The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1930 · Page 6
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M':F six HI,VTIIKVII,[,!•:. (ARK.) COUKIKU NKWS )I1S IS LOST AKT MEMPHIS, Tcnn. <UP)— Piano inning is becoming a lost nil, says .John Clark, GS-year-OM follower ol t!« profession, and it*s all the fault . of l!ie modern jazz. "People have little need for a piano tuner no\v," he explains. "They don't care whether a piano is in Um? or i:ol. All they want from an Instrument is noise." RFT7 all L Wednesday and Thursday THE GOLDEN VOICE OF THE SILVER SCREEN in another triumph! THURS1MV, SKl'TK.MBKK IS. FI-1E BOOK URVEY s Hy HIurCK CATTOX NKA Service Wrller When an aiistocracy goes to seed.i forgets its reason lor existence and discards Intelligence for a romlne if p-tty Intrigues and mean amours, ft docs not make n-prctty pic- uire. Tn "Tlie Edwardian;," Miss V 3ackvilic-\Vcsl .sketches precLwly s.iich an aristocracy with unspann'; .rony. Tlie result Is a book which f think will last a long time. Miss Sackvillc-Wcst studies lh' ; r.ndcd arLstocracy of England during (he K-lijh of King Edward VII Her hero is a young duke. wh<; l;e- jm.s by making a sincere efTor[ to )reak om of Die bonds of caslc atitj ;nds by sinkintj lip to his neck In .he pointless snobbery of tippe: rlass London.'. Atythe cUxse, lo l>d mte, he- does make one more at- empt to set out: but ihu pieced nu analysis of til.s character dnr>: ;ot leave the rt'iidcr tnucli room I' lope for him. ' . To mainiftlii oners position in this £dsw.vdi:ui ari^tociacy, apparently. t \v.is ncce.'-iiiiry only IhaV one ksep 'ro:n beimj found oul. Virtue sccnu o have been almost non-existent The qualities that justify an arls ocracy had vanislicd utterly. Wha' vns let! WHS only a shell. What the book does, then, Is dc- nirt liie passing of an old order: ,\V: piibslns, indeed, of old England '.sell. fJrltaln'.s ruling class deiu- jnsiiateri its funcss for poivc: .hroiiijh long centtirie.'i. Jiut. il (pv vay to dry rot. at last, find left a: Hilly a tri;> •uniir.d the world, li». | jpo'.'ior Dull of Scotland Yard gels ! on (ho irnll and follows ihc party . as far as Honolulu, where h:' cn- I list? Hi" aid of Charlie Chan. ' Writer? or detective stories arc i forever iryinK to Invent, new a'r.d unusual tellings for tlieir murders; \ and [ think Mr. Diggers desciw PROUP intelligent young noble like Sebas- . lldn, Miss Kackvllie- Will's >;ilnc:i- 'some kind of a prl/e, for one a! th; pal character. with no better out- j .Killings in this lxx>k takes place- let for his cueryies than a series | while UK- victim Ls riding In an of mis.iii'.lyiiii! liaisons wltli lacliei i elevator with ihe Scotland Yard de- of his emu ;ir.cl other classes. irctivc! H is nc-o<l>s.s 10 say tlmi the IjnoVj To repeal: "Charlie Chan Oan!»f. is i-xii'j)'. !ur::dly wtll written. Tlie DM" is a swell mystery, and if of the giltleriiiB Ed- '-ra H rocnpiurcd perfectly. Th; 1 autumn ol the upper clasi hrltlshrr Livrs ai;am— romantic.! r,t $2 a copy, tawdry and IHOHO'.OIIOUS, by turns. | The IJook is isv.ued by Doubleday, Doran iV Co.. and cosU $2.50. like deloe'.lvo stories at nil Hou;;iu to nnil your soul v/ith rapture, i'lii. liGbbs-Mcrrill Co. Is publishing It. An Engrossing Slory of The War on Disease. "ItKier.i ol the I'lauup," by Jas A.. Tobcy, tolls of medical scltne 1 . In Its long. 'tni-unflnlshed stnii;. ^!e \vlUi epidf-mif 1 discuses. It is as (XCltlnR as a romantic novel, and ale book liiis week—"The Tides or | as full ->'. information as a tlaclor Malvcrn." hy Fr.mels Grl.wokl. o;' phohso]ihy's thesis. Thl.s ilmr it is the old aristocracy j of the American southland ll'al i.-; j [iiu under ih 1 : niicroseoije; and nnr.; of n bygone day j A Symiullii'lic- Slmly nf 'I'lic Old Siuillilaiiil. The.- define of Hnollicr arislcx-- racy is pxt'nrrd In unotlier llrsl- Read Courier News Want Ad.s. the Be t frwantty Ui vcdby oot ftpptic«Uon U- iraiiifwrixl. ycry ably, lo the pagcj of .1 book. This, liowcvir. Is not lo say tli^t j lilL-,- UJJII Mr. ClrkwoMs hrak is nnylliliiif Ilk- j Illicit Hill "The b]dw.irtlui:\H." Il Is not. Misi Satkvlllc-We.'.t conccnlmlc.s her study into tlie si>acc ol a few years; Mr. Grls^oid .spreads Ids out over c'enliirlrs. lie traces 1 the his'.wv of Ihc Sheldon family of South Cur- nllnn.. from the day when the first j Sheldon moved to the mainland" from Jamaica, a century before the revolution to Ihc present, when Malvern. the yreat Sheldon estate near Charleston, finally slipped Into the hands of oiulnndcrs; and tlie downfall o( the cnste typified by the Shtldous Is shown lo have been due nol so much lo Internal dccav lo the repented Impact of blows from the onlMdc. How Old Arc Vuu? 42? nvf gtf MILLION JARS USED YEARLY HOME THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday TTAUDTNG It Is. comcthlng of an accomplish- ice cream-cut down potatoes, Today You Say—And Thut is Tliat—llul Tell MI- Are ' You Very Fal Well. If you nre—It's probably ypur own faull—You don't know how vto cat right .and that's on? reason, If you would like to learn how to lose the fat you hate—and no one else likes—do a.s I did—Take this 30 day test— Ciit out candy, cakes—pies and rice YOUR HAT FOR FALL Another Car Load ConiDtly and News. Adm. Matinee—10-H(k Night—10-35e HI. 'HER PRIVATE AFFAIR' A dramatic slory—thrilling —appealing—will) a famous Broadway Star. Also—Comedy &. Review. 'Adm. 10 and 25c. mcnt for- the author to extend Ins sioVy I'nro'ugh half a do/cn ecnera- Uons and'make all of his characters live and breathe; but Mr. Grls- w.ild accomplishes 11 very neatly. Ihe color, the charm and the bcnu- ly of the old south fire presented In his bouk- presented vividly and with a noslalijie reared All in all. "The Tides of Malvcvn 1 ' Is finite n book, and U Is a pleasure to recom- im-nd II lo you. William Morrow & Co. are orfeiini; il at S2.50. Vr.iiiCnuM Call Tills the Yf:ir*s Best Alyslcry. The beal 'mysleiy story of the past year, Ic my notion, is "Charlie Chan Carries On," by Earl Derr Higgers. Charlie Chan, the Chinese detective from Honolulu, is rapidly becoming my favorite detective ami 1 think this Is by far the h(ist of Mr. Bisgers' stories about him This yarn Is unusual from several aspects. The murder that touches It oft hike? place In I/mdon, amont! a group 0 ! to\;vlsts who a're-teRln- —butter—cheese, crcnin and siiga 1 Eat anylhing else you feel like eating but moderately—lean meal —flsli—chicken—vegetable s a u d fruit arc bcsl— : Take one half leasixwnful of Kruschen Salts—In n glans of hot water every morning before breakfast—don't miss a nionmii;—follow this advice. One woman lost 19 JMunds In 4 weeks—another got rid ol 47 pounds In 3 months—a New- York woman lost, 14 pounds with one bottle of Krnschcn and Is f of vim and pep, so she writes— At Klrby Druy Co. or any drug slore in the world you can «e; these magic salts—one 85 cent bol- lle lasts 4 weeks—Ask for Kruschen Sails- an enemy lo 'Fat. NAP BRIrtSiRE FAVORE un VOUIIK fellows like (hem—like them for '.Iherr delionnairc appearance—like Uiem foi- their ease of wear. Hut for those men who prefer the more dignified (ype of Ilo;ulwear there me Well ICd^es and Hom- hitr^s in a .selection at four jirites that should please every Mian. Slelson and Dobbs Hats $8 and $10 Worlb and Royal Park Hals $5 and $6 R.D.Hughes & Co. Complete Outfitters for Men a.id Boys We guarantee our prices are as cheap as to be found. Steel Ranges $19.85 with high closets, cnanu'lfd doors, liirjje oven and tin}) rea ka h I e com p rossion springs, only ' \-' ' Parlor Furnaces Circl'ilaturs, cahinels in walnut - ami nickel finishes $24.95 Oak Heaters Nicely Nickel- ed, Only Art Laundry Stoves All Cast ^»J,-\— .• • *"^»*, - *«^™*. 1 1 I I 1 I I I 1 I | I IdV, P ^ I Announcing Smith's Smart Shoes For Men and Young Men $750 1 1 i if 7 Now styles Ihe showing Smith's newer ui Smith s Sinai • Shoes for Men and Young iVIfn at two prices. We invite your inspection ;•$ 10 I f I I i 1 I <.%»;• f 1 1 I I I I iii I I Invitation ... to look over the ne\v Fall merchandise! No high- pressure salesmanship hut many things you'll need and \vant — pax- iicularly ^vhen you note the tomhin- ation ol high quality and low prices. I 1 Mead's "Five Spot" Shoes We believe this shoe represents the finest value to he found al $5 i The New Mead Clothin Co. I I 1 I I I I S New Dress Modes 6* 90 Wood Heaters 22-iti. King Cast Range Rcanliful groen and ivory enameled cast ranjjc with co))|icr reservoir All Cast Range Furniture Specials $25.95 to 14.75 Cane Chairs Extra Heavy 69c BEDS Heavy metal !As usual, your J. C. Penney Store is ready with stunning new dresses ... in advance of the season! Included are types for your imme- ; diate needs . . . each one a forerunner of fashions for Fall and Winter. You will be delighted to find them so inexpensive, too. All Remaining Summer Dresses at $3.98 and $6.90 J. C. Penney Co DEPARTMENT 220-222 W. Main Inc. * STORE IMvtheville, Ark. Mattresses heavy licking, host for {he monev Special Prices on Window Shades 50c Dodson Furniture Co a "The Big Little Stare"

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