The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1935 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 20, 1935
Page 5
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^WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 193G BLYTIIEVILLE, (AEK.E JCOUIUEB NEWS PAGE FIVB CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION •Daily rafe per line for consecutive insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per lino ids Two limes per line per day .. 08c Three times per line per day .. one Six times per line per day .. Me Month rate per line 60e Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered lor three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged 'for the number ot times the ad appeared uud adjustment of bill made, All Ciussiflea Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of tlie city must, be accompanied by cash. Rates may i, easily computed from above table. No responsibility will bo taKc tar more than one Incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Advertising ordered for Irregular insertions take the one time rate. USED CAR BARGAINS 193t CHEVROLET MASTER COACH 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER COUPE 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH 1932 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH <ii 1933 FORD TUDOR "£37^ IS3U 1'ONTIAC SEDAN din '| C Wia DE SOTO SEDAN ffi>l,ir «Ji>l<iu> 11)32 FORD V-8 1930 DODGE SEDAN 1931) FOUD COUPE 1160 mi CHEVROLET 1J4 TON TRUCK 'i? 1 * 1931 FORD V-8 TRUCK 11)33 CHEVROLET >< TON PICK-UP .... 'il 1923 FORD li TON PANEL TRUCK ... 1 fl 3 3 INTERNATIONAL \'., TON PICK-UP .. '< J933 NABOBS TRAILER— Large I! o it y, Dual Wheels 51) Olhcr llsccl Cars lo Select From For Better Used Car Bargains Sea CHEVROLET CO. 301 W. Walnut Blytheville Automotive Special prices on Auto Accessories, Tires and Tubes. Guaranteed Batteries 53.95. Auto Tops & Stdc- curlains $1.50 up. Alcohol T5c gal. Car healers $1.50 up. Cylinder Heads, Floor Mais. Scrap Iron metal in dcm.ind WOLF AKIAJi - - 128 E. Main CAKAGK Garland M. Morgan Any Make of Auto Repairing For Reasonable Puces Phone 420 Yarbro road near Morgan Uti FOR. BATTERY SERVICE Ben Clune 201 W. Ash Phone 8, Business Directory i Filling Gash Feed Store Field Seed - Garden Seed Flour and Meal Purina Feed Highest Cash Prices Paid For Poultry and Eggs 112 E. Main - - Phone 154 MAKE YOUR HOME MORE ATTRACTIVE & MORE COM- FORTAI1LE With Oils Awnings Made-to-order Maclc-lo-Order. Our Prices Best Carney Awning Co. CON G RATULATIONS lo the men ol Blytheville for cooperating with the Business and Professional Women's club In giving (he housewives of Blytheville a holiday tonight. and CONGRATULATIONS to Mrs. J. G. Barnes The First Woman Mayor. May the women of BlythcvJiJe continue to have a lead in community allairs. Jesse Webb Lumber Co, 1'lioue 215 West Main at Co ( l"n Belt K. B Springtime Is the Time to Remodel and Improve Your Farm Property TALK WITH US ABOUT FENCING - HOOPING WATER SYSTEMS PLUMBING - PAINT HUBBARD HDW. CO. Remodel Your Home With a sciiuino RUBBEROID I! OOF 5% Interest, 3 Years to pay East Arkansas Builders Supply Co. Phone 20 WELDING & MACHINE WORK Blytheville Machine Wks. . 2ND & ASH--PHONE 808 Phone 100 E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. For information On Floor Finishing -or New Floors over Old COPPER WEATHER STBIP Saves fuel at Email cost Arkmo Lumber Co. Cobb Undertaking Co., be SEI-.V1CE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Phone K D. R. Hall : Ash Flat, Ark., Cobulestojjc Contractor and Builder. Rocks lur- nislied if desired. FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOK SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. For Sale FOR SALE—Green pea hay, Mrs, Louise Chapman, Armorel, Ark. 20p k27 Two Jersey cows, now fresh, heavy milkers. Gentle, sure to please. Mrs. N. W. Brigham, Route 1, Barfield road. 19-pk-22 "Garage Man" We have a complete stock of Tools, Special Wrenches, etc. When you ect a chance Come around, and look them over. Hubbai'd Tire & Battery Company AUTO GLASS AEK.-MO LUMBER CO PHONE 40 Hotels Peabocly Hotel 11U4.E. Main St. Steam heat and hot water. Rooms 50c, 75 c and $1 SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES Room and Board Cleaners, Tailors SPRING CLEAN UP Suits Cleaned <b Pressed 50c Hats Blocked boc Dresses 7Sc HUDSON TAILOll SHOP* Telephone 53 TOR HEALTH'S SAKE—Our dry cleaning methods kill all germs, Ako prevent moths from worklni PHONE 180, NtMVA CLEANLRS 3 YOUNG MULES CHEAP. Delta Implements, Inc. Call 802. Next to Armory.' 5-ck-tf Complete 2 chair BARBER shop equipment, VERY REASONABLE. Uiil Sherwood, Holland, Mo. i 15p-k22 Five passenger Packard sedan car with less' than 30,000 miles on it, in good running condition, 1935 license. Will sell cheap or trade tor good span of mules. J. \v. Bader. Shoe Repairing Quality Shoe Shop We offer Better Shpc Repairing because we have the Finest and Best Equipped Shop. Just, Installed new MctCay Stitcher to' sew 'on half or whole soles of any Ladies Shoes.. New Spray Machine dyes shoes any,color. Siioc laces, polish and cream. Our prices arc Lowest. New Harness Machine, sews any kind of harness, brief cases, handbags, etc. Equipped lo do any kind of Harness Repairing, Nice selection of high grade shoes cheap. O. L. Green, rural representative, will call on you. FREE DELIVERY—CALL 120 WE CAN MAKE THOSE SHOES GOOD ENOUGH FOR TH* REST OF THE BAD WEATHER. Progressive Shoe Shop 103 S. tod Street TRUE BLUE SHOE SHOP ACROSS FROM KRESS Reduced prices for short line. STOP AT HARRY BAILEY'S ivho Is JKHV handling MARATHON GAS & OILS, having changed from Texaco ns he feels lit the Marathon that he can jivo the public more for their money. "Best in (lie Long Run." Other needs (or the car, CIGARETTES, low tax FRESH CRAPPIB & other good foods at our restaurant. OPEN DAY & NIGHT Oldest station at Missouri line Coal & Wood My coal Is lllack But J Treat You While, Fill Dp Now JOHN BUCHANAN - PHONG 10V Why Buy Coal From Us? 1—30 years In business. 2—Quality of coal handled. 3—Prompt service. 4—Courteous treatment. 5—Ycu get all you pay for. "Quality Group" distributed by Gay & Billings Phone 76 Salesmen Wanted Night Clubs • NEW CWCHESTHA AT CKUSCUNT NIGHTCLUB Joe Lelimer nnd his Missouri Cotton Pickers igffest & Best 8 piece orcliestm between Memphis & st'. Louis DANCING EVERY N1QHT All for 50c Couple 5 miles north Arkansas-Missouri 5 miles norm Ark-Mo line on Highway (ii jit Holland Moilurn a room FURNISHED - mvnt uver Klrby' Druij Store. K Simon, cult 76-1. ~ iD-ck-lt 3 room FUKNISI1KD AI'AllTMENT, Mrs. Lily HLsk, 209 \V. Kentucky. ,>11 I i,' J Silver Moon Niglil Club 2!a miles north state lino Highway 01 Dancing Each Night Excellent music Dii]ict-« Perfectly conducted 50c Couple M/KNISIJhTJ APARTMENT, 108 W. teiHutky. Phone 083. lO-iik-M io-i-k-tr Cull 1-10. I.KlH'r housekeeping rooms, lui'- iiMii'd or unfurnished, llcdi'ooms with or wllliout meals, Mrs. Clmrk's Bright, 119 W. Ash. 18c-k21 3 room cftinulclcly furnished npart- jnciu. Kiii-agc. 120 noiijjan. I'liono 'f«S-J. M-ck-tr 3 room FUKNIUIIIO) AI'AllT- MENT, 700 W. Walnut. 15c-k-tf 3 room FURNISHED apiulmcnl. Mrs. wyntt Henley, mil 335-W. ck-lf I-'HONT BEDROOM, Phone 203-M. I '105 N. Broadway. 23-ck-lf CHEAP BUCK !<AKE. W. ens, Koulc '1. FRONT bod room, stcnm heat, hot .1 bal ». E'"':>BC. Phone COO. 30-ck-lf • —_~___ _j lB-pk-20 Young horse or mure not over 1000 pounds. Gentle, work to buggy. Donnlc Benson, I>. o. Box 873. IO-nk-22 SALESMEN with car to sell na- Small neighborhood GROCERY tlonally known product. LIBER- STOKR or to lent store & hoil.ic AL COMMISSION. SI reel after 5 P. M. 109 S. 1st 18|)-k21 SALES WOMAN (or Katherine K. fi Kellogg Health garments, Missouri & Arkansas territory. Mrs. J. J. DavJs, call 421 VV. Mc-k21 Baby Chicks BABY CHICKS ALL VARIETIES Hatching Done for the Public MARILYN HATCHERY Blytheville, Ark. Hatchery Code No. 80 combined. Write "W" Courier News. 18c-l:21 COTTON SEED, CORN AND COTTON. GOOD PLANTING COTTON SEED FOR SALE. See Us lor nest Prices Harold SternbcrK a I STBItNltKUG COTTON CO. Wanted WANTED-lJiumlry Work, rough dry or finished. Each family's clothing washed separately uy machine. Mrs. B. W. Mick, Clfi Lake street. xx K4 I'urtly furnished APAtt'1'Mi.'NT with good heating eystom. Phone 19V n r 571. 10-c-tr Eggs, Ppultry Highest CASH prices puld (or POULTRY & EGGS I/west CASH prices on highest, quality Feed, Seed Si Coal. 1'AHMlillS CASH 1'EKl) & SEUI) CO. PHONE 127 We pay highest, cash price lor nil kinds ot poultry. End ot pavement, 315 E. Mnln. B. T. WORTHY Will Trade '10 acre LOUISIANA FARM for town property here. Mrs. Burl Hnrpcr, Greciilcnf Cafe. 312 E. Main. 2I)n kH3 HIGHEST tor all kinds'ot hun's aiji. RICE.& FISIIEK - pal at -Ma- IllfOHB ISLAND !(BD SBTI'lNCl Kaosj. l'l«ki\nl's slorc, 10U ohtck- suwbn. Repairing Farm 1 ools Servicing Wo repair nil kinds of FARM TOOLS, THACTOHB t TRUOK8. Delia implements, Inc. 1'1'onu 801! — Nc,\t tu Armory I'ngiclnii'c Service ONLV FIRM HAVING 2 PAC- TOltY TRAINED MISN SKRV1C- ING HtJSCTRIO REPniQEK- A'l'OHB E. B. Gee Sales Co. PHONE 07 BEE HIVE ALFALFA. ALL KINDS FIELD & GARDEN SEED. HIGHEST QUALITY Oberst Store Co. Kcal Estate FOR HAL 15 ' ~ uiiKulou- on cornel lot with in-ct- ly sliiule. Has luirdivoxx) floors, Kcrvnnls house and gurane, $20SO Terms. THOMAS LAND COM- 20 ACHliS near YiirUru. {1,400 cush will buy It If »old n »| C k. I|,| S house mid barn. THOMAS LAND COMPANY. HOUSES FOR SALK 703 and 105 South Lnko 2 room HOILSC, $200 3 room House. $300 Or will Kdl Ixjtii houses and lot [or $(500 riionii 100 - - K. I). Kcrjuson Lost ALLEY OOP UI-HWII U1LI, TOLD ironlntnliiB money, uddrcss ,t viilunblc iia- pcrs ckM lo lins stnllon Siliiciny night. Satlsfactniy REWARD W L>. Hatlield, Huffman, Ark. •LARGE'ROtlfmiVACT RUG 'froin - o(J car lender, .Mrs, Samuel F. (Vorrls. Cull-305.. ... . . Painting FOR FIRST CLASS PAINTING CALL TONY CLEMENTS AT 761-W. Feeds, Seeds 1035 LICENSE for 1 ton truck Ar- knnsns No. 230-572. Owner may Imvo same, by citllhuj at courier office and paying charges. FOR SALE—Corn and Hay. Bee J. W. Barter, Blytlievlllc, ArJ<, llo-M-ll Furniture WANTED—2llll Htmd FURNITURE ItedB. springs & mattresses ohonp »OCK MAVIS, 409 B. MAIN Kadios USED RADIOS FOR SALE RADIO SERVICE We repair your radio reasomilily CAVITT RADIO CO Glcncoe uldg.—Phono 233 Personal OANK OF CHKCKKltS ThLi time have moved to ^11(1 S. FRANKLIN ST., near Ulythcvllle Hosplla), wliuro j-on c«ji yet n 30 day treatment of PELLAGRA medicine for $5. complete treatment, 535. Phono 201. H. C. Campbell DICK'S CAFK Aimss street from Kress Home of OOOU EATS. The MOVING DAY! STOMACH UL01SII, GAS PAINS, INDIGESTION victims, why suffer? J\)r [(nick relief gel n Irca sain- |)le of Udgu, a doctor's prescription, at Klrby Bras. Drug Company. Foinid KEY RING wlthTwo keys on |I n 0 " ,i )c ™"« r -"'"Pe*! key with (1 .Ownsr.may huve saino iwvlnu charges. Refrigerators ATTENTION-lt's Horel See the J835 Croslcy SJielvndoi- Electric fiefrlgcralor. Holds more food for Its sta; tlmn ordinary electric rc- frlBcratois. $70.50 up, easy payments. New 1035 Crosley Cold Url»k I3o.\ for Iwttled drinks. Extra large, $98,50, easy payments. Parlduirsl Co. 107-a E. Mnln I.I IOHO 57 Jack Finley Robinson Sells Westingiiousc Refrigcraloi's & Farm Light Plants Yesu- Gunrtintco - 3 Years to Pay Call 350 Position Wanted NEGRO WOMAN wants Job as cook, housckcepir, nurse. Experienced. Cull 26U-W lor lurlher Information. , 20p k20 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE BEIT. LOOKOUT, OOOLA! %1 GOIM' AFTER THE.M YELLA YAPS.' I'LL SHOW 'EM THEY CAN'T RUN OUT OM ME.' WO, ALLEY /WtVPE WELL RID OF THEM-' LET THEM GO - i WAS COUNTIN OMTHEM HELPIKl'L VMHEN WE HAF-TA FIGHT OL KlfOG TUMK AW HI5 \ THUGS/ I KMOW -6UT CAWT-'WU SEE THAT WE'RE LUCKY THEY RAM OUT ON US, NOW, INSTEAD OF DESERTING (NTH 1 THICK OF BATTLE ? wow,WE'LLHAprA/ RIGHT' LAM / TH- TWO OF^J wow YOU'RE U5 CANT HOPE/ TALKIW& — .' TO HOLD TH' / CAVE A&AINSn Itv Hnmliti WAR AXES.'QOOLA, THA'S SWELLS WHERE'DUA { DROPPED THEM. GC-T'EM DURING THEIR ATTACK OM OUR )/ HIDE-OUT. YOU 6ET DIWMY WHILE I AT TEW D TO ANOTHER LITTLE MATTER: BOOTS ANn im< IT LOOKS HAD— POOR MQ.UIt 1 . 1 Fm_ SO SORRY TO; 0\\ .IftO&E'LV &WELV'. StND 'EH TO COUVO SVW^O , ~o <UP _ ) WASH TUBBS UOUGHHOUSE! STOP/STOP THIS CAB/ T; E JUMPS OUT OP THE CAB. WASH AND EASV JUMP OUT TOO, FISTS FLYING. YOU/ I TOLD TO DRIVE US TO ROME, L1DDEMLVTHE DRIVER TORUS IWTO.THE -REAR OP A D1LAPIPATEP HOUS& BESIDE THE SEA.J I I T, lt ~ ~ . f. • --^.. . ^^ —• ... -,^ ^j, "'ir^U-C L>l~ /^iK£IHt_jOtJ6HEST LpOWM(3_ BOZpS VOp EVER SAW. j THE I,AY OF THE LAND! IS THE ROUTE WE WILL TRAVERSE ....MR USUAL CCUISE/ WElL-TAkE OFF AT 10:30 SHARP' HERE'S THE LOG BOO!<...A /O'CLOCK RECORD 1 OTHER CRUi__. O/6R T^ ' JOUCJUEVS SAMS ROUTE THANKS A LOT, THWICW. {-^m THE MARSHES I S Q ; HAVE SOME \ ^p E T0 sP6c,Au. / PWOO( y T SIGMIF.CAWCE ) F 0 p.^ i 2 -^ SHORTLV. ••"-"• "-"INULI;.- A_^ X|l . : -^^^ ; ^lllil

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