The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1932 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 15, 1932
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1932 BLYIHEV1LIJB. (ABK.)' COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED SECTION -* v" ecf <"« %&<*>* m .I Classified Advertising Kates Minimum Charge Hlc unto Average Words to »IJno Month rate per line, per ir.onth ••••' ^° H;>: limes, per 1!ne P 01 ' day ' 05c uiree limes per line per day ur.e time per line A U Ads run irregularly take ,ne one time rate. CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop lor eiialib and estimates. Plionu *•!-• 10k--^ ll-iu PLUMBING 1'OULTRY _ JABY CHICKS, all varieties. Custom hatehlrig solicited. Marilyn Hatchery, Blythevllle. 4cktf REDUCED RATES Oil plumbing work done before cold weather. A. O. Aitken. Call 894W. 14c-kll-U RADIO SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, estimates free. R. L. DEDMAN, Walpole Electric Shop Phone 314. :4p-kll-14 COAL AND WOOD SPACE FOR LEASE YOU CAN lease a space like this every day In the month at low cost. Phone 300. INTHE DISTRICT COURT Ol' i ol Uie records of Mississippi Coun- TilE UNITED STATES FOR ly, Avknnsas, at Ulyllicvllll!, THK JONESDORO DIVISJON i amounting W '!'«» Thomindi On« OP THE EASTERN DISTRICT!' | Hundred Ninety-two Dollars »hd OP ARKANSAS Twcniy-nve cinU 1^10,19325) and In the Matter of Mlssourl State Lite Insurance CO., jary Dth, 1933. ahd J. H. singleton, Trustee. This sale " ' ---- PI a hit me, vs. , 0% interest thereon from Kcbru- . will bo made on a credit ol three months. Any purchaser . th»n Tho Tei)hcs»e« WANTED TO BUY VS. CllUM'l Ulll?r IIIB1I AIIU olomon E. Austin, et nl. Defend-1 Joint Block Und D.nt will bj ' j retiulred to execute n note with HATCHING EGGS — Marilyn Hatchery, Blyihcvllle. 11C-K TP Traniham Coal & Transfer Co. Dealers hi Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. R. St,, Phone 964. 4C-K H-4 WE PAY CASH for old cook stoves and used furniture. Don't throw them away. Dodson Furniture Co., [301 E. Main. Phone 155. WANTED—To overhaul your elec- ] fOa g ALE _Gaod dry wood, Phone inc sweeper. Worn, guaranteed.! 712 Cooke an(1 oilliam. Heiiner ia-cinc Service, ',ij Umend . 12C-K 11-12 jura. t!o. fnone tvu. EXPERT Typewriter and adding machine repairing. U. S. Blankenship, 116 K. Rose. Phone 165W. 1C-K li-l COAL at low cash prices. Phone 48. Prompt Delivery. BLYTHEVILLE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad Sts. LOOK—Wilson is still cleaning, building and repairing flues. OH 100. 11P-K18 HOMECRAFT Bee our new attachment for making Slngcrcraft, rugs. We teach you Singer Sewing Machine Co. ICpklOlO YOU CANT RELY on "For Reni Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent that house or room. 40-K 11-4 WILL BUY Piano. Slate condition Cash price In first letter. Capt Fred Kelly, Stcele, Mo. lOc-kll MALE HELP WANTED 5c-kNov.5 JUNK, HIDES, ETC. Ol/D established manufacture wants a reliable man for n per mancnt business. Must have A- references. Slartlng average $! weekly Steady Increase up lo $1 for WANTED-Junk ot all kinds, hides, iron, copper, brass, aluminum ana lead. Wolf Arlan. Phone 176. 16ck-Oct. 16 CONKON & COMPANY. Dep . BA 2560, Minona, Minnesota. 15P-K ROOM & BOARD SITUATIONS WANTED NOTICE OK SALE NOTICE Is hereby given thnl f> l« ftp- IItn on the Reduced Finn Pricet ' Caw* rMapy Outcries LINCOLN, Neb. (UP)-Hcditted firm prides «nd rwultanl vc- duccd Income* from Urms liave been (lit csut* of niiny recent outttles from the Mrloulturnl mld- WMt. Among U* rdporta of depleted Incomes reaching A. E. Aiitierton, vsns that pi George F< BtKtell, who rctxirtcd he I' 1 " 1 rcccWed MOO liicomc-irom « 400-»cre tract of iniul, which lie rents. Bmolt's farm was planted lo 100 ncrcs ot wheat, ot which 00 neres wu plowed uy because of poor Bland. He rccehed W as -Ills share ot profit from llio remain Ing 40 acres. Draught dfunaucu -Ills corn lie cxpreues doubt that nil en- Ire .Income from the land will x . tlpO—or approximately ' 2$ per »cre. • u;. BcMr.Avenc* RICHMOND, V». (UP) - Prot- peels (or Virginia's.. 1932 crop*, based on conditions u of Sept. 1, met reported ,by the IWersl Slnlo crop, reporting service at nearly 20 per cent below the average of the past f 0 years. | This October 1st., 1033. U. L. UAINES, Commissioner^ 1-8-18 wun^t is iK'ieuy bi>uu uiui i"">^« ~j • ••-» .-*.. —« ••--1 _ ie undersigned, us Sltindlhg MM-i properly sold will be reUlned to er of the District Court ot the j secure the payment of s«l<l not* 11 ' United Slntes for the Joncsboru'. >" '"II. Division of (lie Eastern District f Arknnsas. acting under und oy htuc ot the authority of u dfc- rcc rendered by said court on the [ Oth day of September, 1933, in n cause pending therein, wherein Missouri Stale- Life insurance Com- mny and J. H. Singleton, Trustee, arc plaintiffs, and Solomon E. Austin, Lizzie Austin, U. A. Lynch. . Trustee, H. A. Klcbtm imd M.i TORONTO, Ont. (UP) — Many | Matz are the defendants, will on 1 complaints by vlsllois who Canadian Butineitmen ATOUM ToilrUti' Ire __ YOUNO LADY COLLEGE GR AD- MRS. T. Pv. WATSON— $5.50 week- UATE desires position. Experi- ly. 112 K cneny. i'none b(B. I cnced In general ofllco work, as u j -ki ll-l Ca5 hi e r restaurant hostess and in --- Z.,.»ifixin - ~ carl »S for children. Willing to work DKESSMAKliMi HOTELS "The Gott, It's a good hotel" Cafe in connection, iac-k. Oct ' RESTAURANTS . [cheap or for room and board and "" Cheap. Mrs. E. A. Fisher, 109 Kentucky. MLLING house TO THOSE seeking jobs the Courier News Want-Ads offer ! a result producing service at low TrlrT^rTwclllny w^Jhone ^08. _ FOK SALE storage tanks, all com-j '5 SS Mrs. •!. W. Wright, Prop. FOUND Oct GARAGES EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrecker Service. Peoples Garage. Phone BOS. 21P-K Oct. 21 FLOYD HAKGETTS GARAGE CHRYSLER SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K 11-8 DRUGGISTS FOR DRUGS go to the St. Ftan- . els Drug CD. Now located on Ash'Street near 6th. 23c-K Oct 23 BEAUTY 1'ARLORS EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Per n-.-nents 53.50 up. Powder Put Beauty Parlor. 21P-K Oct 2 YOU OANT RELY ori "For Ren Signs" but you can rely o Courier News Want-Ads to ren that house or room. CLEANERS, TAILORS 7C-K. AUTO GLABS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 2SC-K. Oct •- .w ^ .. . ,<„ WAY to convert old furniture clothes, and other unwanted items in J'our home Into ready | cash. Phono 306 and ask tlie Wani- Ad Taker .....she'll give you ful 1 uetalls. LOST ViH sell cheap a Simplex New Perfection distillate or fuel oil burn- r heating stove. Call 2IB-W Bx-ktl _ — | LOST—Black horse mule, -weigh iTTEimON HUNTERS. For Sale , (uo lbs __ hus sa udle on but no Out-board motors, good as new, 113^,, |{ C \vard. Notify Ttrcc bint-: sizes. Bcone Hall. lOp-k U- 10 1 Lumber Co. l.c-kl the 5th day ot November, 1933, between (he hours of Ten A. M. and Three o'clock £'. M., ftt the South entrance ut the Cowl House In the City of Blythcvllle, Arkansas, olfcr for sale to the high- rat bidder upon a credit of three mouths, the following described real estate locaicd In the Chlcka- sawba District ot Mississippi county, Arkansas, to-wlt! North twenty-eight acres (28) of the Southwest Quarter; aiid (ho Scuth twenty-two acres 2) of the Northwest Quarter of Section 'Twenty-three 123), In Township Fifteen (15) North; Range Ten (10) East, containing in all 50 acres, more or less. ' THE purcnascr at suld sale wll be required to execute n bond will ccurlly to be approved by th standing Master, for the purchas jrice of said rcnl estate, and r Ion on said properly will be re allied. Said sale will ue mad or the purpose of satisfying th udgment mentioned in said dc crce, and Is made subject to th confirmation of the court, F. C. MULLINIX, Standing Mastu R. B. McCulloch, Marrliuma, Ark. Solicitor for Plaintiffs. 1-8-15-2 FOR SALE REASONABLE—Slightly used portable typewriter. Call 868-W. FOR RENT STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE OR TRADE—blpton show case, bins, shelving and tire FURNISHED house, five room bath, garage, servant house 13' Chickasawba. Call Ki 01 a»..10cVt liiB refusetl the exchniige prc- iuin on Truveleis 1 cheques ot e American Bankers Aisocln- on. are coming to the Toronto cm-cullon und Tourist Awiocla- on offices, cays E. R, Powell, lector. The action of some Tor- inlo inerolinnls may seriously. l»- irc Canada's tourist business, he | mis. "When we advertise lh<t »10fl merlcan Is worth $UO-|ll5.1n nnadlnu money, JciKiwIlitg-ution ally fluctuation:!, mid ofter thW s tm inducement to United.Spates itlzens to sjiend their vacation icre, resentment 1? hlsh when .the isltors do not receive lhe- ; 'prehi- uin that Is rightly their due," 'owell said, NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S) SALE Notice Is hereby given thai u: iler a decree of the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, Chickasawba District, entered on the 28th day of April, 1032, In the case of The Tennessee Joint Stock, Land Bank, Boston U. Opins Unu»utl Course for Teacher* BOSTON (UP)—Whal New.Ens and teachers should know- about New England to .give tlielr. slu dents the facts' about their.• 6*n economic nncl social envlrolimch will be taught this ytar In in '4h nual course by the Boston Urn veislty Scliool of Education. Th course WHS arranged hi co-opera tion with the New England:Cbun cil. ' ' Titled "Education for Ncw.Eng land," the course consists, of series of individual lectures, t economic and social conditions schools to them. -rop, reducing Us production lo -, .111 tsllniaturt 10 busncls per acre and feder.1 crop .tat.,. ..... , »il * AHI lll\U BAOtTvttr jV\AttfeESS OF VOUR. STAtL, HUNT VOR NOUT2, BANK "ROLL I LIGHT NEST 0^ fcr-APTlE-Sf I BEEN TirAEr"'ON'- \NHV-AK-"? lV\_ "BE-T THOSE BOTTLtS SUPPE-D BY SOMt "RAfSCAL et al., vs. Clyde Robinson, el -, 19c-klU-l9- NO 5m< as commissioner nji- , rack. Phone 202-W. FARM LANDS 19n-k 10-19 FURNISHED five room house, 209 — Kentucky. Mrs. AUie Slsk. Call » 13c-ktf •' ln i FOR RENT—One small furnished FOR SALE—53 acres in cultivation. 1 apartme nt; two 3-room and one 3 houses, big barn, In 0 miles J 5i];c)om apar t men t unfurnished. *'" ihffr of Blytheville. 1 school. $25.0" Phone 887 or HATS CLEANED and re-shaped 15c Hudson Tailor Shop, Phone 53. 12C-KH-12 mile of good r acre, tern W. T. Bainett. 6C-K-TF Rent reasonable to satisfactory tenants. Frank C. Douglas, Phones 383 or 454. ' 14c-ktf ATTENTION — Men's overcoats cleaned and hats blocked. Ladies lur trimmed coats mir specialty. Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone 171. 6p-K 11-6 DON'T THROW THEM AWAY. We re-line, re-model and repair coats and suits for men and women. Experienced tailor and experienced dressmaker. Hudson Tailor Shop. 12C-K 11-12 DAIRIES FRESH—A Grade Milk delivered night and morning. O. W. Lewis, Phone 817. 10P-K 11-10 ELECTRICAL Dust-proof bags, Brushes and rubber-covered cord for your electric sweeper. Hefner Electric Service, % Gillen Furniture, Call Mr. Bargain Hunter Now is the golden opportunity to buy a 40 or 80 or larger farm. Improved land can be bought at prices ranging from S15 lo $40 per acre, cash or terms. If you buy a home this fall it will increase in value, pay a good dividend and help make a living. We can locate you, write or phone. G. G. CAUDILL Box 188 Phone 197 15C-K 11-15 MODERN 5 room huUse, Ash and Division. Apply 1315 W. Main. 11C-K19 | FOR RENT—Comfortabb bedroom with twin beds, private family. Kitchen privileges it desired. 700 1W; Main St. 14p-kl8 WANTED LIVE STOCK FOR SALE—24 head Hampshire hogs, registered or subject, var- ous ages. Sec Joe Craig, S, Franklin St. C80. , I3c-klll3 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, fixtures and wiring. WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Phone 314 Mp-kll-14 FARMERS having livestock to sell or if they desire to buy they ill find it convenient and economical to use Courier fjens Wane- Ads. GREEN I-EAF CAKE *: FRUIT STAND Regular Meals a Specialty. All you can cat 25c, with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. Sec me for wholesale prices on apples. BUCK MEIIARG, Proprietor We Deliver 312 E. Main 13P-K17 AUTOMOTIVE FIRST CLASS waterproof cover for trucks and wagons. Carney Awning company, Phone 643. 17p-kOct -IOOM AND BOARD ill private home by lady. Give price and ocalion. Address "LMC" Courier. 13p-kl7 EOPLE who read these columns mean business. They are not eading it just to pass the tune way. They are definitely look- ng for offers which meet their needs. Let us write yours. doar ol tnc Court House in (ho City of BIythevill<e, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within the hoUrs prescribed by law for Judicial sales he following descrloea real estate Ituaiccl In the County of Mls- isslppi and State of Arkansas, tovit: West Half or Northeast Quarter and East Half ol East Half of Northeast Quarter of Section 10; West Half of Northeast Quarter of Section Eleven; all In Township Fifteen Nortli, Range Eleven East, containing 200 acres, more or less. This sale will be made subjec to such general and special laxe as (remain unpaid at the time c tlie sale and subject lo the right* of the receiver to gather and re move 1932 crops; and,' as specific ally directed in said decree, (h sale will also be made subject t the unmatured portion of th indebtedness due Tile Tcnnessc Joint Stock Land Bank describe- in nnd secured by deed of tru of record In Bcok "A-l". page 56 Hook forts, used by people-of't ar North many centuries.a&p.'a eportcd found In Kodlak/, Islam laska. AMt)N(i By 'Mtrtiu 0>O VOI\Ntf S AX) TO OF "WE. SCN"b XO / WOWOttWOY. *6MW VirV COWSVNCttLY OM MV C5UA,«D sar —- t T . err.c WASH TUBBS "BULL GETS THE JOHI Bjr GCBM iXfdfW Twm 0? FORTOHt OJUTf OF OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs "wisc»«f Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Pho»e 810-777 FOR SALE—New and Used Aul Parts. Jackson Auto Parts Co., 2020 \V Main, Phone 66. 3c-K Nov 3 FOR SALE—SAVE on Goodyear Tires and Tubes, auto accessories, new and rebuilt batteries, Mo- tcirine OU, l!c quart. Wolf Arlan, Phone 176. 16ck-Oct. 10 SECOND HAND FURNITURE See Us First R. J. Dodson W1-M3 t.. FOR SALE—Model "A" 116 Ton Ford Truck. Perfect condition. Very reasonable. John C. McHaney. Jr., "The. Monument Man". / 23c-k'-TF See Weisburd And See Belter EVES TESTED FKEE And GUsscs Vittc<l Sinclair G»s & Oil. Greasing, wash- ins;, U. S. Tires. Day and Night Service. Phone 555. 24p-kOct. 24 OF CMWH t^y TO OF OMVN SHRU& EWOT10M OF COMTEMVT W WHOSE TRVCr'.ERS ^ UtS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS RACK TO NORMAL! TO OCWlAWMD WOT.8UNIPS OFF TI*T *WAB, LETS SWAP WHAT HAVE you to s\vap? Get results—It costs only a few cents a day. WILL TRADE for set of children's | books or sell, cheap, a complete 1 set of Alexander Hamilton's busl-' ness books. Address "U". Courier News. 28X-K-TP' FRIENDS HAVE "CALLED osi HIM AMD HEARD HIM RELATE HIS ADVENTURE VJITW THE. BAWPIT • AK10 ASAIM I'LL SAY.' BUT WAIT TLL ME r-WDs CUT 1 V>JOR^ HE HAS TO MAKE UP SCHOOL... BOY- YEP'. Riteysiwb STOP OFF AM'-uer ME

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