The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1941 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVlLLlJ (ARK.) COURIER NEWS KROGER . PIGGLY WIGGLY •UAIANffI PRICES FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JAM. 17,18 Ark. Blacks 4 ibs. C'NSONS Yellow Globe 3 Ibs. POTATOES No. 1 Red 10 Ibs. CHANGES Frefeh Juicy, 2 Doz. 25c LEMONS Large. Size, Juicy, Do/. Canadian Turnips, Ib. CAULIFLOWER, SnOw White 2 Heads Temple Oranges New Taste Sensation, 6 for 15c 1 Ib. C<nmtfy Club Crackers, 1 Tray Old Fashioned Iced Cookies Both for 25c DEAL 2 Gold Band Chiniex Cup & Saucer with Purchase oi Avalon Soap Flakes, .100% Cleaning Action, 2 22-oz. Pkgs. Aii for 37c SPOTLIGHT COFFEE 1 lb 13c; 3 Ibs 3 $ Lb. Bag- French Brand Only THURSDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1941 Bitter Row Grips Missouri As Democrats Try To Block G.O.P. Governor From Office LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Prices Good for Friday and Saturday Missouri's capStol, governor's mansion in background. Grapefruit Juice 46 07. Cans 2 for 25c SHORTENING 3 lb. Can MATCHES Searchlight 6 Boxes SODA Arm & Hammer 4 Boxes JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Jan'/14 , (NEA)—Catfish floating down the Missouri river are Stopping ;off. -in Jefferson. City k> watch' the .bitterest political "cat" fight ih-lVfis- spuri's history. A ' good stone's throw from the. muddy riycy'--is Missouri's shiny capital ...bviiiKing. A couple or pebble tosses .'down the street is the -ancient governor's mansion. The big row is how in m f>nd aiound the capitol CALUMET »£* ,, Milk Wimlry Club 3 Tali Cans or • • 6 Small FUDGE CAKE Double Dipped, Ea. Lbs. iwC SYRUP TOMATO WICE Steamboat Gallon OLEO Eatntorc lb. 's Special No. 2«/ 2 size, free Lacly Betty. Bread OT( Hutter, 3 For fcU El AIID ( " !rv ( ' lul ' rLUUN 4,1 ox. BOX over who is going to live in the maasion. The Democrats, who under the guidance of Boss Tom Pendergast used to honor .trie late 'ancestors . of Kansas City's North Side Italians , by- counting: their 'oallois in every election, are trying 1.0 ; block, inauguration of the G. O, P. governor-elect. They say ,cnere « f as dirty work at the' polls in November. Protagonists for the governorship are— Lawrence McDaniel. Democrat, big-jowled former excise- commissioner: of St. Louis, and Forrest G. Donnell. Republican, the still-surprised -St. Louis lawyer returned victor in the Nov. 5 election by 1613 votes. The Democratic state committee, charging vote' buying, fraudulent counting "and other- irregularities, asked "the Democratic state legislature oV investigate'the vote on, the governorship and. to Forrest C. Donnell prevent. DonnelTs inauguration on Jan: 33. Republicans' immediately .set' up a clnmor thai, Lhi.s was not ofvly nithle.ss but also unconstitutional. They cited high legal opinion'• nr the -state that the ballot boxes could be opened only in a contest ' filed in the regular and :onsUtutional manner aiid could f V be. pried into mereh- for the ?••' ."'.••' ' " ,i?hi!-urr to "'investigate.'' Bui- Whole, lb. Fancy K. C. Beef Nice and Tender lh. CATFISH sn ECKB0MES Fresh Dressed PORK L!V Finland's Finest Foods. Boneless, I>KP:- ,7 -* ^ C* rendcrgast '"erguson Missouri Attorney .General Roy Mr- Kittrick. Democrat, 'has ruled tho logirilaturr doesn't, havr to ;;r«t DojineU before proceeding with ati Investigation. C. Marion Huleu. Democratic stair cliairman. loads the charge for his pmty. Opposing is G. O. P. Chairman Charles Ferguson. Gov. Lloyd Crow Stark. slj)5 not very happy over (he u-av Hulen - stark. Democratic factions Ranged up on hjnv-in the Q. -S. .sbnnlorinl ]>ri- mary.'-toi.si fall, hn;-; tried to stay clear of the .squabble. He'll continue hi oflice until - it's settled. Meanwhile practically every politico in the state fs swinging from the-'flooY^ml nobody—not, even old Toni Pe'ndergapt—.serms to know where it will all end up. ji'athcr Of Child Accident Victim Awarded $4,000 Default Judgment Judge -G. R. Keck acljoururd the .January session of circuil court. civil division, in Osceola Wednos- clay after :i Direc-djiy term in I -.vJ::j»h all ca.<-o.s were handled bv ;ti jury, .settled out. of court, or ron- j tinned until the May docket.. A $4.000 default, judgment. ;v;is awarded Arthur S. WhoaUy. ut nrar' Cist-cola, against C. .C. Coir who presented no drfcn.se. it v,as charged that Cole operated ;). portable mercantile .store in which hr sold merchancii.sc from hou.sr-to- hou.se. when his truck ran ovrr mul killed the two-ycnr-oki of Whcafley. The tragedy after Cole .sold jjoods to Mr Mrs. Wheatly and started off n the i-ruck. Max Goldstein, Memphis, \va>s- .a*.varded $205 damages to his auto- I mobile aga»w;t Uarv.cy Pcnnenter, Luxora, after the jury heard testimony that Goldstein ran his cai' mto. Permcnler'.s auvomobilc, whiclv- wa« •. said to have been parked Without lights. A Muail amount ASkisd "fot personal injuries was oot allowed, w. Lron rfmith represented the Memphi:: .tr.aiv; Weloy Y.burtg.was attorney for Pcnnenter. A .slander of MUr .suit by D. M. M.«orc. against. Mosc.s SMman, of, Dsceola. most important, on the docket in amount or damages asked, was .settled temporarily by Attorneys as a "non-suit" and may be re-opened in circuit- court at any time within a year. Claude P.- Coopcr and Zal B. Harrison represented tire plaintiff; Horace Sloan. Jonosbpro, the delcndant. court term bcwm Slip .«vway from achcy muscles, stuffy' sniffles, into sleep,-;Rub throat, chosfe, \vjilv F(me< ro. »See itdisappcar itjCo youi .skin surface. Fcol ciovilno help' work !ilmost/-in$UvntIy—inside nud outside' 25cv -t)oublc supply of Pcnctro, 3oc- --—•---• i FRESH FISH FROM COAST Red Snapper, Jb Tenderloin Trout, lb.... .... Jumbo Shrimp Salt Mackerel if^c 2 For.... 25 1 SWIFT'S PKBJNIIUM SPRING LAMB Leg lb... Chops Lb... Shoulder Lb..:. Battery ^ Full. Dressed', "j ib. 22c|Veal Swift's ROAST lb. ITic ARMOUR'S QUALITY HEIFER Rolled Rib Roast Lb Loin Steaks Lb. Roast Chuck Ib. COUNTRY SAUSAGE 15 CCRNMCOBB , 14 HEINZ MACARONI Cooked Ige. can MIX SAUSAGE lb. SRAPEFROIT JLFCE 1<S1 CAKE FLOOR s !™"tr 22 DRESSING Embassy Qt. Jar PINEAPPLE, Flat Tin Crushed or Sliced, Can Peter Pan No. 2 Of Pan Cake Flour SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS Blair's 20 oz. Pkir. 5c . 15c ^ Quart 38c, . . , Pint28c LSBEY S CHili 0§N CMS 80. 1 Can 9c GRAPE JOICE, Rosemary Quart 23c iorida Full Juice Large, Doz. 12c TURIJIP OREEKS fled, 10 Ib. Sack '^^^^^^^^•BBBBiH lA^ES 15c Florida Do/. FRESrt SPINACH ib. RAPEFRUIT Pink Ea. 5 French Dressing j| lljc FLOUR MUSTAB! Steamboat SOWN SUGAR Ib. SALAD DRESSING 19 19cpt.lOc •MHMBMi 12k

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