The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 8, 1930
Page 7
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PAGE EIGHT Clear Lake No. 1 \ A revival meeting will begin her-' Sunday with Brother Jollier li?lp- tng the. pastor. Brotlicr Hughe*. Everyone Is Invited to Hie service; both clay and nlglit. Mr. ami Mrs. Mevcl Whliehi'iid live visiting Mr. Wliiteliead's par ents In Tennessee. Mr. <\nd Mrs. Will Bm-nham i.l Yarbro wore \!sl(ors In Hie Mimsr. Hancock home Sunday. Mr. anci Mrs. Walter l.mi--:oi.l were visitors nl New Uix'rlv Sin;- ituy afternoon. AliTO LIGHTS AI.AHM I ...-NTROSE, 'Colo.. (UP)--Piri-men answering ah alarm ul ill" j _BLy'rni!;vii,i,ic. (AUIU CXUMIKU homo nf Mnry Olive c'iiay round a ps^erby hail inlslnken Hie Usjiih lelt LniriiliiK on her niiloinolille Tor ll tl'.Mf. Fvittay and Saturday nor, CATCHRS "Fisii" •LONGMONT, Colo., (Ul>)—C. It. Ksynolds threw his dog Inlo the wnlcr to cool the animal off on u liw afternoon. Reynolds was somewhat surprised when the Uog emerged from the water w-ltli n ai-liifh rninbov.' tvont cliiiglni; to Its lull Get Your CALCIUM ARSENATE At Belote's vit!S willi <lr:i- The tax cMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution CnnuiatiiKl, 4-Lb I'siii 5f)i-, 8-Ui I'itil $1.05 HAMS .Mm i is Snpromv. 10 (u 12 found. Half or \Vlioli- 'ninid 28c Genuine Mutton Roast I'on n d 25c Mix Sausage Ib. lOc Open Day and Night HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Robert Armstrong in "Oh Yeah" (Iliis.-tl.or Morris, | U'allaiii I'.ocr.v Hoherl .Monl- ;jtonici'V, Lewis Stone, l.cihij illynnis, (Jcni'ffo l'\ iVlanon, .1. Disvi-ifd liy (iisovifi! Hill. Salt Meat R ^' Ib. 18c Baby beef roast lb.l?2C Fryers Full Dressed Ib. 34c Hams Picnic Rhankless I'oimcl 23c with _ : •/; . James Glcason and '/a/u Pills! ^ A Irninload o(' litugx, i^i^lcs , and thrills-im? |)nckcd in Iliis ! Sound FnliU-s, All tleliglill'nl comedy drama, , Fyblcs. Also^ Comedy-mid ,l:ulo HDX : Ailmissiiin Malinw flk-.'HIc Adiiussiiiii X'i^lil IOC-Mi: Admissfnli Alaliiu-c :ind Ni^'lil U'l'iniiu;—Noniiii Slioarfir i| 10c-2, r )e ' "'Divoivfi-." Let's All Vote For WALTER 0. BRASHER For State Treasurer Peaches I'ltncy Alhcvfiis Pound He Lettuce F.xirit I.arjrc Head 7k Coffee Sunny Brook Pound 31c Potatoes »=~ 3c Clean, Competent and a Winner 1. BECAUSE ho is tho only candidate vunninp; who niado the race four years ago, in which contest lie was a very close second--losing by the narrow margin of only (i,7Sl voles. 2. BECAUSE his indorsement for this office is the majority of -1.015 yotes over his nearest opponent (•!,343 to 328) which was given him by his old'home county of Yell in his race for State Treasurer four years .ago. This indorsement came from people who know his public and everyday life and whom he has served as County Clerk and Railroad Commissioner, and it came without his having to .canvass that county. SOAP Hit; 'I, U) l):u\s 33c PICKLES Qtiarls, Sour 25c Peanut Butter Kv:i porn led I'ajrc Hrand l> Small or :i Tall for 25c New Comh round Hn\ 22c 2-1 I'mind Sa t -k Cilt EdRo or Capco 85c Butter I'uro Croauipry Oolrlen Hod. I'oiinti 35c Nut-Ola Uncolored, Pound 17k Watermelons 2R I'otind ARcrai;e, Iced 25c Bargains For Saturday Only 60's Large Crisp ,._Amjgi- a, MGGLY 6 Pound Pail, Limit 99c Head 7Jc Pet or Carnation 3 Tall or 6 Small 25c nnibo, Stalk lOc olden Ripe, Ib. 6c CORN No. 2 Can Pride of Illinois, 3 Can Limit Per Can lie Fancy New Crop Ib. 5c Stringiess, No. 2 Can Blytheville Brand Per Can lOc Elbertas lOc MEAL, VHHBEBHBBKa MAY 1 1-lf}. Sack 55c CANTALOUPES lOc FLOUR, Krafts, Wrights or Gelfands 3 Ounces 9c, Half Pint 19c Pint 37c With Other Groceries, Limit 10 Pounds 49c Ho 2 Can Standard 3 Cans 25c WESSO^ JjSl^ Pints 25c Quarts 49c iS, Large size 25c WBHM^M PI :M or roll Pride Snifar Cured !>/, to "> l,b Average Each 89c Genuine Ib. 25c CHUCRROAST K c Black Hawk Pound 18e ROAST F i Ib, 14c MIX-PAN SAUSAGE Pound lOc Fancy Rib K. C. Beef Pound 25c

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