The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 23, 1934
Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1934 •LTOTVILl* (ABU, WXJM1 HWi KAGB nVX, *2} ."«•'-'• v SECTION - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION tor MOOEKN 3 room furnished ai^- mem. Close in. Call 510. l»c kit NICELY furnished W. Kentucky Avc. Coll 072. ^\ Switches Railroad Cars Daily rale per live Insciiloiis: IFlvc average wot as 10 a une> __ne time per linn )Jc T»o limes per line iter day .. 0<Jc Three limes per IIn! per clay .. Mo Six times per lire per day . "*" b, r»t« per line Minimum <:birge SOo Ads ordered to: liiree or si: times and slopped beloro cxplra l.un will be cliargcc lor llie number ol times Hie ml appeared ana adjustment ot bill made. FURNISHED bedroom, WBlnuv MM. Kei llardlu ntltr 5 H M 1C ku 06c «0o He kG-H llorninotlve 1017 W.l,,|i., t . tt in learest, boiler aud Ukfs on a ^ lawm(Hlv( , wiu ^ y^ (or 01 , '*"! . . „„. switching u the application o( eiirlnclBle ot operation isi not * ^ua.l for new. riw bollw l>.f«nl» 11 icscc-.. " * . Ou( , volr (or steam, which is produced L * o( sWm w|1[ (u ^, Uj( . i>llh(mi! 55 rallts. or will tow lluw curs 21 Tail Lizard in Collection NEW YORK IDI'I— All [llk'rfal- g colk'clton of rvpllln Iroin Te- uaiillix-c 111 southern Mexico, luis "« »"»"l la lllcHe " 10I > cenlly been given lo ilw Anwv-l related to the Isuanas. Nicely furnished cool bedroom. 1015 W. Wnlmil. I'hoiio 11V urt-'K-5-4 INGRAM n|)anmcnt, hcnt, waier rumlshcd. Apply 1. U. 1'ark- luirsl. l(kkil IlKDHOOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Wiilnul St. Call 451. Cc kb-C AH Classlflea ACvcrtlsliig submitted by persons icsidiug oul-|^,. t>do ot Uie cily uusl bo aixoui- piiuea Uy ciish. Rales may be tiiiily couipuwd frnm abovd table. MO ri'sponslblllly via be taiten 101 more Uiaii one Incorrect lii- tertlon cjl any clashed ad. iiUVCIUilU^ OrtlcU'U JOt UTCgU- ,»r uu>t;riioiu uno the one tune MODERN 2 room lurnUlicd apail- mcnt. Phone 84U W. 207 N. 5tli 21-p-k-20 U1KECTOUY COUNTY WORKEEIS UNION Court House Monday, 7:30 p.m. Kor men, women over Ifi 31 per year ROOA1 & HOAltD lluums with or witjigul buinl, steam, hot »alrr, reasoiuble rates, i'ltuce 234, Kite Price Gro. AUTOMOTIVK A Savings Arrounl With Us On EvtryUung for the AuloniobUc Ilubbiird lidv., Automotive Ueirt 1'honc 476 Phone Ask us abuut the Hasen Hoiie> Center tloK Balls. They're Better.' Hubbard Hardware Co. 5ck5-5 Soy Beans and Teas will be hard \u find next month. Buy now from Hubbard Hardware Co. 12ck5-12 HOME Kk-I'AlKS: Steps, doors, screens, wall paper, paint, etc. ANTIJUTE for Termite control E. C. KOBINSON LUMBEK CO. F1IONE 100 Sirs. J. J. Davis, rhu Spencer Corselierc Auto Glass All Kinds Installed Tlic Ark-JIo Lumber Co. lOt-kS-10 llzaid which are now Hying in captivity. This lizard has been bwwu since IM?, and only 21 ol It ure on record. They to walk upon walce, ai w^ll-as several specimens of a wnallcc Mexican relative, of the i)!ne 3*id. lizard, which Is common to the New Jersey pine barrens. . : are about IS lnche« lonn Hiid uru There »lso Is one urd. which U noted for Its ublllty Tlic Bank of England lias Its own churcUyaro. aajoimuj, where many of the bank officials hav« been burled. ' By Uaalu 15ATTB1I1KS New Ford Balteries Kcntal - Rechareinc - Itepalrirw .-7 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 26c k-4-26 RRAL ESTATE Ririns for sale—20% dosvn Hulaiice like rent Ethel Thompson, Caruthcrsvillc, Mo. ll-pk-5-lt Typewriter and Addins Machine Kepairins. U. S. Blanli- cnsliiji, 110 E. Kosc, tvui^ 165-J. m . yi rhone'231. WANTED TO BUY We buy Chickens ana EJJS, prices paid. Rile Price GTU- 111 E. Main. k5-9 FOR SALE jwe Pny S2 per ton for Scrap Iron. ——I Also buy hides, Srass, copper. Cotton SCL-d: Knwden His 1M' ' Nu -j] ea d. etc. Wolf Arian, Phone 170. Z8SO for Ihin land; ulsu SU>nc- JIai|i 2GcM-26 illc No. 1. Sl-'iO per liumlreil. villc Marvin Kolunsvn, 310 t. Main. 18-1&-5-18 1 Large ro[) Corn and S'cnmit Roaster in perfccl condition and ns good as UBW. Very clicap. Phone 63 Hnytl, Missouri. Gilbert's Gio- ccry 6: Market. St>-li5-3 Feeds, Flour, Groceries & Meats at Best Prices. We Deliver. Phone 234, Rite Price Grocery. 3c k5-0 MALE HKL1" WANTED MAN wanted lo supply customers will) famous Walkina Products In Blythcvillc. Business cslablishe'J. Gainings average 52» \\cekly, starls immediately. Write J Watfcins Company, 70-80 W. Iowa Ave.. Memphis, Tcnn. POULTKY & EGGS We will pay 10c per pound for heavy HENS. B. T. Worthy, 315 E. Main. Hck5-H BABX CHJCKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, liatch each Wednesday. ••'^MARILYN HATCHERY Hatcliery Code Ccr. Nu. 88 Black Kirt GLOVE, white trimmed Size U '•!-*. O'.vnn- may have same by calling at this oflice ana pr.ying ior Uiis ad. Chinese Swtct Clover MADISON. WiS. (UP) vai;ety ol .sw^el clo\cr c in China hus proved successful in tests conducted nt the Wiscon- ibin agrlcultuml experiment sln- tion here. The clover lacks the bit- Icr tnste that makes most varieties unpalatable to livestock. FOR RKNT MODERN fiivnlshMl apartment, 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 633. 22-lf Two room furnisliert apartment with bath and garage, reasonable, 1601 Wesl i\Eh. 19cK23 TWO room PURNTSHED aparl- inent. 700 W. Walnut. 19-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment. 110 W. Ash. Mrs. Dozie -Mick. 17ck-lf Don't Forget Caudili's Agency General Insurance Phone 737 WE WILL TAKE CITIZENS' SCRIPT /« exchange for merchandise One Piece or a Carload It costs you two cents to spend $1.00 of script. It costs us 2c to pass it along. That means 4c tor the Community Fund for the relief of the needy and jobless. WE WILL DO OUR PART by accepting script in any quantity for purchases or payment on account. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE IOO '.Ve Do The R<?? . by Mourn* live steam, under El! IK. I'ji. (UP)—A. nrcless I ens I ICO pounds tirtssure. through . the partially HIlcA tank. When nil . ihc w»iOf In the Iwlhr has l>ce Nine thousand lead p"uclls couUI converted Uito atciim, the engine toller on tiollcj .•Is. does nol slop at a be raiuto from lliu emlxm In hns been fueled, ready to go. T. MucUuiiKnll, "' N<' w The toller Is lunivlly InsuliUcil. |liunum body. . do?k for coal. H just pulls up lo OUR BOARDING HOUSE A 1)AN(;EROIJS KXPKUlMKN'l!. wtfiu"SAFE.AS UONG AS v«; DIDN'T MOVE ' A BRONTOSftUR-JS EKT5 ONLV IfAMES- AN 1 PLANTS -AN' THEVRG BRA\U 15 HAROW AS BIG AS OOt*'X MOVE.' DON'T EVJEN BAT VOURE.VE5/ I THOUGHT VJE WERE GONNERS FOR . SURE: fOL\.OWlN<b MINUTES NEIGHBORHOOD THAT HONL -RECALL SEEING TOUN'D COLUMN VEAH? WELL, SUPPOS1N 1 VOO ^EX-L. ME HOVJ WE'RE EVER 60NNA GIT DOWN OUTA THIS TREE, WITH ALL THESE rAONVTERS GPiV.- IOP1N6 AROUND TWS SWRKSP \ GOT IT.'.' US5EN - BREft\< OFF THAT LITTLE BfiftNCH FULLft LEAVJES HAND IT TO fHEV.'HAVE you GONE HAVE A N1C5, LUSCIOO5 LSAFV- «»VV> - ttMPPEN&D? WASH TUBBS CAKfcCUL, POCWER, CAREFLH. TH6«iI MAV BE SOE8OOV THERE. IP HO&OW SHOWS.UP WIT HIM A CVSYOR TWO, L • none. NOW, wafti WE DO? ^_MO EASY HAVt LITTLE TROUfttE THE BANDITS TO THE* STABTING POtNT-A HE BEI.IKVKS IN SK SALESMAN SAM BIT rA"f / MO iS ei.viSep.1 / iToJouuo • /^f HURT Sf\ t ' ^ FIKE-l'KOOF! ) FRECKLES AND HIS FB1KKPR Maw Tug PEL'-W/ AT TJE RAIL- RO/.D YA30S.V/MO TAPS VJnEELS WITH A HAV.MS3.To SEE IP TUEV'BE CVAV? V.E'-L. I'D Ll!<:E To HIM i.lSTE'J OH, I'O PROBABLY GET THINGS SO UP.OM MY FIRST DAY, 1H«T. THEV COULDW'T AFFORD TO FIRE ME. SON.1M AFRAID IF,YOU 'A JOB,youtL HAVE TO SHOW A LITTLE AM31TXW... JJQLD1NG-A.J03 ]5 TWICE AS HARD AS GSTTlKia ONE WCLL.I MIMD WORkim IW A FLOPIST SWOP, SO I COULD- HELP PICK ' BLOSSOMS OPP CENTURY PLANTS. 1 ••*- LUMBER

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