The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
Page 5
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THURSDAY. AUGUST It 1933 (AKKJ POPUP KIWI FACT < SECTION- s Wants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line ror consecutive (Five average word* to ft Une) Ono time per line I* Two limei per Uoe .per d»y <* Three UmM per line per t» Me BU time* per Us* P*r d«r .. 06c Month r»t« per line ••••"•• **> dune 60c Ads ordered f« r . Uue * or *** limes »nd shopped ' beta* expiration will be charged lor Uic number of Umw the »i Ufwued an adjustment ol Mil mute. All clauiflcd AavtrtWng cop: wbmitud by persons tesldlni out tide ci tbe city must be aocom Muled by CMU. B»t«» m»y be S»Uy computed Itom »bove Uble No responsibility *>U "« ta lot more than one incorrect In .ertion ol any classified ad. Advertising ordered lor Irregu- Ur insertions take the one Un» i«U. Phone 306 or 307 OR SALE —Four wheel trailer M, il - Its offices, Stale Cipllol with bed, suitable for any pur-1 BulWlni, Utlle Rock, Arkamus, at os*. Also 12 foot lightweight rtsh- which time testimony upon all HE boat, Call W. L. Craiton at | mailers altectlng said application 69 or 465. 9ck9-10 REAL ESTATE 160 acres 40 cultivation on graded highway. Daily mall, fair Improvements, large orchard, free range. Special bargain. $600.00 terms. 408 acre creek farm, 150 ncrcs bottom. Trade. Joe Chapln, will be heard. By order o! the Commissioner (Ills 15th day ol Auisiut, 1933. E. W. 51ROWN, Buffalo Boy Loses ' Foot Because of Due • BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP)— Because l:e took the dare of one o( his unable to withdraw It b«(ore the train caiifht and mintltd It so badly that It was found pl»ym»l«f, nle-yenr-olij Al- Rafcnden, Ark. 3pk9-3 FARMS and Homes, easy payments. Ethel B. Thompson, ca rutliersville, Mo. SpU-U POULTRY POULTRY WANTED MARILYN HATCHERY ". •'.••'. lO-Ck-28. FOH RENT CANARY ombs' for sale, J. W Mussey. ill South Division. 17pk22 Tcnu. / J E. Orcar, Memphis, Teiiu. tarl Parkel, Parkin, Ark. Silver, Fleet of Memphis, Inc., Memphis, Tenn. Southwestern Transportation Liltle Rock, Ark. ter City Trucking Co., Memphis. Tcnn, ' • blvefton Truck Line, Corp. B-124 Central Park' Station. Houston, Texas. . F. Baits, St. Louis Southwestern Transp. Co., St. Louis, Mo Varner i Warner, Attys. Frisco, Ft. Smith, Ark. . E. Wiley. Ally. MOP RR. Co., Uttlc Rock, Ark. to amputate tlw root- above tlie isikto. After I ho uccldcnl Albert hobbled Uln HI** C»l. (UP)-Coutemut of court and burglary charges today (need a' robber 'who rifted tho Hl«a of Jmtkse of the Pence L. E. Bailey, In the courthouse, a»d look ' Kedo r aI prisons;»r« located' Ht [ Wash. • '• a hd Fort Ltartnirffrft. Allnnta, - Cla.,; McNeil'*' Ulaud ['Kin.! ' - THIS CURIOUS WORLD -^ FURNISHED APARTMENT; 81 WALNUT STREET. CALL 313J . ll-p-k-18 THREE RCX)M MODERN apart ments, newly decorated. Ove <lrby Dnig Co. Also apartment W BUSINESS EXPERT Typewriting and Adams Mac-nine^ KepauinB. U. 8. biankenship, 116 E. twse- Phone 165-J. 7- Mrs. }. 1. D»»»—Flume «1 Registered Spencer Cortetkre 20ck 8-2 Only authorized Frlgidaire and Dclco light service. B.-A. Miller oRlce phone 67-residenco 414 * llpM-ll L. G. Moss Blylheville's cut rate undertaker BARBER SHOP Glovers Shampoos Stop Dandrel Boncllli Massages ToneUplhc tac< Broadway Barber Shop Kentucky '64. Ave. F. Simon. Phon 18c kl ONE or two roouis on North Railroad strett, suitable for cotton offices Will fix tb suit tenant an lease. Apply Courier Newf 11ICE LARGK bedrooms. CLOS IN. 31U W. Walnut. 29ck8-2- TWO NICELY Furnished Be< rooms. 1017 Walnut. Mrs. E Hardin. '^e MODERN furnished apartmet Good location. Call 135. 27c jetting Bear Home Proves Irking Trial MOUNTAIN HOME, Ida. lUPJ — Robert Ford. norc than one method of bringing | |___:, home his boaj. This i:c proved recently after he trapped a grizzly bear on Fall Creek. First Ford tied the animal's legs together ad loanded It onto his broncho. The bear bk the ropes in half. Ford tried twice again, with the same results. On the fourth attempt, the trapper decided to bind 'the bear to his broncho, it was the pack animal's time to object, however, and it ran away. As a last resort. Ford shot the bear and carried it home on his j own shoulders. LiBhthousckceplng Rooms, furnished, with private bath. 1030 West Walnut street. lock23 CLEAN Bias. TAILORS FOB RENT—Furnished Apartment 303 Douean. 16ckS3 Attractive bcdiooms for youne men, 518 W. Main. Call 399. 16ck9-16 Have your snedc jacket and other i Fall clol>.rt niaue ntw by .our' special cleaning process. Dniijuc Clraning Service. Call 111. llcM-17 WANTED TO REN1 'LH~US~~CLEAN and REBUILD your FELT HAT. We a™ sure you mil like our service. ND-WA CLEANERS.. Phone 180. iackS-U GOODS INQUIRE about our Oolf Ball Sale -You will be surprised at the otter. Ilubbard Hdw. Co.^^ AUTOMOTIVE Have that broken glass Installed in your car while you wait. We cut «r.d install class In any make car. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. 8-lc k9-l .. _ Furnished Rooms, must be reasonable. Call Virgil Shepherd .t 306. tf d n WANTED TO BIT* HIGHEST PRICES paid for tires, '" tubes, 1 iron,, metals, mag- s, cars to wreck. Wolf E. Main. Phone 176. 8-ck-9-8 SALESMEN WANTED EXPERIENCED man or woman with car to handle quick selling product here. Han Sisters Shoppe. 31ck31 MISCELLANEOUS KUSSEIX ANDERSON In charge Chrysler Garage New Van Norman Borini Machine Work Guaranteed - - Phone 88S 25c k8-25 f«t us paint your car before fall. Prices arc still reasonable on painting ' and body repairing. Wrecked cars our specialty. S ho use-little Chevrolet' Co. 8-lc k9-l Auto Glass All Kinds Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. 10-ck-9-10 Bad circulation may injure your molor. We'll put your radiator In shape for a small amount. We repair any make of radiator. Shouse-LiUle Chevrolet Co. 8-lc k3-l NEW AND USED AtlTO PARTS JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. Phone 66 2c k9-2 Notice . All Ui69e owing Bankrupt Sales Co., please call and pay same to Grand Leader. Aann RoMnthal •5ck22 WANTED LIVESTOCK to pasture, $1.50 per month. 3-4 miles north state line arch. W. H. Easley. ' n-ck-21. LEGAL NOTICES BATTERIES In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Commonwealth Building and Loan Assn., of Little Rock, Arkansas, a corporation. Plaintiff Vs. Fnrris Simon ct al, Defendants. The defendant, George M. Saliba 1 5 hereby warned to appear in this Court within 30 days and answer " ' " " plaintiff, i; Loan Assn., of Little Rock, Arkansas, a corporation. • Witness my hand and official seal on this the 10th day of August, 1833. R L. Galncs. Clerk. ;EAL 8-10-17-21-31 the complaint of the Commonwealth Building NEW FORD BATTERIES Rcntal-Recharging-Repairing 777 TIRE & BATTERY STATION - 24c k8-« If your battery is weak' call 633 for quick battery service. .We Eoll New and Rebuilt Batteries. Shoose-Littlc Chevrolet Ca. 8-lc.kO-l IMPLEMENTS Carload of Wagons Get O»r Prices First Byram Produce Co. Across From PostorTict. 21c FOR SALE SAtK — Electric Teakettle, like new, che»p. e 930. U. FOR SALE CHEAP—fc room house on Kentucky Ave., or will trade tor property in Caruthersvillc or Hayll Mo. Sec J. W. Bader, Bly- thevllie, or Gallic Gaines, Caruth- crsvlllc. 17-ck-21 FOR SALE 1 Safe, mo Lbs - * 75 fCary) 1 Safe COO'Lbs. $50 (RcliabM FOB mv store. Perfect Condition niJBKE HARDWARE CO. He k21 young calf. Wil • Route 2, Clear Lske ,-" -.lip-B ARKANSAS CORPORATION COMMISSION IN THE MATTER OF PETITION OF VIKING FREIGHT COMPANY FOR A LICENSE CERTIFICATE AND PERMIT TO OPERATE A MOTOR FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION LINE IN 'ARKANSAS PURSUANT TO THE MT3TOR VEHICLE LAW AND ORDERS OP THE COMMISSION. ' ' Case No.- C-38. NOTICE Notice is hereby given. that The Viking Freight Company, a Missouri Corporation with its principal office and place of business at 301 Geyer Avenue. St. LouU, Missouri, has applied for a licemc certificate and permit to operate a motor transportation line in kansas pursuant to the Motor Vc- hlcts Law and orders of the'Com mission. The petitioner prays for an order of the Commission to op- crate said molor transportation line fur the transportation of Interstate freight through Arkansas over the lollowing route, to-wlt: "Over U. S. Highway No. 61 from Missouri-Arkansas line to West Memphis, Arkansas, and U. S. Highway No. 70 from West Memphis lo Ark-Tcnn. Line and return." The Arkansas Corporation mission will hear this application September 6th, 1933 at 10:00 A, 111 In city and' county fund). where his mother found him It minus hU tall foot. conscious ou the doorstep. Th« c in tool of receiving diplomatic corp* llriit tit tho Idtnt'f New Year's reception was P€RX€NT c* we million buildings In Inaugurated during James preaching train. He did, and w»s loo's term In 1111. OUR BOARDING HOUSE WHOWJ AUTHORS owe roee ABE WRITTEN BX WA.V4DEREO (SA--OW '> THE HILLS MA,e.<3-£t- EE f UNTIL I PELL, IN * WELL C'fWOH, LEY'S 60 OUT WVTWTH MILL IS f VMM *OAM LAST AVONTH TOASO«»iL AWJW.OWNBO HAVE CONTBNOVO THAT. A POM WHrm cbtr \M«; White horsi^s nro black wlien llioy aro born, ,\nd old-lime men Ihroiixliout tho country huvc Contended that there never-- halt--; been, nnil never would be, a snow-white colt Coaled, .itlthqugh thcro ." ur« occiuilonal records of colbi being born wlii only K few black is^>' to miu 1 their whiteness. But "Moses",' the Omaha colt, has plclely Ignored this very ImiwrUint nilu ol horso etiquette. When certain South African rivers dry up in the Mimmer, ft cm Ions kind of fish.-called mud- flsh, make little nests in the mud pelican's throat-pouch hoM? By SOMEONE IS WRONG! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES OBW • NtSTCWOW " WS •VOVO^ ME' V tvitM Rt^PON^WVt WR OUT Of VN VWCtt Ni' \ V.\66t«.tO THE WINNArH WASH TUBBS LEFTS >,NO RIGHTS \ KICKS, UPPERCUTS ftND JIU-JITSU! AMD SLUC.& ,15 THRU '. M£'& THRU* ; irs ONl * ASV BATTLING FOR WS LIFE WITH A MM5MAN. BKTTLIW& ftCiMNST ODOSl GETTINCi OfTTO RlBBOWS, DESPERATE ! STAB ME DEAD. IF'N I DON'T MURDER HE! T t-HST A CHNJCE. hcS BEEM -. -iWNTING FOR—A DOUBLE WRIST LOCKl THERE IS A SNAP. A SCR£A« OF ~' t»-l> AND KIClHTi— ^ FIUM, HAM- ANOSL06G IS OUT! 100 PER CENT GENT! SALESMAN SAM . PHRD\ PULL up PER. MeR. HORSE PlTftUTf pie. — To ooop.K.1 (X ROCK. WJD OVS- tM '. THE STAGE IS-SET! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WELL! i HAVE ir WORKED OUT, HOW—IF PWWEPEHERE Rl&HT THIS MWOTt.VD HWE. IT ovERwrm.'.' STILL.1 HAVE. TO BE. ...HER DAD Ob THIb'TRIP UP HERE.MJD I C*NfT JU5T COME OUT AM' ACT 1NWFF&RUNT FUMMV Kll>, FRECKLES J 'A PRETTY GtRL LIKE TAKES *. SHIME-TO vou AMD VOU DON T LIKE. rr—WHILE,IF WAS ME, I'D ee TICKLED PlWK! CAMT HEL RED I'M • GOIN& fca ^ WALK BEFORE BREAXFAST ? IT.L GET 6ACK IM THE WOODS 6 PLACt,WHERE, t CAW TWiNk OVER JUST WHAT TO DO TO MAKE. PAT KEVCD A3 DOWNTVU5 SO 1 FCXJLOW vpo *w WO OWECTIOM. t" «K

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