The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1930
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1930 BIA'THKVILLE, (AKK.V COUKIER NKWS CLASSIFIED ADS '1*0 «n» 4 wora tor first In- •erUon tad coe cent t word (or c*ch lubtcqutnl Insertion. No tivtrtUeiQeat taken (or leas Una Me. Count the word* and Knd the t»f U, Phone 30« FAGR & ERNEST LYNN/ FOU SALB FOR SALE—Baby Chicks. Custom hatching each week Iroui now on. Marilyn Hatchery. ZCck-tl Bargain; LOOK! ins In Used Cars §305 1930 Model Ford Roadster New Tires, Paint and top ecod. Motor mechanically perfect. Buy this one and save de : precision. Only ....... .'. 1923 Mnilcl Ford Standard Coupe. Thoroughly re- cotiditioued. Good tires, paint and uphohlery. A real buy at ............ $275 1U2G Model International Truck. GooO RIoM?, Tires, Starter, Battery and Generator. Just the truck to n:.ike money with ................... S135 Our USED CAltS are guaranteed 30 days. Make your sclecluiii and call 811— TODAY. Used Car Dept. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford Dealers I'HO.NE 811 TODAY lUXliN J1KIIE TODAY ' IIAN ROILI.MIMI, n m'cnnrlu irrllcr In llclljivimd, La In luve \illU AXXIi WINTKII, ubu. Lc- CinnlnK ni rm «x(rti, *n». pro. KrvKrivd r:ii»ldly nntl *•«» }ittn of- frrrd u con I me I Ity one of the Inrccm ftTudlu*.' Anne live* \ilil* tvrn oilier clrU, MONA HOUK IM>\, n Ray Mule rrd bend, nnd KVA HAUU'A. a quirt Illtlr j^lrl \vL<i ul tluirn I* very Ijltlrr mid •Jkka fcaN had n trajjlc luve €-.1- prrlnicr. Uvn nnd Monn lire ex- (rnx, hut Mnnn ivorku only occn- xltmally nnd l-'vn only rrtTi-lj-, ami Ik In In nnoliu-r rrnsou for litr I'AVJJ, Cni.l.inil, i%li[> mllrji n •InlJj 1 Jiiovlr- col u 111 u for n hiring of tu-i^KiKiiirrji, ftluirrK Dnn** »|i.-ir(mi-nt \.lih him. nnd Culllrr nnd JOHNNY ILIDDI.n, n pirn npciit, u lung ulih Dan, ndvltc Anuc no I hi hJfjn tie coninu-t. The) 1 uFKue ihnt II t» nut rnoiiKU uiuiic} .inU IE \\l\\ He Iirr up fur three j c:ir» n| n n 111:1 II tnlnry. Ann* lnkr« ihvlr nilvlcc to Jtrnrf. She nlftri rail* UD her iiarrnli In TulMi, Ok In,, tmd JKT futlicr, uti niiurnry. ndvlkrji her ru du n» »ttr .\inic turn* ihr cnntrni** down. Dnn. Mini U uilrr roiilrtKt n| tJUXYlXIINTAI, l>IC'J^UJ:s, hnn had u row ivlth the t,,iidl<i mi fiKt-r nnd %inm» in leave. Jlr n m two wrrkii Inynff tint) dccldt-s spend tie 11 me In S:in IVnnch Ife f« • Uttlr dJh*:ill«ll?il \Ullt li[ni«elf nnd In J>it\iilir:irtcd hi-- rnuAC Anne rt-rmi.-* lu !<•( hi* frlrnd^lilii Iicvuino more thnn tbnl NOW C.O ON WITH T11K STOItY Adamson ^lonccct up nnd said, 3h, hello, Rorlmor," without re* loving hla cigar from his tiioiilh. "Hollo, Mr. Adamsoii." Dan walled for an invltnllon to It down, and AdnniEon. with qnly to slI^hEcst itiovcinciit of bis head, mHcated a clialr. "Well. Jiavc a itlco lime on your acatlon, Horlmcr?" Dan said. "Yes, thanks," not Ilk- ng the other's way of saying "va- at loii." Adamsoii*s clRar slilflcd from one Ide ot his mouth to the otltor. "I vnnlcd to tallc- to you. Von got dud of hot-lioaucJ a wlillc hack and toro up your contract. I conlil mve taken ndvantQEo ot you 11 1 lad wanted lo, and lot you go." -. "i KAIL, lo sec," Ilorlmer coolly, "where letting mo KO would liavo been taking aclvantagc I rallicr luvllcd II, didn't But It's great news. Anno; I'll hurt to tell Johnny liltldlo." "Ple.iso do, Oh, I feel so liapuy nbout H 1 ea» hariHy talk! llon't you think 1.ought lo become one ot Johnny Kiddle's ellcnlsJ" "Well, Johnny's advice was 0,' K., wasn't U? 1 approve nn ono eondliIon—thai you don'l iietiult him lo gel sonllmcnlHl. If yon won'i let me, I certainly won't stand for Johnny." * 1 1320 Ford Touring 1 1923 Ford Used Car Bargains $295.00 $285.00 $395.00 $400.00 $550.00 $275.00 $350.00 1 102Q Ford Tudor 1 1023 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan 1 1S23 ruudac 4 Door Sedan 1 1927 Fontiac 4 I)oor Sedan 1 1923 DcSoto Roadster LEE MOTOR COMPANY 120 East Main Street BLVTIIKVILLii, FOR SALli—Atwater-Kcnt Radio, like new cost $175.00. First $65.00 gels it . 1007 WPS! Ash St. 23pk27. FOR SALE—120 acres limber land within 10 miles of Blythevilte. Sacrifice for cash. Taxes 51.25 per acre. P. O. Box 124, UlytliD- FOR SALE My home on West Main St. Scu mo or G. G. Caudill J. T. HALL CHAPTER XXV r\.\N left llic following night to San Francisco, lu Chlnatow lie bought a red llappl coat for Anne and bad it mailed to her. It vas gay looking, cf heavy ligurcd silk, and Anne wired him lier profuse thanks. He wrote to her: "Why Elionldn'l 1 liavo sent It? 1 can't wear It. can I?—and 1 couldn't help buying it. You can't Bo through thouo sliops without wauling lo buy everything you see. "I've been living tho life ol llilcy—sfglitsccliig like a rubber- uock tourist. golfuiE. horseback riding nlons n bridlo path that skirls tile ocean, nnd eating at little out-ot-the-way restaurants where tho food Is something to talk about. We've never been ridlnp together, Anno. Can't wo do something about that?" And lo Paul Collier ho wrote: "There's a fellow on tho News —an Irishman—who hns tho swell- ost line ot Japancso stories you ever heard. Remind me, when get hack, lo tell you the one about the chap who broke his lee. ARKANSAS • a knockout. 1 wish 1 could Bent you a nice lungful o( S. P. fog. Has blown 'up yet? might give my love to Adamson.' He returned to Los Angeles on a Mouday morning anil was me by Collier, who drove lilm out ti the Continental lot. "Well, old-timer, wliat's new?" ] ' "Oh, not much," Paul (old him i "I understand, though, that Adam- I son is going to stick." "That's suro too bad," Dan said. "Well, I had a hunch." "Ho won't last long. The Lawsons are not that dumb." That forenoon Adamson •word *o norimer that ho wanted to see him iu, DaifVas lialf expecting some such message. of me. ]r , ".SUM high and nilehly, aren't you?" Ada'.nson sneered, and l)an Ignored Ihfi remark. The studio manager continued: "Well, we'ro reorganizing aroun here—getting rid of some of Iho dead limber Riirt—" "Aud naturally that lels me out," Dan finished for him, determined that Adumson should not have a chance lo be Instilling. "1 haven't changed my mind ahoul not wanting to work tor you. My contract was Use only thing that kept me hero.V Tho other's sraiic was unpleasant "Well, it won't keep you'itny longer. You'ro through—rtght away." His vo.ico rose gratingly. Tho interview had not teen ns grat- 'yliig as he had expected. Dan got up. "'That suits me ne," he said. "Goodby." Hut Adamson did not answer I suppose, and sec It 1 can write anything that anybody wanla. It not," and ho smiled nBaiii, "1 can go back to New York, I suppose. and tnko up wlioro I left o!f.' f Anno entil quickly, "Oh, 1 hopo not, I)nn," and ho wanlcd lo know why not. "Would U make nny dlftcrcrici! to you K I lell?" Sho was half nusry nt Iho qucs- loii. "Now ycm'ro being school •oylsh," she told him. color rising n her cheeks. "Vou know bolter T-T'- 11 Joyous laugh wns sllll echo- lian to ask thai. ! In^ lu Ills ear ns he hung up anil moved over lo a window, lo ,>0 Dan said ho was sorry. "Ques- stand there, hands lammed deep In 3 lion's withdrawn!" And ho llls P»ckcts, thinking, spoke coucillaliiiBly and chanficd lie ihoiisht back to tho nlRht the snbiect, talked ot iutcrcallni! that he had met Anuc Winter, and things lie had dono on his trip Ilia could not help smiling n little north. Ironically nt Iho KlranRO-reversal Mona and Eva camo In while [In .Jfcclr positions thai a few ehorl llicy were lalklng, and Mona 1m- monllis liuil brought about—Anno mediately eat down nnd dcmaudej from cilra girl with only one day )UR BOARDING HOUSE By Aheru to know "all Hie scandal." And wiien Dan laughingly Informed her that ho was now "un of exiwrlenco, to contrncl player with the most Important of tlio Hollywoml picture companies; hlin- alUtcticil," slio cried oui: "Well. If self tl0 "' Blnrr wrl '<= r nt Coutlnei you two aren't a pair! Anno re- lal, a contract calling fur ruses to sign a contract and you >»<>"» ">°»cy llmii ho had ever aan\ car one up! Some people don't p' Ml1 Wore, to a treo lanco who now wlicn they're lucky-do they, lmj lollct l '» r l»'« wcck3 wlthuul .-,.,,?'. proiluclne a thing that E.illbllcil lint Eva merely emllcd and of- lllm - crcd no conuuenL n ° vvns raoro " an a lltu ° ''I* There liad. Anno explained to mal - »« remembered thai ho liad tin, and Dau grinned at him and lorliuer, been nothing more said Anne half jokingly thai he at Grand Uuilcd on Iho subject ol Imlslil go bnck lo New York nnd icr conlract la ' io "I 1 wliero ho had left off. Ho "Not one word. I guess Mr. Ml »°' want to, cerlnlnly; It Johnson really meant lake It orb™" 1 * n' m » """'cat, and U would leave It." mean learlng Anne, nnd neither He's just playing poker, Anne, would be pleasant. Is the picture finished yel?" • Ho turned dispiritedly hack to "Almost." the typewriter which Imd never I looked so cheerless as It did nn '"PWO weeks laler Anno called llils hot afternoon. He had been *- Korlmcr with cxciling news. struggling with an Idea for a pic- "Everything has happened nl lure. At nrsl U had seemed n WAS Ml£ -THA-f. EDISOrU VOL! Hl5 LJES-fiOCJMAIRE, BUY 0(J-f A LIS< OF TOR ~rHe BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES *' IJ HOOTS WINS By Martin WHAT? FOIl SALE—Small cash register at Cross Focd Shop. 25ck20 ~ FOR RENT Ho thought, on hli hero £oes." - (a: "Well, FOR RENT—Three rooms nicely fnrnislnd for light housekeeping. FOR RENT—Light Housekeeping rooms, furnished, 700 West Wal- 5CO North Fifth St. . 26pk29 TOR RENT—Furnished apartment 108 Kentucky, Phone 083. 21ck28 nut. 26c-tf FOR RENT—Nice three apartment, bath, garage and private entrance. Phaii? 12-W. 26i>k29 WANTED FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms. Mrs. Ted Green. Phone G50- 25pkl WANTED—Three or modem hourc in Box "H 11 Courier New For Rent Two slorcs on Second street, also cotton office tip stairs with north skylight. Grand Leader building. Apply on premises. t. ROSENTHAL NOTICE From May 1 to September 1 3u r denial offices will be closed [ach Thursday aflernoon. Dr. I* H. Moore. Dr. H. A. Taylor, Dr. H. S. Davis. Grist Mill and Poultry House. I will buy your corn and do custom grinding. Will asso liny your chickens and eggs. T. H. Shepherd, 300 South Franklin. 21pkM WANTED- Three furnished rooms at cnce. Good location. Call 354. 26pk29 New Orleans' Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 20 IUP> — Cotlon closed steady. Open High Low Close Cct 1128 1152 1127 \in Dec 1145 1101 1141 11C1 Jan ... 1155 1178 1155 1172 Mar 1165 1192 1165 118-lb May 1180 1211 1180 1201 Jn! 1303 1207 1203 1207b Spots quiet at 1118, up 28. New York Cotton NEW YOHK. Aug. 20 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. ir four room | , shf , s ,, verjthillg ij Ut t } lc car- Good ~ iUe ' i good location j profi , s f0r hustlers. Wri'.e the . _ .' . 'Jews. 25ck28 w T Riuv i c j g i, Company, Mcm- V. R. "WASnAM—Transfer Dally trips to Memphis. Will pick up nnd deliver freight and packages anywhere. Special cates on carload lots. Local Phono 851 Memphis Phone 3-9315 WERT Ho Makes 'Em See 1 Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing In Income Tax, Bookkeeping Systems Phone S3 fngram BIdg. BlyUieville, Ark Oct. <oldi 1145 Oct. fncw> 1128 Dec. (old) 1162 Dec. mew) 1143 Jan. inlrfi 11R'} Jan. (new) 1155 Mar 1171 May 1187 Jut 1204 Open High Low Close 1172 lloO 1105 1167 1103 1175 1180 1145 1128 1152 1143 1170 1155 11GS 1207 118G 1213 1204 Spot.'. closed steady at 1175, up 30. Closing Slock P: tecs CLOSING STOX Ck4- A. T. and T 213'- Aviation 61-8 Chrysler 24 !••! Cities Service 27 3-^ Cnca Cola 17G Fox 47 1-8 Genera] F.lectnc 71 General Motors 413-4 Grigsby Grnnow 14'-j I. T. and T Montgomery Ward Packard Uariio Simmons Ur.ltcd Gas U. S. Steel 171 1- wonderful Idea, but lliitl was bo- "Ono Ihlng al a time," he said. Iforo lie hail begun lo' scl hta "First, did you get a new con- thoughts down on paper. Now, tho more ho ivroto tho more dlssatls- spoiled his enjoyment," Lo told Collier that evening. became: sheet after Bhcct the had emerged from his typewriter oiily lo be flung disgustedly away I let him think ho was doing me a great big favor." "Well, 1 hopo be was," said Col Anne told It with an eager rush ari " Ihe calmer and inoro critical Arc you going to see what rending the next mornliiR. Martin Collins can do for you?" 1'aii I Collier still thought It waa But Dan told him no. "Not right about her had brought numerous to tho Grand a F" L " lea; Collkr wns onco " r- newspaper clippings Ike to peddlo around first, after 1 United publicity department, nnd sol tho slulf, my boy. and Hi-k 'em." Martin Collins Had asked her to get them in shape." Paul had expected some such an- try out for a part In a forthcoming , 111:1 Paul, nan told himself as he frowned al the page before him. Ho thought he kuew Dan picture at Amalsamated. prelly well— knew ho was not one Do you suppose Mr. Johnson Is tlid not have a girl on his mind. to ask a favor of a friend, or pin psychic or something, Dim? It was one tiling (o write when him down to a casual promise. And sent for mo right after 1 finished notliing troubled yon, and i|uite an talking lo Collins." other when your thoughts wero always gelling scrambled up with at him, but he eaded up by grin "Mot psychic. Anne." Ho laughed. ning and taking an affectionate "Just a good cuesscr. That's why ho has that job." evening Dan drove trudged to tiio kitchen for a drluk out to Hie bungnl-iW, and Ani:c And Ihcii ho Eat down he offered me n new contract— ot water. was greatly coucc'rned at a much move atlraclive one— and I once' more and lit his pine— which signed It. And I had already prom- was his dcvke during periods ot iscd Mr. Collins I would try out; menial stress lo keep from smok for the part he talked ahout. s"Mng abnormal iiimutilies of ' "Why, Anne, you look wor- Mr. Johnson is going to lend im arels— and tried to think ah'ont hla he teased, and she shook to Amalgamated If the? want me." story, tried to banish tho dismal her head in Impatient nvotesl at Dan said that didn't provo thai i thought that he wus Just a piker ll "> "°™ lvilil " P !rl wl '° wns Mr. Johnson was big-hearted. "He'll > °™ lvl " P r w '° charge Amalgamated moro than »nci !-j do thlags. Grand United's paying you. ... (To Ho Continued) you going to t!o?" "Oh. T dnn't know. Washings. I WANTED TO it, no questions will be aski-d. Washed and ironed by coinpe-! Mrs. Brown, 598. 17ck-tf tent white woman. G1RI, UHKAKS RECOKI) NOTICE be received WANTED—Reliable ages of 25 and 50 to supply old. Knllieriiic Trevelyan. broke the rec- Onk £c i, 00 i bui!ding at the established demand _ for Rawleigh omcc cf (llc county Surcrlntcn.- " ....... ord for climbing Moi:::t Cavel, near Jasptr, Alterta, Hits year. She Is ent at 10 o'clock a. m. September tliis season to reach the — i Contract required. Company turn summit, a distance of more than 11,000 feet. Once on the way up she fell over a clifl and was only saved by the aclicms of her guide. If party scon taking bicycle fro:n who grabbed her anchor rope. Belole's store will return, Matthews, Luxora, Ark. GUILTY AS AU, GET OUT FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HO-J0.5T SHOOli OP A, am. SOT.IS OR TROUBLE,I'LL R« SUV JUST A P2ECAUT10M, IS AU--" KOyj HOLOOP? HOLD UP? =33A=« TWS 1 .! EDDl!*S RTAltJLV QUICK. TM eye VJC COUUD HAVEL GOt 1E-\> M.OIIG YJITUOUT THOSE f>.X-\- THIS STUFF ^N THC FRONT \<5 ^P.OS'/ OF GCOSC-COGS. XOU SPELIJO

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