The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 12, 1930
Page 8
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PAfiK RIGHT I! .!- Yr ''l'''- fA1 We have the complete line oE Tl Moore's Cabinet i Heaters Come in ami let us show you the latest models and improvements. Oin- stove sltK'k is most complete, consisting of 5 oar lands of. Heaters, Cook Stoves and Ranges CAST RANGE .t^ $25.95 CABINET HEATER^ 1 :! $24.95 OAR HEATER Enterprise Oak Heater $8.95 LAUNDRY HEATER All cast Iron $4,95 NO, 7 COOK STOVES $7.95 NO, 8 COOK STOVES $12,50 WOOD HEATER COAL HEATER All Cast <PO Qfr Coal Heater <J)0,«7J Furniture Specials MATTRESSES Cnlt °0ur Banner CANE CHAIRS Our Host Luxofa Society—Personal IRON BEDS Si " s 2 J;,:g te $3.95 BLANKETS Large Si/e Double Blankets i'r:ni>i,!:fts OONK I'Ut'nLO, Colo. (UP)—Tl-.p old liim^ iv.ddlc.-r lias almost vnnWiec! fiom Hie streets of 1'iicbli). l-Vts (or peddlers' llccnws were only here In one month. M:. Mrs. .!. E. Walters of NY» oiJ'ar.s, la., .ire the quests of I>r. .i!:'l Mrs. Mack licdgers. Mi>< Kate 1 Hcxli!('r,s returned Wioiicciay (rmn Kipley, Tciin., \vlii':c *\'.f has hc'pn visitinij her aunt. Miv Siic Hi-M. Mis. V,'.i!:cr Di'iilnu the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Co.v.werl It: lily- il-.eville T!iin>day. Miss Ili'lcn Ifo'.vlon ei)U>rlahied a iiiiuibrr o'. tier friend 1 , .it her honif \viili a watermelon feasl Friday C'VC-IIIKIJ. Mr.'., ^liiin'.aii and children o! ' New Vi):fc arrived in Ijixora Sat- ' urd.iv )'.: an extended visit will- \ lur I'lin-jiis, Mr. and Mrs. Klliolt WiHi.nn. 1 .. Tin- Iti-v. Mr. Edwards of Iloxlc filled tin* pulpit (if the llaptlst I'huich Kiniclay iiinrnliiz and evening. Mrs. Pave Richards has as her euesl hrr .tlster, Mrs. D. M. Nich- ! ohon a( Corpus Clirlsti. Tex Mi.v Fiecl CMclran of Stuttgart ! Alk.. M.IS the of Mr. And i Mrs. Jotm Corkran Wednesday. Mrs. Hay Graham and children Mcredkh and Olivia and Mrs. Alvin Wniulirlii'h nnd children Al- vln Jr.. iii«l lle'.tye Jean sprnt Friday of irii' week In Memphis. Mi.v; and Jean Shoaf and diaries Shoaf returned Sat- irday fffM'i Cltnlon, Iowa, when Jiey visited relatives for thvcr- iionths. Mlsjrs Cliarlie and Evelyn Scot' hopiKMl in Memphis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires were vis- tors ill Memphis last, week. Mr. and Mrs. William Wmutor- Ich of Blyihevllle sent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Cooke. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. W. Tlnvent vere visitors In Osccola Saturday. Mrs. Dave Richards and chil- •011, Maryciret, Mildred and June visited in Osceob Thursday ant' I-Yidav of last week. Miss Jane Ilollleler of niythevlllr was the guest of her grandmother. Mrs. Den Davis, Sunday. Mrs. OilKon nnd son of Mem phis were the guests of Mr. and virs. S. J. Smith Sunday and Monday. Mr. ami Mrs. C. B. Wood accom- nanled (l:eir daughter to Fulton Mo., Sunday, where she will cntei her second year at William Woo< college. T. J. Burke nnd Waller Denloi motored lo Fulton. Ky., Sunday They wei'C accompanied home Mrs. linrke, who had lieen visiting relatives there for the iiast. week. Mrs. D. O. Wilkins and chil clren. B. O. and Ann Clair, re turned Saturday after siwudiir several days visiting relatives ani 'riends in Jonesboro, Moneltc an. Bono. Ark. Mr. mid Mrs. Lumnkin of Ca luthersvllle. Mo., spent Sunda with Mr. (me! Mrs. John Martin. Mrs. Ruby Owen and childrei visited relatives in DycrsburR thi week. FINALLY (SOT MAIJ COLORADO SPKINGS. <UP>- Witllam Brnslln, n baruc^r, is slo' lo nnger, but this experience mad him see red. As he was crossin a st-rcct on his \vny home, au nnto mobile knocked him down. Som words passed nnd lt:e molorls drove on. At the next corner. Ill same car hit him again. At tl ST.v PAUL, Minn. IUP)— 1'osler men currying large placards ailver- tlsiiiij i he 1U30 Minnesota slaie fair after a trip Into Wisconsin back a colored ixister Ihey had taken from the side of a blackMiii'.h shop advertising a Minnesota fair 45 veins ac;o. The loinid in Sharon, Wis. The main Ir.illcilni; pictured Is the prrsent n«rk-niUiral building. The lair in laBS ullcrcd S25.000 Jn prizes as compared with SlM,404.'2. r i shls jear. RITZ THEATER Mondav and Tuesday 1 0 TIMES as funny as "THE COCOANUTS" KITCHEN CABINETS .^h. $19.95 Hubbard Furniture Co. Blythevttle, Ark. "We Must Unload" Bargains For Saturday Only 10 Ibs. 39c COFFEE RITZ THEATRE Friday and Saturday Charles Bickford, Nile Astlur, Kaqucl Torres, George F. Marion A ftVESI.EV KU<;GU:S I'rnduclion With purchase of SI.00 or more of other Groceries, II) I'ound Limit Senset Gold, Maxwell House or Canova, 3 Pound Limit, 1 Pound Can 36c BANANAS Golden Ripe, Extra Fancy, Large Jumbos Ib. 5c PEACHES Canova or Roseclalu . No. 2'/2 Can 19c PINEAPPLE ~[' 25c Strictly Fresh, Loose Dozen 29c Soiitul Fables Beauty Shop. <»t* and Musicfi' Miilinee lOc and 30c Night lOc and 35c , HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday HOMINY No. 2\'i Can Standard Quality, M Cans 25c 5 Sirin Real l;;ll - lm - 35c SOAPp&c 106ars31c LEMONS '',, Ooz. 25c Cilifornia Medium Size Full of Juice Doz, 35c J TOMATOES s T!F' y 25c MAPLE SYRUPY 23c ' Vllh '-'"'R T "l> s . l'<ir B e Hunch PORK & BEANS C rs25c JELLO 3 For 23c CELERY S Staik lOc Bathe your blurs in \ buffoonery; Sliorp-bcnt | and surc-bvt fo r laughs • THE BROTHERS AninaJ ( , Crackers Startling, pinf, p love romance of a rookie and his Kirl- Vou'll Ihrill lo ft. In Our Market Bargains - EXTRA - Bargains Sliced, Suje-Nuf Black Hawk Pound 29c MIX SAUSAGE Ib. lOc PORK CHOPS =.» 28t SALT MEAT D. S. Plates Streaked Ib. 12c TEAKS Extra Fancy K C Short Rib Beef Pound 25c -'<Mi, k v w Jad SPECIAL .HOX No 7 School Children Mrttjncv 3;.ir, Matinee and Night lOr-'oc : Admission Gvadc-s 1 to 7--10c ---- -----------| 7 and over— 25c Coming to Ritz Theater Soon , , r ,. o nn i • Lnn cllane ."'s First and Last Regular Matinee 2:00 ndniis- Talking Picture— "The Un- 'sion lOc and 30c ) u ,i y Tlu-e." Night p:46 and 8M5 admis- Comin K -"Siiis sion l«ic anil -\w - '' BRISKET ROAST ' Pound 12'c BEEF ROAST Choice Thick Rib Pound 17c -0-LEAN Side Meat, Ib.

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