The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1938 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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TAGE EIGHT > R JAHK.) COURIER NEWS v ATTENTION! 3 YEARS TO PAY -- BUY NOW AVAILABLE FOR REPAIRS - IMPROVEMENTS - ADDITIONS - STORE - FARM RE-ROOF—PAINT UP INSTALL HOT WATER HEATER DELCO LIGHT PLANTS FENCE PASTURES WIRE HOME FOR ELECTRICITY ADD EXTRA BATHROOM MODERNIZE PLUMBING GENERAL REPAIRS ATTIC VENTILATORS INSTALL WELL AND RUNNING WATER AIR CONDITIONING REFINISH FLOORS An opportunity such as this comes once in a lifetime. For the man who does not have the ready cash to -nd on h.s home (and this means about 95 per cent of us) good old Uncle Sam has again come to his rescue my !F™^^ tK IY, so long as you can furnish a satisfactory credit report. ,• * * Y . -•-- — »"»-* to investigate the FEDERAL HOUSING are m a better position than anyone to give you an ESTIMATE on whatever us estimate may include ALL'LABOR if you wish. THE ESTIMATE WILL BE FREE OF CHARGE SEE CHART BELOW FOR SMALL INTEREST CHARGE! HONESTLY, IT IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE! I mount l<> lie iTKIIIcrd l.fl'fl 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.0') (i.OI) 7.01) 8.00 9.00 10.00 20.00 12 MONTHS 1 Antoinit of N'olc "•$ i.05 2.11 3. Hi •1.21 .- 21; (i.32 ' 7.37 8.42 9.47 10.53 Maullilv I'uynii lit. S .00 .18 .27 .31! '•14 .53 .fi2 .71 .79 .88 21.05 1.71; «IO.OO T '11 ^^ 1 > r i •» i **>* i Z.h 1 40.0(1 50.00 60.00 70.00 80.0(1 90.00 100.00 200.00 300.00 •100.00 500.00 1 (100.00 1500.00 2000.00 42.11 52.1)3 03. If, 73.68 S4.21 91.74 1 05.26 210.53 315.79 •121.05 526.32 1 052.03 1578.95 2105.28 5.51 1.3!) i.27 (i.ll 7.02 7190 8.78 17.5-1 2(i.32 35.09 •I3.SC 87.72 131.58 175.11 DON'T DELAY 18 .MONTHS Amount of .Vole 5 1.08 2.15 3.23 •1.31 5.38 (i.Ki 7.51 S.HL' i).(i!) 1". 77 21.54 32.31 43.08 53.85 (••l,(>2 75.3S 80.1:) 9C..92 107.(>9 215.38 323 OS 430.77 538.IG 107!>.92 in 15 in 'Monthly 3 .OK .12 .18 .24 .30 .3(1 .42 .48 .51 .fil) 1.20 1.80 2.40 3.00 3.59 '!.!!> •1.79 5.39 5.99 11.97 1 7.95 23.91 29.92 59.83 89.75 2153.85! 119.66 / M 24 MONTHP Amount of \u(o $ 1. 10 2.20 3.30 4,10 5.51 G.fil 7.71 8.81 9.91 11.01 22.02 33.04 41.05 55.01; (iG.07 77.09 88.10 99.1 1 116M2 220.2-1 330.3(5 -Monllily rnymcnts 5 .05 .10 .14 .10 .23 .2S .33 .37 .42 .16 .92 1.38 1.84 2.30 2.7(i 3.22 ,'!.(iS '1.13 4.59 ,9.18 13.77 440.49 18.31) 550.fi 5 22.!)5 1101.22 .!n.8fl 1651.82; fis.83 2202.43: 91.77 30 MONTHS Amount of Nole $ 1.13 2.25 3.38 -1.50 5.1(3 (i.75 • 7.88 9.00 10.13 1I.2C 22.5! 33.77 45.02 56.28 (i7.53 Vfi.79 90.01 101.30 112.5S 225.10 337.65 450.20 562.75 H25.51 I(iSS.2() 2251.01 .Moiillllv I'liyincnlf; S .04 .08 .12 .15 .19 .23 , .27 .30 .34 .38 .7(1 1.13 1.51 1.88 2.26 2.(i3 3.01 3.38 3.76 7.51 11.26 15.01 18.76 37.52 5G.2S 75.04 36 MO Amount (if Mole § 11: 2 3 1 4: 4 til !i 7. 0.9! 8 0 9 2( 10 3 11.51 2'! 0( 34 4' 45 9< 57.4! fi8.9! 80.4! 91 9^ 111 If* 229.9( 341.9 459.91 574.9(1 1149.80 1724.7C 2299.(if Hontlily Payments .04 .07 .10 .13 .Ifi .20 .23 .29 .32 .114 J.2S 1.60 1.92 2.21 2.56 2.88 3.20 9.59 12.78 15.97 31.91 -47.91 63.8S S100) WEDNESDAY,. MARCH 23, 1933 FOR OLD ROOMS! JDAINT the fresh bloom of youtli into your * home. Perk lip old-fnshioiwl rooms with young ideas. Strike daringly— with bold tones for ceilings, lively shades for pamted floors P°ITTS S BURGH PM^V*' '^ """"^ OW " C0tors ''" du « b '« rn itjBUKUH PAINTS. You can completely redecorate anv room furniture .nclmled, ia asmgleday. It's easy, it's fun and the cXffi WALLHIDE. Walls andcdlmgs take on new life \vith this won- cierful finish of long lasting beauty. FLORHIDE. Gives a sturdy scuff-proof luster to painted floors. Dries in almost no time. Easy to apply. WATeRSPAR ENAMEL The one-coat enamel for woodwork- and furniture Flows smoothly. Leaves no brushmarks. Dries in four hours. This durable finish can be easily cleaned How will your roof STAND UP during the next severe storm? Bo yon know the actual condition of the roof on your house? Will it "gel by" a really severe storm, or «ill it "let you down"? Rcpnirs to ceilings, wulls and furnishings arc cosily. Reliable statistics sliow that lodny five out of every ten housed need a nc»' roof. If your house is one of the five, you «re liidile lo expensive repair bills nny day. Why take a chance? LET US MAKE A FREE ROOF INSPECTION We 0,-m Icll you if your roof is s;ifc or lint. Wo arc roofing specialists—ccrlilird,by llnrrclt . . . "lilt greatest name iu roofing." V»V will fitaiily make n careful fxnniinalinn of tho conililion of ytmr roof nnil ^ive you u ilclailrd rc- |>orl. 1 liero's il*> clinrgc <ir otiligatioii for this SCMiee. JnsI call us on the phone or mail us n (>ust cani, telling us \tc fail conic. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 32 "19 YEARS OF SERVICE AND SQUARE DEALING"

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