The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1937 · Page 5
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ilONDAY, JANUARY (AM.)' CoUUffitt NHWS HIE THE WAHT-AD CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per lino for consecutive insertions: One ttme per lino lOc Two times per line per day .. 08c Three times per line per day .. 06c Bis limes per line per day .. 05o Month rate per lino OOc Sards of Thanks .,.. SOo & 75c Minimum charge 60c Ads ordered for three or elx (hues and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All classified Advertising copy 6-ubmitted ty persons residing out- tide ol the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one lime rale No responsibility will be lako: for more than one Inuorrcct insertion of any classified ad. Coal & Wood WE HAVE THE BEST Alabama, Illinois & Kentucky COAL At ihe Best Price Kindling Too GIVE US A TRIAL t Guarantee Honest Weights Shaver-Foster Gin Co. Phone 278 Chickasawba & R. R. Now Is the Time To Buy Used Cars - Trucks We Have some Unusually Good Buys in Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks which we Have re- ccnlly taken in Iraile 'for new: care...See These Values Today! 19:S5 i-'oitn v-8 i'iCK-ur .. §37= 1935 CniiVKOLET 1TOK.-U1' i>'3US '193-I 1)15 LUXE CiltEiiN ri'UUUR ; S1!I»S 1934 IJOnUG SEDAN ...... 5325 1S33 CHEVROLET COACH .. ?2C5 All the above units and a variety of others lc> select from carry our It. & G. money back Guarantee. Will be open until 10 11.111. this Saturday, January 1C, 1937, just for your convenience. Call for demonstration and plans without obligation. Phillips Motor Co. 5lh & Walnut rhoiies S10 anil 811 COAI, COAL COAL We have the Ucst prices on al kinds of good coal, prices, Phone us for HARRY BAILEY . N. W. TRANTHAM Dealer in BEECH CREEK COAL Other high grade Coal, Wood and Kindling S.' Broadway - - Phone 96 "MY COM, IS BLACK BUT I.TREAT YOU WHITE" I also Pay Best Prices for Hides & Metals JOHN BUCHANAN Phone 107 For Sale 'ollow the, Crowd and Compare our Used Car Bargains 1035 Ford V-8 Sedan 1935 Ford Do Luve Sedan 1935 Terraplanc sedan 1035 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe 1931 Dodge Coupe 1931 Ford V-8 Scdiiu 1U30 Chevrolet Coach, Extra Clean 1930 Ford A Sedan A-l Condition 1929 1'lymoutli Coupe 1929 - Chevrolet Coach BROADWAY SALES, Inc. Ill Broaflway 1930 Chevrolet "B" Standard 3-doo; sedan. Good condition. See Miss Hooper: at'Cblirlcr Mews. ••O-ck-23 REAL BARGAINS! V;' Ton'.International Pick-up Truck. ]125: Inch Whcclbase; " Ton International Pick Up Truck.- 113 inch Whcclbase '/. Ton Chevrolet Pick Up l',i Ton; Chevrolet, with Slake ; Bcfly 1" Ton Foid with Stake Uody 1929' Chevrolet Sedan All : arc* Ini good' mechanical con dltion with good tiles Delta Implements, Inc. For Sale DPI No. 11 :OTTON PLANTING SEED Blytheville Gin Co. DELTA Mules IMPLEMENTS, I NO. 2 sood work MULES. Reasonable, Mrs. Ida Akins, route 2, Box 164. 13-p-k-20 Salesmen Wanted WANTED: 4 SALESMEN Exprienco preferred—references Commission with drawing account See Mr. Barber Mgr. Used Car Ocpt. PMlllixs Molor Co. 5th & walnut RELIABLE DEALER wanted • to handle Hcbcrllne Products In east and south part of Mississippi county. Excellent opportunity (01 Ihe right. man, selling direct to farmers. Earnings $35 .weekly noi unusual. Write for free catalogue O. O. HcberliiiB Bloomington, in. Co., Dppt. C2 Wauled To Buy \Vo SSuy Old Gold PAT O'liRYANT, JUWEU5II IIICIIIUST I'ltlCKS 1'All) I'OU 1'0111,'1'KY HAPPY IIOUU "GROCERY 109 W, Main WE PAY GASH FOH 2ND HAND FUUN1TUUK Hnblianl 2nd Hand Store rhonu 1031 _ We Pay Highest Prices FOR SCRAP IRON. MUTALS, PECANS. HIDES & FURS AKIAN AUTO 1'AUTS 128 E. Main—Phone 170 Male Help Wanted COAL, WOOD, KINDLING Prompt Service -- Call 47 KIM'S COAL CO. PHONE 244 FOR THE BEST COAL | PROM ALABAMA 1 , ILLINOIS, & WEST KENTUCKY. STEADY WORK — GOOD PAY RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers, Make ilp to $12 n day. Write McNcss Co,;- Dcpt. K, Fi'eeport, Illinois. Wauled JOB IN OFFICE. Experienced in liplng Keeping books, general clerical work. References. Edira Ohaptnan. Call 229. ' 13-p-k-19 Help Wanted Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. Main Ill California Sought SAN FRANCISCO tUI')—Cftllfor- nlu has ileddeil that something must lie ftjn 0 ,,boiit Its twice nt- .cinpted -bum blockade," or at least ulxnit measures tlmt will ninlje it unncWNiiuy, us Its opponents no£ Insist u Is Illegal. 'I'lio State iicllef Commission has di'cldi'rt to cull a conference of V- governors of tlui western stales lo woi-|j cut n solution of the trnn- fclcnl problem. The commission Iins decided that tho situation Is critical bemuse of the large imm- !>fr of transients coming to Cull- fornia and the fnct that Micro Is no adc<niato means of ivllcf for them. The commission nlso believes Hide is nu over Increasing ien- dt'iicy of lianslenls to take Jobs of ll:e jrcsldonts anil thus lower (he standard of living In ihe state but actively clastic. The tliiss Is made of synthetic resinous substance, Is lluht, trans- )aroiit anil cannot ho iHsllnoulslicd from real glass, under pressure n jane of this glass will bulge lint rc- lurn to Us original form. One of the first practical npplicntlons of tho nciv clasllc glass luis been in :hc windows of Uic airship ntnden- biirg. 'Hit! new elastic sjlass, «'hicli will be (Icnionslnilecl nt the Lilp/lB Fair, may upset the old mlngi) about Ihorwlng stones. WE HAVE SHOCKED THE SERVICES OF A* KXl'ElllKKCKD RADIO MECHANIC who will guarantee to repaU your radio to first class condition. A Complete Line of Tubes and I'arls - - IScst Prices Hubbarrf Tire & Hat. Co. Phone 476 Shattcr-Prooj Glass Gets Elastic Quality WE nuy Melnls and Scrap Iron Dlylhevillc Iron &. Metr.l Co. Cherry & u. n. phono «E Bus. ''Opportunities Be Independent! Learn Beauty Culture Good Pny—Plcnsnnt Work New class opening—state stipcrvlscil REASONABLE TUITION Mrs. Win.. ISerrymtin Elnlne Beauty Shop . <UP)-A new ptasllo farm or 'ijlnss Ijas be-on <icvelope:i "hidi is not only shatter-proof Drs. Wert & 'Ol'TpMETHISTS Over Joe Issues' Store "WK >' MAKE . 'KM SIX" . Phono 640 FARMS FOR SALE CAN GIVE POSSESSION AT LATE AS , Price No. Acres Locution- Per Acre ill) licnr' 'Ynrbro $85.00 (>5 near Gideon $50.00 •10 near ULsco ¥60.00 83 in Dunklin Co. $<M.OO 20 -in Dunklin Co. ?U5.00 '10 in Dnnklin Co. if'IC.OO J2'l in Dunklin Co. $48.50 •10 in Dunklin Co. ?<10.00 80 in Dimldin Co. $08.75 Dtilnnco payable over 10 to 20 year perloi PEH. 1, 1«37 Down Pavmcnt §1500.00 ?1000.00 ?1000.00 ? 540.00 § 260.00 ? 360.00 ? 900.00 $ 240.00 $ 750.00 1 litivo n Krcul iiiiuiy olhtr farms tor s.ilc, In e.ist Missouri, duwn payment frinu 15 lo 25% nnJ 20 year |ierloil. J. \V. liADEU, IHylheUllc, Ark. balance ,our a ' , -. Open All Night HOA1) AND , WRECKER • SERVICE.;. Phone 638 Tom Little Chevrolet Co GAY & BILLINGS, Inc.. Coal - Feed - Kindling " : .'•"-.;': PHONE 76 Now Located nt 101 Norik .Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER. SERVICE BUREAU DON FDWAUDS, 1'roprictor . All makes of Kclnilll, Typcvrrllorj, Addlile Maelilnts *at '•'•'• Calculators—Itcimlrlns—Parls^-jilbbonj. ' . PLASTERING - STUCCO CONCRETE WORK BOB MALONE - - CAIJL. 350 Business Directory QUALITY SHOE SHOP Best shop to get your money's worth. No amateurs, expert shoemakers. . pnjy fine materials used. All soles sewed & guaranteed, lowest prices in town. Soles 50c up, rubber heels 25c UD. 3 Tree shines with half soles. Laces, dyeing, polishes. Phone 120, Free del. H. B. Campbell, myr. New Carload Shipment MOORE'S HEATERS, COOK STOVES, OIL & GAS BURNING STOVES, FUEL OIL IIEATBIZS SEE OUR NEW STOCK Liberal Trade-In Allowance for Old Stoves Hubbard Hdw. Co. Weekly Specials!! A DIFFERENT BARGAIN EVERY WEEK In Our East Window Watch For Changes! Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. J. W. Knonsc J. Wilson Ilcnr; Oil &. Cook Stoves Repaired Work Guaranteed - Low Prices W. A. Pnnkcy, 215 W. Davis or Phone 155, Wade Fnm. Co. L. I. RICE Bv' HamlW,C;| CALL E. P." PR.Y at Wonder City Coal Co. FOB ORIGINAL GENUINE Montevallo AND OTHER HIGH GRADE (XlAL - . PHONE 47? 1 II You Want Wood, We Have It! Ash & Oak Kentucky Lump Coal, $G.50 ton Economy Coal Co. 221 W. Cherry Phone 448 Personal FREE! STOMACH AOID, GAS PAINS, INDIGESTION relieved quick-. Get free, samole doctor'! prescription, Udga, at Klrby Bros Dni^ Co. AUTO LOANS NO KED TAPE Borrow money on your car to pay lor your licenses and other bills. Car need not be paid for. Bee U. W. MULLINS Sudbury Bldg. Phone 495 For Rent WARM BEDROOM. Mrs. McMiillin, 622 W. Main. Cold Weather Is Here! Protect Your House With Nu-Metal Weather Stripping Call Us For Estimates Photic 40 Two or Three Furnished Rooms, reasonable. 014 Hearn street. 18p k2-18 2 or 3 room FURNISHED apartment, private bath. Reasonable Call 3G1W. IG-c-k-U Nicely furnished 5TEAMHEATED BEDROOM, bath. Call 560. 2-ck-2-2 ij . ^ Mice comlortablc bPdroom, close in. Mrs. Nolcn. 310 W. Walnut. Ponlliy & Eggs Modern 4 Room FURNISHED Apartment. Phone 280. lic-ktf Fresh Eggs 35c DOZ. only at Abbott-Johnson farm POULTRY WANTED ! Modern FURNISHED APARTMENT 108 W. Kentucky. Phono 683, FOR RENT near new factory site, combination store and residence] 1916 West Main. Lcndcimle Fowler. 9-ck-tf >r | Four Room Games at Gaines G'rocery't Mar* menL Ph ° nC 3 "' ^ M ket, llB w. Main. BABY CHICKS ALL, VARIETIES Cnslom Hatching MARILYN HATCHERY H\vy. 01 North, Blytheville Modern 3 room FURNISHED apt., garage. Mrs. Henley. Call 335w! :H-c-k-U Real Estate I GOOD LOCATION for drug store or other business in down town section. Reasonable rent. Call 736. 5c ktf FOR SALE 5 Room House, bath, large lot. Across nom high ana grade schools. Cheapest tnxes In town Could be made Into npartraeht. Cheap for cash. 809 Chlckasawba. dh tf Batteries FOR BETTER Battery Service CAU, .1. n. CLUNE Jackson Service Station—Phone 8 WANT TO BUY CORN CRAWFORD & COPPEDGE GIN CO. Highway 18 - Phone 331 w 11 h or. college Mississippi teaching experience training for work In Wedding Anniversary nilghleil SAIJM.. Mass. (UP)—Mrs. Eleanor J. slica of Lawrence, began divorce -proceedings acainsl her estranged.: husband, William P., on their 13Ui. jvcdding 'anniversary. She cliartjcd'* hon-supiiort. Will'sell for'half county. Sales experience not ncces- Sce Mr. Tctcr, 305 Douyan, Blythc- 9 A.M., to 5 P.M. week 12-pk-18 WUU OVKKLOOKS OOMT-THIMK7HERELL BE SI(3,YER VAW BATTLE 5EEIN AS HIGHNESS -WEfTiX' HOW IVE ALBEADX BUT, JUST TBE- OW TH' SAPE SIDEjAVE'LL HOLD TH' MAW BODY OP TGOCPS HEEE AN', SEND OUT SMALL DETATCHMEMTS TkMQCK OVER TH-OUTPOSTS- CAW T SEE WHY 15 SO DAD GUMMED FUSSY NOW, YOU Gir BACK TO 7H' MAIN BODY AM' 1ELL TH' .WEVE CLEAUED \ CHIEF OUT ALL OF W X WAY IS CLEAR . OUT WOW HE'S ANY- OKIE WITH ANY SEMSE'D KNOW THIS-WUR GUY WON'T TRY TO.] JUMP US ALL MARCHED RIGHT ON IWTOMOQ, THEy'D'-SEE'US 7IME lD Of A '• DEFSE... KIMG GUZ. UkJCER MY THUMB •THERE'MIGHT BE A 6rr;OF A SKIRMISH, ^THOUGH GETTIKT PRETTY CLOSF 7 MOO - WHATS 6ONMA BE ouc PLAW OF 1 BATTLE? i M dec i..t FA: orr. BOOTS AND;HBI ^K>O \-~\WK\W "LO OF 'J£ TOWW 1 VJ/Vb WASH TUBBS HA, BOW:WOW! SO VOU THOU6HT I'P &t BEGSIN6 FOR MONEV, EHl TAKE A-: LOd< At -.THAT BANKROLL! BETTING ON EASY, THAT'S WHERE! I'VE CLEANEP UP IM TWO WEEKS, CONSECUTIVE KNOCKOUTS! NOBODY CAN WHIP KIM 1 . THE BOV'S HUMPH 1 . HE'S A. TRAMP! NEVER BEEN IN A REAL Fl6HT. WHY, IF I COL1L.P \l YAS, YAS/I FlWO SOMEBODY [SUPPOSE. WHY WHO COULDKEALLV/COU'TVOL) LOOK AROUMD, we COULD MWkldiE A LITTLE WACER./- JUST LOOK 1 , f GEE, MR.V/ICKLey..,..TriAWk BUT THAT'S A FWWY v/AY I:D;DMT.KMOW YOU WERE THE. Boy WHO'S RIVAL!;l;DtWT KWOW WAS r I ADMIPE GETTIMC5 A Jcs,AWDv;t:'LL KEEP MATTERS V OUT OF THIS .'.' GOSH, BUT MOST BOTHERS WOULD TRY ~jt> MAKE rr TOUGH FOR THEIR SON'S RIVALS...'.SopTT CF OUT OF REVENGE.' TOR YOU 70 ACT, KMOWISJG THAT YtJUP.'SOW LIKES THE SAME GIRL I DO? REVEWGE 13 A DAHGEROWTHE: JOB /.kID OM TOP OF TWT. I'LL EVEM SEE THAT YOU rr KICKS HARDER .THAM

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