The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1934 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 27, 1934
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PAGE FOUR Round Lake News •Mrs.-Claude Jackson was called to Alabama last week by Hie lllnesq oilier mother, she returned Saturday, reporting her mother's condition unchanged. Ttierc will be a pie supper nt the idiool building Saturday night for the boneQl of Hie canning kitchen. •Mis? Evelyn Potts* was stricken with appendicitis and was Uikcn to the Baptist hospital, Memphis, last week i"^l 1 Mrs Howard Uowen 'and Mrs. Luther . Rljgs attended the county council meeting at BIytlievillc Thursday, Tile county health nurse gave typhoid innoculiitions to 35 nl thu school house here Monday afternoon. Additional innoculations will be given next Monday at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Rex Wilson was brought home fiom ,\ Memphis hospital Sunday, filie is slowly Improving. Miss A6"cs Wilder, of Gilchrist plantation, has ncceptcd ;i pMllion with (he Alma Wniily sl:0]i ill O>- 'ceoJa. AH honor graduate of the Molci college in Memphis, she gave up a position at- nulling Fork. Miss to return.fp Mississippi county. Clear Lake News Ml Mrs. Walter Lmislovrt _BL¥THEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS iiK-iit Simdny evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. Pillar, of New Liberty. Mr, and Mrs. Bud Craig nnd family, of Recce, were eucsls Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs, J. M. Haynes. Mr, nnd Mrs. Shannon Laneley moved lo this community Monday, William Vincent .spont. Sunday svlth hfs fnlhcj-, I/eon Vincral, of Hound Lake. Miss Kntto Hood nnd Mr. At- Ihur Johnson were married Saturday, September 22. Mr. nnd Mrs. lU'riiKin Vln, ol Slcele, spent. Siiliirdny nlulu with Mr. nnd Mrs. o. T. Viu. Mr. iind Mrs. Hurley Moss, of M>5sl5,slpi, (ire vlslllng relative hc-1'C. Bufoi'd Hnyno.s Is 111 this wool;. 8mn linker Is suffering from a hrokcn' urm, received in »n accident nt llolivnr, 'JVnii. Lone Oak News The Home U;inons(rutlo)i clul) met Monday. Miss C'orii Lee Cole- nn spoke on IKIIIK; work. The Ladles Missionary society will sponsor it supper tit ihe church Frlrtny, Oclohcr 5. The ]>rocecds «HI go lo tlic church. Mr. nnil Mrs. licit Richardson nnd family visited relatives here Sunday evening. Mr. nnil Mrs. Lifford \\-ere rail- ml io DyerslHii'B, Tenn., because of the death of Mr, Ufford's father, I Mrs. Bud Hrillaln, Mrs. B. U. Hodge, and Mrs, Hyacinth O'Neal sick, ' Calumet News Mr. jiiid Mrs. L, Kolrcrtson nrc Ihc parenUs of an 9-pomul son, born September 15. Mr. anil Mrs. 1'aul Ford, ol Jonesboro, nrc the giirsus of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Glover. Wyllc Glover is visiting his sis- ler, Mrs, George Miller, of y<irbro. Kkron. News Notes C/'ytle Curtis anil Marie hollar, Chester Curtis and ray Douglas, and James Childur and Ozel Uich- nrdson were united in marriage at the Curtis liome Wednesday evening of last week by the Dev. Clarence Van liibber. Mrs. Annie McCoy, anil Eugene »»<! Ellen Mtinuel, of Bradford, Ark., who have been visiting here, mve returned ol their homes. Mr. and Mrs. E. is. Walker, of Lijsom, .spent Sunday with Walter Ryan, Mr, and Mrs. George McBenn, of Dell, spent lust, week wllh 1'or- 'er SjnlUi. A. Mlnyard is iillendliig a liap- list association meeting in elppl. Mr. und Mrs, Henry Duncan nnd Mr, mid Mrs. Buddie Ediitrds vls- Ucd relntlvcs nt Monetw Bundny. Head Oointcr News Wanb Art». LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in (he Morning Rarln' to Go II you Tcil sour anil sunk nnj Hie wnrld loiJX* |>unk, *f«:i't HK-a!tow:t Jot of ealts inln. "» waliT.ulUaiuUvc'candy ortlKA-IiiJcum :nti ijuoyjiitaiul lull ol Bungli'lai:. (i I'or limy can't do It. They only move l!,o io«da mill o mnru ilonea't ml a i Uir r.ime. The r<-ayou for your down-anil-*ut frriitiK li your Ilicr. II should uour Jut IKO pounii at liquid Ulo inlo your liowula dully II bllo U nol llowlriB ficcly, your loirl <luoMi t illscsl. It fust arrays In Ihe bouifr. (•as liloata u|> your itoniacli. Vo<l have a I irk, bad tn»to anil your brralli Ij [,m|, BKm olltn litoalts out in |jli?iii[ili(«. Vour lipud arliMainl you [i^l down anil out. Your wholo It takes llioet' cnoil, oil] CJAKTEll'l I.ITTI.B MVfc'lt I'JW.S to set ibctc (wo jiwindi ol bllo lli.wlnu Irecly nnj mike you led u|i nnd up. Tiny contain wonderful, '"«, ccnllo viijclalilo cilract*. ;jnjlUjjtSDAY, SUJPTEMBEIi 27, 193-.'j IT , raci, amtEni when it coinM to rnskini; tho bila How Irtcjy lluldon'UiUor!lvcr|illls.A a 1<(c, / C»rk.,- a Mule IJvcr 1'ills. 1.00k lor llic nanie CarUr'i ' ' l »' 1 " 1 ' "«•*"' » O1031C.M.CO 1' .i^ 7 '' "" ie •uuiUtule.ZGcatdrusilo The New York Store Presents on Exclusive Showing of CARDAIS SWAGGER SUITS and COATS iho COATS if \uu iipiirocinlo (iit> ricli luriiuiy of goiiiiini', lu«(votis fuiN . . If you Ciiii lull uxijnisiiu Uiikirinjr jlncl iinow coiled slylhiB when ..vtm .sco it— you will feel us- Miicd of. flic superior v;ilne .'iviiilnblc-in lliesc Cm-etuis Coats . . . 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Diarrhea Cordial 19c $1 Iron-Quinine-Strychnlne 89c $1 Beef - Wine and Iron 83c Drakes Glessco Cough 44c 35c Vicks Salve 50c Vicks Nose Drops 39c Perfection Cleansing Cream 39c New Ambrosia Offer Luxor Powder - Perfume Free 50c Leon Navar Bath Salts $1.50 Leon Navar Manicure St$l Stillman Freck Explains fully Ihe innr- vclo " s Willard Trealmtnl which has brought amazing rclier to thousands. wi " Brd '» is dcsiencil for rcl! efof Stomach or dmat Ulcers, Cos"'"' 1 "* P 00 * Digestion, Souror Upset Stomach, Acid Dyspepsia, Bloating, - Heartburn,Constipation,Raj Breath, Sleeplessness, Poor Appetite, Headaches, due to Excess Acid. Ask about Willord's 15-Day Trial Offer and Money-Back Agreement. 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Gent 2 (or 15c Model 2 for 15c Whale ,.. 37c Cotton Bag 37c All 5c tobaccos .'.... 6 for 25c AH 10c 3 for 25c All 15c 2 for 25c Pipes 25c to $3,50 Tobacco Pouches Lighters AH Smoker Needs AIRMAID HOSIERY $1.00 $1.35 $1.65 c r l?c West Tooth Brush - Badiolree Probak Blades, 25 for . "IJic Phillips Milk Magnesia 39c ••••unv Prescriptions Flash Lights 59c Up INSULIN (.UAUANTEKI) l,0\VKS'l' !'KICKS Parker Pens $1,25 to $7 Parkers Quink Ink •15c Sheaffer Skript Ink KIRBY'S Main ul Broadway Main at Second '''lie mosl.ini|)orliin( purl of IHII business is lh« filling of prescriptions.'' Only college gnuhjaie, V Kcgislered I'liiifiiiacisfs iii'e allowed ID (ill n ,. c . scriptiuns. Our hu.viiiK jiowcr as- suri'.s .von (he Ijcsl price. Combined slocks of our stores iisHiuc yiiii ihe larsfesl and (he'rreshosl drugs because our outlet is so large. Try Us! •

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