The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 24, 1934
Page 5
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TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1984 ULYTBEVILLE, (ARK,) COURIER NBWB SECTION- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Fite'HMW Uu> RooftBf, Filming, Repairs THE ARKMO IAIMBJR CO. IOC M-10 Glass Boot an Aid CLEANERS, TAILORS rtlly rate pel line «or conswu- jive Insertions: (Five average wcias to * line) One time per line 100 T»o times pet Iliio per day ..Me Three tlme» per Itin per day .. OBc Ut time* per Due per day ..We t'cnto rtt« per lint SOt Minimum tbirge Mo Ada ordered :U T mice or u> umes and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of Umes the -jd appeared ano adjustment of bill made. All Claimed Advertising copy pibmitted by persons residing out aide of the city iruit be accompanied by cash. Rates may be t«Uy computed t:»m above Ublo. NO respousluUltv win be taxen irr more than one incorrect to- leitlon of any claiislfied ad. Advertising viaatc lor uregu- «r Lisertlone iak.« Ite oil* time itte. Limn MlU, tani Ironed in* Uttered fkaped an »ke aad cool UWM hot dayi. fh«M 111- UNIQUE CLEANING SERVICE KORRENT \VBS originally developed by t»u lii'iv.ins;. whom the c ire Km lo , . Cliu'liinaU phyMcliiiis. Dr. LJ. (' llu- limb-is impaired, and Ollwr To FrOZGn LlBHH'llwn»n mid Dr. Mont L, KCKi.j <|:VJHM':, o( thr- urtri'lc.s and veins (UP)— A gloss!'" n 'd paiH'iits .suiViTlns no M--| m Hip ]c,'s lire now available tn hnm ,n.^^ in o ninnn \vhlch ivcrely Item dlsousi's of Hie blciuil ininiy hospitals throiljilluiU 111.' c?eale 5 Se a°.d uSe pw.- fl "" la «"" 1 """ lllrtr 1 "" ta '»H'-"'I'^'U,y. S JKSi *h«''h^f h« P |£n!'°>«'">''y lu.vo l,on B n,,,uUic,,. . used to save budly lidzrn limbs i The name Klvi'ii tu Mils vu-iv iW n cc nrri iis(>Hti TWlnr which would otherwise have lo bo I treatment 1'i "passive vacul.iv .x- "WSSncnUSeilh UOCIOT _ _ arnpulated, according to tire mai;- ! C iclsf," winch lias l;ccn atjlircM : belli AtlllUltv irOHl Britain azlne, "Modern Medicine." luted to "pavacx." laslriuni'iHs i'>! The toot and pximp iippnvatuslprovUle thLs IrvaliiK'nl In cases ut ASlXJVKll. Muss. lUD—llr. Wll iinm Dncrr YYnlkrr. ol Mils ha.s become Ilu 1 leclplcnt of iill imniilly paid liy tin' Hillush TONII. us lin- cllrccl (le.sL'i'iuliiiil of Pc.Mlivll. wlinm liljtory neilltb. vvllli Kivlni; the lid 1 ol Ivi: Cliuvli'i. 11, Cliarlo I'H-iiiX'd llic Cronn •!! fours ultor (lu 1 lialilc nf WiMnvi- FURNISHED APARTMENT. Phone 683. 108 W. Kentucky. 24p k28 Furnished BEDROOMS. Mrs. Ed Hardln, 1017 W. Walnut. Call 102 ickl! OUR BOARDING MOUSE NOW, LISTEN TO ilrdl uiKl lin 1 five brollicrs con- Ci-alrd llllii In 11 hollow oak tree nnir I'oscoUcl. the locak man. 'The niinully unioimU; to aboutl MO. In [Oil The king's iiimulty, tlrcliiral by l:iin In pci|>ctiilly In gnitUtuu 1 , Mirt(j«n I1»n» .Miice licni paid lo llio de- MA13I3ON, Wls, (UP) —'Cjvjal of Kllznbclh Pendrell, lenders here are planning obsm-l ancu In 1933 of Ihc 100th innl-l vi'isiiy of Madison, Wisconsin's] capital city. |ni..l with Hi:- (loalh of Dr. Wivlk- cldfsl brother In Itnlv Kltoabclh I'm- crnlly, II Is nuw lo be inilil lo ALLEY 001' MODERN 3 room furnished or unfurnished apartment over Klrby Drug Store. F. Simon. Call 754. 30-ck-U Nicely Furnished BED ROOM. Mrs. Nolen, 310 West Walnut. 30-ck-7-30 AUTOMOTIVE PHILLIPS' USED CARS Huv A Better ITsn! Car. Select O'iie Of These licltrr Used CMS For Kcouoniiral Trinsporlaliim. Open Nle-hts UulH !»:30. •23 KOKI) TIT1UU. Ituhher Like Nnv. Oood Buy 5 95 •28 CHEVROLET COACH- Good Rubber. Kilns Guod S bD •28 I'LY.MOiml CO AC II. Worth the Mopfy S 3S •33 CHEVROLET COACH. Must See to Appreciate .. S4o;> •33 FORD TUDOR. Looks and Runs Like New S* 11 •31 DF, SOTO SEDAN. Real Gccd Looking. Motor A-l 5295 TRUCKS •3Z FORD 114 TON TKUCK. Dual Wheels, Closed Cab. 30x5 Tires, Good As New J29* '3? CHEVROLET TRUCK. \Yi Ten, 151 Inch Wheel- bate. Closed Cab. Real Motor A-l Si Save Tine and Monty by nine our complete it*ck Auto Replacement rarti Hnbtard Hardnre Co. 4»tom*tlTci DfpL - - Phow 471 6c ROOM ^ UOOU Mtals and Rooms. Reasonable prices. Mrs. T. R. Watson, 112 East Cherry, Phone M3. 1ck8-20 FURNITURE Ijiwn Chairs Unpalnted THE ARK-MO LUMBER CO. 25c AUTO ACCESSORIES Get ready for summer driving at argaiu prices you probably will never see again. Come In. Com- mre our prices on auto parts, ires, tubes, motor oil, 5 gal fl-5U. WOLF ARIAN We bell Wholbsale and Retail Phone 176 - - 128 E. Main Z!) FORD PANEL TRUCK. Rral Dairy Truck $1 •31 FORD CLOSED CAB PICK-UP' TRUCK ? PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY PERSONAL MaklM, Ke-blockini * TrunmbiE Hats We can make you old hits like new. Steam Mocked into any new Stjle. Mrs. II. O. •Wkkharo - Bess Hall At Our Residence ill West Main - - Phone 280 •IOC k8-10 WANTED TO RENT . FURNISHED 4 or 5 room house by Sept. 1. Call »t 300 S. Lake. USED CAR LOT 1st « Walnut St«. aatf. 810 - gll Corner HELP WANTED NEED three young men to rto special work through July and August. If interested, write H. H.,i care Blythevllle Courier. Z4« k26 LEGAL NOTICES BUSINESS niltECTORY CALL 127 For highest quality Kentucky, Southern Illinois and Red Ash Coal. Lowest Kin content. Good dry COOK and heating wood and kindling. Corn, hay, inlxeii teed, farm seed, table and stock salt. Home of hijh quality products ana lew cash prices. FARMERS CASH FEED AND SEED CO. A Koine Owned Business Wholesale and Retail Keep Kool with Hunter Elcctrk FANS. Unconditionally guaranteed. HUBBARD IIDW. CO. 6-ck-8-6 NOTICE DELTA VALLEY & SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY hereby gives notice that on July 5, 1334, it niccl with the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington, D. C., IU application for a certificate that the present and future public convenience and necessity require the acquisition and operation ol a line of railroad forme'rly known as the Evadale branch of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway Company -extending from '.o Evadale Junction, approximately 18.- miles, all in Poinsett and Mississippi Counties, Arkansas. DELTA VALLEY SOUTHERN. RAILWAY COMPANY. 10-17-24 Typhoid Closed Beaches TOLEDO. O. (UP)—Several bathing places in and around the cits have been condemned by Dr. Basil Brim, city health commissioner SALE following the finding of their waters. HOUSE on Trailer. $30. Good tires. T. U. 1'oe. I'houc ''4. Osceola. 23p k21 Wonderful bargains m |ood used electric refrigerators and Ice boxes. Drops Five Miles to Set 'Chute Mark" L'sed and new electric f CHEAP. Also fan repairing. Bargains in used Delco li«hl and batteries. E. B. GEE SALES CO. 407 Miin St. KKAIi K&l'ATB For Sale Dandy 40 acre OZARK farm ivlthln 2 miles. noocl town. On dally mall roule. Four room house, woven wire fence, Fruit. Price C-350—only part cash. J. C. CHAP1N Manila, Ark. KEI'AIRING 50'.V ic duct ion July Only On runiilurc repaired, rcflnlshed, up- liolslucd. Patrick al Parkh«rsVs. Tali 51. »-ck-8-J Kactoi7 authorized FRIGIDAIKE SERVICE Facloiy Trained M«h»Btc» Day G1—rhone—SUht MS E. B. GEE SALES CO. 107 Main SU How'd yon like to drop Ilk? s bullet through space.for about ftvs miles? That's That. Nikolai Ev- doXimor (above), Sovietnier, did near Leningrad whvn lie hailed out »t in tUltudt ot 26.77! fent »nd hurtled-to wlthtp 650 .(eel ct th« eartli brlore pulliaj the rip cori of Bis r>»racliulf. It Is believed to be a *aw world's recni d for delayed pt-Tacliute Jutnphii. VARE,OINNV.' ) mr\T FOR ^ .' , DINNER HUH f , ^ ' ' ' LVflDVlHlMG 15 A /^ <\t\ ftsiMMfo UP.' M ' J C'MON. OlNNV Wt'RU \ KISHIN' / ^ , ^vjj ^A^t)^M J \s ^cwtcv; j ./v^^t>E OUT TO vou k — \ i SOLID NNYGOLD'NMNE I -^ THIS \ ABOUT VOLJ TELLING ThAE TKfCT YOU DO APPROVE OF VOU TELL THEM THM = YOU L PLEASE, I WOULt) HKEt k POT OF TEW TARTS / SMElUNcS SA\JS TOR ( HER? BOOTS AND HER WASH TUBES T fZT-vjHfir CHO VKJ THINK, T^T «IR, OF THE WAV WE I HERE TO TEI i. HANDLED THE LADROjJl / VWAT I Tlfl.'sk'- AFFAIR? . /I CAME TO fIJO OUi / / V/T5M'V VGt. HAVE | HUMPH ! "lt= "A J I A IS fNDEEC AH HOUOt?. PLEWURiS, A •SIR. / W«£AtJCE. By JS«U TMERC-J 1 :(3METHIN r THftT^LL RAISE A LUMP OW THW (OlSE-CRflCKIN 1 K)ME Op SALESMAN SAM PATCH O tf ROUT-!P WHERE Tl-lEV HOPS! ^THERE'S A ROW OVER IN GOOFV 6CX3<5IN!'S GOOVGRAMt? GPUELL IT/ NEVER MIMD •STUFF, A STOP TO IT f 001JTCHf\ KS40U3 (OHfXT r\ FRECKLES ANT) JIIR FRIENDS VJE F.^C THAT 5 START FIRt FOB ME, FRECkLES...0UiLO ON MCH ROC«.. NUTTV GET Bl.MkET OUT OF BCD ROLL.' •u. WE ROE5 MY TRAPS AND TAVS THE PtLTS HIW5ELF...TM1S MAN IS BATGtSE... HE'S BAP.'. 1 FIKCT v/E \ ^ V/APT FCF! V'J. i-3l=P - HE oo.:,;iTA Bt /..RRESTED, BUT WE'RE M1LE5 B»3M A SHERIFF'S F) TELuINQ HIM YOO HAVE V/HAT ARE YOU GONNA DO ABOUT IT? PRACTICALLY DONE, ALREADY ,;l OFFICE fv

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