The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1931 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 18, 1931
Page 7
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SATURDAY. APRIL 18, 1S31 MATHtiVlM-E. (ARK.)" COWUttR NRWS PACE SfcVfeN CLASSIFIED ADS 1"wo ceuts B word lor flret Insertion and one cent » word 'or «acli ' subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taken for less than 60c. Count Ilio words uul send the cash. I'lione HOU FOH SALE FOR SALE—Baby chicks. Pay tills fall. See us about plan. Marlon Hatchery. FOR SALE-Good, Cry cook wood Buchanan Coal Co., Phone 107. 11P-CN Steele Society—Personal Denmsey Friend j Grandmother, 74, Named - ; Corespondent ia Suitj FOR SALE—1,500 bushels yellow- feed corn, 15 cents per bushel at, crib. fi. N. Trimble, Lilbourn, Mo., Phono 10. 13C-K27 FO1J SALE—Rowden Cotton Seed. Welch Foster, The Grand Lcadtr. HC-K'20 Mcsdantes V. L,. Ulacicwcll and Alma. Grisson left Thursday niorn- for Ca[ic Girardcau whcie Mrs. Grisson will transact business. They will return by Dexter lor a short visit with relatives Friday ami Saturday. Mrs. L. W. Weaver ami Miss Torchic Stone spent last week-end with their mother, Mrs. Mice Stons at, Dexter. Mrs. Stone has recently moved there from Steele. Tommy Frakcs Mill leave the latter part of the week for St. Louis where he will be employed. Misses Josephine Holly an:l Itu- byc Barker of Cooler were Steels vlsilcrs Wednesday. The Woman's Missionary society of Die Methodist church met Monday afternoon wilh Mrs. D. Clark. Sixteen members were present with (wo visitors, Mrs. S. A. Burns and Mrs. Fred Kelly. Mrs. R. Skipper Wins Silk Hat Crown for Third Time TOKONTO. till')—For' (lie lltlrcl lino m (imr yc.iii, an ancient s!lk , 1:11 IMS crowned the head ol Cap- Mrs. Gerry accused her h'.isban-.l | i.u h T. y. Wcslun, skipiXT 0( 111 Btwi shl]i Clmrlcs Dick, as bis 10- v.aid lor bringing Ihe first bom in- SEATTLE. vUPI—A stcp-uttuul- muthcr, 74 years old. wab numcci coiesiwndeiit In it divorce suit brought by Mrs. Mary deny auainit Fi.iuk C. Ueuy, janitor ul a metropolitan of Indiscretions with his : mother, Mrs. Sarah licrry, white ; haired, feeble, ami barely iitlc to .walk because of advanced am 1 . Tlw j elderly woman was helped to the witness stand to deny tit-. 1 aectu.v llons. to Tn-osito llaibor aflsr Ihe wlntei OUK BOARDING HOUSE By Ahern ' custom ilentamts Hint a Mlk topper bo present? 1 .! to lite skipper i:i Hie v.'lilch I Uerry, In counter charges, ullej | ui*-iis 11,0 hike navigation fi'UNon •e,l that his wile once knocked Inni ' l:«ii the fort ol Toronto. Captain lout ivitli a stone, mill w.MUr lie Wi-s'.oii urelvcd the hat from l::e uiicoiibclcus che-ivcil t«o linger. h:uu.>: m.islcr m 192B mid )Wi), mut nearly olf his hjini. |he \\u\M have lrX:;l lo h.ivo All in all, Superior Judge Ficci!s-ine other lake skipper f\'.'. ll till•H. Witt declared ili:tt it was lilt ! yo.,r, he told reporters, ~ -•- - ~^^' | has been ronori j • a;-, csccrtini; Cue dashing Miv. EHzabetli Church, abavo. 1'iU'i- rihorcce, uboul in Reno, 'RENT C. Sleele bad charge of "the voice ; where (he former hcavyweijjlu and those takins part [champion lias gone to file suit for divorce against F-slclie Taylw, FOIl RKNT—:i room furnished flat, garage and coal house. Call 678-W. FOE RENT—Three, live and six room residences, also a furnished .. house. Dr. J. A. Saliba, Phone 410. FOR RENT—Apartment in Ingram See Parkhurst Coni- 9C-TF building, pans-. FOE RENT-Onc of the MiUer Apartments at lOlh and Walnut, hot and cold water, Arcola heat garage, shade trees,- pretty lawn Apply to lite Miller. lOc-tf FOR RE.N'T-3 room 5tuco apartment with bath and aarage Corner Chickasawba and Gin St J. W. IJader. WANTED POULTRY WANTED—Market prl tes. any quantity. Marilyn Hat clicry, 210 8. Fourth St. DC-TT WANTED -Salesmen to sell nationally advertised product to stores, garages, factories, elc. Easy to make 5-1.00 an hour or $500.00 or more monthly. Tested sales plan. No money required for slock. \Ve deliver and colled. Pay checks .nuiilcd on Saturdays. Big surprise waiting. Write Fyr-Fyter Co., 2180 FjT-Fyler Bldg, Dayton, Ohio. WANTED -Reliable parly wanted to" handle Watkins Products in Blythevillc. Customers established Excellent opportunity for riglv man. Write The J. K. Watkins Company, 70-56 W. lowa'-Avc. Memphis, Tenn. . i. WANTED—Will pay cash for wel formed, young,bay horse, wiili fox walk; SiatC prict and age". Box Courier News. . { . np-k2 WANT to By At Once—Two mule to work on farm. J. W. Badei Blytheville, Ark. 18C-K2 WISH to buy for cash, horse poive hay baler. State make and pric wanted. Box li Courier News !Vpk2 WANTED — Family washings. general housework. Mrs. Dor Mizell, 2207 18th St. T Will buy good side delivery ha rake if priced right. State size, make and price. Box B Courier News. 17p-k20 WANTED—Clean rags, free of buttons. Courier News. POULTRY W AN TED Market prices paid at C. L. Bennett Co. Feed Co. 210 N. Railroad St., west of courthouse, J. E. Fisher, 64. 21C-TF 111 market for used hay mower in ECKXl condition. Stale make anct lowest cash price. Box B Courier rourain •ere, Mrs. 13. C. Steele, Mrs. Robrt Steele Jr., and Mrs. P. E. Pc-n- er. Miss LaVada Mailcss spent Sun. ay willi Miss Geraldinc Uodd. Brvell Lov/cry and Miss Agues I Overturf motored lo Memphis Sunday. The local company ol national guard is sponsoring a dance at the lew armory here next Monday eve- ling. Music will be furnished by Stewart Hayes colored orchestra. Harmony Camp number 1W18 Hoyal Neighbors of America met on Wednesday, April 8lh for rcjjuhr meeting. After the business session, supper was served in the dining room as a surprise honoring the birthday of Mrs. Stella Turlcy, deputy. Next meeting will be April 22. | Miss Ethel Petty ol Jonrsbaro spent last week-end with her parents here. Mrs. Bob Williams and daughter. Rubye Lee, spent- the week-end with relatives at Piggolt. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Williams of 'hitc Oak, Mo., spent last week Itli their son, Ro*er.t Williams, nd family. Misses .Jewell Petty and Evelyn rakes spent the week-cna with Mr. nd Mrs. Douglas Bivcns of Ca- uthcrsvillc. | Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Jenkins' ud daughter, Kathleen, visited elatives at Manila, Ark.. Sunday. Mrs. Kathleen Michic, li. O. ;roft and Charles Crawford, broaci- asted over KLCN at Mythevilb jrint; the neon hour Mrs. Chas. Jenkins visited in Ca- uthersvllle Thursday. Miss Ruth Harper spent. Sunday with Miss Mildred Ovcrtuii. Mrs. Frank Ashcrafl.sp:iit Tuesday with Miss Gertrude HudBensj of Carulhersville. j The small son of Mr. .and t Mrs. Earl-' Hudgens is improving iro;n a severo illness. ^ i An ice cream supper was rnjoye;! at Mr. and Mrs. Abncr Ashcraft 1 ^ Tuesday evening. Those., present were Mr. and Mrs. John McCltirc. Gus.Cooper. Tommy Frakes, EUvooil Brown. Bevill Lowery. Misses Clara Mae and Ixiulse Sloan of Cooler and Missts Rubye Spencer and Agnes Overturf. Miss Ollie King spent last weekend with Miss Velvie Lester of Holland. A. T. Earls transacted business in Blytheville Tuesday. Miss Golden Marshall of Gibson spent Tuesday night with Miss Huth Snow. Thomas Cooper, Albert. Boonc and Miss Elsie Denlton were Blylhevillc shoppers Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Still and daughter, Dorothy, of Memphis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Still. Baxter Southern motored Memphis Sunday. Miss Elsie Uenlon spent nicy!; ?.clr:ts. Mrs, Cliiin.Ii ;v ccnily divorced Reginald R. Cliuidi, 'Pittsburgh society man. Women of Stout-bridge. Eng- anci, mould bricks by presslni; lhi.> noist clay Into the forms wish their bare feet. Planting Seed For Sale Mis-l)d No. 2, (tu S50.UU per Ion, IMfcis ail, & ?l, r ).0() per Ion. Su'il Hiiarimtctd pure and wnnimiliim tost OS'*!--. This Mis-Del is one your I'uin lirmlinj; station. Staple 1 1-8 inch, thirds Jt.-mlf. The iim.n siiliHi'flc- tory cotton 1 have ever grown. I'rkos K. (J. 1!. (Ji'idor. Maj. F. P. Jacobs (irider, Ark. SPECIAL SALE and Paint Demonstration if/wee Days - April 20 - April 21 - April 22 A' Factory" Rciu'cscnliitivu will be wilh "s lo solve your painl problems. f'^ S^fciais For These Three Days Only 1 - -1 inch liUlSTI.i: ISKUS1I 1 - 1 1-2 Inch VAKMSII Kul'i-i! ... S1.50 lloth for 51.00 200 rolL pattern. News. 17p-k20 PERSONAL OENUfNE DUCO Authorized re- linishing station. C. T. Shamlin with Dcnton Chevrolet Co., Afain at Franklin. 3P-K24 Source cf Supply ImiiortniiL PHOENIX, Arix. (UP)—T h c source of supply sliouid bs involved in liquor cases considered by a grand ji.ry. Judge Fred C. Jacobs told a federal grand jury here. "Consider that federal courts ar? clogged with prohibition cases that rightfully belong in police court," he said. week-end witii her parents at Denton. r s Rtith Snow visited ];er parents in lllylheviHc Sunday. Miss Kuby Ashley, English teacher here, spent (he week-end in Braggadocio. Mr. and Mrs. Max Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and children spent Sunday with C.ipt. Fred Kelly and Mrs. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Morgan and Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Kelly n(\ ed the banquet at Caruthersviltc ucsdtty night. FAY O.DAVIS Atwafcr Kent Dealer I'lionc 421 Oricnns Cotton NEW ORLEANS. April 13. (UP —Collon- closed steady. Open High Lo\v Close lay .... 1015 1030 1015 I02D [illy 1011 1050 1011 1034 Oct 1075 10S3 1075 IOCS Dec 1093 1112 1033 llllb Jan llllb 1121b \far 1135 U47b Spots steady at 1001. tip 14. Invest With Safety G'« paid quarterly on full paid slock, ?100 and up. Guaranteed by first morlgaKe loans on liomes in Blytheville. Secured anil Insured. Blytheville Building & Loan Association W.'M. Burns, See. New York Cotton NEW YO11K. April 18. Cotton closc-d vciy stearty. Open High Low Clo-;e May July Oct. -, Dec. Jan. Mar. 101B 10)4 1080 1103 1113 1134 1030 10M itran 1114 1120 1145 inis 1041 icnn JIM 1113 1134 Spots steady at 1030. up 15. franklin's Dreams l.xrm.r:! WASHINGTON. lUl'l — A sum '; far exceeding even the dreams of I Benjamin Franklin, first s|X>n.sor! of good public reacts, was appropri- • atcd by the 71st- Congress lor u. c c ! in Fcd?ral-alti highways and forest 1 roarts. with over S106.00C.OOO bein? ; laid a.sirie for lliesc purposes, ac-' cording to the American Motorists I Association. A(J ARK ! ' SECoADIiME lV6 TAKE A BATrt WITH , (WRS. rlooPLE, ALL. out' OF SOAP UP HERE POMP AJUMDER AMV CLEARER - 1-fi-i- A PlMcH LIKE LEFT, AW 1 -CrU-f WOMV RUM LAPS UMTlL -TrfE COME By MartLu BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES OH YEAH? W COOV.O GOSH *,'. ENAMKL OI-TKU can of T.-CO-MC Four Hour Knaiiifl ur Slain 3Cc can of YAN-KKK-LAU For t-nly lOc WAU; PAPER 01TEK \ Li of a bfautiful LHc-I":ist flowered WALL I'Al'KU 200 rolls sp=iml I'lastir i'atlfrn. 3(k- value GAG •••.-v.ntvr^ CERTMNLY WAS PROIA\SV:D Bf^Vlt Paint Offer Master i'ninlt'r.s Lead iind '/Anv Coii!]iosi(c grouVf<i double (hick. piiru raw linsut'ti nil. two sallnns best biylt grsulc paint ,".~!; ; Sl'ECIAL FOR THRKK DAYS ONLY — $2170 per gallon. 01'1'ONENT NUMHKK TWO! ' 'RECKLKS AND HIS FRIENDS .. Tc> 6& THAT CROTCH To- \'/t TH& perecTi^e HE 6ETS c^p nue \ OISAPF^AKS VOL) SET, FBECW-ES 1. L>SUAL'_Y PAS TV£ RAILROAD, US.'. WASH Trims / 1 TAOOtW "iW 1 :. 11! AS TO B£ A ( f WP. FtGUf, VOU BOM, Ort. vr tON& AGO. the

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