The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 23, 1933
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST at. 1933 JjLVSHEVlLLB.'. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SECTION PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rtt« pet line w live (Five tvertit word> to • line) Ow ti«e per Ua« .......... lOc Two times per lice per day Qgc Three Uuwi per tint per day 06c Six Unw per Hae P«r d*y . . 05c Mouth r*W per line ........ We charge Mo Ad+ oidwed (or three or tlniej agd ttoppcd belore Uon will be charged <or Lhe uuui- ber of times the ad appeared and adjustment vl'.btU made, All QlauUfted ' Advertising copy luwltted by Mrsons residing outside of the city' must be accom- (»iilcd by c.ash, Rates may be computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken (at more than cue incorrect Ui- •ertion ol any classified ad. Advertising ordered for irregu- wr insertions take the one time r»t«. Phone 306 or 307 NEW AND DStU AUTO 1'ABTS JACKSON AUTO FAK1S C'O. Phone W . 2c k Aiilo Gla$9 • - All Kinds Installed 1'1'e Ark-Mo Lumber Co. ^Tnu'k, Kmum.'s Funeral Pyiv for ft ISII'LEAIENTS C'arloud of Wajuuii <ict Oiir I'rlrci Klnst U)ium I'rudmii Co. Across From Test OITiic 31c kO-IM SAJ.K OK SALE — Klecttii! Teakettle, lite nc«r, cheap. Phone 930. tf. Oregon Committee Study Liquor Control Plant S-'AI-K.M, Ore. (UP) — KiPllowlilB 'l'Dim's nillllciUlon lit pi-uhthl- tlUI ri'JHMl mill IT|R'l!l Of ICIIlllIll- slate dry laws, Clovernur Meier jlnicd n I'ommlMlon to study methods ot liquor control. The commission, headed by Ur. W. l|. K:io.\, rortlund physician, Includes both wets nnd tlrys. it mnric up of eleven members, Im M'i's, uhi'slc'liMis IU'KI" UuSlncUs men. Sei'rvnl mo iviemocrs of Iho Iwjls- Oicsun was si '"bm!i' di'y" sintc fur iibuiii tour yj'ii|v> -Lcfuic tm- Club Operator Can Pick His Guests Uobcrt A. Welih rulxl in tlls|»tliig of th$.cBtie* ot two men ch«n;cd with beating William Jo- sqph, "bouncer"'m tho U Ilcsln In their defense the men had pointed out thiil the proprietor of (no club ivfusx-d lo servo tliemuiui illicett'd thiit' they bt shown the exit. /Mncilcu's Inrgcst salamandc'r. ic hellbumlpi 1 . reaches n length nf l\\o feet mitt (s doud to cjit. B 'v Alwn I'QK SAU£^-Foiir wheel trailer . \vilh bed, suitable tor nny uur- JXBC. Also 12 fool lightweight llsh- i»fc' lwa I. Call W. I.. Cniflcm ut 103 or 455. 9ck8-ltt FOR SALE Used Trailers, Used Trucks urii Used Truck-Trailer Bodies. II You Plan To Make Money Hauling Cotton and Cotton Seed. Be Sure to See Our Trucks and Trailers At Once. RKAl, ESTATE I Will exchange 40 acres RICH LAND for on highway, P. o. Box 34, Holland, Mo. 2Jpk30 180 acres 40 cultivation on graded highway. Dnil.v mail, fulr Improvements, large orchard, free range. Special bargain. $COO.OO terms. 108 acre creek farm. 150 acres bottom. Trade. Joe Cliaplu. Havenden, Ark. 3pkfl-3 FARMS and Homes, easy payments. Ethel B. Thompson, Ca- rulheisville, Mo. 8pk9-8 POULTRY $135 NABOItS MASl'EK SPKINti TRAIl.Elt, A-l Tires, 5th Wheel, 16 Ft. Solid Side Body, Ready 'o Go G. M C. l!/ 2 TON' TRUCK, Clobid Cab, Tires Like New, '33 License, Excellent Condition '.. NABOBS MASTKR SPRING TRAlLER,'Dual Wheels, 18 Ft. Solid Side Body, A-l Condi- lion Complete IS FT. COMPLETE TRAILER BODY, Has Solid Sides. A Bar- A ^C gain V "•' SEE OUB Nb'W FORU V-8 .TRUCKS ALL MAKES OF TRAILERS & BODIES. PHONE 811 TOUAV PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Aulhnrizrd Ford Dealer Opposite Hospital ' POULTRY WANTED MARILYN HATQHERY 10-ck-28, FOR KENT ATTRACTIVE ucdroDm for inen, close lu. Mrs. M. T. Moon. Call 859-W. 23ck30 Modern 3 room furnished or unfurnished apartments, newly ccc- oralcd, over Itirby Drug Co. Also store building adjoining Roxy Tlw- alor."F. Slmoii, 120 W. Davis. Call 7M.'.' . Modern FURNISHED apartment. Reasonable. 811 W. Walnut. Call 313-J. 23-ck-30. STORE BUILD1NQ and rcsidcncs 'combined with • complete fixtures for meat and groceries, 640 S. Lake. See Dr. J.. A. Salita. Icklf TWO Nicely Furnished Bedrooms, •ilrs. Ed Hardin, 1017 Walnut. 21c kfl-21 For Rent— Furnished apartment, • 108 .West Kentucky, Phone 683 ••'"•. ' 2lck2 2lck28 Five Room Furnished downstair.- apartment. 700 W Walnut. '• 21c Altraclive bedrooms ior younj m 018 W. Main. Call 309. 16ck9-16 Five room house, lights, bath, ga- s ruye, rcabonablc, 1604 West Ash. BUSINESS DIRECTORY KXPERT Typewritingr and Adding Mzehicc Repairing. U. S. Klank- cnship, 116 E. Rose. Call il)5-J. ale k9-21 J'rigidaire-Delcp Only authorized Frigidairc anil Delco light service. 13. A. Miller, riflicc phone 07—residence 414 , iipka-n Registered Spencer Corseliere Mrs. J. J. Davis, Phone 121. ' L. G. Mos» Blylhevillc's cut rate undetUker ESS. TAILORS Have your suede jacket and other Fall clothes mafc new by our •pecial clcaninf process. Unique tkaninj Service. Call 171. 11ck9-17 Let us CLEAN and REBUILD your FELT HAT. We are sure you »ill like our service. NU-WA OLEANERS. Phone 180. 12ckfl-12 SPORT^Q GOODS INQUIRE about our Golf Ball Sale —You will. bj surprised al the offer. Hubbard lldw. Co. lOck 0-10 BATTERIES NEW FORD BATTERIES' Rental-Recharging-Repairing • 777 TIRE & .BATTERY STATION ' ". ' ' 34c k8-34 II yo'.ir battery is weak .call 633 for 1'iiick" battery service. We sell New and 'Rebuilt,- Bat»erics. Sfiousc-Utltt Cfievrolti. Co. '" • 8-lc k9-I NEWLY i'URNlSHBD modern apartment. Vacant Sept. 1. Call •S12-W. ]8c k23 Two FURNISHED rooms, lights, bath, garage. Raasonable 1001 W. Ash. ISc-Mo Mechanic's garage ^nd liuiWinj suitable for grain, coal or beer storage. Frisco siding. Stcrnbere Cotton Co. Call 24. 18c-kI8 THREE ROOM MODERN apartments, newly decorated. Over Kirby Drug Co. AUo apartment, on Kentucky Ave. F. Simon. Phone 784. 13 0 i ONK or two ruoms on North Kailroail street, suitable for cotton offices. Will fix to suit tenant on lease. Apply- Courier Ntwr. MICE LAKOi-J bedrooms. CLOSt IN. 310 W. Walnut. 23ck8-2i> MODERN furnished apartrr.ent. (iobd location. Call 135. 27u X8 LlghtliousekeeplnE Rooms. turiV cd. willi private bath. 1030 West Walnut street. ' 16ck23 WANTED TO HIGHEST PRICES paid for Urcs, iiiner tubes, 'iron, metals, magazines, hides, cars to wreck. Wolf Afian. 128.E. Main. Phone 1TG. " . . -, .• 8-ck-5-8 AUTOMOTIVE Have that broken glass installed in jour car while you wall. We cut »nd install class In any make car. Shonsc-LWte Chevrolet Co. 8-lc k9-l RliSSELL ANDERSON In charge Chrysler Garage New Norman Baring Machine Work Guaranteed - - Phone gga 25c kB-J5 Let us paint your car before fall. Prices arc still reasonable on pslntlng and body repairing. Wrecked cars our specialty. Shousc-Litllc Chevrolet Co. 8-lc k9-l Bad circulation may injure your motor. We'll your radiator In shape for a small amount. We vepMr nny make of radiator. Shousc-Lttdei Chevrolet :-Ce. . •'.: " ]B'-lo*k9-I ' AIAL&HELU WANTED ^fA^; Wan'tecl to, take care oi 1 an established business in the salu of McConno'n Prodircts in Miisiisl])- pi. Craighead. potnsett.' CrUtciiden, Randolph, Lawrence, Greene caun- lis. G&ou living right now with-increasing profits as you become ac-. qualntcd with customers ana business. Wo finance responsible persons. Experience not necessary. Apply by letter to MCCONNON & COMPANY, Dapl. BH-397, WINO NA, MINN. 23 p k24 SALESMEN WANTED EXPERIENCED man or W0 man with car to handle quick selling product here. Hall sisters Shoppe 31ck31 J^1SCJBLT,ANEOUS~ Notice • All those owinj- Bankrupt Sales Aaron. Roscntlial 'N, Mjffit. ill! 1 ) — A ululu club j)i()|iilvtoi IHI.S Hie hh cllentrlc, 1 OUR BOARDING HOUSE 1 ONE MOT THE NEXT NIGHT WK1ER -BOTTLE ATTPOEDON STOMACH J *,.e truck slioivn ivrockcd at the rl B ht became with ,uiotli:r laden with gm:coUui on LI highway iraiv Chester, fa., and burst into names Twnly- slx others In the truck ivcre injured. Forty explosions followed the rush. \ w \i> ns (lll , slnlw olv Drums which contained the explosive are shown un the Ground Ihc famous old South Pa<3 district north of here to western mints. Today, in sharp contrast, Ilia sold bullion now being roduced is pu to advantage by the Rev Ncol Crunln. who" enlists Ills nld Ladies Brown HOUSE containing ant! key, b^tw^cn KoU- at short notice lo sLimd m> »t the imptlak of coun'.ra wl-o have , u — - ..... -.. .—,. «*,..,, ^lu.^.vwi Inson Drug store and Ritx then- 'hi these mines, due to the revival tre. REWARD for return to Cour- of fold mining, 1= down us air express on United Air Lines' Coaot- to-Consl pianes to th: San Frun- Californian Offers Prize Angling Tale 1 LOST—NcK'SlXllJcr Liberal reward return Marsh, 321 S. Lake. cisco mint.-> in six hours. MODESTO, Cul. lUI'l'-Hunk VKilli of Mo:lcsto caiinlit a fish. Urn was "ioo InrBc to lirliiu h«mc,' lie insisted (otluy. He .siilil ho was shine ul Cula- Iliid Isliind. In Snutliern Brother and Siste Planes Speed Delivery , Of WyomingGold Miners Pinch Hit at Weddings Til exciting gold rush days of the j man and bridesmaid I ftsli irlitrV lining ~ ,t'™^f»h. i^ Forties took six days by overland I His iralnlne at Boston Collega fore' he h,Sl it wd^ 2M age to transport gold bullion from \ where lu captains the ti.ick team, [ iSLb! d.clscti ho HOOTS AND HER ItUDniKS . I HO SOM6- ' I] M S, _.! AliOllT HA'ITIK! AT THJIIERCYF THK ARCTIC 1 ' A '( i CftNNC+JSHOT. IT 6R6(\KS IMTWO. rt^^PiwVr o Hfc HftLF-ClAO SURVli/ORS (v?C SOAXED WITH \CV SPKM. THE WIND GROWS STRONGER.THEVNMi65 HI&H&E. IHE ice BE&IMS to CREAK A.UO GCOMJ SALESMAN SAM /• ve u) 1 C(!l.CUS. BOSS' \ STRANOER! SAY.' WHY DON'T ) VOU KMCV/ THAT HEVI COME HERE FRECKLES—WHO FOR ME. ...I THINK FOP, 6lRL&,RED. PA.T'E> A SWELL KID [GET 6OMETHIU6 / THI6 WINDOW IS THAT TALXIM' TO HAT DOES AWYOWE WITH ONLY Wl&H 6HE.'D GO FOR ME LIKE. SHE DOE5 FOR You". ^ uf>" AT" PARADISE LAKE,.

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