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of to all re into down roundness He to rich from but mind be the in it 3 OCTOBER 13, 1929 NASHVILLE BANNER, NASHVILLE, TENN. ELEVEN 27 Rentals 37-B Unfurnished Apartments Hillsboro Court One 3 room and one 5 room apartment, furnished or unfurmished; opposite Peabody Campus; large shady courts; free electrical refrigeration. PRITCHET co. 718 Stahlman Bldg. LEONHARD apartment, 148 Louise Ave.

4-room etficiency, electric range, frigidaire, garage, Janitor service. 163. 7-1343-W. 3-ROOM modern apartment, lat door, private entrance. 1-1017-J.

BELMONT- Upper duplex apartment, 3 rooma, breakfast room, bath, prie vate entrances; heat, water, gas range, garage. 1-1439-W. WOODLAND. 1408 Lower rooms, kitchenette modern except furnace Garage. 3-2088-W.

APARTMENTS ALL SECTIONS We are the largest apartment rental agenta in the city. Call us, we assist you in locating desirable apartment. G. W. ALLEN CO.

4-8149 208 Union St. (Apartment Rentals Our Specialty) 124 30TH S. CHOICE newly papered 4-room furnished or unfurnished apartment on first floor private entrances, gas steam heat and hot water range, nished: price $45.00 each. Call 1-0348. Immediate possession.

-FOR uppe: apartment in new, modern, brick hoine. Heat. water and garage furnished. $30.00 per month. Adults oniy.

1401 Roberts avenue. Phone 3-0942-J. THREE ROOM apartment corner Raleigh, also four and five room, Ivanhoe, 7th Ave. at Demonbreun. JNO.

W. BLAIR, 6-6912. 1909 PATTERSON -Six rooms garage, private bath. Near Protestant Hospital. 3-0490-7-2281-J.

AVOCA APTS. APARTMENT LEFT large room, dining room, two bedl-rooms, breakfast room. and kitchen, with frigidaire, electric range. water tor serv'ce furnished. Phone 6-5793 or 1-1344-R.

ARLINGTON COURT- Corner Eighteenth Ave. an Belcouri. clo to Ward- Belmont college: three, four, five room apartments, up-to-date. Tel 7-5332-R. ELMORE COURT- Corner Eighth and Demonbreun reasonable rent, 3, and 5-room apartments, Tel.

7-5332-R. 1400 ACKLEN AVENUE. For rent, Oct. 1, splendid upper apartment, two blocks from WardBelmont, three nice big rooms, hall, private bath, modern, heat, water, telephone, garage, Bus stops in front of door. Call 7-4389-M.

2809 ACKLEN Upper, four rooms, bath, frigidaire. $42.50. Telephone 7-8423-J. BEAUTIFUL MODERN, newly decorated 4 rooms, sleeping porch, bath. separate lavatory apartment.

Phone MRS. LU LUSKY, 6-0493. The Corinnel IN THE HEART OF 2 AND 4-ROOM APARTMENTS 6-2316 Phones 7-1436-J IMMEDIATE possession, one 3 and one 4-room apartment, in Sterling Court. Apply to C. K.

COLLEY. Call 4-1825. 4-ROOM CHOICE APARTRINAN The Bowling Green pas section, eastern frontage Golf Club road, opposite entrance Richland Golf and Country Club: frigidaire, electric range; garage. 6-2631 or 7-7564 -Three room apartment, Jacksonian. Party leaving city.

duction in rent. 7-1436-J. LYNWOOD Boulevard, 5 room apart- Hot ment. Frigidaire. Oil heat.

water. Garage. 7-4171, 7-2782-J. BELMONT- Lovely private lower back apt. porch.

rooms, Heat, water, garage- -1506 bath, glassed in Ashwood Ave. SEVEN Lyle ROOM near Vanderbilt. Call 7- APARTMENT, 111 4309-J. THE FIVE ROOM garage house water, lights and gas, on large lot in Maplewood. Call 3-3065-W.

1605 TENTH AVE- rooms and bath, garage; newly papered and painted. $27.60. Call owner, 7-2706-J. FOUR-ROOM house, large yard, good garden. Dunn nenr fair grounds.

Call D. M. MINCEY, 6-5543. ROOM, kitchen, bath, sink in kitchen. 815: also lower apartment, strictly private, two rooms, kitchen, garage, bath.

808 Sixteenth 8. 7-1653-W. 415 Russell, 8-room brick. $60.00 201 Fatherland, rooms. 50.00 218 Main, 6 rooms and bath 35.00 1618 Shelby, 5 rooms and 35.00 Berrien, 5-room modern bungalow 45.00 Pembroke, 5-room modern brick.

75.00 224 Carden, 6-room brick bungalow 75.00 W. VAUGHAN. 411 Union. 6-3346. FOR RENT- 413 Allen bungalow, tour rooms and breakfast nook; modern.

8-9116-7 or 3-9126. HARDING ROAD- -STORY HOUSE: 2 BATHS. 7-7483-M. REDUCED RENT- West, near Tarbox School. 5 rooms, bath, porches, garage, 1-0746.

INGLEWOOD- Three lovely rooms. private bath, hent, lights, phone: water furnished: private entrance: In private family, Call 3-3663-W. 118 ELBERTA ST- 6-room house, Newly painted and papered. Call 1-3930-R. WEST NASHVILLE Three rooms, lights, city water, garage.

Five near Grammar and High schools. Rensonable rental. 7-2809-J. SIC ALABAMA AVE. Five-room cottage, modern except furnace.

Dou- AMBASSADOR Four or five-room apartment, near Centennial park and Vanderbilt; strictly modern first-class. Call 7-5768-W or 6-1621. BEAUTIFUL. MODERN, newly decorated, rooms, sleeping porch, bath, separate lavatory apartment, Phone MRS. LOU LUSKY.

6-0493. 27-CFurnished or Unfurnished or 3 desirable rooms. Heat, water. lights, telephone, garage. 7-7277R.

APARTMENT In Beimont Heights: 2 delightful rooms with connecting bath, kitchenette, garage, $40 2807 Brightwood telephone 7-8814. 27-D douses FOR RENT Modern 7-room brick bungalow. Hot water heat, good condition, close to schools and car. Price cheap. Call 6-4809 FOR RENT 2209 Westwood near Twentyfrat or Hillsboro road, 8-room chome, $50.

1012 West Douglas, near Trevecca College, 5 rooms, $30. 207 White Ave, Waverly Place, rooms, $55. Also others. Call and see full list. COCKRILL-FINEGAN REALTY COMPANY 206 Union St.

6-0230. FOR RENT Attractive four-room English home, pretty part of Eastland; modern, one block of car, 440 per month. L. A. Newman-6-0488 900 SIXTEENTH AVE.

S. SIx rooms, kitchenette. T. W. HALES, 6-0517.

27 Rentals 27-D Houses WE WE TIOGAOne frat-door modern threeroom apartment in this cod Te siently located building 141.50 GLENNCOURTOne of the most desirable apartmeats consisting of living room, four bedrooms, two gas range and garage 190 Also one apartment consisting of living room, dining room, four bed rooma, two bathe and kitchen. These apartmenta are furnished with modern ment Including electric eration and stoves, laundry, etc. One most comfortable Arst room apartment and one second Boor apartment $55.00, located convenient to schools. WINDSOROne beautiful alx-room ment, consisting of living room, dining room, two bedrooms, sun parlor, kitchen and bath, furnishing electric gas range and garage ABERDEENOne desirable apartment consistIng of Wving room, dining room and kitchen, two bedrooms, ed -In back porch and bath, furnishing electric refrigerator and gas stove $70 LORAINE- One 4-room apartment, consisting of living room, bedroom, kitchen and bath, furnishing rollaway bed, gas stove and electric refrigerator $45 Real Estate Dept. Nashville Trust Co.

315 Union St. 6-0167 FOR RENT 209 McMillen rooms $50.00 903 Main rooms 35.00 1012 15th So. --6 rooma 42.50 1502 Hawkins 6 rooms 40.00 1532 Demonbreum rooms 32.00 130 Raines rooms 22.50 1015 2nd Ave. rooms 20.00 308 12th S. -6 rooms 25.00 1107 Seigler rooms 40.00 2120 Pierce rooms 70.00 1716 Forrest rooms 35.00 305 7th rooms 25.00 505 Boscobel rooms 35.00 128 Kenner rooms 62.50 109 29th 7 50.00 Carroll St rooms 30.00 1802 State rooms 20.00 721 Wedgewood -8 rooms 45.00 1905 Adelicia --8 rooms 65.00 302 Hermitage -6 rooms 22.50 1400 Laurel rooms 18.00 306 80.

8th 25.00 Gilmore-Clunan Co. 516 Union St. 6-4859 944 WEST SHARP-6-room modern home. Convenient to carline, schools and churches. $35.

K-26 care Banner. EASTLAND-204 -614 Fall street. Five-room modern bungalows in excellent condition. Very conyenient to school and carline. $38.

J. W. DENIS 6-0012. 1300 DIVISION ST. Ideal location for railroad man.

6- room brick house In A-1 condition, modern except furnace, near schools, colleges, churches and railroad yards. Block of Belmont car line, $35 per month. Immediate possession. CALL 7-3004 FOR RENT 118 30th. 3 rooms and kitchenette.

Heat, light and water furnished. 814 Olymple St. 5 rooms and bath. 614 McGavock St. 8 rooms.

132 15th. Avenue North. 6 room, for further particulars, consult Dorris S. Loventhal 216 Union St. 6-2812 2818 GALLATIN ROAD Six-room modern home, acres of ground, with beautiful shade, $55.

Rucker Pearson St. 6-2847. -Modern six-room bungalow. Garage. Open fireplace in living room.

Chicken house and yard. 3-1914-J. 1422 -Newly finished, five rooms, bath and garage; modern except furnace; near Ross chool and car lines. 3-1948-W. EAST-922 Woodland.

Five room brick, bath and garage. $30, Phone 7-8641. 1917 PATTERSON ST. 7-room brick residence. Apply E.

B. Stevenson, 924 Broadway. 6-7445. 1013 FATHERLAND -House well arranged for 1 or 2 families, also rooms, 1100 Fatherland, 3-1184. 709 OBYMPIC bungalow.

new. near Fall school, modern conveniences except furnace. Phone 6-7836. FOR RENT-412 Allen St. Bungalow four rooms and breakfast nook; modern.

3-2116-J, 711 MeGAVOCK. two stories; nine rooms: sleeping porch; bath: modern except furnace. Phone MRS. LOU LUSKY. 6-0554, 6-0493.

INGLEWOOD Lovely 7-room stone bungalow, corner lot, beautiful shrubs and grass: nice garden, hardwood floors, tiled bath: interior newly decorated. Good furnace near schools, church and stores. $50. 3-3663-M. COLORED -1830 Cedar 3 room house, lights, water, month.

7-3306-W. 1217 EIGHTEENTH -Nineroom house, furnished OF unturnished. Call Mr. Sensing, 7-3600. COLORED-415 Hudson, rooms, $15 month.

409 19th Ave. 3 room house, lights, water, $15 month. 7-3306-W. 816 PALMER PLACE Eight-room home, in good repair, $25 per month. Rucker Pearson Union St.

6-2847, 27-E Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT Furnished 5-room bungalow or furnished 1 or 5-room apartment. Must be reasonable. State location and price. Address Q-219, care Banner. WANTED TO RENT--Young couple from Mississippi, with four children would like furnished house preferably In.

Hillsboro section. Convenient to school. No objection to owner remainIng as one of the family, Possession required by Nov. 1st. State particulars, price and location.

Q-314, Care Banner. ATTENTION parties on teenth Avenue, South, West End Avenue, Harding Road and sections between that having furnished rooms for rent, please write the Nashville Chamber of Commerce giving location, number of rooms and price per week. WANTED- To rent farm, 50 to 150 acres, 5 to 15 miles of Old Hickory Pasture for 10 cows work stock hogs calves. Would buy small place 50 to 100 acres on terms. Can give reference, A.

R. TOMLINSON, Franklin, Tenn, 27-F Business Houses and Offices FOR RENT Large light space corner Fifth and Deaderick, suitable for printing shop, small manufacturing business, etc. 830 per month. Large light space at Comshop, $12.50 per month. Commerce large light apace, suitable for carpenter shop, tin eto.

$12.5 per month. Two large offices second floor, corner Eighth and Commerce, $40 per month. Store, Eighth and Commerce. Small store, 166 Eighth Ave. $40 per month.

Goodette Realty Co. Union St. FOR RENT Corner store, Fourth Ave. and Sparkman-street bridge, on arterial highway. Plenty storage space.

CAlL 0-6680, 27 Rentals 27-F Business Houses and Offices AN EXCELLENT Suburban Dry Goods store with estabitated trade, mala thoroughfare. Moderate rent. G. A. Maddux Co.

241 4th Ave. No. 6-1937 28 Real Estate For Sale ACRES 10 ACRES NEAR STONE RIVER On a good oiled road; telephone and electrie lighta; fine shade and chard; house burned down: no tmprovementa. Price 11,150.00: $250.00 cash, balance per month. This la a beautiful place to build house.

Good neibhbornood, near nice home. THEO. W. ECKHARDT 6-5471 521 FOURTH FIRST BLDG. Listings Wanted Farms and small acreage tracts.

List your property with us. Chas. E. Buntin Co. Phone 6-6751 542 Union St.

DAIRY FARM ACRES 75 ACRES Six-room house, dairy barn, milk house, main highway, telephone, electrie lights: all in grass: $500.00 cash, balance $45.00 per month. or traed for city property. THEO. W. ECKHARDT 6-5471 521 FOURTH FIRST BLDG.

property. THEO. W. ECKHARDT 6-5471 521 FOURTH FIRST BLDG. CAMP SITES OR PERMANENT HOME LOCATION On Stone's river: olled road, telephone, lights; don't overflow: nice shade.

It you want a nice camp site or a place to build a permanent home. THEO. W. ECKHARDT 6-5471 521 FOURTH FIRST BLDG. 28-A Business Property 14,500 ACRES agricultural, grasing.

coal and timber land, $110,000. joining land produced $200 per acre net in potatoes this year. A ranch where sheep and cattle thrive ten months on native grasses. Close to a good town and market: on railroad with Nashville and Knoxville on either end. Can subdivide in small farms fronting hard-surfaced York highway Underlaid with Nelson and will Sewanee high-grade coal.

Timber pay 1 large part of the cost of land. Delightful climate, abundance of water, level land. Must sell to close estates. See Senator Hodges at Crossville, NOIST, and 1006 be Title convinced. Guaranty E.

BE- St. Louis, Mo. ACRES 100 ACRES 8ix-room house, barn and outhouses level land: well fenced; 75.00 acres: In cultivation. Price $75.00 per acre or would take part in other A Safe Investment Good Rental Property, bringing in $95.00 per month. Can.

be bought for $5,000.00. Will consider terms. Benz-Hicks Realty Company "Realtors" 313 Church St. 6-2671 28-B Houses GALLATIN PIKE PLENTY OF SHADE -Large lot, Brand new Six room modern brick, and stone workmanship foundation, the furnace. very best.

The Material best new, home we evered offered for $4890, JAMES W. BEASLY. Parish Cloyd Realty Company 7-7889M 6-7488 Drive by this afternoon and see 3903 Kimpalong In the Whitland Section. It will be OPEN FOR INSPECTION, beautiful 8 room Key-James brick, of 4 bedrooms, 2 baths: eattifully decorated walls of newest finIsh. Built-In features In breakfast room and kitchen.

A good concrete basement with extra large size heatplant: double garage; a 75 foot Ing lot gives you the proper size yard. Bolling Hinrichs Union Realtors-6-6931 CHICKEN RANCH 3 acres, Inglewood Annex, with or without new 6- room house. M. N. YOUNG J.

E. SAUNDERS Tel. 6-1590 3-3251-M Acres Near Hillsboro Road $6950.00 WITH MORERN HOME- Of rooms, bath, furnace, hardwood floors, Poultry house and cow barn. Terms can be arranged. Benz-Hicks Realty Company 313 Church St.

6-2671-2672. L. A. NEWMAN CO. 6-0488 Nights 3-2079 EAST Beautiful five room Brick Bungalow, large living room, with open fire place, 2 nice bedrooms.

with ample closet space, tile bath, furnace, concrete basement, with outside entrance, garage, nice level lot with lots of shrubbery, very attractive little home, for only $4,750. Usual terma. W. Murphy, with EAST- RIGHT ROOM HOUSE CALL OWNER, 3-4162-W. 1919 Eight-room modern bungalow.

terms. Owner, REESE MORGAN, Strand theater. NEW elx-room modern brick, shady lot, 80x446, chicken yard, garden: near car and school, $4,500. 3-2907-J. NICE HOME, 315 Wilburn near Glenn school.

Seven rooms, bath. garage. $3,750. C. A.

THOMPSON, Exchange Bldg. 6-1821. HILLSBORO BARGAIN for quick sale. Lovely brick bungalow for $5,750. Bee it at 2612 Turner Ave.

MR. LURRY, 7-7212-R. BIG BARGAIN-Brick bungalow near Jones school. (Four bedroonis), Worth $8,000. See It.

2616 Essex Place Make offer. Block from car and stores, Good 6-room house, taken in trade. $3,700. Ensy terms, 6-1834 or 7-8073-J. BRAND new 6-room frame in Waverjust completed.

3 bedrooms, nicely Anished and decorated, beattiful light fixtures, fire place, built-in features, breakfast nook, full concrete basement with garage, 60 ft. lot. Call OWNER, 7-2118-J, efter 5:80 p. m. THIS real bargain, 66-room brick cottage.

Fine condition. modern, except furnace. shade treen. Walking distance, Ward-Belmont Perbody-Vanderbilt. Only 44,600.

Call owner 7-1458. BOUTH-10-room house suitable for rooming house. 'Rents for $50.00, Price $3,000. $760 carh, 125 month. J.

8-8913. MURPHY ADDITION--Modern eightroom stucco, perfect condition, email lot, 900d neighborhood, I am willing to at 14,950 for quick sale. Cash Easy terms, Call Hackney, 28 Real Estate For Sale 28-B Houses SAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY NEW BRICK HOMES IN SUNNYMEADE OPEN FOR INSPECTION This week we are authorized to sell these modern brick and stone at prices far below their value. Five of stone and brick construction from three to four bedrooms, basement and in some cases two car stone garages, at prices as low as $5,800.00, on good terms. Come out today.

inspect. them and you'll save money. Now is the time to buy that home. NICK BURNS CO. Realtors 6-8465 504 Union St.

BRAND NEW 6-room brick bungalow. corner lot, Inglewood Annex. Modern and up to the minute. $5,950. Easy terms.

M. N. YOUNG J. E. SAUNDERS 241 4th No.

6-1590 Lot on Greenland 253x366. House burned. Fruit trees. Grapes, trellises, cesspool, room to build 5 houses. Will trade for cheap rental property or take good monthly noses for equity, S.

D. WADE 7-2834 6-8322. ALL THESE HOUSES LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN FORECLOSED AND WILL SELL FOR BALANCE OWING ON THEM, ON EASY TERMS. SETLIFF PLACETwo blocks north of Eastland avenue- -bungalow, clapboard; living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, complete bath, hardwood floors, shades and screens, furnace heat, corner lot, $4,250. LILLIAN AVENUEIn Eastland -Practically new clapboard bungalow of four rooms, complete bath; one block of car; $2.250.

NORTH SECOND STREETIn the 1100 block and near the new high Bungalow of four rooms; complete bath, furnace heat: everything in A-1 condition; $2,950. CALDWELL AVENUE FLAT ROCKClose to everything of four rooms, on lot 125x150: a fine place to raise chickens; $2.250. MURPHY ROAD AND 37TH AVENUEBungalow of five rooms and bath, the lot 100 feet fronting Murphy road, $3,500. COLORADO AVENUERight at Forty-fourth-Bungalow of five rooms: modern in every respect; a real home for that family of yours: $4,250, CHARLOTTE PIKERight at new hosiery -Fiveroom bungalow and bath place for a store or pie wagon; $3,150. CALL 6-5459 1117 NORTH SEVENTH ST.

attractive bungalow, just completed consists of three rooms and bath, beautifully decorated, also 6-room modern house located at 1808 Joseph Ave. Look these houses over and call 3-2584-R or 6-8077. WANT BARGAIN near Jones school? See 7-room brick bungalow at 2615 Essex, make offer, 7-7212-R. 28-C Apariments HILLSBORO- -Near Cavert school, modern home and garage, $4,900. 7-7370-W.

28-D Lots Inglewood Annex Subdivision Beautiful ON GALLATIN ROAD With all conveniences. Lots 50, 75 or 100 feet front. 1-5 CASH, BALANCE SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. 'A Look means a Lot' M. N.

YOUNG J. E. SAUNDERS Tel. 6-1590 FOR SALE $50 cash, balance starting at $20.50 and reducing 8 cents each month. Pretty 60-foot lot, good location, on Humphreys street, with house of four large rooma, but in need of repair.

Price $950. You can develop this into a good, comfortable home and pay for it like rent. COCKRILL-FINEGAN REALTY COMPANY 206 Union St. 28-F Sale or Exchange DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR EXCHANGE 3533 Richland Avenue, two story modern home, corner lot rented, for $1800 per year. Will exchange for central business property and pay cash difference.

53 acres with 8 room modern home at Hendersonville, $12,500. Owner wants large home near Vanderbilt. Two story modern home joins Vanderbilt, valued at $10,000. Owner wants four or five bedroom brick house further out west, worth $12,000 to $15,000. Cherokee Park lot 60x206 feet on Valley Road $1,500 Owner wants to exchange for rental property, worth about $3,000.

170 acres. 3 miles from Gallatin on pike, fine stock farm. $15,000. Will exchange for Nashville property, Thos. W.

Wrenne Co. REAL ESTATE DEPT. 418 Union St. 6-8194 7-3048-J 7-6150 11-ROOM, Latory frame on Woodland St. No Incumbrances exchange for 8 bedroom, brick, In land and pay the difference, Call 28 Real Estate For Sale 28-F Sale or Exchange FOR SALE OR TRADE bog and Well will if in the bills money in your Jeana or trade old at Company Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

be on band there to do I mean business. After these days you CAS see COCKRILL-FINEGAN REALTY COMPANY At 206 Union St, MARSHALL AVE -Poor rooms, bail, bath, two porches, garage, shady lot. Will trade for automobile. Call DERS. CITY PROPERTY for sale change for farm.

J. D. CANTRELL. Union 8t 6-1911. Night, EIGHT-ROOM house, acres land, in small town; highway No.

31. Dearable for doctor or tourists' inn. Sell cheap. Exchange city property, Compiete details. Address M-130, care Banner.

28-G For Sale or Rect AT A BARGAIN Six lots. 150x200 feet: also new 5-room house, concrete foundation, hardwood floors. 1209 Fourteenth N. FIVE-ROOM house On Riverside Drive Owner leaving city, 3-3403-W. WEST NASHVILLE, Tenn.

Block from car line: one 6-room and one 5-room: bungalow: newly papered: modern improvements. 7-5242-J. IN BEST section of Hillsboro, new 5-room English bungalow. Call 3-1925-J. 30 Farm Lands For Sale A Real Truck and Dairy Farm Combined Sixty-eight acres only short distance from the city on a good road with plenty of water and blue grass.

A splendid residence and a good dairy barn. This farm is priced to sell and the price will suit the average buyer. Be sure you do not overlook this. H. T.

VANCE, Mgr. Farm Dept. Benz-Hicks Realty Company 313 Church -Exchange Bldg. Phone 6-2671-Night County 3501 Farms- Farms If you want to buy or see farm don't tail to see J. P.

ELLIS 719 Nashville Trust Bldg. 6-5350. ONE Of the finest farms in Williamson county about 20 miles from Nashville center and 2 miles from Nolenaville on main pike to Franklin, 405 acres splendid blue grass lands, 7 fine springs, excellent dwelling, barns, tenant houses and other buildings. We are anxious to sell and will rive somebody a big bargain. Cost $35,000 but will take $25,000 on easy terma.

No loan. P. 0. Box 344, Atlanta, Ga. COLORED or white- Two small farms, 11 acres, seven miles from town, on good oiled road.

$1400.00. $200.00 from town, house, barn, well watered, $6000.00. $1000.00 cash, terms to suit. FRIERSON REALTY COMPANY, 6-3255. 30-A Farm Lands for Rent NICE little country place close to town 6-room house, electric ligta.

beautiful shade, grass for a few cows, garden fruit and cold spring water to drink and running water for chicks, for rent from Jan. 1. G.W. KNIGHT, 801 Church St. Phone 6-6928.

33 Legal Notices SPECIAL Men's suite cleaned. pressed, 500; dresses, 75c: 9x12 rugs, $2.75. ECONOMY DRY CLEANERS. 617 Eighth S. BRIDGE PARTY TRAGEDY RETOLD Witnesses Tell Of Killing And Mrs.

Bennett's Mother Is Heard frequently," Stocking Sizes Kansas City. Oct, 12-(INS) Tonight Mrs. Myrtle Bennett, who shot and killed her husband, John G. Bennett, following that eventful night, Sept. 29 which marked "rum" playing and "heated passion," nervously awaits her fate.

For today, attired in black and with her face concealed with a handkerchief, she heard Justice Frank Benanti say that he will announce his decision Tuesday morning whether or not she will be held for trial in criminal court, and further added that on Monday morning she will learn it she will be released on bond. She listened attentively to the three witnesses presented to Justice Benanti by James R. Page, prosecutor, and an assistant George Charnon, prove that first degree murder by shooting had been committed. She trembled as she took her seat behind her attorney, Francis O'Sullivan who requested that she be relented oft bond. She fought hard to keep from fainting as her mother, Mrs.

Alice Adkins, first witness to testify, took the stand and began to tell of the events preceding the tragedy, The elderly woman, very much frightened at the curious gaze of the spectators, told bow she was awakened by her daughter entering the bedroom. "I saw my daughtr put her hand Into an automatic pistol." she testified. "She said she was getting the pistol for Mr. Bennett, who was going to St. Joseph.

My daughter went out of the bedroom and closed the door. SHOTS HEARD heard some shots. went into the dining room and put my arms around my daughter to prevent her from shooting Mrs. Adkins she asiced her daughter: "What on earth are you doing?" Mrs. Bennett, who WAS sobbing, said: "He hit me; he was fighting me and he twisted my arm." Charles Holman, who with his wife, composed the partners in the bridge game, was the next to testify, Mrs.

Hofman was present but was not called upon as witness. had tine game of cards," Hofman said. played contract bridge about two and one halt hours. Early in the game Mr. and Mra, Bennett were winning.

Later Mrs. Hotman and I were the winners. Mr. Bennett with opened with diamonds. one spade Mrs.

bid. two Benneit raised to four spades and laid down her hand for Bennett dummy. I natural. believed Mr. would make the bid.

He did Rot make It." Mrs. Bennett, according to Hofman, called her husband "bum bridge player" for going set. Bennett took exception to his wife's chiding and finally stood up and "slapped Mrs. Bennett three or four times." Hoffman said Bennett "Jeered and and told Hofman there was no tine trying to quiet his wife's anger because "she gets those brainstorms The standard sizes of stockings arrived at by measuring the stocking from the tip of the toe to the end of the heel. Size eight le eight Inches.

Each larger are hail an inch longer from heel to toe. This method of measuring stockings le need for both men's and women's The Pathfinder, DARING THE SEA OF DARKNESS By Ramon Coffman Illustrated by Frank C. Pape. clouds aide the stars, he is sitting Freed Convicts Go With Columbus in Bold Trip Over Unchartered Ocean Rome the world (which any simpleton can see is flat!) comes to a -and if the ship gets that far it will simply drop off the edge! There are 118 sailors- Spaniards for the most part, but including also Portuguese and Italians, along with They are rough lot, many of them one Englishman and one Irishman. freshly released from prison at Palos on condition that they would enter upon the foolhardy enterprise.

The sallors are sullen. They have seen a long mast floating in the water. "That they tell one another, "belonged to a vessel tar larger than any of our three little ships! If a big ship has been wrecked in these waters, what will happen to us?" Were the sailors permitted to decide, the ships would be turned around and headed back to Spain; but aboard the Santa Maria is a man with a will of iron. He is the authorized commander of the expedition, and he will listen to no word of retreat. On this September night, when Weddings Among Our Neighbors DayHuntingdon, Oct.

--Mrs. Rena Duncan Bartholomew of Hearne, and W. B. Day of Jackson were quietly married here Thursday evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Wilson.

The Rev. J. E. Skinner of Jackson officiated. The relatives attending from a distance were Ben Hilliard and sisters.

Misses Corinna and Ernest Hilliard of Louisville, Mr. Fred Sewell, Mrs. Lloyd Riley, Mrs. Tom Frank Duncan, Mrs. Dubois, Miss Edna Duncan, Miss Ruth Duncan and Joe Duncan, all of Jackson.

Following the ceremony and an Informal reception the couple left for Jackson where the groom is clerk for the freight department of the I. C. Railroad, Grimes-Cole On Oct. 13, millions of persons will turn their thoughts back to the day In 1499, when Christopher Columbus reached one of the Bahama Islands. In this article Ramon Coffman gives suggestion of the tense mental mosphere during the voyage across the Sea of Darkness, the Atlantie was commonly called.

They are on the Sea of Darkness. the sombre ocean which from time immemorial has been a tield of dread to the sallors of Europe, which has served as a wall to the westward expansion of the white race. No one knows how far the Sea of Darkness extends, but there are stories 4-plenty, about the 'tis dangers said, which abound It The waters, in terrors, There are monsters, worse than any beast of the land, which could upset a ship without effort. It a vessel should escape the monsters, should pass the fury of the mountainous waves even then It would be doomed, For there must be an end to the water, a place where Huntingdon, 12-(Spe-Miss Ruby Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Rubin Cole of the Twenty-third district, former stenographer for circuit court cleark W. H. Blair, was married recently to Thomas Earl Grimes of Nashville at Camden. County Judge Leslie officiated. They will make their home in Nashville.

The bride has many friends here to be interested in her marriage, Askins- Decherd, Oct. 12-(Special.) Mr. and Mrs. Garland Bennett of this place daughter, announced Miss the Alverne marriage to Herbert Knox Askins, Thursday Oct. 33, at Fayetteville, Tenn.

Mr. and Mrs. asking will be at home In Fayetteville after Oct. 16. Sircy-Flippen Pleasant Shade, Oct.

12- (Special.) -Squire W. C. Wilson officiated in the marriage of Edgar Sirey to Miss Ethel Flippen, which was solemnized at the home of the magistrate Wednesday evening. The groom is a farmer and son of Ira Sircy. His.

bride Is the daughter of James Flippen. The couple will make their home in the Bellwood section of Wilson county where they have resided for some time. Stammer -Orr Chapel Hill, Oct. 12-(Special) -A wedding of much social Interest owing to the popularity of young people, was that of James I. Stammer of Chapel Hilt, and Miss Mildred Orr, which was solemnised Saturday morning at o'clock, at the home of the bride's grandfather, Mr.

Cummings, in Belfast S. Batey of Lewisburg performing the ceremony. The attendants were Dock Hurt and Miss Josie Petty, Preceding the wedding ceremony a group of songs was sung by Mrs. Jeffries Cummings. The rooms were attractively decorated with season flowers and gift bouquets.

Mr. and Mrs. Stammer left for short wedding trip. On their return they will make their heme in Lewisburg where the groom has business in- Smith- -Hill Petersburg, Oct. 12-(Speelal)-Miss Marjorie Hill, who city has been teaching in the Lynchburg school for several years, and Millard Smith of Tullahoma, were married mother, Mrs.

Mary Hill. The bride mother. Mrs. Till. The bride WAS reared In Peteraburg and haR many relatives and friends here.

The young couple will reside Lynchburg. Dixon- -Cowan Petersburg, Oct. friends 12-(Speelal)-of interest to many in Petersburg, where the groom formerly lived, was the announcement of he marriage of Miss Louise Cowan of to Herbert Allen Dixon on Saturday Inst week. The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Androw W. Cowan of Jefferson City. Mr. Dixon Is popular school teacher. McRady -Cannon Petersburg, Oct.

12-(Specal) -Announcements have been received here, the former home of the of the marriage. at an early groom, of Miss Virginia Cannon, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William F. non, of Fayetteville, to Dr.

Jim Van MeRady, son of Mr. and Mra, John MeRady of Petersburg. Kimes-Kinchley Winchester, Oct. 12--(Spe -A wedding of sincere interest to friends and relatives here WAR quietly solemnised Thursday the home of the bride's brother and sinter, Mr. and Mre.

Robt. E. Smith, on North High street, when Mrs. ordella Smith Kinchley became the bride of Horace Graham Kimes. The Rev.

R. A. Johnn of the First Pantist church pronounced the ceremony. Only the family and near relatives were present. Mrs.

Clint C. Tucker gave the program of nuptial munto playing "Love Everlasting, "Sublime Sweet EvenIng And the Lohengrin March the He apeaka rond; pilot. deep in thought. What if the should "What be right after wonders If are bound utter But in a moment he dismisses thought. accepted the has idea the of earth, an idea handed ancient limes of the writings philosophers.

will not let his wander tar doubting. earth must round," be The mute himself. and ters it round, we can not help reach the shares of India- India, land of spices, silks and jewels Using the light of a lantern, he examines the compass. Here an China and brought use among European mes acarcely a century which gives man greater freedom of the sea, which enables him to chart his course even when the North Star can not be seen. Columbus speaks to the pilot, then walks to his sheltered berth, that he may sleep and be ready for the morrow.

Who knows but what the morning will bring the sight of land! The morning falls to reveal the slightest trace of land. There 1 ter, water everywhere. One night the sailors observe that the compass is acting strangely. It no longer points directly toward the North Star! Columbus is inwardly disturbed, but he calms the fears of his men by an explanation which he devises on the spur of the moment. The days are slowly checked off.

One night a flash of tire streaks the sky- a flaming meteor has struck the sea close by the ships. The superstitlous sallors wonder what it means. In It a good omen or is it a portent of early destruction? The salt spray lashes the ships. Storms give way to periods of calm. September turns Into October.

From time to time during the voyage, birds have been seen. At first they were thought to be proofs of nearby land: but since the land has not come into sight it appears that the birds did not Indicate a continent. Sea weed, 100, has been noted on the surface: but the has been noted on the surface; but of shallow water' has been followed by no view of the firm soil for which everyone longs, Ten days of October pass, and still there is no land. The eleventh day fades into darkness. Columbus paces the deck.

Suddenly he calls to one of his companions, "Look! Is that light The man looks. He is not sure. It may be light or it may be imagination. Columbus retires, but before he has slept long he hears the boom of cannon. Rushing back to the deck, he finds that the cannon was fired by the Pinta.

Land was in sight! At break of dawn Columbus enters a small boat, Lusty oarsmen, now tilled with an overwhelming eagerness. row him toward the shore, Stepping from the boat, he falls on his knees and bends over to kiss the earth. Mother Earth, here you are at last! Here you are, smiling and friendly, on the other side of the Sea of Darkness! (Copyright 1929, Publishers Syndicate) lmqt-olh, hasneasuz-00 colnsN The Indians gaze with wonder the Pinta salta toward their shores. ATTENDANTS ON RABIES VICTIM TO BE TREATED for the entrance of the bride and groom Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played for the recessional. The bride wore a three-piece sult ol blue transparent velvet with blouse of oyster shell pink Her hat, 1008 and accessories were in blue and oyster shell.

Her shower bouquet was of Butterfly roses and lilles of the valley tied with gold satin ribbon and pink tulle. Mr. and Mrs. Kimes left immediately for Asheville, and upon their return will reside in Chattanooga where Mr. Kimes has business Interests.

Dockery -Deering Pleasant Shade, Oct. 12- (Special)-Herbie Dockery and Miss Amy Deering were married Wednesday at Difficult, Squire G. F. M. Russell performing the ceremony.

The groom is a son of I. I. Dockery of the Kempville community of this county. His bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bransford Deering, residing near Difficult.

The young couple will make their home with the groom's father. He 19 a farmer. ANGELUS TEMPLE RECORDS MISSING One of Several Developments In Newest Aimee McPherson Flurry Los Angeles, Oct. 12-(INS)New developments came thick and fast this afternoon in the investigation by the district attorney's office of charges made by the Rev. John Goben, asristant superintendent of Angelus Temple Lighthouses, that Mrs.

Aimee Semple McPherson had misappropriated temple funds. First, Goben charged he was discharged lat Monday by Mrs. McPherson because he refused to give up reports of private detectives he had employed to shadow Mrs. McPherson over period of several months. Second, Cromwell Crosby, personal attorney for Mrs.

McPherson, announce ed that several volumes of financial records of the temple covering the year 1926 had mysteriously disappeared from the temple offices, May, 1926, that Mrs. McPherson disappeared at Ocean Park and was found six weeks later near Douglas, where she told of having been kidnapped by a mysterious "Rose and Steve." Third, Mrs. McPherson left Los Angeles this afternoon for week-end vallt to an unannounced destination. Auditors for the district attorney's office today were checking the volumes of Angelus Temple financial records, turned over yesterday to Chief Deputy District Attorney Daniel Beecher by Goben. At the same time, two women formerly connected with the temple were being sought for questioning regarding the financial affairs of the church.

British Legs Prettiest; Benstead Picks 24 (INS) Twelve British girls, reputed to be more beautiful and shapely than the famous Mack Sennett bathing beauties, have been selected as having the finest legs in the world. Geoffery Benstead, the film producer, who made the selection said: "I have had to take their leg measurements and compare ankles with thighs in order to get the perfection I required." "I personally. Interviewed 200 girls of fine physique and facial beauty, in the end I chose twelve, and they are all British." Shannon Sluices Opened Ireland's river Shannon is now power in the electrical field as well as. in that of song and story. The great plant to use the waters of the Shannon for electrie power is the work of German engineering company, and the final opening of the sluices at bridge, near Limerick was made A matter of celebration in which the leading role WAR played by President Congrave.

Only a limited amount of water was first allowed to enter the canal, for the embankments for over nine miles had to be thoroughly tested before the turbines were set in motion. Before the sluices were opened the canal was blessed by the Bishop of Killaloc. Much more work will have to be done before the $30,000,000 plant will be in full operation. -The Pathfinder Disappointed Disappointed -Do you like the new atyle Ford better than the old one? Funnyunk- No, confound It; I'm Joke Pathfinder, I Decatur, Oct. 12-(Special)Anti-rabies treatment was rushed trona here Saturday to Colbert county for ten persons who attended old Joseph Sledge, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Gilbert Sledge, of the Hillsboro munity, drophobia. a victim early Friday of hycom- The treatments were sent by Dr. A. J.

Perollo, director of the on the Valley laboratory here, upTennessee request of Dr. Burkett, health officer of Colbert county. On Sept. 5, according to word recelved here, a stray dog, which later the lip. bit the Sledge child ON disappeared, healed The wound was treated and within a short time.

No more attention was paid to it until last Monday, when the lad complained of feeling badly, He became worse and on Thursday night was in of nervousness. Dr. Burkett state a high the family, but the child had visited chance. 00 was During stated, the night, ten persons, it were required to hold him In following bed, death relleving him early the morning. CARNIVAL AND YO-YO CONTEST AT CELINA Celina, Oct.

Yo-Yo contest and val were held at the musical carnie ditorium high school atwon the Friday night. Dock Gable man prize for being the ugliest the present and Miss Oline Gray won prize as the best looking lady there. Frank Williamson young first In the Yo-Yo was contest. A box supper was the feature of the eve ning to raise funds for the athletie department. Over $100.00 was takne In.

SPRINGFIELD CLUB HOST AT FISH FRY clal) pringfield, -Members Oct. 12-(8peKiwanis Club and of the Springfield fish fry, at Perry's Park, their guests enjoyed night. Kiwanians from Columbia. Friday and Nashville, Murfreesboro, Clarksville, Hopkinsville were guests at the fry. A number of prominent Kiwanlans addressed the gathering.

Sioux "Sioux" as applied to a of Indian is of "adowessioux," which in a shortened corruption of name given to these Indians Chippewas. It signifies der, and by metaphor, Pathfinder. Sioux DEATH RECORD Bascom Davis large group forms turn la a the by the snake or adenemy, The Petersburg, Oct, cla1) -Bascom Davis, 66, died home near Peter burg Friday at mie poisoning. He of aremember remains of the Church of Christ. The was conalatent at Petersburg, were brought to the church services Saturday, where funeral Hart, with were conducted by Rev.

B. 1. Interment in 014 Orchard Cemetery, Besides his wife he is survived by son, Charles Davis: an adopted daughter, Clara Hutcherson Na mother, Mrs. Buck Davis: four brothers, Rolland, Oscar, Oliver and R. DAvia, wood, and four sisters, Mrs.

Ed There Lizzie Harrison, Mrs. Dora Darnell and Miss Fannie Davis. George Bolin Snyder Martin, Oct. George Bolin Snyder, 11 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Luther Snyder of near Dresden, died Tuesday afternoon following a long Illness. His parents and several brothers and sisters sure vive. Funeral services were held in Dresden Wednesday afternoon, William Henry Box Martin, Oct. 12- (Special) William Henry Box died at his home In Greenfield this week. He WAR native of this county and leaves wife and seven children.

HORM years of age, and loyal friend and neighbor. Funeral servIces were conducted 'at the home by the Rev. Mr. Maynard. Mrs.

Bettie Farmer Martin, Tenny Oet. 19-(Spectal)Mrs. Bettle Highfli Farmer, widow M. is. Farmer, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.

M. I. Anderson, In Pal ton, Monday, age 76. She preceded to the grave by ber two sons and one daughter. She survived by one non, Albert Farmer, of this city and two daughters, Blanche Anderson of Fulton And Mre.

Ola McClain of Trenton; aine brother, T. Highnil of Arkanese and one sister, Mra. Katte Detroit,.

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