Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 17, 1939 · Page 4
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TOUR THB CORSICANA SEMI-WEEKLY titaHT,' FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1989, Interesting News From Navarro County Towns Rice RICE, Feb. IS.—(Spl.)-The Twentieth Club entertained last Friday afternoon, honoring the president, Mrs. Jesse Pollan. After singing "Love's Old Sweet Bong," Mrs. R. L. Waller In a few appropriate words, presented the gift, a Rosevllle pottery vase, to Mrs. Pollan, as a token of love and appreciation for her faithful services as president of the club for the past two years. Five tables of Chinese checkers and hearts wdre enjoyed 'throughout the afternoon. At the conclusion, a delicious refreshment plate, consisting of Individual cherry pie, and tea was served to twenty members and one guest, Mrs. J. S. Dyer, mother of the honorce. The picture show at the school auditorium was well attended last Friday night. The school has recently purchased a visual machine to be used In the school work, and they plan to put on a show once a week to help pay for the machine and at the same time give the public advantage of the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Montfort of Chatfleld were guests of relatives hero Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Ollphant of Dallas were Sunday guests In the . Harper Halbert home. Mrs. Emma Lemon visited In Ennls Friday. Miss Jeanette Bartlett, who Is In St. Paul's sanitarium In Dallas, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis Is recovering rapidly and will soon be able to bo brought home. Those from here attending the funeral of Hugh Patterson In En- nls Monday afternoon, were Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Henry, Mrs. T. Y, Allen, Mrs. L. R Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Dukemler, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hays and daughter, Miss Tommle; Mr. and Mrs. Randall Dukemlnler and Mrs. J. A. Gallc- more. Mrs. Hugh Gallemore of Fort Worth was here Monday, as a guest of relatives and to attend the Hugh Patterson funeral In Ennls. Miss June Hall of Dallas visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hall, over the week end. Llttlr John David Dobbins of Dallas Is spending this week with relatives here. Mrs. J. C. Dobbs was a Corslca- na visitor' Saturday night. Timelo TUPELO, Feb. 15.—(Spl.)—Our pastor's wjfe, Mrs. Dick Lowry, spent a part of last week with her parents In New Braunfels. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norwoor 1 spent Sunday In Kerens with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hosch and daughters, Margaret Fae andLon- nle Bell of Coralcana were guests of D. C. Gatlln and wife recently. Scott Bowden went to Bellvllle Sunday with Joe Meadows, who moved back to Corslcana Monday. Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Burdlne visited Mrs. Anna Daniels In Kerens Sunday afternoon. Mrs J. D. Burdlne has been in Corslcana with her mother, Mrs. R. A, Bowden, who Is seriously 111. Lon Warfleld, who has been 111 Richland RICHLAND, Feb. 14.—(Spl.)— We are having cold weather but clear and the farmers are busy preparing their land for another crop. Mrs. H. W. Stepp, who has been on the sick list, returned to Corsl- cana Thursday to see her doctor for treatment. Dr. Edgar Is atlll confined to his bed with hroumatlam. Mr. and Mrs. John Sands have a sick child. Mrs. Kixte Beckham returned from Butler Saturday, where she was the guest of relatives the past three weeks. Pate Longorrlo and family moved to Corslcana last, week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garland were In Corslcana Friday. Mlas Anna Vera Beckham of West Texas visited In Richland recently. Neal Pool was absent from school last week due to Illness. Mrs. Tlerman and son, Mrs. Ivy and son, and their mother, Mrs. Boyd, motored to Falrfteld Friday and spent the night with relatives, returning home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hawthorne of Streetman and Mrs. McClendon were Corsicana visitors last week. , The little Infant of Mr. and Mrs J. T. McGce, Jr., was buried in the Richland cemetery Wednesday. Mrs. McGee Is reported to be a little better. Oscar Gibson of Houaton visited his family a few days last week. Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Brown, Miss Beryl Brown, Mrs. J. W. Garland and Joegenc were in Falrfleld and Mexla Sunday afternoon. Mr. Wlthrow and family of Tea- guo were in Richland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCary of Corslcana spent Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Certer. Mrs. McCary had just returned from Monahan, where she visited her brother, Horace Carter. She enjoyed the trip very much. Mrs. L. H. Stewart and son, Walter, were In Richie nd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith of Fort Worth, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stepp a short while- Sunday while passing through Richland. Dr. F. R. Dunn of Palestine spent Monday night with his brother, J. W. Garland, and family. We received a nice rain Tuesday morning. C. S. Cnrrlngton of Corslcana was in Richland Monday; Mrs. J. T. Hays and two children and Mrs. J. T. Hammock of Freer have been visiting relatives In Hlchland. Mrs. Hays visited her friend, Mrs. > Garland, Monday. They left for home Tuesday morning, going by Marlln for Mrs. Hays' oldest little boy, who was In the hospital for treatment. We are glad to report him able to return home and go to school, but he will have to return to tho hospital when school is out in tho spring. His friends will be glad to know ho Is able to walk now, and doing fine. for several days, is still confined to his bed. A good rain fell Tuesday morning. RAINS CASH GROCERY CO COMPLETE MARKET Beaton at Sixth Beans 10 pounds . . . .5-. . Flour tacky Find, 48 pounds - Tomatoes No, Z cans, 4 for ... . E . Potatoes 19c 10 pounds For ..... • A LETTER TO YOU Dead Friend: Realizing that you could not pay us more for groceries than you were already paying, we compared our regular prices and ascertained that they were as low as could be found in town. Next, we made sure all our stock was clean, well marked, and displayed to make shopping with us easy. Having no private brands of our own, we were free to buy the best quality for the motiey in all price ranges. Now, we feel that we have every right j to ask you to visit us. If you will come in and visit us perhaps we can tell you of ' some of your friends who are already satisfied customers of ours." . Rains Cash Grocery is comparatively new in Corsicana. All of you know that a new store has to offer-more to attract customers. Friends, come in and see what we have to offer you. Sincerely, J. Lindel Rains • MARKET SPECIALS SLICED Bacon» I9c Lard * 9c Brains lOc Blooming Grove BLOOMING GROVE, Feb. 16.— (Spl.)—Ernest Avery and family of Grand Prairie were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Avery. Rev. Van P. Morrison visited hla brother In Stephenvllle Thura- day and Friday. Mlsa Louise Tlllman and Mlaa Sally Dlxon, teachers in Port | Arthur, spent the week-end with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cumpston of Mcxla were here Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cumpston. Mr. and Mrs. K. Hartley, Miss Comal Hartley and Miss Elsie Page were in Denton Sunday visiting Miss Nannie Beth Hartley, a student at T. S. C, W. Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Forest and little son of Waxahachle wtro visiting her mother, Mrs. J. O. McSpadden, Sr., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmunson of Waxahachle were visitors In the home of their daughter, Mrs. G. E. Ramsey, Sr., this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fields wree In Dallas Sunday and Monday and attended the bankers' convention there Monday. Mrs. Frank Williams of Corsl- cana was tho guest of Mrs. Jack Franks .Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Joan Griffin spent the of her sister, Mrs. Bill Corbln. week In Waxahachie, the guest Gordon Hope and family of Malakoff were guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Lula Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crocker. B. C. Caldwell was here over tho week-end with his wife and father, who are located for a few weeks with Mrs. Hulda Robinson. Miss Letha Ingram of Gladewater was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ingram, Saturday and Sunday.. Miss Freda McCauley spent the week-end with her parents in Waco. ; Miss Helen McClanahan of; Rice came home Friday night and returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T, M. George, Jr., and children were visiting rela- tlvts for a few hours Sunday afternoon. Picket! PICKETT, Feb. 18—(Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. Frazler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wllcox. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ray and family of Pettys Chapel spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Vaughan. The Cedar Creek Sunday school met Sunday with a. large attendance. Mrs. Author Weeks is on the sick Hat this week. A. A. Melton spent Sunday night with his mother of Corsl- cana, who la ill. Tho boys' basketball teams played Navarro at the Y. M. C. A. last Saturday. They were defeated 15-9. This Is a very unusual occurrence, because the boys are excellent players. Those making the honor roll this month were as follows: First Grade—Junior Vaughan and Wanda Sue Mahoney. Second Grade—Wanda Lee Farmer, Elwyn Brannoh, Eleanor Joyce Martin, and Lota Regan. Third Grade—Ann Stokes, Alton Ray Thomas, Mary Frances Gllmore, Barbara Virginia Mann, Royce Howell, and Paul Nichols. Fourth Grade—Doris Wallace, Kenneth Kiser, and Virginia Ann Parker. Fifth Grade—Virginia Melton, Gayanell Wright and Joyce Williams.. Sixth Grade—Willis D. Scho- merua, Dorothy Nichols, Blllle Joyce Kiser, end Dorothy Ander- Sevcnth Grade—Bobble Lee Mahoney and Jane Stanley. Eighth Grade—Frances Kiser. Ninth Grade—Jean Sumner. Tenth Grade—Dorothy Bennett, D.' R. Williams, and Mary Ruth Vaughan. Bryan BRYAN, Feb. 16.—(SpU—W. T. Dycus and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Newell spent. Sunday with Mr^ and Mrs. George W. Marlow at Navarro Mil!.. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. James and family spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Tipping ot Blooming Grove. Joe Lee Cottongame spent last week with relatives of Limestone county. Mr. and Mrs. Gllmer Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kagler of Blomlng Grove spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Magee of Blooming Grove spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bryant. Mrs. Claud Denbow visited her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Roagan of Corslcana, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Compton were visitors in Denton tho past week-end. _ Streetman STREETMAN, Feb. 16.—(Spl.) —Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Le- Is visited relatives In Dallas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grayaon, Mrs, Magel Cole, Mrs. J. G. M liner and Miss Dorothy Jean Grayson were Sunday guests of their aunt, Mrs. Carrie Thompson In Dallas. Mrs. O. B. Barton Is spending this week in White Oak visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noble of Carrolton, Bill Smith and George Dlckson of Dallas wore week-end guests with Rev. and Mrs. E, L. Jones and Miss Emma Lee Jonei, Rev. B. L, Jones and Miss Emma Lee Jones wore business visitors in Beckvllle Tuesdo-. Mrs. J. B. Cole, H. B. Cole and Mrs. B. R. Crotty of Tyler have returned from a visit with sick relatives In Elllsvlllc. Mlsa, • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barberry and children, Peggy Ane and Fred Jr., of Fort Worth, are visiting their .father and grandfather, Mr. Z, T. Womack who las bear ill for several weeks at the home of his daughter Mrs- H. L. Gilbert •Paul Biery of Nashville, Tenn., as former resident c: E' .'.man la visiting old frlenda here.thU week. .Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Blair Fouty of Navarro and Miss Mary Col- Una who teaches school ]„ E.ajt 'fS" .""i""* week-end . ' with WM MAKE THIS MODE AT HOME THE COBSICANA DAILY SDN DAILY PATTERN 'UP-EARLY' FROCK SLENDERIZES! PATTERN 4938 Easter entertaining is something to look forward to, when you own an "early-rising" frock like this by Anne Adams. It's a marvel for tho way It slims down the figure and builds up the spirits! Indeed, just one glance at Design 4038 will tell you how graceful the silhouette Is, and one glance at the accompanying diagram will reveal how little effort need go Into tho making. (Remember, too, that a Sewing- direction sheet Is Included with the pattern!) Notice the casual comfort of tho shoulder seams and short sleeves — the pointed higher waistline — the slenderized hips and undulating hem. Set off bright cotton or synthetic with accents of Hc-rac braid, ribbon bows and buckle! Pattern 4988 Is available In women's sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 38 takes 35-8 yards 38 inch fabric, 27-8 yards rlc-rac and 3-8 yard ribbon. Send fifteen cents (15c) In coins for this Anno Adams pattern. Write plainly size, name, address and atylo number. Plan a dashing new spring wardrobe from Anne Adams New Pattern Book - - - which means — order your copy at once, If you want to finish your sewing early! Choose trim sportsters, dress-up flatterers, cheery houscfrocks, dainty undies —all made easily and thriftily at home. Find out what's new In play- clothes for cruise and resort wear. See fetching designs for kiddles, growlng-ups and brides. Also — 'specially slimming modes for matrons! Send today! Price of Book fifteen cents. Price of Pattern fifteen cents. Book and Pattern together, twenty-five cents. . Send your order to the Dally Sun Pattern Department; 243 W. 17th St., New York, N. Y. Frost FROST, Feb. 16.—(Spl.)—Mrs. Annie Oaborne of Corslcana was a Forst visitor Saturday. L. M. McCord and daughter, Mrs. Ferris Reeves of Ennls, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCord. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones of Shrevoport, La., spent the weekend with his mother Mrs. S. F. Jones and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sanders, guests for the week-end were their children, Joe of Shreveport, La., Mlas Fern of Dallas and Mlaa Joy of N.T-S.T.C-, Denton. Mra. Odell of Brownvj-ood is visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna Henderson and family. Mlas Minnie Melvln Searcy of California, Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Searcy and family. Mrs. Mary Carroll and son of Dallas Is visiting her mother, Mrs. • F. M. Grimes, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. R. F- Shaw and daughter, Miss Maretia of Brownwood, spent the wek-end with relatives and friends in Frost and Kerens. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Downey and children of Dallas spent Monday with her slater Mrs. Frank Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jenkins, Mr- and Mra. Jerry Smith and Mrs. Wado Smith spent Sunday with Miss Mildred Ruth Smith in Zavalla. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Johnson and sons of Groesbeck, and Mre. W. M. Johnaon of Blooming Grove spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. E. J. Hlghtower. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Griffin and daughter of Dallas, visited his mother, Mrs. George Griffin over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Handley of Corslcana visited Mr. and Mra. Walter McCord Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Laney visltc4 her many Frost friends Thursday. She, Mr- Laney and James moved to Arp Saturday. Earl Hill, of Gladewater spent tho week-end with his uncle, Lewis Hill and wife. Don Johnson and Groesbeck Is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hlghtower. Mr. and .Mrs. W. R. Stookard were Dallas visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Keitt of Hlllsboro visited her p--ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S-^Hoosor Sunday. Use a Dally Sun Want Ad tor quick result*. Bazette BAZETTE, Fab. 16.—(Spl.)— There was preaching at the Meth-. odlst Episcopal church Sunday morning and Sunday evening. Rev. R. O. Sory, presiding elder of this district, delivered the sermon Sunday morning and the pad- tor, Rev. M. A. Turner, preached at the evening service. Presiding Elder Sory and wife and the Rev. M. A. Turner and wife were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wasson. The home of Mr. Will Strange, property of Mr- Walthall, was completely destroyed by fire Friday afternoon. A nice purse was made for Mr. Strange Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Arnett visited their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McCown Sunday afternoon. Miss Beuna Vista Scarborough and Opha Sessions visited Miss Rosa Jennings Sunday. The Women's Home Demonstration Club met In the home of Mrs. C. C. Mills. Her daughter, Mrs. Opal Barter, acted as co- hostess with her mother. After the business meeting was over a delicious refreshment of cake and hot chocolate was served to all present. Mr. and Mrs. William Gray, W. Z. Sessions and family and Clarence Sessions and family were dinner guests of G. B, Sessions and family Sunday. Homer Wasson who has been 111 Is much Improved at this writing. Mrs. F. O. Sessions and chll dren visited with her sister, Mrs. Walter Warren a few days last week. Mrs. Myrtle Martin was called to the bedside of her husband who Is 111 in: a hospital in Ok- homa. She returned last week and reported Mr. Martin batter. ARTHRITIS Pain Relieved Or No Cost For quick rell.f from the torturing pain ot Rheumilism, - Arthritis, Neuritla, Sciatica «« Lumbago, uw MYACIN, tho Bate, new •clemHIcdlicoverythat has helped thousandi of lufferera, Containi no harmful habit- forming dragi or narcotics. Guaranteed to bring quick rtllef or your money back. Economically priced at 50e and II. Clip thli •d aa a reminder to buy MYACIN today. MeDONAMVS PHARMACY CORSICANA, Barry BARRY, Feb. 16.- -(Spl.)— Thomas Brumbelow of Dallas visited hla mother Sunday- Emory Archer returned to his home In Georgia after a. .ndlrig some time with his uncle, Ph ip Archer. Mr. and Mrs. J. 'N. Inmon spent the week-end with relatives in Farmersvllle. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Burleson made a bualnes strip to Dallas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell I", .ter of Walnut Springs vlsitc' their parents hero Sunday. Claude E. Watson made a -is trip to Dallas Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans went to Ferris Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Watson and little daughter of Mortens visited his brother E. L. Watson Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Heaton and Mrs. Pete Livingston visited Grandpa Armstrong Sunday afternoon near Cryer Creek. The Woman's Missionary Society met in an all-day social meeting at the home of Mrs. C. E- Watson Tuesday. Mrs. Annie Goad of Mineral Wells Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. M. Woodruff. Carl T. Tyson of Kerens preached at the C. of C- Sunday morning and night. • ' Angus ANGUS, Feb. 16.—(Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jones of Malakoff spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Henderson and family of Kllgore spent tho week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ware and family of Corslcana spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ware. Mrs. Berta Humphries of Cor- slcana visited her aunt, Mrs. L. H. Stewart last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clark of Caddo are visiting her brother, Albert Arnet, and family. Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Youngblood of Cayuga spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Caffy- Mrs. Forest McCleod and daughter of Fort Stockton, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Lee Bonner. Miss Jane Pitts of Corsicana spent. Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bray. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Reed and daughters of Semlnole, Okla., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reed. Mrs L. H, Stewart and son, W. L. Stewart, visited Dr, and Mrs. J. H. Edgar in Richland Sunday afternoon. 'Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wilson and sons spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Sam Parker, in Coralcana. Mrs. Charles Pugh of Corslcana spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. H. C. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stewart and daughter, Alpine, visited her brother and family In Pursley Sunday. Dresden DRESDEN, Feb. 16.—(Spl.)— Mr. and Mrs- Jim r.-later of Barry spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Furra. Miss Phillls Neese of Bryan spent several days last week with Miss Dean Minltra. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Blal.c, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs"Buster" Haden were visiting In Tyler last Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Furra and family, E. A. Sumner and sister, Miss Hattie spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dock Elklns of Navarro Mills. Mr. and Mrs- Hitt spent Sunday afternoon with their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hltt. Z. E. Melton and f..mll,y, J. C. Cagle and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brlster Sum' iy- Mr. and Mrs. Whltosldo MA as their guest Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whiteslde and f. -.lly, Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Fox and family of Corslcana. Mr. and Mrs. Will Check spent Sunday with William McCrary and wife. The young people of Dr::den attended the League Union at Irene last Monday night- Frost had the largest number present and won the banner. Robert Ashford and family visited Mr. and Mra. Luther Arnold of Raleigh Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. Jim Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Welch, Richard Cheek and Grufton Cheek enjoyed a 42 party In the home of Norman Brister and W..B last Friday night. T. M- Campbell Is spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Caglo. Corbet CORBET, Feb. 16.—(Spl.)—Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Womack and family of Purdon spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. J. L. Womack. Mrs. W. N. Slone and Mrs. J. E. Slone visited Mr. and Mrs. Wllburn Stewart of Emhouae Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nokes and two sons, Clyde Garland and Troy, were week-end guests of the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs, E. D. Poteet of Shady Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coley were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Roman, Mrs. O. K. Vlnaon, Mrs. J. E. Slone and Mrs. Rufus Pevehouse attended a club meeting of the Oak Valley Club In tho home of Mrs. B. Owens Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ewlng Patrick and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rogers were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Rogers. Mrs. Homer Crawford, Mrs. Gordon Crawford, Mrs. Melvln Rogers, Mrs. J. W. Crawford, Mrs. M. W. Long, Mrs. Clyde Oshorne and baby were clsltlng in the Emmett community on last Thursday. I v ' ARE YOU Weak, Pale? Houston, Texas—Mn. Emily Plaster. 5106 Schufer St., sayi: "A relative was so weak and nervous ih« could hardly get around. Dr. Pierce'* Favorite Prescription strengthened her 10 well. Not long after using it she was as well as ever." Buy it in liquid or tablets at your dniff store today* See how much calmer and stronger you feel after using this tonic. Rosebud Matches, carton 19c Bewley's Best or Gold Chain Flour, 48 Ib. sack......... .$1.40 Water Mill, 48 Ib. sack $1.19 10 Ibs. Imperial Sugar, cloth bag 48c Pork Chops, nice and lean, Ib 19c Ham, nice cuts, pound 22c Cheese, Kraft Longh^rn, Ib 18c We pay you Cash for Your Chickens, Eggs, Oats and Shelled Corn. Plenty Bulk Garden Seed Fred Summerall GROCERY AND MARKET 308 North Commerce, Corsicana ADAMS CASH GROCERY 210 North Commerce • Corsicana, Texas FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CRACKERS . :s-t loc PEANUT BUTTER ,.«":. „ ZOc RICE 5 pounds LAMP GLOBES.... No. 2, lOo value 05C SUGAR ', 10 pounds 45o VKKS VapoRub, ,35o size ,. SEED POTATOES. .g™*..,.$a,oo PLENTY BULK QARDEN SEED Are You Thinking of a CAR? If you are, let us remind you'that now is a mighty good time to buy or trade. - - - We are offering some real attractive trade-in prices on the new Fords just now. We also hav<e on hand several real clean Late Model Used .Cars and can save you some money on a deal of this kind. CALKINS & DUBLIN. INC. 103 N. 12th Street Telephone 262

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