The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 1, 1933
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1933 BLYTHEVILIJ!. QARK.) COURIER HBW8 PAGE NVE; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally raje per line ror consecu- Ihe Insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per lino 10c Two limes per Hue per day .. 03c Inree tlnics per line per day .. 06c faix times per lino per day .... 05c Month r»t« per lln« Minimum charge 50c Ada ordered lor three or six times and stopped before explra t;on v.ill be charger 1 , for the nunv her of times tte ad appeared am adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising cop lulmitted by persons residing out Bida of the city must be accom innled by cash. Rates may b easily computed from above tabl No responsibility will be take for more than one Incorrect hi ccitiou of any classified ad. Advertising crdered for irreg lor insertions take the one tin rate. Phone 306 or .307 100 riiones 123 No Price Advance Yet On FAMOUS SAHARA COAL "Hoi As the ucseri Sands" !•; C. ROU1NSON L.UMUKK CO. 31)0 kll-AI HONE 107 BUCHANAN •Our Coal is Blue* Bat We Tieut You White." ac Kll-U Inaugurating Girl Scout Week in Capital .^^.^^^..^^^•••^^^••••••••^•••^••^••^•^•^•••••••T^TT'SJL t' • nM *TT*^?^Rn Survey Shows Negroes Hurdeit Hit by Slump I'Oll SALK AUSTIN COUPE, perfect running condition. O. M. Nforann, Phone 93-j Xdi: kll-23 1029 Ford CBiipc. 1P30 Chevrolet Coup?, both good condition, at- ractive prices. 1221 Holly St. 31pk3 Pure bred Stoneville number 1 Cotton Seed $18 ton. See McDermott or Black at ,Blylhevlllc Gin. 25pkl. u benellU ot the NRA. The report charges the Negro receives lltllc attention as purl of I he social scheme cluiinn normal limes, but In perliida of slrctis, as tcd 20.8 per cent receiving relief ' | froiii Ihla agency." Material fcr Hie report was Bothered by Ira A, Rold,_hcad of iho League's research department, and T.'A-Hin, director ot Industrial relations for the organization. of a PIANOS, small size, bargain, F. W. Carlcck, Phone 33. 30p kJ CHEAP—1031 Chevrolet Coach. In quire at 117 S. Broadway. 30[> k3 HEAL ESTATE BUSINESS DIRECTORY^ Etc Us for Seller and General Blacksmith Work by John Wade. Tom Howaru'i Machine Shop. New and Used Furniture Bought and Sold Stoves repaired—Any make Alvin Hardy 517 W. Ash. 20i>kU-20 EXPERT Typewriting and Addint Machine Repairing U. S. Blank- tnship, 11C E. Kosc. Call Come in, list your'real estate Set what we have to sell E. M. Terry larensed Dealer Terry-Worlhin&ton -Title Co. Blythevllle Phone. 017. 1 • 23ckil-23 PERSONAL Flues Cleaned, repaired, inspected Work guaranteed. W. W. B~~- er, Call 100. ]3 P k LEGAL NOTICES L. G. Moss Bljthevllle's Cat Rate Undertaker 10p-kll-10 Wagon and Truck Covers made to order, »ny siic, 9'4 n xl2' H-10 »P ffffiy 55^0 up. Carney Awning Co. 113 S. First St. Blythcii-illf. ArV 23pWl-2 CLEANERS, TAILORS tor Quality Cleaning phone 180 • Barnes KuWa Cleaners Tt Pays to Look Nice Send Your Woclen Dresses to Unique Cfcsning Service Phone 171 20c' kll-2 AUTOMOTIVE WAUNIXO ORDER N THE CHANCERY COURT OF CHICKASAWBA UtSTBIC T MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, ames Pet away, Plaintifl,. vs. No. 5U02 Villie Petaway, DeffndnnL. The deicndani Willie Pettuvay 1 varned to appear within thirty day n Hie court named in the captioi lereof and answer the complain of tlie plaintiff James Petaway. Dated this 31 day ot October, 1933 R. L. GAINES, Clerk By Elizabeth Blythe. D. C Roy Nelson (Atty. ad Litem) Edw. B. Cook (Atty. for Ptl.) 1-8-15-2 -l Harvesting Machine Ready SHELLEY,' Ida. (UP)—Dzsignc to reduce cost or harvesting suga beet crops 60 per cent, H. S Hr.rkor, Shelley, lifts invented dlgijlug and topping. machine. Tin: model docs • the work 'of several men, diggini;, toppiuy- and piling the beets all in one.action. Drawn by cither horses or tractor,'.it, also soris and leads the product. Day & Night Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Sternbcrg Thonc 605 19c kll-19 Call 308-Kcd's Tlacc-118 E. Main For Auto 1'aintlns Body ar.d Fender Service Formerly with Shousc-l.ittle Co. 26c k11-20 .WHO ? S WHO In'the-Supreme Court IS'o. G—Pierce Bullcr LARGEST STOCK USED PARTS Between Memphis and St. Loul> Also Auto niass — Phone W JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. 2c kll-l AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car while you wait, call us for better service. Phone 633. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. 10ckll-10 Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise Tircs-Battrrics - Replacement Parts HUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dcpt. Ickl5 Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. lOc kll-10 WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker, i)ay and Night Service. Call 633 Shonse-Uttlc Crcvrolct Co. 10ckll-10 Battery & Radiator Service We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for less money Any make radiator repaired or ro- cored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt, batteries. Call 633. Stousc-Littlc Chevrolet Co. 10ckll-IO New Ford Batteries RcnUl - Rtchnrging - Rcpairirj 777 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 25c kll-25 For Prompt Battery Service Phone 8 Ben Clone 2ckll-2 DOGS, PETS J-'or Healthy Dogs feed Miller's Ration & Qoick Lunch HUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. llckll-H SI'OUTING GOODS You will find a complete line of NEW MODEL BICYCLES at Hnbbard Hardware Company. 16ckll-10 COAL & WOOD tf are cxrloslvc agents for inil Genuine Montcvalln Coal and Sipsy- Arkansas Anthraclle and Kentucky Coals. Thone 417 F,. F. Fry Wondrr City Coai Company Oc kll-3 Pierce niiller of Minncsolc s'nowni here in a new photograph naturally is a conservative—an ex treme reactionary, declare his or pononls. Butler is n foe of the nnsse say his critics; a bnlancc whcc in the courl. a bulwark again radicalism, assert his backers. For a score of years he was re garded as the foremost railroad a' torr.ey in the country. A rutlilc. fighter for the corporations that retained him. his record is featured by the aggressiveness with which he fought liberal or radical movements. By his foes he is branded us an enemy of free speech and his stand on denial of citizenship to pacifists and his vigorous support of sviidtenlism laws uroiifed" the wrath ol the co'.mtrys' leading lib- Juiticc Butler was named to tlic supreme courl in 1822. , Hie present, he comes prominentl lo the front because he is less able city streets today ?, ilinn Uio white hmn. ,... fullle search for work, one of ever |>erson living In the extreme cold Cook County, Illinois, len Is n Ncgvo, according to 11 rc- of the far north Is almost Identi- , buiden of public weltnro gave re- , porl Issued uy the National Urbnn cal with that of one who resides llcl lo 10,304 Negro families In Chl- Unguc, which is directing In the steaming tropics. , iralgn to aid Ihe Negro In oulalu- OUR BOARDING HOUSE =11 : WA\T UNTtV. HE fVNEETS THOSE ! . CHA.T>S t WELL,KID-HOW \>0 I LOOK. WITH TH' WOUSTNCME AN' TH' A WNCSR -FOR ,TO TH'THIRD CHIN \ —'-SO CONVINCING ,TVW VOU CUT TO TK' KITCHEN NOW, WKS. HOOPU& WOULD TrV ., "BttOOM WOULDN'T I PASS TOR 6OIN' OUT A AID —OR HOGGIN 1 LUNCH "7— NOW, TO CINCH WHO LOOWW6 TOR HAVE TO TXD IS 60 KROUNO BRACiGIN'-TELL A LOT OF Secretary ol Agriculture, Inaugurated "National Oirl Scout Week After" Mrs. Henry Wallace, wife of t n Washington, o group of children from n local settlement house cam: 10 Girl Scout licadcjunrlers, n hon-ii- here, to get some ideas on scoutcrafl. From left to right are Mrs. Horncc V/cscott, Girl Scoi Commissioner of Washington, D. C., a girl scout reading to the children, Mrs. Henry Wallace find he daughter Jean (extreme right). R°-|smne of the "auto An! Croo Wripplintr HIUO Tree micciiug Inry Club was told recently by W. Invented in 1854 jCiirllon Starkcy, president of a ! Bulgers U> be injured. .hcclln, car. Stark STEVE SI'KAKS FROM EXI'ERIENCEI BOOTS AND HKR~mn>DlKS DUMMO HOVto V-bftt "WKV or \ H^tVi'T KNOWN vouo fctTVER ff NOU y <UR 1\ t'ROSrERITV: WASH TUBBS I SHOVJ US HOM VOU I GtXDFlEtD, MU.TU6BS. v --i—a—- EQUIP PORTABLE -SHftCKS OM THEIR lAKB CLftlM 'So^ Cie W.M6 UP. -r^lRGO^ OUTPUT LEAPS FROM feVOO TO OVER »2,OOOftPW BOV. VWOTTft LIFE' SAM GOKS HUNGRY 1 P.BOUT soc^e. Mice ! CHOP SUEY? 6liWE35.( I'Ve. FOOD 1A^ HEPiO's IM lOCKSUTHERLAND FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FAVOUSPITTCCMt HALP SPINHER, CASJRH'S 'P^ &A'- 1 - ^LAT PASS,OVER , 5C03ES A 7bOCHDOW>J,Pl)TTlH<; MEM OUT IKJ FROW7" BY A SCOBe Or 6 To O-- -HE Jtiit-aim, v-Scn prepcr!)' a lifcpSy ux-4 it is Ihe cauas c( J kl of biolm noso an iV pv&on. Rules saic ilia', i bill rawi my «« hli hamii « antu vi i.'ard off laclclm. &.! "hen a nmvr ddicra:* dodJa u ? hu fa a« u it o^ lK( mJ of hi UlS ann,.hj u guky of Scg use EtJTIRS TGAWS SEEW TO B£ PILED OH TOP Of PASSWG.BV BOTH r.. v.h.-ji a KiH tamer n en u a*»y fic.Mi-amuns « Mowtay *• i^* •^ t:re Has lo IK ngh! on l« w^

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