The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 10, 1941
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MONDAY, >EgRt)AfcY 10, FOR 2, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION t Daily rate^ per line for corisecu- Mve insertions: One time per line LOc Two times per lino per day!..!o8o Three times per lifte per day .OGe Six time's per line per day 05o Month 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. Alj Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside ot the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be eas>- iy computed from the above table. .' Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rate; No responsibility will be taken tor more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Rent FOR RENT USED CARS AT BARGAIN PRICES! SEE THEM TODAY! $335 $268 $479 $464 $545 $378 $554 $86 $125 '08 Ford "85" Coupe . '37 Ford V-8 Sedan ... •30 Ford Deluxe Tudor '39 Plymouth Deluxe Coach '40 Ford "85" Tudor .. For Sale '33 Chevrolet Master Del. Coach HO Ford Deluxe Coupe j '34 Ford ! Tudor . 80 acres.' The best of black sandy loam. Nice 5 room house. Neu' barn. All fenced. Will make 2 bales cotton per acre. $80- acre and 12 years to pay. 160 acres best of black IOKMI. Nice 5 room house. Barn, 4 tenant houses. Good Government allotment. Will rent for $12 per acre 1 cash or can get possession. $85 pei' acre, one naif down, balance in 12' years. 438 acres Sandy loam, 4 seLs nice buildings. $30 per acre. $4840 down, balance 15 years. A real buy. \ Nice G room house, extra lot and'' a good orchard on it. $350 cash, $12.54 monthly. 5 room on Hearn Street. All modern furnished. A real buy. We also have some of the best lots in city for sale. ROLUSON & CAGI,K 111 No. 2nd St. phone H'48 ]0-ck-Lf 3 room furnished apartment. « c «-i Jy decorated. 606 No. Fifth St. j "& Tcrraplane Mrs. Elma Crowdcr. 10-ck-U j Convertible Coupe Single bedroom. Private ' entrance, nrivate bath. 1103'Holly, phone 98 *- *10-pk-17 Two or three room furnished apartments. 914 Hearn. 8pk'-3-8 Desirable downstairs bedroom, private bath, large closet. Couplti preferred. Available March 1. Call O"CK"H One, 2 oV 3 room furnished apart- nient. 615 Chickasawba. 8-ck-15 •'! room furnished apartment. utiT- -ftie's furnished. 713 Chickasawba. Phone 592-W. • Six room house, 209 South Lake St. Vacant Feb. 10th. Mrs. Joe McFall,. Wilson. Arkansas. 7-pk-ll 1? room furnished apartment. All conveniences. Adults only. 819 W. ^ sn '- " 29-ck-2-23 3 room furnished apartment. 1315 West Main. 23-ck-tf Furnished house. 4 rooms nnd bath. Call 527 or 924. 4-ck-ll 5 room Stucco house. Furnished. Mrs. H. Hess. Hess' Store. 4pk-ll PHILLIPS MOTOR CO Phone 810 and im Welding EXPERT ELECTRIC & ACETYLENfc Comfortable bedroom. Mrs. Noleii 310 Walnut;. . i-ck-tl 3 room unfurnished apartment. Call Mrs. Edwin Robinson at 274-W. 31-ck-tf Cc-mfortaB'le bedroom. Phone 627- W. 630 Walnut. - 30~ck-tf Available soon — two-room office since-. Windows on Main street, •Slidbury Bldg. Phone No. One. Two room furnished apartment. Lights and water furnished. Rea- I Nona We. J601 West Ash street. \^_^__' 27-ck-t: Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. Men preferred. Corner Ohickasawba and 10th. Phonp number 1 ?3_rir_f-f i O l^Ik U* Desirable bedroom, twin beds Men preferred. 1017 Walnut, Phonr 1(? 2- 25-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom within block of Post Office. 301 NorMi Broadway. Phone 970. 24-ck-tf Bedrooms — Apartments — Steam heated. Very best, cheap. Peabody. Ill E. Main. 23-ck-2-2? unfumisheci apartment. Either upstairs or down. Private bath. Lights, water, hot water fur- 1129 W. Ash. or phone Ha, Haytf. Missouri. 20ckM Three steam . ijeateo bcdroom-- Beautyfest Mattre&ses. Private entrance and close in Phonp P4 n | W after 5:30. . 1 8-ck-tf Bedronm for rent, Airs Mc"MuTlij; 622 W. Main. 25-ck-r' WELDING l> r a g I i n d and heavy welding a specialty. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Phone 19 or Res. 1019 Expert Electric and Acetylcrte WELDING Fentler. and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening W. CRANFORD Bell. Ark. Washing, Ironing Quilts or Bla»ik«<! Mayiag Washer—Drying Room Villie Hell Grcfti, behind City Ice !!l!!l!: "* w ' 61 North - »-^-»«- y Lou n ,s of Jaiumry. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value ALSO: Unredeemed merchandise at bargain prices. EAST MAIN LOAN CO, 306 K. Main St. 9-ck-2-9 j» the cftptioiv hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, tJOtty LPO Scftnlon. Dated this 20 day 1 J * 1 1 f HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk • By Eltwiboth IJlytho. D C Panknv * Bnulley, mty. for PILf' Percy A. WrlBin, ,it(.y. ad Mt^n. 20-27-3-10 A pearl was found in a fofejil oy«toi' f formed millions of years ago, in Coke county, Texns. * Notice I have four registered males and two gill*. D'urocs for sale. Also, for service. Wave Gold, the best male in the South. Major Little, Nor. Highway 61. 10-pk-3-10 1600 Acres cutover land for cash. 4 miles north of Arkansas slaw lino' in Missouri. This deal will net some one 100 thousand dollars. See Rollison'and Cagle at once if interested. 10-ck-13 A first class Grocery & Market. Equipped complete with up-to- date fixture's, doing a good business, oh the main street of Para- fn MOVING & DRAYAGK ANYWHERE, ANYTIME W«; take furniture for moving UPUOLSTIIRING & REPAIRING WE FIX ANYTHING All Work Guaranteed Blytheville Furniture Co. J2<5 E. Main riionc Hii3 Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Shin e rs. 300 E. MolTi St. Phone 800. G. C. Hawks.- 18-ck-2-l'8 Wanted Middle. Hgcci white bduspkeopcr. Apply 514 Chick'nsjiwbfi. Cnll 915-W, 4-ck-ll ORDER In tho Clwuci?i-y Com-l of •^Ippi County, M^S, JENA COWAN nee flAT- C3 ' IF1P Petltioher vs. No. 7-iil K'. R. RATCLIFP AND MRS K K RATCMFF his wife, RUPUS HATCMPF' a single man, RUDE RATCLIFF AND MRS. RUBK RATC1..1FF his wife, JOHN RAT- 01,1KF AND MRS. JOHN RAT- CLIPT- 1 hi.s wife, MRS. BERTHA t.KE nop RATCLIFF. ESTER DUTTON 8ATTERFIELD AND LK^TER, DUTTON AND MRJ5. LESTBR OUTI'ON his wife Defonriant.s. .The clefenclanlf;. E. H], Raiciiti' and Mrct. 13. E. Rnlcliff. Rufus Rfitcliff. Rube Rfticliff and Mrs Rubp Rutcliff. John Ratcliff and Mrs. John R'rttciiff. Ester Dutton Satloriolrt, U'slcr Dntton and Mrs. Lester Dntton, an; w«mcf.l (o up- I pear in this court Avllhln Lhlrty j clays, and answer tluv petition o't I the petitioner, Mrs. Vena Cowan. | ' Witiii?\s my hand and soul this ; 18 clay of January 5041. HARVEY 'MORRIS. Clerk By Ellznbetlj Blythc. D; c. Len Jone.s. ntty. for Pltl. CALL 372 ftw Fancy & Staple Groceries :ii»d Kirs* Class, TtMulor MksUs. FRKE DKMVKKY ANVWHERE IN TOWN CITY FOOD MARKET C'o'rimr I'Yittikliii \S l)ug»n lf;iiT<;i; Dttvl* J. I). l,unsr«rd Trpck Freighters One million trucks In sei'vice in the United States, it is estimated, haul 1,430,000,000 tons of freight mmunlly. Of this total,. 134,400000 tons represent farm' produce. Neil Reed. Atiy, \VAK-N1NG ihe Chancery ORDER Court. Chickti- Ad Lttciii 20-27-3-10 WANTED 194041 Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEBAUM JE, ARK. Phone Ifi7— 1,0 19 107 So. 2nd St.. ,. ...... . — ~ ..»»••«. in LMU oiifim;ci\ vjouiu uiiiiiKft- gould. Next door to City Hall, the 3aw ba DMWcL/Mississippi Coun- i .store within four ty, Arkansas. ! ["I l^fl^i; 1 r"\ n l»r» IVnnt* Ji» ' i-l_ -.. —•»._ — *•.,—:. i _:•- _ - . • . . i USED TIRES Repossessed <S- Trade-Ins All Sizes 25c up CHOUSE-HENRY HDWK CO. Poulti blocks. T have been hi 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 have i here a real bargain for someone. If interested, coinc to see me-at 117 North Pruett St., Paragould, Ark. Chas. C. Brown. 7-pk-ll Betty Leo Scanlon, Plaintiff. vs. No. 7384 John Thomas Scanlond, Dclcndftnl. The defendant, John Thomas Scanlon. is warned to appear within thirty days iii the court named DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL. SMITH CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING PHONE Oil (Every Transaction Must B« Satisfactory) WE MAKE CONCRETE STORM SEWER — ALL Osceola Culvert Co. 2I>3 & 60 I). S. I>»ney Ed Os<ceola, Ark; EVERYTHING FOR YOUR OFFICE rilONK 16 I'HONK DELTA OFFfCR SUPPLY STORK N< 1 , KM, Si SAVE 4^ GAL «f cur (o your (TfctraotJiyl Gnu) .IOYNEK Oil, OX). I'. 8. Highway (il, North .M-Hotir Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full (Jpper and Lower Plates -$25.00 (KxtracUonv Included) Try Our Barbecue R IB S They're Delicious Die Hickory Inn <> room uuttiige, with sun pur- lot- AHA huth. Rttiutifui little on Ry. $'4750. Terms. tll'ORfAS LAND CO. II. 0. Caitijibell, Salesman FISTULA A llsUilfi Is u I fi toe di'ninuge cjiwit from one or morn points In, or about the rectum, into and often through thu surrounding parts, it stiirUi from nn in'.VcUon. thai, penetrates the rectal wall find tho pus discharge works its way to the surface ap- pcHVliiaa* a boil or MM '(ibscuK.1. Repented lancing onlv prolong ™L5 ?<!'? COI ,;? iU ™ thiu tf™l»»"y. urows. worae and more commented. n rcatmont.s l>y skillfully arid specially trotnea specialists tor such conditions, Is tho onlv real cure * No confinement U) liecl luid'.vory little discomfort" with our methods of Large sturdy Dog House, new paint, and sizable portable. doR pen. Cost $18 to build, both for $7.50 cash. Phone 930. Upright piano in good condition. Reasonable. Call 300. fi-ck-13 Dry fireplace wood, cook wood and coal. Phone 477 or 933. 3-pk3-3 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-f) Personal Baby Chicks Custom Hatching: Marilyn Hatchery Phone 742 Blytheville l6-pk-2-lG Arouse Sluggish Liver, work oJT che bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and 'that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIRBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS Storage Space Light storage space for rent cheap. J. Raymond Smith Auto Parts. 22-ck-tr MAP PUZZLE YOUR (rSBf) CAK PWOiM THE LARGEST USED CAR DJSAfcEli IN C 0 U N T Y— ER. CHEVROLET IH3K Desoto 4-i)oor Sedan. Onl J937 Clwvrolel Coupe Chcvrolcl. n for ... Town 8 Fortt V-8 Tudor, real buy Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe. Bargain ... \' ivn Chevrolet Town Sedan $129 $279 $379 $339 $485 $485 .19<0 Chevrolet Todn T.nrgc radio ...... Chevrolet 5jx>rt. Sedan. . Driven only 1H.OOO A brn.nly. . Open Nights and .Sundays G.M.A.C. Payment Pl TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET 00. HORIZONTAL J Map of -=-*— arid the Lebanon. 5 It was a for* mer -*^- d£ Turkish Empire (pJ.). .13 Meadow grass. 14 Drilled. 16 Indian. 17 Knapsack. .19 Senior. 20 Influenza. 21-.Disavowals. 23 Pertaining io synod. 2G Withered. 27 Sloths. 28-Molher. 30 Odd clothing. Answer to Previous Puzzle ''2 To unfold. 43 Plural pronoun. •I'l One who addresses. 9 lidanf. 10 Sicknesses. 1-1 Toilet box. 12 Very. 15 Consigned. 18 Row of a series. 20 To frustrate. 21 this land's chief city. 22 To ascend. 24 Backs of necks 25 The Syrian pound is the. , J unit. 2!) Assumed —— o"r behest, name. 60 Many; —~ 32' Minute objects tribesmen 34 Breakfast food hve here. 38 To undermine. Approached, 3. Plural (abbr.). 50 South Care- VERHCAt, • g^^ 32 Mistpr rahhv N I.-..- /.i%- K i r-- - ,_,,. , . _ " U '"i6uier. 32 Mister (abbr.)- lina (abbr ). 33 Malt drink. 5 f Brother. 35 South- Africa 52 Readv (abbr.). 53 Lock'opcner. -.'6 Courtesy title. 55 Vegetable. °~ °' A " 1 56 Inlet. 57 God of jove. 50 It is administered under v I Spain (abbr.). -15 Admitted facts 39 To report. 41 Animal's pnson. 2 Tic. 3 Sho\ver5. 1 Preposition. 5 Companions, 6 To free. 7 Units. 3 Fn a high degree. 46 .Mot common. 47 Roof ornament 48 Dagger v/oiind f ,40 Pieced out. .51 Boggy land.. 54 Ve. 55 The soul. Musical-note. KlythevHlt!, Ark. RY ROY CRANK HAlfisOMP X^SS? I?!!; HE ^ W TMBOLD^SfRV HANDSOME \ TAKJVJS POST SR^DUAie WORK. I ..T -M/P w .VWUAT '• — $ ' ^ HEARD^^HIMSIMCE,.^ ^T If ^ PLACE IM A CQKK-ENTRA1ION CAMP ,4% 0,-ryi WHEN 1 THINK OF 1HE HORRORS ^V POOR. MUS 1 BE EWDUR1W6... POS-SIBLY SICK... POSStBLV DEAD... 1 AM ALMOS' CRAZED WITH ANX1ETV RtA60N fcR COMIhki ) YOU TO SEE YOU, DOCTOff l tSTHATy / 6|EW WVCAftL? 1 'AVt A MESSAGE FROM' ' IE SWOT THE MORMIM6 FEBRUARY MINETEENTH ' BEFORE YOU GET / WE'RE MOT -' THE GATE'S , WE DARE MOT OPEM THE GATE, BUT CAM B&HAULe ovea THE WALL ATTEMDTOIT S' WELCOME BAjCK I REMEMBER MYSTERIOUS \^HO .. ,. OUT THg'CROcbPlLE PRIESTS LIP RIVER AMD CLEOPATRA to GGWEBLAL OCSP-- WH/CI* SERVICE MAY I REKJDERYOU AK1P Mo TIME , TO LOSE/ OOP... WE'LL. V. THROW YO FREf'KT.S HIS FRTKNDS BY MERRT-LL LOOK AT THEM- WB' r S PROBABLY ' HER HOW BEAUTIFUL SM6 IS AND PR6BABL/ Wow DO vbu A , STA.NDfNS AMD WATCM- INC3 MIS OWN BEING MADE 10? WOOLD ?F L \3r COULD, YOU'LL HAVG "TO GET TO IT/ DON'T BLAME EITHER^ RKD RYDER Proof Wanted BUY,RED'1 WENT 16 THE DETAILS of If E DEATH OF HIS AUI^T, HE £UCH£5S ED CD-A&5 b HER BUDDIES _Slow Progress EDGAR -AR'lK ..-LVO COPfc.>9*J. BY. HEA 3«yC€ r> gfC. j. MJ^EO. U.

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