The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1941 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 29, 1941
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 29, BI/YTHEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'PAGE IwYour Benefit cffl ( ELL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecu- 'ive insertions: One time per line lOc Two times per line per clay 02c Three times per line per day..OCc Six times per line per day.... .oScj Month rate per line 60c! Card of Thanks 50c & 75c t Minimum charge 50c. j Ads ordered for three or six times] and stopped before expiration \vlllj be 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 lor irregular DRIVE A BETTER OAR THIS SPRING INSPECT Oim LAKGK STOCK OF USEO CARS For Sale Mair n<>!|) Wauled j Minnows for Sal Good 6 room house, extra lot. $&>i'; down. $12.54 per month. Tola! price 51450. Rolliscn and Cagk'.j 111 No. Second, phone 1128. 29dUl '1 350 acres. 1/4 down. This land! makes 2 bales of cotton per ncro.! 1 * ra * ll " *' U!! Has good Government allotment., A( h IT a Y y '40 Ford "85" Tudor. Equipped with heater. City driven, low mileage. Color black. Ch'an as a pin ,... $545 J 320 acres. $50 pel acre. 2 houses j and large barn. Good government allotment. 10 years to pay. 240 feres 6 miles Northwest ol Maiden. Missouri. All ready to go, Good government allotment. $5^ prr acre. 10 years 10 pay. KOI,USON & CAGU; 111 No. 2nd. Phone 1125 27-ck-ti' s-ykc/sf^ift ftfif A* J^A aift&udiu S?IB£» wi . If) «r lies. 1U1H Kltrdrir win! ONI. SALESMAN WAN'TKl) lAl-.uotdti.stt uixi Shiners. 300 E. Main 3Ji m.VlT.! \\ \\v pay you sub- St. Phono MO. G. C. Hawks. :l;i;u::i! sum ouirlnlil for complol- \ 18-ck-!i-18 r.°, inieii.Mve six-weeks sole.* ••-•• - -,....... purse ':<} consideration of nominal '' mii'tini of in our line. jfhis \:\ acMt! :i:n U> Jibernl commis- — " ~ ••-- - #U.IK- on md.'r.s for a Myplr build-; KOUND—Poiulw inrrl dog. Blythe- ir; (nviirrs 1 nrce.^iiy miirkclcci tori vlll ° rabies tsi(i Number 60. T. R. .1 uoni-uition by eld established p M"dolnh. Route 2. Ripply Jult dnall.s about \V/-v \ Y '] !<\ia\. Hox "V". Courier, WtlM.IJ Poultry Baby Chicks Custom Hutching Marilyn Hatchery Phone 742 Blytheville ;iir,l)fy. rcui>:rit N'C'tt.s. '39 Poiiliac Big 6 Coupe '39 Ford "60" s rakes the one time rare, i Tudor No responsibility will be taken $479 $425 GOOD ALFALFA HAY. Best, price Paul By rum. 24-ek-U and j»nd Lawn Mmver nm, rrsona for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. '39 Mercury Tudor Sedan, $5741 Vegetables—groceries—meats. Delivery. Best for less. Phone 234. ! Rite Price. 23-ck-2-23 Wauled lArousr Slti[;i.'.i.'.h I .Ivor, work o.T !(.lit; bile to rid yourself of coMMipn-. ! lion, uns )iain.s, and tlnH wur, Ipunk fcelini',, Take one box ol KIKUV'S \<"nvi; I>IVKK PILLS ' oi'fU.v cir tkinlc<'ls $J.OO .Willie JV«-ll Green, brliind City !r« ;i l lnnl, H.\V. (!1 Norlh. !)-eJ;-10-. f ) Courier Nnws wan I ad,s For Sale or Trade Nice shouts. W. W. Shaver. South RiulHvay (H. Read Courier Ntnvs want ads. For Rent i HO ForU ! Deluxe Turior i '38 Chevrolet Small hcuse on Holly, Phone Mrs j VVi u | Sternbei-R at 98-1 or see at 11031 t., n ji' |599jH_ou L __ L "" d or miire - v cusl) f on Hluhway 01. i' same. Tl)omn« 2!)-ck-J Ti ires • ~~-i Wanted 2 room furnished apartment. All i Master Coach.. conveniences. Adults only. 819 W.{ Ash. 29-ck-5' '36 l r <M'd Tudor '. Sawdust blower. J. A. Bage. Manila. ^OOQ'l Arkansas. 9-pk-2-f)| e ccttfige.'. iuid invest mriil >'. We huve buyers, and ome cusli • buyers. Thomu.s l-.'iixl Co. ' 29-c.k-l Cheap. . . Garage building. Sternberg location, Phone F. B. Joyner at 153. 29-ck-5, [Available soon — two-room office suite. Windows on Main street-, ISudbury Bldg. Phone No. One. 13 room furnished apartment. Close in. 212 So. Franklin. Phone 1115. 27-ck-tf [Six room house. 209 South Lake St. .Vacant Feb. 10th. Mrs Joe iMcFall, Wilson. Ark. 27-pk-30 Deluxe Sedan. Good work mules. Cash or terms J _ __ Cash or terms See Floyd Simp-1 ~~ nc ^o"iamilies To "live onlan^ ! son. Manila. Arkansas. 3-ck-ii | win gu . £ smnU ,,„,„, of m , p Gene Bradberry. ",^ miles South of 23-pk-30 USED TIRES ^ Tr.uU«-!ns All Sizes 25c up K-HKiNKY HOWI CO. rt»r*/»o T? • T 1 i' "O .Gene Bra S>Zoo rarni Lai HI tor Kem.| Roseianu. i i , PiiLLIPS cth & Walnut Phone 810 POSSESSION i IMMEDIATELY 115 acres black land on Iliphway 61 and electric high line. Good buildings. Price S288U. Good used car and electric refrigerator. Call 274-w. 17-ck-tf j o a .11 s AV1«; AI A K E CONCKKTli STOKM SKWKK — ALL Osceola Culvert Co. .t GO I'hnnrs 1). S. l.iiiu;y Arlc. KHKS1I DRKSSKl) LTRY AT LOWEST PRICES You Select them, we. drew* 'em free! SATIS PA CT ION GIJ A R A NT ICED Free Delivery Phone 154 L1. Aslicraft & Co. AT OUK NEW LOCATION ll!i ]'.. Main,' 2 rtonrs enst of ISukvrr cTK LINK or OFFICE SUPPLIES Call .1(5 DELTA I'KJCE SUPPLY STORK II. K. :m<l Ash S(s. 'Dr. W.F.prewer Dentist Blytheville, Arkansas Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates - $25.00 (Extraction* Included) SAVE 4 lc Ci' tt'HS' 2 cvcryliHL Tank car in your car. nvtruethyl C;HS) 30YNKR OIL CO. I], S. lii^Mvay 61. North -.IT- '*-*-'*"'"• g !»<»!,». Try Our Barbecue RIBS Tlicy'rc Dcllcioui Ole Hickory inn FOR SALE 8 room rr.sideiicc on Walijut St. uriws I'rntn tJie AITlick home. 527SC. Terms, or will discoMnt J'or cash. THOMAS I AN)) CO. II. C. Campbell'. Salesman . room furnished apartment. ( Lights and water furnished. Re?--! isonabie, 1601 West Ash street. < 12 room furnished apartment. 615 Chickasawba. Mrs. Triues Eagai'i. HiO acres best corn and cotton j land. T\vo sets uuiUliuffs. $f)0 porjALSO: SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value IJnredernicd or Rent 2-10 acres real lunO. Good corn and cotton land. Good buildings. Good t bur»ain prices. EAST MAIN LOAN CO. K. !U:un St. Bedroom for rent. Mi's. McMuIlin. 622 W. Main. 25-ck-i' [Furnished apartment. Close in. Private bath. 516 Chickasa\vba. Tel- Icphcne 846-W. 25-ck-3C desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone M02. " 25-ck-tf room furnished apartment. 71 Chickasawba. Phone 5.92-W. Mrs IE. M. Eaton. 24-ck-t: |ComfortabM- bedroom \vith5n block of Post'Of fire. 301 .North Broad- |\vay. Phone ; 976:,' , 24-ck-tf |Three , room furnished apart men with; bath and telephone. Mrs [Belle Wood. 130 Duean. Phone 785 23-ck-n jBedrooms — Apartments — Steam heated. Very best, cheap. Pea- Ibody. ni E. Main. 23-ck-2-2S I room furnished apartment. Down- allotments and govtrnmcni stairs. 1315 W. Main. 23-ck-tf \ !*""«-' 555 per acre. * DON EDWARDS "The Typcu-rtlfir M»n" SMITH CORONA. AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE Transuctlon Must Be Satisfactory) FISTULA A llsi.ulu is «\ fuLso dvninnge, cunul from one or more points-in... or about tin; rectum, I p. to txv.d of tan through the surrounding purts. It sttii'U fr.oni nn Infection that penetrates the, rectal wall und tho pu.s cllHchurye works Us \vny to the surface, up- pettiing n.s H boil or an ivbscess. Repented Inncing only prolongs this scn.ous condition that ^ruduully grows worse and more complicated. Treatments by skllll'uUy and specially trninca .sprciull.sU- Cor such condiUtms, Is the only rcnl cure. No con- llnement to lied and very little discomfort with our methods of years of experience. DKS. N1ES& N1ES iMylhcvillr, Ark, fiM J>!nin • Thouo • Two furnished rooms, with Frigid- aire. Phone 8H-J. Mrs. Ted 320 acres all in cultivation. Go oil allotments and government Green. 3 loom furnished apartment. Private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. H-ck-tl 20-ck-ti j Ample buildings. Ken.] corn and cotton hind. Price $(>0 per acre, j Good terms. Several other ^oort farms ai;d I can g'tvr possession diatelv. (.''ome no\v . . . later vriil •i room unfurnished apartmeiu Phone 327 or night. 55. 13-ck-ti j he too late. Furnished front bedroom. Next U bath. 713 W. Main. Phone 988. j CALEB SMITH *" 127 K. Maione Sik«:ston, . '.VQ room fuiTiished apartment Also bedroom-s. 100 W, Kentucky all 1129. 31-pk-l-3J > room " imfurnished apartment .Private..bath. Coll 728. 508 W Chickasawba. 13-ck-t \vailable •snr.L 1 --';wo-rooin offic suite, windows >n Main streei Bldg. Phrne No. One Lost Notice MOVING & DRAYAGE ANYWHERE, ANYTIME Wr t.'ikr furniture for moving; (Small house on Holly. Phone Mrs. Sternbers at SB*, or see at UOS iHolly. ~ 22-ck-:.i room unfurnished apartment. Either upstairs or down. PrivaU' bath. Lights, water, hot water fur- jni.sheci. 112.9 W. Ash. or phone Hs.- Ms Watson. Hayti. Missouri. 20ckti JI'IJOLSTEEING & REPAIRING WE FrX ANYTHING All Work Guaranteed i BlythevWe furniture :—rr: . '< I2(? E. Main Phone "-CM about January 16. 01 i Tarbro. ale .setter bird dos:. white 1 Ci vith black oar.s and black ticks oUH'clgC •ver body. Name on collar, "The.?. ! ',V. Cox. Ronselaer. Tnd." REWARD, i Light storage space for rent cheap. .V. N. Orr. Blytheville. Ark. .1. Raymond Smith Auto Parts. 25-pk-l 22-ck-U JModern 3 room unfurnished apart menl. Good condition. Corner o. |Main and Second. Call F. Simon 'hone 764 or 1170. 1-ck-tf fl'hree .steam heated bedroom.- Bfautyrest Mattre.*wes. Privatt urancc and close in. Phone 940- V alter S:3G. 13-ck-ti bedroom. Twin ben?. Stean heat Men preferred. Conip- phickasawba and 10th. Phoni [number l 23-ck-n FREE ON ANY TRUCK LISTED HELOW 11940 Chevrolet, Pick-up Irnick Fick-im irrvick 9 Ford V-8 Pick-up |l'ruck 3937 Chevrolet Pick-up rrurfc ............. . 1937 G. M. C. Pick-up uck- 1939 Chrvrolcl !' |rruck Chcvrr.i^' i' Lon z "vV. |)odv Ton $475 $525 $395 $275 $495 HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured Civil War soldier. 14 Tendency. 15 To harmonize. IR To extend. 17 To wander. 18 Likes. 20 Nothing. 21 Pistol. 22 Plural pronoun. 23 Parent. 25 Any flatfish. 27 Half an em. 28 Ke was a military leader 55 To remark. >2 Transposed 57 M.aH drink.-. (abbr.). 58 Portuguese 33 Servant, coin. 34 Onager. 59 Nuts. 35 Pattern block. 6f> Hops kiln. 37 Black. 67 He was the 40 Slovak. } 42 To soak flax. 43 To subsist: 45 Falsehood. 46 Common verb. 47 Becoming. 48 Above. Answer to Previous Puzzle [Bl JKIElE !N!NIE5 5T1F IL I I IG IH 24 Connecting \vord. 26 He was known also for his or courage 28 Moringa .seed. 29 Musical note. 30 Form of. "be." Silt is (conlr.). 33 Period. 36 Measure o£ length. 38 To stupefy. 39 To obtain. 41 Theater pathways. 5 Road (abbr.)- 43 Twice. 6 Self. 44 Tooth tissue. 7 Demons. 47 To soar. S Tiny. 49 Vegetable. 9 Railroad 52 A layman. (abbr.). 54 Bitter herb. 10 Man's reading 56 Sprite. commander of room. 58 Sun deity. Ihe or 11 Deposited. 59Form of, "a." southern U. S. 12 Scandal. 60 Myself, forces. 33 Exclamation. 61 Alleged force: 18 Rumanian. 62 New England VERTICAL coins. (abbr.)/ 1 Right (abbr.). 39 Health spring. 63 Doctor (abbr.) 50 Senior (abbr.) 2 Body part 21 His military 64 South America 51 Calms. 3 To throb. title. (abbr.). 53 Soft-spoken. 4 Finish. 22 Twisted. 66 T-ov.-ard. 937 Chevrolet. J U- ton. yl wheels, platform Mnrr Trucks on Our Bi-i Lot, to no;-:^ from. Wr Buy Your Li[•(•]'.:.-„'• on any our of those. Open Niglils and Sundays G.M.A.C. Payment Plan TOM UTTLE CHEVROLET CO. he i WAS A. POWERFUL SHOCK 10 ALL OF QS / AUNT-DEAD ? DUCHESS A VcE£ AGO CM t^ HILL .' . RESCUE HOS5ES/ A Goad Place Tor Them JUST v REMEMBERED .1 LEFT GLOVES AT HOW.E oM THE —-THAMK FRECKLES , IS LIEUTENANT ROMMIE SHAY / you, j REMEMBER. NOW J. LEFT THEM Bun WAS DOU&LY INSURED, I GUESS .' x LEFT MVOWM GLOv/ES OM SURE GLAD YOU DID-—IT GAVE ^AE AM To RETURN! YOUR. OM THE SEAT YOUR, PORCH / OF VOUR. CAR./ EDGAR MARTIIM Her Own Idea BOOTS AND HER BY V.-T. HAMt. ALL RIGHT, BOVS, NOW LET'S V IF VVE CANT <SET TOOeTHER ) ON A LITTLe PROPOSmOM _/ BY ROY CRANK AT RRST J 'AJ I OWSO A LOT Or fAOUeV A^D TV»EY THSr-AT- TO SLIP A SWeD TO TELL MY ,V,OTHtP: -/ LETTER -IS) HOW A DECEIT PEL!.A EO L'P 1 5JATS Uklt THOSE HAPPc«5 sou KNOW THAT I HAt> A PATE WITH MR TH.E NI6HT SHE WAS WATERS PSOVJIDEO

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