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PAGE SIX flASSIFlHTADS TWO etna • woia tor first in-' Mrtk» tod cue cent » vxt tor etc* nibMQUUit tn«r- Uon. No tdvertUeinent Ulen for less limn fOc. Count thr word: w.d «nd the «>•'« Phone 30ft FRTJ}AY,__NOy_E.'\[B5R__7 > _ J.930 __ A,, ' J Y LAURA LOU BROOKMAN AUTHOR QP"PAfiU ROMANCE.' 1 iiundr^y © 1950 by MEA^SERVICE/INC !U> AUDI NC HOUSE .MI FOR SALE I :iAVE 4 HOUSES, well locr.led, I that must be sold or traded Im-, mediately. Will sell or trade allj ojether or. ssparalely. Will sell; .heap on monthly payments or •. ill trade tor a car or anything ofj alue. Owner \Vill be ttt my of-j :c Friday and Saturday until i 0311. G. G. Cnudiil. 201-03 I'arm- .•s Bank Bldj. C-K-8. !G FOR Bargains Used Cars FORD 1 TON' TKUCK $ I). r i !3 KOH1) 1J4 TON TUUCK $295 >9 FORD IJi TON TKUCK $35r, ' 3 FOKD IJf. TON TRUCK 5333 !G INTEHMATIONAL TRK. S135 : )3 FOUD TUDOR SEDAN S295 » FOKD FtmnOK .SKHAN 5155 i 33 FOKU TUnOli SEDAN S4'!5 .-.'7 FOKD !i TON TUUCK ? 85 . :S CHRYSLER "GZ" COACH Si3j ;':9 LATE FORD CODl'E $335- . J 2 9 C I! R Y S L F. K "75" ROADSTER $575 •-!29 FORD SVORT RDSTEK $293 . ,28 FORD TUDOR SEDAN S2C5 1 our old car will apply on . the . >wn payment; weekly, mcntlily L- fall terms. Call 811 TODAY. PHI!,L!i»S MOTOR COMPANY Authorized Ford Dealer. FOR RENT L OR .. RENT—Front bed room. sUam heated, adjoining batli, G02 '.Vest Main. Phone 642. ' 3C-TF ."OR RENT — Furnished annrt- ment, garage if desired. 305 Jougan. . ' 3P-K12 TOR RENT — Modern home on West Walnut. See O. G. Caudill 3P.K13 FOR RENT—Kjvcuopomjhouse lr 1000 block on yCh St." Call M G. Goodwill. ' JC-TF FOR RENT—My pretty country home, right at town. Hand.<>onie throughout, both, lights, Fewer, garages, servants house, garden chick hoii£c and yard. Residence has 4 bed rooms. Right, price to party who will take care of it J. Nick Thomas. 6C-K10 FOR RENT—Two furnished, light housekeeping rooms. To couple without Bouri. children. 113 W. MLs- 1P-K8 ROOM; AKD BOARD S8.50 per week. Mrs. Freeman at Glencoc Annex, m W. Ash St. 1C-K11 WANTED WANTED—Family washings, blankets, quilts. Mrs. Farmer. 703 Lake St. 3P-K10 THE BKST HOT PIG, CHILI AND COFFEE RUSTIC INN WERT He Makes 'Em Set mxiiN HI-RE TODAY Ci:i,IA HlTCIli:!,!,, 17, (riitn [Itilllniurr ..here >br k» llvnl «llli her triiiMKlrrti innihrr, n IHI:AIU:T mi<:i:us, r,> join II.T «. illli, fiilhrr, JIIUN..MI II lli:).l., 1" \<-w York. Ttif |i:irrnli urr JKurfi-J itnd M rk. llci^rrH It, n iil.li*,^ 1a}tu\\tuK » *rrimd uinr- tlaisr. IIAHMJV SMiri.DS, young llrtVfc- {.niirr ptiiili,Kl'n[phrr, U In Inve "Illi il;i- clrl. MK.-lJrll nsk> i:vt:- 1.1V I'tllSONS. lirnullrul tildoiv, tn Inlmtinrv his daughter Hi ullirr ftivnK vrnplr, 'Mr«. I'nr- hnim ucrrfM, ^untiljfrlntr t'HIn n rii-n ..... i u| n MKi-lirlr, i.nr.-lli.ni. Slir Hnan lirrcmirh JtitluUK nf Ihr Clrl lind .1-1., -mri to C i I rl.l ,,f 1,,-J liy Fnr.iurni;!iic ii ninniiirr ),f- nvrrn (Vlln tui.l Tllll Jollllt.V. f:;.. -It, nil, i- I. Ml at iluliloili thtir- u-ff r. Uclil.ilcli Mllrlull f.irlild. Cvll;i ti. vrp JiiTiInn she Kufi nliiult \.llh ll-p ^Mtinjc nuiri friMini-nrl). MM 111 N( \\. ,1 u lrl .:f l>ll;|-. MI:., luronln hrr liijnl frltiid. SLIi-I.U I.. 1 rtlii r-Efnil« rk for t it tic rrnll? . lo Olh] lie Cur I, 1 l'r»r»nn«. nh[i nillr in Slil.'lili,. .'.nil IrlU btiii Ml,,1,1,. K,., :i, She irll. lirrtrl In Jni ftr.illrmli.il III SMMil« <hi- IIIVM rinnr* I :yt,pu ibr ynuiitj man l\ Mif.l In ;, l>iiriilng liullill III 1,1- f[lr HII.-liHI rt-lin I* iiii-rlliii; '!,,• )mi-iK man klirrr|>tlllim«lj. Tlini nflr-ri rrltu nntl slih-lil* an- unillliiK In- prlLrr ulirn Mlli-hrll n|iiir:ir*. llr dUthUira Ihr Jiillni: mull [mil <a!ir» Cllln hmur. ulirri- Ikl-T Mvp * lirnlrd nrcimir:if. (Ylln nlltK nnf. i,r (he ii|i;i rlinf-nl mill InlJtt 11 Irnln fur llnlllinori-. Slir nirlira nl IM-T fomii-r liiimr- tn Hull her wnillirr cmif. After n .Iru at fi, ill,. »i-.iri-Mr>K whr ro- liLrnr lo Ilir ll.-il mill ft li'lil .1 111:111 I* iiriMliiB lii lire NIT. MMV <:n n.\ wrrir TJM: srour CIIAI'TKH XI.1X /"•KMA did nni rrt-ni In liear the *-' wnrds "Tliey don't kuow whoro she Is!" tOie cried. "Oh, Mrs. Scliiiltz. how'll I llnil my mother? What nni I lo do?" Tlie Gorman n-oiunn drcsy her ![!• tn tho room. "Elore—eomo Inside." she fultl. ",Mrcr.dy thnso Mo Idea- kin bsen listening nl keyhuled, The KOiitleinan wants lo see yon." Olln crossed the liny, darkened hatlu-gy. She raised her head ami Inohoil dlrerlly Into (lie sober oyos ot John Mitchell. Tim girl stood (|iillc slili. "What —\vlmi do yon wimt?" slip demaud- eil Then licforo he could answer plio rushed lo him. threw herself In his arms anil tjolilK-d as though her licarl v.ould lircali. "Cclla—my dear—I'm sorry! •Don't try! Cellu. you mustn't!" Her weeping gieu 1 loiltler. .lolm Mitchell, distressed, looked al»nl frantically for assistance. The '.inrlly Mru. Sclmllr. tho room, nodileil lici 1 lie-mi doi.'i l;noiv \vjiere slit's none, uli —f.-itlifr. wb^t i-an \vo do?" "J know." Mliclit'll Kild Jin-Jklly "I touinl nut Ml.t-n I ;•(:[ IUTI: llry i yniir eyc-a iniv.-. Wt'il llnil lie,-. \ C,i lla " ' 1 Jjiil ho\v fan wo !lnd hi-r'^ Ki 1 . 1 :-'^ ]m:t — illeupiirriK''!! Noljndy knov.s i atiyilil^K ulmnt HI" | Mild ell nodded reai.-uirltu'.ly.; "Leave (hat lo me." lie sr.id. I've Iwn terribly norrlcd nlioii ycni. (\-M:i. I W;L:H ynu lo K::.iw l';:i Bony for \vk:\\ I saiil y.-hti-r-j il.iy. I was liasly. t'oiKlvi; IJIL'. I in'i you?" i "You HH'flii you rlon't t!ili:k all; ihtis.^ thlriKi* yon ^ald al;otr. me? j Ing a dlsurauoV" ! "Was that whnt 1 said? No, o! conrae 1 didn't nie:in It. Temper ;ol Ihc bL-tler ot rue—as It lias lie- fore. \Vl:y, [ wouldn't niako you feel liailly (ov aiiylhin^ In [he world. CViln! 'It's unly lliat you'iu so pror-iDiis to iuu. Do you understand? Tti'l'a why everything yen do nii'aus fo iniii'h, ami why [ Hin-ss I've liwn loo Klrlct. Say ynii'll fcirf-U'e 1110 tind forget all abmil It ntiw. vvun't you';" CYlla aKrrid. . "She (luii'i iiinkc friends with no- |ljruly!" Flic taiil. "Sho'a a good ! v.omim. l»m K:ie don't never make > v.iih nobody. Jiii<t &ay nininiii;:' ::nd 'nice day' anj :lii[i;/ I-.' 1 ,' lhal. hut she don't iH-h-ily v.liai she's (join 1 to tee." A lew nioro nueatlons Mlithill hirntd to the girl. ~ |"[)ii!i't you ililnk wo had better be |,.avli;n? (,;,., t,,.^ , lr)t | !u| ,, il:lni:!> l "Mrs. Kchultz (,[,1 wo mu3( ii her. Get your and I'll order a Cclla wont lo the bedroom, when ?he Lad loft l:er traveling hag. i over i be drr-sslug lal;lc Eliowed he: iio\v ':onipl^ifty Bho bad forgpttei l^r f.npearanco. Tho rcd-rlmmei eyes were swollen. Her hiilr ifa <eni|it ami there was a i;loss> nc on h:r nose. Even her (rock \vas runnihd. Viri'CllKIJ. held his uau;;li!er In '*' his iirins, comfni-lins her. .Mrs. Sclnliz. who bail left them i-llicr. but remained cltise to Ibe lionnl doorway, listelilni; eil(;cr- iy. bad lo Hlniin her earn lo talcii Ills lovi'-]illclicd \vord:i. ' lie lie^au lo arik qiiestlous. Colla lold him all slic had hocn alilo lo I car u ahout Mrs. lioKcrs' dis:i]i- luaiaiu-c. ll was little i-mou^h. .^ niched whui Ihc tiisluillau Inul Enid aud what iiht liad bran] at Mai'jjul'K shop. "Mo 3-011 think the wonmn who nnis Uio iihicc—Iho one whn's nut of town—may rcully know nny- Icred a substantial lunc-lieon. t'n- la was young tad now tliat Ilio eniotloiml crisis of tho past 21 lioure Mas ended sho dlficovcrcd Eho wan famished. As they ato her father talked. Mo asked Cclla v.lien she hod left New York, how she had Ejicnt tlio evenl:;s b-fore, hut ho made no criticism. Mrs. I'arnons had discovered tho girl's absence, he Bald, nl 10 o'clock. Sho had nollHed him Immediately, ami llicre had been several frantic hours of search. It was llnally-tbc doorman (lie had cone off duty bin w:is reached by telephone) who gave the woril tliat Cella had taken a can for (Irani! Central Sl.Vifon. Miiobcll's trip to Baltimore was mado on the bu[ii:osHloii tliat tht i;lrl had anna lo Join her mother. "Don't mini admitting yvi Kavo me a scare, Cella," lie sa.td. "A bail one!" "I'm sorry, father." : "Oil. wu're golns to forget all tliat nou: Put It ou: o( our inir.ch! Wc'va foiiKittiliig else to' do!", : Cclia nodJed Kravcly. They, lalkt'l of Margaret ItoserB. 'There's one thing!" die girl- durst forth, "1 vilsh 1 could know- she Isn't slc^- '.'hat's what malics r:iu afraid! Sho wasn't really v.-ell.; yo:i hnoiY. I'm afraid soinotlil I iKivpi-nnil to make her net "You'ru nice i;lrl nntl you not a fine S'iui'cily!" papn!" she said. "Homo day when "I've Ihought of that." Mitchell' [ your mamma come back you come I sulil. "I'm going'lo do everything s ME wt 1 !:'. to tho bathroom and balliiid her eyes with cold water. Tin ii s!:o combed her hair, got .•ut cosmetics and used them light- y. Some of tho wrinkles In her dress were removed by limslilng. She was ftlll far Iron) cheertul. but a n:uro presentable flsure when she roatii^arcd In the living room. Mr*. Schullz Bhook Ceila'A hand Heartily as the coodhys were Bald. to see me again, huh?" "Oh. yes! We'll cornel" The girl smiled. Mitchell picked "1 don't know." Cclla nilinlUoil. "They were Molan to nlvc nic her aildresB, hut i forgot." "Woll, that's a start! Is there a telr-filiouc In thla \tlute? You iiilyt.t e:ill Ihc Bhop now and gel that address." Celhi Jumped up cnycrly. Her father wns so ctiallilout, so self-re- liaul. U was womlerful to feel that lie hml (alien command ami ihat lliore WILS something she could t!n. Tin* tcluiiliouo wns a jiatjlic one, phirod in the entrance iiaSL. Celia ^atij;ht n|i her purse ami hurried "Let her ciy," she said In j nut lo make ilio call. In flvo min- v.-ltlila my power to llnd lier. lla" He paiiEcd. looking across; Iho' in!:!e at the Eirl. "We've got up her (raveling bag and they Icflj'o liad her!" ho linlshcd. Hie house. When they were in the | * t " * ' "There. Ihere!" Miichcll Inter-1 PVKLYN PARSON'S wai reading town liotel. j *-' ll:e lelesram In her 'hand for! "Holier have something to cat, j a seroiiil time wlicn the telephone' liatln't we!" he suugenlcd. "Have Lang. Hose answered and handedl yon liad hiiK-h?" • Ml.c- ir.slnimcnt lo Mrs. Parsons Cella liail not. Her father con-' suited a railway thus table and pointed out a trnln they could take coiivcnlently. Tlie siiK^estioti roused Ihc girl. "llul father!" she exclaimed, "1 can't 20 h:itk to N'cw York!" "Why not?" "Where will 1 go? 1 can't stay wllh Mrs. Parsons any lon^or. She —sho doesn't like me!" "Nonsense. That's ridiculous!" "Oh. but II isn't! 1 know 'she doesn't. She couldn't—!" "livelyu la very anxious to have you return. Sli? told me so. You must ;:ut that notion out of your BOSOM "FP?iEAiT>( IR IrioRUtb^ WAS M& W WDfA, 5T7LL a low volre. "Sunn. s=hi'll feel bel- ter. It dun't hurt her none to cry!" - Mitchell looked singularly out of t phit'e 1 *.)!! the cheap, cliillcrc-d 1 Hat; He, too, might have spent n sleepless night. His eyes were worn aud thcro were shadows beneath them. It was some time before the sloira had duiclcil enough for Cella lo apeak. Then she glanccil up ami, struggling to control her voice, rusiw. "Mnihcr (?"'*. iier*» T They iiU's she was hack iiKaiu with n Toronto ndiircss written on a slip ot .piiper. HIM- tallier was talking .to Mrs. Sc|iullz n-hen Celln returned. Tiicro wns nothing In whnt the custodian told him that Cetla had not already heal d. "la Micro anyone el;e In the place—any friend ot Mrs. Holers— who yon think might huve heard from her?" Mrs. Schultz shook her head em- nlmllcally "la Miss Mitchell In?" ' "No. she's not. This'la Evelyn Parlous speaking. Can 1 take.anyi "0!i—.Mrs. Parsons! 1 didn't re:- mize your volte. This IE Rariiey ikhls. Do you know where 1 L-outi! re^-jh Cclla?" "What a pity—she's out ol HOOTS Ai\D I1ER BUDDIES TAKING THE "15UMPS" ^,i.Q\UKi'T , I TO WE MOVJ\t . I By Marti' hc-ad." "Hut I couldn't after what Bhe sntd to tnc!" "There, there!" Mitchell interrupted. "We'won't talk about i; Of con,rsc you're going hack to-Nt-w; "You dsar boy! Shall I'expect "What did yon say?" "^iic's out of town. Listen. Mr. Shields." Evelyn's tone was Im- l".ilf!vc. "Cella's left me alone, Why ilou't yon come over and hav6 liiniicr with me? H would, chesi uie ::p linnieu^ely." "Oh. thanks— I rjean— " "rieass say you'll come!" "'iVe',1. why, yes. I giies York." Cclia was In no mood for arj;;]- nient. She was tired and wok and eager to believe that everything really would ba all Tight. They reached the hotel anil Cc lln walled while Mitchell dispatched two messages. Tlion thoy went Into the dining roem and n*. yea at seven?" "I'll be thcro." "Tlieii I'ui spared a lonely cvo- nir.r,- tlocdby until later." "liooilby— and thanks." There was an exultant smile In Evelyn Parsons' eyes as she set down the telephone. WANTED — Family Washings. '.Voshiid and ironed hy coiniie- icnl white woman. Mrs. Brown. s-L»lce St. nck-U ter of the buck, make him a Ions fancy button, and loop or yon mi ', For the full-sized case, Inve It finished to measure 11 or 18 inch- use the serviceable snapper. FUFiNISHED rOTTAOF ' POR! CS lons ' llot Coun ' ln 8 the flaps thai '\f?«; t Ot'K COl ton PENT A m-etU^ace He?t fold ovcr ftnd fllslen ' Cllt fcalh lllc «£«rSionU,.' TtamasLKl ^ '"'I 511 ";/" 11 , " 1C '"f'f of ', hc c "= NEW YORK, Nov. 7. (UP)-Kt- SC-K10 ^^L^i,"!? I 0 ", 1 ° ° ««», c,o s ,d very steady. ; IT? tie Continued) f) Y 1t>fin<i UllUltlt) LOST AND FOUND inches wide. Tit a piece et canl- : board In through Ihe center an:l ' j stitch tho case all around the c:ird- | beard to hold icut out the c LOST—One male pointer, solid livtr lisk. Tinder notify Jimmic Ledbetlcr. Reward. CC-TP "nps fold down and stitch the it in place. Then PERSONAL TAXI—F. A. MCGREGOR Day or Nlghl Service. Phone 1G. 1C-KM stitch around . To fasten over the- ollars. outside edges nl! you can put FRECKLES AND HIS •y steady. Open High Lou', Close Dec. old 1081 1095 108J 1032 Dec. new 1086 1002 1085 1092 Jan. o!d 1100 1108 IMS 1108 Jan. new 1109 1112 1107 1112 Mnr 112-1 1135 1123 1132 May .... 1151 1157 1147 1152 July .... 1110 1175 1105 1175 Oct 1192 1198 1190 1191 oil a Si»ts steady at 1095, up !0. I NEW OfiLEANS, Nov. 7. IUP> — i Cotton closed very steady. Open High Low Close Dec 1084 1091 1083 1089 Jan 1095 1105 1095 1105 Mar 1121 1130 1121 112Q 'May 1H4 1155 1144 1154 July .... 11G4 1173 1164 1173 Oct 1179 1196 1179 1195 | Spots steady at 10G5, up 12. I It is estimated that only Iwo'per ^ cent of the inanuscrips submitted 'for publication are ever imblisV-xt in book lortn. MICt '. \ OOfi'T WO fr 8\T- SUM96. Vb SWEVV VXVfVE V. K. WASHAM— Daily trips to Memphis. Will Pick up and deliver freight and paclcagej anywhere. SpecJw ••r» gn carload lot*. Local Phone S51 Memphis Phone 3-9. OPPORTUNITY Our baby grand, j IC-hole po:'.able indoor coif ronrse Is a bi't money maker and costs you less. Write Chas. L. Lovesy. state distributor, Russrll- ville. Aik. 5P-K7 Will imty who tcck iadirs purse from rest rcom at City Hall; Thursday morning re'.urn to Cosir.' ler News. No fineslions n^kncl ' CC-KS SPECIAL Merchants Lunch 35c TOM'S CAFE Pavinjr and Sewer Tnxc's District No. 1. Now Due G. G. CAUDILL, Collector. Upstairs In Farmers Bank Bldg. MAKETT YOURSELF. 1 TMoi_>6HT THIS RAY OF LIGHT VIDUUO S'ACffl OS VIA/ OF oor OP Hece... BUT eUBTUEB. 'IMAM MlG \»WV- A SASliGT DAH CUPP CAKIS iw tr; WARXtO R>T:£D BEEF... LOOV.S UkG ITS HEP6 A LOtJG Tlf,\E._ VKIO V1AS DAiJ CLIPpC IK WAS >*JHCi VIAS 6CLO... HE PADDLED "m 1 UAST e-j HI.Vi TILL VC HE VlSWT k£&\ LooklU' ftoo. (j GOTTA GST OUT OF STOWAWAYS! NOTICE WKk out neort putacnUp »*U Mr. G«» CanMy, w« mw k»Tt tke kn( capped tod«- Haieci tb*p im town. CARNEY-JENKINS OARAGE Hefcwick BwWiajt IT* kM« we kB*w h«r* A nice ChrlstniAs g ! .f: for a m Is a soft-collar car-e. You can make it tro:a a:iv ina rial you like. b:ii ^ bl.ick. 'or roon red. navy bh;; or brown fa' silk case, lined with sc.irkt .vU^r or beige, makes a 50-;'. color combination. Your finished cs « csn l;c either long enough to by ti-. c cc',\\'-. cut straight In It. o;- it C 3;i b- '0-12 enough to fold them t"roi:»h the WASH TUIHiS [or ' of' back and have ample them that way. Tlie uiaiorlty cases fold th2 collnr. b'.n if a :r.aii is fussy, and \voitlj be bv.hcrrd with that crease ihrought the cen- i Cr-.ne i TJW AVI AWtRWM STE^^^ER DOCKS, AND WIXSA t\NS> EKS/ LOOK ON WITH ortEseeMSTO PW TV\EM OW, ftN? W=TER (V FEW TBWS, SUV TO ONE SVO£ ft>4V WSt IN THE HOIV. 506 STORIES, BUT THEV BEfa OWL^ EMOUGH MONE-/ TO eos AU occ^slo^^^v CWE&P ' NltlVtf TA£S NRB LUCKV TO FIWO 50!-. ' "i TO SLEEP IN.

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