The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1941 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 14, 1941
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 19-11 FOR littS FOR REN A Citu's Wants BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WE HAVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time per line 10c Two times per line jrer day Q8c Three limes per lir.e per day..G6c Six times per line per day .Oric Month rate per line . ..'!"cQc Card of Thanks &QC &'?5c Minimum charge 50c Ads ordered for three or six tim-s and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment \f bill made. All Classified Advertising copy (submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accom- «-~ Inied by cash. Rates may be ea.s ... computed from the above table. Advertising ordered lor irregular insertions takes the one Lime rar,e. Xo responsibility will be taken for more Umn one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. — • — _ Jbor Rent a ">cm furnished a{;artmeniT~7l9' ^ } .",? U *! Vl> ' sil uur useci car d^play, we'll guaranty that Ch:ckasawba. Mrs. Ramsey Dun-, you ]1 - I0m our big army oC boosters, inside of a i'c\v minutes _ can '__ H-ck-tf; And speaking of guarantees, when you come in, ask to see 3 rccm furnished apartment. Pri- j ° IU ' 5 ' ^^Sr: S^Sfrf**" We ' re Fan "»» s F" Also. 4 room house. 509 Chicka- ' *ORD So Hi DOR sawba. Phone 846-W. 13-ck-l7 H. L.. Mycr- J o. j{, siii'iC} C. II. SlielOy Oru Dills Oni Dili* U-o (Continued from Pujje 15) To. Tax, To. 25 <; 1'im. Jt Lot Blh Tax l>o'i. C«-.t C-st -'-- 1>; -i no j <u> ,'jd r, "j, -- :; !•'• -i.oo 1,00 .:',', r,.'"'!; -:is 17 ,'i.v. .s -i"' 1 is t.t'O .; -&-' is t PI) ,2 liunv Addition In .Manila I A I If you want lemons for lemonade, or want a used car that's apt to be on the ".sour side," we'll have to refer vou elsewhere. We just don't carry either—never have, and never will! Our stock consists of sweet-running, sweet-looking used cars at prices that make our customers whistle a sweei tune of satisfaction. Comfortable bedroom. Private entrance. 515 Walnut. Phone 351. 13-cs-lf —-— . bath. Hot water. Reasonable. 506 Walnut. Phone 12-ck-4-12 Bedioom, one block from postofficc 301 North Broadway. Phone 970. 12-ck-tf Comfortable room, next to bath. One. blcck Phone 978. from Hotel Noble. 12-ck-tf ': room furnished apartment. 116 W. Davis. Mrs. Bill VanWinkle. ll-ck-17 Two furnished rooms. 300 South Division. 10 pk 17 2, three-room aparimsms with bath. 136 Sycamore. Phone 1046 or 23- 10-ck-tf 3 rccm house, S 21st St. Eula Epperson. Phone 25, night 293-.]. ° 10-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment Phore __683^i08 W. Kentucky. 8-pk-15 Al^or any -.part, of Rishter Truck Terminals Warehouse. Platform Office. Phone 727 or 112. 7-ck-4-7 :•> room furnished apartment. Close j in. 212 So. Franklin, Phone 1115. > 7-ck-ti 5 room Built-in kitchen cabinets. Electric range. Nice bath. Furnace heat. Call Mi- Fox at 327. 7-ck-tf 2 room furnished apartment Upstairs. 700 W. Walnut, 6-ck-lf Storage for trucks, furniture ur cars. 114 W. Main St. Fhonu 28 22-ck-t« Desidarble bedroom, twin bed.v Mf-n preferred. 1017 Walnut Phone 102. 26-ck-t, 2 room furnished apartment. Reasonable. 1601 W. Ash. 24-ck-3-24 Two steam heated bedrooms. Beau- tyrest Maitresses. Private en- 1 ranee and close in. Phone 940- .W after 5:30. 20-ck-tl -Llortern three room apartment V. Newly decorated. First class condition. Corner Main and Second Furnished or unfurnished, t. ^Sunon. Call 764 or 1170. 20-ck-ti •\ VR i J able soon -^two-room offic> mitr windows on Main strets Sudbury Bldg. Phone No. One. r oar<_-f- i .'rtrooTr, Tw:n b^ds Steal- or?farred. ' Corr.p *nd 10th Phon 23-ck-; Furnished rooms. Innersprlng mattresses, Convenient location Ca: 1039. Apply 201 West Cherry. 17-ck'-3-r Furnished apartment. Kentucky. Mrs, Sisk. 1938 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH .1910 FORD 85 COUPE 19.39 FORD DELUXE TUDOR .................. CHEVROLET iM ASTER S53 03 l.Jul 1/uO K.SS T. is i. MI 1.5(* .ss* .ss .58 t on 1,50 f. KS 1.50 >lll|l«T 11' iv ({til -\ r ("I't'iieh I.<y( '» 0 ,7f. " MS Vivruro ...ft .23 .'Jfv 7.1X 7.7S 7.1:1 1,00 Vasl. ., Ut Ml ft \V of ic. LOI S. iK, Survey to <,f l.Vb. HAUVEY Minnows for Sale Goldfish and Hliinoi-jj. 300 E Main Phone HOC. G. c. Huwk.s. Conn Clvt-lc. Wanted to Buy "!ood used heavy duly air compressor with motor. Paul Byrum •hone 252. 17-ck-tf SALK UNOKK KXIiCUTlON Notice is lien-by tavon that tin- with approved security \md Hi>n NOTICK Or SCHOOL ELECTION Pursuant, to Act Number 30 of 1933 enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, wild act. providing for Hie election of school directors to be elected nt nn annual school t.'lc-ctlon to be held in each school district of the Slate of Arlum.sns on the third Saturday In March of each year, the following polling places shall bo open between th« hours of 2:00 r*M. and 0:30 P.M. on Saturday. March. 15. 19-11, for the aforementioned ek'ctlon. | District Nanio Voting Place i Osceola Court House j Luxora School: Victoria School i School: Cloar uke School BlylhevMlo City Hall GUI Ilimlnwiiy Bid 1 .;. OosiH'l! Go.suell School Huffman School 55. 58. Stlllman ....Stillman School Dycss ...Dyess High School MRS. THOMAS R. IVY, County Examiner. 28-7-H POK SALE -115 E, Ash St. 5 rooms & bath. Pride $2350.00, S300.CO cash, balance SC5.00 monthly. Possession it once. THOMAS LAND CO. fl r Pii Nn. 1. KEAPIE CHEAP 1933 Chevrolet Sedan. 2 tone color, good tires. Nolle Vhcn you rat American I.atlv can- noil tfoods v(lt , rin tn-Uiftiily ray thut ymi :irc cutin^ lh« best. Fnrcti F-u'fs. Ku-io stamps. \Vc 1'ICKARD'S CHO. &. MKT. ?7^ as Khorilf of Missis .sij)pl County. Arkansas, will on l.hc 21st riny of March. UM5, oiler for suit: rtt th;> south door ol (ho court- liciih-e in Blythovillo. ;tt public auction tn i!u- hi;^hi\sL bidder, upon a credit oi tince months, ihc fol.cnv- ln« lands bt'lniv;in<; to Mnrtha M. .Tulinsoi) and Maude ymitli, to-j Bit .;,, i Int.'^ci-tInvest- quarter iNW. i of Srotiun Twenly-niiif (25)), n:id all that part 'of the East, half iE l v> of the Northeast quurtiu' (.NE'i^ of Section Thirty <:iC.) thai hi«s eust of the railroad, all 'in Township 15 North, Ranp.<; 8 East. Mis- sis-sijjpi County. Arknnsa.s. f). 10. i'ettutK'd for the purchtuo! )!, | Ui. tins :>7lh day ol February, I 15. ! H). iiAi,r: JACKSON i n. Sheriff, j it'. 2»-7-H :.n. WAKNJNC OU IN THE CHANCERY COURT. ClllCKASAWBA D I S T K I C T, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Mary Evans. Plaintid, vs. No. 7444 John Evans. Defendant. The clRfenclant John Evans is wurnrrl lo appear within thirty in I he court named In tho . $64 $95 $265 .$85 $99 COACH SEDAN HUDSON (i DeLUXE $21? mo FORD DELUXE TUDOR ...'. 1936 CHEVROLET MASTER DeLUXE COACH ion .ink•ink n-aption hereof and answer I ho com This snh» j.s mafic for the pur-: plaint O f Uic plalnlUV Mary Kvans. of satisfying a judiimenl of i Dated this 11 day of March. KM I. ' l °- esi»«r,Tici, T, , T r|the C}:;!llccl ''y Court. Chlcknsawbii i ITARVEV MORRIS. Clerk ' irK KH, Wv" work oiriDistrirt, rendered Dec. 5. HMO. tori Uy Kllxabeth Olytho, D. C 10 nei yourself o coustipn- j $200.00. interest and costs/in favor! Percy A. Wright (Ally.'for Pltf.> and Mint sour. | of Frank C. DmtRln.s and am»in««, i Clmide F. Cooper (Ally, ad LJtcm.) ! 50 K-i»i>i»o e j Martini M. Johnson and Maude \( Seal i ' 14-21-28-1 52 ' ? iivrn > ' Smith. Tho purchaser ut such sa!o j . i M. '' ' ''"J.S W jjj | K , ri , f)U i,.,, ( i ( . 0 gj w j, (>oc | nntc Rtl , u , Cnurler Nl!Wi , want nda _ 54. Armorol School I A goocl oi)e .' *~' : 3n.i6 TpiTaplane Tudor. Car-son !° ." . /Carson *Sc\?w\ liW * R00d Mlinilix School ii)3o Plymouth Coupe. Nodoua Craig's Store special Boynton ,., Boynion School: Whitton School Ifl3f) Ford VB Pick-up Varbi'o School Truck Box Elder School Hell Dell School 193(5 Chevrolet l»i Ton Half Moon School Truck, 1941 license Wilson School Lono Oak School I0: * (i Chevrolet l«; ton Truck. Dual Tomato School wlu-el.s and 24 ft. trailer. A real Keiser ; Bank cuUil for fivm use, 6 good tires. Promised Land School Special for Saturday Rerco School only NumbcM 1 Nini) School Burdetle School i Mll "y Morc °" Our Big Lot Etow'ah Miss. Co. High School Sliady Grovo Shady Grove School U-achvlllc School Pawhccn , School Hickinan School Flat Luke School lirown School Brinkley ...Lost Cone School Black Water School Roekv School $299 Open Nights and Sundays Loy Eich Chevrolet Company Tlionc 633 FIUCCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS What's Un? n ILLi! $!9i Phone 810-1122 For Sale ISM I Chevrolet Coupe. Drivsiv only ' : Khcrt distance. Owner transferr- u ' csl (lf H " llanf l- Farms For Sale Owner transferr ed. Will .sell at considerable loss. Tnnva.s Land Co. 14-ck-2l HAY FOK SAKE: 120 tons timothy, red top and clover mixed. 25 tons Laredo beans, cut when blcoming. On hard read. Pnscola. Missouri-. Pric?d to! clo^e our §11.00 for timothy. S7.00 for beans. Sen J. E. Oliver, Pas- ccla, Missouri, or Phone J. B. CHvcr, at night. Sinter .Hotel. Hayi.i. MisFCuri. 14-pk-21 Complete Household furniture. Good condition. Miss Mattel Waits. 112 E. Davis. Phone 709 Q f 14 8- H-ck-18 Several tona of good alfalfa hay. Jean Bradbury, 3 miles south of Roseland. - l3-pk-20 Extra Goocl Farm Buy have a 400 acre farm, all heavy black cypress soil. All in cultivation but about 50 acres. This farm is located about 15 miles north vest of Sikeston, Missouri, on a gravel road and electric line. Improvements fair. An unusual buy at the price. S20.COO. Call or write, C. E. Golladay. DL 7/0 Sifcss'.on, Mo. Phone 197. n-pkig; ^"One /4Z , . i 'ivr fresh milch goats. 1603 Chick-' - asr.wbn. Call after live. 12-pk-li) acres. 2 houses, ni-w «rr:ive! road. 20 ariTii cleared. For SIOOO <, .$2000 terms. SO acres. ;"»;? acres cleared. New house , and good barn. $45 per acre. $1500 cash, balance terms. W. M. I3URNS Phone 2<t:> _j 12-pk-15 NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Improved and' Cut-Over Land ANY SIZE TRACTS Small Down Payment FARM LOANS AT LOW RATE OF INTEREST Riales Land Co. Cooper BlUg. Across from C»ty HaU Phone 409 WHAT'S TME VERDICT, NUTTV? WILL IT LIVE? -."-• v^m IvVO BROKEN COMMBCTlNG T?ODS — FOUR CRACKED PlSTQMS AMD NUMEROUS MINOR CAN tr BE FIXED I THINK so/ 1 SENT LARD our TO SHOP AROUND FOR USED RAR.TS ---JL HOPE ME COMES BACK WITH TMe RIGHT S1UFF/ TRV I I. JUST THESE A HAPPENED To FOR. TMINK J WE'VE SIZE • . GOT IWE 1 NUTTY/ J MAKINGS OF AM AIRPLANE ENGINE* BUT WHAT'U. WE PUT (T INZ ^0 Poultrv Baby Chicks Custom I Fat chine Marilyn Hatchery Blytheviile 21-pk-3-21 'Wefrlin^ DR. 6ASSILA 15 FEEUK16 MUCH BETTER AND IS LEAVING TH£ H05PirAL Ihc Trap BY ROY CRAM; IT'S IMPOSSIBLE! P\D1CULOUS! 1,N\VSELF, AVE BAS-&ILA THE GERMS OF A DISEASE FROM WHICH THERE IS SELDOM A ... CERTAIULY MOT 60 ;—- VOU XTK10W X BECAUSE KAU6COLRA VEC3V WELL \ TRIED TO KILL HIK\ BV THAT DR. BASS!LA^\ TRAMSMl&SIOM OF DISEASE DANGEROUSLY ILL, EASV. PIDVOU HAVE \F HE BELIEVES 3ASS1LA HAS RECOVERED, HE MAV60 TO Hl^ HOUSE TO^EAKN WHAT'6 VVJROM6... POSSIBLV 70'COMPLETE THE MURDER. So IM 6OlfJ6 TO-'POSE AS BASSILA, DCIUE TO HIS HOUSE ISl AM AMBULANCE, AMD AWAIT DEVELOPMEWTS Rovnn^c Mm Chickasnwbs 09 20-ck-u !)Tii! houye. nevviy repairc-ci & rc- decoi-Bted. S450. Small down pay- m-ui. balance monthly, ' ] UcUison and Cagle I'hone 1128, .UI N. Second. 8-ck-tf. and AcrtvT enft •H-' !.VPC Pol find China pigs. Re< iflerrd and vaccinated. Oat of •, sews weighing from 650 to 800 i pounds. Write Arthur Actor cl, i and T5odj- Work and T.n\v\i Mow or Sharprniri"- 0. W. CR,3JFORO HAT SURRD LOOSE ED-' 1MEE.D EXE- BEJN? TIED CELLAR. 60 LONV3 NtoT AC-TINT - Li KE .DUCHESS' LET OVER *TC> in 1 1VJAS A UAOV? ^ t'.', -/^<'i^ -' ^*»afe 2^^ V BOOTS AND HER RUDDIES Ocll. Ark. ' FIt(>M §50.00 TO SI 00 00 HRST COSIE— FIRST ^ SERVED DeSoto Sedan. Larse Hea^e^ mileage. " One •9^- Chevrolet Town Sedan. Black A-l mcchanicaiiy. 5 good tires. Special..'..',. 1940 Ford VR Ti'.clor. Carefully c!nvcn. Looks like new. 15»40 Ford V8 «n Tudor. Clean P«n. Lots of rni]p.s to the gallon. A steal at ........ Many Others, to Choos,c From :ru- complete 2 or 3 chair Barber j Was!" t.Iicp Equipment. Also, one. com-i piffo Shoe Shop Equipment. Real! Oit'ffVor TM->^kZ(7 Bor-ain. Call 764. F. Simon. ! ATr.vfn- washer—l>rx _ 7-ck-tf j V'!li<» P.oH Gropn. b^Iii vrv i ~ir^Ir Y- ; ; ; • 'Innt. TT.W, Kl Korth AO. I /i.h.iifa hay, ^ood reclcancd [ j^"»-in. S'-'^'d Soybeans, Arksoy.s and Del- .' sfas. Burdettc Plantation. Bur- i dette. Arkansas. 7-uk-4-7 i Tronino- Ci<v Ten n-rV-7n 0 ires c5oy Manila. 80c Bushel. J. A. Bago. 5-pk-4/-5 RKPCSSF^SED TIRES AH Sizes TOM LITTLE HARDWARE CO, Stock l;nrn and lots located at Ms- ; niis. Arkansas. Delta Implements. *"£• 28-ck-ti' _ Good u-ork mules. Cash or terms. : Sec t-loyd Simpson. Delta Imple- i menfs. Inc., Blytheville, Ark • • —""—- 28-ck-tf i Llgrnt -Borage space for rt-.nt cheap. J. Raymond Smith Auto Pert.* KiO ALLEY OOP EDGAR MARTIN T Intorngt'.cr.a- riding planters, \vag- oi:.s. cultivaiors. plows, harrows, harness, and hay, at reasonable prices as it must. sell. Telephone 312 or i-ee J. M. Jont'-i at I10S Chickasawba Ave. 21-pk-3-21 22-ck-lf Lost Lot For Sal c ,„.,•„ >• -r — tmall jn.'jrc muic. Notify Han1.sor» Thompson. Biirrieitc. Ark.. BOX 12. lot. Main .slrcct. I5;».r- .cash. M. BURNS Thoiio 24!> 12-pk-15 For Sale or Trade lcni;- good I'j^ on Highway 61. '-" Spk-i-S 9AR OCTAV T«p, CCESSFU THE PA6ULOU£_TRE/VSU^y OF CLEOPATRA,... JobV Nearly Finished t BUTWrTHW THE HOUS^, || ALL IS MOT QUIET _' —™ BY V. T. HAiMLuN SILENCE BOMB-RACKBO OF ALEXANDRIA'S AAAiM OATE, WHERE ALLEV _ _. N AND FEDERAL AGENT TDM , HAP t THElg. POST OF DEFENSE (..AND ACROSSTHtClTV. r f.M THSTIMOWV OF THE SHtP, THE TAIL OF BOOM'S' BOM&1N6 PLANE fKOJ£CT> FROM A \VK£CKEP HOUSE A FINE DON'T 6UES51/" A '^C7 I SHOULD KICK-I BU<?TO? A HOL= \ O'COL' «=CT TH TO COME COME OUT OP »T ALL IM ONE _ COPR. 1Wt BY NEA SERVICE. i^C

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