The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 18, 1934
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FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934 •LTTHlVILia, (ABK.E JPAGE SEVEN. CLASSIFIED SECTION - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION line ror ccjiisccu- l')c Ob'c S_EBtw_&_PLAN;re__ |British [-estimate Cloth Soy lu loin and i'cas *UI be Imrdj li»d next mtiutli, iluy ni>vi Ilutilurd Hardware Co. Used at Court Affairs »• ISnckinfilmni 1'ahice I will BO bwntlu'ii in 80,000 yards ol .ilk.. -10.&00 yards of saltn, 2-1.000 8pri.iv: j apan Develops Wood yards of velvet. 10.000 yards ol Dtlly rate per live Insertions: (Five average -voids to a One time per line T»'0 times per line per day Hire* tlnica per llin per day Ux liiues pnr line 1*1 day .. wx VoaUi rate per line 60< Minimum chiree 50e Ads ordered 10' tnrce or si; times and stopped before cxpuu t'on will ba cliargoo for the number oJ times the ad appeared aiio adjustment ol bill made. All Classified Advertising copy nubmitted by yerso.'if residing outside ot the city nust be accompanied by cash. Rales may be caflly computed from above table. no rcspousiollltv will DC taiseii tni more than one Incorrect lu- tertlon of auy classified ad. Advertising ordeied lor irregu- AI insertions uk<> U:e one time rale. WHl'.ilNwrwIII IVas for Sale l)ri\c across ilic river for the lines! Whijipouiuill IVas in VYvsl Tcmic.'-M.'e. 1'rices Kca-soiublc. William -1'iKkcr A: t'o, Riplry, Teni i'oa 28-fk5-Ui rURNI6!I13r> apartment. 305 IJi Kiiii. I'lione 870-J. 18-c!i-''j GREAT BARGAINS '32 V-8 FOUI) 1)K l.UXK •32 I'UDOK. A-l Condilion .. $37 COACH. cncviiourr Runs Like New '31 FOKI> Muy .. '23 COlll'K. A Kenl DODGE SEDAN. Have lo See to Appreciate S '27 CIIKYSI.EK Fishing Car SEDAN. Keal '3'- FORD IV- TON TRUCK . S:I3 ODK CARRYING CHAKGKS AKK KEASONABLK M»cy Others to Clloose I rom PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Used Car Lot Corner First & Walnut Sts. UUSlNfcSa DiKECTOKY rely furnished 'i room apartment, private balli, water, li re. 613 W. .Main, Call 3K-S. 18c • pnxldini; from me press, de-1 TllLs W|U ^^^ , h( , le!alll ' dudes n»ndiiiK exact femes, experts of'of Great lirilain iiboul $000.000, lie texlilc nude have calculated suy Ihe exix'rls, bill wlial gloves, lial Uic (IrbiMnic., and matrons'ilioos. fcullii'is mid boiuniel-s will who iillvnd tlic four "eourts" nl 'conic to tliey arc imabh: lo suy. Burning Motor Truck TOKYO. (DIM •- J;'s wood bniniiiij motor truck iccently dc- veloiicd by Hie unny prob.iUiy will I lx' confined largely lo Army use I bccaiiic of Hie niHUillty (o .yjpply | Milllclcnt fueling tliitions lo make i\ more nenci-al u e at.ilbWc. Tlic new IrncX ivllh :i Mnall wnn:l burner id one and LI urncMilli wus p:n\vd sn fur as Ijoliuj nbllity was vunm-ncd. A few ol [hi 1 I nicks Here iiivd on'. between Tokyo and Na^uj,i. It wu.s fuiiiid IIITCS: ,ivy, liowever, lo have mi I'NUH imiior conveyance accompany tin- truck ml Us trial run lo .supply lie tiu'l wliicli luiuil bo In K'liall Jatian siK'iids riome IM.OOD.OOI) yi'n for nmlor fuel aniiiiatly ;ind the Army's vxpenilltiires mv law. Tlie wtxxl burner ivas developed lo cut cluwn Ilic noiinul expni limn lo provide a new noiulcal wnr iiuichlne. os niLi.erhv iiiul coo-j«':» Jail' Has No Tnuiuls COT10NWOOD FALLS, Kan. (Ul 1 ) —l^ iippaienlly is on tlie wane here mid the couniy Jail Is n lonesome place, For nciir- Iwo montlis this spring tticro . nol a prlsonei 1 in Jail. Piui of (lie com acreuye nf ^fl.'i- 1s Iwlnu displaced by Korean OUR BOAKDIlNG MOUSE ODEiiN 'J room lurimhcd menl with bath. nil HU. rcom and C01 \V. FURNISHED annje. Cool, Ash. Aparlmont reasonable. lie kU-ll Icely fimiislicd cool 3-rooin APARTMENT. Mra. Duncun. 113 hick;isawba. 10c kG-10 rURNISHKn bedroom, 1017 W. Walnut, Mrs. lid Ilarditi, alter . M. lc kit Nicely Furnished BED ROOM. Mrs. Nolcii, 310 West Walnul. aOu ka-30 WELL CMON PA,CK1N6 IN TMOSt MUSHROOMS /—.WE'LL STICK GROUND, YOUU NOSE TURNS YtLLCW, LIKE /X C50LJT?D " "V3E /\ SIGfc4 TOR'U&TO . UP TH' feLOCK UNKURNISHED 5 room apartnienl, 1013 VI. Walnut. Call 678. 3CK; k-tf KOOM & BOAKD itoomcrs and itoarorrs—Home-like, alniospherc. Trices reasonable. Mrs. J. F. Sanders, 510 W. Main. Call 218-J. ~,K M-l WANTED TO BUY We huy Chickens and V.K&, highest prices paiil. Kile Price Grocery, I'hoKc 231. Ill K. Main. 9c Koums »illi or Kilhiuit lioanl, slciiin lical, liol water, reasonable rates, Vhoix 231, Kile I'rice Gro. 2So k5-'2!) I'OULTilY & EGGS Milk fed FRYERS for s;ile. PICK- AllU'S Store. 1044 uhicka n-ck-li-17 BOUQUET holders for graves, guaranteed 3 years. $1 cacli. Maple | Grove Cemetery Ass'n. Cull 703. i 17-ck-2l j \\'c will mv lOc [>cr pound for heavy HENS. B. T. \Vorlhy, 315 E. -ftlain. 14c M-S LU'MHRR Furniture, 1-3 Regular Trice. Beds, dinins, center and end lAblts, cliairs, desk. smokhiR stands. Furniture repaired, relinislicd. upliol- sierccl. 1'arkliurit, -Main Bl. 1-noiie 57, Ask tor Patrick. HP Wl EXPERT Type7(riter and Adding .Machine Keiralrins. U. S. Mlank- tusliip, 11G E. Itosc, Call 1U5-J. Furniture KcjairiiiB—Upholslcrins Also automobile upholstering. We >vill be. glad lo reler you to customers as to quality and workmanship. Complete line samples. New Location 118 No. Second JENKINS i SON 5-cl;-6-5 Ask us ab'jnt tlic Ilajcn Honey Center Golf Balls. They're Kelter. Habhard Hardware Co. 5ck6-5 WHEN you are fish hungry come FOK. SALE—Cypress Ihonsard, IOR run. Luxora, Ark., It. F. I.uniiM-r. SIG Jim Driskill, I). I- IGp ki- NOTICE Annual meeting ol stockholders f Blylhcville, Collon Oil Mill will be hcki at 10:30 A. M., Tuesday, June 1'2, 1934. at office of W. A. Gage & Company, Falls Bunding Memphis, Tenn. Among other mailers to be considered will be posed change of By-Law providini for amendinenls of By-Laws b\ cliininaling therefrom necessity for notice of proposed cnancc. W. E. Gage, President I. II. Fleming, Assistant Secretary Sc. kG-l- Ash. Fresh Full At All Times. 1C 1:6-1 HIGHEST Cash Pricci paid for brass, aluminum. co|i[>cr. zinc- New Deal Trading Post, ISO Main. te 1:0-8 Again Burke Sels the I'rice Roiled Linseed Oil SSc gal. Turpentine 75c gaL Aladden lamp I'arls Sfic. each BIJKKK 1IARDWAKK CO. Ihc one price slorr. British Admiralty Charge For Bells of Warships LONDON <UP) — The Brilish Admiralty has put on Hie old ships' bells from war vessels no'.v Iwing scrapped ami oners them for sate lo naval oEIi- ccrs. It is ashing S50 each for Ihc ships' bells ol the cruiser Mrs. 421 3. 3, Davis, I'hnne Spencer Corscllcjc 2Gc ko-M Cl-KANKKS, TAI1,OHS We clean anil slorc vrintrr clolhc? and bed covcr.s. .>lolli-prnor, fireproof vault*. Fay next fall. Unique Cleaning Smicc. liac- cliante, wliicli was at the Dardanelles: lire baltleship Dominion. \vhicli served in Ihc North Sea: the battleship Hcrciilrs. which look part in Ihe Uattlc of Jutand: the Inlllcship Mars, which -.crvcd in Ihn Dairlnnellrs, and Ihe Perlsliive. Oilier tolls, includin; iho.v on oiibmariTK-?. arc offeru:! at from $25 to S5 each. Purchasers are asked lo sla'.c the nature of their L claim lo any particular bell. FEEDS FOH SALE: HAY and CORN ill a bargain. S. B. Ro/ello. I.ux- ora. Ark. =1p-k5-21 FOK SALE FOIl SALE— Hegislorcd Ma!e Police Dog, 2(1 months old. Very reasonable. Herbert 1J. Schwartz. Lux- era. Ark. 18p k22 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Courier Nc« has been au (horlxcd to annonncL- Ihe follcr.vlni •i.^ candidates for pi.ljiic office, .sub Jtct to Ihe Democratic, priman nest August: Tor of Congress CALDWELL, Ferris, Flour, Groceries A Meats .il Best Trirrr.. We Jlclivcr. Thonc 2il, Kite l^'ce <irocer>'. ' AUTOMOTIVE An to GlaA-s All Hindi Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. Ite K-tn Slarf A .Saving^ Account Willi Us On Everything for Ilic Anlomobile. IfulilKinl Hdw., Aiilomolivc I>cpl. Fhonr <70 Phone FOK SALK OR TKA I)K Natioiial Cash Register. New Doal Trading Post, 120 W. Main. 8ck22 Couniy .Turtle ZAL II. IIARK1SON GEORGE W. BARHAM i'or Member CLINTON L. For Sheriff and Collector CLARENCE If. WILSON i''or Rc-clcctlon for Second Ten Kor f.rjirnly Treasurer JOU S. UfljLAHUNTY HOI.AND CUiliKN JOT Circiril Court l!lrrk HUGH CRAIG AUD1SON SMITH R. 15. (SKEED STOUT For County Courl Clerk FRED FLEEMAN >'or Re-Elcclion lor 2nd Term l-'or Assessor H. L. (BlLLYi OAlNlit3 tl. C. (IKE) HUDSON For Constable of Chickasawb* Township JACK ROBERTSON CoiirkT News Want Ads <)(MM,A I'lll.l.S •DON! "RtOUE€>T SOMFVU1N& WlULt CAN STILL WEKR"? W1LLV01J \_EAVE ME YOUR FArAQUS COLLECTION OP i-CTEL IQVsltL'i AND "PULLMAN AHM-ll -IJOX urAov 10 GIVE 'IIM'i '. PRlNCKS'J WOOTIUTOOT ' "BESONt A AND LET ME / ENJOY THES MUSHROOrAS vpoi .•:•. i.iov, / OH . OOOL ft! VJIL'.. WU ACCtPT h\V / SO SWEET OP HVJlt -aCOfJE Pl^relH, YOU? ILL OPCN win ^v flt-'^r wivir.s V -' I J'Nt Ift'f NICE '• ooowft.' IC'S SUCH / (A WWW A PERFECTLY 5 AWFOL PRIZE FORVOU: TO GWE IT'S JUS 1 f\N OW •"•• 1 '.I* 1 \-\\tt 'EM FSU." mm VOORE CRIVZ.V KNOW rt HN6 BttW.WWORACf. '. wvw OOM'TCVUX OMt ,M'FOR6'^ ttUU ? By Cra* ;,l-rHEV'Ll- DO 1 BO/.' VJOTTA\j IN I NOTHIfJO Or HIT WE TH6 KITOIEM WirH / THE SORT. I WITH OLD KATE AND JOE, / TH6VRC I-W IIWDDV UfPK. { GUESTS. ft . ' ir\ / IMC'/ At^5 SOMf; BOVS I f-TET Ot-'.T WEST. N I ASKED THEM TO VI?IT O9 UNTIL THOSE MVSTERIOOS PHONF. CW.LSSTOP. ,— EH? WHAT'S TMW? WHWi THAT? r-r' I-'j IMPH! BUT KEEP 'F-fti OtIT OF THE BAMK, UNPEPSTAUO. I WOM'T KWB AM/QOC^ WiSSINt AROtJWD MV 40U SEE, 6ET FRIGHTEHF.D, V HERE ^lor^^' "^'^f A';^ 5 -'^'^ "''" ?? p rr?_u. < ?--'* T vt (;(>AT: WE ARE' P.OOKID WITH A &IT CIOIN' BILLY, oL' "i-r-r-, I ' ' 60TTA GET THI?1 < ' Hev, KID, HERE'S CEWTS, IF VA (-CT GOAT AN' THAT ROPE' ATTA BOV, k&/, TROT ALONG BEHIWD.TtLL I REACH —^ DUZZEM'S STORE 1 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BUTTER YoUX EARS! I COLtDNT HELP IT, IP THAT GUYS CHECK WAS GOOD.' MOW DID I OKAY? I V/ASMT COMMA TAKE AMY CHANCES ON LETTING HIM GET AV*Y .' '. A CHAMP 1 Ofle C*/ ANO A OIUMP THE NEXT.' V'HEIJ YOU LAK'OCO THAT D1RX 6iri' IrJ JAIL Yo-J COT YO'JR PICTURE [H •THE PAPER AND IT V/KUT TO YOUR HEAD? VEAH YOU CAME A LIOM AND VffiMT OUT LIKE A LAMP... I GUE5SS YcXJ'RE JUST .'. ONE OF LIFE'S WRONG NUMBERS' AS A HERO, VOU WERE A WOW.' EETORC CRITICIZE, RE- MEK3EW, THERE TV/O SIDES TO EVERYTH1MG/ EVER SEE THST H 0= A x MIRROR? IT

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