The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1939 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER • 1C, 1989 _Bl,YTllBVIl,Mi, (AUK.) COUHIKK NKWS PAGE FIV1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecu- 'Ive Insertions: Ono time \>r.r line. Iflc '.'wo limes per line per day....08c Vhrce times per line per day.,.06o fix times per line per day....05c Month rate per line ooo Cards of Thanks 5Cc & 15o Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six rimes and stopped bofore expira- wljustnienl or bill made; All Classified Advertising copy iirlmtltted by persons residing outside of the city rmist be accompanied by cash. Kates may be easily computed from above table. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions tates the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. a foot meat case. A good Buy nt $50 -°°- Scc Mlw Pai * Agricultural drain lands In New Madrid county. Missouri; HI right price and terms. Sec o. W, nice nt Rlsco, Mo. 15-pH-18 1039 Spartan Kruiio, Cheap, $50. Origlhnl cost $89.75. phono 816. ' . 13-ck-2a 500 theater scats, suitable un- churches. Complete shoe shop julpmenl.. Complete meat market equipment. Stiidebaker ninbu- lancc combination; Ail real hnr- snlnis. P. Simon, Phono 104. One ncri! of land fronting on B-ir- ficld road one mile east of nly- thevillc, Priced reasonable. 3)>H-n- did home site. See O. W. Lewis. For Rent Newly decorated five room house, 1010 Chickasawba. Phone 100. E. D: Ferguson. lO-ck-20 '<! rooiri furnished apartment. Private entrance. Lights and water furnished. $3.00 per week. 1231 Holly. 15-pk-ia Unfurnished apartment in Shane Apartment Building on W. Main St. Call 571 or 1D7. 15-ck-lf 5 room house with bath.. 713 Clark St. New house. Phone 695. 15ckl9 Dunlap Store adjoining Kress company. Will rent as two stores or- ris sirrgle store. Thomas Land Company 13-ck-18 ICO W. Kentucky. 10 room residence. 2 baths. Newly decorated. ndiii. S4o. 309 N. 5tli. Pretty bungalow. Newly decorated. Hardwood floors: Rent $25. Thomas Land Co. 13Ck-18 Bedroom at 515 Chickasawua. Call at Palace Cafe. 13-ck-20 3 room furnished apartment. 203 W. Kentucky. Mrs. stsR. 13-ck-tf Bedroom in private home. Garage. Private balh. Gas heat. Man preferred. Phone 410. 9-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment, electric stove and refrigerator. Csill 433-W or 11. 133 W. Kentucky. 1-ck-II Spacious living-bedroom for two business- women. Twin beds. Phone. 239. . 'n-ckrlf Ccmfor'tablc single bedroom for employed woman. Phone 230, 1058 Main. ia-ck-tf One good tip-lght piano. Phone• 77. H-ck-21 For ssilc quick. Rooming house.' 10 rooms furnished and rented. 3 room house, 2 lots and oulsicic buildings. 3 vacant lots. Harry Atkins. 125 W. Main St. 13-ck-20 1147 acres of land adjoining Li)bourn, Missouri, on the north. Good cotton base. Also other small farms. For particulars sec A. T. Earls, Ll!b<mri>, Mo. 13-pk-20 Unusual li.-.rgalns Iir Farnul 183 acre farm, 9 miles N. W. from Charleston, Mississippi County. Missouri. Good black land. Highly productive. 1 lagre house; 2 tenant houses, other buildings on highway. All in cultivation. Good corn, cotton, wheat allotment. 51)50 down, annual installments' 3G72.45, I also have other farms in all Southeast Missouri Counties. Write Nathan M. Sims, 207 Scott. Co. Mill Bldg., Sikesloi), Mo. ll-ck-18 4 room 1 nicely fumishod Frlgidaife. Elcclrlc Sieve. 916 .Ash; call' 573. ' lo-ck-23 3 room modern furnished apartment. Private ball). Fri Bid dire. Phone 695, • ' 15-ck-lfl 4 room, furnished or unfurnished Aixirlmcnt. Newly, decdmlcd. 710 W. Ash. Phone 727. IScktS 3 room unfurnished niiavtmerU'. Modern and In first c!nss c-omll- tlcn, Corner Mnln nnd Second. P. Simon, phone"164. . 15-ck-tf 2 room furnished apartment. 108 W. Kentucky.. Phone G83, 14|>k21 Well Furnished rooms. Steam Heal, desirable location. 1037 Walnut. Nicely furnished front room, steam heat, garage, Phone 5liO. 5cklO-5 Dairy Satisfactory quality and (Service In Dairy products. Cattle free of Bang's Disease, Ih best of physical condition. Call Mrs: Grace Lcworv. OIK-J, for Halscll's Grade A Haw Milk, Cream, Country Butter, niit- tcrmllk. extra or holiday orders. Inspection encouraged anytime. ICE-iCE Phone 10? JOHN BUCHANAN ICK COLD WATKKMKUINfl MIS THEM 4^ -"*'•'•-•**•• •**?•"'^Viit'!. .' .«i|,/m/I v^s HOLD EVERYTHING - By Clyde Lewi& For Sale or Trade 0 room house. 3'.i acres of land. 1 mile from town, will (rude for form land, C'nll MS. l-ck-10-1 1937 Chcv. Truck niui Tr«iicTTln'(i E. r\fnln. Penny Saver ciro. Position Wanted; Experienced slenoernphor mid bookkeeper, now employed, tvlsh- rs to clmnge nosltiims. Best refer- ene'cs. Write Box '"1"', c /o Courier News, 16-ck-ffl Shoe Repairing Premised ijnid, Houtc B room residence 116 S. Franklin, Rent for $21.00 per month. $1800, S200 cash, balance $25 per month. Also will sell B4C Lake Street, resi- tlencc and store combined for same price. Dr. J. A. SiiHba. 9-ck-lQ-a Selected double rea poppy seed tor sale. 25 cents per ounce, postpaid. September and October is ihc time to plant. Major Little, Blythevillc. 2-pk-10-2 Lumber. S18.00 per thousand iqct nt mill. Adjoining Clear Lake Farm. D. E. Gamer, Armorcl. For Sale Bin-rough's Electric Adding Machine cheap. Tern' Little Chevrolet 'Co. U-ck-21 Washing, Ironing Expert washing and Ironing. Chenn. Rough dry .nnd. finish, B quills $1.00. One day.. service. Willie 'dell Green, behind City Ice, Plant. 8-ck-0-8 INotice inlendars — Bemitlftil Complete line all sizes, Including jumbos. Every bri.sinc.ss n prospect. Smn- )les free. Also Chrislmns cards. Irmlnjr Cnlendar Co., C53!) Colage Grove, Chicago. Kt-pk-IU Fishing License FOR YOTIR CONVENIENCE, WE ARE PREPARED TO' ISSUE V'OUR FISHING . LrCEN'SE AT OUV STORE SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. Phone 35 Room and Borird, Boom niljoin l:nlh. Phone 33-1, Mrs. Z. A. Me j'tilstlon, Hi-ck-23 Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE' Well located 0 room' house with bath. Call 300. .' 1^-ck-tf Bedrooni suite, kilclien range, er, vvashstand, washing machine, sewing iirachine. Mrs. Pamiie Baker, phone 727. - H-ck-18 2 roonr house. Furnished. 300 S. Division St. ll-pl;-18 1, 2 or 3 furnished rooms. Everything modern. 814 Hearn. 30-pk-9-30 2 lovely furnished rooms aci]olnin» bath. Garage. Men only. 613 Walnut. Phone 8S9-W. 21-ck-9-ZI Store building for rent, steam heated. Parkhurst Co. Cfimforranle bedroom. Phone 277-J, 025 W. Main. 18ck-tl Nf!«' Ilirce-rootii iriodern, unfuru- ishcd. n'—.(airs apartment Screinixl porch, hath, larp-' 1 clos- ••ts. inlaifl linoleum on kitchen floor, wiiuiaiv shades including ve- netiarr blinds, equipped for butane gas heat, rangp-furnished; garcge OUVi W. Walnut. Phcne 98. 4ckir 4 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location Photic 280. M-ck-tf DOES YOUR CAR Shimmy, Wander, Weave WEAR AWAY YOUR TIRES? tt's .(l.ingcrpus nnd c.vprnsire (o drive irHIt J'teerin* Gc.ir aurt Front U'hrrjs mil of acl(nsl- mcnt. Keeping lUetn in ROO:! order is so simple nnd inexpensive you sliotild never tr«z.7t to chances. ADJUST STEERING GEAR COMPLETE STEERING GEAR ADJUSTMENT, '»- O- chiding— adjnstmcut J> "f all Ball Socfcct joints — lightening front Kiirins Clips and Shack' Ics. (Parts Extra). FREE FRONT END INSPECTION (The above includes a cciHiptcte INSPECTION and KKVOUT on - tf l > | I •• co.idition of Wired and factors affecting Alisnnn-jU (Ire wear.) PHILLIPS Stb * Walnut 1'houe 810 Lost Black nnri white long-haired' female R'nt -Terrier. Airswnrs to name of "Dinky". REWARD. Call 7H-J or 566. 14-pk-18 Minnows For Sale OOLDP7SH M1NNO\VS Earl Damcn, Cor. Railroad & Ky. WELDING nc and heavy wi Barksdale Mfg. Co. Drag line and heavy welding » specialty. Phonci la or Res, 10U Personal Arouse Sluggish Liver, irork off Ihc bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, nnd that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIRBV'S ACTIVE I.1VER PIM,s 25c at all Kirhy Stoics Alterations Fur alterations, Phone 275, TlOT Hcarn. Mrs. Alton Jaggers. 7-ck-10-7 c AMERICAN COMPOSER HORIZONTAL 1 Man who composed song "Old Bl.iclc Joe." 12 Ancient. theater. M Homeless child. If! Genus of birds 17 To harass. IB Shaft part. 19 To rot flax. 20 Tenants. 22 Every. 23 Heathen god. 25 Lacquer ingredient. 27 Outcries. 29 Genus of plant Jrce. 31 Hair dye. 32 Creed. 33 Into. 3'1 Greek letter. 3(5 Measure. 37 Typo measure. 38 Consumer. 33 Being. 41 Inlcrnalional call for help. Answer to Previous Puzzle 43 Piece of needlework. 43 Beast of. burden. 50 Public auto 52 Shipworm. 53 Prophet. " 51 Finch. 55 Look. 56 Nickel, (abbr.) 57 Ancient weight. 59 This composer won little honor or —'— in his lifetime. 60 tic wrote "My- Old Home." VERTICAL 1 Shoo bottom. . 2 Contact. 3 Epoch. 4 Large inns.. 5 State of bliss, fi Spruce. "1 To melt. 8 Sheaf. ? One plus one, 10 Pain in the • ear. If Rivulet. 12 His life WBS filled with , or troubles. 15 He is now famous for His 20 Revolves. 21 One whs neglects duly. 24 Sand 26 Dress protector. 23 Female fowl. 30 Fish. 35 Fit for plowing 38-To arrogate. 40 Law code. 42 Instrument. 44 Cow's call. 45 Pair. 46 Smooth. 47 Ireland. 4D To sag. 51 Halfpenny. 53 Sour plum; 54 Mister. 58 Affirmative' vote. QUALITY SHOE SHOP 'nvlslbfo half soling, crepe soles replaced on any shoe. Shoes dyed any coloi 1 . Polishes, luces * supplies. Phone 120, free pickup & lellvcry. O-ck-10-B Male Ilelp Room and Board "Sonny, f«o loll your diul I was dclivcnng llicso. liutilniiu' nuts lie onlcrctl \vlicn Ibe slorni slniuk." Nave I.ocutcd at 101 North Si'ioinl ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWAKOS, l'r(iiirlct«r All Makes of litlnillf TypeivriU'rn, AAillng aiiintiiiin «tiit Calniliitors—UtjialrliiR—I'urls—Itihlimu Trfc Ilolntes I'rult UKlAIf, cal. (UP) - nic Utah Chamber of Commerce innlntaini, in an wth-flllcd jnr In Its eitiu- i-ooins Die nmslcrplecc of Clark Hiilloy, 85-year-old horticulturist uml expert fruit tree arnflcr. Aii ordinary pear tree to begin with, llio Irec new Ijcars two kinds of iwai-.s, iipplcs, grapes B nd black- ton-lcs, rriilt Is prolliicod nccord- liig Io the proper season of each of Hie fruits Involved, IN T1IK CI1ANC13UY COlillT FOR TJ115 OHICKASAWBA Dr.3- •rnic'i', MISSISSIPPI COUNTY AHKANSAS. is No. 6901 , 1 j. ....01 Hyde, James M Hyda and Mrs John Hyde, Defendants ', W.iKNJNG ORDEK 1 '1'he non-mlrifat, defendant Ar-' hur Hjde 16 warned to appear in' the Chnncci-y Couit of the Chlck- f asawba District of Mississippi' County, Aiksn^ah, Mthln Ihlrty da>!, and arisAci the complaint of llio phlnlllfi, Frank Hyde, Charlos Hide ami Mrs Bertha Carlcw. - WUnwi my hand a^ Clerk of wrirl Court and the 4«il thereof Ihls Kt day of Ausust, 1039 HABVEY MORRIS, Clerk, w Leon Smith Attorney foi> Plaintiff* 0. A, Cumiliigham USED TRUCK BARGAINS )' ! i« 7 T R < MC ' )1/a lon> ' sl " l<0 ijO'ly, now r«',.,r r " (cma(1i »» 1 '! 1 "i Io", new tires, rccondi. ?;ijl) J!M5 Chevrolcl pitk-np S1T7^ I'1'17 'I f I t i*\\r\ •*•••••"? »-i/.uU j.i<>* .i/'i ion tiftlt rcrODUIIioiicd (hjotiRhout 537U Al.so imin.v «(li«i (ruck l)!irgi»Ins io Helect f.nm. lhc.se 11 neks miiht move LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. £'^!_ 1 !'' sl ""'" [>hon ° : " ij VARICOSED VEINS AND ULCERS •^fe M ^i,as^ suw nr IM« iinS «.?»Mn " 8C ii .* MC 110W '^"l 0 '! «y a simple, hnrm- iis* urifl speclllc luflhod—n nc-n-'ilirBlcnl ticatuicnl The a\er- "i - sr , mny (.ntliply freed of all tinccs of the onlaiged (HIM? in hL"'! 00 ."' ( ?!", tl ™ (mo » 1 '' The patient Is not con- iliiwl to bed, nor dow 11 Interfere \vllh Uls or her uoik ConsuIUiilou free mm joii Incm no DRS. NIES & NIES Itlyllicvlllp, Ark, i'liinic 'M UciffH (if Terror FRED HARMA1V AMiGc* mo--- AL S6NOR RYDER-•• VJ&6L MEJ< ICO WEEL GE OF ^OU Rl IB 6KE.CUTIOM Of "A 1 Oiie-.M.in Aiili-Tjink It.-idcn El HER HAUL THAT SOLO/VMSED . TELLING I HEAD; US! OR SOME.BODV' GONNA. GIT HURT.' BOOTS AND HRJ? O\Wfa SOW lOWA'O XCT MR. TWVi&.TO DO ' CKcK. \^> TO WASH TUBBS HY ROY CKANK THSV. DOWT SUSPECT VJHO WE ABE, ^ HAVE A PLMI, WSH,THAT WAV 6^T TWM THE COHTRARV, O ILLUSTRIOUS VISITOR, EH? \we Afis.HowoaF' VOUIAEAH\ TOHKMEVOU, VOU OOtVT us COVMV1G OV1L'/ TO THE MEW WHO UUP — 1U H\PPA-WHA. ,-_Z *>.i. WELL, mu /COME. ViS IJIIL ~A(< THIS IS SOFTEE/ S'OU TO THE BEAUT PICKIJJS THAU CECEMOIiV ?(j TWA I THOUfiHT. VvOU HftV SEE EVEt THW& FOR HDVJ WE 6UMMA6ET AWAV FROW THESE 8KDS: t-'RRCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY:MERrtil,L' '•% APPEARIMG IN A PLA-f ? b^- fafaftfaff ' • fVAUl- TOCK / THEY ?€AMl2SD A (3&OUP I SHAOYSIDE/ WHOOPEE! HERE we so GATHERING NUTS IM MA.Y, NUTS IM WAY, MUrS If. MAY ^ —T^ ^ <^.)^2x - K* ^3- ~. ..-w, LOOKS To ME • LIKE X^ I , J> f \'\ HE COULD PUT; HIMSELF ; ,. | V'/-/ *// "' cV V_J! M THE ^ Me SA SX£rn ' f/ &

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