The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 1, 1930
Page 5
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1930 CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word for first insertion and one cent a word for each subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taken (or Jess than 50c. Count the words and send the cash. Phone 30G FOR SALE FOB SALE—Barred Rock chick ens. Mrs, E. R. Alley, 2V6 miles north oJ Barfield. 24P-K2 FOR SALE or TRADE—2 teams and farm tools. Mrs. E. R. Alley, Vk miles north ol Barfield. 24P-K2 FOR SALE-Cafe, 407 W. Ash St., best paying .proposition in Bly- thevllle for small Investment, hall Cash, Balance on Terms, musf have quick action. Owner going to Texas. • . 24P-K12-: FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light 'housekeeping, 100 Walnut Also unfurnished flat, 1013 Walnut 24C-K8 ROOMS-Rent .914 Hearn. month free 28C-K5 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment garage. 305 Dougan. P-K-C FOR'RENT — Bedroom, furnaci heat, garage. Mrs. E. M. McCall 1037 West Ash. 23P-K: FOR RENT — Six rocm modern stucco residence. Dr. J. A. Saliba Phone: 410. ' 28C-Kj FOR RENT—200 acres of land a Ekroh to party who can fur ntsh himself. Address "H", Courier. News. . 28C-TF FOR RENT—Two rooms, fiirnishe for light housskeepinz, 625 Wai nut St., Phone 521. Mrs. S, F Cavendar. 1C-T: FOR RENT—Well furnished, flv rocm-bungalow, 100 Dougan. Sc Pill Hamher tit Robinson Dm Store. 1P-K LOST AND FOUND LOST—Black leather billfold. Re ward if returned intact. N. Taylor, 910 Walnut StS. 28P-K WANTED BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS rrr W hen Aririv Gave Notre liame Big Scare ; •»•-.,, . *•' ' • •" .• i_ • .' . ; . ^ - ' . " fj - -' ^' : ; -c^: In a morass oJ mud at Soldiers' Field, Chicago,^ Knuto : Rbckne's unde ftatcd Notre Dame eleven had its closest call of the season vh-i a fighting Army eleven held the Irish to a 7-0 score. .This'picture sh ows Mulllns of Notre Dame trying lo plow throush tlio 'Hup bu being stopped by Price, No. -n, star tackle, and Messenger,• No. :>3, end, New York Cotton OTTON NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (UP)—Gotten closed! barely Lieady. Open High I/.w Close Dec (new) 1049 1050 1032 1035 Dec (old) 1050 1051 1035 1037 Jan (new) 1061 1062 1042 1047 Jan (old), 1059 1059 1045 1048 Mar 1064 1085 1065 1070 May 1110 1111 1091 1096 Jul 1127 1127 1107 1111 Get 11« 1144 j 1125 1130 Spots closed quiet at 1040, off 15. beef, ppp-ovisrs, milk, ; coffee. LUNCHEON ,— Hiked -squasU minced .tongue' sandwiches; vege table salad, jelly roll, milk, tea. DINNER--Cass«role of beef and raisins, spaghetti with mushrooms in tomato . sauce, endive and vo OUR BOARDING HOUSE liillk, coffee. salad,- diplomatic- puildlny, New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Dee, 1 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. Open High L:w Close Dec 1049 1049 1034 '1039 Jan 1058 1059 1042 1045 Mar ..... 1083 1084 1063 1072 !\fay 1107 1109 1088 1167 Jul 1126 1127 1107 1115. Oct -1140 1144 1125 1131 Spots closed steady at 1015, off 7. WANTED — Sewing—Quilting—at my house or yours. Phone 377. . - 24P-K2 WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 104 S. Lake St. 11CK-TF WANTED—To .rent or • purchase '.srnall'farm', forty to eighty acres. Responsible party. Address "C"' : Courier-News, IP-K5 ABOLISH ARMISTICE DAY KALAMAZOO, Mich. • (UP) — Abolition of ' Armistice Day nnd substitution of "Peace Day" to be celebrated on Aug. 27 the anniversary of the ratification of the Kellogg-Briand anti-war pact is urged by the Rev. W. H. Gysan, Unitarian minister. SISTER r's LETHAL CHAMBER FOB IDIOTS LONDON. (UP)—Dr! Ernest Gof- fc considers idints a drag on th2 community and said at a meeting they should be placed in a lethal chamber. PAVING TAX Time to pay P.iving Taxes is ;elt!nj short. The penally is loo high for anyone to neglect paying before the books Close— Better Fay Now— C. J. EVRARD. THE BEST HOT PIG, CHILI AND COFFEE WERT He Makes 'Em Sec V. U. WAS1IAM—Transfer Dally trips to Memphis. Will pick up anrt deliver freight and pric-fenges anywhere. Special rates on carload lots. Local Phone 851 Memphis Phone 3-931 GOOD STEAKS AND HOT FISH TOM'S CAFE I'avingr and Sower Taxes District No. 1. Now Due 0. G. CAUDILL, Collector. Upstairs in Farmers Bank Bldgi NOTICE our recent parlncrshtp wi* Mr. Gco. Cirncy, wi: now h»Te the , best equipped independent shop in town. CAHNKY.JENKINS GARAGE liuilding ',BY STSTER MARY: • •r <-NEA Service Writer • Afthough there are mariy kinds of excellent miuce ineats' on the .market, most -housewives ' like to make their-own. No holiday menu is complete without at least a narrow wedge of mince pie, and for meals during the entire holiday season mince pie makes'an acceptable dessert. - . Mines meat improves if allowed to stand one or two weeks after mixing and before making Into pie's. The flavors blend as in any spiced concoction and the result is an enticing mixture without any predominating flavor. "Proper" mince meal Is made with boiled cider, and there are SKvf ral brands , of ' commercially prepared boiled cider on the mar- set. However, sweet spiced, vinegar from sweet pickles, .or a mixture of; grape juice, orange -juice ,nd lemon juice can be substituted with good results. Sv:ect elder can be boiled -with the other ingrer dienls if it is at hand. Tiic modem mmce 'meat is quite different from tiic concoction of our grandmothers. Fifty years ago, mince meat lived up to its name and actually was thick with meat. A few raisins, apples, spices and boiled cider were added to give flavor. Today some cooks make mince meat entirely without meat, using-nuts, candied fruits, currants and raisins, preserves and fruit juices carefully seasoned with sugar 'and spices. The following rule is for a combination of the modern and old- fashioned mixture. Mince Meat Two pounds lean beef, 3-4 pound beef. suet. 4 pounds apples, 2 pounds seeded raisins, 1 pound cleaned currants, I pound shredded citron, Yi paund candied orange peel. % pound candied lemon peel, 2 pound' light brown sugar, 2 quark sweet cider, 1 cup molasses, 1 cup meat stock, 2 teaspoons salt, 1 nutmeg (grated), 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon. 1 toaspoon ground-allspice 1 cup preserved cherries or strawberries. Any part of the beef can be used that Is lean. It must. he bailed until very tender and carefully .trimmed before chopping. Coolt mer.t in boiling water until tender, adding !!'• teaspoons salt -when half done. Add water as necessary and • remove scum as It rises. When meat is tender, boil rapidly to reduce stock to one cup. .cool in slock. When,cool, remove from stock and .carefully trim away bits of fat, bone or gristle. Put meat through food chopper! Strain stock. Mince suet. Pare core and chop apples, and chop raisins. Put nil ingredients except preserves Into preserving kettle Bring to the boiling jwint and ccok over a low fire about two hours stirring lo prevent slicking. Add preserves and bring, to. bolltnj point. Pour into stcriltact Jars and seal. Dally M?mi BREAKFAST—Apple sauce vvllli dates, cereal, cream, cramed dried IsEvei: KEEPYOiiflllO^k IHCOODREPAin If .you Wait until there's no reason why youMbuldn-t make those needed repairs^ihey'll never be. done.- Soirfe • thingf (ianibe put off, others must-be 'done regardless. • ."••.••-••' ' " '.. -. '. * - . ' • " , " - - i • House repairs can be delayed but they; -permanently avoided'and. . .theJongs^you put them off the more .'they cps.t.:'- 1 '."". : ••• ''^"'••- -'"- ,•• -r'i . Let Us figure Now on Needed Repairs '.' . .-". ; -rV;"i:._ -•: •/.>•_::;.':/• ;•-. •'• '. : ;i- .'• ^ • Pay Out irf Ineoifle •*-I WAS xTHSf UP "ftOOM OCOJPIEP BV VflU AMP -fflA-J SIR -TH<M?M-fb[d OAKLEV f vw, VGR A > ) MAli Wrfa IS kfJteHhfep, n's-rblKE! 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