The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 15, 1937
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, JANUARY 15, 1037 BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS ialing in on an Exhibition of Dogged Determination ? —a ; . . «2P .=--. K;r,rr fl :j^*^^^-^ £^-rr^o,, 1 <« r «.«- ^ ^ f Isj Thompnm to Ms police dog ,ml. Rex. "I „,,.„ m ,„„ ?J ±,, ^, „"' *™ .1°"' Re ' s? , M ^ "* Meg-language they're answer \H." „_ -r ---•' —•• """.j-^ jts ^ uuij-iiin gunge tnevro I guess 111 have, to ta.kin'. No! No! Put your ear (o ll,e receiver Intend of trying. to cat K!" (Continued Prom pn°e One) ier" cent In the equalizing fund. J Senator Milnm's bill would sue Ihe, entire amount to the equal- ting fund. 1 Four cents of the five-cent'c!g- Irelle tax Is allotted the two •unds in a laiv passed several fears ngo nnd the fifth cent is livicled among building funds of •ligher educational institutions. 1 As originally written, the law Irovided for payment of $750,- IfiO lo the common school fund [mil $750,000 to the 'equalizing '. Tlic First immed payment made annually for several Wars because of the belief lhacv ^ was an; annual appropriation, the 1935 report of State Comp- Iroller GrifTiii giiilth.ji'callcd al- leiilion to the Tacl : that "the taw Bid not provide for nn annual appropriation, but only for payment if the two amounts to the two •unds in the order named, after T'htch equal division of the lax Revenue ivas provided. Would Delay Marriages Among the house bills intro- luccd wns one by Blount of White fchich would require applicants for liarriafje licenses to make writ- leu application at least, five days in advance of the. issuance. ;Di- •orced persons would liave to wait •n days to obtain a license. The •.•eddlng ceremony would be per- •ormed in the county 1 in which •lie license was issued under terms If the measure. The' clerk issu- iig (he -license would be rcquire<l - have both the contracting par- •ies identified. A bill by Shaw of .Poinsett permit n voter who is 1111• ble to mark his own ballot, to •elect any bystander of his ,or |er choice to enter the pollin- Itace with him and assist him |i marking his ballot,. Election Tidgcs would not be permitted lo a»!st him. . J A committee was appointed by |hainnan carl ton Harris of the louse judiciary (committee last |lglit to draft a bill to provide Briefer areessments of taxes and [otter collections. Representative Jmi Bri ^honse of Pulaski f''My was appointed chairman. }1'i?r members are Reprcsenti- lives Gooch of Cross county. • "onipson of Independence Ar- laugli O f Ncwlonr nobsrts of "cr and Holmes of Wash- presiding Elder Will Be at Yarbro Sunday h At Dressing Table? No, Dining! William Newton Fisher Succumbs .After Extended Illness - way, oltl fellow. Listen good now. Ask ilicm who it Is. j "You llilnk they htid the vviong mirabci, Hcs? Hal .-.I can't understand them? Oh, It's nil Pekingese to >ou,,ln K up the \uon K lue, soil of Well, jou nc\ei cnn tell \Uio it v leu mem to Jump in n dbli of chow nicln 01 go play n' be \Uieii (tie phone Hugs It might lm\c been Mommy calllim hot game of Mnh Jong." i lo. supper." Its liaid to tell, in these decollette dajs, just when the candid camera Ins gone formal and when it has unacted miladys dressin« chamber But this vis no intrusion 01 pnvaci just an ultimate eloseup of the chaimmg- Mrs Jij r Carlisle jr the-' formei Mar- gaict Moffett in a lovcry ciening go\ui al the table \uth a parts of friends in tlic Patio, swank Palm Beach resort. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —Funeral services for William Newton (Newt) Fisher, proprietor of the Majestic hotel, were held this morning nt 9 , o'clock at . Sacred Heart church, the Rev. Pi-. P. J. Doyle having charge of the services. Interment was at -Little Prairie cemetery. : Mr. Fisher, aged 53, had been m ill health for a year or more spending much of .this time In hospitals for treatment. His ' condition had been serious for '• five or six months and the end was not unexpected. He succumbed in one of, the Memphis hospitals Wednesday morning.:,.,. - lt y ': .'Mr; • Fisher came to this city In 1910 and-engaged in 'the' saloon business w'ith a Mr.' Laughter.' Later he sold'hK' saloon interests, and entered the restaurant business, in 1920 he'; purchased, the . faith during the past year. In addition to his widow, who shored management of the hotel with: him, he Is survived by two sisters, MIS. Cora Arrlnglon and Mrs. Garrett of Joncsboro, -Ark.; three, half-sisters, Mrs. Dan Long, Mrs.> Lucy Hawkins ami Mrs, 'Linda Ferrcll, one half-brother, John Fisher, all of Little Rock, Ark., and his step-mother, Mrs. Tom Fisher, nlio of Little Rock. Gun Fails But Not Arrow HARTFORD CITY, Ind. ; (UP>— Hubert Schisler is of the old school. Failing to get any game with a shotgun on a recent hunt he returned home, armed hitnsel with a bow and arrow, and sooi bagged a rabbit. ea lunclay afternoon, 2:30 o'clock Allowing the services he wni nfer will, officials of the ch r Ihos at Yarbro. Premlsc S C ™> Inrt Number Nine, who win, •umbers are invited to attend Sells Interest in E. B. Gee Sales Co. I W. A. Afllick has sold his ln- h-est m the E. B. Gee Sales Iwipany to Jfr. Gee. Th» deS Kcame erTcctive today. Mr. Af- |lek. has served as manager of |ic company for the past two ars. He announced that Ills fu- re plans are indefinite at Uiis •me. but he expects to remain first lighted beacon on the if,?' of ll!c Ullilc <> States li \IS55 ° ff Sr>n Dic S<>, Calif., IF YOU WANT,TO BE ' : \ EXTEA^CAREFUL WITH COLDS U E e Vicks VapoRub . / .This New Improved Way During this treacherous winter weather,.™ cold should lie neglected. Don't delay. Don't experiment with half-way measures The moment you come down with a cold, go straight to bed and use your ojd dependable Vicks VapoRub —and use it this new .improved way. Then you not only enjoy all the benefits that have made Vapoltab the standby of two generations; you actually increase its effectiveness. Lengthens and Strengthen, V.pbRub'. Action-Massage it bnskly-cro.Ou! bach {between and below the shoulder blades) as well us on the throat and chest-/(,r S full min- ntes. Then—spread a, thick layer over the chest nnd cover with a warmed cloth. Each step of. this "3-Minute VapoRub Massage helps to lengthen and strengthen VapoRub's famous two-way action. * el! "" «' Co1 * Tw ° W«T«'»t Once—Almost before the VapoRub is well rubbed on, it starts to bring relief two ways at once—S direct ways: 1. Through the Skin. VapoRub acts direct through the akin like a poultice or plaster. 2. McdicatecJ V»por,. At the same time, its medicated vapors, released by body heat, are- breathed in for hours— about 18 times a minute— direct to the irritated air-passages of tho nose, throat, and chest. This combined poultice-and-vapor action loosens phlegm and makes breathing easier—relieves irritation-eases the cough-he ps break congestion. Ung after you relax into comfortable sleep, VapoRub keeps right on working-hour after hour. Often, by morning the worst of the cold is over. Avoid. of Stom.ct. Up, e n_Thi 3 safe flrternal treatment cannot possibly upset the stomach, as constant fa. ternal dosing' 13 so apt to do. It can be used freely, M often as needed, even on the youngest child. '*•' / ,. Note: Any "cold" not promptly relieved by this S~ thorough treatment with Viclo VapoRub should have the attention of a doctor • • Majestic Hotel, which ho had oi>- gruted since, He , embraced the Catholic conduct the services and tho rc- mnliLS will be taken to Memphis Saturday nflcrnobn, 2 o'clock, for burial In Forrest Hill cemetery. He Is survived by lih \\lfe, and one daughter, Mrs. R p I'et- koiisck, : of Natchei:, Miss, -\\lio lived here before her maulnije, 2 brothers, William G, Martin, of Scdalla, Kan., mid Harry Mnr- tln, ; of Topeka, Kan. S. J. Cohen wns with him,when Jie.dicd and will attend the sci- vlccs. • Hold Funeral Services Saturday for R.E. Martin 'Funeral', services will be held Saturday morning at the family Residence in Jonksboro for R. E. Martin, 57, former well known Blytlfcvllie citizen, who died at the St. Bernard hospital' of Joncs- boro yesterday niornlrj/. ' Mr.'' Martin, who, for a. long time'was connected with the Chicago Mill -and Lumber company here and later the S. J. Coheii Construction company, was supervisor:,of the .WPA division of labor, Joncsboro, District No. One, comprising 12 counties In northeast Arkansas., 'He. was identified >vith the Emergency Relief program through the CWA, the ERA and the WPA. The, Rev. H. .11. Griffin will Mother Nature Traps Six as Moonshiners LEICESTER., Mass. (UP)—Mother Nature betrayed a group of alleged moonshiners' here A brook rilnnlng free while others hi the neighborhood were Ice- coated Knwsert the suspicions of Police Chief O'Kcefc. He discovered a pipe pouring a liquid Into the 'water so warm that steam rose from its surface. . Local .police, stale troopers and federal agents traced the pipe to Its.,.' source farmhoiiffe ami there seized A 1,000 gallon still i(l, arrested five-men find a Watches made at Nuremberg, Gej-niany, at the beginning p[:UiD •sixteenth-cu'iuiiy Souvenirs of County Distributed at Ball AM who attended the reception and dance nt MUle riock Tue.sdny night honoring Governor Cnrl K. Dnltcy and other new officers of Arkansas 'were'.'given souvenirs of Mis-sKilppI Loiinlj Some of the ihousnnd red .and while cnrna- ttqns on the county's flout, which won third plnco In (he p'arado, were removed from, the lion I • and converted Into bontonnleres.These iveie presented the men guests at the dooi nf the iccipllon loom hj pretty young girls who told them these ale coinnlimenl.s of Mississippi county 1 Many ladle 1 ; took them for their hair, During the reception jack Finley Houlnson was risked to .tell the gitcsls .'about the : flowers nnd In bis brief tall: he staled they "were sonvenhs of thp King Cotton county of (he world, wnlch Invited cverjhody to vlst hcic at any time. 666 Old General Store,« ; , f Goes to Cemetery 1 ORLEANS, Mnis (UP)—ThlV town's general store, icndmrous for Kcalhci prophets nnd politicians the l>is,l 800 jcars, soon i\HI become a cemetery chapel. Tlie building \\ill be moied to the Orleans comclorj ami coinerl- c<l into n (.Impel. Pio\lsloii (01 we diapcl wai, niiule In the will of Mks riora Huril, who died here a yeni ago leading the building and the land on which It stands to the Cemetery Association React Cornier News Want Ada checks COLDS ami FEVER first <liy Liquid, Tablets, Headachy .it) Salve, Hose Drops minutes 1 ry "Hub-My-'i Is-m' —\VurW s nest Liniment DANCING FREE Rvoi'v Night Now ?!)00 1'honogrnph All Now Record!! SILVER iir,OON NIGHT CLUB DAT NEW THOUSANDS IMH 10 EXTRA VALUE IN SLOW MASH" BOTTOMS UP SENDS SALES IN CLIMB THAT AMAZES WHISKY WORLD! Millions Now Recognize the Outstanding Quality in Bottoms Up TRY IT NOW... AT LOWEST PRICE WE'VE EVER QUOTED TUST try Bottoms Up and find out what you have J been missing! Right along new thousands of men are turning to Bottoms Up and staying with it... because they insist that this famous Slow Mash whisky is richer, heartier, than they ever expected at the price. • Yes, millions now call for Bottoms Up. It just must be extra-good to win such popular favor. And it is good . . , made our good, old-time Slow Mash way that takes more time and more grain. A top-quality whisky at bottom price! Try Bottoms Up today and see for yourself 1 — .^ ^ ^ -^ »«w -^p- —• BROWN-FORMAN Distillery CO., Louisville, Ky. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY || Kentucky Straight 'Bourbon Whisky 90 PROOF You'll Say It's SPECIAL At the PRICE SILBERNAGEI. & CO., Exclusive Distributors for Arkansas - Little Rock, pine' Bluff, Bermitl

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