The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 2, 1932
Page 5
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.WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1932 LS-: CLASSIFIED SECTION - * 2>i**cew # Classified Advertising Rates Minimum Charge 50° Count 5 Average Words to aLSue Monih rate per line, p«r month "Be Six times, per line pcr'day ; 05s Three times pe r mie per day 06s One time per lino lOc All Ads run Irregularly take the one time rate. HATS CLEANED and re-shaped, 15c. Hudson TaHor Shop, Phone 53. 12C-K11-12 REAL VALUES USED CARS FOR SALE—Jersey Milch Cows with soung calves, See R. St. Beck at Harris' Barn. ISu-kll-H) ELECTRICAL Dust-proof bags, Brushes and rubber-covered cord for your electric sweeper, ileffner Electric Service, % Glllen Furniture, Call 680. 13c-ltU13 EUCCTRICAL APPLIANCES, fixtures .ind wiring. WALPOLE ELECT1UC SHOP, Phone 314 Up- 1 11 -14 CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop tor repairs and estimates. Phone 442. 10f-K 11-10 RADIO SERVICE [RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guar- i anlocd, estimates free. R. !>.. These Cars and Trucks Are m]DEDMAN, Walpole Electric Shop, First Class Condition. Good Tires, pl '°»e 314. Hp-kll-U License, Full Equipment, Attractive MILCH'COWS for sale or trade. Hesttr's Fruit & Produce. 19p-kH19 FARMERS having livestock to sell or it tliey desire to buy they ill find It convenient and economical to use Courier News Want- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE—New and Used A\ito Parts. Jackson Auto Parts Co. 2020 W. Main, Phone «5. 3c-IC Nov 3 Appearance, RIGHT. ' Uun Fine, Priced •23 FOKD TUDOR $13! '2'J FOKU TRUCK. ?Ml) '23 CHEVROLET COUl'i) .... S1I5I REDUCED RATES work done before QUICK SERVICE on all types of radios, watch'for our advertising car. Parkhurst Co. Phone 57. lBp-kll-18 PLUMBING WATERPROOF Covers for trucks and wagons. Carney Awning Co., 113 S. Mrst St., Phone 643. 17P-K 1J-1C NEW FORD BATTERIES. Rental batteries, recharging and repairing. 717 Tire & BlUorr Station. 18C-K 11-19 '30 FOKD FOK IK) It $295 'W UODGi: TRUCK. S«J '30 fORD COUPE §265 '31 FORD TOWN SEDAN ... S«3 '31 FOUD TKUCK ..". ?335 NABOBS TRAILER S1U3 1'our Car In Trade. Suitable on cold A. G. Altken. Call 8SWW. 14c-kU-U ' 11 plumbing i )ld weather. WASHING 70c - - GREASING 15c DAY & NIGHT SERVICE PHONE 555 24P-K 11-25 DAIRIES CLEAN UP SALE USED CARS FOR LESS The Forgotten Man By EDWIN MARK1UM 1 HfY W THE OHANOgBY .COURT FOR THE OH10KASAWBA DisrnucT. ..or.. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Blythevtlit HulkUai & Loan AwoclkUcM. et ti. PliinWls, VI. Krnest Nevlni, et »1. Defendants. WAKpiNa O»MR The detttxUnu, Ernest Ncvina and DaUy Nevlni, irj u::c, Earl Nevira «nd Zol»,Nevln», his wife, Virgil Nevlns trul Alum Nevhw, Ills wlfir, Biter Mario Admits, I.loyd QooOnun ind Mrs. Lloyd Good iian, hi«-,wlto,j(WB; wirrted to appear In thl» Court wHliln thirty (30) <Uy».to >ni»«ii W» complaint of pUlntUf,' Blytlttvttle Building ff Lo*n AuocUtioc. • This 18th day at October, 1932. R, U' OAItUCS, Clerk, Br Btablth Blythe, D. O. M'arcm Evrdrd Atty. Ad UUm 13-1J-26— 1U2- 1 ) WARNING OKDCB Louis oteeu, • Gftaliliiii! Green, James f. Mltclicll Mary' TT!t. la the C*»nc*i7 licUwivt* Diajtrict COUfltjr, AJ4EUMM,' dayi frotn this d< 'Court-i or thirty answer the; complaint filed qiopT by Tbe IQBlfcfpj* Building & Loan; yispcclwlon. Dated tlvla October 1Kb, R.= L, GAINES, By Harvey .Morrta, I Reid, Errard & Henderson, M-i' Attorneys for PUiritUf. 10-19-28 wtthfc ' ITO.- 'f 1 Clerk. D. C.| FRESH-A Grade Milk delivered | '31 night and morning. O. W. Lewis. | '31 Phone 877. 10P-K 11-10 • " Ford RESTAURANTS GEO. WRIGHT'S Wall Street ,, , Lunch, Greyhound Bus Station, lernis. Come loday. I P i, 0 nc 116. 31p-k 11-31 I'hoiic ail PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY DRESSMAKING S344.»a J95.04 . 193.00 . 125.00 .95,00 nRESSMAKING—Coats rclincd, alterations a specialty. Ruth Thompson, GofT Hotel. 20c-kll-20 TAXI Tudor Coupe '30 Ford Sport Roadster '30 t'ott IV- ton Track '29 Ford Pkk'Up., If It Is not listed here come ivi. See us, We have plenty to pick from. : Shoute-Uttle Chevrolet Co. Open at nlglil Ic-k8 FOJR RENT" Dealers lily the vUle, Ark. BUSINESS DlHtCCrOKY WANTED—To overhaul your electric sweeper. Work guarantee!). HeUner Ktectric Service, % Gil- Jen's Furu. Co. Phone iiGO. 29c-k 11-30 UPHOLSTERING and refiiiishUi furniture. II. B. Oakes, 115 W. Main St. Ip-k8 EXPERT Typewriter and addini machine repairing. U. S. B!ank- cnslilpli 11G E. Rose. Phone 1C5W. ic-k 12-1 IN A HURRY? CALL STRINGER. TAXI PHONE 219 13P-K 11-18 FOR RENT—One small (uruishn apartmeni; two 3-rooni and one 5-rconi apartment unfurnished. Rent reasonable to satisfactory tenants. Prank C. Oouglas, Phones 333 or 454. Hc-klf COAL ANT) WOOD Co. Tranthani Coal & Transfer Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. R. St., Phone 9G4. 4C-K H-1 PHONE 107 "Our coal is treat you white?." BUCHANAN. black but \vc 21c-kU21 GARAGE dwelling, GOT S. Franklin, $8, and Store Building, Gil Franklin, SB. C. Fowler, phone «3-J. Ic-ktf FOR RENT—5 room house,' $7. FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath, close in, $15. Dr. J. A. Sallba. IckU 5-ROOM Furnished home, reasonable, to satisfactory tenants. Mrs. SaX, Phone 612. 2c-M ARTISTIC SHO-CARDS Small Signs Sale Banners HARVEY McCALL 305 E. MAIN 2p-kl2-2 GAUAGES FLOYD HARGETT'S GARAGE CHRYSLER SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K 11-8 BEAUTY 1'ARLOUS COAL at low cash prices. Phone 48. Promp; Delivery. BLYTHEVILLE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad Sts.' f 6c-kNov.o WANTED TO BUY KINDLING and WOOD for heating and cooking. We deliver. W. M. Smith, Phone 980 or Gateway Store. 21p-k 11-21 FOR SALE—Oood dry wood, Phone 712. Cookc and Gilltom. iac-K 11-12 ROOM & BOARD WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping rooms. Prog Pond Cafe. 19c-tf TO THOSE seeking jobs the Courier News Wsnt-Ads offer result producing service at low ost. Phone 306. WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phone 02 20C K 11-2& SOALP TREATMENTS OUR SPECIALTY McADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 288 28C-K. ll-2b HOMECRAFT ROOM & BOARD—Clow in. 109 W. Ash. -Mrs. E. Gay. lp-kl2-2 FREE demonstration on latest sewing art. S1NGERCRAFT rugs, toys and gifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE 1 CO. 24p-k 11-24 CLEANERS. TAILORS SUPERIOR DYE WORK ATTENTION — Men's overcoats cleaned and hats blocked. Ladies fur trimmed coats our specially. Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone 171. Gp-K 11-C DON'T THROW THEM AWAY. We rc-linc, re-model and repair coats and suits for men and women. Experienced tailor find experienced dressmaker. Hudson Tailor Shoo. 12C-K 11-12 W K K ' !»•: 3IAKKS 'KM Oltice Over Joe Store Isaac's GIU-:K\- I,I.;AF CAFE & I-'RUIT STAND Regular Mcal s a Specialty. All you can cat 25c, with drink. Complete line of Fruits & Vegetables. See me for wholesale prices on apples. BUCK MEHAUG, J'ropriclor We Deliver 312 E. llaln OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Fcird Hepairs vvtecuf Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO ' nim*.. cm "Ti FOR SALE SINGER SEWING cheap. Call 672. MACHINE, 2c-k9 ADTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCINB THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS FILLING STATION, dwelling house, 3 storage tanks, all combined. Good business. Will sel cheap. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K \l-'i ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Oul-board motors, good as new i sizes. Boone Hall. 10p-k H-10 FOR SALE REASONABLE—Slightly used portable typewriter. Call 803-W. I2x-ktf GIANT Jonquil Bulbs — 50c per doz. Mrs. Gco. Cross, 300 Lake 25P-K 11-3 PIANO and 2 Feather Beds. Mrs M. G. Goodwin, Phone G76. IpkS FARM LANDS FOR SALE—53 acres in cultivation 3 houses, big barn, in G mile of Blythcville. 1 mile of goo school. $25.00 per acre, terms Phone 831 or 888. W. T. Barnelt. 6C-K-TI" VE PAY CASH for old cook stoves aud used furniture. Don't throw hem away. Dodson Furniture Co., 01 E. Main. Phone 155. 4C-K 11-4 CORN WANTED—Marilyn cry, BlytbevlUe. V Hatch- 21c-ktt SITUATIONS WANTED SALESMEN WANTED MEN WANTED to conduct world renowned Rawleigh Hoinc Service business in or near Cities of Leach- r llle, Osccola, Jonesboro and Tru- mnnis. Reliable husMer can start earning $3S weekly and increase; rapidly. Write immediately, Raw- cigh Co., Dept. AK-4-S, Memphis. renn. WANTED WANTED—To rent 5 or 6 room house, modern. -Address ".IK". Courier. 28C-K 11-3 LOST LOST— Doj. white French pcodle. Finder call 201 and receive reward. 31C-K3 N()T on our golilcn fortunes uiiiltletl hi(;h— fs'nl on our lionsts that sour into the sky- Not upon tlicsc is resting in this hour , The' fule of Ike future; but upon the power Of him who is forgotten— yes, or. him Rest nil our hopes reaching from rim to rim. In liiiu we see ail of etuth's toiling bamls, Will) crooked backs, sunned faces, slwt.lcrttl tiamls. f~l li seeks no ofTice am! he n.<&s no praise for all Die patient labor of his days, lie 13 llic one supporting the huge weight: lie is Die one guarding the country's gate. He hears the burdens on these eattHSy ways: We pile the debts, he, is the one who pnys. He is the one who holds the solid power To stcndy nations MI their trembling hour. Behold him ns be silently goes by, For it is at his word that nations die. SHATTERED with loss and inck, lie is the man who holds upon his back The continent and all \\a mighty loads— This toiler who makes possible the roadj On which the gilded 'thousands travel free— Makes possible our fensts, out roaring boards, Our pomps, onr easy days, onr goldcu ho;uds. He gives stability to nations: he Makes possible our nation, sen to sea. His strength makes possible our college walls — Makes possible our legislative halls — Makes possible our churches soaring high .With spires, the fingers pointing to the. sky. SHALL then this man go Im'ngry, here in lands Blest by his honor, linilded by his hands? .-; Do something for him: let him never be Forgotten: let him have his daily biead: lie who h»J fed us, let him now be fed. Let us remember all his tragic lot — , . ; Remember, or else be ourselves forgotl ••'.' ALL honor to the one tliat in this hour ' Cries to the world as from a lighted tower- Cries for the Man Forgotten. Eortor the one ' Who asks for him a glad place in the sun. He is • voice for the voiceless. Now, indeed, We have a tongue that cries the mortal need. Coprrllll, Hit. lif'.t Mukkn LOST—Gold pin, B. & P. W. emblem Reward If Under will notify Mrs. Winnifreil Reynolds, Gott Hotel. 31C-K3 LOST—Large sire black Parker fountain p;n, a gift from my deceased father. Liberal reward for return to John c. McHaney, Jr. Phones 10M and 538. Ic-k4 WARNING ORIU'.R NO. 5338 The defendants, MilOrsd Rogsrs, Edmond L. Rogers nnd Vlrgle Mas- Rogers are hereby warned to appea within thirty ddys and answer the complaint o( the plaintiff, the Fed eral Land Bank or St. Louis, a cor porntlon, filed In the Chancery Court, of the Chicknsuwba Dhtrlc of JVflsalsslppi County, Arkansjs. Witness my hand and .seal as dark of such Court this 26 day o October, \yxi. R. L. GAINES, clerk Virgil Greene 10-2G-23-1 Atty. Ad. L'.tcm. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS NUKSBUY STOCK SHRUBS—All prices. We set Ihem out. Hester's Fniit and Produce. 123 East Main. lop-k 11-10 810-771 SECOND HAND FURNITURE R«« Us First R. J. Dodson SOI -Ml E. Mai* . Mr. Bargain Hunter N'ow is the golden opnortunity to ')uy a 40 or 80 or larger farm. Im- oroved lands can he trou?ht r,l orices ranging from $15 to $40 «r acre, cash or terms. If you buy a home this fall it w m increase in value, pay a good divi- dent and help make a living. We can locate you, write or phone. G. G. CAUDILL Box 188 Phone lO? 15C-K 11-15 MlRftKALUS, trt^s WOT IT is! nuwa] MlR^KAUJSl I EHECUTES W 5WA8 - I SEE.3 VMM BLOvOEO COME-'N' BUST MY TOP- LIGHTS IF'N HG POESN'T UP'N' W5e MM OM ft HOSS. WASH TUBBS •\ LIVE STOCK "OK SALE: two ..,._ , alaL . u| I fresh jersey milch cows j \v i • Maloney, Clark and Railroad ' 27-p-k-3 60AL KICK IN TVIE PRIKJSt-6 - (SAME HAS MADE HIM TWE HERO OF ' PAY F L HAD MISSED THAT WCK, COACH KOOSS V-OU1.PA TAWEfJ AAE OFF THE OSSIE BUT YOU DIDtJT WISS IT... BWOV" WAS THAT A DAISW VJMO DO YOU PLAY v_ MEX.T ? UUK BOAKUiiNG TJAVE -SNAPE TAKEN.IMTO CA>STbCV HERE LAlSt N\<SAY ON FRONN CITlErS,FOie SWINDLING ACT1VITIE.S •pOUCE BELIEVE Hfe \A/^ SE-TTING'THE TR/XPS 'FOR. LOCAL, CITIZENS.. AND-^- ONE OF BGST WITH UNDER HIS ALMOST HUH.YOO 6.\\00\.O . FIVE MINUTE'S, THE FfcSTeST TROOP IN -THE REBEL .^MV MAS NMO 6OES TrtE OW...1 CAUT. TELL A SECRET!

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