The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1942 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 23, 1942
Page 9
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THURSDAY, .APRIL .23, 1912 BLYTIiEVILLR (ARK.), .COURIER NEWS roR SALE L CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for cons«cue insertions: time per line lOc /o times per line per day 08c iree times per line per day.i.OCc : times per line per day 05c mth rate per line GOc rd of Thanks lOc line Minimum charge 50c. s ordered for three or .six times d stopped before expiration will charged for the number of times ad appeared and adjustment bill made. Ml Classified Advertising copy jmitted by persons residing out- e of the city must be accom- nied by cash. Rates may be easi- computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular erlions takes the one time rate. o responsibility will be taken more than one incorrect inser- n of any classified ad. FOR REN A City's Wants atissified For Your Benefit .PAGE NINE For Sale For Rent For Rent House. Apply 1044 Chickasawba. Comfortable bedroom, 50G Walnut. 23-ck-tf Furnished house. Ph. 2919 or apply after 5:30, 1601 W. Ash. IScktf Nicely furnished 4 room house. 1411 W. Main. 22-pk-30 rooms and bath, Dugau St.; 4 nns. and bath, Franklin St. L. Fowler, G31 Walnut. 22-ck-25 Four room furnished apartment. Phone 2109, Mrs. E<l\vin Robinson. l8-ck-25 Modern 3 room lurntxhc-d apartment. Newly decorated. Corner Main and Second. F. Simon, Ph. 3373 or 3192. 4-ck-tf :omfortablo bedroom adjoining bath. 1000 W. Ash, phone 2790. Slcktf Office space. Thomas Land Co. l-ck-5-1 3 nice bedrooms. Men only. 1103 Holly, dial 2348. 14-ck-tf acres near Dos Arc, Ark., for liuick sale, $800. Write Box C, Courier News. 23-pk-5-l luse, built Nov. 1941: l'~ story, pe Cod type; 5 rooms and ti'lo |h; porch, attached garage; Tcctric automatic water heater, .'enetian blinds, carpet on stairs; G'6xl45, shrubs. For showing 'hone 428, Osceola,* Ark. 23-ck-l Iredo beans, rrcleaned an in good }hape. Phone 3216, J. H. Smart. 22-ck-tf '1 used Norge refrigerator. Jno. McHaney, ph. 2554 or 2G01. 22-ck-29 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 soy beans $2.00 per bu. P.O.B. )sceola. John W. Eclrington. 2l-ck-29 I column Simstrand adding ma- |:hine. Three States'Lmbr.'Co! 21-nk-29 I). Grown, hand picked St. Charles >:eed corn. Also Delsta,. Arksaw Laredo soy beans. At farm ir /Rosekind. W. A. Whistle. 20-pk-5-5 10 black Ford coupe, radio, heater. Ivhite sidewall tires, .seat covers. 13.000 miles. Mrs. Herman Groves. b05 W. Main, phone 2138. 18ck25 Two furnished rooms. 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 24-ck-tf Nice large bedroom, close in. Mrs. Nolen, 310 Walnut. 28-ck-tf Phone 2(505. 21-ck-tr j Lower plate false troth, found on Broadway. Owner may have by paying for this ad, 22-25 Bedroom, newly .decorated. 108 W. Kentucky. Phone :nog. 22pk29 Two bedrooms, for men. 700 W. Walnut. 3l-ck-tf Comfortable Bedrooms Adjoining Bnth. 1017 Walnut, Phone 251G. 21-ck-tf Nice front bedroom. 317 E, Davis, Phone 3173. 13-ck-tf Furnished apt., Ph. 2919 or apply after 5:30, 1001 W. Ash. ISckt'f Apartment, offices and store bldg. in Ingram bldg. Parkhurst Co.! 2G-ck-4-2G, Cattle pasture for rent, call 3359.; 20-pk-3! Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-5-l4 Wanted Washing, at home. Satisfaction guaranteed. Quilts and blankets. No call for or delivery. 104 W. FITTED BY Doctors J. L. and J. C. GUARD OPTOMETRISTS IN BLYTHEVILLE SINCE 19Z3 Mnthis. 22-pk-UG . Dragline operator for small machine. E. B. Gee Cotton Co. G-ck-tf Front bedroom close In. 515 West Walnut. Phone 2327. 5-ck-tf Nicely furnished bedrooms. Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone 3264. 2G-ck-tf Comfortable Bedroom, Twin Beds, 2 Closets. Steam Heat. Men Only Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Ph. 2413. 7-ck-tf I room apartment, and sleeping rooms, 114 W. Ash. Mrs. Paul oii"h. 2-ck-tf REPAIR SERVICE Radios - Washer Motors - IJicycles GUARANTEED SERVICE Clyde Ll;»yd—Horace Wakefleld At Parkhurst Co., Phone 9GG 23-pk-4-23 8PTICHISTOK 209 W. Main Si. Phone 2912 Briny us your poultry, hog and stock hcaUli problems. We carry a compile fresh stock serimw, vaccines. Dr. Tonics and disinfeeumis. Woods Drug- Store. Main and Railroad. 10-ck-lO California's tuberculosis death rate dwmiwd from G5.1 per 100,OCO of tin- population in 1938, to G2.G in ii);U). FOR SALE Four-room resilience. Close J n . Price $1,350.00. S150.00 caiili and balance $152.00 per month. Possession at once. Thomas Land Company II. C. Campbell, Salesman Defoe Furniture Co. J2C E. Main St. Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you cun trade your old furniture in on SPRAY PAINTING E. SHEPHERD Blytheville Phone 2272 ttcfinish Your Own Floors! HBNT OUR SAND10U! —Phone 51f>— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main A Lake Phone Dr. W. P. Brewer Dentist Blytheville, Arkansw SVECIALS! Extractions Full Up'r 8t tower Hates $25.UU (Extractions Included) Try OIIT "Own Made" Ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Wanted to Buy Steel wheels to tit F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-5-23 WASH TUBES '.•••••. IT i VOUN6 WE WARN YOU! SAVE YOUR ANTI-FREEZt!! e sources arc advising: all hiotorlsts to Save niXMrecir b«cuus« II is likely there will not be on the; market lor sale until after the war is over LET US HELP YOU If you will .drive your cur to our filling station or service de- imrinieiil wu will drain your present inti-freeze out of your i?M:: Ul "'"I'* am! ^ k ^ * la ** J«». *<> *>* y ?u may it homo and stiv will refill It any and stive it for use hext winter. \VK rURNIS!! JUGS AND DO THE WORK AIX FOB ONLV 75,= ON ALL MAKES OF CARS Drive Your Car in Today-While the Jug s j, aK t.' toy Eich Chevrolet Company "We Repair and Repaint Bicycles" There tm» 270 companies in the United Sink's stool Industry; 70 of these iin» producers of steel Ingote. 3 room furnished apt. Call 298G. 17-ck-tf Two 30-acre rnrms, one 100 acre farm, one 40 acre farm. E. B. Gee Cotton Co. 6-ck-tf Girl's bicycle. Phone 2GOG. dh If you want to buy more Defense Bonds SELL US THE FUKNITUKE YOU ARE NOT USING for cash! Also liberal trade-in allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 231)2 COTTON SEED lids No. 11 long staple, 2nd year pedigreed ssed, SG.OO per 100 Ibs. DPL No. 11-A. first year, f4 per 100 Ibs. I. L. Fisher, Holland, Mo. 20-pk-27 Iranian, puppies. Call 713. ;U: -. • . ... 17-ck-25 Boll Rowden Cotton Seed 5056, Jeresan Treated. Burdettc Plan- Ration, phone 782. 17-pk-7 Geese. J. C. Ellis, Blytheville, loute 1, Box 450. 16-ck-24 Klass Exterior Paint, gal. S2.50 hseed oil, psr gal 1.45 jirpentine, per gallon 1.25 Jhitc and green stain, per gal. 1.00 |lck-tex Siding, per roll 3.75 C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 17-ck-5-17 :ycle built for two. Harvey Lynn ton-is, dial 3248. - 14-ck-29 |rge cafe. C. C. Craj-g, Leachville, | 7-ck-5-7 ' [oporty on Broadway and West Snd. S. N. Needham, 417 N. Jroadway. 3-pk-5-3 FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF Figure It Out And You Will Figure Us In. We Give You A Better Car For Less Money. Utilizer, dirt, cinders, hauling. Phone $1 load. 3157. 2G-pk-4-2G BABY CHICKS |1 Varieties. Custom Hatching. MARILYN HATCHERY ti^hway 61 North. Blytheville •LUMBER, Mill to You. 2 kiln dried 4 inch C.M., truck load, per M $35. No. 3, better than No. 2. 4 in. C.M., load S28 r M. 2x4, 2x(), No. 2, per M S3G. Pin. C.M. No. 2, load p:-r m $37-50. Jetter lumber cheaper. Windows, roofing, doors, etc. wholesale. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck-5-7 LAND FOR SALE land for corn, cotton, alfalfa, I stock farms in Southeast (Missouri "wrier* c v e r y t h ing rows." Write for illustrated list mcl literature. 3ALEB SMITH. Land Merchant P East Malone Sikeston. Mo. 22-ck-G Land For Sale No. 4—1940 Chev. Town Sedan No. 2—1940. Pontiac 2-Door Sedan.... No. 3GA—1940 Chev. Sport Sedan....".. No. 348—1939 Ford V-8 Tudor...:.... No. 481-B—1940 Plymouth 2-D Sedan No. 493—1940 Ford V-8 Tudor No. R-1G5—1937 Plymouth Coupe.. $719 $379 No. 447—1940 Chev. tf*£AC 2-Speed Truck.. <PU«7«) No. 483—1941 Ford V-8 2- Speed cab and chassis. Long wheel- ^QQC base *£ O tJ *J No. 5C—1939 Int. ^OQC pick-up truck.... «p«^^'<' t, No. 37—1937 Chevrolet Truck. 10 ft. <t*JOC body $LiiJiJ No. 47—1938 Ford' ti*OjT V8 Pickup Truck <p*J^3 No. R-172—1935 Chevrolet 1 Ton Truck <tftQ Body <PO«/ No. :-J80-A—1939 Ford V8 T^onj? Wheelbase Truck, 12 H. new slock rack Easy G. M. A. C, Payment Plan \Ve Never Close Sales Dept. Open Until 9 p.m. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 Blylhcville, Ark- TWO CHOICE FARMS ie 320 acre farm 2 miles south of |Hayti. Might consider dividing. Sxtra good improvements. Also |103 acre tract 6 miles north of Tayti. Extra good land near school church. 1 mile west of Highway 61 on gravel road. Both farms [have electricity. Both farms will *ro\v alfalfa, fine alluvial soil. See Chark.s W. Reed Jr.. Hayti. RECTAL PAIN DECEIVING Rectal pain may deceive you. Examination should "b e thorougJi and hy a specialist -who knows and understands rectal diseases and made it a special study, a nd avoid, very probably serious trouble later on. Rectal pain m ay bo from torn crypts often the bcsitmi.iJC of fissures, rectal abscesses fi.itula or cancer. Inflamed hemorrhoids are 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 Blythivilie, Ark. Phone 2!W 10.. owner. 8-ck-5-3 Salesman Wanted SNTED—Reliable man to succeed >hn H. May as Rawloigh Denier [m South Pemiscot County. Mo. {Selling experience unnecessary to jstart. Company furnishes every- j [thing except car. Splendid opportunity to step into a permanent and profitable business where Rawleigh Products have been sold 1 for over 28 years. Good profits for a hustler. For particulars write Rawleigh's. Dopt. AKD-27- |10. Memphis. Term. Apr. 21-22-23-28-2f)-39pk Here's a Sensible answer to the car shortage. Make Your Car Last Longer 20 Years Experience in repairing ALL MAKES of cars and trucks warrants our being; "SPECIALISTS" in providing Service that is both satisfactory ami economical. Our 'Mob Prices" allow you to know IX ADVANCE the cost of all repair service. "Kcon Vm running" WITHOUT overhaul repairing by having us check the following essential items: Tires Brakes Lights, Battery. Radiator. Lubrication, Spark Plu.?s, \Vh. Alignment Tel. 453 Drive in Today. Save Money and Time PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 24-Hr. Service DOLORES WHOM ME IS TO MARRY, 15 JUST AS HAP PV ASH? A Noise Like Thunder !•*••••••••• RUN CONCRETE STOKM SEWER For Sale AU, SIXES Osceola Culvert Co. r hones 253 & (50 D. S. Laijcy Ed Wiseman Osccoln, Ark. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. 306 E. Main — Phone 2660 Arouse Sluggish Liver, work ort the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gns pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIRBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS BY ROY CRANE ALLEY OOP It's n Long Trip WHA7S TH' D1FFEREMCE WHETHER. TM TMREE OR . THIRTY MILLION? I'M AN 1ENCED FIGHTING MAN, AIN'T I YES, OOP,,, I KNOW ALL THAT, BUT,., 1 TELL VUH, DOC.,. WHEN THERE'S A WAK DM, FIRST- CLASS FI&HTIN' MEN LIKE ME ARE '. PRETTY NICE TO HAVE AROUND IF ONLY THERE WAS SOME WAV WE k ,COULD Rl6 YOU UP A BIRTH BY V. T. HAMLIN X KNOW WHAT/ SEND ME BACK V MOO THROUGH TH' TIME-MACHINE AN' I'LL GlT TH' GRAND WIZEfc TO MAKE ME OUT ONE' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 1912 RY NEA SERVICE. INC. PM. \WHV OOMT LAMDIMG FRECKLES? S> PUSH LOOK Not So Dum]) ^WHAT'S THE TROUBLE."~ i... CAWT YOU FlfOD THE -THROB? J SHE STEPPED OUT j A<SAIM WITH SBkSDYNJAMO? f VOU MEAKS... VES/LITTL& BY MERRILL BLOSSEH HOOD l-S OUT 110 THE WOODS, ANiD YOU VMAMT TO BE WHEF2B VOLJ CAW KEEP AW EVE OK) THE WOLF I HOWTOPLJ TWO AMD TWO RED RYDER Not for Little Beaver BY FRED HARMAiJJ CaOlf^G SURE !Ni HIS RDCKEtS T. w ate v«. s. PAT. SHUCKS/ THERE GOES AY DATE. •' VO ELL, LITTLE SHAVER., GUESS YOU'LL H^V/E. TO DANCE. WITH ME? ME? f^ TOO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Oh! BY EDGAR MARTIii r

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