The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1940 · Page 9
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[URSbAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE "(ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAG* Nfi« CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per Unc ror consecu- Itive insertions: 1 One time per line lOc I Two times per line per day....08c [Three times per line per day..0oc Kix times per line per day 05c Month rate per line. .60c [Card of Thanks 50c & 75c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times end stopped before expiration wlU te charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment ID! bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easi- |ly computed from the above table Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one time rate K No responsibility will be taken I for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. A City's Wants Classified For Your Benefit fig] fig For Sale practically new living room suite. Price greatly -reduced. 513 Madi|son Ave. 20-pk-25 I One used piano for sale cheap. I Phone 739. 20-ck-27 TRADE NOW FOR THE FINEST USED CAR BARGAIN YOU'VE EVEK SEEN! AT PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT $459 $326 $579 $186 $338 For Rent '39 Ford Deluxe Tudor Priced to sell quick '38 Ford "60" Tudor A Bargain '40 Ford "85" Tudor. Clean as a pin '36 Ford Fordor. iA Big Bargain. . .. '38 Ford Delude Tudor. Radio & heater —TRUCKS- '35 Chevrolet Pickup Sec this one! [Estate Heatrola. Slightly used ana in perfect condition. Phone 3-F-3. 20-ck-25 | House Trailer for sale, see Harve Lucius back of Fairgrounds. 18-pk-25 I Modern 5 room residence. I "Modern G room residence Ion West Cherry St. 'To appreciate I these houses you have to see them -By Appointment. Rollison & Ca- |gle. 1640 acres cutover Cypress land. Just lover -Arkansas line in Missouri I $15 'per acre. 40 acres Southwest of Gosnell $2250. 1151 acres near city, 6 room modern I residence. "40 acres land. $2100. 15 room modern house ixncl bath [ 1250 Willow Street. 1082 a'cros Cypress land. 450 in cultivation. Balance cutover. §30 per (acre. KoHisou and Caglc, Fiic. Ill No. 2nd Phone 1128 .;;.....- 14-Bk-tf i Good _, used rccondiiiOncd Singer Machines $20 Up We service aU makes sewing: machines & vacuum cleaners. Tlione 5,;5, Singer ' Sewing Machine Co. Coal & Kindling H.W. «l iso. Opp. Joyner Oil C-o. SEE N. T. WADE PHONE 912 13-pk-l2-13 '36 Ford Panel. A real buy. .. $99 $152 '38 International Pick-up. In A-l Condition '39 Ford 1 Ton Pick-up. (fc'O'TO Priced at Rock-Bottom... «pO I *7 '38 Chevrolet Pick-up. C73fi A sweet running truck... <PvOO PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Downstairs apartment -for rent 107 W. Davis. Phone 814-W or apply at 108 Dugau. 19-ck-22 2 room furnished apartment. Lights and water furnished. Reasonable. 1601 W. Ash. 16-ck-tl 2 houses. 1109-1113 Holly. Phone Mrs. Sternberg, 984. 16-ek-tf Cicely furnished front bedroom. Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone 5(50. 16-ck-tl For Sale 40 acres N.W. of Holland 2 and 3/4 miles. 2 furm houses. This plncc is a real bargain. Rollison and Caglc. Ill No. Second St., Phone 1128. 21-ck-lf Baby bed, high chuir, Philco cni- radio, nll^tcd utility trailer. See them at Goodyear Store on Main st - 21-ck-25 Three. 4-room unfurnished apartments, with bath. Call 816. 16-ok-tl Modern house. Built-in cabinet. Breakfast- nook. Newly painted Apply 122 W. Cherry St. 15pk22 3 room furnished apartment. 807 Chickasawba. Phone 1026. 15cktl' 4 room furnished apartment. 1015 W. Ash. Phone Mrs. Goodwin at "5-W. 15-ck-tl Bedroom adjoining bath. Men only 613 Walnut. Phone 1031 14-ck-tl' Modern 3 room furnished apart' ment. Frigidaire. Private Bath Call 294. 14-ck-ti 5 room house. Mrs. C. H. Wheeler, 809 Hearn St. 13-ck-12-13 4 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 12-ck-tf One large .selection of cedar chests reasonably priced. Buy now . . . pay in 1941. Wnde Furniture Co. Phone 155. 20-ck-27 FOR SALE: Two 40 ucro tracts or cutover land. D. R. Garner, Ar- morcl. ll-pk-12-11 Notice More for the money in ALLEN'S Oil :iml Coal Cireulatiitf HEATERS SHOUSE-HENKY CO. Personal Arouse Bluiitah Um. work oft tne bile to rid yourtelf of oocuU- Pttion, (f M palna and that punk feeling. Tftke one box <* Three table Pool Room. Good equipment. T. W. Marklmm, Luxom. 7-p-k-12-7 Good Used Superfex, Colcman, International Oil, BURNERS SI7.50 up HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. 20« W. Main Phone FRYERS. Crushed Corn and Meal. Marilyn Hatchers, Highway <>1 'North. Phone 742. lli-pk-12-12 5th <$.- Walnut Phone Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING Dragline and heavy welding a specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co. I'honc 19 or Res. 1«19 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. P. Simon, Phone 764. 12-ck-tl Available soon—two-room office suite, windows on Main street. •Suclbury Bldg. Phone No. One. •Apartment 1032 W. Main. Reasonable. Phone 520. 11-ck-u 3 room furnished apartment. 2k'-l Dugan. Mrs. Wert. . 11-ck-ti 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-qk-tf Middle aged lady for companion and assist with housework. Mrs. Minnie Taylor, Gottonwood Point, R.P.D. No. 2, Caruthersville, Mo. 19-ck-22 Nursing Hospital trained practical nurcc. Will leave town. Olga Jackson. 1000 Hearn. Phone 1139. 23-pkll-29 ACTIVE LXVEE FILL* T~ -- - - - : - __ Washing, Ironing 1 quilts or Mftokeu. ;. .*1,M Expert Work Done Willie Bell Grwn, behind City Ice Plunt, aw. 61 .North. »-ck-W-8 1 •' •'••••' ' — Paintin I'lUCHS REASONABLE C:ill Me for tstinmtc 7-ek-l2-7 Plants for Sale Wanted to Buy Wanted to buy good used piano. Phone 379. x-lf Pointer bird dog not over 3 3 years old. Must do IL all mid be reasonably priced. Box "W", Courier News. 20-ek-27 Found Two blHck and white Pointers. Owner mny lu\vc clogs by paying cost of this ml, 50c. Blythpviltc Motor Co. One Kori-cll horse, 15to -linnets high. Smooth mouth, llns swelling in belly. Phono R. S. Harris Mule Barn. iO-clc-22 PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Dairy Products Reed Bros. Dairy For your health's sake demand Reed Bros. Pnstc'url'/ccl D a i r y products. OOOAttO PR'OTKCTKD OEUV- KRUD FKl&ii l>Mt,Y TO YOUR FAVORITE GKOOKK. 2l-pk-12-21 Ralph Waldo "Emerson once defined n great, story as one which would evoke both tears and Boxwood, Crepe Myrtle, Spirea of all kinds. Evergreens of different stees and kinds. Pansy plnnts ;aftcr Thanksgiving all winter. "Kenton's Home of Flowers, 200 Davis 'Ave. 10-ck-20 For Sale or Trade One 7 room house, 2 vacant lots or will trade for smaller house. Apply R. L. Wride, Wade Furniture Co. 20-ck-27 . WARNING GKUIUI R. E'. Wright nncl Bessie- M. W right are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for (he Chick- nstiwbu District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days to answer n complaint filed against I hem and Waller Tlnirman and Alma Thurman by Francos M. Ward. .WITNESS my hand nncl seal as Chancery Court Clerk this 20 day of November, -1940, By HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. Slmne & Fendler Solicitors for PlnlriUli. 21-27-5-15 FOR SALE ONE BRAND NEW Genuine Philippine Mnhog- , 9 PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE V«ry Call 155 BUY YOUR HOLIDAY LIQUORS & WINES BY THE CASE AND SAVE MONEY Complete Stock BLYTHEVILLE LIQUOR SHOP 107 S. 2nd Phot* FOR SALE Nice 4 room residence on FriuUf- tin Street. Price. $WO. THOMAS LAND CO. B. C. CampbtU, DANGERS OF HEMORRHOIDS Hemorrhoids do not and cannot correct themselves. Relief from ointments is illusive and temporary. Neylect results Jn further nncl more .serious and dangerous condlttons such as cnnccr, M.stulu, fissure, cryplltla, thrombotic piles, etc. From those dcvcloi) the following reflexes: nervousness, sleeplessness, constipation, despondency, hcaJ.nchc, buck and leg ache, etc. All types ol' rectal diseases arc taken cure of in our office without hospKuUzution. All accepted cases guaranteed. DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 511 Main St. Ph.* 98 BlythevUlc, Ark. DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Mmn*N Boiling ROYAL WORLD'S NUMBER ONE TYPEWRITER AM ROYAL PORTABLE WITH MAGIC MAKU1N GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE 6U (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) , BY FRED BARMAN Expert. Electric and Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Movrer Sharpening D. W. CRANFORD Dell, Ark. BOATS 16 foot Inboard 12 months old. 1-owered Docile Marine Conversion. Speed 35 M.TVH. Full V-Bottom. * —ALSO— 10 foot outboard. Full V-liottom. o2 H.V. Johnson motor or 50 II.1'. Johnson racing motor. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Repaiiing gun repairtng. See E. M. Uamon at trie Biyttte'yUle Ann- ory on Wccmesdays ana Thursdays. WEEK END SPECIALS 39I50 Ford Tudor BARGAIN 1934 Chevrolet. Coach SPECIAL 193;i Chevrolet Coupe ONLY 1933 Ford V-.8 Tudor. Runs good 103G DcSoLo Sedan. New paint 1935 Plymouth Tudor. Motor overhauled 1037 G. M. C. 1-- Ton Truck. 2 speed D. W... 1937 Chevrolet '^ ton pick-up. One day 1934 Chevrolet 'i ton pick-up. Only $65 $109 .. $75 $329 $179 Pearl studded Z. B.. T. Fraternity Pin. Lost Sunday. REWARD. Call 1073. I9-ck-23 Comfortable front bed room. Out-! side entrance. 515 Walnut, Phone 351. 7-c-k-tf TWO ROOM APARTMENT. UTILITIES FURNISHED. 'PHONE 1129.v:100 -W. KY. .24-P&-11-24 One store building across street from Rftz Theatre. See Mrs. Webb. 1011 Heam St. 2-ck-l2-2 4 room -apartment. Private 'batn and entrance. Vj block ofT Mai/i. Call 627-W 31-ck-tt 2 - or 3 room miccly rurnished apar'tmenl. 91.4 /Hearn. 2-pk-12-2, Desirable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 •Walnut! Phone 102: 5-ck-cf INQUISITIVE CREATURE 1932 Ford V-8 Pond 1 ton. $199 $119 $99 HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle 1 Inquisitive woman of the Greek Myths. 7 Bow. 11 Striped cloth. 12 Distant. 13 ^^- gave her a closed box. 14 Flour box. 16 3.1416. 17 Little devil. 18 Turned pale. 20 Flat plate. 22 Fat. 24 And. 25 Ell. 27 Blotches. 32 Hour (abbr.) 33 Vigor. 35 Additional ' performance's. 36 Capuchin monkey, 37 Always. 39 Gc^'js cf slugs 40 Finch. 41 Stair post, 43Hi«h . mountain. 44.Qrows dim. 45 Transposed (abbr.) 46 Swift. 48 Shirt button. 50 Note in scale. 51 Fortified place 53 Mischievous. 55 Agent. 57 Accustomed. 59 Breezy. 61 The box . contained all — .ills. 62 When she opened the box, the ills VERTICAL 1 Parent. 2 Father. 3 Brads. 4 Preposition. 5 Knock. 6 Person of rank. 7 Hydrozoates. 8 To send money. 9 Mugs. 10 Bone. 15 Gains. 18 Precluded. 19 To drug. 21 -^— - made her open the forbidden box. 23 Arm bone. 26 Glandular organ. 2~8 Work. 29 Harvest. 30 Female fowl. 31 Corpse. .32 Seraglio. 34 Cage lor hawks. 36 Grass. 38 To improve. 40 Reckless. 42 Gibbon. 44 Sable. 47 To .benumb. 49 Powder ingredient. 51 Feudal fee. 52 Billiard rod. 54 To hurry, 56 Sound of surprise. 58 While. 60Road (abbr.), Many Others to O'b.owsc Prom fcasy G-M.A.C. Payment rian- Open Nights and Sundays. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO, No, You Don't, Mister FPKTKT/KR ANB HTS FRTRNDS Jus! Like His Heart, BY MKRRITT; , HECTOR —- MERE'S A . YOU TAKE" THIS PHONOGRAPH RECORD OMF TO . HILDA . THEN COME AND TELL ME WHAT SHE SAYS GOSM— - V^ : -( AND SHE SAID BUSTED INTO "'^"VTHIS. SHOULD < A DOZEN! . / . \ Pieces/ MERE'S youp.. AKJSWER BOOTS ANT) HER BUDDIES A Ri£ -Problem BY EDGAR MARTIN ALLEY OOP HEY, BOOM, GET ME A CF.LIMIT.' C'MONJ, STEP OW IT... GET A WELL. VOUVE MO ONE TO BLAME BUT>OGRSELF...VOU'ClETHE - f . ucrcro **~ ,» .-^sP^ WHO CMJSED ALLTHlS <4|£ * Eep ^&7V R ^ BLE y^rN^-^tl R!GRT,O5CAR THIS TEST . SHOWS MACHINE. } BE PJEAJT/ TO OPER/XTe AGAIN) KMOW-.) POW'T E ,/IMPATIEMT DOWN TO A KJLJB PASSED •SINCE W/OISK. &EGAM OM THE TASK. OF RUMMlKJe EfcCANDS THE TIME - MACHWE Bt ROY t A\VjSiDE OF THE STORY 15 RATHER. BR\EP. MY Sc . ZAXJISH, CALLED OS5E EUENING WITH 50ME'DOCUMEMT5 . v.-ixH, TESTIFIED HE \UAR LEFT, SAV1N6 5HE WAS 6O1M6 TO X MO«}Ei AS TO r CAR AMD CLOTHES ? / FOR HEARO YOU HER MUP-t)EK,I\<MOW MOTH(W6 s.\ LUTELV MOTH.Ug j

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