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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY is, 1930 _HMTUKVIU,R. (AUK.) iCOURIKK-NNWS CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents, a wcrd tat first Insertion nnd one cent a \vord for each subsequtnt insertion. No advertisement taken for less than 50c. Count the words and send the cash. I'hone 306 SAI.K BABY CHICKS—All vuletlcs, from ornven (locks. Custom Hatching solicited. Marilyn Hafcliery, nly- thevlllf, Ark. Ock-lf FEED rOrt SALE—corn, Stay, cats, special price en car loads. Hlionc 65. Ira Crawford. _ I3ck», I'OR SALE—Clover, Timothy or I'ca liny. Write K. L. ' Morrow, Oran, Missouri. 15pkl IN GOOD USED MORE BARGAINS 1930 & NBA Service Inc. JM LAURA LOU BPOOKMAN IIKIII* HI:«K IUIIAK .'.litre is uounuul iiiiUdruly ruJivpviul ihe rafllo. i:vcn vu iliu mem [iisfwa's 10 i» n.rpcntcnj do 001 UITH r.tnpHi>.v Km »«rk slopped backward ua-\ elmvlilei) 'nt JiulUli's dlriniieeiutiro Tony i)<cii oilst, If* Iml iili — '• , „ r I I !•• A II Til I II KUli- Jl'.MIItl. I dh» ii> a . rank.-. lit Ikf itbrrr khi n itldimrr I'OM. IK. nnd Bun I. l'<m> rirN.iMiirr* Jii. .016 iJtKUrr. llrl falfcrl "HU ur.lrli'iiiirj Her fallier's nrin cnujlH lit.- lu • lllll:IIVCly. . "Wliy. Tony!" he n.ilil lu sur :irlso "You tmvon't ipy com Vou'rc blilverlnR Vou DUiln'l u? nut hero Ilkn lli!j! Vou'll lako lul<l Ku (CI:|T nit foi ono iii'i Knipl.i iu Jorc.n lauj;iilr.<. T! e i K 1027 Model Chrysler SO Ko;d- ster. Nciv paint, pooil t : rfv. motor in good ? shape : 10Z8 Moilcl A Tittfor, 'driven only 12.000 milts;- has Bcoil rubber, 'motor in sooil condition; a real buy fcr 102G Kuk-k Itonilitcr; -motor in gnod condition;, good. . rubber "..... 1837 .•Model Chrysler 50 Coupe. T\"c\v paint job, motor in - excellent condition V'mrf.. gctKl rubber all arpiind.-.. .$385 ,5183 .5225 Authorized Ford Ufikrs PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. VHOSE 811 FOR SALE OR RENT-4Q acres two and one-half miles north o Blytlieville. 550.00 per "acre. Term direct Iran owner. A.'Mixer, Sr Clayton, 'Illinois. -; .. I7pk2 FOR SALE-Tne . Buck Eye 121 etE incuunior. Plionc- '-'1504P11 Mrs. J. H. SniotlicrmaH. . !7pk2 FQR SALE—Some excellent! bnr • gains in used typewriters.'. Ii fine working condilion.-v.CalI. atx see tiicm. BlythcvlUc. '. 'Oflic Equipment Co., 210 .West. Mav Street. ' • : - - .nck2< FOR SALE- Cash Registers, Add Ins Machines. Typewriters an Filinif Equipment. Pricas as' chea as out of toivn dealers, 'i I^ot. u qiijtc you prices., BljtteUk ..Ql flee Equipment Co., ai' Strcr-t. i > i FOR FOR RENT—One or two, furnislie rooms, close in. Apply Jimm Ledbetter, Triangle Store. 1 . : 4ct FOR RENT—Nice steam, heatc bedroom adjoining batlv'for gentleman, KB West Maijr street. -Phono <H2 or 26. -. -"l4ck-ti ag innti uhi n.-ix uldrd. lulir* a IJD»|- linn tihh Ihr f.iil.llhhlMe h»M»r It* !• In li.vr ttllli Tnri> mid rail* I'linilurr tlVr fnthrr thai Jodllh I'litl Amlj iirr rnrolnic nn mi nl> I'riJr Mu- irlrl.* Ihr inlr Inln n "linn I- i-irrr>liii:. nn n Hirmili.n "lib nntvi-:v w o n T i M K u. •»fii!llu .nn,I ...nrrl.-d. TllC glllr li'i tri-kl. ii<r rjuhcr luinr innllj Ihr ulrl n-.f nvu»i> lu>tii »r!i uniiill- ilsril hi-r ort- nrrr -,1 drlili.i; I'u rl n\rt lb (4 rnrKl»r lit. Junior vurn ,iiit. nnd lirUrr In JurilCb hr h i\ Nl^lir* rrru|irr >i -IDvlllli l» it-fir i- i.rrN! Spitv t'.CCl dl Hi-' trai^lte (.'veiling ig]l|i[!L'r had c.iu^bi ]u ULC lurl. anil svront'lioU licr nnklo. She. rencheii ilown to rub [lie Injured ]ulnt. Thn mlnulc lici lingers [miclu'i] It she mninicd. : "Ooh!" ' KnlfiM pin His arm nbout licr "Did yon burt yoursult?" no :iskc,l. : "My ankle— null. II hurts!" "Uure. lukc bold ol my shnuliler llo yiui Ililnk you cau walk ilki- "I ->lie oil tl . . . oi<,.-k :;i«>Tony l tout! IHK',-n:nco Tony i)<cti exist, lit Im) n( r.'.icudra. n;id UrlmJy Arlhnr Krljfit c'.i>,ed tile io •'.'./, i!it Iliov. jer'i-i'lo s'v ouf rlj;'.;o Mi't'i'Tuuld it. Si,c,n fiho ivns ] n»t . ti, il|>.-,i!vv.>U ;.j t.isli. lip tisir I r*t | fohh.' to «cut up me) not «, R ay . > and lefi - n lrl|i I niri-t n jn .! lhri-nu lii lUt- fllj find ini; malt. Nrni » In 1*11 fcrr rkk Jndllh t«IU l-ckn. llrllrtlnu ililllli i]i|inrt». r>r ^rlllllr. liul - lit *!• rh Hndit It. "I fcrn. ni:rf 4ar .ilnd- lit Itnlcbl ru«fcrM Irvki itir hnasr. .VOW I.I) «* WITH THE 510111 CHAI!TBH Xt.l VIIE fro'ut.-door 'closed ivtlh i . Fo; •-'i: Ihstanl Tony -iiarcil. Then. Ii:i[iul3lvely.' aa P|IC. •'.lit eyorythliiB-.' s'.ie ftunK U oiien iiin! rjtn OUL ol [lie bouse. "l''jtber!" i-iie cried. "FATHBIS!" Tlie ilark linnre halt way dnwn ibe n-alh did not hesUnto but stroiin ftiivvaril. Tony rusbcd after tlni. "Kallicr - wall!" Tl-.ore wns n niuoii in liic sky bni Ho ll^hl wns deccnIU'c. rho slilni nieriiis, silver rays suEKeatei) u'arnub nml Tra^rani breezes. In sleail/ibe nlsbl wind uas cblll and i » SIUIIR Tony's bare ahnuldcrs. Ttif "liifftin flraperles of ber shirt swcpi :jar'ri\vani. pinlining her figure Tony sjicd on. "Wticre are you going!" Blic ^•ai-pc-.l. she. v.'33 alireast of Arilnir K;.l£l:t r.nw and had cancbt bis •i.-ai.- Knij-lit flowed bis race. "I'm — going; for a walk," be told '• Mr./' ..'.;. !t'8 laic!" And— j-nu shouldn't CI.OWI.Y. wiili rouy's arm alioul. her Sillier'* ucck titul tils about' her walsi. the couple made ilielr iv:iy up tlio walk. Tbc front hall ilnnr ivas till) ^landing ouen and lie ycllcnv llglit from the hallway Uimlcd the steps uud ;mrt ol llie- .valk. The i$trl liui[je<I ag thousli 'cierjr jr.uvomerii caused her pain Wut-n |ihcy littd reached ihe sicus Ariliur j Knlglu [uni?rd. picked up blF j daughter iis Munich she ivere a ctillil and carried her lino Ihe hnuse lie was tjrc.illittifi Heavily wlieo it> set lier ilowii lu a big chair In lite living ruoui. Tlieti lio clci:rd Ilic ball dour, threw aside his nuil and tiat and wcut to linil Mrs. Wlicelcr. A moment later and he was back,- :HIU. ij.u 1 him M i-or .\rth-iV KiileM went ilowu tlu- iiiiH tu'vrird his mui room. j l-'lClicu mliuucs taicr ilicro v.a> a la]i|i[ni; uii ibe iloor. KnlElil liiol:c:l toivanl It. llo (olilc'l Uic Inier illio ono Juultli hml Ictti wliich ho had been ro.vl Ini; ntiU i-!:iccd u lu ihe ixu.-V.ci ul j hie coal. |lu iilil nut know how Km;' ho lint) been slnrlng at ttmi page Tlie mnn ivus ilrcsBed lust aa he li:ni hrcii when ho entered llio room. "Vos." lu culled. "Who 13 It?" The door t,pc:ie;l nu Indi. \ "Il'n me." Ton)' lotd him. "Can ! ' Ciime In?" , "Certainly." I'lic tlrl ci.icrcd She was wear- In:; a uliiniinorlui; ue^llt-cf? ot pink stuff ami looktuK very c'niMUke. Mor c.vpressloti was sweclly BerlotiB. "Uaddr," Tour "Id softly us she crusseil tlie nxjiti nnn put bolti arms attuiil tier miher'a ncch. "1 Just watilcil 10 Itll you lliat —I'm aony iboul .ludlth Rolnn ,i\va.v. I fcimw you fed bady and 1 do too—bo- •:ause you do. Hut. Tlnddy, ynu '(now I'll never leave you! I'm «irry--!ilie did It." llo .patted her shoulder but did uot answer. "Maybe," continued the £lrl art- Tim 01 man a hc.iri. wlilsrer halt uilerciK Ves. Elu had loM Her. "Sui.irt hnil haiun-niMll" ll-ii:oan[. uf co' that she cvoilld mil OOIL'O ^ :ibe «[i3 (ryliiB to make tl:v c-.isicr (or him. "A shun ;lr.u," b!ic silil. A short ilnic! Oh. ilod — llo r'-nll.'cd ihiil he bad IH'OI slni inj ul ibu laiilo iitMnai lliu v,iili Coi i lout; '.'.Inlc Tberc w:in a Inuip on It. nml several books. Th was .cue wiiu-li Jmtlth mil Iwur.M N'eail> cveiyililue In iho ruoin wflh • now. Slio bail |iurclnni>d nil ;»hcii i!ic bouse bad been rcdcco lalcd. He could bear ber voice ynd ' ber excited liuiyliicr tbn i!-i>- tl.t liail lir.iusin h| ul uc<;iiiir<i lo te« Ibe nt-vi ni.iiti. I bcu iliere hail ucen other iliys— Wearily Kalchl draK^eil lilniiolt t.i his feet, lie 11:1131 stou nils, ot Ciunse lie was very ilrcd. \Vlmt fiiod wuiihl Ihlntlnt; abnul it all 'do? Slowly ha walked ucross Ilic riom. lunn'il the knob of the dooi t:adliiB lo J \iilll h'» rnmn nml oiioncil it lie lunicd an elenrlc s.vltcb ami iiiotni nboni him. Afi«i that lie tsml liacl; lo bis mvn rei'in. : lindii'tstd and i;ul lulu bed. j oyt-, tomsbx back- to I-'O!£ KENT— Furnished. apartment, 305 Dougan. •', A'---- -16ck22 FOR nath. Gccti n 412-W cr 5M. • FOP, RENT— F:\-C' hoiiEO v:ith bath,, garage -^ "oil ' North Tenth street. Phono 280 '• or tall at 316 Holly street.; . 18pls21 : WANTED -Cotton renter. .No overflow. Box 12, PaEUS,.Mo."'7plcl9. WANTED—Good clean' rags; rrnist he free of buttons. Highest prices. Acton Printing Co. 17ck20 TRADE FOR TRADE—Ford 1826 Coupe and Furniture for larger car. Call at 212 Franklin. 17pKO ~ r TOST -bis he*!;- -V 'i .. ."Go ..buck.' I'll ;-"xwh'v-uftcr c while." ' - .- '. Tory ?;[!! Lln'ng to his arm. - "Not ivii'iout you, 1 ' slie Ealtl.-"H's 'on'.il. Katlicr! Tliis night air »-llt r.'-Ve you sicli agnin. You shouldn't 'nave come out In. it." fl-r father was lookinB at her I'.jul yo'i 1'ony Knight fett as thoiigii lio.fiid not really.see ber. .Slie hat ; never seen him with such an ex - rressto 1 ]. [t-terrlftert tlie filrl. - - "(Jo lirrci; In the house. Tony." ne- . sMd., "I'll come later." , .".No! I won't lei you st«j oc .••h.re!" ' •'. •- "'J.v-w long they nU^bt haTe stayt fully, "fijie'll conio back a^alu! 11 \ "Hua alunK. Tony." Xulglit Bali) V ATIlltVN lasklly. "\Ve'll nee how thlnr.3 lx Knleli.t < i\orlt out." sun ruoui. U was ihe ufteriiuori ol Tony raised on llp-loe. klsfed Her the IIrM day alter .liulitli'i anil dts- lure. The ircrcuiry had arrived ot the nnuic 0:1 lime fnr her niter Alone, Arthur Knlglit drew Hie noon's ilullcs but already she ^ai cttrr from hts pocket and read It overdue. Apparpuily she had for over once more for the hundrcdlB lime. Thai first seulcuce held hit altcuitou:- ".Suincililrig hnfl happened which ;s lahliiB HIP away for a short time." What-nail taken tier away! Anil ivhai did elic mean by a "shorl tlrrio 11 .? Was It n day. three days. "Not now! 1 ' Insisted Tony. "Can^t -usvcck? AliL-mly. to Kulghfa reason you ilx ii herc7" • ; ' ilhB, Judil-i had been gone, a long It did uol suit Mrs.- WUeeter a ' wliilii. H \vas about four hours ense of Ihe Illness ut things to .iince ho hud known of her dlaup- •rlne lu a tub -of' hot water mm-uearance hut sho must have left the something lu inlud. . I'll iry—" ho elegant living rootu of the "muse much earlier. Hours earlier; Ten mfnnles later she sal -.TL'finHy \Uicn—and wliy? notebook and peticll poised. In the That n?.s the tils doubt, of course,' nildsj ot a leller Arihnr. wick ol nil ihe others. Why; ' volci^iJroueil luto silence It ciune aver Arthur Knlclit then with BtjSi.1llny einpliasls bow liute followed by Hie housekeeper. "She hurt her ankle," ho waa s.iy- ni}; over hl3 shoulder. "Heller get hoi water—bind it up —uaybij you'd father, said £ood heller call Sliephard." • tpuoared. Oenlly Mrs. Vlieclcr reinnvtii IU silk Clipper and rolled (fown'lt^e cobwehby hose. "Ooh—it burls!" Tony exclaimed. Tho houseviueiier examined ; iba ankle. . "Hm!" she said. "You've turned U." Looking up toward i\rihnr KnlRhl. she added. "Thln'j we can her upstairs?" TUI'I'KIt nnd Tonj iverc logether In ilu- Kolteu thai Kiil^lil wag walilus his desk. Tony was siicakiue: "Hill she's NOT coming she , saiil with . ilclcrnilnatlnn "Tbal's where you'v^ ^oi 10 liclp :J:Q. Don't you see? 11 Miss Tuppcr's eyes lighted wliti u sluowj. unpleasant siullo. She nndded her head. "1 Ililnk Ihere may oe a way." slie said slowly. "Yes—1 have, elegant living rootu <ui£lit.hnmo ami soak and I in Injured ankle iliero. Nevyrihe- ess it' was'.iloue. Hul^iii stood by, wati;liinB the pifoccrtnr'ejrnihcc help-' "~' "' '' * ' " nnd housekeeper liron'buhcca ihot lie, re^ly'Uhew ot Ills youna wife. alrnTjp jjlrpp It did noi'oeed the atle'ntlo'o ot a ; In IhoS'e lirst nlorlous days of court- i'n<I" ' physician. . - 'ship r.i.ii iiuncynioon nothing bad When sho liad lihlsh'ed wrapping jmaUcinl. There r.ad lujcn onl; IB% up the foot and placed a ;i; and Miss 'i'it]i|:cr looked np, "But — I thoiiRhl — diilu'1 you Know?" sho slammercil. "Mr. conveniently, .\Irs. Wheelpr with ^hannliis crcalure was willing lo j Urals's lefl?" drew, carrying tun. arid towels. I IM his. ' I "Craig-left wlreicT' Tlie Birl smiled at ber father. Then had conic the dimculllcs ot I Tll ° crafly lltht Hashed "It's gnlng to be all rfRlit ROT. I j readjustment lu his homo and In ] J "s_3 Tuppcr'a face. / think." she said. "Guess I woii'i -•-•-• do any dancing lonlS'it!" "Were you planning to go out?" the office, llio children's hostility | "1 supposed you'd heard, Mr. and prejudices to overcome, uuel- j Knight." R|IC hurried on. ".Mr ecied burdens In business. i lefi'Jho ofCco yeEtcrilay afternoon no "Ob. ao! I'd much rather stay" Ouce, he recalled now. Judith nan -<"" 111 nobody knows where lie's gone, here with you. I wonder what's on Iried'u) lell him something—suine- l>l " a(rail] there's been l.ilk nmonr. the. air loniglil! what you can get? 1 VVou'i you sc» ! Ihiug about her ttte before they had tnet. Ho could not recall even one Her father turned obediently to Iword ot It now. llo had told her ibe llio employes," Blio.nddtd calif. . • • , (To I!a ConUnpeil) W.'J./KKOX repairs shoes rjood, NO. 204; west Main. j WEDNESDAY- SPECIA!^- O n Miss Cora Lee Colcman. cou n ly . Washed 50c . Dixie Sen-ice Sta- ! home demonstration agent, spon- tiori.">'phbns 315 Ash and Broad- 'sored the reorganization of several way. - . I8ckl9.; boys and girls 4-H clubs and gave New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Feb. IS. (UP) — OJXMI High Low Close i bread making demonstrations to several groups last week. Trie clubs at Red Line. West Ridge. Kelscv and Whitton. all -|n Kfar. ... Mty ... July ... Oct. ... Dec. ... 1510 1538 1553 157S 1501 1530 1558 1579 1599 1G03 1505 1530 1S30 ' 15S7 1553 .1577 1570 153d 1592 1603 LOST— Reward Ottered for return of ulack stiitcasc containing rl^ihitij;. between S'ubtown and Stce-lc. Notify N. D. UePrlesl. Hol- laiid. Mo. " 12uklO LOST—1 black lioroi 1 tnulo. brown ncse. aixmt 16 liar.Us liiBh. Ii vravr. o!{i. wearing Ir-alher halier. Notifv II. C. Brown. Hermnndale. JlO. REWAHD. 13i)k2G PWMSONM. REPAIBIMO—Wily Spr.ts closed steady at 1529, unchanged. the southern part of Ihe county.. Tilt Aeronautics Branch of. l!:i were reorganized nnd the Women's I U. S. Department ' of Commcrci Home Dcimm&lrallon clubs at New i now has approximately Ti5 medl cal examiners located liiroug'nou (he United States whose duty It I to examine pilots ant! sUiden pilots ns to their physical anil men tal fitness for flyinu. Libcrty, Lrachville and Dangherly were visited. Besides showing the women Iiow lo make yeast bread, the arrangement of the score card was explained. Head'Courier Ncvs Want Ads. MOM'N POP New Yorjc Cotton NEW YORK. Feb. 18. (UPl—CM- tci>. futures closc.'l very .steady. Opr-n High Low Close Mar 1558 1554 1531 1552 May .... 1563 1581 1557 1578 July .... ISa 1 * 15OT 1575 1598 Or! 1501 1618 1533 IG1G L)CC 1620 1630 1G11 1633 Jan 1617 1G38 10H 1037 Sp:(s closed steady anil unchanged at 1SG5. let a !ravel-T clcr.n vnur tv^c- vrilcr nr adding nwchitics wlicnj T , ]C .., Mupitlcn liiiiif; in P'.aram~cil v:nrk can he secured , |lc ^^ C rm hc-LT at l:omc. Nest time , w|| , ,„„„, > S^rt-^^^ 11 ^^*^,-! " l an >"^ ms will 6n llir vork riEhl. BLYTHK-i J __ 5 _''l_ r :;l cn : VILLE OFFICE EQUIPMENT i -COMPANY. 210 W. Main Street.; 17ck20, WERT Ho Makes 'Em Sec Royal C. Mills Public Accountant ;tnd Auditor Spwialbliie tn Income Tax. Bookkeeping Systems, r'.ionc. 52 Ingram BWg. Biyllieville, Ark. Jags— I'llONE 1 0 0 "Do you Irelicvc iu clubs for \vcincn." "Yes, if kincincfs fails." NEWLY - WEDS SHOULD "BUILD AND COO." E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. AH- COLOt-itll, COtiGROTUlMlOUS 1 . \OU •iUREl PUT FfVJT OMt OVEO ONU5 SUPPED BY A.UN1 W4D COLOUtL BOWOV GOT HITCHF-D. MOT (XVIORD iE TO TV1C FROM TUt NLVJUYVJEDS THEN— S KRKCKl.KS AM> HIS FRlKNOR £LL-1 TCX.O ALV. TUC i CCG AN: 1 BtTCHi. TUV5 >6 Cf -BOARDING HOUSE -frJev aer-fW' to BEAT-rH' TRurr-TLV, L AS« I AM U10RKIAJ6 , IF i To roEY MoiJev VoR-Trf •FftilVY-n.V. PROBLEM, VOrUcT fj> PO 2 I'P LW16R OU, ) t, -THIS, 50 rr U AS-Trl&{ Au.-rH' v FRiii-r i-r trleKi'irierp KIC v/eR.'-VJn'rt -Tejki MlUUOki "fa WIPE HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ' . i IT-WAS, .TOO! 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