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Harry Turck wag a visitor from El Jinwood Sunday. Dr. McCamtey was a Holsington Sunday. visitor from Leo Chapman, is visiting in Kaor ,sas City this week. Earl Trout has returned from a bus iness trip to Colorado. W. P. Vrbeck was in Wednesday from the north county lioe. J. J. Moraa was a business visi tor In, Hutchinson Monday. .Mrs Louis Zutavern visited friends in. Hutchinson Sunday. with Tom White was a business visitor from Eureka township Tuedsay. .. Hugh Newklrk was in town Wed nesday from the "12 Mile" ranch. . Wall .Dodge made ai business trip to Arlington th first of the week. ( A. Schwager and daughter were in the city from Hoisington Tuesday. Peter Brack, of Olmitz, was in the county seat on business yesterday. . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith visited with friends in Hutchinson Sunday. Adam iKrause was in Wichita a couple of days this week on business. ..Miss Blanche Worden is visiting with friends in Hoisington this week. Mrs. J. H. Cheney visited with rel atives and friends in Chase Monday. Fred Wolf was a business visitor from the west side Wednesday morn ing. G. H. Ernsting, of Ellin wood was in the county seat on business Mon day. Warren Baker was 111 and confin ed to the house Monday and. Tues day. Henry Born has returned from his fall buying trip to, the eastern mar kets. Roy Carrier Is visiting with rela tives and friends in Cimarron' this week. lrs. Marts Swift is visiting with relatives and friends in Hutchinson this week. . Mrs. Lillian IRediger went to Hutchinson, Tuesday for a visit with friends. Mrs. Theo. Mencer and daughter Returned last week from a visit in Colorado. Mi.s lixsi Buckland came in from Topeka Sunday for a visit with home lolks here. A flue, baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr of this city last Friday. Mrs. W. A. Brown has returned from a visit with relatives and friends 'ia Missouri. Miss Martha Gaelman visited with her sister, Mrs. Ferd Isern, In Ellin wood Tuesday. . Bobbie Mc Mullen and Karl Wem mergremiare visiting in Newton with Mrs. Jack Davi6. J. J. Anthony was in Sterling Sun day for a visit with bis daughter, Mn Charles Daeneer. Dr. W. F. Lipphardt was in Gar den City on professional business few days last week. C. A. Hooper, Prof. Senjter and John Thompson were in Lyons Wed neaday om business. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shapland were ever from Hoisington this week for a" visit with friends. Misa Dora Johnson is here, from Hutchinson for a visit; with her sis ier, Mrs. Claude Crowley. . Tom' Goodwin returned Wednesday . evening from a visit of a few days with friends in Hutchinson. . Miss Gertrude Lobdell returned on Tuesday from a visit of several days .with friends in Hutchinson. George! Scheufter was looking af ter business matters in - Hutchinson on Wednesday of this week. .Mr. and Mrs. Ora Sowle, of this city, are the parents of a handsome baby boy, born on Monday. Mrs. Aug. Christiansen went to Bel pre the first of the week for a visit with relatives amd friends. Mr. and Mrs.. Will GageknanJr. vis ited, with relatives and friends in eiaflia and vicinity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitcombe, of Dodge City, were here Sunday for a wisit with, relatives and friends. Adam Krause returned yesterday from Wichita where he attended a three days meeting of the Retail Shoe Dealers Association of Kansas. Clyde Moore was looking after bus iness matters and visiting in Hutch inson on Tuesday of this week. Iioyd Abbott came In from Hutch inson t(he first of the week for a vis it with hie aunt Mrs. Bert Luse'. Otto Soeken. was here from. Ellin wood Monday, looking after business matters and visiting with friends. Mrs A. Rodenberg was in from, Dundee Saturday on a shopping trip and for a short visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Woalman were down from LaCrosse this week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Born Father 0 'Sullivan, of Holsington, and Father Daveru of Chase, were visiting in the. city last Thursday ev ening. Frank Pile was here from Hutchin son, last Friday on & business trip and for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. E. Pugh, of Nebraska City, Neb., is here for a couple of weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. H. Giffin. P. E. Frayer, of Ness county was in the city this week looking for feed or pasturage for a bunch of cattle which he owns. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newcombe vis ited with their son, Arthur New combe and family at Burrton Satur day and Sunday Tom Clayton and son-in-law, H. E. Eddy, Dad Seward and Will Towns- autoed to ILyons to take in the ball game Tuesday. Mrs. Willis Hamilton and daughter are here from Hutchinson for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har vey Johnson and family. Richard Williams and grand-son Richard Watts, went to SpearviUe on Saturday for a visit wth Mr. and Mrs. John Lowery and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Yancy were over from Eureka township Tuesday for a visit with their many friends and to look after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stort, of Oar- rolL county, Mo., came in last week for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Henry Drehle, of Buffalo township, David PlankerJhorn returned to Ms home at Garden City Saturday after a visit here with his brother Louis Plankenhorn and family of the south side. Mrs. W. F. Honnen and daughter, Miss Beulah DuMont, were in Lar ned Tueettay to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Wm. DuiMont, a rel ative. Mr and Mrs John Pascoe, of Helz er, are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy at their home last Thursday. It's now Grandpa Paul Pascoe, If you please. Wilmer Holmes returned last week 'nun Colorado where he had accom panied the Short Grass Motorcycle dub on their tour a few weeks ago, He visited In different points m Col '.rado while on the trip and before liis return here spent a week visit ing with his parents at Douglas, Kan sas. C. F. Jordan, salesman for the Grovier Produce Co., came in Satur day morndng from a couple of weeks business trip In Colorado and reports that business has been very good In his line. Earl Fney left Saturday morning for Chicago, where he has accepted a position with a stock company as actor and where the family will lo cate. Mrs. Frey and baby and sis ter, Miss Elsie TroUiet, will Join him there as soon as he secures a house Rev. J. B. Coombs, of Danville Ills., has been secured by the Chris tian church for three weeks evangel istic work, starting In November. Rev. Coombs is an' evangelist of na tion wide repute and the church is to be congratulated upon securing his services. Crahley Allison took a party con sUtlng of R. A. Charles, D. A. Ban ta, George Banta and Wm. Osmond, to Lyons on Tuesday to witness the bail game. The trip was a "frost" in some respects as the home team allowed the game to get away from them after having It sewed up in the first chapter. Added to this they had a bad puncture on the streets of Lyons and a T)low out" near ElHn- wood on the way home. Karl Kunwner, a former resident of this city, bow working as a car repairer for the Santa Fe at Dodge CRy, was injured one day the. first of the week by having a train start up while he was at work under one of the cars, spraining his left foot quite badly. He was at once taken to the Santa Fe hospital at Topeka and is said ta be getting along in fine shape now. E. Grovier returned Monday from business trip to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sohaefer have movd from South Kansas avenue to a property in the east part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holmes re turned Tueeda evening from Iowa, here they have been visiting rel atives. Marriage license was granted Aug. ltb to Charles Koch age 22 and iola Hill age 16. Both of Ellin- ood. Mr. and Mrs. John zotn were, over from the north side Saturday on a stopping trip and for a visit witn friends. Miss Villaire Miller returned to tier borne in Durdette the first of the, week after a visit here, with the, Misa e$ Brandt Dr. and Mrs. Marion Russejl were in Ellinwood last Wednesday even ing, the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Mil ton Bosse. Miss Helen Hayes returned the first of the week from a visit of sev eral weeks with relatives and friends at WinfieU Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gunn, and the .Misses Crace and May Gunn, vis ited with relatives anid friends in Lamed Sunday. Art Dick left on Tuesday evening for Independence, Mo., where his mare. Vlda, M., Is entered in the races this week. Wilbur Johnson returned to hia home in Lamed Saturday after a vis it here with his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Will Deal and daugh ter, Flora, left the first of the week for an outing of a few weeks in var ious points in Colorado. Mrs. A.G. Bortz was called toWkh ita on Monday of this week by message announcing the death of a niece, Miss Maggie Bye. George Trump and Will Klmpler were up from Ellinwood Sunday to attend the ball games and for a vis- it with their many friends. Miss Edna Cassiday is taking a va cation from Dr. Stlnson's office and is visiting with her uncle, Dan Con verse and famlly.on the farm. Wm. Elkmelr, formerly a resident of this county, was here on business Tuesday. He now lives near Gar field and farms extensively. Mr. and Mrs. Geeorge Duom and family were down from Heizer Thurs day on a shopping trip amd for a vis it with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Horn return ed to the Soldiers Home at Dodge City last week after a visit of few days with friends here. To the lovers of a good picture show it will be good news that they will be able to see a first class show at Ellinwood Sunday night Do not fail to be there. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Strong and Mrs. Marr went to Lyons via the Santa Fe on Tuesday to see the ball game. Mrs. Marr had the pleasure of seeing her husband make one of the longest home run hits ever made on the Lyons diamond. Mrs. Jaennette Johnson is assist ing her. father, CharleB Dodge, fa his office during the vacation of Miss Clara Vollmer, who to spending couple of weeks with friends at Cas cade, Colo. Miss Vollmer will spend the balance of a month's vacation with her brother, Ed, in Chicago. Edward Johnson and C arson Stark are over ia the Salt Marsh country this week looking after a bunch of about 100 head of cattle which they have on pasture there. The pastures are drying up, and what to do with the stock Is a problem which they axe trying to solve. Lot Ewalt and family were in. Wed nesday from the farm ten miles south on a shopping and visiting trip. Lot sayB since he was in a week ago the dry hot weather- has finished up what little prospect there was for corn. Bewteen his place and town it Is all dried up and same Is falling over. Besides this, most all of it is entirely stripped of foliage by the hoppers. In his neighborhood, that has not previously known a complete corn failure in thirty years, there are a few spots which will make a small amount of corn. He has 15 acres, out of SO, which has some fairly good ears on it He brought in some nice roasting ears, and says some of his fodder is too green to cut CASTORIA lor Infants and CMldrea. The KfciYuEaTiAbapE: Bears the Senators Mrs. Anna L. Qulnn, and daughter. Cora, were ia Hutchinson this week making arrangements for Ms3 Cora to enter the Salt City Business Col lege. Mrs. W. W. Wlnstead has returned to her home at Great Bend after a visit with her son.George Wrnstead, and Mrs. Winstead, of North Wal nut. Hutchinson New. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weirauch' came up from the farm near Radium last Friday and visited until Satur day with relatives and friends here. Henry received somewhat of a, black eye in his farming operations this year. He had only about 800 bush els of wheat off a half section of land, and his corn and feed crops are total failures, the corn hardly be ing fit for fodder. Henry says that the pastures dowa that way are all dried up amd he has to stay pretty close to home to see that his cat tle do not break out and get into a aaair corn patch, as a number o cows have, been lost in this. way. He has already purchased a couple of crs oi oaiea nay, paying jm per ton for the. same, and will probably have to buy more before the winter Is over. SAYING TIME QN IRONING DAY Housewife of Today Has Many Con veniences That Were Quits Un known to Her Mother. The ease of Ironing depends greatly on the height of the Ironing board bo that It U a great advantage to have a board that can be raised or lowered at will. A sleeve board Is of course necessity. Many, If not all, of the "soft pieces" can be as well done by the mangle as by the Iron, and with a great saving of time and strength. There are several good designs of flat irons. The adjustable handle, asbestos filled, does away with the holder and heat under the hand, and a gas or electric attachment does away with the fire altogether. When electricity and gas are both lacking there still remains the iron with, a tiny tank of denatured alcohol. This iron is especially handy for doing pressing in one's own room, either at home or In a boarding house or hotel. Attractive Garnishes. Little pink curls of shrimps garnish fish attractively when laid In circles or half circles with small bunches of parsley between each. Tomato or green pepper cups made by scooping out these vegetables In cup form with or without a handle across the top transfigure a plain lettuce salad that is secured within them. Game may be decorated with red currant Jelly cut In wee cubes, or stars of tart or ange with little bunches of parsley be tween. Green foliage makes the best decoration for fresh fruit. Protection for Clothes In Trunk. To prevent your clothes from becom ing rumpled during a Journey, put brass screw hooks In both ends of your trunk, midway from corners, the first about three Inches from the bottom, and with that space between place as many as Ihe height of the trunk will allow. Place coats snd skirts on hangers, and put the hangers on the hooks. Tack pieces of tape, two on each side, to serve the same purpose as straps In a suitcase. Fruit 8oup. Put four pints of cold water Into a saucepan, add half a cupful of washed prunes, half a cupful of sliced apples, half a cupful of seeded raisins, half a cupful of currants and a small piece of cinnamon stick. Boll gently until the fruit is tended, replacing the water as It boils away. Rub it through a sieve. Add two tablespoonfuls of vinegar, sweeten to taste and thicken with It '.wo tablespoonfuls of sago or oat meal. Easy Dinner. Place suet In kettle; when hot put In pot roast, let brown, add salt and pep per and one pint boiling water. Have a flreless cooker made with a box lined with newspapers. Place your Settle In It Have your vegetables snd lotatoes started to boll; place In the box, pack tight with newspapers. Leave home and be' gone all day and your dinner Is cooked In time. Linoleum for Kitchen Table. All kitchen tables receive constant ind hard wear. Without a cover they soon become badly stained. Inlaid floor linoleum Is Ideal because It will stand heat, stains of all kinds and hard knocks. It cleans easily and the pattern stays fresh for years. Drying Thickens Blankets. After washing blankets, snd they have dried, beat them thoroughly with an ordinary carpet beater. This makes the wool light and soft again, and gives a new appearance. TRADE MORAL Trying to win girl's love by taking her aunt buggy riding is like an attempt to do business without adver tising. The aunt enjoys the buggy ride, but it. doesn't heir your cause with the girl Ttu merchant who wants to wir the home folks' trade will wir if he plugs persistency through Ladies' Bathing Suits Wings and Shoes Mohair and Twill Bathing Suits We have received a small assortment of Ladies' Bathing Suits made of dark blue mohair and twill suiting. Trim med in bias folds of blue and white sateen, sizes 32, 38 and 4a Prices: Mohair Suits $3.50 Twill Suits $2.50 Swimming Wings A small lot of swimming wings, good to learn the stroke, guaranteed to hold up 250 pounds, get a pair and learn to swim Price 25c The Exclusive Ladles Store PELLAGRA CAUSED DEATH. Wichita, Kans., Aug. 13 Pellagra, caused either by eating bread made from damaged corn or by the bite of an insect resulted In the death of Maggie Beye, 17 year old daughter of A. F. Beye, at a hospital here to. Aprll from the home of Mrs. Clara taken to the hospital five weeks ago, where physicana have been fighting the disease wthout result. Two years ago a sister of Maggie died from the peculiar disease. Mag gie Beye suffered a light attack of it In 1912. She came to Wichita in day. She became ill in May and was Wallace, a sister, at Larned, and be came ill shortly after her arrival. Cuticle fell from her ta lare amounts, and her color changed from white to dark red, but she did not suffer men tal disorders characteristic of the dis ease. Mrs. Charles Carey and children, who have been visiting with rela tives and friends here for some time, left Wednesday morning for a visit in McPherson before returning to their home in Peabody. Funeral Prices Reduced Independent of all Trusts. Broadcloth Caskets Sold Elsewhere at $65, Our Price $35 Complete, All others In Proportion. Large Variety to Select from. Open lor Inspection. No charge lor Chapel or Attendance. We save yon from $30 to $90 on Funerals. Goods and Services Guaranteed. Adulls Couch Cascket re- Adults Couch Caskets re- P f S1 !or p 5125 lor $60 Embalming regular.... 25 lor 12 Embalming regular.... 25 lor 12 Funerilcar - 10 lor 8 Funeral car... 1Q fer g Saving $85 $185 lor 100 Saving $80 $l60lor$80' Adulls Caskets regulir...$85 lor $45 Broad CUh Casket $65 lor $35 EmWming..... 25 lor 12 Embalming regular 25 lor 12 Funeral ear - 10 It 8 Funeral car ... !Qfor g Saving $55 $120 lor $65 Saving $45 $100 lor $55 Adults Casket regular...$40 lor $25 Child's Casket regular $12 lor $ 8 EWming 25 lor 12 Embalming - 25 for 12 Funeral Car 10 lor 8 Funeral car JQ fa 8 Saving $30 $75 for $45 Saving $19 $47 lor $28 We Give the Best of Stories ard Prorrpt Attention with fnll EauiomenL Thft sam rsrofnl '. T r least expensive funeral that INDEPENDENT UNDERTAKING CO. 1407 Mala Street, Phone No. 9 C. W. Davis, Phone 158 Black Bathing Shoes One lot Bathing Shoes made of black canvas, cork soles, both the low pumps and the high lace shoe. Pumps 25c pair Shoes 50c pair IJV Great Bend Mrs. Frances Roahen and sister. Miss Louise Moses, left Tuesday even ing for Trinidad, Colo., for a viait with their brother, Rube Moses Jr. After a vfclt of a few weeks there. they will leave for California, where Misa Louise will attend college in, San Jose the coming winter and Mrs. Roahen will go on to her home in Washington. Mrs. C. H. Peters left for Cam bridge tine first of the week for a visit with relatives and friends be fore returning to her home In Beau mont, Texas. Mrs, Peters has been visiting with friends here for . the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Breinard, of Mulberry, Kansas, were here this week for a visit of a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Savage. Mr. Breinard is In the moving picture business' and is the. State Register of the moving Picture League. He and, his wife are an auto tour through Kansas and Colorado and were Join ed by Mr. and Mrs. Savage for a trip of a week to Denver and other Colorado points. .v.mt ancmion to the we give to the most fWiy J. B. Willis, 251 Green H1 I V If, .1', ? 1 -. 1 1 4" thesi columns.