The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 21, 1932 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 21, 1932
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FRIDAY.L BLYTHEVILLE. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS 51ci AMI11 ED SECTION - '*~w***"v #, PAGE SEVEN dviM-lising Kates. Minimum Charge S0c Count 5 Average Words to a Lluo Mumh !a i u 1)er une, 1)C r month GOc Six tiuios, per line i>L'r day . Ooo That times |ic" line Itr uuy OGc 0:;c lime per Hiiu luc All Ails run irregularly take '•lie one time rale. BUSINESS D1UBCIOUY KIKKINDALL'S 5-10-25C Store. Iiome 01 tiai'jjalns. Saw a wain. 28P- K Oci 28 1'LUMlilNG REDUCED RATES on plumbing work <!o:.>c Wore cold weather. A. G. Aitken. Call 8D4W. Mc-kU-H TAX i IN A HUHKY? CALL STRINGER TAXI PHONE 279 18I'-K 11-11! COAL AND WOOD Tranlham & Transfer Co. Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & H. R. si., Phono S04. 4C-K 11-4 Sinclair Gas A; Oil. Greasing, washing, U. S. Tires. Day aim Night Service. Plione 555. . Hy-kOci. 2t NEW FORD 15ATTEUIES. Rental batteries, rccluirglns and rcpulr- Tire & Battery Ktntlou. 18C-K 11-18 iiuj. TREES, SHIUJHS SHRUBS-fill prices. We set them mil. Hester's Piiilt inul Product'. 123 East Main 19p-klll9 POULTRY IIABV CHICKS, nil varieties. Custom hatchins solicited. Marilyn FOH SALE— Gcod dry wood, Phone" 71Z Cookc and ' "" Hatchery, Blytlicrlllc. Gilliam. 12C-K 11-12 WANTED—To overhaul your dec- COAL at low cash prices. Phone 48. trie sweeper. Work guaranteed.] Prompt Delivery. ULYTHEVILLE Hellncr Electric Service, % Gillen's l-'urn. Co. Phone MO. 26C-K Ocl 23 EXPERT Typewriter and aildlns machine repairing. U. S. Dlantc- cnsliip, llii E. Rose. Phone 1MW. 1C-K 11-1 HOMECRAFT COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad Sis. 5c-kNov.5 KINDLING and WOOD for healing and cooking. We deliver. W. .M. Smlt-:, Phono 080 or Gateway Slorj. 2Jp-k 11-21 LET'S SWAP WILL TRADE for set of children's bcoXs or sell. cVtcnp, n complete ret of Alexander Hamilton's business books. Address "II". Courier News. 28X-K-TF WHAT HAVE von to swap? Gel. results—It costs only u rev; cents a day. 'i'OK SALE—Home made quilts, i S3 apiece. Mrs. R. O. Hill, I house north Camp Mmillrie, 10p-k22 HOTELS "The GofT, it's a good liolel". Cafe in connection. 23c-k Oct 23 PHONE 10T "Our coal is black treat you while." BUCHANAN.]. FOR RKNT Loan Association, n corpoinllon, wns plalntill, No. 521)8. mid M. MnU et al were Defendants, will sell al public auction to the highest <in.1 best bidder, on a credit of three ' months, at llw front dear ol the I Court House, brtwccn Hie hours; prescribed by law. in Hi: cily 01 BlyUievllle, Arkansas, en the 13lli dny of November, '1932, (he follow- In^' reul estate, to-wlt: Lol No. 13 of Hie J. \v. Ua'.tor Addition to Ulytlievllle, Arkansas. Said sale will be hnd to satisfy Bald decree In tl'.e sum cf °l , with 10 IM.T coin interest (rcm September !•>!, 1932. The purchaser nl S !i!d stile will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of ti'c purchas; money, and n Hen will be returned ui»n said properly as additional security for the payment of such pnrclinre money. Witness my hand nnd (he seal of snid Court, on this, tlu 21 day of October, ]9M. R. L. GAINES Commissioner in Chancery. Prcwllt & Rogers, Altys. years HOOM & HOARD but we i FURNISHED AparlincnU-4 .rooms 21c-kll21 j and bath. Phone B65-W-. 21c-k28 , . Notice Is hereby l-X)Ii KENT—Seven room house at | pursuance of the 91C West As'i. Phone 151. MRS. T. B. WATSON-S5.50 weekly. 112 E. Cherry. Phone 602. 1P-K 11-1 WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping '"' 0 rooms. Frog Pond Cafe. 19c-lt •35 RESTAURANTS BEST' EATS ill town. Open day and night. Green Beetle Cafe. Mrs. J. W. Wright. Prop. 2:|p-k Oct 23 GARAGES FLOYD UAUGETT'S GARAGE- CHRYSLER SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL !fp-K 11-8 DRUGGISTS FOP. DHUGS go to the St. Francis' Drusj Co. Now located on Ash Street near 5lh. 23c-K Ocl 2J BEAUTY L'ARLORS WE SPECIALIZE IN . , HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP. 20c-!;ll-20 HATS CLEANED and re-shaped, '75c. Hudson Tailor Shop, phone 53 -i ,.'.'•• - ' - ''.-'' . .12C-K1I--J2 • 'SUPERIOR DYE WORK ATTENTION — Men's overcoals cleaned and. hats Mocked. Ladies fur trimmed coats our specialty. Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone I7J. Gp-K 11-6 DON'T THROW THEM AWAY. We re-line, re-model and repair coals and cuilt for men aud women. Experienced tailor and experienced dressmaker. Shop. Hudson Taller I2C-K ll-i:! DRESSMAKING SEWING, alterations, mending. Cheap. Mrs. E. A. Fisher, IDS W. Kentucky. 15C-K 11-15 DRESSMAKING—Coats relined, alterations a specialty, Ruth Thompson, Goff Hotel. 20c-l:ll-20 FOR SALE FOR RENT—One small furnished apartment; two 3~room and one 5-roohi apartfuen'.. utifuriilshcd. Rent reasonable to satisfactory tenants. Frank C. Douglas, or 454. 333 Hc-ktt YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs" but you can rely on Courier Ncv.'S WanL-Ads to rent lhal house or room. WANTED TO BUY HATCHING ECJQS — Marilyn Hatchery, nlytheville. 11C-K TF FILLING STATION, dwelling house, 3 sloraie tanks, all combined. Good business. Win sell cheap. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K 11-7 AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 29C-K Oct 29 ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Out-board motors, good as new. ; sizes. Bcouc Hall. lOp-k 11-10 FOR SALE REASONABLE—Slightly used portable typewriter. Call SC8-W. '-. 12x-ktf FOB SALE—Good 7':<lrawer Sing2r Sewing Machine, cheap. See Mrs. Elma ArchUlion, 712 W. Main. 20p-k21 FARM LANDS "OR SALE—63 acres in cultivaticn. 3 houses, bij? barn, in 6 •if Blyllievillc. 1 mile of miles good -.chool. S25.00 per acre, terms. ?honc 88V or 8S3. W. T. Barnett. 6C-K-TF DAIRIES FRESH—A Giride M«K delivered ht and mcrning. o. W. Lewis, Plicn= 877. 10P-K 11-Jl) KLECTRFCA!. Dust-proof bags, Urushcs an<l rubber-covered cord for your electric ssvecper. Holfncr Electric Service, '.c Gillen Furniture. Call GSO. 13c-klll3 E[/F:CTRJCAL APPLIAKCEH. fixtures . ;nd wirinR. WALI'OLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Plione 3H 14p-fcll-14 CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop tor H/paiis and estimates. Phone 44'2. IOP-K H-10 RADIO SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, r-itimatos free. R L. DEDMAN. Wn!ix>lc Electric Shop Phouc 314. 14p-kll-14 QUICK SERVICE on all types' of ladies. Watch for onr advertising car. Pari-liurst Co. Phone 57. 13p-kll-18 GKKE\ I.KAF CAFE A FIUJIT STA.V1) Regular Meals a Siwoially. All you ctin eat 25c. with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. See me for wholesale prices on apples. BUCK MLHAKG, Proprietor Wo Deliver 312 E. Main OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs wu-ikti 1 Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. , I'htinc 810-771 MAVE hnuse and lot to trade for Farm Laud. Eddie Burks. 130 Dongan. • 18C-K24 ?OR SALE-80 acres 1 mile of Bly- lliaville o» liard rord. 81300. Easy terms. Thomas Land Company. 21c-k22 Mr. Bargain Hunter fow is Ihe golden opnortimity to my a 40 or SO cr larger farm. 1m- >rovcd lauds can he bought at )riccs ranging from $15 to $40 If you acre, cash or terms, r. home this fall it in- rcase in value, pay a good dlvi- Icnt and help make a living. We an locale you, write or phone. G. G. CAUDILL Bux 1S8 Phone 7U7 15C-K 11-15 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE—Jersey Milcli Cows with young calves. Sec H. M. Beck at Harris' Barn. 10p-kll-10 :OK SALE—1 pair mules, ages years, weight about 1300 Ibs., 5275. C. O. Daniels, ;.; miie North ;f Yarbro. 19P-K22 MILCH COWS for sab or trade Hester's Fruit & Produce. 19p-klllo FOR SALE-Car load^of Vlcrscy Milch Cows at barn South of Cannin:; .Factory. Dlylheville, Oct 22. Sec O. F. Wear, Wnnlali»ga' WE PAY CASH for old cook stoves and used furniture. Don't throw them a\vuy. Dodson Furniture Co., 301 E. Main. Pllorie 155. , 4C-K 11-4 CORN WANTED—Marilyn Hatchery. Blyffievlllc. ' 21c-ktf HEH» 'WANTED WANTED — Mi. aged, settled woman, unencumbered, to do general house work. Apply to Mrs. A. Driver, Osccola Inn, Osceoln, Ark. 19P-K25 "SITUATIONS WANTED YOUNG LADY COLLEC5S GRADUATE desires position. Experienced iu general office work, as cashier, restaurant hostess and in caring for children. Willing to work cheap or lor room and board and smalt salary. Address "S" Courier News. fi-x-tl TO THOSE seeking jobs the Courier News Want-Ads otter a result producing service at low cost. Phone 300. Radio itlnsic Charms Snake APPALACHICOLA. Pla. JUP) — Music, said the ancients! hali; charm to soothe the savage fceast. In the case of a ratlbsnake here, ihe charm WOE fatal, fmsglnc the surprise of Charles -Wltl-.e.-spoon, sitting by the radio at his summer cottnge here, to see n .rattler peeping at him from behind the instrument,. Witherspcon kilhd the snake. COMMISSIONER'S SALK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance wilh the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for HID Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, en the 26 day of September, 1932. v/r.ercin Commonwealth Building & WASH TUBES COM.MlSSIONK.lfS SALE Klven, Hint in y and dl- rcctlojis coiitaliiedl In the dccr?l»l order of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, mnde and entered on Hi; 20lli'day of S'ptcmbir A. O. 1932 in a c?rl,ijn (No. Southwest JDliu Itock Land' Bniik complainant, and C. E. Chrlstman. et al, defendant, the urwbrslsrcd, as Commissioner ol said Court, will olfer for sale al public vjmtii- to tlie liljjhcst bidder, nt the from door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said court Is held, in the County of Mississippi within the hours prescribed by Inw for judicial siibs, on Saturday the 12 tiny of November A. D., 1032, [he following described real estate.'and personal properly. to-v,-lt: The Southeast Quarter except ii:c Sai;th six acres of the Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter—abo except one acre conveyed lo Howard Knapp. described as follows: Beginning on (lie country roaJ where samo crosses the North Line of the southeast Quarter, then ce South 56 .yards, East 80 yards, tr.ence N'orth to the county ' road, thence West to beginning point. Abo excepting V, acre church lot and also IVi acres for levee right-of-way, all in Section 23. Township 15 North, Range 12 East. Also the West Halt of the Southwest Quarl-r 1 of Section 24, .Township 15 North, Range 12 Eusl, all sub-, ject lo railroad right-of-way. Also (lie East 15.42 acres of Lot' I of the Northwest Quarter ol Section 1, Township H North H-inge 11 East. Tlie Northeast Quarter of SsclK'!> 1. Township H North, Range 11 East. The West 32 acres of the Soulhjnst Quarter of Sac-lion 1 and also (ne West 32 acr-ss of th« Northeast Quarter <jf Sactlnn \->. M in Township 14 North, R&nge II East, the, last two Iracis u - ing designated as Lot 5 in th™ portion of Wm. \Ssim Commissioner's repart recorded in Cnancery, containing in the w- grcgatc 412.92 acr;s, more or less. All that part of South Half of Section 13, lying South of Pride and Fairley Meander Line established by the District C-jurt of the Unile.1 Stales In case of U. S. vs. Le: WilSDii, ot al. transcript of which is recnrdccl in Book 25, nt page 623; all that part of fraclioniil South- cast Quarter, Section 14, South of Grassy Lake; all the Northwest Quruter Section 24. and all that part oi Northwest Quarter of the Souttieau Quar- mid nil of the Kusl unir the yoillhwcsl Quarter of S.'i'llun 2-1, IJ-IDK North ni) d West of St. Francis L;vec. nil in Tjwjislilp 10 Norlli, llntgu 12 Kusi, eonliilning 55U.'J2 «cr:s, more or ICM. Also nil "I lie iwrwiml proprly i!i .si'rlb.'d in Clmllel Mcrlem.-c, as recorded on III? HIM dny at April, 1931, In Kei-ord Hook H •11 ]iai;c 401. 1 blue lior.s? nuile, 9 years old. mimed "Trim" 1 bin:- horse mule, !) years old, nams'.l "Jerry" I Bray horse mule, in jviir.s old. named "Dave" 1 brown Morse mule, 10 old. mimed "Jim" 1 vert horse mill;, (I years o!d, lumcd "Hed" 1 W:ick horse mul?, 0 y»ars old. n.mietl "Shine" 1 bliu-k mare mule, 10 years old, named "Mnry" 1 Wu.i marc nuilf, i) ye.ns old, named "Hlue" 1 fcny horse mule, II y.Mrs ol'l, iiiimpil "Tom" 1 blaek horse mule. D years old, named "Habbllt" I blue horse mule, a years old, ULiiiK'il "Slim" 1 KI.IV dorse mule, 10 ye.irs ul:l. iiiinii'il "Tuek" 1 blue horse mule, 10 yenrs old, named "Tobe" 1 black horse mule, 0 ycurs old, named "Eagle" 1 Mnck ninre mule, 0 years old, named "Julia" 1 Wile marc mule, 8 years old, namei "Annie" 1 blnek horse mule, 8 yenrs old, named "Cob" 1 gray horse mule, 10 years old, named "Charlie" 1 black horse mule, Q yjurs old, named "Jim" 1 bay mare mule, 10 years old, named "Mary" 1 brown mare inuls, 10 years old, named "Deal" I black horse mule, D years old, named "Tom" 1 block horse mule, 9 years old, Jinmed "Albert" 1 black nmro mute/O 'years oM, named "Mall. 1 / 1 black mnre'inulc. 10 yenrs old, named "Emma" . And nil oilier live slock. Implements, wagons, farm took, •.shop tools and equipment situated on the Darnekl farms, including all- property acquired by the Southwest Joint Stock Lrwd Bank through foreclosure ; Eult against tho Rrirfield Mercantile Company, which prop- : crty Vas sold to D. H. Garner | and C. E. Chris! man. , '-,Al5»...the, tollowljuj miilos: . i bay horse mule, .6 years bid, 15!;; 'hands high 1 bay horse mule, B years old, 16 hands hlg'n 2 black iKfe mules. 6 years old, 15'X: hands high I black horse mule, 0 years old, 15'.-j hands high '1 bay marc mule, smooth jWOUtll, UK IHUKI.S high in Mississippi county, Arkansas. The nbovc real property shall be Eold subject to a prior lien Indebtedness of the Boutlm-est Joint Stock Land Bank amounting to $53.280.00 nnd the purchaser at s.ild sale shnli take title subject to Hi; lien of this indebtedness. TERMS OP SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser b3- ing required to execute a bond as required by law and the order nnd decree of snld court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest HI the rate of G per cent per c ent per annum from dale of sale "nlil paid, and a llen .shall he retained on th» real nnd p:rsonol properly sold to secure Die payment ol the purchase money. Given under my hand <ind seal this 20 day of October. 1DH2. H. L. GAINES CD. .misjioner in Chancery. 10-21-28 (,'O.HMISSIONEH'S SA14C Notice Is hereby given lli»t ifcc undersigned oomuiLulonvr, In com- pllancu wllh tlio terms of a drcree rendered by tlw Chancery Court fur the OiUckmuwba District of Mississippi County, Arkuisas, on Ilia 28 day of September, 1932, wherein commonwealth Building and 1,0,111 Association, Hun, was I'lalntlfl, Ni der, on a credit ot ihreo inouths, ftl Hie front door of the Court Hoiiw, Ijetwccn tho hours pvstcrlb- -i«l by law, in tlie City of Blyllu.- e ville, Arkansas, on tho' llth day o! 1st/ 1932. ',.•--• ' •'. S ' Tee purchaser at-salt} cat) yill, be icinilrcd-to cxecutj hood with j approved ^curlty, to sicure thf, Payment ; ot Uie purcha-.; mansj,' wid a llc'jj n-111 be retained upon^ will property as additional security for lire-payment of such pur-" 1 cli»«o money. ' '_ Witness my hand and tb-3 £sa)! ol said Court, on this, tfte 21 dty »iin lu |x?r cent Interest Irom June i R. L. QA1NES * Isl, 1(1-32, and tho sum of »IO with | Oommlssloncr In Chancery ja_j>cr cent interest from August, I'rcwllt & Rogers, Attys. November, 1032, tliu r»)lo»-lng r«al estale, lo-wll: Lot No, 8 In Block 8, 1'iirk Adilllon lo Ihe Cily of Blylhc- vllle, Arknnuns, Of 'BUT,UNCt-E AMOS, V I -DIBN'T HURT YOUT? ; ( CONCB-etlNA WMEN 1 ToOK [ IT OUY£>)T3e VESTED-DAY f I IT TEUT LI KB THERE S WAS SOfAETrtlN<b STUCK. 7 INS1PE Of IT WHEN I'D TRY TO PUSH ThA ( MUSIC T2OUI- OTP rAAYS WHETSt I IN MY OLD -— WHY - AH BY JOVE/AWIN, ' ^jOiNcb TO B YOU A WHAT'S WHY, (Tfe MY \-»- HAW- IT — - AfllHUSHING THK AiMliUSHKR! Hotel. 20c-k27 PARMEHS having livestock to sell or If they desire to buy they vill find It convenient and economical to tise Courier News Want- SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Us First R. J. Dodson TOH, HO! SO HtU V JUST FOR TrtM, NOO WM TPvK.6. PLACE. O' THE FtRW AN' EXECUTE THKT BIINKIH' o' VOURS NERSELR KKKCKLKS AND HIS FRIENDS See Weisburd And Sec Belter-, g TKSTED .,I : KliE Glasses "Titled ' AUTOMOTIVE j ''OR SALE— New and Uscd~~Ami) | Parts. Jackson Aulo Paris Co I 020 W. .Main, Phone C5. j _ 3c-K Nov 3 [FOR SALE—Model "A" Pr~Tnii I FoM Truck. Pertecl condition. | Very reasonable. John C. McHrmey, I Jr., "The Monument Man". | 23c-k-TF I JWTLI, TRADE '30 Essex"~"Sr~latc • L | '30 Frrd. Consider equity in nc w ! 11 Ford. Mine is paid for. Write Box ' ! 1 2 ' cit ij rDC-KSJ • WATICRPROOF Covers • for "trucks' and ivajcru. Carney Awning Co ! | ; 113-S.'Firit St., 643. "l nP-Kll-17' CC*CM IJOoSE HAS CALLED OFF THE PRACTICE FOR. TODAY..; AMD WE SAID I COOLO WEAR fAY UWIFORM HOME-'-' HEV V1HEREVH <~ ~>bw BEEW ? yoO'R£ LATE R)R SUPPER.. I'VE ALL CNE.R. ROB. >t>u...OnoH!6OT A PooT BAIL soft OW!! ,_ "1 J,""/! VffO: TAG'S I'ROUI) OF HIS UROTHKR! VEAH... HOVJ • DO 1 LOCK ItJ IT TAG •z --^y- O>rt f^^=^~"=^~ T6A.Vl....TUeYPe *vS\r^ — IB PLAY i—----- iLE IMA P_,, DAYS.. VJOJT Tve S '^ WERE.. v_^.-w_ sj LET .ME -^^'-A CARRY ~~^S3, VOOR. =NSyL07HES -••' /v v l C '-^ , v/J y \-,/r "^ £]*._-* 6 v"^to ^w inca.u.a.wT.ofF, ^ FOCVTBALL PLAYS SttK(fW£»K[rNWMV$llttOtJtaHL \ T WI-.B iSc Utc K™*. RwWj \ol» i\ • © 'ffTCX SHIFTING- The (Jnt sVrfcli show? lh? knt n orlhoJox pfv- sttixi Wore ^rC sJiift As lit* agna!«w \\ff SMI rs gt\Tn, iKc ^ajtts l?Vc up ttif posrtnb Ao*^i » $wond sfcrtch Ttw quartcttack 'n»\tt o*<» lo tKc siic cf l)w center, the nJ^ on iSe s«c Af pljy u (o $o nwv« osrt ^ flirJu tH? qxt dW • fufWV moves over Ic such a position a. 1 *o trite a paw cfc«t from cerrtci. aM iSe othet KJf stindi dirttlly .behind cmlci' \VVK t!r& &ft (he quricrbA^ cu eiLKer tike a put froro center tod te^j k to I)K m» cnw^ fte plaj, * Hicli cw be «*Jr« M wd rw a « oi- Udie foul, or c*n npul Ew i iwa pw fc iht i

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