The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1933 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1933
Page 7
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WED_N'KSDAY, DECEMBER' 13, 1933 ILTgHSVMJ, CAM.) COUKTO H1W1 PAGE H € i ASS if i ED SECTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFOHMATION 2,, Daily rale per iir.e lor coiuecu- il\c insertions: (Five average words to » line) One time per line lOc Two times per line per day .. 08c Inrec times per linn per day .. C6c falx times per line per day .... 05c Uouth rate per line 60c Minimum c&ftrge BOc Ads ordered Jor three or elx times and stopped before esplra- lion will be charged for the num- ter of times tre ad appeared and aojustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- eirie of the city must be accoui- 1 unied by cash. Raws may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be tasen for more thun one incorrect in- seitiou of am classiiied ad. Ajverlitinis (rdcred lor urregu- lous take ' the one tune FOR SALE 0 Fresh Cows with young calves, plenty of springers that will be soon. Musi uc sold. Phone Ic-K MASTADON EVERUEAIUNG STRAWBERRY plants at 75 cents per hundred delivered. J. R. Gray, Route One, Box 128, Uixura, Ark. 13pkl6 FOR SALE — Silvertone Radio, lowboy cabinet, cheap for cnsh. ust sell tills v.eek. Phone 64. lip k!4 FOR SALE—White enamel Ice box porcelain top cabinet, wool rug Cl'J Walnut. 9p kl3 ollic: work. Experienced., worfc cheap. "K\V", Cornier] lip kM" Will Mews. LARGE wlillc (imiily wants share crop or day work. "F" Courier News. 11-pk-M WANTED PERSONAL If they won't cot call Ed Smith, 344 S. Lake — Hand uwi, tic; meat MWI, 15c; frou cut, 50i-, 18C1U2-15 RAQS, Must bs clean and free from buuoiis. cornier News. xsx Wo MALE HELP WANTED MAN -Wanted lo lake cure or 1111 e.s:.(blUVc'[l business in tl'.c sale of McCoimon Products In Mlssls- Klp|i;. Qrecne, Clay, Lawrence Comities. Clcud living rltfhl now with increasing prollls us you l)u- comr iK'quiLlutcd with customers and business. We IHinnce res|xm- slbli- ix-rsons. Ex|>erlcce not necessary Ainily by letter lo McCON- auartmiMil. near Central school. NON ,V COMPANY, Ucpt. WUO more for pecans, furs, hides, brass, copixtr, radlulors, aluminum, lead, baltcries. Phone 176, Well Ailttii. 128 E. Mnln. WANTED — smnll, unfurnished Box C. A., Courier. Op kl5397. WIN'ONA, MINN. 13pkH OUR BOARDING HOUSE Bv Ahern Mississippi Kjyer Highway Is Considered ST. f,OUIS tUP)--A slinky ol UK? rlvor front !A to be murtc to determine Ihc feasibility of building u •'magiilflcvnl highway" nlont' i rlvor fronl, which would doubtless make numerous smnll playgrounds available, would be onu of Ihu fln- rM. ImiiruveiiKMils Hie city lias over muck' nr can niiike." Muyur Okkmiinn talcl, "II is my liiiwnt opinion Uiat tlio Improvement ciui be mnde," the 'If this River. CUD Iw done," Mayor Uernnrd Dlckinnnn, In ordering die .survey, sitUI, "this. Improvement, with a Ihorougli cleaning up of the When \ve of "dog days," we mean . tlie jxirlud liclwccn July 3 und Antnsl II, ao dnys before and ufti'r I lu- rising ol the "dog star." MACiriAS, N. y. tup) — isaa» I'otler claims the consecutive b,iil j lot ciistlng record of New" Y<jrl{ Stale—and perhaps the United States. -At Hid- last ejection,-"hi cast Ills 71st consecutive ballot.'^ { — '—• . . i 1SELMONT, Mass. tUP)—Entrlei of Tliomns J. O'Connor, ESclmont clerk, captured no less than 50 prizes nl llic recent two-day cx-| hiUttlon of the CBgc Birds' Asso-I clntlon. ALLEY 001' HUI/L'S KYK! By HaiaJtfl BILLIARD EQUIPMENT, cheap for cash. Business good, rent reasonable. J. F. '. ittle, Holland, Mo. 5p kl-o lar rale. e 306-or 307 BUSINESS. DIRECTORY NEW 'DEAL- 'I'llADING I'OST Furniture, Tuols, Clothes, tic. AUSTIN COUFB. perfect running condition. O. M. 233-J. Morgan, Phone 4c ktf LOOK! 4 yds. Rayon; 3 yds. Voile; 3 yds. Percale for only $2.98. Rush your ord?rs to W. C. Richmond, Box 241, Caruthersvllle, Mo. REAL ESTATE 1'OR SALE: 40 acres, all in cultivation. One mile south ol Gosnell. Roland-Green Cckia WANTED LAND-We have buyers ' J s=^^-'s iiwk. ill tasl Main. .Ut kl-o| tor land iu .different sized tracts. Thomas Land Co. nek!2-17 Ken ^ni l : scd Furniture Bough; and Sold Stoves Hupaiied—Any Make Alviu Hardy 517 W. Asli 20p k!2-20 EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. Blank- ciLShlp, 110 E. Rose. Call 11S5-J. 21c k!2-21 CLEANERS. TAILORS Look nice for Xmas! Have TOUT clothes cleaned & relc«d tj Unique Cleaning Service. Call 171 • .: ZO-ck-12-H) Come in, list jrour rt»l estate Seer what we ha« to tell E. -U Terry Ttrrjr-Wortblntton Title Co. Ulytheville rhene 617. 23plcl2-;i3 POULTRY & EGGS I'rcsh eggs daily, direct from heu ncry. • Pickard's .erocerj', Cbickasawba'. '' • .' • Be Itl-B For Quality Cleaning phone 130 • Barnes NuWa Cleaners. 12ckl2-12 AUTOMOTIVE LOW 1'KlClia on winter car neeus, htatiris, 1 aitoiiul, 'Crt'A Klyceruii;, Mcrttl T loio « side curtains, stua up. WouP AlllAN, I'M t. Main. l 31)8-Kott«i-i lace-118 E. For Aut.j Palming Body ana tender atrvicc V8ckl2-28 LAItGEST STOCK USED PARTS Between Mempnis and St. Louis Also Auto Glass—Phone M JACKSON' AUTO TAKTS CO. acKi-2 BEDHOOMS close in,. 123 Norlh Fifth, see Ross Beavers. 12ek22 Nicely furnisiicd bedroom, 518 W. Main. Call 303. 9ckl6 Front- rootn close to school. 014 ilrarn Street. 9pkl6 AUTO G1ASS 1NSTALLEB We install gmss (n your car v;hile you wait. caU'us i? r better ser- vitt. Pnone. 633.- abiJuit-Liltle ChMTolct Co. lOc kl-10 ' Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise Tixcs-Uattorics - Replacement Parts liUBUAKU IlAKim.VHE CO. Auvomotive Ucpt. Ic kl-1 An In Glass All Kinds installed The Ark-.Mo Lumber Co. l-ic kl-10 WKECKKK SERVICE Call us wiu-n you need a wrecker, iJay and Nignt Service. Call 6'1'J Shijuic-Utllc Crcvrolct Co. ';• '• ioc ki-io IJATrERIES liattcry & Radiator Scrrica We guarantee you better battery or radiator wort lor less money Any'make, radiator repaired or re- cored. -Get our prices on new and retuult batteries. 1 ' Call 633. bbousc-Liltlc Chevrolet Co. ICc kl-H New licnlal - I 7(7 TIRE Pord Batteries - Hcpalrlng & BATTERY STATION 25C K12-2 RADIOS All Radios, including R. c. A., ar being closed put at cost lor CAS1 at Hubbard 'Hardware Co. Ilckl2-l Sl'ORTING GOODS You will find a complete line of NEW MODEL BICYCLES at Hubbard Hardware Company. 16c k!2: COAL & WOOD See E. A. Fisher Before Buying Good Coal. Retail A: Wholesale Out ot Car On Track Between Ash & Main 70 k!2- V1IONL 10T r.UCIIANA "Our Coal is Btock But Wo Treat You While" Ic kl- Brilliant and Ky. Coal, qualit and weight guaranteed. Bar • nick Coal Yard. Railroad & As! Phor.o 179. 4ckl- WOMEN'S TAILORING Lxpcrt ,fur repairing, coat allem liona, reasonably priced. Also hi discarded fun. Mrs. StutbleBel Sll Walker Are., Carulhersvlll Mo, Call SI?. 17-pc-lM LIST YOUR VACANT APARTMENTS, ROOMS AND BOARD WITH us.,. AVE ARE' HAVING' A NUMBER OF CALLS DAILY FROM P E O I' L E SEEKING PLACES TO L I V E. CALL 30G OR 307 FOR INEXPENSIVE RATES. COUR I E R NEWS CLASSWIED DEPARTMENT. Mutuaw^MHI^HKXIKHHI 1CELY furnished bedroom, men .•leircd. 1U17 W. Walnut. : 5 p. in. iMrs. Ed Hardln. 2UCK.-U S Yes, n?V IF THE WINE DOES MOV PRODUCE 6OUD, I W1LLT-EEL N\Y$50. "FOR THE NMNEWEUL SPENT, ^HEN I SEtK \T OUT SOME TiAM'- PRO"BA15W SOON, r TO BECOME A> *) t UERMIT 0 J ! VVANT NO MORE VOUR 6 G.CJPHEU HOLE \N THE SIDE OF t\ , "PUT HACTER ON HOW TAR D'VA 1HINK. 1IIW SPEAR WENT P YOU AH IMPORTANT LOOKING TO IT, TINTED ON ONTO IT? \M HANDY, , TO TACK IN YOLJP,SHOE,TO COVER A HOLE ' I KHEVE , ! SOMETHING UP AHEAD; LEI'S GO EA5V / A *X STEG05AURUS THROUGH W3 ARMOR PLA1E HE PUTS HIS IN'STORAGE BOOTS AND HKH KUIJIMES MOW VtX> VDUVS6 VhOffA 1 \ W>w TO COMt BWllt WO 6tT - WE MP.HE6 1 . VH WASH TUK15S r IN THEIR OWN AGAIN! BAD BRUISES. t£G AMD FIVE R15S BROKEN. HE'LL 86 UP WOO AROUMD tM A MOWTH OR SO. / DMT LET.THE 15OC RID / O'BRIEW MAY BE UP. BUT HE AJNT GOING t TO BE AROUND. I'M SEEING To IT THAif ITS ALL HE«E, PODHER GOT &»CK 2VERV OUKICE OF GOLD ACES STOLE FROM /WOTTAUICKY US. . -/ OUTFIf WE ARE' I RECKON HOT, 0OONER. AN 1 HOW —WELL, 1 GUESS THEBES V HE GETS A MICE. LONG REST BEHIND ^- : —^i.TME BARS. 5AI.ESMAN SAM GO AHEAD, FIGURE IT OUT, SAM! IT'LL COS Vf, hROU TeM BUCKS! VOLS KtM , RIGHT CHINOS' pep. Xe*) I SHOPPERS, HUH, S YOUR. CHRISTMAS PROBLEhS SOLVED FRECKLES AND HIS 1'KIENDS IN THIS COHNEK WE HAVE— IT ViOSIT SS : VJSLL, I DOM T K^0\-l . BUT AS 1VE S41D, A PUNCH IU TH' MOSE DOESMT CAR£ \WHO GETS (T. 1 AW, APPLESTRUPHL .' ALL. I'VE SEEM SO FA'.?, is YOUR AIR SERVICE // 5Rfc COMES FXIZZY DAVIS MJITH H|S CLEAREP FOR ACTION.'.' SOMMA LICK ME,HUU?SEE : , TVIIS FIST? WELL,ITS WY ARMY—AW SEE. THIS FIST? WELL. IT'S IODERN Three room Apartment with bath, unfurnished, Phone 61 27-ck-U. ice, largo BEDROOM. Close in. 310 W. Walnut. 13cktl WANTED TO RENT VANTED TO RENT: From 80 to 100 acres good land. Can operate •ithout furnishing. F. E. Iimion, Holland, Mo. pkl3 WANTED TO BUY VANTED TO BUY--Used Electric refrigerators. Must be In good audition, Phone 704. 27-ck-f. <EGRO with SV5Q cash wants to buy small house with some :rcund close ii- to Blytheville loi lis home. Prefers near farm where ic can sharcciop. Wants posses- ion by January 1. Excellent rec- jmmendalions. "X", Courier News. ^ASF^l FOR DISCARDED gold and Filvc'r, highest price paid. Rings, ralchcs. spoony etc. Get them out and sell them Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 13 and 14. 12 to P M.. at Coil Hotel, Blytheville. 12p k!5 POSITION WANTED POSITION a.s slct)0grap!ier GOOD COAL IS THB CHEAPEST COAL |^ A There is no coal, •CTUj** West «f the Allegheny Mountains/ as 'high heat and ss low in ash as the UPREMVTi Supcr-HcatJQi That U a bold '""hlatcmcnt, but U clhlcal, because it's true. We have authoritative analysis on file on all coal ar.d can prove this claim. SUPREME Supcr-htat is the only coal of its kind and sold Wy by this company. 6x3 Medium Size Lump Ttr Ton 57.50 Cash ' Half Ton - - $4.00 A Rich Man's Coal at A Poor Man's Price Superior Ccal & Mining Co. I 304 W. Walnut - Fhone 700

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