The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1942 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, APtilL- IS, 1042 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.), COURIER NEWS PAGE mm ! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consftcu- nye insertions: One time per line 10c . Two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day...06c $Ix times per line per day 05c 'Month rate per line 60c Card of Thanks 10c line Minimum charge 50c. . Ads ordered for three or six times •nd 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 easi- ,ly 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 insertion of any classified ad. For Sale Modern 3 room furnished apartment. Newly decorated. Corner Main and Second. P. Simon, Ph. 3373 or 3192. 4-ck-tf Bed room. 622 W. Ash, dial 500. Furnished apt., Ph. 2919 or apply after 5:30, 1G01 W. Ash. 18cktf. Bedroom, 1221 W. Ash, call 2248. !4-ck-22 3 nice bedroom.s. Men only. 1103 Holly, dial 2348. 14-ck-tf Bedroom, men preferred. 205 Dougan, phone 2559 -after 5:30. 13-pk-21 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-5-19 Two furnished rooms. 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 24-ck-tf Pomeranian puppies. Call 713. 17-ck-25 Big Boll Rowden Cotton Seed 505G, Ceresan Treated. Biirdette Plantation, phone 782. 17-pk-7 House with livrhg room, 2 bedrooms, breakfast room, kitchen, sun room, bath; Garage, 3 room poultry house, grape vines and fruit trees". Life Lime fence^ around back. 411 E. Ky. Price $1*.750 Cash or half cash and balance $25 per month. Dan Orrell, 1095 Court, Memphis. _ Tenn. iG-pk-24 100 Geese. J. C. Ellis, Blytheville, Route 1, Box 450. 16-ck-24 SPEED BOAT. DEWITT BUILT, 20 ft. mahogany hull, 81 h.p. grey motor. Excellent condition. $750. See John B. McClanahan, Caruthersville, Mo. 15-pk-22 Hy Klass Exterior Paint, gal. $2.50 Linseed oil, per gal 1.45 Turpentine, per gallon L25 White and green stain, per gal. 1.00 Brick-tex Siding, per roll 3.75 E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 17-ck-5-17 7 tons D. & P. L.-12 Cotton Seed, purity 98, germination 94!•{.', delivered to your farm for $85' per ton. Phone 93, Oscsola. 14-ck-22 Apartment, offices and store bldg. in Ingram bldg. Parkhurst Co. 26-ck-4-2G Nice large bedroom, close in. Mrs. No!en, 310 Walnut. 28-ck-tf Front bedroom close in. 515 West Walnut. Phone 2327. 5-ck-tf Nicely " furnished bedrooms. Steam heat." Gentlemen. Phone 32G4. 26-ck-tf Furnished house. Ph. 2919 or apply after 5:30, itfoi W. Ash. '' I8cktf Four room furnished apartment. Phone 2109, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. AN FRANCISCO (UP)—A sci- !8-ck-2j eiitiiie. systematic and state-wide Rooms s. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. • P !ant J»B °f cork oak trees wus 14-pk-5-14 lrumcht '< ! »» California with tho in- itention of milking the sUite the Two 80 acre farms, one 100 acre greatest cork-producing region of farm, one 40 acre farm. E. B. I the world. Gee Cotton Co. G-ck-tf Wanted 3 families for farm Lloyd, Phono 717. work. E. B. 15-pk-23 It is expected that the program will add u new minion-dolhuva- year industry to the state's resources, but the first crop will not be harvested until 20 years from now. Spain nnd Portugal have been Salesman to work inside. Would the world's urea test cork-producing like to have man with experience centers, but since the Spanish civil yon wjint to buy more Defense - SELL US THE FUKNH U AUK NOT USING for nisUJ Also liberal (rude-in allowance for «!(! funiiluj-e on new. '"Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. Ml E. Main Phone Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Ulythcville, Arkansas SPECIALS! Extractions 51.00 Full Up'? & Lower Plates $25.«U (Extractions Included) Rcfinish Your Own Floors! KENT OUR SANDER! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. in show window decorating. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. 8-ck-tf chine. E. B. Gee Cotton Co. C-ck-tf REPAIR SERVICE Radios - Washer Motors - Bicycles GUARANTEED SERVICE Clyde LI ;»yd—Horace Wake field At I'urklmrst Co., Phone 9CG / 23-pk-4-23 Land For Sale Comfortable Bedroom, Twin Beds, 2 Closets, Steam Heat. Men Only Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Ph. 2413. v 7-ck-tf 2 room apartment, and sleeping rooms; 114 W. Ash. Mrs. Paul Kimbrough. 2-ck-tl 3 room furnished apt. Call 2986. 17-ck-tf Newly furnished and unfurnished apts. Butane heat furnished. Call 5C5 or 2595. 4-ck-tf Office space. Thomas Land Co. l-ck-5-1 'omfortable bedroom ad joining bath. 1000 W. Ash, phone 2790. 31cktf Two bedrooms, for men. 700 W. Walnut. 31-ck-tf TWO CHOICE FARMS Fine 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 arid church. 1 mile west of Highway Gl on gravel road. Both farms have electricity. Both farms will grow alfalfa, fine alluvial soil. See Charles W. Reed Jr.. Hayti, Mo., owner. 8-ck-5-8 \^u- in 1935. production 1m de- crea.sod so much that cork in tho United States has become scarce. 1,000,000 .Tree's a Your Normally, tho United States imported 260.COO tons of cotk annually from the Iberian peninsula, i California, with her vast wine in! clustry. is one of (he greatest suf- i ferer.s from tho present shortage. At the present time, Ihoro aro only two cork-producing plantations in tho stale. Tho first dates from 1878, and the second, sponsored by tho University of California, from 1904. Owing to the fact that a cork tree can bo stripped of its cork bark only after 20 years of growth and then can only be .stripped again every 8 years the plaining is being ndertakon on a mo.s' systematic basis over, a period of eight years. Next year 1.000.000 t.re<\s will be planted, and then an additional 1,000,000 trees for the next seven years. -Try our "Own Made" ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Wanted to Buy Steel wheels to fit "F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-4-23 Plumber Expert R'ufr-Makcr FOR SALE Four-room resilience. Close In. Price $1,350.00. $450.00 cash and balance $12.00 per month. Possession at once. Thomas Land Company H. C. Campbell, Salesman Defoe Furniture Co. 12G K. Main St. Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you can trade your old furniture in on new. SPRAY PAINTING E. SHEPHERD Blythcvilk- Phone 2272 IN RED BALL DAG/ A P P Y II 0 U 1C Grocery & II Market 10<) W. Main SI. Phono 4H5 FREE OE1IVEIIY H WE FILL ALL DOCTOUS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main & Lake Phone 28£! FITTED BY Doctors J. L. and J. C. GUARD OPTOMETRISTS IN BLY.THEVILLE SINCE 1922 HOLD EVERYTHING! BPTICRL STORE 209 W. Main St. Phone 2012 Plastering BOB MALCN Bicycle built for two. Harvey Lynn Morris, dial 3248. 14-ck-29 187 A.<T$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 & Kolosick, Risco, Mo. : ' ' 13-pk-22 Comfortable Bedrooms Adjoining Bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. 21-ck-tt Nice front bedroom. 317 E. Davis. Phone 3173. 13-ck-tf Garage, opposite Ingram Bldg., if 4 lots, 1 5 room house, 2 small houses, service station. Highway 18, Herman Bombolaski. 13pk21 Large cafe. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck-5-7 Property en Broadway and. West End. S. N. Needham, 417 N. Broadway. 3-pk-5-3 Baby Bed. Call 2GOG. 3-dh Fertilizer, dirt, cinders, $1 load. Lo«xl hauling. Phone 3157. 26-pk-4-26 Strawberry plants. J. C. Harnish, 1719 Chickasawba, Blytheville, Ark. 23-pk-23 interested 2574. call Mrs. Reidman. 13-pk-19 3 room furnished apt., private bath, good location. Phone 3325. 14-ck-tf Bedroom near bath, hot water. 215 West Kentucky. 18-pk-22 \ Highway Gl North SOUTH PARIS, Me. fUP) curitie's that deplete available supplies of materials won't bother Ralph O. Butts, who has been this village's plumber for 40 years. In his spare time, 'Hutu has become a rug-maker, drawing his signs and dyeing materials for their construction which he obtains from old clothing. Blytheville. Plaster, Stucco, Concrete. Phone 2078 "Mom writes^ she's glad I'm in the Navy—sailors are always so neat lookingI" The «im revolves onco in every 2J-day poriod, so we sec all sides of it. CONCRETE STOIIM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osccola Culvert Cd, S3 & GO S. Lnincy Ed Wiseman Osccola, -Arlc. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. ' East Main Loan Co. 300 E. Main — Phone 268ti off Arouse Sluggish Liver. . work . i.hfi hiir; to rid yourself o£ coiisi tion, gas pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIUBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! DON EDWAKDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) GOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Huey's Grocery, Highway 18. 23-pk-4-23 BABY CHICKS AH Varieties. Custom Hatching. MARILYN HATCHERY Highway 61 North, BIythevnie "" LUMBER, Mill to You. No. 2 kiln dried 4 inch C.M.. truck load, per M $35. No. 3, better than most No. 2, 4 in. C.M., load $28 per M. 2x4, 2x6, No. 2, per M $36. 6 in. C.M. No. 2, load p»r m $37.50. Better lumber cheaper. Windows, roofing, doors, etc. wholesale. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck-5-7 Lost 24 steak platters, value $1 each. Please return to Rustic Inn. J. E. Halsell. 13-ck-20 Small sack containing $15 and change, hose, check stub bearing name Seminole Austin. Finder call Rice Stix. 18-ck-21 Farm Needs Bring us your' poultry, hog and stock health problems. We carry a complete fresh stock serums, vaccines. Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug store. Main and Railroad. 10-ck-lO WE WARN YOU! SAVE YOUR ANTI-FREEZE!! Rclialiic sources are advising all motorists to save Hicir present anli-frecze because it is likely there will not be another drop on -the market for sale until after 'the war is over. LET VS HELP YOU If you will drive your car to o tir filling station or service department we will drain your present anti-frceze out of your radiator and block and put it into glass jugs so that you may take it home and save it for use next winter. We will refill the radiator and block with dean water and check for any water leaks. \VE FURNISH JUGS AND DO THE WORK ALL FOR ONLY 75c ON ALL MAKES OF CARS. Drive Your Car in Today—While the Jugs Last. Loy Eich Chevrolet Company "We Repair and Repaint Bicycles" A nnouncements The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Demo cratic primarv in August. For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON County Treasurer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Jnrtjfe ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON (for re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for fe-electiori) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) RECTAL PAIN DECEIVING Rectal pain may deceive yon. Examination should toe thorougn and by a specialist who knows and understands rectal diseases and made It a special stndy, and avoid, very probably serious trouble later on. Rectal pain m ay be from torn crypts often the beginninij of fissures, rectal abscesses fistula or cancer. Inflamed hemorrhoids arc always a source of irritation and nervousness, All these ailments, except cancer, are treated and cured by our office methods. DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main Blylhivillo, Ark. Don't Neglect Your Ford Minor Repairs N0\^ will eliminate expensive overhaul jobs. Lei 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. Drive In Today—Tomorrow May Be Too Late. COMPLETE 24-HR. SERVICE. TEL. 453 WASH TUBBS WHAT'BUSINESS HAS HE AT THE CAMPHOR •STH.L OF TITO BOUVAR? OLD X PERHAPS WHERE WHERE" \ THEy ARE L CAMPHOR TREES, OR'PERHAPS: COCKS. BUT ONE TH1W61 DO KNOW... you WILL- WOT BE WELCOME corn i?/»? »r Nr* ijfRvicr, INC, T. M. RFQII. 3, PAT ALLEY OOP Couldn't He BY V. T. HAMLIN WELL, UP TO A CERTAIKJ POINJT,S1R...BUT SAV.TH' 'STELL WE THERE'S X WAR. OM...HO\M'S CHANJCES OF ME' GtTTIM' IM OM IT? VESSIR THIS HOKJSTER THAT MIGHT 6£ ARRANGED... VOL) 1 RE APRETTy GOOD LOOKIMG PHYSICAL WELL, LET'S SEE... IKJ ASIA 1 THINK IT WAS... A ROW ABOUT SOI^E. GIRL CALLED GOOD HEAVEM5,MAW: THE "TROJAN) WAR TOOK. PLACE MEARLV 4OOO VEARS AGO/ TROY? VOU MEAM TROY, MEW VORX, OR.. FIFLST I WAS A FIELD GEMERAL AT TROY WHAT EXPERIENCE HAVE YOU HAD? ICOPn. 1942 BY NBA StRVICE. INC. T. M. REG. 0. 5. PAT. OFF. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSEH Fixing Frock's Futi f WWEN HE PUSHED ME, 1 , FOUGHT BACK, MR. RUNKXE .' I WAS AS MUCH Tb 1 AS HE WAS / FIRE YOU ? W ITH YOUR. BATTING AVERAGE ? MY BOY, I'M COUNTING- ON Y<DU TO BEAT TME FARMERS BANK TEAM / THAT WAS WHAT STARTED "THE WHOLE THING— CAMT TOLERATE- SUCH THINGS HERE ' ! I CAME OVER.lb HAVE YOU puu_ OUT THE KNIFE YOUR. FRIEND STUCK IN My BACK / WHY AREM'T YOU AT WORK , FROSTY ? BUT ME JIMMIED YOUR. BALANCE SHEETS, FRECKLES RED RYDER CurcfuJ There, Derby BY FRED HARMAiU FLAUGH ONJ LMV01LO WOOLLY ANSD fULL OF WHOOPEE* WDER'TriAT BREAK—IT WAS CUT/ YOU wirO THE RODEO.' NOW AWT THAT A OUTPOINTS RED, HE'LL THE RODEO AMD ,A DATE WITH THE SCHOOL COINCIDENCE HOOTS AND HER RUDDIER Nothing to Worrv About BY EDGAR MART 60 OO>T O'r i»*a BY NC* SCTVICC. me. f. w. ttc.u.fcp»T < .»T Phone 2\Yil

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