The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 29, 1936
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JULY, to, MLYT1IBVILLB. (ARK.) COURIER' NEWS PA'CE-'FIVE can CET WHAT YOU WNKiiitivmihe WANTAPi CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dai:; r»;e per line for coaaecu- (vo Inscr lions: Business Directory DECORATING Expert Floor Sanding and Finishing JOHN W. BUHTON, Carulhcrsville rhvne 684 Mr //lie time per nn» Two llmea ixr line per day . Month r«te per line Minimum cninje 60o Iliree times per line p,n dny Blx times per line per da? .. 59c las ordered lor inrce or ill limes and Btoppsd before expire- lion will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and "Oustmeut at bill made. AJl ciasarieo Advertising copy nbmlllcd by persons residing out- Ude ol me city must be accompanied by casli. Rates may tx eiuily computed from abovn uble Anvtriwma orocrctt lor irrcgulai liiKcrllons take the one tluie rat* No itsponMDiuiy will t>e Uken lor nionj than one Incorrect hi- \ertlon of any classified ad. I0e •— Mc TRANTHAM TRANSFER CO. ** Moving 50e room up. Pianos $1 up. For Sale PHONE M4 Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICKS THEARKMO 40 Oak Mat Top Desk, 'I drawers, chair. Moore's Ah-tight Heater, all $25. Bo>: 7-1, Blythcville R O. 29p kl Wardrobe trunk, 'I burner oil stove, kitchen cabinet, baby huyey, store fihow case. Cceit Lowe grocery. Call 1TI. 20-ck-I Used Niagara COTTON DUSTER, deed condition. Peter Shiimian, Walnut Ridge, Ark., Route 1. 23p k4 Good Used Trucks 1934-V8, 1 |.'j ton truck 1934 Clicvrolet 11!= ton truck 1A3 International I'.-J -ton truck fc trailer 1C35 International lit Ion truck & trailer yi ton International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. sTiBlTtly ""usctT^FACTORY BOA'I and late model Johnson Sea liorsc 12 h. p. OUTBOARD MOTOR, good shape, $100 cash. Paul Byi-um, D-ck-tf FOR SALE 5 rooni houae, bath. Large lot. Across from high and grade EChools. Cheapest, taxes in town. Could .lie, made into apartment. 809 Cliickasawb dh tf Batteries BETTER BATTERY SERVICE Call J. B. Chine At Tom Jackson's Service ."Station Eggs, Poultry Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN WK HUY HIDES & AU, KINDS MKTAI.S We Sell Coal, Wood and Kindling Give Us a Trial and He Satisfied Biytheville Fuel Co. 118 S. Railroad St. WAUXIXO OKUKK IN THE CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA U I STRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, E. n. Glascock, Plaintiff, ' vs. No. B2 l(i Mac Glascock, Defendant. The defendant, Mae Cilnscock. Is warned lo appear within thirty days in the court, named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of (he plaintiff, E. H. Glascock. Dated this 22mt dny of July, 1930. H. M. CRAIG, Clerk, Hy Elizabeth Roddy, D. C. lioy E. Nelson. Ally, for Plaintiff. Robert A. West, Ally. Ad IJlem. 22-29-5-12 Snub In 1843 Cited In. Rise of Feminists S1CNECA FALLS, N. Y. (UP)— Nearly a century ago—93 years tolycin-. lie exact-two women walked nimJ7Slh t>n. now 1 a f!;ii»(;e, hut then u uux'h, is marked with a bronze Then- was no colebratlon of Hie «uy of the convention (his In ira, however, nn the- I.1QIIOU Notice is hereby jjivcn thul (lie Commissioner of Revenue of the Stale of Arkansas haa issued a permit (o Max Meyers to soil and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors lor beverage at retail on the premises- described as 315 E, Main St.. Blyllieville. Ark. Tins ucnnil. issued on tlic 1st day of July. 103(5. and expires on | .the 1st day of Janimrv, 1937. MAX MEYER H. down n London street enraged because they \vciv expelled from a world convention to consider the shivery of bl'.ick men, The women, Elizabeth Cady Sianlon uud Lucretia Mott. both of Seneca Falls, hnrt traveled sonui WOOD miles to attend the con- vi'iilUiii. only to be told (hat women were not wanted. Hi 1 fort they returned to this country, tluif srticiim Ixire fruit in a motet Kiilhei-liij! in Ecnnca Falls. The convention went (town in history u.s the beginning of the einsuiclnaiinn nf women. H adupl- cii a IH-OBI-IILII which called for complete- equality for women In every liclil. i The site of dial lii':t convcn- woincn United anniversary, from Sillies a hundreds purls of pioneers made (hero own paper from old nigs mid wiisle, evcu iicw.sp)-|nl, still .stands In lilg Coltonwootl assembled heri> lo ofjCnnyon nonv here. It svus opcr- atcd for 23 years. H Is n clance- the commemorate the event. Slmlnils .Meet Wind Loilers TOLEDO (Ui')-As nn aid In studying iiolldcul scleiKi-. o. Gar- lield Jones, professor ol llmt .suu- j'-cl in tlic University of 'IViledo has .students meet \vurd and elni-l leadera to i>et Ilielr Hi-iil iioiuls of view. pic- nrnc- Drs. Wcrt & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "\VK MAKK 'EM SEE" Phono 6JO luill now. Hldorlc'al Hall Tic Fouiul OODliN, Utah (UP)-WrUcrs ot Hie federal hlstorlcnl survey loro down a barn roof lo isi-t a suu- liorllne rullroixl tic to the one In Hcfure Vou liny Any Outboard - Sec the NEPTUNE Sluulc Cyl. (Oilier Sizes to 10 II. P.) HUISISAKD TIUK & KllV CO. which the Koldcn spike was driven symbolism the completion of the first [runs-continental railroad. Aulo \\rtck Thrills tilillil GEORGETOWN,' Cnl. (UP)—"DO It OB«t,n, Daddy," was the. Joyous approval of the 4-ycar-old diui B h- Wrecker' Srrvlce - GM Ol'KN ALL NIGHT PlilLLIl'S SXKVICK CKNTKU Phones 777 - 810 k'l- of Mr. rind Mrs. W. L. Wilson-i'I when their car went off the high- ' way and landed in a canyon 200- feet below. No one was Injured. , courier rjcns Classilled Ads Pay, COMPARE THESE VALUES I93S OltKVItOMvT COACH MASTKIl Dance Every Night At the Silver Moon Nightclub Newly Remodeled Good Music Most delightful Nislit Club (ween Memphis and St. Louis. FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPERT Now iivailalilo for repair;; on all makes or ra'ilios. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. Werner at Hardaw-ay Appliance Co. Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Biytheville Canning Co. Blythevilie, Ark. ONE STOP SBUV.ICE STATION TOR VOUK CONVKNIENCP SINCLAIR GAS AND LUBRICATION WHMCKHH SBitVICK Dav Plume 888 I'hone 88(i -BATTKKV SERVICE —ItAIHATOIl KKl'AIH —1IODV WOIIK -FKM>I:K WORK —«MSK INSTAU.KI) -AUTO I'ARTS W. T. BARNETT AUTO SALES ft Hymnuih SI95. MASTKIt. ' COACH $355' 19M I'OIIW V-8 TUDOR ..:'. 5265* 10.13 CHKVUOUVl' COACH .. 3265 1030 I'ONTIAC SI'.DAN 5 85 —TKIICKS— IK TON ' lOiiti Clll^'ltOI.KT • TRUCK II CHKVItOI.ET TRUCK 5525 11$ 'TON " C;. itt. TltUCK 0. ly, TON " WJZ CIIKVKOI.HT 15,5 TON TltUCK ................ 5195 19115 C1IKVKO1.KT Cl.OSKI) . CAB riCK-l)I' 1RUCK. Si9J Monllily |>,i)iiicnfs lo suit jour pulse, and savings as much as ?10 lo S£0 or mure In Iliianclnr on (lie Motun, Instalment plan. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 1'HONE W3 Now Ixicaled at 101 North • Second' ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU UON EDWARDS, Proprietor All »»k M 01 rebuilt Typewriters, Adding M.onlne. ud C»I- Good Barbecue E. BAILEY, Mer. LAWN mowers sharpened the Ideal way on the Ideal Mower grinding machine. Guaranteed job only $1. Blythcville Machine Shop Keep Kool With ... Hunter .Electric Fans Hubbard Hdw. Co. Ship by ,1. W. I'AKKF.R TRUCK LINE Dependable Daily Service to and From Mchiphis Keep Freight Money at Hume Call 127 809 W. Ajh St. 111 E. Main Gel the benefit of summer prices. Fill Up Now My Coal Is Black But I Treat You White LOCAL HAULING JOHN BUCHANAN —PHONE 107 Position Wanted kxPERIENCED STENOGRAPHED and Bookkeeper wants position Good references. Elennoi Smi.h 1315 W. Main. Call 330-W. 13p k2J Real Estate FOR SALE— 100 by 300 ft. lot or Highway 18, suinll cottage, orchard. shade, city water. $600 TERMS. Thomas Land Co. For Sale: Corner lot E. Kentucky near Park. TERMS. F. T. Elder % Bell Cafe, West Memphis, Ark. 18-p-k-lS FOIi SAI.B Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rich alluvial cotton & corn lands. Any sire tract. TERMS IJKE RUNT. Evcrclt D. Gee Blytncvnni. For Kent 2 rocm FURNISHED Apartment £07 ChickRsawba. Call lf)2l>. 23c ktf 3 and -1 room cool FURNISHED duplex apartments. Moderate Bess Hall. Phone 280. 27c kti FARM. 12 acres, house, barn, f acre crop, SlOfl. Willie or col- cred tenant. Close in. Box 74 Blythcvillc. 27p k30 Modern 3 room unfurnished apartment. Main & 2nd. 4 room & bath unfurnished apart ment. 12.5 W. Kentucky. Newly decorated. Phone 761. F. Simon. _ _ _ 25-ck-tf Tlirec room house, u-iuer. [urnish- cd, apply 621 South Lake street. 23|) k31 3 room furnished apartment, 00.5 Filth St. Call 142.. 24-c-k-tf •1 Room Fiurnislicd Apartment, 1011 W. Ash. Vacant. Aug. 1. Call 445W. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. 22c ktf 3 Room Furnished Aparlnienl. private hath, garage at. 224 Don- Ban. S20 month. Mrs. Wert. 21cktf COOL bedroor.s for i>ennanent & transient guestf. Fans free. Bass Hall, 611 W. Main. Mrs.l.J. Davis—Spencer Corsetlcre Call 421-VV lor appointments WANTED — flt,L KINDS JUNK. Scrap Iron, J3 to $5 ton Aluminum, lOc- Ib. Brass, 2o to 4'Ac Ib. Copper ",Vlre, 4c to 5c Ib. Radiators, 4Kc ib. HIDES & FURS WOLF AIIIAN PHONE 176 128 E. MAII- Personal FREE! STOMACH ULCERS. GAE PAINS. INDIGESTION rclicvec' quick. Get free sample doctor': orcscriplion, Udca, at Kirby Bros Drug Co. MEN! OET VIGOR AT ONCE! New Gstrcx Tonic Tab- Iclr, conlnin raw oyster invig- ontcr.", and other stimulants One dcse peps up organs, Riands If not delighted, maker refund? few cents paid. Call, write Kirov Bras. Drug Store. AUTO LOANS Cash Advnnr.cri — Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No co-signers, jus; Tiring car and registration card along. U. W. MULLINS *'-"«lry Bldff. I'honc 495 Data on Quail Sought DAVIS. Cal. (UP)—Prof. J. T. Emlcn. instnictor of zoology at the State College of Agriculture, has decided to cio a little pussyfooting as regards the homo life of the quail. He has instructed farmers throughout ~th<< stale to notify him of tlie existence of nests, the number of eggs, aim the nature of the terrain. All foliage and fruit of the coconut tree comes from one bud. RADIO REPAIRING A Complete Line of Tube* »nd P»rU HUB BARD TIRE ft BATTgnT CO. PHONE 4'l NYTHING—MOSTLY GMABLE TO LOCATE HIS WASTER ivj THE BIG WAMP. DIMMY P.ETURMS TO KAOO ALOME - SAV-ALLEY OOP'S DIWOSAUR JIS COME IM-ALDWE.' Y'DOMT RECKOM /-: COULDA HA'PPEMED TO OOP, DO YUH ? DWKIY RETURMlk)' WHHOUr OOP IS QUEER- GOME AWFUL WROM&.^SURE LOOKS I FEAR- a . ^S LIKE (T-AMy- WAV, IT WOULDW'T TELLIM'WHAT HURT TO 'DO SOME IK1VESTIGATIM T. m. Mat, t. eg. on, SO OtWM S-\OC\< OM PA"bT, I HWEMT- KlOT'C'EO AViV 'EM &OW T'TOWN OW p, WASH TUliBS NOTHINR HUT TIIK BEST! FLOUlSH/THe STANfcER REGISTERS HE WAWsV MAVBE HE'S ER-AtL- \ ANPKINDWSEE . J THAT FLOWERS THE BRIPAL/ ARE PEL1VEREP SUITE SIR./ TWICE CUILV-NONE- A AH-BUT THE — V CHOICEST WILL co. WELL, VOU BETTER SEE \p VOU CAN FHNO SOME FLOWERS, JOE-FOR ALL I KNOW HE MIGHT OWN THE ° 1LHELP - -POG1VE BV NO MEANS, MV GOOD \ MAN -A SUltg OP ROOMS. ( GOBS. THAT'S SPATS ANPyHE SHORE HIM. NAME'S I CAME. T19 A REP C VWLLB S ^^'7^X»OT SPORT. WESTERM PAUACt. HIS ROOM./NAW,HE'S FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS p! l:v DKVBI.OPMBNTS! COLOSSAL', ALL RIGHT...I CAW TFLL BV THE RiDlklQ LIGHTS.' LET'S 1$ SHOVE OFF) A^^.^^-r^cSi-BjV^J & .£ J\ HE,; You BETTER V,'AKE UP....TWO GUYS cur HERE: ARE TR/IWG TQ CA/ERHAUL 1 THEY'RE 1DUGH LOOkWG! 1 WAS KIHDA SCARED, SO I THOUGHT I'D BE'TTECR WAKE M^U FELLAS' WANTED TO OVERTAKE US? DID THEY CALL YOU? THEY DID., AND YOU SHOULDA HEVM?P WHAT! up DU3 AM'GE EOARD, vwr wrrH US? WE'RE JUST KIDS OM AVAOXTIOKI TRIP. 1

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