The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 24, 1934
Page 5
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TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1934 BLYFHBTILLJ. (ABE.?. COUWD OW1 CLASSIFIED ADVEPxTlSING INFORMATION URN1SHED bea'dom, 10 H Wahiui Mrs. Ed Hardlii ufier e-, . M. ' Ic kill iir.o ror consecu- Daily rate per i',ve insertions: iFlve average worm to a line) One lime per lUiu NGKAM iipa'tuncnt, heat, water furnished. Apply I. R. Park- ursl. ^c k " BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen. 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. Cc ko-ii Two limes per lino per day . Three Ume« per lui t per day . £ix times per lice per day . k'onth rale per line Minimum r.turge He 08c w -iTi ;r o " •IOUEHN 2 room furnished iipinl- uicitt. Thone B4IJ W. -MX N. 5lli st. 21-p-k-M UOOM & 15OAKD Ads ordered 10* • tnrce or limes and stopped before cxplra v«n »-W be cbaigco tor the nuru tier ol limes the ad appeared ana adjustment of bill made, All ClasiUfled Advertising COl submitted oy persons residing out side ol the city uust be accora- i.anled by cash. Rules may be cully computed Ircm above table. NO responsibility win be lanen jo< more liian one incorrect iri- aerliou ol any classified ad. Aaveituskuv oia^ua lot irregu- ,u inheruous take tlso puo time COUNTV WORKERS UNION Court House Monday, 7:30 p.m. For men, wonieu over Iti ft per year Kuuius *ilh ur without beard,slraia, liul water, reasonable wt«s I'hur.c 231, Kile I'rire Gro, 29c AUTOMOTIVE 'iny Worm Forecasts Weather For Arizonan Llio worm ALXADA. Mont. (DPI—There urc nuny ;md vnvlctl w'»ys » ( lelU"6 vlmi future weather coiuiiilons nay be—but 1'etcr N'icmami, St., till stack his iisuhisl the lot. I'olei luis a Hide worm—and ;ui . i snow In tli« Ittler purl of lire turns, so does tin-1 w)n , olV > nccordlng to (lie venrr- Nltininn uuvalted his \vealher nblc nrophrl. 1*1 Pelfr cM>l»ln V.UIL' worm hiM fall amid n gulh- his system: crlns of loc»l vlllrans. lit .sqiilnt- "Noiv if thts worm I* »ll white led ut it carefully mid unnounccd. Hn cav'ly full), we shall have a heavy snow ull winter. II I'l" head Is white, we shall have snow Ihc fore part of Hie winter; anil il his lull Is white, we shall have 'We shnll hncc no snow uliiuunt to iinyllilnj until Hie of Murch." Hisi heavy (he winter came Murch 'J to Texti Jackrtbbit Ran Greyhounds to Death AHILENR. Tcs. (UP! - A lone Tcxns Jiickrubbll I'MMipra neutli In Smith, George Bcoglm and Tom Moore, all of Abilene, were released W> pursue the ttbWl In » thai ended Juat when It looked tu though Uic rabbit was it lOMr. Two lioura alter, the race marled Iht purnum dropped o>ud in cflectc of the vrtreme heat arvd -,^h relative humlaity which prevailed during UK race. • The Nsrth Star does not-inaik the cx«ct spot of the North Pole; there are hundreds of atoll 6t»r» OUR BOARDING HOUSE Start A Savings Aecouiil With Us On EvcrjthiiiB fur Hie Anlomobik liubbatii lldw., AutomoUvc honc 47C 1'honc Auto Glass All Kinds Installed Ibe Ark-Mo Lumber Co. I5ATTEU1KB Ask us about the Hascn Hunt) Center tiolf lUlls. They're ISet- tcr. Hubbard Hardware Co. 5cUa-5 Soy Beans and Peas »'1H be nart to Itnd ncvt month. Uuy now from Hubbard H.irdnarc Co. 12CKD-1 HOME KEl'AIRS: Steps, floors, screens, Kail paper, paint, ete. ANimiTE for Termite control K. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 101) Sirs. J. J. Davis, I'honc Bptncer Corselicrc New Ford Batteries KenUl - KecharjSnr - Kepalrlog "7 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 26c ki-26 UEAI, ESTATE Farms for sale-20% down Balance like rent Ethel Thompson, Carulhcrsvlllc, Mo. ll-pk-b-ll WANTED TO BUY We liuy Chickens and Esii>. liisli- cst pricts paid. Rile Price Gto- cerv, Phone Z34, 111 E. Main. 9c ka-0 We Pay $2 i»r ton for Scru;> Iron. Also buy lilacs, Mass, copper, lead, etc. Wolf Arian, Phone 176, 128 E. Main. EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Repairing. V. S. Blank- cnship, 11G K. Row, Call lli5- J '' FOR SALE Cotton Seed: Rowden Big Boll No. 2*so Tor thin land; also Stone- ^llc No. I- «-50 Per hundred. Mariin Robiiison, 318 B. Main. iB-pk-a-18 FOUND Black Kid GLOVE, white trimmed. Size 6 3-4. Owner may have same by calling at Ihis office and paying for Ihis ad. FEEDS -; — ult 1 Large Fop Com and Peanut Roaster in perfect condition and as good as new. Very cheap. Phone 63 Hayti, Missouri. Gilbert's Grocery & Market. 9p-kS-0 b.UK;iin Ark. HAY and CORN sil S. B. Rozcllc. L\K- 24p-k5-2'! Feeds, Flour, Grocerks & Meals at Best Prices. We Deliver. Phone 234, Rite Price Grocery. Oc U5-1! POULTRY & EGGS We will pay We per pound for heavy HENS. B. T. Worthy, 315 E. Main. "BAltTcHICKS All Varieties. Custom hutching solicited. Set sacli r r\»sday, hatch cacli Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Ccr. No. 8fi Cripple Averted Two Wrecks for Railroads LOCMNSPORT, I n d. (UP) r Tuiec within t\vo years. A. O. NcllrercMtt. liO. crippletl Joflcrson township fanner, has averted a •.vreck on the Pennsylvania railroad. Aivakt'iic'd one nfehl recently by an unnsrm! noise made by freight train as it passed liis home, Nethcrcutt, who sinters partial paralysis of His riijht bide investigated and found a 100-inch strip of rail broken away. He Mfphonrri thr dispatcher io vuntcd the next Inun, a fas pa.ssctigcr. over another Irack \vhi!c repairs were made. In 1932 Neliiercult wiis credited with avoiding a wreck when he found an obstruction Ihnt hurt been placed on the track. FOR RENT MODERN furnished apartment. 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 683. 22-lf TWO room FURNISHED apartment. 700 W. Walnut. 19-ck-tf MODERN 3 room furnished apartment. Close in. Call 510. l(ic ktl NICELY turnibhcd apartment, 2001 W. Kentucky Avc. Call G12. I UK M-H Don't Forget CaudilFs Agency General Insurance Phone 707 IP i/ DAN THOMAS t — GEORGE SCARBO bred greyhounds by u few seconds traelu, their »o»f» closest nlar that can be seen wlta OfllciaU auId tlw does died from The uicyhoiinds, owned GONNA "TAKE ooo, vou KWT NEVER DlCVt THAT' - HAVE A •/ -DUKE LIBERN- GET REAQV .TO JUMP, V GUT- V BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES VtM\'. FOM\ Wt'O vuts vovi IWff VOW-UVt V3W>>« BUT ,Vou'\.v.V\tet WASH TUBBS '"'AT5 yr's IHE ADOBE HUT SH AMD EASV AB£y*MHN |6 IOOKS ABOUND CAUTK3USLV, ANP BURlBS WITH EUGTEHENT, WASH SEES A LONH l'A(;E HOLLYWOOD, PLEASE! SALESMAN SAM KIDS, THOSE Touts Tows \,ocu'T<:nu IT eeTs BLftC^ <M-L IT? OUT BLftcK OFF NOT SO DUMI!! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MO, MY BOY, WE MSMBER • OP A FAMILY IS ENOUGH 14 ANY OFFIC6....YOU1.L HAVE TO C£T A JOB OM YcX« OWN —IT WILL TEACH YOU 13 &H INDEPENDENT. 1 DID YOU HAVE ANY LUCk: TODAY? SPEAK TO ABOUT GIVING ME A JOB. DAD ! |5 LOOKIUG A CHANCE TO EARS' 1 SOME VACATION! MONEY,.. VVELt.,1 V/AS STAtJDINC IN A BCXJkC- A LADY CAME IN, PICKSC> UP A BOOK /MD NANDED ME Tv\O DOLLAR* 1 TURNED TME MONEV OVER TO THE -OV«>wER ANf> HE GAVE ME A DIME! \^r^ NOT6AD -At ALL.., ANO JUST IT ."TOOK ONLY A MINUTB TQ SAR*J Tf N CESTS .' TO MORROW, IM COINS OUT AFTER B1CG61Z STUPF-...1M COMMA LOITER IN A PIANO STORE !! MANY DIMES IT WOULD TAKE TO GET ME A VACATION.'. 1

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