The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1940 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 23, 1940
Page 7
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1$40 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS IOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rare per line ror COOMCU- tive insertions: One time per line. .10c two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day..03c Six times per line per day 05c Month rate per line.... 60c Card of Thanks SOc & 75c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six time* *nd stopped before expiration wiU be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertisini? 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 takea ^or more than one incorrect inser >ion of any classified acL For Sale A City's Wants Classified for Your Benefif [gj figj PAGE SEVUft HAND KNIT DOLL CLOTHES FOR 10 TO 16 INCH DOLLS. Make your little girl happy this Christmas with some new clothes lor her dolls. Mrs. Leslie Hooper. Phone 792. 20clh Home Grown Turkeys. Extra Good Quality. W. E. Hessie. 20pk26 Although land prices have advanced 20% in the past two months, \ve have an improved 40, on gravel road, 1 '4 miles from Holland, Mo., at same price. Terry Abstract & Realty Co., Blytheville, Ark. !i 20-ck-27 FOR SALE—1938 Model Ford, good condition. Phone 2'83 or 909. 19-pk-27 FOR SALE—Four head good mules, good farm tools, hay and corn ViJpy -Smith, Burdette, Ark. . . 19-pk-l-19 1939 Cabinet Model Philco Radio. $40.00. Perfect conditioii. Automatic Tuning. Phone 239. 18-ck-U OUR XMAS GIFT TO YOU Greatly Reduced Prices on USED CARS AND TRUCKS $122 $299 $482 $621 $154 $555 1935 Plymouth Coupe 1937 Chevrolet Coach 1939 Ford DeLuxe Tudor 1940 Ford DeLuxe Tudor...,. 1936 Dodge Touring Sedan.;, 80 Acres 7 miles \vest of Hayti. Mp.. 3/4 mile oft" gravel highway' Price'd to sell. 65 Acres near Rives. Mo., at a bargain. 1939 Mercury DeLtixe Sedan 1933 Chevrolet Fordor 1940 Ford DeLuxe Coupe —TlttJCKS IMckups & l>/ 2 1936 Ford Stake Pick-up 1938 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Pickup 1939 International pickup..... 1940 Ford Pickup 1935 Ford L.W-.B. Stake body 11/2,Ton 1989 Chevrolet* L.. 'W. B. li/g Ton 200 Acres highly improved land south of town. 1 mile from highway. Tons $155 $299 $384 $521 $225 $483 PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Phoiifts 810. 811, 1122 \V. II. Burton. Used Car Mgr. Farm Land for Sale SOUTHEAST Comes The Martial Storm MISSOURI FARMS Wltl- GIVE 1'OSSKSSION IN JANUARY IF SOLD THIS MONTH. 80 acres, all in a high stale of cultivation and improve'd. Total taxes $68.00. Good allotments nncl 'government Day. Located on improved road and school bus route. l»i miles from gin and store, con- —hient to different towns Vest of i Sikeston. Price $3800.00 on terms. 160 acres near Sikcslon .on improved road and school bus route. All in a high .state of cultivation. Has good improvements, cheap taxes. About 90 to 100 acres black land, remainder sandy loam. Price $60.00 £M?V acre on unusually good terms. 160 acres. 30 miles southwest from Sikestbn, three miles from good high school town with gin. this is Onusually good land Cor corn, cotton and alfalfa, nicely improved. Tins farm has good allotments and good government pay. Price $60.00 per acre on terms/ 200 acres, finest black land. 150 cultivated. Nicely improved. This farm has advantage of improved road and electric lights. It is just a quarto- mile from high school town. Price $50.00 per acre on terms. 240 acres with about 200 acres cultivated. Has one good set of buildings and houses for labor, located on improved road and electric highline. Total taxes under $1.00 an acre for the year. This farm has good allotments and government pay. Price $50.00 per acre on terms. CALEB SMITH, Sikeston, Missouri Vil K. Malonc Personal Um, wort off the bll« to Md yourself of ooo«U- P»tlon, IM palni, •••*!*• that aottr ounk fMltnf . Take on* boi of ACTIVE LTVIfc Tots of Wafaf According to estimates, if »H thn solid surfaces of the earth were reduced (o a common level the waters of^ the globe would cover it entirely to a dopth of between two .\nd three miles. Argentina railroads. h»s '24,532 of Lost Grey horse mule wearing halter. 1150 pounds. 15 hands high. $10 REWARD.* Clayton Parr, General Delivery. Hcnnandale. Missouri. The Netherlands has 2259 miles of railways within its boundaries. FOR SALE Have nice 4-room cottage ou Franklin St. $650.'cash. THOMAS LAND CO, II. C. Campbell, Salesman Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING ;line and heavy weld specialty. Barksdaie Mfg. Co, 320 Acres cut-over laud. Can be cut: up into two tracts. One forty—left, . .west of ''• . "-. R ALLISON 17-Ck-t-f Perfectly - balanced, .solid bodied, horse -trailer. Good tires. Ideal r'cr bird sliooters. $50.00 includirig hitch. Also 2 Sugar Bowl tickets. Bob WHson, Wilson, Ark. 17-ck-26 die mnnrf in '- ALLEN'S OH and coa! GircuJatiirg HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. range, used less than two years: in perfect condition. 310 East'Davis. For Rent Two. 2-room furnished a'i>artmenis. 615 Chickasawtaa.- 23-ck-tf 2 room fuvnislVed apartment. 708 W. Main. - . . 23-ck-tt" Two room apartment. -Utilities furnished. 100 W. Kentucky. Phone 1129. 21-pk-28 2 room furnished apartment. 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 683. r 20-pk-27 Store Building between Ash and Main Streets. Call 816. 19ck27 room furnished apartment. Pri- $ vntc bath. Prigidaire. Call 294. 18-ck-tf Front bedroom next to bath. 713 W. Main. Phone 088. 17-ck-tf Modern r> room house. Built-in cabinets. Newly decorated. Call 706.' 17-ck-tf apartment. 209 W. Ken- dicky. Mrs. Sisk. 14-ck-tf •'• room furnished apartment. Private batli. Desirable location. 280. 14-ck-tf Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shin e rs. 300 E. Main St. Phone 800. G. C. Hawks. 19-ck-l-I'g Phone 19 or Res. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening D. W. CRAWFORD . Morgan, Inc.—Banker or Plumber'* NEW YORK (UP)-Thc Inmous banking linn of J. p. Morgan & Co. Incorporated during 1940. But it took a special act of the Icgisla- RED Long island plumbing flrrti had the name. No\v there nrc two firms kiiown as j > p Morgan «Si""Co". Inc, You call the one at 23 Whll Street for ;\ loan nncl the one li Queens county if your oil burhc needs )'C|)!ilr. Read Courier Nev/« want :ids, DON EDWARDS The Typewriter Man" ftOYAL, SMITH CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS OLKNCOK HOTEL BUILDING PHONE 6U (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Or. Saliha's Clinic EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT I2« K. Kentucky Ave., C^mir Franklin & Kentucky GLASSES FITTED ,1. A.-SaMba, M.D., M.K., I'h.G. Office Phone 418, Kes. 410 BAD COLDS, FLU, SINUSITIS Low body resistance und vitulity l.s responsible for frequent colds. JHi and Mmi.s Infectious. Osteopntulc adjustice treatments assist the nntuvnl jihyslologtdil forces of the body regain its lost resist- nuce and vitality. prevents complications incident to alt- too-oftcn neglected common colds, by relieving congested hyper- cmic conditions or thn respiratory tnict, 1 tensft,- congested and contracted muscles. If taken In the early stages/colds and flu Are aborted or checked ixt their inception. .DBS. NIES & NJES Clinic r.U M«|JI Blythovtlle. Arfc . Repairing Expert gun ' repairtnir. See E. V Damon at the Blytheville Ann »ry on Wednesdays and Thursday* Washing, Ironing ? quilts or blankets....51.90 WHIie Bell Green, behind City Ic« Plant, H.W. 61 North. 9-ck-10-f U. S. STATESMAN ;t bedroom. Outside entrance. nip Wamut. Phone 351. 13-ck-tf Modern 4 room apartment. 518.00 month. Phone 162. 9-ck-tf 2-rcom unfurnished .apartment, '19To jeer connecting bafh. Hot and coVri ap.d telephone., Nice location, only. 1123 w. Ash. Phone 4-ck-tf HORIZONTAL 1, 6 Thirtieth U. S. A. President. 13 Hodgepodge. 14 Perfumes. 16 To appear. 17 Opposed to high. 18 Monster 19 Male. 20 Utensil. 21 Hastened 22 Born. 24 Upright shaft. 26 Tenacious. 29 Woolly. 52 Carnelian. 32 Teutonic. 03 Persia. 35 Incensed. 54 Morass. -* 36 Piece of 55 Sister, poetry. 56 He was a j 38 Pinaceous tree by profession. I 39 To make Jacc. 57 He became- 40 Person named President at for office. 42 Contest pledge. 43 Rebel. 44 Egyptian deity 46 Two-wheeled carriage. Answer to Previous Puzzle in —-— all his adult life. 21 Crystalline substances 23 those that evoke. 25 He was a silent or man. 26 Animal pest. 27 Nests. 28 Epoch. 30 Heavenly body. 31 Wood spirit. . 33 To title. 34 Rage. 36 Mystic syllable. 37 Half an em. 41 One that obeys. 4 Promise. 5 Mark with spots. fi Bright star 7 Praying female figure. 8 Ba'sis of bone 43 Rising in a tissue. ridge. 9 Distinctive 45 Apiaceous theory. plant. • . ,, JO A share. 47 Lima bean. 1 Company n Chcck 48 Fn line _ (abbr.). ]2 Type standavd 50 Assam 2 In the style of. 15 Sand dune. silkworm. 3 Huge beast. 20 He was active 51 Orient. '. the of Pres. Harding. VERTICAL 4 room downstairs apartment and bath." 1013 Walnut. See Miss Mborc at 700 Walnut. • 29-ck-tf Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Corner Chickasaxcba and loth. Phone number 1. 23-ck-tf Avallnblp socr'•-'.wo-room office suite, windows in Main .street. •Sudbury Bldg. Phone No. One For Sale or Rent 300 Acre stock farm, 10 miles west of Parac;ou'ld. Will rent for $1500 a year or will sell at $15 an acre, or will take care of 150 head 01 stock from October to March, in- f tlusiyc. at $2 head . per month. ( Jther 6 months nt $1 head per month. See Frank Lane. Phone 331, Paragould, Ark. '12 pk 1-12 ADArtS K^O\N) "(HE CO^TENtfS OF A fW 3 SKOSM1NS . CITY OF- GOLD. D5;TvOcf HUNDRED fMLE5 ON A Foots ERRAND .BANKS.' ^FRECKLES AND HIS After 'Km, Red A NARR.QVO 08 !?Y FRKD HARM AN BANKS AHD JUKE' ,AU6TA G'O^E. THROUGH .THIS ~~3Rj8irrp!' aETTHEn, DOM'r-WORRV ABOUT ME, FRECKLES— YOU JUST GO TO THAT PARTY AMD HAVE GRAND TIME / (YOU'LL MISS ME.' -No Dale Vet X BET YOU HAVE A OATS- .WITH SOMEONE YOURSELF/ W?x BY MERRILL K VAfeLLjlf ASKS ^AE: bur ^ YOU CAM'T EX- ME To HOME, >DU? FEELf TMS REASON! YOU'RE ANXIOUS IF TO HAVE ME6p.'|SOMEOME 0(<AY 5 IF TMATS LASKS ME w^Y YOU j our, x PERFECT , R.IGMT. "RD GO! SOMEONE DOES ASK ME OUT/ ROOK -OF? >x-xi> Bui Hum EDGAR MARTIN THIWK SOtTVE GCFT SOMETHING ON COULDNT GET THEIR: TRUCK"? ^'OTTA VA MEAN?' VOL) GOT N)O EVIDENCE TO PIM A FEDERAL WASH TUB&S Slip of the Tongue •MHI POUND V. '1. HAML1N /7-J3 COULDNT DV COULI FIND THAT TRUCK Nice Work. Vicki DOOR TO DOOR W THE HE16HBORHOOD WHERE WE LOST THAT TRAIL, EASV. I PRETENDED I WAS TAKIW6 MA6A1IME -SUBSCRIPTIONS, sous MA<3AT1WE THEY HAVE PEEPHOLES AMD EVERYTHING JT'5 A 600D THlKkS I WA6 DI&5UI5ED, TOO. BARON HAUGCOLRA.THc' CHIEF OF FOREIGN cSFIOUAG'E / MS 70 TELL BACK OM THC COAST, WAS THERC CQFR t»W8rnEA U 5 P*T. OFf.^.

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