The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 30, 1934
Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1934 •LTTHITHU, (ABU! POOUll PAGE FIVE SECTION - s Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per i'.ve Insertions: ror con£«cu- (Plw average words to » une) One time per lino 10 Two limes per lint per day .. Oil Three times per lin i per day .. M £ix time* per line per day •• M Wonlb rate per lint K Minimum charge &*> Ads ordered Co: tnree or si tmius aud Mopped before explra- rcu will be chargbc lor the Dumber 01 umcs the ad appeared ana ot bill made. FURNISHED ben'oom, 1011 W. Walriui Mrs. EQ Hardin alter a P. U. ' lc ktl TWO Modern Furnished Rooms, garage, reasonable, 1C01 West Ash 'OR SALE: « bargain, ora. Ark. street. 2Bc KM NICELY furnished apartment, 203 W. Kentucky. Apply after 6 I". M. He ltS-n FOUR room FURNISHED apartment. 700 W. Walnut. 19-ck-tl MODERN furnished uparimi'nt, IDS W. Kentucky. Pnone SW. 22-tt All Classified Advertising cop> fiubuiitteu Dy persons resioiUB output 01 ihe city nust be accom- pAjuea by casn. Hate* may be c*£Uy computed, from above table, Mo responsibility will be tu&ea joi more mail one incorrect ui- Ecruuu uf any classified ad. ^u»tiUxin« oiikuu lot irrcgu- ,»r ui»uuou£ ukf iae one .tune INGRAM apartment, heat, water furnished. Apply I. R. Parkhurst. BEDROOM for 1 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 60 k5-C FEEDS HAY and CORN at S. 11. Ror.elle, Lux- | mania Is learning English at Blent)addition to'the customary fnrjn school here, . |crmr*s. In the evening she knit. Helen Ruck was born in H»rrli- stockings ol sheep wool, burg, PH., but her parents returned I A lew months ago Mks Ruck Former Girl Bricklayer Wants to Be Nurse PHILADELPHIA (UP)-A girl of JO who was u bricklayer In Ku- to the tiny town o( Swtntak, Rumania, wlKn t.he was two years old. There, ut UK customary age of 12, she left school and went to work wiUi her father. She laid bricks for a year, then devoted her time to farm walk. She plowed roiiirned to this country, mid sot' tloil In Philadelphia, she works in a mill In UK* daytime iind .studies at nn extension school nl nlglit. She plans to return to Itnniunla after becoming n nurse, "In order to relieve the .snirorlny I saw Idaho Cities Built Over Gold Ground BOISE, Iduho (Ul't—Minions of iullttrs In cold, laying In scale the fields, planted and reaped, in among llw pcyranls o( thai Inml." OUR BOARDING HOUSE Bv Alien? ROOM & BOARD BUSINESS WUECIOU* Kooms with or without board, stenni heal, hot water, reasonable rates, 1'iiutc 234, Kite Price tiro. AUTOMOTIVE Start Again liurke Sets Hie I'rkc OI.LU i.mse*-u On ...... u UlpcllUlu: .............. ' /uauutu Lamp 1'aris Me- IJUllltk tl^lti>%\AltC' C 'me oue price siure gal. COUNTY WORKERS UNION Coun House Monday, 1:3U p.m. t'ur men, *umru over 16 91 ptr year Ask us about the llagen Honey Center Umt bails, 'i'licy're Del lei. Uuubarti lluiawurt: Cu. 5cKa-. Soy Beans anil Peas will be hard lu tind next month. Buy now from HuDbanl Haid«;ire Cu. 12ck5-12 r lioME KCrAlKS: Steps, floors, screens, wall piper, paint, etc. AN'IOUTE for 'I'crmite control t. U. UOIUNtiON LUMBER CO. PHONE 1«* Mrs. J. J. Davis Phone 421 A Savings Account With Us On Everything lor the Automobile llubbard lidw., Automotive Dept. Phone 476 Phone Auto Glass All Kinds IrsUlltd The Ark-Mv Lumber Co. 10ck5-10 LOOWMG UlUt jl^ NQrl TVUS fe AN SB-FOOT, CRUISER, COMPLETED 7 WOULD Y<3U TO STEP AND INSPECT THE SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATIONS AND LUXURIOUS APPOINTMENTS 1 ? A PLEA-SURE ' TO SHOW VOU / WVW V.OOKIN6 TOFUS •Zoo WORLD CRU\SES ;>MY LONDON AGtNT CABV-tt) THERE. \& ONE \N CLVDE-«-AvMD I hAUST HAVE IT (MTWiKTY DA^<S/ YOU HAVE.UT AV1N6 UOUR 10 enough inlnlnt;, wnnniit burlcd beneath Idthos' cities, according to Ur. John W. Finch, University tor of Mines Bureau. Untouched uy thousands at lirospcctors "who huve wau^chcd ncirly every gully In tlie Idaho mountains time and again, arc large veins of "yellow |>«y dirt," Ur. Finch Bald U lies in valleys now covered by crowing cities. It WLIS swept there eons ugo by rushing water of streams which riip- Idly were changing their course. The United states Geological Department, has undertaken to map out courses of the prehistoric streams bearing gold, he said, to old In guiding prospectors. One-fourth, or 70,000,000 acres, of lire farm area of the south is in forest or woodlands. ALLEY 001' REAL ESTATE farms for sale—20% down 13alance like rent Elhel Thompson, Caruthersvillc, Mo. ll-pk-5-ll WANTtiU '10 BUY We buy Chickens and Eggs, high- ] est prices paid. Kite Price Cro- cciy, Phone 111 K. Main. DC k5-9 FOUND .-'IH^XHJ5!H J t\ S A SCORK TO I SO WHG 7UNK TOOK WNNV~**7TROM FOOZV, HUH? WHY. GOt 8UWST HIS ,SCAW HIDE.' Ut P1X HIM.'WE'U 1 ALL GO WITH YA—WE1.U HELP VA DINOSAUR BACK? , I'll SHOW 1HAT M : EVJ THINGS Hanli» Black Kid CIjOVE, while trimmed. Size 0 J-4. Owner may have itne by calling at this office and paying for this ad. SEEDS & PLANTS MEN, WE'RE GONNA VWALE TH 1 OAVL16HT5 OUTft OL' KING IN.' NOW.US5EN - TELL HER 1 *M. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES NOT BAD FOK A START! By Martii hp«&etr Corsruerc . 26c k5-26 EXl'ERT TypsTfritcr and Adding Kiaulnnc U. S. Biann- cusnlp, ltd fc. host, tvill 1«5-J. We ka-aa f-UB SALE . „••„ .I \V(i ; '.>poorwill rcrs for Sale Drive across the rivtr for the lin- esi Whippo*rwill Peas in West Triinetice. Prices Reasonable. William Tucker & Co., Riplcy, Trnn. 18-ck5-28 ,,.MALE HELP WANTED LAROE J/on S;ifc, Good as new, jMArt Cost $aM for 565 cnsl). Hex Hotel, Pnone 204, H. C. Campbell. 25-pk-28 Cotton Seed: Rowden Eig Boll No. 2880 for thin land; also StoM- vill'. Nu. 1. Sl.M per hondrcd. Marvin Robinson, 316 K. Main. ie-pt-5-18 1 Large Fop Com and Peanut- Roaster in perfect condition and as good as new. Very cheap. Phone 63, Hayli, Missouri. Gilbert's Grocery & Manti-i. flp-kS-3 Feeds, Flour, Groceries i Meats at Btst Prices. We Deliver. Phone 234, Kite Price Grocery. DC 1:5-9 POULTRY & EGGS anted, to supply customers J with famoiu Watkins Produclo n Blythsvllle. Business o.stablish- «1, earnings average $25 weekly. )ay slarts immediately. Write J. H. vVatkins Company, 70-86 W. Iowa Avi:., Memphis, Tcnn. She'll Burn 'em Up In London BOOTS,00 TUA. Mt MORE VOUR I'M cc*4?»OEOT. N'MK&TERVOV. '. HE We viH pay Ite per pound for heavy HENS. B. T. Worthy, 315 E. Main. | 14cko-14 BABY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Ccr. No. 86 FOK RENT UNFURNISHED 5 room :ipai tnienl. 101H W. Wnlnnl. Call 678. 30c k-tf Well furnished HOUSE: from May 15 tu September. Reasonable. 801 W. Walmit. Phone 451. HOc kli '1HREE room modern bungalow, 1113 W. Mnin. Call Mrs. Joo Meyers or Mnx Meyers. 27-ck-4 London audiences tnay lie cool — luit not for long. That's licca«s< Kopliio Tucker, "last ot Ilio rp< tint mamns" Is nn LOT way over Sh"'r, shown litre leaving York. FOR SALE PURE WHIPPOORWILL PEAS I'rices Riyld THE CRAFTON CO. Phone 999 We Take Script ~W6 SWtU.. LpT. — BUSS. \v UUVb A PlPE. HOME— X L\VE TWORWE COWOR i&K-.W'TWE. OO U>.TBvy ? HE slf TOR BLtO r A \XH.TOO HOURS W50WT TH ,'lM — .fcOT.Ht'-i 6.TM.E ~C FOC •~r- O«CH\06 .APPLE PVt , ? WASH TUBBS THE NERVE SOMK I'EOPUJ! WA 1 -, OMt THIM'S A IT PONT PAN TO NO CHANCES. WASH HAVE ALREftOV CAPTURED BANDITS LSEWHERE EASY LISTENS WITH KEEN tWTERKT To THE COWBOVS' ACCOUNT OF THE I /THAT'S Ri6t- i r, SHERIFF. SAFETV FIRST, VOU KMOW. BV THE WAV, '/Oil DOM'T MIND IF V TROT OP TO THE. SHACK t-r- r< ;K1E", 00 ^OJ? /' VOU IDIOT! \ (TUT, TUT. sun? IT DOESN'T T^«e MEW/ AS MUCH COURA&E AS THE -SHERIFF By Cra* HE'LL GIT His^ V. i9]*aThE»MBVK:E !•«€ T.M BfC SALESMAN SAM NOW, HOW DID SAM KNOW? ._ By SmitJ fWELL,! DO! I DIOM'T OR.K, OPJC&J eep. UAVKX.MC. r.iu*ct u«.»«r.afr.~ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SALESMANSHIP! Ktossei WELL.JOOCE V^Rk^O FOR A ^AN,0)4CE, A CPOOkS> BUSIMESS, AND t GOT DISCHARGED ON ACCOUNT YOUNG MAN, ARE YOU A TRUSTWORTHY BOY? WELL...1M WIUJI^G TO TAKE \ CRACK AT ANYTHING ..YoJ V/AIT OM TH!S CUSTCK.ER AMD I'LL SEE DO! IMAOAM.YOU \CANT.BEAT /THST WATCH.. IN FACT, IM /SURE WE CAN • GUARANTEE IT TO LAST YOU A ANI> ARE YOU SURE THIS WATCH • IS A "GOOD „ ONE? I WONT HAVE YOU MISREPRESENTING GOODS! WHAT 00 YOU MEAN 9V GUARANTEED A DOLLAR WATCH JO LAST TWAT LADY A LIFETIME ? % BUT SHE v LOOKED "' XWFUU.Y X. SICK!! V*

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