The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1939 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 4, 1939
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9.30 Marries lii California Awards Made For Many Exhibits .In 4-H Club Work Departments First, sccohd itn'd tliird places at tlic County Pah; in the 4-H Club departmcnl were awarded ns follows: Cotton: D & p L— Lillian Dime)), Blyllievillc, m. !.; Kci'ui'ctl) Mal- Ihews, m. 1, Manila; Burroii Anderson, Wilscii 1U. 1. . Cotton: Sloneville— Jim Henry Lutes, Rt. 2, Blyluevlllc; Dorothy Parrlsli. Blylhcvillc; Illnc Gray, Lcaclwillc R.P.D. . Cotton: Re wdcn— Kenneth Matthews, Jim Henry Lutes, llershel Gaines, Rt, 1, Blytlicvlllc. Corn: Ten cArs while— Lnverne Owens, H(,. ]. Manila; \V, O. Mcd- lick, lit. 1, Manila; Chris Tomp, Biirdelte. Corn: Ten ears yellow James Parrish, Blythcville; Jim Henry Lutes; W. O. Medlock. . Legumes: 1-4 bale alfalfa—Jclm Perry HoUingsworlh, Rl. 1; Richard Swain, Rl. 1, Blyllieville; Eu- seiie Hcnson, HI, 2, Blyiheville, Legumes: 1-4 bale soybean—Burron Anderson; John Perry Holllngs- wcrlli; Oean Matthews, Manila B P. D. One stalk Delsta soybeans—Robert' Bcnnirieid, Rt. 3, Blythcville; Eugene Widner, HI. 3, Blyllieville; Cecil Benneiield, Rt. 3, Blythcville One stalk Mammoth Brown soybeans — Cecil Bcnnclield; Orval Shaneyfelt, Rt, 3, Blytlieville; Juan- itn Neal, B:x 987, Blyiheville. ' One stalk Arkspy soybeans—Chris Tcmpkins; 'Burk Svvain, Rt. 1 Blytheville; Burk Swain. Sweet Potatoes (Porto Rico) — John R. Frost, Dycss; Cecil Bennefield; J. b. Johnscn, Rt. 1, Blytiic- villc. Sweet Polaloesr-Nancy Hall—Sylvia Dmilap, Armorcl; no entry; "no entry. Irish Potatoes: While — G. W. Limsfcri], Rl. 2, Blytheville; Dorothy Pari'lsli, Blyllievillc; W. O. Medlock. , Irish potatoes: red — JuaniUi Thompson, Dress; John R. Prosl; Kenneth Lowe, Rl. 1, Manila. Largest pumpkin—Kenneth Matthews; Richard Swain, Rt. l, Blytheville; Virginia L:wc, Rt. J, Manila. Jr. Dill pig—Leroy Wadkins, Bly- Ihevillb; L. H. Atilry, Burdette; Rti- dol.nli Lambert, Rt. l, Blytlieville. Jr. Male—Harold Boyd, Rl. 1, Blytheville; Rudolph Lambert; Har- BLYTHEV1LLE, .(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mrs, Fred shell Jr., of Highlands Calif,, above, was before hci- rcccu marriage Miss Loreue Pounds daughter of Mr. and Mrs w II Pctmds of Cooler. Former Cooler Girl Marries Californiai COOTER, Mo., Oct. 4.—Mr. nnd Mrs. \V. H. Pounds are today 1111- nounclng the marriage of' theh daughter, Miss Lorene, to Pred Shell Jr., (vliicli occurred at Hie Baptist Cliureh Wash., on Sept. is. Okaiicymi old Boyd. Senior Gill—Juanita Anderson, Armorel; Chss. Anderson, Annorcl; W. O. Anderson, Armorel. . Senior 1 male— Leon Duclos, Rl. 1; ••BlytlibVWe";' l HKile'"B. Garrelt/ -Rt. 2, Blytlieville; Harle E. GarrfeU. Yearling Gilt— Harold Boyd; Cnr- los Bevill, Rt. I, Blythcville; Dcwitl , . , Vancleve, Rt. 1, Blythcilte. Sow & litter — Harold Boyd; . — Wayne Oxford, Rt. 3,- Blythcville; Dcwill ancleve. Beef type lieifcr under one year — W. O. Anderson; Theodore Wall!, BIyilieville; dins. Anderson. Poultry: young pen— Joyce Bca- chsm; Juunita Anderson; Ann Blackwell. Poultry: pullet— Joyce Bcacham; P. C. -Adkisson, Huffman; Ann Biacicwcii. Eggs: b'rown — Lillian Buiicli; Joyce Beachain, Rt. 2, Blythevillc. Eggs: .white— Mac swain, Rt. 1, Blytlieville; no entry; no. entry. Ciptlilhg: hand (oivel— Taiiriiidge Riddles, Rt. i, Wilson; Mary Jacobs, Dycss; Kathiilene Mcdlbck, Rt. I, Manila. Clothing: dish towel — Pauline Shaw, Rl. i, aMnila; Opal Garrelt, Rt. 2, Blyliic'viilc; Riiby Tiileikcld, Rl, 1, Manila. Clothing: col ton school dress — Martha Erbthertdn, Armorel; Ann Blackwell; Hazel Johnston. Clothing: 4-H Ifniforrh— Evelyn Cole, Rt. 1, Blythcville; Mae Swain, Rt. 1, Blytlieville; Frances iilnc, Rt, I, Wilson. Poster for girls \vardrobc— Dorothy Parrish, BIytheyiilc; Dixie Jean Meyers, Holland: Mary Nell Holmes, Rt. ^1, Blyllieville. Poster: showing one day menu — No firsi given; Jack Pollard, Ht. 1, Blyllieville; .• Emma Jean Holland, Rt. I, Blythevillc. Foods: plain muffins — Lillian Bunch; Hazel Johnston, bycss; No oilier entry. Foods: biscuits— Haw:! Johnston; no ether enlry. Yeasl roils— Ann .Black well ; Lillian Bunch; no other entry. Poster for school iuhc'li— Miiry Nell Holmes; juahlta Heed, lit. I, Blytheville; Gwendolyn Orr, Rt. i, Blytlieville. Tood: Preservation v onc jar string beans— Rosalie Duclos. Ht. 1, ,B!y- thevllle; Liiilan Bunch; no place given. .One Jar beds — Lillian Bunch; Jean Matthews. R.P.D., Milnilu; Olivia Fioley. Rl. 1, Wilson.. One jar .carrots— Rosalie buclos; Clinrlene liognn: Olivia f¥olcy. One jar tomntocs-^jahc Stiles, Rt. I, Biythcvillc; Lucy Pankc'y. Armorel; frcddic Wilson, Rt. 1> Wilson. Our. jar berries— Jean Matthews; Lillian Bunch; Mac Swain. One jar peaches or pears— Jcuii Matthews; Lillian Bunch; Taimadge Riddles, Rt, 1, Wilson. , Two jars fruit juice— Mae Swain; Jane Stiles; no entry. Meals:, one Jar beef— Jane Stiles; Jean Matthews; no entry. Meals: one jar chicken -mane Stiles; Juanita AiKlEhon; Jean _ Matthews. Collection one. Jar frull, one jar vegetables — Talmadge Kiddles; Frances Rtiie; Rosalie Duclos. ..Their attendants were Mr and Mrs. Elloh Lasher and Russell O'Kcefc of Manson, Wash. Th« bride wore a grey suit with a buff satin blouse willi black accessories They will make their home at Highlands, Calif. The bride liiis lived here f:r ii number of years, was .eradualbil from Die Cooler high school in me, and later took dietician training at the Barries hospital in St kills for three years and for several monllis has been employed in Highlands, balif. ..The bridegroom is llic son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S |,ell Br _ : o , Highlands: He was born in Seattle Wash., aild Inter mcred lo San Bernardino. Calif,, where lie uneducated, fie Is now employed in Highlands. They plan to visit in Cooler soon '.inn (he bride's parents. Mr, '•'"••' . Mrs, P:unds and with her sister Mrs. Fred Vaughn and Mr. Vaughn. Additional Locals Mrs. M. O. Usrcy is improving torn a severe cold which has confined her to her home (or iwc 'Jays. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grear and laughter. Miss Kathryn. nnd son, George, who have resided al 10S Franklin street, have moved into their.rtiew home,-on Chickasawbn line. Irs. P. L. Eiigtcr is able to be )ut after having been ill for several lays. Miss Wiiiuie Virgil Turner spent T riday and Saturday in Little Rock vherc she attended a meeting of he Arkansas Education association. 31ic is a member of the Teachers' Welfare ccinmittec. Episcopal Church Vestrymen To Meet . Vestrymen cf the St. Stephen's Episcopal church will met tonight it eight o'clock at, the Hotel No- All vestrymen are urged to rit- end, the Rev. Matthew A. Curry, oriesl'-in-cliargc, said today. p resbyterian Group Attends Conference P. f. A. Group Will Distribute Safety Seals As n means of awakening greater interest in the prevcntio cf trnflic anci other nccidcnts, th Central Parent Teachers assocln lion opened n drive today for In creased safely of slreels and high ways of Blythevillc liiid vlclnlly . The ImmediHte piXKcdure will b IhroiiRh the distribution of safet seuls wliich are to be used on let lei's nnd' packages, Mrs. clmrlc gKcr Jr.; presUlenl of the P, '1 A., snid. The seals arc about on and one half Inches square will Jletured Illustrations and educn llcnnl JSiifficstlciis .concerning nc cldenls and means of prevention. ThroiiRli the sale of these seai (he P. T. A. will raise fuutls to child welfare aclivitlcs In tin school, and through the dlstrlbu lion of the material, it, b Ji 0 pe< tliat the. public will become moi- safely conscious. Mi's. Crlggcr ftiu other olllcers of the asstclalloi ursc wholehearted co-operation li tills project, it was announced. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Oct. 4 stock market moved higher In quiet dealings AT&T Anaconda Copper Associated .DO Belli Steel '.,'. Boeing Air I,'..'.'. Chrysler Cora Cola I".' General Electric General Motors Int Harvest Montgomery Ward N Y Central ' Packard '."' Phillips Pet . Radio "'." Seheiiloy Dist '...,,.... Simmcns ' "' Socony Vac Standard Oil Texas Corp ... U S Smelt ... U S Steel .... (UP)-Th Uvcaularl loilav ' 335-! 33-; 88 3- ... 110 ... 40 1-2 ... 54 1-8 ... 53 7-8 ... 21 ... 37-8 N J 5 3-4 13 23 3-8 14 48 1-2 4(j 3-4 74 7-8 Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Oct. •! <UP)_ 'olton futures closed steady today, '!> one to four points on n market that was awaiting developments, cpen high low close 9,29 0.29 929 S22b-Ga : 893 897 830 894 J(1 » 876 818 870 878 r 802 80C 8CO 8S.5 May .... 842 840 840 84C I"' 823 828 820 825 Spots closed steady at 913, un- ihanged. York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 4 (UP)-Coton closed steady. open high low close - '•' r" 915 915 -903 010 ; . •• 884 885 880 (WO Uar 853 857 850 85U y 834 837 831 83« J «' .-.. 814 817 810 815 Spots closed nominal'a I 920, ofT 2, Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., Oct -1 UP)—Hogs: 0,000 Top, H0230 Vbs., 6,15-685 140-100 Ibs., 5.75-0.35 Bulk sews, 5.35-6.CO Cattle: 2,700 Steers, 8.75-10.75 . Slaughter steers, 0.25-11.00 Mixed yenvltngs, heifers, 7.50-9.GO Slaughter heifers. 6.25-11.00 Beef cows, -1.75-6.00 Cutters and low cutters, 3.50-4,50 Read Courier News want ads. itvau A group from the Woman's Auxil, ary of (lie First Presbytcriah church attended district grout ccnfercnce held in West Mcmphl •"estcrday. • Tliosc who niildc the trip were' Urs. G. W. Dillalumty, Mrs. James \. Overholscr, Mrs. Cora Boycl, Mrs Zal B. Harrison. Mrs. C. M. Griij' >fiss Emma Katp Richards, Mrs I. II. Houchins, Airs. p. D. Under- '.o:tl, Mrs. E. A. Ilnle, Mrs. George Muir «nd daughter. Mils Miltlrc'' Muir, and Mrs. C. B. Cook, of Dell. former Hoca]' Resident Hurt In Car Wreck Mrs. Charfe E. Brown of Green- vpocl, Miss., formerly pf Blylhe- 'ille and a sisler of Mrs. Clara 'eery, was sligliUy injured in ii ilghway accideiit near West Point Miss., late yesterday afternoon' •vhen the car in wliich she was rid- IIR overti-rned several limes Two West Point men, «ho were vltiiKstng the accident, suflercd broken legs when an auto side wiped them while Ihey were vicw- ng the wreck. .Four Greenwood urys. i,, t ] le car with Mrs. Bfoivii. were riot lurt. They were cnrbutc hoine from the fair at, Tupelo, Miss. Head Courier N e(ra u ant a ds. Head Ccurier News -,vant atls, "aVe Your Stiy beans See us about a Masscy Harris , Clipper Combine ?'", ?I foot cut - Fu» width. Straight throush separation. Power lake-off or motor driven. Ensy terms arrnuged. . Blythevilie Sjayhean Corp. S«. U.R. Si. Wlone 535 "A TiP FROM THE TOP" Prices don't maka ¥/hiskies OLD SCHI'NI.UY is if braml of the House of Schcnlcy. No finer whiskey urtbcirudt. It is... UNIQUC IN CHARACTER: full 100 pioof, yet remarkably mild anil delicate in tute. Rich flavor, it ilk sat kMiintJi, UNEQUALED IN VALUE. « Your money cannot buy a finct bonded whiskey. BOTTLED I.SB.OND (a;oritc Vast Increase In Powc Resources lii Soiulieas Is Anticipated ATLANTA, Ga,, Oct. 4. (W>)- Prlvnlc utilities hi the soulhcn; began a' vtisl expansion prognu today under Ihc double Impetus 6 a "demarcation line" on gofdrn inenl competition niid niillciiJate sharp increases In p:ivcr dcmniubj Georgia Power Company nolinced II would build n $-U«- stcitiii-clectrlu generating plant ,. Macon to produce I.OOfl.OOO klUwnl iioitrs n day. Utility officials here snlil Uw :hc Alabama Power Co. was con ilrucllng a slcani plnnt cf sm)ll!i spccificallons at Mobile, llnil Flor! dn Power and IJght Co. lind a n'ci 25,000 kilowall unit and that Huk Power Co. was ccircMerlng construe lion of a new eciicrntlug slntloi Preston Arkurlglit, aoorBln Powe Company president, snld the held I .lonhl power supply of 00,000 horse lower to be generate! al this Iviacoi plant "is the besl possible pr'co jur conlideuce In the coiilln\ici Industrial development ol the Ma con area and in Ihc cnithmed In ci'cnsc In power ricitilrciiictiU'- ro :ommci-cial nnd residential use. 1 ' He said (hat by 1942 (he com >any expected power 'demands l lie 20 per cent larger than at pros cut. "Our decision to go ahead and mild the plant now," Arkwrlgh said, "was Inllucnced by Ihc changi 11 relationships between the Ton lessee Valley Authority and prlvnti illllty companies In the soiilhcast. 1 "As long as we faced the threa of competition from, the fcdcra agency, aeflltist which no private enterprise could survive, II was im icssible lo raise additional capital lowcvcr, the receiil scttlemctit with he TVA thill, was worked ctil b> lr. Wendell Willklc, prcsidciil o lie Conunoiu\calth nnd JSoulliern rofporation, plus the nctlcn o: ongress in plnclng limitnlions-oi 'VA's activities, has to a consldcr- ble extent remcvcd tills threat and •e arc going ahead with develoi'- icnts for present and future ceds," Arkwilsht's company is subsidl- vy to Commonwealth & Southern s arc private utilities in Alabama ml Mississippi. TVA nnd Its pr>s- cctive customers bought-out (lie Joinmbiiwcallb & Southern' Ihte'r- ils in •.Tennessee. The deal vvas arricd out under an act of c;n- ress which nl the sams time soi definite limit on TVA's activities n Alabama and Mississippi. Curtain Rises tonight £ On 'Night Must Fall' Tlic advance sale of tickets foi ic Little Theater siibn-, "Nighi lust Fnll," lo be presented al th? Hy auditorium tonight, . nt clclil 'clcck, has been very good, Miss 'ntty Shrine, chairmali of Itcjtcl ommitlce, said today. / With the number of tickets al- eady sold. this.promises lo be cue f the Little Theater's largest ati- iences since Ihe group organized ircc yeans ago. Progress. Is also evident in the vile of show being done by the roim. From farce, they have ad- dhccU throtigh one ittters, cclc- 1 rated Brcadway comedies, on 'to' ils mystery drama of Emlyn Wll- ams which is by far Hie most Iflicult thing yet attempted. Read C'curicr News TOnl ads, No morn wrestling Wiih futnacp Ar nsli cansl Vbii tin riaw buy a C-lv 1 Oil Furhico ^or fir less than you'd Ihink— and, iti the bargain, bwnbis te- potl fuel savins of from i!5?S lii 50?;. ' and YOU A cleaner, more CO.TI- fortablc.moro hcalthlut home. Carc-frcj, automatic hMt — plus pUniy ot hot water summer incl wlritcr for baihS, dishes, clothii Como in and let us qt/olo prices. AUrOMAT/C HEAT Oil c.r Gd: . . , (o, Rodialdr or Wn.ffl Air lylflhil HUBBARD FURNiTURECQ. NOTICE W SALl! UNIHJH UXKOD'l'lON Notice Is hereby given Ihnl J I tile Jackson, therm of Mississippi CoVnity, Arkansas, Will on flw 28IU diiy of October, 183ff, l;e- lOTen the hours of 9:00 o'clock in be forenoon and 3:00 o'clock In no nftenwon of said dnlc, olf or siile nt public outcry, to tliu "Iglwsl blddei- on a credit of thrco niotUlls, at the South door of Ihe C'oml f louse in niyllievlllo ohU'k- asawba Dlslrlcl, MLsslsslppl County, Aiknnsas, lire following real- tMate in said district, comity .uul ilntc, lo-wll: 'll'.e West (W',i) iralf of (he Southwest (SW !-•)) Qiuti'U'rof Sfctlon.ll, 'j'o'wmhli) its North. H.11IBO II East. The |>iirclinser will be rniulrcd > Bh p e bond with good .sccuiily jor payment of (ho purchnse piice, ' '= M'curlly to bn approved by im>, ietlier with Interest from date of sate at the rale ol C. (%) pci-- cont per iinmim. Provided It the purchaser nt snld de shall be the Judgment creditor Mien In llml event siild |»ir- clinser is not lo be required to glvp said bond but give cralil on snld judiiiiicnt. "Ills sale will be made by virtue of a levy made by mci under execution issued out of the fjluiiicery Court ol ami for Ihe Cl)!cknsawlm District, of Mississippi Counly, Ar- knnsas, ,011 the 2nd day of Octo- 1 i 133!), from n Judgment rondcr- In siild Court In favor of Miiry PhllliiM nobinson, Plnlntlli, dB«ln'- »l Clyde Hoblnson, Defendant, suld oxecullon being tsstie<l In favor of sal<l Plaintiff, Witness my hand this 4tli day of October, IflSO, This sale will be made subject to n mortgage In favor of the Uiumiess Men's Assurance Co. of HALE JACKSON, Sticrill. Hy Hay.momi Uomtir, D.S. 5-10 PAGE No, (5907 and Elllotl Johns, ot nl W eio 15e frntlnnis, will wll at public atw lion lo the holiest nnd ticsl bid- (lor, for cash, 0 » n credit of llilcc Monllis, ut (ho front door of tliu Court House, between the houia Ulytltpvlllo, Arknnsiis, on the ilr.l ilny of Qoto'ljw, 103D, tho followliut renl estate, lo-\vll: t.Ot Tlueo (31 nnd \hc \vejt Half (W'i) of Ii)l TWO (2) Ulock I'our 14), ]);iv| s Second Addition lo IJIylhiM'llle, Arknii- MU>, Said snlc will bo had to su'llsfy ™w (tfcrci! in (ho sum of $1001.11), ivllh 10 iit'i- tent Intcrcsl from April 15, 19H9 mid cosls, Tliu purchaser nt. suld snlo will j required lo execute bond with ..ip.'ovt'd security, to wcurc the piiynionl of Iho purchnsc money, Did n Urn will bo retained upon :l property us iidtllllonnl scciir- ty for ilio (Miymoiil of Midi pur- (•liiiso money. Vllnt'ss my Imnd and (he swl of snld Court, oil (his, tlic 25 dnv of Sc|H., 1033. IIARVKY MORRIS Coinmlisionei In Clwnceiy. Chicago Wheat Tho pony Express" ilio state or Aiizona. high lo Poc. 803-8 811-8 ; 80 B2'l-4 80 813-8) 1)CC. Chicago Corn open high low close 183-1 IS 5-8 485-8 49 1-1 515-8 621-2 $11-2 53 1-1 Ccurtir News wroit n.dii'- COMMISSIONKU'S SA1.1'. Notice IK hereby given iluil the uudci'styncd commissioner. In coui- .Jllnnce wltli (lie terms of n decree rendered by Ihe Clinnppvy Court or Ihe Chlcknsnwba bislrlcl of Mississippi Counly, Arknnsns mi he 9th day of ,lime, 1030, wherein Ihe Gcorgln Htulc Snylngs Asso- jlatlon, et «l was Plaiiitllf, FOR SALE! 51 HEAD 2 Yr. Old Steers itKAi)Y. K()U KKKi) W. H. Minyard HOi.UNl), J\lO. [We won't hurry Nature while she .mellows our, whisky TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS ( J. L. GUARD Optometrat , Only Graduate Optometrist m BiyliievUte, Glasses t. Pi VOlURJfCH' Idon't dihik flnyboJy Is Snun tiiungb to iraprovo on this •: . Kentucky lllll clintalo for ,ming \vlusky. The sun IIMIS tlowt) hi tlit day dim-— o:ul lliu cool brcc'/cs iilltbl, Jiisl llioiliinxw nKedur wliisky, i'dliko to luvcyouuylt) GREEN HOLLO KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WH1SKV Tills wtiluky li is XMr» old —DO Itroof /, /•'•','>''"' '"'''"'"I l'i'.; Txt, itriu ftri/r/nri. ''"'t'll'llt'iy'.lit (i«i.'|,-iWcrfi'ftirt, [I. A. l-alml iyjt,, r , „„,! tt , u /,,, ;, „„, p, j,,^,,,,, ttan Kith an?-alur itlilHIrit'. -'"-'-' '- GUARANTEED , SATISFACTION ON? Oil Slove Oil Dlciscl IHicl 'fiaclor Fuel R. C, FflRR s: l),iy 60S, Night 218 ] ' IHslrilmlor of I'lllI.Lll'S "G6" I'RODUCTS —PRESCRIPTIONS-^- Safe - - Accurate ,i Your Prescription Drugglit";, Fowler Drug Co. j; Alnlu & First Phone ill PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock '•'*, C'"nrnnteed Best Kirby Drug Stores Wert Optometrist "> "HID MAKES 'EM SEE" OUT Joe Isaacs' Store I'honc 540 o s What we were R JMIi, llicy (ell us, wasn't huill in ;i day. Well, ncilliur Vviis Lbj 1 ) 1'j'tO fUiick you sec burniiig llm ' here. You'll iiiidersliiiid wliy vvlicn you know wlmt we \vtrc aiinin;; fur. \Vo Wiii)[cd lo combine in otic etir ;ill lliu licsl we've luiirnud in our 36 years in (his b We ibink vvc'vu j|ol i( mnv. A slaml- Out jjHii-klin^ c;ir \villl actiun power am! slaying power. Il U-oiiId be- ln>|)flcss lo Iry In list l!ii; vvliulc raiific of new [culurus -^ llicre arc soiiic 72 in all. [Jut you ciin'l drive t(m car u un'l« without knou'iiif! tliiil you have ^ol liolil of suiiicLh'ing that lops anything you ever bundled. It's smoother, steadier, firliier on the line. It tfcts up and ^ocs riflii vino, and keeps ^oinj! without \vandtr, lailwag or \vitul-Svvcrvc. It lakes (lie roughest roads in its stride, and while we ilon't want to "S» liintinjl iiboiit spued, Ibis eager haby tan do forty-five in fir si! Tlio sudden, souring, niillrace power o( its hi'.Uchlebs D}'iwflasl\ ,strui^bl-t.'iglit eii^iue, electrically balanced after assembly lo n)icro- poised perfeelion, is velocity smoothed lo velvet. • V'es, this beauty is our all-time high - : lhe c;ir we've been shoolm;* at for lo! these tunny years. G'Unie drive il und you'll see why. (Viilinil & LANGSTON-WROTEN. CO. .-Vrk.

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