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Blytheville, Arkansas
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TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1931 BIA'TIIEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEffS PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word for first Insertion and one cent a word f or each subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taken tor less lhau We, Count ths words and. send the cash. Phone 300 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Baby Chicks. All varieties. Custom hatching solicited Marilyn Hatchery, BlyUieville. 20-CK-TF FOR SALE—Alfalfa nnU timothy hay in car load lots or less. \V. II. Werner, Canalou, Mo. 27P-K13 Boss of White Sox FOR BALE—Ear and snapped yel- ' low corn. W. T. Riley, New Madrid, Mo. 27P-K7 FOR SALE—Trees and shrubbery. Reasonable. Will plant and guarantee to grow. W. S. Langclon, Despite Those Dirty Remarks White Sox Do'; Have Other Ball Players BY OWES (DOME) BUSH Manager, Chicago While Sox The White Sox will win more', games in 1031 than they did lasti season. It would take more than a mere manager, however, to i>re-, diet where they will finish in '.he I standing. ' In spite of Die Groves, Ferre!!s,| Crowders, Maloncs. Grimes' and Vanccs, I consider the While Sox pitching staff one of the best in, the major leagues, now Highway 61. 27C-TP FOR SALE—White rock cockerels. Mrs. Eugene Dickcison, Phone 1S07-F-3. 28C-K5 that it is WILL TAKE CAR as down payment on ten seres on highway. House and barn. Box 127, Blytheville. 21'-K5 RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room with bath and furnace heat. NO. 1110 Clilckasawba Are., Phone No. 045. FOR RENT — Bedroom, private balh, close in. Phone 185J. Mrs. assured that Alphonse Thomas lias', recovered from Ihe trouble thai handicapped his mound work last reason. Tommy won only five games for us last year, which isi unly a third as many victories as he won in his first year with the Sox in 1926, his worst up to 1030 I fully expect him to come thro'.i^h with 15 or more wins ihis season. Ted Lyons, tof. course, must be considered our ace piichcr. His record of 126 sanies won and only 102 losses in eight years bears this out. Ted Is always good for about 20 games. But we have other pitchers. I look for a great year Bel!e M. Wood. 18C-TP WANTED from WANTED — House-keeper. Apply Frisco Rooms, opposite Frisco • Station. 27P-K4 POULTRY WANTED — Market prices paid at C. L. Bennett Co. Feed Co. 210 N. Railroad St., west of courthouse. J. E. Fisher, Phone M 24C-TF WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and ironed by competent white woman. Mrs. Brown, 704 S. Late St. 17CK-TF POULTRY WANTED—Market pri- ccs, any quantity. .Marilyn Hatchery, 210 S. Fourth St. 9C-TF Caraway, who won 10 Bam?s last year in spite of ailinK tonsils and lack of weight. He has had his tonsils removed and has put on 20 pounds. And Hal McKain. who hurt his back and was of liltie use- to us last season, will be ready again. Red Faber should not be overlooked, either. Having the spitball all to himself in the American League this season, Faber may cause a let of trouble among the hllters. Then we will have yrazbr, who refused to report in 1930 to help us. I expect to use Garland Braxton and Jim Moore in relief work. Because of a lack of pitchers last season, I had to use Braxlon in starting roles but 11 believe he will be of most use in] saving games started by other 1 WANTED—Salesman with car. See Mr. Wood, No. 400 N. Fifth. are better 2P-KB WANTED—!0 acres to share crop. Good land. Address Box "B", Courier News. 3P-K6 LOST AND FOUND LOST—Letters, papers and poij- cies'^New York Life from car, Saturday night. Finder return to I.ouis Cherry. 2P-K5 1'ERSONAL pitchers. Everyone knows we fixed behind thc bat than at the start of the 1930 seaEon. Tate, Henline, Grubc and Berg give us a catching staff of which \ve ace not ashamed. Ttate looked fiu2 last, season after he came here in the t^ade with Washington. And they tell me Grube is the class of lha International League receivers. Our infield defense will be greatly improved. Radcliff Is going f " net his if fiance to play first bos< am to!*'he is a far belter fielder han any we had on (he sack last season. I do not know how he will hit big league pitching, however, will be helped at ahort. too, for Appling is better OUR BOARDING HOUSE ? By Ahern Pavine; Dislrkls 2 and 3 The Tax Books v:i)l close in a very short time. Thereafter the penalties and other costs will add 40To to your tax. You can sec the advantage in paying now. C. J. EVRARD. 27C-K13 ;c. I Iv.trcducinj Mr. Sullivan" FCRT MYERS, Fia.—There is a youthful 4-!-ycar-old in this town where Connie Mack brings his world champion Athletics to do their spring baseball calisthenics and if you CDtild see him nop through thc paces you'd swear !-.e was an eager kid trying to impress a veteran manager of his ability :n his first southern jaunt. Records disclose, however, (hat this is his 2Gih consecutive year in thc American League player ranks. Edward Trov.-hridge Collins \r, tl'.o youthful's r.ame. Ever I hear of him? Among other thincs 1 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Nnlice is hereby given that the uudersign?d. as Commissioner of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, acting under and by authority of the decree rendered on the 23rd day of February, 1931, ifi a cause pending in said court, wherein Tigcr-Levine Company, et al., were piaintifls, a:'.d Sindio Flagg. et al.. were defendants, will, on the Cth day of March, 1931, at the courthouse h' Blytheville, olfcr for sale to the highest bidder, upon a credit o: •three months, the following dc scribed ival estate located in said District nnd County, to-«it: The Northwest Quarter (NW'i) of the Southeast Quarter I (SE 1 ,) of Section Thirty-six (3G). Township Fifteen <15) north. Range Eight (8) east. Such sale will be made .subject to a prior deed of trust In favor of the St. Louis Joint Stock Land Jlank, and with the understanding Hint all taxes and special assessments which become due or have become due on or before the date of sale will be paid out of the purchase money. And the purchaser will be required lo execute bond with approved security to secure the payment of the purchase price and n lien will be retained upon the land as additional security. WITNESS my hand as such Commissioner and the seal of said Court this 24th day of February, 1931. (Stal) R. L. GAINES. Commissioner. Cecil Shane, Solicitor for Plainlifl. 24-3 [hird ase we have Kamni, Ci«cll, Kerr Mullenvy and Willmgham. About the Sox-Indian deal 111- rolving Kamm and Fonesca, all 1 can say is that there have been negotiations to that end on the part of Cleveland, but that our club hns no', seen fit to accept any such proposition up to this time. There are very few belter ii-™' 1 " Ihird bare-men in the game tnan Kamm. There remain"; no dcuot now 01 the hittins ability of Carl Reyno.ds nnd Smead Jolley, who showed great, improvement as outUclners last year. If we are able to return Johnny Wauvood lo thc outfield, we will have three irin who can and will deliver everything an cut- field is supposed to deliver. We are well fortified in «tra outueld- ~~ with Bob Felhcrg.ll'. Fred d I«n,«, from him was that it.« S 19Co that he walked inlo Connie Mack's office in Philad:!p:i:.» and inlrcduced himself as "Mr. S-.iilivan." "I was in school at Columni.i University ihen and I gave the name 'Sullivan' because I was suit eligible for football and baseball This Spitz lad. who is sometime cf a terror among high um;H-rs, laujht himself to jump. ... He had a set ol rigged up in his own backyard at Whitcslono. L. I. . Ills form is freakish, but his COP.C'I at New York O has taken a hanSs-off attitude. . He figures t!?.? kid Is master of h:s own :.rt. . . . SpHz is in a pre-r.Kd course at N. Y. U. . . ami has to spend mcst of his s;iare time in study. •. . . Gene Rye. reputed home run cloutir.c rookie with the R:d Sox. is said to be the shortest recruit in the American league- . . . itretcliing a fraction of an inch he measures 5 feet 6 nc-h^s tall . . . Yculh must have its fling —but net in the Robins' training camp at Cleanvaler. . Opportunities for a rookie to break into the l-Tatb'.ish lineup art; said to be something les: ihan zero. Second Half Opens Thursday |o Play Twice a week beginning March 16th. The scccml half ot the City Cas. league lace will be completed li .iH-li Ins: end of wumdlnt; Into April as .M-iglnnllv "limned, tin r:-!iah:!e committee of Ihe leayu> l:m announced. To accomplish (bis end two ^.ui'.e wilt be played weekly beginning Menday. Mnrch 16th. In addition In Ihe regular Thurtday niijhl t 1 . UK'S, Monday nHits al the Ar- IK:TJ- Ii-rm Ihe 1'jlh lo Mnivh 'JOIh v.ill be leayi:; nights. Tlie second halt "Will slarl 'I huralfly. Maich 5lh. The sccund ^rarue ul^ht will be Monday, March Dili. Because of Ihe independent tournament which is plan i-'il here fcr March IQ'.h (a 12lh inclusive, no oilier len^ue name: i;i\: scheduled imiil March llilh. (Jus llcmtuls Slaiul I'al All tra:ns in the If c-p, e.spi'clall; | tne collar ayv'rc?alons are atl^mpt- 1113 lo strengthen tholr line-up for ! '.lie second half. 'Die Gas Hounds, ! whs copped the first half race v.ith i bni one def.?al. apparently will ^am! pat. O:L their championship n'iin'.ei as will Ihe runner-up, Ihe Hubbard team. There are eipht teams in the circuit: Gas Hounds, llnbbard, Frisco, Dixie Fliers. Company M, Ap:s. Ill- Jackcrs and Merchants. As In the first half race each team in thc circuit will pln.y every other learn one lime in'the r.«cond half rnce which means Ihat each team will play seven games. The schedule follows; March Slh Company M vs Hubbard, Frisco vs. Dixie Flitrs, Merrlinnls vs. Gas Hcunds, Apes vs. Hi-Jackers. March Olh Merchants vs. Apes, Gas Hounds | vs. Hi-Jackers. Hubbard vs. Dixie Fiicrs. C-inpany M. vs. Frisco. March IClh llr.'ibnrd vs Frisco, Company M \s. Dixie Fliers. Gns Hounds vs. Apes, Merchants vs. Hi-Jackcis, March 20th Dixie Fliers vs. HI-Jac!:crs, Frisco vs. Apes, Company M vs. Merchants. Hubliaul vs. Gas Hounds. March 23ru Company M vs. Gas Hounds, Frisco vs Hl-Jackers. Hubbard vs. Merchants, Dixie Fllcrr. vs. Apes. March 27lh Frisco vs. Gas Hounds, C-.mpany M vs. Apes. Hubbard vs. Hi-Juck, Dixie Fliers vs. Merchfinls. i March 301U I Hubbard vs. Apes, Frisco vs. i Merchants. Dixie Fiicrs Vs. Gas . Hounds, Company M vs. Hi-Jack., crs. about playing a major league fhcri:rop. Mr. Sullivan is a short- step." An hour later Cross returned li Mack's office. He had never he.ard and I couldn't have retailed" ti'-'at" of Babe Herman at that lime, else ' " have compared Eddie might ' b e Brooklyn bambino. s ' lottccl hl dis 3" 3t At, status if I hfid given him my real i he name." explained Eddie. Cro^s Makes His rtc|lorl Cut jumping right into the itory Eci'.lie tcld me, enly a few mill- Mack h;:d elapsed when i]i walke.l MciUs Cross, his shortstop of Iliosc I thosc oal s ' days. "Mr. Sullivan" was intro-! "Could we use liim anywhere ca:ccd to the Mankian inficlrier, else?" asked Mack, after which Connie faid: ! "You mi^ht make a second base- suggested Monie. :. Hr-'ll gel l:i!l- r:l out the:v? Hying to stop some of won't, be any good to you." Then Eildlc Slir.wcd 'lim The record.', show that "Sullivan," now Eddie Collins, was holding doivn Ihe regular second b.asc job for the Athletics three years later. He .".aycd there until the season of 1914 to become r,nc of Ihe brightest Mars in (hat famous old S100.10D infield of Mclnnis. Collins .Barry and Baker. And nflcr starring for 12 more years at se:- — rrrir,— '—'—.—^ ond base for the White Sox he turned lo the employ of his first major league boss. Collins may not appear In a sin- R!O game fcr the world champions this scami. but. be is down in the American Lc.iguo as an eligible player ?n:l will be available for service nnd lime Mack tees fit to use him. At that, Connie c«uUl make worse decisions than sending Eddie in to pinch-hll for one Eichrodt. purchased from New Orleans- Hoffman, recalled [rom in-1 diana'polis, and Finlator, a boy jusf out of college a year but '-no has shown he can hit. in summing up. I can say. emphatically, that tho White Sox have n gocd young.ball club that will shew decided improvement i over our team of a year ago. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Mar. 3 (UP>— Cotton Bea^HI FAY 0. DAVIS I'lionc 421 Mai- May July Cct Dec Jill! rlcsccl barsiy str.uly. open high low close; 1110 1113 :ioa 1130 113D 1123 1155 1101 1153 1181 1100 mo 1200 1'^CS 11D3 1203 l'J16 1208 ict and unchanged Spots closed ci« Orleans Cotton NEW ORLL'ANS, Mar. 3 lUPl — Cutton < btcarty. open high Mar Mas- July Oct Bee Jan 1109 1153 117S 1157 1213 1118 1140 1164 nco 1203 1213 low 1108 1123 1153 1179 liOli 1213 Spots Elcady 103S. and unchanged ct Coals Rclincd— Presses Remodeled— Everything Cleaned. RE-NU CLEANERS I'hniic tt9 WANTED—Boy wilh bicycle ID make deliveries. Apply at SantyV icstauraut between 9 and 10 A. M. Haves' Hester. I'-K-i NOTICE All pcr-.on.i and coneei us hcr-'oy take notice that I am not anai will not be from and after tins', date, responsible .lor any debts I conu-acled or made by my wife Av.ia Moody. And all persons and, concerns extending credit to her for anything must not expect to hold me responsible. Dated this 3rd day o( March.! 1931. P. M. MOODY. Monte. take Sullivan out on t him a few things. "but TPATS HOC VJESB 'S, A UVJOVS <=OISIS To B£ A'-L IZIGXT... GES, IT HAD B5CK.SV1 HIS LEC3... COC ViSBB CAGE OP AT HIS / THE V'AY, DID DOC Ofrf-Z ~K> MIS SERVICES To YoU FKEE? KD... H£ JOST SAID Ht'D TAliS £ O .. VHASU'T IT-IAT £ OF HIM TO DO THAT. ? soce. HE VKEW THE C-A.ME VJA-S ICK-& ^0. OREUSe HE'S Cf.£N ^^iV^^Y, 6H? WWW'S tP.? SMftRT EKOUdU ^^v;e (\ tETAVA BV VCURSEtF f •*• HlS WEAR -frlArf '•Tot ~~ 50MB PLACE PER ^'oUse He iss -feu tie OWES ME SrlALU BE ?A1P BV SATURDAV, I sue! TR.OM COWS 155 PER BOQU /. M1S-TAH VER& A Bio PEAL ~fo COW- HoRUS 1 IM He r S -fo MAK& BUV ALL 1 STbCKVARPS QoMkSA PO WlF PAV. UP PAT Lli BILL HE GITS BACK* BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES EXl'ENSK! = ISWT iw BiJsitoess R>2 HIS HEA'- TO ROM O? A MICE DOCTOR BILL IE660 1 . / TO «UST WS NECKi x. TOW HIM I ttObl.9 If HE EVER DOU81ECROSS60 -MP, BY BUSK, US TrtS &OATS, 6\t OUT o 1 - THERE'.! THE PAY-OFF

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