The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1934 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.)] COURIER NBWI '.. PAGE SEVEN- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate IAT line for consecutive Insertions: (Five- average words to a line) One time per line ........... 10c T;vo times per lino per day .. 08c Three times per line per day .. 06o Six times per line per day .. 05c Monlli rate per line ......... 60c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered lor three or six limes and stopped before expiration will be charged for the num- bor of times tlio ad appeared and aflustment ot DIJI mane. • All Classmen Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash, nates may be easily computed from above table. -No iTCponsIuiliy will be t&keD lor more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified aa. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions, take the one time rate. PHILLIPS' USED CARS 'Z9 FORD TUDOR SEDAN .. ; S3 '32 FOUD COUPE ....... ... $235 '33 FORD DE LUXE COUPE. Rumble Seal ......... . $475 '33 CHEVROLET COUPE ... $415 '32 PLYMOUTH COACH ____ $295 TRUCKS and TRAILERS '29 CHEVROLET TRUCK. IX Ton .................... $gg Business Directory Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMISg LANCE i>baue 26 TOR BEAUTIFUL, FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOR SANOEH ARKMO LUMBER CO. Call 115 & ask for Pat for demonstrations of Sturtebaier, Terra- plane, Hudson, Willlj & Austin cars. BUYING IN CAn LOAD LOTS MAKES CHEAPER PRICES FOR THE CUSTOMERS. J. F. LIVINGSTON SKEWS, FEEDS, GROCERIES WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRUCK BEDS PANEL BODIES TRAILERS OP ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDER '30 G. M. C. TRUCK. 2K Ton, Large Bed ............ . . 5109 '3J CHEVROLET TRUCK. 157 Inch Wheclbase, Dual Wheel* ................ S315 '30 CHEVROLET PICK-U1' . . $165 We Pay Cash for Good Used Cars WE PAY CASH FOR USED CARS PHILLIPS' USED CAR LOT Corner Witaal & 1st Streets ; " OPEN- NIGHTS UNTIL ; 9 P. M. Phone 813 A COMPLETE LINE OP FANCY & STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, , VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, FLOUH, MEAL. ETC., AT THE ; Largest Stock of Used Cars to Select From You Always Find Whai You Waul at the lowest I'rices On Our Used Car Lot - - r ay Us A visjt 1033 CHEVROLET 0 Wire Wheels 1333 CHEVROLET court: 1933 FORD. TTJDOK 1933 FORD court- 1930 FORD SEDAN' 1030 WILI/YS SEDAN i, 1930 GRAHAM PAIGE SEDAN 1931 ClHiVKOI.KT PICK-UP .... 1033 CHEVROLET IK TON TRUCK ... 1032 DODGE TRUCK .$445 $460 . $445 $185 $135 .$165 $355 $395 $315 Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Open al Night Plionc C33 Automotive J. Ben Ciune Batlcry Service We 'recharge, rcbuUd all makes. Generators & Starters Repaired. At Tom W. Jackson's Station ASH & SECOND Phone 8 — Residence Z17-W. All kinds patiit and;, body work done, Cheapest prices: JOHN HEARN Barnett. Auo Stiles -Co. WE SELL CHEAPER. • OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE . MECHANICS' SUITUKS REPLACEMENT PARTS, TIRES, TUBES & ACCESSORIES Free Service Hubbai-d Hardware Co. Automotive Dcpl. I'honc 476 Position Wanted \V)11 Aa STENOGRAPHIC work ft! nleht. Reasonable rates. Call 30I 1 or 792. Salesman wltli cur. Sales-experience desirable. $100 weekly. 117 S. Broadway—P. O. Box 143 Personality Essential BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second MODERNIZE YOUR COUNTRY HOME WITH A DEMING WA TER SYSTEM. $40 UP. HUBBARD HDW. CO. SAW FILING of all kinds With automatic filing machine BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second .BE ECONOMIC At, BUY IT RIGHT RITE PRICE GROCERY In Old P. d. Bldg. Blythcvllle ... Phone 234 — We Deliver . COLD : WEATHER COMING! BEST PRICES ON STOVES PIPES, TAPERS AND TEE JOINTS, DAMPERS, SCUTTLES SHOVELS, ETC OBERST STORE CO. AOTO GLASS ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 Cotloii I AM PAYING UEST PRICES FOR PLOW UP OPTIONS ]. E. HASSON Oraud Leader aidg.—Phone ResianraiUs CitusWarOS WHY .... "QUALITY GROUP?" Ilvc-mo this coal was Isolnlccl t,nd*r the- clafisiiicallon'of "Quality Ormur to .listlnguisli a from oK.lnary Weslern Kentucky'Coal —Reasons Why You-Should Trade With Us— 1-30 years in business. , 3-t'n,mpt service 2-Qmmty ot eoal handled. 4-Co, llt ,,>, B twsUncm. 5—You eel, all you pay [ O r, "QUALITY GROUP" Is Distributed by GAY & BILLINGS Best Oysters « ttlvcr Cat fisli Chii'kcn Dinners Every l);iy Jimmie O'Brien 105 B. Second Salesmen Wanted CLOSING OU1 Reconditioned electric refrigerators. Good condition—Successful osxjr- atlon GUARANTEED. Si/.es, from 5 cubic Tcet food storage space to 12 cubic feel.' i'oii inny scu these units today. f. u. <:KK SALES co. N n 107 Main St. Repairing For Sale MULES. HARNESS, WAGONS ft TOOLS for funning 40 acres. S225. M. c. Caughran, Wilhitc faun on Fiat Liikc road. lip k22 MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATER. Cost 565. Will sell [or $15, Thomas L a«d Co. 16-ck-tt Filling station, 4 room house and 7 lots on highway 18 for 51500 cash, 5 room house will) bnth. good garage and outhouse at 1300 W. Ash, $1500 cash. Plionc 124. 27ck27 ALL FIXTURES belonging to tho Glencoe Cafe, for sale cheap. Pnrt cash, balance on monthly pay- nicnts. John Thompson, Glencoe Hotel. 21-pk 10-21 One Dodge School Bus, seating capacity 45 children, new paint, new upholstery, eood condition in every v.-ay. Price reasonable. C. B. Wood Motor Company, Luxora, Art W. J. KNOX Having made all kinds or shoes tor ABNORMAL Icci, can repair tliocs lo correct ABNORMAL, Jeet. .; I^OIl' RENT Suburban Home & Acrc- \ 'age. Most choice, lilghl In niythc- vlllc. SJ5 per month house rent, Heal Estate FOR SALK W arrcs rlshl ut Dlytlicville, on luuvc'lrd highway. 6 room rcsl- neiuT with lights, mrec bimi parts' converted into dairy barn. Milk house with concrete floor. 2C aci-c.i one mile of niyllievlllc on mine highway. Wonderiiil bar- 6»"is (or some one. EASY TKRMS. Iliomas Land Co. 8KE MB TOIl UAHGA1NS in Iliu following mil estate olferlnes: Smiill acreage tracts practically In lilythcvllle, but, otiUsldo city limits; . 43 acres land near hard raul soulliwesl ]3oynloi); 20 acres land, nil Improved, "ear concrete highway, mile of Manila. UlylhevlUe Ltldles SHOE REPAIRING & DYKING done by experts. Reasonable, li. E. Hatcliff, Across ironi tSulibaiei Hdw Co. We put DANCING TAPS on Ehoes & ulso do export, shoe repairing. PROGRESSIVE SHOE BHOP 1IM S. Second Factory Authorized FKIGJDA1RE SERVICE Factory Trained IM'rh»JM« Huy 67—I'hoiic—WfM 2JBI U. H. GKK SALES CO. •107 Main St. Lost LOST—Part of Khaki Tent enclosed in canvas bag. Ten Dollar-($10) reward for same. A SMALL FARM HOME W; ncres, all In high stale ol cimiviitlon. Nice 4 room bungalow with nriv barn, nVt.a -30 l>v 30 ft, nietnl roof, lot and pasture under new wiro fence, oilier necessary out-lioiises, everything complete for living and making a good living Income. Located aboiil 0110 mile o! 8 months, tenth grade'-school, cot'•on tin, stores and -poslollice, good country road, within five miles o( Dljtheville. PRICE $1,750' About half cash, imlimce terms, The liuiwoveincnts are worth jl 000 W. M. Burns, Agency Phone 2« or '212 Farms ior Sale! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON, Caiuincrsvllie, Mo. 1. M. Terry tin or '341! Wanted WANTED! Black Walnut Logs We are In llio market Jor Muck walnut logs delivered ui our mill »t Trnmann, Arkansas, subject (o out- Inspection under the rules adopted by the American Walnut Manufacturers Association. We do not, have a man on the road, write «s for 5|>edflcnlloiis and prices. PoinscH Lumber & Mlg. Company TRUMANN, ARKANSAS Now f. W at«d. al Southeast Corner Walnut' a ml Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU • , "ON KIW'AKUS, 1'rojirltlor All miiki-s of rebuilt Typewriters, Aildliic Machines and Calculilon Keiuirlnj;—J'a tin—millions 1'Uoiu 71 ooui In private home Illume and drac "M" tele- waited In the front scat of the'' iiBe. Stale price., car, The motor was rnnnln" fet. News. Mpfca Fllllcy Wol[orl . s iuf|B|se - >AS11 paid for USED CLOTHING it SHOES to ship west. II. ilSIQHTON, 321 E. MAIN. \VAN r ra>-HMi> [or 4 inch or inch well, about. 000 foci. CHAPMAN A: OBWBV LUMKI5R CO. Marked Tree, Ark. ICc klO For Kent NICK niMitl Phono COO. Ijcdroom/j, rtteont or couple. Garage. 2c K'J Ing his car back down the drive, dart backward across (he street and nj> an incline, through splln- terliiR doors mull II, cainc to rest, fctinounded by the remnanU ot omatoc:; mid apples stored there, the car of his ncluhuor, While. '•Soincllihii' happened," Mrs. vVolfort, explained, "I doii't know ' what." Wolfeit Uimieht perhaps. ills wife, In turning uroumt to get', lier coal oil tho back scat, might liuvo meshed ll-.c gear Into reverse. , She was unhurt, but frightened. .. Personal We buy Indian Head mid Lincoln P'.'imh's, Will |my from V2 to $75 each lor old dutcsi Watch for rare colnti with our new calnlox. Over OCO prcmluin U. S. coins listed I Send ICc to cover mailing. COINS, INC., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. raiMANIJNTS When science mukes them better wo will give our part. MAHKlTrs I1EAUTV SJIOI 1 GOli Norlh 8lh - - Telephone 680 Man's Auto and Wife Both "Go Back" ,on Him • -jM!-|W : ,'"l'V ! OLRVKI.AN'D (O| J )J-Vvhfn Ixillls Wollert. stopped from his anlomo- bilc he had no Intention of park- Ing It. In the Barage ot R. R, White, who lives directly across tho street. WoHerl Imd a gnrnge of Ills own, ended with sur- renderof Corn* aH as Jtin pr Sweeping ref ormS- - COPPER WEATHER STRIPPING Saves fuel at small cost Arkmo Lumber Co. ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE "Simmons Polly-Prim" Makes Work Fun. EASY TERMS. OIL STOVES, WOOD STOVES, COAL STOVES SPECIAL PRICES SEE OUR NEW LINE PAUfBYRUM Opposite Old Posloffice Phone 251 Coa) & Wood Ii EST CO A iTl'CiRTlON i "Acme Alabama" "Black Royal Kentucky" N. W, Trantham Coal Co. PHONE 964 Parks Bros. Coal Co. PHONE 077 FOR "Hi-I.o Alabama" "Hlacfc Royal Kentucky" A CLEAN COM, - LO\V PRICED My Coal Is Black but I ( re at ynu •white. Fill up mm. JOHN BUCHANAN - PHOXE 107 Hardin-Barron Coal Co. AT STKRNBERG'S OIN PHONE 116 QUICK-FIRE, ALABAMA BUCK CREEK, KENTUCKY COALS 'WE SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS' Sec Us About Your Coal BIytheviJIe Gin Co. "Radiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" CALL 214 Feeds, Seeds "ALWAYS AHEAD" PEED BEST FEED-CHEAPEST PRICES Obersl Store Co. 61 near Blythcvillc To rent a sood piano tor year. V. E. the door of which he was engaged 17c k24 at courier News. 18-pk-24Coiirlcr News. -J. 17pk22in opening, while HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES OIJT WITH l'! v ! TWc OMV.V OME'b Of OOR MOfSt TO MS OWM WSLLjWELLjwtLL: ?OTH(S IS WHERE MR. 80ARDMAN, THE MULTI MILLIONAIRE CAPITALIST, WAS LOCKED UP CHIEF'S ORDERS GOTTA DOLL IT UP IM ATWO-TOWEQREEM, WITH BARS AN' C&ILIH6 IU ORCHID. HEKAFTGR, IT'LL ee RESERVED FOR Ciia ' > MORE DISTIMdUISHBD GUBSTS, AND IT'S TO 8E KWOWM AS THS"HORATIO BOAP.DMAN ROOM: . . ~, ..,, ,™^.,VCE CORTAINSjTOO, AS1D V_A PLUSH-BOTTOMED CHAIR \* c p s SO 1 CAUQHTCMA FLftT— I WANNA BUV A SCHOOL DRESS ) JUST A MOMENT FOR MY DAUGHTER WHO GOBS /MRS. FIQETS AM 1 ' TO SCHOOL-SHE'S TEM ^EHRS / (< LL SHOW YA SOME OLD, HAS CURLY HAIR, LOVES /DRESSES THAT JUST SPINACH AMD IS SADLY IN _^/CAME IN-AM' BY TH' NEED OF A DRESS.' /( WAV, DOES TH' DWJQHTER JUMP ROPE? 'OH, THIS IS ^ ' VERV SPIFFS,' WOIJ, AN' I'LL. TAKE IT/ ) THAT'LL, FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f - • ..... WHAT've You COT DAD...TEST PAPERS OF 4 3.69 AN!' YA RIN6 UP v_ NO SALE / 'M DOWM.DOZZ! I KNOU) MR.S.P1GETS OWLVTOOtWELLf suRe AS YA LIVE.SHE'LL TH' CRESS (N TO- MORROCO AN' WANT HER MONEM BACKf O 193J BTNEASCR1 YES SOW! I HAVE TO CORRECT THEM AT HO«E. P BUT FIRST, I MUST ATTEND A BANQUET THIS EVENIW3 SO V/ILL. AN ILL wixnr WELL! WELL! HERE'S FUSCkLES' TEST PAPeq... AND IT'S TYPE\VRITTEH TDo! AND HE'S THE GUY WHO'S "TRYING TO BEAT M OUT IM LOVE AND FOOTBALL " MR.FRECKLES IT VvSULD BET JUST TOO BAD IF YOU DIDNT PASS THAT EXAM! BECAUSE IF MX) DIDNT. YOUR FOOTBALL CAREER WOULD BE ALL SHOT TO PIECES ' AND, WOULDM'T THAT BE A SHAME '.' Bv Blossei- O NE ot the greatest runs ever sncn in football involved Jack KWor Tlio Irish \vcrc pi?'•".<. Arn:y in New York in 1!)2?. T'n • 'had iKftn no score in (he lii-st pcrW.' In the second, with Notre Dama deep,in its ov.ii 'c-v:\toi : v. "r?.v,x Ciiridco punier). 1'en.v. Army tackle, blocked the kick on thy 13-yard stripe. Johnny Jturrcll tried the line pa the first play, bat was stopped. Chris' Cagle couldn't pick tip much at right tackle. On the' next play, Cig;!<: tonk'tlio l;all from center p.ml faded'ovi-r lo the right. Ho lieaveil a pass lo Mefsinger, but Elder was there lii-st—vislit on the three-yard line. Nir.ely-sev<:ii yards he sprinted down the side of the field, almost on the?''.'.eltr.e, ar.d r.;: : ,vr Uoppi<r«l:li):he had KoreJ. Nctre l):in;c v.-tm. 7-0. • f l >'% n^V^!^

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