The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
Page 6
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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1933 RLVBHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Robinson's Record for Reliable Drug S|f||u:^i .. , ———. 1 r ' ——' ' i. ^'T' • j'.. j'li. n Ji vi 1 '•' 'I 1 ' v .. J.'".—' "• mi^l - : Home of Robinson's For 12 Years Has.Earned Enviable Reputation in Drug Business Here. The oldest drug store serving the Blytheville community, Robinson's has had 18 years of reliable service in which more than 107.000 prescriptions have been compounded in its drug department, according to S. C, Owens, the present manager. Located • at the corner of Main and Railroad streets.' this dru" store has become a familiar landmark in the city's business district. It was established May 1, 1915. by Dr. F. A. Robinson and R. N Hill, who operated the store for almost 11. years. The store was at first located in an adjoining block on Main slreet, but moved to its present location about 12 years ago. Hai Modern Fountain ' While ' boasting a reputation for reliability, in the business of compounding '> dross, the store Is also well, known for. its modern fountain, •.service. 'This department is under.: Hhe', 1 supervision of B. F. Brojtiipn.'-'wjio 1 'ihas had a number of''-yeats : ---df- 'experience in this «nrk''-'.ta''1i:!!uxt8fa>d by S. P. LCC Seventeen Is Popular Line Of Cosmetics Observer LuqkJ Safely Alter L**< Pikt BELGRADE. the Royal Air Coetp««Uon Q«*r «d-a<Hr iyrcn-.yew* ol and no,* !» »f»dy. f* assorting to :,H» hert. The totyUon » for .— of the most popular lines tbe town of Mo^w rtewUjr re- 1*. 1.1, Bctor, _ f cosmetics sold in this territory celved an exhibition of tit* fly-' Unlvtrtlly, aJM .flr. i Seventeen, handled by Robin- ing which was strictly not on the,low* University. 'MI'S Drug stove for a number of program. Although the rules «X- ytars. pllcltly forbade stunting, a plane by t*l«' weed, line nf coMiictics Is ! t>i- one ot the most scientific and hour held th« crowd* :illsf:ictory developed. It includes with Its loopa, to approached the field and for an bjtathkaa Tlic new solution is expected to prove of great help to lh« medical wtfeulon, craay lireiir.rnllons for practically every climbing and hairbr»adlh diving. beauty requirement. Articles hand- when tlw machlnf (bully land| le<l by Roblnson'.s in this line In- ' ^ official* hastened to th» »pol cl'.iilo cleansinj. tissue, cold, foun- re&c iy to irrnt the airman. Ttv»re <l".linn nnd nntl-wvlnkle creains, WIS llo p[| 0 ( They uccttded. crcni" lotion, rtin freshener, as- ttlnQcnl, hand lotion, face powder,; sorvcrp Ucut • t he hall-unoon5Clou» ob- ttpm Uw route, creme rouge, lipstick, mas- . l!me After • ret toratlv»» k fanltich earn, eye shadow, perfume, toilet I told the that , — I, j ill tv lU bllU OSfcVUUM^l* V«*V»*« •»«••! raccr, sachet, dust Ing powder, tal- lhe p|(ot h4d ^ m ^^ awbiwcd i cum, toap and brllliantlnc. faMR hi* cTept) Ray \a tal B*raff»,- wly . Canaan Town'- ' editor. : potch to. .. this- weetmft'U to <harg« of the . memorial plaai, and, directing the- campaign to raise voluntary con-'," - •• '" armers Slay Deer To Protect Crop* HARRlBHURCi, Pa. (UP)— Deer are becoming so plentiful in Pennsylvania lhat farmers arc 1-avlng climculty protecting tlicir crops from the wild anlmnls. The Pennsylvania Game Commission reporlcd Hint for the first in the above photograph is shown BlylhevlUrt cld«l dru s store. Twelvu of Us 18 years of sen-tee '•™™™»«« * ""'.^ «£ to this comnmnity have been spent at the .tore's pretcnt location at 300 West Main street. One advan - ^^dee, klMb^fam.^to^pr^ age enjoyed by the store is its large parking space which extends along the east side of the store for hall same ^^ ]ast ycar hul 116 a block. Tills enables lhe store to give curb service to approximately 20 cars at one time. j wcrc kilted. when he lost control o\tr a nearby mountain ranfe,. and that be, Pan-, isch, although ntver hailing driven a plane befor*. took U» controls and^ endeavored to being tht plane In. His landing uteljr bordered on the nutaeuious, airmen said. Seattle Wbiipeii* Well Forecast* tke Weather SEATTlaK, (VV>—Uke jrandpa'j ache In hlj fcnut, residents of Bel- luvu* near heft »« able to forc- cut th» vcalhtr by a "whispering well." E. N. Stat, deputy county clerk, owns the well He fays it "exhales" It )a plapwq to <eeuie a great'. native boddtr tri the township,place rl 4 the atte.ot tt« peeW ing, and ertci « br»m* tabM de -... scrlbUf tbe ourpote 6! IN me-'- . •crtal. Ifarbafe hofa* that th>, miimrial can be dedicated on Oct.> 1. 1»M. 14 Mars after;. the d«t* of, the rally. ' •' LONDipN. .q^l iniry • plans ore New and Harnlesi Antiseptic Ready W1LLOUC1HBY. -Ohio. (UP) —A new antiseptic solution, 1,000 tiinc! as strong ue carbolic acid, and. yet which may be taken ' internally . without danger, has been- deyblpp-'president aaaa»; 1 with In* sound «f » lorig algh wh*n a (torn Is brurlu and nblspjrs new? of good «*•»>«• «Uh a low 'whee-eeatt" a» 11 tucks in air. The well is IJi fc*t dMpi and tte lower levels ue MemwrUl to (UP)— Pitllm- under way in Madison courtly fof the ereeUon of a! memorlbl. to the late Prcsj- deu'l warren .O. -fading at son's .Corrier; ' former Former ProMrw Prince i. ' Prwe» AvfnckB Jut MILWAUKEE. Wit. (UP) -i : LouJe Ferdinand, prince of Prussia ; and irandaon of the lonner Kai- srr. likes American Jan—if It-Is'-" not loo symphonic. • . • "f-"." S dance music there b nothing to compare with U," be deelarcd' 1 here recently. "Bat when It attempt* U} tnt«r tht field of sym~- ph«ny H ip »o. far evenhadwd • by our trulji great oompositlons that, it meeia tbe fate of eyery'- th(jjg which, pretends, ot a*nime», • to be what It Is not; it becomes' ridiculous." '?•"." •Th« prince was her* qn an in-_' apetuon : trip for the ford Moto> Company. - •/•••-'; SIS In-'dispenses a varietj of^coi4-'i drinks," sandwiches and l,he.'.-•weir •• known'' Fortune's pure qfeani 3fee • cl'eaii), manufactured In Meriipfiis'' : arul i kiibvvri as one of the most '.popular-.brands sold in the tri-"aVa\S;:;:Ordinarily, tlie fountain JiaV--available' trow, six to eight flavor's -• ox itbls' crejirn. j'" '-.''IfaiiaieV Standard Ltaes •.'Anjong^-the - well •'known lines of rrierchari'^ise sold-by Robinson's arc Mc'Keison's products, manufactured. :by the largest companv of its 'kind in the world. Squlbbs products, .Whitman's candies and. Seventeen and Armand cosmetics. Phaiina'ceuticals used in the drug department are all of the better grades, -supplied principally by Pirke'.Davis, Eli Lilly and Sharp and'Dblime. .'The''sere's;drugs, medicines and other.'.rterchUi'dise is" told "by "an experienced 1 staff. Mr. Owen lias been .in the, drug business for more than' 12 ; years,and is a reiis- tered ; pharmacist In several states. He has been-connected with various drug concerns in St. Louis, Cape. Glrardeau and Hayti, Mo. He'caine to the local store from Cape Girardeau where he was employed - at.' the Idanha Pharmacy. N: A. Spaulijirig, formerly connected • with trie Sawyer Pharmacy at Caruth'Ersv-lUe, and Leroy Jacobs of Iiltfle.'Rock.'.whp has had eight years experience in -the business and'who. ;has recently been em- ployed'bx-the-local- store, complete the'-saleS'-'staff. ff^^H^^fSfi «j0f ' • • • ' • I' '"-' ; '•••<*• Fill your medicine cabinet for fall and winter needs — These prices for Fri. Sat &Mon. When having your prescriptions filled be sure to get the best. In our prescription department the highest Quality Pharmaceuticals that can be bought. That insures you and yoift family Ifc getting the best at no more cost. j. : .-irv^n:*v^^v^'i^^ •• ' . , ' We dispense over our prescription counter Parke Davis, Eli Lilly and Sharpe are Chill Tonic 50c Size St. Regis (Blue) Razor Blades Girl, 11, Is Bride Of Man, 67 Groves' Chill Tonic 50c Value 34c 25c She I'WHip's Milk of Magnesia aOc Sue Chill Tonic 25c Si/.e Lnx Shadow Stripe Paper and Envelopes SYRUP PEPSIN KOTEX, 15c - 2 Boxes for Piiikham's Vegetable Compound C. C. PILLS, Dozen 5c CALOMEL TABLETS, Dozen 5c TOOTH PASTE, Colgates, 35c Size PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO, 58c Size w • Uf Mtttatlngjth'e 'marriage ot ill- ji«-«l^ 'Porittr. Taylor.'above, ' 0tiPiBbW«)!ey,rC*i;n -wiio.-l)e- •«4tnc tho-brld» otiT. J.- Halsell, 17, j; la i,» • r ; e c e B t • ceremony. • ChargesUIiatitlio chlld-brUe was nraded" tOjIIalsell by her' lather, -'»• t«MHt tarmer, tn btlng --• •'--" CASTILE SOAP, % Pound Bar 9c Russian Mineral Oil, Full Pint McKessons MLK of MAGNEaA, Full Pint MeKcssons SHAVING (MAM, Tube --RUBBING AHOHOL, Full Ptot Jfc McRessons RO^ HAIR OIU,Sc fe - - - 19c McRessons Mouth Wash And * ^^^W St. Regis RUBBER GLOVES, SOcValae--- WINEOFCARDU1 LILLY FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, SI W» of Magnesia tooth Paste 2 Tulws 33c. LYSOL, 60c Size St. UcRis Clocks Guiii'iinlctd NSO Lysol 30c Size : 19c The Reliable Drug .-<., " • -. Phones 444-205 - -

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