The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1932 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1932
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THURSDAY. QCTOBEU 6, 1032 BLYTnEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Classified Advertising Hates Minimum Charge 5t)c U-vUiit 5 Average Words to n Line Moir.ii rate per line, lier month fl"e !S« tiir.ts, per line per dav • <> 5 - Tiiree times per line per day ; 05c One lime per line lOc All Ads run irregularly take i lie 0:10 time rate. pcnses. References exchanged. Tel- plione 1X2, 5p-k8 KUfKlNUALb'S 5-10-25C Slore i.ome ui ujr 6 ams. bdve a WJK i81>- K Oci WANTED—To overhaul your'elec- tric sweuper. Wort guaranteed Hellner tltctric Service, "h Gillen's I-'urn t-'o. fhonc usu. 28C-K Oct 28 KOll SALE FOE SALE—New Whippet 4-dcor Sedan. 1931 model. See Jinimle rioberts, Osceola, Ark. 3P-K10 FOR SALE—Household furnllure Call 715-W. 27c-kC ,-MRfiT CLASS waterproof covers for triicris and wagons Carney Mvninj company, Phone fi43. 17p-kOct BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufcr wllh peas, lyonnauc i»latocs, lo buy up the corn crop from the hearts of celery, mnrlboro pie, milk, collee. County Buyi Corn Crop For Winter Fuel Purposes runners of thq county, to burn In the court hou« furnsce and In the stoves of over 50 rural schools. the .town dealers . J This practice, It w«s belkved, would aid tht farmer In that he could get a price higher than:the The corn can bo bought for 18 •market price lot his jr»in, »nd. per ton, llw cpmmlMlonert cstl- tho surplus ulw would bV'd««rojr- inalcii, whereas coal costs the od. • ... county about $12 per ton. Ths • — '• . SCHUYLER, Neb. (Ul>)-Colfux' 1>cal - vrtlue °f corn la nearly «s J»p Ball flajerm Respect U*M *) County this full uml wlnlor will 8ront ^ of coal. 1 .. SALEM, Ore. (UP) -'j»pines« i;obiK>k to Mir iviivs nMin> iiinnn<r '" -"'''"'Da lo adopting corn as ball players never BOSS their im- 1,0 buik to ihe «»)s of tin- plena. l!lo omc|a , comUy w> lh() c(m _ p , gM Peterson, willia-' 011 the iH-niiiCj in burnliij; corn ns ( | lllis i u ,, m urKC(1 ,|, 0 indents of mctte University pitcher. Peterson , 'I' 11 - county to biiy'. the'corn from Just returned Irom a barnstorm- couuty commissioners voted llio farmers Insltnd. ol coal-from Ing tour of the orient. AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBEtl YARDS 29C-K. Get 20 FOR SALE—Grocery, good location, no competition, selling account of leaving city. Box FG, Courier 3eM STORE FIXTURES Jb> Ahtirit EXPERT Typewriter and adding machin? repairing. U. S. Blank- cnsnip, lie E. Koss. ,- lc-kIO-1 PREVENT FIRES—Have ycnr. Huta cleaned and repaired. -Work guaranteed. Call fp'r.\Wilson, Phone 100. if'-' 4P-K11 SECRECY?—V/riY, I AH—UrA-&R.-T^AT MONEY IS TrtE CAVAPA\6N FUND OF POUTICM. CLUB-VES/ ATIENTION — Men's overcoats cleaned and hats blocked.- Ladies fur trimmed coals our specialty; Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phcnc 171. Gp-K 11-6 FOR SALE OR THADE—Luptoil show case, bins, shelving and tire rack. Phone 202-W. 13p-!< 10-lfi '~^_ FAR3iI_I,ANDS FOR SALE—53 acres in ouUlvetlon. 3 houses, big barn, 'in 6 •n' Blytheville. 1 -mile.-'of .choc!. $25.00 per* acre. i. Phone 887 cr 888. 'W. T. -Barriett. 6C-K-TF HOMECRAFT See our new attachment for making SmgercraH rugs. We teach you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 10ykl019 Farm for sale, 160 acres near Burdette between Blytheville Luxora. This is one of the farms in [Mississippi county. Will sell on easy payments. See the owner J. J. Richards or Mrs. Will Wood, across from the School House, ora, Ark. Phone 39. YOU CAN'T RELY on "For Rcni Signs'' but you can rely on Courier News WanirAcis to' rail that house or room. ''."• HOTELS "The Gofl, It's 'a good -hotel". Cafe In connection. 2Hc-fc Got 25 RESTAURANTS Visit Gep.. Wright's Wall SI reel Lunch, located in Greyhound Bus Station.. - 0-15 ck 10-15 BEST EATS in town. Open day and night... Green Beetle Cafe. Mrs. J. W. Wright, Prop. • , : ; 2'Jp-k Oct 'X AUTOMOTIVE FOll 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 FOK SALE—New and Used Auto Parts. Jackson Aulo Parts Co, .1020 W. Main, Phone 66. 3c-K Nov 3 FOB SALE— SAVE on Goodyear Tires and Tubes, aulo accesso- •'ieo, new and rebuilt batlerics, Mo- corine Oil, lie quart. Wolf Arian Phone 17C. 18ck-Oct. IL S EXPERT MECHANICS and Wreck- .cr Service. Peoples Garage. Phoni 60s. 21P-K Oct. 21 DRUGGISTS FOR DRUGS go ; to' the St. Francis Drug Co. Nov; - located on Ash Slreet'nea"r'5t-h. .'23c-K'Ocl 25 BEAUTY PARLOUS EXPERT BEAUTY; Service. Permanents 53.50 up. Powder Pull Beauty Parlor. 21P-K Oct 21 .'OR SALE—Model "A" 1'.4 TOI Ford Truck. Perfect condition Very reasonable. John C.-McHane} •"Hie Mdnument Man". Sinclair Gas 5; Oil. Greasing', wash ing, p. S. Tires. Day and Nigh Serviced Pf.onc S55. 24p-kOct. "-"-- LET'S SWAP .VHAT. HAVE, you to swap? , ual . „.„,„ > results—It costs only a few cent i day. ! •. . YOU CAN.T RELY on 'Tor Reni Signs" but you can rely or. Courier News Want-Ads to rent that house or room. •A'ILL TP.ADE for set of children' books or sell, cheap, a complet ct of Alexander Hamilton's bus: .ess books. Address "K". Courle •ews. • • ' 28X-K-T COAT, AND WOOD Trantham Coal & Transfer Co. Dealers in Kentucky snd Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. P.. SI., Phone K\. 4C-K 11-', COAL ni !ow cash prices. Phone 48. Prompt Delivery. BLYTHEVILLE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad S:s. 5c-k7i'cv.5 JUNK, HIDES, ETC. WANTED—Junk of all kinds, hides, iron, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Wolf Arian. Phone 176. IGck-Oct-. I- PERSONAL LEAVING Sunday?for. Fort Worth. Texas,'via automobile. Share ex- GREEX. I.KAF CAFE * FRUIT STAND Regular Meals a Specialty. All you cnn eat 25c, with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. Sec me for wholesale "rices on armies. RUCK MEHARG, Proprietor We Deliver 312 E. Main ROOM & BOAKD MRS. T. R. WATSON --$5.50 wee! ly. 112 E.'Cherry. Phone C02. IpklO- I'OULTRY dABY CHICKS, all varieties. Cus toiu hatching solicited. ASarily Hatchery, Biythcville. 4ck FOR RENT FURNISHED house, five roon bath, garage, servant house 1301 Ohickasawba. Call 83 or 280. lOckIC 19c-klO-l! VOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs" but you can rely np 'ourier News Want-Ads to rent hat house or room. TWO ROOMS, furnished for lighl housekeeping. Close in. 625 Walnut. Phone 521. Mrs. S, .p. Cavendar LIVE STOCK .-'ARMERS haviny livestock to sell or if they desire to buy thcj .vili find it convenient and ccon- -mlcal to use Courier News Wam- Ads. SITUATIONS WANTED OPEN AT NIGHT E>:r?rt Fr-rd Repairs Wrecker Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone SlO-'ll W E R T HE MARKS 'EM SEE Office Over Joe Isaac's Sloro SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Us First R. J. Dodson 301-303 K. y»'» See Weisburd And Sec Better EYES TESTED FREE And Giants Fitted YOUNG LADY COLLEGE GRADUATE desires position. Experienced in general office work, a; cashier, restaurant hostess and ir. caring for children. Willing to work cheap or for room and board and small salary. Address "S" Courier Xews. i'O THOSE seeking jobs the Courier News Want-Ads offer i result producing service at low ost. Phono 30G. WANTED Hatching EGGS. ery, Blylhevllle. WANTED TO UUY VE PAY CASH for old cook stoves and used furniture. Don't, throw :hem away. Dodson Furniture Co 101 E. Main. Phone 155. 4C-X 11-4 WANTED TO BOY—Goose feathers. Must be new and clean. Paul Byrnm. Across from postofftco. 6C-K-TP FOUND |; .\ WAY lo cmivert old furniture" clothes, and other unwanted 11 items In ycur home Into ready. (cash. Phoue 30fi and ask the Want- i MADE DP CF TftlW*5«h •STRiPS EtfERfa VlW'Xft ro£M WA<3 TELLING you Atae TOTING AROUND A OF IMPORTANT MONEY -«-~< SAIt> A-5 A -JELW -R.OCL/ YOUP.E HOLT3IN& OUT ON US, YOU'D'Be V, <3OIN6 AreoUNt) WITH TH 1 BIG )> HORN ,TO LET TH' WHOLE WOTSLt". KNOW . SECRECY TKNT OF THE .fAONE-V OUT OP i, HAVE HID, DAD ENER 0>JLO isH Hft FATHER IED OLWiC TEW To ATHENS IN *% M<0 .Tater....she'll .utails. L$1STER MARY'S KITGHEN «O.U.(.AT,Ofr. , '• .„.: mt HtAKAvictj-wc, .'|0~ ITRAYED—Bay Mare, blazed faca, weight 1100 pounds. Noilly Mack Bryeans or BOD Harris, Blytheville. 4p-k7 BY SISTER MARY two teaspoons coin -water and sll STRAYED--Dark brown horse mule and black mare mule, weight Intp_ mixture. Add rolled oaU ant Cookies always can fill .In as a raisns and mix well. Spread as tfcin j possible; on oiled and floured pans, ^Biid ' bake 10 minute.? In nttdera|e oven. Cut In Iwo-lncli square's. SPACEt FOR LEASK •- in the school lunch box, 'and a"cup _____ _____ VOU CAN lease a space like this i of lea seems twice as scclnble if a five dozen cookies plalc of cookies Is on the. tea table. every day in the month at low Drop cookies and over-night ccokles do away wllh the tedious . Hermits Two cubs light brown sugar, 2-3 cup. shortening. 3 eggs, 1-2 cup PEOPLE who read these columns process of rolling and cutting. oiled cMkles are wanted, thorough sweet milk, 4 cups flour, 1 teaspoon •eading it just to pass the time makes It (soda, I teaspoon baking powder, 1 much easier to handle. cup seeded and chopped raisins, 1 teaspoon tach cinnamon and nut- them easier to digest than cake. 1-2 teaspoon each cloves, ginger and allspice, 1-2 teaspoon salt. Plain sugar cookies Milk Excluded From Healthiest Boy's Diet MOOREFIELD, Neb. (UP) — Contrary to the usual diet of healt h -hampiorc:, milk Is not included in that of Fay Stephenson, 15, of Moorefield. Fayl roi- beaded and freckle- 'iiced lad who was the champion to small children long bstore they Crcnm shortening and Add eggs beaten until should be allowed light with milk. Mix nncl sift (lour, Ccokies wilh nuls and raisins arc v\6 XVS.VA G'EV VK more difficult to digest but salt, spices, soda and baking powder. Add with raisins to flrit mix- chop;ied they are. not objectionable. ture. Ivfix thoroughly and drop from children especially like cookie sheet. Bake 15 Rolled cals cookies arc easy to make aiirt keep excellently. Tlie specimens of these cookies make them Ideal for the first chilly nf Nebraska boys and girls at ths Rolled Oats Cookies Nebraska State Fair, doesn t like milk and he-docsn't drink it.' One cup granulated sugar, 3-4 Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Baked pear*, cc- cup lard or other shorloning, 2 eggs, Fay prefers good well water, and 1-2 cup sweet milk, 2 cups rolled chicken and eggs to any kind of oals, 2 cups pa.stry flour, I reul cooked with figs, cream, crisp He brushes his leeth wi{h soda broiled bacon, oven tonsl. intlk. cof- soda. 1 leaspcon cinn?mon, 1-2 t?a- spoon salt, 1-2 tcuspoou and salt and each night. cup seeded and chopped raisins wllh macaroni and cheese and Cream shortening and add sugar cd. Boslon brown bread nnd butter The French Line is said to slowly. Stir in 1 cup of flour. Add largest eggs well beaten. Mix and sift re- sandwiches, apple sauce, rolled oats •oustruct'.ng the icean liner, t U> the St. Nazairc. maining flour with salt and'clnna-i cookies, milk, tea. .vhich v.-ill IK over 1,025 feet long nion and acid to first mixture. Add I DINNER: Baked blucfish on bed nd weigh 03.000 tons. • ' milk and vanilla.' Dissolve soda in of sauerkraut, carrot cups filled WASH TUBES THE i'OSSE! B6.UIEF IT. CORPORRl OOMM^tJt) CftPITftN zM To REPORT To AND HIS FKIENDS MOUE TUOUHI.K! CAM F1MP A PLACE To DROP DOVJtJ AND \JJELL LAM3 IM THAT FIELP BACK OF HIM... L TO Kl-JONW VJ14O Mf± IS AMD VIMEEE HIS SM1P IS ', SAY'lHATS EPPLY5 FARM VJE'RE LAWDIKJS OML/ "TH2E£ fWUEG FRO.v, SHADYSIDE.... I THOUGMT VJ£ VJE LOTS WAT I OfOUY KS'Oij THAT FRECKLES Wit- BE N OKIE OP HIS DIVES AT LOOK MI.V OVER •• TROUBLE IWERE, TOO.... POODLE IS Nfnrllyn Halch- 4c-kll BAWDIT CAME TOO CLOSE AND TORE THE TAIL OF HIS PLAUE OtJTOPOF. RILEYS PI AWE SSWD1K3S HIM CRASH I WS TO EABTVl!

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