The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 27, 1932
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PAGB T-WO Society Calcndat Mr». C.'R, Babcock is liavln the mUsion etudy clus ot Ih ,t! . .Woman's Auxiliary of (lie Firs Presbjierian church. Mrs. Louis Greene is hostess to.Uie Matinee Bridge club. The • Mid-W«k Brklge club 1 meetlnj with Mrs. O. P. Moss. Tljc.Rho Alplu chapter of Hi Epwon - Slgm» Aphn sorority I m?et!ug »t tlio.Hotel Noble. Mrs. -Byron Morse Is entertain tag the Thursday Lunrlicoi) cliilj Jhe ftlisiou study class ol Un Presbyterian church''is liavlug It Anal study 'it thy lio'me 'ol Mrs Z»l B. liarrlioii. f.The MtMlalppi county Assocln Hon n» B, Y .P, \J. | S mecttni "» , -^' .Pre-Schsiql Mcthers grou, of...^ city P. .T. A.V'ls mcetine «t vU»8 homo of Mrs .--Harry W lp>tn<s In the 8lian e aparlmeiils Cloi Hi, o««(7 ~ ' ". ""• '• H - Elklns and Mrs. flar *y W. Halnis were guesU of Mrs .poyle Henderson yesterday after •con when ' she 'also eniertalned ttie Young Matrons Bridge club i:Angu!l food cake topped with pineapple and whipped cream, cot Jee and salted nuts ivos served' af- ter.five projresslons. -.In the card eames bath salts . went to Mrs. Halnes for tlie gues ^Ite and club honors went (o Mrs Victor Bray who received a niniil- cure set. ('vi' rs ' J " F " ^ nl ' wns hostess to the. Tuesdiy.Lunclieoa diii) nut jeverol guests for an aftenwoi: party this week. Included In tli- jtuests were Mesdames Clarence Voilmer,- W. J. Wunderiich, W. J Ppltard, Louis Greeiia and Horace T. Culp. Hose went to Mrs, Park Hntcliett tor the club prize and flnjer towels were Mrs. Wunderllch's gift for guest honors. A salad course with coffee re- Jrcshcd the three tables ot players Son B»rn Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Patterson 2Z4 Dougan avenue, annbitnce '.th« birth of a son Saturday. Trie baby weighs..aljht pounds.! '«., ': Increased AtttwUnr*- At Mtahm Stady CUss .. Thert;. yrerc 24 members or the woman's auxiliary of Ihe Hrsi Presbytsrian church at the second study class of foreign missions at Mrs. O. P. Moss 1 home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. T. J. Mahan's circle won in the contest with Mrs C. R. Babcock's circle for points in answering questions concerning foreign missions in the Southern Presbyterian churcli. -Tonight the men of the church will be In charge of the program at the church beginning nt 7:30 o'clock instead of the mid-week prayer service. -Mrs. C. C. Stevens will lead the Program tomorrow afternoon at the home ot Mrs. C. R. Dabcock when tte Rev. Marsh XI. Callaway will also participate. Mrs. Robert E. Lee King will conduct the devotional. The final study will be held Friday sfternoon at the home of Mrs Zal B. Harrison. Club Meets Members of ilio Tuesday Contract clr.b were guests of Mrs. W. Leon Smith this week. In the five progressions Mrs. May L. Aldridgo won the prize, tea impklns. A salad with cakes and collee refreshed the two tables of players. Seniors Given Party Because of having won the con- t;st sponsored by the senior high rchool Parent-Teacher association for having the highest percentage of mothers attend meetings In the first semester,, the senior class was given a party': at (he Woman's club Monoay" night. DressecTahblr lackiest. thc boys and girls, hud-'a dolighlful evening oh. a:;treasurc hunt and latjr playing-gam:s.- The- boys selected Miss. .Irma Laura. Barnes as the tackiest >ifresscd girl. ar.d -Max Us- rcy >jon;_th.?- honor among the boys. They^jrere 1 presented bis slicks of redjciuiily.: ,; s '. , SaiwlViches, _all day suckers and red tenvoriadc.- .was served by Mrs. M. o;.UEJej,..qha!rmaji. and other members bt..\tho l.h'ospitalily com- .«ll»»,.~~ r -.i*"fVn P'^T ' A '• - .. Ctmb to P»y Tuition. Vat High.Sefcwk Pupil. ".the New'Tuesday- Bridge club, in,a'-meeting i-«sic.rday with Mrs. Oscar Bailey, decided, lo pay Iho tuition for a high school student •wh* othewrise would be unable lo «ttend thc tuition school. ,'In tlie bridge gair^s Mrs. Thur- tnon demons won Ihe club prize and guest honors wenl lo Mrs. Sherrod Pate, of Canithcrsv"."u, houscguest of the hostess. Both received haad painted luncheon ctethi. The Valentine motif was prclllly carried out in the refreshment covers and in the heart ;hap«d cherry tarU sen'cd with whipped . cream and coffee. • ~' * * • CtMi XUKI (Xtlcm -The 8A3 group of Junior high, wiih Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon as spon sor, elected these officers in a meeting' yesterday: Henn Miss Tennessee—From Kentucky "Uf* > ulw Iluddltitoii -above, comely 19.y c ar-old co-ed from * track record at _ ter of Clil Om«ga sorority." yeilerday in Pavagould. Tliey acconipnnlcd home by Mrs H i Woodnrd of tliat city who will visit i -hem. T Mr. und Mrs. Oscar Bailey liad as Ihelr jjiiesl yesterday Mrs. 6h»-- lod Pate, of Cariithersvillc. T .Miss Lariie Lewis, of CInclnri«tl nivcil yesterday for a vtsll wltli Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Stevens nnil family. : Jiiines u. Coston ,of 'osceolo,.it- :inletl lo l)iKlne.5s here ycslerd»y. Miss Cora Colcman and j. -.£. 'fiu. counly agents, kpcnt yesUr- ay ul Loachvllle and Carinl,wii<ie lliey held meetings of the Boys -.nd Girls 4H and Wonyn's clubs. Miss Mnttle Melton i and :'J,->E. McKell ( :illstrlct agents, of the state extension department; ate' Ih Mississippi county for tv:o days as- ilsUni; the county ajenU in nmk- ng plans for 1932 activities. J. H. Calv^rt. of Memphij- Is-at- teiuline; lo business here for two days. . • Dr. Eugene noscmoud, ot Mehi- ilils, was in (lie clly yeslerdny In inference wllh Dr. I. R; Johnson, lavlni; teen called here because >f Ihe critical Illness- of • Frances Slioiise, <lniifhler of Mr. snrt Mre. J. W. Shoiise. She Is slightly bet- .cr today. . •• Miss Leln Ulylhe is conmied iei- home because of illness. • • Mrs. Havry Weisbiird ,is confine o her Jwme because'of a sprain; inkle. ' ' :utclien, vice pvcsliionl; Joe M«- Oliee, seerelaryi'Fi'ank Candle, ro- lorter; Ira Oray and Virginia lartin, librarians. Tl:,; motto selccicil as "Action without .thought Is like shooting without,aim." The colors are pink ind green nnd the flower Is the ?»rm! Woman's Clab Names New Officers Mrs. J. w. Baxley wi* electeil >rcs[dent of the Carmi Woman'o >emonslratlon cliib In n meeting esterday nfternoon at her home The new secretary Is Mrs. II c inch. For Ihe commitlees, Mis. W. E. [ollawny was named chairman of ic membership committee, Mrs. .J I. Bell club garden demonstrator nd Mrs. H. C. Finch chairman of ic prcgiiim committee. Mrs. H. C. Dciv of Leaolivllle. resident of the county council who •as a visitor, spoke In behalf of ic comity council who was n visor, spoke In behalf of the plan o have each club have a council ;st en nip tills summer. Aprons brought by member.? for idglng by tlio standard score nrd causril much Interest with frs. J. M. Bell's apron receiving ighest score. In llic social hour contests were iijoycd in "tlio .nut game" with Irs. W. E. Uollnway as winner, he hostess served lemon pie and offcc. The next meeting will be held cbruary 23 with Mrs. Robert A. liildress. on Horn A son was born today to Mr. and Hayii Society—Persona) .. M "; R.-H--Jonc* was iiosless'to the literary department of the Osccola Proarcslve Club, tiHcrtaln- hje Tuesday afteinoon al (he home of Mrs. E. A. Teufprd. Mrs. L, s. Milclieii'icad the lesson from "The Theater" by Sheldon Chancy, with Mrs. C. S! Harwell discussing n chant,*' on the early Idles and pastorinl plays Mrs. P., A; Howse Slmkespenria,', rtiamn. Mrs.'P. p. Jwo ^ .. T , oiiHalrotis Theater of Spain," and Mis. Oeo. Edrlngtoii ! The Vulgar Popular Comedy". A delicious salad course was ed folon-lng flic lesson. * * I Mrs. P. L. Phipps entertained nt wage rucsdfty afternoon complimenting f|rs. Reba Dnviilson of Unlonlown, Ala., who is the cirst of her daughter, Mrs. c J - ranee Jr., nnd M T Lowrnnc'c. Tlio gueal list included besides tlie honoroe and her hostess Mes- dnmcs A. w. Bone,,. Jas. Driver. H. J. Hale, L. D. Masscy. Guv Bry- nnl. Jos Cromer, n. n. c'vomcr nnd R. A. Cromer. Delicious i.?frcsments were served In Ut> cpurscs follow-inj giimo nnrt high jcore prize „„> awarded Mrs. A. \v. Bowcn. Tlio honoree was presenied n favor. • * * Circle "A" of Die Methodist \\'o- innas Missionary Society met Monday afternoon at, the church will /v 3ui, \*.i:> uuin luxiaj ta 1*11. ;MI\I vt.ij uikuinuun tit tut: Cliurcil trs. Gcorg: Shnmblln, The taby.j Mesdamcs A, S. Rogers, F. ,\. ho weighed eight pounds, has] Mow*?, Ix>o Sclirtek and Morarltj cen nnm,?cl George Lawrence. Be-' hostess. ore her marriage Mrs. Shnmbliu; Twenty lira mcinhcrs tool- mrt as Miss Mnry S. Burns. : hl the discussion O f business pro • I jecl.s ami enjoyed Ihs social lion NeiVS I wlllcl1 'ollowod. Delicious refresh . I inenls were served. The Ladles club elected new om- j, Clrcl ° B ", iet at lhc h ™«' ers at a meeting hekl at the Von- ""•,°- w - KnlBhl. with Mvsdnn f Mrs. J. H. Longncre Wectnts-' Knlshl ,' F ' "' Morron-. and Mor ay of last vtik. The new ofncsvs son '« S '^S- Twcnly niemb re: prwUsiil, Mrs Vcr.i Garrett: »'«c prcrwl A social u n ,, r f ee-nrrsHpin Mr 5 nmh Rmnfr. !owr(1 th - sllort buslnr.w sea!, -_ . :. Mrs. Rulh Smoth- s; jecretary and treasurer. Mrs. ra McCollough; tnistess. Mrs. linton• McCorinick, ' Mrs. J. H. )ii?acre. Mrs. IVank .McClnnalian li Mrs. Ed Skipper. Mr. and Mrs. Frank MsClanahan pent (he weekend with the form's brother, Jesse MeClaiiahnn and amlly of Bertrand. Mo. Misses Carrie and Nora Turnbo Kill Saturday nigli! nith ,>li5s cne Turnbo. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Abtott of rniore!, Ark., spent Saturday night nd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs W . Skippsr. Miss Glodean Slayton spent Sun- ay with EJIth Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barley liad - their guests Sunday. Mrs. J. n. ongacre, Mrs. Mary Jamts and Irs. Mab!e Slaiifield. Mrs. Hester Qrlggs Is spending le week Tilth Mrs. A. T. Slaylon. Dress Clothes for Needy HARTFORD. Connecticut.. cUP) —Some of Hartford's needy are quipped lo go to a formal 'dance occasion arises. Tuxedos, cut- •'ays. morning coats and- smok- i Jackets with silk facing were n:o.ig articles of clothing col- cted by a charitah'.p nn<»nry JQJ- lames irri- ibcrs fol- ilon. scrv- Deilcious refreshments weve cd. * • * Clias. Colcman nnd \V. I?. Dycss left this morning for n short business trip to St. LouLs. They were accompanied by Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Dyess. Misses- Qracllle nnd Anu.i Blanche Moore ot Canuhrrsvilir Mo., v.cre guests of Mrs. John White Saturday niul Sunday. A. P. Barliani Is in st Louis oti business. Before rclumlm; home he will visit his daughtc:. Miss Frances Barlmm, at Lind-nnvood College, where she attends ;chool. Mrs. John White Is spending a fen- days with her daughter. Mrs. Oco. Adams and Mr. Adams in Little Rock. Mrs. O. E. Masfongi'.l will entertain thc bridge club to which she 'belongs at her home here Thursday afternoon. Station Work Slo»r<l n>™n PHILADELPHIA. Pcim. iUI'1 — Work oi\ the new Pennsylvania Railroad West Philadelphia "terminal will be slowed down because of Ihe financial condition oi the city, it nas learned. Instead ot working two shifts of men, railroad ofli- »ork on the new station. Mrs. c. O,' was a visitor i Memphis tlie first of the week Mrs. J. H. Qklns has 'r« from a. week's illness al her l West Main slrC2l. Clarence Volliper is allentUng BV \VM, E, McKEN'.N'EV Sccreiary Amriicim Bud{e ua(iie One oi me most, tiniiculi taults of any contract orKigc piayer to correct Is to stop tnun irum 1-5- biuding me same values, some players wnl simply Insist upon rc--uiu- dlng inlnimuiii nands, v.'s,|>ci'ia!ly wncn partner has 'eiipjioneu inor bio—t'tic ci'en worse, some players rc-uiu even u panncr nas nand is valued in u p o ways ilrst nnu mosl liHjMrtmit oi wnmn' ,li the quick or iitionsive tricks tnat lit contams, ana secondly i.ic U is- uiarence Volliper is allendlna to' ^"""'"- »»" nctuimiy i.ic uis- busjness In Msmpiils. , j"' 11 '" 1 ' 01 '<"•'•'•<-'J'loiwoii; crn-« tilai Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heaton snciiti 1 '^ " :U ' a V:I " I" 0 " 11 " " Piaycu av ycilerday in Pnv.gould. They Teic " t ' MW1 " dcclarttU «n- acconipnnlcd home by Mrs. H,. L. y °" " lust 'S" 1 * 11 "- 0 ' 1 U'al I" con- Voit must u-mein^i' that in contract It h 1101 a question oi u'O- CIIIIB against your upponents-wnat you aie -endeavoring to uo Is to picture your tuiii-j to your part- niT, <ma you can well npjircciap that re-oluamg a iiand mat con- talus no additional values other Hum f.:o£o shown Dy your ;!«'. old creates mi incorrect ana .axaggerat- *il picture ol your nana 10 your paruier. Yom-i part tier, tliereiore Mil more than likely carry you on is contract that cannot'oe made Wind- DII.S .same mistake was made in auction, it h more exaggerated in contract due to-the fact i nat n is icnpcrtaiit to arrive at a declara- ion which Is the exact value of your hand, me best advice the writer can give you to avoid re-blddine the Jfime values at contract is tins-' After you Ijave bid-your hand and U5C(i '••"i-t"'" l.I-i- - - • .»"*" Allen's Son Is . L. S. U. Mascot n m that bid, just, gather these , , cards togellier, put Ihem over m Ode 'side of your hand, and then look at the i-cst, of your Jiiuid- anu sec tl 11 is worth unytlnng. von know,, if you play an ace ana it lakes' a wen, you cannot expect, in»l.ace to take aiioUit-r tries, out. still i' great many jwople noKlmg luur-acci, are inaiu«i to fiia hand "to the skies. Ail t' i tour aces.will no is to take four Irtcics.- It Is quits true that iney may protluis uclditJDnal Jistnou- tlonal tricks. iu> tafce the following n- ample—supixjw you }>;i;i 1 Spaues A x x . hearts A x x x . DJumoiius K. j Clubs J 10 x x ' You,, would'be justified, ivltii the above ; iimid. to' open wlui on? no Inimp. Your partner bljs two no trump, .Tne tiling tw yon to uo now Is to cover up it:e ace 61 spades the ace of hearts, n:nj tlie king o; diamonds, and now look at your liatici. lias It any re-bid values? You find tin- Jack of iil.iimmcls and four clu!>5 to the jai-k ten—hardly enough' to warrant Bolny to thr:e DO trump. Your jarroer Is a.person of nv- craj;c Intelligence. foil may be blcuiiia against a partial score or bidding to sioji game, ami n-.iitc you may be Justuled tor stretching yotu- ,haii!l in tn«sc casts tear in mind that your partner Is also familiar with the situation. •Again let me warn you, befor° re-bidding a rtoubtlul hand, cover up the high card tricks which you used to-juslily your original bid and see ir the Hand would now justify another bid. (Copyright, 1932, NBA Service, Inc) potatoes, ten. minute cabbig-, salad of mixed greens, canned psacnes, cocoanut macaroons, milk, coffee. Hospital Notes R. W. Ingersoll, Memphis, ai Patsy Ruth Recce, city, were «( milled to the Dlythcvllle hospital Syracuse University j Aids Needy Sttideni SYRACUSE. 1 ' N. Y. (ftpji-yi emergency relief fund to allow sli Jents at Syracuse University to co: ilnue their studies, even If they ,r. in temporary financial ticubl3, \< started I-.ere recently. Eneli student, vvlio receives n pledged to return tile money n soon as ixjssible. iu order tluu o;h ers may benefit. Tlie fund so d totals more Ulan $2,000. College Abrogates Its Campus Blue Law LEWISTON. Me., (UP)— For tl rtrst (im: in tlie history ol Bate College, students have been per milted to engage in recrealiona sport on the cnmmis on Sunday. The llates Blue Law was abro gated after the Bales Outing Clu asked tlial students be permute to skate. on the campus ice Sun dnys. It ijs' believed the new nil would be extended lo Include leu its In the spring. Questionnaire Reveals Student Drinking Habit SYRACUSE, N.- Y.. iUP>-Six teen per cent,of tTic men student it Syracuse University drink in :oMcatlng liquor, n n.tiestionn.-ilr, nrtlcat.od. '• • ' An additional Three i>er cent ad nitled drinking-'when not in train- ng. Smoking wns Indulged in by :D| )er cent, I3r. Ernest • S.' Griflilli. dean o- he lower division of the Uimci-s- ly, salt! he believed the fciac: vcie corrccl. A British nh.itomht has ;u!..'.: d the theory that while b:. a Icvclop, teeth rest and that :; nen with defective teeth i: nore than' ordinary brain ii.^-i ; To Avoid Constipaisoii Sweet Cream lluttcr V, \ < BENNETT'S "'• Mil r 10c fjnart Dtliun,: Phone it BV SISTER MARY NEA Service Writer When a small family indu!»L'5 !n a roasi on Sunday °ii c .-oo:< often finds jt cjfi It en. problem to use up nil the me'at before tlie family grovis,-tired of 11. ''After tiie Sunday dinner Uie cul ls"likc- ly to appear sliced cold on Monday, in a slew on Tuesday nud'in hnsli on Wednesday. •However, there are .innmn'e-. able -and 'attractive ways of u'sui-* left-over .meo.ts. The last-.cupful meal, and' the tone itself, co •, as much per pound us did the orig- 'iial piece uf meat. So it we arc to ecein' the dill value for money cxr.cmlcd, every hit of the rcus- should be used. When cold cooked meat Is served some other form it j s often ciillcil a "reehniKree." Slices oi meat sre reheated in the left-over gravy, or a browji since is marie specially, tlavorlng it ns wanM Sometimes a tenspoonfiil of U'o-- ccttershire or odicr table saiict' cnn be used for piquant sensoni !-• rtgain. one-fourth teaspoon em-li ol tuiry pou-clsr, mustard and pan- ma will bi- liked,' the sauce to thc boiling point, add ilnn slices pf eo!d meat, nnd !ct stand over Hot water until heated inroueli Serve at once. Suftscstiup for a Slew A slew -is simitar to n rc-chsiif-- fee wllh the addition of vegetables. Make a slock from the boiies ar.d with (his stock mate 11 thin brown sauce. Add pi^es of colil meat of any variety. For each cup of cold meal add l 'cup of pared and sliced potatoes, '1-4 Cl , p each of cubed turnips and carrots and - 2 ... 5 ' 1 " 1 " °»"»> ™»ced. simmer until vegetables are tender Ragout Is a rich stew In which 111 tlio.meat iind vegetables are cubed. The brown sauce in this ease is highly seasoned wiiu table smicc and onion juice. The ve-c- tnbies generally uscd nre cookc( , celery nnd pens. Any kin:l of mc-i' s used In a ni g< , m . Mushrooms of course can be added. a frica^es (lie meat is cut n neat slices anil in nour. | of toast-o.- split baking powder biscuits are attractive to serve nltli ft Meat-see. Other Ways of Serving Meat pie is a rcciiauffee covered with baking powder biscuit' doiHi and baked in a hot orai until me crust is done. Sliced potatoes or other vegetables .can be combined with Hie meat- if wnnt-ert. Uft-ovcr meat of am- variety can be cut' in pieces tor serving and reheated in; curry sauce. This is served witli.boUed rice. Pork ami 'beef Is very gcotl wh*n reheated in a brown sauce witn chili peppers, cliopp»a ripe olives aiul raisins. This is put into a bak- mg dish lined with cornmeal mush covered with mounds of the mush' and baked. Veal, chicken or any kind of fou-l ,-ind pork can h; reheated in sauce a In king and served on toast or In patty cases. Tomorrows Slcnu BREAKFAST: Baked apples, oat- meat, cream, hot vegetable hash crisp toast, milk, collee LUNCHEON: Hashed meat in parsnip ring, creamed carrots, nut rolls, milk-, ten, DINNER: fork tamale pie, baked KC BAKING POWDER American Made Radio Sets StiHLead Worlk WASHINGTON'. (UP) _ United States radio sols continue to ind the world's export trade, tin rfe partiiiom of Commerce amuim*-,' following a survey of thj n. rn 'in months of 1931. Tiic marked upward tr?n:i (or Ihe iierlod shows an incrc.-ivi of approximately 17 per cent as cam- pared with llic ccrrespondin:> ». rlod of 1030. ° ' The value of exports of this class ol export during lau October tj. ; tated $1.753,183 as iomp:irc:f v.-iili 151,351,424 in October, 1930. Til: < 0 . 'tal lor the first 10 months of 1931 was $11,731,342 In coir.imlKn with $73(i5,618 dlirins the s.u.-ie U'rioi of 1930. Hore Is Asa Ilenlon Allen, -i-.vear- old sou of Goveruor-eleci 0. K. •Allen of Louisiana. In his new uniform as mascot of Iho cadet regiment at Louisiana Stale University at llaton Rouge. Little Asa's mil- lorm combines the luslgala of tlio cadets and that of Iho state highway department, which bis father now heads. Jap Woolen C'mts L'p TOKIO. (UP)-Tlie price of clothing made of Import?;! v.-^olfiis has advanced m'or-> th,an '20 ysr ceiit since-Japan abandoned the t'Jij standard, Cloi'iiiij; made of j :<ia .- nese woolens lias advanced absiu 10 to 15 per cent. STAINLESS Same formula .. urae pricg. Jn oiigiml form, too, if you prt WOOD FREE You can help yourself oil £00 acres of wocds 5 miles out ot Bljthevilie on Gl Highway. 1 ]-•) miles east ol Sandy Kidgc siore E. D. llajncs Has Worked MIRACLES for Me Enthusiastic users-users who get belter results than Ihey liad expected from Dr. Miles' Aspir Mint,- write us cvnry day. , " W ° " d e r f u 1!" "Marvelous 1 " \ Miraculous!'—are words quite ' generally „.,«] by these euthus,- jjstic users. Repeatedly fj,cy write .-U does more Uiau you claim tor Mrs. Rulh Culp, the cheerful lady whose piclure is shmvn here, says '«r- "^ e v , our '"""dcrful Aspir- M'nt Tablets w /,,- eA / 1(IUC w £ rk _ e<! iniraclcs^or me in breaking • lip Colds ns me!! Js rclicuinn the pains ol other ailments" Mrs. Ruth Cu(p, 4G East Chestnut Sfrect JVoi-risioion, Pa. Perhaps you would have <i similar experience. Why don't von try it? J Your druggist lias Dr. Miles' Aspir-Mint nnrl would be glad to sell you n small package for 15c or n large package for 25c salted" 1 ° hccrfull y ^und'your money if you an, not cnlirel, DR. MILES' Aspir-Mint The modern, mint- flavorct] ir.ndicine fi>r Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Neuritis, Rheumatism, Sci.ilira, Lumbago, Muscular Pains, Periodic Pains. DR.MILES* Irimin-s until brown all erveri with a brown sauce. Points HEAR Hon. ,i Thomas Heflin of Alabama Saturday, January 3fith, 7 p.m. at the Jonesboro Tabernacle, spwtks on })„, sni)j cc (_ "America ;it the Cross Uo;uls.' Tiekits Hd-. ->: H . m 590, am | v^.oo Jlakc yoiir reservations now t'nr a front scat by communicating with Knntt & SIH-IKHM-. ]>iioiic 251, 106,1-2 West Wnsh- inglfjti. C\ K. \Vebb 112 1-2 M'e-t Washington, Dr. J- W. Cox SOI 1-2 S. Main, I'honc 322, Dr. 0. H. Johnson ;;0i! 1-2 S. Main. Phone 227, Joiic.slioro, Ark. * fc ^* gaitaxi ^^a»HBMa»aa*B"»gBBt»^«BjvBKya^ 8 HOUND TKll'S EXCURSION S xnb 13.80 7.05. i'.CI) Cliallanoc^a . Pailur th .... at. f.uuis Kv-a;ii\i!lc ..'. 1175 BirmJiijium . fl.M laeksun. Trim H.70 I-D\\- Onc-\V:iy •Vew Orirans SIL-I >'c« I'nrtt .. JO.lJ I os Anscles .. ,-6.30 THK. MAGNOLIA LIMITED SI. Louis iind inlermctliaio ''points,' •(caves at 3:05 I'. M. , !a ji v . for Mcm-.-J phis at -!):30 [>. ai. daily. "I'Vcc I'illpivs^- and Porter S'.'rvice. ' ' • ;• O NE of thc finest buses in the Soiilh. o!tcr- -"'mg luxurious service over the lines of '•; dependable Dixie-Greyhound. ' "•• Step aboard (his fleet motor coach . , - note ^ Ihe attractive interior, then settle down in an « air-cushioned, reclining chair for a comforiable -j trip. Porter service, free pillows and ice wale:, .; for your convenience. : .^ Greyhound travel is not only comfortable md '.% convenient, but is economical... takeadvaniag; '•' of low winter round-trip rates at one-and-one- ';; half times regular one-way fare. "-I UNION HUS'DEPOT -S 2llii i Ash Sis. i.| lu:lc i;u ^ [XI H

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