The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 17, 1936
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1936 Of STRANGERS And PEDDLERS At Your Door WARNS CHIEF OF POLICE RICE • To The Citizens intd Housewives of Blytheville: THIS IS A WARNING issued', for the protection of Blyllieville homes, and citizens from the HAZARDS of DEALING WITH ITINERANT PEDDLERS and STRANGERS. OWING .TO THE FACT Unit there hayc been many cases of High Pressure Sejliiig Schemes reported to the Police recently by the housewives and citizens the following warning is ,*-.«--^^ ~ f ~j*,^ifv* •* issued. STRANGERS SHOULD NOT BE ADMITTED to your homes UN TI L THElR CREDENTIALS HAVE BEEN CHECKED UP AND VERIFIED—and that '-y o u ARE' SURE' YOU KNOW the party at ydur door to be a LOC A L BLYTHEVILLE CITIZEN deserving your consideration.' DO NOT PAY CASH IN. ADVANCE to STRANGERS on orders. DO N O'T . C A S H CHECKS OR ISSUE A CHECK to a Stranger on an order, often times these checks have been "ALTERED" and later cashed by ^an innocent . party. IN CASE YOU ARE SUSPICIOUS — PHONE THE POLICE AT ONCE — PHONE NO. 566. DO NOT DELAY IN THIS — as it, will enable our police to overtake anyone making false representations at your home. KD RICE, Chief of Police. , j am or me V 77 Tha Modern Gold Uriel! Artist uses the same old method "SOMETHING FREE" to gain an audience. Can True To'Form—The Modem Gold Brick Artist Collects HIS CASH IN ADVANCE. : DISAPPOINTMENT! ' 't '.'o:< Just Hear Her Say "Oh! that is NOT . what He Sold Me!" •-' " ' YOU surely have liear^ tHejstor^ O f tH^Gold .Brick, . Artist ^r-'. sold his gold brides to trie city 'visitor ^rid^mSfia^c^^ bought them/ " ^ His methods were, crude-but similar to those of the Modem 'Gold Brick Artist.' BbTbbf thei slickers fool the public. ' 's Gold Brick AttlSt finds it. easier to^bnthc Housewife who is not as well posted on the tricks of the trade. Here you find him at the door offering the bottle of silver pol 1S h--FRER Oh yes! r Absolutely Free-with ONLY ONE Requirement-that he be allowed to CALL BACK and Demonstrate the Polish-and when he returns he brings with him his Gold Bncks-thc Chest of Silver, Watches, Flat Silver, etc. This STRANGER tells you all about the SAMPLES he is showing (what you receive on an order may be different) and with his Llever Manner and Glib Tongue he induces you to pay a CASH-IN-ADVANCE down-payment, which as a rule is the salesman's commission on your order J ~ YOU WOULD NOT THINK OF BUYING A DIAMOND FROM A COAL DEALER-^or From An Absolute Stranger. WHY? - Because you Lack Confidence in His Judgment! £Ez^S2!L«* - or M« y^'will appreciate his efforts ^ selcctlon - Tllcrc is »° l I°E R .. JEWEI ; E 5J lns h « stcick-rf «hfi, cHes'ts o'f silver/precious stories, efcTrigHt in bis store—for your room for disappointment—you secure the very article you desire—no sub- Besides You Receive The You Deserve! b and be w. nt a tn-f y ° U " re n0t tequire ' d to sena ic in to tlic FAC T°RY for an adjustment ut a timepiece for several days or weeks. iYour Jeweler will fix it for you today. .,, . ^.- n , 0 " Ordcr fr ° m V 0 ™ loc * 1 Jewelcr as a ^ for a friend is not the P attcrn 'desireH yotf can C - XpC . CtS r to 5tay in busincss in your cit V and an 7 cmt ^ eiten ' de ' d «> YOU, naturally will Artist may nev,r.seeypuaga fe and why sho^, Your Money Buys More When You Trade at the Store" COPYRIGHT—THE dxv I.OVALTV ASSOCIATION

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