The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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SATURft^Y, APRIL 28, 1934 to keep iu communication the airplane base in Fairbanks, merer. director o[ the Park Service, who said Whooping Cranes, Rare- Brides, Seen in Nebraska were Included In the flock seen near here. Professor Myron H. Swehk, of the University of Na- braska, recently estimated that not more -than 100 of the large [FOR SALE: HAY and CORN at party headed by C.' S. Houston of Teats he Is satlsitcil the the purly nre prop- nxccnt, being ihul of the Lliullcy- Llck pxpcdlllon, In the spring of 1032. This party, iiccorclhu; to the was the llrsl c\'( i r to loach the stmimll.s of bulll II H' bargain. S. B. Rojelle, Lux- HABTIN'OS. Neb. erly equipped nml physically <iuiil- Attempt Planned to Scale Mt. Foraker in Alaska water fowl arc left alive. Ini; crunos; n nearly extinct type Illcd >o make (lie climb. been announced here by the In terior Department. The .birds have rxcoinc so rare that state and national game uiid soulli iwnks have been slglitwl near here by » Moinit Foraker. ns far us Ls known, bird .study club, according to Permission to attempt the climb 11ms regulations now prohibit the tak- ports. Uend Courier News \Vmil Ads. I Approximate!) a short-wave radio set with which I was Cam- Mount McKinlcy, a.300 feet higher ing of specimens by 'scientists or the birds 'museums. OUR BOARDING HOUSE N1CS OF , GUZ, BUT WE SET OUT TO FIND DINNV.TH' DINOS«J AN' V*C - WJCri- \WF.U.,WN<5- SO LONG/ ED ; FOOZV w i wiu.ee SftY.' AINTaiA A10N6 WITH US? WE ftlUT MAD AT SOU MW MORE - ILL BET OF BEEP, \<~> ALMOST t>~ LOW "TIDE, NOW./ 3UST TVA CONTENTS T-UOM "BKRRELTO ONE wrm A VEST GROUND IT ) e<SA:o,a-YD£>-oBSERVE- HOW A, <SOOD "DEED TRAVELS \K| A. CIRCLE.) I OBU6A.T6D fAVSELF TO GET A> TRAFFIC TICKET QUASHED TOR AxPN-- THtN I FOUND A, LOST T3O&THW "BELONGED TO TVAE 3Ut>GE N\Y WHVCW WAS TAKEN \ WHATr DVft MEAN ME 1HOT LOP-EARED SON OF-A-TOAO HAS CONFISCATED TH 1 PROPER"! V OF ONE OF fAV LOVAL " SUBJECTS,?/ ROOM & BOARD DINOSAUR OF VOURS WHERE IS HE ? AUTOMOTIVE A S»lncs Acconnt With Us On Everything for the Automobile Uubbard Udw., Automotive Dcpt i'bone 470 fbone Ante Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-AIo Lumber Co. 10cko-10 A MOUTHFUL BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES New Ford Batteries Kental - Hechirsinf - Repairing "7 TIKE i: BATX'EWY STATION 26C k4-25 I UK01ST VOU MUST BE MX. \Ki WOWOEB. WKO TWiT 'Si. UV BOOT6 ~ HMrA -* LOOKS. vou BSXLVZE I tts.tetw A REAL ESTATE Farms for sale—20% down Balance like rent Ethel Thompson, Carathersville, Mo. ll-pk.-5-ll WANTED TO BUY IVe buy Chickens and Egts, highest ^prices paid. Rite Price Grocery, Phone Z31, 111 E. Main. k5-9 We Pay $2 per ton for Scrap Iron. Also buy hiaes, brass, copper, lead, etc. Wolf Arian, Phone 176, 128 E. Main. 26cfc4-26 WASH TUBES Black Kid GLOVE, white trimmed. *eR COWER, vou IDIOT!, vou -\ wfAMT TO 6lt SORE 8RAINS SLOWED] ^---S VX. SOT 'EM "> SURROUNDED. -ff-f 6UARP THOSE WlXS, POOHER. I'M GOIN& TO J2?=ite VRlDE .'.HEftD ANDSCE WHAT IT'S ALt (^^^ /THE e&NDlW K \ HOUDiN' MrS'j LftNE same by calling at this office and paying for this ad. SEEDS & PLANTS Whi'ipoonrill Peas for Sale Drive across the river for the fin cst Whippoorwill Peas in Wes POULTRY & EGGS Tennes&ce.NPrices We will pay lOc per pound for Worthy, 315 E. Main. Hck5-H I Tuclier & Co., Tenn. 28-ck5-28 HHAR A LOT OF SHOOTING, THIS CURIOUS WORLD BFye William Ferguson SIRIUS, THE DOG STAR., HAS A STAR. COMPANION MADE OF SUBSTANCE SO DENSE THAT ONE TEASPOON OF IT WOULD WEIGH ABOUT SALESMAN SAM WICK,'d'fA G-OUWft DROP IK! ATTrfsToR£- THIS- IS FOUW^ "W FROM*. Ooop. opew. p,wo HOT ft LIGHT (M I'LL. Oti-citr-. T,\e. ELECTRIC FUSE. BURIED) oiiT ftM' . OL' Duii- lOES'T t(or-\el *'LL.GET ft FLASH H&HT. GO DOWM ft"J' e=|y. IX 1 -#9o /JOi/A^jy RIG AND I.ITTLK! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ...V/ATCMES FROM 3 I-Op TO £5OO A N&CKLACE AT §2000.-BAR PINS 5O TO.A COLJPLE THOUSAND- BOY! 7HATS CLASS FOR You !.' -I EVEN STICK PIM3 THERE SELL RW 9 rOO-'.-AND FOUMTAIN.PENS UP TO *25/ I SAIP, HOW MUCH X MR. MA«9N COIHC T9PAY *f?EAT WORK,SOU! \WORK AT MASOU'S WILL BE A GOOD PROVING TEACH YOU RESPONSIBILITY YES SIR...IMAGINE ME SELLING EXPENSIVE STUFF, LIKE DIAMOND RINGS AT A HEY NONNY-NWNY.' LOOK ME OVER,DAD... I JUST LANDED A JOB AT MASON'S JEWELRY STORE !! How •11ICH IS MR. MASON GONNA PAY YOU? MOTHER. NATURE SOMETIMES ON THE BODY OF A CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION >ir.e ror consecu- Dally rate per tive Insertions; (Five average words to a line) One time per line .......... 130 Two times per line per day .. 08c Three times per lin ' per day . . 06o £ix times per lice per <Uy .. 06° Womb rate per line .......... 60o Minimum cbtrge We Ads ordered, Jo: iiuee or six times and stopped before explra I'tiQ will be criargco lor the num ber ol times the ad appeared »ua adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copj fiubuiiUed by persons residing cut- aide ol the city r/ust be accompanied by cash. Bates may be easily computed from above table. NO responsibility will be taken mi more tlian one incorrect tn- seniou u( any clarified ad. Auvcituiiiig oiUtfitu lor BAB* CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Cer. No. Be FOK KENT Well furnished HOUSE from May 15 to September. KeascnaDlc. bUi W. Walnut, Phone 151. 2BC kb THREE room modern bungalow, 1113 W. Main. Call Mrs. Joe Meyers or Max Meyers. 21-ck-< r'URNlSHED tearoom, 1011 W. Walnut. Mrs. £d Hardln »!ter H. M. 1C ku TWO Modern Furnished Hooms, garage, reasonable, 1601 West Ash street. ,u insertions ukc the one tune ial«. BUSINESS iJlKEUTUKY NICELY furnished apartment, 209 W. Kentucky. Apply after 6 P. M. 14c FOUR room FURNISHED apartment, 700 W. Walnut, 19-ck-tf MODERN furnished apartment, 108 W. Kentucky." Phone INGRAM apartment, heat, furnished. Apply I. R. ; hurst. Again Burke Sets the Price Boiled United Oil U5c e»' Xuipentme 75c g»l Aiadden Lamp Parts Me earn BUltKE ll.^KUWAKt CO. The one price store BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6c ko-6 COUNTY WORKEKS UNION Court House Monday, 7:3d p.m. For men, women over lli $1 per year Ask us about the Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls. They're Better. Hubbird Hardware Co. 5ck3-5 Soy Beans and 1'eas «ill be hard to iind next month. Buy now from Hubbard Hardware Co. I2ck5-i: HOME REPAIRS: Steps, floors, screens, wall paper, paint, etc. ANT.LMITE for Termite control E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 109 Etooms with or without board, steam heat, hot water, reasonable rates, Phone 2J*, Kite Price Gro. 29C M-29 Mrs. 3. 1. Davis, Phone 121 Spencer Corsellerc 26o ko-26 EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. lllank- enship, 116 E. Rose, Call 1C5-J. 22c ka-22 FOR SAI-E LAliGE Iron Safe, Good as new, Cost. S250 for $65 cash. R«x Hotel, Phone 21M, H. C. Campbell. 25-pk-28 Cotton Seed: Rowdcn Big Boll No. 2880 for thin land; also Stone- villi No. 1. S1.50 per hunted. Marvin Robinson, 310 E. Main. 18-pk-5-18 1 Large Fop Com and Peanut Booster in perfect condition and as good as new. Very cheap. Phone 63, Ilayti. Missouri, eery & Market. Feeds, Flour, Groceries & Mnts at Best Prices. We Deliver. Phone 23!, Rite Price Grocery. 9c k5-9 THE SNOUT of (ho sawfish mokos a formidable weapon. It is not used by the animal In a direct thrust, but is given a sidcwlse s\vipc which rasiis a severe wound in the side of the nnitnnl attacked. Natives using weapons modeled in this fashion also copy the method i)< thrust. NEXT: Wn!ch 1» tie rtfJit bBBk of a

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