The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 25, 1930
Page 3
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JANUARY ii5, 1930 KLYTHKVILLR, (ARK.) COURIEK-NEWS PAGE THREE BlYTHEVILLE'S INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES Trade, Build and Invest In Blytheville "A City of Optimists' Your Cooperation will help make Blytheville mightier. Convict. Taunled as Betraying S J al 'Judas" For .s Pleads For Noose l!y 1'IIIL SINNOTT NEiV Sczvicc Writer SACRAMENTO. Cnlif.—Freedom as sweet to Albert M. Stcnvavc <.: cs Angeles—worth Ihe risk of ".;?,• self—Thanksgiving Day, in l'j'7. i|-n he joined other o~:ivlci-; ;:: iol !or freedom a: Fo'yjrr. [>••;••- iffe was moie dcsirab!. 1 tin:; t-edoni some month; la'.cr. v.iicn ' ewart went lo trial with fivv ] 'iers Tor killiiiii two guards iina ' convicts. He turned rta'.L-'s •:,:nee In an ellon to sive !:!s iv?c::: . z was sentenced to death with ri'.v i lier f- ve. He appealed and 'hin i jtained u stay of execution. : Now, the pendulum of emotion is swung back ngoJn. j Stewart—liie oilier ttv? han^r:!— j ants freedom via the callovs; \ ecdnm frcm the whispers oi iquenler" that hound liim tlm:- ' it the prison. : Ever since the trial. Hawaii ha* I scorned i;y lelloiv convic'.s. I Anthony Bro-.v:i anil Hoy S 1 /.!: • j ?re- first to die. They v/c-r.; :):r: ,y nnortiing—Brown nickin 1 ? :•. Et as he ask^'J i!v wardtn t". nahe it snappy"; Stokes a liill^ inervcd by the chiiiu of the trap Walter Burke ^nd little Jam's et;s >vent I?:? follovviiv Friday oining, both nonchalant to tnc id. fitcn-art was paired with E'.igrnc rcnby. Crc-by smilingly v;cn: nne. He refused religions con- Intion, as did the [our ott:°ii. isut Crosby svas n poet an:l ho ft this verse in his cell: :<las betrayed Christ, the -Master. Then hanged himself in abject shame. Stewart had an ounce of cr,::r^q? f He would, in honor, do the :>ame. And the day the poelic-mindou I •.-: dropped to his death. 3t?w-' '•e. i:;geed the lav: to send him to] r.ilar fate. j 1^1 would ren,t:est that no further lu'cr. be taken to consu::nnnt.j r/.y I |iper,l." Stcu'art wrote Suysi'ivr ! Jse Malcolm C. CUnn. wl'.o pro- I ed ai the (rials. "I am r-;n;:-ni I accept [lie verdict as !; nr.v lands (deaih) v.itiicut f«r;!i:-v Itrlcy. |"I think it customary in rescn- Incing a man lo srt a date b?- l-'een 60 and 93 days. Jf this hn'i -. history Mial fi man has sought to sub'cquemly Inoculated «i'.h ii'.il ; hasten ills ov.'n execution. imnilpcx scrnii,, no 111 effects vc- : Judge Glenn, in legal language, | suited. • lias forwarded to Stewart's cell ir.- j The llisory 01: wh'.ch Jcnncr I structions as to how lo go about: isadc his discovery was lha 1 , the having his appeal dl.smLssecl. With i mild cowiwx pol<on set up re.sts- I the iipiwal disposed of. all that re- j tance against smrillpus because (lie is the sotting of iinctlicr date ibcdy of Ihe IICIEOII ! for his execution. of mamifactmcb n counter |»ison. known ns an ami-body. The first kno«-:> use of vacclna- licn in Ihls Cfjimlry occurred iu llostcn when Dr. Zabdiel Boyle- slon Inoculated liU son nnd i^o j negrces In 1721, a year before the !-=) smallpox epidemic in that. city. VACCINATION On January 25, 1706, Edward Jeiincr. an English pliyslclnn. dls- covcrcd vaccination, n motlicd cf jucdiicir.^ innr.uinty against- small. .jo\. Although' inoculations He Prefers the Air Drill First Oil Test COSMOS. Minn., (UP)—Drilling opi'rr.tions on the first oil test eve: 1 £in:k i:i Minnesota have been start- against cd here by a group of Minneapolis the disease were made before tills i business men and scientists who t!tr.c. it was because of Jenncr's 1 wish to iKCk favorable reports of Invtsii^atlons and experiments I geologists who recently "scouted" that Vaccination was given a sig- i this district. A shall will be sunk mf'.canln iche in medicine. I to a depth of 1.500 feet, and more liio word vaccination is derived data will be obtained before slock frcm "vacca," Latin for cow. for it was frcm a dairymaid who contracted cowpox that Jcnncr first extracted his vaccine. With a small uose of this poison, Je'nner inccu- is soid in the enterprise. 1 I'd r.n eishl-year-old boy whcm a typical case of cowpox, Ibriel. vhich is similar lo smallpox, de- veiopad. But when the. boy was Should Be a Horn KKOYUON, England. CUP)—A new bell at the Croydon Parish church has been christened Cia- Rcad Courier News Want Ads. Aliovc is AH:irt :.;. Slcivavl vAn ; a.'.ks to b^ Jian^'cTl; lulu-.v. l?unuri(jr j JuiISi! iUaicclm C. Qlran. " I compulsory. I would ash lhat it'be onillted this;c.xse, in view of the already yp^necesEan- dc-lny. I in no n-iiy"rt*iiTcvch 15 days, anj humbly request that the court have mai'.c:s enr.ctcci with tile iea,.; po-- sic!e delay. "Mini is tile hell thst -\!i! f .on ue- seribss . . . the anxious soul alternately tossed from the ardors of hope to the petrifying rieors c: doubt and drer.d. . . To prolong it would be folly." FREE! FREE! A box of Dixie Fire Kimllcr with every ton of coal. Give us a trial mul be satisfied. Kentucky S7 For Ton Alabama §10 Per Ton BUCHANAN COAL CO. Rear Frisco Station Office Phone 107 Hes. I'hone 717 SELL BIRD. DOSING THE coorat- THS MALE GROWS THREE LONG ERECTILE WITH WHICH TO CKARAS. MATE. cost, approximately $750. for n dully I Four million women ore cm- round trip or 1.044 miles. I n'.oyod as (arm hnnrts in Japan, HA^JE PNE ROWS CX« TUBE-FEET EXTENDING n=0* ONE END Of THB BOOV TO THE OTHBR. AND THEV CPAWt UPon AW PIPE WHICH HAPPENS TO = SUPERIOR COAL CO. Exclusive Kralirs for THE FAMOUS "ItKTTEU SUMMIT" COAT, ALSO AUTHOR1/KI) DKAJ.KKS FOI( THB (JKNDINE MONTKVALI.O COAL FROM ALnUICH, ALA. Ai VVrll A.S Other Cwl.i of Quality. PHONE 123 LONDON (UP>—A Londoner who won n prize in n Christmas lottery of one glass of beer to be callcil This i.= perhajis the firs: time in • COAL AND Special prices on car lots- Kentucky, Illinois and Red Ash Coals We Buy Orn C. L. BENNETT & CO. 'Take advantage of our cash price" Telephone f>4 Gifts- That are r!cvcr j>ncl rlininctivp. To:! pro cordially Im-itorl to visit us ar l( [ « PC CM: nf t'.ic iicsl collpolioiis ot unique ;md inlei-cslintT ]iresynts that c;m lie Ijouglit. Also Interior Decoration and Drapery Making .MRS. C. II. GRAY 023 W. Main Telephone 230 'The Cock of the Walk' He's fed with ALWAYS-A-HEAU Chicken Feed From r\ -sfe^- OBERST STORE CO. llu-117 East Main. Next to Post Office. N&S&lvVifi/ N^s. WE DRY CLKAN OR DYE ANYTHING Blytheville Laundry I'hone 327 for every lawful dny In Aberdeen discovered thai a season tlcXH from London to Aberdeen wouB Brace l r p Your Business With Advertising The abnormal and greatly "stimulated" business activity which has just passed was far from being sound and healthy. It could be likened i?rr*nl nT", 1 acl T» ty , of , a '? an wll ° has bcen stimulated by too much alcohol. He feels pr-tty bad after the effects have worn off. Readjustment compels the live retail merchant to greater effort in eventing new business in his community and in keeping what business there is from gomj; fo the mail-order houses. Uc have two distinct types of business men and it is duriny such limes as these that we see them clearly. We see one going right ahead with his advertising in ord-r to stimulate 'and increase the sale <-f his goods, the prices of which are changing daily ; and the other, who" upon the first signs of depression, wrings his hands, sto?s all advertising 01 sales promotion work and waits for the people to come in and buy his high priced goods. The first "cleans up" with a nice profit and the second loses what he has and blames it on "conditions." The big mail-order houses are sending out millions of "flyers" each week with alluring price reductions on certain goods. They are making every eflort, through persistent follow-up advertising, to turn their merchandise as quickly as possible and thus prevent a greater loss. What advertising is doing in readjustment for the big, successful merchandisers of the country it will do for any live merchant if he will but use it persistently. The force lhat will carry any merchant to his goal is coiled up inside of him— in his energy, Ins pluck, his grit, his originality, his determination to go after the business of his community and get it. tw !i!i, S r an b< i f coi ? 1 '' lishcd onl >' by adopting the sarcc proven methods sistcnt * '"^ "' building its mani ™th business— per- Courier News New Blytheville Coal & Feed Co. Phone 19G Genuine Montevallo Sipsey and Empire Cos: 1 ) Purina Stock and Poultry Feeds FLOUR MEAL FEED COTTON STATES SALES CO. Inc. Will Pyles, Gen'l. Mgr. ^^ ^10 West.Vine St. •RMP "^ 'Blytlieville, Arkansas. WE SPECIALIZE ON FEED, ESPECIALLY SNAPPED CORN AND HAY IN CARLOAD LOTS. Local Phone 174. Long Distance. Phone 1806 A,S 9 Barbpro&Co., Inc. Blythovillc, Ark. Wlioleinle ; • • FRUITS — NUTS - VEGETABLES BEANS — PEAS • • Serving southern merchants over fifty yeara. '. Phone D20. Second and ROM. Chicago Mill And Lumber Corporation D. CANALE & CO. Wholesale Produce - - Groceries • Fruits Oldest and largest fruit and produce house in the BLYTHEVILLE Memphis Helena Clarksdale DRINK--- * HAVOR YW CANT FORGE* NuGrape Bottling Co. Phone 976 311-313 E. Main Golden Drip Products Arkansas Grocer Co. Blytheville, Ark. Carufhersville, Mo.

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