The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 8, 1930
Page 3
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, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1030 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) PAC.E THREE BLYTHEVILLE'S INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES V , Trade, Build and Invest In Blytheville City of Optimist? Your Cooperation will help make Blytheville mightier, Real Flowers in Crystal Beads New Paris Fad rARIS—Real flowers, enclosed In crystal beads which are them stiuug Into a necklace, provided Paris wilh the latest novelty in jewelry. I Ten little blossoms of mlnosa in each glass bead, strung on golden thread, make anc of the most striking necklaces. Another favorite is made of small blue corn-Hovers enclosed In the crystal cass. The (lowers ore natural and beautifully preserved. 'Ihis House Saves Both Space and Money Iitcendsry Flaunts Cops By Burning Building COTTBUS, Germany — 1 . of a wave of Incendary fires i!<: towu of Stelow, during the last several rmiths of 1929. was placed un der extraordinary police regulations, the dance halls, movies and other places of amusement being ordered closed at night. The myr. tcrious blazes censing, the ban wn lifted, and four hours later a flu of unexplained origin destroyed business building across til 1 . 1 from the police station. separated by a-small hall In which here is a bmli. The house, 50 feet wide, would require approximately a. 75-foot lot. For further information nnd cost estimate, write Mrs. Corn W. Wilson, «o Madlsan uvenue, New York City, enclosing this clipping. Life Prisoner Learns to Prefer Devil's Island PARIS—Notorious Devil's Island in French Guiana, ;; not the hoi! hole it used to be, accordins to .1 letter written home by one of i's inmates, Charles Barataud condemned to the penal colony for lit? because of the murder of a nnYi friend. "The life is not too bad and.tlra wardens are humane fellows" lie writes to his parents. "I would sooner be here than in the local jail tit home." I!} 1 .\KA Srrvlrr Every inch—and every dollar— count when a small house is to be built. The most rigid er.-nomy, architectural and financial, must go into i ! <i design. Ingenuity and resourcefulness are required to give it the 'stability, beauty and utility of a larger structure. Carefully considered is the plan ] for the Colonial house pictured ! here. There is a small porch, and from this the visitor , enters a charming, well-lighted livins room In which four windows afford cross current ventilation. Against one wall i:i a Colonial fireplace, with a wood mantel a brick floor and copping around it. The kitchen, to the right, is a real work room, bright and mcd- einly cciuippcd. A dining alcove situated in one sunny corner sep| crates the kitchen frcm the din- Stpckholm Chemiit Makes Yeast of Straw STOCKHOLM .UV>— A ' new method of extracting yeast fiou cvdlntuy straw at u saving of 0< per cent In cost has Just been fount by V. Lund, n Stockholm* chcmica engineer. The straw Is boiled h natron lye until It becomes a gclla tinous mass, after which It is neu Utilized with tin ncld. It is tliei washed, some sujjnr Is added an the composition allowed to ferment The whole procedure takes onj eight hours. FREE! FREE'.; A box of Dixie Fire Kindlcr with every ton of coal. Give us a trial and be satisfied. Kentucky 57 Per Ton Manama Sin Per Ton BUCHANAN COAL CO. Rear Frisco Station Office Phone 107 Res. Phone 717 in; .ircm. In the kitchen is a | windows. lc>:ks out upon two vis- large china and supply r !oset andltas. apposite the dining alcove is an- j Two "large bedrooms, each with ether clr.set to be reserved for a clrset, cress-current ventilation wraps. The dining room, with four I and considerable wall space, are He'd Make 'Em Take Pledge Cider Replaces Water OVIDEO, Province of Aslurlas, Spain. (UP)—Durinu the month o( November 1929 the public fountains of Ilic town of Sanm (le Lan- gero were conlanilnnled with ty- liholil germs, nnd Instead of water the G.OCO citizens drank apple cider. The total consumption of elder lor thai period wns 200,000 liters. PARIS, Ark. tUP)—A three-leg- as Its mates were on Jour was ;cil rabbit as Tssl on Its three legs' found here. i Dry-tl rink lug but wel-actlng national leglshtors and federal em- Iployes would he definitely pie tig- ed to observance of the r .L o r>- c r» father, Son Die Same Day ! prohibition Inw under a bill introduced In tlie House of Representatives by Congressman U. 3. Stone at Oklahoma Here you see lilh with a copy cf his resolution wliicl requires everyone on the govern. mcnt payroll to take an oath nt>1 to u<e liquor. VIENNA (UP)—Hans Pefcnrek. 30-year-old composer of Austrian folk songs, and his father, a pensioned civil servant, died on the same day and were burled In a common grave. The father suffered a stroke of apoplexy when news was brought to him that Hans had died of tuberculosis. WINDSOR, N. C. (UP)—Worried over the sale of his peanut crop with the price averaging three cents, Marshall Enson, Bertie coun- ty farmer, advertised In the classl fled columns of newspapers offer ing to sell peanuts by parcel pas at the rate of $1.19 for a 10-pounc sack. Orders came in fast am his crop was nearly sold at las reports. COAL AN? FEED Special prices on cat' lots— Kentucky, Illinois and Red Ash Coals We Ruv Corn C. L. BENNETT & CO. 'Take advantage if our cash price" Telephone 6-1 Gifts-- That are clever and distinctive. You are cordially invited to visit us and sec one of the best collodions of unique and interesting presents that can bo bought. Also Interior Decoration and Drapery Making MUS. C. M. GRAY 1028 W. Main Telephone 2,",r) Contented Cows Cows fed with Always Ahead ami Do 'Mor feeds are contented and happy and give lots of rich, creamy milk. Try our feeds on your cows. OBERST STORE CO. 115-117 East Main. Next to Post Office. WE DRY CLEAN OR DYE ANYTHING Blytheville Laundry Phone 327 Newspaper Advertising More Productive Than Direct Circularizing T?y a united effort in the use of good descriptive store-news advertising regularly in the local newspapers the merchants of any community could, within a very short time, discourage mail-order buying entirely". Every local retailer should be able to hold his own in the way of effective copy simply by looking over the different catalog supplements of the mail-order houses for the current month, and then arrange his . advertising so as to counteract the trade pulling power of the "leaders' which the catalog houses are offering. No merchant would need to worry about the mail-order house or his big competitor in a neighboring city or town if he but devoted proper time to his advertising, which is just as important to the success of his own business as is direct-mail advertising to the catalog house—the moat vital part of their business. It is really astonishing: to note the large number of retail merchants in business today who fail to understand or realize how vitally necessary newspaper advertising is to successful merchandising and this, no doubt, accounts for the enormous increase each year of mail-order sales. Store-news advertising should he made just as interesting as is possible to make it, with attractive illustrations, so that the people of the town and country will enjoy looking over the new merchandise offerings each day and visit the store more often. Hundreds of live merchants located in small towns, by the use of interesting .store-news advertising—which always carries a cordial invitation for patronage, are drawing trade not merely from their own trade territory but from other nearby towns as well. i This is accomplished simply by advertising regularly and in giving each customer such exceptional service that they will look for the store- news.bulletin every day or week, and buying at such a store will have become not a convenience but a real pleasure. Intensive and continuous advertising in the home newspaper is a great deal more effective in promoting sales and in founding a staple business than direct-mail circularizing, for the reason newspaper advertising constantly secures new patrons which are absolutely essential in building and maintaining any kind of business. Courier News Monteyallo Summit Sahara Heech Creek l'ht>ne 123 SUPERIOR COAL CO. New Blytheville Coal & Feed Co. Phone 1UG Genuine Montevallo Sipsey and Empire CoiJ Purina Stock and Poultry Feeds / * FLOUR MEAL FEED COTTON STATES SALES CO. Inc. Will Pylca, Gen'). MKI-. 210 West Vine St. BlythevillG) Arkansas. WE SPECIALIZE ON FEED, ESPECIALLY SNAPPED CORN AND HAY IN CARLOAD LOTS. Local Phone'l74. Lonu Distance Phone 1SOG .--. J -...V — I. A.S. Barbofo&Co,, Inc. Blythoville, Ark. ; . Wholesale FRUITS —.NUTS-— VEGETABLES ' .' : BEANS —TEAS Sewing'southern merchants over fifty'yews. Phone 920. Second imd"'Roi«. I Chicago Mill A^ Lumber Corporation D. CANALE & CO. Wholesale Produce • - Groceries - Fruits Oldest and largest fruit and produce house in the Memphis BLYTHEVILLE Helena Clarksdale DRINK--- *"m* ifA'-m aut m A FLAVOR YOU CANT F08GF NuGrape Bottling Co. Phone 970 311-313 E. Main Golden Drip Products Arkansas Grocer Co. Blythoville, Ark, Cavuthevsville, lip.

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