The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1941 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1/1941 RLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A Citu's PAGE rnn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rftie per One n>r oonaecti- tive insertions: One time per line'.. We Two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day..(We Six times per line per day 05c Month rate per line SOc Card of Thanks 50c & 75c Minimum charge iXX:. Ade ordered for three or six times *nd stopped before expiration will be. charged for the number of timei ttie ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy iubmitted by persons resiciiag 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 tirn^ rati No responsibility will be* taken /or more than one incorrect laser' tiori of any classified ad. For Rent Modern 3 room unfurnished apartment. Good condition. Corner of Main and Second. Call P. Simon. Phone 764 or mo. 1-ck-tf Two room furnished apartment. Also bedrooms. 100 W. Kentucky Call 1129. 31-pk-l-31 2 room furnished apartment with bath. Prigidaire. 110 W. Ash. Dosha Mick. 31-ck-3 Store building, Alain and Lake. Phone 329; 31-ck-tf. 2 room furnished apartment. Adults only: 819 W. Ash. 30-ck-5 2 room furnished apartment, close in. 509 Chickasawba. Phono 846- W. 30-c!;-^ 2 room furnished apartment. Lights aiad water furnished. Reasonable. 1601 W. Ash. 30-ck-tf ^ 7 ice apartment in the pink of condition. $20.00 a month. Thomas Land Co. 28-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 H r <'4. 4-ck-U New 4 room house. ,$13.50 per mo. Water furnished. South 21st. Phone 1128 or 293-J. 28-ck-ts 3 room furnished apartment. 108 -oii^iuoni convenient to baui. Steam heat. Phone 280. ' 27-ck-tl 2 furnished rooms. Apply Joe Waddy, 621 Chickasawba. 27pk-S 2 room furnished apartment. 30C South Division. Mrs. J. E. Lawrence. 27-pk'-3 3 room furnished apartment. Private tile bath.- Private entrance Electric water heater. 125 E. Ash : " 30-ck-3 ^'..downstairs unfurnished apartments. Hot and cold water furnished. Phone 727. 719 W. Ash. 26-ck-2 Desirable bedroom, 'twin b'eds. Mer Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 34-ck-tl t Two. 2-room furnished apartments. 615 Chickasawba. ' 23-ck-tf 2 room furnished apartment. 70? W. 'Main. 23-ck-ti A Real Chance TO TRADE CARS! Buy During Our USED CAR SALE Call us or come by for a demonstration. Deal w-i.lli Phillips and get the highest in quality and the most for your monev. Plymouth Business Coupe. J935 model; newly painted black, motor & tires good. Small down payment, of only. Chevrolet 1.037 Master Coach. Motor & tires A-l. Black color, A clean car a I a bargain price. 1940 Ford J>el,uve Coupe. Equipped witti radio, heater & W.SAV. tires. Black finish like new. See this car today. Price onlv For Rent 3 room fuornishea apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 14-ck-tf Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Corner Chickasawba and 10th. Phone number 1. 23-ck-ti Available soon--U»o-room office suite, windows M Main street, Sudbury Bide. Phoue No. One. Wanted to Trade Notice sale or office hiy.chUics. Sw .. Don Edwards ud on pago For Sale For complete line of office tnu- clunes see the Don Edwards ud on page 3 today. , AJ< $256 $571 $178 Ford OcLuxe Tudor. Low mileage, motor & tires in excellent condition. Clean throughout. Only 1936 Plymouth Coach. .New black finish, tires £ motor A-l. Drive thi.s car home for only 1939 Mercury Fcrdor Sedan. Beautiful maroon finish, motor in excellent condition. A car that will suit the entire family 1939 Dodge Touring Deluxe Coach. Beige color, radio & heater equipped. In A-l condition throughout. Price only. Ford DeLuxc 1940 Model Tudor. Black color, with white s.w. tires loxv mileage: .see & drive this car today 130 acres good farm land near Blytheville. Wjlldivide in Inicls All under cultivation. Near Highway. Box M. c/o Courier News. 28-pk-t Main Street home for Kale. Furnace heat. Hardwood floors and finish. A beautiful place. Real bargain. Thomas Land Co. 28-ck-3 40 acres land 3/4 mile school, Christen Community, free range. 311 Wilson Ave., Oil Mi]]. FOR SALE—Four head good mules, good farm tools, hay and corn Wiley Smith, Burdette', Ark. 19-pk-l-19 Coal-and-wood range, used less than two years; in perfect condition. 310 East Davis. OWNKK OKFBKS (trade) 287 »<•«* ferntly rolling upland stock «n»)M and hay larni. Over 200 arrrs njjpn. Two sets improvements. Loomed on B raveled road, joining si'hool, JHW YellviJIe. Marion county, north central Arkau- sus. Total taxes tinticr S-IO Jn.sV year. PRICE §30 per ;u.ro, good t firms. Wjii trndp lor town pi-op- pity. If tln-rl of the gumbo, high Uixe.s and hard work, this nice stock farm may suit. Writo 1'nlh- \vhai you have in first lottoi 1 and save (imp. 1'ossc.ssion with deed, t offer » bargain lo (urn quick. Owner Caleb Smith. Sikr.slou, |\| 0 . "My Country, Tis of Thee ..< Lost Two inair bhu:k and white spoiled l>oint,pv bird clogs, j «n ivars old. REWARD. Phone )!)9 or U72. H N M. i-p'k-t' J.»»» tJ* 1 \,V) $598 Price oniv —TRUCKS— International Stake Pick- up 1936 Ford Pickup Onlv 134 C Ford Pick-up. Driven only 3.000 miles. $378 $149 $522 Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING line and heavy weld specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co, I'lionc 19 or Res. 1019 1938 Chevrolet : ;i Ton I'ick-up. A oargain at this price ............... $297 1S39 Chcvrclcl 1'i Ton Long W.B. In excellent condition It .will .do -your job...:.-. , Phones 810, 811. U2 W. ». Burton, Used Car The United States spent $1,500,- JCO.OGO for aviation purposes dur- •ng (lie first World War. Expert Electric ana Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening D. W. CRANFOR9 Dell, Ark. For Sale or Rem 300 Acre Stock farm, 10 miles wesi. of Pai-agould. Will rent for $1500 .i;.year. or. will sell at $15 an acre or will take care of 150 head o: stock from October to March, inclusive, at $2 head per month. Other. 6 months at $1 head per month. See Frank Lane, Phone 331, ParagouJd, Ark. 12 pk 1-12 Personal Arouse Biqggiab Uvar, wcat off *e bile to rid yourself of consti- oatlon, gw pains, -and that toor ounk feeling. Take one box of ACTIVE LTVEK PDJug NEW YEAR'S PUZZLE 'J.room furnished apartment. Private bath.' Frigidaire. Call 294. 18-ck-U "Columbus Disc o v e r e d America/' and! it is high time that you discover these amazing values. l!)4(> ChcvrcJpt .Special !)r- Sedan. t?4fl Ford V-8 Tudor. A beauty J.!>39 Chevrolet Town Sedan $489 f>38 Chevrolet Town Sedan Ford V-8 Tudor. Special ____ : ........ . ..... Oicb-rnohilc -Sedan Plymouth Sedan HORIZONTAL 1 RecorcLoi inonths. ? Julius Caesar introduced the calendar. 12 Battering machine. 13 Convex molding. 15 Hops' kiln.- 16 Wise men. 18 Room recess. 19 Short. 21 Dress fastener. 23 Minks. 24 EH. ,,. 26 Camel. 29 Pound (abbr.) 30 To be sick. 32 Fruits. 33 Ghost. 3-1 Bear. 3& Good by. 38 To be persistent. 40 Lariat. 11 To surfeit. 42 Writing fluid. 43 Grain (abbr.). 45 To equip. 46 And. 4 7 Per. 48 Advertisement Answer to Previous HElNjPUYlAiWiAJLiLlAiC (E 50 Cubic (abbr.). 51 River in Italy. 52 Kiln. 5'i Pertaining to a lobe. 58 Baby carriage. 60 Thc Gregorian calendar is in use. 1SX4 Chevrolet Today ........ : ............ 1.910 O?ds-mcb;lc Sedan. Largo Radio. heater, low mileage Only ...... . ............... —WE TJIADE— Kasy O.SI-A.C. Payment ri Open Nights* and Sundays TQM LITTLE CHEVROLET Phone 633 61 Pope . introduced thc corrected calendar in 1582. VERTICAL 2 Constellation. 3 Loiters. •5 To correct. 5 To fare. 6Kava. 7 Tumbling pigeon. 8 Measure. 9 Rail truck. 10 Cow-headed goddess. 11 Devoured. 14 Musical note. 16 English people adopted thc Gregorian calendar in 1752. 17 Sardonic. 19 College treasuries. 20 h;is an extra day in. Leap Year. 22Taro paste. 23 Blower. 25 King of beasts, 27 Mountain (abbr.). 28 Musical note. 29 List. 31 Girl. 33 Eskimo canoe. 35 Falsifier. 37 Notch. 39 Insect's scales. 44 To storm. 4 7 Male pig. •59Mnn T s reading room. 51 Opposed to con. 52 Giant king, 53 Northeast (abbr.). 55 Oil 56 August (abbr.). 57 Railroad (abbr.). 58 Portugal (abbr.). 59 Form of "I." U so was. one while satin, lace trimmed, and one blue crepo. Lost Monday Pit her on Mnin .street 01- on Fir.si. between Mnin iuui Ash. REWARD. Call 404 or 421. _______ Minnows tor Sale , Goldfish and Shines. :H)t) E. Main St. Phone 800. G. c. Hawks. 19-ck-l-19 ^Washing, Ironing J quilts or blankets jri.«0 Willie Bell Green, behind City lee Plani, H.W. 61 North. 9-ek-10-* Opportunity Sec the. Don Edwards ad on page 3 today for sale prices on all o"l'- : lice machines.. Murr tm d, f money in ALLEN'S OH und Coal Circulating HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRV HARDWARE CO. Wanted MOVING" We. move anybody, anywhere, .<;AM. itiKK riiiLurs AT mo 27-ck-J-27 Repairing •^pen. gun repairing. See E 1C. Oamon at the BlytbevJile Arm» .j-v on Wednesdays anrt Thursdayk Oyster Fishing Traced To Delaware Indians WILMINGTON. Del. < UP) -Qy- stei- fLshiny aloti» Dchiwarc bav has been traced to early Aniericnn Indians. Thc Indians siarlcd their ilsii- ;ing-in October and continued .ri'ur- nig the winter month* bwttusc they knew the oysters were best during the cold seasons. Thus thc Indians were the ori»- hwlors of tlic custom of eating oysters during the months with an "R" in them PlESCRJPtJOlS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Meet a real 100 per cent American soldier. He's Standing Bear, hereditary chieftain of thc Sioux Indians, whose father participated in the Custer massacre. Standing Bear is a corpora] in the 163rd U. S. Infantry, which is composed almost exclusively oC men of Indian blood. \ FRECKLES AND HIS FKTENDS DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man- KOYAL. SRHTM CORONA. A>3D REMINGTON PORTAIJUS TYPEWRITERS OLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE .U (Ever y Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) (.'(M>d - Clean - Coal We. IMIvcr |(](J Ibs. or All Coal by Kail Phone 83 COMPLETE LINE OF Call 16 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOKI. K.R. and Ash Sts ' The "hcaiVoi ; a normal • adult - The lal ' gest ^^ - --,-, pumps about bne gallon of'blood ?^ *t. ^i-^ 1 . 80 '. 0 ? 0 . tim ^ - lar ^ er fi minute." SAVE4i'.,-6ai car (TrtrwthyJ JOYNER OIL CO. C. 8. Hlfhwmy «1, Nortk — 24-Hwir FOR SALE Uav« nice 4-room cottage on Franklin St. $«50 cash. THOMAS LAND CO. II. C. Campbell, Salesman "•""••••'••^^ Farmers Opportunity We make concrete pipe to replace y«»r wooden - Bridges. All siws. Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 ». S. Lancy Ed Wiseman Ark. Dr. Saliba's Clinic EYE.. EAR, NOSE and THROAT 128 E. Kentucky Avc., C«»r n er Franklin & Kentucky GLASSES FITTED . A SalUm, M.O, M.E, I'h.G. Ol«ce>hone 418. R«. 410 BAD COLDS, FLU, SINUSITIS U n me , n^ • V CC ,! ind VUullty is "WwlblcToi- frequent colds, nv h T- 110 ' 1 "; 0s """P !llhl « «Uu*tlcc treatmenus assist Phyfiotoycnl forcc.s O f the body regain its lost resist> f y> , A "° |7n!VcnLs complications incident to all* Inct<!C J c ° mmou cokls - ^ 'relieving- congested hyper- i 01 "r? , rcs l' lralw y lnicl - tense, congested and ^ ^ ' aCC ? in thc enrli ' st ^ cs - «>Wa and flu or checked nt their inception. f Clinic DRS. N1ES & HIES BlyUiovl lie, /Vrk. L'hona OH Sit--n;iis Ov<;r BY MERRILL TiLOSSEM SOMETHING TELLING ^AE THIS ARE war RIGHT MOMENT.' X BETTHR TURNING ON Liewr QUtCKLV / FRECKLES. 'I DIDN'T KNOW you CARED./ H He Onl THE WVTH IT. you .FOOLS: > BY ROT CRAMS THEY'RE MOVJJ06 OUT.' I'D BETTER TELL VICKIJ ! LITTLE 3X3ES-EASV REALIZE THAT VICKl rS IU THE TRUNK !J RED RYDER BETCHUIA BAT3 TRY NiOT FAR. AWAY NEITHER. LOOKUP CUFFS ^^^K.E CITY OF GOUT) BOOTS AND HER B-jDD"fES By EDGAR MARTIN ( ATTABOY MOW 'EM OOWM ^f%^ CQPR. wiay NEA SEfiviccV'tNcT'M.REcT ALLEY OOP WhaCs the Next Move'.' -. O.O.B--THAT'S IT'S A NOTE ^ EOOM.' I'D KNOW ALL RIGHT. .'J THAT WRIT1MG LOOK AT 4 ANVWHERE / : THIS/ WELL, MR. G-MAN, THERE'S . AM' -SO WHAT? WELL, MOW ( I'LL A WHATCHA BE...// GOMMA-DO ABCXJT IT? LOOK: A WREMCH WRAPPED PAPER-IT MOST BE A NOTE/ CLEOPATRA'S EGVPT iSM'T

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