The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1933 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1933
Page 11
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TJIURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1933 BLYTHBVILLK. (ARK.) COURIER HEWS PAGE ELEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally per lino ror conbecu- ilve iiiscrlious: (Five average words lo a line) One lime per l»ie 10c Ti.'o limes per line per day .. (We luree times per linn per day .. OCc fais times per line per day .... ODc Month rate per line 60c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before cxpSra- lioii v.ill be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment, of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy Bui milled by persons resUmg out sich of the city must be acconi 1 anicd by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table No responsibility- will be take: for more lliuu one incorrect in scilioii of anv classified ad. Advertising crdered for irregu 1m 1 insertions lake the one tim rate. Phone 306 or,307. CAFE with living quarters, iloii:f nice business, rent 520 muiuh. Sickness in family. Address "AHC" Courier. 2pk5 100 I' 123 No Price Advance Yet On FAMOUS SAHARA COAL "llul As Ihu Desert Sanils" K C. UOIilNSON LUMliliK CO. atk kll-i) HONE 101 BUCHANAN "Our Call Is lilack Bui We Treat You White." Oc kll-U Puerto Rican Palace Guarded Afler Bomb Scare FOR SAI,K Pay a few cents more and purchase FRESH ECC;Si laid il.'.lly. I'lCK- XKD'S STOIIE, 1044 C111C. AVK. o- 100 yds olf pavement on North 10th Street. 2pW AUSTIN COUPE, |Kifecl running condition. O. M. Moroni, I'lione -J Me kll-^i 9'J9 Foid Osupe. 1K!0 Chevrolet Coup:, both jjcod condition. M- tractive prices, 1221 Holly St. 31pM Pure bred Sloneville number Cotton Seed $18 ton. See Mc- Dermoit or Black at Blytlicvllle Gin. 25pVcl. Alabaster Model of Taj Mahal Given University DAU.AS, 'IVx. (UP)—A mlnia- liii-e model of tho Taj Mnlml, cm-veil in while alabaster by an Indian arllsl, hus bteu prcscnlixl by Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. lllanlon of Dallas to soulhem MclhoilUl University here. niiinlon acquired Ihe model man. oleum while In India during I 'rumd-lhe-world trip last spring. 1 s ievon inches square nnd nine ni'lics liliili. It Is u fullhful copy of the original lo the smallest de- Mexico Cuts Red Tape For American Tourists NCKiALKS. Alix, CUUKIRO American .11(0 western Mf-vl"- Sonuiii, Chamu-r (UP)—To rn- lourlst Iralflo -v. 'tw Novalcs, ot Commerce BUSINESS DIRECTORY 2 PIANOS, small size. F. W. Car'.ock, Phone 33 Ei-c Us lor Bciler and General Blacksmith Work by John Wade. Tom Howard Machine Shop. 3Cc k6 bargain 30p k3 CHEAP--1D31 Chevrolet Coach. Inquire at 117 S. Broadway. 30p k3 Spirit o£ student, revolt flumes high in Puerto Kico, with the S.m Juan palace of Oovtruor iobert Gore, shown above, as I.-" tlorm center. Threats against the governor were climaxed >y two bomb incidents. One was an explosion at Core's summer twine, 50 tr.iler away, and In h3 oilier a bomb was foi'md i.i the palace garden, shown in Die foreground. As n ignlnst new attacks, euards patrol the palace, and flood lights illuminate Ihe REAL ESTATE New and 1,'teil FuroUurc Botifhi and Sold Stoves repaired—Any make AMu Hardy 517 W. Ash 20pkll-20 lythrvillc h'Xl'ERT TyjX!v.i-il!iiB and Adding Machine Kfpaiiiue. U. S. Blank- wibliip. HO E. Hose. Call 105-J. 21ckll-21 c lues Cleaned, repaired, inspected Work Buaiai-.lced. W. W. Boo! L. G. Jloss Blytlicville's Cul Kite Undertaker lOp-kll-10 Wason and Truck Covers made I urdcr, any size, ffV'xll! ?L10 up 9'4"xl5' S5.50 up. Carney Awnln C'o 113 S. First St. Blythevillc, Ar 23pkll-a CI,KANERS, TAILORS r'or Quality Cleaning Phone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners 12ckll-l Conic in, list your real estate Sec what we have lo sell . M. Terry Licensed Ucalc Terry-Worlllillgiuu Title C'o. riione On • 23ckll-23 PEKSONAT; r. Call 100. 13p kll-1 WHO'S WHO In the Supreme Court o. 7—Ilavkin Fiskc Slone ' It Pays to Look Nice Send Your Woden Dresses to Unique Clrtnin? Service Phone 171 20c kll-20 AUTOMOTIVE Day .t Night Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Slernbergr Phone 605 19c kll-19 Cnll ^08-Ucd's 1'lacc-llS E. Main For Auto Paintlnff ISntly ar.d Fender Scn-icr Formerly with Shousc-l.illlc ('"• 20c kll-2li UJIG1-ST STOCK USED i'AltTS Between Memphis and St. Louis Also Auto f;iass -- Phone GO JACKSON AtTO PARTS CO. 2c kll-2 AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car while you wait. Call us for better ser vice. Phone 633. Shousc-l.iltle Chevrolet Co. lOckll-10 Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise Tires-Batteries - Itciilaccnicnt I'arts HUBBARI) HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. IcklD National Park Visitors Slumped During 1933 WASHINGTON. (UP) — Visitors to United States IIIIM;I:M parks during the 1933 season totalled 2.SC7.374 persons, compared with 2,948,507 In the 1032 season, accord- iny to an cuino'.mccment by Arno B. Cammcrer, -director of the Office of National 1'arks, Buildings, and Reservations. Visitors to all parks and monuments under the Office's direction numbered 3.455,- 3C5. Acadia. General Grant, Glacier. Grand Tcton, Great Smoky Mountains, Hawaii, Lassen Volcanic, Mesa Verde, Mount- MclCinley, Plait. Rocky Mountain lowstone creases in Ihe number o( visitors j Ninety |icr cenl of tl'.e during l'J33, while the remainder | muler the prohibition law o! tlw! 23 nalional parks showed • m convictions. 2< J 2 '-1 Hecords shew Nevada from 1M - lsltc(l i m-i 1 cent lo 1.000 per ceul hlghe by 2!Xi,088 persons this us com-1 j n Us por Mplt , r ,i liquor law en pared wilh 498,289 In 1932. I lo-ccinciit Ihnii Hie remainder " A lolul of 788,809 private auto- th[ . p,,,,,^.. mobile,? enlered Ihe l««*s ^ | m( , ff[ Jm( . year, as against 810,180 cais lail ]p ,, ^ ^^ l;ovmlmciu co i' cai '- lucicd approximately S5,000,OUO i ! iirchlbilton fines. Hut if the ci Nevada Led Nation in ] " n mll °» ii:>(1 i» 1( > fllira "' i 1 ™ n i-i • • r t ,||:oilion to (hose assessed in N( Prohibition tntorcsnient! Vi1C i a t |. c figm . c W011W n! , v( . : )C . | SJj.CW.OOO. Judge Norcrow said. CARSON CITY, Kcv. (UP)—Nc- i Tlie most slnrllini; comparlsf vauu. despite its rep ignoring the prohtbilioi , US TVV SLIP TOR TlV LAST COUPIA WEEKS,EVA WELL , WE- GOT YOU, ' 'iiccccdcd In removing sonic ot the uurder icslrlcllivn. . Mosl. Important obslaclo that has fnced Ame.-lcnns In Hie, ihe posting of a ccstoms bond ranging from $50 to »200, has teen ^removed, and Americans now may enter Mexico upon payment ol live pesos. "AH red tape or me past lias' [I \xvn eliminated," oillclals an- vl r.ounccd. An Increase in Iravcl !s expccled lo reuill, By Aliern MO -voU WNt ^ At&OV. $ YOU'RE JON MA, ON SHORE: LEAVE FROrA TH X "BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Auto Glass All Kinds Installed TIic Ark-5lo Lumhcr Co. ;oc ki WRMCKF.H SERVICE C^H us wlicn you need a wrecker. Day and Night Service. Csll G33. Sliousc-I-iltle Crcvrolct Co. 10ckll-10 I5A1TEU1BS. Ilaltrry & liadiatnr Service We Kmranlce you belter battery or radiator work for loss money. Any make radiator repaired or rc- corcd. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call G33. Slrousc-I.itUc Chevrolet Co. 10ckll-10 A viriie, upstanding man, of rounded scholarship, with an i\c- ndc-mic background that few jur- ;s!.s can approach, fitly describe Hainan Fiske S'.or.e of New York associate j:istice of the U. S. supreme court. His record on the su'.ireme bench is one of s'.rikini, impartiality and -he is regarded as one of the most liberal members of ihe tribunal. ill 1 . Slor.e was appointed altor- general by President Coolidgc in' 192-1. Nine months later he was elevated to tl'.e supreme bench. Liberal leaders at that time intended thai the move was made by Cooiidse because he feared Stone would ;mtaHoni/c bis busi- m:.s by tl-,e vit:nr wilii which lie oiifoicrd statutes, cspeci- ailv the anti-trust laws. Jtiiticc S'.one was born in 1812. New Ford Butteries Itrnliil - Kecharsing - Ucinlrirf. 777 Til IE & BATTERY STATION 25C kll-25 Credits Sprinp; Water With Longevity Tor Prompt Battcrj- Sen-ice Phone 8 Ben C'luni DOGS, PUTS J-'nr n«aUIi>' I)o;s feed Miller's nation S: Quick l.unch HARUIVARE co. Ilckll-11 SPOUTING GOODS Vnu will Hntl a. complete line of NEW MODI-:i, BICYCLES at llubbard Hardware Company. 16ckll-16 COAI, & WOOD ^ iLi _ x. y. iUPi— WHn. tin- Tcccnt death o! Mrs. Laura M. at !>5. residents recalled her oil-ivpcalcd boast that her cxccpticnally good health resulted l *^±2 lr-"i;i persbtcn: refusal lo drink city wa'.c-r. Frier.ds, who rexaiiicd about her b^nj hea'.ih ccspi'.c her advanced years. Inevitably would hear her "Now Ihat's brc.uix 1 I don't drink city water. C',^~- f-'- d fpring wa- UT' was mad: for nun lo dr:nk and MI this canned pipe-water yon get in the cily." Before her dr.ilh. Mrs. Goodwin was taken lo a hmpiljl suflcrinB . There, tor life. Mio was arc cvdiisivc a-cnls for nrit- Gcniriiii- Mmilcvallo Conl f;om a the first time in he ccmpclled lo dr::i'K city water. , NORTON. M.I and Sipsy. Atkansas Anlliracitc and; snrl "Campm C.< Ihnni- 177 ^Yondcr City Kentucky Coals, i:. r. Fry Coal Comnam- flc kll-n and off Whraton iUPi —Twen 1 e-nuip|>rd wi ^. enforce ;v.o a:-?" inic a'. Even faculty members have to obey them. JEST A SECOND .1 YOU cSOT WRONG AIN'T MA30R.P \ ^^^l'T L&TUN you "FLM-TOOT UHTILVOUPAY UP? C>AON —-trfe -DO\N/M \N'5 CLKM N\UD AN LJP 4&. TOR ME-, OR I'LL "PULL K &^^.DE ON YOUR YOU L\_ "BETOOK ON A, SHUTTER .9 reputation Ion came in the study of abatements la\v. leads On a i»r capital basis, Ncvadi nation in prohibition enforcement, slalistics 'compiled by Fed- i.:BO per cent above Ihe nnlioi Frank Norcross, show, j ivcrnge. NO, HIS NAMK ISN'T IRA HAF.L! T BOOT?) * \M VOOR ^R^ •••• 1 P1VE-ACES HAS WASH TUKBS \ f VJftS FftRGRCAVCR SUCCKS. STILL BEARS S C-.RUO<;.e. SOHE- HOVJ, lit K1£W£R PASSES W^H, E CPiBiUS, U11TH- RED. • HE S .., SEVERAL MORE, VtUT WORTHLESS. FWE-MCS O'BRIEN IN THE E GTOU-- FROM W,\9H, Ete^.AWD GWL THftT FiRSr.HE PAID UOWTEHTtONToTHE. n&vl C-iOtP NOTHING KOR NOTHING! SALESMAN" SAM IP, 3£ST SOT DIDN'T . cMp.riL.ev U:HEM \ :«>S -=,1CK OF THIS 7ot«Tl rv-< HEART AMO SOUL HftMEM'T SE.EJJ IN TU' PL,^.C€- SIUCEL I'M (tftSHEO UP OH -W 1 (CHOL.& (MA I S POSED "tv, DO ftDCAiT IT / fJS-S RIGHT WOUJ, VF-^QO'UI- ~ F.MP. ! ND HIS FRIENDS ']LM ABLE TO STAV1D UP, FPSCXLES HEASS A LATERAL PASS I'LL GIVE THIS PLAY TO _ES... IT'LL. SWAK6 'i; COBWEBS OUTA HIS HIW To .'.' SSVE2A'. S AMt> PASHES AWAY ] SUT IF I VJER / I'D SIT OUT TI1-L ! k LITTLE THIS'G £ THAT CAWT PU1 ME 0-0'JTi 60SS OiJ =• FIRST

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