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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, MARCH 0, 1931 •~~ ~ ~ BIATIIEViLLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEvVS PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word lot first Insertion and one cent a word 'or each subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taken lor less 'than BOc Count the. words and scud the cash. Phone 30G FOR SALE Tigers GeI jinnp on Rivals ! Flicli of Tongue _ QUR BOARDING HOUSE ___ _..~ ,..., _...^-3 Answers Question By Aliernf FOK SALE—Baby Chiclss. All varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Marilyn Halchcry, Blyt'.ieville. 20-CK-TF Foil SALE—Alfalfa and timothy hay in car load Iocs or less. W. II. Werner, Canalou, Mo. 27P-K13 FOR SALE—Trees and shrubbery. Reasonable. Will plant and guarantee to grow. W. S. Langdon, Highway 61. FOR SALE—Trash soybean hay, $10 per ton. Red Clover. $20. F, O B Maiden, Mo. William Duva 4P-K11 Same 1'accs Are Missing MIAMI, Fla.— Some sporting fac- ,cs are missing this year from usual spring picture of the south. Some of them may return. iome of them can't. It was only last year nt Ihe Slrar- iey-Scoll fistic fiasco that the pre=r, arose as one jnan and craned Its neck when the word was passed around. "Tunney year that, word around. Tunney was remote from t h e RisJto-Walkcr fight— so remote, hi fact, as to be engaged in an Asiatic research expedition with enlists. Just what the are seeking has not been broadly publicized, but surely the something to do willi FOR SALE— Frigidaive, never keen is here. was not man, Why Tunney should go hunting Neanderthal evidences a mystery to your correspondent: he found out all anyone needed to Jit O*\Lifc<—tiiB*Wuiii:| ML->t;i ijityn 1 — -—. — -. .--.J—..*, ......,,.. — used. Less than half price. E.l l!no w about Ihe Neanderthal and . O Hankins, '23 Missouri Avc. GC-K13 -fOR SALE — 40-acre improved farm near Manila on hard road. Pries $2600. Will take good car for down payment. Balance terms, 6% J. C. Chaplnj Manila, Ark. Sp-kll FCK RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room with bath and furnace heat. NO. 1116 Chickatawba Ave., Phone No. 615. FOR RENT — Bedroom, private bath, close in. Phone 785J. Mrs. Belle M. Wood. 1EC-TF FOR BENT—In Deli, 3 room bungalow, $5.00 per month. 4 room bungalow, 510.00 per month. L. Fowler, Phone 450-J. 4C-TP FOR RENT—3 room furnished flat, garage 678-W. and coal house. Call 7C-TF FOR RENT—Four rooms, modern, fine garden spot. 1222 Holly. Phone 100. E. D. Ferguson. OC-K12 FOR RENT— 3 room, furnished flat, garage and coal house. Also un- ills bruliility in Chicago one nighi I years ago. Bui then Tunney 15 gone: his lace, with its apologetic cauliflower car, is among missing. Oh welt, he never for fightmg anyway. Fame Tricked Srmvkcy The usual southern scene in springtime is missing more faces than tint c: Turmcy's. however. I am thinking of the faces of Shav.-key, Waile Hoyt and Kanna. Fame plucked at the red shirt of Bob Shawkey at a most inopportune moment. Last year he the management of the Yankees— and a worse time could not have been picked. Even before Huggins' death, the great machine had started to slip. The pilching staff had begun to crumble—Hug and worried about it, knowing that a lot of "building was necessary. Shawkey was elected to do the building, and without much building material. Playing recruits important positions, he labored with the decadent Yanks and lously, finished near the top. Near the top \v?.s not good though, and Shawkey has been refurnished fiat and . unfurnished house on Hearn St., Phone 678! ! 9C-TF WANTED POULTRY WANTED -- Market prices'paid at C. L. Bennett Co. Feed Co. 210 N. Railroad St., west of courthouse, J. E. Fish'er, Phone 64. 24C-TP *tj! ANTED — Family Washings. Washed and .ironed by competent white • womaix Mrs. Brown, 701 i POULTRY V/ANTEDr-Market pri. ces, any quantity. Marilyn Hatchery, 210 S. Fourth St. • 9C-TP PERSONAL raving Districts 2 and 3 The Tax Books will -close in a very short time. Thereafter the penalties and other costs will add 40r« to your tax. You can see the advantage in paying now-. . C. J. EVRAHD. 27C-K13 New York Cotton NEW YORK. Mar. 9 (UP)— Cotton closed barely steady. Open High Low Close Mar ..... 1092 1099 IOS3 1083 May ..... 1117 1122 1105 1S05 jul ..... 1140 114(i 1123 1120 Oct ..... 1168 1173 1153 1158 Dec ..... 1189 H05 1180 1180 Jan ..... 1198 12M HM 1185 Spots closed steady 1005, otf 5. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Mar. 9 (UP) — Cotton closed barely steady. • Open High Low Close warded with oblivion. Hamia and Hoyt Walte,Hoyt was part of tha. t?am. l^e heroic "pitcher of earlier world series had ' gradually growr complacent and' careless. At St. Pe tersburf; last year there was a bias: sophistication about this youn;-ol< man that you could' hardly escapi noticing. It. was a "Who Cares" titude, and those. who'called them selves Hoyi's friends were not hap py. to see./-it..; - cBlll Hanna-Avas one of those v;h tmSVil&Tibout'it^perh'aps" the on ly -oner.Aa. a New. York baseba writer, - careful, conscientious ol Bill was associated closely with th Yankees, and with Hoyt. The ol reporter liked Hoyt. Ifanna sa courage under the Hoyt mask < impudence. In a "friendly eame of bridge at St. Pete last year, Har na kidded the "Hoyt hauteur." Death took Hanna av;ay last fall and removed from training camps a well-liked frien Old Spirit Returns Hoyt is fighting this year to n-.ak a comeback. Daily he climbs tl hills at the Tigers' new trainin base at Sacramento. Calif., hopin that some of the youth ho h: wasted will return to his iegs an Ihat good right arm. Bill Hanna would like to see Hoy now. He would bs happy to see a earnest Hoyt, a fighting Hoyt. s:- rious in his desire to regain the top. Tunney. Shawkey, Hoyt and Hanna were the faces conspicuously missing from the picture of the soulh al this time of year, as I caught my first glimpse of it ihe other day at Miami. Tunney, Hoyt and Shawkey, of cotir.se, can always Mar May ,-'jul Oct Dec Jan 1CDO 1113 1138 1168 1188 1198 1091 1121 1146 1174 1134 1050 1107 1131 1160 1170 1086 1101 1132 1161 1181 "come back." Why Zo.gu Stayed iii Vienna Spots steady, at 1004, off 5. King Enjoys Speedy Drive LONDON, Envjland, (UPl—Even a king gels a thrill in being behind tho wheel of a high-powered automobile, according to reports received here from Sandringham where the royal couple spent several months. For the first time in years, King George, a skillful motorist, drove one ot the Crown cars, and enjoyed it. ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK Electric and Gas Welding done OSIJRON BLACKSMITH SHOP 115 N. Franklin St. FAY O.DAVIS Vlionc 121 Coats Relincd— Crosses Remodeled— Everything Cleaned. RE-NU CLEANERS riione. r,3 It.was rumored to be his admiration-for Baroness Marie DC Janko, above, noted Viennese beauty, that caused Xing Ahmed Zogu of VJbania to prolong his stay in ."ie.nna against the advice ol hi: friends and physicians. The monarch's extended \isit in the Austrian capital gave \vouid-be assassins an opportunity (o make ar. attempt or- his life recently TERUYVILLE, Conn-, (UP) -Conn paveciirc In the court of Tcrryvll|e isn't to held u;i by a llulc thins like chemical niislyois of liquor. Win 11 Mr.. 1 . Loltle CMkowsk! f.cia nirii!|i!;c:l o:> a charg? of bcot- . a boli'.c of evidence was ntroiliiccd, "Is u lin.uor?" nskcd Justice ol the Ptiice William Tulllo. Grand Juror A. J. IIII1, who used to be a druggist and therefore rho'.ild lie an authority, poured a tew drops on the palm o! his hand and lu-krd II with his tongue."H U". lie Informed llic court. MR. AM TROM. Tile 3IFFV IS THIS SUM LUiPAlP, EH I AMP WE Cl-AIM Ml?. 5.'MARX . \TAlLdT;, -ft-lAr" WE WAS ABSORBEP VOUR THOUSAND DOLLAR -ffle TOR UP "Trlose FEW MISERABLE, CvfeAP, CORPORATION SUM 15 SO -TRIVIAL. , 15 APPEASED Three Years Changed This Father'* Attitude POHTLANB. Orcpoii. (UP) — Willir.Lii Drake, chef, rushed Into v P...!ll.!iid chess nnd Checker; club Ihrco year:; aco nnd angrily demanded ihat his 11-year-old .•-on, Arthur, cuse playing chess. "My fcny Is wasting his lime here . when. IK should be home study In;! I his !i :-s.c««." Arlhur left liurrk'diy. Itccently Mr. and Mrs. Drake watched their son play 43 chess Eomc place !n the American League this year, for they stole march on Iheir rivals by jumping inlo Ihe spring trainlnj actlvitus opponent simultaneously and dc- 31, tie eight and los;> to Tile contest was played lo Internal at I'rague Mimnier. en Ihe west coast before all other major league teams. This photo (rat shews, !e£t !o right, Pitchers Whitehlll and Hoyt ar.d Catcher ''. tcur ' Grobowski strolling Iron, one of the spring bath houses at Richardson Springs, Calif. - this BOOTS AND.HER BUDDIES HOOTS IS TAKEN FOR A "RIDE" Lumber Windows Brick WaLlboarcl Paint Flooring Shingles '•Wiciug Plumbing Laboi 1 , XEU. tAt Of , CM.YJEO See If your home needs anj of these repairs, or improvements More cloict Shelving Cupboards Dcors New walks or driveways New floors over old Rcofmg rilnl Screen 1 : or screen doors Repair or recover side. walls New front entrance Windows o r frames New trim PfirUllons Enclose porch Compare present costs with costs in previous years and you will sec th: big savings t.o»he made by doing the work during the next thirty days. FRECKLES ANI) HJS FRIENDS MV SrARS'/ \MHATS THE MBAKIIS1S OF THIS? i "rue woass BlLL,K>a AU_ OUSW7A CHIP |VJ PAY OUR sHAce OF IT.-.. DOESUT UMDY <3iV£ OS LOTS Cf BIDES AM' LOADS Or FUSl VJ£ SHOULD, BOT 6EE, PAID rr HIWSELF DO VOL) VJHAT VJE OUGHT TO DO ? ,ANDING INOTtS PASS. WASH TUHKS TuKT WtV WiLU ^OOM o MftKE ^ FQR.CEO LKUDlNtj 1!- HEVl i SEE , Ei\<.V, OiJER. To RltiWT 6MER&ENCV KWJ-