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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1933, Blytheville, Arkansas FRIDAY, ociobfiR 27, 1933 PAGE SEVKN (AEK.) COUMBI RXW8 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per lint tor oonsecu- line) 08c WL 05c We are exclusive acenU for orli- approved wcurlty. to secure thfc uui Genuine stunievauo payment ol the purchase money, im Arkaiuoa AoioraciU! wiu and it lien will be retained upoft ihone 117 Kentucky E. F. Fly Wonder City Compwiy tKJ Kll-S ihc Insertions: (Five average words to a One Umc per line Iv.o times per !Uie per day I nret tunes per lln'; lKr faix units per line per day Month rule pel Line Miniiiiuiii charge 50c Adi oidered lor three. or su times anu stoupua Delore expira- tion vail be chargei. for the num- tcr ol tunes '.re ad appeared ana aojusimem ol bUl made. All Classified Advertising copy vuLnntteu oy Arsons reaiams out- s.os ol the cily must oe accum- PHONE 107 BUCHANAN -uur Coal Is Black Bui We Tieat You Wnite." 80 Kll-a FOR SALE said properly as addltlonBl secur- ity for the payment of such pur- chase money. WITNESS my hand and the soal of said Court, .on this, the Mlh day of Oct., 1933. R. U dairies, Commissioner in Chancery. 10-20-27, WHO'S WHO In the Supreme Court slslt> iii thai he plans' verted Ihe into C, by cash. Hutus may compuri-c Irom uuove la responsibility will be la Ur mun. iiuiu one mcoi'ieci itilion ol um cuobiiuju au. be .______________ COMMISSIONER'S SALE AUSTIN COUPE, perfect running NOTICE is hereby ghen tha condition. O. M. Morgan, phone the undersigned commissioner, Inj 293-j. 23ck27 compliance with the terms of a i decree rendered by the Chancery MULBERRY and CATALPA posts' at 709 Lake Street. 21p TOR Chevrolet Sedan. Good condition X, Courier News. 7dh tl Pure bred Stonevllle irregu- uie one min- New and Ustd Furr.Uure una soiu Stovco make iiJiuj an w. A Court for the Chlckacawba Dis- trict of Mississippi .County, Ark- ansas on the 26th day ot Septem- ber, 1933, wherein E. B. Conway was Plaintiff, No. 5565, and ________First National Bank of Blylhevllle. Jlg mcu number 4'et al., were Defendants will sell Cotton Seed ton. See Me-1 at public auction to the highest Dcrmott or Black at Blytheville and best bidder, for cash, on a Gin 25pkl. credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blytheville, Ar- kansas, on the 9th day of Novem- I ber, 1933, the following rtal estate, to-wit: North Half of Lot One my hand and the i ujtr'g-conbervalive is the claisln- SSfl thk' ihC cation of James Clark McReynolds ol Tennessee, associate Justice ol the United States supreme court, 20th day of Oct., 1933. R. L. Galnes, Comriiissioner in Chancery'. 10-20-21. STUDENTS to sell Brilliant and Kentucky coal after school. Ap- BARTNICK COAL YARD, R. Ash, Phone 179. 24pk27 AUTOMOTIVE- aniu Glass All Installed The Ark-Mo Lumber Co. WHECKER SERVICE il us when you need a wrecker. and Night Service. Call Shouse-Little Crcvrolel Co. lOckll-H .-BLACK Yearling Steer, weight about 370 Ibs., has split in lei .M. Last seen on Ed Parish place norlheast ot town. Any infor- fition phone 102 or 28S. 25p k2d LOST Grape Vineyards Along Lake Erie Hum Actively SANDUSKY, O. o! Kg. juicy grapes ere being tukei in the wineries here by vlnyanl- bts, happy because they once more have a market for their cro; alter many lean who is shown here in a new pho- With prices double those of tograph. At-times, in his opinions, I year, the huge pressing mncliln? the Tennessean has shown. a flash nre kept busy nlghl and clnj crushins the' as the juio Hows into.heav'y casks. Most of this year's crop is bein: converted into grape ]iitce. B Although having cus imeri and a yearly turnover of ot liberalism, but ,ore than a half billion dollars, he Is fouhd arrayed against the British Postoffice Savings Bank Brandeis-Stone-Cardozo on'ly about flO.WO 4 'i'earj Justice McReynolde is past hrough fraud. I years ot age, and the report per- mid-winter, .nature will have con LADS HERE WERE TELUu TAUGVAl I "RUH THW NOU LOOK UKE rAE, WITHOUT VOUR rAOiySTACrAE MY MOUSTACHE OFP "BY -BY A NEW BARBER AFTER TAKJNS. A STARTLED LOOK AT YOU, I'LL HAVE TO WEAR A UM11L rVW rAOUSTACVAE GROWS I LOOK LlKt VOU, I TAWN THfe TACt OF TO WAVE XEM OUT YOU TOR hAt WIUV. TW1 CUFFS OF MY Mnrtir Boston terrier, brlndle. Perfec marking. 10 months old male. Re '.ard for return to Hotel Noble. 23CK6 PERSONAL AUTO GLASS INSTALLED We install in your car wiiil' you wait, call us for better ser vice. Phone 033. Shousc-Little Chevrolet Co. 10ckll-lf i M Place USE. Main Fnr ADto BiKty ant! Fender Servuc formerly with Shonse-Little Co 2tic klU-i LARGEST S100K USED PART Be'wren Msnphls and St. Luu AUiO Aulo tUass Plione Cii JACKSON AUTO PARTS CO. 2c kll- Cleaned, repaired, inspected Work euaranteed. W. W. Book- r. Call 100. 13p kIl-13 cpen to take care rets of books Tns'talla'ion of for any a specifll- Box 132. Blytheville. FRO At AMI It GOLD RUSH! BT aii-1 .iNY .1. M. O. Prepare Vonr for Winlrr Willard natlerlrs-Ewrcady Preston. Arvir. llcawrs A. C. Spark Tlus HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Automotive Dept. 17C k31 Day Night Service Station Complete Line Shell Products Repair Work at Any Time Milton Steinberg Phone 605 15c kll-lS BATTERIES Batlcry ft Radiator We guarantee you better battery or radiator work for less money. Any make radiator repaired or re- cored. Get our prices on and rebuilt Call G33. Shoose-Little Chevrolet Co. 10ekll-10 New FOK! Kcntal Recharging Repairirg 777 TlIiE BATTERY STATION 25c kll-25 5t Wwliinetnn D. C.. .r joint aoDlira- fT a trmt-the nres- uennit the abnr.Hon- iH them of the nf the Si. y-ar.- n from 'i-rn-ilip in n general iiorth- direction to rtJbfnnrp of iflt and Coun- Arkansas; and on October 16. J. M. Xurn and John n. Lonsdale. Trustees of Hie St. T-mns-SaTi Francisco Railway Com- nanv, Debtor, as applicants, in place of J. M. Kurn and John G. Lonsdalo .Hrc-ivcrs. ST. I.OUIS-SAN FRAN- CISCO RAILWAY COM- PANY nnrt J. M. KURV and JOHN G. LONS- DALE, ils Trustees. 27-3-10. I OKEKTEP. PROSPECTORS M1LE5 TOGOLOSTRiKE GULCHr OLO TLHEfJS FORJOV. 6W-ORE MAO SCRAMS. FOR GOLD KMOWS UO CLAIMS frOK CAW66T, CROWD ro AMD 6WU ftS THeV CAW. Vl.KSM SfttA, OUT FRCHT et.OWIM' SAM'S A LITTLE SOLVER1. SMM.t. For Prompt Batltry Service Phone S' Ben Clnni- 2ckll-'i DOGS, I'ETS For Healthy Dogs feed Miller's Ration i Quick Lunch HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. uckii-n GOODS___ Vou will find a complete line of NEW MODEL BICVCLES at Hnbbart Hardware Corhpinj. 16ckll-16 BUILDING MATERIAL WALL PAPER Sinsle v.om lots lolls old patterns at 6c MAYFLOWER line 100 to 20c E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. S9c COAL WOOD Before you s.ivc money buv can Phone 179, Comer COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the unders'rnert commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba tricl of Missis-ropl County, Ark- ansas on the 26th day of Septem- ber, 1933. wherein East Arkansas Lumber Co. and Emmett Morris, trustee, were Plaintiffs, No. snd Mrs. Doc'na Mick, ct al., were Defendants, will at public auction lo the highest and best bidder, for cash, on a credit of three months, at the froht of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by in Ihe City of Blytheville. Arkansas, on the 9th day of Novembers 1933, the following real estate, to-wil. Tlic dwelling house and out houses owned by Betty Mick Haseell, located on five acre tract north of Pemiscot Bayou mid cast of highway 61, In East Half of Northeast quarter of Section 27, Township 16 Norlh, llangc 11 East. Mississippi Couhty, Arkansas. Said Sale will fce had lo satisfy iiild decree in the sum of S983.34, with six per cent interest from I ft PltftL. IM 3binT- WHERE. Kim so FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS STEALING THE ttLORY! I'.Y HLOSSKI n Railroad snd Ash Sts. Bartnlck's Coal Yard. n klO-iffl February 1. '932. THE purchaser at. tnid sale xrill be required lo execute bond wttli REACHES IS OttWEMTfe YARD UIWE, AFTER A Jpvf HAS TVhj M1MUT5.S 75 .-M .DW.VN BERJize TOE TVER I TH5 BAIL IMSSL If GLEAN fOOTBAU> JOCK SUTHERLAND fMOtePirr COACH ay, A is The KK-.tr, 'J fit If Le P Van ol Ihe IwWo ccniMn m fc tk mono ix tcnCTon m Bra iii bee t Ac
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