The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1933 · Page 3
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BIiYTHEVIU.E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE I Prison Brought Him $1.000,000 Outrages Reported Today jj from ^ennsylvania and ! I:ir!ii| v'i Strike Zones. x :-.CfxANVON, pa.. Oct. 12. iUP) —'I'::-? Jain ijonib outrage in ihe S-.ismaii a:f-a sine'.' UX: declare- ' tioii ui :ui oLiilav; bivikf n^itnsi M)II cod C'>:npa:iv mines. ;<xhy do- ij;olis::tHl a uiK-k pas'lfc! iK-?.r '.lie home of 11 mlm'r \vho line! ;lufied Thf 1 bi t IK- tO'Jny. miner. Filward K. p-jr.isi:m. tekfl-s hnd ibroaU-m-J his lift- in'.'MKh'd '.•> ^o Inck to '.vork Tim tc.ria Uumlfs in Imlunu I.nVA-: I'l-J., Oil. 12 'UP - rx.Mibs i-xpl.-d- ti in SuJH . m:u'k:!v.j :i m u: outbreak in 0." rtg.hi b''l\VL^:i union and nonunion co:il rr.i/'.orjv Oni, 1 t>: i lie bu:uhs ir.vake patients at the Mary Shi?vm:iii Jio.-intut nr.ii residf-nts of a nearby '• ij'jlfl bu'. no cluiv.iij-'c.' wns report t'd and officials '.vcre unable to (k-itr- msjif ju.sl vrhorc the bombs TVI-M.' t)irov:n. The- hombmes followed by n fcv: hour.-; a decision of many tmicn ivjrher.s to ctil! off a proposed Mineral sUik<; and u-turn to vo:-k. Officials fenrf-d that the new outbreak again would .start n Citation !ur iho Mrike. draft on Urolhor* Am Foalurrd In Car MvtTtisomenl FVyir local hrolliers. Rcsroc, .Urn. ilolpn nntl Runcvt Crnfton, all of \vhnni drive llio famo lypc and make of nntomoljilo. will Ui> the subject of a nrulonnl Dodge Bro tiiMs advcrtUcmoni lo appear soon In ne'vspapfi's in nil mnior lili-l II. II, l>iS>:- •inworlli [iCiiil'Mi- liecame ivi«-inl^- ere vc-lci^cil. lliKi" nl :> jol) in his ail- n'rn. Ilii-'f-liw wus iMUl.v am! Wl :l tliird of lib S3.000.000 ••stn.le ID llin man who was Ijis fricuil ill prison. W«r* now is !>resi- Auicrlfnn cl'ic«. orcnrclinfr to W T. nnrneil, local IWclvtP drfllor. ^fr. Barm-It said lie Jim' li^'n i inforrafrt bv an official of the ! motor cnrniianv Dint n nhoiodranl I «f HIP Crnftons and tlloii 1 Dwle ; unrs would DC "sfd »s Hie bnsi j of an iidveriisi'ini'iu 10 l>c pub li'hctl in newsiowrt In cities o •moiT than 'J50.000 |K>p'.ilntlo:i ' While only llirco of the Craf- iton bvoilipi-s uctually live here now. , Roscoc U 11 former rrsldcm of Blyihcvillo anil Ls well known ilwac. He is now in business 1" ", Little Hock. Jim. Adolnh and nup- ' erl all moke liirlr homt'S hero and . an- engaged in the wholesale bus- i iiii'ss. All four of the brothers now I drive DoilBi- business coupes of (lie ; same model. ! Mr. Harriett said lie was unable : 10" learn the dale Hie advrrtlsc- ini'iil is 10 appear but said lie be- liei-td il would be published soon. Taste o( Water Leads Salmon to Birthplace PORTLAND, Ore. lUP) - PTOOt iliat .snlmon return to llwlr birthplaces 1C spawn was found when ,000 big Royal Chinook salmon eturnfil to the Bconevlllc stale intcliery. The flsli nvprajc 30 pounds, Wlien released In tliu Columbia iver four veins ago they were bin 2'i Inches lone. An acute taste of water, rather than eytslght, or a gcosraphlc eel vet! n bronze medal from the Italian govcrnuioiil Usued by royal decree. Hucy, wlio resides In Kew Or- Icmu, was 1? when lie rc.wuert a Turk who tried to Asvm himself by temping from the mil ol a steamship on which th* Oileanlin wns a pfl'scnger, tu the vessel was leaving Naples. Several months after the incl- denl. Huey received a long letter from Haslin. written In French thiinklni; him for saving hi.s life etc.. the arms, mnnllions which CiPrrr.Miy has plthe icnsi', l«l llio big IWi back 'o|i lEmie< i ovi , r U) ,)i< 'Alii", or (tc iheir blrlliplaco.s. accortlng I»|, lr0 j,.o „,,. u.ooo nlvplniics. '» HiiBh C. Mllrtirll, nsli ciiHure ill-' .mji'iinrinrs, 83 torjmlo bonls, 0, rector of ihs> stale g«»u- coinmis-! , 000(IO rm( , s .,, 1(1 s ,, u ,]| 1M . ms „„ ?ion - j '.07.000 HHichiii-.' anas Italy Honors Bravery ; While other laxatives liav Of New Orleans Student , come and e° ne - mcrea --- ! numbers of men and wome NEW ORLEANS (UP)— For an;. .. act of v,,io : - periormed two years 'Have continued to use the ago. Arihui- s. jiney. Jr., 19, siu- ! reliable, purely vegetabl BLACK-DRAUGHT tow 1 Lives in Olass House i ABERDEEN. Wash. lUi'i— J«st ' married and living in a glass liause. : When Oile Mend took to wile Sa': die McQuarrie. they went to Mead's i forest lookout station to make Inclr i home. Einhroidered Ribbon Bookmarks Exhibited WKBSTER. Mass, tc-.-estins; collection 'UP)- An iti- i-lblion- .slruamer bonkmE>r'f:s. fome' of dp.tinu nar-k 10 l!ie narly part of ilw ISth Century, were exhibited iiore reccmly. ftime b'jre such embroidered mouoes ;is "i-\)ri;et Me Not," ••Clin<; Noi lo Eartli," nnil "Eeai- the Cross and Wear Hie Crown." Oilier^ had designs of a h;irv, ;i a ero:^. and ul>ser religious . . .The New Aid in PREVENTING Colds At that first nasal irritation — that first sniffle or sneeze -apply Vicks Nose ft Throat Drops. Used in time, they help you to avoid many colds altogether. its -::&:,:•:••..-•'' - **' DROPS CASH GROCERY . .PHONE = 603 Free Delivery F**e Delivery SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Wrapped, In Piece Ib. 10'c C 1 A r*f7 l' l|rt ' !>(>rli 1A^ ^Aiih it- 1" F ROAST " rtak l 6 T . C IK RONES ,„.. 4 C STMK Beef. ...oin PORK ROAST SPARE RIBS nr T-I5one Mcatv Lb. Fresh Lb. W w W Large, Ib. lOc AND FRYERS E Urfje Hciid CH) KiK-h U2 '17' Grcun Heads OC lE 1,1). J FISH AND OYSTERS POTATOES V kRes ' SALMON D 1S:-ve. R ! ick t>D ;»n ZD !4Ib. Sack 29c Hod (1LEO Puiilv Nut Vacuum <1t- packed, i.h. ois an DI7AC I'hillips. I'ctil 1'ois I L/\i3 No. 2 C RAISINS TOMATO Wew Libbys, Choice, No. 2\ Can PANf AKF Kl ' ol . iH '')!! s - 7^ I rtnl/rtllCi liury s. 2 I'k.us. ^J DPFADl Wx Dantlv. Sail DElliAU ' Risinit. I.IHI J| Or Spaghetti f-C 'ackagc J FLOUR SOAP CHIPS QB ' t vs:ar i SALAD 1(1 Lb. Cloth Hags CAp BIRD French s JA1 JutlsEED Box LLl\i HART SCHAFFNER & MARX \Jommi ommion les rrHEY'REnew! They're equal-*- ]y at home behind a mahogany desk or in front of a golf foursome . . . because of a very deft combination of good style and crisp, sturdy wool. There's no ,shine in this interesting, durable fabric/In terms of the crisp, lasting style, of the new colors and the new patterns we are "now showing, Dominion Crasher, with 72 Bench Tailoring features represent one of the greatest values it has ever been our privilege,to offer you NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Only 19 Days left to visit the Century of Progress, Chicago. The Talk of the Town Everywhere you go they ave talking about the beautiful showing of Dresses, Coats and Hats we are showing here this Fall for women and misses ... in our 30-years of business in Blytheville we have never had so complete assortments as are now on display .. we want you to come in and see for yourself what pretty dresses and coats you can get here for a very little money ... TTv? y-?v?v> &:•&•' In this day when money can't he stretched us far as it..used to be, one has to be sure they're getting the very most from every dollar they spend. One look at these coats and dresses will show you that money never went farther. New Fall and Winter DRESSES >5 tQ $>T.75 Luxuriously Furred COATS 5^$' CHILDREN'S DRESSES Novelty Slippers Ladies' Oxfords $1.98 to $A.95 Dashing New Millinery $1 .98 to $0.98 We've looked after the Men, too! By obtaining the finest assortment of new patterned Suits that it lias ever henn our pleasure to show . . . The patterns, the stylings, the fabrics :md the prices arc outstanding . . . \Vc invite your inspection. Men's Suits Boys' Suits .75 1.95 to , to 1.75 1 A.95 Men's HatS MensOxfords .39 to r.oo JOE ISAACS, me. Has Served You Right Since 1902

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