The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 5, 1935 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1935 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A Citus CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally raw per Una for coasecu- ll»e Insertions: (Five average words to a line) One time per Hue ,.., ido Two times per luie per day .. 08.-. Three times per line per day .. Co'o 3ix times per line per day .. 05o Vfonth rale per Une ......... 60c • Minimum charge 50C Ads oraervo tor three or six tunes and stopped before explra- uon will be charged for the mim- oer of times the ad appeared aid »dusimem oi om inane. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside ol the city must be accompanied tiy cash- Hates may be easily computed from above table. No responsibility wll? bo taken (or more than one Incorrect insertion, oi aiiy classified aa. Aavertmuj ordered for utcgulai uisertlous take the one time rate. Real Estate Coal & Wood 1 Wanted To Buy lor Your Benefit PAGE FIVE Exclusive Agents for the, original genuine Montavallo Coal We also sell BrilliaiH, Ark. Anthracite, Illinois and Kentucky Coals, phone ¥11 WONDER CITY COAL CO. My Coal Is Blank but 1 Trent You While, Fill U[i Now JOHN BWIMNAN '. I'IIONI; 10; 3 ARKS BROS. COAL CO, PHONE 07V FOR "Hi-Lb Alabamu" "Energy Illinois" "15)ack Royal Kentucky" CLEAN COAU-LOW PEICED corroN • ri.AXTiNO si:ui) and white. Yellow or Mixed COKN aud §OY UKANS Bee Us For Best Prices Harold sici'hbcrg al STLK.MICRG COTTO.V CO. WARM HOOM In modem, furnace henlwl home. Men or business coiiplij iirctcmii). pliono 084 7c M Automotive pirces on Aiilo Accessories. Tires & Tubes, Guaranteed Batteries $3.75 exc., Auto Tops & Side Cwialns $1.50 up, Alcohol 75c Sjul.. Car Healers S1.50 up, Cylinder Headi, floor inaLs. Wolf Arian 128 E. Mali) St. Why Buy Coal From Us? 1—30 yearn In Business. 2—Quality ol coal handled. 3—Prompt service. 4—Courteous treatment. B—You' get aJl you pay for. "Quality Group" distributed by GAY * BIM.IVG8 f'hone 70 •W1STKK AUTO SPECIALS" Prestonc, Alcohol, Ilenlcrs, I)e- froileri, H'lllarJ l!at(erles. LET US PREPARE YOU FOR WINTER Hdw. Co. AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Phone ¥16 Phone FOR KENT 260 ACRES OPEN LAND 3>.i miles 'west; ot Osceola. Hard roads on 'both skies. Sec Jesse Webb, Hotel Noble. l-c-k-B • For Sale . FARM—Bargain Mississippi cotm- ly (southeast Missouri) 320 acres Euhdy' loaiii 3 miles wesL Charleston on U. S. Highway CO at, junction of 55. Good house und barn; fair tenant house. Price $8500 Ivl cash, balance. . teuns. Other larger and smaller farms. Recce B. Qnicely. Oharlcslon, Mo. . FOR SALE OR TRADE • 1 acre, nice cottage on gravel road I mile from Blytheville. Will take ill small cotlaiio on part payment. Thomas Land Co, FOR SALE! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON Caruthersville, Mo. FOR QUICK. 6ALIS W) acres with 50 .acres in culliva- iion, black sand loam soil, well drained, 'cue small house and small barn, .3~t.-inilc of ..good -store and postpffice, 8 moiiliui higli sciipbX" cotton gin and three hundied yards of 'gravel highway, makes bale and better per acre each year Price $30 per acre cash This is worth much more money, owner leaving country. W, M, Bums Agency Phones 2-13 ami ."212 Shoe Repairing W. J.KNOX Having made oil Kinds of shoes . for ABNORMAL feet,'can repaii shoes to correct ABNORMAL feev 32 years in me :shoc .,,,.,. = business; when others fail, try Si Simon P. Lee, 111 So. R. R! St. Progressive Shoe Shop WE THANK YOU! lor your 193-1 patronaBo and hope to serve you in 1935. 104 S. 2nd Street You have iried the rest Nov; buy the BEST Coal & Feed Phone 127 Farmer's Cash Feed and Seed Co. Joseph W. Farter, Prop. WE CAN'T SELL ALL THE COAL SO WE JUST SELL THE BEST PHONE—100—PHONE E. C. .Robinson Lbr. Co. See Us Apoul Your Coal Blytheville Gin Co. "Radiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" CALL 2H POH BATTERY SERVfCE Ben Clime 203 W. Ash- Phono U. For 1WO nicely FURNISHED BEDROOMS, moderately priced. Mrs. E. A. l"p!icr, 101 B, Uqvls. M-pk-39 Small FURNISHED newly doconitcd. water (urnishcd. I'mn Phono 383 or 454. nparlmcnt, LiBhls und o. Douglns 3-ck-U Two Hnnishcd Ucd liooins, 1017 Walnut. Phone KB. Modern Tlnee rtuom it|,arlmeiu, itu-nlshcd or unfurnished. P. Simon, phono t<j{. c i(|f Hoom Nicely FUfiNlgHliD APARTA1ENT. frigidalre, No children. 505 \V. Mnin. l-p-k-B HonscUec|>luij rooms, Isoi aud cold water and bath. 1M W. Ash C. L. Fi'ceniiui. a-c-k-0 3 room FURN1BHKD APARTMENT, 200 W. Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk, . ; 'J Room APAHTMENT, nicely dir- nislucl. Phone 488. aie kll Partly furnished APARTMENT willi good heating system. Phone '01 or 571. iGc kl-16 Comfortable ROOM with bath, 105 N. Broadway. Call '.J93-J. 23o kit IDOIU .I'DIINISHED . d\U' 280. ^o kfl Found 00 Hi, tuck of POTATOES Tlmrs- day mmuhnj. Owner may linvo finmt by i-nllins (ISO J tor Ulcntlll- calion nnil iwyiiij; for ml. Wanted To KenT" Today's Markets w Orleans Cotton NliW OK L KANfT, Jivn. 4 (Ul 1 ) — Tlw cotton market lost about, half u dollar it Imlc lodny due \u llquldnllon In sympathy with easier foreign markets und disappointment ovi'r Preslctenl Itoosc- vfll's dny. Small PUKNmilieu tooil rcsidentiiil U0«. - in i. ; Call 2-|)-k-5 GOOD !>I,\NO by reliiiblq person Phone 991-w. M. Kent, 3('4 \V Main. In kD u nilHlun !n made Inlo u slnnlc coin, It wo.uld \VC!(jh I7U5 |)01IIJ(l5. NiiHvo wonu!|i of Curacao, off Jan Mai- May ... ,Jul UIR Venezuelun coast, use the | Oct ocenn as (lie family washint; till) .and h;)ns ihclr clolhra on veef May Jul Oci Dee lo concrc.w <i|ion hluli low close 12-1S 12-15 l',H5 12-121) 12G7 1M7 !'«!) 1259 Wi 12V3 I2U7 \WI 1278 1278 1200 1MJU 1MI I'.'UI I2S5 IMS 1205 I2US 12U1 1'iOl . Spols eloscil steady at 1279, ott New York Cotton YORK, Jun. n iui')-c«t Ion ^lused liari'Iy tleaUy. open high low close .. 125-1 125-1 1MO .. 12ti.l iaii5 Iffili 1255 .. 1271 1211 i2(J1 IMJ'l . ia7li l-JID 12C7 12G7 .. I25» 12U1 1255 1261! :. 12C5 12CO 12G5 I'JC'JI) closed qiiicl nt 12V5, off Closing Stock Prices NEW Y01IK, Jun. 5. (UW- Slocks w«v« dull In Uw'elwl SM- iilon lodny willi |>rli:i:s Irregular In n narrow runu'o, nest ualns wno made by iiiercimlilc Issdus. An loin oblles Issues were ncll™ and Him. A, T. unil T 105 1-2 rtimcuwla Coppi'i 1 12 Helli. Steel a;t Chrysler -iu 1-1 Cllle-s Service i a-8 Coca coin If/-! 1-2 Gen, Am. TunK J7 3-0 Cieil. Klt'tlrla a? 1-2 Gen. Mulors 31 Hit. Hnvvcslw 43 1-8 Monlsjome'-y Wind '^9 ;t--l N» Y ; Cl'ulrnl 21 I'licknvU 5 3-1 Phillips I'd is 6-g K"' 11 " S 3-8 St. L.-S. !•• i 7-8 Hlnmions uwis |o Hlunilurd of N. J \3 (-2 u. 5. SmeltliiB 122 U. S. Steel 39 2011 lie f 1-2 Chicago Wheat open high low tlo.su Mtiy 99 3-8 100 3-4 83 1-1 JOO 6,3 •Inly 03 04 02 3-4 93 7-8 Chicago Corn open high low close Mny 89 l-s SO 1-2 (jo jjg 3.1) Ully 81 1-2 85 7-8 84 3-8 85 3-4 IN Till! CHANCEttY COUR7 FOB THE CIHCKASAWJ3A DISTRICT O F MISSISSIPPI COUNTS ARKANSAS. : Albert J. Slleeeiiieyci-, 1'latntiir, Vi>. Savannli umgluy Arnold, ct a!., Defendants. WAKNINCi OHDEll 'I'lio defendants, Jvinry H. Klc.s- ler, Lucy Kleslec, Dorothy Kiesler Riisliiiiorc. w. L.. Hiislimore, Marie Ktc.-ilcr, T.. J, Kteslcr, Olive Kiesler. RiiKCiie Klcslci-, HcnrlcUa Klcslcr >nd K. I'. Klcslcr, me. viitt-ncil lo nppcar In Ihls Court wilhln Uirea months, lo iinsuer lire complaint of Ihe plalnllir. ' WITNESS my Imiid as Clerk of said Court und Ihe seul thereof this 15th diiy of December, 1934. H. L. GAINES, Clerk. 15-22-20-5 Business Directory FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOF, SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. Gobb Undertaking Co., Inc • '• " SERVICE V QUALITY 1 AMBULANCE . Thonc 2C COPI'EK WEATHER STKlP Saves fuel at small cost Arkmo Lumber Co. LET US DO YOUR WKLOINp AND MACHINE WOltK BOILER - DRAGLINE TRAILER REPAIRING . We Carry A Full Line ol Shafting I'HONti 808 BLYTHEVILLB MACHINE WORKS Operated by K. I'. Kigcr Kuy race losing out Enure siocKot BOOTS j >l PRESENT WHOLESALE Prices | Hubbard Hdw. Co. ARK-MO LUMIiEli CO. PHONE 40 Personal rqr hUormation leading to arrest and conviction of 'yarliis who smashed Guard's window Monday Nov. 12. J. I,.. Guard .and V. E! Tomllnson, chief Merchants Pa- tro !- _ ' M-ck-H NEGRO family \vanls to .shaiecrop next year. TKO men and woman in family. Excellent recommendation. George Smith, 1700 Jflcarn St., Robinson addition ' BATTERIES RECHARGED 75c GU/VRAOTKED Ejfartcr & Generator Service Used Auto I'arls Cheap Phone 308—Road Service Harper Auto Electric. •Service This ad is worth 25c on buttery service >.', mile from Gateway store on Higliwuy 18. ]'( r.r ul - - --I-.-..". V v«. ~»u Mining Co., N. Hlway Of & Cotton '1-c-k-B • ------ - — — • — _ Vill rwi!t QUILTS reasonably. Eclt ' Work ncntly done. Mi-s, Leonaro ..„„- - : ---v - Holt, S. Lilly si. ' 4c kt! 5lfl<0 c( '" lL y "- 111 'Ml PLYMOUTH ~ . -- HIX COACH, r. B. Cumbcriiind. Lost ,, — --- -- : _ I BOSTON -BULL Puppies little $10 RbWAHD lor relum or nian'b beauties. Mrs. \y. E. McCulIoiigh, Dive ; wrap around Capix, overcoul, r 221 ^ scarf, glove?, ar cy stetson hat and I keys. Taken by mistake at Armory Dance, Tuesday )ligl)t . Al)ply ./, C , Courier News. Blue Stetson-HAT, size 0 3-d from Mcado Clothing Co., at country club.dance Monday night. J. Ernest Hasson, Phone 427. 3-ck-s Position Wanted Will do STENOGRAPHIO work Bt uteht. Reasoixable .tites. Call 306 BARGAINS . In Used Heaters, Hubbard' Hdw. Co. Underwood IVpcwritcr''and' adding machine. Sternbcrg Cotton Company, Phone 24. 81; kit Help WmUed _ . ...-._._ wanl$ job 'oi Ciiii yon innfce & three Idler words cooking and general cleanlm; or llsll| S U'c loiters. In the word weekly .washings. Good TOOIII- "PARAMOUNT 1 ? Hush your an- inendatlons. Apply at rear of ,ipi'Stter lo Paramount ProducUs, Inc., N.'Slh St.- , .'juaiil.. V, ues Moiucs, loA'a, onrf —— ——:—. iuu will B ct oppoituuily tu win Wanted ^^ "- — —— . i Ladies, copy names, CLEAN WHITE RAGS, free ] "*" ovdcr ni1 " 6 - Good m- no canvas.i- Of buttons. 5e per pound" ! wric " c = """Mrany, No overalls waiifpil r,,, .;m lllg ' Wrltc; 5fa '"Pcd ciiveioiie, r\.o oveidiis \\anteil. Conner united Advcriisiiig, uu DeKalb clii Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. prongs und cactus plant.';. UN'HXi'KCTICl) COMPANY! THAT WART-SNOZZLeD TOAD/ .HETf|EO r BRAI.N ME,&Y SHAKING / Y'AINT MAO AT FUU.A WAU6OES/ XER LITTLE FJAW POWN OW MV > /——/ SHAKER-OUfA HEAP-VMX K-, ARE. VA.TUNK •OL'BOVV £oW,wHA-r?yoi> ( eur.VER MAJESTY, . UP AHEAD ADVANCE GUARD REPOR1S ' HMM -THAT. DEPENDS •' HOW MANY MUGS INTH PARTY? - AINT _ ,..,_,_,.,. ,, w ^.._^, ACTUALLY CAUGHT A GLIMPSC OFfyvo OP 'EM-A BI&. UGLY LOOXIM' GUY AM' A &IRL! {WITH TH'ADVAWCC >TH'.P(?e6ENCFOf A PARTY [•GUARD / WHATCHA OIRECTLV IN TH' PATH OF , BEUGRW V TM' COLUMW.' WHAT'LL BOOTS AND HEIt BUDDIES REAL FOLKS, WHO SA\ WOT VOOT fHGV &^ ..... 'CEPT TI-V. MMIAMM v WOULDN'T VMITH AMVONE (H CA-L'VU' WORLD HE,...i. GEE! \ CKtHiwt-)0\ORE PUH.JU5' DOIM'MOTHIN',lHftN MONA, WITH ^L HER DIW^QMDS AND HAD IM HER UF6 IS DECCWT, l-V RHAV WASH"TUKHS HOW MAMYO'THEM> /BUT HOW-.WE etlKlMA "WELL,THERE'S OHLV V GOOD.' I'LL TAKE "— ' ' • ~~" AMD WHEM THIS SEMTRV COMES ex— BUST OUTA HERE^ EA5V? WOU SEE OUT IN THE SEE VHZ.I THIS DUMP 1 ^ " fci=T rnnDT'/ARn? ALIVE WITH SOJERS. CO 1835 BY NEASEtyiCE, INC/T. ^REn.J/s^xr.nr^ }$( SALESMAN'SAM' -/ou COLOR, bUfJO? RUSHED THP.T ortnep. OF&R.OC'RIES STAKUS KXCIJSK! WeuLj-OlftTS )W(=LL, I'M HUH! TUPTTS out', 1 CAU'T r>.PFOR.o To <SWE -if< e\ Raise IfT TH' PfieseW ^r.=r>"^- v.'«'A To tRS. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FRECKLKS' liXl'LANATION! Blosact HT>' SHEU'.S { , WO..SOMSOS fl /.ijppur s so'jHo TO inr .),': or? ~ns CHJTt'S C BABS3. 1 GREAT GUMS. 1 Look. 1 HAS BEcM SHCT POOR TIIJ ...AMP THE BULLETS RANGED UPV/ACDS '/ SIMPLY v/£'m ym«i P;O YOU y - ! ° ! '™*> <5?»5 STORE, DCVWIAW /BOUGHT A BOX OK u« TlfEMl SHWELEp T^E )NTt> TVs FREB-X V/mi /O!UBi?E BIFLE SU-16T5' DUI-1PE& 'IHS IWTO THE: CCAL DID WEH HE V/AS SHOT. 1 THE HEAT FROM "WE V-IRE EXPUO- I>E(J TME SHELLS VdllLS THE FIREBOX tx>or< VW5 1- iH^^c SOLUtlOH 11 For Sale-Model T Truck in yoixl (-J \^'^- - condllion. Superior Coal and Avc,, i'ride Addition. 15-p-k-l-15

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