The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1934 · Page 7
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SATURDAY,: AUGUST .11, .W4 (ABE.)' COVMPL PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED SECTION '™'ti&'ants CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION ro» SALE Men's Fancy Rayon' Plaited How. Imperfects, 16 pairs $1.00. Pat- paid, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Economy Hosiery. Co., Asheboro, N. C. CUctf* te Hare StretitiiM Street Cm ined along the streets her* today. ' The cats ver« used at experiments, from which street car company officials hope to decide def- (five vr«n«t woioi to • lase) Oof tin* per lie* ... Two time* per line per 190 Me Me Eta few p«r line V* *i - Jg T» .....,£,.. Thret tlm«i PW to. per Cary Safe, 1440 Iba Burke Hardware Co. Hand. 2t-ck-(-2t cur now In service about 41,000 pounde. Belli tars Mat 58 ptusengcis In tum'of th« MW troUtyt. "Our o^jMtlVM," uW Q'uy A. Richardson,. pmKfcnt.of the' Chicago Surfscc 'Uriel,'•»'»». cpted, quiet operation, and pauengcr comfort." T»r»». E(t» In SOUTH' . Oonu. (UP) Church Aiked to be Q«kl MAN8FIELD. O. (UP)—Because -One «f M- E. Helm'* h«nt laid »jof the shouting of a church congregation bothering u sick resident, next .door, Maiisllcld jwlico weic obliged to ask -Hint ECI-VICCK be ofiuno :<* oue« oc »ad atopped beiort espM* ill be chaVfoo lor toe nuas- ttw ad appMnd »no ol bill made. CLOSING OUT ALL ICE REFRIGERATORS £5 pood ta 1st pound Ice Cap* cities. All porcelain, all Keel, vet email oak flniihed refrigerator* at GIVE AWAY nUCES. E. B. GEE SALES CO. 407 W. Mala St. OUUttua AdverUiInc O * by pawn* reoldUn out* of tb* city ariut to MOOB- by cub. Bate* u»y fet computed from *bon UUe. REAL ESTATE iw respomitjimy win be uxeo lot pore than one incorrect In- (ertloo ot any clitsifled ad. Advertising oraeied tor ttre«u- «r iBMitlona ukr tbe one time rate. For Sale Dandy 40 acre • OZARK firm Klthin 2 miles good town. On dally mall route. Pour room house, woven wire fence, Fruit. Price $360—only part cash, J. C. CHAPIN Manila, Ark. FOR RUNT PHILLIPS' USED CARS EIGHT HEAL VALUES •33 FORD DELUXE TUDOR FURNISHED 5 rcom house, 30! E. Kentucky. Phone 893 or 32. . 10-CH5 '33 '31 '31 Looks and Kuos Like New ?*86 CHEVROIET MASTER COACH. Good Tires. Motor A-l • •. DE SOTO Like New DODGE Bargain SEDAN. Luoks JZ95 SEDAN. A Real $195 Furnished BEDROOMS. Mrs. Ed Hardln. 1017 W. Walnut. Call 102 1C ktf MODERN 3 room famished or unfurnished apartment over Kitty Drug Store. F. Simon. Call 761. AUTOMOTIVE Save Time and Money by using oar complete stock of Apto Replacement Farts HUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. - - Phone 47S 6c k9-« •30 FORD TUDOR. New Painl. Motor A-l ? 195 •25 CHEVROLET COACH. Tires Like New * 124 •a FORD TUDOR, Extra Spec M ? 9:> '28 ESSEX COACH. Good Rubber. Runs Good » ** TRUCKS •30 CMC VA TON TKUCK. Larje body. Real Motor .. *189 '32 FORD TRUCK. IV-. Ton. Closrd Cab, Dual Wheels. Motor A-l S •29 CHEVROLET Hi TON tSUCK.'Wtlb. Body .... »l» 73 FORD PANEL TRUCK. Nke for Milk Delivery .. ?U2 PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY — USED CAR LOT Comer Walnut & 1st Sis. ' Open Nights Untii 9:30 Fnone 813 FURNITURE Lawn Chain Unpainted *1-K THE SRK-MO LUMBER co. 25c U-2S ROOM & BOARD GOOD Meals and Booms. Bemwn able prices. Mrs. T. R. Wataoa HZ Eut Ckerry, Phone 602. 7ck>-20 AUTO ACCESSORIES Get ready for summer driving a bargain prices you probably will never see again. Ooftw to. Compare our prices on *uto part*, tiros, tube*, .motor 6iJ,.i (•! ' WOLF AB1AN We • Sell Wholesale 'and Retail Phone 176 -' - 1ZS E. Main COAL S WOOD My Coal Is Black bit I treat yon white. Fill vp now. JOHN BUCHANAN - PHONE If! comfortable leather CHICAGO, (Uf>>— Example* Indirect Hunting, quick accelc-r*- will be pin Into use. the Wlixly City's street care of the two norrna) si»e ejg» muueeted tlou and deceleration, large win- future — «tr«am-llned ' by a short tube. The eggs had soft dows, arl brakes and a modern yen- and weighs 38,500 pound:. creations, decorated 'In silver, royal Read Courier Newi Waal Ada. tinting system are some of the fca- other weigs 29.600 pounds. blue' and 'graeii— noiselessly skUn- OUR BOARDING HOUSE A ONE-DINOSAUR TORNADO! ["COME ON-, oinr - 1 QUVT STRU TAKE ME TO AU.EV.. ' YEH-1LL B& OM TW LCXDKOUT KJR A, "feOTTLE Of AMCHOVIES TPOV\ VOU/ «o AULfV OOP? UP 70 THt PA.SWONABLE DISTRICT TOR A VACATION tLL TVAtNK OP XOU VK» TWE OTV, WWEN I WELL.SO LONG, WOOPLt/ SEND A SNAPSHOT Of VSELF JUN\PIN6 TH \MTh\ PRltND, ANDW&W THKYCWB* E<=AD, i A.CATCW AND PICKEREL / CASE OF NERVES! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BUSINESS S1KECTOBY We Sell PETER SCHUTTLER And MISSOURI MULE Farm Wagons WINCHESTER Shat Gun Shells Best Prices On COTTON SACKS PAUL~BYRUM Opposite old Postoffke Building Phone 252 By Cr» CLEANERS, TAILORS DE sensible — economical. Have joar felt hats reblocked now. The season approaches. Aroid the rash. UNIQUE CLEANING SERVICE Swiss World's Greatest Drinkers of Mill CALL 127 Fm higliest quality Kentucky, Southern Illinois and Red Ash Coal. Lowest Aali content. Cood dry COOK and heating wood and kindling. Corn, hay, mixed teed, farm seed, table and stock salt. Home ol high quality products and low cash prices. FARMERS CASH FEED ANU SEED CO. A Home Owned Business Wholesale and Retail Keep Kool with Hunter Etectrk, FANS. Unconditionally guaranteed HUBBARD HDW. CO. 6c k9- NEW YORK. UP) —Statistic- released by the U. S. Department o; Agriculture show that Switzerland leads all other countries of the world in the annual consumption of milk, with 280 quarts per penon. Second place for this distinction Is shared by United States anc" Germany, each of which boasts ol 220 qquarts per season. Canada ranks next, with 200 quarts. The figures on other large milk- drinking nations, also computed annually and per psrson, arj as follows: Great Britain, 120 quarts; France, 100 quarts; and Chile, 30 quarts. REPAIRING Factory anthorlied FR1GIDA1RE SERVICE Factory Trained Mechanics D4jr «7T-Phone—Nl«fct 3K E. B. GEE SALES CO. «7 Main St. 1 W. 3. KNOX Has repaired shoes here well foi 12 years. Reasonable prices. TERMITE Proofing Insurance UNDER THE A^mMITE PLAN E. C. BobioaoB Ur. Ce. nope IM Free Home Lo»n Estimates Rooflni:, •Painting, Repairs THE ABKMO LUMBER CO. -•••- ' • lOc M-I More Ulan 600,000.000 oal are mined in the United States very year. EASY SEES RED! WASH TUBBS 'BLAZESJ DON'T BE A SOFTIE. THAT'S NO WflV TO CflMP OUT. HOW WUTEUMG HOttTORUU MV CWW AFFAIRS? OWE O 1 THESE OAVS/ POPNER, I'M 60iNa" SORC AI'RK/STN; E«? TO PUNCH THAT FELLtfS OK** WuSE TK 8010 WHO VWS ' A SEE HERE. MR. BOflROMftMy WE WEBE (SOINW / TO ROU6H IT IN THE WOODS, AND HERE VOU'PE OF IT? V TflKIM& ALONG AIRPLANES., REFRK5ERffroRS,/WHflT OF IT' «ET TH« V 1OU UISTENTO ME, VOLM STRAIGHT, VOUNG WWPPER-SNflPPER. flN. / MVMAME IS MKTER BOARD¥«— V MWJ —AMBNCWU. DO AS ^/\7sftv, OB6ET OUT/ •v*c3i KcrrMvaKr^ VALETS, AND— HE OBEYED ORDERS! SALESMAN SAM BUT WHflT's THE IDEA, I JEST WANTED Tfl ffEE tUHl2,SAM, I POLLED A BONER AW, THflT'S A CIWCH ; THERE ME IS.' VA TOU7 ME TA TH' COOLERf WHERE TH'HE-CK APE vo T«K(N' ME TA Fly UP, CHIEF/.' WITH TH 1 FROIT THie^ Vfl Pis<HED. r FERGOf TA RECORD THE ARREST DIDN'T" EVEW GIT HIS NAME! SEE THfiT FRUIT THIGF Yfl CAUGHT-/ EUTCH£_R SHOP/ THE SCOUNDREL! FRECLES >AND HIS FRIENDS I'M GLAD INJUN THINOS BUSV SWING j, HOWS A90OT SLAPPING''TUIS TROUT IN TUB PACE'WiTM A .orrcH,.ANO ' AJ»CWHSAPS'(.L ucrr.oF IT' OM A ROCK OVERLOOKING ANNOUNCEMENTS - The Courier Ne*B hu been »a horiied to annoimct the followlnj i« candidates for rxibllc office, sublet to the Democratic prtman itrt August: For BepraenUUre IVY W. CRAWFOED CURTIS J. LITTLE For Reelection for Second Term For Cwaly 7At, B. HARRISON GEORGE W. BABRAM For Member «* CLTNTON L. CALDWXUi For SKertft and CLARENOI H. :W1LSON ror Re-election (or Second Tem F«r JOB 8. DUbABCNTT ROLAND QRBH For Clremft C««rt O*t» HUOH CRAIO ADDlflON SMITH R, B. (BKX F«r Ovtr Owt Oerk FRXD F1OWAN For Re-Bcetta far Sad CAR*? WOODiURN R U <BILLT> QAINM

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