The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1932 · Page 5
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_I!y5AY,_NOVEMBEU 'I, 1932 PAGE 8BVBT Ciussiiicd Advertising Rates "iuiimmi Charge &0c -'-'•iu 5 Average Words to a Line Moii:h rato per liuC, per uionlli GCc S:.v times, per line per day . 03c inicc times Pf line iwr day 060 (Jj'.e lime per lino Hie All Ads rim Irregularly take Hie one time rate. UUSINKSS CALL WIGGINS Eloclrlc Shop lor repairs and estimates. Phone tu. lUL'-K 11-10 PLUMBING HEUUUED HATES Oil plumbing work done before cold weather A. G. AHkcn. Call 804W. Hc-kH-H DAIRIES HlliSH— A Ciade Milk delivered and morning, o. W. u-wis. ?hone 877. . . IOP-K 11-10 KESTAUKANTS GEO. Lun UUIIUI, ( \yAH I ED—To overhaul your elec-l|^ nc 1!G - iric sweeper. Work guuruiiu!i.'d.| HeDiicr Elecliic Service, ',', Gil- 1 tars l ; aru. Co. Pl:o;ie (iSO. I" 20c-k 11-30J UPHOLSTERING and refinisiiinj' furniture. H. B. Oakes, 115 \v. Main St. Ijj.jtij WRIGHT'S WnTf Street Greyhound nils Station 31p-k 11-31 TAXI EXl'ERT Typewriter and adding machine repairing. U. s. liiank- (.•iiihipfi 110 E. ROM. Phone 165W. Ic-k 12-1 IN A HURRY? CALL S'i'HINGKR TAXI PHONE 279 18P-K 11-18 ARTISTIC SHO-CARD3 Small Signs Sale Banners 1IAHVEV .McCALL 305 K. MAIN 2p-kl2-2 _ COAL AND WOOD PHONE'TOT BUCHANAN; 'Our coal is black but we 'real you while." 21c-kll-.il GARAGES COAL at low cash prices. Phone 45. Prompt Delivery. BLYTHEVILLE COAL CO., Walnut & Railroad St.5. Gc-kNov.5 KINDLING and WOOD for healing and cooking. We deliver. W. M. Smith, Phone 980 or Gateway Store. 21p-k 11-21 EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrecker Service, Open all night. DAY . & NIGHT QARAGE. Phone 555. j FOR SALE—Good dry wood, Phone 3P-K 12-3} 712. Cooke and Gilliam. 12C-K 11-12 FLOYD HARGETTS GARAGE CHKYSLKK SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K ll-fi Di'SOTO SALES .v: SERVICE Commercial Auto Repairing ROY BAKER JOE WILLIAMS PHONE I HKAUTY I'ARLORS 4u-kl2-4 QQ WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping ^ rocms. Frog Pond Cafe. I0c-[f WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phone 92 20C K II-'.*) SCALP .TREATMENTS OUR. SPECIALTY McADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 288 23C-K 11-28 HOMECRAFT FREE demonstration on latest sewing art. SINGERCKAtT rugs, toys and gifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 24p-k 11-24 ••-DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING-Coats relined, alterations a specialty. Ruth Thompson, GofT Hoto!. 20e-k!l-20 CLEANERS. TAILORS 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. sjp-K 11-0 Trautliam Coal ft' Transfer Co. Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R.. R .St. Phone 004. ROOM & HOARD AUTOMOBILE Glass, nc\v and! used nulo parts. Jackson Auto 1 Pails Co. Phono «Ki. uu-k 13-3 NEW KORD BATTERIES. Hcnliu batteries, recharging nnd rcualr- IJilJ. V77 Tire & Iliitleiy station. 18C-K 11-1U WASHING 78c - - GREASING 75e DAY & NIGHT SERVICE PHONE 555 24P-K 11-25 FOR HUNT FOR RENT-One small furnished apaitnient; two 3-roo:n mid one 5-rcom apailmcn' unfinnishcd. Rent rcasonaulo (o satisfactory tenants. Fi-ank C. Dauglas, Phones K3 »e-ktt FOR RENT—5 room house S7 FURNISHED 3 rooKis niu tat!)' close in. $15. Dr. J. A. Sallba. leys 5-ROOM Furnished home,~7eii son- able, to satisfactory tenants. Mrs Sak, Phcne ti?2. 2--1-1 STORE biiildinr;, 611 L. Fowlor. Phone 450J. THIS CURIOUS WORLD ONCE HAD AN EVE IN THE WOOLS. OFltSHEAD. A ROOUWENTARY ?YE CAN 86 SE£H IN ITS BRAIN. O 1)3111 HfJ, SKVKt l«. 4cktf TO UUY CORN ery, Blytlinvlllc. USED Steves and Ranges. R. j. Dodson Furniture. •Ic-k^-l SITUATIONS WANTED TO THOSE seeking ]ol>s the Courier News Want-Ads offer a result producing service at low cost. Phone 306. STRAYED STRAYED — 1 blazed face Bay Mare, 1 brown Mare. 1 blue Horse Mule. 1 brown Horse Mule. Notify Mack Dryeans or E. I). Adams. Blytheville. 4P-K8 ROOM & BOA'RD-Close in. 103 W. Ash. Mrs. E. Gay. 2p-kl2-2 FOR SALE SINGER. SEWING cheap. Call 072. MACHINE, 1 2c-k!» AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 29C-JU129 FILLING STATION, dvelliii!. house, 3 storage tanks, all combined. Good business. Will sell cheap. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K 11-7 ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Out-board motors, good as ne\v J sizes. Booiie Hall. lOp-k 11-10 FOH SALE REASONABLE—Slightly used portable typewriter. Call 863-W. I2x-ktf PIANO and 2 Feather Beds. Mrs. M. G. Goodwill. Phone 076. Ipk8 BARN Cured Alfalfa, $7 ton. Dr. T. F. Hudson ,Lu>:ora. 3p-klO . DON'T THROW THEM AWAY v,'u re-line, re-model and repair coats and suits for men and women. Experienced tailor and experienced dressmaker. Hudson Taibi EhOD. 12C-K 11-12 IIATS CLEANED and re-shai»i. 7oc. Hudson Tailor Shop, phone 53. I2C-K11-12 KAD10 SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work eiiaT- antecd. estimates [rce. n L UKDMAN, Waipolc Electric Slion g^°c 3H. Hp-kll-14 QUICK SERVICE on"nTtyp»Toi radios. Watch Icr our advertising car. Parkhurst Co. Phone 57. 18p-kll-U ELECi'KICAL Dust-proof bags, Brushes and rubber-covered cord for yoitr electric swctper. ileffner Etcclric Service, % Gillcn Furniture, Call ESQ. 13c-klll3 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, lix- turcs :nrt whin?. WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Phone 314 W E R r r HE 31AKKS 'KM Slii: Oil ice o«r Joe Isaac's Store CUKKX I.EAJ.- ClU - E lt I'UUIT STAND Hcgular Mral s a specialty. All you can cat 25c. with drink. Complete line of Fruits A; Ve?- cbblcs. See me for wholesale prices on apples. KIK:K MEIIAKU, ivonripinr Wo Deliver 312 E. Main OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs 'vfrKoaat Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 810-777 FOR SALE—Grocery, good location, mixed trade, no ccmpetition. Selling cheap account leaving toun. Box CK. Courier News. 3c-kG NURSERY STOCK SHRUBS—.All prices. We set Ilieui out. Hester's Fruit and Produce. 123 East Main. I9p-k 11-19 FARM LANDS FOR SALE—53 acres in cultivation. 3 houses, big barn, in n miles of Blytheville. 1 mile of good school. $25.00 per acre, terms Phone 887 or 838. W. T. Barnett. 6C-K-TF Mr. Bargain Hunter N'o\v is (ho golden opportunity to buy a 40 or 80 or larger farm. Improved lands can be bought al prices ranging from $15 to $40 per acre, cash or terms. If you a home this fall it will 'increase in value, pay a good divl- :Icnt nnrt help make a living. We can locate you, write or phone. G. G. CAUDILI, i>o* IBS rtionc .a? I5C-K 11-15 LIVE STOCK FOK SALE—Jersey Mild, cows with younj; calves. Ecc Ii M Beck at Harris 1 Barn. lDp-kil-13 MILCH COWS for sal? 7r"trade" Hester's I-'ruil & Produce. ldp-kll.19 \ NOTICE OF COMMISSION!:!! 1 !) SALK Notice is hereby Given, that Ii: pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal crder of ttic Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, made nnd entered on the 251 h day ol September, 1932. in a certain causo (No. 5226) then pending therein between The Federal Land Bunk of St. Louis, a corporation, com- plivinnnt, and A. G. Little, et ol., delendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale nt public vemliio to the highest bidder, at the south door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said Court Is held, In the County of Mississippi, within the hours prescribed by ia\v for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 10th day of November. A. D. 1332, the following described real estate, to-wit: The South Ten (10) acres of the Southwest Quarter (S\V" t ) of the Northwest Quarter (N\V!1) and the Northwest Quarter <NW!i> of the Southwest Quarter (SW 1 /,) and thi! Southwest. Quarter (SW',1) of the Southwest Quarter (SW-i) of Section Thirty (30), Township Sixteen (10) North, Range Eleven (11) East, containing One Hundred Eighteen (118) acres, more or less, in Mississippi Connly, Arkansas. TERMS OP SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute n bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, «-l(li approved security, tearing interest at the rate of Eight Per Cent (8%) per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises "sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my Land tills 25lh day of Oct., 1S32. R. L. GAIKE3. Commissioner in Chancery. 28-4-111 $/OO A POUND ALL-STONED TO THE PACIFIC... THROUGH irw wixuwA C4NA' HE PAID THE GOVERNMENT THIRTY ft* CtZr*,' FOR TOIL CHARGES; BASHO.ON HB" TONNAG?) The Tuatcra is what scientists call "a, living fossil," for | t | s the sole rcpre^malive of an ancient Group of reptiles which lived back in the Mew Red Sandstone ago. The Tuatera luys Us cass In the innd, and almost R ycui- is required for (hem to hatch The Urcat Locbo of the Panama Canal were put Into operation for (he iMstage of Halliburton, Just as they arc for tho greai stumers. NEXT: How often are eclipses i-cjicated? NOTICE TAX PAYERS In Drainage District No. 17 IT IS ONI,Y A SHORT TIME UNTIL Tliy liOOKS. WILL BE CLOSED TO Till;! PAYMENT OF 10132 TAXES. PAY NOW AND SAVE PENALTY, PEES AND COSTS. If your property is dcliiKiuwil for one or jjioro years, it will \,c to yoiip intcre.sl find advitnlugc to redeem nl once. Ciill at, or write the District's office in BlylhevilJc for statements and CLIFTON H. SCOTT Federal Receiver, DHAINAGE DISTRICT NO. )7 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Cilrt (u CUmh Mt. SEATTU3.1. (UD-Durlng a brief stay lK>ri', Miss Adelaide Hooker, of Nw Vork, who married John i). IlocXcfellw, 3rd, said situ planned to climb Mount McKUilcj 1 , North America's highest peak, next summer, Turkeys !rt TOLEDO, Ore. (UW—Ed 1-Vsh irncd llmt wild cvcrsreen blnck- bcrrlwi (1ml grow in Ills fields, niul turnips provldo splendid fecit for Tn« turkeys lly Inlo the climinei 6; bcrrlej «'licn liirncd oiil In the mornings,'oblivious of Ihorivi. ' ' • U-Vrar-OU' Order Filled 11KNDKNA, Kan. IUP)—Eighteen years QUO F. W, kannmin, locai l-rocc'i-, mulled' nti order for fnill lo u ToiKkp, .KO>I., company, jilt .order has Just,been lllli.il. No o;ie knows where 111? order was dur- l(iu the )8 years, QUITS A CANYON " Oliaco C«n'ypn )s <|t«»ted inTIS iKrthwcstcm part of New Mexico. It cows 20,369 acres of nr«hli- Wrjc ruins, gagebriuh, cedar trees, arllllanl hued clIHs and gi' :d s»n<t», . UUK BOARDING HOUSE Aflcr you l, avc , ham or oilier greasy foods, use a MUle ammonia In the dishwater. Human hair Is half as strong as the steel' used In structural work. f Bj Ahem INTERESTING./ NOT INVEST VQUTC. NEED CASH PARTNER 1 TOR. fv\Y SLOT b PAN-CAKE STREET I ( GET Tms OME. — ^ *'PEAR £.112 •. v;m\ VOUR. '$ 80O AMD rAV BRAINS ^WPr WOULT) CLICK LIKE SWISS ON T2VE-CAM START UT> MAKING ICE-CUBE'S WITH e. -JOE ^ H- "DON'T <so ANY TARTHER'. I'M YOUR. MAN- If NEED EXPAND NEW •DOOR.S TO MU"SIC- MOKE THOUBLEI OKJN UP cw'vLtvim DOME vwj\ otM ftM COftCtR^'cO W\VV $E OOCVW \XKfy \\ HtV.COT \\ OUT \\\. 6CT 6000 K>'*jQ J 'ARMERS haviiiR livestock to sell or if they desire to buy they Kill find it convenient and economical to tiso Courier News Wani- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE SKCOND HAND I FURNITURE 5 Sec Us First | R. J. Dodsor, I CLEAN UP SALE USED CARS FOR LESS '% ™ 1^ :::::::::::^ '.in I-nrrt Siwrl Koatlstrr . Viity. "!0 Kurd Ji; („„ Truck ..'. Vlifi( '23 Ford Tick U,, 95^. If it is not listed lierc come in from"*' WC lia4C PlC1Uy to tllc ^ Shouse-Littie Chevrolet Co. Open at night Ic-kB' Q O <. 11J^ _ ff^_ ...9* o .Vwfy/*~ W'.ER\C(\MS' HORSE IS L v?Sl &ft ^ 1& &v LE ^ ^ WfeVlTftSlS. AND PEWTH, ONCE KM -AI-TUReD, IS A CEIJTAlNiy. HUDDIKS! WASH TUBHS Hy Crane C 1M2 •'' MI-MI K. WATEHPROOF Covers lor trucks' I nnd wajoas. Carney Awnin" Co i :1!3 S. First St., Phone 643. ' i IfP-K 11-10 HOW BOYS, THIS SAME -9 THEY SAY VJ1TH WILFORO TODAY MAS m DEFENSE |G ' TO BE VJC,-J ... 1 Tl 'Ell\ VE CAM WK IT, BUT A FOOTBALL SAME is NEVER. V/O.M (JMTlL TWE FIWAL. -TVAJ WAY COA C U ' " I'UN NY WOKK! ^fej : NOW «£MS S.ETHAN tM£R. , —- = s ii i /-ofj HOOR feer, \ f ebv 1 . Rim FOR I ^^.^ -^-^ ~ -m FPECkLES AMD J 1 COMT TWIjJk 1 '/JILL GET J WES SOIfJS TD OUR P5ASS ' J BE IU 7<3PAY£ \WORKIM' AM' < SAME ....HE "TWEBE WON'T ) WASN'T JN BE ANYmiMS'A ROCW P2ED'- CO.VE To TWWk OF IT,I DIDMT SEE. HIM.... VWAITLL r ASK TUE THE BIS IDEA IS I! FAMOUS FOOTBAIi By Rktss«i rjEORGIA TKH.lus.j t-Jqut lormiSo. ^-* wiJi ,vi unluljiiccJ lae llul (ws wxktj >x3 for leans !rom ital soDlhan xhod TV dn pan Jl Wl s)»« how the luai Sno up ni:h l!» sliciK ^i<t to ll» righl <J lire ccnKt, aixi a wngkjck flinlin; iJic riglil end or, M • ; this «.v, the WI ctxi n-fio ha movtJ o«<r M if ligKl siic c^ the Lw. i . ° T)K <?w!frt«<k slancis xiiK hb Udt lo dw xfflN ccrJer. At iho 5.^, At coi)o snajit Ac M W lo the qui-tcr »Ko rctnved it bttwm)«ley. XjSi From iJiHpojJUm ht fjndtJxr mjlte ibM W F «! bdiaxl Ihe bes,« g« ie Ul lo s Ud l« a srnasli into lh« linf. R««n<»Ml

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