The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1938 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 25, 1938
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TUESDAY; JANUARY 2G, 1938 BJATHEVILLE (ARK.) COUR1EB 1 PAGE FIVB For Rent CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dully rate per lino tor consecutive Insertions: Due time per line lOo l>o times per line per day ...08c rhree times per Itiic per day ..0«c 3 room furnished nimrlmenl. Cou For Sale Nicely furnished room entering in- Furniture. Living, [lining, bedroom, to bath. Innersvmns mattress,] 2 twin beds, lamvis, 2 ranrbie tti- Will give 3 meals a day. Call 838,'bles. rhonc 602. "2-pk-M 818 Chickasawba. 25-da-dn. ——=-— 15 tons tarn cured alfalfa hay. H. D room house at 203 Lake. Mrs. J. E. MeFall, phone 209. 24-ck-lt )ix times per line per day ....05c Konth rate pur line 60o Cards of Thanks 50c &'75c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for Ihrce or six /limes and stopped before expira- tiim will be charged for the iium- • tar of times the add appeared and iljustmcnt of bill macie. All Classllied Advertising copy by v persons residing out- liric of the city must bo accompanied by cask nates may be tasily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for irregular tscrtlous lakes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken or more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. Business Directory pic only. Mrs. Ooshn Mick, 110 W. Ash. 24-pk-2Y Furnished bedroom. 622 W. Main. Mrs. McMullIns. 22-ck-;( Comfortable bedroom in private hoine. 115 East Kentucky, '22-ck-tf Two furnished rooms In my horn. 1 . Call 814-J. Mrs. Ted Green. 23-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment. 103 103 W. Kentucky. Phone GS3. 13-ck-t: Modern 3 room furnished apnu- awnt. 120 Dtigan Ave. Mrs. Belle Wood. Phone 785-J after 0 p.m. 17-ck-if SAVE MONEY ON COAL at coal Del. in ynrjl IVvillc * Furnished Apartment, 209 West Big I,ump 2x10 :»\8 Nut Stoker Mine run Blue Ribbon bis ton ton ton Sou tun tuu lump 5.25 5.Z5 5.20 4.80 4.15 4.15 J.OO Blue Kibhon 3x6 Black ton 3.01) fi.'W 5.15 5.V5 8.W 7.5U 3.V5 CURVE IN CAFE On Highway Cl at Holland I'lioiics S F-l and S78 Ainioiincement VJ« Glvo EAGLE STAMPS f ICKARDS GROCERY 1044 ChicfcaawSa 1'hone 673 Shoe Repairing Everything for your shoes. Free Delivery. Phone 120. Quality Shoe Shop Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk, Phone 405- W. 19-ck-tf Newly decorated 3 room furnished apartment. 313 No. phone 193. Second, n-ek-tf 3 room turn. apt. will] balli. Newly decorated. Call 294, 1117 W. Ash. 8-ck-2-8 2 or 3 room turn. apis. One 2 room apt. upstairs. D14 Hearn, 12-pk-2-12 C. Kimppeuberger. 20-pk-27. WesllDghoiute. Blcctrlc priced low. Phone 029-J, Good tractor am! it's equipment. cheap. Write liox "H", Courier News. ' lO-pk-20 For Sale—Nice C room slncco rc-ii- Personal Urlvlug to IAS Anceles. Want :i passengers. A. 11. Klmore, 132 10. Cherry. M'k-21 GlIiLS: .IntToiiiiU your inconiu by learniiif! n profession that will al'ord constnnt employment.. En roll now In (he Beauty culture classes sdu'tlng Jim. 3rd at tho Eagle. - SclioHl of Hennly CiiHuri! Cooper Bidg. Walnut Si Second Sis., Ulylhcvillc, Ark. tiUitc proved .school iiicctlni! all for Arkiinsas nnd Missouri (lencc localwl 512 North llrsl. ——• Bar B aln, small down imymelit. Ca',: Kirby's Active L'lVCr Pills QUALITY SHOE SHOP IMPROVED SUBURBAN ACKEAQK 5 1-4 ncrcs, 5 room house, barn, on gravel rond, right. In cdfie ot Blythcvillc. Offered for few days at a ijrcnl bargain. I'ei-ry Alwlraet & Ilr.-iliy C'n. 'l3-ck-lt Cii'oeery store, cheap. Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1611 \V. nose, ll-ck-2-U Complete 10 volume set of Standard Reference Books ivllh loose leaf binder. Call 230 or 792, 15-fa-fa MULES FOR SALE DELTA IMPLEMENT CO. Arouse Sluggish Livers Kfllevfs l)lllou*Di tt, cojial]|»nli"n »nd hcAiUflicj. ArlWo Mvor 1'illR (til at Ibr renl eaueo or your hluggf«tin*9i antj Ql&ke j'ou tvt-l like a nu* p^rAan., llld *t\lre l.lvor I'illi. Daiiulrtt, ((»()», Inkl BI »ll Klrby firu? 8(i)ron, Glass S A V K The Top Of Your Furniture Will) f.lass AH designs cut & finished. C'LL US lilythcvllln Vaillt & XValliiaiirr Co. Phono 8W tyslrm of llshls tlwt would show fiuiry coic.'s when Die oar goes I(K> fast. Others would plncc a dcvK'c on Hie car whi-.'li would raise H lo rhif, n bell, blow n whistle or i;d a siren when it oxceodcd "II is unfortunate," Uhyno wove; I • Ulind 21-year-old OeorBO Unmon; is biilklfng lib o»'n house. Hmjiloys four n\eu In his clBin Is 11 skilled nieclninie. Omv raved a ylrl from drown- n. 1 :. Eupiiorlti hlmwll iind his mother c-K'ly on his cumlngs. Damon WHS blinded nt. <! by BH for icscuhiir (lie n»e mone? w ° f.;>lil. ] mul i Is i n n he received •" «'«8 I In hli; and mur- business In- (|ci> s n)| ixx>k- i; menlnlly, nnd h) B 'tei'lam iiH'iisiirc"( luive tlieii ellei-lirt'iii'ja," lie .s» I hew Inrluile the linlldliin ot mnx- Inuim safely ro:nlr,; enar.tmvnl ol nnd |K\le.stilau[i In Hie |)riiu'iiiles''.''.'.'i?. 6 .,, h s , m .™ 1 . t 'J' or safety; and nvntnlcimnce of the I"^ "1.'? * °" lmt . , , , iiulin-i,,i,ii^.i ...,felv fe.-iUires In i-no-1 i ' eniertfllns lilm- '' ' '-'I'"X I'lK.vhill the piano or fiiillnr. Justice Bars Knitting ! By Women on Juries ALBANY, N. V. (UP)-Women tors will not knit Jti Ills cowl. Supremo Court Justlco Francis Hcrgun luis announced, "H would bo distracting to other Jurors, (ho witnesses and lo the Jurtge," Ii 0 explained. HB added llmt "women Imvc OK good Judgment us men and sometimes bettor, mnl therefore should not fear approaching the Job of Jury (service, which lias I>cen u siinclmiry for men for centuries." The. (lino Ims conic, Justice ilcr- Kim said, for n mandatory woman f Juror law. However, lie siiiSKcMccl Dint Ihc law exempt •'women whoso housekeeping mul chlld-renrliiR du- Uea mnkc It Impossible for Ilium lo devote Ihc 'liccesfiiiry time, lo Jury service.", • .'•.'>•'• ELECTRIC * ACBTVLIENR dem-. will ronu- cfl'ost:; In Iliesc <l Uirc.-:r.h lti(iu-;i(e vl lUTl- rousli iulenslve Uuimmla has more •cllons mul not i nny other cuunlry In 'ii'ie \vovlri- tmt iwelew —1300,000. Repairing Furnished comfortable bedroom. 51S Walnut, Phone 351. 10-ck-U Modern furnished room, heated vith SJKS. Private bathroom and Garage. Phone 410. O-ck-2-6 One comfortnbln bedroom. Call Mrs. S. 3. SternbcrB, 981. 120? Holly. - 28-ck-28 2 comfortable bedrooms, private bath. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 704-W or Ifil. 7-ck-tf. Warn eel Batteries IonFckecpiuG job for eldcrlv man Silrcston, Mo. Florence Harden 24-pk-S 3ATTBKY SERVICE J. Ben Clune Vhone.8 at Tom Jacfawn'n Radio Service Our classes in Beauty Culture nri in full .sw'iitf, \^isjt our shoo and kt us nu-et you and show you our school. We will be Klad U rive .full details. EaRlc School o "BcaVily "Culture.-: Cooper Bldg.. 2m & iWMnut) Biytheville, Ark. Phoni .• . ' j KX-PEUf RADIO SERVICE Complete Line Of Lost PARC'S, TUBES, B'TEKIES - jTiro ;ind wheel for clicvrolct 1'i Hardinviiy Appliiincc Co. truck. Reward. W. A. Whistle, HCXRV WKRN'HR Roseland. 24-pk-27 WALLPAPER cw 1938, patterns-. Close prices. ARK-MO LUMBER CO. Phone 40 Found Leather folder with 2 keys. Owner can have tame by payinrj cost of this nd. The American live-cent piece contains uiora copper ihan the American penny. Oun repairs. Ounratilectt work. M. Damon. S15 E. Main. Rolling Road Suggested As Speeder Check BATE3V1LLE, Ark. (UP) _ A "rolllnsr road" which would provide u smooth path for a car traveling al n moderate sp;c;l, .but which would prove rough noli);; for one. !;oinf! fast, Li the latest .•iiiggc.'illoii by spced-ecnlrol enthusiasts. .lames R. Rhyne, of the Arkansas hihway department and president) rf the Arkansas Automohilr :u;s-o- Dial ion. said "This iu roughly the 550th idoa lliat has been adviuu'Cd !ov arblLvarily rcihielnj cur MHieds." "There have been idea:; for a | Augustan Relics Shown At College Exhibition NliW YORK iill'i — 'cnlacomb lumps, a Mirplienl'K pipe, nnrt u 111 a. 2nd liny r.nld Itonian lump were anionu - tlie aiticles on dLsplny ill the ex- hiLiilrtin TOlnniHiKirultui! the SIT- fli'i! iiilllcniiliini of t!i« birth ol the Kinpi'ror AuguMiUi hrld at llunler Colletif. Marble from |ho llomuu ruins of tin- Augustan period nivj pieces of liriiiini pollcry, found on nrclie- olocinil reseiirrh Ivlps Ihrousli Syiln mul I'lMevtlnc nnd pieces ol ROIILIII !:cul]ituru were .some of Hie outstaiulhiK art pieces. Included in (lie exhibition were relics uf Kalian life in Roman times. Necklaces, sumilis anil miiinaiie.'; from l,u';or. Cairo, und EB.vpilaii dL'ldc.s formed the major pail uf Ihls I'olleclion. Blind Youth Independent With Own Clam Firm Mass. VKKK INSTIIL'CTIONS In Olylcs Knitting "UUKNAT" KNm'INO VAKNS Mra Jjcslio Hooper HOfl Chlcknsnwljn Phono 703 The streets of London provide Ihouiuuidc of CUKCS of duplication of nnmcs. Tlicre nrc 88 churcli slrccls, 74 Victorias; C2 parks, 01 Queen or Qucoiis', and 3« King or Kings', . • WELDING AT BKST' PIUCES PKOMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co, I'HONB 19 USED TRUCKS & CARS Al,l, TitllCKS (JUAKAN- TfClCJ) TO I'ASH 8TATK INSI'HCTION Phone 802 Delta implements, Inc. J. C. EVANS Box 004 niyllievlllo, Ark. [((strict .M»n»m'r IIAMll/1'ON 'IKUST I'UNH •' Sponsored By , lluuilllon UcjiosUura Corp. WANTED COHN SOYBEANS Maiden Grain Co. . W. O. Reeves, Aecnt, . Ko. It.R. St. Ulylhcvillc, Ark. I'liono 555 WWLKR~])RUG CO YOUR I'KKSCKll'TION DHDflGIST Main ,V Isl 1'lionu Jll FARM POWER UNITS l.ijjht 1'liiiit no VOH _ ;iooo w«tt I'OWIJK KIP SAW Kecond Hiind Safes BARKSDALE MFG. CO. 200 No. Second St. FARM LOANS' 1500 ind Vf Arkansas and Missouri Ixroeu rates—lowest cxpean Also city prupertlts . DON H. KASSERMAN 'Hiom.Ui lj\nd Co. OITlco . . I'. O. Box 470, Phone 527. at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON F.mVAKDS, ProprlcUt l makes otJtcbullt Typcwrltirs, Adding Mschlmi mn( C»lnilalor.i—HcjialrlnB—l'ari»— Klhbons ri».n« M COBB FUNERAL HOME Slain & 5(h i'lionc • Room and Board Small Ian leather pocket purse, containing atom S22 In green • backs. Liberal reward for rclurn to Courier. 24-ck-27 Steam heated room with 803 W. Ash. Phone 151. hoard ] One pair natural gloves. Re.ward ll-ck-2-lll Courier. color doc s for return lo 24-OOiM Musical Genius HORIZONTAL 1, 819lh century musical composer. 13 Tiny skin opening. e MTo help. J6 Opera melody. 17 To abound. IS Heron. 20 Narrative poem. 22 Half an cm. 23 Colo-ed gem. 25 Timber tree. ..27 Negative. 28 Banal. 29 English lilies. 31 To hasten. 33 Barrier. 3-J Imitated. 36 To bow 37 Genus of Ircsh-\vatcr dticks. 39 God of sky. 40 Within. 41 Exists. 42 Tfou and 1. 44 South Carolina. Answer to Previous Puzzle from pressed Rrapcs. 48 Custom. 50 Fe-minine treble voice. 52 To devour. 53 Merchants. 57 Neither. 58 Sheltered place. 60 Assumed name, fil Wand. 62 He was a native • the . composers ol last century. VERTICAL 15 Degrades. 17 He struggled to acquire fine on the piano. 18 To sup. 19 Hair ornament 21 He was well- liked as an orchestra . 243.1416. 26 Rail road. 28.To scatter. 30 Mineral spring 32 Electrified particle. 33 A hire. 35 Being. 38 Exchanges. 43 To sin. 45 Rhythm. 46 Telegraphic code. 47 Indian boat. 2 To unclose. 3 Garden tool. 4"Contof mail. 5 Compass point 49 Auction. 6 Bird of prey. 50 Guniock catch. 51 Bows. 54 Hastened. 55 Morindin dye. 56 To excavate. 7 Title of courtesy. 8 Sun god. 10Small area. 11 Side bone. 4S Refuse matter 63 He was one of 12 Principal, 59 Type standard 61 Highl. youSIRLS-OFUS MADE.IT J'CEFTEENV HOME. All MOW, WOW, EENY-liE QUIET! VOURE ALL KI6HT? YOU'RE XMOO? AMOW6 FRIENDS! ' MOO.. HACK TO NOKnlAl, WHAPWA MEAW, 'FRIENDS' ?] LIVE NEVEK. SEEM ANV OF 'A . ^ VAPS BEFORE! I.... WHO.-. 1 .. ..-THAT FACE..-:s^V; AIN'T] SEEM VOL) SOME. WHEKE?? I' Hitmlin REMEMBER 1 .! fOU'RE TH' DINOSAUR-RIPIN THAT SOT TOUGU WITH BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I'ERSISTKNT YOUNC,' MAN 'RECKI.ES AND HIS l"KJHNDS By Martin Cft\.\_ We. VJEU, WHY Nor? 1 m HOT SO BM> LOOSING, MAI ? . I'M WILLING TO S\cetF!CE W CAP-EEC FOB. you. TAKK YOUR (.'HOICK, KASY » Bv lllossc'r \VASH_TIJF5BS £ /W.E.YOLI SURE i ^ 15 D-J ORDER AMD-THAT THST V PAPERS ARE READY TO v BE.SERVED ? BEEN SMART. 1 VESTED \ fvND WHKT W^'JX <3L?*&* ANLUOM .BUOtS JlF. MY ANSWER H^^l^! DOM'T ee SUA.Y,, SWEETHEART. YOU AREN'T THAT B16 A FOOL. MARRY WiE AMD YOU'LL LIVE LIKE A WK6 — REFUSE,AMD • YOU AND YOUR FIZIENOS WILL STARVE TO DEATH IM A C^STERM, ~* DIDW'T LEAVE A SINGLE &TOME Li'JTURMEP .' STA(iK KKTTKHS 7O!XOPP.OV/'S TrE DAY THE>J,;L-H T .-* T. c/.w f-TARDLY WAIT ! I v/AMT To SEE >IAT KID'S PACE WHEW I GIV-; WIM BOTH BARRELS.' Ky .Crane n -KT BUT MlfJD YOU, I //AWT TO BE SURE THEPE ARE WO LEGAL LOOPHOLES FOR THEM TO SQUIRM 1HEU.' THEkl AT EXACTLY OWE ^WljTE 'AFTEC2 MtDWIGHT TONIcSMT, TVE COOKS DOORBELL is GOIWG TO RIWQ WILL BE 1HE WOuF AT THEIR DOOR .'.' AMD TOMORRCA'/S

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