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OUT THEY GO!
Ladies Trimmed Hats Are Being Sold
Like Hot Cakes at
The Globe
THERE IS A REASON
Such low prices would interest most anyone.
$1.95
Buys a hat that sold for 5 to 8 dollars.
The GLOBE bought them from Mr. Jer
nigan, receiver in bankruptcy of Mrs. H. B.
Stanley’s Style Shop and that is why the
GLOBE can offer such bargains.
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MALVERN DAILY RECORD
J. H BBBRSTBCHER. Editor
Entered ot the Postoffice at Mal
vern, Arkansas, as second -class mail
matter.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE
Per Month . #0c
Six Months (in advance).$2.50
Per Year (in advance) . $5.00
Mrs. Ray Boyle and baby returned
last night from Nashville, after a
visit with relatives.
• * * »
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Comer of Hot
Springs were the Sunday guests of
friends in the city.
* * * •
Mr. Earnest Parnell of Tucson, Ari
zona is the guest of Mrs. Lettie Par
nell and other relatives.
* * * *
rse.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carver of Pine
■ wplrw-- t.fcm..-.?* '‘wk end guests .<jf.
j “'-ordon Merritt and family.
ro> • • • •
Mrs. C. P. Bridewell is the guest
14’ her daughter,Mrs. Hunter T. Sharp
Little Rock.
* * * •
MAOCABEE MEETING Macca
Review No. 42 will hold a busi.
jss meeting Tuesday (tomorrow) at
;.:00 p. m., at the hall. This will be
an important meeting and every mem
ber is urged to be present and be pre
pared to pay dues.
Mrs. C, A. Lee of Texarkana is the
truest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
W. T. Gammell and her sister. Mrs
E. H. Cox.
• * • *
There will be a Royal Arch meeting
at the Masonic hall tonight. As there
is important business to be transacted
all members are urged to be present.
Friends of Judge B. G. Fitzhugh
re glad to hear that he is improving
after an operation several days ago.
lough from the Navy, went to Little
city.
M. 11. Richardson and wife, ot isnu
man. Miss,, have been the guests of
his brother, ,1. C. Richardson and fam
ily, left today for a visit with rela
tives in Ronharn, Texas.
Lloyd Page, who is home on a fur
lough from the Navy, went to ittle
Rock this morning to spend the day.
He was accompanied by his sister,
Mrs. Ed Vart Camp.
Representatives of the organized
Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs of Hot Spring
County ^eft this morning for the Agri
cultural School at Magnolia for n
week’s short, course. Practically ev
ery dub was represented by the Boys
and Girls expect a great time. The
County agents were in charge of the
delegation.
R. S. Jackson of Prinseton [
was tile week end guest of his family
}n this city.
PROGRAM FOR YOl NG
LADIES MISSIONARY SOCIETY'
The Y'oung Indies’ Missionary So
ciety will meet with Miss Sherwood
Smith Monday evening when the fol
lowing programme will in rendered.
Subject. Japan, the Strategic Mis
sion Field of the YVorld.
Scripture Lesson, Acts, II 1-4, 14-21,
37-41.
Special Music, Miss Thelma Clark.
Prayer.
Solo, Miss Gladys Chinnoek.
Devotional Topic, Speech made iff
active through Prayer. I cader.
Reading, “Japan," Miss Jessie
Reeves.
Kola*. Mrs Helen Cooper.
Kyoto, Miss Verna Bryan.
Reppu, Miss Bettie Van Dusrn.
Y’anai, Mrs. R, O. Connell.
Hamadn. Miss Annie Young.
Benediction.
I. A. Crumby i* ■ Hot
itor Utility,
Hill Cooper, who i* working
bomit is the uuest of hi> pare
and Mrs, S H. Cooper.
Zerrah Caldwell of Mempi* it ih,
truest of relatives am! friends in the
city.
• • • •
.Mr. ami Mrs. T. J. Gentry and cVd
dren of Little Rock strived in the -fttj
Saturday for a few days vt*it vt.th
relative* in the city
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PROPERTY
OWNERS
List your farm and
real estate with me, for
QUICK RESULTS
I. A. Crumby
Phone 275 \Y i
Farm and
City Property
of all hinds, and prices right.
Now Is the Time, While
It’s CHEAP
I. A. CRUMBY
Before Buying
William N. Romans of Little Ibtyk
spent the weekend with home M"** •
• • » •
SPECIAL TODAY - Sherbet, And
Liberty lee Cream at Lee Miller *
Willie Beeson of Pine Bluff n
truest of relatives in this city
• * • *
Sheriff D. S. Bray was a * d>8'
City visitor Saturday.
* • • •
J<n Cooper of Little li 5 ' *
the weekend with home folks,
• • • * * •
Henry Adams, of Little Ris k, t ;t«
a Malvern visitor Sunday.
• • • •
WANTED—Board end room fot
fined yountr Indy. State terms. V
<lress S 2 s •
Mr, and M J. R. Jen* w* . ~f'
I itors in Donaldson Sunday.
K. M. Davis, of Denton, was a «»1
vern visitor Sunday.
W, P. Bowers, of Willow, t, ..
acted bttsiiii II the city Siltu A
Mrs. !,. L, Adair left this n»n><
for a visit in Memphis. Tenn.
• * » *
SPECIAL TODAY Sherbet, uni
Liberty lee Cream nt Lee Mill* «
• * • •
Howard East, Graham Benton u:<d
Ben Keys, of Arukd«dphia wer* I’el
vern visitors yesterday,
• • • a
Claris Hall, who is working in I k
tie Roek, spent Sunday with he ^a».
I ents in this city.
a • a •
Misses Georgie Beckman, Cat *el
and Blanche Chambers spent Sin >»y
in Hot Springs, the guest of fi .< n D
a * • a
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■ tificate bears name of \Y V., l^il
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The firm *»i Smith A it
chased the Central Mefchsmli a
nounce to the public that t.hv
ami will appreciate the patrof.
Spring County. • ’'
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= to keep a full and complete lit
= era! Men-humli « Ifn*
Mr, Knight, who is Count*
public, that the Traaa#i%V*Mn . *
of business, anil will he open fr
day. in order that it may he ji
lie, w ho have business to tivttsu
untr.
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They utvite their fronds m .■ f*»rtij
1 conn in and examine their stock ui4,
S tion to the euttorpers, m
SMITH
W, Smith
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