The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1933 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 16, 1933
Page 3
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER PAGE MVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION !>ally rate per uue ror COIIKCU- tivc Insertions: (Klvc lU-craBe words U> • Hoe) Vou can buy a home In Blyth;- vllle on monthly Installments si than it Is renting (or. I'd tie glad to tell you how. K. .11. 'i'KHKV, Agciil I'lione U17 or 346 Be kli Good Weather Threatens Wine Crop of France One Itmu l>«r line .......... Two t lines per Hue per day Tliif* Hiiiw per ""0 P« r toy Kix limes por line per day •• Mouth rate l»r line ........ Minimum charge BOe 10c We 60o fix. DOGS, PUTS Ads ordered lor Uuec or . limes ami cwpped before explra- llmi'wlll be r,hai6ed tor the iiuui- uei o( limts the ad appeued and u<ijiiiluic[il of bill ui»de, for Healthy UogK feed Miller's Kallons & Quick I.uiuh I1DHIUKD IIARHIHVAK*: CO. llcklO-11 l-'Oft KENT TWO loom NlUBbY finnislied apartment, REASONABLE, (Hi! W. Ash. 16pk21 miich lions grapes nro being vlrtiiftlly j nninicipalilles. cooked on the vine. Since the ijimllur reports have mint harvesting begins this uiontlv limien a:ul )>ommcriiiilii. • there Is scum hope ihfil blel . n , 0 joUs , Ulls ( ,, slriumo( | thywers will bring ihe crop to: IniiKitus Advertise Prison As An Ideal Spot - 1 ' 1 ; ro.iils olk>r apodal low rales convi'tilent all exiiinsi' ur- icnt for I hose Mini want it BORDEAUX HJl').-Too niucn ' , od'\walhcr throaions to make,"°"''"• ,,* Bordeaux wine crop on, of ^ the smales li hUo.y bin it . m „ , UUcs promises to make 1033.n Hue vim-, •> nul(( , , ol . flnc . m)|im „,„, use year. i.. ..,..,, „„,.„,. ngc year. Sun has been beating down nl- nicsl Incessantly on the whole Olronde department. Swell trillions regions as Ponierol, Fronstic and Lonplac report Ural In some sec- a rich flavor. Jobs in Berlin' a m<;PTl i nEKMN tUP>—Wiin-lors are be- avJOV^ll ^,,,,,i,, rt ...^.-t^rc L,, r!,.,',,,n>it> tr.c retreat, cl weary lulvcnlurc- rerh-rs. Wronghl-iron doors beckon to lilni In welcome and to protect lilni from .social temptations." rltsi'inenl npiicarcit In imovous number of Issued by tlie •ison. hisws Want Adsl Brownshirl. Get City ] Sbll> Checks Size _ OUR BOAHDINGTlOUSK" " Of Brewers By Ahem 2-ioom Furnished apartment, 700 Walnut St. Miss Elise Moore. 15CK21. classified Advertising copy FKONT BEDROOM Bubiiillted by persons residing outside of the city must, be accom- mmlcd by cash. Rates u>»y « easily computed from above table. J responsluilliy will be taken more than o!ie bicorrect Ui- ot any classified ad. Advertising ordered [or Irregular insertions WSc Hie one tuna mtc. Phone 300 or 307 1037 w u arn cs. (01 UUSiNESS Walnut, Mrs. O. S. c K10-5 FURNISHED 3 room apartmenl, 1013 W. Walnut. Call U18-W. llcktf Bankers' Head HAIMilHIHlltC.. I'n illl'i i .male llnivaii of Ktiinuiml " i coming workers In Germany. | , uu | M,, :lM , ri . f i^^rrvLR,v-\ocpLV: MODERN Furnished G-rcom s'Jb- urban home on highway, reasonable. "X", Cornier News. Up k!8 3-ROOM FURNISHED Apartment. complete with garage. -Mrs. 13elle \Yood, phone 785-J after 6 P. M. He kl» ._„ and Adding | i-. U. S. liltiuk. FOR RENT— Furnished Bedroom. Mre. Ray WorlhhiBton, Call 182. GOOD FOUIl ROOM HOUSE. E. R. Jackson, Phone 66. HeklS Mrs. J. J. Spencer Corsctlerc »-, IM.O- 4 I,. G. Moss 's cut rale undertaker^ LKAN lifts. TAILORS FURNISHED APARTMENT, West Kentucky, phone 883. 105 9cklG. FRONT BEDROOM with heat, 1037 W. Walnut, Mrs. O. Barnes. 5ckl2 iiavc your suede Jaektt and other Fall elothra made new by our .pcclal eleanin, process. Clcanins Service. Call 111. "t Quality Cleaiiins Phone 180 FURNISHED Bedroom, preferably for man. furnace heat. 514 Main Phone 98. 5cklO-5 STORE BUILDING and residence combined with complete fixtures. for meat and groceries, 610 S. LaKe See Dr. J. A. Saliba. 16ckt SI>O11T1NG_GOODS_ ^^^^f»Tuh.rour Golf Hall Sale oner-Come in ;.nd .nquire about it. Ilubbard Hardware ^"-^_ J2 ATTRACTIVE bedroom for men close In. Mrs. M. T. Moon. Cal 8S5-W. 23c k9-2 JTotlem 3 room furnished or un furnished aparfments, newly dtc nrattd. over Kirby Dru(T Co. Als store building adjoining Ro\y The afer. F. Simon, 120 \V. Davis. Ca T64. 2Sc kO-2 RADIO SERVICE VMM RT RADIO SERVICING Sped.Shop in - 2p IMPLEMENTS Carlnau of Wagons Gel Our Prices First JJyrum Produce Co. Across From Post Office 2Lc kO-21 IW..1TERIES NEW FORD BATTERIES HdiUi-Rccliarging-Repairing TIRE ^ BA1TERY STATION 24CkO-24 I'ur 1'roinpt Flionc B rtiltcry Service, ncn Clunc 31c k9-3 AUTOSIOTIVE Day & Niijh 1 . Kcrvicc Station Cdinpicto Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Phone C05 Milton Stcrnbcrij. 13c klO-I i,,\it(ii;sT STOCK usrn TAUT jirtKRi'ii McinnhU and St. lau Also Auto Glass — Phone 66 JACKSON AUTO FARTS CO. 2c klO- Aulfi Glass All Kinds Instilled The Ark-Mo l.timlier Co. 10cklO-10 ONE or two rooms North Railroad street suitable for cotton offices Will' fix to suit tenant on lease. Apply Courier News, In all purls of the country mn jiclpatiltps and other publlr au- thorlttes vie with each oilier In providing Jobs for unemployed Noni storm-troopers. Thus. 80 towns In Saxony se- cuted employment (01 1.100 Urown- nnd Stahlhclm members. In the district of Hnnnovcr, 200 Jobs were given to Hrownshlvts; In 30 Thurlnglnn towns 220 the Fatherland' menl. In certain towns, members of the S. A. mid party were employed by lit-j Ixvr- hus tnriii'd Its |lHii!ii]i I own ril pnxrcllni; II ' I'.') nix; public. I Numerous romplnlsils weiv iv- I mvi'd tlmt vixxlcn bi'fr contain- 1 ^.^ held fhon ini'iifiirr::. An In. i'^l'.«.itkiii rt'Vt'uk'tl that sonu 1 bn'^crlL-s were n^iti'i ko^.s ntul ! cn^k.s which h;ul l>ecn In stonu:^ unw iirc-prohlblllnn ilnys. Diirlirf i tin' Icmi! yours of pit>hibltlon, Uie (hnl , Ihcy coiilil found employ- j, i put huo use uKiiln the hoops Innl jobless u; bo iii-iuvn up. 'Hie resull was n 'o!': U'VTIW'OM A l-INE. TftLKtR, t. CANT E HOLLAR TOR. ^\ELP IH A JAM Vs'llH A CKT ? JIST ciAV rrs A PARRO AK 1 LKT TM' CUSTOMER TCACH 'IM TO TALK,OR CLOC 'TELL VQU I'lA^ "PA\HP.O"1 CAN "1ALK J IF VQULL WA\T AROUND A BIT, I-\E MW TALK n ANY ^A^^iUTE 1 t<b/\TJ, IT N\lGrA"i -\ BtTHKTTHE B»TO I WAS RAISED "&y i fV\EN , AND WONT < ., SPEAK TiEVORE A j > LATOY 6AY, VOO HtAROM ON TlV ROOrA PLOOR lYD MAKE YOU SALT F. M. Law, above, president ot the First National Hank o( Houston, Tex., was elected president on tlio American Bankers AMoetation at lla null meeting in Chicago. ItractlTe bedrooms for youm; men, 518 W. Main. Call M9. 16ck9-16 Icchanic's garage and building suitable for jratn, eoal or beer torage. Frisco siding. Sternbcrj Cotton Co. Cail 24. 18c-kl« T>'0 Nicely Furnished Bedrooms. Mrs. Ed Hardin, 1017 Walnut. 21c kO-21 WANTED TO SUV HIGHEST PRICES paid for tires, inner tubes, iron, mcttils, magazine:;, hides, cars to %i.Tcck. Woll Arian, 128 E. Main, Phone 176. 9cklO-9 CORN WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY 23 ALL KINDS Men. Women children's used clothing shoes. Highest cash price. Lelgh- ton's. 320 E. Main. OcklO-0 WANTED Storacc room, mmt be walerproo and rc.ijonable. Mrs. Norris phor.e 308 or 274-J. 4x-tt Kfd's Place—118 E. Main Call 3(m for Auto Painting Kody and Fender Service I'urmcily with Shoiise-I.lttlc Co. 26P-M-26 KIISSEM. ANDERSON In charge Chrysler Garage Wnrit fjuarantcrd on any make car Nrvv V^n Norman Boring Machine Phone 888. ' 25ck9-25 WANTED — by lady. t\vo vacant rooms for light housekeeping, desirable neighborhood. Phone ' 564. lapklO. FOR SALE WJSiiSKSS W ANTED CAl-E. ins N. S:con'd St. On ac count of sickness v;ry reason i Me. 15p k20 GENTLE PONY, new saddle, harness, rubber tired cart, very cheap. G. A. Robinson. Osccola. Phone 320 or Earl Qilinn 156. 13pk20. Young man sii^ie. w'th S300 cas'n. to invest in small business. What have you? State full particulars In first letter. Box AB. Courier. 12pkl5 ~"NcflCK~OF SALE OF UN- CI.AIMKD FREIGHT The St. Louis Southwestern railway lines will at 10 n.m. Monday, pcU*er 2. 1933. sell at new post- •officc building. Blythcvlllc. Ark., to the highest bidder for cash, a carload of building stone shipped by Granite Hill quarries. Granite Hill, Ga April 21. 1933, In GA car 19365 consigned to McCarthy Bros.. Construction Co.. Blylhevillc, Ark REA1, ESTATE NOTICE is hereby given .that in acres 1 mile of Blythevillc on |,:ml road. $3.000. N'icn residence, uilh ricciric lights In all buildings. }-.-:rl rash, balance long time loan »l fi" . 27 acres Harfirtd road. 1'i miles i.ut. Price Sl,8?>0. Easy terms. M acre. 1 ;. 5 miles of Steele, Mo. $2500. 40 • acres. '; mile of Bly.tlievillc. S4.000. 320 ncrcs. 'i mile off of Gl hign- vny. Wonderful Irnct. S60 iwi acre. m scros adjoinin? No. a plantation. $75 per acre. ' We have anything you might want. THOMAS LAND COMPANY 15C klD Notice is hereby given .that the undersigned, as administrator of the estate of Mrs. I. N. Fry. deceased, will apply to the probate Court of the chlckasawba District lor Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 30th day of September. 1933, for authority to sell the following lands belonging to said estate or so much thereof as may be necessary, to-wil: Lot 16 in Block D ot Barron & Lilly .Addition to the City of Blythcville. Mississippi County. Arkansas. Said sale Is made for the purpose of paying the debts of said estate J. E MURPHY. Administrator 1-8-15-5 WANT LAND—We have buyers foi Ws. 80's and larger tracts. Can sell 640 tract. See THOMAS LAND COMPANY. 2!lckl The average hereditary monarcl of Europe has a life, span of 53.' years. u>;!i 1 raWe reduction of Uie enblcnl intents. There uru U'ii Sfoinliorj; (;ins io:iS(ins wlt> Klioulil liiintllc 'ONZX •DIDN'T TALK pleasunl :un! prnlidihle SlernherL' (iins. (ta.oTsTpH.oiT. £/ A igii nt 't+i ^tn\rt:r,jsc^ WHAT NIC XT BOOTS AND HKR BUDDIES \' > -" 1?3J a* I'tJ C^F^ViCC. iXwpra.U. 3.V«T' Of r COMPANY! ,\'006"6ft WASHTUBBS HM-MJ HOT A 8ftD .^\ I I'll. PITCH ATENT AMD TRY W UUCK,TOO. THERE ,'PROSPECTORS! ILUCK.? GTAKEO nrw CLAIMS WELL, WE lUOW'T GIVE UP. THERE'S BOUWD 10 BE G01-0 A.ROUNO HEKE SOMEWHERE, 10 CEMTS WOORTHPi JJY 151-OSSEK —^ GKTS THK DIUTY SALESMAN SAM , f\U_ OMER CHP,RA-SS I CAORG. COOfiKoviT '^m^\ F'RKCKLES AND HIS FRiEXDg \ PORK CHOPS ? LET ,'WE 5tE,HOW-OH . 1 BE.UE.VE I WE. DID /PF.».'.tV>Bt.R,SE.VERAI / ™ OUR GUESTS I_OOK,QSSIE!ONI.Y TWO PEOPL-K WERE REGISTERED THAT TIME- .A MR: BOTTLE, w-io I CAM'T WA.KEOUT Tl-iE OTHER VIAWE.T . FAR WS'BE DOUW PR^~ T ^ G000> CCM'T t. UHOERSTAMD -VBOUT

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