The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1941 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 6, 1941
Page 7
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MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1941 .BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN TOR SALE A Qtij's Wants Classified for Yojur Benefit EJJ 63 — ' — > •—• - — •--• CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Welding An Italian in Greece Dally rate per TUP* tor consecutive insertions; One time -per line ............. lOc two times per line per day — 03c Three times per line per day.. One S;:c times per line pe/ day.....05c Month rate per line ............ 60c Card of Thanks ........ 50c & 750 Minimum charge OOc. Ads ordered for three or six times tnd 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 resmtag out- lide of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be. easi- i, 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 inser- iion of any classified ad. USED CARS and TRUCKS EXPERT ELECTRIC £ ACF/m,ENK It's No Racket as Mary Knits Trade Now Motor Co. for W54 at Phillips a Hotter Car! 3940 Ford DeLuve 'Coupe. Equipped* with radio, heater & w.s.w. tirss. Black finish like new. See this car todav. Price onl ie <£C71 IV $3* A 1939 Ford DeLuxe Tudor. Lo\v mileage, motor & tires in excellent condition. Clean throughout. Only I93G Plymouth Coach. New black finish, tires & mo<-oi A-l. Drive this car home for onlv j L) r v K '' " « ^nd heavy welding j -specialty-. - iarksdale Mfg. Co. lM:onc 19 or lies. 1019 KvjH'rl Electric ami Acetylen* WELDING Fender and Body Work and l,awn M >wer Shiirpeniiic i W. CRANFORB Dell. Ark. Wanted $178 For Rent Nice room in North 6th. '- private home. J 1939 Mercury Fcrdc»r .Sedan. Beau• • j tifrl maroon finish, motor .in ex- 31o i cotlcnl condition. A car that will Nicely located 2 \room -furnished apartment. Automatic hot water heat. Call 727. 719 W. Ash. 6ck-lo 3 "room furnished apartment. Thomas Land Co. Call 527 or 924. . - . 6-ck-13 One light housekeeping room. bedroom for itwo. Cheap. Close in. Water and lights furnished. 115 East Walnuk '2 furnished rooms. Private entrance. Lights and water, bath. ^3.50 week. 1117 Holly street. «v • - ' . -' 3-pk-'/ suit the fatnily entire Frlermnn 1M4. with car ai once. Phone fi-pk-10 MOVING We- move anybody, anywhere. anytime. CAM. BIKE inilMJPS AT G10 27-ck-l-27 !?3S) Decide Touring Deluxe Coach. Beiye color, radio & heater equipped. In A-l condition &AQ throughout. Price only.... Found Ford DcLuxe 1940 Model .Tudor. Black co?or. with white s.w. tires low mileage; see & drive this car today $598 Female red Inquire at" Chow. Owner pleas? Courier News Office. Position Wanted 19.'jy Price only —TRUCKS— International Slake Pick-up $378 "r Single bedroom for gentleman. Pri- •vate entrance. Private bath, shower. 1103 Holly. Tel. 984. 3-ck-7 My five room brick home, 3 miles 'south on H. W. 61. Furnished. Phone 19-F-4. 2-ck-3 Modern furnished apartment. Automatic hot water. Phone 32 or 106. G. P. Smith. 2-ck-'/ Furnished front bedroom. Next to bath. 713 W. Main. Phone 938. • . ••' . 2-ck-tf Modern 3 room, unfurnished apartment. Good condition. Corner of Main and Second. Call F. Simon Phone 764 or 1170. 1-ck-tf Two v room furnished apartment Also bedrooms. 100 W. Kentucky. Call '1129. I .• 31-pk-l-31i 1936 Ford Only.... Pickup 194C Ford Pick-up. Driven only 9,000 miles. 1938 Chevrolet "ri Ton Pick-up. A bargain at this price PHILLIPS Phones 810. 811. 1122 -' W. II. Burton, Vsed Car Msrr. ** -Notice Will do any kind of housework. Experienced. 101 E. Sycamore. 3-pk-8 Minnows tor Sale Goldfish and Shin e rs. 300 E. Main St. Phone 800. G. C. Hawks. ' : 19-ck-l-19 Washing, Ironing College Worker* Statistics show that 50 per cent of the male students and' 25 per cent of the female student^ of American colleges are wording i heir way through school. Variable Sk-ej,:a^ Habits Birds sleep in ft great'; many Wert Optometrist 'HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Oter JM I«Mca' Phone 540 |c on I every r*r to yt -Tank (Tetrjw-tJiyl JOYNER OIL CO. C. S. Hifhway €1, North — 24-Hour Mb r «wr. COMPLETE LINE OK OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 16 DELTA' OFFICE SUPPLY STOIC* 1C. II. ami Ash Stv ways. Some sleep on" the water, some .standing up, and some sleep hanging by their claWs, using their stiff tails as a brace. l ' ' London expends $350,000 a day for its transportation' .facilities, in normal times. Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're Delta fouit Ole Hickory Inn PRESCRIPTIONS Frtshesit S?oH tefHi Ke*»1 Pricey Oru? Stores KOR SALE G ruoin bungalow E. Ky. Ave- Corner lot 100" feet .frontage.'A t.lK bargain at $19(10.00. THOMAS LAIS 7 D CO. II. C, Campbell. Salesman 1 quilts or blankets... .$1.00 Willie Bell Green, behind City Ic* Plant. H.W. 61 North. 9-ck-10-9 Store" bunding,-""; Main Phone 329^ •'•" , :. and Lake. 31-ck-fcf. 2 room ."". "fnrnlslied apartment. Lights, arid water 'furnished. Reasonable. 1601 W. Ash. 30-ck-ti Bearoom convenient to bath. Steam heat. Phone 280. 27-ck-n Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phon. 102. ' 24-ck-fc: Two, 2 -room furnished apartment? 615 Chickasawba. 23-ck-tJ iVIon 1 lr«>r tbc - m'prtey itij ALLEN'S Oil and Coal Circulating HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARDWARE CO. That's no. theatrical costume on the warrior at the right. A member of the crack .Greek Evzone troops, he's questioning a captured Italian soldier at a prison camp, in Greece. Judging by the prisoner's smile, he's happy that the war's over for him. Mary Hardwiclc, England's No. I .woman tennis player, knits sweaters for Britain in spuro moments us she prepares for her professional debut with Alice Marble. More than 1000 kinds of yto.r Italics are known to mankind. Internal Hemorrhoids & Symptoms Internal hemorrhoids that do not protrude are oftentimes an Illusive ailment since they are usually not painful. They arc frequently the basic of much reflex suffering.; Some of the most common conditions that arc"'caused'more or less directly by Intcmnl Hemorrhoids as well as other rectal pathology'lire: high blood pressure, digestive disturbances, extreme nervousness, dull low-backache, back ot thighs ncho, In.somnln ^sleeplessness) and constipation. It is folly and dangerous to dofcr or neglect'examination :iiul tr'ealment that will relieve and cure this ailment. DRS. N1ES & N1ES Blylhevtlltt. Ark. ..-Clinic 5M Main Tel. 98 Personal 2 room furnished W. Main. apartment. 70' 23-ck-tf 3 room fuornishea aparLment. Private bath. Desirable locatioi Phone 280. 14-ck-ti Large bedroom. Twin beds. Stean heat. Men preferred. Corne Chickasawba and 10th. Phont number 1. 23-ck-tJ Available SOCL • - r .wo-rcom - ; offict suite, windows m Main streel Sudbury Bldg. Phone No. One Arouse . Siugglsb Liver. ,woric off ne, bile to rid joursaif of conitt- lation, gas pains, ami that junk feellne. Take one box of "' ACTIVE LTVEK SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CONNECTICUT. COUNTY OF HARTFORD. THE 3rd'DAY O1 JANUARY, 1941. Grace T. Haworth vs. . • .' . • • Lucian P. Ba worth. SECOND ORDER OF NOTICE Upon ccmplaint in said cause brought, to said Court, at Hartford, in said County, on the first Tuesday of December, 1940. and now pending, claiming a divorce, _5t nol ..appearing to this Court' ;; that the defendant has' received notice the pendency of said complain! and it appearing to this Court thai the whereabouts of the defendant is unknown to the plaintiff. Ordered, that notice of the institution and pendency of said complaint shall be given .the defendant- by publishing this order in Courier News, a newspaper published in Blytheville, Arkansas once a week, for two successive weeks, commencing on or before January 27. 1941. By the Court,' Robert L. A-llyu Clerk of Said Court. Assistant. 6-13 SCHOOLMAN Answer to Previous Puzzle For Sale Restauiant. complete with fixtures. Feapcnabie. Plasa Grill. 110 E Main. . 6-pk-10 FOR .SALP—Hay and corn. Wiley Smith. Burdette. Arkansas. Good work mules. Cash or terms. Cash or terms. See Floyd Simpson, Manila. Arkansas. . 3-ck-tf 65 Acres near Rives. Mo. S3.000 rash or on terms. . 80 cash Acres near Haytt. Mo. and terms. Pari 120 Acres cAit-over west o ti. Mo.. : h mile otl gravel. Can b^ Iiad for $30.00 per acre. Part cash. Several other Blytheville. tracts south of HORIZONTAL 1,6 Famous American. 9 Tunnel. 10 Boat deck. 12 Poem. 13 Instrument. 14 100 square meters. 15 To make thread. 16 Preposition. 17 To- eat sparingly. 18 Cuckoo. 1 19 Fortune. 22 He was a most 36 Butter lump, important 37 Compassion, children's 33 Mineral . spring. 27 Wanders. 40 Backs ot 28 Vulgar fellow. necks. 29 To make 43 Row of a amends. • series. 30 Species. 44 Dreg?. 31 Remote. ; 45 Regrets. 32 Slackened.' 46 Queen of, 33 Mine shaft heaven, hut. 47 Rowing tool. 34 Legal rule. 48 He -^— the 35 Fragrant 31 Death notice. 14 He was a noted ——- of last century. 15 Roosts. 16 God of sky. 17 Stops up. 18 To totaL 20 Song for one. 21 To seize. 22 Organ of hearing. 23 Particle. 24 To pull. 25 Single thing. £6 Larvae. schools. I \ 28 Raven's cry- 49 He worked for 31 Obese. ointment. curriculum of primary free • schools. VERTICAL \ Laughter sound. 2 Smell. 3 Drive. 4 Chewed. 5 Epic. 6 Lunar orb. 7 To mock. 8 Quality of 32 Despotic subordinate official. 34 Rope. 35 Coffin frame. 36 Nobleman. 37 Party-colored 38 Wax stamp. 39 Fairy- 41 Weapon. 42 Little dog. 43 Definite article. being nautical 44 Tennis stroke. ROLUSON & CAGLE. Inc. 2-ck-tf Lost Large English Bulldog. White and yellow. Bob tail. REWARD. Phone 990-W. . 6-pk-10 2 gowns, one white satin, lace trimmed, and one blue crepe. Lost Monday either on Main nreet or on First between Main and Ash. REWARD. Call 104 or 421. 31-ck-7 For Sale or Rent SOQ 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 of .stock from October to March, in- f#- elusive, at $2 head per month. ' Other $ mouths, at .SI head: per month.. 'See,'Frank. Laiie. /Phone 331, Paragould, Ark. ,. 12 : pk 1-12 WASH TUBES ROY CRANK Kaav's Not UQVJ VQU MAY REMOVE THE 6A<3 FROM OUR CHARKMWS <3U&ST MAYBE YOU POW'T \ UAJW.WAWJ HE ce^uit YOURS X A\WT UKEWTO B13 BOX WITH EASV \BUST IW THESE PERHAPS SOU WOULD UK6 TO HELP TRUMK \MS\DE. ALLEY OOP MOT POSSIBLE... 1 CANi UNDER STAND EVERV \AORD 6. OSCAR, BQOtf, HIDDEN HIS EMTERS THE CAPITAL. OF CLEOPATRA EGYPT, DISGUISED AS A NATIVE. NAVAL. DISASTER.. ANTONV JUMPED EH?? WELL. I'LL. ALEX^sMDRJA WOULDN'T BE SREAT \F ONLV1 COULD UNDERSTAND THIS ANCIENT B3VPTIAM CL.EOPATRAJS AH THINK IT'S ALL TOO WONDAMFUL ,' THE SQUARE OF THE OF A IS EQUAL TO THE SUM OF. "TWE SQUARES or THE OPPOSITE TWO SIDES -OF COURSE",'FILING ISMT LIKE IT USED ID BE —— A F6LLQW HAS TO KNOW DVMAMICS, PWYSICS, AMD STUFF ' .LIKE THAT/ THERE ARE A MILUON THINGS YOU HAVE KWOW / NtJU CANT JUST "GUESS ABOUT AMYTHIM6/ FRED HA KM A> Coinir T)o\vn RED RYDER -' A»-i ANCIENT V^ELL. THE PROFESSOR-PLUNGES \Ni-ro THE. VJELU ££» THE ECHOES CRACK. THE RED RYDER 10 CRACKS THE OF EDGAR MARTIN

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