The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1936 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 17, 1936
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AY, AUGUST 17, IMS BlATIlRYllXE (AUK.) COUKIICU NKWS frAGE m/i GET WHAT YOU WANT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: 08c COc Business Directory Eggs, Poultry One time jjer line Two times per linn |Mr day Month rate per line Minimum c'nargc 50o Three llmc.s per lino \xr (lay . . OGc Sis limes per lino per day ---- 05c Cards of Thanks ....... 50c & 15c Ads ordered (or three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the art appeared and adjustment, of I bill made. All classified Advertising copy .submitted by persons residing outside of the city must bo accdin- panlcii by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. •Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions take the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Keep Kool With Hunter Electric Fans Hubbard Hdw. Co. Highest Prices Paid For Used Furnhure Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. MAIN Ship by J. W. FARKKK TRUCK UNE Dependable Dally Service to and Prom Memphis Keep Freight Money at Hume Call 127 80S .W. A-ih St. Complete course ill typing, shorfc- Jiaml. bookccplng. Also review shorthand class, Prices very reasonable. Mrs. L. M. Bmncttu Call 824 W. Used Car Bargains 1931 CHE VROMiT C O A C II. Exceptionally Clean, Low Mileage $31a 183-1 I> E MIX K FORD SEDAN ?325 Get the benefit of summer prices. Till Up Now My Coal Is Black But I Treat You Wlilte IXJCAi, HAULING O11N BUCHANAN —PHONB 107 1930 [•OR]) I'aint COACH. New $150 1S3G 1'ONTIAC SEDAN. Used 3 Months As Demonstrator. UliEKAL DISCOUNT! Lee Motor Sales Inc. Male Instruction MEN WANTED to train for positions in the Refrigeration ind Air conditioning field. Write Box "A" Courier News..- . 15-p-k-19 For Sale Practically new silicic liospilal bed- Reasonable. Call 98. 15ck2a Newly decorated 3 room Apartment, C20 Walnut. Reasonable Call 5. He. k20 Weslingh'oitsc •Automatic Elcctrii range; electric water heater Reasonable. Call 317. FOR SALE—Stacking slicks and heavy wood -1.00 wagon load I o. b. plant, Chicay.0 Mill, ll-ck-18 Good Used Trucks 1034-V8, IVS ton truck 1934 Chevrolet l',£ ton track 1A3 International I'.-l ton truck • & trailer IC35 International l\'i ton truck & trailer 'A ton Internutional Pick Up TERMS Delta Implements, Inc. ANTIQUF, soda founUiin. Mrs. W B. McMullin, G22 W. Main 1-t J'OR SAI.H D room housp, bath. Largo lot Across from high and grad 1 schools. Cheapest taxes in town Could be made into apartment 809 chickasawb dh t: For Kent FURNISUh'O APAIITMENT, Dougan. Mrs. A. A. Allen. 17c kt 3 room furnished apt., enrage free Cheap. Mrs. Henley. Gall 335\V 15-ck-2: Modern 5 room apartment, nrcolii heat. Reasonable rent. J. \v Shouse. 13-ck-t X liy family of 2. large Furnislic "front BEDROOM on W. Walnut Garage free. Cull 117. lie kl :''• FURNISHED ROOMS. I'hone 814^ Mrs. Ted Green. 7-pk-l BABY CUICKS-Blood Tested | Burred Roeks, While Hocks, II | I. Reds, While I.eghoriLs, 5,7 per Inilldrcd, Postpaid. FRANKLIN COUNTY HATCHERY, Union, Mo. Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & Poultry Ml E. Main Personal AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced—Confidential . PAYMENTS REDUCED No co-signers. Just bring car and registration card aloni;. U. W. MULLINS Sudbury lililp. IMionc 4W MEN! OE1'VIGOR AT ONCE! ew Oil rex Tonic Tablets contain riw oyster Invlg- orators nnd other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, glands. If not delighted, maker refunds few cents paid/Call, write Klrb.v Bros. Drug Store. MrsJ, J. Davis-^Spchcer Corsctlere Call 421 -W for appointments FRESII REELFOOT CRAPPiE 35c Per Order Uon Gas Iti.Sc i'er Gallon HARRYBAILEY'S At the Arch Slate Lino l DECORATING Expert Floor Sanding and Finishing ' JOHN W.- BtlKTON, • v • ••' East Ark 'Builders Supply^ r'hon'c 29 TRANTHAlvl TRANSFER CO. Moving 50c room up- Pianos $1 up. PHONE 964 Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES THE ARRMO LUMBER CO. Salesmen W anted OPPORTUNITY iood crops and prices assure Watkins Dealers In rural sections big uoney t'nls fall. Opening now in N. Mississippi comity for reliable nan with car who ean furnish references. Write Sales Manager Keen?. % The J. II. Watkins .'Com- 'auy. Memphis, Tenn. IN THE CHANCERY COOIIT FOR THE C11ICK.ASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. Home Owners Loan Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. No. D23i Mattie Mac Knight, el nl., Dc- (etKiimUi. WARNINO OllDKK Maltic Mae Knight and H. 0. Knlghl, defeiKiants herein, arc warned to. appear in this court (Continued From 1'asc 1) rmvhcd lli-Uis to his bnrnyai-i I!c was a |:ill wiry man, with line. Imwn eyes tlml Imcl a look of iiller dcsjuir in ihem. "1 own 1PI) aciv.s here, and they arc nil paid lor." he told me. "I've i-ct over 3(10 tu-ies In Brain I Ills yoar, and II! not get a buslwl of onl.s or Ixirlev or corn, and cut cf l'M iirix-s of wheat 1 hope I ran gel Mn Ijuslu-ls of seed «rain fr,r ne:u year. If \vt- don't have rain prelly .soon 1 won't even »et thai. My pa^Utrps are burned out, but l may have cnci'sh liay anil straw from last yenv lo cany ihniHsh this liltlo Iralch of cauie. I cnlU • i;evc;n steers last week for $245. That'll be my tclnl income from my 480 ai-res of land and my year worl:." I slov.-ly siviui'j tile ticn around to politics, mind lollln' ynu I'm veto for Roo.Sf^'rlt "I'd ray most ol nrcund here will Ihinrc. We think about everything lie could us, Politicians been promising to do thing for the farmers ever since 1 1 can remember, but, Roosevelt really tiom: somellilng for us... We'll vote for 1-emko for conf:rc.ssman but not for president." Where I.cinkc .Scores l-rcm n score of ililfcrent lips ." lie my do he lie convcrai- "I don't going; to went on. netehbors HIP. same done just for within thirty days and answer ihe complaint of Ihc pluintilT. WITNESS my hand as Clcr.i of said Court and (bo seal thereof this 1st day of August, isaii. <Bcal) 'II. M. CRAIG. Clerk. By Ellzaljclli Roddy, D. O. 3-10-17-VM Iwavd substnntlnlly (lit; Mine ns; tliey'i! vole for Roosevelt for president, and u-nike for con- liivsMiian. Only one farnicr v-hnu I talked ( O wns going to veil- lor l.andon--:uul lie mltl- ed that lie rccuKiilzed tliat llooss- vell had done 11 good deal for the farmer but he didn't like thn w;iy money was being spent iind relief Innidloil. A hundred miles or so lo the we.simrd In I lie sections of lh« l'' ivlu-ri 1 the failure bus Ix-eu I'uiiiplet!-. and debt has Ijlanheicil vvliolii communities, (here Is considerable sentiment fur Umfci> for pieKldent. Kiinmi Side o'f 'I'raunly l''vi:ii lo :in itinerant nbservi-r tin 1 trite trunedy of a wldcs'pcead droulji soon shifts from mined Meld:; lo ruined nien nnd women. At Farjjo. Uoan II. L. Walstfr. of the North Unkolii AK'Icitllimil ci:lli-gc and one of (lie wlsrst and niosi, liniiglnntifi: aurieiillimil Inuliif; In this country, painted a part of Hie pathetic picture for me. "Twmly-ih'e per cent of (h? Ini.d in fni-ins in (liis whole stale >li<;n!d never hnvi' had u foot of Ilii-ir tirass turned over." lie ex- lilniiied. "A hundred thousand of our people here are living in ccuiitry (hat was never meant fcr farming. Wind unit water crc^imi iiiul {irouth. have beaten Iliem down until today they PIT- die victims of human erosion. Wind anil water erosion arc social r.rcblcins, and until America Is rcndy to pay funnels enough lo enable them to' keep llu-ir farms free from erosion, the whole future of the race Is endangered." t)c:iii Wnlsler caught his breath iinct then went on; "U Is easy ciioujh lo talk about movlns people olf tlie Innd, bul there can be no general rctrcut from any larpe -section. People nr< I'arlh-ljounii—their rotils go deep down into the .soil. ' We have to co-opeiate with cllmale, not fight it. Wo have to learn lo gel along with nature.. .Then there is the terrific problem of debt It's a dead load around :tho necks people Incubus with tentacles Unit reach Into future generations. In this one slnle our farmers owe Ihu federul government almost S'25U,- COO.COO, and we'll have lo have scinewluTO between $50,000,000 nnd $100,000,000 more poured in Ibis yoar, "Every man, woman nnd child of our OSO.eoo imputation will owe around . $400 to Hie government alone. Five years of dioiith and (he accumulative effects of erosion have been Ihe cause nf most of Ihls. It's tlio reason for our radical leanings. The WONDERFUL --8 Vnlui's \\V Oilier l,uli> radiciuism. of the prairies Is bred from' lhe prairies," TOMOHKOW: I'ra/.k'r 11 mil "III It'll u'liy Mliiiirsotii Is itimM- fill !>ul Wisconsin Is for Koosi;- vi-H. We me utliig and dcstiosms our forests foui urn! a half times faster than they can be replenished. OT rsi! An- vt' Kvcr ili'l Cars. Tiaili'. lln- lies! ODTm-il, See '35 !•' 0 II 1) V-S HtiH'h Color, l.uw Mtlracr. Ni-ir. Only . T 111) () 1A. Mnli.r A-1. Tires Like ! I [•' () It, I) A Ill-ill V-H liny COACH. Only 52 32 CliiTIWUiT COACH .. ?• '30 VONTIAC SI-:i)AN. Sin-Hill S —TRUCKS— ClIlvVHOIiin 1 1(5 TO'.V TlUIck. New Tires, Only §:!!!.' T 0 J-J •35 OW:VKOU:T TltUCK ... '32' TllUCK ... SIM EXPERIENCED SALESMAN U'miicc;: vim w:>o nr.s nun iram- liilj with a national sales organ-! l/ailon, will] tmvi'llni; experience! preferred. No preference us to aw, or whether man or woman bul MUST lie experienced mid mdcTstaml principles o[ snlcsiimn Jilp; wllllnij to follow Instrnc- lons nnd hnv'u n tjoud hnmUvrlt- ni;. To call on nil local resldeiwt.s, lness houses und offices. Can earn $30,00 weekly. No car required. Will advance srj.oo n week. Steady cmploym n nt. Apply In own handwriting ••tutltii! experience, p. o. liox :m uiytlie- vllle. FOR SALE We have on hand now and ready for delivery new crop of Alfalfa Scrd for retail or lo dealers. If interested see us. LR. Matthews Gin Co. Coltoii, fol'lun Si'i'il and Coal Tel. 1511-3 Yaibro, Ark. RADIO REPAIRING* A Complete Line at TufKS »hd l'«rt« HURBARD TlltE A BATl'rnY CO. I'flONE 4'I ONE STOP SKI?VICE STATION •FOIl VOUIt CONVENIENCE' SINCLAIR GAS AND LUBRICATION WKHCKKK SKKVIC15 Day Phone Night I'Jionc SS8 SSB -HATirnv siimcF -HAniATOR ItKi'AlK —no in- woitk —n NIH K \VOKK -C,l,\SJ, INSTAUI.U —AUTO J'AUTS W, T. BARNETT Dodge Dealer Easy G. SI. A. C. Terms TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. I'HONE 033 Now Located at 101 North fcctomi ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU »ON EmVAItDK, ITujirlctur *1I m«kra at rebuilt Typewriters, Adding MiunhiM tuit Cml- culalors— Repairing— 1'arts— Itlbbohi Hiiniiin PHONE 40 WANTEH — aw, KINI>S $5 lo $0 Per Ton - Aluminum, 10c ib. ' Brass,. 2c to 4'/4c Ib. Copper Wire, <c to 5c Ib. Eadlators, 4'4c Ib. HIDES & FUBS WOLF ARIAN PHONE 170 128 E. MAIN Real listate Tor Rent—Furnished Apartment. 108 W. Ky., Phone 683, Elva 1'oe 4-p-k-ll APARTMENT—5 rooms, bath. 1st class condition. $22.50. Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Phone 468 J. 3-c-k-tf Furn. Apartment in Shane duplex at 1114 W, Ash. Call 197 or 571. 3-c-k-tf 4 room fc bath nniurnlshed apartment. 125 W. Kentucky. Newly decorated. Phone 7C4. p.* Simon. 25-ck-tf tf mom furnished apartment, 605 Fifth St. Call 142. 2-1-c-k-tf 4 li o o m Fiirntshcd Apartment, 1011. W. Ash. Vacant Aug. I. Call 415W. Mrs. M. O. Goodwin. 22c kl.f I'ositum Wanted JOU WANTED by ambitious, en- erRclic jouni; man. 19 years old. References furnished, Jackson Rogers, 101 E. Kentucky. 13pkl7 )D STKNOGRAP51EK anrl Bookkeeper wants position. Good references. Elear.oi SmUh, 1315 W. Main. Cail 335-W. 13p k2i Look This List Over! If AC'IIKS—Black sandy loam, li miles Blythcville. I mile from gravel- road. G,c-od improvements. Price -$3,150. icfms like rent. 10 ACKKS—Rich-bl.Scli.liind. Good house and barn. 4 T >j nn'les Bly- tlicvillc. l'/i rriilc gravel road. Price $2,350. S250 down will clnsc deal. ^n ACRES—Fine bayou land. On graded tlirt road. 6 miles Blytlic- ville. '/. mile gcoil school. Bargain , at .$1,800. . . •10 AC/KKS—Black land. Crop proof cf fertility. Good houso. barn nnd outhouses, '/i mile Highway 01. Price S2.400. 170 ACRES—130 in cultivation, 2 houses. Wonderful crop'cotton and corn. Hi mile Kravcl road. 5 miles Blytlicvtllo. Price S35' per acre. $COO down will liny jt. All above on Easy Terms, liltc paying rent, except tliird and fourth tracts, which arc cash, riionc C17 or 3IG E. M, Terry 213 W. Walnut Blythcville. Ark. WANTED TO BUY IjAND: .WC have buyers for any size tracts. If you .want to sell scenis at once. Thomas Land Co. For Sale: Corner lot E. Kentucky near Park. TERMfj. F. T. Elder. % -Bell Cafe, West Memphis, Ark. 18-p-k-15 FOR .SUM Several thousand acres southeast Missouri ricn alluvial cotton corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE DENT. Everclt B. Gee. Wanted Experienced Cook . a n d Housekeeper, 123 E. Main. Me kit Batteries BETTER BATTERY SERVICE C&1I J. B. CHne At Tom Jackson's Serrtce Station ALT KY OOP ' GOOPGO5H/PINNIV- \% A MESS-tH' WHOLE BLAMED SWAW1P1L6Q CAN DO NOTHING T' STOP THIS FIR6 -C'MOM, DINKY -WE —t GOTTA. RETIRE ,<tfl.-- •trffy.^' <• J l . >~ if mta ' ^ <•! BUT i-AH-1 GIT ME SOME CLOTHES! GLORY) /HAT .SHALL | BE! I CANT GO BACK TO THE I BRAINLESS, POODLE-FACED \A GARBAGE iPlOT.' WOT THE SAM HILL'S THAT?,) CAN. I-AH^\ IT WAS ALL E! SUCH A PREDICAMENT. A1IPNl&HT,Y.t FRKCKLKS AND ARE YOU ALL RIGHT, ~^~y MR.BPIDGES? V.'HAT HAPPENED? I KWOCKEO OUT THIS MAW, BUT THE OTHER GOT AWAY! i JUST THIS MINUTE CAME TO.'/ HOUR SOOI-JEP. THAW THAT OTHER Ss'HAT DO YOU MEAW? DID YOU GET THE OWE V/HO OSSIE DROPPED A SAXOPHONE OM HIM AMD KNOCKED HIM COLD WE TIED HIM UP. 1 OSSIE FINALLY MADE A HtT \vfTH HIS MUSIC:! TO YOU, HAVE THE PELTS e MEW! Wo DOUBT BLICK SOLD ^OU T:\(S BOAT AWD MADE YOU IWSIOCEWT VICTIMS iw His ILLEGAL BUSINESS.' S SOt-D^U THE BOAT WITH THE PEU ABOARD E» HE V,OOLDKT, GET ItvfVOtVED I'LL GET HIM.' TAKE ASHORE A'JD ' LATER

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