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*t& <mfot hut* mkm jtETHODIST CONFERENCE. Will Be Held In April 1 Hartford to 7. City CE61N/\LD DEINKJY ME.RNA KENNE.OV >«. "EMBAR.RA&SIN6 MOMENTS".* wr«M«i ncroKc AT TIJE DIANA, SUNDAY/and MONDAY. CITY TO MAKE. • i LITTLE THEATRE. .•• J T^ JL -a' ii ! ' (Continued From Page 1.) (Continued From Page 1.) . . ... ij . .„„„ - „ Mr. Wilson to give his patron's the ind keeping them; five, days for " . . ij , „,,„j r „,. best of entertainment at a reason- he owner, when ii; not called lor •hev are to he ,pui to de.ith.An au 'e charge. : • * ,. ,.'--„ , ,„„: Other frolics of the Little The- lnuounding. lee ofjaOc -for the . . , ... atre club were greatly enjoyed by rst day and 2ae .-jtpr each addi- , .... • J , local theatre-goers before the lorial day held. • ;j A request of Cliarles Bates to construct a cenien'i sidewalk on the Green street side or his prop­ erly'at the corner lot Washington and Green streets; • was referred Martz burned last year, and practically all of the talent of those shows is back in the organization and several surprises are in. store as well as several new faces will appear in the Ritz Frolic. The to ihe street and!: alley commit- e] , t ire cast will be announced at a lee with power tc'. give or deny ] ater date. > the request. The Street and al-.. A new organization has devel- ley committee wasjialso . given a oped in connection with the Rit request made by jjHarry Binkley. Little Theatre club, known as the to' gravel the alleys at the rear ot i mu Harmony Hounds. The mem- tlie Library building. Mr. Binkley.hers of this group are some of owns the adjoining property the "boys around town;" and they across the alley, jyhich was one are to be starred in the coming torn .up by the lading of the gas Ritz Frolic. Tiain. ... ! * 1 • .. City Attorney Fjrank. Pyke was :3tructed to \vri|je the Indiana! as Light Company demanding \ „ (Continued From Page 1.) ; iat immediate strips be taken to; would be a first lien, upon the hue the alleys tii^ji up .by lay-! property. As a matter of fact, the .S the Kokomo-'ljiptnn main in ; Federal Farm Loan Act, under mdilitiu for traflft. , i which the loan is made, demands A report that ' some of the ' tnat the mortgage be a first lien, mds of the city &ere .practically j Everybody knows, of course, that. : diausted was m:|ke and it was| a . tax lien comes first: therefore, "so stated the lvjio accountants;' 1 is imperative that the farmers .om the. State B'bard who are ; Paftheir taxeswhen due and keep mhing the lionicsilwould in a few; tlle slate clean. LAND OWNERS. .f ays finish and vTould submit a I "Every farmer knows also that Ian. for an .-ideniiate budget forj tne tax 011 general property has 'ie city. Mayor Griffith slated thei increased to such a degree as to udgcts as they i.lreviously have j ,,e a " "exceedingly heavy burden, pen made were (insufficient andf anu ' efforts by them and their or- til properly maa£ and that ap-j ionizations to present facts be- •ropriations .already made by theji forc tlle Proper 'tribunals' with a resent council w«i-e not properly view 10 Having taxes readjusted ia«le. according tfj the state ac-.| should he encouraged." riintants. i * l-ight With hiimgglcis. Charles McCulliitigh was given ] j ii 'El raso, Tex., Mar. 22.—Bdr- Fiinissioii to.tap i;iio a city drain lid the city will ij furnish sewer lip.e necessary, thi! petitioner doing ihe work. \ • .' ' Street Comniissipner John !Hor- Iti-.n was instructed:; to install a dcr patrolmen working out of El- Paso last night fought with six Mexican smugglers near Anapra Station, west of El Paso on the New Mexico-tMexico line. No pa- icai' h basin ft tne; alley intersec-1 trolmen were injured though jtion of AVaLiat street, netiveen j more than 150 rounds of amnra- |Greeu .'ind -Columbia Avenue. ' nitiou Were fired. | The GREATEST Event of the Year] -(rarewell to— . Sells Floto Entraining for Coliseum Engagement jin Chicago! Circus Zoological Gardens, Peru, Ind. Greatest Rodeo and Wild West RonHdop Ever Held—Starring the World's Favorite Motion Picture Hero TOM MIX and TONY In Person His WONDER-HORSE i You havc-sccr. tin:; dashing herd on the screen—now you can see him i in pcrsom Together with the flreatest,array of Cowboys, Cowgirls, Bull i Doggers, Bronco BDsiers, Trick.and Fancy . Riders. Rifle Experts and \ Chalnpiohs of the 1 iWestern' Plains—THEy WILL ALL . BE' THERE. { The entire sSells^FUto Circus will. b e -on.^exhibition, entire Zoo open. Plenty of free parting --spipe lie TFicre Knrl>' Ilain or Mimic Sunday, March 23 The eighty-seventh annual session Of the North Indiana Confer^ e'nee of the Methodist Episcopal: church will be held, at Grace church in Hartford City, the week of April 1 to 7. All the Methodist.ministers of this coun-r ty will be in attendance and also' lay delegates;. Several visitors to the conference from tins comity will atteud a day or two of the meetings. The feature lecture of the conference will be given by Dr. Clarence True Wilson of Washington, D. C, secretary of the board of temperance and public morals, on the subject "What I Found in a Bishop's Trunk." , The special music attraction will include choirs of DePauw Sextet, Taylor University ladies', quartet and orchestra and the Kinger Sextet of Boston University. . The program includes a number of banquets, among them the Depauw University banquet, Wednesday evening at 5:30 at the United^Brethren church; Laymen's Association ' luncheon on Thurday and Friday noons at the United/Brethren church; banquet for ministers* wives, daughters and widows' association " at the Christian church Saturday rioon, and the Epworth Forest Institute banquet Saturday evening from 5:30 to'8:30 o'clock. Appointments of ministers for the next conference year will he read Monday, April -7. Following is a list of the prominent speakers who will- appear on the conference program: Frederick B. Fisher, D. D., resident bishop of the church of Calcutta area^India, who will be the presiding bishop at the conference; Bishop Raymond J. Wade, D. D., of the Stockholm area, Sweden; Bishop Edgar Blake, D. D., of the Indianapolis area; Bishop James C. Baker of the Seoul area, Korea: the Reverend Newton E. Davis, D. D., corresponding secretary ' of the board of hospitals, homes and deaconess work; the Reverend R. S. Cushmau, D. D., pastor.Albany Methodist church, Rochester, N. V., and members of the World Service Commission; the Reverend G. Bromley Oxnam, D. D., president DePauw University; Fred Hoke, trustee DePauw University; Bishop Edwin H. Hughes, D. D., of the Chicago area; the Reverend Bert Smith, D. D., secretary of Men's Movement; Dr. Clarence True Wilson, secretary board of temperance, prohibition and public morals, Washington, D. C.;: Dr. John Paul, president Taylor University; the Reverend Edward D. Kohlstedt, D.D., cor-, responding secretary Board of Home Missions and .Church extension; the Reverend W. E. J. Gratz, secretary department of Epworth League and editor of Epworth Herald; Honorable Arthur H. Sapp, president Laymen's Association, Huntington; Mrs. Walter Werking, conference secretary of Woman's Foreign Missionary Society; Mrs. F. F. Thornburg, conference secretary Woman's Home Missionary Society; Mrs. Edgar Blake, wife of Bishop Blake,. wives "of various prominent ministers and other people. ' >a |H >lcon Necklace. A$W<I MMctiMi «f; Used 6 B» 1829 Model A Ford Standard Coupe, ^Bonnie ^-Ikireolor,^ 1 ^1 1«29 Ch >vrol «t Six^fcmpe; yon t*n more than ^Jplmtiit 'fiiirt year's depreciation on thiisar/ T v ^^l6del A Fordor Sedan; len than S.TOOUdles on Himivfri «irriM a-now car iuaranUe^ ' Whippet Coupe; good^patnt^ad tires; £2 both these exefK'l New York, March 22. —Agents <or the Archduchess Mane Ther- ei ;a of Austria I today were iu possession of the historic Napoleon -necklace, which she asserted had been sold .without her authority to a New York jeweler for SliO,- 000. In consideration of the return of the . diamond necklace, valued by the 'archduchess at $400,000, Marie Theresa assumed part of the loss! incurred by David M Michel,-the jjeweler, in returning the heirloom. • Jury Gets Case. - W,agliington,• March: 22.—Justice William Hltz, preBidingj at the- briery trials of Edward L. •Doheny,-delivered riii charge to* the jury tbday. rEJrstghe! summon- •od counsel and talked' with ttiem 'for-twenty^flve rainuteii." * t ~2 •i •...... ,,.irglldlarshall or iudlana ^ollH. irV 'spending 'the Kg DEFEND BKOHIBITIOK Attended Funeral. Mr. and Mrs. E.G. - Rust ot Mill street and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rust and children; of East Washington street, have returned from Lafayette where.they • had been called by the death .of George Edward - Rutler. They attended the funeral services Thursday. The deceased, who 'was 14 years of age and a pupil in the Lafayette schools, was a victim of double pneumonia. He was the son of Mr.- and the Late Mrs. Edward Rutler. 1'he mother who was a niece of .Mrs. E. G. Rust died last 'fall, the ; Tipton relatives attending her funeral at Lafayette. She formerly^ resided in Tipton, her maiden name being Ferguson. Attorney A-. A. Fletcher- was \ transacting business in the Court, at Noblesville Saturday. ; GENERAL CRACK: GEORGE PREEDY •Daniel C. Roper (top), internal revenue commissioner when war-time prohibition was adopted, and Fieldjng H. Yost (below), famous Michigan football coach, who were "among those defending the dry laws before the house judiciary committee.—International Illustrated News photo. SOVIliT ATHIKSTS I'AltAU'K ' Copyright. 1928 by Dodcl Mead & Co.. tnc The Warner Bros. &" Vitaphone production starring John. Barrymcre. is based on this novel. • SYNOPSIS As head ol the victorious imperial trniy. General Crack, soldier oj lortune: plans to make King Leo nola emperor. Leopold, anxious to ired Princess Eleanora oi Anhnit- Itcssau. had. tor reasons o/ state, to yield het in lavor ol Viack One hour alter marriage. Crack had to s-ef oQ tot the cnmpaigil. entrusting Kleanora to ihe old Duchess ol Schonhuchel. Leopold, smarting a: his delcat in love, and Crack's preeminence tn arms, sets off incognito ind meets Eleanora. The Duchess is outraged. Leopold ind FAennnra arrange a tryst in hei chamber thai same night. , Throngs I'aiiicipatt' in Anti-Holi^ioii Demonstration Moscow, March 22—Buoyed oy their hatred of religion, tens of thousands of Soviet citizens, Red so!diers v government employes and school children marched for three hours . yesterday over Moscow's muddy pavements in protest : at intercessory prayers abroad fori Christians in Russia. , The marchers sang, anti-religious, songs and carried inflammatory red banners. They were led by bras,= bands playing martial and Communist airs. Some of the marchers carried grotesque effigies of the pope. There were many banners bearing the familiar Marxian expression: "Religion is the opium of the people."' j Tiiere were, reports of similar demonstrations iu .other Soviet •cities, where the anti-religious fervor has been fanned to a vigorous flame. The Central Association of Cooperative Stores, which controls distribution of food _ in • Russia, has decreed that no store can sell matzoths, wine or other Jewish passover ritual foods,,the order applying also to the. Russian Easter. - CHAPTER XVI—Continued From the staliies a elm-It jtrncic ant] then anntliet simndeil from •la- recesses, of the palace They ri'i>int- ed twelve strokes.- Ann then, tn what seemed to them fivo-minutes' time, they counted one stroke And Leopold said: "Before <ve Know we nave even met tirjetlier. it will lie the• rla.vn." And lie added, it t!;e first lermr lie- had felt since lie Had entered IHT chamber: "Betaie the ilav.-n I must l.pa gone —beiore" the light .'' Russian! -'U -js a long while jvl in flit' i ria'wn." she pleaded ."Winter's dawn comes late: am. you mtipr stay,Tor I am now frightened to he left alone!" "I will take you aiviy tomorrow, said l.oiinnld. moving the lia!r ftotti Uuricd At Noblesville. | Funeral services for Frank French, suicide, were held at the' undertaking parlors of Evans & tlbdby in Noblesville Friday afternoon. Rev. M. O. Lester of the Npbleville Methodist church conducted the. services and burial was in Crownland cemetery." The wife, who was located at Indianapolis was in attendance al tile services and made arrangements for the fuiier.il. Other than to say that she and her lutBband had separated on the 14l.h of -February, she did not - discuss their domestic troubles. The wife was formerly Miss Mabel Reed, sister of Douglas Reed of Zious- villc. Tlie unfortunate man had no relatives other, than the- wife who could be located. •<•«. ... French 'kilted himself in lite house on the old J. B.Dey.jiiey farm.: near East - Union the .body, 'being c discovered -Wednesday morning by ;Fredv Dovanoy, ;-.who entered: the :home to Investigate after French -had not been Been for"some time.'Three SchooTt) ISntereil. |The-,*county. superintcpdent-jhas the"m ,sriu8crlptB r subpiUted in tliejl annual-Jessa'y 1 contqet on the'Unit-"l od;^Ut^ J ,-: con»t!tHtlon,\ which HHiubon a^tlicy nil pocket, and' lileanora, with a lunatic gesture, leaned forward aad covered up the mirror, as if she could not endure that it should witness her disaster. Eleanot could noi move: r.nd lia- uor. gazittf at her curiously. Starch 22nd. Tipton barbers announced their shops would, be open from G a. m. to Up. m". after. April 1st. *' * * Dr.. O. W. Collins received a •card from 'somewhere in France,' stating his nephew, George Collins had arrived safely. * *. * Ash'er Jiurkhardt of Windfall. announced himself an a candidate for the Republican noniimition for sheriff. * * * Hugh Campbell, statipaied at Camp Taylor was home on a furlough. j * * * ! Leo Cook of Goldsmith retitnt- ied from Sparta, Kas., where he j had been visiting his mother, ' Mrs. Lizzie Lowes' U . . *' * \ W. .1. Feirier, trainmaster of the j Sandusky division underwent an thought that -she. would faint, or ;operation for the amputation of j his right leg injured iu a wreck ! which killed three men. i * » * ; . Members of the New Lancaster i Christian church congregation s;ive a home talent play, "The ; Xew Minister," which was largely attended. even die.'berore dss eyes. Leopold was roused ut last. He stood between the lerked nack tied curtains, ialt dressed, tn the dul. twilight. Iniuieriiaielj' he retog ntzed Gahor; itninediatsiy. iilso. Iu recognized the trap. Hie snare. i}i> spy—catastniphe "You, ulackguarrt.'" ne hiiirmiirt." through bleached ups;'. and cm- stood speechless before Hie fatu. ' Ferdinand (labor was glib—-;, reue \ ."iUoih>i\iKti'eur. he said, with now. "Count Ik'nsuin-rt loni mt ; watch over Your Majesty . aai., l:^pt good wan) outside tlus i::ii\ .window, anil now."it is scarcely ;irn •tent that yon should liluger. May advice you to go. Su r e. lai'medi ately?" tlalmr nsi-deil no dismis -.i 'l:' tit •lirt not stay m neai thf-tr-ilt ITRZLM -I 'proaclii 'i? and ilei'iituciaii'ms o: l.eii|i!il.d He nov .-i 'd in u.Mi oi "lii'iu: noi was- his smile-. "> H -UH either Leopold stan-d al Kleajiiirii. a;m i-.u.ild lind ii.iTinim -iu say: .u.i.i stn- ;mt het laiv.Ui in-i hands ;n,i <nr •ilill tii'tort- n>M . il 1 Hi: ias i:.ib'ii nad. toiiiid in-i "Spying tot ins ^wi, vn.ts. ui really s.-nt by ileiifdurfi'?' .f..-fR ;i: wonilereil. .in mtlei i1i .slr:u-lion t'oilay. ne staiimit-red. d:izea oy '.Ins nittei awiikKiutig.' "my irvu • today or tiiiiinrrnw 1 will lake you" :u Isiwenhers." tint Elop.nnra rlid noi sp:'ak o: ) e. • Unbolt ihe' door." a. writs. u lied, -qmcltiy Ciitm- fur .ins si>-.;ti!" s;:i- wins' lured, and iinl hei I'.u-e IUK-II- HINDOO A<;iT.\TOU TO'JAIL. t'onviclfil For Urging IK-riaurc of liritish—(iandhi Cautions. 1 . ,- , j Rangoon. Iliirma, March 22.— j.l. M. 'Seiigupta. mayor of Calcutta | was seutoiici'd I his ai'ltrriioon to "ti'ii days' inipiisoniiieiil. after ! •'.-onvictioji on a charge of sedi- ! lions..utterances, 'growing out of . his support of Alahatma Gandhi land his campaign of civil diso'ne- { dimicc against liritish rule. New Majestic, Model OO, Complct. With Tubes, flt6-W. Lee S. Lealfcerman FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Drake Beauty Parlor Graduate of Rainbow Aradcm) Call 15 for Appointment Second Floor, Masonic Bldg. XVII fT>Ai:i)li l)i:v.->'(l . suavely ;,i -j —• I lui'idoi-.'i. ism; askeu. .:...nliy suavity: Is i! your pleasure. Jlnn.j.'^ m remain and near wlia; i h.; Willi rlil. .- tf "Will you give me the* tier brow and staring down into tlu- face which he could scarcely see in this dim light R Tomor:u>y I wil. take you away: -Tonight is mint She began to weep, hidden upon his shoulder: weeping for she Knew not what: weeping without ei or hindrance, and yet without real pain or fear The shadows were al merging into one monstrous shadow which engulfed them both . They went togethei to the win dow. rapt in this, lovers whim tc gaze upon the stare tngeihet. mid she gently moved the curtain aside gut Leopold thought of the sen tries., and .almost instantly pulled the dark- and ' heavy folds 'osely again together " Gabor 1 . the Transylvaniati. waited patiently, wrapped' in liis dark- cloak, upon the balcony. He nad been there ever since be had seen Leopold enter ,Eleanora's chamber He waited with infinite calm, and infinite expectation: nor for one second did. he relax his watchfulness. His eyes were ever on those windows, and they Dickered at once to that one where there was .movement He saw Leopold's white band, even in- this obscurity:. t.e saw the blur 'of it on. the curtain and the 'faintest glow ot interior firelight: and. then he saw it with drawn and the/curtains pulled to gether. He heard the cock crow.-and stretched and yawned in his warm pelisse.He turned b is .Hi o ug - is n e- liberately to Prinoe -.Chrlstian. What .had 'Prince Christian neen r°otn this:-most momentous: night? He would make it bis business to find out tonie day. • Ha. pushed the window wider and boldly- 'entered .the - bctl-cbam ber of the Princess Eleanora. 1. She slowly turned from ner con temptation ~other- own Jface. and •stared at blm' with, an expression ot utter,,tmaied horror:, so^ stony and so^dreadful. that even he was faintly moved. "Hashl^ha- Wld; .fearlnR \ttiat ..wheD--abe^Mcovered• from her psr- tlal r , torror ,^»ha ^wonld shriek 'HnahtSThjBra liTnothlng. Madame, tof«l^tlih«»aVltapTwatch r ontsIde ypar.^w|ndoir; whao~ , i.'think."you CWmal ^Wnrjrod'^ re- tean »Ufa?two."«raea •amtoer 'Initeh? ! Jainbiisar. lJombify. India. Mar. !• 2.2.—Mahatina Gandhi National- i - • i I ist. leader, in a speech at Aukhi. j lisoverely reproved tho villagers j I for so enforcing tin; social bov- i i i j 'cott against policemen that they j | wore unable to obtain food. The : ! Maiiutma said it Was against re- I Migious principles to starve -of!;.", j -sials. • • j I Gundhi said lie. would suck ; i stinkers poison ' "even front Gen-] 'oral Dyer"-if he should lie bitt.-tr. i • General Dyer, resigned from the i Uritiiih army alter a loud outcry | growing out of his order to troops j to fire-on a niob of n .UiMi llin- ! duos in.lillil. 'I'luee hundred I and eighty natives were killed i and' l,20tl were, injured. I I5.v Smiling. Chruiian roiaitn-u in.- i:l.:i!:l i-onr .) r-.ure. mil iie was siigli'tv |iuz:r.i.-(: o> tile it^iucauoi,ot Hctt-d-ii'tt. i::v-c iv. ihy sui.'dfti appearani-e-o! ','. I.'KI! .! man who ny tmu trail been eitii;nl> lelesied and lur^nlten "Why. m as:;ed nmiselt. "sioi.in Hens,l..ili wish to remain lo luti: wb.ii ih< liansvlvaiiiaii spv nail ;o -avV • ; . . ,'. ... ,„,,,.. •I know wlia. this i. has ,.„i,u When. You're trcling Kioom> to say. ll^usdirfl rcmarued .nio 'And seem to be "out of step t should wish lo stay uesid^ \oiii J wiieii you're "dnwn and out" Ktshness while ne .-lis nrs * !or y._;. • • ^tfi percolate for lack Gabor. shrugae.l ami unwed I In i " ' presence of lieiisd'irfl y.as a ]' ' pep. blot^upon his niiariieil. iriutiipn. ye; | Try Smiling., not'a larye one ' ' • . "It Is as Moiiseigin.ui pleast-s. j • . . . ... ,. , he replied, with the insolence ol a \ When a.person s out ot hmuoi of And him you happen to And try to make him happy be, j By smiling. I j Smiles are cheap but worth a lot! To somebody who's in trouble. Don't make them fee! it worse by frowning Show, them I bat n s only a bubble \ou are bound not to regret it. If lie in life sees no bright side Give him a •chance to see 'it by smiling. "DEACON." lackey Christian continued to look snarp j show him a hand ly from one man to another HensdorlT put his thin right.band oerore his old. clouded and unhappy eyes.. . "Why." demanded Christian o! Gabor. with increasing: sternness, "do you not speak?" • .. •And Gabor. with a grin ot pride, as.one who!sees his foe falling be- i fore him. asked: . j "Has Your Highness heard lately'! from Oticnheim?" j Uysiutlius.. This name was to Christian per ! fumed and-festooned with a Hums- • i jCin i it hand to some poor guy and delights, a thousand dentate Sraces;/atid he frowned to hear It upon such lips. -Interrogating the insolent speaker with tns clear.- steady and angry eyes, lie remained: however.^iruimmt; and. as G,ahor did -not Immediately reply and seemed to gloat over the moment of suspense. Christian, with n ues ture or dandyism-that had become almost mechanical with him, tlli-ked invisible dust from his brocaded- cull..,. -. . . • '"Your Highness will not Have heard from Colonel Pous for several days," .remarked Gabor; and Chris-, nan asked: .: "How do you know jthnthave not ;u'eard-from Colonel Pons?"' "Hehstlofff; .staring -ho r r I b 1 y through his. fingers, saw Christian 's ln 'ipresslve-:flgiiro almost tmpercep : tibly-straightenVas he spolte these (words. • • i • -;VGpJonel' ^Poiisv Is; .dead.'' an-, nounced Conor.' .. Benadortt noticed that Christian hadsaufflclehr:selfc'outrol not tot re-" peat ^tljatj^emendous word, which la';'|iea'rfr>tal .wayiL 'acJioeU..'i .\.,^A ; : JA-: '^mow:*afiouldiiColdnel Pons; dier.'; ».}daattBa»I .V^r^. -. ^fa^^m^wi^ that^ -ireplled: Qabar.^dteyajy. shot, hlmsell. Ha the borodioualy. ~He shot himself. ca>|a?dofn t to tba^airaroom-in ytPntmi llttla'-latar than usual l'olitical Aniiouncoiiicnts. The Tribune, from now until the date of the primary election, will carry political announcements in this column; payment for the same must be made m advance. • For County Clerk. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for clerk of the Tipton circuit court, subject to the .^decision of the Democratic• votoVs.-at.the primary qlecEion tor-be herd *Mtty6 r rl93 , 0. r PARKER DUNHATVI. For, Trustee. ; I -hereby'ainfolince mysoif as a candidate^fdr. tmeinominatton ror trusted\ot;Cicero " township^ aupj Jett to3he a 'decisloir ot the Dtmbf cra^%x6tersVa^:the~-prtn1ary',-'eiecr- , tton7t6l.,h6 "haia ^TUeaday^ May \ey Dr. E. E. Bicks Chiropractor Office Over Blue Front Cioi-ner Jefferson and Main. Phone \ fit. Tipton. Hog Houses aad Brooder Houses Ready for Yon J. P. SMITH Lumber Co, Phone 72. M. & N. SHOE ST.OEE Nothing Over §4.98 CO'JKTESY OUE .MOTTO Insurance of AH Kinds Life — Auto — Accident Protection for Whatever Your Personal or BiisincsK Needs May Be. LEE P. GRIlrTTH INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 57. Suits to Measure PURVIS STORE LOANS #23 to S30O—Your Own Sei-iir ity—Quick and Confidential Peoples Loan & Credit Co. Km. 4, Masonic Btdf^ X. Main. See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 6 "East Jefferson 1 St. RADIO SERVICE Wo f«o -Anrwherc — .\rri;il Work—FuU tihie Arri ;sMiric» McJunkin Radio Shop Phouc an.YT. (fur. New Hpriag Woolen!* Arc Arriving—Cbnae aad Sec Them CHARH8 FOUCH Tailor and Hut 's ghop - lOS Noaiat.Jhiai ikaeet. We XnaV fa^Tovr Otf lht» LIMIliOIS WtetrXdhno* 8t s

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