The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 15, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 15, 1933
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TUliSDAY. AUGUST 16, 193S gLTTHEVTT-LK. (AIULF OOUKOa W1W1 PAGI TIVl ClASSIHED SECTION - s Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION D»Uy.r»te pet toe lor- cowecu- Uve (Five ivernt wort* to » line) On* time per lln« .......... 10o Two limes P« line per d»y 08c Ttuw Um«s per lint Per d«y 86« Six time* per U=» per dw . . tec Month «U per line ........ Ho ehvge Me GOOD COW, young' c«lf." Will Campbell, Route 2, Ole»r Lake. FOR BALE —Four wheel trailer with bed, suitable lor any. purpose. Also 12 foot llghlwelglu iisli- ing boat. Call W. L. Cranon at lt>0 or 405. 9c-kl$ Salt Lake City May Have a Nudist Colony HEAL ESTATE FARMS and Homes, easy pay. HieiHs. Ethel !i. Thompson, Ca- luilicrsville, Mo. 8pk9-8 FOB SALE; Beautiful Ozark farm, 80 acres. Good buildings, woven A4s ordered lor three or «U nw 5 »nd stopped before enplra- on will be cbirf ed tot the num- er o! times the ad kppeued »od iljustmtut of bill nude. ubmltted by persons reeiding out- de o! the cliy mutt be accom- anled by cash. Rates may be aitly computed Irom above t»bl*. No respootlnlllty »U1 >» taken oi more tbao one incorrect in- ertlan ot any 'classified ad. Advertising ordered lor irregu- ar insertions take the oue time ate. Phone 300 or 307 BUSINESS DIKKCTORi EXPERT Typewriting and Adding Muciune Repairing. U. S Biankcnship, 116 E. Hose. Phone IBb-J. 1-*c W-21 Mrs, J. 1. Uaris—Phoae «1 Rcghtercd Spencer Corsetkre 20clc 8-31) Only authorized service and paiU for household and comnierc al. Phone office 61, residence 414. B. A. Miller. HP' 15 8 ' u L. G. Moss Blvlhcvllle's cut. rate undertaker BARBER SHOP ' Glovers Shampoos Slop Daiidrul nrc fences, plenty fruit aim water. An gravel mall route. Price J550— )arl cash, balance terms. J. C. Clmpln, Rovcndcn, Ark. 3pkO-^ I'OULTRT POULTRY WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY 10-ck-28. FOit RBNJ FURNISHED APARTMENT; 811 WALNUT STIIEET. CALL 313J. Il-p-k-18. . THREE ROOM MODERN apartments, newly decorated. O'.'cr liirby Drug Co. Also apartment on Kentucky Avc. F. Simon. Phone 1C4. . 18c k!8 ONE or two rooms on North Railroad street, suitable for cotton offices. Will fix to suit tenant on MICE LARGR bcdruoms. CLOSE IN SiO v ' Walnut "JQckll-JiP 1'WO NICEL-Y Furnished Bet rooms ;.•;'( Walnut. Mrs. E; Hardin. 21c k2l MODERN furnished apartment. Good location. Call 13D. 27c k8-a7 WANTKD TO REN1 TWO Furnished Rooms, must be reasonable. Call Virgil Shepherd at 306. tt d n CITY. Utah lUP) — Salt Lake City wll have a niidisi <Q|ohy, provided plans of M. Ap ailoh, organizer of the noithwcbl nudist mot cmenl. meets no snags Antelope Island. Ihc largest ol lu Great Kali Lake lias been tentatively chosen as tin site for Ihe camp, fl WHS sug- £t£lcd that nudisU cuuUl slay oi tlie Island unmolested and use of tlie lake for swimming—a iliort strongly encouraged by th •oup Alrlaiic companies, however, may i^ .n. The island Is lucnlcd di- ctly on tlie rou'cs to roillaud id Los AiiBcles. Oust liosv Ihe an will be accepted by (he stale Yields und tlie prciloiiilnallne L. y. Church remains lo Ix'e .seen. ndiuu WiUiof to Trade Cold Cheaply MONKOE, Lu. lUI') — Tllicc •mini Monroe udvratureis have a sine-flic rccljie for how lo "gel lrh quick". tletiivnliiii recently from u so- ouru in Mexico In quest of placer sold deposits, Ihc trio, Anlliony Ciibbon, Frank Morgan nurt Hob- i'il Slowfll, xiud that, In Ihe slate I h«d "*asli-. wero willing Siiioln, ImllKlis (>(i out" Kold'hui(g< :o uuitcr them for»lS M With n IHHc capital, ono eoulrt j'iy the tinsels dom UK IixHtns il $15 an ounce, return lo Undo Snin's mlfils, add receive'131 an uuuve. ihe current price of Hold,, Thi' only dnmhuck, they mm; wns because of Ihc presence of bandits in the They declared Ilicy planned lu icUirn to "do business with the'calves, Klso heifers. Indians" wlitil . \M rsluy. MMOD, W|tl> Us accompanying ftvew, Is over. l-'UOVUAIM, T«X. tUl'J - A. 1). llainm clutrns the *csl Tc>» cull |ir«iliicliii| clwmploiulilp (or his jersey cow. Lusl' September the tow Imrt Iwln holler calves. 'IVn mouths later It liud two moiu OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahern 'hree Tries Necessary To Bring Home Berries EAST HAMPTON, Conn. (UP)— • luckleberry pic being the tasty icm ttiflt 11 Is. Homce Iiigrahum oulrt not be blamed for Ihc \KIL' in the face of dilliculllcs I ic showed in eathcrinn a pall 01 •ucklcberrles reccnlly. Tngniham had gatlicrc-.' enough berries for a couple of pies when hr heard a noise In the un- cierbrusli. He had time to drop he pall and climb a nearby tree Geiore mi angry buck deer clmrg- eu. Wl;«n the. de?r let), he retrieved his pall, only to lose his berries again when the deer cliarg- 01) a second time The Ihiril time he gathered his berries, he got home with them. To icich u 'parrot 10 titlk, kctp he Mid In u room by.ltwlf and lie ram' loviivM on three sides; n not tnltc to the bird except to spc»|c /ilmpta phrases over uud over au«in. Head courier Mm Want Adi. f - THIS CURIOUS WORLD ~ I • ' ! ' I 'I Chlmnty Swift Traced MCKEESPORT, Pa. (UD — A c!::mncy wilt, banded in Chnlia- nuega. Tsnii., Sept. 'M. 1030. was found deuil ;it the home of J. C Jeffries, Coulter, near here, recently. The bird wore band No. FafiO and was traced through the Department of Agriculture hi Washington. OUT TO m& TO BWN<3 S, AND UNDER PICKING THESE PIE — UkE LCFE WITVA VOU VS ft WOE A SWWst BOW, WHILE Trf OF US VUU_~VtV OARS'. fAE THAT PWL,-BtFOUE ALL "WE TART TOR "Pit, rV\AJOR HAS IHt. CRUST FLORIDA. IS TME LABOEST SPRING IN THE WOCLO, AND IS NAVIOABit &V STEAMERS THAT COME UP THE OCKLAWAHA. RIVER. c ,. ur li SPENT ftY UNO.B SAM IN HIS WAR ON INSECTS tHAN IS ^PcNT ON THE /WAINTAINANCE OF,Tt« OF AH BUiPHANT RBACHB6 A DIAMETER OF NKMhVAM tKiMTH Of AN INCH/., 'I'hc water In Silver Spring la so. Irniisiiurctil. liiat n coin on tin;' liutlom, 80 Icet down. Is cleiirly vlblbtc, Undo Siun niicniU iiUdut one billion dollnrti aiiulinlly for iusnr.t |K)hoii- la ono yi'nr ulose lo forty million pounds of calcium areciiRtc Is used to flshl the boll'weevil. NKXT: Wliul Is llic'wiirhl'.s ulUesl. Ikvlut Uilli«? . c k8-l» CLEAN ESS. TAILORS Modtm Ckanln g fc Strrlcc Laundtrins Facmties . l-ck-8-11 '• ••** Store YOB.' '.Vthter C-i'mfnts With Blylhcvlllc S'eam temrtn and REBUILD vour FELT HAT. We arc sure service. NU-WA lMk9-lo WANTED TO Btif HIGHEST PRICES paid for tires,' inner tubes, Iron, metals, magazines, 'hides, car s to wreck. Wolf Allan. 128 E. Main. Phone 176. . • 8-ck-9-8 SALESMEN WANTED EXP'ERIENCED man or woman with car lo handle quick selling product here. Hall Sisters Shopi>e. 3kk31 CLKANERS. Phone 180. MISCELLANEOUS Mctlcc . All those tm-in? Bankrupt Sales SlWfiNG' 600D6_|^; n 3"^ d S! 1 :>n(1 ™ " mc -^uTSoFiaTsMc i A »rOn Ho«nll.« _You will b'a surpri.icd al the offer, llubbard Hdw. Co. ^^ AUTOMOTIVE Have that broken glass 'installed in your car while you wait. We cut iiid install class in any make car. Slionsc-Liltlc Chevrolet Ce, •5ck22 RUSSELL ANDERSON In charge Chrysler Garage New Norman Boring Machine Work Gmaranlecd - - Phone 8*8 f,cl us paint your car before fall. - Prices arc still reasonable on p&intins an* 1)O<3 y rcpairins. Wrecked oars our h|iccial Sliousc-Litllc Chevrolet Co. 8-lc ktt-l Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. Pennsylvania Lays Taxes on Projectionists HARRISBUIG. Pa. iUP) —The te governm' 1 iiL's move lo increase revenue will be extended Sept. 1 to involve all persons thai ivcratc moving picture machines An act of the 193'i legislati-n: provides that persons operating type equipment ant pcrlable projectors wilh sound equipment vill be required lo pa> .1 tb fee. For non-lhcatricnl \iro- ji:clionlst5 operating only the approved portable projectors cut . c ound Et|iii])mcnl; the fee wi l;e $2. Foi non-theatrical oper ators uvnc 'inly r.lov;-|-,uriiin^ iilni the fee ivill la- S2 but no ex LI.filiation for licctisitig will b r necessary. Bnd circulation may injure your motor. We'll pul your radiator in diapc for a small amoi.nt We W" •* n "" t ° ' " ' I01> . Francisco Shipping Shows Upward Trend FHANC TSCo iur nipping n-.ovemcul in San . . _ iicceleration of business activities. NEW AND USEO AUTO P.MtTS • More vca'ds steamed in and out JACKSON"-AUTO PARTS CO. Phone 66 2c ko-: BATTERIES >JKW FOR15 BATO-ERIES Rental-Recharging -Repairine 771 TIRE *: BATTERY STATION V4c K8-2* If your battery is weak call 633 (or quick battery service. We toll New and Rebuilt Batteries, bhousc-liltic ChcvTolel Co. 1 8-lc KO-1 IMPLEMENTS Carload of Wafons (irt Our Prices First Bjrum rrodocc. Co. Across From Postoffice. 21C 1:21 1TJR SALE SALE - Electric Teakettle, like new, cheap. Phone 030. If. I-'OK SALK CHEAP—5 room house on Kentucky Ave.. or will trade lor property in Carulhcrsville oi Hayli. Mo. Sen J. W. Badcr, Bly- thcvlllc or Gallic Oaines, Canith- ersvillc.' "l 1 kr FOK SALE " 1 Safe. U40 Los, .Sis (Cary) 1 Safe, 600 Lbs, »50 tReltabtcl FOB my store. Perfect. Condition BURKE HARDWARE CO. . : . , • ' 14C oi the Golcien Gate than in nny clhcr month .since November. n3l. A total of 555 ships, wilh an aggicgale of l.oC9.-H2 tons, !ii rived in port during July, nncl oil i;c.'tt% .-.ailed from li-jio v-'iCu n Ictal tominge of 1.563,H7. In June, the preceding month, 525 ships, totalin; 1.504.000 tons, «/ckrd here and 538 vessels palled carryinq I.3M.8Q2 Ions July of last year arrivals were 479 with n tonnage of 1,429,070 and departures v.crc W8 wilh : of 1,375,083 ORANGEADE Made from Tree Ripened California Oranges DELIVERED TO YOUR HOMt; Before Breakfast Every Morning V, Picb Pints .... Quarts lie At All Stores and Hcslaurants Bennett's Dairy Phono 74 BOOK'S AND HER BUDDIES 5U6 w'voou Kr. V MOOM Cfff\- — OOWT MOU NMOVX. .MWRt 'i. TOOK. WWW '. OO SURI'KISED AGAIN! r WASH TUBBS •VE'LL MEVER 6tT AWAV FROM THI SHIP, VE BLASTED D6DC).' H6 HO! THOUGHT ESCAPE, DID VE? HE Dtt NOT SUSPECT THAT THE. SOME COMPLETELV .MAD, 19 ABOARD ALSO. «V BLiNkllJ'flRAIMS ICE, C«Y 15 SHIP, GATHEfilWO Q HI:E TM OTHERS 6.T1LL ABOARD THt' .EASY «S CAU6HT ENTIREW HAL FA HOItSK ON CHAHI-BY! SALESMAN SAM \ OOT ft SPPi^\Kl AW \'tA WOTT6P. tMftN uet^ SIT rxxuw RKI) IS JEALOUS! HIS FRIENDS .ra!A A' SWEET ISOV? l'vr.\'.Rian-6tE. HLARO U^WJY WfWtt- CftN'T OF(IIM<bOOFTE.M-/ TMR M4CHJT 'Ij tvilN NICER 1 TUMI I'l.lMJ . J.EI.&E V n AJ1P • '"•' GEHTIE.MAIH.V 1 tXRTNULV CLEAKtB I AW. V/IIA1S \VES.B'JTFRECKLES UP OH IMC. LUNCH—WELL. 1 IVOUR HURRY, 1 l& LC+o CWJRIEO UP HERE,I'LL ; It' DOWN, WOO RED I CWJ 00 WITH /£ VOU GO OJ ,\(IEAD WITH PWT, HOD I'LL rouow MO MO I r REAVtV THW. YOU'RE ^ GREAT FRECK.LE6? PAT KHOV/S WAY OOWfi? BETTER'WCK. UP AMD 6 ' , IT OET3- DARK??

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