.SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 'is, 19331 BLYTHEVILLB. (ARK.) COUB1ER HBWB CI AMI f I ED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally ra.te per line ror consecutive insertions: (Five average words to a line) On* time per line lOc Two times per llr.e per day .. OBc lnre« times per )ln« per day .. Ofic faix times per line per day ,.., 05c Month rate per line 60c Minimum charge 60o Ads ordered for three or six limes and stopped before expiration »:ill be charged for the num- ter of times tre ad appeared and adjustment ol bill made. ' All Classified Advertising copy rulmitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accom- lanied by cash, Rates may be easily computed from above table. Ho responsibility wul be taken lor more thun one Incorrect in- seitlon of any classified ad. Advertising trdered for irregular insertions take the one time rate. Phone 306 or 307 I'HON'E 107 BUCHANAN "Our Coal Is Black But We'Treat You.. While" Be kl2-9 See E. A. Fisher Before Buying Good Coal. Kelall & Wholesale Out, at Car On Track Between Atii & Main 7c k!2-7 100 Phones 123 No Price Advance Yet On FAMOUS SAHARA COAL "Hot As the Desert Sands" E C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 30c kll-20 FOUND 111 Ton Arkansas Truck License No. 250787. O\yner may have some by coming in to Courier unrt paying for ad. 10 kit We are exclusive afents for Inal Genuine Montenllo and Sipsey, Arkansas Anthracite, Illinois and Kentucky Coali, I hone 417 ' E. t. ItJ Wonder City Coal Company 9ckl2-9 FOR SALE I'OR SALE—40 acres on paved road 3-4 mile of Blylheville. Cottage vlth lights, tenant house, barn etc. .$75.00 acre on terms. A rare bargain. 3 acres and cottage, etc., on Gl north of Blytheville. *1500. 40 acres, Clear Lake $1500. $250 cash, bal. annually, no mortgage THOMAS LAND COMPANY BUSINESS DIRECTORY New and Used Furniture Bought arid Sold Stoves repaired— Any make Alvin Hardy 517 W. Ash. 20pkll-20 FOE SALE—Used lumber sizes, New Post Office. FOR SALE—Cabinet right piano, good condition, J>1(>0 cash. Phone Kl or 141. EXPERT Typewriting and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. Blankenship, 116 E. Rose. Call 1G5-J. 21ckU-21 See Us for Boiler and General Blacksmith Wcrk by John Wade. Tom Howard's Machine Shop 6c kli-30 CHEVROLET — Late TRUCK, long wheel slock rack, 2 spare tires, wheels. Perfect condition. Tires practically iiew. John Allen, Holland, Mo. L. O. Moss Blytheville's Cut Hate Undertaker lOp k 12-10 Wagon an3 Track Covers made to order, any size, 9'4"il2' H-N> up, 8'4"*15' $5.50 up. Carney Awntaf Co. 11J S. First St. Blytheville, Ark 23pktl-23 POR SALE—CAPE, doing nice business. Must leave on account of sickness. Very low price. Cheap ruit. 105 N. Second Street, Bly- lheville. AUSTIN COUPE, perfect running condition. O. M. ; Morgan, Phone CLEANERS. TAILORS For Quality Cleaning phone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners. 12ckl2-12 :t Pavs to Look Nice Send Your Woo'en Dresses to Unique Cloning Service,-- • TWO JERSEY first calf. Call 211 or inquire a Haynes'Men's Shop. ' POULTRY & EGGS Pay a few cents more and purchase FRESH EGGS, laid daily. PICK ARD'S STORE, 1044 CHIC. AVE. or 100 yds orl pavement on North IWh Street. . AUTOMOTIVE Day & Nljht Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Steinberg Phone ,605 19c kU-19 Call 308 - Red's Place -118 E. For Auto Painting Body and Fender Service Formerly with, Shous«-LHtle Co. 10ckl2-10 IARGEST STOCK USED FARTS Between Memphis and St. Louis . Also Auto Glass—Phone 66 JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. • 2ckl2-2 AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We Install glass in your car while you wait. Call us (or better service. Phone 633. Sbouse-Littlc Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-10 Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed' Merchandise I'ires-Uattcries - Replacement Parts IIIIBISAKI) HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. IcklS Auln Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. lOc k!2-10 WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker, Day and JsMght Service. Call 633. Shouse-Lvttle.Crcvrolct Co. 10ckl2-10 Get Your Car in Tune for Cold Weather. Woik Guaranteed. RUSSELL ANDERSON Dodge & Plymouth Garage Phono 883. 6ckl2-6 BATTERIES Battery & Radiator Service We guarantee you better batlery or radiator work for lass money Any make radiator repaired or re- cored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 633. Stiouse-Liltle Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-10 New Ford Batteries Rnnlal - Kcchargins - Repairing 777 TIRE & DATTERY STATION 25c kll- RADIOS All Radios, including R. 0. A., ar being closed out at cost for CASH at Hubbard Hardware Co. Ilckl2-l SPORTING GOODS V'nii will find a complete line of SEW MODEL BICYCLES at .Hubbird Hardware Company. IGc k!2-l COAL & WOOD BRILLIANT & KENTUCKY COA Quality & Quantity Guaranteed BARTNICK'S COAI, YARD R. R. & Ash St. Phone 17 3cil2- 's Largeit Flock iictunl .timing iiu- llonists in the world, is the only Team to Carry Mall livery of - mail -thii 'winter. ' ' ono. which comes mider- actual. ob- four hours lo pass « given tpol, team will cover' live ' sriow-cli ' HANGELEY, Me. (UPj-Ppr ths Of Geese Poised for Trip'!,' servation, Rnd.slnoe HID last mi- muting their wny down me beach Hut time In New England history, rural route 'through • the te gration has Increased greatly. which iiUrnclcd the a dog, (,eani will be used in the de- MONTREAL (UP)—The world's i w |; 0 !e countryside, greatest llock ot birds, 15,0001 After sliiyiin; ni Cup Tourmcntu Creator Snow Clccse, now HI Cap fur nearly two months llils grMt Convicts Mu« Cider HOONVILLE; MO. (up»—A crew - THIS CURIOUS WORLD LEGAL NOTICES ourmente, 30 miles from Quebec Hock now Is preparing for its nn- of prisoners from the »t»te pcnl- Cily, Is about to slnrt its speclar- mm i ra | gr nt(on south, and during WARNING OUDEK tcntlai-y was sent here ular flight to wanner climes. making elder at tho Bell orchards >tho long winter montlis will find H.E. Tucker, Lady Mary Tucker l lie remainder of Wild-life conscrvatlonlsls from tliellcr along iho coast ol Virginia. which was purchased by the peni purls of Ihe province saw The Hock, seen by some of Hie Whllacre, are wnrnixl to appear Illghl recently and 'most ouUlnndlng gnme conccmi- Chickasawba DtsUlct of MissUsip- OUU HOARDING HOUSE pi County, Arkansas, within thirty days from this date, to answer a complaint filed against them Realty Purchase! WOULTJKT TOR K "BVT OF "BUT VOU OF ^THE- MONEV I LOST UNDER TVAt "DINING YOU AND 1'LV. son as siib-scllulcd trustee, Ealed Ihis 4lh day of November, 1933. K. L. OAINES, • Clerk. Reid, Evraid & Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. - 4-11-18-aS YOU'D ON THE P&KNX VOUD TOSS OVERBOARD TORTWE"., Original Copy of Famed Opera in California TAKt OUT $ IOO TOR •YOURStlT ! CAN 6E FROZEN UNTIL IT IS BRITTLE, WITHOUT ANY APPARENT INJUflV... THE. FISH BECOMING AS Acrtve AS BEFORE/ '•«-, ON 6EIN& THA\WED OUT/ OAKLAND, Cal. (UP)— What Is AAFF LARCENY _ believed to be the original copy of Wolfgang Aniadcus Mozart's opera, "The Magic Flute," was found in possession of E. B. Porter, Oak- IS A HEBREW WORD, M6ANIN& A land man, recently. Porter declares ihnt a slib pasted In the back of an old worn alum contains a message penned In nk. now fading, which establishes uthenticity, although not conclii- vely. The inscriplion. wliicli lacks a ORAIBI, A SMAll, 1ONWN IN NORTHEASTERN ARIZONA, HAS BEEN INHABITED CONTINUQUSC/ SINCE THB VEAR /37O. ignature, however, reads: The Magic Flute' that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had In his possession; it wns bequeathed lo EM;ar M. Porter on the death-bed o ils friend, Mr. Beeken Lifo History Told an Bill DALLAS, Tex. (UP)— A condens- The age of the town ot Oi'Vbl, Ariz,, .was determined by Uoiiulnss, tislronomer of Ibc Un'lversllyot Arlzonn; Dr: Douglass fit ted the growth rings oil Ihe ends of wooded beams In the Oralbi dwellings, and, by comparing them with tne rings of cut Irjes,' was able to lenrn at what date the timbers were cutl ed life history was found wrillci on the edge of a bill hy a ban] •This Is the last of a $100,000 for tune spent on wine, now in jail awaiting execution for murder. fJWENNIEsWORKS FAST! u^j &0 i~VKWO UP TOR HER I. 1 • VOli VtM)W, \ COUV.O 60 VOU. VOO IN THE DOUGH! By Craa TDAV THEY AftC RICH Iff WASH TUBBS /f\KO THE. THRSE '3tLU THU'.N i'LAl'ED W U PAP.TNCkJSHIP CLWM TO M ASH ftND EA5V CftM HAROW BEUEVE THEIR : : AW, FORGET IT. TO WASH AND +7000 TO ElVSV TWENTY- SEVEM THOUSAND, DOLLARS! YESTERDAY, IT SEEMS, THEY wefte . THE SLEftK COAST OFAlftSK^ REAL ESTATE WANTED LAND—We haye buyers for' larid' in" different slied tracts. Thomns Lnnd Co. 11ck24 OPPORTUNITY — 79 acres, 45 cleared, all fenced. Good improvements, on mail and .high tihool bus line, two miles of Ozark town. Piice-$5.75 per acre. Free stock ranji!, low taxes. Sec J. C. Chapin, Manila, Ark. lip k21 Come In, list your real estate Sec what we have to sell E. M. Terry -Licensed Dealer Terry-Worthlnnton Title Co. Blytheville Phone 617. 23ckU-23. FOR RENT THREE room FURNISHED aparl ment, private bath. Good location. Call 12-W. ia-ck-23 oom furnislied house, bath, garage. Call Mrs. Wickham, 83 or 280. llckli icc, largo BEDROOM. Close in. 310 W. Walnut. 13cktf RICK STORE room 25x140, located West Main Street. Avail- ble Jan. 1. Address Courier News, .lythevillc. 6ckl2-6 WANTED TO RENT .bout 100 acres of good colton land. H. A. Smilh, Phone 435, at 510 V. Main. . iscktl AGENTS WANTED MAN with car, small investment, to take over territory of cholci or selling Intcst auto accessory. UG COMMISSION. "S" Courier lews. 17[)k21 MALE HELP WANTED =1L1NG MAK3RS, also men to clear ground oa good crop contact. See or write Jess Lav,head Box 22, Caraway, Ark. 17p ld8 WANTED CORN WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY 3ckl2- WOMEN'S TAILORING Expert fur repairing, coat allera- tions, reasonably priced. Also bu' discarded furs. Mrs. StubbkHeld 511 Walker Ave., Carulhersvilie Mo. Call 572. 17-pc-12-17 LOST LOST—Envelope containing can celled cr.ecks and other papers Finder please notify Mrs. Myrtl Bourland. 16ck2C Strayed-One Black horse mule G yrs old.. 1514 hands high lib cral reward. Notify, Hlghfill i Doan Mule Co., Phone 236.' llckl l^ERSONAlT If they won't cat call Ed Smith .104 S. l*ke — Hand saws, meat S.ITS. 25c; cross cut. 50c. 15-p-k-l rTXEFORE WPSH AiND EASV REALIZE IT, THF/'RE SEUtKO TW61R CLAIMS TO GfclL, SALESMAN SAM JUST ONE SNI!'! By SMA1 tueAR=> ft suppose we WfwTs FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HIS BIG MOMENT! BY BLOSS UJSRVCHJS AM? UPSEF, !A A RESULT OP CSA5H RIW.G . HIM, FRECXLE5 f'JMBLES.BLiT RECOVERS, LOSING TO'.'R SECOND . DaWN.VJITH FOURTEEN TOGO'.! FUFJIOUS AT FRECKLES' FUMS'-^G.CBASH BUCKS. (JAMMERS AkiD DRIVES WS VM~r TO A T|-||RL> DOWiM ANO ONE It) GO "if THERE! MOV; YA i"^. THAT ? KiEXf IS A COS,'<:£i'-E3 PASS FPOM EED TO YCW....GIT -. DOVJNJ UiJDER ITAN'DOMT BfJIMG IT THIS WA IT OVER THEIR GOiL... WOT OURS V^'HATS Til' MATTER \U1TVI i£ ?,(£'£ 'I'M.SHAkY/.'.Z .S .<SOTTA PULI'MYSEUF Jg k... CLICK.' " .ff^. F3ECW.es IS AWAY LIKS^ FLAT-R50TSP. RED'S PASS ' SPEEDS LIKE A STREAM Q= Co^Crt COOSB ^ HIS 32EAT,; -.:..
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