The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 18, 1940
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MONDAY, MARCH 18/ 19-10 KLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FlVv CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rale per line lor consecutive Insertions: One lime per line lOc Two limes per line per day....08c Three times per line per day...(XX: r.ix times per line per day 05e Month rale per line 60c Cards ol Thands 50c & V50 Minimum charge 60c Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged tor the number of limes the add appeared ami adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of Uie city must be accompanied by cash, Units may be easily computed from above table. 'Advertising ordered lor Irregular insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad Business Op'luuitiea Party to invest aljonl $1MO in local business enterprise that should pay equal returns eacli year. Investment practically guaranteed. May lake active part in management if desired. State age, present occupation and other information about self. For interview address hews. Box "100" c/o Courier A LOT OF CAR FOR A LITTLE MONEY We make it very much wprth your while lo let us apprsiie the troding-value of your preterit car. Our values are high and our prices are low—terms are very liberal on a belter car. No better fime to trade than now, We'll give you a good deal for your money. '30 CHEV. COACH Beautiful Grey Finish. Driven less than 1,000 miles ... $645 For Rent Wauled lo Rent room npnrlmejil upsliilrs. 3 and Couple dcilrcs furnished upait- U room npnrlmenl.'i rtmvnslnhs. mcnl for pn-lad of four or llv< Newly decorated, l-rlvntc Imths. months. Address llo.x UIS. c i 7ia W. Ash. phone 183, IBck-lf Courier News. lU-pk-K Swedish Author Critically III Nicely furnished bedroom. Walnut, phone 102. ion w. lli-ck-ll Repairing 3 or 4 rooms for rent, I'honc IM. \ Export n»» repairing, "sec K M IG-lik-i-Kli Damon nt the Blvthcvllle Arm- 3 rooJ)) unfurnished .'ipHilnienl, ( L. • '_ j Adjoining bath. Newly (Iccornl-l H/t EIY AWVTUIWP ! cd. Phono 450-W. H-ck-il WCl rlA ANllnlNu i . We Coll For ft Deliver Nice fiirnl.siu'd room. Adjoiulnu' lltcyelcs, Irons. 1'iuis, Tonslers. lliil | bath. limcrspiiHg muttrcss. All 11'lntes, ijimps. Upholslerlnu, lAir-i conveniences. Phone C3«. 12-dlij ntturc, 81lp Covers or imylhlnt: you ntlKlil liftve. lilydicvillc Kurnitiii'c Co. 12C Enst Mnln St. 1 room residence, lll'J Henin. Vacant March 15. 530 per month. E. D. Ferguson, phono 1UO. 12-ck-10 Grnli) drill and tractor for rent. See Ben Craig or Paul Byrum, U-ck-tl 3 room furnished apartment. Newly decorated. Garage. Close I". 12U Dilt'an Street, Mrs. Belle Wood. Couifoiialilc Iront bedroom, outside entrance. Phone 351, 515 W. Walnut, l-ck-lt Hoorn and Board lioom mid board. I'hwie 093. Dairv 2 room lurnishcd npnrlmenl, 1001] W. Ash. 29-ck-tl Call -155-W-l (ur orders of mill:. crrniti, or churned butler |ntlk. All cows L-ovmniK'itt (rented, llnl- Dah.v. i:2-]));-'i-i:> 2 room modern furnished nptirt- inent, 1315 W. Main. 24ck-U' Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING Drag line and heavy welding a specially. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Phone 19 or Res. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING e a D. W. Dragline and heavy welding specialty. licit. Ark. Phone 8-1'-'.' '38 FOKI) DEL. TUDOU Color black. Tires, Body and motor in ex- cellcut condition ':!7 PLYMOUTH TRCJ. 2-Dr. T)ti!il equipment. Motor com- pJctely recondition- C4C4 ed. Color palm green. yUWV '«!) FORD DEL. FOHDOR Black color. While sidcwall tires. ],ow mileage '37 TORI) COUP Color hlack. Tires & j Large coiuforlabte bedroom, twin beds, 2 closets, steam heat. Men preferred. Phone 1, Mrs. J. G. S»d- 27-ck-U bury. Rooms furnished or unfurnLshed. Newly decorated. Reasonable. OH Hcarti . 26-pk-3-2B Nice bedroaoi ixuivenlent to biitli. Steam lic«K Phone 280. Ick-ll Posilion Wanted Middle ayeil woinnn wiinl-s woil; as housekeeper. Gertie Smity, 103 l-'ranklin. lli-pk-'.'l Slow Death Threatens Famed Swedish writer juut winner i'l the 1001) NoW Prl/.c. Ill-yeur-old Ki'lnm Ijiyi'j-lnll uibovo) WHS re- poited near demh In Stockholm. mum- owners t;|>c.-il their otforls on iro mare obvious d»imi£c. '1'hcy ninovcd ujjrooled Irri-s, others mid pruned unsightly hrok- rn limbs—but innuy less consplcu- New England Trees!? 5 ! »J urlcs m » 1111 umreHtii mid ° dcray organisms have remly AMHEHHT, Mass. «UP)-A lin- i '° "'^ "'''"'' icrhig death for IhoiisanOs of New England shade trees i:; foreseen liy Room, clos« Walnut St. Ul, Mrs. Nolen, 310 Farm Loans Large or Small At Low Interest Kales. We are equlpocd to handle larga . or. small loans on any sized tract of farm lana, nl low cost, and at a low interest rate. TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY 213 Walnut St. Blylhevillc, Ark motor A-l. Bargain. '38 I''OKO "GO" TUDOR Color black. Equipped with healer. Motor reconditioned PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lh-f& Walnut. riionc 810 Lost Ojlst. "After the unfurnished npnrlnieDl In Shane „ Ajiai liiiciil Building on West " Main Street.. Cnll 571 or 107. 1-ck-II Dr. Malcolm A. McKen/.ie chusetts Stale College Irce: pathol- fc'tifrnci vvnii'.Hls nienneu the tirallh of i he lice us much ns more notlceiible Injui'les. In- Mi The Rrakcry, ereutecl In Chkn- U:o in 1087, WHS the first, larce ; Moel-friinierl btifl(lhi<> In | H . •''inicled In liu- Uulled 3| : ii(..s Glossary Is Compiled Of Fading Rail Slang NKVV VOUK (U1-) --lliillroud inrii were "on the .spot" « IOIIR llnii' before irnnijslm n|i|irai)rlntcd tin- plinise for n different sittintlon, iici-onltns lo n glownry of fading ruilroncl terms, 'I'hp. list of 609 |)lcltiroM|iio words uiul phnisr.s was comijlled by Weeninn II llublmiil, eiillor of linilroad Miiun/.ino. in ull r f( or i lo save some or llieiu for posterlly. They mo dyhiK out, he Mild, lie- ciiiise Hie men who peipelunled llieiu — Hie boomers who worked from ivillrond to mllroiid-arc no IDUI'C. "On Ihc spol" i« n rnllroiul mini meant i\ elmnee lo Kleej) or on company time, Ihiblinrd snld, "Weal" Fishing Boat Built for $100,000 DOCKLAND, Mr. (Ul 1 ) — The •MI\V Khlpyiiuls Imvr- completed wind IB wmsMcriMl the Iclenl tut! limit u[ HMO. r>f.M'jnc<l by Albert cgmlim of I'nlrlmvrn. Mass., the ship t osl SKM.OOO uiul Ls iniwered by n 500- horsciifmw engine (hut 'produces speed of 10 kiiou. Shi> h:\s » J. L. GUARD Ootometriit Only (irailimtc Oplonic- (rlsl In III) lliuvlllc. <il:isM'K Killed Correctly I ~ PRESCRIPTIONS— Snfc - - Accurntc Your 1'rescrliillon DniKBlst Fowler Drug Co. fivc-bniul riullo telephone and three' (nest Blatcrooms/ Cajil. Olyson Cotflu of Quihcy J.5 the cowniandw of Die ship, Is 110 led long, 23 feel in beam nnd draws 11 Jwt a luolicn. 'Thj bo^l will l>c known ns the .St. Qcoi-(!i'. ijer .deck hotiso Is Ktcci l>Ut (he rest la wood. $he Is HU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt laundry itnd Cleaning Service planked with Appalachian unite oak and is decked with white pine. • • • Umlulanl 1'cvcr Spreads ^"* ATLANTA, Ga. lt/£ I—Cases of •untliilnnt. fever |>aie more ihaii doubled (luring Die pail fhe jears, according lo'the-Slate' Department o( public Health TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS Dr. I A. Saliba Amiaunm Hie removal nf his nfrlw from (he liiumm Uuilillirg to 12-1 K. Kcnlurky. lies. I'hime 411); Office I'll. 41S H APPY UOUR H VUU. DCUVMtT W. M^ln St, Fho« IS Wert Optometrist "IIB MAKES 'KM SEE". Over Joe Isuucs* Store Phone 510 , Vuu'vo (rlcil din Itcsl, Now try i in: «i;sr LOWtST ABM—HIGHEST HEAT RED ASH $10:66 DIXIE QUALITY LP. S6.95 01.1) SUrKUIQU yAlll)— V1IONK 100 PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Slock " • (iunrnntced ISest Ibices Kirby Drug Stores Now I.ociitcd In Olcnroc Hold Hide. ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON liDWAltDS, Proprietor;' All IMuki's of Ili'liiilll T.viibwritcrs, Adding Alnnhhics uiu CnlcnliilnrK—UviKilrlui;—I'itrls—Hlliliuiiti' ' For Sale Part tush. 719 W. Ash. )S rooms. 4 baths. 2 servant houses. Rent for $105 month. Rollinson, phon-s 759. 15-pk-20 Sudan, ini.ved hay. SO to $8 ton. D. Ii. Garner, Armorel, Ark, Registered Duroc. pigs. Thick lype,j world cliunipion blood lines. Sltmlan A. Fcpucr, Rl. I, Blytheville. 15-pk-22 Hardware We Specialize In SWEEPING COMPOUND Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. Phone 35 LOST—Painler's tarpaulin size about 20 it. square. Notify George Cummings, 100 East Rose. 15-ck-19 1923 Gas lank cap and keys to Chevrolet. Keys In leather zippi'i cose. 1613 W. Main. 16-tfc-M Personal Arouse Sluggish Liver, work off tlie bile lo rid yourself of constipation, gas pauis, and thoL sour punk feeling.' Take one box of KIRBS'S ACTIVE ».IVER VILLS ZS.c at an Kirby Stores MAP PUZZLE HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured is the map of .Bits president. 13 Kiln. 14 To make cloth. 1C Labyrinth. 17 Need. 18 Native. 19 To send forth. 20 One who eats , sparingly. 22 Portrayed. 24 Was afraid. 25 Moved the . head. 28 To rot flax. 29 Railroad. 31 English coin. U3 To dart. 37 Volume. 33 Tin's I!\IK!'S Answer lo Previous Puzzle 44 Anything steeped. 45 To chatter. 48 Fay. 51 Part ot mouth. 02 Genus of cattle. 51 Not any. monetary unit 55 To rise again. < ft Part of car. 57 Dye. <! Proiiout:. 58 What river 42 The .separates this ocean borders luml from the It on Ihc wesl U. S. A.? coast; 59 Fine. VERTICAL J To cut grass. 2 To elude. ,„ , 3 Form of 1 1 Chemical compound. 12 Prescribed. ) 15 Spike of corn. 21 Tellurium. 23Wilfy sayings. 24 An important industry in this land. 26 Discovers. 27 Duplicate. 28 Coarse file. 30 To decay. 32 Musical note. 34 To snip. 35 Money. ., deserl spot pollcnizalion. 43 Contended. 4 To bury. 5 Possessed. 46 Blackbird. 47 To hoot. e Feline animal.''* 1 ' 0 sin i r-^ n rf 49 Meadow. 7 Grand- 50 Ventilating machine. 51 Untruth. parental. 8 To line a second time. 9 To improve. 10 Dubbed. 52 Curse. 53 Not young. 56 ttoad. Sewing Sewing & Slipcovers. Mrs. Smith Mrs. Blackwell, Armorel. Phono 030. l-ck-4-7 Found 1940 Arkansas (i (on Truck license. Number 224-TV3. Owner may hnvc same by paying cost of lliis ad. Courier News Office. 1940 Arkansas License Tag iimn bcr 51-086. Owner may have same by paying eost of this ad. Courier Ne«-s office. Wanted Good looking young girls to (ravel I with show with reliable company. Steady, plcacnnL work. Experience not necessary. Must be of iig^ and i free to travel. Apply to Mrs. Sheji- pard. Sol's Liberty Shows, Fairgrounds, Caruthcrsvillc, Mo. Washing Wauled Family Laundry. All clothes washed separately. Mrs. Mick, CIS Uikc. 4-pk-l-l Notice TERMITES Work While Yon Sleep! Wake up] before they damage your properly. For Free Insp'.ctlon Call 502-W. Walker and Archer Stale Licensed Operators For Sale or Trade 1039 G. M. C. 3/4 Ton Truck. Sideboards. Overload springs. Phone 450-W. 14-ck-t! MULES Will Iradc for Mules, Cows, Hops, Cattle, Corn, Kay and Lumber. Delta Implements, Inc. b'ec Floyd Simpiioii 8-ck-tf Poultry liallcry Broilers MAUILYN HiVTOIIUtr 1'linnc 112 H.W. 01 Nnrlli Baby & Started Chicks Cii.sloni Hjilehiog Marilyn Hatchery Blj-thcvillc lliwj-. 01 North BY ROY CRANK IF YOU AREU'T THE (3IRL WHO KIDWAPED OFF THE 7CAIM, THEM VJHV •SO FLUSTEPED? HOT FLUSTERED I'M NOT FLUS1EBED THE LEAST IM,NOTSHOUTlH6.'I...uH PLEKE VOUUEGOT TO naiEWE'ME i IWNOI THE SAME filRL. GO AWAY.MOWATOHCEIP1EASE! ' YOU'VE GOT TO!' BV I'KKD'HAIMIAN _Y 1T '» GOWE/ .'VMO THAT RF-.n But 11E.U-YU1I, MOWfE rWE GOLD \\JAS BY ItlS U.S^WSHAl FATHER AMD RED RYDER, WILLIE SECRETL'V GOT TOO / : THEM TEUUV 1 REDRYDER OFGOLt) HIDDEN ISJUlS •PARENTS^ CELLAR. f HEy,THERE, /1AYGOODMAH1- ARE YOU ALL RIGHT? : WAIT...I'LL GO '. / >JP i e E C.OT KURT HOOTS AND IIICR JUJODIHS FRECKLKS AND HIS FRIKNOS 15Y S1RRRILI. BLOSSBH MA FIM1SHEO MAMNG HB SPEECH YtT ¥ - Nfo, ocw'r TUPN Our THE IWUiE LIGHTS, wurry I'LL 7LTL YOU WMtM / EVE« IF we ARE PRETTY GREEM, YOU'LL RE SURPRISED WMEM You SEE THE PIC1URE Wt- MAOE / OKAY UH nuw--irs IM rocus , BUT i WISH VJB COULD OET THE 10 ST»\NO OM HEADS.' THE PICTURE- IS UPSIDE DOWN.".: LOOK, LARD ? IS

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