The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1934 · Page 6
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SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1934 pou*m JPAGE SEVEN. * CIASSIFIED SECTION s Wants K& CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per .ir,e ror conseuu- t've Insertions: tFlvc average <voros to a line) One time per llni: l')c T*o times per Man \x.-r day .. WU: Three times ucr lln 1 per itay .. die f.ix tliiiei. per Hue per day .. U5c K'onth rale per line 6Dc Minimum charge 50c Ads orlcrea lo» tnrcc or su tijncs and slopped before expira- t'on will be chaiijc-a tor the number ol Unics the »il appealed ana •djustment of bill made. All Uiasiilied Advertising copi submitted by persons residing 0111- ii'do ol the cily u list lie accompanied by cash. Hales may be easily computed from Bbove table. No respoiisiDllrLY will be taken ici more lhau one incorrect Ui- terliou of any classified «d. Adveir.shij; ordjii-il for lrrc«u- jir insertions lake the one tune late. HIGHEST Criih 1'iiccs paid fori DKALKKS NVAN'I'Kl) traps, :iluiniiii:m, eopjx'r, vine. New Deal Tr.ulii!ii Post, \'X> W.i- •Main. Be kli-llj "IJKAI.KHS WANTIJD-Wliy work fiOOM & HOARD KiMJim-rs aril Ituarnrn .•Uiniisplifrr l-ih-ts t'lior.c 231. Ill K. Main. tic k<i-'J .lEaili Iturke Sds llif 1'riiT Bulled l.inseed Oil 95e sal. I'lirpcnliuo Ion till. Alaildcn Lamp 1'arts :iOe i';u-h HUltKK llAllim'AKK t'O. The one iniic ilore toi u'.lans ivhi'ii sie ran help vui'.Mrs. ,t. K. Samli-is, SIO \V. Main. I -Home-like reason able. l!"oms with or wilhoul hoard, strait! Aim's Stoic. 1011 L I lilck»«in)jii. | l,uxim l Ark., K. V. I). I. lop kin \\f pay till 1 |>rr (M-niiil fur ln-jyy builil Uusinrss 01 your own'? Only, fall i:7s-j. tlio.se I'Xp.'iii'iH^d in selling ami 7» kli-7 rep.ilrin- sewing m;u-hinc>; consltl- 1 WANTED TO !HJY ereci. Capital iinnvcesjaiy. I loan- s.'winir MiuViHU- rjoiiip-.iny, f We Imy Chlrkvns and Kcss, lilsh- il, hot w»(fr, rensonalile i.ilcs,11IKNS. B. 'I'. IViulliy, 1115 H. Mali:.] I'liiHH' 231, Kite Trier (ini. I'OUL'ntY & KttttS ttockionl. Illinois. 1 ' rsl jiriiTs pakl. Rite Frier (iro-lMHk h'd FRYKIIS fur s.ilc. PICK- Mrs. J. .1. l):ivis. I'lionc Spencer Corscliere 2Cc m- OURBOAKDLNG HOUSE Bv Ahcru rou KALI; ou TKADK Nalional C:I.T|, HeuMrr. New IX-a! Truilim; Post, 120 W. Main. 8uk22 AliTOMOTIVK Autu Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-.Mo I,uaibor Co. lOc kR-10 Start A Saving Account With Us On Kverylhinjr for Uie Auloluobile llubbard Ildw., Automotive Dcpl. I'liunc 47(j I'hone weUL-~THOSE MUSHROOMS, OR HE WOLJV.WT "BE \ STRETCUED om UKE ^^^^, \N SILVER-VLMED COMFORT, ' AND PULLING TU' CROSS-CUT S/XW THRU GEOROfx "P\N&./ V THEY WERE TOADSTOOLS, HED E\TWET4 BE A HKRP1ST, OR KW I WA-S WORWtD WHEN Ut v "^ S&3AN "TO GET DROWSY, AFTER 5\<SN,HE BEC^E "POISONED fcFlEtt "DINNER EVERY Nl<=>\VT TW LAST TOPTVY YEM2S /, LU.MKKK FOK SAl.K—Cyiire.ss l.inuli.-r. SIG (housau!, IOR run. Jim Drlsklll, NOTICK Annual im-cUni; of ritwkliolder.s of IMyllicvllle Colliin Oil Mill u-lll Ix' hekl nt 10:M A. M., Tuesday, Jinn: I 1 .!, 19!i4, til olllce or W. A. Cluge ,t CJuiniKUiy, l^ills Jltiildlny. iMi'inplil.s, TViin. Amons; other nial- U'ii> lo be eonaideied will he pro- posed chiineo of l)y-I,aw providing fur mnendmi-nls of By-Laws by eliminating therefrom neeessily for notice of pioixkseu cininjje. W. E. Gnge. I'reslUent I. H. Fleming, Assistant Secretary. Be kti-12 Hcatl Courier News Wan!. Ads. ALLIOY OOI' ALL OVKH IJUT TI110 SIKHTINC! lly Hamiln TOIWSE i.«\(n; VISIT PBBJJPS' USED CAR LOT UPK1) CAHS AND TRUCKS],, W ALL KINDS FOR SALE i Ladies' Beautiful Si:k llcsf. Sli^lu-j !y lui|Kr(ect, 5 ixiiri $1.00, l'osl-| Kg,\ paid. Satisiaction OuaianteciLi f>^ ' ©•: I Economy }lCbie Co., Asl'.cboio, FOH1) V-X Tl'OOIt SEDAN. A Kcal liuy .i Male Police 1 | ^» Uog, 20 months old. Very rea-j • '\x sonable. Herbert 13. Schwartz. Lux-i I C 1 ura. Ark. 18p k22 j | ' ! r- ,0 roNxuc COACH. KU,, ^U'r^^^iv^. X Guuli • 1231, Kite 1'riie Urot-ery. STOKER.BY MOW Y J : '30 CIIKVKOI.KT COL'l't. New 1'ahlt, (iouil KllWjrr ...... Smi '30.KOKD TOWN SEDAN ---- S'JIU •2U HUIUK COUl'i:. Karelin :ll Slii '30 ('•. M. €. 2-l'DN TRUCK. A-l CondUion ............ flSO '30 CIIKVRO1.KT l'ICK-Ul' TRUCK. Clcsca fill) .... 5116 Oc kli-'J "& PLANTS '39 FOKI> Clustil riCK-ur $iT-> MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 7 Corner Ibt i Walnut Sis. •- Fbone SIO - 811 IVIii'.'liooru ill l'c;is for Sale Drive aerobs Hie l'i\ft lor Mic lines! U'llinpoontlll 1'eas in U'tht reniiessci-. 1'rices Keasonalile. >V'iliiam Vui-ker A; Cu., Kipley, Tenn. Mi-ekj-ZS NJICELY, "BUT A T3VT NOISILY KOrt COOL BEDROOMS, HEASONAULSi MRS. WEU'l 1 . 212 W. MAIN. KK> 9N'L. (XJKtN U^l',MEi:Ol.E!| • Vl'VC HAD f\ PI'RrEOTI.Y r-' /' .. v:oNDi:orui. Hi'":-..—•' "^ - \ r-VcMnt !.\OST ./ "^ ^v' x '' ^^)CH '^\ • "^^—< COSU'A v .v}fUL ) \'oo f.\u r j\ v \ ( . M>oRi>GLL") - ^ rtr\sco \ / »• COM. (\liAIM \ 'J ^ P^RW- l/Mf "S^tVER - -f. -v ' 'w>i.\l A \$ftVj'/.\', % lilftl .* ni^\a OOOLA, l>\ JV-DI,- ^ CNIN6 10 SUE / A<j OOOt* \ I WAS .../'AS v:t GUT !. IM THE /'AVJAV v.'Mrn-.: ; TliCV WOK I OF. ' AG'..C TO Set 0'^. , I'LL SHOW n V^IOSOO _y OOOLft-/ mfe l r i THE PK-7E { HOW DlCr/ fXJLLL'O f\ NOT A / 1 WON - AND VJAS ) VOU O ,• fAKt V'AINT soou IN \ aipros-.OTo IORK )S oon; / ANO.IN Tim 5f.&\M f OVER TO WOSTlE .'.'-. A ^ ^"j EXOTEHENT, V ¥ _--^ ANV OF VG'J ,.^^ I VOUltlfl'T \(OOOt-(\ GWrtCllEO VJf\MT I f P I I ','OiJ'il IT Via\\ V,A FOC^POR IT ! ..'- '( f\ fv-VC - Mt VOL) ) V .J" \6CULR tVlCH ,{ V '^QUJCW 1 .,.'^.^ ( ^ ». AM I GLAD ) CXJT/V MT, . THAT'S O^ER— (HOW'GOUT VESSELF? SO YOU — VOO < ftMVWiW. 1 GOT TU' Rl UMnFRlN 1 /8A8V WKOSWR! M ,TuT,^_ /VOU HK)E A fOOL OUTA VERSEVF FOR A LOMO TIMt, TRVINO TO GC1 OOOLft MADE A FOOL OUTA / .., vou/ y Ot-IE, IF » APV |^i .rWS-vii -KT.-N—tcJ H'jsaa; *«~>V- ! S!5'*i:' liOOTS AND HEU RUDDIES Room rtmnshed 110 Wett Ash. Mis. A[)nrl!iient. oilia -Miel:. 10c k20 OHiECTOHV ' aparlinent, ilOft Do'.i- I'honc H70-J. 18-cl:-25 -Nicely lurnished Z ritoni apurl- nicnt, private batli, water, litilils free, liia W. Main, Call :;3':-J. liic k^5 • > . -MODERN S lofiin ftirniblird anart- iijeut. v:ith bath, licnsonable. Call HC. H-c-U BOUQUET holders for graves, guaranteed 3 years. 51 each. Maple Grove Cemetery Assn. Call 103. 2 room FURNISHED ApaT n-ck-21 rMrnituie, l-:t Regular I'ricc. Bet?.:;. dining, eeniei 1 and end Uible.s, chnirs, desk, aiuoitina stands. Furniture repaired, reiinislicd. upliol- stercd. farkhuijt, Main St. I'hone 57, Ask lor Patrick. Up k21 EXFEHT TytK-,7rilcr and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. Biank- cnship, 11C E. Hose, Cill I83-.I. ai:d 1G01 \V. A.sh. Cool, lie !:<M1 Nirely furnisllccl eool ^-rooin APARTMENT. .Mrs. Duncan. IIS. Clnckasan-Vja. lOc 1:6-11 FURNISHED hedrooin. 1017 W Walnut, Mre. Ed Hardin, ufler ; P. M. lo kti Furniture Kcpriirinc— Uplintslumj; Also auiomoUile upholslcring. We mil IK «lad to refer you lo customers a i ; L'j quality and wort- maiiohip. Complete liiiL 1 bainiiks. New I.nratinii 1IR No. Sceund JENKINS & SOX 5-ck-0-5 Nicely Furnished HUD ROOM Mrs. Nok-n, 310 West Walnut. 30c ko-UI U.'IKUIiKISIIKD 5 room apartment 1U1J VI. Walnut. Call 6Ti. 30c k-f. CLKANEUS, TAILOKS -- 'e clean and srorr winter clollic.' I anil lied cnvers. .Alnth-pnmr, (ire Ask us u In-ill. Hie UiiRen Honey i rrunf vaults. I'ay nc\t fall. Center Oolf Halls. They're Bel- j Unique Cleaning Service tcr. Huhlianl iL'inlwarc (-". 5ikC-5. WHEN you are fish hungry conn; _ to Mcl-'all Fish Marktrl, 415 W. '' Ash. Fresh Fish At All Time,-. 1C M-l FEEDS FOR KALE: HAY and CORN a' a bfiryain. S. B. Ro/.elle. Ij J§® y IE-D V DAN THOMAS -- GEORGE SCARBO . AHM,i.'TiLEnSi;a."*H'J T.iAS A OOlf'l SO'-C-S T. WKS TWi_vd\N' TO TICK HKK! •\'f/' \ %! avt IiyMartin M^ T. COKiCEM- POT "UV HMM~ Wt\.V, WOUVDWY SE \r TOO &RtKT A HURttV ABOUT T\^T,\T 1 iiTO «X<!> ' f '•*?,'**&#* VOUV1E . ,St&-BECfAJS£ OT TftE I BUT ,VOO -y OUTT — W4O ~V3 NOO V.ON& "TO GET Of J" " w^ 1?^^ ^^ > ^r~\ ^s&La, WASH TUHHS , . V A PEACH EA'f «EFOREV6STl!/DV if\f|oR ffH fiE FiMO ^JVfCIE WHOSftW A •'/v. CO^LiiiOKi rtT MAItJ <XMt> FIFTH. C!iKCKLN(i HIM / /A T T^s FIHSTOHPOR "^A-SV'r. VOU '3TO>( •ftj] Qt'PoRrtiKiiTV, easy SNEAKS OUTV WITH eerr 1 /, PCDWER. t't GOIM6 TO CHecKTHE OLD MAM'S STORV —. OF T^AT ACCIDEWT. £ HE LBARMS THAT J..1. LAME HAP 6VE SEFDRE LEAVING "THE BAt^K. e ^UMl Jtjsr ^"^N AS I THOOGHT.) ~TT:J~T.,Tsy. . JE FIWOS MR. LAME 1 ?:. CAR I SALESMAN SAj} C'MON.^OUNQ rGLLA,GiT AWAY KROM THAT HORSES HGftD. SO VGR 5^ T % N rv^ N -?«^ S ™S> tK X WPU<_ANOtH€R" g) ' -~- _;_-H^-V- z.. 1 f-^T__"< : S.>- "«"HeN VOU'LL MftFTA 4IUE ME S^CK TH' HALPA I^IC ipi/E VAI USINC THK OL' HKAD! i AWRI&tlTjBILW, DO L STUFF; k« 15y SmlL WAIT A MINKJTF { Trt sweu. HUMCHI > &. •r f/ &;---.,- m FRECK.LKS ANi> HIS F R|E.NI>S__ __ GO?;|! IM ABOJT AS ^t VrX) CEffTTAIMLY" W''"' '*?%'• f " '.(• \ POPULAR .^OUMD MESE AS 1 H AVc ME IN A ( T - M .T^DV V A UMIO-.1 SU.r IM -n,= CO^- I JAM ; D , Rk , s )^ r ' =^\' FED EWE «MV.... MR . ^ REALLY GO.NG /ri!'^;" TO sot ME / MELP Yo(J A MAN-S1/ED .!()»! D:Rk 13 OUr OF JAIL A^D KR. MA3OM |3 JT OF LUCK .' irrF'.~CN TO ^E'J.\'lDf.< RUTH MASOON ms BECOME V«C«M *6 TH & TflA orrii. EHAJUES w, .SSiLI. X ^-' : T u t EXPEMSES! HUH,T>.'ATS /l'-U ' 1 YOU DO MAKE AROUND HERE.'-' ; YOU'BE ALWAYS INTO EVERYTHISIG... IF YOUO BEEM LIVit, r (3 WHEH ROVc BURNED, THEY'D PfJOBABLY HAVE ft FOUN3 YOU FIODLINO VVITC Y(>-« _ ir -v_. rATHER'S CiCAR ''•jU-^ S LIGHTER.'.' J IJC, T ••5 25000.00-.' .THERE 15MT -fHAt I-1UCM MOMEY !.' Rv Ulnssei . TPAJ A' L -( Ger E'C'^P ABOUT ;v c LOSING THAT DOLWH, YOU ARE / rLL LET y^ -py^g A LITTLS OUT OF KY PAY CHECK EACH < ! / Vfi BACK,IP IT TAKES \ J | ALL SUMMER .'/

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