The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 27, 1930
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PACE'SIX BI.YTURVru.B. (AKK.) COURIflK-NKWS ElEll'SPLE Wreckage Gives Scant : Hope Flyer and His Com; panion Have Survived. : SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 27. IUP) —Dog-sled parties set out today Tor a point on the frozen coast ol northern Siberia to hunt (or the bodies of Lieut. Carl Ben Eielson and Mechanic Ear! Borland, believed to be burled in deep snow nenr the wreckage of their airplane. Rali«u ,JJntouf!ie«t The wreckage ol the plnne, in which the flyers left Teller. Alas ka, November 9, enroute to the \c». bound fur ship Nanuk, was found by. searching pilots 90 miles soull of the Nuuk. There is only faint possibility that EleUon nnd Borland are alive. Their emergency rations were found intact in til plane's .cabin, according to a radio message. The message said that the wreckage of the plane was scattered over an area of 100 feet Indicating that Etelson crashed while In full flight and not wlillc at- tejnptlng to make a landing. ; Motor Tom From Ship • The craft had fallen apparently from a high altitude. The motor had been torn from the fuselage and hurled more than 100 feet from the ship". The right wing was demolished and (he tall was torn off. A' uarch of the deep snow, which was drifted over the wrcek- age, revealed no trace of the filers. * Pilots Joe Crosson and Harold GiUarn, who made the discovery, iafd Elelson and Borland must have been killed at the moment of Impact. . Eielson won greatest prominence as a pilot when he was associated with. Captain Sir Hubert Wllklns, the explorer. They met In Alaska and made a spectacular flight across the Arctic. planting of at least * few Japanese 'erslmmons of the Tan«' N«»hl va- lety In a well planned orchard nnd said that figs would grow this far north if protected slightly and ilanted on the south side of n mlldlng. He recommended the Ce- estlal variety ol figi. Moore's Early, White Niagara and Lulle were varieties of grapes recommended, Shropshire Damson and Abundance plums, and Stuart, Schley and Bucceu pecan*. Of Die berries Mr. Nlven recommended Aroma, Premier, and Klondike strawberries; Van Vlcet raspberries, Early Harvest blackberries, and Young and Lucretla dew berries. Of nil the berries, the Young variety of dew berry retains more ol Us natural flavor when preserved, Mr. Nlven said, than any of the other varitles, and for that, reason should be given a place In every berry and orchard pluming. At. least iwleve different kinds of vegetables should be planted In every home garden, and a succession of plantings should be made every ten (lays to four weeks to Insure fresh vegetables over u 1< growing season. Yesierday's meeting was tlw second of a scries of weekly meetings being conducted through January and February In tho Wilson high school auditorium under co-opor- atlve supervision of E. Y. Pilch, professor of agricultural education at Wilson, and County Agent 3. D Carpenter of Osceola, and open to formers nnd farm women ol Mississippi county. Subjects to be dlscuued, each b> an authority on the particular sub Jcct, at future meetings Include "Soy Deans," "Care of Work Stock,' "Feed Crops," "The Cow, the Sov, and the Hen," and "Fertilizers." Aids to beauty, *ueh u UptUckt, shampoo powders, hair lotion* and so mi, cost the women of England $200,000,000 during the past year. 'olice Believe Jewelry Store Thief Robbed Herrick Store Here. Locnl police believe that a man cnu-nc«l to three years In prison it Capo Girardcau for smashing he window of a Jewelry store In hat city is tin- 1 same burglar who osscd a brick through the display window o( Hmlck's Watch Shop in this city early last Saturday Police nnd railroad officers who unve checked reports of window smashing through Northeast Ar;„'!•, and tiuutheast Missouri arc convinced that the man convicted of the clfcnw In Cape Gimrdecu crashed show windows at Jonesboro, Porlagcville and other placfv In every instance the act wa; committed between -four and nve o'clock In the morning, officers say •I'hc window smasher, apparently hail u mnrkcil preference for Jewelry storis but grabbed a suit o clothes out of a Portagevlllc window after losing a brick througt Hie glass. A heavy snowfall at Cape Qlrar- ileau Aided officers in trailing lh« burglar when lie crashed a window of n jewelry store Ihere. Loot taken from the window was recovered on the person of the tramp-burglar when he was tracked to a railroad station. He was tried Immediately with criminal court In session at the time and sentenced. . BUDAPEST, Hungary OJP)- (V)ien another woman bit off her nose and spat It onto the floor during a saloon brawl, Mrs. Bro- niix of "Uvula, Hungary quickly hatched U up rnd ran with It to he local hospital, according to reports reaching Budapest Irom he village. •.'••. MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1930 The sloth, one ol the most peculiar of animals, spends Its existence, asleep or awake, hanging up- Ide down Irom iu perch. PARIS (UP)—Paris, which claims he most eccentric taxi-drivers in the world, now asserts, with statistics to back It, that In Paris only one pedestrian Is killed l?r every 25.000 Inhabitants while In London one Is killed for every 10,000 nhabltants. And they report that Paris traffic proceeds much more apldly. HOME THEATRE Monday and Tuesday SILENT PICTURES L. A. Niven Tells Wilson Audience of Opportuni- : ites in Home Orchards. Read Courier News W«nt Ads. In the republic of Andora the women cannot, eat at the same table willi their husbands; RITZ THEATER Monday and Tueidty SEE! HEAR! Clara Bow —in — "THE SATURDAY NIGHT KID" —with— Hal) and Jean Arthur All Talking Comedy Lloyd Hamilton and Fox News AdmUmion, Matinee 10-35 Admission, ,• Night 25-50 Shows Matinee 2 P. M. Shows Night- 6:45 and 8:46 : Good Comedy Admission, Matinee and Ni>ht'.10-25c : . . Coining Ritz Wednesday and Thursday Ruth Chatterton Just Received! Unusually Fine Collection of Smart, Pratical Frocks Suitable For All Occasions Combine Value and Style -m— MADAM X . OSCEOLA, Ark.—Mississippi county may not be peculiarly adapted to the growing of fruit for commercial purposes, but the right rarleties properly planted, cultivated and fertiliMd with u much care as' the" 'drcUnary field crop, pruned and sprayed regularly, can be grown In home orchards and will yi*H .rjourttitully, according to I>. A.;Hfjven, editor of the Progressive Farmer and president of the Southern-Horticultural association, who ipoke at a'meeting of farmers In WJIsqh Friday afternoon, discuss- liig^.the necessity of the home orchard and'garden and how to have pnlnat r paya. '..'•|tr>: Nlvens Tecomrnends the following tartetle^ of fruit trees for Mississippi county home orchards. Peactia:.Mayflower and Early Rose for extremely early fruit, and the 'CWnmoo,' HUey, Bell of Georgia. HDerta and J. H. Hale-for the mid- M^soJi,'.listing -the 'Bell of Oeor- |t» as particularly outstanding for its" quality and adaptlblllty to this section. ' • • : Apples: Early Harvest, Yellow Transparent and Red June for early apples, with Crimea Oolden, Delicious and Stamen Wine Sap for later varieties. The "Pineapple or Sand Pear li absolutely blight proof and the beat selection for this locality. Others reasonably blight proof are Keefe and Dixie. Mr. Nlven recommended th SEVERE PAINS, Lidy Tells How These Symp tons Went Away After She Had Taken Cardui Baltimore. Md,—" At out three yean ago I sulfered from ecvere pains In my body, a low pain that would bear down," says Mrs. Raymond Hamilton, 1705 Webster street, this city. "I lost weight, I was pale. va$ very tired . and did not rest well at night. "I saw Cardui advertised and was persuaded to try It because It mentioned a case like my owi I took three bottles. I had (el .better after Uklng the first botll and was much Improved when took the third. I was free from pain, able to sleep at night an rest In daytime. My nerves wer more settled. "I recommend Cardui. I thin It is a very fine medicine." Thousands of other women, wh had been In a weak-run-down con dlUon, have written that att taking Cardui their health 1m proved. • Cardui Is a purely vegetable to Ic. It contains nothing harmful injurious. Try Itl Ad MHKW MYUM I toktnc Ctrdul, a good kxattra to we to ThedfonT Haefc-Draaght. 38* » p*Aage 220-222 West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. THE NEWTENCCf LOGGER SHEET Feature vain* for Janti- ' month* iut.ipr.jann- ^ .. ^ . ;•;-;-'*"v $1 Q* I for month* and 1.33 Sit ll»S47a Inches (two riwj ;/..' .'.454 fccbq mor» to tuck in at %bt bottom or rare ova U tbi top, Thii nme fio« "PENCO" qualify . . , linta-liki finiih . . . you ksov so wtUI Pillow Cans to match, inchet, each 32c ••'NATlpW-WlDE". NEW tdNG SHEET Planned u a feature for '-*••• - ' • • ' January . • :.ue at 'only— r. , .'".- \? . •- O& " *»^-I / f-mmn^t ™> '. . •'^"T~" T~. /. *- . " .' - < ~ ' tflchej longer ih»n mull .... Srmlx w»T«o..with . lir*ri-Uk« ftoiA ^i' : i Klfidu* "^ATIQN- TIDE" quilitj . .V«t oaljr ftt. . PiBow Catei'ti match, sixe 42x36 i Tho fashionable frocks of the season are made of lovely Crepes and Chiffon—some have the modified waist lines with draped skirts and even hemlines, trimmed .with Novelty necklines, or touches of dainty laces. Thin group includes plain colors of green, Blue, Ked, Mexican and Tangerine: Two and Three Piece Ensembles Important For Spring The favored materials are Tweed, Basket Weave and Wool Crepe—some, have silk blouses to match coat linings—others have skirt and jacket only, while some have one-piece dress with 7-8 length coat. Shown in the new shades of tans «and greys. PHONE 22O CRINKLE SPREADS Woven of fine cotton <jj-| ytrni for sturdy endur- i^ ing icrvicel In cream with colored itripo of solid background with white itripcs long, WilOt inclici BATH TOWELS , The conrenlent 18x36 inch ^ ^ •lie ... abaorbent double- | C /* thread terry. , A «-J V* Time iturdy towel* come to plain white, aolid colon, oc with colored itripe bordcn *ad center*. Ouuundicg rilujl BATH TOWELS Which Our Cuttomcn Tttt Vt Are Excellent Values at only 25c each Made of double terry. Large Size—22x44 in. Soft and Ab»ortwnt! In All- White ... or with Colored Border* ... or Colored Block Patterns, Mtny Ho*>t»h(t tny Them by the Do^enl EXTRA LONG RAYON SPREADS 2.49 108 inches long—to COT- er the pillowsl Wide enough to hang pace- fully at the tide*. How on« of these lutroot, colorful nron will bring out the color harmony of jroor bedroom! You'll bt Jclightcdiwith the clear hua, the prttCf itylei , , , ill-over .Jicquard pit tern or La th* popular crinUc itript itjrU. Scallcped all around Burglars Don't seek th<e Limelight DARKNESS is their stock in trade. They work by stealth—unheard and unseen—their movements cloaked in- secrecy. It's honest folks that seek the light. They are the only ones who can risk it. It's the same way in business The manufacturer or. the merchant who is not sure of his goods does not dare to advertise. Advertising would hasten the end of his business career—put him to a test he could not meet. The man who advertises, deliberately invites your inspection. Bo tells you about his product or his merchandise and then lets it stand, on its own merit. You can depend on him. He knows his product is good. That's one reason why it pays you to read the ad- vertisdments you nnd in the columns of this paper. It is through advertising that you are. able to keep in touch with the good things that progressive 1 business men are spending heir money to introduce and to keep before you. Advertisements are interesting, instructive and profitable. They throw a powerful light on the. very things that concern you most. Read thqm. I

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