The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1941 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1941
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARKJ COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: Dne Lime per line lOc Two times per line per day — 08c Three times per line per day..06c Six times per line per day 05c Month rate per line 60c Card of Thanks lOc line Minimum charge 5Cc. Ads ordered for three or six times And stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of timc.s the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing om- i>ide 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 rate No responsibility will, be taken for more than one incorrect inser- lion of any classified ad. For Rent Salesman Wanted 2 room furnished or unfurnished apartment. Call GOG. 23-ck-28 Furnished House. 5:30 P.M. Call 924 after 23-ck-30 4 room aptirlmenl. 124 E. Davis. 22-pk r 2G Comfortable bedroom. Private entrance. 515 Walnut. Phone 351. 22-ck-tf Three room ['urnishecl apartment Newly decorated. GOG N. Fifth. 22-ck-tf Modern 3 room furnished apartment, telephone, garage. 120 Du- 6 mi. Mrs. Belle Wood. Phone 785. 15-ck-tf If you are not making $1.00 per ht.ur, See Mr. Woolery, 701 Ash St., Blytheville, Ark., 'from G to 9 in the evening. This ad is not run to attract munbers, but to select 3 or 4 men who are Qualified to deal with farmers. Must have car. Your record m u s t .stand inspection. No investment. Expenses guaranteed while in training. Afie 25 to GO years. 23-pk-28 Front bedroom, private entrance. Modern conveniences. Phone 857. Garage. 21-ck-tf For bale. Fixtures and stock of small grocery to be moved. Very cheap. Phone 804. 23-pk-3U BUILDING MATERIALS All windows, doors, sasn, asbestos shingles,, lumber and other material; bein» salvag-j •• ed from the Courier -News'* building now being raxed. SEE H. W. HAINES OR W. L. HUGHES AT THE COURIER NEWS. 1 fccdrcom convenient to bath. f53U W. Walnut St. Phone 627-W. 21-ck-tf Large front bedroom, upstairs. Men only, (513 Walnut St., Phone 1031. 21-ck-Lf WANT PLEASANT OUTDOOR WORK in a business ol' your own? Good profits selling over 200 widely advertised Rawlciuh home/farm necessities. Pays better than most occupations. Hundreds in business fi to 20 years or more. Cash or credit. No experience needed to st art — we teach you how. Company representative will be in Blytheville on May 5. Write today for full particulars. Address. J. A. Laws. 27 Rawleigh Building, DcSoto Station, Memphis. Tennessee. 1937 International Pick-up >- Ton 1939 International : '>i Pick-up Slake Body... T V ires Ford Ton Personal Bedroom with private entrance . lrmersprm» mattress. Call C3G on ft ,^ apply 1QG2 Hearn St. j [ion gas 4. Room house at Yarbro. Running water. Electric lights. Mrs. E. B. Lloyd, Route 1. lD-pk-26 Large bed rooms, double or twin beds. 1031 W. Main. Phone 2. 17-ck-5-17 2 Large Furnished rooms with kitchenette. 708 W. Main St. 17-ck-tf 3 room furnished apartment. 719] Chickasawba. Mrs. Ramsey Dun-' can. IG-ck-U' Sluggish Liver, work to rid yourself of cons pains, and that sour, unk feeling. Take one box of KIKBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS PICK-OPS & U TON TRUCKS Look at tlic'so Prices. You can't boat them anywhere.' $150 $385 $479' $389 $125 $390 $150 , $229 $330 REPOSSESSED TIUKS A IK TOM LITTLE HARDWARE CO. Help Wauled U 1 KT wiih experience. Write Box 'VS". Courier News. 22-ck-U' Kor Sale or Trade 15M1 Plymouth lis Ton Truck HS-:!Mly used. Mrs. K. M. VERNON GOSNELL, Ark. l«-pk-25 Miuuows for Sale Goldfish and Shiner* '100 E. Main Phone «00. G. C. Hawks. V.i-ck-5-rJ Solar Mrlii In Ob, hi reunifies. HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION •15-Minulti Butltiry Rocliiirjjlnjf Central KcpairlnR, Weldinif Acrtiss from lU'd lop Gin BEFORE YOU BUY See Our Line.of Air Conditioned Refrigerators CITY ICE CO. North II'way 01 I'hone 220 London hud .sun, while SMASHING THE USED CAR MARKET Pick-uj) Used I'ars All Mukes. See Sid Bry-l tfctinburKh. .Scotland, hail l.hem in e:tif. North Hinhwuy lil. H5pk5-lG| ,. ua }m ;m( | 1(iw mul , U1 ul _ most total in !(!!)<!. WD Chevrolet 'j Ton Pick-up ISVJii Clu'vroh't Pick-up Stock bed 1939 Ford Pick-nil I'Ok SALE NiiT i I'sidi'iH'c on ICast Davis, • r > nmms and bath. I'rii'i' SUtlKK Sr»c» '.liuvii, $2t) monthly. THOMAS I,AN1>'CO. II. C. Oampntill. Salesman 19J5 Ton Truck. G.M.C. r-i- Ton W.Base. Slake Body H)38 Chevrolet S.W.13. !'.• Ton Truck Volr.inm-s arc Itruct'irial ' Murh ol I he earth's wealth hn.'i boun Kivon lo it by volcanoes. Diamonds, nold, lUo-i'.ivmj; KUSCS, .soil and water arc: brought to the sur- taco through their chimneys, 193'j-Ford. 1 4 Ton. Tandem wheels and body. New motor installed $525 White Rock Fryers. 620 Clark St. Phone 905 W. 22-pk-5-2 One Philco radio. Cost S119. Will take S35. Call 636 or apply 1052 Hearn. Adding Machine $40.00. Office 800- pound safe S40.00. Thomas Land Co. - 21-ck-28 3 small houses, new and repairer!. Now ready for you to see. You can buy with small down payment and then monthly like rent. Phone 1128, Rollison & Cagle. 19-ck-tf Household Furniture In Excellent Condition. lOO-W.-Ky. St. Phone 3-room unfurnished apartment on East Main. Call KMu-W. Mrs. J. F. Smith. 12-ck-tt Modern 3. room njnu'imenE. Butane gas heat and for cooking. Stoves and range furnished; Venetian blinds, inlaid linoleum on kitchen and bath, screened-in porch Upstairs. Garage. 911 1 /-: W. Walnut. Call 98. 9-ck-tf LEARN TO TYPE THE TOUCH METHOD ON Brand New Typewriters Instructions $4.00 per Month Mrs. Don Edwards 111 S. 2nd St. Phone 511 PoulLrv Yum- old Truik or ;i small amount of cash will swinj; Hie dual. Terms to suit you. Tin: Lar^t-st I'svd Car Dealer hi Town. PHILLIPS At Stud UK!) IMcDONAU) DAK 13 Keg. No. UiitKl This Hrj;isleiTi{ S-gaitril Combination IJ:vnir*s Stulliini will m:iKo 15)11 season :il lUythi'villr F:iiri;roim«K |.'or Tecs, bookings, in- iiit'nnuatioM wrilc Ulylhevillo, Ark. W. L. TATF,, \V!0 AKW TAKING IT KOOiM FOR MOKE NE ON THE CHIN. V TRUCK MUST MAKE .$430 1129. lG-ck-5-16 Good Used Hay Press, 1 Heavy Duty McCormick Press. Size I6x 18. 1 year. old. $415. Paul Byrum 15-ck-tf International Truck, D-15, 1 ton Dual wheels. Short wheclbase Good for trailer or bob. Perfec condition. Reasonable. Joe Craig, phone 826-J. 2-ck-tt One new modern house. Kentucky St. James Coston, Osceola. Ark. 2-pk-5-2 3 room apartment, furnished or unfurnished, newly decorated. Corner of Main and Second St. Phone F. Simon, 764 or 1170. 7-ck-tr Baby Chicks Custom Hatching; Marilyn Hatchery Phone 742 Blytheville 24-pk-4-2<= Mechanically disturbed tVi:t, .slnuned and wenkencd arches cause an imbalance of tht: entiri' spine. I'ninlul t'irt- not only rc.sult, but many remote pains. Vi\\i\ in leu muscles, knees, hips, low-buck aches, head-aches, digestive disturbances, etc. are oftentimes' traced to painful I'cet. Ostciopnthk: adjust men t.s anci inini.strations and properly titled shoes corrects such \\r.\\) Chevrolet 1 '/ 2 ton Dun! Wheel Truck 1 <);W. Korcl VS Pickup Truck *. §'M$ IMS Chevrolet \V t Ton Dual Wheel Truck '.§341) 1038 Chevrolet •/> Ton ridt r u|> Truck : .§31*). UMO Dodji'c 3/1 Ton Truck. Slake- liody $'154 1!>;5!) Chevrolet Cub Over Engine Truck. '.§489. I DM Dodtfe \V> Ton Truck. Dual Wheels §4<50 |»);',7 Docile \'i Ton rick-up Truck $2(>5 l!):5(i Dodji'e 1'ick-up Truck. . v . • § ™ 1037 l«'ord VS Pick-up Truck .§275 Hasy G. M. A. C. fnyment IMan Open Nights and Sundays LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. iMiont! G33 DOM EDWARDS M»n" Notice 2 Rooms Furnished. 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 5-pk-5-5 Unfurnished rooms with garden, l-lirnlshed apartment $10.00 per month. 914 Hearn St. 2-pk-5-2 '^.rge bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat, ivfeif. preferred; Come* Harry Golden at Manila has taken over his store and will have 1000 items to select from. Come to see me at Curve. 18-pk-25 When you cat American Lady canned poods you can Irulhfulb say that you arc eating the best. Fro/en Foods, Eagle Stamps. We Deliver. Phone 1133. * PICKARD'S GRO. & MKT. Otiickasawba and .umbur I. 10th. Phoiu 23-ck-W 3 room furnished apartment;, 209 West Ky. Mrs. Sisk. 20-ck-ti Corona adding machine. One Corona Standard Portable Typewriter. Like new. Cafi be seen at Don Edwards. Phone 511. 21cktf Hay and Corn. D. R. earner, Armorel, Ark. 1-ck-tf Room for employed woman. Phone 239. 1028 Main. " 29-ck-tf 3 room apartment Furnished! 809 Hearn St., Mrs. Wheeler. 25-ck-ti Desirable bedroom, twin beds. Men preferred. 1017 Walnut, Phone 102. . 26-ck-tI Good used hay press, 1 heavy duty McCormick pres.s. Size 16x18. Looks like new. 1 year old. only baled 21 acres, equipped with tiond rubber tires. S495. Paul 15-ck-tl Upright Pumo in Rood condition. CORl ' Will take S50.00. Call Fowler's Drug Store. Phone 141. 3-ck-tf Good used Hay Press. Heavy duty McCormick Press. Size 16x18. 2 year old. $375.00. Paul Byrum. i5-ck-tf Well appointed 4 room apartment, with good heating plant. Call 197 21-ck-tf Washing, Ironing or BIankc:s 15c each Maytap Washer—Drying Room Villie Beil Green, behind City Ice lant. H.W. 61 North. 9-ck-10-S For Rent Desirable furnished apartment. 207 North 5th street. Phone 8-iG-W C. S. Baggett. , 31-ck-tf desirable furnished apartment. 207 North 5th Street. Phone 84G-W C. S. Baggett. 31-ck-tf \ Room Apartment, 719 Ash St. Phone 7^7. 25-ck-tl PIONEERS' BOAT- HORIZONTAL ] Vessel which |H| I 'AlWIAiTHtA brought ' ~^ " colonists to America. 9 H could — Answer to Previous Puzzle MILCH COWS Several Nice Jersey cows with new calves. Part Cash, balance .fall terms. Toe Horner or Crockett Wright, Manila 10-ck-5-JO Grrxl uscci iiay press. 1 heavy duty McCormick hav press, size 16x18. 3 years old. $300. Paul Byrum 15-ck-tf 19 Transposed (;ibbr.). 21 This boat landed ;>l Rock. NORTHEAST ARKANSAS *ND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Improved and Cut-Over Land ANY ^TZE TRACTS Small Down Paymcnf FARM LOANS "'AT LOW RATE OF INTEREST Riales Land Co. Cooper Bldg. Across from City Hal' Phone 40D Weldin Flrrlrir and Acetylene ;i burden of IRQ Ions. 14 Necdlc- shapcd. 15 Nalivc of Ind'uuia. 17 Horse food. 1U Surfeits. 110 Quoits" pin. 21 By. 22 Bearing cirri. 50 To cure. 3 Twelve 2H To card wool. 52 Pertaining lo months. 25 Low Dutch sound. 4 Ofi'.spring. (abbr.). 53 Murmurs as a =5 Behold. 2G To challenge. cat. " G To change into 2R Liliaceous tree 54 Rccrcttcd. bone. 29 Homelike. 515 Opposite of in. 7 Fatigued. 30 Exclamation. 57 To peal. 8 Genus of 32 Rodent, 58 It brought the ostriches. o-l Graduated set fathers to ') Company of bowls. America. (abbr.). 3G Mien. 59 Some of these 10 Tree. 38 Small ox: colonists had H Public 39 Knife wound. lived in . disturbance. 41 Soft cap. VERTICAL 12 To contradict. 55 Doctor •54 Fiddler. 1 Mother. 13 Year (iibbr.). (abbr.). 48 Rove-mice. 2 Pained. Ifi Hops'kiln. 57 Pkira! 22 Causes to cohere. 24 Errors. 2C Portions of medicine. 27 Mercenary. 29 Cabin. 31 Female fowl. 33 Bone. 35 Therefore. 37 Diplomacy. 40 Sweeping tool. 42 Pertaining to air. 43 Heavy club. 45 God of sky. 4(i Footway. 47 Ell. 45 Epilepsy .symptom, 4i) Small bird. 51 Limb. 53 Chum. WELDING Fender and Body Work and T.awn Mower Sharpening D. W. CRANFORD D«1I, Ark. - Lawn Mower Lawn Mowers Sharpened. Blytheville Machine Shop. Call 808. DHS. NIES & 1NIES HlvMi«:villo, Ark. Phones SI0-1122 i & Walnut Sis. I'hom: K10-H32 BY KOY CUANK Surprise A (lack AMD 1 HAVE TAKEKJ ALL 1 Ht CAUTIOK15 POSSIBLE. OM THIS DARK AMD LOMELV DECK 1 WILL WAIT. THEM IF THERE ARE EUEMIES WHO WOULD TAKE US' LIFE. LET THEM TRy PRER-Y^ED BE CAU6HT K1A.PPIK16. AH.TtVi FORMS., COMW6 11 WtW 1 E-UY A DIAMOND I SAYS.. SHE SPILL6 SOUP IN LAP LLEY OOP ... AN' T ME PUT, ON THERE'S /HERE'S SOME \THOSeFILTHV SOMETHING! FOR VOU,OOOLA IN THAT- L.THEY OUGHTA / SHOULP WELL. /M-LfBS ASOUTRI6HT1 SAV NOT/ fllSTEW, X'VE GOTAHUNG OSC/3vR BOOM 15 ON THAT LIKE THIS...)! snip. ...go PRESSED IM BAH.' X BUMPED MV STARS,OOP..,':\.OFF'M A PIRATE... WHAT'S THE IDEA.? \ AN' OUTFITS FOK. V.VMECE PIP VOU I VOU AN' OOCLA C-ET THOSE /TOO... AN' THAT IDEA T'VE &OT. T \ OSC/3vR BOOM 15 ON THAT S...)! snip. ...go PRE HIS IDEAS \ THESE PUDS, WE TOO OFTEM JSHOULDW'T HAVE AMY BLOW UP ../TROUBLE BOAROXTHR6E OF 'EM WITH' A PIRATE 1 vOUT RUFFLtM'A H AIR.. IT'LL BE A CtNCH... AND BESIDES, W6 CAM'T 5TAV .. MERE/ WOULD BE SUICIDE/ iSvWil^ BOARD OURSELVES BY MERRILL Surprise, Pop! ECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AMD IF 1 START RUACMIM' •FOR- THE CUT OFF N\Y ARMS AMD CALL --AMD \AJED LIKE YOU TO MAvyE" WITH US- CAM YOU WHY DON'T WE INVITE" TO HAVE W/ITH US TOMORROW I'D LIKE TO THAMK HIM FOR. WHAT HE'S DONE / NAUST BE TT^E BuT FRECKLES WAVING DlNMER. WITH JUME THESJ I-IE VJOMT 6F MERE "to LEARM THAT Ti-ns TM1MG WAS A COMSPIRACY/ , GET ME HILLSIDE a4i / ^lu^\BER TOWN corn, iwt OYNEASERVICE. INC. V.M.HLO. u.S.'PA HY FRED HARlMAM V ; ".J^ Schoolnmsle RED RYDER I WARMED VOU -TO KE£ AWAY FOR YOU, DECKER, BUT YOU "D OWAJ HER.' i SEBV^t. INC, T. M BL&. O. 5. F>(~. S BY EDGAR Who, Indeed? ROOTS AND HF,R HUDDIES

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