The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1936 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 19, 1936
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Retired Jotkey Assert*' , : .$tals Affect Morses .., O. -tup)—A "Jockey ,;-=.''° r .'he l?W's;vvJio!h«s turned : IP aslrolojv »{ a livelihood, »ban- aoned a telescope in a • downtown studio here'recently,'to explain his turf successes,' . .,'•.".'. The fonner ?tar rider'and Intef a successful trainer, Robert Smith, s now 70 and makes a HVIjig fashioning noroscopes,'but he-still 1ms a keen admiration for race horses Smith's-theory Is the stars leave marks on..the faces of horses and humans, alike, and/he asserts It was lite: ability to "'.'rhese that enabled hltn to Understand thorough- orecls an^ 8ft the most oyt of them'. He sale! he fount) perfecf mark- wgs meant air even 'temper, great siamlna and a racing heart. Irregular marks were! a sign pi meai>- ness and bad temper. : Bad marks revealed'little racing ability. Smith gained tils first fame as a jockey when employed by Marcus Daly, owner of Bathampton, one of the great runners of the day. After lie turned to training horses, Smith helped n number o'. younger riders, including Tod Sloan,' to a high 'rank. • The veteran turfman, who rode and trained more than 3,000 winners, names Tinbrook and Longfellow as the grealest running horses of the past half-century. '<JL nE J,, T'T' a ,"' Cr ° I> har - SEMITE NATIONAL I'ARK SL * • f ,'" a dclnon " (up >- par l<' racers say birds nc station Saturday and Monday at longer seek worms TiiL wait till the Roblnon /arm, a mile north of motorlste arrive, then sweeti dows Armorol. Jack: F . Robinson , an and pluck the Lot roasted bugl (Qonllnued Frbrri Page 1) coined, but in general the prospect for .this ye£Ts excellent' Development 'of the Buffalo Creek'-Milllgan Ridge.urea; of the former Lowden property; of pye'ss Colony,'and of large tracts"\intjl recently in woods In the vicinity of Victoria, Kelser ah^ elsewhere in (.he coimty, is making the decade 1930 to )D4o the'greatest-In the county's history In point of agricultural expansion. In . the fiye-ye'ar . period : of 1930 to 1935, according to (he 1935 , farm ceh- 4»s, the farm acreage in Mississippi county was .increased by 83,490 acres. If the present rate of development continues practically the entire area of the county will be in farms before 1940. For the 1935 census showed 418,524 acres In farms out of a totfll of 464,420 acres protected by levees. Will Demonstrate One-Man Harvester for All Crops iiounced .t<xlay. Tlie new harvester, a product 01 Ihe Allh-chalmers Co., is cap able of thrashing 32 dlfferen crops, Including ••wheat, oats,: soy beans and numerous other crops being especially adaptable to the thrashing of soybeans, which are being more widely planted hi this section yearly, Mr.- Robinson says The harvester is a much small er machine than the old type }> a r- vester, which required the service of a number of men and was sent from farm to farm to tlirasl crops. . • Iron Bar Falls, Rips Shirt But Misses Worker u BONNEVILLE. Ore. (UP) —The . "Crowbar Case," famous, in me'dl cal history, nearly had another one to rival It here in what is probablj the outstanding freak accident on the Bdnneville Dam. •A concrete worker was standing on a heavy timber at the base ol on e of the piers In the main spillway dam. Above him & c rew was stripping forms from the pier top 6 feet from the ground. One o the strippers accidentally dropped his crowbar, a five-foot, straight • pointed bar: ; ; It dropped I'jkcXh arrow, .plercec the brim -nf fhe onnfrdto ,..rtrU«^'. ow, .perce "•the brin.i ^f . the Concrete worker's ot'down 1 , between hls'heav) ' flat, shot uu^ 11 • uL'tween ms neavj coat and 'his underwear, and literally pinned liirii to "the timber when It came out the seat of his trousers • and stuck, in the wood The point: of the bar was buried rnore_ than three' inches' in'the heavy timber, !yet it had neVer touched the man's skin. He 'was treated at the emergency hospital for shock. Property Transfers 'Warranty'Deeds Royd Mizzell to Tom A. Little, jot 3, block 5, Davis second addition, to Blytheville, . >' Cynthia Ogle to Raymond Lnns- mg, lot-85, original survey of BK-- thevllle, lots 3,8, 6, ,7 block 1;.lots '«, B, block 4; lqts,4, 9, block 5;. lot 5 .block 6,-lot, block 7; lots 6, 7, block 8; lot 1, block 9, all in Suh- nyslde addition; lot 4, block 5; lots 5, 9, block II; lot 5;.'block 15- all In Edwin Robinson addition- lot 10 block.5; lot 5, block 6; .all in'Alli- son addition, lots 2, 3, block-4, Hoi"peter and shonyo addition, 'southwest corner of southeast quarter.of southeast quarter, section 9, tow'n- .M<ip 15, range 11, 50-100 acres irregular lols, all In Blytheville. Indians 'of pre-cdlumbus days used Ipecac as .a medicine, and Europeans derived their knowl- ~"ge of- the 'drug' from them. :" No ."Free Premiumi 1 but ; BETTER TEA for the Money from finer; more dptnsiive te«j than "free prernium" brands. Money b ** if it isn't the best you've ever from radiators. BtVtHEVJLLfc. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Finds • Sabbath His, Busy Day T,' Kan. (UP)— Alrtio'ugii William ' Tlct, ' coimty attorney, 'Is busy' six working days a vfeekj he finds plfnfy (o do on Sunday. He sln'Js tfHK Uj*' presbytMiaii Sim- day .ichpo! choir, tlwn hurries to Oif Methodist cYmfeh as substitute Sunday sc'ool t*aclier and by 10:30 niansges to arrive »t Ills own Sunday school 'class, At noon he drives Mrs. TJc* if) U)id)!w«, Kan., wharf she slnja,- 'fouiier News uiossined Ads, Thii Miktt Lwtive Pleiunt to Take VIENNA, (UP)-DrllHng freckles om, in thp Enme rnnnncf as a den- 1st drills a toolh, Is tlic latest wauty trcaltneut described here... The treatment, it i s ^ild, removes Ine blemishes without leaving sears. , PAGE THREE EI.ECTniC &' ACETYLENT i WELDING AT BEST PRICKS I'lllOMPT BKRVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE 19 • i Imkll , '• «». .ill & iT , k 'f ."""" ""<"«" .">«• ,i v atl P - lllt(1 (h « l>o\ve B no icteiiUiL- <•«% ttiX.yovir Mllon !• wwdcrCiiUy r"i. "ll UlwoilfKTrr (lit „ islHng *»'«!« n •If 1 - 1 ''"" *^ 1 """ vo"»*«d J &«fffliM' ORbEHB TAKEN FOR . "BERNAT" YARN INSTTSUOTIONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper M^. A. o. Jiaiey: 1109 Chlekasawba • ' 193 . FLAVOR WON THE NATION'S WHISKY CAPITAL H UNDREDS ofwhiski«aremadein Ifluisville. So when folks in Louisville prefer Bottoms Up by ovenvhelm- 'ihg'numbfe'rs, tKere must be a reason! Here's why— It takes more time, more grain, and more, money, to make whisky like Bottoms Up the slow, old-fashioned, unforced way. But it produces whisky with a richer, heartier flavor: Try it, and seel Bottoms Up KENTUCKY STRAIGHT tOUtlON WHriKY A~ BROWN-FORMAN DiuUltr, Co., LomivJle K» THE CBEATUT HAKt IN WHISftY ' ' WITH THE LOWEST COOLEST Sl'OT IN TOWN1 Friday - Pal Night 1 Adulls Admlltcd tor 1'rlcc of All Children—lOc CARROLL •fjiwp. BRENT THE CASE IXTKACOTIliS Ul,!:llll- of (his |i:i|;c na Ine cf al aiir slorr. Sclccled .Shorts —Ailtuisstnn— Matinee—10. & . ?5c—>Vith Ic Tax N/eht—10 .'&' 3Sc—Witl, Ic Tax TUESDAY, JUNK 23— 150.00 HANK NIGHT! Does Your Water System Increase the Value of Your Home? 00 »1351 tvo>dk of wtua&te PRIZES KWM THE ICE CUBES 1st 1*111/10 A Ijrimd now, 1!)!!G Frigidnirc, •I cu. I'l. siv.o, soliiiig regularly nL $1BG.50. and 1'HIXK Onu lum-cliinidiso coi'tilicnlo K0«d I'oi' if'IO Ciisli wliuii applied on tho imrclinac «f ,'Uiy now l^-iyidnire electric njrrijscralor. ,')rd I'KIXI') Onu mcveliiuutisc cortilicalc t;ood fov 5:10 CiiHli when nppliud on the uiivcha-o ill' an/ now Kvigidiiiru 'Illi l'lM/,1'! Ono movcliuiKtisc c good lor $25 Cash wlion iipplicd on the inircluuK- of nny n<;\v l^rjgulitire electric votj'itrpriilor. filh • I'I{I/K One inerchnndise ccrtiliontc trood for $20 Ctisli \vhcn iipplicd on Llio innvhasu ol' any new I'Vigidairc cleilric ' Of course it does. Nobody has any use for a home these days that is not adequately equipped with running water ... and homes that are plentifully supplied by the superior facilities of the Blytheville Water Company with the purest of water are automatically increased in value. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer PhoneSO US S. Broadway HONORAUi.lO MKNT10N Noxl 100 conlestiints will receive n cci'tificaln jjood ,1'or .$10 Cash when applied on Hie purchase of a now Frig- idnivu electric rul'ritjei'iitor. Co. WM S. K. Cu. " ADDITIONAL AWARDS —will b c in n d c for neatness anil [!rom]>liiesK in .Ht'iidinj; onlrics. Nothing to Buy — No Stoty to Write Everyone Has An Equal Chance to CONTEST RULES I 1. Jiisl count all the k'c cubes you find in this |)K-liirr. Cnl out (he picture iiiul ninil or hrinjj i[ «-j(h your ;in.s\ccr ID the address MR "shown below. 2. Conlcst closes at midnight, \\ r c(lticsil«y, June 21. All cn- trioK posdnarked up to flieu will lie counted. ,'i. This Frigidhirc Contest is open to every one except em- ployes of this slorc ;ind Ihcir fainilics. •I. I'rizcs will he awarded on the liasis of correctness. neaftU'S.s and originality of entries suti- mifled. f>. [n case of tie, correctness, originality and neatness will decide. (i. The decision of I he judges will he accepted as final. No outvies will l )c returned. fT'IlE most ama/injf contest of its kind ever seen in this city. You may win outright a- hig, new 1MB Model l-'KICJIDAIIUi Electric llcfrigcralor or a liona iitle credit of $-10. ..$;«>.. .§25. ...§20.... or S!0 on (he ( of any new model you select. I'Vigidairc HefriKeralors are NATIONALLY KNOWN, NATIONALLY I'HKJKn. T(,e credit slips awarded wiuninij contestants will be considered fiamc as cash when applied on the purchase of any new Fr!(id:ilrc jou mny select. Hul nail a nilnule.. .if you're real good you may be lucky enough !o net yours for nothing. 1UGIIT NOW, takn a feiv inlniilrx lo Irs! (he keenness of your r.vcsislif. fount llic tulics und semi In your .answer. F-. li. Gee Sales Co., Inc., is offering these thrilling prizes in order to nuickly introduce Ihe new, 1936 Krigidaire Kleclric Refrigerators and lo acquaint every one with the many exclusive Frigidaire features. Frigidairc Klccd'ic Uefrigerators arc- priced as follows: 1.50 to E. B. 5lh and Main Sts. Address: Contest Deaprtment SALES CO., Inc. Hlylhevillc, Ark.

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