The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 30, 1934
Page 5
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AV^ JANUARY 30,: 1934 Jl.YTHEVltLE,JAKK,) COUHIER NEWS CJ4SSIII E Dairy and Mill Feeds '' , ?, Gruin and I[ay, at Mnrtffel PtKCi Cash -Feed Slorc- ... >.,. , 112 E Main • ' - 10-pk-2-ll' I'"'c ligurc diagnosis in.your horn*; Mrs. J J. Davis, Phone 421 Spencer Corsetlere •, : 2Gck2-2ti EXPERT Typewriter and Adding -Machine- Ki-uairlrg. I,'. K. Blank- cnslilp, UC K. Rose. Call 16S-J.' I'cok seed with us now for March delivery. They arc Mire lo be lilvher. Hiibbard Hcvv. Co. c Ic2-i &OY BEANS, FIELD PEAS. Tesl- <xl seed, Siici-lnl prices, fcuri Kalchcr. Call fl35-J age 1 1'luws slmrwneil — Kami Imple-1 infills bought and sold by .lolini Wade a( Turn Howard Machine i shup. -tt-i'li-Z.a REAL ESTATE 40 acres nrar Holland, Mo. All in Cul. ?. houses and bam. If sold quick, price $1650. $500, bal. 1-2-3-4 yrs. Possession now. 40 acres mile of Blvthrvillt, u it snivel road. CJood residence lUlh eler. lights, born and l*n. huuw. S3000. Ion* lime payments, possession now. THOMAS LAND CO. AUTOMOTIVE Gould, ol Cm-mhmville. Mo., und| liu- 1033. , . assume oil labilities nguliisl (he.! These Itgiires sl>cw mi liwvense J ,' r >'* V0ll| «>iiort In l.t> almost l Increasing in England I^u :i.rliT millions :!, reil dv cash, ....,„„ IONIION .iinT'I, , ,' lhe '•""""''"I! "'"11011 dud 11 qum- "' 1(i >" TO ' °l»'''>'°is. 10M30N (UPl-AUoiit four am r a'picscnllng credit UuttlnB on Hie wtallsatov n Engtand ilur- Helling on hoiv/ IIKT'S in Kiis- SJHK)THL\(! TIIINtiS OVKK! HAil' ' AND-BAUIMORE '' Auto (Jlass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. j I'OR SALE—40 acrrs, all in culll- v:itiot\ One mile south of (jos- i ill. Koland Ureeu tic kit IAKGLST STOCK USED 1'ARTS Buweeii Memphis and si. Louis Also Auto Gluf.i — Phone (iti JACKSON AUTO I'AKTS CO. •3c k2-3 I''OFl SALE: 20 acres unimproved valley land near BARSTOW, CALIFORNIA. Will Irnde forpro|>- crly nciiver home. Wciltcr 8. Lee, Ijcpanlo, Ark. Mpk5 KOR I.KASE Call Us Wiien In Need uf <juaranleed .Verolitrdlsc 'lirci-Battfrles-Rei'lacement I'arfs III'RBARD HAKIIWAKE CO. Automotive I)eu(. Ic k2-l CAHI'BNTSUS It. J. i'ciei'ouii — MHJ rt. :41st el. Carvcim-r tiuik 01 .,u ivuius nc K^-11 New |.-o!j bntU'ries Itfllt^i! - jKocnarflrpj; - uvpul 'li'l 'JJHB & BArjurtY bl-rt 2Bc i J-nr Lcaxc—4U acres cut over land ! Two y«ir lease. Will build lious« | 5 milt's west ut I'lytncvinc. i.uli- y A Jtouchlhs. ISc KII FOR SALE HAY. CORN. SOYBEANS for sale. U. S. DeMoiilin farm, Hcnsuu, Mo. Phono or sec J. 1\I. Steward, NUT., on farm, 29:^°=^? HAY FOK SALF. 1 have for sale ui my bam '.; mile south of. Burdettc sn . tons lit" at, $10 per- ton. C. W. Itamevv Biy- FOU KENT LIGHT Huusekecpiiig room and bedrooms. Jttoss beavers, 123 Oth. 25c kn Two unfurnished rooms, 516 Chtck- asawba. Miss Minnie Lee Jones, Phone 1026. 2Gck30 Beautifully farnbhed bedroom, men preferred. 518 W. Main. Call SOU. 24-ck-31 NICELY Furnished bedroom, phone 303. 310 W. Warm t street. Ii FURNISHED ted''com, 1017 W. Walnut Mrs. Ed Hardln after 6 f. M. 2£te kti STEAM HEATED TJEDROOM, 514 W. Mail). Phone !>fl. 2c H2-'J WANTED TO BUY Good Baby Buggy. Must be reasonable. P. O. Box 335, LiiJtora 20]> k2 I-ORDSON Tractor rqniapRd u'irli Olsc turnmi! plowE Paul-Hvnim. I7u M-S-1 COAL «: H'OOU I'JIONi; l« "Our t.'oiil is m*'.V Hut We Treat Ion Wlii'r" Oc R2-U KADIOS All Radios, ini-Iurlin;; K. c. A.. :ire bcii:R closed nut al rost Tor CASH nt Ilublvird Hardware Co. 1'icM- WANTED POULTRY. Highest cash prices liaid. J. E. Fisher, corner Vine &• Second. Across frutn Nfiiwr Cliurch. 29pMl We pay more fy ;x?cans, furs •• hides, brass, copper, radiators, aluminum, lead, Latteries. Plione 176, Wolf Arian, 128 E. Main. 2c k2 LOST POULTRY & EGGS Child's gold rimmed ylasses In Dr. Wevt case. Reward, call Redman at, 1016. 25-ck-20 I'icsh ffgs daily, dircrt from licn- nery. I'ickard'a Grocery, 1014 Cliickasawba. 6p k2-(i SEEDS & I'LANTS S'onevilln No. 4 C'OITON' SEED, price. SI.75 hundred. Sec F. Black or Clarence McDnmolL at Bly- tbcvllle Gin. 5c k2-5 ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. I,. M. Burnettc announces tic cpering of sliort liand, typewrit- 1115 and bookkeeping classes. Spe- ! (ial {"riL-es. Call 821-W. Ic k2-l NOTICE I have on January 25 sold inji entire stock and lixturc.s to R No Down Payment USED CAR SALE WHAT! You Mean Tlifil I Can I!uy A Gootl Ufiutl Car Without f'iiyniK A' Lump Sum Down In C:isli? VKS. Vt.ti .M;iy !';iy Only Sf> Duwi: Jimiiwliatt-- ly lake I he Car And Make Small F'ayinunts As You Kidu. f'/KST COM K—FIRST SKRVKI) IWRRY-SKK THKSK CARS TODAY l!):;o FOKD SPORT KOADSTKIi 15WO KOUU CAI5IUOLF.T 1020 KOUU FOKDOK SKDAN l!)2!) I'UNTIAC "(!" COACH l!i:jl) NASH SI'MCIAL SKDAN lira KU1CK "6" COUHv l'J2D CHEVROLET COACH MKJO FORD CLOSED CAB I'ICK-Ui' 1!W1 FOKD CLOSED CAB I'ICK-UP All Up und Ready To Go SKK US TODAY Phillips Motor Co. Phone 810-811 •/.'* -fy A NUMBER OF YEM?S,OF DWDPPIN(3\ y-\ IN! AT OUR PULCISiCT POLICE STATION "TO TLKY A, TtW ROUNDS OF POKER J A.ND "P^\OCHLE WITH THEBOVS •( OT^F-DUTY —AND, liD n N 0 . i i, , ,,.ii'.v ^ in; MI. Dm-' IAI'. ;: i^MVimo 1 -^^^;,^^ !' I . ; "' IM/ ; V 1','iMonV.'i!t'n A iTni! i \ N , now voutftu on I i v iii'j OlHO'>iU'l3 -. vuu IWLII.VJ vi) iy/ rijitMO ^Ili.MJlOUL) P . K ' v.l'fwril HOO ) * v V ' U -' ^ •* j C'l-'' >,'• ? ^ ^•^ ^ ^ w "• .'i /• •.'"ify • 1 ^ 7 0- i^lta. v, in 1 OHF. YOU /,7rx;r t AFtFR -'"•JOOP PUtUlvV wV /' VR(\UO , } CAVE,HC GOT WUGH. 7 Ol f.\^' J V SO vit ijLOrACO / X-v.. ,V V. ONTO HIM! y 7 rnti i\V BECAME TAM1L1AR Wl~VH TtAt TA.CES ON THE "POSTERS, OF TUGniVES . WHO TELLING T)^SW YOUR Wk M?* 4aLrL*att TH\SStOP.Y? E . r-VLOvi - inn I'j tiC«M.\ iNJf.lili'. OU1 OSW' 1 X- iiiiMi' v -now vuu'u. C*«C!l.' IX. 'ROUND IN tw; HORNING,I.OOKIM'FOR J AU.tV UOP.MA'IIIE- • v,;;-ju;n wtouif.'Aor? tmv w 'HH.' ui -i A nrno.' s.noLi-iwiDii) i'.M!ini)i [) fl:m TftMvn A , "Gr-'iTi T •iii-n '" "EfXH- v. utu/ n i, i),n:,M IK- of- i 1 '- uioi-i iur • i»>"»v HI. " . • TO IJIOE WOUMD OH- y/YES RU1 ' If! 1 J* I Li )l-l lin- ' l-,vi.V*i'i' CJMIl "V 'URN WOUND Alt' '."'t'i'i'.'.'Vr'A r ' U .\ YOU vjnimit. . , I'lAi'jiW, ( \ i I'El O'NOSMJH I ''iS-i^ -f-"^ BOOTS AND HER THAT'S DIFFKUENT! I—.-— J ^ ;i H _^.__ L. ,„/- ;. v AVAS» TUHBS 15y Cranti |T^ »V's COMEOW, PODNERI HIGH TIME WE'RE serriMe AT THE ecrrroM THIS NOMS6NSE. «N?PUTYMAK . BUT THE DOORS LoC.KED, AMD NO. BODY ANSWERS'. BUT RUM SIDEWAYS, l//,» i' : SALESMAN SAM L FCXJIi. 0>.' OE^ R!0- CIMM(\t',W\ QUMS ; OtJ . *wo fxT t;', feTl 'UT'c-, OKi /IMJ' UJHO ^g/ C.V.SR. OI'.UJ J tH6.V Foii? .. -.« , ^, ' ^> f . _ _ gg»i|.s7ir< ./^SiJOf -^ '.•^; • \«^ ^^r^i r^h; KKECKLKS AD US FRIENOS . You;? lii'.'DS C?F TWSMOG TJAT DON'T = AL\VAY£ •C- YOLR t.'osS V/HERS ,^s IT ISKT V/ANTED'

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