The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1933 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1933
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THURSDAY, NOVKMRKK (ARK.) COURIER NEWK PAOR THRRR Jim Harrell .Charged With Participation in Crime Near Leachville. "Jim Harrell, former rc-sidcin o! lhc> K?Ut-r section and the oni) wan '.o break out ol the "break Inoof" Mississippi county jail lu-re Mill on trial in circuit court todas lor the Alleged thtfi of S825 frotr an aged cmiple livinj near L?ach- vllle. 'I'hr- thelt octurrid In Scplraitor 1MO. anil H'.'o men. 1'ele Cricler am John Anderson, 'accused jolnil; v.-llh Harrell. have already served. d larceny; Noel Pannell, sell- llciuor; Vraiik Palmer, selling icinor; Rtiymoml Dowiy, selling Iqtior. Iiuleflnlte rxjstponemenl o[ trial o.' Dewey Pusscr, youth Indicted ast year by the grand jury for murder, has been announced, with n strong indication that the case will I Suing "S&Tpb'acco- Heir strung imiicauou UIUL in? ^otx »»> > , t . ..- —. never be brought w trial. The in- Gitimnes Here More Inan definite continuance was at the r\ i i Tl t A Double Those ,o{ Any | Other Arkansas County.' iiiggesllon of the father of a youth: killed by Piihser. Denver Dudley. I pros',-cming attorney, announced. 1 Pnsser claimed self-defense ai the I time or the killing. I N ° l » r(>:it lo ^ L f ssl i>l» C0lml v s Smiib, negro, was found uaditlonal leadership in cotton Ed Smiili, negro. Bi'ilty ol iiciit larceny by a jury '.hi;, morning ami given ;\ $20 Hue. Clarence llovill v:;u i-kared of a cKiige of uansixxtina intoxicating liquor by n jury yesterday. Villiarcl i H r -r:j \v t is acrn-ltted of a charge of! ilk-'jal ix>;~e5?urjn of liquor for the ciiip:s? uf .'ink' by a Jury the :lay county jail lifter Iwiii!? brought tack hire fro:n Florida and was only recaptured again last summer in Louisiana. lilrntifidl l,y Viclini production in this stale 1.5 contained in llie most recent i;lnnlnt; figures, compiled by tin 1 bureau o; tV census, i As previously reported t-j the j Courier News ijy C. C. miifliowr i of i/.ixor», Mississippi county ginned | (ki.CM bali-s prio: lo O--loi>!-r 111. I Tiii- second coiin'.y in Arkanu.s was I Crluemlen. which i;inn?d 3'1'JKl to | ri in ihf' t i r LL \ u tin- same dale. from the ftgcd Cottonwood Man , ny ^ |w Arkiuisas prior ,„. round Dead tn Kiver octouer is was :>w»i'i. compami t« 752,175 p-.lor to the same- dale laiL Harrell was identified this mom- ___ Ing by T. W. Williamson, victim oi I The .'-en:;--., CARUTHEnSYIU.E. Mo. — Pa-• tctison. | nrral services v.ere held in tills city Cotton ginned prior lo October j '.<.:• William Ciirroll. 70. who was'n, 1933 and 1932, in Arkiiu-as toun- '.hc. M:.,slssii)r ; >; river. [.; cs which ginnr-ii 10.000 bales or I law (javfralng draining nnd lovoe mallei's. For more ihnn thirty years he l:as br-en n mftnbfr of the board Cavullioi'svillc Rng i n e e r iVfode Honorary l>v Rolarians. of supervisors of the Little Hlver ! Drainage Ulstrld, which he hfljied and for thirty years tie I lins been chief engineer for Hi? SI, Prancls U-vee District. ! Hcvewiy he lins been boosted by [Ills Irlcnds lif, a prospective «l>; point™ to a vacancy on HIP Mlssls- I i-lppi Hlvi'i' Commission, and nol I only tin- Ills friends hopeful Hint lie will be mini' d. but II seems pvo..- Drnvc ,\«uy After Somersault BOSTON. IUP)— Commonwealth Avenue residents recently reported police thai n scdtin, driven by n mnn, wltli rv woman passenger, wlilcli somcrsnuUed on the pnvo- inent, turned over threp tlnus nnd then landed uprl?lu nnd contln- CAItUTIlFllHVll.LE. MO. - For j I!..' In.-t tinse in il.s ten years of |*x:-!-:i.i-. [lie c.ii-uilii'i-svlllo Ho- 1 .l.iiv '•:':!) has confi'iixxl an I'.onor- , I ;.iy LI -:;ii).'>:>hip tin a citi/ul yl ijlli: i\::::nimity. ii. !\ itoyiuilds was! tin- i.-iip:(j'.i of thii reco^hiilon. i '! !"»:• tl'.irty or furty yenrs Hvyn-1 c.ds h.i, di-vutvil himself umiiut-1 i | u;ly !u il'.v devL-lDpmi'n 1 . of this city Ijiuui i oimly. Hi- «HS one ol ilic Kin.u nr[tiiiil7fis of the Hrst are favorable. M. Heeve piomlneni lo- cnl iittuinry. m.uU- a brief address to the cli:lj. .settins O'.il the hllth lll-hU 01 lie; nolcls 1 career. The- jiro- cnuiii^s came as :i toaipletr snr- prisi 1 li IteynolJs. 1'iilriil WUKIIII Has llcaler MADISON, Wls. iUI')-- Prison- Ht. I'ldiiiK in the Mudlsou p'jllrc Catch 1 nq COLD? p.itrol will not t-hlvei' twin the .-JK*^ ilii.:ivi;i. dUirii-ts lu'iv thai li-il wjirnit! lu-n-alli'r. A heater hns lx.-en tin,lioiimt'!U o! u'.hi-iTi nml Hi: 1 ! li.: tnlli-d l>y order uf tlw city Ttc-'-inititlun of tliuusamls ol iii'rcs | council. Mi-mlx-rs ol the council o! f.i!in Hulls Irom snainps. He | Iririiu-ntly u>:i- ths: patrol fur In«!!• u I ~.o i-onni'i-li'd wltli the or-1 s)»-L'll;n trips thv clly. [;;clii/at: n of Ide St. l-'nmcls I, 1 . 1 " Dis'.rii-. mui was co-a'.ilhor of conducted by the mm? prior to Ctel-' llu ro'juers. ;is one of ilit mt-'i who, | K ( -i. D. K. l-' pastor ol li-.e Mm. follow: |x>sln' 0 ' as oniccis. entered his haiise Ipjit llapti.-,! i-hurcli. and inU-rinenu and took tin- small failune Wil- MK^ in Map:? cemetery. | ' liamson and ills wife had .snvedl Carroll, who made his home wtih ] over a p'.-riod oi years. Harrell was! his daughters. Mrs. John Alsup, Mrs. | tn d"ny any conns'.-iion with the: Hr.msr Myei.-, and Mrs. BL-A Dayle. vobljtry on taking Ihe .stand tlil.ijh!" of CoiluaAoxl Polns c'jimnun- nlternoDti. his counsel, E. E. Alex-|iiy. was !i-:t *r;n on Pritlay, O;:t. andcr. said in his optnina stale-j 20th, when he left Mrs. Doyle's m5nt. i hr-rrx-. \Vhcn it wa.s learned the fol- Trial of Tncmas Plc-tc'ncv lx-s'.(-r,; Itwin-; Monday that lie had nol cliLireed with kidnnping three cliil-1 s-psm ilit iiiti'i'vi-niuii time wi:n ditn of a I'op'.or Corner farmer, war, either of the other two daughters, 18 th:s sra- | a iec.ri'h a-js stnrt«l. When jounrt. ho was clinging lo tentatively sat for this afternoon - alter absence of tiefenbe witnesses forced a cantinuanec this morning, a large willow pole with one hand I', appeared from progress in Har- "nci one lei;, hi-; head submer^i! in relVs iriul thai Lester's trial would | th-- «ater. not optn before lomorro*'. , Hi- was t'j'.ved down river to Cot- Ti'ial of Autrcy Wagner, former ! icnwood. Those- who hel]>ed remove " ' Missouri convict." on a chart* of triminal assault., has been set. for Wednesday of next week. Wasner him from t'r.c water said thai blaod fiCMtd from a cm and bruiffid .spai on. liis forehead. Tills indicated, it, inquest returned ti: from drownin The corc- verdif-t o: Ls alleged lo have been sentenced i «as said, that, he had cithur accl- f.vice in Missouri for crimes sir.ii- dt-;n:,l!y fallen and struck his head Inr to one he Ls accused of com-j on ihe-pole. o:- had been struck on rnitting near Corner a day thi head by someone and his bodj alter he left. lh« Missouri prison | into the river. tit Jelferson City. Next week's trial docket, aho Includes the- cases of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pruitt. ac-! ciised ol murder in the clrov.ning of an infant, girl, which have teen ; b?l for Monday. Thomas Itcpnrlcd Indldeil It has been learned from reliable sources that Sam Thomas, fcrmer secretary-treasurer of tlu- <)«funct Agricultural Finance corporation of Hlythc-viUe, has beenj indicted on a charge o! mibe//.!*-1 ineni in connection with allege d' shortages in the corporation's funds. Thomas now Hves In Memphis. It 15 hardly possible that he will be tried ai thi-s term. Among the indictments returned by the- grand jury, which adjourned ye:-'.crday, nol already announced, ars th? following:. Richard Ward, grnnd larceny; Ellis Wheeler, burglary and grand larceny; C. P. Fender, embezzlement: Ilorncc Avers. Ashley Chicot Clark Columbia ... Ccnway — Craighcad .. Crittcndcn . Uesha Faulkner .. Hempslead . Jtckson ... Jefferson .. Lafavette .. Let Lincoln — Lvmoke Mississippi . Phillips ... Poihsett ... St. Francis While 1933 12.450 12.8« 10.SJ1 ia.231 10.239 18.607 32.M7 H.004 H.liH I't.lPA 12,119 27.44C 11.72C . 11.803 . 12.1 Hi . '20.89S) . CG.tifH 15,511 . 21,100 . WJ.WK)' 12.-193 13.080 9,818 18.V28 12.517 3:1.341 37.384 12281 iti.:t82 14.4S7 ie.3'^8 30.602 15.099 15.708 H.44S 2S.389 M.COU 21.2GG 27,t;04 23.402 17,003 i Suing Itlrliavil .1. !leyn«!:!s. (,I'I:K-- i co ln-ii-, for ;i_:!.riijii uir In-.-.i-li i of rojilract is Joliaima Sti:;'-liln- ' (aliiive). danefr. who Halirni lli::i | elio Kove "t 1 a -5-ICiO-n-wftk )ol> In I I'rMRMO on strength of in-nmlix-o hy lieynolds mid Xr-d Wayburii. a (lanclne tnael.or, of a hctlvr loll In America. Tlio job, slio EUVB, inil || not uiaterUlixo. ' llllce Toinalues (;r<i\vn I GliAND K.M'IDS. Mich. tU!') — Tomntccs weighing more than two i pounds each wore grown by H'T- ina:i Eb:ling in u giirden back of his liome. They wi-rc- Hit I'ontli- rosa variety. Tin. 1 largest oiv; balanced '.he scales :it two poinuli. tevcn ouncsj. lie :5ald. Many of the high schools in Bulgaria have been closed because the students arc refusing to do the work [heir farefathers were contented to do. Good News tor Kidney SirfSesess! Ittrcis n-'irf ti.aL K<v.-s riBl:l ji.i'i if i: lints HflT rXulil.-r. M5(r |i:iililill j-Uit:. irrrii f.rk ft fur 1 tVy J'lli,- — .ranue. CI'JW Free Delivety Free Delivery SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Gly-Cas Absolute Sensation At The Kirby Bros, Drugs Widc.-prt-iu) ;incl Sincere I'niise Reins Accorded New Herlinl Remedy; •Many Say, "Never A Medicine Us Kqual" Potatoes 1 ') Pound Peck Sacks 32c Butter Golden Rod Pound 24c Pure Lard S-I.h. Carton "This new Gly-Cas did just what T wanted it to in my awful c;,?e." said Mr.v J. P. Goodman. 311 South il.lly St., Blylheviiic, inspected local lady, wife of a v.i II known rf-lired farmer. "I l.i:d bei'ii bothered with constipation for the past 7 years and was --ri CORNED BEEF 12-0/. Can 19 C BIRD SEED Frent TOILET PAPER G T,o!20 L POP CORN Me's Spei-inl Shcllrd 2 I.b. 13 C TflMATft JUICB 1 UlTiA I Uifeo - ifeoch Nul. .'{ Cans I'- & G. OCI Gimit Kars. (i for LJ Canova Ib. Can CORN No - 2St; '- mIi 1for25 L l-argc Heads Each 11. ids fill 5ai-h U -i COFFEE Four T il f <,n 28 C DRESSING-' Dainty Maid. Quart NEW CROP '^ li W:t 'yf Premier. Vacuum 9A<- l';irkcil. I.I). prtidnally growing xvorw? every day. My stomach l.ccamc disordered ii:'o nv.-ful Mno'.l-.rrinK spells afler c.iti»2. was sli irt of breath and :c ncrvoas I would shake. Rheumatism settled in my hips and !iv:: and lumu;i.-o adtlcil to my uaily miserable conJition. Couldn't :i'op over and was nearly crippicrt at lim?s. I 'i:e<l everything it .'.reined, spent over 3100.00 but \vltli no good icsiiUs—until 1 v,as linally persuaded to give this new Cly-Car, n tria'.. It \vr.s no time at all until I fo-mil Gly-Cas to bo insl the m irllcir.e I had b iwedlng—it was entirely different from any nwdlc'rr I had ever taken before. My I'omacli and towels vnc regulated niniast at once, no longer IronblKl at all. eat \vlial 1 vant, with no HI effects after wards. Rheumatism relieved and lumbago practically a thing of the , • i ,:rt. II Is wonderful people can \ fc-t a medicin-: like Gly-Cas—I \ in'derstand now why so many pco- p-c say it is i!ic cause of them enjoying Eoocl snd glorious health p gal n." Gly-Cas Is sold by Kirby Bros, lirug Co., this city, and by all Ifadlnj? drug sttvcs in surrounding towns, —Artv HAMS Susar Cured Sniiili AveraRC Half or Whole Ib. lOic FRANKS Or 1'resh Ib. lOc HAMS FRESH Small Average Ha IT' or Wluilo VEAL ROAST Lb. BEEF RCAST Brisket 1,1). PORK ROAST ,.12? STEAK Baby Beef 1C«- l.h. U PORK BRAINS ..... 12V BEEF LIVER , „ 12V HENS Fancy Full Dressed Ib. 17c Head Coniler News Want Atls. VlCKS\ Hose&Throat v DROPS j NtW AID IN PRmNTING COLDS WEEK-END BARGAINS For Cash Friday, Saturday and Sunday Shirts Shirts Shirts New Ones By Manhattan Upjolms SUI'KK 1) Cod liver Oil I'ini - - Si.i« S-0/.. - - 7Of ' Sl-l'KIi 1) Concentrate SI.(II) H'r/.i! K!U- Stilii'i' D (.'sip- suits Sl.l'J Cod Liver Oil Tablets SU'lm ice ARttinst of All Kinds Winter Time SI.HI) V ill IK- W liver Oil Sl.iii) Valui- CRAZY CRYSTALS $1.50 i 5S DR. DRAKES CROUP REMEDY WAl-GRKKN AH1.K 01' NKS1A. Knll 1'inl. VICKS COUGH DROPS 1 Oc Kixc 6 C 1 ALCOHOL Kull Pint LANES PILLS 18' f COI.CATK S1IAVK SOAP l-'LETCJIKll CASTORIA \VKIG I.F.Y'S CUM. '•'• for Ml \A\.\.\' COCO QUININE nIKAIVS DKXTU1 MA1.TOSK CKJAKS C'rtmo, I! for - lOc Fiu-fory, 2 fr Sc H:iv. Sweet, 2 fr fit .Muriel, (I for - 'i CiKiircftes, I'kp;. ir>c I'riutc Alhcrl - 10c/ [ CAKIMJI SI.0(1 Hi/c Jl.lFKHUOY ISOAP. H:ir 1 W AMPOKES ,?).«» Si/.c MOUTH WASH 50c Vick Nose Drops 39c Walgreen Iron, Quinine, Strychnine, full pint - - 63c QUININE S1.2-. Value OA<> 1 Ounce PH I S IlLLo Walgreen Mineral Oil full pint - - - 24c - Brushless Shave :'.ric Value His .iar ..... 10e Chill Tonics Nash (ififi, Small - - - - .">!>(' filiti, l«irp;e - - - 3!li' HOT WA'l'ICU 59c siTmi Fountain Syringe 59c TOOTH PASTE^'Sc" 2? i: Bromo Quinine - - - 24c AMBROSA 1)n su> 69 l SOAP •I Cakes for L< n-ENETRO Mull on Suet Salve 1Q<- I 2.>i- Value U BALMBEN6AY v^ c 65 e BROWNIE COLD CAPS 18 C QUININE CAPS ABSORBINE JH Vicks Salve Zcrbst Cold Caps - - - 24c Genuine Gem or Everready .>. 1"T'T|"U > U 1 «TJ^ Main at Second iVJLIVtS JL S Main at Broadway The Raven- A hraiitiful nuw (lurk jjrcy barkKrountl with red, white and yellow cli|) dots ... A stylt! vou'll lilie. The Cam A ne\v neckband num- hi-r with 2 stiff collars to match in ^iriKham checks of blue and white; brown a n d white; and maroon, grey and white. .50 Our entire cast win- d o w is devolod to other new and ai>i>eal- inst Shirt ideas I) y Miinhattan. CLOTHING

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