The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 10, 1944
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19<M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rale per line for nsertlons: Jtntmum Charge Bn , time per line. [i. times per line peV day 120 tlmea per line per day ' al times, per line per day 7o 2 times per line per day £ Month per line . * 9 o° • t £ d *.°l der ? d . 'or three' or « he ad appeared'and illl made. ,,. TO ,.. CIa ssl'led Advertising cony ubmltted by persons ' Ide of the city t cash. Rates ..... "A'AV^H , frcm the abo ^ e tabt «Advertising ordered for Irregular nsertlons takes the one time rate ^- nr r? I M nSlW " ty wl " te laken ure uian oiie incorrect Inser- I any classified ad. For Soli 'radically new white clapboard 10 •room residence. LocnleO on one one-half acres on East Main in exclusive residential sce- lon. Hardwood floors, uutnnc'gns two baths. This place is one of the prettiest homes In Blytlieville Price, $15,000. H. C. Campbell, Plione 2041. 10i9-pk-lG Chrysler Ail-temp hot' air furnace Complete. Large enough for 5 to 8 room house. Tom A. Little, phone ^_ IO-10-ck-n Three rooms of furniture, slightly used; refrigerator. H6 13th St. 10-7-pk-14 iO Gauge double barrel shotgun with 01 shells. 410 Single barrel shotgun. C. G. Eagan. 615 Chtck- asawba St., Blytheville. 10i9-pk-15 rwo electric motors, one 1-3 hp one 1-2 h.p., one 16" prewar section mold, one large steam siile- wall tire and tulje spotter, used __,. -^taK Z^^S™^ Business lots uptown. Phon^ ilnll, 50 gallon water lank, 150' 9120-nk-lOI For Sale 1941 MERCURY TOWN SEDAN The body of this car has been severely damaged by lire. No damage to Chassis, Motor, Front End Etc. Cur can be rebuilt or many parts resold. 5350.00 buys it, PHILLIPS MOTOK CO. Tel. 463. 10-10-ck-15 100 acres, near Haytl, well-improved, real corn, cotton, soybean land. Price $150.00 per acre, terms, one- third cash and the remainder payable over a period of years. Smith & Gollnday 217 E. Malonc St. Sikcston, Missouri 10,10-ck-H ATTENTION! Tor those hard-to-get Items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking nil over the country- try PARKHURST first! In business since 1901. Everything for the home, office and school. PARKHUHST, Phone 9GB —107-109 E. Main. 9-H-ck-H-tf LOTS FOR SALE. In Huddle Heights Addition in East End of Blytheville, nicely located Residential Ixjts at $250.00 each. Warranty Deed with Abstract of Title furnished. $125.00 Cash with balance to suit um'Clmsor. RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453. 10;iO-ck-15 Maple Kroehlcr 3 piece sofa. Two maple occasional Hearn. tables. 1321 " rcn display case, pa scales, cash register, complete stock of groceries, gasoline station connected with store. W. R. Ellis. Phone 3228. 10-5-pk-12 LAND FOR RENT. On Gravel Road . 12 miles from Blytheville Forty- Acre Farms with Good Houses [mti Barns for rent in 1945 on "Third and Fourth" Basis. Possession this fall. Fertile Cypress Land. RUSSELL WIILLIPS, Tel. 453. Blytheville, Ark. lOUO-ck-15 $ $ $ $ $$$$?$$$$ 9|2G-pk-10J26 pound pressure tank. Englcr Auto Beautiful crocheted bedspread "Taf- . t fins, nnnnp 'JPm 1 n „*. tn • ,. ,. .... plionc 2801. 10-ck-l3 ilectric Ranges and Wnshing~Ma- chine and motors. Rowen Electric Co., 120 N. First St.' Phone isman" pattern, suitable wedding or anniversary present. Call Phillips ?1I2 before C:00 p.m. Price 530. 10ilO-pk-10jl4 ix room, modern, stucco home, and outbuildings, on 3 1-4 acres in Pride Subdivision. Phone 2525. 10-7-pk-ll 10-G-ck-13 BEAUTY SHQP-Pully equipped, good location. Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Cinderella Beauty Shop, Luxora, Ark. Phone 49. I0;9-pk-12 IG01 W. Vine St. G room house Cor- A good buy. ner lot. New Terms, $1250. 127 E. Dougan St. fi room house Pair condition. Good location. Priced [o sell quick. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone 801, Eddie B. David. Salesman 10-10-ck-13 Three room house on Wilson Avenue. Price, $415.00. H. C. Campbell, Phone 2041. 10i9-|>k-12 Fanners. Replace dangerous old rope for less at Ward's. Three quarter incl) only Gc per foot. Montgomery Ward. 10-9-ck-12 Six room house. Price $1,100— $450.00 cash, balance $20 per month Possession today. H. .C. Campbell, ^Phone 2G41. 10j9-pk-12 ? ARMALL TRACTOR AND~DISC J20 acres cotton, corn & soybean farm. Well improved, electricity, frnvel road on three sides. Price $40 per acre; part cash, balance terms. Shown by appointment only. 1. C. CHAPIN, Dexter, Mo. smooth farm land and is ready for work. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel B "by play pen. Phone 3242 453. Bh'thpviltp Ai-V ln_m ,,i. tc .,*•, 453, Blytheville, Ark. lO-lO-ck.15 ^ENCER CORSETS. Mrs. jolii •Long, registered corseticrc. 133 W 'Kentucky. Phone 3388 before B a 11. and after 4 p. m. I0|2-pk-ll|2 F?nce (hose soybeans with electric fence from Planters Co. 9-25-ch-25 Llnke & Braden of Paragould, Arkansas, have nil kinds or farms for sale In Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists. 9j25-pk-ll Chops, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay' Ful-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. I0;2-ck-tf PERSONALIZE!) CHRISTMAS CARDS printed with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place your order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-21-ck-21 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. ' 30-ck-10;30 I room modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house. On 2 acres of land adjoining city limits. Price $5850—$2850 cash, balance at $50 per month H C CAMPBELL, phone 2041. 10;3-pk-17 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes in a Ing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms. See S. Jiedel, 224 Main, or your own agent. Or write Julius Jiedel 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9il6-ck-16 I,AND FOR SALE. Five (5) Forty -Acre-Tracts (200 Acres) of fine Cypress Land at $35.00 per acre Ten miles from Blytheville toward Hornerfiville in the rapidly developing farm area now protected ngainst ilood water by rj. s Engineers. Warranty Deed willi Abstract of Title. Reasonable Terms .RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453' ^ niythevllle. Ark. I0;i0-ck-15 Electric table radios cheaper at Ra- jdlo Hospital. 204 W. Ash. ' 9-14-pk-14 NO, SIR! It's not too early, right now Is the 'time to start buying those gift Items of nil kinds thnt you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladies' .nnd gentlemen's furnishings In handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties, hosiery, liatj, traveling bags, musical Instruments, and other items too numerous to mention . . . NOW, while our store Is crammed full and running over. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone 850. 9-H-ck-14-ir Phone 340. 10-9-pk-12 WanteH to Buy Chevrolet. Phone 2277. 10]10pkl3 lOjlO-pk-17 Cash for milch cow. Also piano if reasonable. Phone 2239. lOilO-pkM Will pay cash for an accordion, any style. Would buy small radio, too Write or call R. II. LOCKE, Box 224, Blydieville, or Phone 953. Please state make, size, condition and price. ' lO-B-pk-15 $...$. $$$$$$"$$$$" PLAY SAFE AND SELL" YOURCARTOPHILLIPS^ (n). See with your own eyes the TOP 01'A Ceiling ,Price at whicli you can legally sell your oiir and ifet CASH, too. (I)). Avoid any expense of rcpniving your cur for snlc Such expense is assumed by Phillips without "Conic- ** Bnck on you. (c). Phillips pays yon PROMPTLY ami in CASII-no ** aeJay.s, no notes and no violation of (lu> 1'Y.tenil l,a\vs. -W (d). The car thnt yon do not need very much can be vt important to the war effort in affonlinjj transnortn- tion to war workers. </> (e). You risk n $10,000 fine with your name published « it you attempt to .sell your car I'm- more than Uiu . • ceilijijf price. How could y, m h,, . Slll . c UR , , )m . 0 j 1(lscl . _ wouldn't tell what he paid? ^ (f). Ceiling prices-.are holding down inflation Our** heroic men in service must lie protected ngainsl nm- uwity prices. Abide hy the law and get (lie T()l> ceil ^ injr price JN CASH from Phillips. ' (g). You are not equipped to repair and guarantee your ear. Avoid .selling it to a friend and losing his ** Ineiidship. Phillips will hny it QUICKLY and without any expense to you and pay yon CASH. w GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR * At (ARK.). COURIER NEWS PAGE Deckhands und pipe llm> laborers for drc'dfo work gtciuly work. Time and one half for Snlurdny and SiKidfiy and over elijht hours per day. Apply U. S. Umploymenl Sor- vlro. lllythi'vjlle. If csse'iitliilly oin- ployed in industry' or aRi'lculUuc do not npjily. Alliiiitlc, Cltilf ,V I'iiclllc Co. 10-9-pk-10 Housekeeper, white ovcr'ao'yciu-s Would consider child, Good ml. ary. porinanent. i'. O. liox 183 footer, Mo. 10-7-pk-ll Day to drive truck nml work In shop Apply The Flower Shop, Gli'ncoi; Hotel Dnllillns,'. 105-ck-(f Woman (o do irenornl Jmiisc work In snuill home oi)e or more cln.vs weekly al hours (o suit worker's convenience. Kair pay Mrs. Samuel K. N orris. Cull <J(J) <»• 20SI Kxperlcnccd cooks un Apply Hotel Noble. waltreurt. Rend Courier News Want Adj. Try our "Own Mnde" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn A«»«. fr«m Htfh gch»»1 «• W- PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 4ft Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th - For Rent $ $ Room in privnlc home, Steam lient. Phone 21)44. 10-9-ck-12 Furnished bedroom with kitchen privileges. 375 So. Division. 10[10-pk-n Would give furnished apartment and salary in exchange for seVviccs in modern home. P. O. Box Box m'J, Cooler, Mo. lfl-1-pk-n 3 room apartment, light housekeeping. 1125 W. Sycamore. lOlOpkO Five or six rqom house. Call 2144. lOjlO-pk-ll-lfl Bedroom, convenient to faalh. Gil W. Main. Phone 3325. 10,'4-pk-ll Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. !£&> 10-3-ck-lf Ofllce In IcgHm Building. Inquire at the Parkhurit Op; Il'-IO-ek-U Wanted Soy beans to thrash. Call 920. Har- t vey Edingcon: lujlO-pk-17 If you want (a buy more Wur Bonds SELL US THE FURNITURE VOL' ARE NOT USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-In allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin . Hardy Furn. Co. . 301 E. Main Phone 2302 Wanted To Kent Three or four room furnished apartment for pcrmnnently located couple. No children. Call 460. •l(J-6-dh-tf Two or Ihrce room unfurnished apartment or small unfurnished house. Otis Cole, phone 2000. _ Miscellaneous BE A PKACTICAL NURSE BIG DEMAND-HIGH WAGES Instruction. High school not necessary. Ensy to learn at home In spare time. Ages 18 to CO. War demands have caused big shortage Easy tuition payments. Prepare now for this Interesting, profitable and patriotic work. Write foi FREE Information, Wayne School . if Practical Nursing. Box W. S Courier News. 10-9-plc-n For Sale 285 Acres of Mghltf Improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of lily- flicriHe. You'll do both yourself and your country a favor' if you^bring^thaf Jdle^ar tp| us, so that we can°rersell tHo^omegne who is engaged in ^essential work and who urgently^needs' ' ' " **' ' ?ime transportation^ WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! IjHierspring bnljy innlfrcss Ijetwccnll l«k V Ulytheville anil Biirclcltc. Liberal reward. II. Clmf/ln, Lnxora. m. 1. FRECKLES AND HIS 10-10-pk-H GOVERNOR sy A R pift Good used 12 guage ;jii(o- malic or double barrel shol- Rim. Call i\lrs. Joe Roach, 4BI- . 10-dh-tE Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 31C E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10;3-pk-18 Used cars <fe trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAGAN, 615 Chlcka- sawba. 9|13-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing-. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. 8-lI-ck-10-H Hny and Corn. Blylhevllle Grain find Elevator Co. 8i7-ck-tf Will pay cash for 110,000 worfh of good nsed fnrnt- tnre. Wad« Purnitar* Co. Will pay 2oc per aoi. for wire coat oc Cleaneri. Services Will care for children during day Call 2409 for appointment. 10;4-pk-ll Attention: Officers. Enlisted Men. Bring your OD's for alterations to Mrs. Edna Hires. Phone 2641. IO;iO-pk-H HORIZONTAL 6-1 Gazed fixedly 1 Pictured 65 He is EOV- Bovcrnor, ernor of | Spessard L. VERTICAL 1 Head cover 2 Individual 3 Music nole 4 Hail! 5 Roman emperor G Drachm ' 7 Unclosed 8 Carmine 9 That one 10 Negative prefix 11 Child 17 New York <• 1 Far East 12A'ny 13 Declare 14 Fondle 15 Hawaiian bird 1G Number 18 Expunged . 20 Social insect 21 Biblical pronoun 23 Presage 24 Bone 25 Army order <ab.) 27 Behold! 29 Upward 30 Postscript (ab,) 32 Charger 34 Three and four '•'-, 36 Plant part '^ 37 Pay scale •? 38 Catcher of lampreys ~ 40 Hindu queen 41 Senior (ab.) 42 Chaos 43 Near 44 Railroad (ab.) 45 Baronet (ab.) 4G Get up 50 Type measure :52 Salary 54 Right of hold: ing property 56 Hearing organ ;5DArea measure 60 Vegetable ;61Storii Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Be- n,.-;---,--, hind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 63 Symbol for 9;2G-pk-10i2G ; DON'T RISK YOUR OLD BATTERY WITH COLD WEATHER COMING Many Batteries are too weak to operate your car even in cool weather. Avoid that "Helpless Feeling" of being unable toltaTf your car by having Phillips install a BRAND NEW GENUINE FORD BATTERY—the BEST Battery for ANY make of car or truck. Fully Guaranteed. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 Your No. 1 Service Dealer DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEW TRANSPORTATION! C. G. Smith RED CROSS WORKERS MEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED ": •' TRANSPORTATION! Elmer VULCAHIZinG Tire A Tube Repair C*tl« IUH EJL * I. Uvj. II Kafltr An. ««. Will He llcniomhor? By V. T. HAMT.IN K ' How,' tHis owe CLAIMS 'to uf/ THE KEEPER OF KINS SOLOMOW'<; AND 1HI6 SELP A7RO. AID GREATEST EARTH; EVER ANVTHING SO CRAZV? ''IF IT'S PRISONERS VOL) WAtyT TO 5£F HERE'S A COUPLE ' OF DOOZIES-- BOTH FOUND WES' CATS.' 1SKT W\T ^-^~ RIDICULOUS - "/ HM" 3l&-,-r-,-™-—*«» PERHA CANT i MAVF Even ONE TfENSY-WEEWSY Bite OF A HOT DOS. SUGAR. ? 6Ur t CAN'T DO'fi-ivr, HILDA IT vvouio Ti HMMPW: I HOULO FEEC IF YOU WERE A GEMTIE MANJiVOU'O WnHDRAW FROM 1UB CAMf>M< AMD LET ME 6E ' OMLV CANDHMTB / j 24 Work 25 Onagers 26 Musteline mammal 47 Within 48 Breaking waves . 49 Pertaining 28 Alleged force to an era 23 Wo 51 Myself 30 Boy's name 52 Dance step 31 Scoff 53 Skill 33 Lamprey 54 Golf device 35 Mover's truck 55 Self 39 Symbol for 57 Also KED RYDEK TtLt B1RDFEATHER To LET f\£ KMOW WHEN HE'S BOTHERED BT DEPEMD <, " L GET RlD OF RYDER 1 KNOVJ JOE.' HE SET VELLOW M TH' LAST BOOTLESGCRb AGAIN, UIIUTJ BEAVER-MD UI1I7F7V HURRl ruthenium 40 Sun god •15 Per 46 Peruse 58 Narrow inlet CO Pair (ab.) 02 Symbol for erbium WASH TUBES RY LESLIE TURNER IT'S VERV IK/fWRTAWT THAT 1 CONTACT 5EP6EAMT LINK, JOSE! JwElL.SEMOR — CAPTA.lM.Hr: 5KM1- HE EVENHflW HIS MBJ KNOW EEK SE 'MUST BE JUKE' VOU ARE A FRIEND COUL060MK TO HIS BAND Of 6UBJRIUA? HOOTS AND HER TUJflniES To Whom, Hoots? BY EDGAR MARTIN (ab.) 19 Symbol for selenium 20 Like 22 Component Walnut at 5th

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