The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, April 9, 1934
Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 9, 1984 BLYTH1VILLB. (ARK.)] COURIER CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per tine ror consecutive insertions: (Five average vroros to a line) One time per llnu .......... Joe Two times i»r line per day .. Otic Three times per lln • per day . . 06c Six times pet line per day .. Obc li'onth r*te per line .......... We Minimum -Jurgc 50o AOs ordered lo: tlirce or iix times and stopped before expiru- L'on will be cJiorgtc for the uum- IW.T ol Umi's tlie ad appeared ana adjustment ol bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by perso.'is residing out- tide ol the city Bust be accompanied by cash. Rates may be computed frnm above table. No responsibility will Be taken 101 more than one incorrect insertion ol any classified ad. Advertising oideicd ror irreiju- jir insertions lafcp the cue tune tatt. BUSINESS JMUKCTORY L. G. MGL.S, Undertaker Ambulance Service Pnone 3o WEAR-EVER aluminum is better and costs no more. Sola exclusively at, Hubbard Hardware Co. B-ck-4-5 We spccialiic in 1'loor Sweep Special kmil* for special floors llublurd Hirdware Co. 120 Ut-U Mrs. J. J. Davis, I 1 hone 421 Spencfr Cor>etiere 20c k4-26 EXl'EKT Typewriter and Addtoi Machine Repairing. II. S. Blank ciishi[>, 116 E. Kcie. Call 165-J. 22clc4-22 Nice brown round reed BABY BUGGY. 640 Lake S',. SpktO ONE BARBER CHAIR CHEAP. Airs. M. W. I.-CC, Joiner, Ark. Kj) k4-J2 POULTKY & EGGS FURNISHED bedroom, 1017 W, Walnut. Mrs. Ed Hardln alter 6 P. M. ic ktl FOB SALE 1 large Pop Corn unrl Peanut Roaster in perfect condidon and a.s good as new. Very cheap, Phone 13. Haytl. Mistoiiri. Gilbert's Grocery & Market. 9p-kS-9 Feeds, Flour, Groceries & Meals nl nest Prices. We Deliver. Phone 234, Rite 1'ilce Grocery, Oc kS-S SALESMEN WANTED N'O UNEMPLOYMENT, wage cuts, l:iy oils or hnrrt times for J?aw- Iclgh Men. rfawleigh City Dealers sold more Products diirinu 1933 than ever before. The Rawlcigh Industries gave thousands steady work at good profits. A few more Industrious men wanted to conduct Rawlcigh Home Service Routes !n the City ot Blythcville and other available Districts nearby Mr. Peel and Mr. Stewart, Company Representatives, will be at the Nobel Hotel Tuesday, April 10th nfler 1 PM. If interested call KM sec them personally for full details. WANTED WANTED—Clean Rags, fret of buttons. No pants or heavy underwear accented. Courier News. d h tl WANTED TO BUY We buy Chickens nnd Eggs, highest prices paid. Rite Price Grocery, Phone 2.14, 111 E. Main. 9c k5-9 We Pay $2 per ton for Scrap Iron. Also buy Mies, brass, copper, lead, etc. Wolf Arian, Phone 176, 128 E. Main. 26ck4-26 Want to buy all kinds Used House hold Goods, Stoves. Highest Cash prices. Leighton's Second Hand Store. 320 K Main. 10pk4-10 FEEDS We specialize In strt corn. Farmer: Cash F«d ana Seed Co. Phone 1M- ]9p k4-l Frrsh CBJS daily. I!. I. Red setting rgfs. rfcknnl Store. 1(M4 Chirka- sawba. . . 8p k4-ll For Sale: CORN delivered to you. W. T. Riley, New Madrid, Mo. 2t-pk-4-19 LIVE STOCK . BAHY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Ect each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY iiatcliery Code Cor. No. 86 AUTOMOTIVE For &lle: 1 Jersey HEIFER with calf 8 days old. Apply Haynes Men's Shop, 206 W. Main. Call 211 27cktf Sir Walter Scott also was known as tile "Border Minstrel." S(:irl \ Savings Account With Us On Everything for the Automobile llulibanl Hdw., Automotive Dept. I'lionc 470 Phone Anlo Glass All Kinds Icslalled The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. JOc BATTELUES New Foul Batteries Kcntal - Rcchareinff - Rcpiirinf C'7 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 26c k4-2C KEN!' Rooms with or without board, steam lic;il, hoi ivalcr, reasonable rates. Phone 231, Rite Price Gro. BEDKOOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6-ck-tf ttianac: reaches mouth, ofl Missis fij^M tween. Announcement We are proud to advise our customers that our service department is, now in charge of Mr. George Disinger George needs no introduction to the automobile trade of Blytheville and will appreciate having his many friends come to see him, We v arc striving to give the public better service all of the time. SHOUSE-LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. not worried nuont It. i know my Mrs. Piccard Anticipates June Stratosphere Flight r D -.~. ,. v ..,^« HUUUI. u. in Know my WILMINGTON, Del. uiw-Mn,. two children ,,,e ,„ ,, 0(xl nil , ul s Joan !•. Piccnrd, who inlands to " nuke u stralosplK-re trip wiih her iiKband next June, upparcntly ' ns no fear ol (he flight. my husband;. slle „,„. "There | lnt( . oll Irom „ „„ „„,„. rally ls»l ,,,,, dl rf,,,,^,. ailt| MmML^ssi,,,,, ( .. ll)y , n Jlmc 'I'm (rhicl lo lie able to be wlth'said »'hilc I'm EOIIC." Mrs. Plccard, considerable wilting lo mannginj. OUR BOARDING HOUSE '«!• HIV nnxlo'.is lo avoid hiiV' to limd in ilu- oreim," .sue vx- First F. D. R. Was Sent to President miIh will Ue H new experience for mo, iiinl I'm talking lorw.uil 10 II." to Fninklln D, Roosevelt.- The mcd»to, three Inches In cH- nnintcr. h&vc been cwt lor 1 well president since tworw Washing- ln " Mode of bronre, they carry each. i0 ) U r Rabbit fur, genmniy , Imported, 1» »s«d for making felt for hats. DIFKKHENCKS FORGQTTBN! v AW,GUSTAVE-LETS TRY ^fe^ -TUfe TlrAE, BIT, ,'AU\ ( (_AR<S>0--mEN . _ DOWN INTO A Jl'NOU SWAMP, LOOKED IK TUS GRIP OF A DOOGHV ANlftQONI5T, AVLE ' COP COMPASiCmiEW S<WE5 W5 tNEMV FROM S.WC OM ft UT1LE ISLftNO.HE'SEES WIOTHER riGURE COME PIUNGING DOWN INTO THE WWEfi. THINKING IT TO GE FOOZV. HIS PA\., AILEV OOP tWUNTLESSLV GOE5 TO HIS m-SCUL : ,ONLV TO FIND IT TO BE HI'.! \\K\tQ ENEMY, KING GUZZU MONARCH OF MOO- \ WASTED ALL EFFORT, AN' THEN IT TURNS OUT ree GRRRRftR-/ Eft 60NNA BUST VOU PU1TIN' TrAui* ) I tsER^ TO ^ TH* DOOR.h'OW.N s — OLD TOW-HORSE "BILL VERY \LL '^^THPOTTtE tXWN ON d IN A "BAR<=.E ON THE EKIE CANAL / VOICE WHISKERS "REBELLION OUT INJ \ - -' AND WAS WEAT5 GOOD TVRANNOSAURUS.ff ^CTli ^^^^i?l^ BEFORE THE DOOK GAVE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A STARTLING DISCOV KRY I o^4 WR O'JT, Ht^ 0«AV, MtTOt'. I BtKVVN TWV. A W6H-HMWEO 100 BAD HE H*O 10 T1NO OUT VT's fcVL WBOtH , ff HE FOR. \T - BOT.AtTO* , A BROWEV4 THAT 6 WHAT « COM1WG TO , HW5ti'T SWXJta WM OUT • - ^VJT- Tl. ^-. ." f.(t. ^A 1 ,^*^^- S^g&ZZfylggF* ' WASH TUBES 1'ANDEMONIUM! ^uP^Ws^ 5 ^y. -it-% r\"iK:r>o UMU.L»>JV*J IS SELLIH5 AT ONCG. HEM HE TURUS AMD R|.\tJS WITH THE RESH tHE BANDITS FIRE A FEW AT HIS HEEL? «ALMl.V RIDE AWAY. , TJHE SUEST5 ARE WE6PIMO AMO TWICKlty. OU> MAM RiveftS IS- SPEECHLESS Koeop» KNOWS BXACTLV SALESMAN SAM WELL . SOW, IT Looks ( AS IF YOU'RE STOPPED! ' MAYBE T-'ERE IS A PIPE / T HAVE AM TAPPED 1MTD TWAT LAME } IDEA! COULO I TANK, BUT MOW ARE YOU < BORROW TW£ GOING TO P uD CXJT WHERE ) SMOkE FROt't THE PIPE G069 ? YOU CAN'T DIG A TRENCH AI>V5 TRACE It! -THAT SMOX6- STACK FOR ABOUT TWENTY MINUTES ? SOUWDS LlkE A ONE-BRAIN-CELL IDEA! WWAT IM THE WORLD tx> YOU WAKIT WTTH IT? L'M ASKIMG IS THAT VOU FCRCI ^^3r&£$ffi7r'i' MOKE WTO TOE TbP OF TNAT EMPTY «^^^^>? « 5JTII IT 1=1 CII I en uimj cu^^t^ SSSSr 1 ^'s- ALL I'M THE SfiOKE TAVJX UNTIL IT IS FILLEO WITH SMOKE...'. f=srq-.-^ 'TOE SI/OKE WILL HAVE TO COME -^Sy - . OUT SOVEVAJEfcE... AW& I HAVE A 1!US,'C1! IT WILL LfT/.'/E ' L'M PER GROUND PIPE .' [ THEN Alt UL HAVE TO Oo, MR.HEIL/IS sitowToP OF ) WEIL..IIL Be A HILL M£> V¥to MV BYSS ) COW-knckSO BY THE SMOkE COMES UR WILL 96 THE PLACE OIL HAS BE6M GOlMc "

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