The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 2, 1934
Page 5
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^ TUKSDAV, .JANUARY 2, 193J. LCAKK.) comma mm ClASSIf U& 08C Me 05c 60C CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per »«e r° r consecu- !he insertions: I Five average words to * line) One lime per llp - e •• :„ A.-o times PIT line per day .. 1 i-.rce tiny* per HIM per day .. bix times per line per day .... lloi'.th rate per ton Minimum ch»rge Me ^ds ordered for tlvrce or »tx Omcs and stopped Uelore explra- oou will bo chargcc for the num- tev of times tr-e ad appeared and aojustmcnl of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of. Use city must be accom- isnled by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect tn- scitiou ol auv classified ad. Advertisins crdeied lor irregular Insertions take the one time rate. Phone 306 or 307 Batter; * BuUlUr Stifle* VV« guarantee you better bajt«ry « radiator tforlt !or lea rnoney. Any make rtdlator repaired or re- cored. Get our-prices on new and rebuilt batteries. Call 833. Shame-Little Chevrolet Co. lOc kl-10 OOOD USED CAR. CALL, AT 002 CLEANEK!;, TAILORS Be ready for 193? and Prosperity by looking '.Ml! dressed. Have your clothes cici.ned by the Unique Cleaning Scrvise. Phone ni. 20c kl-20 FOR SALE V Fresh Cows \v;th young calves plenty of springers that will fresh soon. Must be sold. Phon WANTED TO BUY Saudi Street. Ipk5 LOST CHILD'S KVK K l:isws li: OI'1'ORTUNITIKS jc , in , J4 , case. B.iUiniay p. in. REWARD. Mrs. l'au.1 Admiral Byrd to Conduct ., Wl .,; Buffalo Court in Antarctic ANNOUNCliMKNTS PERMANENT POSITION for right]' party, paying unusual Income., Secured cash Investment, of $1.000 required. Suitable for lacly or nen- 1 Mrs. I.. M. Iliiuit'lU- anntmixros (lie .lemcn. Applicant must be over opening of short hand, l»irurit- HIWAI.O, n ol 2-ck-D. "- 1 ' 111 SV11S : ":•. :ili'\vlll!lVS UUKHAL On'einvcll spt- N, Y. tUi',-A the lluffulo ordered c: in Uttlo America' with Hum- Admiral Illi-h- :mi !•:. liynl iipiwlnlcd un "assist- Mon iit a court nctlun lierc. The order will be mulled to Nc«' Zealand and picked up Iheru by one of the Byril cxitcdltlon boats. n handful of American rum-rim- r "buyers" have arrived since Cocktail ripe for Women PARIS (UP)-The cocktail pipe - - comiKircd with us many nsj for W0 nien no*- Is the craze here ICO who, during Hie pijAt few years. -Eximuilvc ami smart it is made of - usunlly congregated here nt this time In order to make with mon- metal, or luciiev, shaped like a very long clgaret holder, bin with :v bowl at the ond. An initial in • i real Jext-ls appears at Ihe tip of 30 years of flue; have car, and'hip ami bookkeeping furnish references. K0r appoint- ilul Prices, full S. Sl.:- rkSl Repeal Hits Hotels , Almiys wl , In Dominion of CanadaUy the "buyers" were UK hotels' _. i MONTREAL (Ul')--Plrst effects ^'^ ' ; '|i!>lpmcrs und the answer to; t i, 0 stem . - rllcse nro t ,- h _ ant Minivmc court Juitlce. j 0( a hl Ol(! Uulu , (l ^,,1^ ftro « M toys prayer IKCIUKC of Io ,, a | jlo gaUK-nug,; here and evel) 'Hi- situation c.\me iiLoul wlicni ^.j,^ f c |j, uy iiotels here. r' uu llut> "" &IWIKIIHB. jare used by a fw of the younger Harris bluncil an order[ A snrvc y O f Hie books of thoj • 'and more darin;; of the smart set iient address Box "M" ylvlrm'- . -.. ........ . .. ------- u-.-Umony from Kilenr Cos, phono number and address. 2GpUl Read Courier News Want Ads. |u mi-mlx-r of his crew, for subims- ir.:iiu.-.i(intui! Admiral Byrd to; i n ,.,, cv hoslolrlcs veveuls I hut only r.i' ti'>'irnonv from Ktinai 1 Cos. .—. OUR BOARDING OUSK 211. 4c-tl BILLIARD EQUIPMENT, cheap for cash. Bus'r.ess good, rent reasonable. J. P. little, Holland, Mo. 5p kl-o LOOK! 4 yds. Royor;; 3 yds. Voile; 3 yds. Percale for only 52.98 Rush your orders to W. C. Richmond "BOX 211, Caruthers\ille, Mo 2pkl-2 FIRST, LAST AND FOR SALE OR TKADE Chrysler Koadi'tr ami One and Hait Ton Chevrolet Truck or will tiaiic for mules or fanning equipment. Phillips Grocery or Phone ;30. 28c Vcu Will Kind the licst Used Car Values Here! '32 FOltD FORDOIt SEDAN. Gcotl Tires and Motor 5-W5 "i\l V O K 1) FOKDOK SEDAN. Kuns CJowl S1C5 33 I'OSTIAC COACH. Oood Motor and Tirci 5 175 •30 CHEVROLET COACH .... S135 TKL'CK SrtCIM.S 'S^ FOItH CLOSED L'AB I>UAL WHEEL l',i TON 5363 '30 FOltD CLOSED CAB P1CK- L'l'. Good Hubhcr and Motor 5. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 40 acres, all in cultivation, one mile soufti ol Gos- r.ell. Roland Green. 6cil-6 Come In, list jour real estit Sfe what we have to Kit E. M. Terry Ucerucd Deiler Terry-Worth Injton Title Co. BIjtheville Phone 617. 23c kl-23 POULTRY & EGGS "i3 CHEVKOI.ET TIIUCK. ItuiH Good. Special 'ill TON and l.ouks S195 iour Old Car Taktn As 1'art of Cash rajmcnt PHILLIPS MOTOR -COMPANY --_ 200 Eu5t Main Street 1'iwiic 811-810 Bljilicviilc, Arkansas. Fresh eggs dat'y. direct from hen- nery .' : ' Pickard's grocery, 19M Cliicliasawba. 6c kl-b' ^ FOR RENT STEAM HEATED,, BEDROOM. W. Main. Phone 98. 2-ckC TWO room nicely FURNISHED , apartment. Reasonable. 619 W. Main. CaU 332-J. 2c-k6 NICE comfortable rooms convenient to bath. Good meals. 421 South Second St. l-pk-8 NICELY furnished bedroom, men preferred, 1017 W. Walnut. Call after 5 p.m. Mrs. Ed Hardin. 23cktf 5 ROOM Modern House, 317 Dou- rjan. $20 iwr inorth. Phone 100, I K. D. Ferguson. ic BUSINESS DIRECTORY^ NK^r IJ1^\L TRADING TOST Furniture, Tools, Clothes, Etc. Let's trade. 114 East .Main. 6c kl-B EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Hcpairing. U. S. Blank- cnsliin. llti E. Rose. Call 165-J. Zlc kl-21 " AUTOMOTIVE LOW PRICKS 0,1 winter car needs, healers, alcoim'. UFA glycerine, J'.odcl T tops & side curtains. ?.1.8'J up. WOLF ARIAN, 128 E. Main. McJO-23 Call S08-ltefl's place-118 E. Jlain Kor Au(o Paintinir Body and Fender Service 23d: 1-23 Furnished Apartment in Ward Apartments, 1031 West Ash. Will be vacant January 1. Call 650 ck-tf FOR RENT—Office and fireproof vault. Hot and cold water, steam 1'eat. S15.00. applv Broadway Barter Shop, Farmin; Bank Bldg. 29c l-'OK KENT—NIC- Furnished Apartment. Telephone 510. 27c MODERN Three room Apartment with bath, unfurnished, Phone 764. 27-ck-tJ. LAROEST STOCK USED PARTS Between Memphis and St. Louis Also Auio Glass—Phone 66- 3ACKSON AUTO PAUTS CO. 2ckl-2 AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car while you wait. caU us for better service. Phone 633. Sbousc-Littlc Chevrolet Co. lOc kl-10 Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise in-s-IUllcrie* - Replacement Parts lIL'BIiAKD HARDWARE CO. Auiomotive Dcpt. Ic kl-I Aulo Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. 12c kl-10 WHKCKER SERVICE CaU us when you need a wrecter Day and Night Service. CaU 633 Shouse-Littlc Crevrolct Co. ICc kl-10 COAL & WOOD l-IIOXE 101 BUCHANAN "Our Coal is Black But We Treat You White" Ic kl-'J Brilliant end Ky. Coal, n u!i and weight guaranteed. Bart nlcfc Ceil Yard, Railroad .& Asl: Phone no, *clcl- RADIOS All HadifK, Including R. C. A., an beins closed out at cost for CASH at Hu'obard Hardware Co. 12ckl-l SCOUTING GOODS Von will dm! * complete line nf Ni:\V MODEL BICYCLES at Ilubliard Ilanlvraro CompanT. ICc kl-1 IJA1TKRIKS Kcw ro:\l Batteries Denial - Recharging - Rcpalrln I'll TIKE & BATTERY STATIC' S6u VT-2 room furnished house 209 West Kentucky. Phom: 672. 23ckl POSITION WANTED oh Wanted—experienced as night watchman, grocery or hardware Icrk, plantation manager. Good efcrences. Box "D II," Courier s. 27-K-30 'LANTATIOK MANAGER noa cmiiloycd desires change. 14 cars experience on all farm nia- hinery including gins. A-l refer- nces. Box "PM" Courier News. 23p k< WANTED HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS .VHERE CHILDREN NOT OBJECTIONABLE. PHONE 616J. l-pk-3 Wo pay more 1or pecans, furs hides, bras-s, copper, radiators f.liunintmi, lea 1, batteries. Phom 1V«, Wolf, 128 E. Jfain. 23c kl-2 GOOD COAT, IS THE CHEAPEST COAL f There Is no coil, H>st of the Alle- Bhcny Mountains, as high In h»t and as low in ash as tie S UPREME) Cl statement, but it Is ethical, because It's tnif. We have authoritative amlpii oa file on all coal and on provt (his claim. SUPREME Super-heat Is the only coal of its kind and told only by thb company. Cx3 Medium A Rich JJan's Coal at A Poor Man's Price Superior Coal & Mining Co 301 W. Walnut • Phniw 7110 Head Courier News Want Ails.' ;u Hie uin WITH VER 5UMY TOMGVE, , LAO.'COME, COME? SWING VOLJR -RESERVES INTO rAY R16HT TUXM^ CUDStS \U MAD " THE "FORT—HM-r.A->-THE FlV. YOURri IN , NOW, AINMN.,1 TH\tAK \OlfD "BE / TO SURRtNBtR-YES V S HAW.TH1S \S THE SAME WAK J X uyStD \M THE BOER> \T TO K ) CLOSED—ESAD-^-WlSHVOU / WE'RE AMOK1& THE T&Nfe OP THOU&AM"DS,IN TRONT OF ,HECK,WVW CAKi " YOU AM" YOU WON'T LF.-T ^^6 "BETH' ME -DEOORKVEt) "&Y ? 1 VJONDTO IF Vft'LL IVUR F1MD A UTILE DIN05AUR- 1'M ABOUT ^ V. RtAOV "TO > >i G!VL~ UP ' QUEEN MIWEEDIE A^^0 HER PARTV ARE 5T1LL FOR BABY DIN05AUR jSTMBDlTATING! \ BOOTS AND HKR BUDD1KS \\NPVEVSBO? -Ki' -ttVV. .tt ' X WtsO N VOT Of CMAt \VSTO " WASH TUBBS /• EyPEMSE. SERVftMTS SW.ARI&5 $6OO A WEEK. SECOND, THE HAUNTED. Two MURDERS HAPPENED THERE. 80/,080Y! A i MILt.lON DOLWR PALAC6 \ FOR OHLYiSOO IT'S A GIFT, PDDWER. BACK TO TOWW, DOESN'T HESITATE TO EXPRESS HER OPIMIOM. fV\/)HILE f*ASH AMD EASV ARE GiX3CiVlN<3 WIN THBR NEW PLAYTHING, GML, IS THE SERVANTS'. ONK WAY OF DOING IT. SALKSMAN SAM ........ ____ WOULOU'T) Been tooovciM' siuce. .; o I S l>c O'CLOCK OM O<LLS! / OFFICE 1f^\ Hfxrj SO MUCH MCME 1 // ^-x_ ou CXSR. BOOKS' <l C>OMv!r>> PUT IT Rl&HTJJP .. t l»"'T Tft DO TALL CM'R.-/ coLuecTeo 1 . S.BOSS'.- TIMING HS PUNCH KS! I A^ — DUV-EJ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS rt \ J <' • THAT 1 WAMf kEPT AM ASSO^t,-; i', SECRET...W^OSii SUSPECTS lv£ SEEM S'.'OZXIWG OUT SO.'A£TVi:t-3 GOOD. BS^'JSS UoTiii^G TVS TUBNEP OUT 'SO FAC, pis AW>LSJT I'M WAY AHEAD •^.E A PRE1TV GOOD EGG, GO I'M 60 D'.PYiU EVES WEAS 430UT THE <3UY V-'U3 WAS SUPPOSES BE A MY WAY BACK, KUTTY CRAZY INV/SMTIONS-- E SAID.'V«':LL, IF I S E DlME.UiE.'Y P ME ANYWN'G'."

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