The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1936 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 6, 1936
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J£lMSlUV,_ OCTOBtf u 6, » KLY'iWVII ,LK (AUK.) COtJiUEli NKWS PAOfc SEVEN E*«aa y<w cow GET WHAT YOU wmmm m WANT AD$ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING liWORMATIOiN Business Directory I Tailor Shops Buy your Hardware, Delco Rtullos, Bicycles, SelucrlniB Tires. Uclco mitcrlcs & Auto Accessories nt i. I Cioo<l allowance for your old Dally rale per line for consccu- live inscrllons: One time per line 10c Two times per line per day .. 08c Three times per lino i>cr day .. 05c Six times per line per day .. 05CJ Month rate per line 60c| Carets ot Thanks — 60c & V5c Minimum charge (jte j Ads 'ordered (at Jirt- 'jc jixl /.mes anil Jbcp»rfd oeforo .xpiru- lion wilt -c chai'seil for the imbiber c.l times the ucl nppeaved ano. td}''mcmV of bill inailc. All classified (Advertising .copy Submitted by persons residing outside of the city must lie ticcoin- nanicil by cash. Hates may he easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for iricuulari Insertions lakes Ihe one time rate.) Ijp responsibility will be-taken j lor'more than one Incorrect, Inser-j lion.of any classified ad.,' Hubbard Hardware Co. Tei-iiis To Suit You Do You Kcmciiibcr— LAST WINTER? Coal was scarce aiul hard lo ^ But Harry Bailey's Coal Co. never fai:ed to supply the demand of their customers. Don't Forget •ilARHY ISAILKY .'. . This Winter! ' Reliable Service. - Illinois Coal - - Good Prices .V Phone Jr>0. r > F-'l: " For Kent 2 room nicely -.furnished MENT, G22 W. Main. garage. 621 Dancing; Every Night Wmiltxer Electric Vlctrola Featuring 4atcst dance lilts Cafe, awl service Station Former, RUBBLE JOHNSON Plan South Ul, Slcelc. Mo, nut. & juts. jiMMit: SANDERS •.valer furnished, ; . -^-^— •• — so. like" st: IP M! ALADDIN LAMP'PARTS APAKT- 10-ck-tf on new tailored Mill. CiKOItGli U MUllt, Tailor still! Acting Is Goal of Comedienne Wanted I'o borrow $2500; excellent security. l>ayiii£ real estate. Call MO for lnfor>nallon. O-pk-Bii 2 room liottse for negro couple who work out. Call 25G-W. Wanted To Purcliase—2-mule liay baler, a mule drawn disc break-j ing plow, 1028-31 Ford Coach, "12' Chevrolet or Plymouth Coach, (Dealers don't apply). C. F. Dunn, Luxora. Ark. 23p kB Lost 2 COMPRESS'• RECEIPTS. J. W.' Perry, Dell, liox 1'L 5-pk-S j Modern FURNISHED DEDIIOOMS. | 1000 W. Walnut St. 17-ck-tf 2 or 3 room Furnislied Apartments. Reasonable. 0» Hcarn. . . , 3p k ll-l 5 room FURNISHED Apartment, 713 cnickasavi'ba. 1 E. M. Baton. 3c kit For gale 3 piece living room suite, good condition. Reasonable- inquire Courier News. • _:.' ; : : 5-pk-U Will sell $150 credit ...rill' Plymouth for $75; new 195"Ford Car heater, Reasonable. Mrs.--Briscoe, in w'l Main. Dan't forjct we have, genuine Aladdin Lump 1'arts—25c Each BURKE HDW. CO. Jlrs. .1. J. D;ivis — Spencer Corsclkrc Call 421-W for Appoinlmenls Athlete's Broken Nose j Made Over for College FORT WORTH. Tex. fUI'l — Kick Crowlcy, former lil'/h school rilhletc here, look lieaulv treatment lx?forc .seeking further honors in basrlial! mid basketball. His nose has been broken twiec — each lime by friends. One accidentally hit him with a b^clwll tat, nml (he other smashed hls'i face wllli a basketball. Growley had his nose .slraighl- nccl before slarllnj (o Texas Vcsleyan college In I'orl Worth. Plate Glass WE CAN MAKE DESK & DRESSER TOPS AT VERY ATTRAC- T1VF. PRICES. Arkmo Tiiinber Co, ! BARGAINS!! r'HKio CHEVROLET PICK UP ',: 1932 V-8 FORD SEDAN Delta Implements, Inc. 2-POOL TABLES, complete, $50; M iuleresl in poo! hall, beer garden & lunch room. GIVE AWAY price. Luxora pool hall, Luxora, Ark. .' ; - -- 1 t PtJRNlSHiNGS for' "1 room apart- UnelK'.l will sell, separately. .A^o - sSiinws baby^bwj, ,,\yardrob=, day ^"brSI. Reasonab'le. lilrs'.'^ Cliarleo $&(. •':•' •" ;I ..,"i-o^t :; For Sale or Itent Hesiclcnce, store building and fixtures for sale cheap or will rent lo : permanent renter. G40 Take'St. Will be vacant soon Sec Dr. Saliba. Phone 410. 29-cklf Phone 40 • TJSKI) COAT. STOVES .. $5 AND Ul' Hardaway Appliance Co. MAIN & >'2ND ,- - PHONE 33 EXI'F.RT RADIO Klil'AIIlINO RADIO BATTERIES & TUBES )akota Area-Set Aside ,As Erosion' Laboratory FARGO, N. D, (UP)—TiSlab- islimcnt of a new-erosion control leinonstratio.i area or approxi- nalcly 25,000 acres has been nude known by H. u. Hennctt, :f of Ihc Soil Conservation Service. 'Ilic territory • is in IJotlincaii co»!,ty. In noi'lh' 1 central North Onkcla. Bennett made known .he plan in a communication AI J^Y~OOT> Close Out Prices , On All Paint To prepare - for new slock Sherwin-Williams line. Shouse-Henry Hdw. Cc Phone 35 ,-,-_ '- - Free Delivers WANTED—ALL KINDS JUNK : -' $5 to' Sli Per Toii I' 1 " vnAluminum, lOe Ib. : ; '..,!icopper'wire. '4,'ib Sc' Ib." ' '• Kadiatofs, 1 4'ic Ib. : 'IIID13S & FURS WOLF AIUAN PHONE 176 120 E. MAIN CHOSLEY table ciition. Chcnp. after 1 P. M. radio. goCKl con Call 30C or - 1 DANCE AT THE GREEN INN ' CAFE IN CONNECTION Mr. niul Mrs. Floyd Smith, former ly ot Blytlievillc, new owners past 1C years. BARGAIN.. Brunswick POOL TABLE, com- pletc. CHEAP. JORDAN SEDAN, in good condition. At (jive away ixrice. F. SIMON, Chll 761 Gootl nswl LOG TRAILER cheap. Blytheville Machine Shop. 7c klf Keal Estate Want lo Rent or Buy 5 room 'ccltage, prefer pavement. Also want to rent, or buy 80 or 100 acres near Blytheville. O. F Dunn, L'jxora, Ark. Your feet will be at ease li Other Shoes S4.50 to $5.50 New Economy Shop New Carload Shipment MOORE'S H E A T E R S, C O O I STOVES, OIL & GAS BURNING STOVES, FUEL OIL HEATEKS Voodoo Dunces Kvplaltieil ''OUTLAW), OH'. lUPJ-Cant, Jum«i II. Hurdle, U. S, Marine.!, will urijuo with miyono who thinks vowloo is 11 religion and voodoo ilrums ure used us Iclenraphlc In- MiuinctiUi. Voodoo ceremonies me Haitian native dances, he say.',, and llio sole use ot the drains to furnish rhyllnn for the ilnncc. Dn/.ed Fox Attacks Man OltOVILLI'j, Oil. CU1')— Cms Ail- Iran, 71!. veteran plainsman, believes he Is the only man who was ever attacked by a fox. The animal was apparently dazed by a brush nre. Antrim finally killed 11 with a stone bill not until lorn on* his shirt. tlie fox had Dumb blond role. 1 ; Unit Ucklo, audjcuccii 1 risibiHlics ni'c all Hint directors fiivc wistful Marie'• Wilson, ;iHho»ii!h hor nmbilion is ' lo net. More she is, whopping Uic lar out of ii bij; bass ftdcUe, iti on6 of her latest pictures. (o II. I... Wnlsler, director of the North Dakota Agricultural college extension service. Numerous American factories turn out • more than 10,000 watches a day, or more than 3,000,000 an- 1 Dually. ST.YTEMKNT OP TIIK OWNEU.SHIIr, MANAC1KMKNT, CIRCULATION ETC., KKlJIliKKI) I1Y i'UK ACT OF OONGHKSS or AUGUST 21, 1912, Of niylhevlllo Courier News, published dally at lilj'llicvlUe, Ark. for October 1, l!);|ii, ".,..•.• Stale of Arkansas, County of Mississippi, ss. . lieloro me, a Notary Public. In ami for the Slate and county aforn- saltl, personally appeared Cliesler 11. lV.i':cook, who. having been duly swum acvordinu to law, deposes and says Hint ho Is the Editor of the Illytlicvllic Courier News] and dial the following Is. to the best, of Ills knowledge and belief, n true statcmenl of Hie ownership, inrmaecmcnt (and If a dally paper, the circulation), etc., of llio aforesaid publication for Hie diue rhown III the above eapllon. required by the Acl of August 1 2-1. 1912, rirliiHllecl In section -111. Posltil Laws and Regulations, printed' ;on Ihc reverse side of this [orm, to wit: '. Thai tlie names and addresses ol the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business manager arc: I'lilillsliers, courier News Company, Ire, lllylhevlllo, Ark. Krillor, Chester 11. Baucock. lilylhcville, Ark. '. ' • MiinaKlns Uditor. Chester It. liabcock. niylhevllle, Ark. Business Manager. Harry \V. llalnes, Ulythevlllc, Ark. 2. That the owner is: Courier News Company. Blytheville. Ark. Chester U. Dabcoek. Dtylhcvllle. Ark.: Hurry W. llalnes, Blythovllle Ark.; Journal I'rinllni; compiuiy, Frank W. I.eahy, Guy Rogers, Allan Lenity. Stevens Point, Wis, S. Tlial Ihc known bondholder:), mortt;ai;ccs. and oilier security :iol(lers mvniuj! or holding 1 |K?r ccnl or moro of total aumunl o( bonds, moitya^es, or oilier securities arc: ' Journal Printing Co., Slevens Point, WIs. •I Thai the two paragraphs nexl above, giving Ihe names of the nvncrs, stockholders, and security holders, it any, contain nol only ti:e list of stockholders iir.d security holders as they appear upon [he books of the company but also, In eases where tlie stockholders or security holders appear upon the books ot the company as Inislec or in any other fiduciary relation, the name ot the person or corporation for whom such trustee Is acting, Is given; also thai the ciild two paragraphs contain statements, embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to Ihc circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do 3101 appear upon Ihc books of the company ns trustees, hold slock and securities In a capacity other than llial of a bonaflde owner, nnd tills'affiant lias no reason lo believe that any other person, association, or'corporation has any Interest direct or Indirect In tlie said stock, bonds, or oilier securities than us so stated by him. . 5. Tlint the average number of copies of each issue of Ihls publication sold or distributed, through the malls or otherwise, to paid subscribers elm-Ing the twelve months preceding the date shown abovt! Is 5,087. CHESTER H. BABCOCK, Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of October, 18311. ])]{. SAI.1HA !i)T. liar, Nose A- Thront (JttAKSKS Mi'THI) llccim 210 lilil lies, I'liono -110 .118 Kl.KC'IRtO * ACK'IVI.KNK WELDING AT DUST P1UCKS5 1'lcOMPT BEHVICE Barksdalc Mfg. Co, PHONB 10 ORDF.fiS TAKEN )»«R "flERNAT" YA11M Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A, 0. Haley. 1100 Chlckasawbit Phone 792 The birch unmmlly, tree sheds- Us -baric RADIO REPAIRING Compfet* Lin* tl , and Vu\t HUBBARD TIKE ft HATIKBt 'CO. 1,'HONfc Vt. Drs. Wert & Wert Ol'TOMETRISTS Over Jo« Isaacs' Btort' "WE MAKE 'EM SEE' Phone 640 W'rccktr Strvlce - Oal Oi'KN M>L NIGHT I'lill.LtPS SKUVlCll fcKN'Jf Btt - Phones nt - , ESS rAn c*ni r FOR SALE We have on hand now and rcndy for delivery 'new crop or Alfalfa Seed for retail or lo dealers. If Interesled sec Us. L.R. Matthews Gin Co. Cuttnn, Colton Seed Tel. 1511-3 and Coil Ytttbro, Ark. Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON mnVAUDS, rioprlclor All niakcc of Ilclmlll Typewriters, Adding Machines ami Calculators—Kcpah luff—Parts—IClbuons (SEAL) IIARIIY W. IIAINES. Notary I'ubllo (My commission Expires, A|iril a, 10:n GAY..& BILLINGS, Inc. Coal - Feed - Kindling I'llONE 711 :SOMK CONSOLATION! Hy SLAVING FLATLV REFUSED TO ACCOMPANV HIS FRIENDS ON A TR.1P 13ACK. TO 5AWALLA/ ALLBV OOP MOW BEGINS TO FEEL- A BIT LONELV. HUH! LOOKS .AS IF THEfEE'S SOME OTHER PEOPLE AKOUNP HERE i CAN'T &1T OVEI2 THINION' t SHOULD'A ' SEE Liberal OUR NEW STOCK Trade-in Allowance Old Stoves FOR SALE B room house, bath. Large lot. Across from high and grade schools. Cheapest taxes In Unvn Could be made inlo apartment. *09 Chickasawb dh '' FOR. SALE—Pretty cottage in Pride Addition on 2 lols. corner pravcl streets. For quick cash sale, priced SoOtL • TIIO.MAS LAND CO. FOR SALE Several thousand acres southeast .Missouri rich alluvial cotlon & corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS 1,1KB RENT. Everea B. Gee, Blylheville. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LAND Improved or Partially improved GOOD LAND—LOW PRICES EASY TERMS C. M. SMITH Sr.. Jfc •W. J. 1'ECK, MALDHN', MO. Personal FREE! STOMACH ACID, GAS PAINS, INDIGESTION rclievct oiiick. uet. free sample doctor' prescription, Udga, at Kirby Bros Drug Co. Hubbard Hdw. Co. Call Parker - 127 Daily Freight Service WE PAY CASH FOR 2N» HAND niKNITURE riionc 10J1 Ilnhharil 2nd Hand Furniture Store FOR PERMANENT WELDING IMMEDIATE SERVICE— CALL Blyllicvillc Machine SIiop PHONE BOS or Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co, 301-M3 E. MAIN Coal & Wood AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced—Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No co-siqners. Just nrlng car and reglslralton card along U. W. MULL1NS Siallmry Blilj. I'lione ,1!)5 COAL BUSINESS Location changed from Mahan Gin lo S. 5th & R.n. BEST PRICES—CALt, 241 I,. I. ItlCE riiU.AOHA Mnlictno on inarkcl 20 years, registered In U. S. Pal. Ollice. 30-day treatment $5.00 Offtce over Blytlieville Bakery 11. C. CAMPBELL CHEMICAL CO. nox S'13, Bljthcville, Ark. Get tlio benefit of summer prices Fill Up Now "My Coal Is Black— Bui 7 Treat You While" I.OCA1. HAULING ' JOHN iiliCHANAN — 1'ilONK 107 Batteries I-'OK WINTER WEATHEH ' J. B. CLUNK Jackson Sen-ice station - Call NOTHIM 1 7^ s LH 1 TDO-SIOBODV TA1X TO OHAAE I NEVER PID SEE SUCH A DEAP PUMP- '5 QUIETEE'M' A BLASTEP OL' G15AVEVAI2P- WELL\VOl HELLd TROUBLE ,TH' SAWALLIAN AUTHORITIES- /" WF THOUGHT 50, TOO; ALLEY. JW1TH ALL TH' RE5T OP TH' FOIK5- *!EMEMBEE THESE PEL LOWS- THE SAWALLIAM5 VVMO HELPEP OOP ANP OOOl A ESCAPE ? . iwc. T. M. prc u. S.T*T. OFF. ND HER BUllDIES OOMT iKi'O \ MO'V \_pf\MlMG \X TO XOO HhME PICTURE BOOT'S THKV ONE OM 'I HE VOO'D W AND WORK OK IT! WASH TURUS VE5.MV 60Y, I-AH-AV01LP SU6&EST THAT VOU REMAIN HERE SE\.'Ei?AL PAV5. , fe WUV, FOR PfTV 5AKE5T IF" N'T MV OTHER BOY; HE TOOK. OUR MtZ- PLAME WITHOUT, THE BOV COULPW1 EVEN Ft-V. COACH,! t»HT KMOW WHY Yoo sru'cK ME OM THE SECOMD TEAM! i DID AW «w. L2 r OF % ,^ ^.^^ BIST ^ AT ^^))*r7--',J>r%^ |T WAS LAST _J v i YEAR HAVE A FEV/ CHAWGEES 7D MAKE =• BEFORE YOU'LL BE OF MUCH USE OUT THERE OM TKfe FI^LD.' I MOVED MXl DO«WW TjO THE SECOND TEAM R3R OMLY ONE THAT FISH UP THERE DID AW AWFUL LOT Or SWIMMING OWCE WE DOK1T HAPPEN HAVE A THIRD SCOPISIG LAST SEASON ! D KD GliANOE, the old Wheaton iceman 'V vvlio can'icd the riail for Illinois ,1 tlown years ajo, was a miracle man all ciiiring his career. Init it is doubtful if any sinptle iwrfoimiMce ho made can equal that "•jainst Micliigan in 1921. H was on tlie dedicalion of tlie lllini sla- (lium Iliat lioil. a|»|iai-enlly iiispiivd by Iliu momentous occasion, ran wild, giving (lie greatest display of individual effort"ever retristcred. Sixty thousand people looked on as Ralph Stegcr'kicked off for the Wolves, then rose and screamed as the Galloping (llio'sl tore from liis 5-j ard lins Ixiek over Ihe Michigan soal toy a touchdown. Then, in vapid succossiou, followed to'ttchdnwn trips of (>>, .1,5, ami 4-"> yavds, nil in the first quarter! Bob Xupp!;e thon witlvlvew the red-head and didn't meWm ajj.iin until the final.quarter, >vlion he spi'inttd lOyards for his fifth aiit! final counter.

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