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PAGE TWO B1,YTHRV1LLB. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1931 s • Osceola Society—Personal Society Calendar Bliss Arkansas Thursday Tlie Pilgrim Lutheran church Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. L. Atchlson, 13<W West Ash street. Tlie Armorel P. T. A. Is meeting, at 2 o'clock. The Thursday Luncheon club Is being entertained by Mrs. Husscll Phillips. Mrs. C. E. Atkinson is hostess to the Young Matrons Bridge club. Mrs. A. Conway Is having the Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. J. S. Gesell is having tho Thursday Rook club at ter home on Chickasawba avenue. 'Mrs. Max Meyers and Mrs. Jw Meyers arc .entertaining the Jewish Ladies Aid society nt the home of the former at 1:30 o'clock. Friday ' The American Legion Auxiliary will have a benefit bridge and rook party at the Woman's club at 2:30 o'clock, The World'Day of Prayer is te- ing observed with special program at the First Methodist church. Scveniernlh Century 1'ainUr^ Are Studied. The seventeenth century painters of Flanders and Holland were studied by members of the Delphian chapter .who attended the meeting at the Hotel Noble today. • Mrs. U. S. Branson, as leader, gave a resume of !he theme, followed by these discussions: "Ru- bei J Sho- ben's Pupils," Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh of Osceola; "Dutch Painting of the Sixteenth Century," Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise;. "Study of Pictures by Ru• ben, Van Dyck and Hals," Mrs. W. i. Deuton. In the business session, presided •over by the president, Mrs. James •B. Clark, It was voted to send a telegram lo Little Rock endorsing tlie proposed $50,000 appropriation for crippled children's work In the 'state! Centetcry Association Meets. , The Maple Grove cemetery asso- ' elation.met with Mrs .J. G. Sudbury,Tuesday afternoon for 'n busi- ••'ness and social meeting attended by H members. Reports, showed'that the-treasury 'is depleted and it was voted to urge "lotoivnefs to contribute any amounl to the treasurer, Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, so' that some work niay be done oh beautifying the cemetery. Mrs. J. G. Smlbury, Mrs. Sallie Hubler..nnd Mrs. John Durhan were.'nanied "a. nominal ing committee to report at next month's meet ing; '"^ ., ' '-,.."'. ' :•'"•. Mrs.'J.'c. Cobb,' a charter meni- • her who now lives in Hopkinsville Ky., and Mrs. J. C. Styles, who has beerr'nulle 111, were included Ii those present. . . New Bridge Club Kormcit. A new bridge club has been or eanized .which is to meet on Tuesday afternoons with these members: Mesdames. Hobert Elliott, Earl Buckley, Robert Grimes, M. Fltz- anroions, L. B. Taliferro, Sam Mn- nntt, R. S. Carmen and Oscar Bailey. For the first party this week Mrs. Oscar Bailey was hostess. Mrs. Robert Grimes won the prize, a luncheon set. Mrs. Bailey served a chicken salad with a frozen dessert and tea. Class Meets, . Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vollnicr were visitors In JOTcsboro Sunday as uui'.its of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas I^uiey who formerly lived here. Mrs. Fannle Day, who has been quite 111, is nov convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby arc spending today in Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, Mr. jand Mrs. R. P. Klrshncr motored .to Memphis Monday afternoon. i Itussell Phillips Is attending to 'business In Memphis today. ' Otto Kochlltzky is attending to I j business in points of Kentucky. , C. B. McKenzle, of Sun Diego, : Oil. who was connected with 'Hie ! Courier Neus six years ago, is vis- j Hius here (or several days. . Bob Purvis, of Memphis, Ls now iconnci-icd wllh the New Dixie Store company. • Mrs. L. K. Mci-'all is n patient jat the Memphis Baptist hospittlal. I Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Ward are spending today In Memphis. • Omar Lutes Ls a patient at the >, Memphis baptist hospital. I Miss Thelma Worthington, who has been ill several days. Is now Improving. Willie A. Lawson, county I superintendent, was a visitor at n captivating smile such ns Hughes lust cvcnlny where she art- now that pretty Kallierluc D.ivis. idciit of Montgomery, Ala., Knth- This Male Went C. O. D, ill? towns In the northeastern pnrt, f the state. Captain Frank Hawks. | amous speed flyer, was the judge. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnn and J. E. Crltz arc at Yarbro and Blackwat- Jaiiy to Attend teiiL-m Party. cr today for meetings of the bsys and girls 4-H clubs. Miss Pauline I.nng returned to- man's club promises to be one of he outstanding social events of the eason. A number of unusually attractive prizes have been donated and there vlll be an award for tlie high scorer at each table. Mrs. Fxlgar Boruin Is in charge of arrangements. • « * Tuesday Hook Club ness visitor In the city tcday. Mrs. J. H. Cromer and Mrs. R H. Cromer, ol Osceola, shopped here todny. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech are expected to return today from Litlle Hock where they spent a short time. C. W. Afllick and W. B. Tanner arc in .Memphis todny on business -Mrs. Fred W. Scbatz Is expected j, Mrs. L. S. .Mitchell Ictt tho attcr- | noun's lesson taken from the club's study tj:a, Soviet Ituuia, at the meeting of the literary department iof thi: Progressive club entertained at the home of Mrs. J. W. Edriug- lon yesterday afternoon. j Mr.s. Claude Porrin discussed ^"i'r.e Babel Tower of Nationalities," JMrs. W. E. Hunt talked on "Main 1 Currents in the Foreign I'cik-y," and Mis. Gcoige Edrhigum sjavt paper on "The General Staff of the j World Revolution." Delicious refreshments were seiv- cil following tho lesson. The Lnilies Guild of Calvary | Episcopal church met nt the church i Monday aftcriKun. Rev. C.C.Uurke] ct Mariannn, pastor of the church, ' .met with the organi/iitlon and pre! seined in an interesting talk, the I history of the Prayer Book. Mrs. Roland Green of BlylhovIHe and Mrs. J. A. Pigg of Osceola wire hr,«tc-scs at a dinner party here yesterday ai Mrs. Piijg's home honoring their father, M. B. Max' well, on t!:e occasion of his Vlith liiith.day. which also marks pvacti- cnlly n Inlf ccntr.ry's residence in Mississippi county, where Mr. Maxwell is a well-known farmer. The 8»eE!s included Hiram CDX. Wilso'i Burehficld, J. L. Williams, I. A. There were so many prcssliie business matters to uttoiid to, It seems, that two-year-old i'rank It, Smith left hla motlici- at Cincinnati, 0,, whero Ihey were uo(h visiting, Jo travel alone by passenger bus to his home in Atlanta. Just to avoid any difficulty en route, ho was sent C. (). D. to hi3 dad. Ho IB sliown hero as ho passed through Kiioxville. hrcns, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ira Parkluust, Mrs. George I to nn ' lve '«lay from Helena for a. R. Crockett and Mrs. Margaret H.! vlslt W|U| XIr - and Mrs. A. Con- Minot were hostesses to members i wa >'of the Tuesday Hook club for a I'eggy Foley, daughter of Mr. and party this week B iven at Mrs. "Lawrence j I,. How ton, Mr. and Mrs. George I Ballouc, J. A. Pigg ar.;l Wallace] Sumners, all of Osceola; Miss Em- j ma Claire Harriston of Wilson.' Ulan Maxwell and ,\fi=s Mary Nell Waldrcn, both of Memphis. Twelve members attended a program meeting of the Methodist I Woman's Missionary society. Mrs. I W. L. Segar.s led the afternoon's I lessen with parts taken by Mrs. J. |W. rarlnston and Mrs. W.'B. Flnnnigan. • * * H. H. Brooks and Wallace Sumners shared honors at a birthday dinner given by Mrs. Brooks and Mr. Sumneis 1 mother, Mrs. M. L. I Sumners, ai Mrs. Brooks' home on 1 1-Idte AVC. and the danger ot health, risks | Valentine decorations adorn:-d the through fcod contamination.'- 'table as did the birthday cake with There seems to be no ajicmoii j 'if 1 "';'' J ap ^'°; ?" estsr ,' ) f. s ,' flcs _ Mr ' I cf spades, Nor(h dlscardi::^ the ,ce of diamonds, a-iiih con- t nuc-s with (he seven of >.'.-- f. which North trumps with the :/jr of hearts. Rather than set up the queen. c( diamonds' for (he declarer, North returns the s?ven of hearts v.-hich the declarer wins and pieki up South's two remaining lieaiti and wins his quo?!! of spades ami his Jack of hearts, lie leads a club, winning in the dummy with the ace, but mus: scant North the king cf clubs. By properly lestiiti? the bidding -.nd the play. North nnd South hav: takin six tricks and therefore I ive dcfeaU-:i u:e doelurcr'j contract two tricks. Carriage License Prise us TORONTO, Or.'.., '.UP i t 1 :::] — Ona li:catrc w:!! l:c mnrriace license, o. 1 tickets," is the pri/« tot awarded lo the TI::T:-.' .'• Ui undergraduate who Ls .''•> 'tb; perfect femak'." a::ci the fell lie he. picks. "Varsity," the lumersity students' daily, is prim';'." a : erirs cf 20 qnessi-m "by wli.ui any io- mnle can be judc.?d." !!:<• .inive:- i sity's co-eds will be iravSLtl on qucstionaire, v.-iih ten ;ra::il:- :-.s ' highest possible rcur,? en uny ' question. Each marker mi;;'. rtAy en iiis uwn p;rs:nal whenever possible, it is stipulated. Typical questions are "Hc\v particular is she about crooked hts- iery seams and unsightly shoulder slrai-'oV" and "Wou!<i shj apt to wear an evcninc; drrss-ti a football game?" SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTKEt MAUY Every liomcmakcr who buys :nu handles food slioi.ld realize tlu' :::i- portancc of sanitary food prott;Jii3n these days that any person Ing from a cold shnll isolate iiuii- sclf from his fellow workers, bit", too little attention is paid to this measure in the home kitchen. It is true that It Is often ln>po:>slb:e ! diaries Maxwell, Dwight Archer, AT. L. Sumnsrs. Robert Sumners, Mrs. L. C. Ray and Miss Martha Ray. for the woman who does her ovvn work and has "just, a'cold" to 1 out of the kitchen. f -1 i the Parkhurst home- Tlic tf.!ll:s, red tapers and cherry decoration's emphasized the George; Washington motif, also seen-in the- delectable two course maim served at one o'clock. The afternoon was spent In playing rook. Hi-Lfaglli: Orgnniicd A "Hi League" lias been formed in the Lake Street Methodist church among boys and girls who arc in the sixth, teventii ami eighth grades of school. These officers will tv?rvc: Mayme Perry, president: Chuck Long, vice president; Helen Hughes, tnry; Gcrrildinc who h« been 111 from pneumonia in Memphis Bnptist hospital, is removed from tlie iiospitnl ami probably be brought home this. , . , . ., week. Her grandmother, Mrs. M. s. muc!l lo l> role(:t - llor '•' lllll V- Thu Sieger, spent Sunday with her ! sliver and lllshc3 " scd b 5' w mcn 'L. M. Matthews of apring'tlc-ld,' bel ' who i:as n CcM sl!01 "' 1 L " ^'~ Mo., is attending to usiuess here The Ladies Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met Monday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. C. JC. Eui'.cii. Mrs. George Ecirin'-ton of" covering 1 her nose' and'- Aoutf, 'l??' 11 ^"'" 10 "" 1 , s ? lvicc - Mrs.-William C-owgur read a paper on mis- flonsry -,.-o:i i:i Africa and Mrs. Ucb Crcmer discussed the work o: the church in China. Delicious re- freslimerts were served following BRIDGE BY WM. K. McKENXEV Secretary American Uri tliree of 1'rarts whirh dummy League fcrccd to win with the nee. The conventions of bridge ar' nothing more or less than a card language, and to better this language is understood, the better The declarer must endeavor I NEW BIRTH OF THE DIAMOND ! NEW YORK, IUF)— An ilisc 1 ous American invention makes - it | possible to cut-the facets ct" dia- rm'nds :r.ec]:^n;cai!y in^ter.a of by I hand, as has koeu the extern fc centuries. The facets are en:, with mathematical accuracy, bringing out the latent brilliancy of the gems as never before. get Into Ins own hand in order to \?ad trump He therefore leads the eight of diamonds from dummy, j :-bridge you will play. Each bid and I w l»!e it U customary for iecciid i eacli can! played should convey a definite message to your partner. NORTH S—10-2 H -j i^ —/-"t-^ rteT D—O-IO- 9-8 C-A-i- 10-8- j jwith several thicknesses of checse- ,i I cloth, mask-fashion, while she is baking and cooking, ^lic will dci 1 eretl with boiling water and ;>1' lowed to stand five minuU's befcrr washing with the rest cf the dis'n- I es. This is particularly true cf the service which conies in contact with the person's mouth. Sii££cstions for Dish H'ashcis tile H-'rC-a- J-10. 5 C— J SOUTH-DEALER C— 3-2 S-A-X-1-7 H-98-6?- u— A- 5 C-U-J-3 After dishes, t'las.ware nnd iilii-r. they treasurer; Charles Elfr.inkfi roporlcv. The group will meet each Sunday evening nt 6 o'clock. Fraternity Meets. The Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity had a business meeting at the Hotel Noble last evening. Included in those prctent were Pete Scott, Alvln Musgravc, J. Tipton, II. Met- Thc Euzclian Sunday school class icck and William nyrd. of Cnru- Osceola Club Women to Give Radio Program OSCEOLA, Ark., Ftb 111—Broiil- casting over station WREC, the "S te^l'irfT toiel PenbMly, Memphis, members! if the Osceola Women's Progressive ' :!ub will present a varied program it 9 o'clock Friday morning. Mrs. W. E. limit will talk on •.ttsslssippi county resources. Miss Emma Cox, cashier of the B.ink of Mrs. C. C. Ban-en was hostess to tr-.s Baptist Woman 1 .; Missionary Union ciUeriainini; 12 member' Mrs. R. II. Jones led (lie Royal Ie«cn for the afternoon on various phases Service ]wit htiis 'of Hie !,-sm by Mrs. Ida Tut-kor. . thorough scr.i|:u;.g, cf | .\!rs. Andrew Horiiia. Mrs M limners and Rev. C. E. Welch. A of.the First Baptist church held monthly business meeting with Mrs. J. W. Uadlcy last evening, attended by nine members. thersvillc, nnd Logan Woolcy aim" J. W. Gibbs, o{ thid city, as guests. Women \Vfll Observe After the transaction of routine ! World Day of Trajcr. business a brief social hour was enjoyed. P. T. A. K»s Program. . For the program of the Langc The program for the observance of tho World Day o3 Prayer, to be presented at the First Met'.iodis church Friday afternoon with women from several churches laking . _ „. Parent-Teacher association ycstcr- : part, will be a unit of intcr-dcnom day afternoon Mrs. George W. Dil- • (national observance being carrlci lahuhty and the Rev. E. Z. New- (out In all countries. som were the speakers. Jifrs. Dilla- j h Osceola, will make a shoiL. talk and Mrs. John W. Edrlngton will sh, B . Ekron News Notes Mrs. Porter Smith, hail as het EtMst the past week, licr sister Mr.i. May .Shcrrod of Caiawny -Miss Elizabeth Jordan spent'the past week in' Blythtvlllc with friends. Mrs. E. L. Franks nnrt children spent Thursday in BlylhcviU- with relatives. Mrs. Ted Holland shopped in Blythcville Thursday afternocn. Mr. J. R. Ford had as his guests for the wr.'k end. Mr. Elmer" Turd of Blylhcvlllc- HoHcn earner had as his ns i:ot ns the dish wo.-:hor can stand. They should tlu'ii be rinsed in scalding water. Gin.ss',i.\rG will sl,ii:d very hot water if ii i; jilnccd fl.it In a pan and scaldiiv.; .water poured into the pan until '.he glnss is covered. An excellent v,-,iv to su:Ky water delieici;s f.ilad c.Mirse was serve:! ng the Warren Lesmcister .-inrt John At.iriln. both of J.inesboro. were week-end gues-t 1 ! i:i Osceola Mrs. G. B. Slaves an;i N-lscn Se^rave.i <;ient Mcna.iy in Mcm])his. 'Hie Uitltlirip; The .iiictiPn and contract bidding w;;uld I-.; the same- South w.ulci start with one spade, West would ovcrcaii with two clubs, \"o;th| would pass, East would bid tv,-o| hearts. Soutli pass. W,?st 'miyht be i justified in biding three clubs, butj East would, so t-> three hearts. ! The P!ay Sou;li has llie cpcninc; lentl. His spade suit is tb^ strongest, nnd holding nee nnd king, the king is led to tell pnrlner that, you Irold cither the ace or queen. Dumhiy would piny small nnd North, th-? partner cf (lie oiiciiing leader, now has an opportunity to talk. If lie plays the 10 spot, he will as!-: his parincr to continue with spades, v, hile if 1:,:- plays his small one— the deuce -he will ask his par:uer for n shifi. As he wants tile ace of hearts taken o;it before hand t^ play !oiv. North can easily i h-V cc'.int his partner for the ace of .liainor.ris. As an qiicnin^ bid requires two and one-half tricks,! South has cnly shown up with the ao? and king of spades. He does nrt hold the ace or khifj of clubsj North himself holds (he king ofj diamonds, and West has bid hearts, therefore the only pcssiblc side trick South could have is the ace of diamonds. N'orth should Jump right in with the- kins of diamonds in order to lead spades through the declarer. He returns the 10 of spades, declarer plavs small. ar.rt,Kcath,wins with the jack nnd returns the ace ' First—in ihs dough. Then in the oven. You can be sura of perfect bakings in usiti'j- .<* rinso the silver is to put it from 1 Dr. an-l M;-s c M " H-i-rrti. lleni ' ts lakon c;it bcforc tllj xvasliins into a colander p'.ire:! in were in Memphis sotiay wi-»rc"Di- ! tl)n<ios are conUill;c ''. -Nortirs n Ini-ge pan. rm.r bj;Iin-; water Har.vel! a'.l»nt!erl the ^.g^,^ I Proper play is the deuce of spades. 1 over silver to cover. Lit!, t^nnder Medical association. ' *" Bridge is a partnership game and from pan nr.d py'.ish sihi': 1 on clean towel. Tlie silver will iiry as soon ns Ifitccl from (he bosUn-,' water but will Icok blurry :i no: -jkip-;;!. China should be arrnnmci -.D that lit, cnn be rinsed on bo'.h ?:;!cs aiul special attention should !:.» given the rims of cups. Di^hc.s uhioii have been properly rinsed in .-\aiain.-; water will not need 10 b.- wiped. so the sanitary precaution is also n time saver. All fruits and vcjelable* ihat nro to be served raw :;l:ouUl i;t (h=r- oujhly washed thrcu^h nnny Mis=es I--c-.iisc Jonc-s nut! Lueillc ' - Wel.'h who arc attendin Smith should listen to what iiis partner has to sny and should not Jo-.u-slnro spent the week-end with l-ii'ir families here. A very Wiili« also a student at the Baptist college. Jcr.eshoro. \i.i.; tiielr ques' ever lii? iveek-e:id. church; "A Witnessing Cliurch". faeveral women were appointed to f\iA Baptist church; "Witncssins serve the Red Cross hot lunchss j Through the ASCS"". First Chris- next week in carrj'iuk out the pro- i( a n cliurch; "Witnessing In a gram started several weeks ago New Age", First Presbyterian which will be continued until Mar. ' church. 10. There are now about 25 chil- j There will be special mmlc [or - dren being served hot lunches daily. | the program Miss Gladys Hardm's room won : o'clock. Edwanl Ryan of Ixwt Cane was the guest of Tip Mangtun last week end. Enrl Hill was tiw guest of Mifs Dicle Laccy. Sur.cl;iy. If milk bottles arc r.o: capped wl-.rr. iilleti. the (op ot ;je battle siic.uld be held at nn .tn;> under running; water before o;-.: - n-.iv. Tli.^ beginning at 2:30' . the dollar prise for having the mx: ] All women- ol the city nrc in- mothers present. | vitrd to attend. . A large crowd attended the party unprotected top ot n milk bsttie given at Mr. Albert Saiidford's! ca " accumulate much tin.: and t:- hcmc at Dcarninn Saturday eve- 1 comc failed Ihroush liaiidhn;. ning lionoring llv marrbgi- of hisj As soon as meat comes (v;m the niece. Miss Effic Mac Ryan to Mr.;" u r>:c'. i- should be ivinovi'ri from Jnmcs Smith. CooncJ Discusses i SENTENCED TO FAUJ1 >«aUon ,81610 SchcoL . EVANSVILLE. Ind., lUI'i — A The Sunday school council of year's sentence to his father's farm the Hrst Presbyterian church met | was imposed niwn n IG-jearVnl with Mr. and Xfrs. Roy Walton last 1 boy, found guilty of nn amo theft, evening for the monthly meeting, j by Juvenile Jud« Williams here. In .discussing the annual Daily; It was the boy's rec.ind olfcnsc and Vacation Bible school, sponsored by should he miss a Sunday-School or this church, plans were deferred! Church session, or come to Kvans- ••- • vu lather. . i the wrap;i:r.p: jupr: 1 and i;ntns;!l- -- SHOTCil'x I1I.AST IH.A3IKD liAN'CHOrT, Neb.. (UP)—Reverberation from the discharge of'ai shctBim. aceidrntally dropped, was 1 oolirvc.-l !.-, bave cnuscd tl;.? death of William Fiissue. ciiy marshal hen-. Fn-jj-e's car drum was brnkcn by the d-'lonjtion nf the gun and streptococci meningitis Miss Ruby Joe Dii-ksou was the lately p!:u--,:l in the ice b.-:; guests ol Miss Marjoric earner.'. Plenty ol sunlight and fivsh r,ir | nierciai AH)i;n WASHINCJTON. cUPl— Over -i.- 5CO persons (iisnblcd through acci- deai or riKeasi- w.>rc physically and vcc:itior.ni:.v rehabilitated and pl.ic rcl iiernianeiuly :,;:• winje-carn i , r::ip!oyiv ?nt ia^t ye.Tr by stale nc- rncir, oiiraluiir iintier the Fcdrrnl il=ard fnr Vocational Education. t'r'c iwa/d's IV;uris sho-,v 85 TEAK OI.I) VAPI-.l; FOIM) MEMPHIS. (Ut'i-A cepv of a paper 81 years 1?. I?! 1 " 01 -i 1 . 1 cc »'m'-ie with the .spades. Certainly his partner docs not, wnnt him t^ lend cli:Ks and perhaps set. that long suit for tho declarer. He. is probably trying '.o say, "Takr | tl'.e trump ncc out o£ the dummy, i partner." therefore South leads the, BESTlDiCin SHE KNOWS OF Says "Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound" Announcing Sunday. arc a.s necessary in the kn.-hen as Mr- nnd Mis. Onley Stone sront i in any c'.hjr rc=m in th- hoti"- scvcral dnys nt Deli last week with. Focd prepared iu a d.v'< duslv ' I kitchen cannot be ai Us be<t Mrs. Stone's parents. Miss Cora Lee Colcman visited I the Ekron school Wednesday. Mr. K. K. Jordan nnd Canur jpcnt Sunday in vilh I Daily Menu BREAKFAST -S'.c.ud until next • month. The placing ol! vil lc unaccompanied by his lather. w two new teachers was also taken up. j ne will be sent to tl-.e peu:i:r.tlary.| Cluh EnlcrtAincii Members tract i bcr, guc-sl the Hubert L. Potter yesterday afternoon. _. In the bridge games Mrs. Floyd tlfirxl then pays five dollars on a^ A. White won IK? piizo, hosiery, 'tank account. The 26th endoiscrj James S:mlh. The hostess served a delicious' fashes llie cheek The checks are . talad with sandwiches and coffee, j six inches wide and lo Inches-long. Road Courier News Want Ads. ."?:""! rcil! - «ta'". crisp u.iiik... Ik, cclTre. syiup. recency. . tn i!ir Meniphis C'ni- jiiieni." WLS found here Au-.rne I he items' co; - t.-.ined in i; wcio: "f.'otton five to Lrven cents." A l:r:ie-l .-,<! "N'oi n Tt. Iff-yrrs, Ri.— "I.ydia E. I'ink- tirs X'r^etaliln (loinjKiinitl is th<: IH -t leciicinn J rvi r te.iril of. until 1 rouEtln'r ( my \uv.i~< work. lilj-tnMriic-nl):,- tho \ egrtnt> Cniii[Ki'ii.tl a it snliuuy he.id-iche hc.ul." and "Scc.m" nt S'.O to S43 ;. llicti iiie Hij:s- slrcasthri.nl me. ISi-.sido i:iy own liuusownrk T nin now working in a restaurant anil f fefl Ixilrrttianllnveinltireoycar.-i.ninjw my k-tier will he the means of le.iilinR some rilicr woman lo better health."--5. BOITIIA KIVCKS, 2'JM 1'olk St., Ft. Mcvcrs. riorida. .secured thi; services (if Hoy Willis, until intchiiuic, to t;ikc cluii'^'o ut our Raybestos Brake Testing Machine and in addition lo (jiving tiic lincst brake survic. between Jlempbis and St. l.uiiis \vo al.su oii'c!' n superior auto repair service. Jlr. NVillis welcomes the opportunity observing you. Free Brake Testing Hot lunclv?s are enjoyed by the' $10,000 change hands. The recipi Gasoline—(Ml—Tires and Accessories Washing, Creubin.u ;iml Polishing Auto Hcpairinir and Ravbcstns lirake Service rhon« 31.1 Corner Ash & Hroariv.;>y A plan (,-: jt-.veivc n.-.ti.-::.;', under rr.:iM.~.v.itii a i.v ::, 5 N.i- iion:ujs! ;overr.:r.ein o: Chlnx- DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST BAY : .( You Have Less Than a ."Month's Time in Which to Kile Your It:come Tax Ketiti W. J. PECK AUDITING COMPANY .1. T. I'almor .1. I". l.i"-i hone 52 .\ccnuitlants and Tax I-Xpi.rts (ilinicoe lii •'-.•

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