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if am (ABK.) COUBU5R CTCL Social Calendar ^_ T , EVENTS ..,..-, -_.j Legion Auxiliary meeting it hut, 7:30 p.m. Literary department Woman's club meeting 81 club bouse, 2:30 P. .M. Mrs. W. C. Hlsglnsoi) having Young Matrons Dilclgc club. Tuesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Floyd White. Lapge P. T. A. meeting. 3 P, M. Eastern Star having slated meeting al hall, 1:30 P. M. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Dclpliian Fine Arts club meeting ut Hotel Noble, 8:30 A M. Mrs. W. J. Wundorllcli Imvlng Wednesday Bridge club. Central Wnrd P. T. A. executive board meeting 2:30 P. M., fol- Iqwed by meeting of entire organization, 3 P. M. Jewish Ladles aid n;eollng with Mrs. William Borowsky ill Manila, 8 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse havltij Thursday Umchcon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. J. K. Lentl. Mid-Weck Bridge club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Bible study Church of Christ, 2:30 P. M. with Mrs. S. I,. Webster. FRIDAY'S LVENTS U. D. c. having benefit card party at home of Mrs, A. M. Hull, 1:30 p.m. . W. M. U. Has Mfftinj Mrs. J. .!>. Friend led (he program at the W. M. U. meeting Monday afternoon, the subject of which wns 'Clasping Hands Wltli • our Southern Neighbors." Mrs. w. M. Crowe presented the lilblc study, subject of which wns "Ills Benefit," Mrs. R. L. Rceder loci in prayer. "Clasping Hnnils with Mexico" was given by Mrs. Aivln Holley, -Results of lionmn Catholicism" wns given by Mrs. Murray Smart. "Catholicism In Our Own Land" was discussed by Mra. \v. M. Williams. "A Vision ot Hands," was the'subject of a talk by Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. The meeting was closed with a prayer by Mrs. J. W Hishop, In Ihc short business session officers were elected for Ihe coming year. Mrs. W. M. Williams dismissed Ihe session with prayer. Auxiliary Has Luncheon The Woman's Auxiliary of tile First Presbyterian church had n luncheon, meeting Monday at the church, as the closing program of u series of studies and prayer services on "Home Missions." Following the luncheon there wns a program meeting with (ho devotional led by Mrs. a. a. Allen, assisted by Mrs. P. B. Joyiicr. The Rev. S. H. Harmon reviewed the book. "Home Missions In Ilie (Southern Prr.sbyteilnp Church," Mrs. Salmon spoke on the CiuUlo Valley Academy, bringing its VC ri. bus needs to the attention of the organization. II was decided to send a Christmas box lo Hits ix'hool. There was a substantial offering made for the Home Mission Cause. Methodist Missionary Society Metis. Circles 1, 3 and 4 of the Missionary Society of the Fiist, Methodist, clmrcli met at the church Monday with 28 members present, including Mrs. C. C. Langston. ,-i new member. Mrs. James Hill Jr., gave Iho lesson from Ihc book. "Great. Souls at Prayer." Circle 2 met at, the lionu Mrs. W. J. Pollard, with Mr S. A. Thompson, co-hoslcss. Tfictc were 21 present, including a Riu-st. Mrs. Charles Wyllc. The lesson was given by Mrs. p. M. Hawkins. Following Ihc meeting sandwiches and coflce were served. ; of the Cmifcdcrncy hns made plans for a benefit ijrldiie And rook parly l o \ K Klwn Frl( |,, y ( , V( ,_ "ing nl this humu ol Mrs. A. M Butt, 7:30 o'clock. • * I Have Family llcimlon Mrs. iiany Atkins entertained ' gnosl.s Sunday wilh a family reunion hi honor of tiie blnhdnV.s ol Mr. Atkins and his »lrs. A. M. Atkins, who years of nge. Included in the guests were Mrs "e Klimliiglmin mm Mr KJ,I- inngham's gninrlmolliiT, Sirs \\ W. M. V. Meets. The W. M. U. ol the Second Baptist church met Monday at 3:00 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. C. Harnisli, on Clilckasawba avenue. The program wns opened by Ihc singing of "TIic Kingdom is Coining", which was followed !>> the devotional, led by Mrs. Leslie Moore, who used the 17th cha,. tcr of Acts. The prayer was l"d by Mrs. W. M. McFnrlnnd. "His Cross Conquers Ihc Crcs- •hi". . Ihc second chapter of the ludy book, was given bv Mrs Ix-slle Moore. Alter B short business .si'sslon Die business mccliiig was rilsnilK- "?d by Mrs. Ilarnlsh. Tills society will meet wllli Mrs, Harnlsh cacli week, iinlr.s!, announced oliicrn-l.se. (!ariTl(-l,(Mc. Mr, Jack I<ivc and Miss Di'mr- :rah Oiirrctt. both of lilyllievllln, . ncrc nnileil in , imirrlnge' by Ihe Ilcv. S. II. Salmon, al Ills home Saturday oj Netcs Mostly lei'soua. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wt'iflmai and children. :ia:oinp;uik'd h) Mlssi'.s Jamie Nichols anil Ill-act McFarljiiid, .s|u'iil Himdav n Koisor. Mary Alice Crocked, I keen very ill, i.s j.liu 1111- . Tbe minlslers of Illythn-lllc met Monday evening in UK.. fi M i f „, Ihe First I'resbyterlan clnirdi o perfect their oryani-ntion. Tlie Ilcv. W. V. Womack was elected chairman, (he R K V. s H fj:i]iuon vice-president and the licv. N. n. Rhodes, Kccrelnry-ircnsiircr, ' n was decided to liavt- n ThanU- glvlng service at. lo A. M, TJmiiks- eh'lng morning. «lth (he Kcv. V. E. Challtml di'livcrini; the message ami Ihe furclul music (uniishod by a coinblncd choir, it was also decided to take n religious census of the clly nnd a commute tbls purpose was appointed. To Have lU'iiclll I'arly. 'Ilie finance committee ol the j^j- lioH Fletcher chapter ol Die united Texas, nl In-en diuidiler, friends here, lia.s lolmnrd to his lioine. Hi- tor Mrs, Beltlc Joan. Mrs. ,|. c;. Webb undcrnenl an operation yesleidny in Ihc Ht. lier- nard hotii>lla]. JoncHijoro. Her condition Is very nood. Mr. and Mrs. It. .1. Dodsiin and Miss Cllllie WeWi look licr over .Sunday and Mr. Webb mid daughters, Mrs. l.ucy Mi-Ad- IIIMS nnd Miss (.'Mine, went over yesterday. Mrs. McAdnms will remain wilh her for ihe ijie.sent. conimlllca for 1)r - and Mrs. K L. Husband have ' ' Bone to Cleveland. Miss.; (or n briei slay. Mis.s Fninces Tucki-r. who has been visilinii Mis,s Kathleen i'olk In Washlngtun, IX C., has iicccpl.- ed a ptisltlon us leelinieian In the Gnrlleid Mi'iuorial liospiial there. Mte Tucker, n-lio Is (he dnngliti-r of Mr. and Mrs. C. R Tucker, re nollier, was IB and , rs Jenings «r Kiemi, Miss MI- Mrs. Ijiiymoiid SIrlngcr an<t i- guesl, Miss Ola Mae IJuvls ol Jonesboro, Tliiiriii.-in Alkins nnrt children, Mr. and Ml ,. j hn Burns and son, Dick and John. Circle 1 j. i'ii(i lm .,| of the Luke Methodist church ry socleiy Is planning 1'i'Hy Thursday evening rliiss room of the clniich cents. si reel , Liter cdiicadini at tli<; Mr. and at their tcis'ed hci Mississippi Woman's Colcsii Hnltk'sburg, Miss. Jimiiiie Allen, .son of Mrs. li. ,). Allen. | s ill home on Kentucky Avc. Miss Ola MUC Din-is, of iluncs- Ijoro, is Hie liwisi'KuesI, <it Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stringer. Mrs. IV. If. Jciiiiiiurs, nf Rimy.!, Miss., has arrived li> spend Severn i months wilh her uuiinlson, Aim Mrs. Ray Johnston, 'j,f oiibti- f|iie, Iowa, was stricken suddenly 111 yesterday, while on a visit lion- mul underwent an operation for appendicitis al the 13lythcvil]|. hospital, liclore her mnrriiige she wns Miss Ardell Klnnliighnin, of Lcpiinlo Girl Bride of Poinsell County Clcik LKI'ANTO. Ai-k,.-Mi« s Ml ,,. v |, n . OIIVHS, of ).t.-|iiin(o, and James A Smith, of llan-lsburtj, wen- married "I M.'irion Sunday |,y Hie Ilev. Mr. Pratt, pastor of the Kirht Hi:v. ehnrch UK-IT. bride is the daughter Mrs. o! QWCIIS Her . . . Owens I.s the pastor of the nisi Uaptlst elimch hern. She iiiinid- ed lihu; Mountain college in Mississippi and Inter was graduated I'iriiii Central college, Coiiwuy Sin- has been employed in the- law uf- !!«• of z.iiclnn Colcman here Remembering the Bidding Helps in Succesl'ul Play ^TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 108.) lo also ownM a large tract 0 { laud by Mr. Smith i is probate clerk and! Knottier of I'olnscli county Hi> allc-niled Tennessee Military Inand University of Mississippi. Ills father is county suner- inlcndent of education, They will live in llarrlsbmg Solution lo Previous Contract Problem 'Mils is lln- fouilh O f siv ,.,,.„ IllOmlllp h;,|,,| s c . v ,,; ;| | llt .,, ivmhnrTV' (;k " h "" 1 ' l " r ""«'' iiv WM. i-:. ,,, Smclary, Aiiicric.-in Ilridje At (lie American Whist Ic'igU" i Chicago this summer/ ,h>iv Cillok. ami Aaron l-'rank were second in Die two major open I've'iils Ihe pair and tcani-of-foiir. Shortly niter Ihc lournninenl,. r heard several of the fine eastern players discussing ]r ran i; mui a)ic j. -. 11|( , Hie unanimous opinion of nil was "Watch the smoke of those boys; they are comers." In explaining today's hand „., Frank said, "Too many players forget about, the bidding the nilniilo Die play of the hand starts two Mr (iood defensive hrli tlsc. To yon the her. Mr. Johnston is . . ls led nirnlVBl will be held ill llol- d Friday night at which lime • Ijiisfcct ball queen 'will be elect- Cnndldiites' from each class have been .selected as follows: 7th and «lh grades, Helen Cohooir Mr. mid itrs. l-'rank Hi B iirni spent. Sunday in Kcimetl. Mo. Mi.s. Edgar Mrs. Uwiy mill '"i wm u e 10 L-c-uts —•"• i.'»ibin nmM-L] UIU1 Mrs O Included in the (jiiests will he 19' Gi " lsli ' ! Wl ™ "» I'nrjieoiild Sun,' ie Ilev. anil Mrs xv .1. i „!:,„.. ''">'• t>'»-oio n ill i ft, Ilev. and Mrs. \v. J,- LcRoy formerly of here and „„„, of T[M . who win nnh-e Timrainy .; to _s|»nd tw,. days with Mi. nnd Mrs. Gcoi-yc Shanks. The Rev. Mr. Lclioy was pastor of this church for five years. I'- <>. W. To aiccl /''He W. o, w. uhapta-will meet Mils evening, 7;ao o'clm'k, at Hie Lil. Lake Street w. M. S. as Meclitu; Monday The. Uke Street Methodist church woman's missionary «*•rely met at the cllurch Monday afternoon for a study. Mrs Gcoi"c Oisinger was leader. Mrs. Guy lingers read from Ihe I-list i'snlm for t| tc devotional in which Mrs. w. j. Log;,,, (ltrvcC(] prayer. The Icswn „„ --Eastern Women" was given by Mrs. Ul- iiBer. Mrs. Ivcrson Morris was elected <•• the Hoard 0( t-hristian ediira- llon. The 18 members present were of dismissed by Mrs. V. E. Clmllaiit In Tnpolu. Miss., where tlii-v saw I'icsldeiit H nose veil Airs. ,;ohii ivebb, who lias 1 n finite ill for some lime, is mnvi, B " AGO CITY, Mo.-Miss tel < c|1 - •""' I'ranlfs. rtauglitci- of Mr aiw Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iliimphrey IvIl ' s -. W - K ^"^ nnrt Mr. Bovd and tlBUgiitci-, Ai.nella. Mr. and I | ^"° 1 - v -, of "'-'eg City, Mo., were Mrs. Stephen II. Jiiooks ami Mrs l"" l "'d '» innrringc Tuesday, Nov- Clirlstlnc Purvis spent Sunday in " llllc>|1 13- The coieinony wns pcr- Iliplcy and Gates, Temi. Hospital Notes Admitted to the tllylhmlle hospital: Mrs. Ray Johnston, city dismissed: D. J. Carter, city. Head Courier Nova Vfunt Ads. (Iny. Mr. and M, daughters, Virginia and Fiances , and son, Toiumie, spent Sunday ' ' Bassclt Postmistress and A. C. Arnold Wed HASSETT, Ark.-Mi's. Jennie is. Kelly, postmlstrrss al Hasselt. and A. C. Arnold were quietly married Saturday night at the hoi.* of ho Rev. If. M. Lewis, pastor of the Wilson Methodist churcli J" Die presence of a f ow ,-,,| ;1 . lives and friends. Mrs. Arnold was born and mir-j, cd In this community. Mr A ,.. ] nolrt is a former resident of Hot SprniKS, coming here several IIIOH- llis ago to do constriiclloji work al Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold will con- l^iu: to make their Ii6me in lias- Will Crown Holland Queen Friday Night mml. never lose thought of hiddliii!." Mr, frank said 1115 opponent.* announced Hint tliey were not us- HOLLAND. 7lo7I ,„„ nan, Mclba Miller; sophomore, Loraii! Roberts; junior, Ruh,- si,,. Ion; seniors, Winnie Mao Cope -'» class hns elected a kins will crown the queen of his class. Tliosc selected Bailey, arc: Paul Joe . ^..,.vj, i tun jirui James Spalding and Joe Smiford. Miss Lillian Frails .. and Boyd Lenely Wed * Q « » V .110 'D 8 * 711 * .1 S 7 2 A A .1 7 W A Iv IS • ,i r, i 4 Q i o i; i N V (J 7 I « K 10 9 S * K HJ S 5 I v s ;i 2 » A Q r,— Duplicate—All viil. Soulli West Niirlli Iviisl I'acs I N. T t':iss :! N. T. is Pass I'aKB Opening lead—y j. •><) weak no trump openiiiB bids. Tlicl-elorc, when West opened Ilie bidding with one' no trump, Frank lluin-cd him for three lo llni'c and one-hall primary nicks. Mr. Glick was sitting in tin- North and Mr. Frank in the South. The I'lay The opening lead was the jack of hearts by Mr. Glick which Weal non with the ace. West then led jack of diamonds and lei if winning with tits Ihc Today's Contract Problem Tbls Is Hie llftli of si* hands by Aaron frank, Souib ] s liluylng llic contract al four liearls. Wesl opens a lieart. The declarer develops ;i pseinio sfiiieczo by m>( lakiug a discard Can you BIM the lilayV A K 8 6 2 V K 7 5 3 4 Nouo 4. A s i :i Soluliiui Uj ucjsl issue. '^11 Tip ton Jaine.s, three sons and one daughter, John L. James, superintendent of schools nt Bra»- sadocio; Edward. Phillips service nation manager, of this city Jharles. :i student al the University' of Missouri; and Mary S( , c . who is " • •• < JUIJ^K at Uollvur, Mo. Siirvivh.- ,.„,, s one sister, Mrs. Mollie i,i»ht of Newbein, Tellli. " Gosnell Will Dave New Cunning Kitchen The OoMicll cHiiimmiiiy is buiiii- na a new canning kitchen and i :tjmmiinily clubhouse on lh( , nor(h ^iifi «f I|R. school grounds, behin-i he churcli. The building will have wo looms, ono for dub uen. Now, the average pluycr would immediately return his partner's suit, but before leading 10 the next Irick, Mr. Frank started 10 reason out Ihe hand. West held nothing in diamonds but the jack: in clubs probably (he queen, as the ace and king were showing in the dummy; ho hart ivor. the first heart, trick with the ace, therefore in all probability, lie held the nee of .spade'; and the king of hearts to justify his no trump hid. With this deduction of the hand. 11 would not do any good to return a heart, so Mr. Frank decided to shirt to a spade. Which spade would yon lead, a small one? If so, the contract would be made, a.s the declarer would d l]C k and let North win with the queen This then would leave the declarer with Ihe ace-jack, tenacc nosl- tion. Mr. Frank reasoned that if West held the nee and <juc°n of spades, then the contract could not, be defeated. But if .West's holding was the ace, jack and one spade, the contract could be defeated by the lead of flic ten spot which ho proceeded to play West played Die jack, North won with Ihe queen, returned a, spado and now Soufh's spade suit was established and lie still had the ace of diamonds for a re-entry This fine bit of deduction defeated the contract two tricks (Copyright. 1M4, NBA Service Inc ) Anuorel Negroes 'I'ake T\vo Kirsts At Disirict Meet l placed fonued at KcinicU,. Mo. Percy Wright, ui uanihtersvilli;,,,. , Mo., attended to business here' ll(>1 " 0 nl Brn gB yisliM'day. Mrs. M. A. ri'n 111 for a Unmet month is now bel- Tom w. Jackson, iicrnmpanied »> Ed Scot I of Little Kc-ek, attended lo business in I'ara'u.ould. yesterday. . !>. Ferguson has rcnivercd Iroin a brief illness. »''•• and Mrs. Lmely will make u home nt Bragg City until y flic first of the year when tliey will move to New Albiinv Miss wh,-ro Mr. Lonely will u.k'e •w Ihc iiianagciiiciit of hi.s fath- Wardcll Couidc Many HASHKTT, Ark. — Mis Oody, M. u nd Hoy Wilki-y. 28 were married Saturday night liy II. C. Smith. Justice ot the 1'i-are. al his holm- mar nassrtl Mr. anil Mrs. Wllkcy an- „( Un- Warden community and will make Ibcir home there. 3 Doses o£ FoSey's Loosens Cough I Til. GIRL SCOUT NIGHT TUESDAY, NOVKMHKK 27lli.- BOY SCOUT NIGHT •;.- WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBKH 28th. R1TZ THEATRE The liicture >vill l )c "{JAAIULING," wilh (.KOIUJK M, COHEN. This is Harrison ri-pnrl:—"(iiinihlinn" is suitable for children adolescents and Sundays. Although Mr. Cohen lakes the narl of a gambler, l;c is i»h6wn as twing honcsl, and during his Ki'wWiur; .aclivtljcs nothing j s shown lhal would offend anyone. CLASS A ENTERTAINMENT! Read Courkr News Large Crowd Attends Special Cowboy Servicti I:«ISC Monday ni,.|,l crow(j h .»< (lie S [ioclal cowboy service > (lie revival meeting nt u lc !„.,(. llight Th( , cd "The Mis. Uuttcnvoi-lli Roiiiul-Up" on plny- The Armort-1 negro j lirst in eliiiius and solfi in intermediate orniorv al the district oratorical and music contests (or negro scliools. held at Frcnch- Jiian's BII.TOII Friday. Mississippi county schools took most of the hpnof-s nt. Die meet, iti which scliools from this county and Crit- tcndcn county were entered. Marion look first place in primary oratory. i n which ni.vtlirrille mid CivUlcr were lird for second osc'c- pia anil Klytlicville tied lor .second m the mtermedialc oratory rontesl wnu by Arinorcl. Carson 'and c.ri- <ii'r tied tor first school oratory. illythevillc was second in chorus and solo singing, in which Armorel was first. The contests were part, ot the program at (he annual inectins of me r lcnlli Educational district, held '"«ln- the auspices ol the Associa- ""• "I' I'M l/J«l(t/ Chromonica, Hie choir and niidienre joined in slirgini. "Home Ilie Rtingc- nnd the chorus of Ihe .special duel, "A Dream." The. sermon Cowboy's was given . • —"- *•' b i *^n In cowboy language. A largo group "I men was present. ToniglH is C-mld night and tho .sermon is | "Why lie Saved. Anyuav" Jatnes L. James, Pioneer Pemiscot Resident, Dies fJAUUTH E RSVIU,I5. M 0 ., Nov. 20 —Funeral services lor jr.mcs La- Fayclte James, 111. a pioneer of Ca- rntliersville and pcmLscol comity, D. . rosier. Mr. James, the son of John La- Fayelte and Jcanetle iicndcrsoi James, was born a l Dyersburg I'cnn., iti 1853, and died here Sun- place in high day morning from a heart, attack ivhich occurred Saturday night. He joined the Baptist, cliurch al AlfCalaugn's Chapel, Dyer coiintv, Icnii.. about 18H7. nt ,d later moved his membership to Collonwood Point. At that, place, he became an ordained deacon in 190!). Iu I9M he moved Ins family to CariithersvilJc, but continued < o operate his store at Cottonwool! Point. liero. Surviving him arc his I'iciow, Mrs. and the oilier lor cannlns; uriJ lies. ISiglily lamilics made attondhig Southwest Baptist col- of Ihc- canning kitchen duriun past season. They have pa 5,097 cans since June i. Stop Chls and Fever! RidYourSyttem oF Malaria! Shivering with chills one moment md burning with fever the next- that's one of the elfecis of Mal- irin. Unless checked, the disease ,vi)l do serioiK harm to your health. Malaria, a blood infection, calls for AVO things. First, destroying the in- 'cction in the blood. Second, build-i n« up the blood to overcome Ihc effects of the disease and to for- lily against further attack. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic sup- : )lies both these effects. It contains (astelefs nulning, which kills the Infection in the blood, and iron, which enriches and builds up (he blood. Chills and fever soon stop and you are restored (o hciiltli and comfoit. Fur half n century. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief for Malaria. It is just ns useful, too, as a general tonic for old and young. Pleasant lo take and absolutely harmless. Safe to give children. Get a bottle nt any drug store. Now two si/es—50c nnd $1. The si size contains 2K limes as much as the 50c size and Gives you »',*, more for your money. -Adv.ii Sl'KIN'GFIEt-D, Mo. (IJP)_ elite Hay. local grocer, displays turnip weighing 'eight and one-": pounds and measuring 21 inthe circumference. Manufactured by bakin powder Specialists wh maKo nothing but ball incj powder —undo aujjorvision of oxpor cliomists. -Here's COLDS CONTROi Same pric "s 44 years ago To Help PJUVINT Colds (S) To Help SHORTEN a Co At the firat sneeze or nasal irritation, (jiiickl—a few drops of Vicka Va-tro-nol. Its timely u?e lictpa lo prevent many colds —and to throv/ off colds in their early stages. At bedtime, just rub on Vic VapoRub, Hie mother's standby treating colds. All through 1 night, by stimulation and inhalatt! VapoRub fightu the cold direst. ssoca- tion oi Teachers of Negro Youth of Arkansas. Saturday the meeting was addressed by Norma Purifoy. social service worker, and A M. P. Strong, of (he slate department of education 666 Liquid - Tahtal.-; Halve. - Nose l>roii^ Checks COLDS / To Build RESISTANCE to Colds: Follow the simple ruled oE health that arc pait of Vicks Plan for Better Ccntml of Coldj 7 IK Plan has been clinically tested by practicing nliysiciana- rmd proved in home use by million!. (You'll find lull detaih of this unique Plan in each Vicks package.) iF COL First Day Headaches fn M .Minutes Easy on Hal's stomach BECAUSE- W.iy is il lhal I can eat so many now? What's clifFcronl about these. Nan? That's easy! These biscuits are digestible, Jim—they're made v/Hh Crisco, vcgcla6fe t Kan- I,oc:it«l at 1(11 North Sr.coml ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON lilnVAttDS, I'tuiirSclur ill makes utrcbulin'jriicwrilcrs, \Mi»g machines and Calc. KeiKiiriiig—rails—aiMiaus Sign of the Times Times ore boiler—people ore asking—HOW MUCH HEAT DO I GET PER DOLLAH?- inslead of-WHAT'S THE CHEAPEST COAL YOU HAVE? So we're selling Certified SAHARA—plenty of il—because it gives you more B.T.U.'s— more acluol heat—par dolta,-—than any oihor coal we know <»J. All w» ask is a trial. « JOO Certified SAHARH Bates Bedspread^ New liuk-s Hpri-iiflN Will .Mulic Your Kuums Hpiir \Villi Color am! New Chtirm M A I't, !•; 1. K A r_|fci-u.s ramniis "Cushinn Dot' 1 (txluro. .A|iiic;irs. Jo have )wn hand \vnrUod. CoKon. liluc, Rnse, Gold, Htlio, (Jrccn, Kusl, Ital, 'While L;UAKANTI-I;I> UOTU HUN-TAST ANU Jack Applebaiun The Home of Nationally Advcrlfccd 1'ioilucls A

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