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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 25, 1930
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PAGE TWO COUIURK-NRWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women 1MTU*TOAY. JANUARY 26,J930 Evening service 1; M o'clock. For the morning service the pastor will have for his subject, "Are You a Friend ot Man, or How Far [ Can God Count • on You?" At the evening service "The Easy Life" will be the topic. Social Calendar \ Parents Have Never Seen Her Mcrldiy ' • /^'-'-^sfK The Woman's Missionary Society -«' "-'"• • -•-•***<• ef : th» Lake Street Methodist church will h»ve a mission study at the church.' The S?C'nd BsintUt church Mis- slcn»ry Union will meet with Mrs. • A. U. McPtrJand on Sixteenth Si. The St. Stephen Episcopal Guild Is meeting at the home of Mrs. J.' Lculs Cherry at- 2 o'clcck. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Fir.f Presbyterian church Is hav-. tag o-service of prayer prior to the . rejular Bible study as a beginning ; of the w*k ot prayer and self de- i n!»t The netting will be held at the Manse. Tuesday Mrs. Harry Klrby will have (he : Tuesday bridge club. [ The Tuesday Luncheon club Is \ BilsofNews .YWilv Personal EPISCOPAL (JJIl'RCII Service! vym oe neid at 11 a, m. Eunday morning under the leadership of W. F. D. Batjcr of Jap? Qlrardcau, Mo. MUST PRESBYTERIAN CHllKCil Marion A. Bofft, rwtor Sunday school 9:45 a, m. Mi;s G;lma Lentz and Mrs. Char-1 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. !e., Martin are spending the week- " T1 >e Missionary Program of th; rmi In Memphis. .Christian Religion" will be thepas- Ifi" (o Memphis Sunday to be wluV f^h 111 ^-!*"!* 1 ^ "' 7:3 ?^n" Si S" •iC^icsnTlT' Wh ° U "' Ot " IC ""' oMnS? «rtU be the e p7 s : , bnpllst licspital. ; lor , e ct _ Thle |s th( flfl ,| Jn F, D. Joyner, of Sluwnee, okta., i tlle Ecrl( , -Heroes and Pioneers of has arrived here to -operate 'tho; pjith" •icxaco Oil buelnes*. His family j young People's meeting at 6:45 will move here In the ne»r future. ; « m Misses Msrjorle and Opal Powell ' A cordial welcome to all. and Jack Simpson motored to Jcncsbcro Thurjday. They were oc- . companled home by Hlls Armstrong who spent the weekend with Above nrc Ruth Furr, 18, Memphis' prettiest Wall school girl, and Mr. Simpson. "" ud mid-winter dance at the city au- j ditortum.' Mrs. W.-'J. Pollard Is entertaining j the Wednesday bridge club. i .'• ThiraUy { The Ycoing Matrons bridge clul> ( Is meeting with Mrs. C. E. Atkinson, Mrs. Male O. Usrey Is having the Mid-Week bridge club. An air day meeting of the Wn' man's Auxiliary of the First Pres- byt-rian church Is being held at the-church for a study of foreign missions on the book "The Church In China" with Mrs. Marlon A. Brggs as.leader !Mrs. Wilson's Niece Is Deb FriJc Complimented With a Bridje Party Mrs. Joe Clifton Watson was the honoreo at an interesting event Thursday evening when she was . tendered a bridge party. Bsfore her marriage & week ago she was Miss Man Matthews. • Miss Bonnie .Lynn day and Mrs. Randolph Smith entertained five tables of guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Monte Sanders for a pink and gold parly.- Pink and white covers were used for tho tables and the tallies showed gold wedding slippers. Petite slippers pf the same '" £fc»de made pretty favors. - Bath salts was awarded Mrs. Harvey W. Stewart for flrst honors, Mra. Stephen H. Brooks received ft dcdc of cards for the cut prize .. and the bride's gift wai a set of silver salt and pepper shakers. The hostess served gingerale salad, pink sandwiches and coffee In'carrying out the color'arrange- ment. For this party the honoree had selected a frock of beige flat crepe me'de with a 'silhouette effect and a circular effect for the skirt. • • > Clcb to Have Dance The Country club Is planning its mid-winter dance for Tuesday night when Malcom Burke and his Personality boys will piny. Tha affair, to be given at the Child of Blind Couple Memphis' Prettiest, Girl Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Amos were visitors In Wilson yesterday as th; guests of Mr. Amos' mother, Mrs. ,ailll:i in. I Mrs. Ethel Wilson who has been SECOND BAMI8T CHURCH E. Z. Neuiom. Pastor Eunday school 0:45 a. m. W. M l!laylcck, superintendent. Church Service 11 n. m. Subject "flic Church As a Woman." D. Y. P. U G:30 p. m. Church Service 7:30 p. m. Subi Mrs. r.ini:i wuiun wjio jias ocen , , ,,„.,„ „„,„ n _j,il ... »>,„ I ccnnncd to Her bed for several days ! J. ect: Th , etv "°L yh M' 11 As ' I Is much Improved and will proba- A * en( * ol thc church Lly bo able to resume her duties at [he Red Cress office Monday. \r XK\ Si-n[.-e MEMPHIS, Tenn.'-Everyone rls? In Memphis may admire the beauty of Hutli Furr. 18, chosen as Memphis' most benutllul lilgh school girl, but her parents cannot sec their daughter's (ace—they never have aiul never will. I-'ov both Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Fun are Wind, and have been for their lifetimes. When Hutli returned home from Humes high school the other dny and told her mother she hnd Jim been elected the most beautiful high school girl. Mrs. Furr smiled ,,urth sermo , Ihii, win oe me inurtit sermui on this theme and the pastor Is asking members to come so tha turned Friday from Coming where they were In circuit court for .atlonal sermons. Diplomas will be awarded to week, They will return Monday.. eight members of the senior B. Y W. B. Tanner has returned from!?- U. at the evening service fo Cairo, III.,- whire he attended to j ccpletlng the course In the rewn I training school. This service wi be In charge of Mrs. Clyde Ellis' class.• business for several days. Arthur Patton hat returned from Memphis where he attended to but Iness fcr several days, C. E. Atkinson hds returned from n week's business trip to Memphis. CHURCH OF CHRIST The Church of Christ will have wecics miKiucss uip 10 ivienipnjs. i *••*• ~ , - - . „ ,_ Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Veazey, jr., I services at the court house Sun- nnd son, W. P. Ill, have returned , day at 10 a. m. from Coldwatcr, Miss., where they I visited relatives. | Toby Lone Is able to be out nnd passed her sensitive Ongtrs »ft er " R month's Illness from scarlet ' over her daughter's face, I f ev t r . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut and Eljhih Struts Perrv F - Wcbl) ' f? s ! or . S:4D Sunday School- Let us not ake the assembling of ourselves '•I know you arc beautiful, honey, G L. Waddell, of Osceola. wns < tcrsa*c thc assembling of ourselves /en though I can't sse you," the a.uuslness visitor In the city to- itogelhcr, ns the manner or some is. nincr .ww dav. ' Morning worship 11:00. Pastes \lr =,,,1 Mr* Hr>rrv Klrhv ' r» I subject: "Endurance Contests.' uMl 'If h^rom "arVM!rr.r, C cr,r^»f?^ L-VIKT-. th™ u i=itr,i rAi n ti™. fnr '" America at present—.ncy even mother said. Every Sumlny since she was SIks Clnra Boiling, a niece of Mrs. Wccdriw Wllscn, has Just made hor debut In Washington society. She la ihoivn here In her latest plcturo. Prior to lie." .marriage to the war- tio.e ptoaltknt, Mvs. Wilson wai Nirs. Edith Boiling Oalt,' a" wld^v. home demonslrallon agent and president of the Dlythcvlile Woman's clnb, went- ta Jonesbaro yesterday Afternoon where she is nt- tcncllng the district meeting of the Better Homes week nsscciatlon. It WAS planned to have n reprc- threc years oid Ruth had led he: mother by Hie hand to the Third Christian church, where Mrs. Furr, despite her blindness, is an organist. I don't Judge beauty by physical appearances alone," Mrs. Furr sal;l. 'Real beauty is in the soul and Ip the personality. Ruth is a happy girl and she helps me around inj house—makes me comfortable ant! happy all the time. So I know sho is beautiful." Blindness has cot cast a shadow over the family. The home is happy and cheerful. Mr. Furr, Ruth's father, Is not entirely blind—trjav Is; he can • see very slightly - wfth- powerful glasses. Until a year ago he was in charge of a broom factory for Ihe blind. Now he sp^n;.-; his days at home, living in hi; world of shadows .nncl worshipping the beautiful daughter whose lace he cannot sec. turned where they several days. relatives for city auditorium, will probably be -sntativc from every Woman's club In Mississippi comity to be present at this one day school but because of the high water, no one else In this vicinity went. • » * Eroivn-Bowfds Announcement Is made tctiay of e marriage of Miss Eva Bowlds, Huffman, to Mr. Eugene Brown, New TUndrld, Mo., the wedding b; sclcmnlzed this evening ni attended by a number of Iccal and out of town guests besides the club members of the city and nearby pcints. .' . • * • Bride Hoanred At Club Pirty When Mrs. John R. McDaiiicl, jr. was hostess to the Night bridge club last evening she hud a mlscellanc- rus shower for Mrs. Joe Cilftou Watson nee Miss Mary Matthews. In the card games, Miss Carolyn Fride won the club award and Mrs. C. T. Morris received perfume for the cut prize. Othery guests were Mr=. Stephen .H. Brooks and Mrs. Rives Allen. / • 'The hostess served n plate lunch of cheese loaf, ^riut bread sandwiches, fruit crfic and coiTce. Mrc.'Walssn wore a spring frock of black CT&'PEJ trimmed In a light shads of;blue. Has Clab. When Mrs. H. A. Smith enter Old Clock Still Runs hcmpson. pastor of the Church! Immaculate Conception, rmlng the marriage ritual. The parents of thc bride, Mr. lit Mrs. A. F. Bowlds. antl Mr. i id Mvs. B. H. Williamson. all| LAWRENCE, Mass. (UP)— A ' Huffman, will tc the only Grandfather's clock which was u:sts at the quiet ceremony. nmde in Boston more tlmu 200 Mr. and Mrs. Brown will live In I years ago nnd which require:, rc- e\v Madrid, where thc groom is winding cnly once every six weeks mpteycd as foreman iu the Unit-'keeps perfect time In the home of d States' government fleet sta- Attorney and Mrs. Benjamin C. :cneU there. lie Is the son of D. Ames here. E. Brown, of Hot Springs. i Former Local People on KTHS Program Sunday A broadcasting program from KTHS, Hot Springs, Ark., interesting to people of this city is the service of the First Methodist church of (hat city tomorrow at 11 o'clock when Harvey H. Haley and Harold llaynes will tnke pan. Mr. Haley, who was superintendent of the city schools for several years, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH P. Q. Rorle, Pastor Worship and sermon 11 a. in. nnd 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. Ill-League G:30 p. m. Proper meeting, Wednesday 'eve- nlhlg71:30'o'ckK:k. Thts-will be th^ first lesson on mission using Elmer T. Clark's new book "The "Church and the World Parish." This course covers all the missionary work from the beginning In an Interesting way and the pastor is urging his members to take the course. ininny and varied. Hear this ser',111011 Sunday morning. o:i5 Ymng People's organizations. i Evening worship, 7:30. Pastor'6 subject: "The Word of Suffering." iThc fifth in the series of sermons on "The Seven -Sayfrigs of the Savior on the Cross." Warm fellowship—special music at both services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Services are held every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock In room 2U of (he Farmers Bank building over Krejs' store. Subject for toaiorrcw: Truth." Golden test: Psalms ,17:2. '•The Truth of the I/ord cmiurcth forever. Praise ye the l-ord.'-' •' Wednesday evening service. 7:45 o'clock. All are cordially Invited. £«r• j± ^: e ^'-n-i-J:ir-SnuTsr &. H.V.VSS was formerly Miss Fern McNabb, of here, directs the choir. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Rev. W. J. Lelloy. I'astor Sunday school, 9:45 n. m. Morning service 11 o'clock. Holland Men Enlist Coley George and. Samuel Lloyd hannell, of Holland. .Mo,, .have been sent to Fort Snelllng, Minn., 'ollowing their enlistment in the United Stales army at the local recruiting station. They will be in he infantry service. Luther Leathers, in charge of the station, has announced that he has in opening for a typist in tho engineer corps at Fort Rilay, Kalis. Tos Much Competition "Did your v;lfe get cold on the mountain? She is so hoarse!" "No. she wanted to talk the echo down."—Ulk, Berlin. 666 U a Prescription for Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue, Bilious Fever and Malaria. It Is the most speedy remedy known. iilned the Mid-Week. bridge clurt Thursday she also hart Mrs. C. n Babccck, Mrs. Crawford Green and Miss Willie A. Lawson as guest fcr the appetizing luncheon and bridse game. Mrs. B. A. Lynch won the clu prize, tr.slery. and Mrs. Habccc'K' gift for honors among the guosl was' a deck of cards. Glee Club Organize? • Tne Glee, club of junior nig Echcol was organized yesterday wit 30 members whi will be coache by Miss Alice Marshall and Mr Lloyd Slickmon. Officers .named were: Margar Shnyer, prciident; Mildred Taylo secretary; Anna- Mae Jones, porter. ••'-' * « * Celebrates Birthday ' When J.'C. Ellis. Jr., was y:ars old Thursday, he had t ether boys and girls who attend his kindergarten to cat dinner with him at his hrme on thc Memphis highway. The ten present and their teacher, Mrs. Wilson Head, had a delightful time. The large table was centered .with a cake topped with pink birthday . candles and there'! were pink and white favors for all the children who played nil kinds after enjoying the delicious dinner. The honored hrst was presented numerous >remo:ribran:c:-. To Attend >fc:llng. .Mis Cora Lee Coleman, county "MATERNITY HOSPITAL — Se-' eluded, Private, Low Prices. Bab.' los for adoption. For Information write Fairrr.ount Hospital. 4D11 East 27th, Kansas City, Missouri." Elcrt Officers The Kcd Peppers club of ihe city torts to have n good attendance nt the Sunday school class tcmor- row. The attendance has been rcs " nl ' . ' C , lccllsc was 1ss , lc(1 .lartha Chambsrs. president: Emi- , y Tcmpklns, vice president: Vlr-; ginla. McCall, tccretaiy; Mary', Grace Hill, treasurer: Madelon i vcslerday lo - M iss Ooldle White and "ct"ffi™ !a "" n - Mnrt1 "' i «* Hcr ^ rt LC . a ".' C ' ™* ° f S;:C!C ' This group, rrgauizctl since September, is composed of ixppy girls !;i the high school who \vish to promote activities. iVIieel-WhfCt. Miss Stella Wheel ami v.c. ,\\- tert Whsst obtained a marriage II- c:nsc yesterday. Both reside in this city. Wants Attendance Bcoslul The Dorcas Sunday school of the Fii!l Baptist church is making el- A marriage license was obtained icrc yesterday by Mrs. May Bell Buargc and Mr. W. r;. Stone. bDtii f Manila. UP HOPS ^r. Bond's K and ]] p lT . scrnitioii Bring? U ( .;; t f When Others Fail. X" innllr-r liim- ]r., lt , „„ | nvv ,.„.„ u.^f-rnv- from wr:-.k. irs. l: i. r ,| ,,. ,.- v ''•'••- rni l-Iai^h-r. or u] a: k^n,; , f' r ••«i-i l,.iic uso.l. j-,.,, „[,.,•. |,, ,.''• •n *<i,,T-t,.'f ,i,,]i| ._, , '- l:l ""V 1 !<11 ] '^<- !r:ul I): . COc or fI.M.--.i.i>;.. Sold in Blylheville, Ark., by Hob inson Drug Co. Night Coughing Quickly Relieved Famous Prescription Gives Almost Instant Relief Night coughs, or coughs caused by a cold or by an irritated throat ire usually due lo causes which -cugh syrups and patent medicine! So not touch. But the very firs! swallow of Thoxlne is guaranteed to step the most stubborn con^h ilmost insUntly. Thoxlne is a dec- tor's prescription, working 0:1 nn entirely different principle, it KDCS airoct'lo the internal cause. Thoxne contains no h.inr.ful drugs, is pleasant tasting and wff Tor the whole family. Sold on s money back guarantee to give lx-t- '.cr and quicker relief lor roughs 3r sore.throats than anything you have ever tried: Ask for Thoxmc. put up ready for use la 35r. 60o and $1.00 bottles. Sold by Kirby- Bcll Drug Co., Klrby Drug Co. auc! all other good drug stores. At.v.-tj Phone For Reservations HOTEL NCBLE Sunday Menu §]. Cream SI. Germain Oysters fndienne Iced Hearts of Celery-Spanish Olives Canape ot Sardines Choice of— Baked Ycnng Hen. Dressing. Cranberry Sauce Grilled Spring I.ntnb Stoak. Currant Jelly Broiled Half Spring Chicken, on Toast Kcast Loin cf Fresh I'ork. Glazed Apples Chcii-c Sirloin Steak Yorkshire Sauce Pointers. Urioches Wax llcnns Cauliflower Maiisselino Petit PC:-;, Fraucoisc Cauliflower NUtissctinc Head Lettuce Tioqnefoi-t Dressing Cracklin Muffins Rolls HO: Biscuits Choice of— Individual C'linrv We, Marshmallnw To]> Vanila Ire Crr.nn and Spire Cake Cold Aiiji;..- p| C . Swiss Chrtsc Clu-iiy Jcllo, Chocolate Syrup ! Noble Krapjic Coffee :-: Milk : p m _rj p . m u , s p m ,,,,rr at Ihr pi.uiu h u (l, ,„«„ and evening. Tca 12 noon :u Mrs. .Mary Mar r,. A MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC There is a great deal of propaganda being put oul at the present time about mail order houses and chain stores. A good deal of this propaganda issues fvom a fellow down in Shreveport. The governor of Louisiana spoke. over his slMioii the other nitrht and made the statement that the mail order houses and chain stores, mentioning a number of them by name, were just a bunch of crooks, and he stated he would rather have the James boys turned looae in Louisiana than one of these outfits. This is unfair and unjust propaganda and we don't approve of the method, but the principle this fellow is fighting for is correct. The mail order house and chain store may prove to be a blessing in disguise, as the boll weevil were, but if they do it is tim: for communities to wake up, and this fellow at Shreveport is proving to be a pretty good alarm clock. A resolution was passed at the Board of Directors meeting of the Chamber of Commerce on the 23rd calling upon our psople to support the msrchants and bus! ness men who pay tuxes and support our local institutions. Tho local Red ' Cross Chapter has an annual budget of over $4,000, only ?SOO of which U salary of n paid worker. They undertake to care for the sick and needy of the community in a manner befitting a Christian community. As chairman of the special contributions committee last year I addressed letters to a number of concerns, whose local management had no authority to maks contributions, and in only one did I get a reply, though I followed up with the second and third letter. But there were also numbers of local business men who refused to contribute anything. The Chamber of Commerce has .an annual budget of between $10,000 and ?12,000. It is raised by memberships and special contributions. The men who support the Chamber of Commerce are the same men who support the Red Cross, tho churches and the schools and are ever nacly with their money and their time to HELP BUILD BLYTHEVILLE. We believe that, other things being equal, ihcss tmn should have the support of every man, woman and child in the community who has money 'to spend in exchange for goods or services. \Ve believe every right thinking citizen desires to give them support. This applies to all of us and is not written in a spirit of criticism. In order that you may know who these men are we are publishing a classified list' of Ihe members of the Chamber of Commerce. We hops to add to this • list arid \vlll publish the names of, new memberships as they are received. Membership dues 'are ?25.00 per year, payable quarterly, semi-annually or annually in advance. The Chamber of Commerce needs the moral support of all and the financial support of all business and professional men and concerns. '..-.• E. D. FERGUSON, Pres. Classified Membership Roster Blytheville Chamber of Commerce 1929-1930 / 1929-1930 ATTORNEYS C. M. Buck, Cecil Shane,. Frank C. Douglas, W. .p. Grayette, Harrison, Smith & Taylor, Reid, 'Evrard & Henderson. ABSTRACTS AND LOANS Morse .& Kirshner, Terry £ Worthington. AUT6S, AUTO FINANCING AND GARAGES W. I; Denton Chevrolet Co. Phillips Motor Co. Lee Motor Co. Ward Investment Co.' Tom A. Little. BANKS AND BANKERS Farmers Bank & Trust Co. First National Bank. Chartes S. Lemons. A. G. Little B. A. Lynch -- A. 6. Scott ARMY STORE U. S. Army Store BATTERY SERVICE Joe H. Kuetter BOTTLING Coca-Cola Bottling Co. BLACKSM1THING Dan G. Stout BILLIARDS Pastime Billiard Parlor AUDITORS A. G. Hall Royal C. Mills Auditing Co. COTTON AND COTTONSEED Mahan Gin Co. A. M. Butt Sternberg Cotton Co. Blytheville Cotton Oil Co. Federal Compress & Warehouse Co. COUNTY OFFICIALS W. W. Hollipeter W. AV. Shaver Roland Green Jim Fowler P. E. Cooley C. H. Wilson CLEANING AND PRESSING Blytheville Steam Laundry A. O. Hudson Nu-Wa Cleaners COFFEE DEALERS Central Coffee Co. DRUG STORES Borums Kirbys Ktrby-Bell Robinson Drug Co. DENTISTS Dr. H. S. Davis Dr. L. H. Moore ELECTRICAL AND SUPPLIES Walpole-Electric Co. FARM IMPLEMENTS Farm Equipment Co. FEED AND COAL DEALEKS Browne & Billings Superior Coal Co. FURNITURE DEALERS Dodson Furniture Co. G. G. Hubhard & Co. H. Leighton GHOCERS^RETAIL (Uorgc W. Faught N. Johns GAS AND OIL SERVICE STATIONS Dixie. Service Station Tom W.'Jackson Standard Oil Co. HOTELS Hotel.Noble ICE CREAM MANUFACTURING Midwest Dairy Products Co. INSURANCE W. M. Burns J. L. Cherry First National Ins. LUMBER Chicago Mill and Lumber Corp. Ark.-Mo. Lumber Yards East Arkansas Lumber Co. Grimes Lumber Co. MEAT MARKETS R.'.A. Saliba HORSE AND MULE DEALERS Harris Highfilt Mule Co. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING R, D. Hughes & Co. New Mead Clothing Co. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Aldridge Jewelry Co. Guards Jewelry and Optical Co. NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTING Blylheville Courier News Acton Printing Co. NOTIONS S. H. Kress & Co. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Blytheville Office Equipment Co. OSTEOPATHS Drs. Nies & Nies PHYSICIANS - • Dr. E. V. Hill Dr. I. R. Johnson Dr. F. D. Smith Dr. A. M. Washburn POULTRY AND PRODUCTS Marylyn Hatchery PLUMBING L. G. Thompson PHOTOS Belts Art Studio RAILROADS Cotton Belt Frisco RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS Ross Stevens Co. REAL ESTATE J. Nick Thomas FARM LANDS AND FARMING Three States Lumber Co. RESTAURANTS Jimmie O'Brien HARDWARE Hubbard Hardware Co. RETAIL MERCHANTS- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ETC. Joe Isaacs J. C. Penny Co. Lutes Fair Store Grand Leader Aaron Rosenthal SCHOOLS Crawford Greene SHOWS 0. .W. McCutchcon SHOES AND HOSIERY The Btmtery UNDERTAKERS Cobh Undertaking Co. UTILITIES Ark.-Mo. Power Co. Associated Utilities. Inc. Southwestern Bell Tel. Co. TRANSFER AND HAULING Odiim Transfer Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS- MEATS, PRODUCE,'ETC. Arkansas Grocer Co. A. B. Jones Co. Merchants Grocer Co. Rea-Patterson Milling Co. Miller-Crcnshaw Co. A. S. Barboro & Co. 1). Canale & Co. INDIVIDUALS Oscar Alexander R. N. Ware .lr. T. .1. Mnhan ' C. V. Scabaugh 0. P. Moss W. N. Ntmn C. W. Afflick A. B. Fairficld R. E. Lee Wilson Theo. E. Rcchlin.

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