' The n.-west for stn circular t and sport in front and 4y—Ii &. H Pas?. {.South) Eastbound Trains No. Arrivus ; 2—The Navajo ...12;45prn ! -1—Calif. l.tiniU-d ..^U.Spm , jtan icttlarly | tj—-chlcayu t:.\. .. ,ll:3& am ii:*onu costumes are 1 8-Santa^ t-V '-S M ...U:2U pm U:3Upn the I • 1 ~ Tht! hoout SifiSam pL-parU ' 12:&U pm : '*:'ih pn ! plHln at. Aunt Sjirnh Mnv fin, T"C»! 12—K i'. Flyer 12:25,um 12-4U mn i;t',—Loral Pass 12:i!>pm ruu pn CS — PiiBti'-nst-r 10:10 pm 10-20 prr Local PIIHS a:40 pm ex. Sun. 50—Jt -t S Pass.... 2:20 pin No. 7 doi'-s not carry passengers. Th. of I. h::-ky Iran, cotiri. Settle Litigation. civil cast' in district court i -'miili vc:>,u« Max Pogos- wlrch was n «uit on i on- : hay hoen settled out of • Keep in mind the bazaar of the ; Kii-nt M. R f'huivh Ladies Aid, itec. ."dh. A fin" place to huy Xmas ; iSo ROCK ISLAND. Eaatbound. -Golden State Limited. ! 2—California!) 1 312—Local Pas.'jongror Westbound , No. 3—Goldf-n finite Limited j—-California!! 311—Loctl PaHMiifjer Kl—i^oca' Fri'ig-ht SO—Local KrclL'hc LlOpUltK .11:00 am . 1 »*•;»£> pir. . a:."^ am L>t'part«. . 3:40 Prr . b:uti am . ii:3U pm .12:45 mn 12-40 PIT So. 443113— i 'JO- ,N r o. 114— 444- MISSOURI PAC1F"*. Westbound. I •Passenger -FiisseiiKtw -Local Fr^Ujht Eaatbound. Paitsenger PasseiiK'T • Local Preight .. 3:12 pm ..11:45 air Departs 1:07 prr. .. 3:12 r-m , .10:03 am NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "Uneeda Batons" EVERETT'S E The Best At The Lowest Prices | Meats—Groceries—Fruits—Vegetable* Headquarters for Christmas Candies, Nuts, Oranges, Apples, Decorations and Christmas Trees. Do you eat Biscuits, Waffles, Hot Cakes, and other ouch cold weather foods? We have your favorite spread. The best clear white clover Honey, Country Sorghum, Jelly, Jam Preserve*, Pure Maple Syrup, Corn Syrup, Rock Candy Syrup, Mixed Syrups, and all well known brands. Scudder's Log Cabin, Lee, Faust, Kopke's, Dickinson's Montro. Free Delivery, Orders of $2.00 or more. Syrup Prices This Week Scudders Syrup, Maple and Cane, qt., 59c 10-lb. Pail Golden Syrup 59c 10-lb. Pail White Syrup .65c Pint Jug Pure Maple Syrup 35c 2i-lb. Can Pure Sorghum 35c Virginia Sweet Pan Cake Flour 10c White Clover Honey, Pint 39c Solid Pack Tomatoes 3 cans .25c This week only. 4 lb Box Grflum Crackers.45 (Regular 60c value, and are fresh) 4 Seam Brooms .35c Higar Cured Hams lb. .18c 48 lbs. Hern's Flour . .$1.80 i Rcasted Peanuts, lb... .15 48 lbs. United Flour .. 2.15 j Qt. Jar Mustard 25 1 lb. Pink Salmon, can .181 Saniflush, 2 cans 45 ARKAIMSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN L.eav I.oi'itl ... i;:-'iam : Lm-al ... 7M.i mn i Limited . 'j-rm am l.iidul .. .1 U :*.';i tun Air. ttiul .Mrs. J-'. )•;. Krtliiiim nf llu i-nlli \wiyl had ; IH tlioir jnieMs over Die v.wl i.-nil. All.;. William IJi.-Btier JIIHI sou, llilllr-. Ulu Jjlijalntlt Hedmoij, ol Baling,! Tin' L-.itlii-:. Aid ni' iii.s KUvl riii 'lKl.iiut flitirt'li will lmvc a hitz.tar TIII'MIIIV , Do.. 1, mill will titirvo u fliicdeu iliiiiit'r ami buko'.l liuiit fcupjifr. Tlic imbllc is invltHil i uiriH I 'fVt.i al 1 I ili .'ill til ll It'll SO. (I I nn IT Mil. Asli in noi usotl for firOtvtitKi in lfflaiitl bouiiiise lliu nativpH bullovti Hint thrsi; \\Iti> Bit around such u lire will become cue-inles. Otcy Walker, director of public safety in Knoxville, Term., has sent his three policewomen of( to Washington for intensive training under Mrs. Nina Van Winkle, In charge of the capital's "copettes." Here they arc to right, they ore Miss Anette E, Steele, Miss Kath- trine Dooley and Mrs. Daisy McLlnn.. Now the other Otey Walker, famous In the "Old Home Town," it planning to se,mj. Aunt Sarah Peabody down for • similar course. ' Limited, .lli-t Local .. Limited. Local ... Limltcil. Local .. Local .. Limited. Local L-Jia I Local Local Llmltc Local nm | Limited litiii pm i Local . •J:;u urn i Limited It> pm 1 Local . 4:2« mn I Limited E:15 nm Local . ii:- i pin | Local 1:M IHil j Limited :l: l.i pir. Local . 11:4H nm I Local Ai rlv , K-:i. r i pir .. ln:lia an .ll:?U air. , .r .'--1. R . pir . l-A!> pin .. H'UU pm . -\:ia pm .. r. pm . C.:1X pm .. ?::::» pm .. v :lll pn- . 'JiMl PIT ..llilib pir 1 :'-t<l am All trains arc Pally Tultls atid nr through trains l.clwoelt l-lutchnr-jon and. Wichita, and all u-ulna maltu m- roct conni'ctioiia at Van Aradalo lor Newton, Kan, 1 lb. Red Salmon, can 1 lb. Sock Eye Salmon, can Onions, 13 lbs Large Bottle Ketchup .25 i Drano, 2 cans .45 .33 .49 i .25 This Week Only No 2 Pineapple a Broken SHces ...m£t\I Toilet Paper j . „ 10 Lar Re 10c rolls crepe 65c Le WI s Lye, 2 car. Z5c innn ci . Q Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans Z5c 1000 Sheets t.ssue, 9; Lisht H ouse Cleanser . .05c r °" s Mixed Candy, lb 15c Sunmaid Raisins, Z pkgs 25c > Bright Yellow Grape Cranberries, qt 15c Fruit 05 Quart Queen Olives .. .49c California Grapes, 2 lbs. 25c

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