The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1936 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 11, 1936
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TUESDAY, AUGUST ll, 1936 BLVi'HtiVlLLlS, (AUK.) COUU1EK NEWS PAGE FIVE GET WHAT YOU WANT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dalij rale per line for CODMCU- Ive Insertions: //nc time pel ttne 100 Two limes per line per d»f .. >8o Month rate per lino BOo Minimum cnarge 600 itircc times per Hue p>u d«y . Wi Btx times per line per da; .. OUc AOb Qi<J«eO lut tnre« or sis limes and stopped before explra- llun will be charged for the number of times Hie ad appeared »nd -IJuslment ol Ml made. riii Classified Advertising copy Ijbmlttcd by persons residing out- i.lilc o( wo city must be accompanied by oish. Rates may be Molly computed from Bbova table. AavcriisinR ordered for irregular Insertions take the one ttuia rate NU lesponfiiomiy wllr be taken tor morS Ulan one inuorrect III- (ertlon of any classified ad. Business Directory Ship by J. W. rAKKKR TRUCK LINE ncpcniinblc Daily Service to and From Memphis Kerni Freight MonfJ »t Hun" 5 Call 127 809 W. Adi SI. Personal Highest Prkes fjud : For Uwd Funhure Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN Complete course in tvpuiR, shorthand, bookccpine. A!»> review shorthand elass. Prices very reasonable. Mrs. L. M. Bunwttc Call 824 W. EXPERIENCED SALESPERSON Wanted: One who has had traln- .iiig with a national sales orgirn- .laallon, with traveling experience prc/crrcd. No preference as to' .»gc, or whether man or wonmn. but MU.ST be experienced and understand principles of salesmanship; willing to follow Instnic- [lons and huvc a (jood handwrit- jig. To call on all local residences, business houses anil offices. Can earn $30.00 weekly. No car required. Will advance $12,00 a week. Steady employment, Apply! In own handwriting .••tatlng ex-' pcrience. P. O. Box 37C Blj'the- ' Ic. .Derricks Keach Okialionia (fapilol Get the benefit, of summer prices. Fill Up Now My Coal Is Bl»ck nut I 'neat -You White I,OCAI, HAUJJNO JOHN HUCIIANAN—PHONE 101 MrsJ. J.Davis—Spcnetr Corsetkre Call 421-W for appointments GET VIGOR AT ONCE! New Oilrox Tonic Tablets contain riw oyster invie- oralors and other stimiilanUs. One dose peps up organs, glands. If not delighted, maker refunds few cents paid. Call, write Klrby Bros. Dins; Store. AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced—Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No co'-slsners. Just bring car nnd registration curd along. U. W. MULLINS Sudbury l!Iel&. Phone 495 FRESH REBLFOOT CRAPPIE 35c Per Order Lion Gas 16.8c Per Gallon HARRY BAILEY'S At the Arch Slate Line Batteries BETTER BATTERV SEBVIOE Call J. B. Clone ftt Tom Jackson's Service Station Position Wanted EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER and Bookkeeper wants position. Good references. Elcnuoi SmUi, 1315 W. Main. Call 335-W. 13p k2i) For Sale FOR SALE—Stacking sticks and heavy wood—1.00 \vagon_ load I. o. b. plant, Chicago Mill, ll-ck-18 Good Used Trucks ' 1934-VS. Hi Ion truck 1034 Chevrolet lit ton truck 1A3 International 114 ton truck & trailer 1C35 International 114 ton truck & trailer ri ton International Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. ICE COLD WATERMELONS AUKMO ICE PLANT Rlicinlandcr 3-rtoor Porcelain refrigerator Reasonable. M. J Kleindicnsl, 107 Sixth. 8-c-k-li GROCERY and trade. Leaving Courier. Market. Good state. Box 10 4p kll ANTIQUE soda (onntain. Mrs. W. B. McMiillin, G22 W. Main 1-lf Sliglitly "sed FACTORY BOAT and late model Johnson SCR Horffi 12 il. ]). OUTBOARD MOTOR, good shape, $100 cash. Paul Byruru. FOR SALE [i room house, bath. Large lot. Across from high and grade schools. Cheapest taxes in town. Could ue made Into apartment. BOO Chickasawb dh tf ' or Rent By family of 2. large Furnished 'frcnt BEDROOM on W. Walnut Curate Tree. Call 117- lie ktl FURNISHED ROOMS, l-honc 8I4J Mrs. Ted Green. 7-pk-ia For Kent—Furnished Apartment 108 W. Ky., Phone G83, Elvn I'oe 4-p-k-ll APARTMENT-5 rooms, batii. Isl class condition. $22.50. Mrs. Matt MoniiEliiin. Plione 468 J. 3-c-k-t Furn. Apartment In Shane duplex at 1114 W. Ash. call 197 or 511 3-c-k-t 3 and 4 room cool FURNISHED d.u p 1 c x apartments. Bess Hall. Phone 280. Modcrale 27c kt 4 room & bath untnrni.shed apart, luent, 125 W. Kentucky. Newlj decorated. Phone 764. F. Simon 25-ck-t C room furnKlied apartment, GO. Filth St. Call 142. 24-c-k-t 4 Room Furnished Apartment 1011 W. Ash. Vacant Aug. 1 Call 415W. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. 22c kt COOI, bedrooms tor permanent &, transient guests.. Fans free Bess Half- 6)' "' **nln. Panted To 13uy Want to purchale"pmnll steer" office safe, Thomas libnd Co. DECORATING Expert Floor Sanding and Finishing JOHN W. BURTON, East Ark Builders Supply 1'hone -?.9 Blind Veteran Efficient Switchboard Operator LONDON (UP)—Telephone cnlls from all over (he world pass through the Intricate switchboard ol the .London Hospital, the largest voluntary hospital in England, at tlie rate ol about 8W a day. Vet .this vital cog In a hospital j of 750 beds Is controlled by » Mind former .service man, Horace Munnhuj is the num. He was totally blinded while serving with the Sixth city of London Regiment, and was trained as a telephone switchboard operator. He lias bcon at tile London Hospital for 15 year. 1 ;. He never innkes a mistake, nltliotign he handles eight exchange lines nd 37 extensions. lie has mein- rizcd the numbers ,of nil the doc- or.s and hospital •ollicfiils. Afte>- ach toll or trunk call he move? over to a typewriter and types ull details of Ihe call for refcr- nce - • ii TRANTHAM TRANSFER CO. Moving 60o room up. Pianos $1 up. PHONE 064 Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES THE ARRMO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 UVWH mowers sharpened the Ideal way on Hie -jijcal Mower grinding machine. Guaranteed Job only ,S1. Blfthcville Machine Shop Keep Kool With Hunter Electric Fans Hubbard Hdw. Co. WANTED —AM, KINDS JONK Scrap Iron, $3 to »5 ton Aluminum, 10c Ib. Brass, 2c to 4Wo Ib. Copper Wire, 4c to 5c Ib. Radiators. 4Wc ib. HIDES <to PIIRS WOLF AKI*M PHONE 176 128 E. MAIM Real Estate for Sale: Corner lot E. Kentucky near Park. TERM!). F. T. Elder. c Bell Cale, West Memphis, Ark. 18-p-k-18 FOR 6 AT.* Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rich alluvial cotton ft jorn lands. Ally size tract. TERMS LIKE RENT. Blyuicvni*. Everett B. Gee Wanted WANTED: Party In eastern Arkansas to invest $600 in new line ol candy business. .Sure money maker Write or conic to sec mo. W. J Cook, 3376 Powell, Memphis, Tcnn 10-pk-l. Bus. Opportunities Men—to operate route cigarclt and penny stick gum machines l( live wire and can, stand, prot perity It will pay to Investigate proposition. Exclusive territory Small investment. REDCO PROD UCTS CORP., La Crossc, Wis. Eggs, Poultry BABY CHICKS—Blood Tested Barred Rocks, White Rocks, 11 I. Reds, White Leghorns, $7 pc hundred, Postpaid. FRANKLIi\ COUNTY HATCHERY, UilknC Mo Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry Ml E. Main Lost Two white fp«d Herfort - "" American Family Seen Changing for Better NKW OUI.KANS (UP) — Tin! fimiUy Is clintiBltiK (nun u ikini- unit In an indlvidiiiilistlc eronp. ijr. JlnroUl l'l. .Meyer, re lllonal co-ordlinilor for llio Community Oiiianif.nltmi lor Leisure of tin' Works I'rnm'i'ss Admlnls- Mini, 10, In IM -Hi years i UKfAll, Cal. (Ul')-Jolin Me- 1 ' Cniin. iiuvMi'd here with various! iilliisos, objected to llimiT print-j Iny an the (irouncis liv didn't liko to set Ills lingers dirty, When a Mimdcy lliiBcrpiiut wus lukun nmi I scut lu Iho stale nillcc tin cam- Luck Hint of Ills 70 ycurs In Jail, Unit Ills! criminal record Oiilcd from I81HX 'ration, told mnnlu-rs of a iwrra-1 ""i 1 llult llc lm<1 sin ' wi1 ll " 10 '" tlonnl plniinliiK cunloiviire here •«'»<>"» iinil San Qiuintln prisons "Vurlmis factors in modnii dv- ll> ^"f" 1 " 1 "' Ill'/jitlon are milking mch ini'in-1 "~ ol tin' rmiiily Kiildo his own Culifornln'.s chint. redwood lre?s responslblltltc.s," Dr. Meyer .snlil, (li'licml upon foy for fiiolr mols- ••niul Ilils I'volnllon Is (or a Iwl-1 lm>e ' -Tuday, nlllmiiKli llio fniuHy 1-s, AMI? ii Imli, II is composed of Individ-1 V/HIj mils. Children lire lespniiflljli-. nut only lo (heir pnivnls, Init i.o Ilic wlioli- crimniunlly. Tli,' pn- ri'iilti, In inrii, an> ros|icinsll)li; to I In 1 .sovereignty of [he wlmli! slut i 1 ." Courier News Cln&slilctl Ada i>ay. IVrcfkcr Service - Oas 01'UN AU, NIGHT I'HIl.LIf'.S SKKVlCI! CKNTKK Pliones 717 - 810 Nurtisls Ruled Oll( of Berliy VALLEJO, Cnl, (UP)—Officials of Ihe Iwo day BBSS Derby have rejected tlie request of the Santa Clara Nudist group to compete n the Derby. "We worldn't even et Tanya of the -San Dlcgo Exposition compete, even ir she wanted iwer. to," was the offlclnl an- ..«Mi9» The minch of the oil ricncks BOC;> on in Oklahoma City. Several of them, as pictured above, are bprinyiny up on s(aU'-0'\'ned prij«j- prty sm-ronnding (lie capllol, liitesl step in tlie' long coiurnvoisy between city nnd state. Anxious lo prmT\'c the beauty of its cr.pitol grounds. Ihc city lind forbidden such drilling, though private operators were permitted to drill nearby. Maintaining that the ;itatc should have the benefit of uil it owns, and that uniiipmilr. 1 ; opcratinK adjoining \vell.s miylit drain slule pools by <lrlllinj; at. an iyigle, slate ollkluls have fonjjlil for tins right to sink wells on this properly. The U. S. DL'|);u'lmciH of Agi'l- cuUiirc li»s (Jevclopccl an ":i]>arl- mcnt house" for bets. It hns tlncc rJurics. ALLMY'OOl* Jii'itLsh niiUluvy Icaclicrs arc (luinonsLrnllnu lulHtary nmiipuvcrs to .studcnl.s by inean.s of a niCHlcl n i my containing 1000 pieces. LIGHTS OUT KOll T11K CAKD1KI' 1 CIANT! EI.KCTItUl & ACK'IYI.KNI! ' WELDING AT HE8T 1'llICIiS PllOMl'T SKHVICli Barksdaie Mfg. Co. PI1ONH 10 RADIO REPAIRING A I'nmplrli f.lni- of Tultfl and I'arti 'HUBRARD T1KB A MATTUIV CO. TIIONE 471 SKKVKJK STATION I'OH VODK CUNVKKIENCF. 1 SINCLAIR GAS AND LUmtKJATION WKIOCKICK .SIWVICH Diiyl'linne JS'iKliI Vlionu •SSS 88(i — UAT'J'UKV SfvKVICK —IIAD1ATOK ItKl'AW — I1ODV \VOKK Drs. Wert & Wert OITOMKTHISTS Over Joo Isancs' Slort "WE 'MAKE 'EM Stf Phone 540 • LOW PRICES Make Fine Values JCvt'i'y oiio of Ilit'KC furs arc uriccd low i'ii(iiij;li (o represent (iomiino Jiiii'Kiiins. See Tlii'm nnd Try Them Out Toihiy! 111:1:1 (!iii;vuoi.i:'i' COACH. Ulaclt Color, liiilloun Tirvs. Looks nmi Ituns (iond. Duly 52C3 ia:ia citKVKOJ.r.T COACH 5225 IBM r<)ltJ> TIJDOIl $315 SIMIAN. 1930 OA K I, A N II A Ural liny . § 79 —GLASS INSTAU.UIt —AUTO 1'AIiTS W. T. BARNETT AUTO SALES Plymouth Dealer HIM i'(jui) ci.»si;i> CAB riCK-lli 1 THIICK ....J390 iu:« t;m;vi;ou;T i>.d TON 'JliUCIC ............... JIUS Ulieral Trade ;wd Terms Tl)inui;li Hie (ii'iienil Motors Instalment IMiin.. TOM LITTLE E 1'IIONK Now Ixicaleri at lul Norlli Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON Kl)WAUI>y, 1'roprlolor All rttaktu 01 reliullt TyjicM rlters, Adding MacnJtici «"4 Calculator*— Itcpalrlni;—1'arts—llHibona tty Uiiinlin COWS. Liberal .reward.- "c." -H Whistle. Chicago -Mill farrn;"lO-k i i4 OH-YOU, EH 7 SO VOIJ MUGS DUMB A 5 i THOUGHTCMA WERE,' HAH! WELL, AT LEAST, MY VICTIMS TO-BE WON'T GET AWAY IM A HURRY — BUT, REPTILES WILL LEAVE - BUT, MOT NO.SIR.'OL'MJR'S COMMA BE RIGHT HERE.' ENOUGH'. TJ3QAB Ol W.IQ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES S0-()00 HUNCKV! WOT I WEKVW WP>VKEO O? HvO VttT '. Boy "I. I'M OF \_UCW,TO , f" . J LOMGER. MUCH DW^'RtMCt'. tUt A ViOUVOW'T WASH TURBS (;OINC; SISSY! AND BV THE WAV, GIRLIE, i WANT ALL THE FACE PA'NT, HATS, AMD A SET OP THEM PlWK WOT COSTS THE MO5T? I GOT A DATE F£RA MOVIE, AM'I WANTER LOOK ME BEST? THERE! 1 tOOK LIKE A GOL DUR,M LAPV, ALL &UT THE HAf. ) AlN'.T VE GOT SUMPlN' \WTH A LOTTEp. OSTRICH PLlSX\ES? OH, THIS I? - HUMPH: Hi !E REG'LAR SONNET. IT'S A SIGHT BErTER'M THAT DINKY PIE PLATE. T. l.'lREfi.'U. S. PAT.'ofF. FRECKLES AND IIIS FRIENDS LAID PLANS! IN THAT CASE:, THIS V/OULD BE THE LOGICAL PLACE ID BOARD THIS BOAT....RIGHT UWDER THAT BRIDGET, V/HERE THE RIVER IS MARROW! IF THOSE MEW GAVE LJP CHASWG Y3U IM PR08- AtBLY TOOK UP THE CHASE: i u A CAR.' IT'S GETTING DARK ' I'LL (%P.K MVSELF IM THAT COMPARTMENT, AMD INSTEAD OP SEAL PELTS, WELL GO (AMD SPOfLTHE V/HOLE ASHORE, Pl-AW! jp SCOULD SHUT ^bUR WE SEET /MOUTH HALF-WAY, 'EM. WE'LL YELL ' /SW LL HAVE ESJOUGH FT OVER TO PLAY A ^- x "'"~ > ^- --* HARMOMICA! t-t/SELF!' KIDS HURT! THEY'LL FIIJD

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