The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1932 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 18, 1932
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, OCTOBER 18, 1932 ^BLYTHEVILLE, NEWS d ASS a HEP SECTION - Classified Advertising Kates Minimum Charge 50c CUIHI 5 Average Words to a Line Mcnili rate per Hue, per niontli i 60o Six times, per line per day . 05c Three times per line per day OOC One time per line lOc All Ads run irregularly take the one time rale. BUSINESS DIRECTORY KIKKINDALL'S 5-10-250 Store. Home ol bargains. Save a walk. 28P- K Oci 28 PLUMBING REDUCED RATES on plumbing work done before cold weather. A. G. Aitkcn. Call 89*W. Mc-kll-U HADIO SERVICE UADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, estimates free. R. L. DEDMAN, Watpole Electric Shop, Phono 314. Hp-kll-H QUICK SEKVICE on all ly|K>s or radios. Winch for our advertising car. Parkhurst Co. Phone 57. 18p-kll-18 'J'AXl IN A HURRY? CALL STRINGER TAXI PHONE 279 18P-K 11-lli WANTED—To overhaul your elcc-' — - trie sweeper. Work guaranteed,! COAL AND WOOD Hclfiicr Electric Service, To GiHen's Turn. Co. Phone 680. •28C-K Get 28 EXPERT Typewriter and adding machine repairing. U. S. Blank- cnshlp, 116 E. Rose. Phone 165W. 1C-K 11-1 HOMECRAFT Sec our new attachment for making Sinaercraft, rugs. We teach you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 10pkl019 YOU CANT RELY on 'Tor Hent Signs" but you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent thut house or room. HOTELS "The Goff, It's a good hotel". Cafe In connection. 23c-k Oct 23 RESTAURANTS BEST EATS in town. Open day ;ind night. Green Beetle Cafe. Mrs. J. W. Wright, Prop. 23p-k Oct, 23 'GARAGES EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrecker Service. Peoples Garage. Phone fiW. 21P-K Oct. 21 Trantham Coal & Transfer Co. Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. R. St., Phone Dl>4. 4C-K 11-4 FOR SALE-Good dry wood, Phone 712. Cocko and Gilliam. 12C-K 11-12 WHAT HAVE you 10 swap? Get results—It costs only a lev; cents ri day. i , POULTRY BABY CHICKS, all varieties. Custom hatching solicited. Marilyn Hatchery, Blythevlllc. 4cltt( SPACE FOR LEASE YOU CAN lease a space like this every day In the month at low cost. Phone 306. WANTED TO HUY HATCHING EGGS Hatchery, Blytheville. • Murllyn 11C-K TF bo required 10 execute bond wl'h approved security lo secure llu- payment of Ids bid, uml u Ili-n ! bo ivtnliud uiwii the prop-1 city there tor. | II. L. OA1NES, Commissioner In Chmicciy. Reid. Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys, fcr ['hlnliff. WE PAY CASH for old cook stoves and used furniture. Dop.'t throw them nwny. Dodson Furniture Co., 301 E. Main. Phone 155. 4C-K 11-4 SITUATIONS WANTED COAL at low cash prices. Phon'c 48. Prompt, Delivery. BLYTHEVII.LE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad Sts. 5c-kNov.5 YOUNG LADY COLLEGE GRADUATE deslrce position. Experienced In general office work, as cashier, restaurant hostess and In caring for children. Willing to work cheap or for room and board mid small salary. Address "S" Courier New*. S-x-tl ROOM & BOARD MRS. T. R. WATSON--$5.50 weekly. 112 E. Cherry. Phone 602. 1P-K 11-1 DRESSMAKING SEWING, alterations, mending. Cheap. Mrs. E. A. Fisher, 109 W. Kentucky. COATS JiELINED, alterations and hats retrimmed. Miss Ruth Thompson, GoIT Hctel. 17C-K 11-17 FLOYD HARGETTS GAHAGE CHRYSLER SPECIALIST. OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K 11-3 DRUGGISTS FOB DRUGS go to the St. Francis Drug Co. Noiv located on Ash Street near 5th. 23c-K Oct 23 BEAUTY PARLORS" EXPERT BEAUTY Service. Per- "m-nents S3.50 up. Powder Pull Be.iuty Parlor. 21P-K Oct 21 YOU CAN'T IS ELY on "For Rent Signs" out you can rely on Courier News Want-Ads to rent thai house or room. CLEANERS, TAILORS HATS CLEANED nnd rc-slmped, 75c. Hudson Tailor Shop, Phone 33. 12C-K11-I2 SUPERIOR DYE WORK ATTENTION -- Men's overcoats cleaned nnrt hats blocked. Ladies fur trimmed ccats our specialty. Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone 171. Gp-K 11-li DON'T THROW THEM AWAY. We ro-lino, re-model and repair coats and suits for men and women. Experienced tailor and experienced dressmaker. Hudson Tailor Shop. 12C-K n-ii DAIRIES FRESH—A Grade Milk delivered night ami morning. O. W. Lewis. Phone 877. 10P-K 11-10 ELECTRICAL Dust-proof bop, Brushes and ruh- her-covered cord for your electric sweeper. Hslfncr Electric Service, T c Gillcn Furniture, Call C80. 13c-kll!3 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, fixtures and wiring. WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Phone 314 14p-kll-14 CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop lor repairs and estimates. Phone 442. 10P-K 11-10 GREKN' J,Ei\F CM'K & FKT11T STAND Regular Meals a Specially. All you can cat 25c. with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. See me (or wholesale prices on apples. BUCK MKIIARG, Proprietor We Deliver 312 E. Main OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs 'wiccivci' Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 810-177 SECOND HAND FURNITURE S«e Us Kirst R. J. Dodson _^ SO 1-363 F.. u'»l» See Weisburd And Sec Better EVES TESTED FRKE .And Glasses Filled FOR SALE FILLING STATION, dwelling house, 3 storage tanks, all combined. Good business. Will sell cheap. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K. 11-7 AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS U'JC-K. Oci 'A Will sell cheap a Simplex New Perfection distillate or fuel oil burn-' cr heating stove. Call 202-W 8x-ktl ATTENTION HUNTERS. For. Sale . ^Oui-board motors, good as new, 3'sizes. Boone Hall. lOp-k n-10 FOB SALE REASONABLE— Slightly used portable typewriter. Call 868-W. 12x-ktf FLORENCE WATER Heater and 2-burncr New Perfection portable stove with oven. Call 230. 17C-K20 STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE OR TRADE—Lupton show case, bins, shelving and tire rack. Phone 202-W. lOp-k 10-10 FARM LANDS FOR SALE—53 acres in cultivation. 3 houses, big barn. In C miles ot Blythevllle. l mile of good school. $25.00 per acre, terms. Phone 887 or W. T. Barnett. 6C-K-TF HAVE house and lot to trade for Farm l^ind. Dougan. Eddie Burks, 130 I8C-K24 Mr, Bargain Hunter Now is Ihc goirien opportunity to buy a -!0 or 80 or larger farm. Im- proral lands can be bought at prices rnnging from $15 to $40 por acre, cash or terms. If you buy a home this fall it will increase in value, prfy a good divi- dent and help make a living. We can locate you, write or phone. 0. 0. CAUDILL Ro\ 188 Phone VST 15C-K 11-15 LIVE STOCK FARMERS having livestock to tell or if they desire to buy they will find it convenient and economical to use Courier News Wain- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE s Wants i credit of three months, lli'!i "ollowlug described property, to-! Lots Three (3) nnd Four (•!), In Block Foui (-I), of the Muvsli ! Addition to Ihc City of Uly- i IliovlUe, Arkansas. The purchaser nt said \20 rods; lliciic'c Kiist' 53 1-3 rods 10 the Norlhcns'. comci> of Mild sccilon; Iliencc South ISO rods lu the point Ukon for A point of beginning. The inirchnser ut sntil sute will bidder, on » crfdlt-,of.('hre«"mon- Scnlomhw'*< ths. nt ih* iSmt • H™*, „» „,. "Wniw.W, jlio ivt|iLlied to \\m u- bond with n|l- to secure pnymcilt tallied upon Ilic propcity (licrefc*. H. I.. GAINES, Commissioner In Clumccry. Hi'ld, Kvmnl As Henderson, Attorneys for 1'lnlnlllt. 11-18 nt tht iront door ol the Coin L Hodse,"' t*t*ectr"tne- 'hours prescribed by taw, In the city of Wythevllh', Arkatttaa, on the sist d»y of October, Wl, the Mow- THE pUrchtser 4t ttid **te vUi be required to execute bond with approved iecurity, to «cure UK payment of the purchiw money and t lien will be-ret*lned upon raid property op addition*! »ecur- Hy Jor tbt payment' ol wch pur- chwo nspn«y, • WITNESS my hand win the wU •or said Court, on this, the 7m COMMISSIONKll'S SA1.K NOVICE I'm-cimnt lo thu decree of the «.»i*,™ of MI,,*,, c^-ir cTr^iLS 1 err;™ . undcrsluncd will, wltliln lawful . . . - "iniinu .-• hours on the Dili dnv ol Novcm- Loan Association vs. A. G. llali.j ^ , BM wl| R( „ j,.^ ^ ct ul., (ho undci-slancd will, with-, lh , Court i, ol|S , ,„ „,„ ty, Arkiinsas, rendered In the of In lawful hom fi on ef Novnnber 1932, fioiu door of the the 5th <!.,,- nlvlhcvi | ICi Al - kmwiSi lu , Hlythevllle, Av Iglicsl und bcsi credit of tlnci- TO THOSE seeking jolia the Courier Nc«s Want-Ads offer a result producing service nt low cost. Phone 30C. FOUND PURSE containing money, article. Owner can liavjFsame by Identifying and paying for tid. Lunsford, 1501 West Main. J. E. 17P-IU9 A WAY to convert old furniture, clothes, and other unwanted ll«ns in your. home into reaay cash. Phone 306 and ask the Want- Ad Taker she'll give you lull details. LOST in Ihc city of kansns, to the 1 bidder, upon n months, t!ic (ollnwlng properly, lo-vvil: Lot Twelve (IL'I, and Ills Kn« Half of Lol Eleven (11), In Block Two (2), of Ihe Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's Sccand Addition lo the City of Blythcvlllc, Arkansas. The purchaser at snid sale will be required lo give bond wilh (lie Men approved security to secure payment ot his bid, and a ivill be retained upon the property therefor. R. L. GA1NES. Commissioner In Clmnccry. Held, Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 11-18 sell, ill in-i , s , 1U)<1 Ucst hlddcr, UIXMI n c: Court Hor,>.-lur three moullis, ihe folWlm; dc- FtTllml property, (o-wlt: l*t Ten (lu) ; in nlofk Flvi! (C). of Ihc HlBhlunrt 1'lace Ad- diilon to-the CHy of Blythc- villc, Ai-knnsus. The purchnsn ul said sale wll be required to give bond wllh up proved security to secure llu: pay menl of his bid. nntl A lien wll bb retained ujion Ihn property therefor. R. L. OAINES, Commissioner In Chnnccry Reid, Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys for Plalnlin. 11-18 CCHUIISSIOMill'S SALE NOTICK Pursuant lo (he decree of (he Chancery Court fcr Ihc Chlckn- LOST-.Tarpaulm on BarHeld road. I f™ba District of Mississippi Coim- Ira Gray, Phone 142. 18p-k21 l>1 Alk »'«««- 'c»dered In Ihc case LOST—Black horse mule, weighs 100 Ibs., ha? sndSle on but not bridle Reward. Notify Tnrcc States Lumber Co. l.c-klE FOR RENT FURNISHED house, five rooms, bath, garage, servant 1306 Chickasawba. Call 83 or 280. lOclctQ MODERN 5 rcom house, Ash and Division. Apply 1315 W. Main. 11C-K19 FOR RENT—Seven room house r.t| of If. Highmi, et nl., vs. __ Denbow, ct nl., the undersigned «lll. within lawful liourr, on tho Stli day of November, 1932, sell, at (he front door o( the Courl House in the city of Blythevillc. Arkansas, to the hlyhcst nnd best bidder, upon n credit of thvcc months, (lie following itcscrlbed properly, tc-wlt: The undivided Iwo-nftlis Interest of Marvin and Franklin Deubow, In and to. 132 acres of land In Section 33, Township 15 North, Range 0 East, known' as LoUs 5, e and 7 In said section, ' ,'' The- purchaser at said sale will 18C-K22 916 West Ash. Phone 151.^ -be required to give bond with approved security to secure the payment of his bid, and a lien will be retained ntwii the proiierty Ihcrcfor. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner in Chancery. Reid, Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. FOR RENT-One small furnished apartment; two 3-room and one 5-room apartment unfurnished. Rent reasonable to satisfactory tenants. Frank C. Douglas, Phones 323 or 454. Uc-klf YOU CANT RELY on "For Rent Signs" but Courier N'ev.s that house or room. you can rely on \Vnnl-Ads lo rent PEOPLE who read these columns mean business. They art not rending it just to pass the time away. They are definitely looking for offers which meet their needs. I/et us write yours. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE Pursuant to the decree of the Chancery Court ior the Cliicto- sawlja District ol Mississippi County, ArknnsiiE, tendered In the case of Union Savings Building ,& Loan Association vs. Tom A. Little, et nl., the- undersigned will, within lawful ho'.irs on the 5th day of November. 1932, sell, at the front 3oor of the court house hi Ilic city of Blythcvlilc, Arkansas, tc Ihe highest ar.d best bidder, upon 11-1R COMiMISSrOMCH'S SAI.K NOTICE Pursuant to the decree of the Chancery Court for the Chlcka- sawha District of Mississippi Coun- ly, Arkansas, rendered in Ihc eusu of St. Louis Union Trust Company vs. G. \V. Crawford, ct u].. the undersigned will, within lawful hours on the 5th clay of November, 1932, sell, nt the front door of the Court House in the eity of Blythevillc, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, uixm a credit ol Ihrce months, (he following dc.-cribcd properly, toivlt: Beginning at the Southeast corner cf the Northeast Quarter of Section 3D, Township 10 North, Range 10 East, and running North 40 rods for n point of beginning; llicncc West 53 1-3 reds; (hence North COMMISSIONER'S S,\I,K NOTICF I'lirsimnl lo n decree of the Clmnccry Coml for Die Clilckn- suwbn District or Mississippi Conn (y, Arkansas, In the nisc of Unior Snvluijs llulldiiiB & Loan Assocln- tlon vs. J. W. Under, ct nl., Ihe unilcislijned will, wllhin Inivfti hours on Ihe Dili dny ot November, 1032, sell, Rt the front (loo of the court house I ho clt; of Blylhevllle, Arkunsas, to the highest and best bidder, upon credit of three months, Ihc [allowing described properly, to-wll Lot Six (0), in Ulock Flvt IS), of the Duvls Secant! Addition to the City ot Blythcvlllc, Arkansas. The piirclmser at said sale wll be required to give bond with np proved security lo secure the pny ment of his bid, am! a lien • will be retained upon the property therefor. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner In Chancery, Reid, Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys Ior Plalntill. 11-1B COMMISSIONER'S SAt.K NOTICE Puvsimnt to (he decree of the Clmnccry Courl for the Chlckn- sawba Dislrlct of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered In the case or Mrs. G. G. Tucker, et nl., vs. C. II. Ashcrall. el nl., the undersigned will, within lawful hours on the 5lh dny of November, 1032, sell, nt (he from door the Courl House In the city Blylhevillc, Arkansas, lo Hie highest and fcsl bidder, i,|xm credit of Ihree inonlhs, the following described properly, to-wlt; Lot Seven (7). of Mrs. O. G. Tucker's Subdivision, carved. out of the Soulliensl Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 28, Township 16 North, Range 11 East, In Mississippi County, Arkruisns. Tlic purchaser nl said sale will be required io give bond with approved" security to secure the payment of Ills bid, nnd a Hen ' will IK retnitied upon the proper.y Ihcrefor. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner In Chance -j. Reid, Evrard ,t Henderson, Atlorncys fcr Pliilntilf. WASH TUBES 6«T, BUU, HE'S IAN BUCJHE. ChN'T I MM GOOD EV? FOR SALE—New and Used Auto. 1 Paris. Jackson Auto Parts Co I 2020 W. Mnin, Phone G6. | 3c-K Nov 3 FOR SALE— Model "A" l'£ Ton Ford Truck. Perfect condition. . Very reasonable. John C. McHancy. Jr., "The :tfonument Man", 23c-k-TF Sinclair Gas & Oil. Greasing vash- ing, U. S. Tires. Day and Night service. Pnone 555. 24p-kOct. 2* WATERPROOF Covers for trucks and wagons. Carney Awning Co., 113 S. First St., Phone C43. 17P-KII-I7 N'E\V FORD BATTERIES ' Rental batteries, recharging and rcpalr- ng. 777 Tire & Battery Station 18C-K 11-18 WILL TRADE for set of children's books or sell, cheap, a complete °f Alexander Hamilton's busi- ,, s books. Addi-ess "H". Courier 11 News. 2PX-K-TP SCRW, ' MORE i nir.s IN fROMT\ A rtRIN 1 tatlAQ, TOO. S«001 MS I 60TTP, STOP IT. I 60TTA vO SOMETWH&. THERE'S t40T C, MIMUT6 TO IOSE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS { MY GOSti'. DID 7 YOU FELLOV/S L see WAT L WcK ?/yA B ^ 1 — i „ ^y\ IF AH UJCH.. IAA <3OMG OVER AMD /5=^ TALK TO THIS COMMIBSIONEH'S- 8AI.K he uiidurBtilMd coaimMLoiicf, in ompllaneo with Ihu tcniu or B *CM» rendered by the Clmncery the Chlckoimvvbix ing rcul estate, Lots Nine (0) and Ten (10), Hlocic -u", Junes Addition to rlcl of MlatUllppl County, Ar :»ti3R3, on the atth d»y ol 8cp Loin AMOeUtlon tlu) City of BlytherUie, Ar- kniuas. SAil) snlc will bo lm<l lo satisfy dny of October, 1932. (MINES,-, In Chancery. SEAKCHfeD &VER.V ' NOOK WHEPE 1 MIGHT HAVE BUT HANGED \Y- I CAN IT I — SO I AM GOING OUT NOW TO CONSULT WITH FORTUNE ABLE TO BRING TO LlfcKT, TROM MY SUBCONSCIOUt? MIND, ^^ THE TOT?<iOTTEN Hm\Na FOUMD oMLV AND YOU ONCE WON IN A IT'& ENOU6H MON&V Hit), THE FOTCTUN& TELLER MAV GN& UP HIS ANT5.CRVSTAJL TIFTY-Fl^TY WITH GR. T-lNWc IT / 01N6 "FOT3. OUYSCDE TOR ^At "VOli ME DOT OF FAIL 010 EAS-i W TflHt UK£ THIS. H'S ft, urc oe. eM>\. i CiOTtr\ IT QUICK. BUT WOT? \ 00? 1 GOT It'. "IAWIKE (SUNS! WHAT'S THIS? ME? SHUCKS.' rve PLAYED FOOTBALL ON CORNEC ' UOTS-ANO BESIDES, I'M KINDA.UGH SAY-' V/H/ DlDMT •fo<J THEM OUT WE WISH SCHOOL I DiDWT HL l »T HIS OLD ROT- BALL 'J WASH HAS AN IDE

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