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The Arma Record from Arma, Kansas • 3

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MICKIE SAYS BOSS SANS IT USTA DE TH' FASHION RUN 'READ 1H LINES IN TH' BUT HE RECKONS IF TH ADS GIT ANY MORE INTERESTING, HELL HAFTA START ASKIN' FOLKS READ TH' NEWS LOCAL NEWS ITEMS G. R. Gilmour was a Pittsburg visitor Sunday evening. E. J.

Laqua was a business visitor in Pittsburg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hislop visited friends in Franklin Sunday. Mrs.

Mitchell and daughter visited with Mrs. Thos. Griffiths, Sunday. 20 per cent. off on all Straw Hats at Rodda-Mackie D.

G. Clothing Co. The M. E. Ladies Aid Society will meet next week with Mrs.

Ben Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Ben McKee motored to Columbus Sunday to visit her parents. Miss Gladys Webb of Girard visited with Miss Allie Winningham, Sunday.

M. B. Zollars and wife of Pittsburg visited his father J. H. Zollars Sunday.

Ernest and Vera Carazza of Mineral are visiting their sister, Mrs. Light foot. Miss Florence Gilmonr visited in Scammon, Sunday, with relatives and friends. Clyde Ryan of Cherokee was visit- ing friends of Arma, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs.

Thomas Griffiths visited at the home of her mother in Mineral, last week. Frank Wilson is working at Brazilton this week, repairing threshing machinery. C. W. Morgan has just finished painting his residence and added to its appearance.

Mrs. Ben Cobb and children and Mrs. Joe Oyler spent Tuesday afternoon in Pittsburg. Mrs. John Moore received word Tuesday morning, of the death of cousin in Pittsburg.

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS A. H. T. A. No.

322, Three Day Picnic Sept. 23, 24, 25 M. W. Siple was down from Engle vale. Tuesday for a short visit with relatives and old friends.

L. E. Coles was over from Girard Tuesday looking after business matters at the telephone office. Ora Watson is the proud owner of a new Overland 4 automobile, purchased at the Home Garage. Mr.

and Mrs. G. M. Bell of Picher, Oklahoma are visiting Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas Griffith this week. Mrs. W. A. DeLapp will leave Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs.

Steve Davis, at Henrietta, Oklahoma. Chas. Redland and wife and Louie Peterland of Kansas City, visited W. E. Oakes and wife last week.

All 90c Voiles now and special price on all Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists at Rodda-Mackie's. Mrs. Sarah Quimley returned last Monday from a two week's visit with friends in the Ozark country of Mo. Mr. and Mrs.

Tom Barker began housekeeping this week in the Kendig property on West Washington St. FOR SALE-1 good Jersey Cow and 1 Oil Stove. Enquire at the home of John Cleland, Arma, Kans. Misses Star and Helen Carl whoare attending the Pittsburg Normal spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks A fine rain Tuesday- night broke a four weeks' drouth, doing much good to the growing corn, potatoes, etc. The Subject of the Sunday morning sermon Call to Sunday Evening; "Building up the Wall." Mr.

and Mrs. Hugh Bergin visited his sister Mrs. John Jenkins and family Saturday night and Sunday, at Midway. John W. Harley and wife and Lou Nelson and wife of McCune visited with Mr.

and Mrs. Kenneth Harley, Sunday. Mrs. Sam Haslam and children returned Saturday night from a visit of several weeks with relatives near St. John, Kansas.

Harley Mohanes of Arma left Wednesday for the harvest fields near Wichita, Kans. where he will work a few months. Mr. and Mrs J. W.

Riggs of McCune motored over to Arma Sunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Harley and family. The Eastern Star Chapter of Arma are invited to attend the Kent Chapter at Weir, in a body, Thursday Several are planning to motor down. Robert Fulton, the Star carrier, went to Cherokee Monday morning for a week's visit. Don Elliott will have charge of the paper during his absence.

9 A382 Many Who Eat Our Nutritious become Athletes HEAD QUARTERS and perform great feats. FOR FRESH BEEF PORK They live long lives and MUTTON VEAL AND LAMB SMOKED MEAT SALT MEAT when old age arrives find SAUSAGE AND HAM themselves Healthy, Wealthy and Wise. Get Wise to Our Meats. OSSANA CASH MARKET FRESH MEAT GROCERIES CARMA, KANS. PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT A 1.

ARMA ANGORD J. H. Zollars has just had his residence on South Street, painted and it looks mighty nice. Mr. Smith of Pittsburg did the work.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Forsyth expect to spend the Fourth with friends at Shell City, Mo. His father and her mother will accompany them. The vulcanizing and gasoline plant at the Griffiths Battery Station, is now in fine running order and Mr.

Griffiths reports business good. Mrs. W. A. Winningham enjoyed a visit last week with her sister Mrs.

Emma Clapp and her two daughters. Velma and Blanche of Kansas City. FARM WANTED- Wanted, to hear from owner of farm or good land for sale. Send price and description. Fall delivery.

L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, Ill. Archie Patterson of Bowden, Oklahoma, are spending a couple of weeks with their uncle and aunt, H. F. Smith.

They expect to return home after. the Fourth. Prof. Rambo was over from Mulberry Tuesday afternoon. Mr.

Rambo has been putting in part of his vacation working with a steam shovel force near Mulberry. Mrs. Ethel Haley of Colorado, who has been visiting at the home of L. F. Loyd for a week or two, has gone to St.

Joe, Mo. for a visit This was the first visit for 25 years that Mr. Loyd had had with his cousin. John T. McNeill went to.

Nevada, Mo. Wednesday night and brought his three children home Thursday for the summer vacation, The children have been going to school at St. Francis Convent. Announcements of the marriage of Miss Eunice Ethel Morgan to Charles Basil Armstrong which occured Wed nesday, June 23rd, have been received by friends in Arma. They will be at home in Frontenac, after July 1st.

Miss Irene Hawker, a faithful attendant at the Methodist SundaySchool, but who has been unable to be present for several months on account of sickness, we are glad to note that she was able to be in her accustomed place last Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Rodda and daughter Miss Mame Rodda, Mrs. E.

D. Rodda and two sons, and Miss Lillie Hess left Sunday morning on an overland trip for Okmulgee, Oklahoma to visit Dr. E. D. Rodda and Mrs.

Cooke and families. They will return home the last of the week. Eric Schietzel, E. J. Laqua, Joe and Chas.

Rice plan to spend Saturday, Sunday and Monday fishing on the Marmaton River near Ft. Scott. They will be shown a real "fishing hole" by Fred Pavey an old friend of Mr. Laqua, who invited them to come up for real fishing sport. Miss Mollie Allen, of Kansas City spent last week visiting her brother W.

T. Allen. She left Sunday to visit her sister Mrs. Vance at Webb City, Missouri. From there she will go to her home in Lamar, and after the 4 4th will leave to spend the summer with her brother Tom in California.

J. H. Zollars and wife motored out on Lightning creek Sunday and enjoyed a day's visit with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs, R. Critten and family- It was sort of a neighborhood gathering, fifteen being present.

Toward evening they were invited by the hostess to partake of homemade ice cream, sherbet and cake, which was greatly relished by all. Mr. Lewis Reese and family also Able Reese and family entertained their mother Saturday evening June 26, it being her 71st birthday. All enjoyed a good time, after which they served ice cream and cake. The evening was spent with a few games and good songs and good music.

Then all went home wishing their mother many more happy birthdays. C. H. Wright has announced his candidacy for the nomination of sheriff of Crawford county, sublect to the voice of the voters at the Republican primaries in August. Mr.

Wright moved to Walnut, this county, from South Dakota in 1902, where he lived until-1917, when he moved to Girard. He served three years as deputy under ex-sheriff Webb. He has numerous friends and acquaintances over the county who wish him well. Summer is Here! Call and inspect our celebrated line of HERRICK COAT WATERLOO, IOWA 'HERRICK' 1 Refrigerators, they have many 7: ice-saving points ROM that will interest all buyers. Actually the King of the RefrigerHERRICK ator Family, and DRY AIR SYSTEM the price is right.

REFRIGERATOR Walberts Timberlake GIRARD, COLUMBUS, ARMA, and WEST MINERAL. THE 7 KITCHEN I CABINET Come, All the Cup, and let the Kettle Sing! The Cream and Sugar and Hot Water bring! Methinks this fragrant liquid amber here Within the Pot is pretty much the Thing. SUMMER DISHES FOR EVERY DAY. With such a variety of fresh vegetables now in our gardens and markets, one can have a change every day. Escalloped Cabbage.Fill a buttered baking dish with alternate layers of creamed cabbage and seasoned crumbs, having a top layer of buttered crumbs.

Brown in a very hot oven. Cheese may be added if desired. Curry of one small onion, one sour apple, one cupful each of carrot, turnip and celery cut fine. Make a rich white sauce, season with pepper, salt and curry powder and serve hot. These vegetables may all be leftovers or be cooked for the dish.

Baked Banana Pudding. one and 1 one-fourth cupfuls of bread crumbs and one-half cupful of milk till smooth. Add two tablespoonfuls of butter, one-fourth of a cupful of sugar, one cupful of banana pulp, onehalf teaspoonful of salt and two beaten egg yolks. Fold in the stiffly beaten whites and bake in a buttered baking dish until firm. Serve with lemon sauce.

Whipped Fruit Take one package of any prepared gelatin of any flavor. Follow the directions for Its preparation. When beginning to cool, but before it sets, beat with a Dover egg beater. Beat the white of an egg until stiff, then add one-half cupful of powdered sugar; beat this Into the Jelly, then add two bananas, one orange and half a cupful of fresh strawberries all cut in small pieces. Make a boiled custard with the yolk of the egg, two tablespoonfuls of sugar and one and one-fourth cupfuls of milk.

Mold the jelly, cool the custard after It has been cooked until slightly thickened and serve on plates with the unmolded jelly. Squaw together new potatoes, onions, carrots and peas, adding thetn in time so that all are tender together. A half cupful of diced browned salt pork with the fat, and a pint of milk with salt and pepper for seasoning makes a very appetizing dish, Neui May well YOUNG FILIPINO WON FRENCH WAR CROSS. Gregorio Cailles, a Filipino, recently returned to his Philippine home wearing 1. French uniform and a Croix de Guerre with palm.

Cailles in December, 1916, arrived in France and enlisted as a private. He made an excellent record as a soldier. At one time when all the officers of his company had been killed, he took command and led the men in a charge. He was decorated for this act of bravery by the French Government. FOR SALE -Good Horse and Buggy for sale cheap.

J. B. Millington. "United States of "America." The name was original with Jefferson, and appears in the final paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, as follows: "We, therefore, the representatives of the United States of America, in general congress assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name of the good people of these colonies, solemnly publish and declare, they these colonies are, and a right ought to be free and independent states." Spain is one of the backward lands where baseball has never penetrated. Some one threw a bomb at a train carrying the governor of Barcelona and missed it.

An American boy eight years old would do better than that. Steam and electricty are replacing the windmills of Holland, says a news story. And soon, no doubt, sawmills will take the ex-kaiser's place, and then Holland will lose all its. picturesqueness. The Best Clothes Values! YOU pay a pretty good price for good clothes now-adays.

But if you get clothes as good as the price, you are all right. We offer you the famous Hart Schffner Marx Clothes; we don't know any better way to assure Copyright, Milton Ochs Co. you of real values. We can promise you that for the price you pay here you'll get full money's worth and the price will be Much Less in the long run. RODDA MACKIE Dry Goods Clo.

Co. Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes ARMA, KANSAS..

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