The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1937 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK)' COWUER NEWS £- Wear and Tear on Clothing < § Reduced by Right Treatment One way to add months la the lift of jour hal Is to brush il properly each diy. Brush vith the grain of the btll and dou'i forret to whisk the dust off the ribbon and bow. The special h»l irush above has a, back curved io conform (» the hat shape. T< keep shoes shapely, use shoe Jrces, such as those at lower left. Noti air vrnta In forepart to permit circulation of air through shoe t\e) pWm fined by tree. Suits haiif best <m wishbone type hantcr snch as ara seen at- lower rijhl. Note the shouldcr-liko foniird fake ot these banters. The. heavy-bladcd one in (ront is, <lfil£iie< ,' for o\ercoi(s • By WALTER C. PARK ES NtA^ Sen Ice Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—That John Q Average loses an appreciable jierccnt- ase v of the near through neglect of his clothing is the opinion of a trio of men's near authorities Scjmour H'Rathbun, buyer for a national- ly'knonn hat maker, Leon Block ' tailor to some of the best clad men or Manhattan and points v,eat, and VP D Benjes, executive ot one of the* largest shoe chains sing a scolding chorus on the theme that what this country needs Is a sartorial Dr Holtjto vdlle a treatise on the "Care and Feeding of cloth- Ing" To start at the lop—"The average man's hat tai.cs more of a beating and, gets ,less intelligent care than an> thing else he wear 1 ;," &»ys Hatman Rathbun. "His hat, which contributes fifty per cent to Tils "appearance, Js often treated Mte an old rag " 'Tirst, he shouldtlcarn to piiTlb on "properly You hold It by the front and rear Brim and settle it to trie point where It feels rigbt If jou pull ft do\\n by the sides jou'll rain the s[y~l<> hi a -neck" How to Care forjRain- Soaked Hat He recommends dally brushing to preserve both" llfVafid color Never use a «hlsk broom—It tears up the tender felt The'propcr brush has a medium soft hair bristle about an Inch and a quarter Song Tim lorig handle is slightly" cilrved to Conform to the brirn Brush with the nap, left to rlgnt 'Never try to dry a rain-soaked hat by artificial heat," says Ibis expert "Push out the creases and dents unsnap the brim and lenve fiat on a table to dry naturally and'evenly when thoroughly drj trush lightly to lay the nap and remove dust" Bclie^e It 6r not, what Irks I/con Block most Is pressing "Most men think they are keeping their suits in shape by frequent picsslng, whoi ns n matter ot fact too many trips to the ironing bonrd \\1I1 ruin a good suit," he says 'Remember that a woolen suit. Is made out. of LIVE nmteiial->oi can test tliat by Naddlng a piece up In jour fist and matching It spring back Into shape Pressing removes wrinkles and puts In dressy creases all right, but the heat of the Iron also kills the 'life.' the natural resiliency of the fabilc" He also wains against trying to iron tMceds, homespuns and other loosely i\o\cn fabrics into the spruce llnej of hard-finished worsteds These materials simply are not meant to be Hint way, he snjs "Let them acqiilre the charactcr- sttc bagglness of comfortable coum try clothes If you don't like baggy suits, don't buy Uecclsl" Develop the liablt of brushing find hanging up jour clothes The only I Eipblna Ihc m.in'dous Vi'ttlard Treat- rnfnt which Is krfn^cg tuaulsz , icllcf _ Sold on IS ilayt trial. CIEBY BROS. DRUG CO. ROBINSON DRUG CO., Inc < MANILA; 'EOPLE'S DliUG STOKE hangers arc tl*e wishbone type, broadbladcd a_hd angled forward. llk«- a" Burn's' shoulders For overcoals*uso heavier ones to sup port {the 'extra '.weight. Some ta! lors prefer to hang grousers by the watlsband,'but';Tailor Block-thinks it makes no difference—as long tu >ou haug 'em & addle Soap Will Lengthen i Ufe.ot Shoes Cleanliness is next to longevit. at far as shoes are concerned Shoe man Benjes Is an earnest advocati of the brush and) elbow grease "Regular brushing will keep sho" free of the destructive, gritty this they accumulate,' he points ou ' Occasional use ot saddle soap I helpful, because the soap nol onl cleans theni thoroiiehlv, but ha Ingicdients vvhlch act ns n drcssln for the leather " "Above al| use shoo trees, an have n set for each pair of shoes Never dry vvet shoes by arlificla heat It drjes up the oils whtc arc the life'of leather Also chang }V },,' LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVD - NOSE DROPS USE AS'A PREVENTION Place 86G Salve or 666 NOSE Diops in noalnLs night an morning and take 666 Liquid or Tablets every moininj, JANUARY SALE \~Duo-Therm Oil Burning HEATERS - RANGES Special Trade-In Allowance Convenient Monthly Terms'or- Half Downlwith Balance in the Fall. isK ABOUT OUR FALL 'PAYMENT PLAN ON RADIOS AND 'REfKlGERATOKS \ Hardaway Appliance Co. ^Phone 233 Main and 2nd ix>« as. to'niienlly as possible (o lv« Hiem an alrtiiK'out and a rest. Vhon worn, liavc them mended romptly, as a runover heel, or reokciied sole puts an abnormal train o» Hie whole upper." Locates Sister Since Babyhood MANILA, Ark. — Roscoc Merl- enth BIIBB, for several yenrs n inner In this - section,.-received,' ord this wcclc-of Uie vyliere- Muls ol Ills sister, for whom he as been senrclilng for a year nnd horn he Ims not sceii since he as 17 monllu old, 28 years ngo. he is Ennna lances Alfreds, Ifc of Emor Alfreds, of Coylng- on, Ky. Mr, Bilge's father, P. J. Merl^ elli, died In 1909, ,'Just.. a, short mo after Roffoe was born. He ays thai he tins not found any race of Ills mother but officials f-thc Kentucky children's, hoitic rote him and Informed that he nd his slsler were placed there i 10CO by his mother. They also old lilm tlmt Ills mother; moved o Clnchmhtl, Ohio, In 1917, anil inrrlc'd James Henry DnvU. No voi'd has been received of her Ince. . '• ' ' Roscoe wns adapted by Mr.,and Wrs, J. S. Bngg of Bird's -Point, \Io. Ills sister: wns adopted by Mr; and Mrs. J. J. Miller of-Cov- niiton,. Ky., Just llirec days, be- o're Rascae \vns adopted. He plans 0^ visit her In Ihe near future. Collector Assembles ;,, 4,000 Comic Cartoons KOCHESTEn, N. Y. (UP) — A, ISessey has. an unusual hobbVr. colIccllnB comic . cartoons from ncwspaiKi-s. His - collection • num- licrs more llinn 4,000 cartoons, all neatly pasted In icrap books "Lots of people think us a foolish way to spend lime," Bessey says, "but I've yet to see anyone, man, woman or ch|ld, who would not gladly spcn'd : 'an -hour looking IhrouBh the collection If they, got the chance." • .' , J - • .; ''THURSDAY, JANUARY ,14, 1937 Caught a Cold? • '-•J'«iT« help end it sooner, throat and chest with iVISJSJl Fff£f!\o sufferers of' STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY . Willard's Mcssaqe of Relief PRICELESS INFORMATION for " lliose auffctlns from STOMACH OR UUODENM. ULCF.H.V DUE TO IIVrEK- ACII>ITV-roOH nlOKSTION, ACID TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans E. M. Terry, Prea. and MET. Phone G17 BIjHhevilJe, Ark. All ''Day Friday, Saturday & Sunday AMHROSIA | AC LAYER,CAKE :. I*.. CREAM PUFFS JC Each .......... T PECAN NUT |AC 15READ. Loaf .. IU CRULLERS (CakefJC Donnt). Dp/.\. ...'14 CHOC. CREAM «C DIPS. Each; ;... L Specials for ' liulcrcjj Hour - 5 .to 6 P. M. Fridii.v'-Saliirday-Sundiiy .DON UTS iO G Dnz. ..;.'. .':....:• \L :CARMEL RAISIN ^«C 'Cinna. ROLL, dox I* VANILLA WAFERSQC Do/. ....V....... 0 •PLAIN. ROLLS Di>z PARKERHOUSE ROLLS. Do/. ... Let Us Make Those Special Cakes, I'lcs or Rolls I'lionc 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. 8' length. Lower ii inrlincttlo protrude "Resolute" Jaw JaWjliIjr-liQucJajul ivltli a ticcitlc'i for-. , : winl thnist. Con-" '* . si»icllous for width ' /' immediately nlmvc /'':'/' develop it tvhhroll. of f\nn tis*u£. ne of the finest resolutions you can make for 1937 is "I will taste the whiskey which is so deliciously rich that folks are calling it Kentucky's 'Double- Rich' straight Bourbon!" ky old-time Kentucky Jinillcn . .. ihfc S ooJ olj KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ' i» { 4 . ic K^ i' ' i^ ilv <;,, LIBERTY CASH G LOWEST PRICKS IN TOWN . j';, '314 W. MAIN ST., liLYTHEVlF-LE, AUK. PRICES FOR FKIDAY and SATURDAY !AT BREAD LOAF 5c IJest Grade licof Chuck Lb. 15c Thick Rib Lb. 20c Insist (in Pasteurized Milk for your children. Pasteurised Milk is Safe, no epidemic hits ever been traced to it. "Green's Pasteurized. Jlilk". f Rolled Ham Shoulder lb. 29c Lb. 24c 10c 10c Pkg. For 5c Pkg. of 15 For Lord Chesterfield Lb. COFFEE Miss Liberty Lb. 20 l COFFEE Pride of Memphis Lb. CABBAGE New Green ' Fresh Bunch 2LBBOX 15 ORANGES Lanjre Sixc Do/.cn 15 C PROCESS BUTTER Lb. 33' OLEOMARGARINE 15° PURE CANE SUGAR 1(1 Lbs. FANCY RICE Lb. Anglo Can 17' Rosedale 'No. 2!/z Can SQUARE BOX 01 CKUM SALMON Tall Can Full Quart 10 C CATSUP RUBY 14-Oz. liottle W Standard. No. 2 Can ACC 3 for £U Meaty Pound 5c Home Grown : 1'oiiiul 5c Iceberg CHEESE Wisconsin Full Crenm Lb. HOG MELTS Fresh 71 C 12 Lb. BACON Krcy's.- Fancy Sliced Lb. COTTAGE CHEESE Fresh 191° FRESH RIBS Meaty BACON SKINS For Seasoning 71^ Lb. I 2 F;l "0 r Sliced. Nof Baity * AQ 00 KAM HOCKS Lb- PORK LIVER Fresh GROUNB BEEF Fresh Lb. 15 C BACON In the Piece Lb. 22 C PIG EARS Fresh Lb. PIG SNOUTS Lb. Lb. Can LEMONS Large Size Dozen \ 19 C MEAL 24 IB SACK 65 MARSHMALLOWS Lb. Pkg. PULLMAN LOAF RAISiN BREAD Loaf 10 C PIE MERRIES Pitted No. 2 Can MATCHES Anchor 3 Boxes 10 C SPAGHETTI, A 10 EVAP APPLES Lb. EVAPPEACHES 12f Lb. I L2 School Days. .Petit Pois . No. 2 Can American Can 3 c ZV t Can w LE3SY8 PEACHES 2Vi Can 17' Tennessee Gallon 65 POTTED MEAT Standard Can LARD Compound •l-Lli. Carton 59 l TEXAS FIGS Ki-0/.. Jar \T PALMOLIVE SOAP OVALTINE Snal1 iLarge 2Sc 53c DOG FOOD VIGO Can TISSUE Seminolc 3 Rolls ir PEANUT BUTTER Quart SALAD DRESSING Quart APPLE BUTTER Quart Pkg. •71 C n Loose Gallon TOMATOES Standard JS T o. 2 Can 3 Cor

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