The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 29, 1931
Page 3
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FRIDAY. MAY HU, lii.'M HI ,YT11 R VlfJJj^ I A ItK ) rpl IIUEU NEWS FADE This is 1(11 stituticn In .hat remauiLd of Uo cr tlv; four Hermit,-.!'!™ at. ,l,e 111! nnls Hlnlr Penal Farm ; ,t Vumlalla after inmale.s ..-t nre id a desperate nel. 'lliey «ve !0 Ime I,;".,, moved HHo a ,i jsvly cnnplelMl llr*proof trick buildup In a week.'Ten o[ convicts wfi-r woui::!rrt by .Riianls and Vanclalia pclia- as llii-y Hied to K o ou-r Hi,- barbel wire enclosure tile m- 11 it GOD IN 81IJSI1T St. Louis Reserve Bank Points to Increased Activity; Freight Less. ISKAC1, KM'.IN Kditu, XKA Sm-ii'u Clias.sii ]ubrlcati:n, even Uiu nliiM'-c ilielt 1 . sipKars so <l| s - lanl nnd strange a subjeU in m:;: §11E iiinv !«.•• is ncpdp.l here, unv with i tallow content, KlvhiK It li resistance lu Ihe ncllu:i wait r. IK sonic Irrtd compound, thai will •ilst this heavy, slow UIK-MII-;. • • • -™* On Hie oilier hanil, the univer- jolnl moves nnd un- '. >;ni I > • . '_ The:? examples nre enough lr, sl'.uM,' thr timxjrltinci; of frlloivhi; insiriii lions if the chassis Is I: IX' yr-?iisi:d properly, • It Ls just as tin[K>ilant lo use :,\\ tt-lirro it. is reeoininenclcd foi 1 ^nstipatedl wilt CIK! with • bowil ftftton u frr« tlhi j ci»y M nttur* at bcr U^t~at> Vila, »• Krii-iDx. 'J'tylL Only EX*. | 'iht AII-Variable Loadillve WANT of (he Federal Reserve Bank inaclcjh- '[iroper 'cmdiiion "is"is 'tViat'oi | '"3 iniblic l:ere loday. ! maintninin;; i-.repi-r lubrication fov ' Ainony the mainifnctiirrrs show-.the engine, ins the most favorable increase | Just ol . ( | whlg a job fo , o]i:1Siis \ SHORTEST \ LINE \BETWEBI USB PHONE \ y hnt March onifor wns lb,? boot ami shoe ijuln.siry. April sales .in the .shoe industrv Increasnci lii per cent over nnd '2J per cent over April Department store .sales, baeed on figures RttLhcred frum priirjip'.i) cities uf Llic cJl^lrict, wcvo per cunt liifger tnnn in Marcli. Total snlcs in April uf all v/ho!-"?- : sale and jobbing fit^iis were J 1.51 (jroalcr than in March. Usual sea-: sonnJ increase in fruit ml vepeta- . blcs fro inthe south more than off-' set, by decreases in movement ol railroad traffic of ether classifications. , t|R1 and L rncuf;h, if \ve desii nnd fiisy riding qu l!ie inanufucHiver boa^s lor his [ i:roducl. Kach car lias its in- , dividual detnar.d.s fo: 1 ccitiun lyiic.s r,r lubricuius and tht'M: shuuld toi!o\ve;J ctirefiilly. The manufacturer's win sl:c\v that iliifi-i 2n , , .. of L-retist'.s :u\d oils nre le-; rjuirpd for different joints and! other frictional surfaces on llic: ;Lar. Ol courte, an intelligent siu-' „,.„ ... , . linn attendant will knoiS" this and i ^Itedollnr yalTOpermu for new > w ,,, |o]|uw Uu; instl , lrtiol|s im ncllon of [lie univers.U joint • j u'ouul act like a cream s:par:itor. i tbrc'.viim out tin; .so:i|> from [he! oil. ! 'thcrtfcr^. not only must this! |;arl lyive a lubricant that will '' uitbstand liieh b|Kt>d and liiyli in e.'.^ure. but one that is so con- • slruded as lo retain ils original; coitElsicney agnlnsl Ihc whirling 1 ,of the joint. An hilcllU<enL at-, I tendanl will atlvisc UIL- car owner: as lo the greasD that will do this.'.I inslriiclion ' Jl ' 1 "' c t ' linrl '" •'"' Insiniciion i j .. -book should priniorily be ieli.:d|| \_ [HAVE NOTICE All 11 '1 he water pump is another point, where a different iy[>s of j luti leant it uecc&rnry. Here Hie , • . , win lujiun nu: man m-uuiin iui sjKcd at, (he frictional surfaces construction in the five largest ( , t arl i cl]lrir , ar to (!) , , c ,,,,.; i, high, althouuh the bearing prc.s- citir-s was more tK.iif.viec as large! , , f . , | sm .- - K quit ., !o ,, Fllr i ]lmum _ as in Mrch and^ repre^nts^ Ihc | O .. crsc( , (|1(; Joh Qr al , t ^..jheat and water endanger the Inb-; " e t>n ' ' lc I Uiat. the attendant't go ; r 'cant. j '.hrcush the chassis with only one] An ordinary soap and oil j grease regardless of the unxlui-i-r's j grease would not do here, because' lecc.iimenJmlons. i Hie hoi water -.vould quickly' • • « .break it up The .separated oil' For, a particular typci ma - v ovel1 st ' e i' (In'oucli into the: o! xreasc is required for die' caoling .sy.slcin nnd cause over-' Glee:ing nxechanisin. an entirely licati'io- mnle I'osiitonLs of I'.lylliKvillt! between the aiies of 18 and .if> are Wiinic'd lo npiKjar al the office of the city clfi'i< lo work on (lie sli-eets or iniy S3 in linn, thereof to I In-. City Clerk on m- bet'oi-Q the 1st of .Inne, Ullll. Catv' onlinance pro- vitles minimum fine of §10 for failure to (In so. Also tlie city Privilege, Auto, Truck, Drays and Doif licenses be paid <m or before June 1st. 1931, to save a line of #1(1. See End of Clara Bow's Services to Paramount; NEW YORK, May 29 (UP>Motion Picture Daily said today S. C. CRAIG, City Clerk .jiffsieni tvpi for the that Haramouni-Publix corporation jljilU . anot ,; t . r fo ,.. thc „.,,, is trying to buy up the Clara Bowl al ,,, h( , r for tllc ,,,„,„ contract which has six months lo;. 1!lrt still another for run. It is presumeo, the pubhca- , nliwloll aixd fl,,,...,..^. tion said, .that the step moans no. _, more Parainouul picture starriusj rh(! rcnscn fo1 ' thls ls Miss Bow are (o be mad?. universal' Therefore a special water pump- hc Mr. and Mrs. John J. Forsylhs and grandson. Karl Forsythe Bart- Icy, of New Orleans, are visiting relr.lives hero. Head Courier News want The reason foi ._ fercnce in HID pressures bronjht j en Ihe various parts and (he typo ! cf work done by each : The stem-ins fcf'-ir. to take the first Instance, has small bearing ::r:!is, yet the pressures arr high , v hen a demand is made upon it.! The s!o\v but high pressure; steer- = ing action, therefore, requires a • heavy lubricant, perhaps iuclu I- I - i In a recent Food product! survey, Eajl* ranked FIRST in the nwrtietj visited . . . Thera i> no substitute (or flavor EAGLE MALT To the 1931 GRADUATES The End of School Days The Beginning of Career - Snon you will know the joy of earn- ing your first salary check! There is nothing to compare with that first feeling of independence—the pleas- ure that comes from "being on your own." Establish a savings account there and then. No matter how small the amount you can afford . to put aside—save it. Add to it week by week. Increase it as you can. Success comes to the man or. wo- man who knows how to save. Come in and talk the matter over with us. Perhaps we can help you. Itnill on Service Kduntleil on Swirilv THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Tlie Oldest Bank in Blyllieville Under State and Federal Supervision Bargains for Saturday and Monday Strawberries qt. Beef Roast ShouliliT, 1,1). l!)c. Thick l(il). U>. !7'/z<- Chuck, Ll>. liiiskot Ib. Iflc BACON s """ Sl "" k "" S "S. 15 (: BACON M 1!os Ui re t. 22 1C 2 Pound 4!c ROAST "•"" SPARE RIBS, ,-ir nt Mi. 2Sr OAC Haddm'k l,li. L\J CALF TONGUES Lb. 30c Kill! Dressed l.h. LAMB ROAST , A LAMB LEG ,, Sausage Pure Pork 100 All Meat lb.9c LIVER, M a PORK CHOI>RH Tg2y; FRANKS , ^,.m SJ'I 10-I.U. I.imil 47c . IJOKOtJNA Buy a • Stick. M). HACON Siiusre.s. Sufar rires. Sugar 1PC Cured. Kb. 10 STK Eggs Fresh Country Dozen MEAL -^ TOMATOES, ( , M 25 C Karifc and Kiriu Head 7V 2 c HOMINY ^.Canf FLOUR ......... S k59 c COFFEE Mi - n!l t,29 c Snowdrift, Slb.Pail 93c POTATOES N , B ;; 2'f GRAPE FRUiT.... 9° CELERY S1:i , 10 (: LEMONS I.arjfc Juicy California Doz. 15c •CABBAGE N £ APPLES IMi 3 c '?.S.25 POTATOES Hw ,r ,7 C Fresh Ear 4!c CANTELOPES. :;l . I.K Krosh K:u-h EGG PLANT,,, APPLES VViiiesaps, L Doz. 39c BEANS BEETS " r CA !K S 5 C CUCUMBERS ,,12 1C Oranges "SSU Doz. 29c RHUBARB ,,, 9 •Mustard nr Turnip Home (Jrowu CORN Fi £' n 10 C Bread or Rolls

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