The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 21, 1932
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1932 BLYTIIEV1LLR, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGBFIVl 2-Time Ad Rents 110 South Eighteenth Street ^Home-Cost $0c CLASSIFIED ADS Minimum ch»rge SOc Count's Average Words to a. Lino Month rate per Hue, per month 60c Six times, per line per day . 05c Three times per lino per day 06c One lime per line lOc All Ads run irregularly take the one 1 time rate, OU. CAN lease a 'space' like tills every day In the month at low cost Phone 3«. AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE—SAVE on Cioodyeui Tires and Tubes," auto accessories, new and rebuilt batteries, Mo- torluc OU, lie quart. Wolf Arlan, Plwne 176. 16clc-Oct. Hi Graham Paige 1930 Sedan For Sale Cheap Cocci running condition, loolu goo and will give excellent service Priced low for quick sale. Kylee Reeee «t, City Hall. a>C-Kt FIRST CLASS waterproof covers lor trucks and wagons. Carnej Awulng company, Phone 643. !7p-kOct 11 STORE FIXTURES SPACE FOR LEASE 'Oil CANT RELV on "For Rent Signs" bul you can rely on Curler News Want-Ads to rent lat house or room. HELP WANTED WANTED: M a.n or woman Pleasant, dignified, permanent •inploynunt. You need a good personality, fair education and a disposition to work. Inquire at 117 South Broadway. 19-p-k-22 MAN WITH CAB wauled to Mip- ply customers with famous Wai- kins Products in Blythevltle. Busi- icss established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay slarts immediale- y. Write J. R. Watkins Company, 70-66 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, lenn. 21P-KS2 JUNK, HIDES, ETC. WANTED—Junk of all kinds, hides, iron, copper, brass, aluminum and lead, wolf Arian. Phone 176. 18clc-Oct. 10 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WANTED to buy for cash—second hand piano, player or upright. X- Courier. 19p-k26 LOST FOB SALE OB TRADE—Lupton show case, bins. slKlving and tire rack. Phone 202-W. 19p-k 10-1!) FOR RENT LOST: White English Bull pup blacK on cars, cut tail and ears. Reward. N. B. Mcnard jr. 1009 W. Ash. 19-p-k-22 ants, oil Saturday, October 811), 1933, offer for sate at public auction, at the'Eouth door of tli; Court House in Blythevllle, Arkansas, to the highest bidder on • credit of three months, the following described property, which is situated In the CUlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wll: An undivided one-fourth u interest In the following lands: Lot One (1) of the Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Stclion Twenty-five (25); Lou One CD and Two <2) and the South half <S!j) of tile Northeast Quarter (NE4) of Section Thirty-six (361. and Southwest quarter <SW.) ol Section Thlriy-s:.\ CO), nnd Lots Eight 18) and Nine U) of Section Thirty-six (36), and Lots One (i), Two '(2), Three (3), Pour (4), Five (5) and Six (6) ol Section Thirty (30i; All of which Is In Township Sixteen (16) North, Kange Eleven (11), Easl. Also nn undivided onc-foiirlh U'i) Interest In the following lands: Lot One (1) of Section Twentynine (29), and Lot Three (3) of Section Thirty-oiio (31), both in Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Twelve U2> test. Also an undivided one-elslit'ii fl-8) interest in the following lands: The Northwest Quarter (NW'4) of Section Twenty .(20), Township Fifteen (15) North, Itanje Eleven (11) East. The New Football Rules accompanying arltrlo I* the <•<! Una » very small iKrccntugo h first In » writ's f\|il«lnln|t rhaugrs iu ijumcs In wtilcli the n the football rules. What ctVccl I participants were In geixl physical ' " twy may lure .on llu" i>UyIns of he tunic mill to vthul extent they f\\[ be \lslblc to sjHTtaturi also are discussed.) BY CIIKSTKIt 1.. SMll'll NEA Service Special Writer Every change In His 1932 foot>all rules was brought about by ft desire to make the game saler for :l:e players. When Hie rules committee met at Hunover, N. H., Insi. winter I', had evidence before It that c;rtaln dc- parlmenls of piny needed alten- lion In order lo curb a Ic-ndcncy loward roughness which had iiK'iTflsing for several years. T!)e season of 1031 had produce! an unprcccdKiiliMl number ol dentils ami serious injuries. Despite the fact that an tuvcsilgiitton prov- FOUND A WAY to convert old furniture, clothcs, nnd other unwanted items in your home inio ready FOR'RENT-Furnlshcd apartment, j<* 5h - "«"« ** =>.»? ask tllc W""|108 West Kentucky, Phone 683. Ad Taker....she'll give you lull ISC-K-TF FURNISHED house, five rooms, bath, garage, servant house 1306 Chickasawba. Call 83 or 280. lOcklO uctalls. POULTRY CUSTOM HATCHING —Beginning Sept. 12th. Baby Chicks, Oct. 3rd. Marilyn Hatchery, Blylheville. 5C-KTF LIVE STO r 't 1 FOR RENT—Furnished front bedroom, adjoining bath. Call 479W. 21c-k2E FURNISHED five roam house 2M FARMERS having livestock to sell W. Kentucky. Vacant Oct 1 Mrs' or ir ""»' dcs "' c to buy lllcs Allic Sisk Phone 672 31c-k24 *•'" nnd il convenient and econ— . | omical to use Courier News \Vant- SITUATIONS WANTED I Ads. TO THOSE seeking jobs the j Courier News Want-Ads offer i a result producing service at lo»- ^TT7 ' ' ' - ' l RESTAURANTS cost. ' Phone 306. Geo. Wright's Wall Slrec -:'•• -.:. WANTED ' • } WANTED—Man with some capital i for a local establuhed business. 1 I iunch, located Bus Station: in Greyhound 9-15 ck 10-15 HOMECRAFT "A" Courier News. 21c-k24 OPEN AT NltiHT Expert Ford Repairs Wrecker Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 110-777 See our new altachment for making Singercralt rugs. We teach you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 10pkl01» St. Louis Joint Stock Land Bank .olds a mortgage on the So'uthwest Quarter (SW11) of Section Thirty- six (38), Township Sixteen UQ) North, Range Eleven (11) East, to secure an original loan of, Seven Thousand Five Hundred 157500.00) Dollars and interest; Ben B. Hall, as trmk-c (or New- England ' Securities, . holds a first and a second deed of trust 0:1 Lots (Ono (I) and Two (2) and the South half (S'.i) of the Northeast Quarter (NK'.i) of Section Thirty- six (36)" and Lot One (1) in Sec- Twenty-five (25); all In Township Sixteen (16) Nortn, Range Eleven <ll) East, Ihc first to secure an original loan o! Eight Thousand ($8000.00) Dollars and the second lo secure Tucuty-ouc 5s (21) interest coupons originally aggregating Two Thousand Six Hun- Si dred Forty (S264WW) The sale Mill be sdbject to the liens ; mentioned. The buyer will he rcmiircd to give i solvent bond to secure the purchase price and lien will be retained to secure IB purchase price. '" x This the 10th day-ypf September, 1932. R. L. GA1NE3, Commissioner. WARN'ING OKIIKK CHANCKltY COURT, 011ICK.A- SAWBA DISTRICT, M1SSISSI1'- PI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. J. A. Carroll, Plalmllt vs. No. 5328 Austa E. Carroll, Defendant The defendant, Austa E. Carroll, is warned to api>ear within thirty days- In the court named caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, J. A. Cayoll. Dated 9-13-1032 ("million uml well drilled in fuu- il.niieiilal football, It was fell public wanted additional safe- i;u,ird.s thrown around the boys ami 'iiu: men who take |>:u - l in [host 1 cnuuus contests. Ti'e result of the committee's dc- lil;oiatiou was the most drastic alteration in ihe code since football v-.i:- laken out of llu "muss play" f;:i. suoj'e lluin two (ti'cndi'i. ago. En brief, the nil? chanycvi iu^: 1 -On a klckofl or [ice kick, live phyrrs of (he? recL'lvnis; side musl 'iviiiaiii wilhln five yards ol Hull iv-stralning line niilll (!io kick li iHUiully m:lde. - -A player who l:as left Ihc m.iy I;; iunt bat-k as » sul;slilulc at any lime except in Hie sain | <IU:IL-UM iii which ho has brcn ro iu<m".l. Kseept In the caw cl re of un injured may be maile onl wlic-n time is out for some othc unds nbovo the shoulders of their jblnmc on llir- ccllp^. [>ixmenis lo wurd or pusn .thirin oil i Illsh wind and » heavy i an attempt to get ut (ho ball or 10 man with the hall. Sulking nn pponcnt In nny manner Is banned. NEXT: The flying »Hls>'. ; isherman Blames Loss oi Joat and Seine on Eclipse UK I,AND. Ma. iDPI — Sumo IbliHimui, ttlio has liccu o|)er,At- iij! lltcunlly, kk^i a goo<l boat and COO fool seine, which loss llu can rah) mi' nlong ut lhi> tliiic the recent scheduled here and the wind uncovered UK; hiding place ol. the emiliuncnt, • inuici' tome walcr hyaclhllis al Lake Hcri'sIOKl. Gnino Wnrdc-n A. J. (iucnlhcr hnpiK'iicd (o be arounil ill the time nnd cuiflscnlcd iheni Depression Causes Increased Enrollment (lie Philadelphia high schools haa Increased,- according to Dr.. Edwin G, Broome, supcrintendeiit of schools. \ "Hundr'eds of boys' and' girls, who would normally be working arc 'jiow getting additional education because they are unable to find employment," lie said. of milDCEWATKIi, Mass. (UP)—A smoking room lias been opened at Hie women's pilson here. The pmiMse, according to Supcrinten- PllII.ADF.LPHIA lltP)—Becuuso dent Robert C. Sherman, Is to re- deprcRslon, enrollment In duce flro hazards. liUAlUJliNG HOUSE YOTJ CANT RELY .on "Fur Rent Signs" bul you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent, [that house or room. I, WERT RE MAKES 'EM SEE Office Over Joe Isaac's Store SECOND HAND FURNITURE S«e Us first R. J. Dodson See Weisburd And Sec Better EYES TESTED FREE And Glasses Fittt* \ GARAGES EXPERT !.fECHANICS anfi Wrecker Service. Peoples Garage. Phone 605. 21P-K Oct. 21 BEAUTY PARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Per- mancnts S3.50 up. Powder Putt Beauty Parlor. 21P-K Oct 21 YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Siens" but you c^n rely on Courier Ne'.vs Want-Ads to rent Ihal house or room. NOTI€E OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will, in obedience to a decree entered on September 2Gth, 1931. by Ihe Chancery Court for the chicltas»wba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in a cause wherein First National Bank of Blytheville, Arkansas, was plaintiff and Ross Stevens. Vera Stevens, J. Mearl Jonlz, Mary E. Jontz and Flossie Goodrich were defcnd- COAL IS CASH Coal is handled on a small margin of profit, it is for the best interests of all concerned that we conduct our coal business on a cash basis. Therefore, from the date of this notice our '• Terms On Coal Are Cash E.! BROWNE GAY & BILLINGS, INC. SUPERIOR C(jAL COMPANY E, C. ROBJNSCN LUMBER CO. WONDER CITY COAL COMPANY TRANTHAM COAL COMPANY BUCHANAN COAL COMPANY WELL,Ht KMOWS HOW TO "PiW POKER •^ue TOOK DOWN "BUNNY, ETSIC, AND TiAE JUDGE FOT2 ELEVEN HUNDRED SAID He COULD "DO CARDS THURSToN/ KNOW HOW To f E LLOW KOOPL6, T5 O C I HE SEEMS HKE SUCH ^ BLUFF AND T^EN, HE 1 ? A \NMSE . ISNY ATHIN^)' KE KNOW ILL NEVEI? "Be A GOLFER,VAN/ You SEE, '.PITYING POLO IN INDIA SO IPN6 HAS CRAMPED STYLE/ 3—['roli'ctivo cqnipmtnl worn b ft l>!:iycr must bo p.utdcil on tlie out side. Hard kiu-e nucl elbow pnu me not iillovrcil, ."-oil ktiee pads nr c.irryiii(j ihc ball, exceji'. Ills' hands oi led, louche^ tho ground, the Uall becomes dead. flying tackls and flying R. L. GAINES, Clerk block arc prohibited. By Elizabeth Bly.he, D. Ivy W. Crawford, Ally Ad Lltem. (J— Players on arc |iennlt- ttd to use only the palms of their - THIS CURIOUS WORLD - ..N AFRICA.. AT PofiT SUDAN, * ALWAYS HAS BEEN AN UWSOLVEt) MYSTERY — THERE IS A • SOi-F COUPLE ON WHICH NOT Ai SIN3LE BLADE HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES THE COUNCIL! of JOSEPH, OREGON, BECAME VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE BANK HC ONCE RO&&ED/ (FIRST RANK <?* JOSEPH) * A SNAIL CAN PtXL A LOAD WEIGHING THREE POUNDS I . -women find ' so many usfs for the war.t-ails. Selling oil! f urnilirt. g c 1 1 i n s household help, apartment hunting. 3V6 fi yon want mulls. There arc numerous instances on record of where a bank been robbed by ils vice president, but Dave Tucker did a more unusual thing. When Dave was young, -he col inio bad company and helped rob his home town tank, rottunalcly for Dave, he i shot down and captured, and served a term in the OreBOti state penitentiary. He returned to his lio:u? Icwn and built up a reputation. He won the rc.spect of cu'ryune who knew him, b?-; came one of Ihc most successful cattlemen in his territory, and, | COURIKR NEWS WANT ADS MORE 9VACE "WcSX. ft ~Vr\\'b OF "Mt \)\V\J>fi£,a*iC^Rbi\M6 WIVs VOW WOW MS) AVfc VMfc test of all, was made vice president o( the bank lie once robbed. NKXT: Is there an y water in the human WASH TUBBS AND RUN FOR THE BpATS. TUtVNg THE. BMTL6 BEOOM.£5 FRECKLES AND HIS MJELL/L.VTS SET DELIVER. SHIPMENT AT RIMS CITY AMD THESl HAVE A Mice R\D£ FKIENUS OK- VWAIT'U. 1 LTHIS DOOHICKEX OM- SETTIMS THIS BUWCH OF DIAWOUDS YOU'RE TAklKJS TO OI-T TO KING CTIY! IT 1 ; BEES! Sowe TH'E S1KICE YOU ViERE DR.... YOU'RE STtLL THERE SHE IS. SAME OLD BETSY... socx> OLD BETSy... SHE'LL BE GLAD To SEE yoo, Tool! OH, So.VvE RICH ^ BIRD,i SUPPOSE..,. ) FoKGET ABOUT "WAT AS IF ID EVER. . LOSE TWAT.... VJHAT SORT OF A SHIP ARE

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