The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1930 · Page 3
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TUESDAY,_NOVEMBER 4, 1930 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Cotton rompr.2ss receipts at Bly- thevllle fell below 4,000 bales last, week, a::J were exceeded by four other Arkansas cit'.?s. Blytlieville ccn;ini:cs to occupy first place in receipt: far the season, however, although Pine Bluff and Little Rock have: made decided gains In recent weeks Rfcclpls for the state last week were 01,529 bales, which compares will) 71,558 the week previous and UI/756 the same week a year ago. Recclp's for the season total -176,419 against 871,114 for the mine verlo-i last. year. Foll'uing ;ire rcctpts his.1 week and for the season at leading Ar- k:imas ix ints: last for (he week :.eason LI 1 lie llock 7,297 43.048 Pine Bluff 0,154 .1G.2JO McGelice 5,127 21,830 West M..>nii)liis 4,100 39,937 Blytlieville 3,955, 50,782 Fort Smith 3,043 20,107 Hone 3,469 20,505 Texarkana 3,103 19,899 Helena 2,605 17,736 Elldora -... 2.009 23,335 Newport 1,823 14,218 Walnut Riuse 1,037 12.10J Conwsiy 1,450 10.510 weight champion, as co-defendant, Emory B. Bueknei 1 , Tumiey's counsel, argued that In, Joint defendant suits the verdict must V.? ajalnst oil or none of the defendants, pro- dueling a verdict iigninst the former champion. Justice Uniting promised (o consider the motion ever election day. Coast to Coast Flyer Forced Down in Arizona CASAS GRANDE, Ariz., Nov. 4. (UP)— Forced down by a deseri thunderstorm, Stanley Boynto:i. 18- year-old Massachusetts flyer, awaited clear weather today to continus his record attempting flight to the east coast. Bouitan left Las Angeles yesterday afternoon and, buffeted by headwinds, was foivrd to detccnd at Yinna, Ariz., for fuel, continuing his journey toward .Phoenix where he ran into the ! storm. . CO-EDS EARN S18.2CI MT. PLEASANT, Mich. (UP) — Co-eds at Central Stale Teachers' College here earned'$18.264.70 las! ear according to records oi the istltiition. Various roles were tak- ranging from housemaids 10 lunographers. Fn-nst City 1,419 21,437 JonesbDro 1,408 17,359 Pliillips Agents and Salesmen in, Conference Here About fifty dealers, agents and Ejlesmen of the Phillips Petroleum cc^nuany in southeast Missouri and northeast Arkansas met at the Hotel Noble today to hear talks br company officers and to discuss ? program for expansion of the company's business in this part of tlu country. Rny Woods of Bartlesville. Okla. was the chief speaker. His subject was sales promotion. Other official? here for the meeting v.-cr^e Pi-e-' Cordell. manager of the St. Loui division, Joe Burns and Harvej "Bench, assistant division managers N and Tom Snodgrass, special representative. The Phillips company, one of the younger of the- big gasoline and companies, has expanded with remarkable rapidity in recent months until now it serves a territory embracing one-fourth of the population of the United States. It is at present building a pips line fron the Oklahoma fields to Chicago one of the largest projects of tin kind ever undertaken by a petroleum company. PAGE THREE :theurn;itism And Indigestion Relieved liy New And Different Medicine of ,'!2 Ingredients. New Bad Check Charge Against Younger Cannon SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 4 (UP Maj. Richard M. Cannon, son o Bishop James Cannon jr of the Methodist Episcopal church South, was tn trouble agatn today on a charge of issuing a bad check. A svnrrant for his arrest signed by municipal Judge George J. Stoiger, charged Major Cannon with cashing a chick for $56.25 at thc> Sir Francis Drake hotel here that was later returned marked "no funds." Another check drawn for S50 was n't mentioned in the complaint. Major Cannon stoinud at the hotel September 22. His whereabouts at present was unknown. The dry leader's son has been in trouble since ho left a boys' school he !:ad teen running at El Monte. MR. C, D. BKEWER "My Etcmai-h a:rl kidneys trouo- .:! ir.D fcr It":- yinrs", caid Mr. O. D. Erewe.-. Hcuto No. 2. Inric- .•c::Scr::. "My back pained me bacily^airJ I vvac so constipated j !KaE f hbid to take cathardcs each nteh:. H^.cumntism in my arm" caused me a great deal of mis- iry and I uas in gentrally run Jown condilio::. 1 took Konjola i*u\ 2 short time when I was great- y irruroved. Fcod digests; my j back no longer pains me and my kidney action is normal. Even, rheumatism has been greatly relieved." The fore?c:n^ statement is in common with that of thousands of men and .women of all ages who have tried Konjola. Taken regularly over a six to eight week period, this master compound can do as much for 5'ou—for anyone. . > Konjola is slid, in Mlytlieville, Ar- j kansas at. Kirby Bruj Stores, and ! by all the b?it druggists in all) towns throughout this entire sec-1 tion. —Adv. I Detroit Real Estate Man Freed by Kidnapers DETROIT, Mich. Nov. 4 (UP) — Charles Kaier. 43. retired real estate dealer, was h-me today aftsr being liberated by kidnappers who held him captive since last Thursday. He was unharmed. Blackhand squad detectives who worked on the case and Kaier and his wife refused (o discuss the circumstances of his release. It was learned through a friend of the Kaier family, however, the real estate man was freed in Indianapolis sosnc time yesterday by abductors who had demanded rn:i- Dom. "Alfalfa BiU's Father Casts Ballot for Son OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 4 (UP) —U. D. T. Murray celebrated his 31st birthday today by voting for his "wayward" son. He is the fnth- T of wtniam H. "Alfalfa Dill" Murray the ";ngc of Tishomlngo" I nnd Democratic candidate for governor o! Oklahoma. The aged farmer moved about spryly. His beard is white and flowing. He recalled when he voted 70 years ago frr General Sim Houston "down In Tc::fts wh?re they get excited about, politics" Asked if he was going to listen to the returns over the radio the cltbr Murray snid: "No, we ride the Intcrurban to tcwn in these parts." Tunney Seeks Dismissal of Suit for $500,000 NEW YORK. No7. 4 (UP)-Jns-1 tics Piter Ilattiii? is expected to I rule tomorrow on Oene Tunney'sl motion to dismiss the $500 000 siilt i of Timothy J. Mara. I After the Justice ruled favorably i on a motion dismissing Billy Gib- i son, manoircr of the retir.?tl heavy- hifer Than You Ever Saw Them Before With LESS Rubbing Rub—rub—Tub—your firms tire and your back aches—yet you can't seem to get your clothes as white as you would like them. Sounnecesi'sry! Here is the- easier, better way. Shave a litllc "Standard" Parowrt*—one-fourth eakc-.-into the boiler with your clothes. It loosen* the <Jirt for you, does nwny *vilh t.ccd for excessive rubbina in (he wash lub, and make* the clothes r.-hitcr than you've ever ECCD Ihcm before! A Itaspoonful of hot Pnrowtx mixed with one-fourth pound of hot stirch malces linens snowy white, smooth, lustrous. Next tvash clay t ry iI fti: yo t*lf. Four big aUcks— -"*• 15c. At your dc«]*r's. PTAMJARD01L COVPAHT OF L Sudbury School R T. A. Profit Sharing SALE At the New Dixie Store Co. Wednesday & Thursday NOVEMBER 5th and 6th You ..->t only help yourself liv (;>kinjc ;uh;uUtffr of (hose l];ir»;;iins Wvdnesdiiv ;ind Thursday !>ul you-also lirb the SUDHURY'SCHOOL as members of the Sud- liui-y 1'. T. A. will operate .the store oa these two days :iml share in the re- c'eipls. • Regular $9.75 & $10 Dresses and Suits 2 $ For 15 Bring a Friend With You Li!k Drcrsos, Wool Dresses and Silk and Wool Kni'. Sails rire otlered In the above group. If you do net, need two garments for yourself biin. a friend wll.li you and both can se- •-ure a. nvil burgaui. ALL COATS Greatly Reduced 869.50 Goats Now 850.00 849.50 Coats Now' §33.75 829.75 Coats Now' $23.75 $24.75 Coats Now $19.75 Camels Hair Pile| Coats The regular price of these 100 .per c;nt camels hair pile : Coatfi ! Is f 14.75, tenure yours Wednesday or Thursday at $12 Squihbs I'cbcccu I'epsodonl FREE! FREE! \Vlth pnrchii.se of $5 or more in miy department. Broadcloth Toilet (IiKHls Specials Clioieu of tliesu Face Powders Cotys Armunds Mello Glo Houbigunta 85c 'lhn>« Flowers Powder ..G5c C5c Armnnds Ccld Crt.am 49c Hints Honey 4- Almond Cream 35^ Tooth Pastes 33c Llsterinc Tooth Taste ...13c Caslile So.ip 9c \Vcudbury's Soap 19c Society Itouqurt Soap, 3 for 25c Extra Special SI D'l.ormL Fate Powder 39c Guaranteed Washable and Sim Fart. For: Chtldren'n Drcfscs, House Frocks, I'ajamris, etc,— Pretty assortment of new prints mid solid colors suitable for ninny purposes. The model girls Dress mnde from this material, we Imvc the pal tern In stock for this model. 25c $1.98 Silks Flal Crcprs Canton Crepes Kitln Back t'rrpcs il.69 Yd. Corgcoiis BOW winter prints anil solid colors of dark brown, . dark red and dark green, also pastel shades. With each S3.50 purchase of miy piece Goods. Children's Winter Coats A large group of Children's Coats. In most nil sizes, some with fur trimmings and some tailored styles. Every one a real bargain. ' $1.98 Phoenix Silk Hose The new Dull Sheer Chiffon, regular §1.95 quality, Wednesday and Thursday Sudbury School P. T. A. Price $1.49 Sul)-st«iiKlanls of the above Phoenix §1.0F> hose, will give excellent service SLdtmry Schcol P. T. A. 1'iiec """" $1.10 Sub-standards of regular $1 ho.=c, all colors, a real value, pair Sudbury School P. T. A. Price 69c Women's Sweaters Slightly soiled, Slitnover styles, all w(iol and silk and wool;- fancy pat- lunis. Sudburv School 1'. T. A. Price 7Sc House Dresses Guaranteed fast colors, long sleeve styles, pretty' prints ••• Sudbury School I 1 . T. A. Trice Silk Lingerie for Xmas Gifts A beautiful cssortment ol pure silk crop: Undies in both tailored nnd lace trim- n:«l stiles. Ideal for GUIs :ind priced to save you money for Wednesday and Thursday. . Gowns Teddies Slips Dancettes French Panties Track I'ants Hope Domestic Suclburj Scbnol r. T. A. Price Vd lOc 36 Inch Prints Sudbury School I'. T. A. Trice Yd. lOc Queen Quality Shoes Regular $ $6 Values 5 Buster Prown Shoes /iko Brown Welt Shoes for Children. $1.75 to $1.08 values. $1.59 $2.98 values $2.59 $3.95 and S4.50 values $2.98 200 Pair Children's Shoes 'Children's high shoes, stitch, riowns Rnd turn soles. $1 Ladie'sHats $1.08 and ?2.98 values, Close out of Transparent Velvets :\nd Felts. Suduury School P. T. A. Price 98c Table Damask 60 inches wide, good quality, colored borders. Sudbury School P. T. A. Price 49c Luncheon Cloths Linen finish, fancy borders, fast colors, napkins to match lOc. Sudbury School P. T. A. Price C/»'Wrens Minneapolis Underwear and Sleeping Garments 98c Quality High neck styles with long Blecves and long legs. Dutch Neck styles with elbow length sleevs and knee lengths. Dutch Neck styles with elbow length sleeve- and French legs. Sizes 1 to 12 for boys and girls. 85 Van Heusen SHIRTS $7.95 Vallit' 1.79 Beautiful range of new colors, also white. Lay in your supply now nt this low price. Flannelette Pajaina pattern flannelette for ladie's and children's pajamas. Suilbury School P. T. A. Price 23c Yd Outing Gowns Larpe assortment, all sixes. Sudhnry School P. T. A. Price 39 39 98 Wool Broadcloth 54 inches wide, an excellent quality, ?1.D8 value. Sudbury School P. T. A. Prke $1.79 The NEW DIXIE STORE CO. Operated Wednesday and Thursday by Sudbury P.T.A. Kuppenheimer SUITS They're New! They're Worth $37.50 Offered for Wednesday and Thursday at $ 29 50 Sold Over the World Over At $37.50 Never before have you had the opportunity to buy the Kuppwhetiner Crusader Suits at such a low price. Nationally advertised at $29.50. New winter niodelo and colors. AH Wool Blue Serge Suits at Here's an outstanding value. Not since 1912 have you seen an all wool blue serge suit al such a price. $11.95 BOYS SUITS Sizes 6 to 18 s Two fine groups of Boys suits In good patterns •and materials, well tailored, all sizes. A clow,, out at $O95and$f?95

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