The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1935 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 23, 1935
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I PAGE SFX Cooler, Holland Winners of Premiscol; CouiHy Tournament jJjl.iVTnBVlT..LE > .(ARK < ) : .:COURIER NEWS Porker Ace Out SEES PHILLIES , Blylhftvillc Slighl Favorite; COOTEH, Mo. <S|KCliil»-]ieforc a crowd of nearly 1,000 fans llic Cooler <;ii)s iii») nallnml tey« «-<m lilies III [In: llnnls Of lilt: IVml- Scol ((jmiLy Imkrlljall toitriiDinwil hole hist night. ; 'Hi? p:ickrit housr made live jjolnUs In the third quarter while b,"prlni> miide only Cmii 1 losinif !•) lo III. Tlii' C'uoliT ulils were priwnleci Irc'jihli'.s for winning places l» Hie lounifimi nl iinr] the county ' rind the llnyll (! |rls for «ehdol Chlckasaws niul the Shawnee Indians will meet In the minis «t the boys division, ami Hie I.ux- om girls and Wilson ijirls In minis. at tiustr Illrisio/i In ilie Mis- >lKipni county 'Spiilor high basket- b.ill tournament, .at Qsccohi l>> nighl. '..' ;,'-, Toniftlil's play , wj!l start lit 7 o'clock wilh UiB-iflrV fimil (lie first game on tin: program. The boys linn) follow and then the games between losers In each division of tlic finals and consolation winnm for second pliicc provided (ho consolation winners play. Cooler pucod Hnyli throughout tlie (Iris' uajMi' e.vw.-jit for a f<>iv minutes ne?,r th<> end of the il.jrd qimricr. With three minute's to Way Cooler led 21! (o as and then moeccdrd to nllu up four m0 n> ixihus. making Ihe jjame cerinln. 1-oiiB range uoal shooting by Cooler overcame a close knit goal defense by Hayli. The toys' ijninc wns nvpn inmc of :i nip and luck affnlr. At the end of the first mumer Ucerlng led, -I to :i. Lhe teams were tied, 7-7, and ai Ihe end of llio Ihird period the score wus knotted have not picilonsly been defeated by thf same teams Ihey would meet: in the clash for rnnniT-up posl'iorj. Blytheville .smashed Osccola In ' ^ Impressive fashion -in one boyx'.'."'"'' nin(; Keller's .semi-final this morning'by a score wllso ". H lo II. of 39 lo 17. in the other .semi- Blylhcvillc rji) PCS. final game Manila gave Shawnen runic r At Ihe halfway tnnrt: Holland tenmiiinic. Watson, ac'comlcd foi tli<j oihei' six, The line-up<;: Cooler (30) I). narncit 21 WiiLson fi tl. ijnmetl Webster McC'ny Casilemim Holland il-n Cohcion Fowler I! Kcnley 4 sintoii a 'I'aylor . Oiris I'os. C C (I llojs I'm, i-' K a hard fight lictore losing, 20 to "Mns'cy (i 2-1. Manila has been the dark- K°chlcr 18 hoiso of Hie tournament all the '''hilon I way and Is favored lo win the BlnL 'kwell consolation braclket play and jyxs- Baxter sibiy a chance lo play for run- R "" h " ner-up iiosltlon tonight. In the girls play Lnxora brcsxjd through first and second round victories' in impressive fasiilon tti become Hie favorite In tonight's clmmtionthip till. Tlic Luxorans _ , . bested the Manila girls, 33 lo 111 , ^ ohns " Friday aftel-noon and polished off '' , core ' Shanncc's lassies in a Friday night lY £! K011 sem!-f>n,il. 29 to 17. Wilson ex- £' .~ l)ok pcncnced little trouble in diiinosinK -': Mor R"" of Osccola, 24 to a, In Hie first P C G G fi. Moslcy Burns (•Iris Hrnjl-Pinals Kelsor O3) urn. D. Montconic-iy Chllds boys dcfeatec Dell 118) Stucy llorcn Delbrldgt Wall Gill 1 liaiiBhindii 7 Urownleu Crawford Carpcnler C Moore , , e rs round, tjiil round Reiser difficult ° n '"viicc (17) opposition in lh» semi-final round. ulnulng 19 to 13. The Luxora-Shawnce girls Ramn wns much clo.=cr than the scoii! indlcalesAvhc kail chaiiglnn hands many times before Luxora pulled jepidly away in the lost three or four minutes of play. A. Ocorne, „, , .Clark fi Walts 12 Marllndale 2 Strcetcr Douglas Elslnnclcv Speck . Luxora (20) Graham 5 A. Gcorffc 10 Luxora suhstilutc, sent into Ihe fo " mv: play late , t in the game, scored 10 BlyLhevlllc po.nts to. share scoring honors H.'.Maslcyi f for Lu\ora with M. George. Nen) p ">'llc, f of Shawnce made u points..' : Koehlcr, c Blytheville's Chickasaws lurncd nj pt ? n ' B In a fast performance by beating "."., e "' 6 Dell, predicted lourney darkhorse, =' U| P! 1 J f In a first loimd game Friday i)"^ 01 '- c ni!!ht, 31 lo J8. Koclilcr, Blythe- „ " Tosl « r . f ville center, performed in scnsn- limus . f tional fashion, amassing IR points for the [Jeadln? : individual effoft - lul of Die first day's play. ,- -. • . "Osccoln Shawitce swamped tlie Leachville. McD <"ui'rt, f boys Under a 35 to (i score In"the--f3, e ' r first round. SjKck, big Shn'wnej i i ghl ' r ' center, accounted for : , 12 points " ' as; Ihe Joinei consolidated school Richards . M. Ocorgo 10 Lynch Byrd B. Howard Results of the boys' scml-finuls ,i mn , Musl( ,t Pg PI Pf '11 1113 •1119 002 By. Harry Graysori Chance Hun is conceded a line chance of becoming Ihe first colt to win bolh the Futurity and Kentucky Derby. Chance Sun bred from the slow- developing Pair piny line, figures lo Hash his best form as a 3-year- n r> u 39 big and ungainly son of Chance shot was beiilcn plenty of times In his juvenile campaign, which, oddly enough, history .shows :o lie a point in his favor. Chance Sim won the Funnily and another ilgh class event, the Grand Union Hotel. .Stakes, both In the mud. Joseph E. Wldcner's candidate gave iiiinlslakable signs of being the nost formidable mud runner since lead Play, which came from the iame line. One of the two outstanding s>•car-olds of 1934, liallaclicr, has :cen injured, and Is out of Ihu Derby, leaving uoxttiorn. who was qi.te good, lo carry Col. Edward illey Urndlcy's colors. Tlie other, 'sychic Uld, will attempt to dupli- alc last May's performance of his llustrious stablcmalc, Cavalcade. Don't be surprised if tlic' Derby i winner and 3-ycar-old ciiamplon 'of ia:!5 comes from the'ranks of the obscure, however. That's where FAYRTTEVILLE, Feb. 22,—Toft aln and leading scorer, is in tl anag'cr Wilson _.„_,„ They're No Longer Floys and Doormats Deerlng Mill-hell .| Murphy :i KV VMH. p. KI.1.1S Unite, |> ross Sl;lff corrfsnondcnt I'HILADFXPllIA (UPl-The day of flops Is over for the Phillies, and Deelmilni; with the 1935 season Die team v ,'ll! command the respect of alt other Nation!,] League clubs. Thiis opines : Mnniicer . Jimmy Wilson, whoso.«chief nontenants lun-k him up with iniicli jcuslo nnd lirayado. "As we av)aIt the .start of "onr Irnlnliie trip to the south, I be- Inve tho team will lx> SO per cent. slrniiKor this year," Wilson said. "J have a dozen men "who will nakc the .league take us more seriously this season." The Philly pilot meant his staff for the most part,. I-auils Davis "Curt Davis needs no boosting. Moreover, he was a find last season. I couldn't count him as one or (he pitchers with which we jfnrtcd '31 training,' but he dc•" ilson sold. cited Phil Collins, Syl ucl Moore and Snipe llansen as men on whom he will depend mitcfi during' 19:15 (o win iielr share of games. "That much we have to start the Wilson added, "as Advertisements *!?,F™ MEMPHIS BUSINESS FIRMS ?s, Wholesale Eslahlislmicnts, FnolorlcK. [jia{tlulion« nn ,i rlheasl Arkansas will, Siun.lics, Krinlpmonl, Sdn-icos ami Tri-State Armature. &,Klee. Wks. Motors Rold^ftcpaired & tiebuill . Where molar repairing receives expert attention l.s nt the Trl-Slalc Armature & Electrical Works, of 327 East, Jliitlcr Avo., Memphis, telephone G-07EO, electric tpcdiiliBts. This confer catering to ' electri new and used motors Is carried fully guaranteed ( 0 j»rfnrni .successful .service. This concern is also In the market to buy uwrt power motors O f cv ,,,. y doscriplion and generator repairs for many yen and Is held in high esteem i>y hast of satisfied customers. tic-crn has been line .highest market prices will'be 1C motor am! | paid for them. The breaking down years, j of motor king Kenenilor often Jiiil.ldlni; nr .slrucLmc. All Venetian-' kllnd ivi|uljTiijeiil.'( can be Killsfiei! heiy'ln an admirable manner. The Chears niiiliiiiig Specialty Co :.would' he jjlad to furujsh estimates, without any obligations whnlsoevei-' oh Venetian blinds In any sizes', or stylos, as well as on screens of alt Knrls, wr-allKT'-s'.rips ami on many other lines of msrchnn-: dise carried hero thai add to the'- comfort and attractiveness , of homes and |>ubllc buildings.' r,\ll a [ causes serious Inconvenience Her,, mot™, are remind and put I moment, "Ind the p ub™ » ^ur, n conrill.on lo perform hard and Hint none but experts nr- en lonis service. Upsides, a stock of'ployed. James J. Carrigan & Co.—Wholesamc Fish To Food Markets, Restaurants, Klc. A noted v.-holesale. fish concern i from the sc-a const. Orders catsriug lo tlic Irnde is the James |l)i'0iiip[|y shipped either by express 4, CfliTlgan ft Co., of 584 Tfcr- nando, St., McmphL 1 !. this firm handles a wide variety of fisli and sea fcod that represent the best iii'the mnrket. Whatever the requirements may be in Ihe furnishing of fish of every description, they may be admirably satisfied' iiere. shipments ore made to all points in northeastern Arkansas ind all orders, wliether. large or small, are given prompt attention. .foody, miversily Inflrijjary suffering from had only Collins, Ed Ifuiiny, Jj m Elliott. Hrmsen nnd Auslin Moore . "Holley, getting on in years, just came to tlie end of his abilities year when, we Restaurants, hotels, clubs, etc., arc lilp injury, It. out. So Jumbo ay by Glen :ctball coach, The Arkansas learn i < minus the services of Moody In ! toiithern Methodist University at irip soi )allas last night and tonight. 1C ambltioi "- Ellioll. Moore didn't care lo pilch Ukes Hookies Wilson takes much pride in a ho will make the the team, from Gs ab:o supplied with the best" quality fish, such as white and.yellow perch, karp, boneless herring, diet of haddock, halibut, fresh-water and pop-eye mullet, 'channel catfish,, frog legs., sln-lmp, oysters etc. The products of (his company have always been known for llieir freshness, nut taste and high quality. Daily, shipments are received or transportation company. U nd (he assurance is given that customers will receive entire satisfaction. All that Is necessary Is 4,1 telephone or write to James J. Carrigtm.&'.'Cp., 584 Hernando SI.," Memphis, telephone 8-4147, staling the kind and amount of fish, desired,'and such consignment will bc shipped with "quick ' disp'alch. Tlie service is efficient and courteous. The company is 'known for integrity, reliability and fair dealings, whatever the supplies may te needed in fish and sea foods, Ihey cnn be procured .here Much. Co.— Addiny Pre.mincnlly known in the ne*ji of calculating, adding nndj check writing machines is the Moi;-i roe Calculating Machine Co., located in tin! Usrmon Bldg., This company Is |he sole I' distributor in this territory off •Monroe-Gardner adding and book-f keeping machines, as. well as Mp'n- i roc.Calculator., and Dc-finncc Check " Signers and Writers. Here cnl- , dilating machines are handled to f suit the business. needs of all kinds of '= Adding machines may > wholesale esinb.'tahnie; -nts, and there ; tall . variety and assortment. Restores, food markets, etc., will find it lo their advantage to place their orders with James .). Csr- rigan Si Co. Listen to "The Old Skipper" Radio station WMBB every Wednesday cvcnlne at 7:15 p. M. [_ -...•••»iw.jiw> ( ii:iu uici u is. a model to be had for every i Purpose. Defiance check Writers ?£, k ," OW1 ' ">'• their simple opera- on, long life and sturdy conslruc- .;„. „, — .iturdy construction. The service department here Is in a position to service reuair ; Z^"™^^ machines. adding machines calculators. where the services of experts are at the disposal of patrons. The prices will, be found reasonable and- the servi ice as prompt, reliable ^Central Automatic Sprinkler Company- Sprinkle}-Systems " ~~ ""' ame aggregation ran through in easy fashion. , ... The biggest upset of Ihe lourney occurred in the - fourth ^gamn Pi-ir day alteinoon when Manila's boys trounced "Herbert; ~ " Miuttcr, VI. Pf 0 21 2 Cavalcade and from. many olheis came 'fOldhhm, g '' Wilson, o ora tcani, 23 , to 12. •; Ashabrnnucr pace for his mates was never able to set a scoring that Luxora equal. In another first round game, Osceola fcoys defeated Kciser boys 20 to 14. In Ihe girls' 'division Osceola, was eliminated by. Wilson. « to 8, in ofie first vonnd game, Lutora swept through Manila girls 33 to 1C, in a first round game and Shawnec girls beat Well girls 24 to 10 ' • • . Wilson boys, who drew a first round bye. could not meet the task .200-1 0 1 0 0 a 0 a i 2 0 1 4 Totals Manila Ashnbranncr, f Shock-ley, r English, c '^y; g Bartholomew s Wright, f Chiles, g Totals Shawnee U. Speck, f Garey, f Q. Sjwck, c 0 5 17 17 \' Ft IV Tl 3218 203 2 S 2 1 0 2 9 G 12 24 ' Fg Fl Pf Tl 1022 1 3 9 233 Juvenile,. Stars" Precocious Most of the foremost 2-year-olds are precocious, and are unable lo match the, speed , of slower-developing contemporaries at 'J. The majority of miles arc more nuilure at 2 than colUs, which aci counts fotf the 3-ycar-old slumps pf ftcgrcl. Sally's Alley, Mblhci' Goose Top Flight. Mnl,i Harl, Bazaar, aiid sojuc more. It remains'to be seen whether Nellie Flag and Black Helen, crack 2-year-old ' Illlies of 103-1, stand up. • Not since Man o' War hns .1 colt been really outstanding a s n 3 and 3-year-old. Twenty Grand perhaps was Ihe best in both years, although his complete record as a juvenile placed him behind Jamestown. Going back as far as Domino who was a 2-ycar-old and Colin, unbeaten later, there have been mnny ouglibri'ds which were goc:l at both 2 and 3, h,it none came close | 0 being champion both years. Old Rosebud bagged 12 out of 1883 decade tlior- mighly of trimming Osceola's bovs los- ROCKED TO SLEEP! ^^^ ^OOZOO,TAKE SOMG^l EM AN ' CLEiN OUT THEse .'THIS GORILLA -ni KWG ™* AKJO H >5 LEMIANS OCCUPIED THEMOOVIAW CAPITAL, AFTER DEFaVTING K wr GUZZLE,THEY ANTICIPATED NO PuSTHei Dn PICULTY - - BUT THEY RECKONED WITHOUT" ^ STOPPED NOVV f THE BRiWM AND BRAINS OF rHoMLY TWO MOOV1/S.M5 LEFT AT LARGE, W.UEY OOP AND THE FAIR DARIN& RAIDS BY OOP, OM HIS DINOSAUR, CAUSED TUNK TO SURROUND MOO WITH OUr- POSTS, BUT OOOL&'S BRAIM W&S E<?UALTO THE MEiSURE.' • - • . A WELL DIRECTED STRATAGEM INCENSED A TOIBE Op " LlTrLE 5AVAGES>N vo o SENTFRltS 6EGAM TO GO DOVVM UNDER THE-.R SUDDEN, LASHING ATTACKS. -«i' GENERAL, IF YA SEE THAT DINOSAUR s**^* &&£*.. %P RIOIM'.MOOVliM our- tAW- Y'KNOW WHAT T'DO / and .seiies of llic A. fe M. here 2. Moody, who halls 1 Orvillc from bcrl, all -e James N. Eivin, and Hany Gum- right handed pitchers. A prominent automatic sprinkler concern in this territory is the Jesup, Ark., hns been the Razor- Wilson'does'not'expect any of (lie Central Automatic .Sprinkler Co. S SC ° r "" sraion ' trit> to bc a Dean or a Howe, butr p - °- Cox- GCO, 1114 Ayers St., games 170 points in he . believes his time won't dale, and has scored msled giving them a whirl. be| Memphis, telephone 3-1781. This ! company specializes in the sale i\i ,. ,, r I I r M----T, ..--... .v «.,.ti. . ..vit, i/ai i J au^^IUIK.t^ 111 lllv; bVilli 1\1H) Arl° n ,±^' L H™"^f. J?" "!» '"•"««? <l«n™d to installation of automatic sprinklers h» > that Arkansas ha.s played. 14 races as a 2-year-old in 101J predict where his team would finish this season. "St. Louis 'must, be figured, and adlng. record was similar. Sir Darton was n maiden at 2, nnd American Fla K and crusader sons of .Man o' War, wore no ac- Cqiint didn't come Inlo count. nnd added the Derby (he follow-, Ncw York ." he said, "i don't think Ing year before fading. Mor-i nnybo ' lir cnn Bucss mllcl1 beyond those Iwo. For that matler I'm 'ncii trying lo dope out, a race in advance any year. "I'm not taking a hack sent for anybody now, however. Pittsburgh? What have they lo beat" us out? Or .Chicago for! that mailer. Say wvwishi. «o. hot and—" Hut Wilson doesn't prognosli- catc, Thai's as far. as he would go. Boys Athletic Club Formed at Leachville •I.EACHVILLE. Ark.-Tiic Lcach- viltc Athletic club, an organization of 12 to 18 years, has enrolled I . r „ ^ ." ......... (.null; 1JIIU his full rights 'until he was a although he had to bc pulled 'double 10 permit Anita I'eabodv, with which he was bracketed, to score ' In Ihe Futurity. Anita , Anita Pcabpdy pulled up .lame at 3. ..Wlilchouc; turned out to b? nothing more, 'than - y tqiilpolse and Jamestown at 3. although the latter a sprinter, broke lasted Inns enough to let Twenty Grand whip him by 10 leivihs about them the 2-ycar-old, o'ne of Junior Championship Slakes. Uurgoo King, a mcdi . n. r< i 2 '- vca , r - 01(| . "'"I'l'f" «l> in the Derby aii<l Prcakness at 3 Lji'dys- man, a star at 2, failed in, tlio Uerby, nnd broke down Singing wood, a remarkable 2- yeav-old which annexed' the 'Fn- lurily in heavy going, could onlv tprinl. lasl year. Kerry Patch'.was another 2-yeai-old lumlnarv that failed lo maintain the pace So it Is that the 1935 berbv f ? 0 «""" 3 - TC! »'-oW champion | of 193S may first assert his or limelf on the testing grounds of Maryland and New York in April It may bo a chestnut like Ojiinlia. which, wlillc he failed to earn a slake victory n s „ 2-year- old, showed in late fall races a disposition to go O n .and (] liU lrilit ^hould carry him far as a 3-year- One thing is certain and that this, upstnndiiig offsprin- of Gallant Fox, himself „ gerbv winner, will, like liis pappy ^nd Cavalcade, tc njlng' when oihm are ready to call It a day < • Then again we •may not hear tmich obout the Derby winner ,nn- t; after the race. Is run. Broker's Tip clear two years age that advance notice isn'i ,,,*£, -sair. Broker's Tip had-never won a race until he bjat out Head I'iay as Jockeys Don Meade and Herb Fteher fought one nnolher down the stretch, ami |,asn-,. W05 , one since. * local boys. Smith, president. Eugene for use in buildings of all types. Automatic sprinklers oiler one of llic greatest protections against fire They .operate automatically atus and are brought into action when Is n lire beginv in a building, 'throwing sprays of water that will extinguish flames- and prevent fire from spreading.- Grain elevators food storage warehouses and other buildings/ will find the installation of automatic sprinklers lo be an efficient safeguard against dcstru'c-. lion • by fire.- , L«w insurance rates are effective .when.such, installations .exist in buildings, of every type.. Factories of all types should and courteous. Those in the .„„.- ket for bookkeeping, addin" and calculating machines, as w«ll as check writers, ,wlll find it to their advantage to communicate with this company, certain types of factory • rebuilt machines' mov bc procured here at ' advantageous prices. The patronage of northeastern Arkansas is solicited. . Cords Piston King Sales Co. —High Quality Piston Rings To eliminate . oil pumping and P™y?'«t compression loss, cords -..^^ w iiiisrouniinany R ,"„ , Ol1 ai > d Compi-esslon noted for reliability an<l fool- £."*?. , ri !! lk , h 'sl>est. ^liese tins: )f hnni-ofinn A,,,l 1,. ^..^.L-.'.'ii-j " 1L Ulfall-JOUted h\' (lip Hn^^lp n\~,rl be equipped iviili automatic, sprinklers. • Tlie Central Automatic Sprinkler Co., will be glad to make a survey of any building and submit quotations upon the installation of an automatic sprinkler system. Sprinkler systems are also installed on a lease basis, requiring no investment where the insurance . premium savings go to pay for installation. The appar- furnished proof operation, and is guaranteed , __., :....-,.•., lo opcrnte efficiently and unfailingly. The -Central Automatic Sprinkler Co., Is .one of the lead- Ing automatic,.sprihkler, ; concerns and possess a lai^ cilenlclc-whb will attest to':(lie.''excellent Service rendered. It is widely, known foi integrity «!id ;Mgh." standard biisi : ness inctlidds. ' iiiqulrles' are solicited- from. factpric.s,;m.ills, warehouses, inslitnllons, etc. ( Fdbick Muruhy Tractor Co.—Complete Equipment for ContractorsjJKoad Builders One of the most complete stocks of contractors' equipment is lian- d ' e d by. the Pabick Murphy Tractor . Butler Avc.. .Memphis , , ... .. . Shancyfelt. vice president; Hymani T '^ organization is. widely known Powell, secretary-treasurer. Dlree-l I'U'OUShoilt tills, lerrilory for in- Mnriln, Rnlpli HaiBi-avc, Frank 'cgrity, reliability and high siand- Eddlc Coiince, Vemon md .business methods. 'Here may be Lucas, Hyman Powell, and Eugene Procured contractors' equipment of Shaneyfclt. almost, every description. Including Tlie idea,, of Ihe club is to in- Cnl erpiltar Diesel Track Type Trac- slnict-llic boys In boxing, wrest- < ors ' ^ Tourneau equipment, sla- Jinp, and oilier body-building ex- lio nary engines, compre.ssors, air t]-ci!jcs and lo furr'-' " *^"i^ —'— for them lo meet. fee of fifty ccnus per month be charged. - , , urnish Some place lools - P«vcrs. mixers, saw rigs, road et. A membership forms,, bins, patchcrs, road-Joint Ui ]ier month will machinery, clamshell buckets, and Indian, Spanish Wrestlers Clash Tn Armory Ring , machinery, clamshell buckets, and trailers, chutes, detachable bits, rock drills, rods, etc., as well as Industrial equipment. It numbers among its clientele many prominent contractors''ii-ho-have found siicli equipment to'bo: of • high quality, well-constructed and able': to withstand heavy duty i work' without toss of time through breakdowns. The products handled are* the result oi sound engineering principles reaching a high state of.perfection in.i»r- formance; . Equipment purchased licre. cnn bc 'depsnded upon to give long and .uninterrupted service. The service rendered ' has always been known as prompt, , efficient and courteous. No contractor would do justice lo himself without 'first making inquiries here. It. would b? glad (o quote prices on any equipment or machinery. , .; . Benny Bolt. Indian inatman who has gained a considerable Farmer Waits 39 Years To File Damage Action J^ISBON, O. (UP)—G. F Mason a farmer who lives near here is a patient man. but he thinks' 39 years Is quite a ypeli (o wa |,. f0 f court action, Back In 1896, the common i>l~is :ourt here issued a rcslramlng writer against the rn,n>i,. ".5 court order against Ihe county nnd conn y infirmary, to prevent t e IXDltutlon of Cold Run. „ .^n runs through Ma- nothing much stream which son's farm. But was done. ?,?." fcw dn>s ns °' x 'asoi' filed n P^JJllon J n ,,cpurt asilng $\m t £ meet a Spanish grunt ,«rformer who is is "™ e ., "niul: iuunas promoters claim, Monday MgU wnctt h t-Aes on Don Luis de u Tnn-* u. Automatic Stoker Co.—Distributors of Stokol &Brownell Stokers for Homes & Factories Among the mast efficient, auto-1 the drudgeries occasioned by firing malic stokers on the market are j tollers. They reduce ash ticcuinu- Ihe Slokol and Brownell Stokers ' !Bt!o ». "id arc. great fuel savers ,-hlcl, are d.tributed by the Auto-1™* ™ ^^^^^ matic Stoker Co., of 207 Monroe I sumption can easily pay for n Are.. Memphi,;, This (company stoker In a short time The Auto- handles automatic stokers for use matic Stoker Co., can furnish In homes, factories, stores, greeii- SloX-ol and Broinicll Stokers, elth- hout-es. dairies and buildings of all j er for cash or upon the time pay- types, stokers are furnished for ment plan, wl Tlicy are In a in d provide n good test. I public and industries have become (man for two out •s or [( Walter of KNOXVILLE, To^n~7[JP) ' lev An,, ' icy Anderson, of Croru Char- h the -Yoked-Amer- [_ .!,„ to tho .L-.L'f slwam pollution. and 12. 2 M> Book Ezekid, Chap- .^^-lO-Il-lS-lS-lB- '° n<Xlk of Isat8h CI : ws s . +,• 6, 10, 11, coascious of the great savings effected by the me of stokers, \/c- sidcs Iho many advantages and conveniences. Stokers automatically maintain even temperatures. Thcy "llniinate smoke, an important health feature. They produce clean and even heat. They require little attendance, eliminating many of will find it economical to Install stokers, and arc urged to make inquiries for prices and full particulars from local dealers. The service Is prompt and courteous. The Automatic Stoker Co., is a concern of high standing, handling reliable products, where high slandard business methods predominate. Chears Building Specially • Co. — Venetian BHnds, Screens, Etc. A noted wholesale aild retail distributor of Venetian blinds, screens and wcallier-slripping Is the Chears Building Specialty Co., 884 Adams Ave., Memphis, which Is the oldest and largest concern of Its kind in the Soulh. This concern handle* Venetian blinds that arc noted for their smartness, decorative appearance, perfection In utility and long wearing qualities. They arc individually hand made, styled and finished to meet individual or special requirements They can'he furnished in ail sizes •'"•' in _<my quantities desired at prices that are indeed moderate. Shipments can quickly be made to all points in northeast Arkansas Venetian blinds can be furnished for homes, estate, business concerns, schools, hospitals and other Institutions. Venetian blinds will add a distinctive touch to any distributed by the Cords nniB Sales Co.," 803 Union Memphis. Cords Hi-Speed oil and compression rings absolutely eliminate oil pumping, compression lass nnd give poslllve lubrication to cy nder walls, thus- minimizing cylinder wall wear, cowls rings are: unbreakable mid easy , to ' ih- rlifiV i Th - c U!c • of . "use ; rings will result in grcalei-, economy of oncr- E>!!on, and they ; arc "the must prae- <icn! and longest wearing in the mai-keL Thc : Cords ; PisLZg nn i? • ? ?'' su PP' iM "« trade in northeast A, : kansas.. it is noted loi integrity, reliability and fair <lca.llns.and Ihe service rendered is. prompt, .efficient and courteous. The use of Cords piston rings will oO a one way in'.climinatlng motor trouble, will .'increase speed and Power and..will result In greater =conomies. ,in^ and .oil. These ungi .arc JiaHnnnllw i-n«,,-,, |- 0] . USD.-S will 'attest to the * ° f results. Tbev hrtv/t ,,~~, . "avc -client results in Diesel engines igncultnral and contractors' "a- 1 ch- as well ns In etc. Tenn. Belting Co.— All Kind s Belting Sold & Repaired Prominently known^n the'beiimg • Co mrj 5 ' 1 , 110 •"»"«« Be u^ Co.. 138 North Front St., Memphir ™>s organlzallon mnniifacli,re, n ;omnlni n ;i, le of , ... """res a I •conomic - — the ,- A - " and fino'sei-- Tlie prices are reasonable, with present dav commensurate 101 ' largc or smallf and CU.S- ai-c assured complete sat- „ action for honesty, icllabilii v -f- ;'i,, ro . lr dealings, Inquiries are ' ^o ucited froni northeast Arkansas, orl. a , ny ,, COnndl!IKC P laccd ln this organization will be de«rvlns>

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