The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1936 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 8, 1936
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1930' BLYTJIBV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN you can ...(SET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rule per Une tor re Insertions: jne time [*i Tmo ............ lOo Tt.-o times per line per da ? •• 38c .South rain per line ........ rifle Minimum cnnrtje 63o '"nree times per line p.n da? . <X1« Blx limes per line per (lay ... *.c Acr» ojflered HIT mree or elx Units and stopped bolorc expiration will be charc'Ml for Hie number of limes the ad appeared aud •"Uuslmcnt ol bill made. ii Classified Advertising copy iiilUcd by persons residing outline ol me city must be accompanied by cnsli. Hales may be "illy computed from abovit table. Business Directory Complete course in typing, fhorb- hand, uookcoplni;. Also review shorthand cluss. I'ricex. very reasonable. Mrs. L. M. Burnctte OnII 824 W. Get Hie Ijcncnt of slimmer prices. Fill Up Now My Coul Is Black • But 1 Trc.ul You Whllo LOCAL HAUUNG JOHN HUCHANAN — 1'HONE 107 Mrs.I.J. Daris—Spencer Corscllcrc Call -121-W for appointments Personal i\ 1 1?AM CiET VIGOR AT ONCE! IVI I'jLN. N CW O'itrcx Tonic Tablets contain r<iv: oyster invigorators and other .stimulants. One dose peps up organs, glands. If not delighted, maker refunds few cents paid. Call, write Kirby Hi os. Drug Store. AUTO LOANS Cash' Advanced — Confidential PAYMENTS REDUfiEO No co-signers. Jus; urlng car and registration card along. U. W. MULLINS ;h«iry Bills. I'honc 405 FHICSH KKKU''OOT CRAPPIE a5c I'cr Order Lion 1'cr iis Ki.Sc {iallon HARRY BAILEY'S Hlalc Line At the Ai'cli THIS CURIOUS WORLD B £ William Ferguson Safety Factor Increased For Flying in India " LONDON (Ul')-Hxtenslve livelll-"' Hi's lo improve iivlallon routes in Imlla ale In profiii'ss, repiuts re- ndiome, Larger ni lllrlh ' omc stn(f ""' Bl , Ciilciillu. .where ! a "° ' C tor tin Ing fncllllte New dlrec an Ins lnal " >lf Inadequate. TOWLT Booms SUNDANCE', Wyo. (UP) — Tin number of persons visiting novll'.s Timer Monument, near line, 'have . Invieiisecr'M" piij certt over (lie " b DECORATING Expert, Floor Sanding and Finishing JOHN w. inniTON, llasl Ark ISuildrrs Supply I'lione 20 Eggs, Poultry UABY CHICKS— Blood Tcsled Burred Rocks, While Rorks, H. 1. Reds, White Leghorns, £1 per hundred, Postpaid. FRANKLIN COUNTY HATCHERY, Ullicn, Mo. Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry Jll B. Main .Batteries BETTER BATTERY SERVICE Call J. B. dune iH Tom Jacison's Service Station Lost liEWARD for return of black marc mule, 8 years old. wt. 1050 to 1100 Ills.; black mare nude, 9 j-ears old; wt, 1050 to 1100 Ibs.. lost, strayed • stolen. Notify or telephone Smith Gin Co., Luxora, Ark. O-pk-9 Position Wanted IjTXPERIENCED STENOGRAPI1EK \ and Bookkeeper wants position. Good references. Eleanoi Smi.h, 1315 W. Main. Cail 33o-\V. 13p k2J For Sale Rheinlandcr 3-cloor Porcelain rc- Irigcrator Reasonable?. H. Klcindienst, 107 Sixth. 8-c-k-lr" CiROCERY and trade. Lci'.vlng Courier. Market. Goo< state. Box 10 '!p ANTIQUE soda fountain. Mrs. W B. McMuilin, C2'J W. Main 1-lf Good Used Trucks 1934-VO, Hi ton truck 1S34 Chevrolet l'/j ton truck 1A3 Intcriiational Hi ton truck & trailer 1C35 International 114 ton truck i!c trailer •;• ton International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. Slightly used FACTORY BOA'I and late model Johnson Sea Horse 12 h. ]>. OUTBOAUD MOTOR, pood shape, $100 cash Paul Byrum. a ck-tl FOit SAI.I: 5 room IIO'.ISE, bnth. Large lot, J Across from high nmi grade • '•*<>ol5. Cheapest taxes in lown. •Could be made into apartment E0:> Chickasawb dh tf For Kent FUHNISHED ROOMS, l-'lionc B14J Mrs. Ted Green. 1-nk-l.i For Sent—Furnished Aiisrlmcnt 103 W. Ky., Phone 683, Elva Poe APARTMENT—5 rooms, ball). U class condition. $22,50. Mrs. Ma' Moiiaglian. Phone 4C8 J. 3-c-k-t Furn. Apartment In Shane duple? at 1114 \V. Ash. Call 137 or 571 3-c-k-t 3 and 4 room cool FURNISHED duplex aparlmcnls. Moderate Bess Hall. Phone 280. 27c kt •t room & bath umurnLsricd apart im-nt, 125 W. Kentucky. Ncvvl decorated. Phone 704. P. Simon 25-ck-t J room furnished apartment, COS I'illli SI. Call 142. 24-c-k-t! 4 R o o m Furnished Apartment 1011 W. Ash. Vacant Aug. 1 Call -S45W. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. 22c kt COOT, bedroom.", for permanent trnlislcp'. guests. Fans free Hcss Ha1»'-Bji w TKANTMAM TRANSFER CO. Moving 500 room up. Pianos $1 up. PHONE %4 Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS . LOWEST PRICES THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. 40 Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN UAWN mowers sharpened the Idenl way on the Itienl Mower qrindini! machine. Guaranteed job only''$l. i ••lilyllicrillc Machine Shop Keep Kool With Hunter Electnc rans Hubbard Hdw. Co. and Ship by J. W. 1'AKKEIl TRUCK L Dependable Daily Service, to From Memphis Kcc[i Freight Money at llmne. Call 127 809 W. Ajh St WANTED — ALL KINDS JUNK Scrap Iron, $3 to $5 ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2c lo •! 1 ,io Ib. Copper V/irc, 4c to 5o Ib. Radiators, 4'^c ib. HIDES & FURS WOLF ARIAN PHONE 176 123 E. MAIN Real Estate for Sale: Comer lot E. Kentucky near Park. TERM!;. P. T. lilder f Bell Cnfc, West Memphis, Ark 18-p-k-18 T (J5T~» THAT .SWIM DOWN WHERE THERE: IS LITTLE DAYLIGHT, ARE BUT THE PALE LIGHT AT THAT DEPTH MAKES THEM LOOK GRAY! ARE CLASSIFIED UNDEK. TEN PRINCIPAL TYPES, AND EACH HAS A LAT/f^J A//A/V7£T, BY WHICH IT IS KNOWN, IN f^ ^UPWA'"^ EVERY CIVILIZED . COUNTRY OF THE WORLD. DURING TME: WORU3 WAR, THE ALLIES' ACTUALLV CONSIDERED DROPPINGr' POTATO BEETLES ' ON GERMAN POTATO Fl ELDS. (•'-•nn\ hove revral. , t-'iinsuli'uibU. uttenllon. is lJflni:',. ( l.j'.ii'L 1 !' shrilii aiul extended me- iccretaj'leal eiiiilpmonl, lire being lirCTittid at Kinuelil. ; A nev; laij;,' lianuar Is under ro!!',:rii:-tioi, u i Allnhabud. A UIIKD ntr 't-.uiiin is I<1 te built ,it Hun-. _^_____ ucon. \\liii-ii will bt'i'oine un lui-' ~~ ~ ~~ ' !!r!i'",',' '"'' 7" 1 ?' Al ;lom1ll >y «'courier News claimed Ads new l!iui| :i ir Is iihnosi conmlelrd. \, —• ; __,!__.__ ;i'Improved runways «nd neiV KI.KCTI11O A ACCTVLKNK t.aim< period ' if'yMr ago, ' ' I lo I airdrome lulled ill nil mipoi'tinu I'eiuers nloiu; Empire rouie.s, Miiriidmn runways nto. nni lo he provliled lo nvold mud or uirivihj iiiul ile- I'ny. * 'Joynor, custo;llaii, Americans knew cn!i ;oo well wliat (he ];otato beetle could do lo German potato production. The insect never lasieil a potato .until 1S59. Now it does untold damage lo palnlq erops from ouc end of the country to the other, it, did make iin nppraiMnce in Germany just before (lie war, but, quick work exterminated it. NEXT: -\Vlinl • happens if c:i load liolds its inoulli open? \Vreflifr Service - Oaj Ol'KN AIJ, iSMGHT 1'1111,1,11'S SXItVlCIO CKN'l'KU Phones 777 - (tlo 'J'OU ONE STOP' ; SUUVICE STATION VOUK CONVENIENCE' SINCLAIR GAS AN!) LUIWICATICW WKICCKKK SKHV1CK >ay I'lidiiu i\ij;lil I'lioni) ss v> SSli ', -lUTTI'iiY SKIIVICK -KAII1ATOK UEl'AIK —110IIY WOKK —I'KNDiiK \VQKK -fil.ASS INSTALLED —AUTO I'AH-l'S W. T. BARNETT AUTO SALES Dodge £ Plymouth Dealer W1DING AT HEST. 1'IUCKS I'HOMPT SKIIVICK Barksdale .Mfg, Co, Since tile 'close'bT tlie 1931 \\ season, Drj. :Wert & Wert OITOftJETRISTS Over Jo<i IsanW Store "WK. MAKK 'EM SKK" , i'lione 6W Oct. 1, to July 1, 103G, inoic lliail 10,500 "_ poison';, have visited the to\ver,"Joyner nald. REPAIRING, A Complrt* IJn* of Tube* ipd fwia IfljilKAKI) TIKE * BATTEKT CO. t'HONB VI I'lIONK 10 Now Lucalcil K( 1D1 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU ftON KUtVAKIl'S, Propi-ioUr AU m»kn 01 rtliullt Tjpewrilcrs, Artdlnr Maculae* u>d C»l' cubtors—Kepulrlni;—PnrU-^KIbimni Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Blyth eville Canning Co Blytheville, Ark. ALUOY 00'!' \AWEW? THAT \VAS A CLOSE CALL!\ L.THEM DUMB SOKSf DO t KNOW AMVTHIN& 'BOUT/--—-s ' •'THEIR.FRIENP,/WOULDN'T " OOP ? HAH'/ THE.Y BE ' NOW \VI1AT? ,V,LESSEE- WHEREWUZ 1 IT I GOT OFF'N ALLEVOOP'5 T'RWL? AH, HERE WE AREr— Ry Hiimlin THIS TRAIL V3 GETT1K 1 WARMER ALL TH'TIME' ~ MUST BE GETTINi' CLOSE " 'EM - AN' THEN- SWEET REVENGE-E-Ef •A- \ ROOTS AND HER BUDDIES T. M BEO U S I'AT OFf. HACK NATUUK! LV •- "VU' VTO-5V "V^\N6 'f 'TH\i-i\< ABOUT SOMEVUIM' TO tffi" W A VL^CE TO roil Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rich alluvial cotton & :or» lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE -RENT. Everett 13. Gcc Blymcviiiw. Wanted- TRUCK for IOB hauling on shoil haul. H. II. Hales, 121 W. Cherry. 3-p-k-10 LOGS of all kinds, especially walnut. Highest prices paid delivered. H. H. Hales, 121 W. Cherry. 3-p-k-10 Help Wanted TEACHERS—Many vacancies listed; write us your qunlificalions, enclose suimp. Teanhcis' Exchange. Kansas City, Kane. EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON Wanted: One who has had training with a national fnles organization, with traveling experience preferred. No preference as to age. or whether man or woman but MUST be experienced and understand principles ol salesmanship; willing to follow instructions atxi have a BCXX! handwril- ins. To call on all local residence!,, business houses nnd offices. Can cam $30.00 weekly. No ear required. Will advance $12.00 a week. Steady employment. Apply in own hnnthvTlting 'tatim; experience. P. O. Box 3"9 Blytheville. EPCUN \M90RYM>SV-.-60 OM TV\f\T Tl\ OXiVV DfcRri TVUW& HtlXRO OF .PWOME rl <A)OOO^-- \S V\CNi\G TV\' WASH I.UIAJ BK1.LK HAS A SU1TOK! OH.AiWTTKEV GRAND? AIMTTHEV TOO SWELL FER.WORP&? MR. C. KOLLlg WALLIS SEMT'EM — „ TOME. r^^ : m& S'.-, (' 0 YOU'RE JUST PREJUDICED, OM ACCOLINTER HIS SPATS, SONNV. MR..WALLISI5A FIME GENTLEMAN. WHV, T NEVER SE?N SUCH ELEGANT MANMERS tW By Cram HE7RE, YOU HOLD THE BOSE9 WHIUE I "\ WAIT' RUM OVER.TO THE HORSE TROLJfiH AW'lTHERfo SIT A GABOON FULLER. WATER TO PUT ,/A NOTE 'EM IM.^ ——. y __.— '-—'\ WITH 7H' ( M! v ' M!?. WALLI5 WANTS VOUTO GOTO TH' MOVIES WITH HIM. |% ^ .m^^ fJ« ^ felcX' I'TUCCKT.KS ANO HIS FHIttNDS j OSSIt, FASTEW THAT STc ! UKJE TO THE FLOAT I'M GOIWG ASHORE! IF THERE'S A FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONER IMTH13 TCvYrJ, I'M feOlMG,TD Fi '" HIM! ___/-- ^J^fi^Sfiii) ^''ri'^^^.^r i _—— ^ MR.BR1EXHES IS THE MAM I V/AWT ! T\WO BLOCKS DOA'K'....FIR5r DCCR TO YOUR t RIGHT. 1 ii THK (JAJIC COMMISSIONER! 6^. • — y • - --T—~ •—^ %^3 -<iv •••'••^ itei,^ EH? V/HERE'D You ^ GETTMEM-? WE kiDS BOUGHT A. BOAT FR3M A MAW, AK'D THE PELTS WERE STORED UMDER TOE DECK.' WE BOU3Hr I SOU, .T THE BOAT FRSM) LOOKS TO Kt A MA'J MA WED I AS IF YOU BUCK! WE PAID 'I car ROPED $75 FDR m.Y W CM A FA^C/ EL.T i K«W > SCHEME! i£rs ITS \VORTri ( HA/E A LOOK UOrS MORE. 1 ! AT YOUR CARGO :i^V ILLECEA 1 - PEtTS, ALL BGrfT! FIW^Y. \M3RLD! MESf BREAK LAWS AW KMOCK OVER POOR, HELPLESS SEALS.JUSTT TO DRESS UP THE \VOMEN_ FOLKS// ff*5-T

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