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TUKSDAY,_OCTOBEn 25, 1932 BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED SECTION . PAGE Classified Advertising Kates , . Minimum Charge Bte <-'ount 5 Average Words to aLUie Month rate per line, per month 60c Six times, per line per day . 05e- Three times per line per day We One time per Jine We All Ads run Irregularly take ilie one time rate. SS DIULUTUKY KlKKlNfJAlL'S 5-10-250 Store, liome ot Bargains, bave a wui 2UP- K Oct TAXI IN A HURRY? CALL ST1UNGER TAXI PHONE 279 18P-K 11-11! COAL AND WOOD Trunlham Coal & Transfer Co. Dealers In Kentucky and Sunlight. Coal Sycamore & n. R. St., I'honc M4. 4C-K. 11-1 PHONE 107 BUCHANAN. "Our coal Is bltick bin \vc treat, you while." 2lc-kll21 FARMERS having' livestock to sell or If they desire to blfy they will llnd It convenient ana icon- oinlcal to use Courier News Waui- AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE— Model "A" 1!5 Tot! Ford Truck. Perfect condition. Very reasonable. Jolm c. Molluncy. Jr., "The Monument Man". 23c-k-Tl? FOR SALE—New aiid' Used Auto PurLs. Jackson Auto Parts Co. 2020 W. Main, Phono 08, 3c-K Nov J COAL at low cash prices. Phone 48. Prompt Delivery. 15LYT11EV1LLE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad SU. 5c-kNov.5 Better Used Car Values .9'JO Graham Coupe §205.00 1030 Marquelc Sedan *'s Wants VANTEU— To overhaul your cleu- l trie sweeper. Work yuurantc-cd. leitnei 1 lilcctric Service, ',1 Gilien's urn. Co. 1'hone BSD. Vi»C-K. Oct 28 iXPERT TyiKwrilcr and adding machine repairing. U. s. Biank- usliip, 110 E. Hose. Phone ItiiW. 1C-K H-l GAUAGKS FLOYD HARGETT'S GARAGE CHKVSLEH SFECIAL1SX OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K 11-8 UEAUTY PARLORS WE SPECIALISE IN HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phone 92 20C K 11-21) HOMECRAFT ? REhJ demonstration on latest- sewing art. SIKGERCKAFl' rugs, oys and jjias. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 24])-k 11-21 CI.KANKRS, TAILORS HATS CLEANED and re-shaped, 15c. Hudson Tailor Shop, Phone 33. 12C-K11-12 SUPERIOR DYE WORK ATTENTION — Men's overcoali cleaned and hals blocked. Ladies "in- trimmed coals oui' specialty. Call Unlfjiie Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone 111. Cp-K. 11-0 DONT THROW THEM AWAY. We re-line, re-model and repair coats and suits for men and wo- ueu. Experienced tailor and experienced dressmaker. Hudson Tailor Shop. 12C-K 11-12 DAIRIES night and morning, o. W. Lewis, Phone 87V. IOP-K 11-10 ELECTRICAL Dusl-proof bags, Brushes and rubber-covered cord for your electric sweeper. ilcffner Electric Service, % Gillen Furniture, Call G80. 13c-klU3 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, fix- lures md wiriii};. WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Phone 3H I4p-kll-14 CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop for repairs and estimates. Phone 442. 10P-K 11-10 PLUMBING DEDUCED KATES on plumbing work do'iit before cold weather. A. G. Aitkeu.'Call SOUV. Hc-kll-H RADIO SERVlCb; RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, estimates free. R. L. DEDMAN, Waliwle Electric Shop, rionc J14.^ »]i-kll-14 QUICK SERVICE on all lyijcs of radics. Wateli for our adverlisins car. Parkhurst, Co. Phone 57. 18p-kll-18 DRESSMAKING SEWING, alterations, mending. Cheap. Mrs. E. A. Fisher, 109 W. Kentucky. 15C-K 11-15 DRESSMAKING Coats relincj, alterations a specially. R u t li Thompson. Golf Hotel. 20c-kll-20 CliKKN I.EA1' CAFK * l-'KUIT STAND Regular Meals a Specially. All yon can cat 25c, with drink. Complete line of Fruils & Veg- clables. Sec ;ne for wholesale prices on apples. ISIJCK MEIIAKG, rronricior We Deliver 312 E. Main OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs Ynixkei' Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 1'hone 810-T77 SECONl) HAND k FURNITURE 1 See UH Jt'irst | R. J. Dodson I loi-ses K. ST«I« I | See Weisburd 1 And Sec IJclter I KINDLING and WOOD for heating and cooking. We deliver. W. M. Smith, Phone 980 or Gateway Store. 21p-k 11-21 I-'OH SALE— Good dry wood, I'liohe 712. Cooke. and Gilliam. 12C-K 11-13 TREES, SHRUliS SHRUBS-iill prices. We set Ihem out. Hester's I'ruit and Produre. 123 E;isl Main IDp-klllO ROOM & HOAKU MRS. T. R. WATSON— $5.50 weekly. 112 E. Cherry. Phone G02. 1P-K U-l (^C WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping M" rooms. Frog Pond Cafe. tSc-tf FOR SALE FILLING STATIC N, dwcllina house, 3 storage tanks, all combined. Good business. Will sell cheap. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K 11-7 AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE AKK.MO LUMBER YAHDb 29C-K OCL 2!) ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Oul-board motors, good au new, J sizes. Boone Hall. IQp-t 11-10 r-^113 c-irT-.r>mc.f-\»r«nrr. ol'll ly usc<l portable t-yiie«riter. Call Sfia-W. 12x-ktf GIANT Jonquil Bulbs 50c \icr dozen. Mrs. Cico. Cross, Phone •103. 1!5P-K 11-1 Lalgc WATER.BURY FURNACE, suil.iblcfor healing school, church, store or any large building. Will sel! cheap. Write Box 127 or inquire at 117 South Broadway. 25pk28 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE— 80 acres all cultivated, black sandy loam, well drained, '.i mile Iran highway. Good five room residence, large barn, three sootl tenant houses. All in good repair and al] recently painted. 40 acres tile drained. Price $50.00 per acre, Vi cash, balance 20 annual payments. KOH SALE— 80 acres, all cultivated, on highway, four houses. Price 550.CO per acre, ',; cash, balance 20 years. FOR RALE — 10 acres, all cultivated, on highway, two houses. Price $50.00 per acre, '.i cash, bal- .ince 20 years. TOR SALE— 3«0 acres, 330 cultivated, 3 houses, one mile' from highway. Trice $50.01)0 per acre. *jiX)t).Ot> rash, balance 10 years. U. L. WAUDKI,!,, OSCEOLA, AKK. 25C-K^B FOR SALE- -House and lot. See Gco. Cross, atKI Lake St. 25P-K 11-1 FOR SALE— Six room house, two acres or land on Highway 18, west oi Blylhcvillc. Price $750 cash. Cr.arley Avilts. 25p-kl FARM LANDS FOH SALE— 53 acres in cultivation. 3 houses, our. barn, in 6 miles of niylhcville. 1 mile of good school. $25.00 per acre, terms Phone 887 or 8S8. W. T. Barnctt. GC-K-TT' Mr. Bargain Hunter -Von is (he t'oktcn opTOrlimily lo nsiy a 40 or 80 or larger farm, improved lands can be bought at prices ranying from $15 to $40 [>er acre, cash or terms. If you ouy a home this fall it will n- crcase in value, pay a good divi- dent and J-.elp make a living. We can locate you. write or phone. G. G. CAUDILL " Box 188 rj, onc j S7 15C-K 11-15 WAN'lEU— To rent train 120 to MO acres of ierlilc land in good cralum. Can n.rnish myselt Good leUnncc. W. G. Turner, Holland, Mo - 25P-K 11-1 LIVE STOCK FOR SALFj-Jcrsey M l iclT~Covw with young calves. See K. M Bccfc at Harris' Barn. ISy-kll-io MILCH COWS for sale or trade Hester's Fruit & Produce. 10p-klll£> I-( ??, SALE-Car load of Jersey Milch Cows at barn so,,,,, ', D2S) Clicvrolet Coac'n .. . $14500 929 Clievrolet Truck .... $18500 U31 Chevrolet Truck ^350 00 Open al night until !) p M. Sliouse-LilUe tnevrolet to. VA'i't'Ul'KUUl' 1 Uovers loi 1 lincKt. ul.u \SUB^US. Uarncy Aninni; i^u., lo O. 1-iioL ril., 1'IIUIIU Uio. ivr-iill-ri NEW 1-OKU liATi'EKlEy. Rental lMlteilv.5, lucliuriiiiiit unu ivpiur- ni;. 'i'1'i TH'L >w uaaeiy bumun. liju-K li-id WASHING ?5c - - GREASING 'I5e DAY & WIGHT iihUVlUt; PHONE a5g . i'-ll' K 11-24 1'OULTRY BABV! CHICKS, all varielies. Custom hatching solicited. Marilyn Hatchery, Ulyihevil!e. 4ckll LET'S SWAP WILL TRADE for set of children's books or sell, cheap, u complete sel or Alexander Hamilton's uusl- ess Uouks. Address "11", Courier Ncivs aK-K-TU f WHAT HAVE you to swa i? Gel results— 11 cosis only u lev.' cents n (lay. FOR RENT FURNISHED Apar menl— 4 'rooms and. ba,th. Phono 8G5-W. 21C-MB FOR RENT— One s mill furnished apartment; two 3-roo;n nnd one 5-room apartment uulurnished. Rent reasonable to sallslaclory tenants. Frank c. Uouglas, phones 383 or 454. Hc-Mf YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads tu rent that house or room. WANTED WANTED— Furnished room in mud- em private home. Box XY Courier. ' _ ' 25|)-M!) WANTED TO BUY WE PAY CASH for old cook stoves and us'cd furniture. D'ju'l throw them away. IJkxlson Furniture Co., 3U1 K -Main. PJione 155. 4C-K 11-4 CORN CANTED— Marilvn Hatcii- ery, Blytlicvlllc. 21c-ktf SITUATIONS WANTED YOUNG LADY COLLEGE GRAD. UATE desires posilipu. Experienced in general office work, as cnsliier, restaurant hostess and in caring for children. Willing to work cheap or for room and board and small salary. Address "S" Courier News. o- x . t f TO THOSE seeking jobs thr; Courier News Want-Ads offer a result producing service at low cost. Phone 30C. WASH TUBBS f»Sf K .1 KecuTeP/ __ HtJkRTltSS BOLL QiP PWISON Footes jp> W^SH TO TURN — = MACHINE <SUN OM BEST FRifcHR SULU wMcwts gmeft EMEIW SINK TO (iPDUMO, MO VJrtQOPS WITH JOV. ,._$, L 11 J- FRKCKLKS AND \ G f SHUCKS.' THE ED klW6 JUST DON'T S£ TRIES "n> GO RIGHT i To SHOW t ^-V_/>/v— <^-— ' FRECKLES "-^^TyVV HOW TO ~~ 1 ' r •WROW A ' ,« FORV/ARD 2jf^ PASS..,. < A&^* BUT IT ^ r'rl Looks u^e ~i r>\ FRECXLES y y IS HAVfWS "&••<$. A HARD . ~M£ CO.MMlSSlOM-lt'S SM.K Notice is hereby ulven that III" undersigned Commissioner In compliance of ihe terms of the decree rendered by the Chancery Court for (he ciilckus.ivto DIs- Irlct of MtbsLsslppl Comity, Arkansas on tin 1 2iith dny of 6ep- lembcr, 11132, wherein Irving K. Well was plaintiff and P. Simon L. M. Hess, Kansas City Title 111111 Trust Company if Kansiis Cltv. Missouri, Roliiiul Ciiten, Muble K Simon. Comniouncnllli llulUlhig >V Loan Association timt Qeoi'ge ill. Sallba were defcnd-.ints. will sell nt public auction to Hie hlghcsi and uc.;t bidder un n credit ol three mcinlis n'. (lie suuili ilooi of (he Court lloiiic between the hours prescribed by law In llie City of Ulythevllle, Arkansas on tlr-' 12lh day of November, 19Ti. he following described reui prou- erty, to-Nvll: Lois "C", "U" nun "E" of Halt's Subdivision of Lots C and 7 of Mock 3 of the Dlythc Addition lo Ihe Imvn ol llly- llicvUlc, Arkansas, situated in the Nui'lheasl Quarter of the Norlhwcsl Quarler iNE'.'i of NWK) of Secllou Firtccn (IS), Townsbi|i Fifteen (15), North, liaii'e Eleven (11) East, moru parllcularly described ;is follows: Beginning nl the inlerseetion or the east Hue or Second titrect with llv,> north line or the first alley south or Walnut Street; Ihence norlh wllh Ihu east line of Second Street S4 reel; Ihence east, pnrallel with Wnh'.ut Street, 100 feet; Ihenco south, parallel with Second Street, IM feet to tlie north line of snld ulley; tlience west wllh tlie uorih line cf the alley 100 feet lo Ihe puim of ue- ttinnlng. Said sale will be luui la snlk- siiin ol Hundred Sixty Dollars <$<UGO> ivllli interest al Die rate of U per cent from September 2(J, 103;'. The purchaser al said sale will bo required lo execute bonct wllli approved security to secure Ihe payment of lite purchase money anil a lien will uc rclained upon .said properly as uilililional security for ilie payfneiil of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said cniirt on this the lltli diiy of October, titti. It, L. GA1NES, Commissioner In Chancery. '18-25 fy said decree in tlie Nine Thousand Three COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notiie is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner, in cbin- pllaiici; willi Uic terms o[ u .'ile- crec rendered by llie Chancery Coarl lor the Chi.ckasiiwtm DIs- Irici of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the '.with day of September, 1932, wherein Jesse n. Clark, Trustee for Union Central Life Insurance Company, et Hi., wi'ie plnintiris, and .). A. jQnssi c! al., were dcfentlahts, will sell at public auction lo the highest, ai:d best bidder, fcr easli, on n credit of three months, nl ihe front door cf the court House, between Die hours jjrescribed by law. in the Cily of Blythevllle, Arkansas, on the mh day of November, 1932, ihe following real estate, to-wll: Tlial part of (lie Northeast Quarter (NE'i) of Sccticm Twenly-cnc (21), and of the Wcsl Hair of Northwest Quarter (W'i or NWiU ofjSec- lion Twenty-two (22), in Township Fifteen 115) North, Range Ten dO) East, described as follows: Beginning at (he Northwest ctrner of (he Northwest Quarter tN\\",i) of said Ejection Twenty-two (22), and running thence Ea.st on the North line of snld Section Twenty-two CM) <52 inds, 12 links lu the hilri-Eccllon ot b,iltl North line willi 11 Connly n>;ul; 'thence ljuiilh 28 chains to ihe center ol I'emlscot l!i\you DrulniiKO dlich; ihence with the drainage dltcli South 3D', degrees West IL'.Ui! chains; Ihence South 75'i degim West '2.ill clmiiis; liivnco Norlh 31) degrees Weil lH chains; Ihence Smilli 60!i di'trecs West b.3U ehahiB; llicnco Smiih «5!.j degrees West 8.0U chains; Ihence Soulli Wl chains lo llie drulnaui} ditch; llienie Soulli 83 j-l de- uuies West ' 10.00 chains; tlicncc South (,'0'i dogives West ~."f\ chains lo the Hcnnli line el Nl': 1 , Section 21; Uienco West 1«.V7 vlialns lo Ihe Sonlhwest corner pf sulcl Northeast Quavlcr of tiald Section 21; thence North 40 i-hi'fns; (liencc Kust willi Hie Norlh line of talil Norllieiihi Quarter of said St'cllmi 21, chains lu the |>oi!it of il»8, contiilnlcig WJ acres, more or less. Haul sale will ijf lind lo .s.illsly wild ilevree In Ihe sum o! $0,G07,10, wllh Interest thereon us moniloncd mid sel out In snld decree. 'Uic pnrcliascr ill snld y,|e will IK rciinirat lo wecule bund with approved .security, 10 tieunve Hi, payment of tlie. purchnM. money, anil n lien will be relained upon Mid property as iidillllonul security for the payment of such luir chase money. Witness my hanil anil the seal ol said Court, on this, the 17!h (lay of October, IIM2. K. L. GAINEQ, Commlsiloiicr hi Clmiiccry. 18-25 XOTICK <•!' SAI.K Nollce Is hereby given Unit m pursuance of ||je imiluirliy and dlrcellun contnliicd In tile decretal onler of tl:u Cbniicery Court ol .MlssltMppi Counly, ChlckUbawba Dlslrlcl, nuule and entered on the 2iith day of W . L . (ember, 1033, in 'A certain cau^e No. &2« then pending therein ba- twecn The Pnulcnllal Iinuvnncc Co. of America, et nl., plnlntl'.r;!, and atninsi Black M. Fuwlkcs, ct nl., tlolenoant.s, tlio umleralc.ned iis conmiissluner of said com I „.,. oiler for sale nt public vcndiic to the lilghesl bidder nt ihe rronl door of 'the 'court house In llii: City of Blythevillc In told Uhlck- nsinvbn UUlnci or Mississippi County, Arkansas, between Ihe hours ;of nine o'clock In ihe rore- nowi mid thtcc o'clock In the afternoon on Tuesday, November Bill, It):i2, ibe- follOHlJiy described real estate, sltiiiiled in the Clilcka- B.iwbu Dislvlcl ot.Mississippi Coun- ly, Arkansas, lo-wit: A Iract or parcel of land bclni; !hc Northwest .Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NW"i of • SF. 1 ',;) of Section Nineteen (19) Township Sixteen (ill) North, Hiinge. Tliirlcen 113) East of MIC Firth 1'iiiiclpal Meridian, contalnhu; 30^4 nercs. Terms or Sale: On a credit ol Uirec month!!. The pnrcluiser will b= leqiiired to exeeule tond as required by law ami ihe order and cieciee of snld ccnnl, with approved security, bearing interest ;it Die rate of id per ecnl per annum from dale or sale until paid iiml Heii will 1,-e retained on Uic premises sold lo secure the payment or purchase money. Clivcn iinricr my hand Uils i?ih (lay or October, 1032. , (Scill » ». L. OAINE3, CoimnLviloiitir in Chancery. 18-2S Dam Project Gives Jobs to 1,200 Men llAimiSUUUC), I'a, IUI')-'J'ne 1'ymiitnnlii!; Dam project Is giving itendy einployiiieia to 1,'^rw men In Nortluve.-ilern Pennsylvania tills autumn, nccordlnn to the Uspurl- menl o( i-Vwestij unU Wntei'!.. A lurce ot 1,000 men Is cngngeA In clenrliiK the H.006 acres ol wooded Iniln which will bu floed- I'd. Anolhcr «ang of 120 Is 2,-100-foot dam. A third crew of HI) is constructing a nelcvaU'tl liwny. ncrosj (lie f'ymntimlnij iiinp, sliorlenlnif the Jhtancu IK- cii Krlc and ClevelniKl. Californu 'Ghost Towns' To Be Rejuvenated JACKSON, Cal. <U1>>- Two of Ciillfornla's oldest elth's-lhe 'uho.'.t towns' ot I'lne Orovc mid Vulc.ino I ^ *„"'" here— p.re soon .to be . "dauhostcd." • Aflcr nearly a half cshtury of . cnndlc and lump-llsht, electricity : Is being brought to. the two towrii. ' • Tallcit I'eutball Llocman KUS3ELLVILLK, Arlt. (UP)-Six fool five In'his stocking feel : is Klrkiunn Btubbleneld, w, Ever- - Biecn, !„!., bay. He's the ' "largest mid tallest lineman" Coach Bill. Cowan ever tried to leach footbull at Arkansas mliilna centers north of ,,as played footbiUl Tech. He weighs pounds and never by TVU6, LM3S, \<Z ANOTHER 01- MV NOV&UTY IMVENT10MC- OWE EWD, OfJE PBOKiG .Fov^ CUTTING M^AT AWO TVJO PROiiSS 'OR PKKtkJG IT UP- OIU -THB ' OTHER EMO, A, SPOOM TO SCOOP UPfHE GfiAMV -THINK OV- THE MILL-IONS OF rV\INUT6S DAILV^OR ' NOW r9 A (SOOPTIME TO COfVlE OUT WITH THAT CM ABLE. ONE OT= VOU'T?E (SONNA Trf OL? OP Trt 1 PtATE TO BE. MADE OUT OF BATTEFS. 1BAKEB OUT A »• SEVEN / CiHiiilc ItciipHs Nuptial VHWS MEIJl'OKU, Mass. (Ul>) — Mi and Mr:;. Tliamas O'Urlcn celt bralcd the yolden iinnlyersury Iheir niarriase by renewing their nuptial vows at a .special mitss celebniled by iheii- son, the iicv. Francis A. O'Uricn. or .ra. u. •. »*r. orr^|ww f'f^^^^l. HI **)Jit2£rf WHA'J"S WASH Ul> TO? , HP.W! TUM 60T C IM. co.y, WO BIOOMIN' USE GIVIW sw^e no wtRcy SHOT. ~?~ By Crane , TO CAMP, WE eULLV SOYS. Bf TrtUNt)e'R, IS Tir HAPPIEST PPW 0' (V\y HFt -I C.OT To BUST lOOSfe 'N' CELtBRME. Vay DOMT SEEM To"6£T THE kWAck, Faecx-'fou BETT&C JUST xeep TO TOE .'.' EVES TLSTF.D FREE And Glasses fitted 1 I H0te1 ' 20c-k27 ^CLICKING! TME ^ - :-:^C AiI'biSHf.".." COWE'CM, PASSUJ6 It) PJED....L6T )^^k FRECKLES 60 OUT AMD A _ \ ,^ ^f,,....^^,. 1Ky .. ^.^^ J ™*y\ «™> *™* .ji COMBlfJATlOKI TWAT- ALL (TSfVSrt ViWTS UWIL 8UII IS OUT U/OF siQHT. HIS S08S'ce^SE. HC RUSHES To THE. SIDE Of HIS HIW TAKE 'EM IN THE <*<FINE"...WATS Ry Blossei , HE TEAM IS WHIPPINS INTO SWAPS, PPIMINS ITSELF YEAR.., NOV. 19... VHTH BIVAU !!

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