The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1930
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TWO BLYTHEV1LLE. (ARiOCQURIER NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities aiftl News of Women Society Calendar ful surprise was given by a girl who i Jarboc second prize, and had been extended a Javor by the Shcrt third honors. The astern Star will meet at ing. ball (or the semi-monthly meet- Wednesday to the organization. This delight- iielkamp won first prize, Thelma Louise group In tlio past. in the business meeting which • The woman's missionary union ol the First Baptist church is meet- loc at the church for a prayer service. The Jilntor High P. T. A. is • pjeetiog at the school at 3 :M o'clock .for. a bi&lness meeting and informal reception for the new teachers. Mrs. W. J. Pollard U having .the Wednesday club it the home of Mrs! A. M. Butt. The P. E. O. Is having its .irs'. nyeUng of the season at the ne of Its. T. J. Mahan wlr .a. Mahan and Mrs. H; A. Sn •• be hostesses at> a luncheon. Throday .The U. D, C. Is meeting v>ith Mirs, J. W. Bader with Mrs, T. O. Seal as leader of a program on "Southern Personalities. . The Mid-Week club Is being en- UrUlned by Mrs. Harry W. Haincs. The Jewish Ladies aid society is meeting at Manila with Mrs. Max • Barowsky as hostess, Members are meeting at the liomc of Mrs. Rowland Wolfort at 7 p. m. Mrs. Max B. R*H Is hostess to the Young Matrons Bridge club. ^.-. The Thursday Luncheon club Is etlng with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. .</ - i • Fri4»y C-^tvfhe Dorcas Sunday school class • "Of the First Baptist church Is -meeting with Mrs. J. H. Shoemaker at'7:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. .. Wert : 'al» as hostess. < The money will be placed In the I followed the party a letter was read circulating educational fund to old i ftom Paula Singleton, of Cairo, a girls who are financially unable to! ferine:- student, who is an honorary provide Iliemsilvcs with an educa- i member of the club. A vote of provide tlon. i thanks was extended John Bcmbs- Mrs. H. U Reynolds, president, i was hoslets at the delicious three course menu served during tlie business session. Two new names were presented for memberships and UICLC Mill be voted on at Ihe next meeting. Senior 1'. T. A. Rrjins Membership Campaign. The senior high school 1'arenl- Teacher association Is waging an active membership campaign beginning today and continuing for a week when home room teachers and six)i ors from the organlza- lon will . 1! on all patrons of the chool. Inductors and their sponsors arc the teachers first namely: Miss No!lie Kerr, Mrs. Frank C. Douglas; Miss Adah H. Donoho, vlrs. C. W. Ramey; Miss Selma Lcntz, Mrs. L. H. Moore; Miss aura Bassett, Mrs. T. J. Johnson; Miss Luna B. Wllhelm, Mrs. F. A. Leech; Miss Frances Parker, ifrs. T. E. King; Olcnn Durham, Mrs. J. Mell Brooks; Henry Hudson, Mrs. L. W. Gosneli; George M. Hunt, Mrs. George Sallba; Wll- lor assistance In giving t.-.e party. Hoynl Neighbors Meet. Qsceola Society—Personal TUESDAY, OCTOBER11930- Sunday In Paragould with Mr. Klrby's mother, Mrs. J. B, Klrby, who has been critically 111 but wlid Is now much better. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson have returned to their home In Helena after, visiting Mr. and Mrs, Joe Walson for Kvernl days. Mrs. J, K. Garner ha;: returned to her home In West Helena after I several days stay with her parents, ]Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. and Mrs. Jess Whit* have The charter of the local' Royal', ""' """ ««•• «5s wmr-J-.jwvc Neighbors chapter was draped at i r l"" ; , liasc(I a rcsM ence at 325 East last night's meeting in memory of i]^ avenue and moved there M(s« Lennis Welch, attractive daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Welch, and Mr. Andrew J. Florida, son of the late a. T. Florida and Mr», 'Florida, both of Osccols, were quietly married at 9 o'clock Sunday morning in Jonesboro, where Hie bride was a student at the Baptist college. They left Immediately following the ceremony or a ten days motor trip to St. Lauls and other points of interest tier which they will be at home n Osceola. The wedding, which came as a WiiMT-Hltom • The raarriigq of Mr^ Ora Milam and Mr. W. P. Wldn'er, both of this city,-took place, here Monday morning. Justice Ed Walker performed the ceremony. • J. Nortis Moon In Fayetterille Play J. ,;Norrts' Moon, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.'T. "Moon, had the leading role: In a play "Cycle Sally", presented at Fayetleyille by members of the Business -and Professional Wonten|s-elub at the Ozark theatre, Tuesday'arid Wednesday. Press accounts laud Young Moon's acting as'the hero hi an Interesting love'affair.' He Is a student at the state, university this year. WUs*i»-GarDer. , . ' Brantkj-Shtmx}. A double wedding'was solemnized - here 1 Sunday afternoon when Miss Edith Garner, of Portageville, Mo'., and Mr;.Mayps Wilson,-of Haytl, Mo., were married by Justice E. D. Walker', who also performed the ceremony for. the marriage of Miss Beulah' Sherrod and Mr. Otis Brantley, both of Portagcvllle. • * • Fearcy-Tolley, The marriage'of-Miss Willie Tolley, of this city, and KJ. Rub? Pearcy, of Decaturvllle, Tenn.. tool: place Sunday morning at the home cf Mr. .and Mrs. -Ernest Ludford on South Sixteenth street. Justice Oscar Alexander ceremony. . .- performed the Bensley-Umihr. Miss- Mildred Herring and Mr Carbie Hensfeyi both ol Leachvllle, were united in marriage here Sunday by the Rev. A. J. Hill. Cunp-Brown. ' A marriage ' license.- was issued lam D. McClurkln, Stlllwcll. Mrs. George The president, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Is In charge of tho drive. . Assembly Club Formed, Members of Ihe fourth, fifth and sixth grades literary society and the chapel group of 'the Sudbnry elementary school have been combined Into an assembly club which will have special programs on Monday mornings Irom 8:30 until 0:15 o'clock. Student officers will be In charge At n meeting today these were named: Emnmllne Page, president; Robert Scott, vice president; Morj Sue Willlngham, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J. R. Webster, Mrs, John B. Lunc and Mrs. Cecil G White, sponsors. Group singing nnd a talk by the principal, Charles A. Slnbbs, made Ihe initial program. » - * * Have Easiness Meeting At the business meeting of the woman's missionary toctely In tlv First Methodist churclv Wanda; afternoon, at the church, Mrs. W I. Dcnton conducted the devotional A financial statement was mad by Mrs. F. D. Smith, treasurer, and ether reports given by Mrs. Ira Gray, .superintendent of rtudy and Mrs.- W..'-AvStlckmon; superintendent of publicity. The scripture. Romans 8:15-25, was used by Mrs. Irn Orp.y in her lesson from the book "The Trail cf the. Conquestadors." On next Monday afternoon thc.'j women will be hostesses at the program and social meeting: Me.s- dames B. A. Lynch, M. O. Usrey, S S. Sternberg, John W,?bb, c. w! Ramsey, George M. Lee, Charles Wi'lls. C. E. Atkinson and Miss Cora Lee Colemnn, Mrs. Chnrlcs L. Santy, deceased. As Is the cii-tom In this organlza- lon E committee was appointed to resolutions of sympathy for ler (tenth so that these may be >laced lu the permanent records. It was announced that on next i W. A. Mundlng, of Memphis spent Sunday In the city as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patton. ' Whit Qcodinan spent the weekend In Memphis. Mcn(liiy"cvcmnB""Mrs™Mary'"E V i to 'V Cornelius, of Newport, are Mcore of 1-Htle Rock, state .super- I fiue ' ils of Mr - and Mrs - E - C. Patton visor deputy, will be the honored ! nnd failll| y' Mrs / Hurle y »"d ucft at a s-^lal meeting to begin ! Pa "°n »ro dsters. ut 1:30 o'clock as will all weekly M " "'"' "" Hirelings this winter. Delegates Elected To World Comcntiun. Mrs. W. T. Barnetlo and Mrs. At., Fitzslmmons were elected del- Mr. and Mrs. O, P. Moss a'r.d Mrs. T. G. Seal wtre visitors | n Memphis Monday. Matt Monaghan jr., and E ' c Patton w:re Memphis visitors Sunday. Edfll r " m wns ln Louis ..... — ....... -u, ,, tit CJCtu .. u u( ;i-, H i us egatcs to the world convention of ° ul f a >' nlld Monday for the World the Christian church to be held In „"' Washlnglon, D. C., October M 15 „ M 16, at. n meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W.- H. Stovall. Mrs. J. C, McHuncy jr., president^ also expects to represent the group nloni; o'.her members of the Board Plait; For Rally Day The 15 members of th: executive Saturday to Miss Beatrice Brown and Mr. Bradle Camp, both of Manila. ' • • • * Fersinger-Froett. . Miss Lillian Pruelt, and Mr. Leslie Pcrslnger, botli' of Leachvllle, obtained a marriage Saturday. Wilks-Smothers. , The.Rev. .A. license here , , performed board of the Woman's auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church mads plans for Rally Day in 'n mcctin" at the church Monday afternoon" Rally Day will be observed an appropriate ber 20. program on Octo- the marriage ^c^remony Saturday for the wcddlp^-of Miss Era Mac Smothers, of Holland, Mo., an-'- Slgie Wilks, of. Huntingdon, witch took place in Blyths- Byrd-Htckmoo. ' Miss Stella Mae Hickmon ,i ., .\ Mr. Charles E. Byrd, both of ;:ILS city, were' united in marriage Saturday by Justice H. L. McKnight. ' Class Plans Activities. The Beta Chi Sunday school cla=3 of the First Presbyterian church | m a meeting at Mrs. riivcs Allen's home Monday evening, made plans for winter activities. Included it) these will be Ihe refurnishing of R class room following the removal to n larger room because of (he in- Sr. |crcassd membership. A committee J.. I was appointed to investigate con 'verting the room into an informal living room. Reports showed that the ciass at- chnrch who plan to attend, Mrs. George W. Barham, acting as president, presided In the business session. The plan suggested by the librarian, Mrs. J. D. Smith, was decided upon nnd the reading contest began at this meeting and will continue until January 1. It was unanimously voted to send nn offering every quarter of the year to I Mrs. Bertha Fuller of Lltlle Rock,! state secretary, In assisting her in her work nmong the missionary societies. For a program on Jamaica, Mrs J. T. Ellis and Mrs. E. K. Latl- mer gave talks of the Christian work being clone there. Mrs. W. S. Eastburn read the poem "Our Task" and another reading was given by Mk>s MS;!G Mean. The hostess, Mesdamcs W. H Stovnll, J. T. Ellis and.J. W. Travis served a delicious plate lunch of chicken salad, toatsU crackers, cakes and coffee. * • * Xcw B. Y. P. U. Formed. Members of the nsw B. Y. P. U. group formed at the First Baptist chuich Sunday night will meet at' he church tonight, 0:15 o'clock, to go to Uflchville.for the Mississippi County Baptist''association's rally Officers elected for the new or-' jaiiization are: Bud King, prcsl- Icnt; Milton Graham, vice president; .Irene Eaton, secretary; Tull Johnson jr., treasurer; Kitty Bell Newman, group captain; Curtis Mc"arty, reporter; Virginia Huffman, ilaiiist; Othls Brackin, chorister; ,fiss Lima B. Wllhelm, sponsor. The union will be. named at the Sunday evening meeting. ' - * V Rummage Salt Planned. Plans for a rummage sale Saturday and for having the rectory redecorated occupied the attention of -the St. Stephen Episcopal Guild nembers In a meeting.Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. B. FnirP.eld. The go=ds for the sale were assorted anfl marked while business was discussed. Mrs. Dick Duncan will entertain the group next Monday. ^—— ===== __ Bits of News Mostly Personal = : Mrs. Frank Webb. Mrs. Charles .Mrs. -Dlxte Crawford tpent Sunday afternoon at "sitel" wllh Mrs. Crawford's parents. Percy Wann was a' Memphis vis ttor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.- RUey Boone''Jones sp;nt Sunday with Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Walter MUs Ailcen Ba'lrd, of Dyersburg Tenn., was the weekend guest o Sheldon Hall. . Miss UVergne Hood spent tycekend I" "-—-'• • 6 " nd »>'- T, ; Robinson and Miss motored to Paru Mrs. E M..Terry is now employed ns deputy circuit court clerk while Miss Elizabeth Elytra is 111 • and Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr had as their guests Friday Miss Helen .Gale Ingerso]l,.--!of Memphis, Is the guest of 'her an ' r Avls MUlqr and J. Graham ^tended the football in Memphis Saturday hlg'-it . The marriage of Miss Nona Estelle Jackson and Mr. Clarence I, P-^ 1 - prove, Ark., are vlsltinp Mi. and Mrs. c. R. Mcbbley arid other relatives for two weeks .Mr WcCormlck was formerly manager of the Farm Equipment company Mrs. [Jo; Halbach and two sons nave returned from Crawfordsvllle' Ark., 'where they have been for 'the past three months. Cnrl Gnnske and Bill Hamncr spent Sunday in St. Louis for the world series base ball game '• Mr. ami Mrs. G. H. Qrenr, Mrs. A. C. Hnley, accompanied by MVS J Allen Webb of Osceola, Mo.! spent the weekend at Searcy, Ark as guests of Misses Kathryii Gir-ar and Carolyn Haley who are students at Galloway college. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Webb, accompanied by the Rev. J.'Allen Webb, of Osceola. Mo.,, wero visitors in Tupelo. Miss., foi-Hlie weekend as guests of Milton Webb who is attending Tupelo Military Institute. Mrs. Ed M. Johnson, of Memphis who formerly lived hero for a number of years, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J T. Alford. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. W Wliltten had as their guests for the weekend Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Koonce and son, Poire jr.. of Memiihls. Mrs. Koonce is Mrs. Whitten's sister. Mrs J. D. Ferguson has returned to Memphis after a week's with her daughter, Mrs. W WhUtcn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stovall s- mrprise to many friends of the couple here, was quWly solemnized at the home of the Rev. D. H. Heard, pastor of the first BapUst church of Jonesboro, who officiated. The onjy guests werp Misses Lucille and Corinnc Welch, sisters of the bride, Miss Louise Jones, Wallace Sumners and Wade Quirm, al of Osceola. "The bride was'gowned in a traveling ensemble of autumn brown with hat and accessories to match. Beth Mr. and Mrs. Florida an well known In Osceola where Mrs Horida. was before her marriage i popular member of the younger so clal group and well known for. he activity In young people's organl zations of the First Baptist churcl of which her father Is pastor. Mr. Florida Is one of the best known young business men of Os- oeola. He Is associated with his brothers, succeeding their father, the late,G. T. Florida, in the Florida Real Estate Loan company, in which company, he holds the position of, secretary' and 1 treasurer. NIK.'-Harry Jones led "the Bible study lesson at the regular .business and Blb'le"'study meeting,,of the Metlicdis'l, .Woman's Missionary society held, in .the church parlors yesterday •- afternoon and : - attended by 12 members. • • * The Wornan's Missionary Union, of the Tlrst Baptist church is observing -the annual week of prayer with 'afternoon meetings yesterday, today,'Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs...Ida Tucker led the servicfe yesterday • afternoon at' a meeting heM at the licme of Mrs. D. A. Slier.-The subject was "The Trail of the Pioneer,"'taking up early religious work in this state and the ganization of the W. M. U. Parts n the program were taken by Mrs, ienry Bradford, Mrs. C. E. Butler hd Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. Butler and frs. Bowen both recounting in- Identally- the part played by mem- ?rs of tlie Bowen and Bragg fam- les in-early religious work in this ounty. A piano'solo was rendered y Mrs. Frank Shippsn and a vo- al «>lo by Mrs. D. A. Slier. Mrs. M. L. Sumners Is leading tie. service .this .afternoon at a netting to be held at her home.; trs. E. A. Tea ford will lead Weil-' icsday afternoon- at the home of .Irs. C. C. Bowen and Mrs. R. II. 'ones' will have charge of the riiurs'day afternoon 'service to be conducted at'the home of Mrs. C. . Welch. • * * The Christian Workers met yes- crday afternoon at the home of "rj. W. R. Burton. Eight members we're present' and the meeting vas. given over to the transacting f business. ',*: ' Mr. and Mra.'.Ben F. Butler, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.&iis, Miss ma Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr., D. F, Taylor and' Louie Gwaltney were among the' Osoeolans who alterfded the world scries baseball game in St. Louis Sunday. Dr. J. P. Roland and Mr. Dlggs of Hot Spring! are business visitors ere this week and guests of Dr. .oUnd's brother-in-law, Waiter Driver. Mrs. Margaret Hale has returned to her home here after a visit n Louisville, Ky., with herdaugh- er, Mrs. Charles Shontz. She was accompanied by Mrs. Shontz, who will remain for an extended visit lore. Mrs, Hugh Craig and daughter, Julia Lllliard, expect to leave Thursday for a visit with relatives in Nashville, Tenn., returning atoul the first of January. Mrs. W. J. Sheddan has recovered from a serlpus attack of ton- he Baptist college at Jonesboro, nd Misses Evalyn Emerson, Mack: Smith and Elizabeth Doyle, stu- icnl sat Jonesboro A. <fc M. col- ege, spent the week-end with their 'am Hies here. 'resbyterian Paitor and Elder Attend Synod The Rev. Mars;i M.' Callaway, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, and Oeorge R. Crockett, an elder in the church representing day for UK annual meeting of ay.'.; nod. The pastor will return Pri-';; day while Mr. Crockett plans'to*" attend to business in that pirt of i the state for aev*r»l mon , ,j,y 3 .' , This Is the first Arkansu tyiiod Mr. Callaway has attended, having only recently been transferred. from Ute Texas Presbytery Into' , this state's group. •: ' More than §,«5,rx» hunting licenses for taking wild game wero- Issued to sportsmen in the Unitcd : :he session, went to Dardanellc to- I States during the season 1828-29 ' sllltls, which kept her confined to her home last week. ; Mrs. H. A. Cartwrlght Is undergoing treatment, at Campbell's Clinic for a broken ankle which she sustained In a fall on the street In Blytheville some, weeks ago. '. O. M. Falrley, his sister, Mrs. Ely Driver and children spent the weelc-end with relatives in Princeton, Mo. Miss Louise Jones, who attends FOR HEAD stay Short and daughter. Mrs. Aaron Monday in Memphis Peterson nnd son motored to Heath, - •• - - - r Ark., Sunday where tliev were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W M. Crow tendance nreatly in attendant and membership n. 15c despi;c t , lc .1 the summer months und that several members oi the class unitcii with the church In th" recent evangelistic meeliii" The hostesses. Miss Lcoift Callicott and Mrs. Allen, served a dc- llclcta fruit desert ivith coflee who formerly lived here. Crow, who has been ill. is much better. Mrs. J; O. Sudbury Mrs. now as her !U.3£ts Sunday, Mr. and Mrrs. W. N. Robinson and (laughter. Miss Pauline, of Tlptonvlllc, Tcr.'n., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whenry of Tren- 1 , r ^^iu.uc tH!D of the school of Immacul.ite Con- beginning at 3:30 o'clock. Other things of Interest be brought up include plans for a study course to te presented by Mrs. B. A. Lynch and the election of a delegate to the state conven- tion'meeting in Jonesboro OcUber 14^- ' This'meeting promises to be an outstanding one of the years, mem- ben of the executive board bclievo. - . • . * • • » CM Kc«iTt* Gilt '..'• A member of the Business and Profetcional Women's club, in a dinner meeting Monday craning at UK Goff Hotel, nude a gift of $50 ception enteitamcd the body and teachers with party yesterday afic-noou. the out- Hicks, both of Holland. Mo., occurred here Saturday with Justice j Callicllc School Club R. L. UcKnlght performing the \ Has a Birthday Party, ceremony. | Members of the -B'SOH-II -'.**• lot the schnnl nt Donahue-Prince. - Miss Ruby Prince and 'Mr. Earl Donahue, both of Portogevllie, Mo., were married in Blytheville Saturday by the Rev. A. J. Hill. Jnlor Hl(b Teachers T« Be Given Reception. An informal reception for teachers ef the Junior high school will feature the meeting of Ihe Junior High Parent-Teacher association at the school Wednesday afternoon, club student birthday , pvm standing event of u, c sc] As the guests arrived they were served lemonade and cake by Nina Barnes, Thclma Fox. E'.izabzth Abraham and Ihclma J.'rkse A prcgram was given with these numbers: song. "Love's O:d S'.ix-st SDH"" Fannie Lee Ballcw, H'b-cci Bs-i-k " ' , well and Hnttie M: " " Mortifying Mistake," Dor. -5 Hn"itlr lending -Suppose." ' £ong "The Swing," ano solo, "Sleepy Vail, Blackwcll; reading. "A SUry," Virginia List 3111 "Mr,ssa Bob," Fnnn-.L- and Oliver Hcbura reading "Tha Ccntn-poci -' p au; Wallace- Ann . olive d. Swsel rcrdins Mildred Lynch; song -'Tlic ]lcj:-n Path" Lucille Hohnts, I.o;ii~ : gi-.or. and Rlla Bombolaski; plan: CCE of Ihe Ball,' Ice cream Marilyn Brewer Martin and d dy distributed In the prize contest. ton, Tenn., 1 and Will Friendship, Tenn. Sudbury of Csrl Ganskc attended the World Series gair.? in St. Louis Sunday. Mrs. Marcus Evrard rciurnc'd Sunday from Paragould where ?!io has been with her mother who has been seriously 111 but who is fijtt T. Mr. Evrard nnd W. M. McKenzlc motored over Sunday and a'ccom- panted her hoinc. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Tansi] ^tr and Mrs. Hubert Fly and son. John Tansil, of Memphis, were guests of s ' Mirs Evelyn Harwell, of M«i>- antia Is, the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. John F. Sanders .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stanley Mr and Mrs. E. D. oillen were visitors in Memphis Sunday. Misses Virginia and Louise Bourland. Mary Frances Stacy ard Marjorie Stewart attended tlie foot- tall game in Memphis Saturd.-> night. ' Mrs. E. M. Brysm and daughter. Miss Ellen, have as their guests Mr. nnd Mrs. T. P. Newlaml, of Fulton, Mo. They arrived Sunday and will leave to-morrow. Mrs Ncwland Is Mrs. Bryan's niece Robinson vho " ....... Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. weekend for the v „ N.ishville.. Tenn.. spent the weekend \\Ilh hc r parcuU;, Mr. and Mrs Clyde Robinson. w- Miss Ellen, Brya " accompanied bv ^[r I. Roscnlhal returned to his :m:r, In St. Louis Saturday night and Mrs. T. p. Ncwland. of y u \. ton, Mo., spent yesterday in Mcm. phis. niter of Missouri a 1 year, spent u l( u ti ing the Universil several days visit l-;rc o;T VJ'I'M- Columbia. Ciis Jiess. ' " |«cek-end at home. ' " Mr. and Mrs. E. E. C.istU-bcrrv Mrs ' °- w Sellers, of Mir,-' and Miss Dorothy I.cng of I Chopped here' yesterday. gculd were Sunday guests .,f M r ' •?•' ana" Mrs. RowlnnrMVolior;. Acro:n- " /fncm'/tt/ panled by their host and host- - "OSpllttl and Johnny Pepp. they motored Memphis Sunday afternoon football game. for Louis Story, who has been ill. several weeks, is now able to be- Olltv Mrs. .0: W. Gny, Armori-l. Fay Bruce. Keifer. were ' 1 from the hos»:t.i:. Present production of c;tv In the United states is Mun, b'S, Suffered Twenty Years— 1'raiscs New Medi• cine To All Who Suffer. Si.3phen H. Brooks. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Kirby Read courier News want ais. MR. J. L. HARDWICK. I wns sixty-eight years old an liad suffered from rheumatism nn constipation for twenty years", s Mr. J L. Hard wick. 1123 Roc Street."Litlie Rock. "I took man medicines but never received an permanent relief until I took Kon join. I completed six bottles t this medicine and both of my at ments have been greatly relievd I am going to continue with 11 treatment, until nil the poisons EU out of my system and I.-hear U recommend this medicine to anj one suffering from ailments-'slm lav to mine". There aro thousands of. gratefi Indorsements such fts this In tl fllM of Kcnjola. And when give a fair trial, of from six to clgl bottles Kcmjola will do the sam for you as it. has for others. Konjola Is sold in Blythcvill Arkansas at. Klrby Drug Store | and by all the best" druggists In a tcwr.s throughout this entire sc lion. All Wrought Up Over Nothing Didn't sleep last night; too much work; the children arc fretful; the Boss is cranky; Mrs. DeVera didn't invite you to her party. Ordinarily you doa^cin^ny of these things, but' today they are simply^tiToeSrable. You are nervous, that's why. Did you ever try Dr. Miles' Nervine? Just two teaspoonfuls in a half glass of water will quiet your over-taxed nerves and bring you a feeling of calm and peace. Dr. Miles' Nervine is now mad* in two forms—Liquid and Effervescent Tablet. Both are the same thera- peutical!?. 'At all Drug Stores. Price $1.00 They came for miles to see this fine new store-and talked about these new Hart Schaffmr & Marx SUITS now being shown at the new lowest piice in years THE NEW VALUES IN TWO TROUSER . HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS $ 35 Anyhody can build a beautiful store like ours- but nobody but Hail Sehaffner & Marx can create values like these and nobody in this section but Mead can offer them lo you. Hard service worsteds and serges tailored to fit every figure-in practical colors and newest styles. Satisfaction or Your Money C- New Mead Clothing Co.

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