The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1936 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 31, 1936
Page 7
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MONDAY, AUGUST :si, PAGE' FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate, per line for consecutive itiscr lions: One lime \>er 1'nc >0c Two limes per line per day .. 08c Month vale per Hue 60c Minimum rtinrge 50o Three limes per lino per day .. Ofie Six limes psr Hue per day .... 05c Cards of Thanks 50c & 75c Ms ordered lor three or six limes find slopped before expiration will be charged for (he number of times (lie ad appeared and iiiijiistinejit of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy j submitted by persons residing out-1 side of the city must lie accompanied by crash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions like (lie one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. Business Directory Get the benefit of summer prices. Fill Up Now My Coal Is Bhck But I Treat You White r.otvu> HAULING JOHN ItUClIANAN —rilONE 107 can CET Wanted l-'KKSH IIRKLFOOT CRAPPIE 35c Per Order Lion (las 1G.8c Per Gallon 1 \\ould like to.hour Iroiu small mill owners who would like to cc.nie to north Louisiana with I their mill. I have plenty of tliii-l ber. VV. C. Cootetoir, WlimflcM, I<n. . 31p Ki EXPERIENCED MECHANIC, commission liosls. Apply In person, j Morgan's Qarnge. ' 31c k7j THIS CURIOUS WORLD William A Trial Will Convince You We in vile yen lo pet a ilumcm- sfiulion ni OTIP of cur usiid ears. lcts |I:IVL> a t r oad sclecilidi nf ttiin priced Fords a nil Chcvro- 1930, 1931 and 1932 models. Conic In or IMtonc S10 or KH Salesmen — C'. O. Gntves, Roy d\\- vin, Joe O'Keefe, Ji>c Sluinhs PHILLIPS CAR LOT Sill uml OPEN AT NIGHT HARRY BAILEY'S At the Arch Stale Line Found LONG RUBBER BOOT by Cecil Cola pluut. Owner mny huvc snme. by iinylni: for tills nd at Courier News ofTite. FOUND AT CAMP MOULTRIE'S GIULI^-Itcy ring containing •! keys, including Yale key and ( Gnih:im kuy. Owner may linve j .same by paying for tills nd nl Courier News. WANTEH — At.1, KINDS JUNK $5 lo $6 Per Ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2o to *«o Ib. Coppe- "JTIrt, 4c to 50 Ib. Radiators, 4',tc ib. HIDES & J?ORS WOLF AKIAN PHONE 116 128 E. MAIN Complete course In typing, shorthand, bookeepins. Also review shorthand class. Prices very reasonable. Mrs. Call 824 W. L. M. Buinetti: GET OUR PRICES ON COTTON SACKS We Have The Best FIGURE WITH US ON HARNESS Large Supply Coming In Hubterd Hdw. Co. i? or Kent 3 room apartment unfurnished. I Mrs. J. T. Hall, 710 Walnut. Modern country home, 4 rooms & bath; 1 mile south hospital. Mrs. Elma Archilllon. 20-ck-tf Four room furnished apartment 1015 W. Ash. Call 445-W. 10-ek-tC Mrs J.J.Davis—Spencer v,orscllere Call 421-W for appointments APARTMENT—5 rooms, bath, unfurnished.' 1st class condition'. 1 ' Mrs.- 'Mutt : -Monnghan. Phone •1C8-J. 3-ch-tf Si'ilp by J. W. PARKER TRUCK LINE Dependable Dally Service ta and From Memphis Keep Freight Money at Hume Call 127 809 W. Ajh St. 3 room fur. apartment. Private bath, front, back entrances. Call 72W. 22-c-k-tf 2 or 3 room Furnished Apartment; reasonable. 014 Hcarn. 2!p k 3-21 3 room furnished apt., garage free. Cheap. 1315 W. Slain. Call 335W. 15c kU Film. Apartment In Shane duplex nt 1114 W. Ash. call 187 or 571. 3-c-k-t£ Final Close Out Wall Paper . 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES THEARKMO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 ALADDIN LAMP PARTS Don't forget we have genuine Aladdin I.nmp Paris—25c Each BURKE HDW. CO. Persona). AUTO LOANS . Casii Advanced—Confidcnllnl PAYMENTS REDUCED Mo co-^gncrs. Just bring cnr and reelstrnlicn eard dlong, U. W. MULL1NS Sutlburv Klilff. rimnc i Find Noise Is Harmful If Body Lacks Mineral MINNEAPOLIS (UP)—The lack of magnesium in tlic nuni:ui body causes an Imbalance In tha nervous system which makes an Individual particularly sensitive to noise, according to the present eili- lion of Modern Medicine, published here. Small noises may causs convulsions in nu experimental animal which has been kept on :v magnesium-free diet, nn article In the magazine said. "'"•" T I n THE MOON IS ACCOMPANIED BV A SHADOW WHICH AVERAGES 232,000 MILES IN'LENGTH/ SO'AETIA^ES THIS SHADOW TOUCHES THE EARTH, AS THE MOON PASSES BETWEEN US AND THE SUN, AND THEN WE HAVE A SOLAR ECLIPSE. Giant Redwood Statue To Honor Chief Sequoia NAl'A, Cul. (Ul>)—ClileC Sci|l!oia, one of tlio most distinguished ol AmerlcHii liulinns. Is to be Immor- tiillTOl In utMicrnl oninl Nnllonal Park nonr here, The Nnpii clinmbcr ot Commerce 1ms Intel the Initiative to set iislclu one of (lie slnnt vrdtvpod trees which Inter will be cnrvcd into a glnnl slatiiu of the chief. The'.stump of the uec ivlicn II has been slrlpiml of its top and nil folinsc will be 75 feet high with a dlnmetcr nt Hie b,ise oi 30 feet. II Is planned lo leave 25 feet of Hie tree ul Hie b:\se us 11 pedeslnl mill to carve Hie figure oul of the- vmialiiliu! 59 fed. c. A. Covey will be Hie sculptor, 1!I.1!CTUIO & K ACICTVLKNK '1 DURING THE EMBRYONIC STAGE, HUMANS HAVE AS /AANV GILLS AS A The death's head moth, now rarely seen, emits squeaks almost as loud as those of :i mouse. 'A 36*- FOOT REDWOOD, IN HUAABOLDT COUNTY, CALJPOW-4IA IS THE TALLEST KNOWN TREE * IN THE WORLD. Olw ... " " pg«^l^»ja.«»iMMfc» r -T^»^^-^_~ J ,-__^^_ ^^____ . " ^__ *"__ ' ~* | Bvv ^~ Hcl£ M*^HiMkt«^HCZ.J^ BnHa , va ^ IB p. The coiio-shami slintlow of (lie moon varies Ironi 228,000 inlleji to 235.0CO miles in length uliile the distnncc of the moon froiil Ihe enrtli vailes n-cui 218,too 10 248.000 miles, lu-nce, It nm be seen Hint Hie moon c:m pnss liirrctly between Hie sun iintl the enrth sometimes wllliout Hie shadow falling on tlic enilh. In this c:isc, wo have an annular, or iing-slmped eclipse...with only Hie center ot tlic sun being blocked out. AT DUST PRICES E'HOMI'T SERVICE Barksdaie Mfg. Co, PHONE 10 STOCK —ANOT1IKH- NOW One more eraln on each tart of \vliwil crown annually In the United Sliites would amount 10 iiboul 15 million Ijiislutn. BUY T SPEND LESS Veil nmy Ihiil clmiprr curs— Hut iu> really ilnubl II. We do lmon\ (hat .von ciin't fiuil belter ravsl for nnywhoru iirar Hie iii'lrc. I Thai's lii'eanse Tom 1.11 lie has iil-l wiys in:i!nl:ili]|.<1 (he policy of n>- xmllllcnhigr u.srd wins hi nildltlon to Icutilnfi (he, FOR SALE Wo huvc on hand now and ready for delivery new crop or Alfalfa Seed for vclflll or to dealers, If Interested sec us, 'L.R. Matthews Gin Go. Cettfin, C'oKon Seed and Coal Tel. 1511-3 Ynrbro, Ai'k. 1031 t!IIK VltOl.UT TOWN SUDAN 5:195 IMS ciniVKOMiT COACH .. ?;iis 102!) (S1IEVIMU.KT COWH .. $75 11)1! I !£• 'I'ON \VlitTls .. SIM IVu ULimllo Alt Leading llnKKls nf tll^h Crmlu Cu:il SUMMIT, CIU5AT HEAR'!', IW1U.IANT, MONTI CKI.1,0 etc., including: our fatuous — Also Siintl mid Gravel — Superior Coal & Mining Co. I'lUMIH' 700 i cin:vit()[,i:T TKUUK. Dual 19112 CllliVJiOM'T TltUCli , 5 <>5 ISM l-'OXl) V-* TUDOH .... $1M li)W FO1H) V-8 SK1IAN S350 10:14 raui) v-8 Tunoii .... $IM i!l;U !••() It 1) V-8 1'iVN Kl, THIJCK .... 1935 CH;KVI1«T.KT TKUCK .... I'UO.SK CM iONE STOP' SERVICE STATION TOH VOUK CONVENIENCE' SINCLAIR GAS AND LU1W1CATION WKKCKKK SKKVICE Day Phone Night I'honf 888 SSfi —lUTTEKY SEItVICK —KADJATOH KEIMIK —1IODV WORK -FKNIIEtt W011K —GLASS INSTALLED —AUTO I'AHTS. W, T. BARNETT AUTO SALES Uoili;e A FJjmouth Dealer Now I-omlci) B t 101 Norlh Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWAKUS, 1'ruprlclor All n ,ak» or rebuilt Typewriters, AdOing Macnlne. tad c«l- culalors—Kcpnlrlns—1'arls—Klbbon. For Sale Modern Service Station and ice business, excellent location, established business. Will sell outright. Hustler can clear $100.00 per month. Sco or wrilc Frank J. Moore. 519 W. Main St.. Bly- Iheville, Ark. . 31p 1:3 Hnrtnian Wardrobe Trunk, good condition. Cash. Phone 547. 31c ktf O'nniEM'S CAFE, completely equipped. Doing good business for past IB years. BARGAIN. Brunswick FOOT, TABLE, complete. CHEAP. JORDAN SEDAN, in good condition. Al (live away price. F. SIMON. Call 704 Wcslinghousc Electric range; flat top office desk & chair; Victor I nddin? machine. CHEAP. Mrs. Welch" Foster, call 194. ' 20-pk-2 300 choice spotted Poland feeder PIGS. 25 Ibs.. up. I. M. Castlio. Highway 120, Luxora. 20-p-k-2 Good Used Trucks 1W1-V3. l'/5 ton truck ir,3'l Chcvrolii 115 ton truck 1A3 I',i ton truck & trailer IC35 International l',4 ton truck & trailer % ton International Pick Up TERMS n "l;i Implements, Inc. FOR SAr.E 6 room h')U35, hath. Large lot. Across from high and grade schools. Cheapest taxes in town Could be made BOO Chickasnvvb into apartment, dh If ANTIQUE soda fountain. Mrs. W. B. McMuIlin, C22 .W. Main 1-tf heavy KcocI— 1.00 waa?n load J. M>. uiani, Chicago Mill, ll-ck-9-11 arijc upright plnno, for sale dicap. E. A. Draltc, Chlckasaw- M Avc. 21-p-k-I Room and Bo tut! - BOARD Crook - Call 433-W. •' Mrs. J, E, Highest Prices Paid For Used Fumiiure Wade Furniture Co 301-303 E. MAIN TKAMTHAM TRANSI'TiR CO. . Moving 50o room up. Pianos »1 up PHONE 964 Eggs, Poultry BABY CHICKS—Blood Barred Rocks, White Rocks, R I. Reds, While Leghorns, 5.7 pci hundred, Postpaid. FRANKLIN COUNTY HATCHERY, Union, Mo Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For Eggs & -"-uliry 111 E. U JBalteries BETTER BATFERY Call J. B. At Tom Jackson's Ser\Tce Station Salesmen Wanted Salesmen to call on schools teachers and parents. Convenient territory. Pleasant, dignified steady ,and permanent. Call at 117 South Broadway. Real Estate FOR SALE Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rid-, alluvial cotton & corn lancis. Any size tract. TERMS MICE RENT. Everett D. Gee, Ulythcviilc. c \S ODD HERO, ALLEY OOP-OOOLA'S OOMPAMIOM PUGIWG THAT HECTIC FLIGHT FROM SAWALLA- AMD HERE IS OOOLA -WHO CARRIED THE THECE 60ES OOOLA A CARRVIM' THAT SACK-AM'RIGHT IMTOTH'PALACE, BY WHACKITV WHACK.' THAT MYSTERIOUS BUNDLE AGAIN)?? EG WHAT SHE'S 00 SORRY, YEP. HIGHNESS-I GOT ORDERS TO TELL YOU T'GO KETCH BUTTERFLIES HER HIGHNESS IS IM-CONFERENCE/ LE'S GO FIMO OUT.' HE DOESW'T mow yer WHAT THE SACK CONTAINS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 1 TOU) YOU SO! . .VOU'D HPME 'DEAD UM6 VJOOLOM'T Bt \\EUE, I WARDED V(X .BUT KiO '. AW TU 6C.OOWO UOW OR WASH TURIiS 'S WKAKNKSS! YOU GOT MARRIED SO SUDDENLV, LULul OH SONNV W&RFTHEI BELLE. THAT PACW AMn T - uft - ulrr /.iT^Siri? ,Z.fir, i —'.__ YOU PORE OLD BACHELOR? BELLE, THAT EA5Y AND 1 - WE- WE YE'LL HAFTA COMt OUT TO SUPPER TONIGHT AN' G-IV SOME REAL HOME COOKIM*. VOU FDKGL-7 TH,\T THE VVEDPiMG Y '••" K f'RKsnNrr. ARE MOT UNPACKED,THE' •••IE'.I FLiliNilURC-'-J STILL ON THE FRONT / WE'lLGfTlt PORCH, THE CURTMMS AREMT HP A DONE SOME- FORGOT TO CCWGRATUIATE VA. /EVER LIVE ^^?~l'f •TT i>? ,' --------- / AINT WE / W* ;.( ,. /ga\ ,./. I MONEY Bfe £W. . . . A&'lN. POEF: IVOI-LV! Hfi CANT.SE'A^ LIFT A AND MY CLOTHES HAVEN'T &EEM VVA5HFD. For Sab: 20 A. Improved farm on N. Division. '•; mile from city. Lillic Colcman, Ocn. delivery. 26-p-k-2 WANTED TO liavc buyers for any ska tracts. It you want to sell see us at once. Thomas Land Co. Strayed or Stolen BKV Hors« Mulp. Ti>00" Ibs." ijla'-'k Horse Mul". Oin Ihs. .Isk'; Unjar Gin Co. cr N. Curtis. R. F. D. i. P k3 rr'scoMiwe, MLITTY! WE'LL HAVE: IT OFF IM A MIWLTTEf. 1 i AMD WHEW WE DO,WE'LL ( PROBABLY MUD A TREASURE ^ WORTH A KIIJG'S RAW'SOM.... 7 A TREASURE STEEPED IM DARK HISTORY. 1 I CAW SEE PIRATES A. FIGHTIWQ FDR IT-, %'lil PASCALS CRAVED ' GREED AMD THE FDR GOLD! By Klosser jeOSH.'jENVELS... IHUMDREDS OP THEM....RED OWES... BLUE OWES,,AND THOSE C5]HEPS LOOK LIKE; IAMONDS! i V/ELL^Ht LID IS LOOSE...GST READY RDR A BIS SURPRISE OR A THERE'S A BELL IWG. P \VHAT EX> YOU SUPPOSE: IT IS? GEE! RUBIES .EMERALDS- SAPPHIRES, AUDALCT OF OTHER KINDS,' ^-^? fegsg.^aaq-'V yn»«<»m»ii«vicc.Ve V ^

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