The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 14, 1934
Page 7
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SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1934 •LYTfflCTTLLl, (Alt) OOU1H1 plWI »Aug mt SECTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per .me lor consecutive Insertions: (Five average woros to » line) One time per Itnu JOc Two limes per !ine per day .. OUc '.Three times per Ito; per day .. 'QSc r.ix Uiues per line per day ., Ooc tfoiith rate per Uni: 60c Minimum entree 60c Ads ordered to: tnree or times and stopped beiore explra- l-iui will be charges for 'he number of times the ad appeared uno adjustment ot bill made. Ah Classified Aiiveitislug copj submitted by perso;is residing out yde of the city rfuit tie uccom panied by cash. Rates may be easily computed Irruii above table, r;o responsibility will be taken MI more than one incorrect insertion ul auy cla&.'.iied ad. nUm'lisnitf OLU?ILU ror irreuu.- .ur ingenious uxi 1 tin; one tiiue IBlf. FURH16HED beoroom, 1011 W- wuinui &Ut. tu ukioiii iuier o M. ic ku <l«ly furnished cool bedroom, Itrto W. Wfllnul. 1'aaiK 111 ;NGRAi4 aparunelil, Fieat, wuter furiMicd. Apply- 1. ft. Pa mrsl. iOc BEDROOM for 1 or 2 genllem'eh, Ml W. Walnut St. Call' 451. 6C k'5-6 dustrial demand. Pyr^i rins amiz- jric«tmg. A'reil ' cd Ui 1 .' world by it* accbftiplUh- j incuts ut Indianapolis Specdwty, I .Itivitie curs nearly 1000 miles V/}lh no oil. nyiiife alrplahes & Minutes .viitiout oil, savhip »5J6o amiually in iubricalioii ' cost at bh'e flour mill. Highly indorsed rjy leadhn; labovfttoiies und Five PrevcnUoh Bui-cau. Pyroil added to oil a»d gas makes meUl Belf lub- . Co. 5'iW Main, WANTED-a job. THUCK ER wants petnianttU not drink. Reference Advise wlim you hav )**;. Up to tyVjilshtd, i-e, H. t. CA- Still While Went Huntih Ht.'AUMONT, 'Its. IU!') fly's doiie u-lmiilliiij," osplnliicd a 13-year-bld fmmier -Iniy nlYd his i5-y'Ciif-6M StstcV \vhcu federal uivnts fonnn them onctMUig HOOM & BOARD IluiKnis »ath « vrlthont bo»rd,stei«rrl, hot «aler, rf»»n»We rutrs, i'hore ZM, Kite Frire <iro. 29C uul led- theiit In Cliaiic whlfc )w! went- In .seaVch of l-iuibUs. the iils, vvlw srtxfd llie i\tll..75n julloiis uf iriash iml J3 gAlloils of lily made whisky. sMrt lliu boy und ttlrl wi>rt the youngest lill ojitralois Inc'y hud ever nr- reslt'd. Both chlldreli nhrt tbolr rallu-r wciv tlmvutd willy mnhuiiii'imlng iliiiior wlthohl ii license. *6ir' ftived Pair J/ALLKY PALLb, N. Y. (UP)—A jHT"iiuildo(; suvcd ills' nUiitcr and mistress, Mr. mid Mis. Nelson l)u Hi'suc, fioin iiossibk; death when 'Hri! swept tliclr home. The anl- mnl liimjed on Du rtesne's anus Mmll lie awoke. Du l-Vesiio iirpus- W his wife und Hie three lied (o ill* «lVt!ct. ' Sl5,Sl5 rknidM M Aid ClilCAbo (U^J-Tri Rumber of resident fainilles In Illinois recelv- m« aid {tort numbered 211,615 funds — _..,-._ -during the mohlh bf MaVch, ifcbVdlng to fl^ufes Issued today by Ihe stale c'melig'clicV commission. BUSINESS DIRECTORY Start A Savines Account WHh Us On Kverylhint for , the AitumoMIe Htibbard Hdw,, AnUmollve Dept. Fhone 1:6 Phone JUto GUa AH Kvnis Instilled The Art-Mo IJunber Co. 10c k4-l BATTEKIKS HUME REl'AlItS: Slep5, floors, sci'tens, wall paper, paint, etc. A.S'ilMITl; for Termite cunlrol E. C. KOBINSON LUMliKR CO. JIW L. G. MOSS B)yllievil!c's Cut Rate Undertaker 10-ck-5-lo WJiAH-EVEll aluminum is better and costs no more. Solo, cxciu- bireiy ul Hubbard Hardware Co. 5c k5-5 We specialize in Floor Sweeji Special kinds [or special floors llulibard llirdw^rc Co. Mrs. J. J. navU, Phone «l Spencer Corsclierc 26 c R4-26 EXPEKT TjpcHTitir and Addint Maelune Itciulriug. V. S. lUahK cnibJ]), 11G L. Ko^c. Call 165-J. 22Cki-22 Mew fvin JUatteries itcnut - Kecmutu)£ 1 lirtii d; BAi'i'tiiY b) •OK Farms for sale— 20% down Balance like rent Elhel Tnompson, CarumersvUle, -Mo. 11-pK-D-ll We liny Ciilckens and isl unccS paio. hile luce cvry, I'hone S44, lit K. .ilain. !)c ka-9 We Pay'si per ton for Scrap Iron. Also bliy hides, Srass, copptr, lead, etc. Woli Arikn, Fiione 17b, l^a E. Maui. FOR SALE Ladies' Beautiful Silk Hose. Good Irregulars, 3 pairs $1.00, Postpaid. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Economy Hosiery Co., ASUC'JOIO, N. C. Black Kid GLOVE, WJtc tiiinmed. Bize 6 3-4. Owner ihn'y have same by calling at tnls Oliice and pay!lit; for this ad. 1 I.inge Pop Com anrt Peanut Roaster in jierfcct condition anrt as good as new. Very cheap. Phone 6S, llayti, Missouri. Gilbert's Grocery >£ Market. Op-k5-0 Feeds, Flour, Groceries & Meats at Best Frkes. We Deliver. Phone 231, Kite Frice Grocery. 9c k5-9 fcfefcy k Tii'c dilldrun said their ftrt'd Courier rieM Wani A0(. OIJK BOARDING HOUSE TAUNTED fofe fed > "lUfefefe VOU UKTE, AH — VJAS AlFAWe3US <OTF T>AY HE WAS ON YOU SMART YOUR TH\tV< KkiAL KSTAXE 6M> r>Jltt TO - MfrSC* 'Cash Feed and Seed Co. I'hont ' ! 19p For Bale:' CORN delivered to you. W. T. Riley, New Madrid,.Mo. SALESMEN WANTED ARK VOU T11E MAN? Available — permanent, prontable factory distributorship connection with Pyroil Co., P:YROIL~lhe super-lubricant. (Pal. U. S.-Csnada). Nationally advertised for years in Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman, WASH ttiBBs THUMWS DOWN ON WASH AN!) KASY! WHAT we etc. Continuous increasing consumer, service station, garage, iii- EM 6f\CKTO.TH6\ RANCH. APACHi:-. WOMT HAVE'EM. Tt-tAT MOOK- NOSEO l6^0R^MtJS Hf^ CAUSED ENOUGH TROUBLE ) DON'T HAVE FOLi-OV) NOTCAIL FIRST. FlfifiER.NOW, THAT ;tV!tY-ruRWEb I* ONE p THSSE ci^^NCTJf, BUT "THiRE'S NO T6LLIN6 W<H ON6. c;of« WITH us. eeuwfi SOME HEADtN 1 PER MEXICO, A mcd^rn iiorn'e hi good 6 or 7 rooms in or Itijt of towh. Larjc space for , gtrden and . llave n6 cliil- NICELY furnished apartment, 209 W. Kentucky Ave. Call 672. 14-ck-il Box 376 or 'phone 7W or Vill SuptrioV Coal t'o's office. lliit'c room apurtnient, unfumislicd, over Kiiby bru?. F. Simon. Phone 784. SALESMAN SA»I EXPECTS TOO MUCH! I VfcTVc.6.0 See. -StCHl IM tW VCIlJDOO) UfWe. ooesw'T coST DAN THOMAS GEORGE SGARBO HAftOLD i.UOYb USEp TO PORTRAY 'OLD MHN FRECKLES AND UK FRIENDS Ct.KARJNG THINGS IM'! Bt)T 7UE 6«. WELL . HE THdUGHt HE WA<5 TO OWN,Tll«N£b OUT TO BE BUT A HOLE IK) HIS OWN Pfffe I S ,«.L VER^ ClfeiR ia ^6 WHAT SO HE BOUGHT THE PLACE TWO BER3RC HE COOL.D HAVE T/WEM T BACK PROM MRS.COOX...HE DJOWT WAIT, BECAUSE HE V/AG XkKRAiD.rr V/AS WORTH A KXJTUNE AW> HE DIDNT WANT SoMEOVlE Et-SE .r-^r^S^ TO SEAT-HIM TO rr! y - - =5^-- THAT BlJPPttfeP *E OlUtoR HfS PW>S. V/AS Mlr4'E Ati6 I CAkfr LAUCH •OFF GALLONS OP on.'. BCJTtLE/'' 'PlPE.LNDeRGCWJNb.tb Sfelfe OIL TANK..AUD WE'S few V1EWA5 S(J AlL-FIREO AWXIbpS TO BUY TH£. 1'OULTKY & EGGS I want to buy your liens, all ccpt Hie Icalioni type. B. T. Worthy. 315 Eiist ii/xmTcHrcKS All Varieties. Custom hutching solicited. Bet each Tuesday, hatch ea\:h Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Ccr. No. 8u TWO housekeeping rooms, bath, $2.50 per week. 914 Henrn 14-pk-lO TWO room furnisjieci a|KUtnie'nt 622 W. Mull). Call 627W. H-ck-Vl

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