The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1940 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 13-10 BLYI'HEVILLE (ARK.) COUEIER NEWS PAGE SEVE» IFOR ISAlV IDMHHC* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line lOc 1'wo times per line per day—08c Three times per line per day..06c tix times per line per day 05c _ Month rate per line 60c Dard of Thanks 60c & 75o Minimum charge 60c. Ads ordered for three or six times find stopped before expiration wiU be charged for the number of times Lhe 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 tor more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Farm Land for Sale AFTER XiMAS SALE USED CARS 11)40 Ford DcLuxe Coupe For Rent Nico apartment in live pink ol' condition. $20.00 A month. Thomas Land Co. UU-ek-l li room unfurnished apartment. coniifoling bath. Rent vory rea- .scniiblo. Hot and cold water and telephone. Nice location. Couple only. 1123 w. Ash. Phone 1174. 4-ck-lt 2 room nnmshed apartment. Acini l } . loom furnished apartment. AduUs only. 8819 W. Ash. 28-ck- 1 Notice More tin- the money in ALLEN'S Oil and Cwil Circulating ! HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shiners. :ioo E. Mnin St. Phone 800. C. C. Hiuvks. 19-ek-l-lli FUNNY BUSINESS Mental Chwcs "Shocked" 1937 Chevrolet Coach SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FARMS 1986 Dodge Touring Sedan /JD35 Plymouth ) Coupe 1039 Ford DeLuxe Tudor :.. GIVE POSSESSION IN JANUARY IF SOLD THIS MONTH. 30 acres, all in v 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'-j miles from gin and store, convenient to different towns west of Sikeston. Price $3800.00 on terms. 160 acres near Sikeston 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 good terms. - 160 acres. 30 miles southwest from Sikeston, three miles from good high school town with gin. This is unusually good land for corn, cotton and alfalfa, "nicely improved. This farm has good allotments and good government pay. Price $60.00 per acre on terms. 200' acres, finest/ black land. lr>0 cultivated. Nicely improved. This farm has advantage of improved read and electric lights. It is just 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 ot buildings and houses for labor, located on improved road and electric highline. 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 W li. Malone 1940 Ford De- Luxc Tudor $122 $482 $621 -1 room house. $13.50 per mo. \V;i!er furnished. South 'Jlst. Phone 1128 or 293-J. 28-ek-u 2 room furnished apartment. 108 W. Kentucky. Phone (583. 28-pk-4 Washing, Ironing On Jan. 1st will have 101(5 West Main Street and also small house on Missouri near' Second for rent. Prank C. Douglas, phone 383 or 454. 28-pk-l Bedroom convenient to bath. Steam heat. Phone 280. 27-ck-tf 1939 Mercury DeLuxc Sedan 1983 Chevrolet Fordor —TRUCKS- Pickups & l«/ 2 1939 Chevrolet L. W. B. !'/> Ton 1936 Ford Slake Pick-up 1939 International pickup 1940 Ford Pickup My r> room brick home, 3 mile'-, south on H. W. 61. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone 19-F-4. 27-pk^i ' quilts or blankets $1.00 Willie Kell Green, behind Clly lc* riant, H.W. 61 North. 9-vk-10-9 furnished rooms. Apply Joe Waddy. 621 Chickasftwba. 2 furnished rooms. Private entrance, Lights & water furnished. Bath. $3.50 weekly. 1117 Holly. 27-pk-31 2 room furnished apartment. 300 South Division. Mrs. J. E. Lawrence. 27-pk-l 1938 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton Pickup 1935 Ford L.W.B. Stake boclv 1'/, Ton o room furnished apartment, Private tile bath. Private entrance. Electric water heater. 1252 Ash. 27-ck-31 2 downstairs unfurnished apartments. Hot and cold water furnished. Phone 727. 719 W. Ash. 26-ck-2 For Sale Mam Street home for sale. Furnace heat. Hardwood floors and finish. A beautiful place. Real bargain, Thomas Land Co. 28-ck-s One good team mules. Tools. Land . to rent. Box "C.W." Courie News: 27-pk-3 Hereford Bull, two years old. Fou jirade heifers and calves. W. H. Caldwell. Barfield Road or at Arkansas Grocer Co. 28-pk-30 40 acres land 3/4 mile school. Christen Community, free range. 311.. Wilson Avc., Oil Mill. FOR SALE—Four head good mules, soori fann tools, hay and corn Wiley Smith. Burdelte, Ark. 19-pk-l-19 Coal-anci-wood range. • used less i!ian ;wo years: in perfect condition. 310 Ea-st Davis. Welding EXPERT KI.ECTRJC & ACETYLENE WELDING H IM: and heavy weld specialty. arksd2ie Mh. Co !> r n E 1 « IM: and heavy welding ;\ spocialtv. I'bonn 1,9 or Res. Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING Phonos 810. 811. 1122 W. 1J. Biirion, Used Car Mgr. Wanted MOVING Furnished home. 6 rooms. Ivy \V Crawford. Phone 9G1. 2G-ck-30 Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 24-ck-U Two. 2-room furnished apartments. 615 Chiekasawba. 23-ck-ti 2 room furnished apartment. 708 W. Main. 23-ck-U Traffic Expert Names Next Probable Victim STATE COLLEGE. Pa. <UPi — 'the person most liable to death in a motor accident i.s a male prdr-sirmn who has passed his 5Mh i:!riluiay. He will UK crossing t.he street in tJic middle of the block at ni»hl when he meets his deatn and—in two cases out of five—will have been drinking. This description was »ivcn ad- -•anced trufuc safety students ai. Pennsylvania State College by Burton W. Marsh, director of the American Automobile Association safety and traffic engineering department, on (he basis of a Nation-wide three-year survey. Marsh said the study revealed also that the potential motor accident, victim probably is a non- driver. PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Three Philadelphia hospitals arc using a new treatment for mental patients which literally "blasts" mental diseases from the brain. The treatment consists of electrical charges sent through the bruin by a "shock machine" developed by Drs. Ugo Ccrlettl ;ind L. 13enl of the University of Rome. Johns Ice & Coal Co. flood - Clean - Coal We Deliver 10(1 Ibs. or C'Arioiiil All Coul by Kail Phone 83 HELP FOR TAKS The United Stntos Lij;hUioii!w Service maintains 27.500 aids to shipping and navigation, including 31 lightships, 527 attended lights, and 15,000.., buoy.s. COMI'LKTIS LINK Ol % OFFICE SUPPLIES Cull If, DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOKlt U.K. and Ash Sts. Road Courier News'want ads. ' SAVE 41* on Vfft t K *! 2 every Uffl* of fas—Tank c»r to your «»r. (Tetraethyl GM) JOYNER OIL CO. U. S, Highway 61, North i . 24-Hour Service FOR SALE Have iik-e 4-room cottage on Franklin SI. 5650' cash. THOMAS LAND CO. II. C. Campbell. • Salesman Farmers Opportunity UV make conorelc pipe to • replace your wooden - RHdges, All sir.cs. Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & GQ I), s. l,:uiey Ed Wiseman Ai'k. "1 think if you lake oft Oi a I, Chris I mas tic your stomach \\lli slniiyhtcu up 0. K.'* TKKV \VKKI> I-'IHST Now universally used by surgeons, rubber gloves first were used in surgical operations at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore. Maryland. NOSEY"? London's official rcRUlntions provide 400 questions, any or all of winch n polieoimm nn\y have to usk in cnse of u fiilu! roud accident on his bent. DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" KOYAL. SMITH CORONA. AND UEM1NGTON TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEI, BUILD1MG PHONE toll (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Or. SalUta's Clinic KYIS, EAR, NOSE and THROAT UH K. KoiitiK-ky Avc., O«'m>r l-Yimlclln A Kentucky CLASSES FITTRI.) J. A. SiiHliii, M.I)., M.K., rii.G. Office IMionc 418, Ucs, 410 BAD COLDS, FLU, SINUSITIS Low body resi.sltmce and vitality Is responsible lor frequent colds. flu and .sinus Infections. Osteopnthic adju.siice treatments assist Lho natural physiological forces of the body regain its lost resist-. uncv and vitality, Ai.so prevents complications incident to nll- too-often ncRlccted common colds, by relieving congested hyper- emle uonciitlon.s of the respiratory tract, tense, congested and contracted muscles. If taken in I he early stages, colds and flu are aborted or chocked at their inception. DRS. N.LES&NIES fiM Mnin Ulytlvcvl Uo, Arlt. rtionfl WH room furnished apartment. Private bath. Frigidaire. Call 294. 18-ck-ti Furnished apartment. 209 W. Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk. 14-ck-ti H room fuornishcd apartment. Private hath. Desirable location. Phone 280. ' 14-ck-ti We move unyhcxly, anywhere, anytime. CALL BIKE PHILLIPS AT 610 27-ck-l-27 Wauled To Rent ICO to 150 acres in Mississippi County. Will furnish .self and ?ive best of references. Blythevillc Route 2. Box 7.1. 26-pk-30 Modern 4 room apartment. $18.00 month. Phone 162. 0-ck-ti Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Cornei Chickasawba and loth. Phone number 1. 23-ck-tf Available soon- -'-wo-room office suite, windows >n Main ' «trect Sndbury Bldg. Phone No. One. Repairing oxpert gim repairing. Se« E. M. Damon at. the Blythevllle Ann-»v Wednesdays au^ Thursdays. MAP PUZZLE HORIZONTAL 1 Map o£ , islands m Lhc Pacific. •10 Slope. -11 Place. 12 To put on. 13 Sanctions. 14 Harmonies 16 Measure of area. 18 Being. 19 Clandestine. .20 To mourn greatly. '24 To purify. 29 Blockhead. ;30 Sloths. 31 Pertaining to runes. 32 Acts of turning 34 Its capita! is Answ.ct to Previous Fuzzlo 35 Sneaky 36 Bagliko part. 37 UnkcclccL 41 First. 45 Mongol dynasty 46 To prevent 48 Wings. 49 Staple oriental food 51 Devoured 52 Long cut. 53 Principal fruit grown in this land. 54 Manuel Quezon is tin's land's political VERTICAL 1 Postscript (abbr.) 2 Animal skin. 3 Heathen god. 4 Cotton cloth 5 Lamentation. 6 Fruits. 7 Frozen desserts. 8 Convent worker 9 Themes. H Martial- 15 Docior who cares for teeth 17 To trace back. 19 Public auto. 21 Stir. 22 Russian village. 23 Aurora. 24 Circular wail. 25 Act of migrating. 26 Cuckoo. 27 Sesame. 28 Came of cards 30 Some. 33 Olive shrub 34 Market. 36 Tender. 38 Symptom of hysterics 39 Thin tin plate. 40 Indian. 41 Festival 42 Evils. 43 Fetid. 44 To surfeit. 47 Go on (music) 50 Half an em. 52 Southeast (abbr.). Fender and rl f,awii Body Work Sharpening 0. W. Dell, Art. For Sale or Real | ___ . _ . ___ t 300 Acre Stock farm, 10 miles west ; of Paraqoukl. Will rent, for S1500 i a year nr will sell at $15 an acre, j or v:i:i lake cair of 150 head or' ; .stock J'roni October to March, in- j c-'u-sivc, at $2 head per month. ; Other 6 months a.1, $1 head per month. Sre Frank Lane, Phone 331, Paragould, Ark. 12 pk 1-12 Personal j Arouse Skiggtsh' Llv*r. work oiT the bile to rid yourself of consti- DaMon. ea? pains, 'and that torar nvmk feeling. Takfs OJM box of ACTIVE LIVE* TILLS RED RYDER liilllt 1 Beaver on (he .Job FRF.rK1,P,R AND fo Armu.' VVif.h [ AWM OM MV WAV TO LARKSPUR. 1b A PAHTV 61V EM BY FR1EMD 2UiA LASH LEY/ WE ,' TMAT MAKES TMIS UNANIMOUS/ 1'WN FRECKLES MQGOOSEV -THIS «S MOW ARE YOU AM' VEHUDl GETTiMG ALONG , MISTAM SM1TM MOPE YOU TOLD HIM TOO MUCH ABOUT THE WAR. , t BETWEEM THE STATES / WMY.TMAS LOVELY/ My MAME IS JIMMY WYNNE AMD LARD SNVITM IS IN 7WE SACK SEAT / DON'T KWOVJ A YANKEE, KNOW COPR. 19*0 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M HOOTS AND HRR What's It All Abou U. S. PAT.OFF. T. HAMLIJN - CAk) YOU PULL \ / VOU'VE GOT\^—^ J THINK WEKMOW KCrriS/E OUT I / ME THERE, / OH, \ THE OF YOUR. HAT* / MR.. <S-N\A>J/ DEAR,\ 15OM'T WE, / HAS <SOME WHY WOULD \ \"ij>oyo'T KVHATA.L ALLEY DO .SUCH ) \ KWOW.' \ MESS i COULP \ IMTO Call 1/j Action RY ROY CRANK LOOK, \-SPLENDlD. 1 CHIEF — THE HOOkT- K10SED GUV HAS our, : OUR OPFOS- THE BACK OF OUR CLOSET S RIGHT AGAWST THE FOREI6M AOEWT^ APART- MEUT- BUT BcrORE WE CAW 1WSTALL AMY LISTEMIM6 DEVICE, VICKJ, WE'LL X' A BRACE- AMD BIT FOR "DRILL1W6 PARTLY TV.R THE WALL AM OPPCRTUMnV T THAT SLY, SUNK1M& FEMALE BEFORE SHE >=SVE

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