The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1935 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 7, 1935
Page 5
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MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1935 BLYTIIEVILLE (ABK.) COUB1ER NEWS mcd Pen, Mu,t bo « S on a blc Phone 30(1 between 12 mid 12:30 Tuesday. rooms FURNISHED apartment. ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rare ]<cr line for coiisccu- live Insertions: (Five average words to a line) Ono tlmo per line lOc Two times per line per day .. 0!k Three times per line per day .. Ua Six times per Una per day .. 05c Uontli raia per Une ffflo Minimum charge 500 Ads oratrea Jor tnrec or Bin times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of limes t!ie ad appeared and adustment ol oiu mane. All Classinea Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside ot the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. No responsicility wUJ be taKc (or more than one Incorrect In' sertlou of any classified ad. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions take tho cue time rale, Real Estate FOR RENT 200 ACRES OPEN LAND 3!i miles west of Osceola. . Hard roads on both sides. See Jesse Webb, Hotel Nofe. 4-c-k-8 For Sale FARM—Bargain Mississippi County (southeast Missouri) 320 neves sandy loam 3 miles west Charleston on U. S. Highway SO at junction of 55. Good house and barn; fair tenant house. Price $8500 1-4 cash, balance terms. Other larger and smaller farms. Re«ce B. Glllooly, Charleston, Mo. FOR SALE OR TRADE . 1 acre, nice cottage on gravel road 1 mile from Biytheville. Will take In small cottage on part payment. THomas Land Co. FARMS FOR SALE! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON Caruthersville, Mo. FOR QUICK HALE 61) acres will] 50 acres in cultivation, black sand loam soil, \vel drained, one small : houso and small barn, 3-4" mite of good store - and postoffice.'-a months-high- school coHon 'gin and three hundred yards of gravel highway," makes bale and better per acre each year, Price "$30 acre cash This is worth much more money, owner leaving country. W. M. Burns'Agency Phones 243 and 212 Automotive ' FOR QUICK SALE—A bargain ... a late 1933 FORD V-8 U5 TON' TRUCK, with 1934 truck .features. Looks and runs like new. Only 5385, with S150 down and balance to suit. Phone 813 today. R. G Casii. FOR SALE—if y 1034 FORD~V^8 TUDOR, only 16,000 miles. With j RADIO and HEATER. Rnn s perfectly. Looks like new. Your old car or 5145 will cover Down P.iy- incnt, balance on easy monthly or fall payments. Phone 813 today. R, G. Cash. Exclusive Agents for the .original genuine Montavalto Coal We also sell Brilliant, Ark. Anthracite, Illinois and Kentucky Coals. Phone 417 WONDER CITY COAL CO. 3 ROOMS fiiniishcd or nnfumlsh- cd. Mrs. Division. My Co;il Is lil.-ick Hut I Treat 1'oii While, Fill Up Now JOHN BUCHANAN - HI ONE J07 PARKS BROS. COAL CO. I'HONE 977 FOR, "Hi-Lo Alabama" "Energy Illinois" "IJlack Hoyal Kentucky" CLEAN COAL—LOW PKICED 200 W. 'Kentucky. Call H«. fl-ck-lf Linsman, Willow WARM ROOM In modem, furnace heated home. Men or business coupJe preferred. Phone S8-1 2*. 1c kU Small FURNISHED apartment, newly decorated. Lights njid water furnished. Frank c. Douglas. Phone 383 or 454. 3-ck-lf Why Buy Coal From Us? I 1—30 years In business. 2—Quality of con! handled. 3—Prompt service. 4—Courteous treatment. 5—You get all you pay for. "Quality 'Group" distributed by GAY 4 BItLINGS Phone 1C 3 Room APARTMENT, nicely furnished. Phone 460. ' 3lc klf Partly furnished APARTMENT with good heating system. Phone 197 or 571. ICc kl-lU Comfortable ROOM with bath, 405 N. Broadway, Call 2D3-J. 290 klf You have tried the rest Now buy (lie UEST Goal & Feed TWO nicely FURNISHED BBD- ROO?J.5. aiatlcrntclv priced. Afr«. A. l-'ishcr. 101 E. Davis. 24-i>k-2U Phone 127 Farmer's Cash Feed and Seed Co. Joseph W. Parker, Prop. WE CAN'T BELL ALL. THE COAL SO WE JUST SELL THE BEST PHONE—100—PHONE E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Sec Us About Your Coal Biytheville Gin Co. "Radiant Alabama" "Premium Kentucky" ; CAUV 2H Business Directory RITE PRICE GROCERY BUY GKOCEHIES RIGHT A COMPLETE LINE OP FANCY &" STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS,' VEGETABLES, PRO DUCE, FLOUR, MEAL, ETC. In OJd P. O. Bldg. Phone 234 - - We Deliver - FREEMAN & WHEAT painting and Paperhanging .. Auto Painting - . Furniture Reflnlshing - All Work Guaranteed. Phone ,749 for Estimates AUTOMOBILE FOE SALE — Almost New 1934 FORD V-8 FOR- OOR SEDAN. Clean as n pin; per- ect in every way. $250 less thai, price of new car. Only $155 down or your old car for first payment; Balance on ciisy terms. See nie coday. n. O. Cash. Phone 813. FOR BEAUTIFUL, FLOORS RENT OUR FLOOD SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. Spcctal puces on AU(O Accessories Tires & Tutes, Guaranteed Batteries S3.75, Auto Tops & Side Curtains $1.50 up, Alcohol 75c gal. Car Heaters $1.50 up, Cylindci Heads, floor mats. Wolf Arian 12« E. Main St. "WINTER.- AUTO SPECIALS" rreslone, Alcohol, Heaters, Defrosters, WillarJ Batteries. LET US PREPARE YOU -FOR WINTER.' Hubbard Hdvv. C6. AUTOMOTIVE DEP'Jt 1 . •!7B Phone FOR BATl'ERY SERVICE Ben Clune _ 203 W. Ash— r Phone 8. Personal $50 Reward Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Phone 20 GOITER WEATHER STKlP Saves fuel at small cost Aikmo Lumber Co. LET US DO YOUR WELDING AND MACHINE WORK BOILER - DRAGLINE TRAILER REPAIRING We Carry A I^ll Line of Shalting TIIONK 808 IHA'THEVIU,E MACHINE WORKS Operated, by Fi. F. Kijcr I!oy race Closing Out Entire stock of BOOTS At PRESENT WHOLESALE Prices Hubbard Hdw. Co. AUTO GLASS ARK-MO LUMBER CO. PHONE 40 l-'or Information leading io BrrMl and conviction of pavtlcs who smashed Guard's window Monday. iv'ov, 12. J. L. Guard and V E Tomlinson, Cinet Merchants 'pa^ __ H-ck-H KEGRO family wants to sharccrop next year. T\vo men and woman In family. Excellent recommendation. George Smith, noo Jlcarn st Hobinson addition. BATTERIES RECI1AHGED 75C OUARANTEED Starter fc Oeiicrator Scn'lce Used Auto Parts Cheap Phone 308—Road Service Harper Auto Electric Service i Mile from Gateway store on Highway 18. This ad is worth 25c 0:1 battery , service. VIII riuiH QUILTS reasonably Woik neatly done. Mrs. Leonard' ^ Holt, S. Lilly Ht. .ic k ij Salesmen Wauled ' YOU NEED work nnd we need yo^I IK you are ambitious, over al own a car, nnd will be satisfied' with $25 wecklv earnings to start, bossing yourself in YOUR OWN Watklns business. We nuance responsible men. Write for neatest, locality and full details to A T Lewis, % the J. R. Watkins Company, Memphis, Tenn. Found Uiinch o! KEYS, si. car keys. In black holder nt basketball game iday night at nvinol'y.' Owner may' have same uy Wcnlifying at Courier News oflce anrt myinc [or (his ad. MODERN 6 roon, FURNISHED oust, 130G Chlckasawba. Call 280 7o ktf furnished or unfurnished. F.' Si mon, Phone Y(M. Room Nicely APARTMENT, cklt FURNISHED comtllton. supei'ior Conl nnd Mining Co., N. lllway 01 & Cotton , . children. 605 W.'Mtitu. l-p-k-8 Sale $MQ eqully on 1934 I'^YMOUTH SIX COACH. P. n. Cumberland, 1013 Walnut, 3-p-k-T A REAL. 11AHGAIN—1932 CHEVROLET 4-Door SEDAN for only $295. A-l condition and appearance. Ideal family cur. $95 down with balance weekly, monthly or part ou fall 'terms. Phone 813. Joe Siianks. BOSTON BULL Puppies little oeautlcs. Mrs. W. E. McCullough, 2231 Carolyn Ave,, l>ildc Addition. WILL SELL AT BARGAIN—My 1931 CHEVROLET MASTER SIX COACH. Low mileage; class uppeiirancc and condition. $100 or your old car for down payment. fall 01 Phono carry part of Vjnluncc until 813. balance today. Joe monthly. Shanks. BARGAINS In Used Heaters. HubbarcLHclw. Co. Underwood TyiuwrHor anil adding mnchlno. Btcrnbcre Cotton Company, Phono 24. 80 ktf 3'J years in (ho Shoo Repairing business; when others fall, try 61. Simon P. Lee, 111 so. H. n. st. Position Wanted Will do KTENormAPIHO work at nlcht. Reasonable rsiles. Call S0« Wauled To Buy COTTON WANTING SEKI) and While. Yellow or Mixed COltN an* SOV MEANS See Us For Ucst Prices Harold Stcrnfjerg al STEHNIUmC COTTON CO. Shoo Repairing W. J. KNOX Having modo all kinds o( shoes for ABNORMAL feet, can repair shoes to correct ADNOBMAl, fees. Progressive Shoe Shop WE THANK YOU I For your 1034 pntronngo and hope lo serve • you In 1035. 101 S. 2nd Street Will Trade WANTED TO THAUB-I need a Good 1030 or 1031 I'OKD or CHEVROLET COACH or SEDAN. Will pay fair price for same on my 1933 Chevrolet Spcclitl 4-Uoor Hcdnn. Will accept balance on nny itmltlc. basis, f'liuno Charley Graves, BABY CHICKS AH, VARIETIES Hutching Dono for Ihc PuWlc MAKILYN ll.VrcllHiY Blylhevllle, Ark. llntchcry Code No. 80 WAKNIMS OUDKR W. S. Mick; Doshn Mick; Alvln iVuiiderllcli; Arkansas mitldmn and Loan "Association, Perpetual; Lll- )l.iii Wiiiiderllch nml Ada Mick are warned lo appear In mo chancery Court for the Chlckasiuvlm. District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within three months from ilnlo hereof, to answer n coin- Plnhit tiled against lliem by Union Savings Building and Loim Asocial Ion. Dated this December 17, 103-1. R. U OAINES, Clerk. Uy Elliott Sarluln, U, C. Held, Evrard & Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Family Has 51) Viilrs WAYNE. Kiln. tUP)~l'olHlclans In dronl township have been tipped oil to i;ot acquainted with the Campbells before seeking of- Tho family form u bloc of Jallcil 55th Time' HOUSTON, Tex. (VP)-For Titus Scolt, 30-year-old Kcgro, 'full is "homo." Ho was recently locked up "for' the 55th'lime. " *iTod5ay's Alinaitaci Revolutionary c^n- eral,tom« lT$9=nrst United States presidential election held- l$00 : Millard Fillmore, itor write tte Wanted CLIiAN WHITfi RAGS, free' of buflons. 6c per pound.) No overalls wanted Courier' News. • h' A'SIJKPRISE ItKUNlON ! / sues Feet. FEZ 7H£ POOKPUHKS, THIS BtMCHOF SHEAKIN' HYENAS fee our TO CAPTURE, NOW '/ (VOfJOER WHO HEY, YOUR MAJESPC,WE cor 'EM ! IT TURNED OUT T'BE \ PARTY Or OUR OWN PEOPLE,WirH A KENECAOE : MY LITTLE . , WOOTl£TOOT.'/t?r a MOOVIAN AM'ONE ©ins B<K'EASERVICE,me. T.M.'REO.u.s HOOTS AND ilER BUDDIES DOPING Ml.ALL OUT! : VhA CRATX ... BUT I'VE BEEN POW UTT OF. TV«NV<IN' S\MCE I'yE 66EM HOME I HOW MOMA ftU' HER'taND LW6 SURE ewe ME A MEW SLAMT ON WOT ITS ALL A.8OUT i KNOW ONE THIN&....I.,DOM'T WAMNA 69 LIKE HER.'. ..,.! LIKE A GOOD TIM6 A! WELL AS ANYONE, 6UT JUS 1 TtVSAME, WANNA AMOUNT TO SOMBTH1M' WOO THIM&S....WORTH WHILG THINOS...AN VM &OWNA, TOO. ; j r—— ^ WASH TURKS A THUD, THE SEE WHAT HAPPEklEP. QUICK, PODNER. WEtL NEED COAST IS CLEAR. Hey, FRITZ, vot's DER .METTER2 THEIR UWIFORMS. I'LL TOSS 'en " ' IS SET FOR THE GETAWAY, VVHEM A IM THE WINDOW, AND YOU SALESMAN SAM DID vou TAKE. THOSE E&C-S O\JERTo MI? Cf»CKLS.S HOUSE ooTTe SAM'S CONSI1>E«ATB THAT WAY! u i I WHY /DROPPED TH 1 THREE ) BOXES TfilPS^ ' RROKe. THE T&LK p-raour, TOO! i RECKLES AND HIS •FR'IENns A STONE AVALL! bu THIVK OF SOMEONE WHO MIGHT HAVE V/AHTEO YOU OUT OF THE WAY ? AN ENEMY, FOR IWGTAK1CE t HAVE KkJ EWEMIF£S; t LIVE QUIETLY, WTH WIFE AND CHILDREN, ANO ALWAYS MIKID "MY.OWM BUSINESS II MY HOURS ARE BAD ! j FROM OKIE DAY TO THE *&& NEXT WHAT MY .RUM WILL BE .'.' FINDIN'G HOW THE CRIME WAS : .COMMITTED WAS ONE THING BUT ; FINDIWG A MOTIVE IS SPMETHMS T G£T T /WS ELSE AGAIN.,,.fTS:NO " PtACE VERY

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