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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 16, 1933
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1933 BI.YTHEVII.LE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Prizes Awarded a! Community Fair JjEACHVTU-E. Ark.-The community fair, held last we»k by the vomnn's club, was declared the moil successful In four years. A feature of the program wns HIP makinK of a mattress Saturday •ur.Ai-r itse direction of Miss Cora I-fr Colfman, county liomc demon- Hrallon agent. Mrs. J. W. Thvtatt rci.-ivcd a quilt given nway by Hie club. Winners of first pitor-s follow: Woman's Department Wash diess, Mrs. W. J. Field Viiiili <1 Mrs. W. II. IJistiop lioine mud" viiK-gar Mrs. H. C. Wilson School News Second Onit Tlie following pupils have been neither absent nor tardy during the first month of school: Clifford Bullard, Kenneth Klersey. Paul Priest. Roy Thompson, Francis I Polly Stall, will again sing In It, A new stcond soprano has not yet been stlacted. Twenty-four girls have enrolled for Junior Olfe club, Initiation plans were carried out with the „„,.,„„. Georgia Cissell, Bcuyj seventh grade. President. l*Y«rlon PerRiison. Mnrthn I-calhc-rivooU, Clayton; secretary, Man Hill. Mollte May? Evelyn McCag«..Jfs.i l vncc-pie.sldont, Mary Howard Suit; Hupp! .JeslV 1« White. |uwur«, Elolse Plllmnn; reporter We hove planted several pot A:ado flnwr-rs and n box. of eoHiiE to Mp make our room bright arid crirtr- fiil. Third Grade Tiit-re are three tr-achr-rs In the third grade this year; Miss Ore* knitted bed spread, Mrs. W. ](. Hishop; fancy pillow, Mrs. Raymond Hnwerton: quilt, Mrs. Tom Kennel; jar vegetables.- Mrs. W. W. CM, jar fruit, Mrs. W. W. Ciix- jar preservrrs, Mrs. W. W. Cu;i; fruit taller. Mrs. W. W. Cox; frh'd chicken. Mrs. 11. C. Dew, ' Mrs. W. W. Cox; fnill Jiilcc. Mrs.' W. W. Cox; pickles, Mrs. H. t;. Dew; canned meal. Mrs. W. W. Cox; Kike, Mrs. Jennie Lee; Hobbins; pound of bimtr, Mrs. W. J. Fir-Id; Lest dahlias. Mrs. A. E. Robinson; test zinnias. Mrs. 1!. C. Dev: nit articles, Miss Lucille liranmim; o!dtsl ^armoiu. Mrs. W. J. Field. Farm Department iK-ck MVtet potatoes, W. .1. Held; pu-k peanuts. Mrs. Permclia Hidings; while corn. Mrs. W. J. Feld; sheaf fay beuius, W. J. Meld; collection of vegetables. Mrs. James Ijice.y; largest pumpkin, Mrs. Per- ini'lla Hidings. Tlie judges were Miss Maine Melf.un of Little Reck for llie women's department and J. E. Critz, county agricultural agent, for the hirm products. T.vixoran Elected County R. Y. P. U. Association Head uon. Alice MKs Pliilllps, and Miss Hair- Williams has been out of school a few days be.caubo of sick- Pete Joynr-r, Geneva and TtiTy and Cliarlr-s niggerl the ntw pupils who have joined (he class. •Hie third ^radf: von get; reporter, Ruby Annoble; student cottncll members, Nell Ross. ,nd Hurley Perkins. Michigan Hen Sets Record EAST LANSING, Mich. tUP) A new egg laying record was set at Michigan State College recently sy a Rhode Island Red hen owned by Htdmount Farms at Franklin, Mass. Tlie b'rd. competing with entrkB from 14 oilier slates, produced 324 eggs In 351 dav.s. T)w work of tlie Boys Olfe Club Is well underway. At the firs tlio boy.s elfctcd the Olfe Club officers for the semester Milton Clinton, Kcucll Jerome Jlmmli' Easley. and Claude S :r- tlie leaders. Miss Syinonds has ni-ruiigi'd thf pupils according to l):e types of voters. Last year's sonKs have fornu-d the main part of the effort of the club thus for. the nrsi I dollar for P. T. A. atlmdancn this year. Allen l.ltton ha-s moved to Memphis. Fourth (Jride Mrs. H. U Goodwin and Mrs. H. . . M. U-vris were elected room moth- nancls Senior Art Craft Club Is Organized An Art Craft Club under supervision of Mrs. Wren lius bfrtn orvan^.ed. The general purixisc of Hit- club is to make the members more nlinblt In the use of their LUXORA, Ark.-Tne Mississippi County Association of B. Y. P. U.'s, •i;i delegates attending, met at tf.e Baptist-church here Sunday afternoon. Miss Margaret pre wilt of Armore!, who was recently appoint the associations! leader, presided. The annual election of officers re- i;ult«l xs follows: president, John Corfcran, Luxora; vice-president. Nora Huckaby! Osceola; secretary- treasurer, Adelaide Cav.-serl, B theville; chorister. Reverend E. L Cole, Osctola-. pianitt, Eddie Scnoo- ler. Osceola. Attendance banners were presented tlie Intermediate B. Y. P. U of Dell and tlie Junior B. Y. P. U of the Second Baptist church o Blylheville. Efficiency, banners were presented the intermediates am ITS for this year. .Several of the children have been out of school with malaria. We have hail only two lardies this monlh. We arc Ix-pinnine practice on an operella. "Sleeping Beauty." to be civtn October 21. The proceeds v.ill be used to buy supplies. Fifth Grade Ilulh Orr, Jane Carpenter ami Ludin Itay have been absent, a tew advs because of illness. A vegetable border has been placed around the top of the bluck board. A fish aquarium is being placed In ihe bad: of the room it contains four tropical fish brought by Mary Francis Degen- old live so!d d-sli, brought by one of tlie teachers. Miss Gregson, and we plan 10 buy some plants will which lo complete It. Sixth Grade We are glad to welcome back two former classmates, Mary Chltx- Auglin, of Bay Spring Lake, Miss., nd Carl Young of Carron Lakfl. Several members of tlie class are r^e Support of Library in Animal Drive for Fund* nrlrf leittTR endorsing Ihc Illy hevllli' inihlic library and uppnrt' for its annual for funds, under way week liave l»'eo received bv Mrs. C. W Affllck. chairman of (he llbiar jsF.oclation, from a number of lo eal buslnr.'-.s unit professional m'-i Tliree of them are printed be low and others will follow: Mrs. C. W. Atnick, Blythevillp, Arkansas. Dear Mrs. Affllck: I have jusl been asked why th of Dlylhevllle .should CO) A Miiall house is teing made to put on exhibition in the community fair, which Is to be held here October 20. The ollicers of the club have been eleclcd as follows: president. Vellroye Thompson; \lce-presldenl. Willie R. Ferguson; secreiary, Faye Grcer; treasurer, Ruby Anloble: and reporter, Wilino I'or- tlnuc lu snpiwrt the public llbran Blytheville has long borne an .en viable reputation as being- a pri gresslve whose citizens a The EdHtrt Letter fUx Hitler tni To llie editor:! 1 am a crank about the people's ghls because they Include my slits, my personal liberties, nbuul hieh 1 .mi touchy. Whenever overmmm inv.ules tlie people's filils my fighting blood bolls liere >me two tilings In this coun- •y Ihnt stumi betwnii n bunch f tyriinis in poverwiu'rit office rial recovery stuff Li nneonslHu- Sonnl nnd volil nnd can not be enforced (iml Hint Includes the, NFIA and the fnrni program. Wp me Just one step from n Hitler gnv- nrnment nnd all Ihnt goes wllli II. It Is time that UK> people of this country wake up. H will Ixs cs of tlic old roid tax bilng put back on our lands, Tim farmers of Mtelsslppl county arc piulllecl to as iimch for tln-lr ' lotion srpd ui tlip rnrmcrs of any delta lauds In any stole. I imi.asklnu for help In this light as wliat 1 am doing tip to now 1 too late to oppos* n Hitler gov-1 "i"'" ]n lil myself and as I am broke when It .means death to J nm risking you w tiso your paper raise your voice in protest. Hitler I lo .,ian uuydimg juu may want put on a imllon «'ldo boycott on to stnii In youi- OKII «.iy. and u:. il»! Jews. 'Ilils administration MMssipiii county is cm> of Die threatens to do the Mime tiling to! luigf.-i t-silon producing counties nil who do not sign tlie codo or' In UK- United Stales 1 i!'i not sec the NRA. noycolui an 1 unlawful.I thai yi/i v.ould lose sinyining. Now Isn't iliiil prtlty for tins \!<>v-1 i ( i,, nut biow how to say ivlial TO MEET people of culture and reflnemei In my.opinion the public libra Is In no small wav responsible for this reputation. Certainly everyone whose Inli-re.sts are tiere. whose children are being reared and edu- caled here and who expects to continue to live here, should be interested In sustaining the good 1 reputation of Hits clly. One of the j best ways, in rnv opinion, of doing ; this is by supporting, Improving - r _, . :antl cnlargli/ the public library.- Headt Home t-C. HUD ) slncertily hope that you will be .successful In your campaign (or Anne Ruth Speck The Stnlor Home Economics club ' this purpose, chose the fallowing officers: pres-! ident Anne Ruth Speck; vice- j president. Pauline Robinson; see-; retiirv. Allec-n. Rowdl; treasurtr.l Mrs Very tnily yours, 'L. U. Harrison. Juniors of the Second church of Blytheville. Baptis Hayti Society — Personal Carolyn Culloni, ami Eobbye EXiuglas, C. W. Afflick, President, reporter.' Blytheville Llbrao" Association, J BlyihevJllv, Arkansas The club has 'the following new Dear Mrs. Affllck: nembers- Fave Creer, Levailn • I am wishing yon the best ol iovce" Nell Koss- Willie Ralph i luck I" the library drive. tlubv Annoble, Chris-1 My work with the NRA mafces usy in their leisure time, work- ng on "Sleeping Beauty." a play to «'given by (lie. intermediate grades n octooer 27 In the high school uditorium. A number of our class have been rreent- from school, because of ill- ess. Seventh C.rule Tlie seventh grade officers are: president. Lois Jean Cretr; vicc- iresltlent, Louis Taylor t Slotti>: rensurer, George Brewer. Tlie seventh grade presented a farce, i'Tt!P""t)islrici School Convention." :u the Wednesday auditorium period two weeks ago. Nature Study Club Plans Work for Year Tlie Nature Study club has organized with the followinsr'oilicers: president. Dcverolyvi Clayton;, yice- presidem, Ruth Shaw; : -secretary Flossie Williams; treasurer, Eloise «on , c Tern- Leo'tn Johnson. Nerine ir.e think of almost everything in oat, and'sue^s. Manfor cH..i.h movement tin Coats and Si ml tho common every day In- tldual. One Is tlie good old JnplWi eomir.iin taw Jury trial of '1 men nnd the i-unMllullons, stale .rid federal. I hmi rnlljtr b<- as IHXIV as a hiirch mouse and liuve by ixrson- al litrrllr.s ihnn pow.v all llie world's KcxxLs und b<: KKrtincl un- lei- Ihe in f I of any bunch of tuol J rants in government office. 1 vlsh to ui.oie irom your cdltovlnl of Oct. IGili: Tin 1 ni-w order of tlu 1 Hitler ^ovrmmenL controlling the i:*r^ .^;i[X-rs Rlvi-s you a pretty iiooil ld(-a ov Hie ways a dictaior- works to cut tiff all criticism of Us :u-ls. Under tills order, all publications unre.served- ly must uphold the riuhtness o( the Hitler regime. All pretenii lliut they art- organs of free opinions Is dropped, lliey become (|iilie avowedly, propagandu me- mnlsms. Writers or editors who publish articles In defiance of till aw can IM? i*nlonced to death. You should have none farther nnd said ihnl those who opposed Hi government In nny way were pu to death. Tills Is Just the kin of government that I live in mor tcil fear of In lhU countrj'. The federal constitution of th countr>' 8'iarantees to llie ixop their rights iind liberties . wreck it. an<l you have taken fro the people of this country the iltureM iHKseailon, taken frorn i s birthright «ou by much btax ed. One of the very first thin :il Hitler did when he fiot In o wos to scrap the German, co iiutlon. One of the first lliln at this present admtntslratl d was to try to scrap our pre it constitution. 1 hiive il on fi ind information thril any ent In ihe session of ress as to constitutionality of u eminent to vet so low us to threat-1 en such u thlins. The lemedy If one Is boycotted Is u damage Milt mid a Judgment- cm) Ix- oblalticd lll;c to say but here il is. It I had a llllle money (or exprnscs 1 nauld pull a publicity stunt on (Ills question Uial would briri;; re- Takc Up Tonight Where j They Left Off in Head ~' On Collision. on It. i wills nnd I wuiili! do il mnv. I hav I Imve no', said half I would like always had inuncy t<> dn as 1 to .say. Anybody that is realW In- ed. but- toilay 1 am like i :e oiti-r: about tlie le«ul Mf. or j am ^y,. _ Jljlm ^ cjnarlc: p. o . nm nar> l.Hlii- iiui-h. Ark liiv.strd abuut the le«ul Mf of this whole biLslne.-iS, Just wrllfl mo nnd 1 will tell you n lot of Itial yon never had thought of. Kianton A. lV:|)I>er. Hiifrjimn. Ark. : Sandy Kidge Is Beaten Tlie IMff «f <:«Hnnwed To (lie i-ditor:) On s>-pleinbei- 20 the Memphis ommerclu] Apix-al carried un ar- . dc- which slated llial tin; yius In j lo 'J. ;U'iT- I (lie vear have been made by aj"ie srioru-mng or me noura v,. com.iiitee and approved by the will create new leisure wnsor Mrs Hudson Wren. >!>ne which must l« provided for sp ° IL - or ' - iThis time If properly spent will Booiter Club Will Mis. Oscar Miller was hostess the Double Four" Bridge club at he home Friday evening. Miss Lout Witt and Mrs. bee Phillips playe with the club in the absence of of the members. Miis Edna Khourie held high and Mrs. Hugh Doris was second high. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Revert of Rochelle, 111., are here visiting Mrs. Revert's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Revert are also visiting the laller's parents, Mr. and Mis. Doss Hudgins of Sleele. Mrs. Revert will be remembered as Miss Jennie Dell iludgiiis. Mr. and Mrs. N. Farclcecy and children of I/ixora, Ark., were here Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. Pittman. Committees-are: prograu Belly Porter, Mary E. Recce; so cial: Louis Jean' Grecr, Gem Brown. Mary Hill. Reporter, Kxila D. Cullom. Scrap book with science dip pings and articles of-scientific in terest; poster for the communit fair; field trips; collection of• growing plants; collection, of - insects special reports on scientific items Milton Clinton Is Senior Presiden Senior class leadership for tr. year is represented by these slii dents: president. Millon (Jlintoi vice president. Gilbert Lynch; sec retary, Aileen Rowell; treasure Wolf kliosiric an<l daughter.'!. Miss-1 Pauline Robinson; reporter Al' ts EJna ahd Anna Mae. Mr. and ifrs. H. S. Bill ol Kansas City. Mo.. v.civ tieie the latter put of last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. John II. Henderson. Miss, Leoza Tranthum, manager of the Hayti Variety slore was in Poplar BlufT the laller part, of last week on business. Mrs. J. L. Davis siwnt last Wednesday and Thursday in St. Louis visiting relatives and attending to business. Miss Margaret has returned home from Senalh where site has been visiting her aunt and untie. .Mr. and Mrs. C-radv Wof- fr-rd. Sterling flicherson o[ Parma. Mo., was liere Friday visiting Carl Boskin. dru;n; at Brasher's Driiff store. Mrs. !•'. X. Schumacher nas been suffering the past few days from an infected finger caused from a knife injury she receive;! a few days ago. Orviile Itorten of ParagouM was liorr Hie latter part of lust week intruding; to business. L. c. Henderson is now employee • n l Buckley's store miring the fa! rush. Nicl-.oloon. Tne Seniors are represented o the council by Margie William president; Gilbert Lynch, vice pri idenl; Anna Ruth Speck, sccrelarj Dickie Westbrook. reporter, and tl class representatives arc Edytl Millican aixl Milton Clinton. The class welcomes Earl Wild ormcr stmient at Reiser. The flower, rose, and the colors. cd and white, will be symbolic of .e efforts of the group. "Don't Dodge Difficulty." Is the lotto to which the class aspires his year. f I ox pi tat Notes Admitted to the Blylheville hos pital: Maureen Skelton, Promised Land; Cecil Howard and Patt .lane Djvls. city: S. M Michic Steele. Mo,; Dismissed: Mrs. J. J Jaggers, city. DULL HEADACHES GONE SIMPLE REMEDY DOES IT Headaches caused by constlpitlo are gone nfter one close of Adlerika This cleans all poisons out c BOTH upper and lower bowel. Olvts better sleep, ends nervous ness. Sold In Blytheville by Clt lirug Store. —Adv. J- •111 'result in cdvantrtt'c to the indivld- isl and society generally. n i UM &tlilat>< : cannot rtilnk of a better plai pack TT)lSOn mmeies for ll)e p ro p er employment of this .new leisure than providing llbrarj Because students of the Wilson'facilities for those who want lo gh school felt the need of sup read. ort for athletics, they organized Very truly yours, Booster club a few weeks ago. Max D. ReiJ. These' officers were elected to 'rve during the first semester: Mrs. C. W. Affltck, resident, Anne Ruth Speck; vice-. niytheyille. Arkansas. resident. Alia Nicholson; secre-.^Dear Mrs. Alflick:— an'. Charles Walden; reporter, j Knowledge Is power. The oppor jlaiitle Shaw; cheer leaders, Owen Greer, Edythe Millican, and Quen- nv Jerome. . . - - A : .' Junior Class Elects, The Junior-officers 'are':'president', Gwendolyn 'Greer; vice- president, Jarolyii C idiom; secretary, Ne*eU Jerome: treasurer.- Virginia Speck; reporter, Tlielnia'Bulljrd. '.;•..' The program committee' consists of Carolyn- Cnllom,:Prudence- Els-' ander, Polly Beall, aiid Paul Blake. The social comrpiilce .consols of Bobby i/cm Douglas.' Caroryn 'Cullo mand Katbryn Watts: -The representatives {or the. student, council are. Paiil Blake, and Joe Margaret Carpenter. luniiy to gain knowledge shoul be afforded every individua Knowledge .is gained In two ways- one, -by experience; qiie; • by -Teat Ing and training. , Trie, Public Library offers on of Ihe. greatest opportunities t l)ie individual Id 'gain .knowledg through reading • from ; 3 selectior of books that vould not be acces slbte from a private library. Fo of the opinion Kmil Piipo, Ihe SoiU!> American, anil Roy Welch, the Canadian, will take up tonight at the armory where they left off last week when lo'.h were knocked out in a head en collision .Ihtlr nrcslllng inat-.-h mlini; In a draw. They will niti-t In the feiiurc xiiu, on- tonight's p^ognun. In a preliminary match Jennings, Kiplcy, Tt-nii.. vvrcMliT. v.ill take on Tony [, Memphis iiiatman. iraudier Widens Gap _ v . ™ -• ...1. ..•*.! ,,.«^.,J UU |, By Yarbro Team, 6 to 3 ln Gri(} p; ck ; ng Pace Y.itbro defe;it('il H.incly llid]re 111 u. lixiM'ly playi d f.ame iU Sandy , K'.md;iy. Tlie scon- \i;i>, (i Out of -18 nicks mil Rrnuc'ncr, P:A Service s|X)!ls r-ilUoi 1 , was iuliiiK ilie Courier Nc'.vs tiport.s by three KIU'IAI-S til Ihe dof.u .it farmer for seed, \vhlli' in Ai 1 - "1^0 made mlscui- ansiis the Kins are only payiiiK Saiuly Kidec plays til.' rom $10 to »H. I All-Stars next Sunday. Now this Is u loss to Arkansas ' arniers of more than six million Luxora Eleven Keeps olbrs. Por MtelMlWl county Ukc ~"»™" ""•"" "^ he number of bales for this yeai's Record Clean With Wltl j crop and multiply by six dullnrs I „—. nnil you have the loss to your conn- | lAjXOHA, Ark.—Tlie I.uxora lilijn i sIsiippl-Mi.rciueltc lusslc' liy" riaiii- NS-'A s]H):t.s c<lilor atlijftl to hh one up margin of last, week uy correctly predlctlni; Ceoi'ula Tech as ;i winiii-r over Auburn, Ohio State to win ovi-r Vnndcrbill and Oklahoma to will rjVL'i 1 TijXUS but Ibc j locul picker j-alned one. back by cet- ; lliiK on the rli;hi i-nd of the MLs- y, und tills Is In turn a direct loss 0 you In tts prorata business which would come to you. Yes, [his is si oss to every business In Arkansas und T am asking' you us a Ueu-s- papermnn to start u fiylu in Mississippi comity for the newspsiicrs licrc (In not, look or can' to see l:ie. question. I liave put something In both Ultle Hock papers and ;it thai tl'.ty slop. This is a lonp storj' and 1 cnnnot. Kl) it all In 11 Iclter to you. This practice hns lictm carrl«l | on for years and many are to blame school CMdcn Paiilhers won third consecutive victory of Hie M-ason when they defeated tho 1,:- paiito foolljnll team by a score of 41-0 In a t;aine played hero Pri:liiy alternooti. Touchdo-An:; \sere inaile liy Hcott, Wiiiideilich. Si-ile. and Odoin. wish vleliirlus over Kubcr. Oaceohi and l^pxiito to its rec-Drd and no defeats the I,uxora team showing n niarktj progress uo- clcr tl:e ex|K:i-t of CDac:i or Hie old Spanish ciislom of the Arkansas people brine: roblieil, not \s- was Ixxied, laughed and hissed only on cottonseed, but loo/: at your t. Hut tnank God that we slill. insurance that is being boosted avc with us a supreme court tlml | from 5 to 25 per cent on nil frame believe will stand by and uphold buildings, and also our iichJnl lie constitution. All this Indus-1 books, to say nothing of the chanc- llerbm Schwavl/. Luxor.! Mill piny 1 I'liii'ott Pi-ldny afleniuqii, CK'tobcT 20. ln:r Ole Miss to win. nraiieher lor ttie past 'i-cck hnd 10 winners, four losers ant! four lies. Tr.e Courier s)»rts editor ha'.l H winners, six loseis and four ties. The defeat of Tennessee by Duke cnught IxillLgiU'ssers on the wrnnu i-ii::. Wisconsin's loss to Illinois similar Jolt. In Ecuador. (Kc feet IOIIK. cailhworms SL'ATII.E. Wash. UJI'I Wn.slibmn wns leaching his Pal, [10 Thousands of women say that Cardui seems to prevent much use• to do nicks. He looped his arms, i ff_ • „ „«. and ordered It to leap. Tin; animal ICSS SUttCrmg Et NOW LET PRICES GO OP •I'VE BOUGHT MY NEW iff f LONGER WHEELBASE this reason, 1 that the Library should, be maintained and' handled in the mosl efficient, manner. Sophemore Officers The sophomore class started the year with the election of officers: president. Ruth Williams; vice president,, Claude Shaw; secretary. Ncll- roye Thompson: treasurer. CJuinleu Jerome; reporter. Wilina Porler. Council members arc: Ruby Grain and Quenten Jerome. Sponsor. Mrs. Hudson Wren. Program committee: Claude Shaw, Willie Ralph Ferguson, and Alice B<-alle. Glee Clubs Organize for Year's Activities The Senior Oi'ls' Glee club roll ins increased, and more are be :oming interested in the club. Officers for thus year are:.pres- denl. Edythc Mlllicon; vice-president. Gwendolyn Grecr; sccrctaery Joyce Mann; treasurer, Virginia Si»ck: reporter. Margie Williams Miss Syinonds has been sponsor of this club for the past twelve vcars. Two of Ihe former members of the Irio. Edythe Millican, and Freshmen Elect For tr.e school year 1933-3-1 tlic Freshman class has ns sixmsor Eujene Harris, the foptb.ill coasii. The class as the new members Leota Jolinson, NSaynic Suo Marter and Christine Terry. These officers were chosen for the year: president, Levcda Eoyce; vice prsid«nt, John Enochs; eecretory Payc Greer; treasurer, Ernest Rin , H. A. Lynch. : Read Courier News Want Ads. SAY THOUSANDS OF NEW DODGE OWNERS Children's Coughs Need Creomulsion Always get the best, fastest and urest treatment for your child's cough or colcl. Prudent mothers more ahd more are turning to Creoniulsiijii for any cough or cold that Mails. Creomulsion einulsine:; creosote with six other tnti>ortant medieinul tleinentti which soothe and i'.eal ihe inflamed membranes. It Ls not a cheap remedy, but contain. 1 - no I urcotic-s and Is certain relief. Get a bottle from your druggist ri^ht now and have il ready for instani use. —Adv. 11G HEMOR'RIIQIDS (PUei) cur-' cd without the knife. Skin' ctnrer, varfcoud terns, ten- ills removed non-sprilollj. DRS. NIES and MIES OrTlce 514 Malo rtione 08 G. G. Caudill Genera! Insurance IK N. Broadway Phone 7S1 r rrr 5c • 10c - 15c BORUM'S Coming- Theatre Saturday mi Sunday, Oct. 21 and 22 Big Musical Girt Show On the Stage in Person Matinee and Night RUSS FERRIS & His Broadway Vanities 25 •- PEOPLE •• 25 A Complete Change of Vaudeville and Picture Each Day Dodge Npw First In Its Field ... Outselling All Makes Except the Three Lowest Priced Cars! F ROM the first minute America had a chance to look at this new longer-wheelbase Dodge, sales have been steadily shooting up I Dodge sales increased at a faster rate than any other car ... and then, several months ago, Dodge left all competitors 'way behind and today is leading its field by a bigger margin than ever! It's because American motorists, are wise . .. because anybody who compares Dodge with the other cars can see in a minute that it offers most for the money! Speed? Dodge gives you all you want. More than you'd ever use. Performance? Well, figure it out for yourself . . . with Free Wheeling and optional automatic clutch; with gears quiet in all speeds, in- IOIQE eluding reverse; with CO"MI"ION shock-proof steering; Tilt New Dod^e. got-n through lha turture* o/" i/ir "Test-Pit" in Detroit. with squeak-proof Oilite springs, Dodge is unbelievably easy to drive, quick to respond. And as for comfort, Dodge gives you patented Floating Power engine mountings. That means smoothness; no annoying engine vibration. Long wheelbase. Hydraulic shock absorbers. Big, low- pressure Air-wheel tires. Safety, too — with safety-steel body, hydraulic brakes and sturdy frame that's ten times more rigid than ordinary frame construction, and Duplate safety plate glass windshield. Not another car in the world gives you all the features you get in this new Dodge Six at this low price. And any car that doesn't have them is out-of-date—before you buy ill Prove it for yourself. Ask any Dodge dealer about the "Show-Down" Plan — a simple, easy way to compare cars.' Shows you how little it costs to run a Dodge, too! The value of your present car gets less and less every day. Why not trade it in right now—when it will probably make the full down payment on a new Dodge? You can own this Dodge today for the lowest price in Dodge history —on easy, convenient payments > NEW LONGER WHEELBASE DODGE Coupf, $5»5; Two-Door Stdtn, *630; Brougham, $660; Four-Door Sedan, $675; Convertible Coupt, $695. All pric«s f. o. b. Factory, Deuoit TODAY'S PRICE 117-110 \V. Main St. W. T. Barnett Auto Sales Blylheville, Ark.

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