The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 15, 1930
Page 7
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CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents a word for first insertion and .one cent a word for each subsequent insertion. No advertisement tikcn [or less (lian 60c,- Count the words and seao/"; the cash. •..*;,;'• Phone 300 Jy FOR SALE FOR SALE-^1930 Ford Roa&ttf. fully .equipped, . A.-l i only $345. • Call' Abe kin today, phone 777. Terms, too. FOR SALEj£--Modern nme : rci}m home on':WfSt Main .street. .Furnace . heat, garage. All modern conveniences. - 4 ;,Thls place was priic- FOR SAKE-1928 Ford Tudor don, nlc'e looking, In first < running condition, good tir° c ly equipped. Terms if desire $255. Terms: $65 down, balance In easy weekly or monthly payments. Ezra Wheeler, phone 810. (AliK.) COUK1KU NEWS FOR RENT—Six room modern residence,, furnished or unfurnished. Will rent cheap to permanent party. Also flvo room frame build- Ing. Dr, Salltw, Phone 410. -r. icc-xnj FOR SALE—Fcnl late 1920 mo;!eJ [ Standard' cp'une. Has had the Imt i of care. ..Runs 'snioathly and Is very I good Ipoklhi. Fully equipped Only! $215. J.j.G.'iKinmrigham. Piion: 71 /. FOR< KENT—5 • rocms' and bath, 155 MpV'Ave.,- $20.00. 4 rooms r and bath"; 1222 "Holly,-$18.00. K 1 D. FcrE'nson, Phone 100. 150-Kia! ' ^L^ 01 ' Eijrhly Mill.ions!!oiJRJK)AllDINGHOUSE" PAGE FIVE (lealiy rebuilt jfij'January, 1927," £n'd j'. In Blythevlile and would command l uhder 'normal conditions because of Us exceptional location. Address Edgar o Harris, West Point, -Miss., or see Kick Thomas, . • 9C-Klfi FOR wheels-and Kingliam-iUial wheel 103 .— —-~ -«"G**I*HI uual \Ml>'t:i 1U;J =— ' — • — ' _ and lumber trailer. Just like new. WAITED-.:'- Family- Washings. t.a,f. ™.«, ei>m> urn, —^.. .: -washed . nnd. ironed'', by Cost'- over $1100. Will sacrifice for, . r, only. $675,. See me today. -Herman Mah; Phone all. ' -." j- ' *-••' . .j v^w*|j£jvwi .V411TC11 M"AJ - Looks VaiMvruns ' like new. Just the c.ryouVe."waited"for First offer of $435 Le; Daldridge. Phone ?&>$$ or- 311. Trade hi. your old 'cafif/. '•„' •:'.-, ... SALp-1929".Ford-Tudor s« , dim-, ''lit-first class mcchnrileai, condition,'6. good" Ures, bumpers and! llceiise. .Priced to'seli,.S275| Call 810 | today! Lv-E. ! FOR RENT '-. Moflefr?'four.roqm house." -Newly decoVated. .-•307 North --Broadway. Call ' '- ' FOR SALE—Ute 792?,'.i)Dagc j ::V'.jc- tory 6 sednn. bp?rt v 'niidel.rBtx wheels, six tires, neat" aM--attr.adt J ive looking, excellent running •condition. A real -bargath. at $265. Ph'bne 810. -Paul Stilwell.' Kisy'-, terms. . FOR RENT '— 2-rdom- •furnished apartment, .steam, heated. 201 Lake St.; Phone 443. 13P-K17 FOR SAL-E-Late. 1923 Chevrolet Six.Coach. Has 4 brand new tires original paint. Looke like new. Motor iiy'A-l condition'.' Guaranteed to satisfy. Only ?335. Call me at iiiicne 810. 'Garland' Morgan. FOR RENT— Modern :9-room home on s\Vest Main street.' Furnace neat, : garage:, Possession' January Address Edgar, O. ' Harris, ,, West ifiss^ or "see^ N^ick 1. 'OC-K16 FOR . SALE—Ford . Tudor sedan 1928 model, heavy, duty tires, runs and : looks good. A real bargain at $250.',\Vill accept.your used car as part payment.'Phone 514 or 811 Mrs. Ruth Stilwell.-Holder. FOR RENT—Two rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished, closs in. 700 West Ash .St., 10C-TF FOR SALE—1930 Ford Tudor~se^ dan. Has 5 dandy tires,"bumpers, moto-metcr. Looks and runs fine Worth $475, but will sell for only S3D5. Quick, phone 810. John Murray. anrt long distance .hauling. Special rates nn carload lots. Team for local ^hauling. ' V. R. WASHAM. .TRANSrEU 1400 Cliichasaii-t.i ' Phone 831 Call • M 7 ALPOLE For Electric Phone 3 PAVING TAX .;,-.'. Time to pay Paving Taxes is tcftins short. The penally 'is :oo liijh for anyone to hcglecl )*ying bejprc the books Close- Belter P.iy Now— C. J. EVRAUD. Do not delav (o pay PAVING -AND SEWER . TAXES --''• 13cc. 3ist is the last Day.- Cay today-and avoid 'the rusC!. ' G. G. CAUPU-'L. Collector. .HAY One bale or a trsin lend. i-AR CORN, shuck on, 88c b)i. Shuck 'pff., 86c per bu., in car lots. Cotton States Sales (Jo« Inc.. Wythcvlllc, Ark. . Phone 174 or LU 1603. " .. SALE—Almost IKK Carter 4- j . ten trailer with duel wheels an-i 16 fcot platform body with slakes. Cost new SSOO. Will take 5255. Jo'.m . — Fox. Phone (ill. Weekly or monthly i Just like any !:c, cilstln-jiUslied bit of mcrelmdlfo. the historic Chicns W R By Alier'n rfer^RVe, ev/t=RV0oDV.'— Het-p rlliJ BIG CAMV/A5 1 cHRlS-rfnA^ iYH TOOP TOR irVe POOR /WP T OUR CKV, ! -«-^ Go "16 A(AV -roRe MP Buy SOME CoFFee,-TeA,-ioMA-Toe5' r PEAS, CORM T SOUP, A PECK . BufTeR", SU6AR, EGGS .' terms. WANTED—To.. trade . „. AUou rallrrml vent on the ; auction block at Wilmington. 111., and was .sold muler Iho hammer lo Ih? Ifciltlmoro & Ohio ralirjad OWsmoblle j lor cssh £lld otllei ' conslileralloiis involving 560,800,MO. This picture shows tlic railroad slatl'mi ;o, Roberts i at Wilmlnstcn while Lhc imction s-ale was In proircf.s on a platform before It: Inset is n gvoup of 5C-Kl2| men in the rale. They are. left to right, Colin C. Ivcs, rr-piiM-nllna the 13. >t O,- UoustUvj Moifct, also reprcsontini; the 13. & o., .ana Herbert- A. Lundnhl, master In chancery.' . . tent' white -.wotnari. • ^5r5. compc- i nvosvn. .._,. , Bcciuhe clothes ainrb sound | more clones In v;intcr than In sum{04:3. Lakji St.. r/ , .^: r ->lTCK-T>ibeeau5^ andlsncas v,-ea;' mc-r, actors must speak louder .li. coUl weather in order to be well. PERSONAL NOTICE to' whom It may/concern. ",l;.have posted my farm, NVVll if Sec I ion c, Township 15, Range ! 13 East, Mississippi County, Ark.! Trespassers H.'Arithony. be prosecuted. J. 13P-K17 FOR.HALE—1923 Ford sport Coupe. . Has rumble sea.t, bitmyers'^-lieav'y di;ty (IrcsJ'fauaran'tccd to-'r'un-.gOQd; Only $195'.'-Ph6nc : .Alton llardy at 810:i.$75 down,, balance,-weekly or monthly.../'• .-'•.. . ; .- - I "AM" R aNNlS'b: my"sawmiii|"riMi"t- titig • out'~"nice- cypress- lumbar - at a price in .-keeping with lOc cot- Ion. J. H. Anthony, ArmoreK 13P-K16 New York Cotton NEW YORK.: Dec. 15. (UP)— Cotton closed easy. : • -. .', . - '. ' Open High Ijow-'."'Close.'- Dei.'new Dec', old -. Jan. ncvr .932 . 930 923-: : 930 ... ••••'../' C30n DG2 927 034 r .-_-.S32^_^130.._932 • " 958 gp-i -S5C 9C4'" 900 '1021 083 'SW 1005^ 1030 1002 1008 1023 1062 10J3 1031 "Win/* Tn V dJLLlc 111 iHar. July'-' Ocf.' : .. .._ . . . .'Spots quiet at 945. oft 15. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 15. (UP) — Cotton clo.=cd bately. steady. Op;n High La-.v Cb=c Dec. .-... 923-.- 95(5 ,021 930 ; Jan 935 -S58 931 940 Mar. ...... 9G2 . 893.. 055 9G4 -May.'....- 989 IOIS.' 982 QP6 July '....;.. 1002 103<j : 999 1037 OcC .i..?.. 1025' 1059. 1024 1027 Spots steady at 905, off',.15. , Do?-, Gives Fire Alarm : .JpANViLtE. .VA. (UP)—A\yai-;pn- ed : :by the bark ' of ihc'ir ''dcg, £ Mrs.'. L. Jf.' Smith and Mrs. II. .O. Turner fot'lnd their house in flames and escape through their bcdrcom ';'; All investments need watching — ^somebody must be oivthe job to keep up needed repairs and necessary improvements to keep abreast of times. Your home, like your car, is under your personal management. You are responsible for its success as a going institution or its final failure. ,- ! : Delays are expensive—Now is the ; _ time-, to act—Let us submit an estimate*of the cost of what needs", to be™ done to ... KEEP YOUIl HOME IN GOOD .' : REPAIR Phone 100 Check This List Sec if your lioinc needs any . : of repairs or : Improvements . Jlore closet i'Sli'clviiijf space Dcors Gara»c ' New walks o r driveways - New lloors over old ! Honfing '• Paint ' Screens nr screfn rlitnrs . Repair or rerovcr side walls New frcJit rJitrjlice Windows (T Tr^mes New Irim ' £a.r(ftfons ' Enclose iiorch ncor already cut olT. They took the -. .—.. _ > luuli IIIL" dog and escapecl (hroiigli a window just as the fire department arrived.! '} Arresting Bfcauly Why Pay More Than Half ''rice For Auto 1'nrls? JACKSON AUTO PARTS 2020 Main Phone' (ill THE BLACK CAT COFFER SHOPl'K •>"«• announces new montlily rales for regular patrons. 3 rejulnv meals daily— , $30 per month. Dingle Mca)—50c. Sunday Dinner—75c. AND HIS FRiENDS BOOTS By'Martin 6tE . 1 CM-W AOOOT T •V <r \ r<i>iv5 BO"C , Wt Wte SO OMJMTO h4\CE ABOOT M\6«t- V.C-OW -ftf, Vr Kt 0\DM'\ WAOM 1 60 WVTV\ . UAV A HAUO OM "(UiS \,X v -"-.';:''-'iVTv'' 1 '-''/i i -:'-;-'. ; .'"7 VOUWSS7EQ. A^O V001.U V':'-:';"';-;-""'vV-;'i>'--?V : •'•-•-'•> CES2GT IT To Y3UR S-:^''''':-:-^?^'.: ":f. 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