The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1936 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, OCtOHRR 9, i!)M BIATHEVILLE (AUK.) 'COUUIEH NEWS " PAGE'SEVEN* can GET WHAT YOU CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rale per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line lOc Two limes per line per day .. 08c Three limes per Hue |>er day .. OOc Six limes per line per day .. l)5c Month rule per line COo Cards ot Thanks 50c & 1£c Minimum chaise We Ads ordered tar hroe w a\ /incs anil tK'vft<\ uefoio .xpira- lion will -e charged for Ihe number <il limes the nil nppcuvcd and vdyj^lmcnt of hill i:utUc. All Classified -Advertising copy jubmiUcil by persons residing out- tide of the city must be accompanied bj cash.. Kates may bu easily computed fro:n above table. •Advertising ordered for inegular Insertions takes tho one time rate. No responsibility will bo taken for more than one incorrect inser- lion of any classified ad. For Kent Beautiful home, Highway 01, opposite 2. B. Harrison house. Thomas Land Co. 8-ck-12 3 room modern apartment, furnished or unfurnished. 100 w. Walnut. • a-ck-tf Business Directory I'AINTING-I'AI'KK IIANOING J. B.. FREEMAN—Call 749 Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 301-3U3 E. MAIN FRKSH It 1C 101, FOOT G R. A P P I E 3fie Per Order LION GAS Ki.Sc Per Gullon HARRY BAILEY'S At the Arch Stale Line Buy your Hardware, Delco Radios, Bicycles, Sctberllns Tires, Delco naileries & Auto Accessories at Hubbard Hardware Co. Terms To Suit You Wanted 2 rwm house lor negro couple who work out. Cflll 25U-W. : Lost Pair 3 yrn, eld black horse nnili's. 15!-i hands hlgli, weight 1100 lus. $10 liKWAHD. HlBliIIll k Doun Mule Barn. 8-pk-15 Found HUD CAP. owner may have same by paying for (his ad al Courier News office Spain's New Envoy, to United Statas ' 5 room Modern House, excellent location. $25 month. Call 3Mi .,;.<:, Vp^kH! 2 room modern furnished; apartment, reasonable. I(i8 W. Kentucky. Cull G83. 7 : pk-12 a room nicely furnished APARTMENT, U22 W. Main. 10-ck-tf Modern FURNISHED BEDROOMS. 1009 W. Walnut St. 17-ck-tf 2 or 3 room Furnished Apartments. Reasonable. 3H Hearn. For gale LARGE FRYERS—2'.<• to 3 Ib. averayc.'50i; 'rach. Mrs. Eskridge, 400 Yarbro Road. 8c 1:12 ALADDIN LAMP PARTS Don't forget ve have genuine Aladdin Lamp Varts—25c - Each BURKE HDW. CO. Mrs. J. J, Davis—Spencer Corselicre Call 421-W for Appointments Plate Glass WE CAN MAKE DESK & DUES. SER TOPS AT VERY ATTRACTIVE • PRICES. Arkmo Lumber Co. Coal oil stove, S8; baby wicker wardrobe, springs, kitchen cabinet, table, chairs. Mrs. Chas. Bright. fc wlf BARGAINS! T 1335 CHEVROLET PICK UP 1032 V-8 FORD SEDAN Delta Implements, Inc. Tor Sutc or Tlcill . .--- KesicJcncc, store buildiytj; antr'f lures lor sale cheap or'will rent to permanent renter. G40 Xjngc' AVill 1)0 vacant soon See Dr. Saliba, Phone 410. 23-cktf CROSLEY table radio, good condition. Cheap. Call 306 or 792 niter 1 P. M. O'BRIEN'S CAFE, compiclelj equipped. Doing good b-tislncss for past 1C ycr.rs. BARGAIN. Urimswick POOL TABLE, complete. CHEAP. JORDAN SEDAN, in good condi: lion. At give s.wny price. F. SIMON, Chll IM Real Estate Want lo RnnL or Buy b root coltasc, prefer pavement. Also want to rent or liny 80 or lliO ^rres near Klylhcviilc. . C. F Dunn, Luxora, Ark. 5-pk-12 Plionc 40 USED COAT, STOVES 55 AND 1)1' Hardaway Appliance Co, MAIN & 2ND - - PHONE 233 EXI'KUT RADIO UEI'AIIIING RADIO BATTERIES & TUBES Close Out Prices On All Paint •J'o prepare for new .slock Slicrwln-Williams line. Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. I'honc 35 - - Wee Delivers -WANTED—ALL KINDS JUNK " .^'^tS^lo SG Per Ton Aluiniiium, lOc Ib, ' "'Brass, 2c lo 4!ic Ib. Copper Wire, 4 lo 5c Ib. Radiators, 4','jC Ib. HIDES & PURS WOLF ARIAN PHONE 170 123 E. MAItv DANCE AT THE GREEN INN CAPE IN CONNECTION Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith, former ly of Blythevilie, ne»; owners Your feet bo al ease i Sclby's Styl-ccz Shoes, $6 It $6.5 Oilier Slices $4.50 to $5.50 New Economy Shop KOK SAI.E^, B 'i room house, bath. Large lot. | Across from high and grade schools. Cheapest taxes in town. Could be made into apartment, ^oa Chictasawb ' dh f FOR SALE—Pretty cottage In Pride Addition on 2 lols. comer gravel streets. Por quick cash talc, priced S500. THOMAS LAND CO. FOR SALE Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rich alluvial cotton & corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE UENT. Evcrcf. B. Gee, Blythevilie. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LAND Improved or Partially improved GOOD LAND—LOW PRICES EASY TERMS c;. M. SMITH sr. & W. J. ri:CK,.MAlT>EN, MO. 'Personal New Carload Shipment MOORE'S HEATERS, COO1 STOVES, OIL & GAS BURN1NC STOVES, FUEL OIL HEATERS SEE OUTt NEW STOCK Liberal Trade-in Allowance fo Old Stoves Hubbard Hdw. Co. Call Parker - 127 Daily Freight Service WK PAY CASH FOR 2ND HAND FUUNtTURF Thonc 1031 Hubbard 2nd Hand Kiirniliire Store A'lTTNt GDrr VIGOR AT ONCE| lT.IJjl> . New Oslrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invig- oralois and other slimulanls. One dose peps up organs, glands. If not 'delighted, maker refunds few cents paid. Call, wrile Kirby Bros. Drill; Store. FREE! STOMACH ACID, GAS PAINS, INDIGESTION relieved quick, uet free sample (ioclor's prescription, Udga, at Kirby Bros. Urug Co. AUTO LOANS Cnsh Arivanccfl—Conntientia! PAYMENTS REDUCED' No co-signers. Just bring car and rcoislralton can', nloii" U. W. MULLINS Suilliury lililff. . V'linnc 405 ~ HiM.AGHA r M^rtirino on market 20 years, registered in U. S. Pat. Office. ' ' 30-(tny • treatment 55.00 -Offtcc over..!31ylhevillc Bakery •%. C. CAMPBKLL CHEMICAT, CO Box 813, lilj-llicville, Ark. FOR PEEMANBKT WELDING IMMEDIATE SERVICE— CALt Blylhcvillc Macliinc Shoj) PHONE 808 or 848 Coal & Wood THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson Gets First Ticket to Ride Clipper SCOTTISH RED DEER, TAKEN TO NEW ^EALANO TO IMPROVE THE DEER HERDS OF THAT COUNTRY. FREQUENny ARE FOUND FAR AT SEA ATTEMPTING TO SWIM SAC?; TD SCOTLAND. As rebels pounded at the i;atc- vay lo Madrid, Francisco de los Uos (above) arrived at New enroutc to Washington to assume his post :is the new ambassador to tlio United States. DUST STORMS OF THE PAST FEW YEARS ARE ONLY MINIATURES OF THOSE THAT OCCURRED BEFORE THE ICE AGE/ FOSSILS SHOW THAT ENTIRE HERDS OF HORSES WERE BURIED BENEATH DRJFTING DUST AND SAND. Because Ihe bullerilics lly by day, while moths are nigH-Hyci*, lliu loimer arc common siijlils 'lo Ihe most casual observer. There are numerous ways of Lulling: them apart, however. HiitlerlHes fold llidr wing'j high over Ihrlr tiaeks wlieu al n-st, while inollis folds Ihelr.s down flat. BnUerfller, have clulj-sliapcd antennae, and those of inolhs arc fcatlicrcct. -V '. , . MOST PEOPLE: CALL. MOTHS a urrcKF-L IES." YET THERE ARE ABOUT NINE TIMES AS AAANV MOTH FAMILIES AS BUTTEF5FLY FAMILIES. . On May 11. 1037, nslronomdvi will liuve tin; best chance In 100!) years lo delennlm! whether tlie plancl Mercury has nu ntmo- splicre. On Hint dny, the. tlrw planet will appear (o skim tho sun's face. Two thousand sheep and ^OO! stones In .one section '"ot 1 caltle were killed by huge'"nnll-[Trnmuvnnli South Africa. the Firsl passenger to buy a ticket for (lie iniliiil regular passenger, Iliehl of Hie Puu-AincL'ii'an Airways' Clipper plane, - starting Oct. 21, 11. I' 1 . Bradley Is .shown here with Hie coveted ticket in tho San Francisco olllcc of Ihc nil- line. Bradley, a San Franciscan, Is avialioti rnannp.or of Hie Standard Oil Co. of California.. In llollnnd, tho ncwiy-nianicil woman feeds her hrlilL'grooni u IriKllllonal mixture of brandy anil raisins as a part of Ihe marruiee ceremony. ' FOR SALE Wo linvo on hind now and ready Itit delivery new crop uf Alfalfa Heed for rclait or 10 dealers. H Inlen'stcC ice UB. LR.MatthewsGinCo. Cotton, (,'otfoii Sci-d *n<] Coal Tel, 1511-3 Yutbro, Ark. The first ; hair-curling .'melhoil'V. consisted of ; winding, the ' halt t • about n cylindrlcti], slick, •mblsJt lentiiB it with.'a chemical solulldn, enclosing It In a metal lube, and! : then heating It. , •••'' .; .:•• i? i -- • • • • -•' ' .... '- : u a WiMktr genir.t > Oat ' Ol'EN ;Aif,L NIGHT '• PHILLil'S " SERVICK CENTER Phones 17 1 } - {10 : -..' Dr.. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS. \ Over ion Isaacs' stoRi "WE MAKE 'EM Sir Phone MO UAY"& BILLINGS, Inc. Coal - Feed - Kindling I'HONR. 70 Now l.ocifu! al 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON I'MVAKIJS, Proprietor All makt:; »f Hcbullt Typcurllers, AdUinj Machines and Oilculalors—Itcpahini,'— Parts—Ribbons ; \LLEY OOP SO THAT STEW PUTCHA BACK OM VEB FEET, EM? HAHT i THOUGHT IT WOULD- on,OH!, DINNY HAS MORE SKNSR THAN 001'! By • Hnnilin •-• COAL Location changed from Marian Gin to S. 5th & R.R. BEST PRICES—CALL L. I. KICK Get the benefit of summer prices i Fill Up Now "My Coal Is lilack— But .' Treat You White" I.OCAI. HAUUXG JOHN BUCHANAN— I'HONE 107 HEV, DINNV- STOP TWAT' WHASSA MATTER WITH VOU, < LAV DOWN,'FORE' , Wl7Ef2-t GUESS OL 1 DlNNV'S — \ OF EXERCISE, REMIMPS THAT wEte KWDA LOW ON FRESH MEAT - I'LL JUS' RUM OUT ANT SCASE^ UP SOME-AN' IT'LL GIVE PINNY BEEN PASTURED TOO LONG - PROS'I.V MEEPS A LITTLE 'EXERCISE T'TAKE SOME OF TH 1 FPtSKINESS OF 'IM-. LOOKS AS IF A NICE LONGTClP'D BE JUS'TH' THING- ND HER BUDDIES LOVJJ.-HAS l''OUNl) «fy^M,^MiSn WASH TUBHS TWICK IN Tilii SAAIK 1'LACE! BUT MOCTV'S WILD HE WANTS TO SHOOT P£OPl-E. I PASSM'T LET HIM BE A DrPLJTV 5HERIFP. MV SWEET, MORTIMER. HAS A FIER.V SPIRIT LIKE UMTO THE OP A MATCH CAST HEEPLESSLV ASIPE, HE MAV CAUSE UNTOLD PAWiAGE. PKOPERLV PIRECTEP, HE WILu &E A BOOK TO SOCIETY. IT iS OUR DUTV, AS PARENTS, TO SEE THAT HE BECOMES A PEPUTV SHER.IFF ! IMSTEA.P OP A GANGSTER BUT, NTHAT'S SIMPUE.'SINCE HOW SVE WASH'S ANP EASV'S , PEpUTy, ALSO. IT WOULD BE UNFAIR TO PO ',-OR ONF \.\iu/rr iwc GUNNE(2/,DUTIES WILL BE OR ONE WHAT WE OULD NOT 00 FOR. THE OTHER.. 12-EDUCEP, IT'S ONLV FAlfiTO PUCE THEIR SALARIES AGAIN HIOAUT TO HKART! IFKKCKI-KS AND HIS FKfKNDS Batteries UATTKK1KS FOK WIXTKU \VI:ATHKK J. B. CLUNE Jackson Sei-\'ice Station - Call 8 Tailor Shops Good allowance for your, old suit o» ne\v tailored suit: "-• GEOUGE J,. MUIR, Tailor DOESN'T WEED THIS YEAR! HE ' S CAPRYIWG (THE FEI.LO\VS HE COACHED |M WEPEWT OUT FDR ppA-mcE YESTERDA-C WnY? WASTTS TO GIVE THEM A BREAK THIS YEAR! VtAHlHEIWrTED FRECK ISfiO HIS DEM-V-y'l BET I KKIOW WHO'S iOMWA BE DANISL BETTER COME IhHO DEHAWO HAVE A TALK WflVI ME THEY'RE j IOTAS GOOD AS I AM! I WAS OKAY WHEKI I SCORED ALL THOSE TOUCH DaWS j'-ASrYSAR.B'JTI'M kIMDA LOST IM THE SHUFFLE THXJ I'D LIKE TD HAVE 1 A TALK V/fTH ;—-v T I =V-^ I OWA lias turned out some groat gridiron liKTOOjin IHgTeneomjieliluni. Onu .of iho E»;-i'.tosl was Aubrey Dovine, captain ami All-America qiuvrlci'kick in 1921. ; ^Mlli Duke Slater, giant Negro tackle, • oiiciiinK huge boles, awl Craven Shuttle, wovtli and (Slwi Devitio running inlcvfcr- • I'lici*. Aubrey prolialily Rave tho greatest • evliibition o( bis career agjiinsl Minnesota ! lliat year, llie Hawkoyes \vira.h;.j, '11-7. • Dcvine scored tour ;.iftc!ii!o\viis and | iiw.clo five of six place kkfa after toucb- j down for 20 points. In addition, lie passed rto l.ostev Held ing for Iowa's other twocountDiv. [ Tlie likable field geiK'i'al did all of Iris team's puntinj? m addition to i mo.*t of the Inll cidTyiiisr. His total yitnlngconioliini of punts and plays , from scr'mimn.O'e v^'as 'Itt, and bis longest ?ai:i was oO vards on ,'i kickoff. | • At profonl lie is assistant to his old Iowa coacli, Howard-Jones, at yPontlicrn Califovnia. . ' ^'^

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