The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 22, 1933
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PACK TWO JLWggVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER ''"WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER- 22, 1031! .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S'EVENTS Thursday; Contract club, Mrs. Carrol Blake more,'hostess. • ' Armorel P. T. A. meeting at the school. Hy-Ny-Shy Sunday school class, First Baptist church, meeting In pastor's study ot church, 7:30 )>. m. Wonder Sunday school class, Lake'...Street Methodist church meeting at church, 1:30 p. m. , Church of Christ Bible study, meetingmceting ..with Mrs. J.- W. Bndor 2:30 p. m.. Blytheville Country club having opening dance, 9 p. m. ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS 1 Pre-School P. T. A. meeting with Mrs. Crawford Oreene at 2:30 p. m. - Woman's clul) house,. 2:30. p.m. meeting, club .. Music department, Woman's club, meeting with 'Mrs. J. W. Badcr 2:# p. m.. ^ SATURDAY'S EVENTS • Central WarJ P. T. A. TMngp ^ party^ office, 7:30 P. M. Musical First Presbyterian church ..3 p. m. by piano pupils of Miss ' Leone-; Callicolt of BIythevlllG- arid :, Mrs. .c.. G. Redman . tind Mrs. •Ruisell Parr entertaining with bridge party at Woman's club, 2:30 p. m. Wheeler-Baker Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Jewell Baker to Mr. Ellis Wheeler. The wedding was solemnized ..October first at Hayli, Mo., with Justice J. A. Johnson performing the* ceref mony. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Yair- bro were the only attendants.. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.'Baker, attended the city hlgli school. • Mr. Wheeler,'-the son of : ttie .late -Mr. Lovell"Wiieeler, 1 '- of Ya'rbro,. Is,now connecter! with ''the Ub^'rty Cash Orbc'cry.. "'' ' • •. ; .. Mr.'and Mrs. 'Wheeler arc how .atj'bpme-al 411 Franklin street. cently, ftan for Aniline Display In February ,'i-The Elliott Fletcher chapter ol the.United Daughters of the Confederacy have .already 'started plans for an antique display to be lield*February,22 and -February 23. "This is to be an elaborate' affair -with, heirlooms fromxall 1 partflirpl, i the,;:cQunly -to be exhibited, ^i-^^i^ -.Son Bern ' • '.'.i- •:-. ••['•.'. '.'.t-ft.'j >s . Mr. and Mrs. . Samuel . Yatei Lloyd' announce the birth of a son Monday. The baby,- who weighs six and a halt pounds, has been named Merrel Ya'tes. Before her marriage;',Mrs, Lloyd was Miss Beulah Britt of Chattaooga, Tenii. Beard of Stewards Have Annual Election . • 1 ;A7:'O: Hudson has-been elected chairman of the board of stewards of the .First Methodist church. CM her officers named to serve during the new church year arc: N. B. Menard, vice chairman; Harvey Morris, secretary; P. E. Cooley, treasurer. president; Mrs. Walter Bishop, second vice president; Mrs. .Will Rogers, third vice president; Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, recording sec- relary; Mrs. U. W. Mullins, treasurer; Mi's. R. E. Blaylock, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr, reporter. _ ' Tn the program which preceded [he business session Mrs. Logan was leader ol the theme "Stewardship of the Word." Mrs. J. W, Bishop led the devotional ."Joy of the Lord." Mrs. T. R." Shepherd and Mrs. W. M. Crow' offered prayers Mrs. J. I'. Friend sang a solo and Mj-s.! W. M. Williams spoke on "Stewardship' .for the prhKlpal address. • • * * Auxiliary Has Trotram Mrs. B. n. Allen was leader ol the program of the woman's auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon at the church. The devotional WOK given by Mrs. C. M. Gray. Tlie theme "Lifting of the Gate of Obstruction '.o the Progress of the Kingdom of God" was illustrated by n gate opened by each speaker as she presented an "obstruction" to the audience and [he gale was closed as plans were dlEc-losecl for removing, -the obstructions. Mmcs. Bill Dolen, E. S. Spradley, C. J. Crane and D. c. McLean and Miss Mabel Simon assisted Mrs. AUeri.-.lii the talks and musio played by Mrs. F. B. Joyner. * * * Cluh Hat Party . ">..:. Mrs. Crnw,f6rd-Gre«rf* r 'was'hosl- .css to Her' 1 ,Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoori at . her home on North Fifth street.-Mrs. Rlley B. Jones woji lhe--:Jjfiie, a compact. . : .';.'. ',[}.• ,T. - f . \ . 'A- fruit saliirt *is-'served;'' "^ cheese' sandwiches. ,-'"•'"'-•-•-' Bffc oj Nei£s Mostly Persona! Margaret Cross Will Participate In I)oil Parade Miss Noma Cothrcn, who has been at the Uooneville sanltariujn for five years, arrived this morning for a I wo weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cothren. Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Bry'ant plan to go to Memphis tomorrow night for the Spirit of Christmas and doll parades. Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter will go to Memphis today for several days visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Mulltns and daughter will motor to Memphis tomorrow evening for the parade. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burns and Miss Marie Lfggetl have gone to Hot Springs to be with Bob Burns who was injured in a motor accident Sunday night near Pine Bluff. Charles Affllck Jr., It.Ill with measles. Miss Anne Morris, who has been making her home with her brother, Harvey Morris arid family, for the past year, will leave about tile middle of next week for , Charleston, W. Va., to accept a position as assistant to Dr, L. V. Cavlns. who is director of research in the state department ot education. Miss Morris was formerly employed by the department of education In Little Rock and drew the, maps for the county school survey program of this atate. She later spent a year In a similar position in Jefferson City, Mo,, prior to her coming here. Miss Hazel Reeves and Starrett Davis Married OARUTHERSVILLJE, Ma,— The marriage of Miss- Hazel Reeves of this city and Starrett Davis of Chartoton, Mo.,- took place at Charleston Sunday night the Methodist minister there performing the ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of tl:e late M. p. Reeves and Mrs. Reeves of thl$ city. She is a talented musician,' and at one time was employed as society editor of Tlie Republican. At the present she Is employed In. the office of M. 3 Blocker, local manager of the Mid- South Cotton Growers association which position she will continue to hold until the dose of the cotton season, after which the young couple will make their home at Tln- tonville, Tenn. Refusing to Win Early Trick Enables Defense to Set Hand Mi« Margaret Cross, winner of numerous beauty contests, will be a baby doll In the doll parade to be held at the Memphis auditorium Friday night immediately following the Spirit of Glu-Ls'tnms parade. She will wear a pink bouquet organdie frock. - - ' Selected by. Mayor Cecil Shane [o represent Blytheville, Miss Cros compete with number of '.'•£*• fruit' cake .a.tic}-coffee. Sirs. Blomtyer Is Given .Shejfefs . '-?-,!;;.' i.'-Mrs. E.- F.'- .Birjjiisyer, whose home was destroyed • • by fire rc- Mr. Davis, the SMI'of Mr. and Mrs F. D. Davis, a prominent Mississippi county family, has been in the employ of [he government for a number of years, having been stationed in this city until recently, when he was transferred to Tio- tonvllle. other c'rls from towns In ,lhc tri-states. Of olive • coloring, with dark hair nncl eyes, Miss Cross made striking appearances recently when she' was selected as Miss Blytheville" from among H beau tlful girls and was later iicclnlm- cd "Miss Northeast Arkansas' Southeast Missouri" in the firsi annual beauty conlest of the Armistice Day celebration held hen in which girls from 10 towns par Ucipated. '>•" Miss Cross, who , Is the (laugh- lev of Mr. and Mrs. Hcrinon Cross attended VnnderMlt Univcrsitj Nashville, Tenn. Confr.ict Problem N'tulli is i>by[n£ the following liaml :it.:i contract oi foul' hearts douliU'tl.' West caiiii'c's tlio kin'4;Jni(l ai-e of-clubs, nnrt follows Vliii tlio Xing ot din- rnoiKls. Oan you malic four hearts acainst the best defense'.' AS 7-1 VKQJ9SG53 ^ Xouo '; oi #71 A 10 C 5.2 V 107-4-ii <> J B : '<:'• * Q 9 o.- 4 Q 10 i 5 I 2 * S -I 3 Solution iii next Issue. A 2 3 V K 10. S J Solution to Previous Contract Problem . two showers Veslcrday.i>JUembers of the woman's cli)B, of .which she Is parliamentarian,' presented her with an interesting" assortment of gifts yesterday Vmornlng. At thc^'mcettng of the Maple Grove cemetery association Tuesday afternoon, al the home of Mrs. O. (J. Sallba, members of this ro.up showered her with pres- 'i^ tier self nnd her home. ,, secretab' and treasurer of this" -group'. "-. : Orovr Cemetery ' Society -7- Personal Flora Mae Hood and Orville Reams Marry HOLLAND. Mo.-The marriage of Miss Flora Mac Hood of Caraway, Ark., and Orville Reams of Holland was performed November 17 by the Rev. Mr. Watson of Blytheville. Mrs. Reams is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hood, farmers of near Caraway, whore she attended high school. Mr. Reams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Reams, ijlrl residents here, and is a/talentijd musician. They' will make .their home with Mr. Reams parents. . ".-.'{t\, Simmons Coll. Students List Ten Commandment BOSTON (UP) — Asked to list (he Ten Commandments in trie order of their' Importance, girl sin- dents at Simmons College recorded them like this: Honor thy father and mother. Tliou shall not kill. Thou shall have no other Gods before- Me. Thou shall not steal. Thou shall not commit adultery. Thou shall nol bear false wll- ness. Thou shall not take • the' nnnia f tljc Lord hi.vain. Tlibu shall not make unto thcc ny graven image. Thou shall not covet. Remember' the Sabtath day Floor Show and Buffet Supper to Fealore Bance •• The opening dance of the new Blytheville Country club house will be featured with a floor show and a buffet ;dance, Everett .B. Gee, owner of the club, announced today. The affair Is to be given ThursdayV evening . with dancing beginning, at 8 o'clock and ending at one o'clock. Hulburn Graves -and his Mobile Merry Makers will furnish the music with Dorothy Darling n"d Vernelle Stone- as- special entertainers. In addition to this there will be severaldance specialists by pupils of Miss Ola Bob Harris and Miss Margaret Moffitt as a part of the floor show which will precede the buffet supper to be served al 11 o'clMk. Only members of the _club and their out of town guests will be . Th6 15 members of the Maple Grove Cemetery association who Attended the meeting Tuesday afternoon' ay .the home of Mrs. G; G. Salilia V reported a successful financial. projict carried out in the pnst '• month. Each member was asked to 1 earn 50 cents and Mrs. Frank Webb, • who earned il.OO and Mrs." O. G. Snliba, who earned 85 cents, received special mention. Mrs. M. L. Providence also reported gifts of 50 cents each from Harvey Hart, Mrs. Nca^ Mrs, Hanlln and Mrs. Carper. • This sum of $9 will be increased by a similar, project for December. It was reported that of 125 letters recently written to lot owners that only five had paid their annual payments for the care of their lots. -•-..» Mis. J. D. -Barksdale and Mrs. W. M. Crow made short talks in presenting gifts to Mrs. E. F. Bid- mcyer. Miss Mary Young of Wardell was the guest of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs.. J, L. Young, of this city, Saturday. . Supt. and Mrs. W. R. Sewell and children of Ilornersvillo were guest* of Mr. and Mrs. T. M.'Rorcx Sunday. - ,., . Mr. and Nfrs. C. P. (Buster) |Wells, and MK. and Mrs.. Hugh Lewis and Mlsa Hattle Fern Lutes yialtfsd. relatives jn- Pa"ra8<mld,"Ark., Sunday;. • ••.•'Mrr'Snd Mrs.> A, K; Wilson and a on, Don Albert .and;; Siisses Al- gfltha and Irene Raybucfc motored to Poplar Bluff.Sunday, where (hey Visited... •', j .-': •;:'•* J ;. '.V;.. ' Mr. arid Airs. - Jooa kbhri; • Ellis Kohn and Noah Barkovitc and Irving Kantor .of CaruthertvlUe, attended a dancfe':a.t Cairo; 111., Sunday evening. :."' ...'Mrs. John--WlUon ot St. Louis is here visiting "IjeV parents, Mr. and Miss Mary Sue Thompson and. Has sell Devveese Wed - -HAYTI. Mo.—Hassell Dewccsc and Miss Mary Sue Thompson \vere married at Caruther.wille Sunday They were acccjnpanied by Miss Mary Dcwcese, the groom's sister Following the ceremony they motored ' to Memphis and spent the day. . Mr. Dcwcese U a graduate/ o Haytt high school and for severa years has been working in In Black and White grocery store here He is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Deweese. The bride, who has been living here for a few months, was formerly ot Blytheville, and is a very charming young lady. The young couple -will be at home to their friends at their apartment In the Ncthcry home. ccp It holy. to Rubber bridge—E. and-Wl'Yul. »;••-. ' -. /i • : i' . • . .Ojic'ulnc lea'.d—A <;. • • •-Pass;;',:. rasr; : , i*+ ••' Pass 1 $-'. Pass 2 i '• Pass 2 X. T. Pass . 3 N. T. Pass i.onct Iricks, btit lit; must let Bast :i the lead with either a club or i heart/ and, as soon as he does, •ast returns the, five of spades. Then, wlKii South plays (lie ten, iVrsi wins with the ace and cashes two good spado tricks, giving fust and West four rp:ides and the king of heaits or the king clubs, thereby defeating tiv> contract. Copyright. I93'i, NBA Service, Jnc.) Luxora Sisters Honored LUXORA, Ark.—Meredith and Olivia Graham, daughters of Mr. and -Mrs. J. R. Oraliam. have recently had honors conferred uuoir them. Meredith was selected by! Mayor H. A. Wise to represent Lux- : ora In the "Doll Parade," which will take place In Memphis November' 24. Olivia was elected by the high' school students to be the 1033-34 queen 'of Luxora high school. Dogwood Items he confirms the fact that he had I Mrs. J. F. Thomas and children a legitimate bid. South now bidsl visited al Halls, Tenn., over the lv:o no trump, which also is a week-end. Generally, wh?n' we iiave 'win- J'.ins '{ricks, "svc ! . like to cfish them. tioVet'er,-there.'are-times when it ciccsn' .to 1 ''be" too eager to du -56' immediately. It may pay yoti to wait uiitil. a little later v hen' you -can gain several tricks b.v . your' hold-up. That point is veil brought out in today's hand. While a third hand chib bid' maj be nothing more than an inference bid and may lie marie regardless of the club holding, it does- hot always mean that the person making such a bid holds no cluts. However, whenever your partner opens a third hand, club or dia- mcnd bid. I would proceed a jittlc move cautiously than after a major suit, aliening bid. South has a good safe bid -ir) 6fie ; 'dmmbrid over one club', and as soon as North bids two moutls over consti-uctive bu', and North goes to three. • . ' • -'., ...- The Play -.If,''-over ; -the club bid, East de- c!de]s- to put. in a heart call and West opens a heart '. as a result, three • licV -trump 'could be made caeily. >IowcVer. pfopcr- defensive playi with the. fourth' best spade coining will defeat the contract. ' n West opfhs the -four of ;,' East'. 'goes...lip .with the A large crowd attended the box; supper at the school Thursday. Ml?i\ V. E, Spraybcrry^won the caha fi: , the prettiest girl. There was a "vanishing party" at-the home o'f. Mrs. D. (Jarrett Monday, night. After playing games sandwiches, cake, and hot chocolate were served. ' . ... . king, which holds' the trick, and leads -the; jack.- .South covering- v.ith the queen. .1^0*, of course, If West wins the trick with the ace and returns-a spade—or any other EUlt—tlie declarer -can make: his ccntrac't. However; West shoultt refuse to win- that- trick, since he'has other; entry, but should let South's queen hold, the trick, hopii;g'that Vis partner will get-In oh'.a £ldc suit .and 'have another ; ,spade 'to '' ' a L11UII1 Ultld \.Yl\J Ullt- rcIUm. • • ' ••" . • '-. . r the one diamond .bid, -'South then will rVirt'/otfjfive.'-iia- HEMORRHOIDS. ed without the Itnjfe.' cancer, varlcoscd veins,' jo'n- sils removed noh-stirgicaliy. DRS. NIES. atf4: onic'e. 514;'Main' ' Mrs. w.lnrite r Gw,ln Mrs. H. Q. Harmon and daughter Orada Mat : -spent Sunday In Memphis visiting and attending to business. ; . . . Mr. and 1 'Mrs. Hassell Deweese and-Miss Mary Dcwee'sc motored to Memphis Sunday on a pleasure trip. lAither Cross, who -was shot thru the shoulder aVSwift--Saturriay evening, Is now In the hospital at Memphis. He was reported getting along well. Luxora Society — Personal permitted to attend any of the club affairs. ' • • - • IJ. S. Branson Jr. Makts Honor Roll TJ. ! S. : Branson jr., freshmnn nl Hendrix college, Conway. Is one of the few freshmen placed ,qn the -college scholarship honor 'roll following the mid-semester examinations. He 'made an average '61 "B" which is required for a place on the roll. • • • Class to Have Party The Wonder Sunday school class of the Lake Street Methodist church wilt have a parly Thurs day evening 7:30 o'clock, in the . class room. Mrs. .Billy Green, Mrs. Ben : Wiggins 'and Mrs. O. J. Rod- gets ;:are in charge of the entertainment. - - ' • + • Entertains Club Mrs. Hunter C. Sims had members of. the. Tuesday Contract club and a guest, Mrs. -Max Miller Jr., to play cards at her home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. W. Leon Smith won the prize, an ash tray. The. hostess served pic' anrt coffee. ' •"" • Bingo I'arty Tlanncd. The senior high school p. T. A. b planning a bingo party, for Tuesday night. November 28, at tr.dar-' rr.ory-^ The; prizes 'will be turkeys, chickens, home made pies, cakes and other tcod. While-Vincent. . Announcement has been made ot tr.e marriage of Miss Mildred Vincent ami Troy White, both of Por-i tageville. Mo. The Rev. S. M. Watson performed the ceremony. : . * * * Holt-Styles. Miss Lula -Series of Cooler. Mo., and Robert.Hpf£ of Canilbersvllle,' Mo., were united in marriage in this city by the' Rcv.'s. M. Watson.| Thompsrtn^RlcSardson. *" • Anncuncernenl has been madp of the marriage 'of Miss Ada Richardson and James L. Thompson, both of Blytheville. The mnrrlagc service was read by the Rev. J; L. Newsom, pastor of the Second Baptist church. * * • Williams-Curtis. -' Miss S-tdle Curtis andOEarl Wil-j Hams, both of here, were united in n-'arriagc with the Rev. T. R, Sticp-! herd officiating. * * • Shtlton-Crubb. Miss Eva Clubb and Garrel Shcl- ton, both of Lsachvlllc, Ark., were married here last Saturday. Jus-, tice C. H. Garner read UK ser- New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. .E. H. Crook and family were-Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elchison at Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs.-J^ F. Epyerson, Mr. and Mrs/ Logan Perkins" Mr. and Mrs; Frank wEcat were 1 Sunday guests of'Mr. an'd'Mrs: L. L.'Bearden al Luxora. Mrs. Robert. Ma tone and ssn of Pace, Miss., «nd Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Singleton ot Blytheville spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Singleton and famUy.-; .'.-'• • Mr. and Mrs. C.;L,-Jarritt, .Misses Bernlce .and'.^-iuinicc Jorratt of Lone Oak' spent' Surfriay with litr. and Mrs. P. B. Jarratl an dfamlly.. Miss Alma' Maliriey of Blythe- viile spent the weekend with Miss Mildred JsrrUt. The Rey.-Ir.. Horn o( Manila was ' Mre. E. R. Began left Friday for Little Rock to attend the meeting of the Grand Chapter o( tt'.e Eastern Sar, meeting there this week. She was accompanied by Mrs. Ma- blc Neel of Armorel and Mrs. Flossie Bame.5 of tepajito. Mr. Bogan left Monday to attend the same meeting and to address the Royal Arch Masons. Thursday. Mrs. W. T. Thweall, Mrs. Ray Graham and daughters, Meredith and Olivia, were in Memphis Monday. Mr. -and Mrs.' Alvin Wur.derlicli anrt Mrs. J. N. Hunt were Memphis visitors Monday. Mrs. Russell Bowcn is ill at her home r.ere. Mr. and Mrs. James Driver and children. Posey and Jimmy, ictum- cd,, the latter par I, of the week to Oi^cola to make their home. 'Rev. and'Mrs. J. U. Nelson, formerly of Blythcvillc, are now mak- ' their home here. A frozen fruit salad plate was served 'with coffee.• * * To Han Bimj Party. . ThertfSrill ; .be.i bingo party Friday nigbt, 7:30 o'cloclt,. at trie. Half Moog : -*obooi-fCT .the benent 'of Jthe churth" fund; Sandwiches and candy • will also be soW. •I,.' ....: ».- *...*-.. W. M? U. 'Officers Ekrt«4 In ¥e»r . Mrs. THeodbre Loean was unanimously elected ': president -. of • th«.' WJmin 1 * iniM!on»ry union of . the First • Baptist church Monday gfterncoh.:: Other officers named !j»««;.-10».-YW,*'M. 1 'Cr6w, first vice vice. ft • f. Sloggs-Bolin. The marriage of Miss Luclle Bo- liu and'John Stoggs, both of this city, was solemnized last Saturday.; Rev. ' . S; M. .\Valson read the '• ' \\- ' " ' ' Franks-Ujan. l The marriage of Miss -Evclyne Ryan and Woodrow Franks, both of Osceola, occurred In this city will) the Rev. S. M. Watson performing tt-.c ceremony. U • 1 Esry-Mariin. Announcement has been made ol Ihc supper' tidcst'of Mr.' and Mrs. J. M. Aycock S'jndRy. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Garr.itl announce the birth of a daughter Friday. November 10. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lloyd and Miss Bethel spent Sunday In Missouri with Mr. and Mrs. Claud 11 Gray. || The Rev. W .J. LeRoy of Blythe- I ville filled his appointment hero Sunday afternoon. The P. T. A. and Home Demonstration club met Friday at the school. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, led a devotional and in the business session plans -were made, for a negro minstrel to be given Thursday night. New recipes were given by Miss Coleman wh.6 also gave, a demonstration'In making useful and Inexpensive gifts for Cl-.rlstmas. Two new members vcrc added to the roll, Mrs. T.. H. .Haynes and Mrs. Vester Pierce.. ; .. ; New officers elected for'the'P.. T. A. were: Mrs. J. M. Aycock. president; Mrs. Morris Singleton, vice president; Mis .Edna. secretary; Mrs. Wheeler Epperson, treasurer. In the Home Demonstration clu Mrs. D. Gavratt was named picsidc-nt; Mrg-,-Hunter..Crook, vice presidcat.-arid.'Mrs; Wheeler Epperson, secretary and treasurer. Montana Wealth Slumps .HELENA, Mont. (UP)—Produced wealth of Montana gold, silver, copper, lend and zinc mines dropped $12.718,315 below the rai value In 1932, a United Slates Bureau of Mines report l:crc revealed.. CARDUI Used By Women For Over 50 Years P3 the marriage of Miss Ha^el Nfarlin and Ernest Esry. both of this city. The Rev. J. Blufford Caldwell read the service. The Best Is the Cheapest COAL *UPREM That i Super-Heat Kcw" Wonder E Coal G\3 y,Medium skfe Lump Vtr Ton Cash Halt Ton - - Si.00 Superior Coal & Mining Co. Let Me Tell You About Those Pains You Are Havin When you've gol n lii'adnclic, or ;ire in pain, wliat you \vmil is relief. Nol jusl a hope lliat yon will get at. luasl a moment's peace from flic torture. Leading denlisls and physicians are prescribing a new compound for their patients who conic to them in nnbciirahle pain, because they have found it so positive ir. bringing relief quickly, and Without forming a habit. Women especially find this prescription so dependable. Go to your druggist and ask for-a. package of MonoPirin Compound, as this prescription is called.' Have it ready. Your next .headache, or periodic pain may come suddenly in the middle of the night. The first two lal)let.s.of-i\lonoPirin .will prove to you why denlisls and physicians prescribe il. Gel MoiioPiiin :,l rmy drugstore. ; DJ, slr jj n(lo , s 301 W. 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