The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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' fAGE EIGHT ^ BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS ft "Fool-Proof' Plane Wins $100,000 Prize Adjudged the. most "fool-prool" ,of oil airships the Curtis TiinnBcr rauln biplnne shown here has s been awarded the Dante} Gii66<m!ietm $100,000 prize for safely, rt was (he only plane'to pass 'the tighten tests of the international competition. It ims a slotted M-IHB niirl so-called "floating" ailerons thai. arc.said to (jive It unusual lateral control .while flying nl ncar-slnUIng .<iia'ds. .Y Tlie motor Is of HO horsepower. . . . . Morgan's Gift lo U. S. HURT TO STAND, WEAK. NERVOUS "Cartlui Seemed to liuild Me Upund I Wns Kid-of I'iiih," Says Vii'tfiniu l*ady. : '• Roanokc, Va.—"Some years ago, I was In a very rim-down condition," writes Mrs. T. B. Akers of 533 Nelson Street. S.. K., this city. "I siidcred: a great deal with nnins In my sides and back. Standing; oil my feet hurt me so much, (hat I u-ouM get very weak and nervous. "1 !;new tliat If I dltin't get 'something lo help me, I would have to go to bed and stay there, which Is !innl to An for a woman who has small children. So I- kept dragging about,; until one-'day,'"when- feeling unusually bad and discouraged, I happened to pick up a little Uock with a. Cardul advertisement. I decided I v wpuld-|ry It. "Cardul seemed to bu'Ud me up at once, as I \vas able to 'do my work with ea;e. and was rid or the pain by the lime I liad taken six bottles. - •'•'.,• "I have (nkcn Cardut since then '• whenever 1 felt that I needed a tonic, and It always helped me. I recommend It to my friends." Get a bottle, today, and try it. : «?J. J. P. Morgan's yaclit Corfalr, famed in « p ar and peace, is to sec service , now as a government vessel In costal survey work. Above you see .the trim craft, now to be called the Occanographer, as she was turne'd orer as,a gift to the Department .ofcommercc. Upper right Is the -new iklpper, Lieut. Fred L. Peacock, of the United States Coast- and ' Geodetic Survey. 'The Corsair was estimated 'to have rescued more Una &0 persona gt sea during the 28 years Morgan, upper left owoed it.. During the World War it saw action as an armed convoy. .Aadolwn Group Likes New Dock Bag Limit .'•',, NEW YORK. — Announcement th»t; the'Secretary of Agriculture .had m»de,a ruling reducing" the ; legil: bag', limit on ducks from twenty-flve to fifteen a day, and ..on gee* froin eight to four a day, and prohibiting the possession of more than thirty ducks or eight, geese ,.at one time, was received with satislaction at the offices of the: National Association of Audu- bba societies in this city todaay. "It is a great pleasure, 1 said Dr. Pearson, president of the association, "to learn that Secretary Hyde has followed the advice of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act Advisory Board in this matter.. At our recent meeting In Washington," he «ald, "by almost unanimous 'vote we .urged him to take this action. Ptor two or more years we have been waiting lor the report of the experts of the bureau of biological survey which has been Investigating wild-fowl conditions Ihrough- out the. United States the Survey's recent report on the subject caused us to give this advice to the secretary. _ "During the last few years some WUs nave been Introduced In congress to take away.from the department bf 'agriculture' authority ' to make regulations, regarding the .- Uklng of migratory blrts. The Au- dpbon association in common with nany others, deemed this to be an nnwlse procedure, and ajvtays havis had faith in the Judgment and wisdom of the trained corps of or • nlthologlsts In the Biological Survey, Read Courier News Want Ads Is Your Rest Disturbed? Deal Promptly with Kidney Irregularities. TFbollicrwl ifiih bladder inita- A tlon ». Siting up at nisSt «nd COTUIBIU h.ck a tl, e . don't t.k c chances. 1 Wp your kidneys with Door,, PlU, l/«d f or „„,„ , h . n 40 years. Endorsed the world over, oold by dealers everywhere. 50,000 Users Endorse Doan's: John Crctner, 29 N. Sh.rldm AT. "'°' DOAN'S [>ILLS A 5i.niumnt Oiurcnc loth'e Kid.v.s '& NEW COAL PRICES ; Genuine EMPIRE and SIPSEY Goal Per Ton Cash On Delivery High Grade Kentucky Lump Egg Coal £Jk £ J% Pcr Ton Cash ^"•^ V On Delivery We also sell Genuine Montevallo and Marvel Cahaba Red Ash Coals BROWNE & BILLINGS, Inc. Phoiw 76 New Blytheville Feed & Coal Co. Take Thedford's Black-Drmught for OansUpaUon. Indigestion. BlUousMga. g cents'a; package: T Footfcajr Proves Popular at Ward School Soccer foothill la proving to be T'S 5port " "» Budbury school. Pour teams have been or- gantad under U* direction of Charto BtuMH, principal of tire school; and are engaged In a Kh«l- ule of 12 games. . . Four teams, composed of JO play- fi™'?",? 11 haveb ««n. selected with tlw following youttu named as captains: Martin P»yne, Guy Collier Ben Fisher and Geobber Sallba ' Four games liad been played' at noon today with another game In progress this afternoon. At present, the Payne team Is lea'dina the Results of the. games are' group with two V»IM :an<J on* loss First game, CoUler',2, Fisher "i Collier won on toss ot coin , Second game, Sallba. 6, Payne 5 Third game, Fisher: 4, • Payne 6 Fourth game, Collier's, Payne 10. Read Courier News, : .Want Ads. MONDAY, JANUARY 6,' 1030 Monday and Tuesday JAGKMULHALL and Lilsi teie darkest corn- \ers of tKi un' der-w o r 1 tl comes telling beautiful love story of two brothers and at girl :.-; Adm. -Matinee 'and • 10c and 25c? Monday, Tuesday: and ^edni In Natural Colors : Famous Stars Catchy Song ; HOs ,,' Ted Shawn's Dances •• Berlin- ' \ Doisaldsoiv Music In Brilliant Revue Must Do Hear the Hits! by Irving Berlin, Walter Donaldson and others. Be Somebody" sung by Mary Eaton "What \vniiim For That Man?" sung by Helen Morgan "Vago, d sung by Ruby Vallee. *'j i, . A " Talkin 8 Comedy and News Adm. Matinee 10c and 3oc Adm. Nights 25c and 50c COMING— "HALLELUJAH" Life! Filmed on Beale Wilson, Ark., I'lanta- BlythtviHt, WINTER Pile* of mowy ihccto end cases, dozens and doiens of towels, boh* of muslin and yard goods:.. bur January White Goods Event opens with complete, fresh stocks pf many household needfuls ... all of them at tvoical I. C. Penney low prices. '-NATIpN,WIDE" i NEW LidNG SHEET" Sise 81 (torn siu) . . . fou* and one-hill inches longer than otnal . . . and only— 98' Toe culmination of ctrrful ptuuiln| far Kreral - monthi ... of working with tie nuanfictunn ' : during their dutt >«ai<tel Tt* tame ttnniy "Ni- tioa-Tide" quili:y known to millkxu of thrifty •American womeal : • • ' ' • i PILLOW CASES TO MATCH Size 42x36 inches . are priced, eachr— 24c "PENCO" SHEES A value extraordinary , . . ipecially pUnned for January White Ve^ ~. . . priced only— : '.' Sheet* 4*4 inches Ujtr tl^aa anal . . . incha (we before hemming) .-..•/. a : •. r - linen-lite; finui •-. •'-., oafr O f > woven 10 .tjn.. _ , 'throdJ .are of equif'/jtiengyi, for <mly $ , PILLOW. .CASESJO MATCH ere priced, eocK— SOFT MUSLIN Bleached, 36 inche• wide , , .-'. nnhleached, 39inchet wifo . ,',' for orJy,y»iel— -fx-:. ' : - "^ionor" oMlant iplendld quality, pun ficlih, fiat yirn mujlin to the : millioai. of housewiTei who hjvc.lcarned to Jepcnd on thJr ttlndird triAs '' the one, Mft-finbh" : POPULAR CRINKLE SPREADS INEXtRA LENGTH BoDBewives favor these 80x • 108 ip..spreads which cover the pillows and make beds look go attractive I One'of erarmotttimfat.fi?**] to miny, we could ocrcr liopc to «e!l ebon «o ia- apenjircly! But » m»ny dirift» haoMBuken <J«m«vd than that we, buy lot* md lou . .-» and therefore the price it lowered! Cftam background with colored •tripe*, or colored ground with •white ttripet, .Scilloped «dje», "' BIG; y\BSQRBENT BATH'TOWELS Only by buying carload after: carload are s we able to offer such a value as this 1 ^ 0>.*-V' If'tbeM «>weU wtrto't recojroltol ti th^ spi . Vilua' they ire, it would not be neceniry ; to buy » many. -- Bat we mtut-kce^ buyii, sititff die want)' ol millioni of thrifty K wives . . . w we can keep the quality up and price down I Double thmd terry in all -w I colon, pliidi and cctoctd borden, 22x44 Inch J-G-PENNEYG0MPANf IHO i

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