The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 28, 1932
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V JVEbNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1932 .__ BLYTIIEVILLB. (ARK.V COURIER'NEWS m. FAGiE ITV1 Directoryo£_. .. Classified Advertising Rules Minimum charge Me Count 5.Average Words to a Line Month rate per line, )«r month COc Six times, p*f l' n e P° r day . 05c Three times per line per day 06c One time per Hue lOo All Ads run irregularly tafce the one time rate. FOR SALE FIRST CLASS waterproof covers tor trucks and wagons. Carney company, Pfione (i<3. llu-toct V, FOB SALE AT HAW PRICE—Universal valve refacer and Hall Universal Hone, two sets of rocks. All practically new. j. c, ctaplii, M-i- nila, Ark. 27p-kiO FOB SALE—Household furniture. Call 7I5-W. 27c-kO STORE FIXTURES FOE SALE OK TRADE—Lupton show case, bins, shelving and tiro rack. Phone 202-w. 19p-k 10-10 FARM LANDS SMALL FARMS FOR SALE-At ?20 to $30 per' acre. Well located, cleared and Improved. Land produces 3-4 to 1 bale cotton per acre and corn and other crops In abundance. Phone 797, G. G. Oaudill, 26c-k-tf AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE—One Chevrolet sedan, 1930 mold. In A-l condition, Jusl completely overhauled, nc«- pistons, new rings, good tires. S275 all cash. Meyers Bros, 24c-kl FOR SALE—SAVE on Goodyear Tires arid. Tunes, auto accessories. n«w and rebuilt batteries, Mo- torlne Oil, lie quart. Wolf Arian, Phone 116. Ifick-Oct. lli FOR SALE—Model "A" I'/, Ton Ford Truck. Periecl condition. Very reasonable. John C. McHaney Jr., "The Monument Man". 23c-k-TP WAMiO-Bleady, retliililc man la >\Au HILCI ucitst-t 1 GluiTa ill Uly- Hue. juirniiias average f/5 s Wants ijlTUATlOiNS \VANir,l> WANTED—I'ositloH t>y young man, college graouaiv. a;v-;r;i! years uiiig CUM oiiice i-xui'iience. \u' Coiner i\«ws. -;u--ixJi) TO THOSE sccklus jobs the Courier News Want-Ads oner a result producmij service at low cost. I'honu sou. SPACE FOR LEASE YOU CAN lease a space like this every day in the inontli. at low cost. Phone 30C. JUNK, HIDES, ETC. WANTED—Junk of all kinds, hides, iron, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Wolf Arlan. rhone 176. 16ck-Oct. 10 LOST LOST—1'oiuler Doe. solid liver tick. Keward for return lo Jimmle Ledbellcr. 27C-K-TF LOST—Howard for return cf Billfold containing Tennessee embalming license card. Howard Davis. Meyers Bargain Store. 27P-KSO FOUND A WAY to convert old furniture clolhcs, and other unwanted items In your home into ready cash. Phon™ 300 and ask the Want- Ad Taker she'll give you full details. POULTRY CUSTOM HATCHING —Beginnlns Sept-, 12th. Baby Chicks, Oct 3rd. Marilyn Hatchery, Blytheville. 5C-KTF LIVE STOCK Sinclair Gas & oil. Greasing, vash- ing, u. S, Tires, Day and Niijht , Service. Phone 555. 24p-kOcU 2< FARMERS having livestock to sell or if (hey desire to buy they will line! It convenient f.nd economical to use Courier News Wanl- Ads. IIOJHECRAtT WANTED TO SELL-J62 credit on Model "A" Ford lor 550 cash or would, trad^ in on good used ~Ford. : car. Mrs". Cross. 216 W. Davis/ 26P-K29 See our new attachment for making Slngercralt rugs. We teach you. i Singer Sewing Machine Co. 10pkl019 LETS SWAP WHAT HAVE vou to swap? Get results—It costs only a few cents WILL TRADE for set of children's books or sell, cheap, a complete set of Alexander Hamilton's business books. Address "H", • Courier News. Mx-K-TF FOR RENT FOR HENT—Fur/ilshcd apartment, 108 West Kentucky, Phone 683. 16C-K-TI FURNISHED house, five rooms. bath, garage, servant house 130C Chickasawba. Call 83 or 280. lOcklO 19c-klO-H FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, Arcola heat and garage, loa? Walnut street. Phone. 537. 27c-k30 YO(J CANT RELY on 'Tor Rent Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent that house or room. WANTED WANTED TO KENT—House will) Arco'.a heat. "H", Care of Courier Ncv.-s. 2CC-K23 WANTED TO RENT—Three room unfurnished apartment. Close in. 'B'' courier News. 27ck30 HEM 1 WANTED WANTED—Reliable colored boy tc ''dp in shop and make deliveries. Apply at Finny Doughnut Shop, Ash street between Broadway and Fllth - 26s-l:2S OPEN AT NIGHT Expsrt Furd Repairs Wrecljer Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone SH-777 WERT HE MAKES -'KM SEE Office Over Joe Stoic Isaac's SECOND HAND FURNITURE 8«e Us Krst R. J. Dodson »n-tn r See Weisburd And Sec Better EVtS TESTED FKEE And Glisses Fitted YOU OAN-T RELY on "roc Rent Slgrrf 1 but you can rely 0:1 Courier' News Want-Ads to rent .liftt house or room. HOTELS 'THE GOPF"—It's a good hotel. Cafe in connection. 23c-k Oct 23 RESTAURANTS Visit Gco. Wright's Wall Street Lunch, located in Greyhound Bus Slntlon. S-15 ck 10-15 BEST EATS in town. Open day and niglit. Green Hectic Cafe. Mrs. J. W. Wright, Prop. 23p-k Oct 23 GARAGES EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrecker Service. Peoples Oarage. Phone X)5. aiP-K Oct. 21 DRUGGISTS FOR DRUGS go ^ 'he St. Francis Drug' Co. Now located Ash Slrect near 5th. 23c-K Oct. 23 BEAUTY PARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Per- imncnls S3.50 up. Powder Puff Seauly Parlor.' 21P-K Oct 21 YOU (JAN'T RELY on "For Renl Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent •hat house or room. BUSINESS DIRECTORY KTRKINDALI/5 5-10-25C Store. Home of bargains. Save n walk. 28P- K Ocl 28 WANTED—To overhaul your elcc- Iric sweeper. \Vcrk guaranteed. Heffncr Electric Service, "r Oillen's Fum. Co. Phone 680. 28C-K Oct 28 PERSONAL oniVlNC. to Chicago Friday inorii- 1113. Will take cue pasren$cr. 7all 010. 28P-K30 NOTICE Upon and following tile d^te of 'his publication I will not be •rrponsihle for any debts contracted by my wife. Mrs. Lillie Bal.'ey. (Sisncdl Harry M. Bullcy. 28C-KI Glassford Reviews 77th Among notables who reviewed .the : 77lh Division reunion as It paraded In New York, v>*s Brig. Gen. Pelham D. Olasslord (right), Washington police chief who' befriended the Bonus Army marchers though he (s against Ihe tantiE. Left to right en the reviewing s:and OK thuwu Acting Governor Lvhunnn ol New York, Gen. John F. Danlell Joseph Uve and Olassford, Gophers and Rattlers Together in Harmony | OCALA, yia. (UP)—In the san- i dy portions of Florida live (he' diamond back, rattlesnake and the gopher tortoise. Ofien they live together and no battle between them ever has been recorded. The gophers burrow under the ground and In time of Hre or cold, the snakes join them. Ross Alien, >r of the Florida Replile BRITISH AIR REEDS On Sept. 28, 1918, it \vas revealed hut British war pilots had slid'. Institute at Silver Springs de- i d ° wn 3B3 Gerrniul airplanes on the elded to conduct an experiment.' l y cste m '—' ""•'•" "" ""' "" during tho first 2' He placed a number of gophers; iii'I davs ot llle mo "' n - tho Pit u-Jth 100 rsttiers. The go-' Gerinii troo|K, in a dctirmiiud pliers crawled about and were un- j counter-attack, were repulsed by disturbed. . American forces north of Dannc- Allcn forced a rattlor to bite ai vcux ' *' renc h forces were success- gophev. On two hours a;id 10 niin-| ful in '"king Fort Malmolson, utes the gopher was dead. It's a: southeast of Laon, and advancing dangerous life they lead when the ', 'n Champagne, rattlers move In. . .women find so uses for the old furniture, getting household help, apartment hunting. Jubt phore SOU li you waul results. COUIUKK NEWS WANT ADS SHG KITCHEN HV SISTKIt MAHV NE.V Senior Writer Toward the end of the season I'rc comes a lime when gnrcl- s and markets nvc filled wllh cclils and ends of the summer's Tbtro »>»)• uol bo enough of any one vegetable or fviilt left n llii! Individual garden lo serve un Hie luble or to can for the winter, bin a variety of delicious scup4 £.ilf|d ml.\(u/.'5, relishes, chutncys and preserves mny bu iltilo by combining the odds of some crops wltli (lie ends ot III'] S. Kor some pin news uluiosl any ccmMimllim of vegetables may IK used II ihoiigm Is given lo Die p.rr- ' mtlng taste desired. l-'or usi's, a careful .study of combined avais Is needed for satls- facuiry lysults. An excellent sou]) mixture Is mads by lining u eternized Jnr with layers of all the vegetables at hand. Late peas, bcuns. cnr- rcl*. corn, celery, okra, louiuloes cuions, turnips, cauliflower imO cnbtage can be used in numerous combinations. The mixture Is canned according to the usual hot- pnck method, processing the cans for Hie i>erlod required by llio vegetable necdlns Hie longest time Tlicsu soup mixtures nrc most convenient and economical to have on hand for winter use. A more definite rulo for a soup mixture (lint can be varied to suit your own garden follows: Soup Mixture One cup small limn or freer beans cut in small pieces, 1 cu[ corn, i cup diced carrots, 1 cup diced celery, 1 small onion minced I sweet green pepper minced. 4 cups diced tomatoes, 2 lenpoons salt, 1 tablespoon minced parsley Prepare vegetables ss for ilie table. That is, cutting [he con Iiom the cob, peeling and quartering tomatoes and cutting other vegetables into sizes suitable for use In a vegetable suup. combine an:l bring lo Ihe boiling point. Add salt and boll lor five minutes. Pack in sterilized" jars, half seal anc process in liol water bath foi ilirce hours or under len pound: •pressure for one hour. . Another very good mixture use: one cup each of-corn'ciit from .the • Belgian and British trooiis. ireltl- |' cot> !inti nkra " il ln sllorl P iec « ed into a compact unit, attacked on ! lo 3 "'I* of lotnutacs. Proces, a 10-mile front in Flanders, anil ] ""s mixture for two and one-hat: advanced more than three and a j hr}ur5 half miles from Dixmude to a poinl '• Salal1 matures are canned in r.orth of Ypres.- .'slightly sweetened vinegar. Tliq __L. j vegetables ar e fresh and dcliclou ! lasting when served In the wlnte Versatile Woman Runs ' uith a " loi " Frcnch dlc «t»K <> r o n mayonnaise dressing. Lima beans, for Seat on Bench ings, fried summer siunsli, ccliny ind cabbage mid cnrnrt silud, heese cake, sweta cltlor,'milk. 'olice Tike Perverw Mule to Jail NEW OHLEAN8, La. IUP)-A perverse i-ii'utuw Is Yvonne, anil [ultc iiuturolly, since slio la not only tvmlnlno bin n mule. When wllce approached (o HITMI her tried to get peddlers lici'iur, they fled and left Vvonuc In the hands of tHc law 'Mm lijw consisted in ihh cuse of one ]x>)lrciii»ii. irj Vronnc to Jail. Uy dim of iniiL'h pulling and blnitnhig Yvonne arrived at the fcllliomc. Slip wouldii'l EO rji 1 , liowcvcr. Slie put her fool down- In fuel, all Jour of them—and It wns only by Ihe work of several j |<ollcciucn that she lo u viie« been made from pine pulp, the ex.«v w.,r ,s d ,™ mAm '" ™*»*^K™K fS!lJ^J!!L£^^ "" *"* announced. The laboratory Is «- HO HUM — HERE A LITTLE GIFT VOT2. OURTWETtETrt WEDDING ANNIVERSARY —IM-fA JUST $3OO—-A HUNDRED TXJLLAT2. BILL TOT2, ' NOT MUCH —BUT VOU CAN BUY SOhAE.TRiNrCtt WITH IT/ WOULT5 YOU PLEASE PRETW2.E. A. DUTCH LUNCH—-I AM ASKING. SOME OF THE OWLS CLUB BOYS' Overe -TON&HT/ TO COME- OVER. BOTH NEED HIM/ HE OUT OF HIS HEAPS SAFK? By M»rtti, SEATTLE (UP) — An nttorney small uncut string beuns, carrots. ; rrd and green peppers, silver on- I Ions and cucumbers nre rspeclally and n mother, a .ca'ndidaie rori eaocl for thls |)urD:ls(; ' with tnc public office and an excellent | exception of cucumbers, which housekeeper. Thai's Lady Willie :? hould ^ £ o:iked over niglit In a Forbus, in private life Mrs. Alvaro i salt solution, the vegetables ure Shoemaker, one of the candidates I Prepared as tor canning. When luuning for superior court judge > vegetables arc ready, .pack them In in King County. . . sterilized jars and yx>ur over a sol- Lady Willie is a southerner, IK- !; llio " H iail( > "V bringing to the boll- Ing born on n Mississippi planH- '"E point, 3-t cup sugar, 1-4 cup tlon in 1892. Tliencc tier name. water, 2 cups vinegar and 2 lea- She and her two younger sisters ] spoons salt. Process in liol wa- cbtained their Parly education by i tor balh for thirty minutes or at rowing two miles to school down ten pounds pressure for ten mln- an alligator infested river, and j utes. learned to s\vim with an anxious eye tor cotton-mouthed moccasin Miakes luriiing in shaded pools. "Of course, all that doesn't r.3- ctssarily qualify me for superior court judge," she snys. But she can point to a fine law record, and is making n strong appeal lo woman voters. Tomorrow's' Menu BREAKFAST — Orapes, cereal, cream, walflcs, honey, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON — (Jrcen peppers stuffed with salmon, bran bread, baked pears, ginger cookies, milk, tea. DINNER—Veal slew with dump- WASH TUBES WARNING OUDEIt CHANCERY COURT, CH1CKA- SAWiSA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. J. A. Carroll, Plaintiff vs. No. 5328 Ansta E. Carroll, Defendant The defendant. Ansta E. Carroll, Is earned to appear within tr.irty days In the court named In Ills caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, J. A. Cayvll. Dated 0-13-1932 R. I,. GAINES.'Clerk By Elizabclh Blythe, D. C. Ivy W. Crawford, Ally Ad L'.tem. H-31-28-5 THTON Irtt R£TORN OF THt Ml'WlTiOMS SHIP, tA GRIPPE BACK IN ],A GRIPPE! VMITO KOTOR TRUCKS, ToOlWCi TPEl&HT TRKM5 SOLDIERS. TSST-HOW'S VOURCHftMCE to ESCfvPE. -SUP OMER. THE S\P£, MA'AiM/ PiNP WHORE CK5UM. UKE. r-~--^ FKECKLKS HOLD-UP MIDAIR'! A FAST ATSD HIS FRIENDS k&WS THftT 1 5APPRTUNE I! ; OUT- MiJMBEREP 12 TO 1. 60AROEP DOR. Hr Crane MUNITIONS? S*FE. THE MONITIONS? (Q^f^' THE HAWK! A MESAPHO»J6 TU£ PILOT CALLS OUT, *«o DOWN AT OMCe OR. I'LL CRASH Mt.'S JUST TRYWS To BLUFF V.TO-.TME ME CtXtU US DOYJM VJODLD BE To <:RASH u:-.... AMD ME VNOULDrJT DARE DO THAT '.'. By Blossei Cue BAWOIT PLANE IS WISH ABOV& THEM, HOVE RIMS OM THE EDSE OP A 3AWK A BIRD' OF ' TO POUMCE .'.' >*>• J^?^^ "<?/ / \-

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