The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1939 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1939
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBKK 27, BLYTHBVILLB, (AUK.) COUHIBll NKWS i'AGl? JiLEVlpN OPPORTUNITY USB THE WANT-AM-^« (AN T AFFORD TO - - - _ * . » r . ,. .... . < l^ * \ *^^ t.**-i>vjlij*..( I... CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING [NFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions; One time ner line lOc Vwo times per line per diiy..,.08c . Vl.ree times .per line per day...06e fix tiTies per line per day....053 Alonth rate per line... C0e Cards of Thanks... 50c & 15c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six • limes and stopped before cxpira- Von will be charged for the num- fer of times the add appeared and adjustment of 1)111 inndo. All classified Advertising copy (ubinlltcd by persons residing oul- lide of the city nfust be accompanied by casli. Rates may be easily computed from above table. AdvertlsVifi ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one lime rate. No responsibility will be taken tor more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Sale My residence nt 1001 W. Ash. Or wilt trade for vvpll located siiuUI- c.-i - residence. Doyle Henderson. 2fi-pfc-3 500 theater seats, syllable for churches. Complete slice shop equipment. Complete meal mai- ket equipment. Studebaker ambulance combination. All real bargains. P. Simon, Phone 704. l5-ck-10-15 8 room residence 116 B. Franklin. Rent for $21.00 per month. $1800, $200 cash, balance 525P per month. Also will sell (MO Lake Street, residence and store combiner! for same price. Dr. J. A. Saliba, 3-ck-10-Q Selected double reel poppy seed for sale. 25 cents per ounce, postpaid. September and October is the time to plant. Major Little, BIytheville. 2-pk-iO-2 Personal Arouse Sluggish Liver, work oil the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIHBY'S ACTIVE I.IVKB PILLS 25c at, all Kirby Stores MEN OLD AT '10! GET!' PEl' New OSTREX Tonic Tablets contain invigorators, stiir.iiUinls. 73 year old doctor says "I take Osi- rex myself." Sl.OO size, special today 89c. Call, write Kirby Bros. Drue Store. For Sale or Trade 6 room house.'3'.£ acres of land. 1 mile from lown. Will trade for farm laud. Call 603. l-ck-10-1 •10 or 80 acres improved land. Will trade for city prpperly. Call at J. M. Buchanan Grocery at D35 Lumerale. 25pklO-25 Minnows For Sale GOLDFISH MINNOWS Earl Damon, Cor. Railroad & Ky. For Rent Nice bedroom. Convenient to biUli. Steam heat, Phone 280. la-ck-tf Four room furnished apartment. 1 Private bnlli. Phone 1018-W. II. : II, Sclunuck. 2li-c!i-30. 5 room Kuril, house. l-YI(jiiliiirc. Cia-! rage. Mrs. C. H, Wheeler, 80D: Ilcarn. 25-ck-2 room unfurnished ansnmcnt with bath, Oil Inirnrr heater, t shades, mid hoi-walcr healer t«f- nlshed. Call Mrs. Matt Monasliau nt 'ilitt-J or 529. 2 room furnished apartment. 108 W. ICi'iitiieky. plione 683. 23pk3t) 2 rooms mljouiiiijr bath. Outside entrance. 415 E, Sycamore, 23pi(28 3 room modern furnished apartment. Private bath ami entrance, 101 W. Davis, phone COS. 22-ck-U Three room apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Private bath. Phone 280. I'J-ck-lf Bedroom. Twin beds, rtll convetil-j enccs. Call Ml. 18-ck-tf Nice comfortable front bedroom. 1000 W. Ash. Call 445?W. 18cktt tfnfurnlslicd apartment in Shane Apartment Hitildlng on W. Main St. Call 571 or 107. 15-ck-tl Bedroom in private home. Oarage. Private bath. Gas heat. Man pic- ierred. Flione 410. 9-ek-lf Spacious Itvtug-bcdrooin for two business women. Twin beds. Phone 239. 12-ok-U Comfortable single bedroom for employed woman. Phone 23D 1028 Main. 12-ck-tf 1, 2 or 3 furnished rooms. Everything modern, an Hearn. 30-jik-9-30 Store building for real, steam healed. Parklmrel Co. 2ek!0-2 3 room unfurnished apartment. Modern and in first class condition. Corner Main and Second. P. Simon, phone 764. 15-ck-tf Nicely furnished front room, steam heat, garage, Phone 5uO. 5cklO-5 Lost DOES YOUR CAR Shimmy, Wander, Weave WEAR AWAY YOUR TIRES? ll's d:\nscroiis and e.viirustvc In drive with Fleering and Trent Wheels mil of nil fust- incut. Kcerilug tlioni in Blind order Is so simple ami Inexpensive .vim slinuld never tru.-.t to chancL's. ADJUST STEERING GEAR COMl'MiTK STIJKU1NO OEAK ADJUSTMENT, in- chiilinjj—aujuslnu'iit uf all Hull Socket joints — tightening fronl Spring C'ltjis mid SlmcU- les. (Tails Kvlra). FREE FRONT END INSPECTION (The above Incluflcs n complete JNSI'KCTION and HKI'OllT on co.jilitiuu uf Wheel Alignment and factors allccting lire near.) PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Sfb A Walnut 810 Dairy Satisfactory quality and service In Dairy products. Cattle free cl Bang's Disease, In best of physical condition. Call Mrs. Grace Lcwcrv. n02-J, for Ualsetl's Grade A Haw Milk. Cream, Country nutter. Buttermilk, extra or holiday orders, Inspection encouraged anytime. Halsen's Dairy Premised Land, Route 2 Wliile Poodle dog with brown spots. Lost on H\V. 01. four miles south. REWARD. J. L. Wallace or call 8-P-ll. 25-pk-2 Salesmen Wan led Ic e ,l6E~iCE Phone 1C? ICE COLf) 'WATERMELONS Wanted To Buy Several bushels green tomatoes. Must, be reasonable. Call Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, M8-J after 6'00 P.M. SOLDIERS' PHILANTHROPIST IfORIZONTAL 1,6 Man \vho conceived the idea ol the Red Cross. 12 Pertaining to birds. 13 At no lime. 14 In. 15 To brush with a broom. 3G Expert flyer. 173.1416. 18 Quick smart blow. 20 Court. 21 Myself. 22 Onager. 24 Behold. ' 25 Shining hriHiantly. 31 Death noltcc. 32 Eagle's nest. 33 French measure. 31 Tribunal. 36 Obtained. 3V Unit of work. 33 Norlh America. 40 Ship's record. 42 Driver's command. 43 Street. WANTED—AMBITIOUS HUSTLER. Sell Rawlcigh Products Needed every home. Easily sold Pleasant ivork. Should make yooc earninfi.s at start and increase rap- Idly. Opening nearby. We teacl you how. Rawleigh's. Dciit. AKI- 27-50, Memphis, Tenn. 20-i)k-2B Welding EXPERT ELRCTKIC AND ACETYLENE Tailors I'railc In j-niir nlil suit OH n nuw ono. S'JS.50 nji. CKOKfiH L. M1I1H lllc's Only Tulloi- Woman Drjmly Kmburrassril MOUIiSTO, Cn). (UP) — Heliif n wonmn ili'puly sheriff Is iibl 'rfilli- oiil the pr.sslbility of some incon- Save Your Soybeans Si'c us ahout it niasscy liiiiTis Clipper Coinbiiie Full B-foot cut. Full width, straight (liroiifjlt sepanition, I'oivcr take-oil or motor driven. Etisy terms arranged. Blytheville Soybean Corp. So. K.K. SI. I'lione 555 vmloucps, When Ui'inily' Sheriff Helen n. u>\vls iisslslril' a male deputy In escorliiiR mi Insane woman to the Slocklon Slate Ho.s- pllnl, tlu> nintron stepped prcinplly up, took Mrs. Lowls by Ihe nrin, HSMiml licr that everything would be nil right , m( i s ( 1V vtc(l to wscorl her to (he wuvd. ^fl•.s. Unvb In- dlenimlly prolesled Hull i'vi>ry- Wert Optometrist "HI5 MARKS 'KM SKK" Our J(w Isaiics' Store I'honc 5'10 —PRESCRIPTIONS- Safe - - Acciirnte Your Prescription Druggist Howler Drug Co. Main * Plrst riiuue HI New Located at 101 Nurlh Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON ItinVAKUS, Proprietor All Makes of KdmlH Typewriters, Adding Machines and Calculators—Jicpalrln);—Paris—Ii Cured \\M\aul Surgery, ;iu<( (iuitraiiU'cil A very wife nnd harmless method; wllliout confinement lo bed. toff, of lime t, mn HW ii „,„( wttll vcrv | (t(lp ^i,^,,,. c^fZ'Xct 11 "'*' "*"""• "'""^ ite " Ire »™ * DBS. WES & WES Clinic &n Mi ,i,, Blyll.n-llic, Aik M, uno OS Ihlnu was net nil right and the iillnlr was quickly jitrnlgliUitcil out, llnbylaittnii iistiolOBors hold the number la to be unlucky. KSJ'liBT ELECTRIC WIRING KJiAllTll'Ui, LINK Ol' ELECTRIC FIXTURES a ml Water llcyk'rs WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP iiu Ni>,'aiiii . riiui Used Truck SPECIALS rou I'Aiu »YI;I;K i;i:t!l Iliinliini H|i«rl Itnail.stfr. 7(11) Allies. 1,1- ri'iisc, (Inoil as N'nu- '.'IT (I.M.C. 1 TON W Wlieol.s, Hccon- dllloiu'il lool.s, Hccon- (fonA Unmighout. . «po"U '.'17 <!.M.C. Truck K Trmln- Reconditioned '»? O.iM.C. L.M Willi JloOy. New Tires lii'coiidltloncd . AT |,OW YWAC 'i'Hl LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. Mil ill IMnnu; ll'^l) ntaitt-ifj'JIli Imi-^^.;;.!^ ff^-*ri L N. y OUST AHE.M5 \5 •W PLACE WlliiRE "WAT LAS! \ i RAWCHER. WAS KN1F60SYTH-VMEREVOOLP" ' ' ANO I'LL SET VJE FiNt> HUr-\At~J TRACKS.' PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5(li K Walnut i-i,,,,,,, bll) ^y~^K^'i> HAUMAJy ^J^°»cAVA?Wo«< ; lS^» '*'$•&"< Urag Hue an<l hcavj wcldlnp a. BarksdaTe Mfg. Co. Thonn 19 or Res. 1019 Washing, Ironing Answer to Previous Tuzzle "•A Essay. 16 Affecting Hie. 40 No. 50 Scarlet. 52 Local news. 53 Short cask. 51 Hawaiian bird 55 Jewel. 57 Close. 59 Musical nolc. Gl He was ;i by birth. 62 Ho the first unit to help wounded soldiers. VEUTICAI, 1 Laughter sourr'.t. 2 To oust. 3 Baseball team. 4 Aniimi! 5 Genus of fan palms. 7 Injudicious. 8 Born. OTo affirm. !0 Himalayan barley. 11 Transposed. 15 Shovel. 1G He wrote an • of the wounded soldiers' ncglccl. 19 He died in - or need. 21 Iron. 23 To entangle. 25 Chest bone 2C Pa re n I. 2Y Limb. 2fl Amatory. ^Inscct's'esK. 30 Tow boat 30 Fabulous bird 3T Snakclike fish 39 Indian weapon. 11 Festival. Expert washing and Ironing. Cheap. Rough dry and finish- 6 quills Sl.OO. One day service. Willie Bell Green, behind City Ice Plant. 9-ri:-10-9 Notice To rny friends and the [Hililic: I am new .salesman' for Tti< Land Co. If interested in farms' or dl.v moiicrly, sro inc. H. C. Campbell 2a-i)k-2 Wanted !<h;ipcd plant part. 43 Fur. •i.i You.- 47 CJ?mo on horsebaclt W Strong taste. I LAND WANTED—If you have any i size tract for sate sec us at . once. \ve can r.ell it. i If you v.5int your city jjropcrjy i sold, \vc can .sell it for yr>u. nils Land O- Zi-ck-2 Notice 01 Dower properly. 53 Three. fi 1 Bone. 56 Postscript. 58 Form of "a." GO Advertisement ! Hunting License | & BIRD DOG LICENSE j FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE [ ARE PREPARED TO ISSUE YOUR HUNTING AND BIRD ! UOG LICENSE AT OUR STORE. [ SHOUSE-HENRY j , HARMVAKK CO. 35 i Shoe Rrpuiriijcr QUALITY SHOE SHOP Invisible half so!in». crepe soles replaced on any shoe. Shoes dyed any color. Polishes, luces supplies. Phone 120, free pickup delivery. G-ck-10-G Radio Service IWKK b AUTO KADIO -SKRV1CE Wulf Kiidin Service . . I'liouc 57 22-pk-10-22 AllCl'il ll Fur alteratiotis, Phone '275, 1120 Heam. Mrs. Alton Jaggers, 7-ck-lO-7 ME HOPE 60: MO 1JK.E-UM .GHOST VJOUF.' f 6WE L1YTL.E SEAVER. GOOSE PIMPLES/ , SPOT MJ-D . S HW---AM MOTHIM' BUT WOLF TRACKS HERE Lh5t NIGHT.HIEN JiY V. T. HAMLIft BUT TO RETURN! TO MODERN TIMES, YOU SIMPLY WUST> 1 -' IVE ALREADY REMEMBER THE EXACT / TMUNK ^AYSELF SPOT WE ENTERED THIS/ INTO A. HEADACHE! ERX...THINK HARD' ™™**&!F B -^ I^PLACE! ANVWAY, I VVANTA LOOK AT THAT WOODEN HORSE TK &REEK5 LEFT US WHEN] THEY HI&H ~~ TAILED IT FOR HOME. 1 w/Ammmtimmffl rz. ^_ cor^. MM BVjfC*8LHviCf. inc. pir.OFr Vc_- JSa .- .•,—_- . ., _ „.. , ,_,., , —^_^_ ^ —._KT-_ !Pf_j WASH TUIiliS rHEVVELEFTUS ^CAUCI H&iMcn rn A D/V= ,i ) nt AVt! '. WE GOT THE POST mo cout HAS FLED FROM THE RAGING VOUANO BUT HOW.L N I &OTTA KNIFE. CHWKJED TOAPOS7 1 NOW «,UN f OR THE TO HECK WITH THOSE 6'JYS UP. SUP THE CHAIMS -(OVER THE TOP. WE GET OUR ) QUICK, VAN, REACH HANDS FREE?/ ^ MV POCKET, BY MERRILL Bl.OSSEK IN A TRAILER', PROMISES TO 6E A S6MSA.T- OM HIS FATHERS FARM MB IS WORKING HG WAV TW003H SCHOOL YOUR. SAW HIM pur our A M&TEH BY HIT- TlNfi IT WiTM A PASSEil . HE (3 A Boy WHO DEVELOPSO HIS PITCHING AeM BY LO&OIMO MELONS ' POOTBALt, AT 3O . YARDS . AND . IF WITH -R rr WOULDN'T BS To see HIM A WATCH AT THE CHAMPIOMSHIp NUBSIM DBPlAYi 'HIS - MAQE HAIR OJT

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