8tX BLYTHEVILLB (AKK.) COURIER NEWS TU1CSDAY, OCTOBER, 2<l, 1DM •Implement Firm Plans Building Sales and Service Structure Will Be Located At Osceola - ; A mortem brick • building : to be erected by (lie Missco Implement How Sluggish Folks Houses Arid Lots Figure In Recent Property Transactions WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel . :punk as the dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. CaldweU's famous medicine to quickly pell tbe trigger on lazy "innards", arid help jba feel bright and chipper again-' DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make (he medicine more paJstsbJeancUgrfeaMeloiake. So be sure your Illative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. • INSIST ON DR. CAiDWELL'S-fhe farorlje cfnyHionsforSOyeais.andfeellhntwholc- sojme relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it, CAUTION: O^e only as directed. EdDML'S SMNAMXATIVE "» SYRUP mm Sale of residences and lots In Bly. Iheville during thc past week have been of wide interest with iiumer OILS houses changing ownership. Mr. arid Mrs. E. M. Eaton purchased the house at G2G West Walnut, owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. L, • Tyrone, as aiiflnvestment The two-unit'apartment, recently rebuilt following a fire, became the home' of their son, Cody Ea- tion, Mrs. Eaton and daughters, •Mary Jo ano ithonda, and the smaller apartment already was rented. The duplex, designed as a residence of five rooms nnrt bath on the west side where the Batons moved and four rooms on the east side, along with a private bath. Tlie residence of 1510 West Ash, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Cody Ealon, WM sold by the owners, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ready to Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Sykcs who are moving there. The Hpland Hog'gciibrod residence, 1310 West Holly, occupied for the past two years by Captain John Benson aii<l family, has been sold (o Mr. an<| Mrs. Oills B. Dunii and son of Chicago, ivlio will take Immediate' possession. Mr. Dunn, to be connected with the postoffice at Steelc, Mo., plans 1 to make Dlythcville his home and their son is to attend school here. . Here for severuj days, they Have returned to Chicago for their pos- Company ru Oseeoln which will be In the $10,000 class., The building, to be used for n sales and service room, is to be one story. 100 by 180 feet. To *be of brick, the building will have concrete floors and tile partitions, along with other modern features.. Plans are expected to be completed by the architect, U. s. Branson, by the last of the month with bids to be taken about Nov. 15. Tills firm, which handles farm ImpU (ic'nts and machinery, alsoi has a business in Blythevlllc. sessions. They paid $4<HO for the lira-bed- loom house constructed three'years t»6o with Mrs. E. M. Terry of Terry Abstract and fiealty com tuny making the sale. Mr. and Mrs. noggcnurod now Ve in Dallas. Texas. . Mrs. Nola Xenos has purchased I"C house at 326 Chlckasawba from Mrs. Maude Travis of Osccoln. Thc three-bedroom residence was occupied by Kuby McFiU] and fam- ">'. who moved to Clark street. The new owners are remodeling Die house which (hey plan lo occupy. This sale was made by Mrs. E. .. Terry of Terry Abstract and Realty Company. Tile 50-foot lot at 1144 West Chlckasawba lias been sold lo Mr. and Mrs. A. O.Shlulcy who plan lo build ti home 'there immediately following the ivitr. This lot changed hands several times recently with 'Mrs. James D. Olark purchasing the property from Mayor E, K. Jackson. She sold thc lot to Eddie 15, David who imme- dialely resold It to Mr. and Mrs Slilbley, This property Is one of the most choice residential lot. 1 ! not now occupied. The corner lot faces the south. Surplus War Goods .Be alert for (lie auctioneer's cry f you're Interested in any of the ools, larpaullns, rubber boots and iilscelltincoiis surpluses from mlll- ary supplies, suggests Better Homes £ Gardens iniijjaxinc. Cross-country public auctions will be one means of government distribution. Dealers will carry other surpluses, among them new cotton felt-filled mattresses which fit anny-Elzcd cols and double bunk beds or make good pnd.s /or piny pens, backyard sunbathing and gym. ' Read Courier mm w*ut Ma HONEST, DO I LOOK AS IF I'D CLEANED HOUSE TODAY? ". . . My BATH has refreshed me all over. Now I'm ready for the evening." ( "No denying that house cleaning is firing. But I've learned it need not leave me weary long. , ; -L : " LS ? on : as ' fin ! s k m Y worl( ' take a good soaking .bath.; In/a remarkably short time I begin to feel < better. My!? Warm wato'r certainly soothes aching 1 ' nerves and muscles! "And after a fast cold finish, I feel refreshed all over—really ready to enjoy my evening!" Feel how fast a bath refreshes you! Enjoy a refreshing bath yourself at least once today, / UP,ALL OVER I : ' f BETTER COMPANY j Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity!" Housing Needs Are Estimated Nation Will Need 12 Million Units NHA Official Says WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 (UP) The National Housing agency cs- UiuiUe.s thai over J2 million homos ami apartments will be needed In Die first 10 years aller n, c WBr to meet the nation's dousing needs Hint's exclusive of farm dwellings. . _ Housing Administrator John n. « (mlfor.i j,-., emphasises that the NHA estimate is not nn announce- '"-'t of a proposed program bill .he calls "an earnest effort to Judge the size of the nation's hous Ing needs." Blandford estlmntes that one third of. the required housing shoulc ue of « type to rent for less llmi $JO a month, Another third slioul •' C1 sale r01 "- $30 lo f° a lnonl1 ' wi » nlm ' rllc remaining" third, ."ay Dlandford, should rcnt for $50 am <i|> and sell for $5000 or more. Teen-Age Girl Should Have Room of Own A tcon-ag,, girl appreelates : : loom of her own and should lmv< one if at nil possible. H provide' a nice, quiet place to da homeworl without distraction f rom thc llc . tivltics of other members of tin fnmly. Then, too. there Is more In! centive to keep things orderly ii ji room whidi belongs exclusively u A qujiJIly 'bo.vspriii ? .oii-legs fo rc.stful sleeping comfort is just th< tiling for mademoiselle's boudoir i she is to use it to some extent as :i study or living room. Decked on with n smart slip cover nnd piled high with attractive pillows during the day, U eliminates that Iied- rooinlsh look and makes the room ook larger since Die exclusion of headboard, footboard and frame saves floor space. '' Draperies to match ihc slip cover and a chnlr covered in material lo match or blend with them will add to the color and charm of tli room at little expense. . T11 «.nearest slur in the 'heavens is still BD distant that if it suddenly burned out astronomers wouldn't know about jt until 1919 New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M, Matinees > • Saturday & Sunday • Best Washed Air Cooling System Tuesday "SO'S YOUR UNCLE" A Universal Picture Serial & Short Wednesday & Thursday 'ONCE UPON A TIME" with Ciry (iranl & Jancl lll.iir Vox News & Short Reddy Kilowatt salutes the Farmers of our country who, in spite of labor short- age and high costs, are feeding and sup- plying our Armed Forces, Allies, and our Nation with essential agricultural prod- uct.s. Reddy and his fellow employees of Ark-Mo Power are proud to be associated with and.serve those who so ably serve our Nation. Reddy will be ready to do more and more work and serve more farms after VICTORY. milOPOWERCO.: Stovall Builds Apartments At 600 Ash Street W. H, Slovall is c recllng n duplex apaitment at GOO West Ash after dismantling an old house there Kadi of the two nnils will have live moms and (jath with two bedrooms Included in the plans. To be of frame, tlie apartments will be painted and kitchens will be of modern design. Mr. Stovall, who acquired this property some time ago ,hd.s ear- ayes on (he rear which are used for renters of his apartment house at (J03 West Main Redecorating Improvements Are Made Here Improvement of property eontJJi lies In ulythcville with work ranging from complete renovation lo redecorating, all of which greatly enhances appearance of the buildings belli on (lie inside and exterior. Wails Hospital ;, ns completed a redecorating program with the entire building repainted. Trim of the brick walls on (he ouisidc was repainted, all of the rooms were redecorated with pastel shades used lo brighten the in- lenor and minor repairs made Mrs, Emma Nolen has redecorated HIE five bedrooms and i m |h on MIC second floor of her house, 310 West Walnut. Manila, Gosnell Farms Are Sold During Week Two 40-acrc farms were sold in this section during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Patton of Manila purchased this amount of acreage from.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McCiaw, also of Manila, for $7000. The land is near Manila where tlie I'attons long have lived Capi.. anct Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp have sold a farm near Gosnel! to J. U. Weeks of Birmingham, Ala., who paid $5000 cash. Purchased as an Investment, the land adjoins another farm owned by Mr. Weeks. Tills sale was made by Mrs, E. •M, Terry of Terry Abstract ami fiealty Company. 50Q olhn MONARCH Foafo— all lull asCoo.il For Brighter Rooms Top those airy net [lebaeks with r'PI'le of color—just n sprightly AV FIRST SIGN OF A USE Cold Ptfpaiations as directed No BATH TUBS AVAILABLE NOW BUT WHEN BATH TUBS ARE AVAILABLE WE WILL HAVE THEM PETE IS THE 'LUNBEI Wartime motorists from coast to coast say... ^Afa cur like a Studebaker/^ chintz or calico ruffle without benefit of draperies, suggests Better Hcmcs & Gardens magazine. Fasten with draper's hooks right over the curtain rod and they whisk off for easy laundering. 2--.'iroM lit cadi nostril open clogged nosb, you }<rral»io freer. Caution: UBO only us 'HroctoiJ. P.ENETBO NOSE DROPS Read Courier News Want Ad.. Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Properly Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL'AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG, PH ONE 3131 "No) for sole," soys county official "Twice I've liad attractive money offers for my Champion," says J. Stanley Howard of Liberty. Kentucky. "1 \von't Mil because Stmlebaker economy and stamina in wartime mean too much." TETTERS from owners have L< been streaming in to Studebaker headquarters from all sections of America—outspoken, fact-packed, impressive letters praising the remarkable reliability and low-cost performance of Slude- bakcr Champion, Commander and President cars. We publish a. few of those comments here. They lell you better than we could why Siudebaker owners these war days appreciate Sludcbakcr engineering and craftsmanship and prudently hold on to their cars. f) A i/Zaa f e Figure it out yourself. Whether you us« the BEST grade Old American Roofing or ; an ordinary grade, it takes the same, amount of; time, labor and materials. The BEST roof may last twice as long 03 the other one, costing much less in the long'run. Come in and let us show you our stock of roofing and Supplies. We take pride in giving every customer full value for every roofing dollar. erCo 204 N. Second p hone 497 Blythcvillc's Only Home Owned Lumber Yard STUDEBAKER WEASEL ,,.. _ . ...MI. NitlnomcdlhoWeoicl bo<ouie olili ncnlih No engine repoir bills," end iwiriiMu.». iwc-h>.i«i says this owner "My studc days," writes c teacher Audrey L. Fncfcliam of Florida, "I've had no cnRHie repair bills." powered by a Sfi/cfebaVfr Champion e-nalne Iho Otiinanco Department, Aimy Service Force i, A walM-boma Wcaicl, Ihc M-19C, U ' olio now In icivitc. Studebaker.. .Pioneer and Pacemaker in Automotive Progress COST& so LITTLE SAVES SO MUCH HEAT YOUR HOUSE FOR LESS! THIS WINTER AND EVERY WINTER BALSAM-WOOL Sealed ATTIC INSULATION CUARflNTEED TO SAVE FUEL INCREASE YEAR 'HOUND COMFORT! E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Friendly Building Service .IMlS REDECORATED IN 3 HOURS. Paint Over Wallpaper, Plaster, Brick, Etc.' Ttchltlt <orn»» hi form. Can b> |vtl • Ifi on» big surpds* »fl»r *n 0 th«» -^irlwn you redecorate a ream with' Pittsburgh IVchW*. Oo» catt k (ufft. •toot vnr rid wal »rfeo»». And tb*t •ppliod ta l«a. th»a tw» fa on« boor. Yo, W »r)A 1Wlii<W A* m to 0(7 rf thh Koutaf <l«T«ilopn>eD« h wdl ftt^, ' '' HARDWARE CO.
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