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(ARK.') ;'COOhlER A. '•' "J. Social Calendar """ WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sunbeams meellns First Baptist churcli. 4 P. M - Church of Christ Bible study r^trceUiig' vJilli' Mrs -• Verne Rtlner » at 113 Vine St. " Mrs \V. J. Pollard, Mrs, Farns" worth Black and Miss Ruth Butt . having party foi Miss Sue Bull » at the Butt residence, " THURSDAY'S EVKNTB , ~ W. M.' S. first} Chmcji of /he » Nazaiene, meeting at church ' " FRIDAY'S EVENTS " Mrs Rupert Crafton cntertain- i, Ink .with night bridge jmrtv for r MISS sw Butt " "» Ci. E. S. having meeting. 8 p: m. » SATURDAY'S EVENTS « Mrs.' W. A. Alfllck having din- f ner party for Miss Sue Bull |Miss Pauline Stem and Natiiah Wemberg Mamed OSCEOLA, Ark.,— the wedding of Miss Pauline 'S^ln of Mem plils to Nathan Weinbcrg of this city was solemnized at the home of the bride's brother aiid sister, Mr. and Mrs. Irving KaU, In Memphis Sunday morning. Dr. llarry Etlclson. pastor of l)e Jewish Temple Memphis of ficlatcd > In the two families, ! ins Hoif<=e 1'art) Misses Eioise rind -Sue Ramey £ are hostesses, to four guests lor % a house paity which started Sun- S day 1 and will- continue until rri- «, day,, Guests me. Misses Sara Jo 2 and Alcnc Hopgood, of Monelte, « Ark, Miss Minic Mae Hosan of " Alton, 111., and Miss Marian Tomp- presence of the Bits of News Mostly Persona! Kresgg Princess' Divorce Bared Xms of. Burdelte. Mrs C.' W I mother of „ the hostesses, entertained with a >• swimming party Monday aflcr- ** noon at Walker park, and later " picnic siippci was spiead on (he » island in tlie park lake After " supper they \\cre guests foi a * theater pirty when they saw ~~ Dick Powcl) and Mailon Davlcs in ?-¥( "Hearts Dlv idcd " ! ^3 Today they went to lhc country £ home of Mr and Mrs J ' P. «• Tompkliii at Burdetlc foi luncli, £ a swimming pirt) will be given •- this afternoon 'at the Osccpla " swimming pool and the gills will ,J be euesls ofi the Tompklns for a ^ slumber paitv tonight before re- ft tinning here tomorrow. r * * * •! Baptist Women ' - - .' i. Have Social Meeting * The 48 wdmcnvvvlio attended the ** meeting of the. .Woman's l\Iis&Jpn-. * ary Union r of Ihe hrst Baptist' M church' Moud.iv a'tlcrnoon hud n ~ .social meeting • at the church. " Miss Luna B. Wllhclm.,. used " "Making Christ Real foi tlic 'i\<S— -votional theme Mrt Hairy Fril"" zius sang "Jesus Is Real and Pfc- Z cious to Me' with Mis .Murray '"";' "• Smart at the piano Mrs. Waller I devotional Tlic bride Is a graduate ot"Cen- tra! high bchool and _ 1ms hcen connected with Lev\ s' ieadj to wear store In Memphis. Mr. Weln- berg Is one of the ifiust pb'p'uia'r of Osceblas 'Cling business ineri, a graduate of Osceo|a Iilgh school antt owner ot Nathan Weinbeig Dry Ooods Co. They are sjxmdlnB Jlicli honcvmoon at Lookout Mountain md upon their return will- be at homo vylth Mr. Wein- bcrg's parents, Mr. and \ Mrs. Adolpii Wcliiberg, until liiclr new houic fs-cbinulcted oil Lee St Among those attending the ivcddlhg were: Mr. and ("Mrs. Adplph. Wclnbcrg, Jlyman Wcln- berg ' Mri, . 1 ouis Applchiuim of Blythcvllle, and Mr. and Mrs. ixiiils Miller of Flat River. Mo. Harvey Morris and daughtii Jeanne, will go lo Hcbcr Springs Ihe last of the week for several dnys stay with relatives, Lebii Smith Jr.. relumed toiiay ffoin Camp Crowley, near Wj'line, where lie was a counselor for tlie •icont caiiip. Enroutc , home stopped in Joncsboro for a brief slay. His brother, Jack, who spent ten days at the camp, returned seven! riajs ago ' Mtsscs Caroltn Hale) tnd Lll llan Slinvei Im6 gbnt lo Manila where tliby will teach . school '{here during (he suiiiinci scsslotl. Mr, and Mjs. W. A. pbbyris dm! daUghters, MKses Doris Hay Louise, lia'vc rctiirned from . \acalton Mr Dob) 115 bpcnt cntlrt tlmf In Port Smith white Mrs Dobjn!) and naufeliters verc a( the tvcbbsforlin conieifcnce at Caiiip Fern Clilfe, foi a \ 6ek Osccola Society — Peisonal At the uuslnes& iiiCLtlnfc, of the Christian Workers held ill. Ihe chinch \eslelday, afternoon nt vihlch Mr Ham DiUer prcii- rtcnt pitsldcd plntis v>erc made lo inlnt the civurch building, lay near vtliere was A counselor, bohyns gbing to Fort Smith ten Stile bemtor Snm M Lfcvlnc ot Pine Bhff was hi Bl>lhcUllc loda) In {he Inlcitil.^ ot hh cam palpn tor the Democratic nomlna lion toi llclitchanl BQjcinoi 116 A 111 Kiiedk at Paragonlct tonight J M Mctall bf CiHiihers\llle vias taken (o (lie Memphis Mclli iidli>l h&bpltil Sunrtaj . Mrs. Chrlslliic niakcmore Js a nllcnL al (he McmphK Metho hospital p Padtlison and ilau new cirpcCs - B 1E ) W bpoke.on "Talents" and ™*««B pf the Baptist W M " __.*_i_ ._!„-: -,,-._j , ,._ ij • . ncH at he clinch \csterrtav ifedfccorritc bomo ot the ihtorloi prei^aralorv to the cointiig of the uc;\v pnstoi the Rev. Louis Sanders of '\Viiiston- Salcm. N. C. Rev. Saundcrs ls liii- married a graduate of Vander hilt Tlnlvcrsltv Nashville ilncl since his gradimllon lias, been j^ lor of tht chinch « Dov'er Tcnn. i lie v\llr \ begin his work here (Uigustj IS r Mi's, E. L. Cole conducted the Lhc icgular business U arc visiting ln,Bav- while Mr. Padrtison prayefs were \olfjied Bishop and Mrs l-csuc 1 i Mrs Moore conducted a business session. The hostesses, Mis 1 iH Ji. v Sm)\rt, Mrs Tom \V. JacKson" l\rn> J C.VW; Aftlick, Mrs W A Grlmme'tt, Mrs. .Jesse Seaiiian a'tirt Mrs. R. W. ^ootep, seived cheese straws, cookies and punch. i * * * Junior r. i'. P. A. lias a Meeting The Junior P Y P A of the \^ "riaj aft Jof ' lhc W 1 5. Pull Oospel church met Sunday r> night'with Virginia Henry in *; charge of the piogiam Lillian Jj Hiley, Ehrabeth Oavis, Margie •- Wallace and Junior Brown gave ^ cnef "talks' Z In the roll call each answered l with a verso from the Bible The ~ meeting v-as dismissed v,ith prayer "_1 hy Nellie Boswell Ne\t Sunday night each mein- Bouen «ecrelar\ bhoued 08 mem 3ers.i>e.npllcd QIKlucrease p t ln tlth fl^l<0j4nt)striptltyi'i to misslop ary periodicals v ami cash gifts amounting to $301.95. Mrs. Hale Jackson. Margaret Fund vchiitrman read' ;a letter from Miss Elizabeth-. Ray of New Orleans, aiul Hlroshihia,. Japan, w'lid recently led lhc imisic hi a revival held here.- In which she stated she had been granted a voice scholarship to study under Pasqualc Amato, ex-Metropolitan 5 lai who Is now artist leachcr In Louisiana State University. Mrs. J. K. McCants ; was. elfected cotin- ^elol' for the Junior Girl's Aiixlli- Mrs. R. '0- :Moi-chead-.led the osplt I! fehttf, Ruth, aniia.il, Oii., . .. __, IS' a'tteitdliig 16 business In kiin- sis Citj Mo Robert Shirley, of MntnL 'Vcr- iion, 111., siienl HID week-end'hpl- tdriy with his sister. Mi's. Ciiarlcs' Aifo'rd, ah<l Mr. Allord. Bill, Lnnshe had as^hh .guest for (he Iiolldiv5 Miss Itelcn Mul lins of Nashville Fcnn Mr tnwshc, M|ES Pollynnii Buck' anil .Tlta4 .Nlcliols inptorcd to Mthi- 'j)liis> tor lief . Friday night', and she jeft Sunday afleinoon Miss Betfe Lou i'roctor lia: gone to Kansas City, Mo., Id spend six weeks willi her unblb and aunt, Mr. iind .Mrs. C. .0. ! Proetoi, She nccomu \nletl Mr' ahil Mrs Loj ^elcii who miilord up for their daughter, Martha. to return home for the sihnner vacation Q , 'f.[ts. J. D. Clime and soils. J B. and Cannet, and her father. Henry Ki'eler, of Paragouli), vyill leave toinorrow (or a motor' Irlji tlirougii norllnvest Missouri nncl perliaps Nebraska Mr and Mrs Rolind Oreen will g!o to Csccola tonight for o meeting of [lie Osceola BljEhcvllle Brl<ig6 clib al the home of Mi and' Mrs. Mason. Cn'pl. .ajirt Mrs. J. L. Ld'iiis aiid three children ot Fort Bragg N O ire gt/csts ot Mr and Mrs "Charles Pchii and Mr. and . Mrs E. B. Wobclsbn. , They are en route to Jonesboro where Capt Louis is Id bb . stationed. Mrs Joe Witson and Jhe divorce In May, 1035, ot Mrs. Do'rls . Mirier 1 .- JCrcsge, above and her royal Persian husband. Prlhco Farld' Khan Sadry, has been revealed In Paris. Mrs. kresfie, who- was divo.ccd In 1928 from Sebastian S.,KresBe, U. S. 6-and-10- ccnt store rmgmte, wed Prince Farid Jon. 30, 1933i By Helen Wclsliimcr t IJAVENTa.Jiampnddiadem', I I Or a golden locket and chain. ' I haven't a four-poster wooden ted Where a king or a queen lias aifi. XlOBODY famous eVef Kas'supjied J.^ From a cup or jilate at my ufale; ' Tliere isn't a famous (liing I cjwri , 'J'tiat a dealer would cari (d label. B UTIamriclierilrahif Ilwd 'flic wealth that the kings assign,'For I have your arms close-folding, dear, And the touch of your lips on mine. TUESDAY, JULY" 1, 1936 Property Transfers Warranty Deeds J. W. Meyer ami James' G. Cos- 'on to O. S. Corey, block No. 3 of Highland places-addition to Blyt'ne- vllle, lots 1 Ib 16 liicKislve. Turner Klssell lo E. M. Terry one acre in the northwest quarter of tiic southwest quarter of section 10, township 15 north, range li east,.being located ibout 280 north of Intersection of Missouri and Franklin streets, Blythevlilc. R. A. Greeiiway to Vlrgle hfac Klshe'r, sout'n 37 and 68-100's acre's of lot 3, In'nofthwcst quarter, section C, township 15 north, range 8 cast. • ' Estate Settled In 40 Years GREENSBURO, In. (UP)—Forty years of administration of a 480- frr- farm estate was completed with the filing' of final papers :r. Lccatur circuit corrt. ,'Ilie;, estate was that of Thomas,Morlan Hamilton, v'vho died Dec,-28, 1895, and now goes to his grand daughters, liifzabeth Lumbers, and her brother; 'Leonard 'Lumbers jr., 'of Toronto «' COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN! $100 MM NIGHT! list week Malcolm Shannon of Osccc':' (•.'»•; raited fur Hie SV5.(W —I'c v.as not present — Matting IIAN:t DUPOSIT TONIGHT — S100.00! ! 1 Today Only C<<la a (, r hiviut spci t sl> weeks here ns gin. I 1 , pf their au'ui. Mrs. John F. Leiitl.. : and Mr. Lchll. Misses Margaret Shaver -Hint Sara Jcl jJtt|l> have returnee from Hot bprings where the spent sevcial th^s Miss MlkliCd Mooic «lll have as hei guests for a few dijs Mbscs Marj Ion Wood and Oath ei-ltie Bell, of Cape Olrardcau Mo., who arrive .tonight. Miss Virginia Usllc Eastwood, Carutliersville. spent the :,\ve.ok ^hd vvitli licr aunt, Mrs,.. .Belli Wood. Miss Bab Boiid. of Marlon: . I the. guest of Miss Margrirc Shaver for several, days. Richard Jackson left \este_rdi. foi Ills home in Ci shlng pkla jiflei visiting his uncle loin \\ Jackson, and Mrs. Jacksoii. Mr. and Mr& Kel'inetli ,, Jones hive taken the \Vood nnarlinehi 1 on Doiigan avenue. Mrs. P. D. . Joyncr and ' children". have gone to Okennh Okla to spciKl six .weeks vvitli Mrs. TJby ner's parents. Miss Helen CoUngton of pon way Ark who IMS betn 111" ?ucst ol Misses Doris and rhl lulta Doiglas since rrltlaj Mill eave lomorrow atternoon for a jrlcf stij In Memphis before re CHURCH EXCUSES By G. W. Bathani- Jini; tliat'K-my-liitsbanci, say, 1 ; it's so hot now, that he thinks It jest for him to stop i!ilhki?ig ihi'tch thoughts. I am afraid llifs will go hard witli liiin as lie :ias £tic)i an a'ctivc mind he mfist Rosa Child Dies Olciin CiiKinitng's, old son of. Mr. .and Cummlngs,. died at 15 months Mrs. Pete 3:15 -o'clock Hits morning-at the family hom'e In the Rosa community after -a three weeks' illness ot colitis. ' Funeral 'services were held tills afternoon at the home with tlic Rev. Mr.- Agncw officiating. Inlei' J mcnt iwas ma<ie rit Sandy Ridge cemetery'. Tlie. Moss- Funeral Sfef- vice Is in: charge of funeVal arrangements.' - . • r: • : ber will preich ette. a short sernion- ^ Dcmccraltc WBracn Meet ~ In a meeting of the local Dehio- „ cratic. Women's club Friday, at j- -trie Hotel Noble, Miss Cora Lee Cclcman presented program BiJle sludj a(, the buslnc^, meet | | C r" Mnrj" Jo of" Npvvporf Mirnlng hohie. :Mrs. Altofd Dim is a it the Memphis Baptist - m made up of 100 questions concern- 'ing Arkansas. Tlie discussions of •" the questions and answers were J EO interesting that It was unpossi- f. ble to have all of them and they - w-ill be. asked' at another later meeting! These questions dealt •with 'Arkansas-, from the time it was a part of the Louisiana territory, > Son Bsrn.i Mr. ,and Mrs. Afcrl Raiisbot- tom, cf Sttcte, announce the birlh of a son jesterdaj at the St Jcseph's 1 hospital, Memphis. BuamSi TTotntn SIctt Plans | for a picnic at J.Valke park to' be held next Mondaj night j;ere mpde at a business meeting of. the group last nigh at, the Hpte-1.Noble. Mrs. H. P "•--"--'•• 'j; .vice-president.', pre- ing 'ot .the. Methodist- Missionary society yesterday In the churcli parlors. A leaflet on China colleges was discussed by.'Mfs. iW. L. Scgars. Other features bf the program iverc a duct by Mrs. Scgars. arid Mrs. West nntl the spiritual life csson conducted by Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Mrs,. visitor. Joe McGarrlty was Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Driver visited relatives in Huntsville, • Ala. last week, Their • children. Paul and Shirley Ann,, remained for a three weeks'visit With th'Cir grandparents. Mrs. J. T.-- Rhoads-' left last night for Carhnvlllc, .111., to attend (he be'dsiae of lie'r liiothr. Mrs. J. C. Bales, who is critically irc visiting reiativcs here, 16 Carulhersvliic today for a brief sta\ with frtaicis Miss Marv Spain Usrcj has gone (o Oklahoma Cilj Okla Ib visit for iwo weeks Dr Carl Nles accompanied by Mr and Mrs Paul H Phil irrr of Slides ville Mo motored to Memphis Sunday Miss Selma Hardln acconi] 4n led by Clarence Palmer of Mem phis spent the week, end hol'doj in Chattanooga Tenn as the gvcsts of Mr Palmer-; parents. She returned .last night. Iiilss Edria KatKerthc Hale, v\ho has beeri lea'ching summer tCd^pl it hot Springs follow in" the do e of the high school theie has arrived liomt lor a v^il with her pirerrt" h'Y and Mrs E A Hale She is a mcrtibcr of (hf Hct Springs high sclicol facultj Mrs 1 J Burkt relvirned this froni: a . visit in Dre\\ paUeiit ..osBRal Miss Bessie Deal, of Malileii Mo.. Is Hie giiest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Owen 'for a week in- ten davs. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moo'rc ,lmd as their guesls ycslerday, Mn H. C. Cook, Mrs. Jimmle Tiptcin and Miss Martha Tiplon. of Oar- ulhcrsvlllc, Haney, cl and Miss. Alice Me Kennett. Miss Mary McHaney, of, Kennett, lias tjcpi: here for several days. Imprisoned Doj Saved • i NEBRASKA CITY,-'. NCb. (UP iinprlsonedLin a hole la feet deep for three days,-Jlggs, a bull lerrlfcr belonging to Herbert Bueler, -vya; rescued.By firemen'aided by a sni'a't boy who tlCBcended' Into the shia',1 hole despite warnings from his ciders that,the dog'looked to be suffering from rabies. scmelhlng to tliiiik about, ie has wonderful control over his iiiiiti. I have known him to pprtfcnlly stop thinking for nays ,nci wlieii he ttocs he goes abbiii. n what seems io be a d:r/,L'ii tiidllicn. lie .says he believes hat for the, next month or so will liiink . iiolltlng- but polil- c.11 Ihcvjhts. 1 told him to db .his would pi't liini on a leve viiii the avcrngc, as I Ihink mbsl eyerycnc scemi; to be thiii'klng albhg political lilies. Weil.' per- laps, hot thinking but talking iifl ns Jiiii. that's-my-husb;ind, so far aboi'b the average, whet it coiiies io thinki[ig, : he. shoiili rib't allow his mind lo dwell bl Uilng's that the average is .think ing or talking about. So, lie ma, not Ihink until tlie weather cboi Ecme then he caii take up enure! iior.ghls: Get Rid of Malaria! Banish Chills aiid Feiier! To conquer Mahna, you imi=l do two Ijings. (I) Destroy iho infection iri (lie Joorf. (2) Build up thfr blocxj lo ovcr- 6'rjic ilib^cffccl? rind 16 fortify again; t. ifrllitr alfaf k. There is oijic medic inc^th'at ots Ibtsc (,wpf (Jiirips iind (hat is Grove's "(fefcffcs Chitrfpnicl Tlic.faskli-asqm- ihc iri Grove's Tasteless Ciiill Tonic Oc- !rbys.tii6 mala ririi ihfcclion in (lie blood vhilc the iron Imilcb up Ihe blood. TIio'u- an'(Is of people have conquered Malaria vilH.llic aid M Grove's Tasiclcss Chill ronic. In. adtiiliaii f o hcinj; a noted rem- •cly for Malaria, it is also an excellent on'ic (if .gfcner.il use. 0 rove's Tameless "Hill Tonic is. pleasant. to take and con- aiiw nothing harmful. Even rliHdicu like I arifl (h£y can take it safely. For ?,ilc iy, all driig stores. Nov/ f\vq sizes — 50c rind $t. Tbc St^sizc cCnfair ' I HER MOST APPEALING Hit I /•*>*»»• " st JLITTIE Miss WITHERS illatincc— II) Sclcclcii Shorts — Admission — Me— With !<• Ta\ Night— 10 & 35c— \VIIli Ic Ta\ You can attend the Ma'lihci! Tuesday, reeister, anil li a v e a Chanel! to win Bank, ncposil with- flut Ij'cilig: jirPscnf Tuesda ay imcs as ^ I'lttcK as (he SQc size and gives you 2$% more for your moricv; MANLEY TOURS •i'o iy.ilfc aiid Odit-r Points Vciy Atlractivt Prices Mrs. IE. A. Teatord ; O'sccoili, Ark. Phone ioi Dr$; Wert & Wert Over Joe Isaacs' Storo "WE iWAKF. 'EM SEE" Phone 5?0 Weds. - Thurs. Clark Gable and Jpaiicttc A!c!)onald iri 'San Francisco* W i t h Spencer Tracy, .TficU Holt, Ted Ilciily and j .Jessie J{alj>!i A thril'ffcr, i;;-. l.ifu^ svvccji'ii-| T lirrfiiiii of liiiniah cmcticns — asiiiiisl me ha'Hcjjnrtihd ct :i disaster that wrecked a mighty oily! Pnramourit News niafiiici-—10 Nigiit—io i 2Sc 35o Willi le Tax Wifli- lo Tax . . —COMING SOON— "P'pri'Y" willi .W. C. Fields. "BIG NOiSK" wilh Guy KiMice. . Felons Give U(j Bonus JOLIET, ill. (UP)—Fbtir liun^ dred iiimates .of :the IlltnolG State •md Statosville prisons rtceive^ boni-s .'checks but were forced s tb turn thcni over to prison bliic- ials ..immediately.- .Convicts wlio keep their money on deposit father than turn it over 'to (heir families are permitted to spcritt $3 a week In the commissary. Courier News classified Ads Pay. 111. June Wellborn accompanist! her as (ar as- St. .L,ouls vvhere she will visit an aunt, p Mrs.''Ktllam. Mr. and', Mrs. W. ; T., Toole antt daughter, 'Helen. spe'iiL''the weekend with relative's at' Bloomfteld, Mo. George H. .Deer is in^Fayeite- vllle all this week oh school busi-1 Phis for several days stay. Woodmen Meet Tonight Woodmen oJ the. World ,-will iicet at their hall at 7:30 tonight tor special work it has been an nouncccl by W. M. Frazier, ,'clerf: Liquid, Tablets Salve, Wbse Drops checks 'MALARIA in 3 days COLDS nrsl day Headache, 30 huiiiites ; Try "Rub-My-TIsm"— World's Best Liniment and Shaw. ;MJss. Mr. and (jirs. Raymond Schmuck ahd son. Billy, aiid Mrs.^.Josephine. Wert have, gone to -Mcm- sidsd. Reports Ehowect that tlie • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd'Rcece left tcclay^for a ; vvcek'stvisit with rel- * hut to be erected at Walker park " tives ''> F »rt Smith. ' " for the Gfrl- Scout troop, spoh- Mrs - w - H.,Bostjck. of •Nashville, ^ sored by this group, will be start-1 Term., arrived yesterday for a - cd within n short time Mlso I Visit witli her son, -,J. H. Bostick .L^e Colcman. program cliair- ~ nian. reported prcarams being tar„ ried out. •A sl-H on "What To Do when Dues . Are. Due" :vvss given with Mits Eula Epperson Miss Ihio- gc-ne Morgan and Mrs. Jess Horner . taknig .part. Duke of Greenwood, returned home after a r Birthday Parly Ivan Richards..': celebrated his * seventh ' birthday yesterday alter" noon when t«h boys and 'girls' were » his guests it his home on West " Svcamore St. 7 After several hours 6f fun, lem- * onade, candy and birthday caV.e * were served by the host's mother i Mrs ton Richards t. . * ; 5 * > ; < -J StcAk Supper ''Given *- J. Ernest Uiiiscll had a steak m supper^ last night 7 hen ten \\cic J. guests for the .stag affair. The f, three^ course meal was sened In **-* the private dining room -ot the and witc. . Mrs. Kathleen Bankston ' aiid Mrs. V. D. Miss, havt a short visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. w, H.-'Byess..Little,Vernon Duke jr.. who has spent the last two months with his aunt, relumed home with his mother. Mia; v Ethel. Jones is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs.'-Ed Plltman, at Canon Lake. Eustlc Inn with, the inEifer of ceremonies', < host as Neville Reynolds; 61 Greenwood. Miss, nas the guest of Mr. and Mrs. diaries Penn for the weekend holiday. U Miss Mary Catherine. Gloria aiid Joan Lemn, have, retvrried to their home in Sand Springs, 'TORONTO, Out. (UP) — Lucy Hethsrington, 15. .whcj has undergone 28 operations-'in' Hie past eight years, is believed slowly winning, her co.uragepus fight against osteomyelitis, or tfce ' Inflammation ot Indian 1 teak companies lose several elephants each year because pf cobra fetes. A bife on I'jje tip bf tlie trunk, or on thc.foot at Ihe base ; ' of .•..tSe.'-.loehiil),- proves-'fatal to ari eiephanl lii afout three 'hours, ATTENTION CANDIDATES! ,1 can lurnlsh you correct lists"'61 boha' fide voters, arranged alphabetically, by school districts. CHEAP. C. J.' LITTLE, Kale Bldg., Biytiie'ville ROXY THEATRE Special Attraction Weds. - f hiirs., Jiily 8 -!) Fight! Fight! Fight! t'ichircs of Max Schmeling has a FREE GIFT FUM, UGUCATESSEN. HNE Cheeses tor all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Jiilce & Oingcr Ale FRESH YARD EQas DAIL.V I'lCKARD'S GKO. & MEAT MARKET Phone .673 —We Deliver 10U chickasaiTBa ORDERS TAKEN FOR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs.. A. C, Haley J10D Chlckasawba' Phone .192 Joe Louis ROUND HY ROUND—BLOW I3Y RLOW DON'T MISS THE KNOCKOilT! A Bis Show! Those who have seen the fifiht picture say it's a HEAL SHOW! 'Also With Added Feature 1'lcturc 'Panic on the Air' with Lew Ayres —ADAitSSlON— JSatincc—10 anrl 25c—With Ic Tax N'ight—10 and 35c—With Ic tax BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN WARE Think of u!. This Dutch, Oven, cooking tc 't rt h d t wp aau< * -^absofaiflj' FREE wi Majestic'R^dge purcHai n'eek. AH have chfomlui cool biikelite knobs am handles. Triplfc weight- for |ears 6f service! M ppabs b any. id Ihit i lids, large -built SEE THE GRAND SHOWING OF THE WORLD -FAMOUS a T HE Great Najat'tc is the onS •• iaog'e supremely worthy of * •, Iplice in your kiicheo; Its ultra- 'rriodemdesignandspotless gleam- 1 JiogbcaiiiywiU blend perfectly with | lyour kitchen furnishings,- and it^ i unsurpassed cooking and baking j ibilily will be an endless.source of, ! joyandsatisfact!oa:Makcitapoio$ t lo see this range: PermitusiopoinV i cut its maoy new and exclusive!ea« j I futes; Let us explain how ciif i^ ; Is to own a Majestic; AndKmcmj |; j- ber-theMaiestic^hibitanddeaij ' ; onsttation; and this free kitchtnr \ : ware offer axe limited ta'ttii'Seiel^. , tmfy Don't miss them] . : THE CHOICE OF THREE OENERAtiO.NS

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