The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1934 · Page 5
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SATURDAY,- OCTOBER-'20, 1534 BLYTHEV1LLB, (AKK.) COUH1EU NEWS mm CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per line lOo Two times per line per day .. 08o Tliree times per line per day .. OSc 6ix times per line per day .. 05c Month rate per Una 60c Minimum ' charge 50o Ads ordered lor three or six times and stopped before expiration will bq charged tor the number of times the ad appeared and adustoieiit of Dili maae. All Classmen Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside o[ the city must be accompanied by cash, Rates may be easily computed from above taWe. • PEKMANENTS None Better - - Special 1'rires Barrett's Beauty Shop 60fi N. 5t'h - - Telephone 080 Business Directory Cotton Cobb Undertaking Co., lac SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Fiuuie 26 FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOR SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. Call 115 & ask for Fat for demon- si rat Ions of Studebaker. Tern- plane, Hudson, Willis * Austin cars. BUYING IN CAR LOAD LOTS MAKES CHEAPER PRICES FOR THE CUSTOMERS. .1. F. LIVINGSTON SEEDS, FBKDS, GROCERIES " & RETAIL No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect in- scrtiou of any citified aa. f RUCK ggj^ Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions take the one time rate. ? U5 '$295 PHILLIPS' USED CARS '29 FORD TUDOR SEDAN . . '32 FORD COUPE .......... '33 FORD DE LUXE COUPE. Rumble Seat .......... $475 '33 CHEVROLET COUPE ... SU5 '32 PLYMOUTH COACH .... $295 TRUCKS mid TRAILERS '29 CHEVROLET TliUCK. \\<Ton .................... $ us '3D O. M. c. TRUCK. 2}i Ton, 1-arge Bed .......... .... $109 '3Z CHEVROLET TRUCK. 157 Inch whcelb:ise, Dual WheHs ....... ......... §315 '3« CHEVROLET PICK-UP . . $165 We Pay Cash for Good Used Cars WE PAY CASH FOR \ . USED CABS PHILLIPS' USED Corner Walnut & i s t streets OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL » I'. M. Phone 813 Largest Stock of Used Cars t o Select From You Always Find What You Wan at the Lowest Prices On Our Used Car Lot - - Pay Us A visit. 1933 CHEVROLET SEDAN* for 6 Wire Wheels ....$4oJ $445 $460 $445 $185 $135 $165 $35 $395 $315 Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. 7 Open at Nishl riiouc 63 Automotive 1933 CHEVROLET COUPE 1933 FORD TUDOR 1933 FORD COUPE 1930 FOKD SEDAN 1930 WILLYS SEDAN 1936 ORAHAM PAIGE SEDAN 1933 CHEVROLET 1033 CHEVROLET IK TON TRUCK .. 1932 DODGE TRUCK J. Ben Chine Battery Service We recharge, rebuild all makes. Generators & Starters Repaired. At Tom W. Jackson's Station ASH * SECOND Phone 8'.— Residence 217-W. All kinds paint and body done. Cheapest prices. JOHN HEAUN Harriett Auo Sales Co. work WE SELL CHEAPER OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE MECHANICS' SWFLIES REPLACEMENT PARTS, TIRES TUBES & ACCESSORIES Free Service Hubbard Hardware Co. A«l»molive UcpL ' phone «G PANEL BODIES TRAILERS OP ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDER BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second MODERNIZE YOUR COUNTRY HOME WITH A DEMINO .WATER SYSTEM. $40 UP. HUBBARD HDW. CO. SAW FILING of all kinds With automatic filini; machine BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second I AM. PAYING BEST PRICKS FOR PLOW UP OPTIONS J. E. HASSON Grand Lender Bldf—Phone 420 .Restaurants Best Oysters & Klvcr Oil I'isli Chicken Dinners Every IKiy Jimmie O'Bfien 105 S. Second Salesmen Wanted Salesman with car. Sales experience desirable, 5100 weekly. 117 S. Broadway— P. O. liox 148 Personality ssential WHY.... "QUALITY GROUP?" JJccause this coal was iEohilcd under UK- closslllcallon or "Qmillly Orouji" [o distinguish it from oixllnary Western Kentucky Conl. - —Reasons Why You Slioulii Tr:u!c With Us— 1-30 years in business. 'J-IVmiirt service. 2—Quality of coal luindleiL 'l-Coiirloous treatment. ' • 5—You act nil you |>:iy | or . . ''QUALITY onOUF 1 is Diiliibiited by GAY & BILLINGS Phone Ili Ol.OSIfJO Oll'l' Jecomltlloned elcclrlo refrigerator.*. Oood condition—Successful oiwr- ition C1UARANTEUD. Sizes, trom 5 cubic feel lood stor- \y. ..pace to 12 eubio feel. Vou nmy see those unils lodny. B. H. GBB KAUiS CO. N N •107 MlUn St. MUl.IiS. HAlfNUSS, \VAC1ONB~A TOOIiS for fiiriniiii! its ucrcs. $'»5. M. c. CiUiBhrnn, Wllhllo iumi o raid, I5i) k?> We put D.-.NC1NC! TAPS on shoes & also do expert shoe repairing. 1'ROCjRKSSWE SHOE 51101 s 103 S. Second Faiilury Authorized F1HGWA1KE SERVICE Factory Tialiifd MechiUMw> Day C7—t'hoilc—N'ltM' 3Jff, E. li. GEE SALES CO. 407 Main St. !y comvrli'd Into dairy foam. Milk '•oiisL 1 with concrete lloor. 'X urn* one mil« of lil.vlhevllli! on samp hlghwny. Wonderful im-»i lor some one. EASY TERMS, 1 lionias Land Co. Lost Personal Short People If you are under 5 feel C inches, write inc. P. O. Box 53, Osccola, Ark, LOST—Part of Klmki Tent enclosed in canvas baf. Tcnvnollar <?10) reward for same. Lost on Highway 01 near Ulyfticvillc or Luxora. Call at Courier News. l!)-pk-24 For Lieut NICE Bedrooms, .steam heated. Gentlemen or couple. Garage. Phone 500. 2c s2 Repairing W. J. KNOX Having mjide all kinds of shoes for ABNORMAL feet, call repair siloes to correct ABNORMAL feet. BE ECONOMICAL BUY IT RIGHT Ladies SHOE REPAIRING & DYEING done by experts. Rea- ionable.'E. E. Ratcliff, Across from Hubbard Hdw Co. A COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY & STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, ' PRODUCE, FLOUR, MEAL, ETC., AT THE RITE PRICE GROCERY BEST PRICES ON STOVES, PIPES, TAPERS AND TEE JOINTS, DAMPERS, SCUTTLES, SHOVELS, ETC. OBERST STORE CO. AUTO GLASS AUK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 COPPER WEATHER STRIPPING Saves fuel at small cost Avkmo 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 llcal Estate' GOOD LAND AT LOW PRICES 400 acres all in wood, between levee and river, taxes almost nothing, can sell for cash, or port Farms for Sale! Terms Reasonable ETHEL, B. THOMPSON, Camtnersvlllc, Mo. FoTi RENT Suburban Home & Acreage. Most choke. Rijjht in Dlythe- villc. $15 per month-house, rent payable monthl y ni acre for land. Good Courier News. i $10 l» Icnsc. Cal SEK MB FOR BARGAINS 111 tin following mil eslntc oirerings: Small acreage tracts practlcall cash and terms for balance', price I'« Blythcvllle, but 512.00 to $15.00 per ncre,\H'i!l llmlls; from sell 20 acres or more to one party, wood and Umber on land enough lo jiny for if placed on market. Land lies' between Lcvec & To- niiUo, Ark. W. M. Burns Agency Phone 243. or 212 Office Grand Leader UuiUling FOR SALE. •JO acres right at BIytlievillc, graveled highway. 5 dencc with lights, large BOOTS~AND'"HiRlBUDDIE8 rooni resi- part- outside hard clti Fill illjf Stations MOOHE'S A1H TIGHT HKATKIt. Cost $i)5. Will sell for $1B. Tliomns •awl Co. lii-ck-tf 'lllluu station, -t room house und 1 lols on highway 1U for $1500 cash, 5 n)oin house wllh Ixtlh. good _ nge and outhouse at 1300 W. Ash, $1500 cash. I'lioni! 124. 27CM7 Expedition on Survey Of Eastern Tibet ALL WXTURKS belonijiiii; lo the Clientele Cafe, for sule cheap. Part casli, bnlnncc on monthly pay- John Thompson, csleucoc ments, Hotel. 21-pk 10-21 One Docile School Uiis, si-allnij cnjincily -15 children, new palm cw upholstery, good condition in every way. Price reasonable. C. U Wood Motor' Company, Luxora, Ark lie k21 Wauled To rent-u [;oo<l plnno for year. V. E Uiillcrwortli. Phone TO4-J. npl:2 Room in priviitc home with iclu plionc iiiuU Biiruce. Slate pilc Address "M" Courier News. 13])k2 Soiilherii Service Station Slcelc, Mo.' Phillips OG Products ANTI-KNOCK GASOLINE 11 l-2c tax paid 'i\ lloiii 1 Service Helen Jacobs Forecasts Woman's Cup Matches ALBANY, N. Y. (UP)-Uelen Ja- >bs. -who .lias Avon ••'the national women's shinies tennis title three lines, believes n Davis Cup com- letltion for the fair sex would be in excellent incentive. "I believe It will happen eventually," Miss Jacobs declared on a (cent, visit here. "Tho quality of ilayhii' by European women Is im- iroving steadily." Sho :;aM .v!ie' mis ini.vloiis to iicct Helen Wills Moody In a. match •12. acres lai)il ,near sbiitluvest, iUoynlbnJ' '20 iicres Iniiil, R u iinjH'oved, near concrete highway, mile of Manila. E. M. Terry Blyihcvillc Phone <J17 or 340 CASH paid (or USED CLOTHING <t. SHOES to 6hlj> west. H. LEIQHTON, 321 E. MAIN. PHILADELPHIA. (UP>-An cx- pcdhlon hit's loft Vitcliow, Kt.e- chwan province, Clilna, for 11 year's survey of eastern' Tibet, It was nmiounucit here by tho Academy o( Natural sciences. Birds and inaiinimlj will lie collected for the Academy's Free Natural History Museum nnd motloi pictures will be mii.de of Die wild life of Ilic so-called "roof of the world." Tho expedition will also cmtaiv or lo obtain maloilnl or haliUnl "~ nps oi wild yak, wild horse, Tl an grlz/ly, Ainniou sheep, ivliitc lt|i|Kd slag and snow leopard, Draoke Dolnn, yt phlladclpliiu liriuls the ui-tfiij,, ivhlc'li Inclutlc: Krust, .Sehiicfcr, ill the Unlvcrshj o[ Gocltlngcn, Germaiiy, and Ma' riun II. Diinciui ns adviser nud caravan leader. For Sale FOR SALE—Flower Pots nt reasonable prices. Olci-sing WANTED-Bids, for 4 Indi or ; ,0 inch well, about GOO feet. CHAPMAN fs DUWISY • : LUMBER CO. Marked Tree, Ark. lOc klO CONNhiAUT, O. (UP)—Six "hundred bushels of corn on five ncrcs, a near record hereabouts, bus been Ei-own by A. P. Southard. Southard's specialty Is White Cap Yellow Dent. More than n fourth of the wheat prc.ihiccd. hi. this country is etovn In Kansas. A«iioa;a Ahnan ac* --JP£|ober20fe_ 'Henry John. Temple Viscount Palmersfcon, English spectator who undei'vstan4s all Now l.uM(ctl l.uM(ctl *t Southeast .Ctjriier. ^ygliiiit ADDING MACHINE & f Yft SERVICE BUREAU DON lilWAUDS, Proprietor III makes «r rcliullt Tyiravii-llcrs, Adding Machines anil Calculator.! It tiialrlnK—1'a r Is— 111 blions 71 vcmbor 1. 350 Division, A VKHY SKRJOUS iMAri'KK! IN SOCIU7TV] AND_RWD t-^i ANOTHER OP.THOSE^VAS^U!-!. DE . THiS )S GETTIW6 A TRIFLE SHORT THANK HEAVEN?! My CWK' PRIVOTF CAR S I'M NO LOMGER A HOBO, v THE QOLPEW BATH Toe FILLED VJiTH THE CilOCEST OF CHAMPAGNES, MAPMILUAN, ASD LAY OUT I-1V SATIM UNDERWEAR. HAVE TS'.E CHEF COOK ME SIX " BPEAKFflSTS. WIRE MY 8ROKEP, TO BlJV ANOTHER RAILROAD, AND ASK HoPKIMSOU WHERE THE HECK'S ALL THE GIRL'S S ITIS,SUH. ENf . J Mo MO'M FO SALESMAN SAM PIW AGIM, MUHY , s'pose ) OH, VEAH?OIEU i ' t DOUBT IT/ CHrtN'CES ARE^fltJL RIGHT, SMART lTTy DID IX AND VOU'RE / JEST LOOk TM' S C3RABBIM TM' CREDIT 1 J CASES GVtR.AMDFIMD -^.. OUT PER VERSELPf '--' r 1 PO THOSE LOOK LIKE WTTV's FINGER PPJMTS— OR MINE? r.MAT's ALL-you've DOME SINCE{SO 'HAPPENS THAT I'VE POLISHED ALL TH' SHOW CrtSES, LIKE VA TOLD ME ^^^\^i~~rr^ r ^SE!^ V I'fesA PAUL BYRUM Opposite Old Posto{(ice Phone 253 Coal & Wood My Coal Is Black int I treat yon white. Fill up now. JOHN BUCHANAN - FHONE 107 BEST COAL FOR MONEY "Acme Alabama" "Black Koyal Kentucky" N. W- Trantham Coal Co. PHONE 964 Parks Bros. Coal Co. I'HONE 377 FOH "Hi-Lo Alabama" "Black Royal Kentucky" A CLEAN COAL - LOW PRICED Hardin-Barron Coal Co. AT • STKRNBERG'S GIN PHONE 116 QUICK-FIRE, ALABAMA, BUCK CREEK, KENTUCKY COALS •WE SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS' Position Wanted Will do STENOGRAPHIC 'work at Reasonable rates. Call Sflfi or 702. See Us About Your Coal Biytheville Gin Co. "Radiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" CALL 2H Feeds, Seeds "ALWAYS AHEAD" PEED : BEST PEED-CHEAPEST PRICES Obevst Store Co. FRECKLES AND IHS FRIENDS LOOK AT TK-.-SE; sofs GOAT IT! FRSCKLES WD DODO ARE WORKING LIKE TROJAM5... l> THEY kEEP OS) LlkE THAT. WE'LL NEVER UE6D TO WORRY ABOUT GETTlWG TOUCHDOWNS !.' NICE WORK .PRECISES. 1 THEY'LL BE CALLFNG You OLD GUIS- FINGERS, IF You KEEP THAT UP. 1 ELL YO'J,B!FF,...TKER6'S fJOTHi'MG LIKE Sa-iooL TO GST THESE BOYS DOWM TO HARD v\'ORk: I THEY'LL DO AMYTrllMG IT SO HAPPENS, COACM.THAT FftECI-cLES'AND DODO ARK DOISG IT R3R BSTTY KOSTIMS?.. MOT ALKA MATER! RETTV HAS PROMISED A *i!5S ro THE ONE V^WO bCOR£S THE KOST TOUCH. AGAINST KIN35TOM.' SO THAT'S IT, EH .' A FPOM A BEAUTIFUL GIRL? \VSIX, 1= t COOLD GET MIKE OTCER C3IPLS TO "RCMISE THE SA>1S TUWGTOTriE TEAM, WE'D BE A Clls'CH

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