The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 6, 1936
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BI/yfHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER OFFERS Pi Farmers Invited lo Visit Marianna Experim e n t Farm on August 27 The annual visiting day nt the Ccllon Branch. Experiment Station, University at Arkansas College of Agriculture, will be held August 27. O study of (he experiments being conducted at the station, a .discussion of Hie Arkansas Agricultural program, mid a review of the work which has been done at the slallon farm Near Marianna are .scheduled on the tentative program for the day. An outstanding feature of the clay's program will be the presentation of tlic IDM Master Fumi- ers' medals, which will be made by L. A. NH'cii, associate editor of the Progressive Farmer and Soulli-: cm llurnllst. j Dan T. Gray, dean and director of .the CpllcBC of Agriculture, will Epeak on Arkansas agricultural program. B. n. Whitaker, assistant regional director, Heseltlemcnt Atl- niiiilstralhn, nnd formerly the assistant director In charge at the Cotton Branch Station, will review the experimental work and results oblalned since the station was established. A third speaker and further details of the program are yet to be announced. The. visiting, formers will make sn inspection loui 1 of the station farm,'visiting experiments hi cotton varieties, soy benn varieties, crop rotation, corn planting dates, summer legumes, cotton fertilization, pastures, home orchards, and cotton breeding. Lunch will be served on the Elation grounds at a nominal charge for (he benefit of visitors .who do not wish to bring their lunch. Special entertainment will feature the noon hour. 4-H Members Attend Fayetteville Club Camp The following 4-H Club, members from North Mississippi County are attending Hie State 4-H Club Camp tit FiiycUcville, Arkansas, August 3-7: Eldora Neal, Mary Kntherlnc Thompson, Harold Lloyd and John Franklin Holmes of Yarbro; Nell Dean Davis, Helen Ashalnanner, and Opal niggs from Ekron; Florence Densmore, Jioger Eoff, nnd R. n. Crawford of noil; Harmon Hatcher and Tommy Barnliart of Shady Grove; lien Craig, Hilly Craig, and Harold Wakeflold of lilythevlllc; Fern Blackshear, ol Lost Cane; Viola Ynrbro, of Promised Land and Elizabeth Raynes of Oosnell. The following local 'leaders arc making the trip: Mrs. lis-sie Davlil, Shady Grove, Mrs. W. H. Payne, of Ekron, and Miss Minnie 1'ostcr of lilyllicvillc. M 6UIBPRAY HE Aimnjfn nn BUO ! Timely Farm Jobs 1. Gelling the winter's wood supply, . . . 2. CiiUliiK off dllcli bunks niul fence rows. 3. Clennliig out, old tlllehes mid digging new ones. \. Hauling out barnyard manure.] 5. Building fences, nnd pulling! gnlcs on hinges. •'-. ••••-• .•-.-.-•;• 0. Planliiijf a full garden. 7. Storing plows and 'cultivators nflcr nil bright (surfaces hnvc been covered in oil or K|'eas« to prevent rusting. Watermelons Cost City FORT WORTH, Tex.' (UP) — Fort Worth's taste for watermelon Is adding to Its cost of. government. City Mnnugcr George Falr- trace recently 0|>ened bids on three new garbage trucks—made necessary by an Increase In watermelon rind collections. I s~ . Heart Courier News Want Ads. YOUR CARS BEARINGS Arc filled I ig h {. nnd Tight,, and— Unlil limy we iir they cannot, pound, and— If (hoy pound'you' Iinvc neglected J u I) nivitjoii, And— ' .Cars cost more than lubrienlion— —Let's Lubricate. PHILLIPS Service Center /•X^ 1 ^v muuii, roaches, I "-* and other in' sccis. Stainless. Mild, pleas- j nnt odor. '!9c pint nt neighborhood and depart- _J5HL men: stores and Good Gulf Dealers. GULFSPRAY INSECT KILLER FINAL REDUCTION We wish to Ihank our friends and patrons for Hie response to our pale which will close Saturday night, Aug. 8th, and to show our appreciation \vc will give some fiiiitl reductions for the last two days lhal will be of interest to the buying public. 1st All While Vilalily SHOES Sizes broken. $0.75 values. Your choice. All $4.50, 85 and ?5.50 While and White and Brown Combination SHOES Your choice for Friday only. $2.45 700 Yards JYI ILL ENDS In light weight crepes and woolens. Bough I for this sale. In fall colors. 3'/i lo 4'/2 dress lengths. Special. $1.98 and $2.69 All Summer Fell and Fabric HATS In white and novelty colors. ?1.!)8 to ?2.!)5 values. Your choice 69c and 98c All and Pastel Shades White Grope & Chiffon DRESSES $4.5)5 to $0.95 values. 81.79 to $4.98 Kabo Corsets and Corsclells Sfi.50 Garments • S3.!)8 SS.OO Garments - S3.40 Big reductions on other numbers. Buy now and save! NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram ft'dg. PKonc 951 Mississippi County's Finest Men's Store Oar Style "Picture"Must '•'•-• •• M . Change Every Season The men and young men of Blytheville and Mississippi County -know, our reputation for showing only brand-new merchandise •i^eacK season. Thai's why We make radical reductions on ; our remaining summer stocks. Mostly are broken sizes but man ... what values! Selections are best for you who come early. You can be completely outfitted for now and all next summer and save plenty! ' MEAD'S AUGUST Our entire stock of Summer HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Dixie Weave SUITS Here are the most fashionable, comfortable, coo!, and economical summer suits Blytheville has ever known and here they are reduced for quick clearance at worthwhile savings.^. Get for now' and for all next summer. $ one coaf and frousers DEEP REDUCTIONS ON ^FURNISHINGS HATS - SPORT SHOES - TROUSERS Wash" TROUSERS $J85 were $2.50 We'.ve sold hundreds of these nor>-shrink:ible. wash trousers this summer l)cc;iuse the style and quality are perfect. Others at" $U5, S2.15, 82.85 and §3.45. Polo I-' SHIRTS | 50c ; were $1 What a Ki'cat scleclion- of polo -shirks. (i;uich()' three hnllon styles in white and eanary. Kiiy- on short sleeves in .sev-, eral shades. All al one half off. What a liarjruin! Sport SHOES $050 were $5 Our entire slock ol" S'3 . Crosby Square two tone and white buck spoil shoes are included in this sale. Why not gel two for now and one for next sumuies' Our entire remaining stock of Stetson and Pedigree STRAWS and PANAMAS PRICE Silk NECKWEAR 65c were $1 All of our $t summery silks go in Ibis sale of fashion able neckwear. You'll find while and canary grounds with geometric -figures and many unusual patlerns. Dress SHIRTS Interwoven SOCKS were' $2,50 Make your select inn of Manhattan and Vukalux shirts w i C it non-wilt collars. Patterns a n d whiles. P 1 n i n collars or button down styles. Others §1.15—3 for §1. w«re 35c Go through your drawer of socks and toss o«l the darned ones for here you H'st famous Inler- wovcns al :! for §1! Gel al least a ln>\ or two. Sizes from 10 to 12. Many other bargains throughout OUT store!! MEADCLOTHINGCO. 315 WEST MAIN STREET Blytheville's Headquarters for Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes _THURSDAY, AUGUST C, 193J HUBBARDS Furniture Specials Can You Beat These Prices? We Think Not LET US FIGURE WITH YOU BEDROOM SUITE 3 piece BEDROOM SUITE, 4 piece Modernijtic__41 LIVING ROOM SUITE 2 l>iccc """'"• ° vcl ' sl " ffc " LIVING ROOM -SUITE 2 '"** A " >hilir - Iicaillif ""- y c °™* $49.9,5 BREAKFAST ROOM SUITE °'''^^Ti^r 'fTf 5 Piece, Walnut Extension Table KITCHEN CABINET, full size, green £ ivory $18.95 5 liurner Leonard Oil, Ituill in Oven 5 Kurner Florence Oil, Built in Oven $49.95 'ALL RANGES 25% OFF CAST RANGES, full 0 eye, black $24.75 CAST RANGES, full 6 eye, semi-porcelain I34JO PI1ILCQ RADIOS PHILCC; battery set, complete $39|5 PHILCO, electric set, complete ! electric set, in handsome cabinet $30.75 CONGOLFUM RUGS RUGS, Gold Seal, 9 x 12 $5.95 RUGS, Carthage, S x 12 $3.95 PABCO, Pelt Rase, good quality, sq. yd. 39c GOLD SEAL, Felt Base, sq. yd. 65c MATTRESS, 45. Ib" cotton $3.95 MATTRESS, 55 Ib. plaited felt, box edge $7.95 SLUMBER KING MATTRESS Simmons Innerspring BEAUTYBEST MATTRESS, inner spring $»JB MATTRESS, Sanitary innerspring folding coil SPRING coil with metal frame $4.75 Axminister, 8 x-12, $24.95 , 9 x 12, heavy pile $29.75 RUGS, Axminister, 9 x 12 extra heavy quality $39.95 LAMP SPECIAL TABLE LAMPS T '^ e 12 Inch " Com "' etc Wi< " Sh "" c HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Blytheville, Ark.

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