The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1934 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1934 BIATHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE SECTION - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION D»Uy rate per line lor consecu- Uve Insertions: (Five avtruye word: to a line) One time per line ........... We Two limes jx-r line |>cr day .. 08c Jhice times per lini per day .. 06o Klx tlnics p?r line per day .. Wo Voulh lite per Hn« .......... Wo Minimum chirge 600 Arts ordered io r tnreo or six times and slo|>ped before explra- t'on will be chargro tor the number of Uiiics the til appeared ann of bill made. POULTRY & EGGS [Ilk fed FRYERS (or salt. FICEC- ARD'S Store. 1044 Chtckasavba. 17-ck-«-17 AUTOMOTIVE by Save 'Unit .ind Money u>>m£ our complete slutk ul ,\uto KtpUctjjitnt tin* nuntnra nanism- i.u. Itiliiulive ucul. - - I'honr 11i> ti-ck-7-6 UOUS, I'BTS E. C ROBINSON LUMBER GO. Wall Paper Paint Roofii i M ti.-Jb All Clasalned Advertising copj siihinitted by perscnf residing outside ol the city uust bu accompanied by cash Rates may be e*flly computed from above table. Ko respoiisit/iuiv win be tsiea inj more Ihun one Incorrect la- tcrtlou of uiy classified ad. Advertising urucJtd ior irregu- *r insertions ult.' tUe one time rate. UJtjii.i;a. iviia- l/i.ilrt, p.iw r*. IS-l'K-ltf t oa.c: Toy type,. 1-UA '11111- I 1 OK KtNl OUR BOAKD1NC I LOUSE GOLD M1N1N6 IS LIKE OF M1N& WHOS AN OYSTER OPENER TOR A, BOSTON CRACKED OPEN MILLIONS OF OYSTERS, H& Misfr NEVER VET ONE WITH A PO\U IN IT / THREE Hoom imiurnished IIIL-1IL, Davis, t-iiune 1C X1U USED CARS BUCH GOOD VAI.l'KS, LIBKKAL TERM!) & TKA1KK-IN ALLOWANCE '.'.9 KOKI) TllllOK. Good Kull- ber, Huns Goiid Sill '29 CHEVUOI.fcT COACH. Motor A-l. Clean S12< U3 FOK1) TUUOK. Kims ami Looks Like New Sill 33 CHEVROLET U O A C II. Clean as .1 Piis SHI TRUCK SI'ECIALS •32 CHEVKOLET l!i TON Clusrd Cab, Dual Whwrls. B.ireain > 33; '32 FORU CLOSEU CAB 1'ICK- 1)1'. Nice Large Body. Keady In Gu ^32! N A It OTIS THA1I.ER. Sin/tic Wheels. A Real Buy .... 5 6' '30 FORT) STATION WAGON. Rial Daily or Karin Truck $131 6LL THESE BARGAINS TOUAV iNsrKC'i THEM: PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY USED CAR LOT Corner lit fc Walnut Sis. PliuM Sll) - XI1 .com With Ualh, J.W, $.15, Jl.lK). Or $2,5U up to fc.i.oO a week, rea- ouy liolel ovirr Brn r'ranu luif, ,tmm anu BruAdwMy. S-ck-7-b FURNISHED 5 room housa, servant oiiic, garage. Very COOL,, sftady •;ird. Mrs. H. u. Wii-fcliam. Call 280. 7-ck-U FURNISHED Aiiartiucnt, 108 West Kentucky, Plionc 683. 5-k-7-5 Furnished BEDUOOMS. Mrs. Ed Hardin, ion W. Walnut. Gill 102. Ick-lf MODERN 3 room luniishcrt or unfurnished apartment over Kirby Drug Store. F. Simon. Call 1B4. 30-ck-U Nicely furnished APARTMENT, private bath. Llglils, water free. 61U W. Main. Call 332-J. CK2 * UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, 1013 W. Walnut. Call 303. a-30 c ktl 4 room house with bath. Niwly lur- nislied. Vaeani, June 1, ill Division. Call 650 or B68. 22cictf COOL BEDROOMS, REASONABLE MRS. WERT, 212 W. MAIN. FURNISHED apartment. 305 Dougan. Phone 810-J. 18c ktl Nicely FiiTnlsheri BED ROOM. Mrs. Nolen, 310 West. Walnut. 30c k6-3"J WANTED TO KENT WANTED: Servant room within short distance of 1100 Chicka- suwba. Call 278-W. t£ DIRECTORY NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC atn oacii in 1 the nidi; arm jimfc Dusimts in. US b. Kauroad Street MEViil: BmiTNiCK lormeny uppoiiiu ITIKO titatlon J1KS. I,. M. BTJKNKTTE announces tnc opcnniE; o( summer classes In tvpTiiR, shorthand. uuoKkeepi ' COUNTY WORKERS UNION l6r men aiKi women over 10 Dues. SI per year 2-1 pk 6-24 Ready-Mjfc Slip Covers Approved tij t-ood Houwkcepinj. Clioil'C ut »iwd materials. I'it Guaranteed—li Usual Price .Ijrs. C. IL Ciraj, agent Second Hand LUMBER. At old Cieamery t'ackngc Co. Oak. Gum Pine noorins: unck; tin roofing Grc J. Mell Brooks, C. M. Baxter or City Engineer L. E. Tull. ia-c-k-10 CLEANERS, TAILORS We clean and store winter clothes and bed covers. Moth-proof, tire- prwf vaults, Pay next fall. Unique Cleaning Service ESTATE [low would you like a home ol your own in the beautiful (Jr.- arks'.' A 40 acre farm, 10 minutes fiom town and 15 minutes from good fishing hole, good house and plenty of fruij trees. Can be bought CHEAP. Small cash pay ment, balance easy terms. Wil consider trading for merchandise stock. J. C. CHAPIN, MANILA, Ark. See me for 3, 5, 10 or 15 »cre tracts fronting on Franklin Street he ginning at Mi-tsouri Avenue, north E. M. TKRKV Ptiono 617 or 316 FURNITURE LAWN CHAIRS Uunpainted S1.8, Painted $2.5 I HE AElOiO LUMBER CO. 25-ct-6-2 Second liaiid lurniturc Imujhl and bulil. Inquire I'arhhursl. Co., 10*J E. Main. Blyllieville, Ark. lc-k7-4 BARGAINS in good, clean, used ice boxes. Everett B. Gee Sales Co. CHEAP—25 acres growing alfalfa near BIythevillc, 'Everett, B. Gee. 22ck6-22 For Sale—1 EOod itscd Delco light plant, 1 battery radio set, 1 u^ed electric rciri^erator, new & used electric laus. Everett B. Gee Sales Co. 22 ck C- WANTED job Wanlcd by boy Just graduated from High school. Not afraid ol work. Will do niiythlng. Write Bos J Care Courier News. 28sxtf REPAIRING KEEP YOUR HOME 1H GOOD REPAIR" When It needs n profcriiition Phone E. D. Ferguson. •The Ho'.isc Doctor.' 1 Phone 100. Tennis Uackr.ts Kcstrun; Ovrrntsbl service, 4 grades iluhb.iril Hardware. Co. 6-ck-7-6 FREt H O I. C Estlmalrs rioofinc. Panulns.- Repairs THE AHKMO LUMBER CO. 10-ck-6-10 LOST White Rat Terrier, block spot, tail and black spots on car; about Thursdtiy morning. lov return. Phone 12-M. NOTICE Annual meeting of stockholder of Blythcville cotton on Mill wl be held Hi 10:30 A. M., Tuesda; June 12, lS3i, ai onicc or w. t Gage & Company, Falls Bnildlni Memphis, Tenn. Among other mat ters to be considered will be pro po«;d change of By-Law providin for amendments of By-Laws eliminating therefrom necessity notice of pruned cnange. W. E. Gage. Preiiden I. H. Kerning, Assistant, Secretary. 8c-k6-l SALESMEN WANTED -*? MAN WANTED for Rawlcieh Ron In Central Mississippi. Norlh Polnsctt Counties. Blytheville. Write immcdinlely. Kawieigh Co., Dcpl. AK-i-OD. Memphis, Tcun., Or see C. H. Kyrn. HollaiKi, Mo. FOUND CAR KEYS IN JOE ISAACS' STOKE. Owner may have same by calling at Courier and paying tor ad. EXPERT Typewriter and A machine Kepjirinj. U. S. Blank- (nshlp, US E. J.iose. Call 165-J. 22ck6-22 Oldest "Spirks" Ilfad TOLEDO. O. I UP) —Dr. George W. Kirk. 84. retired physician and (lie oldoft amateur wireless operator in the United States died re- cenlly al hts Cnrllce. O.. home. He had been featured In several magazines as tl'.f oldest "amaH-nr 1 ' in I the country. COUWKItS ON THK I1HAIN! HEV, s«oo GUVS, WAKE UP/ FOO2V IS MISSING JOVE, SNur-r-Y, -, KING CRAIVf PVA SPOSE THwtV sune HAPPENED f DO VA ^ WON'T f F002V TURNED 'II" DIDJA SAY NG TUI^ ESCAPED ? PRISONER GONE OF- TH\3 iM BISCUITS ARt _. ., \NOUU3 Bt] WORTH ABOUT /[ 'BR»N6 VOUR HAMMERS { W\THYOU// FOU TO TAKE WE "FINDS USSEHTO'IM' HE'S GOOFV, I.TELL COrAPLE1E.W -GAGGLE f vw A GENERAL,I'u. llfWE VA KNOW f WOG&V VJUS.TEDUM ZIM? VA GOGGLE-EVEO SO-'N-SO.' FOOZY, OL 1 PAL, SPEAK TO O GOLti -TiUT C5UST BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES I A(;ATHA OI I I:NS HIM VOO TJDKiT VOOSi l'\)t VOOW MCT ^.OME W\\0 YOUR. AV5O TWE WOUOR Or 601M6 10 WftPPEM iVASII TUBBS KASY IS INQUISITIVE! ICS.-SIR — 1 M6AKJ HHMO! N A FlSHf WITH J. J. NO, SIR. I FELl- T5OWM.-SIR : BOYS tALtc- IMfl,SIR, BUT DIDN'T SEE IT. SALESMAN SAM __ BACK ON TH r SCEMT, PERCY? (SEE, IT IDAS A SWCLL PUTTIM' THIS CflT ON TH' TRAIL OP TH' FKH BUT I'M SORTA GIMLET'S HARDWARE: OU6HTO WOP |M rtM 1 CHECK UP! WE(_L,FER-'. TH'OVT ME I SMPRT" PtlSSV ! 7/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS CRASH IS H1G HELP! / j y&fi DOES THIS SOUND? * YOlJ ARE A MASQUERADE / PHOO«Y: WHAT PARTY WILL BE HELD^ EKIGLISU " YoUiMEAVJ SURE, IF YOU'LL LET ME VJR1TE 0!JE TO FSECkLEG WITH INVISIBLE INK,AM 1 THEN R»- GGT To MAIL IT 1 .! CCA-SM.l'M PLAUMlNGi A BIRTHDAY V/ILL YoJ MC-LP ME SE>4D C'JT TfiE I'VE ALREADY MADE A SAMPLE. YOU CAM COPY • MINE rr SOUNDS IMVITAT10M ,Tb A WRESTLING MATCH.... WHILE FRECKLES IB BEMOANING THE LOSS OF HIS JOB, LET'S , TURN TO THE HOME Oi^ 'MIC' BEATON , V/HEBE GOOD TIMES ARE BE IMG PLANNED,,,. YOUR PRESENTS ARE HUMBLY" REQUESTED AT THE HOME OP MARGARET BEATON MOMOAY NEXT.. YOUR PRESEMCH IS HUMBLY REQUESTED. INVITED TO iHE HOME CF 'MIG BEATPM...SHE IS CO!MG TO THROW A BK7 PARTY!" FRECKLES 15 INVITED... HS CfODUD USE 'A LITTLE

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