The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 6, 1930
Page 7
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MONDAY, OCTOBER (U930, BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)!-..COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS wo oenu * word tor flnt In- ttrUoti tod cue cent » word lor Mdi •uUequint inter- Uoa. No tdvtrUKtBcatWkcu lor tai tutu soc. Count UM word* ud tend Uu orb. PkoMSOt FOR SALE FOR SALE—Cash or Trade—my equity In property at 109 West Ash St.. priced at a great deal below value. Dr. C. A, Caldwell, Late, Ark. . 23P-10-16 FOB 6ALE—My Cafe ad a bar. gain for cash. See me at 1916 W. Main St., Blytheville. 30P-K7 I'OR SALE—Brown cloth coal, flu trimmed, size 879. 18. 510.00. Call GC-K10 FOR SALE—Forty acres improved land, loamey soil, near Manila lour room frame house, barn wo\en wire tences, on improves road, near good school. Sale price $2,600. Good terms. i'J. C. Chapln Manila, Ark.. PK8 FOR SALE—80 acre farm lr Ozarks itl Seymour, Mo., for sail cr trade fo r Blytheville property H. L. Steele, 026 Jefleison St Jonesboro. 6P-K8 FOR RENT in FOB BREST™ ME the Series From a Housetop New Army Coach Must Re-1 build West Point Forces if Cadels Get Anywhere. By CHESTER L. SMITH NEA Service Special Writer WEST POINT, N. Y.-One Of Major Ralph Sasse's biggest jots back in i'ne 1 bloDdy days of S?p- tcmber, 1918, was commanding s. baf.alion of hsavy Yankee tanks which played an heroic ro!e in smashing the Hlndenburg line nnd starling the march which led to Versailles and peace. Twelve years later brings another September and more lines for i If you think resident, In the locality of a major league baseball park make a lot:of money parking the the major to batter. This time, however, they're lines of leatlier-hcl- meted, wcol-jerseyed American cars of the fans, consider what tho landlord must knock down for the world series dimes in Philadelphia. This Is a general view of the "housetop bleachers," creeled on a building across tho street PAGE SEVEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE Aheru boys. They will come from liar- | frc " 1 SJiibo Park. Thousands of'fans took advantage of this point In the"Cnbi-A's'series hi 1023 and the faith in tho A's ability to repeat their American Icatjnc triumph, left the seats up for this year. FOR RENT— One of Shane apartments on West Main street. Tel- went on a hunt for a stolen pis mid found a "blind 0:13." C.illlng at liie wrong address they heard a started scream and smashing ot much ephone 197 and 5V1. 15tl. FOR RENT—6 room house, 232 Dougan. Phone 334. FOR RENT—Light housekeepin] rooms. 208. West Davis. 2P-K8 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. 108 Kentucky. Phone 683. 4P-K11 FOR RENT—Tliree room furnished apartment. Call 158-W. Reasonable rent. 4P-K9 FOR RENT— Three room apartment, private entrance and bad Call 72-W. 4P-K8 FOB RENT—Five room house. 600 W. Main St. Bath, steam heat, all modern conveniences Apply E. M. Terry, Phone 617 or 346. 6C-TF WANTED WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and Ironed by competent unite woman. Mrs. Brown. 70* 8- Lake St. 17ck-tf COOK WANTED— For short orders Woman preferred. Call at Bennett's Cafe, 1016 West Main St., Blytheville. 4P-K7 ; ',L.QS.T.AND, FOUND , TAKEN UP—On September 20th, two black horse-mules, about 900 pounds, age 8 or 9 years. J. S. Trimue at Puxico Bridge. 25P-K9 LOST—Red day . book, . containing milk accounts and registration papers on cattle. Finder return to J. V. Pierce, Route 2, Blytheville. 4P-K7 vard, from Notre Dame, from Yale landlord, havin; and from Illinois, and the weapons to be employed against them in ih- | friendly warfare for touchdowns | are the lithe young bodies of that! HIONTON, O. (UP)—Police here lart of the West Point corps which days football. There was no little surprise inan- fest when it was announced teat Major Saise had been appointed as successor to Captain "Bin" Jones, whose tenure as coach had seen the Army In some of its most glo- •ious triumphs. Outside of the immediate circle in which Cadets move, he was not as well known as some others, but the delight with which his promotion was received on the Plains was evidence that he enjoyed the confidence of cadets and officials alike. * * * Major Safse was graduated from the Military Academy in 1913. He was a member of the football squad, but he never received a varsity letter. That, however, hasn't weighed against him. They once told Bsb Zuppke he was tco tiny to be considered at Wisconsin, but wee Robert has done fairly well by himself at Illinois. The coaching profession is filled with instances which Indicate that stardom In undergraduate days has very little to do wit-lj producing winning elevens in later years. As end coach under Captain Jones' for the last four Eea- £ons, Major Basse proved his worth. At any rate. Army's Immediate destiny has been placed in his hands without causing any noticeable elation on the part of her arch opponents. This is not what you would call a propitious year to take over thi Army squad, which Is confronted by a schedule generously filled with potential grief at a time when considerable '.reconstruction will havs id^&e'UnilerfdkeTi. Foremost among the - absentees is that swift-footed wraith, "Onward Christian" Cagb. whose presence alone 'nas made teams fro:n the Point feared the length and breadth of the land. The major, it would api>ear, faces lively autumn. ' Upholsterer bees make biirriSws ,'n the yruu:ul, nnd are often 5e;n Ins intoxicants, Ihc greater part ofiat v.-oik In summer cutting rose- which was swishing around on the leaves for thc'cclis where-the eggs glass. They rushed in and arrested the lady of the house for kitchen floor. 'are laid. LOST — Swan combination pencil and fountain pen without cap. Return to New reward. nixie Store for 6C-K9 LOST—Black 'mare. Has white feet and white spot on face. About 15 hands high. Notify Alex Oibson, Burdctte, Ark 6P-9 FOUND — Lady's purse with money and other articles. Owner may have Fame by paying for ad and proving ownership w. C. Crom" well, 218 W". Kentucky. 6P-K9 LOST—Ladies purse containing army discharge and othe r government papers. $2.00 reward for return to Sample Slice Store. • "6P-K8 V. B. WASRAM—Transfer Daily trips to Memphis. Will pick up and deliver freight and packages anywhere. Special •ates on carload lots. Local Phone 851 Memphis Phone 3-M: WERT He Makes 'Em See New York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 0. (UP)—Colton closed barely steady. Open High Low Close Oct. old 1007 1014 1007 1008 Oct. new 1010 1021 1010 1011 Dec. o!d 1032 1038 1032 103G Dec. new 1033 104-1 1033 1036 Jan. old 1044 1050 1044 1047 Jan. new 1043 1053 1042 104G Mar 10(14 1073 10<j3 1064 May lOSfi 1002 1033 1034 July .... 1099 1107 1058 1100 Spots, 1025, off 10, quiet. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 6. (UP) — Cotton closed steady. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May July- Open Hifjh Low . 1007 1015 1007 . 1039 1040 1033 . 1045 1050 -1043 . 1034 1060 1062 . 1083 1080 1080 . 1(05 1102 1094 Spots. 1010, oil 5, steady. NOTICE With our recent partnership Kith Mr. Ceo. Carney, we now have the best rqnipped independent shop in town. CARNEY-JENKINS GARAGE Pickwick Building "We know we know how" ~Auto Parts— Why Pay More? JACKSON ~AUTO PARTS Haln at 21sl . C»ll 66 Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing in Income Tax, Booi keeping Systems Phone R tngram Bldg. BlyKicTlllc. Ark VISITORS LEAVE CAR LOGAN. O. (UP)—Guy Jackson, of Goal Ho;)c Township, entertained visitors nt his chick:n roost one night recently. He was not there to rccsivc them but ha saw them c(T. They left in u car and he lollcvve;! tlt:in. They . turned down a blind road. tiiri:c."i ftronnd and st-irtcd back, running into Ills niac'-ir.e. The men fled and left Jackson his chickens. Read Courier News Want Ads. H'/uif Do You Think of Your Home? Naturally you don't want it to have that "goue-to-seed" look that comes '. Ly neglect.: But its brightness and value won't last unless yon keep up all the repairs. We Give You Free Estimates and ^Suggestions. • ^ ; . ' YOU CAN PAY US OUT OF INCOME • • . . By the Month. KEEP YOUR HOME IN GOOD REPAIR Check This List See If your home needs any of ihcsc' repairs or Improvements More closet space Shelving Cupboards Rcors .Garage New walks or driveways ' • New floors over old Roofing Paint .Screens or screen doors Repair or recover side walls New front entrance Windows or frames New trim Partitions Enclose porch, " . A riAVJ—JEXPt-AlM.JHVoU HlCCOdQH.5 AS ^M I HAPPED I AT We. MV ULAC TtfCE ^OBLIQUE TROM -THAT OF -TbucH OFF SPGf'TfeP SOME- QRAV HAIRS BUT I SMELt- -CoMlC T?UPJ)V BOOTS AM) HER BUDDIES ii IT LOOKS THAT WAY LUMBER E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. -100 - - *' . . ' .... • ^100 I 1 bIYTHE'/iLLe PHONE IOO -' ARKANSAS FJ, ^ -We Do The Res-t , <Zi NOW WHM -M OVCVtaife l& 60 BX TOR? Kit RpMWfoG UOWtOb "TOW* TO BV6 iTUTT Wt, OR. V=» VS A W6\\ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f*usr- UP V€ 1D£ OP A STEEP CLIFF A F160RE T-BONE STEAKS THE BEST IN TOWN 50o. Good Coffee TOM'S CAFE 105 N. Second St. rhonc 17 gglmypraR onakle, Thicei^ BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOi'I'E PLATE LUNCH - 20c Sandwiches and Fountain Service WRIGHT'S FIVE-AND-TEN CENT STORE see CAUSED THOSE STRANGE STRANGER By Blosstt AUTIOOSLV THIS LOME ITS VJAY ALDUS A BV ITS O^M FEET; CMER -/EARS....!••* HOM'N POP f HO IS THIS STRAhiSE FISOSe? -AWO WW WILL. BE MIS ATTITOOC JD FfZECIiLSS?? 1fa<&>>& TURNING THE TABLES By Cowai O VOU KNOW IT'S WTEP S\X 1 . \KNPy Wf> PO VJIV-V- BC UOMC AMV THOW VJQH'T HR/C TIMC TO FIM\SW ^HE ClGHTECM

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