The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 4, 1934
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MAY"4,. 1984 •LTIHBT1LU,, (ABXJ! (XJ0BJJU - « S- CIASSIIIEDSECTION. .CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION rate per aiie tor consent- t'.ve insertions:(Fire tvenge voice Co ft line) One time per Una ...... .... 1 T*o times per line per day .. 08c Thiet tim*« per llm per day . . 06c £ix times per »"» per da; .. 06o Ifonto rate per lira .. ........ fOe BOC Feeds, HMT, : Gncerie* * Meats at Beit nice*. We Deliver. Mow it, Kit* rric» Ortcety. •'..... 9c k5-9 I>OULT«Y & EGGS We will pay IVc per pound for heavy HENS. B. T. Worthy, J15 E. Main. .-..-.• Hck5-14 Ails ordered 10! tnree or si times ami (topped belore explra tun will be ciiarpx) (or the number oi ttanes the ad appeared and adjustment o( bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing ouv 5-de oi the city oust be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed Irani above table. MO rasponEitmiiy will be taxen 101 more than one Incorrect In- terilon oi any classified ad. Auveuitui* wildco. lot inegu- ja insertions take Uie one tune laic. BABY CHICKS ' .All Varieties. Custom hatcliliiB solicited. Set each Tuesday, Jialch each . Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Cer. No. *» 270 acre Omit Fanu for Sale or trade 29 cleared, fine spring, running water, frame hou*e, uood barn, bit' fruit house good wet], In FOR RUNT St., 4 • rooms and bath. Nicely furnished. 'Call 650 or 968. 4-ck-U INGRAM apartment, heat, water furnished. Also store building. UEAL ESTATE Fun us for sale—20% down Balance like rent . . Etlicl Thompson', Caruthcrsville. Mo. ll-pk-5-11 yard, shady trove, tat acre apple oi'coard. J. O. ChaiiUi, Manila, 'Art ip U LOST BLUE KID GLOVES, TutSEy morning in front of high Kbool. Reward lor return to Courier New*. dh U FEEDS FOR SALE; HAY unrt CORN «t 11 bargain. S. B, Hostile, Ltix- ora, Ark. ^<i>-k.5-31 SALKSMKN WANTED furnish references. Write Real Silk Hosiery Mills, Joneslroro, Ark. WANTED: REPRESENTATIVE tor Heal Silk Hosiery Mills for Mississippi county. Must Ix: able to Ohio Amusement Parks j Expect Good Season CANTON, O.'tUl')— Easlern Olik) amusement parks, alter five yean OUR BOARDING HOUSE liv Alien? IP IT 1SNT NICE ^Np SHNRP, n WILL l . BE HARDER, AND TAKE L0^4«seR TOR ME TO NNOW THE Heasonable. Apply BUSINESS DIRECTORY L H. Parkhurst'. • c-klO NICELY furnislM?d cool bedroom. 515 Walnut St. Call 292-W. l-ck-8 Nicely furnished cool BEDROOM, men preferred. 611 W. Main. Call 280. 1-ck-tf FURNISHED bedroom, 1017 W. _ Walnut, Mrs. Ed Hardln, alter 5 WHEN you are fish hungry come j p. M. . Ic ktf to Mcrail fisli Marm, 415 W. Asn. iresu fish Ai All Times. Ic kti-1 Burke Sets the. Price Bolieu Linseed Oil 93c jaL lurpentine 75e s AiMMcu Lamp Tarts S«c eacn BUKKE HARDWARE CO. The «me price store 28ck5-28 COUNTS WORKERS UNION Court House Monday, 1:30 pjn. . For men, women over IS $1 per year Ask us aboit the lUfrcn Honey Ctnttr Goll Balls. They're Better. Unbbard Hardware Co. 5<*»-5 Soy Beans and Peas will be hard U 8n4 neit month. Boy nor- from llubbard Hardware Co. 12ck5-12 HOME REPAIRS: Steps, Boon, menu, wall paper, paint, etc. ANTIM1TE for Termite control E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 100 tVell furnished HOUSE from May to September. Reasonable. 801 W. Walnut. Phone 451.' 26c-k5-26 THREE room modern bungalow 1311 W. Main. Call Mrs. Joe Meyers or Max Meyers. 21-ck-4 Nicely Furnished BED ROOM. Mrs. Nolen, 310 West Walnut. 30c kS-30 UNFURNISHED 5 room apartment, 1013 W. Walnut. Call 678. 30c k-tf NICELY lurnished apartment, 2091 W. Kentucky. Apply after 6 P.M. llu k5-14 FOUR room FURNISHED apartment. TIM W. Walnut. 19-ck-tt MODERN furnished apartment, 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 683. !K-tf BKDROOM for 1. or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451: • : 6c k5-6 ROOM & BOARD of strufjl*. now anticipate, their j tlist normal aeason-ainoe-ltl). ' Operators ol major eastern Ohto aimuement parks • ife .(cttinf ready their ratdrts (or a banner from May 1 until Memorial Day. At Itaat four-.iorw. csUtbliahed aiDuseroent park*, after five peart be»t with bankruptcy . troubles. whic hpperated on a part tbne ba- ak In .iwent jrtara. or were Inactive, haw ffora'lHal tan- Ilca and art planning a: comeback this year. . • Operators believe that the current Mtutrial. upni&i will bolster their 'gate recetrXi. Read Courttr' He«a Want A*. AI.LEY.OOP BLESSED RELIEF! SUMMER-6RASS Tlt/lE-rSNT TAK OFF, YOUR ALL IT TO THE SHOP AND SHARPEN AND CTL IT UP.IN BRSTCDVSS SHAPE. NBSHBOR.NE'KT JUST SAVE lS^4T AVAILABLE- 1 SEE IHt WIFE OrAING EVENTS CAST THEVR o^r^^v^p ^^ r te.-f • i; V££te ".' ,:^jiX-. v --A, >J. •!,-V:V.-"*W*L GUI. oKu 60, \MTH A TOMMY ACHE! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES GETTING ACQUAINTED!. By M*rt* «i Mrs. J. J. Davis, Phone Spencer Corsetiere 2Gc k5-26 EXPERT XyptnT"* 11 and Adding Machine Bepakint. U. S. Blank- rnship, 116 E. Rose, Call 165-J. ."'• - 22c k5-22 Rooms with or without board, steam heat, hot water, reasonable rates, Phocc 234, Rite Price Gro. 29c k5-39 SEEDS & PLANTS .' Wbi.ipoonrill Peas for Sale Drive across Ihe river for the finest WhippoorwiU Peas in West Tennessee. Prices Reasonable. William tucker & Co., Ripley, Tenn. 28-ck5-28 FOB SALE AUTOMOTIVE Star* A Savings Accomnt r.~^r- -With-U« OB Everything for the' Automobile Habkard H4w., Automotive Dept. Phone 476 Phone Anto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. lOcki-10 WANTED TO BUY We bay Chickens and Eggs, highest prices paid. Rite Price Grocery, Phone 234, 111 E. Main. 9c k5-S LARGE Ivon Safe, Uood as new, : Cheap for Cash. Rex Hotel ' Phone 204, H. C. Campbell. 28c-ktf •Cotton Seed": Kowden Big Boll No._ '28*« for thin land; also Stone-1 STRAYEDr One black, horse mule. coouj sots. TOBGET OR tTWEX. 6MWXMCWE ,\M WASH TUBBS APOLOGIES AHE IN ORDER! By STRAYED yillc No. 1. *1.5 Marvin Robuuan, per handred. 319 E. Main. I8-pk-5-18 1 Large Pop Corn and Peanut Roaster in perfect condition and as good as new. Very cheap. Phone 63, Hayti, Missouri. Gilbert's Grocery & Market. 9p-k5-9 weight about 1,100 Ibs., 6 years old. From my place at Clear Lake S5.00 Reward for information. B L. Holmes, Route 2, Blythcville. Ip-kt WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT —Three or four room house. Cnll 306. dh U MV STARS ALIVE! DID V OU BOVS CAPTURE ALL FOUR BWttHTS 'MN WORD! MV WORD! i CAKTT U6LL,SOH,ITS«MS THAT MY TOOHER WOO : AREMT.StKH NO-GOOP, i THOUGHT THW'S HOW' APOLOOIZE.C BOTH SPLSNPtO ANO TO APOUXilZEjTOO. T>UUk VOLCRS SALESMAN SAM REAL CLUE! SmU f6V THE PROCESS OP DEDUCTION, OOZZ : AND W\TH TH' HELP of THIS MUD,I •CflM TBLUTrlfa H RWMED TH 1 NIGHT OFTH'SftFE RC686RV THE DUNE , AT KTTTYHAWK, N.C. , ON WHICH A ISO-FOOT MONUMENT WAS ERECTED IN 1932, IN HONOR. OF WILBUR AND ORVtUE WRIGHT, WAS FOUND TO HAVE SHIFTED •fOO F£ET SINCE THE WRKJHTS FIRST FIEW THEIR. PLANE OVER, tr 29 YEARS BEFORE. •-. .- 0 1M4 BT HO SC^VKC WC- ANY FREE oiuecr THAT IT NOT MHO UP W SOME MANNER, NO MATTER HCW IT IS MOMNO^ IS SKTEEN FttT LOWE RAT THE ENOOFASECONO TH AN IT WOUIP HAVE BEEN HAO OSAVITATION NOT THAT SWONO. IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO PICNIC TWICE ON THE SAME SPOT, OR. I AIN'T TOUCHIM 1 THING, SAM'. TKEV WERE MWDti ROB8ERS* IT IS, DUZ2.\ IT'S 60NMA 6? SlMPLfr PLU I GOTTft DO K RUBBERS THAT *(T TH FCX3T PRINTS! J«T A WMUTE TILL.1 HERE*. > M6ASURE- MfeNTSl FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ALL UPSET! A rltlc bullet. If fired from a gun heW horizontally, will reach trie carlh In exactly the same length of ttme as one which Is merely dropped Iro nitlw gun's muzzle. The experiment must be made on level ground, however. ... • NEST: How saajrefn "B » *wefl bee Uy daily? CUSTOMER CAME IN, BOUGHT A ' DIAMOND, ANO THIS W TrIE • RESULT.,.. ^.- A*to AU. TOU COT KO. rr WAS us SKNATuRe ON A CWECK! SAY.... I WOIAONT EVEN TAKE A CHECK FROM MY COUSIN' WSLU.I SOLD THAT MAN THE LARGEST IN W STOCK ! IMAGINE; IT.... THREE THOUSAND BUCKS '.! PERSONALLY, I THINK Mx)R DIAMOND IS ABOUT AS SAFE AS A SACRIFICE HIT! HOW 1X3 VtXJ k^'0\V HE'S THE GUY HE SAID HE WAS 7 WELL, OF. COURSE, kwow YOUR RELATIVES BETTER THAN I'DO.' ME IDENTIFIED HIMSELF... -A WART ON HIS IEFT OUT IF THE CHECK IS GOOD FOR *300O.... I WOtJLDNT ANY tl VyELL,I PONT IWlMK. ITS GfXXt BiisiNes9,pARTisiG-v/rTH A s i * - su DIAMON&'AND CETT1HC NoTM^'G BUT A CHECK FOR' JTv.'YbJe. DIAMOND IS CC^E. XU3 I BET THAT'GUY WAS PLA/ISW ._. : CLASS'ES FOB KESPS. 1 > ''

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