The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1933 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
Page 10
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v JilHiiSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1933^ BLYTHEVILLB. (ABE.) COURIER HKWj_ CLASSIF i ED SECTION Citus Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally raje per line ror consecu- Ilic Insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per line lOo Two times per line per day .. 08c Tnree times per line per day .. 06c bix times per line per day — 05c Month rate per line 6flc Minimum charge Mo Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration v.ill be charged for the number of times tre ad appeared and adjustment ot bill made. All Classified Advertising copy cut-milted by persons residing cnl- cide of the city must be accom- 1 anied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. Ho responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect. In- scition of any classified ad. Advertising adered lor irregu- lAr insertions take the one time rate. Phone 306 or 307. I HONE lOt BUCHANAN "Our Coal is Black But We Trcal YOB While" 9c R12-9 See E. A. Fisher Before Buying Good Coal. Retail & Wholesale Out of Car On Track Between Ash & Main PERSONAL Stage, Screen and Radio Stars Will Aid Poor 100 Phones 123 No Price Advance Yet On FAMOUS SAHARA COAL "Hot As the Desert Sands" JJ C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 30c kll-20 prominent business men who will •isc the !uinls lo make Christmas brighter for ns many families us possible. Three merchants, John T. I'irlc, Man Had Another Cow to Pay Freight (UP)— Il- enl to cover the cost or shipping' mid care at the stock yards. This buck: wrote the following letter "1 haven't the necessary cnsh but can send another KBMI ' AIll|ml*f CLEBURNE, Tex. (UP)—It'* big same, from ,n'o on,.for Fred .Mc- Kccl,' Cleburns' lad, who let fly at_ n one-foot alligator near a trade school here with his "nig- tor-shooter," killing 'the,creature. We are exclusive acents for original Genuine Muntevallo Coal and Sipscy, Arkansas Anthracite, Illinois and Kentucky Coals. 1'hone 417 E. f. Fry Wonder City .Coal Company 9ckl2-D FOR SALE FOR SALE—Cabinet Grand right piano, good condition, $100 cash. Phone 154 or 141. CHEVROLET — Late '31 mode TRUCK, loua wheel base wltn stock rack, 2 spare tires, wheels r-erfect condition. Tires praclicallj new. -John Allen, Holland, Mo. 15p k2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY New arid Used Furniture Bought and Sold Stoves repaired--Any make Alvin Hardy' 517 W. Ash. 20pkll-20 EXPERT Typewriting and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. Blank- eushil), 11C E. Rose. Call 1G5-J. 21ckll-2J. FOR SALE-CAFE, doing nice business. Must leave on account of sickness. Very low price. Cheap rent. 105 N. Second Street, Bly- il'cvillc. I5p kt8 DIRT, cheap, 25c yard. New Post Office Building on Broadway. lOp See Us for Boiler and General Blacksmith Wuk by John Wade. Tom Howard's Machine Shop 6c k 11-30 L. G. Moss Rlylhcville's Cut Kate Undertaker lOp k 12-10 Wagon and Truck Covers made to order, any size, 8'4"*12' *UO np, 9'i"xl5' 55.50 np. Carney Awning Co. 113 S. First St. Blythevllle, Ark 23pkll-23 CLEANERS. TAILORS AUSTIN COUPE, perfect running condition. O. M. Morgan, Phone K3-J TWO JERSEY Milk Cows first calf. Call 211 or inquire at Haynes Men's Shop. POULTRY & EGGS Pay a few cents more and purchase FRESH EGGS, laid daily. P1CK- ARD'S STORE, 1044 CHIC. AVE. or 100 yds off pavement on North 10th Street. REAL ESTATE For Quality Cleaning Phone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners. 12ck!2-12 It Pays to Look Nice i "Send 'Your Woden Dresses to Unique Cleaning Service Phone 171 20c klWW Come in, list your real tstate See what we hare to sell E. M. Terry tlctnstd Dealer Terry-Worllilngton Title Co. Biytheviile Ptione 617. 23ckll-23. AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS AUTOMOTIVE "Day & Nlsht Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Sternberg Phone 605 IDc kll-19 For Auto Painlinj Hody ard Fender Service Formerly with Shoube-Utlle Co. USED CAR SALE COMPARE THESE PRICES THEN COMPARE THE CAR 1933 Chevrolet Sedan 6 Wire Wheels .. I'Mi. Chevrolet Sedan, U Wire Whetls $425 1931 Ponliac Coupe ?3Dtl 1930 Chevrolet Coup* SZO« E Main 1U31 Ford Sport Coupe 52« 193Z Ford Tudor $350 1932 DeSoto Coupe ... 1931 Dodge "8" Sedan 10ckl2-10 LARGEST STOCK USED TARTS Between Memphis and St. Louis Also Aulo Glass—Phone G6 JACKSON" AUTO PARTS CO. 2ckl2-2 AtJTO GLASS INSTALLED We Install glass In your car while you wait. Call us for belter service. Phone 633. Shousc-I.ittlc Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-10 ' Call t's When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise Tires-Galleries -Replacement Paris liCBBARD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dcpl. IcklS 1832 Ford Pick Up 1932 Chevrolet Truck, Hi Ton, Dual Tire 5335 20 Other Good Used Cars Prices Cut to the Bottom. For Better Used Car SHOUSE-Ll'iTLE CHEVROLET CO. Call 633 BljtheviUe Open at Night Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. Idc- k!2-10 WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker, Day and Night Service. Call 633. Shousc-Litlle Crcvrolct Co. 10ckl2-10 Get Your Car in Tune for Cold Weather. Woik Guaranteed RUSSELL ANDERSON Dodge & Plymouth Garage Phono 83ji. Gckl2-C BATTERIES Battery & Radiator Sen-ice We guarantee you better battery or radiator work tor less money Any make radiator repaired or re- cored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 633. Shousc-Lltlte Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-l New Ford Batteries Itmtal - Recharging - Repairirg 117 TIRE & BATTERY STATIC* 23c kll-2 • RADIOS All Radios, including R. c. A., ar 1 being closed out at cost for CAS1 at Hubbird Hardware Co. Ilckl2-l T SPORTING GOODS Vou will find a complete' line of NKW MODEL niCYCI.ES at Ifubbard Hardware Company. ICckll-l COAL & WOOD BTULLIANT & KENTUCKY COA Quality & Quantity Guaranlccri BAHTNfCK'S COAL YARD R. R. & Ash St. Phone 17 3ckl2 FOR RENT WO ROOM FURNISHED apartment. 700 W. Walnut St. 13c-tl ice, large BEDROOM. Close in. 310 W. Walnul. 13cktf ICELY FURNISHED Apartment, four rooms and bath. Call L. Vord, phones SMiB or 650. flc ktf ;!UCK STORF, room 25sHO, located West Main Street. Avall- b!c Jan. 1. Address Courier News, .lytheville. 6ckl2-6 """WANTEDTO RENT ,uout 100 acres of good cotton land. H. A. Smith, Phone 435, at 510 V. Main. 13cktl WANTED USED Baby Sulkcy, with adjustable back. Phono 118. ' Hp k!8 Experienced Salesmen and Sales ladies. Apply Thursday, Friday 01 Saturday. Superior Coal and Min ng Co.," 304 W. Walnut St. Hckll CORN WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY 3ckl2-3 POSITION WANTED FfRST class negro man COOK wants job al hotel or restaurant Jail 756. 13pM LOST BLACK BRIEF Case 111 front o Gem ThEiitre. REWARD. O. C Oanskc. 15p kl GLASSES and Royal Neighbor rit ual, lust night on 5th St. Retur to 317 N. Broadway or call 431-W 15c kl Strayed—One Black horse muli 6 yrs o!rt.. 15'- hands high lie cral reward. Nollfy, Htghnil Doan Mule Co., Phone 216. llckl CKILDS pink brilih derail town. Return News. Flues Cleaned, repaired, Inspected. Work guaranteed. w - w Joseph M. Cuctahy and li. Doug- If they won't cut rail V.A Smith, cow to cover the deficit. Stuart have ugreecl all .supplies. mldweitern farmers, the following Lake — Hand saws, in « mammoth Chicago Christmas story Is told hero: Goal of the committee is $100,- n mountaineer sent two party lo ue given Dec. 20 In the - THIS CURIOUS WORLD cows to the SI. 1-on Is nmikcl. Sev- Chicago Stadium for '.lie benefit of the city's needy families. eral days later lie received a bill of tickets to the from the nmrkcl for 40-odd cents, due fioin him bemuse the price of tlw cows had not been suflld- Mayor Edwuul J. Kelly Is spon- I't Ton Arkansas Truck Head Courier News Wont Ads. nil receipts over lo a committee ol No 250187. Owner may have same' by coming In to Courier and paying for ad. 10 kt! OUR BOARDING HOUSE WHAT RE VOU_ LOOKING —YOULL ErVlAER FIND THEtA \M WHKTS LEFT OF TrAE OF LM-AB.OR fAWBE THEY -DROPPED INSl'Dt YOUR VEST ( YOU AMC> TUM "DIMMER, iT^S /\ WONDER EITHER OF- \O\J COULD SET AWW PROA THE TABLE UNDER VOUR OWN "POWER?-HrvVrA- rA/\VBE TWWS \VIAY \OURE CRAWLIr43- Beloved Singer 111; in Hospital SACKED 6XTHB ANCtENt ANIMALS \XfeRfe OWBRATEO WITH ES/XD* 1 C NOT .TDA. A WESTERN APPLE OfKRARO INCREASED ITS YIELD FROM KOO 6USHEI.S 10 6OOO, APTER HIVES OP BEES PLACED NEAR THE 7REE5/ THfe BEES CARRIED POLLEN FROM BLOSSCW TO 6LOSSC/A iAC£S 4NO BRACELETS Of PBBCO08 MfetAlS AND WHBN THBy WED THB VEAR 1955 HAS SBT A NI6>»>/ RECORD AS TOE \voasr MURK/CAME IN Her health broken by her devotion to work fnr Hie welfare of others. Mnrtaiuc Ernestine Schunar.n-IIelnk, above, is ill in San Diego, Calif. The be- loT«d singer, 72, was nenr c!t- baustlon from her efforts In the NRA campaign when slio wan taken to the It Is rtiitlcnli to understand why the Egyptlaiis Include^, the croco- nmong their sacred animals. In most regions -of the world Inlinulled uy this reptile, it Is a thoroughly hated creatilre. ' Because of lis cunning, and Us ability to approach unnoticed, it' takes n heavy loll of human lives every year. . NKXT: To \vjiat age dws a Termite queen live? . . BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES <M .OONT V5CRRV. 1 KNOW '. 1 KHOW StfX SI'EAKING THEIR PIECES! , I WftS J(KT .WASH TUBES Sftf, \UHWS £ftTINQ r WELL, IF YOJ O VOU BOZOS? j KHOW TH' TRtJTH, ^ DERN OK.D UP SfME UER6. tfS MOT tH 1 COLfc. BltT VORoET IT. WHY, IT'S OH, IDWTT WMO THIS FftU. tf WHKT TEtLIU'E^V ITWfS MoRe?NOVJ,WC'LL HWTA GO IN ftWOUT tW'CWMUEV, 1 SECDWO STORV VMtMDOWj LIKE TO GET MESSED SAM USES TWO HEADS! SALESMAN SAM -fa ftae, MY &ooo X«P,SS WHftT I C^LUS ft |J1FT(0 T\ MOW. . ot^e. 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