The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX Osceola Jury Grants Judgment Against Frisco (or Crossing Death. OSCEOLA, Ark.—A verdict for the plaintiff mid Judgment in the eum of $3.000 was returned by the jury after trial In circuit . court ' here Friday in the c.ito of IL D. Brewer, administrator, vs. St. Louis San Francisco Railroad Co. The same jury found for the defendant in two similar suits for likf amount. 1 ;, all growing oul of the death of Mrs. H. 13. brewer and fatal Injuries sustained by her .small ton In a grade crossing accident at Wilson In May of 1921. The plaiiuiir represented by J, T. Cos- t'n and riruce Ivy and the dcftnd- tnt by E. L. Wcdbrooks, Court re-convened this morning fcr the second week of (he trim. .Other cares disposed of last week were as fo!H\vs: • E. L. Deton vs Frisco Railway Co., dismissed on motion of plain- tilt. Maryland Casualty Company vs Lu.xora Gin Co., amendment U> reply and answer to cress complaint filed. Hen Oreen vs. St. Paul Fire nnd Marino Insiyrancs Co., judpiiir.i for Hie plaintlfl In tlie sum of $25,000, penalties, attorney's fees and costs; appeal prayed, and grunted (lie defendant and 120 days ullowcd to file exceptions. Kank cf Lmora vs O. K. Thompson, continued for toim. Wnlter E. Taylor. Stale Dank Ccminlsfloner vs. Alice Mulkcy ci al. answer and cross complaint of the defendant, Alice Mulkey, filed. !,cwrai!ce fires., ft Co. vs Ar.hur Truss. Judgmenl by definiH for plalnllll for Sl.iC5.73 with Interest o! 0 per cent fiom May 3, I9!u. R. K. McCulloViRli vs M'jrris Rlcch and Chniles SchafTncr aclill- il'nal uiibwcr of Chtis. Selialliu-r led. Kdilli Volmer and H. L. Vclmcr v.-:. U'lioy Wood.!, continued f<,i tei:u. Hoard of Directors or St. F/nc- cir, Ix'Vee District vs Emmii F, Kim' el al.. motion to dismiss compbiw ftkd by Intervenors. I'etUlon to IK- permSHcd lo intervene nli-d by C]inl«Mi L. Ciildwell and wanii-d. O'Oav.i Coal cumjiany vs 1-'<1 I.. Quiim. judgment by (ielniill for philntlll' for $1.500.44 with Inleru.! sit ii prr cent from .Inn. 18. I'.iffl. Mnreueiilc D.ivl.s ,et al vs W. I'. H;I!L-. r'. a!. Ju(i[!]nenl by default f:i- iibinlllf! for $1 000 with inier- cst at 10 per ceut from Novcml'A'v 12. 10211. f'liinkln Htile Holnitm vs W. I 1 . Hale, answer and cross complaint and motion to trnnsfer to chancery court filed by defendants, Davis and, Pauline S]i:re. O. L. While, ct al vs J, T. Fargason Co. el al, separate answers uf J. T. foston and Rave Clay filed. Lcchnidnn Milling & Grain Co., vs. Kd I: Qulnn, answer of dc- (oiiiV.mt filed. John Colcman vs. Kroger ft Bak!DI: Co. Judgment by consent tor pontiff (or S15CO. K.ilell Glover vs. Kroger Grocery & unking Co. Judgment by consent for plaintiff for $1100. A. W. Him p n, Admr., el nl vs. Kicker Ci:ca-ry fc Baking Co.. judgment by consent for' administrator fur $M»: for plainUII,; Amanda Giver, lor $100 and lor lihilutnl Muiy Wll.son for £750. • Cirover C Williams vs Frank O. l.'.wdt-n 01 :il. continued for itnn. pelds Checked U Pcirrot (ever, strange anO deadly but, new In the United States lias Dr. F, 1.. DaJger, lert, and Or C nubile Health Service oltlclals have or tire often fata] disease wlil'cli lui parrots. In the center Is Simon S. came allllctcd with the dlseas- ni j ns (t present from Argentina malady known In tropical countries Infected four persons In Maryland Armstrong, extreme right, U S been assigned to check the spread man beings contract, from infected Martin, who.w wife and child be- Annapolts atftr receiving a parrot JANUARY 13, 19301 Crowd of Unemployed Dispersed at St. Louis i ST. LOUIS, Jan. 13. <tfP)—A crov:d of 300 men and boys carry- Ing posters that asked aid In find- Ing employment was dls|v?rsed from the front, of the city hull today. Examines Oiceola Pupils OSCEOLA, Ark.—Two hundred and thirty-five students of the grammar school here were- cxamln-1 ed Thursday und Friday for defects of the tonsils, ears and lecth by Miss S;>.lllc Crowe, county health nurse. A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Couglis fiom colils may lead to M- fioua trouble. You can slop thcra now wilh Ciconmlsion, an cmulsiricil crcoiole tljJi is pleasant to take. Ci(ui]iulsio!i is a medical discovery with hvo.foM action; it wctlics anil Iieals I lie infljimJ nienitranci and in- hiljiu fenn gro^ih. Of all kiioun drugs creosote is IM- ojgnirfil I)) 1 hi^L medical auilioriiifs as one of ike greatest healing agenciet for coughs fnitn colds and bronchial Irrtt&llotis. CreonuiUion contains, in addition to crcowlc, otli ' " elements vhicfi soothe and hell th« inflaintcl raeraLrines snd stop ihe irritation, while ilie crtotote goei on to i lie sloauch, it absorbed into the blood, aiucks I lie teal of the trouble and checks the growth of the germ* Crcomilsioii is guaranteed filisfac- tory in tlie lieaiment of coughs from coins, btonclmis and minor form* of bronchial irritations, «nd a excellent for building uplho system after coldt or flu. Money refunded if not relieved after laking according to directions. Ask your drujcist. (adv.) By tnodem vaporizing ointment—-Just rub on OVCB )? MltLIOH JABS USED YEARLV Head Courier News Want Ads. St .Louis Formerly Kleban & Matz mm.» W i LU t.iv-y^». T UIIKI a<:aiEU£ iioas, ASK your druggist tad?) CREOMULSION Read Courier News Want. Ads. FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG OH New Silk Dresses for Spring These ate the hew, the refreshing dresses tHat you$ Wardrobe needs right now I Bright colors . . . en« gaging prints . . . styles that tell of Spring. They have been selected by our buyers and stylists as authentic forecasts of Spring modes . . . and because we buy in such tremendous quantities, the price y only 53.J50 vahic in printed Velvets. Your clioicc for Tuesday nnd Wednesday House Frocks Special for y nnd Wn< 50c Tuesday and Wndnosdnv Tuesday 9 a. in. Special 10 yards of :-!G-inch Scrim; regular 10c quality, Limit 10 yards Wednesday 9 A. M. Special I0c k\ 3uc Cretou, 5 yards for 50c Limit 10 vimis. A Hint to the Wise Men .95 Summer Suits in Palm Bench, Troiiolins and Tripplc shrunk Linens, $l2.f>0 lo $15.00 value. Hxccllent assortment of colors and sizes. Tuesday mid Wednesday Social 250 Men's Dress Hats The celebrated Kolb- child Hats in the latest shades $2.95 to $6.50 values. Special for Tuesday and Wednesdav. Stacy A dan is Shoes and Oxfords While sizes on most styles are broken, we still have a fair assortment of these high class Shoes that sold formerly at ?13.50 and §14.50. Tuesday nnd Wednesday Special Men's khaki and dark blue pencil stripe wllon Pants, good for an all- around work pants. Special for Tuesday and Wednesday. For women:: For misses For Juniors The matt rial* are silk crepes, printed crepes and combinaCions of prints and plain colors tkac you can wear now . . : . and for Spring. Every style is new . . . every dress is fresh . . . selected for you from the showrooms in New York. The quality of the workmanship, the material and the styling are typical of the high values ... at lower price* , , . that you can always depend on in a j. C. Penney Store. This tremendously interesting group of nrw dresses presents an exceptional opportunity to style-wise and value-wise women, misses and juniors. The new silhouette is smartly interpreted in styles for many occasions. Gracefully moulded hiplines, rippling tiers, soft neckline effect) and new sleeve treatments are only a fi;w of the many smart details that characterize every dress in the group as Spring, 1930. You will want one (and you can afford more than one!) to wear under your Winter coat. J.C. PENNEY GO. 220-222 W. Main St. Hlythcvillc, Ark.

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