The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1935 · Page 9
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THimSDAY, MARCH 21, 1935 BLVTHtiVlLLJg, (AKK.); .COUlUKIt NKWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Bally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: (Five overage words to n line) One flme per line 10c Two limes per line per day .. 08c Three times per line per day .. 06c Six times per line per day .. 05o Mouth rate per linn 60o Minimum charge 50c Ads orderea lor three or six times and 6topncd before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill mado. AD ciasslrtcd Advertising copy submitted by iwrsons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rales may easily computed from above table. No rapomibUliy will bo taken tor more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions take the one time rate. USED CAR BARGAINS Wil CHEVROLET MAS- eg,IOC TER COACH <Jf J!WI CHEVKOLET HIAS- (£• TEH court: ...... $4or 1!M CHEVROLET MAS- e!>Of\ TEH COACH iffOjU i!KM CHEVROLET MAS- i^f TER COACH 'j 1S33 FOUD TUDOR ft'-l7C 1031) I'ONTIAC SEDAN dvi I r 1031) I>E SOTO SEDAN C'lMC: IKZ Foui>;v'rS 'J I'fM UODCi; SEDAN 1030 FORD COUl'E ©1 ^A 75 1931 CHEVllOLliT 11; TON TRUCK ...... 11)31 FO11U V-8 1','. TON 'ivh' CIIEVROLKT •>,'• TON 1'ICK-W .... 1U20 voito [.'. TON I'ANKL TRUCK ... 1'J'J-J J.N'TKHXATIONAI, Si TON PICK-UP ,. 11)33 NAKOUS TKAILISK— Large Body, Dual Whrcls ... ........ .•. 50 Other Used Cars lo Select From Kcr Better Used Car Bargains See CHEVROLET CO. Blyllicvlllc 301 \V. Walnut Aulomolive Used Car Bargain 1931 Pontiac 2 door Sedan LliK MOTOll SALES, INC. Special prices on Auto Accessories, Tires and Tubes. Guaranteed Batteries $3.05. Auto Tops & Bide curtains $1,50 up. Alcohol 15c gal. Car heaters $1.50 up. Cylinder Heads, Floor Mats. Ko.rap Iron racial In deumul WO LI' ARIAN - - 128 K. Main GAltAOL' Garland M. Morgan Any Make nf Auto Repairing 1'or Reasonable Prices Phone -UO Varbro road near Morgan Uti FOR BATTERY SERVICE Ben Clunc 201 w. Ash Phone 8. "Garage Man" We have n complete slock of Tools. Special Wrenches, etc. When you set a chance Come arouna and look them over. Hubbaid live & Battery Company AUTO GLASS ARR-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 Salesmen Wanted Local (tealeV \vant.s expetfenced car salesman. Write to liox 12 Courier News. Baby Chicks BABY CHICKS ALL VARIETIES Hatching Done lor the Public MARILYN HATCHERY ElythevUIe, Ark. ftetcteiy Code No. C5 Business Directory Filling Stations Cash Feed Store Field Sml • Garden Seed Flour and Alcnl Puriiiii Feed Highest Cash Prices Paid Far Poultry and Eags 112 E. Main - - Phone 154 MAKE YOUR HOME MOI?K ATTRACTIVE & MORE COMFORTABLE With Otis Awnings Madc-to-orclcr Made-lo-Onler. Our Prices Best Carney Awning Co. Springtime Is the Time lo Remodel and Improve your Farm Property TALK WITH US ABOUT FENCING - ROOFING WATER SYSTEMS PLUMBING - PAINT HUBBARD HDW. CO. Remodel Your Home With a genuine RUBBEUO1D ROOF 5% Interest, 3 Years to Pay East Arkansas Builders Supply Co. Phone 20 WELDING & MACHINE WORK Blylheville Machine Wks. 2ND & ASH-PHONE 808 Phono 100 E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. For information On Floor Finishing or New Floors over Old We pay highest cash price lor nil kinds of poultry. End ol pavement, 315 E. Main. B. T. WORTHY HIGHEST MARKET PH1CES pnld for nil Muds of poultry at Wui an's Oln. KICE <fc FISHER COPl'ER WEATUER STHIP Saves fuel at small cost Arktho Lumber Co. Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc BEhVlCE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Phone 26 •D. R. Hull Ash Flat, Ark., Cobblestone Contractor and Builder, liocks furnished H desired. FOB' ! BBAUTIFOL FLOORS RENT -"OUR FLOOn SANDER Al^KMO LUMBER CO. For Sale T\vo Jersey cows, now licsh, heavy milkers. Gentle, .sure In please. Mrs. N. W. Biigham, Route 1, Bar- Held road. 19-pk-22 3 YOUNG MULES CHEAP. Delia Implements, Inc. Call 802. Next to Armory. 5-ck-tf .Complete 2 chair BARBER shop equipment, VERY REASONABLE. 'Bill Sherwood, Holland, Mo. Shoe Repairing WE CAN MAKE THOSE SHOES GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE REST OF THE BAD WEATHER. Progressive Shoe Shop 103 S. 3nd Street Quality Shoe Shop We oiler Better Shoe Repairing because we have the Finest iind Best Equipped Shop. Just Installed new McKay Stllclicr to sew on hall or whole soles of any Ladies Shoes. New Spray Machine dyes shoes a:iy color. Shoe lacet, polish and cream. Our prices arc Lowest. Weir Harness Machine, sews any kind ol harness, brief cases, handbags, etc. Equipped to do any kind o[ Harness Repairing. Nice selection of high grade shoes cheap. O. L. Green, rural representative, will call on yon. FREE IHIMVEKJ.'—CA1.I, 1ZO TKUi; 13LUK SHOK ACROSS FROM KRESS Reduced prices for short time. iterators ATTENTION—It's Here! See the 1933 Crosley Shelvador Electric Rclrigerator. Holds morc'Ioocl for' Ite size than ordinary electric refrigerators. S79.50 up. easy payments. New 1933 Croslcy Cold Drink Box for bottled drinks. Extra large, $05.50. easy payments. Parkhurst Co. 107-n E. Main Phone 57 Jack Finley Robinson Sell", Westinghouse Refrigerators & Farm Light Plants fear Guarantee - 3 Years to Pay Coll 3SO Radios USED RADIOS FOR SALE RADIO SERVICE We icpalr your radio reasonably CAVITT RADIO CO Olencoe Blrtg,—phone 'W STOP AT BARRY BAILEY'S Is'iioiv Immlllng MARATHON GAS & OILS, having chunked roiu Texaco as he feels hi the Marathon that lie cnu elvo the mblle more for their money, "/Jest n the LOIIJJ Run." Other needs for the ear, CIGARETTES, low tux FRESH CRAPPIE & other good foods nt out- lostiuirmit. OPEN DAY & MIGHT Oldest station at Missouri line Coal & Wood My Cual Is Black But I Treat Toi! While, Fill Up Now JOHN BUCHANAN - 1'HONE 10J Why Buy Coal From Us? 1—30 years In business. 2—Quality of coal handled. 3—Prompt service. 4—Courteous treatment. 5—You get all yon pay lor. "Quality Group" distributed by Gay & Billings I'hone 76 Eggs, Poultry Highest CASH prices paid for POULTRY & EGGS Lowest CASH prices on highest quality Feed, Seed & Coal, FARHliHS CASH FKEI) <fc SEE!) CO. PHONE 127 Night Clubs Silver Moon Niglu Club 2\i miles iKiilh suite lino Iliglisvuy fjl Dancing Each Might KMcvilonl music Dunci-3 Perfectly Conducted SOc Couple NKW OKCIIESTHA. AT CRESCENT NIGMTCLUJ3 Joe Lehnier and Ilia Missouri Cotton Pickers UJgt'Wt & Ucsl H [it«x- orcliostrn between Memphis & St. Louis DANCING EVERY NIGHT All for 50c Couple mik's north Arkansas-Missouri 5 miles north Ark-Mo line on Highway 61 nt Holland ^Wanted To Buy CHEAP liUUK UAKK. W. K, H CIIS, UOHlK 2. IB-llli young horse or marc not U vc: 1000 ixnuuls. Ocnllc, work to Iniggy, Doiinie Hcnson, P. O. Box 873. RHODp; ISLAND BED SETl'lNG EGGS, pickard's store, IM-l Chick- Small neighborhood GROCERY STOU13 or lo rent stoic it house combined. Wiile "W" Courier News. 18c-kai COITON SEED. CORN AND COTTON. GOOD PLANTING COTTON SEED FOU SALE. See Us for Best. Prices Harold sicrntoi-R nt, S'l'i;ilNHi;i!(; COTTON CO. Wauled WANTED-Laundry Work, rouiilt dry or linishcd. Ench finiillv's clolhinp wnslTcd separately by machine. Mr.s. B. W. Mick, "CIO Luke For Kent M'IfNISIIED Al'AUTMIiNT, IDS W. Kentucky. I'honc uiu. ID-pk-'JU Mixlorn 3 ixKini KUKNISIIKI) u\nr(- ment over Klrby uni« Store. I'. Million, cull nil, lil-ck-tl a room PUKNISItgn Al'AUTMEN'l'. Mrs. Uly Sisk. 209 W. Keitltickv. full 110. 19-ck-ti UtillT housi'keoptng romns, fnr- nlMioii or unfurnished. Ik'dwoms with or without nil-ills, Mrs. (-'talk's Biluht, 111) w. Asli. lllc-k'21 '•l warn completely Imnibhcd apurl- HM-iit, garuBC. 121) MouKiin. Plumo 'IK-J. M-ck-lf 3 room VUHNIUilED APAHT- MKNT, 700 W. Walnut. If.c-k-lt 3 rouin KUUNIsitHi) jiniirltncnt. Mrs. Wyatt lluilcy, call li'.iS-W. ck-lf HKINT IJKUKOOM, I'lUMle 203-M. VKi N. MroiKlmiy. 23-ck-lf 1'HONT bed room, steam liciU, hot tall), nani|it>. Plionc 500. :iO-ck-t! 1'nrily furnished Al'AUTMBNT with Hood hciillug system. I'hono Cleauci's, Tailors Sl'ltIN<; CI,l!.\N 111 1 Suils Cleaned & Pressed .... 5Qc Hals HIcK'ked 50c Dresses iBc HUDSON TAll.Olt SHOT Telephone 53 TOH HEALTH'S BAKE Our dry dcmilnc mrlhods kill all (jcnns. Also prevent niollis from working. HIONI-: IM, NIMVA CI.KANUKS Holds Pcahocly Mold Dili K. Main St. Steam heal niut hot water. Hooms 50c, ISc and Jl. si'KUiAi. WKUKLV UATKS Room and Board Fn \Vi- re TOOLS: Del I'liono 1 ONIA' TOHY INtl 1U Uuniyil ly K fici run! Terms. PANY. 20 ACI will hoi ist' COMl> 70: Ol I'llOIIO oir Morris 4(1 nc Inwi Ilarix: Main. WAN'I Ms, DOC .Repairing hum loots Servicing repair all kinds of FAliM TKAC V 1'OHS & TKUCKS. la iin])lcnieiUs, inc. iro — Next lo Armory ' rijjjitlaivc Service ONIA' FJRM HAVING a PAC- TOltY TRAINED MEW SERVICING ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS E, B. Gee Sales Co. I'liONE <1V ttcal Estate on I'mner lot ivlih prel- .shiitlo, lias linrrtwiKKl doors, liotiso and (uinipe, $:!,G50. THOMAS LAND COM- 20 ACRE8 near Ynrbrn. $1,41)1) cash buy u, ir sold fiuluk. Has and luini. TltOMAfj LAND HOI3SDS roil SAl.li i and 105 Soulli ijiku 2 room House, $200 •') room House, $3ao • will sell both houses mid lot for tliOO 100 - - E. I). tVi-tiis Painting FOR FIRST CLASS PAINTJNO CALL TONY CLEMENTS' AT TCI-W. Feeds, Seeds FOll SALE-Grcen 'pen liny, Mrs. Louiw crwpmun, Armorel, Ark. FOR SALE—Com and Hay. Be J. W. nuder, Blythovlllc. Ark lic-M-11 BEK HIVE ALFALFA.ALL KINDS FIELD As GARDEN HEED. IllOllEST QUALITY Obcrst Store Co. Personal flAMi: ()!•' OIllXJKIJUS This lime have moved to llti fj. FRANKLIN ST., near Blythcvillc llospltnl, wln-ri! you can gel a 30 day Irratim-nt ol 1'ELLACiRA mwllc'lni' lor $5. complete treatment, $35. 1'liune 20-1. — The HIC'K'S (!<\W Acrosj: street, train Krt's.1 Homo of GOOD BATE. Position Wanted Will Trade property here. Mrs. vf, Greenlenf Cure, :iia 2(lp for Hurl Ftirnitnre WANTED— 211(1 limit! I'UUNITUHK NEGRO WOMAN ivnnts Job as cook, housekeeper, nurse. Experienced. Cull 25SJ-W for further Information. 20|) k26 Ohio University Given " WorW's Fair Tclescopi ATHENS. O. (Ul'l— Tilt! fulurt! linmc of lht> leleswi]i(: thai oli- Inlned the llyht energy Iroin the slur Arcturus lo oiien and <lt« (VorM's Fair In ClifciiKii, \clll be ill Ohln Dnlvcisity heie. A. II. Cnrpciitcr, who coiistiuc- ted the telc-scope, will pirscnl 1|. fc-r nirardcd at tiic unlveislty, >tid In memory of his fathcr-ln- aw, Dr. Evans, who seized .13 pio- cssor or uitin at tho school' for 0 years. BULL'S-EYE FULL It coiniKi ID nianalii); her Kinia, thla Unlvcra'lly of K'nKlifiiKMfi (!(i-od (:< (oiiRli oil liuH'H-oyini. Klip la Khlrlcy Frn/t!r, rocoiilly nmioiiuceit iia- Itomil ivtiuieu'3 talcrcollci;lutu ride jihot cltamiiloii, v;Tth a ' o Ihp university In honor of hi .springs * miiUrcsscs chenn /aflicr, Franklin it. c'arpcnlci', who r.cm-0 of r.i'S <llr«cl itila ottl sawba ALLEY 001 the llrst doctor's decree ON T11UIR WAY! -SUP KEEP A SHA.RP LOOKOUT FOR THE ARMY' IT SHOULD BE MIGHTV WHY, WED SCARP -rkl BE FOOLISH -\ DAYLIGHTS OUTA tMJT - IV V THEM PUNKS.' I STILL LIKE •IDEAOFCHARG1N' RIGHT INTO TH MIDDLE WHICH WAY O'YA THIMK WE'D BETTER / ^ GO"? / T'WARQ MOO - \ THATS THf LAST ) PLACE THEVO ( THIMK TO LOOK I FORDS.' / THEM, BEFORE WB VVOULD 6£ FUM- _lQl!HiBYJIi:> SfBVICE. INC. T. H.'REOl U. S. TAT. OffJ • BOOTS <VND HEK JUIDDlliS KESIGNATION! 'U\t O^MOKlQb W OOT \JE j 1 , We. 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