The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 7, 1940
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE roR SALE FOR Otu's Wants Classified FbrYojur Benefit CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line ror consecutive insertions: One time per line 10c two times per line per day—08c Three times per line per day..06c ttx times per line per day.....05c Month rate per line Card of Thanks 50c & Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times I and stopped before expiration wiU le 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. Rates may be easily computed from the above table Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken Lor more than one Incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Rent USED CARS AT PRE-HOLIDAY BARGAIN PRICES! Modern 5 room, house with built- in cabinets. Newly decorated. Apply 423 No. 10th, phone 706. 7-ck-tl'. For Sale or Trade Will Sell or Trade Registered Poland Chiiva Male, weight abouc 450 Ibs. W)8 North Gth St. 7-pk-ll 450 acres 4-F-2. ol' land fov rent. Call S-ck-12 Help Wanted Settled office girl, 28 to 40 of ago. Work'not difficult. Write: 7-ck-H Vacant December ft. 2-room unfurnished apartment, eonsecting Box "R" Courier Ne\v.s. bath. Hoi and cold water and tele- 1938 Ford 85 Tudor. A bargain. By i phone. Nice location. Couple only, all means ^ee this *11f? M123 W. Ash. 4-ck-lf car today $175 1938 Ford Deluxe Tudor. Radio $339 Wanted Nice furnished residence. $35 n month. Thomas Land Co. 3-ck-9 excellent condition. bath. 1013 Walnut. Moore at. 700 Walnut. Want partner, Indy or f»enUeinm> in business. Must bo uble to'in- vest, $750 ami be willing lo learn tlie busings. \VrUo Box J. W. c/o Sec Muss { the Blythcville Courier Ncw.s. 29-ck-ti 1939.Packard 6 4-dr. Sedan. Beautiful light blue color. Clean as pin from top to bottom. A car that will suit the entire family. $575 Two 3-room modernly furnished apartments. 107 W. Davis. 27-ck-tl Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam For Sale , ^ , i ~ j..' o-o,'i heat. Men preferred. 1939 Ford 85 4-dr. &«ton- G»M ba flnd , ou finish like new v Motor& tares A-U umbcr Corner Boston Bull screw tail pup. Registration available. Thoroughbred. Call 19-F-4. 6-ck-lO Farm Home for sale. 140 acres. 91 cultivation. ! .i mile from town. High sandy land. 2 good houses «nd large/ new barn. $5400. $675 down. $307.13 annually. K. S. John- .son Woods Merc. Bldg., Corning. Ark. 6-pk-10 Truly a beautiful car at a bargain price. 1940 Ford Tudor. Low mileage, | can hardly tell from new car. Price . phQne K-U 3-pk-10 HOLD EVERYTHING Second hand steam nidwtor store building. Thomas Land Co. 3-ck-9 NOTICE To Holders of Blythcville Stadium Bonds Notice is hereby »iven pursuant One house. 1109 Holly. Phcne Mrs. I 10 thc provision of U™ { ! eec ' °f Sternberg. 984, 16 , ck _ tf trust securing these bonds that ' V. G. Holland, Trustee, will receive $526 1939 Mercury Tudor Sedan. Beau- Nicely furnished front bedroom, scaled tenders of these bonds on Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone or before the 15th clay of Decenr- 560. 16-ck-tf [ bc-r, 1940. Snicl tenders shall state 'the price tit which the bonds will Sixty-five acres mile and a half west of Rives. Thirty-six cleared. House & barn. This place is a bargain. 640 acres four miles of Portageville. Mo. Gravel road runs through center. A real buy at $75.00 per acre. —TRUCKS- L939 International Pick-up 1935 Chev. Pickup. Special L936 International .pick-up. Only ... ment. Frigidaive. Call 294. Private Bath 14-ck-t! tiful maroon finish, heater equip- Modern 3 room furnished apart- bc so j c j anci ,.\ Vi \\ g ivc ^ e num ber You should see this bis roomy' car today. Only of the bonds. All bonds .so purchased must be delivered to the 5 room house. Mrs. C. H. Wheeler, I Trustee for payment and cancal- 809 Hearn St. 13-ck-12-13 on or before January 1, 1941. The Trustee reserves the 4 room furnished apartment. Pri-1 right to reject all tenders at a vate bath. Desirable location, price not acceptable. Phone 280. 12-ck-ti| v. G. Holland. Trustee. srnvia. IMC. T. M. «ic. u. J. TAT. o»r. every wib of fa*—Tank MT U y*«r ear. (Teiraethyl QM) JOYNER OIL CO. V. 8. Hfchwaj «," 24-Hour Scntet Read'Courier News want ads. Corn Dot Prom Bifh 8cho«l Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe IMUW*' Star* Phone 540 HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General Repiirfnc, Welding ACTOM from Bed T«p Gin PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drag Stores FOR SALE Nirr U room cottage on Kentucky Ave. Hardwood floors, nre place, A dandy. Price 12259. THOMAS LAND CO. II. C. Campbell, LUMBAGO ;iml SCIATICA jn ,il spinal ll^umiuls iind miihcU'x in llt<' lu\v bm-lv i iVKulis lit UimliikKo' ni- Ht'lu ticu or hulli, It in«y bfl;uii£i)ienteit" iil)Kor|)tt'Mt JYom fiiVul Infuotlun. Lifting u ln-avy object, iwlhtlntf ln»ily. ,sti)oj>iii}{ or jiis.1. » viulciil KtH'P/-" limy OMUKU llui huddmi nf '•MUndliluK elvlnjt uwny" timl xlwri/ imln; A slightly voru«l>r» or simro-lliiK 1 jo iiM. im-vi'iiih Hiu p«irmni from wnlk- triwiwi'ii l or Cur", Indiiilititf 80 acre tract north of Steele 5Vi miles. 2 houses & 2 barns. The finest of land.'Will .have to be a quick sale. Several forties can be had if you act within the next few days. Also numerous other tracts large & small. Nice five room house on South Division Street. At bargain price A number of other houses in city ROLLISON <fc CAGLE REAL ESTATE 5-ck-tf $149 PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Furnisheo two-room and bath apartment, prefer gentlemen. Lights and 'water furnished. Frank C Douglas, Phone 383 or 454. 12--ck-tl 12-7-10 "Don'l treat it like a chocolate, eclair—tfu at it like you would at a lough slcak!" 5th & Walnut Phone 1122 Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING Dragline and heavy weh specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co f | r* J Jeweler TinQS In Floor Sweepings Available soon—two-room office suite, windows on Main street. Sudbury Bldg. Phone No. One. MEMPHIS. Tenn. tUP) -< time D. A. Dcwar, jeweler, needs a '.ittlc extra cash, he raises it by S'ivmjj his shop it i;ood cleaning. Kncli clay the .sweeping from the door arc .saved, and every ounce of tliis (UisJ is vich in gold, ,-ilver and pliilinum— the polishing from hb muchlnes. Even the water I'rom tlu* sink,'t yun clown nn ordinary oniin. It Hows into n bk st.cel drum und tlic precious dust nettles to the bottom. Soviet Russia, the world's r.ounlry, covers im nrcn of 0, iiiul i*fiorirnh Um duration of LlnfrtC: • painful ci>d- DRS. WES & NIKS Clink. &M Mfttii Hlytlitjvl lie. A.rk. Phono DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" Selling f ROYAL WORLD'S NUMBER ONE TYPEWRITER AnCT ROYAL PORTABLE WITH MAGIC MAKU IN GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE 611 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Apartment 1032 W. Main. Reasonable. Phone 520. ll-ck-il 3 room furnished apartment. 2'^5 Dugan. Mrs. Wed. 11-ck-U Nice large bedroom. Double or twin beds. Phone Number 2. 9ck-12-& Personal One modern new house on East . Kentucky St. James Coston, Os- ceb}a > ,;,.Ark :; .,- -, r - . - 22-ck-12-22 FLYERS. Cruslied Corn and Meal. Marilyn Hatchers. Highway til North. Phone 742. l2-pk-12-12 FOR SALE: Two 40 acre tracts oJ cutover land. D. R. Garner, Ar- ll-pk-12-11 Good used reconditioned Singer Machines $20 Up We service all makes sewing machines & vacuum cleaners. Phone 5iJ5. Singer Sewing Machine Co. H-ck-12-14 Phone 19 or Res. 1019 . Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening D. W. CftANFORD Arouse SiuggUb Uv«r. work the bile to rid yotirscif of constipation, ga* pains, and that tour punk feeling. Take on* box of KIREY'8 ACTIVE LIVER TILL* Repairing Dell, Ark. Coal & Kindling :i.\V. 61 No. Opp. Joyner Oil Co. SEE N. T. WADE PHONE 012 l3-pk-12-Ib BOATS 16 foot Inboard 12 months old. Powered Dod^e Marine Conversion. Speed 35-M.P.H. Full V-Botlom. —ALSO— 16 foot outboard. Full V-bottom 32 H.r. Johnson motor or 50 H.P Johnson racing motor. Barksdale Mfg. Co. !2-ck-i2-r: Washing, Ironing 7 qoflts or blankets.. Expert Work Done Willie Bell Green, behind City Ice Plant, H.W. 61 North. 9-ck-10-9 Expert gun repalrtnf. 85€« E. M. Damon at the Blythevllle Armory on Wednesdays au4 Thursdays. Dairy Products Reed Bros. Dairy For your health's sake demand Reed Bros. Pasteurized Dairy products. DOCARO PROTECTED DELIVERED FRESH DAILY TO YOUR FAVORITE GROCER. 21-pk-12-21 FOOD FISH Farm Land for Sale 160 acres, real cotton, corn, alfalfa land. Good improvements. Allotments and government benefits sood. Near cood to\vn southern New Madrid" County. Southeast Missouri. Price '$60 i>er acre. Good lerniK. January possession. HORIZONTAL I Pink food fish. 6 Us size, beauty ;md or endurance arc characteristics. 13 Beer. H Resembling a digit. 16 Opposed lo stoss. 17 To lay a street. 19 Turn ing point. 20 Back of neck. 21 To care for 42 Tree. 23 Emerald. 43 Fuss. 24 Gnmted facts. 44 .Ruby spinel; 25 Red ^nuppers. 47 Work of Answer to Previous Puzzle 20 North ^ America (abbr.). 22 Musical term. 25 Us —-- fish stay a year or two m fresh water. 26 Wheel hub. 28 Its is canned. 31 Pertaining to the leg. 33 Not fresh. 34 To sew loosely. 36 Offered. 38 Farm tool. 40 Month (abbr.). workmen wash their hands, RY POY PUANE WASH TURFS STRAKlfiER *>TlLL THA WED WAVE ARRESTED JUST AFTER 6WINS HIS WORD Of HOWOR HEALTH SHOUU) 6WE THAT OUTALLW1THIW J^ OUR \W\)ESTI6ATIOM 1HREE HOURS MV6HTV STPAWGE, VICVC\,THATTH6 < ' BUT WERE NEWSPAPER REPORTERS i 6WEW STR\CT ORDERS THAT MB. LA<SEL IS T COME <DViJ OWE of us MA^ GOT Welcome Home ALLEY OOP I CANJT UMDER&TAMD WHY ANJVONE WOULD KISKX OH, TANGLING WITH THE / TK^T'S OMG" ARMV TO STE^L A 1' HEADACHE THAT PLANiE. THAT FAILED VOOESN'TCONCERW TO MEET Ga/ERMM£hn REQUIREMENTS WELL, HERB WE ARE...BACK AT THE <ESj THERE WA5 SOME00DV STOLE THAT MlD<3ET PLANE THE WAS TESTING VESTERDAV SORRY VOU FOLKS \WELL, 0RONSON.TM EXPECT FEELVOU MUST RUSH BOOM BACK THERE TO-^BV BACK TO TAMERVILLE/DAV...X PEEL BETTER /JON,\W$ THERE WHEM I'M AROUMP TO I ANVTHIMG UWUSUAvL -\B NEWS MORNING KEEP AN EVE ON HIM 5W*s Y vTr^—'^ vicfeTiHc." T.'M: hie. u. s. F BY MERRILL FRECELES AND HIS FRIENDS ARE YOU 60NJMA STAY AWAY FROM HERE OR. DO X MAVE "!£> GET TOUGH WITH YOU AMD BLOCK. KNOCKED OFF/ ' WOULD FEEL. HURT IF x SIMPLY IGNORED 2:ia acres, joins high school town j \vith two gins. Real corn adn cotton land. Rent S7.00 per acre, or sivr possession in January, if sold hy December loth. PRICE $65.00 per acrn. good terms. This i -s cheapest land in the delta. You can bury yourself under pile of rent, receipts anci never have anything. BUY A HOME. COME SEE these farms if realiy interested. Allotments good and government pay over S1000 this year. Taxes SI.00 per acre. CALEB SMITH, Land Merchant gikeston, Mo. 6-pk-13 27 Sprite. 29 Pertaining to seta. 30 You tind me. 32 Wanders. 34 To exist. 35 Lump. 37 Northeast (abbr.). 38 Possesses. 39 Rubbed in dirt 41 Father. genius. 48 Ancient. 49 Storage plnce for guns. 51 Scarlet. 53 Roof edges. 55 Adult insect. 57 It is a soft fish. VERTICAL 1 Tree fluid. 2 Winged. 3 Make? even. 4 Alleged force. 41 To promote. 5- Frost bite. 6 Donates. 7 Particle. 8 Door rug. 9 Ell 10 Snapping beetle. 11 Calyx leaf 58 Jt or lays 12 To observe. eggs in fresh 15 Silly laugh, water 38 To come in. 44 Brought up. 45 Cuckoo. 46 Softens leather. 48 Away. 49 Farewell! 50 To lick up. 52 Dower property. 54 Form of "a". 56 African tribe. Notice T iviil not be responsible for debts contracted by anyone but myself. F. C. Hinshaw. Illnio. Mis- sourt 2-pk-O More for th«^ money '" ALLEN'S OH and Coal Circulating HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. OKAY—OKAY/ AROUMD TO HILDA'S WINDOW AND SME'LL HAVE To SEE ME J TMATS A FINE WAV TO TREAT NAE .' JJVE GOT $2-50 INVESTED W A TICKET TO A DANCE •\ —AMD SME KNOWS IT/ I TELL YOU HILDA CANT SEE YOU / SCRAM— BEAT IT/ ive GOT DO BESIDES LISTENING TO YOUR LY PRATTLE' RY FRET! HARM AN RED RYDER YtH, PROFESSOR, A.Nit5 WE'RE. TO . A HUNDRED CUFF OtY/ Watchful Wuilintr

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