The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Friday, October 17, 1930
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EIGHT Tbwus Burros, Former Jpsesboro RJayor, Dies' $•*'•!• '• '•— -'•"" "'' • • JONESBORO, .Ark. — Thomas Burreis, 63, former mayor ol Joncs- borb. passed awayThursday at his. home on South Madison street. A'l illness 'of three and one-hall years . was ended. . i • Mr. Burress was stricken vllh paralysis three and ft halt ycavr | ago becoming an Invhlld. For the! past Wo years he has been confined io bed. ' H« came w Jonesboro In 1888 and engaged In several lines ol business. Including, grocery More • and • livery stable, until 1901 when he, became manager ol Hie Joncs- boro Ice plant which position he capably held for twenty-four years. •He was a successful business man arid amassed much • property. Elected mayor bi 1911 his administration for two tennsvwas a most creditable one and Wo city made much progress under' lite leader •hip. ' He alto served a term as president of the Chamber of Commerce held office, as -grand'. counsellor ol the K&ghts of Pythias of Arknn- «i!s w the first president of the Arkaiiis' Ice Dealers' - association and served on the state board o' cliariUes upder Governor Hayes. Cardwell Man Retires from Hardware Business CARDWELL, !»So.-J. M Antlers-n, owiier ol the City Hardware Co has sold his stock to tte Rt8«s Hardware & Furniture Co. here, and'Oi&r, gone out of the hardware business. He will c-ntinue In business-dealing in radios, radio and electrical' supplies of all klmis. AIM 'he will continue In the undertaking business, being In charge ot the Howard-Anderson Funeral Parlors here. . LOG OF FRIGATE FOUND GLENS FALLS. N. Y. lUP)-A log of the fam-us frigate, Constitution, kept from 1824 to 1826 while the ship was cruising In the Medi- tms.nean, was found by William Crandall oJ Moreau recently. It had'been hidden in a. clothes closet of Ws home. Read Courier News Want Ads. Id Free Plus Substantial Savings On New Desirable Merchandise Soap Y. ,t (!. Will Sic 5 Bars lOc Mops, Blankets 4 Qt. Basket Concord Double Pretty I'laidH Ladies' Stitch-Down Shoes Brown and Black high top shoes, Panco Soles, a great value at Childrens Shoes and Oxfords Offered in Black and Tan, all leather, regular $1.50 value, special Pet or Carnation HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Mens Suits Dress Shirts Work Shoes Serial Lightning' Express 2 Adm. Watiuo; and night 10. 25c Corning—-Robert .jMontgomevy in "Love in .the Rough" \L7 1 Ol Work v^noes RITZ THEATRE .Friday and Saturday Milton Sills' last picture h Jack London's greatest storj Boys Suits Ladies Silk Hose Full Fashioned, silk from top to toe, Good range of colors, §1.25 value Men's Seoul Work Shoe in «lack Only BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY ONLY Sunset Gold, it's Fine Coffee, Fresh Roasted 3 Tail or 6 Small Cans All Wool Manv 1'iitterns With 2 Trousers, all wool Dark Patterns Ib. pail Fine Quality Delicious, 2 pounds ach 6c I GRAPEFRUIT KBfflHDBBHHBEBBHBBH In Cloth Bags 10 Pound Limit doz. 45c APPLES Largest laundry so;i|t in the worlil Si 2-lb. 15c I Toilet Paper Fancy New Red High patent chief plain or beauty biscuit selfrising 24-lb. Sack ES Ib. 61c I Spare Ribs Ladies Hats Ladies Coats Fur Trimmed Good Linings Dresses TEW ME Union Suits Ladies Bloomers TT * O * A. Union suits No, 22 Can Libbys DeLux Fresh and Fine IMcntv of meat Pound Swift's Sugar Cured Shankless S und 8 Ib average Ib. 12c I PORK SAUSAGE •with itilton Sills, Jane Keith Raymond Haekctt Comedy and Fables Admission—Matinee 10-30c Night— 10-35c Coming: Moran & Mack in "Anybody's War"; Norma Shearer in "Let Us Be Gay"; Ruth ChaUerton in "Any-! body's Woman"; Joan Craw-1 ford in "Our Blushing Brides' Fancy Club, Baby Beef Choice K. C. Btef Fancy Sliced Black l-M W2 Don't Substitute 3 Pound Limit

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