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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1933, Blytheville, Arkansas FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1933 BL TTHI VILLI. (AML) COUR CK MEW* PAGE SEVENCUSSIHED SECH CI A^SIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate p^ *in' ror c°ns®cu' lite Insertions: 'Five average words to a line) One time per line ........... 10c Iv. o times per lint per day .. 08c I ore* tunes per line per day .. One bjx times per line lier day .... 05c Month rate pet line ......... 00c    AUSTIN Minimum charge 50c We are exclusive agent* for orig- approved security, to secure th* usAi Genuine Montevallo Com payment of the purchase money, .md {tipsy, Arkansas Anthracite ahu and a lien will be retained upon Kentucky Coals. I hone 477    IC.    F.    Fry Wonder City Coal Company ac aU-tf WHO’S WHO PHONE 107    BUCHANAN •our Coal is Black But We Treat You Wnite.” Pc Kll-y FOH SALE said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and the, soal of said Court, on this, the | I>0. 3 —James (.. McHevnokls 20th day of Oct., 1933 R. L. Gaines. •lab    in    Washington    that    he plans    verted    the julc#    into    something    em prices are from $35 to $45, with    the dinner    table    once    during    that to    reaign    In    the    near    future He    I much stronger.    some growers asking as high aa $50.    time. has taken little part in recent de- j Most of the grapes grown in t hic     .---- Then    ohr day a remark brought • t 0    „    .liberations    of    the court. Justice region arc the Concord *rapea. i.n .»» rn » , .    a sharp reply while the two were In the Simreme Court "®cR*ynold» appointed to the famed for the delicious wine they acinar* tnaeu Long sitting at the table enjoying an ^    I    supreme    court    bench in 1914 by prod hoc    The sugar content is-    SlfeilC*    of    CoUdIc    evening    meal. It ended in a heated President Wilson    about 22 per cent, with a relative-    ^    argument. ly high    alcoholic    content    In    the    READINGS Pa tUP<- Every thing    Charges    and    counter    charges *ln<>    s«s quiet' in the home of Mr and    were flung    at    each Commissioner in Chancery. 10-20-27.! COMMISSIONER’S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that Ad*    oidered    tor three, or    six times anu sloppy Oelore expiration will De chargee, lor the num-ter OI times J e ad appeared ana aojustmem ol bill made. All Classified Advertising copy sui nutted oy persons residing outside ol the city must De aceom-I allied    Dy ta* ii Ka Us may    bv easily compulse trum auove taDie No responsibility will De taken tor mon. iium    one mooned    ui- ae* Hon    OI urn    ciaooiinu aa, /cavel Usui* traded ioi irrc»u-inr iliad uuiia vaiit uie one turn, late. rhoiie ->Ub or COUPE, perfect    running condition.    O.    M. Morgan,    phone    the undersigned    commissioner,    in 293-J.    23ck27    compliance with    the terms of    a ....    ..........I™,.,    i    decree rendered    by the Chancery MULBERRY and CATALl A ( court for the Chickasawba Dls- at 709 Lake Street 21p k29 FOR 8ALE—1932 Chevrolet Sedan Good condition X. Courier News 7dh ti RE Al/ ESTATE Come In, list your real estate See what we have to sell E. M. Terry    Licensed    Dealer Terry-Worthington Title Co. Blytheville    Phone    617. 23ckll-23 btdiAbhh mucd a oui New and Lard kuri.iture nuu^iil ti lid calid btuvta ivt/uiitu—niij make Alvin iuru.t    ni    VV. a»1». lUt/Xll-M I XPERT Typewrnmg and Addin* MaCiiiiit* ivtpairin*. U. b. to*a*4k-ensiii]), no £/. note.*, eau ioo-J. 21CJUW1 L. G. Moss Blytheville & Cut Hate Undertaker lUp-kil-io Wagon and Truck Covers made to older, any sire, 94”xl2' $4.10 up. 9 4’’xl5’ $5.60 up. C arney Awn.n„ Co. 113 S. First St. Blytheville. Ark 2Jpki Wa CLEAN FILS, TAILORS rvt quality Cleaning moue 180 Barnes Nu Wa Cleaners 12ckll-12 It Pays to Look Nice Send Your V.otien Dresses to Unique Ck-nnng Service Phone 171 20c kll-2o AUTOMOTIVE Amu Cilasv All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. *0c kl I - WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker. Day and Night Service. Call 63 Shouse-Little Crevrolel Co. lOckll-U AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install slaw in your car whil* you wait. Call us for better sci vice Phone 633 Shews*-Little Chevrolet Co. 10ckll-P . ah SOS—Red's Plare I IRE. Man. For Auto Patntin: Ilia!i and Fender Servile Formerly with Shou^e-Little Co 26c klO-^ LARGEST Si Or K USED PART He’ween Memphis and St La. Also Auto Glas.- — Phone 6H I At KSON AL TO PARTS CO 2c k11 - trict of Mississippi County, Arkansas on the 26th day of September. 1933. wherein E. E. Conway was Plaintiff, No. 5565, and First National Bank of Blytheville, Pure bred Stoneville number    4    et a1., were Defendants, will .sell Cotton Seed $18 ton. See    Mc-    at public auction to the highest Dermott or Black at Blytheville    and best bidder, for cash, on a Gin.    25pkl,    credit of three months at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City of Blytheville. Arkansas. on the 9th day of November, 1933, the following real estate, to-wit: North Half of Lot One (ll in Block Five < 5 > of Davis Third Addition to Blytheville. Arkansas Said Sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of $2.983 00 with 8 lier cent Interest from September 26. 1933 THE purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of fcuch purchase money. WITNESS my liand and the seal of said Court, on this. the 20th day of Oct., 1933 R. L. Gaines, Commissioner In Chancery. 10-20-27 FOR RENT November ist. a room house with heat, South 10th St. Telephones j 97 and 571.    21ck28 M* di m 3 room furnished or unfurnished apartments, newly decorated, over K rby Drug Co. Also ure building adjoining Roxy Theatre. F. Simon, 120 W. Davis ChiI 764.    27c    klO-27 STORE, 4 room bungalow with acre of land at North Sawba, V* mile west of cemetery. E. P. Pinkerton, Route I, Box 86.    24pk27. WANTED TO RENT Blind Man Earns Living As Truck Farmer ROCHESTER, N Y. (UP>—Undaunted by the fact he is totally blind, William Eastman of Rochester supports a wife and aix-year-old daughter To do this he has aimed Jack-of-all-trndes Most outstanding among his many efforts to keep the family larder full is his role of truck larmer. Although hemmed In by the boundaries of hts own small yard, Eastman managed to raise enough vegetables this year to be the envy of the neighborhood Unaided and entirely on his own Initiative, he tilled the soil, laid out 20 rows of corn. planted tomato beds and Anally brought to fruit a bumper crop of carrots, beets, squash and many ofher vegetables In his own way, he proudly ' watched” the garden grow Every’ morning he felt the tiny sprouts with his sensitive fingers His wife, who Is partially blind, explained her husband planted the garden by means of stakes and cord, using these as a guide for his spade. Grape Vineyards Along Lake Erie Hum Actively flung at each during the A    ton of grapes usually produces    Mrs Albert Lukerlt* for 13 years    hearing before Judge Forrest Shan- 150    to 175 gallon* of Juice. Prices    The duple, it was testified In    nntr.an after    the couple    saparated. tor    Concord grapes last year fell    Non-8upport Court here recently    The Judge    granted a    temporary as low kl $15 to $20 vier ton. Pres- i    bud not spoken to each other at    allowance. OLK BOARDING HOI SE By Ahem TM LAOS HERL WERE YELLIN ME THW NOU HOOK UKE KAE, WITHOUT NOUR MOUSTACHE® TRT IM TO IMITATE ME, HAU d WELL, IE I LOOK LIKE YOU,-I’M TAKIN' THIE, FACE OF NAIHE TO A TENCER -SHOP, TO HAVE 'EAA STRAIGHTEN OUT TH' CENTS? . GROW YOUR NAOU-TTACHE AGAIN ^—-HAVIN' PT ’Ct MISTAKE NOU TOR ME WILE TRAY TH' CLIFTS OF NAY "REPUTATION J ) FAUGWI I-RUN A "RISK,IN RESEMbUNCa YOU , EV ETY T ME I WALK TEST A "POLICEMAN, ECA©’ MY MOUSTACHE WAS SH AVE© OFF BY MISTAKE, BY A NEW BARBER J BUT. AFTER TAKING, A STARTLED LOOK AT YOU, I REALIZE ILL HAVE TO WEAR A MASK UNTIL MY MOUSTACHE GROWS AGAIN HORRORS, YES y Wanted I or 2 Furnished light housekeeping rooms. E E Rich. % Frisco Station.    24ck27 WAVTTD STUDENTS to sell Brilliant and Kentucky coal aper school. An-My BARTNICK COAL YARD. R R. Ai Ash, Phone 179    24pk27 (JTP 4 VFH Ultra-conservative is the classification of James Clark McReynolds isis, happy because they oner of Tennessee, associate Justice ol more have a market for their crop the United States supreme court, alter manv lean years who Is shown here in a new pho- With prices double those of lad tograph At times, in his opinion*, war. the huge pressing machines Although having 9 500 000 cun- 1 the Tennessean has shown a flash ar* kept busy night and day tom ors and a yearly turnover of of liberalism, but almost invariably crushing the grape* as the juice mon’ than a half billion dollars, he I* found arrayed against the flow* into heavy casks the British Postoffice Savings Bank Brandels-Stone-Cardozo viewpoint. Most of thi* year* crop is being loses only about $10,000 a year Justice McReynold* is past 71 | converted into grape Juice By brough fraud.    •    I    year* of ag* and the report per-.mid-winter, .nature will have con sy TH . 6000 100*0*4 wert OO V'FWO T1H€« ? Prepare Your Car for Mint**, Willard flatteries-Lvereadv Pres tun Arvfr Headers - A. C. Spark Plug HIBBARD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. 17c k3l Day Ai Night Sendee Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Sternberg Phone 605 15c kl I-IS HATTERIES Battery A Radiator Service We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for Ie** money Any make radiator repaired or recored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 633. Shout*-Little Chevrolet Co. lOckII-IO New Ford Batterie-' Rental - Recharging - Repaint* 777 TIRK A BATTERY STATION .-BLACK Yearling Steer, weight uoout 370 lbs., has split in leli ar. Last seen on Ed Parish place. de northeast of town. Any lnfor-ation phone 192 or 286    25p    k2a LOST Boston terrier, brindle. Perfect marking. IO months old male. Heard for return to Hotel Noble 23ck26 PERSONA! ’ups Cleaned, repaired, inspected Work guaranteed. W, W. Book-e. Call IOO.    13p    kl 1-13 CCOUNTANT open to take care rets of books Installation ol ’•‘tem for anv business a specials' Box 132. Blytheville I yr, \ i voTirps NOTICE cr t    cav iep \ vr*T<5C-cY n'” ’(BV rOMPigy    .j    M "T'PV ot-i ,J-*« o I 0*sj«3f)^T p* T-h-    I 'n PII h poMpn ’-•’t pp C n( rphpr 1911 they ■ "I w*tn *|>*    ,,to f, nin—ri ' • m    W»*hinwtun    D    C heir tomt tu-"'-merit st aDPl’"ri-f-i- o vf.f, ,,1*, tHut th" nres-nt p- 1    rn    ('Up conver'enc* *rri * L-tv nerrriH th* abutilon* •r t bv them of the Evadale '*■»*nch cif the Bt I oui^-N'in K an--i«-o Rninav which evt**nds from ri^pifprv||jP m    general north- e aeterJv direction to Evadale function a d^s, tree of tai niUeN psinsett and Mlfc*»tnt)ui Coun-Arkansas; and on October 16, ’093 fM"d an pmpn^rm'nt th-*-®-/-MbsHtutmg J. M Kurn and John O Lonsdale. Trustee* of the 8t T nms-San Francisco Railway Com-nanv, Debtor, as applicants, in nlace of J M, Kurn and John G Lonsdale Receivers ST LOUIS-SAN FRANCISCO RAILWAY COMPANY ann J M. KITRX’ and JOHN G LONSDALE. its Trustees. 27-3-10 For Prompt Battery Service Phone 8    Ben Clum 2ekll-2 DOGS, PETS lor Healthy Dogs feed Miller's Ration A Quick Lunch HIBBARD HARDWARE CO. llckll-11 SPORTING GOODS You will find a complete line OI NEW MODEL BICI’CLES at Hubbard Hardware Company.  __16ckll-16 HL’ILOI.YG material- wALL PAPER Single rom lots $1.00 2.000 rolls old patterns at 6c 19v4 MAYFLOWER fine 10c to 20c E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 29c k10-29 COAL & WOOD COMMISSIONER TS SALE NOTICE is hereby given that 25c k 11-25 j tbie undersigned    commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a dei'rec rendered    by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas on the 26th day of September, 1933. wherein East Arkansas Lumber Co and Emmett Morns, trustee, were Plaintiffs, No. 5140. and Mrs. Docha Mick. et a1., were Defendants, will    sell at public auction to the highest and beat bidder, for cash, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed    by law, in the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, on the 9th day ol November, 1933, the following real estate, to-wit. The dwelling house and out houses owned    by Betty Mick Hassell, located on five acre tract north of Pemiscot Bayou and east of highway 61. in East Half of Northeast quarter of Section 27, Township 16 North. Range ll East, rn Mississippi County, Arkansas. Said Sale will be had Lo satisfy said decree in the sum of $983.34, with six per cent interest from pno tamewtw-ac«*f claims for these bchs. Ln-J they TAKE what THfcV CAM OFT, AMD CROWD AMO 6All fV> IMI Y LAM, st£ W » CAT Off IMS •* IO WMXCt. we. TWEfle.* SCUA€-f30DY OC*f; rrcOMT Bi OU)IM FUR co4B beft'/ice! SAMS A LITTLE SOLVKR! /kfVf, t U)#XK!KJfx OtT B    tai souri. ^ CA«X?SV4, miSTCR, 30IMT- tOHCrte. KIM I P*«X    fVOU    T    HfxeTh j SO t COOM’T H(V»=Ta tOfxLK. TOO PBR.7 jC CUXt-K AT BLL- \%k-- M i j - let* * ■ Viiiir■ i -■ Crop Before you buy Coal—You can save money. Phone 179. Comer February I, 1932. Railroad and Ash Bt*. Bartnlck’s, 1TIE purchaser ut said sale will Coal Yard.    29c    klQ-29    be    required    to    execute    bond    with FRECKLES ANI) HIS FRIENDS f Vfnv» ^RBCKlfirfc feP!!CtACU.AA    'MAC    s    -    r STEALING THE GLORY! I i . J I I < aJLJ I ■ TIN OOP F(l06’» Leoti Nja.Tut Tnrtwos-T croak NOU i £ I 'Cr? r------ I Qeaoimq MI9M,PBSCKLftS IHTIRClPTfi A^OMROV/IAS LONG PASS Ii Mb CEACUtS UIS OPPONENT^ TURSE. VARO Ll MS AFTCR A BRILLIAMT SU I FTY, OPC N FlSLP RUS ’•.* rn rn \ --- NOW WAS TWO MINUTES TO SCORE JOTTER TOUCHDOWN , BERORfe TWE CCOS'HG 6UN fen, g CROWD YSUS POR freckles TD PUT IT OK/RR,8Ur CAASH decides 1b CARRY TUB BALU WIMS6LP IP • • NUTWIN' STOPS MS’ WW SNI I'M HOT'' FINAL SCORE . MONROY’. A O SHADVS I DB 19 CLEAN FOOTBALL- VT_ i/JOCK SUTHERLAND UMPS RTI COK* \ COUPlf of v»«f» tgn o6* i*i' b*niw6 iKc \ flvmg ttrklr. tkmkrng it    th number el end tended But if >t««Md » r«rt oft «HHU A (king tackle i* somewhai similar in nnecl t» dipping, unlike clipping, i » mew ,G wwJt id mjui) to tke ladder as iMeU *» the runnel As lr Jw. it is brought into i^y when a runner a Icvhc in an of*n held a*1 ^kdy to s*we J}ic runner, ii tho tackJe is auccetthi. la I hut'* i' iaavtfy lr the ground due t* the momo turn of the tackier md him«*il Brokai b<jrr. •re conman rn 6u< tvpe of tackle, and net orb th.«i but the tackier a ih'Ciiened with cleats ol the ntnnei. and with haring a Im v planted rn hi* bee ii the tackle a nude firer, 'a. bout« wde    ..ii I hr *keich a ftvgjg tackbliomthf twj ;