The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1934 · Page 5
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TUKSDAY, JANUARY 0, 1934 BLYTHKVILLE. (ARK.)'. CPURUSK NEWS PAGE WVB & €L4*Slf I ED tf Wants K CLASSIFIED ' ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rale iwr imc wr coustcu- Ilic Insertions: Wo gu»rant«e you better batfcrj « . radlabr work (or leas Money. Any m»k* radUtor reptind or re- cored, aet our price* on new A&d ctbulll battertel. Call WJ. CbemUt Oo. IOC kl-10 (Five average words to • Or* time per lice Tvl-o times per line per day . Tnrw times per linn per day bis times per line per day .. !o.itb rate per llnj ..•••"•• Wo COAL & WOOD 08c 06o 050 60C I'UONE 1«7 BUCHANAM "Our Coal b BUtk But We 'ircat Sou White" 1C kl-» Ornithokt'nti Watch For White Blue Jay PITT6F1ELD,' Mass. tUP) — eslcrn Massachusetts onjitholb- sts are watclilnt, foi the rci\|>- :tarance o( a white blue jay. The freak was seen recently by rolessor Carl S. Hoar of the ology department of Williams liege, at Wllllamstovai. Accom- nied by un apparently normal ate, the bird was In an apple FOR SALE ordered Jor three or Ads ordered jor inree or ». SALE-Pure breed Stonevill? rr«m"«r°Vn^. ^^X. WS^? ter of times U'e^appeared and| ^ lhcvllle Gln Co . ' lp u PEAb ESTATE ad appeared adjustment, ol till made. All Classified Advertising copy ^X^^T^\^^?«^ M - CU1U janied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect In- seitlon of auv classified ad. vation. Or.£ mile south of Got ucll. Koi.ind Gr«n. 6«k Advertising crdered for irregular insertions take the one time rate. Phone 306 or 307 Come to, Uit yoar real edate See what we b«Te to Mil E. M. Terry LicfntfO Dtaltr Tenr-WoriMBctoo Title C*. Ptatne II Ue kl JANUARY SPECIALS POULTRY & EGGS Itfih t{{« dai'y. direct from hen atry. riekard'a fnetrj, 10* Cbickasawln. 6c kl lwixl uehiiul Hoar's lnbor:Uory. lie described ll IH el' a pale umy or clusly ttliilc wil'i .1 <i!irk sliiMk running! back Ivum the eye inul onvker tail leallif". Cupid Won Over Efforts ol Weatherman i , v MACH1AS. Me .lUI'l — JilhuSUl- ( ri iiml ClaiTH"' Calborth, Jr.. v-cre imiiTlcd decile ;ill the oi)-. ! ttades Unit iliri'iili'iic-d to posl-lthi U:i' rt'ivinotiy—10 tccl of 1 .iiut 'jo IK'|C^»>' ileto lcini)Ci't'i- i.- iiHinstrr, IU-V. William IBU- .:!!. i he li^sl mini mul Hie : i'\ iiiinin-. loo!; ;i iiiiin "s Ilir l;.\ nr.ild llK'll BUl uU •> 1 " 1 I!H- :.:iii«slnH'i Ihut Ilieyhud ii'..'i». Tin 1 Jiiiiiiicy on snow. \MIV two miles. river on OUR BOARDING HOUSE Bv Ahem Straight Line Saves Mileage for Planes SAN raANCISCO. iui>) — The iililnnc'.s Inherent nrtvniilaec ol uiifr.strlclc<l Jllght mill dlsrcfiiud [ crossings, lialllc nnd other sur- laco delnys, is I'lilmnccd Vjy Us nbllily to lly a ixe-line between iwlnls. nnd thus SHVC inllcnce. United Air Uuc.s 1 New York- IHCH slrulehkiicil out uiilll ll new Ls only 2,775 miles (torn Uio yiitlnl of Lllx'rly to Hie Ooldcii Cute. This is 400 miles less thtiii by nnd 600 miles shorter than Hie mo-st iMrctL co;i.sl-to- coasi uulomoullc highway, uuik- inu ixxv>lblc u 19 1-2 hour consl- to-i'oust niijlil will' Unlled's three ii;lli'-u-iiiini!te puKi'iieer pliincs. lieail Courier News WniU Ads. CWA t'ifhk Ticks NEW - ORLEANS .(OP) — Nearly 2,500 Civil Worte Administration .\vorkm arc comtriiciiiiii .'dipping vnts in the 39 remaining tlck- Inlcilcd • [Milslies in Lpulslaim In an edort to ninke the .entire state Ttce of tick-lnlestcd cattle In 1934. Publication ol Charles Dickens' uooks has attained a total ot 23,000,000 copies. ALLUY 001' D1NNY NOW 1'ITCHINGI 15y Hamlin FOR RENT Ml our Used Cars are reconditioned by Factory Trained M*n.| FRONT STEAM HEATED BEDROOM. 511 w. Main. Phone P8. 20 'a-t '•y. FOUT) TUDOR SEDAN (jocd Buy ill 5 •3D KO11I) TL'UOR SEDAN '20 POXTIAC SEDAN ?1'5 •30 NASH SEDAN. Clean. C.ood "a CHEVROI.KT COACH .. SIM "M ClIi:VKOLtX ItOADSTEU Rumble Scat SI* 5 TRUCK SPECIALS '30 CHEVROLET TRUCK t!i Ton '. • •••' *' 95 Room Apartment new school, reasonable price, 911 Hearn Bt. 6p kll FURNISHED bedroom, 1017 W. Walnut. Mrs. Ed Hardin alter 5 p. m. 29-ck-tt. '?2 FOIID Hi TON TRUCK $335 •3d FORD riCKUP. Closed Cab ?!' •;iO DODGE PANEl 51 Si:ir.y Olhcrs to Choose From \Vc Cuar.uiteo ;ill Cars ovrr $1MUH PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 200 East Slain Street Phone Sll-810 Jilythcvillc, Arkansas. NICE comfortable rooms convenient to bath. Good meats. 421 South Second St. l-pk-8 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. $15.00, appiv flroadway Barter., Shop, Farmer; Bank Bldg. ""•" ''-•:. MODERN Three room Apartment with bath, unfurnBted, Phone 764. ?T-cfc-U. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. I, M. Burnett* announces the opcniiit of short hand, typewriting and bookkeeping clissts. Special Prices. Call Kl-Vf. Ick2-l WANTED We pay more for pecans, furs, hides, brass, topper, radiators, aluminum, leal, catteries. Phone I'i6, Wolf Arian, 128 E. Main. 23c kl-23 1JUSINESS DIRECTORY NEW DEAL TRADING POST Furniture, Tools, Clothes, Ete. Let's tr.idc. 114 East Main. 6c kl-B EXPERT Typc»Tittr and Adding Machine Repairing. U. S. Blank- cnship, 11G E. Rose. Call 165-J. 21c kl-11 Nice room in private home witlx two beds, call 780 afltr 5:08 p.m. 5p klU SALESMEN WANTED AUTOMOTIVE 1.AKGKST STOCK USED PARTS lieuvcen Memphis and St. Louis Also Auto Glass—Phone G6 JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. 3c kli-3 WANTED SALES PEOPLE One salesman and one saleslady. Must be experienced and willing to work. No other need apply. Commission and small salary. House to house sclHng. Apply own handwriting, stating experience. Superior Coal and Mining 'Co., 3Iythcville, Ark. 4cklO LOW 1'KICES o.i winter car needs, heaters, alroiio', GPA glycerine, Xouel T tops & side curtains, $193 up. WOLF ARIAN, 128 E. Main. 230 kl-23 Call 30S - Red's place- 118 E. Main For Aulo Uoriy and Fender Service MALE HELP WANTED ABLE MAN for distributing and delivery work. Pays about $22.50 '^rekly. Needed at once. Must own onr. Albert Mills. Route Mgr., 3335 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. 9pklO LOST Liberal reward for return draulic house jack lost on slree'ts here. Osbron Machine shop. 9pkl2 29 ck 1-29 AUTO GI>ASS INSTALLED We install glass in your car while you wait. C» 11 us for better service. Phor.c 633. Shou.sc-I.ittk Chevrolet Co. lOc kl-10 Movie Fans Rented Slippers MEDFORD, ore (UP)—When a ii'cal theater cflerec" double fca- li'i-e attractions, it made side profit by renting sota pillows End house siipiwrs to Its patrons :md .selling sandwiches during the show, i Call Us When In Need Of Guaranteed Merchandise iTcs-Halterici - Replacement Part* HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Aiiiomolive Dcpt, Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. 12c kl-10 \vHECKER. SERVICE Call 115 when you need a wrecker. Day and Night Service. Call 633. Shouse-LUIIe Ciicvrolet Co. lOc kl-10 A Stockton, Calif., man has a 25-.'oot cactus growing in his front ' SPORTING GOODS Vcu will ijrd i i-omtilctc line of NKW MOREL BICYCLES at Hubbarrt H^rdv<Jrc Company 16c k'MG CLEANERS-. TAILORS To look your best is always essential, l.rl us keep your Clothes fit. Cniqtic Cleaning Service Call 171. 20-ck-20 RADIOS AH Radios, including R. C. A., are being closed out at. cost for CASH ni Jlubrard Hard»-arc Co 12ckl-12 "JlATTfiRIES New Fo-d Datlorles Rccharulne - Rcpalrins 717 TIRE & BATTEKY STATION GOOD COAL IS THE •CHEAPEST JC O A Lf 't* 0j There is no c o 1 1, V 9 West of the Allegheny Mo*ntains, u >ii«h -in beat and u low in uh u Uw Super.Heat VAC -i **•> »' lw!d rtmttmeal, bat It- it ethical, becaue It's trae. We h«e aulhodUtlve »ailj3ia on file on «U coll ud cu pmte this ctiim. SUPREME Super-hut is the only coal ot its kind «rf wl« only by (hb ,..iUrW><M~.«.ita> 6v3»le*ium fg*£fM -She Lump Ton - $7.50 ^ Ton ?4.W A Rich Man's Coal at A Poor Man's Price Superior Ccal & Mining Co 3M W. WaUiut • Fbooe HEV, Vft VM>.' VKJN'T T KILLED / j COVER VM TACE.' POOOR ,/OIMNY'S DiNNV' /V 5MEAR ' IM CLOVER VOU SMOULDA V^.tr-, IN ON UPSTAVR.-S VA6 NV IN G, „ SHOULDER ON A t>OOR — -"SOUNTJS UKt 'BUSTED? SWE JUST TOUNt) OUT TVAAT HE K?X6O\ TO MA\L HER CHRISTMAS CARDS UNTIL \<NOW TH" OL'TiOY GOULV- [AOYE SO "FAST -—HE. tro THREE LAVS / ATROOND TH LWlMG "ROOt^, SHOWED SOME TANCN WONDER IS ON 1H 6R\DtA-fL. TOR "THIS TIME? V, THEN WENT STWRS LIKE A ^ UC CRACK&TD STEVE IS WRONG! EOOTS AND HER BUDDIES covivou^so , ^OO OOnJl WHAT TTO OO VM^rt niKUK'S MUSIC IN THE KEY, M c QUTGGLJEf\ 7 tOME QUiCkL I / THEV'RE AT IT AGAIM. WASH TUBBS / SURE /UMNYl 1 ' OEtJN "WELL THERE'S NO SUCH THINGS AS SPOOKS. YAH! THAT'S HftRY, SIR. I 1 C««e SftV YOU'LL GROW TO BE QUITE FOMD OF HER,SIR. •SO LOVABLE AND SAO. SO MUSICAL. TWE IS HER PICTURE, SIR, BEFORE LrSTEH! \WAS-AH-TAKEN AWAY THERE'sl PRETTY, ISN'T SHE HRST OUTA OME WALL AW THEM THE OTHER. !>AI1) IN FULI SALESMAN SAM ". Pt tieuLS, lilfeUU. I'CA &-{ «JCM T CM iT TILL. sc<-\e'3oD OF U^KIM' f.S- VJP CUT OF _ S.CMI4D ' ftk!' I CP-M COLLECT '6("\! NOT HO SECRET! FRECKLES AND HIS I'HIKNDS THERE'S A SI^T-CIRa.'lT D^ NIW3ER 6EVEN ^NlfcH BOARD.. . Bel KK TAVE A SUM OUT TO LOCKWOD STBEE.T A FEW M03E ADJU^'.EMTS, AND WE'LL 8C SET U DONT V/ANT A SOUL To Wtil ABOUT THIS LWL EVERYTKIK'S IS PERFECT! IPX FAIL,iiX5MT WAWT TO BE UAliGHED AT BV OH! OH! IT LOCVS AS IF TOE .HISTO- BOY! 1 CM HARPLY WAIT DSIVEITATP.Y.' FREC Dp V30 fJEALlZE THAT, GETTING ~we POWER.ALL RIGHT! MAN: LOOK AT THAT II WELL, rr BE L.OKIS UNTIL !E SWITCH.AWO L 6EE IF V.'E'E£ G£T POVJER FRO.V L PLUG' WHATS CAUSING IT. VWE'LU FAMOUS 1- THE CITY LI6HT OEPART- TJ2IES OU HIS . MISTO-

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