The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1935 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 9, 1935
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W1CDNESDAV, JANUARY 9, 1935 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)'. COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE ROOM'vftu ball)! N. Droadwriy, Call Sy3-J. ;' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally ra(e per line for cbnsccu- Hvc Insertions: (Five average ^yords to a lino) One time per line loo Tira times per line per day .. |08c Three times per lino per dny .. 08c Six times |x>r line per day .. 05c Month rate per line tide Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three- or six limes and stopped before expiration will fcc' charged for (lie number of times the ad 'appeared and adjustment, of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing oul- sidc ot the city must'be accompanied by cash. Rates may easily computed from above table. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect in £crtion of any classified ad. 'Advertising' ordered for irregulaj Intertiohb take the one time rate. Real Estate FOR SALE Nice COTTAGE, 2 corner Exclusive Agents lor lite original genuine Montavallo Coal We also sell'Brilliant, Ark. Anthracite, Illinois and Kentucky Coals. Phone 477 WONDER CITY COAL CO. My Coal Is Black But I Treat You \VJiilc, Fill' Up NOH FOR QUICK SAL&-A bargain ill a late 1C33 FORD V-8 Hi TON TRUCK, wi(h' 1934 truck features. Looks 'nmi- runs like new. Only 5385, -with $160 rtowu and balance to suit, Phone 813 today. H. O, Cash. For Sale-Model T Truck in good condition. Superior Coal and JOHN BUCHANAN - VIIONE 101; Belt: Mining Co., N. Hlway til & Cotton 4c kll YOU :IAVE TRIED THE REST, NOW BUY THE BEST FAMOUS MAKNE KED ASH COAL Once You Try It, You Will Always Buy It, Buy Corno High Quality Feeds II Pays To Feed llio Best We Buy Corn & Soy Beans PHONE 127 Fanners Cash Feed & Seed Co. W." PARKER, Prop. BOSTON BULL Puppies, little beauties. Mrs. W. E. McCullough, 2221 Carolyn Ave., 1'rlde Addition. ' 15-p-k-l-15 WILL SELL AT BARGAIN—My 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER SIX COACH. Low mileage; first class j appearance and condition. $160 or your old car for down payment. jWill carry part of balance until fall or nil of balance monthly. Phono me todav. Joe Shanks. No. 813. J. gravel street. Taxes very little. Price. $550. ,.5100 Cash, $10 Monthly Thomas Land Co. We Can't Sell All me Coal.' So We Just Sell the Best. St. Benard, 1,000 Lbs $3.50 Black'Diamond, 1,000 Lbs. .. ?3.75 Sahara, 1,000 Lbs. .' 54.00 Acton Red Asli, 1,000 Lbs. .. 55.00 IOtS Oil TMlnnn inn For Sale FARM—Bargain Mississippi County (southeast Missouri) 320 acres sandy loam 3 miles west Charleston on u. s. Highway 60 at junction of 55. Good house and barn; fair' tenant house. Price $8500 1-4 cash, balance terriis: Other larger and smaller farms. Reece B. Gillooly, Charleston, Mp : . "'• FOR SALE" ' 40 ACRES on" gravel "roniV near Blythevillc. NICE 'HOME/ ' Price '53,600, Terms Possession at once. Thomas Land' Co. PARKS BROS. COAL CO. PHONE 077 FOB - "Hi-Lo Alabama" "Energy Illinois" "Black Royal Kentucky" CLEAN COAL—LOW PRICED FARMS FOR SALE! Terms Reasonable ETHEL B. THOMPSON Caruthersv;!!'!, Mo. . • FOR SALE , 6 room -stucco BUNGALOW, with 3 .bedrooms and bath. $1,500—Small cosh payment, Balance easy terms Thoifias Land Co. FOR; QUICKC SALE 60 acres with 50 acres in cultivation, black sand lo'anv soil, well drained, one small House and small barn, 3-4 miJe of good store and postoffice, & months high'•• school, cotton gin and three hundred yards ol gravel highway, makes bale and better per acre each year. Price $30 icr acre casli .. • This -is worth 'hiuch more money, owner leaving: country.- •< • .: W. M. Burns Agency Phones 243 and 212 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE" BRICK STORE at 'Monctfe, Ark. Value $1,600. Trade Tor cottage here. Thomas Land Co ' Automotive FOR SALE—My ' 1934"'FORD'V-8 TUDOR; only IgioOO miles. With RADIO and HEATER. Runs perfectly. Looks like new. 'Your old car or $145 will cover Down Payment, balance on easy inonthls or fall payments. Phono 813 today R. G. Cash. "WINTER AUTO SPECIALS' rrcstonc, Alcohol, Heaters, Defrosters, Willari Batteries LET US PREPARE YOU FOR WINTER Hubbard Hdw. Co. - ' AUTOMOTIVE DEPT. Phone «6 Phone Phone 100 E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. CH E A P — 50 circulators x nnd Straight Healers. Other second hand furniture. DOCK DAVIS - - WO E. Main MODERN 5 room FURNISHED house, 13C8 Chlckasnwbii. Call 280. ' . ;' 70 "ktf APARTMEN T. iindn nlshe'd'," 4 rooms nnd bnth. Telephone 327, 3 rooms FURNISHED lijrarlinciil,' 209 W. Kentucky, Call 146.' ' 6-ck-tf 3 ROOMS furnished or linfurnkh- ed. Mrs. Llnsmai), willow & Division. 7-ck-ll WARM ROOM In modern, Jur- nace Iicatcd home. Men or ii(s- Iness couple preferred. Phono 08* or 24, 70'• kll Partly furnished APARTMENT with good heating system, phone 107 or 571. iQo kl-16 TWO nicely FURNISHED BEDROOMS, moderately priced. Mrs. E. A. F*s!ier, 101 B, Davis. 24-j>k-2fl Modern Three Room apartment, furnished or urifurnlslicd. p. 81- nion, piione 764. Position Wanted Will (to STENOGRAPHIC work at nl'Rhi. Reasonable rates. Call 3H or 733, Wanted WANTED TO TRAI3B-I' i, CM l tt Ooort 1938 or 1031 FORD or PJJEVROLBT COACH or SEDAN. Will pay fair price for same on ny teas Chevrolet- SjMClul 4-Door Sedan. Will accept balance on «ny reiisoiuiblc basis. Phone 813. Ask for Charley Graves. CLEAN WHITR HAGS, JYCo of buttons. 61; per potind. No overalls \vnntcd. Courier News. dh SERVANT ROOM near Chlckasnwbu. Phone 25GW. 1100 All kinds of CHILDREN'S SEWING. Mrs. L. N. Mathls, 025 W. Main, 8c klO Wiiuted To Buy COTTON 1'LANTING SKEI) and White, Yellow or Mixed CORN and SOV BEANS Sec Us For Best Priced Harold Stcrnberg at . STt«NBEB(J COTTON CO. Eggs, Poultry BABY CHICKS ALL VARIETIES Hatching Done for Ihe I'nbilc MARILYN IIATCHCKV Blythcvlllo, Ark. Hatchery Code No. BO Personal Vlll quilt QUILTS reasonably. Work neatly done. Mrs. Leonard V. Holt, S. Lilly St. in' kll $50 Reward For Information lending to urrest and conviction IMutlcs 'who . . , to, shaiterop . ycfi'. T\yp men'and woman lit family. Esccljcjit 'i'c'con)l]i?nda- tlon. George fimltlv 1709 H«arn St,,' Robinson nddlllon. , I Found Uimch of KEYS, 3_ cur keys, In btnck holder at biukclbnH'eiunc Mdny ulglil nt- armory. Owner liny hare wuio liy Identifying at Courier News oflcc ami paying for Ills iid. Woman's Coats, Stored in Garbage Can, ^re Burned CLEVELAND) (UP)— two cily employes walked away will the wrong garbage can, city council has a bill of $450 on Its hands The claim came from Mrs. Bessie Miller, who bought a now garbage cnn as n storage receptacle for her imiskrut rur coat ami cloth com wllh , fur Irlmmlng. While her husband slept, her attorney charges, two BWbntG collectors come onto tho porch and carried away tlio can conUilulny Incinerator, Texas'Cqllefe Students Coin Some New Words TOUT xVORTlf Te>c (UP)—First year students at Texa* Christian University here liavc added sotm new slants on uoul meanings One student, Impressed will! th3 sclibol . song nt a football game, wrote; "And \ ve all stood nnd sang llio Avinnda. 1 A weary freshman uenucii this one; "I was so Urcd 1 went to my room and there sunk lu the arins of mc'tnihorjriils." Other bpnpvs were: "An Alumiialc Is an ex-student," 'A hobby Is a boy friend." "Girls are known as fair sext. 1 "Homily means not exactly beautiful.' 1 "A enrgoyle Is a throat rinse." Lightning Kills Deer CORNWALL BRIDGE. Conn. (UP)— A frcuk holt of furnished n bountiful dinner for workers at a CCO cnmp here. The bolt killed R 'JOO-HOimd deer. Mount Armat, on which N'oih Hie Aik iittci the yieat Hood, Is now inoic than three Why Buy Coal From Us? 1—30 years in business. 2—Quality of coal handled. 3—Prompt' service. . 4—Courteous treatment. ' 5—You get all you pay for. ; "Quality Group" distributed' by GAY & BILLINGS - : Fhone re ' See Us About Your Coal Blytheville"Gin Co: . "Radiant -Alabama" /'Premium Kentucky" ' CAiL 214 Business Directory RITE PRICE GROCERY Bpy. GROCERIES HICillT , A 'COMPLETE LINE'' OF' 'FANCY & 'STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, FLOUR, MEAL, ETC. In Old P. O. Bldg. Phone. 234 - - We Deliver Largest & Most Complete Stock of CHIN AW ARE in Northeast Arkiin- , SOS.." PRICES RIGHT. __Hubbard Hd\v. Co! FREEMAN "& WHEAT~ Painting and PaperhanguiE • . Auto Painting - ••• . 'Furniture Heflnisbing All Work Guaranteed. • Phone 749 lor Estimates Largest & Most Complete Stock of HARNESS in Northeast Arkansas. PRICES RIGHT. Hubbard Hdw. Co. AUTOMOBILE FOR BALE — Almost New 1934 FORD V-8 FOR- DOR SEDAN. Clean as a pin; perfect in every way. $250 less than price of new car. Only $155 down or your old car lor first'payment; balance on easy terms. Sec me today. R. G. Cash. Phone 813. FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS RENT OUR PLOOn SANDER ARKMO LUMBER CO. Special prices on rtulo Accessories Tires ft Tubes, Guaranteed Batteries $3.75 exc., Auto Tops ft Side Curtains SL50 up, Alcohol 15c gal Car Heaters $1.50 up, Cylinder Heads, floor mats. Wolf Avian ^B E. Mal,i SI. FOR BATTERY SERVICE Ben Clune j • 203 W. Ash-^phonc" B. j A HEAL BARGA1N-J.i D3 2 CHEVROLET 4-Dobr SI5DAN for only $235. A-i -condition and appear-1 ance. Ideal family car . $ Sb rtown with balpnce weekly, monthly or part on fall terms. Phone 313 joe Snapks. Cobb Undertaking Co., Inc SERVICE & QUALITY AMBULANCE Phone 26 COPPER WEATHER SIBIP Saves fuel at small cost Arkmo Lumber Co. LET US OO VOUK 1VKLUINO AND MACHINE WORK . BOILER - DBAGLINE TRAILER REPAIBINO We Carry A Pull Line of Shafting PHONE 808 HLYTHEV.IL.Mi MACHINE WORKS Operated by JB. r. Kigcr KOJ- Face Shoe Repairing W. J. KNOX Having made all kinds ot shoes for ABNORMAL led, can renal? slices to correct ABNORMAL fee!,. 32 years in tuc Shoe Repaliing business; wlien otlici-s foil, try gj. Simon P. Lee. Ill SO. R. R. St. Progressive Shoe Shop WE THANK YOU I For your 1934 patronage and hope to terve you In 1935. 101 S. 2nd Street AUTO GLASS ARK-9IO LIfMBEB CO. PHONE « lATTllES"" RECHARGED 76o GUARANTEED Starter & Generator Service Used Auto'.Parfs Cheap Phone 308—Road^Service Harper Auto Electric Service '/i Mile from Gateway store on Highway 18. This ud'Is worth *23c on battery service. Lost Pair fo Clilld's gold rimmed gla&s- es. Reward for return. Bill Chamblln, Plioue 812. 9-ck-l2 EYE GLASSES with white metal- rims, some waeks ago. $2,50 REWARD. Thomas Land Co. snnishcd Ouiird's window Monday, Underwood Typewriter and add- WANTED— Good used baby's Play Nov. I'i. J. L. Guard Two Furnished Bed Rooms, 1017 Pen. Must be reasonnblc. Phono ' Merchants I'n- H-ck-H Company, Phone 24. 306, between 12 and 12:30, Read Courier News Want Ads.jnillcii above sea level U1NGSIDK SKATS! SIR-YOUR HIGHNESS -WE ARE WITHIN! A STONED THROW OF'TH 1 MOOVIAN CAPITAL JUS' LEAVE OUR ROYAL PRISONERS RIGHT" UP HER6,WHERE THEY CAN HAVE TH' SEEIN& TH 1 FALL OF THEIR swEU-.'we WIU- OOWfJ AW' IT FIPST- THOUGHTFUL OF ME, BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES SO Ttt' fetOMO &OM& ^lf -fEPvVi'. SHE'S AV.\_ i : _ bOOTS HAS 'EM TALK1N.M ,SU«6'. SHE'&OOWM G5TTIM' A'PERMANENT,;.. THEN SHE HAS (<> LUNCHeoN OWe..,N'APT6R •WAT SV\fc'S'-TMCftV IM TW COMC£Rt,THEN SHE'S i BOOKED. UP FOB'A BRIO&6 TEA ....JIM'S : ., 1 HER OUT FOR DlNKJEp.THEM ALL Ofi US ARE 6OIM' COASIIM'OVER OK) LOOKOUr HILt, N'AfTERtHKT SHE HAS A StTTIM' -rHEN/Tlppv TOESiV&TOWIN 1 HEP.. TO TH' PRANCE; ...M 1 AFTER THAT, IF THERE& .TIM& LEFT, &HE. MIGHT rf> SOME ' . WGHT SUCCEED, WHERE' etwees • you M'STILL SHE SAYS . &QSH ALL JENMN l IP SHE VJERE ANY B<JSI6R.TH' ONLY TtfJ\e eyep SEE HER WOULD 6E\M MY O REAMS A JOLier OUT OF HER-.SO J.JI DO SOLl'UE DOtiE'XOUR PART . _*5^*^^.^.*W^M 5BYNtAbEHVICE,lSC. T. H REC U S PAT OFF MORE i'NTBBKERENCE! fACOLOUELOF i BA'D. EH, PODNER? THE ID6A, SOW, IS NOT CAUQMf. QUICK. OUT THE WHILE NOBODY'S WELL, I HATE TO THINK WOT THEV'LL C30 TO US, IF WE C3ET CftUQHT IN THESE UNIFORMS, r- ^ WOW, HOW THE BLAZES DO VOO 3. GET OUT O' THIS OOURTVARD? I WINK- THERE'S A 6ATE DOVWO THE COW B WOT VET CLEAR SALESMAN SAM I'LAYINC IT SAFK! By Small uTTLe WHtLe 1 -OH, MitSpsHl tOHfvr ft PIG-HT ' v SHOULD slop IT M&BB& IT'S PISER TO cftLtl R copi IT'S nv cwic DUTV I Hev, Vou I FIST Fl&HT «S DOWW TH' sTRE&Tl OM TH' '30 B 7 EM AUoMe FeG HfM&HT BALL'S POOL ROOH FRECKLES ANP HIS FKIENDS By Blosscr PL ACT/ MV MOTHER WAS OM THAT ! LUCKILY, SHE WASH T HURT i. 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