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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2 1930 m BLYTHEV11L& (AUK.) COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS Trio cents a word for first Insertion and one .cent a word lor each subsequent insertion. No advertisement taken lor . less than Me. Count the words and scud the cash. Phone 306 FOR SALE FOB SALE—Two Walker hounds, Ko and five yea is old. One trained en deer, other partly (rain, cd. Both for $15, W. M. Taylor, Keisei, Ark. , 2P-KU FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 100 Walnut. Also unfurnished flat, 1013 Walnut. 24.C-K8 ROOMS—Retit ,one month free 914 Hearn.;'iVy - 28C-K5 FOB RENT—Furnished apartment garage. 305 Dougan. P-K-8 AUSTIN , THE GWCK PIGEON' rilE AVENGING PAPPOT' "MURDER BACKSTOPS' OUR BOARDING HOUSE IIKCIJN 1IKRK TO DAT Whrn SI'HCIAI, ' 1.1 VESTIti ATO* I. .»BMr4 IB Ik. JIIAMTA SKI.m, B»r- urtlvrm IBr cunt! ' l liEnrrii -thrjr •ctBptr*' [iln>lu« of IBr "-«rBH llmr Kit*'*** »lll»«. l«ke th« tBrlBg tk* t*B4,» IB* Omlf enterly. Tn»T«rt m luilc at beat, btt tt | that—" FOR RENT — Bedroom, furnace heat, garage. Mrs. E. M. McCall, 1U37 West Ash. 28P-K3 FOB RENT — Six room modern stucco residence. Dr. J. A. Saliba. -Phone 410. 28C-K5 FOB RENT—KM) acres of land at Ekron to party who can lur- nlfh himself. Address "H", % Courier News. 28C-TF FOR RENT—Two rooms, furnished for light housskceping, 625 Walnut St., Phone 521. Mrs. 8. P. Cavendar.' 10-TF FOB RENT—Well furnished, five room bungalow, 108 Dougan. See Hill Hamner at Robinson Dru? Store. 1P-K4 FOB RENT—Nice bodroom, steam heated, garage. 1100 West Main, Phone 114. - 2C-K5 AM MOVING to Osceola. Have for rent my 4-room bungalow with bath and garage. Just 2 blocks from Court House. Apply 216 W. Davis St. 2P-K4 WANTED WANTED — Family Washings. -Washed and Ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 704 S. Lake St. 11CK-TF WANTED—To rent or purchase Email farm, forty to eighty acres. responsible party. Address "C" % Courier News. 1P-K5 AT OKCE—SOOTH AMERICA OR UNITED STATES. .Permanent positions; labor, clerical, mechanical, salesmanship; experience un- ly; uansportatloh furnished. 1175, CHICAGO," ILL: WANTED—Two men or ladies to work in established territory. Write Mr. Rogers, No. .2 Sturdevant •Bank BWg., Cope Glrardeau, - Mo. 2p-k3 ENGLISH LIKE BEANS WASHINGTON,: (UP)—The En?beans More than 699,000 pounds lish apparently like their baked of beans and pork, and beans valued at S27.523 were shipped to the Unitcc.'' Kingdom in September, according to the Commerce Department. i;u»l I. ml-.ic.c.-UALI'H HAH- •III.M), in tuvr niik KIIB. PENHT CHAIN. KAIlbN UAB9HALI, aa« rAUOl.KK IIKAKB flmj vKt IB* kind. LOIS mlXLA*' BB« TUACKV III1.K5 tie IB tku dlB. IBU ruomi rijl.l.f BEALB »« Bcr •jJinr. CI.IVB HAMMOND, ar* IB tar .ularlBOl JUUUK MAK9HALL i'uur« IB mmom after Ike Bea,taBlBB; • I tkr aaadl JOttlt DBAKE e*am IB tai"l, Nrf»re Ikr eaaV ftBTlBf lukra n luBg llwr I* walk froai Ike ruaalry rial*, ..DKVTKK UPHAGUE ratrri at Itr rnj u> Ik* aaad "Ilk tUlHOVU, HBO kii.fcrca (rant porch, and tmty go iBto 1k« dinlnjB room. XV'BfB UBBdre le- vuiMi*:(Hlr* Knr«B, nko 4l»eoTti* _ Ihr tniljr, ••! ut Ik* llrlBK ratM in c"-l«> '«B* hrdrows, Be faia fj.om llll.KS, ivka knterlcallr Livnlurj. -nUrr IcIvpBuaJn^ *tr litiiiir. lit* tK-JU'vrg ske U I?!BB, Mad iiraira II utira Be Bndi kcr Uriei,- mil} mm Ike floor ul Ml.'. cttui-i, r*lt*ra cunfra.fi tkal >h* *.Vf in 10^ Ike e1o*ci, allcr Irtr »h»- \ I Inc. lu rrrovrr a Bute «rBl lo KIIB rrimi HIT »D.I.«oD. ll 1. nn rurvBiHr aBrfllMBal* BUI* (ruui Utx'ler HpraBue* Wall* t'lMrn !• Iu Ikr Huaei, Nlta eumea lu. »in&tnc. Flora hl-ars HI l>ui:i:i. imil. Ihluklaa: iknr MlB it. ri.::::uu iu Ibr cloici, /Htal*, tnn.t:^ In fauxvitmxar&B I::;: Kitn-u ncrraui. .\U\\ IiU UM Will! THE STOHl CHAll'EK Xll pl.OitA 41ILHS seemed to tw ilazed iiy Dundee's velieraen "Wlij, ycs-Nlla's own tune riiat'» v;bal sliu callsd it—her own tune—" •' - "Uut Mrs. Miles," Dundee pro- l^^leil. aslijiu^d ttiat tlie hair on his scalp prlrbleil ffiiti hororr, "i you uitun lo leli me tLat NHa was uot dead then— wLen Karen Mar shall screamed?*' "Dead?" Flora repelled, more be n-ildiM-cd. "Of course she wu«, o ai least, they all said so— Oh. know what you mean! And you don't nieau wliat I mean at all—" "Stejily. tioiwy.girl!". Tracey Miles ill-sou, puiting hU afm about his.,v,ife. "I'd better tell you.'Dun 'It wu pliyiug 'JualtV Flort auwerel wearily. "Oirer ud oier —'Nlta, JTiuM-B-lta, b* ny own (air rid*,'- eh« wartrM :obllalMlr, Only cot the words, of conn*, Ju«t n tune. Tbit's nty Nita bought be box. I tuppHC,' becauB* It b«r nimesaks soat—" Mayba on* of b«r bwui gara It o her," Tratey «ng5*ite4 llglitly, Ette4 toh»r« UM liMU^bt muln, WeU. »f «mn», Vitee* Vita ouMn't put th»U4 kitk-M/U'WU till 1 pltyln*. . , . J¥k»t wM : th« ch ««r (or tlai llki nd NIU Stllm that ibe co«U f4( hirielt Into ii»cb a-f»U* pofltk*).'' Tneey Miles «dij»«td. b^t *fkt >f bli eunburnea. bwai r»*tr«,ia*4 bti wlfi'« •• pmtoiM* dtf*oee : «< bt» "If. tb* tnkji tut nan t» ' " t*b!t*«*ft did t, tat bla «gr*f itting hl» wife's tr«mbllnr er. "Anyway, Dnndee, the thlpj ran on and on, ijntil It ran down, suppoe*. I. conf«« i winted to put tbe lid back on,'to stop th« damn thine.''but Hugo Hid »« miuta't touch ahytilog—' "And Quite right!" Dundee cut n. : "Now. Mr». Mil6§, about that noise you heard. . . . Did you bear •oyone eater the room! ... .No? Well, Iheo, did you hear Nlta speak .to. anybuet Yoii -aid you .Sought U mlght.be Lydla, comlne to get nmttblnc ou( ol th« cloieL' • ••'T'* ' • :• ' «| DtDrWhear Nlta'gjMik a •*• word .tip'ibybody, thongti ibe mtgrit ha?o. and .1 wouldn't have lieard, all muffled np in that Ttlrel •venlnj wrap kad 10 (tr back In the'clojet—' 'Did you _. porch—It's i&it 'fifcat' tfai cjittet—" The door wai or-»tt when we cam* in. Dundee," Tjacby Inter- poied. "It mu»t'htT« t«ea o^n all the time." ..': ..... •I didn't. hear It tfpen." Mrs. Mllet confinntd him wearily. "1 Ull you ! didn't heir a.'tytMng, ?i- cept Nita'p comjnj inVijt.'.ng. thta the powder-boi.'playlnfc tta tune, and that bant or bump I v>lil you »l»ut" .. ;. ',;- '•'($'• •"; 'And Ju*t,wif»M wot thlti" fnn- dee persisted/-.•';; , ."_'•• ' "J don't..UnswF;.'kbt. >hrlllcd, hyster.U rljing ta.^er.^rplce «gi!n. ''I told JOB it ^ooniled fairly pear the c!oset<aa: ((^-iii'U .lomeboily bumped Into 1 : »0fo»thinj. Tbtt'a what n hat It »*»; llk«! Afcd I-wa* so frightened 'of 'belfig-lduinj In the closet that I tainted, and tlidn'i come to till-Karen tcreamed—" She w«s babbling, on. but IJunde* was thinking hard. A rery contcni ent f»!nt—that! ftr the murderer, at least! But—why not for Hit. Mile* herself?.-Odd that she should taintt Why jladn't she trumped up some cicuse" ImmedUtely and left »»i^ ^i^^-Tl-^'i.yid.^M*^--._._• . .. ito Iked (Mint her « IHU* bit ]e«lflfe of b*r ol* maa. Bart o( make* a maa tot— **!!, blc. r«t k«ow. Ao4 pretty laiertut ta aemobedy!' • "8* yen were |urt haviji| a toil o( tuo with your wlte, to far at Mra, 8*llm wai concerne<T" Dond** kf t coldly, Tbe blood flowed ttjroart ta4 blood balr. 'Tr«-»n, let ixtetly." bt admitted frankly. "Ton M§, I tit take » iblin to NIU. a»4 t I do aay.'M aytelt ike Ilkei »e a lot. . . .06, aotbln* mlowl Juit a little OlrUttoa, like wet at our crowd bV?e wltb eeeb "Mri. MIK*,-. with iniidto bafehiww. *u* yo« oil Flora e»ery little ttilns. :»H doeal There'M. b«'u > ilrla— otbir wom*a-r" "iVacey lih't w«r»» UMII lber men!" Flora tHutd uu 3ch a darllti tbat all tbe tli him, and apcll bln-f": ' J>nn4»e wuld itanij nn mine m 'lift' coaiplactat acc«l)tutiio or lib BWU rakliUeete,- ABI) ctrlumly 5 :lfl Ilk* Nit* Bella :wbulil liar ««n abl* ta.betr pr*eloii« llnle ol . Conceited aw; '(tul Klura wai another matter— ami to S D«*ter Spraiue! . "Vou can Join we In the lltlti R room. If you like," Uuoilcc rait! , t, he wheeled and towirj tbe door. Wa» that tun you 4U pot k»ow Ikat Ibat letter waa (roq Oestcr Spr*4at b» fore you looked for Itr •/ A •' "Sir, K yog are lartuijatloi ibat my K-ilt carrlid on • fllrtatlim or — an-aa fffiir wit* tUt Inwct— " TnetJr-beiu'-U'. blotter '*•''" ' " ; t>UT Dundee'i «jee w»r* 01 " Miles, and he" aa> -ibal ber.jsai low akin kaii tlg*l»ied like (ray Wi silk orer bcr tblB.(b'efk boBta, 4nc tbat ber-'<yea looked nddeBljr 4ea< "Yon faJMtca, yofl »iy, Itri Miles." pundit wtpt on ^«K)r)i» : !y 'Was It b«»\jw. by: any'ehtaue Lit this ribt*"—an* h*;t'aptied Ihe sheet which h»d caused io »ucl rouble—"r«te»led ihi .fapt thai Kits Selim «al D«xtfr Sprifui irer« gwecthtait* or—lotarsr It wai a battle Vlwccb ti.ojs. two j now. Both Jtnbrtil Tr.>«i''i ltd-1 faced rage. nins Into thc'ronm. there was Nlta't powder uuj playing its. tune ovti u!ttl over—" "Oli!" Dundee wiped; 7 his (ore- head. "Yaii mean • it's a musical bc.tr , "Yes. and plays when the lid la of:- -r-^r^iv anov.'prrjl ohvmuB. l v de- the : eio«!t as room? Was It Possibly, because she could think, of ttcthinj but the greaf relief- of fimJIns It Sprague. not her busband, who had been writing 'lore'-, letters to Nlta 6e!Im? ... A Jealous woman— "Miles," he began abruptly, "J think you'd better tell me tow your wife became BO jealous of yo« J«ss!o«at* klsz uetwctn Lelng ataged for ills rr wir* benefit? "Prttty . near tiirouih; inyr Slriwn, who had been ullonl I lie»'i!Oer«U tor .a long" Hint-. iis!.wt niiloijsly, M th« two L95»o Into the hall. "Not quite. I've got to Know siv «ral tulnM>et," Duudce aiuvvvvcu absently. • • • DUT !ri the llvlne ro oin lib *- was wholly upon hand, "I'll keep you all no loi'iser Is absolutely necessary." he no:;:ni. sml-agaln the clorr '•nil Krnii|< -In wlilc'« drily'Dcslc'r'Sprnsuii wu.« nn alien—grew font with Bji-H'»je. " "From the playing out of tho hand' at bridge," lio went r.n. >i.-IUk the nbjtetlpnaile phran aynlii very deliberately,' "I fouiul that nn twu if you men arrived together. . . . Mr. Hammond, you were the firsl lo »rrlrc. I bellere?" "It secnu that I jra«!" Cllre Hammonil, answered curlly. "And yet you did not enter (he living form to greet your hostess?" "1 ranted a private woril «lll' .,..^. , I'olly— Miss Boalo— in? ' iiivi«.' flora licked her dry liva. ,"No- lUnimnna explnlncii tiriefy. no." tho whlipered. "Hot. tt wai "HowTutf tilieii did you uri-hc?" ntel wa»]e«loui'<H*rraceyiudl ":. ,i on -t .;, now t |,j <, xa( ., t]o ' c Nita -" '•...•- Ke-er thousht pf loaXlng «t "\es. ani I'fl pircn her «rase to watch." Hammonil oftcrci?. "1 M in, too!" iTjcey tflKti him- out In my own roidster. As how'l tntcrad f!io house, I IP^I upon the poreh and opened a door of (he lularlum. 1 wilkti acrpss tbe aolarliin. law Tolly ]uet llnlsli ing with irWw for the afternoon, atirt beckuacd tn her.' She lolntc. «i« Iu (tie lobrlum. «nd wo otajciS •;.ere-until Karen ecreamed. . . . That's »U" "Ilavls you nteu engaged Mr. Hanmond — you and S6IM6 "To AUB£RTA Ttv'iAJCE OF WALES COVERS US BOTH WITH 'A ' PI6MI-TV BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Martiu self into the <onirdraiij<mi "One nljlht, at the Country-Glut).^Flora .saw me and Mta. itroll. off th* porch and down .«ato th« groiindj, anil she had a right to be sore at me when I got back, bitaust I'd cat a dance vrith her—m'y own n'ile! . . . And Itjwai only this very morning that f made a point of drivint-r-out of ray w'»y,.too-^ by this house to Set Nlta. 'Not that ! meant any barm, bat I WM being a little (illy about hir—and:Mi* nn3 about ma. too! Not tbat I'd leave my wife and babies,for an; Proadwsy beauty under the »un—" "Oh, Trscey! And you wertn't going to tell at—" Was there red 1 jealousy now. er Just pr*t«n« on Ilora's part? . - -. -.-. '. r ',-•• •' '• "You undent and, don't you, Dun- deer' Tracey iJetnandci auin to man. "I was just: hariug a little fun on-th* side—nathint Krlous, Kind you! But o{ cotiri*.I.didn't long. Miss B*ale?" Dundee asked, as if guile caiually. • .."pearly a year—If It's any of your business, Dundee!" ,. "And ja«t wbco-had .you «ccn Miss Dealo lost, before laic Mils afternoon?" Dundee asked. "I refuse to answer!" Hammond flared. 'Thai at least- is none of your damned business!" - "I believe 1 can answer my ov. u Question. )Ir. Uitnimonu," iJuudne aald'rery softly. (To Be CsaUincd). PLATRS TO MARK CENTEMAL MIDDLETON, Cioiu., (UP) — A! special set of 12 commemorative platss fill be issued by Wedgemood in connection with WeUeyan's centennial celebration Oct. 10-12, 1931, ncccrdln? to an announcement'by the crilege. The plates will wproA ducc en cream earthenware in tlie traditional Staffordshire manner both old and. new campus scenes. PAVING TAX Time to pay Paving Taxes is jetting short. The penalty is :oo high for anyone to neglect Jjjing before the books Close- Better Pay Now— C. J. EVRARD. THE BEST HOT PIG, CHILI AND COFFEE RUSTIC INN „ New York Cotton NEW YORK, Dec. 2. (UP)-Cotton closed steady. Open High Lo w close Dec. old 1028 1041 1026 Dec. new 1029 1052 1027 1052 Jan. new 1039 1065 1037 1032 Jan. old .1040 1062 1038 1082 March 1065 1088 1062 10S6 May .... 1089 1116 1085 1111 July .... 1104 1131 1103 1125 Oct 1125 1146 1122 1143 Spots closed quiet at 1060, up 20. New Orleans Cotton , NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 2. (UP) — Cotton closed steady. Open High Low Close : 1930 1056 1030 1055 Jan 1036 1Q65 1036 10S3 March 1040 1090 ' 1060 1087 May .... 1085 1114 1081 1112 July .... 1104 1130 11M H29 Oct 1124 1145 1123 1144 Spots closed quiet at 1030, up 15 meat extender. Forty-five minutes to an hour will be needed to bake a loat. Potatoes Not Ne*ded Chopped meat can be combined with a cereal to m'abe. nourishing iishes.. Rfce or macaroni can be ised in a number of ways with hopped meat and vegetables or vith chopped meat-alone. Pota- oes need not be, included in the menu wheji a combination of this sort is served. . ; . Tamale pie) Is.an adapjibn of tlie popular'"hot tamaJe" ol'thc southwest. Beef, veal or pd(5c' can be ally found In the real ternale. " used iu place of th« chicken usu- move me«t from stock and WfeRT Ho Makes 'Em See GOOD STEAKS AND HOT FISH TOM'S CAFE Irving and Sewev Taxes District No. 1. Now Due G. G. CAUDILL, Collector, upstairs in Farmers Bank Bldg. NOTICE ' With our recent partnership with Mr. Gto. Carney, we now have ihc best equipped 'inde- PCTilciit shop In town. C.\nNEY.JKNKlN5 OARAGE Pickwick Bulldiiu 1 MARYS KITCHEN « .BY SISTER MAR1" NBA Service Writer Very cftcn cheap cuts of meal require so" much fuel to cook them that no real saving is elTect- ed; the money saved on the meat must bo spent' for gas. Chopped meat cleverly handled may be cooked quite as quickly as the more expensive steaks- and chops. Betf, veal, lamb and pork cn» be chopped and used In many appetizing \vays. .'..-• - r Chopped veal is made Into small flat cakes, each cake bourn! by strip of 'bacon to make veal pat- tics. Tliese can bo braised over The fire or baked in a hot oven Either method takes from 30 tc 43 minutes to cook the meat. Lamb or beef can be mode" into these same iiatlies and cooked the same way, or broiled. Broiling requires even less tlriie tlian' tlia other methods. Chopped meat can be combhim with cracker or .bread crumbs to make excellent meat leaver. Care, fui seasoning makes llicse loaves savory, and the crumbs act as One Tamafe Pit pound 'lean meat. 2 1-2 cups meat stock, 1 1-2 cups tomato '-puree,' 1 onion, 3-4 teaspoon chili powder, 1 cup-canned plmen- toes, 1 cup commeal, 2 teaspoons salt. . , Put one tablespoon .Jat trimmed from ine«t in a frying pan and fry out-fat. Cut meat in two-inch squares and brown half of It in the fat. Put browned meat and uncooked meat In a kettle and add two and one-half' cups boiling wattr. Simmer half in hour.. Re- throuigh food chopper. Add enough boiling water lo stock lo make two and one-half cups. Put incut, 'stock, tomato puree, chopped onion nnd seasoning in a largo kettle and bring to the boiling point. Stir In cornmcal which lias been stirred to a smooth paste with cold constantly pi men iocs water, for 20 cut In Cook, stirring nilnulcf. Add shreds! Turn into a well-buttered baking dlsli, cover with buttered paper and bake 30 minutes in n moderate oven. Serve from baking dish. FRECKLES AND, HIS FRIENDS Read Courier News Want Ad». \ji6U....THeac ARE THE T*JIH TREES WT TWE TOCO os To Tr)S SECRET TOW KIEL... T\1S AWO PIWO OF A CAWOE >Wh'AT DID YOU FltJOi 8ROV1M? 1VBV UWCLE CL6W TUG YoO.-NOTHI>J6 LOOKS OOC "THREAD OF HOPE GOME,.. I BET OSCAB'S UNCLS Cl-SWi AW THose BAck AT THE (ZAJJCH AH£ SlCkC MARD FIND A ' TRACE 6f= NE-JBZ. M1UQ. IT WMT 86 LOUS DAY FOR COSTA '?%»* v^w«*™* v t«***: , ^'Nfc V«?W«*CREri |;£H>~-' 5S*,Y ^W-SSB; WtSWT T*Xfc LONG FOft OVD , KO S.OOMH* ooes EISSN SOMMQN60, MJO COMES <3H TrtERUM. ( QUtEKl 6£T t Of FWWCEt \£WXTV\£ CfvOlNeTl C(\LL '&> A. TELEPKOME CML ToTrtE REPUBtlClS PReStfh" 9 , ^.^ UTTI.E DICTATOR INTO ftM V ' i --' ,f V -.' i

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