The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 29, 1932
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Classified Advertising Kates Miiimium Charge 50c v-'c'jiii 5 Average Words to a Line Month rate per line, per Jiiomh 60c Six limes, per line per day . 05t 1'luee times per line per day Ofic One lime per line luc All AUs run irregularly take the one. time rale. UUSINESS D1HECTOUY COAL AND WOOD 'J'luiitlHim Con! & Transfer Co. Dealers 111 Kentucky and Sunlight, Coal Sycamore & K, U. til., i-iionc UiH. 4C-K. 11-1 1'HONK 107 " BUCHANAN". "Our coal is black but we treat you while." 21c-kll21 COAl, at i ow cas |! prices. Phone 41). Prompt Delivery. BLYTHEVILLE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad Sis. Oc-kNov.5 KINDLING and WOOD for healiin; •"Hi cooking. We deliver. W. M. MILCH COWS for salo or trade. . Hester's Fruit & Produce, 19p-klIlS FARMERS having livestock lo sell or If tlicy desire lu buy they will find 11 convenient uiiU economical to use Courier Ne»i> Want- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE By NKA Scivii-c A stiff niHiinin brc-iv.e-. nnd m-.'n reminded Mint winter's again ni omul I lie corner. Thai mums considerable pre- FOH SALE— New and Used Auto Parts. Jackson Aulo Parts Co. 2020 W. Main, Phone GO. •Jc-K Nov 3 WILL TRADE EQUITY iiTTroom, -— ., „„,.,„., house, sacrlllcc price, for llv;--1 »'ltli ton ps-r cent Interest from UXPERT Typewriter aud adding i ma'jninc repairing. U. ciump, llB Plioi)o"a8!) or Gwlovvay Store. ! slock atp-k 11-21 i ren| . »° interest. Hcus» rented, j condition. Sickness reason for sell^,,»..... s . „. ^. jjuu,^- - _____ j i-uiiuuiuii. oicMicM reason for sell- Ji. KOJC. Phone Jfi5W. tOR SAI 'E—Good dry B'ood, Phone Ing. I'. O. Box 2(1 Cltv 27o-k:U 1C-K 11-1, "2- Cockc and, Oilliain. -• ' - -'--' GARAGK J- 12 °- K "-" TOB RBNT FLOYU HARGETT'S GAHAGli CUKYSLER SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL SiJ-K 11-B WANTED—To ovorhauf you7~elel> trie sweeper. Work yuaranteed. Hettner Electric Sen-ice, leu's Purn. Co. Phone 880. TUBES, SHRUBS SHRUBS- nil prices. We set them cut. Hester's Fruit and Produce. 123 East Main lOp-klllO Gil- I CLASSIFID NURSERY STOCK . EARLY Hearing; Pnpcrslicll Pcean | FOR RENT—N'icc 29c-kll29 BEAUTY PARLOUS grapes. peaches, pears, sirawberrics. etc, plums, j room i.j, onc 72-w! Quality gunranteed. Quick growers. Easily FURNISHED or unfurnished 5- lilanteil. Catalos free. Bass Pecan' rooms iind bath, uara"e and ccr- Co., Lumberton, Miss. 20c-k311 vrait house. Good condition, rent reasonable. 1306 Chick. Ave. Phone Uluhcvilk', Arkansas. Said safe will uc had (o satisfy said tlccrej m th; sum (if $3255.07. diamonds, fir. Balance like March :!, 193 The purcSiwcr at salj su!c wll, bj required to execute boml will: approved sicurliy, to secure Hhi payment of the purchase mono.' and n ll;n w |ll bD retn!n?d upa'i said property as additional weiirio for the payment of such piuchas-. money. Witness my haiul and llio Mi V. said Cciiri, an l:;!s, Hi; -j!Hh ;l.i cf Oclofor, 1032. 'Scab n. i,. GAISKS -itiinVioncr in Clianci-ry Reid, Kvrurd & Hcii:crson. AUys. for Plnimlir. L>9-f FOR RENT— One small furnished apartment; two 3-room and one 5-room apartment, tinfinnislied. Kent reasonnble to satisfactory tenants. I-'rank C. Dauglas, phnnes :(3J Hc-ktl furnished WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP. Phmic 02 20C K 11-2D SCALP TREATMENTS OUR SPECIALTY BEAUTY SHOP Phone 268 28C-K ll-28f ROOM & HOARD 83 or 280. MIfS. T. K. WATSON—$5.50 weekly, 112 E. Cherry. Phone MK!. j 1P-K 11-1 jCT WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping rooms. Frog Pond Cafe. 19c-tf NICELY furnished beiroom adfoin- s bath, outside enlraiiC3. I'honc 865-W. 27c-kll-2 FOR SALE HOMECRAFT FREE demonstration on latest sinv- i"« art. SINGEKCRAFT russ, toys and gifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 2<1p-k 11-24 AUTO GLASS V/OVEN WIRE FENCINB THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS CLEANERS. TAILORS HATS CLEANED and re-shaped, lac. Hudson Tailor Shop, Phone 53, ' 12C-KH-12 SUPERIOR DYE WORK ATTENTION — Men's overcoats cleaned and iiats blocked. Ladies fur trimmed coats our specialty. Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone 171. 6p-K Il-C DONT THROW THEM AWAY. We re-litic, 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 Mill; delivered night and momma, o. w Ixnvis Phune 877. lOp-K n-ll) ELECTRICAL Dust-proof bags, Brushes and rubber-covered cord lor your electric sweeper, tieffner Electric Service, % Gllfun Furnttnre, Call W. 13c-kllU FILLING STATION, dwelling house, 3 storage tanks, all combined. Good business. Will sell cheap. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K 11-1 ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Out-board motors, :i sizes. Uoone Hall. jjoort as new, lOp-k 11-10 FOR SALE REASONABLE— Slightly used portable typewriter. Call 868-W. ,12-c-ktf GIANT Jonquil Bulbs — 50c per doa. Mrs. Gco. Cross, 300 Lake. 25P-K 11-3 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—House and lot. See O'co. Cross, 300 Lake St. 25P-K 11-1 FOR SALE- Six room house, two acres of land on Highway 18. west " Price $750 cash. of Blytheville. Charley Avitis. FARM LANDS WANTED—To rent from 120 to 2-!0 acres of fertile land in good Iccation. Can furnish myself. Good reference. Mo. W G. Turner, Holland. 25P-K 11-1 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, fixtures :nd wiring. WALPOLF, ELECTRIC SHOP, Phone 314 Mp-kll-K CAU, WIGGINS Electric Shop lor repairs and estimates. Phono 4-12. 10P-K 11-10 1'LU.MShMG P.EDUCED RATES on plumbln: work done before cold weather! A. G. Ailken. Call 834W. Hc-kU-H RADIO SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work niinr- atilccd. estimates free II L DEDMAN. Walpolc Electric Shot> 3M. 14ii-kll-I\' QUICK SERVICE on all types ol radios. Wulcli for our ailvcrtiiing car. Parkhurst Co. Phone 57. 18p-kll-tt DRESSMAKING SEWfNTl. alterations. mending. Cheap. Mrs. E. A. Fisher. 100 W. Kentucky, 15C-K 11-15 URESSMAKING-Coats reiinecl, al- torations n s;icc:a!ty. Ruth ThornpsoDi. Golt Hotel. 20c-kll-20 TAXI IN A HURRY? CALL STH1NCJEK TAXI PHONE 27tl 18P-K 11-1E tiKKKN LEAF CAFi: & FRlilT ST,1M> Resnlar MeaI 5 a Sficjialty. All you can cat 2So. with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. Sec i>ie for wholesale prices on apples. ntICK MEIIAlu;, rroprictor We Deliver 313 K. Main OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs Vv i Lcftci' Scrviec PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Thonc 810-777 FOR. SALE—53 acres in cultiraficn 3 houses, big barn, in C miles of Blytheville. 1 mile of good school. S25.00 per acre, terms Phone 887 or 888. W. T. Barnett. CC-K-TF FOR 3-."ooin Apartment .... =12 50 Furnished Residence ...... 35' JQ Beautiful Residence ...... 3503 FOU SALE 2-Acres and C-rooin Bungalow on "nrrt road 1 mile of Blyihcvillc SlaO.QO. 3-Acr,:s and new rcsidi-nrp h-Uveen Blythcvillo iinrt Yarbro oil Cl Price S1350.00. 20 2-3 Acres 1 mile Blyihcvillc on Hard road. S175D. S500 down balance 12 annual payments BO Acres 'i-milc of Main s'rcet on gravel road, S43CO, nic,-> rcsi- aence. P.itt ca.sli, balance 21 nn- mial iraymenls. 120 Acres I'i-niilc.s niylhcville near hard rond. Wonderful land well improved, $65.00 acre. O Acros near Yarbro. Bayou land, fine iinj)]-ovenienl.s. won- tlcrful place, $00.00 acre eas terms. We .have any size tract you want. THOMAS LAND COMPANY 20c4:ll2 FOR RENT—Five ro;m furnished house. 209 W. Kentucky. Phone C12, WANTED WANTED—Furiiistcc room in moa- irii private home. Bux AY oou:- ier. . im-K^u WANTED — Lady to room uoaru ui inivatt uuuic. ' gau. ai Dou WANTED—To rent 5 or G house, mouern. Address Conner. room "JK" 2UC-K 11- WANTliD TO iiUV -,.-., drlv- •ng, U we're to enjoy tliu car dur- •:s the next live or blx months, ihl-i pi'L'|i:irntlon,-lo -some, means iiu-icly piuihiu an iiniifivoxe solution in the radiator mid luttlnv; llv car no at Unit, iiiit die cn v needs mi entire oivrhuullni; If II • > to BO Ihioiifih the winter without clnniiiyc, * * * I'rrpiirutloii to:- (|,c wiiitev means :n chnnge of lubrication to :K culil wenther. It emails elean- Ine nml overhnuliin; O f the endue, ci'iwlnlly the lininrdlule parts havliiR [ 0 do with the com- i)t!.stion of the gtisolliic ond nlr mlMurc. II demands more iiUeulton for the battery mid Ignition system. U covers a cluuiae In (lie cool- .111; system and ch.Tkink' of Ihc oails that make up this Impurlmit part of the machinery. And It requires .consideration for ilic pussen'icrs In tlie form of wlnriproof body, and appliances Xoi heating UkC cw lo make winter driving pleaiant. Even the tln-s go In for siwclal attention, »nd extra precautions must bo Ukcn with Item to avoid Mrtoits mlsliMi* w common In cold weal tier. It U nil anoniHlous situation that ixrmtls automobiles to go (hrouijh the entire wlutar In « run-down imcnrcd-for condition when uiosi ulleiillon Is required, llio ,car nnd Its units stund much niov'u ulnilii In winter tlmn In snnuiifr, yet tlie uoAiii>iKi7 ' CLYDE WAfc V TELLlhKi fAt THAT 16 PUTTING TM' MALLET AN" CsOUfbG; ON VOU TO KNOCK. SON\e NKl-E CHIPS told ulr .kc*j*' th«' driver ' from I nttendlug ' to the BIIIRII things "Iwiit tlw -meehrmlimv «nd- oilier pints which h« \autUy .looks d/er In moru clement weithfer. ' ' at- lhl» f«llliig off of tention for tlio cw, iiicr.» 'ri leis ccnsl duration (or- tlie cuglne, adrtlng another strain on the car's whiter sojourn, Tliwc's the matter of starting In liic morning, Nt- aicp .HI viio'nluricr, make It turn over the engine ninny times, chok,j ttic engine until u some HIIIM Hoods and then, when it and (urn» over,"'rev" it up to '. a hlBh ipeed, shift Into gtar and speed out ,on the way lo *ork ' .•Tlie eugh*j whirl* - around'jr» loo fast for Its cold condition.The oil Is stiff »nd lubrication^ r a tU- ty. it's best to take a few minutes to warm up (he.engine and cause the oil to thJn ctown before starting out. WA8HBUIIN, WIs. (UP)—The problem of what to have for dinner wn s easily solved for the Gilbert nrunncss family here when a partridge shattered a window and flew Into the kitchen. By Ahem WE FAY CASH for old cook sloves aud used turnilure. Dor.'i throw them away. 15od5on Furniture Co., 301 E. Main, i'tionc 155. iO-K 11-4 CORN WANTED—Marilyn Hatchery, Blytheville. 21u-ktf HELL' WANTED WANTED—Young lady or young man for pleasant work In home community. Must be interested in taklrwj modern business course. Tuition for same paid hi pleasant work ut homo. Address P. O. Box 368, Carutliersvillc, Mo. 25P-K1 SITUATIONS WANTED TO THOSE seeking Jobs the Courier Ncivs Want-Ads oiler a result producing service at low cost. I'honc 300. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Cour; for the Ciiickasawba District cf Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 26lh day of April, ID2.1, wliere- in Trie Mississippi County Building & Loan Association was Plaintiff, No. 5178, and E. J. Browne et al were Defendants, will sail nl public auction to (he highest and best bidder, ou a creiit of three months, at (lie front door of t!:e Court Hoiis?, behven the hours prescribed by law, in the City ol I5ly- tfcuvillc. Arkansas, on the 22i!d day of xcveintor, 1932. the following real estate, to-v/it: Lot Twcnty-fcur (24) and tlie East Half of Lot Twcnty-llirse (23) in Block Two (2) of Slid- bury's Adtlition to the Cily cf I WASH TUBBS FARM BUILDING PLANS i We arc headquarters in this territory for good, proven, economical building plans for every kind of farm structure. Good design and low cost have a direct bearing on farm profit!—buildings are the rrtachinery of the farm plant. Good profitable lumber buildings are the composite of building and farming experience. We Icnow how to produce such buildings. Our plans cost farm builders in this community nothing. Come in—look them ovur—you'll bo under no obligation. j| E.C.ROBINSON UMBER LUMBER CO* | OFF VOUR BANK-ROU \ %{ lr> VOU'R.t &0 INC, TO •,-' I WISH YOU '^ / LET tOME FAST 6UY }*{ LADS WOULJD ' TAKE VQU OUT ,xtV k> K | NDLN TeNT> \\ s V • * t/uw. ON^/I\J ' V SUNfetT f-Cfc. VOUR l> h if ttic)oo. WMV TXJM'T YOU t> T n *-"•' //• i V HO^AE: 'j AN 1 LET US TX> IT POR M/\LP PRICE c? A a > fv\V . OWN ( THA.NIC YOU .' '} iHiiii'vn SO LONG, HILL! .U4G TO« XOO -K) UWSOO 6000- BNt b. &OOD fcNE , v JBy Martlij •" 'A 6\»CW W>^ PHONE IOO We Do Ths Res-t- 0V 60\ OVO 6KVR.R ^ '^f 1 -! ^J- at OOT AV.V VOO OlO TOR OOWJ K t\_ OOZO OUT Mr. Bargain Hunter ;Vow i:; the [jolrten opjx>rtunity to •>ny a 40 or 80 or larger f;ir m . Im- piovcd lands can be bought r,t prlccK ranging from $15 i 0 s-10 per acre, cash nr terms, if you buy a home this Jail it will 'in- -rcase in value, pay n good divi- '-ent and help make a living. We ran locate you, write or phone. G. G. CAUDIM, l! ° x «88 Phone 11)7 I5C-K 11-15 on " . HO cue T*?\« To STO? WM. NO OMZ y HTlL, 6^ H THUMD6R rECORA. LOOKS 15AI) KOK LOLA! >lr Crane LOtA (H££S M1F£!! cwrrftNj V mx EES MIFE! ^L,—- Boys,vje'RE MEETING PRIUSLG ANP,AL1HOD<SH IT Looks Like Ar^ EASY WE CAUr B£ TOO SORE...PLAY HARD...TPCAT YCOX OPPONENTS - ri.L LETS GO- FELLA'-:.- E'LL EAT ii ''J SLX'OND HAND FURNITURE See Ufl Krsl R. J. Dodson J4I-W3 K. 17»l. / LIVE .STOCK FOR SALE: two" home ircsh jersey inilrh cows J w i Maioncy, ciark and Riulroad' ' i [l''Oll SALE-Jcrscy \ With young calves. See R M jBccfc at Harris' Barn. iSp-kii-io 5NJIK (iOKS! , GEE., FOR A J /-3EWT VbO A'trfp-lT IV.IMUTE i To PLAX RED= MOT 005,1 VJE CAW my OOR TRICK .'•' SCARED <S£T HURT OM TV!E ELEVErJ, 'JAM.' BUT! MIGHT Be, IF THE ELEVEKl ON By Bloas«j •' NOTRE DAMES SPIN'NEB BUCK FOOTBALL c"Vi !>©( ^L VIOTRE D,V\lfS ! ,->brsT bud a t iop- ^ ^ tkm ptly and vnVcd from' n f<^iubon l.*ul u trkty, Kn-au^ etihcr a (hmsl into Ac bne or a Uteri] pj^ cm be votk«j from ll. Al icfl JTC l»-o stckScs ikowing )»> (hoc plays ran bo vwT;cJ. Tlic upper iVekb sSow Ihc jpinnci ibrjsl inlo the line bctwtoi md and Ucklo. Tbi ta9 b ywppct! from fenlci lo the luck No. I. He wblrlt to the rr.-tr anrl filo i pass to K-KV No. 2. Ustcadof pawuig, Iww^tr, fie complctts bis spn xd dnts off lajUf, W- IOMHjlwck N'o. 3 »ta rn gene btfore lo cpto a no.?. Bxtt No. 4 j>vs llvo-jjn Ac few lo lie out [be opposing Ki', and No. 3 g»ej on lo ui» o«l iko Jefl end i, - Tbo lower *krtcb sbows F»<» • Ufcra) c«i W •oiltJ Fruti this urn fomi*o«, WV f«. 1, coir.pitlri; » Ultnl lo KB. 2; ''' •

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