The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, January 1, 1934
Page 5
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.MONDAY,; JANUARY: i, 1934 V PAGE mi CAIK.) POPUP nan CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per »ne ror conwcu- ilic Insertions: (five average words to • line) Ow time per line ...;...• 10c Tv.-o times per line per day .. 08c 1 nree times per line per day .. 06c bix times per line per day .... Oic iJottb r»te per lino Me Minimum ch»rg« We Ads ordered (or three or ilx times and stopped before expiration nil! be charged for U>e num- tcr ol times tl~e ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by person 1 ! residing outside of the city mast be accom- 1 anted by cash. Hates may be easily 'computed from above table- No responsibility will be taken lor more than one incorrect iu- scitlou P( any classified ad. Advertising <rdered Jor irregular-insertions take Uoe one time rate. Phone 306 or 307 FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS ~ You Will Hnd the Best Used Car Values Here! •XI FORD FORDOR SEDAN. Good Tires and Motor $395 'VJ FORD FORDOR SKDAN. Runs Good 5165 •29 FONTIAC COACH, Good Motor and Tirei ?"5 '30 CHEVROLET COACH .... $195 TRUCK. SPECIALS '& FORD CLOStI) CAB DUAL WHEEL !',« TON ?3tio •30 FOKD CLOSED CAB PICKUP. Gocd Rubber anil Slolor $195 BATTERIES clilldivn. The busses worked well | iiliig imd bringing the " New Ford Batteries Uental - Rcch»rgt*c - Keptlrinr 717 TIRE & BATTERY STATION Me kl-2< Battery * MdMor Service We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for leal money. Any make radiator repaired or'rt- cored. Get our prfoa on new and rebuilt batteries. Can 63*, Shwae-LHOe Ctetntet Co. IOC lcl-10 "WEATHERFORD, Okla. (UP)— Weathcrford escaped the wave at bank robberies which has swept over Oklahoma for years, until-recently when the first robbery • ip tills town's • history took place. While officials of the Liberty National bank were home nt dinner, 813 was stolen by a bandit believ- SPORTING GOODS Tea will tot a maphte Uoe af NEW MODEL MCYCXIS ft Habburd Batdwan FOR SALE 7 Fresh Cows *v;th young calves plenty of springers 'that will bi fresh soon. Must 211. be eold. Phon 4c-t BILLIARD EQUIPMENT, chei. for cash. Bust nets good, -rent tea scnable. 3. F. J.-Jttle, Holland, Mo 6p kl- LOOK! 4 yds. Rayon; 3 yds. VoQe 3 yds. Percale, for only J2.88. Rush your ordws to "W. C. Richmond, Box 241, CaruUrersrllJe, Mo. Spk'1-2 FOR SALE OR TKADE Chrs'sler Roadikr and One and Half Ton 'ChevrolPt Truck or will Uade for mules o; farming equipment. Phillips Grocery or Phone 130. 28c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 40 acres, all in cultivation. One mite souftt of Gos- r.ell. Roland Green. 1 6c!cl-6 and TON Looks '20 CHEVROLET TKUCK. Kur.s Good. Special $195 iour Old Car Takwi As Tart of Cash Pajmcnt PHILLIPS MOTOR Come in. Hat yo«r reti etUie See whit we lure to ten E. M. Terr; UceOM* Dealer Teny-WoriUntton IlUe Co, Bljtllrrtll« Pb j! .; :,^.", -, 23C kl-23 & EGGS eggs dal>.- direct from hen- nery, fidafti'f: grocery, 1044 •-,-. «c ia-b FOR RENT -"200 East'-Kain S'trcel' I'hoiic 811-810 Bljlhcvillc, Arkansas. NICE comlorlable rooms convenient to bath. Good meals. South Second st. NICELY furnished bedroom, men preferred. 1017 W. Walnut. Ca! after 5 p.m. Mrs. Ed Hardin. .5.ROOM Modern House, 317 Dou eari. »20 per mofth. Phone 100 E. D. "Mrgiisbn." ' Ic Ic Furnished Apartment in War Apartments, 1031 West Ash. Wi be vacant January 1. Call 650 ck-t BUSINESS DIRECTORY NEW DEAL TRADING POST Furniture, Tools, Clothes, Etc. Lcl's trade. 114 East Main. 6c Wl-1) EXFEKT Typewriter and Adding Macliine Kepairins. U. S. Klank- ensliip, 11U E. Eose. Call 165-J. 2lc kl-21 AUTOMOTIVE LOW 1'HICES on winter car needs, heaters, aleoiio', GPA glycerine, Model T tops 6: side curtains, $1.93 up. WOLF ARIAN, 128 E. Main. FOR RENT— Office and flreproo v vault. Hot and cold water, steam I'eat. S15.00, apply Broadtcay Bar ter Shop, Farmers Bank Bldg. _ 29c k FOR RENT— Nice "Furnished Apart mem. Telephone 510. MODERN Three • room Apartment 764. with bath, 'Unfurnished, Phone Nice, targe BEDROOM. Close in. 310 W. Walnut. 13ckl-13 room furnished riwise -209 West Kentucky. Phont? 672. 23cil 23c Call 308-Kctt's place-118 E. Main For Auto Painlinff Bodv and Fender Service 2Qckl-2D LARGEST STOCK CSED PARTS Beweeu Memphis and Si. Louis Also Auto Glass—Phone 66 3ACKSON AliTO PARTS CO. AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install gi»ss In your car while you wait, call us for better service. Phone 633. Shousc-Little Chevrolet Co. lOc kl-io Job Wanted—experienced as night _ watchman, grocerj- or hardware 1 ierk, plantation manager. Good references. Box "D H," 'Courier ^'s- __^ -21-k-30 LANTAT1ON MANAGER employed desires change. 14 yeais experience on all farm machinery including gins. A-l references. Box "P1I" Courier News. 23p Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise l'ircs-B?.lkrics -Replacement Parts JIUBBARI> HARDWARE CO. slutvtuotivc Dcpt. Ic kl-1 Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mi> Lumber Co. 12C kl-10 WRECKER SERVICE Call us when you need a wrecker, Day and Night Service. Call 633. S ho use-Little Crerrolcl Co. lOc kl-10 COAL & WOOD I'HONE 107 BUCHANAN "Our Coal is Black But We Xrcat 1'ou White" Ic kl-g Brilliant and Ky. Coai, and weight guaranteed. Bartnick Coal Yard, Railroad & Ash. Phono 170. 4ckl-l RADIOS All Radios, Including R. c. A., are being dosed out at cost for CASH at Hubbard Hardware Co. 12ckM2 CfjKANEKS. TAILORS Be ready for 103't and Prosperity by looking aill dressed. Havi. your clothes ex: ned by the Unique Cleaning Servi:e, Phone 171. Wo. Vl POSITION WANTED OPPORTUNITIES PERMANENT POSITION for right party, paying unusual income. Secured cash investment of $1,000 required. Suitable for lady or gentlemen. Applicant must be over 30 years of nge; have car, and furnish references. For appointment address Box "M" giving phono number and address. 26pV3 GOOD COAL IS THE CHEAPEST GOAL „ There *•• Wrst is no co 11, of the Alk- ghenjr Mennlains, as hlgk la heat and u low in »b as (be !UPREM1 Yes-, Soper.Bait MSi ' That is a bold f»Ut«ment, bat it Is ethieil, b«>ir«* it's tree. We have authoritative »iulysis «B file on all CM! vet can this SUPREME Super-hut is the only coal ol its kind and told only bf this company. Sx3 Medium '''.'i* size Lump Ton - tT£0 Ton $4.90 Cub A Rich Man's Coal at A Poor Man's Price Superior Ccal & Mining Co 301 W. W»lcat . Pbon* ?°0 WANTED TO BUY ANNOUNCEMENTS , Rubber T fred woallicr, but when Schooners Haul Children BiirnctU: announces GOOD USED CAR. CALlj cnnie they bogged down. the opening of slioit iinnd, typ- und bookkeeping classes. peclu! Prices.. Call 821 \V. l-ck-8 Horses Imd to pull the bogged Tuottl Found JAMESTOWN, Kim. vui-> —'A WHARTON. Tra. iUI')-IUiblx;r- (nicks mnny miles. Thut guvc the trustees mi iden. Why not iiut au- lireil prnhle schooners large tooth belonging to an mil- tomobile HITS on \VHSOUS »nd re pim'od bu.ssc.s In turn to the menus of trmis|»rtu- mill prehistoric age 1ms fiii*J :cliool district near Here inul no«' .[We p;iy aiore ROOMS 1 , hides, brasi, llon their forefathers had nulintors, children Now. four liorse-drawn, niubcr- Inches long mid two across the cut- ed to have been locked inside af- classes wln-n roads are muddy. WHERE CHILDREN ting surface. The enamel rings ate tlrert schooners make ter entering and 'ECTIONABLE. PHONE G10J. 1'iB, Wolt Arlan, 128 E. Main. Trnslcfls tried to modernize their picking up the children each mor- 23c kl-23 (nituplrtadoii OUR BOARDING HOUSE RIGHT FROM THK SHOIH.OEW! C JPOSE THAT COWtTH \OU ffi •SHOOK OFF IN fRONT HALL \S VS. ALLV STAR DU&T, EH •? TH S ONLY STARS YOU SAW LA^T MIGHT, KID,WERE TH' THAT T3UNKED YOU "BUMVED YOUR NOODLE H\N\, WE SWS Wt LOOKED "THRU SOhAEVOWEKFUL LfcST NKSKT.0-V-VOO SNU. SEt TV •RING'S, OF- SATURN . UNDER HMD U/XS"^ MIGHT? SPENT THE EVEKUNG WITH 1H HIS OBSERVATORY, STUDYING THE STATES 1 HE HAS TELESCOPE, NtVERVSAW A.SJD ITS WK16S SO BOOTC AND HER BUDDIES WASH TUBES / 8LA2ES! AMD Wb THCXJSHT.7HE GARA6 MD STABLES WERE A (JUICK DECISION! ~ •» . RUOOlEj t — WE'LL TAKE IT, THE TASTEST OF HER SIZ6. AFLOW, 1 GenTL6MSN'. dWD HOlv WElL THE FORMAL :'iits.w,s.f«r.orr. r .-x SALESMAN SAM . stou'vc Been WO HOUOIM' N'ER 3AC/J SIK-'CE -/ft STNITEO THftT TOOTH To OotcM To TH' OOU'T SAY1 Sc <SW6M ME SOME.. uc w, CiR.. D'Ji', we LL ^>et- TH' TRoUBLe IS- P.MD "THIS IS T.H' FIRST CHftMca I'Vs. HftD To opew c^v MOUTH I U.HCLE DM 1 I'LL eo WITH -/ft 1 . FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THE EGGSI'KRT! , Vi'^R KIEXT DCOR UEIGW30R...I-14ATE TO INTRUDE' iviis VAY. A STRAMGE 1 WOKE CO.WNS FJW5M >faUR KITCMEM -AWO THOllGHT TO BETTER INVESTIGATE ' O'rl, I SIWPLV WATCH TktE CLOCk S e'Jcxs^oT KAVS PLACE ASl EGG IH 8011-IWG THEM 1 FOUR A LOT OF BUCKSHOT MTo FUWEL....TWEYR01-L I+35E IWiO "WE PAN AVJO.MJUEN THEY STOP HITTIMG ~IU£ RAN,I KNOW THAT THE TWEE QUOTES ARE UP AKID THE EGG IS BOILED.' on,THAT NOISE Ci 1=ROM THIS AFFAJB.THAT SW SOW. BUT,VJHAT IF YoO SN.AMT TO SOPT BoiU AVJ EGG isi TwS v/ATER.!! EGG TWER = I'LL EXPLAIN HOVJ IT \MORkS .'.' 21-ci-U.

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