Baxter Bulletin from Mountain Home, Arkansas on August 22, 1930 · 4
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J- s 4i Auiruxt 22, 1030 THE BAXTER BULLETIN LOCALS Mr. and Mm. II. F. Wilson are vis itinjr relative Little Rock thin week. Turnip need at Rattan'. Mr. and Mm. B. B. Pouter, of Salem for many years residents of Mnun tain Home, announce the arrival of a daughter, born to them last week. Good flat grain coffee at Robertson's IS rents a pound or 74 poundu for $1.00. 8-22 Grover and Garland Baker of Ok mulgee, Okla., are the guests of relatives and friends here. Work shirts at Robertson's for COc. d'te, I'tc and POc. 8-22 Shorts in white sacks at Ragan's. 8-22 Miss Agnes Pitehford returned Saturday from Shady Grove, where she has been visiting Miss Zola Raymond, who accompanied her home for a few day's visit. Oliver Chilled plow points in nil sixes. Prices right. Nelson's store. ?' !' Good flour f 2..10 at Ragan's. 8-22 Mr. and Mrs. Kuley and little son of St. Louis, are the guests of Mrs. Kulley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tracy here. They attended the re- union at Mammoth Spring Wednes day. Royal Knight flour. Kach sack guaranteed. 12.40 per hundred at Rob ertsons. 8.22 Queen of Kansas flour, $2.70; U. S. and Certified at Robertson's. Per 100 pounds $2.80. Rev. W. K. Wharton and family re turned this week from a visit with Mrs. Wharton's parents in the south part of the state. They will leave soon for Fayetteville, where Rev. Wharton will attend the university. Pure cane sugar at Robertson's, 17 pounds for $1.00. 8-22 ZANE GRAY'S "Light of the Western Stars" Friday & Saturday Nights Hopkins Th e a t r e (OTTER, ARKANSAS. 15 and 35 Cents Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Lonon and Mrs. Dow Lonon, all of Tulsa, Okla., have been visiting friends here nnd at Bu ford. Williford Cox and Miss Jcs;e Chandler were married on Monday at the home of the Rev. Walt Roberts, who performed the ceremony. Ragan & Son still sell that same good coffee at 20c. 8-22 Seed wheat and rye at Ragan's. 8-22 Tine Davis, of West Plains, Mo.. was a business visitor here the first of the week. Big Four overalls, a pair $1.00. Knockout overalls, a pair 85 cents at Robertson's. 8-22 W. H. Owins drove to Kingsdale, Ark., Wednesday for a visit with his daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and other relatives. You will find some unusual value in children's and grownups shoes at Wolfs. 8-22 Mrs. Joe Eubanks of Buford, was the guest of her brother, T. N. Nelson and family Monday. Good coffee at Nelson's at 15c per lb. 8-22 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris and fam !y of Toledo, Ohio, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tucker who live near Gassville. They report hot, I'.ry weather in their section also. Miss Helen Hackler left Wednesday for Little Rock, where she will be the guests of friends. Work and dress pants at Wolf's that are real values. 8-22 The latest out in men's and young men's new fall hats at Wolfs. 8-22 Misses Guyeta Mann and Beatrice Milburn returned Wednesday from West Plains, where they visited friends. Good flat grain coffee, 15c per lb at Nelson's. 8-22 It will soon be time to shoe the family. Don't forget that Wolf's carry the old reliable line of Friedman Shelby shoes. The kind that you have been wearing for years. - LOTS OF FEED at KOI'F.RTSO.VS At this time I have tin following feeds in stock: Shritf, mill run, bran, chops, hen scratch, cotton seed meal, and prairie hay. Don't fail to get my prices on the above before you buy your feed. T. E. Robertson. 8-22 Eats, gas and oil nt Natoma, that will please you. Moderate prices, tf September 1 to 15 is the date of the fall term opening at Springfield Drau-ghen Business University, Springfield, Missouri. Enroll now. Write for catalog. 8-22 Hairy vetch seed at Ragan's. vetch for pasture. Sow 8-22 Herbert Tillman, formerly of this place now with the Home Life Insur ance Co., with headquarters at Har rison, was awarded a trip to the West Indies for producing $150,000 worth of business since January 1, 1930 With othc-r agents of the company he left on the trip last Sunday. It is time for those school dresses. Look at these values in dress goods being offered this week at Rob ertson's. 36 inch fast color percale while it lasts 18c per yard. R. S. dress prints all fast colors, 36 inches wide while they last, per yard 23c. 8-22 Horace Lance of Gamaliel, Tate Baker of Norfork and I. J. Morris of this place, were delegates to the Republican state convention at Little Rock last Saturday. Ragan and Son unloaded a car of flour and feed Monday, and are now unloading a car of wheat and rye. 8-22 Ragan & Son sold 20 lbs. turnip aeed Tuesday and had calls for more. 8-22 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ragan were vis itors at Yellville Sunday as guests at a chicken broil party given by Judge R. L. Berry and W. R. Jones, celebrating their renominations as county judge and representative respectively. A small delegation from Harrison were also invited guets. Test, Tootle, Tough Nut and Wheeler overalls. A big value in every pair at Robertson's for $1.25. Wyatt .Wolf and family, who have been living in Jackson, Tenn., for several months have returned to Mountain Home and will make their home here. M. F. White, rules examiner of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, was a vis itor in Mountain Home Saturday in company with "Happy" Kendrick, engineer on the White River Division. Some very attractive values in dress goods at Wolf's at a saving that will give you service. 8-2- If you want to buy a farm worth the money call on the Byrd Land Co., Mountain Home. Write for list and de enrinfiua literature of this section, tf Remember that Wolf's carry one of the best lines of men's and boys' dress shirts in town. 8-22 Some veal values in hosiery at wir tnr nil nf the family. 8-22 B. S. Halbert made a business trip to West Plains Tuesday. Eats, groceries, gas and oil at Na toma. In fact everything that you have a right to expect at a first class fill ing station. 8-29 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Halbert and daughter of Kansas, arrivel Wednesday for a visit with Mr. Halbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Halbert. Do you want to go into "the greatest business on earth." Very little capital required. You must own a car. Give reference, former business experience and the business in which you are now employed. Address Bx 542, West Plains, Mo. 8-15-pd Miss Bee Lennox returned to her home at Buford last week from th hospital at Batesville. She is recover ing from an operation for appendi citis. SEARCY COUNTY BALLOT BOXES STOLEN THINGS IN BAD MESS Much discussion is under way at Marshall, in Searcy County, regarding the legal question which has arisen following the theft of the ballot boxes from the county clerk's office Thurs day night before the returns had been certified by the County Republican Central Committee. Efforts to determine what the pro cedure should be have thus far been futile. Several hotly contested races were expected to be decided when the committee met, but since the ballots are missing the returns cannot be cer tified. !n the tax assessor's race two of the six candidates claimed 337 votes, and a third lacked only a few to reach the tie vote of the other two. County Clerk Sam Blair, seeking a second term, was said to hnve been but 80 votes ahead of his opponent, Claud Trice, brother of the former sheriff. S. E. Hollabaugh, former member of the legislature, was declared the winner in the race for representative, de feating Ted R. Christy, incumbent and Wilse Thomas. Some laywers say that the County Committee should call another primary, since the nominees cannot be selected and the returns certified when the returns are missing, and that the officials cannot be elected and sworn in without having been duly elected, leaving the possibility for those now serving to continue to hold office under the law. Notice of Coinmiioner Sale. Notice is hereby given that in pur-r.uanc" tf the authority and direction contained in the judgment and decree of the ( huncei y Court of Baxter Coun. ty. Arkansas', nu de and entered n the StJnd dav of April, WHO, in a certain cause. No. 121:, pending in said court wherein the Peoples Bank, Mountain Home, Ark., is plaintiff, and Elizabeth M. Winslow nnd Mary A. Walter are defendants, the undersigned Commissioner r.f said court, will on the 13th (Uiy of September, I'J.'IO, at the East f -ont door of the County Courthouse in which said court is held, at Mountain Home, Ark. sell at public auction t- the highest bidder, within hours for judicial sales, the following real estate situated in Baxter Count;-, Arkansas, towit; . The North , of the South East and the South West 'i of the South East U of Section 0, in Township IX, North, Range 13 West, containing 120 Teres more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a promissory note, or bond, with approved leuunty, and a lien retained upn said -anils to secure the payment ofihj -urchase money accord iiyr to hue. Witness my andai d seal as such Commissioner nxChancery, this the 1 0th. day of Aug. 1930. (seal) H. B. AYLOR, Commissioner. First published Aug. 22, 1932. Music Help-: Efficiency ,As far buck its i i the bend of a southern factory, where cigarettes were rolled by hand, placed good sine-ers In his workrooms to Increase elll-clency and contentment In the plant. There are today several hundred American Industrial organizations Hint encourage musical activities among their employees. A survey conducted by the National Association for the Advancement of Music reports that 32 eompatilos nllow the mimical program to be conducted on company time, while 132 allow them to be conducted half on company time. Kxpci'lmonH prove that under the Influence of music more work Is done and fewer mistakes are made. IKace DPH vers DMEMAMIH) inne TrnnaiES wie sieiljl 9 o Ftl.ol.40.aM DIPS VOT 1 X "N Put the Safa First A man called on his Mock limber and found him .'rumbling about tack of business nnd recent financial complications in the city. He was about to leave his office for the day. As they were going out, the caller noticed that the door of the safe a large, majestic piece of furniture was open. "Surely." said he, "you lock your safe for the night, don't you?" "As a ride, yes," replied the broker, "hut as things are at present. I would much rather that any one should take '.he contents than break the safe I" St. John Telegraph Journal. Character Most Important The greiit i-iiinii.it of Ilio soul-winner Is Hinnictci. It Is a false notion that we must u t tju- world on Its own level -Iriii'; in win Hie ilrlnk er, simil e to ;n ii mui.I i t. mxi piaj the world's : ;imr in m-ili-i Id II to Chri.-I. -!:! Ii :"i I ' V. COLFAX THREE BROTHERS. Busy bees are never out of luck, and you don't have to live in a hive to know that. Have your car greased right at Shoemaker's garage, Gassville. 8-20 Quaker State, the queen of them all. Drives out the drones of ordinary motor oil. Shoemakers Carn-re, Gassville. 8-20 Dr. II. F. Palenske, the old reliable dentist wijl, be in Mountain Home every month on 11. 12. 13. 14. tf George Russell nnd family of Kansas City, are the guests of Mr. Rus sell parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rus sell and family here this week. Good tests, good weights and Cash for your cream, at Nelson's. tf List your farms with Deatherage & Jolly, Cotter, Ark. We have buyers coming every day. tf Don Baker and family from Custer, were visiting home folks this week. Jack Newman of Oklahoma City, was here last week visiting old friends. He is engaged in the real estate business. Many year ago he was a cit-ien of this place and this was his first trip back her for 30 years. Mrs. John Hanks, sister of A. C. Hutcheson of this place, is here now visiting her brother and family. Mrs Hanks lives in Muskogee, Okla. RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers in Baxter County. Wonderful opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily. No experience or capital needed. Write today. Furst & Thomas, Dept. I, Freeport, 111. 8-22-pd Three Brothers came to life again after the light showers that fell Sunday afternoon. People all feel some what refreshed. School started Monday morning with Mr. Clator of Tennessee, as teacher. Mrs. Gladys Murrell and Mrs. Zel- Ia Turnbo and daughter, Naomi, mot ored to Springfield Saturday. Mr.-' and Mrs. Mack Lee are the proud parents of a new baby girl. Carl Neal of Sparta, Mo., was a guest at the S. W. Turnbo home Saturday night. B. A. Peebles entertained with an ice cream social at their home Sunday night. Several reported an enjoyable time. S. W. Turnbo and family, B. H Murrell and family and Noel Craw ford and Orville Ueatherage spen Sunday afternoon at the Denton fer ry. They all enjoyed a good swim, af ter which they cooked and enjoyed a gorgeous meal. T. J. Crawford, Mack Lee, Orville Deatherage and Ben Murrell made business trip to Mountain Home Mon day. Mr. George Lee made a trip over to Norfork town Sunday. Mack Lcc is at home from his work at North Fork. He suffered the mis fortune of getting his arm hurt. He is reported as getting along nicely. Mrs. Walter Phillips of near Three Brothers, is at Gassville in the Rollins hospital with a 10 pound baby girl. Last report she was getting along nicely. The. first thing to be thankful for is the beautiful rain the good Jehovah has blessed us with, and now good farmer people get busy and sow wheat, oats or rye for fall and winter pasture, then in the spring if the stand is good enough just let it ripen into a crop. I am sure that if the proper effort is put forth that we can cut down a lot of this expense of shipping in so much feed grain. The White River Producers Association picnic held by them on the 15th inst. was a real success. All present seemingly had a real time socially. Two splendid talks were giv- TlIE Indianapolis 500 Mile Endurance Kacc it famom at an finl u ranee tot ami bailie of lires for no driver can win lliw raee who ha lire trouble. He races over a hoi brick track al a speed of 100 or more miles per hour. For eleven consecutive years Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires have been on the winning cars. F()R years the winner of the hazardous race of Tike's Teak climb where a slip meant death used Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires. 1 TlIESE drivers do nol simply choose Firestone Tire. They demand litem. They know lir experience tliut ihi lire never fail. It never fail because it in Iuill not lo fail by the special Fire-lone proressea of lire building. (a) Every fibre ol-'eol Ion thread tfolntf Into I he making of the eord fahrle, whleh la he foundation of I lie lire, Im coaled and cushioned In rubher by Hie Flraelsn patented Him-Iltintf proeoaa. (b) I'ntler I he tread la the llreslone patented Cuin-lllpped Double Cord llreaLer whleh inenna not only lw extra pllea whore moat needed, but alaoaela the Fireatone Tire apart a an all eord lire, while other are woven In brie and eord. (e) Firealone Super High Speed Tlrea nun have :i'i i more rubber In Ihe tread, Kl v ,lu (J deeper groove thai will (Jive yon over ."JO' .1 more non-akld wear before Ihe lire la smooth. 2. TlESE are nol just feat u res. They are haMr ilifferrnrea in tire ImiMing proved by service on every kind of road and truck. 3. Yoil may never intend to rare. You may never intend even lo speed. You may never climb Pike's Peak. But, every day whether you know it or not -your life depends upon your tires. 4. W' E HAVE these Super High Speed Gum-Dipped Balloons for sale today. They are the same tires that the racing drivers demand the premier tires of the world. Their first rost is lo. Their row! per mile of nervice makes them cheaper today than even cheap tires. They are inexpensive, not only heeause the price of ruhher is low, hut her a use e have joined with Firestone to hring into the sale of tires the same degree of efficiency which goes into their manufacture. The Itencfit of all this is in the price to yon. 5. DllIVE IN TODAY. We will examine your tires and make you an allowance for your unused mileage. We can equip your car with new Firestone Super High Speed Tires at a much loner cot-t than you ever expected. They will give yon unequalled service and satisfaction. T2.A5E fX YOUR USED TIRES TODAY! N. C. EATMAN, JS2 Home' GUM-DIPPED TIRES Hold All World $ RecorA$ on Road and Track for SAFETY, MILEAGE, SPEED and EXDL'RAXCE lor rryrn ronteeutive years hate oa the SOOmlle India- poll, Endoranre Raee. were on winning cars in Pik' Peak Rare where a flip meant death. were on the Studebaksr Car which went 30,000 mile in 26 326 minatra on a board Irark at Ailantie City in 1928. were on the CMC Truck car-rin a twton load that aaag up the Cal to-Cot Endurance Rreord. ran 71,351 milra on a Detroit Taiirab before the fint tira was rr placed. en on collective marketing and the writer believes that a lot of (food is and will be the result of these talks. Two fine ball (fames were played, one in the forenoon and the other one in the afternoon. All of the contests showed a real sportsman spirit. This is the real way boys to conduct your sports. The one thing about the picnic was the very conspicuous absence of the business men of Cotter, Gassville and Mountain Home. Your pres ence would have bt-en appreciated very much Kven the County Atrent was not there. Think this over and crack the nut townspeople, if you can. The next meeting of the Association will be held at neighbor Jee Reeves right up against highway number 12 or C,H, as it is now known. Mr. Reeves' p'.:ce is about one mile east of Gassville. The time is Saturday night at 8 p. m.. August 23, 1930. S. H. Larmer. Sery.-Treas. Three building lots for sale These lots are located on state highway num. 12, in the south part of town. They contain about one-quarter acre each. Slightly rolling gound and well drained. Will make excellent building sites. For price and other particulars se Tom Shiras, Bulletin office. tf I pay the market pries on produce. W. S. Morris. tf r7 A n fT? ADI'AMC AC OTATC DOAiY .ju-ti jr t-t jiniL iwui- oiciic uudu vuiisiii ruciiuu vvorK jince iur, ivLi CONCOKI) (.KAI'KS We will sell our Concord ff rapes for 3c per lb. at the vineyard. firaws are picked. Mrs. H. F. I'alenke, I.i-thia Springs. 8-2!-pd handle thi famous Anchor brand of anti-hog ckolera serums and biologies. Write us for prices and estimates. We also buy hotfs every day. GILLKTTE & Leonard, West Plains, Mo. tf ' iie he;ivy Mack line how Stale roads computed hy Slate Highway Department or under construction and tdudex a few projects that ..ae heen authorized lo he Advertised for letting; on Am-iust I I. 1.10. Itridirm huill in thi three year construction period will be shown on ro;ip thai will be puMihef later.

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