The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 3, 1930
Page 7
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1930 -—- - • BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS u-wo cents n. word for Orst in- irnlon and cne c*at t WJri (or Mch lubjequtnt Insertion, No idvcrtljeinent taken lor less thau Sue. Count UM words and tend the ii»«li. Phone 308 Luxora Society—Personal candidate for ReprcsenlnllTO ' In local high scliool, has retuvncd Congress, -14th District, spoko' 111 1 ' here fiom Cape Olrardeau, having TOR SALE Eat NUT3- FISHER'S FROSTY -Fresh Bally. DO- tf. FOR RENT FOR RENT: Four room anartmcnt completely furnished. Call 650 or %8.-L. L. Ward. Slctf FOR RENT—Two modern! 'stucoo buildings, corner Franklin and' Missouri, and 512 N. First. Dr. J. A. Saliba, Phone 410. 29P-K5 FOR HENT-Twc. furnished light hcutekcepii 1 .'; romis. To couple- US West Mis:: P1-K15 Mesdames Alvln Wimderllck and Hay Graham were Memphis vlslt- orsj Tuesday. Mrs. Walllie Howard and children were Blytheville shoppers Tuesday: Mrs, Bartle Bond and Mill Doll lo -'Goswick were s;ytnevllte visit- or's'Wednesday. Mr."M- Bernstein was a business visitor'a*. Earle Tuesday. Mrs. Raymond Owen was the jjuesl of to parents, Mr. and Mrs S:T. Ncrman of Rosa, Wednesday •Mrs'i 'Allen Barren was the guest I of Mrs. J. D. Briltian In Portage- vlllc.'Mo., Monday. MrsJ W. w. Hughes-and son, Rex, of Huffman were the gu^ts of Mrs. Marlon Crlder, Sunday. , Ailcn Barren and nay Cardweil KoV. 1. on Saturday morning, ispcnt the cotton iilcklng vacation there. Oivllle Zlmmers-rtan, of Kennctt Mlss »« rnlc < Holllngsworth had business in Ca.d.el, *»«« prettiest ^U has PAGE SEVEN dale Thursday and Friday. Gilbert Smith of Scnath in Cardwell Saturday. y p L I'.ad the IOCR I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brewer and sons of Geneva, Ark., vlslled Cardweil Tuesday. In Prlt( . na -, d| paslor 0 , church, is tak- without children, sourl. FOR. \ RENT,T-Front bed rocm. • v steam hcatert, adjoining .tain, 003 West, Main. Phone 042. 3C-TF FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, garage Dougan. if de;ired. 305 3P-K7 FOR RENT —• Modern home on West Walnut. Bee G. G. Caudill. 3P-K13 FOR RENT — Modern five room home ccrn?r Ash and Division Apply 1315 West Main. 3C-KO WANTED—w:>ite housekeeper for • family of four. Must be near middle age and settled. Phone 79(5 or 333. 3C-K6 WANTED—Family washings, blankets, nuilts.'. Mrs. Lake St. Farmer. 703 3P-K10 WANTED—To rent—3 ov 4 fur nlshcd rcoms or small house, ai once. Address • "H", Tc Courier News. 3P-K5 Cooler News Notes VcTiion Bishop, Dorsey Walker and Miss Evelyn Blgyarl motored to Dversburg, Term., recently to visit Miss Mary Oca Baker, formerly of Cooler. While there the party went to Reclfoot Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beckham were recent visitors in Steelc. Elsie Dunivan of Sjimford visited nicnd Owen siwnt the week end in Ova Watson here Tuesday. ' ' ' Tenn., with Mrs. Bar-' Mr. and Mrs. John McClure visited in Stcele recently. ren's-mother, Mrs. Will Gean. •'M. 'C. Cook spent Saturday with relatives In Blytheville. Mrs. Herman'Spicer was a uus'.- e.s visitor in Osceola Friday. Mrs. E. A. Moffitt spent Saturday in Newark, Ark., attending to some business. Mr. p.nd Mrs. B. W. Thweat and Mrs. Ora Hill -.vere Blytheville visitors Thursday. Glyn White, who has been confined in a Sikcston hospital has re-| her bed wilh typ-.iold fever; lurried home, though he will have!also hns_ ing a post-graduate course In Cooler htgii school. The senior class of the high school regrets to lose Mary D;a Baker who has moved to Dyersburg, Tenn. ( Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rushing have moved Into the beautiful and attractive dwelling Just built by Mr. Rushlng's father, L. L. Rus'ning. Mr. Rushing is principal of the Lake Farm scliool and Mrs. Rushing is teacher of the primary class of Cooler grade school. Miss Ruby Brooks recently visited Misses Matlle and Bcrnicc Holliiiysworlh. Chas. D. Travis made a business trip to Caruthersvillc recently. Mrs. Sallic Ford Is confined to slie timird to (heir home al Jonesboro, A:k •Mr- ;n'..l Mrs. naburii Hatleynl- tcndi'i! Sunday scl-.ool at Slci'lc, Sunday. Mr,-- >;orn Woods of Hie I.akc Farm lu-, ixien shopping in Cooler rwcntly. The two-weeks evangelistic campaign :-u;:iUictcd by Rev. Stephenson lv.ii boon a success with good ciiil.niv;,; nearly every evening. John Handcock ot Lepanlo, Ark.. Is. S|:.r..!!iii{ several days here with tl.'i-v aiid friends. to return al short Intervals for treatment. E. S. Huff- spent Wed- Cardweil News Notes nesday here. Constable W. O. Kearney of Slcele attended lo business hefe Friday. Prof. Chas. E. McClard, teacher of science and mathematics in the Miss Golda Woptlard and Lulhci G. 1'arkham, both of Cooler, were recently married In Dlythevllle b> Justice T. E. Williams. Mitses "Sis" and "Pinle" Mlchie were Steele visitors recently. Miss Hnzcl DcBakcy was a recent guest ol Miss Susie Terry. Jack and Cecil Baggett who have Orleans Cotton Nl:V. r ORLEANS, NOV. 3. (UP) — Colti-:; Closed steady. Open High Low Close .. 1123 11>7 1115 H1C . 1130 1133 1130 1130 . 11G2 11G5 1151 1105 .. 1185 11S7 1118 mil ., 120! 1200 1107 1197 12M 1221 1220 12201) Dec. Jan. Mai. May Julv Ocl. Sp:'.s steady nnd i:nehanged 1080. •V k Cotton OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Aheru Nr.YV YORK. Nov. 3, (UP)-Col- Ion iv.v:c! barely steady. O[>?:i iijf'h Low Clo.-.e Dec. o:<i nn 1121 IIH ins Dec. urn-.- 1124 112-1 1115 1115 Jan. <;M 1138 1H1 1128 1129 Jnn. new 1140 1M1 1130 1132n Mar 11G3 11G9 1154 1154 MOV .... 1185 1190 1170 1178 July .... 1205 1200 1195 1105 Oct 1220 1220 spent several weeks here, have re- Spots steady at 1120, up.5. LOST AND FOUND Eat FISHER'S BREAD—Fir.c for Roy Rupert Clark, who .has been wilh ihe Joe F. Pits show the past | season, returned to his home here last Monday after the show's clos- jnj al Lennox, Tenni. • M. Bishop and P. A. Filz'geraJJ had business in Kemietl, Thursday. •Mrs. Lillian White head of Ptfra- gould visited in Cardweil Tuesday, i 'Ira Sheppard, of Cardweil, anil Miss Rachel Hyde, of Hebor Springs, Ark., were married by Justice Long in his office here on October 27th. LeRoy Sisk. who has been tho Joe P. Pits show the past season, returned to his home here last week .oliowiug the show's Closing at Sandwiches. tf. WANTED Eat FISHER'S CAKES PIES—Fresh Dally. AND tl. WANTED — Pamily Washings. Washed and -.ironed by competent white v.viman. 704.& Lake St. Mrs. Brown. 17ck-tf PERSONAL • : • TAXI— F. A. MCGREGOR 'Day or Night Service, Phone 16 .1C-K30 •IN- THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY •:- OhANCEHY'"-COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. American Building ar.d Loan As- Esoialion, ar.i W. L. Dclony as Trustee, Plaintiffs, C. H. Garner, ct al., Defendants WARNING ORDER. The defendants, C. H. Garner Id! L. Garner and King.-Haasc Furniture Company are warnet to appear in Ihis court within thirty days from this date nr.d answer the complaint of the plain- titfs, American Building and Loan A!acciatioii, ' and \V. L. Delony, Trustee. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of the above court this 1st day of November. 1930. W. W. HOLL1 PETER, (Seal) Clerk of the above Court. By Harvey Morris, D. C. 3-10-17-24 are some of the reasons why his friends have coined a simple expressive of the superlative: "Busy?" you might hear o:ie of them say. "Why, I'm almost as busy as Art Woods!" Paving and Sewer Taxes District No. 1. Now Due G. G. CAUDILL, Collector. Upstairs In Farmers Bank Bldg. NOTICE With our recent partnership with Mr. Gco, Carney, we now have the lest equipped independent shop in town. CAKNEY-JENKINS GARAGE Pickwick Building '-'ViK know we know how" Mre. E! J. Blackshear., Mr. and Mrs.'Floyd Vail, and Mrs.' McClure, all of Silverdale, visiled in Cardell Wednesday. Roy Clark, and noy Stanflll.had business in Blytheville Thursday. Miss Violet Shaffer .and Mrs. Eliiabelh StoiK visited relatives at. Maiden last -week. • ( ilr. and Mrs. Jimmy Fielder! moved Friday from Arbyrd into the' J. T. Wood house on west I'oole- street- • •' .j I. P. Hyde of Heber Spriiigs, Ark. visiled in Cardweil last' week. B. H. Moore of Kcnne'lt was a Cardweil' visitor Wednesday. . . Miss ifary Smith was called to : her.hcm?.,at K;nnett Thiirsday ow-' lug io the death of. her grand-. mother, . " t ' Mr.'and ill's. L. : P. Wjg'ger and son have returned after a visit with relalives and friends in Si. Louis. Max Grater, Richard Lockard and Roy Clark were Paragould visitors Tuesday evening. Miss Onit Lee Hicklin lias returned from a visit with relatives in Cape Girardeau Mrs. "Spud" Holcomb was brought ho in? Tuesday ironi the icspital at Paragould. Roy Nichols, of Bernte, and Miss Hester Faulkner of Cardweil, ! were jiarrj'd by Justice Loni; In hu ol- ice here Tliursday. Miss Ola Garner of Monetle, Ark. visiled ill Cardweil last week.. JTrs. Clyde Burcham. Mr. and Mrsr. Herschel I.amliert. and Mrs. D. Meadows, visited at Paragould Thursday. Mrs. Ernesl Jones and Mr. • and Mrs. Boh Jones had business at Para'gould Wednesday. .' ,ilr- and Mrs. M. Bishop and Mis. /•fancy Bishop have moved in the f! 4- Fitzgerald property on Main gfte'et. V ' ''F.ri(iay'evening. October 31st,. the follpiving candidates spoke in Card- wclU'Eimer Hicklin, candidate for R.K:'o*d--':' of Deeds; C. H. P.obards. candidate for Presiding 'Judge of County Court. ."Mrs.'N. Vaughn and-' children have'returned to their home at FJiii't, Mich, after A Visit with Mrs. Vaughn's parents and other rela- "j C amcs F. Fullbright, Democratic It's "100 to 1" Shot •That repairs are needed on your Jiome. The sooner you get them done the less they will cost you. Fix up the place and Watch the dispositions of: the whole family at once brighten up and become more sunny. /Call for suggestions and, -estimates.- . . : -\ •• <•" ..)-.. | , ij Pay Out of Income If You Wish Check This List it • See If your home needs any ' ( ' of these repairs or : * v - improvements ,-, More closet space • j Shelving 1 •• Cupboards . Doors in!-!Garage ii..Ntw walks or drlvewaja l t v New floors "over old - 1 "-Roofing o.% 1 '• Screens or screen.doors '• Kcpair or recover side : l waits - New front entrance . '.'. i.WinilOHE or frames •New trim Partitions Enclose porch -To KMOW VF ~ft\e LIVJE UP THIS — MljToR 'QQPLE, I'M LQOKlMO RiR — A soR-f oF AH, osese , FAT GUV wrtH kMoui OF LAPS 9 LASf HOUSE UP TK(5 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Mar tin A DILUMMA F0« JIMMY LUMBER : ^jp. j' - „. *.».. .-"-• -, ai.tiTr.. LUMBER CO > : PM Gfl^lB IOO *&•" ARKANSAS^ We -Do The Res-fc-" , ^~' PLATE LUNCH 20c "•'; Sandwiches and Fountain Service WRIGHT'S F1VK-AXD-TEN CENT STOliE —Auto Parts—i - Why Pay More? IACKSON 'AUTO PAJITS Main at 21st 'call 66 Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing in Income Tax, ' Bookkeeping Systems Phons 52 Ingram Bldg, Blyllievllle, .Ark ! WERT JH6 Makes'Em See HOO CflM COME OVltR 10 MY. A FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ••* Y. B. WASHAJI—Transfer ; rt'aiiy : trips, lo Memphis. Will • tick up nnd deliver freight and p'ack'agcs anywhere. Special fates on carload lots. . Local Phone SSI ^Icmphls Phone 3-3:< ICECKLES S.WD.TUe CLO I-IERWT ARE DOOMED TO BS ~<K BLACK. CAJJERN, AS -me . DACIWS CURREMT CLOSER AUD CL056B... OOUT SAV TrlAT- AWT UICHED AS AS VW6 GoT OUR IN THEY.GO! • WA Hy WASH TURNS SURPRISE ATTACK . By.-; Crane. SPECIAL Merchants Lunch " '•?. 35c : TOM'S CAFE •'' OUR PREMIUM is grinds to suit your taste and (he best workmanship. We deliver promptly. You pay for what you get and rfcl what jou pay for. Blytheville Upholstery i Repair Shop J. H. Jenkins, JIgr Phone 4CD 117 S. 'lat. St W6.Y, EPA*, WRE A %OW ToTAVCE US OUT TO TW

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