The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 4, 1994 Mrs. Lena Sue Barnett Dies ol Malarial Fever Mrs. Lcnu Hue Bilhicll. 34, of I'oilagcville,- Mo., died this- iiioriu i»S HI the lilylhcvlllc hospital niter a tv;o weeks Illiicss of pernicious malarial /ever.. She is survived by Mr husband; A. U. Uarnett; three daughters, Mrs. Lena Bai'tin, Linsue Burnett, and rtntilc Catherine Barncll; two soivs, J. W. mid Lemoln Barnette; her pai'tuls, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mc- Uulre, of Dai'diiTOlle, Ark. The reinai'iis will be sent to Dar- <laiicllc,;Ark., for burial, which" will bd inadej-at 3 9'clock \vhen the Rev. Jolin nigiwmnvkU officiate. L. G. Moss Is in charge ol arrangements. ni,YTllEVtU;E,- (AUK.) COUUIBll ;NEWS Once Glamorous Nome Laid Desolate by Fire c Officers Seek Negro for Killing at Dance Will Doughs, negro, is being sought by;officers ai the slayer ol Wells Kroner, negro, who v/ns fatally Injured when struck over the head with a pistol at a negro dawcc in tile Promised Land section Tues- rinj' iilght. • ' Uouglas cllsa|)|)cared niter the disturbance- broke uu the dance and has not. been apprehended. Broner • di-ji in the BIylhevilic hospital'several hours "after he "was injured.' Announces Subjects For Assembly of God Revival The Rev. Bert Wcbl), who Is conducting the revival campaign ut the Assembly; of God Church, will preach on the follovvinK subjects: Thursday Evening—"Seven Reasons Why Jesus May Return During 1934"; Friday Evening — "Hell Discovered 18 Miles From Hlytheville"; Sunday evening—"The End of the World—When Will It lie?" The liev. Mr. Webb promises 'Services This „ for Veteran Lumberman 'uiH'iui sc-ivices wore held ul li,.chapel this, afternoon for W. tthodcs, 10, vi'leran ImnWman, employe or the C|ilc» s o Mill re and a rc'sldciil of: Hlytheville H' more Hum oo yi'nrs. 'l'hi> Itcv. W. J. Ix-Hoy, p;istor of ir Lake stiwt MtMhodlst eliurch, iHcliiiod ut iht>. si-run's. Panbear- is Included Turn W, Jackson. Ivan i'iHlcy. lllli Simpson. Uoss lionv- !•«. Mitch Iiiisrain and fel R|«.. InlsniK'iU was niad,. nl BtimvnoJ •mctd-y lu'iv. Tin. cobb Umlcr- klns comiwny wns l n . cliavgc - of U'l-nl lllTHKi-l'IIU'llts. iyiilioid Fever Falal to Mrs. M. T. Taylor . \ Mis. Mury horonii '1'nylui-, K, ivKi; 1 M. T. Tnylur. dli'.l in Hi,, fumiiy IIOIIH. nn the A. J. uwls fm-ni Iji ini- l.llllu Dlvor coininuulty Tii-s- y iillermion. Hn- dc;iili mls ,u- Shep, Collie, Decides He'll Become a Dry CLEVBhAND (UP) -Dt'CfilisP n KltuatloirbecuiHo-wct—1ir fact; ex; trcmcly wet—S)ie|>, a iiO-|)oini(J Collie registered to John I'opovtcli.Ms a frrvimt dry noiv. Shop strayed intu an overflow trench ut tile city sewage. works on the lakefront one iilalit He •Mayod there qiiloiiy until Hie next 'I'lll SIM'VICIVJ (VI'IV IH'U [It Id •' lii'v. Air. l-'ltmvrx «f Miuilln u f- - licmiliiB.. Inlmiu'iu «:is made nt i. "Hie G'ofoli Uiuldiiaklni; Ifompiuiy was [i, chart IA picture of utter desolation is Nome. Alaska, once, thriving ami colorful center of the/Yukon tush; now laid waste by a fire which took a -toll variously estimated fit from $1,000.000 to $'2,000,000. 'this picture shows all that is left of the once prosperous town. Nearly the cmire business section Is 1:0110. only the government wireless stiition, a liotcl, it hospital, a warehouse and scattered homes remain, winter.closing In, the few remaining Inhabitants arc.threatened with luck, of food and shelter. nftcrnoon, «h«n wal«i bcRan gush- hip through the trench. Shop's net- ulanl yowls of profit iilliautaci flslicimcn. who c.illcd Ajibwl pro- locllio Lcnsuc woikors 'I1i«y il[t. fd siicp Into wnrin bluuk«t.i. Burled In Wcilrtlus Suit ijE SPRINCiS, Mo. tUi>) -, ft Hey Johnson: wns. burled in tlib dark suit, white sh'lrl, collar uwl tic in which tic wus Mmhljjd W years ago. , .lie wore in eclollii's only Uyec times,- al his v-crttjlri,. ul lil)> SOtli Meddlpg anniveridi/ and at his funerii. MORSE & KIRSHNER ABSTRACTS V City i I'min' 'ftiftttiit. ' 8ptcl*l 'UHe Senlcc With Pope Succeeds Norwood I Child's Leg Broken as Attorney General When Hit by Automobile! 1 " ^ • Iv UTJ1,E ROCK, Ark. — Hul L. Norwood, appointed Monday ns federal housing administrator for Arkansas, submitted his resignation as attorney general to Oor- jecfs and beliefs. not merely theological Scriptural^ discussions ^of these sub- Urrior Fiitrcll yesterday and Special Assistant Attorney General Walter. L. Pope, was appointed his successor, to serve until January 1. , ., Mr. Norwood assumed, his new duties this morning. He received the appointment from Donald Rlclibcrg, NEC general director. -While Mr. Norwood dirt not mail his letter'of' resignation to Governor Futrell until lale yesterday, he informed Governor Fiilrell of his decision- by telephone, and Governor Futrell ' immediately announced the appointment of Mr. Pope. The change will lake effect as of _ yesterday, the governor said, although Mr. Pope did not receive his commission until today. Mrs. Webb will have a children's choir Friday evening at 6:30 p. m. Each child will receive a prize and also one for each child that he brings with him. They will be taught songs and choruses. The public is invited to attend Ihese services. Addresses Pupils W.""D."McCliirkln. superintendent of^the city public schools, addressed '•'students of the Sudbury elementary school Wednesday. • His subject was "The Manufacture of Soaps." Billy Tauscli, jr., age four, IKI.S in the Blytlicville hospital today with n broken leg'received when le was struck by a car in front of :hc liomc of his grandmother, Mrs, T. R. Watson. The accident occurred late yesterday. 'Hie driver of the car is "understood to have uecn u Mrs. Hamilton. ! PLEASANT HOPE,':MO. <OP)' — | When Jnmcs Wiley Walker-died I'-cre, be clitlme<l the distinction of being the only num. to serve on both sides during the Civil War. Walker explained that he was dratted' lor service with the South while living In Georgia, but Hint he escaped nnil switched over to Northern .forces. Harvest Supper Friday The women of tile Land church hold Promised harvest simper Friday evening at the school. Tickets arc being sold tor 35 cents for the supper, which lias been an annual affair for several years. For n short-.period-during Hie 4 hours "of the equinoxes, the sun does not shine on any part of the territory or possessions of the! United States. ' IN. THE CHANCERY-UOORT FOli THE CHfCKASAVVUA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. E. II. Conner, plaintiff vs. ' Lina P. Conner, Defendant. WARNING ORDER ... j The Defendant, Una P. Conner, is warned to appear in the Chancery court within ihe next thirty days ami answer complaint of the PJaiiitifT, E. H. Cornier. Witness. my hand as Chancery Clerk, this the' 2(ith day of September, 1931. H. L. GAINES Chancery clerk. Elliott Siu'tnln, D. C. | ( The deceased |s survived by her iife>l>:wil, eight sons, urn; .Jivnghlcr, t'von brothers iiiiil t\vo .sisters. "roil^Coiirler Nt>ws witni'. Ad.i WKHOUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win [Jack Peji . . . Vigor . . . ViUlity Molinil nntliflrilif* awrrr i);Al your kid!!*•>•* cuiitnfn 1A MM.tLS of tiny I'uWa or fillers wliiclt hvlp to (nirUy Uie blooJ nnil K ion hiivc^ tiuiiMti with loo frcfiuont ~;tuUvr liAa?B|;c» with frimty iimminl cnns- inc burnlni: nml illsrottifoH, (tie ir» MU.ICH t>[ kiijm-y lul^a ntctl VMliiriff uut. TMs «1nti. KLT f lnmil inny. bw ttnj bt'iiiiioiii? vf iiHK$nK KflU:ur i'i[i n »1ffhl>,' Itinilinun, Kwollvii fctt nncl unklcfl, i rWmnnMc i-adu nmi tdzxiucss ltki<Incvs tlon't t '/in>L)' H I'int* uvcry ilny unJ KeL riil of 4 iionmls of v.'asiu Dinttcr, }'our body will lake u]> ihi'M- l>o:Mjna canslnt: serious troiiMo, !t mtly knock you out ixiul \ay you up for (nanj- »K>;tttK. Ooh'l \vnlt. Ask your.ilruKKisl for DOAN'S I'lLI.S . . iv dolor's urcacrip^on . . . wMclr has \j«-ti iisrd successfully (jy mlillons of kTtlncy auf- fei_ers for over 40 years. They site i| ' " relief nn<l will help lo wash out Hit MILES of*. ) Hut uon't take chances wilti Btronsr tlru&s or 5o-cait«l "filtlncr cures' 1 thnl clnim to fix you up in 1& mimics, for they niny ecttously injiirc nna Irritate (kllcAle lissura; Ifislsi *in (>0.\N"S PIIjI.S . . . Ihc olit rtlhLtc ro Ijef that eonUiln no "do'iic" or liMill-fnrmlhft ttrufta, !c sure you RC| DOWN'S .TlUA at your *lruusi*UO 1934, Foslcr-MHburn C< Luckies use the finest tobaccos—only clean center leaves -these are the mi leaves— they, cost more - they taste better. ,- . *Vt*r.t "Itis- toasted" HUBBARD'S FURNITURE SPECIALS LET US FIX UP YOUR KITCHEN We have just received a car of the famous Florence Oil Stoves iind can save you money as we; can buy cheaper by the car. Oil Range I'lorericc'a in'Sil 5 Ijuriici', litiiH-iii • ixiri'i'litiii lined tn'i'ii Oil Range Horerice's li^ht \vcii;hl : , fi Inn HIM-, ., . Iwilt-ln (tveii , $37.50 Black Diamond Range,""« $23.95 Kitchen Caibnt imirboli'Mid srecir ami ivory A special as long as (hey l»st CONGOLEUM RUGS Gold Seal 9x12 - - - $L95 - - -$5.95 Cresecnt, 9x12 Campbells, 9x12 - $4.95 Bed Room Suite $29.75 Two Piece Overstuffed Cane Chairs $29.75 90c Cane Rockers Number 7 Cook Stove $6.95 Number 8 Cook Stove HEATERS -- Circulator Heaters are cheaper than ever before. They come in three sizes. Large Size, Moore's $69.75 Medium Size, Moore's 1.75 Small Size, Moore's We also have complete stock of the fleatroia Laimdry Stoves Oai 22-Inch. Wood Heater Blytheville, Ark*

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