The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 9, 1931
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r<iir..v;, .JANUARY (ARK.) COUuiEU NKWS tmr.v DPIDGC KnWAllI) C. WOI.FK uf llic National Cham- nslilp Auction Team Joiner Man's Bequest to! west- Housekeeper Held Inval id in Ooceola Verdict. OSCEOLA, Ark—Judge O. E. Keok of Blyt'r.cville. on the bench during she present term of civil c.'.'..M here, will be asked to :leltr- im.H 1 the extenl lo which lhe will oi ihe l;tle il. Li. Wro:?t3 of Joiner ua-, atlecKd in a verdict rtr.'Jere'J by a jury In the ease of W. V. Wr.i.en. et al, vs. J. I). Hyatt. 'liie suit wan brought cy heirs o; 'Wroten w sc t aside his will involv- iii" an estale valued al approxi- S12.000. 7-F.-1 o-;.<j.'j S-HSM. II—Q.I 0-8-6 0—7.S-5-4-2 C-A-8-S-3 SOUTH S—ft.K-3-2 H-A-1-4-2 EAST— DECLARtR S-U-J- 10-98-5-4 understand that much question In «dv,incc. Soulh should oi^n el'.her the king of clu'.sor the 10 of diamonds. Cicncrnlly lhe rpcnlng of a slmjle- lon Is indeed n gamble. However, Iheie are a few Instances in which " singleton may be cisr-ncd will'.ou: severe criticism. Souih's hand k one of Hi! Legislative Plans Explained by Ed McCuistion at Aimorel Meeting. D-A-K- 0-3 C—C-2 [.-X-u-l-V 'lins deal invites considerable vn- ,1:^:011 m auction bidding. N . has a pass that cannot be q * with only enuiies a bid i,\"'" " B " " s ™ ?>' I The' jury returned a verdict to- j In pri'-cmpllng, day rmdiiig against the will; find- i '-"sually customary lo ing that the will was e.xcculsd as Hie result of undue inlTnenre nn;l holding undue influence had been exercised as to that part ol the »i bequeathing three-fourths of the /(••.tale lo Mrs. Lula Garner, Wro- The 30 who attended the super- ilendenls artd principals meeting of MI;s^slp]il county scrjcols at Ai morel "Thursday evQiihie heard lhe educational legislative program for 1031 thoroughly explained by Eci McCulsllan. of Ihe slule depail- mrnt of educallon at Llule Rock, Miss Willie A. Lawson, county siv card, the eight spot, but pcrintendent. and Mbs Winnie Vlr Soulli" sh-uld dliicgnrd his pait- «'' '1'uriicr. enmity suiwrvLsor, who I-.M-'S atlvlM uiul immcJina-ly there--''^ "-^ke of the southern super- after play his slnulolon diamond, visors' conference Held at Hoi It Is here when East has the mar- Springs icccnlly. velous opportunity of gaining an The program outlined by Mr. Mc- overcall.' "'™ lrick ' Artcr " lc jricX ^ <lla-i oiilsl!on. which is based on Arkau. ' mends holds the trick, the declarer, res . edii ca ii 0 nal netxls as twanged who visualises the possibility of by t! . c swte (1epal . lmclU ot Ijulh tli? nce-ki:ig. and is able to taki 1 the flrcl and the rec'iul Hump | tricks and llien iiltemnt to gel his i partner in lhe lead for II'. 1 purpose ! of rcturnlnu his singlelC'i suit. ! However, if lhe knvi of clubs is j aliened. North nui. L :l pl'.iy un en- FORD | BATTERY; ONLY I $ ^••1 ^ f\ i ^51) ! 7- ; \Vilh iillowiince f<n vinir old batlery "You Won't Gut mi however, ill bid two more : Mrs. Garner died atom a year ago and lhe Wroten heirs brought, j suit to set aside the svill am: re- ' cover lhe property. Orphans Home a Defendant The Masonic Orphans Home al Balesvllle, Ark., is a parly defendant to Hie suit and Judge Keek's ruling Is cxpeclcd soon determining whether tlie entire will is at- . fected by the jury's verdlcl or only j the clause containing the b?c|iir.;: I to Mrs. Garner. The Masonic Or- | phaiis Home was benuealhcd a j fourlh ol the eslate. The case was tried yesterday and | leached the jury about thirty min- i tiles belore acljourninent. Evidence was being heard this morning in the case of C. N. Pace vs. Jim Cornell, el al, a suit for damages growing out of Cornell's alleged assault on face while lhe latter'was walking down tne street in Osceola. The two men are agents for rival bus companies. At a preliminary hearing on a criminal charge in mayor's court SODII after the alleged assault, Pace, who driito of eillier three or four spail t.s regardless of results. This should conclude lhe bid- As to whether cr not lhe double of three is a business or informa- lory double lhe authorities are hopelessly at issue. The fact is that this queslion is the one out KVKKY DAY IN Till- WICIOK Phone 159 "//• Huy of Mr. liowers" ANYWHERE IN TOWN it* 115. ly one possible method of do- ,'!™.-erit"Tiils"i)i-o->mm'«1U be made ing this, and even thai method is "'„ U ' U ' °" '™V UU bc " laiif dependent upon Ihe location of the Td,,± ,™ s sermi'at the Ar' At tick No 3 therefore. West "i»«l hotel preceedlng lhe program leads the king of hearts (no other; >"«''«;• «'"» members of the Arheart will do) upon which East mo el Parent-Teacher assoc atlon fhould discard his losing club. He- a ' l(1 '"embers of lhe Armorel factil- gavdlcss now of whal Soulh may; 1 !' entertaining, play, it Is lmi>osslble for him lo; -Members and guesls present in- standing principle in auction ever get his partner.into lhe lead eluded: George Doyle, Osceola, bridge which has not been stand- [or the purpose of reluming a dla-.chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin ardized. Therefore, it is well tu moiid. '" " "" Chicot Ridge /^ i A i ' r LOWDOy Actors former Him at Natchez ' NATCTEZ, Miss.. Jan. 9. tUP) — Tom Mix grew lo mean so little In the life of his third wife that when she divorced him .. she forgot lo represents the Pickwick Gveyho:::i;l i ra? k e a record of the dale, Mrs. line.?, charged llmt Cornell attack- . olive S. Mix testified in court here etl htm through revenge, because he | in ..uiinection with Col. Zach MJl- placed information in the hands of officers leading to Cornell's arrest on liquor charges. Cornell, v.-hD is ageni for ths A. & l>. 13ns co:n- pany, claimed lhe assault grew out of a-dispule over Pace's holding baggage which belonged geis cf ills bus line. The two bus slatlcns are located in lhe same k block on Highway 01. Wils Davis, prominenl Memphis attorney., is counsel for the defen- lei's $50,000 damage suit against the cowboy actor. Miller, Ponca City, Okla., rancher and owner of 101 ranch show, is seeking Ihe damages on claims Mix agreed to work for him and then went with SclLs-Flolo circus. Mrs. Mix also testified that Tom stole n horse by the name of "Rolo-jny from Miller several years ago a-hil he '.vas employed by the rancher, j suit. 1 Harton, Whitlon; M. W. Melton and Pyle Hoyt, Stmwneo; Mr. and 'Mrs. Carl Bird. Wilson; Thomas Ivy. Ynrbro; Miss Grace Wiley, | Doll; William Pinchback and II. B. Mrs. Dan Akres ami son, n. D. 1 Games, Manila; J. M. Cleveland and John Lewis have returned and R. G. Lenfesty, Gosnell; from a visit with relatives in Miss- Claude Cooper, Blythevllle; Miss : issippl and Alabama. ! Alllce Wllford, Wilson; w. E. Pigg ! Miss Jewell Baker has returned and W. L. Cassady, Keiser; L. H. j lo BSylUevllle to finish her steno- Autiy. Burdelte; M. S. Surge, Ar- graphic course afler spending two-morel; Mr. and Mrs. Crawford I weeks with her falher, Mr. Re.\j Grienc. Mlsj Rcsa M. Hardy, Mrs. Baker . | Elma Arm strong, Mrs. Ed Hardm, | Friends of Mr. end Mrs. Claude j Mrs. Lr.cile Haley, diaries A ; Stcne who recently moved here siubbs. Mrs. C.'li. S'.ubbs, Blylhe- from Tupelo. .Miss., will regret to :v ille; O. C. Pickens. M. D. Reed learn of the dealh of llicir only son. (,„(] Mjss prances Kaiser Lcacli- Royal. who died in that city lasi vnlo; w w Cox Boynton; Mr. Saturday. : and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Armorel; Cecil Mann and Robert Selloon Mr 3m[ Mrs ^ McCulstlon L(t . sp?nt Wednesday in Memphis. ttc Hock M , w|1| , A Lluv50n and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson Mi ,. w , 4 ,, L have moved Crom Myl.hevillc to. " their farm in Chicot Rilse. j , !KKCI , TRKE ";, so YEARS OLD Jesse Lyerly, Corlnne Thome, Jewel, Kathryn and Rex Baker' WALTIIAM, Mass. lUP)-Whal were visitors at Hie Cassiday home « believed the oldest purple beecl nt Huffman last Wednesday night..tree .in America stands on the es- Mrs. John Richardson and Cor- tale of Arthur Lyman, Boston law- Int.e Thome were guests rf Mrs. 5'™, i'.s branches, bound together Albert Burks at Chicot Ridge with :r,elal braces, its cavities 'fill- School on New Years Day. ' |etl with ccmenl. The tree, brough Frank Leary spent Tuesday night here from England,.is estimated to wilh A. J. and Rex Baker. 'be 1-10 to 150 years old Mrs- W. W. Manii and Mrs. Hob- erl Ssllcon spent Tuesday . with Mrs. Cecil Mann. A genuine 13-plnte, 0- volt, 80 - ampeiv - hour Ford battcty! A remarkable value. Made of Imst materials; fine workmanship; rigidly tesluil niul fully gunrnnlced. Drive in and let MS install one in yoiii 1 car. We'll (jive you an iillo\v- ancc on vour old btiltei-y. 111 Tire & Battery Station And .PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Phones 777-810-811 Fancy Red Triumphs 25c BANANAS Kino (iiiliU-n Yellow Frtiil OMONS "-S 3l c | Lb.5c AFTLES ORANOKS Florida. Do/. CAUl.IFI.OWKU ,,10 C lor represent the plaintiff. | V". 1 ; "' "' c ""'" "''"' l " L ' ^"""^ | l£!stc H oll and Jessie Mae Sue for Du'dije lloul I i Hughra spent Sunday with Toney Also set for hearing today is the j XIrs ' Mix said on the staild that , Fae Thorne. case of Thew Shovel company vs "° r torm or husband's contract with I Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ashby of J. M. rfowell involving ownership ''•f'er was a verbal one. | Van Vleet, Miss., spent Sunday "Tom told me he was going with with Mr- and Mrs. Albert Burks of of a 'dredge boat which Howell purchased from Ihe company, for use in drainage conslruclion in Ihls county. Tile company, somelime ago replevied the boal, claiming a default In payment for the boat, sold originally for 511.000, with a balance of SO,000 unpaid. Howell, con- leudlrrg lille in lhe boat, has filed a cross complaint alleging damages in lhe sum of $6.500. Judgment for S250 was awarded Zach and when asked it he h»tl a contract he told me 'Hell no, 1 liave no contract. None was needed. I broke in with Zacii nr.d we shook hands on that,'" Mrs. Mix testified. The trial was to oontinue wday with further examinatidh of witnesses. wr Hospital Notes Promise, land. Mr. G. R. Nave is ill at ll:e home of his daughler. Mrs. Dick Roberts, in Blylheville. Russell Mann spent Sunday night with DouglasJWilson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson visiled Mr. and Mrs. I^wis Ball of Promise Land. Tuesday. William Mann and Frank Leary spent Sunday wilh A. J. and Rex pany' of Driver. Montgomery, a i truck driver for Ihe Slandard Oil company, according to the evidence, j suslaincd injuries lo his right foot j and: leg, when he fell through a : broken plank in the floor of Lo-.v- ! ranee Bros.' ware room, while delivering a purchase of kerosene for j his company. Mr S . J. B. ls. se llath . Mo .. and Walker. Higginbottom. Dell, I were admitted to Ihe Blythfville ' hospital since Thursday. i .tenc Sun day school at Promise Land last Sunday Ironing made Easy The NEW WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC IRON they harass you by *••' day t\nA 'keep you awake at night? 'Don't r.cglcct them. They'll ruin your charm and beauty, alienate your friends, interfere irith your business and social •uccess. \Vheu you're nervous, take Dr. Miles' Nervine. It's the prescription of a successful Nerve Specialist pul up in convenient form especially for people in your condition. Dr. Miles' Nervine is now made in two forms—Liquid and Effervescent Tablet. Both art the same therapeutically. Full Si7C Bottle SI .00 D,R, MILES 1 ;- NERVINE 95c Down and $1 pt'r month on your service bill Arkansas- Missouri Power Company Large, Firm U ni J Iceberg flCdU l'INKAl'1'LK Hillsilnli- No. 2 1 /, Can. lOa, WfCSSON Oil, .,.51° SUGAR 'ir,,«.52 c MEAL 21-1,1). Sack Ea. 51c K. C. IIAKING Ol C I'OWDKR Large Cnn LL ASPARAGUS Hillstlale OC 1-Lb. C:tn CRAHAM ire CRACKEKS Ui. Pkg. l«l. Doz. 20c cMULLIN' CASKL GROCERY BEANS ' 1>ill( ". i) . 5 (: PRUNES ,,.,25° No. 2 Cnn Itoxanna Ea. lOc TENNESSEE• tfl nn SORGHUM Gal.^l.UU FIG BARS, ,. t 15 s VANILLA WAFERS SHOULDI Fresh K. .C. I'ork i Pound 14c LAMB - Fore Quarter, Pound lOc HAM Sugar Cured, 8-10 L'bs. 19c ...:... • 10-14 Lbs.. Pound 22 c BRAINS Fresh I'ork Pound 15c CHILI Ever-Good No. 1. I Lb. Joan of Arc Kidney Beans Free. Gotdendale Pure Creamery SUN-MAID t'Ui'I'El) IOC HAFS1NS I'kuf. 1L SALMON Ch T ;in lo" BOILED HAM Morris Supreme Pound 42c Hens, Fryers and Cottage Cheese ROAST Chuck, 12!/ 2 c; Hriskct lOc Rolled Rib, Pound SPINACH Home Grown Pound 5c LETTUCE Real I/ar^e Head lOc BANANAS Nice and Ripe Pound 5c OLEO Gold Dot Pound 16c BUTTER Pure Creamery Pound 32 c EGGS Strictly, Yard Dozen 30c SWEET POTATOES Pound 3c SOAP 'TH™ : LIMA BEANS No. 2 Can Need mo re Ea.lOc PANCAKE FLOUR CHEESE WAFERS Can HRIDGE COOKIES Can 49 c Shoulders, Corn Fed Whole or Half Ib. 13c MINCE MEAT> fOIlir J 1 cart Joiin of Off ljlllLl.\rc lic.'ins I-ree £J LIVER ' ! Fancv liccf CABBAGE Holland Pound 2*c ORANGES Large Size Dozen 25c Full Jlcad Pound 5c PINTO BEANS Pound 5c COFFEE /CHEESE Wisconsin Cream Lb. 19c SAUSAGE "H BRAINS "°' k ,,,12 1C 2 SPARE RIBS u Fine For Boiling Ib 8c BACON mNKS_ _,,, Iff; I'iCKiJ-;]) rn; inc I-'KET .'J I-'iir 1U FISH Sliced Cat Lb. 25c SALT Best Grade MEAT I,b. LARD Compou " d , 12? LARD Pure ,., 14° 6 Pounds For $1.00 GRAPE FRUIT Large Size Sc Chuck, Rib, Shoulder Ib. 12!C

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