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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 30, 1940
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P MONDAY,, DECEMBER 30, 1940 • "."&' *r~m*tm*a*m^mi^rrmmr—r-rm^^ m . _ - BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS PAGE 8EVE» CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Datiy rate per line ror consecutive insertions: One time per line lOc f\vo times per line per day 03c Three limes per line per day..0oc Six times per line per day 05c Month rate per line 60c Card of Thanks 50c & 75c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times end stopped before expiration wil) te 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 •y, insertions takes the one time rate W No fespdrisi&ility will be taken for more than one incorrect) insertion of any classified ad. PHILLIPS BIG END OF YEAR USED CUR SALE Wanted to Trade Possession Immediately German Minister To Rumania Call or come fiv for a demonstration. Deal w i I it Phillips and gel the highest in quality and the most for your monev. ! i'K'mcnth Business Cosijur. 1035 i model; newly painted black, mo- lor & tires good. Small A A down payment of only t?Tf OFFEHJ5 (trade) rolling upland stock grain and hay farm. Over 200 Acrr.s (,{jon. Two sets Jinprove- riicm.s. Located on sniveled road. jofnin» school, near Ycllville, Marion county, north central Arkan- J SH.S. To (a I taxes under §40 last : year. PRIGS $20 per acrp, good j terms, will trade for town prop- 1 c-ity. rt' tired of the gumbo, high taxes and h flrc j W0 rk, this nice ( stcck farm m:ty suit. Write fully! what you have in first letter ,and save time. Possession with deed. T offer a bargain to turn quick. FIJNNY BUSINESS m -j For Rent 2 room furnished apartment. Adults Chevrolet 1937 .Master Coach. Motor & tires A-i. Black color. A clean car at a £*)t£ bargain' price <p LJ t> I * , 1J)40 Ford DeLuve Coupe. Equipped with radio, heater & w.s.w. tire.s. Elack finish like new. Sec only. 819 W. Ash. 30-ck T 5 •; room furnished apartment, close in. 509 Chickasawba. Phone S4G- W. room furnished apartment. Lights and water furnished. Reasonable. 1601 W. Ash. 30-ck-tf Nice apartment . in th'e pink of condition. S20.0Q' a month. Thomas Land Co/' 2'8-ck-4 2 room unfurnished apartment. connecting bath. Rent very reasonable. Hot and cold water and telephone. Nice location'. Couple only. 1123 W. Ash. Phone 1174. - . ' 4-ck-tf New 4 room house. $13.50 per mo, Water furnished. South 21st. 28-ck-tf Phone H2S or 293- J. 2 room furriishe'd apartment. 108 W. Kentucky. Ph'one 683. 23-pk-4 Oh Jan. 1st will have 1016 West Main Street and a b>o small house on Missouri near Second for rent. Frank C. Douglas, phone 383 of 454. 28-pk-l Bedroom convenient to bath. Steam h'eat. Phone 280. 27-ck-tf My 5' room brick home. 3 milec .south on H. W. 61. Furnished or unfurnished. Phone lfl-F-4. 27-pk31 2 furnished rooms. Apply Joe Waddy. 621 Chickasawba. 27pk-3 2 furnished rooms. Private'entrance. Lights & water furnished. Bath. ?3.50 weekly. 1117 Holly. 27-pk-3I 2 room furnished apartment. 300 South" Division. Mrs. J. E. Lawrence, ' 27-pk-l .3 rcbm furnished apartment. Pri- ,^ e t51e °ath. Private entrance. Electric water heater. 125 -E. Ash. 5 downstairs unfurnished apart -' merits 1 . Hot arid cold- water furnished. Phone 727. 719 W. Ash. Desirable bedroom, 'twin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 24-ck-tl Two. 2-room furnished apartments. 615 Chickasawba. 23-ck-ti 2 room furnished apartment. 708 W. Main. 23-ck-U 3 room furnished apartment. Private. bath. Frigidaire. Cnil 294. 18-ck-tf Furnished apartment. 209 W. Kentucky. Mrs. Sisk. 14-ck-u - room fubrnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 14-ck-u Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. and 10th. Corner number 1. this car today. Price only Ford DC Luxe Tmlcr. Low niile- u'ge. motor & tires in excellent condition. Clean throughout. Only Plymouth Coach. New black finish, tires & motor A-l. Drive this car home for only _ 1039 Mercury Fcrdor Sedan. Beautiful maroon finish, motor in excellent condition. A car that will suit the entire' family Owner Caleb Smith, Sikcston, M O . Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYMiNE WELDING line and heavy welt specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co. I) r :i » I i n c and heavy welding a specialty. riione 19 or Res. 1019 Browning, of Rochester, who wrote the English mayor offering to make ft homo for one child. a. Tree Varieties iVld'c , Flu. (UP)-Forty-HCven nor cent of nil vurietios of Lrci-s which grow in North America are found In Florida, a survey has re- VOt\I(!(l. Expert Electric ana Acetylene WELDING Fonder and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening ). W. CRANFORD 1939 Dodp tox!rni£ Deluxe Coach'. Beige color, radio & Heater equip- oed. in A-i condition throughout. Pi-ice only Ford Deluxe 19-10 Model' Tudor. Black color, with white s.\v. tires, low mileage; see & drive this car today $598 193.9 Price onl —TRUCKS— International Stake Pick-up 1936 Forcl Pickup 1.940 Ford Pick-up. Driven only 9,000 miles. 1'JO Chevrolet '•'/, Ton Pick-lip. A bargain at this <JJ9fl7 price *p4i*/ I lS39.1t;'hcvrplK't IJi.-Tori. Lorig.yv.T3.. In excellent condition &A' i 7A It will do your job $4 / Tt PHSLLIPS USED CAR LOT Phones 810, 811, 1122 W. H. Burton, Used C:ir Mjrr; Dell. Ark. For Sale or'Rent 300 Aero Stock farm, 10 miles west of Paragoulci. 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 $2 head per month Other 6 months at $1 head pel month. See Prank ' Lane, Phom 331, Paragoukl. Ark. 12 pk l-l r . Personal Arouse Si-jggigb Uv*t. wori o3 the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that tour feeling'. Take one box of ' As Rumanii. looked increasingly important in German plans, whatever direction they may take, Baron Manfred von Kil- ]inger, above, former consul general in San Francisco, was shifted from Slovakia to Bucharest as German Minister to Rumania. Repairing Expert gun repnirtntr. See E. M. - Damon, at the Blyt&evllle Arm- ry on Wednesdays and Thursdays: Rochester, N; Y., to Aid ' Rochester, Eng., Children ROCHESTER, N. Y. (UP)—Unison between the cities of Rochester, Johns Ice & Coal Co. flood - Clean - Coal We Itallvcr ion Ihs. or Curloiul AH Cowl by Kail Phone 83 Rtfad Courier News want -<>ds. SAVEli* 6n OHVKf 2 every of fas—Tank car to yoor car, (T«traethyl Gas) JQYNER OIL CO, 0. S. Highway 61, NortM — 24-Hour Service COMI'LEIB LINE~OF OFIFICE SUPPLIES din ifi DELTA OPPICK SUPPLY StOKIi JUt. and Ash Sts. FOR SALE Have nice 4-room cottage on Ffiinkliiv St. ggso cash. ^_, THOMAS LAND CO. H. C. Campbell, Salesman Farmers Opportunity We make concrete- pipe to replaci- your wooden - • Brides. All size*. Osceola Culvert Co. IMionos ^53 Ss (II) »>. S, Kaiiey Ed Wiseman Oseeola, Ark. 'I don'l care if it is appendicitis, out come your tonsils- tllc sergeant says you talk loo much!" * New York, and Rochester, England, for (he or establishing n child haven for refugee children i.s in process of beirifj established. Mayor Samuel B, Dicker, of Rochester, N. Y., hus received a letter from Mayor C. S. Kulght of Rochester, Faiglnnd. nskhiK his aid in "cstablishini; lirii.son with a view to .some of the children in our oily bcin^ evacuated to yours." The Idea was .sUirlcd by Paul DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter M*n" ROYAL. SMITH CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTA.BLW TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE bll (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) FRECKLES,.. AND HIS FKIENDS .». Df.Salibtfs Clinic EYE. EAR, NOSE and THROAT 128 E. Kentucky Ave., C;r>-j),. r r,- n rjkJin & Kentucky CLASSES FriTEl) S.HII.H, M.D., M.K., IMI.G. Office PlVonc 418, Res. .416- BAD c:01DS, FLU, SINUSITIS Low body resistance mift viUUly is responsible for frequent cokis. llii and sinus infections. Oslcopiithic udjusttce trotUmcnts ussist the rmlnrn! physioloKlcal forces of tin.- body regain Us lost resist-' anco nncl vllnlit.y. ALSO prevents complications incident to svli- too-aften n^loctod common colds, by relieving congested hypar- cmlc conditions of Uio rospirntoi-y tnict. ionse, congested nnr! contracted muscles. If taken in the early stages, colds und Hu arc aborted or checked at their inception. DRS. N1ES & MIES r 'M l\l(i(ti Tilyllinvl ll«, A.rk. PLntic !.m Wanted Some of the world's narrowest streets are to be found in Zanzi- and Great Ya'rmouth. MOVING We niovc" anybofly, :ihyu ; licrc, any time. CALL BIKE PHILLIPS AT G10 27-ck-l-27 Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shiners. 300 E. Main St. Phone 800. G-. C. Hawks. . 19-ck-l-I9 Washing Ironing ..-? qjnilts or blankets.. ..SIM WHIie Bell Green, behind City Ic* Plant, H.W. 61 NortK. 9-ck-10-9 DESTRUCTIVE PEST 23-ck-ti Available sooti - -'.wo-rob'm office suite, window's jn Main street, Sudbury Bldg. Ph6-Je No.. One. For Sale 130 acres good farm land near . BlythcviHc. Willdividc in tracts All under cultivation. Near Highway. BOX M. c/o Coiirier News. 2S-pk-4 HORIZONTAL 1 Flying bug similar to a butterfly. 5 It is an -^^of thfe order Lcpidoptera. 1 0 Stream. 32 Emanation. 13 Without. 14 Mulberry tree. 16 Gist. 18 And. 39 Burdened. 21 Behold. 23 Neither. 24 Bushel (abbr.). • 25 Rang. 30 Prowls. 32 Married. 33 To enliven. 35 Dined. 36 Rite lor Bacchus. 38 Rode. 39 Platter. Answer to Previous Pnzzle 15 Woolly. 17 It is a — pest. 20 Cupola. 22 Heavy blow. 24 Wagers. 26 Border. 27 Musical note. 28 Finale. 29 Dwmal. 30 To storm. 31 Home of beasts. gi 34 Tenon hole. 37 Sweet potato. 39 To name. 41 Rodent. 43 Heart. ,45 Opposed io closed. 47 Bird. Main Street home for sale. Furnace heat. Hardwood floors and .finish. A beautiful place. Real bar!/• ( 'f\ Tbcma-s Land Go. 23-ck-^ One good team mules. Tools. Land )o rent. Box " "C.W." Courier Ncv.'s. 27-nk-3: •?0' acre;; land 3/4 mile school. Christen Community, free ransr, 311 Wilson Ave.. Oil Mill. 26-pk-l-25 FOR SALE—Four head good mules, good farm tools, hay and com Wiiey Smith, Burdette" Ark. , : 19-pk-l-19 Coal-and-\voo"d range, used less than two years; in perfect condition. 310 East Davis. 42 Sooner than. 43 Inferior dog. 44 Month (abbr.) 46 Stomach. 48 Watch pocket. VERTICAL 49 Plural (abbr.) 2 Coin. 50 Mineral spring 3 Prong. 52 Instructor. 4 Students' 55 Cover. residence. 56 Eagle. 6 North Africa 48 To touch 58 To follow. ' (abbr.). 49 Yucca fiber 59 Encountered. 7 Grand. 51 Work o£ 60 They have 8 Ireland. genius. —- and small 9 Kitten. 53 Data, wings. en Chum. 54 Chaos. 61 In the — 13 A typo of this 55 Bulgarian coin stage they insect 57 New England feed on ^ valuable to (abbr.). clothing. man (pi.). 59 Mister (abbr) Notice rtr *hr. money in ALLEN'S Oil a«d Coal Circulatinjr HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. FRECKLES HAPPENED ALONG WHEN) HE pp. DADDY A MAW BACK. YOUR. CAR / OM, ZULA.TMA'S REAL NICE/ TMIMK AH'U. MAM SELF VERY MUCH AT TMis PAWTY / FRECKLES? is THE 1 BOY I- RDR YOU - VA/AR.N You, JINNY, SOMEONE ELSE HAS STRINGS ON Boy, JIMMY'S GOT 6M THE ROPES ALREADY—LOOK,'HE'S BRUSHING. MtS HAIR/ OF COURSE MOT YOU ALWAYS .USE THE WOODEN THE BRUSH YOU'RE , WAcfcv/ . SME- OOESN'f RAISE TEMPERATURE DEGREE/ WASH TUiiBS Worked Like BY ROY CKAN.ti BUT... BUT you APEW'T THE JANITOR I TALKED TO WE witt PI Ar HER IM .THE TRUNK The Kricriiv Routed BY FRET) HARMAJV WE. CAN HOLD HERE TILL. vieu.teusri ALINE E. F TH 1 ROCKS/ COLLAPSES HILE HE IS CROOKS E .1R.A1LED THEM. B EDGAR ^UT/'fco^K",^ iT WA.S THE PABLED G WAS , AND QOOM THE 5ie DOPE TURNEP AROUND AND GAVE iT TO CLEOPATRA OF ALL THE , FANT^XSTIC ^ SUMPIN ' | VARNS T / TELLS. ME i EVER MET V^OU AIN'T ^wrrH.' ^-SEEN- ^ &SSI: \ &jrr W)TH SMARTED THAT OME HIM, < MENTAL OlON'TlJepFORT I •' 5RA5N PA5SEP OLH" COMPLETELV BO ° M MIXED UP PART IN OP AN ARMV PLAM! ANJO THE INVASION OF THE TIME MACHINE LABORATORY BEGINS ^j GET IT FOR HIMSELF

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