The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1931 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 15, 1931
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jUY, JJUNR 15, 1031 BLYTFIEVILLE. (AUK.y COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS Two CM Is a word lor first UMrtion tmd one wnt » word 'or e»ch cubsequeat IttserllMi. NO advertisement taken lor less llian 50c. Couut tlie words and tend the cash. Phune 306 1'OU SALE SPECIAL BARGAINS IN FARM LANDS WJ aircs all in cultivation un hard road, $SO acre- 8U acres, -!U in cutmaiion. on hard road, 542.50 -Hcic. 320 acrc.->, ^80 in cultivation, un hind road. $-15.00 acre, (i3 acres, 50 iu cnlllvation, price $10 acre. •lu acri's, W in cimlviuiun, price *35 acre. All can be sold on terms. J. \V. Badur, lilythcvillc, Ark. 15C-KIB l-'UH KENT FOR liENT—1'urulslicd 3 room Hat, JOia West Walntil. SU-TF 1'UrtKISIlER A|Kirlm»nl lor rent 305 Dolman. P-K17 I AND BOARD— Home cooked meals, clean airy rooms. Mrs, T. R. Watson, 112 East Cherry Si Phone 1X2. -10p-kl8 I-'OIt KENT—5 room, imfiirnishcc apartment. Modem. West Mail: St. Arcoln heal. Plionc 417 01 470-W. 12C-K10 WANTED POULTRY WANTED—Market url. ces, any quantity. Marilyn Hatchery, 210 S. Fourth St. OC-TP Y.'ANTED — Family washings o: general housework. Mrs. Dora VJzi-11, 2207 18lli St. 'IT WANTED — Hay to bale. C. G Smith, Phone 827 or 15D2-FJ. G-tiC-Tl DEPLNUAULE ]»rson wanted I handle Wsll:u:s products in Bly tlicville; cubtunuTs established, ex [.•client earnings. Write in owi handwriting, J. II. Watkins Co., 80 15 .Kentucky at., Memphis, Term Ambitious, reliable man at otice Permanent position. Rapid atl vancement. Hlcady, persistent clfor necessary. Honesty essential. Writ fully. Address "C", Courier News PAGE FIVE by RU^H DFWEY GROVES^ —, , , AUTHOR OF - i» O195I or IEA sti&ib IK? /ng Husband Hun kr.ek HI-HUN man; 'iniiAv IIKHVI. IKIlll)i:\ I,,,,,,., ,bn( a rnillu ratrrr nlll hrl|> Urr rc,rj;rt '•.'.T. '"'I" 11 ''"* I""" '"r T0111IV- 1-.JI.SII.V nl,,, I, vnBUKi- ..... II-.T»i«ii-r. IIII:M; uvnuyi-r, '•'HIIK I'lli:V[-lSS l;\Yl.t>m> ,,,,, uifrnllim I,, Jlrrj-l II. .[II Irriic- )rfir:ix Mini lip Ix rit-h nnil tVlps 10 "In him. Hnnlly .!,c »urcci-d«. Ad>'r n Insty ni:irrTn- r l] lr y clr- ;'.ir[ rnr llnjIiiriP, in-Mrrn hiuiiv. In ilcs|i:ilr Tummy ilHnkn lu-nvlly, !•'«••. bl« Joli nnil J,,|,,. e ,|| „„„. li iiumix. IllTjl llrv.'IDJI. ll.lo.TI Umllltr y. lilrh J^n::cravntcil ^0 '.l-l-l: '1'i.i "•nil- Illi- In r fc.-i> Whi tlnl\h ciiM Her) I Ix rol »nii Di:iiitY I; Iiwilr III »-:ilc f.i '.far cru«» In Ili Irene •.•"•ll TfinimVn I l.n 1 tinrmlut^ i'::lly Irlli-r* «!H. !« rt-i- Di-rry. Irt-ni' Ucrlili-ii I - hlir ;,'»ii"f nij In [irrMi.ii'f Ellin In iiull-BB'liK u:!IIK. tier „»-> ,,,,r,.c INK) ,|, r livr »tii|;hiK ilny, lire Tnni,,,,- r,nll/.r. Hint niKlr ili| x x:icrl(lr<- ID r,-f,,rlll., nt ( s ,illiilll<-t iirr^ nE^lif 'juuriic» tu r. i,ipy mull Iri-uc i nRitlr AI»: nn.i <•„,-.:,, ii illi upcc. Sli.nlr jl'. hc-ir( HI »hc IryljiK l,i win r. .MIIS. IIlT.ll- ntinul U II dUlu trui MAV CO 0\ WITH THE STO1U ClIAPTKIl XI,I TilKNU h:ul consumed Kvo nmf L ilns iiefm-c- she decided might as v.-ell begin immediately v.-illi lier plan for BclthiK rlil of 01(1 To .,.. JJL'rry Meai!e. ' ' lust NIC softest tint of yollo^Y In It. A satin with dcep«r rose slliipefs, li-tt to mntoli nnil an nrmful of pink aud yellow roses. lieally It wasn't eo far to Oakdale—not halt tlio dlstanca It liaj seemed \vlien sho Ictt llio town. Slio must watcli out for ilial lltllo station they callt-cl Olil Town, where Oaktlato had been Ijeforo It moved ui> I he hill. Slio would get off tlio train tlicro aiiil tcluplioiie. Surely Micro woulil be a tclciiliouc In llio sliitlon. It would bo ti:o Kreat a risk lo KO on to tlie (tokilnlc stiitiuii where she would be sure to encounter some aciin'ilutaucea. TllENK Iiacl written liomo ab tlio beautiful Oakdulo Blalioti once, to lioast Hint Mr. Preiiltss her father-in-law; liad given Hie nark adiuinhiK It lo (lie town run: [tinned a liandsninc drinking fonn lain In tiic mitltllo nf tlio park in honor of tho memory of his ceased wife, (Jaylortl's mother. She (nought of tills now. an the train boarhsg her.bad: to tlie scene of lior brief niarried life, slowci for t!ic stop at Old Town. It was "\V!1I you prcis my preen silk .'.re'--:-.? 11 she a-At-il her nuitlier. "I want to wear it un the train." "On the train?" "Yes, I'l'i leaving this ariernnon ijr Oaktlale. rv,-; some buHiiiL-si ti:erc to attend to," Irene aildctl iiaiiort'ititly. Her mother was worrieil. "There's noiliinij wruni;. is there?" E!IC In- unircil oiliiously. You could off thi fast trains there, but you coult not get on Ihcin. Irene liail liltlc tear of meeting anyone she knew in Old She thought of the prominence o the Premiss family. Tommy \Vi! son was a nice tiny. She rc:ill loved Tommy, lint llio 1'reulls mansion was the Jiiicst houso I lown. Darn Dcrry Meadc anyhow \Vliy didn'l he slyy where Lie lie j loused arid nut go cliaslng afte •^"•NOTICE O! 1 SALE OF REAL ESTATE TO I'AY DEBTS OF ESTATE Notice is hereby given that th iirdcrsi^ncd. as administrator thu estate of Cathcriiie Royal, dc ceased, \yill. on the 20th day c June. lD"tt, offer for sale at 11 •iouth door of the court house 1 BIytlievillc, Arkansas, at public auc tiun lo the highest bidder, ujx> a credit of [luce months the Jo ]osvin br lands belon^itig to said estate, to-wit: Lois 3 and 4, Block 13, Barren and Lily Addition to Ulythe- vilie. Mississippi County, Ar- k'ulsas. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the debts oi said estate, and purchasers at such sale will be rccjuircd lo yive note with approved security for the purchase price. Dated this 23rd day of May, 1D31. W. H- STOVALL, Administrator of Estate of Catherine Royal, Deceased. Frank C. Douglas, Attorney. 1-8-15-22 Irene sbruggrHl. "So. It's Just >' olm S married women. . . . romclhlng I want to see Oaylord Irene was working up a stato n -".bout," I righteous indignation a gains Her mntbcr's fnne rlcareil ni:dl Dorr y- "° wa3 lo 'dame for all Irene aliened that she hoped there lillE! - Caylord's father Ji.:cl been was to be a reconciliation. Irene l;ad intended her to liojio tills, thereby making her own duparl'jre easier. Mrs. Everett dill nnt question her further. "Please don't say any- thin;; to IScryl and Uad until I'm Eone." Irene asked. "1 don't care to talk about my plans." Her motlicr agreed willi her that silence was iicst. Irene left without saying gooilliy to Tommy, and since tier mother would naturally lead him lo snpiioso she had tune to remain Ireno Iioiicd bo would realize bis lo?s. All the way lo Oakdalc she occupied herself with thoughts of her return to Tommy, making iilans for tlicir future together and even planning laeir wedding. She'd wear a KOWII «1 Cellcale rink wilb goini; to five her a car of her own clioico next summer. He'd even hinted alicut a generous Ecttlcment on both mother nnil child when the livst Premiss- grandchild should arrive. Irene wondered If she hadn't been hasty in making him unrler- slaml she considered H far loo early In her life for her to think of having children. "That's all old people ever think of when their children got nsnr- rictl." she remembered complaining lo CJaylord. "It's perfectly disgusting! Don't they suppose - a girl wauls to have a littlo pleasure In liio before she settles down?" Shi? !i p id not quite understood ttic way Gaylord had looked at her on ihat occasion. The porlcr helped her oB S p > rain anil Ireno gnvo him n quarter, ie pocketed It with no warmth ot ratllndo In his miiinhlcJ, "Thiink on, Miss." Irene hail been n dlilicult passen- cr. She had fruit and cho wanted t kept on Ice. Slio bad flowers and lacks and stacks ot magazines, •ihu'd boushl Ihcin ail licrfclf nnd aken a drawing room besides. But be did not deny her fellow pas- cngera Iho pleasure of looking nl icr (lowers. Slio kept her drawing oom door open ami thu llowcrs 0:1 display during llio day. Tlio fruit vas hrouxht to her after meals In ho dining car. Tea was served to icr In her room and she sent back several limes for dainties she thought she would like. TT made her feel llko n princess •*- lo travel thus and sho halt-hoped :ho oilier passengers would think icr a motion picture aclress going lo Hollywood. Sbo kepi her mo lion picture magazines proinlnentl) in sight. In company on the trip thcro were several fascinating yoiini, men who picked up nugaylneii am opened doors for Irene, who gavo I'.er a seat whenever she appeared in tho crowded club car, thougl: llio only proper rjlaco for her on the train w.-is the observation plat form. Those wlio remained en the train by tho limo ii readied Oakdal were sorry to sco her go lint 111- porter was not. "Two hits an' a coupla measly ilimes," lio grumhlei to a fellow porter. Tlio oilier porter showed a dolla from a lower berth passenger am grinned. "1'so laughin' las'," li proclalmeil heartily. Irene had lo carry her sultcas lerself when Elio tlnished sayln <;ooOliy to her new acquaintance just oulsido llio Iraln. She hailn wanted to liavo it taken into til station until she saw who w; about. Tho suiicaso was Hgb She'd told her mother she woutdn bother alwut her wardrobe unt her "business" In Oakilale was se tied. Mrs. Everett understood th to mean until Ireno had made u will, Gaylord. Seeing no one STIC knew Irene ci tcrcd the small and dingy static and looked around for a tolcphon There was none in tlio wulti: room and tho station agent \\ away. Across llio.slrcel there was small general store. Irene we over to see If she could telcpho llit-re. She was anuoyed lo fin Kho could UEO tlio Icleidinno vith ple.i-ii.irc," and sho needn't y iniwli (o Derry. The young man had been staring her, sit tlrst openly nnd then, nu- ircully romcmhcrlii'; his manners, oro guardedly, ever alnco slio en- ircil llio place. Irono WUH tint- ircd. Sho ni-ccptcd this Intciost s a ciiiniillnicnt. Her fur coat was astern mink anil If llio youil^ liln'l know lhat ho couldn't hclu nowli;g It wasn't cheap. Her ami-; Itlo hat which barely covcrcil iho rown of her head and allowed her •calih of sunny hair to show wna .10 cutest thing slio'd ever owned. the instrument in the open hut the store was deserted except for the presence of a young inau who told IlENE smllcil over her shoulder as slio asked, for a number, and ho pouted preltlly when nho fulled 0 gel Ilcrry on tho line. Sho tried gain and ngaln, and at hist wna old tliat Herry was skatlni; on (ho •tko at ilie connlry club. She nskeil o have a nie^aRO sent to him anil avo thr> number ot Iho sloro from vhleh ".lii! waa lolephoulng so that Jerry inlt-lit call her. After lhat she was tree lo nmnso icrsclf for a while. Suddenly It iccurrcil lo her that llio youni- tore clerk mlnlit havo some Inlcr- 'flling Kosslp about sonio of tho pco- ilo she knew. It might even bo lossil'lo that Bhe conhl learn somc- hlng to imllcalo Oaylord would iko to bavo her return. Shc'il play icr part In a reconciliation If CJay- ord nnd his father would como lalf-way. Traveling In luxm-y had impressed her again with a. measure of what she'd lost. She did not know that It In much easier for a poor man lo imaglno himself, rich than for n rich man to Iinaglno himself, poor. 'Ensc> and luxury corning (o Iraio suddenly hnit given her Iho idea that slio commanded such tilings because sho was herself beautiful. Sjnco she'd left Gaylord she had realized lhat rich young men do not fall Into every beautiful girl's Hfo. As a Prentlss slio'U had llio opportunity lo meet men ot wealth. Sho had not attracted one of them. As an cx-Prcnliss Ehe was again just Ircno Everett, daiifililor of a small (own grocer. Slio hadn't enough ot tho 1'rcntlss money to riso far abovo tills slatlou, and sho had no career to rcmovo her from It. Sho might grow old bctoro sh9 mot another wealthy man who wanted to marry her. Irene tried to open conversation hut Iho ymiiu: clerk seemed shy. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahem AM AS' -Ti-tauiGri I -311 s-f HAD A SMACK ! — WoU KWdUl -fllA- ItfE paefQR 5AIP A PECLlUARCfY GF "rlOG-PQV:" IS -THAT "Tl-lE ?ATiEM"T ^AS AU ABMGRMAL APPiErfi-fg AMP IS co^-fiMLiALLV r so !GO Afl?C>LS&l-( 'frle^-.-, MSAL ! -*~- BR-UieWe ME, VQU'RE: QWEP SPELL, I'M PLi-^ti^c A CAI^ARV PIE-T OF T LE'r^ftlcS AMP A PIECE: or BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WKI.U! WKU,!! WKU.! By Martia She was slill trying to mnko him Inlk when Hie lelcphouo rang. (Tn l_ia Continued) New York Cotton NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)— Collon closed sleady. open high 815 8H:) iX>7 017 037 July Oct Dec Jan March May 957 SCI SDD •J22 930 053 073 low 314 880 Oil) 035 955 close 855 8D3 QIC 927 0-18 9G1 Spots steady and unchanged nt Iried focds, rich cak-ia and desserts, hot breads an;l .iv.eets of all kinds liavu a decided heatin:; effect on the body. All fats' are amount of milk and water and lru:t juices are necessary in warm v: eat her..^ „., ..... UUUJ ,... lllla .„„ lKid uevo ,,, SL , 5 . u . c t um ,,.i llg c ,t hc-a preduccrs and some arc dif- j a , lot d . ly blU IOT|) ,„ ,„„„, thill WAKNIVC OKUKIl CHANCERY COURT, CHICKA- SAW13A DISTRICT, -MISSISSIl'- PE COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Missouri State Life Insurance Co., Plaintitf, vs. P. W. Clare, ct al, Ho. 4U58, Defendant. The defendants, P. W. Clare, Mrs. P. W. Clare and Ada B. Gwyn, are f .rncd to api>ear within thirty days .Uic court named in the caption rcof and answer the complaint of the plaiutilf Missouri State Life Insurance Co. Dated May 23, 1931. K. L. GAINES, Clerk, By Harvey Morris, D. C. Ivy W. Crawford, Ally Ad Lilcm. 23-30-G-13. Closing Slock Prices A. T. ,t T Amicoiida Copi>cr Auburn Calti pilicr Tractor ClirjThr Cities Service Coia Cola Conlincnial Bakjui; General Klcclric Motors Moiilgi-n-rry Ward New York Central Packard 21 5-8 ICG •23 3-1 18 3-E U 1-2 1M I-I 13 1-2 33 3-4 34 1-2 10 1-8 87 3-4 7 l-l liadiu Curp 15 5-i Standard nl N. J 3f, Texas Corp 20 1-8 U. Si Steel Quicklime Bombs Kill Fish in Ohio Town CHAKIXW O. Cumly Liams Warden A. 1. Uavis is scekini: l:»: oni'.cn who use JIIBS tilled with qnti-klinie lo boaib lish. <ly- nainitc >al« bciiii' cosily (raced. in j-i . rf-i •* Neil) Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. June 15 (UP) — Colton closed steady. July Oct Dec Jan March May high 8(M 807 ticnlt to digest as well. The fowls to cat are frcsli fruits vi'actabios, meat or Us snb- stitndc not than once a w.v. a;:d plenty of milk and water. Fresh Iruits a:ul vegetables arc K-ireshins and cooling. Iliey are rich iu vitamins and salts, vrliich are essential for maintaining health, out they are low in which produce heal and energy. Tlioy arc also valuable on tiicir leafy structure, as "ballast" or roughage, always an imijortrtiit factor in a healthful Oiitary. Of coiine, plenty of liquids arc always needed. U l .it as heal causes more rapid evaporation from Ih3 surface account of which acts if they nre drunk rapidly they may cause discomfort by Ihe sudden chilling of the slomach. Slov.- ly siypii:-; very cold drinks and slov.-ly ealini- ices is Ihc safest way —and the mo.U etTct-ttvc, too, since it brings a more lasting coolness, ices anti sherbets are more cool- in 1 ; than ice creams. The higher the content in any dessert, frozen or otherwise, (he more cal- orics and consequently the more heat. Three v.ell balanced meals a day with fruits, vegetables, milk and water predomit-a'.ing will <iu much toward making even very hot weather codfish puffs, crisp toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON — Jellied bouillon, crackers, tomato and sardine .salad, rye rolls, ginger cookies, tea. i DINNER—ni-cf rolls, new heels in orange sauce, buttered asparagus, salad oi mixed greens with French dressing, macccioinc of Iresh fruits, milk, culU-c. SAINT FAILK1) TO HEM 1 SEA1TLE. (UP)—Mrs. LaJola Casey did not get any sympathy from the judge when she after she was denied custody of her two children. As soon as she been revived. Superior Judge Calvin S. Hall said, "Stop this fainting business and don't, be foolish There's too much fainting rjoitr Tiic lime is put in a jug. a quart i ; .alcr poured on lop and a cork I'.Y STSTi-.K MAKY KE\ Sen-ire Wrilcr •With hot \vcatlicr iiixin 113. menus must be considered from a r.e-.v ansic. Careful eating will far toward keeping ci:c cool and comlortable. for the inlclii- gint choice uf Icodi when the mercury mounts has much to do with the way cue "feels the h:at." The energy requirements of Ihc body arc IcsL during warm \uaih- er than dining cold weather, so Ihc caloric consumption of the winter months should be reduced. The heal and humidity as well a.s the tendency toward physical inactivity make it unnecessary lo provide a diet rich in energy prutlucins foods However, it Is vastly imporUul lo cal nouriihinj foods which will rr-girialc Ihc funclions oi Ihe body and guard against tilt- <ln;:.stivc troubles annovinsly characteristic of hot weal her. A balanced dirt (UP)— Gcan;;a! nnibl be maintained, using tiic minimum of fat ami carbohydrate pufslblc to keep the correct proportions. Protein is ahuiys needed to lake care of llio and dn-.eii A chemical reaction icar of the body, but bince protein focds tend to increase energy production in Iho system, it's advis- causcs an explosion as soan as tin i au!c to use only as much protein jug u lettered In a hole in the'bed o! the stream. The fish are either killed or stunned nnd gathered by aid of a fltshllght, !hc warden said. as is actually needed.. There are certain types of food it Is wise to avoid during excessive heat. Rich sauces and gravies, endurable. TOMOIiKQW'S MENU BREAKFAST — Stewed rhubarb, Courier Ncv.s Want Ads Pay. FRliCKLES AND HIS FKIKNDS I OPOP WAMHOE OFF AT SHAOYSlDE/ ALBERT-I'M HAVING- NUMBER AN EKHANIJ! A BOY S'JHO RiSKS ms LlrE TO A DEED AS -THAT BOY DID, IS f DESERVING OF MAMY-THINGS---) HATE \ TO OFFER HIM MONEY \NEi.L, WE'LL """• ' TALK THE THING OMER I SEE HIM. •Wi?NTV-WO PICK US UP LATER WASH TUlJIiS TIIK GKTAWAV! .SM AM? EASV ItAMeTriEIK GUARDS GiNttiEO ^NO BOOTJD, THtN, CP.UTIOUSLY, THEV SURE Tv'KT THEIR SCUFFLE Hf-S Ngi KTTC^OM. SHOUTb BURST FUW\ THE. CAMP P*S TME AWTOR SPUTrtRlN& (?OftR-THEN RUNNING FOOTSTEPS, Vi!j7i FIRST, I'LL PUT THEIR. MOTOR BOATS 3MNMSSION QUICK! GRAe ONTO i\ NOT EVtNj •n,v\e ro WARM o? THE MOTO;.-, IN SIGHT. -SEE WHfVPS GOING o,\S K THE SMUGGLER'S

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