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Blytheville, Arkansas
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1332. BLYTHEVH.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 ^CLASSIFIED ADSl Two cents a word tcvr first] Insertion nnd one cent » word for iscli sub*i«iuent Insertfcxi No advertisement taken for k«J than Sdc. Count the words and bei:d ll-.e casli. . Phone 306 FOU SALE FOR SALE-Baby chicks, alt varic ties custom hatching soheiled Marilyn Hatchery. Blythevllle 18ct I-OU "sAU^-'HotcTamT location fo lining slatlon. Cardwell, Mo Building first class. Vacant cornc lot on Main street Joining High way 25 Splendid investment. Fo particulars write D. C. Stcolc Sv> ScavrlU BWB-. Kansas Clty - , BY KAY CLEAVER HI-WIN UKKK TODAY A.VX mid CnCII.Y KKXWICK »r«. r <krlr' JoiT/ictr".^^, MAVlV- VltA\Ci:S, u*i IhFlr FOR RENT—Modern Jour room stucco bungalow. 'Co-.nei 1 Fifth and ParK. Mi's. P. P. Carter. 25pk28 FOR. SALE—Team mule's, wagon, farming tools, elglil tons hay, 100 bushels corn, 25CO |K)u:'.ds cot ton seed, Stoneville No. 1. aeor.jc Stihvell. Yarbro. 2CP-K30 FOR SALE—Chevrolet 1-Ton truck, oo'i repair.' Jenkins Garage, osie 224. 290-K.a Ilirjr urt UHI iiue day (Ti'i'llj- 1'OR KENT FOR RENT—605 Chickasawba St., Five Rooms and Bath. Apply at h c new York Store. 150-Ktf FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 700 West Walnut. 26C-TF FOR RUNT—Furnished apartment. 108 West Kentucky. Phone 083. ZGC-Ki FOR RENT—Fiv c room furnished house, rent reasonable. Phone G72. 2SC-K1 FOR RENT—Twenty acre farm, orchard, gnrden. large house,, barn, tenant house at North Sawba, thrco miles northwest of Blytheviile. Ntrs. G. W. Murdaugh. 28P-K1 FOR RENT—Six room house and 27 acres of land on Highway Cl near Yarbro, Ark. Call Mrs. Mict, Flione 423 or see me at, 110 West Ash, Blytheviile, Ark. 28pk31 FOR RENT — Five room house, bath, reasonable. Park street. Phone 250. 28C-K2 FOR RENT—Five rcom brick bungalow, hot and cold water, gar!>?e, reasonable rent. Comer Walnut and ICtli. Apply Ike Miller, Fhcn» .889. 29C-K4 FOR RENT—Five room house wlih bith, garage. 1100 Holly. Call jMrs. Emma f,. ..Rogers. • 20P-K2 WANTED. K&nball. Red. 'Cross. ashings. \-Mlrti Mary SOS LiUy . ttieet. Call - ' ' 'K-TF WANTED—Fresh Cream. St. Louis prices paid. Bennett's Dairy, Blytheviile. 7C-K.31 WANTED—used typewriters. Cash paid. Ulaiiy.enship and Kvrard. 25ck30 lkl» ••null im:iVl" to wii'rr"'!'!!!!, KC- ItOVI), founf lmv>»r I. whom >ke kflK lirru I'litcnKril fur right Jrnra, Crvlly, -1-2, J,,vr« IIUIUY MrKKKI., Hilt- rrfUKrM lu nnmr Ihrtr wrdjl«jf 3lar?--FranrcM. 13, anil till) In K-U<1,' Hi: AKMOL'NT, vmi4rillli> urt^r i\fioin khr Una Mirt ulllmul <hr knmvlritKf "f bvr »I«lrr«. Iiu urKf» hrr to Ivnvc home [lad become llttf htMCe paTtllrr. Ann null I'kll quarrel nhrn Kke kr:ir« I.inTV KING, vvkn >vurk> In 1'Ml'M offire Eivlld[«£, nddrruK hlwi ullU i i nili 1 .irni[<>i<«. AMM IrU-w lii turiti-l I'hll lir cnlnt nliuot "ilk Ki:\.\l.-l'll SMITH, rlrh nui nt- tfiitlvi-, bnl tthrn .Smllk ink* brr to marry him »hr- rc-Tuxr*. tvJlk l)r ArtmuiMr. Jn lilx car. '1'hc -ti MtmrrcU ivlth hv She romr* hiniir ivllh wile und Harry nri- lit l>c mnrrlrd Ilittl i-iTulnic. ANU dUruver* 3lnr>-- Kl-nnt-L-i N Mll»Hln^. IfnrtIM MHe linv clnprd ivlrh Dp Ariuuiml. Inmir- dtnti'ly a npurcli Ix IK-AUU. I'Ml r>rnyd t-nisH-n to help. Ann • f.lrly (r:intk< milll n trir|ilinne cull runirK fnitn M.-iry-Fruncrx. i\OW (iO I1X WITH TIIK STOUY CIIAI'TKH XLV 44"V"ES, -A'.rllttg, \Vherc are you? •*• Ann asked frantically. "I'm' down here at the Unlo Station. I haven't any money fo carfare nor anything. Tlio lai bere is lotUus; me nso the tel phono on her desk." "Are you—alone, dear?" "Course I'm alone. But I can walk home, and 1 haven't ai money for carfare. Tho lady—' "JIary-Francca, are yon you all right?" "iVo, I'm not, I'm hungry, 1' jusl naturally starved. Ahd haven't any money, and—" "Listen, linncy. You go right outside tho station there, and you'll see b>mc taxicabs. Get into one ot tlieni, and tell tho driver your address—" "Ann, I haven't a cent of money -" "That doesn't matter. Do just :IB sislcr lolls yon. Oct into the cab and tell the man your address. I'll be waiting on the porch, aud I'll pay him when he gets hero with yon." "I hardly think he'll d'o it." "Of course he will. That's the •way to do.: People never pay taxicabs until the end of the ride Ton do that, right away, now Will you?" "Yes, if it is all right." "It is, dear. That Is tho wa> people always do. And — Uar lins--" "U'hal?" "•• "Aro yon—are you—" -. "<?i "Whal?" "Well, you might tell the ma to drive vather fast. Not too fasl dear. Just rather fast." Ann hung up the receiver an leaned against the .wall --^. \lose 1 LOST AND FOUND LOST — While gold wrist watch with band. Liberal rc«ard. Mrs Charles P. .Wcod or Courier Nev--s IY:V:- •• • 29C-K2 WRECKS AUTO WRECKS For All Makes of Cars Expert Repairs on Damaged Bodies, fenders. Hoods, Glass, Etc. Paint Colors Matched. New Equipment for Acetylene Welding. Finished Jobs Look Just, Like New. I'hone 810 Today 1>HIU.1PS MOTOR CO. 5lh and Walnut Sis. guaranteed finger waves. 25 cents. .Oct Miss Oval Dell. 104 W. Vine. 22ck2' HEREAFTER- I will not be respon- siWe tor any debts made by my wife, Ada Flovrers. Signed, A. Flowers. ' Dr. .1. A. Saliba Eye, E;\r, Nose and Throat Ingram Building I Corner ^lain & First St. SECOND HAND FURNITURE HOUGHT — SOLD R. J. Dodson 301-303 E. Main November 18, 1931 Treasury Department. Office of the comptroller of the Currency. Notice Is hereby given to all oersons who may havo claims igainst "The First National Bank 3f Blytheviile. AJ Kansas," that the amc must be presented to R. L. Jradlcy, Receiver, wllh the legal proof lliereof, within three months from this date or they may be JLallowsd. J. W. POLE, Comptroller of the Currency. 11-16C—K2-16-32 Loan -Company oflcrs close-in, comfortable Main Strccl home, 3 bed rooms, plenly ot closets, large living rosin with fir c place, garage, concrete driveway, In lirst class condition, For Just What It Has in The Property. A little cash and monthly payments will buy it. o. G. cArniLi,, Phone 797-786 Ofliccs In Farmers Bank Bids. WARNING ORDER Wheeler S. McCaii and Lillian N. McCall are \\ained to appear in the Chancery Court of Ihe Chickssawba Dislrict of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint filed against Ihcm by The Mississippi County Building and Loan Association of Blytheviile, Arkansas. Datca this I4(h day of January, 1932. R. L. GAINES, Clerk. 15-22-29-5 BRILLIANT Did you know seven tons of 'BRILLIANT win <-'<liifil eight tons ortlin- avy coiil in bulk? Just Phone 100 E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Closing Stock Prices A. T. & T 112 Anaconda Copper 101-4 Auburn 131 1-2 Calcrpillar Tractor 12 Chrysler • 13 Cities Service '. 53-* Coca Cola 106 5-£ Continental Baking General Eicclrlc General Motors Middle West Utilities .. Montgomery Ward New Ycrk Central Packard 43- Hadio Corp 7 l-£ Simmons 71-2 Elar.dard ot N. J 25 1-2 Texas Corp 0. S. Steel 37 5-£ Courier News Want Ads Pay, OUR BOARDING HOUSE I^SURAUCe PCiUICV IKA-T CAWI&3 A " \'>I ASKS WrlAT^OlJR^ CLAUSE -w/,ilr>,Sltic£ I^e v\ i; ie^TAiD UP wi-n( Tins COUP,.I'M etfTrn.ep^\Mpu"Re.AE; -riUT Pouicvj COUP (US Kept MS MOfiEV Trie PAST FOUR TWVS .{ SAV ,-ttU-r I HAVJE see^i BACK Oki MV POTteiiTiAL 6ARMIM6 OF Af?CMJ-r $10 G rTFlRLJ SOME unvo to get mysolf In (o luko Iho car lo tlio hand. 1 havo to bo culm. 1 havo me for her, Ann, n'hcrovcr aho rope, instead ot Oi-lvliiK only 10 lo bo culm. 1 can't havo hysterics uilca on lo Iliu no.xt lawn to e:U. I wan Iryliig to tell you, My t tamo n\er me, Ann, tmd nil. 'Ho'R killed »iy leva,' I r's rltlit licro." Ann opened licr eyes tight. I Joel so Canny and tbuui:lil. 'jiu's Killed „,}• vo was a train. RIO inuut out ero dripping out of them, down er cheeks and oK her chin and In frinii, nnd I'.irl had PEAL, I MieU-r "That's nil I want, «fl llio rest 1 forgot yoii wero here. Iiu' IIMII Elanillii); by (ho H(I'|IS — a coiiditi'tnr, I Ihouclit ho was, but ho turned out lo be u lirakoinan — if tlii-i iniin would talco mo lii!iiii>. li \\:,sjii6l Idln cin-|(«lly nr at Hi-si, And ho Buhl wlicre w,(s linmo? Avid I told lilni. ot my life, Ann. Just to liclp you forgot all about It. I Imvo lo et my purso aud wait oU tho orch for the tiuleab." TlTARY-KllANCUS B.ild, "Oh, "*• hello. Phil. Aim, 1 mils: say: do you viieau that I may not You're ehoklnf Bie. nd llicu I Just went on nnd lold vcn "sit here on tho porch with lo pay tlio man. I lold him. .You on until tho laxlcab comes? KOl lo pay llio man." —I Just Ml Ilko lolllnf; him Iho No. dear, 1 guess not. I don't was da iiinl uU'i\ nnd cmniiiK hoinu anil every. are where you Bit. lono wll'i Mary-Frances .when atlended to it, Ami. Milni;. 1 lul.l him I'd cli)|u'il ril my mind. \\a PL>c imicli Niiriirlsed, and lio iirlcst! Aro you inurrlcdT' he gels here.— -that's all. I wish here wero somo way I could get lo Cissy. 1'oor Cissy, oh, "Did Cissy coins liomo right? How's Grand? 1 forgot to telephone If Cissy could coino homo aflor I salil, '.N',.), 1 changed my mind. I o Mrs. Hill." NYhcn Ann pushing Oraml over, 1 cciulil, after liuuio.' So ho. Bald, !'o llign I hail to maldng just a "II!K mlsiako. Yes, lovch Will said, "Ocarest, It you I'll tell you nil about that in it him In w ! didn't h could lislon. Just a momenl— " minute. Hut you bald, Aim, lliat Hut '11 faM, -iloii on.' So I hen. latw. !•» Hie train Iiu dime ulon-,- »nd i;;u'o me his naiiiu and ad^s — it's In my pocket- and They are BO good," Ann said. nothing I'd do would mako nny 'I don't know how we can ever difference. I— Ann, do you think thank them— llio Hills, I mean — Cissy will bo awfully mud? I loft for what they'vo done. If It had her bag at Mendel Springs. H was my folks could my him, In the hotel lobhy. I guess I brolio If tlioy wanted (o. 'cans'-, ho'd uald couldn't have been a hit happier. Sue was so sweet— crying and all. my faro [jcrsonally ouf, oj Uls OKU Ann, I couldn't starve So yon u'il 1 , won't yon. \i e was vciy olillclni;. And she Is sure that everything I'd ot died. Tlie dining room was closed for repairs. And it sec-nth hu liasi a couplo ot cUutf!li vouldn't have coma home somilliliig was Just opening and tcrs arounil about my use. Hi) told me ID lake a lu\ic;ll] linniu, ouldn't havo talked in shutting liko a trapdoor inside- of I 'siiccl if wo'd writo a lel- Dm I war, i\!vtitd !io didn't beir.K hungry, and so on, it she'd ler wo'd get Iho bag sent back know, niaylie, being had a very unpleasant experience on a iniin. :;o then tlio lady in the- iinKonn at llio fiU'.tlou talil lo Ea.rl would lake it." Dear, do have?" "Surely not. Surely not. BOOTS AJND HER "This — Karl, dear? me. 'Have yon friends In Hie city!' — rude to you nor anything of Ko 1 tuhl licr 1 lived here, but I that sorl. waa lie?" avo any money for car- int 1 could Iclcnhono yon still call mo 'dcur. : "No, bo wflsn't rudo. Just In- mo put my arms around you. You considerate. All ho thlnVs about an't have stopped loving me eu- Is his old stomach. Ho wasn't liuu rely, Ann. You must still love Inconsiderate. I don't think le a little." "Yes, I suppose so. real tnio love ivould let anolhor j;en lo litnvl oft wlthonl any But I don't wish to money al all? You always Imvo n Elie ate like n little wild aut- quarter or EO, don't you?" e bothered ow." "ttoulrt It bother mal, tearing the cold chops from tho bones, gulping great ewaUows "I got a few little tlilnss thla her cycu cliirliiK at tho monilni;— a lipstick ami an uyu ul. It I told you how I felt when tbiii] I tlnnt^ht. 1 had to usk tho came in this evening, tired and Uolor liogan to obb Into her cheeks man to lake live one-cent alamys. And I never dreamed, Ann, that and Into Ann's at about Iho lurk nt tho desk handed mo that Earl wouldn't buy inu salted nnla lip ot paper with your telephone "I don't know just why I went. nor cliucolato bars nor anything. Ann. You keep iulorruplins "II number on it?" "That's' all right, clear. ust noes to show!" don't know why — I Tiia leleiibonc- bull ran;; again. Mr. Hill and that sweet old Uncle like I was tolling yon. ho said, hancy — out hunting for her.- TO Of UttP •EXE OtJ sonic dimculty in making Kennclli I'll drive the cur around to tho wish I could get word to them. understand that she had nu and yon wait here.' Hill couldn't have done more sago for him now. I said. 'You can't,' and 1 kept tell- ,f It had been Ermintrude. Mary- j.'TII bet," Mury-Frances said, as ing him ho couldn't, Frances was just cross and funny nn turned from Ihu tcleidiouu to dining room was closed. Ho said nervous nor anything. her, "(bat it yon went out with missing one nie^l never hurt any- can't think what on earth Is keep liiu ho wouldn't let y,n starve. i bet," elaborated Mary-rrriii- And, Anu,. he never even ing that taxi. .There seemed to ho nothing tho matter with Wary- cei. '-'that ho wouldn't let nny chocolate bars nor anything, and Frances except that she was hitn- starve." KOI- n moment she looked I couldn't ask him, hardly. and ' Ihun sbu "I'm lired out. I'm guess I'll gn on to bed." seemed fnuuy for nio to, when wo odd that slio didn't have a weren't so very well cent ot money. It Is a good thing, didn't co I Ho'd had his lunch, of course. I adn't had a bile all day. straight to the police. Ihing we have lo thank tho Hills bile. So then, when spite ot all I (To lie Continued) h.c went right tlubbornly tor. Phil. Is Uiat it?. YOB— cl molar vehicles for tlie carryin<; ci pc^en'jei;; under ihe provis!c:i- it Act. No. BO uf llie Acls e'. (UP) — j I)!-. P5 amci-.[l?:l by Act No. 62 p/ ; 1929, over Ihe following i»:lj- hiolnvays of (his slate :- \cw York Cotton ORLEANS. Jan. 29 <Ur>- NEW YORK. J;r:. 2 Colton closed steady. high 670 G37 702 Ti3 740 28C-K2 >r , . .March : May ny No. 61 from the Mis- Eouri-Arkansas line lo the Av" kansas-Tenncssce Hue Intcr- 7 slate. Case No. 9^7. : This application will be heard Si;cls closed steady at 6G3, up a. , by the At-:ausss lullrnnd Comn'i:-- El'/ots closed steady at G75, up 5. slon at 0:30 A. M. en (he -nil :rtay ot February, W32 In ti.ic ol-i ! flees of the Railroad | the Commission. New Slate Capilol ; By oiling windows «i the fcot- loms of his bee hives, a California: apiariit has lound hc can IS wlrlwf ScT ffi through ihc brood combs. THK UKKAh! f p eRACflUsl-'euTYoL) i. i s.w>«eV/.'-SS'/.Ei.Lor-- OF SMOX6.-.COAUSMOW6... HAVE vto esesi op TO? I SAVJ TAG AVJ0 OSCAfc OUT HOLD;US* y^u UP AS IF YoO " '~ FfiECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MAT wosr BS IWASlUATioi-l.A'o.'A,..; ( TAS AH' OSSiS H. \MAS josr oo:n' A LOT i Or Tb:,\rOOL6S/ PIGHT U? TO 8EP FDR HIS W COSE, JUST AS IF VJOTHMS HAD TO UM... t£T WOW TVIAT HE VAS C-0 3Y TVU; OOT1.ES' CLUS noose..- WASH TUUHS f ftVL BIGHT, I <r£> FIRST / NOSSlRl / XOU GO I IM FIRST. ^ JUST P"H : T ^MT^ FIRST, her eyes. LOST—Blue and black Shaeffer fountain pen- Return to Courier News. 26cK3fl 1 _ i LOST--B!ack pockctbook contain- Cotton closed quiet and steady, ing keys. Reward. Rclurn J'KKSONAL

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