The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1934 ILIOTVILLB, (Alt! POOMUt FAGB FIVE CUiSlflED SECflON- - he i's Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line tor consecu- i'.ve Insertions: tFlve average woios to a line) One time per liua JOc Two times per line per day . Three times per lirn per day .. OSc £11 times per lice per day .. OSc Vouth rate per line Wo Minimum charge SOc Ads ordered ro? tnree or six limes and stopped before cxplra- tou will be cnargoc for the ter of tines the ad appeared ana adjustment ot bill made. All Classified Advertising cop> submitted by person residing outside ot tlie city H ust be accompanied by cash. Rates ,iuay be easily computed fro.Ti above wble, Ko responsibility will be taken i ox more than one incorrect to- serilou oi any clasiified ad. - jtuvei'usuiii uidcitu lor irregu- ju moeruons laiti- ibe one uiue Feeds, Flour, Groceries £ Meati at B«t Prices. We Deliver, rhone >31, Kite Frice Grocery. 9c R5-9 REAL ESTATE 1'OULTUY & EGGS Fnnns for sale—20% down lialanoe llVe rent I Ethel Thompson. Caruthersville, Mo. ll-pk-5-11 [yard, shady trove, flve acre apple OlX'llHl'd, J. C. Chapm, Manila, Ark. Ip k4 We will pay IDc per pound for heavy HKNS. it. T. Wormy, 315 K. Main. .!TO acre Orark Farm for Sale or I BLUE KID GLOVES, TnettUy trade 20 clewed, flue spring. I morning In front of high school, running witter, tamo house. Rood]Reward lor return to Courier News. KAUV CHICKS All Varieties. Custom natcning solicited. Set each Tuesday, hatch each Wednesaay. MARILYN HATCHERY Hiucnery Code O'er. Mo. <w LOST hi;; fniU house good well, in I FEEDS FOR SALE: HAY nnd COUN lit a bargain. S. U. liozelle. l.nx- orn, Ark. 24p-l(5-24 Among ruined cities piou.ilily the oldest In the enstem hemisphere Is Nineveh, the ancient capital or As- syila, which was known us fur dll tl tack us 2500 B. O. OIJK BOAKDING HOUSE m^ Uv Alien? NICELY luvnishcd cool bedroam. UID Walnm Si. Call 2D2-W. Nicely furnished cool BEDROOM, BUSINESS DIRECTORY Call -en. 1-CK-tl PURN1SHED bedroom. 1011 Walnut, Mrs. ta narain, alter i> P. At. Ic kti Well furnished HOUSE from May la to September. Keasonaole. wii W. Walnut. raonc «l. 200 k3j THREE room modern bungalow, 1113 W. Main. .Uail Mrs. Joe 27-ck-i WHEN you are fifh hungry come to Mcrall Fish Market, 415 w.] Me - vers or Max Meyers. Asn. tresn Fish At All Times. 1C Ku-1 Again I'.urkc Sets the I'rite Boiled Linseed Oil Ii5c gal. Iiupentinc 75c gal. Audden Lamp Tarts Me caca BijRKt HARDWARE co. The unc price store 28ck5-28 COUNTY WORKERS UNION Court House Monday, 7:30 p.m. For men, women over 16 Ask us about the llagcn Honey Center Golf Balls. They're Ikt- ter. Hubbird Hardware CD. 5cko-5 Soy Beans and Peas will be hanl to rind next month. Kay now from Hnbbard Hardware Co. 12ck5-l' HUME REl'AIRS: Steps, floors, screens, wall paper, paint, etc. ANTIMITE for Termite control . E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 100 Mrs. J. J. Davis, Phone 421 Spencer t'orsetieri! 2Gc SC5-2 Nicely Furnished BED ROOM. Mrs. Nolen, 31tl West, Walnut, soc ks-ao UNFURNISHED 5 room apartment, 1013 W. Walnut. Call d78. SOc k-tf NICELY furnished apartment, 2M W. Kentucky. Apply after fi P. M. lie k5-n FOUR, room FURNISHED apartment. 700 W. Walnut. 19-ck.-U MODERN furnished apartment, 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 681). 22-tf INGRAM aparinient, heat, water furnished. Apply I. R. Parkhurst. lOcktf BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen. Ml W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6c kS-6 IVE NOTICED TMAT YOU LADS PLAY QUITE ON THIS VACANT LOT/ SEEM TO ENJOY iT, TXPNJ'T YOU 9 WAS A YOUNGSTER rAVSELF, ONCE. , SO 60 -RI&WT AHEAD TO YOUR HEARTS CONTEt-JT, THANKS.' WHV tX3NT YOU "BUILD A MOV\E THEATER ON YT~ AN" LET US IN PREE? IT IS MY PROPERTY' MRS.SWITZER ALWWS / SHASG.IN" us OPF YOUR LOT/ WILL YOU TE\A_ HER YOU SAID WE CAN PLAY HERE? EUECT A "BUILDING, HERE, BUT i SEE IT'WOUL-D SPOIL YOUR FUN Mussolini Asks U. S. Italian Bbout Invention GENEVA. N. V, <Ul')-At I ho irqut'sl of Premier Miuwolhil. 1/oiils 11. Crlsci. loenl inveiilor, is sub- mtltiliu lo the Ilallnn Kovcmiiienl bluu prints of mi invcnllon which claims suid piutecl wmshlps niirim'i during time of'war. Crlscl suld he offered (lie inven- llon, which he had been working on for several years, to his native country, feeling that It nioro In need ot such protective devices ow- liif to tlw warlike conditions in Kuroiw, than Is the United Stales. He received a letter from T. Mili-jSciiplli, divisional lulmlnil of the Italian Navy, who &ald that by order of the divisional commander Crlscl was Instructed to submit to the department proof of his Invention to .be studied and verified by engineers pending acceptance. If the Invention Is accepted, Crlscl hopes to go to Italy to supervise experimenting and bulld- of it to H final stage. AL1-KY 001' I'ACK TO PACK WITH TROUBLK! 7"C 1 WONr"C'MONf . N ,\V£ f.'Vf-l WtS A)NT NO P1CN\C.' '^•*\i YK^\ -VE'RE GONNA /r/.oNMi.k..* s ST ^ RT us A VIARf By Hanlia 'fcozv, vnv?r <X GOZ . . . VHAI'S QOEENrXlR?/^" ON HIS M1NO IS HAW TO SAY - BUT MW8E HE'LL f BUT i mi VA.FOOZV , THERE'S 3UMPIH FUNNV 'BOUT AU. Tli-S SUODEM FRIENDSHIP.' THAT J HESSAGE TO QUEEN _f UMPATEEDLE HAS_/ GOT ME i T\ WORRIED [_/ YOU'RE \ 1115 iK HIM TO FIT ALLEY/ MCkl LOOKft THIS THING? WOTANU GONNA >O?HELP/ O HMJTT MA tCTMOT, NIC- T.M.H€m.U.m l f*T.O»F. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I'OOK HOOTS! By ROOM & BOAKP Rooms with or without board, strain heal, hot water, reasonable rales, fhune 234, Kite Price Oro. 20c L5-2S EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Kepairing. U. S. BUnk- enship, 116 E. Rose, Call 165-J- 22c k5-22 SEEDS & WhlMpoorwill 1'cas for Sale Drive across the river for the fin est Whippoorwill Peas in West Tennessee. Trices Reasonable. William Tucktr i- Co., Riplcy, Tenn. ZS-rkS-M AUTOMOTIVE Start A Savings Account With Us On Everything for the Automobile Bubbard Hdw., Automotive Depl. Phone 476 Phone Anto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. 10cko-10 WANTED 1O BUY FOR SALE LARGE Iron Sale, Good us new, Cheap for Cash. Rex Hotel, Phone 204, H. C. Campbell. :i-pk-28 Cotton Seed: Rowdcn Big Boll No. 2880 for thin land; also Stone- vilk Ko. I. 51.50 per hundred. Marvin Kobinson, 310 E. Main. lB-pk-5-18 1 Large Pop Cora anil Peanut Roaster in perfect condition and us good as new. Very chcnp. Phone We buy Chkkcns and Eggs, hijh- tst prices paid. Kilt Price Grocery, Phone 234, 111 E. Main. 9c kS-P WASH TUBES EVERYTHING'S LOVELY! The Courier cents UOc) News will each for pay ten complete copies of the Courier News, April 16, 1934. STRAYED STKAYED—One black liorse mule. weight atout 1.100 Ibs.. 6 years old. From my place at Clear Lake. $5.00 Reward for information. B 63, Hayti. Missouri, eery & Market. Gilbert's C.ro-JL. Holmes, Route 2, Blytlievillc. 9p-k5-0 I 1|> t THIS CURIOUS WORLD THA^! FROM ANY OTHER. NATION. E'I SHC-OT? .' i k'.LLEO 'E M ALL ' /b TPHt SHERIFF, fHECOW60V5, THE DEPUTIES, AMD Uoi-P MAM RNERS ARE DOMBFCXJWDED TO GEE 6A»>/ Rl05,UNHARMEP,"vt) "VHE V6RV DOOR . . . AND ENTER THE S*ME HOUSE WUEDt^ THEY ARE POSfflVS 4 De^PERMECXjrLfW.'S , BWRICADED. POB.THE ROOM ffRt._MlSS_LWE IS BOUND, IS DES6RT6D. &OOOMEK.50ME ONE IIADTIlf COME AFTCRME. By Cra» /'SURE! kINDA SCftRED.THO. THE BANDITS WERE' AWFULLV MICE AMD t>DUT6, 8UT L THOUGHT THOSE CRftlY COW80VS WOULD SHOOT THE ftcE TO PIECES, r ~^- — SALESMAN SAM THAT MARKS A DIFFERENCE! By (§OOSE FEATHERS V/ERE FAVORED 8V EA5LV WRITERS FOR /WAKIN6 QUILL PENS, AND QUU.S FRO/A THE L£FrW/NG WERE PREFERABLE. TVAeS \'e. cJoH< BUT V cp^'T Te-'.L, THE.V BLeco tw sp, MOTl FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BEHIND HIS BACK! CREEPING VINES Of THE TROPICS, CROW TO A LENGTH OF Qooffer' WATER. FLOWS FREELY THROUGH THE STEM? i-f 'lucre is so much water flowing through the long slsnis of the lianas that travelers use them as drinking fountains. A glass of clear, cool walcr will drain out from a cut stem only 40 inches long. GOSH, 1 GUESS I DONT UW*»STAND THIS JEWELRY RACKET-"- YESTB3PAY THE BOSS TOU5 MS HE V/ANTEP ME TO PICK *1 THINGS UP WJICKLY .' NEXT: arc the real flowers of the calk Uly located? AND TODAY HE ftLLS ME MELLeREAX W NECK, IF HE CATCHES ME TRYING TO LIFT ANYTHING...IMAOIwe ASKING ME IF I COULD SET A DIAMOND... THE ONLY THING I COULO SET 15 A H£H,OH A BATCH OF EGCi'Sf! YEAH...I FIGORSD I'D GIVE TVIE Xio A BeEAK...ITVIIIIV; I'LL TT5Y TO TEACH HIM Hew TO SS'-L II I SEE YOU PAVE FRECKLES WORKING FOR YOU YtXJR IDEA IS,IH I HIRIMG SiJCH A ! VOUMG LOOWIU' I SALESMAN .' By Utossei ^ VWELL. I kIWV, FIGURE THAT,wnH HIMI WAITIKQ OH THEM,THE CUSTOMERS CANT' HELP BUT THINK "THEY'RE GETTING THE BEST OF THE BARGAIN! SOTMAT'5 IT, EH' WELI I'LL SKOW 'EM II

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