The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 25, 1934
Page 5
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•WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL- 25,1934 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION per due ror consecu- iv'e Insertions: (Five average words to. a une> ipfK .time : per. lln« .......... lit /IXiTO . tunes' per. line. per day .. Me Jjitee umes per Un; per '(!»>.. Me ui units per line per d«r .. tie womb iat« per line .......... ' fOo Minimum cbfcrge We Adi ordered IOT tnree or six • time* and .sippped, Mote explra* 1 LU wui -tie -cluirgoo tor' tie ntun- .ixc oi'vunes the'Kl tppeucd*>M of bill mad*. All CUsslfled Advertising copi SUOIUIUCQ- Dy persa-'is residing out- »uc ul [Lie ciiy . a list De kccota- cash. .-Rates may :be above -tatties, iu be iwen lui -mum • Uian one iucorrect in- m-iuuu ui uuy clarified ad. ..lutviuuiifr oriicita .101- irregu- . ,«i u^eiuous uKf Uxi.pne lime •BUSINESS jnUEGVOKY COUNTY WORKERS 'UNION Court House Monday, 1:30.p.m. . tor men, women over 16 .51.per year •Ask us about the Hagen -Honey Cemer 'Gblt' Balls. Tntyre Bei- •ier. cHuDind •Hardwote Co. Soy lieans and. Peas.will be,bard ••to , lind .next month. .Buy now from Habbard .Hardware Co. 12C&5-12 HUME REPAIRS: Steps,' floors, screens, wall paper, paint, etc. •A Nil JUTE for Termite control t. V. KOB1NSON LUMBER CO. . FUONE 100 Mrs. J. J. Davis, Phone 421 Spencer ConeUexe 26c M-26 EXfKRT .Typewriter and Adding Machine Krpilrinj. TJ. S. Blankenship, J16 E. -RbSf, Call '165-J. 22c ka^B FOR SALE LARGE Iron Safe. Good as new, 'Cost $2iO for $65 cash. Rc.\ -Hotel,' Phone -, 204. • U. C. Campbell.' 25-l>k-28 NICELY turuibhcd upartirienl,-209 W. kenttfcXy Ave. Call 673. . He' k5-14l tjeatooto, 1017 .Walnut;.:Mrs. ed'Haxdlii alter a INGRAM .apartment, heat, water furnished. -Apply I. R. Parkhurst. BEDROOM Hot. I or.2. gentlemen, .-801- W. Walnut St.-.C»U-451. •6c'-.k6-6 MODERN, 2 room furnished • apart- mtnt. I'honc 846'W. 207'N. 5th *'• , 21-p-k-26 :KOO« &fBOARD or withoof lxaard,tt*Jro «attr,r«a*OB»Wt rates; fbflt :tl,' KHe' lYkt i.Oro. .'AUTOMOTIVE .Start .'A -.SaTiifs : Ac««nt With • Us i On Everything; for the •AKoowbtie Habbard 'Hdw., Automotive :Uepl. Phone ; 47« Phone A»lo'Glass •All Kin*3 lastaUed The Ark-Mo ~ Luibt r Co. 10ckS-10 BATTEK1ES New Port Batteries Kental.- Rechaftin; - Kcpairinj. ."7 T1UE & BATTERY STATION .26c .W-26 REAL ESTATE Farm s. tor.- sa le-^2Kb down Balance r like rent Thompson, Carutliersville, .M6. ll-pk.-5-U WANTED TO BUY We biijr Chkkens and Eggs, (high est-prices paid. Rite Price'Gro- cery, 'Phone -234, 111 -E. Main. : 9C k5-9 We Pay *2-per.ton.for;S3crap Iron. • Al»o buy hides, brass, " copjer 1 ; lead,- etci Wolf Arian,-Phone J76; 128 'E. Main. 26CM-26 FOUND Black: Kid-GLOVE, -white trimmed. 6Ize '6.37*. Owner.may ;have same this.offic6 and paying for- this ad. CBtton^Seitl: Kowden Bff Boll No. '.?880'for'Ihin land; also Stone- vlllc ' No. 1. • SUO . per hmndred. Manrin Robinson, .310 E. Main. 1 Large 'Pup .Corn and Peanut. Roaster:in.perfect condition and as good as- new. Verj'. cheap. Phone 63, L Ha5'ti, Missouri. Oilbett's Gro- •cery •&.Market. Op-k5-9 ' Feeds, Floor, Groceries & . MeatB at Best Priees. We Deliver. Phont 2M, Rite Price Grocery. DC 1:5-'J POULTRY & EGGS We will pay lOc per pound for heavy HENS. B. T. Worthy, IIS E. Main. Hck5-14 'Air Varieties. .Custom-hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY ; Hatchery Code Cer..No. : 8« •FOR. RENT MODERN funiislied apartment, 108 W. • Kentucky. Phone 683, 22-lf FOUR room FURNISHED apart- ^menl^ 700 W. Walnut. ' 18-ck-tf MODERN 3 room-7urni!,rii:d-.ap:irl- menl. Close in. Call-510. -I6c ki: FEEDS TOR, SALE:.'HAY and• CORN .al a. bargain. S. B. Rozollc, Luxora,-Ark. -'24p-k5-24 Goat 'Mascot 'Entered : 0hio Race for Congress AKRON. O. (UP)—"General:Bill Bonus." eo:il, mascot of the Sn mil icourrty) -Veterans .Association, -has definitely entered the race for congress from the 14th Ohio District. Petitions in Ihe .goat's behalf ivere signed by more than the necessary 100 to place ;i candidate's '"name" .on the ballot. -Although the animal's name'Will not appear on election ballots, a regular iwlitical campaign will be conducted in his behalf, association members said. Read Courier News Want Ads. Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance : Phone-797 DAN THOMAS — GEORGE;SCARBO TOWKE AWRT <XO AUftM CUXKS AND PUT THEM TO DOES HOT- STOP -AT THE. to&ES OF' HEO. . . BATHINC- •SlJIT, MUffff HE\ta LOOKS ]» THE CAlVtoSHES" OP- WS • PKSiaeS, AND StOW S»ES TOW •Ik™ Sared MotbtrMd Son found ' for tloswl ) banks, MeKl»»tj's 'VIU*»e 'Ctleknim NAVARRE, O. tUPl^Thls yj|. AIJ'INE. Texas iUl>»— 1\ 15-fooi 'I'he "downtown -u(Iico"'of one • ot ' vein of clnmitai 1 uiv, ( I'lttaburyh's folded buiilcs has qiilckstlver Ls oWnlned, Im NEW PHILADELPHIA, ' O. (UP) —'rills -city . Js ,• singly i Oie lunted'us'tt-nhowrooin-'byni niblor which »'os the scene. of Wl' uncovri'cd in the study llutte coinpnny fori u. -permanent dis|il»i', ut Tcrlluiim. '1'lici \eli is of "bon KllUl" |IVO])OHl(l]l.S. victory ,»s a lawyer,. Is celebrating-, its centen- ' o( a inodesp: hero '*ho.- rescued ran -.along Uic -.shore, i scream in R, with n : bfciet process, Go mini scientists ;developed nil edible ulcoliol hi solid - nl«l 'anniversary this 'mon'th. Laid -and :ioiir-!feariol<t loo, ias the i boy • was -tarried from Idrownlnb'Mii'.tiie'. icy waters Kentud ('losfd Ifcink 1'llTSHURGH tm'>-A new Hie observations of. the moon UW1-OML. tal uncl last , U RrtcB. tSrZ™** *""•'' HC " ry '°' N »' of: B««ver • D« m -creek^and' wa ' Then ;«he rblungod I in-M>rer' Iwr iform OUR BOAlRDINGfHO'JSE LESSEt OL' BROt^ny HAUl. CUTA THIS SWA^P — ^m^tt YOU w^mED • TO GET YOUR VU& TRNPF\C TICKET TOKH -WITH VOUR LUCK, £ VOU COULU CCTCW % "Jl ^t&teliffli/ r 1 OWNET?-/ /AND ' TBEWILDERED, TTOQK -HIM HOME -f.ETCH ; .mrA'. VAN LEYDEN RING . MONKGV'S .UNCLE ' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WHO'S UONNIEV \JWWED AT. you ; "VHSRt WVUtKftV ' «•* CROWD -IrtWl V.JRK ^ r WELLo!< ISN'T-'At *t\P AFCOT, TOOV MAS'Ativts PODN^Rl IHIS' 15 OOR: LtJCKf ' DAN I *E'LL GET 'EM'ALL. SALESJIAN . SAAI RKJH'I 1 TO THK I'OINT! PNM'rc/.rflOM tOCfH •SHe.'COULO'L;OOK ftT -HVrAI FRECKLES AND v HiS HIIENDS GO OUT THIS DOOR TWE PASSAGE UNTIL YOU ,COME TO A SWN MO ADMITTANCE ^..THEN GO UPSfA'ftS TILL You S£- IS RJ QUEST OP A JOB, TO MANAGER'S OFRCE 16 ? TELL YOU TO LIGHT A CIGAR WHEN YOU COME To A EADING, FOR A VACATION SUMMER. so FAR, BEEN PRETTY GOING I. 1

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