The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1936 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 16, 1936
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1(5, 1()3<S BLYtllfcVILLE (ARK.) COUKlfiR NRW8 ro/i GET WHAT YOU v: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line lor consecutive insertions: One timo per line lOa Two limes per line per day .. 03o 'linve times per line per day .. OG- Six times per line per clay .. 05= Month rate per line GOc Cards of Thanks .... 50c & 7Sc Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered lor three or six times and stopped beiore expiration will Lc chiii-ycd for the number of limes Hie ad appeared andj adjustment of bill made. All Ctasiifled Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the cily must bo accompanied by cash. Kates may lie easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Business Directory Wrecker Service DAY A. NIGHT REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED Day PJionc «05 - Niuht 801 MILTON STERNHKltfi'S GAIiAGK 215 N. 2nd 1 or Rent 2 room furnished apartment, 103 W. Kentucky. Call 083. l-pk-21 3 room modern apartment; furnished or unfurnished. 100 W. Walnut. 8-ck-tf 2 room nicely furnished APARTMENT, 022 W. Main. 10-ck-tf Modern FURNISH En BEDROOMS. 100S W. Walnut St. 17-ck-tf 2 or 3 room Furnished Apartments. Reasonable. 914 Kcnrn. For Sale CHEVROLET Hi ton slake hrxl" truck. U. W. Mnlllns. 16-vk-lt RACE MARE (trotter) solid black, uoou* 1 brood and work mare. Bar- Bain. Dannie Hiiison, 1221 Holly. 14p kt'l Coal.- oil stove, S8; \vard''o!ie, springs, •net. :tablc. Bright. chairs. baby wicker kitchen cab- Mrs. Clias 7e wit BARGAINS!! 10M CHEVKOLET PICK UP 1032 V-8 FORD SEDAN Delta Implements, |ric. .,- / For Sale or Rent Hcsideiicer'store bui!diiig' J aixl Ilx- turcs. for sale cheap or will rent to permanent*renter. BIO Lake St Will h^i vac a nt soon Sec Dr. Saliba Phone '410. 29-ckt CJROSLEY table radio. Eood con ditlnn. C'T-ap. Call 30fi or 793 after 7 P. M. CAFE, completely Doing good buslnes, BARGAIN. O'BRIEN'S equipped. for past i' Brunswick POOL TABLE, com pi etc. CHEAP. JORDAN SEDAN, in 'good condi tion. At give s.way price. P. SIMON, Call 164 Coal & Wood" BEST COAL—BEST PKICES BUY NOW! "My coal is Black- But I treat you White." LOCAL HAULING JOHN BUCHANAN—PHONE 107 Economy Coal Co. Cherry & Railroad Phone .'MS Coal, Wood & Kindling We 11 uy Hides and Pecans Mclnls and Scrap Iron BLYTHEV1LLE IRON & METAL CO. Cherry & R. R. Phone. 448 PAINTING-PAPER HANGING J. B. KREEMAN—Call 749 Highest Prices Paid For Used Furniture Wade Furniture Co. 30I-3U3 E. MAIN FRESH RKKLKOOT CRAPPIE 35c Per Order LION GAS 16.8c Per Gallon HARRY BAILEY'S At the Arch Sta(e Line Buy your Hardware, Dclco Radios, Sclberlhig Tires, Deled & Auto Accessories at Bicycles, Batteries Hubbard Hardware Co. Terms To Suit You Batteries BAT'i'KKlKS PREPARED . FOR WINTER WKATIIEK J. B. CLUNE- Jackson Service Station - Call 8 Wanted Soviet Youths Revive Huck Finn for Movies Medium Size Used SAFE, call 278. , - \ i-lc klf room house ror negro couple who work out, call 256-W. WcJitcd—LADY SOLICITOR, Full tlnie Job. Good pay. Apply nl Mrs. J. T. Collins'. 1020 Hearn. ' 14p k!7 COUPLE to work for room & board * small salary, p. \y. Lemons. route 2. Box 24G. 15-pk-22 Ambitious young men and ladles to prepare to work for povern- uicnU state or private Industries under Sodal Security law in fcci Jan. 1, 1937; age 18-15. Social Security Counselors', Vo.. Courier News. This ad will only appcir 3 limes. lG-pk-20 Lost Gold framed child's glasses U'cen 110 E. Kentucky and Parkhtirst. Reward. Call 348. j 16-ck-tf 1 Strayed or Stolen Famed Red Held on Plot Gharge • "I wish my Poochie would come honie." said Curl Davis Jr ; If anyone sees or. hears of a lurge, white 1 Bulldog who aiiswers to Hie name of "Pooch," . please notify Carl: Davis at Courier News or call ;481-J. . : Horn Hit. hunts of the Mississippi to the nnieyei''riveivln ' tnr-oX Soviet Ukinlne, Hie Immoital Huckle- IHIIJ Finn of Milk Innlnt. htorics hns been Iransportoil for n So\ict dnecloih uith (011113 Communist, actors. -Principal charade: Finn, Eld Sawyer,- Joe Harper, and Tom Sawyer.- At right a sunflower seeds as the camera lorn Sawju' movie, pioduud bj TS above arc, left, to rlfilil, Huck Mllle Ukrainian girl bashfully chews clicks. ALADDIN LAMP PARTS Don't forpcl \v?. Ri-nulna Atartdin Lamp Paris—25c Each BURKE HDW. CO. Mrs. J. J. Davis—•Sixmccr CorscLIcrc Call 421-W for ApExrititincnts •! Plate Glass WE CAN MAKE DESK & DRES; SER TOPS AT VERY ATTRACT TIVE PRICES. .- . ,i Arkmo Lumber Co. Phone 40 DSpl) COM, STOVES 55 AN1» UP Hardaway Appliance Co. MAIN & 2ND - - PHONE 233 EXrERT RADIO REPAIRING RADIO BATTERIES ' & TUBES Close Out Prices On All Paint To prepare for new stock Shcrwln-Wllllnriis line. Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. Plionc 35 - - IVce Delivery ami normal population growth, tlic | number of votes Presiden- j tial elections lncre:iscd from 18,528,743 in 101C to 33,010.522 in 1032. The average Presidential election year .increase since woman's sull- Popular Vote of 42,000,000 Plus Forecast WASHINGTON.. <UP) —More Ulan '3,000,000 additional voters arc ... - ..... expected to cast ballots in: tire I^n- I rage lias been more than 3,000,000. don-Roosevelt' election than went \ pointing to a prouability of more to pollin Due to places _ four; years ago. | *' lnl > 42,000,000 votes in tlio , thcl woman • siillraec 1 Vclt-Landon race. amendment, approved Au(r.'.26,1020,1 Although the- woman- suffrn'so amciulmcnl was proclaimed more ,lhiiii two months before the 1020 election, many women were unable to vole that year because of rct'Li- Iration requirements.- The nation's Presidential election votes for candidates of all par- lies since 191G: •,.1910-18,528,743; 1024—29.022,201; 1932—39,810,522. •' 1920-2C.705,:i-iO; 1928—30,870,414; Cow Is Mill Muter WOOD MOUNTAIN, Sask. (U|'> —A "iniui-lmllng" cow hlis Unei foiind on a' farm iierc. She is a 0- year-old milker that will not allow u male to approach her. She kick and rears if a limn attempts (< milk her, but/stands docilely-if woma'n'docs the mllklhgr Read Courier News Want Ads. Garbage Cans Padlocked. ' •• ST. LOUIS (UP) — 8eyer«r U-,. censed garbage collcc-lor.s ' > here have placed padlock; on enrbaBei cans as a means of lliwaiUnc "rl-~',. iuso bootleguci's." Collectors 'pay $200 per jenr for a license,'Due to' v Ihe drouth, saibage,became vulii- iiblc ns hoa food 'and gaikage ' took advantage'of tlia Sicad courier News Wain Ads. Chained with plotting icvolu, tlon, Kai? Iliulck, above, one o£ JUissln'b most famous jomnal- ists nml long n spokesn^in for the Sialln regime, lins been jailed In Moscow. Ho Is accused ot implication in the tonsphncy lor which l(j word'executed'In Auuust, iiimed lit HVCIthrow of the government - and nssjisslnu- . lion o( Stulln, ELECTKIC 1 «'- ACETYLENE j WELDING 4 AT liKST PUIOES i PROMPT SEtlVICE ' Barksdale Mfg. Co. ! PHONE 10 Wiwker Strvlr.t * 0»- ;• OPBN A£L NIGHl* PHILLIPS , SXKVICE CENTER Plumes rr: - C'.z Dr$. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isakra' Storv -WE HAKK 'EM SBK* Phone SW ' GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. Coal - Feed - Kindling PHONE 70 T Nim l.iXiili'l at 101 North Sfconrt ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU I>ON i:i)\VAI!IIS, Trumiclor All miKi"; uf Kebullt 'Ijpcwrllcrs, Adding Mnrlilnti an* Calciihitnrs—licpiiirlns—I'arls—KIliVDii.s ALLK_Y OOP ;:£_' I'D.'.GiVE AibTmiOW] L-/£AV; WOOtlE-yoQ SAV'W HOW;WOOTIETGQT ' /SbV WEMT TO SAWALLA EVER- GOT ONTO THAT/ TRY A^ WITH TH' SANG~x "•""' NEW JDIDJA HAVEANV/NO-' TACT-J TROUBLE MAK'IN' (NOT A v ' ^ -- TR|p ? x - BIG DINOSAUR SHE WAS'RlDIN'-BUTTH 1 MORE I QUESTION HEfe-,THE. LESS I KNOW ,c Oillj'UKHKNSlpN^ TS AljOUT {WELljHOW'BOUT THIS A DINOSAUR VOU ROM'-? WHERE P)A i MEET UP WITH ;_ T]HAT CKITTEf?/ TO 1) AW IS—OR' THERE V'6O AGAIN! ( THERE ISl PAN6 !T X WOOtlE./SO' THERE'5 THERE AIM'T ' NO. DINOSAURS Hamlin- IN SAWALLA. 'OUS'LOPSOF DINOSAURS IN' SAWALLA! i NEVER SAW SO MANVf WANTED—AM. KINDS JUNK S5 to-$6 Per Ton Aluminum, lOc Ib. Brass, 2c to 4',lc Ib. Copper Wire, 4 to 5c Ib. Radiators, We Ib. HIDES & FURS WOLF ARIAN PHONE 176 120 E. MAIN N. W. TRANTHAM BEECH CREEK COAL f- Other high grade Coal, Wood I and Kindling I S. Uroiuhvay - - Phone flG COAIi BUSINESS Location changed from Mnhan Gin to S.-5th & Ti.K. BEST PRICES—CALL 2-H I,. I. KICK Kcal Estate FOR SALE 6 room' house, bath. Largo lot. Across from liish and grade schools. Cheapest taxes In town. Could ue made into apartment. •09 Chictcasawb dh f FOR SALE— p r e 11 y collage in Pride Addition on 2 lots, corner gravel streets. For quick cash Sale, priced S500. THOMAS LAND CO. FOR SALE Several thousand acres southeast Missouri rich alluvial, -cotton & corn lands. Any size tract. TERMS LIKE RENT. Everett B. Gee ntyllievTlIe. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LAND Improved or Partially Improved GOOD LAND—LOW PRICES EASY TERMS C. M. SMITH Sr., &' W. J. I'liCK, MAM1EN, MO. Tailor Shops Oood allowance'.for your old suit on now tailored suit. GEOKGE L. MUIR, Tailor DANCE AT THE GREEN INN CAPE IN CONNECTION Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith, formerly of Blytheville, new owners Your feel, will be at ease In Sclby's styl-ccz Shoes, $0 & $6.50 Other Shoes $4.50 to $5.50 New Economy Shop New Carload Shipment MOORE'S HEATERS, COOK STOVES, OIL & GAS BURNING STOVES, FUEL OIL HEATERS SEE OUR NEW STOCK '; Liberal Trade-in Allowance for Old Stoves Hubbard Hdw. Co. Call Parker - 127 Daily Freight Service \\K PAY CASH FOR 2ND HAND FURNITURE Fhone 1031 Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Siore Personal FREE! STOMACH ACID, GA: PAINS, INDIGESTION relieved quick. Utft tree sample rtoctor'i prcEcrlplton, Udga, at Kiity Bros Drug Co. AUTO LOANS Cash Advanced—Confidential PAYMENTS REDUCED No co-signers. Jusl lirlng car and registration card along. U. W. MULL1NS Sudbary Bldjr. Phone 43 HOOTS ANI)"HEi: liUDDIES 4flSg> Y^ v AIL RIGHT !f NOW,TELL : ME-IFTHERE^ SO MAMV-DlrJOSAUR IN SAWALLA, HOW 00. itf: PEOPLE THER£ KEEP FROM GITTIN' THEMSELVES ETUP? CUFF AM 1 THREW STONES AT'E HA»E IS DISfiUSTK-l)! I!y Martin 1 ; HAUt WASH TUBUS HAKIUCL FUN'! GEE Wi2! I'M TIRED OF 9MACK1N' THESE BOZOS, EASY-LE'S REST A MINUTE. WHV,I'VE BAREW STARTED- tAIM TO COLLECT $16,000 WORTH O' FUN TO MAKE UP FOR THAT WRECKED' PLANE. Hv Crane ACM! I SELL 'EM Cl-flP- ENDTSO FEE5H. HOW MUCH ARE THESE EGGS. ono-? FKECKT.KS AND HIS FRIENDS GOOD! I'LL B1JV THE WHOLE KABOODLE- ANOALL." KKIOCK 'EM FDR A Loop, t-EESBURG u REBELS! WE'LL HAVE NONE OF THAT REBEL STUFF, OSSiE. 1 ' IF •**) COHT V/AKT.THE WATER BUCKET DRAPED ' OVHP v it>UR HEAD^ YOU'LL PIPE DCVVW !J IF THE I >&L( .<EEP GJUiST, DOACH'oJ OR IXL GIVE^ifoU A LET->tUH KICK 1M THE PAWTS BAQLSY HAS ME OMTHE BEMCH FDR A ^'/'. HE'S WOT F?LAflW<3 F/WORITES. 1 HE'S A SQUARE SHOOTER', AMD i JUST! Htosscr ->» TCANK HLVKEY'S name and deeds are as much a pai-i of Vale as the cloistered halts and famous fence, for Frank probably was the greatest end ever to perform for the Bulldog. In four years of play, no ball carrier ever lun.-: ;l tho MS-pound wingnian's end \> and ,1 j,)i!?l:er. more apile priitder IMVCI- * * lived than ll;c latejlhiki-y. wiio was one of the very few four-time Ail-Americans. One of llinkey's jrreatcst games was •ISOI Ilarvanlclasli. The Crimson had 3 200-))ound bac!; named Coi'bctt. who was twitch as being 01:1: who could turn FIT^'S cud Tlio first tm-c ho eanfcd Ine oall he darliL'ilfcr llinkey's wing, Pne mighw mite pic!i<xi him up, toss.ttl him over his kick awl Cortwtt fell hard, tirappmt; the lull v Ufey3liss.T)ickTd up the pigskin Jor. Yale 4s he did, big Pudge [jyjTpljiiger grabbed hmi by the iicclc awl t'osscil him o\erih<!g_oaljm«\ ^

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