SATUKDAY, AUGUST 1, 1930 BLYTIIEV1LLE. (AKK.)_ COURIER NEWS ' PAGE'FIVE can GET WHAT YOU WANT fam the WANTADi CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dai:j raie per line for COCMCU- / ve Insertions; /me time pel Tine ............ IOC Two times per line P« day •• Kc Month rate per Una ....... . tOe iilinmum cnarge 60o Three. times per Iltie P' 11 ''•J • ""* Blx times per line per da? .. One Aas ordcreO. iur inree or elx times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times tlie ad appeared and MJustment at bill made. All Classified Advertising copy fibnittled by persons residing oul- Hde ol tne city must be accompanied by cosh. Rales ^may be tMtly computed from abovn table Advertising ordered tor irregular Insertions take the one time rate Ko icsponsiDiiuy will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale ANTIQUE soda fountain. Mrs. W. U. McMullln. C22 W. Main l-:t Good Used Trucks 1934-VB. 1 !i to" truck 1331 Chevrolet 1'i toil truck 1A3 International lit ton truck & trailer 1C35 International Hi ton truck "& trailer n ton International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. Used Niagara COTTON DUSTER Gooil condition. Peter Slilpnmn Walnut Ridge, Ark., Route 1. 28p Sllglilly used FACTORY BOAT and' late model Johnson ae Horse la h. p. OOTBOARi: MOTOR, good shape, 5100 eash 1'anl Byrum. 9-ct-tr FOR SALE b room lioiire, l»th. Largo lot Across from high and gradi schools. Cheapest taxes in town Could be made into apartment EOS Chickasawb ' dli t 1 Salesmen Wanted SAIjESi.lEN: Sell advertising nov elticj;;;. calendars, fans, thenno meters, etc., for nationally knowi firm. Liberal commissions. STAN WOOD H1LLSON CORP., 906 Higl St., Brooklinc, Mass. YOUNG MAN to help sell advcrtis ing. Neat appearance. Transpor tation furnished. Must have fe dollars to finance self first week See James Wright, 1CI3 W. Main Eggs, Poultry Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry Ml E. Main Real Estate FOR SALE—100 by 300 It. lot c; Highway 18, small cottage, or chard, shade, city water. 5600 TERMS. Thomas Land Co. For Sale: Comer lot E. Kentucky near Pnrk. TERMS. F. T. Elder % Bell Cafe, West Memphis, Ark 18-p-k-l FOR SAL« Several thousand acres southcn Missouri rich alluvial cotton corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE KENT. Everett B. Gee Wanted TEACHERS-Many vacancies list cd; write us your qualification., enclose stamp. Teachers' Excliangi Kansas City, Kans. WANTFD at once, experience beauty operator. Margar=t Beauty Shop. 1-ck- l'V>r Kent BEDROOM adjoining batn. month. 715 W. Ash. 31-pk- 2 room FURNISHED Apartmen 807 Chickasawba. Call 1026. 23c 3 and 4 room cool FURNISSIE duplex npartmcnts. Mcderat Bess Hall. Phone 280. 27c k Modern 3 room unfiirnishe apartment, Main & 2nd. 4 room & bath unfurnished apart incnt. 125 W. Kentucky. New! decorated. Phono 764. P. Simon 25-ck-t t room furnisher! apartment, C( l-'iflli St. Call 142. 24-c-k-t 4 Room Furnished Aparlmcn 1011 W. Ash. Vacant Aug. Call 4«W. Mrs. M. d. Goodwin. 22c k( Room Furnislicd Aparimcn private bath, garnge at 224 Don OH. $20 mouth. Mrs. Wert. 2fckl COOIi bedrootr:c for permanent &. transient guest, 1 ;. Fans frd Bess Hall, 61' "' »*»ffi. Business Directory :Ct Uie benefit ot summer prices. Fill Up Now My Coal Is Black But I 'Heat You White LOCAL HAULING OllN 11UCHANAN — I'HONK 107 Irs J. J. Davis—Spei'iccr Corsetierc Call 421-W for appointments Dance Every Night At the Silver Moon Nightclub Newly Remodeled Good Music •lost delightful Night Olu'j between Memphis and St. Louis. Good Barbecue E. 15A1L.EY, Mgr. UECOKATIN'G Expert Floor Sanding nnd Finishing JOHN W. BURTON, C'imithersville Tlionc 084 TRANTHAM TRANSFER CO. .loving 50c room up. Pianos $1 up. PHONE 064 Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES THEARKMO I'llONE 40 Highest Prices Paid For Used FurniJure Wade Furniture Co 301-303 E. MAIN WE BUY HIDES & ALL KINDS METALS We Bell Coal, Wood and Kindling Give Us a Trial and Be Satisfied Blytheville Fuel Co. 118 S. Railroad St. VAWN mowers sharpened tin "Ideal way on the Ideal Mowe: Brindytg machine. Guaranteed job only $1. Blylhcrillc Machine SIiop Keep Kool With Hunler Elcclric Fans Hubbard Hdw. Co. Ship by .1. W. I'AKKEK. TKIJCK LINE Dependable Daily Service to and From Memphis . Keep Freight Money at Hume Call 127 800 W. Aih SI WANTED — AM, KINDS JUNK Scrap Iron, $3 to $5 ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2c to 4V4o In. Copper Wire, 4c to 5c Ib. Radiators, 4Vlc Ib. HIDES & PURS WOLF AKIAN PHONE 17G 128 E. Personal MISSOURI DEMOCRATS—Work crs, Veterans. Farmers. On 4th, vote Tor McCoy for congress Not a lawyer or a rubber stamp but a'man of your own class. MFTV' GET VIGOR AT ONCE ivi .ui\. Nc;v Ostrcx Tonic T! IcU contain ra\v oyster invig orators and other stimulant One dose })C|)S ii]j organs, glandf If not delighted, maker refund few cents paid. Call, write Kirb Bras. Drug Store. AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced —Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED Mo co-signers. Jus; nring car nn registration card along. U. W. MULL1NS ft ""-ii ry TSIdg. Phone 4D Position Wanted THIS CURIOUS WORLD NE TIME, THE PENALTV WAS .MORFT EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON Wmiled: One who 1ms hud Irnln- I"R with n nntlonnl sail's oi'uiin- Izalion, wllh traveling rxpcrlrno lirvfiMTrd. No preference us to aw, or whcllicr man or woman lint MUST be experienced nnd nmleislaml principles of salesmanship; wllllnt! to follow Instructions and have n good handwrit- liib'. To cull on all local residence*, business houses and offices. Can Kirn $30.tO weekly. No cur required, will advance $12,00 n ivcck. Steady employment. Apply in own hnmlttTillnt; slatliiB ex- pciU'nce. 1>. O. Box 310, Illvlhc- i-illf. SIDE GLANCES Bjr George Clark L THE IMAGINARV LINES KNOWN A? " TfiOPfC OF CANCER. ," AN.D' TKOP/C OF CAPKICOK'N". AR£L SO NAMED BECAUSE THE SUN, WHEN FARTHEST NORTH, IS IN THE SIGN OF OWCVEV2, AND, WHEN FARTHEST SOUTH, IS IN ' SIGN OF „ , OltUB THE "torrid rone" is n belt around the eartli which extends 23',i degrees north and south of the equator, tinil is .bounded on [lie north by the Tic-pic of Cancer, ami on the south by (ho Tropic of Capricorn. Persons who live ucU'ccn these two im;i;jmnry lines will find the sun directly overhead at noon twice eadi year. Bullet Master Happy, Directs Square Dances fOKT WORTH, Tex. (UP)— Alexander Oiniuiiisky is fulfilling a desire of 20 years standing In' directing Hie Minarc dunces for the "Last, I'Yoniier" In the Friintter Centennial liefe. The stocky little innslor O f the Ilusslan Ballet saw his flr.il. Mnmre dance while touring the nation will! the ulagiiUcir. Itussliin Bullet, He miuto up his mind to place (lie square dance oil what he considered its proper level, ilk chuncc came when he took charge of the frontier show cowboy dances, The former solo dancer with the Metropolitan Opera Company nnd (lie Chicago civic Opera Is dlrcel- i'lif no dancers In an intricate square dance routine. The 'grand finale of file dance sees n gryratlng group of dancers suddenly r.vttng into the shape of a huge star. When the Frontier Centennial ends. Ounmnsky plans to form •! lane Star Ballet, with a nucleus of his square' dancers, tnul tour Uic nation. NEXT: What Is a cyclonic nlncl? Dri. Wert ft Wert . OPTOMETRISTS ; Over Joe Isaacs' store "WE MAKE 'KM SEE" •, '.'. Phone WO, . • ; ALLKY 001 1'ollci! Hooks llahince ST. LOUIS (Ul>)—Police records balanced here for the week, July 8-1-t. the first time In more than n decade. Seventy-nine crimes \vcrc commuted nnd nn equal number cleared up. 'I can't hear lit wasle nuytliiiijr. We're, (joiner '( 0 use u,. (his month's tickets if we have to RO buck it nil forth all Wrecker Senrlce - G« OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SERVICE CENTER Phones 111 - 810 ONE STOP' SERVICE STATION •FOR YOUK CONVENIENCF SINCLAIR GAS AND LUBRICATION WRECKER. SERVICE Day Phone Night Phone 888 881. —BATTKHY' SERVICE —RADIATOR KKPAIR —BODY WORK —I'ENDEll WORK —GLASS INSTALLED —AUTO TARTS W.T.BARNETT AUTO Uodfe & Plymouth Dealer ELECTRIC) & ACKTVI.KNIi WELDING AT BEST PUICEE PHOMPT SliBVICL Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE 10 Now Located Hi 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor All m«in oi rebuilt Typewriter*, Addhii M»cnlne« uid C»l- calatora—Bepalrlnc—rar f'HIS COUNTRV MAKES NO MIT WITH ME;) THERE'S LOTS OF PLACES I'P RATHER BE: BUT ALLEY'S TRAIL LEAPS THIS WAV, •• SO WE'LL HAFTA KEEP ON], HIGHT IN TUB CT/AV:AWOWf WHAT A 5API AM! NOW WE'RE IN ATERRIBL^ JAM! DINOSAURS I' ALL AROUND ANP BErtlND.' A WAV OUTA THIS'LL B£ HARD TD FIND" COME? WHAT MA.V \ND HER MIDDIES IT WON'T UK LONG, NOW ' !. &EVTER. CAU- OP, MOW \936 BY KEA SERVICE. INC. T. ». RE.G. U.'s. PAT. OFf! WASH TUlIliS WHOA,THERE, STRANGER.I'M JIMMY SPUTTCR^PROJECTS, / WHAT Yc.HOU.1'9 V.^ll IS CHAMBER OP COMMERCE. DID YOU SAY YOU \ YOUNG MAN-/ KiMPA \ 15 T f ! r - M'V.p' S'k WERE GONNA START A BIG INDUSTRIAL PROJECT?) NOT PROJECT.) PROJECTS KIT, AS VctTMNffT v .—. , -» 1, • ^V- • 1 MH.-ER / READY TO P.E'.'rJM THE EXACT NATUSf OF MY MEW v VEMTURE. WHOM; not;—ou NOTHING EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPH E1> and Bookkeeper wants position. Good references. Elcnnoi Emi.li. 1315 W. Main. Call 33S-W. 13p k2J Batteries BETTER BATTERY SERVICE Call J. B. C!.me At Tom Jackson's Service Station RADIO REPAIRING A Compltio Line of Tubes »ntt Parti HVBBARD TIRE a MATTKt CO, FUONE n REST ASSURED, HOWEVER, THAT FT WIU BE THE MOST COLOSSAL UNDERTAKING THIS CITV EVER HAS VVITNESSE BIGGER. THAN OIL.BIGGER THAU RANCHIMG. S\Rj VOU ARE ON THE THRESHOLD OP-A NEW ERA, By Cram f !/, THAt> GREW, MR. WALUS. \ HUMPH! TOO 5,"ALL^ WB9 I CAN HELP YOU SELECT WHEN I'M REWS'jvW'• BUILDING SITE. NOW, HERE'S /BOY*. I'LL NEEDIWi>£[p<: A SWELL LOT THAT— ^x^OF ACRES PO53-'S"''j THOUSANDS. X FRECKLES AND HIS FHIBNDS WE HAVE FOOD ENOUGH FOR THREE MOPE WEEKS AMD, BETWEEN US, WE HAVE EXACTLY THREE DOLLARS Aria FORTY CENTS! SURELY THEY WEREWT AFTER THAT/ WELL, rr BEATS ME.'THOSE MEM DIDNTT FOLLOW US FOR THEIR HEALTVI! THEY WAWTED SOMETHIWG! WE HAVENT AWy DRIED BEANS OW BOARD, AW 1 HAVE A HECK Or AT1ME GETT1WQ CAMMED SALMQW OR ASPARAGUS THRU A BEAM- BLCWEP !•' YEAH, AWDTHE CHASE KIDS DOWN A RIVER WOTHIWG! BEFORE THE HOUSE IS, WHAT? ON THE LOOKOUT; iu THEY RETURW!
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