The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1934 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER'-23. 1934 (ARK.)' COURIER NKW8 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate ]<er line for conwcu- livc insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per lino lOo Tvo times per Jliie per day .. 08c three times per line per day .. 06o Six times per lino per day .. 05c Month rate per line /.. 60c Minimum cnargo 60o Ads oraerea (or three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number a! times the ad appeared and ailustinent o! DID omae. All ClasslOea Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside o( the city must be accompanied by cash. Sates may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken for more .than one Incorrect Insertion of any claasiflcd aa. Advertising' oroered !or Irregular Insertions take the one lime rate. Business Directory Chitwood & \Veidman ELECTRICAL WIRING Sheet & Metal Work Metal Flues SPECIAL PRICES Between p. o. &'Crcvrolet Bldg. Phone 260 Cotton I AM PAYING BEST PRICKS TOR PLOW UP OPTIONS J. E. HASSON " Grand Leader BUIg.—Plione 4a9 Restaurants WHY.... "QUALITY GROUP?" Uccauso ibis coal was Isolated under (h c ctellicitl,,, ol "Quality Group" to distinguish It, Iron, oriHary Western Kentucky oo«j. -Reasons Why You Should 'iviulo With Us- 1-30 years In business. 3-l>rcm,,i service 2-Quallly of coal handled. 4-Courlcous treatment. 5— You set nil you jay f ori , "QUALITY GROUP" Is Distributed by GAY & BILLINGS Phone 70 AUTO GLASS, ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 ' PERMANENTS Noiie Better - - Special Prices Barrett's Beauty Shop. GOG N. 5t!i - - Telephone 580 PHILLIPS' USPCARS 33 FORD DE.LUXK COUPE'. Rumble Seat 5475 '32 CHEVROLET COUPE .. $325 '33 FORD V-8 TUDOR SEDAN 5415 '33 CHEVROLET SEDAN .. $185 '30 FORD FORDOR SEDAN JI95 TRUCKS and TRAILERS '30 G. M. C. Zii TON TRUCK. Larjre Body J1G9 '33 CHEVROLET 1(6 TON TRUCK. 157 Inch Wheel- '29 CHEVROLET 1JC. TON TRUCK 5 98 '30 CHEVROLET PICK-UP, doted Cab §165 '3Z FORD PICK-UP. Closed Cab $185 WE PAY CASH FOR USED CARS ) PHILLIPS' USED CARLO! Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE I'iwue 26 '• OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL y P. M. Phunc 813 Automotive J. Ben Clune Battery Service We recharge, rebuild all makes. Generators & Starters'Repaired. At Tom W. Jackson's Station ASH * SECOND Phone 8 — Residence 277-W. All kinds paint and" body work done, Cheapest prices. JOHN HEARN Barnctt Auo Sales Co. WE SELL CHEAPER OUR STOCK IS COMPLETS MECHANICS' SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT PARTS, TIRES, TUBES & ACCESSORIES Free Service Hubbard Hardware Co. ' Automotive Dept. I'hone 476 Coal & Wood My Coal Is Black but I Ireat jou while. Fill up now. JOHN BUCHANAN - PHONE 107 BEST COAL FOR MONEY "Acme Alabama" :"B]iick Royal Kentucky" N. W- Trantham Coal Co. PHONE 964 :: Parks Bros. Coal Co. •' PHONE 977 FOR "Hi-Lo Aliibama" :"jBlack Royal Kentucky" A CLEAN COAL - LOW PRICED Hardin-Barron Coal Co. AT STKRNBERG'S Gm PHONE 116 QUICK-FIKE, ALABAMA, BUCK PKEEK, KENTUCKY COALS 'WE SATISFV OUB CUSTOMERS 1 See Us About Your Coal BlytheviHe Gin Co. "Radiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" GALL 214 Feeds, Seeds "ALWAYS AHEAD" FEED BEST PEED—CHEAPEST PRICES Oberst'Store Co. FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOR SANDER. ARKMO LUMBER CO, Call 115 i ask for Pat for demonstrations of Studebiker, Term- plane, Hudson, Wlllli '-':* Attstin car». ••. - . BUYING IN CAR 'LOAD LOTS MAKES CHEAPER . PRICES FOR THE- CUSTOMERS. J. E, LIVINGSTON SEEDS, FEEDS, GROCERIES WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRUCK BEDS PANEL BODIES TRAILERS OF ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDER BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second MODERNIZE: YOUR COUNTRY HOME WITH A DEMING WATER SYSTEM. ?40 UP. HUBBARD HDW. CO. SAW FILING of all kinds With automatic flling machine •:*BARKSDALE-& PAGE '•>"••' 200 ^f. Second BE ECONOMICAIj BUY IT RIGHT A COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY & STAPLE GROCER'IES, FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, PHO- DUCB, FLOUR, MEAL, ETC., AT THE . RITE PRICE GROCERY In Old P. O. Bldg. Blythevllle Phone 234' — We Deliver COLD WEATHER COMING! BEST PRICES ON STOVES, PIPES, TAPERS AND TEE JOINTS, DAMPERS, SCUTTLES. SHOVELS, ETC. OEERST STORE CO. COPPER WEATHER STRIP Saves fuel at small cost. Arkmo Lumber Co. ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE "Simmons Polly-Prim" Makes Work Fun. EASY TERMS. Oil, STOVES, WOOD STOVES, COAI, STOVES SPECIAL PRICES SEE OUR NEW LINE PAUL BYRUM Opposite Old Postofficc Best Oysters Hi Klvcr Cat l-'isu i Chicken Dinners Every Day Jimmie O'Brien Real Estate 105 a. Salesmen Wanted SALESMAN WANTED for Arkan. «is ami Missouri, cnr expense m- •angeiiiciit. Apply 212 W.'Maln evenings alter 7 p.m. 23-pk-2U jalesman with car. Sales experience desirable. $100 weekly. 117 S. Broadway~P. O. Box 143 Personality Essential For Rent OARAGE. Close in.. 123 N. Sill, nis Beavers. '.'• •' 23c One misses brown coat with brown fur collar, size 14. RETWAfiD. Mrs. Iverson Morris, 616 Lake. . . 36c k26 Nice BEDROOM, Rentlcman y>iv- ferrccl. 300 Lake St.. 23p k29 BEDROOM with' iidjqinlng bath, 215 ; W. Kentucky. Mrs, F. 'i', Elder. 23p k27 3 room APARTMENT rtmvnstnlrs; two 2-rooin APARTMENTS np- slairs. REASONABLE. Call C83. 22-ck-a NICE Bedrooms, slenrii lieatcd. Gentlemen or couple. Garage, Phone 660. 2c K'J HOOTS LAND FOR SALE •10 acres west, of HOLLAND. Well Improved, Wonderful Soil. Acre. $50 80 acres west of OSCEOLA. Fine Tract, Well Improved. Acre $50 100 acres, 1 mile of ULYTHB- VILLE. Fine Tract, Busy Terms. Acre $100 320 aci'es west of OSCEOLA. Hiflily improved. Acre $75 We have any Size tract anywhere. THOMAS LAND CO. In lUylliovlUe, but otilAlHn Hiv limits; ouiaiiL city 42 iieres land , 1S ;ar hard road Bouthwcsl Boynton; 20 acres land, nil Improved, "ear concrete highway, mite ot Mtunla. E. M. Terry Blythcvlllc' Phone 817 or 346 AUi FIXTURES bcloiiBlnt' to Hie Olencoo Cnfe, for solo cheap. Pnrl cosli, bnlnnce on inontlily payments. John Thomson, aicncou Mole). 21.nk m.'ji Farms for Sale! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON, Carulncrsvjlle, Mo. GOOD LAND AT LOW PRICES 400 ncrcs nil in wood, between levee and river, taxes almost nothing, can sell (or cash, or part cash and terms lor balance, price from $12.00 (o $15.00 per acre, will sell 20 acres or more to one party, wood and limber on Innd enough to pay lor 11 placed on market. Land lies between Levee & Tomato, Ark. W. M. Burns Ageiicy Phone 2W or 212 OJIice Grand Leader Building TOIl RENT Suburban Hom e & Acre age. Mast choice. Riuhl | tl uiytlic- ville. 515 1)cr month . house rent, payable nmnlhl y and $10 per acre tor land. . Good lease. Call Courier News. Fov Sale ,-; HARNESS. WAG ..TOQLS fO);'.f»ntllll(! 40 seres. tiltt, M. 0, qtuihran, Wilhllo '{ami on Fliif ute ro«d. i5nl k!8 MOOKBS AIB C«l »f5. Will sell for $15, '• , Tliomns Hl-ck-lf Jllllng stallon, 4 room IIOIIBO nnil 1 lols on 'highway is (or $1500 caeli, B room hoiiso with balh, good aec and outhouse at I3M W. Asli, $1600 cash. Plione 124. 27ck27 TOH SAM}—Hower I'ols ill icuson* able prices. oicpjug out No- ra'iibcr 1. 350 Division. Idp ki4 Wauled CASH paid for USED CLOTHING <k SHOES to 6hlp west. 11. LBiaitTON, 321 E, MAIN. WANTED—Bids for 4 Inch or U Inch well, about 600 feet, CHAPMAN A; DKWEY LUM11BR CO. Marked Tree, Ark. IDc klfl Personal Short People If you are under 5 feet C Inches, write me. P. O. Box 53, osccoln, Ark. FillingStations Southern' Service Stalion Stcelc, Mo. Phillips <il> Products ANTI-KNOCK OA8OL1NK . Tax I'aid M-t Hour Service Tula lie College Branch Ends Its Old Honor Plan N E W ORI.ftANS. (UP) — The "Honor System" for 50 years n part of the College of Arls and Sciences of 'fliJune University has ended. Action was luken by the collcBo'K faculty aflcr n thorough Uivesltjjn- llon of tlic "system." '•The heteroKciiouii nature of the slmlcnls in this college make tiie .system Impossible," IX-nn Kdward A, lirditcl s:i!;i. "Wiijiyof the slii- dcnls transfer here from oilier col- tours where the honor system Is unknown—therefore It is Impruc- Ucnlile." Stormy Wedding Ends in Divorce SEE ME FOR BARGAINS In the following real eslatc ofleriiiBs: Small acreage tracf.s practically 5-biirncr Westlnghousc ELECTRIC RANGE. Good cohdilion; 1 mctl- ium sire TRICYCLE. PHONE 045. 23c ktf BICYCLE, for small boy. Will sell cheap, in good condition. Marcus Evrard. Call 58G or 882. . 22c k25 LOST—Part of Khaki Tcnl enclosed in canvas has. Ten Dollar t$10) reward for same. Lost on Highway 01 near lilythovllle or Luxora. Call at Courier News. 10-pk-2-t One Dodge School Bus, scaling capacity 45 children, new paint, new upholstery, good condition in every way, Price reasonable. C. B. Wood Molor Company.-Lnxora, Art:. k24 Lost I'roinhtiT (,'arrlcs Own liens (JOSTON. (UP)—How Capl. Fernando Kagusln of the llnllmi Lino frclgliter Alberta has fre.sh eggs wlili his bacon every morning, even when miles at sea, was cx- philned here recently when Ilic Al- teita put In nl Hie Army nasc. Caplnln Ilitgusln keeps Ills own liens aboard. ABERDEEN, Wash. (UP) — A few broken bones and bruises were the toll when W. II. Hamilton, high climber with iv logging company, plunged 100 feet from a spar tree, landing on felled l below. Head Courier news want Ads. 'A atoriny courtalilp, In wlilcU slio charged aho was lilduaiieil. aud a atoriny married Ittc of si*' moutliu, culminated in dlvoreo' 1 , courl r wlion Alarjorlo'Oraivford, Hollywood ncire&B. ehown horu lu tearful mood on the staiio,'^ ;wnt) granted a decrco fiom, j Danny Dowllng, film dniicb di, loptor. Sho tcslincd tlinl he had' ;t!jrcutenca her llto Nuw I.ocalnrtiil'j.^'ltica^ Corner; ^'utimt a«d Second .ADDING MACHINE ! & TYPEWRITER •, SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, 1'roprlclor 411 makes ot rebuilt Tj ]icwrllrrM, Adding Machines and C'alcutiton Itepalrlnf—1'aflB—Ribbons Mums 71 1 HPMt A HUMCH GET BETTER ACSUWMTEO G_E'rriN(J ACQUAINTED! f'v Mnrtnt MOW. 1 W/Xt<SV TO DO MX.I ChM TO VOO HfWt- A WASH T"KBS Ortft >-> JUe A 6000 TIME ,>^'OUTDOOR. Vfft ,U\O\VJ'. ww.\v4',ti'A,vv l . \T'e eo - TWA TMt Of .». VM lAVb' OV4W ^ EASY TELLS HIM! . I ,/rt/t'/H I03J BY HCA StnVICC. IHC. T. M. rtEG. U. S. PAT". OFF \ SALESMAN SAM SEE HERE, fELLfl, WHEM K!#S EAT TOO MUCH CftMDY, THEY Gfr SICK. THEY CEflSE TO '" •EWJOV cww. THAT'S WHAT TO yo. A VOU HAD SO MANY LUXURIES YOU WERE SICK O' THEM. WE GAVF Vou HARDSHIP, COMTRAST, HUNGER, MISERY. WE MflDE YOU LOM6 FOR THE COMFORTS OP HOME. YOU HAWE 'EM A6AIN-YCKJ LOVE 'EM, WE MACE IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO APPRECIATE THE VSR/ LUXURIES YOU ONCE DESPISED. WHV, YOUCOMPV DCX3DLE BUG, FORK OVER THflfT#10.000 BEFORE '— I POKE YOU ONE. y ^ '/' \ p, 6.3V '•°rrL_ZJ& GOING TO EXTRKJIKS! Phono 252 Repairing Having made all kinds of shoes for ABNORMAL feet, can repair shoes to correct ABNORMAL feet' Ladies SHOE REPAIRING & DYEING done by experts. Rca- nnWe. E. E. Ratcllff, Across from Hubbard Hdw Co. We put D.-.NC1NG TAPS on shoes & also cto expert shoe repairing. PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP ' 103 S. Second Fatiory Author! le i FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE Factor}- Trained MfchaMM Day 67—Phone—Niglk* Jan E. H. GEE SALES CO. 407 Main SU Position Wanted Will d.) STENOGRAPHIC wofk at nl?ht. Reasonable rales. Call 306 • te. VEftM, GO OM, EX PLAINT THIS OUGHTS SESOOD! AN' WHILE VER AT (T, EXPLAIN WHY W HECK YER WEflRiM' HAT IN TH' STORE ' /r< Sf\Yl HWE VOO I GOWE (300FV? YOU RNOUJ DERM' BUT RfllN-LOAD SHIPMENT THIS ABOUT TWO O'CLOCK' ttJEU, UK'RS LOADED CKXUW WfTH IRONIN6 BOARDS - AMD, VET YOiJ TELC fi CUSTOMER. (05'RE OUT OF (VI), WAIT fi MINUTE AW LET ME ' EXPLAIN ( fW TM r FIRST PLACE, YA TOLD MH TA DO EV'RYrHIWG TO GET PEOPLE TO COME BfKkJ AND, (M TH'SECOWD PLACE' IT'S COURTESY WEEK, AN' I'M ttlEARlNG ' WAT SO'S ( CON 7(P IT TO CUSTOMERS' ' HMM...THATS STRAWGE.' I THOUGHT FRECKLES WAS OWE OF. MY BRIGHTEST PUPILS, BUT THIS TEST PAPER L CERTAIMLV DOESM'T |L INDICATE IT ! *w - "nt-v ±ii t SIDE-TRACKED! 10 FRECKLES, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE V/AS S1GNHD |M 1642, AND TWE BATTLE ipp BOLL RUM FOUGHT to 1849 " V/ELL,I'DOMT KNOV^ WHAT HE WAS THINKING ABOUT'v/HEH HE ANSWERED MY TEST QUESTIONS, BUT MIS MIND CERTAINLY , MUST HAVE BEEN HOppWG RIDES HE WRONG 'TRAIN OF THOUGHT.' OY KIKCIKI^' run in tlio wronj; ilirec- A » lion was a wstly galloji. It IiaKieucd '(iniiiv; 'J t. 'jcorgia-Tech-• CnlirorniaKcicl* ,il game of 1920. California's drive hail becii clicckeil on the 2.i- ya«l lino. .Onllw'flrs! ulay. Mi/el! of Terh funihlcd. Kiogcis, lirfinisivc c'entc;, gi'ablieil the'ball and turned around aiifl ran toward lijsowngi-it. It wasn't until !;,• V,is Alnmst over fifs own line that liinu.v Lorn. Hear halfback, downed him on tlw six-intli lino. I'alifornii lincil ap ami invprirfil ID J>iint. lam's kick was lilorkeil liy Jlarre. Tech right lacWc. l!arr fell mi Ilii' bull for a safely, the margin of vicinrv, for Tooh scored in Ihc third period and "misled the kick, ivhile Ci'.lifomia followed v/ith a t'.Hich(!ir,v:iai:d point jfter. '

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