The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1936 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 23, 1936
Page 7
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llou can PIT ?T&mthe WANT ADI CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Walls inter per line for coiuccu- Insertions: 'jne time 1*1- nho 10! 'I'm limes per linn per (lay .. 08c Month rule per lino 60c| Minimum cnorgc DOo Three times per line clay . Mi Elx time.i per lino P« da; .. 05u An* onlcii'0 iur »!"!'• " r «!* limes mid stewed before cxplrn- (lon will be charged lor Hie nnm- bjr of limes trie s<J nupcnred and "•IJusLmml of bill marie, •Ul cmssinco -Advcrtlslmf copy I ibiuiUcd by persons residing out- MiJc or me city must bo accompanied by casli. Hates mny bt easily computed Irom obovo table Advertisiri?. oraered far irregular Insertions late the one time rate No icspun&immy will be taken toi- mor>; I'nan ™>o Incorrect In- icrliou of uny classlflad ud. Busiuess Directory Kcal iLsrate fur Sale r,- Trade—My liome at i)19 V. r . r>iain. liaruain. Mrs. a. 6. StcrnberK. Call 83-1. For Sale: Corner lot K Kentucky iwu 1 Park. TEKMS. K T. Elder. <*, Dell Cafe, West Memphis, Ark. !8-p-k-18 FOR SALS Several thousand acres southeast Missouri ricil alluvial cotton & corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE RENT. Everett 13. Oee, Ml!. VI'.TEKAN! Here is a chance to invest yonr uonus money wisely. GOOD 5:i-acrc farm near St. Louis. CHEAP. TERMS. T. P. Elder, Care Dell Cafe, West Mcmr/nis, Ark. • For Rent Final Close Out k Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES THEMKMO LUMI t'liONi: 10 WORLD WAR PRESIDENT/ Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN WU BUY HIDES & AIX KINDS METALS Wo Sell Coal, Wood and kindling Give Us a Trial anil Bo Satisfied Blytheville Fuel Co. 'll8 S. Halh'oad SI. Dance Every Night At the Silver Moon NightClub Newly Remodeled Good Music Most delightful Night Club between Memphis and St. Louis. De;.n's Advice for Students Is Supplanted EVANRTON', III. (UW-.TUCrii'll to I'd mure falls for ori'ltv^ .sl;t- dfiila to report, to the ami i;r women at Mw Good uarbecne •R. BAILEY, Myr. '•i I! no in Fvrnishcd Apartment, !C11 W. Ash. Vacant An?. 1. Call -H5W. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. •22C kit Furnished Apartment, 108'\V. Kentucky. Phono C83. 21)) k2S 2 newly feccrateri apartments in daplcx, unfurnished. Call; 7G1 8-cb-tr 3 Room Furnished Apartment, private bath, garage at 22-1 Don- Ban. Mrs. Wert. 21c k2S mowers shuriiciicd the Ideal way on the Ideal Mower Blinding machine. Guaranteed job only $1. ' lilyllicviHe Machine Shop TRANTHAM TRANSFER CO. Moving 50c room up. pianos $1 up. PHONE %4 Keep KOG! With Huiilcf Electric Fans Hubbard Hdw. Co. r PIIE World War promised to Wooclrow V.'ikbn one of the rjrealesl pi'csick'nly in Unitetl States history, but the poni'c thai followed destroyed thai hope. Tills was the great tragedy in the life o! (he 28lh president, a great liislovian ;nul student of government, but one who was as a child in Ilic realm of international diplomacy. Wilson, born in 1050, was president of 1'rini'clon University when h*) entered New Jersey politics. After a term as governor of Ndw Jersey, ho became president of (he United States and immediately began instituting reforms in national government. The wai 1 came and bo was reelected on the claim that lie had l:ept-us out of the conflict.' But America did get in, and when peace was being considered, Wilson made his biir mistake by go- ini! to France and yielding to the wiles of Em'opcan diplomats. His i one great" idea—the League ot Nations—never was upheld by'iliv United Slates, and it has turned out a sorry faihire. Wilson was brolicn in. health and spirit by the end of his second term, and he remained an invalid until bis death - in 192-1. I at G8. His picture- appears on the current 17- A IK ,v l:t:,u'il ' (i iieiroiijiel nd- iniiiLitiutbn has lo?eu established to lake OUT riincllfins of !l-c •lorn,' rfTimj and • otlu'r cwinwl- m;-. jirllvllif:;. The board will tepid of 11 member:!.. iiinvr'iTd em)ib;>s<s on l'.\n iV> I'cssity ol oxpniuliii!! Ihu activities of the niivei.'.ity beyond Hit cl;i>su:oni u ; \ ; ; oiled by i'iv:;i- dont Walter Bill Kcoll .is the prime iiiou- behind the tisan'-'c. '"l!ie |:rimary tnnclion of a a:lU'i;e ' l':i.^:, MY^ and 'but 01 mmaniii!! a certain au'cinn c;f [actual knovvlcds'A'," li-' ii'ild, "i; tl:;i(, ( ;f iinaluclm e-han- •scs in the bilmvior nnd lliinl;- )»u of sliK'enlfi *_W* (ril.-i-'.c to (his iiiKietlyln;' |iur- in class nnd without, should con):<;.-e. 'i'i) (bat ind |iro;,ve.':slvo iintvi'i.siili's I'verywhore mo In- nvasliiij tlii-li' fiicllilU's to iiiov 101- K.r !!"• iiubvidiial nii-ds »f slu- ili'iits In t|u> problems arklng oitt- :>Uio cl (lie c!a;>^ruoai. I'cst Attacks Susiii 1 licet C1KEAT VALIS. Mont, (Ul>) Thi! sugnf [jeet. webl) \vonn has been ''.'tiled tci die list ot pests timi ure taking a terrlllc toll of Amerlemi usrli'tilliife IbLs year. Dan Tbur- lier. county oxtcnsion iigciil, Imd 200 leli'phona ealls tn one day [rmii besieged boot growers. I:LI;OTI(IC ,^ AcuTYt.KNt;" WELDING AT UKST PltfCIJS I'liOMFl' SUIJVIC1J ;larks(lale Ml PHONE 10 g.Co, Texas Pioneer Sees Longhorn Herd and Cries (UW-Col. Jaek "1 diovo Ihoustmtls or Hum mci ,400111 nnnhersiiy of lint Stab's the tuilli In Ihu eiilj dija" [hlstoiy in 1940 , Potter bla/ul iho Pottei mull ~ Uncoil linn f|om Albunj, I'LX, lo Clieycnne \V\o, 04 icoii auo He M. Potter, Texas-tan Inill blam',1 Is n m,mbei of the New Mevlio wept wl}cu lie saw u hem of 'Vex- toininlwlnn vlikh yvlll itnijc the as "lonitliorii" calltc on display al ~ Ihe. 'J'cxas. Centennial Kspo.slllon. "It's been fiilly 25 years since I've soen line of them crlllers," Pollor, who now la a declared Pjollor, who clllai'h of New Mexico mid -a member ol Urn stale's lenlslalnrc. llcfore Vou Ihiy Any Outboard - See HID N.KI'l'UNE S!45 10 II. P.) SiUUUAlfl) Tnii'3 ,<4 H'ATrBKY CO. 3 II. 1', SliiRle. (!yl. (Other 'Slws to 3 roum fur. apt., telephone, water free. 120 Donaau Avc. Phone. 785-J. Mrs. Belle \Vood. 21-c-k-tf COOL, bcdroc-'.r. for permanent, & transient guests. .Pans free. Bess Hall.. Oil W~Miilli.'' '."• --- • . • . . For Sak GOOD PEACHES, S1.50 bll. Geo. McCarn, 2 mi. west" lowii. •n-n-k-2-1 Slightly used FACTORY BOA'I and late model Johnson Sea Horse 'IS 1). 1>. OUTBOARD MOTOR, yc«i shape, $100 cash. Paul P.yvinn. •' 0-ck-lf Good Used Tracks 1D34-V8, ll-i ton truck ins-1 Chevrolet !',» ton truck 1A3 International 1!^ ton truck <fc trailer 1C35 International t'.i ton truck & trailer '•'• toll International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. : ; oi; SAI.K 5 room hr.'.ise, b.ith. Ijaryc lot. Across from .high and grade hchools. Cheapest taxes in town. Could be made into apartment. 809 ChickasawL"- dlt tf Eggs, Poultry •Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry 111 E. Main Pos!Lion Wanted EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHEK and Eooklicepcr wants position. Good references, KleaTOi Smi.h. 1315 W. Main. Gail 33i/-W. 13p k2J jjalLerics DElTEn BATTKRY SERVICE Call J, B. Clune At Tom uariisou's Service Stallon Personal AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced — Conlidenttal PAYMENTS BEDURED No rr-wiinciTi. Jiist; oring. car and rcj'U-lralion trard alon^ U. W. MULLINS ""•••"•'iry I!M;r. I'lunic 453 For Sale or Kent G room nictiern Rar,ij;e. w.itor house. Kcci50iiab!c. house, double healer, tenant Call 57G-W. Sllip by .1. W. I'AKKKIl TRUCK DencnUablc Daily Service From *' Meinphis ' Keep Freight rtloucy at Home Call 127 809, W. Aih at. U. S.— current Prcsidcfil Contracting ucreaqe Beans • •tff • • •"•; ': ''•''.,,"; •;See Ilytheville Canfiingr Co. Blytheville,Ark. OltDEKS TA|<KN FOIl "nKRNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FR1SB Mrs. Lcsllo Hooper M.'-s. A. c. Haley HOD Clilekasawbii .Phono 7SB Drs. Wert & Wert OI'TOMUTIITKTH Over Joe Isaacs' Stori/ MAKK 'KM KKK 1 ' rlione' MO v«; L "Wf. « Courier News oUssilicd nch t'ay RADIO REPAIRING, Ciimplctc line of and 1'artt I'OH QUICK SKKVICK WASH HI) ON and GRAVEL TJ10NU 700 Sujicrioi Coal it. Mining Ami ivu bandlo all I.eaiHiijf llriimls «f ItlBh (imile Caal— Siniiiiiil, C.n.vl Hi'u(, isulliant, Monllccllii, etc. Co. IIUHHAHD "tntr & MATTEUY co H10.NIC VI ONE STOP SIJIIVICR STATION I Oil YOllll CONytNIKNCB' SINCLAIR GAS AND LuimicATiON \VYSK PKKRY in chaigo of Service Depaitmcnl !-. H. JOHNSON in ch.ugc ol Body Dop.ulmcnt ' —I1V11(:11Y SFllVICF —HAU1V10K IHI'AIR —uony WOKK —II!M)I I! WOKK —GLASS INSTALtCn —AU1O IMK1S W, T. BAlffiETT AUTOSALK . Do(l,,'e A i'irmoulh Ocnlcr PHONE 888 Noiv I oc itcil at 101 North jbccond ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER ' SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWAUUJj,; rruiiriotor All make* 01 rebuilt Typewriter-,, Aililt ig Macninci tnd Cut- culalura—Itcgialrliij;—Part*—Ribbont Gel 11$ benefit nf summer prices. " .. Fill Up Now : •' : My Coal Is' Black " : '' But I Treat You White LOCAL HAULING • JOHN' KUCHANAN —PHONE 107 Mrs ,T. .T. Davis—Spencer Corsctierc . Call 421-W for appointments "WANTED—AH. KINKS JUNK Scrap Iron, 53 to S5 ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2c to 4',ic Ib. Copper *,Virt, 4c to 5c Ib. Radiators, 4!ic ib. HIDES & FUKS WOLF AUIAN PHONE 170 128 E. MAIN Experienced While Girl to care for baby. 605 Chickasawba. 2lc Salesmen Wanted TtAlK WELL-I CAN GIVE YA 5UMPIN T' FIX THAT FOR CATFISH; S KNOCKED KING THERE, :ows THAT? GANG'IT'S TIME WE GRABBED MUG' IT SEEMS BEENJ HERE LONG -.,X^*<-9 r r * t ., \. •;:'-?>%:$; ' :-j >t,^fe' yr.'f^Kw i^-fto-.^ ^m^m<^ pglijf^iypy. SOMUVJOt BLOiViMS JT THtOSL WELL r-iRE. WELL,5£i}4,WE GOT-'lM.HE TH= SUCKE&T MJRDERER. : O HIT TM&SE PARIS s: so suc< ( OiS'T HESHOOr AT STEAPATHAJ'GWCtRIN CAM BECAU5E hE . HOLE IM VOL) WOULD BE cViD£MC£ OF MUMPER. TOO RSKV, I!1S WW TO SLOW VCU Up IN A 1 P'APPEW ACCIDENTAL^ inst.niCi.ion TH/5H"S ALL RIGHT, TAG! , B/ERY BOAT CARRIES A LITTLE VftTER TO KEEP THE BanOM FROM SPLITTIMG ITS SEAMS ' THERE YOU ARE..rjHATLL CARE OF rr! AMD n~ TOOK OS-'LY A MiULTTE TD nx rr! THERES V/ATER IN THE HOLD, FRECK..-LOTS OF IT/ I HE CERTAINLY DID.' HE HOLE IM THE BOTTOM TO LET THE- NVATDTR RUM CUT.'.' A SMALL HOLE MAN WANTED for Kawlcfeli Routs in Central Mississi]i]ii, South Pcmiscal (Mo.) Counties, Blytbe- vlllo. Write immediately. Co., Db|)t. AKG-Z7-SAO, Ten'n., or s ce Carl Crawford, 1M E. Main St., Blytb'cville, Ark. Mah MEW WANTED to train for positions in the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning field. Write "O 1 ' Courier News. Ouichsand Ends Boy: Hunt for Old Gold Coins HOUSTON. Tex. (UP) —Ocorgs Homier. 11. and Raymond Ri Matbis, 13, Houston youths, think ™ybc there is a wealth ol Kpan- 'sli doubloons buried alons Buffalo Hayou — but It doesn't intorc,".! them. 'i*he two boys camn within inches of losing ll'.eir lives in a TOicksand bed on the bayou while bunting "treasure." nnvincnd «nk \nlr> sincl no to his armpit,-, l.ryinc to pull Gcnixc nut. Roalizim; his eflortr, v;crc futile nncl dial both were rtoul to bo snlfccatcd tn death, be freed himself from the (rcnchcrciis rand ami \vcnl for Rill. 1 135" the lime l([t>'nuind returned with 15-year-old Eiigruc .Strada, Go«>i"c was in ll;c rand, up lo IK. month. Kaymoncl and Cicorpe scooped the sand from around Gcorcf-i br^td and ner.k and .stic^cedcd i;i setting biiti free. . "We thought we might fiail f.nmc treasure there." Uic tovs I raid, "bul xve're not Interested nnv 21-i>-k-:>;J more."

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