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MAX D. MILLER, President HUGH MIXON, Cashier
Bank of Marianna
Capital Stock KmK" : *ass $69,000.00
Financial success results lrom wise application of money, rather
than Irom the mere possession ol money. The far-sighted, construc
tive advice and sound banking counsel you may obtain, as a depositor
in the Hank ol Marianna, develops your personal plans makes your
II money effective money.
1 I
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I will have for your Sunday dinner:
Choice beef
Choice pork
Spring lamb
Spare ribs
Cured ham
Pork sausage
Hamberger meat
Boiled ham
Celery, lettuce
Place an order early in the day
to insure an early delivery.
Phone 313.
Typewriters for rent of sale at
Turner’s. tf
Clifton Harrington left Wednesday
for St. Louis to study pharmacy.
WANTED—Two experienced sales
ladies. Apply at once. M Lewis, 7
J. Shaul spent Monday in Helena
at the opening of federal court.
*41 * o
Arthur Fant and wife of, Memphis
were visitors in the oily Tuesday.
Claud Cotter spent the first of the
week in Helena attending federal
Joe Newbern, well known citizen
of Forest City, was a visitor in Mari
anna Wednesday.
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FOR SALE—Good secondhand roll
top desk. Apply at. Courier-Index
office. tf
* * *
H. Yoffie went to Memphis the
first of the week to enter a hospital
for an operation.
• ***
FOR SALE—First class piano,
cheap and on easy terms. Apply at
Baggett's Drug Store. Nov. 10
* * * *
B. L. Griffis of this city, wras made
foreman of the federal grand jury
at Helena Monday.
John Gillenwater left yesterday for
Little Rock on a visit to his son,
; who is in the army .
Rev. W. K. Johnston went to
Forest City yesterday to preach last
night and again tonight.
LOST—Blue coat like vest hanging
in Leary’s window. Reward for re
turn to Leary's store. 6
S. B. Rotholz spent the first of
: the week in Helena attending federal
I court as a member of the grand jury.
Leake & Wells, general transfer,
[ wood and coal. We move anything
loose at both ends. Phones 13 and
166. tf
* * *
John Pilkington, who is employed
in Hart’s shoe store in Helena, is
preparing to move his family to
that city.
W. W. Chisum, J. W. Reed. D. L.
: Griffis and Hugh Leary have been
spending this week in Helena attend
ing federal court as jurors.
Judge E. A. McCulloch and family
motored from Little Rock yesterday
and are spending several days here
with friends and relatives.
Leake & Wells, general transfer,
wood and coal. We move anything
loose at both ends. Phones 13 and
166. tf
J. M. Sage, former deputy circuit
- clerk here, now residing in Helena,
spent Wednesday in Marianna greet
ing his many friends.
• ***
Of course you are going to see
the “Womanless Wedding” at the
high school auditoiium Friday night.
October 12. **
• ***
Road cart for sale at a bargain.
See J. E. Wrood. tf
Senator Lon Slaughter and wife of
Palestine, spent yesterday in Mari
anna. the guests of Senator Slaugh
ter’s brother. Geo. Slaughter.
"S. O. Samuels of Jackson. Tenn..
brother of A. G. Samuels, well known
local contractor, has accepted a
position in W. S. Atkins garage.
I .<■
' Arnold-ized" Zinc paini
Let Us Demonstrate This
Beautiful Paint to You
— . _ 1 ” ‘
. 1 I I ■ , Ml- ~l ’ -- ■ —
It Will Surely
Pay You
to form the habit of buying
! your groceries from this ;
store. You have no idea
!; how quickly the pennies
I saved will amount to dollars. -
on practically every pur- !;
\ chase you make here you
; will be able to realize a
; small saving over prices
II charged by other grocers.
I Scores of people in Marianna '
and Lee county have tried
\ this store and found all our
; representations are true. >
!; They are now our regular !
!; patrons. They like our goods !
> because we handle only stan- ;
;! dard varieties. They like /
I our prices, because they are
; less than others charge. They \
; like our service, because we ;!
> are courteous to all and I
> prompt in delivering goods. [
! We make no substitutes—
; we do net try to palm off i|
inferior goods on you. We >
; feel quite sure if others have ;!
; found it satisfactory to trade
! with us. you will, too. When !;
I you have finished reading 1;
! this announcement why not -
call us up and give an y
> order?
| Phone 93w
winter pasture and cover crops.
Seed in bur at $1.25 per bushel.
Bruce Mulkey. tf
* * **
Ed Mook. who has been here the
past year with his sister. Mrs. Guy
E. Leary, has gone to Kansas City,
Mo., to study electrical engineering.
FOR SALE -Three fine Lewellen
setter pups, now ready to go in the
field They are beauties, well bred,
! and will certainly make fine dogs.
C. V. Sutton. tf
Ed Wolf has gone to Louisville.
Ky„ to drive back a Dixie Flyer
automobile for Edmund Beazley, who
' now has the agency for this pretty
LOST Blue coat like vest hanging
| in Leary's window. Reward for re
| turn to Leary’s store. 6
Make your arrangements right now
to take dinner with the ladies of the
Cemetery Association at the city hall
on Tuesday, October 9 8
M. M. Hankins of Little Rock,
state representative of the Arkansas
Ruilding & Loan Association, spent
Wednesday and Thursday in the city
greeting friends and talking business.
• ***
The ladies of the Cemetery Asso
ciation will serve dinner at the city
hall on Tuesday, October 9, the pro
ceeds to go into the cemetery fund. 8
* * **
W. T. Barnes, well known citizen of
Marianna. suffered a stroke of
paralysis Tuesday. The left side of
his face, his left arm and side are
affected. His condition is regarded
as critical.
The ladies of the Cemetery Asso
elation will serve dinner at the city
hall on Tuesday, October 9, the pro
ceeds to go into the cemetery fund. 8
i Macklin McClintock returned Tues.
day from Fairport. N Y„ where he
joined his wife and son on a visit to
relatives. Mrs McClintock and son
will return to Marianna at a later
, date
• *•*
Sid B Redding of Little Rock
clerk of the federal court of this
district, spent several hours in Mari
anna Wednesday and Wednesda>
night. He had been attending Fed-j
eral court at Helena.
FOR SALK—Second hand Ford. |
1916 Model, in first class shape, new |
set tires. Enquire of Hunter & Lan- :
ham, , Vineyard. 29tf
The new fire truck recently pur. I
chased by the city from the Inter-'
national Harvester Company reached 1
Maianna yesterday morning and
Chief C. C. Mitchener and members j
of the lire department yesterday |
g;.ve the ;,ew tin several trial |
runs. The machine is a modern fire
fighting apparatus, carrying chenih al
tank-- hooks, ladders, and 8<t0 feet I
of hose.
John C. Williams handles the finest
line of monuments ever brcught to j
Marianna. If you are in the market |
for a monument to place over the
grave of those who are dear to you,
see Mr. Williams and let him show
you illustration of his line. The
work is exceptionally good. tf
LOST—Blue coat like vest hanging
in Leary’s window. Reward for re
turn to Leary’s store. 6
• **
Ed Young, negro, wanted for kill
ing another negro last November,
was captured the other day by
Claud Cotter and Henry James on
the Osborne plantation and landed
in jail here. Young shot and killed
a negro in a crap game on Bose
West’s place, and then made his
escape, lie had changed his name
to Jim Tinsley and had been scouting
around the bottoms.
Mate your arrangements rigni now
to take dinner with the ladies of the
Cemetery Association at the city hall
on Tuesday, October 9. 8
Frank Wright, who has been with
the McClure syndicate store at Rome,
Ga., spent Wednesday here vititing
home folks. He will go to Biythe
ville to manage the Freeman five,
ten and twenty-five cent store for
Bennett Freeman, who is now serv
ing in the army.
Through the Robertson & Benham
agency. W. H. Newbern and F. O.
Love have purchased the Banks
place of 320 acres, three miles north
west of Oak Forest. It is understood
the consideration was $10,000. The
Robertson & Benham agency also
reports the sale of the M. V. Chris
tian place of 160 acres, one mile
from Aubrey, to E. R. Walker of
Melwood, the consideration being
$8,000. Mr Walker will move to
Lee county and reside on his new
purchase. «
VoifII got more than your money's
worth if you see the "Womunless
Wedding” at the high school • audi
torium on Friday night, October 12.
Admission 25c and 59c. 6
* *
FOR SALE A tract of 1,120 acres
of fine delta land in Holmes county.
Miss., 650 acres in cultivation; price
$60 an acre. This is one of the best
real estate snaps I have ever had
to offer. See me at once if you want
a bargain. Hr. C. T. Chandler. tf
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Of course you are going to eat
dinner at the city' hall on Tuesday.
October 9. On that date the ladies
of the Cemetery Association will
serve a splendid feast. 9
E. E. McMurray, bookkeeper for
the E. J. Beazley Company, took the
Pasteur treatment for dog bite
Thursday. Ten days ago when Mr.
McMurray was in Rgndo on busi
ness he was bitten by a dog that
was acting strangely. Three days
later the dog died and his head was
sent to a specialist in Memphis for
examination. The specialist report
ed the presence of rabies in the
dog’s brain. As a. precautionary
measure Dr. O. L. Williamson of this
city administered the Pasteur treat
ment to Mr. McMurray.
LOST Fine Duroc Jersey boar,
unmarked. Got out of my lot and
was last seen in Marianna. Suit
aide reward for return of hog or
for information leading to recovery.
J. T. Robertson. ®
* * *
DeLano’s meat market, rear of
Leary’s store, is starting off with a
big share of the public patronage
()nlv tV very finest native and cold
storage meats are carried in stock
Sausage, ribs. ham. everything neces
sary to make a high-class market,
are always on hand. Gall us. phone
4?.. and give us your next order. G
At the preliminary trial of Wavne
j Murdock, charged with the killing
' of Dan Models, negro, at Gassett on
. Tuesdav of last week, the evidence
I showed Murdock shot the negro after
the latter had fired at Murdock, and
| in consequence Esq. L. M. Brewer
I released Murdock. On the charge of
violating the bone dry law by bring
ing whiskey into the state. Murdock
was fined $100 He appealed the
case to circuit court. In the mean
time he left for Gamp Pike as a
| member of Lee county’s second quota
| of men furnished under the selective
draft law.
How would you like to paint your
house with white enamel? This is
what we propose to do, and It will
last THREE TIMES as long as leal
and oil paint. Call at Turner’s and
let T. E. Hobbs explain this wonder.
ful new paint to you. 31
‘•The Womanless Wedding.’’ a
screaming comedy, will he given at
the high school auditorium on Friday
night. October 12. by the young ladles
of the Methodist church for the bene
fit of their club. Admission prices
2F.s and F»t)c. You’ll ntlss the biggest
treat of. the season If you fail to
witness this play. 6
W C. Jennings, well known local
contractor, returned Sunday from
: Memphis where he went to have a
needle cut out if his foot While
walking in his bare feet in his
room recently he stepped on a needle
and broke it off in his foot. It was
day now, I just love to!"
Women who never could stand the kitchen and
the cook-stove find it a perfect pleasure with
the RANGE ETERNAL. Everything about
it is so complete—so convenient—so delight
I* 11.._J _ A* _ il
THE RANGE ETERNAL is built to give long—satis
fying—complete “Kitchen Service.’’ It is the pro
duct of two generations of malleable range building
experience. There are 32 points of ETERNAL EX
of the 32 helps to make cooking, baking and earing
for the range easier.
Parker Process Rust-Resisting Polished Tops are the
latest big malleable range improvement and are
used exclusively on the RANGE ETERNAL.
Rust-proof Etemametal is used to line all flues
and fire surfaces in the RANGE ETERNAL. It
makes the RANGE ETERNAL the
longest wearing Range you can buy.
Come in and let us explain
to you the thirty-two
superior features.
Houston Potts
Phone 29
necessary to use an X-ray on the
mem her to locate the needle. The
Commercial Appeal of Sunday car
ried a short story about the slight
operation necessary to remove the
needle from Mr. Jennings' foot and
stated he would probably lose his
leg because of blood poison. This
was wholly erroneous. There has
been no trace of blood poison. Mr.
Jennings expects to be out again
within a few days.
FOR SALE—Four fine farms,
cheap. One in particular is a big
bargain. It consists of 600 acres,
300 in the hills and 300 in the bot
toms; very fine land. Come to see
us. Chandler-Jarratt Company, tf
H. B. Shumaeker’s meat market
has just been repainted, both inside
and outside and it is very pleasing to
eye the cleanliness of the shop. The
counter ice box is always filled with
good things to eat. and Mr. Shu
macker would be glad to have you
stop in and select what you want.
Phone your order early and he will
do his best to serve you promptly.
Phone 313. 6
Boss Pierce, a Senegambian whose
chief asset seems to be his sprinting
qualities, gave Officer A. W. Moody
a merry chase yesterday morning,
and if the negro had not winded him.
sdt early in the game the chances
are he would have outdistanced Geo.
Greenhaw's Ford car, which Mr.
Moody requisitioned in order to over
take the negro. Pierce was caught
in the act of committing a robbery
at the Lewis Hotel Sunday night
about twelve o'clock by Night Officer
Dave Shea, who chased the negro
through the hotel, into the basement
and out on the street. He finally
made his escape from the officer.
Karly yesterday morning Officer
Moody located the negro anil placed
him und"r arrest. He escorted his
prisoner to t lie city ball, and as
Moody entered the building in ad
vance of Pierce, the latter slammed
the door and made a dash for the
tail uncut. He ran several blocks
before he was recaptured.
We are certainly very grateful to
the people of Marianna for giving us
such fine business during our open
ing week. We want you to continue
as patrons of this market. We will
use every endeavor to satisfy you
with the goods we sell you. Call us
up early tomorrow and give us your
Sunday* order for meats. We have
some exceptionally fine roasts for
your Sunday dinner. DeLano’ Meat
Market, rear of Leary’s store, phone
43. 6
has a full assortment of building mar
O. it. Perry left Wednesday night
for Tyler, Texas, in response to a
message announcing the critical ill
ness of his brother, Kirk Perry.
16 Reasons Why You Should Own
This Watch
Head the 16 features pointed out by the arrows and circles ;
above. Anyone who knows watch values will tell you that these 16 !;
points of superiority were never before combined in a watch to sell
at anywhere near this price. ;
You may have your choice of either 12 size. ‘‘Extra-Thin, or ;
16 size, slightly larger and sturdier, cased in a high grade gold filled
case which is guaranteed to wear for 20 years. ; |
A high grade 19 jewel watch adjusted to temperature and four
positions has always cost many dollars more than this price. ;
So we consider this a most remarkable value. In fact the great
est we have ever seen in all our years of watch experience. ;!
It will pay you to come in and see these watches. Come today
as our supply is limited. ;!
Sixteen definite, easily proven reasons that make the new 19 ,;
I jewel South Bend Special Watches the best timekeepers at the
price ever manufactured.
The Jeweler.

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