The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 2, 1933
Page 5
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J SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1033 | "' " ' ' • • • •- •••• — -.-— ~~- — \ . BLYTHBVILU. (MUL) OOUKqat ITiWl FAOI rrv* SECTION m CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily ra.te per line ror consecu- ll\c insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per line Ite T\vo times ix>r Hue por day .. '08c Inroc times per Hurt per day .. 06c falx times per line per day ,.., 05o llontn i* 1 * P 61 " Ulie 60c Minimum charge Mo Ads ordered tot tliree or «lx (lines and stopped before explra- ijoa will be charged lor the num- ter of times tire ad appeared and. adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy tuUntUcd by person 1 ; residine out- Bide of the city must be accom- 1 anlcd by cash. Kates may be t'aflly computed from above table. No responsibility will be If ten for more Hum one incorrect ui- scillon of anv classified ad. AdvertisiiiE crdcred for Irregular Insertion take the one time iate. Phone 306 or ,307. 1HONE 107 "Our Coal ii BUc|t But We Tent V'cm White" ' BRILLIANT Si KENTUCKY COAL Quality & Quantity aturtnte BARTNICK'8 COAL VABD R. R. & Ash St. Lnree niiitc pointer. DOG, wtlltc spots on stbinuch, lost on Gilctirlsl farm soutli o! town. Billy Qaines, court h.ousc. Ic-jt6 See E. A. Fisher ,,. Before Buying Good Coal. Retail & Wholesale Out of Car On Track BeUcen Ash <k Main WOMEN'S TAILORING ISfper? 'f tlons, r discarded furs. Mr*. StabbleOeld 511 Walker, .,,A.Ye., CarulhersvJU* M ?- ffff Vfan, t , \ No. 2 American Saw picte, saws, Mandrels, {!og .Tii.rn w, 24 HP. Ei.gine. 32 flue bpilc Will trudc for miiles or car ' 1 Eootl condition. Apply B. H. CIs cell, or Idaho .Grocery j Co.u Bas KUSINiiSS DIRECTOKY New ?nd I'scil Furnlluro Bougli; and Sold Stoves Repaired—Any Make Alvin llar'dy all W. 20p kia-20 EXPERT Tj'pes'riter and Adding Mnchme Kepiiring. U. S. Blank- enshlp, 116 E. Rose. Call NiS-J. 21c k!2- See Us for Boiler and Genera Blacksmith \Vcrk by John Wade Tom Howard's Machine Shop Cc kll-30 Wcstlnghouse Aufoniatlc 'Flivor Zone Oven t^.nge, 'th'ree burner^, Price reasonable Guy Walton, Vft West Vine St. ' 28pi;7 FOR SALE—Pontiac Cosch, 1»» model, good running motor, lour new tires. Apply Hubbard Hdw. Co. 27clt5 TWO JKRSEY MUk Cows with first calf. Call 211 or Inquire at Hnynes Men's Shcp. 7c klb REAL ESTATE L. G. Moss BlylUcvillt's Cut Rale Undertake lOp k 12-1Q Wagon and Truek Coyers made to order, any she, 9'4"xl2' J4.W "P. 8'4"xl5' 5550 up. Carney Awning Co. 113 S. First St. BlylhevUle, Ark : WANTED LAND—We have buyers for land in different sized tracts. Thomas Land Do. nckl2-17 CLEANED. TAILORS Come 'in, list you rc»l ectate . Se« wbU ve hare to a» E. M. Ten? Licensed Dealer' Terry-Worthlrnton Title Co, BljtotsUle -- .. . .Ilune 111. 23pkli-23 I 1 UK KEN1 1 Look nice for Xmas! Have jour clothes cleaned &. relexcd by Unique Cleaning Service. C»U m ' " For Quality Cleaning Phone 180 Barnes NuWa Cleaners. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM. 3UI) LAKE ST. . 2-Ck-S NICELY lumishcd bedroom, men preferred. 1011 W: Walnut. Call alter 5 p. m. Mrs. Ed Harrtln., . 2»ck-tf 12ckl2-12 AUTOMOTIVE LOW PRICES on winter car needs, heaters. Model T $1.98 up. Main. Calf 308 - Kcd's flare - 118 E. Mate For Auto Paint! nr Body ar.d Fender Service 28ckl2-28 FOR RENT—Furnished Apartment with private bath. 1030 W. Walnut. 27 r ck-5. MODERN Three room Apartment with bath, unfurnished, Phone 764. 27-ck-U. WOLF ABIAN, 12B E. 22ckl2-22 LARGEST STOCK USED PARTS Between Memphis and St. Louis Also Auto Glass—Phone 66 JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. complete, phone 785-J after 6 p.m. Mrs. Belle Wood. 27ck6 SMALL furnished apartment, 811 W. Walnub St. CaU 313 J. 25-ck-2 FOim room newly furnished apartment, 1015 W. Ash. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. Call 412-W. 21ck-TT AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We Install glass in your car white you wait. Call us for better service, phono 633. Shouse-LUtle Chevrolet Co, I0ckl2-10 Nice, large BEDROOM. 310 W. Walnut. Close In. IScktt Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise Tires-BiiUcrics - Replacement Parts HURRARD IIAKDWAKE CO. Automotive Dcpt, . Ickl5 Aufn Glaxs All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. lOc k!2-10 STORE room 25sl!0, located V.V 1 , Main Street. Available L T (i'i. 1. ^iLdrr'.: Co''.ii r !: lirv:.":. Cc^l2-6 ~\VANTED TO I5UY WANTED TO BUY—Used Electric refrigerators. Must be In good condition, Phone 764. 27-ck-f. WANTED TO RENT Wauled To Rent—TWO nice unfurnished rooms, Call at 312 East Main. 27pk5 WANTED WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker, Day and Night Service. Call 633. Shousc-Lillle Crcvrolet Co. 10ckl2-10 Get Your Car in Tune for Cold Werdhcr. Woil. Guaranteed. RUSSELL ANDERSON ' Dodge fc Plymouth Garage ['hone 888. 6ckl2-6 BATTERIES HAGS, Must he cler.n ar.ii iico Irorn but!(H:s. courier News. CORN WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY We pay mole for uctMiis. furs hitif.n, brass, copper, radiators aluminum, lead, batteries. Phone 176 Wolf Arlan, 128 E. Main. 22ckl2-K LOST Ballcrj & Radiator Service We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for less money. Any make radiator repaired or rc- corcd. Get our prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 633. Shousc-Liltle Chevrolet Co. 10ckl2-10 LOST—Rinjr of keys in Oraber' store. Finder please call 308. Ick New Ford Batteries Kenlal - Rtch^rging - Repairing "7 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 25C kl2-2o RADIOS AH Radio.-,, including R. C. A., are being closed out at cost for CASH at Hubbard Hardware Co. Ilckl2-ll Sl'OHTING GOODS You. will find a complete line ol Ni:w MODEI, BICYCLES at Ilubliard Hardware, Company. 160 kl?.-1 COAT, & WOOD \Vc arc exclusive agents for nr)B- iinl Genuine Montcvallo Coal and Sipscy, Arkansas Anlliracitc, Illinois and Kentucky Coals. Hione m E. F. Fry Wonder City Cotl Company 8ckI2-9 GOOD COAL" is TJIE CHEAPEST COAL .T— There Is n» coal, O»**Wrst of the Allegheny Mountains, as hlfh to heat and .« low In uh u the S UPREMiBi Snper-RektJC| , . • , ^r^^^ That' is » bol« ** sUttmfnt, b«t It hi ethical, bcfatse it's tree.. We have authoritative -aiMlyils on file on all coat and c*ii prove this cl»lm. SUPRMIK Suptr-heal is the only coal of its kind and sold only by this company. • 6x3 Media m Slic Lamp , Per Ton 57.50 Cash' Half Ton - - ?i.0» A Rich Man's Coal;.-it. A Poor Man's Price Superior Ccal & Mining Co, 3M W. Walnat - Phone 700 peying for ad. Courier News. Telc- leans were designated aVlhe most bcnuliriil In the United States by • as yet reached prc- maUitalricd by tho war levels, me steadily on the up- nrcsldent of the Na- Phillips and-Fergus CoUu- wcre raulnced by othcre at end of tional Tree Protective Association. If Ihfj won't cut cmll Ed Smith, period. The an orphuru' price level In October rosu to .06, "The, great gpreadlngf. live oaks ol New Orleans art the most beautiful trees I have ever seen anywhere In America." Mrs. Flcckcn- sU'lii snid while visiting here. Lake — Hand »*«, tit; We; crosa c«t, S4c. according lo the department, ana 'i Ton Arkansas Truck License No. 25078T. Owner may huve me by coming In to Courier and paying for ad. 10 ktt llic buying iwwcr of the farmer's Ihi-lve on their sckntlftc care. Louisiana Trees Get National Honor dollur was B3 cents. gold hunting easier. Tlie booklet HUTTE, Mont, (UP)—Monlnna Pfiin. Farm Oitlook Up HARRISBURG (UP) — An Habits (iet New Mother* School of Mines here has publlsh- COIIVALUS, Oic. (UP)-OiCROn timlstlc note has been sounded for LACK KID gloves for lady. Own- liend courier News Want Ads. nun tiees In and around New Orcil a pamphlet designed lu make Ilio fanner In rcusylvnnln by the er may have by Identifying and JUR BOARDING HOUSE SWISH—SOCK! WA, you GET \NTHE.TROU6>V4, TOR -SUPPER 2 •BOTH OF VOU MOANING GRMAPS,S\NC£ THST BIG TURKEY ,TH£R6j THIS I KNOC MUCH TOO LIGHT MAN TO THROW/ »< AN TOAST V ; /, fAARTHA " PVOT 9~ ALL WE GET TO HUIWP OVER,TOR SUPPER*? NMLK GOSH, ^^^T^.TW^-*•I HEAsVY VICTUKLS? I A\S1T CUTTIN TEETH 9 TINY SPEftR.Wnil A ON THE RfTftR.' WHAT'S THM THING? INFANTS "PAW SWFF? CORRECT V VOUR NOSE AW WRONG/ MAN'* SCENT 15 THERE, AWFUL STRONG.' BUT A WANTS HADIT! 3UST . /• A<3ONY TOR BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES oocv\V'. oo\v>' R\6W WASHTUBBS ETERMIN£0 TO RECCWER THEIR STOLtM 60LO GAIU AMD EA9Y .TRAIL THE R08BERS TO THEIR LAIR.AND PEEPARE TO &1VE TH^M A BIG SURPRISE. SOUNDS REASONABLE! SALESMAN SAM I P>T i-AST I'M OM r*<-,' WPN BACK To T«' aPcJT OOiCK To Seie. ucu I O ee yes' Too wJo(ise ; I.FV'O woe. RETURN ENGAXiKMBNT! FRECKLES AND -HIS FRIENDS \NELL, 1 WANTED 7v(l) TO IrtJovJ THAT MY BROTHER'- 5HOWED • SMADVS1DE HOVJ TO R»TBA1-L...6 1 LIEVE CRASH CAN TAKE IT!! ow:o«: TA&'S TONGUE'STARTED FAR AS I'M COIJCECNED, HE CAW HAVE 1T " -, IF WE HITS ME, triL BE A CNE-TW PUHCM,ALLR1SHT-- ' NBER WND THE TWO ' CENTS, TA3 - TW1SISNO FPZECkLES.. A SISSY! .J<v'fesf

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