The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
Page 7
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THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1934 BLTTHEVILLE, (ABU OOUWKB JtlWI CIASSIFIED SECTION - PAGE SEVEN •s Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per diie ror consecutive Insertions: (Five average wnros to a line) One time per lino .......... )0c Two times per line i>cr day .. 08c Three tunes per lit) ; per day . . We Elx time* per line per day .. OSc Month rate per line .......... 60c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered tor tnrce or six lines and stopped before expUi tun will be clr&rgca for the nuni ber of Unies tlie ad appeared aua adjustment ol bill made. All Classined AUtertismg copy submitted by persons residing out- 5,'de of the city trust be accompanied by cash. Rates may be cully computed from above table KO responsibility will be taiteu joi more than one Incorrect in- lerUoa of any classified ad. Advertising ordeicd lor ir iii loser tions uke the one rate. WANTKH—Oan Kags, Ittr <il buttons. N(» |iant3 or heavy uiwJer- »«r accrpted. Courier News. d ll II time WANTED WANTED TO I5UY We Pay $2 per ton for Scrap Iron. Also buy lilacs, brass, copper, cud, etc. Wolf Arlnn, I'lione 170, 128 E. Main. 2iii-k4-2(j FACE LIFTING FOR HOMES E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY Want to buy all kinds Used House hold Goods, Stovw;. Highest Cash prices. LclglUon's Second Hand Store. 320 E. Miiln. 10liJf4-10 Nation's Farm Population Reaches All Time High BUSINESS DIRECTORY li. G. MC3S, Undertaker -Ambulance Service Phoue 'W • /'. WEAK-EVER aluminum is better and costs no more. Solu exclusively at Hubbard Hardware Co. B-ck-4-5 ' We specialize in Flo»r Svretp Special kind> for special Boors Uubbard Hardware Co. 12c 1»1-12 WASHINGTON. (UP) —I-' 11 population as of Jan. i was 509.000, an all-time crest, llie Bureau of Agricultural Economics estimates. Tlie increase \va_s attributed principally to an excess ol births ovei deatlis. More persons left farms for cities last year than went from cities to farms, the ratio being 1.178.000 in 951.000. Ill 1832, the rarin-Vjound movement totalled !.| 644,000 persons compared lo 1. (011.000 persons city-bound. Hcports gathered from HG.B17 farms in nil parts ol the country disclosed that re-em ploy men I in urban industries and temporary employment in work-relief projects »'ere the major reasons for llie decreased movement from cities to farms and the increased movement In the opposite direction . Tile farm imputation on .Jan. 1. 1933, was about 32,242.000 and there were 404,000 more birtlis than tlaalhs during the preceding year. Mrs. J. i. Davis, Phone Spencer Corsetiere 421 EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Repairing. V. S. Blank- enthlp, 116 E. Rote. Call 165- 1. ROOM & BOARD OUR BOARDING! LOUSE Tlie first book known In have 11- liistiations was the "Booh of tlie Dead," really a set. of papyrus rolls, written 15 centuries More Christ. ROOMS or room and board or meals. Good meal, clean rooms, rates low. Close In. Mrs. Lollin 421 S. Second. 8-CS-4-8 FOR SALE Nice brown round reed BABY BUGGY. 610 Lake St. 5|>klO SUN ROOM, portable frame, canvas covered. \? price. Mrs. McCall S59 y J. "•• 30 r pk-6 Om second hand Burroughs ADDING. MACHINE in good condition. CHEAP. J. H. Elkins. 29p-k5 ONE BARBER CHAIR CHEAP. VIrs. M. W. tec, Joiner, Ark. Up k4-12 POULTKY & EGGS Fresh ejjs daily. R. I. Red seltins rggs. Fkkard Store. 1614 Cliick»- sawba. 8p k4-10 B]VHY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Ccr. No. 86 AUTOMOTIVE Start A .Savings Account Wilh Us On Everything for the Automobile Hnbfcard Xdw., Automotive Dcpl. Fhunc 47t> 1'hone 475 sfibciline Tircj i Tutcs, Kcplace- nient parts and accessories ui mil kinds for an> niiikc of car. Automotive Uc|il, Hubli.ird HdK. Co. lu Aolo Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. M-lli BATTEKLES I New Potxi Batteries ICental - Recharging - Repairing '."I T1IIE & BATTEHY fa-J'ATlON k4-26 FEEDS We specialize in stcd corn. Farmers Cash Feed and Seed Co. Phone 12'. 13p kl-lb For Sale: CORN delivered to you. W. T. Rilcy, New Madrid, Mo. 21-pk-4-19 LIVE STOCK For Sate: 1 Jersey HEIFER with calf 8 days old. Apply Hayncs 1 Men's Shop, 206 W. Main. Call 211 27cktf FOR RENT THREE room furnished apartment. 1013 W. Walnut. Miss Eiise Moore. Scktf Hocins wiih or without board, steam lieal, hot vvalcr, reasonable rates. Phone 234. Kite Price Gro. 20ck4-23 UNFURNISHED 4 room apartment, balh. Plione 327; night 55. 23cktl BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6-ck-tf FURNISHED bed'oom, 1017 W. Walnut. Mrs. Ed Hardln after 1 P. M. STKONfi-AHM U. , WD , T VAtV ISLL fAt VOUR "FRIEND B001HBY LEFT TOR CERTNNLV EVERY NOTE ON TH VUXDPLt MAGIC HARP DRYING, TO PUT YOU TfA PEOPLE TO INVEST A TEW WOTTAONE.' . SPOOOooV.' SAVE I CAN'T YOUR woFrmess BUT SPELL ON GOLD ^^^^4t J so A-KTER ON,1VAEV YJ1U. 'BE THOUSANDS? MOW,IF \ OOWT GEY A DINOSAUR. ON ^w NecK, COrAPUCATK I C/\N GET OUT OF THIS MESS; UGGO MY NECK.VA LUNKHEAD Billy Sunday's. Kin Will Wed ND HER BUDDIES WASH TUBBS f-)€DRO A*IP HIS SHEEPHERDERS, WAIT u f OR IKE APPOHTtO HOUR . BEFORE ATTACK!HC HG 6utSTS, SUSPECT NOTHIMG. grandson cjf TJilly Siniil;iy, rd evnn , trail. Yminr. Kuiulny is shown liore ivitii his finuccc. ]\liss Dorothy Evelyn B;iriick of I"r;niciaca. .-s LhoK tnlkctl over their planH lu LOP Angeles. ! -jpHE DAV OF THK F/i.<E IttKiDIT RAID ARRN6S. U WE BUfJK HOUSE IS PESE^TED-TllE COWBWS PJDDEM OFF "iuvr^shDi.-/ TO BE GONE AUSJW MEANWHILE, FOUR HARD HOMBKES FROM THE BAD LAUDS DASM \tAUOUT Of ft Cf»M'i'ON,-D'.i;/XpJi HUE IIUPRO1ECTED RAMCH lOinrJ SYMPATHETIC SAM! Peach of a ar 'At Apple Fete WOULD3P,? «(=>/. Olil'i. ' LOOKIT THPCT StRD OV6S. «EiR.e.i i peeu scxifty ND HIS FRIENDS WHAT DID YOU SEE IM THERE, ft MAV BE A P)PE, ALL RIGHT, BUT I DON T BELIEVE THAT'S VVkERS THE CHL WENT. W> CMS COU'.D TAP THAT TAHK WITHOUT BEINX3 DISCOVERED- IT'S NEVER BEEN DONE BEFORE PROVING HOW THt OIL WEIJT, DOEGMT P20VE WHERE IT VVEUT! Yo-JH DISCOVERY A DEI EOT WE V/OPkED ON A MURDER MYSTERY R)3 MONTHS, AND ALL HE COULD "" " " ", CRIME COMMITTED: No R5otit«? SAY, YOU'RE GONWA HAVE A TOUGH TIME BEUEVC THAT !! OM,rJCT60TOLWH! I HAVE THE EVIDENCE WRAPPED UP, RIGHT [MTHIS LITTLE BOX' THERE ARE A LOT OF TOMS BEING DOME 'THAT COULDN'T OE (XJN'E, OIL WENT ........ SOMEONE TAPPED INTO 1H6 Ci\ TUERE'S A TMaEE-i PIPE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TAKiK .' Ic ktt Visitors (• (lie Apple Hlossom Festival al \Ylucliesler, V,i.. in May are in tor a double treat. Tint's liecausa twins, for tlie first lime, have been chosen as rn'ln- cesscs. They arc lovely Alice and Grace Rowcll (»t>ovo), lionor eludents it Stat« T«tcher= College at Farm^llU. V».

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