The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 21, 1934
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1934 BUYTHBV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE CLASSIFIED SECTION - a Directory of the City's Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate £*r Una tar consecutive bisections: (FJve average words to a line) One time per line :.,... lOo Two tinies per line per day .. 08c Three times per Uric per day .. 06c Six times per lino per day ,.'05o Month rale per Una 60c Minimum charge 50o Ads ordcrca lor Uiree or sU times and stopped before explra- uoii will b<! charged for the mim DOT of times the ad appeared and adustincnt ol Dill tnaae. All Classlfleo Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out' side ol the city must tie accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect in. eertion of any classified ao. Advertising oracred for' irregular loser lions lake the one time rate PHILLIPS' USED CARS REAL VALUES IN USED CARS '30 CHEVROLET SEDAN .. ? 'JO FOR I) CABRIOLET .... 5195 '33 CHEVROLET COIU'E .... $135 '33 FORD BE LUXE COUI'E. Humble Seal S445 '33 roilD V-8. TUDOll SEOAN S115 '33 CUEV1COLET COACH .. $145 TRUCKS anil TRAILEKS '29 '30. CHEVROLET V,i TON TRUCK 59 CHEVROLET l',i TON TRUCK. 157 Inch Whcul- basc_ ..' $285 '39 FORD 1>4 TON TRUCK. Closed. Cab, Dual Wheels, I-irsc Bpdy $18; '30 FORD PICK-HI 1 . Cab Closed $185 KING It A M TRAILER. Dual Whfjtlt. A BarKata '.'..-. $IS 'WE '['At CASH FOR " Ii00l> USED CAKS PHILLIPS' USED CAR LOT Corner Walnut ft 1st Streets OPEN NIGHTS 'TIL » IViV Phone 813 ' Business jLfirectpry I Real Estate SEE OUR pfSPLAY OP Arkansas Pottery st prices—Lovely gifts Parkhurst's Farmers! 'on furnish the COTTON, we.fur- nish tile labor and 8 a/., ticking nd make you an excellent, nmt- rcss for $6.50. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED J. W. Jenkins & Son Upholsterers ne s. n, n.—Phone 139 RITE 1'RICE GROCERY BUY GROCERIES RIGHT COMPLETE LINE OP FANCY fe STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, E'UO- DUCE, FLOUR, MEAL, ETC. Ill Old P. Q. Bldjj. Phone 234 We Deliver For Sale 320 norcs land. Just ulV Hlglnvny Sil, south of town. Fine tract. $75 Per Acre—luisy Terms 320 acres land, near Osccola. Well improved. $75 PIT Acre—Kasy Tunis Store building nuci 5 room residence on same lot. Wist Main St. Wonderful location for cash «ro- cery. Cost. $0,150. First oil ol $1750 OX TERMS Will Buy It Thomas Land Co. Filling Stations Southern Service Station • Stcclc, Mo, I'lilllliw i>o ANTI-KNOCK GASOLINE TAX 1'Aii) IT 2'1 flour Bcrvlco SI loo licpairing • WINTER is HBBEI- Vill your blus now. wltU (he '"us Manic Kid Ash Coal— llKlt, low 1|| or Mnjestjo (Juallty Circle Illluofa Cojl, liffi iliiallly from Wcsltni Kentucky. Kentucky. PEED—SEED WOOD—KJNDLINQ WE CAN SAVE YOUMONEY ^ HEATERS WASHING MACHINES tas and Electric AMMUNITION Quail, duck & sctuirrc] luads HARNESS our stock is complete IMPLEMENTS and repairs for AVERY, MOL1NE VULCAN & BLOUNT Land Buyers Opporltinily Surely, when undeveloped lands in /ome sections i\rc selling Iron) 520 o $10 per acre, with higher taxes, ends outside of Levee nt $10 to 15 |>cr acre, with taxes ahoiit 20 (• 25 tents per acre, and lands ml are rich and productive must, n eood buy for any one who ants undeveloped land. Come In let's talk it over. W. M. Burns Agency Grand Leader Building Phones 243 and 212 j Out Vuiir SHOKS ready for wln- i tcr,,Neiveit'niiithliic just, nibtnl- jli'il. Every jui> liii.-iniiiterii ur nwn'ry ircfiin'iled. ' E. E. Ratcliff. Across ti'oiu llubbard Ildiy. Co. We solicit your. paU'oimgo on llic asla ot high qimltty products, low ash prices, prompt scrvlco mid loncsl dealing. Voii^get what you pay lor hero. I'armors Cash Feed & Seed Co. J, \V. Parker, prop. Phone 137 Pay. us a visit and be convinced PAULBYRUM 120 East Main "TRUE VALUE" RADIOS Battery & Electric Sets Best Value for tile Price Oberst Store Co. Factory Authorized FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE Factory Trained Mechanics Day 67—Phone—Night 382 407 Main Si. E. Ii. GEE SALES CO. Chitwood & Weidman ELECTRICAL WIRING Sheet Metal Work Metal Flues Automotive "WINTER^AUTO SPECIALS" Prcstonc, Alcohol, Heaters, Ue- frpstcrs, WlUard Batteries. LET US PREPAEE YOU FOR WINTER Hubbaid Hdw. Co. AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Phone 476 Phone SPECIAL PRICES FIX YOUR, CAR FOR WINTER Cheapest Prices Paint jobs, uepairinj bodies, Si- moiming, Changing Transmissions, Washing & Greasing with IHarfak Grease & Quaker SUlc oil. John Hearn—Jimmie Binkley BAH^fI',•Tr AUTO SALES CO. Phone 888 HAVE YOUR BATTERY HE- CHARGED BEFORE COLD WEATHER J. Ben Clune 13ATTERY SERVICE At TORI w. Jackson's Station Ash & 2nd Phono 8—Residence 211-W Eggs, Poultry Buy FRESH EGGS the day they are laid. At PICKARD'S store, 1044 Chickasavvba, or direct from our hennery. Brtween P. O. & Crevrolet Bldg Phone 266 AUTO GLASS ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 PEKMANENTS None Belter - - Special I'riccs Barrett's Beauty Shop 60C N. 5th - - Telephone Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Phone 26 fry om 3000 mile SOLES—proof of Simon P. Lee Oldest shoe maker In county "Trade With A Pioneer" 111 S. R a llroud For Sale BARGAINS In Used Heaters.. Hubbard Hdw. Co. GOOD 1100 JMimd MULES. SCO Klarlln Uimch, Ynrln-o. IOC MO Wanted To Kent WrlaUt a|)oni!oh,, Pocnliont dilute iiud bcii, 1\\\; nnd Mi's, Miss Dn'rk'iirn . 'nndorbllt's di'fcnt ii of Tennessee In Nils clny. Mr. niul Mrs. 11. visiled their clHiighlc . Kochler, In Dell Suminy. "Superintendent lil Miss Clui'lcc Little wen lio. nt school Monduy on illness. The. Missionary Snd Methodist Chnvch m lioiiic of Mrs. J. T. )'( nflcrnoon, Ihc pudding is Uie cnlhiy. \Vlicu! you get a good thine; remember where you yot It, PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP 103 South 2nd St. Position Wanted W. J. KNOX Having made. :ill kinds of shoos for ABNORMAL feet, can' repair shoes to correct ABNORMAL fee 1 .. WANTKD TO RENT—Good pilWO. Must, be reiisonable. Good cure and proper liming assured. L. K Tull, 1302 Hearn St. 20|> k23 Jim. 1, nil licei' drinki to sit down, the stiitc hus ordered, Beer ]: iroyldc. stools or cluilr; The ruling w«s nm< •owilylsm nn<l nghtiiiE iirevnlcnl ut "brass rail" Joints. Personal Will do STENOGRAPHIC-work nt night. Reasonable rales. Call 306 or 792. Restaurants Best Oysters & River Cat Fish Chicken Dinners Every l)aj Jimmie O'Brien 105. S. Se'conrl Goal & Wood My Coal Is Hluck liul I treat you While, I r i]| up now. JOHN IIUCItANAN - I'HONE tOI Harcliii-Bavroh 'Coal Co. Yards nt Stcrnbcrg Gin Phone 11C ^ For Rent 3 room FURNISHED Apartment near school. 014 Hcnrn. l!)p k2G 4 Rooms and Bnth, WARD Apartment on W. Ash. Furnished. Vacant Dec. 1. Call G50 or OC8. We kit HIGH GRADE KENTUCKY COAL, nil sizes; ALABAMA RED ASH '& QUICK FIRE ALABAMA'.?-. WOOD, KINDLING, CORN, HAY If you arc down In the mouth, think of Jonah: he came out alright." BEDROOM, slcam heat, garage. Men preferred. Oil W. Ash. C 560. • »•- - . all -il 3 room FURNISHED APARTMENT, garage. 1315 W. Main. Call 335-W. 2-ck-lf BEDROOM; adjoining bath, lien preferred. 212 w. Kentucky. Telephone 080. . 8-ck-tI TWO nicely FURNISHED B13D- EOOMS. aioderalcly priced. Mrs. E. A. Fisher, 101 E. Davis. 24-pk-M WASH TUI5BS $25 REWARD For information lending lo thq sir- rest and conviction of, parties who snmshcd Guard's window 'Monday. Nov. 12. V. E. Tomllhsbn, Chief of Merchant's Patrol I3c kl2 the City's Wants i 1 . u nd 'Mi's, r. niici Mrs. lontiu, \VI1- lliy liochcl, John Kolsci', Hilly UT Ki'Hnev •miller visit- Siilimliiy. : wllncsicd II 1C hiimls ivlllc Siilui- '. Dwmvnnl Mrs. Otto ny. I'IBB mid •c nimble tn i uccoiiiil or lety of the id nt the J olk Moiulny list .Sit l>)--Sturtlng :vs will have Hi|ur>r lioard nrlor.s must tor piUrons. n lo rpflncn PaylcsjJob— Npt • \ Without Profit ST. [,OUJS (UP) _ H jmys lo l"k(i a Job tilllmiu |iny. At, lenst Cicoiuc K. Fischer, yomiis Kriidii- »ti! nrclilltvl, iJoiuilli'ss [inu job- loss, who look » position without rcinijiH'taUoii, will aver thnl It pays. . • | In May, )IM, 1'jscte- applied to 1 lli<! City plun commission foi 1 n joU, Mutiny M'ns mil iii'iill«Wo to] lilrc him, norland TJarlii'ulcincw, cuiisultliii! «ngliiCLT told litni, mid-! .UK Hint "If you wnnl to work [or nolliliii! until ruiuls uvu iivulliiMe, I'm with you." nscliot accepted, took a nillnji fitnlkm Job ill iiluhi. mill was Lmrely nlilc lo KUt by. Lust Dcc- emljcr i\ viu'nmty turned up mid Uni'llioicinew put him oil al $100 a month. Toiluy .vouni! Fitcher Is nn ns- slslimt urchltectiiriil engineer In the I'WA housing division at Wellington, hiiving received. Ihc nplioliitiiicnt only tills month nl n milary of M.MO a year. "Yes, it pnys lo work without Iliw" Klsehnr Inl/l nlhAi* nllu nm. -. f~— — ; i=U- EAT THIS IS TUB I'LAOE :\VWHK VOU VAN (iE'f ; ANVTIilNU .YOU WANT, Fresh Grapple, From Kcclfnol Lake Oyhters High ftnidc T-ltonc mi>!iku tJlvllKa Fried Chicken 'Roasts (tf All Kinds 1 Cold Hutu Lunches CHANGE Ot' MENU DAILY GiXmCiU WRIGHT, CHEF HARRY BAILEY'S .State Line Service Station p'.nyes who are still unspInK »t the youth's rise lo uffluciiuy. Rend Courier KCR'S \~aiif Aa-s. HOOTS AND lililt MUDDIES THK 'I'AO-Al.ONCi! 15y iMartin Of XO WWt TBt WOT" MOMN I ftM , R\sw MOW 1 1 SU«E PfcRW Wit PARKS BROS. COAL CO. PHONE 977 FOE | ' Hi-Lo Alabama '• - "Energy Illinois" "IJIiick Iloyiil Kentucky" CLEAN ' COAL— LOW PRICED WAKNING OltDKIl IN TJiE MUNiCIPAL COURT, CltlCKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI. COUNTY, ARKANSAS. A. W. Fleming, PliilnUir, vs. Major Bradford, Defendant. The defendant. Major Bradford, is warned to nupeiir within, thirty dnys in'tlic. cqui't imni'c'ci. in the caption hereof and aiisi-cr the complaint of Ihe plaintiff',' A. W. Fleming. Dated this 14th liny ot Nov., 1934. Frank Wliltwprth, Clerk. Ed Cook, Ally, for Plaintiff. 14-21-28-5 See Us About Your Coal Blytheville Gin Co. PHONE 9G4 "Itntliant Alabanm" "Premium Kentucky" CALL 214 News Notes Mr. and Mrs. C.. O.< Crockett of TJIylhcvllte hud planned 'to ' 'he present, Init were detained by business. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crocfcplt en- Icrtnliicd Sunday at noon witli.n turkey dinner In honor of H. .M. Crockett's seventy-third birthday. Gticsls Inclurtfcl Mrs. if. M. Crock- elf, ami Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Crockett, Osccola, Mr. nnd Mrs D. R. Crockett, Pocahonlas, Torri i LOVE SICK! PlEEZ^WEEZy. PRETTV Pt-ESZY-WeEZY, LOOK^ INTO MV- EVES, WOMDER BOY, AND CRUSH ME TO, YOUR THROBBING CHESTY-WEGTV. /— —>«« LEGGp/T HE GOT AWAY/. OH, WHY DOESN'f\f SOME 6RAVEV-WAVEV M«N HOLD '' ME TIGHTV-WIQHTVAMD SWEEP NE OPF NV FEETV-WEETy? ._ FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOR SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. TRUCK BEDS PANEL BODIES TRAILERS OF ALL KINDS BUILT TO ORDER Wanted BARKSDALE & PAGE 200 N. Second Attention Farmers! WE BUY SOY BEAj-rS, • AND COW PEAS Farmers Gash Feed & Seed Co. ' ' J. W. PARKER, Prop. Phone 1 WANTEU-Kass—Must he free of buttons,' No underwear or, old Writs accepted. Courier News. r highest prices on Pecans sec Wolf Arlan, 128 E. Main. 14o kH WANTED: Men roomers and boarders; twin teds. Call 824-J. 6-ck-tr. 09 WANTED TO,RENT OU BUY^ •ID to 80 acre farm. Absolutely sober, care for place and business. Furnish self. Write P. o. Box 751. MODERNIZE YOUR COUNTRY "HOME WITH A DEMING.WA- TER SYSTEM. $40 UP. HUBBARD HDW, CO. SAW FILING, of all kinds With milomallc. Wins machine BARKSDALE & PAGE , _- ' 20a .N. .Second . COPPER WEATHER STRIP Saves Juel. at. small cost Arkmo Lumber Co. Help .ViTa DOWN), DUCKV-WUCHV SO RoMAMTIC DCfJ'T BEASIUV-WJLLY. VOU'R£ : THE cuTE-v-WooTiEST MfiN i iy LET ME CALL YOU MY WONDER B6V. SALESiMAN SAM ''WELL, WELL'. TH'SIGN IM VER UyNDOCO SftYS ) VESS1R / THAT YA MflKE SUtTS, O)HlLE " ,O, I'M JUST QETTIN CXJT "'TH A N&M) SUIT FROM .OUR STOCK, HUH?. OF WHAT i GOIM' SHOP AND BUY OKIE I CUSTOMERS '40AtT ' . AND qo OKI ABCXJT.VERi CAEMS SOOTZ- FRECKLKS AND'HIS PRIENDS I WANT 3, MEN for local Tea ^ Coflee.Route's raying xip to $cfl a week. No c.ipltal or exi»rience re-! quired but must, be willing to give! prompt service, to.appros. 200. steady consumers. Brand-new Fjords given ns bonus. Write Albert Mills, Route f.igr., 6S6Q. \fonmoutli, Cincinnati, Ohio. HEY' DOMT TRY A FIELD 'THREE POIMTS VvOMT DO AW GOOD, - WHEW KIMQSTOM • HAS SEVEW ' IMAGINE MY EJIUARUASSMENT! ji SAY, »SS,f t/pae. THW YOU'LL EVER VMOW/.MAVBE vou DOM'T.KNOW WHO THIS VOUN6 MAM IS /' ^ • \ JIKIMY, INY, BETTY... '-^^MlM?! *- J ' '' *V '. 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