OCTOBER 18, 1934 Hornersvillc Society — Personal G. M. KIddick, U. S. Game Warden who Is stationed al Memphis, was here Wednesday find Thursday of bsl week with Mr. and Mrs, A. W.'Goodwin. Mr. mill Mrs. Gene Bowler and family, ol Rnndels, Mo., who nrc moving to Arbyrd, spent the week end here with Mr. Bowler's mother, Mrs. W. T. Haire. K. E. Lee returned Saturday from Alicia, Ark., where he spent a week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. L. M. Cross. J. F. Kolwyck lelt Monday tor Dycrebucf, Tetm., to visit relatives and attend to business. Paul Hay returned Saturday from Caps Oirai-deau where lie spent two months working for the eoi'ci nmeiit, and will be here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Hay for a week. Dr. Vnn H. IJoml attended the fair at Cariithersville last week and spent Monday there on business. Miss Katherine Anderson, and her guests, Bruce Snow, Miss Mary Wcllman, Mrs. Clyde Wcllman and son Ray, of S6. Louis, drove to Ker.nett Monday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wellman. Luther J. Young, who is working for the government at Helena, Ark., spent the week end liere with his wife, daughter, and mother, Mrs. Cora Young. Mr. G. R. Knight, of New Madrid, arrived Monday to be cashier operator at the Cotton Belt Station, with E. Allen. Masses Kathcrine and rfobcrta Showmatc arc spending this week at Monette, Ark., visiting their aunt, Mrs. O. J. Vance. , W. R. Sewell and son, \Vill~jF., who are spending the school vacation at the farm at Fair Dealing, were at home on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoger Manning attended the fair at Catulhersville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Patt Burlison, Mr. and Mrs. John Dean, drove to Memphis Monday to do some shop- Ping. Aubrey Goodwin was called lo Memphis Saturday where he joined O, t M. Kiddick, U, s. game warden, 'his head manager, a' Mr. Moore, of Washington, U. S. game warden, and will accompany them over nine states in the United Stales Service. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Kinsolvin" arc in-.Cincinnati, O., visiting rel- '>?)&!•§ and friends for a lew days. ' ?ij^; : ^-'!d'.Mrs. Earnest Smother- •'majj^uigt i son, A > of- Senath, their .slsl'ef. Miss Opal George, of Hor- '.nersville, spent Tuesday in Memphis shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Adams, of Chicago, III., Mr. and Mrs.- H. T. Brooks, and Mrs. Edd Hosier, of Holcomb, were guests of Mr. and BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Fashion Calendar Turned Back Even In the work! of fashion there Is little thai really is new. The silk fashion parade held in the Museum of the City of New York demonstrated graphically that many modern styles arc adaptations of modes made famous generations ago. The 103-1 black silk version (at right), designed b> Maggy RoniT or Paris is strikingly similar to the silk brocade gem of 1050 shown al loIL Philadelphia Navy Yard Building Two Destroyers i'llll.ADF.LPllM. '(UP) — COll- Miuclkm or two 1,500-Ion U. B. i'shoveis Is under wuy ill the vy yard litre. 'I'lif vessels, Cnssin and Shaw, will !)>• high-spew! destroyers, cndi will' anniiuH.nl or four nvc-incli *. The hull and machinery In ti tinse cosl,$2,TO.OOO. VwlstliiB In the ceremonies at tin 1 stint of conslrncllon was J. S. Hliaw, ureni unuidson of cap- Inl" .Shaw, war hero of 1812, »nd foi uhoiu the si'coml of the destroyers is mimed. lln 1 Cnssin will uo completed u. i, iMo. nlu i u, L> simwihveo uulis later, PAGE FIVE.' WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Bock Pep . . . Vijjur . . . Vitality McJIral [uillioritlei cmc dial your kill- nm eiinliilii ir, Mll.KS of liny lub*! or jmirs \\llU-ll f;i.|p |o Jiurily Olt' Ucuil ntlll li«I> you huillhy. If >"U tme iroiilJi. ivilli |oo frequent tl[.1<!,l, r |los^t;cs v.-illl Brunt)' EllllOUIlt rilUS- toil Iwnini-«,,,1 .llmmifiMI, (In- 1C MILKS of l.uliR'j. i u b«» nml vvujliiiij,- out. Toll ilnn- Krr >n:i,:il may bt ll«! Iwninnlnu o( iinuulni; liarVndiL', ICK lining Ji> sa of Jirl» tiuil vllalily, nii|l MiUi-a, thgiiin'iiUi! tain*'niul dliilnuii. . If kKltiryl Jnn'l nnpty i |i!»m every liny rlli'J k'tt Mj of .1 I'numls of ivnttc inntU-r. y>our lx>Jy will tnko u|i tli>-ie |>olroui'cmi>lii|f Etnoiu iroulJo. ], ,„„,. v , lock „ oljt 1<r[ J •Iny you un for many inonllu. Don't vvnll Ask your ilruiclst for DOAN'S I'll.l." . . . n ilotl'jc's i.ri'scrljtllun . . . which lina !i iisal tucccufully by millions of klilncy «, , l le S of kidney tubes. !>"» don't laki. cbaiiecs ivllli slrone iltniri or so-eallcil "klilney cures" Hint clnini lo llx •you mi In IG lnl»nl«,<iir IWy may icrlouilv l«')»rc nncl Irrimtc dcllento [lisuw. luslil pn DOAN'Sl'lI.I.S, . . IhcoM rrflnblo r" lier Hint eontnln no "dope" or hiLil-foriulni- drum. Hi- sure you c el IjQAN'S 1MJ,I.:I ot yourdruL'tlsl.O 19J.|, 1'oster-Mllliurn Co Mrs. Charles P. Klrkmnn Thursday of last week. The Rev. Edwards, of Monette, filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Brown drove lo Caruthersville Sunday where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Juden and Mrs. Mona Helm. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wood~Slr. and Mrs. Floyd Ycnst, ol Atlanta, Texas, Mr. and Mrs, John Showse, and children, of Senath, were Sunday guests or Mr. and Mrs. Orvflle Wilson. Col. uive-s, .of Mattoon, 111., was here Saturday visiting B. P. : High- rill, Fled Hauls, and other friends. • Miss Cora Bryant, accompanied her aunt, Mrs. Cora Bryant to Paragoulri, Ark., Thursday, and will visit there for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nesther, and chldreni of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thompson, or Blythe- I'illc, were guests ol Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Kenley Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Rouen Killian and daughter, Dixie Fay, who arc spending their school vacation at Manila, were here Sunday visiting Mr. Killian's sister, Mrs. Hoy Oooch. Mrs. D. A. Rut/in, Mrs. J. 13. Noel, Mrs. S. K. Rutfin, and Mrs. C. B. WnUson attended the nssocla- tional meeting ot the W. M. U. at Cardwell Friday. .Mrs. Tom A. Ray. Mrs. GcorgC' S. Brown, and Mrs. Charles P. Kirkr.itin, drove to Slcelc Tuesday and wc.-e guests or the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Massey. ,.•.,.; -.. There is a constant flow or water in the Bosphoms. IB-mile historic strait connecting the Black Sea with the Sen of Marmora, but for some strange reason it Hows in both directions at the same time. THE W9SE OLD OWL ,..„,. by £sSo USE ESSOLENE AND YOUU CONTRIVE TO GET MORE DISTANCE ON YOUR DRIVE.' GujUumteeA SMOOTHER PEKrOKMANCEtl ' Good Taste/ ' "' , It's toasted" > v r«rrt«« MMto-tsMawttin-whtt .L/uckies are round, Luckies are firm, Luckies are fully packed with-only the clean center leaves —these are the riiilciest; leaves — they cost more ~ they taste better, )hio City Threatened By Housing Shortage SANOUSICV, O. lUPJ-Thalv's n Jiisliig shoitnge In tills city of WOO. Tlio Holtand-iilcgci- coni- nny. formerly tlio Vnlcnn Miinu- nolurlng Coinpunj-, of Knnsiis City, :mte<( |(s iilant from Hie Missouri Hy lo Snndiisky tliirlnij the sum- HT. Tlie shift brought aoo "key men," •'"h Ilitlr fninlllcs, here. The li>sl or the approximate 100 employes were recruited locally,- Arrlvnl of £o nuu\y families created sncli n hoiiilng shorLneo llml n citizens' cdimiiltlcc Ims been fonnd to find dwellings for the newcomers, New Industry for Hulrlch HALRIGH, N. C, (Urj— llnlclgll, more of a political limn linliislrhil city,-Ims'n new liKlnstry. Out o[ nu oUt tolincco wnvcUowso, Uie Norlh cnrollnn Emergency llelk'f lon lisa built ,1 glnrlng- ly clean, modern equipped cannery/ cmiiloyliit' almost,'half a thoU5antl : Jobless. i'J Colds That Hang On Uon't lot them get .started. Fight lliein quickly. Crcoimilston coinbliicV 7 lieliis tu one. Powerful tint harmless. I'lcnsnnl to take. No narcotic^'.' Your druggist is authorized .lp' i-i'hmil your money on the spot U your cough or cold Is nol relieved hy Ci't'Oimilston. —Adv. 11 LIFETIME Genuine Congoleum 9x12 Rugs 9x12 Rugs Cheap Light Weight Beds Simmons' 2-ln. post $3.95 Cane Chairs Best Grade ' Not Seconds 90c 150-lb. Mattresses - Mattresses 55 Lbs., Boxed Edge, Plated Felt Bed Room Suites 3-piece $29.95 living Room Suites OvurstufTwl, Tiipcslry Upholstery $29.95 EXTRA SPECIAL Can't be beat. Full size marbleized finish kitchen cabinets with glassware Kitchen Cabinets $19.95 No. 8 Cook Stoves $8.95 No. 7 Cook Stoves $7.95 Comforts, lull Size - $1.95 Double Blankets $1.25 We are trying to uphold our tionof selling good furniture cheaper HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Blytlieville, Ark.
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