The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1934 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 18, 1934
Page 11
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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1934 (ARK.)] .COURIER NBWJBI CiASSIiiED SECTION CLARIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally raw per line lor consecutive Insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per lino Ipc Two per line per day .. 08c Three times per line per day .. Me Blx times per line per day .. OSc Mouth rate per line 60s Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or »!i times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared anc aflustment ot Dill taiae. Alt Classinea Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- tide of the city must ho accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table No responslOlliiy will bo taken for more than one incorrect Insertion of any classified aa. Advertising' orflered ior Irregular insertions take Hie one time rate. Business Directory Gall 115 & ask for Pat f«r demonstrations of gltrfebaktr, 'Tern- plane, Hudton, WUUi ft Austin ours. BUYING IN CAR LOAD LOTS MAKES CHEAPER PEICES FOR THE CUSTOMERS. J. F. LIVINGSTON SEEDS, tKKDS, GROCERIES WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRUCK BEDS PANEL BODIES TRAILERS Cotloii I AM PAYING BEST PRICES FOB PLOW UP OPTIONS J. E. HASSON Grand Leader Dldtj.—Phone 420 Restaurants OP ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDER PHILLIPS' USED CARS "K> FOKD TUDOR SEDAN .. ? U5 '3'4 FOKD COUPE SSSS '33 FORD DE LUXE COUPE. Rumble Seat $475 '33 CHEVROLET COUPE ... $445 '32 PLYMOUTH COACU $295 TRUCKS and' TRAILERS '29 CHEVROLET TRUCK. I'/. Ton S 88 '30 G. HI. C. TRUCK. 2'A Ton, Largo Bed ?1G9 '33 CHEVROLET TRUCK. 151 Inch VVheelbase, Dual Wheels $315 '30 CHEVROLET PICK-UP .. $165 We Pay Cash for Good Used Cars WE PAY CASH FOR USED CARS PHILLIPS' USED CARLO! Corner Walnut & 1st Streets ~ OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL 9 P. M. Phone 813 Largest Stock ol Used Cars to Select From You Always Find What You Wan at the Lowest Prices On Our Use Car Lot - - Pay Us- A Visit. 1833 CHEVROLET SEDAN '6 Wire Wheels .... ,$445 . $460 ..$44F .. $185 $135 $16 .$35 CHEVROLET COUPE IS33 FORD 'TUDOR 1033 FORD COUPE 1930 FORD SEDAN 1930 WILLYS SEDAN I 1930 ORAIIA51 1'AIGE SEDAN 1933 CHEVROLET PICK-UP .... 1933 CHEVROLET \V- TON TRUCK ... 1932 DODC-l; TRIJCK $31 Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Open at Night Phone C: Automotive J. Ben Clune Battery Service Wo recharge, retina all makes Generators & Starters Repaired At Tom W. Jackson's Station ASI1 & SECOND Phone 8 — Residence 217-W. All kinds' pa'int and body wor (lone, Clieapcst prices. JOHN HEABN Barnelt Auo Sales Co, WE SELL CHEAPER OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE MECHANICS' SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT PARTS, TIRE! TUBES & ' ACCESSORIES Free Service Hubbard Hardware Co. Automotive D«p(. phone 4 Position .Wanted Will <to STENOORAPHIO work (ili?lit. Reasonable rates. Call 3 or 732. ' - ••--•- — BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second ODERNIZE YOUR COUNTRY HOME WITH A DEMING WATER SYSTEM. $40 UP. HUBBARD HDW. CO. SAW FILING of all kinds Vith automatic filing machine BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second Best Oysters & Itiver Cat 1'isU Chicken Dinners Every l).iy Jimmie O'Brien 105 s. Second Salesmen Wanted Salesman with car. Sales experience desirable. $100 weekly. 117 S. Broadway—P. Q. Box 143 Personality Essential Wanted To rent a good piano for year. V. E Butterworth. Phone 101-J. 17i: BE ECONOMICAL BUY IT RIGHT COMPLETE LINE Of FANCY STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH :EATS, VEGETABLES, PRO- UCE, FLOUR, MEAL, ETC., AT HE CASH paid for USED CLOTHING & SHOES to ship west. II LEIGHTON, 321 E. MAIN. WANTED—Bids for 4 inch or inch well, about 000 feet. CHAPMAN & DEWEY LUMBER CO. Marked Tree, Ark. IDc 'kl RITE PRICE GROCERY In Old P. O. BWg. Blythevllle Phone 234 — We Deliver COLD WEATHER COMING! BEST PRICES ON 6TOVES, PIPES, TAPERS AND TEE iOINTS, DAMPERS, SCUTTLISS. (HOVELS, ETC. OBERST STORE CO. For Sale One Dodge School Bus, scatln capacity 45 children, new pain new upholstery, good condition 1 every way! Price reasonable. C. J Wood Motor Company, Luxora, Ar 17c k2 MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATEF Cost $65. WUl sell for $15. Thoma Land Co. IG-ck-lf WHY.... "QUALITY GROUP?" Because- this mil wus Isolated under iiiu classiricnlloj] of "Quality roiip" to distinguish H from ordinary Western Kentucky Coal —Reasons Why You Should Trade With'Us—' —30 yours In business. 3—Prompt service. -Quality of coal handled. -I—Courieous treatment. 5—You (jet all you imy loi 1 . "QUALITY OltOUP" Is Distributed by GAY & BILLINGS PI lone 70 1ULKJ, HARNESS, WAGONS & TOOLS for farming 40 ucrcs. 225. M. C. Cauglinin,. WilliHc fnriii 11 Pint Lake road. 15]) k22 CLOSING GUI' ^conditioned, electric refrigerators. Good condition—Successful oiicr- lion GUARANTEED. >izcs, from 5 cubic feet food stor- ge space to 12 cubic feet. You may see these units todny. E. B. GEE SALES CO. N N • 107 Main Si. Pilling station, 4 room house and 7 lots on highway 18 for $1500 casli, 5 room house with balh, good garage and outhouse at 1306 W. Ash, 51500 cash. Plionc 12-1. 27ck27 FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS WENT OUR FLOOR SANDER ARKMQ LUMBER CO. l-'udory Authorized I'UKilDAIUi; SERVICE l.ulorj Tralmxl 'T'-'ln»»|ii li.i) IJ7—rhouc—NigM lift H. li. Glili SALES CO. •1U7 Alain jjl. V ReaJ Esta ; • ' KOR; BALK • 40 ucrcs right lit • Hlylliovtllo, on graveled lilghwny. 5 robin residence vll'li lights, 1 large Nui Pini- ly converted into dairy barii. Milk house with conproto floor. 2<j acres one nillo of Ulylhcvlllo on same lilgluvuy. Wonderful bar- gulns for some one. TKHMS. Thomas Laud Co. SEP. ME FOR UAKOAINS In the following real estate olferlngs: Small ncrcagc tracUs iiructlcnlly lilythcvlllo, but, oulslrtq clly nits; ! acres land neaV hunl road itithvi'csl Boynlon; 20 acres land, all Improved cur concrete lilghwny, nillo of anila. ,i E. ML Terry lythcville Phone (J17 or 318 For Kent Room In private home with tele- Phone and giivnjc. .State price. Addict "M" Courier Mows. 18pk2'.i ALL FIXTURES belonging to the Glcncoc Cafe, for sale cheap. Part cash, balance on monthly pay- BEnifOOM, gentlemen. Close hi Mrs, M. T. Moon, 613-Walnut. 11-ck-t. inents. Hotel. John Thomson, Olcncoe 21-pk 10-21 Repairing W. J. KNOX Having made all kinds of shoes for ABNORMAL feet, can repair shoes to correct ABNORMAL feet. Ladies SHOE REPAIRING DYEING done by experts. Reasonable. E. E. RiUellff, Across from Hubbard JWw Co.'. . > .' ' We put DANCING TAPS 'on shoes & also do expert, shon repairing PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP 103 S. Second FURNISHED APARTMENT — 10 K. Kentucky. Cull OBJ. IDc kl FURNISHED upaitmcnt, 4 room & bath. Ward apartments, 103 W. Ash. Call 068 pr.liso! l.G-ck-1 FURNISHED or~Unfijriiished ton rooin hoiisc. Call 274-W. ; 15p kl N1UE Bedrooms, steam Gentlemen Phcme 5QO. or couple. licatc Otirag 2c Feeds^Seeds "ALWAYS"^ AHBADV V FEED BEST FEED—CHEAPEST PRICE Qbe.rst St.QV.e 'Co. Farms for Sale! Terms Rcaspnnblo , ETHEL-B. THOMPSON, Carutnersvlllc, Mo. A SMALL FARM HOME 7Vj acres, ttll 'in high stu'tt) o ullivallon. Nice 4 room bungi vlth new barn, size 50 by 30 ft nctal roof, lot and iwsture 'nude »c\v wire fence. Oilier neccssai oul-koiiiis, everything complete to Ivlng and making a good llvli Income. Located about one mile of montlis, tenth Brude school, cotton gin, stores and |»sto|[icc, Booil country road, within five miles of Blythevllle. N«w Located ul Southeast .Coiner Walnut and Second'' ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER' , SERVICE BUREAU DON EUWAItns, rroprle(«r ill makfsof rebuilt Typewriters, ridding Machines and Calculator's Uc|iilrliiR—1'ufis—HJhhuns 1'hoiu 71 ij'ablo niontlil y ami $10 per re for Iniid. Qood lease. Call ouricr News. ' "1 Hit-Skip" Dog Sends Pedestrian to Hospital CLCTKLAND (UP)—Police look 1 for.ft "hit-skip" police dog nflei Irufllc accident, .In which a pcdes- 'lan was sent lo Grace hospital. The 'dog's victim was Sleptici Haul, yi, who received u possible ractui'c of the 'back. Tho dog wus standing In the (reel when an. nntomoullc driven )y Hurley Ilrewcr, 31, approached: Frlshleiied by the oncoming auto, li.e clog IcniKd lo Ihc curb, ?trlk- ng Slmiti and luirlfng lilm to the memunl. Brower stopped anil .ook Staim to tho hospital. The "" dog next. About half cash, bnlnnce ' terms. The Improvements are worth $1,000. W. ;1V|. Burns, Agency .Phone 243 or 212 , ,, . AUTO GLASS . ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Phone 26 WEATHER STRIPPING Saves fuel at small cost Arkmo Lumber Co. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES [ B\ i S FOR "RENT Suburban Home & Acreage. • Most choice. Right In Blythe- .villa. $15 per month house rent, 50 Deaf Persons Attend; , Famous Musical Festival ''• WORCESTER,; Mass, (UPJr^Fii- ty iK'ibons, totally deaf, MCIO' ninoiuj the audience al the diamond Jubilee of the interhatlona.1- ly-fiuuous vyorccstcr Musical Festival. ' .'••'' Though .scaled fai IIQUI tho stage; they were able, to enjoy, tliu: lirogram by pressing agnhis^ tho bone behind the cur a small oblong gadget.on Hie end of itomc- thlng similar to the Imndlo of a 'Unlike others In the auditorium, Hie deaf alsoj\\cic able to tcnipei 1 the volume df sound to .their 'own• loite by moving a little slide on_ an object the hlie of a, ifountaln' pen cap. ' . World's . Snuillesl Horses OGDEN, Utah (UP)—Two of the, i smallest horses' In the world uro stabled here.'QncJ'iv mure, is 28 inchca tall and mess-, • uixs 51 Inches from nosd-tlp to tnll-tlp Hci colt measures ,2J Inohes high mid. 28 Dulles long. I Kllle-Bullet in Brain 17 Years ' / <rORSY-TH, Mo. (jTJW—GiUljntl Coombs, 10, has uccn rcariylng a .22-callbcr rlflo"bullet:in his'brain since ho was two ycuis old The boy \\ns shot In the forehead by accident 17 years ago and doctors feuicd to relieve tlic pellet He suffers no pain, I Read Courier News Want Ads. ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE "Simmons Polly-Prim" Makes Work Fun. EASY TERMS. OIL STOVES, WOOD STOVES, COAL STOVES SPECIAL PRICES SEE OUR NEW. LINE PAUL BYRUM Opposite Old Postoffice /ALL INN.OCENpK! By Martis SUCH" ft CR^XV H :\ \ 60 ^UW WO^T I TW.K ,tW f ' —I/ QT r^A fiCn-JKL IUC. T. H »TO u : s VVASH Phone 253 Coal & Wood BEST COAL FOR MONEY "Acme Alabama" "Black Royal Kentucky" N. W- Trantiiam Coal Co. PHONE 964 Parks Bros. Coal Co. PHONE 977 FOR "Hi-Lo Alabama" "Bhick Royal Kentucky" A CLEAN COAL - LOW PRICED My COM Is Black but T treat you while. F|U up now. JOHN BUCHANAN - PHONE 101 Hardin-Barron Coal Co. AT BTERNBERG'S GIN PHONE 116 QUICK-FIRE, ALABAMA, BUCK CREEK, KENTUCKY COALS 'WE SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS' Sec Us About Your Coal Blythevilie Gin Co. "Hadiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" CALL 2U Personal Couple driving lo Detroit wants two passengers to shave expense. Call 130. , iG-c-k-19 1'ERMANENTS When science makes them boiler \vt will give our part. BAKHfcTT'S BEAUTY SIIO1' 606 North 5th - - Telephone 580 HOPKINSON, you HM& NO IDEA A JOY IT IS TO BE RICH AGAIN. ' SKEPTICAL! & <^ ^-^v cfr. N.&^$6* ~^7* HEY? DID YOU SEE PAT Vl TiNK ! IT'S^ (SAPPER TROW SUMPM \ A CCXJPOSl. OUTA PA CAR? j—-^V. " ~^ ' 4\ — .J avT^I SALESMAN SAM IT LOOKS KINDA LIKE MONEY THO. \IT CAN'T BE IT SAVS OWE " ' ;- " HUHWERD t /2 \ By Cr«fc r ( NOBODY'D T'POW AWAY Y Y6AH, WS RIGHT. IT MU^\ V A MUNMERD BUCKS. ^^ — --SS:!^ r/n ~?" f ^ <: z ! &~* f *~ = ^*\^xS?f\ //y,g\^0 1934 B1 MEA SEHVICC. IMC. T. M Rt§ U ' POSITIVE I'ROOF! ' l^l^bT,' SPICK AW ' SPAM AMD SPERF^rT") SURE OUSHTA BE TICKLED PINK, WHEN HE - — COMES IN t By Smu ^'^25Si ¥; A 7:r^\^ I BELIEVE FJECKLJ;;S AND |HS FRIENDS 1 f THAT'S NO WAY To ASX A GIRL 70 DANCE .' - 'Iff li'l 111 lt!| • «tclr snrorr', r Ht* stBvicj^'ntcri y | WELL, DU22IE; THIS IS OWE TIM^VA WOW'T DOUBT I CLAIM I OILED TH' FLOOR. LOOK AT YOOFS THE NEXT ( PROGRAM, WISE (SI .DANCE IS ) THE NEXT ONE IS MIME/ISN'T / HIK'E ! COME OM, IT, BETTY ./ BETTY...LEMKE ? A BORROW YOUR S FRAME FOR THIS •} V^, STRUGGLE.' ift?' fawi '^ •• &&kt ^*sfe?ffl YOU'RE 100 FRESH,DODO: AND SOME DAY YOUR FRESHWESS IS GOING TO BLOSSOM OUT IN • I THE FORM OF TWO LARSE BLACK EYES/ SAYS =?lrW \_ WHO? fc"?^ ^ /> ^S: .17 ^TV &S> ^ THE PRIZE! WE'VE GOT TO SETTLE THIS PEACEFULLY.' CONCEH TRATE YOUR RGHT ON TH9 j FOOTBALL FIELD! SHAW- • SIDE HK3H CAM USE SOME OP IT.M.LIST6W ILL TELL YOU VWAT THE ONE VVHo SCORES THf MO&T- TOUCH DOWNS I (J THE BIG GAME VVITO WNSSToM,\vlLL PECEIVE,A5 Vl= "?evwc A-kISS PROM ME."^- jrr p£i,tvgREo PERSOMALLY! -4^W$ THAT ^ • j^—-~ v '^ b ' * - •• ^-~ f -— -<^ v-^^-rv^ '* >~ - ' /A .- / *3* •* . , _, t ^- i ^ tf ** . _ -. -"- ^•vB x,^J ir'lo. _'.: _yj I'MLLasSi

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