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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLB. (ARK.)COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar The Delphlins wiU meet at the hotel Noble. ' ,<'*Today" . 'Today is the finest day that God .,has eye 1 made And o'er Us dawning,. noon and ports of tlie publicity, social service and children's work were given by Mesdames W. A. Stlckmon, K. D. Gillen and O. N. Hawkins It was announced Hint hostesses for (lie program and social meeting next Monday will be: Mcsdames Roland Green, W. Leon Smith, Crawford Greene, Everett B. Gee, Walker If. Baker, Charles F, Wood, Osceola Girl and Illinois Man Married at Luxora LUXORA, Ark.—James D. Hogan of CrmmpatKii, I"-. nmi Miss Beuluh Tnylcr of Osceola were married Sunday in ll'.r home of Magistrate Elliott Williams who performed the marriage ccieiiiony In the presence Bits of News Mostly Personal rcMjpU 2, 1930 Miss Rlvcis Addlngton, "of Mem-1 phis, is the uuest, of Mr. and Mrs. j where the groom Is In business. MVf : n|rthn Summers and Mr. R. . f '^Pretend it U the only day you have on earth to live And drain It of each ounce ol Joy it can be made to give, Uplift your eyes—adore the world for which He dearly paidl Today is the 'finest day that God • has ever made. i "What though it bring to you or me, sorrow, pain and tears? To make tills day Ihc Lord Ins tolled many million years There's joy. upon the mountain tops—there's joy in deepest ; glade, Today Is the finest day that God has ever made. "Oh, clasp its moments to youv heart'and crowd each precious hour, Radiate 'the Master's gift of- hope— and love and power. Perform at least one worth while deed before you let it fade. Today is the finest day that God has ever made." —Gertrude Sweet. Executive Beard Has A Luncheon Meeting Officers and circle chairman o: the Women's Auxiliary in tile FIrsi Presbyterian church met Sn tin regular monthly executive boan Royal Grandmother Refused lo Give Up Romance Despite Court Action. lly MI.WIT SAUN'DKRS NEA Service Wrllcr j I'AIUS.—Fighting what she calls Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Curlln, I p^nwss Amedi who have been vacationing at; tllc wealthiest women of France Houston. Texas, will remain there , alul i :ca(1 ot Ollc 0 , lllc oldcst ,.„,„. i *j i .for about, two mouths while Mr, | [\Q$ ^s determined Lo hp thp hHHA ai'l'ied Monday jCurlin Is receiving treatment tor I of W Luis Fernando dc Bom* i in ulcerated slomach which caused lion-Orleans, cousin of King Al lAJXOliA, Ark.—Monday at noon i him to be seriously ill alter going . fo:iso of Spain. The princess IE now 73 nnd Don C. M. Graves and L, M. Burnette. O f a f c ., v friends of (lie couple. They f b g Simmons and son Billy Law-' ' ' ' '" Champaign j shei ot D cll, for several days. left immediately Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher and Luis is 33 years her Junior. F"rcf man-Clark Miss Thelma Clark and Mr. Surlcy Freeman, both of Ihis cily, imve obtained a since Snlur'lay. Luxora. was m.inicd lo Mr. Frank j£on, Woodrow, have as their guest, The battle Is going on In Ihe Par By-chc or Kansas City, Mo., the I Miss Elsie Garner, of Memphis. i is courts, where obstacles placet wedding look place in llie home of | Miss Charline Robinson 1ms re- in l::c v,'ay ol Ihe strange niarri the brldc'.'i pan-nls, wilh Rev. A. I,. • turned from Jackson, Miss., where • age by children of the princess arc Riligs. paslor of Ihc Melhodlst she spenl the summer wilh friends. I under deliberation. The princess Is Men-Is Corzlne, ol Memphis, is '. lisliling alone, except for dislln Ihc hoiisuiiueit of his cousin, Mrs.' g'.iishcd legal support, because Do: Lee Mcrilln and Mr. Mctllln. Ac- Luis Is unable lo be at her side ceremony. The couple icll by automobile for Kolirrls-Iiusscll A marriage license ! Kansas City, where they will make [companled by Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'This dashing prince who lias jus was Issued > Ihelr future home. here to Miss Lucille Russell and Mr. Curtis Roberts, bolh of Holland. Class to Mccl The Ladies Bible clas of (he First Methodist church will meet at the church Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock Instead, of at the home of Mrs.i Mlss ncsll Loll Cookc vlb | lcd Charles F, Wood, as had been an-' trlen( i s ,„ i Uylnt villE Sunday. Luxoia Society—Personal ! Alexander of Lcachvlllc, they mot- . turned 40— but looks much youngc jored over for him Sunday. , —Is unable to come to France be ! Harmon Robinson, who spent a cause of less romantic affairs j week in Brownsville, Twin., 1ms re- ' which Involved him with frecdon | turned home. i Mrs. Bill Hackney and , ] Billy, Mrs. Jce Irivin, of Harrlsburg^ nounccd. election ot officers nnd other important, business will be transacted wilh Mrs. Wood nnd Mrs. T. J. Crowder hosiers in Ihe social hour which will follow. Mrs. F. John was a iilyllscvillc and families. ,111., and Mrs. Glenn Rutherford and daughlcr, Helen Frances of St. Louis, spenl tlic weekend here us guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Travis. Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Walden • of action on Ihe part of the polio, son, : " 1<1 caused his expulsion. Willie walling for complete tree visitor Ihc Ili-it of the week. Mrs. W, Johnson vlsilcd relatives K. B. Nobie. ot Jonesboro, is attending to business here. In St. Louis Salutday and Sun-j Miss Vivian rjlllahunty left lasl day. Osceola Society—Personal Mr, and Mrs. Harry Scott and son from Wynne were the weck- nlglit for Columbia, Mo., where she will enter the University of Missouri. She went up a week earlier end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char- to be there for the usual "Rush" Icy Scott and family. liennic licrrtcld of Blyilnvlllci was a recent visitor in Luxora. Dr. nmi Mrs. O, Howton enter- Mrs. John White. Miss ' tallied a. friends !Luxoru large number of Iheh week before the opening of school. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola, Miss Vivian Uillahtmty aim Harmon Taylor spent. Sunday in IJycrsbure, Twin., as yucsls of Mr. at their home south of'and Mrs. Cecil Lre. Mrs. Lee Is . with a ublcrinclon feast |»n nu nt of Miss Uillalninty •' ; Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman dom of action on the part of hU bride, Don Luis spends most of hi time at the San Remo chatcou o his mother, the Infanta Eulalia, ai aunt of King Alfonso. Some year ago he came under the dlsplcasur of his royal cousin, was stripped o all his titles and was banlshe from Spain. Princess Amedee won Die firs of the legal lilts when the Firs Chamber of Ihc Tribunal of th Seine ruled that she could niarr Don Luis whenever she pleasei The suit to prevent the marrlag was brought by the Due rlc Cosse Brlssac, her nephew, who rcpre .senled the family In contend!!) trial the elderly princess was 1 no competent lo manage her affair The court ruled that the duke, a the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward After the visitors Imd spofcn briefly business was taken up. It was decided to have prayc r meeting on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons during the re-' vlvul'nl the homes of members. Plans were also discussed for the group conference to be held in Jonesboro which several members arc planning to attend. * * • Have Mtttinj' At a business meeting of the Bela Chi Sunday school class of llv: First Presbylerlan church last iiigiit, at the church, plans for fait activities were supplemented with immediate activities in the evangelistic meeiing now In progress. Callawny, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Tompkins and jcookc and Miss Cleo Goza. Mrs,.,H. C Wcatherby silent jester- I M rs . Ben Cooper and Mr. and elect of tills year's football team of llie city high school. Waller Hosenlhal is in SI. Louis The Rev. Marsh M. pastor, was a visitor. ,,,,„„ Reports showed llmt the group '"""' had had a, successful summer with the altendance ot the class unusually good for this season. duties of athletic coach on the Osceola High School faculty this term. Geo Adams returned to his home in Little Rock last night after a j week-end visit with Miss Rose White and Mrs. John White In Osceola. bcr of the Jonesboro A. and M. Col- I Mrs. Nelson Talley and son of leee faculty, relumed with Ihcm lo I Memphis spent Saturday and Sun- Osccola where lie will assume thcjdny with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Galyean. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T. Cinliph and daughlcr, Bettyc Margaret of Char- leslou. Mo, were Ihe week-end Mrs. Jack Applebaiim is visiting relatives in Memphis for a week. Hyman Weinbcrg, ot Osccola, Is ! visiting here. Joe Aiiu'.cbaum attended a party at Carulher.svilb lasl evening. Miss guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smllli. , ",, „ Messrs. Charles Billingsley. C. 13.' Scott has returned Miss Lucille Welch is recovering i day. i from a tonsilectomy at her home Wood and William Lynch were. , visitors in Dyersburg, Twin., Sun-[ Son Bom Mr and Mrs. Joel Morgan of near Gosr.ell announce the buTh of a son, who has been named Millon Lcc. The baby weighs eight pounds. Adams-Baker Miss Edna Earl Quinn has as bcr guest, her cousin. Miss Louise Tanner, of Memphis. Miss Rose White. Joe Clay Young, C. B. Young, Nathan Wcin- berg, ami Elmorc Smith were the Osccoliuis who attended the dance in Jonesboro last night. Miss Eva Montague had as her Mr. and Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Lcroy Wood mclorcd to Cn- rulhcrssville Wednesday. T;iey were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Duncan. Mrs. C. B. Wood was a Mi vlsllor Wednesday. Miss Cora Lee Colcman of Tily- llievllle and Mrs. Walter Wood were \vlsitors in Marianna Thursday. Fights For Right to Many Osceola Pastor Ends : • Keiser Revival Meet ; OSCEOLA, Ark.—Rev. J. T. will- coxon, pabtor ol till! First Meth- odltl Church of Osccola, has just ' concluded a revival meeting at \ Keiser, Ark., in which he Iws for j the past two week's been assisting ; the Hcv. C. C. Jordan, pastor of ', the Joincr-Keiser charge. '. Thirty-eight additions to llie I chrch were Ihe result of the meet- ; in™, nineteen of the number ru- ; ived upon profession of falih and ; like number by leltcr. : Mr. J. K. Childs of Keiser direct- • 1 ihe choir during the iervie.'s. , hich were held twice daily, and Irs. H. K Uunavant was pianist. ; Princess Aniedee dc Broglie. shown at right from a photograph taken several years ago, is now 73 years old. One of the wealthiest women. In France, she has defied her family by insisting that she will marry" i man 30 years her junior. engagement of Don Luis to Princess Amedee she said she wished them every happiness, and added: "I have known the princess for a long time. I know her daugh- :ers and her grand-daughters. She Is a charming woman and 1 congratulate her." No dale has been set for the marriage owing to the legal troubles. COITOII BUTE ID EBIJPUCED New Schedule, Ordered by Commission, Takes Effect January 10. .cmphis i guests over Ihe week end and for) Mesdames Glto Holland and W. •Die marriage of Miss &«die Lee! labor day h °llday, her sister, Miss E. Allison shopped In Blylhcville j Baker, of this city, and Mr. John! E. Adams, of St. Louis, was soicm-' nized Sunday evening at the home of the Rev. formed the o'clock. Only families we The bride was attractively dressed in a frock of navy crepe Eliza- j ""• . unas - L , beth trimmed with flesh folds and' ^L bhl ? pc ". a " d Mlss Evn Mo "collar and her corsage of Premier two weeks vacation spent at Columbia, Monlcagle and oth- of interesl in Tennessee. O- L. Wardcll. of Osceola. Is a business vhllor in Ihe cily loday. L. L. Ward hns returned to Hardy after a brief visit al home. He expects to accompany his family back the last of the week after ut Ihelr cci- jlngc cu Spring river. ' H'R I Mrs. C. M .Bohn and daughter. Miss Mildred, Tiav? rcturnc<l from Fulton, Ky.. where they spenl two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley, accompanied by i;ic; r daughter, Mi.-.s Hilly, have ar- In demanding cancellation lliL- engagement, the family's a toniey stressed llie difference tlic n£C-fc of Don Luis and Ihc pri cess, and brought up the alleged bud :vpu;a!inn ot the prince, ft w said lliat she was dissipating her fortune ami intended to sell her jewels and valuable properly. To show why her cstnlcs should bn Inken from her admiiiLslralion. counsel said she raised lombsloncs lo her pel dogs in Ihc grounds of her chateau. She would also, the court was told, send wild telegrams to relatives far away informing them that she was dying and demanding their immediate presence but that when Ihey arrived they found her in perfect health and playing cards. Princess Amecicc is the former .Marie-Charlotle Say, daughlcr ot Ihe French sugar magnate, who left her a huge fortune. She married Prince Amedee in 1875, and he died In 1917. When the princess officially announced her bctrolhal to Don Luis she said thai Ihc marriage would be Ihc climax to 18 years of friendship. She learned lo love him she said, when he was not much more than a boy and came lo the historic home of the family, Chau- mout Castle, in Tourainc, a magnificent residence where Catherine dc Mcdicls ar.d Diane dc Poiliers As (he result of a recent, order of the Interstate Commerce commission, effective January 10. 1931 Blytheville will enjoy the lowest freight rate en cotton shipments to Boston of any paint in Arkansas This city will have an almost equally favorable position wilh respect to shipments lo Ihe Carolinas but will have less advantageous St. Louis M:m Took Friend's : Advice and Found (Jlori- : OTIS Health in I'amvcl ; -Medicine ', levival Leader Talks to Lions Club Today Dr. Samuel L. Jockel of th 'resbylerian Theological seminal at Austin, Tex., who is conduclin i revival meeting at the Firs Presbyterian church here, to! .ncmbcrs of the Blytheville Ltor club at their weekly luncheon at .he Hotel Noule today that the value of their organization must be measured in terms of its posl- live and constructive service to the community. With Dr. Joekcl as guest of the club today were the Rev. Marsh M. Callaway, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, and the Rev. C. Gricr Davis of Osccola, who Is leading Ihc singing at the revival. Preceding Dr. Joekel's talk Bert- Lynch, Jr., and Billy I.nwslie told Ihe club of their recent European tour, in which they visited points of interest in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany and France. They were guests for a week on the es- lale of a Danish nobleman, and were afforded Ihe opportunity of making the acquaintance of young men and women in Denmark and other countries. They attended the Passion play at Germany. MH. 1'AUL TANDY' ' "I was in a terrible rim-down rendition fo r months a^ Hi? re- ' suits of stomach trouble," said , 'Mr. Paul Tandy, Lacado Itctcl. St. • f Louis. "Formalicn of gases causing ; .' alhi!; and pains follow •;! every ' meal and I w:i.s cou-;idci-.iu:y nn- • - derweigiit. My kidney j were weak •. and my back ached almost con- •'• stantly. Ncrvcusne^s antl restless- . ', ness added to my mitcry. . : "A fricnci lo'd mo aba-.it Konjola's ' unusual merits. H,? wa.-i anxious! for me to give il a trial ar.il so I • . consented to do so. Wrll, Kanjola • did llie work. 1 gained ten pounds • in four uceks. My slomac.i quick- ; Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While of.returned lo their horn? In Missis Miv- Harlhn Reynolds and brolh- position on shipments to New Orleans and Houston. A -summary of the new rates, furnished to local members of the Arkansas Cotton Trade association by W. S. Turner, vice-president and secretary of the organization, shows in detail the new and old •atcs for important shipping points In the mill-south. Mr. Turner represented Arkansas shippers before the commission. He describes the new rates as protecting the position of Arkansas shippers and establishing them on a better basis in relationship to compet-itive territories. Blytheville's new rate to Boston is 1.10. as against the old rate of 1.20'.;. New rates to Boston ot other shipping points in this territory include: West Memphis. 1.1-1; Memphis, 1.11; Greenville, Miss. 1-24; Little Rock, 1.17; Pine Bluff 1.10; Helena, 1.17. Hayli, Mo. will enjoy the same rate as Blytheville. The new Blylhevillc rate to Greenville, S. C., will be .06, as •xgainst the old rate of 1.001-;. West Memphis and Helena are the only iwints west of the river to njoy lower rates. The Blytheville rale lo New Orleans will be .87. as against an old rate of .88 while Ihe rate to Houston has boet increased lo 1.00 from the old rale of .93. Mrs. Chas. Coiemaii. Mrs. Her- j day. i ud are shopping Mesdam.?s John Covkran and C. roses was in the same shade. Memphis B. Wood attended a Parcnt-Tcac:i-' 'crs call meeting In the coiirlhousc' Alter a motor trip to points not announced they will reside In S', Louis. * * * Have Prgram Ifor had M1 , bccn the I know dial Ihey were both cr. Jim. ot Haylt, were guc.sls of .li Blylli2 Sunday: j logelher ,11 R.ippalo. but I never ita Tanner, who 1m | thought they would become cugag- csl ol her sisler. Mrs. i cd. I hope and pray il is not Iruc. e. and family, lias re-'what can 1 say except Unit this their giicsls Thursday thclr ''"'"-« ,om-ookliavcii. Miss., where | match is so strange?" home in Greenwood. Miss., Friday.' daughter. Mrs. Lumpkln of Ca-j c a " e '"' s schco1 rcturi stepping over in Tupc:o, Miss., for i ruthersvillc. the week-end. ' I W. A. Brantley Mrs. John Long returned Onrc llctrollicd lo American This is Ihe second lime that Don a business I " lght frtl: Rock where she I Luis' love leanings have stirred accompanied, n boy home from i';c Paris society. Lasl year he became "Spiritual Adventuring" was the ^^-J*™*** > has as her ,nsttor £ Mnuphta ——v- ! Criln)lcii cl , il(lro ,, s llos , )1Ull . slle I cl!B agc<l to Mrs. Mabel oilman Ca- theme of the devotional heard ^0^,^,^;.^ Mar > - Mc ' L^fj.™ a " ln Luxor Frid'-iv Ms accompanied by Mr and Mrs. rev, widow of the American steel members of llie Women'* Mission- Dai "' dEd ?''" °' c!cra - Arkan s . w . thcv lie visited in Luxor,, Fr da) , > one-time chorus girl, who ary Society of th= First Christ- A »*5es Mar> Catherine Ward and I Mi- and Mrs. li. O. YVilkitis us- ,. ^ ..v ins -i residence here The bclvoth- ian churc^ which met at tho; AnnieJ. W.-Mcll^u Slm day in jKcd relatives in Jonesboro Thursday , *£™; ^.n'hom^ UK mo^ ' Si h'owcvet"w^'indefinUely^t- F. Blnmcyev as tiicir giirst. Mr.v lilomey.rr s church Monday afternoon. In ad.: JoiiLsboro. accomp.unltig Misses 1 3nd Friday. dl'.lon to the scripture for this sub-j A ? n « Ward and Evalyn Emerson.' Mrs - Brakenslck of Tyronza was s . j^,t taken 'from Hebrew'^, the ! wh <> «'" be students this year at i thc K" cst ot ller slstcr - Mrs - R ' anl! program study on "Searching Jor'-'onKboro A. and M. College. Vollmor. Friday. '(aiiur K \i"smoot nf I ill,™,,,, Treasures In the Caribbeans" was Bradley Emerson who is a sailor Missos Audr >' al)d Edll!l V™-'vo ih iSii. led by Mrs. W. Paul Marsh. itl "M United Slntr-s Navy serving mom . ° f Osccola were ihe- B ii:sis.' ,-.. _. r _. t "l«1« These numbers were given: "DiJ-i c » the Hattte.hin Virsmia, spent ni o( thcir slstcr ' Mrs ' I!crnw:1 Krcss t ..„.,,, ccvtrlng the Caribbeans." Mrs. f«w days with lus rclatiies. Mr. and lalld faml '5' F . rWay . and ^'"A*'', '\u-rijr Gcorgs W. Barham In which she i M rs. H. T. Eincrton and Miss Eva-! Atl >"- Fra ," k BRrliani ol Osccnla , dcpiclcd a glimpse of geography,!lyn Emerson in Osccola. rctnrnlns i wns a business visitor In Lusora JK '-' a colorful part of history and | Sunday to Mayficld. Ky.. where he 'Friday. . -,. something of the people and ciil-l w Hl spend the ranainirr m i,,i Mr. Bumi of polled because of an alleged misunderstanding over a financial settlement. When Mrs. Corcv heard o! Ihe Read Courier Sews Want Ads. New Face Powder Now The Fashion The skin of youlh lies In every ' ox of new wonderful MELLO- rLO Face Powder. The purest powder made—its color is passed by Ihc U. S. Government. No pasli- ncss, flakiness or irrilalion. A new- French process makes it spread more smoothly and prevents large pores. No more shiny noses—it stays on longer. Use MELLO-GLO. Kirbv Co. ly yielded to the treatment, and : Oboranimcrgau, IXO £ \ eat ""VIM"!:-1 ,w'ant K .'t |10 ' Jt : ': suffering afterward. My kidneys have-been s'.reiiKthoncH ntid liick- » " aches have vanished. In fuel, my ;"'; entire system lias been built up : r by this splendid medicine." ; : Day aflor day countless cndcrsc- ; • menu nre received tclting how.Ihis ; ' mailCi- medicine ended ilia rjf the ^ : stomach, liver, kidneys and bow- ; ' els,, and rheumatism, neuritis and ! '. nervousness. If you ar,3 uol enjoy- ; ins the best- of iiealtii, try Ihe ; . Konjola troalmentr ; : Kcnjola is sold in Blythcville, '• Ark., at Kirhy Drug Sirred, and by all (he best druggist; in all towns throughout Ihis enlire sec- Adv.-l Mrs. Idonia Casey of Memphis Vinlin teacher of Memphis Conservatory, \viil leadi one day each week al the Music Studio 703 Chickasawba Avenue. Luxora Pastor Closes Ten Day Revival Meel IAJXORA, Ark.—Rev. L. O. Mc- Crnckcu closed a Icn clay revival mceling lasl night In the school gymnasium and baptismal services were administered Monday nlfiht in the First Haplisl church.. Tills was the closing service lo be held by Rev. McCrackcn ns paslor of the church. He resigned as paslor ol (Ills church f-evcial weeks ago and will leave immcdialcly for Dumas, Arl:., \vhcre he hns acccplcd Ihc call as paslor of Ihc Baptist church. Read Courier News want ads. .Mo. Mr. and Mrs. K. N. •liildrrr.. rr Kciindl ' u,h MT, , i M B, rrcttc i d u •«• uimictlc, and afforded a round table discussion. Mrs. John C. McHaney. Jr.. president, presided In the business ses- Rororts Giv«n In Ihe business meeiing of the Woman's Missionary Society ot Ihc Firs Rock, together with Mrs.'Williams'': HOSl)itol brolher John Blackwoort. and her i sister, Mrs. Bclva Martin, also ol Mrs E Jones, city, was ad- Little Rock. Mr. Blackwoort niid', m ittcd to UK ' Blythcville hospital Mrs. Martin are rclurnins this a!t- today einonn to Little Rock. Mr and! and rilr Sniiiy. loft tod.iy (or a rr.o- tcr tup to Hoi Springs. Litlle urk. Aii:,«-,vas City and I'inc BlutT, rciui3i:ng jomc Friday nlghl. nan's Missionary Society ot Ihc Mrs. Frank Williams and Lan will j n & beller lo feed pel dojr. t Methodist church Monday af- remain unltl Friday and will be scraiis and internal organs th.it icrnoon, at the church, there were I joined here today by Mr. and Mrs. i bulclicrs discard rather than 26 women present. Mis. W. M. Snow WiHon and small daughter i choice cuts of meat, acordinj to 666 Taylor and Mrs. H. E. Neblett of -| Nancy Snow, ol Earle, Ark. iercd prayers and Mrs. E. D. Gil- 1 - . - len read the 139 Psalm before ro-1 Read Courier News want ads, Relieves a llc.idac.^c or Nnir.ilRla 1 Ir- .10 minutes, checks a Cold the 0 r William Lcntz. dirclor oi ;hc first dav and chucks Malaria in ' small anlma , Hospital al the Uni- three d.i ss . , versity of Pennsylvania. I 6C6 also in Tablets Ola Bob Harris Amiouna's llie opening oi' lier Fall Term—Sept. 8th All lypcs of thincing including Ballcl, Toe, Tap, Aciobatic, ("ovi'ct'livc and Gyinnaslic. STUDIO 703 Cliickasawba Everybody has it once in a hilc It . raay ^ ^ue to a thousand and one different causes. The way to cure a Headache is to find and remove the cause. Suppose it takes days or weeks to find the cause — what will you do in the meantime ? Continue to suffer? Why should you, when you can get ms They relieve quickly. Use them for muscular pains and functional pains even when these pains are -so severe that you think you are suffering from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago. Get them at your Drug Store. 25 for 25 cents 125 for Sl,0»

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