, JANUARY 16, "1934 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE HVB ci ASSI FI ED SECTIN - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line ror oonKCU- Ilic Insertions: CQAL & WIH)D 1«7 BUCHANAN •tOnr Coal b.BUcli But'We Treat Vo« White" / -?C H3~B 05e 06c «0c SEEDS & PLANTS (Five 'average words to a line) Ore lime pei line ..... •• •rvo times fft Uae per day Twee limps per Un« pel day blx times pc r I 1116 P* 1 <**? •• ilottth rate per Unj Minimum charge We Ads ordered for three or fix I'jnes and stopped belore explra- tion v.lll be charged lor the number of times the ail appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy (Lu'inllted by persons residing out- «:<5e of the city must be accom- tanied by cash, Rates may be easily computed flow above table No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect in scition of any clauUed ad. Advertising crdeied tor Irregular insertions take tlia one time rate. Phone 306 or 307 Book seed with us .now .for March delivery. They are sure to he filgr.er. Hubbard Hdw. Co. cfc2i PEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 40 arm, all In culU. vaUon. Ocf mile south of Go* nclL Belaud Green, 6ckU CMM to, Kt jt*» Mil See what w* IUT* U E. tL TVIJ UMBM* D«ala T«ry-WortWn«t«c IHJ» Biytherllki rbao* (17 'He U-b POULTRY & EGGS Moults Rare 1 Chinese Pud* Group PHILADELPHIA.-^ (UP)-A fatu- ly group of Giant Pandas, IUIB^ bear-like animals that inhabit the hl|h mountain regions of u small Mellon of Western China, has been placed on exhibition at the Acad- my of Natural Sciences here. It Is the only mounted group to be seen anywhere in the world and included in the exhibit is the first young 5'anda ever seen ' by whites men . The specimens were obtained by all expedition hauled by Brooke Dolon, II, Phllfldelphln, In 193132. Th;y me inoiinicd In it scene iiil nitl'cr loud call which was 'Hi IIIOM. frequently nt night," and rsjX'dnUy agile In climbing 'the M steppes. Sheriffs Psychology Helps Retrieve Money the group'had'broken up, h'c dfsi covered his purse and "roll 1 inlas- Ing. He reported the loss to Bher- III C. u. Blanche. 1 Blanche, knowing all-thc U ujeiv ordered them nil to gnthcr thip •• sheriff opened. : his mall- and found an envelope containing the inlssihg $16," which 11 he' VeStore4 'to Coup. - - • horns OUR BOARDING HOUSE WANTED POULTRY HIGHEST PRICES PAID Cub FMd Store 112 East Main Itpk2-ll fresh eifs dally, direct from hen- nery. Pirkard's grocery, 10M Chlckasawba. SplkJ-* FOR RENT USED CARS Change Vour Old Car for A netter Lsed One '30 tOKD TL'DOK SEDAN .. S«0 '30 FORD TUDOH SEDAN .. '30 VOnD TOWN SEDAN ... SlUl '28 OAKLAND SEK.^N. Clean, Good Motor $95 '29 FORD COUPE S « '3.0 CHEVROLET COACH ... $1S» TUL'CK SPECIALS 'K FOKD l!i 'ION TRUCK, Cluscd Cab, Dual Wliwls. A-l Cunditlon ." ?3«5 TWO ROOMS Jurnlihed for light housekeeping. 622 W. Msiin. 16c-ktl TWO lights, 1601 W.' Ash.- 12-19 ATTHACTTVE steam heated bedroom adjoining ,,.bat£. j,«3 W ' f! Main. Call 642. lOck '33 CHEVROLET TKUCK Ui TON 3335 '2a FOKU DELUXE PANEL Special ..' '. : S'»& '30 CHEVROLET iy. TON ' TRUCK. Closed Cab S »!> M-ny Others To Select From. All Cars Over $100.00 Guaranteed PHILLIPS MOTOR STEAM HEATED BEDROOM. 51« W. Main. Phone SB. 2c k2-2 FURNISHED bedroom, 1011 W. Walnut. Mrs. Ed Hardin after 5 p. m. 28-ck-tf. Furnished Apartment in Ward Apartments, 1031 West Ash. Will be vacant January 1. Call «40 ck-tf MODERN Three room Apartment with bath, unfurnished, Phone 76t~ . . J7-«k-U. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. L. ML Bnmrtte uuooaces the opening of short hand, typewriting and bookkrcpinf classes. Special Prices. Call KH-Vf. Iek2-l 200 East Main Slrect 1'hout SI 1-810 Blythcvillc, Arkansas. WANTED We pay more for pecans, furs, hides, bras;, copper, radiators, aluminum, leal, batteries. Phone 176, Wolf Arian, 128 E. Main. 23c kl-23 BUSINESS DIRECTORY NEW DEAL TRADING POST Furniture, Tools, CloUies, Etr. Let's tradt. 114 East Main. 60 kl-b White bob-tailed large BULLDOG with brown spot over eye. Win lichardson, Route 3, Box 85. RE- WAED. 12pkl9 SALESMEN WANTED~ EXPERT Typewriter and Addinj Muhinc Re^iiriBg. U. S. Blank- enslnp, 116 E. Rose. CaU 16S-J. 21c kl-21 AUTOMOTIVE Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The \rk-Mo Lumber Co. lOc k2-10 Call 308 - Red's place - US E. Stain For Auto Painting Body and Fender Senice • 29ckI-29 LARGEST STOCK USED PARTS Between Memphis and St. Louis Also Auto Glass—I'hone 6« JACKSON AUTO PARTS' CO. 30 1:2-3 LOW PRICES on winter car needs, heaters, alccim 1 , GPA glycerine, Model T lops & side curtains. £.1.93 up. WOLF ARIAN, 128 E Mam. 23c kl-23 Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandite Tires-Balltriw - Replacement Partj HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. Ick2-l CLEANERi. TAttORS To look your best is always essen ti»l. I/ct us keep four Clothes fit. Uniqnc Cleaning Service Call 171. . 20-ck-20 CARPENTERS K. J. Peterson—20G N. 81 SL Carpenter work of all kinds. Ilck2-l FOR SALE . atonevillc No. 4 COTTON SEED price $1.75 hundred. See F. Black or Clarenco McDcrmott at Bly Seville Gin. 5c k2- FURMTURE: Contents five room house. Good condition, reason nblc prices. L. E. TULL, 130 HCATM Klrcct. 16p!cl 1 pair 'mules—SZM 1 pair males—SZ30 I farm w^nons—S20 eath. Triiiilyfarm Construction Co. 12c kl BATTERIES New Fc.-d Batteries llcnl.il - KctliarginK - Repairtn 177 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 26o kl ~ RADIOS All Radios. Including E. C. A., ire be in? closed «ut at cost for CAS! Bt Hubbard Hardware Co. 12C.V2-1 LOST "WITH CLEAN RECORD. CAN FIX OWN SALARY 1UT MUST EARN IT. GAY AND IILLINGS. 13-ck-16 FOR LEASE 'or ItKt: 4ft icrCT cut over land. Two year lease. Will build HOUM miles west of Elythevitle. Con- say & Houchirs. .. ISc kU Real 'Odtuff" Is Buried in River Silt ELK POINT, S. D. (UP) - An adventuresome person to finance a icarch for "treasure-trove" aboard > sunken river steamer was beinj sought today by E. E. Werner, a resident here for 40 years. The "treasure" went down with .he "stde-wheeler," Leadora On Hay 21, J866, according to Werner, who claims documentary proof and the word of reliable men. The Missouri river, Werner said, as changed its course since the disaster, and the boat now Jies buried beneath 25 feet of silt hree-quarters of a mile from the present river bank. All Werner asks Is $2,000 to finance the excavation on a 50-50 basis. The treasure," he said, "con- •=isr.s of 100 barrels of GOOD COAL IS THE ^CHEAPEST fCOAL , - Mo«nUlns, ai' J h beat «n« ss U« (a ub I a long-wilted sheriff In the same place, llien he said, VISAWA, Cal. (Up),-Lco BchuHz, depictlns; the Wnssn ccunlry north chologlcal trick and KOI away with 30,' linotype' operator Jor' the Vis- 11, Kenneth Coup, ol Jcllcrsoti, who nice of Szeclmnn wil had a. wallet containing fl6 stolen, prosecute, I'll give lias his money back. business, received a fractured skull back by tomorrow noon. Coup was one of 11 men Injuries when a boule- Stop" sign fell on him. chiefly on the young shcots of the KNOUCIH'S ENOUGH! i AH!-fHtP.U Ht .. BlUNDERIN' DOFfER* 1AKIN' HIS EASE W'ilLE I ItAFTA. YOU COUUD JUSl AS W£U_ KtEP STIU. , v —WAT VO I IF YOU HAD AN APPOWMENT WTW ANOTHER NUT,TO TALK ABOUT PIRATE •BUWEGTREASURE?- A.ND,\F Wt.S ST\U_ HAN&IM& AKOUMDTHE VVDLVSE, TOR YOU. tLV- CAstX- UP THt I GET A VAUMF" ON NAY "BA.CK , VT COUHTV TO 'SEN'D NET^ AND A TO " A CA.C.E.V- IURUES.'AM 15EEIN' VA CRfiZY GALOOT, ITEll Yft f« OOHE!\ THIS BEIN' ^ ftNO, n WNT KKV FUN.' I'VE .BEEH HU6GEP MV ON A SIRING IVF KEN TILL W NERVES ONCE WAS ENOUGH: BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES MORE MYSTERY! WASH TUBBS / BETTEK SEE I ! ic Ht's STILL] ALIVE AMD— ' W)Z! I ^ IT WAb A WOMAN. COME MEVER HEftRO L 0*J, PDCNER. SUCH A BLOODCURDLING SCREAM MV LIFE. AXJTIOLISLY, RAPIDLY, THEY SEARCH EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE OBEYING ORDERS! SALESMAN SAM LIS5EM! TH' fto&sToLo tie /(su-6'-L,KiO,SWJELL // C BEST SUIT I ' \ ewere. HP.D- s-To^e., ow I'M e-owwps oo 1 FRKCKLKS FINDS OUT boW os* H'» m C »M ' tare file on tils SUPBEMK Siyer-Iwat , b th e only coal of It* kbb< «)4 MM A Rick Man's Coiil at A Poor'Man's Pri« Superior Ccal & Mining Co 3M W. Wabwf - • rtpoe IV* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OUTSIDE ANP PKV A BOARP OFP.SO VJE C'AH SET AT .,;.TU HAVE To MAKE A SOON kWOW VWSTKER ITS A FLOP.OR A SUCCESS.. BOY! \NWhl T IT BE SV/ELL, IF VJE CAN HEAR PEOPLE TALWNG....PEOPLE \MO DIED YEARS AMD YEARS 4.GO BUT WHOSE VOICES STILL ARE FLOATING IN SPACE ~2 WAWO METHE'PLIERS,FRECKLES... SAY,VJHEM WE GETTWIS DErTECTOf? PRST TWWS SE ABLE TO LISTEfJ TO ANY WOP THAT EVER WAb SPOKEW ! 'THE THIMG THAT MOST-.PEOPLE :ARE OJRIOUSIOKWOW.-AUp ;•> THAT IS/WHAT M£S A WTCHER SAY To THE P1TCWEB?
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