The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, April 16, 1934
Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1934 BLTTDVILLI, (AUL) COUMH flWI PAGfc FIVK CLASSIFIED SECTION - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per ane tor consecutive insertions: (Five average woros to * unc) .One time per line )3C .Two limes per line per day .. 08c i'/hree limes per lin? per day .. 06c i£ix times per line per day .. 06c Ivonth rate per Unc 600 I Minimum liiirge BOc ' Ads ordered for inrce or six I limos and stopped before exprra- ! fun will be cliargoo for the number of times the ad appeared ana adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- Kde of the city oust be accompanied by cash. Rales umy be eaflly computed frain above table, NO responsibility will be isseii loi more than one incorrect lii- • sertion of any clasilTiect ad. Advertising oraeuu ror irregu- .•r insertions uki' Uic one trine late. Niwly furnished cool bedroom, 1045 W. Walnut. Phone 111 ad-k-5-4 INGRAM apm-iinenl, heat, water furnished. Apply I. R. I'ark- hui-st. lOcktf BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6c k5-6 BOOM & UOAKD Room's with or without board, sttani l».il, hot water, reasonable rates, I'uor.e 234, Kite Price Gro. AUTOMOTIVE Start A. Savlnjs Account With Us On Everylhinj; for the Automobile Hubbard Hdw., Automotive Dept. 1'honc 47 tl Phone For Sale: CORN delivered to you. W. T. Rlley, Ntw Madrid, Mo. 21-pM-W I'OSniON WANTED WANTED—a Job. TRUCK D1UV- EH wants permanent Job. Do not drink. Reference furnished. Advise wlml you have. H. L. Ca- k ey, Cooler, Mo. FOUND Black Klrt GIAJVE, white trimmed. Size 6 3-4. Owner may have same by calling at tills office and paying for this ad. MALE HKL1' WANTED Man wanted to supply customers with ruinous Walking Product!) lii Dlythevllle. Business established, earnings nvorage 125 wed stalls Immediately. Write Wmklus Company, 70-86 W. low Aviv, Memphis, Tenii. Wished, ly, i>ay J. R. V. lown Surrey's Pet Duck Still Herald of Spring i WASHINGTON, D. 0, IUI')-A J'dir It broke ail its former records for nn early return. H came bnclc to Us Ni'Uruska bnvu root on H'b. 4. turned lo F. J. K«lkr, proprleto of tlic Rainbow's End Gome Ue fiige. Her number was 555,414, bu flic was given a second after he first bund became very worn He Sun rnya most lu-altli giving linvc L\ wave length of Iroiu '280 to 320 millionth:! purl ot n meter and nrc Invisible lo Hie naked duck, banded by 111 10-1 killed all over OUR BOARDING HOUSE liv Alien? BUSINESS DIRECTORY HOME KKI'AIRS: Steps, floors, screens, wall paper, paint, etc. AN'IIMITE for Termite tuntrol E. f. ROBINSON LUM.1SEU CO. I'liOSE 101) L. G. MOSS Blythevillc's Cut Hale Undertaker WEAR-EVEU aluminum is better and cos Is no more. Sola exclusively at Hubbard Hardware Co. 5c k5-5 We specialise in Special kinds for Hubbard I Floor Sweep special lloors Co. 12c M-ll Mr*. 421 J. J. Davis, rhonc Spencer Corsctierc 2(ic k4-26 EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Rcpairins. U. S. Blank eaship, 116 E. Rose. Call 1G3-J. 22CM-22 FOR SALE Auto Gliss All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. IOC k4-10 BATTERIES New Ford Batteries ItoiiUI - Rffharfinj - Kepalrinc ~'l T1UE & BATTEIIY STATION 2IJC k4-2t> REAL ESTATE Farms for sale—20% down Balance like rent Ethel Thompson, Carullicrsville, Mo. ll-pk-9-11 TOLD WE \mr - 1 TO <S£T \N TOUCH WITH YOU,TO SEE ABOUT COOL\M6THCT TICKET I CbOT K5R SPEEDING, I—I'fA TO COME UP IN TRONT O'F THEY TELL ME \ OOD OUD -VAE AND 1 ARE UKE PRETZELS ANT) "BEER f—3U6T TEAPs UP TVAE T\CKET, MY NAAH 1 1 ABOUT/; \T, THE SAUT THAT T\CKET TOR NOD }-*-\\^S, <scrr fAop,E TOVJROPE! WANTED TO BUY We buy Chickens and EKS, hijh- est prices paid. Rite Trice Grocery, Phone 23!, Ill E. Main. 9c k5-S) We Pay f2 per ton for Scrap Iron. Also buy hides, brass, copper, lead, etc. Wolf Arian, Phone 116, 128 E. Main. 2Gck4-2ti SALESMEN WANTED 1 Large Pop Com and Penim Roaster in' perfect condition and as yooil as new. Very cheap. Phone 6:!, Hiiyti, MiSLOUil. Gilbert's Grocery A; Market. Op-k5-9 Feeds, Flrrjr, Grworics *t Meals at Brst Prices. We Deliver. Phone 231, Rite Price Grocery. 9c k5-0 POULTRY & EGGS We will pay lOc heavy HlSiN'S. B. E. Main. per pound for T. Worthy, 315 He k5-14 AKE YOU THE MAN? Available — permanent. profitable factor}' distributorship connection with Pyroil Co., manufacturers PYROIL — the super-lubricant. (Pat. U. S.-Canada). Nationally advertised for years in Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman Time, newspapers, trade papers, etc. Continuous increasing con- umer, service station, garage, industrial demand. Pyroil has ainaz- il Ulc world by its accomplish- noiHs at Indianapolis Speedway, driving cars nearly 1001) miles with 10 .oil,' ftyiner airplanes 35 minutes without oil. saving $5000 annually in lubrication cost at one flour mill. Highly indorsed by leading laboratories and Fire Prevention Bureau. Pyroil added to regular 011 and gas makes metal self lubricating. A real opportunity. Hurry! Pyroil Co. 5285 Main, LaCrossc, Wis. I5AKY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Sel cacli Tuesday, hatch each Wcancsuay. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Cer. Ho. »6 ~ FOR RENT MODERN 3 room furnished apart rnent. close in. Call 510. 16c kll TWO honsckl'cping rooms with bath, 42.50 per week. 914 Hearn. I4-pk-19 NICELY furnished apartment, 203 W. Kentucky Avc. Call 672. li-ck-21 Modern three room apartment unfurnished, over Kirby Drug. F. Himon. Phone 704. 14c ktf FEEDS We specialize in s«d corn. Farmers Cash Ftcd and Seed Co. #h 127. 13p k4-lb FURNISHED betroom, 1017 W. Walnut. Mrs. Ed Hardln after 5 P. M. lc kU DAN THOMAS - ORGE SCARBO PAWTOH 0^5 vrtswo OSKES |»T WILLIAM MM AW >>ROM HOME *TfH£.A«C>= 12 ANO BEOtME A UW SOCLES W AWNMEJOTA ILMB6S. OMP, , GOHWU' WS A PAiR.- OPH»B. MOTHER'S SPKT*CLK WlCH 9HE V.T*RSBfE«r TIME Hta. BCVE CAUS FOR. Survey _ anil used as n uiul Canada and nllliougli slic lins United Stales t" c "f ""Iguatlon is .A504,109. Keller "Spring liorald" known clear across seven ycurs escuped injury and nent cmill-lb hunters' It Is requested Hint It she is . ivutilnr velum. Thtscvcntnally shot, she ilcstrcs to mount Ihe bird bctaus* Of her history making performance. Read Courier News Want Adi. ALLEY OO1> r IRON JAW! HunUi - WAVE TUAMSFERRED A V.EKTVAEK, I GUESS MAVBE WE'RE FAR ; NOW MAVBE ENOUGH AWAV FROtA /WE CAN GRAB THOSE. DINOSAURS 7/us A umu= TO BE SAFE FOR f \ REST — A VJH1LE - SO VOU GUESS VOO'RE GONNA REST, HUH ? 1'LLSAV VXRE.VA BIG CHEESE, 'CAUSE I'M GONNA KNOCK YA SO COLD TH 1 7REE5 WILL BE FROSTBITTEN' OH, JU5 1 S^AflT SUMPII^' AN' SEE WHERE VA WIND UP.' Cr l & <tnjj1 M ."A -t M& SAY.' WHAT'S MOID IN' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES OK ALL THINKS! By Marti* WASH TUBES AMONCJ THE MISSING! ( V.HERC ARE THE BANDITS, SHERIFF?) \^ DIDN'T NOU CAPTURE THEM* BOV, 'AT'S APPREgATlW). Oi-D MAN RWERS WOMT EVEN HAVE US ALONG. f-(OC DARk. HO SiE tIM TRACKS. 6i\« UP. SET FOR THEM, MVWORD* VIE It OWE Up. # 1 FINDTRWL. /7/ *-Zf3^s&* tel&tftt.Z-.^ StBVKC. UK- T. • HEC. U S.^AT.WP. COMPHCAiTIONS ARISE!"* u«6,MTEMPTiN6 TO FOLLOW HC«I WiClE, RID6S IMTO PEVll's CAHVON.AND IS LOST SALESMAN SAM COI'I'INU THE COIN! C.'CAOM,MOW — wmprffc Vokw^is cvf FOUMO ft ww-r " yT OOV.LAR. on -w ^TRtET; «wi' I _^j/C CUAt^ ITS niM6.1 If —•—if E. ^i;'^;^ 1 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HIS DANDER IS Hi'! BY "WE SVAY. WWEPE Do YOU THINK OLD SCUTTLE HEADED FOR? IMAGINE THAT CXD RASCAL f>IG • GIKJG A OncH AND LAYING A PIPE SO THAT COULD DRAIN OIL FROM MY STbRAGS , TANK! FRECKlES.YOSJRf A CfiEAT BOY) FINO:MG WHERE. MY OIL V/A5 GO1WC V/AS A REMARk- ABLE JOB OF SLEUTH IWG ! DID IT TO i-EEP POP'S JOB FOQ HIM...APTER ALL, \VE DONT DO MUCH EAT- I KG WHEN HE 1SNT WORKING SAY HE B3A9DED A TRA'M FDR DANFOR7V? GREAT! VJE'LL GET A PLANE AMP SEE IF WE CAN HEAD HIM OFF... SJ OKAY! I'LL BE R'GHT OVER .' GEE.MR.HEIL, .T "^ V/ILL You J SORRY. MY LET ME CO / BOY. BUT /LONG / TUB IS A , MAN'S Joe By Blossej AMS «0 V.'AS THE OTHER, BUT I FtSUREP IT OUT: OKAY, I'LL SHOW HIM? ^

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