The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 1, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 1, 1940
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N -'.' -'^:: ^r ^'-^ Sjst» * '*>^., •*, , i* , ^ «$ » ! ^^^1' * t< ' \ ', v ", • • • > ' .- -* According, to (lie dlctlojiary, a stew Is: a hot bath; a .small room' n heated room; a 'low, resort or dive; a dish of meal and Vegeta- Tiie famed Persian ruler, ojiaz- ini Kalni, won Ills greatest victory by out-enting his opposing mon- nrcli, Abul Baddis, (lie Syrian The warring rulers, jealous of 'their reputations as gourmands, *gr«ed I In 1299, that whccvor should put- cat (he other could dictate terms to the loser. , .. .: ,- • . .;. | bios; a Btewpan; n state of excitement or worry; a place where tame pheasants are bred; a vivarium for flshj'im artificial bed of oyslcrs, etc. _• THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19 JO Dr. J. A. Saliba' Announces Hie removal of bis office from the Ingrain Building to Jils liome. 121 E. Kentucky Phone 41'0 COLDS tor quick relief Troin the inlsery of colds, lake GOO Discomfort IHttld - Tibleti - SJWe - Nosa Diopi TERMINIX TERMINATES V-- TERMITES _;„ BRUCE-MEMPHIS LIBERTY CASH GROCERS PRICES FOH FRIDAY AM SATURDAY Dr Willis C Campbell, well knmra Memphis, Ten,, bone t, who e principal COURTS Quo-la Foi 1st Quaitei Pioductton Set At 1,- '200,000_Umts 11S\ BERNARD CRANDELI, United Press St^JT Coricspondcul DETROIT —Di-lrolt mice more is in the Innuslrlal \angliard ftomjall angles and the ineUt- abife strtiaics tiih fcurth 'nrgesL North American city has proieri it was fastest on the rebound tiom the, depiession of the early 30s As the center of the automobile mdustrs— a. reliable busmess baro meter Detroit s engine of encrgj has full sleam up In the last yeai the automobile truck output Municipal court sessions of recent days liave been brief ones with a numtior of acquittals In cases of disturbing (he pence by fighting Shaw Crawley was tineii $15 after pleading guilty to n charge of pcdt larccnj Tiilu Ciawfmd \vas chaigcd with (Ikliirbjng the peace but (lie cliaree wns changed lo malicious mischief on which he was fined $5 He nskcd lor an .appeal to circuit court, which was granted, and appeal bond of 575 >vns made. Annan Reeves was licit! to, circuit cmirl on a charge of forgery nnri uttering with bond set at $250 Ernest Hiskins pleaded guilty to 11 cliartc of iciUcss drhmg an<l his 525 fine \vas siispendcd. A fine of $15 was assessed Wiley Kimbcl on a charge of petit Inr- ccny. ' " Glover Hatchel \vns, fined $50 on n charge of carryiiig toncealed weapons. A. charge of. disturbing the pence me. auiomoDiie truck output was " wiugc oi.aisuiruiug the pence 3700,000 nnd for the first qliartei .f !>US(:cl Jnck skelton to be fined 510 cf 1940 manufacturers plan to roll ui tlle r '"° ^ ni > Slisuendcd. "— - Dnve Brown drew n similar flue on the snme clinrge, to which he entered more than 1,200,000 units oft the assembly Jines. ' " . Automobile in'vciitorios''.' nre at "•' their lowest point in six years. 1 Domestic demand Is so great that one comp "we ca Fspecla ments sales nre expec'ted to Teacii neW highs. / .-." .1 Knndseh Is Optimlslic William s. Kruidscn,.president of Generttl Motors Corporation, said (Iren, Tom Kodgcrs, Joiner, Ark., Bert Roclgers nntl Mrs. Lawrence Stcele of Reeves, Ma., Dim Rodgeis of,. Slcele, Mrs. Mnttle Ccmvny, Clnrksclalo. Miss., Mrs. Alice Jnck- son, Madison Park, Okla., nnd Mrs. Mary Griffin of lilt..view, Mo., ami' n number of grandchildren n iul j other relatives. 31.&J • at Blylheville's Best Food Store Can You Helieve It? You .save MONEY, TIMK and TROUBLE when you buy at the bigger and better Kile Price Store.-'You Suve MONKY t>e- ' cause \ve guarantee lowest prices at all times on all quality merchandise whether advertised or not. You save TIME because every item is arranged so you can find it easily and quickly. You save TROUBLE because we deliver your order J.ook over the bargain* listed below.' We have many more, too! BACON Bliickhawk; fancy • .Sliced II). or Purilan Klmlless, Ib. Zla Picnic Hams, Sug, Cured ib. 13!c PORK CHOPS, Center Cuts Ib. 14c PIG LIVER Ib 10c n » lc « of suilty, but the ™s fuspcndcd. , S ^, ty , V™ wns Clllcrctl ^' "™ bri k ° 1 n dllxr s e " [ ...« U w.ji»j».i * a eu'Bttrtli limb Jj, Irr >, r* i j ( ompany olBciai: complained, K n * f^, 01 , 1 n dllxri int make enough of tiiem" .' g , i' s for wlllcl1 llc wils fln ally in the expert depart-! 'h „ v B ^" !10 » wns'flncd sales nre expecled It, Lch I a •"""". Clliir 8 c - S5 on A guilty plea was entered by An.ron Byrct on a churgc ol fighl- itij but the $5 fine wris siispcnded. Brothers' Hearing Delayed To Feb. 7 CAIIUTHEHSVILLE, Mo., Feb. 1.1 —The preliminary hearing of Klnch ' and Hcbert' Mathls, two Wnrctcll brulhers.charged. In tlie death ol Biircn Long, 30, also of Wardcll, was re-sol yesterday until ncxli Wcctiicsdixy, Fob;. 7,, before Justice fJcin^ Hlckcrsorf at, was oilgirmlly si-licciulecl (o have been henrd yesterday. ' The brothers arc charged wllh having engaged in an argument, with Long at a pool room in Wai-dell, with Long first chasing Robert ivinlhis cut, of the place, Robert,- going nnd gelling his brother, Klnch, and both going back to accost Long. In the resulting aiTsunient, officers said Klncli Matlils beat Long over the head I wllli a die slick. Long died of head j Injuries In a Cane Qlrardeau lios- [pltnl January 23. j Bond was set at 55,000 each on die brothers pending Uicir preliminary, which they have been unable to make, being held here in the county jail. Funeral Held For Mrs, Mattie Kitchen , sa business definitely hnd resumed Its upward march. According to a report from HID Detroit Board of Commerce the _ _ ?• If' , 0t , b " sln(!ss actlvlt y In Wayne I STEELE, Mo., Fcb i-Funcril 1 d . uri «5 : December Cervices were held here Say ' 1)revious j af <«niocn for Mrs. Mattte Kilchen Wilson who died Sunday at the home of her son. Tom Rodgers, at Joiner, Ark., after a few days Illness of pneumonia. The services were conducted in (he chapel of the German Undertaking Company by Rer. J w Cunningham, pastor of the Bap- list Church of Steele ar.d interment was made In the Ml Zlon cemetery. Mrs. Wilson was born at Boonville, Mo., ort Aug. 30 1830 but i t ., , ---- ""• "Uimmy y^J 111115 in the past two years have increased from 16,000 to 20,000 a difference in vnlue of $15,000,000. In the latest report of -the Department ot Commerce, coverine 1937, Wayne county was first in (he nation hi industrial wa»es paid. -Workers earned R total of ^648,515,254 that year, the re p :n raid, surpassing the marks of Cook cotinly (Chicago) and New York county (Manhattan). first Read Courier News want ads PuS! the Trigger on Cpnsiipstion, and Pepsin-izeAcidSiomachToo When constipation< on ncul \n<K- 8«timi,bl«ilm((. dizzy siiflls, gas . c^iai tiague sour taste, nnd bad brtath. your btnnrach is proluhly loailwl un wit i certain undigested (owlancl y«irlivv«lsdon't "Wayne coiintv «•», !>,„ „•. mntt ? llcr ^ ome llcre Wh her in this grcup to show'' ai° ael™!. 1 ! moil "" R ° C ' EOrs ' " mn about Uvo paid iir wages In iff! 1 ? nv« r \non-. T/ .,_ rc , or ,, a v , "'"' !lcr son. loin. She has been a member or the Baptist church lor 35 years She is survived by .seven chll- Pleasant Way ~ nalte 'S^^^^'K I * ( ' ap , u ^'" c ma1ics simple hpailaclir an f J'sJ ""^ lo aci, Kwt time lateVaimdi r Stfl< l" 5*!;SX?A c ?aw'>» Quickly, ilioroiirt nnd nmisea. Tbij - izmRyourstnmnclilicliisrvlicveitofsuch distress. At (tin same time iliis mttlicinc mikes up lazy ncrvcsaiul iniisrlts in your Iwwclslorciicvcyoiirainstiixition So Sec jimv imicli Ixjttcr you fed by tnkrag tiie inxntivo that also inns IV|»in lo « w k or that slomadi dt'comfort, loo Evrn finicky children Inve to uslc this plcaunl family hsanvc. liuj- Dr. Dildntll's IMX- ntivc-Scniuj lyiih syrup I'CIKJH at your druggisltod.i! SPEND VOUK GASOUNK DOM.AR U'ISELY SAVE 3c to Ic Per Gallon ON GASOLINE Valuable Coupons AVilh Eatli Purcliasc CASOUNK-.MOTOII Olf, KKROSKNE \Vlicl!>i.i!c it Kclail TKADK \VITK JOYNER OIL CO. Independent Dealer TANK CAR to YOUR CAR Highway Gl, Ncrlli, lllylhcvijle \Vc' Deliver i>| lollc 153 Pure C'try. Pork Sausagei-lb. 10c Rolled m Beef Roast Ik, 21c YoBr Ch( >iceBriiilii or Genuine Country; Center Slices. Ib. 28e Half or Whole, II). . ; nnFFPF ««ik Ri«^- Lb, ioi- j UVrrLt Dean's v^:%:... . - Lb ^c '—. ..WIK •' ''-ri' v y^ • • . -iV-'nfe .. : round, 5a Plain Only 12 {L Sack 25s , Yellow Slohe, 2 Ihs, 5c Spaghetti or Tomato Paste 2 for 5c SALT MEAT Best Side Mi. lOc i? 1 /» • " oilins 1b - P2C or SSLT, . 2 Pkgs. 5c Pancake Flour, Washburn's, 7|c Pride ill. CORK,. Large Cans 8 fo Fresh Like LIMA BEANS can S& Pllrc l! ' b - Cr( - 50 Ib. Cans ?3.4!) ?, . ! ,' b - Crt 65c lulls 1 i Sc Higher TOMATOES, Beg. Size, 3 cans 21c LETTUCE, Jumbo Collards, Musiard . Bunch 5c POTATOES, Red TrFphT in Ibs 20 CAMBRIC ,1 78 Mvrt. Oc Size O RIKSO IBX . ^. ;9 c T ^UoxfllUX ^i '^J'" TOtur l.arjc 990 Size "^ , B,« 20= - i" lilyllieviitc, Ark. Ill E. Main \y c Dclivcr me lor ^our Convenience \Vo Arc Open Sunday' Morn-' • • ff-s (ill 12. Canovaor Maxwell House ILL Can Pet or Carnation Rosedale in Heavy Syrup >, 2f Can ROYAL GELATIN ,1 14 Grapefruit JUICE •ilj 07.. Can LtBBYS FBUIT COCKTAIL "^ 13° GRAPEFRUIT 5 HECK BONES SALT MEAT Boiling C ] c W2 Lb. SALT MEAT S(rcak-o'-i,can l,b. 10 Miller ILL Crt. B Lb. Crt. •Kan TeiincsHee Gallon 1'itvt".. -.; Quart :j!)c IQc 80c 4Lb. Crt. Jc 40c SALAD DRESSING 20 GRAPE NUT FLAKES 9 SUPER SUDS K" s - s

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