The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1936 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 3, 1936
Page 9
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THURSDAY, SEPTKMBHK 3, 193C fcL*TiIEVlLLfi.;<ARK.); NEWS PAGE 'NINE Uoucantt WHAT YOU WANT imnL ih*> , CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily ra(« per lliic for consecutive insertions: One tlmu per line 10c Two times per line per day .. 08c Month rate ]icr line 60c Minimum diarge 500 Tiirce tunes per line per day .. OOc Six times per line per day .... 05c Cards of Thanks 50c & 75o Arts ordered for tlircc or six times nntl stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ud appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside or Die city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for Irreirnliir Insertions lake the oiie time rate. No responsibility will l>o laken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. Business Directory Wanted -I- Tructone Jr. 5 Tube Auto Radio j Competent bookkccper-stenoaraiiii- completcly installed $21.50. True- cr wants a position 011 or be- toue Radios for home «l Iremcn- tore Oct. 1. Marie Harnlsh, Chi- dous savings. Guaranteed Tubes & cage Mill. Batteries. Tubes test, free— Radio Service. Store. Western Auto Associate PIANO STUDIO REOPENING MRS. L. N. MATIIIS Piano - - - Harmony (H5 W. Main Call 271-J Get the benefit nf suinmcr prices. Pill Up Now My Coal Is IShck But I Trcal'You White LOCAL HAULING JOHN BUCHANAN — I'HONE 10' A Trial Will Convince You AVc invite 3 - ou to gel :i demonstration in one or our used curs. We have a good select Uti of medium priced Fouls itncJ Chevro- Icls—1930, 1!K11 and IMfc models. Conic In or Phunc 810 or till Salesmen—C. O. Gravi-s r Koy Calvin, Joe- O'Keerc, Joe Slianks PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Gtli and Wiilnul OI'EN AT NIGHT tor Rent Nicely Furnished Front Bedroom, steam heat, garage. Phone 560. Ic fc 10-1 3 room apartment unfurnislicfi. Mrs. J. T. Hall, 110 Walnut, c k3 Modern country home, 4 rooms & bath; 1 mile south hospital. Mrs. Elma Archillion. 29-ck-tt Four room furnished apartment 1015 W. Ash. Call 445-W. 19-ck-tf APARTMENT— 5 rooms, bath, unfurnished. 1st claiis condition. FRKSH HKKLFOOT CRAPPIE 3f>c Per Order • l.ion Gas IC.Sc Per Gallon HARRY BAILEY'S At the Arch State Line JOB by able bodied young married man. Willing lo work hard. Can drive car or truck. Good references. Write "li", Courier News. (Ill tf GOOD SHIRT IRONER. Reasonable pay, steady" work. 420 E. Davis. ' 31-|>-k-B EXPERIENCED MECHANIC, commission basis. Apply in person. Morgan's Garage. 3lc k7 Salesmen Wanted MEN WANTED. Good nearby Rawl Iclgh Route now open. If willing to conduct Home service business while earning $25 and up weekly, write immediately. KaM-lelgd's Dspt. AK1-27-S5, Memphis, Tenn. WAN-TEH — AM, KINDS JUNK 55 to $G Per Ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2c to 4!4c Ib. Copper Wire, 4c to 60 Ib. Radiators, 4'/-jC ib. HIDES & FURS WOLF ARIAN PHONE 116 128 E. MAIN Complete course in typing, shorthand, bookccplng. Also review shorthand class. Prices very reasonable. Mrs. L. M. Bumette Call 824 W. GET OUR PRICES ON COTTON SACKS We Have The Best FIGURE WITH US ON HARNESS ;c Supply Coming Hubbard Hdw. Co. Large Supply Coming In MrsJ. J.Davis—Spe-ncer tjorsetlere Call 421-W for appointments J. W. Siiip by PARKER TRUCK LINE Mrs.- 458-J. Matt' - -Monaglian. .Phone 3-ck-tf Dependable Daily Service to and '". " ',From. Memphis "'•'• Kedjl'Freight Honey at Hume Call 127 809 W. Aih St. 3 room fur. apartment. Private bath, trout, back entrances. Call 12W. 22-c-k-tf 2 or 'J room Furnished Apartment; reasonable. 914 Hcarn. 2lp k 9-21 3 room furnished apt., garage free. Cheap. 1315 W. Main. Call 335W. 15c ktt Furn. Apartment In Shane duplex at 1114 W. Ash. Call 197 or 571. 3-c-k-tJ Final Close Out Wall Paper 1936 PATTERNS LOWEST PRICES For Sale I THEARRMO LUMBER CO. Centennial Book Is Planned For Festival NEWPORT, Ark., Aug. 21 (Ul>) -One of Hie Jealurcs of-lhc second amifll like and Cotlon fes- lival io be opened here Ocl. •! will be the publication of « historical Centennial hook, leaders Enid lodtvy. ; The book will depict I he history of the county from 1830 to thu present year. H W II1 contoin blo- Bi-.iphlcs of between 25 to 30 pioneers and photographs of sections aiwplfil. mid he wns off on u writlnt; career. Article followed inllclc. and finally » venture into llction wus but longing' you up. keep smiling, because (he nest one won't pick you up either If you're looking iingry, Good food Is essi'nthil because flcknr&s Is a when you nre nlone ami Hint- not to sell stories to other I many miles from home." ctuKirs but lo buy (hem from! _ .-• olhi-rs In his capacity us editor oi Ihc niasazlnc of his dreams. WUh (he August Issue of "The Southern Sportsman" Small, now it University oi Texas sophoniore, became an editor, ' "If 1 could have put as much ^ lime on that llrsl issue as I spent, ( ,H'ln drtiiHiliii! iibonl it," SnuUI sidd, '"" ' -• been nny could ciirrv >>>.*> ]J,IulV{^llljJlka Ul Ull, ,,,. ' of thu county, showing I • [hm wuiiltlia have Itural erowllv Biihools,!' 1 "; s ">™'•''•»-'>• who and places of -interest. U '" Jlne wi "' hlll >" u u r i e u 11 churches The book will also contnin informative stories about* cotton and rice, jsudi as Ihc iiosslbllitics of hlfc'liwuy buildiiiB with cotton ami facts about, rice consumption nn<l uses. Oilier features of (he fostlviil lliis yctir will be cvntenilial rflllgl- , , , ous .sen-ices in all churches; , '"• «'"0. Just complctwl q.S.WO- hoinecomini; day with a piW for!"' lllu ''i-hlklni; tour, . lias • the i Hitcli Hiker Advises Keep Cieui, Look Happy TOI'EKA, Kail. (.UPJ-Jolm Davis, Jr., Wiishburn ' With recent improvements In jlrouujl oji^iinkatlon ;ii(d njjjht, llyinc, (he Hying time between Holland and Balavtn, Dutch East Indies, may te mliieed from 55 lo 48 hours. Hlatlsllcs tiulleatc that diirlni) U35 there • wero •JJ,4'10 agencies in ilio United Ktates operating 117.U50 hnses. Miles or roulo operated lolnled 1,334,174. Persona). AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced—Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No co-signers. Just bring car and regisliTttlou card along. U. W. MULL1NS Suilbury Bldg. I'hone 495 Lost Youth's Dreams Realized As He Edits Magazine AUSTIN. Tex. (UP)—'Hie childhood dreams of 21-year-old' Joe Auslel! Small, Chreismmi, Tex., to edit his oivn magazine 1m re become a reality. When Small was 12 years old he wrote a short outdoor article |on theme paper in n childish ' scrawl and mailed It to a Hoiuil sporls magazine. It LOST—Straw hat at I-Ialey Field, Please return to Hop Secoy. l-p-k-5 na- was RADIO REPAIRING auspicious. niplorist pusses Wcrt & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Slor« "WE IHAICK 'EM SEB' Phono 640 Tlii-i'c iimsl tie u reason, and them ore I'lve: 1st. a.COO Ibs. to a Ion. 2nd. Prompt service. aid. Uncial credit lo (hose entitled to credit. •1th.* Courteous employes, both In olllce and on delivery. Mh, The best coal from Arkansas. Alabama, Illinois and Kentucky. Gay & Billings, Inc. ' 1'liono 70 liend courier News Want Ads. STOCK NOW iVe llninlli' All LcmlliiK llrmnln of Itlllli Crillle Ciol SUMMIT, GIWAT JIKAHT, JiUIM.lANT, iMONTICWXO U 1 ., iiiclitdinjr our famous; Courier Ncivs ciasmcjj Afls t'ay. —Also Smut iiiul Ornvul— Suiierinr OKI) & Mining Co. Tliis IH To Announce Thul (lit; HEAR! HEAR! )t' you have it bnrhil ;t.s.sociiilion ecrUlinilo any kind on ;'onr loved onos 'whon they away, \vo will accciiL it at full value on tho ))n)vitk'd you buy as much as ?00 or more merchandise. COBB FUNERAL HOME I'HONIO 2U of in Coal IB Now ))lsU-ll)u(e(t lixehiiilvoly lij Supcn'or Coat ei Mijiing Co. In Hlylliuvlllo iiiiil Vloinlly Their TrK'|il>0!ii< Nil. |s 7Q() National Coal & Coke Co FOR SALE Wo liavo on hand now mid ready; for delivery new crop of Alfalfa Seed for retail or to dealers, if Interested 'see us. LRJaiiiiewsGinCo. Cottcn, Cotton Seed and Coal Tel. 1M1-3 Yaibro, Aik. • •"irrrirv"n i iiiiHHiiMMBMBi ONE STOP' SERVICE STATION 'J'OJl VOUll CONVENIENCE' SINCLAIR GAS AND -LUBRICATION WR'KCKER SERYICB ' Day Phone Ni^ht 888" 88C — MATTEIIY SEUVICK — HADIATOH iu:r*iK —BODY WORK — I'.KNJJElt AVOJtK , -rGI,ASS' INSTALLED —AUTO 1'AKTS W, T. BARNETT AUTO SALES & rlymoqti Wcolcr Now Ixicalcd at 101 Nurlh Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU ' BOM- EDWARDS, Proprietor All iMk t3 01 reliiillt Tyiiowrllcra, Adding Macnlnc. Knd Ud- v?—Kcpalrlue—1'arti—Itlbbon* GREEN INN; Stculc. Good business. Selling because of ill health. Jp k8 J? A K G A I N — '30 CHEVROLET COACH, driven only 17,000 miles. Runs like new. Clean throughout, riionc 420. Ip k4 Modern Service Station and ice business, excellent location, established business. Will sell outright. Hustler can clear $100.00 per month. Sec or \vrile Frank J. Jloore. 519 W. Main St.. Bly- ihcviilc. Ark. 31p k3 Hartman Wardrobe Trunk,, good condition. Cash. I'hone 547. 31c ktf O'BRIEN'S CAFE, completely equipped. Doing Rood business lor past 1G years. BARGAIN. Brunswick I'OOL TABLE, complete. CHEAP. JORDAN SEDAN, in Good condition. At Kive away price. F. SIMON. Call 704 Good Used Trucks 1331-V«. 11-1 ton truck 1634 Chcvrobl l',4 ton truck 1A3 International l',4 ton truck <fe trailer 1C35 International 1!4 ton truck & trailer % ton International Pick Up TERMS Implements, Inc. FOR SALE B room houw, txith. Large lot. Across from high and grade schools. Cheapest taxes in town. Could be made into aparlmcnt. 803 Chlckasawb dh tf Found LONG RUBBER DOOT by Coca Cola plant. Owner may have same by paying for this ad at Courier News office. 0 \ Gra \\ f fam i VOJUNU AT CAMP MOULTRIE'S Key ring containing 4 Including Yale key and Graham key. Owner may have same by paying lor this ad nt Courier News. PHONE ALADDIN LAMP PARTS Pon 1 1 forget \vc havc pcuuinc Alnddin Lamp Paris—25c Each , BURKE HDW. CO. 301-353 E. MAIN TRANTHAM TRANSPEEl CO. Moving 50c room up. Pianos H up. PHONE S64 Eggs, Poultry BABY CHICKS—Blood Barred Rocks, White Rocks, H r. Reds, While Leghorns, $1 pci hundred, Postpaid. COUNTY HATCHEHY, Union, Cash Feed Store Pays Top Prices For tggs & 2«tory iM E. Batteries Real Estate Room and Board A Couipttli! Line of Tolxs and F»rt« UBBARD & MAT TEH y co. PHONE 471 ROOM '& BOARD Mrs. J. E, ,Crook - Call The oldest car to pass the Colorado state inspection test is a 1008 model. HOYOHOY. -MOT'S AI<L T THERE,NOW,DIPM'T I TELL YOU? ISM'T THAT THE ^ IS IT? WELL BEST TASTIMG MEAT l\ SHOULD HOPE WOW! HERE,OOOLA, LE'SGUTUS.OFF A-COUPLE MORE HUWK'S OF THAT MEAT.' OOOLA, YOUVE MADE A REMARKABLE COWTR1BUTION TO MOOVIAN COOKIW- YOU'RE A SMART LASS - AM' I'M PROUD.OF YOU/ YOUR HIGHWESS 1 FEEL AMPLY'.RE PAID FOR ALL THE, TROUBLE I' HAD BRINGING IT HERE- FROM SAWALLA- WELL, ALL RIGHT-i COULD EAT A LITTLE MORE MYSEI THANK YOU... TO WSS A PURPLE BUOWTDSAURUS/ YOU EVER GOT A'HOLD OF? BOOTS AND HER VVASH TUIIHS SILK. PAJAMAS ANP A DRESSING GOWN ALSO? YES, WOTMIMG BUT THE FiMEST, MY MAM. AMD -AH - CHARGE THEM TQ MV WIFE. WELL! WEIL! 10/. A PERFUME RARE AMP EXQUISITE, MY SWEET, THAT I-AH-COULP NOT RG51&T THE TO PROCURE IT FOR VOU. OH, HOLLY! SWEET, GENEROUS HOV! ALL ME LIFE I'VE WANTEP SOME PERFUME, ANP GLORY BE.* /OU'VE WENT AN' DONE IT. Y t'KECKI.ES ANJ) HIS KU1ENDS rj MUST BE AWFULLY OLD! Birr i vtoWDER How ODME rr's IT'S KIWRA HAF5DTO READ... THE V.ATER MUSTA REACHED rr WHEW rr WAS OM THE BOTTOM OF THE: RIVER !' LOOK...fT'S PATED .AUGUST THE FIRST, WIKIE- TEEM HUMORED AWDTWRIY SIX ' HOLYCCW IT'S ADDRESSED TD V^iLLIAM CARE OF THE WILLIAM KIDD FIVE AND -TEW CEVT STORE IN FAIRMOWT.'.' fT SAT'S: DEAR SIR: AM SEUDNG AS PER ^feUR TELEPHONE ORDER OF LAST WEEK, TWO OTERIMG GEMS! 1 ' : REMrr/ON DELIVERY, THE SUM a= ^eo, tw COMPLETE PAYMEMT FOR SAME... YoURS VERT TRULY, JASPER GLOTZL, PPESIDEWT OF THE GLOTZ CLASS COMPAWV ! * WHAT DOES fig Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniiure Wade Furniture Co. BETTER lifc.TTER¥ SERVICE Call J. B. dune At Tom Jackson's Service Station For Sale: 20 A. improved farm on N. Division, 1,4 mils from city. Llllle Colcman, Oen. dcllvcrp. 2C-pk-10-2e FOR SALE Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rtdi nlluvial cotton & 'corn lands. Any slzo tract. TERMS l.!KE RENT. Everett D. Gee, Blylhcvitlc. WANTED TO BOY LAND: We have buyers for any sire ^r?.c(5. If you want to tell see us at once. Thomas Land Co.

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