From the Archives

The Southern Democrat, September 8, 1938


Free your wife of kitchen drudgery by eating at The City Cafe.

Lost – one pair of spectacles, dark rimmed with one ear piece off, in dark leather case. Finder please return to A.S. Bains, Oneonta.

Lost – Between Gulf Filling Station and Worth Tolbert’s, a pocketbook containing $106 in currency, besides papers. Finder return and receive reward. Can leave at Will Ingle’s.

Miss Fae Bynum, who has been spending her vacation in Oneonta, returned to Fairfield this week, where she will resume her work as a teacher in the Fairfield school.

There were 54 births in Blount County during the month of July, according to figures release by Dr. T.M. Towns, county health officer. During this period there were 14 deaths in the county.

Homicides took 33 lives in Alabama during July, the State Department of health reported this week.

More than 1,750 high school pupils have enrolled in the high schools of Blount County.

Mrs. G.R. McK – When peas and beans cause discomfort owing to their tendency to form gas, they can frequently be eaten without distress in pureed form.

Enjoy beautiful natural-looking false teeth. Send no money. We make by mail the world’s number one dental plates for men and women from impressions taken in your home. Monthly payments possible. Write today! United States Dental Company, Chicago, Ill.

From local merchants

Suits made to order – $19.75 and up. N.C. Prickett & Co.

Western Auto Seven-Cent Sale

Key Case, Jack knife, made of soft leather, holds eight keys.

Radio Dial bulb, for house or auto radio, each.

Paint brush, properly tapered, guaranteed quality, one inch.