The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1941 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 4, 1941
Page 7
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SBVTEH SALE w^*^~*~~ FOR REN A City's Wants Classified forYour Benefit CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line lOc Two times per line per day OSc Three times per line per day..Otic Six times per line per day Otic Month rate per line G0c % 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. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by. persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be eas:- 'Jy computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rare. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Rent 3 room unfurnished apartment. Either upstairs or down. Private bath. Lights, water,,hot water furnished. 1129 W. Ash, or phone Havis Watson. Hayti, Missouri. 20cktf Three steam heated bedrooms. Beautyrest Mattresses. Private entrance and close in. Phone 940- W after 5:30. 18-ck-tt Bedroom 622 W. for rent. Main. Mrs. McMullin. 25-ck-t: Poultry I ires Baby Chicks | Custom Hatching Marilyn Hatchery Phone 742 Biytheville Hi-pk-2-Ki. Loans 2 room furnished apartment. Downstairs. 1315.W. Main. 23-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment, private bath. Desirable location. Phone 280. 17-ck-cf room Private unfurnished apartment, bath. Call 728. 508 W. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value ALSO: Unredeemed merchandise nt bargaiu prices, EAST MAIN LOAN CO. 306 E. Main St. 9-ck-2-8 Chickasawba. 13-ck-tf Land for Sale USED TIRES Keiiossrssed <V Tradt'-lm All Sizes 2'5'c' upi SHOUSE'-H'ENRY HDWK. CO. Washing, Ironing Quilts or Hhmkeis ......... I5c oach Maytusf Washer — Dry tug Room Willie Belt Grcv.iv, behind City lee H.W. tfl North, D-ck-10-9 Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shin e rs, 300 E. Main St. Phone 800. G. C. Mrs. Earnest Stewart, Giant Stultz, F. G. Worsley, Mrs. P. G, Worsk-y. wattle May Mills Peacock, Murray Peacock, Precl Ed- wiiKts. Mrs. Fml Edwards, Tom Flmuiignn. Mivs. Tom FInunlgan, Lonnic Stewtut. Mrs. L. L. Stow- tivt. Theo. Pollock, and Mrs. Theo. Pollock, DefnndHnls. WARN'IN'G OKDKK Tho DefendfiiUs, Harry Stewan, Mrs. Hurry Stewart, J.onnlo Stinv- art, Thro Pollock and Mrs. Theo Pollock and unknown heirs of J.I L. Tillman and wife. S. A. E. Till- f man. :uv warned to upponr in the! Chancery Court for the Chiitenw- i bn District of Mississippi County,! Arkansas, wiihln thirty <30t day* I ami nnswcr the complaint of Me plaintiffs, Guy Burks, Ecldle Burks. ' i Linnie Payne, Annie b WARNING OHDtR In the Chancery court. Chieku- sftWUiv District, Mississippi, County, Arkansas, Thomas Hays. PlnintiJT, vs. No, 7413 Louise Htty.s, Oet'emlunt. The ciefendunl, Louise Hays, Ls warned to appear wlihtn thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Thomas Hays. Pi\li i ti this '^0 day ot January. 1041. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Elizabeth ZMytUe. U C. Claude F. Cooper, Ally, for pur. Percy A. Wright. Arty, ad Utcm. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. (UP) ~ Pulxtml Vosslah's proudest possession la a wooden model shoe carved by his .great-great-grandfather in a v Constantinople prison two centuries ago. It has been passed from generation .'• to generation, of the family. ' . WE MAKE CONCRETE STORM SEWER — ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. S. I.»n«y Ed Wiseman U. Ark. For Sale Dry fireplace wood, cook wood and coal. Phone 477 or 933. 3-pk3-3 For Rent Furnished house. 4 Call 52? or 924. rooms and bath. 4-ck-llj One light housekeeping room. One bedroom. Close in. 115 E. WaJ- imt. <i-pk-7 5 room Stucco house. Furnished. Mrs. H. Hess.. Hess' Store. 4pk-H Practically new. well constructed dog house. Also wire pen on wooden frame. Painted wliitc. Call 930. . 3-DH Baby bed. 115 E. Walnut. 3lpk-7 32,0 acres 4 miles S. E. Maiden, 5 sets of good buildings. Govern- meut Allotment 704 pounds, t-4 down. 15 years to pay. Sri u« 5 looms and «i. 225 bath. Newly decorat- L. Fowler. 31-ck-5 172 acres 2 miles East Campbell, i Fine 8 room Iniusc and extra large, barn. 2 ttsant houses. Adjoining grave) road. S9COO. 1-4 cash, bal-j ance 15 vest's. Storage Space u Poynn Hawks. I find Freddie Koonc«. lu;1vs v\l tn\v 18-ck-2-18Jof W. C. Burks and Corndia Burks. -. ----- ...... — j Witness my hand as cUn'k of sakl and Hio^seal thereof on this dlly O v jiumavy. 1041. ! HARVKV MORRIS, Ctork. > By Elix-nboth BIyllio. D. C. i G. W. Bnrhmn. Ally, for PHf. [ J. Cinthiim Sudbvn-y. Atty. Ad Litem ; 24-4-ll-ia The Slate Department recently Lislil storage space tor rent cheap. j confirmed \}\c sjile tor export of 10 Vegetables-—groceries— meats. Delivery. Best for less. Phone 234. Rite Price. 23-ck-2-23 2 room, furnished apartments. Oi?'. 1 downstairs. Close in. Phone 299. 3-ck-lQ Sawdust blower. J. A. Bage, Manila. Arkansas. 9-pk-2-0 Comfortable bedroom. 'Mrs. Nolen 310 Walnut. 1-ck-U Farm Land for Sale 5G5 Acres, cutover 3 miles on Highway 5'3 from city. Good land, part cleared. S12 acre cash. I J. Raymond Smith Auto Parts, i used Douglas DC-S transport plnnes 22-ck-tl'jto Groat Bjltuln for S50D.OOO. Corner store with fixtures. 4 room apartment attached. Best location in Yarbro. Apply Willie Pur- .cell; Yarbro. l-pk-8 [Bed room. 115 E. Walnut. 31-pk-7 l? furnished rooms for South Division. rent. 3CO 31-pk-T room unfurnished apartment. Call Mrs.-Edwin Robinson at. 274-W. 31-ck-tf |House : for rent. See Harve Lewi?, north of Race Track. 30-pk-tJ POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY 35 acres black land, on Highway (51 and electric high I'mc. buildings. Price S2880. 80 acres. ?55 per acre, (5 miles from city on gravel highway. Highline. 1-4 from good school. Good 4 room house. Barn. $1400 cash. Bal. in 5 years. Kcllison and Cagle 111 No. 2nd Phone 1128 Wanted Middle aeed white hoiLsekeeper. Apply 514 Chickastuvbu. Call 915-.W. •l-ck-U Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENh TOO acres land. Two acre. best corn and cotton sets ttuildhig'S. S50 per ICcmfortable bedroom. W. 630 Walnut. Phone 627- 30-ck-tt" \'2 room furnished apartment. All conveniences. Adults only. 819 W. I Ash. ' 29-ck-5 240 acres real hind. Good corn and cotton 5and. Good buildings. GooU allotments and government pay. Price $55 per acre. [Cheap. , , Garage building. Sternberg location. Phone F. B. Joyner t 153. 29-ck-5 I ft va liable > v ^gon-.--^ .-two-room - ~. office suite. -"Windows on . Mam. street, |3udfaur>v;Bldg. Phone No. One. I Two room furnished apartment. Lights and water furnished. Rea- |?onable. 1601 West Ash street. 37-ck-t'. [I^arge bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Cornei IChickasawba and I Oth. Phone jnumber, 1. 23-ck-n |Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phone 1102. ,25-ck-tf 320 acres all in cultivation. Good allotments and government pay. Ample buildings. Real corn and cotton land. Price $60 pe»' acre. Good terms. Several other good farms cheap and 1 can give possession immediately. Come now . . . later will be too late. . =« CALEB SMITH , J27 E. Maloue Av?. S'keston, Missouri WELDING > r a g 1 i n t.' and li c a v y i a specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Go. Phone 19 or Res. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening 0. W, 0RANFQRD IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS.. | Guy Burk.s Eddie Burks, Unnie Payne, Annie Lou -Payne and i Freddie Koonce. heirs nt 5uw of ! W. C. Burks & Coriiclin Burks, Plaintiffs/ Vs. No. T.m Mrs. B. P. Bogle. EarnrKt. Stewart, HARRISON 8 AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION General Repairing', Weldint Acvuss from Red 'Ion din FUESH DRESSED POULTRY AT LOWEST PRICES You Select them, we dress 'em free! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Free Delivery Phone 154 L K. Ashcraft & Co. AT OUH NEW LOCATION U2 KL Main, Z doors t'iist of Klytlievlllc Bitkury DON EDWARDS "Thts 'typewriter Mn»ROYAL. SMITH CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEI, BUILDING PHONV &1» (Every Transaction Must B« Satisfactory) CORU'LKTG LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES CaH 16 DKLTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOUK K. H. and Ash Sti. Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheyille. Arkansas Specials! Extractions- -- - $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates* ... -- -$25.00 (Extractions Included) SAVE of jfHtt— T» nk cftr to your (Tctr« ethyl G:is) JOYNER.OIL CO. U. S. Iligliwuy til, North Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're Delicious Ole Hickory Inn FOR SALE '6 room. cotlajo, with SHII par- lur and bath. Beautiful little on Ky. ?2750. Terms. THOMAS LAND CO. II. C. Campbell, Sulesiuiin FISTULA A ilstuhi Ls a false drainage canul from one or more points in, or about the rectum.. Into and often through the surrounding parts. It starts from an Infection that penetrates the rectal \VH)I and the pu« discharge works its way to the surface, appearing t\s a boil or an iibsc'is-s. Repeated lancing only prolongs this serious condition that gradually grows worse and' more complicated. 'Treatments by skiHl'vUly and specially trainea specialists for such conditions, is the bnl.^ real cure. No con- Unement to bed and very liti.le discomfort, "with our methods of years of px Phone 9H DRS. NIES & NIES Ark. 514 Main Dell, Ark. st Near Tomato, female Llewellin Setter. Black ears and ticks. Liberal reward. E. L. Hale, Armorsl. 3-pk-lQ Endgate from I 1 -;, ton truck:. Lost Saturday between Osceola and Wilson. Call 612. Fred Fleeman. 3-pk-lO Notice MOVING & DRAYAGE ANYWHERE, ANYTIME We take furniture for moving: UPHOLSTKKING & REPAIRING WE FIX ANYTHING AH Work Guaranteed BlytheviUe Furniture Co. 126 E. Main Phone 1193 Icorafortable bedroom within block oC Post Office. 301 North Broad- ay.' 1 Phone 970. 24-ck-tf |Three room furnished apartment with, bath and telephone. Mrs. |BeUe. Wood. 120 Dugan. Phone 785 . ' 23-ck-D JBedrcoms — Apartments — Steam heated. Very best, cheap. Pea- Ibody. Ill E. Main. 23-ck-2-23 room unfurnished apartment Phone 327 or night, 55. ; 13-ck-tf For Sale or Trade Nice shoats. W. Highway 61. W. Shaver. South Personal- Arouse. Sluggish Liver, work ofT the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Take one box o,f KIKBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS MAN OF THE THEATER mm |WE HAVE THK FINEST SELKCTION OF TRUCKS IN MISSISSIPPI COlFNT\ |l£40 Chrvrolcl I',.- toil ;a>se Tnu:k. Dual wheels, reav i";:-20, fror.t 70Q-20. ft. body. Only >...... 1-940 .Chevrolet 3-4 Ton, jigs, hot water heater. c. driven .13.000 Inftes. Bargain .-. 194C Chevrolet '» Ton Icruck.. One owner. $695 overload $539 Pick-up. $465 J.839 Ford. Irnick. A '.« Ton Pick-up re<0 buy 5 Chevrolet '- Ton Pick-up Truck. Today only 3937 GMC : ^-Ton Pick|Jp Truck. A real buy 1937 Chevrolet >« Ton Mck-up Truck. A good [937 GMC 3 ! i- Ton. p ft. body. 2 speed axle. .irp.s. Tli is truck rcpos- Unpaid balance Open Nights and Sundays Easy G.M.A.C. Payment Plan TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. HQRJZQNTAL I, T Versatile man .o£ the theater. 11 To hum. .12 Spoken. 13 Plot of ground ilVv'ild Seast 16 Dormant. 18 To coat \vith tin. 19 Gnawed. 20 Each (abbr.). 215 till. 22 He is a writer of ^^r- songs.. 26 Spore clusters. 4.4 Toward. 27 Horned part of 4,5 Coterie. Answer to Previous Puzzle a Shield 'fillet. 0 Hirsute. 10 Solitary. 13 He is., also a dramatist or - . horse's foot. 29 Long grass; 31 Intent." 34 Needy. 36 God* of war. 37 To take dimensions. 39 Tootli tissue. 40 Grain (abbr.). 41 Manager. 41 Ham. 46 Tree. 4S To dress glave skins.. 50 To negotiate. 52'Fish, eggs. 53 To choose- by ballot 5 5. He is a famous :• or performer (pl.)l 56 He started as a singer and VERTICAL 2 Renown. 3 To make a speech. i Fixed course of study. 5 To leave. C Minerals. 7 Company (abbr.). ' MERRILL BLOSSEK DODO —SHE'S BEAUTIFUL i GAVE HER.'TME FLOWSRS > AS YOU TOLD ME "Ib DO/ WORD' FOR. IT, SHE'S OKAY' /" Bov.vou AWFUU HARD AT HOMORABLE ' WMAT couio 1 QQ\ SUPPOSE IS GIRL— 1 MAD TO TELL THE I'D SURE MATE AMVTWING HAPPEN ID AS P^ETT/ AS VOU ARE' IF VDU'D TOLD DODO SME Wi8 FUNN V- LOOKfNG NEVER WOULD 6QTMERED "TO WER. i MOW YOU DONT KNOW WHATLL HAPPEN TRLJTW ABOUT HEP.>D\DMT I QPR.JSU1 BVhEASERVICg. I_NC. T. M. REC. II. S PAT: Qff. BY ROY CRAMK <50T YOUR REPORT OW THE PRINKWATER APFAIR. -SPLENDID! ^PLESSDlD! KWEW 1 COULD t?EPEMO OM VOU , USED YOUR 60T TO THE BOTTOM OF yES.SlR.EE! THIMO WORRIES ME... LEADER 60TAWAYJ A6AIW HE 5 ELUDED TH6 BEST AjSEMTS WE HAVE. -SLY A FOX,THAT FELLOW,..THE MOST MAM IN WO TELUU6 WHAT VICIOUS FORM. OF. DESTRUCTION HE'LL ATTEMPT OR/iyvjEM OfeWiHERe. VT WOfeRAE^, ME WERE FAIRLV FAMILIAR WITH THE WAV HE WORKS- VICK1 AMD we -six WEEKS, -SUH, AMD WE BELIEVE WE CAM BUM HIM DOWN 0<AV, StX,WEEK6. <5ET THAT 6UY l CAM -TELL PACE HE.ARD A00LJT 1H DUCHESS VJHY DIDN'T SHOOT TH 1 8ULU- THIWWN<3 OF ) V>JELL, [ PHCOEV.' ITS MCHT BOOM <3O!N<3 SOME75UMP^-S \TH\WX\Kk5 OF... IT'S THAT WHERE ' f (SCTTTA BE VCLEOPATRA OOP^ j DOME ABOUnrf VOU'RE RXINJG TO DASH ' / BOOM AIN'T I TO RESCUE HSR FFSOM ^ iT^- ^/t THAT WHISKERSD (r\ MENACE/ <3ETfIMG THE OLD AX AU\_ HERE... GOING OUT TO THE ' MOVIES WITH 1 5 Lowest. 17 Close. 18 Set o£ three. 22 Legume. 23 Small hotels. 24 Thither. 25 Policeman. 26 Ocean. 28 Ha?.e. 30 To do wrong. 32 Loom bars. 33 Totaled, 35 Opposed to. in. 37 Maxim.. 33 Devoured. 41 To throb. 'J 3 Powder ingredient. .4 5 Dry. 4 7 Behold-V) Little. 5 1 Sun god. 54 Credit (abbr.)

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