The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 28, 1937
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1937 " ' BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time per Hw .10c two times per line per day . ..08c Three times p«r line per day ,.0«o llx times per line per day ....05o K'ontli rate PCT line We t«rds of Thanks 50o & 15c Mini muni charge 50c Ads ordered lor three or six times and stopped before expiration will bo charged for the uum- fcer of limes the add appeared and fljustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy jubjnittid by persons residing out- tide of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be KLSily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular fcserttons takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect Inser- Uon ot any classified »d. For Sale Complete ID volume set of Elan dard Reference Books with loose leaf binder. Call 233 or 793. 15-fa-fa 1336 Dodee Fane! delivery triuft, A-l condition, $275. Phone 110. HOME MADE WINE 40c Qt. Mall orders to H. G. Mo Hafley, IU. 3, Blythevllle. MULES FOR SALE DELTA IMPLEMENT CO. ytrcamUnc COAL $0.25 & np per TON. Washed and Sized. Kim 1'rauthani Phone 47 . Ne«- WALLPAPER 1938 patterns. Clow prices. Business Directory Visit Harry Bailey's New CURVE IN CAFE On Highway 61 at Holland Make one stop for Beer, ^yine, Whiskey, Fresh Crap- pic, Good Foods. COAL Delivered in Jilythcville by C. F. Dunn for SJ.75 nnd .up. All ARK-MO LUMBER CO. Phone 40 Guaranteed— rhonc 5-F-4 S78. Shoe Repairing Qoafity Shoe Shop Today the only bargain in shoe -repairing Is Quality materials & workmanship. Rubber Heels, 25c up. Soles 50c up. Dyes, Polishes, laces. Any slices dyed black. 3Sc. Free Delivery ' Phone 120 H. B. Campbell Batteries For Rent Onp comfortable bedroom. Call Mrs. S. S. Sternbcrg, 084, 1209 Holly, 28-ck-ll Farmers Fan Dispute Over OUest H.rse PA1NESVILL.E; O. (OP)—Northern Ohio farmers arc bidding for the title ol "owner of the oldest useful horse." , It began with a published account here of 37-year-oUI Lottie, B white mute, owned by Ralph Williams, of nearby ChavUon. O. He believed the title his because at the advanced age Lottie still Is strong and In excellent health. "Lottie never had n sick day In her life," Williams said. "She has always been In the family. She was raised by my father. 1 took lici when she was B and have used her for cultivating, moving and hauling since. I would rather have her than a young animal." Williams' claim to the title went unchallenged for several days. Then Farmer Fred Cohiiorgan of nearby Lcroy called the Palncsville publisher. "Williams hasn't any claim for the title," he told the editor. "Why, his Lottie Is only a colt. My horse. Jim, Is Hearing his 40th birthday and he still eun pull his share with any horse. lie eats well and 'has strong teeth. Why, he'll probably live to be 60." • The Palnesville editor wauls to know '•! Colmorgan holds the title. FREE CHRISTMAS GIFTS AMI-FREEZE HKATKXS S»J Ward Carutbemllle jeur complete winter uuto Deeds .md FREE GIFTS. 4RIAN AUTO PARTS MOTOK OIL l«i >;. Mnln Blyllitvllle 2 room unfurnished apartment. Very reasonable. 701 W. Asli or call 1(H)8. 23-ck-tf ?. comfortable bedrooms, private bath. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 7M-W or 161. 7-cJc-U. Nicely furnlslicri bedrooms. Steam Heat. Innersprlnj mattress, (ill W. Main, Phone 280; 1-ck-tf 5 furnished rooms, 2 upstairs or 3 downstairs. 914 Hcarn. 30-pk-12-30 Furnished house on Holly. Call Mrs. S. S. Sternberg at 98*. I2-ck-tf Eccentric Texas Hen! Never Lays On Thursday CLEBURNB, Tex. (UP)—there are fish stories and bcui- stories, but tills is a story about an eccentric lien. W. H. Oarrett of this city Iras a hen which weighs three, and one- lioir pounds and has laid 186 eggs with double yolks. The hen lays every day but Thursday. ' Personal BATTXKT SERVICE J. Ben Clune Phone 8 at Tom Jacbon'* Washing Washing, rough-dry & finisher],-tie llvered. 6 • quilts or -blankets SI Maying washer, t ' wash : curtains 6e« Willy Bell Green behind Brown's Ice Plant. 30-pk-12-30 Radio RADIO SERVICE WADE FURNITURE CO. PHONE 155 Too Much Rhythm .Feared ADELAIDE (UP) —Swing music ins been banned at the community dances of the Hni<liiiarsl) town hall Th town clerk feared the building would crash under Its rhythm. ANNOUNCING! Tlie Opening of BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST ENTERPRISE A Modern Community Pork House —FEATUIUNd— Fresh Country Style . PORK SAUSAGE ALSO- Head Cheese, ItlDs, Harkbonr, Trnilrrlulii, |.-,«|i tlaiia ;inil Shoultlm (Half or Wholr), Side I'urk iin.l 1'nrc l.unl. GUARANTEED qUALITV MEAT ANl> STIUCTI.Y COItNl >VM —Prepared By— An Expert German Butcher and inspected anil pussed liy Former United Slutcs l':u'kliiK Kouso Inspector. Get u cornfejl turkey /or C'hi', raised on our oivn farm. D1UVE OUT AND SAVK DKLIVKKY CHAKUKS DEE'S WHOLESALE PORK HOUSE (Pritlc Ailililloii—The Old Siiitur I'luce) Turn South off Highway IK lu .grfvrl mail hiiUrcrn Lost jji>y Grocery and Kubinson Filling Station, then two liliick-s 1 Sllll Mike GOOD HARNESS MADDUX Harness Shop J. C. EVANS Box G(H Blyllievlllo, Ark, District MuniiKur H,WIII,TON TRUST FDN1I Spuirsorud l>y Hamilton Dc|K>bllors coi'ii. FARM LOANS •"" I5M tnd llr Atkunawi and ML«*raH Lowest rates—Inwrst Also city prop*ftlw DON H. KASfeKHIHAN Tlii)Tii:ia Innil Co, Office P. 6. Box 470, IMiww liSI. KUiCTK 10 * A OKI' V USNE WELDING A.T IHCST PRICES PROMPT 8ERV1UE Barksdale Mfg. Co. We Specialize In Borty & iVndcr Repairs C'«M !• *s4 8<« Ui J,«e Motor S«l«, l«c. Pmloot UcAicn Dcfmtcn Dn. Wert & Werl OnOHETKIgn Over toe Ib»»ci' Store -WE MAKE TM Phone Mo Wanted Pecans Highest Prices Paid WOLF ARIAN £. Main K* At Bargin Lee Motor Sates, INC. PHONE 19 Harvey Stewiirl Dr. I". A. Robinson STBWART-KOlllNSON !iucce«h City Drug Sl«r* 6 VV<: Special/a! in I'RKSCRHTIONS Mcdk'lnnl wine tc Liquors 20M Vf. Mnln Phono 30 GIRLS: increase your income by learning a profession that will afford constant employment. En- loll now In the Beauty Culture classes slartlng Jan. 3rd at the Eagle School oE Bcaiity Culture Cooper Btdg. Walnut <fe Bts., Blythevllle, Ark. State ap- pievcd school meeting all requirements for Arkansas and Missouri. Kirby's Tasteless CHILL TONK Contains Mare f&intae— Sfofe ls»u Tin KMoBBwded Tmtnat t« JWr.ARIAr, CHILLS awtFEVIR SWAMP FEVER —AGUE FKVKB At All Klrtj Dni SIMM FREE INSTRUCTIONS in Latest Styles Knit king "UEKN/Vl'" KNITTINU VAKNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chlcknsawtai I'hono 702 WILL SELL MY $600 EQUITY In » HOT (J.M.C. Lo«K \V.». Pickup Truck for $75. Or Trade Anuumtltig IK Aw»Iy ;517 W. Ash DSED TRICKS &CARS >9S5 Vhiv, rick-up ,,,... .«7S iiWl Kuril Coach fowl Urea &tt (»J6 flier. 1-ick-np, tofd tlrts ......... ......... WK 10.W InU' , 1'lckup fiii All 'J'rtick« Ounrantecd Tu Pass Slate Inspection Delta Implements, Inc. Now l/ofittrd >t 101;North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITES SERVICE BUREAU DON EUWAKUS, FnprkUV AH mtk» •( Rebuilt Tjpc*rlttr», AddlnfMnchto*. u>4 t—y«n»_K(M»otu COBB FUNERAL HOME runcral Insurance Repairing Announcement '"a Give EAGLE STAMPS PICKARDS GROCERY 1041 Cblckaaawba Phone 613 Lost Eeward. 37-pk-30 Brown Leather billfold containing $83 In cash. Liberal fs'otffy Courier News. Woman's yellow Rold wrist watch Brown Ic.ithcr band. Literal reward. Mildred Lou Hubbard, It:' W. Main, phone 697. 23-ck-30 Glass AUTO GLASS Expert Workmanship We Deliver Blytheville Paint & Wallpaper Co. W« Cut &. Install Phone S8!i ill S. Second GIRLS! You still have time l.o enroll in the first class of Beau- fv Culture. State approved school Classes starting Jan. 3rd. Eagle School of Beauty Culture, Cooper Bldg., Second & Walnut, Blytheville, Ark. Partner immediately with $1000 cash. Write Box "51" Courier News. 22-pk-20 B-flat Trumpet. Phone Student's 845. Gun repairs. Guaranteed work. E M. Damon, 315 S. Main. ^Wanted To Buy Good used Pick-up Truck. Must be bargain. Will consider swapping '35 V-8 Tudor. C. F. Dunn, 421 Sycamore. 27-pk-30 Help Wanted Exncrlenced ccrvice station operator. PmaU capital required. Call E. B. Woorison, 413. 2<i-cH Boy Scout Tenderfoot Loses His Way in Park PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Dennis Ha^frerty, 10-yeiu-old Boy .Scout "cub", is animated bv the spirit of Daniel Bootic anrl the pioneers. After church. Dennis net out to explore the wiltis of P^ilrin Park. Hn traveled all day and late into the nlsrhl. At 3 A.M. a rnotorisl noticed a Email, morose figure huddled on a bench in a ilcserled railroad station. It was Dennis, who cxolalncd to pclicc that he wasn't frightened, but, merely was waiting for daylight so that, he might follow a bluxcd trail ho had made to guide him homeward. Many paintings depicting Washington crossine lire Delaware are in error in that Washington shown standing In the bont, wiUi ft fl.ig flying above his head. Washington sat In the prow of the boat and the American flag hart not been designed at the time l^i^^K of the crossing. El Paso and San Antonio, Tex., arc about 50 per cent Mexican in 23-ck-aDl population. CRESENT NIGHT CLUB —PRESENTS— ALAR GREEN tV^ THURSDAY, DEC. 23 THROUGH SUN. JAN. 2 FLOOR SHOW NEW YEARS HOT PIT KARUKCUK-ELKCTRIC COOKED STKAKS—KK1KI) CHICKEN HIGHWAY «!,'HOLLAND, MO,, PHONE .17 OK .J1CHOOLY , . /- ^"•'•'; "~W,ARE\OU AM') SAY,VOUStWE PICKED ft ' '• <^L \M-IERE'D SA HECKOF A WAVTO ' RIDE A .. .... Cj*.gjJM7JIVJi>:* StHVICt. IIIC. T. 1.1. KM. U.~S. I'Xt. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES THE DAY Ol-'E MOO'. VU. XOO 1WER. WHNT 10 6\\XX TVfc WONTT Tr\\.y. A6QOT AT "v SO\ SOMtHOW A'M PLEWW HE'S ViOT "tttM \oOM6'i"\tP.'. L SWr^ &W SV\V. TOOW. AWD S RSftVVX IS. WASH T»BBS EASY.I DONTT SEE HOW TH 1 HECK. JJIS OWN 1OKAS OH1 DONNO.- EVERYBODY THE/LL HEAD NOt?.rH TOWARD THE STATE I THIMK HEI.GA'5 TOO SMAET- SHE'LL t=OOL'E(A BVGOIMG IN THE OPPOSITE OtRECTION. KEEP A SUM READX POtWEtJ. .IF FIND HEl.Cft ZMITH'S PIRATES WHEN SHIPS IN THE WEST (WOIES CAN'T T ' WK. MOT EVEN F1SH1M' /REASON "TO EVER WE RUN ACROSS HELGA COME T0 Dl& PLACE. 'S N\OB,THtRE'5 LIABLE JO BE A HB\P o' F1REWORK5v FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS T YOUR SERVICE LOOKS AS IF YOU GOT A JOB OM YOUR HANDS', wnw YOUR MOTHER AWAY PART OF THE ARE YOUREALUY GONNA KEEP BUTCW.WUTTY ? I WAS ABOUT "TO G!V~ MIW 'BACK, BUT HE TTJRWED WIS BIG BLUE EYES OKJ , RJLL FORCE ....AMD WHAT COULt> I DO ? LISTEW TO HIM BAV/L? HE MUST BE HUWGRY! HAVE YOU A BOTTLE FOR HIM? , HERE YA ARE , BUTCH r A tOUP.Se OIMWER ALL MilK»

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