The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 21, 1934
Page 7
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FRIDAY,• SEPTEMBER 21, 1934 B1ATHEV1LLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ItVE €1 AS SI 1 I ED SECTION * f .t CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING JiWORMATION Daily rale line lor consccu- llve insertions: • . "(Kivc average words to & line). One time per lino lOc Two limes pec line per day .. 08c Three times i«r line per day .. OCo Sis limes, per line per day •. 05e Month nilc per line Minimum cliargc 50o Ads ordered lor ilircc or si times mid btopiicd before explra tlon will lie clinrecd for I he nuin ber of times Hie nd appeared an ntliislment of bill made; . All Classined .Advertising cop submitted by persons residing ou side o( the city must' lieyaccpn panicU by. cash. Kates may .be easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken for more ilian one incorrect . Insertion of any classified ad.' .; . Advertising orcercd for Irregular mserliuns take live one time rate. Coal & Wood Hardin Coal Co. AT STEINBERG'S GIN ' PHONE lie dies SHOE REPAIRING As DYEING done by experts. Hea- e. E. E. lititcllff, Across from ubliard Hdw Co. QUICK-FIRE, ALABAMA, KENTUCKY COALS WE BATIS'PY OUR CUSTOMERS Parks Bros. Coal Co. PHONE 977 FOR "Hi-Lo Alabama" "Hlatk Hoyal Kentucky" A CLEAN COAL - LOW TRICED CERTIFIED SARAHA COAL More Heat r« round No Advance In Price E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 100 <* PHILLIPS' USED CARS REAL BUYS '28 CHEVROLET COACH ... '28 DODGE VICTORY SEDAN S •lit CHEVROLET COUTH .. § '3Z FOItU TUDOIt SKUAN .. 5 '33 CHEVROLET COACH .. 5 '33 FORD V-8 TUDOR SEDAN 5"3 ''a VOHl) V-» HE LUXE TUDOR SEUAN 5 TlUiCKS and TRAILERS •32 FORD TRUCK. Closed Cab, Dual Wheels. A Keal Bargain $26 "j'l CHEVROLET TRUCK. Closed Call, Dual Wheels. Heal liny 531 '2D CHEVROLET T1HJCK .... 5 NAHORS TRAILER ........ ? : KINGHAjM TI5AILEK. Dual Wheels, New Rubber .... ? PHILLIPS' USED , CAR LOT Ol'BN Nldii'i'S UNTIL 9 Corner \Vluaul & 1st Sis. I'JiudC 813 Res tau fail Is Sec Us About Your Coal Blytheville Gin Co. "Radiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" CALL 214 y C»l Is Black but I treat J while. Fill up now. OHN BUCHANAN - PHONE 1 Repairing For Sulc Factory Authorized FRIGIUA1HK SBKVICK Factory Trained Mecn&UM. Day 67—Phone—Nlj;M *>-1 B. H. GEE SALES CO. 407 Main SI. SHOE EE1SU1I.DING 14 Years of Sutlsfnclory Scrvleu I'KOGltliSSIVK SIIOK SIKH' 103 S. Second. Blytlievlllc, Ark. ALL FIXTURES bcloilBiiiK to Hie Glencoc Date, foi 1 snle eliDaji. Pail cash, bnhinrc on iiioullily payments. John Thompson, Olt'iicou Hotel, • 21i> k'28 One MULE. USED CAR will exchange for Other stock also for sule. Cliiirlps Nash, Clark * Ifiill- 21-pk-25 Salesmen AVim WANTED:—EXPERIENCED tales-' men, age between 25 nnd 40, Good pay, no .selling. lios AA, Courier News. I8n kiiJ Read Courier News Wiun Ads. road Sts. FURWTUH13 for sulo ul- C. T, Krnmer resldeniM', 120-1 Chleku- sawta Ave. W. J. KNOX laving made all kinds ol or ABNORMAL feel, can 7 tube Walnut Cabinet- ATWATISll KENT RADIO. Cl«a|>. Nell Monlrior, Call 190. lft-c-k-2'.J Touted as Next House Speaker , iul n\iy' Tos«s,Ronl vn'!.*i' will iris ofnciniiy "ciievon." ' ulc Texatis, Goat'Meat's Proper Name AUSTIN, Tex. (UP)—It's ''elic- von," not Boat menl, tliftl tlie government now Is buying niul ills-.ns lli« proper nruno for goat-incut!', liib'iillng us a |>:ni of Us siii'iilns In IK!;!. Clout misers then offered' The UiUtcd SUt*i VolmUeei * commoilSly dislrllniUon, II may l»,i\ ptlm for llio most suitable ntvme. Life Sa\ ing Corps Was formed In Boat'incut to most ot the rea-ljit-' It wns • Biicuested hy Mrs. E. W, 1810,' Bqvcriimcnl to so Inlwi ll.ln tlio illslrt- "Chcvon" was udoiilcd oKiclally Hfirdgrnre of' Sahdetson;' Tex. Rnllroad dlner& and many hotels' now pUee Vchcyon' on tlwlr meft- us. It;is- H :comblnntibn'- of the French "chovre" (goat) and'"mouton" (mutton). 001' (!001) 01,1) MOO! By Hudta shoes repair liocs to correct ABNORMAL feel. . Strayed,, STRAYED — 1 black ' horse mule, 15-'J linnets, while nose, a years old. Rciurn to HlghfUl and Uoan Mule unrn. l!)-p-k-22 AUTO AKK-MO i.UMiiuit co. PHONE 40 Wanted CASH paid for USED CLOTHING SHOES to ship west. H. L^IUHTON, 3'11 E. MAIN. JEST COAL FOR MONEY "Acme Alabama" "Black Royal Kentucky" N. W. Trantham Coal Co. PHONE 061 Automotive All kinds paint and body done, Cheapest prices. JOHN HBARN . Barnett Auto Sales Co. J. BEN CLUNE BATTERY SERVICE We recharge, rebuild all makes. Generators & Starters Repaired. At Turn W. Jactson's Station ASH & SECOND I'honc 8 — Residence 217-W. WE (SELL' CHEAPER : OUR STOCK,!' IS COMPLETE ' - TIEEb TUBES & ACCESSORIEd Free Service Hubbard Hardware Co. Automotlvi; Ucpt. 1'hone 476 Ticsl Oysters & Kiver Cal Fish • Uliiciun Uiiuicrs Every Day jimmic O'Brien 105 b, Second 'Biisiucss Directory WALL I'AI'EB IT'S BARGAIN TIME AGAIN M our Wnll Paper dept. All 1934 patterns must go. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc AMPULANCE 2G COME TO OBERST STORE CO. for all Hardware & Feed. \Vc specialize on HAICNESS. Real Estate room HOUSE, right at school on sioTe street. Hard wood doors and Bath. $650. Part cash, balance .monthly... . ' . THOMAS LAND CO. ' FOR SALE room residence on 1 acre ground on gravel, 150 Icct concrete-& city liraits.5659, $50 cish —§10 a month. Too good to be true but it is true. Thomas Land Co. WANTED DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR HOME? 1C so, see us at once. WE ARE SELLING THEM THOMAS LAND CO. Modernize your country home with a ncinins WATER system, $10 UP. HUBBARD HDW. CO. C-ck-lOJ —Lowest Prices— v SEE US FOR Farm Implements oi all Kinds Farms for Sale! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON, Caruthersville, Mo. FOR SALE 40 acre O/,ark farm near small frame house, barn, runntng water, halt cleared. Price ;100 cash, Balance terms. J. C. CHAP1N Manila, Ark. COTTON SACKS WINCHESTER SHOTGUN SHELLS All Varieties Fall Pasture Seeds PAUL BYRUM Opposite Old Posloflice Phone 252 Call 115. & ask for Pal for demonstrations ot Sludcbakcr, Tcrr», jil.uic, Huikon, Willis & Austin 4G ACRES, rich sand loam soil, one small house, 30 acres In cul- :ivation.' One and one-half mile from store, postofflce, school and gin, V, mile from gravel highway. Price 525.00 Per Acre room BUNGALOW, two acres land, on'Highway No. 18. Value $1,800.' Our price for quick sale $1,000.00 . Part Cash, Balance Terms W. M. Burns, , Phone 212 '"Feeds, Seeds Los I Uiou'ii tooled leatlicr ladles purse between Lutes' Grocery and Pen- ncy's Saturday night. Kewatd it icturiicd to George Stillwcll, Lutes' Grocery. 10-p-k-22 Schools ' Grecg SHORTHAND, l-wentletli Century BOOKKEEPING and TYPING. Enroll now. Mrs. L. II. Burne'.'A Phone 821-W. Save Your Money SEEDS, ALL KINDS OF FEEDS AND FLOUR BOUGHT IN CAR LOAD LOTS. J. F. Living»ton WHOLESALE & KE7TAIL Alfalfa and all kinds of Future Seed. Seed Rye, Wh«t, Turf pits, Red Rust Proof Oats, Turnip S«d, Mustard, Rape, Kile. All varieties Radishes * Spinach. BEST PRICES OBERST STORE CO, OH.HUM •' BOY, WHAT A SLEEP.' ALL NIGHT . OA2AWOOP' WHERE'S ALLEY OOP? WHOO00-. >OY,HOTCHA.' THOUGHT SUMPIN HAD. GOTCHA' ONE rmnd operated CALCULATOR, Call Bros', olllce. CI.OS1NO OUT Reconditioned clcclrlc rcfrlecratois Good condition— Successful ation GUARANTEED. Sizes, from 6 entile feet food storage -Space to 12 cubic feet. You may see these nulls today. E. H. c;t:u SAI.KS co. N 401 Main St. HEN, AS THE SUN BC&AN »T5 WESTWARD SUDt, ALLEY AND F001V REACHED A BOCtW ONIOtt TH ANY LOCK AT ALL £ OUOHTA BE IN „ 00 BEFORE GHTFALL' I'UUMANKNTS When science makes them uelter we will give our purl. IJAltRETr'S BEAUTV SHOV 3 room FURNISHED APARTMENT Phone 135. 21-ck-2G out, BEDROOM adjoining bath. COO North 5th - - Tclbplione Close In. Mrs Kentucky. »r. C-.ililwcll Iws rcluriwil to Ills office over BoruniK I>rMff Store. ROOM FURNISHED Apartment. Calls atisivfied da 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 083. exas wmKicssiumi vdtli ««»•• 'Xt vizirs' Korvlci} hi tlie national House of IU'|nesc.'iilalh'cH may its nexl speaker, Ho Is Hani Unvlmni, shown hrre fu a new lilcncn phone 707, ottice 108. WASHINGS Neatly Dune. Mrs, Vance, 1U1G Sluirt W.ilnul, eiiruer nth sfrcct. icely Furnished room. .Mrs. George Cross, 300 Lake Street. ' . • . ta-ii-k-22 Position Wai i Ji-onl BEDROOMS to couples or men. Close In. Call 12-W. 1-t-tt lie will liiive strong administration hacking to succeed ttio late 'Henry T. llalncy. Ktiyburu v.T.5 co author of Ilio drastic Block ; iinirkct icuulnlion bill. Will do STENOGKAPHtC o BOOKKEEPING work at nlfihi ;Hardin. ion W. Walnut. Call 102. 1-ck-tf Reiiionnlilc rates. Cull 300 or 702. 1 HOOTS PUTS IT OVER! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES if 1U. 00 IT'. ME VRoe,^, \6 MNDu TOR T^t 9/>.WV OV TWE '.\T W\VV MNit OUST' THE ~VYPE iUt BEEW VOOK A.VV GA\.<b WtRt MJ SMKRT WOOVO T.».w«.u.».f»T,cfT.' WASH T^BBS . \ PER 10 BUCKS AM rift* THlAT, MIKE: \ PAL, co WTOER FRIEWDS, MUST ; ME OWM <»/TrE POWER OF MONEY- SRAN'MUDDER.y WE SHAH. BE TROUBIE BV KEEPQUIET.'N WtWE START&D 6NOUC:-! TROUBLE. --- SEE MERE,-MV 600O MAM, 'U. 6IVE VOU EACi4*IQ TO GET OFF THE TRAIN MORE BUMS? YOU EXPECT ME TO RIDE IN A TILTHV COAL CAR WITH THESB ( D6C-R.AOED GALOOTS? . v „ - WILL NOT KEEP QdltT DISPOSE CfTtlE^ RUFF1AMS IN MY OWN WAV. , SALESMAN SAM fwEU-ER-UM-EKCUSfi ME OUST ft MIMUTE: (YOU'LL HAVE MV DEOS(OJ SHORTLVf MtS(JMDERSTOOD,ME MR. HOH)OY-| JUPSE THE. JflM THflT THE FAIR SEX OF THE COt)NTRVS(D& HA^E MftDE., AND(\JOT TH' JflM ftT OUR FAIR! MIKJE'S TH' OWE TAGGED MRS LABELED MRS. SNICK! T THAT'S THE AND WOW I'M SUPPOSED TA DECIDE WHICH JftM TASTES TH' BEST? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f l'JTTy AND CHARLIE COCKIK13 SOME VSWiSOM, AFTER I FIRED, IT D1DNT .t-KAtl AT ALL! I RAW K>K V/ARD, EAGERLV, MY <3W .R5M7T' FOR 1NSTAW THERE, AHEAD OF ME, WAS A SEVENTY-FIVE-POUND WILDCAT,, LYISJQ STIFF' QUIST.' V/ELL,OV1B OP THE MOST EXCITING THI'-B2 11HAT ME, V/AS UH WEAR RAIMBOV/ , I THOUGHT I SAW SOMETHINS AHEAD Of |/!E,IKI THE THICK BRUSH... I COULDWT MAKE OUT WHAT IT WAS, BUT' I TOOK STEADY AIM AND FIRED. 1 LOWS DO You suppose IT HAD BEEM DEAD? WENT C'Jr WITH MV RIPLE.... I WAS /.BJUT TWO MILES ,FROM.CAMP... AND IT V.'AS HEAP? DUSk...

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