The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 22, 1930
Page 7
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MOjjD_AY,_SEPTRaiBER 2$, 1030 ..BLYTHEiLLB.AUK.) CLASSIFIED ADS MTVU cenu a word tor first in- •erllun and cue c*nt a word for cacti tubrequiat insertion, No Kivertlieioent laien lor lea tlmu 50c. couov Ui« word* and «ml Utt Phone SMFOTnLL FOU SALE l-'OR BALE—Three hogs weighing alxmi 200 pounds each. H. L. Chambers. 22P—K25 FOR SALE—Good No. 1 iincl No. 2 wheat and ycxjtl hay. Huntei 1 - vlllc Development Co., Himtcrvillc, Mo. nv— K27 Thrilling Art ion a I First" Hase as Frjsch Dives for Bag FOU ItliNT TOR RENT—Sleeping room convenient lo tath, privatp home, garage if desired. 12C Dougan 19ck23 t'OH KENT—Two story home, nine rooms, two baths. Main si. Phone C50 and 008. L. L. Ward. t( FOR RENT-One Of Siianc aparl- mcnUi on West, Main street Telephone 107 and 511. 1511. ,t IVOR HUNT—Housekeeping rooms •A cheap. 31 Hearn. 15pk20. FOR RENT—C room house, 232 Dongan. Phone 331 IQcktf FOR RENT—One room adjoining biith. Meals if desired. Mrs. Hives, 123 North Fifth. 22P—K25 WANTED WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 104 & Lake St. nck-tf LOST AND FOUND LOST—White gold ring set with seven diamonds. Reward $50. Finder return to Idell Bynum, 100 E. Cleveland Si. 19[>k23. TAKEN UP—One mare mule, bay color, about 13 hands high and eight years old. White nose with P. D. on riyht shoulder. A brand on left shoulder B or 8. One hcrso mule, bay color, about 14 hands high, white nose, no marks. Taken tip at Ole Ridge, 3 miles northwest of Burdetfe. H. C. Hoover. 22P—K25 Yale Dean Seeks Governorship Colleges and H'iph School Start Heavy Campaigns During This Week. BY NOLI-N ISULLOCH United 1'ress Staff Correspond nil Arknmas fo:lbn!l swings into th> fall campaign this week-end with colleges having their curtain mis- ing games of tlie r,?ason while high scliocls are in their second week of competition with seme slant being taken of the more formidable teams for th? state title. The call for the opening game; in the college circles finds hardy teams embarking »]>on the s?ns:n"$ play, which predicts a colorful ancl close season in Ihe various conference ranks. . Most of the team: have unraveled slern material, Pessimism, however, contiues to cloud ihc camp al tl:.7 University of Arkansas, bu: Coach Freci Thomsea hopes to rebuild a team which will satisfactorily replace his outstanding 1Q2D eleven. Loss of conference men has hurt his chances for a Southwost conference title a title which has long been danglin;; Just out of the reach of Ihe Razorbacks The University opens its schcd- against George Cole's strong College of Ihc Ozp.rks team and 'ill not be merely ;i practice game or the Killsmen squad. First test of the comparative trenglh of the. college teams will e obtained In the opening games. One inter-high school clash is chcdnlcd with El Dorado High School journeying to Dallas, to neet the-North Dallas High School t the Texas Slnte Fair. FRIDAY—El Dorado Juniors vs. fenderson Teachers at Arkudel- phia; Hendrix-Henderson vs. Cen- enary at Shrevcpon; Ontchita vs. .lonticello at Arkadelphia; Cnrnth- trsville, Mo. Juniors vs. Jonesboro Aggies at Jcnetboro; Arkansas Tech vs Ada Teachers at Russell- 'ille; Magnolia Aggies vs. Texar- rtana Juniors at Hope. SATURDAY—University of Ar- :ansas vs. College of O^arks at Fayettcvllli?. Amnnj the high ichool games in he state this week-en;! aic: Paris at Clai'ksville; England ac Norlh jitlle Rock;Conway al Hot Springs; Magnolia at Hope; Westvlllc, Oklrf. at ROJOTS; Stuttgart at Oilett; D2 Queen at Tcxarkana Fordycc al Malverii; Earie at Blytlievillc; Camdcn at Prcscolt; Joricsbcro at ilt!lo Rock;- Amity at Arkadelphia; Hamburg ,a.t jlcUchcc; and Wynne at ForresfCHy. : • It's "an oul-time whirlwind political Hght" that Dr. Wilbur Lucius Cross, abuve, 68-year-old Dean Emeritus of the Yale Graduate School, is planning in his campaign for the governorship of Connecticut. Chosen as the Democratic nominee on an anti-prohibition platform, he is faced with (he task of winning the slate for his parly for the first lime sinc> 1913. The GOFF HOTEI, wishes, to announce a tc\r vacancies available lo permanent jpicsts for fall ancl winter occupancy. Special rates hnvc been arranged, with Ihc assurance of Ihc finest accommodations and service in the city. PAGE 88Vtt OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahem A pvetly bit of action and a close play at first base arc pictured above, l-iibt-h of the Cardinals Is shown taking one of his famous head-first slides In :he effort to beat the ball to [he bag. He was too late. itraiovi:i> FINALLY EVANSVILLE, Ind.. (UP)—Alter 15 years SDlitary confinement. Hcw- ard Tuck, iiO, Negro, was removed from th? Vandcibiirg Cc'.mty poor- lieu'c and (rnmfcrrcd lo the Southern Hoipltal for the insane here. The !;ii;i-,?st ascent ever made by a human being 1s Lieut. Appulo SdUCL'i-.'t rrcenl night lo -13.ICO f;el ;vcr Anac.'f.lla, D. C. Closing Stock Prices A. T. and T 203 Aviation T 5'.^ : Chrysler 27 \ : . Cities Service 25 5-3 Coca Cola 181 1-8 Fcx 45 1-8 Giinerai Electric 07 General .Motors 415-8 Crlgsby Gninow 75-8 I. T. and T 37 7-8 Mchtgomei'y-Ward 33 Packard 12>i Radio 34 5-0 Simmons 25 Stewart Warner 2-1 United aGs 34'i ' U. S. Steel .' 160 Cotton Seed Market MEMPHIS, Sept. 22 (UP)— Co!. Ion clcsed firm today. Oct. 21.85 to 29; Nov. 28 to 23.53; Dec. 28.75b: Jan. 20b; Feb. 23.50b; Mar. 30b; April 30.50. Sales: 100. Cotton meal closed steady today. Sept. 20.15 to 31; Oct." 23.50 flat; Nov. 30 Hat; Dec.' 20.25 Hat; Jan. 30 to 31.25; Feb. 30.50 to 31.SO; Mar. 30.40 10 32; Avril 32.25b. Sales: 1,000 tons. New York Cotton (UP) — NOTICE Wilti our recent partnership with Mr. Gcc, Carney, we now have the bcil equipped intfc- Itcmlcul bhoi> in town. CARNEY-JENKINS GARAGE 1'ickwick Building "We know we know lioiv" —Auto Parts — We sell used parts at one-half price and less. JACKSON AUTO PARTS Uniu s ( 21st Call 66 Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing In Income Tax, Bookkeeping Systems Phone 51 tngram Bids. Blytiicvlllc, Ark V. U. WASUAM— Transfer Daily irtps to Memphis. Will pick up nrid deliver freight and packages anywhere. Special (.v.cs on carload lots. Local Phono 851 Memphis Phone 3-33; Cotton closed slc;idy. Open High Low Close Oct. oM 1073 1079 loan loon Oct. new 1071 1073 10M 10CO CCC. c'.il 1100 1102 1035 1005 Dec. new 1097 1093 1035 10S5 Jan. old 1110 1110 1105 1101! Jan. new 1101 1107 1005 1095 Mar 1124 112G 1112 H13 May mo 1142 1131 1131 July .... 11GO 1100 1147 114V Spots closed quid nt 1075, off 10. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 22. (UP) — Cotton closed steady. Open High Lo-.v Close Oct 1075 1073 1005 lOfiS Uec '1035 1093 1085 10S5 Jan 1103 1105 1005 1005 Mar 1121 1124 1110 1112 May 1140 1141 1129 1123 July 1157 1153 1145 Ilia Si»!s closed sleady at 1015, oft 10 FAlMJKi: TO AITIiKCIATK KARIBAULT, Minn.. <UP>— Tim way of the tr.insgrmcr is not always liard. but one thief failed to appr?ciatc Ihe ioltening v.hen it came in all tour tires of tlie car hz was trying !b steal here. ,has,F)).urFd shrdi cmfwy vbgkcil) WERT ; ;IIc Makes 'Em Set Take Advantage of thisOffer We will bo glad lo go over your home ;iml figure tlic cost of any. improvements you desire. If our cost meets with your approval we will furnish all material nntl liibor required to do the job and you may pay us by the month, out of your income. Could Anything Be Easier? Keep Value In Your Investment 15y Keeping Your Home in Good Hepair. PAY OUT OF INCOME liy the Month Phone 100 Check This List Sec if your home m'cds any uf llicsc repair^ or improvements More closet, space Shelving i (l fupljormls Dcors I * Gnni^c Ntw wulka Or driveways Ni'vv floors over' old Kuuflng Paint SLTPCIIS or screen doors Repair or recover strte walls New front entrance ^Inilmis nr frames New fritu I'arlUtuns Knclosc porch BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES t&j WHAT TO DO? tlL,,K..- By Martin "A JOOTi 5HCKT COM IfW? TO Tt\l\T CORft MJD V*9 OOMt AiLV. OW y^C*^V10M ! HAD WOT l_t?X TOWM '. KiOW, To CW TUt CUMAX, CPAU HA6 OUT O FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A MOVING TAUGBT By Btessw OSCAR'S OMCLE CUEIA TCLD < ...». . :i WE T& \X& THIS IF T. MAO TO... J .; !- " ; AM' IT LOOKS Line t HAME /'•>"' ^-^ TO... GEE... I HATE TO ^.<_ S^'' Do THIS BOT- __ :j^- LOOKS vjke i iAissED...eur STIU. L DOUT SC6 I COULD WlSS 1W6 OOESNT cAtie WHAT IIAPPEWS TO IAE...SO H6RE 60ES! MOM'N POP POI' IS TUB CAKBY KID By Cowail -v.;y

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