The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 16, 1938
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MONDAY, MAY 16, 1038 E FIERI HELD funeral Services Held For Prominent Carulhersville Resident BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS She's a Lucky 'Gold Digger' CAHUTHKHSVllJ,E.Mo., May 15 —r-'iilimal services f u r Edward ! William .Slitufo, 70. were held lux I afternoon ai three o'clock IK tin' I'rcsbytcrlan Church, conducted by Hie Hev. Wayne \v. Gray. Mr. Shade, a resident of this city since 10011, died laM Thursday ovrnln" from complications of .slight .slml '•, In HID past recent inoiuhs, and l,is advanced years. Hi- was Ijocn in Tiffin, Ohio DI 'J, 1S6I. In April, 1M)7, IK; m s mirrlrd to Miss Minnie .Slahl, II,n, ' ill Die four children horn to this' union surviving. One son, charhs Robert .Shade, died in lais. Mi Rliudo was buried beside bis :,on in Uttle Prairie cr-mctery hero tins alteration. Who/I Mr. Shade first came lo Caruthcr.svilli;, ), c was ji.ssocwlr-d with Mr. J. W. Worst in n heading mill, in 1304 he bccnine- connected with the Pcmiscot County Laud ami Coo|H-rjige Co., and remained with the company nnlil his deatli. For many years he was a. nicinlx i of the Hoard of Directors and also idenl of Die Elk Clnite Drainage District. He was a member of the board of directors and vice president of the Caruthersvllle Building and Loan Association, from tlie organisation of the con), pany until he retired iu is;ig. He was treasurer and a director of the Pemiscot County Abstract and Investment Co., for many years He served, two terms as an Associate Member of the County Court and was part owner of the Shade . : i«!jlor company, no\v operated by "liis son, Leonard, for a number of yo.m. On April 5, 1937, Mr. and Mrs Sliade celebrated (heir Golden Wedding Anniversary, their children and friends making the colc- bralion one of the season's social functions. Surviving Mr. Shade nre his wife. Mrs. Minnie Jane Shade; three children, Howard, Leonard and Many, all of this city; and two grandchildren, Patricia and janic. Mr. Shade was the son of Charles •mil Kathryn Shade, who were born n Germany. Pallbearers were: Chris Melivlc. Moi-rcll DeReign. H. N. Arnold, s. G. Ross, Claude Nelson. C. Huntley. Honorary pallbearers vere C. P. Bloker, S. P. Reynolds larry LUzelfelncr, Wilson Beartlon, Judge T. R. Cole, Dr. C. C. Castles 1.. W. Hood, H. u Bales, Dave Itlffninn, Fred Wheeler. J. H. Moore, and R. H. Mnsgrnve, At the Hospitals Mrs. Bonnie Mac Lilly, of Ml, vns dismissed froai the Blytheville io\p>Uil yesterday alter having un- /ergone an operation. Mrs. Mary Arnold, of Leachvillo. was dismissed from the Walls hos- lilal yesterday. J. B. Grissom. of Slcele. was! dismissed from Die Walls hospital j estcrday. ] Mrs. Lonnle Baty and baby, of Ifckntan, were removed to their lome yesterday from the Blylhevlllo lospilal. Albert Ward underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis eisterday at the Blylheville hos- ilal. Edward Lee King, of Huffman, •as admitted lo the Walls hospital esterday. Collins Tulles was admitted to ie Blytheville hospital last night-. Carolyn Ann Peterson underwent n emergency operation for appen- icltl.s yesterday at the Walls hos- M;il. Mrs. R,. L. Trimue has been ad- iilt«l to the Walls hospital to: vnlmeiit. Mrs. Ruby ccarli. of Manila, im- AVhen 103 chorus girls agree unanimously on the beauty and talent of one of tlieir number, the young lady must really have something. Well, that's precisely what happened to Elhelreda Leopold, pictured above in a classic gown, who was named by her fellow chprines in the movie "Gold Diggers in Paris" to take a trip to- New York and Paris with all expenses paid by Warner Brothers. And it's easy enough to see why Ethelreda • was picked. denvent a major operation today at the Walls hospital. Herbert Nolan, of Cooler, was admitted to the Walls hospital Ihis morning. Herschcl Naraiuore, of Dell, \vas admitted to the Blytheville bos Dital Ihis morning for treatment Earl Cirlgss, of Wilson, is n pa tient at' tlie St. Josephs hospita Memphis, i Max Ilollman. of Steele, ha been . admitted to the Meniphi Mrlhodisf hospital. Wilson Henry, who has bee quite ill at his home for a week was taken to the Memphis Metho [list hospital today in a Cobb nra hulance, where he will undergo ni examination. Mrs. Jlcnry nceoni panied him. Files Divorce Suit Algie Crotts has file;! suit, h chancery court hero seeking a di vorce from Cordin Crotl.s on Ih ground of indignities. K. E. Alexan llclief Workers Strike SAN RAFAEL, Cal. (01 s )—Tim tor cutlers In .1 Slute Relief caui[ staged a sit-down strike for wage? corresponding those paid WI workers. They voluntarily exempted the kitchen crew from the strike order. Tijjhl worm or com adjustment lack of lubrication, or tires Ilial are not properly inflated are the most, frequent causes of difficult .steering. Orders Are Orders Boss Says Move 'Em Be Sure to Check These Cars & Prices 1933 Chevrolet Coach $127 New fires, Motor A-1 condition. \Ve need this space. Yours for only 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor New tires and seal covers. Color black \vilh cream wheels. This car is |ierfed $157 1929 Model A Pick-up 5 now tires nnd I!)3S license. Rnns Rood, only PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT ROY CALVIN, Mgr. 5th & Walnut Phone 810 Griulualjoii Exercises Be Combined Wild Spring festival Friday Nighl OSCKOLA, Ark., May' n;.' Timily-liw .seniors, tin 1 ' huui-sl i:r:«lii!Utii!< in (ho .sclHxil'K history, will hold their i;i:ulnation i xei'cises combined with iho an- liiiiul Kprlnij Fesllval cm the cam- Mis of Ihe jii|;h H-hool nn Fiid.iy uithl, Mny au, j| was iinnouiiml ludiiy by Orai'gc n. n,,, T , M1 , n .,,. j Hill •lull-Ill n( cily schools. ! J'upils from "the K iac|i. ...cliool \\v'M |>arlld|«it<- in ihc pri>';iam of j drama, miLsic and .sonu, under (he jiHicclion of Miss Catherine u ; ,j- 'M'll. music leacher. and K, W I Carknrrt, glee club instructor! I . limb Kdrijigimi, om- t ,i (h,, f< mi . honor Kiadiiales. has been us lhi> li.slivnl (|iieeii. win, Thrace liamscy ns kinn. Tlie hvi-nly- thrce iv'inniniiiij seniors will serve us imc>i)i]iinl.s 1,1 Die klnt' and ijiic'en. The baccalameate .sermon was in-cached by the liev. li, o. Morehead, pastor aj the Methodist! chinch. Sunday inornint;. Other niadiialmi; activities in- cl.ule the recitals Monday and I iicsdny nights of the piano pu- |)i!s of Miss Catherine Harwell nnd tin? annual Junior-Senior banquet at, the high school Thursday night. Members of (he senior class Include: nilly, Charles Boyle Jimmie Chiles, James Driver Seymour Lockhart. Thrucc Ramsey Russell Rrlnmillcr, J. T Ilhonils' aim Shcddan. uiiiy silverblall.' Frank Tompkhis. Robert Wave Otis., Johnson, Ann Scmuics Dnr- "lers. Margaret Burton, Martha June Cartmight. DOCI.S Counts Joyce Co\, Mary Virginia Gromcr Ruth Kdrington. Helen Gibson Marjoiie Mill. Dixie Lee Qiiimi Nancy Margaret Tucker, inul Lurline Wilson. Honor graduates arc Marenret, Biiflon. Ruth Eilringlon, Doris Counts and Blllte Silvcrblatt. British Train In Visit U. S. LONDON (UP) — Another famous British train, (he Coronation Scot, is to be shown in the United .stales and .Canada. The (ram first will IK sent lo the New York World • Fair next year, and afterward will tour Cnnniln. U'oiii:in's C'DiincIl Mi'i'ls The Wfljiiiin's raiindl of Urn Chilsllan t'hiJi'i 1 )] iiirl Wi'ilnc.silny iifU'iiiuon ni (lie home of Miss illm Knyhucli, Tln-y shuliwl ft ujrti'r frurn llu 1 Inwk "As l Haw Afrlt-ii" utter which (he hnsicss wrvetl clcllKlnfiil ri'fr.'shinciil.s. The next mwlliiK will be lit, the home of Mrs. Frank Morgan wllli Miss Knyburk us iiruuruin li-ailiT, Htitish Family Has 19 LONDON (UP)—Mr. and Mrs. nert Fisher, of Somerset, say they! have the family in Great.' Britain. They have seven boys and) 12 Bills, tlie eldest of whom is 30i and the youngest ». . •'•• Society Sll'i'ls Mis. Ployd Mutlils was hostess lo the Woman's Missionary K<idcty of thf MiHhoillst t'hurcli nl Ihr homi' of Mrs. .). W. CKildcn W«l- ni'.sda.y ullniioon with 20 munlK'r.s urcwnl. Mrs, J, \V. Slmxlcr had <hai>;i> nf ihc iirogruni «ntl was very ably assisti-d by Mines, Floyd MiUhi.s. c. S. Haldwin, \1. o. Hlntcr, Boil Hall ami J. W. Gulden. Mrs. •I. T. lluckley pie.shk'd over tlio Inisiness scMlim In the a\>scm:<. ol Die |>n'Khlciil, Mrs. Jc.sse Miles, 'Ihe Ucv. J. T. Kvllls disHilssi-d tilt! iiioi-liiij; with pruyi-r. Kajillsl Circles Meet The Ruth Uandall ehcle had n very inlcir.slhig lucc-tiiifc' nttlivliumr of Mrs. c;. C. McOlimey will) eleven niomhers and three visitors. Mines Knelbcrl and Mitchell and Miss Ditrr. The meeting was opened will) n .soiii! "Piillh of Our Fathers" which was followed hy the lilble study by Mrs. C.. C. Martin. Mrs E. If, Ilarrell. Mrs. Win. Huirman read nn article on fnith which was followed by four inticles on Faith composed by Mrs, Ilarrell. civen by Mines. Holes, Hen liradcn 'l,e- lioy Bnlnes and II. L. Galnert 'MLS Him-ell closed the mretlnr; 'wllh the reading of l\v o iwms of her own composition. Mrs. cdlliml das- od the niceling with prayer. Mrs. W. M. Randall wns hostess lo Die members of the Klsle Clor circle Wednesday aflernooji wllh ten members present nnd two visitors, Mrs. Stanley nnd Mrs unlock. The meeting was opened with •sons; followed by prnyer liy Mrs S. E. Nethcry. Mrs. Gladys' Moor'e was in charge of the program, discussing a chapter frcdii the book "Tlie Onllfiic of Bible Study". Dur- hifi Ihe business session that, followed Mrs. W. M. Hoffman wns elected chairman of the circle since the present chairman, Mrs' M. Kinley, is leaving after u, e close of school. The Lena Lnir circle of Die M.1|>- tist church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.' Clinton winters. Eight, members and one new member, Mrs. Andrew Winters. altenclccl. A short business session was held with Mrs. M. Frye ... Mrs. Frye (save the lilbln study and had charm- cif (he. pro- tir»in, ijlvlnu n vcrv InlrrcsljiiK nrllele on "The t.lfe i;[ Mis. Knn- nh- Heck." The mcclim- wus ills- missed widi prayer n t\ er which tin' hostess served il,'ll (: hlfii| re- rri'sliiiieiHs The chvlc ihen i>nvi> Mrs, ,l,ie llamelbai'k a I mil shower. Klchai-d K,,| m lias Illrllitlay r.ulv Mis llymnii Koiin ciiiiipllmcnt- ed her Mm, Hlchard, wllh a birthday pariy Tut'fldny iiftcmoon. U bclni! ihe youni- fellow's founh birthday. Alwnl Ihlrly Diesis weiv pri'sent and the children hud n "Ice lime loasllnit. Wrliiers and a'l'T which Mis, Kulin sem'd a poiliiin nl |li,. Milhday cake ami bevel 'iire.s. Woman'., eh,!, .M,,,.| s Will. .Mis. Creeuwell 'I'hi- iVciman's Club held K S ]r |;- ll'nr llleelill|{ nl ()„. I,,,,,,,, ,, f Mls K. K (iieeimell wllti 20 members ilUendin,;. Mrs. J. |). li,,rti,. y Wll . s in chariii. of u,,, pn )n ,,, m , m ,i[i|,.,| '"ihaiiichinry Idiles" and wns llsslsled by Minr.s. M.iyd Mathls. IMIIC.M i.e|]c-r, Ijiinni' 'niomjisou. Honstun llnckley. J. M, Murlislmll J. W. <iiititi-n. Mr.s. Morhsliidt, Ihc I'M'.sident. in-Midcd (U, r |,i|. u,,. ,,, 1N |. ness M-sslon ai whin, u,,,,, |, vvas dec:ld,,l (he club would extend an InvlluMon lo Mis. Samuel Keull m Nc«- Vork city (d uive an Illustrated li'clur,. i,, t|,|. s ,,[ (v , „„ Jmu , aj which is iii l( | ( .,. ,!„. auspices ,,| the Municipal opera nssncialiiiii m ol. i.oui.s, K. A.'.v .Mce( The 1(, ,v.s of Hi,. U:,|,Usl church met at Ihe home of ihdr lender, Miss Wanda Mills Wednesday evening, wilh n good nllcnd- nnce mid mic new nu'inliei; lilair Moore. Miss Milk opened UIK mccl- li'B with prayer j,f|(. r which she led mi hiteiesliiic program on "Japan" and wiis assisted bv llussel Mi 1 Donald, Frank Hawey, Ciene Pryc Kenneth (•'eieeand ,,,„( })j]i v u'hllir.' Miss tlerlnide Mcl'luMscm, who has just coinpletod a business comse at Memphis, Temi.. arrived home Kridny r«r a visit wild her piu-ents. Mr, and Mrs. y>. s. M,,, Plicrson. Mr. nnd Mrs. ],. V. McDonald "lid daushtcrs. Clco and Shirley Ann. nnd Mr. McDmuild's brother Floyd McDonald, of 1 invar, Mom, visiteu friends In Dlythcvllle Kri- day, Thursday the Messrs. McDonald visited In lieclor ,Ark. Tills Is the Hist lime in 22 years the brothers have seen each other. Mr. McDonald left for Jefferson City. Mo.. Fi-iday evenlhi; to vlsil his son. Tinner McDonald, before returning home. Mrs. Curl McDaniels and Miss Edna Klumrie were In CuiutheiK- Ille Friday visiting Miss Helen Iliunrn. , Mrs. : Irene Hargrove nnd (linich- PAGE THREE tei', Dolls, who have been in St. Louts Ihc past month vlsllln^ the .former's .sLslw. Mis, n, n. .sturncs, have retmiied lie,,, f,,,. „ V | s n M .| ()| Ili-r bnillivr.s. Me.ssis. Uosen anil C. I'. Wells, Hi. W, K. l,iinhHiii;h, aeeomnaii- li'il Ills lidhrr. (i. II. IJiiiliaiii'h m Arbyrd, in Memphis VWdiir.sda.V whcie the .lullcr will reci-lvi- medical lieulinent, <!. <.' flDdi-es (if I'amijonhl. Ark Is lii'ie H-liiiiK l,|s daiiithK'r,, Mrs. V. V. -Sehiunacher ,sr. Mrs. H. CI. Mnihstadt <i[ Dcxli-r is here ilslilnit her son and wit,., Mr. and Mrs .mini Mmhsimli. MKsi'.s .Mvi'l Ashley inul Kll/.n- heth Khnw ol Delinil, Mic)),. me line vNiinic th,.| r pau-nis ie.sjii.i- Ilvely. Mr, and Mrs, Ctelll Ashley .'"'<l .Mr. and Mrs. Khaw, Miss (li'orrle A.shl-.y ,,| (.•.,)„. (llrardi-iiu is In iv iilso vi'.ll mi- her pai'riil;,, Mr. and Mr;. Clint Ashley. C'hus. J. Mni'i-iin mnile u hnsl- ni'.v.- nip 1,1 Mrnipiiis Wt-ihic.scliiy. Mi:.s I.II.-ilJ,. I),,,,,- ,,f |<,,,s (^.((y wlm lias been vl.slllni! In Decl'ji 1 Alt.. Is hen- yisliin,. Mr, tind Mrs. Air, "nil Mr;;. A. (i, .Sanders and dnuidiiix MI.VJ .Jiisvniliii-. <if l.ii- sister. resiH'Ctlvely. Mrs. Vlriilnl.i Ni'Wlierry, who is seilon.sly 111 m Ihe linpilst linspllul In Memphis Mrs, 11. li. Mast,.,;.,™ | s siibsllun- Init fur Mrs. Ninvbciry. who Is „ memljer of (hi- hlsjh sclmol laeiitly, Mrs. A. I), 'nibble and son. Hobby. :ue In liuindsvllle. Mo,. vls|i- Ini; her iiiollM-r. M rK . (;. I'. C.'resap ' Miss oilvc llaiker, n member m" Ihe hlrji liehooi lanilty, was culled to lu-r 1-ome ii, Crofton, Neb on tKvminl of | hi- serious Illness other father. Boy Plunderers Conceal Loot in River Cave HOUSTON. Tex. (Ul'l — 1'r.ob.i- llon Ollli'i-r A. O. Tnylor has hiok- en up a band of Ji|vi'nllt- cave- lobbi'is who plimdeieil nM< ] hid (heir iool tu Die old-lime milliner of river Ililcm. The youniislers, ii|-es !;| | () n_ used a liivw- cav.' In (he du-rnol hank of While Oak bayou as a hideout. Many of MM; boys lived In Die rnvi- for days at a lime nn food taken from cafes and homos-. They entered ihe ciive llmvnuh u tunnel from the top of the baycm bank. There, iiicy masted stolen chickens. Inside II10 cave, Taylor found .stolen bicycles, dollilng, pistols, niiln acc'e.s.scirles. cinlous of elen- I'clles and scores of other niilclr.s. "iiiv «kiiT"\Viis KiTfof I'inipli'a and Itlcniishus from ('(iiisli|i!ili()n" says Vei'iin Kchlepn: "Since- uslni- Adlerlkn (lie plnniles are (-one. My .sklu [x smooth nnd Blows with hcullb." Adlerlkn washes DOTH bowels, inul relieves constipation Dull' .so urieii ani-ravales a bad complexion. Klrby nros. Drill: Co. Dentists Agree Women Are More Courageous TUIA-A. Okla. iUI')..-.|)(.>leitales to the Oklahoma Denial fkiclety wild they wen' nsbiimiil to ndnill, II Inn n Wfliiinn p.dlent | ;; „„„•,, , ;0 ,i m(|L1 fins thini a man. "When a woman makes till her mind ID (•» u, (I,,, dentist, S lio i;oes throiiKli wit), ii." . s ,,|,| D r j ' A ' Wells, Sluiwnee, Okla. "Dm, ' n )( l men -why, ihey w\ inskli- the ol- Ifcc, or even In tlie chair, and suddenly IT,| M .|,||,,,,. ., prcvldll.s eni'ilre. llieni," Wells reealied an exjierlenci: In hi". M'hnnl wi,ik In (Jhlciil;o, lie «'<is n mcmbei o| a class wiurhlii|< tome ili>))i,,| ivmji done nml Ine iwilnil was ii husky -soldier. T1 M . I soldier .-.sit up tn ihc chair ami willed his Imnv. "l!«y.." he |-a,.ed. "I vvcllt up him .hum inn win, •ni,. 0< |, m . ,,,, a .,,. J'''ll, and I've laml jilcniy ,,| M. !H;>. bin I ean'l MCI- Ihi.;," Ami »,,i <" Ihc I'hiilr lie s|)rani(. fil-iixe Air Shelter Boasts Cocktail Bar (.'IIICIIKKTHII, Knu. (Ul>)—'Hi,- w.vl liixiirlona nli-riild shelter in (henl llrlliiln in,.,; been hnllt, on all cstalc nl liosliani, near l, m ., mviied by .s. (leslelner, well-known yachtsman. The jihi'llff is nndeiiiealh n WK AUK NOW SHOWING 01 Hi NKW 1<(,'!8 AUTO SEAT COVERS jloivcr-iloekcrt rock garden, It will w used Iti prate time ns well as in wiir. His two children will bo a)j!e lo Piny us usue.1, obvious of iho simmer of enemy MrcrnU overhead in- ol (Hi; horrors of poison fjas. ( The shcllcr Is 50'feet Ions and In built of iclntorcod concrete with bombproof bricks nml mnrblo fiii'lniis. It Is In Dm form of a jwvsutje unking Mis i wo ii OU .sou, with easy meets to i.w.'h, n Is filled with ullra-mwlcm steel furniture iiiHl n hluh-pe-TCrcd radio .set lin.-i Ijf'CII Installed. Tt><' slH'lu-i- diso contains n rock- Uill bur, icimis Inbl,' and im Wl- tjiilloii niiiiailiim cojilalnlm; tr 0 n|- cid (Isli. 'Mi» heaviest rainfall In f/>!i AiiKflrs wns In IBM, wiifn mnr o limn (ill Indus of rain HI PILES OFTEN INCITE RELATED DISORDERS More distressing sometimes thrill the |)llos themselves nvu Ihe vn- liwii.s wi'omliiry ctlsordcrs often loinid [issoclnli'd with rectiil d(s- t'ase.s. As Hie ehnrt IniHeules, piles may lj<> n eiuisulivc fuclui' It) heud- nrhis, ili.>niii|ii>)iirnt of deration, ilvi'i 1 or kidney Iroiibic, rhdimn- ll) "". nml niiniy other common IllK. • New Slylos & • New Low $1.95 up Insdillnllon «t No Kxlni Cost A COMI'I.I'VI'M STOCK , I'OU Al,l, MAKIO CAItS WE URGE YOU COMB TO Headquarters f1 «r Atilo Kent Covers Hoforc Yon Huy. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. ,1111 iv- Wainni st: I'll. «j; I've never favored one articular cigarette, Mr. I'icnnl. 1 can see 'on do (hough. Do you nil Ca me h ilijfmin ?' Picard's game seems effortless. He's a long driver-in a tight spot, a heady strategist. "A cigarette, too, has to be sized up from a lot of angles," he says. FAMOUS COLFERS-mcn who need iron nerves p,nl l lam ls for that winning sirolce-md millions of other people under the strain of everyday life-all appreciate (his fact: Camels suit your cigatctiu taste from every angle. Naturally, CAAJEJ.S SHT YOU RJGMT! 'i'herc-s a world of enjoyment in ;. ci s .i r ette like iliat. Smoke Camels yourself. !>« why they arc so different. And note particularly the greater pleasure and contentment you experience from Camel's tntlicr labatteil On the air Monday nights E-D-D-I-E C-A-N-T-O-R! Amrrica** grcal fun-maker and personalty brou|[!u 10 you by Camel ci'saretici, ever? ^tondly nrjrh( over Columbu Nctirortc. Sec (he radio luting in ynut local newspaper for the correct lime. On the air Tuesday nights BENNY GOODMAN THI "KINO OF SW;NG" lltjf ihc (trtal C.oodman Swing '' E.S.T. ; r m F_n.S.T.), 7:30 pm C.S.T,, (.jo pm M.S.T.. 5:30 cm P.S.T., over Columbia Network. smoke Camels, the more 1 appreciate smoothness and mildness -the real mildness lhac's easy on ihc iliroai. Camels never lire my tasic. Von knnw, I bear so many top.flii;lii] Camclssctyoii right!" •"LOADING SHI?'in a 60-hour stretch," says Captain Francis Dolan, "a man can't be Fussy about food. 1 like a few Camels during and after meals 'for digestion's sake.' I sure jjkc the comfort and contentment of Camels at mealtimes." HELEN STANSBURY,Director of Women's Traffic for United Air Lines, says on the subject of cigarettes: "I choose Camels for their mildness ami good rich taste. They're never harsh. When the pace I go fatigues me, a Camel gives me a 'lift.'" ONE SMOKER TEttS ANOTHER Camels are a matchless blend ol finer, MORE EXPENSIVETOBACCOS "Turkish and Domestic. CAMELS AGREE WITH ME Jf you have piles, send for a Ini'lIB Ivoll-lllDslrnlcil free book pubHsliril by the Thornton & Ml- iioi- Cllliic, Bultc 2010, (12il MeOee St., KHIUIIH City, Mo. it will en- lUsliien you on Hie .wrlmis mid ulii'n treaehfrotis nulure of piles mid ollitr rcclnl Ills, it, will tell you how focal Infection ( s now often traced lo plle.s (niltn ns iniiclt IIH, lo diseased tcelh or tonsils. The book will give you much helpful (Klvice, and will tell of the numerous pnllom.s who have found relief nl the Thornton & Minor Clinic—one of the largest nnd oldest In America—without general mieslhelie, or the nsunl hosplfnl experience, 'flu: book Is free for the usklni?. It win Iw mulled you In lilfiln K-rniippr nnd without nh- TOBACCO PLANTERS SAY: "We smoke Camels because * we know tobacco" At auctions, Marvin Hollomnn, well- known planter,sees t'nmel buyers ji.iy lop prices for Die finer |;rnclra of bin crops. Mr, Hollo- mnn snys: "AlniiL- tinns llu- buyers pay more nnd lake tlie real choice- lots of tobacco. That's why we tobacco planters, who know tobacco quatily inside and out, make Camel our cigarette. Then we're sure we're smok- i»J(T finer, COSTUEK tobaccos, anil they sure make a biij ijiirercnco!" 41 I'm a tobacco planter," says Mr. T.,Strickland, who sold his highest grade tobacco to those Camel buyers boiiftht up the finest lots of my tobacco. And they sure bid np to net them. There's a bip difference in those expensive Camel tobaccos—so I smoke Camels myself. And there's your reason why most planters I know smoke Camels." Mm T. Bone, who cultivates some of North Carolina's choicest leaf lo- bacco, remarks on the sale of his Inst rop: "Yes sir! I saw my best lots go for Camel cigarettes, and you can bet those Camel suycrs paid ton prices for them. It's no wonder I smoke the cigarette Hade of finer, more expensive tobaccos — Camels! Most planters smoke •amels loo, for smokers who grow :obacco frwoiu tobacco.", J. Runa'di MUM £*>»B. NttU C

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