The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1930
Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1930 BLYTIIRVILLE. (AUK.V COURIER NEWS IN mm Mississippi County Ginnings More Than Double Any Other County. Mississippi county, with 70,353 bales of cotton ginned prior to October 18, not only has ginned more than twice as much cotton as any other Arkansas county, but il one of only three counties in the state in which ginnings arc ruunlnlg higher than last year. Mississippi county's 70.350 tilts year comparles with only 57,755 bales to October 18 last year, when the county's total for the season ran to more than 137.000 bales. Crawford county, with 5,078 bales prior to October 18 this year compared to 2,866 to rhe same date last year, and Sebastian county, with 4,504 this year against 3,815 last year, are the only other counties which have ginned more col- ton this year than last. Second among Arkansas counties in ginnings up to October 18 this j year is Crittende.ii county, with 33,-' 504 bales. At the same date last -' year Crittenden had ginned 40,475 bales'.' The ' ratio of early season gin- nlngs. in Mississippi county this year and last year is-not regarded as affording anything in-the nature of an index to the total crop tho county will gather. While opinions differ considerably the general belief seems to be that the county's crop was about two-thirds picked by October 17. About the only certain thing is that the crop will run well above 100,000 bates, but substantially telow- last year's total. Ginnings prior to October 18 for leading Arkansas counties this year and last year follow: 1930 Ashley 10.44 1 ! Cliicot 12,747 Olay 9,466 Columbia 8,337 Ccnway 7,184 ' Craighead 20,582 Crawford 5,678 Crittenden 33,504 Cross 10,760 Dcsha 10,311 Faulkner 7,709 Gieene 5,340 'Hempstead 9,402 Jackson 11,258 Jeiierson 23.989 Lafayette 7,654 Lawrence 5,222 Lee 12,806 Lincoln 8,700 Little River 7,109 Lcgan 5,785 Lonoke 21,589 Miller 7,412 Mississippi ,.70,356 Mcmrce 7,057 Nevada 5,096 Phillips 17,008. 192S 23,441 23,866 11,721 27,358 14,162 26,469 2,866 40,475 13,751 19,605 19,165 7,213 19,111 25,082 45,528 14,138 11,680 15,044 22.197 11,334 7,267 38,066 14,423 57,155 14,218 14,534 21,142 Sleek Society—Personal Charging • .lul.'halr Michael- Cud any, youth to i the millions of the packing king, with nagging her so much that she nearly had a breakdown, Muriel Cudahy has \von a divorce in the Los Angeles courts. Mrs. Cudahy,- formerly Muriel Evans of the films, married young Cudahy a'year.ago last July/This picture shows her- in' court. Poinsett ........ ! 18,919 Pope ........ :... 5,889 Pulaski ......... 10.395 St. Francis ..... 20,400 24,257 14.620 15,007 26,247 , Union ....... .-... 5,443 White ....'. ....... 8,308 20,401 Woodruff ... ..... 9,112 19.314 Yell ............. 8,331 13,285 Total for. the state prior to October 18 was 516,977, compared to 888,445 prior to ' October 18 ' last year. Miss Gertrude lludgens of Ca- ruthersvitle and Miss Nannie Belle Campbell of Greenwcod, Miss., visited friends hero Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I,, c. Spencer spent. Sunday in Carulheisvllle as the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jesse King. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bcckham of Cooler were Stcele vlsllors Sunday afternoon. Mrs. A. H. Bcckham and daughter, Lovice and Miss Frankle S|>eu- cer and Abner Ashcrofl spent l-'rl- day in Memphis. Phillips Uamra spent Friday In Memphis. Miss Manilla Mlddle'.on spent Friday evening with Misses Mainy Carr and Naomi Waters. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and children spent Sunday with •datives in Portageville. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Blythcvtlle were the guests of the 'ormcr's parents here Sunday. Mrs. If .P. Coleman and Mrs. Alma Grissom motored to Cariith-1 crsville Sunday night. F. H. Flynn spent last week-end Memphis. Raymond Michie of Kansas City is spending a few days here with his parents. Mrs. Alma Grissom was a Blythc- vllle shopper Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brooks spent Sunday afternoon with Mr .and Mrs. Oscar Bailey of Blytheville. Misses Velma and Vergie Shrad- j er and Bill Farrell motored to Caruthersville Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Yates and son, Gerald spent Sunday in Hector visiting relatives, Mrs. A. L. Jordan is ill at her home here. Mrs. s. H. Martin and daughter, Mary, of Blythevllle, spent Sunday with Mrs. Wilcc Curtncr here. Mr. and Mi's. Jennie Rhodes spent last week-end with the former's parents In Blytheville. Cooler high schools will open Monday. A. B. Rhodes motored to Jack- Eon, Tenn., Monday to accompany his sister-in-law here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of near Stele. Misses Melba and Lillian Spain of Jackson, Tenn., spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Payne and Miss Mable Martin of Steele, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little and Miss Selma Lcmz of Blytheville, Mrs. Frank Dillmau and Kenneth Dillman of Caruthersvitle were dinner guests at the Majestic Holel at Caruthersville Sunday evening. After dinner they enjoyed an evening of music at the Dillman home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Severn ami daughter, Mrs. Joe Davis and daughter arrived here Saturday night In a German Undertaking Co., ambulance from Dexter. New Mexico where Mr. Severn anil Mrs Davis have been In a sanliorluin. Dorsey Walker of the U. S. navy is visiting here while on a thirty day leave. Mrs. Johnnie Phillips and Miss Dels:e Stewart attended church ut Cjiruthersvlllu Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. J. fi. McDaniel jr.. and sou, John III, of Ulylltevllle. j spent Sunday here as the guests of . Dr. and Mrs. J. R. McDaniel sr. DOIS.C.V Walker, Vmion Bishop I r.nd Miss Evelyn Bl^art nialorcd • to Dyersburg, Tenn.. Sunday to j visit Miss Mary D. Baker. • Mrs. A. J. Overturf and daugh- i ter Mildred, spent Saturday in I Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wallace and Mrs. Robert Sieelc jr., were Memphis visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John MtClnre of Cooler spent the week-end here with the tatter's father, Mrs. L. W. Calmer. PAGE FIVE MAKE IT YOURSELF. Kif( [rom the start, Bet gnilcr lengllis of the best silk clastic you can flint, not over three-fourths Inch wide. Take very good sntln ribbon, Lllglilly wider; than your 1'luMlc, lire bluck sail!! for llio Inick. while rot 1 the front, and with n secure luind-stltch, prefernbly llio buck-stllcli, sew Ilicm together. Tlie Intllnls should be mono- I Krnmmcd on the white before I you ihilsli this seaming. Yoi j can dr.uv your mend's Initials ; your.-clf, write her iianiL 1 In script . or Jihl use n transfer pattern I'oi I Ihc monogram. Should your Irlcud prefer t\v< colors to bl»ck niul white, sn; A pair of gnrlers would not come • srcra uiul lavender, you can make :>:MI.-S in the Chilstnms sleeking ol I tllls Mlluc Sl'l »1> '" them. Hut 1 -"y chb. sub-deb or,poil-dcb you' ll0ullt us 10 c ° l011 l" i|;rcrcnces [i.'-Bill hapin'ii to wnui Io tiivor. I lll.ick anil «hlle h (ho newest • 'ui 1 . Anil ihc inolioaraiiunL'd fc.irlvr hns il nil over the rest in One! 11 niniicjjrnmined parly t«i'(crs nr Iki-ly to have a real 1 !vogue. (iltiUM: CKOSS1NOS DWINDLE ALBANY. N. Y. (.UP)—Tile Pub- . .ment. Tv-o hundred and- thirty- • • lolal cost S)M,801,2W, since I three of tU crossings have been 18 grade crossings eliminated, at [ment. Iho grade act announce- completed at a cost of $8,555,48$. ATH YO • to se:«,, them cinuliifietl to lake. Cougln from col:! , rlous ttoulile. You . .'. now \viik CrroinuUion, a creosolo lliat | 5 pl^assi Cicomulsion is a raeJIcal discovery with Iwo.fulil aciion; it soolliej und jieali Iho indimed nicmbnixs ond in- Wbils cerm gromli. 01 all tuowji rlrugi creosote U «c- osniu.'ii ny lii B h medical aulhorities as ont of Ilie 6 rcjtC!t healing igencks for coughs from colils and bronchial tmlallon;. Crcoraulsion conlains, in addition to creosote, oilier hculing )ANGER SIGNAL 'elements nhicli sootlio and hca! tie iiidarned membranes and Hop llie Irritation, wllle tlie. creosote goes on to llio floraacli, |3 nbsotljej 'Ma ihe Mood, Bltacks Iho scat of the, trouhk •ad clucks tlie growth of the germ* Creomulslon la guaranteed eaiisfao tory in tte treatment of coughs from coldi, lironcliiils ar.J minor forms ol bronchial irritation, and is excellent for huilding iipihc tyUtm after colda or An. Money refunded if not relieved aflcr Inking according to directions. Ask your Jru Look for it- In the WANT ADS If you want to buy a home ... or a used car ... or a varmint cleaner; if you art' looking for suitable office spate ... or for a competent cook to grace your kitchen . . . ley the Courier News Want Ads first. Head them! Use them! If you are seeking an opportunity 'to sell a radio . . . rent apartments . . . lind a market for your own abilities . . • you will find an easy road thai cuts your selling costs by using I he Courier News Want Ad pages. The actual worth of the merchandise and services exchanged, sold and traded through Conner News Classified Ads mounts up in a single year to hundreds of thousands of dollars... The actual selling cost necessary to promote these sales and exchanges is far less than il would be through the use of any other selling medium. Make a Regular Habit of Want Ad Reading ^^^ ^^^^ ^^M _^^" ^ ° •"•"•" "*»• jwui uiu^jjist, v«u».; >tu want to make your own lie Service "commission hns'ordered' FOR THE COUGH. FROM CQLDS THAT HANG ON Entire Stock of Clothing, Shoes Everything to Wear for Men, Women and Children f We are selling out our stock i'aat. There are still lots of good desirable merchandise to be had at much below actual cost price. DON'T DELAY! ACT NOW! 50c Rayons 36.. I n c h. Solid colors and fancy patterns. $1.69 Silks 36 Inch Mesalines Black and colors. Yd. 19c Cheviots Heavy 'Cheviot shirting. blue-gi\ r patterns 19c value Yd. ., DRESSES Values to $9.95. Choice $195 Now COATS Values to $14.95 One lot of i womeus coats carried over from last season. Values to ,§14.95. A give av/ay price. Womens coals from this spring, suitable for now. Values io SM.95. On -sale at muc-h below Womens Slippers §2.95 Values and kid simp." ' sdiiim covered low heel ox:\v snappy of styles to •i. Our rcgu- . value, for only $ 1 Womens Slippers Values to $4.95 Uig selection of all this seasons newest and popular styles, pumps, straps, tics and oxfords. , Low, medium and high Iheels, long and short vamp. S.'i.SO, S.'j.ns and 51.95 values for only One lot ol wonicns hifill top shoes, medium licols, black vice nrul Inr.wn calf. Sizes 3 to 5 only. Villucs In S10.00 pair, Cnr only One lot ot chililrcns shoes, good solid leather, discontinued styles. Siies to 13 only. Values to 53.50. Only One lot of womcns high lop, high heel shocf, black and liroun. These shoes sold as high , as Sin.00 pair. Take 'cm :it I'air 25c Otic lot of u :^ small size bli. . ii, pointed toes, L'iicy \\~\\i give gowl Find your size ut Men's 16 In. Leather BOOTS Extra heavy soles wllh Mark Klk uppers, solid leather throughout. Sizes-fi to 11LK. About two dozen to clcsc cut. SG.Oj vnlucs at only Mens Oxfords lllark mid inn solid Icnthcr nNfnrtls, ivitlr tors. Some I-'rktl- num-Slu'lby shoes in tliis fnl. All siirs new on hnnd. S2.05 anrl • S.^.n.i values. MEN'S SUITS $1/160 These, suits arc iiunu'.icliired by Knickerbocker (lothin ff Co., makers of Famous Vnle brand, hand tailored, most of them Kilh two piirs of pints—(he popular 2 button models—tomlsts of xvor- slcds, serges and luvcds. Itegular price S:!.7.i. One and two of a kind, but all sixes in the lot good styles and patterns, values to ij>18.00. About fifty suits in this lot. While they last,. 14 $O90 Boy's $9.95 Suits din lot of boys Ions pants suits, sizes Gfo 1G ytMrs, In nit wool CIS- men's, nice patterns. These sold for $6.95 to $9.9S. For -close out, Boy's Long Pants lu sizes (en Io scvcn- lecn. One ':lg regular pricei S2.50 lo S.1.50. While they last at only 1LL Men's Dress Pants Values to 51.93. All wool casmcres and fancy tweeds, wide bottoms. Sizes 28 waist Io 33 waist only. Regular prices S2.05 to S1.9J. For quick close $ 1 YORK ST

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