The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1933 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 24, 1933
Page 7
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1933 BLYTHEVILLB. (ARK.) COURIER HEWS PAGE SEVEN., CLASSIFIED ' ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rajt per ane ior consecu- ii\e insertions: (Five average words lo a line) Cue time per line 10c Tv.-o times per line <ner day ...; pw Inree times per linn ber ctay . j Me Ux times per Uoe per day-...., 05c Montli rate per line 60c Minimum: charge We ' ' Ads ordeiiejl for: three ' or. six times a'nd stopped before expiration will b* : ctarget: for the nuin- ter of times tr'e' ad appeared'and aojustm^nt bl. bill iqade.,; i., All Classified/ Advertising eyK sulmittcd by i^ersons residing out side of tnc city must be accom lulled by cash. , Rates may'., be easily computec from above table UD responsibility will be take for more than one Incorrect in BCitlon of any classified ad.' Advertising crdered for irregu lar insertions take the one tin: rate. Phone 306 or 307 COAL & WOOD eforc you buy Coal—You can ve money. Phone 119, t Comer allrourt and Ash Sis. Bttrtnick's oal Yard, '•»« "lU-'J-J Ve are exclusive agents Jor or Genuine JBontevallo foal nd Sipsy, Arkansas Anthracite and '• Kentucky Coals, hone 477! E. >'• * r Woudcr City Coal Company !.. " . at; kll- 1 Byrd Flagship Off to Bottom of tho Earth attempting to lv« down a football blunder he never committed. Eleven years ago while playluff fullback with (he University of Chicago against PtJnttwn, a sMt?- ttltute center got his •limit mU- ed and |w£«ed the tall to Zom. The ball bounced o»( Horn'* *houl- dtr Into the arm» ol a ftlnwten after Iht! Alonzo back In 1)U h'Ut Coach Amos vindicated the . full- book, "Touchdown" Born, however, .still . hear* of (he lime lie Icvil a game (or Chicago. Clulriic A|r Kecor4 for Cat OREAT FALLB, Mom. lUP)— Oldcul tom-cHt Is the claim made Univ. Offer* :;rJ Coarse in Und»capii^ • (UP)-Wh»t Some of the tilings a student can take In college ore nowetoick rid- -| ing, proper handling oj canoe* on"' 1 "• dark nights, garden planting and rose growing. Now comes the "Introduction to the study o( land-, aci«|K! architecture' at the University of Wnshlnijtoii. 'HONE. '101 BUCHANAN "Our Coiil Is Black But We Treat You Wljlt*," Gc kll-9 FOR SALE v AUSTIN COUPE, perfect running condlllom O. M. Morgan, phone n-J. • '-, ' -. - - 23cW7 MULBERRY and CAT ALP A posts at 109 Lake Street. 21p TOU SALE— 1032 Chevrolet Sedan. Good condition. X, Courier News. 7dh tf REAL ESTATE DIRECTORY Come. In, list your real, estate See. what we have to .sell K. M. Terry Lleensed Pt»ler Terry-Worthlneton Title Co. Bl.vlhevllle Phone 617 -23 New and Used Funjlure Bought and Bold Stoves repaired—Any make AlYiu hardy Ash. 20;iku-zu EXPERT Tyiwruing and Adding Macnmc hc-pairin^. I). B. B.UI ent'hip. 110 K. Kusc. Uiill itu-j FTJRNITUBE New and Used B. J. Dodicn Ml E. 28c . CAMP PERRY. Ohio (Ul'l — A FOB SALK-40 acres.good, fc , 1QO , r{01 . patrolmen, al which •" joining No. 9 Plantation, $75 anrc. Terms. tQR SALL — Pretty cottage on Kentucky. 5 rooms and bath, $800 <,sh. Quick sale. TUOJIAS LAND COMl'AXV , ^ 17c k2i RENT L. G. Moss Biythwllle's Cal lUtc UnderUtor Wajon and Trnek Covers made to order, anj sue, 9'4"xl2' $4.10 up, 9'4"xiy SSJO np. Carney Awnins Co. 113 S. First St BlythevUle, Ark CLEANERS, TAILORS .tw Quality Cleaning pnmie 180 Barnes NuWa Cleifitrs ' It Pa.vs to Look Nice Send Your \Voclcn •,presses to Unique Cl-.-r.ningV 30 "' 100 i Phone 11k ' - 2dc kll-2' "AUTOMOTIVE Aolo GUss , All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co, ;oo ki ,ij rour Room Apartment. Call 32'i diy—6b. niai •, - : -. iOp TWO Unfurnished Kooms ritar town. Call 10P.G, Mks Minnie Le Jones. 20p lst.'"5 room house wit! South '10th St. Telephone. .97 and 571. vt.dera 3 rooM furnished or un furnished apirtmcnts, newly dec rated, over K'rby Drug Co. Als uire butldhw adjoining Rox t'hratre F. Simon, 120 W. Dnvu> Jml 764. 21c kl STORE, * room .-bungalow wit acre of land at North Sawba, ',i j nile west ol cemetery. E- P- Pin^-' ertbn, Route 1, Box 86.: 24pk27. WANTED TO SENT Wanted 1 or 2 Furnished light -.housekeeping rooms. E- E- Rich, •A, Frisco Station. '. 24ck27 WANTED' WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker Day and Night Service. Call 033 Shouse-Litttc Crevrolet Co. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car whili you wait. Call us for better vice. Phone 633. Shdn»-LIUle Chevrolet Co. lockli-ii tali 308—Red's Flaw 118E. Main For Auto Painting Body and Fender Serrke Kormerly vrtth Shousc-Liltle Co. 26c klO-2 STUDENTS lo iell Brilliant and Kentucky coal after school. Ap- ->ly U'ARTNICK COAL YARD, K. R.' & ASh, Phone 179. 24pk21 SALKSMEN" WANTED 'i MEN with cars free to travel to do pleasant outdoor work. 7 a!ary $13.50 per week, plus lib>.al commisaloii daily. Must have elcrenccs. Sec S. W. Beaty, Gof! Io;cl, Wednesday, 9 A. M., 3 P. M. 23p STRAYED LARGEST STOCK USKD PART? Between Memphis and St. Lmm Also Auto (Unss — phone 66 JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. 2c kll-i Strayed— Black Poland China pig, weight about 100 !bs. Reward. Notify Raymond Stringer. Phone 270. LOST Prepare Your Car for \Vinler Willard Batttrics-Evcready Prc-stonc Arvir. HeaKts - A. C. Spark Plug? HUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. 17c k31 Day & Night Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Sternbcrj! .. Phone 605 - : ': ; 'I9c kll-19 21 Bo=ton terrier, brindlc. Perfccl marking. 10 months old male. He- v;r,vd for return to Hotel No'ole. PERSONAL Flues Cleaned, repaired, inspictcr 1 Work puaranlced. W. W. Booker, Call 100. 13p kH-i: T.KC.AL NOTICES THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRIP.^ MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. AR- nATTERIES Bttltry it Kadia'lor Service We guarantee you better battery or radplor work for money. Any iftakc radiator repaired 'or rc- corcdi-'Get our prices on new tncl,- rehuil* batteries. Call 033. <J - r Skinsc-Littlo Chevroltl Co. 7 tn^L-i i _io * New Ford Batteries V-, ,• Rental-RcchaTKirg-Rcpalrliig 777 TtaE & HATTERY STATIO^. 25c kill-. ~~ FoJ Prompt Battery Senice Phone 8 Ben Clunr •. mifrcarel S. 'Gallahcr, Plaintiff vs. No. 5583 John C. Gallahcr. Defendant. WARNING ORDKP. The defendant. John C. Gallah— is warned to appear in the Chan- ccrv Court fDr the Ctiic District of. !vltssis5i;>pi County. kaiiias. )vitlhiuthirly days and ai ff\vef thti coinohint of Ire p'.aintil! Msrqaret' S. Gallahcr. Witness inv hand HS Clork fif j?ii Court, and ihcuscM thcrcDf, on th'- 9 d'ay. of-' .October. t!)33. "•' R' L,. GAINE5. Clerk. 10-17-2-1-3 DO(;S, I'ETS I'or Heal thy Dogs fcrd Miller's Ration A: Quick Lunch HTJBBARD HARDWARE CO. llckll-ll SPORTING GOODS You will fuia a complete line of NEW MODEL BICYCLES at Ilubbard Hardware Company. 16cM 1-1.6, BUILDING MATERIAX,-; WALL PAPER i<Singlc •."out lob $1.00 2 000 rolls old-Iwltcrns at Cc 1054 MAYFLOWER line 10c to 20i E C ROBINSON LUMBER CO 290 klO-'JJ Avails'^-" ^ Record SFATTLE •!!"—Srass nf UiiivcVsi'.y of Wa«hin?|t'H Hi national rccosn'uion loltowin? lh« making of several large records l>v GCOTTC liailev. blind Onivci-sity of Washington chime.s player. For years Bailey has played songs on the chimes morning and evening. Now persons not having heard the bells can buy the songs "Alma Mater," "Bow Down to Washington" and o'.hOrs. Coous Offers Selves :is HAMMOND, La. tUP> - Coons come right up to Bufpvd Thamcb' door andHhc wSnlcv mwl problem is solved. TIsV hungry animals climb into his cloep. can. but arc unable lo get out ever the slippery tides. Thtt play demonllaed the Icr Tommy Simpson's pet fellno. team and Princeton won. 21 Simpton dcclavfn the cot to bo 56 to 18. Zorn was blunted for ll>e outlining too daring mice. OUR BOARDING 11OUSK m Nftwe — '" irA HOT NO— VAElS JAKE HOOPLfc —WE LOOK /MJKE— EXCEPT MAS UP AT TLf>>NNVSAM:S LKST NOO (SAVE. ME /XCWECK VOR & <a 9 —WELL, IT C/Vt/it ^AO< ON A CRUTCH I YEtt —YOU'RE , 6UY I'VE BEEN Will) 'reprMenlatives of 12 brandies of science aboard, the "Jacob Ruppcrl," flaphlp of Admiral Rich- polar expedition, Is pictured steaming from Newport News, Va., for her long voyage Ihc bottom of the earth. * ' rncks located at strategic positions coi;sL:tli!g ol more than 3,000 ar- j throughout the stato. Tlic men . rowheads, spcarlieads, beads, nxes Ohio Nearly Ready With Her New State Police! «»l & vM $100 i>cr month and board. tomaliawks, In on display in tl:c lobby of Hie Hotel Lawton here. Tlic collection is the result o( the lifelong hobby of R. T. Waw- ton, proprietor. Mast of the pieces Merc picked up on the site o[ a Girl Learns to Walk And Sew Alter Illness per celit of the "pupils" are doom' ed. to 'flunk, has been stnrtcrt here \ ton built by General Atkinson at as Ohio prepares to send !)cr first MINNEAPOLIS. (UP)-M«ry The curriculum include* lcs?ons! leu. 15, has learned to sew again n courtesv. motorcycle ridin}!. traf-, smti was learning to walk today lor Antony the more interesting laws Wraphy. targcf prac-1 11* second tlmo In her life. i ^'"^ '" tUt ; <* v ?*™ l6 a slrl »5 mliiiurj and physical train-] She has been nt the Unlvcislty ^tods syinbo! r.lng the sun. moon. J ' • ' ror i; monl i| S , stars and i:o;net-s. It was found In .. _..„.„ _ in.m.llljr CVlolU At the end of (he 30-cluy relics, which is believed to have Wen the cofnn ol an Indian princess. of the 102 applicants Mill be- ome fill-nedBcd (rooiwrs, with dally built for her. nuppy uniforms, motorcycles and ill the necessary apparatus. • . .. ,,, . ill 1 1 ;TOtel Indian tXnlDU Grid Coach Tries lo Live Highway -Director O. w. Merr Finest in Wisconsin Down Old Rumor s hea'd of the new patrol. From in orig'nal 6.000 applicants, he reduced the number of 102 by ;i FORT ATKINSON! wis. IUPJ^'.^CHIPPEWA FALLS, wis. (UPi- Whai is called the finest, collec- Bill Zorn, football coach at Eat screes of physical and mental tests of Indian relics in the state, tions will be stationed in 20 bar- t:or. POOR SPENCE! WT VOU D\O OM PliRPOSt. THEY'RE IN THE MONEY! ^20 WORTH OF ousr wuess TMW HOUR, PiND-A NUa&ET BiaEMOUGH TO CHOKE ft DUCK vou Bcaos THit4K SOU'RE SMhRT, SOU? WELl-jJUST TAK6 A LOOK AT THIS. Nl FTV FOR COATG AN 1 ftUTOMOBIUS PITCH VOUR CLAIM GET A \MtOON LOAD, HOT UNDER THE COLLAR! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS COACH PtRE OUT..-'.>'.".rM A GOESS T.ia »VS HAD EstoUSH &CRIMMAS1,- RS£ SHAPE FOR TW^ SAMS; X SUPPOSE HE VAUTED To T6'-L HIM ViHAT UE DID MI1-FOUP SA.VE! TH' COACH CWviPL&iwiMG TO BECAUSE XM A PIAVERS AOE JUST ... ATS AU.!- ;,.• VWY ' COACH T&oK. CRASH 1C> THE CCUBHOOSE •2. ACTION, AM' THTH'SUY

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