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PAGE TWO BLYTTEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS J MONDAY, _OCTOBER_J),_ Social Calendar ' TUESDAY'S EVENTS Bingo party, Catholic hall, P. M. " ' Young Matrons Bridge club, Mrs. W. C. Higginson, hostess. Fidclis Sunday school class o 1 . First Baptist- church mt'clme ;•.'• churcli. Senior High P. T. A. cMcutiv board meeting, 2:45 P. M.. follower- by regular meet Ing, 3:30 P. M.. high school auditorium. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Contract ^'I'luu. Mr». !•'. B. Joyner, hostess. Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. Everett. B. Gee,' host MS. U. D. C. will meet with Mrs. S. P. Martin. MliT-Weck Bridge club. Mrs. W. L. Horncr,. lujstess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS AmiTican Legion Auxiliary meeting uilh Mrs. F. P. Jacob Grid or. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children cf Confederacy mccl- ii:s with Miv Martha Hobbins nt Stcetc. C. Of C. Klects Officers. Ths James Rudcilc chapter ot i he Children of thc Confederacy, K junior organization of the El- Mott Fletcher chnpler of Ihe Untt- ici Daughters of thc Confederacy, have elected Ihesc officers for Ihe new year: Miss Patty Shane, president; Miss Evelyn Smart, secretary and treasurer: Miss Martha liobbins of Stcelc. Mo., historian. The meeting was held Saturday aftemcon at thc home of the :eader, Miss Sunshine Adams, with '.& present. Miss Adams gave a comcinoration on thc life ol Raphael Semmcc for his birthday celebration, Miss Ruth Dillahunly io!d ol the organization and building of the Confederacy, and Miss Evelyn Smart, read "Thc .Bonnie- Blue; Flag." A t-alad course was scrvci) in the locial hour. Has Bridge Parly. Miss Ccnitnnre Smith entertained ci'ht" of her friends Saturday evening with a bridge party at her LUburbsn homo or, the Barfield road. f The prize, n vase, went to Miss Amanda Tliroshji. Thc hostess served sandn 1 /<ics, cookies and cofTce. T i Music- CUib Ktortaiiiiet. . .. The McDowell - Mur-lr, cl'ub',"eo!n ; rosed of pupil:: of Mifs Minnie Lee Jones, had ;i mei-thiE Saturday afternoon for reorganization Jilts Jone;; entertained thc group. These officers were named: Rosalie RUEsell, president; Eleanor Pounds, vice prc.-Men!; Jeai Story, secretary and treasurer. Tl:e club sons was practical during Ihc fociiil hour wtii'ii refresh- I'lcnts were :.ern-d. * * • Fun-.phrey-Uodson. Miss Sallie Dodson of l.illle Ro:k rister of P.obert J. Dcd.-on (if Bly I"ne\ine. va.s miuricd to Ml. Ra L. Pumphrey of Hollywood. Calif Saturday In Little Rort:. Th bride, who has visited her brothc and Mrs. Dodson sc\cral liini'S, i well known hcre. J Thc couple h.i\ kft lor Hollywood where they irake their hotnr. To Have Bingo Parly. The Altar -society of the'i'liurc oi thc Iinmiiralalo Conception wi Fponsor a bingo jwity Tne."diiy e' ruing. S o'cicok. :r. Hie foi-ial lia Admission vili kc 50 cc'.i'..s. Osccola Society - Persona] Red bud trees for color, cotton woods for quick growth, pecans 'n osceol•• m th" for utility, and apple trees to per- Kove;nin-.'" ut the petuatc thc Arkansas state fiov:er. \y j n-ivcr with Mrs Driver and J- \"- EUi'instoil. Margaret iir-t ymr class at Southeast Misi u!:d ft'P. Jacobs of Os- ;c-!ii Teachers college at Cap? cc-ola atHMdnl the first meeting oirardtisti. Mo. of the Wiliism 811-0117 chapter of ixlis. J-e Jaflc? and Sonny rc- D. A. R. for the current .season ti:r:ied home the latter part ot which ',vas held at Hotel Gayofu ..;•:•- v.-cei: fro.n Memphis, whew in Men:;j:!l-f Friday aitc-iBOon with iht.v h:ivf: been visiting. Mr. j a fte?. Mrs. chjrles Young and Mrs. M. Herman Martin, who is ucrkins C. Pierce hostesses. v.-.th a government fleet out of The 1:0:1 meeting will tin held !i:c;:man. Ky.. spent the ivcjk-iml which is thc apple blossom, will be planted along the highways through Mississippi county by ihc newly organized (jiirdcn department of the Osceola Woincns Progressive club, nccoiding to plans marie by the members nt their initial mcetinc last Wednesday. Tile members will meet again on Wednesday of this week for a picnic lunch in Grider Park after which J. V,'. Etirin^tcn Mrs. i:. Ii. li-vwi! cf Luxora,^ In Hirer of' first Friday in :•_.;•;• vKi-in-.j his auia and uncle, home of- Mrs. :.| ; . :.iv: Mrs. C. K. Clmm. Mr. ,u::l Mr.;. Angelo M^liuulis ha 1 . (• mo-. 2tl itom thc Erne.'.i Pow/[ ]i;-'i;.;ny into Ihe home which .::.-.- ioc-.-r.tiy puichused, which is oc.iial next 10 thc Dr. Crider ;-.!iif-,-l bv Mr. i!c;:;n and by Cisroliii" iKxnic-iibsrcrr, of lisas C:'>'. MOilhy c.raiid in»- ;'.nd Mi«s Nina Mel.ane, left !ay morning lo attend the of the Missouri grand . they will BO into the woods to c i. ap i cr O f Eastern Star at SL mark trees for transplanting in 'f.o.iiF. Before ; rotu'rum; thry will February. - | v ir-U M:-. EoganV, uncle. J. !.-. Bo- Thc members accepted the In-f Bun. and other relative:. :-.t Ml. vltatton of Mrs. L. U. Rosctoough' 1 Veinon, Hi. to hold their flrsl meeting in her Mrs ir u »h Craig anri d.n^h'.ei 1 , jjt'arden at Rose Arbor, hsr home ;..[i ss j,,;i 3 ' crni?. kit 3j;t:rday •;jin Memphis, and following their u-. 0 rnina fo ; - Nsshviilc. Tcnn.. to ;: business session enjoyed a person- - i;c ., r [ ^c winter muntto. ::r. :i.:;rt Mr>. E. II. Eachus and .•:.i;(hvn .'.!:?n'. Thursday and I'rl- <-;-iV nt K'jiuon, Mo., iitteiidinx v^hf.,:- Day .•elebrations. Uenton v:.- tlieir former home, Mlrs Edna Khourle has accept<'• ;. i:ri-!tl:n with B. H. Bsrko- \\'i stave a.s saleslady. :!:.;;H Eonis o! the Don-Is Un(!•. iir.l: t :i3 establiril-tneiU tou!: a iii.:r.be:- of [K-ople who wen? IP. ,•:•. auto ace!,:e:it near ['or^ig 1 . 1 \:}',: l-'riday evening to ;hc-ir lic.i-.e •i Ciiic.v o. Jl!.. :u thu Durru air,i :•;:;!!'„> that nvenin j Ban. Mrs. 1J. r. T'nylcr jr.. visited :u the Full Gospel !l;«:o:i near her parents in Marked Tree last the Frisco- station, week. John Hall left for St. Louis E:in- arrived home yesterday because of ;he deiilh of his sister, Mrs. Thurman Atkins, v.ns taken seriously ill with tonsllitls and has been cmifrned to his bed since he ar- i ived. Miss Alma Guthric Altkcn and William Ely Ailken visited Miss Elisc Montague at Rlplcyj Tcnn., id friends at Covingtoni Tcnn., •sterday. , Mrs. J. Nick Thomns li sptnd- ig this week in-Memphis wllh er roil, J. Nick Thomas. Jr., . the Gilmorc apartments. Mri. E. J. Blown spent the sck-end in Memphis as the B.UCS! f Mr. and Mrs. Leland Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Potter and aughtcr. Elaine, spent the wcek- n ci In Jayoso. Memphis iii, the Hotel 5ISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BY SISTER MARY NKA Srrviee Writer- Is the man ol your family a mighty hunter who sallies forth with a gun and trumps through bfush and mire and finnlly brings home yniuc in the form of squirrel? And he tells you how good It's eolng lo Uste when yon have ceokcd il. And you wonder hov, Mits Betty McCulchcn. who at-icn earth yon dp cook Ihc (hinRS. Perhaps you have recipes hand•i! down from mother lo daughter nd? St. Mury'r, lit Memphis, nc- by Misses Emma Lee pel Dinty POUTS, students at the Bine tch^ol, and their mother, oi Ui.riuiini'. spent the week-cud litre. Luxora Society — Personal Proper Handling of Psychic Defeats Game At No Trump formerly of <>rv; wh:-re he will visit with rela- Mi'y. E'iiott, Williams entertained hr membas of thc two table dub to wlik-h bho Vcilncalay afternoon. At thc FIOM;' ,^^ if (hree progressions of bridge the ." ,j.jY e Our grcal-yrandfathcrs relLsliec the Ircfh meat and many tost; olihc-b weic concocted for thc-U pleasure. , "Bruniwlck stew" is an old, old dish from Virginia. This is n bonn fide Virginian recipe from a famous southern cook. Brunswick stew Three Efiulrrcls, 3 slices fat, tail j pork, 3 medium sized onions, 3 or ] '1 fiood sized potatoes, 2 cups com, ! 1 cup lima beans, i cups tomatoes, Today's Contract H O\V. is-it. possible, for S.nuth. Ibe dealer, hi the following litniii. lo arrive at a coii- iracl of four hearts?. ' . ' , • | Xovlli: A K J 10'.- V,A'K 0 7 Souili: 4-7 C 3'2 «AJ« 48 5 4 « K S Li 4 AQ3 » 7 5 I V J SG 2 + Q 7 6 » 10 ^. A K J t 3 ' Suliition In next issue. * ;' K I J A J 10 I Twenty-four friends of Mis. A. W. Bowen and Mrs. P. A. "While Fi'rmk Oul".u. c .o:i. were delightfully entertained at csceoln'. bin "latc'cf Arizona, is uv.--3 until Wednesday contract bridge at Mrs. Bowen's tack for a visit. Mr. Gnituso. who home Friday afteinoon. High Wlls j n business in Onccola for :i Ecove prize was won by Mrs. i'. J. number ol years, contemplates rc- Semmes jr., second hiah by Mrs. t u) -vung to make iiis home here H. L. Driver and cunbolation by again. Mrs. W. W. Prewi'.t. Robert D::n\ of Ken:i):iis f.Jcnl * '' ; the MTfk-eiid hciv with his inol'n- Mrs. L. L. Viindervoorl of Chicago and Mrs. Meely Uowen of Memphis, who were ci:csts of Mrs. Kale Jackson last wick were en- 'otato Will Show Decrease *J H I VS5 4 A .1 S T + 076 N W K * A K (I V :\Q « Q ID a 4.KO 1 Zl AS-; 5 y K .1 H> 0 ( 4 !• '-I also had as her j;uo.it . -.. , week-end M:3. Oi'.u Britiin^hran. j" 1 '^"' 11 ' :•'. -Memphis. tertained at tv:o delightful parties wllh Mis. Jnmes Driver hos- |- tess on Wednesday afternoon and Mrs. W. J. Driver entertaining on Thursday afternoon. ^s. James Driver's guests Included the members of her two i table bridge club together with ! her mother, Mrs. Jesse Brown of Hayti Sociclv --- PC HENVEK, Colo. (UP)—Thc Colo- Mrs D"-ir ni '- io ;> 0 '- tlJ crcp this year -will tc fi>r the sina ! -r llian t'rat of last year, higher yield per'acre, j This year tr.e potato crop will 1 amount to 10.524.000 b'.is'neLs," or. 123 bushels per acre, as compared with lt.GOO.CCO btii'nsls or 110 inn-- els per acre last year, It was an- nainced vesterday by Fred W. Heier jr.. of the agriculture bureau o! i economic a here. | Beisr said the Colorado crop I v.'a» p:ant«d late and Eip.vth Has ID t'.vo wcr-ks leasiioons sugar. I tablespoon ,.,..t. 1 mwris boiling water, \ lii- BtMonss | O i cs| , oons butter, a tablespoons 1C ClObC ' t, r .. r Solution to Previous Contract Problem - pus-sed. East bid two no trumps. West, carried (he contract to -hree. The P!:iy Now after Mrs. Sims has]high score prize and each of the opened the bidding wllh .a heart' Il .™ orees vas P«senied a dant> isnci East has ijcne to 'game In no! 81 "- r- ' i tnnnps. South deflnitely Snows BV WM. t. MeKENNEY J:ot ( 0 O pcn a heart. Mrs. Sims, Secretary, American Biidje tca-ue wlm hai |10 hjgh ll( , ar t s anrt i While jfcyrhic bidding may uot | whofc ,, syt . njc hc ,, rt bld , vlis ., s .' he as iucccsafu] as it was only: r, stt< j by ller partner, realizes a .year ago, good playere are al- Ul at her best defense when she cays looking for the spot that j gct5 jn ^- in j^ to lead a htart . way prove a winner .to them. wlleu SouUl made a short How a proper nsyellic will defeat ( E , llt ollclling aml i :rt lllc r , vc O lj a contract is-:iho»-n by the pre-1 QlBmcll<ls Mrs sims won withi,... vlpus -problem hand, rciwatea ahe king an(1 lHui -ned thc nine' 0 . assisted Ellzabclh „.:.,„ reci|.e BI . een green j i . ; j-i'i; uii^iiitu IILII;I; ti^Lii Kicc^i ty her daughter , 3il!crman. served.,, . ,. nr „„ .„ ,. . .„ , „,. .. f butter can be reduced to 2 or 3 The declarer finessed j q'lcfn. South won witn UK- rc iurncd the heart, %r?Vffii,i returned Friday £"£ ^™>^ t ^ Home Near LuxOfa ! O/ Ne Mt)stly Personal R. r. Padcii.son. t! Albany. Ga.. is thc Kiicii of Mr. and Mv:-. R P. Piddisoii. v Miss T_ela niythc is at tli: Memphis Baptist hcspital where ;hc underwent n lonnli-ctr.iiiy n- oay. She plans lo irf.iin l-.c:v,'. tcmorrow. accui^ipauicci by. :i;-i brother. Joe lilvthe. of Detroit Mich., vho acccmpin':cd her t' Memphis Fricliy. D. H. Black'.vcbd.'it., o! I.ittii Reck, who ha; ton in O.-C'.-oii. for a ^eek. iifnVeu hcrv: venter day for a wcckjv Ufa, with Clarence \vilspnj... . ,. rcriously ill lor K::K tiiac. i! liov: in a cii'ical.cDadition. MtsA Ruth Ilorlc. v.ho allrnd- Arkansas ttai.r. coibgp cit .lc:v.- l;cro. spent (iio v.efk-encl with her •paientt. the i'.cv. ar.d Mrs \>. Q. Koric. here. It was played by Mrs. j O f Dorothy Sims, president of the \ t \VomnVs Branch of Ihe Anirrleari' j;j ng ' anri L'rldge League, and originator ol ; fcncckin-; cut East's" ace. psychic bidding. ; now, bt-iore the declarer can The Biddin; i to i lomei 1]e uul , t establish a club South and West pasted. Mrs.!trick. But as soon as he tries Sims in Ihe North bid one heart, this. Mrs. Sims v.ill win with th; f r om Tiinelo Mi-ss She was accoin- "'"• ^" "'""" "' tv " u "" ll "" l " I Enst doubled nnd South bid two , ncCi return her other heart, and •imcri home bv ' Mr' Hunt who for n11 llollr - Draln - ch °l' salt ' ll(;art5 ' Wcsl P»«cd. Mrs. Sims : ;he contract is defeated. •urt Her in Memphis.' ' ipork very fine. Put a layer in a __ v lrs i broad, flat, iron i»l and add minced [ _ . .. ' jcnions und potatoes pared and cut-, rrankl lOUlD Dies at 'ii Mc'iiphis : '" !llln 5 " ccs - Add a layer ot j Vrc' Ca-olv'i St>onenb:irL r er who i com . beans and all the squirrels.; uTliI- n'riitiri" Mntmn nf the'Art- Cover with minced pork and vee- : Descendants Plan ..VU...VM an--"' K-sVcV fitar ra-snnUllon e^\>\es. Scawii eoch layer witn' Lewis Frank.s, 12-year-old soi^ 'SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UI')-De- ••n!i'-n'-d"Vifh Iliem Mr -ind Mis' l-epper nnd just a dash of cayenne. | of M r. and Mrs. J. S. I'rankt. died • cccndanls of thc original settlers •iogau"aiMl Mi-s Suonenbarect IcU r<ltlr ovtr bo»'"S v -"»^ r - cover I "^ <hc ^family Jwrne. twu and ii brought to Texas by Stephen P. Sunriav morning for Ml. Vemon. t:ghtly and stew ssntly for three hall 111. While spcndlnc; a week there hours. Add tomatoes, salt Slid nl » hey will attend several meetings ; 'gar and cook an hour longer. t the Missouri Grand Chapter of Work biuter and flour to n smooth .. ... •'••-•it'll HI-,--, vliich i- im-i-tiii" in paste, stir into stew, boll five min- "Hciuoon and interment was made charge ot arransemenls. '•" L','ii~" 't>ii' wccV ' '" utes and serve ' at aall<1 >' Ridge ctmetery. The "Mr. aun rk. Hm-bhel Sell o! ' Squirrel Pic ! Cobb Undertakins company was in Flint, Mich., left Friday evening Two or three squirrels, 1 large. cn _ nr se or luneral nrrnngements. iflcr being thc guests of Mr. Self's o::ian. ! lemon, 3 slices fnt salt I -ter. Mts. U r. I'oweil. | iiort:, '2 tablespoons flour. 33 cups! Mr. and Mrs. L. L. MeUeutman v.aler. bakln" powder biscuit! miles northwest of Luxora. Austin are planning a convention 2:30 yesterday afternoon. His to be held here in October. Scv- dcalh was altributol to malaria, era! hundred attendants itre ex- Funeral services were held this peeled by Mrs. Violet Haynes, in GON'ZALES. Tex. (UPi-Guada- ]u)]1 , jjartlncz. 22, go; a tonsil np- ! parcnt5 ' Jcllr crs> sun'ived by his eratlon which he didn't order. T\\f 5 . and two bro- y. n |f Ci wielded by another Mexican. _ __ j who intended it for las jugular spenl Sunday In Halls 'tenn., a.s dotieh. ! D t. f I~" 'vein, missed its mark, but made 'in nujsts of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Skin and dress sqiilircls. Wash | Brothers Get Licenses |a clean job of removing one of Warren. V :inu disjoint. Put into cold .salt; t T ' 1 W JJ' Mr. and Mrs. Dcnn McClurV.i:i ol -vr.ter to cover for one hour.' 'OF triple TT Catling Ulyllu-villi- wrie Mr-ek-cnii j:iie.>txi)f Cratn. rut into a kettle, add boil- 1 Mis. McCiurKiii'i paiiT.t.s. Mi. LIIUI juj; water to cover. Add whole Three IJI>thcvlllc brother 1 -. Hoy | Mrs. C. P. Powell. CIKOII nnd simmer for 30 minutes.' Henderson, 25, Chester, 21. and Spencer McHenry of Clirksdalc. ' Dinin. Sprinkle with lemon Juice Ellls . 22 - lln<1 n lr iP'e wcddinq Sat- . :,nd roll In flnur. Try out fat from • "rday night. Thc trio obtained !!i;< poik slid fiy "'.squirrels to » ' marriage licenses in Little Hock MJliicn brown in 'the lilt. A'rrangc ', bllt - sairt lllc >" did 1101 kl «>w where j «,uirrels in a ri?op baking dish, i li >c marrlaKes wouid be solemnized. Hour into fat Miuirrels wcvc ned, in and add vatcr slowlv. ! ^ con>Unlly _ Bring lo ,^ M:?s.. was thr j:»eM Sunday of his wife nnd her parents. Ur. anil Mrs. Thos F. Hiidson. Mrs. Henry Y.it<\= of Henr.indo..,.,,.. Mt<f., returned to her home Tliurs- !stii' |f day after bcir^ the gucsi of iicr:.j m , ' osroi-.ls, Ur. and Mi.= li A. Kim-' ,i, r [o; tvo weeks. , Roy's bride is Mis s Mabel Cle- ~ 'nous. 19. of Kro, Ark. and her 1 m-ishbor. MLSS Evrljn Quick Relief for Chills and Fever and Other Effect* of Malarial toiling po'nl and boil tto minutes. Pour over xnulrrel.s in baking dish. Marry at Luxora Cov(T 1 *' lth biscuit tioush nnd lukc England. ArK. 19. Is Chester's, while Ellis' bride.! o( Miss Beiilah Baxli-y. 20. rr?ide^ nl r hill5 England. Ark. •' cn " •15 minutes l.UXOR.V Ark.--Mss< !-ic....«- Me- i ovc "- Klnr.on and Kelts Cum'cvjlar.d of: Arr.iorcl vcie nian-i^rl t-ndaj r.ing by Ur. R. A. Kimbruu^h. pas- inudcratciy lint! Child Bitten by Rat Tonmrruw's Menu i L,gxOnA. Ark.—Ilariy „ „. „..,>.„..„... U1U .. 511 . voa -. BREAKFAST - Cliillcd sweet I j rii onc-ycar-olci son of Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer luul '-«• cf the; ISaptist church here, allc'dcr. cereal, cream, crcnmed trljx; M VK Harry Stanford, was bndly as their gutfls for 'ho wrck-cr.il 11!"." home of the officiating min-j v - il11 H'luach. tp-itied rolls, milk, I biitcn by a rnt Friday nmlu. The Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Madisonvillc. Ky. H. A. Slier.' formerly n city and now nf Chicago. s>poi'.: a short, litr.c here ycslerciny h:iv- ing motored over from Mc:nphi> when he is nttcnding; lo bu-si- Mmc£. A. Co.nv.ay. li. il. Ho-.ich- inf, J. A. Letch' and Ii. A. Lynch returned Saturday night "from K&II.WS City v.hirc they a ihc national convention of the i'. E.G. '-..- : i Mr. and Mtr. II. B. Ingram, of Coiiway, Ark., arc looking after tiieir bti.sincn; interoil* here, .hugh Thurnuii Atkins, .seven- ycarrOlrt soli .ol Tliurnian Atkins anil ;ir.o iatc Mis,--Atkins, who 'ho wcck-t-r.tS I'-''.^ home of the officiating min-! Vi !. Harditi. ui'!>:e-r. Tlicy n-.erc attended by Mr.]C' Don't put up with ihc hufli Malaria—the leeth-chatterin I .he burning fever. Get' i rid ot Malorln by gctllns the in- j feclion out ot your .system. That': what Grove's Tasteless Chill Touif ; . coes—destroys and drives out the' Infection. At thc same lime, il' i)-ji!ds up your system against further attack. Grove's TasleH'ss Chill Tonic I Luxora, who shared honors — Best .treated without "dosing" Estc DEVJS o: Jcn:;'::oro, r.3 h?re F::dav p.tt5nd!n? to favi:: J. H. :. Mrs. Swift cut consolation ar.; s. H. A. Behrcns was iivartoi score favor. ^vilhnll1 HIP . rer, varicoscd veins, ton- iu»n-sur-Li-:illy'. . VIFS :inil Oni,-e S14 ^Inin Phnnr !W C. M. Hnrwcll. \V. J. HTEftVIEW WlTit A'.BERT H. ZUCH, MGR., U-BRIVE-IT CO., AKRON, OHIO Rndio i ncmit l:?tigii liit I ft-.-1-.riy and Miss thispc'-" 1 - coup!" will Tip'.onville. Tnir.. coiT?e. McCain. ' Thcj LUNCHKON — O|:cu salmon and is tniploytd by the li-.cir home I icltiicc sandwiches, cucumber rings, where Mr. | cocoa, ten. DINXKH — Brunswir-k stew, en- rivc nnd cabbage -vilnd. pumpkin ;>:c. milk, coirec. Opens Grocery Store child was. sleeping in 1::.. crib when attacked bf the r,n which bit him about the checks nnd cars. Chirib-.-rland co-.ernmcnl. --------Holland Baby Dies The infant son of Mr. ;.n.rt Mrs. EIIBC-HC i'litchard. of H"i;,iii[l. Mo.. •""'-. at Ihtir honii- yrslcidny at- icinoon. Fimeial fciviccs were hi-Ul this morning with ilic Ucv. Mr. 5levcn« her father, the laic W. T. Mal- otficlaliug mid biirul u-.ade al thews, who lomluclcd a .similar N'um'kWi Nine cemetery. buiincii there for a number of '.he parcnU the ba'ov Is ycais until l>c rclircd 14 years Hospital Notes \ Admitted (o UK Ul}the-.i-,:c hos- I pltal: Percy Smith. A. li Smith, jelly; Mrs. K. L. Tolbcrl. Holland, ' Mo.: Mrs. W. M. l}«vid.-o»: Andy lurvivcd by two sisters. VirginiR ago. Janie Marie. Prilchard. .•has bccivsertely ill from an lii- L. G. MOSJ. Undertaking coni- ' The plicrain de For • " 1 ' " : " ' fccted iUptr'ti -'fiaf! -b-Itcrr : •: jibiiy _-.-...Frau& ;nariiUCpi Ciiiccsjo.^viio " Mis. Bry.int Stewart has opened < Jones. Otcwcll. Ark.; du-mltscd: a grocery store al Ihc corner ot Mr. Asliiibranncr. Mnnlla. Park street and Highway 01. Born-to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tnl- II is Ihc same locution used by To Women Who Suffer Evety Month Gel a boltlc of CARDUl at, tbd Cfvig store and try it for cramps, pains, nervousness at monthly i SIB du oi ufriiii^i:- • hos'nftvays held'firet placed nmong French trains for tpctU. "When twice as many patrons ask for PLYMOUTH as for any other car .'., there must be a reason!" ernlalns tasteless quinine wiilch; kli'-s the infection in the blood. It also contains iron v.-hich Inillnsl li]) the blood and helps it over- tonic the oflccts ot Malari.i as! well as iortlly ugains! re-infec-: llr>n. These arc thc eftects you' wont for COMPLETE relict. : Orovc's Tasteless Chill 'Ionic ii, pUasant to take and absolutely i.ife. even for children. No bitter lastc of quinine. Gct n bottle to-: flay and Ije forearmed against Ma-1 laria. For sale at all stoic.-;. Adv. 10 i ALBERT ZUCM'S brancluif (lie Salesmen want a restful ride. llines. CAHDUI has helped thoM- Purely vcactalilc, harnUcss, '. i ' G. G. Caudill licmrral 106 N. Broadnay rhc-ne 79" • j[\. Ohio U-JJrivc-It Company today is opfraiing nine I'ljm- nuths to four each of thc otlm iwo low-priced icadcri. "I can sec why people ate sold on hydraulic brakes," Mr. Zni'li fcays. "We have fcucr accidents with cars that ha\e them. **Tlicn, tco, no other car MV Iiavc cati beat I'lynionth cm low inniiitcnancc. We hardly ever have to touch Hie engines. "And that's something, «lic'.i j'ou reiucnibcr our cars luve different drivers nearly every day!" and Plymouth's Floating I'owcr < nginc mountings eliminate vi- lir.ition. \Vomcn like the slylc, room and easy-handling quality. Kvcryonc wants a cjr lliat's solid ;»\ci (Icpcnd.iMe. Plymouth's Uirtid-X doublc-driip fr.imc is many limts slriinf.cr ih.iu Mie ordinary tyrm, and iis body is stivl rfinjoicftl ui'l' steel. . . Greater salcty nnd longer c;ir life. Yes, there arc reasons why liucc as many people, as'x Mr. Zuch for Plymouth. Youcansce them yourself, in fifteen minutes behind thc wheel. Why not accept your liealci'fi imitation lo.tccwliy Plymouth is thr- country's fasir^t growlii) 1 , icir. Sold hyUadgc, DcSutuand Clirytkr dealers. to 5510, Dcl.uxe Models, 4495 to SV.i. All prices arc I-'.O.H. l : ac- lory, and subject In clmn|(t wilhuht notice. Con\cnicnt lime piymenti. FLOATINQ POWER SflFETY-STKt BODY HYi:SAULIC BRAKES

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