The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE BIX . (ABK.) JDQURIEB SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1933 When Prohibition Ended The distinction of being tlic nrsl legal Mmior Jrlnkcr since 102 went to Benjamin De Casseres. author, when, as rhown above, M downed a highball ia (he instanl the wire installed >n his hotel rcon flashed the news from Utah. Promljition's greatest sleuths, in/. Einstein (left) and Mce Smith, were without db"Uisc when the .made a raid on a bottle of hard .stiilf, as they're shown doing ii photo below. Roosevoli Back in Capilal - '"* >x*< * ' 1 « n» -i $, V - .'/i >«K'T :*. -'^ ,a»fc—.. .* ^Wsit, GIFTS for Her FOH .MK\ ONLY! ! ! f you v.-.int M make your wife love you ill."? ye;ir mmid &;r, f e lM:r Uwiyi' or I'l.vmoulh auiumoblk. ieasonably pslred and K]UI,>;*II vllh all UK: i-i':m-nin:ces liiui t: i woman's liearl. JIAKMC'IT ACTO SALKS GIVE HKH JEWELRY Yon will liau 1 no trouble In selecting a suitable gift, for her i'om our ]'.n'^' and complete r.locX of jewelry a::d ni!l Bt-ods. ALDRUXJE JKWELItY STORE .sn.iv .vi-:cii.i(jt:[-:s Julnllly lai:oiv:! ot Flat Crepe In );hu.'. Peach, I'isi:: and lihiri: A yift s!u>'l! fpptrcliite. Sii.US. .1. C. I'KNNKV CO. GIFTS /or Him KTET^ON HATS u.L'jmure lib. J=u:; iJiul I-1 , hi :c'f« it. 55. XK1V MEAD CI.OTHI.W <.(). Take away UK.' drudgery of wash- Ins; in the coming years. Buy 'l:;r" an Aj:ex Washing Machine. I!. I!. <;KK SAI.KS CO. Cm ATTENTION MKN! A small cash payment will give your wife the perfect gilt—A HOME. See our listings. THOMAS LAND CO. 1OUN01NC I-AJAMAS •''jinUhing new ..Rayon Corduroy I'u.lam;:; In hiun shades vm.. :.-;( ol cr.:>trnrll!i3 .rtilor. Ret 55. NKW VOKK 'STOKK ' Only. 12 More Shopping j flU '^ Day;; Until Christmas, j GIFTS J ]l Home ;ilIOI> IJAI'.l.V '.i ar-i cuiiiiildi! now sii- .1 -.iiali ,-.u7j:n-]ii v;.il hold nil, ties iiuil oiirlstmas. li-:; ji.WKl.UY S'l'OitE no'_ tivo him an OlVio. un- Cuihiim, Treasure ClicM .'Ui- ivi (or Christmas? ACTON' 1'KINTJNCi CO. Plirmi- 10 itriuu' rVhal lie \Vanls •.' t;e;:i'. s«t, Pipe. Gill's, or .'iv;j); Set or Shtafltr Pen. Hlil.I.'Ji I'HAKMACY Itt^jiity firings Happiness The Christmas Season will mean mor-j to tier if she has a nc>\ :,ftnmntnt. Make her a present of one. GKACE KI.ANOKE SHOl'PE Give Stimclliirx Practical fthc will appicciuto a u' f t slll! fllt: wear. We r.iRgesl Scarf Sets hosiery. Purses Gloves, II a is filouses. Sweater Suits. Dresses urn Sweaters anil Pkiris. THE LADIES TOCiGEIlY CKDAK CHESTS For the younijrr girl or mother.. One of thc r c- beautiful Walmi finish Cedar Chests. HIJIIKAKII rUUNITUKE CO. From Sarta, A New Permanent Add to her hippincss at Christmas by giving her n new Per matunt at our modern shop. Margaret no™ Reality Shoppe A BEAUTIFUL WATCH Woitid make lv:r most happy. The new styles as created by Gruen Bulova and Elgin. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE , His vacation days at an end. President Roosevelt is show being ; yeeted at Washington by Secretary of Commerce Daniel C Uopcr before driving to the White Horse. The Pre&Veni journeyed b> train from Warm Springs, Ga., to the ca|iital. Hangman" Trees to Warm Needy DISTINCTIVE GIFTS ;Uomitt>rs. Pcilumc Sets. Bridge Cards. Compacts. Pangburn's Candies, Houbignnt and Culy's Pi.rfumc Sets. Heating Parts, and other sifts sh? ,vill like. UELL'S PHARMACY VENETIAN TOILET Preparations I DAINTY SLEEP TOGS •owns and Panamas tailored of. i> nice quality Silk Crep,' In Pinl: ea Ruse and Blue at S2.95. NEW YOItK STOKE l-'(jr instance AT have Silk Sjurl;- si tip, Arrow Shirts Sl.OS up. 1M- jinnns $1.50 up, Turtle NCCK Sweaters $2.95, Suede or Bi:cfcil:ln Jackets SB.50 to SI2.00, Bathrobes, jladslonc Bags, Handkerchiefs nn;l Ilickok Belt S-;ts. Free Turkey with Suits at J22.50 up. HAYNES MEN'S SHOP GIVE HIM JEWELRY We can solve the problem ot wr.at lo give "him." ALORIDGE JEWELRY STORE SII.K PAJAMAS With or without sash, plain or biocaded, best quality, all colors. St. and $7.50. NhW .MK/.l) CI.OTiiING CO. Give a Pen and Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Outfit. J UlilN'hOA i.KUCi STOKE A lasting gift ror your wife—A Frigidaire. t-he mcst modern c-lcclrlc refrigerator on the m'ar- ke'.. E. K. Gee Sales Co. Ilrlcna Itubtnstein's Cnmp.Tcts, rouilers. Lipsticks Exclusively at Burum's Have Santa Bring her a box of HolHngsworth's Candy. fitted ba^. cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or purse. ROIUNSON DRUG STORE SATIN' DNHIES ft beautiful, luc'.rous satin in Ten Rose. /Pink ?vd" Blue, expertly •i'ilored Slips, Dance Sets and GMMJS. NEW YORK STORE u.uy 12 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. (,i\c .Siinu-IUIng Elfctrieal 1-bli.- and Floor Lamjis. $1 to $10 Weiimghousc !ron.s, Heating Pads. :-i:iCok.iors. Toastci-s, Bathioom tultr.'i, Waflle Irons, and other p.:.: iced. Minns Tiee Detorationi nd Light Sets. Walpole Electric Shop .^ v.. ...^... t-.i...^ Gifts for iKiddies (iOLF EQUIPMENT if he plays golf he would be delighted with a new cluD or two fr a box of balls. A complete ,:rck at all prices. 1IUISRAK1) HARDWARE CO. uivt Ideal Built-in Furniture All Kinrti of Cabinets AKKMO I.UMUEK YAK1) /1VE something tractical—cutlery, ^irtl cages, aiuinuium ;s'are, voasx- is. electric .rons, clocks, sva.clie;. OllEKS'J bTOKE CO. Only 12 More Shopping bays Until Christmas. Murtvood combination BRIDGl TABLE and Fire Screen, S5.05 Murwood de luxe tray, $1.50 BORU.H'S Your dinner will not be compleM without FLOWERS for Xmas Healon's Ilnme of Flowers We suggest Cosmetics, Purses Candle Holder-:. Bud VasM. Nun- •iclly's Candies, Perfume. Alomiz- rs, Compacts, Stationery, Korttm-i FOWLER DRUG CO. .111- I'ci led Gift—What women love -- KAYSKR'S underwear, jloves, hosiery. Reasonably priced . Jack Applebaum's Your sentiment; are best expressed when you iay it with FLOWERS. Heatim's Home nf Flowers. DRESS CLOTHES Tuxedos and r.il accessories. Tuxedos priced :-J5-to $35. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Family GIFTS -. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES i Brocaded Rayon and all wool "| Flannel Robes In a choice selec- j.licn of colors. S4.4D. J. C. PENNEY CO. He'd Like a New Scarf! We have the very kind THE LADIES TOGGERY A Gilt For All the Family— A Delco lighting plant. Also Dtlco Uiidion lor Lniiiitry homes. K. II. GKK SALES CO. THK IDI:AI, GIFT A Theatre Coiiiwn Book for the family or friends, $2.50 and S5 Good anytime. RITZ and KOXV THEATRES R/.PICS—/. gift the You can please him with a Pipe Billfold Box (.f Cigars, Shaving fain;!} i Biush or a Fijjhllght enjoys. Ask for demonstration. ! r-^T.-T^.* nnv .^ .1 , i-.. n. GEI; SAI.KS co. FOWLER nr>UG CO. I CABINET SMOKERS ™ E EL^^^RD^V'^'iOnly 12 More Shopping , «°'« ™»y ".'Palate one of thes LLiiAUhtu ARUENS \ J tt bl cabinet Smokers... .Low priced i.n^iimx HJJL.C.I rrep-.muions i i> - -i r«l • EXCLUSIVELY AT BORUM's | Uavs unhi Lluislmas. : to3. IIUHBARD FURNITURE CO. Sicycle Tires, Horns. Saddles, Baskets, Handle Grins, Spokes. Vtieels, Rims, Brake Paris, Rcpair- i. Carney's Sliop. 113 S. I-irst St. tone C43. TOYLAND OPENED iiudies will b? delighted to know- that our complete Tpy Depart- icnt s now open. •••> V- ' 1- C. PENNEY CO.,.. We Have What They Want; ^kates, Tricycle's, Scooters, bicycles Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes. .22 lifies (Stevein,' Hamilton ana pringfield) Pocket Knives, Flosh- ighls. Watches, Hunting Knives, luzzy Barton Air Rifles and com- ination Scout Knives and Axes, r.rludhij' carrier. BURKE HARDWARE CO. "We Sc'l For Less" IHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially priced. Oberst Store Co PRACTICAL GIFTS ivc the children things that wil last such as Tricycles, Coastei Wagons, Skates, Air Rifles, Bicycles, etc. All priced most reason rbly. HUBBAR*D HARDWARE CO. TABLES' TABLES; o"ee Tables, Occasional Tables End Tables...Every kind of tab! ..And they always make an ac icptable gill. HUBUARD FURNITURE CO. Santa CL'ius' Headquarter; •(• Sell Everything—the beal (j'.inl- :ty Xmas Gifts Radios, .Mi:s!c.U !Slri:;nents, Cniidles, Lamps, L'.-a- .er Uoods, Glassware, El.clrieal .ifts. I'AltltJIUItST CO., 1M K. Main GIFT .VOVELTIES cuk Ends, Ash Trays, Whst-Xots, Vases, Roud'Jlr I^miK, Table nmps and novelties of all kinds Gl'AlWS JIAVELKY STOKK PECIAL asiortment of gilt nov- eltus, games, stationery candy KOKIIM'S DEEP NAP BLANKETS ixEO Deep Knap Double Blankets in a beautiful range ot .aids. S2.TO. J. C. I'iNNEY CO. Only 12 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. (fermanetw i Photograph—the Perfect Xnus Gift ReduceJ holiday prices, llu- .irt Doyle, re\t door to Western Jr. ion. Ciive yourself m Xmas gift. Have your WATCH repaired by an ex- aert. p'nryanl, Aldridje Jewelry Store. Quick Meal Oil Kanses Cioslcy Radios, Scaly Mattresses Slumberon Mattresses, D c lux Epriiiss^Lounge Chairs and Olto- msn, Rockers, Occasional Chairs. ?tudio Couches, Childs Beds, Childr Rockers, High Chairs, Desks, Cedar Cl.ests, Card Tables, Tables—Oc- ;r.-.kmal, Rad'c., End, Medicine Cabinets, Mirrors. CHARLES S. LEMONS Quod Furniture at Moderate Cost Make your home modern and convenient for Christmas with built-in cabinets, shelves, break- last nook, wall brackets. It. J. Peterson, 200 N. iist icautiful. inexpensive artificial WREATHS for the graves of loved ones at Xmas. lltslon's Home of Flowers Only 12 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Only 12 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Badly hacked by morbid souvenir himlers. the hangman's' trees in St. James park, San Jose, Calif., have been f.-lled to eliminate the ghastly reminder of the double 'lynching of the slayers of Brooke Hart. Workmen are shown here K they prepared to start chopping - one of the trees Into firewood for poor families of the city. For Household Workshop Will Afford Last- Christmas shopping days are upon us, and white there may be some still among us who buy and useless trivialities for their family and friends, the (rend in the last three years has teen towa:d sane gifts, gifts which are and which are necessary, replace some Item on the housekeeping budget shopping list. W.-y not begin {his year's sliop- the floor: a new sink; better still one of the handsome sinks witii electrical dishwasher in il . . . not a luxury, this llein, but a time saver, a device which guarantees a higher sanitary standard in the hcuse. and one which certainly arfds py to the job of homemak- Ranjc and Rffriser.itor At the top of the list lor such i Christmas come the range and refrigerator. If you have been cooking by old methods, using an 0111- cf-date range, one without an automatic control, one which uses tco much fuel and causes you lots of washing of .pots and pans besides, invest in a new range. Buy one • which is made by a reputable com- • pany widely known for tr.c integrity of Its pixxhicts and which will sland back ol iis sale. Apply Ihe same consclenliou' fllscietion when new refrigerator. you select tin"o( course yo.; lhat important work- want il to r.ave all of the ,,,^. , shop, the kitchen. If there is to be I convenances—light inside, R fool a large sum of money, then there is no be'.ter lime to begin modernizing tr.c kitchen than Tvith this Christmas, plan on making a new workshop out of it. little; perhaps new Paint cists linoleum for lever, ea^ly manipulated door, good arrangement ot sr.elves, adequate freezing trays—but more important than these features is the standard o: the manufacturing whir'' guarantees fine construction with s;ODd insulation, which insures a lo\v cost of operation. Small Things Buy ihat long-put-c(T waffle iron: tt:c much needed omelet pan; UK- 5-jt of measuring spoons; a good flour sifter; the frying kettle and j ' tasket you have been prom'jing I yourself so many montrs. Or slip into the enameled wares section cf your favorite store and pick up thosj double boilers which are so .'tsential in making icings and cvstards; buy a new tea kettle snd a whole set of cake pans;-or n:w casseroles ol glass or carth- :nware; new pie dishes of glass; r.ew custard cups, muffin pans and a biscuit tin. ' But nrsl cf all give a conscientious consideration to your kit. chen's needs, making a list of tre . most needed things, and compar- ; ing that wlih the money you feel you can spend on the kitchen's Christmas, iron begin yonr shop- pin; this week. Such shopping means a tetter New Year's tc-3, for improved cookery always makes a | happier household. : Diamonds con be burned In oxy: s,cn at a temperature of about 8M ' (ngrccs centig.-.ide. Hitler Plans Giggle Water for Masses the Texas divMon of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. t-ooks. were written cxprossly to inflame the North against the BERLIN (UPI—"Champagne for 1 :he masses" is the thought behind a new law just approved by Adolf Hiller's cabinet abolishing the' tax on sparkling wines. | Hitherto there has been n tr.x i of 24 cents on every bottle of, champagne SO'T within Germany, '• whether made within the country j or imported. The tax was the | same for all nialltles. In cabarets' ar.d night clubs, it was exacted! over and atove the regular 10 pjr i cent tax 'on all beverages. This has led to the classification ot i champagne as a luxury. It was| tmicunced, but against this view-1 rjolnl placed the argument that' more Jobs can be created If consumption of ohampagne is in- ireascd. The industry expects lo hire 4.000 addi'ional workers based on increased ctnsumpUon stimulated hy th.: t:,x repeal. | "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and such South. Mrs. said. Truthful Ciill War History FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP) — A "tiuthful" hlstori of the Confederacy Is ncede 1, believes Mrs. Os- cai Barthold, past president of "BUKKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less \Vc have (he Most Complete Line of Hardware in Eastern Arkansas! Not the Largest, Hut the Most Complete. Burke Sells For Less Why and How? Our Overhead is Less. We Pay Cash - - We Sell for Cash. We have no delivery. No porters or high powered salesmen. Obviously Why Can't We Sell for Less? It's no secret as lo how and why. Come In and I?e Convinced. We Accept the Challangc. OUR MOTTO BURKE HARDWARF; COMPANY Sells For Less And We Have One Price To All Free Ice W»l« and R«t Rooms for Men, Women, and Children

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