The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 28, 1936
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TUESDAY, JULY 28,. lose BLYTHKV1LLB, (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS T WHAT YOU CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION rate per line lor COOKCU- I re Insertions: l/ne time • jwi- nn» ...... ..... . W» T*o times per Hue per day .. 5* Month r*U per line ........ «0e kiliuniuin cnmrge 6Cfl rtircc times per line P.II d»j . 06t Six times per line per da; .. Obi Act* orueico i yr Uiree.or sli times ai)d slapped before expiration wUl be charged for the rruuo- ber g{ times tlie ad appeared and Xjustment oJ till made. ' All Classifies Advertising copj I ibinillcd by persons residing out- ilde o( trie city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may bf computed from abova uble ordered lor irrcgulai Insertions take the one time rate Ko icsponslDHiiy will be tskeo tor more than one Incorrect In- (ertlc.ii of any classified ad. Business Directory Rabbits Bestt King Edward's Prize Gardens U3NDON (UP) —One of the worst stllTe.rers from rabbit Invasions is King Edward at his wind- 'sor. Forest- residence. Fort Belvedere, where he lias.become a keen Gardner awl planned many of the THAtlTHAM TRANSFER. CQ. ^ ll ",^ e11 ,', ofl ™ "fW"? »' t!lO Moving 50o room up. Pianos »1 up. u "' '" " " DECORATING Expert Floor Sandtpg and Finishing JOHN W. BURTON, Carulhersvllle Phone G*4 PHONE 964 Final Close (hit Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES THEiRKMO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 , work with his own, hands. , His gardens arc among the loveliest lu the country, bill rabbits from the surrounding forest and park have wrought havoc, not- witlistandiiij; the efforts of the lo-l cal keepers, who annually slay thousands. Taking a leaf out of the book of 'Ihc Duke and Duchess of "York, hts neighbors nt Royal Lodge Windsor, the King has decided to have ills 200 acres wired and pali- saded. This barrier will be about three miles Ions,' three feet hib'.i and covered witlr line mesh wire, netting with an additional six inches of netting and paling j, ur . led in the ground. Thus it Is hoped to prevent rabbits bun-owing through. Sydney Plans Model Village for Athletes SYDNEY (UP,"— All Umpire Village modeled sifter the famous Los Angeles Olyiuplo Village, will lie the home of nthletcs from every. pint of the British empire iii the Empire Games [o bo hold during the 19aa Sydney sesqul-cciUenuYy, • While the Barnes,- hi their management, will follow largely tlio linos of the Olympic contests, theh- object will lie Ui estiiWlBh the CO naval ]>:}tiol senplpncs of the "" ' lending athletes of cvi'ry corner of the British empire. An appropriation of $50.000 has been miule to see tluit every competitor Is brought here. Present provisions provide for n minimum team of 10 athletes .each from England, and - Canada, 10 from South Africa, six from Scotland, three Irom Wales, and India, mid two from Northern. Ireland, ' There will aiso bo renrciicnta- livc compelilors from nenmuln, llrlllsh .aulaiw, ^i-inldM',, Hoilg- M»K, FIJI.. Jnmaica, Hhod(i!a, nnd Newfoiuidlnnil. Letters 25 Years Late But Britain Apologizes LONDON (UP)-Sevcial PCIMOIIS n Britain \ mm just received letters IIQSUM between 1908 and 1918 workmen removing mi old p|l- lar-box In tlic paslolllce at Myd- dlelon Road. Howes 1'urk, found a number of Idlers nnd postcarvls, •some of them posted more thrin M years ago. An oll'lcinl of flic Post Olflce snlit Ihc Ictlci:. and cards musE havo slipped batwceu the fUllngs Hiid (ho wall of tho The correspondence.was at once tonvarded—wllh a note of apology. AVnlrrsjioiils nre tornadoes over water. ODOVILLP, Cul. (UP) •—Orjiss- liopper hordes 'now Invndlng the slale are following the most established dlctclle rules of not mix- Ing their starches ami fruits; After eating fhe bcnn crop In the lloncut section, Hie iilfnlfn crop In Hie Hlggs district, they then moved, to Hie M>iiUj of unite befoie taking on tlic OUIIBCS. > Aircraft Fketory Kusy SAN DIEGO, Cnl. (UI 1 ) —With production of 60 fusl army pursuit .ships Virtually completed, The Con- Millrtulod Airunfl. Com|>nny U> '"• plans for conjunction of Wrecker Service - Gu OPEN- ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SKUVICK CKNTER -Phones 177 - 810 "cllpiwr" type us' their next major Job. t • ' and , auiiost exactly, sU»lla^ to' the ' kind In use' tpday.^as discovered " during some excavation work y lu ' Hungary last year. " ' M»rriaj« Tie Re-knotted BUOYKUS, O. (UP) - William Davis and hi* wife, Dorothy, ba- licve in luwlng the marriage knot "tied double." Aflci getting marriage, license No. 1? llicy de- muniled, another license so fnal Uioy co»W get mauled again In a» adjoining county. More ntMMw, over ClTyon,., of 1935 ^l*" 01 '" N^™" t - - " .--..- " i COACH .,.,,,, ,,,, 5495 COMPARED THESE VALUES? .. llvp.III...SwllsicrlAtul than lu| any olliei countiy In Ihc woild For Sale Used Niagara COTTON DUSTER. Good condition. Peter Shipniaiij Walnut Ridsc, Ark., Route 1. Good Used Trucks 1934-V8, )'i ton truck }034 Chevrolet l',!i ton truck 1A3 International Hi ton truck & trailer 1C35 International l',4 ton truck 1 & trailer Is Ion International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, lac. •I used road WAGONS. Good condition. Bargain: Gateway Store. 24-p-k-29 SlIglilly~~uscd~^CTORY BOAT arid late model Johnson Sen Horse 12. ll. .p. OUTBOARD MOTOR, good shape, $100 cash. Paul Bj'niin. . . 9-ck-tf FOR SALE 5 room house, . bath. Large lot. Across from, high and ' grade school's. Cheapest taxes . in town. Could be made into apartment. 800 Chickasawb dli: tf J»AWN mowers sharpened tho Ideal way - on the Ideal Mower rinding machine. Guaranteed job only $1. ' Utythcvillc Machine Shop Batteries "BETTER BATTERY SERVICE' Call J. BIG! At Tom Jackson's Service Station ,»- Eggs, Poultry ( / Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry 111 E. Main Position Wanted EXPERIENtJED STENOGRAP.HEK and Bookkeeper wants positiun. Good references. Elcanoi Sinl.Ii, 1315 W. Main. Call 335-W. 13p Real Estate FOR SALE—100 by 300 ft. lot'on - Highway 18, small cottage, orchard, shade, city water. $600. TERMS. Thomas Land Co. For Sole: Comer lot E. Kentucky near Tark. TEHMS. P. T. Elder. % Bell Cafe, West. Memphis, Ark. 18-p-k-ie .FOR SAL* Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rich alluvial cotton & corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS IJKE RENT. . Everett B. Gee. Blyttievnw. for Kent 2 room B'UHNISHED Apartment £07 Chickasawba. Call I02G. 2Sc ktl Comljiiicd Slorc and Residence. l>. Foftler. 191(i W. Main. 27pl:J 3' and -1 room cool FURNISHED duplex apartments. Moderate, ness Hall. Phone 280. 2Tc ktl FARM, 12 acres, house. barn."C sere crop. $100. White or colored tenant. Close in. Box 74 Blytheville. 27p k30 Modern 3 room unfurnished apartment, Main & 2nd. 4 room & bath unfurnished aparl- . merit, 125 W. Kentucky. Newly decorated. Phone 7G4. p. Simon ' • . 25-ck-tf Three room house, wawr, furnished, apply 021 South Lake street. 23p k31 3 room furnished apartment C05 Fifth St. Call 142. M-c-k 4 Room Furnished Apartment, 1011 W. Ash. Vacant Aug. l. Call «5W. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. 22c ktf 3 Room Furnished 'Apartment, private talli. garage at 224 Dou£an. 420 month. Mrs. Wcrt. aicktf COOL bedrooms for permanent & transient guests. Fans free. Bess Hall, en \v. Main. Highest Prkes Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN WE BUY HIDES & ALL KINDS METALS We Sell Coal, Wood and, 'Kindling Giye Us a Trial and Be Satisfied Blytheville Fuel Co. 118 S. Railroad St. Dance Every Night . At the Silver Moon 4h Newly Remodeled Good Music Most delightful Night Club between Memphis, and St. Louis. Good BarlKcue E. BAILEY, Mgr. Keep Kool With Hunter Electric } Fans..".Hubbard Hdw. Co. Napoleon had a. daily bath in cologne mixed with water. ONE STOP SERVICE STATION •FOE YOUB CONVENIENCr SINCLAIR GAS AND LUBRICATION WYSE PERRY in charge of Service Department. L. II. JOHNSON in charge of Body Dcpiu'tment. FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now available for repairs on all makes of • radio's. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaway Appliance Co. ALLKY 001' LEAVING ALLEV OOP^ ANP HIS FRIENDS UP A.7REE,IM "THE BIG SWAMP, WE'LL TURN OUR ATTENTION TO THE WHfeREAPOUTS OF DINNY; OUR HERO'5 RET PINO5AU9,/ MI&SIIM& SIMCt" OUR FRIENDS' FIRST EM- COUNTER WITH THE DINOSAUR-RIDING KING WUR.,OF . SAWALLA,SOME TIME AGO. •.- Ship by : ]. W. PARKER TRUCK LINE : Dependable • Daily Service to and J From Memphis :. ' Keep Freight Money at Hume Call 127 , 809 W. Aih St. Get the benefit of summer prices. - ' Fili Up Now My Coal Is Black . ' But I Treat You White ' LOCAL HAUWNG JQHN BUCHANAN— PHONE 10; Mrs.,1. J. Davis—Spencer Corseticrc Call 421-W for appointments WANTE;I»— 'xu, KINDS JUNK Scrap Iron, $3 to »5 ton Aluminum, 10c ib. Ilrass, 3C to 4Kc Ib. Copper Wire, 4c U> 5c Ib. BaUiators, 4'Ac'ib. . . lilDta & FURS WOLJ? AKIAN PHONE 178 V 138 B. MAU> Male Instruction CLASSIFY MALE INSTRUCTION Reliable dependable men, now employed, who desire to better themselves, by training spare time or evenings for Electric Refrigeration and Air Conditioning industries. Must be mechanically inclined. Write. Utilities Eng. Inst., "M.T." care Courier News. 27-k-29 Personal MFNI GET VIGOR AT ONCE] lUJjl>. N(nv Qstrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invig- oralijrs , and oilier stimulants One dcse peps up organs, glands If not delighted, maker refund? (ow cents paid. Call, write Kirbj- Bros. Drug Store. AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced — Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No co-signers. Jus; Tiring car and registration card U. W. MULLINS K 'iry Bld£. Fhonc FREE! STOMACH ULCERS, GAS PAINS. INDIGESTION relieved quick. Gel free sample doctor's prescription, Udga, at Kitby Bros Drug Co. , RADIO REPAIRING A Complete Mm of Tabe* ind Pirti HUBBARD TIHE * BATTDT CO. PHONE t'l Contracting Beans Nbw Acre Blyth eville Canning Co. Blytheville, Ark. Sf:it\TCE -KADIATOit KEPAIR -BOI»Y WORK -HiNDKR WORK -XH,ASS INSTALLED -rAUTO. TARTS W. T. BARNETT AUTO Dodge Dealer PHONE 888 19J4 CHEVROLET MASl'KIC. i ! , COACH $395 J>> 1933 FOKD V-8 TUDOR .... }J« iwi COACH .. szb' 1938 1'ONTIAC SUDAN j 8^ —THUCKS— ., 11136 CHEVROLKT IJi TON '' TRUCK :....... *52S «ciiKVKouvr VA TON J TIIUCK '..". ,'?195" U G. M. o, Ijr; T()N ', TRUCK $195 19.W CHEVROLET TON ?WS'" 1935 CHbVKOI, ET <:I.OSK1) '\ CAB I'ICK-UP TRUCK ?393 Blonllny lujmeiits lo suit year' liiin,c, .mi! .swings as muih as §10 to $20 or more In financing: •* < 0|i the General Motors Instalment - lilan. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO, I'll ON K 6J3 Now Located ftt 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor M rebuilt Typewriter^ Aoili, AUcnlaet MM eul»tor»—B«p«lrim—P WITH THEIR RIDERS UNSEATED BY THE SHOCK OF THE COLLISION,THE TWO DINOSAURS. &EDIM BATTLE-BUT THE SAWALUAMS MOUMT SOON TURWED TAIL.- 'DINMV^ IM HOT PURSUIT, BLUNDERED^ BELLY-DEEP IMTO A SLOU6H-AMD BV THE TIME HE GOT BACK TO HA& GRDUNR HIS-FOEHAP WJISHEP- By Hamlin BOOTS AND HEU HUbDIES I.ONCi, LONG AGO! ? y?* gjV^O 1836 BY NCA Brttfll-r |N — • T. M JIEO U. S. PAT OFF. WASH TUBHS USED TO . TUtV tt&D TO 00 t\)tRXTr\\N6 ,ftu. BY I^Sl^-'s-i^i C. HOLLIS M]OW,THERe'5 NCTVHN& UNUSDAL ABOUT A STRAN&ER IN COMING TO 10'VN. ^r—-~- ^^ ^^— -. r> EXrEPT THAT ",.•;--. / ^OLY &MOKE!\ ANDYHEV! THERES OWc'c DIFFERENT. ( PIPE THE SPATS OA ) A FLOWFB 5?5S ^V. AN' GLOVESjCANEf/ IN HIS BUTTON ^ ^g^^^HOtE, M& r«v7M1i.E PQLKS ARE STlLl BLTZ2:N6 VW\VlTV,l fcXClTEMENT OVEK VVIU.IE tAfcATy CAPTURE, THERE ARRIVES B J. Ui. HOVO A STiCAWG£R . ( f TO THE'CrW'S LEAPfMfo^ \ /^t\ ^n^. *• V^HOSTg-RV, MV GOOD JVUN. j (^) ( f ") By Crani FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHERE DID GOtS HIDE THE MOUTHPIECE TO MV SAXOPHONE •2 WHEM THIS TRIP IS FINISHED.' EXTENDED K.V/ZING! iAH.VVHEW V/EGEf BACSi wi^j WHY COMT you TAKE A COPRESPOMDEWCE COURSE: iw HCW/ TD FORGET THE SAXOPHONE —i IW TEM EASY LESSOSJS? WHAT ABOUT US?.THERE ARE THREE OF US AMD OSILV OWE OF YOU .'WE HADTOUSTEW TO rri! -I •" V WHAT GOOD ISA SAXOPHONE \vrrHOLrr ™."*™- GO AT THAT? By I'M SURPRISED NtXJ DIDWT THROW AY/AY THS WHOLE SAXOPHONE t WE V/OULDMT DO A THIWG LIKE' ^ THAT! BESIDES, i HAVE AN IDEA THAT WE CAM STUFF UP THE VALVES AMD USE THE DARN THINS FDR A COFFEE PERCOLATOR .' $ ^@

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