The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1931 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, IfllH CLASSIF"- ADS Two cents t> word ior ilrsl ln:-eiliqn nnd one cent a • VSUid 'Or CllCh SUbSCqUCUt inseillan. No adveithemctU wkcn for Icbs iliait Tide, count Hie lords and send ttie cash. Phone,300 OXHlKtRK NKfl'B D V LAURA LOU BPOOKMAN c/ -V/fiW HUNGPY'etc. .OIJRHOAKDINGIIOUSE By Ahern 1<OK SALti $ . Illilxt In Jin \V.\J.I.A( i \u;ihh> MIIIIKJK. $ $ S $ $ S $ SPECIAL VALUES S l •20 I,ATE roun srn. Ulae illnck Cuior, Fine Ilc.i- vy Duty lire-., 1U3I Mwnsi'. I'vrfccl Cctiiiiliua 'i'hrousli- out ....................... $1 •30 510DLL i'OKU ilOAUSTICG. Sport Mo:lc!. I'.iunlilo Sent, Kirar; Wli-.rls 0:1 I'ront re::- (lers Stt'f-l i'liink in Ui-ar. Fnliy UuiiniLtctd. Only .. f 30 roil I) .Slightly TUDOll SKIIA.V, l r svil as Our JJKCIX JIDHI: TODAY i'.SY MrlllllDK. ll)->rtti-Dhl n \C-\T Yurk nilicr, HUTU I In- tiniur uf IUT ,*\xi: 'iittnv- * mUtrnlilr IK- r;niif hlic IjriK li-iirticJ A I.A '\ I'llOMIYi hnck (rum u vent ami n liatf In Kirl» Mind) [up urt. no tfinj?- i r t':tr.-« for lirr, Wnlhirr Id I* III* lini'.vi'. To spilt ttir p!H lu r:irr* Cur he iihic* c;yji\y tn ,n:iirj MIII, I fu-> urv niiirrlnl urjtl ILHIMI- hi;; nuil itvp:iri 'or i-*tire»l Cll). lilt lll'lilc tUIMl, '* Ijur.ip Miry urr uri'Mril i:m, .*:is.s r.i.i.{-;\ w.xi.- EKI InimriHlilrly IMTIIJIII •-< » I!IL' clil. After ji It-it » \\nllru-i- iiinvrfc t" :i k"»i- n^r iluvvn (hi- Mrret. .Slip »r- r.-.:icf>. n f rtr.iil v Ufnncr v.i: ly uf «MHi <>>|^> I:HT(V MU- ul):tr irln- iHo*. 1JHS, MH'Mlin.MA Ml II- 1.1 < IA' \v\i.i.".i:t:. iiii f.inxJn, hiitil) <<J|iNV uliilc nunIher mutln, Ai:illl-: .IIA.VI.KY. U rrltrtiril). Al the iltntirr ial'!v d'Hi"**" aJmllt «Ji«* liris uurLnl t<\r n Itilui;. .tloi ti- xc n t«, i !u> rrnt 11 no 1 1> 11) 1i » r x» * uml JtntiL" K) l>t* ft'"- "I'vi- li.iJ k':iiui:;ri uf ilila!" lir r\i'l:ilin>>. NOW i;u <» WITH TJII-: vnmv CEIAl'TKU XXII r\NCl3 befoic Uynsy hrnl tccu Jltis I "We 1 ]! give It n tiy." Jim or- ] lljrou;;li HIP l 1 ,....., , .. .... unaware of her presence. It was less thau a tlcck lo the] ilovcd cofice for iv,ti \\ll! >V;ill;icc home. Tiiey turned when; tittHHviehfs m:d or is II or*. Atd-r (ho , llu'y camo lo the brick slJcuitil:. mn IL:»] i:one Ji::i wrist OIK "Jut 1 ?. ; and walked up to the jiorch, Wlili! Gor:i:n:;. lli^ v.ifo diH'S the ivokliin ' Ills hand on the door Jim hosi'.a^i!. [ n::<l you shonU m 1 her! I'll M a He :, -\Vnnt to r.o In?" he ns'^cJ. "or i v:cir.!is :0«J rcui:;!;." , tt-nuW you rather drive?" ' "l!o yo:i Co:::: hero ollcn?" s "0!;. o:ily wli?n I l:.iri:.?n in tic | in tills jseiglilioiliouil. llnvcii'i ! IKCIJ liui'ft for a lon^ wnllfi." : Across i!io roinu Oyi^y can"l:t' slslil <"'f li'Ji'wlt In 11 nilvrnf. Slioi Miti ni'alii Jim liis iii'W:,p;iiur. 'S K was suiu ILG \vas ea^cr lo yet! Ihc fiu out, "I'd ratber drive,"; s!u- sp.iil. Uo UCt her ID yot llio rond iiiilH l':o cnr'vomidcJ the slile nf I diciw mil lior vaully C:IKI» nr.il Imsloii j M.c hu:iso. Then Flic ivciH oul f.o Hie 1 l:fr«olf wllh Ihc tiny pov:df-r i>nf( dilvo ntul Jim hcUl llic door open j Hefore tlw hail fiiil^icii. swninlni:, anil i;1io cnlcred. l ' u l^ ftf r ° n " llc ' v '' (1 i'« Kr - «'^'f'^ >' 1 P |!1 "Siuolls foci)." .11 in i-alil. H!!!Ltliii; C fi:ii;iur.i ;ironu. "Didn't l:uo\\ ; Ovcir Iho coflVo a ml s-'nnir.vlclse-t i-il h ^ ,:i l:tr o-.\ n « \vKntly l;tiil 'i ihu liiiil Iii!-ni:t:.-n u» oos!-,i!i^' iriUl i tl.<- f.UJL'i---.•.:• or. Tin- i=: mo i i * l.0"ii sp.ii i^l, ljliU-:ly. ynil. It • h.-r ' 111::!. |-i..ti 'J'lic lor.ildtpr shot rrjr\v;irtl v,'l:li :i juli. t!y^sy stiusKlcJ low In Hie :jt:;it. Itunllif; tlte fur of tier ro!l:ir uii nhuiit her cheeks. They lad the li«ici Iliifid nvcuue for a cross s:rcol. iSanti tl:cy wove on n suilu lilyhway, i Tho UU us Diyy cl'jiirctl llio to-.vn Ihnlls. | 'w know I later il liail soarcil lo Sold, l-'ully Like Xi'H- Lquli;;)r:l. Just ?-125 '30 FOBI> ili TON TUCCK, j l.ntc Moill-l, Clused C'al}. I Lcoks and Huns Like Nmv S35i)| Terms: \Voekly, Jlontiily orj l-'all. Protected by Our 30- j Day Guarantee. Sue Our Other Bargains. Pi-iced LOW Ii'om $25 Up. Phone SH PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Authorized Ford Dcalcts S $ 5 3 S § 5 S F'OR SAL£--E:iby C;i;i.i:s. All varieties. Custom haichmg iolicii- cd. Marilyn Hatchery, liiyuicville. 20-CK-T1- Just i)ureli;mcd •I3:ink- ruiit stock ci USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet Coaches l'J29 Fords IK'Soto Koiiclslcrs and I'nnthic Scdiins LEE MOTOR CO. Wallace ;msry Dul Hint liaJJSD. l.n-n iioiliin-; liUe the \vhile-f.ioeO fuiy \viiLi uhk'h lie turned oji Llie urnup at liie lable. "I'll icll yon what 1 ililnk ol yonl" lie crieil. "1 Itiisik you're n bu:icli of Fiioopin^. sniall-iriiuded siu:b=. Uo you litar Ihat? Tryius lo slir UD trouble, Ihai's what you're dom:;! Well, it won't work and you hii^lit as well know It here anil now. What right have yon lo looV dcwii on a person who works for a Ikiim? What right have you lo thiii'i! you're hcltei' lliaa anybody elseV I'm nshaincil of you. (Jyf^y anil 1 can act along without you all right. We'll '!« It too—" ".N'ow -.vai'. u minute!" lien U'al- Jacc'-j ini:c u-,13 cojieiliaEory. "You ilo^'t inci 1 !! all you're saying. Jim." "13en, you keep out ot tills!" f/.jcia Wallace delivered the coin- iriantl to her hnsliand Eharply. llcforc she could say more Jim hail tnrne'l lo\vanl (jypsy. "Come Oil.' said mor "ii'.it LOUR aflcr Hyrsy was m rwr.etr.- I>'.T that drive. She reisKii-heriil liroad Htrc-lches tit darkness swi-ep- h'!i off to oilhcr side ot the road will! here mid there Jlny, lieckotuuK 1 Oypsy siiccks of light. She reinenitierctl the shani whtslie ot wind around llic u'lndbhic-Id and she v^as never to forget ilic frozen ccnainiy of deslrucliOM when sinjtlcnly a huge, black outline loomed, before llieni. It was oaly n bridge (jut for an instant it had lookcil like cleruliy. Ciypsy lolil him what Flit had l.c?" ti'yiN:,' li) ?:iy ovrr since Ihfy i'li-^ Ic'i his iuiui'j home. "1 waist yi'.u iilc v.'liat you ilu!." • she s::ii! flowly. "1 ilcn'l lusiiw \vli.it 1 Vi'o;]]:] luivi 1 d.i'ic 1 wlthoul you—" Jii:i ii.olii-il ui-.vn. "Fnr?rl 1:," he U..;:'l ihinl: any wlul l!l l-ll' lt!r 1 j,;l : t .mil I . :<•!(• tlyiisv Ml :n*:,- ^>:!.f? KUM mol tllllB l .i-.i|..-l will: Fimllu I •! - il.-, 10 «:i ll.i' I iiilnu;.... .. r,!!l ..f !. lie r r|.):ln- "> .7,T.ft, - i-^MAic. s,ez ^ (r, UM-r VCOR •ais-feK'-iM--L 1 EXCllAfJOE VciR MV DO 1M, I'LL- BE l^ERE TcK , AT" i.eXs'rj -^-Nep, A i-Q-r OF WQRkTQ BE 3*i TIC QL 1 PLACE -^-A^l JK/JAkS? Tl-L Piif" VfiU Md QFFTt-l 1 pAiM-r/ j I'M A SA^.L^B^ - ^ORW^'', I'M A AM' I "[LlRPBikiTl/vlS 'RLllM MV EVESJ •{' WAV I'M GOAlMA fel-P is ~fa TrefcM Voti A ; OF vJA-fei? AM 1 MAfc^-fes i we V10U 1 f tUv, "IldQ e TQ &(\JE COATS ' A.-V I ~~ i y -L.^- J ,*;."-_w fj;- Linb^mj/^ ..a..Aij\^-.v¥/£ __ . -,,fc :-:-:te -afcS\ filOlllv. all-jilt il." ;is p:ut!y !-.iy f^'.il:.' lull, "1 <l:>r>'i. w::::: *.0 nutl:e Uonblc, 1 slm'jliln'l have Ei'-i! wljai 1 i)!<l." "I.is'.«H:" Jlri ViY'ihcn snr.i:ri'-l for' Uml me;-;. K'lc sl:i!l«l llic ollicis. Oh, 1 !;aow l.ncia nil liKlll—- U's litnu slio lioaul n lot vilh ,! : .::! : hull. T.'e c.- :rh nn :i u::-. VW»r>«^-.. "*?^** *vnn ^ t3 ?. '<SSc. of lliluss niMl I'm ijlnil I linil n ! Tlmy rael few Irarclcrs. Tlie ro.icl-; cluncc- to s;iy \v!i:ii 1 illtl. I've liaii \ slcr liiUBerl powerfully ngnlnsi ilic : nlwiit :is ini!c:i of (!i!:i hiislncss of; ribbi>n ot pavement. Abovo tho rear j relative nililiK lulu i:i> ailiilrs as i '-nil i) in:; -||>,V J "111 ' . .„.,„',"„,.',, v ,. ( ,' ;; (|| ., ( lp , lor tt , s (.„.,,!,, ' I ••!} he said. "Wu're jjolng boiue." KI!c!i U'allricc's faco had slowly of llic winil uuil UirolitliiB oiislnc ! ' crl11 sl: ' 1!ll: M:1 > l - c llK '>'' n '^li 1 " l « i ii:~. i;v,.jy , c il'[. Oi'psy wculd liavc 1ml to slioul io|i"cn!lio It;" | ^ ci ( ' ciaho Jim hear her. Kadi time she | XIic tol»c eyes ^nr,;'!'<i! ani-,riiy ' io [::! lo<tcd :it him hlE eyes woro on | It v.'us .nlinobi ad i!nr.ir.:i ilit \vcrt; livl, .Hie road ahead. | lo:»!;!:iii ai a F:'"!::i;i'r, Gyiis> '• ;L,I: : It wns good to he oul In Hit nljii; j lho'j:;!it. Tiiis was nni the UiiuUy,'. irn-.:i, like Ihls. It gnvc Gypsy :i chance to considerate Jim sii^ li:nl uivoi::c •.:\:\,>. think. Tlia cblll wind hcalinsUwusloiucil lo. Slio li.ul nicani lojikir.o agaliisl her face seemed to wipe! fliow tliat KIIC was niaioful unrl all irrirt away Eomo of Ihc feverish liumllla-'-Hial sho hail siu:c<:c:lecl In lioliii:- ;.; lion of the illtinci parly. I.ucla \V.il-| Mas lo infuriate hii:i. . .•,,, lace's hateful voice slill rang in Iliej Tliry left ilic rcjlauraiii s-"i: '. I." tu !u li:i:ia i-.in- f maleri.il for drni'.,-i 1. - m.o the fiiiiillnvi' fur I'.itj r.':.l>,. Sin.' l-.:nl fiiii;c.;i,--| lo ll'u i.!ci-n!r!:iii u'-.-.l i':.t u Willl 11.n ri:.lll=JlC I" CCI Illi' mid be lnjiiii. 1 ;i^ ;' ':••..: \ ^ /JL,- .". - rtiti km .IliifelE^fel^..., „. , _ \J$>£. /U~\U. Be ' j(j\ •" •*> [•:-:- V-\-'---\ ;• •S*i-'«;i5S.Vi'iJS;HS,>!;j'-v'7 :r y!' /• 'V Vj^SKCrCT .,.--. il|i^^^j^:!^^l!^^_2-5 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Martin WOW! ;LB her nephew snokc. i fnccs uut " lc ' girl's ears. She knew she shonlil forget Ihal niyiitinaro of accnsinc vision Now her cheeks were scarlGt. "1 la-ier. thought I'd live lo Eye llic dav my ov,n hrother's FILI cuuld i taKt lo :n>; this way!" s!ic ei j fending her claimed. "I'd never have helieved il Dossiiilc!" "And I wouldn't have believed you'd invUe guests to you^ Gypsy's Giiscr hod melted long ago. Wounded pride *vas slower to iiL'M. She wn3 grateful to Jim fnr i:C' but i:o\v his Elooia/ silci:ce was frightening. They mast liavo driven for a:. hour and a bal[ before lie slaclionciJ speed. Then he glanced toward LIT : of i-l: "Cor nflcrviHi'il. 'I'Uc ilrivc hoii'.e vr;r r rnv/ ;;!:•,' ^:cnt \vi>r.l tiy Snin, sliorlei 1 in.TU tfypsy ]uul c:it)c:lci1 • ^:s',uri l :iy was the iiv;;.' r!-:- cio]i tEtnii^'Ei Jim kc];L Ihc oar ;n d:i\ "tt'liy can't Cu:n t!« licrc": Nr.vor s-rjietd. IL sv;au ncccs^ury !>:?• rp.usc they ucrc on n :inin lil-^U-' iv;iy \vilh E:H almost, ci sLrcnnj ol tr^t?:;. Uy|>sy Lspt u» her side n! tti£ «cn,t.' The night's tveiils li^il Ret IHT in | thinking How little nhe really knew | FOEl SALE- Good, c!ry cuok wood, lluchanon Coal Co.. Plioiic 107. 11P-C.N 1 "Git KENT FOR RENT — 2 room fumbhert aijaiimctit, Hgbts. bath, teh:phoue, garaei 1 . gccd location, 1001 Asli. Call :BD. 20P-K3I FOR KENT — iwdroom. private bp.ilt, close in. Plicr.e 155.1. Mrs. Belie M. Wood. 1SC-TP FOU RENT—3 room furnished fiat, garage anil ccal house. Call 678-W. 1C-IT FOR RENT—5 room modern apartment on .Main S!. arco'.a heal. Phone -111 or 479-W. 27C-K3I WANTED POULTRY WANTED — Market prices tiaid at U. L. iicnnctt Co. Feed rj-j. atO N. Railroad St., v:csl of courtliuiibe, J. E. I'isl'.cr, yhonc 6-1. 2-iC-TP to sticor ami make fun of someone. Aiml Kllco." Jim shot back. "Well, KO ahead. Von can talk to your heart's content now, only we won't be Iiere to HsU-nf" Harriet, cominj; froiti ilie UEtcEion. heard the Ea^t v.ords and dropped a ten cii|>. There nras the sound ol crashing ctiina. .tini nut his haml on Gypsy's arm and led her from the room. There '.vac :i moment's delay in tho hall for wraps and Uion they wore out of Die house. The fiesli air was comforting asalust Gyp.sy'3 smarLini; cliecks. It wns ;i cool and Invigorating breeze vriili a faint Jiint oJ spring in II. Twilight lisd turned into evening ai:tl i»nle stars ylnmnercd Iti ilie • cloudless sky. The street was very still. and ashed, "Cold?" int Walhcc. In^tc-ail of closer "Just a liltle." Gypsy m!i:i!nc !. j o:ie tnlshl hiivu tixi-.-clcil (1-e h:::i< I: "Time to be tiirnluK iLick." d-ililj hfJlwcen Uicm hr.d v/ldL-nnl. Jin Jim. When they readied ilio ueM i (»»'! hia Iroubirs ;::.d :•],*: li cross-roatls he swung tlie ruudslcr Was-ho lliinliljis of Mircia l.nrir.!; I tie ^irl tie F]LOI:!L| have ninrricd Gyjisy \vondt>rc-:l. Fur ilic ilion samitii tin:*.' rue tricu ID xuc.;: •:\:ti o to tlie riylit. &ynsy had no iilci o' I heir whereabouts. Siio WPS sur- Iirisetl v:lien soon alter she Friii brilliantly liglilcd aheaO. "Where ?.ro we?" Iho girl jiskHl. "Hampton," Jim answered. "H'r not much ol a nlace but they linve a fair restaurant. Thought, v,-c\l Letter slup and yive you a cli^ucc lo yet warm." Uypsy fount! tables covered \viiii E]K)tless linen, Evorylhisis oboist ilie long room liatl an air of clean v( . , ,„, , r ,, . i The proprietor came to meet Neither spoke. The sound o[ their , footsteps was cxasgerateit by ihej silence. Gypsy cast a quick, side ! t'OEI/LO. Joe, 1 tliorouri"::liirc' wo»lil he ndvyjiinre. The .vo:'.U^Lcr turnci! ILUC on wiiicli tha \\'alb;o Etocid, Gypsy gliiiicetl at Au:i ion's coltn^e ns ll;cy passrd. TUcrc- werc i]Q li^Iila at. the Jim slopped IMD c;ir for her and ™ , . , : M . I-.),, i-'cit out. She nnlati'!;i.il The restaurant looked quite or-1 ri'nary from the sidewalk but insi'lo POULTRY v.'ANTEO-Markcl prl- long glance at Jira. He was ins T.'Hli hSs heatl up, lips in a 6-rilsnt. <r§.wn iiue, his eyes di- Cj?'*'-^ ci, 1 ,-.'^ Jim *pe.iu^d entirely D. C.. March 7. 1931. ,~^,™~ nre hereby foliciled. to be opened; in the Office of the Supervising Architect. Treasury Department, Washington. D. C.. at 3 o'clock, a. m., on April 13, IS3I. for the sale or donation to the United States of preferably a corner lot containing Approximately 27,000 iqunre Jin s How's tho coffee?" "Vou can't set lietler. Von (hat." the mr.n said, Binilini;, p.i:tl offering :he .- - , ccs, any o.:iantity. Marilyn Hat- j ff.il, with a dimension of apuroxl- cncry, 2iO b. z-'ourlli St. DC-TI' WANT TO UORROW—$250 for a client, p:iynbl'j Dec. !st. Good endorsement. also first nit-rE.i^e. Thomas L:md Co. 2JC-K::0 H;-;LJABLK PARTY - v;;uitui handle WatSnns l>rcc:nc:s in B!y-| Ihcviilo. Cr---tuiiHrs Excellent opportunity raan. Wr:ic at onco. Tlie J. K. Watkins Co., 70-i:: \V. lo»a Avc.. Mrmphls. Tcnn. TRE'ASUKY DEf'.UlTMENT. Of- lic of the Scmlary, Wnshinjlon, ALT, KIXDS OK MACHINE \VOUK Electric and Gas Welding dons at OSBUONT IH-ACKSiMITII .SHOP US X. Franklin St. Invest With Safely GVi paid qiMrlei'ly on full paid stock, $100 iinil up. Guaranteed liy first inortjiacc loans on homes in Blythevillc. Secured and Insured. & loan Association \V. J[. Burns, Sec. e ?iti.' out went in .'lie k!;ch'.i: M:.t.i|j;.l ;iilllM It w;-..; i:r::rly III A , VV1.O, O?f\V -• SrtN •-• &o ov VOR mil,;, a "Any li The poi-tii;r.ii Ma'alii." hi ^. n wcix- so :d. "Vcl. :! li'tl,:! -,." a::il a llie a. fMrl.. The vo:'ll::-!ii l tnriud -v/r.y. !!!:; li:[[iu!:li i: 2 front floor, v/oiit hs^lile ar:d .swltclicd on iJie lighl. 1 ?. \Vhrn Jim relumed froni ptitliu:; l!io ror.-i.-ior sivuy Tor Ehe nif;til siie voi \iT:ii;:ic in ll:c liviug roo::i. haml.il ie;! ' t \:\ !:r.t flyiisy :.-!'ioil 'i '1'lure v.cre Lills E,t:d velope aihiirr.'-:il '..i .lini that »:itaii:rd r. circular. A ini'j^riciUo a snle ol Gypay C;.I:'L- to Ihc Ji.it c and us tt.c rLC"-;aii>.il I ho "Think I'll loiid av.-liile." ostnonnced, pickinii up a juws from tho lahle. "Then I'll say Kooihiisht." Gypsy | , lolil him. She went tbrou:;ti lu .llic | writing her lit;ii I Ecuned ' kilchcn lo be sure Maiil'ja l;:id; bca:i:i;-. I Lolled llie rear dnora. As slie [.nsicr! i <Tn J| ' oi!:iiv| More than I'.alf tile er.;i:e j-.jp.i- trale.il in the .sever,il • l-iticn of New Yori; state i-. c;:-.;.-a- ; the iiK'liopolis. L'RKCKLES AND HIS FRIKNDS i J'JSTA WJOT£.... Jf' 0^3" i n\ve Tut v.6V TO THA E'l OJT" 0= ,vv COOLO AHV&O ca, IT KAS Ma ~O TH>T FAWEL DCC'-l "*••£. "•-I'-'.cOS-rl 'S TV.S. .-•JTK/.....' NO TltECUL-V >bO SAY !^> OK!t ELSE U^S A k£y TO Td!S ROO.'A / A'-C. U£C"[OR WASH TUHHS r . e.vi ;w,.z. \ use OF FCLIA i ,'-.v: of SO VOU nr_ CHAMP. LH? VOU ToUV»U »:V(:AR,« f j :00. 1 p x >T v n>J 'Hi v.u v -?K. Tew Bf\oY -•.-1 V-UoV. olAKI PAiMT OL COM',. L._J ll i..^.«>a-J.>"ii''^ii**^-— -rvij-ji y Piopo.salSj rlrclmg to niately lb'0 lineal feel, on Ihe more important of the two street frontages, centrally nnd conveniently located ar.cl suitable for a Federal hi!ildin; t:U- at. Blythcville, Ar- kaiiins. Upon application, the roslmas'.c;- will supply prospective i bidders vilh a clrculnr ,,»!„; - parlicu'iirs us to requirements rttui '^"!' } ^' A ,\ \ instructions for pr(,-])anivion of bids 101 iij iv all( j j^j^ t[) uccompnny same. M.EtRY K. HEATH, Assistant Secretary. 1GC-K2 New York Cotton NEW YORK. March 28. (UP)— Ccitou cio?r,i l?arcly steady. Open High Low Ciose May 1088 1339 1080 1060 July .... .'112 1113 1103 1103 Oct 11-12 11-12 1133 113.! Dfc 11G1 1161 H4S 1140 J.n. 1107 11C7 1158 1153 Spols closet! quiet at 1080, oft 5. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. ! Co'.ton closed steady. May July Oil. lire. Jan. Mar. . QUIXCY, Cal.. (UP)— A hlack- i tr.i!ed ^?e<' came to tl^c Qnincy ] court licusc recently and prccecd: ed to tar^e or. lite 'awn. It ivas foi::-.d Ihc animal, a dee. vos ov>n?d I by n. L. SSviittot; o: Meadow Vnl- | Icy. \Viirn II:? o'.vner (lecxlrtl t-j r take ihs pet home she resisted, IffSJUC \OVO\ > fiai"!(in T viW Oi ^6053, cro.l i . v-i - -.•.- .- ACk.it, OiCRKi: , .'-li. I I'';- >-- ,'- "*1 .'/ COMCEAL ms OC-l^Hry V -- -'-VT' N-S -

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