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6, 1934 DEAL Fffi FifiSI POUM BL'itHBViLLti. (ARE,). (Continued Prom Paso One) Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia and ew York. Off-Vfar Records House majority leadc-r Joseplj \v. Bymj. clvatrman of the Congressional campaign Committee rc- i.'ises to concede that tlie Republicans will gain ahy seats, despite Hie fjct that the off-year elections normally show a swing away froin <hn Administration. The record-In recent years shows what usually happens in (he off- year congressional elections. Mld- *»y In. the Hoover administration the Democrats gained 61 seals to win a majority.;-They gained 14 Eeats in 1S26, and K in 192'' in 191,8, during ihe, Wilson adminlstrii- tlon the Republicans gained •>! scats. In 1914 the first Wilson off- j- ihey gained 66. lie Administration can retain a two-thirds majority m Hie Hoife next session only by holding Republican and Farmer-Labor gains to J5. A two-thirds majority of (he house is 290. The present lineup w 311 Democrats, 1)4 Republicans, live Farmer-Ijborltcs. There are five vacancies. Hayti Society-Personal Mdmes C. P. Wells. Hugh Lewis, Jehry Euell, J. W. Golden, T. P. GiUus, Luvian Blackard, members of the Stitch and Chatter Club, drove to Blythevllle Friday, arriving at the home of Mrs. Ernest Johnson at the noon hour.- The a<Jies took covered dishes and enjoyed a dihner together. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of St. Louis spent the .weekend here visiting their daughter and bus- hand Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gilbert. . Mr. ond Mrs. John Morhstadt returned Friday from Memphis, where Mrs. Morhstadt had been receiving medical treatment for >inus.- Mr. Morhstadt also received medical treatment while there. Mrs. Effie Mae Holmes and I Mrs. Effie Davis of Point Pleas-' int were here Friday visiting Mra. 'Jin Rlcfgeway. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Hulmes' •5on, Russell .Thornell, who spent New Deal "Cabin in the Cotton" HEMP T PflPER Back Proseailion of Mem- ])liis Paper for Criticism Courl The neat cottage pictured above, typical of more than n hundred already completed or in process of construction at the Dycw rural rehabilitation colony in this county, is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and their five children, until recently residents of Dassett. The Smiths were the first family from this county to be accepted as permanent residents of the colony. They will pay for their home and small farm in installments spread over a long period, without interest charges. he. weekend, at .Point with his relatives.. -.. Pleasant .. -. „ Tommy Joei 'young sbn : of Mr. hd Jifrs. Hubert. Woodyanl, Ls suffering with humps. , an attack -. of the •i\Ir. and Mrs. Theon Strack have . one of -the stucco Iiou«- ,.bf longlhj .. u> . Riiey Siimmeis . I • 77 K ~° . •"* • *HiCj- allilllCit'l^ Mr. Drewey. Sanders bought the me-next door to them from MI- jiinuTif.rs. •',. . •Mrs. .Oirace Davis "of Elto,' Ark s here .visiting her brother .1 A Meyers, .who"Is serioiisly ill.. .M*s, R. Fihiey' of Chaffee, who IBS bee nhere visiting, her daugh- "•' » rre - & T. Hill, has gone to tkfston where she. will visit tends Ji'm Reynolds has been employ- tl'.'os a departmental teacher in he upper grades "of the element- iry school, filling the position va- :ated by Miss Ma urine McNail »ho has been transferred to the ligh school English department JanHB- David, -son of Rev. and !vfrs. Cecil Pranks' is suffering rom diphtheria. .Mrs, .Alice B. David Ls vtslling at Stanley and attending to her arming interests. 'ity Abandons Effort lo I Enforce Ordinance Galling for $200 Bond Prosecution of Meyer's Bargain Center for, failure to i»st the $200 surety^ bqhd . rcQiiired of so-called Itinerant merchants" has ' heen withdrawn by city officials and the store company has teen allowed to pay thr regular licen.se received from "permanent" mer- chanl.s. . The slore refused lo post Ihe $200 'bond rcmilred in conipliani's lime. Such a bond was not required of local "fall merchants." A threat to seek chancery court Injunction restraining cnfoicemeiil of the ordinance caused city officials to give prosecution tinder its terms further study. The withdrawal of the nction followed. Reid, Eviard and Henderson, local attorneys, . represented (he store company. Hospital Notes Admitted to the Blythevllle hos- >ital: Miss Bobby Lee King, city; i. B. Kllgore, Huffman; JUiss Jane 3ogul, Steele, ,\fo. ; Mrs. J. c. •Oobbs, Armorel; Mrs. L;na Spears, taring. Mo.; p, c. Lucas. Steele, Uo. Dismissed: Miss Violet Meacham, ly; Mrs. Virgle Keltner, Leach- We;. Miss Jean Peace, Deering, MALDEN, Mass. (UP)—Mrs Florence L. Minolt died recently ii ol . Ark., Nov. 5.—Six- led) allorncys, represeiillng the bars or practically every county seat In Ihe second judicial district, signed tin- criminal complaint filed In circuit court nt Osceola Saturday, naming the Memphis Commercial Apiieal, Inc., three of its employes, and ft. 13. Snowden Jr., of Hughes, Ark., as defeiidanls In n contempt of court action. The complaint alleged that articles In the Colnmerclal Appeal, tiuntlng Snowden, tended to create u "universal disregard" for the court of Judge. O, E. Keck of Bly- thevllle, Keck was presiding Judge of circuit court liere when sponsors "I a Ci'illenden rounly salary act sought to force county officials lo place Ihe proposal on the'general election ballot. Comments of Snow- ilen on the decision o! Judge Keck mid Inter the slale supreme rourt Is basis for ihn action. The complain! was signed by the following attorneys: v a \ B. Hnrrl- snn, Cecil Shane, Blythevllle; ,). T. Costou, c. B. Sullenger, Osceola; Cl. W, Oliver sr., Corning; B. L. Westbrook, Joe c. Barrett, \v. L. Lamb, Jonesboro; Arthur Sliced, Plggott; C. T. Carpenter, Marked Tree; Ja? sou IJght, Jeff Hrallon, Paragould; Waller Klltough, s. W. Ogen. Giles neering, Wynne; T. W. Davis, Memphis, Twin. Whether or not the Commercial Appeal, n Delaware corporation will accept service of the complaint, Is not known. District Attorney Denver Dudley called on officers of the paper Saturday but received no definite statement. Little O'Donnell Bend Child Victim of Flames Funeral services wen- held Saturday for Billie Earl I'ercliull, 3- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Perctfull, of O'Donneli Bend who was fatally burned Friday 'afternoon. Tlie child, according to reporls, was playing aloue in a small outhouse at the Percifull home. He Is believed to have set the structure afire with a match and biirned to death before he could be rescued. Services were conducted at the family home and burial was made the same mm wiiere sbe^s iWn I Sip™ O«>« ceSiy^th" 1 ^ "i^o^f r hi"™ 1 " l " e t s-- ?« ^™* ™ 'in charge Erfde'd. by "You're Fired" Madame, your eorvlcca ara no longer required." Thus, says Mrs. Kllzabctli KJlund of Peim- saukeu, ,N. J., Douaid K. Lawrln- son, wealthy Philadelphia dniry- maQ, ended tbo romance which Sail Induced her to divorce her husband. Detallii will bo i>rcscnt- «d lu tbo trial of lier $100,000 balm suit lining heard nl Oam- deu, N. i. Fanners Urged | o Attend Series of Mqelinus This Week Tlie U, a. Dnronu nt Aiilijiit) fn- dilstry mid Ihe Arkansas Livestock Sanllary lioiird arc'cooperating in sponsoring n series ol meetings lo lie held throughout Mississippi county this week io discuss st campaign for the eradication of tuberculosis In the calllc of Ihe county, Veterinarians will conduct incet- IBS ill which the Tiiucmbly plnr.cs for testing cattle, for tuberculosis will IK' selected. AS tr«tlng Is roin- -' muter Ihe law, efforls m-p . iiintti! lo Ime all rnllle owners lepnwnled ui these meetings. Today meelinjs wero Achfiliilwl at Vaihro school, U n. in,> Nilin- l>cr Nine, n _ n . m,; Wiiiy um i - :, 2 p. in.; Annorel, 4 p. m Tuesday—New l.tliprty scliool, fl a in.; Illyihovllte voiirt limne. II m.; Toiniilo school, n i p, in,- Closnell ccliool, -1 p. in, ' Wednesday - Dell church near school, fi n. in.-, Lost Cone school, 11 a. m.; Manila piclurr- show, 2 l> in.; shady drove//! p. in. Thurwtay—Skldway school, 9 o. m.; Pnwliecn, II a. m, Loaclivlilr. .school, 2 p. m,; Cannl school ( P. m. . * , . In the Osceoln-district-the niret- IUES will bo at these placer,: Moh- Iny—Whltlon 'school, 8 a. In.; •Vcchmi'.n Bayou, 11 n.tiii; Joiner, :30 p. m,; wilstui, .3:30 p. m. rucsday—Carson school, o a. m.; '.uxoru .school, 11 u. in.; 1 Osceolii ichoo), i.-jo p. m.: Wednesday- West Illdge, 9 a. in.; Elowah, 11 a. in.; Kelser, 1:30 ]>. \\\\ i "Iron Horse" Got Itrvon; . CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UP) — The "Iron hnrse" had its' revenge here recently when the Union Pacific Railroad's new "Zip" Irani stalled 50 miles east of here and had to be hauled in for repairs, u was one of the puffing old type locomotives that steamed proudly Into the yards here with the disabled streamlined flash In tow. THE 3O-FOOT <SIANT APC Of MOVING PICTURES, REAU.V WAS ONLV' A . JOV, 2O INCHES IN HEIGHT/ TRICK PHOTOGRAPHY MADE HIM APPE*.k AS A HIDUCUS CREATURE, OK ENORMOUS PROPORTIONS/ IN OUR , VJt CMtWT ill RAIN»Ow! IH TMI MIOCH.S OF THS 1 EQUATORIAL OIAMEtlER X Of THt CAS.TH IS ONLY TWtNrY'SIX ^Z> MILK GREATER THAN .THE POLAR. DIAMETE^ A MJIVICK, IKC. The bow or n rujiibow Is an lire ol 11 cjrclo whose center In directly opposite the sun, Tlie ordinary rainbow has u'radluj, of about n degrees. For Hint reason, wlitn the sun. Is more than 42 degrees above the horizon, the. rainbow Is below the horizon, and Invisible. Six-Foot, '125-Pound Sturgeon in Lake.Erie MADISON-ON-THE-LAKE, O. (OP)—A six-fool, 125-pound sturgeon, supposedly the largest fish of any sort found nlbng'thke Eric's shore east of Cleveland lor 25 years, was landed here recently by nri Akron carixmter. - - . Tlie glnnl fish was dead when discovered rind was being washed ashore by rough waves,. A large cut on>its back Indicated it might have been" run "<!o\Vn 'by n boat, i Displayed in. an-ice company win I dow here, It drew dozens of nma 1 teur photographers. j The sturgeon, according to old- Hlmers once was king of. take Erie Ish. in recent 1 years, Its number IBS dwindled. It still Inhabits Uic lecper and colder waters of the akc, however, but Is rarely of such size as the local find. The Akron mini's naiiic was not learned.' NEXT: Wh.il flsli has «n the deck of a fhlp? ullors seinelrss, an they stood Head. Courier New« W»m Adi. Mothers! In treating children's coldj, don't ta><e chances.. uie PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS Now . a( HoathrMt tonwr Walnut and, Seroad ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER , SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor ill m»*MofrflinlllTjp«wrl(«r,, *ddlm Mac ; . Kcp*lrtn(— FarU— RlbboiK WI'OBJ 71 OalcnUtor. wllli an "Itiiieraiit merchant' 1 linauce which had been A , t ,!•'."' A "s«n Trumbull when lf M '° flrc his flini!1 « for of the season's first co | (1 spclh s he prepared to n,, w a s fc m \ "" or coal i n ,,, e nr lc ,, ..,*,*, iidv, ULKU on nuj cuy statute books about two years Mil, pllered to pay ihe regular license fee, which was refused. Under terms of .Hie ordinance, out of town merchants enterin" business here were required to po^i the bond as assurance that, they would remain in business here n Hill year or at least eventually Pay license tor 'such a length of Get Rid of Malaria! Baitith Chills and Fever > \ To contiuer Malaria, you must do wo things. (D Destroy the infection in the blood. (2) Build up HIP wood to overcome the effects and to fortify against further attack Ihere is one medicine UW, Coo/ these two tilings and u ,, u is Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic: Tlie .nstelcss quinine In Grove's Tustc- Icss Chill Tonic, destroys the mal- arlnl Infection In Uie bltwl v.hlle the iron builds ,,p H , e U!ooU. 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