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PAGE EIGHT THK PAHS NEW*, (THUMDAY, JOLT W. 1M4 MATCH PLAY STARTS IN WESTERN Hanunan and Francis Meet First Round AL SIMMONS FANS AS HUBBELL BAFFLES SLUGGERS as Two Rounds Scheduled j For Thursday. Reduc- j ing Field to Eight j OKJ-AHOMA CITT. u?'. — A last- j siinate revision of pairings, re- ! znatchirs? some of the sharpshoot- j ers and changing several positions ; in the bracket, -was announced j Western Amateur golf tour- | proceeded into the match j s-e, \riib two lS-ho!e f s programmed for Thursday | to reduce the field or 32 to the ' eight Quarter-finalists, ; The major switch paired Hod- ! cex- Bils? of Omaha, the Nebraska i state champion. aeainrt Jack Mai- I loy of Talsa STIC. Prince: or. uni- ', verslty, at the bottom of the np- j per bracket headed by defending ' Jack YTestlanfi of Chi- ; plav Origrinally Bliss, xvho was sec- osd Ion- in the Qualifying: round •with a 35->-o:« total of I4S r had l>een matched with you us Pan! Xeslie of Jefferson City. Mo., in the position just below TTestland, •with the possibility that the- Xe- "breskan and TVestland. a "VTalker cupper, mig-ht meet in the second T-cy!2H& Thursday afternoon. TVest- land, first paired with --.'alloy, "eras snatched v.-ith Karl Thompson of Tnlsa. Sell Baton of Oklahoma City. -who -won the medal honor for the SGCO2.G. sZ-» ci i ~^ - — •- _• ^ *•*-— » *.*.*.* » — * — __ 144 T four over pa- r *~ t ^ je deeply gorged T^rin Hills course. -moved from the bottom, to th top of the lo-^er bracket- arid re' rained paired with Arthur SL .Joan of Oklahoms. City. ^ h o qnalifi-ea Trrith 155. Trie revised palrlncs and iying- scores: ' " Upper "bracket: A- J. TTestlanS. Chicago, Cde- g- champion exempt from r, -rs, Sari Thompson, Majors Down To Business Once More FRISCH KNOCKS ALL-STAR HOMER Yanks Move On Detroit For Tough Four Game Series This Associated Press picture show* Al Simmons of the Chicago White Sox as he missed a third strike and became the fourth of six American league slugs ers to be fanned by Carl HubbeH of the Giants in the first two innings of baseball's mid-season classic, the all-star same in New York. Simmons later found his batting eye and became the only star of the yame to fi*t three hit*. lie ; I F AN By Dub F ARE v" Furey - : "DT Tray of explanation—the rea- j in •I-- son nothing ^as printed in The .; =*£• I>oris Day. Oklahoma City (I5S> -•vs. 33- 5- Horers, Oklahoma City, 'CIS")- - Matirice Saskinson. Oklahoma City, {15©> vs. C. ~E~ Flood, Okla- 2ioiEa. City (155). Da-e Goldman, Dallas (154) vs. CL A, Sell, Shawnee. Okla.. _<I5S). Charles Tares, Atlanta n*2> vs. 33SB« Xtee Craig, Oklahoma City C3.5T). Charley rteasor.- U-oncan. OKia~ r ".{155) -VSL Sormy Planar chy. Hockford, nu ass?. J. IX Cole, Oklahoma City (155) "We-inesday afternoon, about cuallfyisg scores in the Western amateur is that the golfers in whom Parisians are interested did noi start qualifying in time to com- piete their ronnds before press i time f -*r our paper- order to sav« their clubs -tire \ essity of buying- a isembership ; z> the "vVestem association in order :o compete- Charles SIstenmacher, Jr.. w£s sched.nlec to tee off at 12:45 on his second round and X^eland Ha^n- man vras to follow five minutes Go 2>0 THIS laTir—ask for Gold Medal Haa-rlvtr. Oil Caps-ales and start at once tc 'kiicaeys of -waste matter sat- c 'with acids arse poisons. ex's the -^ay TO bring about h~ feicney £ cirri ty s-^c. step c-f iSonham '^ras not to tee off until 1:50 o'clock in the afternoon. The last tTro- some. comprisec c-f a pair of OS- lahoma City grolf- ers, -K-ae sch.ec.- 2:40. The grolf- e r s crcinariiy .— OfS This information is sot anthen- i tic, ^jowever. bei^gr merely specu- ! Istive. It was sriven us by a man ; who is well acciianited wita golf | as- a aults likely reason for the ac- ; tioa. ! The boys in the "Western have j been having a. lot of fun out of a j black cat that persists in stalking'. about the course, always in front of some player about to s-hoot. •_ 1 T-aesday its favorite scene of ac- .- tion seemed to have been the Xo_ | I tee.- TTonder what some of our j : local golfers •arotild do if a. biack -. \ cat should stalk across their pa.ih i ' ai Xo. I tee just as they prepared j to !a"^~ one down the mido.ie in tne , : beginning of a. 10-10-1Q match (cents of coarse, not dollars) •with ; a sood friend! ? By ORX.O ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer "With the all-star game a matter of records, major league baseball swusj: back into full stride Thursday with the first of the annual crucial series looming to test riie supremacy of the New York Yankees in the west and the ISTetr York Giants at the Polo- grounds. | The Yankees, after making a. \ j one-day stop at Cleveland \Ved-nes-j i day and defeating the Indians 9 I to •», were at Detroit for four j srames in as many days. The Tig- j ers. vrho have been dogging the} I Yankees since being displaced as 1 1 the American League leaders June! | 25, were only a half-game out of • ! The Giants, with a slightly long- j i er ]ead of one and one-half games, j I had until Saturday before they | ] hook up in a. fiv-»-ganie series i < with the Chicago Cubs, I-ike the | ' Tiger?, the Cubs have been in sec- j j ond place since June ±5 and have! i picked up two games on the world j i champions since that date. i i Bill Dickey was largely respon- i ! sib!'* for the Yankees victory. He j 1 smashed out two homers, each time ] \ with Ben Chapraan on base. { i The Tigers had a much more 1 i difficult, time- beating the "Wash- '• \ ington Senators, 13 to 7. Starting \ i out with seven runs in the first ; ; three innings, they apparently were! ! headed for an easy x-iciory only | t to have the Senators count seven \ \ runs through the fourth, fifth and | \ sixth innings. Mickey Cochrane's ! ' • men pu: on a big eighth inning, i i however, counting sbc times. ; ! The Cubs picked up a half-; 5granie"on the Giants by -defeating j I the Bos:oii Hraves fsvice. 3 to 1. j and 2 to 1, while the league lead-1 • ers were trimming the Pittsburgh \ night ; pirates in another close affair, 3 i | to 2. i • Guy Bush was hit freely in the i TJGXAS UE1AGXTE ; fir** game but the Cubs made the; 5 Fo^t Worth 4, night j most of their five hits off Flint; Rhem. "VTally Berger saved the Big Crowd Sees Steers Defeat Cats Biggest Turnout of Year Watches Contest In Ft. Worth Trar.kie Frisch. St. Louis Cardinal manas*i% put some punch into the National league attack in the all-star game In New York with a home run in the first inning of the classic. Here he i« shown being congratulated as he crossed the plate after parking the ball In th« i right field stands. (Associated Press Photo) TVEST I>IXI£ LEAGUE Henderson 12, Palestine 4. I^ukin 11. Tyler 9- ietr 2, Jacksonville EAST [DIXIE XJEAGTJE Greenville 5, Pins Bluff 2. El Dorado 3, Clarksdale I, night Shreveporz 3, Jackson 2, sraras. Cavalcade Is Seen As The Successor To Man O* War Mrs. Sloane's Colt Expect ed to Settle Three Year Old Supremacy For 1934 In Race At Arlington Park In Chicago. Saturday CHICAGO. yp) — Smiling Bob Smith, called the foxy grandpa of the American turf, stuck his tongue in his cheek before he de- City 15, Tulsa 5, r.igi.t ! tric-s from a shutout wltii his I9th ; cided to answer tie question. turf- That includes Man O' "War." Smith, said Cavalcade -was coming up to the condition, for the classic in marvelous shape, and that he has no fear or T>iscovery, San Azuonio Galveston 4. A>' UEAGtTE >:ew Tork &, Cleveland -±. I>etroit 1.3.. Tl'ashln^on. 7. Two Barnes sciieduled. v!s% can be expected COM.H of the boys •> |^ : ;|-:» Lake from ITTO ^ ^ufkin'as bome ^fBana a c-arter mi t~o a: to i>~ tnree narrers rt-ours to play IS ho!es ot medal golf, especially in view of the fact -here- is no real need for Okla.h-.ms. Ciry'-s ZelZ Haton. wht won the medal last y~3.r in th' who now claim after an unsuccessful attempt to make ?a.ris their place of abode during a base- well, thank yon. in their new surroundings. A. glance at box scores of the games in which the trans- •' - ia - c — planted Pirates (that's what they were called, wasn't it?) shows they still are. clouting the apple they must have swapped their cracker bos for a. sardine can. XATIOXAI; Xew Tcrk 2, Pittsburgh 2. Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 5. St. L-ouis 2. Chicago Z-^-. Boston. 1-1. ! home run in the seventh. The second garne was all Fat Malone. who \ let tne Braves -down -with three i The Phillies hit Ters: Car'ston \ • T^'hen. hits meant runs and. Phil Collins hurled eight-hit ball as Philadelphia beat the Cardinals 5 to -. Ray Benge pitched steady ball tr> give the Brooklyn Dodgers a, 5 to - decision over the Cincinnati Reds. I'll tell you. If be isn't tfee entry of Alfred Vanderbilt. BY FKT.TX R. Associated Press Staff /Writer' Texas league club owners, ready to pronounce the benediction last season were ma.kinsr ra»h forecasts about the return of good old days Thursday. Wednesday night at Fort Worth, the largest crowd of the season— j 4.SOO—shoved through th^p ttira- i stiles to see the Panthers take a. | 6-4 licking from the Dallas Steers. I Fred Stiely, • roily-polly chunkeiy [ south pawed the Cats into submis- ] sion while fciis comrades bunched [hits in the first and seventh j frames to put across three runs la I each, inning. Fred Tauby gave the {local fans something - for their • money by busting two doubles and i a. triple. j Saa Antonio's ^Missions, a IttU ' Insecure in their lead position, j swatted hard behind Ash HII!in7s i masterful twirling to take tn« 1 last game of the .Houston series^ | 7-1. Hillin. passed oat only five hits > four of them singles, whlla Conf nolly. Bettencourt. Purdy•" and I Hars y hany led an 11-Mt attack for | him. S Th» Galvestort Pirtes, stonrdas j along in second place just a couple j of games back of tfee Missions, } took Beaumont. 4-0. Slira Jlsa. Btvin threw pu z zlers at the Beati- monters for nine Innings and. watched only four come back past | him for safe knocks. EngHsIx's ! bare-handed catch of Patched* ! grounder over second base, -which. i he converted, into a twin killing-, I featured. { The stage -was all set for T"***' | to win a ball game, but they fail{ ed. lengthy ceremonies dedicated | their new park, but it took Okla- j homa. City's Indians to rnla iz all i -witit a 16-5 pastinsr they handed ; the Oilers. Moncrief spaced 15 | Oiler hits while Ms mates gathered 16 blow* that matched, their i run total. Five Oiler errors dlda't i help them, in their dedication ef- STANDINGS WEST DIXIE Team— TAUEODSA LOCALS. PERSONAL ITEMS quarter, at Arlington . sic, for Mrs. Sloa-ne will pilot ^ Cecil Smith Lead S ; Good Goods, another Sloane ract*r • -•• * 4 ^ c T ^ in Saturday s race, with Mack j A* 10 Action In i Garner guiding Cavalcade. I EAST DEXTE I.KAGrE :edal "K-e 1: s^i need fiusi-in? as well &s tne c-c-w- arc-t Getting up once or • ,J" rlnsr the night — puffy : ^"J" ; in leg— backache ~^'~ ialms. But be sure and . ^~"C-OI_D MEDAL. Haarlers OH .1* - on. - nerson keeps c-n out c-f the park. He now has 2S, while Tobin and Xicholson also em to get one from time to time along with Gardner. Jacksonville, now is with Pa.Ie£;ir;e.. He celebrated his ceb"t in Pal but five hits to win going away. IS to 1. : Pine Bluff iGrc-nvil'e • — •- i- TAXJHTXA. Okla. — Kd Cooper of Ts.lih!na -was elected commander of the American Legion in L,e- Flore county at a reorgranization meeting held a* Potea-c. Cooper had been appointed to the position early in June to finish the term of Claud Frazier of Splro who resigned to run for political office. The restaurant known as Mother's Cafe on Dallas avenue has been leased by Sam Teal of Poteau and is now open for business under ; the name of "Sam's-** Miss E-dna Bringleson has gone to "Wewoka to visit h*r sister ilrs. Paul Rig^ins, TEXAS I.-EAGCE frc-'S. Haarlei Holland—the price is small <2c- cents}, the £oo<2 results -crill ful- CI TOST expectations. CALL 401— We will fcuy or t^-i** lor your old tarniture. Come la to see u» for the best values *~ horse fur- D. H. Baker Funu Co. Kc5;se Th2.r Sells Fcr IV. C. Francis, Jr., of Paris, regr- Twin Hi-Is. Oklahoma City, had a Tu-esda** for a. total of 15T. : FIGHTS Last Night Glanc;r-5 tnrongn tr:e pairings; •entered from Twin Hills Gclf Club, : Oklshorr.a City. The reason, for i this is probably the golfers electee ^ HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY ii» t Jeffe-rsos City. Mo., Omaha. <I4S) vs. Rodney Bliss, ware Ser I5c BHAST-ETS". Operator S5 Sotitti l&th Street u&ton. Oklahoma City (144) rth*j;r St. John. Oklahon^a vs. Vv". C. Francis, Jr.. Paris, Warm Weather V»"aiter En^er;*. Oklahoms, City 51? vs. I>. ?. Jones, €aBs for Cold Drinks Cool Qotfaes Send (154) Bristol, Okia,, R. A. O«r«en*. Shaw C:ry .'2 53) rn-*-. Okia... Ed, XVbit*. Bonhatn. Tex., vs. Char'es Eva.r.s, -r^ Chicago, -b Conliff. Jr.. .> vs. h. Art:.. <'158>. erne Steward, A!buQa«-rqi:e, vs. Oklahoma City Oklahoma City ColUer, Fort 3y The Associated Press XBW YORK- — Petey Hayes, 127. Brooklyn. outpointed Slid Chocolate, I2S^ t Cuba, <1G>. Harry 2>ubUnsky, 141 H. Chicago, out- pointed Jir^ray Lreto. 144. Hartford, Conn., <10). I>3u Aisber, 134. KerJcinier. ^'. T., otztpointed ?.o?er Semard, 125%, FHat. Mich., (IS). PARIS- — Tous«r Perez, IIS, Tt:=i5 r outpeiTited Emlie (Spider) Plainer, 125. France, /"!<». Obi*; - er, 205, Atlanta. Ga.. knock-? ec out Italo Colonello, IS5, Italy; CHICAG-O.—I>avey Day, 137 3-4J Chicago, knocked out Stanislaus; Ix>a.y2^cL, I & 2-4, Chile. (?). Jackie ed Sammy ilosco, !2S%.' Omaha, Xeb., <5>, crXCIXXATI. — Frankie fian- scnse, 134%. C5nc!nr.3.tS, drew wSth ! Johnny Alba. JS1, Filipino. TTGERTOW1V WOMEN CAMVTNG TOMATOES — Many This vreek ". her<s ar? tomatoes, i The Methodist minister failed to . fill his appoJrsta>«2£ here Sunday [ afternooa- | The Heds gave the Blues as ice t • cream treat at T. J. Rodnett's ; "Wednesday, at the close of the i Sunday school contest- ; Mrs. I>ovie X>av|s and infant and j j Mrs- Ola Sserznan of Ds-Has went • i to Paris Thursday, Mrs. Sherman i \ visifsd here during' the -week- [ • Mrs. Pafford visited her s<m Carl j : in the hospital in Paris Monday j j wjj»re he had eax appendicitis op- I eration. I another Man O" War. he the nest thing- to it,"" he s Smith, was referring to Cavalcade, leading candidate for the 3. year-old championship of the Acberican turf for IS 34. Cavalcade is, .«spscted to. settle the question beyond. dc«*>t with the runninc of the $45,900 Arlington classic at a mile and a Park, Saturday. There is much similarity be- i tween Cavalcade and the famous : >Ian O' "\Var. Man O" \Var was a. ! nauch bigger horse, but for sheer ' ss. for speed, ilrs. Isabel Sloatie's sensational three- year-old does not have to take a • Trainer Smith knows his horse ; flesh. .Now ££• years old. Smith. ; ponderous, red faced and hespec- ; tacled. bought Cavalcade two ; years aso for a paltry $1,200 at • the Saratoga sa;es. This year alone "Cavalcade has won close to $1OO,~ ' Derby, the American Derby, and ; the Detroit Derby. • The noted trainer of the Brook: n^eade which is owned by Mrs. : Sloane rates Cavalcs.de as bavins: : the most T."on<Jerfcl dlspositioti of • any horse that he has ever ; handled. Smith says he performs just like a. machine. ne*."er changes ; his stride, and has marvelous speed and action. ' ^-^y ttiii-". X me£Ln t i*e is suiw"2Ly5» : in position to run. even when, he I is makiJi^ turns. He Vs just like a 1 bier friendly dojr- I nfrver sa.w a "j horse like him. H* Is. the same on tthe track. Since the question has j been raised as to how I think ; Cava.Sca.iie compares •with Mart O" ; War. ^ust let rne say that Caval; cade is a wonderful horse. Bat i ala& rereember that ol<5 Man O* ; War was & rslracle horse. In "We have met Discovery five | times this year, and he lias chased : Cavalcade home ea.eh. time," { Smith said. "'Barring accidents. 1 CayaJcade will win Saturday and • become the leading naoney win-! nin^ thorougrhbred: of the year." • Jockey Robert Jones, who rode • Islander, winner of the 1333 claa-1 Texas Polo Team Play by K-iie. .Dodra ] XKW TORK. (.-**!—^Headed ) Cecil Smith and H. "ST. : Williams, two of the country's: hl^h ranking- polo players, an all| AiistiTi, Te^as. four -will, ride orst I asralnst five eastern; xeasis la tlj» ) nstioTia.1 junior -cho.ai; i JtartSnjir Satarda? et- the | X. J.. country" club. ' ..{-.' G:ants. .365: : Smith, one of the country's thre* a - nd P * " traner -] terj-ffoal players rldins at Xo. 3. Pirate?. ,j»i. ! and \Y1l5iasss. handicapped at «!«sht Scorinff—Vaa^haa. Pirates, S9:j so «2s and playing at back, -will Med-Rick. Cardinals, SS. i have t^o Io-w- S oa2 players as Runs batted in—O:t. Giants, S4; 5 teammates—George ililler *nd' Server, Braves. <&<?. [Charles -Warinff. Miller has so Hits—M«dw:ck, Cardinals, U3; ] handicap whlls TTarlrsff la rated a.t T>fk-«.j»- w.^...^^ -. - •• {^ . =* ^>j-»,e.. _>ra.-ei», ^.A. ? two g:o3.is. Doubles—Urbanski. Braves, 25; | -fcer« is a. chase* that Smith Mea-,v;ck^ Cardinals ar.-J Allen, | wiji no t b« in the lineup as the Phliiies 1 , -4. ; hare riding Tf'vta.n Is ^ Triples—MedttrlcX and Collins, [ from an attach of slaas Cardinals, 9. J and has been advised by his Home runs—Ott. Giants, 21; f jdcian no: to plav. K« K!e,is. Cubs, and Berber, Braves, I j-.e may play in spStc of doctor's 15 - 1 orders. Martin. Cardinals.! As th« rui«s of th« !5ies, 10. ?ahfr. lirr.i; the Stolen bstses 12; Barte'l, P Pitching—J. !>ean. Cardinals, j u 24-3; Frankhouse, Bravest, 13-3. f Texas handicap of 20 quartet, «rtth Smith tii« in Hitting—M&ntisb, Senators, .403: ihringcer, Timers. .375. Johnson, Athletics and "Wcrber, mfst as wlli th* strong- R fo-ar and the Hurrlcan**. Thr«*- fourths of the Rumsoa teajri will b« cornp«>5^ o* the Ba.!diug broth- .515 .ST.~ HOPEWELL CLUB TO j ATTEND WHD CAMPj frfV LOCAL. ^-** * T > " - p£RSO>AL I R<x!ger$-Wacle Wins Pair of Contests HENSHAWS ICE CREAM QT. 25' PT, T\h* Ro<Jg«ri5-Wade te^jn of the | city leagra* ha« a«3d*<I t-wo v1ctorl*te | to !t» string 1 in the current rac«. ? "Wednesday th* Barnes ^larketj team, fell before the furaitarei company tatrajst, II to 3 and Ttf*s«-i day th* Fari* Jve-siris team bow«4, j 12 to «. { victory for the fuml-1 makers CITY. — Mr*. T. F. Ward, of Clebcme. Is «p«s«S:ng tne weeV bere te the iiom* of ilr K "' i Mrs. W. R. War*5, Mr. aii<J Mrs. '^ r - ^- -»i^ r * > -y. rMs. I-aura Kincaia. as-3 Clarence Riley Pr<3»'iti<r vi»iftc<I in P«r:s, Wednesday- Marian F. and Sam Dcoley. re- tarr.ed Tuesday -roTi: KiUwa. Mtes Dorothy Boyeion returnexJ with tbem for a Carlfel* — The WiaD club = e • met at the chtircfc Taestfay after- I .j, e ' noon and ma.de plans for the meet- 1 jy t Ing &t the Girl Scotit camp In Paris ( EMfr ;july 13 and 14. ! Church itias V«ra Mae JackB'jn fell on • r> r 5 : the cellar stairs Sunday and her ' rigrist ack!* -wrae «praSn*td. J Th« 3.fet:-io<!tBt revival meeting ; <So»p>h. pastor -will conduct aervicfw. [ ; There wil! be a Red sox. T*. J ers—Gerald, Barney and Ivor. ^ RMH* batted Sa — Gehrigr, < Mike Pbipps at seven groab* and Hits—Manush. Senators. 131: | sroate will I*ad the H«rrJca»«s ln- gnmeneaa and endurance, and pro- : Gehr'.nsr«r. Timers. 113. j to action bablr in speed, too. I tJTmk CavaT- | Doablw—Mantt»h. Senators. 29: S Th* army team i* handicapp^a cade -wih cotnpare favorably -with Gehr!n?:*r, Timers and Av^rllT. In-i at IS soaLs. th* Burnt Hill.* four at that evf - r ^-ced on th* • dis.n». £8. H? jroaJs and ths MonrnoutJj coun- ~ ~~~ ' \ TripJes—?.Ia.nasb. Senators, 19;|ty quartet at 14 g-oal*. ArAniTlvrV f Chapman. Yaak^H, 9. | , -*«•—-"-^i"--«• : Horn* runs—Fffioc, AtJtI«tlcs. 25; i Drive out tonight to Mrs. S*in FARMERS AT WORK | lo j:f 50n * Athletics. 25. JD. Johi»o&'* Zie Ciarksvtn- street ' 20^ For. Tssfcrs. IT. 1 cream and cak<» from the ladies Pltrhlnj?;—Gomez. Yankees, 14-lot th* First Cnrkrttaa church. FORD'S are ACADEMT. — In th<*Sr crops crops are doJng t ^ ? 2; Mar berry, nice- r ._ Ti**r*. 10- f Curb servlc* featured. A , t<> an in Part, n lo a throat or t.-«tn«nt at the of Christ Sunday. L Kllis T««;«<Iay '•••with cO'inpUcat'ons foHowiTis; 'I operation n<»arlF a year «i?o. ; Elmer J>nk!r.K of the CCC camp i at th« j^ 4 n * m *" v * * rft * ' K ' e * " 1 church Sunday evening ; ; to -^chfch all *inK*ra are I Sosn« Hope-well people | idrs^ln? at Sumzs«sr Sand«.y after* ; noon. ! II j Clark Tl,n«l« and family v!«tt*d |' I ia Cooper Sunday. | All ie»t«r bills remaJrsln?: TJX- i Elmer Parker who had malaria ; f* aTjJe to be back at work In Par**, I Mr. aod 3fr*. Floyd Kan«rrov* ' and, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Drary of |^*ris vl»Jt*d Brlnce OambiJi and * family Sanday. • Mr. an<3 Mrs, Claud* Glatwcock We Buy Old Gold! 1 Sunday. Bayer In Charge HIGHEST PRICES f Welch and, Parker dissolved an<! wasbe<J j piay by Allen and Kinibaii .oi th*! Houston. Hway by th* us* of BROWST'S i victora. • i IX)TJ'ON SOAP. This soap is a j liquid a.nd sells at fifty c«au. For j "' XOTICK - - ] seiV spots in th« scaJ^ a«d eowsaa!" All water bills renvalnJrig- U3C-| BROWN'S LXDTION should be «3*«sd 1 PAID after tb« 15th of tfa* monOi j *°». DavM visit here. emir.?; and Smith, atteaded the funeral E, T. Woods, of Dallas ho <3I«4 la art at:to ' T«x»» Sunday. | Mrs, k, A. 1>o-w5ftn. of | were gwoAx, TistosAAy \*n3. with the family of L^?vi Jack- evening of Mm, "W. C. Cl&rk. I son. Mr*. Kft««f« OUusscoclc, th^ir Mr, and Mr«- D, R, Coulter, aivi ] mother, who'lives'with Mrs, Jack- Hrs. Ertin<"ttc Knowles, of A.v«n- |»otj, <Jro%'« to C*d4o, Okla.. for « fvf itndt MITS. • B 1 . C/. T*?Trtpl<^tOB &n<3 NOTICE Tt-attr bills remaJrsI PAD> Rfser the JSth of th* month ar« e»bj*ct to heinij rut of* •srith- ; oat further notic*. OF WATER WORKS Uc«n«« No. ay Let Us Appreciate and Weigh Your Old Gold and Sterling Silver Coulter, of with th* soap. Ow»pl«tears wtifcject to bein« cot otl witb- '" JkJ^M* 1 ** '«»*^*if|^-. v-^\*4*^^*"^.v^5 ;: "nu* •« . ^\*4t»'.^w«'*f «^v ^j-%^** <m «acb bottle. For irtfiie|<rot ftsrth«r nottc*. by Tfe* Palace S J5tTPB»INTE2fl>BKT OF WATKRi Store.—Adv. I WOSES vSisitors Tuesday and of 30r. and Mrs- J. Mr*. A. iJ ton. Ruthi* Carter who had her totx- *tl« taken out Thursday 1* doing •r«ry w«UL Other m«mfe«r* «if th« - | familr who had malaria ar« *™' ^^ *"J^*' LJ—^» ^-..t^*-. Trench Mouth Healed! Tour friend* dare not «ay *o bt&t | your 8«rr cw"'-* and fotjl br*ath i don't make folks Iik« you any b«t- t«r. I>to* H Py*>rrh«a R«t»cdy h»«te worwt ca««» tf o«i<»d a« directed. Tt (* not a mouth wash or and IA noId on * money b»ck l>ni«

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