The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 27, 1932
Page 5
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JTUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1932 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) Classified Advertising Rates Minimum Charge Me Count 5 Average Words to a Line Moiuli rate per HUP, per month 60c Six times, per line per day . 05o Three time* per line per d»y 06c One time per line ioc All Ads run Irregularly take the one tlniu rate. — — FOR SALE FOR HENT-FunilJhed apartment, Arcoh heat and garage. 1007 Walnut street, Phone 537. 21c-k30 YOU CANT RELY on 'Tor Rent Signs" but you can rely on Courier News' Wahl-Ads to rout that house or room. FIRST CLASS waterprooi covers (or trucks and wagons. Carney Awning company/ Phone 613. np-kOct 11 FOR SALE AT HAU; PRICE-Unl- i versal valve refaccr and Hall Universal Hone, two sets of rocks. All practically new. J. c. Chapin, Manila, Arlc. 27p-k30 FOR SAL£—Household furniture Call 115-W. 27c-k6 FOR SALE Milch Cows and Heifers Some stock pigs at Barn south of Canning Factory. R. M. Beck STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE OR TRADE— Ulptoll show case, bins, shelving and lire rack. Phone 202-w. lap-k lO-li FAjRM LANDS SMALL FARMS FOR SALE—Al $20 to 5M per acre. Well located, cleared and .improved. Land produces 3-4 to 1. bale cotton per acre and corn and other crops in .abundance: Plione 197, G. <J. CaudiU. - 26c-k.-ti AUTOMOTIVE !,. compl ^|« new i i j Meyei iX>K SALE—OIK Chevrolet sedan, ISM moiel. In A-l condition, just completely overhauled, new pistons, new rings, good tires. (275 .all cash. Meyers Bros. 24e-kl FOR SALE—J5AVE on Goodyeal Tires and Tubas, auto accessories, new. and rebuilt batteries, Mo- toruw Oil, lie quart. Wolf Arlan Phone 176. ISck-Oct. lu FOR SALE—Model "A" IyT Ton Ford Truck. Perfect condition. Very reasonable. John C. McHaney; Jr., "The Monument Man". 23c-k-TF Sinclair Gas & Oil. Greasing, washing, U. S..Tires. Day and Night Service. Phone 555. 24p-kOct, 24 WANTED TO SELLl}82 creo!it "on Model "A" Ford for $50 cash or would trade in on good used Ford car. Mrs. Cross, 216 W. Davis. 26P-K23 For Sale Cheap Graham Paige 1930 Sedan Good running condition, looks good and will give excellent service, fiiccd low for quick sale. Kyle. Recce At City Hall. 20C-KU FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished apartment 108 West Kentucky, Phone 083 IGC-K-Tt FURNISHED house, five roams oath, garase. servant house 13M ba. Call 83 or 280. lOckir FOB HENT—Furnished front bedroom, adjo'iilng baih. cull 479W. 21c-k28 WANTED WANTED 'I'D RENT—House with Arcola heat. "R", care of Courier News. 2CC-K20 WANTED ,TO BENT—Three room unfurnished apartment. Close In. 'B" Courier News. 21ckM HELP WANTED MAN with, car wanted to supply customers with famous Watklns Products In Biythevllle. Business established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts .Immediately. Write J. R. Watklns Company, 7066 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tcnn. . 26P-K27 HELP WANTED-Two live wires to sell house to liouse. Old reliable firm, .131 East Dougau. Mp-k28 WANTED—I?eliable colored boy to help in shop and make deliveries. Apply at Fluffy.. Doughnut, Shop. Ash street between Broadway and Fifth. • •' 20x-k29 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Posltlon by young man, college graduate. Several years selling and office experience. '.C" Courier News. 27P-K30 TO THOSE seeking jobs the Courier News Want-Ads offer a result producing service at low cost. Phone 306. SPACE FOR LEASE YOU CAN lease a space like this every .Jay:in the-mpntl). at low cost. .Phone 306. '.' JUNK, HIDES, ETC. WANTED—Junk of all kinds, hides. iron, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Wolf Ariaii. Phone 176. 16ck-Oct. 16 LOST LOST—Pointer Dog, solid liver lick Reward for return to Jimmlc Lcdbctter." . 27C-K-TP LOST—Reward for return of Blll- fold r containing Tennessee embalming license card. Howard Davis. . Meyers Bargain Store. ' " ' ' 27P-K30 FOUND A WAY to convert old furniture, 'clothes; and other unwantet items in your home. Into*' ready cash.-Phono 306 and ask .'the Want- Ad Taker....she'll give you lul details. . . " POULTRY CUSTOM HATCHING — Beginning Sept. 'J2th. Baby Chicks, Oct. 3rd. Marilyn Hatchery, Blytheville. 5C-KTF LIVE STOCK FARMERS having livestock to sell or if they desire to buy they will find it convenient and economical to use Courier News Wanl- Ads. HOMECRAFT See our new attachment for making Singercraft rugs. We teach you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. lOpklOlS YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent- Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent that house or room. HOTELS 'THE GOFF"—It's a good hotel. Cafe in connection. 23c-k Oct 23 RESTAURANTS Visit Geo. Wright's Wall Slrcc; Lunch, located in Greyhound Bus Station. 9-15 ck 10-15 OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs Wrecker Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. BEST EATS in town. Open day and night. Green Beetle Cafe. iMrs. J. y/. Wright. Prop. 23p-k Oct 23 EXPERT MECHANICS am Wrecker Service. Peoples Gar.ige. Phone «>5- 21P-K Oct. 21 WERT ME MAKES 'EM SEE Office Over Joe Isaac's Store 1 SECOND HAND FURNITURE 8« U« Viral R. J. Dodson See Weisburd And S« teller EVES TESTED FREE And Clasps Fitted GARAGES DRUGGISTS FOR DRUG-S go to the St. Francis Dni3 Co. Now located on Ash Street near 5th. 23c-K Oct 23 TSEAUTY PARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Gervlcc. Permanents $350 up. Powder Puff Deauty Parlor. 21P-K Oct 21 YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent lhat house or room. tt'cds One Ho»r After Divorce PERU, Inl (UP)— Within an Ixxir after obtaining a divorce from her first husband, the former Mrs. Chester Gwinn obtained a license to wed Carl Hubert Douglas. BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufcr 57 6AP £=> hi 4 A D ITS QOM. UX.E VIMEhl 0V! US O«M I'a IMC« LIKE. . THE«JEjfil!AE(.n_L) FbSTeW.L'fe.iV.1 HELD NMV IN p>T!\ UJifrt FROM Ife FEU? MHlS KiCK&e 8coTh6 on u thiirgo of cashing a (25 check drawn on (lie closed S(»te Dank or Hammond, Clark admitted tin; Torscry. "I did 11," he said, "to jet even wllh [lie crooked bankers giid Hc- publlcan lulmlulslrutlon Um put Uils countiy In Hie sfiapc It now Is In. President Hoover Is chiefly i«- spcnslble und it I'm out ot here by NoiTiiiU-r I'll sure cast iny voto sl him." Ho ixiitsccl to bn?nt}i. "All rltjlu, two io H years," said Judgo siiiHh. "Ono vote leu lor Uooscvell." I ChiUrm Find Ranbow's End ESTES PARK, Col. (UP)-^Children, who cajcrly seek the pot of Bold at the rainbow's end, frc- <iuon(ly have an opportunity to loltow tliclr dcalrw lu Esles Park. tnliilKws, tifttr the almost dnlly mountain thoweis Hint occur, often real one end ol the bow- on i> neighbor's porch, and in oiio of the nearby pastures. :he little village is situated in a bo»J—surrounded by'jnonntaisi 1?,<XW and ij.ooe Met'high! Th3 nreh ot a rainbow li almbrt wilh- In reach, and. the n«»il>y hlltodei often are viewed through a ehlm- nicrliiif veil of colors,. Obit iiOAiUJUNG BOUSE Stiure . _ „ HOT SPRINGS; Ark: IUPJ-The ban on squire diiKtng In, Garland county seemed Juslined to Acting Municipal Judge Cliarles Harmon after Arthur Morgan, 25, wa» bvoughl in sufterlng from cuts and oilier uounds inflicted «t a d«|ice where they "swing Uitu- partntrt". C3REETlNe>S, MY TArtJ* OUEB4/" 1 ! > ANNtVET2S«RY) , WHAT DO YOU FAN<V I ATOAIN6ED MY TOR,B4JT TO BE HOME TOR THE CELEBRATION OF OUR ' — •"• FD0TBALL 1 SKETCHES When Dr. Carl S.- WilHams, formerly star quarterback .and later coach at' Pennsylvania,. originated the lateral or backward pass, he started a fooiball play that has become famous as a. point scorer. Dr. Williams first used (.fie play, in 1902 when Pcnn, with a very light squad, defeated • a -much stronger Cornell team.. Bob Zupp- ke, Illinois coach, laier employed the lateral with his incomparable Red Grange;:in -1^5, and 'sent that star over.for his second touch- 'down against the school ihat originated the play. '.' But the lateral was a cojtly Play if it was.broken up in those' days, as "was proven when Yale attempted it in lhat memorable game against Princeton in 1919. Princeton had tied Harvard the week before. The team was doing « great comeback after tKing defeated earlier at the hands ol Cornell and West Virginia. Yale, too, had been defeated, but if a team in the Big Three mnn- to beat its other two rivals, it* season is a success no matter how many other games it lost. The Yale-Princeton game was 57 minutes old and the score stood lied at 6-6. Yats had the ball on its own 30-yard line. The Princeton ;oal was too far to attempt a crop kick or field tWal. Yale' was desperate and resorted to u lateral. Kempton, a Ynie back, started an end run. A Tiger man was about a make the tackle when Kemplon :osscd the ball JaternHy to Neville. But the Princeton lino was clmrg- i»ityiL *AS-J i «TU5t'J COJ .' ' -t^.lW 1°~ ia —— \ 3 -e>mow ~~~r~ —^ ^'T-:'~"'~"^ / --. 00 ,tv«.^ >.. Cashes Fake Checks-Loses Right to Vote CHOWN POINT. .'Inil. (ijf'j — illow;\rd Clark, U'J. Hammond, who j sulmiUcLl he dished worthless checks "just, to get even with the crooked [bankers and I'resldenl Hoover" has j lost his opinrtui'iliy. tc cast i\ vole ' against the president In No\-'embcr. | Instead lie will be scrvuig a two i to 14 year sentence tnforccd by | Judge Martin J, smith, of Crlm- i inal court, before, whom Clnrk 1 voiced h!s disapproval of the pres: cut administration! Apixinrlng bclore Juj s e Smith ing fast md hurried the piny. Before Neville reached the designated spot, th; bill struck the ground and came to a stop for a moment. Parrisettc, Princeton lackle, and Scheerer, Tiger fullback, had crashed through the line. Parri- sett-e dove at Kempton, putting him out of play, and Schccrcr picked up the hobbling tall and rnn unmolested lor the winning touchdown. Under present rules the score would noL have been alloivcd, p.5 , . the ball would have Icon dead at home hunt«s find just wl'.-it they ivanl i" Ihc classified section U f Courier XCHS. II }«ii Jure a, plarc rent ( , r sa]c c 3IK. ^ W&LL —THE >k)OPLE CHECK .HAS BOONCED BACK J WHILE: YOU WE'RE AWAV WOT3RI&D TMAT EACH DAY A TAST NOTE M<bWT COME FOR MOK4EV, OR PO\? ME T£> GO YOUR BAIL SUPPOSE THAT YOU KNOWTODA.Y «S . . WHY, CERTAINLY/ :iliUt-TOR6or IT i By Crane 'S WHY I LET KIM G?. I. : -\ COUUWT PROME ^ST^INCr ON' HIM. 1 COULDN'T SHOOT HIM JUST ON SUSPICION. SHUl 1 . I RECK'OH OLP FOX OUTSM/SRIfcl) ME. r' Dumbirtlter AMcd Es<ape PORTSMOUTH. N. H. (UP)-Al- cidc Macous, serving a sentence for breaking ar.d entering, escaped from !t^e Roekiugham county Jail thru a dumbwaiter in the Jail kitchen, i SLUG THW WTrt T\\t\R IT'S ft. WONDER THEY V.ASNT NO! rp eer MY 6ULI Wr\S IN CWWOTS THOSE BIRDS. BUT, EftsV, IF HE WfVi CWOOTS WttH 'EM, &ET A BtACK EVE? Wrto T\to rtir-A ^_'j IcV*!' 1 " If / mo u s.f»T.<HT.'OiM;nT.Nm>«<yj.i^y FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FAST WORK! HES AFTER E SPEED 1HASJ NTHE I HAVE... LOOK ) ALL RK3HT... WAT? \WE-LL. JUST WAIT T LOOK! H&S CUTTIM' AMD SEE HO\W ME'S ) OFF MIS MOTOR AUD GOINS ABOUT THIS J ME UAS A \-STUWTOFHIS.... X IN HIS HAND-'.' V CHASED BY A STRAWSE PLArJE, RILE/ AMD . 2 > ANOTVIC R.MC 7IPP60 FEEL SURE THEY ARE INTENDED VICTIMS OF AW AIR. MOLD-UP.... RILEY SNES HCRTHE <3AS .'.'

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