The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1941 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1941 FOR RENT ___ BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SJEVE& I I !•. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line 10 C Two times per line per day.'!"o8c Three times per line per day 06c Six times per line per day.. (tf c Month rate per line.. eoc Card of Thanks ^OC'&'TOC 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 ot bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates mav be eas.- l ly computed from the above table •Advertising ordered for irregular [insertions lakes the one lime rate. -\o responsibility will be taken tor more than one incorrect inser- Uon o* any classified ad. "" ' • "•- • .. ..—— For Rent BUY THAT USES) CAR NOW WHILE THESE GREAT VALUES LAST! ;.. $145! 'o5 Ford Coupe -,... '37 Terraplane Convertible Coupe. '35 Ford " ! Tudor '.l room house en East Kentucky. Modem. Rooming or apartments. Bargain lor investment or home. 5 rcom house 213 E. Kentucky A beauty. $500 down. 5 re-cm house. Second and Missouri. First class home to suit anyone. 5 room house. South Highway 61 Priced to .sell, $1350. STORIES IN STAMPS j 8 room house on Chicknsa\vba. A 1 real buy. NOT 'PENNIES FROM HEAVEN' B-U-T MUMS FROM LOY EICH ' thc money vou Hl |OW Largest Cypress Tree Lives For 3500 Years ORLANDO, .Flu. (UP) — The world's largest cypress, tree, called "The Senator" or "The Big Tree" grows between Orlando and Sanford. Estimated from water marks on • trunk ' ' •i»ri x-«, i 7"*, *"" °" v *" *"' w u - v Uli y»"tf HI low prices,' lw ""«"* to tie 3,500 years old, it n ,, r save by avoiding many expensive repair bills. 5Und * l35 feot hl *h- It once wns mn (ars are reconditioned for service * "{taller, but the top was destroyed by lightning, it is j? feet in cliam- 1MO Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan. Large mdio ft honfi... l) nvcn , 1M)00 cnrcfljl mj|es ^ )n)v '39 Ford "60" Tudor '37 Ford "£5" Tudor '39 Mercur Tudor . j '39 Hudson .. ' Coupe room furnished apartrn^n't, 103 '• -vq Fnvd V.KMtucky.^h^^ j ^ CIU XP Tudo I Furnished apartment or bedrooms. Prefer no children. 1415 W. Main |Phcne 540. 19-ck-2S room furnished aFavtment.~1015 W. Ash. Call Mrs. Goodwin at 45-W. 1Q r-l- +r iy~CtX-\l |'l room house and bath. 222 W Kentucky. Apply 218 W. Ken-' rcky. v 17-ck-2i Furnished rooms. Innerspring rnat- | tresses. Convenient location Call 1039. Apply 201 West Cherry. 17-ck-3-17 6 room house. Phons 545-J. 17-ck-21 iComfortable bedroom convenient to 1 bath. 715 Ash Street. 17-pk-21 {Furnished 'a room Stucco house with electric kitchen. Mrs. H. [Hess, Hess Store. 17-pk-24 [Furnished Apartment. 621 Chicka"- sawba. Apply in rear. Joe Waddy. 14-pk-2I [3 room furnished' apartment. Ne"w> J ly decorated. 608 No. Fifth St. [Mrs. Elma Crowder. 10-ck-ti |T\vo or three room furnished apartments. 914 Hearn. Spk-3-8 [Desirable downstairs bedroom, private bath, large closet. Couple [preferred. Available March 1. Call 1538. ' 8-ck-ti |3 room, furnished apartment.. Util- I ities furnished. Ws'T'Chtelc'asawba' [Phone 592-W. ' - 8-ck-ti [3 room furnished apartment. 1315 West Main. 23-ck-tf 'Comfortable bedroom. Mrs. Nolen 310 Walnut l-ck-fi! [Comfortable* bedroom. Phone 627- W. 630 Walnut. 30-ck-tl Available soon — two-room office 1 suite. Windows on Main street, hudbury BIdg. Phone No. One. JLarse bedroom. Twin beds. Steam I heat. Men preferred. Com?- Ichickasawba and 10th. Phom [number 1. " 23-ck-r J Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Mer I preferred. 1017 Walnut. Phonr Il02. 25-ck-tf [Comfortable bedroom within block I of Post Office. 301 North Broad- pay. Phone 970. 24-ck-tf (Bedrooms — Apartments — Steam heated. Very best, cheap. Pea- |aody, 111 E. Main. 23-ck-2-23 Farms For Sale .ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Improved and Cut-Over Land AXY SIZE TRACTS \SmaH Down Payment . FARM LOANS AT | LOW RATE OF INTEREST Rides Land Co.* Cooper Blclg. Across from City Hal) Phone 409 Loans SMALL LOANS On Anything of "Value I'VLSO: Unredeenied merchandise t bargain prices. EAST MAIN LOAN CO. 306 E. Main St. Tires USED TIRES Repossessed & Trade-ins Al! Sizes 25c up SHOUSE-HENRY HDWE. CO. Storage Space oisht storage space for rent cheap. J- Raymond Smith Auto Parts. 22-ck-tf Personal i rouse .Sluggish Liver, work off he bile to rid yourself of constipa- ;on. gai pain^. and that sour, I-ttnk feeling. Take one box of 'KIKBY-J3 ACTIVE LIVER PILLS over. vVe have just what y homes and farm lands. . Koilisoji & 111 No. 2nd. . ...... OI " Km < )l ' il < ; <•*>« Sedan. A teauly ............ S(!S9 THE heritage of ccmuries is con- tamed in the fla the 21 ! M>39 Chevrolet Town Sedan Suecint < ' * '40 Ford Deluxe Tudor i Pan American Flags Tell . G room house on Jamerjson St. i History of Continent 'tf»1 7C • $350 down. '• H75i ,0. . 5 jcom house 10(52 Hearn St. Mod-' tame d in the flags ^ ,.,,<. *.* -. ern. A real place to live. Look it Pan Americ an republics, pictured I „• _ !°n Bolivia's stamp above, com- I UMS ( hevrolel Town Sedan for : memorating the 50th anniversary L „„,-,, ' * ,-,,! of the founding of Uie Pan Ameri- I I<M ' »'°«'d V-S Tudor. Owner driven Oldsmobile. Sedan. Real buy.. . Ufnyelte Town Sedan. Only i. New rubber iy More on Our Dig Lot G- iM. A. C. Payment Plan 75 feet from the ground. ,-..v....^n...».!£, vnt win uiiiuvui.s>urj want in ' of the foui "»ding of the Pan American Union. United States has no monopoly on stars, stripes, or colors. In ad- Phone 11ZS °»«ars,str_ . 18-ck-ti aitlon - fla ss ol the republics bear i ancient Indian symbols, birds, vol- -•—«- The early confederations IVbur m ixt un mvva^g Phone 810 and 1122 Welding ELECTRIC & ACETYLENt WELOfiKG Dragline and heavy welding a specialty. Barksdab Mfg. Co. Phone 19 or Res. 1019 14 room hotel located in corner ol ; canoes, -me early confederations business district, in O.sceola, Set | OJ f South and Central American Mis. Charles Cramer. 223 Hale states are reflected in similarities Ave. r Osceola, Arkansas. 17-pk-^O of emblems. " ~ ~ : ~ ' Ian, now Mexico City, D. F. Have about twenty well broke work mares all in foal to jack or draft stud. Will sell for part cash, balance , in fall. Also few good mule colts and saddle horses. C. G. Smith. Guatemala has the quetzal bird! Argentina and Uruguay have golden suns, of ancient Indian Open Nights and Sundays LOY EfCK CHEVROLET CO. origin. 13-ck-^ n Para S"^y's flag is unique in the. — J western hemisphere in that it is .. I have four registered males anc!i not tno same on both sides. An two gilts. Duroos for sale. Also I official seal shows a lion on one I for service, Wave Gold, the best j side . a star on thc other. Lithu-'-1 male in the South. Major Littlt- ! ania - now included in the Soviet ' Nor. Highway 61. 10-pk-3-10| Union . « the only other country i . . - ^ — ^. . ^. j. V.\JUL1I nr ., „ • , , — ! Wltn a recognized national flag Dry fireplace wood, cook wood and two-sided, pattern i^/-\olT~ll-»«*»_*r»r» . nnM . _ ... *• * , coal. Phone 477 or 933. 3-pk3-3 Expert Electric and Acetylene WELDING ?end I La D. W Fender and Body Work and Lawn Mower Sharpening Dell, Ark. Notice MOVING & DRAYAGiT" ANYWHERE, ANYTIME We take Curaiture for moving UPHOLSTKRING & REPAIRING WE FIX ANYTHING All Work Guaranteed Blytheville, Furniture Co. 126 E. Main rhoae ligs Vegetables—groceries—meats. Delivery. Best for less. Phone 234 Rite Price. 23-ck-2-23 Washing, Ironing Quilts or Rtankets i=5 C each Maytsif Washer—Drying Room VilHe Bell Green, behind City Ice 'lant, H.W. 61 Norlb. 0-ck-IO-y Sausages are made from hogs | listed iuj boars at market. D.ON EDWARDS "The Typewriter MJUI" ROYAL. SMITH CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS GLENCOE HOTEI, BUILDING (Every TransRctJon Must Be Satisfactory) 6U EVERYTHING FOR YOUR OFFICE HIONK 16 I'HONE DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORK . W. F. Brewer Dentist Blythevilje. Arkansas Specials! Extractions - .- - - $1,00 Full Upper and Lower Plates- - - ---$25.00 (Extraction* Included) SAVE 4 ic n 2 every GAL of pas—Tank car to your cur. (Telrnethyl Gas) JOYNKR OIL CO. U. S. Uigliwuy «l, North ,2'l-Hour Service Try Our Barbecue RIBS They're Delicious lickoryinn FOR SALE J.'onic 120 E. Davis «ir. Franklin. 5250!). S250 cash, 425.CO imnilh. Possession at once. THOMAS LAND CO. II. C. Campbell, Salesman ' DBS. NIES & NIE'S. Blythcville, AH, SH M:ijn Lost Hrllertype skn t acker. Lost be- twe^n Blvthevi'le and mils east on H.W. 18. Finder ulpase return to Courier _ News. REWARD. I7pk20 Wanted to Buy presscir with motor. Paul Bv Phone 252. 17-ck-tf Ruins of ah 'im^ortatit, 'center of «-ne great .Malavan civilization nave been discovered in a previously unexplored region of southeastern Campechc. Mexico Salesman Wanted Salesmen for L B ,.. "• * *x-w i*l.V,i V/CIH * tile Company. No car required generous commission, j T Sneak- man,-313 S. First, 2i-pk-28 ( Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EiM SEE 7 ' Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 RUMINANT ANIMAL Answer to Previous Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured is an elk or . 5 Its solid horns. 12 Altar chest 13 Chinese, laborer. H* Saucy. 16 Antiquated. 17 Slash. 18 And. 20 GoK term. 21 Neuter pronoun, 22 To shove. ' 24 Right (abbr.). 45 Street (abbr.). 61 The reindeer 36 25 To imitate. 46 Perched 29 Swift 47 Pen point. SI Infection. 49 Northeast HrmuMal 34 Coins 10 Part of a stair. 11 To view. 15 To suppress. 19 Dyewood tree. 21 To confide. 23 Mineral spring 25 Discoursed. 26 Coal pit 27 Mountain (abbr.). 28 Plant shoot 30 Clock face. 32 Strict. 33Frozen xvater. (abbr.). 35 Old-womanish 50 River ducks 37 Tolled. 52 Old measure. 38 Species of this 54 Insulated animal. 56 Inlet 40 Festival. 57 Wrath. 41 Custom. 59 Neither. -12 Its m?at is 60 It belongs to called . the family 44 Upright shaft. . -.*.*•-, j-^i**\.*^^i. --'^ j^itii i\j H\VUilG lives in north- 38 Encountered, ern -—s. 39 Age. v PPTlriT 42 Duct. , ERX1CA.L 43 Tnsect .- s 1 To dibble. 46 Slovak 2 To build. -18 Slam. 3 Natural color. 51 Ozone 4 Clattering. 52 Data. 6 North Caro- 53 Myself. Una (abbr.). 55 Taro paste. 7 Spinning toy. 57 Advertisement 8 Abhorring. 58 Railroad D Otherwise. (abbr.). j, BUT MOT -DW, IF HE'S PLANWIMG TO/ YEN, MEBBE- BOMB ALEXANDRIA, HE'LLf H ^V/ , ..... KKiOW ENOUGH TO STAY \ HE<S> COMING 1 :f *** AND'WE'D DO WEUL NCrr TO BE IN THE VICINITV WHEN IT HITS... COME CM LETS DUCK/' LOOK/ HE'S DROPPING SUMPIN / '- % Vnd That's That ov\v\, Right on the Job BY ROY CRAMfi , YES, 1 KNOW! BUT A REPORT^ T CWAE IW '" J63 WEW STRICKEW > ILL AFTER ATTEMOilsJfi HATIOMAL OWLV 7:30. DEFENSE BAWQiJET." WHAT DOES ' THAT60UND LIKEf ' BAROM HAU6COIRA*. Hector Makes a VTZZZ MECTOR. .YOUR DIABOLICAL MIND OU6HTA BE A TO WMIP UP A ' BRIGHT IDEA ' I WOULDN'T TMRow A' TOMATO .L WERE YOU, HECTOR / OP COURSE NOT, HECTOR / YOU OLJ6HTA KNOW THAT RED WOMT SHOW LJP MUCH ON HIS HE WALKS UP ,_ THE DOOR. ANJD RfMGS THE BELL .' I SQUISH HIM WITM A RIPS TOMATO ' THAT? SHAY.- HE'S A N\ARfNE CORPS FLYER / our JUNE'S HOUSE AM* HIDE—PRETTY SOON THIS COMES UJ6 MAS' A DATE WITH JUNE? KEEP , GOING / BY FRED HAKMAIS

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