The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 29, 1934
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TUESDAY,' MAY 29, 1984 UBI.I tlfil IV CLASSIIIED SECTION - Wants i. •';. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily riuc per ,lnc for consecutive Insertions: IFlve averagt worea to a line) One time per lino Mo Two times ]»r iijio per duy .. 08C '/lirce times per I hi! per day .. f.ix times r«r line per day REPAIRING FREE II O L C Estimates Roofing, Painting, Repairs THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. 10-ck-e-lO Chief Engineer, Weit Memplils, | Arkansas. I W. M. Smith, I'resldent, St. Francis Lcvec Board. 15-22-29-5 Memphis, Ten«. Amoni other n*t-'_ ..•.., , ~, . ten to be considered will bt pro- > Turkish lOUlR Flf Ml Cwrtinwd U$e oT VeM HOME LOAN—Free estimates on roofs, painting and general repairs. We can arrange TERMS i( desired. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PBON'F. iOO. 06c Ooc rate" per lino .".... «o Minimum charge 50c Ads orv.ereU 10'. three or sin limes and stopped before enplra- t'ou will be charged for the number of fines the ad appeared alia adjustment of bill made. A!l Ciusiificd AUvcrtlsing copy submitted by person* residing outs!dc uf Uic city crust be aocom- lianlcd by cash. Rates may be cetily computed from above table No resijonsiullllv will be uxen 101 more than one Incorrect lu- bcrtlou of any classified ad. Advertising oi'Ckua lor irregu- *r Insertions takf the one time isle. KXFERT Typewriter »nd Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. Blank- eruhip, 116 E. Kos«. Call 165-J. 22ck6-2'i t'uruituic tieB«mng— Upholstering Mso automobile upholstering. We l l« slad to refer you to customers as to quality and workmanship. Complete line samples. New Location 118 No. Second JENKINS Si SON 6-ck-6-5 FOR RENT Nicely furnished APARTMENT private bath. Lights, water free 619 W. Main Call 332-J. t UNFURNISHED 5 room apartment 1013 W. Walnut. Call 303. SOckl NOTICK Annual meeting of stockholders >f Blythevllle Cotton Oil Mill will x held at 10:30 A. M., Tuesday, tine 13, 1934, at office of W. A !age & Company, Pulls Buildup. posed cliuiige of By-Law providing for amendments of By-Law by eliminating therefrom neceMity 1«| ; notice of proposta cnanf*. W E Gate _„ ISTANBUL "''"' WMO "'' (he (UP) -Turkish wo- the old-fiish- crllldKd fcv- youtli of Tur- I. H. rtemlng, \^ Assistant B«eret»ry. **y. le W-ia' Despite Mustapha Kemal't em- . . . J unclpalloii of the former-harem- Kead Courier News Want Ms dwelkrs, many women obstinately OUR BOARDING HOUSE USED CARS How Can We Sen These Cars »t Such low I'rices 1 ! •31 CHEVROLET COACH. Looks Oocd and runs jood $*S6 '32 FOKD V-8 TUDOK SEDAN. In s«id toiidllloL. A real buy % •M CHRYSLER SEDAN. New J'aiut, Molur A-l ? •SI) FONTIAU COACH. A real goo;l far 5 '30 FOKD STANDARD COUTH. Licence & ready to &o S •33 At'STlN COUrt. A real bargain, come and see it. TKi:CK BARGAINS 4 room home with bath. Nicely furnished. Vacant June 1. Ill Division. Call GoO or 968. i>2cktf Nicely furnished cool 3 - room APARTMENT. Mrs. Duncan, 119 Chickasawba. ckS-17 liv Aheri? COOL BEDROOMS, REASONABLE MRS. W IN ' FURNISHED apartment, 305 Uou- gan. Phone 870-J. 18c kll 'DO VOU SUPPOSE, vou WHA. BE watt CAR.& OF TW\NG>S GROUND HERE. WND RUN Tttt ESTNBUSHMENT, SHOULD I 6O TO GOLOPiAtO TOR fc TEW MONTWS.TO WORK rW <SOV.t> M\NE9-^N\V "PLAMS ARtTO LEJXVE THE TIRST (X- TWE I AM CONCEKNED WHETHER YOU CAW 1L\- VW/t TEW IT WE f VKST i5,6ErrHN€, t^TWE .MaU'Se.-'-'-ANt) TlAtN IlLH^ETWDUBLE A WWLE,6tTT»N<o OUT Of -TVAE \\KSin. Of UF AT THUtt \M YOU STUMBLE IN , TWE 1?»ON1 TXXJR-' Uln the 6quai e pkcv of black oth wlilch coveis all the feature* otn Uie eyes to the chin. The Kemullst youth of Aydln car Smyrna, linvc plasteivd the jwn wllli iwsk'i-s which rend: "It is repulsive to wear n veil i the street: An imi'ovrml brow the onor; Turkish win nun's It is slmmefiil to walk Mi ciUaeu, do not illm your wjfe, f,t,ler, or mother, to go about veiled; suppre« Uw vfll. but do iwt lour It up; use It for some other purpose." bout with the fnce covered; Turk-illusion, La. of dogwooa plow cirved by hand ui 1845, wus ex- lilblUsi amojif the relics iit the .sonil-cenlennlul celebration ' In ATHENS, O. CUP)—Three members of lite Athens County grand Jury were locked up and held prisoners by mistake for. an hour and » half In the county jail here during an inspection tour. Chicago's Reid Museum of Natural History now contains more than 700,00p plant specimens from all parts of the world. ALLEV OOP ONK OUT! Bjr Uamtta HAW/ 2 room FURNISHED und gamge. Cool, 1IJOI W. Ash. Apartment reasonable. Uo k6-ll FURNISHED bedroom, 1017 W, Walnut, Mrs. Ed Hardln, attar 5 P. M. le ktt Nicely Furnished BED ROOM. Mrs. Noten. 310 West Walnut. 30c k5-30 •SU UMC 2!= TON ' Laige Buuy TRliCK, •}Z FOKU I! = -TON TRUCK, Dual Wheels, Closed Uab ? •3« KOR1> PICK U I 1 , Closed 'Cab. Rubber like new ... ?182 PHILLIPS MOTOR CLEANERS, TAILORS We clean and store winter clothes and bed covers. Moth-proof, •reproof vaults. Fay next fall. Strrfc* WANTED TO BUY We buy Chickens and Et[b, highest prices paid. Rite Price Grocery, Phone 231 111 K. Main. DC k6-9 UStD CAR LOT Corner 1*4 & Walnut Sts. mi* 810 - »11 BUSINESS SiRECTOHY COUNTY WORKERS UNION lor men nnd \vu:nen over 16 Dues, 51 p"i' you- 24pk C-24 Ready-Made Slip Covers Approved by Good llousekecpint Choice of jtood materials. I'it Gnariiileed— '/• Usual trice Mrs. C. St Cray, ajent Kooou with or wtlkixrt buH, steam heat, not vater, reuoaable rmto, Phone 231, Kite rtict Gn. 2Sc k5-29 Milk fed FRYERS for salt. PICK- AJID'S Store. 1044 Chickasan'ba ll-ck-6-n ROOM ft BOACD Roomers and Boarders—Home-Ilk* atmosphere. Prices rwsonablt. Mrs. J. F. Sanders, 51» W. Main. Oall Z78-J- 7c >B" OR TRADE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES SWORD FISH?? WHAT TH'-? SAY, ™AT A1NT PASSWORD, Ru^A^^v.' THE PASSVIOflO.' , HERE. COMES CORPORAL -ftN 1 WHO KNOW 5 HOW HE/, CORPORAL OF TH' * IS IT THIS SERIOUS? By Martin TVW wouvww awt Vi 1 ^ VOT OF i wowots \T 6ttt MUST B WOO\.OKi'T BE THttMflW OOT LOUO HIGHEST Caih I'rices paid for brass, aluminum, copper, zinc. New Deal Trading Main. Post, 120 W. 80 k6-8 Ask us atiuut the Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls. They're Better, llubbard Hardware Co. 5ck6-5 GARAGE doing good business Good location, excellent equip merit. Will sell cheap or wha. have you? J. C. CHAPIN, Manila Ark. 23-pk-3v National Cash Register. New Dea Trading Post, 120 W. Main, g ck6-i. WHEN you are fish hungry come to McFall Fish Market, 115 W. Ash. Fiesh Fiah At All Times. 1C k6-l AU'fOilOTIVE Start A Savings Account With Us On t\rrytliuip for the Automobile Hubbard lld»-., Automotive D«pt I'lionc «6 Phone FOR SALE \T, BOOT-, .«.MNRR\£O '.'.'. VT^, TO ASK . , . TOO MJ^TWMfe < ME OH OOES ^^v , H i DO". WASH TUBHS 7 <SEt IN. QUltk ! €VWDOW6P BV A .MAN V REAL ESTATE See me for 3, 5, 10 w 15 acre tract! fronting on Franklin Street be- (Inniar »t Mssouri A\Tn»e, north C. M. TEEBV Phone 617 or J46 ONE i-lialr UAHDER, sliop aL Kci- ift. Priced reasonable for quick F3lc. Mrs. John Corkran, Luxora, Ark. 29-n-k-l BARGAINS in good, clean, used ice boxes Everett B. Gee Sales Co. 22ck6-22 Kor Sale or Trade if arrcs well improved In most braitifnl section of Ourks, II minates from dandy town, li minutes from best fisbinj in slate Good hoase, ftentr fruit. Will sacrifice for S75», 'part cash, balanci easy. Will cMisMer trading foi slork of merehairfiie. J. C. CHAriN. Manila, Ark. FEEDS CHEAP—25 acres giwving alfalfa nfnr Blylheville, Everett B. Gee. 22ck6-22 For Sale: HAY, new or old. Best and worst grades alfalfa. J. O. Hankin farms, next Walnut Grove Tourist Camp, sou' 1 ' of Holland. 26-pk-30 THE BOYS ARE SUSl'ICIOUS! _ /^ ( 'PON HV WORD, GEHTLEMEU, I— i ll NEWER SAW KIM BtFORE MEAH'MAVBEYOU 1 CAN leLL WHAT «'s UP TO; AMD WHO HE IS. 1- ) ( E« j V By /DEAR ME 1 * I Stottf THS FAlMTfeST tOEAWIIS HE CuOLD BE. VAE'9 A ROBBER. [c^ASV <JWES A LOOK LS OF WS«JST. HE'S SURE ROTH OP THEM REC06KJ1ZED THE MAN SALESMAN SAM AVELL, IS RIGHT! By Feeds, Flour, Groceries <fc Meats at Best Ptites. We Deliver. Phone 231, Kite Price Grocery, 9c kS-9 l-'or Sale—1 good iiocd Delco light plant-, 1 liallery radio set. 1 used electric icfrigerator. new & used electric fans. Everett B. Gee Sales Co. 22 ck 6-22. LEGAL NOTICES WANTED job Wanted by boy Just graduated from High school. Not afraid of r.-ork. Will do anything, lie-; >I Cnrc Courier News. Write FUHNITURE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as administrator of •.lie estate of C. H. Burns, deceased, will apply to UK Mississippi County iChickasawba District) Probate Court on ttw 16lh day of June. 1934, for authority to sell he following lands belonging to aid estate, or so much thereof as nay be necessary, to-wit: North islf of Lots Nine and Ten. in Block "B" of Morris Addition to Bljtheville. Arkansas. Said sale is made for the pur- ?c of paying the debts of said estate. W. H. Stovall. 5-15-22-29—6-5 Administrator LAWN CHAIRS Uunpalnlcd *l-8o l-aintcd S350 •IHK ARKMO LUMUBU CO. WANTED TO RENT WANTED' Eervant room within distance of 1100 Chicka- short Cnll 278- W. POULTKY « EGGS Sell us your pr\jillry. We pay highest prices for hens & fryers. B. T. Worthy 315 E, Main. 14ck6-14 HAV, MACHINERY FOR SALE Sealer! bids will bo received at the office of the I/r.vee Board, West Memphis. Arkansas, until Neon. June 7. 1034. and then publicly opened fen- I he purclwre In whole or in parl ot the machinery. Implcmrails and equipment that has been used by the Board in cutting weeds and shrubs and harvesting hay on the levee. Certified check for 10% of amount bid must accompany each bid. The Boarrt reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Information will be furnished uj»r on application to H. N. Pharr,|V— OMB. WHO ACTUALLY FOUMD Off-en. 500 BUCKS I OF- TH' =rrbfie.'s .- ToTH 1 ,/TALKINf' tCHO FOUND t K(0otu ; pi&nr , wnefie. IT'S T«£ OL: C5AMK,' RUKl AM 1 ftDO To PGfiSOfJfiL- PiCCOUNTJ. FRECKLES SEEMS CONFIDENT! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WELL, IF IT ISNT 7HC OKE'CANDLE- POMCR BSCHf MAN WHOM MR. MASO» PAYS FOR BEING DUMB? IP EHRk PPJE9SKS HIS SUTT FOR $]O,OOO, MY ONLY DEFENSE B.THAT I HAVE ONLY ^ I,OOO TO MY NAME....BOT IT'S fW«T OTHER ZERO, THAT GIVES ME COUP FEET! LAWYER DAVIS RAN OUT OM THE CASE...I'LL TO GET SOMEONE TO TAWE MIS PLACE VfM ASCXJT LEM CEDARS? HE'S A GOOD LAV/YER... ALL SET FOR A " BATTLE >ND THE ONLY VSAPOfJ MX) H»VE IS A' BIKLE "THAT ONLY BLOWS PBTREAT-.'.' t--!^, CASE! AND THAT'S NOT MY THEORY..-IT COMES F«3M A GLf/ WO kWOWS WHAT VCS TALk- IMG ABOUT . OOR F»ECkLE5! EVERYv/HERG HE GOES 1M SMADYfelOE, HE CUTS TPG RA2Z8ERRIES FOR HAVING 8 BOUGHT OM A LA\V SUIT RETAINER AMD TELL

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