The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1940 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 27, 1940
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2-7, 1940 BUTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A Citijs Wants Classified For Your Benef if PAGE J!BVfi» CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION rate per line for consecutive insertions: ' One time per line 1 . ......... ____ lOc f'wv. times per line per day....03c Three times per line per day.. (We Slix times per line pe/ day ..... 05c Month rate per line ............ 60c L'ard of Thanks ........ 5Qc & 75c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times *nd stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- tide of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table Advertising' ordered for irregular Assertions takes the one time rate ^ No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect inser* Won of any classified ad. Farm Land for Sale SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FARMS WILL GIVE POSSESSION IN JANUARY IF SOLD THIS MONTH. 80 acres, all in a high state of cultivation and improved. Total taxes $68.00. Good allotments and government pay. Located on improved road and school bus route. I 1 - miles from gin and store, convenient to different towns west of Sikeston. Price $3800.00 on terms. 160 acres near Sikesion' 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 per acre on unusually ;?oocl "terms. AFTER XMAS SALE OF USED CARS AND TRUCKS 1940 Ford DeLuxe Coupe 19iS7 Chevrolet Coach 1936 Dodge Touring- Sedan 1935 Plymouth Coupe Ford DeLuxe Tudor 1940 Ford DeLuxe Tudor 1939 Mercury DeLuxe Sedan. $299 $154 $122 $482 $621 $555 1933 Chevrolet Fordor.... 160 acres, 30 niiles southwest from Sikeston, three miles from < good high school town with giri.j This is unusually good land for corn, cotton and alfalfa, nicely im- • proved. This farm has good allot-! merits 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 quarter mile from high school town. Price $50.00 per acre on terms'.^. . - • 240;_acres. ^xvilh about 200 acres ciUtiva/feecr. --Has 'one good set ofj buiVciinss'arid hbusss for labor, lo-! cated on improved road and electric highline. Total taxes under $1.00 an acre for the year. Tins farm has good allotments and government pay. Price $50.00 per acre on t erins. CALEB SMITH, Sikeston, Missouri 'i 127 E. ftlalone —TRtJCKS- Pickups & V/z 1939 Chevrolet L, W. B: 114 Ton 1936 Ford Stake Pick-up 1939 International pickup..... 1940 Ford Pickup Tons $483 $155 $384 $521 11938 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Pickup 1935 Ford L.W.B. Stake body lV-> Ton PHILLIPS USED CAR LOT Phones 810. 811. 1122 W. !l. Burton, Used Car IVIVr. Wanted To Rent ICO to 150 acres in Mississippi Comity. Will furnish self and give best of references. BlythevDle Minnows for Sale For Rent Bedroom'convenient to bath. Steam heat. Phone 280. 27-ek-U My 5 room biick home, 3 mile-; south on H. W. Gl. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 19-F-4. 27-pk3l 2 .furnished ropnis. Apply Joe Waddy, 621 Chickasawba. 27pk-3 2 I'urjiished rooms. Private entrance. Lights & water furnished. Bath. $3.50 weekly. 1117 Holly. 27-pk-31 2 room furnished apartment. 300 Eouth Division. Mrs. J. E. La\v- rtn'cc. 27-pk-l o room furnished apartment. Private tile bath. Private entrance. Electric water heater. 1252 Ash. 27-ck-31 2 downstairs unfurnished tipan- ments. Hot and cold water furnished. Phone 727. 719 W. Ash. 2G-ck-:J Furnished home. (5 rooms. Ivy W Crawford. Phone 961. 26-ck-30 Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 24-ck-U Two. 2-room furnished apartments. 615 Chickasawba. 23-ck-ti 2 room furnished apartment, 708 W. Main. 23-ck-ti' Two room apartment. Utilities furnished. 100 W. Kentucky. Phone 1129. 21-pk-28 3 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Prigidaire. Call 294. 18-ck-U Furnished apartment. 209 W. Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk. H-ck-tf 3 room fuornished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 14-ck-tf Modern 4 room apartment. $18.00 month. Phone 162. 9-ck-tf 2-room unfurnished apartment, connecting bath. Hot and cold water and telephone. Nice location. Couple only. 1123 W. Ash. Phone 1174. 4-ck-tf Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. ,Meh preferred. Corner Chickasawba' and 10th. Phone number 1. 23-ck-tf Available socQ--uvo-room office suite, windows in Main street, Sudbury Bldg. Phone No, One. Notice Goldfish and Shin e rs. 300 E. Main St. Phone 800. G. C. Hawks. 19-ck-l-19 Washing, Ironing Route 2, Box 71.' 7 guilts or Willie Bell Green, behind City Ice tor the money in ALLEN'S Oil and Cn;»I Ciroulatinp ""'' HEATERS SHOUvSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. For Sale One good (cam mules. Tools. Land to rent. Box "C.W." Courier . 27-pk-31 Hereford Bull, two years old. Pout- grade heifers and eulvcs. W H Cnldwell, Barneld Road or at Arkansas Grocer Co. 2G-pk-30 Takes Important Italian Command 40 acres land 3/-1 mile school. Christ on Community, free rungtv 311 Wi.'.son Avc., Oil Mill. HG-pk-1-20 FOR SALE—Four head good mules, Rood farm tools, hay and com Wiley Smith. Burdette* Ark. 19-pk-l-lD Coal-ami-wood range, used les.s Hum two years; in perfect condition. 310 East Davis, EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING Dragline and heavy welding a specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co, I'honc J9 «r lies. 101!) Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and lawn Mower Sharpening D. W. CRANFORD Dell, Ark. Wanted MOVING We wove -anybody, a :uiyliiric. CALL RIKE PHILLIPS AT BIO 27-ck-l-27 Lost Grey horse mule wearing halter. 1150 pounds. 15 hands high. $10 REWARD. Clayton Parr. General Delivery. Hermandale. Missouri. 21-pk-28 In drastic shakeup of Italian army high, command, Gen. Ettore Bastico, above, was put in charge of the strategically important Dodecanese Islands Companion of Premier Mussolini in early Blackshirt dnys, and veteran commander ofEthi- opion and Spanish wars, ho is considered an exponent of smashing blitzkrieg attacks COr».JMO > Y. Ml4W v,c l . tt 4C.T. M .»fl. U . ville, Work is progressing on a chain of 14 stations of 15-watt power at dam.s In tlie iviuskin^um' Conservancy _ District, to be used normally to send news of rainfall and water stages. Drivers Quizzed on Smoking SALEM, pro. <UP)— Motorists in Oregon may have to acquire Emily Post habits as regards the disposition of their cigarette stubs. The stn te forestry' department has asked the inclusion in drivers' per- mil examinations u question relative to where they throw lighted materials from their automobiles. SAVFdl on %>HVh T 2 every Uf|L of can—Tank car to your c*r. ITetrarthjl On*) JOYNER OIL CO. O. S. Highway 61, North — , ;; 24-lImir "lie nmtlc the mistake of demanding appeasement from Jerry Hie Greek!" Repairing gun repairing. 6e« E. M Damon at the Blytheille Arm- rv nn s 8 -,-l The parrots, tortoise, reptile, and birds of prey arc found to he the longest-lived inmnlcs of thr London zoo. System Ready to Keep Check On Ohio River CINCINNATI, O. iUP>-A radiotelegraph system lo keep Qoimmmi- cHtlons open In time of flood and 'they emergencies In the Ohio river drainage urea hfts been placed m operation. Col. E. H. Marks, army district engineer here, .said that Lhc system will bo inunned nt all times, ready for 24-hour emergency duty, it will be used for regular meaaiiucs in normal periods. While esscnUalty a telegraph system, radio telephone la provided tor 'patrol bouts in flood emeryen-. ctos. There arc 24 stations, six of 250-watt power and 18 of 100 \vatLs. Six are laiul stations and the rait on boats. The chief stations arc located nL Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Hmulnglon, Louisville, and Nnsli- LINK OK OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 16 DELTA omcie supi'LY.s U.K. awl Ash Sts. Johns Ice & Coal Co. Good - Clean - Coal We Deliver !()() Ibs. or OurJwurf All Coal by' Hall NEW YE Airs EVK DANCE Owen Zuck and His ORCHESTRA Sponsored; by (he Blytheville Bachelor Club City Hall DEADLINE ! Personal Uv*r. work off f h« bfi" to rid yourself of conati- ont.lnn. e&f pains. ,and that ounk fpplmR Takp on*? box of KIRJ'Y'8 ACTIVE I.1VER FDXR For Sale or Rent 26-pk-30 plant, aw. 61 Nortb. 9-ck-19-i FAMOUS SMOKER HORIZONTAL 1 English courtier. 12 More fastidious. 13 Rowing tool. 14 Trojan. 16 Grew old. J17 Kind act. , • 19 Within (prefix). 20 Duct. 21 Renovated. 23 Snaky fish. 24 Inward. '25 Four plus six. 26 Measure of type. 28 For that reason. 29 To wander. 30 Auto. 32 Beautiful youth. 33 Dispositions. 34 Strong woody fiber. 35 Gist of a slory 36 Either. 38 Gibbon. Answer to Previous Puzzle 39 Like. 40 Point (abbr.). 41 Tatter. 43 Side ditch. 48 Fuel. 49 Spigot. 51 Adores. 52 Perched, 53 Male ancestors. 55 Thing. 56 Cuttle bone. 58 He introduced smoking into England. 59 He was beheaded for VERTICAL 1 Canvaslike fabric. 2 Expert flyers. 3 Guided. 4 Transposed (abbr.) 5 Chestnut horse. 6 To rant. 7 In a row, 8 And. 9 Wrath. 10 Departed. 11 Animal skins. 12 He was a famous —— or sailor. 15 He settled —— in Virginia in 1584. 17 Window. 18 Of the thing. 21 Revision. ' 22 Pertaining to a dean. 25 Pertaining to sound, 27 Hand. 29 To steal. 31 Chest bone. 37 Proportion, 40 Inner courtyard. 42 Dress.. 44 Bull. 45 Night previous. 46 Remainder. 47 While. 48 Apertures, 50 Vegetable. 52 Ocean. 53 Street (abbr.) 54 South Carolina (abbr.). 56 Compass point (abbr.). 57 Article. " 300 Acre stock farm, 10 miles west of Paragoiild. Will rent for $1500 i year/or will sell at $15 an acre, or will take care of 350 head o; stock from October to March, inclusive, at $2 head per month. Other 6 months at .SI head per month. See Frank Lane. Phone -J31. Paragould. Ark. . 12 pk 1-12 Farmers Opportunity We make concrete pipe to rcphic'- your ivinndcn - Bridges. AH size- Oscpola Culvert Co. Phones 25:i & CO I). S. Kancy b'd Wiseman Ark. FOR SALE Have nice 4-room cottage on Franklin St. S650 cash. THOMAS LAND CO. I!. C. Campbell. Salesman Dr. Saliba's Clinic EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 128 E. Kentucky Avc., Cor rier Franklin & Kentucky GLASSES FITTED .1. A. Saliba; M.D., M.E., Ph.G. Office Phone 418, Res. 410 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL. SMITH CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING • PHONE 6U Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) mtfjt^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^ BAD COLDS, FLU, SINUSITIS Low body resistance and vitality i.s responsible for frequent colds, flu and sinus infections. Osteopalhic ad justice treatments the natural physiological forces of the body regain its lost resistance and vitality. AJso prevents complications' incident to ali- too-often neglected common colds, by relieving congested hyper- e'mic conditions of the respiratory tract, tense, congested* anrt contracted muscles. Tf taken in the cnrly stages, colds and flu are aborted or checked at their inception. 23456 8 9 10 H 12 16 17 18 19 2 22232425262 293031 Fortl Tu'rtbr. Low mileage, motor, body and upholstery in ^ood condition. New green cdi- or, 5 good tires. A bargain at Clinic S14 Main DRS. NIES & NIES Blythcvl Jlc. Ark. Phone UK Try Our "Warm-Morning" Sentry Coal, For the New Warm Morning gloves GAY & BILUNGS. inc. PHONE 76 CliexToIcl Sport Sedan. Owner driven. Fisher no-draft ventilation, knee action, perfected hydraulic brakes. A ' demonstration will convince you this is the car you've \\~antecl ........... JflJll LUK-$389 19o'9 Chevrolet OcLttxc Town Sedan. Black color, knee action. body, by Fisher, all steel, perfected hydraulic brakes." A demonstration will convince you this is the car you've wanted. Only .......... Chevrolet Sprnsil DeLuxe Sedan. Has had excellent care. Paint and upholstery in good shape, five tires, painted inarooh. Only 12.000 miles. Monthly payments to suit Forrf V-S BO Tudor Sedan. L'ow mileage, motor, body and upholstery irT excellent condition. Equipped with large hot- water heater. Sacrifice ..... .......... 1930 Clicvrolrt Master DH.UNC Coupe. One owner, color black. 5 rcqd tires. P'islier all .stcol body. Your car might make the down payment, 4-I)oor Sediui. N C W brown paint. Motor in good condition. Large luggage compartment, 5 tires, if it's a bargain you want, here it i.s 1!MO Plymouth 2-!><>or SctJsni.. Low mileuyc. looks like new. spotless upholstery, all steel construction, -safety glass, GOOx 1(> tirc.s, all good. A demonstration will convince you. Reduced to $619 l.'MI) Oldsmolulc Sedan. Has had excellent care, radio and heater, black color, upholstery like new. bumper guards. !3 pood tires. Priced to sell 10'.57 OUlsniobilc Snlan, in A-l condition. Low mileage, motor in excellent condition, large luggage compartment. This is n one owner ear. Sec it today 1037 Chevrolet Dcl/uxc Town S?- dan. Owner driven, fisher no- draft ventilation, knee action, perfected hydraulic brakes. We arc sure you can't find a better value at tfllO Ford V-B DeUixc Tudor. J.nige luggage compartment, radio, heater, driven only 13.000 miles, motor in A-l condition. Worth more $639 Final USED TRUCK Clean-up 1!MO Chcvrtlct Call ' Over " En"- .^'ne. 750x30 tires on front, 825x 20 rear. This j» a money maker and it i.s ready to go to work for you. Act. quickly at this price. 1040 Chevrolet :;/.j rick-up Truck. 5 £0od tires, excellent mechanical condition. A real bargain at only tfl.T? G. ,RZ. C. J',.. Ton Trurk. Dual wheels, 2 .speed axle. 10 ft. stake body. 6 ^pood tires, ready to make you money. Only S—li!3Jf Ford V-8 Pick-up Trux. reconditioned, paint good. 5 gco:l (ires, your old pick-un .taken as part or aH of down payment. Choice IMS Clicvrolrt }.}:. Ton Truck. 157 in whrrlbasc, dual wheels. 6 ?cod tires, 12 ft. stake new brci'y, j-cd eclor, motor A-l condition. A bargain at 1HS7 Chevrolet i;.; Ton Trab'k; Large stake body, G good tires, motor A-i condition. Drive it 1932 Ft:nl V-S \ Ton I'auei •Vriu-k. Gcod Ures, u.scd in the city. A pood delivery truck Act quickly at this price 1340 Dodsc ::/4 Ton Stake'Body Truck. Low mileage looks ami mas like new. 5 good r fires. W i" \vm take.... !9:W Ci. i>I. C. }i Ton Panel Tnu-k. Green color, motor and trakrs all in' good .shape. Worth much more IS.'JT Intc,nu»tional I!;.. Ton Trrck. Dual wheels, G good tires. 14 ft. body, Don't let this low price mislead you 2—ISU7 G. M:-C. !i Twi • I'fck- up Beth in .good •condition. Paint, body-*;, fenders all tip-top shape. Motor, A-l condition. Choice JO-'P Chevrolet ,'i Ton Pirk-up Tr«:ck. Looks like new,,'mctor A-l ccnditJon. 5 crood j Ures. .Big savings..... t TOM LITTLE Phone 633

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