The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 29, 1934
Page 5
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BLYTHEVILLE.JARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING JM'ORMVflON U-'-'-y vate |>er line; for consecu- U'e insertions: 'Five average words to a line) O:; L ' lime per line )« Two times per lino per day .. OSc Three times per liis" I>^r day .. (We Six times per Hue per dny .. Die. Month rplc per Iliu: GOc .Minimum ch&rge 50c Ads ordered to" three or six llincs mid slopjicd before e.xpira- I'on will be charg'.c for the number of limes the ii<i appeared ana adjustment of bill miide. AH Chussified Advertising copy iubmitted by ijerso:^ residing outside of the city irusi be accom- iwnied by cash, nates may be easily computed frrm above table. No responsibility will lie taken ;or more than one incorrect Insertion o[ any classified ad. :: Advcitlslng ordinal for Jrrogife !ar insertions Ukr> the one lime :alc. BUSINKSS DIUECTOKY Dairy and Mill Feeds Grain and Hay, at Market Prices Cash Feed Store 112 E. Main i, 10-pk-2-ll ee lisure diagnosis in your home. Sirs. J. j. Davis, I'hoiie 421 Spencer Corseliere 20ck2-2ti EXI'ERT Typewriter and Adding .Machine ilepairirig. U. S. Blank- craliifi, IIU K. Rose. Call liii-J. 21c k2-21 Flows sharpened — Farm Implements bought and solrt by John Wudu at Tom Howard Machine shop. Zt-ck-Z AUTOMOTIVE Auto Glass All Kinds Irstullcd The Ark-.Mo Lumber Cu. lOc. h2-l I.AHOKST STOCK USED 1'Ain'S Between -Memphis and St. Louis Also Auto Ghus—Phone (j[i JACKSON AUTO I'AKTS CO. 3c k2-3 C'all Us When In Need of Guaranteed .V.erclLirdisc 'Xircs-Bat(erics-Ke|!la<rmfnt Parts 1IUBBARU HAKnvVAltE CO. Automotive Dept. ' le k2 CARPENTERS 11. J. Feterson — £dO X. 21st St. Carpenter Work of All Kinds lie k2-ll BATTERIES New- Ford Batteries Itcnlal - Rcchargiuf - Ucpairin; 777 TIRE & BAT'JERY STATION 260. k2-26 FOR SALE HAY. CORN, SOYBEAN'S for sale. U. s. DcMoulin farm, Henson! Mu. Phoni; or see J. M. Steward Msr., on /arm. 29fk2-28 IIAV KOK SALK 1 have for sale at my barn ':• mile fonlh of Bmdctte 50 tons hay at S10 per ton. C. W. RJimcy. Bly- thcvillc. 25-ck-2-?5 MUST be so'd at once—small dry soo<ls .store in well established location. Cheap for Cash. "XYZ" Courier news. ;*2-ck.-Vi [ ) f-ORDSON Tractor equipped with flbc lurninK plov-'E. Paul Bvruin. I7c "k2-24 COAL & WOOD I'HOM; 107 BI;CIIANA\ "Our dial is Black Uiit We Treat You While" 9c SEEDS & I'LANTS S'oncvillc NO. 4 CO1TON SEED, j:rice S1.75 hundred. Sec P. Black or Clarence McDrrmott. at Uly- lhcvill['_Gil]. 5c k2-5 Ftok seed with us now for March (>livcry. Tlwy ave sure to be hhhiT. llubbard Hew. Co. c k2-5 fcOY BEANS. FIELD cd .seed. Sp:cia! prices. Earl Hatcher. Call 635-J 22c k2-20 RADIOS All Radios, inclutlins n. C. A., are bcilrp closed out a( cost for CASH at llubbnrd IlardHore Co. 12cV2-i2 POULTRY & EGGS ' rgjs daily, ilirccl^from hcii- r rry. I'ickard'i Grotcry. 1011 lnckasavrba. 6p k2-b rOK RENT LIGHT Housekeeping room and bedrooms. IJasf, Beavers, 123 N. : ' :h - 25c kit Tuo unlurnisiied roams. 5IC Chlck- 3f.awb:i. Miss Mmn:e L-e Jones PLom-^26. 26ck30 Beautifully luim'slicd bedroom, mtn preferred, sis u 1 . Main. Call 303. NICELY Fumishert biriroom, phone 303. 310 W. Wr.lni i .sired. !<<M FURNISHED bcd'-nom, 1017 W. Walnu:. M'.=. F<i Harolm qftcr 5 p - -M. ?Sc ktl Two bouics, 1115 Walnut and 1111 Heam. All modern conveniences la-asonable rent. Thomas Lund (Jo. days in the court named In tlw-M-.jL,. r* n- ., ' ,- capliun hereof mid aiisffci 1 tlie." loln 6r UIVCS Oll^ll ';'' '« la « "san, -J!i yv;n- s old. Tin-1 complaint,' of tho p!nlnllff Mrs. T rt U Dr 1 O»L fkJM '' V- " ni1 ; 'nollu'r wn nrc m; ,r- Joscphlne Miller. j 10 " er 1! >th thllU r:-.-d .,.,<( |- : iv s homes of their OA-H. ; S'IEAi.1 HEATED BEDROOM, bTl W. Mali). Phone m. w ct-i FOR LKASirT Josci>hlne Miller. i Dated <his 22 dny of Jan. 19lii. i _., , .„.. H. L. Clnini'ii rink ! S1 - L°^lo. Mj. (Ul l r or l*ast—(0 acres cut over land Two ye»r lease. Will build houst 0 miles west of itlylhevilie. Conway A: Houchlns. I5v ktl WANTED OU'RJK)AHl)IiNGIIOCSE paid. J. E. FLslier, corner Vine Second. Across from Niunrcne Church. We pay more fr ;Kcans. furt. hides, brass, copper, radiators, aluminum, lead, lotteries. Phone 170, Wolf Arian, 128 E. Main. 2e k-2-2li ANNOUNCKMENTS Mrs. lj. M. Bumette announces the oiKjiijij- of sliorl band, typewriting and bookkeeping classes. S»f- lial Prices. Call 821-W. le M-i REAL FSTATE 41) acres near Holland, Mo. All in f'ul. 'i houses and barn. If suld quick, price $1650. $500 fash, bil. 1-2-3-4 yrs. 1'ossession now. 40 acres mile of Blythevillc, on gravel road. Good residence with clec. lights, born and ten. huuse. $3000. lon£ time payments. Vosscs- sion now. THOMAS LAND CO. c k!! FOR SALE—10 acres, all in tulli- v:il!or; One mile south of Gos- i.tll. Roland Green Gc ktt LOST Child's gold rimmed glasses In Dr. Wert case. Reward, call Redman at 1016. 25-ck-29 WANTED TO BUY Good Baby Buggy. Must be reasonable. P. O. Box 335. Luxorn MALE HELP WANTED MAN Wanted to supply customers with famous Wi.lkins Products ;n Blythevillc. Business established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts Immediately. Write J n. WntkhiK Co., 10-74 W. Iowa £vc.. Memphis, Ttr.n. PERSONAL . NOTICE I have on January 25 sold my entire stock and fixtures (o R Gould, of Caruthcrsville, Mo., and I assume all liabilities against the slock of merchandise up (o that day. 27-i>k-2-8 L Lanskv. LEGAL NOTICES WAHNIM; OKUEK IN' THE CHANCEUY COURT, CHIOKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, A R- KANSAS. Mrs. Albert Konilicim, Plaintiir. No. 5418 vs. C. M. Mink, M I,. Mink. j. H Kiesler. C. A. Kicsler. Truslce C. A. Kiesler and T. A. Kicsler. Trustee, and O H. Moberly. State Bank Commissioner, Defendants. The J. H. Kicsler C. A. Kicsler. C. ,'-. .Kicsler, Trustee. T. A. Kiesicr, Trustee, and O ri. Moberly. Suuc Hank Commissioner of Missouri, arc warned to >vj[ic-ar within thirty days in Ihe court named in [he caption here- if and answer ',he complaint of the plaintiff, Mrs. Albeti, lionsheim. Dated 11ns aatli rlny of Jan. 183-1 R. L. GAINES, Clerk Frank c. Douglas, Mly. lor l'!:iinti:; \VAKM\U (IKI1EK In the Chancery Conn Chick.i- .••awba District. Mississippi County. Arkaiisjis. Mrs. Josephine Miller, Plaintiff vs. No. 5660 Peter J. Miller, Defendant. The defendant. Peter J. Miller, is warned to appear within thirty GOOD COAL IS THK CHEAPEST COAL There is no coal, West of the Allegheny Mountain:,, as high in heat and as low in ash as the SUPREMEE* "* Super-Hc»l •"< Vgo^,, That is a b o IH . statement, but it is elmcal, hcciusc it's tn, c . W e have authoritalhc analysis on We on all coal and f.-ui prove this claim. .Supci-Hcaf is Ihe. only coal of its kind and sohl on'} by tills company. '£-.?,».> 6\3. Medium silc tump J4 Ton SUM A Rich Man's Coal u( A Poor Jian's I'rici- Superior Co;il & .Mining O>. 30 J W. Walnut - Phone 700 ESCEinatasacsa . . _., H. L. Games. Clerk. . |_ b1 ' . . - rs. •• \\- ([ uarts of milk :i C. Douglas, Atty fur I'liiintifl l^ 1 ' 111 ^ "iirrciiulis. 45. rceonlly nav, "•»•. atom it) icm-cs or bii'.nl -i ri iv ' < ' , r OA, ril1 ' others nil live nl ]u) 11R .. The Mrs. ••':n:i> n<« l\\\- ([ uarts of milk :i • C. P. Cooi»r, Ally. Ad Utem. birth lu her ISlli child, a 10-|Knnv: ';'' pound:, 0 : : coiii'J'a'wV'ek' u:n girl. Mrs. Bnrrmighs been :l '-o'.i: IL' pomuis of n:jl-iti-"s M d-iv married twice and all bill t\vo 01 ' ' '"' Hussia mobilized '.\\t lui^est :ir- '• l ' r ia ''ln ll ir<'n are lu-lng. New \i:ik |m-, , mlv .„ ,.. :iy in Ihe Wo:-li! War, 12,000,000( 01 the children, four li:ivc been '.niu'V ili-m MU ,',-,. 'r t-.i • i ""i- "«-in s . Of those iivin;. 11 «,v U.y, I-,•.„„. ' ' " lltl '" ""' I)V Alu.'l'l 1 TWNK YOU \-/ WELL-ALL. 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