The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1941 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, .JANUARY 18, 1941 ("TORI SALE BLTrHEVlLLE (ARK.Y COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION i Daily rule per line for consecu- Uve insertions: One time \m line lOo Two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day..OCc Six times per line per day..". ..05c Mouth rate per line 60c Card of Thanks 50c & 75c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times and .stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. ,AH 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, for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Sawdust blower. 3. A. Bagc. Manila, Arkansas, . 9-pk-2-9 35 ...tons good alfalfa hay. Inquire Pickard's Grocery. Call 1133. ••: H-ck-21 Highly desii-able medium size farm home, 30 acre.s. 2 miles from Steele. Mo. More than 'bale-to- acre land. Gravel road. Up-to-date new home. Asbestos siding, electric lights. Large new barn.. More than $2,000 new improvements. On hand approximately 700 'bales alfalfa — 450 bushels corn—implements and mules. Walk out for cash, quick .sale. Worth the money. Ownqr in, bad health. P. o. Box 21, Steels.' Missouri. FOR SALE—Hay' and corn. Wiley . Smith, Burdette, Arkansas. • ' J9-pk-l-lS Good work mules., Cash or terms. Cash or terms. See Floyd Simpson, Manila, Arkansas. * 3-ck-tf Beautyrest Mattresses. Private entrance and close in. Phone 940-W after 5:30. 18-ck-ti Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLBNS WELDING r N in e. and heavy weld specialty. Barksdaie Mfg. Co, t f hone-19 or Kcs. 101D Exp«rtT*Electric'and Acetylene-,WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening D. W. CRANFORO L o a n s SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value ALSO: Unredeemed merchandise at bargain prices. EAST MAIN LOAN CO. 306 E. Main St. ' r ' 9-ck-2-9 Poultry Baby Chicks Custom Hatching Marilyn, Hatchery Phone 742. Blytheville l6-pk-2-U> JNotice \vhrn you can buy \ve)l imprnvrd farms with a ' small r pnymrnl .and get iinmediato 2 5 Giant 1 king, pofsessjon. McFaw Land Co.. Dex- 26 Toilet case. l7-ck-3l 28 Weeps. 30 Sun-god. 3.1 A leaking. 35 Fiber, knots. 11 yo\i iiavr sfivrr«! rent houses for ."nle we HolJi.son and Cagle :U once. I.U.. No. Second. Phone !1!L^__.__;- L 5 ± fc -« 36Me7^ MOVING &.D.RAYAfiE ,r.£ £ avea ; ANYJVHERB,. ANYTIM15 'oContefof \Vc take fiirnitnrr For moving ; ^ Dee( j SANTA'S BACK AGAIN! IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT, LOOK AT THE USED CAR PRICES. 1939 FORD COUPE 19939 UODGE TOURING COACH 1910 FORD DELUXE TUDOR . 1939 MERCURY FORDOR §572 1937 CHEVROLET COACH $ 247 1910 FORD 85 TUDOR 1939 FORD GO TUDOR -SPECIAL, SPECIAL BARGAINS. '36 FORD PICK-UP ... '38 CHEVROLET SEDAN '36 DODGE TOURING SEDAN '... .$103 '35 CHEVROLET I'/, TON TRUCK.... .......Il2^ '37 FORD TUDOR . .. S177 Big Sale Starts Today, January I6(h, and Continues Fhrough the 25th. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 810-1122 Washing, Ironing * quilts or blankets....*!.* Willie Bell Green, behind City loe Plant, U.W. 61 North. 9-ck-l«-» Rough dry or finished. All clothes washed .separately. GIG So. Lake. 18-pk-25 HOLD EVERYTHING By Clyd* Lewit Personal Arouse ^fhiggftn Uver. work the bile to rid yourself of patlon, g»£ pains, and 'that *nr punk feeling. Tak« one box of KlRITFg ACTIVE LIVE* ram .* 75 .$ 50 Tires USED TIRES Repossessed <& Trade-Ins All Sizes 25c up SHOUSE-HENRY HDWK. CO. For Rent Two or three furnished apartments. 914 Heam. 20pk2-20 Three steam heated bedrooms. 3 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 17-ck-tf For Rent •* •" — __ Bedroom adjoining bath, men onlv. 613 Walnut. Phone 1031. !3-ck20 Furnished front bedroom. Next to bath 713 W. Main. Phone 988 ______ 2-ck-ti Modern 3 room unfurnished apartment. Good condition. Corner of Main and Second. Call F. Simon, Phone 764 or H7Q. 1-ck-tf 80 Acres of land to person needing , — learns and tools. See Ed B. Coo):.l Tw ° room furnished apartment. 106 South First. 17-ck-ti' ALso bedrooms. 100 W. Kentucky Call 1129. 3 room unfurnished apartment. With bath. 200 W. Kentucky. 17-pk-24 3 room house, So. 21st St. Eula Epperson, phone 25, evenings 293-J. 17-ck-tf Two 3-room apartments with baths. Newly decorated. Call G. Abraham. 816. ltf-ck-lf 3 Toonv .furnished apartment. Private 'bath. 110 W. Ash. Dosha " " ' 13-ck-20 ?. room furnished apartment, and bedrooms, 713 Chickasawba. Telephone 592-W. Mrs. E. M. Eaton. 13-ck-20 Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Comer Chickasawba and loth. Phone aumber 1. 23-ck-tl 3 room tjnfurnished apartmenc. Phone 327 or night. 55. 13-ck-tf One light housekeeping room. One bedroom for two. Cheap. Close 31-pk-l-31 Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Itlytheville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates '- - $25.00 (ii.xtractiojis Included) mi »Y NIA SHVtCt. INC. T. M. MO. U. $. PAT. Oft Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over JM IMUM** Phone 540 PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores "I kiiow it's after laps, sir, but I eamouilayal niv today and now 1 can't, (hid ilK icnl DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL. SMJTFl CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTAt3bli i TYPEWRITT5RS *' GLENCOE HOTET* BUILDING PHONK Ml (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) ._ y— Try Our Uarbccuc RIBS They're Delidou* Ole Hickory Inn SAVE 4i Of CM—Tmnk rm c on . every Tank car to your «*r. (Tetraethyl Gu) JOYNER OIL CO. V. S. Highway 61, North 24- How COMPLETE: LINE OF ' OFFICE SUPPLIES Cull in DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORK U.It, stiu! Ash St«. Read Courier News want ads, WANTED 1940-41 Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEBAUM BLYTHBVILLE, ARK. Phone l«7—LD 19 107 So. 2nd St. FOR SALE , 6 room bungalow E. Ky. Ave. Corner lot loo feet frontage. A Wg; -bargain at .$1900.00. ; '' THOMAS LAND CO. H. C. Campbell, Salesman Internal Hemorrhoids & Symptoms hHern.il humorrhoids that do not protrude are oftehtltnoK »n illusive ailment since, they arc usually not painful Thev »rc frequently -the basic cnu.se of much vftrtcx sutfeiW , e ol Uic. most- common comllUoiis thuL-nro caused more £f M CC i <V y In , t ? nml Hem °rrholcls u well as other nl pathology arc: high blood pressure, 'digestive disturbances. extreme nervousness, dull Unv-bnckache, 'back ot thlfih-s ache, insomnltt (sleeplessness* and constipation. -s lolly and dunscrous to defer or iieftlcct examination and l.n-iUmont Uinl, will relieve and cur.;' this ailment, DRS. NIKS & NIES BlytiieviUe, Ark. Clink- 5H Main Tel. 9U Bedroom convenient to bath. Steam heat. Phone 230. ' 27-ck-tl Desirable bedroom. (,\vin beds. Men Preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 102. 24-ck-tf 3 room unfurnished apartment. Private bath. Call 728. 508 W. Chickasawba. 13-ck-tf Available SOGU--wo-room office suite, windows jn Main, street, Sudbury Bldg.. Phone No. One. Salesmen Wanted SALESMAN WANTED —The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has an opening in Mississippi County for a mail subscription representative. Must have good references, be n resident, own a car, and give full time to the work.of selling mail subscriptions to rural route patrons. Commission and car ailow- - > r . ^. w .._ ancc paid. Address Mail SubscrSp- in. Water and lights'furnished. 115 lion Division. St. Louis Post-Di.s- East Walnut. patch, St. Louis, Missouri. HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured artist "H SiUy. ISGolHeachcr. 16 Savor. 17 Frees. 18 Self. 19 To prepare for printing. 20 Food container 21'Tendency. 23 Eccentric wheel. Answer to Previous Puzzle (abbr.). VERTICAL 50 Kind of grass. 13.1416. 52 Musical instrument. 53 Crinkled fabric. • r )7 Orient. 59 Destiny. CO Anesthetic. <31 Bones, officer. 13 Senior (abbr.). 20 Characteristic of his - pictures are rich, dark —— 21 Tow boat. 22 To fare. 24 He is rated as an "Old . „ »» 26 Pieced out. 27 Candle. 29 Heavenly body. 32 Black bird. 34 Coin. 38 Kettledrum. 39 Dullards. 41 To dismiss. 44 Train bed. 47 To love excessively. 48 To think. KING & RKPAIRINK S TA eCl r ( ? br °- C2 He - Was WE FIX ANYTHING ^3 To ^polish. i\]] Work Guaranteed Rlylheviilc Furniture Co. 5 K. Main Phone J19S - -•--*• by birth. 45Hotir (abbr.)- 63 This 46 To total. Jived from o . t 49 New England 1577 to 1640. 12 Public' 2 To fill with rage. 3 Tinfoil. .4 Finish. 5 Tiling. 6 Apish actions, 50 Laborer." 7 To impel. 51 Hops kiln. 8 Diving b:rds. 52 Away. 9 To employ. 54 Exclamation 10 Evil. 55 vim. Jl Long poem. 56 Epoch. 58 Sailor. Wanted • rerson with some .experience in leasing land. Wjite P. o. Box •16-4, Olney. Illinois. l7-pk-20 Good used car and electric refrigerator. Call 274-W. ' -17-ck-tf MOVING U'r n>ovc anybody, anytime. A.U. BIKE AT 610 Minnows lor Sale Goldfish and'Shin e r.s. :joO E. Main St. Phone 800. G.' C. Hawks. ____^^ J8-ck-2-J8 0|)|3o.ri;uuity Sec your McFaw Land Company Agent. Dexter, Mo., for REAL FARM BUYS. 17-ck-31 BY V. T. HAMLIJN WOW YOUR. ANSWER CpUICKLY THOU LCVXTH TO PART WITH THE JEWELED GIR.DLE IS THERE MOT SOME OTHER WAV THAT 7 GREAT ISIS/ MARC ANTON// f DESTEUCTIOM OWE FIFTIETH OF A SECONJE? HAS ELAR YESTERDAY'S HRR BUDDIES BY KDfiAR MARTIJN WASH TUBHS BY ROY CRANK TWE 5\BOTEU« ARE ABOUT TO WAKE THEIR <SETAWAVTHPU AW UWDEP6ROUMO PA--S6A6E: BRAVJO iED. 1 LI IMHAVE . . CPAWl WTO THIS HOLE, LIEUTEMAVJT. THEM THERE WAS-AWTPV THERE.'WHAT HAPPEWED WUALL WOULD V3U RATHEP. fiNE UP, OR -SWALL i ST^RT SHOOT1N6 Walking on BY MERRILL BLOSSKK /OU'O BETTER. WAVE YOUR. BREAKFAST BEFORE YOU LFAVF FOR SCHOOL. SON ' HAVE excuse WRITTEN . E-YTHE OOVERNisAEMT/ L THINK rAv EH LIST- PAPERS WILL- DO THE TfefCK / IN WHICH CASH, J. 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