The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1942 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 14, 1942
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TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,'), COURIER NEWS pAdf fflvar [ft CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecu- I live insertions: One time per line 10c Two times per line per day....08c Three times per line per day...06c Bix times per line per day 05c Month rate per line 60c |Card of Thanks. lOc line . Minimum' charge 50c. , Ads ordered for three or six times land stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment I of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy I submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easing computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular [Insertions takes the one time rate. I No responsibility will be- taken I for more than one incorrect inser- |Uon of any classified ad. For Rent For Rent B-fdroom, 1221 W. Ash, call 2248. 14-ck-22 3 nice bedrooms. Msn only. .1103 Holly, dial 2348. • . 14-ck-tf For Sale Bedroom, men preferred. 205 Dougan, phone 2559 after 5:30. 13-pk-21 2 room house. Dial 3133. !3ck-lG 4 room furii. auarlment, private bath: Phone 3239. ll-ck-15 Front bedroom, private entrance, adjoining bath. Call 2140'. 627 Walnut. 13-ck-tf Large Floor .Sander per hr".....50c Small Floor Sander per hr 25c Electric Polisher—half day 50c We stock E. L. Bruce floor cleaner and finishes. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Phone 551 19-ck-4-19 Two furnished rooms. 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 24-ck-tf lily Klass Exterior Paint, gal. $2.50 iLinseed oil^ p;r gal 1.45 ITurpentine, per gallon 1.25 Iwhite and green'stain, per gal. 1.00 |BHck"-tex Siding, per roll 3.75 C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. .- . ' 17-ck-4-17 |7 tons D & P L Cotton Seed, purity 98, germination 94'^, .delivered to your farm for $85 per ton. Phone 93, Osceola. 14-ck*22 [Bicycle built for two. Harvey Lynn Morris, dial 3248. !4-ck-29 |0ne . factory built house trailer. Makes out two full size beds. All trailer conveniences. Good tir-ss. Will sell cheap, leaving for the arrny. Call or see Joe Coates at Brown Pig, Paragouid, Ark., phone 364; 14-pk-15 |187$75. Good home, 2 barns, gravel roads, 27.5 cotton, 36 corn, 18 wheat. Good black land to good cypress loam. Will grow alfalfa. Possession $6000.00 down. Williams & Kolosickr, Risco, Mo. 13-pk-22 Apartment, offices and store bid?. in Ingram bldg. Parkhurst Co. 26-ck-4-2G Nice large bedroom, close in. Mrs. Nolen, 310 Walnut. 28-ck-tf [Dne Bicycle. Phone 3330, 1205 Holly |3t. . • ll-ck-17 3heap—Frigidaire, piano and sewing machine. Phone 2361; Ilckl7 |\ T ew John Dsere Tractor Planter. J. B. Garrison, 2 miles west of Burdette. 13-pk-17 |l lots, 1 5 room house, 2 small houses, service station. Highway 18, Herman Bombolaski. 13pk21 Front bedroom close in. 515 West Walnut. Phone 2327. 5-ck-tf Modern furnished apartment. Call 3314 or 2532. 6-ck-tf Land For Sale 3 room furnished apt., private bath, good location. Phone 3325. 14-ck-tf Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-5-H Garage, opposite Ingram Bldg., if interested call Mrs. Reidman, 2574. , 13-pk-19 Nice front bedroom. 317 E. Davis. Phone 3173. 13-ck-tf Pour comfortable bedrooms convenient to bath. 1041 Chickn- «a\vbn, call 3193 after G p.m. 10-ck-17 TWO CIIOICK FAKMS Pine 320 acre farm 2 miles south of Hayti. Might consider dividing. Extra good improvements. Also 103 acre tract G miles north of Hayti. Extra good land near school and church. 1 mile west of Highway Cl on gravel road. Both farms have electricity. Both farms will grow alfalfa, fine alluvial sell. See Charles W. Reed Jr. Hayti, Mo., owner. 8-ck-5-8 If you want to buy more Defense Bonds SUM. US THE FURNITUKK YOU AKE NOT USING for cuslt! Also liberal trade-in allowance 1'or old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main " Phone 23WJS Two comfortable bedrooms, convenient to bath. 1037 Chick. Phone 2284. , 10-ck-18 Two 80 acre farms, one 100 acre farm, one 40 farm. E. B. Gee Cotton Co G-ck-tf Amy Modernizes Old Caboose CAMP CLAIBORNE, La. (UP) — I The army has streamlined "the lit- tie red caboose." in the old caboose 1 the brakeman .sat in n cupola in a ."monkey seat" overlooking the tons of the cars, in ths new car built by the 71Uh battalion he sits in one of the six-foot wide windows extending a loot from both sides of the caboose. Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist tilytliKvlIlc, Arkansas SPECIALS' Extractions 51.01) Full Up'r & Lower Plates $25.00 (Extractions Included) Wanted Salesman to work inside. Would Thief Takes Ice Skut»s, Fan RICHMOND, Va. (UP)—<A thief who broke into a storage looker like to have man with experience, lc f' e J - s l 31< <>P!irecl for almost tiny- in show window decorating. Tom tlhlng the weather may bring. Little Hdwe. Co. 8-ck-tf ' P 9 lic -.^Poi'tcdho stole a pair of ice skates and an electric fan. Rcfinisti Your Own Floors! RENT OUR SANDER! —Phone 515— Tom little Hdwc. Co. Try our "Own Made*' ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn WE FIIX-ALI, DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOO MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main A Lake Phono Dragline operator for small mn- cliine. E. B. Gee Cotton Co. G-ck-tf j Nicely furnished bedrooms. Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone 3264. 26-ck-tf Comfortable Bedroom. Twin Beds *>• Closets. S f pflTn FeRfr. M<*n Only Mrs. f. G. Sudbury, Ph. 2413. 7-ck-tf 2 room anarlmeht. and sleepine; rooms. 114 W. Ash. Mrs. Paul Kimbrough. 2-ck-tf 1 stearii heated bedroom. 818 Walnut. Mrs. F. Simmons. 2-!8-ck-tf 3 room furnished apt. Call 2986. ; - . 17-ck-tf Newly furnished and unfurnished apts. Butane heat furnished; Call 565 or 2595. 4-ck-tf Office space. Thomas Land Co. l-ck-5-1 Bedroom for ladies only. Velma Seymore, 40! E. Kentucky. 17-ck-17 Comfortable bedroom ad joining bath. 1000 W. Ash, phone 2790. 31cktf REPAIR SERVICE Radios - Washer Motors - Bicycles GUARANTEED SERVICE Clvrt* Ll.iyd—Horace Wakeflfld At Parfchurst Co., Phone 9GG 23-pk-4-23 Wanted to Buy Stpel wheels to fit T-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-4-23 Homes For Sale 7 room home, Chickasawba' Ave.. one block of high school. 80 foot front, double garage, ideal location, ch-rap at $3000.00 G room home Chickasawba Ave., fair condition, close to Post Office, for ! $2200.00 5 room home, three lots, .south Lilly Street, new, for cash $1750.00 Also some nice vacant lots on North Second, East Davis, and Chickasawba Ave. W. M. BURNS, Realtor ll-pk-15 On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. 30G E. Main Phone 26GO CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale AU, SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 D. S. tancy Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. Found Two bedrooms, for men. 700 W. addie horse, 5 years old, chestnut' rel, trained walker, can fire •Walnut. 31-ck-tf for' quail hunting for two seasons. Will' also work in harness. Horse, complete with practically new Buena Vista saddle and bridle, $175.00. Jess Homer, Sheriffs Office; 10-ck-18 |00 Chick Kerosene Brooder. Call 2480. $3.50. . . 9-ck-17 |?irst class restaurant equipment sufficient to equip modern cafe. Write or see Owner, Missouri Pacific Cafe, Charleston, Mo. O-pk-17 Jrocery and market, 430 W. Ash St.. Max Parks. 8-ck-15 .arge cafe. C. C. Craig, Leachville, I Ark. 7-ck-5-7 property on Broadway arid West End. S. N. Needham, 417 N. Broadway. 3-pk-5-3 Comfortable Bedrooms AdjoininR —Bath._1017 ..Walnut. _Phone_251G. 21-ck-tf Redroom with innerspring mattress, private entrance, near Phone 2268, 1113 Holly. Between Batesville and Newport, tire, mounted. Aron Cummings, Dell, Ark. 9-pk-17 Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! BlythevilleTireCo. bath. dhj Highway 61 North Phone FOR SALE Four-room residtnce. Close In. Price $1,350.00, $450.00 cash and balance $12.00 per month. Possession at once. Thomas Land Company II. C. Campbell, Salesman Defoe Furniture Co. 12G E. Main St. •Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you can trade your old furniture in on new. SPRAY MINTING I. SHEPHERD Phone 2272 lilythcvillc IN PED BALL, DAC/ A P P Y || 0 U K Grocery & II Market 109 W. Main St. Phone 48!5 FKEE DELIVERY H PITTED BY Doctors J. L. and J. C. OPTOMETRISTS IN BLYTHEVILLE SINCE 1922 209 W. Main St. Phone Plastering BOB MALONE Blylhcvillc. Plaster, Stucco, Concrete. Phone 2078 FOR GREATER VALUES ^BETTER USED CARS. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. 19J1 Huick Special Clul> Sedah. Large CIOIC Radio, heater. Driven only l^OuV city mi. VIVTV' S74S $739 $895 $745 S369 $395 $319 $295 HMO' Ponliac 2-Door Sedan. Large Radio. Low mileage, real clean; Only 1910 Ford V8 Deluxe 2-doo'r sedan. Lotoks & runs tike 1 new. A steal at .10-11 Dodji-e 2-Door Sedan: Radio* arid' heater,. See this one today; for' .HMO Chevrolet town Sedan CHv driven 19W Ford V8 Tudor. Green Colhr. Today . IMS Chevrolet Town Sediiti. Special 10:57 Chevrolet Coupe. A good one for ...... 10:17 Plymouth Coiijie. A business car Don't Dcfty;.'Buy Today , Easy G. M. A. C. Payment-Plait We Never Close Sales'Deptl Open Until 9 p.m. u: UNITY. MO. (irp)—A Rhode island Rwl him cntiM'ocl in .the Mon- ofj'B-laylns contest by G. 13. Coiislnblc easily won the' Febr'uary prine when 11 produced 28 eggs- one for every clay of the month. Arouse Sluggish Liver, work off trie bile' to rfti ourself of constipation* pains, and that sour, ' punk feeling. Take one box of_ KIRBY'S ACTIVE LIVER TILLS WASH TUBE'S Lead 1 On, Lieutenant BY ROY CRANE DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" 'ROYAL,' SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE ; TYPEWRITERS ;118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) |3aby Bed. Call 260G. 3-dh Washable Kalsomine $1.10 package for 75c public Service Paint in Lead, Brown % Die. Green 1.40 |Vhite % Green'Stain. l.CC Repair % Remodeling Loans C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Phone 551 17-ck-4-17 l^ertiliier. .dirt, cinders, SI load. Local hauling. Phone 3157. 26-pk-4-2G ptrawberry plants. J. C. Harnish, 1719 Chickasawba, Blytheville, Ark. 23-pk-23 pOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Huey's Grocery, Highway 18. 23-pk-4-23 pool room with two tables, good business also beer and wine. '41 Model Ford, 9.000 miles, good condition, good tires. Reason for Sale, going to Army—Luxora, Ark. 17-pk-4-iT BABY CHICKS JI Varieties. Cnstom Hatching. MARILYN HATCHERY Highway 61 North, Blylheville WE mm YOU! SAVE YOUR ANTI-FREEZEH Reliable sources are advising .ill motorists to save their present anti-freeze because it is likely there will not be another drop on-the market for sale until after the war is over. LET US HELP YOU If you will'drive your car to our filling station or service cle- parl.ment we will drain your present .inti-free/e out of your radiator arid blocli and put it into glass jugs so that you may take it horn? and save it for use next winter. We will refill the radiator ind block with clean water and check for any water leaks. WE FURNISH .TUGS AND DO THE WORK ALL FOK ONLY 75c ON ALL MAKES OF CARS. Drive Your Car in Today—While the Jugs Last. Loy Eieh Chevrolet Company "We Repair and Repaint Bicycles'* LUMBER, Mill to You. |fo. 2 kiln dried 4 inch C.M., truck loacT per M $35. No. 3. better than most No. 2, 4 in. CM., load $28 per M\ 2x4. 2x6, No. 2, per M S36. 6 in. C.M. No. 2, load psr m $37.50. Better lumber cheaper. Windows, roofing, doors, etc. wholesale. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck-5-7 Lost RECTAL PAIN DECEIVING Ecctal pain may deceive yon. Examination should fc e thorougn and by a. specialist who knows and understands rectal diseases and made it a special study, ami avoid, very probably serious trouble later on. Rectal pain may be from torn crypts often the beginmn:; of fissures, rectal abscesses fi^tnla or cancer. Inflamed hemorrhoids arc always a source of irritation and nervousness. All these ailments, except cancer, arc treated and cured by our office methods. DRS. NIES & NIES CAPTAIM EASX J.5. ARMY 1MTELLI6EWCE 600D.' IT WAS X BLAZE5! fvJECE55ARY TO 1 MAKE CERTAIN. PAWN- A»E JW OUTPOSTS. N is UTTL I AM LIEUTENANT HERWANDEI OF THE PHILIPPIME COL}T5,SE TO Pv\EET EUT)M SUCH TRAILS ALLEY OOP BY V. T. HAMLIN REGARDLESS OF \ IF HE 15, THEN \GO5H,T DIDN'T KNOW HOW HE TALKS,I HE COULP HELP\VA HAD MONSTERS/ OKAY, STILL SAY HE'S / (J5 TRACK POWN IN TH' TWENTIETH f CHIEF... THIS MONSTER' yCEWTUKV/SURE, /.gfjl,^ HUNTlNJfa /I'LL BE GLAD /< ABOARD/ .• i Air •"%>>. "••;^i^- • f,?'> ' V FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS F r r Sounds Plausible' I WONDER. WHY FRECKLE9 Hfc'S FALLEN FOB. A COULDN'T k^Ep OUK FKOSfy ? DAINTY NAMED JUDY, DOWM'AT THE BANK I BY MERRILL BLOSSER SO HE PROBABLY FIGURED OUT A COMPLICATED WAV lb TAKE HER. OUT AMD LEAve YOU TAPPING YOUR FOOT/ ISN'T UNDER.- SAYS HE'S A~" > DON'T START A FIGHT IF } OOKT WORRY, JUDY-~ :COULO LICK THAT 3UY WITH BOTH HANDS TSED BEHIND YOU RED RYDER Clintc 514 Main Jvillc, Ark. Phone |*o1d rimmed glasses in Guard's Brown leather cast. 201 W! Vine. ll-ck-18 steak platters, value $1 each. Please return to Rustic Inn, J. E. Halsell. ' 13-ck-20 Farm Needs firing us your poultry, hog and stock health problems. We carry a complete fresh stock" serums, vaccines. Dr. Hess Tonics- and disinfectants. Woods Drug, Store t Main and Railroad. 10-ck-lO Don't Neglect Your Ford Minor Repairs NOW will eliminate expensive overhaul jobs. Let us prove it with our Motor Tune-Up $3.35 Insures extra Gas Mileage, less oil consumption, easy starting and smooth operation of your motor. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Drive In Today—Tomorrow May Be Too COMPLETE 24-HR. SERVICE. TEL. 453 BM1RY F£E \S FIVE DOLLARS. HOW ttUCrf TO EN1£ •THIS WHATS TOP Some l*rize BY FRED HARMAW BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ( Not So Fast, Pug BY EDGAR MARTM 9OGA LOOKS • • J i,^"*\ __ \ a ^''.^ J T- COPR. 19*2 1Y NCAStJVKE. INC» T~M. Bgc] 'u. S.'?*f. QfT. A

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