The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1941 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JANUARY g, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE. SEVEN For Sale or Rent CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION ! Dally race per ittie nor coosecu-i cive insertions: ! One time per line lOc 08c Ofk two times per line per day.. • Three times per line per day Six times per line per day 05c Month rate per line 60c Card of Thanks 50c & 75c Minimum charge tiOc. Ads ordered for cliree or six times »nd slopped before expiration wiH be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified • Advertising copy submitted by persona residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table Lr> Advertising ordered for irregular *• fcfcertions takes the one tune rate No responsibility will be taken /or more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. EVERYBODY'S SHOUTING BARGAINS AT PHILLIPS ig Used Car Sale A few of our Many Bargains 1937 CHEVROLET COACH 1939 DODGE TOURING 2-DOOR SEDAN 1935 FORD COUPE .. . 3940 FORD DELUXE TUDOR Jersey coxv. with yoiing calf. Also, sawdust blower. J. A. Bage, Manila, Arkansas. 9-pk-2-0 FOR SALE, close in, residence of 8 rooms and bath, also small house on lot that rents at S8.00. This home is suited lor rooming or boarding house. Price $3000, $300 cash and $30.00 month, including interest, taxes and insurance. Possession al once. Thomas Land Company. 9-ck-13 Bird dogs, 2 and 3 year olds. Must : do it ajl. Mid-season prices. Fred Boren, Dell. Arkansas. 7-pk-l4. 1936 DODGE TOURING SEDAN 1939 MERCURY DELUXE SEDAN i ; 1939 FORD iTUDOR $248 $444 $115 $597 3 . $134 .$562 1940 FORD CONVERT- <fc£/lb IBLE CLUB COUPE.... tfO^O 2 room apartment. Private both, Phone- 866. G2i Walnut. Betel C 2 un'furnish'ed rooms for rent, ' 890. 9-pkrU. Two room furnished apartment. Lights, water and phone furnished. Private entrance. Screened bnck porch. 2 closets. 710 So. Lilly. Phone 1175. 9-ck-lG 2 furnished rooms. Mrs. J. c. Cri^ ner. 127 Dugan. 8-ck-tfJ 300 Aero Stock farm, 10 miles west of Pamgould. Will rent for $1500 A year or will soil at ?15 an acre ur will take care of 150 hend o; stock from October to March, inclusive, at $2 head per month. Other i5 months at $1 hehd per hionih. See Frank Lane, Phone 331. Paragould, Ark, 12 pk 1-12 Wanted Siivel'e bedrcom for gentleman. Private entrance. Private bath, shower. 1103 Holly, phone 984. 8-ck-n '1 room furnishcc apartment. All conveniences. Adults only. 1519 \v. Ash. ' 7-ck-H Sharecropper family. Prefer 3 grown ones. T. v. Baugher near Dearnifm. 9-pk-14 •1 unfurnished apartments. Auto. ma tic hot water. Nice location, Fhcne 727. 719 \V. Ash. 7-ck-H Nice room in private home. 313 North fith. G-ck-if 3 room furnished apartment. Thomas Land Co. Call 527 or 924. G-ck-13 1937 FORD FORDOR Restaurant, complete with fixture? Reasonable. Plaza Grill, iio E ty'Main. G-pk-IO FOR SALE^-Hay arid corn. Wiley Smith. Burdette, Arkansas. 19-pk-1-19 Good work mules. Cash or terms. Cash or terms. See Floyd Simpson, Manila. Arkansas. " 3-ck^tf G5 Acres hear Rives, Mo. $3.000 cash or on terms. 80 Acres near Hayti, Mo. Part cash and terms. 120 Acres cut-over west, of Hayti. Mo., : )i mile off gravel. Can be had for S30.00 per acre. Part cash. Several other tracts south oi Blytheville. ROLLISON & CAGLE, Inc. , . . 2-ck-tf Welding EXPERT J ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING Dragline and heavy welding a specialty. Mfg. Co Phone 19 or Res. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDlNi Fender and Body Work and Lawn Miwer Sharpehins D. W. CRANFORL Defi, Ark. I Strayed or Stolen l VvhKc ,Jacb Hertford heifer, , weight. TOO pounds. Liberal reward. Highfill-Doan Mule Co. 9 ck 13 1939 HUDSON 91 COUPE 103G PLYMOUTH COACH $289 $399 $144 by or Call Us for ;\ Demonstration One light housekeeping room'. One bedroom for two. Cheap. Close in. Water and lights furnished. 115 East Walnut. Furnished front bedroom. Next to bath. 713 W. Main. Phone 988. 2-ck-tf PHILLIPS USED OAR LOT Phones 810. 811. 1122 W. II. Burion, TJscti Car IVI^r. Modern 3 room unfurnished apartment, Good condition. Corner of Main and Second. Call F. Simon. Phone 764 or 1170. 1-ck-tf Two room furnished apartment Also .bedrooms. 100 W. Kentucky Call 1129. 31-pk-l-31 Store building. Main and Lake Phone 329. 31-ck-tf. 2 .room furnLsned apartment. Lights and water furnished. Reasonable. 1601. W. Ash. 30-ck-tl Salesman with car at once. Phono 1144. G-pk-10 MOVING We move anybody, anywhere, iinylrtne. CAM, HIKE PHILLIPS AT 610 27-ck-l-27 » bay man? mule. 1 .sorrell horse mulo. i bkick mure mule, white nc.se. 1 sorrell horse. 1 bny horse. S. R. Schultz. or notify Lex Chnin- blin. Tom Little Chevrolet Co. 7-pk-M Largo English Bulldog. White nnd yellow. Bob tail. REWARD. Phone 990-w. G-pk-10 Farm Land for Sale 80 CHOICE ACRES W. i\L BURNS, Realtor. Two miles N. E. from Hives, proposed gravel rend. 3/4 mile to gin and hard roart. Two housed, 22 acres in cultivation. A real bargain at $37.nfl per acre. See ns for i.ahds. Notice j Bedroom convenient to-batli. Steaiv. heat. Phone 230. 27-ck-ti Morp tor the money in ALLEN'S Oil and Lnal Circulating HEATERS SHOUSE-HENRY HARD WAKE CO. L 0 a il S SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value Unredeemed, merchandise at bstrfain prices. " EAST MAIN LOAN CO. 30(> E. Main St. . 9-ck-2-9 Wanted to Buy •Second hand bath tub and laundry stove. Call 527. 9-ck-13 Fouiid r emale red Chow. Owner pleass inquire; at Courier News Office. Desirable bedroom. t\vin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. . 24-ck-ti Two. 2-room furnished apartments. 615 Chickasawba. 23-ck-U 2 room furnished apartment. 70;; W. Main. 23-ck-ti 3 room fuornished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location Pli'one 260. 14-ck-ti Large bedroom. Twin beds. Stean heat. Men preferred. Corne .Chickasawba and 10th. Phoni /number 1. 23-ck-ti Available socli--Uvo-roOm offici '_ suite, windows .on Main street Sudbury Bldg. Phoie No. One. Persbnai Wisdom With Youth According to statistics, younger STORIES IN STAMPS Washing, Ironing; •!>*• or blankets.... Sl.«0 Bell Grten, behind City let Want, U.W. 61 North. 9-ck-W-» Ali.*tt( Comets .Comets nre sbml-solid bodies with long tnlls, which come into the solar sytuem from viust dis- Lyrebird Dances, Sings, But Refuses to Work -AUSTRALIA'S lyrebird, plc- - lured on the stamp above, it; 6no of nature's playboys. The male is noted for his mating dnnco, rarely observed by humans, for his excellent voice, which am be heard a quarter of a mile, and for his brilliant plumage, resembling an ancient musical instrument, but he lets his mate do all the work. The less attractive female builds the nejit, hatches the ejjg and feeds the chick durini.; (he weeks it remains in the nest, without any help from the father. The lyrebird's dance is performed in small circular, clearings, made by the bird, in areas well screened by ferns and trees. The dancing takes place during winter. Even a slight noise will halt the exhibition, performed solely to attract, the female. The male provides his own vocal accompaniment for his dance. He is an accomplished mimic, reproduces the songs of other birds as well as noise;; he hears about him, adds his own variations and melodies. The finished aria would try the power nnd range of any human opera star. sons of families arc bettor equipped with brains than older brothers. Cae.sar and Lincoln ure examples. CHRYSLERS and PLYMOUTH* AT CKBAKANCK SAl.K PRICES . tike nfew. liruntl •<nv tvbb'ftr. Aff-oohcHUrtiml. Kudlo. I <nv MiHcain'. Minnows jor Sale Goldfish nnd Shiners. 300 E. Main St. Fhone 800: G. C. Hawks. 'l9-ck-l-19 tancps in outer space. They arc viable only dnringi» short period. Wert Optometrist "HE MARKS 'EM Jo« IMW*' I'hone 540 t c on of CM—Tftnk cnr to 'yonr «»r. fTfetrarthyl OM) JTOYNKR OIL CO. C. 8. HJifhwajr fil, North i. i ' 24-!lour " Traveler 4-door si'diiu. Hutllo, I'rr i condition. t,o\v luilwigc. 'MO rLVMOUTH. Orltixi- .J-rfoor svtlhn clm'dttion nuurhzuilrnily. inlcrior c!c:m. l.'ow inHen^'. lf):{J) I'Ll'SlOUTli. Oduxc 4-ttoor secV.in. Itudlo anrt ')raU» r . I;ooks iuul runs like now Low SEK THJCSK CAttS I .... G AN AlJTOMOmUi! 121 \V. Ash M) aii IJNE OK OFFICE SUPPLIES Call in DELTA PICE SUPPLY S'i'OKE ll.U. »n<! Ash sis. Tea Experts The U, S. board of -tea experts consists of seven men, who, by tasting hundreds of samples, dictate the quality of the 20,000,000,000 cups of tea drunk annually in, this country. Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're Delicious Ole Hickory Inn PRESCRIPTIONS Fresheat Guaranteed FJosf K?rfey Drue Stores RALE fi roon> bung-jiJou' E. Ky. Ave. Corner lot 100 Icct frontage. A ^K ''-urRaln at S1900.00. THOMAS..LAND CO. II. C. Cninpiiell. Salcsnuin Internal Hemorrhoids & Symptoms inicfiml hcmorrhottls (hat do not protrude arc oftentimes an Jliiislve allnujnt since, they i\ra usiu,lly not painful The\ ure frfiqucntly the Ijuslc cause of much reflex sutteriny conic ot the most common condition^ that are caused more or less directly by interim! Hemorrhoids ns well as other ix-ctal puihology arc: high blood pressure, digestive disturbances, nxtrome htrvousncss. dull 3nw-bnckache back ot -i? l l f '-};' , ln ; somni » 'sleeplessness) and constipation. U Is loHy and dangerous--to- defer or ncglccL examination nnri troni, mi 'nt Ihnt will relieve nnd cure this ailment. DRS. N1ES & N1ES ; : . Ai'k. .; Clmtc. 511 Main Arouse Si^gfiiq ^Jv«r, work oC t&e bBe to rid yburBBlf of pbnsti- pktibn, ga£ pahis. itfui thai ibui puiak feeling. '1M* one bbx oi ACTIVE LIVE* PILLS MAP PUZZLE These Quality Oar Muse Be Seen to Appreciated HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured South Am'eri- , can, republic. 7 its language. 13 Its monetary ' Answer to Previous Puzzle* 3940 Chevrolet Special Town Sedan ...... 1940 Ford, V-8 Tudor Only 1040 Plymouth town Redan for :3?9 Chevrolet Spori Sedan. Bargain 1939 Chevrolet Town '* Sedfin. '938 Ford V-8 Tudor. A st ea 1 a ( .'.... 5937 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe. Only 3936 DeSoto 4-Door Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Coach. A real buy $639 $599 $609 . $48S $479 ..$345 .$279 $139 .. $145 14 Marriage portion .16 Notion. 17 Joined. 18 Keione. 19 To drag along. 20 Invitation. . 21 Stretching device for fabrics. 23 Resinous -substance. 25 Right (abbr.). 26 Subsisted. 27 Modern. 29 African tribe. 30 Neck scarf. 32 Poisonous 1 snake, 33 Sheerer. 35 Melody. 37 Unit. 38 In reality. 40 Chains of . rocks in water. 42 Long Island (abbr.), 43 Upto. 44 While.- 45 Having edges. 48 Heavenly body. 51 On the lee. 53 Hummock. ' 55 Sound o£ sorro\v. 56 To make corrections. 61 Region. 62 Its capital city. 63 Caustic. VERTICAL 1 Above. 2 Relaxes. 3 Consumed. 4 Obtained. 5 Entrances. 6 Formerly. .7 Dispatched. 8 To primp. 9 Insect's egg. 10 Heathen god. 11 Contents ot a sewer. 12 Laughter sound. 15 Customs. 20 It borders -^— on. the north and east 21 Repletion v 22 Corrections of wrongs. : •24 Embrace. 26 Had pn. : 28 Grape 31 Uncouth man. 34 Bom. 36 Bustle. - 39 Decorated rnetal. 41 It is a land of agriculturists or -—s. 46 College official 4.7 Exploit. 49 Pronominal word. 50 Emanation. 51 Old measure. 52 Coin. 54 To stroke. 57 Musical note. 58 Verbal termination. 59 Northeast (a'bbr.).' 60 To fare. 1930 Chevrolet Coach (f»Ofl Tor. 3>5U Ka-sy G.M.A.C. iPayment Plan Open Nights ant? Sundays TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 633 WE WILL JBEMOVE THE DOOR, MY LITTLE SPARROW. THEM WJE WILL WAKE FOR YOU A (SMUG PLA£E BESIDE THE JAMS AKib IT WILL VE LITTLE ET IM OTHER PEOPLE'S WAV AH -WHAT A PtTV VttUR WOT HERE TO 5HARE VOt.lR AJ.LEY OOP The Omiorluni OW! HE'S A DEMON f HIS BREATH OF FIRE WILTS MEN DOWN LIKE WEEPS 1 KNEW THIS CIGAR WASN'T So , BUT -L PIDM'T REALIZE IT WAS BAP.., I'p BEtTER SE MOVJKja ONU AND PROHTO' THAT'S THE: HUNCH,..irs^T NQW W ' PERFECT/ AT'LL SEE CLEOPATRA .AND HOW/ ATTENTION / COPft.'lP*V BY flf.f. SEHV1CE. IftC. T. M. RCa^U. 8. PfT. OFF. FRECKI.P.R N»» iif'sfnn SOUNDS- UKE A SQUADRON OF PLACES/ THEY SURE ARE MAK1W6 A RACKET / ' THEY COULD ALL BE LISTEN / DO VOU HEAR. SOMETHlKJG? U WOULD BE A PLEASURE PROTECTINKS A GIRL. You, JINNY / CH, AH GET SUCH A THRILL .' AH THIMk MEN AND AA/OMEM ARE BRAVER TMANi ANYBODY MEV/ER. TWOUGMT op rr TtMES AT PARTIES, BUT wey CMose 1 TKAT WAY SOMETHING A. JIWNV/ FAR W^^rr, f V ° ^' LOOK! THERE NIGHT FLYtNG, Fading S(reiij2;<h TO E RED RXDER: BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES

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