WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1933 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER N1W8 PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally ra,te per ""<= ;or consecu- ii\e insertions: (Five average words lo a line) One time per line. 1* •fv.-o times per line per day .. 0<ic •Inn* times per line per day .. 06c bis tunes per line per day .... 05c Month rate per line 60u Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or si* limes and slopped belore explra- uon v/ill be charged for the num- ter of times ir-c ad appeared aua adjustment of bUl made.' All Classified Advertising cop s\il milted oy persons residing oui cidi of the city must be accom lanled by cash. Ratei may btr easily computpc. from above [able Ho responsibility will be take for more than one incorrect scition of anv classified ad. /'.averiishijj crdered lor Irregu jar insertions laKu the one UK laic. Phone 306 or 307. DIRECTORY New and Used Furr.iture Buuglr, and bout Stoves rei»iltd—Any make Alvln Hardy 517 W. As. COAL & WOOD ifore yon n:or.v\ i hone aih'Ohu utiu /^l: ^ •oal Yard. buy Coal—You can 179, Cornel . uartnlcks av KiU-. Ve are exclusive aitnlb for uii,:- hul Genuine Sluninallu Uu. nd Sipsj, Arkansas Anthraeltc mn. Kentucky Coals. hone 477 K. f, Ft> Wuudct City Cual Company Do Kil-i UichJids Addllion 10 Ulyihc- vllle, ArkansoE. Said sale will be had to sallsfy said decree in ihe sum of $3032 'JO. with 10 per cent interest from May 20, 1933. The purchaser al said ralu will be required to execute toucl wlin approved security, to secure tin. 1 pajment of the purchase mon-;y an j . |te| , wn j upon 'HONE 107 BUCHANA> Our Coal is Black But We Ticat You While." Sc hll-i ,vaid property as addiuoiial security for the paymeiil of sncli pnrchn.se noncy. Witness my hind and the a?al ol said Courl, on th:s, l.'.c la day of Octcber, 1033. 10-13-2= R. L. GA1NES Commissioner in Chancery FOR SALE AUSTIN COUPE, perfect •running condition. O. M. Morgan, phon 23ck21 293-J. MUL13ERRY a:ld CATALPA pOSU at 709 Lake Street. 21p "'" 'OR SALE—1932 Chevrolet Soib' Good condilwh. X, Courier 7dh ti ,ly for the payment oi such purchase mciicy. Witness my h'.«ul and the seal ol said Courl, on ilils, tUc 18 day ofj Barmaids Seek City Licenses in Milwaukee October. 193?. lO-lU-Mt U. L GMNKS Commissioner in Chancery. XllLWAUKKE, Wls. (UP) -Mil- v.aukcc bMmnlilb have organised a union and urc fighting lo ob- AllhoiiBh Ihe London County lain licenses Irom Ihe city council. Council provided homes for 26,-' front Johnson, a college gradu- 000 people. Iherc still arc Ihou- ale mid one ol the ofllcerx of the sands of people In llic metropolis union, explained Ihe plight of the unsuitably housed. . . ,wc5k. Our union hopes lo push' ordinance prevents her from slrmd- , lp to n m i nl) y ttl - m O f »ia i, week.' ing behind R bnr. Want Aas - "Put a b:ir bvtwi'en a barmaid and men customers and you'll see nil Uw dtllerenci! In toe world In i. .fir b luvljr," said Miss Johnson. "The customer! wn'l- roach you u y<,niu uo.;iiut ihc b", and tr.ey net ^ - THIS CURIOUS WELD - COBHSSIONER'S SALK Kolice is hereby s;ivcn the pi>rn bred Stonevllle number Cotlon Seed $18 Ion. See Mc-"••moll or Black al Blylheville Ghi. ' ' 25 l )ls1 ' REAL ESTATE Come in. lisl your real c<Ule Ste ivhat we have to E. M. Terry Licensed Dealer FXHEhT Typewriting and Addin Jlacmnc hepairuij. U. a. BiaiiH enship, 110 K. l<ose. Call lt»-J. FURNITURE New ami Used 3. 1. Dcdsun 311 E. M«lc 26c kio-ao Teirv-Worthington Title Co, Blylheville Phone 617. 23ekll-23. FOK SALE—40 arres '-cod 'and a" joiniiie No. 0 Plantation. S7 : •re. Terms. ' OR SALL — Pretty cottage ol Kentucky, 5 rooms and bath. SW -sh. Quick sule. T11UMAS LAN1> COMVANV lie i- L. G. Moss BlythcTille's Cut Kate Undertaker 10p-kll-10 Wagon and Truck Covers made to order, any size, 9'4"xl2' 51-10 up, STxlS 1 S5.50 up. Carney .Awnin Co. 113 S. First St. Blyth«Ule, Ark 23pkll-2i CLEANERS, TAILORS FOR KENT UNFURNISHED Four Room Ap.ir. n.ent. Gail 3^7 day—55. nisht. TWO Unfurnished Uooms nea town. Call ICM, Miss Minnie Lc undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by Ihe Cf.imcery Court toi the Chlckasnwba D:Strlct of Mis- elsflppl County, Arkansas, on t:u 25ih day of Seplemi»r, 1933. wherein Marion Wasson, Siale Bank Commissioner in charge ci American Building « Loan Assocmtlon, el nl, were pbintills o. 5413 and William McFarland, ei, al. wore Defendants, will sell at public auction lo the hlg.-.csl nnd best bidder, on a credit of three months, al tin; front door of Ihc Conn House, between Ihc hours proscribe;! by lav.'. In the Cily of Blyir.evllle, Arkansas, on the 20th day of November 1933, the following real esiate, towil: The West 40 1-3 feet of Lot 3, of Vlck's Subdivision of the West Half of ihe Northeast Quarter of Section IS, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, according to plat of 53id subdivision on nie in the Rcccrd- cr's office in the chickasmvba District oi .Ntisslssippi County, Arkansas. Said sale 'will be liad to saitef said decree In the sum of $727.8 with 10 per cent interest Irom July 31, 1931. The purchaser al said sale will be required to execute uourt wit: approved sccurily. lo secure the payment of the purchase money and a lien will be rc-lair.ed upon 20p tor Quality Cleaning tnone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners 12<*U-12 11 Pays to Look Nice Send Your tf'bclen Dresses lo Unique Ctr.ning Sen-ice Plionc 171 ,j 20c kll-21 • 'AUTOMOTIVE Jones. iNCvember 1st. 5 room house wit heat. South loth St. Telephone :97 and 571. 21ck2 M..dern 3 roo™ furnished or un furnished apartments, newly dec •/rated, over K'rby Drug Co. Als More buildin? adjoining Rox Theatre F. Simon, 120 W. Davii. Citil 7G4. 27C klO-2i STORE, 4 room bungalow with acre of land at North Sawba, Vj i mile West of cemetery. E. P, 1'lnk- tc 1," Box-86. * Ante. Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. ;oc kii-i- WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wreckei Day and Night Service. Call 6T Shouse-Little Crevrolei Co. WANTED TO RENT Wanted 1 or Z Furnished light housekeeping rooms. B. E. Rich. <3 Frisco Station. 24cM7 "WANTED AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install class in your car whil' you wait. Call us for better ser vice. Phone 633. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. lOckll-lP I all SOS^Rtd's Place USE. Main For Aulo Paintln; Body and Ftnder Service Formerly with Shoase-I.ittlc Co. S6c kltl-2i STUDENTS to sell Brilliant am! Kentucky coal after school. Ap- :>ly BARTNICK COAlj YARD. R. R' ft Afii, Phone 179. 24pk21 ""SALESJJRN WANTED ') -MEN with c^rf, free to travel to do p'easr.nt o\]tdoor wnr Salary 513.50 prr week, plus llb- i.ial commis^ioii daily. Musi have -eferences. See S. W. Beaty, Golf j T o:el, Wednesday. 9 A. M.. 3 P. M ' LARGEST^SIOCK USED VAR1S Between Memphis and St. Louis Also Auto C;lass — Phone GO JACKSOX AUTO PARTS CO. Prepare Your Car for Winter Wlllard Battcries-Evcready Prestoni- Arvir. Heaters - A. C. Spark Plugs IIUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. 17c i:31 STITAVKP -BLACK Yenrlina Steer, w:i?r nboiit 310 Its., has split in le ••.r. Last seer, on Ed Parish pine •!li norlheasl of 'own. Any Infor i&tion phone 192 or 286. 2op kr "traved—Black Poland China n" weight about 100 Ibs. Hew-in 1 N 7nitfy Raymond Stringer. Phon 219. ^1 pk 25 Day A- ^'iglll : Service Stalion Complete Line Slicll Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Slernberg Phone 605 10c kll-13 LOST Boston terrier, brindle. Perfcc 1 n;arking. 10 montlis old male. Re vard for return to Hotel Noble 23ck2 PERSONAL BATTERIES ' HalUry & Radiator Service We guarantee you betlcr battery or radiator work for less money Any make radiator repaired or re- cored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 633. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co,- 10ckll-10 Flues Cleaned, repaired, inspects Work cuarnnlccd. W. W. BooV r. Call 100. 13p kll-1 MALKHELl' WANTED Msn wnntcd. Sunolv cus'ome.- wilh famous Wntkins Product In Blyllicvilic. Business cflablish -d. earnings average S25 weeklv Write J. R. Watkins Compan 70-90 W. Iowa Avc., McmohU 777 TI?.E "&" uATTERY "STATION Tenn New Ford Batteries Rental-Kef har/rlrg-Repairins klO-2S For Frompt Battcty Senice Phone 8 Ben Clone 2ckll-2 DOOS, PETS Fur Healthy l)0fs [ted SUtlrr-* Ration A- Quick Limrb HUBBAKO HARDWAKE CO. llckll-11 LEGAL NOTICES Sl'OUTING GOODS You will find a complete line of NEW MODEL BICYCLES at Hubbard Hardware Company. 16ckll-lfi BUILDING- MATERIAL \V A L L TAPER Sinclc •.".oin Ioli Sl.OO 2.000 rolls old pallcrns at Co !S'-4 MAYt^LOWER line lOc lo a E C. ItOUlNaON LUMBER CO. 29C klfl COMMISSIONER'S SALE Nolicc is hereby given dial the undesigned commissioner, in compliance wilh the Icnns of a decree rendered by Ihc Chancery Court for ll.c Chickasawba Diilricl oi MIs- siiMppi County, Arkiiiisa;,. on th" 25th day of Scolcmbcr. 1933. wherein Marion \Vas«on. S'.atc Bank Commissioner in charge of the i management of American Bulktin? it Loan Association, cl «1. were Plaintiffs No. 5510 and E. J. Browne, ct nl, were Da fendants, will tell at public auction to the hlghett, nnd bcsl bidder, on a credil of thrcf moults, at Ihc iront door of the Courl House, Iwlwceii ihc I'.o'Jis prescribed by law. lu ihc Cily ol Ely Ihc- vilie, Arkansas, en llir 20'.h day of November. 1933. ll'C fellow ing real estate, lo-wit: Loi Eight. Block "B" of the IT ts:THtORBTlCf.H-V FOB A uOO girls working In TCI ffTAR't WITH PA;R3 OF them Imvc lost morti J.us and mskc only By Alietti bnnnuid In Milwaukee, wherc'n ctly 960 SQUA&S Kt THE ' MSTTW WlTHJrt\S YOU CbETT^N SO VAEP.E VOU ' -DOCRBEU., OR /VUE VOUR EW<S -SflV-U. WAS.TDLTJ Vs'AS TOR ALO/\D "BUM V.UCV< SU^A^AER < ? LEANIN" ofs TH fA£ TOU NOT MOOE VX/OM OEP6NDS KIN&OOW PO* t«R I . THE BA»R Of "ACE FOV. "BEW ME. TO IT, ARRIVING "2 PCWOBR STICK/ ROIX.K is AV '-... A VERY PURE IRON ORfc-, /, - . - ..'i. r.'.- A*UO PACKS ARE A\ADE I fi ''/A VCZQW/C ASH/ COAL TA:-\ 15 USED •B^CK IN TH P ) "~^ CARRIES J THOUSAND TIMES ft& /WJCH WATE^ A^THE ^MSSISftlPPI / lo . aj . Seventeen' days nrc required for pigeon eggs 'o hatch, and the h-n goes to myi«B ngnln tv.o weefc- Intel, the breeder would see, nwk; multHilylng inpldly after Ihe tilth month, for the young |of Ihc flrsl Imlch would If old enough .then to tlart laying. doubtful if fiueh u record ever hns been obtained in actual prac (Ice, however. • ,, MTER JAKE, THE MAJORS What prtsldcnt uf llie U. S. learned o( his nomination ftcr It tflcV plarp'. 1 •• said properly as addliioiml secur- I \siri BACK TO EVE! VtT, Hlft*. WQMtW Ni'i TOOI\V, PICTURE >-rp.u6>4 OF MV CRESfOR THE PARTNERSHIP CUftIM, AWO 20 ACRES FOR EMH OF OUR PRIVATE CLAIMS —100 ICRK IMAU WERE RICH? decien GUV; WE'LL START A GOLD RUSH TKEV'tl. TftLK ABOUT FOR A THOUSAU' HEhRS 8RCK IN THE STATES GOLD'S GONE UP FROM I ^20 TO OVERO AM J ^5 HE'S BURNING MAD! WOOOLC. 5ouf> HUH co sut<= A ecwJi-, BUT CM viefs.-/ FUSSY f>Bovrr FOOD owo i OOM'T KrJcio ICHETHCR To TOKE. p, C«(\^c& OM THIS Puv:e.,ofl. MOTI. IT OUGHTA BE GOOD! .\NF) HIS FKIENPS DID VOU FEL'UAS SEE ' WRITE-UP I COT TW* PAPER. •2 SEEMS RJKINV fOK MADE A FEW CWAWSES THAT STcfiV VA ME.,. BUT ITS STH.U A PRETTV GOOO DOESMT VWNT ToTAKg AWY CHANCE ON BER5RE O Nt cj iSc ir.us ilic grij.ioii conro fro^ii Ihc sionc aj: i/~- Dcipiic l^c inuq^iy o^ ^ acl^xi, '
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