The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1933 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 12, 1933
Page 4
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1933 BLTTHBVIULB. ( QQUKUg *•*• CIASSI ff • ED SECTION is Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line tor cotuecu- llve Insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per line 10c Two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day Six times per tee per day .. <ttc Month rite per line Me Minimum charge &0c Adi ordered lor three or limes and stopped belore explra- 'tiou will be charged lor the number ot times the ad appeared aud adjustment "ot bill made. All Classified Advertising copy lubmllted by persons residing out- iide ol the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. No responslDiUly will be taken Joi more than oue Incorrect tool any classified ad. Ing boat, call 160 or -lO.y W. L. Crnflon Hi HEAL ESTATE 9-ckiai "Early" Arrival . At the Circus FAUMS and Homes, easy pay. inenls. Hlhcl B. Thompson, Civ- riuheisvillc, Mo. 8nk9-i FOR SALE: Beautiful Oznrk farm. 80 acres. Good buildings, woven wire fences, plenty fruit and wnlcr. An gravel mall route. Price $550— fail cash,- ijiiliiiuM! terms. J. C. Ch.iphi, novendcn, Ark. 2pk9-3 Oreg'onians Unearth Prehiitoric Foisili DAYV1LLK. Oic. tUI > »--TVo-tur- \c fn^lk mid Hie ivmnlns of whal nt)[>ears ( lo luiva bi'rn u hngo prq- 'i-e|)lile liuve tacn vinmrtH- ed by A. M. Zi-vcly rtlid Ray Able ut Blue Oai>, 1C miles east uf liera. Hie flrsl turtle 'found WAS iome- vvlut Inokeiv, but 111: dinners found n much larger one which they I'.opc to 1)1 ins out ut l!io ground wlwKi nt 11 later d«t«| I'lH'y mrc uimlilr lo remove I lie rcnlllliui Icssl! because o( i»ck ot lirojior tools, but llio two men l>lnn lo iscciirt «xi>?n uld lo remove It [or lilontllk'nllon. Clin Mj'ors,,r.arr|,iJ5l<-ili'disc clerk hero, has urovlded I.SOO brldas willi Ills lail-pnip' cook tx»k since the 111-*! or llic K»r. _^' Tin* uHnii, ,o( wlvli'li Moors'In an- thor, lUnlHlito, baslitcs rwlltfs fur ilonu'MIc nmi' lorclBii dishes, iv 6c- fk-s ol article* on bcnnly Wills ivnd Hie rnra ,i)[ bublcs. Myris (jlvM a 1 copy, bound li> while Imitation Inither '«n<l let- Icred In BOW. Mf. lo t>neh bride «s In 1 Issiu's » license to \vcrt. TOULTRY WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY IO-ck-28, FOil RENT FURNISHED APARTMENT; 811 WALNUT STREET. CALL 313J. U-p-k-18. TI1REK ROOM .MODERN aparl- meiils, newly decorated. Over Kirby Driiu Co. Also apartment on Kentucky Avc. P. Simon. I'hone 64. 18u k!8 Advertising ordered lor lai insertions Uke the one time [Bit. Phone 300 or 307 DIRECTOR* EXl'EKT Typewriting and Aei- ullliJ MatiiillC Kcpairil>8. u Phone ina-J. I-" 10 M~* 1 Mrs. 1. J. Davis—Phone 421 Ki'jistcrcd Spcncrr Corscuci'C 20ck B-20 FRIG1DAIUB Only authorized service and parts for household and commercial Phone oilicc (i7. residence •»!«. A. Miller. lip-* H ' I,. G. M«s Bb'thevillc's cut rule undtrlakcr^ BARBER SHOP Shampoos Slop Tone Up the Barber Shop 1 c Dandruff STORE UUILDINO and residence combined with complete fixtures or meal andyrocericE. 640 S. Lake. See Dr. J. A. Salibn. 7ck-14 Hnnlfh ho»t a S«'rpris« ' UAliVKBTON. TOX, (Ul 1 )— Wlii'ii he sU'iimcr C«wgll came Inlo liilvisloh Imrbar rwcully, innrl- tlme nifn rubbed their eyes.' She i bore a Ang not sceri in the harbor ] for many years. 'It was the flag j ot Finland. T THIS CURIOUS WORLD " ONE or two rooms on North Uuilruud street, suitable for tolfon offices. Will iix to suit tonunt on lease. Apply Courier Nuwr. MICE LARGH bedrooms. CLOSE IN. 310 W. Walnut. 29ck3-ill TWO NICELY Furnished Bedrooms. 1017 Walnut. Mrs. Eli Hardin. 21c k'Jtl MODERN furnished apartment. Good location. Cal,l 135. 27c kB-2f WANTED TWO Furnished Rooms, must be rcasoimolc. Call Virgil Shepherd at 306. li d " uis Racuets. Overnight service. Hubtard Hardware Co., or B. Brogdon, Jr. WANTED TO HIGHEST PRICES paid for inner tubes, iron, metals, mag-| 1 nrlnes, hides, cars 'o wreck. Wolf' Arian. 128 E. Main. Phone 110. 8-ck-9-8 SALKSM10N EXPEIUENCF.D man or woman with car. to Juutdlc quick selling pro'duct hc'rc. IlaTl Sisters Shopjic.; 31ck31 AGKNTS Unique Cleaning Modem Cleaning & ! First Class Storage /Phaire 111 Winter With Facilities 7-ek-«-W Garments Bljtheville OUR SUPERIOR FINISH on linen funs and diew* moto them look nicer and wear longer. NU-WA wc»r CLEANKKS 180 AUTOMOTIVE Su-c that broken gloss installed in your ear while vo^wait. We cut j.nd install class In any mahc car. Shouse-UUte Ch«Tokt Lo. BUSSF.U. ANDERSON In charse Chrysler Carasc New Norman Borin B Maehint Work Gasranltcrt - - Phone •. *M f^t us paint your car before tall. Prices arc still reasonable on .ttlnlini! and body repairine. Wrecked cars our specially Sliouse-Uttlc Cheviolct Co 8-lC Auto Glass AH Kinds Installed The **-M, Lurnbcr^r,- Bad circulation may injure your motor. We'll put your radiaWr in shape for a small amount, we :epair any make of radiator. Shousc-l.ittlc Chc\To!ct Co. 3-lc kD-1 NFAV AND L'SKn AUTO PARTS JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. Thonc 68 -Jc BATTERIES FORD BATTERIES •m TIRE & BATTERY STATION ' 240 I TrTouT^attery is weak call 633 lor quick battery service. We wll Sew and Rebuilt Batteries. -Jhouse-I.Utle Chevrolet Co. 8-lc k9-l lMt»LKMKNTS Ca'load of Wagons Orl Onr Prices Firal Byruin Produce Co. Across t'fom rosloffice. 'TOR SALE FOR SALE - Electric Tcakelllc, like new, cheap. Phone 030. tl. USED TRUClTFOK SALE CHEAP. PHONE 293-J- Hpk3-H 1923 CHEVROLET COUPE. Call 25$. 5 P FOR SALE —Four wheel trailer with bed, suitable for any purpose. Also 12 foot lightweight fish- License Clerk Gives Cook Rook to Brides IS LESS CXFFICOUT T>1A^4 TO WEST FLYING, OU6 ROWTTON OF THE GUO«/ THE SPINNING OF TH& E/«RTH GIVES TVtE EAST-FLVINQ AVIATOR. A TAILW1ND AT HIGH ALTITUOES. OKIuMtOMA CITY, Oklft. OUROARDlNGHOtSE WELL/BUS ,Tr\tRt YOUW UNR AN TH' TOWN VOR1W' EVENING V UNQ.LE -ROGER MS/IU. COrAE ON A.«3HimER GREET A TH ONLY E*CtTfcrV\tNn HIM VAtt) EVEN "DRWN " &TWVT GUX'iS CHANGE TH' tLtCTR\C BULBS IN TVV HEEL 'EM -—OR VOUR UNCLES FINE IM TOWN WlLA.'BtUP ON "TH 1 WIRE.UK6 AN'OLTJ -TOMORROWS SHOW. 1 ' with a member ol Wosli- Ington's official family was n bit moro than tills baby camel expected on arriving svltb ULO cimis at the capital, nut llnddy ICarly, 0-ycar-old BOH ot Stephen Early, secretary to ['resident Kuosevall, assures the little fellow all is well. ARCHER. 'FISH. «WHICH BRINGS OOWN WSECrS BV SHOOTINO WATBR At THEM, HAS 6EtiN StEN TO BXTINaOISH OSARBTS IM THE AVXJIHS OF ONLOOKSRS SEVERAL VAROS A*««^/_ ciw Archer V'lsh InlinblU frcnhwiiter slrcunw from llio Indo-Mnlay c-ouniru'S in Aiislnilln and New /nvlnnd. It Is ixjlieved to "DC "the only si'.ccln which shools li prey. Dr. Hugh Smith, former U. S. fish commissioner, v,as n witness on two occasions when lighted vraw DXllnaulshed by the JWv. Mullins ATCHISON, Kan. <UI') — Jim Harris.' Bellaire. O.. a former all- Aincrican guard at Notre Dame, lias been named assistant football coach at St. Benedict's College here. He will assist Coach Lorry (Moon) Mvillins. HAKE IS IWOUARLY RIGHT! AND HER BUDDIKS WASH TUBBS LL BUT 6ASV. BLr^TERING HEAr FLAMES LICKING THRU CR^KS IM THE. WALL. Hero Nurse Here With French Vets 6UT AT *.AST THE GlRt IS A SAM AND CHARLEY HOUSE! tT%> Up To ^ou FeLLfts To BOUGHT THIS OUTFIT RDiVW CIRCUS ,f>iMD I'tt CX)MHft LET so PAR- so GOOD. FMS-UltE. CUT HouJ To (OOP.K IT; Tlirce limes a recipient ot the Croix dc Guerre. France's licro- nurso. MIlo. Kjimlc I.e l.nidicr, Is Eliown aliove as .slic fii rhert in New York with 230 PrciK-h vci- craas to return a visit miitie liy the American Leglnn lu 13*!7. She is tba only woman in Cte uro FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AW DOT WE T056EO \ COIM TO SEE. WHO'D Gfc.T TO LU6 IT. MJD I WOM T1IE TOS5, PAT.' WEL\....THMWS A LOT, RED.. BUT PERHAPS FRECKLE.?} WOULD LIKE. TO'CARRV SURE, PAT — ILL CARRY'THE UJNCH — JUfef. LET ME. WWE IT- 'tHW'& TOO HEAVY FOR VOU! WOULD ONE OF VOU BOYS> COME. *,MD CARCV THE LUHCH? WE TO 6E.T STARTED on OOR HIKE? MERE. VOU MfeY PW.. .RIEO Pcrrsro Pt-KKLES AMD LOTft OF 600CHE.&...V65M. r THEW fRECKlJES AMD I WALK. OM AHEAD COME 6*i, FRECKLES? LEE — ILL GET , OWE OF THE. fcOVS TO COME Madn from Tree Ripened California Oranges FOP THE BASKET f TO YOUR HOME Before Breakfast Every Morning V, Pints TinLt Quarts ......... I5c AGENT wanted to sell Wonder Bread and Hostess cakes in sur- rcmiding territory. Must have transportation and about $50 in cash. Liberal salary and commission. See H. H, Simms, Hotel Noble between 7 and 10 p. m. FARMER will! small family to work nn.fnnn for wages. Gone! houre. Apply Robbins farm vtwo miles south Deering, Mo., or call 800, Dlytheville. ll-p-k-15.

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