The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1936 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 8, 1936
Page 9
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SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1930 . ULYTHBVILLE, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS PACK SEVEN llou fg/i GET from the WANT-ADlMH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION rme per line for COOB«CU- Jve Insertions: /me time pel- Una 10o TKO times per line pe' day •• 58c Mouth rate per line rtOc .v.liilniuin cn»rije Ko luce limes per line p.n day . Mi Elx times per line per (to; ... Ow; 3s. oideieo- lor tnree or sin Inu's mid stopped bclore explra- lon will be chore 1 !*! for the number o! times the ad appeared and -<Justment of 1)111 made. An Classmen Advertising copy binltte'l by persons residing out-i<le ot tne city must bo uccom- Icd by cash. Kales may be ««iily computed from obnvn t»ble. Business Directory complete course In typing, shorthand. bookL-cplng. Also review shortluind class. Prices, very reasonable. Mrs. L. M. Bumctte Call 824 W. Get tlic uencnt of summer prices. Fill Up Now My Coal Is Black Dill I Trent You Willie I.OCAI, HAULING JOHN miciiANAN —riioxK- w Sirs J. J. Davis—Sui'm'tir Corsclicre Call 421-W for appointments Personal MI? ATI GET VIGOR AT ONCE! ll 1 I'jLN . New O-itrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invig- oralors and other stimulants. One dose peps up uryans. elands. If not delighted, maker refunds few cents paid. Call, write Klrby Bros. Ui'tig Store. AUTO LOANS Cash' Advanced —Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No cc.-Mijiiers. Just wing car and registration can! along. U. W. MULLINS •JNiry Biilg. I'lione 4'J5 Eggs, Poultry JiABY CHICKS—Blood Te-sleO Barred Rocks, White Roc-ks, B. I. Reds, White Leghorns, ?7 per hundred, Poslpnid. FRANKLIN COUNTY HATCHERY, Union, Mo. FUKS1I ItKKLFOOT CRAPPIE 1'cr Order Lion (i;is Ki.Sc IVf (iallon HARRY BAILEY'S Slide Line At the Arch THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson Safety Factor Increased For FlyillS* 111 Illt!ia "'rdrome. l.i\rner quurtiTs for 111.' LONDON (UlM-Exienslvc fnclll.! 11 ' 1 '' 1 ™", 10 ,f nff ''"' Mint urovUU-il " in improve aviation routes in "L^A Ull '',..^ «» Insert Devil's Towr Ilooms SUNDANCE, Wyo. (UP) _ iiumUcr of persons visiting iw Tower Monument, near litre, " Imila are in re mi U r ' ' u ' lmnc ot «''•'Irnflle makes exist- Incivnsod 1 'M ' 'licVceiU o\ci til ceiu'il luw len-ii ' ' I'"B facilities inadequate. : • i^Hta.prt'lod H''a«o, iiccordlir ,1V I I t I, 1 I ,l|, I . 1 , . . .lname nllrtillon h bchii; | 0 ni 1; l,t HyliiK bqt Ipmct, .[ ? " ?" s i;llt " B sheds and extended ine- iccri'iiiiilcal e[|iil|iment lire uelns 1'icvulcd [it Karachi. ,A^urv.' larn« hiinijiir Is under con-inii-tioi; in Allahab'.id. A laifji? «ir -UaUon Is Irt be Ijinll at Hnn- Cfdii, which win bccciini' an lin-' ' ' lo Wli:ol ' s is wireless I lo Newell p. -Joyner. ciisloitlun Since the close'of the 10M season lo " B airdrome -' u tt)1 Em|lll '° , rallies. Mivcndum runway* nlfo uro '° Wldcd to itvotct 'mud or MOST "T f J3"Ht THAT,SWIM DOWN I WHERE THERE IS LITTLE {DAYLIGHT, ARE BUT THE PALE LIGHT AT THAT DEPTH MA!<jbi THEYA LOOK GRAy ' 1 A , 1 !lom ; m V l « Courier News Oln.^ltlwl Ads i>«y. most competed. :. — . - __ __ " ___ :. _ _ ' and Kl.KOTHIC * ARE CLASSIFIED UNDER T£N PK/NC/PAL TYPES, AND EACH HAS A WHICH IT IS KNOWN IN E.VERV CIVILIZED COUNTRY Ol- THE WORLD. DECOHATINCi Expert, Floor Sanding and Finish!UK JOHN \V. BIJKTON, Easl Ark 'Uullilt'i-s Sujiii Phone 2!) THANTHAM TRANSPKR CO. Moving 50c room up. Pianos $1 up. 1'HONE 064 Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry 111 E. Main Hatteiies BETTER BATTERY SERVICE Call J. B. Gune At Tom Jackson's Service Station Lost REWARD for return of black marc mule, 8 years old, wt. 1050 to 1100 Ibs.; black marc mule, 9 years old; wt, lOoO to 1100 Ibs., lost, strayed or stolen. Notify or telephone smith Gin Co., Luxora, Ark. G-pk-9 J osition "Wanted EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHEK and Bookkeeper wants position. Good references. Eleuniji SmUh, 1315 W. Main. Cail 335-W. 13p k2J For Sale Rhcinlandcr :i-door Porcelain refrigerator Reasonable. H. J Kleindicnst, 107 Sixth. 8-c-k-lr GROCERY and Market. Gooc trade. Leaving slate. Box 10 Courier. 4p kll ANTIQUE MHla fountain. Mrs. W B. McMullin, C2'2 W. Main l-:f Good Used Trucks 1034-V8. 1 ',= ton truck 1934 Chevrolet Hi ton truck 1A3 International 151 ton truck & trailer 1C35 International Hi ton truck & trailer :/. ton International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. Slightly used FACTORY BOAT Johnson Sea OUTBOARD and late model Horse 12 h. p. MOTOR, good shape, $100 cash, Paul BynuK. rou HAI.E 5 room ho'.ia;, bath. Large lot J Across from high nnd grade Jl'chools. Cheapest taxes in town f I'.'oulrt lie made into apartment t to:i Cluckasaw'o dh II For Kent FURNISHED ROOMS. l ! honc OHJ Mrs. Ted Green. For Rent—Furnished Apartment 103 W. Ky., Phone C83, Eiva Poe 4-p-k-ll APARTMENT—5 rooms, batii. is class condition. S22.50. Mrs. Ma'. Monaghan. Phone 458 J. 3-c-k-t Furn. Apartment in Shane duplex at 1IH W. Ash. Call 1!)7 or ft7l 3-c-k-t 3 and 4 room cool FURNISHED duplex apartments. Moderate Bess Hall. Plione 280. 27c kt 4 loom & hath uniurnlshcd apartment. 123 W. Kentucky. Newly decorated. Photic 701 F. Simon 25-ck-t >! room furnished apartment, G05 Fifth St. Call 142. 24-c-k-t •! H. oo in Furnished Apartment inn W. Ash. Vacant Aug. 1 Call 445W. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. 22c kt COOL bedrooms for iwrmnnent, _ transient guests. Fans free ' Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS . LOWEST PRICES THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. 1MIONE -10 Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN iiAWN mowers sharpened the Ideiil wny on the Ideal Movrcr grinding niacliine. Guaranteed job only ••'$!. - ••liljllicvillc Machine Shop Keep Koo! With Hunter Elcclric Fans Hubbard Hdw. Co. Sliip by J. W. I'AKKKIL TRUCK LINE Ocpcndablc Daily Bcrvl:c. to and From Memphis Keep Freight Money :it I[*)iue Call 127 800 W. A.ih St. WANTED — AM. KINDS JUNK Scrap Iron, S3 to 55 ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2c lo 4Hc It). Copper Wire, 4c to 5c Ib. Radiators, 4Vic ib. HIDES &- FURS WOLF ARIAN PHONE 176 128 E. MAIN Keal instate for Sale: Comer lot E. Kentucky near Park. TERMS. F. T. Kldcr TJ Bel! Cafe, West Memphis, Ark 18-p-k-18 FOR SAMf Several thousand acrc.s poutheas Miwonri rich alluvial cotton & :orn lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE -KENT. Everett 1!. Gee Blyincvit!*. Wanted' TRUCK for IOB haulinE on shoi haul. H. H. Hales. 121 W. Cherry 3-p-k-H of all kinds, especially walnut. Highest prices paid deliver cd. II. II. Hales, 121 W. Chcrrj Help Wanted TEACHERS—Many vacancies list cd; write us your qualifications enclose stamp. Tcacliers' Ex change. Kansas City, Kane. EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON Wanted: One who has hart train Ing with a national sales organ izatlon, with traveling cxperienci preferred. No preference as I ace, or whether man or \vomar but MUST be experienced anc understand principles of salesman ship; willing to follow instnic lions and have a Rood hnnrUvrit jug. To call on all local residences business houses nnd offices. Cai cam $30.00 weekly. No car re (juircd. Will advance $12.00 : week. Steufiy employment. Appl In own handwriting --Utlni; ex pmence. P. o. Box 373 Blytheville. WORLO WAR, THE ALLIES' ACTUALLY CONSIDERED DROPPING' POTATO BEETLES • ON GERMAN POTATO FIELDS. PUJ6 SV HCA StfiYlCI. IXC. fl-7 \mcricans knew cnlj ;oo well what the potato beetle coulii do to Octman potato production. The insect never tasicil a potato -until 1850.. Now it docs untold damage- to potato ctcps from one end of the country to the other. It did make an apiicarance in Germany just Ijctore the \var, but (|Uick work ex(crmin;iU-d it. NEXT: Wrcekfr Srrvlco - Gas Ol'KN.'Al'X iS'lGUT SKIIVICM CICN'l'EU i'liones 777 - sio. SKUVJCB STATION •fOU l-OUll CONVKNIKNCE' SINCLAIR GAS AND LUIilUCATION . ^'ItKCKKU SKKVICK •l>ii.v I'luinc Nifilil » 836 -liATTHKV SKBVICK -ItADIATOlI IcKl'AlK -II011V ^'OllK —riiXlIKH \V01tK -OI.ASS IN.STALIJiU -AUTO I'AUTS W, T. BARfiEH AUTO SALES WELDING AT.BEST PHICES raoMi'r sKuvicu Barksdalc Mfg. Co, Drs. Wert & Wert OITOMETRIRTS Over Joe Lsnncs' Store "\VE MAKK.'KM SEK" 1'lione 'oW Ocl 1, to Ji-ly i, 1535, moie than 10500 pcijoiw 'imvo vlsltcj the lower, 'Joyner said. RADIO REPAIRING, A CompIcU Lliw af Tub«t «pd TIRE A BATTEEY I'HONB n PHONM 19 Mow IxKDled >t 1<!1 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON Kl>WAIli>S, i'ropdolw All. makn'oi retiiillt Tyjiewritcrs, AiWdif Macnlur* ud CU" culator»— Hepalrlni:—1'artn—llfbbon* Now Contracting Fall Acreage Beans See Blytheville Canning Co. Blytheville, Ark. WHEW HHAT WAS A CLOSE THEM DUMB SOKSf DO I KNOW AMVTHIN& 'BOUT/-"-—— THEIR FRIENP, /WOULDN'T HAHf. SURPRISEP MUCH NOW, LESSEE - WHERE WU IT I SOT OFF'M ALLEVOOP TRAIL? AH, HERE WE AKEr THIS TRAIL IS GETT1N' WARMER ALL TH 1 TIME.'' I MUST BE GETTlhi 1 CLOSE * 'EM - AN' THEN- SWEET REVEMGE-E-Ef '. l93liHY)ltj>SCV|Ci:,INC:. T M REO U S PAT Off BOOTS AND HER DUD1MES OM,A«JT THEV GRAWO? AIMT THEV JUSr/ HUMPH? VOU BETV£k ; TOO SWELL FEPUVOS.DS? MR. C. KOLLIS / KSEP AM EV6 ON '[HA WALUS "SENT'EM , v ^-_ ^ ^A BIRO, LULU PELLE. Kt ACTS AII6KTY X^SUSPICIOUS^^i r r^T'i i :^ jra-.i<-,\ ;j!«a»-Mf ^H®l l;:i ^^^ S'OU'RE JUST PP-EJDDICEP. ON ACCOUMTER. HIS SRXTS 5ONNV. MR-.WALLIS: IS A HNE -1 NEVER 5SFM SUCH ELEGANT MANNERS IN E LIFE. HERE, YOU HOLD THE B«5E6 WHILE I \ WAIT' RUM OVER TO THE HORSE TKOUOH AjM'lTl-IERE'i GIT A GABOON FULLER. WATER7O PUT ./A MOTE EM IM. ( MR. IVALLIS WANTS VOU TO GO TO \' v TH' MnVP(=c: iviTH HIM. ''»KCKI,KS AND HIS FRIENDS fossiE, FASTEW THAT STEP.KI ! LlKJE TO THE FLOAT I'M ' GOISIG ASHORE! IF THERE'S A FISH AMD GAME COMMISSIONER IM THIS TDSVJJ, I'M fcOlNG,TD FIUD MR. BRIDGES IS THE f|j MAN >fcu v/Awr! TWO ) BLOCKS DON'.W....FIRST ) DOOR TD YOLJR . COMJMSSIONEU! EH ? WHERE'D .,- GETTMEM? WE kiDS BOUGHT A BOAT FROM A r/AVJ, AWD THE PELTS WERE STORED UMDER TWE DECK.' WE BOUCHT ( sou, rr THE BOAT FPCM) LCCk? T> KE A MA>J SJAKHD V. AS IF YOU BUCK! V,E PAIDu GOT' ROPED $75 FDR -rr...' WOKIARWO/ BUT i KWOW } SCHEME! LETS ITS VvOPfTH ( H>VE A LCCK LOTS MORE .'{ AT YOLSR v ILLEGAL R FLMMY, \MDRLD! MEM' BREAK LAWS AVi' KNOCK OVER roca, HELPLESS' SEALS, JUST TO DRESS UP THE' , . FOLKS/.' ./"> ^

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