The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1932 · Page 4
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YjJSOV EMBER 15, 1932 JLYTHJSVILLE. (AUK.)' COUIHKR NKWS (G SH- Classified Advertising Kates J..J. Minimum Charge 50c uumit 5 Average Words to a Line Month rnU; per line, per month 60c Six times, per line per day . OJt Three times per line per uay 06c One lime per lino luc All Ads rim irregularly take U:o one time rale. BUSINESS overhaul your electric sveeptr. Wont tjuaranwcu. lleuncr Electric Service, ".'« (jil- icns 1'Uin. Co. I'nonc USO. 2'jc-k ii-M | HOOiM & HOARD COAL - WOOD - CORN COLLINS COAL, COMPANY H. KY. & Cliie. PHONE 47 SP-K 12-lt 'PHONE 107 BUCHANAN". "Our (,'oal is black but we treat. you white." 21c-kll2l KINDLING and WOOD for healing and cooking. We dcllvor, w. M. Smith, Phone 880 or Gateway Htmt;. 21u-k 11-21 Trantham Coal & Trunsfer CD. Dealers In Kentucky ana Sunlight, Coal Sycamore & H. u .St. Phone IHH. 4p-kl2~l COAL al low prices. Phone 48. Prompt Delivery? BLYTHEVILLE COAL CO., walnut & Kaiiroad Sis. UC-K 12-b UPHOLSTEH1NG and reJinlslilug j<s^ WEEKLY. Also Housekeeping turnltnrc. H. B. Oakcs, 115 w. p rooms. Kog Pond Cute. lite-It Main St. U' K-12-ll^VT • fiOO.M <t BOARD—Close EXPERT Typewriter ana adding inacliiui: repairing, u. y. Uiank- eiij'Mptt 11C E. Hose. Phone fC5W. Ic-t 12-1 ART/STIC SHO-CARUS Small Signs Sale Banners 'i HARVEY McCALL 305 E. MAIN 2p-kl2-2 Ash. Mrs. ! In. 103 W. 2p-kl2-2 COHN WANTED-Mnrilyn Hut ell- try, Blythcvllte. 2le-ktr USED Stoves and Kuiigcs. Dodson Furniture. ii R. WANTED TO RENT—4 or 5 rcom hou.w. "T", Courier News. OX-KTF SO.ME ONE to sharu cx|wm>c.s~cii car (rip to Louisiana, lust c:f (his v.etlt. Mr. Hill, 115 w. Ash. 15p-kl« SALESMBN WANTK1) WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO SALESMEN, must have car, Bave Meisler, snlcsnuinngcr, v.'ill be at Glciicoc Hotel Tuesday, Nov. 10th, from 0 lo i) P. M. to Inli'r- vluvv you. Salarny end expenses it qualified. No phone tall; unsv.eiJcl, 15p-kl(i - THIS CURIOUS WORLD' - ____ ..... NICE MEALS, 25 cenls. Phone 807. 310 West Ash Street. 5c-kl2-5| ------ 1 MRS. T. It. WATSON— $5.50 iveek- i ly. 112 E. Cherry. Phone C02. Hc-k 12-14| SITUATIONS WANTUlf TO THOSE seeking jobs the Courier NCMS Waiit-Aus oiler a result producing <,L-rv:ce at low coat. Phone SOB. FOR SALE KtiWAUl) GARAGES EXPERT MECHANICS and Wrcuk- LT tKJvicc. OiJen ail manl. DAY & NIGHT GARAGE. Pnone 5So. IFOR SALE-Nctt- Home Hotel, 117 West, Main Street. 14p-kl7 DeSOTO' SALES & SERVICE Commercial Auto Repairing ROY BAKEH JO AUTO GLASS WOVEN WIRE FENCING THE ARKMO LUMBER YARDS 29c-kll29 NURSERY STOCK S-A,, prlc e, We sot then, $20 REWARD lor return or. information leading to return ol silverware stolen irom my home night, of Nov. 3. E. M. McCali. DC-K l'2-a STRAYED BEAUTY 1'AKLOKS WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR. TINTING & DYEING NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP, Phone 02 20C K 11-29 SCALP THEAT.MRT.rS OUR SPECIALTY MCADAM'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 288 2BC-K 11-28 FARM LANDS FOR SALE—53 acres In cultivation. of Blythcvillc." 1 mile ol good school. $25.00 per acre, terms. Phone 887 or 688. W. T. ''smelt. ••' " '• * o-K-TP HOMECRAFT FREE demonstration on latest sewing art. SINGERCRAFf rugs, toys and gifts. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 24»-k 11-24 DON'T DELAY, the time lo buy a farm or home in town is when prices are low. this may not •ast, n-e all hope not. If you want, property at low prices see us tor prices and terms. W. M. BURNS COMPANY, INC. 3c-k 12-9 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING—Coats wlined, alterations a specially. Ruth Thompson, (Jofi Hotel. 20c-kll-2Q CLEANERS. TAILORS • LIVE STOCK FOR SALE—Jersey Milch Cows with young calves. See R. M. Beck at Harris' Bam. 19p-kll-19 MILCH COWS for sate or trade. .. .Hesters Fruit & Produce. '•' i '* 1 '"' ' 19p-klllO PRESS WHILE YOU WAIT HUDSON TAILOR SHOP CLEANERS 12c-pl2-12 HATS CLEANED nnd .re-sliiipcd, 15c. Hudson Tailor Shop, rhoiie 53. 12c-kl2-12 RADIO SERVICE QUICK SERVICE on all types of radios. Watch for our advertising car. Parkhurst Co. Phone 57. 18p-kH-lE RADIOS REPAIRED. Work ginr- antccd, cstimaics free. R. L. Dediran, Walpole Electric Shop. Phone 314. Hp-k 12-14 ELECTRICAL DUST-PROOF BAGS, Urushes antl Rubber Covered Cord for your cteclric swer-jicr. Hcffncr Electric Service, r .i Gillcn Furn. Co.. Cal! GBO. Mc-k 12-H NEW LOW PRICES on lamps, irons, heaters, etc. WALPOLE ELECTRIC SHOP. Pj:onc 3M. 15:-k 12-15 RESTAURANTS GEO. WRIGHTS Wall Street Lunch. Greyhound Bus Station. Phone 11G. ' 31p-k 11-31 TAXI IN A HURRY? CALL STRINGER TAXI PHONE 273 I8P-K 11-18 COAL AND WOOD PHONE 417 E. F. FRY WONDER CITY COAT, CO., FOR MONTEVALLO-STRAVEN RED ASH, SJP3EY. OLD BEN' & KENTUCKY COALS. lOp-k 12-10 HI: W ]'] K T MARKS 'KM Sl-E Office Over Joe Isaac's Store Service tXl'LKT J'OKI* Klil'AIKS WRECKEK SEUVICE PHILLIPS MOTOR co. I'honc 810-777 having livestock to soil or if they desire to buy they .vill find it convenient and econ- jniical to use Courier News Wani- Ads. AUTOMOTIVE SEW FORD BATTERIES. Heutnl batteries, recharginsf ami rcpair: .ng. 717 Tire & Battery Station. 18C-K 11-19 WATERVKOOP Covers for trucks and wagons. Carney Awning Co., 113 S. First St., Phone 643. 17P-K 11-18 AUTOMOBILE Glnss, new and used auto parts. Jackson Auto Parts Co. Phone GS. 3g-k 12-3 WASHING 75c - - GREASING 75; • DAI' & NIGHT SEKV1CK PHONE 555 24P-K 11-25 FOR KENT FOR RENT— one small furnished apartment; two 3-room and one 5-rooin apartment unfurnished. Rent reasonable to satisfactory tenants. Frank c.. Douglas, Phones 383 or 45 ' 1 - Mc-klf STORE building, 611 Franklin. $B L. Fowler, 1'lionc 450J. 4cktf FURNISHED Apartment, clcsc in. Call Miss Nell Harris, Pnono S2, 15c-k19 TWO UNi-UHNTSHED Apartments. KEIJOCED Kcuts. Phone 333 of 15! - I5c K-tr WANTED TO BUY WANTED-Turkcy.s, Gcose. liens and Ducks. PIGGLY WIOC.LY OR KROOER STORE. llc-ktf Second Hand FURNITURE BOUGF1T AND SOLD R. J. Dodsm? 301 E. Jlain I'hutic 15j Have You Tried ACTON the best ! Phone 100 : for Free Sample . C. ROBINSON LUMBER STRAYED — l blazed lace Bay Mare, 1 brown Mare, l lihie Horse Mule, 1 brown Horse Mule. Kins, Blytheville, n:ul receive $10 ward. lp-kia-7 STRAYED — Brown horse mule, b " n<1 '" r ' Bllt Cyc ' Fivp <lollui ' ™ rd ' D ' °- Warrlngton. Gosnell. ll!pk "' BELLEVUE, Iowa tUP)—Fishing is good, says Eugene Putnam. He recently hauled a seven-foot sturgeon from the Mississippi river re. It weighed 130 pounds. ARE AVARKEP AVIKE... AND EVEN TtiE TUO SIDES' OF EACH INDIV1DI.IAL ANIA1AL ARH DIFFERENT/ Notlco Is 'Hereby given that thu iKkHilsned Coiiimlsibner Jn compliance \vltli the terms of u decree ii'iirioicd by llu Ohiiiicery Coin-i for the Chlckiibuwbii District of Mis- 1 >)il County, Arkansas, on ina (l.iy of Septc'mljjr, 1032, wlicre- tn Av» It, Selvnlly nmt Frnnces L. Sclvully were plttlntlifs nnd II. W. Cowiin nnd Ednn cowun \v?rc de- fcinliints iiiul mi in bared 52(11), will sell at public auction,"to t.'.j li| K i). esl blnler, on a ereillt of three O iou or IXA ctnvict. IK. NO' AMDHI6IAN (PROS,TOAD, NEWT,ETC) H/-/T DEEM OISCOVEREO WHICH FREQUENT.? Nutitrc c\\ery cllBhtly dlircunt pattnn, consisting (if slrlpjs, siiols, drains, burs, and smudges. Although Ihc cont blends admirably ivlth the dciiif forest su-.-roiiu.1ln!;s, nevertheless, thu iiulmnl is slowly kelim cx- tcrmlnntec!. instead of the coat belli,; a bcn-nt, to the ocelut, 11 is helping bring ubuit his total disappearance, because he Is luintcil fcr his beautiful coal nloue. COMMISSIONER'S SAI.K months nt (he south door of tlio comthouse In lilytliovllle, Arkansas, between the hours prescribed by Inw, on the lOlh dny of Uccenibifr. W2, tlte following real oslnjo pltu- utcd in the Chicktisawbu District of MlMlsslppi county, Arkansas, toVr'll: "T h e Nortlnvost Qu'nrler (NW'.i) of tlio SotlUieiUit Quar- ler (SE',1) of Sicllon Twentysix (20), Township rilU'en (15) North, Jinnjo El|<nt (Bl Ensl." he purchase'-jirlcc and bidders will be required to protect. bids with solvent bond by 'Ihrie o'clock on llic day o( tho sale. Wllness Iny hand and the mil ol fald court on t'nls the 15th day of Novtineor, 1932. • n. L. OAINES ' Coirnntaloner In Chancery. OUKJJOA1U)1NG HOUSE 0 Them were about 118,000 saloons —* --' —— '' rl th.? United Slates v/lien the AJIcn will t s retained to secure' 18lh amendment became effective. Putnnm caiigiu lli e fish In a. net and brought It here nllve as proof that this wi!3 cnc fish that didn't BOOTS AND HER liUDWES get away. The fish will be kept nllre nmi taken to C'lilcngo for tho Century of Progress exposition. ANU We W\Ul. OUTieiNSER, Aut: WtTIA AN A.UTO OF —THEN, WHEN BUS\N£SS UP, WE WIU- <5GT A r-LEET OF "DELIVERY TRUCKS AND, NO ( 1X3UDV, WE WILL Gm^ETe, \\AVE / TO E.NL^Ti<^>E OUR.P^N^-,OR. )0 T3U1UP AT3.RA.NCH IN ANOTi\EP I fA-RT OPTVAt OTYf — L)rA-(v\ \ - AN D T1.IGN, LAt>&, TKt NEXT ( MOVE WILL BfcTO VRdDUCE THEN,WHEN \OU GET A. "FLEET OP- BOAVo t>£UVE:R\NC YOU'LL LEv'tAGr Tl4Urv\B AWtyj: OVER. AN 1 EIA"? By Ahem <*''& Auu RJGH'T TO EXPANpYclfE FI2OM THAT SOPT CHA^R, 8UT HOW AK& H' ENGINE TOOK Sl'KNCK! SALESMAN SAM liy Martin LftMK^/ .LOOIE WAS PRACTICIN' WIO HOUSE \Tftll_ BoiDS JES5A \VKi.L, LOOIB'S HAI'I'Y! is . ft&O — WHERE. QH ; HEL FMM'T GUP.P.D I WASH J5y Smut'. W FRftM CANNOT ACCEPT FAVORS FROM ME A GOOD LOSK'K! \^ . . J? SftNTft P105! f f VKD vou MOT f LV us fta TO .?. CD^T, AHO 8REEKK3 TO AMP po VCU KNOVJ WHOT BUSE WE DIP? v)6 LOST ^OU TttE WN 'tQU 1 . ^IftitS, MftMl it WKS WASH ftNO 1 V1UO (JOT TUKT SHIPLOftp 07 ~1 MUNVTIONS TO TV\E R6BCLS. Crime r\ THF. r-ORTUMf.S Q? 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