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_.-__^ PAGE CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents'fi word for iitst Iji-' ierilon cnd'oiie c«nt a-word • tor • each subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taktn for less tiitiri 50c. Count the words and send the cash, • L'honc 300 FOH SAf.K DABY CHICKS—All varieties, from proven '.flgcks. Custom -Hatching solicited. Marilyn Hatchery, Bly- UicvllU-. Ark. • 9cfc-tl NEA Service .he. OliK HOARDING HOUSE FEED VOR SALE- -Corn. hay. rats. I special price en car loads. Plione | K. Ira Crawford. ISciUf. i I FOR SALE—Clover. Timothy or Veil }!uy. Write U. L. Morrow, Oian, Ml&o'url. - ; , Ibpkl LOPLOOILOOK! GUARANTEED USED CARS ••'--•-, V.'2'i Maid T TcuriiiK. Genii • (ires. Gcud nainl inli Motcr A-l conililion Price 3150.00 1!28 Mcrtcl A Hirlm-Si C'mip? New Paint job. (land (ires :uul niotcr in yocd condition ...-. 5343.00 JC33 Model A .Phaeton, 5 Cood tires. .'-NfA 1 faint job. motor in'A-1 condition .-. $235.00 UI8 Whlppe't Ccach, New PaSnt job; motor in excellent condition, good tires $305.03 Fltcnc 611 Corner 5th and Main I'HILUL'S MOTOR CO. Authorised Foril Dealers fitii:i.N HI:MK KIIM v Jt lirnil A!Hf*1lnV ftrw -Ir-Tli l ) n l n t. m-ji r J lr • \ K I It t U fv \u;ii r. *i>c|-ui<iv at iui- - $MI!I- Hi lit UK hitiikf M hrii- nlir ii(ii U*. t/nJubl • la *• trltlnitri ii[lh » ,illKl'Irr. |<)\V. IS, uHit ...n. J»lfK. HI. Tnnj HtnuMiitr* hi- Bl(h (t* n.ijiiM iflcRvr. II. i rniin-r (.•mi.. ImmV I,!. airUInn* i".||. VMM ri| MI;. u | ,,111,1. ninn ll..,, Mill i tip iiulill-lilnt: «,.i|, r . Hr |. In Nn*. »hh Tony nticj i-:i!U "Ji her trrifurnil.?. Tnn> irJ.-» in t-niiilni'r her rnrlirr Ihnl JmKili 'tii.- |irtlr lulu a ruiii'inuiiMMn Tony 1* ftirrilna on n nirfnitun wifji :\n KC:\ ii o it r t u r it. ""•nllllj. mill itirirrEnl. .'I hu >» ri-- ii r mmrn I HH-I . ilil* U I'niiMj ror^UriL. Knlahl liiroiiirk dutturi.tu.lj LM M till iriu-tirtittnln.- Jiinlur rnmrl, Mm in 1 -nntl rn-rnri 1 K«- Ir.irrp n:|- l»ll», |,j .Iiliittil hr t:-i» ml!.Jui1 C rd hrr. A Mcr K n Cell t I,L--111% 11, rr- I'crfccily ridiculous, perfectly fnuitsti lu nurture such ho pec- Ju <!illi foil aslninoil ol licr.H'll. For wlial rlf^i htul S!IQ .to in* i Hove Hint, even tliousli .Arthur ! Knight knew where.to IIml her. h?_ I wouEtJ nsk her (o CDIUQ Iwinu? I'licrci [Idle tlmu^lit lo Tuny. Tony [nas n-ilsirh KpUiicti nn JuiHiirs ;-nn hn<t IIL-OSI itlm-lly respoiiBUile tor JM-li-nco uhU-lk mi rinuiitnt nf rc^mi : lie) lunJslmii n( & w \ yet JmUUi OM LAURA LOU BROOKMAM Hun «;^s Iteuer nnd morcrt . Eui-clv Ariliur li.-id read hor Icllor My ihls lime. What vaa lit think- In?* ll HUR singular ilini III nil ncr Juiltlli '^nve IIIK and IKI imiiniiii ut iiislltyin^ iu'rfelf could rt-:iiiivc. "IJvliiK a Me! Living it lie!" was d;e tornionuni: cliiint wlhcli s:ni^ j llsc'f hael; lisul tnllli Ilinnlirli Her | III I lid N'n liKHH-1 \vh.il she illil Flu- jruiild nut SL'cni lo esr;i[io lUnl ro Train.. •She arise nnd siuishi rellel Hi ' Twu •r.m, h. rlllF, Jii.in lu • lit- irlli Kplr irll Jn- lni'' i n- |'l' «as surli n lUlle mom! Jmhili ' innvot] lo tlic window urn! I'tcrnl 'iiiib!'Je. The cnuri was Ink) lihrfc iio^s. "U[j aliiux 1 lier » few Ms'il:-. were l winkling Hhu iniHul the shade fiirihrr dnivn and faciiil Her trim- unt i ci-ruiu-b i|u> &\\ L. Atli'r all. It u;i& nol Tony who inr.de Judith's I'Upln scrtoua. ll was ii-e iruth of the facia wliieh Tun> kutw. Till.' Mtile room nn Ihc court wn> stuffy tun) 111 iciiUlnlcd. JudllLi i'» IIP lu.ias. Al Lasl clio drifted tntci urn.!>!(•(] Hlmiilicr. \V/liKN sho awoltu iho room svni " sill) ti:nk. JudUii iillukcd liei C->PS. CliiL'L'tl lllCJL). li.Utl 0|lt'llC(! IliCILl niu'0 i:i«ro For a rriyiitcnei! tn Plant f-lie cuLitcl cM'i ri'inoMihor u'liero slic wus. Blic t;il u;>, Biartlod tirailuHlly the \ws[ day's mlvcn cures L'ainu hacU to her. l.fke a nil rlcur li\ hor miml lin^ iK'n eltiot! on tlif 1 I!<KT. JUKI ivlino ihe ln;ll Imy tiaiJ | tl,-,.sh K \VE left It. JuiJiili svi U on n clmr 01 cunrsu! The drive with Tun) — sn;i|-pcil llie Liu'rt ii[)cn anil i • ni iiei luen^cr £n[iiiLLc3. Tlio Ihc Kill's iillLiiKiimn — luialy 'jHiB BUM was slilulni; am) Iho cool, ficsh freeze otnltist imr olicckE Itinjuiu color fcUighiK Into llicin. J-i.iitij m\\»yc*\ (he clliiK the colil air. It cnun,- fnitn iho river uin! .-lie skulotl wiilhlng west- wanl. Tlio liv.lliy v,';i*i slrati^o to tier lull Eoim'ttiivto nv;ir there B-JIS lo ho a clian. cheap resliuirunt. SL)0 [*!.;nl one. c:iicrcd utul loofc •L miiall i;i!.ie in u 10 rciir 0 ( ihu "CO. Jmlith was |u?i nhciul ot : mo neon tin.c rLiuli, KODII tncn DIM) women r;iii:e liuurlng Intn the place tnd nearly way tnlilc? was tlllnl. it'll uliLul) &lic nrilcrCvl wns ft MiL^antlfil ,w:io. When ll cmue HOMO o( Ui> loo^ « larly [uladblc. JuoUli [guile r^lnl>-( u-al the Fault wllli l)ei>:rll. sin. 1 know «h<] eat lint n: ( s iu>| lummy- ll was Imrd lo t.nce licracK to swallow even » hinall [-irt of the nio;il. OnlliniLly K ho woulil luivo IKTCII intcrcMcit hi tho crowil ntmui hor. She was uoc liiiuoslnL In them tn- n^— l In? :ioie lo Avlliur— ealchlnu Ilio iraln — Ihls lioicl. ?*ij FOR SAIjB—40 acres, just "i of narncltl pavc:l highway: all in! cultivation. Three small houses and, barn. Will let BO at $2,650.00 if sold before Monday next. Will close lease for it on thai date. Wonderful bargain. Thomas Land Co., 20ck21 FOR S.1I;F—•! good work mules, also hay, two miles north of Armor?!. J. R. Dobbs & Sons or A. Coinvay, Blythevflle. 20pkTi FOR RENT—OP.C or two furnished rcoms, close in. Apply Jinnnlc Lcdhctter, Triangle Store. "Iclf. FOR REST—Nice sieam licatel bedroom adjoining bath for gentleman. COS ">Vcst Main street. Fhauc G43 or 26. t 14ck-t[ FOB RENT—Furnished apar'wnl. 305 Doucan. . . ' 15ck22 LAND FOU KENT We Imp abr.ut five lumrtred nt-rcs of tjcccl cotton and corn land to rent to partis who have their own teams . •arirt rii<n:i nl,rti tlir iclriilintir- rln^i Mm r;i> ri^ IVITM rni-: KTDIII CIlAPrKK Xl.lll . r | 1 IIK hrll ran ft a srrin:i) time. SiiUliYfl. JuiHili si^rcrl at ttn- (clcphinitf nrn! hi-sltalcil. Then ? p'rkcil ijp ilic l!:sinnncnt. Wli the wnrld t'tmttl lio calling "Hi-liny Ehc snltj In a low voice "l-ojig (ILxtJjarc." canie the crlst voice of ihe oiicralnr. "Will you hold the wife plcascV" Jurliifi Ku-ayeil. All at nnre ll Rcemcil tier hreath cau^hi hi tit; threat. For an oicmlly she wallrd. Then there wore imzzlnHS on Ihr wire, ytie con hi hear ihe rntiHkcj tones of n[«erniois itinklng ctniufc tiotia. Sinlilonly clearly above the rest a sojuano vnire cm in. "There's your parly. Keenly. ID M Mt(ll.nnn]X)l!a— ?" Judith cltoketV "Opcraior. ulio Is Ihls call for?' "IndiauapoUs calling It. .1. Wagner. Isn't Mr. Wagner waitinq?" the girl ni ibo snitchboaril oskcd Itn|>aticni!y. "There's sotne mistake! There's —there's -'no Mr. Wagner here.'' l»hircil nn Uic ilrcsfllnu laljlu. llicrc \vt-rc nn (rorkj to -he hiiny nway I ^iUe liLld ;ojiun^s nitU a silk roite ilio hed. The iturl; nicliiJ IHU lllur nni | 0[l|y f;UO favM t ,^. w |, e|1 site sliutilil sec him a^a \Vns ll niflvnln^'/ Jii'JItli lubhet) So here she was anil her exile \ wus not n dream, ll uua liii^lcally p [ln:e. S!ic was ^eimraicd ft«nn Ar i -he L ' i the imx In tn il0 ln kyy which oy which had hcoji OILO ot Ihe things Ji:ilith hail stowed in [lie hag c.iught her eye. Sho llflcil II out. JudUh sal on. the bed. and held her "lap. She" turned a j]o:ic<l lite lurk, pushed .ho lid hack nnd lifted oul a ulle of ell era. There ^as ^omctiilng else Inside :hc tiox. Sho fuintilcd under n col lection of papers unlll Ehe found It. I'lie object was a small old-fush' ioncd gold lockei and attached 10 it was a chain. The locket was oval tn Ghnpe. heavily engraved, and made In iwu pans. Judith pressed her thumb mil ngalnsl a liny gold Itnoh. The locket nnc'iicij. A miniature pbolograph v.'tis revealed on either side. One wns a i^ man. thmigh the pholoijniph nndoubiedly had been ninde years IRO. The other showed a small hoy, ivith dark curling hair and attractive features. "Father!" Judith moaned. "Oh. Jiiilltii iliur wiirt wtimivrlni; It Ar- had icineinhercd to faltier- Sho buiici! iicr head In the pillows anil lay llieru. shoulders shaking wilb snbs. (Iradiially she grew riuleter. ll was 10 minutes before Rir He tn | )bill Lhf. Co. KENNE'IT. MO. l 20ck28 FOR RENT—5 room . house and balh. Good neighborhood. Phone 412-W cr 544. 18pk21 FOR RENT F ve ivcm niotirrn house with bath, g.iraer- on Kor[]i Tenth .sli'ce 1 .. Phcne 2GO or oil. at 916 Holly i!rcet 18i*21 picase? - •Tliis Is ftooni 419." . For a moment There was no. Bound. Then: "Sorry, madam. The call is for Room 1-110. Excuse it. iilease." \Yiih a limp si^h Jmlith set down . the telephone. Oh, what a shock that hail been! She nut one hand to her head and bruslicil Her hair bacft iviih a nervous little gesture \vliicll she had acquired recently. Her hcait was' - still uumpins too fast- Of course ^ slio had hoiicd the call \vas front Arthur. t'KKSONA!. raised hor bead, drieil her eyes am .bosan lo pack Iho letters away ' When &ho came ly ihe locket- sin held It in her hand am! touched ! lovingly. Then she flipped it alwi her throat a'ml fasleiicd tho clasp U was nearly seven n'clocl: b;i Jmlilfi lind forsolleii^about dinner Since there seemed n'othiiiE else do li!:e removed lier frock, hung i au-ay anil mado preparations fo tlie night. Fifteen minutes hlcr slie bai turned out (lie light and climiici into Ueil. She still wore the locket JuOiltl stared wil]i eyes v;3d open al (lie black- ceiling. Tho hcd was sliff afjd uiu-oin.'ort.ibhT so tlif- fercnt from [lie downy one lo which sho was accustomed. She slirrtd uneasily, found her original posi- her eyes mid wondered. Sho fell a; lliou£h she Mail slept a long whllo itt she was still tiroil ami -neucled u the bed covers, loath to mure. At latt she &at up :ihd inn one opt out on ilio cold lloor. Shu wont o tho window and raised tlie shade. The hands of hor watch pointed o 11:30 o'clock. Yea. tho lllllc watch was ticking. t really must he that late. Judith felt that she must hurry n set ill Gate J. At home since Ar- liur's Illness Eho had Blljipcil Into ho lazy habit 'of sleeping uulll si:io. Hut 11:30—! , lint v.-Liter, llicu cold water laElicd In the howl. Quickly Jn- llth iiullnt on undergarments. stockings ami pumps. She conilicd mil lirnshed her hair and dusted icr lace with powder, thistly she slid tho Jersey frock over her head anil fastened iho lliilo old-fashioned lockei aliout her neck. Was theie tlio slightest trace ot defiance In Her face na she did this: Judith's head ached drearily. It occurred (o lier Ehls might he llie result of lumper. Tlien ."lie remembered <0:c ha'd no dinner the cv& ning before. When she had clipped on hat and cuaL an'd |d<-l:t:d u[i lier purse, she .sibjincil'. tn mnt;c a surrey of tho room. Slie stepped liack and raise*] ilic uiiiduw to \ti full beisht. Then she v.ent out of tlic room and locked Uio door. She noted on the way to the ele- valor that daylight did nnt linprnve tho appearance nT tlic hotel. Corridors were dark and the pafnt cracked. A wheezy rattle Indicated that lake his ir.cillclno. (lad lie iiikin It wilh Ilio rlshl nninunt of vvntcr BO us lo K-iiime MIC Idller lasto? Win n she Jinil linlshed. judllli milled iirr com collar closer. Tho ivlnd. as tlie lunicil and retraced her slc|i«. rdt colder. She wallicd as (ar ns llroadway and then heal- laled. She did nol waul lo return lo Ilio ilieary hfiicl rnc-ni. The louu attcr- noon Etreirhed out endlessly In lirospccl. What could she do to pass the time? There are such hundreds of Inrlt- Ing relrcals for Ihoso vvlio have leisure In .Maiiliaiiati! Judith Vnciv sonic ot llicin. Scldiun hefoie had an afternoon In llie city hunt; heavy on her liand-i. Slie loved Iho crowds. Ilio iho lliealcra, She BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Martin' SEZ HABE! iho elevator was rising. Judith stepped inslfle. sail! "good tncfciing" to Use g^ay-liaircil man wiio^ot.cr- atcd ilio car end rr-ile to [be ground Moor. There she left ber key nt tlic debk and ivcnt oul on the street. ilcllgklnl at trips Into unc-.xi.loicil foreiKii nuiicKTS. None of Ilicso pastlinea niipealcil lodny. At Inst she decided tn visit Iho Uattery. and walked utilll she round a subway station. Sho' boarded ilio Ulad tn llnil U was not crowded. Tho Joining, roailns trip did nol Irrllato her as It had liic nl^hl hei'orc. When Jmlilh came out Into tho daylight ngiiln :i £iist ot wind caught her coat cuid sent her b[-ln- nln^ nhonl. Tiic suiill^hi dancing unon the water was glin toua even lo one whose mood was as dark as Judith's. She stood slarlni; off Into llnj uoltlen haze from which cr.ift ot a dozen varletic:! emerged, filling •her lunss with tlie i;ond air. blirlll, Ei:orliiiE l"S lin.iia wheeled ahout. l-'erried whlslkd. The har- hof was a tiKiving, chaa^in^ mass of co lor "and life. Against Iho chill, drivlni; wind Judftli jr.ado iicr way to a l>eucli and sat down. 'I'liere were men and women . ahciut ;.anlrnl,irly inen— hut no one sceiacu to i-j'U'c 1 iho girl. Most o[ ihu othufi V,ad ihclr eyes on tho harbor, loo. The water seemed to fascinate them. Tiic walcr fascinated Judilli, loo. She slarcil at U, sHndiiond involuntarily, 'i'lio water looked d.irk und cold. How easy It would t:c—! TOR RFNT—Two rooms fnrnlshc:! ., f^v Ii7ht liou'ckccpini;. G2y Wai-'' nut, pliouc 521. Mrs.'S. P. Cavcn-:^ dev. W. J. K!-:OX repairs shoes goixL No. 2M West Main. /\'r?7(! Yori\ Crft.tflii NEW YORK, Feb. 20. (UP)-Cotton futures closed bni'^ly steady at HARXING oni>i;it Cl'.ancfi'y Cr-urt. Cirickabawba Dis- (rict, Mi::.-iF.=:;i;ii CoiiiUy. Arkansas. K. Myrick Williams. Plaintiff Vi Ko. 46 B7 Ssllicr Williams. Dsf;-:u!a::t. The ilefenilant. Estiior William;, warnerl lo a;ipear within thirty days in 111? court named in the cap-' t'rn hereof ar.d answer the com- , Irinsiii of the plaint!!! R. Myrick H is my opinion thai no ,i a . revision will snii i:i- of Mlss:ss:j>pi t-;.-iin;y iin- • Ml some expert dcvis-r:; a plan lo ! v.iricn the sua'.'L 1 be'vrLHi C'lirisa- ~., j*. ^..,._, *,m... inns and tax-jiiiyinij lime. Just a^ Ry Harvey Morris. D. 0. -| I begin to dig out of my jiilj of Ivy W. Craw-lord. At'.y ac! Litera i Christinas bills I set a no'.it-e irom Kiai:ck C. Douglas, Atty lor I'ltf. i tlie tax-collecUir to come acres; Jan. 30; Feb. C-lj-m| with the first half of my taxes. Dnicd .Ian. 24, 1930. W. W. HOt.UPETEE, Clerk. -' Mar FOR UENT—Nice comforlablc hert- May Jlily Ocl. Dec rccm to n\cn or couple. -Mrs. N Ian. 310 Wc=l Walnut street. 19ck24 _,__._ .._ ._ .. ."" I Spots closed quiet and FOR- RENT--MV cc.untry hrme out! ed. middling 15«. Fnst. wonderful, nci^iiuoi-hood.| prct'.y lerranod Inj:. gf.rase for 5; riir.r. 1! fnrviinl rootos. The icsiilciice j has 4 bcrtrpDs; '"ice. bath,. fswcr.!_^. lights, water' and ch'.cken house j and-yavd. yardeH-5})acc.- A.woud-j rjiful iilace: Hen!-$35.00 month. J.! Nick Thomas, Tel. 527. "OckLU • •""• FOR SALK—Thrc^ Jersey cows, two . frefh. nllier will be in-about 10 d.iys. O. D. Oiimcs. Box 871.'20cM2 LOST— 1 black liorse inii>. hrown uprc. ahoul 1C liani^ Inch. C years' old. wearhip leathi-r haller. N'e,tlfy H. c Brown. Hermandale. Mo.-'l(F,\VARU. LOST— tJiir- Irish roller mr.!r. i"': One Lr-.vellon Krttor female white wilh Icmen ear.:. If fniind notify W..W. Shaver n:i;l rcccivs reward. , ' . 10ck22. Mar ... May ... July ... Oct: ... OHLEANS. Feb. 20. IUPI u res closed ileaciy at advanc-' paints. Open Hish Low 15§3 1C65 1501 1521 1S28 1550 1548 1573 1507 1534 1583 -1600 Dee. . Spots closed steady al an advance o' 3 points, niMdling '1512. WERT He i\Fakes 'Em Sec ,Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing tn Income, Tax. Bookkeeping Systems, 1'lionc 52 Ingram Bldg. Dlytheville, Ark. SHOCKING NEWS j'l-WC \ STILL Trii AHD BSCWHCjCLi Cd.Cl.CI. \ til? VJ-H.L.VU JUST LCI F . \ HOPE I VOU 1U Ct< h FEVJ YQU'TlC OVER YQUr> \ Or MV O'Htl. !'>(£ PCt'/lSH SPELL,CC'-O'.ICl. j VC'N NWAtS QU MY HOWS ^MOlMOHV J TEI-tPHC!i;EU^.T l HDVJ TO POT q.l. OH t vou BE:^T ? YOU CM-IE Ovyt C» GOT USTLM , GUMN. VJHEH VOU vinn vouv? O'^IN UPS IHt-J W'V-C HM) -Et) 1T.BUT ^00 KNEW itu. ^ < ; i co HO-H iriM SHE LOST EVCSV WC«EL IH1HE ?>tOCK«MWET XOO OUGHT tO TBVGUT t«KT .'. : SE ftCI 's-iijr? IN THE tWlK , CWNU.VH QOlMli- TOUWJ5 1 CltloC 15D3 1CTG MDo 1521 1521 Ki45 15S-1 1533 KKi:CKLKS AND HIS FRIENDS OSCAR HAS COMI'K'I'ITION! COS IK Ori\N OTHSR. DOSS W "THAT I kWOvl Op FRECKLES' DOS AW A AtV&V Read Courier News Want Ads. Jags-' ! LOST—A fountain pen by a young man full o; ink. Return lo Courier oil ice. IF ?.'HEHE'S ANYTHING THAT WILt, MAKE A WOMAN FIGHTING MAD. ITS A LEAKY ROOP. We fix 'cm. E. G. Robinson Lumber Co.

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