The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1934 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, NQVEMB13U. 2, 1&34 BLYTHEV1LUB. (ARK.) COtJRlRft NSW8 CLASSIFIED SECTION ;- oDfrptoni of tm^^W^ >("l"frTTVv»-C'Y ' |-fc • •-'«.- : . _ ' ~ -•'---—• •-•"••' ——^—* ._.'.'' " ^J— •- ' '•'*"—" ~l~' T. . ,71 iT,-. V.'.l.l.'i ,.-.; .',.,, ,^': lri ff l T"»" •••--•."•• ... . . _. •• -•,,,, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING' INFORMATION Daily rate Kr Una for coiiiecu- five Insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per line lOe Two times per line per day .. 08o Three times per line per day .. Ofic Six times per line per day .. 05o Month rate per line 60o Minimum charge 60o Ads ordered lor three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adustment ot Dill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of che city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table No responsibility will be taken . for more than one incorrect Insertion of any classified aa. Advertising oracrcd for irregular Insertions take the one time rate. Business Directory Did You Know That We i Sell Avery, Moline and True Blue tarm implements, electric washing machines, bicycles, honing boards, Buns, radios, feed and seeds of all kinds, cartridges, cooking and. heating stoves, those new Nesco' oil stoves everybody likes, nil kinds of paint, coal scuttles, pumps, (he largest stock of harness in town mid many oilier things you need! CHEAPEST PRICES Automotive HAVE YOUR" TiAVrEKY RECHARGED UETORK COM3 WEATHER J. Ben Clunc BATTERY SEavlCK At Tom \v. Jackson's Station Asa & and Plioue B—Residence 2T7-W All kinds paint nnd body work done, Cheapest prices. JOHN HBARN Barnelt AUO Sales Co. Why Buy Coal From Us? We will give H cush discount ol 25 cents i,u (ho i|m c the order Is placed) for each of your first-two ions ol COAL purchased from us if you will tell tis the rcstou you bought It from this firm. —Bonn. 1 Hcasons Why You Should Trade With U»— •30 years 111 business. a—Prompt service. 2—Quality of coul handled, 4—Courteous IrenlnieiU. C—Yon eel nil you pay for, •QUALITY onoup" is Distributed by GAY & BILLINGS Phono .76 ; , , EASY TERMS WE SELL CHEAPER OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE MECHANICS' SUITI.IKS REPLACEMENT PARTS, TIRES, TUBES & ACCESSORIES Free Service Hubbard Hardware Co. Automotive Dept. I')<&ne 416 PHILLIPS' USED CARS'" FOKU 4-oooK SE'UAN 5105 SEE OUR DISPLAY OP Arkansas Pottery Lowest prices—Lovely gifls Parkb.urst's 1933 FORD DE LUXE COUI'E 5475 - "TRUE VALUE" RADIOS 1933 CHEVROLET MASTEtt COUPE $445 1S32 1'LVMOUTir COACH .. $295 1933 FORD T1JDOR 5445 TRUCKS ard TRAILERS KIN OH AM TRAILER, Tires I.Ike New $225 1930 G. M. C. TRUCK. Large Body 5169 1929 CHEVROLET TRUCK .. ? 98 1932 CHEVROLET O. W. C. V. .. TRUCK. ?315 1930 FORD C. C. P. U. TRUCK ................ $165 WE PAY CASH FOR GOOD USED CARS PHILLIPS' USED GAR LOT Corner Walnut & 1st Streets' Phone 813 :< J T. M. 1933 CHEVROLET SEDAN J3M CHEVROLET COUPE Largest Stock of Used Cars to Select From $485 $445 $445 $425 $445 $285 $450 $395 $295 $395 Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. }833 FORD TUBOK W33 FOR!) COUPE 193S DODGE COUPK 193^ AUBURN COACH 193« CHEVROLET PICK-UP 1933 CI1EVROLKT IK • TOSf TRUCK ... 1D32 CHKVROLET 1(4 TON TRUCK ... ( 1933 DODGE V,'TON TRUCK ... Open il Plioiie 633 Shoe Kopairiiig May We Dyu Your Shots? SEE OUR SAMPLES E. E. Ratcliff Across from Hubbarcl Hchv. Co. Try our 3000 mile SOLES—proof ol Hie pudding is the eating. When you get a good thing remember where you got, it. PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP '103 South 2nd St. W. J.KNOX Haying made all kinds of shoes lor ABNORMAL lect. can repair shoes to correct'ABNORMAL feel: Wauled A WHITE HOUSE KEEPER in motherless home. p. O. Bos 655. BlythcvRlc. 2 Q-pk-5 WANTED-Blds for 4 Infill or 6 Jich well, about 600 feet. CHAPMAN & DEWEY LUMBER co. Markea. Twe, Ark. I0c kl'J See Us Uefore" You Biiy~ PAUL BYRUM Opposite Old Poslofflcc Phone 252 Battery & Electric Sets Best Value for the Price Oberst Store Co. Solicitor lo sell genuine Brlllhint :ind Nelson Creek Coal. Apply Ash mid Railroad, Phone 139. 2c kU Factory Authorized FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE Factory Trained Mechanics Day 67—Phone—Night a 82 :i 407 Main St. E. B. GEE SALES CO. FARMERS! Have your TAX FREE COTTON made into excellent mattresses. SPECIAL PRICES UPHOLSTEKEKS J. W. Jenkins & Son 116 S. Railroad Chitwood & Weidman ELECTRICAL WIRING Sheet Metal Work > 'Metal Flues SPECIAL PRICES Between P. O. & Crevrolet Bldg. Phone 2S6 AUTO GLASS ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONS 40 PERMANENTS None BefUr - - Special Trices Barrett's Beauty Shop 605 N. 5tli •• - Telephone 580 Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Fbwe 26 Cotton I AM PAYING BEST PRICES FOR PLOW UP OPTIONS J. E. HASSON Grand Leader Bldg.—Phone 429 Real Estate FOR KALE Two snuill nil purpose 1'AIIMH, clear of dcbl—to Iratle for city residences, 'Give and expect bargains. J. Sj. McKAMEY, IMUODEN Ark. near concrclo highway, mile ot Manila. f E. M. Terry I-'OK SALE 2 splendid HOMES, din uiovu li> (lie'tiny yu» oign Ihc conlraci. Sidesmen "Wanted 102 E. Kentucky, Corner First. Bcaiillfiil home with Imrtlwood llo*rs. 3 bedrooms. Shady Lot, Price reduced from §3,500 lo $2,000. ?2SO C'asli - $22.50 Monthly 210 Missouri, Coiner Franklin. 0 room stucco willi 3 bedrooms. ?200 Cisli - S1G Monthly Let us show you lliesc pluces. Thomas Land Co. Sole Agents, Salesman with cur. Sales experience desirable. $100 weekly. in S. Broadway—P. O. Box 148 Personality Essential aoou LAND AT LOW 'PRICES 100 ncrc-s nil in ' wood, between .levee and .river,, luxes nln\ost, nblhliig, ciin sell lor cash, 6r Diirl cash iind terms lor Vj&limco, price from $12.00 to $15.00 |icr acre, will sell 20 ncres or more lo one linrty, Wood nnd timber on land chough lo pay for If placed oil market. Lniul lies bclwcen Lcvco & T6- mnlo, Ark. W. M. Bums Agency I'hone 243 or 213 , onicc Grand Lender Uulldlng Farms tor Sale! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON, Caruinersvllle, Mb. SEE MIS ['Oil BAKOAINS 111 the following real estate offerings: Pnaitinn W/'intorl &mn " uclra sc tracts practically i OS1UO11 .Walltea In Blythevillc, but outside ctty : ; limits; Will do STENOGRAPHIC \rork at night. Reasonable rates. Call 306 or 792. acre I'C! acres land, CHOICE OZARK FARMS ON GOOD TERMS. J. 6. CHAPIN MANILA, ARK. 29i> K5 For Kent Three room furnished nrmrlincnt 209 West Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk. 2-c-k-10 FURNISHED DOUCAN. APARTMENT, 30: 2-lt Five room house, ftiriilsiicd or mi furnished. About December 1st L. E. Tun, 1302 Hcarn Slrcct. 2pk« Two rooms furnished lor " light , housekeeping, 207 Hi Fifth Phono m-\V. 31-p-k-! HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES "'. FOR OCO TlMtS SAKE, . , y pr. and, jill improred, E. A. Fisher, 101 E. Davis. 24-ttk-29 MWjT, ,nli<NJS!!lKD APART- ilMON APARTMENT, tttmtslivrf or unfurnished, I'liiwe 1(14, aockir I''UltNI81IEix APAllTMENT. 108 W. Kentucky.' ['hone 083. 'flu kll Filling Stations Southern Service Station Stcelc, Mo'. rhllllj« «a Products ANTI-KNOCK OASOL1NB 11° 24 Horn 1 servlco TAX 1'AII) PECANS of nil varieties. Will' pay brat prices. \v. 11. DVCSS; DOS , 133, Luxp'ni, AYic, 2-p-lf Coal &.Wood WINTER IS HBKE1 your hltiK now wllli t|ic Kn- mouj Miriw R«rt Ahh Coal— hljh lii heal, v low In a»h; or Mu t;ir*it HUnois Cos), lic tnin H'fslem Keriluiky. PiEED-SSED . We solicit your pntrdniigo on '.—• basis ot nlgH q\\»Uly products, low cash prices, prompt service unti honest dealing. You get wiial you pay for here Farmers Cash Feed : & Seed Co. J. W. Parkcf, |ft-op. ! I'hohe 127 BEST COAL FOR MONEY "Acme Alabama" "Black Koyal Kentucky" N, W. f rahtliani Coal Co. My Co»| h Black but I treat yp« ' , FiU nil tow. JOHN liUcllANAN - THONU 1(17 Parks Bros. Coal Ca ' PllONK Oil TOR "HJ-I.O Alnbuma" "liliick Koyal Kentucky" OLEAN COAL - LOW PRICED Mnrclin-Ban'on Coal Co.; Yards Hi Steinberg Ciln | Pl)ono ll(i I1O11 GlfAUE KENTUOIty COAL, 111 Sizes; ALABAMA RW ASIt V* _ QUICK FIRE ALABAMA. | -'•'•' I WOOD, KINDLING, CORN, HAY 'If you are down In tlic mouth, llilnk of Jonah; ho ciunc out FOR SALE-Iiough lumber: Chean. ' Blytlievlllo Canning Co 30C|kO > Three-Horned Steer Exhibited at Zbtj HKKSHIiY, pa. (Up)'-—A llirce- Iiorncd slccr l!> one of the oxhibil, at Urn Hcrshcy Zoological Garden. The animal \va.s- presented lo the garden by Waltmer M. Duntap, of the union Stock Yaidb, ol Lau-• custer, pa. • , i' Wni-d wnlkcr, director of the Hop, said lie "would break the limvrll- Icn Inn-' of /ooloslcjl garden? iignlnst exhibiting frcaklsli animals" nnd keep liie yearling slccr. The oxlru iiorn. on the rlghj side of Iho, ilcor's hcnd, doc's not . Hired nis life or growth in any way, Walker Mid. ee UH Abo'.it Your Coul \ Blytlievillc Gin Co. i PHONE IXH i "Hiidmiit Alubunui" "Proiniiit!) Kentucky" CALL 2H Resiaui'aiits Thii united Stales malnliiihs' »•. emliasslc.s and .legations nnd 'J43 In foreign countries. Best Oyslsrs. « Rtver Cat 1'lsli (-.'hltkcn Dinners Every Day Jimmie O'Brien i 105 S. Second l ? of Sale MULEH, HARNEbS, WAGONS & TOOLS for tnim!iiK,.v)<) .'acre. 1 !. *32». M, c. Cail(,'hi ; iii),i VVJIhlic fiiriii on I'lat Lake rond,' 15p TKACTOll Trnclor FUEL for sale »t plant or 1 delivered. NO 'I'AX. I1ARNSDALL OIL CO. 1)0)1 Road ... - Phone '103 G. M. Wilson, Agent. EAT THIS IS TIIK PLACE XVIIIiKh YOU CAN Gl.r /INVT1H.\« VOC 'WANT. JU'i'lfuot Ojslcia Griulc ..T- 1 hi ne Fried Chicken Itoiisls of All Kinds Cold I'lnlc ClIAN'C.l. Ol nit.N'll DAILl GliOHCil! WlilGIIT, C1IEK HARRY Stale Line Service Station FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOR SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. BUYING IN CAR LOAD LOTS MAKES CHEAPER PRICES FOR THE CUSTOMERS. J. F. LIVINGSTON SEEDS, FEEDS, GROCERIES WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRUCK BEDS PANEL BODIES TRAILERS OP ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDER BARKSDALE & PAGE ,- ..i':: . , _ '-. •• 201] N. Second MODERNIZE •> YOUR IIOME WITH A DEMING WA . ' TER SYSTEW. $40 UP. HUBBARD HDW. CO. SAW FILING ': of all'-kLnds. With automatic filing machine BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N.; Second BE ECONOMICAL IT RIGHT A COMPLETE LINE OP. ; -FANCY & STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS,.' VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, FLOUR, MEAL; ETC AT THE • AI,L TOGETHER! Av TOASV TO VOO , ER OF VORVOWE '.' U(\«O th50VJ6W VVtRE, WVA DOWW COVa,Mio NEAR AND YBT SO FAR! KWD O THERE'D BE A REVOLUTION GOING ON. NO TROUBLE OF AW KIND? , MAV8E you BETTER •?PBND DERNI6IIT, UNO I 6Lf V /D(J SOME KJEWtLOTHES EMT 50 >HIFTV. NOTHING EFFER HAPPEN! " t ., --- I HAF A FKIEWD, CHEWTLEMEM A KAMDEiflBFfflM-VOT KNOWS OER CUSTOMS WSPECroR FOR ONLY TVEMTV PRA«s-ft BARGAlM^MIWD YOU- HE CANISMUGGt.E YOU IW.j G,u.s.pAT.orr—f .. SALESMAN SAM , How tilD .THINGS "^ HE MAY COME HACK! AS MISSED BIG SURPRISE* BETTER RUM BGWT OVER YOU 2.70, PER -ABOUT THREE VETARS? WELL, HE DROPPED iw- CLEAR OP HIS EILL—ftNO WITH CASH. TOO ' THAT'S LOTfA POUQH Tfl AROUND TH AM' COULDM'T GIVE- j.i[ M RECEIPT: so i TOLD HIM TO DROP IN SOME OTHER DAVI BKTTY'S LOGIC! RITE PRICED GROCERY In Old P. O. BIdg. Blyllievllle FRECKI-BS AND- His FRIENDS LOOK AT DODO GO? •ISN'T HE SIMPLY GRAND 2 kJ Phone 231 — Wc-Oellvcr COPPER WEATHER STRIP Saves fuel at small cost Avknio Liiinbev Co^ (DO,*/ IS THE tW OR THE 6AMS : WITH LGf5SBUf?6.-. AMD PRECKLEHS HAS To | WATCH TVE GAME :.. j: F.TOM THE I STA:,'p>s...). v! 1 ^- .... .' GET THAT GUY.' SOMEBODY STOP HIM ! WHY DID YOU . Kft SOME- OMS Tb TACKLE C»DO? HE'S PLAY- IMS'FOR SH/SOYSIDE, ISN'T:.(|E? AND HE WAS TRYING TO \ GOAL!.'. ves...*rr ; HE V/AO ^UMMIMS ,-TWE WROWS B'JT I DOWT 6SE V/HY HIS E HAD TO THROV/ HIM DCWN.TD TEt-U HIM ABOLTT 1T....HE COULD HAVE DON5 IT IH A MICE WAY! EVERYONE MAKES MISTAKES, SOMETIMES.'.' X 1 AN V wciv (In: fcnsitioiial drL-tls Mrs. !•' ' liuiiigc's i-til-lii-udcil .'.in:, llai'old. • - .., . imllul o!f nil Ihc ;ri iJituii tor Illinois. . Hut jnuliably liis gitatest. day's pcrforniaiitu Was tiinuKl in against Mirliijfan in lit 1. • Tin: \Vulvwi|iu.s ii;ul iiaiiioil fur niuiillis to slop Red. ivi tonlidclil \vcit llii'y llinl tl iey d i i-fi-t M! U ic n| x; ni I;R k icli i > IV rijif a i n it > lUslr-.iul.-'. ltctl|irunii)tly(;i<l1niH.iinu yards ' . . 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