The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 21, 1934
Page 5
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.FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1934 BLYTHEVILLB. (AU.V, COUUKt SECTION- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rale per iir.c lor consecutive Insertions: (Hvc average was to a line) One time per llnu Tiro times per line per day .. •/hree times per Ita' per day .. £ix times per lice per day .. youth, rate per line Minimum '.targe 50c AOs ordered IOT uirec or ax times and Mopped before expira- L-on will be charged tor (he m tier ol times the wi appeared adjustment of bill made. • All Classified Advertising copi submitted by person residing out- tie ol tbc city r/ust be accompanied by catli. Rates may be c«sily computed Irora above table. No responsibility will be tanen 101 rno.-e than one incorrect insertion ui any clarified ad. AaverLiiiu;; oideud lor »r insertions take the one r»le. room lurnlsiied apartment, 110, f n l|. rtnr I[ ri vp. W Ash. Mis. uozie Mich, lick-it | Elector UfgCS For Rare Stamps ,IODi.'«N 3 room furnished upaii-j inent. Close In. Cull 510. luc ki: NICELY lurnlslieu uparlmem, 209 W. Kentucky Avc, Call ffli. • M-ck-m I'lllLADEU'IHA tUl') — A plan slnmr.i> Is .ijftii by" a Philadelphia H. L. Lhuquist, ;us one ot dlim;v 01 the Itccord Stamp Club. icrMilp, oncl carrying n "Collectors constantly arc uelns hl« reproduction. Tlic dupcrt by slanij) counterfeiters." I would bo sold will) Ihc ilnmp." he mM. "It Is Increasingly dlili-j /or own experts 10 ten « Crowes Delaware 2,681 FURNISHED be(V001H, 1011 \V Wuinut Mis, Ed llardln alter J'. AI. Nicely fwnlshert cool 1045 W. Walmil. Phone 11V ad-k-D-4 INGRAM npaiimem, Unit, water furnished. Apply I. R. Park- Inirsl. BUSINESS iMKECTORY COUNTV WORKtRS UNICW Court House Monday, 7:3» p.m. For mtn, women uvcr lii ?1 ptr year Ask us aboul the Hagcn Honey Center Oolf Balls. Tncy're Keller, liubbard Hirdware Co. 5ck5-= Soy Beans and Peas wilt be bird to Him n«t month. Buy now (com Hubbard Hardware Co. HOME REPAIRS: Steps, floors, KTWDS, wall paper, paint, etc. ANIIM1TE for Termite control E. V. ROBINSON LUMBER tO. PHONE 10« Mr«. J. J. D»vls, bpenctr Corsetierc 2Cc tXPEBT Typewrittr and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. WW tmhip, 116 E. R«B. C»U 1E5-J. FOR SALE totton" Seed: Kowden Blj Boll No. 2880 for thin land; ateo Stonc- villc No. 1. $«^» per hundred. Man-in Kobinsen, 310 K. Main. 1 Large Pop Com and Peanut Roaster in pci-fei-L condition and as gcocl as new. Very clieap. Phone C3, Hayll, Misiourl. Gilbert's Grocery & Market. Op-ko-0 :iblc. Iclzed trip, vcro'B ride, in l>U(ory. Yoik-ClcveUnrt »lr i-outc fly over r*e Utenlve Ch*k Drt«4 PHILADELPHIA lUP)— All Ed- . where Die rtyer divides Wnmyl- No* coinos H. 1>. liUUi-, United jar Allen poe cruir.of literature Air Unes' pilot, who Just its 2,000th flight ovi'r the vatiU and New •Jerwjr. l.s being urged at th* .University of Lltllo, who luui 6,600 hours fly- wnre, on Ihc New Vork-Clevobnd Ing experience, begin his uerlal BchLnz of the unlwnlty. In mak- ImHut'.ou rare "A solulion Timei Ere Ntticed iwitc, with a claim tion. Trawlers on the threc-;nile-n ing the buegc-stlfHi, proposed that career 15 ye»rs sgo. He *»s one of Ihc llrst pilots otl Ux Dttro|t- the clwlr be filled by Arthur Hob- Ocvrlnnd and Cteveland-Ntw York college ol his. now every slump ot great rarity s«l>lie tost collections or i:ue I:OSHBS (professor of English. complete pcrilKiic.lWnshlnetoii crossed the Delaware Mumps In thp United Stilus, made first ;iiunial| thinviug ll.s past- history and own OUT OF THK FRYING I'AN— OURBOARDING HOUSE (MGONrift FORfiWE VOO VERVUHNG.' YEZZlR.' NEX.T TO MG, AIL MOO 15 VOURS TO COMMAND.' IHANKO.OOP.FOR FEEL THKT WAV.CUZ 1 rievjER CHD KHOW WHAT n WAS N.L TO MAKfc AN IN SWWA.OW CAN SET M^VBOOVS TRAFFIC TICKET •R'K.ED.'-^HAS /X XMN3> \_\KE. A TRACTOR .'——I "RErv\EhA"E£R THE TIME YOU TUlEt) TO SMOOTH A POUCE TAS "FOU WENNESSY^-YES-~~YOU AND TWE vSU'CXoE \VERE.CDV.VE6E ; _ Tx> MvSvTWNe) TOR UH WEEK, HE CORKED -YOUTWREE THE CSUG 1 SUM'S IH' 'SICONO TME S'CW S.'WED fAV UFE.' I DON'T 1HINK. YOU'RP SUCH BAD GU\' BEDROOM lor 1 or 'i gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut, St. Call 451. Gc MODERN ^ room fumisliet ROOM & BOARD KOOOJS with or without board, strim heal, hot water, reasonable rates, Phone 23», Hile Price Gro. AUTOMOTIVE A Savings Accomnt With U» On Everything 'or (lie Automobile llubbard lldw., Automotive Dep» 1'honc 47G BftBV IS tNOOGH TO PUK.V ' OOTA THIS TREE, IF HE , OOP -WHAT lO'VftS'WSE IS 1 COIN' OM DOWM WERE ? SUMPIH SCftREO OUR DINOSftURS Auto Glass All Kinds The Ark-Mo lumber Co. 10ck5-10 New Forii Batteries Uenlal - ItctharEinc - He]iairiuK -7 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 2Cc -TO MARKET, TOT3UY REAI, ESTATE Karma for sale— 10"°- duwh liulunce like rent Ethel Thompson, Carulhersvllle, Mo. ll-pk-5-11 IT LOOKS FUNNY! WANTED 'i'O BUY BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES We bt«y Clvkkeus and Eggs, i-st prices paid. Utlc 1'rlce Ovo eery. Phone 234, 111 E. Main. ill; <3tV TW VUsOE VtR Wrttti TV.' VKN OW.VKO — TOTWO , Kt WTO DOK>^T CKCK WN«T Mt WVWCUV-Tib , HI6HT • ^1 VEOPi-t-IteWti .SBJ65WC. 0V EM. Wt'HE TOO 1ATE I UViE 'EM~-T.r\ -, VWOtR TW* Also buy hiaes, Srass, co[)pcr, lead, etc. \Volt Avian, 1'lione E. Main, Black Kid GLOVE, white trimmed. Size 6 3-4. Owner moy have same by calling at this olficu and paying for this ;«t. WANTED TO KENT Wanted May 1st: two-bedroom house. No children. Slate location and nionllily rental- "X" Courier News. 17pk20 POSITION WANTED lilUGUT IDEAS'. WASH TUBBS '(VK'RE'KIOT QUITTER? OBO'H'WS A V40N6V. /SAV! 'Art A /fiiRC, AHP'THEV P.1C.HT. IHtV \/ BACKT6 THE Sf i Pte&eut WU8LED SAME PLACE. THEN, CAME FROM \ SINCE WE LtTT THEIR TRAIL ANP OVER BV \ OXJLDNT LEARN WHERE THEV WEUT, TW BADLAMDS.IV LET'S FINO OUT WHERE THEV CAM£ FROM. Setttal white woman wants job as T STANOST'ReASOMTHEMXCBE GOING SOUTH, -TH6V? BUT LOOK At THEIR TRACKS, VMS THEY CAME FROM /" THE WEST. housekeeper or practical nurse. Experienced, Mrs. E. E. Heincy, Luxora, Ark. 18j)k21 EAStCR TO FOLLOW GOIM' TP A. HOCO-UP THA^4 ROKtNlH' Will Provide U. S. Flag of paint each :;priny. OLD MAM AWSRILV ORDtREO WASH AND CA3V BACK10 Tl^E RAMCH, HE HAD NO IDEA THEY WOULD STAS' OMLV LC«j E.kJOOCiH TO GET BlAMKETSflND POOD SALESMAN SAM T«' HUH? W,V,SH.£ — AM' SHE'S«\tc(JocK- ouT OM W SCALES I. ij h B&TTef?JM 2-5O, V'LU DO ^frx CAIPOO IF I •SLAP ABOUWO WHILE FER. TH 1 LAST RcxJWO-UP SHEET I CAOOSIC THK CONQUKUINC; JiKKO! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Men's Fancy Rayon 1'laited Kosc. ' Wo Pay $2 p^ ton [or g cril p i rou . Imperfect, 1C pairs SLOO. Postpaid. Snllsfiiclion Oimrantvcil. Kconouiv Ifcslery Co.. Aslicboro, N. O. Feeds, Hour, Groceries & Meats at Best Prices. We Deliver. Phone 234, Rile Prkc Grocery. Be t5-0 POULTKY & EGGS Vic will pay lUu per pound for heavy HENS. B. T. Worthy, 315 E. Slain. Uck6-14 BABY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Cer. Wo. S3 TOR RENT With Fresh Coat of Paint DUXUUBY. Mass. (UP)- — Still bubbling with patriotism, a Civil War veteran, back in 1871, painted an American flag on tho .side of ;i torn sheii. The vctctiin, George Lewis gins, died in 1907, but under his will the l>:ig i.s given, a ircsli coal Two room furnished apartment bnth and garage, reason- 1601 \ycst Aib. Ai the time of HiyginV the Hat' had 4(i stara. His — jMiss Sara li. Higgias, 78, TWO room FURNISHED apart- the lust two stars, one for Arizona mcnl, 700 W. Walnut. 19-uk-lf ami nnc lor Oklahoma. Q.0 s EUJ IP w^p M itro v O(/ DAN THOMAS GEORGE SCAR80 NEWS ' FLASH!! JEREMIAH : SCUTTLE ! OVER- i TAKEN I BY THE. ! LAW!! 1 YES,SR...THEY CAUGHT MR.SCUTTtC Kof?MING,>BOARDING A BOAT... H6 i V/AS 1M AH AV/FUL HURRY! H6XL PROS- I ABtY GET ABOUT SIXTEEN YEARS...AMP TO LIKE TO S6E HIM DO THAT ItJ A HUPSY ! AN' MERE'S TH' FELLA < A*,06SIE...THAr V/ASNT 6UPR3SED TO VVIIO CAUGHT HIM YOU JGET /&&*&'• OWE T>E SHERIFF CREDfT:.. GUYS! WETCX.D7VE < HETJXWALLTHE CHANC6S.-BESICES, SHtXFP V/IIERE M6 N. IT MAY GET HIM A PROMOTION...AND • TOOJ3HT SCUTTLE MIGHT ) IF I HAD DOWS IT, IT WOUDM T BE-AND. SURE ENOUGH,^. HAVE M^A^^• A TWISXj TO HE v*s! } : l, ANYONE; IT...\WRE ALWAYS TALKlUs! ELSE IN Tt«.vW W*S SUOOEML>' STRICKEN IT PROBABLV WOULD BE Sl< OK EIGHT W£EKS B6FOBS Y<30P FIND FT OUT ,'.' CIMKVN..HE WONT '- HAT

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