The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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THURSDAY. MARCH '5, 1931 P.lY'fHEVlUJS, (ARK.) COUU1ER NEWS 4-II (!ll|])S /Vl'6 i UU5S tllc rcs " lls ol " le Mnrlnmm !| _" " .. .experiment station. l'jlltf'rillJ£ (j|)Oll i Since tlif Marlanna station !s the i| . D I : station Uiat serves this section o! j \ ActlYO odlSOll i lllc slalc n11 farmers should be in-1 .terested in ihe results of lliat sta-|l ,_. , , ,„ tlun. Cotton, corn, soybeans, iinyii file Instruction of Girls and Boys an(i olner c s wi ;| ^ ,ii^ nrst , • 4-H clubs and the Women's clubs as lo thc mellltx , ' o£ rvrtili^Uon' ; throughout Mississippi county is vai . UU( , 5 _ cl ,i turc allcl u£es . Th , aub . . continuing with Miss Cora Lee Cole- lic js mvkcd . 0 attol(1 and ;„„. I man. home demonstration agent. morc o[ [h .. lr e v,,; r i ment station. : and J. E. Critz. agricultural In charge of Uio activities in the CiiU-kisan'bj district. This meeting Is one of a sjrics! o! meetings Unit is bcine held un- ] ,, . der Ihe direction of E, Y. I-'ilc.i, vo-! At these montlily meetings dun- , callon!ll agricultural Instructor in; enstrstUms-nnd talks an e-iv-| U , U wl!soll school en on ilie propsr methods ol plant- .1:3. care of puii'try and plans dii- (i;ss£d for the observance o! B-.-t* !•>.' Hones Week in April. , In till', week the Armorel 4-H New York Cotton vaib v:as visited NF:W YORK, March 5. Monday. Bro'.vu Cclton closed steady. Doc J:ui uiul Hall MODII clubi held iiieetlngs 'IVesclay, and Wednesday Mar. the I,ii!i;ra Wo:nen's club met. Tlie May Nodcna Women's dill) Is meetln;; July •flnnsda)-. Filday the Dyll and Oct. Peny 4-H clubs will meet, and Uio 1'erry Women's club mcetin- v;ill fol!o:v iliese gatlu-vlnjs. 1'hat iniorest is En?re:uL:v.; is ev- . idenced by the activities of the 4-H club numbers who are planting' cotton, corn, soy beau» ,p?aiuits and alfalla. liesides iinidcn i uc:s and the raising of pauliry hogs. Open High 1123 11-25 1110 1H9 1169 1173 1198 1203 1219 1223 1228 1230 Low 1111 1133 1157 1187 1205 1211 (Ul 1 )— I Close 1113 1U7 lliil 1189 1209 1211 S|»is quiet at 1125. off 5. New fi C<)ttOH y Will Tell o{ Marianna ' Experiment Station Work WILSON, Ark— E. B. Whillaker, assistant director of the branch ex- peiiment station at Marianna, will be the principal speaker at a NEW ORLEANS, March 5. (UP) —Coiton closed steady. I Open High LD\V Close I Mar 1121 1125 1111 May .... 1145 1140 J133 July .... 1170 1113 11G1 Oct 1199 1202 H85 Dec 1218 1220 1208 Jan i Spots steady at 1091, oil C. 1116 113G 1)50 USD 1207b Al its present rale of production | Russia can supply the world with ( ing for farmers at tnc Wilson liiyh | moie than 1.200,000 long tons of school building Thursday ntght.'i manganese ore annually. How One Woman Lost 29 Pounds of Fat Lost Her Double Chin Lost Her Prominent Hips Lost Her SIuK^ishness (i.iincJ Physical Vifioi Oained in A'ivaciuu^ness Gained in Shapely Figure try and faltv meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar —In 3 weeks eet on Ihe scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained in energy—your skin is clearer— your eyes sparkle with glorious If you're [at—remove the cause!; health—you feel younger in body KRUSCHEN SALTS contain thej_ keencr in mind RRUSCHEN G mineral salts your body organ,, j will givc ally fat y. [sall a j 0 -, ulu tinnds and nerves should have toj £ur p r iie. fimclion properly. j Get an 55c bottle of KRUSCHEN When your vital organs fail to 1 . sMJTS ' at KIRDY DHUO CO psrform their work correct!y-yoi,q lllsts 4 VV eeks). If this first bottle biw^ls and k:c!n:ys can't throw off, doesn'l conrince you this is the tiiat waste material—before you tas j c st, safest and surest way to realize ic-you'rc "rowing- hideously j loEe fat _if you do]1 ' L [e cl a su- fat . ! perb imprcvemcnt in health—so Taie half a teaspoonfiil of KRU-1 gloriously energetic — vigorously ECHEN SALTS in a glass of hot iaiivc—sour money gladly returned. . - ,vater every morning—cut out pas- ; —Adv. G-l HESS is announcing the most drastic low prices on brand new up-to-the-minute Spring Merchandise. We cordially invite you to inspect our New Spring Lines. The most wonderful values you have ever witnc-ssed. Ke sure and read our double page cir- cuWr which will be delivered at your home. lie Sure and Come— . Ladies §9.<)5 and §12.50 SILK DRESSES New shipment of Spring Dresses and Coats received Special for this sale. A biff assortment to select from. One lot of Ladies' Spring Silk Dresses in solid crepes and prints. A Beautiful ranges-all new —regular price SG.75 to $7.50. Sale price Wash Dressss Ladie's 9ac Print. Guarantee:! Fast Color A new one free if it fad:s —H i K Selection. Choice (Same as above) Children's Wash Dresses -15 PAGE • Childrens' Men's Sox Coveralls Bovs" Dress $1.25 and §1.50 Ladies Hose Pure Thread Silk—Full Fashion A11 perfect in N o \v Spring Shades. Spring opening sale price The New Fad ShortJackets Karminc for the Miss—Very new and practical in all the n .<? w wanted shades. SJ).95 values READY-TO-WEAR 111 Wrsl Main Blythcville, Ark. Sixes :i to House ChildiTns'. Men's Ties For a long, long time we've been planning (his ECONOMY SUCTION and now tl;i;k it is a reality \vo urcc you io come in and inspect this bargain center and see for yourself just how little you can purchase good merchandise for. At all times we will offer you new seasonable iteme of merchandise at the very lowest Prices. 72 x 90 Hcd Shci'l 39c is x :sc I'illow Cases 13c Mcns' Ribbed and Fleeced Shifts a n d Drawers 25c Nu-I'asiiioni'tl liias T;is>e All Colors 2 f01 15c Three l-'liiwcrs 69c .Golden Peucocil 39c 5c size Hair I'ins Dress Pins Safety PinS Hinds Almond Cream 29c 3c •vc Mennens ShiiyingCrejim Dainty Ladies' Handkerchiefs 3 r ° l lOc Friday, March 6 25c Kxlra Special SI I D'Loimi Face Powder 29c Fuce Powder t'otys, Armond Mcllu-Olo 89c Too(h Paste ipana, .Pepso- dvnt. Collates Karge, Squibbs Dental, Pobcco 33c .H5c Ponds Cleansing Vanishing Crenm 23c b'ac Ponds Cleansing Vanishing Cream 45c 500 Pair of Men's Dress Pants 39 Values to S5.93 15c Fast Color Prints Ends Values tu S2.00 for Children's Sweaters $1.50 Value, short sleeves, new spring- shades, Guaranteed all wool, sizes 26 to 34. Heautiful N c \v Spring C o !o rs. ' Thousands o f yards. Specially Priced, a t yard 19c Vat Dyed And Solid Colors. Baby patterns as well as the New Large Flower Designs, at yard aBaEBEC lOc Cheviots 3000 Yards of Cheviots, Priced at, Yard Towels 2 for 15c Cannons' Face Towels Regular 2f)e Si7c 2 for 25c EXTRA SPECIAL Rig Size Rrilliantinc- 16 Ounces Alcohol— J2 Ounces Ray Rum— '" 200 Pairs of At Economy Section Prices Leatherette House Slippers Wilh \i inch covered Heels in Blue, Red and Black Collar and Cuff Sets Lace, Linen, Organdy, Rayon, Newest Styles Extra Size, $1.95 Value Envelope and Zipper Styles NOVELTY BAGS In Leather and Novelty Silk 59c and 98c Bloomers, Step-Ins, Teddies, Princess Slips, Gowns, all priced at ULLiNERY Wonderful New Straws, AH Shapes DRESSES 25 §5.00 Dresses §2.98 You'll have to see them to appreciate the values

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