The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1930
Page 7
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jjjtlpAV._SEPTElMBER 26, 1630 ;vBLYTHEVILLE, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS 'MM cenis a word tor dm in- •ertlou Kii cue cent a word for MCA (Ubtequtnl Uuer- uon. No tlvertiMiMnt Ufceu lor lea Unn We. Count Urt words ind Mud the Ph«U)30» FOR SALE FOR SALE-Good No. 1 and No. 2 wucat and good hay. Hunter vll(c'•Development Co,, Uunterville, Ma.---. . 22P—K27 I-'OR -SALE—Cash or Trade—my equity In property at 109 West Ash St.,. priced at. a great deal below value. Dr. C. A. Caldwell, Lale, :Ark. 23P—10-10 FOR SALE—1928 Hudson Coach. Cheap. A-l condition. W'. B. Daugherty, Manila, Ark.. 20P-K3Q JSIvCIK IIMII-: TODAY .l.l .MI'[(-|li:i.L. IT, lr>rm> ttJilr rfcut She fllferr Che ha« Si h> JOHN V»rk CV-Jhi FOR RENT FOB RENT—One of Shane apartments on West Main street. Telephone 191 and 571. 15t)., 4 FOE RENT—Housekeeping rooms cheap. 914 Hearn. 15pk20, I'OR RENT—« room Dougan. Phor.c 334. house, 232 IGcktf FOB UENT—Front Bedroom, ad. Joining bath, private home, phone 419W. 29C-K29 FOR RENT—Building recently vacated by' A. : & P. ticket office at'Ash & Second Streets. Tom W.. Jackson. 24CK27 FOR SALE—Forty acres, 4 room • ffame house, good barn, near good school, woven wire fence high state of cultivation, price $2,600. Small cash payment, balance annually nt 6 per cent. J. C. Chapin,-Manila, Ark. • 25pk27. WANTED H<iiJ« thin uul uh .l,, tyralllir NetT . cnltv nl tlie hvmUTe rnt fn Itnlllm«re wkrrc Md her Mother lire. OIlH'n Mulhrr U M.MKiARKT »<)<:I:HS, JUgtcrd hum MIIcli«H whrn (vlln >T9^ an latniit m*t l»(rr «:irrlr<i to HOB HOGKIIS, «^>in In dead. Mri. K«c«r« »mt tvilji linve Hn Ineojue hut tha iiiMhvr't camlaca OB ft kcaM- •tr*»i, lllKhcll vrotioKci to tnkr CelU 1n \r\T Vnrk, offeritic *rr H life ot nr/ttlh and aoctal iiOBltiua. SJir rcfUMCM, hut Mr*. Hugcr*. fcnntiln^ t^nt skt hrr»rlf'i« fmrtt u-ltk irrloUH illjir»ft mfi lo*» of lv:>rk, iirrfcuadcM Cclia to ocrrpt, JIARNKV SIIIKI.DS, ro»«« nc^Himiivr pkotoffrM|»hcr, I* !• liivc \vllh Cella nnil Ike girl prora- t^fH ttt itnll until tkrj can h« jnnrrlrd. 'L'Uuufsk he Bl^rerd 1* fcimr in Ihr (rnla tu *ay furf- "vll, fiSfclda dorii vot du- iju. • Ollii and her fatkfr nrrlre IK \tw York nut art Krecttd* Klrr« nrfitnei-Htle rrnlidMotheiv A ti'lriihniie uetMarc cornea for Nfu-bcll. NOW GO (IX WITH THE STOKI CHAPTER XIII WANTED — Family Washings. '.Vashed and Ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 7M a Lake St. 17ck-tf WANTED — Arkansas State Life Insurance Company wants agent to sell health and accident insurance. Address' Box -002 . or call nt 110 W. Davis St. - 24C-K27 UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY lor aggressive salesman between ages cf 25 and 45. Postofflce Box 98. CK-2S LOST AND FOUND STRAYED-Small Jersey cow. Dark color with few white spots. Left horn clipped! W. C. Buchanan, 111 E. Sycamore, or call 2. A. Mc- Cuis lion's Store. - 25pls27 TAKEN UP—On September 20th, two black horse-mules, vveiglit about 800 pounds, age 8 or 9 years. J. S. Trimue at Pnxico Bridge. 25P-K9 LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—2 black horse-mules, weight about DCO pcunds. John Toland, Wilson, Ark. 2GP-K30 LANSING, Mich. (UP)— Mat Blosser, who founded his own paper in 1880 came back to Lansing to hear his friends congratulate him on his 8-ltli birthday. He grumbling at the wi annoyance, strode out ot the room following tlie servant. Evidently' tho interruption Irrl tated his' mother. Tlio elderly woman tapped her chair, nervously with tho old-fashloncd fan In her hand ami frowned as she watched him go. Then she turned to Cella -. : -"So you're Cclia!" Mrs. Thomf's Wcrlhinglon. Mitchell, rVpeu t'ed "Wouldn't havo!'No —there's not much look of thi Mitchells about you. Like you mother. 1 suppose. Humph!" The exclamation came explosively. There was an Instant's pause and then Mrs. Uitchel <cdded: "You may kiss me, child!'' It was an ultimatum. If Cella had riot been tired and a' llttl frightone'l. she would surely haV' smiled. Her grandmother's shoul dors were squared hack rigidl) She was as unbending as an oil cer on military parade. Not trace ot affection showed in tl: autocratic face. Cclia did not. smile, fihc cam forward timidly, hesitated and the placed a quick, darting kiss com* where between her grandmother' ear and 1 chin. Evidently the proprieties ha been observed to Mrs. Mitchell satisfaction. Slie sat back In he chair, motioning Celia to take smaller one nearby. "I'm glad to find you well," < 111 volunteered—and immediate! felt this attempt at conversatio hod been unfortunate. "Humph!" her grandmother sai ElUfly.'Tuever-sick! I was a Bey olds, my dear, and tho lleynoldse are hardy stock. Not iiko these nervous fluttering budgets who euend half their ttrno carrying on at. parties and the other half ID sanitariums. No, indeed!" Itchell asked. "No," the man Bald. "Business ill." ilo said It as though the ibjcct of Ills telephone message as iiot to bo discussed. Cellt'i red, mother. Dctter • he getting me sleep, don't you think sot' 1 Mrs. Mitchell nodded. "Ring for Marllia," sho sill. .TITC11 EM* rails ibc hell and. *•* aa if aiitomiulrnlly. n emnll ark-haired woman In ma'ii'x i inl« orni stood In liic d'i'K-v.--/ "What Is li, ins'; nr" "Show Miss Cell:i l'i i:r: :. -i " ire. Mlichell dli'(.d:d. . , "Yes, ina'um. Jus 1 . SUI -.-.- ,;ii...' miss." Tho good ntglila were £r.!d mis-1 ly and without fmihur c;:uw n1 ffeciioii. Cella followed Ihe mnld uto tlie hallway and up Jhe Blairs. Tho second floor of tlio house 'as divided by. a'broad corridor •llh doors opening off either side. There teemed a great many rooms. Half way down'tho corridor Marlia paused, pushing open a door, Icr flugors touched an electric witch and tlio chamber was lllu- iliiatcd. Then she siooj back, waiting for Celia to enter. Tho girl crossed tha threshold and stood still. Tho room was furnished In an old-faahloiied style, but to Celia t was the most beautiful bedroom iho had ever seen. There was a :ilgli ceiling, spacious walls, and our windows with-pale green tat- eta draperies. What held Celia's attention, though, was a small wal ; nut bed with counterpane- ot-coral silk. Tho glow from a bed lamp rellected on this coverlet, brightening tho whole room. At the opposite wall was a dress- ng table with triple mirrors In which the girl could see her reflection from where she stood. There were green taffeta skirts about the dressing table and an elaborate and colorful outlay of silver anil glass accessories walling to be used. A chaise iongue covered with Dilutee chintz, an assortment of comfort able looking chairs and a amal desk completed the furnishings Martha had slipped luto the room behind tha girl. She erossec the floor, opening a door which le< to-a coral-tiled balliroom. "Can 1 take your things, miss?' Martha stood ready to take Celia's hat and handbag. "Oh—yes, thank you!". Still uncertainly glancing abou her, Cella moved toward the ccnte: ot the room, * • ' • "TIRE maid was still waiting - 1 She seemed a triile ill at ease "Shall 1 draw your hath, miss? 1 Celia smiled. "Don't bather," she said, "I— can manage everything myself, I'm sure." Still Martha remained. Cell; dressing. It was dliconcertlnc. I don't need: you, M«f Bae said hesitantly, "I'm used to doing thing! for myielf." For * moment kUrtlm'e eyt* were lowered. Then she looked .up and Cella, reading some Indefinite meaning In that glnnce, suddenly felt that File and this quiet, mldill*- aged woman were lo lie frlcndi, "Very well. mlBs," Martha Bali, "It you're sure—" " , Cella laughed. VVos. I'm quite sure," she laid. M -ilim'5 hand was oil the door- liroli. She turned and looked back nvrr her ehgiilcler. ' "Cincd night, miss," the uld scfiiy. "Cr-nd nlBlii, Martha." Cella an- ivcrc'l, nml.,lha iloor closed. ( . . Swiftly the. girl slipped out of er clothing.: Slio filled tlio coral uh with warm, water, stepped In owe, picked up the as thrown over a ehafr. "Will you want tuli, mlsiT" "Mo," said Cella, "1 don't belle*, .do. My I It's warm Dili morn, ng." "Yes, miss." Conversation did not teem to tit part'of this yougg servant's du•«. -Sho drew back !ho window artalut 10 that a cool broeie oatei) luto the room. Then the WM back at'the bedside, arranging lie tray. ... The elderly woman fanned herself violently. Just then John llKchull reappeared. "Anything wrong. John? 1 STrs. drew oft her jacket and at one ilic maid took it. The girl rca lizcd, watching Marina, hang th Jacket away, that the older woman was waiting to assist her in ua nd snlashed nbout contentedly, all 10 while ndralrlng Hie luxury ot he handsome bathroom. Wrapped In a huco towel CelU amo pattering back Into tlio bed- com. She looked down at tho neg- tgeo and night gown which had icen laid out for her. Damp sen- rils of chestnut hair, curled tight iy tho steam, clung to her llusbed heck?. Celia looked at the eilken garments again, then crossed tho room o where her brown traveling bag toocl. Reaching Into the leather bag she drew out a little white night gown mado by her mother'i own stitches. It went over her head. Five minutes later Cella was n bed. Her head scarcely ha< ouched the pillow before sho was aslesp. Morning carno with a dlstlnc surprise. Cclia stretched, rolled over tax lly and wondered what time I was getting to be. Late, probably One eyelid opened, tbeu blinked shut The eyelid opened wider. In an instaut Celia was Bitting up In bed, Blaring about her. She coold not Imagine where she vis. - * * • YELLOW sunlight was streaming through tho green Bilk cur tains. Suddenly .the whole thin came back to her, and present], there came a light tap at tho door "Who is it!" tho girl called out "Breakfast, Miss Cclia." Tho door opened slowly and niaid whom Celia had not seen be fore appeared, bearing a tray. "I hope I didn't disturb yon miss," tlio maid said, "but Mn Mitchell ordered breakfast «ent u to you." "It's all right," Celia reassure her. "Como in." Here was a new situation. Th slim young maid who carried the breakfast tray was attractive. Her burnished copper hair was pulled back primly under a ruffled linen cap and sho wore a demuro gray frock and apron. She looked no older than Cella, but she knew exactly what to do. 'Tlmt was more than the girl in bed could boast, Delli; tio 'maid set the. tray - loasl. crisp. wlsted bits of bacou and Jam wcra evealcci on exquisite, (null* l«hea. * • "My! IIpw good It looks!" Thcro was 'no response from, tha maid. Cclla,<;thought this queer, nd then blushed,'woodcr|u(\wh(i£ rror she had made. Jlut 'te>'» wero things which sho wanleiVtb [BOW, •*.''. >'c my fnlhcr and grandmother hod breakfast?" sho naked. "Yes. Mr, Milchell-always ICSACI Mrt. time he house at nine o'clock, illtcliell was served ibine •go." "Oli-then I must be terribly la! I'm sorryl Tell grandmother I'll ho right down." Vcs, miss. la there anything Celia said (herd was'not, anl he servant departed. The iiindi o( (bo Email clock on tho bedside ablo pointed to 9:30 u'elock. Though tha breakfast before del was excellent, Ccllu was ln> loo great hasto to enjoy It. When she had fiiilslicd eating iho dressed awlftly. U eccmcd t« .ho girl a tremendous dlsgraco t» tlie last one o£ the household :o appear on her first morning la tho now home. What would her formidable grandmother have, to say to this late appearance? Celia crossed tha broad ball'and looked 1ulo the drawing room. No ono was In sight thcro. She glanced through two other doom. Then B!IO heard n. voice and followed It. In n room lined wllli book shelves sho fouud Martha arranging a bowl ot ilahllis. "Good morning," the girl Mid hrlglilly. "Where -will 1 find my grandmother!" "Good morning, Miss Celt*. Mrs. Mllcliell is In, but she said she wasn't to ho disturbed." "Oil—!" Cella withdrew. For two lonelr hours she tried to amuse horselt Most of the tlmo she spent before a. window facing on tho ::ark. Tlifro would havo been plenty to Interest tbp girl If she r had not been BO 111' at case. Cetia w dreadfully, dreadfully homeslclc. Slio did not hear Martha'a foot- OUR. BOARDING HOUSE poniV<=.(ye ye. T •- •-1H' SELL - M'UAP iMTb OUT? CpJB QUARTERS MOMPAV -E6AP —'A PITV YOU ELIGIBLE OUR SPLEMPiP MEMBERS MU5-T BE • F -TFlElR CtlOSEXi OWt/S CLUB BECAUSE PARK BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES THE REAL THING THIS TIME By Martin steps, but turned quickly slio heard her words: "Miss saying, you." founded the Manchester when he was 20 years old been its editor since. *.°ST,? Closing Stock Prices FOR SALE BARGAINS USED CARS USED CARS USED CARS Here's ynur opportunity to get the car that-just suits you and your pocketbook. Late Models,- all reconditioned wherever needed, every one guaranteed for i!0 days. Don't walk or stay at home; select one of our godd used cars on terms to suit you. 1030 FORD FOKDOR SEDAN'. A large roomy car, fully equipped, 5 dandy tires, Icoks and runs fine. Only $133. 1930 FORD PICK-UP. Driven only 8,000 miles, 5 A-l Tires, closed cab. The best hirgain we have. $350. 1933 I.ATE PONTIAC COACH Only a yrar old, is fully rquipprd, gcod tires, upholstery Is like new. Just the car lor the family • $303. 1028 CHEVROLET ROADSTER Original Faint, has 1930 License, looks and runs good. Only 1929 FORD STANDARD COUPE Fully equipped, 1930 License, Good tires, runs and looks fine 1928 LATE FORD ROADSTER Has 5 goad tires, motor and appearance good, 1930 License $225. CALL SI1 TODAY or Come in to seleit your car. demonstrate any of our Used Cars to you. We will A. T. and T. ........ 205 7-8 Aviation 47-8 Chrysler '.'. 21 Cities Service '.. 26',i Coca Cola .'.... 179 1-8 Fox 47 1-8 General Electric General Motors :... 40 3-8 Grlgsby Grunovr 07-8 I T. and T 3611 itfontgomery Ward 31 Packard , 10 5-8 Radio 2B 3-8 Simmons 23 Stewart Warner 22 5-8 United Gns 33H U. S. Steel 158 3-8 Nfw Orled?is Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 26. (UP) —Cotton closed barely steady. 'Open High Low Close Oct. .... 1032 10«2 102S 1020 Dec 1060 1065 1051 1051 Jan 1068 1073 1061 1001 Mar 1091 1092 1079 1079 May .... 1108 1110 1098 10S8 July 1125 1128 1115h Spots steady at 1006, oft 10. York Cotton NEW YOrtK, 'Sept. 26. (UP) — Cotton clos'Jd b;irely steady. Open High lav; Close Oct. old 1043 1043 1030 1030 Oct. new 1043 Dec. old 1075 Dec. new 1064 Jan. old 1082 Jan. new 1073 •M«r...... 1093 May .... 1110 July .... 1129 Spots quiet at 1045, ofl 30. .FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS V* VK HWfBD YOO TBXIM6 To IM—AM Wfc. TOEMA vt xoo ,y>.\ WE TWO 6ft WERE TUBM TOO« VrV W*CWtO« WJO VMtlM \ W» I WWt V06\ (TV *OOWV TO MWSW Mt CeHa," tho servant was "ilia. MitcheU'u cent {or (To Be Onttnwd) BURGLAR CHANGES SOX SALEM, Ore., (UP)—"Be nonchalant, change your sox." Tha rriust Imve been the slogan of one who burglarized n home here. H- remained long enough after com plctlon of the loot lo complete Ills toilet with the change. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY, Authorized Ford Dealers, Main At Fifth Street. —Auto Parts— Why Pay More? JACKSON AUTO I'ARTS Uain at 21st Call 66 ' Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing in Income Tai, Bookkeeping Systems FbHK ft BIdg. BlytOievllie, Ark V. B. WASHAM—Traufcr Dally trips to Memphis. Will pick up and deliver Iretght and packages anywhere. Special fates on carload lots. Local Phooa 631 Memphis Phone 3^&3r Goad cheer and a smiling ser. vice has won more patrons for us than any other unc factor. We ECTVC atlraclivc, seasonable, palatable dishes, priced on range popular with the average patrrn. An artistic dish IK half digested. BLACK CAT COFFEE SIIOPPE AT THE GOFF HOTEL. WERT He Makes 'Em Set! NOTICE With our recent partnership with Mr. Gcc% Carney, we now have the best equipped indc- pwdenl shop in town. CARNEY-JENKINS OARAGE Pickwick Building "Vic know we know how" ON HIS OWN IS BETT£B. THA^ LeTTlWS THAT fie.B3Aa 6&T ws HAUOS 1 STILL HMC B3UB. SHOTS LEFT SO THEV'CE SOUWA , ACE TH£V? Atv. 1 CAKI SA.V IS 7H6VB& SOIWS To HAsIS A SMJC.ST TIWE '^ GOWTBC h GRErVT , ^^^D VD OWE. POP,I'VE Sr»EV)T 'MX-MX qo YOU'LL TO ME *S?,, 5 FOW GOSH 1 , .UE.NNANTS TWftTY SUCKS TUEM BE.tttB RUN TWE HOUSE: KH^y BOT'.JIWT MDWE.VVSP ; GET oNjritp M-lTTLtnCSC STO-RX THE. L^ST 6r EVtW MOKTH. T. GET SE.P>TS, BUT HAVEN'T ThUC XCU TO THE. FIGHT I I JO (W rt.HOU.NjKi 'CVWT* (AONTM THE VJW you SPIMO

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