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Phone 256 .M..1 I 1»K l-l-—,Tfr,-rrrr . ■ Baby Louise Herron left yester day morning for Oakland to attend a house-party in the home of Mrs. T. A. McPher-on, given for Laura M. Pherson and Fannie Black Todd. News of the death this morning in Birmingham of Mrs. Sallie Ham per N’unnally has just been received by her only .sister, Mrs. Louise Hamper Collins. Mrs. N'unnally will be lovingly remembered by many friends here and in Holly Springs. Mr. Joe Bailey and three children Miss Elizabeth, Joe Jr., and Russel, and Mr. Hartwell Bailey, all of Coffeeville, and Miss Daisey Roane, of Grenada, .spent Tuesday in the home of Mr. E. W. Heliums. They were enroute to Memphis. Lieut. Col. T. E. Backstrom, spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. M. C. Knox, returning Sunday night to New Orleans, his headquarters. Lieut. Col. Backstrom had recently returned to the “states” from St Thomas Virgin Island, West Indies. Mrs. W. F. Townsend and two daughters, Mae Camille and Frances, of Itta Bena, are visiting her mother, Mrs. J. M. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. McCullar, two popular clerks in the B. Leland and Co.,s store, are taking their vacation this week at Ford’s Well. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stone returned to Water Valley last Saturday, after spending several weeks in Cumber land, New Albany, and other points. Miss Daltye Cleveland returned home Monday, after spending a week very pleasantly with relatives in Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Harrison, of Tillatoba, were visitor’s first of the week to Mrs. Harrison’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Tarver. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Willingham spent Sunday with relatives out of town. Mr. C. L. Denley and wife, little son, Master Bobbie, of Baton Rouge La., accompanied by Misses Mabel and Zara Beadles, of Coffeeville were shopping in our city Thursady. Mr. Denley is a son of our Mr. G. E. Denley of the Coffeeville Courier and the Misses Beadles are relatives of Mrs. Denley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Denley are pleased with Baton Rouge. Program Week Starting Mon day July 23rd. —MONDAY— "LOOK YOUR BEST” With Colleen Moore. Chap. 6 “DANIEL BOONE* ~—TUESDAY Leatrice Joy and Jacqueline Logan in— ‘‘JAVA HEAD” International News. -WEDNESDAY Katherine McDonald—in “THE WOMAN CONQUERS” Final Chap. “Haunted Valley” -THURSDAY Jackie Coogan—in “DADDY” Prices 15 and 35cts. International News. ’ -^FRIDAY I T. Roy Barnes and Seena : Owen—in s “THE GO—GETTER” Comedy—‘The Four Flusher” ! ZHT SATURDAY Douglas MacLean—in “THE SUNSHINE TRAIL” ; Cornedy-*-“JACK. FROST” j Aesops Fables ; Note change in time of show. ; Matinee 3:30 Night 8:00 ' Mr. G. H. Fair of Tyronza, Ark., trrived home Sunday to accompany \j„ father, Mr. G. \Y. Fair to Mem phis where he placed him under the arc of a specialist. Mr. E. M. Thorton, of the Jeff !)avis High School Community, ha. a cow that found for him a few days ago two beautiful and w 11 develop ed heifer calves. However, the “blow j l'lipsi’ .have so effected one of them j that its development at) the present has been retarded. They resemble | lightly and they have been CHristen ! i d Nina and Tina. MISS LOUISE HOBSON BEAUTI FULLY HONORED Recorded anmnc the pretty s < ial courtesies of the week tender 'd tractive young visitors was a r Ige party given by Miss Alice Prifi-rJeyj and Miss Ann Hobson in the home: of Miss Priestly on last event g in -pecial compliment to Mis Hob in's young niece, Miss Louise H> on of Water Valley. Variegated summer flowers at tractively arranged in baskets and vases gave added tribute to the oc casion and created a pretty setting for the games of bridge, the result ant score of which indicated the success of Miss Ellen Smith of Jackson and Mr. Price James while the consolation went to George Cham bless, and the honoree received a pretty memento of the courtesy. The hostesses were assisted by Misses I.ucile Ferguson and Emily Hayne Barnwell and Mrs. Bob Barn well and Mrs. Ryan Ferguson in serving delicious refreshments of ice cream, cake and sandwiches to the following guests: Misses Eloise Love, Eloise Johnson, Flora Margaret Johnson of Illinois, Ellen Smith of Jackson, Louise Elliott, Mary Lyle Sims, Tessie Goff of New Orleans, Edwin Butler, George Chamblcss, Edward Cooley, D. A. Elliott, Stan ley Menees, June Broadway, Oscar Miller, Price James and Gilruth Mounger.—Greenwood Com monwealth -o PAYNE—WILLIAMS Mr. L. A. Payne, of Water Valley, and Miss Julia Williams, of Grenada, wfere married at the home of the bride last Sunday afternoon, Father Joseph officiating. The bride and groom left for points in Texas and they will be at | home in Water Valley to their friends after July 27th. - o-—• Mr. G. T. Edwards and Miss Anna Belle Anderson were married at the Manse last Tuesday night at 9 o’clock, Ret'. P. M. Watson of ficiating. Douglas E. Clarke has bought out the Community Grocery Store from Luke Lee and the business will con tinue uninterrupted. -o FOR SALE, OR TRADE: A gas engine and grist mill for a Ford Car. Apply S. W. TRUSS, CITT 1 READ THE ADS IN THIS ISSUE Illlllillllmllll! H . Special 14 Day Combination Offer - - ■ —. Will you go on doing your work the hardest way, or take advantage of this offerf Jl LOW Work Tabic t Cor SHORT Women TIHIGH Work-Table for TALL Women A genuine HOOSiER Kitchen Cabinet, including 14-piece set of Chrystal glassware with aluminum Lops and a 7.50 set of Defter Domestic Science Cutlery Only a Limited Number of Ca mets on These 1 erms—ACT QUICKLY ALL DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME ON EASY PAYMENT OF i h 3M ■ -v h v ■ 4**'^*#* .'fete* BALANCE EASY TERMS Especially for our Kitchen Comfort Display, we are staging an excep. ticnal Combination Offer on HOO SIER Kitchen Cabinets. —the greatest comfort-bringing labor-saving convenience for the kitchen. During this restricted period you can get this great time and labor saver and 24 useful kitchen appli ances delivered in your home for one dollar. You can pay the balance a little at a time. Those women who have longed for the comforting help of the step saving HOOSIER, will surely re spond to this opportunity at once. Every woman who is interested in having her hardest work made easier, owes it to herself to investi gate this offer. \ single demonstration will con vince’you that the HOOSIER IS America’s greates labor-saving con venience for women. 0. T. HAMNER Furniture & Hardware ... Be Sure to See Our Special Demonstration of HOOSIER’S adjusted height during* sale NO DOUBT YOU WONDER WHY YOU TIRE OUT SO QUICKLY. IF SO, COME IN AND SEE OUR DEMONSTRATION OF HOOSIER’S NEW-. EST DISCOVERY IN KITCHEN COMFORT. PERHAPS THE HEIGHT OF YOUR WORK TABLE 13 UNSUITED TO YOUR BUILD. IF SO, IT IS A TREMENDOUS DRAG ON YOUR VITALITY. NOTHING SHORT OF A DEMONSTRATION WILL EVER DETERMINE WHETHER THIS PREVIOUSLY UNDISCOVERED DRAIN ON A WOMAN’S RESERVE FORCE IS OPERATING AGAINST YOUR COMFORT. COME IN AND FIND OUT WHILE OUR SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION IS ON! Dring this Special Combination Dollar Offer we include •'th each HOOSIEU BEAUTY the com plete 10-pidce Dexter Domestic Sciqpce Set (shown above). This set retails regularly‘for $7.50. We also include as regular equipment 1,4 pieces of crystal glassware (shown below) including spice jars, coffe jar, tea jar; salt boat and four hand soine air-tight containers for bulk foods, such as beans, hominy, crackers; etc. Each of these 24 pieces is provided- with a spe. cial place in the HOOSIE1J. They are of unex celled quality and unrivalled utility. Included at no- extra cost. HOOSIER'S low cash price—make possible by production in the world’s greatest exclusive kitchen cabinet factory—prevails.