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MAX D* MILLER, lt*r«9?de»t HUGH MIXON, Cashier
_ _ ’ Marianna | Capital Stock $69,000.00 : Free Spending is Objectionable 7 77 * ' 1 o tfetUiy] jpalrwtiae ;p«*tple. The iuaofsnrtance conserving < oiier^nnesources jinuAtnnow. be uppermost in the mind of h every doyal ettaaen. Stipend only’ for what is needed. Flare 'tt»e balance in Abe bank'where it is instuntlv ready • i on tdbniartdamfi whtHe-, valuable, nrodit relations may be fj i > estaliliAfeed; in awilticipiaition of fulmar meeds. | ' •* * .M MAX P. MIUAR V BL U GRIFF18 ; P^jE.: TURNER DIRECTORS iAC*m SfflAftfL .1 J.i JL FELTON B.& 3tmQ& F. N. BURKE O. L. WILLIAMSON HUGH MIXON I - - ' " ■ - - ....... ■ 0 o —O ♦ ■ ■< ' ■ O ■■■'*0 I I , local news notes c I I 0 0 (| « - « -ft ft. -n Xurney -Whikenton and ,*v-dfe spent ThaDk.sgiTiRg.4t Helen*. c.Guy AppM* .ipent yesterday in Mem phis. * * * * Chas. Got*® -®»>ent W«dnewlay in Wynne. *•«* S#e J. W. F^eRter-for concrete work of ajl kinds. 31 • ** Mr and Mrs. W D. Newber® +pent Thursday in Briakley. > • •*. Seerthe Courier-Iodex for engraving of all kinds. tf **♦<* Miss Pauline Newbern of Conway is in tW- city, the guest of relatives. mm** Mrs. V/. S. Atkins iis spending 4he latter ptfit of this week in Memphis. MILLER LUMBER COMPANY ;®>ke the (lowest pries. .*** Chancery Court has adjourned to meet again .on December 22. *m** Mr. and 'Mrs. John Mann arrived Sunday morning from their wedding •trip. iCol. and Mas. E. R. Reedy of Hel ena were visitors in Marianna Sun day night. * * * Mies Ruth Freeman is spending the the week-end with friends 1® Mem phis. MILLER LUMBER COMPANY has * full aaaortisst of ballttf ■» ferial. •mm* Mrs. Bolivar Conner of Augusta Is here on * visit with her aunt, Mms. P. R. Turner. * * * * Mrs. Doddridge MeCulloch enter tained moot happily on Tuesday with a knitting party, complimentary to bet cousin, Miss Pau$ne Newbern, of Conway. It books Christmas Books J<j Books for the Tots ! Books for the Boys \ Books for the Girls Books for the Young Lady ? Books for the Young Man | Books for the Married Women Books for the Married Men Books for the Aged Come let us show you while we • have space to make the display, so you can tell what we have. We have to condense them next week when we open Xmas Goods P. R. Turner Drug :: Co. _——-■---" If yosn want uto buy a good horse - see us at onue. Marianna ice & >Storage C». Doc.8 *** 1 Miss Martha 'McKee has gone to 'Wvynne to spend several days Witts Jftiends. .awe 'if you want to buy a good horse eoe us at once. Marianna Ice & fiWrage Co. Dec.* ioe Hobbs, a former resident of this city but now of £5t. Louis, spent Sninjay here at the home of his brwitoer, T. E. Hobbs. Carl SBullman of Memphis is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Vernon. * * * * J. W. Patton, of the Marianna Cot ton Oil Mill, spent the past few days in Memphis. • * * * If you **nt to buy a good horse see us at (once. Marianna Ice & Storage Co. Dec.8 • *** Mrs. E. D. tttegland returned Mon day from Memphis where she has been visiting relatives for several months. Thoughts of Christmas and gift giving problems are now the or der of the day. A box of stationery beau tifully engraved makes an ideal gift. Our line of engraved goods offers an unlimited range of designs and colors, backed up ,by the well known quality of our product* The Courier-Index - --- Printers QUALITY Engravers “ Mr* O. L. Williamson will enter tain the Chafing Dish club this af ternoon. *** Mrs. Ml Smith has gone to Ash land, Mo., on a Visit with friends and relatives. ***• Why not put a Red Cross Christ mas seal on every letter and package you send out between now and De cember 25? Take a peep at the big diaplay of Xmas books now on display at Tur ner's. tf Mrs. ft. D. Smith delightfully en tertained her bridge club on Wed nesday afternoon. •*** No job too big for us to handle efficiently and quickly. J. W. Field er, concrete contractor. 31 Misses Dorothy Mulkey and Mary Maynard spent Sunday visiting in Crawfordsville. Want a nice building lot cheap? Take a look at Fairview Addition. See Mrs. W. S. Atkins. 31 * * * • Miss Margaret Deaderick of Hot Springs in the guest of Mrs. R. E. Wild. Buy your lumber from Kershaw Lumber Co. They sell the best as well as the cheapest. tf * * » * C. W. Beal, a prominent insurance man from Little Rock, has been in the city this week. W. F. Kershaw Lumber Company can furnish you anything in the build ing line at a low figure. tf **• M. E. Newbern spent Wednesday in Helena attending the annual Methodist conference. * * * * Bob Gist and Miss Lillian Freeman will go to Forrest City this evening to attend the Thanksgiving ball to night. * * * * Leake & Wells, general transfer, wood and coal. We move anything loose at both ends. Phones 13 and 166. tf C. E. Yancey and family are spend ing the week end in Memphis vis iting friends and relatives. Leake & Wells, generkl transfer, wood and coal. We move anything loose at both ends. Phones 13 and 166. tf *«•* Mrs. ( has. McKee will entertain , tomorrow afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Thos. E. Wood of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Norton and baby of Forrest City spent yester day here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I W. S. McClintock. Let us supply your lumber needs. ■ we furnish everything from A to Z in the building line. VV. F. Kershaw Lumber Co. tl * • * * Sergeant Eugene Hampton of Motor Truck Co. No. 9. Camp Beauregard, ' will arrive in Marianna Sunday to j spend several days with home folks. • ** The prettiest building lots In Mari anna in Fairview Addition. For sale cheap and on reasonable terms. See Mrs W. S. Atkins. 31 *•** Miss Detha Sue Vail, who is at tending Galloway College at Searcy, spent Thanksgiving here with her parents. ■ ** * As usual our stock of holiday goods, Christmas cards, etc., will be complete and satisfy the most fas tideous. Turner's. tf **■»» Look at the work we have done <elsewhere in Marianna, then let us figure on your concrete work. J. W. Fielder, clntractor. 31 *•* Miss Evelyn Arrington, accompan ied by Miss Imogene Dupuy. went to Shenod. Miss., to spend Thanksgiving with friends and relatives. By buying early we are still able to fill orders for Grafonolas; $18 and up. A full line of records. Come and hear. Turner’s. tf The school is under obligations to the ladies of the D. A. R. for the gift of a very nice Grafonola, which will he enjoyed by all the students. ***• Miss Vivian Wild, who Is a student at Galloway College at Searcy, is here spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wild. • * • * The P. R. Turner Drug Company now have the agency for the famous Edison Talking Machine. Call and hear the finest Instrument of this kind ever made. tf * * * • Dr. Edward Thompson, who spent last Saturday and Sunday here with his mother. Mrs. W. S. Atkins, re turned Sunday to Camp McPherson, at Atlanta. * * * * Mrs. C. R. Ragland has returned from Memphis where she spent the past four months. She will spend the winter here with Col. and Mrs. J. E. Wood. • *** Registered men who are progres sive should enter the army as train ed men. The signal corps wants thousands. To take care of those in the next call, the Springfield Busi ness College Telegraph School is giving personal Instruction In the In ternational Morse Code. Just as soon as a registered man can send 20 words a minute he will be certi fied to the Signal Corps officials. Go Immediately and get ready for a good place, for you will be called soon. *31p 4 — Mr. and Mrs T. K Wood, Tom Wood, Jr., and Clark Wood arrived I Wednesday night and will spend a , few days with relatives, returning I to Little Kook Sunday afternoon. * * * * Karl Liddell, well known railroad man, is in the railroad hospital In Little Rock suffering with an attack ! of appendicitis. His mother. Mrs. V. \ R. Liddell, is with him. • * • • Oliver McClintock. who is attend ing Arkansas College at Batesville, is spending the Thanksgiving season here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; W. S. McClintock. * **• ! Mrs J. R. Felton and daughter, | Miss Ruth, went to Alexandria, La., to spend Thanksgiving with Dan Felton, who is a member of Motor I Truck Co. No. 9 at Camp Beauregard. *** | Our sister city. Marvell, last year | had the best per cuplta of Christmas Red Cross Seals of any town of 600 people in the United States. B. C. Pouncy of Memphis, well ! known paving contractor, spent Wed nesday in the city. He owns a fine ' farm near Hughes and went out Wednesday afternoon to superintend some improvements on the place Ml* The Courier-Index is in receipt of a very Interesting letter from Ser geant Kugene Hamtpon of Motor Truck Co. No. 9, Camp Beauregard, l*a., which will be published next week. Olin McAlexander, who has been here on a furlough from his duties as a student in the aviation branch of the naval service at Pensacola. Florida, left this afternoon for Pen sacola to resume his work. • ** Misses Leslie Freeman and Vir ginia King, and Messrs. Bob Foreman Wooten Freeman and Bettis Lloyd, and Lieutenants Ewing McClintock and Phillip Hassell will motor to Forrest City this afternoon to attend the Thanksgiving hall at the Elks Club In that city fonlght, * * * • Chas. D. Turner, a prominent at torney of Dallas, Texas, accompan ied by his bride, arrived in the city this morning to spend several day# here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Turner. The couple has been on a wedding trip to points in Florida and Tennessee. T. L. Turner, of Belzoni, Miss., Is expected to reach Marianna tomorrow to spend several days with his brothers. -----. .- ■ ... * The Marianna high schools girls basket ball team went to Earle Fri | (lav, where they defeated the Earle j team that arternoon. and Saturday afternoon won a victory from the i Parkin team. **** Hen Rivt left Wednesday after noon for his home in Spring Hill, Tenn. He will return about the first of the month and will bring with him his mother and sister, who will ! make their home here, They have rented the Gill residence on Main i street. * * * * The Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club has voted to dispense with re freshments at the weekly meetings. | In lieu of the refreshments each member is required to pay twenty five cents and the winner of the I fond thus created will give the ; amount to the Ked Cross. **♦% Wooten Freeman spent several days this week in Little Rock at Camp Pike At the latter place he conferred with his brother. Ben nett Freeman, over matters of busi ness. Mr. Freeman is in the quarter master’s department but expects to get a transfer to the third officers* training camp that will be started soon at Camp Pike. *♦** I.. W. Vernon, wife and baby hava returned from a visit to Pine Bluff and Little Rock. At Pine Bluff they attended the wedding of Mr. Vernon!* sister. Miss Minton Vernon, to Mr. Geo. O’Daniels, at the Hotel Pines. Mr. O’Daniels Is temporarily station ed at Pine Bluff as recruiting officer of the army. • •• Miss Hazel Buerger entertained a number of the young people of the city with a card party Wednesday evening at her home. Holiday deco rations of holly and pot plants mado a beautiful setting for the evening's entertainment. Games of Five Hun dred and Old Maid engrossed the at tention of the guests until a lata hour. Delicious refreshments and fruit were served. •••• In our country, medical examina tion has disclosed thousands of un suspected cases of tuberculosis among the registered men. It Is Im portant that the Tuberculosis Asso ciations in every state teach tha newly recruited soldiers how to avoid tuberculosis and secure treats ment or relief for those who havd broken down and for their families. Red Cross Christmas Seals supply funds for this work. I 4 | ’ There's A Victrola Here For || You This Christmas |H i Bln % I minpi * 1^ f**t, there’s a complete line of Victrolaein every style, IbIIIdI *r.®?n I®** «»■ choose the exact instrument that iMinl v will fit into your home.