The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1937 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1937 ILLS MESS TO TROUBLE CUT'S! BLYTHEVILLB. (ARK.) COliRiuiU NEWS I officiating ami bitrlnl vviisj miidc fit Sawyer oeemler.v. 1 Moss Funeral Sirvlce was In clmrgn of funvral nmmgcmcnt.s. Continued Irom i>a»p I fvin-f the city that he expected (o ooply for a federal court order. ™iv. 22, to require payment of all fluids derived from liotH levies und from the general fund, if necessarv. on delinquencies In the hospital nnd citv hall bond atcuunls. Mr. Nelson toltl tli ( . council thai the Issue, if pressed by the bondholders, ralijlil force detennSiialioi) of tlie question of priority of bonds. Such ft question lias noi town ili- rectlv pnssed IIDOU by Arkansas courts ani the far reaching effect of the proceeding would probably help the city to obtain substantial aid in the legal tattle irom various inimioi'ial and other inwrovcin?)il districts and holders of bon:ls of such ills'ncts. Ho said it nopenvwl certain that holders of city pars bonds would intervene in the" action to i>rot"ct their interest;;, The federal court suit \vas originally instituted iiboiit, a year ago lo require the city to make annual payments to clear up the djfic.il. the city failini; to carry out a court order to dp so. J. V, Oate.5, district manager oi the Arkansas-Missouri Power company, appeared before Ihe council lo Inquire as to when the power company might, expect payment of $2.801.88 in past due bills owed by the city, at the rate of about $500 a month. The council and mayor told him they hoped to pay it about Nov. 15 when the sheriff and collector's office is to make settlement on city mlllagc tax collected, outer said the penalty and state snte tax would be additional on some Items. One alderman queried Mr Dates as to the ori»s!blllt.v of trr penalty being waived, without much reassurance of such action. . The city is also in debt to til- water company, about as far be-. Jiind as with the power company, ii i>vas disclosed last night. ( Current, bills were not approved. Alderman Jess White, who had been called in to act ns a member of a committee to approve bills, declaring he didn't want to take the resironsibnity for approving some of them. Alderman Estcs Lunsford v.anted to know why the council couldn't stay and go over the bills in the regular session (a customary practice until discontinued several years ago) but Mayor Williams said it would take all night. Tt was decided to take up the bills at a later meeting. Immediate approval didn't seem so imperative anyway, some official suggested, with the city in financial straits already. Recently Organized Institution To Open Within I Few Days • PYESS. Ark.,' Nov. u.—A recently organized cooperative bank operat- ; Ing under the name of the Farmers : Exchange and Wan Co. will open : for business in tho cafe building here within the next few d<ws. Floyd sharp, president of uycss Colony inc., will be president, ii, C. Baker, vice president, E. s. Dudley. spcrelary-lreasiirer. The Hoard o! 1 D\rectors is compose:) of P.. C. Limerick and J. M. Putrell. T. D. : M'le jr.. former manager of the ; Colony Store will be cashier Mr. byle, who for 21 years was assistant ccishier of th e Merchants •' & Planters Bank & Trust Co, of ! Pine Bluff, lins been connected with the state organization of relief agencies since the bcginnina. Before coming to Dyess lie was niree- lor of Surplus Commodity Distribution for the State Public Welfare department. Through the medium of this bank it is hoped to furnish the peoulc of the Colony with banking facilities such as arc enjoyed in other communities as well as to .simplify the financing of crops for Hie comi;i<? year. The establishing ot the bank is a stei) forward toy Dyes Colony and in the building of a community, providing modern facilities for (lie people. lone Oak Infant Is Victim of Colitis Will Participate In Two Parades Thursday The colors and color bearers of the Armistice Day parade here tomorrow will be celebrating the signing of the peace document for the second time in one day. The colors, carried by Mary Jeanne Afflick, E. M. Terry jr and Winifred Crawford, 'will march in the parade at Jonesboroj .at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning' with the Blythovillc-Puragoiild hand, as representatives from this' city. j Immediately after the parade they will return here for their second appearance. i Billy Lynn Holbrook. one-month 'd sen of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. 3olbrook of Lone Oak. died at he Blytheville hospital yesterday ftcrncon a few minutes after he lad been admitted for treatment. /.-ath was caused from colitis. Funeral services were held this morning with the Rev. N. H. FROM GIRL TO WOMAN QROWWG 'girt.' oflcn arc sutler ers from female irregularities, nervousness and weakness tl u e lo funclioiial disturbances. Dr. Picrcc's Favorite ...,,. . , - ,, s - Prescripliori is the j Vi:.'V ;| '(•(•-''''j woman's tonic to i at such ti:ncs. It stlniuhtes'lhe appetite nnd | this in rieases the intake of food. Hear wtial | -Mrs. iMjTile Uoftoliue of JJJ Kcclor Ave., ; Hot Springi, Ark., said: "Some lime *%n I j was quite \v(lk. liad no apjwtilc ami «li.lr\'t : sletp veiy well. T)r. 1'itcce's Favoii;e Prt- ' wriptmn ^aj.rtconmicnileil as a tonic AUcr iisinE twQ.b£jlire»iof ii I had i^k"evh aiue- tite, bct-irnfc wronger, wasn't nearly so ne;r- oiis and was able lo sletp bfller at myht," *lo to your ncigliborhcx)J dmss'ut today. Ladies' & Men's TaiForing Fur Coat Alterations Ladies' Custom Tailored Suits Alterations of all typos Phmie 53 HUDSON'S Shoes Will Wear Longer When Repaired at Smith Shoe Shop 115 South 2nd Promised Land Club Has Enviable Record Tne Promised Ltind Girls nm! llovs 4-U club, wliicli won first honors ns tin' most outstnixllug club in the iiorlhern district of Mississippi county, iins -.in riivinblc record, mesa won Ihe siunc honor in (lie .southern district. Tlio Prouiicd l,mi<| club, which luis 33 members, held :22 meetings during the iinsi year with nn nver- nso nttciutaiice of 97 ]X'r cent. Tlio lou'Mt ppioontiigc at nay inccliii" ft'ns 81. Of those members, seven look part in 111'.! pluy tout'iuiineni. IG in Ihe basketball loiiriminent, five attended the r-'iirm and Home picnic, three Httcndecl the Mid-South fnlr at Memuiiis for Instructions In how lo rankc n bstter 4-1! club booth, live attended Die judging school held Iti'tv. iiiut uliu' luid entries In the county fnlr, which «as nttcndctl by 31 members. The honors received ivcro ntnner- ous. Includiiit' the rlminplon of the county horse ,s)ioe lonrjia- meiit. whlcli went to Vt'rmi 1'cnrl O'Uuiinon. The members, iisslsted by the extension ngent:;, took n number of ]>hn(<w«u)is of the Blrls nnd boys in their club ncllvl- tles. PAGE THRER EXTRA SPECIAL -l c 'ov Limited Time Oiily lrii'h Riuor with 8 Uladcs Mi Lifebuoy' Shave Crcitni $2.35 Value 59c SPECIAL Aim-limits • /v Halt /IIJA l.uneh >Uv HOTEL NOBLE mm DROPS .1Ue .lllc .} 5c .lUc "Wlirre Hflsiillnllly Is a Hoalily." ' \VHv Buy a riiol'n-('ou|t<in from 'itinerant trews when THK SOt'TinvOKTII STUDIO ;.lll issue you om . ABSOI,llTl'l.y FREE, glvlne you KKTTKH I'HOTOGKAI'riK, (jlllCKWt SKIt- V1CK AND DEIJVKliy uiid an abaenee of IIKJlI-l'UK.SSUKi: to illrri'iise your oriler. I'ATHONl/i: YOUIl HOME INSTITUTIONS KOtJTlUVOKTU, Maker Of Fine 1'holograplis. Hemorrhoids-Piles CUlUvl) WITHOUT SUKGEKY & OUAKANT Safe, sure and w ((h less illscomfurl. diseases anil comlitlims of nervous cr foot ailnirnls ami skin cancers trcaleil cured at our clinic. DRS. NIES & NIES Physicians S14 Main 98 lllythcvlllc, GREW FROM COLT TO CHAMPION WHILE THIS WHISKEY MELLOWED IN OAKEN CASKS! 1938 COTTON PROGRAM Will the New Ground Farmer be leit in the cold, or will he share and share alike in 1938 and future years with the old established base acre farmer? - HEAR Clifton H. Scott , —AT THE — Manila Gymnasium THURSDAY EVENING AT 7:30 November 11, 1937 Mr. Scott is devoting much of his lime in the interest of the cotton farmer to help draft legislation that will be beneficial to Mississippi County. Every land owner of new or old land should be present Thursday night. IMPORTANT NOTICE City Paving and Sewer Taxes For Paving Districts 1-2-3 For Sewer Districts I and 3 All sewer and paving taxes arc now due and payable at (he office of ihe City Clerk in the Cily Hall. Please pay these taxes without delay and save penally and extra costs. RUTHBLYTHE City Improvement Collector A/onorc/i HOT WATER BOTTLE iUazor glade Sate l.iuk'ii's .'1 foi Mouth Wash ivitK (wrcltnse of any o/ l)icse Tooth Brushes THE NEW "BUBBLEBOTTLE" Soda Syphon Oatmeal 6"45 C V^ r Ovnltltio r»"rc t*vt* lldUJ, I'ouJ.GOeSii* . o fl Mlstol Drops 25c Sue* Phillips 4 Oc Milk M.cn«l«2Sc Sin 19 21 C Bnumo Bengue Pocnomlnt 'I'kljlcti, '/ScSiie . Smith Bros. COt Cou(l VJcks Ollvo Tablets COcSl.t, I00'< . . Cnldwells Palmolivc Soap 2'«13 C JOcSU. Cashmere AdlerlUa l.OOSi.. Epsom Salts fl ouncei, r«(irxcd Hoppers, I.Id Size ooc Rtilo,.i,,.C,,. m , O<) Pacnuln H.i-J Lotion. Chamberlain A Lotion, Cleanlner Fluid Juilrilc, 10 oi. , . St C«lloplunfl Pnuor Napkins L r*cVkgnf>f 100 . . Peroxide Ccrndyno I'.in r.LI.U, 20 Scholls B.iby Bottles •* -i r t'tvloraol. . . . O'«'/ Llstcrlne Tooth I'ulr, Lavorls Mouth Wuli, 1.00 S Cigars & Tobaccos 35c Vince forMoulliHviil Scotts Emulsion Whites Cod Liver Oil ' GARCIA SUBLIME PERFECTOS 5n OtAFSEN VIOSrEROL IN OIL Bcc 4QC KOTEX Wondeisall Kleenex Tissues CHOCOLATE SODA OiirOttlci-ou C.irry-Out ICECREAM QC 25c FIGHT COLDS Vaseline lUir Tonic, Krcml IkirTunic, l.UOSiie . Inccto H>irD,c. o.COSiic Cqconnut Oil & L'EK SllKttlnoo, ft OZ. ANALGESIC BALM .'it Drone Sli«ni()i)t) Old Faihloncd Rutfmadc ELECTRIC HEATER Chocolate Creams For Home Use HEAT PAD 2U SAFFj DouUt il,,,nio. n'rol Over* doie n difle t e nl vor»-11iey're dclitioui McKKSSO.\-l)R. WEST DKALS Oifox 5(tc—West Toolh linish fiOc Sol f>»f—West Tooth 1'iistc 5nc JfY TWO 59c 50c Tck Tflolh Brush, 2 for r,i r 5flc I'rophylncfic Tonlh lirush liiith 25c I'rophylaclic 'I'nnlfi I'owdcr ' .|<H' $1J8 HERVINE 79c $!60 Creosoted Emulsion 79c 6flc Mary Lake Lavender Lotion for the lands and Face 39^ httot^ MAIN AND BROADWAY BLyTHEVILLE s ^^NsmVcno While They T,ast (icnuinc Kverready 2 Coll Spot T, i t c 89c vaf. 59c

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