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I I Notice » i l To my many friends and customers I t J* wish to extend my thanks and gratitude ! for their cooperation and patronage J while I was associated with Jitney j Jungle, Pascagoula and express my * sincere desires that I may continue to j serve your interosis in mv new connec j tion with Gulley Grocery Co., of Pasca ; goula. • j M. Tiu-"h Dosseit i .■_ j! NOTICE... : i ji ARE YOU THIRSTY 4 | l j VISIT THE ij UNION BEER PARLOR * § "PASCAGOULA’S FINEST" t :•* s ^ * » 4 • And c!ia: c those hot weather blues 4 » > « J away while enjoying the fine t of E 4 | b 4 * refreshment offered at * z $ ► :• l : j t ii UNION BEER PARLOR I * # ► ' DELMAS 4nd ST. FRANCIS l 4: ► 41 ► J J PASCAGOULA, MISS. E 4i j Demonstration... (Continued fiom Pape I) V.'nVer Lowry. When I got to I L i’ermakeri office near the \» 1 t tie. there was onlv one ■'hi " in the inner office beside When I got in the of ... one of them, I don’t know ■t • h, locked the door. Then I onite a few words there, f told Walter he had been whip p g up and -caring others, and , t he may whip me but he ■ . uldn’t -care me. After a heat 'd argument, Lowry started hit • i ire. I was sitting on the ■jr of th" table. He was ' : ng up and hit me while I w- ‘ill sitting I fought back well ;,s I could, but I couldn’t •"’rr‘ myself due to the fact ‘hn‘ l have only one arm. After ■ling me many times, he fin-1 lly knocked me unconscious. W f r I came to, I was on the nd I heard Percy B.idon, ■'i i ..y ■ the other man in the of : a e, telling Lowrv not to hit me ■r more because he had knocked me out 1 got up and with Lowry | t | living to hit me but being w i de l off by Badon, finally got k h .nr. office door unlocked, a '•) t 'n after also unlocking the oi. office door, I finally got v ay fi rim him. The fight took place because 1. v blamed me for a petition vhirh was pos-ed among mem 's ( of tile union for which he ;.u • ini-.- < agent in which the moil efu ed to pay any more bn unless he was removed." .MOKE ua Cattle... (Continued from Page 1> pn igoul i, $75; Hurley Method 17# I t Baptist, Mom Point, -VS; First Methodist, Pascagoula, 'V i; K stside Baptist, Pascagoula, St. Peter’s Catholic, Pasca ■u , $25; Unity Baptist, Pasca hi! i, ','75; Rosed ale Methodist, Hai i ; ton, $18; individual dnnn i' ", S5; Pine Grove Churrh of 'Pascagoula, $75; Rosedale Vic" " i t church, $10; Cas.vzal vli'thod 1 church, Wade, $17.90. Tiie zebra is a light brown an imal with dark brown or black ip" not a dark brown ani mal with light stripes. Tiie skins of rats are used to m ike pocketbooks and tobacco (touches. PEDESTRIANS STARE at the shattered wall of the Post Office building In Courtenay, British Columbia, after an earthquake shook the State of Washington and British Columbia, Canada. There was considerable property damage In the Canadian rone, but comparatively few injuries from the mild tremor were reported. (International Soundphoto) Civic Council To Cooperate In Food Drive For Hungry The emergency food drive was the principal subject for discus sion at thp meeting of the Civic Council Tuesday night at which Mrs. Sydney Swan, new presi dent, presided. Miss Maud Lad ner reported for the committee and declared that boxes wil’ be placed in all stores for canned food donations. Reading of the by-laws was postponed until the next meeting which will be held at the G. S O. clubroom in the Old Central j school, Mrs. Swan announced. Twenty-five million Americans ; live on farms. MOSS POINT CHURCHES METHODIST The members of the WSCS en joyed a business meeting in the home of Mrs. J. D. Lowe on Mon day afternoon. Mrs. John Cir lot led the devotional. Mrs. Earl Ammonett presided over the busi ness meeting. Mrs. A. L. Swan was guest of the members. Ire cream and eake were served dur ing the social hour. BAPTIST An executive meeting of the WM1I was held in the home of Mrs. R. C. Elev on Monday af ternoon The meeting was pre sided over bv Mrs. Eley. After a shn: i business meeting the ses sion war closed with a prayer. PRESBYTERIAN . Members of Circle No. One en j joyed a mooting on Monday aftcr I noon in the home of Mrs. J. J. McIntosh. Mrs. Helen Mayson led the program "Observance of the Sabbath”. Mrs. A. J. Welch and Mrs. D. H. McCollum gave talks on the program. A social hour was enjoyed following the business meeting. The hostess served delicious refreshmon's. Circle No. Two met in the home of Mrs. John McArthur on Mon day afternoon. Mrs. McArthur led the program "What We Be lieve". Mrs. A. W. Head gave the devotional taken from Isaiah. Refreshments were scrvel durh-s ing the social hour. Circle No. Three met in the home of Misses Alice and Mar garet Colmer on Monday >von ng. Miss Frances Brooks led the program ‘-Baptism” assisted by Mrs. T. B. West and Miss An nette Powell. Following the pro gram and business meeting a so cial hour was enjoyed. iJH • MEMO DVEBTISERS I ill , ^ ■—■ I Three | Simple I Rules for i _ Profitable \ Newspaper advertising I I * 1. Make your advertising copy easy to read, friendly and informative. People read nrtvs paprrs for the news. Give them facts and news about your mer chandise and services. ’ 2. Advertise regularly. Do what successful sales men do —call on customers and prospects con sistently. • 3. Project your advertising investment by insist ing on audited circulation reports that tell you just what circulation you get'fur your money. Guesswork is wasteful* *In order that you may know just what 'you get fyr your money w hen you adver tise in this newspaper, we are members of the Audit Bureau of Circulations. This is a national, cooperative association of more than 2<XK) publishers, advertisers and advertising agencies. Organized in 1914, the purpose of the Bureau is to establish and maintain definite stand ards of circulation, audit the circula tion records of the publisher members and report this verified information to advertisers. Annually, one of the Bureau’s large staff of trained auditors makes a thor ough audit of our circulation. The verified facts anti figures thus obtained are issued in an official A.B.C. report. Our A.B.C. report tells how much cn> dilation we have, where the circulation goes, how it was obtained, how much people pay for it and many other facts that you should know when you buy newspaper advertising. Thus when you advertise in this newspaper your invest* ment is in known and verified values. j I the crr- ' ici.e star & moss point advertiser This newspaper is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations.' Ask for « copy of our latest A. B. C. report giving audited facts and figures about our circulation. A. B. 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