The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1930
Page 7
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MONDAY, ;---r~ - SEPTEMBER 29, .1930. 6IATHEVILLE. (ARK.). COURIER NEWS OASSIF1ED ADS TWO ccm* a word lor flr«t la- KrUop ux) ope out » word lor tub Mbwqutni 'Injer- tlon. No tdverttouMnt Ukea ii* ICM uun Me. Count tb» •or* and tend tb* Ffcooe SO* Vets FOR SALE FOR SALE—Cash or Trade—my equity In property at 109 West AsJi St., priced at a great deal below value, Dr. C. A. Caldwell, Lafe,. Ark. '.' 23P-10-16 FOB SALE—1028 Hudson Coach. Cheap. A-l condition. W. B, Daughei'ty, Manila, Ark. 26P-K30 FOR SALE—1 tan and rose, 9x12 tug, 1 ilrc screen, 1 fireside set, Mrs 0' G. Redmon, Phone 1016. 27C-K30 PACE SEVEN Are ;Riyal^ In Kansas Race FOR SALE—Neighborhood grocery, doing a good business, with reasonable rent. Living rcoms in rear. Must sell because ol ill health. Phone 759. . 27-K1 FOR RENT OR RENT—fi Room 'cherry. Phone 014. House, 110 29P-K4 FOR RENT—One of Shane apartments on West Matn street. Telephone 197 and 571. 1511. FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms cheap. 914 Hearn. 15pk20. FOB RENT—6 room house, 232 LJouean. Phone 334. 16cklf WANTED WANTED — Family Washings, '.Vashed and Ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown 704 8- Lake St. 17ck-tf LOST AND FOUND TAKEN UP—On September 20th two black horse-mules, weigh' about 900 pounds, age 8 or 9 years. J. S. Trimue at Puxico Bridge. 25P-K9 LOST; STRAYED OR STOLEN—2 black horse-mules, weight abou .SCO pounds. John Toland, Wilson Avc., Blythevllle, • • 26pk2 WILL PARTY who tcok "ladle 1 wrist. watch in .Cash. Stor Thursday afternoon please return Np questions asked. Frank Santy, %' Cornier News. ; 29P-K1 : FIND OLD SKELETON DJNGHAMTON, N. V..' .(UP) — Archaeologists from (lie ^Rochester Museum of Art and Science hqve begun extensive excavations'on the farm of Roger p. CUrk »t Willow Point, ne»r here, following the dU- covery of a 1,600 yoar old Skeleton believed to be that of an Indian o( the third Alfonklan period. In ad' ditlon to the skeleton, a 'large pol with Impressed designs and fr»g/ ments of ollwr crockery 'were unearthed, leading to the belief th^t further excavation mjght 1 ! reveal relics raaklng will) the portanl archaeological fliids'hV'^he' state. ' .' .... . PARTICULAR CfTV ' GARY, Ind. (UP)—If the applicants hold out, Gary will-have. ,<mc of the most Intelligent police forces in the country, Inspector Albert 8. Woods Indicated aftej--giving 10 applicants for police jobs a pass-' ing grade find "flunking" 10 other*. Out of the group of 80 who took the.tests 30 receiveoV,nmks of'zero. JOOK IT FOR, OR ANTED '•".' THE DALLES, Oi.z., ^UPl-^YVlxen' George Spikerman lighted a ' siiiri ; mer" fire In his furntice the nre department quickly " answered '; "'a neighbor's alarm. : > -,. : .• consclouiuew.rKIug. VH.-on- (heverge OIJR HOUSE t ^fo matter how the coming'elec- tion results, a past departmental commander of the American-.lie- ;lon will win ' the governorship in Kansas- Both Frank Haucke (top), the Republican nominee, and Harry. Wbodring (below), the Democratic nomine.?, have commanded the Kansas legion. Each is a banker and a bachelor. They declared a • truce In their campaign to attend, the national legion convention in Boston together. TOO MUCH FIRST AID SEATTLE, Wash. (UP)— Gilbert King faulted in his home. H« wife doused him with water.. The water failed to revive htm, and.Dr. J. T. Callow was forced to. use artificial respiration tb bring him to TOP PRICES HONEST WEIGHTS Courteous treatment from responsible employees i / - ' : 17 Gin Stands 8 unloaders mean QUICK SERVICE . ... KEEP YOUR HOME IH GOOD REPAIR . •- JOKE'S ON COP SALEM,' Ore., (UP)^Pntrolmnn Emery W. Jones left his. police -car standing in front ; of 'hls'home. A thief'made off'with it: • Need >?•;• CLEAR FOR ACTION Cotton Seed Market MEMPHIS, Sept. 29. (UP)—Cot- ion seed closed easier today. Oct. 24.5fl to 25; Nov. 24.75 to 26'.25; Dec. 25b; Jan. 25.25b; Feb.- 25.75b; Mar. 2S.28b; April 26.75b; May 21.50; .No. sales. ' , ' . ' .. . Cotton.seed.meal closed easier today. Oct. 26.50 flat; Nov. 26.50 to 27;',.We.-1,27,2?; flat;. .Jan. .27.25.'Jo 27:7o; i^eb. 27.SO .'fo :48.25; Mar. 28.30 -to 28.75; ApriU-28.50 4o 29; May 29'to'30.'Sales 2,800 tons. ' ASHLAND. Ore., (UP)—-I. Edwall, 81, applied here for a license to marry Mrs. R. S'ack, 67. Good cheer and a smiling ser. vice has wun more patrons for us than any other one factor. We serve attractive,' seasonable, palatable dishes, priced on a range popular with the average patron. An zrtiilicjdLsh is hall digested. "' • • • l -. • BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOPPE AT THE GOFF HOTEL. NOTIQE ' ; With, our recent .partnership, with Mr. Gee. Carfiey, we now have the best \ equipped independent; shop in town. CARNEY-JENKINS GARAGE, Pickwick BnUdios : : . "We'knoif we-know how" . y 3Pay More? ' JACKSON AUTO PARTS Haiti at 21st . . Call 66 RoyalC. Mills Public; Accountant and i- '• Auditor VBpeclalizlng in Income Tax, Bookkeeping Systems " [ : .Fhone 52 '• Ingram Bldg. Blytiieyille, Ark • Just now, when it is important to make every .penny count, wewilLbe glad to advise you. concerning your building^needs. We : can suggest the .most/desirable material for the particular job and'we will, take "the same painstaking care of the small order as for the large one., , '• ! , :r ' ; • ••'- ]• '... ."' .; '-. '- For those who are able to do so,»this 1 'is' a mjghty good tinje.t.Q^bui.ld^nd,-nomatter what the .conditions, if is economy'i'o keep your property in good' re : 'pair and 1 painted: :' i." . : Visit Our Booth <it the Fair and Lei's Talfc Otter Your Building Problems E.C.ROBINSON V. E, WASIIAM—Transfer Daily trips to Memphis, W.ffl pick up and deliver freight and packages. ; anywhere. SpecUl 'rates on carload lots.. Local Phone 851 Memphis Phone 3-D3) He Makes 'Em See FRECKLES AND HIS; FRIENDS ^ fypofAwoitooR y~f> f>A. \| am 3u$, ME ss U B*At •^ M Ail- T'I i »Atvjrv Kt. rr "FOR to nako It worft SOM CHATTER 90P! MX, XQUW OLD J CUO 9M-1 .^.s; i-i^e ., l ^MBBRE^THet 1 . \l-l-t. ItJEVt^ FOR repairs to k««p H worklne IHE:TIMETHKT V<ENT HOME.. '. FOR electricity gas, orwatar Th« nwdMt prte« of • ivttaW* r*fril*nt«r Md th« cento a Aft for ICC «ompriM AU. lb« e»»t« *f ICE r^frteirmtmt . Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Service"

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