The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1932 · Page 3
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JMONDAV, NOVEMBER 7, 1932 PAGE SBVEM CALL WIGGINS Electric Shop icr ana estimates. Plume WANTED TO BUY FOR RENT— One small (mulshed CORN WANTED— Marilyn Hutcll- a part mem; two J-room and one cry, Ulyllievllle. Rent reasonable to j>atisv«tory ten- USED Slaves iinj Rnnm-s. R. FRESH—A UiaUe Mil* delivered and morning. O. W. Phone 877. 10P-K U-IC Tliu nlcoliol coiicenied with tills Inble la Ilic .dcnnturcd variety, ants. Frank C. Dauglas, Phones or 15*. Hc-kii Dodson Furniture. Tlio Blyccfino is the TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Of- lly NBA Service NOTK: Ihi. The following table sho*K tli l)ii re. dlsllllcd chemical that icc of tlic Supervising Architect. amount of anti-frecic rccouunend- FURNISHED 3 rooms and bath, prepared ecpcclully for nullalors. Washington. D. c., October 28, 193'->. srriw at »rUclrs on ed for virlous temperatures: close In, $15. Dr. J. A. Salftu. IcIcS Sealed bids, in duplicate subject to I n im.ilicn uf the autumuMk for In tlio disc of alcohol, only us lie conditions contained heroin, will 5-ROOM Furnished home, rca:on l* publicly ojKiicd in tills onlee nt iiHii'li ;:hi;ul(t IKI used ns Is able, to satisfactory tenants. Mrs. •i p.m., November 20, 1932, for fuv- sury to protect ngalnsl wl'.Uer con- One of (lie troubles thu inotor- erformlng nil work for tlic con- Classilied Advertising Rates Minimum Charge 50c ooimt 5 Average Words to a Una Month rate per line, per month 60o Six times, per line per day . 05c Three times per line per day 060 One time per line IOC All Ads run Irregularly take the one time rale. BUSINESS mUECTOUY KESTAUKANTS GEO. WRIGHTS Wall Street Lunch, Greyhound Bus Station. Plione 110. aip-k 11-31 TAXI WAlViKD—To overliaul your elec trie sweeper. Wont guuramvi-u. I Huiiiier Electric Service, '/» Oil-' lens iuru. CJ. Plione liiiO. I IN A HURRY? CALL STRINGER TAXI PHONE 270 18P-K 11-18 COAL AND WOOD UPHOLSTERING and refmishiiiK furniture. II. B. Oakes, 115 \v. 29c-k ll-au | P H O N 13 107 "Our coal is treat you white." Ip-kS Main SI. EXPERT Typewriter and adding machine repairing. U. H. Biank- ciisliipfl lie E. Rose. Phone 165W. ic-k 12-1 AUTISTIC SHO-CARDS Small Signs Sale Banners HARVEY McCALL 305 E. MAIN 2p-kI2-2 GARAGES EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrecker Service. Open nil night. DAY & NIGHT GARAGE. Phone 555. 3P-K 12-3 FLOYD HARGETT'S GARAGE CHRYSLER SPECIALIST OPPOSITE CITY HALL 8p-K 11-8 DeSOTO SALES & SERVICE Commercial Auto Repairing ROY BAKER JOE WILLIAMS PHONE 888 4p-kl2-4 BEAUTY PARLORS BUCHANAN, black but we 21c-kll21 KINDLING and WOOD for hcathm and cooking. We deliver. W. M. Smith, Plione 380 or Gateway Store. 21p-k 11-21 1^'.' STORE biillding, Oil Franklin. $8 L. Fowler, Phone 45UJ. 4ckll NEATLY furnished bedroom ladies or couple, kitchen, references 130U Chic. Ave. Will sharo exchanged. 4i)-k8 STRAYED STRAYED l blazed face Buy Mare. 1 brown Mare, 1 blue Horse Mule, 1 brown Horse Mule. Noiify M'ick Uiyeans or E. O, 7P-K11 Truiilhiim Coal & Transfer Co. Dealers in Kentucky and Sunlight Coal Sycamore & R. R .St. Phone 964. 4p-kl2-4 SITUATIONS WANTED TO THOSE seeking jobs the I Courier News Want-Ads oiler result producing service at low cost. Phone 306. ROOM & BOARD WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping rooms. Frog Pond Cafe. 19c-tf ROOM A; BOARD-Close in. 109 W. Ash. Mrs. E. Gay. 2p-kl2-2 NICE MEALS. 25 cents. Phone 807. 016 West Ash Street. 5c-k 12-5 FOK SALE SALESMEN WANTED WANTED MEN WITH CARS, aged 25-50 to supply consumers in Cities of Leachvllle,- Osceolii, Jonesboro and Trumann with widely advertised household and farm products. Routs experience preferred out not necessary. Write Industries, Dcpt. AK-4-17, Mem- struction of tlie U. s. post ollico nl Blythsvlllc, Ark. The prevailing rate of wane shall uc paid nil laborers and mechiinlcs employed on the. project ns provided in tlie Act of March 3, 1931 (1'ubllc No. 198). Drawings und S|>ecincatlons, HOI exceeding [.r.rce . WUS| mny jjj obi-,!,!. cd at tills olllco In the discretion of the supervising architect by any satlsfaclory general contractor, and provided :i ciepcslt of $10,00 Is made /or each ECI to fissure il.s prompt. return. Check.3 olicrcil as deposits must b: nuidi! puynblo to the o-der of the Treasurer of the United States. C:ish deposits will not bo accepted. JAS. A. WETMORE, Actiny Super. Islnc Arciiik-cl. 3-5-7 U constantly bcsel with In win- UT I:; Hie cool!ii|; syslOJli. This >'Mlt. due to lack cf i-nip, becomes liwn nml causes 11 lov of grief ;u:<l expense. The 'first step In preparing Ilio •ir for winter should be condltlon- >»:,' of live cooliiif system Jor fretting weather. Tills is done by going over every lime connection between the water pump nnd nulinlor imd tightening I Item. If the hose llself is worn. H is nil excellent practice to rc- pliico 11, ns iiiitl-Trecxe comiwunds will nnri their way lliruugh Ilio tiniest leak In tho rubber. H is n good plan, too, to Mush mil the rudinton tind cooling system. Do this by running thu en- Bine while n solution o( watni mid nbout two InblL'sixxmsful of baking Is iiourcil lino it. This will i free the rust and scnlu from the I Insktc. Insull's Under Doctor's in Athens Hospital | Mnko sure the cylinder head. lh Hiiht, the pctcopk nt tlic bottom or ditlonn at. tlio Uhie, or at leut lor a time until a rise in tempe-mure in e-xpected. -this - can be gauges uy'-tlic time of tho year tod the a'vciage. tcmi>erature conditions. If Blywrine is used, howeve- the problem Is simplified. The lowest iwsslblc temperature 'ot the wlnwr ran be considered at the start and prepared against by the ad-lldoa' of the proper amount of antifreeze. OUR HOARDING HOUSE SINGER SEWING cheap. Call 672. MACHINE, 2c-k9 AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE AII11MO LUMBER YARDS 29c-kU29 WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phone 02 20C K 11-29 ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Out-board motors, good as new, sizes. Boone Hall. lOp-k 11-10 SCALP TREATMENTS OUR SPECIALTY McADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 238 28C-K 11-28 ~ liOMECKAFT FREE demonstration on latest sewing art. SINGERCRAPT rugs, toys and gifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 24p-k 11-2-1 • DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING—Ccrats rcllncd, nl- . terations a specialty. Ruth Thompson, Goff Hotel. 20c-kll-20 CLEANERS, TAILORS DONT THROW THEM AWAY. We re-line, re-moJel and repair coats and suits /or men and women. Experienced tailor and experienced dressojaker. Hudson Tailor Shop. 12C-K 11-12 HATS CLEANED and re-shaped. •iSc. Hudson Tailor Shop, Plione 03. I2C-KU-12 RADIO SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, estimates free. R. L. DEDMAN, Walpolc Electric Shop Plioue 314. Hp-klI-14 QUICK SERVICE on all tyiws o! radios. Watch for our advertising car. Parkliursl Co. Phone 57. 18p-kll-U I'LUMHING REDUCED RATES on plumbing work done before cold weather A. G. Aitkcn. Call 89IW. Hc-kll-H ELECTRICAL Dust-proof bags. Brushes and rubber-covered cord for your electric sweeper, lieffncr Electric Service, % Gillen Furniture, Gal; 080. 13c-klll3 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, fixtures :nd '.viring. \VALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Plione 314 14p-kll-K W E R T Hi: MAKES 'KM SEE Oilice Over Joe Isaac's Store GKEKN' LEAF CAFE & FRUIT STAND Regular Meals a Specialty. All you cnn cat 25c. with drink. Complclc line of Fruits & Vcz- ctnbles. See uio for wholesale prices on apples. BUCK MKIIARG, l>r Or Tir,frr We Deliver 312 E. Main OPEN AT NIGHT Expert Ford Hcpalrs "wiu ckc*' Be r vice PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 810-777 NOW,B\ JOVE, ^jjd TH& ONE \ LIKE \<S COMES THE JOB OF- \"M TH'GUY WHO WANTS TO MA- VACUUM CLEANED THAT' PUAVS SMAPPV •RECORDS WHIL& TH 1 A WAV TO INVEST MY #600?— ONE OF THEM MAY HAVE By Alieru CAREFULLY C.OINcb OVER, THIS PILE OF "REPLIES TO THE AD TX)NT n THAT 6ENIUS WHO '•> VfVANTS YOU TO lk <£O IN WITH HIM TO.SELL RUBBtre LEFT HANDS HOLT>1N£> NA\L'B WHEN /, PIANO and 2 Feather Beds. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Phone GIB. Ipk8 BARN Cured Alfalfa, $7 ton. Dr. T. F. Hudson .Luxora. 3p-klO iOOD pansl body truck. Will trade lor yooii used sedan. J. H. Fisher, 701 W. Walnut. ap-k9 HOME GROWN fresh Cows and Springers for sale. Stanton A. Pepper, Huffman, Ark. 7P-K12 BURROUGHS adding machine will) ' stand, cheap. Phone 165-W. 7ckl4 NURSERY STOCK SHRUBS—All prices. We set them out. Hester's Fruit and Produce. 123 East Main. 19p-k 11-19 FARM LANDS FOR SALE—S3 acres in cultivation. 3 houses, big barn, in fi miles of Blylheville. 1 mile of good school. $25.00 per acre, terms. Phone 887 or 888. W. T. BarncU. 6C-K-TF Mr. Bargain Hunter Vow is the ' golden opportunity to '3uy a 40 or 80 or larger farm. Im- irovcd lands can be bought, at trices ranging from S15 to S43 xr acre, cash or terms. If you luy a iiomc this tall it will in- :rc;ise in value, pay a good divi- lent and help make a living. We •an locate you, write or phone. G. G. CAUDILL Vox IKS fhollc 7LI7 I5C-K 11-15 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE-JeiEcy Milch Cows with young calves. Sec R. M Seek at Harris' JUarn. 19p-kll-19 MILCH COWS for sale or trade. Hester's Fruit & Produce. FARMERS having livestock to sci: or if they desire to buy thej A-ill find it convenient and economical to use Courier News Want- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOBILE Glass, new and used auto parts. Jackson Auto Parts Co. Phone CG. 3c-h 12-3 WATERPROOF Covers for truck and wagons. Carney Awning Co., 113 S. First St., Plione C43. 17P-K 11-18 NEW FORD BATTERIES. Rental bnltcrics. recharging and repairing. 777 Tire & Bsllcrv Slalion. 18C-K 11-19 SECOND HAND I FURNITURE J See Us First i R» J. Dodson I 101-303 K. CLEAN UP SALE USED CARS FOR LESS '31 Fonl Tudor SS11.W '31 Ford Coupe 2!).^ CHI ':tO Ford Sport Ko.id^trr ... 19500 MO Ford l!{ ion Track ... lli'.oo 'It Forrl Pick Up 95.00 If it is not, listej here come in. See us! Wo have plenty to nick from. Shouse-Litile Chevrolet Co. Open at night ic-ks WASHING 75C - - GREASING 15- > DAY & NIGHT SERVICE i PHONE 555 j 24P-K 11-25 HOUSEWIFE CLEANS TH' SECOND CHOICE,TH' 0 \ OUVE BOTTLE WITH E-Sf , T H X SPRING PROFITABLE "PcGSlBlLITI ATHENS. Greece, Nov. 7 (UP) you're rcndy Ip nn tlie radlatoi with nn antl-freczc solution Tlic qusstlon.of what ty|» of an- collapse of his utilities companies ti-tree™ lo use rests solely with the cur owner.- Alcoliol Is sallsfuc- 'ns under special care in (lie test hospital In Athens today becau " lory, nil hough soiu; object to Its FEMALE HELP WANTED 'vniiorntlon (luring wnrni spclb und its eilecl on palul flnlshus. Glycerine is n safer protection, but as ordered by his physician ' so, you may qualify as District to cease smoking 'o II require* n little, more glycerine Representative for national orgin minimum and lo to prevent freezing Minn alcohol. talkinij or tiresom eal opportunity for educated wo- is 73 nnd is afflicted with dhibcl The big question Is to know tliu • — • nan capable ol earning $2,400 year- 1 nnd weak liearl, accordiiw to y. Give qualificatioiis. D. H. Schlep- doctors who examined him. your locality and then protect your engine accordingly with llic proper amount of aUtl-frcczc. scr, 2233 Grand, Kansas City, Mo. Read Courier N'cws Want Ads. SALESMAN SAM THE tiUAKD'g WRONG! 12. O'CLOCK PiUL IS BOOTH AND HER BUDDIES LOVE'S LAIJOR LOST! SWNt rAOOKi XHRr 6v.OW6 AYORt -3V.V COOS.D ICE.\.V vou WX VXtNKV WASH TUIiliS FRESH STEEDS! THE WOODS \MEY FIND ft COME OW, 80V. tET'S 6ET \ FROM H6RE BEFORE THEY COME BACK •START ASKING auEsiions. OAVAtRV (>A,vs NO ftTTtMTAOM To WKSK AMD Trt£V START KHOCVONIJ THE WNU6HTS OUT OF FRECKLES AND HIS FHIENDS HKINGINO HOME THE BACON! BUTLISTErJ THE COACH MAD ME DID I DISCOVER, A IS IT. FRECKLES? SEE.'TNATS '. 6O OVER THE IH SAME, SHADYSIDE ROOTED MIL FORD 8V A SCORE OF 2.8 TO o • • • f FRECKLES, VWHO WAS MISSIN&WMEN THE GAME STARTED, IS JUST THE CLUB HOUSE.... <^sa

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