The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 24, 1934
Page 7
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1 L 1 : 24, 19k. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER 1 NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally raw per line for consecutive Insertions: ' (Five average words to a line) One time per line ::.:..:.... lOo Two tlines per line per day .. 08ti Three times per line, per day .. <;dc 'Six times per line per day .. 05c Month rate per line 60c Minimum charge 5Do Ads ordered lor three or six Mines and stopped before expira- tiop will be charged for the nmn- oer of times Ihe ad appeared and idusiment ol Dili maae. All Classified Advertising copy submlned by persons residing outside 01 me city must be accompanied by cash. Rules may be easily computed Irom aDove table, •No responsibility will be taken tor more than one incorrect' insertion ol any classuied aa. •rluvtriisiaa ordered lor nresuiu, aisernuus itiKe Ule one lime, rale PHILLIPS' IMMARS REAL BUYS '29 FORD TOWN SEDAN Trunk on rear 5105 '29 CHEVROLET COUl'E ... §115 '33 FOKD TUDOR 5385 '33 CHEVROLET .COACH ... §375 •23 CHEVKOl/ET COUPE ... 5385 '30 FOR1) CABUIOLET $11)5 . 'TKUCKS & TKAILERS* Business Directory Last Cobb Undertaking Co., IDC SERVICE Al QUALITY AMBULANCE Vliune 26 COl'I'ER WEiVTUEK STIill' Saves fuel at smull cost Arkmo Lumber Co. IET US no VOUK WEI.DINC AND MACHINE WORK BOILER - DRAGLINE TRAILER KEPAIR1NG Vc Carry A Full Line ol Shafting Thane 80S HLYTHEV1LLE MACHINE WOHKS Operated by li. F. Kiger • •. .Key, 1'ace • Qntwoocl & Wcidman Ele' Wiring ' - Meliil • Work 111 N. 1st. Behind Kroner's telng out Entire stock of BOOTS At. PRESENT WHOLESALE Prices Hubbard Hdw. Co. '29 •30 'SO FORD PICKUI'. Closed CHEVROLET TRUCK. Ciuscd Cab 5 33 I CMC TRUCK. Closed Cal), Large liody $na SUii KIN G HAM TRAILER, Dual Wheels JVcw Tires .'. $ \VE.i'AY. CASH FOR GUOU : Ufciili CAKS 1 Utt LU1 Wanted To Jiuy Used Filing Cabinet, Icttsr head 5izc..E. B. Gee Sales Co. 22cKo COTTON PLANTING SEED and White, Yellow or Mixed CORN' ami SOY BEANS Sec Us For Best Prices Harold • Sternterg at STEHNBEHG COTTON CO. HAG, between Memphis "ml iOsceola containing ^lollies and pnckngcs. LIBEHAL HEWARD. RUSTIC INN. 24-ck.-2Y LOST—Army discliargc paper l>e' longing to oils B. Lewis. Return (o Cary Woodbuni's oftieo. Reasonable Reward. 21-t)-k-26 Position Wanted Will rto STENOGRAPHIC work »t ! nieht. Reasonable rates. Cal! 306 or 792. Automotive Special prices on Aut'o Accessories, . Tires & Tubes, Gimrnnlecd Eateries $3.15 cxc., Auto Tops Is Side liirtnins '$1.50 np, -Atcolibl 75e gal.. ;ar Heaters $1.50 up, Cylinder leads, noor mats Wolf Arian 128 13. Main St. COiNNOR & MATLOCK ELECTRIC and ACETYJL1NE WELDING No Job Too Larjje or Too Small. Reasonable Prices - Guaranteed Work SE Corner Ash mid Railroad In Old Trinity Farm Bide. FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOF- BANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. Farmers! For $6.80 and the cotton wo will make you a Gear! MATTRESS. "Trade With a Home Industry" UPHOLSTERERS J. W. Jenkins & Son ali t>. Ranroaa - - Phone life 1UTE PRICE GROCERY BUY GROCERIES RIGHT A COMPLETE LINE OF FANG'S & STAPLE GROCERIES, FHESi. MEATS, VEGETABLES, PRO DUCE, FLOUR, MEAL, i3TC. In OW P. O. BWg. Phone :234—We Deliver F«tory Authorized FRIG1DA1HE SERVICE Factory. Trained Mechanics Day 07—1'hune—Night 38» 407 Main St. E. B. GEE SALES CO. AUTO GLASS ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 ; Coal & Wood i Unloading car COAL at Ash and Railroad.', Come and get it'al WHOLESALE prices. Meyer .Bart-" nick. '••'•' 2lTCk-2-. Keal Estate FARMS FOR SALE! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON Caruthersville, Mo. WILL SELL'WALK-OUT 41) acres fine soil, onb'inilc due cast of City limits a : hoiv four room house, two good barns,- t\vo 7-year^ old mules, worth S350, about 175 bushels corn, 8 tons of liny, : cultivators, wagon, all up to date farm' equipment, r.'improvements, insurance for 51800. Price complete $4000 will loan $50 ]>cr acre at 6 per cent v Call or sc,c W. M Bums Agency Phone 243'&''212.' FOR SAU-; '17 iicre-s, all in cullivalioii, loin miles from Blylhcvillo ill Flal Lake. Price 565.00 per acre, .good terms. ' _ ' \ . r ' *T „, . ' . 40 acics, seven miles wcsl. d!) In cultivation. 545.00 per ' acre! $400.00 cash, balance good terms. 75 acres, all in cultivation, joins No. 9 Plantation. Price S50.00 per acre. $750.00 cash, balance good terms. Conway & Houchins Slice Repairing ". You have fried the 'rest' Now buy. Hie BEST / Coal & Feed •' Phone 127 Farmer's Cash Feed • and Seed. Co. Joseph W. Parker, Prop. My'Coat Is Black but-1 treat you White, Fill up now. I.O1IN.-BUOIIANAN-- PHONE 101 Stc Ub A pout \our Coal Blytlievilic Gin Co 'Rculiuit A! il) imt "J'rcmiiim- Kentucky CALL an WE CANT 1 HULL ALL THE COAL SO WE JUST SELL THIS BtlB'I PHONE—100—I'HONE E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. WINTER IS COMING! SPECIAL PRICES on repairing . shoes before cold weather. Progressive Shoe Shop 103 S. 2nd St. Yonr SHOES ready for win• Newest machine jusl inslal- Every Job juirantccd or money ; E. E. 'Ralcliff Across Irom Hubbard HdW. Co. K' y f ars i' 1 the Slioc Repairing business; wh e» others fall, Iry 51. Simon P. Lee, . J u **-. R. -B. 51. W. J. KNOX f snocs feet ' can repalr - ABNORMAL .'esi. PARKS BROS. COAL CO. PHONE 977 FOR "Hi-Ln Aliibiimu" "Energy Illinois" "Black Hoysil Kentucky" CLEAN COAL—LOW PRICED Exclusive Agents for the original genuine Montavallo Coal We also sell Brilliant, Ark. Anthracite, Illinois mid Kcnlucky Coals. Phone 417 WONDEE CITY COAL, CO. Why Buy Coal From Us? 1—30 yeaix In Business. 2—Quality of coal handled. ' 3—Prompt service. 4—Coinlcoiis treatment. 5—You get all yon pay lor. "Quality Group" distributed by OAV & BILLINGS rhunc 7G FOR BATTERY SERVICE Ben Clune 209 W. Ash Phone 8. AJ^EY 6pl *\}Ht & JUGHTV KIN& GtJZZLE BLINDfV iED HIS IMW40IN&. ARMY Or-MOOVIAN WARCIOG6 INTO AMBUSH, AMD SAW THEM &O DOWri UNDER AH AVALAMCHE OF LEMIAN WAR AXES. THE SOLITARY SURVIVOR OF TUE EXPtOn .'>N, BRUISED AND BATTERED, HIS BREATH COMIN& IN WHEEZIN& &A6P5, MOW FIND;, HIM5ELF FACE TO FACE WITH THE MONARCH OF TUNIC!! FOH "WINTEK AUTO SPECIALS" I'restuuc, Alcohol, Ilca'krt, De troslcru, Wlllr.r:] Hatlerits, LFF US PfiEPARE VOU WINTER i Hubbard Hciw. Co. AUTOMOTIVE DEFT, • Phono -176 Phoiw For Sale l c 'oi' Sale: Pine 3 year old PILIA'. Heal saddlo nnlinal. Phone 181. BOSTON DULL Puppies little teantles. Mis. W, IS. McCullongh, 2221 Curolyn Ave., Pride Addition. BARGAINS In Used Heaters. Hubbard tidw. Co. Underwood Typewriter and adding machine. Slcrnbere Cotton Company, Phone 24. 80 ktJ I'or Ivcnl Modern Three Boom furnished or unfurnished, p. Simon, Phone 704. HUNT—Jily home, nicely f|ii'- nlshed, live vooms, 'bntli, BHUIBI;. Key nt, ma \v, Kentucky Ave. ST011E" wllli nxliires, A Jiisf- BENCE comblncii. (i-10 Lake. Ur, J. A. Salllja. 24 MODERN !> rovu, PUUN1S1IKD 1301! Ol)lckusa\vb:i. cull 280 lo kit 3 loom KUKN1SJ1ED Al'AHT- MENT, 200 W. Kentucky, Mrs. Slsk. uc ktt BED ROOM, dose in. Men only. 310 W. Walnut. Mrs. n. B. Nolon. 20c kit TWO nicely PURNiSHEO BED- llOOMa. moderately prlccil. Mrs, E. A. lusher, 101 E, Davis. 24-pk-59 In fniully. Exwllcnt rceajiuiicDdu- llon/aeoiw Smith,-1703 Jlcarn SI i Kohlnsoii iiddllioii, O,,l,,r, . \ S}'»CSinCU • - ' -•-. $50 Reward HIV hiroimiillon loiuling to imvst mill' conviction of pinilea who smashed CJuiml's wlruknv Monday, Nov. la. J. L. a unit) unit V. K. Tomllnson, chlct Merelmnts Pn- <«!. H-ck-H Will quill QUILTSreasonably. Work ncntly done. Mrs. Leonard V. Holt, 3, Lilly St. 4o kit j. U>6ic- NO FURTHEH| : Here's uh it yon 'want—your own inisiniis n & yenv old Company to buck you —cnrnlhss $25 to $115 weekly iliul lug, Bividimlly building up. lioiik 1 of 10(W .fiiriii families nvnllnulc this secllnn. If you want lo imin- ngc It, linvo a mt, me uiulci 50 nnd over ai, write A. T. Lculs !% The, J, It. Wnlklns Memphis, Tonn. WAHM ROOM In modern, furnace heated home. Wen or business couple prcforrc'l. Phone 934 or :>•!. 7 C kit Piillly furnished APARTMENT with good healing-system. Phone 101 or 511. - .. HJ-c-k-23 l j ersoual NEGTlO family wanb to shnrccrop TO TlrrAXPAmS IN PAVING D1ST1UCTS NUM- BHU TU'O AND TIllMif) The Paving Tiix for 1031 Is now due nnd shonltl be pulil toon. Heretofore wo huve ten ui'rmlUrd to hold Ihc books open utmost, liidcftn- llely. This year, however, llio liuliciillons lire Hint wo will noL l)« pei'iniited lo do Mils, but (he delinquent list will Imvc lo lie inndo In (imo to tot Into the February term ol Coiu-U l^olny Is ilnnger- ous. C. J. EVRARD. TJ1K, CIlIUiASAWIiA TBIOT OK Ml SHI SSI I'PI COUN'IY, AUKANSA3. . D. malison, •/,. u. Harrison nd Jesso Taylor, Liquidating CommlUco In Chiu'Be of lllylhe- villo. RulldhiH & Lonn ,\ssoeln- (Ion; Dlyltiovlllc HulUlliiu «ml Loan Assoclallmi; \v. M. wil- llas, Ti'iBteo, riiilntllf.s , vs. i.ueln TI-IBB Olilen, nuteiidnnt WAIfNlNC, OHUEIt The (lefenclnnt,.Liielii Trig/ dll Iwi, b miriicd.lo nimcitr hi (he Chiinccry Court., for the Clilcka- .siiwbn DLilrtcl of Mississippi County, • Aikansiis, within thirty <l«yt and answer connilalnl ot the, ill tiffs Iwtviu. Witness my luinil n:; Clcik ol raid Court and the senl Ilicreof 0:1 tills the K diy of nTeSSljii, 1931 li L OA1NFS, Olelk J 10 11 Z\ \\AUMN(, OIIWIB , /•• W B Milk, Doshi Mick Alvln Wiiiukilkli Aikimis nuliotng .iml ^oin Ai uUallon Peipetiial Ullin Wiinilcillch and Ada Mick an mined lo iippcii m ,., t Chaucer/ Court for the Clilikasnv,ba Dl* MU of Mlsihslppl Count>, Ail- .1 ursas vvltlili) thicc momhi, ttom ' lute hueof lo nnsiui .1 con- ' )lnln(. Jltel ntntn-it (hem hy Unon Savings Diilldlng nnd I/jan'i Assocliitlon. IWteit tills Oeccinljcr 17, 1034. U 1, OASNES Clcil! f B} rilloft haltiln D ti Held, Evrnrd iSi Ilc'ndereon Attoincjb foi I'hliillff -w • I JOHN, N U (UP)- A 2d!) r3 11 old Aeullan Uii>foil>, helloed to lii tilt olilut In Cnnmlii, his ju^l bnii plnud on (\lilijiuon ,ij. Hit NC« ilnmsulck Museum lieie' lluny nnd nuXnnid tho folk v^as uwd b s oiilj lunch scHlcrs ,JE was loiind In llw tem of an alii Little liiook N n fnnnci IlCClltlty Is tllC only Item coslln,, leib now limn in , to u siiriej of J2 citjes Councr News '\Ynnt TIT KOH TAT! f P =RE - THASSA 3T BETTER. 1 TAKE Of f THAT CROWN, ) YOU MOOVIAN MUG! \ I'M TH 1 ONLY KING AROUND I THE&E PARTS! ~ ^ "" BOOTS A.NH HEft BimniF.S HKIA> WANTED'. VJel.L,COR^..,^^16VM G HT M. VJE.LU \N«E£U 1'tA JUST TIME T'HELP FINISH THIS JOB Bt& HELP BOOTS IS .GOING TO BVr VASH TUBES '.-THK SAFEST 1>|,ACE! SHOO! HiDWAPERS WOULDN'T \ /OKI PRWCE PHILBERT BACK FRIEND, IT WOULD BE VERV A~r-\ \TO HIS OWU COUMTPtV. 'AT'D- | | SMART IWDEED. - ' _-, BE DUMB. kANDELABRA-*] t « t^ /posmve^RWCE rx I kAUDELABRA. OR €l COMEOM. \T VVOMT TO SNEAK ACROSS''THE B -SHOT BORDER FOR A lOOX. £k-pON'f BLAME ISA MUCH-SAFER HlDlMQ P' A MORE LIKELV DUE. SALESMAN SAM SAM SLASHEfii .'EM! OUR. LAST CRACK «T 1 PICKfM' UP! 0UT P.S ., ... BLE.S, SPif^MY_y '.AS I PICK TUW6-S UP HQOJS PMieilAIF-??; RP=F=M / PEOPLE KlklCXlK j I GoTT<v HUMCH To F-EOJ • 'To CUT 1 UP OM sftU-.c- G-tT BUS/ RI&HT MOW' C-UT TV1& Taken Up Ui. blackfaccd Jersey S. Frank-.21 : pk-23, , SOYS, IU ORDER TO ^ SOtye-Tl-iis MYSTERY, J : v\ie NuST-qv •/ To WORK OUT A s/ WH *T Korive.'' j( DoY °' J ,J \ M6AM T^t - ---^~'r ^ V/ELL,IP A B&Y STEALS A PIE, FOR INSTANCE, MS USUAUUY HAS A MOTIVS.'HE'S EITHER HUfJGRY, M1SCH1EWUE, OR SIMPLY ADDICTED TO STEALING A CLBW?. THE PROBLEM THAT FA-^S US,TH6M, IS T& FINi? CXJT y,'HAT RCASON V/AS 8SHIWD ^^- .; THE SHOdflWG OF AN EK AND I UtJDERSTAWO THEFS VA5 A HUMORED THOUSAND DoiURS \VORTH OF ReSISTtRER Jjffll OWTHE TRAIW,.,.BUT THAT FROBABLy HAO KtoTHiffe ,T& DO WITH -THE SHOOTIK-G '' HUTTY "tfcU S*ULDMT REC A CLUS.IP IT SLAPP5D YOU I'M' THE PACE ' Tl^J CLUE BUT I KWOV/ABOUT MAIL.',' A j*^Sr $$ 1< ? .( (' fs~

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