The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1930 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1930
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THURSDAY, JULY 17, 15130 BLYTHEVILLE. <ARK.) COURIER-NEWS REPORT 12 il! Falal y*cplrsion Sr'-i:v' in . Recent Weeks in San, Francisco Water Project. SAN FKANCISCO, July 17 iUI'> i - Twelve miners are icporled kill- ; rd loday in Mite-hell tunnel, 40 miics from here, as the second sub- tenanenn blast in 30 days roi-Vtfd the pvopcity ol.lhe municipal water .yslem. The explosion is believed to have been causzrt by the chance ignit'/vi of accumulated gai and occurred u'. a dvplh oi' 300 fru as men were working near the ccnirr of the mile IOIIK tunnel. The blast occurred ivilhoul warning a few minutes alter the early inorniiiK shlll had gone to wort. It Is believed to be indentical with the f-xplrslon which killed seven miners last month in (he Alamcdn Innnel, a few miles av:ay. Rescue ultempls \vere abandoned utter workers had removed the bodies of two men, John McNichols and J. C. Maybin, until ventilation it reilored and hope, that thi: remaining miners would be found alive was, virtually abandoned. Ten other miners were at work neiir the west entrance and heard t he mutiled blast. They ran out doors to safety ahead of the onrushing gas. Essex, Iowa, Citizens' Wealth Averages $1,000 ESSEX, la., (UP) — Citizens o! Kstex—small tovc with a. population of less than 1.000 in the 1930 census—have average wealth outsido cT real estate and personal property of $1,000, the town assessor's annual report, shows. Es,sex has a population or fXi3 and 1U 'nssesEOr reported holding:: of monies and credits— taxed under Iowa laws at. 6 mills _on the dollar —of $911.2GC. The average for the state is $200. In addition to Iheir stocki and bonds citizens of the town own (heir waterworks, have principal streets paved, and secure eleotric light from a high powered line. He May Be Next Chief of Staff ."."/.'.-i Ciiitiiinalt Any "tli'dl bnsiiie: n' 1 would rea enjoy dictating letters to dissatisfied customers it Jiis tie- im?r;i|>her followed MIL- e.Miiniilo of Mar, llolle Smltlt of Cln- tJmuiil, am! donned u battling stilt when ;.':o mercury flirted Kioiuul Hie 100-de- rti'iu marlt. Her in?:. William Da n-!.;?>•. Is shown catcli- '•''•-. up with 'a lot of cunes|)0intcncc and Mary 11 e 11 e, o£ course, Is trying (p 3:cc-;f hur notes In 1-l.iilH'. And v.'lio «iy:: It isn't u good I<!c:> during hot vcatlici 1 .'. PACK Aimoe's Son Now Evangelist llecaiisc lie Has Just been transferred from the Hawaiian department to command the first corps in Boston, Maj.-Cien. Fox Connor, al.ove, la said In army circles to bt in line to succeed >!a).-Cen. Cjiarles Y. Summerall as chief of Blaff. General Connor, flret to re- reive a wound chevron In Hi* World Win-, liolds medals ol Ji'cnor from this country, Frame, England, Italy and Belgium. He is t native o£ Mississippi. Stalin Thanks Americans for Industrial Help Goldsborough, Youthful Crash Victim, Is Dead BENN1NOTON. Vt., July 17 (UP) -The b-dy of Prnk Goldsborough. outstanding young aviator and victim of a flight mishap in many ways to the one which resulted In the death of ids father two years ago, was taken to New York today. Frank died yesterday at the hospital en his. twentieth glrthday, from a skull fracture sustained when his airplane crashed in a tog hidden mountain forrest beyond here Monday. STALINGRAD. U.S.S.R., IUP>— In conection with the recent opening of the world's largest tractor- lactory here, Joseph RtaMn, Com- muniit leader, sent a message of thanks to American engineers and Liner specialists wlio supervised the 'j'cb. . , Responding, the Americans here wtrni^ to Isfulln: "The American engineers and workers are- proud that they participated In the gisau- lic work of industrializing Ihe Soviet Union. They promise to continue to give their maximum efforts, energy and experience 'for Hie further success of Soviet industry." WASHINGTON. July 17. lUI') — Blame for (he collision between steamship Fairfax and the oil tanker Plnthis June 10 olf the coasl of Selluale, Mass., In which 1!) live-: were lost, has been laid on Cap tain Archie H. Brooks, master o' the Fairfax. EVIDKNCK BLOWS IIP \\TNSTED. Conn., lUP) — "Th evidence—ah—1 regret, Your Hon or. the evidence has blown up raid tjie court olllcer when Lizzl Sccca WHS called before Judge U. Ilamblin on a liquor cha Stoppers in jugs holding" a tniantlt of Hi; alleged prcxluce of Lizzie ttlll blev. up before the case cam Traction Company Sued By Irate Property Owner KNOXVIU.E" Twin., itw Charging n strip of land she leased to Hie Knoxvllle Power and Light Company wns for eleclilc-cars that iun on tracks and not for electric bilbos with trolleys. Mrs. Mary fi. l-'ard has filed suit, .for injunction ami liiiimiKrK against the corjwra- timi. HIT romplnlnl'i include charges tl'i- rcmuany Ims erected a "forest of polos" ami « mass of guy *lre. In Iront of Jirr property, covered IIIT wali'r iilpr.s with I'oiicrete. es: l-jlillshr(l A station In her from y«id .so tli.n pa-:.sengeis use her i fmill porch as 11 wnllljie room. 1 HO.AI) HINT II!-:: [>i):n you ihinj; that iravel ljl(.iilll-il', tin- inindV S1IK: Yi-.; you slioukl try n Ul| Uiciiml ihr world.--Answeis. CURB CANNJBAT.1RM HARTFORD, Conn. lUP)-Can- ilballsm among young lobsters U wing discouraged by the Connw- tlcut hatcr-ny >t Noank, vhlch hw . devUed a p«r}oT»ted tube in which young lobsters mey be segregated. The lobster crop Is cut p.ver/ year Uy the cannibalistic habits of young crustaceans. New Achievement '••" In Face Powder 'Ihe skin'of youth lies In every' box of new wonderful MELLO- OIX) Face Powder. TCne purest- powder made—Its color is pawed by the U. S. government. No pa;tl- ' ness, llaklness or irritation. A new French process makes il spread more sinooilily and prevents large lorr.s. NCI more shiny nose:—U slays',. in longer. Use ME1.LO-GLO Kirbv frns Cu. Adv.-11 Coached by his widely publicized evangelist molhcr, Halpli 7-year-o!d son of Alinie Hemple Mcl'licnon. Is shown here rehciirsln,; or his debut in the pulpit before starling on his first spiMklnu tout vliich sUll curry him tliroughout Ihe middle we.'t. His slslcr, It'ibiTlu Scrnple. IB. abo Is un evatigclist speaker. court niul Ihe evidence seeped uay tlirougli the courlhoiise Hoar. IT SUHK IX)ES SHE: Someone said that makes the world go 'round. HE: Well, il certainly makes wnu people dlw.y—Passing Show. ONK DOLLAR HOWS' ST. PETER: And here's ldfn liarp. NRWI.Y ARRIVED AMERICAN: How much Is the first payment'/ -Peie Mele. Paris. love your PERHAI'3 "Darling. 1 w n a medal at the cook<ry school." ••Woiiderlu). Hut tell me, whul Ls this I am eating? 1 ' "Uuess." "Your medal."—Tit-Ells, NOT A FLY ESCAPES this liquid because " It Penetrates" I-AIHJH THIS OKITOM: What would yui .say if 1 risked you lo marry me? Nothing. 1 can't talk and laugh at tlie sump time. -An-1 Blnck Flag hns amazing penett&ting ; power. That's why it's the deadliest insect-killer made; Penetrates liny breathing tubes of flies, mosquitoes, moths, roaches, ants, bedbugs, fleas. Kills them quicker. Yet always costs less limn other well-known brands. 1IECTOH: I've pill your shirt on Ihe clothes horse. HORACE: \Mhnl odds did get?—Answers. you XODKtlN MKTI1OD TEACHEIt: Now, in KeltillR the .„ ., . „ . meal, what Is the tlrst uiul mo>t Money 1 nek if not satisfied important, thing? ' o UJO. B. F.Co. CLASS (In chorus): 1'liul Hie can-opener.—Answers. SMITH: D» yon loll your wll evei iig? JONES: It Isn't nwcisnry. Slic knows everything I—Answers. BLACK FLAG Kills quicker—Always costs leas Read Courier News want ad 1 ; LAWYER: Well—er—If you want my hor.esi opinion. CLIENT: No. no^l wsnl your liiofcssl-nul advice. — New Goblin. Montreal. 666 Rfllcvts a llf.idarfie ot Nwralffla in 30 minntes, checks a Cold thi Hrst day, and checks Malaria )i three dnys. fifiC also in Tablets LIKE OLD SELF So Says Grateful Lady Who Found First Relief In New ;md Different Medicine MRS. LAURIE BARHAM What could be wiser than to follow in the footsteps of those who, to their everlasting joy. put Kon- Jola to the test ftiid found it the very medicine they needed. Consider, as a typical example of Kon- Jola at work, th? experience of Mrs Laurie Barhnm, 4973 Odell avenue St. Louis, who says: "For the past three years I endured a nervous disorder and was in a sadly run down condition. : tried everything that I though would help me but found no relief from anything I tried but before I had used two bottles o Konjola I could see It was help ing me. I have used Kcnjola HOW for two nrnlhs. and will say lha 1 have had wonderful results fron it. I have gained in weight, an Konjola made me look like my old wlf again. I can not say enougl good things about Konjola." So it goes; victory after victory when Konjola is given a chanc to show again why seven millions of bottles of this medicine wen used in two years. Konjola U sold In Blytheville Ark., at Kirby Drug Stores, an, by all the best druggists In al towns throughout this entire sec DRESS SALE Every Dress in Our Entire Stock Goes in This Sale You known our -policy of "not carrying over ;my merchandise," hence this Kr«u.t sale of dresses. Prints—Solid Colors—Combinations Styles for Every Occasion 4 FEATURE GROUPS All our Better Dresses Priced up to $25 Now offered at In a statesman it's Vision SALE of SHOES Our entire slock of Indies Novelty Slippers offered at 2 low prices Pay Cash Fashion Pay Less in a cigarette it's Taste JL ORIiSIGHT—an essential of statesmanship and of good cigarette-making inn. KNOWING WHAT SMOKERS WANT—and giving it to them in fullest measure—that's the sound basis on which Chesterfield's popularity has been built. GOOD TOBACCOS, accurately blended — cigarettes of uniformly good quality and satisfying taste; no wonder that every day sees more and more smokers changing to this skilful blend of quality tobaccos ... for mildness anil for better taste, We sutc ic is our hor.tst belief thi! die tobaccos used in Chesterfield cigarettes are of finer quality inj hence, of better tisie thin in any other cigtrette at the price. .' LlCGtTT * MltEtj TOBACCO CO. " Chesterfield - 'at tTigv. ArilM*IT • t-JartaSMRi'.' .nui-jt

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