The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1934 · Page 5
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SATURDAY; MAY 5, 1934 UBI.K ROUBJIB ».. ***** wrn CLASSIFIED SECTION- diu CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate prr ane ror consecu- CotUn Seed: Rrrrfcn Bit Ml N*. 2«)tt Cot thiii l*»*; awo Staac- 'Ilk, No. 1. fl.5» per hanore*. »u-vin KoJUBWD, 31tl E. Mam. (five average words to a lice) One time per line IQc eery it MarKev Two times per line per day .. OSc Three Ume» per lim per day .. 0(0 Elx time* per lice per day . Vootb rate per Uo» .'... Mo Hlnimiim ebarge We Ads ordered lor tnree or Umec and stopped before expira- t'uQ will be cii&rg(;o for the. number ol Umu the ad appeared ana adjustment ol bill made. All Classified Advertising copy •ubmltted by persons residing outside ot tile city or u£t be accompanied by cash. Rate* may be c*Eliy computed (ram above table, HO responsibility will be tajteu 101 more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. jinvr' V' vl "c wdcita lur iriegu- ta&i* HV? one time Large I' op Coru ana Peanui Hoisier in perfect condition arm as good as new. Very cbeap. PhciK- 63, Hayti, Mis&aerl. Gilbert's Oio KEAL KSTATB 8p-k5-i Feeds, Hour, Groceries & Meats at link Price*. We Deliver. I'll CUM ill, Kile trice Grocery, 1'OULTKY & EGGS We will pay ioc per pound for heavy 1IENS. U. T. Wixlhy, 315 E. Main. 14ck5-14 iUKECTUlU Furnltue Repairing—UpholMtrinx Also auwmooiic upnolsieriny. We wm bo glad to reier you to customers us ' to quality and wor*- inansiiip. Complete lir.e supplies. New Location 118 -No. Seconu JENKINS i SON 5-ck-6-5 BABY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Set eacli Tuesday', hatch each Wednesday. MARILYN HATCHERY Hatchery Code Cer. No. 86 FOR BEN1 2 story well furnished HOUSE Frlfidafre electric stove. Immc rilale possession. Very reasonable 801 w. Walnut. Call 451. ck-2 WHEN you arc fisli hungry conic 10 Metail Fish MarKct, 41b W. Ash. rrcsn Hsn At All Tunes. Ic kb-1 INGRAM apartment, heat, wate furnished. Also store buildh Reasonable. Apply I. R. Parkhurs c-kl Afain Burke Sets the Trice Banco Liiisttu Oil U5c gal. 'lirpenuoe 75€ t Aiaaaen Lamp tarts 36c eacu liUMKt HARDWARE CO. Ihe one pncu mure COUNTY WORKERS UNION Court House Monday, 1:34 p.m. For vten, women over 16 $1 per year Ask «s about the Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls. They're Better. Hubbard Hardware Co. Scko-5 Soy Beans and Feas wilt be hard to find next month. Boy no from Hubbard lUrdware Co. HOME REPAIRS: Steps, flwri, screens, wall paper, paint, etc. ANT MITE fur Termite control E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 100 Nicely furnished Ward apartmen on W. Ash St., 4 rooms and ball iall 650 or 96«. 5ckt Farms for sale—20% down Balance like rent Elhcl Tlkompcoti, Carulhersville, Mo. ll-pk-5-11 STRAYED welctit about 1,100 Ibs., 6 yean old. From my place at Clear Luke. $5.00 Reward for Information. B. L. Holmes, Route 'i, Blytneville. Ip-kl WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT —Three or WANTED TO UUY We buy Chkkeni and EJJS. hi(h- est price* paU. Kite 1'rlip <iri>- cery, rh*ne tU. Ill t:. Maiu. Milk hus llic fooil'viiluc o( nil fowls and Is considered the TRAYED—One black horse imile.l four room house. Call 30*. dhttmobt nearly perfect foocl. German-Americans Will Meetjn Ckvelud CLEVELAND^ (UP)—'Hie tliird uniiiml meeting of llu- Germnn- Amcrliiin Congress will bo held icrc June 7, 8 find 9, by nn- immccmenl of Olio I. Filcke, im- loiml president. Oernimi orijiwl- OUR BOARDING HOUSE liv Alierr NICELY furnished cool bedroom 515 Walnut St. Call 292-W. l-ck-8 N'icely furnished cool BEDROOM, men preferred. Sll W. Main. Call 280. 1-ck-tf FURNISHED bedroom, 1017 W. Walnut, Mrs. Ed Ilnrdin, aflcr 5 I'. M. ic ktt THREE room modern bungalow, 1311 w. Main. Call Mrs. Joe Meyers or Max Meyers. a7-ck-4 Nicely Furnished BED HOOM. Mrs. Nolen, 310 West Walnut. 3)c k5-j'J UNFURNISHED 5 room apartment, 1013 W. Walnut. Call 078. 30c k-tf -YOU OJCJVn TO Bfe ABLE TO STUFF fc WftLLET MONEY, ON WHOSE TOOTW "PASTE, Sr4AVlN«S CRtAM, ANTS T?A7.0R -eiATiES YOU UV<E "BEST / \OU SHOULD V<NOW:| ^W' £ "" s^o^PD^ VOUVE HELPED NOURSELT TO 1 up vmS^L sSS? ALL TH' -BRANDS US GUYS IN THVS^ ^uppry OT PRPP WILL HAYE TiOU6m \Kl THE Usff UMPLE TEN YEKRS; A'^S OF SHAV1N<S ->' <r~«<j syzz i CREAM &Nt> J ^^ _ —~~ S&Z \ -TV-^-,^-1 1 I..V NOU 14OW TO >OU W\L\. NOTE, lons' frotn Uiroufhout the country will be repreKiited.. Luncliepn In Hotel HoUenum, i!l open the m&tons. Special ser- vkcs will be 'held Sunday morn- li« ol thnt week In'atl-Clfcvcland German clmrches. The Rtv. FrltB O. Evors' of Baltimore, will be a principal speaker during the meet. Read Courier New* Want Ads. •MONTREAL. (UP)^It Is estimated that consumption'' of -bananas by-Canadians has Increased 30 [*r cent In the last', few years. Th« treaty protleUiif for Uw Panama Canal «is sliried Nov. IS, 1903, between aiid Panama. the United SUtes ALLEY OO1' JUST KKTWEKN (iUZ AND OOP! AVJ, 1HINK. NOTHING •VCXcl 3UW GOT RIO P THAT PESKY BRONTOSAUPUS i PRET1V SUCK- THAT'S RI6HT TAKC All W , VA BUM' VOU KRG\T THAT I'M OSSERVIK46 OF SOME I ER-AH — I VJ IF, AH-CCUI.P) IF ViX/o MIN* TELUN' ME VgHATCHA T(XO TOW MESSENGER VA S€NT TO QOEEN UMfftTE WOOLDJA, HOHf» AVJRIGHT N-VtV, OU 1 PAL- CfAON ) n , OVER HfiRE WHERE VJt CAU T,.'-JC HAVE SOME PRWACV, /-^"^-^/I'J^ : J AM' I'LL LE1CHA 1H /nK&vTW'tft °s^pB!f E /^^\S NOW.USSEN- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES REMBMBKlt WHEN?' THERcf pRe-r-vY SOFT TOR YOO, EH/ CW'T SAY Ol! KING GOZ2LE OO*T DO THINGS FOR HIS. FRIENDS — HOW WHAT <5UZ TEU OOP.- THAT UKE TO' KNOCKED NICELY furnished apartment, 209 W. Kentucky. Apply after 6 r. M. 14c k5-H FOXJK.room FURNISHED apart- lent-, 700 W. Walnut. 19-cfc-tl Mrs. J. J. Davis, Phone Spencer CtncUen 421 26c k5-26 EXPERT T;pe»rlter and Addini Machine Repairing. U. S. Blank- erahip, 116 E. Rose, Call 165-J. 22c k5-22 'SEEDS & PLAN're BEDROOM for 1 or 2 gentlemen, 801 W. Walnut St. Call 451. 6c k5-6 Wbt>poor«ill Peas for gale Drive across the river for the lin- tst Whlppoonvill Peas in West Tennessee. rri<-« Reasonable. WUUam Vacker & Co., Ripley, Tenn. 28-ck5-2S FOR SALE . ladies' Beautiful Silk Hose. Slightly Imperfect, 5 pairs SI 00, Postpaid. Satisfaction Guaranteed Economy Hosiery Co., Asheooro N. C. LARGE Iron Safe. Good as new Cheap for Cash. Hex Hotel Phone 204, II. C. Campbell. ZBc-ktf MODERN furnished.apartment, 108 W. -Kentucky. Phone 683. 2a-tt ROOM & BOAKD Room* with or without board, steam heat, hot water, reasonable rates. Phone 234, Rile Price Gro. 2flc k5-29 AUTOMOTIVE By THE TIMID HEROES! Start A Savings Accocnt With Us On tverjthuig for the Automobile llubbard lldw., Anlomotive Dept i'hone 476 thoof Auto Gla» All Kind! Installed The .Ark-Mo Lcmber Co. 10ck5-10 FEEDS FOR SALE: HAY and~CORN~al a bargain. B. D. Rozelle. Luxor;i, Ark. «p-ko-21 Tw/s Owous WORLD ¥^ . .RON SET THE CAMEPft. WE MlKTSHOWl -THEIR PICTURESTOOOR FRI6WDS BACk EAST. *»<DCflR, BRAVE eoys. vcju SIMPI.S MOST TSU, US AQftW HOW VOU CAUGHT THOSE (THEV'D Be KISSIMG v —, us NEXT. /— By Cam y\. ' CflW'T STAUO IF LJ THO, AMP TAkr; To THE HILLS. AH,VKU-'.TH6M ABOUT 6EIM6 HERoeS,POOMER. WE'RE PRETT-yWtTH Mi!S LAMgl —f— -• ^ "6 ««3« •' «* SCTWCC. «C. T, •. IH4. V <. NT. O SALESMAN SAM • TDDAV. MR. ytH' Feu.AS WHO SOUiPEC OORSftFE LSFT FOOT PWMTS IM [W' BftOC VARD ftND SflM'S WORKIN' ON TH 1 GErriNG NOWHERE IN A HURRY! THERE VA ARE 1 . I'VE GOT TH 1 RUBBERS THKT FIT, PERFECTLV, THESE FOOT PRINTS* GREAT WORW.1 BUT HOW TH 1 HECK DIP3A GET 'eh? 'By THE TOWN OF 7AYLOG., TEXAS. UAO 23 INCHBS OP ffAW IN ^-f HOURS! seer. A QUCEN BEE CAN LAV TW/C-E HER OWN M.TK3HT IN t OAILV, MULE^l3£liil."is" thc"co"rrcct"n¥ine~cT the animal which Is known Ilirongli ils home range as the black-tall, The name mule (leer is \ appropriate, because of the large mule-Uke ears, but to call the animal * black-tall Is confusing, since only the tip of tht tall Is black. FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS QUIT STANDING THESB TELLING ME I WAS A CHUMP TS TAKE A CHECK FROM THAT GUT, IN P*f>1ENT FOR THAT RING! IVE B6EN TAKIWQ CHAMCSS. R» MONTHS AND I'M STILL IN BUSINESS F IS THAT PLAIN •2 AW, IT WAS EASV I JEST WALKEP DOWN TO TH •SHOE STORE AW 1 BOUGHT rr IF iv =ws • PKIOOSr I WONT | LIVE THAT MANS LOOKS (I By WHAT WAS V/RChlG WITH HIM? ME SEEMED ALL RICHT TO HE....WE LOOKED FRANk AND EARNEST YEAH.... FKWK IN PtTTseURG AMP EARNEST IN CHICAGO/ AMP WE WAS PLENTY SMART, TOO! DID YOU UOTKE HOW HE LOOKED AT ~TH£ DIAt^OfJD WTTH THAT MOlvOCLE HE HAD? SHOULD INCACtASS

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