The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 28, 1933
Page 5
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SATURDAY', OCTOBER 28, 1933 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COUMp H1W8 PAGE SECTIO - « ™™ ct<nit CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Uaily r«c per liufc ror consccu- ii\e insertions: (Five average words to a One lime per linn Two times per line per day Inree times per linn per day bix times per line' per day . Month rate per line We arc exclusive aicnts tor orlj-; Irt-il Genuine Montev»ilo Cuah unit Slpsy, Arkansas Anihmclle ami Kenlucky Coals. khone 477 E. F. Vty IVonder Clly C'oal Company Push, Not Pull, Is What Lineman Need PHONE 107 BUCHANAN "Cmr Coal Is Bhck But We Ticat Vou Wlute." DC kll-u Minuiiuiii SOc line) .. ICe .. 08c .. Me ,.. Mu .. UOc i AUSTIN COUPE, iwrfect running FOR SALE Ads ordered for three or six limes and stopped belorc expira- lion will be chargci'. lor the nuin- ter of limes '.re ad appeared unu aajustmenl of 1)111 made. All Classincd Adverilslng copy euUnil'ca oy ^'rsoiv; resiamg out- cio-.- ol the city- must, tx accom- 1 nmed -by caih. Kates may IK I'aeily compuiec trorn at»ve table No restonsi'illily will be taken for more thun one incorrecl ii»- seitioi. of anv clobsilieu ad. Advertising irdered Jor irrt Jar Jtot-riioiis Ittic Uie one I rale. Fhone 306 or 30'/ condilion. 293-J. O. M. Morgan, MULBERRY and CATALPA posts at 709 Lake Street. 21p k29 K)R SALE—1932 Chevrolet Sedan Good condition. X, Courier News 7dh tl Pure bred Stoncvllle number 4 Cotton Seed $18 ton. See Mc- Dermotl Gin. or Black at Blylhevlllo 25pkl. RKAI--ESTATR Come in, list your real estate See what we liave to sell E, M. Terry' • Licensed Dealer Terrj-Worthington Title Co. Blytheville fboKt 617. Parii Autoirtph Market CHfers R«r« B»rgain» -..- „ that tome Kl'n'li' wrote'Jail, wlilo'h iievcr Iwld the dUtlnc- I more lellerp th«>> others,did. Tper? tjon of being "burglar proof," Is ' IS a .lAviJ.!«kt»r hv Calhprlnri de " I'ARIS (UPf^l»«»t>if.e 8 Ot p«jl Klnjj hav« Men 'collected for the Pirtj market and «uUigrnph collector* now may bid for some o! tlw r»r«r relic* ot tl>»lr fancy. Letter* and parclunents of fumed Henry IV may be had for 116 to m frinc*; Louis XIV for 2.000 francs; Uouto XVI for 350, OUR Medici by offered for de 400 .francs. . asme .prloe If asked for, a hole 'u(. kpologyby Qhuilcjs' pick- Non-Burglar Proof Jail Offered For Sale CARR1EK MILLS. 111. <U1')— A for sale here. City officials ubandoneu use c(. the jail when burglurjh found little difficulty In "burglarizing" right- 6u(. "It Just Un'l any good as a jail," Douglu Tenner, president of the Village Board said, -the prisoners Kcl out as fast as they are put In. ycav 1033. The valuation fcr 1933,• upon which the 1934 taxes arc JBUSliNliSS DIRECTORY New and Used Futniture Bouun; and boid Stoves repaired—Any make Alvin Hardy 517 W. Ash. 20pkll-M EXPERT Typewriting and Adding MiicniHu Repairing. U. S. Blauk- cnsliin, 116 E- E° K - Cal1 ie5 " J 2lckll-2l " L7G. Moss Bljtheville's Cut Kate Undertaker 10p-kll-10 Wajon and Truck Covers made to order, any size, 9'V'xK' $410 up 9'*"il5' $5,50 up. Carney Awning Co. 113 S. First St. Blythcvllle, Ark MpUl-2? CLEANERS, TAILORS for Quality Cleaning tnone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners 12ckU-l It Pays to Look Nice Sent) Your Woc'.en Dresses to Unique Cloning Service Phone 171 20c kli-2 AUTOMOTIVE ^>ay & Night Service Station Complete' Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Tune Milton Sternberg Phone 605 19c kll-1 Call 308-Red's riact-118 £. M»' For Auto Paintinj _* Ecdy arrt Fender Service Formerly with Shousc-1-i FOR RENT UHNISHED or Unfurnished 4 room apartment with heat.- Phone 07 or 571. 28c kl iovcmbcr 1st. 5 room house with heal South 10th St. .Telephones 97 and 571. The next time a locomotive breaks down near St. Louis, they'll just call out Washington University's linemen to clear the tracks. Liiw COach Gale Bullmun hns had his boys out shoring gondolas around to develop power, and above .you see them in action. The coach, incidentally, Is fdtlng a fre« ride tsdern 3 room furnished or unfurnished apartments, newly dec- rated, over .K'rby Drug Co. Also buildine adjoining Roxj Theatre F. Simon, 120 W. Davis. i;i,l 764. -270 klO-lii STORE, 4 room bungalow with acie ot land at North Sawba, vi mile west of cemetery. ,E. P. .Plnk- erton, Route 1, Box 86. S4pk27. Southern Girls Pkk Physicians for Hubbies NEW OKI-BANS (UPl-Sociology students , at • Newcomb College for Women - prefer - doctors for Husbands. Next, they would have lawyers; civil engineers; hankers; brokers; preachers; innyors; accountants; soldiers;'snilors; bookkeepers; filling station,qwners; clothing clerks; auto mechanics; traveling salesmen; WANTED TO RENT Wanted 1 or 2 Furnished light housekeeping rooms. E. E. Rich, , Frisco Station. 24ck21 locomotive'engineers; policemen, miner's purse, that order, and, finally, black-; money, miss smiths. The women -were given turir choices of. 18 listed occupations, for their -husbands-to-be. Ifl font Wari-ri f rvstal h " c because the participant* for- au tent waicn u-ysiai _ ol Io bi . |Hg n]ong flow _ rs Cost Pair 5172.50 | A party of • distinguished guests NEyy ORLEANS CUP)—Recovery 'rom France and Montreal sath o fa 50-cent wrist watch glass coil eicd near ihe city hall to pay trl Mrs. Marine Warner, New Orleans, bute to Viiumielln, noted Dieppe $80 -in ciish and a check for $20.-1 navigator ot the 18th Century, an 50 'io place n wreiith on his mouu Mrs. Warner iind her daughter' "lent. Greetings were exchange Merc at early muss when the glass Speeches were made. And then tl fell out of the daughter's watch, ceremony was called off. Somebod, They left the pew to find the .slas,s ii Is explained forgot to bring til and returned to discover Mrs. War- «rrath. to aiacovLr nn». ««i- .1 which contained the I Read-Courier News Want A(ls, I Collete Hcglslratrallons Down COUVALL16, Ore. (UP)—Rcgl: I acL- nf Wreath (ration figures for Oregon Sla LacK oi "leaiij ColleBo have rcachcd 2089 Th Called Oil Ceremony indicates an approximate eight per MONTREAL (UP)—An Intcrna-1 cent drop from last year at this tional ceremony was called off'lime. HEY .CHUMP, USEN ? CUT UOOK UKE NO TEtJEUAL VAW UP BRUSH iTO LOOK LIKE YOU TWEY M\GHT KEEP V STREETS,OM MXOUNT OF T=RKS.HTEN\N' KVDS ?-— VKNOW, I 6OT USED TO TACE IN TH^ fA\RUOR,UNTIL '• CLYDE CALLS N\Y WTEWT\ON TO ' • HOW MUCH ME AN YOU V-OO« ' ,U V<E -^-THEN -.SEEIKT VOU, CONVINCED rAE'IOU&VATTO OU6HT TO TAKE VOUR V^CETO A TO LOOK UKE ME, IT WILL SPLENOID TOR r/iE,\N EMXDING STRAYED I 1-BLACK Yearling Steer, wetghl about 370 Its., has split in left ear. Last seen on Ed Parish place, mile northeast of town. Any information phone 1S2 or 286. 25p k28 PERSONAL Flues Cleaned, repaired, inspected Work guaranteed. W.- -W. Book- •rVCall. 100. 13p kll-l'J ACCOUNTANT open to take care sets of books Installation of, •ystem for any business a special-' 7. Box 132, Blvtheville. 27p k31 ^ LARGEST STOCK USED PART- Between Memphis and St. Loui> Also Auto -C-.lass — Phone G5 JACKSON AX5TO FAUTS CO. nni"- Moscnitoes Calaria AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car whil< you wait. Call us for better service. Phone 633. Shonse-Little Chevrolet Co. lOckll-l' HARRISBURG. 111. (UP)— uroximatcly 40 pier cent, of the mosquitoes in this area- arc' carriers of malarii fever germs, Prof. J. M. Welch of the University of Chicago said after a survey here. Prof. Welch said he believed lhat with the exception of some areas in -Missodri, this section -had a larger percentage ot malaria carrying mosquitoes than any other section in the United States. Prepare Your Car for Winter Wlllard Batteries-Eve ready Prestonc Amrr Heavers - A. C. Spark Flu* UTJBBAKD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dtpt. 17c k3 AQIO Glass All limris insulted The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. iCc- kll-iu \VRECKtR SERVICE Ctill us when you need a wrecker Day and Night Service. Call 633 Shonse-littls Crevrolet Co. 10ckll-IO Batter/ & Radlitor Serrice We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for ICES money Any make radiator repaired or re- cored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 633. Shoosc-Little Chevrolet Co. 10ckU-10 New Fortl Batteries KrnUl - Recharging - Kcpalrir. 0 171 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 25o kll-2 For Promni B»tltry Service phone 8 Ben Clone DOGS, I'ETS For Healthy Dogs fetd Miller's Ration & Q«lch Luncli 1IUBBARD HARDWARE CO. llckll-ll BUILDING MATERIAL ~ WALL PAP E R Single r:om lots ?1.00 2,000 rolls old pattera 1 ! at Gc 13-M MAYFLOWER line IOC to 20c E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 23c klO-ii!) SPOUTING GOODS Vuu will fliid a complete line of NEW MODKL BICVCLKS at Hubbard Hardware Company. ISckll-lC COAL 4c WOOD Before you. buy Coal—You can save money. Plione 173, Corner Railroad and Ash Sis. Bnrtnlck's Coal Yard. ISc klO-20 ANOTHER UOOM 3?-!r.*J*T.l,^?.rr;?'!t Tr.Tnf.Tcii no en WASH TUMBS ^ - -. -me wr- ui ,> TO 6K6L6TOW rREEK .- ALR6ADW THE-POPULATION IS OVER. l.OOO. CAaiKB.-TENTS, ftND STORES SEEMS (40 END OF IT. ADOZEI4 OR SO STRIKES ARE M&OE EVERV OAV. Leading Boy RUSH OF PROSPECTORS TO SRH lS ASSUM1H& 1H6 PROPORTIOMS OF ^ H OLM HOSES OOMOVAH WORTH IH 10 OftV?, WASH,Eft5/, AND GA ftRE AVERfldlKG OVER^IOO. or MEW OPEMED |U A SlMGLG DftV.6PMBUN& AR6 OW ALL SIDES. A" CHANCE FOR POSITIVE PROOF! M 1 I ulhMT IT :-HESHKtULto!&€.T A HW.F FRieo CH!CV;t.M OM TofsSTl. AN ui/riMATinvn- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I; Y6A.BO...YOO fg«is: & \. MEAKI CRASH W; : . '(RT THIS TMaooifri..yoi/a WE. f40W~.l WAVJT.-TMM PLkV! COT OUT THE GBANDSTAWO STUFF, SET 1'H ' . CAUUDSOl) ONI THIS /ILL' IVE" sji|p Is FO« Owh GpQo....fW5 'is V LAST CHANC6. 1 . IT'S •'•'"> " OLP VICTORIES.... ) IS MAWGIKJ' !-, EU.FPEC^LES J THEW, UP...WHAT / AGAtK rtE j . PLAYS;.' j IMPRESSIVE, TVIEIR. BEAUTIFULLY, SHADYSIPE RODE BOYS TO A TUMe OF 10 TO 6 A musical proiliSJ wlio knows lii: instruniGiit.i Is nine-year-ok Jacklo Held (atwve), who showed audiences lu Kuslmd and Ireland a-thlng or two about conducilnf orchestras. The young conductor a native o( St Louis, Is showu ai be'arrived iu f< c( ' York to direct an orchestra tuevs.

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