The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 4, 1932
Page 5
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^TUESDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1932 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) /COURIER NEWS $ ' fi CIASSIHED SECTION- . Classified Advertising Bates Minimum Charge 5 Count 5 Arerag* Words to aUn« Mocth rate per line, per month Six time*, per line per day . 05c Three times per line per day <»« One Urne P«r toe All Ads run irregularly take the one time rate. :=== BUSINESS DIRECTORY jnRKlNDALL'S 5^10-25c Store, Home ot bargains. Save a walls. ;$!'- K Ocl 28 FIRST CLASS waterproof covert for truck* and wagons. Carney Awning company, Phone 043. IVp-kOct 11 ••••••••••••••i ^Wlio Get_Spankud! AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 29C-K Ocl 'JS 'reduce Gr«w» TqGnit Heights I'UEllLO, cJo(UP)— Tlwy du lungs lu n bin way Merc, Mva. 11. It. Webber plumed some FOR SALE—Grocery, good Jocatlon, no competition, selling account of leaving city. Box FG, Courier 'Jck6 STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE OR TRADE-UlptCI show case, tins, shelving and lira rack. Phono 202-W. 19p-k 10-19 RuUrk FOHT WORTH, T«X*1 (UP)f- Whlsllers, Mho ride brt th« itre»t car piloted by Fred Parker, trill nl tlK'lr own them diyi, ; A . wcll-drused young mth boarded Parkci'i street car, ifc whistling "I'll Iw'aiad Whs You're I3cad, You Rascal You 1 ."' I'uikor felt a ,38 plttol In '.hi •small of Ills tack. He wu "re enil^i town* ; The roWtr lety-ther «wet e*r still whistling. 'Til B* Ql»d Wben YoU're .DM4, Yeu B**Ol, Vott." City 9*11 U B* Ik PHILADELPHIA, P». ild city Hill, put of the Inde- ptn«>«pe» Hall »roup, i» h»vim » .iew 'tet of ihlncle* .pUced bter he roof. The' bulldlpi ftnr*d ftp- (lie municipal center "until; tj* . irection of the praent CHr H»U. FARM LANDS WANTED—To overhaul your electric sweeper. Work guaranteed. Henner Electric Service, % Gillen's furn. Co. Phone 680- x 28C-K Oct 2B EXPERT Typewriter and adding machine repairing. U. S. Blank enshlp, 118 E. Rose. Ic-klO-l Farm for sale, 160 acres near Bur- <l«ttc between Blytheville and Luxora. This Is one of the best farms in Mississippi county. Will sell on easy payments. Sec the owner J. J. Richards or Mrs. Will Wood, across from the School House, Luxora, Ark. Phone 39. 30p-k7 PREVENT FIRES—Have your flues cleaned and repaired. Work guaranteed. Call for Wilson, Phone lOOj 4P-K1I HOMECRAFT: See our new attachment for making Singereraft rugs. We teach you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. lOpklOlO AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE—One Chevrolet sedan 1930 model. In A-l condition, just completely overhauled, new pistons, new rings, good tires. $275 all cash. Meyers Bros. 24C-K24 YOU;CANT RELY on "For Rent Elttu" but you can rely on Courier News W»nt-Ads, to rent that house or room. ~~ : HOTELS FOR SALE—New and Used Auto Parts. Jackson Auto Parts Co. 2020 W Main, Phone 66. 3c-K Nov 3 FOR SALE-SAVE on Goodyear Tire* and Tubes, auto accesso- les, new and rebuilt batteries, Mo- torlne Oil, lie quart. Wolf Arlan, Phone'176. 16ek-Oct. Ib "The Goft, It's a good hotel". Cafe In.connection. 23c-k Oct 23 RESTAURANTS Visit Geo. Wright's Wall Street Lunch, located in Greyhound Bus Station. 0-15 ck 10-15 BEST EATS in town. Open daj and night. Green Beetle Cafe Mrs. J. W. Wright, Prop. 23p-k Oct 23 GARAGES 'OR SALE—Mcdel "A" !!<• Ton Ford Truck. Perlect condition Very reasonable. John C. McHaney Jr., "The Monument Man". 23c-k-TF Sinclair Gas & Oil. Greasing, washing, U. S. Tires. Day and Nigh Service. Piione 555. 24p-kOct. 24 POULTRY BABY CHICKS, all varieties. Cus torn hatching solicited. Marily Hatchery, Blytheville. 4ckt LIVE STOCK EXPERT MECHANICS and Wreck-JFARMERS having livestock to se er Service. Peoples Garage. Phone 605. 21P-K Oct. 21 DRUGGISTS FOR DRUGS go to the St. Francis Drug Co. Now located on Ash Street near 5th. 23c-K Oct 23 ^BEAUTY PARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Permanents $2.50 up. Puwder Putt Beauty Parlor. • 21P-K. Oci 21 YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent that house or room. COAL AND WOOD Trantham Co;il & Transfer Co. Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. R. St., Phone 364. 4C-K 11-4 or n' ihey desire to buy tlis. will find it convenient and ecoi omicai iu use courier News Wan Aos. LET'S SWAP WHAT. HAVE jou to swap? results--It coots only a fe\v cents a : WILL TRAD2 for set of children's ,„ bvu books or sell, cheap, a complete cheap . call 2CO. sei of Alexanaer Hamilton's business books. Address "H", Courier News. ZBx- ROOM & BOARD ROOM AND BOARD—^5.50 weekly. Mrs. T. R. Watson,. 112 E. Cherry. Ip-klO-l FOR RENT JUNK, HIDES, ETC. WANTED-Junk of all kinds, hides, iron, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Wolf Arian. Phone 110. 16ck-OcU 16 PERSONAL SHARE EXPENSES to Flint, Mich., on. October 5th or 6th. References. Herbert Anderson. 312 N. 5th. 3pk6 FOR SALE FOR SALE-New Whippet 4-door Sedan, 1931 model. See Jimmie Roberts, Osceola, Ark. 3P-K10 FOR' SALE—Household furniture Call 715-W. 27c-k6 GREEN LEAF CAFE & . FRUIT STAND Regular Meals a Specialty. All you can eat 25c. with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. See me for wholesale prices on apples. BUCK MEHARG, Proprietor We Deliver 312 E. Main FURNISHED house, five rooms, bath, garage, servant house 1306 ihlckasawba. Call 83 or 280. lOcklO YOU CANT RELY on "For R«nt Signs" but you can rely on ourier News Want-Ads to rent hat house or room. FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, 108 West Kentucky, Phono 683. 16C-K-TF TWO ROOMS, furnished for light .housekeeping. Close in. 625 Walnut. Phono 521. Mrs. S. P. Cavcn- dar HELP WANTED WANTED—Steady, reliable man to take and deliver orders in Blytheville.' Earnings average $25 weekly to stare. Training given. Write J. R. Walking Company, 7068 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tcnn. 3P-K5 SALESMEN WANTED OPEN AT NIGHT 'Expert Ford Repairs - Wrecker Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ' 819-17J WANTED—Several men with light cars for sales work in this and adjoining counties. $2 per day expense and liberal bonus. See G. Marston, Hotel Noble, Thursday, to 5. 4P-KO WE R T itE MAKES 'EM SEE Office Orer Joe Isaac's Storo . : SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Us First R. J. Dodson SALESMAN WANTED WANTED—Young man between 25 and 35 years old for field pro- mctional work. Must be High' School graduate, college trainln? beneficial. Must be able to own and operate light car In gcod condition. Must be free to travel. Sales experience, experience in promotional work with organiza- :ions and groups beneficial but not zssential. A neat appearance essential. Long hours and hard work ,-ewards by salary and commission. Opportunity for advancement limited only by ability. Write i letter of application, giving complete details n' education, experience, reference, photograph and telephone number. Interview will be arrange'd. Address "W", Courier News Cur I is Publishing Co. SeeWeisburd And S«« Better EYK8 TESTED FKEE And GUs«es Fitted WANTED — Two men for sales work. Crew manager trains you. Must own and operate light car. Expsnsc and liberal commission. See Tern Moffclt, Hotel Noble, between 9 and 5 o'clock Thursday. 4P-K6 WHAT RE YOU TJO\NG,ON HWD<? AN 1 KNEE'S? TO "BAT3K— OT2. YOU LOOKINCb FOTi WHY, YOU % \2& SWErATTlNG UKE TlV OLD OAKEN "BUCKET/ y=., WHAT T>1t> YOU LOSE"? /ij\\ . • *# AT ALL JUST CANT I LOST A ILE I WAS A6LEEP ON THE COUCH I— I tONiT OF THErA TO L HAVE THAT N\UCH OH :'' SLTPPEP OUT OF THE 1 SITUATIONS WANTED They Croon Love-Note IO THOSE seeking Jobs the Courier News Want-Ads ollei a result producing service at low cost. Phone 306. WANTED — Four or five room apartment r<r house, unfurnished. Box AB, Courier. 1C-K5 Hatching EGGS. Marilyn Hntch- [ WOTTfS VTWV4\i'.' WANTED TO BUY WE PAY CASH for old cook stoves and used furniture. Don't throw them away. -LXxlson Furniture Co., afll E. Main. Phone loa. WANTED TO BUY—Steel range SPACE FOR LEASE YOU CAN lease a space lik« this every day in the month at cost. Phone 306. STRAYED—D.irk bro\Mi horse mule anii black marc mu'.e, \vetghl about 900 pounds each. Sam Green, Route 3. Box 62. A WAY to cc-.iverl old furniture. clothes, and other unwanted items in your home into ready cash. Phone 306 and ask the Want- Ad Taker....she'll give details. H'-re you sec tlicm together in a Cleveland, O., .hotel, siiortly aflcr PEOPLE who read these columns matrimony another chance. reading it just to pass the time They are definitely loos- Owns i860 Champagne PITTSFIELU, Mass. (UP)—Mrs. Chickens Provide Inducement KANSAS CITY. MO. (UI')-TO ing for ofters which meet their Hattte Decker Roberts hns a plilal Let us write yo'ilrs of champagne which was bottled ils suburban develop- in 1830. Though it has been sealed ment. one Kansas City real t-slat; East Indies has increased about Hie poultry business. EASY FALLS! WASH TUBES <HA7£S\ W> I WJe "fo TORW (00 CNER rAS KNEE ANO 3£S\ W> I W>je "fo TORW / •STDP.OR. OMER. rAS KNEE ANO / t WE6L NOU & SPWM»;OI? s\ scpe^H. 00 KOTH1UIJ THE kvH5>. To A O 1 5METV. L^—^^- A eKTTu6~VcM CAN'T STW ' JuSTAS-RH-Ey -THE BROitEKJ ROAR OF THE BANDIT Pt-AWES VJAS HEARD-IT ' ' 'SEEDED OM'TSP OLD BETSY'S COCW^J' A lilTtUc,BUT AS SOOW AS TL THAT VJ1RE FASTEhJEP SHE'LL STEADY HERSELF SET. RILEy CLIMBS OUT ' ON THE \NIMS Tb FASTEKJ THS STRUT \W1PE \}JH1CH V/AS Locee THE PILOT OF 8AWOIT PLAUE TOOK A SHOT AT ' AS DIZZy AS THE 01CKE.MS....TWS

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