The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 9, 1944
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line lor consecutive isertions: inlinum Charge 50c time per lluo..., .i: times per line pe'r"day]!".""l2o :haes per line per day " So ttmea per line per day.,..!'.;; 7 0 times per line per day 6c Month per line... BOP thre ' 8 ' ,-h , , bcfore expiration will charged for the number of times IB aa appeared and adjustment of i made, .. Advertising copy ibmittcd by persons residing out- ae or the , city must be ticcom- fed by cash, nates may bo easily auted from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular scrtlons takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken r more than one Incorrect Inse'r- on of any classified ad. For Sale Business lots uptown.. Phone 3261. Three room house on Wilson Avenue. Price, $415.00. H. C. Campbell, Phone 2641. 10j9-p!t-12 Farmers. Replace dangerous old rope for less al Ward's. Three quarter inch only Co per foot, Montgomery Ward. 10-Q-ck-12 $.$$$$$$$$$$$$" PLAY SAFE AND SELL: YOUR CAR TO PHILLIPS" (ARK,)] COURIER NEWS Tyler steel cabinets, one glass show case, desk chair, wooden bins for accessories. Phone 2801. 10-0-cklO 320 acres cotton, corn & soybean farm. Well Improved, electricity, gravel road on three sides. Price 540 per acre; part cash, balance terms. Shown by appointment only. J. C. CHAPIN, Dexter, Mo. Phone 340. 10-9-pk-12 For Rent For Salt radically new white clapboard 10 room residence. Located on one and one-half acres OH East Main t>t., in exclusive residential section. Hnrdivoocl floors, butane gas two baths. This place is one of the prettiest homes in Blythevllle Price, $15.000. H. C. Campbell' Phone 2C41. J0;9-|>k-lfi nee rooms of furniture, slightly used; refrigerator, lie 13th Sc. 10-7-pk-I4 Gauge double barrel shotgun with SI shells. 410 Single barrel shotgun, c. C. Eagan, C15 Chick- uvba St., Blythevilic. lo;a-pk-is room modern house at 112 E.^Ash. Servants house in rear rented as two 2 -room apartments. Newly painted. $3500. 3 room house on East Cherry. Newly painted. $1250 Three duplexes at the corner'of Sycamore and Franklin Sts. Call Buford Martin, 565. 10-6-ck-10 KATJTY. SHOP-Fully equipped, good location. Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Cinderella Beauty Shop, • l.uxora, Ark. Phone 43. Pfc . - lo;9-pk-12 •ectrlc Kanges and .WashIng~Ma^ chine and motors. Rowen Elec- ric Co., 120 N. First St. Phone 1. 10-6-ck-13 2 room furnished apartment. 1614 W. Cherry. ' lOiT-pk-10 Tloom in private home. Steam lipat. Phone 2814. 10-9-ck-12 Large bedroom, kitchen privileges. 817 Chlckasawbu. Mrs. Myrtle Martin. 10-C-pk-lO Would give furnished apartment and salary in exchange for services in modern home. P. O. Box Box 183, Cooler, Mo. 10-7-pk-ll 3 room apartment, light housekeeping. 1125 W. Sycamore. 10|6pk9 Bedrooms. 314 N. Ninth. Mrs. W. L, Green, phone 2177. 10-3-pk-10 Bedroom, convenient to bath. 611 W. Main. Phone 3325. 10j4-pk-ll Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. 10-3-ck-tf Four-room house. Hnrve Lewis, no. of race-track. 10-2-pk-lo;8 Office la iBpwm Building. Inquire »t the Pttkhunt Co. ll-SO-ck-tt Want eft to Will pay cnsh for an accordion,-any style. Would buy small radio, too. Write or call R. H. LOCKE, Box 224, Blythcville, or Phone 953. Please state make, size, condition and price. 10-9-pk-r room, modern, stucco home, and outbuildings, on 3 1-4 acres in Pride Subdivision. Phone 2525. 10-7-pk-ll Good used 32 gimgc auto matin or double barrel shot gun. Call Mrs. Joe Uotich, 4G1. 10-dh-tf ailer House. Newly decorated Inside. Good rubber. West side of Lost Boy Grocery. Highway 18. 10-G-pk-lO ist sell— 1930 DeSoto Deluxe Sedan; radio and healer. Very clean. Tires ;A-1 condition. Call at 1915 W. Main St. 10-G-pk-7 s room -house. Price $1,100— $450.00 cash, Balance 520 per month. Possession .today. H. -.C.-. Campbell.. Phone i^^^^io'g:: ' upright meat cooler, nice War<-en (iisjlla'y case, pair Dayton scales, cash register, complete stock -of groceries, gasoline sta- .ion connected with store W R Ellis. -Phone 3228. 10-5-pk-12 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 310 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 1013-pk-18 Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAtiAN, 615 Chickasawba. 9|13-pk-13 Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 817-ck-tf e\v . cash for $10,000 J ""wbr"th "of goad' 'inseii "furfi'f- tnre. Wade Furniture Co. ?JNCER CORSETS. Mrs. John long, registered corsetiere. 133 w. Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a. in. and after 4 p. m. 10;2-pk-ll|2 ence those soybeans with electric fence from Planters Hdw. Co. 9-25-eh-25 inke & Braden of Paragould, Arkansas, have all kinds of farms for sale in Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists.. 9125-pk-ll hops, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay. Ful-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service. Blythevllle Grain & Elevator Co. 10[2-ck-tf PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS inled with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place your order now. WOOD'S D^lUG STORE. 9-2!-ck-21 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blythcville Machine Shop. ao-ck-io;3o room modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house. On : acres of land adjoining city llnv Us. Price $5850—$2850 cash, balance at $50 per month. H. C CAMPBELL, phone 2641. 10|3-pfc-17 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE wo nice 4 room homes in a pleas- Ing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms See S. Jledel, 224 Main, or your own agent. Or write Julius Jiede] 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9|16-ck-I6 </» <A tA (a). See with your own eyes (lie TOP Of'A Coiling Price al which you can legally sell your car and gel CASH, too. (b). Avoid any expense of repairing your car for sale. Such expense is assumed by Phillips without "Come- Back" on you. (c). Phillips pays you PU071IPT1A' and in CASH-no delays, no notes and no violation of the Federal Laws, -w (d). The car that you do not need very much can be 4ft important to the war effort in affording transportation to war workers. v> (e), You a $10,000 fine with your name published .. it you attempt to sell your car for more ilmn the ceiling price. How could you be sure (lie purelia.ser , A wouldn't tell wlmt he paid? (f). Ceiling prices arc holding down inflation Our *" heroic men in .service must lie protected against runaway prices. Abide by the law and get the TOP ceil- ** ing price IN CASH from Phillips. (g). Yon are not equipped lo repair and guarantee your car. Avoid selling it to a friend nwl losing his w friendship. Phillips will buy it QUJCKI,V and willimit any expense lo you and pay you CASH • •<* i<* f/\ <A GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. PAGE Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th $,$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$ Miscellaneous GIRLS — WOMEN BE A PRACTICAL NUltSLO BIG DEMAND—HIGH WAGES Instruction.' High school not necessary. Ensy lo Iciirii at home in spare time. Ages IB to 00. War demands have caused big shortage. Easy tuition payments. Prepare now for this interesting, profitable and patriotic work. Write for FREE information. Wayne School of Practical Nursing. Box W. S., Courier News. 10-9-pk-ll Wanted To Kent Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. W1U pay 200 per acre, for wire cost hangers. Hudso't Cleanert. Help Wanted Deckhands and pipe line laborers for dredge \vork Steady work. Time and one half for Saturday and Sunday and over eight hours per day. Apply U. S. Employment Service, Elytheville. If essentially employed in industry or agriculture, do not apply. Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific Co. j 10-9-pk-IG Three or four room furnished apartment for permanently iocated couple. No children. Call 400. W-8-dh-tf Two or three room unfurnished apartment or small unfurnished house. Olis Cole, phone ?.9TO. lOi-l-pk-11 4"5 orO room' unfurnished house. Call Delia Purtle at 2152. 10]3 -pk-10 First battalions of the U. S. Marine Corps are said lo have been named after the British Royal Marines. SBTC 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S D r a | S t • r • Main & Late Phone 2821 Fall anil IVinier TUNE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get All-round Fetter Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Tarts & Service 121 W. Ash Phone Z12Z FOB SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Thau Bridge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 891 OKtoli, Art 1 REBUILDER ? AliH\ver io I'rcvloit HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured U. S. Navy I engineer, \ Commodore slorqge 57 Help 58 Domesticated 59 Musical sounds B C5JMf Ef?E?; T A PV& iJIT ...AK S'TI ssm £1 LI.P NET OlP ATTENTION 1 ! or those hard-to-get items, maybe you didn't know where to go No use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST first! In busl- I ness since 1904. Everything for the home, office and school PARKHURST,' Phcne 966 — 107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-H-tf . 'ctrlc table radios cheaper at Radio Hospital. 2<H W. Ash. 9-H-pk-14 N 0, S I R ! It's not too early, right now is the 1 time to start buying those gift J items of all kinds that you didn't I know were obtainable. Also ladies' 1 and gentlemen's furnishings In handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties, I hosiery, hat^. traveling bags, mu- I Eical Instruments, and other Items 1 too numerous to mention . . . I NOW, while our store is cram- I med full and running over, PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone 968. 8-14-ck-14-tf Would consider child. Good salary, ijermanent. P. O. Box 183, Cooler, Mo. 10-7-pk-ll Boy to drive truck ajid work in shop. Apply The Flower Shop, Glcncoe Hotel Building. lo;5-ck-tf Woman to do general house work in small home one or more rlays weekly at hours lo suit worker's convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Call 461 or 2084 al night. Experienced cooks • ma wsitreuej. Apply Hotel Noble. H-ck-tl Services Will care for children during day. Call 2409 for appointment. lo;4-pk-ll Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Be- hlnti ice plant on Hwy. 61. SpC-pk-loiaB •Experienced bookkeeper open lor pnrt-time work, evenings preferred. Call 2808 9i26-pk-10H9 lfol)l)ics Cause Trouble TOLEDO, O. (UP)— Mrs. Mary E. Thompson sued for divorce from her husband. Robert T. Thompson, Phoenix. Ariz., on the grounds he "squandered his earnings on hobbles." Shr did not explain the nature of the hobbles, however. 8 He is an l expert at restoration of wrecked 13 Space 14 Winglike part 15 Terrible 1G Entangle 17 Part of plant 18 Registered nurse (ab.} 19 Negative 20 Measure of cloth 21 Distress signal 22 Dine 23 Dog's foot 24 Pro 25 Auricle 27 Wasted 20 Device for drying 32 Id est (ab.) 33 Missouri (ab.) 34 He is a diving expert 38 Brown over fire 41 High card 42 Goal 43 Distant 45 Likely ' 47 Every : 48 Music note 50 Aluminum (symbol) i 51 Like ! 52 Historic 54 Head cover 55 Place in ruined naval '^lirrjB'J bases to '" usefulness 12 Not fast VERTICAL, IV Kind 1 Similar 21 Male offs 2 Russian . 23 Invesliga mountain stealthily 3 Permit 24 Symbol I 4 Louisiana iron (ab.) 26 Area me 5 Tubs 27 Err G Beverage 28 Vegetable 7 Cognomen 30 Printer's B Separated measures 9 Possess 31 Decay 10 Republic of 35 Variation France (ab.) (ab,) 11 Fish SGAllernali ' J K. /o 21 31 W n Hi bu bb !»H 14 ^ 21 if 15 4i ^ it, 1 $| U f c^'"i ^•J/ M, d bl $1 '' $>' sj*f M MS ^ H f k ^ %& —T.^ 1 U &•<: b? U) l n 3 % Si ] E JJ- esffl ?e •3 current (ab.} 37 Rents :ring3BSo['l mineral e 39 Lubricant 10 Morning (ab or 43 Swift 44 Singing voic Tsure46 Rip 47 Helps 48 Glory 49 Mimics 51 Exist 53 Pastry 51 Vehicle 56 Upon ng 58 Toward 1 1 41 s ^ "* I? « fe in Mi. ;^ i f •0. Si !$• DQ LQ ^ Al ff 40 4K s-\ 1 °i ll 30 h 31 *1 t HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY! When It Stops-Your Car Stops Batteries wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently _go dead" without advance warning. Guard against lost lime, inconvenience and annoyance by letting us check your battery now. Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of cars and trucks, tltcrefore, regardless of the kind of car you own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel - 453 Walnut at 5th • — i — — Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Benches. lUts end Mlc« eliminated. Contract Mrvlce In fail control Biddie Exterminator} t'reo Ejlliiultn, 116 8. Third I'hone 8151 WE TIU, AUi UOCTOKV PRESCRIPTIONS AND 8AVB I'OO MONET STEWART'S Ur« e Sltr e i«ia A uk. t>h,., e« Try our "Own Mnrlc" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn furtm fr.m Hlfh Bchm For Sale 285 Acres of highly Improved land on Highway 61 four milca south of B!y- theTille- C G. Smith Elmer VULCARIZinG Tire ft Tnh« Repair :0»lt»n B«U BJ(. * B. H*T. tl (F«r»erty with Koflti Ac. ru.) ALLEY OOP A mi or CERTAINLY/ BUT THIS CARELESSNESS HftS GOT TO STOP/ TH' IDEA, IETTIN' A BIS CfVT LCOSE TO ROftWv TH' HOUSED TrtE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION' OF THE KEEPER OF MNS SOLOMOM'S SKIVES' GATS' PAILID BECAUSE OF OOPS ABILITY TO TAKE'CARE>c OF HIMSELF IVtf&lftl V OU"STILU TO'wV KXJ8T HE'5 Uy V. T. HAMLIN HE'S NO LILY,- THAT'S ^_ l FOR SURE/ WELL. /GKE6TINGs\CHIEF.'IT ^\'W\ POOBT HE'5 j KEEP AN'EYE Or4 [ SIR, THIS W A LOOK •\,i>! /%> A WARRIOR/ VIM WHILE I CO I EARLY I AT YOUR '<*%,:& I * ON WITH'MY r\MORNlN&7 PRISONERS.' INVESTIGATION ' ''&&.& ...SO XIN6 SOLOMONS . SECRET AGENT RETURNS TO THE RIDDLE OF OUR HERDS JMNTJTY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ;*y $., m MlLDA ORGANIZED A 1-tAYRIDt TO DRUM UP INTEREST IN HER POLITICAL •Inside Inl'limncc \AteW WF Go IMTO ACTION, Y8ES THEY'LL FORGET AIL ABOUT / FOOD. 1 AWD YOUR. /( CAMPAIGN! IS ONLY- fr^TU... STARTING I A( SMELiS FRECKLES AND LARD, HOWEVER, ARE WAITING FOR. A CHANCE TO TAKE rue SK>T- U6MT AWAY FROM HER-- JSy MERRILL BLOSSfc [ ARE You — THOSE OTHER. KIDS ? AI3F YOU COMMA BE INFLUENC6P BV A HOTDO6? YOU _>IDEf _ ^. ID LET YOU EAT ' NO.SIR.- NOT WITHOUT By FRED HARMAN 1 K'AS A60LJT THAI COWEOV- JOE 50 HE'S FE.R1NJ1 ia« BOOHE06W 1 Ox 1 THE WHY DOM'1 WE OE.T RID OF Hlf\? I'VE 601 A £COf?E. TO SETTLE K Hh>\, VOU CAM GO FOR A f-VM-Ci \v)ITHOUT WELL,1V\ NOT PARTICULAR.' .__ RYDER AND I'LL CUT .WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNER THE AMERICAN CAPTAIN SEEKS EANT LINK, JC-SE /~ SEWCR CAPTA1W DOES LOOK , 6UT SOME WHO HELP THE ENEMVAREHOr HE IS AMERICAN, JOSE! TAMA. TRIED TO CAPTURE HMRJR THE JAPS! FELIPE,WHO IS AlKM&fHE I Will TAKE THE CHANCE.' WE WILL MOT FIMD HIM ...'HE FINOU-. . THANKS v he* stgyicc. inc. I T. «. Btii y, a JiOOTS AND HER BUflDIKS BY EDGAR MARTIN ?>OCi\<b

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