The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
Page 7
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THURSDAY, JULY-it, iM4 •LYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NBW8 *AGB SIVIR CIASSIFIED SECTION- «»^w&2 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Nicely PuTH^bnt BEP ROOK- Mrs. Helen, 310 W«rt W»lnut. rai$ per dJ»e tor conMOV- /ve Insertions: (Fire average voidi to • Un») One lime per line. l» Two times, per llrw per 4ay .. OK Thr« ttaw per llm per day .. H« FJi time* i»r toe per day .. 0»o Vonth rate per llm •*• Minimum chart* Mo Ad» oraerea lu' uiree or tu umei and slopped belor* explra t'on will b« charioa for UK num- Ler of tJme« the »d appejuwl MO adimtmert of bill made. All ClAEiinea Advertising copy «nbmltted by perecru residing out n'df of the city trust be »oconi p«nled by rish. Bates may be tully computed l."mu above UbU NO retponsiDlUtv win be Uten irr more than one Incorrect to action of any classlftrd ad. Advertlslug oraeitc for Irrtgu »r Insertion r&kf th« one time i»tt. Uoe« mil* hurt |r*W< »•* t#JUr- cc»k*rtd«r* •*• aa* e*«l thct* b*t daya. nwM 111. , UNIQUE CLEAN.JNQ SERVICE by CLEANSES, T4IM)*E AITTOMO11VB is SAVING Tirri«. Make Home R«ppir* Mow. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. The. HOME is Still Anu'rica's I'rpmlt'r Investment. K. C. ROBINSON MJMHER CO. We liu.v Paint 'and Wall 1'iilH'r at Jobber's Prices iind Siive You the l)lif«feiu'c. K. C. ROIIINSON CO. CAMPBE1J/S MASTKR I'AINTKU'S WIHTI-; $U.07 Per Gallon. K. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PAPER . 7c to ;Ulc per single roll. A hirgf Hstiortincnt^if Sqn- Testfd I'allerps to sefcft frow. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. REMEMBER • "W* Can'j Sell All the Coal So We'Jufll'Sdl the Btst.v gave Tine <w4 utlni Mtr c««flete iteck Aolo KcplaceBHl Parti IUbt>ar4 Harlnn C«. Automotive Dtpt, - - rhone 47C «e M-6 UOOM ft BOARP GOOD M«aU and Reomi. |Ui»e- able prices Mr*. T, ft, Watufc, IU East Cherry, Titan IK. 29« il-K FURNITURE Lawn Chain Unpainted tt 85 THE ARK-MO LUMBER CO. »5C k7-26 AUTO ACCESSORIES PHILLIPS' USED CARS You Can Either Hive 3 Ktlttr Used Car or You Can Have Some Extra Money for Somflhinj Else, If You Buy Now Instead of Next Fall. Vou Also Get a Better Choice for Our Collection Is Complete. Get ready for summer driving at bargain prices you probably will never see again. Come In. Compare our prices on auto parts, tires, tubes, motor ol\, 5 gal »150. . WOLF AKIAN We Sell Wholesale and Retail Phone 17$ - - 128 E. Main •21 DODGE SEDAN. Good, Looks Good Runs 5195 •30 GKA11AM SEDAN. A Real Good Buy S •28 CADILLAC COUPE. 4 New Tires, Motor A-l .. $191 •K FORD V-8 COUPE. New Rubber, Runs Good $35* •33 FORD V-8 TliUOR. Looks and Rurs Like New ?«1 ooms and Apartmeris for FAIR visitors. Me per person for nljhl. V. A. Snttdjrass, 11 W. Superior; t., Chlr.t«»- M P VK Making, Re-blockinj & TriDUBtaf Hats Ve can make your old bats like lew. Steam blocked lrt« any new Style. Mrs. H. G. Wlciham - Bejj Hall At Our Residence 611 West Main - - Fhoae 280 100 k8-10 •3.3 CHEVROLET COACH. Real Good Buy $455 TRUCKS •32 CHEVROLET 151 Inch TRUCK. CO !1W. Bargain $36;> CHEVROLET TRUCK. CC Tires 131 Inch D\V- New •31 FORD P. U. C. C. TRUCK. 6-ply Tires .............. *•* •JO FORD. STATION WAGON. '• ••- e-fc •-T&Ji-s?. .rr: . '. ..... :-*U We Are Open Kigbts. Come Atte Supper an* -Make 1'our Selection PHILLIPS MOM COMPANY ~ USEb CAR LOT Corntr Ut « Walnut St». I'noct 810 - 811 i'ERSONAL SALESMEN WANTED Advertising Specialty Salesman free lance or side line to represent, large Chicago Organization. Lucrative business with genuine uture possibilities. ADDRESS BOX "A," Courier News. BUSINESS WIIECTOHY CALL 127 For highest ounllly Kentucky, Southern Illinois and ReU Ash Coal. Lowest flfii content. Good dry coot and heating wood and kindling. Corn, hay. mixed Jeed, farm seed, table and stock salt. Home of high quality products and low cash prices. FARMERS CASH FEED AND SEED CO. A Home Owned Business Wholesale und Retail Keep Kool with Hunter Eleclrk. FANS. UnrondilionallT guaranteed. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given 'that the undersigned commissioner, In compliance with the terms ol a decree rendered by the Chancery Court • for the Chtckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas; on the 2«th day of February, 1934, wherein Commonwealth Building:& Loan Au'n. was Plaintiff, No. 5555, and R. L. Sherrick et al were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, for cash, qn a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blylhevllle, Arkansas, on the 18th day of August, 1934, the following real estate, to-wit: Lot 14 and the West Half (VV',4) Lot IS Block One Highland Place Addition to Blytheville, Arkansas, Said Sale will be had to satisfy aid decree in the sum of $1006.02 '1th 10 per cent interest from August 28, 1933. THE purchaser a' K said sale will x required to execute bond with pproved security, to secure the ayment of the purchase money, nd a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security or the payment of such purchase money. K. <J. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. > OUR BOARDING MOUSE ON THK SI'OT! COME T'HAMIT AFTURMOON ,..,,_ COCOANUT MILK WITH TL1 ' ' SHE 5 TOINCES5 WOOTiETOOT LIKE SHE SWD FOR ME TO- SO SWEET OF .VOO TO COME - HAVt $12. ,QOO A "ROCKIE U\M A ) / AND DULL i \ ATMOSPHEFE -E- HEEUE / DON'ICHA W$T LOME NFTERNOON COCOANUT MILK HE'S BASHFUU-BUT HE'lA. WKE ft VJOW OF A THEV'RE LIKE ft COUPLE LOVE BIROS/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES DOWN TO BRASS TACKS! VCH3 AND 1 MAttR\EO '. 1 CMAt WtWE TELV. VOO THKV I CMiV GO T«?O X SIMPW CAN'T 1 TO006HV TUt ' OtCtNTC T\\IV4& TO DO TO TtVL VOU SO WOUV.O VC TOO WRON6 ? YCHS LOOH TO OO.V1OW? VOOR , Ott OOT Of ,on eoowo . TWO O'CV-OCVd TO MMJHV ,NiO TOVO ' AW HUBBAK11 1IDW. CO. D-ck-8-E FOh SALE Wonderful bargains in good n* electric refrigerators and ice boxes. Vsti and new electric fai CHEAP. Al» fan repalrinf. Bargains in used Delco light plai and batteries. E. B. GEE SALES CO. 407 Mi in St. REPAIRING 50 fr redaction Julj Only OB Furniture repaired, reflnlshed, np bolstered. Patrick at Parkhrot's. Call 57. »-ck-g- Faclory atitnerized FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE Factory Trained Mechanics Day 67—Fhone—Ni|fct 382 E. B. GEE SALES CO. 407 Main St. Free Horne lx»n Estimates Roofing, Painting. Repairs THE ARK MO LUMBER CO. IQc 13-1 FOR RENT MODERN 3 room furnished or un furnished apartment over Klrb Drug Store. F. Simon. Call 764 30-ck-i rurr.ishcd BEDROOMS. Mrs. ft. Hardin, 1017 W. Walnut. Call 10 1C i WASH TUBBS WITNESS my hand and the eal of said Court, on ^his, the 8th day of July, 1934. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner In Chancery. 7-19-26 Holiest Ohio Jane In 100 Yrs. CINCINNATI, (UP)—June was he hottest here in more than 100 •cars' weather bureau recording, according to the month's records cept by W. C. Devereoux, United States meteorologist. The dally average temperature was 79.4 SEF, E sy, 5UT HDW'D VOU LEfiRkJ THflT BABE MAILED THE PISTOL AWAV FROM THE BSMK7 WRAPPER " OF THE PACKAGE— • IT WAS THE KEY TO THE ENTIRE SOLUTION. OfJLV THE'. ' WRAPPER ' VE^,ADDRESSED IN HE"^ HAMO, AWD SENT FIRST CLA55TO HER APAUTME^r.f WHEKJ QUESTIONEir-,'jl SAID THE PACKAGE CONTAINED A FVMR OF STEP-IMS. FIGURING IT OUT! -. BEINffi ASECReTARvfwEW -rnfl, T CLASS MAIL IS 2* AM OUNCE. NOW O£T TH1'>- STEP-IMS CAM SE HAILED r ABOUT Cjifc, V6T TkrERE£ WAG By CFU Of STAMPS CM THE WRAPPER. WHY? WELL, I FIGURED THSRE MUST O' \ ' 8EEKJ A REASOW. I WEIGHED THE PISTOL.' FOR MAJLIKJG PISTOL.I PLUS 64 FOR STEP.]fJ5, EQUALS THE/iMOCJNr ON 7HE PACKAGE. SALESMAN SAM DETECTIVE HOWDY IS CLASSIFIED! Hy Smii ANNOUNCEMENTS The Courier Nfvi hu been iu- •Jiorlzed to inncmnct the (ollowlnt i« candidate* tn public oBlce, aub Set to the DeioocraUe prlnwi? For IVY W. CRAWFORD CURTIS J. LITTLE For Reelection for Second Term • For Coatr JMt* ZAL B. HARRISON GEORGE W. BARHAU For Neater •( Cmtred CLINTON L. CALDWELL r«r SKenn tai CMlectw CLARENC* H. WILSON For Re-elertton for Second Tern r«r JOT 8. PULAHUNTT ROLAND OMKN Ftr CJrcwK Cwrl Ctefk HUOH CRAIO ADDIBON SUrpI R. B. (tULUl 1 ) STOUT F*r Ctmtj pMrt Clerk FRID rUfDUS For Rc-BtNtte for fc>d Ttm OAREY WfX>DBTJRN !M SWjIMMIM'.'l NEVER \T.' (N A PINCH/IT THIS GOfJNft MK5HTV THREE CHEERS PER TH CHIEF, PER GWlM 1 NE O OFF — FOLLOWED BV ft LOUD SPLftSH.IW A SECOND? SAV A STAR FISH f FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AN ECHO IN THE VALLEY! By B)oss« E-PLANNED ON PUSHING. L DOWN'THE RIVER A WAYS, AND >HEAD!NG-INLAND FOR <IOOD "|HUNTINC.,..WHAT DO YOU THINK. CHARLIE?.. R. L. 1BOi.Ti OAQJE8 •f TMnwkif DOV.'N RIVER,MEBBE TN'.'ENTY M.LE,F[fJDlJM GOOO FISH....OVER FEATHER KEADOV/ C^OO GAM^... BEAI?, DEER AND PLGKfTY COOM! u?- HERE CALLED ECHO LEDGE... CAH- OOT N-f ME, Sf-f ITJTOO...SOME- TIME 'MEOBE , FOUR HELLO! HEU.O!WH*T ARE You DOWN

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