The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1935 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 15, 1935
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1935 _BLVTHEVILLK, (ARK.r COURIER NEWS "' * I l^,il:'ttn\t l.!!"i PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION J/aily rate per line lor consecutive insertions: (Five average words to n line) One time per line lOe Two times per Une per tlay .. 08o Tlirce lirnes per line per day ., 050 Six times per line pet day .. Oic Month rate per line GOc Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered lor tlu'ce or six times mill stopped before expiration will- be charged Tor tlie number of times Iho ad appeared aua adjustment ol bill made. All raassifleo. ''Adytrlls'lrig copj submitted by'persons rcsldine outside, of the oily uiusi be'accom- panied by casn. Kates-, may easily computed ivom above taole No; reipoHslbimy will be taken for more tiiau one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Adrei tising ordered for Irresulai Insertions luKe me uue tluiu. rait. Business" Directory | Filling. 5 taticm&> MAKE YOUR HOME MORE ATTRACTIVE <Si IIORE "COMFORTABLE With Otis Awnings Mndc-to-order Made-lo-Order, Our Prices Best Carney Awning Co.. , •' ''STOP: AT • •' • • •. . HARRY BAILEY'S 'ho is 'now,: handling MARATHON QAS & OILS, having clisiiieed rom Texaco us lie feels in (lie tarnllion' thai he can give the ubiio more for their money. "Best 11 the Long JSuii." i'ersunai Our Complete Line of Builders Material & Glass of All Kinds Is Our Specialty. Farm Wagon & Mule Disc For Sale Cheap. JESSEWEBB Lumber Co. I W. Main at Cotton Bell R. R. Phone '215. DICK'S CAKE Across street from Kress — -The Home of GOOD BATS. STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, INDIGESTION victims, why- suf-. for? For quick relief get u free sample of Udga-, a doctor's prescription, at Kirby Bros. Drug Company. OAMK OF CHECKERS This time have moved to 116 S. FRANKLIN ST., near Blytheville Hospital, where you can get a 30 day treatment of PELLAGRA medicine for $5. Complete treatment, 335. Phone 2<H! , . . H. C. Campbell Feeds, Seeds FOE SALE—Com and Hay. See J. W. Bader, Blytheville, Ark. lie k!8 BEE HIVE ALFALFA, ALL KINDS 'FIELD & GARDEN SEED HIGHEST QUALITY Oberst Store Co. Radios USED RADIOS FOR SALE RADIO SERVICE \Ve repair your radio reasonably CAVI1T RADIO CO Glencoe Bidg.—Phone 233 Automotive Special prices on Auto Accessories, Tires and Tubes. Guaranteea Batteries $3.95. Auto Tops <& Siac- 'curtains 51.50 up. Alcohol 75c gal. Car heaters $1.50 up. Cylindei Heads, Floor Mats. Scrap iron metal in demand WOLF ARIAN - - 128 E. Main GARAGE Garland M. Morgan - Auto repairing—"V-8" Service For Reasonable Prices Phone 42k Yarbro road near Morgan Utilities FOR BATTERY SERVICE Ben Chine 201 W. Ash Phone 8. "Garage Man" We have n complete stock of Tools, Special Wrenches, •?tc. When you cet a chance Ccme around mid look them over. Hubbard Tire & Battery Company AUTO GLASS ABK.-M.O LUMBEIi CO, PHONE W Wanted To Buy COTTON SEED, CORN AND COTTON. GOOD PLANTING COTTON SEED I'OR SALE. S«e Us for Best Prices Harold Steinberg at STEEtNBERG COTTON' CO. Shoe Repairing TRUE I1LUE SHOE SHOI' ACROSS FROM KUESS Reduced prices lor, stiori. time Quality Shoe Shop We offer Belter Shoe 'Repairing •.because \vc have the Finest and Best* Equipped Shop. Just installed new McKay Stitcher to sew on half or whole soles ol any Ladies Shoes. New Spray Machine dyci shoes any color. Shoe laces, polish and cream. Our prices arc lowest. New Harness Machine, sews any kind ol harness, brief cases, handbags, elc. Equipped to do any kind of Harness Repairing. Nice selection ot high grade shoes cheap, o. L. Green, rsiral representative, will call on you. FBEE DELIVERY'—CALL 120 WE CAN MAKE THOSE SHOES GOOD ENOUGH FOR THS REST OF THE BAP WEATHER. Progressive Shoe Shop 103 S. 2nd Street HEADQUARTERS For All The Farmer Needs We have a large supply of Mississippi county's best Middte Breakers and Cultivators. Molinc & A very Let us demonstrate the accur» acy of Duplex Hoppers on our Planters. We also carry Shares to nt All Flows. Harness Complete outfitters for Horses and Mules, Large Stock of Bute Garden oeed, Field Seed & Flower Bulbs. Our Price is Right, Our Quality Right, We Treat you Right. Stop in and see if this is BIGHT. PAULBYRUM 120 E. Jtain St. Springtime Is the Time to Remodel and linpraye -Your Farm Property 'fALK WITH US ABOUT FENCING - ROOFING WATER SYSTEMS PLUMBING - PAINT HUBBARD HDW. CO. Remodel Your Home With a genuine RUBBEKOID ROOF 5% Interest, 3 Years to Pay East Arkansas Builders Supply Co. WELDING & MACHINE WORK Blytheville Machine Wks. 2ND & ASH—PHONE 803 Phone 100 E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. For inlormation On Floor Finishing or New Floors over Old Jack Finky Robinson Sells Weslmghousc Refrigerators & Farm Light Plants 5 Year Guarantee - 3 Years to Pay Call 3SO COPPER WEATHER STB1F Saves fuel at small cost Arkmo Lumber Co. Cash Feed Store Field Seed - Gitnlcn Seed Flour and Meal Purina Feed, Highest Cash Prices I'aid l r or Poultry and Eggs 112 E. Main - - I'hone 151 Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc BEhVICE & QUAIJ.TY AiiBULANCE Flume 26 D. R. Hall Aih Plat,. Ark., Cobblestone Contractor and Builder. Rocks furnished if desire^, FOR BBAOTTFUIj FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOn SANDER ARKMO'LUMBER CO. BUY FURNITURE NOW PAY THIS FALL Get Our Terms HUBBAHD FURNITURE CO. Salesmen Wauled SALES WOMAN for (Catherine K & Kellogg Health garments, Mts ourl & Arkansas territory. Mrs •I. J. Davis, call 421 W. Hc-k21 Other ' needs lot- the car, OIGARETTES, low tux FRESH CRAPFIE & other good foods at our restaurant. OPEN DAY & NIGHT Oldest station at Missouri line Coal & Wood Why Buy Coal From Us? 1—30 years In business. 2—Quality pf coal bandied. 3—Prompt service. 4—Courteous treatment. 5—You get all you pay for. •Quality Group" distributed by Gay &. Billings Phone 76 My Caal Is Black Dul I Treat You While, Fill Ui> Now JOHN BUCHANAN - 1'HONK 107 Real Estate HOUSES FOR SAM; .703 and 105 South Uike •:.' 2 room House, S20Q 3 ropm House, $300 Or will'- sell both houses and lot for $000 ; Phone 100 - - E.' D. Ferguson •'Night Clubs HEW OKCI1ESTIU AT . CRESCENT ' WIGHT CLUB Joe Lclimcr and his Missouri Cotton Pickers Biggest A a piece orchestra between Memphis & S|. Louis DANCING EVERY NIGHT All for 50c Couple miles north Arkansas-Missouri 5 miles north Ark-Mo line on Highway 01 at Holland Silvc,- Moon Niglil Club 2!s miles nor Hi state lino Highway 61 Dancing Each Night Excellent music Dances Perfectly Conducted SOc Couple Eggs, Poultry FURNISHED 'A PART- TOO W. Wnlmil. 15C.MI' H[;iity (to> Aures good Hiver lunrt, [our rooitl good^ barn. j. W. liader '•> room PURNliTlBD Mi's. Wyalt Hmley, Utllp house, 'mlartineiit. call a?5-W. ck-lf FRONT BEDHOOM", i>hone •105 N. Droadwny, a3-ck-lt THONT ix'ti room, stcnm heat, hot b;ith, tjarage. I'lione 5UO. 30-ck-tf Partly ftnnislicrt APAHTMENT with good heatlns syatem. Phone 9V or 571, 16-6-tf Baby BABY CHICK3' Hiiluliliig Done fcr Ki? public MAlilLVN HATOilCKY BlyUiovllli!, Ark. Hatchery podo Np, 86 Cleaners, Tailors 'Hh two keys on II, peculliii 1 ahaped key with •800you'll. Owner may have sumo by. p»vUiS churgci. FOli IlKAt/l'H'U SAKB-Olir dry clcnnlng methods kill nil germs, Also prevent moths from working, rilONK 180, NIMVA CI.KANKRS Complete a chair UAHUUK shop equipment, VEIIV KUASONA1JLE, liill Sherwood, Holland, Mo. SHUNT, Cl.K.VN VI' jSiiils Cicnned s> Pressed 50o !" uls Ma ^ SOc Dresses 71$ HV1>SO>\ TAII.OU SllOl 1 Telephone'S3 3 YOUNG MULES C1IEA1'. Uellu Implements, Inc. Cull 80'.!. Next lo Armury. llic-klD We liuve ii very high Krtidc Unby Ciranrt Piano, also two Uprights lhal wo have collected largo suir We pay highest, casli price for nil'on. Will sell for small balance dr kinds of poi'llry. End of p«ve-|tm easy terms. Address: uicnl, 315 E. Main. B T WORTHY ben; Music Comimny, C«l>llol. Ultlc Kock. ums due Ilollen- ;t!5 West Hp-kl8 EGGS. sawba. :k!Uifs store, ton chtck- CASE, CKEAl 1 . < Wanted BOYS WANTED: To (io |)lc:isant{ crtncatlonal work afternomis and Saturdays. Good yay. Ages preferred; 12 to'15.'Apply'by letter lo J T Courier News. WANTED-Launclry Work, rough dry or finished. Each family's clothing washed separately by machine. Mrs. B. W. Mick, BIG Lake street. us W Highest CASH prices paid 'for POULTRY & EGGS Lowest CASH uriccs on highest duality Feed, Seed A Coal. FAKSlIiKS CASH I'lilil) & Slilil) CO. PHONK 121 HIGHEST MARKET' PRICES paid for all kinds of poultry at Ma- liiin's Gin. RICE ft FISHER For Kent 3 rootri completely lurntslicd apart- mcnl, garage. 120 uouean. phone 785-J. H-ck-lf (111 Five passenger Packard sedan car \vtlh less limn 30,000 miles on it, In good vimnliig condition, 1035 license, will sell cheap or trade for good span of iiuilcs. J. W. Baclcr. 'Fiu'iiiturc WANTED—2nd Hand FURNITURE DOCK DAVIS, 108 K. MAIN Beds, .springs fr, mallrcsses clicap BUY FURNITURE NOW PAY THIS FALL Get 'Our Terms 1IUUIIAKU VUKNn.'iJHK CO. 'Repairing Farm lools Servicing liUY FURNITURE HOW PAY THIS FALL Get Our Terms UimUAUU FUllNlTUItE CO. Hotels Peabociy. Holel lll'.i E. Main SI. Steam heal and hot water. Rooms 50c, 75e and Jl. Si'liCIAL \VliKKLY KATES Room i mid Board We lopf-lr nil ' 802 "I I'AUM . Fngidaire Service ONLY FIRM HAVING 2 FACTORY TRAINED, MEN SERVICING ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS . ' E. B. Gee Sales Go. PHONE (17 The lislil emitted by elowwornis the same effect' on plioto- B'aphic iilatcs as Hint of X-rays. W5 tJOpiSB fsr'i .ton' triick T Ar" • liirrijifi&'jyo. '8W.512. 'Owno'r may idvt' -"sfinjo • by calltn? «i. coucler oti 'aiifi-{laying chkiges. . NOTICE OK SCHOOL Piii'sunnt lo A\I No. :io o[ 1935, l JWC|cd ty Hie OciiGntl Assembly it the State of Arkansas, said N THET BL'YTHBVILLE MUN^ IOIPAL COURT, BliYTHEVlLLE, ARKANSAS, , Arthur E. Gamble, Plainllf!, vs." 0. T. Bopnc, Jr., Dufendant. WAHNJNG OHDER Tlie'dufeiidant. 0. T. Boouc, Jr., s hereby wnrnwl to appear within •iO days in liiLi comi to answer ho complaint of the pluhiUH, Arhur E. Oaihule. FRANK WIimVORTH, ' Clerk. Harrison, Smith & Taylor,. 'Attys. 22-1-8-15 tcjioo)...eUclions,. at the. folloivin? (Klllfti; Ploces In salt! Dlstilct, to- QOSNELL, ^OHOOL BUtLDlNO. Olvcn under authority ol > tlio Bo'ard o( Directors o'l.sald DJs- (rlcl, this 21sl.- dny or Feluu- 'ftry, ,1935.' '': , , ' WINNIE VIROIL TURNER, County Examiner of Mi$sls- si|)))l Comity, Aikfli)-(is. -,' 22-1-8-15 to. Both Gun and Cash AKRON, O, (UP)— A one-nrinett lioldiip man's huriy lo lake the money ami get out, cost htm'.ln loot here because he had to put his 'gun in his pocket lo ginu tlia cash, ... •..-. John LuciiSi-iH-optlctor of a con' fectionery, iB will! the 'robber after the man hnd put' aWay lil.sgtin to grab, the money Lucas tyuidcri him. D«l the lonc-wlngrd robber struggled free •andvflcil, without cash. NOTICE OF ANNUAL .SCHOOL 'ELKCTIpN . Notice is hereby Blven Unit the iinininl 'school' election in'Oosnell Special'School District No. 8 of Mississippi County, Ark u nsas,: will Ix; held'between-the hours of. 2:00 P. M. n»d G;30 l>. M. on the -ISlh day of ^Inrch, lOaa. nt -which lime the (.'lectors i'f Bald District I iv'ill vote upon', the 'qiiestlon of- electing a Dii-cctofs, and the Question of "voting a'school tax Including' a 7 mill building fund tax to be collected annually on the assessed valuation ot Die tiixablc properly hi-Uip-District, bcelnnliw with the tn$efi_ collected In -1933, lo rcp&j Ihc'prlnolpal iiiid interest of a pbposcci- rormulme bond Issue of »15,000-which will run for ;«) years, or tlxronfih the year IOCS. Such election shall bu heta In suld District-on tlm day mid at the time above sot out, and ollicr- wlse in. Ufa same munncr us provided by liiw for holding annual JOINING FORCES! jAWRIGHT, YOU PELL&S-OOMT WORRY i ABOUT 7HAT : LEM1AN MU&.' HE THEVRE CROMAGS, ) BUY WHAT A60Uf AW, I COULDN'T FIWD> WE'LL DO 'EM-SO,WHEW 1 SAW,/ BEST TO HELP THESE POOR LXJ&iS, WE XMOW WHATV':" LIKE YOU IT MEANS TO XMOOUIAIMS, ]&£, DRIVEN "FROM OUR . FROM OVER TH' &I& RIVER - f-'OUMD 'EM STARVIM& IM TH 1 JUNGLE.' THE CAROJFRS YOU WERE GOIN& TO GET, TO HELP US DRIVE THE LBMIANS OUT OF MOOT I WONT GO ANYWHERE, .' FOR A SPELL - ,—^ - WHO ARt CMOW up/ t^ /'YOUR V \ I.OOKIM& \ .^•h. ^< KWOCKED TH' STUFFIWS OUTA OH TUNK.VVE'LL GIVE THEKl A HAND, EH? WEN WE WERE 'TAClkEO SA6ANS NICE WORK 300X6 . Wt'Rt KAa<. HOME . WVY.H HOV-j I tviER THPW« Vftu ? , VOOW 1 TffiR.t'p A DROP CXObER 60 WE CAN 6EE. BETTER.! IT BE TO AS IF Ooti PAR.T OF 103 OMt VROM OP A, AY ASH TUBUS MOKK AIYSTKRY! C AFTER HE'D HEARD US TALK ABOUT MAVWG A LOT O 1 MONEY, WASH,' YOU WERE A FOOL TO HIRE THIS GUY. BUT WE ser BACK, TO BOARDVfe YACHr SOMEHOW, AW HE Looks HOMKr. TH 1 VACWT'S (SOME , LIKEABLINKIN 1 PIRATE! i _AND HIS FRIENDS SEEING IS BELIEVING! - LIEUTEWAKTT, -Yt-uVs V/AST6D A LOT OF MY TIME .' WAS WCTHNS BUT BEAMS IM THOSE CASES,'/ BUT, COMMANDER I HAVE REA5OKI Tt> BELIEVE THAT A PLOT IS ' LoOk HERE, COM MADDER .' A.POWEfJH/L EXPi-OSJWE 'SPEAKS FOR p-t>AwwY'....LOOK.' HE WAS SIMPLY A "[HRILC AN& WHILE' ASJO IF YOU TMIWk I'M <30lhK3 TO HAVE DOZEMS <X CA5ES OP£N60,-R3 SATISFY VOUF? SUSPICIONS,.Yoirss .< r MISTAKEN !.'

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