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SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1931 BLYTI1GVILU3, (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS Two centj * word (or flnt Insertion and oo» cent • void (or <*d> mtwmrt UutttioD. Mo idverUMoieat Uken (or leu tbia We, Count tin wordi lad tend the tub. Phone 306 FOB RENT FOR RENT—Furnished 3 room flat, 700 West Walnut. Cc-tf 1-'URN1SI1ED Apartment for Rent 305 Dougan. 18P-K27 FOB RENT—5 room, unfurnlshec apartment. Modern. West Main St. Arcola heal. Phone 417 4VO-W. 19C-: PAGE FI7B 'Iteilustml Hunter fa GROVFiS but, ECO. 1 hale deltrcrln death notices!" lorrlbly upset over Irene'* Injuries Rimiaiitecd by a reputable, which Gaylord called "Blight." OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahcrn IIBIilN III'IIK TOI1AJ RKItYJ, BOHnigX koj>r« lk>l • r»dl> carter *ijtl tcln her «<ir«et kri koptltu lore lor IIIMSIV WII.SII.V like l> rtiuurrd In her l-iK-.klrr, IIIKVK. n,r cur« •feml nllk PHEVm« CAVLOHI) mull !»•• ltir>. [k>i kc I> rlrk • •d MRDJIKC* 10 ttla fcti* nnay teem Beryl, After a tan; mnr- rlaBe Ikr; 4c|ittrl fur Gaylnrd'i nrttrro botue. Tommy drEnki kruTlIr, lutri til. Ji.l, tmj JMn. cold wkllr Irrlnii la find him lu • rce kin lo give u» kU amvlinlc- •one niiotlnlri. llrr Ikrom l» «I- f(clt< «ml Irr >!>KluK J»H «re tlidrd. U'ken TOMmy rratl*i:a tUr ••crliSee jlif .tun lunrlc fur Mm, k< rrfuriUK imri go« Lack lu cul- FOB RENT—6 room, modern bung alow, good location, garasje. Phone 725-W or 259. IOC-TF LOST AND FOUND LOST—German Police dog named Lindy, llniivs. reward Notily Florence Arian, at 150. 20C-K24 WANTED POULTRY WANTED—M&rket prices, any qunntlty. Marilyn Hal- ttery, 210 8. Fourth St. 8C-TF WANTED — Family washings or general housewort Mrs. Dora 22OT 18th St. TF WANTFJ3 — Hay to bale. C. G. Smith, Phone 827 or 1502-F2. C-6C-TF WANTED TO BUY — Used cars. Lehman Gillespic, Denton Chevrolet Co. 17P-K22 OWN CAR? Want to clean up $3,000 this summer? Then get busy and write for particulars about n°,v patented product which is goins over big. Address Manager, Box 983, Dayton, O. COMMISSIONF.R'S SALE Notice is hereby given tliat NIC undersigned commissioner, In compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for tlie Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 15th , day of May, 1931, wlierein Amerio can Bldg. & Ix>an Ass'n. and W. L. " Delony, Trustee, were Plaintiffs, No. 4895, and Mrs. Mary Henley, ct nl were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in Hie Cily of Blylheville, Ar, kansas, on Ihc llth day of July, 1931, Ihe following real estate, to wit: •""fieginnin~g at the Southeast' corner ol G. W. Richardson's lot- and the South corner of W. D. Henley's store lot run thence South 136 1-3 feet to slake, thence East 85'.i feet to stake; thence North 140 feet to slake; thence West 73 1-3 feet to place of beginning, same being carved out of the Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter of Section seventeen, Township fifteen North, Range eleven East; Also beginning at the Norlh- east corner of G. W. Richardson's lot and run thence Soulh 16 rods to a stake; Ihence East 100 feet to slake; liience North 16 rods to stake; thence West 100 feet to place of beginning, the starting point Is on section line between Sections eight and seventeen, in Mississippi County, Arkansas-Blytheville, Arkansas. • Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum ol $898.80, with 10 per cent interest from February 1st, 1931. The purchaser at said, sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a Hen will be retained upon said properly as additional sccur- , ity for Ihc payment of such pur- ^ chase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 13th day of June. 1031. R. L. GAINES, 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery. Irene ,.;,rivl. ivlih rccnll.i ovrr an nrv:»tr ivllk 1U-UIUY 11st Tummy tin* vhnn'iu-d nitil •rck« lu ti-tnln 111. li,,»-. Itrnr pinna N *rerel turning \\llh llerry km oitr uf rrrutTu 1 frk-ctijH rri-UA- nliFH brr und lelciihunea lo I'reu- IU« iTku drive* lo Ihe rc&drKvuui Ju»l ni llerry rirnnuirr* Irrne a« • kearllr«» K°ld-diKBtr. Thr turn fifiM nud Irone lrlr» <fl a^-c la I)rrr>'» c;ir. There In an arolJenl. Irene In Injured and !• Inlu-ti lo • huiulml. NOW oo ON xviTii Tin: 5 roil v CHAPTEK XLVI TlEftyL sinned with surprise ** spilling a. feu drops of tlie cliocolalo on her parly dress. The accident did not distress her. Beryl felt she would bo ejad when all tlie things the Vclvctan Girl bad bouEhl were gone. Beryl went lo answer t-lic door bell and I.er band shook visibly wheu she tooX Hie telegrrim tlial was clclivcrecl to her by a young man wlio said he'd wait to see If there miyht bo an answer. Beryl asked him to come in out of Ihe bitter wind that was howling across Hie porch. Tlie (elcgrnni was for her molher. "It's a telegram." Beryl said anil handed the envelope over unopened. Her mother, leanlug down the stairs, took it eagerly. Beryl went up tlie few remaining steps and waited. Her mother hat BOW eyes and It was cot neccssars for her to put oa glasses before she could read the message. Sho read it hastily. Suddenl.- Jirs. Everett shrieked. Ereryone came running, even to tho messenger boy. Eeryl caught her mother in b=>r arms as she collapsed but she could not have sun- porled her for !ous liad not .Mr. Everett come lo her aid. Tommy halted near the heart of the slalrs, just behind Ihe messenger boy. and sloou wailing unlil Jlr. Everett anil Beryl bad eot the f woman into iicr room. "Gee, do ( you suppose somebody's dead?'* the messenger boy will:;- pered. "I jcnew il was bad news— I VK told to wail for an answer npOMMY did not answer. •*• ly Beryl reappeared to pick up ;ho telegram. Her mother's outci Ics had not made clear what r.cwa It contained. Ueryl read the message aloud to Tommy, and ihen Blie ivanied to laugh. Tho Impulse horrified her. How- could Bho laugh nheu her sister was hurt? "Beryl, don't!" Tommy salil sliarnly. Ho could uot bland Ihc sojiiUs ot her crying—crylj-,}; thai was prompted by a Ucslro to laugh. To Tommy who luul never witnessed ictil hysteria—only Ircnu'e raging imltalloii of il—Ibis was a horrible thlny. "TKey sometimes give 'cm a sood slap," Iho messenger Inn- advised him but Tommy was deaf to such advice. Ho took Beryl by Ibe iirniB anil shook her—nol because lie tlioit^ni it was Um IK-SI liilii; to do but lie- cause lie wauled lo malic her listen to him. Ills action was instinctive, tho force it la natural to exert In a moment of desperation. It niilelcd Ueryl. After a minute or iwo fiho said, gasping. "I'm sorry. Get me a ijbsa of w.ucr." mini' C-t the vratcr. Deryl drank it In slp^. aa though her Ihroal v.-sro clinked. "Yon nearly scared me to liealh," Tommy told her. "What made yon do that?" JlEHYL went lo Inlk with her molhc-r, b\tt eha said nothing of her Impression of Gaylord'a nies- age. "Oh, my poor baby," Mrs. r.ver- etl wailed over and over. Ihero in a huauiUI without her molher!" j "She's got her husband." Mr. | Everett, who luul COIKU back from gcltini; him.self u drink of BOIIIC- thing, declared. "Now ilou't you begin meddling!" Mrs. ICveroU turned upon him fo- ftlt conlldcnt that tiaylord w:is looking nfier Ircno as fur as money 'was concerned. • • » r pIIUY did not hear from lilm aealu for Bcvcrul days. Thcso <!.iyg wcro lerrihlo for lloryl. Her Eiiulhcr kept lo her bed nnil tefiised to see anyone for Irene had written ll'.c:n a plllfiil letter in which nho declared Bho linil dono l:cr best lo iiialiu up with Gaylord but ho MS "Just Use Mine luwunl her," nml when she sul well ijlio would luivo lo conio home. Sho repealed lliat al'.c -.vould try not to bo any troulilo in them Iwcauso they'd all been EO rncloiisly. "It's nil your fault!" she'. ( : O CH] in her. She'll work lianl and exclaimed. "Yours ntul llcryl'a i i-.dp with Hm ciuikinx and try lo You didti'l watil Ireuo here, cllher furKH now sho wns suffi-rliiB now. one of you. Yon mado her humble Tlie teller brolio her inolhcr's herself lo go kick there. II you'd Imri niul Meryl and Mr. Kveielt let her alone tiaylord would have I suffered In consequence. Mrs. liver- cnino tor her. Oh, my poor bnhy! Maj-be (iiiylord's lying. Aiaybc slio's hurt badly! Maybe, she's ilylnc!" Mrs. lOvcrelt kepi It up until ehc had her hne-bnml thnroiislily fright- cneil nud Ueryl loo began lo wonder if Clayloiil had lichl bnrk Ihe L-U ik'daied so (rcfiuenily am! so t-aniestly Mini ihoy luul tK.'f-n cruel lo Irene lliat ul last lioiyl asVcil lnTSelf U it couldn't tic pnsssblo lint lliey weie. Sho lookeil liack over Ihy years lu which shci had rown up wlili Irene and II teemed Iruo report of Irene's rwitllllnn— | |;> her that Blic'il never llkccl her peiluir.s paving the way for more serious news. Hut Hint would bo silly. Why should lieT ilo dldn'l caro enough nEiout them to do such a thing. She hado'l learned yet what his trouble, with Irene was but If It wcro Irene's fault i:!lil nol his then (iaj-lord probably disliked Uio wliolc lanill;'. Me couldn't lie the brule sislcr. 'Tcrhaps I didn't try to feo her i^ood qualities." llcryl told herself In a moment of seH-nnalyrla. "I liavo no right lo Judgo her. No oua tins sahl my slnndarila are tlie only standards." Reryl bit her tongue to from lau^liing n^i'tn. Finally tho messenger boy tuiuded them that he was wa't for p.n answer Ucryl. wllli Toiini'.y's help, composed one which lliey addressed to Irene al tho hospital in Ciikdalo where Gaylord had said she would spend a few days lo recover from her injury. "Nothing to worry about," Tommy said lo fiery! wheu he was taking his leave. j fiery! felt Hint he was hiding his own Toolings in order to reassure her but she was incapable ot nuk- ,ng an effort to offer him comfort In return. After he was pone she wondered If co.ufort snpovElnous. lord's wive She strove very earnestly In conquer her illf-llfee fur Irene's character us a whole and lo dwell nron arliiK Units itiat Irene ' possessed. Tliero wcro not many I bal she realized with a slinck lliat, fee no reason why ! sifted from Iho tenoral sclllshnesa Caylonl should conceal Iho Irue and Eclf-wlll ol her sister, llicro I Irene saltl he was. lial it was con-',i, fl keep cc|ral) , e ,„„, „„ lvas|1 . l a Ba , u - lll ° WAV is- C3QSSIPV Housewives 111 1 WEB "Tula WEEKS,' YOUR wire US IM Ultrf WIPE OPEM ArJMS •"• AM 1 A CLUB tAChf r'AMD I Wi'f-L W[lii-f OUT , WrfH OUR VAV/OR ! cllhcr. wouldn't have, been facts of Iho accidcnl from them, hut to qulel her mother she promised tn send a wire fo Ihc hospital authorities for further information. / She got It off ns early as she could next morning anil In due time they had word confirming wlial were bits of sweetness. "Perhaps 1 milimoiilzeit her, drew out Iho worsl In her." Meryl ro- llcelcd. "And perhaps I'm nol even now ns honesl as 1 think 1 am. It U wcro not for Tommy 1 might feel differently. I'm lealoiia and selfish. I might have mothered Ircno It 1 Gayiord had told them. Irene had hadn't alwnys been Jealous of her. suffered hrulsi id la •a. .Oh DMlrty!" sbo wallect suddenly, CNCCSS of honesty having tions of (lie scalp an<l faco but she i was In no danger ol losing her life. I biouehl her lo hllter doubt of ] Ueryl, without mentioning It to «l(. "have I always been n her mother. s.!so iuquij-cil if Irene was being given Ibe licst medlcr.l ! s;iorl?" Heryl had no business asking her- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I'SHAW! By Martki for cere available In Oakdnle. The In- self thcso questions for sho wna In on reading Gay-i qujry wns made to ascertain tor her I desperate need o( quiet anil rest, second liino the I own salislucliou il Gaylord sensed .a coldness, almost an iti'.llf-1 siimlug Iho financial furciico to Irene's plifiht. It was tics of Irene's care. The answer lord was as-1 ot peaco and forgetfulnesa. Her rcsponslblli- condition was 0110 In which sho almost like a '.vouUl Eend a3 a duty. Had Tommy noticed Ibis? Would as tics er ivas in tho affirmative and Heryl was relieved oE a burden, for she l uul know vrheru funds could be ..... . ....... ........ . .„ ............... tie conclude from it that -Gaylovd f raised lo pay her sister's expenses. and iieue.weii! blill Hi No one would receive llio best of . that were so Tommy cuulilii't bo Anything unless the oxrcnso was couhl como lo any far-fetched conclusion, do anylhing and make her* self believe anytliins. To Beryl at this critical Ihere came n poignant crj of dis- {T« »5 Omtlnucil) rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawha District of ^!issis- sippi Cotinty, Arkansas, on the lath Chlckasawba District o; Mississippi pvoveri secnrily, to secure the pay-| front door of Iho Court House, hc- CoiiiKy, Arkansas on r.ic 15th day: meat ol the purchase money, and a j twecn tile hours prcscrilKil hy law, of May, 1931, wncrein American ; lien will be retained upon said prop- in Ihc City of Blylheville, Ark.imi Delony. Trustee, ivcro ijiaintifTs No. | jinymcnt of sucli purchase money. ! following real estate, lo-wit: 4907 ai:d J. L. Flak;, Laura Rake | Wilncs? my hand and l!ic seal of and J- P. Flake were Defendants, | said Court, on Ihis, the 13th day ol will sell'at public auction to Ihe i .lime, 1031. R. L. GAINES. COMMISSIONER'S SALK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance wilh the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickosawba Dislrict of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 15th day of May, 1031, wherein American Building & Loan Ass'n. and W. U Delony, Trustee, were Plaintiffs No. 48S3, and J. J. Gilless, el al were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and cost bidder, ,011 a credit of three months, at Ihe front door of the Court House between the hours prescribed b> law, in the Cily of Blythevilte. Arkansas, on the llth day of July 1931, the following real estate towit: Lot Four, Block Six, Ruddle Heighls Addllion to Blylhcvlllc, Mississippi Counly, Arkansas. Said sale will be had lo satisfy said decree In the sum of $1,404.72, wilh 10 ]>cr cent interest from Nov. 1st, 1930. The purchaser nt said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a iicu will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of Court, on tills, tho 13 day of of June, 1931. R. L. GAINES, lighest and besl bidder, on a ciod/ of three months, at the front cioor of the Court House, between t!ic lours prescribed hy law, in Ihe City of Biytheville, Arkansas, on Ihe llth [lay of July. 1931, the following real estate, to-wit: Lot Nineteen, in Block "n" of the Joe P. Pride Subdivision lo Biytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in co:u- j pliance with the terms of o decree ' rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi county, Arkansas, on the 15th day of May, 1931, wherein Amcri- I can Building & Loan Ass'n. and W. Said sale will be had lo satisfy | L. Delony, Trustee, were Plaintiffs said decree in the sum of 31,474.18, Ko . J 9H , and Jack E. Wilson, Grace with 10 i>cr cent interest from Feb- | \vilson and Daley K. Hill were Ue- ritiiry 1st, 1031. fondants, will sell at public auction The purchaser at said sale will be to the highest and best bidder, on rcritiirerl to execute bond with ap- Lots Seven and Eight, Block Tliree of the. Huddle Heights . Addition lo Biytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Said sale will be had lo satisfy said decree in the sum of SI. 585.45, with 10 per cent interest from May day of May,, 1931, wherein Ameri- Building i; Loan Ass'n. and W. L. i crly us additional security for Ihc ' on th» llth day of July 1031 the can Bldg. & Loan Ass'n. and W. L. ~ ' - ' ...._..< ... Delony, Trustee, were Plaintiffs, No. 4864, and J. J. Gilless, ct al were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three 'nionlhs. at Ihe front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Biytheville, Arkansas, on the llth day of July, 1931, the following real estate, to-\vit: The East Twenty-five feet of Lot Three, Block One, Sunrise Addition to Biytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of 51,430.015, with 10 per cent Interest from No•ember 1, 1930. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved -security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, mid a ien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 13th day FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery, COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given thai the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba nistrlcl of Missis- j sippi County, Arkansas, on tlie 15th day of May, 1031, wherein American Bldg & Loan Asf'n. and W. L. Delony, Trustee, were Plaintiffs. No. 4921, and N. W. Trantham and Lois Trantham were Defendants, will sell al public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of thrct montlis, st the front floor of II;: Court House, between the )ionr.'> prescribed by law, in the City o'. Biytheville, Arkansas, on the llth day of .July, ,1031, Ihe following real cslatc, to-u-it: Lot Nine, Ulock Three. Ritd- dle Heighls Addition to Biythe- ville, Mississippi Counly, Arkansas. Said sale will be hart to satisfy said decree in Ihe turn of $1,440.55, wilh 10 per cent interest from April 1st, 1031. Tho purchaser at said sale will be required, to excculc bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as addition security for the payment of such purchase inomncy. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, Ihe 13th day oi June, 1931. R. L. GAINES, 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery, COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given lhat the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms o! a decree June, 1031. R. L. GAINES, 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery COMMISSIONER'S SALE Nolice Is hereby e'vcn that undersigned commissioner, In compliance with the terms of a A:c by the Chancery Court for the ItS. D'VA kH=v' MJHAT. IV,s 6OIV1S To WVITi AWI> Pop TO Go CU THIS TRIP THAT KIWSSTOU IS SIviMff ME... VZ SAID 1 COULD ASK AMYBODY I WAMTBD TO, So 1'Afi AS^WS VoU FIRST !!^ "'.J A-'f- THAWkS,FBECkLeS / BUT VJE FEEL THAT •>&! SHOOLD TAKE .E op vous UTTLE r-RienDS INSTEAD..-- Klo! VJE'LL. STAY AT HOME .'.' •• MSO, WOW TAPS . VOtiWO crxwfr, ^t\x NOO HOW \\t\WV T. MA •••- \AV-t *ii OU.VOO MV rVJiEft X.-- OR, \ sVo'bt 1 •bVOOLO VOO ment ot the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for Ih said Court, on this, the 13tli day of . 1 FlfiST I tWTTA KH3V; vWHICH I'M GO(KJ<5 TB.... \}IR1TE EA<^I Pt-AcS OM A PiECE OF PAPER ,AMD MIX 'EVv UP ItJ A HAT AW TH' OME DRA^; C'JT SM LL SANTAS! i txwr EVEJJ OFTHOSS TRIPS GOIMS To CHOOSE ,-/et... All' I HAMS TO LET MR. PBSTTV soon so HE CA!J GST THllUSS READY AVI' SET ME PAPER AW A PSHCII !rr=. MIE'-L, A't-i- RISHT.- SOWS OF "rue WDS VJOOLD Q so \JJITH ME? •sows TO co \WRITE DO-iJrJ TH' MAViES OF SOIrJS "Jb 1st, 1931. The purchaser at said sale will be required lo cxcculc bond witli approved security, to secure the pay- payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of a credit of three montlis, at the 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery. i)KA\v WASH TUIH5S A KHEE-FOR-Al,].! By Crane t tORSIS «lTOTv\t SMaGGLtRSCONFEREPrtcT UP iwe ao\ROS, AN' ^w^s MET CT A MOTOR BOM- WORK, euu PMJSOM'. STOLE ^'|N COOfO PUT Wt OW Tttt SPOT) UfeVVTS. ?1^T01. ittOT \N6 Olf «!«tKMS WK>, ft RE&U1.N9. f W5 Wft AUJ,

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