The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1930 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 16, 1930
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TUESDAY, SEPTflMRKH Ifi, 10SO .™.YJJJKyiUJ ; ;, (AUK.) COUK1RR Wilson Sociely—-Personal 'Rosh Hoshana Greetings | to Be Delivered Unsealed PAGE THRRP Mr, ami Mrs Earl Buckley ypstt'itliiy in Jonpsljorc imd Mrs. Pa: Arkansas Far Hellinc] Last j Memphis Friday on business. <?„_ • r, r • , ! 0 O. Williamson went lo Mrin- Reason in Deliveries 10 ;,,i, is Friday on business. Com in presses. Mi-, mid Mrs. P. •pent Friday night with relatives. Miss Hazel Brown II. Willis in Blyilicullc Unsealed telegrams will IK delivered by ihc Western Union Telc- er.i]ili Co.. during the 1-elebr.iiitii 1 . 01 Rnsli Hos-lmna. ihc Jewi.-Oi new year, w.iich starts at sundown ol' | .September Tl, ticcorcilni; to an an| nonnccmc-nt made today bv W. L i lu/berisan. manager o: me lllytlv. ; villc Western Union ollice. This ' special .service lias been provided '. in order irm orthodox Hebrews may ith a Morale Imv which llieir irai-lnn anything iOul-0(-Town Visitors Eiilcvlainecl at l.iixora Receipts of colt:n ai Arkansas cuupresses last IV.TJC.II continued fur Miss Hazel Brown and moliicr lx-l(;v.' normal for this season, \viih ! were in Curuthersvlllc, Mo. Friday, i comply w Mytlirvillc far ahead of all oilier Phillip Newton was called to; prohibits | )>ui!i!s in receipts b-ili for the week Flrrcncc, Ala., because of the j dui-ins ll'.e holidays. '"<• !or the season. -Jcath of hi 1 : father, who had been I Total for l!i.? stale law week was ""> l )c <"' health for some time. 'My 1CS54 bales according to ihe' Ju<:k O'Neal of BatcsviHe and I weekly report of tl-.e Arkansas Cot- j family spent the week end in Wil' :i 'IVade association, a.-> against ! V0!l wil!l '"dalivcs and friends. i <ii.7« bales for the same week a . Mr. and Mr.v Earl D. Dullard Jtiir :i(;o. Receipts for Hie season | aiv; :!ic proud parents of a s'.n, up to last Friday were 21,330 bale:, pu-ii Sunday moniing, compared tO'?7.43U for the stason | Mj ss MJI IB Ferguson spent the I at Ihe same date n yea.- ago. i week ei:d in Wilson with relative*. In spite of light, receipts Mick'i j Oranvilie Hoii^e aileiulcil " the | in Arkansas compresses eoMtinuc :o cicase and InM l-Yiday \^ere 111,155 : balCi as against 100.873 '.lie week before and 72.824 on tlv sime I Quick Lesta Porter were in O.sceola urday afternoon. [ dm? a year ago Al Blyihcvillt last week receipts [ were a.lfii, bringing (lie total for season to 5.70-i. Shipments F^J n,, 1 r , • Wvir. here last week were 5GO bale.s ]^ ord Dealer reaturmfif '^w^'^Tece^ 1o, u Z Dc Luxe Cat - s Thi ^ Week .'cr-^- and for the :.?uson at leading [ A:l;ajisas points: l.UXOItA, Ark.- Friday nisht Mrs. F. M. Bonds was hosiers to four tables of budge, specially crui- pliihen'.ing tlin-t visitors, Madge McCrclglil of El Paso. Texas and Kd'.vard Rillip>:<n, Jiim.-s- (wll eainn in Oseeola, Sunday. J; AV1 .'- *• J- "I" 1 , Mis \^i!' 1 ";!" 1 ;; TtK-k Cilascow of Mcl^rrin" visit- Uavli of . S;lu Alllo " lc !' l«f s »>8" «l in Wilson Sunday nlsjhl. j ^core pn:-e was won by Mrs. How- Miss Cas.sie Clayton and ML-.s lU'liof From I'liinful j adsin Makes Another I!;t|il)y .Mini Kntlnisiiislir. aid liowt'n and each of the lionor <ji:['s:s was jiLTi.'.-nted a [tlft, L'.f'c-r j which a delicious salad course W.TS| Last For the Week Season . 3,IBS 5,701 3,854 a,IBS) 1,431 1,047 1,035 Blytlieville Etulnrri ........... 2,108 [Foil Sniit!) ......... 1,381 West, Memphis ____ 1.10D Pill? Bluff ........ 90G Mtlle Rock ....... 808 Helena ........... 027 Texarkana ........ Oil . Riissr llvillc ...... 58? ^far^:ed Tree ____ 542 l.eachville ........ 53C | Jonesboi o ......... 430 MorrikoM ......... 424 Marlamia ........... 412 m Hope ............. 400 1 Last week brought the first .v.ib- ".ir.ial dc-liveries to Missouri com- i ?ss:<js. Cnnuhersvillc received 747 I bales, Hayti 014 and Maiden 233. I Tile association received no i epon j from Steele. 1,141 940 944 CI2 850 442 57C 582 078 [Virgil Applewhite Here for a Few Days Visit. Virgil Applewhite, graduate of I Blytheville high school in the class I of 1926, now employed in the tele- I vision department of the Bell Tel[ cphone company in Kesv York v;hi!e engaged in graduate work at • the University of New York, is vis ] iting for a fe\v days at the home of 1 Miss Luna D. wilhelm. ^ Mr. Applewhite, who received lis ptachelor's degree from Mississippi cclleue, Clinton. Miss., will later visit his parents at Vemonia. Miss. Russell Phillips of the Phillip.- Motor company, local Ford dealer.;, announced today that his company is holding a sjiem] .showing of Ford D-; Luxe car., this week. The De Luxe cars, most of which are comparatively new in the Ford line, ore being featured in the local showroom and by Ford dealers throughout ihc country this week to permit the public to inspect, the various body types and learn ol their unusual appointments. Until recently there were but two Fords of the DC Luxe type, hut in recent months there have been added n sedan, a coupe, a phaet^:: and a roadster. .uxora Boys and Girls linvcll [or College Work .Mil. GKOKGK K. GUSSIK LUXCHA. Ark. — The following toy.; ah'ls from Lnxora have entered r-QllCoP I' 1 * 5 fall: Mi.sses A'nia Margaict Wood, William j WCOLI C-l)!<ie. Fulton, Mo.; Evelyn : "I am sixty-seven years of nge and Charlie Scctt, Crescent Col- !>»<1 suffered with rheumatism in l»ge. Heber Springs. Ark.: Helen :i"S p arms and legs for several Hcv.-ton, Northwestern, Evaustown, I months", said Mr. George 111.; Margaret McUearman. Union Gussie', 2028 Park Avenue, University. Jackson. Tenn.; and XJ:sseiy. Crnftun James ar.d Jchn L>. Higlnowcr, Univcisity ol Ar- kan»5s, Fayetteville, Ark.: Lewis George. A- & M. College. Siarko- ville, Miss. Hospital Notes Patients admitted lo the Blytheville hospital: Pete Cotton. Dyersburg, Term.; Pat Gilliam. Hayti: Mary Flnicr McLeard, city. Those dismiiset!: Jane Dalton. Senath: Mrs. Lucy .BradViy. Carnthcrsville: Mrs. Cieo Miillins, Havtl. Snuff up nose; also melt in hot water and hale vapors V'-/- 1 y n NEW YORK. Sept. Cotton closed steady. Open High Oct. old 1092 109!) Oct. new 1090 1096 Dec. old 1115 1118 Dec. new 1107 11U Jan. old. 1125 Jan. new 1120 Mar 1133 May 1150 July .... mo I Spots closed e.uiet and unchans- I ed at 1095. « fit '/>•; w/i> CtiUnii E. St. Ixinis. "This ailment gave mo many hours of pain. Weak kidneys brought on .severe backaches I suffered from severe headaches. My tongue was badly coated and and I last many hours of sleep. Nervousness caused my entire \stem to be upset at times.". 'A friend who had received a! marvelous bcnefl'. from Konjola finally • induced me lo give this; medicine a trial. After the sixtli bottle I experienced the most My ailments be- one by one. ..._ ger bothers me ' and my kidneys are again normal.: I sleep well at night mid am free from headache. This improvement | in my health has banished nervousness. 1 shall rrcoir.mend Konjola for She rest of my days." This great compound, taken with | legibility over a period of from six !o eight weeks, has made a! record that would often challenge belief v.ere the actual facts not known and verified. i K:njo!a is sold in Dlylheville, I Ark., at Kirby Drug Slores, and by iall the best druggisis in nil towns .throughout this entire section. UULI1L L L Apt I LI JIH.U ] i amazing results. My a 11 Ban to leave me on I Rheumatism no linger ST. LOUIS AND RETURN Leave Blythcvtlle 1:01 a. m. Sept. 21st. Returning, leave St. Louis 11:40 P. M.. Sept. 21st. BASEBALL- Browns vs. Philadelphia TRIP FARE NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 1G. (UP! —Cotton closed steady. Op=n High Low Close Oct. ...! 1094 1100 1093 10QO Dsc. ..... 1112 1118 1110 1115 Jan 1122 1126 1121 1123 Mar 1134 1142 1133 1137 May 1152 115C 1151 1153 J'.'.ly 1169 1174 1169 1170 Spots closed .steady atlOTl, up 8. Closhifi Stock Prices A. T. and T 2151-1 Aviation 55-8 Chrysler 28!; Cities Service 28 Coca Cola 185 3-3 Pox 59 5-8 General Electric 12 General Motors 443-8 Grigsby Gninow 8 J-8 !. T. and T 42 Montgomery Ward 3G 3-8 Packard 13 Radio 39 3-8 Simmons 2T-; Stewart Warner 2G'i United Oas 36''. U. S. Steel ICO Cotton Kccd Market MEMPHIS. Sept. 10 <UPI— Cot- tcm-eed closed steady today. Sept. 20.50 io 30: Oct. 30 to 31: Nov. 30 to 31.50: Dec. 30.50b: Jan. 30.15b; Fob. 31b: Mar. 31.25b: April 31. SOli: No sales. Cotton seed meal closed stead-; today. Sept. 31b: Oct. 31 to 31.25; Nov. 31 to 32: Dec. 31.50 flat; Jan. 31.755 flat: Feb. 31.50 to 33; Mar. 32 lo 33.25; April 32.25 to 33.50. | Sains: 700 tone. m m m mx •/PECIALJ E For Wednesday Only | $1.50 Cars Greased and Brakes Adjusted FREE BRAKE TESTING i: i i \ 11 !• /ERVICC /T/VTI€N • I Phone 315 Cor. Ash and Broadway I Pains / in Back & Sides «T WAS run-down and nervous, and for 1 several months rny health had not been good," says Mrs. Louis Wieland, of Terrell, Texas, whose picture appears above. "I was up one day and down the next. I never felt like doing anything. "I worried all the time, and could not sleep well at night. "Periodically I would suffer from pains in my back and sides. I would feel dull and dizzy. "My sister had taken Cardui, and she persuaded me to try it. She said to me one day: 'If you will only try it, you will see for yourself how much good it will do you.' So I got a bottle of Cardui and began to take it. It was not long until I felt fine. Tgot stronger, and rny nerves did not bother me any more. "The pains stopped coming in my back, and I could do my work without any trouble. I think Cardui is a fine medicine." CARDU! Helps Women to Health NOTE— Th« above lesltacmial is tcnuine, ind given freely. No oiy has been jivta or orotn!?td for its use. GL-IM 01.- IM -« 1 for .Mississippi County i'lmners arc very much interostocl rij>1it now in Ihc much discussed "Drouth Uelief". A Her much talk about the matter, ii was finally decided by those men who interested themselves in the situation, that, Farmers Must Make Their Drouth Relief A survey of Mississippi County has disclosed the fact that feed for livestock is the most pressing- question that will confront our farmers this winter and next spring. Any steps that are taken now to make available feed supplies hold out longer will he helping solve the problem, and here's the way to do it:— Plant Winter Pastures Now! During-the winter months when farm livestock is called on for its lightest work, good pasture will supply practically all thi 1 feed required. One acre of good winter pasture per head of livestock will take care of the average winter feed requirements and permit the saving of corn and hay to begin feeding when livestock is started on the heavy work next spring. Crop Chart Prepared by County Agent J. E. Critz Kind of crop . ();tts Rye Variety Winler Turf Ahru/.xi or Common Kale of seodiiiK pi'r acre 2 l).u. with 21) ilis. Vclch or :tn Ilis. Aiislrhm W. Peas :") In 0 pkK. •1 pks. in rot (on middles Dale of seeding Sept. 1 to Oct. 10 Aiiff. 2(Mo Oct. 1 Ryo & Vrlch Hairy Vetch nr Aliriizzi or Common Austrian Winter I'cus Grav or Austrian Winter I'eas 3 pks. Rye—20 llis. Vetch 3 pks. Rye—30 Ibs. Peas AIIR-. 20 lo Oct. Hani; Dwarf S to HI Iks. Wheat Hluc Stem—Red Mav •1 pks. lo 20 Ihs. Vetch AUK. 25 toSei)t. 25 Oct. 1;-) to NovTl 5 For Kni/int;, plant now Rye ^ r ivi'K i';>rlicr ;jra7.inf; during wittier mnnlhs when sown earlier than anything (hat can be sown. Rapt 1 should he sown only on ^nud land and can hi> con.sumi'd hy cows, IIORS and family. 0:ils. wheat and rye should he sown in cotton mid tiles and covered with scralchers. One acre of oats wheat is recommended for each head of work stock. or Don't wait until all your feed is gone. Start right now to help yourself. Seed costs are insignificant when compared to the value of having feed for your stock. The condition in which your stock comes through the winter will have a marked effect on the kind of crop you will he able to make next year. Unless your stock is in good condition you cannot expect to make a good crop. Remember the old saying: "A Stitch In Time Will Save Nine" Don't expect somebody else to look after you- Get busy making your own drouth relief. Plant y Good Seed! !W Your county agent will gladly help you -- See him for detail information about the best crop This Ad Paid For By FirM National Hank Fanners Bank & Trust Co. J. C. Penney & Co., Inc. Hubban] Hardware Co. Farm Equipment Co. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Joe Isaacs Chicago Mill & Lbr. Co. Mlvthevillc Chamber of Commerce

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