The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1931 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 4, 1931
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1931 BIA'THEVILLE. (AHK.)'..COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word /or first Insertion and oae cent a word f or each subsequent insertion. No advertisement taken lor less than 60c. Count the words and Bend the cash. Phone 306 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Baby Chicks. All varieties. Custom hatching solicited Marilyn Hatchery, Blytlieville 20-CK-TF FOR SALE—Alfalfa and timothy hay In car load lots or less, w H. Werner, Canalou, Mo. 21P-K1 FOR SALE—Ear and snapped yel low corn. W. T. Hiley, New Mad rid. Mo. 21P-K Cincinnati Pilot FOR SALE—Trees and shrubbery Heasonable. Will plant, and guarantee to grow. W. S. Langdon, Highway Cl. 27C-TF FOR SALE—White rock cockerels. Mrs. Eugene Dlckerson, Phone 1507-F-3. - 28C-K5 WILL TAKE CAR as down payment on ten acres on highway. House and barn. Box 127, Blytheville. 2F-K5 FOR SALE—Trash soybean hay, S10 per ton. Hed Clover, $20. F. O. B. Maiden, Mo. William Duva. 4P-K11 FOR. V3AIJ5—Established Fire and Casualty Insurance agency. $150 cash will handle deal. Care Box "X", Courier News. 4P-K6 FGU RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room with bath and furnace heat. NO. 1116 Chtcitasawba Ave., Phone No. 645 FOR RENT — Bedroom, private bath, close in. Phone 185J. Mrs Belle M. Wood. 18C-TF FOR RENT—III Dell. 3 room bungalow, $5.00 per month. 4 roon bungalow, 510.00 per month. Fowler, Phone 450-J. 4C-TF Dan Howley Says All Bui Few of Cincinnati Vets Must Pass On. BY DAN HOWLEY Alaruger, Cincinnati Kcds (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Inc.) Cincinnati is building a new ballj team, and as manager of the Reds 1 find myself up against the same proposition that. I had In my second year as manager of the _ St. Louis Browns. We have to get j rid of all the veterans, with thej exception of one or two. and go; along with the youngsters. I know thaV we cannot win with. what we have. The'statistics last, season are plain enough. The team! lacked the, punch. Of the rcgu- ars slill retained on the Red rosier nly four hit above .300 durirg UIL-I cason of 1930. These men arei iucas, Heilmann, Cuccinello and _tripp. Of thess Heilmann led in he number of hits, with 153. In the building of a new cam. we liave many deals lending. Before the season begins, provided these deals are successful, Cincinnati will have bolstered up its batting itrength considerably. Last year we won more games :rom the Phillies than they won 'rom us. Cincinnati won 12; Philadelphia 10. The only other team in the league we were able to get 50-50 break with was the Chicago iubs. We each won 11. It was against the Cardinals that we sliqwed our greatest weakness; ,t seemed we couldn't have beater them with Grove and Earnshaw St. Louts won 19 games- from the Reds, while we took only three This year, however, the story ma\ be different. FOR RENT—One of Shane Apart ments nnd 5 room house. 536.0C per month, which Includes yar service. Shades arc furnished. Bes of heating plants and fixtures Telephones 191 and 571. 4C-K WANTED WANTED — House-keeper. Apply Rooms opposite Frisco 27P-K4 Frisco Station. POULTRY- WANTED — Market prices paid at C, L. Bennett Co. We have some likely looking young fellows to take south this year. They come well recommended by the Cincinnati scouts and by baseball men who have watched them for several years. We are giving anolher trial to Frank Sigafoos, an infielder from Los Angeles who formerly was up with the Athletics and Tigers. Sigafoos came after Coast League last season. to Cincinnati in the draft batting .308 in the Pacific Another- man picked up in the March' 10, 11, draft is Bob Asbjornsen, a catcher we got from Nashville. This young man .tins the habit of spoiling people's fences with line drives. He Extend Tourney Invitations to Town GBasketeers four Mississippi county gregations will participate in independent 'tournament scheduled ' to be played at the Armory here OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahern Annual Tournament to Re Held At Camthevsville Starting Thursday. CARUTHERSVIU.E, iMo. - Tilt flrsl e-xmc of the numinl Peinlscot Counly basket ball tournament to he!d at local high school wil SCI under way nt 7 o'clocXTluirsdaj night, nnd games will be pinycil all day FYlday and Saturday with' the nnals Saturday night. Eiv'ht boys' teams and seven girl-' teams arc entered In the nn- nual cv.'iit and the winner of Hie boys' [Itlc will lie eligible to BO to CHID Glrardcan to play In Hie Southeast Missouri flunks on March 13 and 14. Schedule ol We boys' play: 7:00 P. M.—Thursday. Holland vs Steele. 9:00 p. M.—Thursday. Caiulhcrs- vilb \s. Dcerlng. 9:CO A. M.—Fi-iday. Braggadocio vs. Hayll. 11:00 A. M.—Friday. Cooler vs. Wardell. I 1 . M.— Friday. Winners of games 1 nnd 4. P. M.—Friday. Winners of games 3 and 6. S:30 P. M.—Saturday. Winners :00 :M of Barnes 11 and 13 tfinals). Girls' bracket: 8:00 P. M.—Thursday. Cooler vs. Carmhersville. OiOO A. M—Friday. Haiti vs Holland. i:00 P. M. — Friday. Steele vs Braggadocio. P. !iL—Friday- Droring vs winner of game 5. P. M.— Friday. Winners 01 games 2 and 1. P. M.—Saturday. Winners o games 9 and 12 (finals). 8:00 7:30 000 cuarantce. Floored by Ihcse de mands. the promoters dropped III negotiations. It must have been a trick o Fate, then, that sent Tuny into th some Icop gym where the King ha just completed a workout. "When are you going lo quit run ning away and give me a fight? asked Levinsky. A handful of gym narium frequenters hovered nca -We can fight right here an now as far as I'm concerned," re marked Tuily. Levinsky reminded Griffiths tha of courthouse, 64. J. E. Fisher, Phone 24C-TF WANTED — Family Washings. Washed and ironed by competent u'hite woman. Mrs. Brown, 104 S. Lake St. 17CK-TF Feed Co. 210 N. Railroad St., west | |,jt .381 for Nashville, and that 1: a lot of hitting in any man's league. The Southern Association has seme pretty good pitchers, too. • • • Only two men were claimed in the draft, but I am looking for some great things from a young man we bought, from Hollywood. Mickey Heath. When I was managing the Toronto team in the international League Heath p!a.yed first for me on the pennanUvimung Leafs of 1026. I have followed his progress since then, and Boboy Wallace, who scouted him for several weeks last year, tells me he is POULTRY WANTED—Market prices, any quantity. Marilyn Hatchery, 210 6. Fourth St. DC-TF WANTED-Salesman with car. See Mr Wood, No. 400 N. Fifth. 2P-K6 WANTED—40 acres to share crop. Good land. Address Box "B", Courier News. 3P-KG WANTED—Boy with bicycle to make deliveries. Apply at Santy's restaurant between 9 and 10 A. M_. Hayes Hester. P-K-5 LOST AND' FOUND LOST—Letters, papers and policies New York Life from ear Saturday night. Finder ret'.irn to Louis Cherry. LOST— Two bay mules. horse ant mare, 15'i and 10 hands. .Notify E. O. rowers, Route 2. 4P-K.7 PERSONAL tourney committee are Invllaticiis were trended Missouri apd Mississippi teams by 'C. O. Redhion, for the tournament commute ucce<sful n '-en'. so far forgot the traits'of his ! £uch u procedure would be foolls! ULLC^IUI. = __ ,.,__ tttrnnA nn hlc llfS^l« f\T to tl;e county ac!in» MR. MAR/, V0 1 -TAILOR, WAT VES'PAV, AU 1 lie's BU-RKlei UP LAK A OU 1 CrlRIS-fMAS ~fatl -rH 7 £17 WrfAT Vo T OWES HIM • ««, •~~ Art "fRlED -Th eiv/e: i-liM -TH EF Vcv 1 PoMV PAV UP, OOMMA 5rU<3 COURT AM T sue GET IT CQMFUSE.D WtTrl MAW BOOTS AM) HER BUDDIES TSKI'TSK!' By Martiu (rade that he offered to waive his He then turned on his heels an chance of obtaining a fat purse for strolled out 01 the gym; leavn she mere privilege of engaging in ii'"fully standing there, his trawl c'f the common, everyday/ mcuntinc higher and higher at the the Blytheville City League. Tov,Ti;kack-ol-lhe-poolha!l type. j teams of (ha. following have been Cooler heads prevailed upon the invited: Hornersville, Holland., impetuous Tough One, however/ Steele and Cooler in Missouri, andi Calm words temporarily soothed his Cooler", osceola and Luxora in! injured vanity and he soon was Mississippi county. An all-Slav] prevailed upon to sign a contract team pi. the local city loop will! for the settlement of his grievances represent Blytheville in the tour-1 in the squared arena at a flat guar- ney. ' j muee of S25.0flO and with the apparent snubbing. ready to step into fast company. day n j g | lt According to present plans four games of the first round of the tournament will b? played on Tues- j day night, Feb. 10th. The two semifinal games will be played Wednesday night and the final game with a-preliminary contest Thurs- I'aving Districts 2 and 3 The Tax Books will close very short time. Thereafter the penalties and other costs will add 40% (o your tax. You can see the advantage in paying now. C. J. EVRARD. 27C-K13 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES I-'OEl THE JONKSBORO DIVISION OF THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF E. J. Spencer, Bankrupt No. 15SO. Notice is hereby given that petition for discharge of the bankrupt has been filed, and same will Heath is a left-handed first, sacker and, unlike a lot of left-hand- ers a pretty smart ball player. In 1929 he batted .359 for Hollywood and hit 38 home runs. Last year he batted .322 and hit 30 homers, his aviragc going down when night baseball was adopted. If Heath fills the bill at first ba*e, Joe Stripp may go lo third, with Durochcr at short and Cuccinello at second, but of course this is only tentative, and several trades we have in mind may alter the lineup considerably. Ford. Sigafoos or Dressen may come through at one of these pasts. But building a pennant-winning ball l«am sometimes isn't a matter that is decided In .a season or two. I think Connie Mack agree with me on that. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms dccrre rendered by PIPE LINE ML'SKRAT HOME of Chicago, or as much of it as will care to Hie into the Chicago Stadium, en hand to view the proceedings. U seems that Tuffy grew irked at son'.c wcrds sneerhigly spoken by King Levinsky, the former fish wdzher, and forthwith volunteered to bear 'down heavily on the King's warped features. Obviously, New York Cotton NF,W YORK, March 4. (UP)— Cotton closed firm. Open High Low Close March .. 1114 112(1 1110 1120 May 1139 1143 1137 1143 July .. . 11GO 1109 1151 11GS Oct 1190 1198 1185 -1198 Dec 1200 1217 1204 1217 Jan 1219 1225 1216 1225 •Spots steady at- 1130, up 10. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. March 4. (UP) SACKETS'HARBOR, N. Y.,(UP>! thm. it was Levinsky who signed —Cotton closed steady. --The h:'me of four muskrats was disrupted when workers' removed a length of pipe lir? between an oil pier in a lake nnd the mainland. The animals had made the line their-home after a supply of gasoline had been emptied at the pier the other hall of the contract to meet Griffiths in the March G show at the Chicago Stadium. Fraious Advances riopped For ueeks promoters of the Windy City had sought to match the two bin Jack O'Kcefe, manager and the crew failed to close the .... pipe valve. When the pipe was'of the Tough One, demanded a 40 removed th.; muskrats scurried out. I per cent privilege, on top of a $25,FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Mar. Mas- July Oct. Dec. Jan. Open High . 1122 1122 . 1134 1U4 . 11C3 1168 . 1190 1198 j, 1205 1215 .' 1223b .... Low 1110 1131 1156 1184 1202" Close 1122. 1143 1168 1198 1215 Spots steady at 1097, up 11. Head Courier News Want Ads. SKEPTICS! By Blosaai be heard in United States Court Rooms, at Little Rock, Ar k&nsas, on. the 7th day of April, A. D. 1931. at 0:30 A. M. SID B. TtEDDlNG. Clerk By Bess Mathes, D. C. NOTICL All persons and concerns hercbj lake notice that I am not am will not be from and after this ciate. responsible for any debts contracted or made by my wife Ax!a Moody. And all i*rs:r,3 and concerns extending credit to he for anything must not expect t< hold me responsible. Dated this 3rd day of March, P. M. MOODY. of a the Chancery Coals Uclined— Dresses Remodeled— Everything Cleaned. KE-NU CLEANERS Phone 170 Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 241h day of February. 1931,' wherein the Fidelity Savings Loan Association was Plaintiff, No. 4822 and Charles L. Santy, el al.. were Defendants, will sell at public ction to the highest and .best bidder on a credit of 3 months, al the front door of the Court House, between ths hours prescribed by law. in tha City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 1th day of March, 1931, the following real estate, towit: Lot 11. Biock 33, Blytiie Addition to the City of Tllylhcvillc, Ark. SAID sale will be had lo satisfy said decree in Ihe sum of $2.968.23,] with 8 2-5 per cent interest from September lllh, 1930, until paid. THE purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with! approved security, to secure th payment of the purchase money, | and a Hen will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS iny hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 25th day of February. 1D31. (Seal) U. L. GAINES. Commissioner In Chancery. 23-4 Head Courier News vrant Ads. 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