The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1934 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 30, 1934
Page 4
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'WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1934 CAIKJ ptxnom HO* TO* €14win ED SECTION- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION D«lly rate per Joe ror conseeu- Uve Inurtlons: (Five average words to a lice) One time per linn '* Two tliues per line per day ., OVC 7hree time* per llm per day .. Me eix time* per line per d»r .. Die LTontb r»U per lln. We Minimum cbarg« Wo Adi onierttt w uiree or su times and stopped before explu- ton will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared «no adjustment ol bill made. All ClasoiCed Advertising cop) «ubmitted by persons residing out- aide ot the city nust be accompanied by cash. Rates may be eailly computed from above table FREE H O L C EiUmaU* Roofing, Painting, Repairs THE AHKMO LUMBER CO. 10-ck-«-IO KXPEKT Ty»ewrtl«r and Addiaf MacbUw BtftlriBC. V. H. Blaak- 11* K. «ose. Call US-I. 22ck6-22 Mayan Culture Pattern Ha* SpaaUh Element* WASHINGTON (UP) —The cut- ire pattern ot the present-day nothing entirely Indian, UM Cav- negle Institution revelled htrt re* cenlly. This theory Is advanced bn the basis of research undertaken tor the Institution by Dr. Robert ;—Upholstering Also automobile upholstering. We will be ijlad to refer you to customers as to quality end workmanship. Complete line samples. New UeatlM 111 N». B JENKINS ft BON o-ck-6-5 FOR RENT mude and re-defined Mn terms of one • another • producing In the end n honwf«nou» pattern. As an example o! this Intermingling mfluenee Dr. Redfteld cited a particular method of forecatt- lii( the Mather retarded u «b- TWO APARTMENTS, 122 East Davis, one Furnished, one unfurnished, Ola Bob Harris, phone 623-J. sock2 ; KS MODERN 3 room furnished or un- j B' furnished n par I merit over Klrby | •*—• no responsiomtv will be usen ™i s ' ore - F - Simon.- Call 764. n more than one Incorrect In- 30-ck-tf JOI aertlon of any classified ad. Advertising ordota for uregu- *r insertions laki- the one time rate. USED CARS How Can We Stll three Cars at Such Low I'rtces? '33 CHEVROLET COACH. Looks Good and runs good $186 '32 FORD V-8 TUDOR SEDAN. In good couditior.. A real buy '30 CHRYSLER SEDAN. New Faint. Motor A-l $184 '38 FONTIAC COACH. A real jood t'.ir $136 '30 FO11D STANDARD COU- VK. License & ready to go *195 '33 AUSTIN COUPE. A real bargain, come and sec it. TRtICK BARGAINS "M GMC 2Ji TON TRUCK, Large Body '3Z FORD Ui-TON TRUCK, Dual Wheels, Closed Cab *294 '30 FOKD PICKUl", Closed 'Lao Ruboer like new ... $18 PHILLIPS MOTOR IMAM UStU CAR LOT Curner 1» & Walnut Sts. I'huue 81U - 811 OUSE. Can be used for 2 apartments. 916 Holly. Call 290. 30pk4 ioely furnished APARTMENT private bath. Lights, water free 19 W. Main Call 332-J. t NFTJRNISHED 5 room apartment 1013 W. Walnut. Call 303. 5-30 c kt room house with bath. Nicely fur nlshed. Vacant June 1. Ill DM Ion. Call 650 or 968. 22ckt 11 name fh regions of Siiulo Doingo, Venezuela and Costa idea far from 'the Mnyn Inlhielice nd where Indian influence of any irt U small or non-existent. Two Lone Veteran* at Annul G.A.R, Sefeion BALT LAKE CITY, Utah (UP) —Two W-year-old Civil war veterans were the sole rrpreMnta- here. Thty were Department Com- niarjder BUu Price, Bait Lake, and Junipr Vice Cofnwadtr John W. WUldoes, American Pork. Eight other eurrlvon In the state were unable to reach th« convention. Five yearn ago the department had 51 members. Cicely furnished cool 3 - room APARTMENT. Mrs. Duncan, 71 Jhickasawba. ck6-l •OOL BEDROOMS, REASONABLE MRS. WEBT, 212 W. MAIN. FURNISHED apartment, 305 Dougan. phone 870-J. ISc ktf : room FURNISHED and garage. Cool, .601 W. Ash. Apartment reasonable. lie k6-ll FURNISHED . bedroom, 1017 W. Walnut, Mrs. Ed Hardin, after 5 M. ic ktf Nicely Furnished BED ROOM. Mrs. Nolen, 310 West Walnut. 30c k6-30 WANTED TO RENT WANTED: Servant room within short distance of 1100 CliicUa- sawba. Call 278-W. tf CLEANERS, TAILORS We ckau and (tore winter clothes and bed coven. Math-pnwT, Ore- proa f vaults. Fay neit fall. Service WANTED TO BUY BUSINESS DlttECTORY COUNTY WORKERS UNION lor men and women over 16 Dues, »1 per year '24pk 6-2* ReJdy-^Ullc Slip Covers Approved by Good Housekeeping. Choice of »ood malerUls. Fit Guaranteed— 'A Usual Price Mrs. C. M. Gray, agent HIGHEST Cash Prices paid lor brass, aluminum, copper, zinc. New Deal Trading Posl, 120 W. Main. Be k6-8 Ask us about the Hagen Honey Center Golf Balls. They're Better. Hubbard Hardware Co. 5ck6-5 We tay Chicken and Egg", est prices paid. Rite Price Grocery, FhMie 231. Ill E. Mala. 9C 1(6-9 Boom with *r wiUtoat board, steam beat, hot water, rauonabte nlea, Phone Z3i Rite Price Gro. 29c k5-2S Milt fed FBYEHS for sale. PICK- AKD'S Store. 1044 Chtckasawba. 17-ck-6-n WHEN you are fish hungry come to McFnll Fish Market, 415 W. Afh. Fresh Fifili At All Times. Ic k6-l AUTOMOTIVE ROOM & BOARD Roointrs and Boaraers—^Home-like atmwpbere. Prtcea narcoable. Mrs. 1. F. Swim, Jl» W. Main. Call 278-1. FOR SALE OR TRADE National Cash Register. New Deal Trading Post, 120 W. Main. 8 ck6-8 REAL ESTATE Start A Savings Account With Us On Everything for tho Automobile Hubbard lidw., Automotive Uepl. Phone 4" 6 1'hone FOR SALE Second hand WINDOWS and DOORS. J. W. Shoose, 815 W. Walnut. ONE chair DAUBER shop nt Kci- Priced reasonable for quick Mrs. John Corkran, Luxora, 29-p-k-l sale. Ark. BARGAINS in good, clean, used Ice boxes. Everett B. Gee sales Co. 22ck6-22 CHEAP—25 acres growing alfalfa near Blythevllle, &erctt B. G«e. See me for 3, 5, 1» or 15 acre tracts fronting on Franklin Street beginning at Missouri Avenue, north t. M. TERRY Phone 617 or 346 For Sale or' Trade 40 acrn well improved ii beaitifol section of Ozariu, H mfnmtes from dandy town, 15 inmates from best fishing in state Good house, plenty fruit. Will sacrifice for $75*. part cash, balance easy. Will' consider trading slock of merchandise. J. C. CHAPIN, Manila, Ark. Feeds, Ftenr, Groceries t Meala at Best Prices. We Deliver. Ph««e 23». Rile Price Grocery. 9c k6-9 For Sale—1 good used Delco light plant, l battery radio set, 1 us«d electric refrigerator, new & used. electric fans. Ewrelt B. Gee Bales Co. 22 ck 6-23. POULTRY & EGGS Sell «s roar pomllrr. We par highest prices for bens ft trstn. B. T. Wtrthy 315 E. Main. ItckS-ll WANTED jtfr Wanted by boy just graduated from High school. Not afraid ol work. Will do anything. Write Box J Care Courier News. 28xxtt NOTICE OF QUARANTINE The sweet potato plants in the two long beds belonging to R. W. Rigglns and Dr. Robinson. Biythc- ville. after inspection have been fou mi excessively diseased black rot and have been placed under quarantine (short bed not **rfantlned). Sale of plants from said quarantined beds is ited, by order of the state plant board, eflectlTC May 25, 1934. PAUL H. MILLAR. Chief Inspector State Plant Board. 5-30-ck-8-ll FURNITURE LAWN CHAIRS rjmipalnted M.85 painted $2.50 THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. 23-ck-6-25 REPAIRING HOME LOAN—Free estimates on roofs. Dinting and general repairs We can arrange TERMS if desired. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 100. NOTTCE Annual meeting of stockholders ot Blytlicville Cotton Oil Mill will bo held at 10:30 A. M., tuesday, June 12, 1934, at office of W. A. Oage <t Company, Falls Building, Memphis, Tcnn. Among other matters to be considered will be proposed change of By-Law providing for amendments of By-La»s by eliminating thefelrom necessity for notice of proposed change. W. E. Gage, president I. H. Fleming, Assistant Secretary, 8c k6-12 RedHeld, University of Chicago, an aya in Yucatan contains Span- elements which have been Mi- ne tax** of 1^)0.000,000 11 yi':ir In only from the Mayan area. Element sdcrivert from upanlah grated closely with Indian sour- nnd Indian sources, It was point- Ornmt Army of tlic Republic, st •s resulting In ii product In whlrli MSO.OOO.OOO for registration mxl H ciutotr* wa*' found tinder a Sptui- HA flfty-oecond amimil convention Read Courier News Want Ads entirely Spanish mid OUR BOARDING HOUSE rHICK-SKUl-LKD 01'1'OSITION! VIELL.FEtt—7 ^ A PAJT IKI TIMS OC "BOILER IT KINt <SCJT STttD OR LOOKS .'dUT WWW VT TO 'PLODWH" AN' rfs A fcvpsv ON WHEELS/ WILL <=>ET US WMTER, GUARD ? ^ ^ WRONG f? MOUNTAINS VH 60NNA Bt -BLEACHER "FENCE TO CLIME. OVER/ f MAW I STRIKE dOLt) \ COhAE "BACK CUSTOrA-B-UlLT CORPORA^ HH '(IA TW\CE, FAU. OVER / SI'ENCE CAN'T TAKE IT1 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES - t Vlt 9 MO-OOO WASH TUBES — IN OTHER WORDS, KEK!' OUT! *"~~ ^''' "L'6b«s to" '- " ' '' "" -' " MOOT THE R«5L»KY, VOOR BLACK EVE, WE BLONDE THE CALLS, AND THE GUM-TOTING SHMJOWER? KEEN INTEREST, 1 H«VE NO t*S(RE,OR INT6MTIO(^ y TO DISCUSS MY PRIVATE AFFAIRS VJJTH VOU OR . ANYONE' DaI MftXE "V6ELF CLEW?? J SALESMAN SAM GOODBY, NOW! WHO QUITS ou FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I TOLD HIM T. HAD figj WHAT t 7HCXJOHT WAS A CaOCJD AND HE JUST JUMPED ON ME.:.. GEE?,I'LL «/ HE IS! 1VE BEEM TRYINC3 TO VlELP ! CT03H...rM REALLY SURPRISED ME HA3NT HREO VtWJ BY TH!S TIME .' SAID HE WOULDNT TAKt ANYMORE OF My IDEAS AT A DIME A ' DOZEN. THAT ONLY BURHS 7c k«-5

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