The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
Page 5
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.THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1934 BLYTEEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE CIASSI FI ED SECTION We 06c o;>c 60c CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per .me lor consecutive insertions: (Five average words to a ime) One lime per Inn; .......... '•** Tv.o times |«i- iinc per day . Thrco times ]>er Un« P« day • Eix times per line P« r da y • Month rale per lino Minimum charge 5€c Ads ordcrnl to- three or six limes mid siopixid before e.xplra- I'on will l:c chargcc lor the number ol L'nics the ud appeared ana adjustment of bill made. Ml Cla&sliicd Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside »' H'e city a ust be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table, Ko responsibility will be taxcn 101 more llian onu incorrect insertion of any classified ad. ' Advertising ordeicd for irreuii- *ar insertions taks> the one time tate. AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS USED CAR BARGAINS 1920 4 dr. Oakland Sedan .. $225 1031 4 ilr. Ford sedan 1930 Ponliiii) 1928 Ponlfac J dr. «dau ... lObl I'onliac 2 dr. sedan ... lEE-COPPEDGE MOTOR CO. I'hnne 329- U05 E. -Main UUS1NKS3 WKKCTOKY I,, a. iMCSS. Undertaker Ambulance Service 3u WEAR-EVER almnuiuiii is tetter and costs no more. Sola exclusively at iluubun! Hardware Co. 5-ck-4-5 nenalr Furniture Now You tun tavo money by having furniture upholstered Jioiv as materials are cheaper. We make the old new again. Free estimates. Complete line samples. Work guaranteed. Jenkins & Son, 713 chickasawba 2Gc-k3-27 Bargains! Bargains USED CARS 193.1 IHHICiK sw MAYFLOWER WALL PAPER KHY I'ATTKHN l-AmC-l'ttOOl' AND AI'I'KOVBl) ItV (;()()[) UOPSHKKKI'INK A N I) WOMAN'S \U Ciin Siiv« \mi Money on \\ull [',,p tT Hwmisi. We |J U y l( l |. mv i'st Joblu-w I'rla-s Wrwl I'lorn the .> E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY WOULD .Mill t.|'00 J.J, We spcdaluc in Fluor Swrcp Spi-cial kinds for special floors Hubbard Iltrdnare Co. 12c k4-l!l Free figure diagnosis in ynur liumc. Mrs. J. J. Davis, Pliorc 421 Spencer Corseticrc 2Gc k3-26 1931 CHEVROLET COUPE. G Wire Wheels, Rumble Scat I'jja AUBURN court ISW2 FORD V-8 TUUOIl .... 11131 CHEVROLET SK1»AN .. 1931 FOltl) TUDOR 1U3I) CUKVSl.tK SEDAN ... 1930 CIIKYSLEK ROADSTER SlOt) 1U3S BUICK COUPE S105 1023 PLYMOUTH SEDAN ... 51^"> We also have a large stock ol used trucks at prices you will buy. Call C33 and ask for 11 salesman— We will IK glad lo show you the values In used care. Shouse-Littlie Chevrolet Co. EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Hcpairins. II. S. lilank- cnship, 11C E. Hosu. Call 1G5-J. AUTOMOTIVE FOR -SALE EARNED cured alfalfa hay $20 per ton; few tons half and half cotton seed. E. V. Hill n-irk-24 For Kale CIIEA1': New Vitality navy blue PUMPS, 1 AA. Call 306. ONE BARBER CHAIR CHEAP. Mrs. M. W. Lee, Joiner, Ark. Hp W-12 1 Oliver row crop tractor, one •! row planter, one 4 row cultivator one 16 by 20 disc harrow, one 3 row buster with marker. All in first, class condition. Day and Billings, inc. Cc kVii TWO goud mules, priced reason able. H. A. Smith, 510 W. Main. 2c kti 47B Stiberlins Tire* 4- 'lutes, Replace' n icnt parts ar.d accrssorles ot ill kinds for an> make ol car. Automotive Dent., Hubbard Hdw Co. Ic k3-l Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. lOc k4-10 New Ford Batteries Kcnlal - Recharging - Repairing -.'I TIKE 4; BATTERY STATION RKAL ESTATE For Sale: 111 Kasl Davis, an exquisite huinc; nothing prettier in Blytlierllle. Will sell on icrms at b r ,'t. Cull our oUice for aiipointmcnt. THOMAS I/AM) COHl'ANV. sole agcnls. c!2-tf For Tradi;: City property lur farm LAND. Mre. Ed Hardm. FOK S.M.i: 17 ACIlfiS f-IIEAl 1 I am inrilwrizeri to oiler lor sale the tract oi land immediately \vcst of Compress No. 1, between ll-.r two railroad (racks consisting ol n acres al n very low price tor e.r^ii ;i^ n \vholc or \vill sulxiivide in LHO-acre tracUs some of which f ran sell as- cheap as S3M.OO lor the mil Wo acre.s. Think of it— , Tim ;I:LU! is less than tin; avcr- at;c hO loot city I'J 1 . \vuuld co;;t yon antl yfjin 1 wife ran make a nuns; on two acres for the w'nok' lamuy. yon will have to act qnic!:. II is tin: j j now lo make garden, antl imm?diutu pussr^sion cnn be hurt. My option expire:; April 1st. Sec n:c teddy, J. W. JJadcr. I'OIJI.TKY & EGGS . I will pay I0c per |»unri. for hens except Leghorn typ:. B. T. Wnriny. 3I5 Kart Main. 19-ck-23 Fresh cegs daily. K. !. Red betting I'ickard"store. 10U Chlcka- Sn fcl-lU BABY CHICKS All Varieties. Ciuliitn hatching .solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch cadi Wednesday. MAKU/YN IIATCHKKY Hatchery Code Ccr. No. SU I'KKDS \\'r. specialise in seed corn, t'armrrs Cash I'crcl and Srcrt Co. 1'hnnp 127. Up 1:1-)U For Sole: CORN delivered lo you. W. T. Kilcy, New Madrid, i!o. 21-pk-l-lD LOST - RliWAtil) for rrlmn nf small pold wrist w.iich and Iwml losi yes- tenlay. Mrs. o. S. Barnes 1037 VI. Walnut. 21-ck-2A OUR BOARDING HOUSE •**&?••'• vou V TOLD ME. ViAvBOU'V x ^ f Q^ IT WHtM VQU WtTRt | ( - vo 0 ~\\ W TO INVEST ^ OL 1 KlIIQ IUMK 'lOniM 0 01 l r lift WU cf?wniNu oovjii m OIHNV'S REAUKO C,' DIIIHS"5 ilf\CK., .'til' GuWOa WLiif on ML,III A ('AGIO. A GREW TWNC> IN rv\Y Gout) MME'THE UTTLE AND' I f \SURE OM WORKING IT i 1WO V6WRS-THEN lU S&LL \T AND —ILL BE SATISFIED WlTK TWO OR - DrA-—-THEN 601N6 TO OF Y I GOVHER HOLt UOOPLt HALL'/MY -v ANCtSTRAL/ HOME J J (i-ii. DOOM WAS ' w/» ft 1 SftVJ NO HOPE 10 JUMP III 1 Pli-lCH.' Ill 1 EHD.l KNEW, WOULD COM: WHUl I OF wit roui. ion\unE, lit iifto • ITIRRIN61HT; SOUP TOR BOOTS AND HER BUI)DIBS THAT WOULD »K NLCWS! OMtTUAt Vi't^OT VIKO NOU OV5T TOR WASH TUBES ONE O' VOW ?JiS SADDLE A HOSS, AND TAKE IT UP TO THE BIG HOUSE. 1QU CflO BURN IDIOTS! 11 " 5 t/rR HISS LANE! TIIKY'KK GONNA KOAIU SALESMAN SAM ASS TUST ) SHE) Oe.UVEtte.D R.IC-KT Kip GRCXlERlc HG.Y, Sftt^, eoU(SHT p.u FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I : :A . S L_... WHERE. ARS ) KoM.*«D T AS'j t>V YOU GOIWG { AWAV.TO Vl?l •" fO'-l ) FRIENDS ,AKID r-iUTT',' .V COME BACK ucor; /) I BUY A LITTLE l-:tr A .1 A>JD RAISE YEP... AMD T TbOSi Hli CHSCk RKHT DO'AW To THE BANk AND CASWED IT....AND FRECKLES,! KklO-W,WO'V/. WHY PEOPLE CALL if "JACK".... IT r SUF5E LIFTS A LOAD OFF A - t ^> FELLOW ! SO SCUTTLE RS»1.LY GAVE YOU * IO.OOO FOR MOV1MGCUT' ' THAT O'L DOK I CAME O'JT A'!L r ,'O! , IM CL;T> V;E Dr;'ir L M^vrr I'J [^ rjlioJJLOG V/iTM THAT OLI> Okl!!!-"LI}ir COAL & WOOD Coal and Wood Kentucky cgj COAL $6; slag $3 per ion Ash >s; Railroad Sis. 15CK22 FOK KENT UMFUKNISHED 4 room apartment, bath. Phone 321; nighl 55. 19-pk-23 THERE room furnished apartment with hath. Mrs. Uozie Mick, 110 Comfortable furnished BEDROOM with garage, if desired. Mrs. E. Cooley. phone 117. 2 story modern house on Division, just, north of Catholic church. Reid, Evrard 882. BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6-ck-lf t'UKNlSIIEU bccl-oom! Walnut. Mrs. Ed. Hardln after P. M. ROOM & BOARD IIOOMS or room and hoard or meals. Good meal, clean rooms rales low. Close In. Mrs. Lollin 421 S. Second. 8-ck-4-B WANTED TO RENT SIX or seven room must be modern antl in guod neighborhood. Occjivine.y about .May 15 ;\. F. Dietrich, Sni»r- ior Coal and Mining Co. 30t W. Walnut. U N V U It N 1 S H E D apartment v.ilh bath. Close In Call 306. 1'OSITION WANTED WHITE MAN with family waul* to rent or oliarecrop. Good work- ir. "A" Courier News. lO-pk-22 EXI'EKIENCEU .stenographer iuid general office worker wants ixwuion. Availiii;iu April I. Excellent recommendations. Ca! 481. WANTED TO BUY We Pay 42 |>er ton for Scrap Iron Also buy hla«, brass, copper lead, etc. Wolf Arian, Phone 171 126 E. Main. 26-ck-3-2 Want to buy all kinds Used Hous IroM Goods, Stoves. Highcs Cash prices. Lclghton'o Sccon Hand Store. 320 E. Main, 10pk4-l - : r'^ 7/~ • k-w J f ^\ ^,A K^ SKINFLINT 13 RIGHT..,.WE ONLY 7VWG TUAT GUY EVER CAMt BY WAS FALLEN ARCHES ;•!!•

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