The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 1, 1930
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•• \] SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1930 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-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. Wins Double Honors After winning the vegetable ranntni; champ Dorothy Bollcn, Elko, Nevada, tco:: some San Francisco and won honors there. SJie Chicago recently. She tcok one first, a s Dorothy is pictured here with CUP of her ionship cf 12 western states. of her baby beef catlle to wn the canning award in Detroit Police to Buttle Gangs With Armored Tank lMli and a;i eighth prize steers. place May Be Sunshine After Rain I Continued from Pace 1) attorneys representing the ptosecu- (icm were D. F. Taylor, deputy prosecuting attorney of Osctol.i. and J. C. Young. Obceola attorney. Justice Wnddell dismissed the C.ISL- tit T o'clock Inst night aiier a tvi'.u which began at 2 o'clock in the ni- tcrnoon. The trial of Bell and Swain, oul of which the charges against Ln- nlcr and Johnson grew, has at- iracted widespread attention ovci 1 the slate. The two negro youth; have twice been sentenced to dec trocution for the robbery und muv- der ot 12-year-old Julius McCiill of Forrest, City and that of a n^Bro toy, whose bodies they r.r-j alleged to have disposed of in i bayou near the town. Each lira? the decisions have been reversed by the supreme court and the cases remanded for new trial. The thlrn hearing, taken on a change of venue at Cotton Plant, is set lor March 5. Kelusis to 1'el! nf Ve*s As to his employment in the case Lanier Icsllfled on cross examination yesterday as follows: Q. You never sot any pay for defending these negroes, did you? A. I wns appointed by the coin! over my protest. Q. You didn't answer my question. I said you never got any pay for defending these negroes, ''d you? 1 A. I refuse to answer that. Q. T will ask you is ii not true lhat you received us much as $5 000 from people in the northern cities that are organized for pru- tcctlng negroes in the south, ana FREE! FREE! A box of Dixie Kirn Kindler with every ton of coai. liivu us ii triiil und bu satisfied. Kentucky $7 Per Ton ' Alubunta $10 Per Ton BUCHANAN COAL CO. • Hear Frisco Station Office Phone. 107 Res. I'honc 717 This tnnk-llkp armored car will l>c utilized by Detroit police In their wnr ngalnst gimsters mid kldnnpperfl Notice the policemen equipjicd with machine units in the, ubserrailou "nest." Tills picture wns tnk'en » p lillc police were testing the car In preparation lor jiosilblc rioting at a Communistic demonstration If they have not sent you money lor dereiidhi!; Mips? negroes. A. That lias nothing to do with the case. Q. You never nad any contract with anybody on earth that Is contingent upon saving these negroes from the electric chair or getting them out of this trouble? A. That has nothing to do with the case, but It is not true. I him no contract either directly or Indirectly as a contingent fee or otherwise- to represent the defendants in this case. When Primo the Camera comes to town, why not moke It n ham convention; Wliy not gather up all (he bum boxers In the cmmtry and let tile Da?o take on a new linn: each round for ten rounds? II would give the cash customers something for their money. It woulc Give tile great meat caler a chaYice to really get warmed tip, and but not least, such a show wouU nil the coliseum euch dny of UK year. f Declaring that one bad season won't, make her relinquish her baseball club. Miss Florence Killilen, president and owner of the Milwaukee 1 Brewers of the American Association, is determined to fijhl back and produce n winner this year. Mirs Killilca's first season as president of a Clas? AAA ball team last year caused a serious : financial strain on the Killilea pockctbcok. according to Executive Secretary Louis Nahlu. The above pholo shows Mirs Killilea discussing 1930 prospects for a first division team with Secretary Naliin. A noted financier and phllarj ) may .try the gentelman's advici, .thropist advises young men to save I when T can catch up with spendirn one-tentli of their income and give! cleven-tem iths of my income fo. another one-tenth to charity. f|the absolue necessities of life. COALd^FEED Spccinl prices on car lots— Kentucky, Illinois and Red Ash Coals We Buy Corn C. L. BENNETT & CO. "Take advantage of our cash price" Telephone 61 Contented Cows Cows fed with Always Ahead and 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 DKY CLEAN OR DY? ANYTHING Blytheville Laundry Phone 327 "I'll tell you why we merchants advertise" "The Best Value Goes to the buyer who knows" A LL of us COULD, of course, phone you every day, but wouldn't that be aggravating? A representative of each firm COL 7 LD niaku a daily call, but they would wear out your door bell and your patience. You COULD phone each store, j)cr- haps, if you hurried. You might make a few calls in person, but-lack of time would prevent your visiting them all. Up lo the present, at least, no better method of giving you our "store news" lias been devised than is offered through the columns of the Courier News. Therefore WE ADVERTISE ... In the belief that YOU want to KNOW what the day's market offers. Our newspaper advertising is A 1'AHT OF OUR SERVICE and we want YOU to derive its full benefit . . . We urge you to read it regularly in the Courier News Montevnllo Summit Sahara lleech Creek Phone 123 SUPERIOR COAL CO. New Blytheville Cod & Feed Co. Phone 196 Genuine Montevallo Sipsey and Empire Goto Purina Stock and Poultry Feeds 1 A.S. Barboro&Cp., Inc. j Blytheville, Ark. . '..•"'"" "' Wholesale FRUITS — NUTS — VEGETABLES BEANS — PEAS -'• v Serving southern merchants over fifty .years. Phone 920.,. Second and R6st. Chicago Mill And Lumber Corporation D. CANALE & CO. Wholesale Produce - - Groceries - Fruits Oldest and largest fruit and produce house in the Sot'.th BLYTHEVILLE Memphis Helena Clarksdale DRINK--- •*UTO» v tri- KT am j«t A FIAVOR YOU CANT FOKP NuGrape Bottling Co. Phone 970 311-313 E. Main Golden Drip Products Arkansas Grocer Co. Blytheville, Ark. Camthersville, Mo.

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