The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1934 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 27, 1934
Page 9
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FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1934 •LYTHBVILLB, (AMLJ 1 OOOTUKB KIWI PAGE SEVEN r C14SSIIIED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Pally rate per one ror conseeu- La&ertlons: line) WO We «6c 060 «0o (Five average words Co One time per liue Two (lines per line per day ; nree uuies ya lin < per day U uuies per Uu£ yer day fumii rale per line Minimum- clurge Mo Ads ordered So: inrce or s» D,I.W and stopped before explra- wui be coargco ior ifce ui lama Uie ml itppeand »Jia o£ bill made. AU FOR THREE room modern bungalow, 1113 W. Main. Cull Mrs. Joe .leyers or Max Meyers. 27-ck-4 FURNISHED bea-wm, ion w. Walnui Mrs. £6 Hardln »tlei 3 P. AJ. le Itu TWO Modern Furnished Rooms, garage, reasonable, 1#)1 West Ash trtet. 26c k'lu Kacht to Receive Expensive Overhauling NIUELY furnished apartment, W. Kentucky. Apply afier 6 P. FOUR room FURNISHED ajxirt- ineiil. 700 W. Walnut. 19-cfc-ti MODERN furnished apartment, 108 \V. Kentucky. Phone 683. 22-lf CiniiUiid Advertising copi oy p«rso:is resioiug oul iut 01 IU« city BUSI be accom- EDROOM lor yuiiita oy casn. Ha tea may be tusuy touijjuttd above table. j-capoiLSlbllltY »'tll be INGRAM aparuneut, heat, water furnished. Apply I. R. Parkhurst. lOcktt called luxuriously appointed replica of 4 tour-misted stf-oontc ot (lie same muno, and »-as built hi 1931 at n toil of $700.000. When Warden bought her two 1-OMDON. <UP»—A y&clil - ... the Flying cloud is about lo re- years ago, he liad tlie orlghial 500 celvf u $250 (XX) beauly treatment, j horsepower engines replaced by i«W She is owntd by the United Diesels with a capacity States millionaire, Nelscn Warden, .horscpowir. Howev" *"*• who bought the craft from tlie- Duke ] powerful motoii sh of Westminster. The c.ip.ible ol suiting tier all uround Use Horn and back Again. 'I'lie new alterations Im'hulo iv- niciU'lluy of the pH.^ tlWlAttollS. H i-i IW)Vll UWt tout will lie veiuly In lake its 0*11- er oil u crulM Of |ho MedlU'nancan ami 10 the West Imlles uboul tlw end ol June. Fiance of Air Hostess record of the airplane schedule and since Marguerite moved away he husn't missed Iwy plane a single llnw. y\>r tl:o few precious minutes Hint sr.o's on tlie ground h: . ixxirlni; words cf endearment Into her car while Interested passcu- Wo ui uioie uiau one incorrect to- scruou ui tuiy tlaiiifled sd. tvuvL-uiiint ordcicu lur irregu- j>r uutruoiis use trie one ume tats. HUSiMESs DiUEO'OKV ~COUNTY WORKERS UNION Cuuri House Monday,. 7:3* pjn- For men, wuuwu over 16 fl p«r year Art us about the H»gen Il CVuVer lioU Ualls. Tuey're ttr. Soy Beans and teta will be bird lo flml ne»l month. Buy n«» from Hubbard Hardware Co. 12ck5-12 HOME REPAIRS: Stcf*, floors, screens, wall paper, gaint, etc. AMIM1TK for Termite control E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER. CO. THOSE 10« Mrs. J. 1. D»ris, Phone Spencer Ctnetiere 26c EXPERT Typewriter and Addin Machine Kepairin*. II. S. Bfcuik enshlp, 116 E. Rest, Cnil IftS-J. 22c k5-2 l or a gentle men, BO! W. Walnut St. Call ill. 6c k5-6 /ell furnished HOUSE from May 15 to September. Reasonable. 801 r . Walnut. Phone 451. a3c k3 KOOM & looms with or without board, steam heat, bat water, muoaable rates, hor-e W*, Kile Pike Uio. 29c Start LAUGE Iron Sate, Good as Cost $250 Ior 565 eash. Rex Holsl, Phone 204. H. C. Campbell. Cotton Seed: Mwiwy Imd the t:«r comi>:uiy sovernj Courts on Landing Field nings n week In' St. Louis. th in thing;, L.' hud ID CJIICAOO. (Ul'l-Jolni Mwiiry l:a.s to <lo Ins itfurliiiji In publk-. Until Ills swi'ellwnrl. Mis.-, Mnv- gncrlte Drcniinn. got n Jo'j u IUT home In Cnlcago. I'.owcvoi 1 , took her Louis regutmly. Her ship However, despite these Iwlivceii Chicago ;iml Heart Courier News Wuni GKM3 ONTO TWM I't-l. 1UROW OH CROUMO AH' OU).\P rAX STEVE DROP OFF .L OF- KT YOUR HOUSE TUW «3Ut)G£ PiENCHV AND t -ROOMMKTES W COLLtGE, NWfFlCUCT TlWt WHEN HE RWCIlC-j FOR IT WAS TJONE ONLY BECAUSE OF 5 <SWEKT ."BUT, HEED I TXMT KNOW .«; ( r^OW HETSt>n.» ' \ JUD6& RENCHY } , \F YOU FOR VIOLATION ,lJ|E.'tL. 6WE VOU A SiKTY-DAY / \ \-~> WARDER TO ( SET "TO ^y'l^^i \ _»vO _ . AV1R10HT.MEN. SfxLUTE ALLEV OOP A5 VOUR SECOND-!N -AND RtLtf\SE FCX)2V-Ht'S NO l.OKGER A. _^, PRISONER / mm.-' VJ1LV. V.'ONOERS KWER CEf\SE OOP AH 1 GU2 ARC FRIENDS .' AUTOMOTIVE A Sivins^ Account With Us On Everything for the Automobile lubbard lldw., Automotive l»»t. i'hont 47U Phone Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. 10ck5-iO BATTEl'.lKS Ford Batteries New Rental ~7 TIKE & BA'ITERY STATION 26c OWL'S CLUB "ol<3 T-IV.ER 1 REAL ESTATE Farms for sale--20% down Balance like rent Ethel Thompson, CarutlicrsvJIle, Mo. ll-pk-5-U GETTING AC(lUAINTEl)! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES r. VOOKI U«E f tN=.W3 119 WANTED TO BUY TO VOOR-b, TtVV ME Jiciv.i^v e buy Chkkens and Ejss. highest prices paid. Kite Price Grocery, Phone 231, 111 K. Main. 3C k5-9 HOPED 1HM VOU Kowdcn Bit Bull No. We : Paij J2 per tan for Scrap Iron. Also. - buy hides, Srass, copper, etc.' Wolf Arian, Phone 176. 128 E. Main. 26ct4-28 2*80 for thin land; also Stone- vilk -No. i- S1.50 ptr huniired. Marvin Robinson, 110 E, Main. I8-pk-5,l8 in perfect condition and Black Kid GLOVE, white trimmed. as good as new. Very cheap. Phone 63, Hayti. Miisouri. eery i: Market. same by calling at this otflce and paying for this ad. Feeds, Floor, Groceries & Meats at Best Prices. We Deliver. Phone 234, Rit« Prk* Grocery. THK CAl'TUKJ^ ^THAT'S TMi WAV, 8OVS. HO.D 'EM UP- IT'S 6DCD_ _FW V^P^.WEALTH. Rozelle, Lux- 24p-k5-24 WASH TUBES NS7EAD OV 1l : RO\NING UP THE1P,. HANDS. TriE BANPITS REACH FOR "THEIR GUMS. EASY SHOOTS' POULTKY & EGGS PR'ISOWER, PODNER. THIS PELl-ftS SMOULDER We will pay 19c per pound lot hta\> HENS. B. T. Worthy, 315 E. Main 14ck5-14 Don't Forget Caudill's Agency BABY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Cer. No. 86 General Insurance ANt? MASKED W.L POUR 6AMDITS, 60VI CO FEEL, PROUpJ THIS CURIOUS WORLD % William Ferguson SINKS SROLJWD. /AAKty OIL PAINTINGS (JNO£K WATER! WHUE PAINIING CORAL REEF5 FOR. THE AMERICAN MUSEUM, HE PUT ON A DIVING HELMET, SET OP HIS EASEL ON THE 60TFOM Of THE. SEA, AND AWE HIS SKETCHES DIRECT FROM NATURE. SALESMAN SAM - VifA ( , OJce, t=OUWD ft SUJELU SOCK RKiHT . IW TM' s>TpR.e. I. '..CXiJE&T UOUl-OOWHOM HOtO TA TpfVCK CXJCOJJ BAM i, PICKPOCKETS;. evrt WF, p> ' •&uB5tc,T'. M THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD THERE IS ENOUGH GOiO TO OIVE EVEBV PERSON ON EARIH A6OUT Jf/-f-,OOO BUT If IS 50 DISSOLVED 1HAF If CANNOT BE EXTRACTED PROFITABLY/ HIS FRIENDS THINK TOMORROW...i WAVT WE FAMILIAR K OF JEWELRY.... WTTtX) FAMILIAR PHOMED fOR M£VEfV.TV!ERE'S A MAt>i NAMED TO COME BACK HERE.') MASOW, WHO NEEDS A BOV y YOU NE60 A 30Y ANO I NEED A JOB.-.IT JUST GOES To SMOW YOO, Mi?. MASON, IT'S A SMALL V/ORLP AFTER ALL! OUT To HIS PLKIE OM OLIVE STREET AMO HAVE ATALk WITH Hit u IN HIS JEWELRY STORE-1 COKMl^CHD HIM THAT YOU WERE JUST THE BOY HE'D KIEED, IF HE A 9CJY UKS YOU :; A WOODPECKeft HAD A HEAD-ON COLLISION WITH A GOLF 8ALL DRIVEN BY CEOME, WEIHL, ST.JOStPH, (V\O., ANO THE BALL WAS IMPALED OH THE SHARP BEAK.. lu making his coral reef imilersea sketches, Mr. Olsen had tl unique experience of feeing dropix?d jialnt brushes go up, instead down. In order lo prevent the casl from floating, it, was necessary I use one made of metal and his canvas was woimted on p'atc glai tribes make of sawfish 3t»»li

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