The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 13, 1930
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, (AUK.) COUKIKK NKWS CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word for first insertion and' one cent a word lor each subsequent insertion. No advertisement liken for less than 50c. Count the words and send tlic cash. Phone 306 FOR SALE-Lale 1030 Ford Tudor Sedan, fully equipped, driven only 3000 miles. Looks and vims like new. Just the car you've waited for. First olfer of $495 gets it. Corn L;o Baldrldge. Phone 902-J or 811. Trade in your old car. FOR SALE FOR 'SALE—Dodge Sedan, excellent condition, 5 practically new tires, 1830 license, way below value, $175. Phone 52, Mrs. Rosa Mills. IICK-TF FOR SALE—1930 Ford Roadster, hilly equipped. A-l condition. only $345. Call Abe Kinitingham today. Phone 777. Terms, too. Potency, Not Quaality, Cause OUR BOARDING HOUSE of "Jake" Paralysis Is Belief] FOR RENT 2.00 day. Full McNESS Co.. Uiv. III. FOR SALE—Late 1028 Dodge Victory 0 sedan. Sport model. Six wheels, six tires, neat and atlr.ict- j FOR SALE—la* We looking, excellent running con- tlme. A-558, Frccpori, dllion. A real bargain at $205. Phone 810. Paul Stlhvell. Easy lerms. FOR RENT — 2-room furnished j apartment, steam heated. 201 Lake St., Phone 443, 13P-K17 FOR SALE— House Davis. car. 208 West 8P-KH FOR SALE—1931 Fora 1'i ton truck with closed cab and dual wheels and Kingham dual wheel log !tnd lumber trailer. Just like now. Cost over 51100. Will sacrifice ior only $075. See me today. Herman Adalr. Phone 811. WANTED — 1'amliy Washings. Washed antl ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Drown, "01 S. Lake St. 17CK-TF CHANCE OP LIFETIME-Reliable, ambitious man to establish local nerlciite unnece'^v'^S <800- ''• " Y l>l{ ' MOItIt! S HSIIBKIN ,'opcd what Is culled wrist drop 1 d " Fui'l or part Time j ^,"= r ' Joar " ;l ' , of lhc Anwilcaii' nnd (o -,t dron willi parnlyns of .ho aa.,. inn or pan time. Htlth .^ AsSl)cfil n clli .„„, 0[ , ly . . m , 1!clcs of lllc „,.,„ uml lcg md| . Ereia, the Health Slajailnc I citing that In some mnnn.'r thn ImesliRatlons undertaken by the, poilio'i ot the ii.-.-rvoiii syslem in- United Slates Public Heallh Ssr-j volvlug !h c control of muscular nc- vice finally revealed the came of linn had been dumngcd by (lie pal- thc paralysis resulting from tliolri.n. taking of bootleg glnecr extract, as whereas. oriHiiarily crcsols. .such tl'.3 substance called triorthccresyl r,s cnrlwllc acid, net promptly when, phosphate. tntp,, into t | J( . sy5 t cn , ; the action! While It was hought at first that 1 :; the cresyl phosphate K-sponsllJlc' the symptoms were due o phenol; t. the ca.j cf the glngcc extract cr carbolic aclii, the tcstt that have| (s isonins isslow. It also seems lo been made have finally narrowed. - m - e a £ p ?: |al affinity for the purts 11-.; responsibility down to the spc- ; cf the nervous system thut have cial f-rm of phenol that lifts been | '.vn meiilioned. Nobody seems to know exactly I "i:y tho innmifiiclurcr of tho r.ooi PAGE P1VB By Ahern Ford Tudor s"- i T., fll ., ,.,". mi .,.><..,,i-V ' condition, 5 ecod tire; Herns:. Priced to sell. $215. Call 810 : . B. Talliafcrro. j IMOKSONAI; ilAP A du^frl lAS-l' ' WITH A CKEAP MUG, WviErvi I ASKED IF HE'D l.rt> A MARKET BAG wi-rH FGQP : .v~ HE SAID HE jxp/uY CF He LOOKED >v A HEEI- -THAT EV/EM A sause-f 15" A TAKE [ I(IM -TrfeRe ARE! FOR SALE—Late 1920 Chevrolet- NQTICK to whom It may concern. Six Coach. Has 4 brand new tires, I have pcsud my farm N'W'.i original paint. Looke like n;-.v. M=- of Section C, Towniiilp 15.' Range tor in A-l condition. Guarantec-d to , 13 Kssi. Mkclsr-apl County, Ark. satisfy. Only S335. Call me r.i p::on: i Trespassers wiil 'be prosecuted. J. 810. Garland Morgan. i H.Anthony, 13P-K17 on West Main street. Furnace Has nrable Mat bi»n'iicr« li-avy i''"'« Jactcr in llle ^ciiM'enc.i of the, neat, carafe. 1'osscssinu January <i u i v tires Cua'n-itcc I to imi i-ool • svmploms. One drink seemed to ' ' .. r '1 .,',.^.i.. rn n, In the studies made it was fo'.md . . . _ _. thnl ihe quantity of the ginger | kg ginger put In (lie Uiorllicm-ysl FOR RENT—Modern 0-rco!n horn"' TOR SALE—1923 Ford s->ort Coin;. 1 fluid consumed was not, Ihe tnvpcr-1 pl'.osphatc, whether It wns done nc- -,„^ t.. „„„ _, .. . ' l " ., . r...,*.... 1.1 ii,« ^(.nii.T.Tiir.T nf th(* clricntaltv or on purpose. Probably U was added hi order lo uld m pro-1 Curing iutoxlcnton. and probably' without nny knowledge by the chemist who nindc up tho formula that the drug would have Hie effects thnl have occurred. G. Harri Point. Miss., or tee Nick •is, Wc-stionly $1S5. Phone Alton Hardy n-.'] p'rciilucc ll)C : line effects Thomas.! 610i $75 (iown balance wc-klv o~ following prolonged use. — • ' symptoms did as these 9C-K10 : monthly. no 1 . • npr ::vr until 10 days after the tak- SALE—Ford Tudor sed™. | j A M RUNNING mv sawmill, put- ins of ginger extract. The person 1928 motlcl, heavy duty tir»;.| ' FOR FOB SALE — Modern nine-room home on West Main street. Furnace heat, garage. All modern conveniences. This place was prac- ticallyVebuili In January, 1927, and represents an investment in excess of $15,000. Will be sold at a bargain, cither for cash or on easy terms to responsible pcrcon. This is cue of the most desirable places in Blylhevllle and would command a handsome ' price under normal conditions because of its exceptional location. Ha-rls. West Point, Nick Thomas. Address Edgar G. Miss., or see runs and looks good. A real barga at 52=0. Will accept your used car as part payment. Phone 514 or 811. Mrs, Ruth Stilwcll Holder. tinu cut liicc- cyprrss lumber at! a price in keeping with lOc cotton. J. H. Anthony, Armorel. 13P-K10J WITNESS my FOR RENT-Elx room modern re.s-' ' I COMMISSIONERS SALE NOTICE Is hereby ijivcn thut the ! ity [or the payment o( sucl1 1 >IU " chase noiioy. hand and the sea 5th idence, fiirnlshed or unfurnished. I undersigned commissioner. In corn-; Will rent cheap to permanent party. Also five room frame bui'.d- of a tie- j ........ . .... chancery! ing. Dr. Saliba, Phone 410. | court for the Chickasawba District pliance with the terms ciee rendered by the of 5,'iid Court, on this, the day ot December, 1'JiO. W. W. HOLLU'ETF.R, Commissioner In Chancery. :'id, Evrard & Henderson. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 6-13 FOR SALE— 1030 Ford Tudor sedan. Has 5 dandy sires, bumpers, moto-meler. Looks and runs line. . Worth $475, but will sell for only S395. Quick. Phone 8!0. John Mur- OC-K16i rav - Call WALPOLE For Electric Work Phone 31-i I-'OK HUNT—Two rooms and batii, furnished or imfiirnished, close in. 700 West Ash St. 10C-TI of Mfeissippi County. Arkansas, on - —— Ihe 18th day ot November, 1030. • COMMISSIONER'S SALK v.hcrein National Ravings & Loan , NOTICE is hereby given that the Association was Plaintiff, and I undersigned commissioner, In coin- No. 4840 vs. I pliance with the terms of dc-j cree rendered by the Chrmcrry j _ Court lor the Chickasav:b!i Uls-'Hcld. Evrard & Henderson, PAVING TAX Time to pay Paving Taxes is Setting short. The penally Is :oo high for anyone to ncsltct paying before tlic books Close— Better Tay Now— C. J. EVRARD. FOR SALE—1028 Ford Tudor sc- don, nice looking, in first class ly equipped. Terms If desired. Only i S2o5. Terms: SOS down, balance inj j easy weekly or monthly payments. 1 j Ezra Wheeler, phone 810. j FOR RENT—Walnut St., 8 room residence, newly decorated, two Charles B. Brasher, ct al were Defendants, will sell at public 'auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the frcnt c'oov of the Court House, be. Uvten the hours prescribed by law. In the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, on the 20lh day of December, 1030; tHc following reel estate, to-win Lot Five (5), Block "H", Nel- EOII'S Addition . to Leachvillc, MiEsissippi County. Arkansas. SAID sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of 83.283.53, between the hours prescribed by with nine per cent Interest from !a\v. in the City of Blytheville, September 20. 1!>30. 'Arkansas, on the 27th day of De- viilc Lumber Company's 1'irsl Addition to the Cllj- of UKQe- vllle. Arkansas. THE purchnsei- al said falu will tc required lo execute bond with nr.provpd security, (o tecnrc the payment of (he purchase money,! inn! a Hen will be retained upon; said property ns additional EC- i curily for (lie payment of such purchase money. . WITNESS my hnnd und the seal of s.iid Court, on this, the Mil day of December. 1030. W. W. IIOLUPETER, Commissioner In cliniu-ery. Uict of Mississippi County, Arkan-j Attorneys for Plaintiff. Mssar,. on the 18th day of November, 1930, wherein Guaranty Investment & Loan Company, et a'... was Plaintiff. No. 4842 vs. • and Jce P. Pride, ct at., were Dei Irndanls. will sell at public auction jlo the highest and best bidder. ! on a crrdil of three months, at. C-13! WHY, I Wi-rH A BA«eR,QUT <SF AIR AM OL n SPARE 15 Too GCOP TpR OF A MtlO BftEATriE I the front, dcor of the Court, House, j jtm mew) Jnu (old) Mar May Land Do not delay lo pay I'AVING AND SEWER TAXES 'Dec. 31st is Ihe last Day. fay today and avoid the rus'.i. G. G. CAUD1LL, . Collector. HAY One bale or a train loati. EAR CORN, shuck on, 88c bu. Shuck otf, Me per bu., in car lots. C'otlou Sf.itcs Sales Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 174 or LD 1805. Why !>;iy .More Than Half Price For Auto Parts? JACKSOX AUTO PARTS 2020 Main Phone 66 FOR SALE—Ford Standard coupe. Has had the best THE purchaser al said sals will d to execute bond with 1 '"""'" | approved security, to secure the __!."_ j payment of the purchase mousy, late 1B29 model ;)nti a " en w-l " ^ retained upon said property as additional secur- ctniDcr, 1030. the fullowing real j Jul Ocl Lot Number Ten (10), in Block "A", ot the J. P. Pride of care. Runs smoothly and is very WANTED Subdivision of the N 1 .: SE'.i of Section 17, in Township 15 North, Range U East. THE purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment, of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional sccur- 29:6-13 ily for the payment of such pur- ^ • chase money. COMMISSIONER'S SALE WITNESS n-.y nand ann the seal FOR SALE—Almost new Carter 4- NOTICE is hereby Riven that the | O f said Court, on this, the Qlli 1 ton trailer with dual wheels and undersigned commissioner, in com-.j,..(jav- of - December, 1930. 10 foot platform body with stakes. | pliance with the terms of a rie-1 " \y. W. KOLLIPETEIi, New York Cotton NEW YORK. Dsc. 13 (UP)-Cotton clo;.?d steady. Open High Low Close Dec (new) OC5 915.1 045 015 959 or.n nso DM 079' 970 053 9511 9G8 070 058 058-2 008 9B8 083 M3 1023 1027 1010 1010 104S 105G 1025 1023 10Q5 10G7 1050 to!d) BOOTS AND 1-1ER BUDDIES By Martiu OHOH! Spats closed quiet at 000, off 25. Hy for the payment of such pur- good looking. Fully equipped Onfyj cha£c ""»'«•- . $275. J. C. Kinnlngiiam Phone 177 [WITNESS my nand and ih; seal " |j of said Court, on this, the 28th dav of November, 1930. W. W. HOLLIPETER. Commissioner in Chancery. POULTRY WANTED—Market prices, any quantity. Marilyn TJp.t-! chery. 210 S. Fourth St. ' 9C-Tp! Cost new S6CO. Will lake S295. Jon:; i cree rendered Fox. Phone 811. Weekly or monthly i Court for Ihe terms. WANTED—To tv.-itlc Olclsmobile Sedan fc-r good radio. Uoborts Garage. Broadway. 5C-K12 TI!K Tl!,ACK CAT COri-LE SHOI'l'E Now announces new monthly rates lor regular patrons. 3 regular meals .'aily— S30 ppr monMi. Single Meal—SOr. Sunday Dinner—75c. by Ihe Chancery Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, civ the 18th day of November. 1030, wherein American Building ct Loan Association was PlaintifT. No. 4503 vs. (•nrl Frances Enker, et al.. were De- : fcndants, will sell n; public nuc- j tion to the highest, and best bicl- |der. on a credit of three months, i at the front door of the Court j House, between the hours pre- pcribsd by law. in the City of Bly! thevillr, Arkansas, on the 27th |dny of December, 1930, the follow- in z real estate, to-wit: Lots S and p. ot the re.subdi- vision of Block G, of the Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's Second Addition to the City Blytheviilo, Arkansas. Commissioner in Chancery. Reid, Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys, for Plaintiff. C-13 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given iiic Ihe ur.dtrsigr.ed commissioner, in compliance with the terms of n decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chicknsawba District, of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 18th day of November. 1939, wherein Peoples Building k Loan Association was Plaintiff, No. 4841 vs. • and J. M. Russell, et al., were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the hijhrst, and best hld- der, on a credit of three months. nt. the front door of the Court House, bsf.veen the hours pre- THE purchaser at said sale will | scribed by law, in the City of Bly| be required to exrcut; bond with j approved security, to secure i'.ic j payment of the purchase money, ] and a lien will be retained upon j ^aid properly as additional sccur- thevillc. Arkansas, on the 27th day of December, 1330, the following real estate, to-wit: Lot . Number 5sven ;7j, in Block Two (2), of the Blythe- New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Doc. 13 (UP) — Cotton closed barely steady. Open Hl»li LOT" Close 9C4 ata OB5 1020 1038 1055 9C4 073 058 1924 1038 !«!2 915 953 930 1006 1022 IC-iS !H5 953 980 100C 1022 1015 Spots clowd steady at 920, off 25. Ranchers In Nevada are ptitlinrj hdss on their bulls fu prevent sore feet among the animals which roam Ihe rocky fields. WANT The \. 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