The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1939 · Page 2
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'FRIDAY, AUGUST PAGE 'FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per Duo for coiisecu- <lvc Insertions: One time |ier line .............. lOc Two limes per line per diiy ____ 08c Vlirec times per Hue per ilny..j(X>c.. to ti'iies per Hue per day. ...O&o Moult rale per lino ........... .BOc Cards of Thanks ........ 50c &. 75c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six limes and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the add appeared and •adjustment ol bill made, All Classified Advertising copy jubmltted by persons residing out- ifctc of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes )he one : time rat*. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect insertion of any claisified ad. For Rent FOR RENT—'4-room house mui garaee. Comer Franklin jiDtl Rose. U Fowler. 3-c-tf 3 room furnished apartment. 51(1 ChictasiiH'ta. 9-pk-10 4 room furnished lionsc. Reason-' able. 1413 w. Main SI. B-ct!)-5 Large front room, 2 beds. Convenient to 'bath. Phone 280. 8-ck-tr 3 room furnished •apartment. 713 Chlckiumvba. Mrs. Ramsey Dim- can. B-ck-'JS •ICO acres rcmlscot County, Mo.,' fronts one mile of gravel road, highllnes, 175 acres In cultivation,' 530 per acre. >'•. cash, balance on easy terms. • . 30CO acres of cut-over Innd. Small Tnsli payment or livestock or second hand cur for down payment and balance on ciisy terms. 100 improved farms for sale. I/ 1 ! cash and 10 years on balance. See Russell Riales or R. M. licck at the •Riali-s Land Co. Oll'llfOC HnloJ U-iik-15 SAFE. 38x48. Weight 3500 pounds. TERMS. Oily, box 434. 5-ck-9-5 Cypress Gum Cms, Ash limber on 400 acres of woodland. 8 milcti southeast lilythevlllc. D. R. Garner, Annorol. 3-pk-9-3 Milk fed fryers. Battery raised. Mrs. Kusscll. N. W. Corner Holly and Division. 21-pk-8-21 PHILLIPS Used Chevrolet Specials! '35 Chev. Coupe This Car a real buy for * | <j i anyone ONLY 3*1 jl '38 Chev. Coupe JJcHulinil Beige finish. Only IK.OOO miles. lxx>>;s nnd 'mils tfyioC like now ONLY JpTcOJ '3(5 €hev. Coach New upholstery, tires like new. Motor ;nnrt 'finish In excellent condition. . . ON1A' jcense FOK YOVK CONVENIENCE, \ K K VKKfKKVM TO YOlllt FISHING ' UCKNSK OliK STOKE ' • SHOUSE-HENRY HAKDWARB CO. Phone 35 WE AT Minnows For Sale fnt\ 'GOLDFISH MINNOWS DHmoi) tx/r. Rnllrnaa * «Cjr, . 'A-$325 2 and 3 room furnished apartments, las w. Kentucky. Phone 683. / 5-pk-12 B u 11 tl i n K now occupied by the Greyhound Bus Line. Possession September 1st. Size 50 feet by 140 Jcel. Thomas'Land'Co. ll-'ck-M Nice large bedroom opening on sleeping porch.. Mrs. Emma Nolen, 310 W. Walnut. 22-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 15-ck-tf Personal Several other good pieces of land ranging In price from $15 to $GO per acre. See me before buying. A. T. .Bails, •Lilbonrn, Mo. Phone 22 5-pk-l'i '37 Chev. Sedan s. w. $445 320 acres good Innd. Hi bales of! Beautiful maroon finish. W. cotton or 50 bushels corn, to a<:ri>. | lives, 'Radio and hcnl- 2 good six room houses and four cr ....... ONLY tenant hoii-sos. Gravel road to fwm. Located 4 intlra north of Cairon, Mo. $50 per acre. 240 acres. 214 miles north of Gray Ridge, Mo.. Sloildarif County. 150 acres In cultivation, 'BO acres cut- over! Two 4-room •house.'; and burn. 530 .per acre. 400 acres, New Madrid County, one mile south Highway 62, on Little River. Extra fine piece of cypress land. 380 ncres in cultivation. $10,000. . ; '38 Chev. Coach Low mileage. Tires good. Looks like new. . . ONLY TRUCKS '33 Chev. 1J Ton Dump body. Will really frlftA do the job. . . . ONLY •piUU '37 Chev. H Ton S. W. B. Motor reconditioned. Own this truck for Letter Sorter Perfect, Sets National Record HOUSTON. Tox. IUI>> — One of Uncle Sam's better letlcr sorters 'ls ! lames O. 1'ace, distribution clerk n (he U, S. postofflcc here. On 12 e.sU," lie -has exceeded (he postal cquhcmenU • 'for dislriljiillni! iU p'tters a minute Inlo ihe propel »xos. without n mistake. This year, he hunu up a national record with 30 letters a minute. It wits his 12 .perfect score. Charles SHbcrl, superintendent of malls; said a single mark »f ICO Is un- isual. Dnn'l fail (a sec these and olbcr makes anil mmlcls many lit Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC ' AND ACETYLENE MEN! FEEL YOUNGER. PEP UP TODAY. Pitt vigor in dial "OIU nt 40" rundown bortv ivlth Oslrex Tonic Tablets. Sl.CO size, special today 8!)c. If not delighted, maker refunds -this .price. Call, write Kirby Bros. Drag Store. i Drag line welding Arome SlnuEish Liver, work o'fl thr hilft, to rid yourself of comtl- •patlon, gas • pa'ins and that 'sour, punk.:feellng;n'Take,:.-'one box -p, RIRBT'S ACTIVE -I.IYER m,i,s asr. at all Kirby Stores Dairy Batlslactory quality and service In 'Dairy products. Cattle free of Bang's Disease. In best of .physical condition. Call Mrs Grace LoVcry. 802-J, for 'Hnlscll's CTadc A Raw •Milk. Cream. Country Btittfr, Buttermilk, extra or holiday order's Inspection encmiraeed anytime. Halsi-11's Dairy /Tomlscd Land. Route 2 Help Wanted WANTED—Auto parts salesman to work Pcmiscot nnd Dimklin, counties. Must furnish good references and bond. Address Autc Parts, c/o Blythcvtllc Courier, Blytlieville. Arkansas. . y-ck-12 WELDING nc and heavy wt specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Phone TO or Res. 1019 Wanted to Rent Wanted" to rent 'by rcsiionsible party, "'September 1st., furnished home. Modern, Good location. Phone 884. 10-pk-'14 Washing, Ironing Export washing and ironinj. Cheap. Rough dry and finish. 6 quilts Sl.CO. One day service. Willie Hell Green, behind City Ice Plant.. 8-ck-9-B Wanted Man capable of handling office for cotton B in. Must make bond. P HIt LI P S MOTOR CO. Hit & Walnut Ice ICE-iCE Phone 107 JOHN BUCHANAH ICE COLD WATERMELONS Old Horse Pint Cured At Michigan Town Spa MT. CLEMENS, Mich. <Wt»)-^Mt. Clemens owes Its fame us a «|» .•!» inlslwi oil iiromolers and «n ciia 'lilto horso. ' , ' The tosvii had no ntiiklnft un'tll utter 1802, wli'wi two wells were tlrlllcd in an utlctnpL 'to tllscovei 1 nil. 0|ifi'Ktoi's discovered .stilt brlno instead and three yours Outer be- BBII oiieraitnj! a suit conilmny with only liirtllt'erent success. Tlicii In 1B70, a Pri'iH'hnian liirniMi cut )ijs foundered liorsu and' was luimitet) Dial It recovered after stumlhiK In mud iinols of the lown.. Burr KelloRg, wlio suffered freui skin cruiitlons, decided to try the fame trctUment, tuiil when lie, too, was cured, It was only a 'few years Inter Hint Mi. Clemens' first l)«lli- houscs svcrc ercctcil. Fisk-GfcMt Story Ends, Human Skull Is Caught COLUMBIA, 8. C. (Ul')-A flsli- 'IflKMl story ' lo 'end nil Mi niirt ghost stories 1; bcliit; related by K Kroiip 'Of Columbia llslumnen who recently Murray. spi'nt tin' night lit Lnkc Courier News want »<)>., PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock • Guarantiecd Best Prie«* Kirby Drug Stores J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Grutluntc Ojiti)mc- trist In Bt)lltevlll«. Glasses Fitted Corrccllj Wert Optometrot "HI': MAKBS 'EM.SEK" Over Joe tunes' I'hone 510 —PRESCRIPTIONS-—T • Safe--,'- Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main * Hrat , r'han'e 141 A|ong 'nboiil midnight one of Ihe tmrty said, "I see a womttn over Ihore on the wnler." His companions laughed nl )jlm, bill when lie persisted they vowed out. to the Sure, enough, there was no one there, II looked like a likely place for fish, though, and one man (trapped his line! in the watur. ffe felt nit Immediate pulled In Caught on his hook, was n human bkull, a .38 caliber plsto'l bullet embedded in the top i Hccently approved by thp 'I Ic rue mxl Senate was legislation •calling for Ihe spcndl'iiV of $62,'. 810)000 for now navy" bases, 'Jills also Includes a hew ba.sc and buildings at the Philadelphia and val Airplane Factoiy Na- RECTAL DISORDERS Cllijical oliserviillons tlls- olrtto that reel « I dlsordur.s lire responslblr! for more wrecked nervous nyslnms than liny ollu'r pathological condition. Muny cn-si's of gen- frnl •iiorvoiisness, heudnohc.s, Jow-bnck Relics, leK-achra, cons(lpntlon nnd itiBotnnla nfe due 'to rectal ' .' Our modem office •incltmds •liSKV many ndvaiitiiues nnd nppllcflblo tn nbun't 1)5% o! nill .caws. 'Die exceptions bc- iiiR cnncer nnd tnbrrcular llstula. , Very little discomfort in i<l Incdiivonlonce Is cx- pcrirnvpil while beliif; trcnl- rd. Eiegulnr work may be continued, No hospltall/.iillon, no general aueslhcllc. A very snfc and sure treatment,, Dr*. Nies & Nies •Mylli'cv'Ule, Ark. ' • Tel. 08 5H Miilu St. .. ' Now Located »t 101 North Sci'ond ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON Kim'AKDS, l'ro|>rlctor All Makfs of Ki'bulll TypcivrlU'td, Adding Machln't* . Calculators—Kcpulriin—V«rl»—Klbbnnt mil "A lino liitunlinn! I liijp my imil.s niul I Mich (he dickens— llie'biili.y.piil.slii.s fool in liis moiilli !iii<l you lliiak it's cute i"! HY'FRKU HARMAN Strayed or Stolen Pair 'ot Sorrcll horse mules. Weight 1150 pounds. Hlghflll' and Uoan Mule Co. 8-ck-15 Lost Female black and tt'hlie Llewcllin Setter. Name 'Pal. REWAK13. Phone 32Q. , Laundering Give full details and references in I WashliiB and Ironmu" .'clone uoll. writing Box 'H" Courier News. called fo r and delivered. 327 La- 8/t-ck-tf ciedc. SPORTS TITLEHOLDER School For Boys SUBIACO ACADEMY. Subiaco Arkansas. Famous Boarding Schooi, Catholics anrl Noii-Cafhnlits attend. Rates moderate. Write Us. 9-pk-16 DOES YOUR CAR Shimmy, Wander, Weave WEAR AWAY YOUR TIRES? Il's flan-rerniB and c.Npcnsive (o drive w?th Steering G«ar and Front Wheels out of afljusl- mcnl. Keeping them in (;cma order is so simulc and inexpensive you should never trust to chances, ADJUST STEERING GEAR COMPIETE STEERING GEAR ADJUSTMENT, IK- a- chiding— a i'.itslmmt Ip of all Ball Socket joints — tightening front Spring Clips and Shack- to. (Parts Extra!. FREE FRONT END . INSPECTION {The ahovc includes A complete INSPECTION and KEFOK f on condition of AVhcel Alignment and factors aftcclinj (Ire wc.ir.l PHILLIPS MOTOR CO, ilb & Walnut Phont «0 - 4 pl I * HORIZONTAL 1,6 Champion golfer pictured hero. 11 French measure. 12 Species of annelids. 13 Leg joint. 14 Dried coconut me.it, 15 Billiard rod. 16 Hour. 17 Sprite. 10 Point towards. 20 Dye. 21 Young devil. 23 Tone B. 2'l To revoke. 26 Eye tumors. 26 To diselnim. i 30 Streak. 31 Professional athlete. 32 Aulo. S4 Dislindivs theory. 35 Electric term. 37 Gaelic. 30 On the lee. Answer lo Previous Puzzle 41 Court. 42 Credit. 44 Hawaiian natives. 46 Mother. 47 Arabian. 49 More infirm. 50 Identical. 52 Aulo shed. 53 Spat. 55 He recently v/on the national • golt cham- pionship. SO Playing gou is fiis . VERTICAL 2 Siberian. 3 Magic. 4 Unit. 5 Embroidery. 7 Atrocities. S To drink dog-fashion ,.„. 9 Male nnccslor. 51 Sea eagle. 10 Land rights. 54 While. V. T. HAML1A MEBBE:tHAT GUV'S SWOBD AM' SHIELP WEREM'T MUCH BUT BY OUM.THIS I-WT op HIS'Kl ' 15 W ~ - ' JTU5 1 T'AVsME SURE, \ I'LL GIVE ir A LITTLE 1 WHOf> TSEE HOW ft VMORK.S WASH TUBBS IH fUT.fOU MM DO AT BUT XOM6, COME, IE1'5 CKUCt THEOID60W INTO . . toil rtWMT WWWStOTo I Kb VOUR PARDON, OLD MNM.-I TRUST MIND ^ Bit OF THE^'BE UP TO SOWit THlua TllEN KE6P. OUT Of "Ttt£ IT'S 8AO Od THE EVES.' KUKr.K1,ttS AND HIS FKtENDS «-v,-Y°i! WO>J, NUBB1W—- ^.^N THE SCAVEMSER . HUMr .'.. Howo -roueer • <• .Trouble Ahead YOU WlH THE * 10 OOMT- 'V\t)p v RY—— - E CAM ONW HIT WITH ONE HAND/ HE'LL BE IT WOUUOWT SURPRISE ME IF HE; SOCKED BOW op us ' rr i : MBAU. NOT VUEU, ALOMS R'ALTG ( 11 BET HE FOL'WO PRIZE vNUBBlM. ' AftE ' . SOMB HAY-' ' FDR THIS PORE •-. CRITTER J Tb SEE BOTH OF You Guys' TILL HE, ear TIRED I 34 Pert girls. J5He was once o — — or club carrier. 18 He is rated Simon" the players, 20 To worship. 22 Blue. 24 Venomous snake. 25 Printer's measure. 27 To soften . leather. 29Souih Africa. 32 Dinner. S3 Garden tool. 3fiA bit. 3.8 Orchid tubers. 40 Big. 41 Carved gem. 43 Uncommon. 45 Large pulpit, 46 Chines 47 Since. 48 Curse. 5f> Sister.

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