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PAGE TWO BLVTHRVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY G, 1930 Society Calenda The Tuesday club Jjwiceting wllli Mrs. C. R. BabcocfcK' , i The Eastern Stir will- meet at 7:30 o'clcck. • - ;: Mrs.'George Lee a Leader ! in Musical Activities Here! This is the second In :i fries of . . ...'tlclt'i conccrr.lne iu>iue-ii of the Mrs, E, 0.-:Patto» Is having DC c j ty Wednesday Bridge club. . | T ,J tne slx yms .n,at Mis George Mr?. Francis Carpenter Is enter- • Mi Lcc i, ft5 \, ccn , resident of Ply taming the new weekly contract! (h c ville she has dcvo'.;d inucli ct e'tib. ; ) lg |- iimc lo miulc. Other nctlvlvits Mrs.. James B. Clark is lender j include the Woman's club, the Atn- of thc'-Delphian -program at the erlcan Lc g i 0n auxiliary and the Hotel Noble for the sfcond program | F | rst Methodist church. In December. A musician In piano and vice, ', JY .-'.- Thursday •-.••• , Mrs. Lee Is pianist at thc First Mrs. p: P, Moss is Jic-sUss .10; thc. Methodist church os well as rtlrco- Mld-Wiek' Bridge; club".' . •'•-. *•; tor of one. of the largest choirs: In Thc Young Matrons club Is meet-j the c |ty; she broadcasts each ins 'with Mrs.- Victor Br'ay. ' • 'Sunday nfternoou, 'one o'clock, from The Elliott Fletcher chapter oi! station KLCN and frequently ap- the United Daughters ol .the Con- 1 -.oars in numerous other public pro- iederacy';will meet al the home of j grams. Mrs. J. R. McDanlcl Jr., wllh Mes-! J M lnc annual Echool contests dailies James H. Brooks, A. Welt,: ^ rs Lee's work ns ccach for voice Raymond Schmuck and Miss Corn \ E mdents has been prominent, her Le« Colonial! ss hostesses. j pupils having won numerous dls- There will be ft free story hour at ,the Blythoylllc llbiury at. 10:3(1 A.-.M., lor children from six to ten years of agC3. fts v(ce prt , s! ,, ent of HID woman's c , ul) Jh ,, , s OR!! of thc !c(u i crB m a , c M ~, s ^^.^ organisation ot ^ s i t | n( i i also bclr.~ chairnmii ot I th c music department for | y; ars . t \ feature nccompltshmcut. t hls department was thc Have Story Hour. the 40 boys and Qlrjs who attended the free story hour at the [ f^ii's cai.iala successfully present- Blythevllle Library Salurday henrd ^ ] ns t yer , r lm( icr her direction, Miss Delia Purtle tell two stories ' and. they learned a poem. '.'The Selfish Giant," by Ojcar \VUde and a Swedish legend of "El- Ea and the Ten Elves" were related/ The 'children memorized "fir. I Cardwell News Notes I The second, atinuul reunion ol) ! the senior class of 1929 of Card-! .well High school was held Wcdnea- Iday evening, December 31st at t'ne | | home of Miss Juanlta Williams [Each year as many members of th; 'former class as possible get together and .talk over their former school days. Only nine members of I the class and one of the sponsors were present this year. If enough lot the members ure in the neigh ; borrioc<l thc reunion will b3 hcl'J • again next year. Those present were: Missfs Juanlta Williams, ] Grnc« Tucker, Jcssalene Mat'.lwws ,of Cardwell; Mrs. Kathleen Ccok | 'Ihe town's quiet today with all JLanler, of Senalh; the sponsor, Mrs. the enthusiasm seemingly carried I A. D. Bauglm, of Senath; Mar Over the Bridge Table Ey Tleen. Comfy-But the Dean Objects i Night Coughing : ^ i^ttu WM^II*II£-J - - r^/ Quickly Relieve^ I imous Prescription (Jives Almost Insianl Relief " ,. away by college students who return no more until early summer. They u good time in their holidays, although the affairs wcrs ji jvery Informal with "opsn lions;" lln K. Turner of Monetle, Ark Charles W. Mickey, Marcus K. Bl ' shop, L. Tillman Hull and Roy J. j Slunflll, all of Cinhvcll. Hefrcsli 1 incuts were served by the hostess. i the'prevailing plan. A'number of | Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Price, ol I outstanding records were brought' Shreveport. La., were Oardweli vis • alotiir wllh tlitm for display to their liters last Tuesday'afternoon, maters and paters. A note today Major Win. nay had business in from Western Military Academy at Kennett Thursday. Alton, III. 1 , says that John Ma'nan \ | has been selected as an honor slu- Ell Marctt of Detroit, Mich., Is j denl In thc academic department. | visiting relatives here. noy Clnrk and James Anderson , A nrsl class cadet In thc "academy, j motored to Pnragould Thursday | he holds honor grades In deport- < evening. merit as well. Jane Robinson and her new,husband, E. Wesley Perry of ShcSoy- gan, Wis.,'here tlirough hers urday enrouie to Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Robinson of Flint, Mich., visited here last Saturday. Joe Qrabcr has returned foim a visit with relatives in St. Louis. | These winter costumes ctlopted by co-eds at Oklahoma A. and M. rMght coughs or coughs causvil:,. by a cold or by an Irritated throat ere usually due to condition!; which ordinary medicines do no; rncfi'. . ] But, the very first swsllcw of Th.o'i- ine, a doctor's prescription, Is Euir,-'-,". antced to give almost Instant relief,,.,!' Thoxlno works on a different p;-in- •.. 11 :::c, it i;o:c direct to ills!':.' cause. ,';.";.!' Thoxine is pleasant tasting .'a'lK^, safo for thc whole family. It"«i.ll. tlve yen better and quicker relfc.C"; I lor coushr or sore throa: than any- ' thin; you have ever tr::d or ypjir' 1 '. money will be refunded. Put,,up ready for use in 35c, COc, and ^l.pp.', j bottles. So!d by Kirby-Bcil Dru';; 1 ' I Co., and Kirby Drug Co., an* all ; j other gcotl drug stores. — Advl"4; " thence to ahelr new home. Their] Eugene Hutchens had business In j college are comfortable and fetching, according to the co-eds—but wedding was a thrilling atfalr, -having been qplemnized just as Ihe New ¥ear was. breaking. Margaret Mcr- Lcachvllle Friday afternoon. Wllbern Davidson of Kennett vis- ! they have aroused tho objection of- Julia Siou*., dean of women, | itcd relatives here Wednesday and i wl 'o has Issued an edict banning them as elnssrom attire. In this j rllt played the wedding "march with I Thursday. ! picture, exhibiting the costumes, which are iiuUe up of riding William '!>. TrotUr singing "O | Mra - Jo1 '" M - n ^ llon a n» £on of breeches, riding boots, sweaters and men's shirls, topped off by Promise Me" ami "I Promise You," Kennetl visited. . relatives here leather „,. Shecp6 |ii n jackets, are'Lynell Mlneey of Oklahoma City SJic Is iuuslfj chairman ol the Mrs. Ccoric Lee American Legion auxiliary, provld-1 various Intervals besides her other Ing' special musical riuinbers at ] work In Ihls group. Explanation of the Orasshopper, by'Vashel Lindsay. Wla Chi Class To'Meet Tonight. The Beta Chi Sunday school class ot • thc First Presbytcriim church will have, thc first business and social meeting' ol tho year at Ihe home of Mrs. R. C. Dent Jr., this evening beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Have Speaker Fcr Assembly the Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor of.'the First Baptist church, addressed students of the Sudbury elementary school .today In thc New Year's assembly. Using for hlr k«'y verse tire scripture "Be ye filled/' ha urged the boys and girls to take advantages'of thalr opportunities for physical, mental and spiritual training. I ' ' ' Enfortaiiis Club ,- . .,- . ,„.... Miss Carolyn Pride was hostess'to the'-'^igJitjj^''lt.' mother ,of M'rs-^C. 1 tre only guest. In the contract bridge played Mrs. G .W. Garrjgan won thc prize. The hostess served an appetizing salad course. could, was Hie suesl of Mr. ami Mrs. C. G. Tucta-'S'for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith hud as their Sliest yesterday W. F. D. Batjer and daughter, Miss Helen, of Capo Girardenu, Ross Stevens ts attending to business In Marked Tree and Tyron/n today. Mr. and Mrs R. J. Alston linv.D as their gussls Mrs. N. 1). /vision. of Carrolllon, Mils., and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Alston, at Plckcns, Ml?s. . Miss Luctlc Solomon, ol Brownsville, Tcnn., wns the guest ot her sister, Mrs. Jlmrnlc Peterson, and family, for the weekend. Oscar Hardaway is going to Memphis tonight, for the play "Flying High" at 1'ic auditorium. Spurgcon Patterson, cf Birmingham, Ala., spent the weekend with Mrs. Patterson who Is here for several v;eeks visit with her mpthcr. Mrs. \VI. T. Oberst- She plans Bits of News Mostly Personal Join Patterson later week for A 'trip through Mississippi ;.,yyarm )s nttendiUB tojius.- ^*w <J'poi«U •ot'MtssourV.touaj 1 ; • . .Wll'liam Ottc. of Memphis, is A business visitor in the city tcduy. Miss Grace Moultrl.;, of Menasha, V.TAS a visitor in the cily during the weekend. Mrs Hyman Alley is ill at her home near this cily. Luxora Society—Personal Mrs. Bob Green left for her home In Flint, Michigan, Friday alter spending several days her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hob Owen. MUs Margaret, Miffill left Sunday for Lexington, after spending the holidays with, her parents Mr. and Mrs. E- A. Moffltt. Miss Miible Coote Is visiting relatives In Memphis tills-week; Edgar Lynch has 'returned tn Flint, Michigan, after spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Walter Lynch. Bonnie Berfie Edgar Lynch Thursday. Mrs. William Wtiuderllck and while Woodrow Fisher gave "Ah, I Sweet Mystery of Life" on the violin; As the. marriage vows were exchanged Margaret played "Venetian l,ove Song." As usual, Jane looked lovely, they-say, In a weeding gown of rare old' lace over egg shell satin. Virgil Fisher was an usher and Freeman Robinson also went, over I for the wedding solemnized at the | First, Baptist church of Bolivar, Tenn., where Jane's parents live. Rulh and Bruno Tanner are expected home today from a honeymoon spenl In Louisiana where they have been "wlhcd and "dined" by a number of Bruno's friends. ' A number of New Year partbs were given by dlfTerent crowd?, some formal, but the most of them were "drop hi" affairs,'Night.-parties with Ihe men allowed present, for a change, seem to be quite thc vogue now. Bridge clubs which dlsband-iJ lor the holidays, are resuming th;h' parties this week with the excep- wns the gucsl of [tIon of the Tuesday Luncheon chit which won't meet. Patty Sccoy Smith has daughter, Donna, of Blythevlllejher new son Brax Thomas lor her were thc Biiests cf Mr. and Mis. M. C. Coolie, Friday. .Mr. D. W. Thwonl. was a business visitor livOsccolA Friday. •" "•' •• Mrs. D. O. Wllklns Ruel children visited relatives in Joncsboro this week. Mrs. Herman Kress and foil hav.> returned after a week's visit with relatives In Little Rock. of Ch'.rks- husband and father. Methodists and Baptists > Control State Assembly LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. (UP) •-- Metliodists and Baptists will lead . , _ . . Scott Harris is spending several • dale, Miss. and Mr. and Mrs. UHss days in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, Everatt B. Gee. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wnterman will yo to Memphis tonight for the play ' -Flying High." Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Bragg, of Os- Misses Kttthryn Grear, Carolyn Haley and Hilda Holland returned to Searcy, Ark., today where they are students af Galloway col'?gc after, spending the holidays at home. Ccnway Pritchett. who travels over the tri states, spent the weekend here as guests ot Pat O'Bryant. Miss Alice Mae Cannon left Saturday for Memphis to begin trafn- ing In the Methodist Hospital there for it nurse. She was accompanied there by friends, Carl Davis, Nita Flo Thompson ol this city and Horace Burr of Wilson. Mrs. Earl Koontz of Springfield, Mo., arrived last night to spend a month with her mother,'Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and family. Miss Ellen Bryan and Moss ilryan met her In Jonesboro. Mrs. H. M. Sumnc-rs is a patient ceola, were visitors in the oily yesterday. Miss Margaret B.itjei 1 , Ymiccy and daughter of Hughes, Ark. and Miss Ccrlrut'o Pillion ol _. . , >, both the Senate ; and House of Gcueial asrombiy niccts here Jan- uiuy 12, a. check; by Ihe United Pms shows- Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davidson and daughter Betty, and sou Paul, of Scnith visited in Cardwell Friday evening. Hoy Clark visited a friend atGos- nell Wednesday evening. J. C. Duff of Poplar Bluff, Mo., was In Cardwcll on business Friday. • Dallas -McKerale has returned to his home at Hickory Ridge, Ark., afler a .visit with friends here. F.lbert Ford of Kennett was In j Cardwell on business Thursday. Luclan £'. Lnsater and Roy Stanfill were in Kcnnotl on business Friday morning. Mrs. Ola Garner of Walcott, Ark., visited in Cardwell last week. . Mrs. Qrace Fields spent' the week-end at Maiden. Mr. and Mrs. John Owens and daughter, Billy Burke, left Wednesday for their home at Moscow, Tenn.. after visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Langdon and children have returned to their home at Cape Girardeau after a visit with relatives here. Mr. Hut ley of Senath was In Cardwell on business Friday. : Francis Curlin ol Memphis is visiting relatives here. .:Dean F'tzsjerald .has returned to Columbia, where he is attending thc University ot Missouri. Wnrlick Drannum had business in Leachville Thursday evening. . Frank Buck and John Brannum. <Ieft); Virginia Berry of Pawhusko. (center) aiid Amelia Anne Hale of Pawhuska. ABRIDGE BY EDWARD C. WOLFE I loses to the queen, whereupon East Member of thc National Chain- | cashes his three remaining club?. pionship 'Auction Team .1 Thereafter, -regardless of w.^at Tile only question in the auction j East may lead, North should lake bidding of this deal is whether j the remaining tricks. South's entry- North should bid one diamond or j with thc king of spades enables the one no trump. Some players who I declarer to take his second dia- believe in the "approach system" of bidding (of which thc writer is an ardent advocate) might mention the diamond. This would, in my opinion, be carrying the principle of this system too far for the reason that the distribution (4-3-33) is perfect for a no trump declaration. —DEXI.EK DECLARER S-4-0-3 H-A-1-8 D-A-MQ-7 C—9-8-3 . of Hollywood, were in Cardwell on business Friday. WEST ' S-l-6 H—0-104-3 D—K-6-32 C—HQ-6 SOUTH-DUMMY S—K-10-W H—7-6-5 •;' D—984 C-0-7-2 A venturesome Jiasc might make an informatory double, but tht EAST S—0-87-5 H-K-9-Z O-Q-5 C—A-K- 5-4 moml finesse. This play permits North to make four spade tricks, three diamonds, one heart and on'j club trick, the maximum in t h c hand. At contract, the bidding unrtcr any system should stop at one no trump. This is unfortunate, tut South is far too weak to respond. Floyd Roland had business in . hand is too weak to justify a nega- Hollywood and. Hornersville Thursday. Methodists will have 20 in the] M ;!1 -u n K. Turner of ITonette vis- zabclh Spann this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oaleu had asi their guusls this week, Mrs. Maggie Brown and sou of Memphis. Miss Mnrsarct Dcboe ot Representatives and H ] In the Senate; while (here will be 23 Baptists In the House and seven in the Senate. ••Uhcrc will -be unly one Catholic in Die. legislature. of llw gunday from the Baptist, hospital University ot 'tv:x$s- tit Austin.: nt Memphis where she recently ii»spent yestc r dsy v.ith Mr- and i\lr>.: ^erwer.t an orierulu'ii for app?ndi- H. A. Smith Cii.'outc to Austin nf- • c ;;j s . ,.,-H; Legislators having pre- "•'"'""'Iferciice will number -10 in Ihe i House and Six in the Senate. Three Jew; will have scats tn the House. Prcibyli-rians will lead Christians cr spending the holidays in Cupc Oirardcau. Slie is inslrclor of hcmo ecciioinicf, ft position she fortrirly hc'.d In tho city hlyh school. S. J. Cohen, who has been nt lendiiiR to business in St. Louis, has returned home He is Lucius of Sa'.ackovcr, Ark . c;>ciit the holiday;, with hi.', parent?, Mr. r.rul Mrs. Will I.unu*. Ja^k Uivwn of Mimphi:, was thsj 1 ': guest o-' hli mother, Mrs. Bur '" | Brown, Thursday, In the Senate, six to four, and in Paul r.r.d I brntcd their rtc fourteenth the Ho'.;se. nlr.c to eight. Other tl'.e lc_ Esionary Baptist. Church of i Christ. Church of Jesus Christ, llai'd Shell Baptist, nrtd . ited relatives in Cardwell Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. A. D. Baughn of Senath visited in Cardwell Wednesday evening. • ' : Mrs. F. B. of Kcn- ne'.t visited In Cnrdvoll Tuesday afternoon. Miss Grace Grady lias returned lo Flint. Mich., after spending the live double. South and West obviously pass. The Play Tn (he play, the four of clubs will of course be led and' won by the queen in the dummy, that being the only possibility of takiiif; n trick with a twice-guarded o.uoen. North must, now stop. look and "reason" before proceeding further. Little Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bradford announce the birth of a son, on Dec. ?5th. He will be named Arnold ! Jcseph. i Miss Gladys Walarup and iiiss | Edith Peters wore Blytheville vis- I iiois Monday. ! Mr. Frank Peters jr., who is attending school at, Hayti, Mo., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Peters, this week. Miss Edith Morris and Miss Blither Lawhorn spent Christinas j with relatives on Liilb Rn*e.r. I Mr. anrl Mr? Orlio Humble ot | Ross are spenrting a few days with Mr. Earl Bradford on Knobelock farm. Mr. L. W. Gullett visited on Knc-belcch farm !asl week. Mr. Chester Morris attended church at Flcwiw.iy-Sunday night. Improve IT •'-•'• -•' Your Gamev with ; ..'.'"'".'„_ Milton C, Work! ^'- :• J Auction and -;»' Contract Bridge. 'Tuesday '••• V W M C ?:• 3:30 P. M., C. S..i;.;, He apparently four spado tricks, one heart, orie diamond and one club trick, which is two tricks bml.rtay, Christian Church of Christ. confined lo his homo .because of a witll „ u al ty at their home. Thurs-1 broken foot. :i; Concert Master Named Hospital Notes Taticnts dismissed from the Bly- ll-villo hospital: L .1.. Heath, city: Tllman', Tomato;'Mrs. C.^F. Moore, Wrestling Promoter Rc:ul Courier News Want Ads. Shooliny Viclim at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Sledge. Miss. Ord Marshall, of Leach-viHe, spent the week-end in the city with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright. Dr. L. S. Briscoe. who'has bucn ill several weeks, was taken to tlic Memphis Methodist hospital Salur- day for treatment. Mrs. Bnsc'so-. who accompanied-him, ,n,i remain there until his re'.nrn. His condition, according to his physician, is | not critical. Miss Frances Thoir.picn, cf phis, has arrived hsre to spend a month, . / ; Mrs. Charles Martin Is new convalescing following a brief illness. Miss Margaret Cross had as her | guests Sunday Miss Virgin!a.How- ard of Union City, Tenn.,-and Edwin Morrow, of Mayfield, Ky. Judge C. L. Moore, who hisbJT. critically ill for three. vacks, :. slightly improved today. Philip Robinson returned t3 Nashville. Tenn., Sunday where he Is a student al Vanderbilt Univer- clty, after spending Ilia holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson. Houston. Secoy lelt Sunday: for Fayetleville where • he attends the state university, after spending the holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Love and children have returned from J;^"- oid Pflrt Arthur tTex.) high schODl boro where they visited relatives, jeirl. who was found slain in an auto J. C. Chapln, cf Manila, was a|'» ^O" 1 of a parsonage end for business visilcr in the citj- today. ; whose death Rot?rt L. Williams Miss Elizabeth Blythc spent thejlS, Texas University saphomove. Is day night. Games weic I until a lato hour wl: ?n u in.ui:, : lunch, ice cream and cake were. ' served to thc following yiuMs:; Elizabeth Uavis. Mnrgarol Rich-1 BOSTON.' {• iUl')— Ray Fabiani. ards, Meridith Graham, Mildri-d: oiie-timi> concert master ol the CUl- Pauline Polls. Paul, raul-| iy~\vas appointed promoter c! wr:it- nd Richard Revere. Dixiej ij ns ( or (lie Boston Garden. Howard. Evelyn McDanicls, Kath-j prtmoling a wrestling 1'iow at ryn and Uorolliy Revere, Vivian nalli . unre 5i> ; yca ,- s n go as ' ' holidays with I'.cr parents here. | short of game. Misses Ailcen Brewer and Jtia- • North .should realize (hat the nltii Williams motored to Senalh ] lead of the four of clubs s!;o,vs Thursday morning.'- ' conclusively a four card suit in ; Miss Mary Louise. Fields has re- 'nine has the two is exposed in (i turned to Cape' Girardeau, where | dummy nnd the three is held she is attending the Teachers college, after spending the" holidays here with her mother. North himself. Naturally Nortn can alford to lose the remaining three club tricks as well as one diamond trick and still go game. PLAYERS . . ., .. ,.,.•& South (Dealer) — Mrs. Guy'U.fl Purdy, Omaha,.Nebraska.'.. '.< West — joh»T' T.' ; SiideV' Bo3\or/, : ''' Massachusetts. .•.,-• .,T Nurth — Mrs. Warren L. Gefl»e'ii, Jacksonville, Florida. East — Mrs. C. E. Travcr,'Salt'. Lake City, Utah. ' + Jios - -•••••'• ' W 852 ' "iV '..'. 0512 :••:: i. * QJ97 ' •;; !.,-; * AKQ65<32 N » D 7 :• -' . i V Nor.e 007 W + E S .. 0 K J0 ..... j Lynch. Joe. Fred anrl Johnnie | a • This 13 Elizabeth Johnson. 17-ycar- Ccclnnu, John Bowon, G. C Driver, Elwood Bilhnsjiby, Edward """' rloyd Tillmim. Junior Wumlernck. Thurman Scott. Carl Hosier, Sam: _!_- I Mc.'.dows. Howard Bowen. Clnric-. "» Sheaf Pcrshing Owen iiud Uob 5ll g s ts(ion of Jim Lon-.los, h CWf " ir ' <= ir vr,,inr R s Mesdamcs S, V. Tr;i7.ier. u. o. AShmore mii D. M. Nichols- n O t Ofccola 'Wcve Luxcra visitors Fri- t , !le lhf . 1 i.. fs [i CI . i Kablanl became cuam- o-jjui ;UK | descrte<l the music pro- !c ^i. nl j; t . llmir t]1(ll h( , s un was a violm- w ;i , ^ (r[ Fnh|an | rccc nlly re- mni . ko ., ,),,„ -perhaps sometime I ^ ]M uvllc n symphony" dcpiclms a li:iv Mrs. ll.irman Spiccr and ron \ii-c Dlythiivlllc visitors Friday. Mrs. Harry McRae fpent a le'.- cl , ri in Memphis | c ^ bMml carrt from lhe Gmn . n . , . a B.Uhc ,_ i mem- rum giving him right lo cer- id pmxrses. weekend In Steelf as the guest of ilr; and Mrs. Sims Michle. held. Williams says she was . to" death by some unknown r.n-. Geoff.; H- .Florida, of Osceola. while he was trying to gel a nnr.- lEfnifelMD'l'uslness here today, 'ister to help htm become recsr.c:lc1 Ida Ryan, of Para- tn the girl after a quarrel. Cl.TS l.KI.ATKO riilVII.EOl.S FONTtN'AY-LE-COMTF,. Fruncc, I lUI'i.-M. J.;an Nauleon, who is 93 ,. I and fouchl in lhe wars of the ScC- d.,vs visiting relatives - —«' ~ A - Eln " irp - llns jllst mdVC<1 lliS ti - ."> pnsl week. Mrs. Bartfe Bonds v M','; visitor Friday. ^irs. Oicor SulIon is visllms rel- : ;i!HC5 in Sikcston Mo., tins wcok . Mc.-danies Uob Giltopic. Abe Llv-1 riant snd Ravmnul Owen shopped In Blylhcville Friday. : New Economy Shop i Now in Ingram Bltlg.j The slock an;l tixtuns ol the' Xcw Economy Shop, v.-lnch iorm-i ri-ly occupied quarters nppoMu mo . Home ilieatcr rn Main street. ha\.-, been removed to thc l_n?ram Build-1 mg, next door lo l-nrV:luir»l and Marsh Music slor:, v.herc lh.' shop is now oi>cn. • Mr. and Mri=. C J. Cox. the own- j erf, have been cv.gngcd in t!ie Iwics' uady-lc-wcar and fho? buJir.c.^j^ fcr the paM Iliree jvais. I Innfclinrn Paurnr HnW«i iTnc " ine at diamonds being led and jonesuoro raster noias , of cour5C not covcred by w ,_ v tilc Revival Meeting Here ', declarer is put to a perplexing j problem. Looking ahead, he ni'.isl The Rev. J. S. Wallace, of Jones-, decide upon thc probable location boro is 'conducting an .--vaneelistic. o( lhc ^'"g an d queen ot diamonds, meeting at Iho Church of thc Naz- : The ordinary method woiihl be which began Sunday and j to play the seven and attempt to will continue through this week. : "tain thc lead In Dummy's hand Services will be held each rjvc-1 [ °i' the purpose of another dia- | ning at 1:30 o'clock with the pas-jinond lead. In ordrr. however, forj tor,'the Rev. A. T. McAnally, assist-. that play to be successful it would i I bo assuming Hurt both the king' I and queen of diamonds were in one hand, hided most unlikely. ' I i On thc contrary. North should i ! assume that cue hy< diamond hs:!-1 ' or lies with West and thc other ' with East. This necessitates overtaking the nine of diamonds with the jack, reserving thc seven 'or a i second diamond finesse. The jack I - - — Took Soda for Stomach FOL- 20 Years "For 20 years I icok Eoda for indigestion and stcmnch ras. Then I tried Adlcrlka. Ore bottle brought complete relief."—Jno. 13. Hardy. Adlerika relieves GAS and sour stomach in TEN mh'.utcs; Acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing poisons ycu never knew were there. Don't fool with medi- . clues which clean only PART ot the boweis. but let Adlerika give stomach and bowels a REAL cleaning and see hr.w gocci you feel! City! ns Store.—Adv.-F-l. C A K Q i 1 7 3 ' ', : 0 AQ 10 J » A K Should South make a pre-emptive original bid at Auction? At Ccm : -''. trict? Can South, playing Jfcaits*' 1 ''' get any tricks from North's hand if West op=ns with thc Spade King? What is a Bridge gambit, and which player makes it? The experts \vill'- tcll you, by radiot ;*:.,"-' What's Your Bridge Handicap?" " Millnn C. Wo:i ivil! ttll you. Ta-o ciiy '''', tcit q«:ci:ion< [n -very Radio GariifV--"-- Doti't tn^i this cha-ce to find 3u; how.;, L -l yoj really ratct A sur. y cf this 6amo trill appcpr .,, in t his paper 7 • NOTICE THE FRI;K KF.CT.-II. CI.IMC ' Tji-uiment cf licmorriicios (pilesi. etc., will continue thro'.^.li'-'''-i Ihe month of January only. Hours—each Wednesday from • : 1:00 to 3:CO P. M. Please 'phone else write for appointment/"-'! DRS. MIES & NIES SH Piione CS . A THREE DAYS'COUGH IS \ YOUR DANGER SIGNAL COUB!,S from colJs m.iy load lo st- t:ci:s Ir.nilijc. Yon Mop llicm i'^^~ 11.lh Crcoin-jUion, an cmul'ifted t'lv.?, l,- ilut i s plcitanl In l.iVc. C.i.^iuiiUiiin is a nicjlcal di;i.\iuMy J.ilii K.vfnli) arlirtn; it r^olhcs and ''.V c 1!ll l-micil nicmbrancs a:ii.l in* Of all ki:fmri i|ru-e crcosolc M rcc- !- OIK of i!ic f r..-nlcM l h"lins J -i p c' i ici" lor cr>:iphs lfo:u coltis ar.,1 broncMd irri^.ilioni. Ctcoaiul-ioii conlsim. in cilititmn to crc.vo!e, c il:cr licaiing tlcmenls which soolhc and heal ihc. • infljrncJ membranes and Hop llie ir- i rilalion. while llic crco = olc g.x:5 on lo j tlic slomacti. i* nlso:lscd inlo ilic i Llood, allacks thc iral of the trouble anil check? tlic gro^ili ct llic fcrni?. CrroniuUion is gmrantLvd Mli-fac- . lory in llw trcaim;i-l nf coiifh; iror.i • coltlf, lironchilis aril Riiuor fonni nf ' bronrliial irrilnlions, i; r\Cvllcnt for building up tlic mim adirculds I or fin. Money rcdiiiilrj if not ic- I lin-ed aficr t.iking according to^lircc- | tions. A;k yon'r tirncciM. (s.iv.) Courier Nc',\5 Wnnl Ac!.:. FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON Look at your playing cards . .. ycur guests do. Everybody <n- 'oys thc smoothness, snop, flexibility and liigh, lustrous finish of BICYCLE PLANING CARO§ Automobiles and (rinks owned or ojievalotl by ', residents of Blytliuvjlle DHI-I tic ctiuippcd with t-ily liccnso plates by Sattinlay, January 10. Obtain your Ing now and avoid penalty. Tags arc availanlt: al n:v oKkc in tliu city hull. SIDNEY CRAIG City Clerk

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