The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1930 · Page 3
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WKDNKSDAY.OCTOUEK :>!>. IU30 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) 'COL'KIEU NE\VS And Another Hold-Up Man Bites tfye Dust! Chaise ol Bribe Offer to John Sheffield -Groundless He Declares. LITTLE ROCK. Oft. 2D. ilIP>—' Ll.-Gov. L?c Ca'.crt, indicted ty u Phillips county grand jury jolntl', v:ilh Ernest Dew, former rk'rk iti ihe slate ga«)llno lux department, • en charges o( vlohulng Ib? c;ir- rupt practice net. today brw.'U-si ' the actipa as tta "rankv.il inrin (if political perM'cution." In a statenu-m to the Uuiiv. Press Gixon 5.ild: "I am deeply surprise'.! over th:- . fact thai I was indictc-d by t h •• Plumps county [jrrjicl jury. I liau ' cwrunittcd no criine, morally v; !•_•- ' jjodly. 1 foci tills is the rarjke't form ' of political persecution anJ th:it , PiilUinv county cili/erii have b«-i. imposed upon. I do noi fear a Irinl ; »r.d welcome the fullest InvcMiga- ' i tioo of my acts. J "I ti,lk«i to Judjje Blii'fllelci's I " friends after being iiwltcd 10 do to ' by hlin and In the full Mlef th". 1 . I lie ms my Irlend. The question oi i bribery wever entered my mind uir) I .only did vliat I Iho-jfJH JndiT- fiheffcld wanUti me 10 do. Mj 1 xhok thought and ImcrejL in ;>>r matter was clean ajid above boar--i klid I kiur* that the pKijil? o! ; Phillips county and the ststo who have • watcii«J my political record will vindicate me." CaaorL and De»- are charged with attempting to bribe Judge John C. Sheffield U> withdraw from ihe ipi- .bernatorlal race prior to the August primary. The Ueutemuil governor \ra, a rindldflt<s for llvr office but withdrew lit lavor ol Broofcs Hays. The lixltameot charges Cozen and Dew uffmd JuUjje Sheffield SI.500 If li>j . would withdraw. PAGE'THREE Holdup men :i.i<[ pur.sc snulehL'i.s in Hc-aulc arc youu to ha\c ?. toui.i tirui- ol It ^211, a rwinbf-r of the police dcpar:inf-i;L. yeis uiroUKh ^tlh Jiic .scOi'-iljL'fci c fUint tionally famous as a jiu-jitJ-u exi>r,-l. is '.eavhinj 3:0 lips of Seattle rlrk ho-i u: arm auac-ktTE, and hm-'s 0:1:. a', liis vupils pulling his ler oils in:<i when K. S. Jc -s. Jorffi v iv.sen, os-erixjv.fr urul pr.ictice. na- dia Ekron News Notes \ Mrs. R. u walker and children . were Hi;' Sunday guests of Mrs Waller Ilymis. -- , llollcn Carnw motored to 40 9ud j 8 Hund.iy i 0 visit relntivfs. \ Tom H.,r'. ;iml family inotoriM lei ' Carawny tu s|x>nd last week eiut. lolton fann-r and Edward Ryu is Lslted ui Hlylluville Saturday lilgUt- Misu., ||,u,.| Walker mid Vlrclu- a Riclu.iuson siwnt Saturday night dill KLI..I. ,,nd ,\JUle Ryuns. Mist. KilAibrili Jordan and Olen Cox onjuyi-a the musical at Half Moon ftituroay wiling. Omil RyiaM suent Saturday night ai:d Rtuxltvy wlU> Mr. Tom' Rlcbar&un. lirwtbn and Ludeau Carter ;'Liietl liu-ir aster. Mrs. Jerry Frankl:::, iho ixist week. end. Icjun and Jiimes Smith were >;1 Misses .Viuiic Bell and F.I- lie Mn; Ryan Sunday evenlni!. Caroline and Penrllne I>ratt ri'turiwl to their lioiue In Batesvlilc ^Lst Wednesday iitUT vldtlug l:,-r lor a short lime. Mrs lUimle Luster ol Holland vliiteri n'la.ivi's In thli comuumliy Sundny. Mist L'.renc day. La»ri-iice Lusler, Jamea Suillh, Tip Mantiuin, Rufus Morton Howard-drier imd Edwmd,Ryan motored tu BlytticviUc ButiJay. Everyunc Is UivlU'd to Sunday school nl llu- Ekron school Iiuu.sc each Sundny mornlnn. jMiss Hopper-Chipper Flapper HH/.--I Taium vlsiuxl MLss C'rasi', Buturday and Sun- lieiser News Notes ' Mrs. Ora Kcelei of Dell is visiting her parents, Mr. ;uid Mrs. H. I'. "Dunnvnnt- I hi-: w«k. Miss Bonlta Bruce ol 1 Memphis spent Sunday with her parents here. Charles Nichols and Anccl Montgomery were among those who at- FX-er!n£, Mu., high .school, spent .last week-end here as the gups'. Df her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. V'.iLson ;ind family. .James Lowe spent the week-end in Joiner as the and relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. V. Whltmer tored to Wilson last Sunday. Huffman News Mrs, Mflltie Cn.ssiUy who !ias be*r. Ul 61 St. Bernards hospital tince October 19th was reported Mlghtl? Improvsd yesterday. Miss Prestou Perry is now c-m- plojfd at the Waters Hotel at niy- IhevlUe- Mrs. OUle Fletcher aud children of Memphis were the Sunday guesls of Mr. Philip Kissrtl and uunlly. MliS Frances Leathcrwood was a guest at the McKay honii; Sunday •sfwnoon. y H«<1 Courier News want ads. tended (he Glee Club party at Wll- ! Mr and Nrrs . R . Kennedy wer« I son Wednesday nighl. K eta-r visitors Sunday. • j Rev. and Mrs. C. Jordan \vero Charles Bcoll of Wilson wat .• Keker visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C: Davidson an uoiuice the birth'of a daughter on October 26th. The ladles aid inct 'with Mrs Watts Monday jifwmoon. Miss Mary. Faust, a "teacher- ii. the local school, hns relumed froir Albaivy, MisK., where she wns called by the death of her mother. Miss Luclle Moore was on the sick Usl this we*k. Mrs. R. H. Robinson, preside:)! of Keiser P. T. A., motored te Armorel Monday to attend a P. T. A. meeting. : Robert Nichols spent Buturdaj- Ha!1 " lsr - ini^ht with Burnev Anderson. Keiser will play Luxorn nt Mix- | Harvey Wilson' Rtid Oris Chllds ora PrWay ; ntotored lo Memphis Sunday af- Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Crockett ot ; icrnoon ] OsceoU. attended climxh here Sun- ] MISS Irene Nichols spent .' th? Miss Sis Wauon. student at I ems. Mi- .and Mrs. c. L. Nichoil The W. M. U. met with Mrs. Jes: Victory on Monday afternoon. E. s. ciillds aud'sou were visitors here Monday. 'mere «as n large attendance at gmV- of frit-lids j 11 - Y - p - u - rlud church service' Snnriny cvenini;. Re-v. Jordan con- iiucted the services' and 'there wus special nuulc by Jttlss Minnie Bell Shaw and Mrs. Crockett. dinner auesLs of Sir. und Mrs. R. :H. Robinson, Sunday. ; ' Mrs. W. W. Anderson and Miss , Esell Jojinson were the guesls of .Mrs. E. C. Cook. Friday. ; j Bcmile Jackson of Elowah wa3 a I Kclscr visitor on Monday of tills ! week. ! Mr. and iirs. John Watts and -\frs. Joe Mounts, Kathryn Wntt.i nnd Joe Mounts jr.. returned Tiies- . day from Ekru, Miss., where they attended the funeral of Ihelr aunt. I C. L. Nichols and son. Billy, spent Saturday night in Dlyiheville. They were accompanied home by j Mrs. Hftrry Weidnian and Miss Irene Nichols R«d Uswey ATLANTA. (UP)—When W. E. j Abercrotie attempted to stop hlr son from smoking by using n hickory- sa-itcli, the boy went him one better and brought "a bottle into use. Physicians tit Orady Hospital Ireaied the father. TRAIN UOLTS THEIR FUN'ERAL WAUPACA. Wls. t UP)—The funeral procession of Dorothy and Laura Calender was halted at the same crowing by approach' of the same train Uiat had" wrecked their aJtomobile aud killed both a few doys earlier. BOILS VANISH IKE MAGIC Ctiboil, K ipecUUst'iuire. ilops p&in _, - - i!p«xu «~d tiHUt woril toil ru cut'jr.c!a otlea ovecnight. Oit Cuboil ft)' fiom d.-UjiUt. paiu cads li^v CKfU. i J School City Hall Auditorium NOVEMBER 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Cooking these days i.-i boll) a science and an art. .Many women who know the cook book by rote still lack that djft touch that makes a meal .immortal. And thin theiv art; others who proceed by "rule of thumb" . . . who produce a dream of u dinner one day and a nightmare the n«xt. Whichever classification you belong to, you will benefit by the Courier News' FREK Cooking School which starts Nov. 18, undtr the direction of Mrs. Myra Doi^an. Mrs. Dougan, a recognized expert in the field of cookery, will cover in her das.ses the preparation of every kind of dish. Remember, thtse classes art absolutely FREE . . . they arc very instructive and are packed \\-ftli real interest. . . . . ^ Mrs. Myra Dougan Mrs. Doujar, is kjwv.ii wherever Letter cooking Is discussed. Her articles and lectures are followed by countless The COURIER NEWS Gilchrist Farm News C. S. Webb ana family visited Allan Webb of Clear laXe Sunday aftemwn. Miss Prawefi Crosslow of Rtxl Line spiini Saturday night and Si«> day with her molher, Mrs. J. R. Colrmaa. Mrs. 'Hiurman Wilder called or Mrs. O. 8. Sltele Sunday. Miss I'rances Qrosslow and Julius Colemaoi w«re Hie guests of Miss Nonnft K'.eele Sunday after- nooo. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Aycock were Ihe guesls of Mr. and Mrs. O. Steele Sunday afWrnoon. Mrs. Edgar Davis was the Huest of Mrs. Jim Orr Monday evening. «. Agnes WlUlams visited Mrs. 3dgtir Davis Eundny. P, M. Dfidi and Edgar Davis were BlythevlUf visitors Saturday. Boyd Orr, O. B. a:id Cecil Bteole Driver Grove Ru.wc'll Springer srent Saturday night with Richard Hall. Calvin Robertcon was the Sun:!ay guesl of Russell Springer. Charles Bigliain. Troy Bigliam and Orover Wiseman Iwcnme lest for several hours whll? lumtln 1 ; near here Wednesday. Mr- Charles Br<x:k wlto Came across lliem In the woods directed them honi;. Mra. Ttliel Swain was the afternoon guest of Mrs. Maucle Springer Friday. Mr. Pasco WMdropc left Friday mornliiK for Hint, Mich., where lie will sjyjnd the winter. ' Misses Sevllla Daniels of Lone Oak was llic i;nest of Miss Irene Rusccll Saturday jjight'and SHII- duy. , R«v. Lloyd Mangold completed his fiervtce lore Sunday night. . Mrs. Bill Southard was tlip Sunday guesl of Mrs. Charley Boles. • The following were on the Sunday School h-nor roll for the paw month: Ifoyc Hillhouse, Ruby Settoon and EiUeu Boles. An AIDS VNEXfLOVMENT' • BELOIT, WLs. (UP)—As a contribution to solvlni; the unemploy- nienl probli-ni. T1t» Belolt Dalli News has agreed to publish frcs n! cost all wunt ads oltcrlnj; odd Joli> to men out of work. The offer wns mado when 17 men applied in p?> son n:ul 16 others lelepiioned in answer to Ihe advertisement of-n citizen waiting someone lo moi- and rake hli lawn. With ifrace that many a debutun 1 *, coulil 'ejiv>', Ediu. WalLaw Hcp- IIP--, ona of tjit| prreunlaJ flappers, tcok a few trick sleps with lier dnnclnu partner Just to show uow Llttli! slic'd chansti when s'.ic ar-1 rived at New Yerk aboard a liner. The partntr, wlio Is less tlian I liaU her ag«, is M. Grip, of Paris, and: tliey have Just tilled a year of tbentxlcal un^ajcnicnU abroad. Mi's Hopper, who confessed to 02 f.ujiuncrs in 1926, ha.m't luul a birthday slixo. were business visitors at Luxorn, on I ^'iday. Mrs. Edgar Davis, Cecil, Clyd .iimi Stct'le were BlythevUlt visitors Saturday night. Mrs. Edgar DavLs and Cecil and Nonna Btcclc will leave Friday for a visit to points tu Mississippi. Among those who attendee 1 church at Bunlelte Sunday night were Mrs. Edgar Davis, Cecil, Clyde MJ-. and Mrs. Uoyd Orr of San- tlv rtkdg£ visited friends here Sun- tiny, itii.i Nortua St«ele, Doyle Aycoch njul Julia and Raxw Coleman. | "•n-r''"'>n*ii have proven tliat wtrelnss waves can be Iwardd In a mine 3,000 feet below the surface of tlie ground, and to considerable [depths lii water. STEAMINfi DIDN'T IIKLP ' GATWICK (Bi^sex), Eng. IUP' —Jockey Fred Herbert steamed olT seven pounds of weight In Turkish biuhs.nnd. lost a-race bscnuse liir, horse lit. perspiring had soaked (-,1 saddle cloth adding enough w^lslil to be dUqiinlincd. • . , Kidney Acids Break Sleep Tf Oetttn* Up Nights. Bncknche, frfecjufnt day cnlla, Lcjr PMna. Nerv- ouimMM, or Burning, due to (uncilon- i\\ Hladder Irritation, in acid condition*, makes you feel tirort. deprprtajHl I Mid rtlacouroBod, try the Oy»texTft*L 1 Work* f-iit. ntnrts elrcultttpp thru tho ay.ntMn In in mlnutci. Prateed by tlioufi.'iniln for rapid and lenitive action. Don't give up. Try C/itox (pro- rtonnco(\'Ulffit-tex) today, under tho Iron-Clad Guarantee, Mu»t quickly allay thea*) conditions, Irrprove restful nlvep ond enersrv. or jnon«jr back. Only *0o nt Klrby Dninr ^ .- At The Dixie Store Store Co. End of Month This message of good cheer conies to you just in time lo ;l Coat iii i'hfe heart of the season at unusual savings-coine self to your share of good cheerful savings. \ "•"/..' oiii:; Oct. 30th, 31st, Nov. 1st 169.50 coats for $56.00 Group No. 1 coat-, consist of the very finest of broadcloth, granit doth and trico cloth, handsormiy rtrimmcd in badger, wolf, fox. and carracul furs, tailored in new fitted lines, nizcs to fit the little woman us well a,s the lurs.er, your choice of this group. $ 50 22 $29.75 coats for $23.75 In Group No. 3 you will find a He- lection of sport coata as well as dresa coata, in flake-tweed, camfl'a hair, imported tweed, broadcloth andtrico cloths, beautifully tailored in the new fitted lines, with belts, fur collar and cuffs. A wonderful group of coats priced only at $ 23= $49.50 coats for $33.75 Group No. 2 costs consist of tlis- tiiiffiii.-'hcd stylc.i and matei'ials similar to Group No. 1, lavishly fur tiinijni'd, tailored in the latest PARISIAN styles in lovely assortment of coats that will please you, and pi-iced at a very great siiving. $ 33 75 $24.75 coats for $19.751 Group No. -1 is u lot of coats that only seeing the quality, material, stylo and furs would convince you what wonderful valuw we are of- furiiur at this ond-of-month sale. Dress coats, sport coats, sizes for the littl= miss _ as _well as the (jrown ups. Don't fail to see these coats priced only at ^ v« m 19 75 V.- ,'^r-Jf $m /• ^!<Vi; && m The New Dixie Store Co.

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