The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1936 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 17, 1936
Page 9
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1936 K (AUK.) COtlUlEft NEWS PAGE CTT WHAT YOU WANT y/offl^ WANT ADS CLASSIFIED •ADVERTISING'^ INFORMATION Daily rate per Hue for consecutive ^Insertions: •" ' ' ' -. One time ,pcr line •• i..'.•;- ••••• 'I" 0 , Two times per -line ,per-day i.> 0«c Three'.times per;liue:per day... OOu Six times ipcr'line .'per day'..,,05o Month rate pcr«luie ...60s Cards of Thanks .... BOc & Minimum charge We Ads -ordered ,JW, l«Ve w /mes .and *e5'^d uefore .xi tioii will-^-charged.for the nun- .bcn«f'times ihc- art appeared ana. ' -All Classified Advertising' • copy .»ibniittcd by' jicrsoiis residing out•Me of ilie ; clty must bo-accom- Business Directory Personal •WE -1'AY CASH <KOR 2ND HAND F.URN1IWJRE Phone 1031 Hubb»rd 2nd Hand Furniture :Store , .\, •-. .-Ship rby.",-, .. i>. W. PARKER STKUCK LINE Dependable Dally : :S-ervlce to and -From Memphis ', ' i , Keep-F»l(ht Monty.«t Home ' Call 127 -.. 808. W. Ash St./ QET pUB PRICES ON' ".' COTTON SACKS We Have' PELLAGRA Medicine on-market 20 years, registered In .U. '8. Pat. office. 30-day ^treatment J5.00 Office over Blytheville Bakery HO;.CAMPBELL,CHEMICAL CO. .,'"', B«x M3, Birthevllle, Ark. Salesmen Wanted Salesmen to on schools, teachers and parents. Convent-, ieiit. territory. Pleasant, dignified, steady and permanent. Call At 117 South Broadway. • : AUTO LOANS ; Cash Advanced—Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED »o .co-signers. Just bring car and registration card along. U.W.MULLINS , Sudbury JJIdj. Phone 4S5 MAN WANTED for Ruwlelgh Roule of 800 families. Write today, liiuvleigli's, D.cp't. ' AKI-21-SA, Memphis, Tonn. FIGURE .WITH US' ON 'insertions ^takes 'itlic 'one' time' rate!] • No responsibility will 'be •• taken for more .than one incorrect, Insertion .of any classified ad. ., Targe Supply Coming 'in •• * Hubbatd Hdw. Co. For Kent £ .room .furnished apartment, 622 W. Ash. Inquire after 3 p.m. : ; 17-ck-tf 3 & A room FURNISHED apartments, reasonable. Call -280. - , 3 rRooms, Unfurnished. : 710 W. Walnut. Mrs. J. T. -Hall. ICc ktf 8 Room House. ;1 .1-.4 acres land. ;$15 ;month. Mrs. :John Long, 421 S. 2nd. 15p k!3 4 Room ^Unfurnished House, 1th & Main. $25 month. Call 274-W 15c kit 10 2 FURNISHED ROOMS, Mrs. Ted .Qrecn. Call ;8H-J. c-k-tf Nicely Furnished Front Bedroom cteam lieat, garage. 'Flione 560 Ic k -1 2 or ••? room Furnislied A))art- ment; treasonable. :D14 Hcarn. • 21p fc 8-21 GErr 'VIpOBATONCKt Nett' 1 'Oslrc* Tonic TaU •lets coulnln - raw oyster -invlg- piBtoi's .,and,,j .other ' .stimulants, One' <lose >|>epa -up -organs, glaiids. If not delighted, maker refunds few cents'paid. Call, write Klrby Bros. Drug Store, Wanted NoW is tKo lime to ' WEATHER STRIP before -winter" comesi SEE US FOR iESTIMATES THEARjiH) PHONE M Your 'feet .will -be :ftt -ease in Selby's Styl-eez Shoes, ;»6 ,'<fe $6.50 Bother Shoes r$4.50 to !.$5.50 New Economy Shop ~PIANO -STUDIO REOPENING t MRS. L. iN. ;MATHI8 Piano' - - - • Harmony 625 W. Main -Call 277-J wanls '.bookkecpcr-stcnograph- s a .position on or p be- forc Oct. 1. Marie Harnlsh, Chicago Mill. 2 room, house.for negro couple who orki out. .' Call 258-W. Male Help Wanted MAN to handle vending machlni • route -in Blytheville and vlclu Ity. Part 1 or full-time. No selling Hundred and eighty 'dollars casl required. Thirty dollars weekly t start. 'Write Box "M", Courie News. 15c k2 Found ,ONG RUBBER BOO1' by .Cocu Coin plant. Owner may -have same by -paying for :thts .ad at Courier News office. KEY-RING .with slxikoys on id Including U'o Yale keys. ,owner may have same by, ;payit)g 'for clwrges .at Courier News office. Knsl. The purohasci' will be required to execute boml with approved security nml n lien will be retained uixm tlic |>io|Krly, -un-l III the purchase iprlcc Is puld, WITNESS my lintid'as such Commissioner this September 10, 1036. A. F. SMITH, Special Commissioner. Shane & Fendter, Sollcllora for Tlnlnllfls, i 10-17 IN \VAUNlN(i OKIWIC THE CHANCKRY :COUIIT, GlllCKASAXVUA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Albert Jolley, Plaintiff. vs. ;No. iC25D lilslo Marie ;Jollcy. licfcntlniil. Tlisi defendant, 'Elsie •Mnrlc Jolley, Is -svnriicd to apix.iir within thirty clays In the court named NOTICE OK COMM1S8IONKR'S| in llio caption hereof nml answer the complaint of the plalu- lilf, Albert Jolley. ; Dated this 21tii day of Auuust; 1030. • I H. M. .CRAIG, Clerk, Dy A. F. Smith, >D. C. Edhor Traces Evolution Of Newspaper Makeup NEW YORK. (UP)—The physical evoludon of iiQwsimpers toward creater and legibility Is truced ,by. John E. Allen In n new book, "Newspaiicr Mnkcup." •'iHlbllsluld'by Harper & Brothers,. ;Ncw York. More than 400 .sample Illustrations of .ncvispaiwr fonnut niv.l live ncwspniwr workers as well as for teachers and ^students of Journalism. Allen, editor of the Linotype News for H years, 'draws upon his experience us well us tlml of mechanical (superintendents of metropolitan papers in discussing sclcetlon and arrangement fnccs. lo open, but n tree broke his fall. He escaped with several broken ribs, u fractured arm and leg, and became u pnpcrlinngcr, A few dnys ago, he fell > four feet from n ladder while papering a room, ills leg was broken. Bui he will not .change his ' vocation ho snld. Read Courier Ncus Want Ads. ELECTRIC ft. ACETYLENE Wl'A AUb»m» Record niRMINQHAM, Alu. (UP)—TllO Works Piogress Admlnlstrnllon; wont more than eighteen million lint 13 months of Us WELDING AT PEST .I^RICBB '' PROMPT 3HWCE Barksdafe JKg. Co. PHONK U 'Notice Is Jtcreby given that'the undersigned. ;«s Commissioner of the .Chancery .Court for 'the i.Chlck- nsaKba iDislrict. of Mississippi .County, Arkansas, aclitis r under imlhorily of a decree ^rendered .-MnyiM, '133G, ,in a :cause ,pending wherein American Central Life insurance Conipnny, 'Inc,, plaintiff, .and ;Oyi«y >b. 'Haw ct :al., were 1 'defc:fdants, .will, .at. .the -door of -the icoiirt .house .In Blytheville, on -tlic' 2nd .day 'of i October, 1936, i offer ;fqr ; «a'lc -lo •the highest :nncl :best 'bidder, upon a credit of three months, tlic Southeast Quarter (SE'/O of' the 'Southwest. Quarter (SW'/i) nnd the Southwest Quarter (SW 1 /.) or the Southeast Quarter <SE',1), Section Six (C), Township Fifteen (15) North, -Hnnge. Eleven (11) J. Graham .Sudbury, Ally. .Ail 'Lllom. Unfurnblied apartment, 4 rooms ,vV .bath; newly .<lccoratcd. il25 W. 'Kentucky, .p.''Simon,-call 764. -ll-c-k-tf- FOR SALE—Several thousand acres of choicest land in <N. iE. Ark: and S. E. Mo., -improved .nml ri improved, easy lerms .less than rent. Yes, I will trade' for anything of -value. Wm. 'MoRvrland Telephone 936. Blytheville, : Ark. For Complete course In typing; _ •hand, liookecping., Also'Tevlew shorthand class. Prices -very reasonable. Mrs. -L.' M. Call 824 W. .•.'.". GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. Coal-feed- llarn tu .lie Klck-l'ruot NASHVILLE, Tcnn. (UIM—Mules and Jackasses with reckless tendencies will be frustrated ';byn new '.'klck-pi'ool" barn when 'they me placed on exhibition ill 'tlic- .suite fair. The klckiprooflug .has .been attained by the addition of an extra layer of oak planking between -the stalls. 'Retired 'Chute Jumper Hurt as Paperhangcr GALVESTON, Tex. (UP)—W. .0. Baker, 55, Uivlllnl thousands with spectacular paruclnile Juiniw during a career of .Imrn.'itonnlng from 18!)1 to 1912. A parachute failed Strrte* - OM OPEN ALL NIGHT SERVICE CENTER Phones TT1 - t'.O HEAR! HEAR! K you 'liiive a buviiil .association ccrlificntc of liny kind on your loved ones \ylion tlicy pus's away, we .will accept it at lull valuc'bn the funcrnl, provided you buy as 'much as ,§GO or more in merchandise. '". COBB FUNERAL HOME I'HONE 26 TKKRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, T.ands & I^ans •13. Jl. Terry, I'r«s. uud Msr. 1'hanc G17 Blythuvllle, Ark. RADIO REPAIRING A OMIfM* UM «f TpW* u4 Dn. Wert & Wert OPTOMJ7TBIST8 Over Joe '< Isaac*' Stor* -WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phoiia MO FOR SALE We have on hand now nnd: ready for delivery new crop, of Alfalfa Stcd for retail or to dealers. If interested scoius.. L R.Matthews Gin Co. <!otlon, Cotton Swd and Glut Tel. 1511-3 Yarbro, Ark HUBBARD T1BB * BATTKBT COk ! raomt M 1-RF.nifJTED We Handle All LeadihC Brand* : . of llilth tirade foal • SUMMIT, GREAT HEART, 15H1LI.IANT, MONTIOELLO etc,, including our famous SUPIIEME —Also Siind and >Gravel-^ ,Superior Coal & Mining ,Co. Phone 7M , Now Located at '101 'North Second ADDING MACHINE &'TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON KIWAUD.S, Proprietor All iiKikcs of Kclnillt Typewriter),,' Adding Machines r and ' ,<:«lctil»tors—Rep i»iri n B—Pu rls—Kib bons FOR PERMANENT 'WELDING & IMMEDIATE SERVICE—CALL 1 Blytheville .Madiine -Shop .PHONE 808 .or 848 " . . '. Second iia'nd, double oven Reslau-1 rant Range. Oood condition. Cheap. JXirnlture Co. , • , n-pk-21 SAWMILL, piantalton mill with cut off and cdgcr, with or without power. New Deal Trading Post, 104 W. Main. ... 15p k!8 Cable-Nelson Studio Piano. Like new. Cheap for'cash.'Jack Craig, 310 S. Lake. 14p k!8 Highest Prkes Paid ,„. For 'Used 'Furiutnfe '• WadeFurftitureCo. 301-303 E. MAIN Truetone Jr. 5 Tube Auto Radio completely Installed $27.50. Truetone Radios for home at-tremendous savings. Guaranteed Tubes & .Batteries. Tubes tested free-,-Radio Service.. Western Auto Associate Store. Mrs. J.-J. Da\is —Spencer Corseticre Cull 421-W.for Appolntnicnts : Beautiful Boston Terriers, litler registered A. K. C., from prize! winning stock. Velma Lollin, HuM-| man, Ark. Mp k21 DELCO PLANT, for cash, or transfer equity. Easy payments. Walter Vastblnclcr, Box 1, Manila.' 12-p-k-lQ Good used LOG TRAILER cheap. Blytheville Machine Shop. 7c klf O'BRIEN'S CAFE, completely equipped. Doing good business for past 1G years. BARGAIN. Brunswick POOL TABLE, plete. CHEAP. JORDAN SEDAN, in good condition. At give &way price. P. SIMON, Call 164 Get the benefit of summer prices Fill Up Now "My Coal Is Black- But I Treat You While" LOCAL HAULING JOHN BUCHANAN— PHONE FRESH REELFOOT CRAPPIE 35c Per Order Lion Gas 16.8c Per Gallon HARRY BAILEY'S Good Used Trucks INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS PICK-UP f~ 1 C-35 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK f 1 1933 FORD I'/j TON ..TRUCK Delta Implements/ Inc. FOR SALE 6 room house, bath. Large lot. Across, from htgti and grade schools. Cheapest taxes in town. Could be made Into apartment. *M Chickasawb dh U FOR SALE—1 Faultless Electric Washing Machine, I Easy Way 5 burner Oil stove, Mattrest and Springs. Apply llllfi West Main .ISp k!8 Keal Estate Wanted to rent:'. t5 to 150 acres land. Bank reference. J. B. Hall, Slecle, Mo., 'Rl.'"l. - p-k-19 At the Arch State Line WANTED— AI.I, KINDS I JUNK S5 to S6 Per Ton-- - - Aluminum, lOc Ib.i^ ., • Brass, 2c to 4',4c Ib. Copper Wire, 4 to .So >lb. Radiators, 4',4c ,lb. . HIDES & FURS •WOLF ARIAN PHONE 176 . . .123^. MAIN ALADDIN" LAMP PARTS Don't forsct we .have .genuine Aladdin Lamp Parts—25c Each . BURKE HDW. CO. TRANTHAM TRANSFER 4 CO. Moving Mo room up. Pianos $1 up. PHONE 9«4 ' Eggs, Poultry For Sale: 20 A. Improved farm on N. Division, .14 : mile from city. Llllie Coleman, Gen. Delivery. | 26-pk-10-2S FOR SALE Several thousand i acres southeast Missouri rich nlluvlal cotton •& corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS' LIKE RENT. Everett B. Ge«, Blytheville. ; . . WANTED TO BbY LAND: wii h^ve buyers for' ; any size tracts. If you •OTnt-to.sell see us .at.once. Thomas Land Co. BABY CHICKS—Blood Tested Barred Rocks, White Rocks, R 'I. Reds, ^Whlte Leghorns, $7 per hundred, .Postpaid. FRANKLIN COUNTY HATCHERY, Union, Mo Batteries BETTER BATTERY' 8ERVIO1: Call J. B. dune At Tom Jackson's Service Station Laundry LAUNDRY WORK. Can (Jo good work and need the- Job. Mrs.'Letha Mick, 616 Lake St. Room and Board ROOM:.&' BOARD Mrs." J.'-E.; Crook::-'; Call' 433-w NOW, 'LOOK WHAT'S LOOSE IN THE J/ANIH LEFT T'DIELIKEAPAT- MY SISTER-SHE'S BACK OF THIS-ALL-BECAUSE SHE FELL FOR THAT BUT I'LL OITEVEMrllL FIX 'MEE-IPI BIG OL' DIKlOSAUR/I'LL • •BURN'EM ALL DOWM, AW THEM 1'UL &IT THAT MOOVIAKJ ''• .MUG - < MOMKEY.WlTH OL' klU6 WUR, VJIliLTHEY! HAHM'LL SHOW 'EM-ANJ''WHAT1 WOUT DO TO THAT FRECKLE-HIDED GlAWT WHO SLUGGED ME , AW CARRIED OFF TH' AH!THAT;MOOVIAM GICL,OOOLA-HMM .1 ... WHAT :fH-? J SOUWDED LIKE AN AMIMAL ,1 BETTER GO EASY, GOOD GOOREESWOFS/ TS MY .OLD, LOST •DIK1OSALJJ2 - DAY OP HAND SAR..' WOTTA T'STAET CRACklW 'DOWM// ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES CHIl'iOPK THE OLD BLOCK! HI, FELLERS.'WHERE'S PAPA? \ UWJo? c - HOUI5 WALLIS, JR. HE? COME TO . ) WHUi i /LIVE WITH u?. IWT THAT WONCJERHJL A SAILOlfTrb THE END! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THE:FIRST '; THUG WE ; C50ITA' ': t)O>IS PLUS up I SOME OF i rm SEAMS! we WERE• LEAKING WATER PLEWTY! WELU,V/E RE HOME AT LAST! YOU. GUVS GET .OS.SIE.YoU GO • BACK AND LOCK {UP THE CAEIM .AND GET THE • PEST OP OUR \VHAT ARE THE RULES, > RIVER' BOATS ? ARE "IfA SUPPOSED TO aVIM/ASHORE, OR GO .DOWN WITM I GUESS WE DOWT HAVE TO HE WAWTS, FRECK! STUFF ASHORE! . .I'l^h

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