The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 6, 1937
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertion!: One time per line ,,.. lOc Two times per line per day .. 08o Three Mines per lino per day .. 06c Six times per line per day .. 050 Month rat? per line \. OOo lards of Thanks .... 60o & 75o Minimum charge 50o Ads ordered for three or six iliaes «nd stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ccl appeared and adjustment of bill made, All Classified , Advertising copy eubmlttcd by persons residing out ilde of the' city must be accompanied by cash. Rules may be • easily computed from above table »dvertising ordered for Irregular insertions takes the one time rate Ko responsibility will be takci for more than one incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. Shoe Repairing CITY SHOE SHOT NEW EQUIPMENT-BEST PRICES We ask one trial. WILLIAM .FREEMAN 4 doors east J. 0. Penney's NEW DEAL SHOE SHOP 121 West Main. Simon P. Ixc in charge 4 Photos FREE with Each Order for Half Sole Job QUALITY SHOE SHOP Best shop to get your money's worth. No amateurs, expert sho,:- n<akers. Only fine materials use6. All soles sewed & guaranteed. Lowest prices in town. Soles 50c up, rubber heels 25c up. 3 free shines with half soles. Ivjces, dyeing, polishes. Phone 120, Free del. H. B, Campbell, mgr. y Sale New Bargains! We hayo some especially good bargains In cars, trucks and pick-ups. ' See Our's Before You Buy! 1930 International '/4 Ton Pick-Un 1934 Chevrolet >,* Ton Pick-Up 1033 Chevrolet V. Ton Pick-Up 1935 Ford I 1 , 1 / T.on Truck 1029 Chevrolet Sedan 1031 Chevrolet Uoadster 1930 Oakland Sedan Delta Implements, Inc, Lots 1 mid 2, 111 Block 4, of the Davis Third Addition (o niylhevllle, Arkansas. Tlip purchaser will bo required o execute bond -with approved eciirlly lo secure payment of Ills bid, and a lien will be retained in the property therefor'.. Coal & Wood Specials For Saturday, Feb* 6 1330 FORD V-8 TUDOR. Just Like Nen-. A lieal Buy! 1937 License With Car • S 535 1935 FORD V-8 TUDOR. Money Buck Guarantee. Black, motor, Tires, ami Taint Just like New. Very Low Mileage $305 I93Z CHEVROLET COUI'.'J. New Painl. Complete Mq- tcr Overhaul. Your Best Bel .'. S1S5 1935 DODGE I'iCK-TJP. Going At 5335 Wo have sonic Moilel "A" Fords ranging from 559.00 fo 585.00, H you are in need of Law 1'i'Iee Transportation. Come by and pick one out. For Further Information Call Barber at 810 or 811 Phillips Motor Co. Phones 810 - 811 olh & Walnut "MY COAL IS BLACK BUT I TREAT YOU WHITE" I also Fay Best Prices for Hides & Metals JOHN BUCHANAN Phone 107 Limited number of singer treadle machines traded In on new models at exceptional bargains. Also 3 portable electrics other makes. Singer Bew'ng Machliia Co. 408 \Y. Main Practically new Automatic Delco Light Plant. With radio, fnn and Iron. Will sell for half price. Delta Implements, incorporated. : " lo ktt GREEN INN—cafe & dance hall at Stc'clc. Good business. Sell reasonable. Apply at inn. Personal Dated this 23111 iry, 1037. day of Janu- A. P. SMITH, Commissioner In Chancery telcl and Evrard, Attys, for Plalntitl. 20-5 COMMISSIONER'S SM4', . Pursuailt to a decree of the 3lmncery Court for Ihe Chlckii- ;awba District o( Mississippi coiin- :y, ^rkaiisas. rendered Dcce|iibei' COAL COAL COAL ! FREE! It excess acid causes you Slomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indigestion, Heartburn, GET tree sample' doctor's prescription, Udga, at Kirby Bros. Drug Co. .Ve. have Ihe best prices on all vinds of good coal. Phone us for prices. HARRY BAILEY AUTO LOANS NO'RED TAPE Borrow money on.'your car to pay for your licenses and other bills. Car need not be paid for. See U. W. MTJLLINS lUdbury Bldg.V '... ., Phone ',95 Business Directory WE HAVE THE BEST Alabama, Illinois & Kentucky C 0 A L At the Best Price Kindling Too GIVE US A TRIAL 'e Guarantee Honest Weight* Shaver-Foster COMMISSIONER'S SALE Pursuant .to 'a decree of the Chancery 'Court' of this county rendered' In ttie "case, of Commodore'.Corporation vs. J. E. Brewer, et' al.v I will, within lawful hours 'on the 10th day of February, 1937, sell to the highest bidder oh a credit of Ihrcc months, at the- front door of the court house", .at Blythcville, Arkansas, the ..following property: 5, 1C36 hi Ihe case of East Arkansas Builders Supply Company and E. R. Jones, Substitute Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs. H. L. chambers', Minnie T. ! Chambers, S. H. pyrd and Clara Byril, No. G251, I \i " within-lawful hours on Ihe 19lh day of February, 1937, sell at the south door of the court, house In the City of Blylhcville,' Arkansas, nt public auction, to tho highest and best bidder upon a credit of three nionlhs,, tho following described properly located in the Chickasawba District pf Mississippi County, 'Arkansas, loult: . Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, of tho' H. L. Chambers Second Addj-, lion to Blytheville, Arkansas. The purchaser will be required lo give bond with approved te- curity to secure payment of - his bid and a Hen will be retained on ijie properly therefor. Dated tills 29ih day of Ja,nu- ary, 1937. i ADDISON P. SMITH, Commissioner in Chancery Reid & Evrard, Attys. for Plaintiff. "- ' -' 20-5 Mary Hay, Willie Matthews, Victoria Moore, Ixranurd Matthews, I.cona Williams, Gcrllne Hill, Buell Illlt, Vane Matthews, Elmo Matthews, Maurice Mnttlicws, Vernon Miilltws, Imogeno Matthews ami Hid:\ Matthews, DB- fcndniits. Tho defendants, Myrtle Haley, ariivuctc lloacli, Verda Garamille, Monlc Haley, Mavy Hny, Victoria Mpore, Clerltne. Hill. VBHO Mal- lhe\vs. Klmo Mnlthews, Maurice Matthews, Vernon Matthews, liuo- Seno MHihews ami Hilda Mat- Ihewfi mx' \varned to appear wllh- In thirty ilayr, in the court name.l in Ihe (.ipilon hei'cot mid answer the complaint of the plnlmllf, Lou Mallhews. Dated this 23rrt day of Jnuu- siry, 1931. H. M. 0«Aia, Clerk, By A. F. Smith, l>. O. Nclll* Dccit, Attorney, TJobt. A. \Vcsl. Atty. Ad Lltem. WARNING OIlDKIt IN THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. : Lou Matthews, Plaintiff, : *(* vs. No. 6372 Myrtle Haley, Gertrude Koacli Vcrda aaranvllle, Monic Hnjey 23-30-Q-13 WAltMNd OKDHU Lilllnn Tirtwtll Is warned lo np- penr In llin nliniicery Court for the )h!ckasa«i)a Ulslrist of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within lhlvt.\ days a nil answer a complaint Ille:l agalust her In said court by J, Waller Ticlwell In Cause No. 03U5. Dalcd this 15lh day of Jnmmiy, 1931. By A. F, Smith, D. C. Rciil & Evrard. Aflys. for Fltf. Jesse .Taylir, Atty. a>! Litcm. H. M. CRAIG. CK-rk Distance to ncnrest building on each side, 30 feet; Building to be occupied as store. l ccrllfy thai ihe nboy'o slnlc- meiils nre correct lo the best of my knowktlse nnd Ix-llcf. Permit received by: nUTH ' BI.YTHB . City Clerk. 10-19-23-20-30-2-0-0 Telephone Pest Cited As Excuse for Wisecrack ST. PAUL (Ul'(— The fine point* of telephoning Include a few wisecracks buttered over with an abundance of common sense, Mildred Adams, Lincoln, Neb., (old HID Mlnueosla Telephone- Association hero. pflvalo switchboard Is nu asset, 'like His value of n jolly, cnsy-to- gct-alone-uilh salesman." Miss Adams said the telephone operator should be essentially courteous but occasionally must be permitted to lose her patience with Ihe "pest" who argues his numbei Is not busy. "In a case like that," Miss Adams said, "I believe the best dust settler Is. 'Well, whnt do you want me to do, cr»w lout on n wire?'" Perfection of television and Us use on telephones will improve coii- ver.Kuttans Irecause gesture. 1 * will then further nisnnlngs now carried folcly In words. Miss Adams said that la<s of n single word often middles an entire sentence, over the ihone. BtiElnefk men were warned thn 1 ii pleasant telephone operator on lil.KCTItlO * ACETVI.KNK Selective Logging: To Be Completed Soon ST. PAU|i (UP)—The Drat • selective logging' experiment- to be conducted by a private owner In Minnesota'wilt be completed shortly, according lo prover M, Conner!, sliUo forestry head, WM'oslry ofllclals persuaded Ihe IntcrnnUonal Lumber Co., In Northern Minnesota, to try selective logging, on.-approximately 15 ncrcs of Norway and white pine on Bass Lake, Itnsca County, Collect said. The lumber firm had In- I'-'ndcd to follow the usual practice and cut lho..aren clean. In tho experiment, employes of the forestry division marked for culling over one and a hair million board feel o[ limber, singling out all mature, dead or defective trees, Coiuct said. "By this selective ciUllnj,' 1 he explained, ''stanits of young trees will haio a better opiwrttmlty to develop anil tiro hazards materially Mallard Invade? ,CHy CLEVELAND (UP)—Mrs. B.» Unger's 13-ycar.old son captured a, wild Mallard duck after q, chase, '-| down a bitty street within the city. Tho bird flejv into a tree, but tho boy climbed after It and caught It, 24 Hour Wrecker Service Best Prices Joyner Motor Sales Call 1000 Storage Al'l'l.lCATION FOR. PHUMITS FOK ISUILniNOS, AI-TEUA TIONS ANI) UUI'AIUS, SIGNS I-'Oll STllifCTURES " IN Ttli: CITV OF W/l'TIIEVlI'I.K, AUK Permit KO.'S, Date Jan, IB, 1937, Street. Number 211. Lilly, . Lot Block 4, uudtlle Heights- addition; Number of stories, 1;-value of work, $15.00; Building of brick or frame, frame; Material 'or roof, composition; Material exterior walls, wood; Material of foundations, concrete; BuilillnB on the front or rear, Iront; Distance lo property line, on line; SAND & GRAY*!. .* Phone 700 4. BLVT11KV1LI.K ^unerior Coal & Mining Co. WANT TO BUY CORN SOY BEANS CRAWFORD & COI'PEDGE GIN CO. Highway 18 - Phone 331 DIM 6 AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVIOK Barksdal® Mfg. Co, PHONE 19 Drs. Wert & Wevt Ol'TOStETHISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store ••WE MAKE 'EJf SEE" r'.ione 640 , GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. Coal - Feed - Kindling I'HONB 76 Now I.ocatcjl at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON I'DVMUDS, 1'roprlcloi All uukra of Rebuilt Tjiicwritors, Adding Machines in* Ca|ciil[(tor»-T-Itc|i!ilring—Parts—Ribbons Big Nlner Sale Scheduled; to begin Feb. 1 ;has boc'rf-postponed until flood \yaters go down. i WATCH FOB OPENING DATE Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. J. W. Shouse - J. Wilson Henry Gin Co. Sporting Goods of all kinds Uniforms & equipment for baseball, handball, Softball, soccer ball, tennis, track & boxing. Best Prices Hubbard Hdw. Co. Ponltiy & Eggs rOUI.TRY WANTED We pay highest market prices for all kinds poultry. Fisher & Galnes at Gaincs Grocery & Market, 11 W. Main. BABY CHICKS ALL VARIETIES Custom Hatching MARILYN HATCHERY Hwy. 61 North, BlythevlUe Bus. Opportunities Beauty Culture IS THE COMING PROFESSIOfv Learn this pleasant work whicl pays well. New clafs opening—stale supcrvisci Reasonable Tuition Mrs. William Serryman Elaine Beauty Shop Salesmen Wanted hone 278 Chickasanba & R. R. :OAL, WOOD, KEJDL1NG • Prompt Service -- Call 47 KIM'S COAL CO. CALL E. P. FEY at- Wonder City Coa5 Co. FOR ORIGINAL, GENUINE Montevallo IND OTHER HIGH GRADE COAL PHONE 477 It You Want Wood, We Have It! Ash & Oak Kentucky Lump Coal, $6.50 ton Economy Coal Co. 21 W. Cherry ' phone 418 Real Estate FOR SALE M Acre farm, newly decorated 4 room house, well & spring. On -nail route in Ozarks foothills. Mrs. S. B. Gregory, 717 Chfckasawba. 30-pk-30 FOB SALE i Room House, bath, large lot. Across from high and grade schools. Cheapest taxes In town 7ou!d be made Into apartment Cheap for cash. 809 Chicbnsawba dh tl Batteries CAT HAS -NINJ ,IVES! WELL, ITS HtT MIGHT WORK? A CWZY STUHTA HAH! YER DANCED BUT-IT MIGHT I RIGHT IT'LL WORK; \VORK,..,. f^ YOU JUST. WATCH ME RISK/, BUT, WH1H 7H'OUT FOSTS MAY HEAVE A FEW THINGS I'M GowtoA NveAKirr! Y'SEE, OKAY.OOP- VJ. FIGGER THAT, E>I?ES5;ED LIKE A BIG CAT, J CAW SLIP BV'WUR'S 5EWTRIES .YEK-GITMEW YOLJ'VEHBIC-C-EST AW DOPED our A-'PLAN ) BEST CAT 'GfrT IMTO MOO, /SKIN SOU 50S.:we CAM'TURM 6OT- OWE ?OME : OF ' STILL OU IT- THELP US LICX- WUR? SUMplll THERE/I AT A STRAY CAT, IF THEV SEE IT, BUT CpMTCHA ) IT WPULDWT BE CAUSE FOR A THINK IT'S .-^GEKJEpAL ALARM, LIKE IT WOULD RI5KV? A BE IF THEy SAW A MAW AROUUD ALL RIGHT, AT KIIGHT BOOTS AND HE!. BlJDDfES U SUUt WiOUtD FUM Bt, CORA r WE HNO ri\CE rtt OWVS REfeSOM I Cf\ME VJOU Vou Bt \.O\6 AVOM6 "WE \ COOVO BOW WOW HAS SOMETHING. TO I3AHK ABOUT! FOR BETTER Battery Service CALL J. B. CLUNK Jacksoir Service Station—Phone 8 MEN WANTED for Rawleieh routes of 800 families. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleish's, Dcpt. AKB-27- S, Memphis, Tenn. For Hent FURNISHED APARTMENT. 305 DOUGAN. Mrs. A. A. Allen. 2-ck-lf Two or Three Furnished Rooms, reasonable. 314 Hearn street. 18p k2-18 Wanted To Buy We Pay Highest Prices FOR SCRAP IRON, METALS, PECANS. HIDES & PURS ARIAN ATJTO PARTS 128 E. Main—Phone 176 WE BUY Hides & Furs Metals and Sevan Iron Blythevflle Iron & Metsl Co. Cherry & R. R. Phone 443 Nicely furnished STKAMHEATED BEDROOM, bath. Call 560. 2-c-k-3-2 4 room bungalow, bath, garage. Franklin and Rose, Lertrlcnnle KTOler. 20o I:tf 2 room Furnished Apartment. 807 Chfckasawba, Call 1026. Ic ktf WE PAY CASH FOR 2ND HAND FURNITURE Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store I'honc 1031 Nice comfortable bedroom, close In. Mrs. Nolen, 310 W. Walnut. Mr.dern 3-room apartment, 221 Wert, I-URNISHKn Dougan. Mrs. C-ck-tf Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-303 E. Main ANOTHER KNOCK-OUT! HAWHAWM/XW! PAY MP, T~ sow WOWJ-KSOW^MAVBE VOU'LLAPMIT ,--—x EASY'S ASEEAT.FIGHTER., \OKAY/BA3Y;LE?S Co OVER. TO GBEA5Y MIKE'S FOK A HAMBURGER CWE6R UP/BOW WOW/. PQN'T BE SO 6POUCHY.' THANKS, PUT I'M WAlTINS ' FOR EASY. HE LMVITEP ME POWMTOWM TO A_ L03STEE 9/^S-^^^g^}) THKTS THE VAST COKiFOGMD THAT BLAMKETV BLANKED SNAKE HE NOT ONLY CAUSES ME TO- LOSE MY COU6H, SOT HE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ( TOMI, W TEACHER [W HOME ECOWOMICS GAVE OUR. CLASS AW ASSIGhlMEWT! HAVE TO SELECT HOME FUPWISH- IhlGS QM A(J IMAGIMART BUDGET , OF § .150 A h/IO(-rrH ! WAMT TO HELP ME ? HIGHEST I'KICES PAID FOR rOULTRT HAPPY HOUR "GROCERY 109 W. Main THE BLOW THAT KLOOKKI) KATHER! f • ' ' _ ' ) R:RTH^FIPST -^ ,— •- j I - IWW | iA V,o:-JTH IT V,<OULD OE RATHER / LEWES A JWISETD BU/ f :OS'i-YA FE-V/ j PIECES OF ^ SEXPEMSES

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