The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1931 BIA'THEVILLE, (AR.K.]r COtJBIHR' .' ft iCiAssifiED SECTION- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for oonsecu- Ihe bisections: (Five average words to • line) One lime per Ur.o •• i* K'o timesVr »r.« per day .. 08 l, : rcetim<'5P«ll nf! P e . rd *y •• bfc limes I»r toe per day .. Month rate per lias ••••;"• 500 To took your best U alwajri 111. Let a ktep J»ur Cletbet fit. Unique Ckaainr Service Call 111. 20-ck-20 05C eoc CLEANERS TAILORS . L M-'BurpetU »nnounc« Hie openinr «f.short h»nd, tjipewrll- t and bookkeeping classes, al Prices. CaU 8Z4-W. RADIOS All Radios, Including R. C. A., an being closed out at cost for CASK at Hubbard Hardware Co. 12ckl-12 COAL & WOOD A ds ordered for three or t'mcs and stopped before explra i, OI , will be charged lor the cum In of times tre ad appeared an. acijrjtment o! hill made. All Classified Advertising copy Bultnltted by persons residing outside of the city must be'accora- I anted by cash. Rates may be easily computed Irom above table No responsibility will be taken lor more than one Incorrect in- Eeilion of any classified ad. />dvertlsinu trdered for irregular insertions take the one time rate.. Phone 306 or 307 I'HONE 101 BUCHANAN "Our Coil I) BUek But W« »re»t Xou White" Ic kl Brilliant and Ky. Coal, quallt and weieht guaranteed. Bar nick Coal Yard, Railroad & Ash Phone 179. **»• FOR SALE FOR SALE—Pure breed Stonevll No. 4 Cotton Seed, price »1. per hundred. Sec I- 1 . E. Black niytheville Gin Co. <P k ANNOUNCEMENTS 30' years of ng«; have car, and furnish references. For appointment address Box "M" giving phone number and address. ••illing, .staling ex|xrle.ncc. Supcj- '"I Coiil and Mining Co., Blylhe- viilo. Ark. ' <c .KB and a limit I Bee Hamm Feed Mills. Never before have J uec Mills be=u nlfeicd at present low prices—terms given. Get yours bsfore too late. Write or wire Jay Bee Sales Co., 209 College Streel, Jackson, Tenn. 28-4-11 l'7~Fresh Cows with young calves, plenty ot springers that will be 1 fresh soon. Must be sold. Phone Help the President's Recovery I'lan by buying now. Select one of UjLLIAHD EQUIPMENT, cheap our Used Cars. lor cash. Business good, rent lea- Unable. J. F. Vittle, Holland, Mo. 78 FOR 1) BUSINESS COUPE. P 5p Ouncl Rubber ami Motor .. $'» 5 ' 1!) FOKI> TUDOR' SEUAN. Good Condition ' 135 I FOR SALE: 40 acres, all in culti- THE DEPRESSION IS OVER .*n or* •> ii •30 F OK I) vation. One mile south of Gos- ."""";;"jl951 nell. Roland Green. 6cia-6 "HI FORD- SEDAN. A-1.7S 780788)0 '3J FORD TUDOR SEDAN. A-1 53 95 •30 CHEVROLET F O F. 1) O R SKDAN. Good Rubber, Low Mileage '. ?' TRUCK. BARGAINS ' ' '29 FORD DELUXE DELIVERY 5 35 •31) DODGE PANEL TRUCK, Fine for Grocery or Bakery $165 | •3Z FORD l!i TON TRUCK. Closed Cab, Dual Wheels. A Hnrgain At ? Cone in, list jour real estate See what we nave to sell E. M. Ttrry Licensed Dealer Terry-Worthlntton Title Co. Blytheville Phone 117. ' "•, 23o kl-23 POULTRY & EGGS ITesh egB» dafty..direct Irom hen- Fiekard's grocery, lltt nery. Cbickasawba. 60 kl-6 FOR REN1' 1 FURNISHED bedroom, 1017 W. Walnut. Mrs. Ed Hardin alter 5 I p. m. 29-ck-U. ,'30 FORH.PICKUP. Remember we give you a guarantee on all cars over 5100.000. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY TWO room nicely FURNISHED apartment. Reasonable. 619 W. Main. CaU 332-J. 2c-lc6 NICE comfortable rooms conven ient to bath. Good meals. 421 South Second st. l-pfc-8 200 East Main Street " rhonc 811-810 Blyllieville, Arkansas. 5 ROOM Modern House, 317 Dougan. J20 per morth. Phone 100, E. D. Ferguson. Ic- BUSINESS DIRECTORY NEW f)EAL TRADING POST Furniture, Tunis, Cluthes, Etc. Lei's trade. 114 East Main. 6c kl-6 EXPERT Typewriter and Adding Machine Impairing. U. S. Blank- cnship. 11G E. Rose. CaU 165-J. 21c kl-21 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 heat. 815.00, apply Broadway Barter Shop, Farmtro Bank Bldg. MODERN Three room Apartment AUTOMOTIVE LARGEST STOCK USED PARTS Ucweon Memphis and St. Louts Also Auto Glass—Phone 66 JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. with bath, 761. unfurnished, Phone ZT-ck-U. LOW PRICES on winter car needs, heators, alcoiio', GPA glycerine, ^odel T tops &- side curtains. twin. WOLF ARIAN, 128 23c POSITION WANTED Job Wanted—experienced as night watchman, grocery' or hardware clerk, plantation manager. Good references. Box "D H," Courier News. PLANTATION MANAGER employed desires change. years experience on all farm machinery including gins. A-l references. Box "PM" Courier News. L'lll 30S - Red's place-118 E. Main For Aulo Painting Body and Fender Service Mckl-29 AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car while you wait. Call us for better service. Phone 633. Shoiisc-UUle Chevrolet Co. lOc kl-10 STRAYED ROAN HORSE. Bay HORSE, each 15 hands high. Liberal Reward. D. B. Pollard. Osccola, route 3, Box 2. Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise 1'ircs-Balteric* - Replacement Part* IIUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dcpl, Ic kW WANTED TO BUY GOOD USED CAH. CALL AT 902 South Lake street. . IpkS Auio Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-5lo lumber Co. 12c tl-10 WRMKER SERVICE Call us w hen you need a wrecker. Day and Night Service. Call 633 SUouse-Liltlc Clicvrolct Co. lOo kl-10 SPORTING GOODS I'ntt will find a complete line nf NKW MOHEL BICYCLES «t ITuhbard Hardware Compcnr. 16c hl-16 BATTBRIES New l lV| "<l Batteries I?cntM - llccliirfiing - RepaWn? m TIRE 4". UATTERY STATION 26o kl-26 TSalfcry & Hadlator 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 ballcrlcs. Call 633. Dliouts-tUi!3 Chevrolet Co. JIVi kl-10 GOOD COAL IS THE CHEAPEST] COAL* There is no co.il, - West of the AI!e- jnefiy MonnUins, as hUjh In beat and u low In asb. u tie is ' " »»ld statement, bnt it h ethical, becaose it's true. We have authoritative analysis on flic on all etui and c»n prore this claim. SUPREME Soper-heal Is the only coal ot ILs kind and only by this cempiny. 6x3 Medium Siie Lump Ton - <,<t Ton Cub A Rich Man's Coal at A Pool Man's Price Superior Ccal &^Iining Co s« w. unitnum, .leal, 'batlcrlM. Phone e.'.Woll Arlan, 128.E. Main. . ', . .. ?3c Wild flS* isr so 'constructed that lis seed can be felesscd only dur- it varies young ol. iinotlivr siK' nr.d vcars them as ' A l>rctU. ot sheep, haylng'no wool lllioclu Ismml Is only i-4loih the on ihc (ace. and egs,,-rias been' de' SALESMEN WANTED /.e o[ Alaska, b'.'i IKIS by South Dakota State col- HOUSE - KEEPING CHILDREN OPPORTUNITIES case. Saturday p. in EWARD. Mrs. 1'ilul all 942. WANTED 6ALFS PEOPLK One Ealefiinan nnd one saleslady. JECTIONABLE. PHONE C1CJ. ERMANENT POSITION for right A blliuKulilril cm, druppod Irom erienced and willing | Tlic_odds arc 12 to 1 against the nny iwsltion, will linui _ nvefage liian making large or. per 10 work. No other need apply. Com- Secured c»sh Investment pf $1,000 Osmium, a melal, Is the heaviest ibslancc In Ihc world. ninnent prollts from speculation on Ihc stock markcl. and small salary, Hou.se to [ Wr equired. Suitable for lady or gen Head Courier News Wan', Ads; OUR BOARDING HOUSE SUSI'KNDKI) ANIMATION! UE MASTODON SO HOW , WITH "iV\ MERE ONCE OR DlNNt'R, AVit) VVE •DIDNT CLOSE UNTIL VAt W^ WM.T O1SNA^AE^^^L. TWJVT <SOOF WEMSS /X"RUBBER TU ON CHEESE YOUR PIE?", HE <SOES INTO \ WiN<b -BAKED UKt A, STICK PICKET TEMCE.0 ON A MOUSE. TRAP f O 'TWE. MEAL. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WtV-V.VOVJ AH' %\6 B GAIL'WAS RI6HT. TH' RENT IS ONLV TH' LEARNING SOMETHING! WASH TUBBS \ ewe. 'IM 5Q BUCKS, WASH? THAT OUGHT 1O HANDLE'EM. / YOU PHONED, GENTLEMEN, TO HAVE / EVERYTHLMQ IM ORDER. AS A RCSUtT, \ I-AH-HAVE A. FEW BILLS. VtU SEE, A WEEK'S SUPPLY OF 6ROCERIES IS *I7E. GASOLINE OlL FORTHE MOTOP. CARS AND VACHT, *88a, AND 1OO TONS OF COAU FOR THE GREEN- ow MS LWlMTO THEIR EASY ARE GftEETSO 8V AN ELEGAMT CALLS HIMSELF THE SUPERVISOR HE GAVE SOMETHING, ANYWAY! SALESMAN SAM MR.. PlLKlH&Tbw PLUUK-VOUR. BILU CW.L6OME.CM r^0£ APJ M£-THeU I HBO ft LftPSSoF / CftMe ru| MOW, wec-LecTeo To Keep IT ! / 3esT (x T£LI_ rAR. HOtXJO-f TO CftLL PUUUK To VouR pujuK 1 . WHPvT -YOU FHE MASTER MIND!; RECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I BEUEVE THAT EVERV T \VAS tS STI'-l. IN EXISTENCE OS! THS AIR WAVES ,-A.WIHIS V/AS &ESK3K.'£t> TO BPIS'G THEM BACK! K'OW,[PISHOULPTURM lay, DO VDL) , WHAT IP Osr 7 THE OTHER DAY I - I SWCWJED Y50 U&tl OlP?L£S j IK1 A POOL. CAUSEP AM ALIW)5t ENDLESS D:SU«B- | ' EC WE WAN WHO, UVED PERE BEFORE V'E MOVSP IN. FIXED . HE USEP1HI5 SWEDES 'IT-JUST FI|S IN WPH )/iY Of HOLV 6V-.OXE. VJHAT I Si THE W2LD ABE ALL THESE GAOGETS, y^g NUTTY ? 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