The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1937
Page 3
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1937 Levee Worker Succeeds in Effort to Stir Pp Some Excitement Ernest Alexander, 23, of Cedar Grove, Tenn., who came here to work wllh u. s. army engineers BLYTHEYILLE, (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Mrs. Sara Stromire, 85, of Holland Succumbs Funeral services .were held, yesterday afternoon for Mrs. Sura Stromire, 85, who died early yesterday morning at the )-->ne of her daughter, Mrs. Amell' Johnson at Holland, Mo. The l?ev. Mr, Vernoji 'officiated nt the Uincrru services and burial was made at North Snwba cemetery. The Moss Funeral Service was In charge of funeral nrrange- nients, , Mrs. Strorre is survived by Beware The Cough From a common cold That Hangs On ' PAGE THREE " in the Big Lake' levee njlit. was " iree "?»Slilt.J and two sons: Mrs. Held in the county jail today aft;v hestsr clli ie of C ? l1ler vlll;. lam. , .. . - J * -VV...J . . lrtti>ir/«» nnr\ Hjfrc- lr«* 1^ lie allegedly 'fired his big ptslol the business section of the city last night. V. E. "Buck" Tomllnsoii, merchants' night patrolman, was making his round, inspecting bullllngs along the alley which opens into the Railroad sfreet beer garden section between Ash and 'Main streets, when he heard a gun fired. Toin- llnson rushed to Railroad street where he found Alexander, with his Pistol in hand, in company with Terry Lloyd, ex-convict, and two girls. Alexander at first resisted arrest, Tomlinson said, declaring that he was employed by the u, s. gora-n- inent, but finally dropped Ills gun. Lloyd fled in the meantime, Tom- Ihison said. The merchants' patrolman said Alexander, who stands over six feet and weighs over 200 pounds, had been drinking. No formal charge had been placed against the erstwhile engineers' helper today. Tomlinson, at first inclined to prefer a charge of assault with ihtent to kill, said later he did not believe the man was shooting at him but simply to create a little excitement, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Katie Pierce of this community, Oeor;c Stronilre, who lives In Idaho, atui •tana Stromire. Wi!) Hold .Tri-Count- . Debate Meet at Cooler COOTER. Mo.—The Hiinual lr- ccimty debating tournament will be held In Cooler oh Friday afternoon and evening,. Feb. 5. Debaters will be here frrm Pein- iscot and adjoining counties.. The public is Invited to. attend the ircellngs which will be held at 3 o'clock In the nftenioon .and 7 o'clock In the evening. McLeans Buy House on Dougan Street! ,ve|L Officers Reelected by Bank of Steele ETEFLE, Mo.—The following officers have been re-elected (or the ensuing year for the Bank of Steele: president. P. s. Payne: vice president, J. L. Vim Austlall; cashier. L. D. 'Payne;; assistant cashiers, Alonzo Kearsey and D. C. ParTord; directors, W. N. Holly, Isaac McKay, P. S. Payne. A. B. and J. L. Van Ausdiill Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean ha purchased the live room cottage at 209 Dmigan, which Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hale have been occupying for the past four years. Tney will move within a 'short time. The McLeans have been making their home at Yarbro for a. number of years and Dr. McLean will continue lo have tils office at Holland. The deal was .handled by the Mississippi County Abstract Company. Rotes Guests of Caruthersville Club Eighteen members of the local Rotary-club were guests at an Inter-city " Rotary inciting Tues"iv night at Caruthersville when Ho- tarlans from Jackson, Illmo ant Cape Girardeau, in Missouri, wcr also present. Charles Taylor, of llarrisbiirg, III. was the jXncipal speaker. No nutter haw many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation, you can eel relief now with Creomulsion Creomulsion not only contains tlio BoothUig elements common to many remedies; such as, Syrup O f White Pine Compound with Tar. fluid extract of Licorice Root, fluid extract o( Wild Cherry and Menthol, but also has fluid extract of Ipecan for Its powerful phloem loosenlnc effect, fluid extruct of Cascara for its mild laxative effect and, most Important of all, Beechwood Crcn- eote is perfectly blended with all of these to reach the source of the trouble from the Inside. Creomul- elon can be taken frequently nncl continuously by adults and children with remarkable results. : Thousands Qf doctors use Creo- mulsion in their own families as well as In their'practice knowing how Creomulsion aids nature (o soothe the inflamed membranes and heal (ho Irritated tissues as th« germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled. Druggists also know the effectiveness of Bcechwood .Creosote and they rank Crcomulslon lop for coughs because you get a real doso of Creosote In Crcomul- elon, emulsified so that It Is palat- blR, digestible and potent for gone lo the very seat of tlio trouble. Creomulslon is guaranteed Ball*, factory In the treatment of coughs, chest colds and bronchial irritations and especially those stubborn ones that start with a common cold and hang on for dreadful days and nights thereafter. Even if other remedies have failed, your druggist Is authorized to guarantee Crconiul- Elon and to refund every cent of your money If you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Don't worry through another slecp- »« b ,' UIU; ul *>o Ket n uoitco of Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) THE LIFE OF ANY PARTY MADE WITH ARKANSAS RICE • .Distributed by MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING CO, Blytheville, Ark. - - •_• phone 63 Smith Baby Dies Mary Alice Smi^i, three-inonliis- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pmith, died at the family home on North Eighth street nt nine o'clock last night. Her death was 1 attributed ' to influenza. ••'•'• Funeral services iwere held today and interment was made at Maple Grove cemeiery. The CJobb Funeral Home was In charge' of funeral arrangements. • ; . , _ —Steele-Ball-Postponed " 'BTfELE, .'Mo^Tlio President's Birthday Ball for south Pemiscot county, originally scheduled for the night .of January 30,. lias teen postponed 'until February 1 in order that a desirable orcheslra: can be obtained. ' Read Courier News Want Ads FARMS FOR SALE CAN GIVE POSSESSION AT LATE AS FEB. 1, 1937' No. Acres Location 90 near Yarbro G5 near Gideon '10 near Risco 83 in Dunklin Co. 20 in Dunklin Co. 40 in Dunklin Co. 124 -in Dunklin Co. 40 in Dunklin Co. 80 in Dunklin Co. ,,„„..„ Balance payable over 10 (o 20 year period. I have a treat many other farms tor sale, in east Missouri, down payment from 15 lo 25% and balance over a 20 year period. J. W. BADER, Blylhevillc, Ark. Price Per Acre ?85.00 ?50.00 $60.00 §44.00 565.00 §45.00 $48.50 ?40.00 ?58.75 Down Payment §1500.00 §1000.00 §1000.00' $ 540.00 $ 260.00 § 360.00 § 900.00 ? 240.00 $ 750.00 JANUARY SALE Duo-Therm Oil Burning HEATERS - RANGES o Special Trade-In Allowance Convenient Monthly Terms or Half Down with Balance in the Fall, ASK ABOUT OUR FALL PAYMENT PLAN ON RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 233 Main and 2nd FOR SALE Immediate Delivery Or Built To Order BARKSDALE MFG. CO. 100 N. 2nd. Phone 19 Largf, dark, deep-set and lustrous. Iris partially, ol) scurcd by arched lower lid. Salt fullness of 'flesh below eye, _ and "gooil-raturc crinkles" iteyc'souteredge. Lips that Sip Slowly Thin and thin-skinned. Marked fortheir hroadness. Held firmly, bul soft and mobile. These lips point to precision of taste—appreciation of values. The type that enjoys each sip ... slowly. This delicious "double-rich" Kentucky straight Bourbon won't only please you. You'll be downright enthusiastic... and delighted at its price! A 50 tr»t itiiker nftA iJ, ,V»rJ ., \tnir. Miie.'in KcntucVjr by oU-tias Kfniock7 diraUtn ... the xooJ oj.1 Kentucky way. AA for it at c firorite lirem. COM*3HTU37 SCHENLEY DI>U:3UIO!S. INC.N.Y. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Spanish Mackerel .... !b 23o Fresti Shrimp ..... Ib 25c Jack Salmon Ib 12|'c Catfish Steaks . . . . . Ib 28e Snapper . . . ... . Ib 28c pt 35c Oysters Pork Liver, sliced Ib 12ic Neck Bones, fresh Ib 7Jc Ground Beef 115c Hens and Fryers RADISHES 'ti, .* JC fiRAPF KI UJIT Texas -IAC UltHrE. Soccllcss. 'A-(or IU ONIONS YC| T. 1)S TOMATOES SAN1) - Rl>lu ri9 c RUTABAGAS JS: 10 COFFEE C. C., Lb. . 20c French, T,l>. . . 2!>c Jewel, 1,1). 21c Jewel, ,) 1,1). file Pork-Beans Country'Club Liirge Can . 3 for 25c SPAGHETTI g A-Fresh /|* K ''"'""I £-\M ^* _ ^•i^' Bananas Grape Juice Welch's Pint . . 17c Quart . 33c SOUP Tomai!:i ° n . 5 POTTED MEAT t j 5 C SOAP F 17 FRESH EGGS ^ 28 C POTATOES U.S. No. 1 JC CRACKERS 2-I,b. .||-( I!ox IU C U A DCU MALLOWS -I E mHlian C eii 0 nag 13 CLEANSER 1 iffh !S10 c FRUIT MUTCH o« •; 50-Qyi.Cnn LL BROOMS Slcc Seh 25 APPLES Winc 10 Pinto Beans lb6s 39c String Beans 25c Cherries 25c Tomatoes ^. 23c Butter c -.;.. c 35c MATCHES JAM Grape 2-IJi. Jar 27 C CANDY ChOMliUc L !) . 10 TOMATO 19 MOPS SllcdaIKa eh 10 C QAftn I'OWDER Octagon CO WVnr 2 1'kgs. V Lima Beans i29c Hominy Country Club I-SO. 2V 2 Can 3 for 25c Apricts Coutilrv Club J-Sc. 2'/ 2 Can 19c Pickles n^ I2jc Sugar !?vs=. 49c

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