The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Rcvolalioiis Are s; Three Slates Inn . (ARK.) COURIER Host of Fisherman's Luck! PAGE THREE . April salhnal clnii-.'C.-, of loiture niui V.-illllll the walls ul inlddlo- C'UTlcliOIHll Ill.'llIl-S 1111(1 | e untolded In „ a THY today Ix-torc ulli- ciii! beards tt liiniili-y. In Illliinls. Wi-comin und luw-i •" ""•••' Kimiys lienrd ultnnsl Miirivs from tlii< li[>s «f ii-emlilliu: witnesses. From n half do7.eii lnMitiiUun*5 .Mlepci! ihe amazing charges if cruelties- -o:iie medieval In ihelr l"o-nbh'lies:; :iliwli» :-oi'ii'ly's pill-' fill o'urasls. who me snp|x>scd tuj te (rented willi the fiilh-sl possible of human kindness. I iiivt.~liiiiil.orii, stunned liyi ivuu'iie" ')! falal IjealiiKS, polson- IIIKS. hlaek Jacking, am] bolliiiR water balhs, were at a lass to g\w] any bro;id IT:>.<CIII lot lliu wide.-:; read revi-lulioiL 1 ;. 'f'h:-ei' ihcorio.s \vcte ndvatircd: [ l.~ Over nowling at Ihe instl- I 2.—The "hardening" or nlteml- 'ants by Imifi associiUiun with in- £:iiii! intic-iUs and iiicorriylbles. : 3.—Laxilv In tlie vlsilanrc of! slir.c' I'uards In thai-no of Ihe lii- . -tilnlloiis. ' COMMISglOKEK 1 * Notice It hereby given that th» undersigned commissioner, In compliance with the twins of a de- crer rendered Ijy the Chancery .Court for [he Clilckasupba. District lot Mlssl$il|i|)| County, Arkansas Ion t.'ic asvi dny of February. 1934, •wherein Taylor Roberts, Kecelvcr of 'Truvekrs li. fc i,. Assn. .IVr- llH'Umli wns I'Uiltulll, No. [lO'jB nml Mrs. Minnie McMuhufi el ul.. were IMtfiidiiiiLs, will sell nt pub- lc uuellon lo !•.• lilghesi mul tu-.H bidder, on u creillt itf Un-te monihs. in iiif front door of Hie Court House, lielwevn ihe hours Jirc-serl'jcd by low. In Die Clly of Blylhevllle, Aiknimis. on Hie M'.li (tny of April, 1934. the following real estate, lo-wlt: All of Lois Five 15) nml Six 10), In Illock -C," of the J. 1>. Pride Subdivision lo the City of Ulytlievllle, Alknnsiis,; ul- so Ccrlincnle No. U4H5. {Jluss UUAA, 40 shiirca of ihe Trnvel- e.-» liulWIng mid i.oun AMO- flultoii (Feriit'tiiiill. Suld side win be luul to tailsfy sold decree In ihe MIDI ot »1.088l):), with 10 per cent Interest from February 20. 1!H4. Tlio ijurdiiuu.? «t siild snle will be required 10 execute bond wlih ipjinived securliy, to ifcciire the payment of the purchase money, und a Hen in-Ill be retained upon J«ld propeily us nddlllounl tiecur- "' M ' C " ""^ Prince to Yield Throne for Love Bmvily of events of ihe past two weeks Is reflected In of 1'iTslrti'iii noosovi'lt. left, sayliij; noo<lbys to Postmaster 'Clen-' Witness my hand und Hie seal Jitn Farley on i!u- train platform as the president lell Wush- of lial(1 Co "rt, on this, the 20ll> inntoii for H 10-day fishing cruiie In Florida waters. | a ^ °' Ml j rch - .""• j rC. u. UAINES tl.ur.-h o,«anM « V«rs ;i-Hr.st Unlversalbt Church tn K^ j Commoner In Cl.ancory. «rs . nversat urc In Kox- HCSTON (Ul>)-.K. Franz nelss- bury [or 40 yenrs without mi»Ini! ' nnii ,1ms been orgiyilst of the n Sumlny service. I _ Rend Courier News Want Ads. Tliirtl IIIOIIL)KT of Kwctllsb roy- i nlty lo tukr tills sk<|i In dm two ycui.H, I'rlucii liei-ill, 22, nlioi-o, third, KOII of tlio crown ]»iiit-G, win «- t (i K <nm- inoni'r und ylelil Ills Iliruna- rlBlit's. arcuvdiiiK tu Sluckliolin ilhvati-lios. liertll, ililnl In Huff In the llirone, will marry Mls« Christina Urainlitek, ilaufilitur of an nriny uilUnln, » a y iciigits. I A "trump" steamer is one that hns no established tra'de route. A ^£>\ The -skies smilul v.Hh siaiclcn ijlilU'riiij |-r," u tnii!!y nl ]>ri-d: this fpcctacular Eu-lvr LHincIa nppcsit? i:n:rt si. !=;!! I'.irncfe Hint anr'.ic;'. :d iviiie x:< . SrrniK warmth, the imrcury obii-iiiiUy ''pre?f:ion year:, w.is stn/inijiy Dni'-Ai-i I'lays IMuratlonal ! EL PASO, Tex. (UP)--Tlic nnsl- i iu-is Men's Pru'.i'ctlvc Association' "I El Paso lias started nn eduea-1 liiiiiiil cn/iiiwlgii in Hie form ul j climbed — and all the. we'.com?, weekly one-acl plays ai Hie Chum- again v.-hen the camera rccurdecl ller of L'oiiiineiue for the benefll :iy >cvne on Sew Yoifc's v.oiid-lainuus Fifth Avenue, l-'roin u vantage |ioi:U "' llle l" ll)lic - '1'hc !):ot of the firs! Calh-.d™, , Bl li.lU, >ol , tao * .ir..-,, on a tea . nn of the near-record K, £ Ur ^ K^!"^ ^^^ ::ucMolf:s into tlst street : nd muck- Iju^es und other vehieltis fi^hl for right LSI and a police sergeant AKRON. O. iUP)—A 30-year-old husband rescued hi.i ya-ycar-ultl invalid «-|fc from a lire which lol- j lowed an explosion hei-f. 1'eier I Conrad, the nonagenarian, hall diagsi'd. half car.itil. hLs sick wile : lo iafety \vhen nn oil stove i-xplo- ] i.ioti convened their home into n liiiizing furnace. Neither VV.TS hurl. ' NORWALK, Conn. iUP)—While ' William Silverbcrs was IjacLinu aivay frottt a \ra/t: bench in h>s shoe repair shop, his pants came in contact with an oil stove and fire . resulted. He needed no urge Remember this About a CHILD'S LAXATIVE Al.-ovr nil. n (hikl's l:t^:iliiT ^hunld l>c »f,; ,,i]i! lii,- ,-l.iKI ,l:«.nl,[ like In take iL TlKil is M|I\ l'ri'll-:i-ltl-lLl. till- iliOirioiu i Ity • fi,r l.ltk- [li^ it tfi.-.-ni:^U s l\-(. d.!i.-.:l,- -I-, :-li;i.,:l, ,1 llin.nrl ..... I tile .-!• •full' lull (ii-ntle ;,i;il n linn I'iMi-a-nlillt enll- -.s uliEcil [jlil!lit llp^il A leal n|i]k-liU mlo the itrcct and to n ' -tal-. ciM.li.-n '.ike l-Vfti-a-ii int. "|i c luy" r.elghlwr who xmolhcri'd ins; ' '•- .|,,, A .I,,H,-L->.. : ihnu.lii-ri-.-i-niint j« Hnnies with a b-.irla;) j:t?. . .n-ilN.iiiuu. 1.1'- 1 tie *i lirn^i-.u. Hints o! new activity in (lie Repntiicnn party came with th: visit ot cx-i'residen: Herbert Ilcnvcr to Chrnuller. An., presumafcly lor a lv.-o-d.sy r.Fl. For ether party hnncrs promptly appearoll on the sccic. BII:OH- Hum Frr.r.h o. Lowden. right., former gjvrrnor of lllii:oii nnd once a c.-.ndubte for th- presidential nominat:i::i. Ke.nd Courier News Want Ads. IfcbllCal Naiiirs Figured .l );llrc>l wason 'bcraiw I wanted I ., ,. i . ri :ln M " mlfr the lvn cel of a main KSW Hampshire LaSC rhill(1 W 'H> a siren on it." was s:n- ilcrced to sit in the police veh:-> KEENE. N. II. (UP)—The Hibli-| f "'' one " O11r cacl1 ri:1 V fnr three cnl name.s of SI. Peter. Paul. c:r>ys - Janir.i ami r.oro all figured in the fame court caw here. Mrs. Hwr: si. Pcler wanted ccr- ] lain lille to proix-rly from U>o | Paul, hrr nephew. The papers I «o;e .MTI-W! hy Deputy-Sheriff < Edwnrcl If rx)r<l and the ruse was heard by Judge Warren W. Jaim'-si. Sentence,! lo Patrol Wapnn I SAN JOSE. 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