The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1932 · Page 4
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PAGE BEVEN Classified Advertising Rates , i Minimum Charge GOc Count 5 Average Words to aLins Month i ate per line, per month '. COc Six times, per line per day . 05c Ilirco times per line per day OGc One liine per line lOc All Ads run irregularly lake Ihc one lime rate. BUSINESS D1KECTOKY CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop tor repairs ana estimates. IMionc «^. lOi'-K. ll-W PLUMBING KSDUCKD HATES on plumbing work dony before cold weather. A. G. Aitken, Call 894W. Uc-kU-J4 UAIUJKS FRESH— A Chadc Milk delivered "IBM mid Phone B77. :. O. w. IOP-K n-irj WAIv'lED—To overhaul sour dec- cut- sweeper. Work guaranteed.! Heiincr Electric Service, 'A U»-!_ K-us Mini. Co. Phone 080. ' 2!lc-lc 11-301 KKSTAUUANTS CEO. \vRionrs~ wiiii streol Lunch, Greyhound Bus Station. P«ene lie. aip-k 11-31 TAXI UPHOLSTERING and rofinishina I furniture. H. B. Oakcs, 115 W. j ^' !1 Sl ' _ 11> ' ko I EXPERT Typewriter ana "aildiiiig machine repairing, u. H. umnk- cnshipfi US E. Rose. Phone 165W. 'lc-k 12-1 ARTISTIC SHO-CARDS Small Signs sale Banners HAHVEY McCALL 305 E MAIN IN A HURRY? CALL STRINGER. TAXI PHONE 2711 18P-K 11-18 woo i ) PHONE J07 CLEAN UP SALE USED CARS FOR LESS $311.00 . ISiS.W) '31 Ford Tudor '31 I'ord Coup* '39 Ford Sjwrt Koadsk'r '3# Kurd l\t tun Truck '2U Ford Ktk Uu II it is not Haled here conic in. Sec us. Wo have plenty lo pick from. dhoiue-Little Chevrolet Co. Open at niuht Ic-kb Church of Medieval Fame "Lost" in Heart of London .WASHING 75c - - OREASINU I'M DAY & NIGHT fcSEitVlUK PHONli 5;,5 •J-U'-K 11-U5 FOR RENT FOR RENT—One siilttll furnlslicil apartment; two 3-room anil one 5-room apartment unfurnished. Rent reasonable to eatlsfacturj- tenants. Frnnlc a Douglas, Pliuiios 3S3 or «4. He-kit coal is black BUCHANAN. I FOR RENT-5 J'ODm house. 57. j treat you white. bill we | FURNISHED 3 room, uii.1 bat::, 21c-sll21 j close in, $15. Or. J A S'lliln IvkH "I 21p-k 11-21 GAKAGKS "; i STORE huilciina, Gil FranMii'i. Phollc 450J ' EXPERT MECHANICS and Wreck- \~~ or Service. Open all uMil DAY I COAL "I low cash prices. Si NIGHT GARAGE. Phone 555 i „ ! ' 10! "Pt Delivery. DLY 12C-K 11-12 Phone 48. one „ . DLYTHEVILLE 3P-K 12-3 CCWL ct> - Walnut <t- Railroad Sis. FLOYD HARGETT'S GARAGE CHHYSLEH SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K 11-1 DCSOTO SALES fc SERVICE CominerciaJ Auto Repairing ROY BAKER JOE WILLIAM? PHONE 888 5c-!cNov.5 TranthEim Coal & Transfer Co. ! Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. R .St. Phone 904. BEAUTY PARLORS USED Stoves and Ranges. R. J. Dodson Furniture. 4c-kl2-4 ROOM & BOARD C WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping •'" rooms. Frog Pond Cafe. lOc-tf ROOM & BOARD—Close hi. 103 W. WE SPECIALIZE IN JIA1K TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phone 92 20(J K Il-yj SCALP TREATMENTS OUR SPECIALTY MCADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 288 28C-K 11-28 FREE demonstration on latest sewing art. SINGERCRAFT rugs, toys and gifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 24p-k H-iJ DKESSMAKING DRESSMAKING—coats reiined, aT- terat-ions a specialty. Ruth Thompson, GofT Hotch 20c-l:U-20 CLEANERS. TAILORS SUPERIOR DYE WORK ATTENTION" — Men's ovci coats cleaned and hats blocked. Ladies fur trimmed coats our specialty. Call Unique Cleaners for prompt Service. Phone ni, (jp-K 11-6 Ash. Mrs. E. Gay. 2p-kl2-2 NICE MEALS, 25 cents. Phone 807^ 31G West Ash Street. 5c-k 12-5 FOR SALE SINGER SEWING cheap. Call 672. MACHINE, AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 29C-M129 NEATLY furnished bedroom [or ladles or couple. Will share kitchen, relerencca exchanged. , 1300 Chic. Ave. 4p-k8 WANTED 'SQ HUY CORN WANTED—Mnrllyn Hatch- cry, Blythevilto, 21c-klf SITUATIONS WANTED TO THOSE seeking Jobs thn Courier News Want-Ads olTor a result pvortucln;; service nt low cost. Phone 30fi. STRAYED STRAYED - 1 blazed lace Bay Marc, 1 brown Mare. 1 blue Hcrso Mule. 1 brown Horse Mule. Notify Mad; Bryeans or E. D. Adams, Dlylhcville. COMMISSIONER'S KALE Notice is hereby Riven tfcnt tl\e undersigned commissioner, in com- The Clmrcli of S(, fthclburga, one of lh» «|<l, st ln ,.„,„,„„ „ almost lost in the business district which surrounds «. „„„ ' u see the church, mil, mwlcm shops conceRllnj the lower lialf show have been built acrow Ihc front of SI. ElhelburWs slnre 1370 PILLING 3 TAT I ON, „ house, 3 storage tanks, all combined, acocl business. Will sell L-hcnp. Address "HA", Courier. 7C-K 11-7 HUNTERS, for Sale Out-board motors, good as new J sizes. Boone Hall. lOp-k :i-ll PIANO and 2 Feather Beds. Mrs M. G. Goodwin, phone 07C. ipjic BARN Cured Alfalfa, 57 ton. Dr T. p. Hudson .Liixora. 3p-klO DON'T .„„... «,,n i We re-line, re-model ancl"re'i)atr FOR SALE—Grocery, good location, competition. mixed trade, THROW THEM AWAY i ? lling clleu!1 accollnt leaving town. Box CK, Courier News. 3 C -k6 coats and suits /or men and women. Experienced tailor and experienced dressir.^-cr. Hudson Tailor Shop. 12C-K 11-12 HATS CLEANED and" re-shaped 75c. Hudson Tailor Shop, Phone 53, 12C-K11-I2 RADIO SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, estimates free R i DED.MAN, Walpolo Electric Shop' Phone 314. Hp-ktl-14 QUICK SERVICE on nil typ« ol radics. Watch for our advertising car. Parkhurst Co. Phoj:c 57. _v 13p-k!l-iK ELUCTKICAI, • Dust-piocif bays. Hnibhcs and nib- tcr-covered cord for your clcc- Iric s-.vcc-|»i. lioirncr Elcctrir Sfrvicc. '.i GUleii Furnihire. Call tis<> - 13c-klll3 El.rrcTIUCAL APPLIANCES, fixtures :nd iririua. WALPOLF KLECTRJC SHOP, Phor.e 3H Up-kll-l-! W E R T Uf 3IAKKS 'E.U SEK Office Over Joe Isaac's Store «KEKX l.i:.\F CAFE lt FRUIT STAXU Regular Meals a spcolally. All yon can cat 25c. with drink. Comp.clc line of Fniik ft Vc*- etablcs. See me tor wholesale prices on apples. ni'CK MEHAKG, frnnticinr We Deliver 313 E Maln OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Repairs Wii-ikca- Service PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Thnnc 810-777 GOOD pane! body truck, will trade lor goo.-I use:! sedan. J. H. Fisher, 701 W. Walnut. 5p-kO NURSERY STOCK 3I1RUBE—All' prices. We set them out. Hester's Fruit and Produce '23 East Main. is-k u-l'j SARLY Searing Papcrshcll P,?can trees, 3rapcs, peaches, pears, plums, strawberries, etc. Quality , , . juarantccri. Quick growers. Easily limited. Catalog free. Bass Pecaii Jo., Lumbcrton, Miss. FARM LANDS •"OR SALE— 53 acres in cultivation. 3 houses, big barn, in 6 miles if Blyfhevillc. idiool. S25.00 ^lione 887 or 888". W. T. Barnctt. OC-K-TF 1 mile of good per acre, terras -1 pl^pnc-s with the terms of a decree £ rendered by the Chancery Courl for the Chlckasaw'oa District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 26th day cf April. 1023, wherein" The Mississippi County Build- in? & Lean Association \rns Plaintiff, No. 5178, and E. J. Browne et al were Defendants, will s=il nt public auction to'the highest anci best bidder, on a creiit of three months, at the front door of th: Court, House, betweii the hours prescribed by law, in the city of Bly- tfceville, Arkansas, on the - 22nd day of Novemb3r. 1932, the following real estate, to-wit: . Lot Twenty-lair (24) ami th? ' East Half of lat. Twenty-three (23) in Block Two (2) of Sudbury's Addition to the City of Blythevil'.c. Arkansas. Said sale will be had t'j satisfy said decree in th? sum of S3255.G7. with ten per cent interest from March 2, 1932. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said properly as additional security for the payment of such purchase noncy. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, en t'r.is, tli2 29th day of October, 1932. (Seal) R. L. GAINES Commissioner in Chancery. Reid, Evrard & Henderson, Altyo. for Plaintiff. 29-5 Mr. Bargain Hunter low is the golden opnorlunity lo my a -;o or 80 or larger farm. "lin- :rovcd lands can le bought m ;r;ccs ranging from $15 to 540 XT acre, cash or terms. If you )iiy a home this fall it will in- •rt-iisc in value, pay a good divi- tent and help mate a living. We .an locate you. \vrHc or piione. G. G. CAUD1LL Box J3S 1'iiuiic ~,'.n 15C-K Jl-15, 1 LONDON.—Almost lost In (he heart of the great business section which surrounds It on every side in Bishopsgate, the Church of St. E'holburfia Is one of the few authentic bits of medieval London v.'hlch has survived the passngc of lime. It was built so long aso— sometime dining the early yours of the 13lh century — that little of Us early histoiy is recorded. The church was named after Ethel- hurga, the famous abbess of Harking, whose fntlier ivas Elhelbcrt, | kins of Kent. Moroy for building the clmrcli was raised by the abbess. Old records show that the cliurcli was once one of the richest in Gnjhuid. Gold, silver, jnnr- ble mid alabaster ornamented the interior, bill almost nil of its riches has been lost or destroyed duriiii; the pnst VOO years. For one thing, many of Its val- TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office of the Supervising Architect, Washington, D. a.. October 28, 1032. Sealed bids, in duplicate subject to the conditions contained herein, will b: publicly opened In this oilier at 3 p.m.. November 29; 1932, for fur- performing all work tor the' oi>- suuction of ihc U. S. post offlc; at Blytlieville, x Ark. The prevailing rate of wage shall be paid all laborers and mechanics' employed on the project as provided in tile Act of March 3, 1931 (Public No. 708). Drawings and specifications, not exceeding ir.ree sets, may I>2 ob'.ain- cd at this office in the discretion of the supervising architect by any satisfactory general contractor, mill provided a dcpcsit of S15.00 is made lor each set to assure its prompt etnrn. Checks oifercd as deposits nust bo made puyaWe to the order of the Treasurer cf the United _ „ „ 0 jlatcs. Cash dejiosits will not bs ' ax, or a ladder to harvest his corn accepted. ' .' crop. JAS. A. WETMORE. Lascanni planted a Mexican va- Acilng Supervising Arcr.lt^ct. riety of corn, and the stalks now 3-5-7 I arc more than H feet-tall. 'led possessions wcro soiil nt terrals in order to pay tlm °f expensive repairs. a • * The reputed wealth ot the chinch was such as to attract the nttrntlon ot King Homy VIII, however, but he niadc his demands too lalo. The bulk of live treasure had already been ho lil to rclmlld Uie roof, accnrdlng lo nn ancient (Icciiuicnl, "ns it rnlnctli In divers places, lo the grcnt nnnoyaiic.2 nml dlsqulclness of the whole parisliioncrs." \ The Church of St. E(helburgs> Is of hlsiorlcul liijerest to Americans, for It, was hero llmt Hen tirlck Hudson ana his small crew attc-mled (heir last dlvlno service before stilling In a vain search lor the Northwest Piissnge to Asia in 1007. The famous "Maids' . built in IC20 "for the daughters and maidservants of the parish to sit in," has been destroyed, and the famous brass plnn.ua eroded to tho mninory of W. Williams, sword Iroarer to fi2 lord mayors of London, lias been lost. ' In 1006 Ihc Great Fire which ewcpt London left the Church of St Ethclbiirga Intact. It was one of the few buildings to survive that disaster. The custom of permitting shops to be built across the front ot tho church, which was stalled In 1507 in an effort lo raUe money, Ktill continues. Wllh larger buildings on either sldo as well, St. ' Elheiuurga's Is sight. Farmer's Colorado Corn Grows 14 Feet High PUEBLO, Colo. (UP)—Joe Las- canni is going to have to get an Farmers Make Own Thresher and Tractor Inroshlng niuchJne at llio Kylrii farm, near lierf, bolches furih «roiu <iuiuilltH,>» of *uw, Noun,! sums Minim Kylm tt^'l n personal pride . n ,' In the cvcnl. j[ 0 built Hie nuiclilne. 1 v ^ , Ami not only tbst, lie conslnwle.l i •'•-• (lie honir-nuido tractor which fur- hcs Its pa\v«r. l"g tlw threshing machine!". He did- his rcKiihir tnrm work, did odd Jcbs lo earn iiioi|cy wltli which to buy iimtcrlnU; nnd utilized his ilme in assembling Hie mn- Tho tractor was built from seven years build- l purls, purchased for annill - was first ii Ills miller's farm. It's suc- opmllon rcsulied In plans OUtt BOARDING HOUSE lo usi , ..._ _ snuill grain next summer. Crwhe» Qn* ' OTHer Triplet, PVEBLQ. col, <rjp)-,t>n», the oncss i,, thc Puebl() ^ had tiiplcts, but now she only has twins riw thrc« cubs wefe bpnj to Le- O, who tended, them carefully. But somehow, whether thwujh accident or design, no one tave kiKiK's, she sat down on one of them, crushing its We out' Aherti WITH YOUR, #800 IC*N COMPLETE THE WORK ON fAY WINTER /AERW-60- T20UND-THE MONfeY TO BE LrctD TO INSTALL A -STEAM HEATIN<b SYSTtrA TO H&AJ THE MERT?Y-<SO- 1?OUNt> "PONIES FOR. BLE -RIDING, WITH AND fv\Y#7& CAN BUILD A NOVEL 1 HAW A UIT ANt> A .'SECRET ,CHA,^T To SOME SUNKEN SANDWICH STANV •SHAPED LIKE A HUGE FLORIDA NOW, IF YOU WILL GO IN WITH ME,WTH YOUT2. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS UVIi STOCK FOR SALE-Jersey .Milch Com with young calves. See U, M. deck al Harris' Barn. lDp-kll-19 IBNKHOVIK TO VJKSH KMO EPSV, ftwo Tb TrtoR. puRsutus W P>$ WEIL, THEre UNEQUM, tHftSE IS 86l(*i WMCHED MILCH COWS for saio "or trade Hester's Fruit & Produce. 10p-km9 'AHMERS having livestock to Sell or if they desire to buy they vill find it convenient and ccon- 'inlcal to use Courier Nc\vs Want- Ads. AUTOMOBILE Glass, new and used auio park. Jackson Auto' ; Parts Co. Phone Gfi. 3c-k 12-3 ; SKCOND HAND •! WATERPROOF Covers for trucks FURNITUREf'"^ -- c - y A - vniugco -' S«e Us First R. J. Dads on 301-303 r. XtlM . ,113 S. First St., Phone 0-!3. !17P-K W.W FORD I3ATTERIES. lwlllill batteries, recharging nnd rnnair- j a«. 777 Tir 2 i Battery Station, i 18C-K 11-19 I FRECKLES ISN'T IN TWE &5DAD, COACH. VJHATS OH....//AV8E WEXL SHOW UP BERDtfE TWE 6AViE |S OVER... ERIC IS STARTIM3 IM V HIS R35ITIOW i' WILL HAVE HALT . «?.»«« wo .BJER WK CfF ." WHIS.I.NDO- TO THE AMt<?ICAHS' AMAZEMENT, A ctiM?,\M'f Or FEBtRAt CftV/^VRY <WE5 PAST TH£M IM HOT PUR-SUIT OF i\NO ?AmO-STRiCWCkl RC(J£LS IT'S A MYSTEKY TO KK»! -BOY, OH 8qvi COACH WAS p i G H'T .' THE THEiR FOOTBALL I I BKo RlVAU, IS HAVIMe? AW EA5V ' TIME Of ,7 AMD THERE GOES ) UST AS VT Wpt^S THKT WASH AMD EASY ARE DOOMED, THERE IS BUGLE CALL, f w4^

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