The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1937 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, A PHIL 24, 1937 WATI1EV1I-LE (AUK.)" COURIER NEWS mm 3 v 'our mm CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION , Daily rate per line lor consecutive Insertions: One time per line ........... l e Two times per line per day Three times per line per day Oto Six times per line per day — 05c j Month mte per line .......... We Cards of Thanks ...... 50o & 15c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six timers and stopped before expiration will be charged Tor the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment or bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- Bide c* the city must be accompanied by cash. Hates may be easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered tor irregular insertions lakes the one time rate No responsibility will bo taken for more than one incorrect- insertion of any classified ad. PHILLIPS WALNUT AT F1FPH ST. BARGAINS FOR THE HiiST OF THIS MONTH '35 V-8 TUDOR TOUR1NC1 SUDAN. '31 License. Built- in Trunk. An It. & G. Car. Only ^ iai Jl CH KVIIOI/KT COACH. Motor Hccomlitioncd and New Taint. A Good Buy .. $295 Bus. Opportunities WANTED! ! Ball Players Between ages 6 and 15 To See Our i\'e\v Line of GOI.USMITII ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. J.W.Shouse Wilson Ilenr Si IMJDliK SKUA N. Vou Can Save $50.00 $ 33 V-8 FOUDOIl SKUA N. Clean Car. Motor OK Motor Beauty Culture IS THE COMING PROFESSION Learn this pleasant wark which pays well. New class opening—stale supervised Reasonable Tuition Mrs. ".Villiam Berryman Elaine Beauty Shop 35 V-8 TUDOR. New and Seal Covers '31 V-8 COUPE. New Tires and Car is Clean $27 '32 C II K V U 0 LET COUPE. Car Runs Good. Save On This One : '34 V-8 TDDOK. '37 License. A Good Car for Someone : Wc'Ha've Too Many Bargains 'I List - - Why Not Drive By Look Them Over - - All Pric Plainly Marked On Each Car. Terms'.'—We Have Them! Make Us An Over - - We Trai Phillips Used Car Lot Phone 810 toy Calvin, Mer. Used Car Dcpl. Real Estaic OR SALE: MY HOMK, 1015 W. Wuliiut. 4 bedioo:ns. nil cou- nlences. Bargain if sold at once. E. Coolcy, phone 111.' 7-ck-tf For Rent ice Large Bedroom. Mrs. Noli'ii. 10 Walnut. 20i! kit or 3 room Furnished Apartment, with garden. 914 Hcarn. 20pk5-20 Wanted To Buy WE 1'AY CASH KOH 2ND HAND KUKWTUUK Hnbbarcl 2nd Hand Furniture Store I'hone 1031 We Buy Cicely furnished BEDROOM, (ill W. Mall). Call 280. Bess Hall. 120 ktr Cicely Furnished STEAM HEATED BEDROOM, bath. Call 500. COMFORTABLE BEDROOM, 1017 W. Walnut. Mrs. Ed Ilardin. 20-ck-lf Scrap Iron nlylhevillc Iron & Metal Co. Cherry &•!?. R. Phone 'MO Biological Explorations Granted State Charter Cat. Covers 150 Miles • Of Desert to Return Dark brown Mule, white nose. wl. 1.050 Ibs. J. C. Bills, liarlleld. 20p k27 Personal Will pay up lo $75.00 each for In- dianhead pennies dated i>jfove 1910. All old coins wanted. Send lOc for complete new buying catalog. WISCONSIN COIN CO., Box 523, Milwaukee, Wise. LIBERAL REWARD for return of purse, conlnining $47.50 and many papers, lost either in Klr- klndali's store or on street nearby. Mrs. Josephine! Wort, Wcrt apart- PllIIjMJKLPHIA (UP)— A charter hus been granted here lo Hie Biological Explorullohs, nil orcan- iziillou which proposes to "under- dike and conduct expeditions for biological. ethnological geological; ami licoitrnpliical invesllgnllon of distant connlrles." William 11. Spolford, SI, Davids; Dudley T. Easby Jr., Ardinorc; Knox Henderson, Chestnut HIM; Warwick Polter Scoll, lirynMuwr. ami liobcrl Brlylmni, Vllhuiova, jncciporalor.s of the orgiiiiluillon, all me members of the I'hilndel- phln bar, niclinnt Archbold, research as- iociute of the Uc'partmcnt. of Miimmls of the American Museum of Nalmal 'History, New York, is president of the corporation. He back valuable inaleiinl In large while cut. Wlicn they leftJ the inountatns last full, the cat was lull behind, Hut ihe cat ciunc back. It toi* monllis but !ha cat made It—the whi.c 150 miles of mountains i'-n<l VUMA, Ariz. lUPJ-Shcrirr T II. Ncwmim had n cat. lu lad he s'ill inis a eat, Last summer, when all of Yurnn was trying to (jet out of Ihc summer temperatures of 110-pttw. the sherllf unit his family went to Iho hills. With him, they look a tnents. 23c k2C Courier News CARRIER BOOK with "CRAWFORD" on it. RE- WAftD for return to Courier News office. WELDING AT BEST PRIDES I'ltOMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co, WENATCHEE, Wash. (UP)—Mr nml Mr.f. W. E, Robln-soir of Kntjat Valley claim 1 to be parents of tin first baby born-in nn auto trallci In tlie Pacific northwest, A doiigh- ler, Kay, was born to them ii Mulch, Thuy liuvc Ural In Ihdr Irnllcr for several mohlhs. PHONE a recent expedition lo New Guinea, The showy loop, which Is of all airplane Ihe most sUmls. is considered by most pilots tin; shn- l)lest to perform. Kirby's Tasteless CHILL TONIC Contains More Quinine—More Iron The Recommended Treatment lor MALARIAL CHILLS and FEVKIl SWAMI' FEVEK —AGUK FEVKIl At All Klrby Drag Stores Mule liisLfiiclioti Business Directory For Expert Hcuiily Service Modern Beauty Shop 1 11B S. 2nd Phone 249 Let Us Grind Your ,awn fcer I A Trial Is Ail We Ask \BiytheviIle Machine Shop PHONES 808 & 848 All popular branils of CIGARETTES 2 packages for 25c Good Whiskey 18 to 2Ji years old 50c per half pint • Uoocl Uarcball Game Evcrj' Sunday HARRY BAILEY Al tli'i tilalc Line Cafe in connection — Krcsli Kivci Callish - Seeds - Plants -COTTON SEED Stoneville No. 5 Prices Reasonable. Gay £ Billings, inc. Phone 61 Mamoloxi Soy Beans H. M. FLEENSAN MANILA, ARK. COTTON SEED Halt & Half big boll Planting Seed Grown and ginned exclusively I year from Crook Bros. SCO per ton Stillman Gin Co. . Peach Orchard, Mo. Urcduce conlalns no dangerous drugs. Scicntific-ally overcomes cause of flabby fat. Mailed postpaid, $1. Dr. Mclssnev, 159 N, Stale, Chicago, III. QET VK3OK AT New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contair. raw oyster invigorates and other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, glands. II not delighted, maker refunds lew ,0 MEN al once to learn barbering, skilled barbers' 5 In greatest leinnnd in the history of barbcr- ng. Modern Collcse, 81 North Second, Memphis, Twin. . 23p k30 Young Gopher Snake "UEUNA'l"' KNITTING YAICNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS Now spring and summer yarns Ijilest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MUS. LESU15 HOOt'Ell !10i) Chlckasawba " Phone 792 FARM LOANS' l.mvrsl rales—lowest expense Also elly properties DON H. KASSERMAN Room 220 Lynch BUIg. Phone 817. P. O. Box 470 24 Hour Wrecker Service Best Prices Joyner Motor Sales Phone 886 or 24 Hour Wrecker Service And Garage Work Hotly ,fc renders A Specially BARNETT AUTO SALES SALINAS, Cnl.' CUP)—Mr. and Mis. E. P. Emllh witnessed a. black widow spider snare a bee Into its net and gradually tie it up like a toped steer. Then Iho bee ttihuj the Bplder. The'latter faded out of existence and the • tragedy, was over. FOR SALE We have on nand several Ions of Stoneville No. 4-A one year from breeder, slate tested. A 'c\v tons of D. p. ij. No. 11. lleans, Laredo, Virginia, Delsta, and Mammoth Brown. Peas— nixed, New Era, and Whips, f-eas and Beans reclamed and graded l>y us. Will trade for cotton cecd. L. R. Matthews Gin Co, Uotlcn, Collon Kccil and Coal. Telephone 1511-F-3. Yarliro, Ark. FOR SALE SOY MKAN HAY VI.ANTlNCi 3HE1J STONliVIl.LU 5A STONKVII.I.K 4 A 1st year from SUmcvllIc Station 8 DOZ. PURE BRED WHITE ROCK PULLETS Fresh Heifers with Small Calves FUNERAL HOME ( A beautiful and sympathetic service at moderate cost. Ambulance. Service Plionc 58 Sporting tods of nil kinds Unifor.T.s & equipment for base- foil, handball, Softball, soccer ball, tennis, track Best Prices Hdv;. Co. "JIl r COAl, IS BLACK— JJT I TUEAT YOU WHITE" I Also Pay Best Prices for Hides & Metals JOHN BUCHANAN Phone 101 Half & Half Cutlun Sccti 1st year iiom breeder Frctl Flceman CALL 20t Cotton Seed!!! DPI No. 11 BEST PRICES BIytheville Gin Co. FOR SALE — a varieties toma plants from finest seed. Peppei jg plants. Everything in flower HE ATOMS HOME .OF FLO WEE 200 Davis nve. Automotive EASY CREDIT Goodrich Budget Plan Tires - Tubes - Batteries Home, Farm and Auto Radios BUFE JONES-TIRES Batteries Poultry & Eggs I'OIJLTIIY WANTED We pay highest market prices for all kinds poultry. Fisher & Raines at Gaines Grocery & Market, 11 W. Main. BATTERY SERVICE Call J. Ben Clune Phone 8 at Tom Jackson's BABY CHICKS ALL VARIETIES Custom Haf.hlng MARILYN HATCHERY Hwy, Gl North, Blytheviiie WALL TENTS for sale at reasonable prices. Phone 613. CARNliV AWNING CO. 113 "S. First St. Goal & Wood Alabama, Illinot.,. Kentucky C O A I, Shaver-Foster Gin Co. Phone S78 Chicki^awlM & R- E i Six room House, with bath, servant house and double Ranige. ! 102 East Kentucky. $500 cash, balance like rent, rhons 543-J. 9p k5-9 Repairing KINNEY'S SHOF im S. First St. Raws gummed, filed; circular saws hammered. Furniture repaired, rc- finisl'.crl. Gcod heavy 4 wheel trailer, liucli anan Coal yard, phone 101. 3-c-tf | Furnilure — Majestic range, Red j Star stove. Mrs. S. S. Slcrnherg.j Phone 931. 3-ck-t! j Shoe Repairing If you !hi:ik thoy rw't be fixed. >.RV,. Ihmi mnd.! like new »l- the TRtll! IU.UI'. SI10K & HARM-Sb KIIOJ- - - 316 K. Main CITY SHOE SHOP We Mrivc I" <!« tllc iniP°' !slhIf 'To Plras" Evcrybcrty! WM. VKEEMAN ft .T. R. HOT.T . 4 Doors East of Pcnuey's Five-burner Perfection Oil Cheap. 818 Chickasawoa. New Bargains! We have some especially good gains In car?, trucks and pick-ups. See Our's Before You Buy! 1036 •Chevrolet l',i .Ton Truck 1934 Chevrolet Sedan And Other Bargains Delia Implements, Inc. Mules For Sale DELTA IMPLEMENTS, INC. NEW DEAL SHOE SHOP 121 West Main. K A, Peaiircgard in charge i Pholos FRRE with Each Order , for Half Sole Job GOLDFISH MINNOWS O. C. Hawks, 300 E. Main Pnctirnlly new Light Plant. mid Iron. Will sell for lialf price. Dcltu Implements, Incorporated. H. C. Knappenberger Crawls Out of Role Call 1000 Storage PASADENA, C.il. (UP) — Oscar the Third, nn 18-months-old gopher snake, was cnst in Iho play "Tobias and the Angel" here. Despite misgivings that it might .slithering into the Audience, it was deemed the reptile- would he more realistic than a papier ma- chc snake. But Oscar took one. at the audienca . and departed in Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON .EUWAUDS, Proprietor. All maktt of Rebuilt Typewriters, Adding •ucninrt Calculators—Rciiairhic—Parts—Klh 1 •"* write Klrtr? Bros Ihc opposite direction and no longer is available for the cast. Drug Stores. ALLE Y 001 OH.W&LL-AT LEAST IT'LL BE EASIER SOIM' DOWM HAH.' IOU&HTA MAKE. SOME- REAL GOOD TIME, WCM>- DAK16EO IF HOW FDOZ 1 3OT THROUGH SORE./, OL' eoy, BUT^EEIW'AS HOW ITS IMPOSSIBLE FOR you T'GET THROUGH TXE5E TREES, I'LL HAFTA LEAVE HERE'AN'6'OON ALONE 50 LIE COWW, DlMNSJAN'TAKE ' "l.SEC.U.S.PAT.OFj, ND HER BUDDIES ViViOW TWE. ^ 0\_V4<b COPR. t937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFK.fii By Cram LAST 10 nllLKS ARE THE HARDEST! WASH TUBBS , THERE WNT NONE OF THE SHKlMP EOXrs IN. 1 GUESS WE'LL EITHER HAVE TO WW5E (T, OiS^BORRV ft, 6WFFN ROV; TEM MILES OF-COURSE \T AINT, FTES TEN VEA.RS MRS. LULU BEUE WALUS, ACCOMPANIES BY FRIENPS, WILL VISIT HER. PARENTS, MR. ANP MRS. 3UPE SU&GS. OF OISE COVE. COPR. 13H 8Y NE* 5_ERVag. IKC. T. U. R&'.. U. S. PAT. Of ^ OSSIE'S AiAlKlTION! Stove. FHliCKLKS I HAVEM I TIME TO TELL V£)U....l'LLOfJLY BEG METD GO ( BE F^^E FOR WTD PICTURES? ( A COUPLE WAT'S THAT GUY fTBE IP YOU GCTT TO BS A MOVIE STAR AFTER ACTING-W , MiAk^ll-r^L TrlAT PlAY FRECKLES/ I'M A ^HAMILlON WROTE ^ —^ CIWCH IM GWMA BE HARD TO GET ! OSSIE SAYS HE BETS HE CASI GET IWTOTHE ME IP EVEPY STJBIO HOU^V/OOO TRIED TO SIQM ME UP! BUT NO LOMS-TEPM 13 FlFTE&M CEKTS A TICKET !.' ff MOVIES_,PRECK ! DO HIWk: CAW? COWTRA.CTS- F=DR ME %f For Sale 32-volt Delco Light Plant wit hi i\:«i i \ r-£\T Radio. Cheap. Elza Whecltr, VUll i \J\J\ \ Route 1. 23[) k27 Automatic Dclco With radio, fan

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