The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 8, 1941
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SATURDAY;"FEBRUARY" g; mi ELYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line 10c Two times per line per day!.!.'osc Three times per line per day..06c Six times per line per day 05c Month rate per line..'. 60c Card of Thanks 5 Qc &'?5c Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times find 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.- 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. USED CARS and TRUCKS AT PRICES YOU DONT MIND PAYING $335 $545 $187 $268 $378 $469 $545 '38 Ford "85" Coupe. '40 Ford "85" Coupe. '35 Ford Tudor . ... For Sale Farm Land for Salci? id • CSUltc Bnd sasd A first class Grocery & Market. Equipped complete with up-to-' tete fixtures, doing a good business, on the 1 main street of Paragould, Next door to City Hall, the only grocery store within four blocks. I have been in the grocery business in Paragould 21 years 1 have been in this one location'15 years and it is one of the best established groceries in Paragould [ but ill health forced me to quit. I I have here a real bargain for someone. If interested, come to see me at m North Pruett St., Paragould, Ark. Chas. r: Rmum '37 Ford Fordor... 7-pk-ll '38 Chevrolet Mas. Del. Coach. '39 Ford Del. Tudor '40 Ford "85" Tudor. | §60 circulating coal heater. Quite i new. 5 room capacity. $25 cash before Sunday. See Walker, 402 So. First -- 7-ck-l6 Large sturdy Dog House, new paint, and sizable portable dog pen. Cost' $18 to build, both for $7.50 cash. Phone 930. For Rent —TRUCKS— Two or three room furnished! apartments. 914 Hearn. 8pk-3-8 Desirable downstairs bedroom, private., bath, 'large closet. Couple preferred. Available March 1. Call 538 - 8-ck-tf One, 2 or 3 room furnished apartment, 615 Chickasawba. 8-ck-15 3 room furnished apartment. Utilities furnished. 713 Chickasawba. Phone 592-W. 8-ck-tf Six room house, 209 South Lake St. Vacant Feb. 10th. Mrs. Joe McFalL Wilson, Arkansas. 7-pk-ll 2 room furnished apartment. All conveniences. Adults only. 819 W. - 29-ck-2-28 3 room furnished apartment, 1315 West Main. •„ 23-ck-tf Furnished house.- 4 rooms and bath. Call 527 or 924. 4-ck-ll 5 room Stucco house. Furnished. Mrs. H. Hess, H*»ss' Store. 4pk-Il 2 room furnished apartments. One downstairs. Close in. Phone 299. 3-ck-10 Comfortable bedroom. Mrs Nolen 310 Walnut. 1-cfc-ti L;3 room unfurnished apartment. Call Mrs. Edwin Robinson at 274-W. . 31-ck-tf Comfortable, bedroom. Phone 627 W. 630 -Walnut. - .. 30-ck-tf {Available. < soon -T- two-room office suite. Windows on Main street, JSudbury Bldg. Phone No, One. |:Two room furnished apartment. Lights and water furnished. Rea- 'sonable. 1601 West Ash street. 27-ck-tl Large bedroom. Twin beds,. Steam heat. Men preferred. * Cornei Chickasawba and 10th. Phone number 1. 23-ck-tf Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men preferred: 1017 Walnut. Phonr 102. 25-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom within block of Post Office. 301 North Broadway. Phone 970. 24-ck-tf Three room furnished apartment with bath and, telephone. Mrs. Belle Wood. 120 Dugan. Phone 785 23-ck-ta Bedrooms — Apartments — Steam heated. Very best., cheap. Peabody, 111 E. 'Main. 23-ck-2-23 , 3 'room unfurnished apartmenr fc' Phone 327 or night, 55. 13-ck-tf " room unfurnished apartment. Either uostairs or down. Private bath. Lights, water, hot-water fur- nfshPd. 1129 W. Ash. or phone Ha- vts Wptson. Kayti. Missouri. 2Qcktf Three steam heated bedroom* Beautyrest Mattresses. Private entrance and close in. Phone 940- W after 5:30. 18-ck-tf Bedroom for rent- Mrs. McMullin. . 622 W. Main. 25-ck-t: 3 room furnished apartment. Private hath. Desirable location Phone 280. 17-ck-t.f Welding: EXPERT ELECTRIC & 'ACKTYLENfe WELOEKG g I i n c and heavy w a. snccialtv. Earksdale Mfg. Co. Phone 19 or Res. 1019 Electric and Acelylunc WELDING Fender and Body Work nnd Lawn Mower Sharpening DeH. Loans SMALL LOANS On Anything O f Value ALSO: Gnredeejiied nicrchandise »< bargain prices. EAST-MAIN LOAN CO. '36 Chevrolet Pickup '33 Ford Pickup '40 Ford Pick-up $178 $365 $525 1214 Chickasawba . . . Modern cottage with hot water heat, hardwood floors, Electric Wacer Heater. Wonderful neighborhood. Bargain at $3750. Can make terms I Thomas Land Co. 6-ck-10 '35 Chevrolet L. W. B. l',s Ton Platform Body '37 Chevrolet Pickup ................. . . '38 Chevrolet SAV.B. \\'i Ton Ti-uck .......... . $278 .$368 Upright piano in good condition. Reasonable. Call 300. 6-ck-13 Dry fireplace wood', cook .wood and coal. Phone 477 or 933. 3-pk3-S Vegetables—groceries—meats. Delivery. Best for less. Phone 234. Rite Price. 23-ck-2-23 Sawdust blower. J. A. Bage, Manila, Arkansas. 9-pk-2-3 Lost Farm Lands with" Possession Now! ----'.• •••"« ™< u land being described as follows: i. L ° ts F J3' _«nd Six, in Block One, of Dell. J^O acres, 2 miles to good town, of Orii'ntul K UR 2 by 3 Inches KALAMAZOO, Mich. (UP)—A only two by three "«"» rme cotton and corn farm, good home and barn on gravel road and one mile, from concrete highway, for a low price of $52.50 per acre, with good terms. 80 acres with 22 acres cleared, two small houses. *i mile from gin and gravel road being built bv the land this year, price with * hall' cash, bal. good terms $3,000.00 115 acres near Burdette, on gravel road, good house and barn bale unci hair acre land, high line and school bus, the choice of Mississippi County land for $92.50 per my hand ', 1941. EARL .silk to be the hi the world, $3,500.00 on laud this ye W M R D IL W. M. Burns, Realtor 7-pk-lO — W -,1 * T • aslnng, Ironing Neill Reed, solicitor. POTTER, Executor 25-1-8-15 IIS 1 THIS CHANCERY COURT OF THE C H 1 C K A S A W B A DJS- COUN PROBATE ; DIVISION In the Mutter of the Estate Martha Seymore, NOrrcK or Notice Is herobv tmmn t nnlj , ------ J 0'»-iJ lilllt Jtl- li tei-s ol tcstainwitavy were B rautedlL to the undersiuned upon the estate-: Alaluiui» Typhoid at NY\v Lovv MONTGOMERY, Alu. (UP)—A survey Just issued by the state hnillh department .shows that ltd j.upcrvislOM und control of public wuli'r .supplies were Instrumental in redurini; Alabama's typhoid death rate last year to the lowest ou record. Seymoro. i »»s. --.ui day of January. 1941 by the- Probate Court of Mississippi County. Arkansas. All- persons huv- "" claims or demands ayufnst said ; te must, present them, dulv authenticated, to the undersigned jior allowance before the end of one year rrom the date of the "ranting of said letters. If not su within such time, 'they be tower burred; and Quilts or Blankets is c Maytag; Washer—Drying-" Room Villa: Hell Green, behind City Ice PV" ° C tor ' :Ver ^ned; and Maul, iuv. (Ji North. D-ck-Kl-D I ?^ anis l»'csented v\Uhin six months .Ifrnm „,, (|nle Qf ^ }Q IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. PROBATE DIVISION THEREOF. iroin di have priority over those filed after the lapse of such six months Dated UiLs 2'Hh day of January, * *. J *1 A , Notice of application personal property and. lands to to sell Personal Arouse Sluggish Liver, work off the bile to nd yourself of constipation,, gas pains, and that, sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIRBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS jNotice MOVING & DRAY AGE. ANYWHERE, ANYTIME! We lafee , Jfurniture for moving UPHpL$TliRlNG & REPAIRING .WE FIX ANYTHING All Work Guaranteed BiythevilJe Furniture Co, 126 E. Main Phone Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shiners. 300 E. Mail- St. Phone 800. G. C. Hawks. 18-ck-2-lb Wanted Middle aged white .housekeeper. Apply 514 Chickasawba. Cal] 915-W. 4-ck-ll pay debts. Notice is hereby gave the undersigned, as executor of the estate of Martha Seymoru, deccuccd will make application to the chancery court, probate division thereof of Mississippi county. Arkansas, on Lh 0 24th day of February. 1941, for an order to sell the personal property an <* the lands belonging to said Endgate from l* ton truck. LoTt *TaU Z* lETIT, 1 , P1 ' 0pCrty bC " Saturday between Osceola aiKl i ilLJi. he househokl ^°PerLy of Neil! Reed, solicitor. EARL POTTER, Chancery Executor. 25-1-8-15 Courier News want nd.s WANTED 1940-41 Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEBAUM BLYTHEV1LLE, ARK. Phone 1I>7—U) 19 107 So. 2nd St. Near Tomato, female Llewellin Setter. Black ears and ticks. Liberal reward. E. L. Hale, Arrhorel. 3-pk-10 Wilson. Call 612. Fred Pleeman. 3-pk-10 Tires USED TIRES Repossessed & Trade-ins All Sizes 25c up SHOUSE-HENRY HDWE. CO. Poulti Baby Chicks Custom Hatching . Marilyn Hatchery Phone 742 BIytheville l6-pk-2-l« Storage Space Light storage space for rent cheap. J. Raymond Smith Auto Parts. 22-ck-ct For Sale or Trade FRECKLES .ANT) m,S FRIENDS •*• '" — — • — — • DON EDWARDS 'The Tyjgewrttcr MmB" ROYAL. SMITH CORONA, AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEI, BUILDING PHONB (Kvery Transaction Muat Be Satisfactory) PORTABLE EJ PJUO Alien K»Uo EL PASO, Tex. CUP)—One of every four persons of this border which has u population of ..,,.. »..M 1 v.,*,n.-u ui u it-cnu ivoianiu- ^ugni'ly under 100,000—is an alieii. zoo exhibition. The rug wii.s wowu Mexicans, who dominate El Paso's by n child in the Hnrpoot. Anno- population by a six to four ratio, ma, orphanage as n gift to Surkis composed a majority of the aliens. I-J. Nuhiglan, Chicago. It contains _ over 4.000 hand-tied knoLs. WE MAKE CONCRETE STORM SEWER — ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 IX S. Liui«y Ed Whcmun L, Ark. LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES €al! 16 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STOKB IU U. and Ash Sis. SAVE of Kits—Tank car to your car, (Ttttruclhyl Gits) JOYNER OIL CO. U. S. Highway 01. North .'44-Hour Service Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist BIytheville, Arkansas Specials! Extractions- - - - $1,00 Full Upper and Lower Plates $25.00 (Extraction* Included) • Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're Delicious Ole Hickory Inn FOR SALE « room cottagv, with sun parlor and bath. Beautiful little home on Ky. $2750. Terms. THOMAS LAND CO. H. C. Campbell, Salesman FISTULA A nstulQ is u false .'drniriusc cannJ from one or more A ^ •BlylheviBe, Ark. BliS. NIES Nice shoats. W. W. Highway 61. Snaver. South LABOR OFFICIAL HORIZONTAL 1,7 Head, of a large labor union, 1L Officer's assistant. 12 Juicy berrj-. Answer to Previous Puzzle an ode. 16 Delight 17 Loves. 18 Fodder vat. 19 Thing. 20 Rats. 22 Five plus five. 23 Cow's call 52 Chosen by 24 Electric unit. ballot. 26 Subsided. 53 God o£ love. "" Oleoresin. S'l Abolished, N[ClEI5iSU/V\iAtRfr|H 32 Castle trench. 56 Reddish 33 To neglect, brown. 34Heron. 58 Tie is o£ 36 Nymph of ^ihe American, paradise. Federation ol 37 To tear oft Labor. 39 Above. 59 He represents .^-^ to . w o 5°. make lace - or trade 30 Egyptian river 49 Beast. ,«J.,PaJe red. unions. 11 lias union 51 Fuel. 48 Barley bristle. makes — or 53 To sin. SOLtne of type VERTICAL contracts with 55 Palm lilr m one piece. 1 Artifice. employers. ST.Red Cross. 13 To write.. 15 He attempts to obtain better ——i for labor. 20 Scepter. 21 To -view. 23 Rhythm. 25 Vessel. 27 Marsh.. 28 Tribunal. 30 Mooley apple. 31 Russian village. 2 Day in. Roman 35 Baking dish. month, 36 Cabin. 3 Sheltered 38 Laid a street. place. 41 Axillary. 4 Eskimo house. 42 Radio bulb. 5 Barren. .44 System of C To manufao . signals. lure. 45 In. 7 Exploit. 46 To slumber, 8 Aurora. 47 Fuss. 9 To redact. 48 Region. S06 E. Main St. 9-ck-2-8 JYaclical Idea I HAVE TWO L06ES THIRD ROW MOW/ you BOTM CAN sir TOGETHER UNFORTUNATELY/ HE S'JRe MUST HANDtWQ HEp. A LINP ---LOOK ATTM0R. HEADS I .CANT SEE A , WITH YOUYWO SITTNG .THAT WAY / AUO A THEATRE • is'wo-PLACE- VEAMJ AND I'LL'Ger. FIRED IF L SAY ANYTHING / TMIMG; THE ALMOST KISS DAUQMTER, FOR./ AMD THAT/ HER PASS IT MOTHER, DONT SAV i V\ 7 A8H TUBIiS A Ficmf Ts «V f?r»V CRANE EXPERIMENTAL LASORATORV tsAS6!LA; WV 5ICX BROTHER AV6 AM ENEK\y. CAW IT BE POSSIBLE THIS ENEMY DELIBERATELY TPAMSM1T TO MV BROTHER THE f SERM OF THE MALTA FEVER ? AMIMALS. EACH, IF PERMIT CAPABLE OF STARTIW& EPIDEMIC POSSIBLE MV DEAR SIR BOT IMPROBABLE ' If Onl :DOG'S He Could Sm>ik 1GOT A MOTION EDGAR MARTIN a Move On WHEW? VV&LL, WE'RE IP ITS CAESAR HISTORIC ATTACK IF WE ir IYC GRAB 500IM, /-/-i-T-X GOT iO INTTOTME HEV,.YOU WALL-EYED 5L08S IN'THERE... ' OPEN UP ANJ' MAKE IT EGYPTIAN VESSELS THIS.,. IT COULD BE ROMAKj . *'- UCOPR.">»tt BY.XEA SERVICE. JNC. T. M. REC.'U. S. PAT.

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