The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 26, 1940
Page 5
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1040 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.V COURIER NEWS FOR A City's Wants Classified For You PAGE FIVB CLASSIFffiD ADVERTISING INFORMATION rat« per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line .............. lOc f'wu times per line per day ____ 03c Three times per line per day..06c Six times per line pev day ..... 05c ilonth rate per line ............ <50c Card of Thanks ........ 50c & 75c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times end stopped before expiration will i»e 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 for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Rent 2 downstairs unfurnished apartments. Hot and cold water furnished. Phone 727. 719 W. Ash. 26-ck-2 Furnished home. 6 rooms. Ivy V, r Crawford. Phone 961. 2G-ck-30 Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 24-ck-tl Two. 2-room furnished apartments. 615' Chickasawba. 23-ck-U 2 room furnished apartment. 708 W. Main. 23-ck-U Two room apartment. Utilities furnished. 100 W. Kentucky. Phone 1129. 21-pk-28 2 room furnished apartment. 108 W. Kentucky. Phone 683. 20-pk-27 Store Building between Ash Main Streets, Call 816. 19ck27 3 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Frigidaire. Call 294. 18-ck-tf Modern 5 room house. Built-in caoinets. Newly decorated. Call 706. 17-ck-tf AFTER XMAS SALE OF USED CARS AND TRUCKS J940 Ford De'Luxe Coupe 1937 Chevrolet- Coach 1936 Dodge Touring Sedan 1935 Plymouth Coupe 1939 Ford DeLuxe Tudor 1940 Ford De- 'Luxe Tudor 1939 Mercury DeLuxe Sedan $299 $154 $122 $482 $621 $555 1933 Chevrolet Forclor Farm Laud for Sale •w BUY For Sale SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FARMS WILL GIVE POSSESSION IN JANUARY IF SOLD THIS MONTH. 80 acres, all in a high stale of cultivation and improved. Total taxes $68.00. Good allotments ami government pay. Located on improved road and school bu.s route.! 1'i; miles from yin and store, con-! venient to different, towns west of' Sikeston. Price $3800.00 on terms. 160 acres near Sikeston on improved road and school bus route. All in n high state of cultivation. Has good improvements, choap taxes. About 90 to 100 acres black land, remainder sandy loam. Prh:e SGO.OC per acre on unusually qoocl terms. ll'O acres, 30 miles southwest from Sikeston, three miles from good high school town with gin. This is unusually good hind for corn, cotton and alfalfa, nicely improved. This farm has good allotments and good government pay. Price 560.00 per acre on terms. Hereford Bull, two years old. Four tirade heil'ors and calvo.s. W. H. Cakhvell. Barfiold Road or at Arkansas Grocer Co. 20-pk-30 ^ land 3/4 mite school, Christen Community, free nuiyo. 311 Wi.'.son Ave., Oil Mill. LiG-pk-l-U'J 20% in the past I wo montlis,~wc have an improved 40, on ynivel road. Hi miles from Holland. Mo., at same price. Terry Abstract & Realty Co., Blythevillc, Ark. '<• 20-ck-27 Lost Grey horse mule wearing halter. 1150 pounds. 15 hands high $10 REWARD. Clayton Purr, General Del ivory, Henmuulali', Missouri. lil-pk-128 Personal —TftUCKS- Pickups & 1/2 1939 Chevrolet L. W. B. H/2 Ton 1936 Ford Stake Pick-up 1939 International pickup 1940 Ford Pickup \ Tons $155 $384 $521 Furnished apartment. 209 W. Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk. 14-ck-tf 1938 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Pickup 1935 Ford L.W.B. Stake body l'/o Ton 4 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 14-ck-tf Modem , 4 room apartment. $18.00 month. Phone 162. 9-ck-tfi $225 PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Plumes 810, 811, 1122- W. H. Burunj, Used Car Mr. 2-room unfurnished apartment, connecting bath. Hot and cold water and telephone. Nice location. Couple only. 1123 W. Ash. Phone "74. 4-ck-tf 4 room downstairs apartment and bath. 1013 Walnut. Sec Miss Moore at 700 Walnut. 29-ck-tf For Sale or Rent Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Corner Chickasawba and 10th. Phone number 1. 23-ck-U Available soc-n --nwo-room office suite, windows m Main street. Sudbnry BMg. Phonn No. One. Wanted To Kent ICO to }50 acres in Mississippi County. Will furnish self and give best of references. Blytheville Rente 2. Box 71. 26-pk-30 Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shin e rs. 300 E. Main St. Phone 800. G. C. Hawks. in-ck-l-I9 WEEK EiO SFEOiJILS 1910 Chevrolet Special Town Sedan 1940 Ford V-8 Tudor. Looks like new $629 $6 IS $485 $149 300 Acre Stock farm, 10 miles west of Paragould. Will rent for $1500 a year or will sell at $15 an acre, or will take care of 150 head oj stock from October to March, inclusive, at S2 head per month. Other G months at $1 head per month. See Frank Lane, 'Phone 331, Paragould, Ark. 12 pk 1-12 200 acres, finest black land. 150 cultivated. Nicely improved. This farm has advantage of improved road and electric lights. It is a quarter mile from high school town. Price $50.00 per acre on terms. 240 acres with about 200 acres cultivated. Has one good set ol buildings and houses for labor, located on improved road and electric hlghline. Total taxes undei $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 127 E. Mnlonc FOR SALE—I938 Model Ford, good condition. Phone 283 or 909. 19-pk-27 FOR SALE—Four head good mules, ^ood farm tools, hay and corn Wiley Smith, Burduttc, Ark. 19-pk-l-19 1930 Cabinet Model Philco Radio. $40.00. Perfect condition. Automatic Tuning. Phone 239. 18-ck-tf Perfectly balanced, solid bodied. trailer. Good tires, Idoiil lor bird shooters. $50.00 including hitch. Also 2 Siitfar Bowl tickets. Bob Wilson, Wilson, Ark. 17-ck-2(i Coal-and--\vootl ranyc, used less than Uvo years; in perfect condition. 310 East Davis. The moon Is approximately 240,000 miles from the earth, a short distance as astronomers view things. UVtf. W01K <tfl WJ(j to rid yourself of oomu- patlon, gas pains, ^aiid that »om purtk feeling. T«k« "one box of K1KHY8 ACTIVE UVK« riU-8 Washing, Ironing 7 quilts or blankets,.. .*1.M « t -ll Green, behind City Ic* H,W. (Jl North. 9-ck-lO-9 Courier News want ads. • W SEU Repairing Expert gun repairing, Be« e. M. Damon at the Blythovllle Armr> on Wednesdays aurt Thursday*. The 'sloth's only mode of travel SAVE VfftlC, on JC. ^ . /Thousands of Housewives 4$f6f ef Sentry Coal Pecause «§; It Is Super-Cleaned! - every of i**—T*nk car to your c»r. (Tftraethyl QM) JOYNEK OIL CO. U. S. Highway 61, North — 24-llour Service C'OMI'MJTi: OFFICE SUPPLIES Cull i<; * DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORK U.K. ami Ash Sts. is by swinging along, hamt-over- Inmd, hanging ujisiile down from I lie tree branches. Tiiore ure about 50 natural NEW DANCE S EVE Owen 55tick and His ORCHESTRA Sponsored by the BIytheville Bachelor Club City Hall bridges of good size in the United Cfrt *•/»** States. Farmers Opportunity We imikc. concrete pipe to replace your wooden; - Kridges. All size*. Osceola Culvert Co. riioiics 25'J & CO I). S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. FOR SALE Have nice 4-room cottage on Franklin St. §050' cash. THOMAS'LAND'-co. H. C, Campbell, Salesman Welding ' * r- IF i "OVAL. DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Mm* CORONA, AND ItEMINUTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS OLENCOE IIOTEI, BUILDING PHONE Ml (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) - K,H ta . Dr. Saliba's Clinic ^ Y 5 EAUt N ! )SE and THROAT CLASSES FITTED BAD COLDS, FLU, SINUSITIS ^,S l^J?,™'™ 18 ' 1 ^ t»v fluent EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING D r a g I i n e and heavy welding: specialty. Barksdaie Mfg. Co. Phone 10 or Res. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening 0. W. CRANFORD Dell, Ark. Notice More ro»- the money in ALLEN'S Oil and Coal Circulating HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. UNUSUAL WOMAN W Shidebnkcr 2-door Sedan ]9.?fi DeSolo Sedan. New paint 3934 Plymouth 4-door Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1034 Chevrolet, pick-up . ^ t 1 A Truck .................... tj) 1 j[ 17 1036 G. M. C. 'u Ton Pan?] Delivery 1937 G. M. C. >,> Ton Pick-up Truck $ 1937 G. M. C. 3/4 Ton Pick-up Truck. ' HORIZONTAL 1,6 Famous deal and blind woman. 12 Fragrant smell. 13 Ingenious. K Uproar 15 To analyze. 16 Folding bed. 17 Preposition. i.8 To make lace. CO Either. 21 To ward. 22 Toupee 24 Compass point (abbr.) 25 Interchanges of views. 31 Fold oE thread 32 Verifies. 33 Secular 34 Mesh. 36 Biblical priest. 37 Desert fruit. •'18 Grain (abbr.) 40 Male sheep. 42 Old garment. •53 You. •H Goddess of dawn. 4G Fortification work. Answer (o Previous Puzzle SiAlNiTIALiaUAUiS 49 To mutilate. 50 Was victorious 52 To heave. 53 Knave of clubs. 54 Having, an aerie. 56 Click beetle. 59 This . woman is a writer and lecturer. 60 She helped raise money for the education of -—. people-. VERTICAL 1 Laughter sound 2 Mistake. 3 Booty. 4 RtUile bird. 5 People. 7 Related on the mother's side. 8 Gibbon. 9 Register. 10 Ipecac herbs. 11 Musical note. 15 Guarantees. 16 She is a , graduate. 10 Her cr instructor was her constant companion. 21 Drunkard. 23 Frozen. 25 To peruse. 26 Note in scale 27 Adam's mate. 28 Recital. 29 Silkworm. 30 To sink. 35 Small flap. 37 Merriment. 39 One who rows 41 Mohammedan title. 42 To love to excess. 43 Mandarin residence. 45 Spore sacs. 47 in a high • degree. 48 Subsists. 49 Chinese sedge. 51 Nothing. 53 Constant companion. 54 The heart. 55 Eli. 57 Pound (abbr.) 58 Road Ubbr.). $275 —\\E TRADE— Easy G.M.A.C. Payment Plan Open Nights and Sundays TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phonr Johns Ice & Coal Co. Try Our ''Wiii-m-Morning'' Sentry Coal l<«r the New Warm Morning Stoves ' Good - Clean - Coal \Vc Deliver Km Ibs. or Carload All Coal b Rail GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. PHONE 7(> RED RYDER BANKS' JUKE •- TMROVJ OR. KY FRKp HA KM AM CONCUSSION! FRECKLES AND HIS TO TENDS fiirl in Distress WOULDM'T NAVE COME TO THE PARTV ANY WAV— i TMWK/ 4E HAD 4 PREV/KDUS PARDONI . VOUR. SUDDEN - ) ACCENT7 SHE ADDRESSING YOU, LARD SMITH / ABOUT THIS? WHILE VAADftft,Y YOU'RE ABOUT ME.' I. FEEL. SWELL / BOOTS AND HER K- tw> ny MM BEBVICE. me. T. M. REG u. s. PAT It's All Most Mysterious Uy EDGARMARTIN ALLEY OOP No Boom for Koom V, T, HAft Lift SO THE ARMY STAGED THAT PLAWE TO -DOkt'TV. WHV ^(l ASEE AAJYTHIMG MB YOU SUSPECT HIM > OSCAR BOOM ATTENDED -THAT AFFAIR. ? N1TRO- 60MB? YES, HE WASH TUBBS RY ROY CRANK IRL WHO TRIED A&6A7IME SU! KSOVIM6 ACROSS THAT F^CE! WEUER DO I FORGET A FACE. WHERE HAVE I SEEU IT BEFORE? te TO.SE EXPeCTEO T \JlCKl I I WISH I HAtMT LET VOU CCV\= HERB, V1CKI. THAT D1S6UISE O 1 ISM'T 600D SNOU6H' TO FOOL A Ht6H-POWERED FOREI5JO A6SWT VWO'SSEEM BEFORE

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