The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 12, 1941
Page 5
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SATURDAY, APRIL 12/1941 BLYTHEVILLE, (AEK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: >>ne time per Jlne m iwo tiipes per line per day....08c inree times per line per day..OGc ojx times per line per day 05c Month rate per line 60c Card of Thanks ioc n nti Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times ("id 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 easily computed from the above table Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rale No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Rent 3-rcom unfurnished apartment on East Main. Call 1040-W Mrs J F - Smith. 12-ck-tt Nice sleeping rooms for two~Men preferred. 125 W. Main St Harry Adkins. 12-pk-lC 5 room house; newly painted newly decorated. Cecil Lowe, Phone 918 - J - 10-ck-15 For Sale Wanted Barbecue pit. Corner of Lumeratel and Highway 61. Phone 1227. 12-pk-ia White Rock Fryers. Street. 020 Clark ll-pk-18 MILCH COWS Several Nice Jersey cows with new calves. Part Cash, balance .fall terms. Joe Homer or Crockett Wright, Manila JO-ck-5-10 Arksoy and McCupin seed Soy Beans. $1.00 per bushel. Pure strain. J. L. Terrell, Phone 1162. 9-pk-ltt Settled Girl or Woman. Living in Blytheville to Operate Modern Pi£ Stand. Give name, age, and Address, also Reference. Box "X" Courier News. 8-pk-H Lost Household furniture in good condition. Priced reasonable. Also, •? bicycles. Phone 513. 7-ck-t-' Upright Piano in good condition. Cost $750.00. Will take S50.00. Call Fowler's Drug Store. Phone 141- 3-ck-lf Modern 3 room apartmem. Butane gas heat and for cooking. Stoves and range furnished; Venetian blinds, inlaid linoleum on kitchen and bath, screened-in porch Upstairs—911V" W. Walnut. Cal. 98 - 9-ck-tf 4 Room House. At Yarbro See Mrs. E. B. Lloyd. 3 room apartment, furnished or unfurnished, newly decorated. Corner of Main and Second St. Phone P. Simon, 764 or 1170. __ 7-ck-tl Three room apartment and bath 0*11 816. 4-ck-tf 2 Rooms Furnished. 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 5-pk-5-5 Unfurnished rooms with garden. Furnished apartment $10.00 per month. 914 Hearn St. 2-pk-5-2 Desirable furnished apartment. 207 North 5th street. Phone 846-W. C. S. Baggett. 31-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment, 209 WesfKy- Mrs. Sisk. 29-ck-ti Room for employed woman Phon? 239. 1028 Main. 29-ck-tf 3 room apartment Furnished. 809 Hearn St., Mrs. Wheeler. 25-ck-tf 4 Room Apartment, 719 Ash St. Phone 727. 25-ck-tf Large bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. :vfen preferred. Corner Ghickasawba and 10th. Phonf number l. 23-ck-tJ FOB RENT—Two-room unfurnished apartment. Lights, water and hot water furnished. Couple only. 1129 West Ash. i?cktf Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men preferred. 1017 Walnut, Phone *02. 26-ck-tf Well appointed 4 room apartment, with good heating plant. Call 197. 2l-ck-tf Three room t'urnlshe* apartmer^. Newly decorated. 606 N. Fifth. 17-ck-tf Desirable furnished apartment. 207 North 5th Street. Phone 84G-W C. S. Baggett. 3I-ck-tf 2 and 3 room furnished apartments. Reasonable. 1315 W. Main. 15-ck-t; 3 room furnished apartment. 719 Chickasawba. Mrs. Ramsev Dun__ can - 14-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment. Private bath. Call I018-W. Mrs. A- Wert. 14-ck-tf Comfortable room, next to bath. One block from Hotel Noble. Phone 978. 12-ck-tf Bedroom. Steam heat. 818 West Walnut. 17-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom. Private entrance. 515 Walnut, phone 351. 13-cfc-tf Poultry BaKv Chicks Custom Hatching: Marilvn Hatchery Phone 742 BSytheville 24-pk-4-2* Weiding nnrt A One new modern house. Kentucky St. James Coston, Osceola. Ark. ck-tf Internaiional Truck. D-15, l ton. Dual wheels. Short \vheelbase. Good for trailer or bob. Perfect condition. Reasonable. Joe Craig, phone 826-J. 2-ck-tl Hay and Corn. D. R. earner Armorel, Ark. l-ck-tf 2 tubes contaiiumr quicksilver between west Memphis and Steele REWARD. Finder please notify Kimbel Truck Linos. Cape Girardeau or Courier News, ll-pk-15 Tires REPOSSESSED TIRES AH Sizes TOM LITTLE HARDWARE! CO. Minnows Goldfish and Shiners. 300 E.~Main" Phone 800. G. C. Hawks. 12-ck-5-12 Corona adding machine. One Corona Standard Portable Typewriter. Like new. Can be seen at Don Edwards. Phone 511. 21cktf Farms For Sale 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 BIdg. Across from City Hall Phone 409 Personal Veterinarian After 33 yeans of experience with ivesiock W. M. Whitaker is now located at Flooclway, 7 miles south of Manila, Ark. R-O.T.C. Men Prefer Islands BETHLEHEM. Pa fTJP) — The call to duty in far away u. S possessions is attractive to many of the Lchigh University R.d.TC — — .. Your Old Furniture in on New, or Sell it to Us For Cash. Aivin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main l , honc 1220 FXMNY BUSINESS Alderman Injects l'a v Kisc NEW BRITAIN. Conn iW»')~ Aldt'nmm William W Greene Is one politician who doesn't believe' ho is worth more than lu- r.eis. He ri'Ci'ive.s $300 u year a.s president pro U'lnporu of the board oi aldermen. When the uoard voted | ))m an increase to S500. he turned it who has kept her knitting needles WESTERLY, U. 1. (UP) — Mrs Amamlii E. Andrews of Pawcatuck, Tin: —— - •• •••"•• "• *. ^^^ nrr A coupla more inventions like ihis, Joe, an' we'll never need lo work 1" Arouse Sluggish Liver, work ofl the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that sour, •unk feeling. Take one box of KIKBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PItLS LEARN TO TYPE THE TOUCH METHOD ON Brand New Typewriters Instructions $4.00 per iMonth Mrs. Don Edwards 111 S. 2nd St. Phone 511 Washing, Ironing Washing-Ironing Rousl'i Orv or Finished. Mrs. Let-ba Mick. GIG South Lake St. I2-pk-l9 Maytag Washer—Drying Room illie Bell Green, behind City Ice lant. H.W. 61 NortH, 9-ck-10-9 - WE FILL ALL DOCTORS PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. 31ain & Lake Phonc ^ BEFORE YOU BUY See Our Line of Air Conditioned Refrigerators CITY ICE CO. North H'wav 61 Phonc m CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & «0 ». S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. seniors who will be inducted in the army alter graduation this June. Hawaii and the Philippines are the top choice. with Puerto Rico and Alaska second choicer. mmn GRO. & MARKET Mrs. Jack .liiyhi I 'run. FREES OEM VERY 212 K. Main Phone 1!J3 ICHES AIM: SOLD AT Oie Hickory Inn Across From Ki^li s ^Sliil^f'L^ \^t < Every Day In The Week! PICKARD'S (JROCBRY & MARKET \V. Chickasuwlm Phono IKW Freshes! Slock st Prices Kirby Drug Stores clicking for. 85 years, recently cele- »>r»tcd her 92nd birthday by f m i s h- FOR SALE U9 E. Davis. IJtsiulHul collate R " 'l 11 ^ 5 lot - Moft ff a ?4 ,.co. savs i'fci.1.. I'rice reduced to S2500. » ; !>0 rasli, $25.00 month. l> S LAND CO. H. C. Campbell, Salesman YOU IHJY ANY TR Blytheville Machine'Shop I'hone 848 Found After 2:5 Veurs BELLS. Tonn. (UP> _ Twentythree years ago Mrs. E. R. Wood went out io feed her chickens and : lost her wedding rin,». Recently she ir"M i»i rl i * »..i.: i r- ., . , * e i ceding: chickens. New Defoe Furniture Co. We Trade Furniture For Anything Ash * K-K. Cash 16 Credit 1 I?.ED RYDER LOOK DON EDWARDS , SMITH CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTAJBLK 1 HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE Sl'UVICE STATION 45-Minut.e Hutlcry IltclMrjrhijj General Repairing Welding Across from Itc<l Top Cxin OLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING pHON£ Must Be Satisfactory) G. G. CaudC! II1GV Insurance OP ALL KINDS - 7S7 IIJI s ,,. .,,„, su , lx... foci. .Mn,h, c d an ,l wo or ,„, ,„„, S1)i ,, c . Plli!irm . ,rcl,e» ' •DBS. N1ES & W1ES Dr. W. S. Eastburn Chiropractic Physician n, f aud Offtcc SOI Chick. Phoni , m HORIZONTAL 1 Twin brother of Remus. 7 He was legendary of Rome. 13 Uneven. 14 Biblical priest. 16 To thread. 17 Fenced. 18 Clamor. 19 Dubbed. 20 Small child. 21 Window parts 23 Metal. 24 Title of courtesy. 25 Burial rites. 27 Waiters gratuity: "29 Behold. 30 Skillet. 31 Gazelle. " 33 New England (abbr.). 34 To makd a beginning. 36 To grow old. 38 Proverb, 40 Male sheep. ROMAN RULER Answer to Previous Puzzle 41 Female fowl ^2 To bow. 43 Vehicle. '15 Haii- ornament. 47 Wound spirally. 40 Game iish (Pi.)51 Derby. 52 You and I. 53 Sooner than. 54 Preposition. 55 Affirmative. 5G Into. SSScuthcast 59 The brothers were thrown in the river. GO A wolf saved and lor them. VERTICAL 1 Corded cloth. 2 Speech. 3 Tooth. 4 Consumed. 5 Guided. 6 Kind oi auto. 7 Sheerer. 9 Spruce. 10 To abdicate. ll'Early part of night. 12 Scarlet. 15 Family, 21 Play on word?. 22 To sink. 24 He or _ killed Kemus. 25 Agricultural tract. 26 Act of lending. 28 Rind. 30 Gem. 32 Clay house. 35 Characteristic. 36 Exdamation. 37 Half an cm. 3!) To love. 43 Animal. 44 Poems. 4G Less good. 47 Light "talk. <38 Pitcher. 40 Style. 50 Ovule. 55 You. 57 North America (abbr.). PRErKF.RS AND HTR FRIENDS FCECVCLHS , TMIS is SELWYM PE-TTIBONE / ME 't»6~&E CAR&SD 4 Y^^^lltw^ RED.' HE'S A _) ^^£2^$i$l$$$ n>GKn'cooD m^^-^C^i^m Action Ahead BY V •—W&rfe"|W' /—/$ " l * ^Im--' ^' ^y^'/b 'in—~--~-*~^t n '^TiWK)t-«"->- / V.V ^r v- / -j", . JUST RECENTLY ARRIVED _ ' ' ' \ fl_>U LAJi SELWy^, FRECKLES / BOOTS AND HF.R \-d\o'. _ KAW OEwL,\^;^ PLEASURE OP THIS DANCE?" v nri.M>i>r r Nor BAD/ AMD MOW ABOUT AFTER TME USUALLY WE I-'AVE A SPOT OF T&A OR PUNCM, DAWCE ? PERHAPS / WMAT V" DO YOU T7,r DO THEN? l/\ ^ ^~^' M THIS COUNTRY, we GUZZLE A soo^ OR SNARE A MAM- ,/ 5 u RG E fc —TME M W\YBE= FLING , A LITTLE woo/ THE BATTLH bp ^ "•( E AGES , MARY"' Two LAMGUASES EMGAQED fM MORTAL f" -^ (>',-O a fr5&$te'* %«:]Cf^ _cofLR.i»n nv NrA aepTicTiffr^ WELOSNG Fender and Body Work and I^awn Mower Sharpcnin"- D. W. CRANF0RD DeU, Art Notice When you rat'kcan Lady canned goods you can truthfully say that you arc eating- the best Frozen Foods, Eagle Stamps. We i Deliver. Phone 113?. PICKARD'S GRO. & JMKT (iec Whixx! ALhKY OOP KY EDGAR MARTLM BOOTS 60V SO \W VVtR 0\P\^V \ - SUE'S A ^5^^^ m,u^ /s ,x ^i.-./»M -•••••• KJOW OUOOIMG ^ , v WHAT?/ IF OML.V TO THOUGHT i HA.KT _J/ FIWD FRESH *£&£*£** ° M , VSjf WATER AND BOOM, BLOOEY. 1 ) / \ FOOD, I HOP& IS MORE /— UR - ^ JUMGLE-/»SWT TMAT L1KB f OLTT THEP' MOW V OMTHE WATER?/ ^LTT Not So (Joorl J4C Stl WASH __ f>V V T HAM LIN ,>'••'") According' to Fonnnla ....-..• ; ";.r\ ROY CRA:\E 80AT WITH TME BOTTLE Or COMPRESSED , .»^,, w^DA^SS •i.RO'JIsJD \\Y H C -\D T> H^= TrilS S5ARD A LITTLE MERCURCCKKSME TO RESEMBLE BLCJD "vn ^=i D T ^ THEM WHEW IM PICKED U^, IF El'PR, I HCC- l' 1 ' >A^$ ^R TH&" ' "1CTIM OF A CRASH AT <"A y " "" -'~-l^_^- c; ^ /X'^> • s»^-' -vfe*? ^l|S^ff ; ,. 'B^^^^^ss^:;^^^ fc'^2;S^^Sf% -.

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