The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1940 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940 . BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FAGtNOTI CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per ime ror consecutive insertions: One time per line .............. lOc *'wo times per line per day ____ 08c Three times per line per day..0tfc Six times per line per day ..... 05c Month rate per line.... ........ flOc Card of Thanks ........ 50c & 75c Minimum charge 50c. ; Ads ordered for three or six times! I -end stopped before expiration wiU be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Hates may be easi- ! ly computed from the above table Advertising' ordered for irregular fciertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Sale 640 acres cutover Cypress land. Just LOOK BELOW Bedroom adjoining bath. Men only. 613 Walnut. Phone 1031 H-ck-tf 1838 Ford Deluxe Tudor Special this week 1936 Chevrolet Coach Special 1939 Ford Deluxe Tudor. Price this week only — 193S Ford 60 Tudor. This week only $339 $179 $326 1939 Plymouth Deluxe Tudor. This week over Arkansas 515 per acre. line in Missouri 40 acres $2250. Southwest of Gosnell '151 acres near city, 6 room, modern residence. • 40 acres land. $2100. 5 room -modern house 1250 Willow Street. • and bath 1082 acres Cypress'land. 450 in cultivation. Balance cutover. $30 per acre. Rollison and Cagle, Inc. Ill No. 2nd Phone 1138 14-ck-tt 1936 Ford Panel. Special price. . $153 1935 Chevrolet Pick-up. Only a few lays left at this price 939 Ford Pick-up Th'is week only. . PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Hh & Walnut Phone For Rent or 4 room unfurnished apartment, with bath. Call 816. 14-ck-tf 3 room furnished,apartment. 127 pugan. Mrs. J. cAcriner. Inquire *i ShMW-Bemy Har4w« Co. at»«t FHA «nd E£A ten* •• GOULDS WATER SYSTEMS 3 room furnished apartment. 1315 W. Main. 14-ck-tf Modern 3 room furnished apartment. Frigldalre. Private Bath sail 294. 14-ck-tf 5 room house. Mis. C. H. Wheeler, 809 Hearn St. . J3-ck-l2-13 4 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 12-ck-tf Furnished two-room and bath apartment, prefer ,gentlemen. Lights.and .water furnished. Frank C. Douglas, Phone 383 or 454. 12-ck-tf Modern, 3 room furnished apartment. , Newly decorated.. Corner Main and Second. F. Simon, Phone 764. • . ' .' 12-ck-tf Available' . soon—two-room office •suite,, windows on Main street Sudbury ,Bldg." Phone No, One. Apartment" 1032 W.' Ma,in. Reasonable. -Phone 52Q, . 11-ck-Ll 3 room furnished apartment. 224 Dugan. Mrs. Wert. ..11-ck-t. Notice FARMERS Repairing expert gun repairing.. See C. If. ftmbn at the Blythcvilie Armory on Wednesday and Thursday*. Nursing Hospital trained practical nurse. Will leave town. Olga Jackson, 1000 Hearn. Phone 1139. 23-pkll-29 FUNNY BUSINESS For Sale USED STOVES Good Used Supertax, Oleman. International OIL BURNERS $17.50 UP 206 W. Main Phone 233 Nice large bedroom. Double or -twin beds. Phone Number 2. 9ck-12-9 3 room office suite with waiting room": Air conditioned heat."Apply at ; Hubbard Furniture Store. 7-ck-tf Painting Good used reeanditioned Singer Machines $20 Up We service all makts sewing: machines & vacuum cleaners. Phone 535, Singer Sewing: Machine Co. •14-ck.-12-14 SPRAY PAINTING PRICES REASONABLE Call 31e for Estimate EARL SHEPPARD Phone 711 7-ck-12-1 Coal & Kindling H.W. fil iVo. Opp. Joyner Oil Co. SEE N. TJ WADE PHONE 912 13-pk-l2-l3 Air-tight Circulator Heater, $150 Yaliie.:.Will sell .for $25. J. Henderson, Dell, Arkansas. 13-ck-16 FRYERS. Cr,u'shed Corn and Meal. '•Mai'ilyn Hatchers, Highway b'i North. Phone 742. 12-pk-12-12 Three nice junior Duroc-Jersey Boars- By Waveline. I. M. Castlio, Luxcra, Ark.' 12-pk-lQ Welding Comfortable front bed room. Qut- sJde entrance. 515 Walnut, Phone 361. .-.'.- 7-c-k-tf Unfurnished- apartment 900 Walriut. ior ^ rent. 6-ck-tf Desirable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 5-ck-if 2 or 3 room nicely - furnished apartment. 914 Heam. 2-pk-12-2 Class Marked For Producing First Novels TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UP)—Belling first novels Is nothing unusual for students of Prof. Hudson Strode, who tenches creative writing at the University of Alabama. Since .Jan. 1, 1938, four first novels have been accepted for publication .by the first publishers to whom they were submitted. Latest to contract for a first novel is Edward Kimbrough, 21- year-old graduate who will receive his Master's degree next month. Kimbrough's novel, "Prom Hell to BOOTS ANT) HKK Wert Optometrist MAKES'EM SEE* Ovtr Jw Phone ESCRIPTI Prc*h«t Stock Guaranteed BWt Guaranteed B«U MOM Kirby Prig Store -^ , -\ -/-I. I'-"-*'.-.!" '9 ' SAVE 4!.".GAL ** l»»—T»nk CAT to j*or car. (Trtnctfcjl QM) JOYNER OIL CO. C. 6. Hiffam? 41, Ntrtfc — PRESCRlPtlONS— Safe - - Aeeurmtt Tour Preooriptioo Drufglrt Fowler Drug Co* M»ln A Ftnrt rt«M 141 TRY OMC Ote Hickory Jin Acroii mm ftljlr flrWil FOR SALE f; Nice 4 room rwMetiee on Franklin Street, Price WOt/ - > THOMAS LAND OO. B. C. — "Certainly we can rend—i I says 'Go' from where \ve Breakfast," j\ satire on Mississippi politics, will be published In August. Kimbrough received four times the amount usually paid authors of first novels, which will enable him to continue his creative writing another yenr be/ore seeking a Job. In May. 1038, Harper's published Harriett Hnssell's "Rachel's Children," and in March, 1940, tht same hoissp brought out Gerrie Thlclcn's "Awake! My Heart.". Ir. April, 1940, Atlantic -Monthly Press accepted Helen Nerds' "Something More Than Earth." Prof. Strode limits his classes |o 12 students. lie Wants To We SAN FRANCISCO, jCftl. (UP) — Woodrow Wilson Todtj, 34, hopes he will be drafted into the urmy, the sooner the' better. Fined $1,00 lor drunken driving, ho said, he is pnylng It on the Installment plan. If he is drafted, Juttye C, A. Gtile snicl he would enncclthe ilne. DANGERS OF HEMORRHOIDS \ Hemorrhoids do not and cunnot coirect themselvcK. Relief". from ointments is illusive and temporary. Neglect results 'in further ami moro serious and dnngerous conditions' such as • ciinccr, fistula, flwure, «rypUti8,^ thrombotic piles, 'etc., Frora these develop the following ienexe.->; nervousness, S 6lc^ple5sne»,\ constiptition, .despondency, he«4iche, bacjc »«d leg^tcli*, *tc. All types of rrctul diseases are taken care "of in our' offlee without' •hospltallzation, An- accepted cases'g\jararite^i; % * \ DRS. NIES & NIES ; CUulc 514 Main St. Ph, OT ' ' DON EDWARDS TypewrtUr eelling ROYAL WORLD'S NUMBER ONE TYPEWRITER ROYAL PORTABLE WTTII MAO1O MAJ4UU* QLENCOE HOTEJ>, BUILDING PHONI «1 (Every Tramaction Muat Be Satiafactory) " ; " ' ' ' EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE BOATS WELDING line and heavy welt specially. Barksdale Mf g. Co. D rug: line and heavy welding a specially. One 'store ' building across street from Ritz Theatre. See Mrs. Webb. 1011 Hearn St. 2-ck-12-2 4 room apartment. Private batn and entrance, li block off Main, j Call 627-W 31-ck-tf TWO ROOM APARTMENT. UTILITIES ' FURNISHED. , . PHONS 1129. 100 W. KY. .-'24-pk-ll-24 Thone 19 or Kes. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylene 16 foot Inboard 12 months old.' Powered Dodge Marine Conversion. Speed 35 M.P.H. Full V-Bottom. . —ALSO— 16 foot outboard. Full V-bottom. 32 «.P. Johnson motor or '50'ILP. Johnson racing motor. Barksdale Mfg. Co. 12-ck-12-12 WELDING Fender and Body Work and' Lawn Mower Sharpening D. W. CRANFORD Dell, Ark. Personal Nice comiorcable rpum.'.Close Mrs. Nolen. 310 W.-Walnut. . ' • . . -. - .- ' - •'•' 18-ck-tf Nice 'large: furnished rocfm ' next" co bath. Outside entrance. Close in. Phone 988. ' . '• 15-ck-cf Wanted to Buy Want .to'-'buy land.. We. have buyers for- tracts from 20 acres to 1000 acres. See us at oxice. Thomas Land Company. • •;/.,• 12-ck-18 Arouse ShigfUh Urn, work ofl tbe ofle to rid yourself of conati- patiorv, gas pains, and that tour punk feeling. Take one box ol Washing, Ironing FOR SALE: T\vo "40 acre toacts of} cutover land. D. R. Garner, Ar-1 morel. lL-pk-12-11 ACTIVE UTVEft 7 quilts or blankets: - - . Expert Work Done Willie BeU Gre«n. behind City lee Plant, li.W. 61 North, fl-ck-10.9 Three table Pool Room. : Good equipment. T. W. Markham, Luxora. 7-p-k-12-7 4 pieces antique furniture. Singer .Sewing Machine. 108 Dugan. BARGAINS IN LATE MODEL PICK-UP TRUCKS .1—1940 Chevrolet 3/4 pick-up tmck '. 1—1940 Dodge 3/4 pick- lip Truck '...' 2—1940 Ford V-8 pick-up trucks. Choice 4—1939 Chevrolet pick•up trucks. Choice 1—1933 Chevrolet 3/4 pick-up truck 2—1939 For V-8 pickup trucks. Choice 4—1S37 G.M.C. Pick-up trucks. Choice 1—1038 Bodge Pick-up truck 1—1937 PljTnouth Pick-up truck : 1—1937 International pick-up truck 1—1936 Dodge Pick-up truck 1—1934 Chevrolet pick-up truck WOMAN ARTIST, $395 $345 $391 $275 $329 $235 $179 $169 $129 —We Trade— Open Xigrhts and Sundays TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. HORIZONTAL looted woman artist. 10 To shun. 11 Intention. , 12 To abdicate. '\ 13 Wrath. 14 To soak flax. 15 'Manifest. IB Reverence. 19 Copper. .2.1 To issue. 24 Player ol-the -, flute. ' 29 Head wind. 30 Father.* 31.Tuning device. .48 To put on. 32 Adorned'with 49 Slides. tassels. -50Toward sea. 34 Her-native " 51 Eagle. land. 52 Emanation, So Spike of corn. 53 Bigger. 36 Ocean. 54 She was a 37 Genius ol painter of ostriches, • '.—-. "* • 41 Ale. 43 Coin slit. . VERTICAL, 46 Too long- 1 Carmi.ne. Answer to Previous Puzzle 17 She lived '.2 Surplus.- . 3 Monotony. ; .4 Entrance. 5'Wager. 6 Ingenuous- 7 To employ. • 8 Green gem, 9To pilfer.. 15 To be . indebted 16 Afternoon •' nieal. 3 8 To concur. 20BrielnJo. 22 Flightier bird. 23 ffainif- . 24 Fashion. 25-Philippinc ' tree. . 26 Small ho 27 Dry: 28 Handles. 30 Mocker, . 33 Youth. SIGrazed. 36 Drug: 38 To listen. 39 To comfort 40 Region, 42 Neither. 43 Squalid neighborhood 44 Italian coin. £5 Jewel. 47 Wood spirit. 49 Monkey. Phone 633 She H;isRc(f A\l BY FRBD HAKMAfi 6ut UTOJE TELLS Ai.LRY OOP Move Over BY V.' T. HAML1N GIT OUT FROM UN MV BED, VDO DAD-GUMMED f WHAT DO HAV HEAD/ IF VOURE SO DOGGONE SLEEPV, WHV <50 GIT INTO A BED THAT IStfT OCCUPIED? VOU THIMK THIS IS, AKJVWAV? WASH TUBBS What's Up? BY ROY CRAWS rOUE REPORTS. DID A -SPLENDID yoi). BY6EOR6E, TWSNK5"; WEIL, DON T IOOK WR P«A\SE THAN THAT, YOU 60TH TO EXPECT UTTUE , AWO EWDIST 1DAM6EP, yOJ HAVE THE SAT- WTHI$ COUWTRV, TOO. 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