The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1933 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1933 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION DtUy r»te per mie ror consecutive insertions: (Five »vei»ge words to • line) One time per line 10c Two times per line per day 06 c Itaef. tlmei pel to* P*r day Me Six UmM per llae per d»y .. OSe Month r»t« per line «oo Minimum cbuge We Ads ordered lor three or Ha. limes »"xl stopped before expiration will be crarged lor the number ol tlmei the »d appeared and adjustment ol bill made. , Ail Classified Advertising copy •ubmltted by persons residing out- tide ol the city must be accompanied by cash. Bates mw be easily computed Irom above table. No responsibility will be taken lor more than one Incorrect ln- .crtion ol any classilled ad. • Advertising ordered lor irregu- l»v hisei lions take the one time Phone 306 ot 307. TWO room NIOKLY furnished apartment. REASONABLE, 622 W. Ash. 16pk21 MODERN Furnished C-rooni s'.ib- urban home on highway, reason- ible, "X", Courier News. Up kia FURNISHED APARTMENT, 108 West Kentucky, phone 683. FURNISHED Bedroom, preferably for man, furnace heat. 514 Main. Phone 08. 5cklO-5 ATTRACTIVE bedroom for men, close In. Mrs. M. T. Moon. Call 850-W. 23c k9-23 Modern 3 room furnished or un- furntslicd apartments, newly dec orated. over Kirby nruf Co. Also store building adjoining Roiy Theater. F. Simon, 120 W. Davis. Call Spencer foraellere Mrs. J. J. Uivis. Phone «1. L. G. Moss Blythcvlllc's cut rate undertaker. iopki-io CLKAKBiW. TA1LOU5 ONE or two rooms on North Kailroad street, suitable for cotton offices. Will lix fo suit tenant on lease. Apply Courier News, .Mechanic's garage and suitable for grain, coal or beer storage. Frisco siiimg. Steinberg Cotton Co. Call 24. TWO Nicely Furnished Bedrooms Mrs. Kd Hardin, 1017 Walnut Have yiwr saede jacket and other Kail clolbm made new by our cleaning process. Cleaning Servke. Call 111. Unique For Quality Cleaning Phone 18« Barnes NuWa Cle-iners Vlv. klO-1'2 SPORTING GOODS VvANTED TO HIGHEST tPRICES paid for tires Inner tubes, iron, metals, maga zincs, hides, curs to wreck. Wol Arian, 128 E. Main, phone 170. ScklO - ,.|ALL KINDS Men, Women We are continuing our Golf Ball children's used clothing CORN WANTED MARILYN HATCifEEY . 2SCU9-2 Sale dftet-Cqnie in. »"<! i™l ulle about if. Hubbarrt Hardware Co. 12c klO-12 BATTERIES NEW FOKD BATTERIES Hcntal-RecliarginB-Repalrint; 117 TIKE BAY1-ERY STATfON 2-JCH9-24 shoes. Highest cadi tin's, 320 E. Main. for rrompl Battery Service Phone 8 Ben iJlune 31c K9-31 AUTOMOTIVE Gateway Garaje Gocrt Mechanic - Work Guarantrcd Frlccs Day & Night Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at, Any Time Phone 605 Milton Sternberf;. 13c klO-lL. LARGEST STOCK USED PARTS Bnhvecn Memphis and St. Ijiils Also AuLo Glass — Phone G6 JACKSON AUTO TARTS CO. 2c klO-2 Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo lumber Co. ldcklO-10 Red's rlice—118 E. Main Call 30* for Auto Painting Body anil Fender Service Formerly with Shouse-LlHIc Co 2Cp-kO-2t RUSSKLL ANDERSON In charge Chrysler Garage Work Guaranteed on any make cai New Van Norman Boring Machine Phone 888. FOR SALE BABY BUGGY, practically new reasonable. Phone 858-J. Mrs Henbest. ISckZ CAFE, 105 N. Second St. On ac count of sickness very reason itle. I5p k2 GENTLE PONY, new saddle, liar ne. 1 ^, rubber tired cart, ver cheap. G. A- Robinson. Osccoli Phone 320 or Earl Quinn 156. New Claimants Found old Coxey. has aimouncVtl us n c»n- • much as KjOOO bmhel& TaflHt»rk*a at loonucnes at WANT LAND—We have buyers for 40's, 80's and larger tracts. Can sell 6« tract. See THOMAS LAND COMPANY. 28ckl2 Texas Guinan Is of wheat this year, It was reported. norc girls tliun boys between dldate irom "I'm jii!,t bijjinnuiii,". I For Montana Wheat Title -- ------- - ,-— Earth, Science rinot iKes o[ M tmcl l(i ycnrs leave school o work, mid that mom boys limn girls ure over age for the gradK In which il'.cy, ure enrolled. In 1032 they harvested 70,000 bush els. The firm Is composed of sev.- cral brothers and • their relatives. - Aimee's Disciple •CHICAGO lUP) - Toothaches «'. a f he pulled from hi did not drUlnale will, the advent J »"«b-m(nlccd slwet of j»|«r «• lll ' orl1 ' llu} '« 1X)lll!s ln J:l » cnn buy n home In nlythe- villr on monthly imtalhnciUs fs tliiin ll Is renting .for. I'd be glad to tell you how. E. M. 1EKUV, Ajenl. Phone Oil or 310 8c klO-3 claimants to the title of Montana's According to Ktutlsllcs, boys start Near Verdun, Fraiiee,, Is a sacred hugc-sl wheat oiienilors, n distinc- the dental exhibits at A ol Progress. More then a million yours bit ot ground protected by a monii . Blrls in the first grade, 'nils Iwd Campbell with his BO-otld caterpll At this place o .detachment lice coinage of silver; a threc-ycui lnp;rs (town until II Is lost by a few Inr tractors and vast fleklH, . . or French soldiers was burled alive yeurs •K". , v*".i»b* •*• iimstodonj 'uoralorlum o the eighth grn<li'. exhibits broiUosuurl (he linn ol Kopak At Kopak by u German shell and, to this day, more than 3,OW In sabuv-tootfced *» '"Pyorrehea In a camol a million I imVillc Iminwcmenls. with ..... In years RKO" rends Ihc clRii above Umnn IVUBC of $1 «n limn; tin one cll^lav In the exhibit locale* ^nslniel on o[ a O00-mu> ciirn I. the Hail of Science. Beneath Is j ',<>'" <^iro. 111.. to llw Quit < the Jaw bone ol an curly ancestor Mf>|j™ »t «• ™>< "f l«'o billions o o! our pretcnl-ilny camel. With 0,000 acres under culllva- j their bayonet* and rifle barrels may tlon tlilc season, the Kopak* may I be aeon protruding from the earth, , the nlndi gr.ule mid lost by n thousand lu Hi? 12th. OUK BOARDING HOUSE For Healthy Doss fcril Rations * Quick Lunch HUIIItAKU HAKRnWAIUK CO. llcklO-ll USEN TC TVWBURO WWW I TPMNG TO TELL. XOO, "General" Coxey at 79 IMore Boys Than Girls Seeks Senatorial Seat! In Pennsylvania Schools FROM Wlrw\ $ A SORT THIS EVIDENTW WAS THE PET OP •RACKETEER MASSILLON O'Aa. <U1')- Lous j 1IAURI8HUKO. 1'n. iUl'1 - Al- »st the age when most men re- I'.-oiigh thorp arc Hut 1.LJ1 more I'cnn&ylvanln, census llsures showed llnil 42.000 mor noved upon Washington 39 years In public schools. is beginning another strenu- 1 The toys outnumbered the In every grade but the eighth nnil in the last yenr of high schoal. Superliilcndcnl ol Publlu Instruc- ous political campaign. Undaunted by the fact thai was defeated [or re-election iu> mayor of Musslllon. t'.ie 19-year- Stcrnlicrp Gins Should, Handle Your (Ji>it« n ot averse to grabbing publicity or her next movie at tba very oor of Angelas Temple in Lot ngclcs, Tex Gulciaii, quoen ot tght club hostesses, Is pictured i preaching iioso with !33b!o la iind ns she johictl Alnicc Sem- »lc Mcrt»rsoQ'E (lock for a IK* -Ice. Two Ktncrulions of satisfactory servile . . . always sivinp the utmost in sinning . . . smoother sum- pies . . . better turnouts. ORWNfeUPASALt Ecundor's principal exswrt Is balsa wood, lightest wood In the •orld. , • -1? VMf PV **" tMVKC JHC STEVK'S HOMECOnllNG! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES .. ,. POUCE •STKTIOM 'A Wt 6«0*SlO» RWVvW '. NOM.W I WTWOOt ettiVJQ ••— price. Leigh 9cklO-0. WASH TUUBS cr'BLwJKeTy Bt-ftNvcKT ESKIMO t rtfto HE4.PIHG ME! OARM HIM' HE'S SPILLED BtAMS. THE. NEWS IS ALL OVER ALASKA /7~\MW., AT LEAST SHE I FOUND HIS SKELETON, V. BECAUSE I SEEM IT 6ALDNEV! THE. HEWS IS ALL OUEP. THW 4H6 FOONO 8OT CHARLIE'S SKELETON AH'CLAIM AH THIW&. h.£fOR& THE THREE. ME.WCQMg«S HWE THBB. Tg«f5 "' „„. CLWMS .. WUY STWC6D MONE THEPRV, COLO AIR, 6AIL CAN HEAR tVGRV VJOCJT) SPOKEM. PLENTY OF EXI'KKIKNCl'J! SALESMAN SAM OH, OoM T L€t TWftT BoTHE.fi. , , \ OVER.USOKED FERG-OT To PICK A HOUV HOOFS. THIMO- TO To RUM IN "0* &ooo\ >V.HO "ARK THESE MEN WANTED Storage room, must be waterproof and reasotuiblc. Mrs. Morris. phone 306 or 274-J. 4x-tf WANTED — by roouiB for iiglit housekeeping, dc- Irablc ticichborliood. Piione M4. 15pklO. FOR SALE OR TRADF, WILL SELL cheap my house •2 lots in Blytlirvillc or trade lor uscil car. Box 95 or 921 S. Lily St. STRAYED STRAYED or STOLEN Saturday night small yellow Jersey cow. '2 JTS. old. leather halter with H-i foot chnin. long sharp horns, sliort dark bush on tail. Call Jake Ungar Gin or notify Ed Kaynes. 18pk21 RADIO SERVICE REAL ESTATE 10 acres 1 mile of Blythcville o hard road. S3.0IX). Nice residence with electric, lights Hi nil building T'iirt ca.sh, balance long tims loa dl. 6<S-. 27 acres Barficld road. I 1 : mile, out. Price tl.800. Easy terms. 60 acres, 5 miles of Stecle. M $5,500. 40 acres, 'a mile ol Blythivlll 5J.OOO. 320 acre.s. '/j mile off of 61 hlgl ray. Wonderful truct. SfiO per acr 40 acres adjoining No. 8 plat tatlon. $75 per acre. We have anything you might vvai THOMAS LAND COMPANY 15o k F.XPF.KT KA11IO SERVICING cst Equipped Shop in nlylhevillc AROI.D SUDBUKY — PHONE 1 2p klO-2 LEGAL NOTICES WAKXINO ORDER •J THE MISSISSIPPI CHANCERY COURT: CHICKASAWBA D1S- TRTCT. ontincntal Life Insurance Com- sny. a corporation, Plaintiff. vs. No. 5558 Rosa Roscnthal. Isaac Roscnlhal, t al.. Defendants. , The defendants. Aaron Thomas nd Mrs. Aaron Tromas. his wife, re warned to appear in the Mls- Lrsippi Chancery Court. Chicka- a\vba District, v.-it'nln thirty days answer ilic complaint of the plaintiff. Continental Lite Insurance Ccmpay. a corparation. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the sea! thereof, on this day of August, 1933. R. L. GAINES. Clerk. 5-12-19 Chicago Symphony Plans Opening Season Oct. 5 CHICAGO. (UP)-The Chicago Symphony Orchestra plans to bc- ?ln its season Oct. S, a week ear- iicr than usual, this year, change in the opening dale was made, trustees said, because of A Cen- tur yof Progress. This Is the 4M opening of the symphony season here, the 29lh under the baton of Frederick Stock The trustees declare that there is to be no curtailment in the number or quality of soloists; no shortening of the number of concerts and that concerts will, as usual, be presented en 28 Thursday evenings 28 Friqay afternoons and 12 Tucs day afternoons. Lightning was thought to be ztg zng until photography proved tha the "corners' 1 were rounded. FRECJTLES ANP HIS FRIENDS WELL WHAT UUCK DID VOU HiVEi? M* FIND WHO I>OI6ONED POODLE VET? WE TRACED THE. PORK CHOPS TO THE HOTEL,AND THEM RAN UP AOMMST A STOME err VET ....you EXPECT FIMD 'EM A MINUTE! FUNMV....IF THAT VA5> THE ONLY PLACE THCT BOUGHT POP.K CHOPS, SOMEBODY THERE MOS™ DOME rr!! ; V I DOH'TTHINK, 6O, WILUE — t C-iOT A HUMCH WHOEVER IT WA<b KNOWS MET / —// JFP06E. I'LL NEVER KUOW WHO DID IT — PEOPLE V^O'D DO e>UCH .THinG^-X TOO CLEVER TO GIVE THEMSELVES Aw^Y.^' ^WO BACK AT THL. HUFF HOTEL,TWO euK>T& ARE ARHWIN& ,f^% WELL, HERE Wt K<t /i.&WM, MR. HUFF WJVIHIN6 STAKTUNG HAPPEH IN eMADY&IOE. WHILE WE WERE. AWAV? By SMAL1 V-tLL, WELL.. ..WQlO3ME TO CXJR CITY. Mft.BOmEII OWWA.DO,MR.6eSM..-l NOPE...THIM6& WRE ^ ABOUT THE 5*ME A& WHEN VOO CEFT-

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