The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1932 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 23, 1932
Page 7
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••"... ; -J , .• • .-•'•« Classified Advertising Rates Minimum bliarge We Count 5 Average Words to a Lino Mouth rate i>er line, per month 60c 6ix times, per line per day . OS: Three times per- line i»r day OOc Due time per line luc • All Ads run irregularly take the one lime rate. AUTOMOTIVE FOB SALE-SAVE on Ooodyeai . Tires and Tubes, auto accessa- ries, new and rebuilt batteries, Mo- Wrine Oil, lie quart. Wolf Arian, Plione 176. Iijck-Oct. 10 For Sale Cheap Graham Paige 1930 Sedan Good running condition, looks good and will give excellent service Priced low tor quick sale. Kyle. Reece at City Hall. FOH REST—Furnished apartment, Ife Wi'it IvfinucKy, I'uone (Job. ISC-K-Ti- FOR BENT—Kiiralslicd front bedroom, adjoining uatli. call vmv. ' •'URNISHED five room houw, '2WJ W. Kentucky. Vacant Oct. 1. Mrs. Allic yisk Wwne 612 21c-k24 YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs", but, you cnn rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent, that house or room. FURNISHED house, five bath, garage, servant Iiouso 13031 Chlckasawba. Call 83 or 280. 10cklo| FOn DRUGS go to the Si. Finn-! eh Drug Co, New located on Ash Street near 5th. 23c-K Oct '.!;) 1C Notre Dame Carideos HKAUTY PARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Per- mnnents $350 up. Powder pull """ ~ 21 f YOU CANT RELV i".i 'For Kent Signs" but. you -can rely on Courier Nc',vs Want-Ads to rent !hat house or room. Farm Animals Put Students Through School HELP WANTED WANTED-Man with some cau'.ial for ;i local established business. mi- kin ill RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (UP) _ . I Tivo students from Charleston, Ark., i linn farm anim.ils waikln? !o put) them through Arkansas Tech. Iladdoi) Prltrhctt iinrt Wi 3lc-k2-l "A" couri:-r News. WANTED-Middlc aged single woman for General housework an-J help in swrc. Ur. E. C. Thompson. 40 & 8 school house. General Delivery. 22p-k26 SITUATIONS WANTED TO THOSE scekinj jobs tlio Courier News Want-Ads offer 3 result producing service at low cost. Phone 306. 20C-K(f FOR .SALE— Model ."A" lit Ton ' Ford Truck. Perfect condition. Very reasonable. John O. McHaney. Jr., "The Monument Man". Mc-k-TF Hayes arrived at college with lust enough money to pay their lui'.ba.j But they bicmtihl with them a tinckj loaded with two cows. Uvo |)iji an;l 30 chickens. The Uvo made arrangements with a family for room and in r\cJ)nu<je for niilJc, butler and eggs. SPACE FOR LEASE YOU CAN lease a space like this every day in the niontli at lo\v cost. Phone 306. JUNK, H!J)ES, ETC. FIRST CLASS \vatcrprcof covers for trucks and wagons. Carney '™ Awning company, Phone 643. j lead. Hp-kOct STORE FIXTURES FOR, SALE OR THADE—LllrjSon 4how case, bins, shelving and tire lack. Phone 202-W. 19p-k 10-19 FOR SALE "kilcIr/Cows "anclHeifers Some stock , pigs at Barn . fouth of Canning Factory. R. M.Beck. WANTED-Junk of all kinds, hides. Irnn. copper, brass, aluminum and Welt Arian. Phone 176. ICck-Oct. 16 King's Yachi Arrives To Be Dismantled COWES, England. (Ul 1 )] athlete headed grahfully alter a triumphant meet nia," the King's yacht, has at Cowes to be dismantled laid up for the winter. Proudly she slipped Int5 j.-.f? harbor flying 23 prlz» fhs:, top of Irer class. Out of 32 slnrts in I western resattris. "Britannia" uai nine first places, eleven seconds, nnd three thirds. And now ease her timbers in MUSICAL INSTHUiMENTS WANTED to buy far cash— second hand piano, player or upright. X- Courler. 19p-k26 FOUND A WAY to convert old furniture, clothes, and other unwanted items in your home into veaBy cash. Phone; 305 aRd ask the Want- Ad Taker—she'll give you full details. Dwelling Houses Hardest Hit by Fire* in 1931 e<i thnl "trivial causes" wtro rc- sjiomlblc for 75 psr cent of them, the bureau said. ST. EUWAliU, Ncu. (UP)- An lliu pilncl-; oll | Clhnlwr Sc»!« Ml. CrtMeat ' " RANDOLPH, N. H.-Aiuu Peck, '.' 81, of New York, who gain«d.-i fame back Iri 1W8 uy scaling a '• Peruvian mountain nearly four"' milci lilgli recently climbed to lliu • 3,300-fool. , summit, of Mt.' Crescent. .-' ' ' • ST. LOUIS (UP)—The Si. Inn Chapter of th-; American n j <i Cross tins asked dressmakers to sew COO.OW yards of cloth into garments for St. Loui; needy this winter. The cloth to be furnished by ths farm POULTRY C USTOM HATCHING — Beginn Sept. . 12tli. Baby Chicks, Oct. (3rd. Marilyn Hatchery, Blytlicvills. 1 ' . \:. -.- ' OC-KTF i ng I OPEN AT 'NIGHT Expert Fort! Jicp.iJrs Wrecker Service ' PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Fbont 810-1 .7 WERT HE MAKES 'EM SEE Office X)vcr Joe Isaac's \ Store SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Us Vint R. J. Dodson 301-3*1 | See Weisburd And See IJetter KVES TESTED FREE Ami Glasses Filled ST. JOE,, Ark. lUl 1 )— Ther he between 3,500 and 4,000 canons i to market frbin Marlon Comity this winter. Growers are ccitin? together EO they can get Die high- cst possible price. Attorney Detects Counterfeits KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP I — Counterfeit coins don't get by sistant U. Jack : Doughty. drink' In a drug store recently nti'cl gave the counterman a dime. The " fARilERS'having'livestock to sell j '! or if (hey desire to buy they I will find it convenient and economical (o use Courier Wans Want- Ads. HOTELS "THE GOFF"—It's a Rood hotel. Cafe in connection. 23c-k Oct 23 RESTAURANTS Visit Geo. Wright's Wall Street Lunch, located in Greyhound Bus Station. 9-15 ck 10-15 BEST EATS in town. Open day nnd night. Green Beetle Cafe. !Urs. J. W. Wright. Prop. 23p-k Oct 23 HOMECRAFT Sec our nev.- attachment for making Slngereraft rugs. We teach you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 10pkloi9 YOU CANT RELY on "for Rent Signs 1 ' but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent that house or room. GARACKS EXPERT MECHANICS ani Wrecker Service. Peoples Garage. Phone COS. 21P-K Oct. 21 COAL IS CASH Coal is handled on a small margin of profit. It is for the best interests of all concerned that we conduct our coal business on a cash basis, Therefore, from the date of this notice our Terms On Coal Are Cash BUCHANAN COAL COMPANY •E.J, BROWNE GAY & BILLINGS, INC. SUPERIOR COAL COMPANY B, C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. WONDER CITY COAL COMPANY TRANTHAM COAL COMPANY Ci(l« Rcilucc Tax Kale* the were burned nl $4,468,000. . n i , '- " "'"'"'' from the 1031 levels. AW,^OW, lFTn\ MAJOR WAS HOME, . HE'D *G\VE WONCAST W\LV. AWAY, LIKE HE OUGHT To 13E AN KNNIVERSAT3V HUSBAND OF MINE CAR&, EVEN F H6 IT WILL BE A PEARL "BUT V HE WOULTDNT GIVE A\e A "PEARL- CAN-OPEN&U/ VOU WISH NOW THAT HAD HAPPENED THIRTY YEARS' n grand*.om mne nl No t rc uamc. Frank ol '29 and 'JO, Is now followed at the Soulli Bend «lioo! by a brother and a cousin. The brother, Anuclo, quailerback, shown above at left, loci;:; n lot like Frank mid, II young man can- play foolbiill like Ills brother he'if uo 'lur. Cuuciu Fred Cariileo. show Is trying cut lor fullback. lalter flipped a nickel back, anrt i exclaimed: "It's a counterfeit," Ex- ns it struck the counter, Doughty lamination proved him correct. - THIS CURIOUS WORLD '- EAT25 ARE BURNING EARLV-DAY CAMPAIGNS FOR THE PRESITCNCY, COILARS BBARIN6 THE NOAUNrTES' PICTURES WERE WORM ENTHUSIASTIC VOTERS-. HOOTS AM) HEII mmmics ME V\W« ? V? Of TV\' H: bought a soft INVENTED A STEIMS DEVICE'FOR AUTOMOBILES; ANO BUILT ONE OF THE 1. FIRSr STEAM-PROPEUEO CARS IN ONE TINY CABBAGE APHID, IN A PBRTOO OF Slit /MONTHS, COULD HAVE S-54.0&7.2S7. S09./54, 652 OESCENDANT5; IFALL LIVED AND BSEO NORMALLY. . .women find so many us^-s for the want-arts. Scllinj old furniture, getting household help, apartment hunting. Just pliore 306 fi you wunl results.' Wa ViO UNOER- STOOO f\ Josef Hofir.ann had talents along two v::dcly ssparaled channels. Had he not teen so exceptionally acli-nt student ot the Piano a "chiW prodigy" lie undoitbiedly n-milrt hare gone far in the mechanical world. For a time it Eer.nert tlua his interest In automobiles might crowd out hn music. Young Hof«'ns made tr, work too hard .it iiis music «hcn only a chi.'cl At Ihc age of 10 lie made a concert uiir In America. Tl)!s almost eniJed his career, for his health broke ni'.di-r the strain, and years elapsed before he- regained iii.-, technical skill. COURIER NK\VS WANT ADS WASir TUHBS Kl'.U. WORKS I'AST! iTit THt SUCCEH SURResjDER. OF THE FtPiRAU TROOPS, eUUt. DOES SOME aOlCk. Tttfc'S Trf STUFF. AM' IF fOO E«9E.CTS 70 6TT\ ovn&R THIS wess ».UJE, S«\?«ME, RUTT VER I i\v WALL W)' ^i«. UK£ vou J KUOtKEO UNCONCIOOS. : QUICK -HIT we iM Tn 1 EVE. FKECKLES AND HIS BOY! IT SEEMS OODLKS KNOWS! VES. SOT SHE ACTS ALV/AV5 SW1FF;>J ' LOOX1SJ' OP |M TW£ AIE2 FC3 •, M1ELL, IF SUS SEES A(Jy BIRDS suss 6or BETTER. NO...THATS we PART:... TVS LOOkW FOR "HEM CATCH ONl SHE KNOWS FRECKLES IS WAV UT> |W THE A!R *TW f 15>JTA BIRD DOS... sue KIEVB3. DID "MIS BEf'ORE SHE '. \J,'E!JT TO THE HOSPITAL ;' /AE3SE A BIRO DOS EYES TVIAM i Do >bu SEE AMY? "THEIR. To wns cny, POODLE is DISCHARGED FROJA THE C>OS RECOVEBED, BOTACTiUs A

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