The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1934 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 15, 1934
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Suits and • Shoes All This. Week TliVK .,Jilgn f.iadi' s'lillf. ami "Jior-ii'au' frlctci In ri>li ihirli f :/ift!c . . . j IXc.-duwl;! It ;<in.. will ire riirh' liilrot nn (hl ; incr.-.linn(lld} ,• again Ilili rn r. Society Brarid Suits Rcfluced - 50 I'ark Hiti $35 SUITS '2 1'iiii- I'ants $oer.50 25 Bos Ionian Shoes <; 810 Slices ,18.95 -; §8.50 Shoes $7.45 Tf • rLeallier Boots Riding Pauls 32^95 Haynes Men's Shop Be well dressed — ——Quality cleaning will help you. Anyone can buy ami wear gnail clothes -' Jjuf thc proper care of clolhcs lias us much lo <)p _ with personal appearance ^as nny thing else. Eighteen jeara experience has taught us.mucli about cleaning Principally that GOOD Cleaning i s (he • Only Kind that will win and keep patronage. When >ou 1 - Dries' Cleanup voi liny the Finest! Phone 180 NuWa Cleaners BUTI1EV1XL& (AHK.) COURIER NBWw Vlorc Out •jnuonUy. late ;al? motor. Jlsls whose gasoline supply, ) ms •given out. He always "05 kept a lean of gasoline In an accessible < place for such callers, i When n moloHst calls al Mar- 1 tin's liome late at night, Martin jslmiily directs the person to the •n -7 ™A •!• Ioi ' i11 " 011 °f «>« wsoliiic supply 1 ban 7,000 1 urn i"! 1 " «° l '- s tedt "• •*«!>. over a , c . r r , r> • i 1 ' of lcn ycnl ' s Mflvlin lias yei lot- real tire Racing •— s l Program Saturday .. CAHUTIIKRSV1I.LK. Mo.- ''T lie largest crm«l in (ho history a! )'6m iscot coiinly Mrs Jammed the grounds Saturday to witness mces More Hint, 7,030 persons -passed through the tinnslllcs. Thursday'.~"o«-<i of (i.flOO was tlic lai'jffst open- g-dny cro.Kl in 2<j years lo intern! a fair In this county. K. Ray, mourned nn Maxlmus. rock- a beautiful race lo win first place In the $250 American l,egbn Derby, the feature race of Uic dayV program. • There were seven starters. Opossum. Drown up, was .we- on!, and MiJo, Ted Corn up, fin- hed tliliC. Not a. Icnsili si'pa- ed the Itircu pliyeer:; at thi' llulsli. Dick Prlscu wi>« first In the free r nil trot, $150 nl , vst! , Charley My second anj Volstead toot a third. The best time, liy Dick co In tlie Ov.«t of three heats. WHS Harry stutls pllolwl Hloijdeji to victory over the first livo-etghtbs aasti, $75 purse, stutls, at line time one of America's prciiikv jockeys "as turned In a number of nice rite during (he races, nntl Is iniik- »•* a high bid for the i,?.u Jockey to ride J>3re. Ted corn and [•;. Ray fire closely pursuing him for this honor, having B number of good rides to tticjr credit. ID this, race Unravel was second and Atlilone Lass third, lilogden dipped Hi-distance In 1:02. The free for all pace mis mm by noyal Cliff. Jimmy Strntlimoro \\-\s second and Calvin Grn(l;>n ! i 'I The brat tlfne of the three heats My Royal Cllll, was 2: la. The «'a:j $150. The Imlf-nille consolallun dnsli »0 purse, was won l )y politician Lake Brown lip. Mctfancy, on Spoilt liahy, nnlshcd second, and E Hay, on .loan L., third. A novelty feature of the races was the "while mule derby." Ordinary white farm mules were used! and tne riders were natives of this county. Lee Hodklns wns first. Ucrl W listed second, mi( | ifendri.v AriU. imra. Time Wiis lio , fccl)l _ ns thc smiles could he prodded no luster (linn a walk. -Monroe i.eek, deputy ? ,'1% '""' wc " kllmv " tln-oiigh- put- Ihl^ section, fiulslittl the raec en minutes, after the other starters ind crossed the ])„„. R,,. „,_, ef _ orts, he was awarded the ribbon or the fair's worst Jockey, accord- Ing to Ralph Hutchison, one or the '•nee judges, who furnished n,e W'"tc nudes. Farmer Finds Touring .' Autoists Are Honest MASON CITY, III. (UPJ-Oscar uiU'lln. runner residing near here ins developed « . Kre iU confidence n the hnuciiLy of tin- niotnihr> public as n result n! (en 'years ot contact with motorists. •ivliiij nenr r< stale highway Viiu-lin Ims been called on fvc- IN IVAKNINU OliUKll, THE CHANCBIiy COUH'l CIII<JKASA\VI!A D 1ST K I C" • XIISSlSBll'l'l COUNTY' M KANSAS. Ada lililer, I'lalntlff No. 5783 v.,. Tine Rider, Defendant The dnfcmliinf. Tine Hitler k tnrnrrt (o appear within thirty lays in the court named | M u .' caption hereof and answer thf omplaliu of (he plaintiff, Ada d (his 15th day of Octotor, R. L. GAINES, Clerk, - ny Elliott Sartnln, D. c.' 15^22-28-; HKAL, Protection J'llOJIU lilt <:i.AIU<-\VIl,SON AORNCY General Insurance •We I'iiy M\ i.o.vo s with a smilu" {airji'^Jj. Clark - Maker Wilson o accommodate a motorist who ms failed to reliirn thc uasoHne ma snicl leave sufficient inoney to jay for thc fuel obtained. Head Courier News Wani Ad.s. ' Idaho Faces. F<mr ; Parly Race -BOISE, Idaho <UP)-idaholN u : ; vfmbtr general election will be a four-party race. Democrats n,.. publicans, Prohibitionists, and So dnllsts, have filed state tickets MONDAY. OCTOBER. 15,. 1934 MALLORYHATS We will rover cacti hcail in the up-to-date fall. lM4slyle,snnp- brlm or roll-brim, aud you'll cnlch n surprised look on your fftcxj in tLo mirror when you fimj out how small tie "covet charge" U. •i; New Mead Clothing Co. STETSON JUDGE a man by his J friends; judge a product by the folks who buy it. Take STEISON lials, for instance. For many years more men have worn STETSONS than any other brand at fitly fjrict. And among the STETSON wearers arc numbered the leaders in business, .in finance, in society, and in the arts. Choose a Fall STETSON —you'll be in good company! $6.50 Ne^v Mead Clothing Co. ING Aw NIT,,; : DOUBLE FEAT JURE 2 nlatchcs'•- - 90'Minute lime Limit 2 Out of 3"Fails Roy Wolch vs. Jack Put-din Ralph Smith vs. Sammy George is Out, of every 100 married couples ,(li Frarice, 23 have no fninllj-, : 25 Have only ont' child, nnd.22 Imve two children. Less lhan 3' psr cent Imvc inorc- Ihiin suven chil- .MEXICO, MO. R Bra . ., . -. ra . (lcn dug a Wo-poyhd 'Cannon ball a relic o( the Civil 'War, out of Jils •'«•<?!. I '/Tie missile' 'i 1!u i |, c , en fired Jrom a smooth-bore, mu??le- It's easier to get work if you have a tefephone . .'tjii^Sto^ .LI-- J '•uukoepcn by-Id o-*>/, i<milo», loborcri, rna- roorfmcn, proreiiionaldancr'f, nioinlennnc^ men, all teH the lame irory. tof thci>coplevlmar L lnmn e Ihcir telephones m ^<^< Mla . «S"!n.... after Lcmg wilhout n telephone, for ^ i •oraclimc. . . tell lls: "Ii' s cas ; cr lo gcl worj( , f (| HouieUeper » Ieli-|,l,onc". flic majority are men nn.J women in search of n joli Some nro pnri-iimc workers, llonsekecpcrs.l.y-ll.c-.l^ jnnilors, laborers, railroad men, professional il.incors| "-aintennncc men, nil tell thc smne story. A telephone n ! tomcmnkc, them n »,;l,, Mc , ,, lilkcs „,,.,„ ras> . |fl rcnph AmUhc, tell „,, too, II,;,, the difference, toll,,.',,, i a ,,,, c ,, r telephone. " ton. Wuulil it iKThaji.s pay you to hnvc yuitr IfL phone put hack? Think il over. How to get a telephone • Ccl in touch with the telephone hnsiness office. • Our people there «lll be gln.i to quote rules ,,r ti,,. JoUBllnee^arylnrormntio,, nithon, u hll Bn ,ton. SOUTHWESTERN BEIL ^\1 \ (^ V^A \i .Hmi TELEPHONE COMPANY nnounang- ;;, A complete showing of •"' Ranes andi Water .titealfeifs i Hear— Miss Edna Ferguson Home. Economist and Lecturer Tdf Yon About tin;-Superior Fontures of ElmrieCookery a! the COU1MEK NEWS COOKING SCHOOL CITY HAM, AUDITORIUM - - TiHS WKtiK GIVES YOU ADVANCED STYLING, AMAZING SPEED, CONVENIENCE AND ECONOMY Here's everything you could ask for in a modern Electric Range, yet it costs little more than an old-fashioned stove. The 2 lolpoint Automatic Electric Range gives yon all ihcadvanlages of ordinary electric cookery, plus amazing speed, economy and dependability. Once you have cooked with this Automatic Electric Range with its Hi-Speed Calrod heating coils and dependable automatic oven, you'll \vondcrhowyoucverdidgetaloni' without it. You'll find it so, simple and easy lo use, and results wiil never fail to please yon. [foipoiiifsnewHi-jpcetfhciiinf coil cooks at Ijic it ;, food will cooV. Snip ilie iwiuh Jncl <-• i coils respond almost iruunlly wilh , -• i coils respond almost Blowing htal, pure as SUDlhinc. HOT WATER ELECTRICALLY The Hotpoint Automatic Electric \Vii- ter Hcatcr;provides a constant^upply'' of clean hot w;uci?'-'at low cost. 1 Nt>' | waiting.. no flame,' smoke, soot ; nor ! ashes. Not even a switch to turn. It's.: entirely automatic.. and like the Hotpoint Electric Range, you can depen'd" on it to give ye"ars of faithful service. low electric rates for water healing and electric'cookery are now in effect. £/eCtric RANGES arid'^ATER HEATER Arkansas-Missouri Power Co, Your Service —

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