The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1933 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 24, 1933
Page 7
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•.} t <t • 24, 1933- BLYTHBVIL'LB. fARK.) COUKffiE HEW8 Ci ASSIII ED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally per ;me ror cousecu- tl\e Insertioixs: (Five average words to a line) One time per line lie Two times i>-r line per day .. OBc •1 nrce times per linn per day .. CHjc blx times per line per day — 05c Month rate per line 60c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six l!mes and stopped before expira- l»on v:ill IK chargcc for the number of limes tfe ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising cops submitted by persons residing outride of. the city uijist. be accum- 1 anied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table Ko responsibility will be takei for more llrai one incorrect in seition of anv classified ad. Advertising udcred for Irregu tar insertions take the one tim rale. Phone 306 or 307 See E. A. Flslier Before Buying Good Coal. Wholesale Out of Car On Track Between Ash A; Main 7c k!2-1 COMPANY, Dcpt. NONA, MINN. BRILLIANT & KENTUCKY COAL Quality & Quantity Guaranteed BARTNICK'S COAL YARD R. R. & Ash St. Phone 179 HONE 107 BUCHANAN "Our Coal is Black But We Treat You White" 9c k!2-9 iVe are exclusive agents fur orlg- iml Genuine Montevallo Coal mil Slpsey, Arkansas Anthracite, Illinois and Kentucky Coils. Hione 477 K. F. Fr> Wonder City 'Coal Company 9ckl2-9 FOK SALE WBY-397,- WI- I'HOTOGKAPpRS \ pliologrjph — the perfect Xmas ; Kcduccd holiday 'price.*. Hu bert Hovle, next door lo Western Union.- 21cU2-21 PERSONAL It they won't cut call F.d Smith, 301 'S. Lake. — Hand s»M*, .tie; nwit saws, 23c; cross cut, 5<H\ 16-p-k-18 Univ. of Mluni'sotu Cuts Costs MINNEAPOLIS lUl')—In line reduction of student expenses, the University of j Illinois stnto tax rate lor next Mlrmi'£o:[t recently reduced the J' l '-' lr graduation fee $2.50. The new fee! Collections from the sales tax nvo will be $7.50, ns cofnparcd with j expected to equal the amount Oit> the $10 clwrye of former Stale Salei Tax Will °U l'">i>"ly, and oxpwlallon Istlmt ptttic oaies i ax irui ^ 6lnlo lilx ll!vy board| vtcn lt Cut States Tax Rate im-cis 'we >«xi mouth to fix the Hl'HINOHKUJ. 111. sulc tali's tnx. .wlilcli -lins been In CiKMiitum stuce July 1 Insl, Is ex- r-fcictl to alford a reduction in —A 1 rnlc tor llnlly reduce the rate, whlcli Is now 60 cents on every hundred' dollar viihiiiloii Collections during Hie Ilrsl OUR BOAK DING 1101JSK months of the operation of the tax Public He»Hh to Sho.w Effects of Depression I'llILADELPHIA. (UP) —Public licnlth will' show eftecls.of the de- lircssion for Ihe n?xt 10' years, ab- to Dr. .Everett Ilristol, " di- Cpirimerce' licHllh' I commtUeV.j Dr. Bristol said thjit.- "jncntai tmdi'Jier- ': voits'diseases, tuberculosis.and fnal- nulrltlon' In children all have increased in > ^ri alarming degrcjj."i "OreiH ettori oh the part of-the medical profcsilon^H:be rcqilifed In the next., decide "to overcome upside FOR SALE:—Westingliouse electric range, three burners, thermostat; and-clock oven control, good condition. A real bargain. P. O. Box li. Walnut liidgc, Ark. 24c-k28 BUSINESS DIRECTORY New ?nd Used Furniture Bough: and Sold Stoves la-paired—Any Make Alvin Hardy bll VV. Asli 20p R12-20 J-UK SrtLi.—'.U acres oiipavtai 3-4 mile o! Blytheville. Cottage v:lth lights, tenant house, harn etc. .515.00 acre on terms. A rare bargain. 3 acres and cottage, etc., on 61, north of Blytheville. $1500. 40 acres. Clear Lake $1500. $250 cash, bal. annually, no mortgage. THOMAS LAND COMPANY 11ckl8 TWO~~JKRSEY MUk Cows with first calf. Gail 211 or inquire at Hriynes Men's Shop. 7c klO EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Repairing. U. s. Blank- cnship, 110 L'. liose. Call 165-J. •21c k!2-21 See Us fir Euilcr and General Blacksmith V/crk by John Wade. Tom Howard'3 Machine Shop 6c kll-30 • L, G. JSoss Blylhevllle's Cut Kale Undertaker • lOp k 12-10 Wagon and Truck Covers made to order, auy size, 9'i"xl2' ¥4.10 up Pay a few cents more and purchase 1'TIESH EGGS, laid daily. PIOK- AHD'S STORE, loth Street. 9-4" X 15'' 55.50 UP' earn*, Awning WANTED LAND-Wc have buyers V lo. 113 I Ist'st. BTy?nevlUe Ark for land in djffercnt sUcd tracts, -, 23pkll-23 CLEANERS. TAILORS Look nice for Xmas! Have your clothes cleaned & retewd by Unique Cleaning Service. Call 171 20-ck-12-20 For Quality Cleaning Phone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners. !2ckl2-12 AUTOMOTIVE LOW PRICES on winter car needs, alcohol. GPA glycerine, tons & side curtains, heatero. Model T ..... S1.S3 up. WOLF ARTAN, Main. Call 308 - Red's Place - 118 E. For Aulo Paintins Body and Fender Service Formerly nilb. Shousc-tittle Co. 22ckl2-22 1' " TAROEST STOCK USED PARTS Between Memphis and St. I^ Also Auto Glass—Phone 60 JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO.. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car you wait, call us tor better service. Phor.c G33. Stousc-I.ittlc Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-10 Call L : s V.'licn In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise Tircs-Iialtcrlcs - Replacement Tarts ' HUDB.lTin HARDWARE CO. : Automotive Dcpt. Aiifo Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. lOc k!2-10 WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker, Day and Night Service. Call 633. , Sliouse-litlle Crcvrolct Co. 10ckl2-10 Get Your Car ir, Tune [or Cold Weather. Woil. Guaranteed. RUSSELL ANDEHSON Dcxlje & Plymouth Garage Phone 888. . v Cckl2-0 ~ JJATfElRIES Battery & Radiator Service We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for less money Any make radiator repaired or re- cored. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call fi33. Shousc-Litfle Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-l' New Ford Balteries Iti'nUl - Itccharsinc - Repairing 777 TIRE & BATTERY STATIOIv 25C kll-2 RADIOS All Radios, including H. C. A., ai being closed out at cost for CASH at Hubbard Hardware Co. Ilckl2-l St-QitTlXG GOODS ~ Vou will find A complete line of NEW MODEL BICYCLES at Iluhbard Hardware Company. I6C k!2-I COAL & WOOD ,• 100 Phones 123 Ko Price Advance Yet On FAMOUS SAHARA COAL "Hot"As" Ihe Desert' Sands" E C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO 30c kll- rector of toftllh- education [or; the were used to nld state unemployed. Compility. dilresslng (he Ilcud Courier News Wtnt Ads. slate has received from WORSU Ol'T THAN • ,-•A TXDCTOR. OF ARTS AND SCIENCE UP A, THIS 15 GETT1N 1 COMPUCATEDf VIE STftUT LOOWN' rOR-WHUX SO ViE CAN CO GET -Til 1 QUEEN A PUT/ HOW ViE GOT TH 1 PE1,W£ SlllL GOTTA FIND DiNNXjSO VE CAN GET Til' PET TO HER? WOTTO, AR<SLHN<S ABOUT YOUR , HOW-TIHAT WE'RE .ON TH' OTHER SIDE, WT: GOTTASPOT II5 SCALY IHOEf UMPA SENT U5 TO GET.' ^ LITTLE DINO FOR A PE YOU TWO WIMT3V W17APOS COf^WNE YOUR TALENTS, LEAN UP THE CELLAR? OLD* I'LL, THERE WW INCONGRUITY, \\\\s T-IRSTTIME tVE (SOME DOWN AFTtU A WALLOP - AND LARRUP THE BOTH YOU INTO A-TWtt OF "BOOK-ENDS FOR THE USUALLY 60 ^\ ^OKAV/ VTClL I'HREftOV.' UHEftD INTO THE LH'S CtT J I JUNGLE \\ERE! HE GOIN.' / V MUST BE AROUND ^ r^\ SOHEWHCRE NEAR' uL, WMPIM CRABS AN'AfROG HEY.' WE HA1NT CROSSED TH RNER! WE'RE'ON AN ISLAND, OUT 1'OULTRY & EGGS ICO yds otf pavement on Norlti REAL ESTATE F6r Sale: 40 "acres to. good negro S15QO, $250 "cash," balance annually Thomas Lund Co. TALKING THINGS HOOTS ANO HKR_l!(TM)[KS •Thomas Land Co. Come in; list yottr rtal estate See what we have to sell 1 E. M. Terry Licensed Dealt Terry-Worthlneton Title Co. V QVJ^t XOU UQW \\MWV\M6 TVS. Plione 617 23pkl2-2; you , \<b- no UtfV'bOVi \<.\CV(. FOUR room newly furnished apart ment. Vacant Dec. 1. Mrs. M. G Goodwin. Call 412-W. EIGHT room house 123 N. Fift St- Apply 300 Lake Street. 20-ck-2 THREE room FURNISHED apar BEDROOM. Close QRICK STORE room 25x140, lo- OOK WASHIE! WASH Tunns cated West Main Street. Avail- HAVK3 IT'. WE AIN'T GOT ALL ME HAMDLE THIS BRAT— A HUPRV. UAV OFF THE ROUGH STUf F, BUDDIE, NECESSfiRV. I'LL^INOTUG GOLD. Address Courier News, WOM T, EH? VJHV, VOU RAT, I GOT A MIND LfcT YOU HfWE IT. COME ACROSS, K!D! WHERE'S GOLD desires position as light house work. RX" Courier News. RAGS, Must be clean and tree ironi buttons. Courier News. We pay more for pecans, f urSi hides," brass, copper, radiators, aluminum, lead, batteries. Phone G, Wolf Arlan, 128 E. Main. CORN WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY 3ckl2-3 WOMEN'S TAILORING \>icrt fur repairing, coat alterations, reasonably priced. Also buy iscardcrt furs. Mrs. Stuhhlcficld 11 Walker Ave., Csruthcrsville, lo. Call 572. 17-pc-12-n SA.K'S GONE S(JU1RKKLLY! SALESMAN SAM SPLOSH -.TOM, pp.-2-O^- IM I CA)J PIMISH i-1UC ' 'JouceoTnprr-F-^ I BOU&HT TU HAS BEGM pePPV LP&' COUPLA OA^Sj t-\e. To!A£RS COOilKlli 1 ON IBERAL HF.WARp for rct\irn of one '30 fcy 5 casing and tulic lountcd on rim and wheel com- ined for Chevrolet..'Roseiand Gin Co., Roseiand, Art:. 21-ck-24 \ : 2 Ton Arkansas Truck License No. 250787. O'.vncr may hav a me by coming in to Courier and paving for art. ,10 kt FEMALE HEL Wanted: Settled woman to d I'.OKC work, no cooking, wash ng or ironing. Apply to Mrs. Ab ner Driver, Osceola, Ark. 21-pk2 BY BL'QSSEX SALESMEN WANTED SHOWING THEM! FRECKLES'ANO HIS FRIENDS SALESMAN WANTED: Between 3 and 45 years of age. to work east crn Arkansas territory. Must hav car, able to finance self ten day: Salary, .expenses and bonus. Na tionally' known line .has. been sol In Arkansas 20 years.' See L. L Bolts, fnlcsmanagcr. Room' 312. Ho t°l Noble, 5:30 !o 9 P. M. today. 23p k2 BOYOBOY/ IS TMAT FRECKLES \ A HONEY, COACH? ' ' IS A ,/ M THE CECEWING ESJP, FaECV-.V€= MAKKS A SPE'TACULiS CATCH AMD RJV'^5 DOVM kifJCST S!DS OP THE FIELD RD2 ANQ-WEft TOUCMDOWN .' HOV/ MUCH TIME LEFT, JUDGE'..' f? SHADYSIDF. STRIKES HARO /»r«> BACK A!JO CALV.LY COt.'SlDE THAT A COAT? ID CALL HIM A GEEYPOCIJ.'O SKMIHOTES IEPT TOCO . -scoae- klWGSTOM 2.0 SH4DVSIDE 7 CLASSIFY MALE HELPMAN—Wanted to take cire of a established business In the sa ot McConnon Produck in Missb sippl, Greene. Clay. Lawrence Coun tics. Good living rig^it now with li creasing profits as you bcconvc quainted with customers and bus n<;ss. We finance responsible persons. Experience not necessary. Apply by letter to McCONNON K

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