The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1932 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 9, 1932
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Classified Advertising Hates Minimum Charge Me Came 5 Average Words to u UUB .Votuh rate per line, per mouth GOc Six times, per line per day . 05c 'llirco times iicr line pel 1 day 000 One time per line luc All Atts run irregularly take ilia one limb tats. WAivitD—To overhaul jour e!ec- inc :,«Li'iJti 1 . Wore guuramuLti. tiucinc service, •/« UH- 11113 i-urn. wu. Pnoiio odd. CALL WIGGINS Elcclric Shop lor and 1'Silimitcs. Plioue lUl'-K DAIRIES FRESH—A tuade Milk delivered night and moinlng. O. W. Lewis, flume 817. 10P-K 11-in KKSTAUKANTS WniOHT'S Wn7l sirciTt Lunch, Greyhound Bus station. Phone nu. aip-k 11-31 IN A HUKHY? CALL STIIINGER TAXI I'HONE 27!) 18P-K 11-18 UPHOLSTERING and rcfinls'iiug nuniune. n. c. oakes, 113 w. Mam Si. in.krt " Oui ' COAL AND WOOD lo? EXPERT Typewriter and adding machine repairing. U. a. BiaiiK- euslnpli Us; K Hose. Phone 1G5W. Ic-k 12-1 BUCHANAN. is black but lowler, 1'iioiic: «OJ. S'l'KAYlSJ)' •kktl Mare, 1 llcrse Mule, i brcwn i\otily Muck — l blazed lace Hay brown Mare, i imic Horse Mule, s or K. O. Soap and Water Effective in Prevention of Infections SITUATIONS WANTlifJ 1O THOSE seeking jobs the Courier News \Vaiil-jMjs oner a result piucluciiig seivicu uv im\ coal. FKMAI-K ARE YOU b?lwecu 25 and 45? 1( so, you mny qualify as District Representative for nnilannl organization. Permanent position and real opiiartunLly for educated woman capable ol earning $2,400 yearly. Give c]uali!toUions. u. ll..Sehlo>s- , 22i'i Grand, Kansas Clly, .Mo. 7c-klO WANTED TO liUY ARTISTIC SHO- Sinall signs JJAUVilY McCALL 3(I5"E.~MAIN Zp-kl-'-il 21c-klI21 COAL - WOOD - CORN COLLINS COAL COMPANY R. KY. A: Chic. PHONE 4'i 1 j CORN W'ANTL'D-MaTi7}VlT«ici7- MN'ULINO and WOOD for healing [ ery, niytlicvillc. alc-klf 3 CAnm aiKl <™ k 'ng- We deliver. W. M. Snio H?,,,,,.,'J Slnith . plloil <> 880 or Gateway Slore. USED stov °s and Ranges. 11. J. 305 K MAIN | 21p-k 11-21 ! PQdson Furniture. 4c-kl2-.l UPHOLSTERING and refU.ishine Main St. Tramham' Coal & Transfer Co. Dealers In furniture. H. B 'bakes 115 W L K( -'" tuck >' all(1 Sunlight Coal IP I' 12 il S 5' ci »nore .& R. R .St. Phone fl64. 1 -- GAKAGKS EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrecker Service. Open all night. DAY «: NIGHT GARAGE. Phone 555. 3P-K 12-3 jCOAL at low prices. Phone -W. H Delivery. BLYTHEVILLE 3O., Walnut .t Railroad Sts. DCSOTO SALES & SERVICE Commercial Auto Repairinn ROY BAKER JOE WILLIAMS I PHONE 888 ROOM & HOARD COMMISSIONER'S SALU NOTICE is hereby (jivni that the undcrslsued commissioner, in compliance with (he terras of n decree rendered by the Chnnccry Court for the ClilcJcasnwba Dis- Iricl of County, , kansas, on the 22nd day ol in;. Moitms risiuituN a or U.U If ,U| of llu- " H.vKiia, (he Ili'iiUli .Majaii 'I'lic niimbrr of discs of various infection:; diseases • were Included, tlie ; lie niiiiiy millions. munbvr would The llRiires for such rondltloiis ;is nii-jsles me nbmit Mfi.OOO. chlek Iremendo'.is numbers of .IH;O|>!C ,,f were InvdVKl. v.hereas there were I f minor epidemics hi ivhlch rifla-! O f tivcly fe\v people are concerned, i dro Cases of iuilurnzn are difficult ' ••' to differentiate from (lie common; i-okl. The reports of the United States Public Health Service Indicate about 700,000 cases ol ruary, 1932, wlici-ein The Western Fctniary, 1032. nve (35) Township Sixteen (1C) Nctlli, Knngi; Eleven (11) East,. dcsiTikrd n s follows: neglnn'lng 117D feet South ol the Northwest curnci' of Mild Section Tlilvty-flve (35); nm thence- Souil) ii'iiii (lie St-clloii 1335 feel; llu'iice cnst jnrallel with Hie soinli line cf said Lol Five (5) l:m reet; llioncc North with the East line of said LoU f'M'c (5) and Four (4) 1335 feet; thence West 1320 feet to the- paint of beginning. SAID sfile will be bad lo saticfy said decree In the sum of $2575.00, 10 per cent Interest from from : iwoplc r hundrt'd llio United & Southern Life Insurance Co., n corporation, wns 5082, and W. B. Plaintiff, Fiayder, ct THE purchaser ni said sale be required lo execute bond with vcd security, to —, ...... ... ij. i mj, ui:i, i_i, <IJ., UiJjJi u^ IU .MILlIFlL V, 10 EiPC (•ere Dcfciidanls, will sell ai pub- i payinont of ihu' purchase BKAUTY PARLOUS WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phono 92 yoc K 11-20 SCALP TREATMENTS OUR SPECIALTY McADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 288 28C-K !I-2« HOMECRAFT FRKK demoiiFtialion on latest sewing art. S1KGEHCRAFT rues, toys and yifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 24p-k 11-24 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING— Coats rclincd, alterations a succialty. Thompson, GoU Hotel. Ruth 20c-kll-20 CLEANERS. TAILORS IJONT THROW THEM AWAY. We re-line, re-model and repair WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping I He auction to the highest "and rooms. Fro;: Pond Cafe. IBc-tf best bidder, for cash,- on a credit of three months, at the front door Hie Court House, between the ROOM & BOARD—Close in. 109 W. Ash. Mrs. E. Gay. 2p-kl2-'2 NICE MEALS. 25 cents. Phone 801. OiB West Ash Street. 5c-k 1'2-S FOR SALE SINGER SEWING cheap. Gall G72. MACHINE. 2c-k9 AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 29c-kll29 ATTENTION HUNTERS. For Sale Out-boiiril motors, yocxl as new. 3 sizes. Booue Hall. lOp-k 11-10 BARN Cured Alfalfa, $7 ton, Dr. T. F. Hudson .Luxora. 3p-klO GOOD panel body truck. Will trade for yood used sedan. J. H. Fisher. 701 w. Walnut 5p-k9 BURROUGHS adding machine with stand, cheap. Phono IC5-W. 7ckH NUHSBttY STOCK SHFIUBS--AH prices. We set them coats and suits for men and wo-1 out. Hester's Fruit and Produce. men. Experienced tailor and cxper- dressrr.uker. Hudson Tailor 12C-K 11-12 icuced Shor>. HATS CLEANED and reshaped. 75c. Hudson Tailor Shop, Phone 53- 12C-K11-12 RADIO SERVICE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work guaranteed, estimates tree R L DEDMAN, walpole Electric Shop 14p-kll-H Phone 314. . QUICK SERVICE on all types ol radics. Watch for our advertising car. Parkhurst Co. Phone 57. 1'LUMHING REDUCED RA?'ES on plumbin? work done before cold v/catlier. "A. G. Aitkoi. Call 8D1W. Hc-kU-H ELECTRICAL Dust-proof bags, Brushes and mb- bcr-covcred cord for your c!cc- tric sweeper. Jieffncr Eicclric Service, % Gillcn Furniture. Call 6*0. 13C-1.-1113 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, fixtures :nd wiring. WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP, Phone 3M W K R T HK MAKES 'ESI SKE O/Tice Over Joe Isaac's Store OltKKN LEAF CAKE ,t KliUIT STAND ttcgular Mea] s a Specialty. All you can cat 25c, with drink. Complete line of Fruits .t Vegetables, sec n-.c for \vho!csnlc prices on apples. IJUCK MEIIAUG, Tropriclor We Deliver 312 E. Main 123 East .Main. 19p-k 11-19 FARM LANDS FOR SALE—53 acres in cultivation. 3 houses, big barn. In K milrs of Blytheville. 1 mile of good school. S25.00 per acre, terms Phone 887 or 885. W. T. Barrett. (JC-K-TF Mr. Bargain Hunter .Vow is (he Rolden opportunity to buy a 40 or 80 or larger farm. Improved lands can be bought at prices ranging from $15 to $40 per acre, cash or terms. If you buy a home this fall it. will increase in vnluc. pay a good divi- ;lcnt and help make a living. We can locate yon. write or phone. G. G. CAUDILL Uox 1*8 1'Hunc TJl 15C-K 11-15 LIVE STOCK HOME GROWN fresh Springers for sale, cpiwr, Hiulinan, Ark. jtanton «. 7P-K12 l-'OR SALE-Jersey with yourfg calves. Beck at Harris' Barn. Milch Cows Sec R. M. 19p-kll-10 MILCH COWS for sals or trade. Heater's Fruit & Produce. IDp-klllS FARMERS having livestock to sell or if they ciesirc t 0 buy they will find It convenient and economical to use Courier Ne\re Wani- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOBILE Glass, new and used auto pnrls. Jackson Auio Parts Co. Phone CS. 3c-k 12-3 WATERPROOF Covers for trucks and wagons. Carney Awning Co., 113 S. First St., Phone 643. 17P-K 11-1B OPEN AT NIGHT Exiwrt^Ford Repairs Wrt'ckw" Si 1 rv ice PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 810-777 NEW FORD BATTERIES. Rental batteries, recharging and rcualr- '£. 777 Tire A: Jiallcry Station. 18C-K 11-1!) WASHINCJ 7f,c - - GREASING 75c DAY & NIGHT SERVICE PHONE 555 24P-K 11-25 hours iircscribcd by law. in the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, on DIP 22u<1 day of November, 1032, the following real estate, to-uit-i Part of the Fractional West Half of the Northwest Quarter and of Lots Four 14) and Five (5) in Section Thirty- Ihe _ - money. and a lien will be rdalned upon said iiroperly as uddillciml sccur- ily for the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and Iho seal ol said Ccuit. on ibis, Ihe 3lhl day of October, 1032. H; L. GA1NES, Commissioner in Chancerv. Frank C. Douglas, Ally, for Plalnlilf. 31-7-M SALESMAN SAM e Suites to around 75 or 8« In most conuminlllcs. Kotttltlviliindlni: the fact that typhoid fever can be completely compiled by |)rolK . r measures lliiTi! are sllll niuie limn 20000 enses of typhoid fe\er aiinuully in Ihe United Slates. NolwlMlsUniii- l»3 the fact thai »- e h» V e in V nc- clnatlon and In isulutlon cerliiln mi'llictls of fonlrolllni? smsilliwx there arc .Mill « coiLsUlwnble iiiimber of cases and deaths from tins disease. * * • If infectious iHn-usc is to be prevented ivnd brought utidev co:> Hol, ireoplc must lc:irn to know the nature of t ", WllS( .., the method of Us spread inul tbc mclliods of lireveiilion. Tlfey must., moreover, do cvci-ything ixwslblc lo kcup Ihcijiselvfs lu such nit condition that Infectious disease will not readily attack iliom. Milch Infectious disease can lie prevented by kccpiuu ns clean us possible, Including frequent bnlh- ing \vllh plenty of soap am) water. Thorough washing of the hands with plenty of sonp, jmr- llculiirly before eatiue, will <tc- slray millions of uenns which may othenvlse Infcel liinniui bodies. Vaccination aaaliisl Hinall]>ox 1;; luiporlant for cvcrybcxly. Chll- drcn should, be prolcttcd ayalnst. dl|ilitlierln by the uie of di|ili- therln toxold or toxln-nntlloxln. WJien (licre »ro epidemics of ty- i>hold or of other Infectious dls- physician* should be con- as to the desirability ul oilier specific vaccines, wi- uiiis or nnUluxIns. RriiicmlH-r that most Infectious diseases are- Biwcud by contact lli iXTions who have (lie disease who may be recovering. Northern Cities Face Water Shortage Problem KKKGUS KALIS, Minn. (Ul'l- 'mid OUKJJOAKDINC HOUSE" . Wllli ii>i! coming of winter llio nttciKloiit /reezlng of , cllli-s In the Red River Valley Ic,-- <1ny fenruil lliat they would be fnml wilit u water hliortane. Miiuy streams that litive b:eii cities either are «iUreiy- ; ary, or co nearly so that It waj' tearcd thtrc will flow wlien freezing weather cornea. • •• •'• City w«tcr and light commls-"; slons vrerc making efforts to eiuar" water shortages, Ijj Fulls the commljslpn will ittempt to obtain water from lakes north- eaal of 'the town. ' Read Courier Hew» Want Adj. By Ahem 'Ue.>y,G<JAR.o, wHerie'if ITS A IIUKSSY 1>LACE! WtUV.,USE VOUR OWN AFTET? <SOINC.. THE T2EPLIE6 1O MY TO 'NYE6T*SOO,I DECIDED TH/VT THE •PROPOSITION IS THE ONE GOING TO TIE VOUR. MONEY NOT 60 -POR.THKJ GU\ WtTM TWE TRAN-S1?AT?£NT SU-PCOVER FOR NECKTIE'S, TO PROTECT THEtA "FROM ^^^N WHO ON THE rV\N5KET ICE CUBE WITH ALE INTERVIEW; liy Small BOOTS AND HER RUDDIES wono V\>t SEfOSW. WASH TUI5I5S H EH! HKH! ••••'SOT 1 I?v Martin WERE TO ._ THIS TUB TAIiMiS AUK TUHNKI).'" *£t _ :G.U.S pAT.Qfr^g. i»33 av r no , . . . TvWO^S TV'.cV TRWtL THRO ENEt.W TERRMORV, VftltR B^SlDS Of REHtOME •SOLDIERS ARE LCXJTIIfe Aftp 6URNIN6 — IN m £*. -/JM.Iy/i.. <3 K v^> r.s'iS ov. VOUR PJ\NE e«EN>!Ci, Vltt&N CAMVi IS^HEdR. TM6 VJOiUS OF AM WOt-O T«eM UP. «y FRK(;KI,KS AND HIS TUIENDS 'UT Eh^'l fUUS Ml OfD GW OriTHeM- J*'* RWS / vlEU, M\'M, VOO SEEM TO BE KINPft TMElft WFLfc. ( GREEN OT T«S BP-.NPir 80S1 ^m m@ IIK: Btc. u. s^ P.\T. o?r; FOR RENT ^NWOOfJCfNG THAT HE MAS FOOWD SflST ON TUE WWGSTOM SECOND HANI) K FURNITURE f Sec Us l-'irst | «. J. Dodsor, I K. aimim Z^. } FOR RENT-Onc~lmall furnished ™™ ^ or nl reasonable to satisfactory ten- , ••;• I-'™* c. n.-.u-ias. Phoucs 33:i Mc-kif HE HAS JUST SCOOTED, FRECKLES CREATES A STIR IN THE CLUg HOUSE YEAH... CAN NWE DO ABOUT THAT. GISHT HALP. VVHO COVERS PASSES, IS SLOW... AND MEAN SUOW" _KHKCKI,ES HAS A J'l.AN! s_ >K3U* DO ABOUT IT? CAN Oo PLENTY... YOU DOPE OOT SOME TO OOTSVART , HUH EXACTLY .'.' you AMD i WILL FRAME A SPECIAL SIGNAL FDR. A PASS OVER THE LEFT SIDE pc COR UWE .... THAT Crane FOOTBALLPL flXMAT/ON A 8 This lcclirJ<j|.sowx}mg focmalion sirr^Jy means lHal l!tc Iwo VJlTvcks move out lo flii V both ends. This fwmation is ccw of dV<cptw«, 'ami KM been useil v»TtK great «Kce3i by Wat- net'« Slonfcnl Icims nd other KWs. In ihc fa?t &srs.T] il Ic/t u W«ner'» fonws- lion "A. 1 * ft sKovn the two xcigt>Kk$ in posi- lion, tfrc left end sw!<W ova 10 iht ri^il sifc of ihc line, and the luiBMck m ponlion lo retwc ihcbaD. ^ The WkHxk .vSnap tcimcd ll» baB Irons its 'fonrutico, srx! fake tcvmcs, docble loersoi and spinnew, on cilSer ifw strong « »tafc 5iJe of the Lno, jrt worVeJ. IT tKft lovier diagr^ii. iSo*ing Winw's foc- •ulion "&." ti'jui the quiilei or fiJUci ml; "md

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