The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1932 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 29, 1932
Page 7
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IURSDAY,-. SEPTEMBER 29, 1932 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE; SEVEN Classified Advertising Rules Minimum Charge Mc Count 5 Average Words to u Line Month rate per line, per month We Six times', P*r line per day . 05c Three times per line per day '• One lime per line iuc All Ads run irregularly take the. one time rale. FOU SALE F1HST CLASS waterproof covers lor trucks and wagons. .Ciivucy Awning company, Phone (Jtt. llp-kuci if Write J. It. Wulklns Company, 70- ijS W. loss a Ave., Mompius, Temi SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED—position by young man, college graduate, several years selling and oilice experience. ',C" uuu- News. 27P-K30 TO THOSE seeking Jobs the Courier News Want-Ac's oiler a result producing service at low cost. Phone 300. Sl'ACE FOR LEASH FOH SALE AT HALF PIHCE-.Uni- versal valve refacer and Hill Universal Hone, two sets ol rocks. All k»gr.icUcaUy new. J. C. Ciiayin, M:i- YOU CAN lease a space like this every day in the month nl low cost. Phone 3«i. JUNK, HIDES, ETC. WANTED—junk of all kinds, hides, iron, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Wolf Arian. Phone 170. 16ck-Oct. IU LOST (Continued ttom 1'agc Onei such & small _ age" as does Hie smug and ells 1 .-. cntns slol machine, with Us lhrec| \vhlrllng wheels o' painted cherries, bells, plums, bars, peaches and highly symbolic lemons. Halt if Symbols Phnnry rvr instance, here Is what Dr. Free found out about the pnrtlcu- lar machine he dissected: There were 20 symbols on cadi i wheel, but every alternate symtol was quite meaningless because [lie machine couUl stop at rnly len o! Ilicm. Hnlf of them, llierelorc, were alluring dsccrallons lo make a player think his chances were belter tluui they were. pal was 1000 to 1. And BO, reduced lo its simplest terms, tlic )»ck-pot uas found IIHc- ly lo pay one nickel '<a every vten Invested. This nmchlnc hud only two IKII- ci'.E—sltnal of dctcal—on one o! 11s wheels, but many inurhlnes have three lemons, thus muklnj u player's dunces i>;lll smaller, lint the chances arc so Inmilleslnml, anywy. that a mere extra tenon r?ally doesn't make much cllller- FOR SALE — Household furni'.urc. Call 115-W. 27c-kC FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN— My cafe, 110 West Main st. Good location, doing good business. Causo for selling, failing in health. Mrs. P. 1 M. Bennett. 28p-kl AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARK-MO LUMBER YARDS 29C-K Ocl 20 STORE FIXTURES FOB SALE OR TRADE— Lupton show case, bins, shelving and tire LOST— Pointer Dog, solid liver lick. Reward for return lo Jinimie Lcdbctter. 27C-K-TF LOST— Reward for relarn of Billfold containing Tennessee embalming license card. Howard Davis. Meyers Bargain Store. 21P-K30 FOUND A WAY to convert oM furiillurc dollies, and olher unwanted ilems in your licme into ready cash. Phone 306 and ask the Want- Ad Taker she'll give you ful details. Steele Society—Personal Hoy II. Harper wns In Jefferson City on business the first part ot the week. Dcwtiit Smith ami John Ahern In conjunction with ench wheel i «er c In Memphis on business Mourns a steel disc, invisible within day. ths machine, containing holes cor-! Mr. and Mrs, I.. W. Wi-aver hn\o responding to the symbols on its wheel. If the discs, by an extreme- remote chance, happened to returned after n torn- ll:ut look them to Colorado Si>rlnss am oilier points In the west. Miss Hou- sloi> so that ccrlnln holes coincid- nle Smith, who accompanied llv?m ctl, steel plungers would drop remained for an extended slnj through the perforations and tri]> with :i sister. a release mechanism which would send down a shower of brass tck- Vnrlous combinations of p'.imj- i Mlcola 0Su . nd , i ; y '. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. R. Duinj am son Jerry were dinner yuesls o Mr. and Mis. Doyle Nichols o Mlllei's grnndmolher, Mrs. Mary Jackson, who Is seriously 111, Mr. and Mrs. J, Carman nnd small daughter of niythevillo were guests of Mr. n:ul Mrs. mister Plunger nt Hie Slcelo hold. Mrs. no. Slcele nnd daughter nnd 'Mrs. R. C. SIcrio jr. nnd daughter Mnry Kli/abclh shopped In Memphis Tuesday. Kewbciry Johnson nnd Harry I'anklns iitbnded the prize Mslit i Mi-mplils Monday rvenlns. Mr. nnd Mis. II. (j. Overlurl mid nmlly of Tyronza. Ark., simil Sunday here n s (ho nuoits ot Mr. nd Mrs. A. J. Ovcitinf nnd fam- l.v. Mr. nnd Mrs. ,1. W. Henderson nnd children of Hnyll were ginsts of Dr. and Mri. II. F. McCutclicn Sunday. Mks Irene IlAlnes, who hns been visiting? IUT flsler. Mrs. Hob Ilur- lon mid Mr. liiirton, left Wcd- ncsilny lo rnnke l-.«r home wllli an mint Ill Kentucky. Mtss Elizabeth Sllivmu of Luwirii spent (he latlcr purl of as the enest of Miss Bnlllc Himira - Mrs. decree IJurnL'tt Is conlterl j lo her home wllh malarial fever, airs. James Phillips u f not Sprint's,'Is here, wllh her Inther. Rev. w. E. Diuicnii. who Is sick. Friends ot Auburn Moore, formerly of here and now of Poplar Bluff, were Rrcatly surprised Saturday when he drove In wllh his bride ol one wccV to siieud Hie my EOii-lu-lnw was over lo bit- row seme money, I wns t'jIUng him nboiil this and ho wus loiul In Ills piahe. lie said he dici no! ut'lli'vo (licrc WBS another alive tocluy »lia could luvc irord- led tlilt, Idea even to the point where r Imse II. Willie in; 1 stu- is not whnl yo\i ccuil cnll mi liilelllticnt innn, once In grcnt while lie can see tliluss. le n ho uld R Is u pity Unit til cliinclu'S don't huvv sucli mun to l:c nt Ilielr liend, they would nil do so much belter.' , With $659 Account, Lives in Old Coal Bin LINCOLN. Neb. (UIM—Washing- ton Schnmbllng, 81, was iound living hi nti abandoned coal bin be- nunMi Hie sidewalks of one ot Lincoln's busy strcots. Moved lo sympathy by the mini's have demoniiuilcd myselt fc-cmlug sorrowful Officer Lynn Schappaugh took the •*• aged man from Ills c»ve to the police station to lenrn If a place couk^-^^, not-b! found for him', . • "'* Search of the man's iHjckets i«- S vcnled tS.BO in cash and i bank w book llsllug $053 of deposits.' Asked " why ho did not nnd a suitable ?* room, Schnmkllng replied: •• "^i Just couldn't find one lhat •• tulted me." • Head Courier r<cif5 Want Ads. rack. Phone 202-W. I9p-k 10-IU FARM LAN US SMALL FARMS FOR SALE—At $20 to $30 per acre. Well located, cleared and improved. K->nd produces 3-4 to 1 bale cotton per acre nnd corn and other crops in abundance. Phone 797, G. G. Caudill. 26c-k>tf crs end holes determined Die iium- unwantedj ber of tokens relurncd. Tims. If one plunger dropped through [wo discs, the machine paid two slugs; If ihrough nil three, four E!UI;S are returned. If a second plunger penetrated three discs, eight tokens arc paid. The third plunser dropped twelve, a fourth sixtein, nnd a fifth [he "Jack-pot". One In a Thousand Naturally, however, such combinations seldom occurred, since Hie slot-machine lackct Is in no cnsc n philantliropy. In fact, l^r. — ree discovered by mathematical alculation that the chance of get- ing two slugs for ene inserted was Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Holly. Mr.' and Mrs. Byron Holly. Mrs. Coh- nmn and Bud Holly attended the Tri-Stnt; fair at Memphis Monday evening. Mr .and Mrs. S. F. Myranl were dinner guests of Mr. nt:d Mrs. John Tucker of Cooler Sunday. Misses Vcra ami Myrtle Richards, Imogenc Mlclile tintl Mnr- jorle Edwards planned to attend the fair nt Memphis today. Miss Edwards will remain In Memphis to take a course In bcanty culture at the Scarborough school. Mrs. J. F. Patterson, who lias been seriously ill, is much improved, i. AUTOMOTIVE Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Thompson FOB SALE—One Chevrolet Eedan 1930 moid. In A-l condition, just completely overhauled, new pistons, new'rings, good tires. 5275 all cash. Meyers Bros. .„.„„„. FOSl SALE—SAVE on Goodj-ear I linger Sewing Machine Co. lOpklOl!) •sactly eight and one-third to or.e. and John Wilso not KosclusVo, That was ther highest percentage j Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson tiered by the hard-hearted Mrs. C: E. Wilson of Biytlie- hc combinations, paying sixteen vlllc were guesls ot Mr. nnd Mrs. week ,?nd with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Lou Moore, nnd sister, Mrs. Charles Dates. Mrs. Moore before her mnrrlng c \vns Miss Helen — Kellelt of Hardy, Ark. *~' Missos Hilda pliimlcy, Opal Earl, Jane nogle and Chnrlcne Llpscomb visited friends In Blytheville Sun- :— day. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sims Mlchlc nntl UBS occurred once in every 500 combination, the hope of every "slot-; Iound to pay a nckpot running as high as $5. on But there was only one bar on ach wheel, makins the chance of bar one in -ten. tn;s became one in 100, and of siting all lhrce?tars~6hi! In 10W. L. O. Hulchlnson and daughter, Miss Nellie Carnes, nt the Slcele hotel Sunday. Miss Sina Dusgnr of Hnyll spent last week end hcr c as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller. liayborn -.Ovcrlurf has returned to his position In St. Louis alter hnving spent a vteek hero with his . Ov- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. sf. and jr. ' Mr. and Mrs. Buster Kctliuger of Blythevlllc hav? moved .here nnd arc making their home nt the Steeic Hotel. Mr. Kettlnger took Steve Moore's place at tlie Arkansas-Missouri light-plant. Mrs. Hoy McCrory nnd -Mrs. Raymond Jenkins and daughter of Hayti were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S, H. Martin Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robinson of . Blytheville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oiment Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John McClure are building- a new home at Cooler. Mrs. McCluTe' was formerly Miss son Joe Marlon were guotls Mr. ami Mrs. J. Thomas Mnrkcy } of Carutliersvlllo Sunday noon. F. II. Fllun spent last week end In Memphis attending the fair. Friends of Miss Thelma Patterson .surprised her with n handkerchief ihov.'er Tuc-sdny evening. Miss Pntlerson is moving (o Fcs- tus with her parents. Mrs. Chnrtcs Jenkins was taken to the Melhoillst hospital at Memphis Frinny for treatment. She is L'-.tting along well. Phillip Gonry, who Is attending Jonesboro A. and M. collcnc, spent last week end here wllh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. Koiiry and sister. Miss 01?,a. Miss Sallle Sallba of ? vlllc was in Sleele Monday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie .Rhodes are building a new home ne*r the school building. They plan to''move in next week. Miss Eunice and Hazel Ifcinen ger 5(111;! Clara SSndage • visited relatives hi Carulhersvllle Monday. : CHURCH EXCUSES By Oeorge W. Barlmni man of my knowledge A ability kuous there Is some in every church organization and Mrs. C. T. Lewis nnd children | E i,, cc they liavc Inkcn the man- of Braggadocio. Mrs. Mushchell ag^niciH ol our church O'lt otftiny Hnmra of Cnrulh^rsvllle, and Mrs. i ], anc i 5 j i; avc been lliinklns some E. W. McCann nnd daughlers of ij^ig tfxm fi plan to organize Cooler were dinner guests of Mr.|' a ncv . c ] lurcni behy cai'eiul to nnd Mrs. C. P. Howard Monday, sift t , d tllin ,, 5 0[it of an t) ,,. ,„. v.^,,™ »,„ 1,^..^.. &lh(;is ^ comb|Mc thcm (n my orgnniznlrn. In that way I would have the scry thing so ninny hnvc CUSTOM HATCHING— Beginning 3rd. Marilyn Hatchery, Blytheville. 'FARMERS having livestock to sell or if they desire lo buy they vlll find it convenient ana econ- mical to use courier News Want- Se« our new attachment for making aingercrait rugs. We teach you T*es and Tubes, auto YOU CAN'T RELY on "For Rent , ,new and rebuilt batteries, Moe Oil, lie quart. Wolf Arian, Courier News Want-Ads to rent .hat house or,, room. FOR SALE— Model "• ''sJiid HOTELS T-.r*^^-^*^ > «-• - "• _ Very reasonable. John C. McHnney. •THE G OFF"— It's a good hotel ?!ie player's chance for the jack- Monument Man". clicn. 23c-k Oct 23 ' RESTAURANTS ir Gas & OIL Greasin ing U. S. Tires. Day and Visit-Geo. Wright's Wall Slrec Service. Phone 555. Grcyhoum 9-15 ck 10-1 BEST EATS in town. WHAT HAVE yon to swap? Green Beetle Cafe results— It costs only a few cents W. Wright, Prop. 23p-k Oct 2 WILL TRADE for set of children's bcoks or sell, cheap, a complete set of Alexander Hamilton's business books. Address "11", Courier News. ' 23X-K-TF GARAGES EXPERT MECHANICS and Wreck .-women find so many uses for the \ianl-afls. Selling old furniture, g c 11 i n household help, apartment hunting. Just phorc 306 fi you want results. cr Service. Peoples Garage. Phon 105. 21P-K Oct. 2 Adellc Kahner of Steele. FOR RENT — Furnished apartment. FOR DRUGS fto to the St. Fran 108 West Kentucky, Phone 633. \sh Slreet near 5th. 23c-K Oct 2 the occasion' being Mrs. Howard's " FURNISHED house, five rooms. bath, garage, servant house 1306 Chickasawba. Call 83 or 230. lOcklO birthday anniversary. Minard Pfeffer nnd BEAUTY PARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Pcr- mancnts S3.50 up. Powder Pull Beauty Parlor. 21P-K Oct 21 COURIER NKWS WANT ADS FOR RENT— Furnished apartment. YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Walnut street, Phone 537. bcnuse He is much better hut does not plan to to school Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Waut-Ads to rent hat house or room. HIJSINESS DIRECTORY WASH TUBES XIRKINDALL'S 5-10-25C Store. Home of bargains. Save a walk. - K Oct WANTED— To overhaul your cle Work guaranteed. Hellncr Electric Service, l-'urn. Co. Phone G30. 28C-K. Oct. 28 HEU> WANTED DRIVING lo Chicago Friday morn- Ins. Will Call" 610. NOTICE Upon nnd following the dale oi his publication I will not b( esponsiblo [or any debts con ractcd by my wife. Mrs. Lillicj Baliey. (Signed! Harry M. Bailey. 23C-K1 51ind Persons Must Carry White Canes DOVW, FRECKLES... IT LOOKS LIKE THERE'S TO B£ A CRASH- DUCK. CANT RELY on "For Signs" but you can rely on cr News Want-Adi to rent that house or room. WANTED TO RENT-Thrce rooi unfurnished apartment. Close in "B" Courier News. ,i,d aMHly 1 oms to be hard «n a tcturn to school ot churches and will prob- Mr and Mrs C. E. Miller went! ably be Ihe means of cbsing man to Bloomficld Tuesday to sec Mr. of ihcin. The other night when l^tl ' ; ''2 ! H^y^\^V < Distil WANTED—steady, reliable mun to take and deliver orders in Bly- tlieville. Earnings average S25 weekly to start. OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Fcrd Repai- Wfeckcr Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phono 810-171 WRRT HE MAKKS 'EM SEE Ollicc Over Joe Isaac's Store : SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Ue First R. J. Dodson *8l-3*3 E. VUm TVUNVi? AGAIN KXiTHE Of- #3OO I'rA GOIhJO OUT ON A SHOPPINGroc;r WITH \~rf ITS SO LONG SINCE 1VE BEEN ... } A •DEP>\KTN\EMT STO^E ,TvAEY\L THINK I A-R.ISIVEP IN A CcWETitD WAGON / —^ THtV LL. ST&6R ME UP TO THE SECTION X To SEE CUPBOARDS, •^ TUINVCINO I'M MOTHER "BY TiAt WAY, I WON THAT /AONtY SO TjQN'T LET IT BE KNOWN THAT T HAVE AMY, O^-THVS HOUSE WILL BE SIEVED "BY OT rAY THE i.o.u. SLIPS ALONE WOULD MAKE A PAPER. WER6t\5 OK> ViiW HORROR , V.OOW1M6 v t, / WOMtMl COMES THE PECISWE THE vJM^. 6000 LED ev HtEMSEVF, JOST OWETl Ttft OKI' VOR THE FRONT! •S "\ 51. SI 1 . OKIN H(MF OUR MtU\ By Blossei . See Weisburd And Se« Belter . EYES TEStED FREE And GUtses Fitted LINCOLN. Nel). CUP)—Trc tra- dilkmal tin cup on,1 dark glnsres arc not enough to symbolize blini- Lincoln beltevos. As an addi- lloiwl icjntificatiou, bilnd persons will carry while c.incs. Mayor 7<ehrung lias announced all iranic officers have been In- Etructed lo give special attention I toanyone carrying n white cine in crossing traftic-eo:'.scsted streets. It Is believed that motorists will be more easily able to see the white canes than any ather symbol ot blindness. Read Courier News Want Acts. Read Courier News Want Ads. By THE BANDIT TO RILE/ AMD FRECKLES ROAR. OW BARELY WOVES AW OFF HIS BUT KEEPS AN AWXIOUS EYE CfJ TM6 FAST PLAWE BAS1OIT PLANE FLATTEMS OUT, SklW.S OVER THE TOP OP BH-EYS SHIP, AND ZIPS UW/ARDS ^ J IF THAT HE'S 601US TO RATTLE BY SUCH STILL. ITS TELLIMG \MHAT HE MI6HT DO W6XT..'.. UE'S BAMWHS.AUO

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