MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1931 BIA'TllEVILLE, (ARK,)' COTJ1UEU NEWS PAGE.PIVB CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word (or first Insertion and one cent a word for each subsequent insertion. No advertisement taken lor less than We. Count the words and send the cash. Phone 306 FOR SALE TOR SALE—Baby Chicks. All varieties. Custom hatching solicited Irforilyn Hatchery, Blytaeville. 20-CK-TF Couvt for tlie Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days, and answer Hie complaint ol the plaintiff In lh« cause tliere pending wherein Peoples Building & Loan Association Is plaintiff and the above niuned, together with O. B. Boone and Annie J. Doone, his »ife, are de Jcndnnts. Witness my iiand as clerk ol said court, and the seal thereof, on this 19th day of January, 1031. (Seal) R. L. GAINES, Clerk, By Harvey Morris, D. C. Reid, Evrord & Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 19-26-2-9 FCH KENT FOH RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; modern conveniences. Address "K.", Courier Ne-*5. C-K-13 FOB RENT—Shane apartment, and live room house. Best of plumbing fixtures, light fixtures and heating plants. Both kept in perfect, condition. Telephones 191 and 511. cklC FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RUNT — Two rooms end bath, nicely furnished, private entrance, lights and water furnished. Only 520 per month. 715 Ash Street. 9P-K11 WAKNING O':i>ER CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Jonesboro Building & Loan Association, Plalntltl, No. 4879 vs. E. E. nyrd, et al., Defendant. The defendants, American Central Life Insurance Company are warned to appear w»Wn thirty days in Ilia court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Jonesboro Building ft Loan Association. Dated January 26, 1931. R. L. GAINES, Clerk, By Harvey Morris, D. C. Ivy W. Crawford, Atty. Ad Iltcm. 26-2-9-16 01)11 BOARDING HOUSE By Ahern WANTED PLAIN OR FANCY SEWING—Mrs. Allie Sisk, Phone 612. 124 Dougan. 4C-K11 POULTRY WANTED — Market prices paid at C. L. Bennett Co. Peed Store, 21Q N. Railroad St., west.of courthouse. J. E. Fisher. 4C-K10 POULTRY WANTED—Market p'rl- ; ces, any quantity. Marilyn Hatchery,' 210 S. Fourth St. BC-TF WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and Ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 704 S. Laio St. 17CK-TF 3-P ~ fe* '- ; '<£ .:: •. lo jilny in ut Mini Here aic Uan Hovrlcy, Munush, and Jewel Ens, right, pilot o[ Barney Dreyfuss' Plltsburghers. Manush oxpscls la have a big year In tlie outfield of the Washington Senators, while Messrs. Howley and Ens declare that their teams will be very much In the National League plcturo this season. Beaming rays of t'.ic sun overuesJ, warm sand underfoot and a who'.c o:crm Beach, rla.. made three of baseball's big shots lorgct their carfs ar.u worries, left, manager of the Cincinnati Reds; Heinle and Mrs. LOST AND FOUND WANTED — To buy nice second furniture cheap^for cash. Phone 492-W. 9P-K13 WANTED — Housekeeper,- at the Frisco Rooming . House, opposite Frisco Station. 9P-K13 LARGE Responsible Company has unusual opening in Blytheville for reliable man to take over established home service; excellent earnings; good references required; lifetime opportunity. Address R. C. Brooklns. 70 W. Iowa Ave., COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner, in compliance with the' terms of a decree rendered by ,'tiie Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on the 18th day of November, 1930, wherein The Commonwealth- Building and Loan Association, of Little Rock Arkansas, a corporation, was Plaintiff, and No. 4854 J. J. Hargelt, and Letha Hargett his wife, and Geo. R. Crockett, Trustee and J. W. Bader, were Defendants. will sell at public auction to the lighest and best bidder, on a crcd- t of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between .he Jiours prescribed by law, In he City of Blytheville, Arkansas m the 23rd day ot February, 1931 :hq following described real estate, o-wlt: Lot No. Three 'ia> in Block Six (6) Marsh' Addition to Blytheville, Arkansas. Said sale will be held and had to satisfy said decree in the sums ta S*ud, king of the kingdom*; | of the Heclfllaz and Dcdr. in Ara- 3ia, does not permit his subjects smoke. ™ smallest distance that has Ti.o human car is formed to rc- bt -» n »» Mred ls tilnt hetffecn " IV ° °'" y mt!l1 " K " l ' KiS ' an " " >C ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ U6ed [n ^^^ measut | ng aboul nre those of 10,000 air vibrations E lx billionth of an Inch. . , to Iho second. Memphis, Tenn. flC-KlO NEW John Deere stalk cutter tak en • from Lee Wilson Company warehouse at Anriorel. 410.00 reward will be paid for In form allot leading to its recovery. Lee Wilson Company; Armorel, Ark. 6C-K10 WARNING ORDER Odum B. TJoone, Allie Harrison Mrs. Allie Harrison, W. A. Snod gress and Helen F. Snodgrass ore warned to appear in the Chancery of $1048.93 with 9% interest from October 1st, 1930, and 5192.18 with 9% interest from October Stli, 1930 and the costs of this action. The purchaser at said sale wil be required to execute bond with approved' security, to secure th payment of the purchase "pries, ant a lien will be retained as additiona security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this the 3tst day of January, 1931. (Seal) HARVEY MORRIS, Commissioner. rewitt & Rogers, Attorneys. Coats Rclined— Dresses Remodeled— Everything Cleaned. RE-NU CLEANEKS Phone 179 Chrysler and Plymouth Parts To individuals or shops. 30% off. L. FOWLER Phone 888 AUTOGREASIHG ^/CA-SERVICE Gulf Service Station Phone Bryant Stewart, Main Mjr. & Division Red Ball Barber Shop 318 W. Main Williams & Damon, Prop. Felix Kyle, Fred Boyett, Guy Rogers, Virgil Williams, Enrl Damon. FAY 0. DAVIS Phones Z34 or 421 Local and long distance hauling. Srcclal rates on carload lots. Team for local hauliny. V. R. WASHAM TRANSFER 1400 Clilckasanba Plionc 851 JACK DELK Radiator Expert, is now \vlth us. New ""d ufecd nadiators For All Cars Jackson Auto Parts 2020 \V. Main—Phone 66 New York Cotton NEW YORK, Feb. 9. (UP)—Cot- closed barely steady. Open High Low Close 1058 1015 1050 1058 1084 1103 1.033 108S 1110 1127 1109 1111 1135 1152 1135 1133 1153 1170 1152 1153 1160 1113 11GO 11C2 unchanged at ar. lay uly )ct. cc. nn. Spats quiet and 070. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 9. (UP) — otton- closed steady. Open High Low Close 1056 1078 105G 1062 .... 1081 1105 1081 1085 .... 1108 1128 1107 1113 1135 1154 1134 1139 1153 1171 1153 1156b 1108 1103b Spots steady and unchanged 038. at Rocke feller 3i'd as $3-a-Day Juror Odd Jobs NowVthe time lo get the odd jobs done-Things you've not had the time to . .do. . It will cost less now than later And give work to others too. There is labor for the asking That will get repairing done Saw and hammer, rake and paint brush All await some needy one. Help the Jobless By Having Repairs Done Now Call Us For Information' and Prices If Your Homo Shows Symptoms of Decay; If it is Beginning to Have That Run Down Appearance. DON'T DELAY PHONE 100 and E. D. FERGUSON "The Doctor of Homes" Will Ro Right Out or Will Give You a Prescription for the Trouble. HAW BARUEV, tflAP, ~ KELP THE -frlua Wrlo BUR<SLES AFTER I GET -THE. WooPt-e rloLP-UP EUMI/klAToR -rde MARke-r.' ~ riM- AT Trie COMMAUP TO tfuLTJ MAUDS,-rue A WIRE FROM-fHe •RAISES HIS ATOMS' OFF A A BJLUE-r IHiTO "THE HOME TRQM ~ T^ 1 GUV Sit PS .OUT FPOM BErtWP A -T7?EE HEA-f oM ME AW 1 -fELLS ME -fO STiC!^ 'EM UP I DIDtf-f BU-r AM' Of WATcH TOR •*~ I TTES' CARRI6P IT TtiR LOCskTS 1 , HE BOOTS AND TIER BUDDIES > WHO?? ; By Martin >o * • t worn SWKT V\!t tt^U\W.O i*»Ct. \ 1XKICT tD WOWVf-CWbCW.1 VKXV, ' WW5 SOU) I ff . V! MaU.»-HT.OfT. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ANXIETY AT HOME! BIossui \O«6TH.1V1STOCO i TUFT'S To CALL TW6 HAY One bale or n trotii load. EAR CORN, shuck on, 880 bu. Shuck off, SGc per bu., iu car lots. Co I Ion Slntcs Sales Co., Ine. Blytheville, Avk. Phone 174 or I,D 1806. Heir to one of the world's greatest fortunes, John D. Rockefeller 3rd has gone to work for three dollars a day—as a Juryman. He Is pictured atove as lie answered a summons as a talesman In a fed?! 1 !!! court c.ise in New York. : Hc declined to ask lo be excused bscause he said he believed "anyone called for Jury duty should serve If he can do so." , FOR L^'ST STAND. S SURROON9 IV.NA. LOOKS TJAI) 1^) Cram BUT" RGHT ENDS ABROPTUVl ARMORED CAR K*ioov$ ms WA.SU THRflVJN TO IS COOL CUCUMBER. TURNS) QOT UtUTS. BKRRlCt\PE.S . . wOdLt) PULL SOWE BlUTV ^OUK, BUT HE'D »VT LEKST BESMhW dV^ To PRESS HIS SOUNERS UP To LOO.K L1K5 DAHDVTS.
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