The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 24, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
Page 5
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..THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1933' BLVSHEV1LLE. .(ARK,) COUtUtiR NEWS CIASSIHED SECTION - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally tite per -Due rot Uve (Five ivenge words to * lint) One time per line .......... lOc r»-o times per line per day Me Three Uniei per line per d»y We Six Umet per line per d»y . . Ofic Month nte per line ........ Wo BOO Ada ordered tor three or «U Umes and stopped before expiration will be charged lor toe number of tlmet tne ad appeared and adjustment ot bill mad*. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- tide ol the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility. will be taken for more than one incorrect In- •crtion ot any classified ad. Advertising ordered for Inegu- lar insertions take the oue time (ate. Phone 306 or 307 NKW AND DSEU AUTO PARTS JACKSOX' AUTO PARTS CO. 1'iluJir 6C Auto (iluss ll Kinds luslillfd Ark-Mo Lumber t,'u. 10-ck-tMO IMPLEMENTS C'.irload of Wigons <irl Our Prim, Klrsl Byruni I'roduce Co. A i 1 robs From Fust Office kO-21 KOK SALE tm SALE — lilcclric Teakettle, like new, cheap. I'hoiic 930. If. FOR SALK — Four t wheel trailer with bed, suitable for any purpose. Also 12 foot lljjhlsreight fish, ing boal. Call W. L. Crafton al 1G9 or 4G5. Ock9-10 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Used Trailers. Used Trucks and Used Truck-Trailer Bodies. 11 You Plan To Make Money Hauling Cotton and Coiton Seed, Ee Sure lo Sec Our Trucks and Trailers At Once. N A I! O It S MAS T K R SPRING TRAILER, A-L Tires, 5th Wheel. 16 Kl. Solid Side Body, Ready to Go .......... Will exchange 40 acres RICH LAND for farm on highway. l>. o. Bo> 34, Holland. Mo. 23pk30 ICC acres 40 cultivation on Bracied highway. Daily mall, fair inv provemcnts, largo oicliHid. frei ec. Special bargain. JCOO.OC uiB. 408 acre erect farm. 15C acres bottom. Trade. Joe Chaph: Ravenden, Ark. - . 3pU-: (J. M C. Hi TON TRUCK, Closed tab, Tires l-ike New, '33 Ltrense, Excellent Condition . N A B O R S MASTER SFltlNG TRAlUER.'Dual Whwls, 18 Ft. Solid Side Body, A-l C'ondi- Uorv Complete ........ 18 FT. COMPLETE TRAILER BODY, Has Solid Sides. A Bar- " $245 $195 $45 FARMS and Homes, easy pay incnts. Ethel B. Thompson, Ca ruthersville, Mo. 8p!" POULTRY POULTRY MARILYN HATCHERY 10-ck-28 FOH RENT ATTRACTIVF, bedroom for mei close in. Mrs. M. T. Moon. Ca 9-W. 23ckli Modern 3 ronin furnUhrd <ir un furnislicil apartnienls, newly dei cralfd, over Kirby Druf Cn. Als store buililine adjoining Koxy The attr. F. Simon, 120 W. Uavls. Ca Modern FURNISHEU apartmcn Reasonable. 811 W. Walnut. Ca 313-J. 23-c ominonweaiili '' ft Loiin n., of'tlUle Hock, ArkBiisas, n orporatloii. Witness' inj'" liaml anil official nl on Mils' ItiiV luth d.iy ot AUK- >t, Wi, H. li. (Juiiu-s. Clerk. EAL ' S-lO-l'i-'JI-Jl o( Mr. and Mis. C. P/JciUm l»sl lelutnde to her home In Hsl'ur wtek. Mrs. Smith will b« remain-] Sunday. bcrcd a b Marjoilc Galloway, for-:' Mr.'mm Mis. Ab.- Kclllliit Iwve niei-ly a scliool leacher here. | Inoved here from Russellvillf. Tliey .Ourdu ghnrp ol I'orlajftvllle.wiis. aic wouiiylii{i Hit house vacated (lie mu'Sl «[ his sister, Miss Lulu-1 last week by Hie J. O. Hook f»m- er Hiij t s Sunday. Mrs.' Cnllle Kenlcy has been 111 Popular Corner Miss Hek'ii Toinllnson nnd J. C. neon attended rhurvli at lirowu pur Wednesday night. •Sir. and Mrs. Riib Ktni; siwnl lie week end at L'armi vlbliliifi lie lattor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. :arl Childress. Mr. and Mrs. w. li. Slenlion roin Mississippi has moved to ^opliir Corner and will later move 0 Manila where Mr. Slcntfon has 1 New Drug Store. Mr. Evens and Ted., Misses 'Irian and Mmy Berry S|x>nl Snn- lay al Carnii. visiting the! her Allen Berry. Miss Marjorlc Thompson M:mlln "and R. L. Williams daughter In Memphis llil.s week. Murjorle Ed'wnrds who has'city, M OM visited a bhort been employed In a licttuty sho|)|x; Sunday In the home ui bro- ''riplnr Cornel: were married Saturday, Aug. 12. Misses Helen and Evelyn Tom- inson entertained the younf; folks with u party Thursday night. Leonard Lafoon lias gone to several days but Is tinpvovlng now. Mrs. M. li. Bailey is visiting her Hy wlio moved to Ixnilslana. Mr. Ktlllng hus been rmploycd by the gin iK'ir Mrs. Lllllun Klnit of Poplar Cor- iK-r and llarlunil Glluivr of Brace '•-"•• -- -------- - ••- • it Houston. Miss. Is vlsitlnt; her ):iren(s, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards. MLv, sister, Mrs. Cnyre Johnston. Mrs. C. (I. Evmis vislled friends In Koscland Sunday und Monday. Mlfs Ullle lllcks ol Uv> Angclofi! Cnrnle and John Alley and is dslliiiK her niotlier. Mrs. MaU." um S' Boivn made a UGltiess trip Hicks. The revival meeting which was coiuhiclcd by the Rev, Mr. Eckerl, past of the CooU'r church, closed Sunday. Kiisscllvlllc. Ark., to spend a few weeks with his pnicuts. A crowd from here intended the Did Fiddler's contest at Leachvillc Saturday night. Hariand Gllincr of Hiagg Oily, Mo., wns the gnest ol Miss Lillian I 1^1 ng Sunday. lo Memphis Tuesdny. Mr. nnd Mis. Adcle Moudows mid children visited friends iwtn Di'll. Sunday. Cliniles Klmi'r Gordon of Dell Saturday Vcul vlbll Barnli IXsprlesl lo W. B. Godscyj"' "-""• -"»•" Woolcy near Shon- cumc us a surpvL^e lo their friends last week. They were quietly mar- 1 :ied by the liev. Mr. Stcvenson.l pastor of the Baptist church. John Cohoon who lias been for several weeks slowly. Glendn months old daughter ol Mr. andj Mrs. Floyrt Kentcy of near Deniun Satiuduy night and Sunday iicic died August 16 at. the faintly honie.H'e gucsi ol I5cc Kennctl. he (u««t'uf rflallvet; and friends, i now of. Sprin^llDld, Mu.. Li Ally, a, W. Birhain ol Dlyliic-1 lh» a sliorl vncallon here wHii her Hie visited friends In Oils com- lorenVi, Mr. nnd Mm. T. E. Ucso. uimlly Sunday. Joo Mawoy of Miunlii business vhillor In (lie I 1 ominunily WodncsJuy. Umb of Moiiette ilends in UK I'awlicfu vominun- ty Saturday. Mrs. Jolin ronrsoii, formerly Ml>^ ubyo Rose of tills toiinnunlty, but tori Arniblrong of Dlyihcvllk- ^[l^:lll Fnulay In the Pn«-iici'n coni- iinnilly \\lth Mr. ni'.ti Mlb. Tom Al- fXiiiulcr. l.nwrenre and lluroW liroolts of C.n,-lwi'l'., MO. vtelu-tl friends here B.itunluy. Rnlph Rose rctufnrd home Frl day lifter spending the past ly," weeks lit Springfield, Mo., wHli III unit- husband, Mr. and Mrl Joint Pearjon. Mtei Shelby or Manila vis 110:1 (rk'iidb in the Pawhecn coin inuiiUy Wednesday. Miss Izola Cudc tjicnt Satuidal ini mid KHIi. Nicholas «[ Ihc Half night and Sunday at Hornersvllh, Moon community spent the week-; Mo., M'itli Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Ed mil I:eve mill their brother, Orblo: imindson. OUR BOARDING HOUSE Holland News Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jimies nnd their daughter, Connie, of Webb City visited Mr. Ja: Dessic Uttey last. week. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones arc the parents Carlcne. The Rev. J. I,. Pinkston is con- Ihe SEE OUR NEW fOHO V-S TRUCKS ALL HAKES OF TRAILERS t BODIES. ' • I'HONE 811 TODAV PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Autlioriird Ford Driller Opro^it^ HospHul BUSINESS DIRECTORY STORE BUILDING and residence combined with complete fixtures lor niir.i, and groceries. U-10 S. Lake. Set Dr. J A. Salibn. ICcklf TWO Nicely Fnniislied Bedrooms. Mrs. Ed llardin, 1017 Walnut. 21c k9-21 For Rent—Furnished apartment, 108 West Kentucky, Phone 683. .MODERN Five Room Furnished downstairs apailment. 700 w. Walnut. alc k28 I Attractive licdroums fur yuuiiK men, f>18 W. SLiln. Call SOS. Uick9-16 I'XPEHT Typewriting and Adding '.Machirc llepairins. U. S. BUmk- cnship, 116 E. Rose. Call iti5-J- aic ka-21 Five room house, lights, bath, ua- rnce reasonable, 1G04 West Ash. FrigidAire-Delcu Only authorized Frigidairc ami Uclco lighl service. B. A. Miller, office phone 67—residence 4H llpkO-11 Registcreil Spencer Corscticrc Mrs. J. J. Davis. Phone -121- 20c kO-2 I,. (.!. Moss Blythcrille's cut rait undcrUkcr 10-ct-9-lt) <:i,EAl*;E8S. TAILORS Have your suede jacket and other Fall clotliM rnad<- new by our •pedal cleaning process. Unique Cleaning Service. Call 111. HckO-17 Let \is CLEAN and REBUILD your FELT HAT. We we sure you will like our service. CLEANERS. Phoiic 180. SPORTING GOODS NEWl.Y FURNISHED modern apartment. Vacant Sept. 1. 412-W. 18c Two FURNISHED rooms, lights. 1-ath, garage. Reasonable 1601 W. Ash. 18c-k25 Mechanic's e ;ira se and building suitable for jrain. i-ual or beer slurafe. I-'risco sidinf. Slcmbcrg Collon Co. Call 21. !8c-kl8 ONE or l\v» rooms <m Nurlh Ruilroad street, suitable fur cotton offices. Will lix to suit tenant on lease. Apply Courier Ncwr, tUCE LARGE bedrooms. CLOSE IN. 310 W. Walnut. 20d;8-2ii MODERN furnished apartment. Good location. Call 135. ~ Lishthousekecplng Rooms, furnished, with private bnlh. 1030 Wes Walnut street. 16ck23 INQUIRE about our Golf Ball Sale I —You will be surprised at Ihc ultcr. Hubbard Hdw. O. lOck 9-10 WANTED TO 3D if BATTERIES HIGHEST PRICES paid for tires inner tubes, iron, metals, mag azir.cs. hides, cars to wreck. Wol Avian. 123 E. Main. Phone 176. 8-ck-0-8 NEW FORD BATTERIES Rcn'.al-Recharging-Rcpairing 771 TIRE & BATTERY STATION 2-lc. ItS-m If your ballery is weak call G33 lor quick battery service. We EOll New and . Rebuilt Batteries Slion«-IJltlc Chevrolet Co. 8-lc kO-1 AUTOaiOTIVE Have that, broken glass iiisUlled in your car while i'OU wail. We ml jnd install cliiss In any make ear. Sfiousc-Ulllc (jiicvrokt Co. 8-lc kO-1 ' KUSSEI.I. ANntRSOX Tn tliargc Chrysler Giragr New Vin Norman Boring Machlnr Work Giurantccrt - - Tiionc 88H 25c k8-25 lid us paint your car before fall. /Prices arc still reasonable on -painting and body repairing. Wrecked cars our specially. Shonse-Litllc Chevrolet Co. 8-lc kO-1 Had circulation may injure your molor. We'll put your radiator >n shape for a small amount. We vepalr any make of radialor. Shouse-IJUlc Chevrolet Co. 8-lc kO-1 SALESMEN WANTED EXPERIENCED man or womai vith' car to handle quick bcl product here. Hall Sisters Shoppe 31ck3 LOST LOST—Newspaper Route ilooi Liberal reward rclurn to Jacl Maish. 321 S. Lake. 21ck2 BRGAI \FAGT REACW! Pawheen News f Allen of Chicago Is s Improving! hig this week here the Riic'il of lib brother and wile. Mr. and Mrs. Rl Kcnley, Id! ley Allen. llirnsoii of Moncllc s nftcr u long Illness of colitis. Miss Piiimlc Hampton of Sprlm; Held. Mo., Is spending IhLs wccl. , with her sister nnd liiuibiiiul, 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. T. E. Rose. K. R. Duncan ol Holcomb, Mo., Ubllcd friends in tlw I'nwhocn com- Roseland New* went to Memphis Thursday. munity over UK; week-end. R. C. Rose and Mrs. Hor- Claude Miller of Maniln WHS u ncr Borcn went lo Dlytlievlllc Frl- mon. Mrs Floyd i™ 1 """ 1 " 11 ? Mfmlay. •hchna Johnston. .'''• J - UcA » illumed tiny niter sixnidhig the past week visited Mrs. Fanner Jackson and in West plulns. Mo., the guest y mes 1 sister, Mrs. family at Shonyo Saturday aflcr- • Mrs. R: C. Rose ![,; Uclnicr Cornell returned home Friday after spcndini; the past week at mitesvlllc, Ark., the Riiesl ot ninilvcs nnd friends. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Ill for an extended visit ducting a revival mc-clint; at Mar- in Blytlievllie Saturday., way buck they slop|>cdi iitiidukc. Ark., this week. Miss Ruby Lynn Capchait spent for a shorr visit, with Mr. and Mrs. | of liornersvllle wpcnl SulurJnr I I the Pnwlicon comiminlty, the guest! Miss Merl Gorgas. who hiullol Mr. and' Mrs. W. J. Mrs. A. W. Smith and daugli- bcen vlsilini: In the home of hei icr, Joy, of Joplin were the guests here.I uliill. Mo., spcnl tlic weekend lierc ROOTS AND HKR BUDDIES WASH TUBBS PARTING OK THE WAYS! HOPS V THeVRE O.K. tflNDED UP THE ) /71NO WASH, EWBY, WiO THE GIRL L^MD OH THC , ^u BLEAK. WINA-SWJEPT COACT OF NofciHERN AIASW KNOW THIS COUNTRY I.IK6 A BOOK. NOBODY HAS TOTftKE CAREOt-'Mt! COAST NEAR AN ESKIMO VILLA&E. VOU'D BETTER HURRV KUD JOIN THEM, TOO, OR ^OU'l.1. MISS THE uftST BOAT FOR HOME. SALESMAN SAM RACK TRACK HOUND! uJWGR.£ ^ft TAKltJ'J OV6R To "JA' D? J &OT HER. tiTERED IW "W I Ci-OTPs HUUCH THftT of 1 Call MISCELLANEOUS Nnlicr . All those owioK "anttrupi Slit Co., please call and p;iy same I Grand Leader. Aaron Hoscnlhal •5ck2 I.KGAL NOT1CKS WARNING ORDER III Ihc chancery Courl, Chlcka sawba District, Mississippi Com ly. Arkansas. Commonweallh Building and Loa Assn., of Lltllc Rock. Arkausa a corporation. Plaintiff Vs. J-'arris Simon el al. Defendants. The defendsnl, George M. Sahbi Is hereby warped to appear In this Courl within 30 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, PRECKLKS AND HIS FKICNDS IT'S A LONG STOHY: MEL HUGGING' BOY, U. YEAH-WE I r ROM PARADISE JUMCTIOKI, ) HIM FROM THE I5> OUT HERE,AUD HE < WINDOW-GEEf 5AY£> HE HA.S A, MESSAGE ) I WOIJDER IF I OH YOU -HE WOULDN'T TELL ME WHAT IT WAS. V, \b WSOUG?, SO YOU BETTER COME. DOWM AND^;^-, see- HIM? * ^^ ,rf 7=^-1 i3 _J 'M 4* I ' By Blosser AMD HE WALKED ALL THE WAV UP HERE? &EE.! THEPE MUST BE SOWETHIK1& luTHE WIND!' TH15 15 FRECKLES. HARVEY.' lie'£> THE FELLOW YCXJ WANT TO SEE, I5H'T ! IE T VC».....Y'KWOW, RiV-MT APTER / I HAD MY BREAKFAST THIS A MORNING I WEMT OVER TO J TH' 5K5MM. TOWER — I DON'T > KMCTW WHAT FER, BUT ANYHOW I WENT OVER THERE.-! I WA& COIK1G TO POT PIH& f I THE RAILROAD TRACK. .J ^k f -L, HURRY UP, VEYf DOM'T BE. DADBLAMED ; >W-&ET DCWN ._ WHEM.ALL OF A SUDDEN, DAVE, UP IU TH' TOWEC, CALLED DOWN TO WE AM' A'bKED IF I'D HIKE UP TO PARADISE LAKE AW' SEE IF 1 COULD FIND SOMEBODY BY THE NAME OF FRECKI.E6-I SAID, "SURE ...FOR A DIME I WILL,'

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