PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS "\ "* •" —^^^•nii *^—^^*" I' ' i-N-i .^ ir i _....i ' \" 1 "» e ''/ WWV**t4*^lfc AlliJlTO Speaking of Fish Stories-Heard the One About the Salmon Hound? r: " '~T^~"—"•^•"'••' " _ TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1937 the dog fisherman, hi.nylly w niching the salmon r-m upstrcim to ° Look at that salmon leap * 8m "" t * ld S '" C e 0 gCt my (Kt ' 1 "'"> °» e N°» « I ™ « >od a« s n easj Bu t pih,», ,„ J,,st )nvc to *a| t until on. Is sil,y u, 0 u g l, lo lean dot T h andmnibe I can get it B0 y oh, boyi Will that be some supper. Todays Picture Story :r' ! r,,cs™ hZ/it: zr :^ A ri^*- - — *««. - ^, gow , .salmon If Uie salnion gets up to the Iv 'll be more .salmon (o fch 'o u JW1 1U Well, maybe it's n .,,. ,, . .. , • ~ -•"• ""-«I;M ui: JIIUIL" .sa mon to fish Cnr Tatpr mil n.^tjvaiUu^.see ,f another one doesn't com. cl«e ,„„»,„ to oaiei, BeUer hi next I,™ Shrubs Improve or Spoil a Home AID GRV1 . _ ± Bj DON-AID GRV1 Many a house built only n lev, Sears a»o loo\s seedj ' todaj Tnere Is nothing wrong vUtli tho architecture or it Majbc a coat of paint -Rould help freshen its looks, but stil! It Is tinattraclho in appearance. Usually such a condition Is due to the shrubs and trees that surround the house The frame of the Picture is out of date because It has grown out of scale A house surrounded \\lth High growing slaubs so that theie Is little light that can come Into the \\lndous, becomes gloomy both from , the inolde and from the appearance outs'de , * House foundation planting probably is the most overdone of all decorations Whj should we want our houses to look ns If they rested on a/uali of growing plants' why shoulrtnt we let the lawn weep ri^nt uj> to the foundation ^alls? The house rests on the ground so Jet us be honest about it and i<se shrubs and e\ergrecus onlj as decorations to soften some of the corners • * •• Tt is eas> to understand liow house foundation planting sets overdone when tho new house h completed and everything looks so «e *, the owner wants to soften the « fl,,., He i. pIfmlB " tllc e «rgn*iis and little shrubs to take the curse off the grand new looking building .. "P* ' sL yangc pirt of /ounditlou tJanting is that so few people plant the vortHj of shnib or evergreen that remains dwarfed Sometime? IhS'i, y a th re B 'ool-htgb face ™' JOOKS all right the first cou Pie 6t jean, but the> have chosen a ,arletj that ultimalelv bc- comes a forest tree that will grow £rt Mh' han , (he ">P °f to house, ?n V* i 1 ? nnt Sllch a ^e right In front of a nlndosv , Shfub» and trees cost monev hut anotft 8 L> l° SU aboul » n "' c i' "1 Stan^rh ? ' ln "=Hisent WB> to Plant the frame or a house is to Icnow^ first how high the Above, shrubs !n\e been ul&nteii that do not HSB above thfi window sills, bill enhance Ihe beauly of the front lawn. At riglit, a. similar home liici bdifini (all shrubs Hut Unit «ul llfh! and produce an' ugly picture to outsiders. " 5 f? f « «ell chosen plants IVr th g ^ 10Catlon Ea* jear f r "l r "f. Piling the shrubs and trees wfll Increase in value and nil le rever too large h«-. » houses SfT ?f * frei °™ that shut out the Iteht from M »nd gives an apr^a™ of disorder The plants in the other nl? '^ - ^ix... H»£ ?t % NOTICE OP COMMISSIONERS SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner, in compliance wilh Ihe terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery- Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 22nd day of February, 1937 wherein First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Little Rock was Plaintiff, No. C337, nud Clios. A. Wood, et al., were Dofcndant-s, will sell al public auction to the highest 'and best bidder, for cash on a credit of Ihree months, ai the front door of the Court House, between Hie- hours prescribed by law, In the city of Blythovllle, Arkansas, on the 9th dny of April, .1837, ..(he following real cslatc.. to-wit: Lot Four (4), Block Three (3), Hcam and Perry's Addition to Ihe ntj of BljtheMlle Arkansas. Said Sale will be had lo satisfy satd decree In the sum or $763.28. with . 10 per cent Interest from Dec. 1st. IB3G. THE pmchaser at said sale will be lequlred to execute bond v.lth appro\ed secuiity to secure the )>a>menl of the pinchnse mon uj and a lien will be retained upon wlil propeKj as additional seciir ity for the payment of such pur chase molicj WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 16th clay of March, 1937. A. P. SMITH. Commissioner In Chancery 1C-23 By Jingo, r did it. -me vholc thing happened so fast even I was surprised. Bui as soon as that salmon |wked his hc-ad through the water, I knew he was mine. Just, a leap, a click: of Ihe Jaws and Mr. Salmon was my supper. But he sure Is a slippery customer. j NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undesigned, as Commtssionei of the Chancery Court for tiie Chlckasawba .District-.of Mississippi County, Arkansas, -acting \mder authority of a decree rendered February 22, 1937, in a cause wherein the Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, wns plaintiff, and R. S. Enson, ct al., vvcre / dcfend- ants, will at the door oK the court house In Blythevllle, on the 7th dny of April, 1937, offer for HANNA j, FUNERAL HOME * • A beautiful, and sympathetic '• , ( service at moderate cost J | Ambulance ' !«; ' Service 5 £ HI N. 1st Phone 53 Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station? White Ros e Gasoline ; Goodrear Tires '•Wniara BaU«rl«* Road Sertfce On - Gas - Tires - Wrecks 24 HOUR SERVICE ' Call 613'For Prompt Service Tom Little Chevrolet Co. New Passenger Train Between MEMPHIS and KENNETT Dependable day in and day out, the Frisco now ofl'ers a new- morning train to Memphis. This new train leaves at a convenient hour, arrives in Memphis early enough to give almost (he entire day to business or pleasure and brings you back homo Hint same ni^ht! Take the Frisco the next time and save both time and money . . . you'll enjoy the trip more in comfortable, nod- ern all-steel Frisco cars . . . you'll be safer with the Frisco engineer as your chnuifetir . FRISCO LINES For fares and information about other changes, ask E. F. Blomeyer, AGENT FRISCO LINES Blythevitle, Ark. SCHEDULE Southbound Train No. 821 Lv. Kennelt ... 5:30 A.M. Lv. B'lythcviltc 7:10 A. M Ar. Memphis 9:10 A. M. ' Northbound Train- No. 822 Lv. Memphis ..6:40 P. M. Ar. Blythcville 8:32 P. M. Ar. ICennett .. 10:15 P. M. This train is in addition to the Mcmphian and Sunnyland sale lo\ the highest and best tklrtcr upon n credit of three months, the following described property, located in said District ami County, to-wit: The North Half (N'.;) of Ihe Southeast Quarter <SE!j) of Section Twelve (12), Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Eight (8) East, The sale will be made subject lo n prloi- mortgage in favor of the Federal Lend Bank of St. Lciiis, and Uie purchaser will be required lo execule bond wilh approved security and a lien will be retained upon the property unlll the pmchase price Is paid WITNESS mj hand ai such Comihlssioiier this 16th day of March, 1931 A. F. SMITH. Commissioner Shane & Fendler, .'Solicitors for Cross- Compiaiiiants. IB-23 III 189L Coiigiesb appropriated $9000 for a rain-making experiment lo end a dioulh Djnamite was up In -balloons and kites, and Read Cb\lrler NEWS Want Adr APPLICATION FOH PERMITS FOR BUILDINGS. ALTERATIONS AND RE1MIKS. SIGNS Oil STKUCTUltES IN TIIK CITY OF BLYTIIEVILI.K, ARK. Dale Marc)! 1, 1937. Street Number Corner Division St. and Chick- asfiwba Ave.. Number of slorles, l; sizc-of lot, GO by 100: No. rooms, l, value of work, $200; building of brick or frame, frame; material of roof, composition;' material of exterior walls, wood; material of Inside partitions, wood; material of foundations, concrete piers; building on. the front or rear, front; distance to property line, 5 ft. or more; distance to nearest building''on each side, 30 ft. or more; building lo be occupied as, Grocery Store and Fruil Stand; building lo be 12 by 14 ft; owner of grounds, A. Nelson and R. A .NelSon; owner of building, J. L. Flake. I cerlify that the above statements are correct to the best of my knowledge mid belief. Application for permit by J. L Flake. Permit received by RUTH BLYTHE, City Clerk. 2-5-9-12-16-19-23-26 Elk Become Ranch Pests WINNIPEG, Man. (UP)-A few •ears ago CIK m sournern Canada were scarce. The heitt lias increased recently, however, and now foothills nineties are faced wilh a real problem. Max Bracl- shaw, owner of a ranch, and. his men have tried to drive the herd off wlllt liorees, but lo no avail. Read Courier Newu Want Ads. Now Loca(ed at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor All make* of Rebuilt Typewriters, Adainf Machines aJo4 Calculators—Repairing—Parts— Hlbboru I will be at Dell, March 15; Armorel, March 1C; Gosnell, March 17; Yarbro, March 18; Manila, March 19, and Leaehville, March 20. For assessing Personal Property and Poll Taxes. ASSESS BEFORE PENALTY IS ADDED R. L. GAINES, Tax Assessor "There's the doorbell again Suppose daily to your door came the butcher, the grocer, the clothier, the furrier, the furniture man,, and every other merchant with whom you deal? What a tedium of doorbell answering that would mean! It would be even more impractical for you to visit daily all these stores to find out what they have to offer and the price. And yet you need those merchants' service quite as much as they need your patronage. Contact between seller and consumer is essential in the supplying of human needs, Before a sale can be closed the- goods must be offered. Every day, through the advertising columns of ^this newspaper, the merchants of this city come to your home with their choicest wares. Easily, quickly, you get the news of all .that is worth while in the market-places of the world. They are not strangers at the door, but merchants you know and trust. You are always" surer of high quality and fair price when you buy an article advertised by a reputable firm.
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