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THURSDAY, FfeBHUARY 20, 193L IILYTIIEVILLK, (AUK.)' COURIER NEffS •PAGE'FIVE; CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word ior tot Insertion #nd oue cent a word 'or each subsequent Inieillon. No advertisement taken lor less than Ma. Count the words and send the cash. L'lumc 300 SALE TOK SALE—Baby Chicks. All var- ie;ics. Custom hatching solicited Marilyn Hatchery, Bijl-i'vJIe. . 20-CK-IT IIIX- FOR SALE—50 white leghorn liens at 15= each, nl once. J. M. Harding, Rome 1. 23P-KM FOR SALE--At sacrifice to settle estate, beautiful black, brand new Oakland eight sedan, ti wire wheels. Purchased by lady who became suddenly ill and never recovered. Can be seen at Dent's Garage Opposite Noble Hotel. K. M Palrcs, Administrator, Box 551 S'.ccle, Mo. 23C-K2 FOR SALE—Two incubators, one 60 egg anJ one 150 egg. Mrs. J B. Ciark, Phone 1517-F2. 25C-K23 KENT FOR RENT—Furnished roeni with bath and furnace heat. NO. 1110 ChiclsBJ-awba Avc., Phone No, G45. FOR RENT — Bedroom, private bath, close in. Phone 185J. Mis. Belle M. Wood. 13C-TF FOR RENT—Nico front bedrooms, convenient to bath, excellent n;eal3. reasonable rent. Mrs. Laughlin, U15 Main, Phone 310. 19P-K2 HEHE To krff> Mr from dull In Hrcl T!in»h, I aim Ul-:il KM.A TOI.l.lVHII. itaushlrr ut n inlnt»UT uiiiJ •Irinlnuirlitrr of ibr tiralltiT nntl \ndu\Ktnt former I'llllj VAN OUOItN, trgaalitil a Jun'or Ouuiilrj Club. I1AKI) llfll.l.OWAYi • you«E nrlUl «!io 11:11 hobulnif 1hnn:i;li ihp rulliilr)-. Kto|i[ird In Hi-lt Thru*!'. Aclrncti-il li.v t'.laztr, be nsrtjcil in ulny and |i:ijnt iicirlrah* nnil drvin-nlc tlif rtulihouaf. lie kU£3rKleil kfndln^ lo 1'Mr:i£" for A'll'Of.O rAl.l.KNO, vrlir> rnirlil cook nnil *!ns :mil Ktnmi n cultnr, II[|| Mcolo cnuld not coinr. Ill hit iilnri- i-nmi- Ibrre of b[« fuunlrjjnrn. ANC F.I.O eoultl [il:iyi I'ji'rruo i'ouU conitt m:xn'n could Ainu.' (linger look ifat-m on. IlrKlnnIii^ Co rrnll/e hr i> :in In ioif nllli <;ir>sir, IMr.l >uci:r»lril IfiLilnK. llu( I'lill ticriiiruled him Ki %!.iv Itm^iT MJ. llii'lr piii'M. iind I.IIL- ivrulr In Sl'i:l-:l> llll.VKV. n fin Hfr rrConil or (ittiKvr'K. IIIIL) In- Tlleil lihu. Shr foil he \vnuld filvr llnrt] »rnjie conuipll t[nn. fihiKer uirl ilil« tuuvf ti? InvK- ln- IM1TV SKAIIS m ml"' vmf or .Sliced. Wlirir Si'Wii iilird tk:it Ur IMI» hrlnplnp Ills »l»trr *ltr nlmi IHTIiiuJcd ItllllJ 1 JArliSIIJi In eo]itr. mit! IMdy ilcoldril ILI li^ll llilllBt IIV li>' k<T|iIn^ Cliicrr nnj ll:ird Ki'lMirulcil. 'I'liU Tic illt]. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahern ' ' : ^ : ' n regular plgcca CM*';t," said Hard, carefully closing Hie door. "See how It Is bulli for air I'm going to lake tlic bin! mvuy oiieucil Ills cnso ot drawings. Ho mi through them quickly, -one after another, uiilll ho found llto OHO ho Bought. Renlto'a where 11 Is quiet ami sUo It wator." coiner of the old house, wllli the So ho tooli It In the basket to a lilamins lloivercd vines, the slurring corner ol tho t\a\ci veranda, illlcd ishadoiv fif 11 hutniuliiulilrd jiautlus- a small Bauccr wllli cold v\jtui. jly roSo:l for a 11101:11:111. tlio gnarled Iricd lo tempt It wUli scod* and jolil ireii, llio queer low utllo Mn- spices from llio lillclicri. Dm iliirlduw iimlcr llio oavos, Hcnllo's htrd- in (ilngcr'a rjtr, ho ij^iLiitrrcdi it ili.it. Ho was =UTO tr.t nest ilc- vc-!ij|):iicnt \vould bo at [Joosndeo ii.il ho nlslicil to lie In the thick ct t. tolt lliero would Lo iiioro need ot lielr nsstslanco thcro — where Maiktr wiis—and tho money. h:u:fi'. ;ind on llio .sill, u tnl, rulfed, -[! llr.rd!" slio (ollcrcil. "It-Is! 1 I):M dtiuljt crtiiic uulclily. "We can nut Iw culirely tine, Hani. All bird would ncilhcr cat nor itrinU. Batd seated lilinscK nc-ar It, lipped back Ills chair, ami sat up u silun: guard. "Yon don't have to stay [here, i Hard," called 1'hil [ro:u Ilic win 'pigeons look alike—" dow. "It Is quite sate In llic ba^ j -M^ no, look, U Is Ibc runic. Ilc kct." |<nld they were dovc-9. I1IJ yon tlco ilu: blnl down sthlis'.' H'liut color—llio way fcho swells licr throat-look nl Ibc wlnEs—lliey are "1 shan't let It out ul mr slulit for a minute." dcchivnl Haul. "I'm afraid something ini^hi liappeu. It'e terribly iuu^rlaiit." For lialt an hour lie sat there, smoking, bllcutly rumiuallus. l':iJdv d lie hr lll^lilr cnn- :inil ll:lnl 1n- -li 1,1 Clni:i-r i SiirrJ. ilr.u-. KPIIii-r ulill /lild ii:ilrfd 1^117 "IT n] Uivryono h:iii :i iiiUt-r.nlr >lf:m\tlil[c, llfnllo h:id n^ lri|> lu Clslrngii nnd trlKruriJ \ pri'iculft fur ill) niul n gilnt blllnnp Cinurr nnil httlil hi-r rniMiini. llv Llik-il hU ilnir. \lth Oj-, my lilcnd," said I'lill, wlilto lips, "I waul you to eo with Ihud." 1-Mily lind no moro to say nnd v-.lihhi livo tulnulca liicy wcro ^liv-'tditiK nlong tho country road lo- «ard Mill Hush, nllli Hard sl liim a cryuilc 'account of tho iasi disclosure. "Hum. not so good," stitd Kilily IhatiBlitfully. "Ttiniika for Icltlna :iu lu. I'll lako orders, llcw 1110 Llicso iiltlols? 0. K.7 I'm nfrniU we'll liavo trouble. Well, llnli'a lonscr than llio wines n( orillnnry iherc. That will c'vo tin even num- • liiiiil. tdily p.-itn nil,) ll \\tza rd to nt- lha lh:it Cli'l-.vr nnil . lluril rir- Anil nl that FOR RENT—Furnished apartment 108 VI. Kentucky. Phone 083. 10P-K2G FOH RENT—120 acres 1 mil; north of Luxora. Cash or crop rent. A. G Little, First Na'Jona! Bunk. 21C-K2B FOR RENT—6 room r.oiue, newly decorated, Garden. 110 Cherry. Phone GU. 25P-K2 FOR RENT—Bed room, 110 Dougan Phone 2CO. 2CP-K3 WANTED WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and ircned by compe tent, white woman. Mrs. Brown, 104 S. Lake St. 17CK-TF POULTRY WANTED—Market prices, any quantity. Marilyn Hatchery, 210 S. Fourth St. 9C-TJ WANTED TO BUY—A good truck r«~CO.-"1Sr 'Bageett-, - 'JOT N: - Fitth Phone 846W. 24C-K27 POULTRY WANTED — MRrki prices paid at C. 1>. Bennett Co Feed Co. 210 N. Railroad St., wes of courthouse, J. E. Fisher, Phon 64. 24C-TF WANTED—Sewing—Coats relined prices reasonable—Fur cord specialty—had experience j n M plm Fur Shop. Memphis, Tcnn Mrs. Sippie McGauglicy, 213 w chcrl -y. 26P-K1> note Una fmlnil, conlnlnlnjj n dr- m:ind fur jm< I'lill Inimr- ilMlclr ivlrcd to C!»Icn;;ii for (lie im:nrT nnil a |i:ilr lit lirlv:i(e <lr- lri*llvi'!«. \Vhr:i the dclriMlvr* ur- Tlvril rliry ilUL-liiki-il tli::t Oitlon 1V|1» no: Slirrd'a *l«lcr, mid Sliced UKirrlrd. Ani;plu. 1'lctro :inil Jlrnllt) ivtre ciuc-Mlnncd nnc] ihrlr «lorlr» tfilllC4i \vllli Ibe detectives' re- l»ori* cm lliem. A t,:nkcl rltntnltiUii; n rnrrlff plgeun u:,a drl^cn-il nl (lit- Tnl- llivr Ilium- ivlili hiKlrupliiiiiK to f:ixl«rn the monvy In I [» irnnrli nnd Trtense II. While 1)107 tnllicd ilie lilKCon camped In tbe room. r.ow fio i-.v iviTii THE STOHV CHAPTER XXXV11I B ARD slood on a clialr and goolly released tbe bird. He held it firmly against bis arm, Ills hand caressing it. "Oli, It's frightened," lie, said. "Its heart is pounding. Wo must quiet! It—to carry lliat money back for Ginger." • The others were white wltli fear. H the pigeon had returnc-d to Its loft without the ransom money, would tbo abductors have taken it for curt refusal? And in that case, wliat of Ginger? ;rv-"Be careful, my dear :boy," -said Phil faintly, "1'ut it back ia the basket." TTE tiptoed suddenly over nnd 40! •" down on Ills linccs. tcforu '.M basket. I'liron^h the len^cly woven duor hu |:«urcd in, lo insure Him-1 self lliat llio pl3?on was not hurl —thai it would bo able to carry llio money back svliciicc It had come. It was crouching In llio corner— a fal bird—strong— Us he.id rum pled <luv.u hiio Us bnnclicd-ur throat—113 feathers rnftlcd up pro- tectlusly agninst soino unknown fear. A sudden Illckcr of rccagnl- lion stirred hi Bard's memory—lie stared nnd siarcd. ISluc ijray—the shino of green at tlic Ihronl. Conviction surgeil over him. Ho stooil up dizzily, Ills hand against his forehead. "I'lill," l-.o called, and Ills voice 1:33—very strong. Sco rclnl IU:KO:|, Btiliillko build—no onilr.ary iiiscou, I'lill! No dovo. Tliul is llio lilril froni Hcnlto'B blrd-hoiiae. flc fjl tbat tAsliel in the car with ' 113 today when l-o was loading up.' j "0\ my iioor child! What sinll j I wo ill). UardV You aro rlBlit." : "Ilo iiiint liavo acc(ini|illccs." Eald Hard. Uiluklns i|ulckly. "1 am sure Glnecr is not on tlio place. Tho accomplices Imvo not her somc- ivliere. but Ihc hlrd will take the money to Hcnlio. As ooou aa ho gets it, ho will doubtless rejoin bin companions and* Ibey will try to gel ;iw;iy vltli llio money. If we wnleh Hcnito nnd follow him we will at knst find where they're But bcr." 11TT must bo tho threo ot Ihcm— •*• Angelo aud 1'lelro. They aro stammered. She hurried out. "Tho bird—It Is all ris'-K!" llo took her lianil In his wllh n rip that brulseil her liuijc-rs. "Sli! —dou't Ejteak," ho whispered. "Have—have you ever sceu tuat bird befora?" "Card, you frishten me! 01 course not." "Well, 1 have. Listen, don't at-i (i!cm tract allentlon. Tho detectives all In it together." "I supnore-so. Lei nio so and— bo iherc—lo sco where they go—to liirs unless tlioy livtnj; up Ibo nc- c.niipllcc'3. Wljeio undor noavcn do )uu buiniose tiicy'vo uot herV" XWITII no notion of limy ihluga would develop llicy cnnlj mako no plans lu advance, only determined lo bo constantly on tho alert, lo keep l!c:ilto In sight cveiy mo- ineiit. and lo follow un every clianco duo Uial ml^ht lead lo (Jlu- Advised of lliclr approach by Ibo roaring motor, every one at Mill Itush was wnlllng for them nl tlio oiiles nnd nt first sight of Ibo familiar fnces Jcnky broke into' * nervous lears, "What news, vlmt news?" de- omndcd Holt. "I'lill snys they nro lo cull for llio money at one o'clock. She wouldn't tell who was to como for It. doesn't want lo scaro them oft. 1 suess, She wouldn't oven tell Marker niul ho'n prctly soro. But slio thinks they'll "Hut Bard,'It (bey sn=i':.' r J.od \von't llicy get sonio elg* m] to their necninvllcci aod—cut Oinsc-r in [jreat nau^erT' "1 won't let them know I suspect them. 1 will preletul wo know notb- IL- Lot tlieiii have tbo money—let tet away—but I must find .. iprotably brlns Ginger here, or turn FCO llicy arel hcr ]oosa 0]J l]|Q rM(l B( , mclvt .— where Ihey. havo her—mako sure they do not harm her—unless It Is tco late. Let mo lako Eddy." "Would Marker bo belter?" "No. It he goes they will know tiiey are suspected. Let ua try ! what wo can do." face. "Co, iny dear boy," she Eald, "nnd God help you. Do not let him know r;hat you suspect. l*ct bim hare the money. Just try to find her. -1 will set the pigeon tree at one o'clock—with tho money." B ARD closed mid locked ll:ec!corj \Vhcn Eard suEEeslcd to Eddy ot liis room behind them and [that they take a run out lo Mill would ruin everything. We must do it alone. 1 saw that bird at Mill Hush. On—Benilo's window. 1'hil, slia's in terrible danger. IJenito— Iho monster—he's got her." "IJurd— r,o—" "Come up'Stairs. I will prove it ] " TVars~Btreaincd down tl you. Sh! Tell tUem It la notU- ing." O'hey moved toward tho stalls, walking sliflly, trying to ossiiice an air ot nonchalance. and £bo may como alone. So sho asked us to como and wait In caso slio does. I'lverythlng 0. K. hero, eb?" "Still as the grave," growled Holt discontentedly. "Lilio Murker to inry mo hero alivo so ho can tako ill tlio credit. Tbero won't ho nny- .liins going on in this dump. We'd bo moro help in lown." "Wo didn't waut to come cither," confessed Eddy. "Hut Mlsa I'lill p.sked us and wo couldn't refuse. 1 tbcro is a clianco that fjln- ger may bo somewhere In neighborhood." When nf*cr n few mtniilcs ot disconnected talk ot tlio possible developments the others drilled away upon their own nffntrs, Ucnllo followed Hie boys tn tho lauding. (To lie Contlftiiixl) OltUINANCG yo. 373. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE LICENSING OP SELLERS OP GOODS, WARES AND WEKCHANDISE BY AUCTION SALES; PROVIDING PENALTY FOB VIOLATION OP SAID ORDINANCE AND FOR OTHEP. PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OP CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS: Section 1. It shall te unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to engage in the business of selling or oflcrini; for sale within the City of Blyllicvillc any goods, wares or merchandise by auction sales without first having procured the license herein provided for; provided the licence herein provided privilege of selling r ^*Sje:^~ FAY 0. DAVIS rhone -tel Coats Relined— Dresses Ilemoilclcd— Everything Cleaned. KE-IS'U CLEANERS rhonc 1(9 or offering TG:- sale goods, waros and merchandiso by auction sales FhaM be In addition to the license provided for merchants by Section 2 of Ordinance No. 243 of the City of Biythcvilie. Section 2. Before any person, firm or corporation shall sell or offer to sell any goods, wares or merchandise by auction In said city, the person, firm orcorporationshall first procure from the City clerk of BIytheville a license to do so, which license shall be issued for each day and for which said applicant shall pay and the city shall receive, the sum of twenty- ive. dollars per day. Section 3. Any person, firm or corporation violating the provisions ol this Ordinance shall be deemed ;uilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof flnrd in any .urn not less than one hundred dollars nor mere than live hundred dollars for each violation of said Ordinance. Section 4. All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith' are hereby repealed; that large crowds attend such sales and i: is necessary to provide police protection, that it is necessary to regu'.ale and supervise such auction sales, this Ordinance is necessary for. (he Immediate preservation of tlie public pzace, health and safety, an emergency is declared to exist and this Ordinance shall take effect nnd b= in force from and after its passage, assed February 10, 1931. APPROVED: NE1LL RZED, Mayor. ATTEST: S. C. Craig, City Clerk. 12-19-2G-5 Ncio Orleans CoUon NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 20 lUP' — Gotten closed steauy. Oc--?n High Low Mar May Jnl Oct Dec . 1115 1135 1163 118!) 1203 1219 Jau Sr.ots steady nnd 1090. 1121 1131 1177 1202 1217 1227 1115 1135 !1R1 1183 1203 1317 1115 1140 IlEi mi 121C3 . New York Cotton NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (UP)-Colton clcsed barely steady. Open HiEh Low C!os? 1115 1125 Ill'i 1137 IISO 1131 1IG1 1175 11G1 1189 1201 1189 1203 1219 1207 1210 1224 1214 On Fob. 20, 1802, Vic'.or Huso, the gieatest French poet ol his century, • n distinguis'r'.sd (iramatbt, novelist, | rs^ayist and politician, WAS bsrn at !'?ssncon, France. As a cliild IK was taken iu the Train of his father, a FrMt-h Ben- c;sl. Uuougli southern France and finally into Spain, where his edu- ' 113las.'' the French academy admit led Huso to its membership. To dis'.ract himself from the grief occasioned by the drowning of Ills I daughter, lingo plunged into poll tics. Created a peer in 18-15. ):c sa In tho Constituent Assembly France, v/hen he \vas banishct from the country by Lsnis Hapa lean, Htiuo went to Brussels and London where he b:gan Ills "Les Miscrablcs," iierlmp? hb greatest Mar May Jill Ccl Dec Jan 1117 1133 11CJ UBi) 1207 1214 Spots quiet at 1125, off 5 cation \vns begun at Nobles' College, Madrid. Hugo married a. cousin in 1822. work. He uU'd in Paris at the ago of 83. History \Vritlcn in I.orjjliand BEKTO.N", 111. (UP)—A book ol 300 page^. in which is recorded with a nuili pen a history of the Revolution, as v:ell as lessons in arithmetic and rules of business, is owned Four years later his tragedy "Ci-oni- liy Frank S'.rmBflcld, repairer will" established him the Scarier of! violins, H v:as written by his e' the romantic movement in Utera-1 grandfather. John Stringlield, from tine. With the success ol his "Riiy I ITiO to 1183. Ves, OF COURSE! PROPOSITION ISTfi C5&r OliT A BOOK, USflAlfl QT "Trie ECLAY MUST A SOCIAL His socks THREE WAVS.,. BECAUSE ' Heeu AM 1 TOE ARE AUWAVS CUT OF n BIOtjRAPrlV OF EACrf OWE * ^ OF COURSE, IT WILL BE A "FORM OF SOCIAU UoT IS ABSQT?BlM<3 UPSTARTS. tM OME.1S 1 CIRCLE, OT? AU E(}UAU H&OPUES OUT? LIWEAGE "To BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES SOLI)!! By Martiij Local and Ion? distance hauling. Special rales on carload lots. Team for local hauling. V. R. VTASIIAM TKANSFCB 1400 Chlckasaivb.% rhonc 851 JACK DEI.K Radiator Expert, Is now uith us. Nev; and Used Kadiators For All Cars Jackson Auto Parts 2030 W. .Main—Phone C6 HAY One bale ov a train load. EAR CORN", shuck on, 83c hu Slinck off, £Cc per bu., in car lots. Cotton Stiles Sales Co., Inc. Blythevlllc, Avk. Plior.c 174 or LD 1806. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF THE CHICKASAWBA DISTKTCT OF MISSISSIPPI COUN1Y, ARKANSAS. L. S. Mitchell, and J. L. Dean, •mister, Plaimlffs, . No. W13 vs. J. P. Tcmkins. Ruth C. Toinpkius, his wife. nr,d Alabama Fish and Oyster Company, a corporation, Defendants. WAI!XING ORDKR The dc-fcndaul.- Alabama Fishj and Ovster Company, of Mobile. I Alabama, is I'.crchy wanied to ap-' pcnr in this Court within thirty days nr.d answer the complaint filed herein by the plaintiffs. cr the same will be taken as contested. WITNESS my hand and seal C'.cr^ of the Chancery Court o Mississippi County. Arkansas. Tiiis Feb. 26, 1931. R. L. CTAINES, cicrk.; Uy Harvey Morris, D. CJ G. B. Scsraves, | Attorney. 26-5-12-17; LIMDVS OFP AWD v=>y UU23V 1>J AND SSE IF Twe HORSE is HOME J RON INTO A OvlAR5> FIRST TrtlMCr. 6££l I PONT KNOW WOT TO »O-WHETHER, To 6RNS HVS OUN AN' BliSTlMOME, OR W HS.THER TO WWX T AW TRUST TO LUCV< HE DPESNT RECCXsMIZEME; 6UESS I'LL . WMVC 60Tr^ RISK IT....WISH CAGEMEMT l£ OlOM'T LOVJt NOW PRCK'tS LIFE IS A \FAYORVT6 TRICK IN COSTA (jRMO&TO f\ p«\sonea TO escAPe so JRG W.VL. fi£ AM EXCU5E TO S iiMOWSTHIS, HE WoMOtRj I lAIMliTGW ISOU '(Ut LE<J£L,

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