The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1931 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 18, 1931
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you* RLYTHKVILLK. (AUK.) OOUR1HK NRWf! $600 Wherever We Go - Let's Dress the Part i You Can Save Enough On Your Clothes Here , O D t £ \7 f7 ,• /o roy ran oj Your Vacation The prjees arc amazingly low - - the quality never HO high and Hie stylus most impressive. THURSDAY, JUNK 18, 1931 _ THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1931 > BLTtTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Holes in your hi\s- icry are very fash- icnablc this season . . . evcrybcily Is wenrlnr" the new incsh ft'cnve, you sve. Chcoso them In cot- Ion for spoils . . . in sheer siAt (or town and afternoon and formal. COTTON MESH FROCKS Favored Throughout Vacationland Cli. they're so smart, and Ircsh \wttu\x you'll simply adore these cotton mosli frocks \vitli their rainbow slrlpcs at the wulM anil necl; lines . . . mid Milnl: o! bsjng able to them at so low a price. TENNIS OR GOLF Sweaters and Shirts A re Alt the Rage , For Dancing Long, sweeping frocks 01 Hie most..duinty.-and sheer voile and organdie . . . plain or 'cyeleltc embroidered In white and delicate pastel shades.' Afterwards - -.Out Into the 1 cool nlr of OYCiUn; ami you'll need a coat . . . some lovely ones shown tiere In the new short or full lengths, tailored of nlcs quality flannel . . . •^•hlte and colors. Bugs, Too! Bags can either match or contrast. \\-i!h, the frock and may bo had in either fabric cr pig-skin at SI SKIRTS arc strictly tailored and mny l)c of soft, rich looking flannels or fine, tnbabl? silks . . . every popular color *•) Qr and tf>>j nt is lit:c <p6«i>J $0«JO SWEATERS lo match tlic skirls ar; (jblainnWe in dozens of ne\v and attractive styles and knits .! . . close-luting, "V" or round necks . plain or jaljot d»i nn and it»o (*Q i «j)1.3(3 $L.JO styles BERETS to match or contrast with your sport clothes . . . suede, silk, angora nnil l-'rcnch Flannel are the ma- An and Q[* tcrlals t"C "DC BEACH PAJAMAS For a lazy momins or afternoon you'll love these nc\v ueach Pnjamus in bright colors. Priced most moderately nl 95<; and $1.95 KNITTED SUITS • SD MiiisrL ior iravt. w , sjwrts wear v,o\v . . . yo'ki in?.y I]L,TC a choice of sit. "knit, \vcol fenlt or basket v/eavc . . . all i>u]iulur colors. Droopy Hats Yes. you'll really need one of these drooy-shapc hats oE Panama or rouyh straw . . . smaller shapes uf Iliun or stitched' crepe for those \vho desir? them. !'• H ; !rf K NEW YORK STORE . Farmer this Is of importance to t '•''•' '' V :! It does not take a prophet to tell you y our two main interests—outside of h-?r-ilih '• ' for yourself and family, of course. They are: ; i 1. Making the farm pay. 2. Having as many comforts and conveniences as possible. f • Electrification of your farm and home is the answer^ Electricity on the farm is no longer in the experimental stages. Actual iesls • with electrical machinery and appliances, over a period of years have proved that : electric power is the most efficient and economical form ot mechanical power. \ In the home, electricity can shorten the working day by doing in less time and ; with little human effort tasks heretofore done by the women of the house. r ihe cost of appliances and machinery? They more than pay for themselves in more economical farm operations; in a higher standard of living. If your farm and home are not electrified, you arc doing work that a machine '. can do for you; you are wasting valuable time in farm operations. It means dollars and cents to y®u! Blythevillc, Ark. Friday, June 19 r* r The gaycsl of styles, the srcat- csf values. Until you see Ihtse Dresses, you would' never dream that one should buy such slyle and (jimlity at ;;t> small a cost All Sizes—1.1 (o all Chiffons Georgettes Flat Crepes I'rinted Crepes Organdies Shantungs Dresses Suitable Summer Occasion. foi 1 Every We wcn't atkmpl to tlcsi-riljo llicst: ilrcsscs, we will only s a y dial Ihcy are the newest anil loneliest styles ol flip beat flat cTf-pcs :uid till (Ten*. Sport and frilly drc->scs. ItcdiuM from $18.05. Another of rlrc;se!>, con- sislini; 1 of silk Hal All Sizes .95 200 Lar<>-c Brimmed Panamas Houjh Slraivs, I'uiuiiuis. Flannrls tllcrets ni:-J Sliteliol nuvatinc^. 'J'l.n Very L:il;..t in Flop B rim3 .•mil Close Hltiiiff Knit Hats. SILK SALE 2000 Yds. Silk Values lo 81.98 ilfe"'- Batislc Organdies Vitlucs ti |> tft li)c. In new 1 i i? li t summer print's. Cot Inn Prints SO00 yards'of. f u K I color prints, lixtnt at Hand Made Gowns 39c McCall Patterns chafe (if S2.oll or 9Pr House 1C l.iUlc (iii'is • Wilh wich. I'iir- ch;isc of $'^.:")D nr over Full rnstrioncd Silk Hose Cliildi'cns Play Suils 25c r S -f-O^iP C^Cl lUffifC V-AJ» Vo Nor st Mi S: Sou if uI Eauchu Rea, Exclusive Resort Located in ing with merchants to give most popular HOW TO You may vote at any of the stores whose J purchase entitles you to 1,000 votes. A bf $1 purchase and you simply write in Watch for extra vote coupons. Martha Robinson, Blythcuitle Maurice Branson, Blytheville Evelyn Harwell, Blytheville Alberta Elliott, Biijlheville Marion Burns, Blytheville . -, Ruth Whitworth, Blytheoillc Ruth Butt, Bhjthsville Mafgaret Cross, Blytheville Carolyn Pride, Blytheville 4 A a. F 1 Extracts from a radio talk by Dr. Julius Kiein, Assistant Secretary of Commerce, delivered over the Columbia network, May 10th. <; Most OE our waking hours —and all of our sleeping ones—are spent in the P^'N^ cncc of some kind of furniture, it stands to reason, therefore, that we sim- piy cannot escape its constant influence j 1 ] on our lives." "The dollar is buying more/furniture to- '^| clay than it has at any time since 1915. Ouv experts at the department of Commerce assure me that furniture prices . this spring are about. 25 per cent lower fj .than they were only a year ago, and- think of it —HO per cent lower than in-I 1329" "Good business in i.hc furniture trade is =-| i;;;.--.t!ci on sound merchandise, sane methods and a satisfied conoumcr who is ready to p; ! .y piomptly.'" FURNITURE CO. PACTS nvi MOST POPULAR GIRL Saturday I heast Arkansas or puri to Get Free hwest's Most $nmer Resort |he Jemez Mountains of New Msxico, cooperat- wonderful vacation free. AND WHERE Ivertisement appears on this page. Each $1 I.ot for 1000 votes will be given you with each Le name of the party you desire to vote for. Althea Edwards, Blytheville Margaret Milner, Blytheville Elizabeth Martin, Dell Rosa Lou Cook, Luxora Dorothy Gideon, Wilson Orine Hutchens, Manila Mary DeWcese, Hayti Virginia Burton, Caruihersuille June Specials The values are exceptional and the quantities are limited so these can't last very long-. Shirts 1 lot collar attached styles, white and fancy patterns, slightly soiled $1.50 to $3.50 Shirts at Half Price 1 lot neckband shirts, some .with 2 collars to match, mostly small sizes, values to $4, all are soiled, choice SEIBERLING Triple Tread TIMES Air Cooled It's here, the tire that breathes and has three lives. The wonder tire will last as long- as your new car. The most nearly puncture proof and bust proof tire ever made. It has three times as much rubber in the tread as any other tire built and 100 percent .more mileage.' Just think! Three treads to "wear out but \von't heat, It is air, cooled. Come in and let us show you this tire. We have them now on display. 50c Mens Pants Wash trousers for summer, assorted 4»:i sizes, values to $5, no alterations at this price, choice $1.65 1 « Boys Pants Wash knickers and longees, all sizes and colors, values to $2, no alterations choice 95c Tire& Interwoven Hose 75c -sellers, assorted colors and sizes, while they last 35c pair or 3 pairs for $1 . NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. June •21- "Dear old dad"—ho should be remembered with a nice gift next Sunday—come in and let us show you some mighty nice ones at attractive prices. Wrist Watches Pocket Watches Leather Hill Folds Cigarette Cases Fountain Pens Pen and Pencil Sets Emblem Rings and many other items — all at lowest price. GUARD JEWELRY The Chic of Paris and the Charm of Youth In these Enchanting Cosmetics by Helena Rubinstein The most inspiring cosmetics that Have appeared on the American Woman's Horizon! Valaze. Pointers —soft and fine and exquisitely fragrant— in yay new boxes that add a note of distinction to the smartest boudoirs. Complexion Powder in the vermilion box—a special blend for the normal and oily skin and Novfna Powder ~ in the jade box—for tlw dry sensitive skin. jeyen '•; dcliKhtfultones .1,00 ;- Rouge C<>f/i(Hiel5—slim and smart and so flatter- '. ing to one's own good taste! In slim, square boxes. . All the new shades of rouge—coral! an exquisite ' ( { tone for wear with the new "pinks" so much tbe '•• vogue-^red raspberry, vibrantly alive, for day- '' time—crushed rose leaves, or Brunette in warm '; hues for die conservative woman—red geranium, •• delightfully young and gay and alluring—tanger- - ine a sophisticated shade for the Titian type....1.2 J Cubist —the: smartest of all lipsticks in a slim smart black case gayly tipped with gold or'in gold-colored case -LOO Popular Priced Footwear at New Low Prices Ladies Kid Slippers In Scri-Siintl, licit!)-', 'ted and Hliic. Also Natural Ijnen. Pumps, Straps and Tics. Spike. Hox and I.ovv Heels. Slipper.-; for Dress. Street ami Sporls Wear. .lime Special I'rices $0-15 O- 85 3 .85 Wonderful Swings Central Shoe Store 21!) \V. Main Now ... Summer's Smartest Shoes Offered in Our Great June CLEARANCE '•V- &'j ' '*•'*- ' t f * > ; - -' i*'i^.w:'. .'- = ' i ;r'.-; : iiif TI;:: Mohawk Sandal. Either .Strap or Tic Patltrn. This is » hand-woven bhoe ot the best iin.ility. While cr Sta-sand. $6.95 I'utnps—A shop that is smart for sa iiKiny occasinns. Sca-sancl, Kill, Sun-Ian ami Reptile Trim. 86.95 & 5,95 Tic Patterns and Sport Oxfords. In Itcplilcs, Sra-sand,' San-tan. In styles that arc poputv now. $6.95 $10 Dress rumps C*»y QC and Sir.i^s «P I «»JD S8M ( i;fi <K S7 - 50 Valut's v U»»/«J Values $10.50 Arch ' Preservers $6.00 Values . HOSIERY SPECIAL ll^ Hose Other Silk Hosiery Up Sale starts Friday, vJune I9th Cash Only Good Shoes and Hosiery

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