The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1942 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 11, 1942
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MONDAY, MAY 11, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.), COURIER NEWS A City's Wants Classified For Your Benefit CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION .Dally rate per line for consecutive ^Insertions: One-time per line 10c Two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day...06c Six times per -line per clay .05c Month rate per line 60c Card of Thanks ioc line -Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times and 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 out- Bide of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular Irisertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than -one incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Rent 'Five room furnished apartment, 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 9-pk-lG Rooms, 10G E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 Rooms, apply at 1031 Main Street. Phone 2514. 8-ck-tf Single or double bedroom, • nicely furnished. Private home. 701 W. Walnut, phone 2997. 7-ck-14 Bedrooms, connect with bath, close in. 201 W. Cherry St. 4-pk-12 Furnished house. 425 E. Davis. 6-pk-G-G Desirable bedroom. 1037 Walnut. Call 2144. 28-ck-tf 3 room furnished.apt. Newly decorated. 209 W. Ky. Mrs. Sisk. \ 29-ck-tf Furnished house. Ph. 2919 or apply after 5:30, 1G01 W. Ash. IScktf For Sale Good alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken -from press. One good late model mule power hay press. Phone 685, Dr. E. V. Hill, Rt. 1, Blytheville. 9-ck-23 Lumber yard. c. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 11-ck-ll 1941 Ford Pick-up, 11,000 miles, first class rubber. "207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll Modern 3 room inrnished apartment. Newly decorated. Corner Main and Second. F. Simon, Fh 3373 or 3192. 4-ck-tf Office space. Thomas Land Co. l-ck-6-1 3 nice bedrooms. Men only. 1103 Holly, dial 2348. 14-ck-tf For Rent The United Stales imported 2525 pounds of sandal wood oil during Front becroom close In. 515 West' lhe first half of 1940. Walnut. Phone 2327. 5-ck-tf ! ^ ^ —_ 1 |f you want to ^y more D £ fense Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. Bonds SHLL US Till! FURNI'l'UKfc: 14-pk-U-l^you AHE NOT USING for cas»>! 0 ; ~ : ——-1 Also liberal trade-in allowance for 3 room furnished or unfurnished O j d furniture on new. apartment, upstairs. Mrs. J. F. Smith, phone 2249. 9-ck-tf Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. ll-pk-G-11 Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main " Phone Office & Apt., Ingram Building. Parkhurst Co. G-ck-G-G Bed room. 022 W. Ash, dial 500. IG-ck-tf Room, 1138 Willow, after G p.m. Phone 22G8 dh Two bedrooms, for men. 700 W. Walnut. 5-1-ck-tf Comfortable Bedrooms Adjoining Bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. 21-ck-tr Furnished apt., Ph. 2919 or apply after 5:30, 1601 W. Ash. IScktf Try our "Own Made" ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Pneumatic life rafts, carried in planes for emergency waler landings, contain 29 pounds of rubber. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value, East Main Loan Co. 3QG E. Main — IMionc 2tiGO Plastering BOB MALONE Blythcvillft. Plaster, Stucco, Concrete. Phone 2078 Comfortable bedroom, 50G Walnut, Phone 2605. 21-ck-tf Two furnished rooms. 621 Chickasawba. Apply in rear. 24-ck-tf Nicely furnished bedrooms. Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone 32G4. Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! Blytheville Tire Co. Advantage of Our SPECIAL SPRING TUNK-UP and VICTORY CHUCK-UI* It consists of n thorough checkup of your unto; cJenninif, U«ht- and ndjuslint; nil purls. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Your ('hryslcr-IM.vmoulli Dealer "Complolo service, lubiinUion and n'pair clepiirlment for all makes of automobiles & trucks." 121 W. St., Phone 2122 FOR SAl,K Four room residence In Pride Addition. $850.00 cash. Thomas hand Company II. C. Campbell, Salesman Defoe Furniture Co. 120 E. Main-Si., Phone- M21 Wanted: Us«d Fiirnltnre. AIM you can trade your old furniture in on new. Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville, Ark »IUM SPECIALS] Extractions $ Full Up'r & tower Platen I25.UU (Extractions included) Refinish Your Own Floors! RENT OUU SANDfcR! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. ALL MAKES AND MOIWLS — ALSO Lohft- and short Wheelbase 2-S|)t't'd Axles— Slake Hodios HO Lad- .Mode) Cars— All Ma'kes. toy Eich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 Legislator :i Uiu-k TilvaU; HOLDfiNVILLE,. Okln. ..(UP) — Paul BullIn^cr, 33-y<wr-okl jiold- envilU\ Okln., attorney, waived de- Restaurant fixtures, complete outfit, practically .Eula Williams. new. See Mrs. Black 'Oak, Ark. ll-ck-17 Dodge coupe, $50, good tires. 5 Sewing ma'chines, like new. JoVmie Goforth, Half Moon Store, phone 763. 9-pk-9 3 clothing cabinets, limber, shelving. All for $50. Hudson Tailor -Shop. 9-ck-G-9. Funks and Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double Bridges. Mrs. Howard Bowen, Luxora, phone 1F11. 8-pk-8 Five gaited pony with saddle and bridle, wt. 600 Ibs. Good, to herd cattle. W. A. Jenkins, Steele, Mo. Tel. 33. 5-pk-6-5 2 fine Jersey cows with calves. C. F. Tucker, 4 miles southeast of Blytheville. 5-pk-13 PURE BRED DUROC HOGS Deep red, the kind that make more money on less feed. 100 weaning pigs to pick from. See J. R. Whistle, Duroc Farms, Route 2, Manila, Ark. '4k-24 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 Blytheville, Ark. ferment .available to his ,by \virtue of his being a member of the Oklahoma legislature arid has • enlisted in the army as a buck private. Comfortable Bedroom, Twin 2 Closets. Steam Heat. Men Only Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Ph. 2413. 7-ck-tt 2 room apartment, and sleeping rooms, 114 W. Ash. Mrs. Paul Kimbrough. 2-ck-tI House in Osceoln, built Nov. 1941; VA story, Cape Cod type; 5 rooms and tile bath; porch, attached garage; electric automatic \va6er heater, Venetian blinds, carpet on stairs; lot 66x145, shrubs. $45 per month unfurn. For showing phone 428, Osceola, Ark. 8-ck-lG -omfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1000 W..Ash, phone 2790. 1 ck tf Steel wheels to ttt F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-5-23 Girl's bicycle. Must be in good condition and reasonably priced. Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, phone 2084. 9-dh-tf Large front becrroom, front entrance. Men only. 708 W. Main. 81ck-tf Bedroom, modern conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. 621 Walnut. 9-ck-6-9 nT picky p","*firs'r class "condition . 5 good tires. Cash only. Blytheville Machine Shop. 1-ck-tf. 5 room house with bath, two lots. -Apply .Franklin Worth, Post Office. ' 30-pk-5-8 .4 room house with bath, 2 acres land. Highway 61 N., near -golf course. Cecil Bedford. 27-ck-tf GOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Huey's Gro., Highway 18. 4-ck-6-4 Wood—G. G. Flowers, 4 miles west of Gosne'U. 23-pk-5-23 Laredo soybeans, recleaned and in good shape. Ph. 3216, J. H. Smart. 22-ck-tf WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main & Lake Phone 2822 CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 D. S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. SPRAY PAINTING E. SHEPHERD Phone 2272 Blytheville Save for Victory Have your shoes, tarpaulins and bean sacks repaired at the TRU-BLUE SHOE SHOP 316 E. Main St. We buy and trade shoes. BABY CHICKS All Varieties. Custom Hatching. MARILYN HATCHERY Highway Gl North, Blytheville 14-pk-H Hy Klass Exterior Paint, gal. $2.50 Linseed oil, per gal 1.45 Turpentine, per gallon 1.25 White and green stain, per gal. 1.00 Brick-tex Siding, per roll 3.75 E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 17-ck-5-17 SPRING MOTOR TUNE-UP SPECIAL FOR THE MONTH OF MAY • CYLINDER HEAD and Manifold Tightened. Compression checked. • SPARK PLUGS cleaned, tested and adjnsted. • GENERATOR adjusted. Distributor, Coil, Condenser, Voltage Regulator, Wiring and Spark •Cnotrol inspected. Connections tightened. • DISTRIBUTOR POINTS cleaned, adjusted (replaced if required), timing adjusted. • VALVE TAPPETS adjusted. • CARBURETOR overhauled for best efficiency and economy. Air Cleaner and Fuel Pump cleaned, serviced. • COOLING SYSTEM inspected for leaks, Hose Connections inspected and tightened. Fan Belt .adjusted. • BATTERY tested and serviced. Connections cleaned ana tightened. Starter checked. • MOTOR tuned for best efficiency and economy. ALL FOR $3.78. (Materials Extra If Needed) LOY EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY Blytheville's Finest Service Department LUMBER. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck>7 160 acres, made land, 2 houses, •"£ mile to school and town. Real cotton, corn and alfalfa land. This is one of the best land invest- ni€nts in Arkansas. Don't overflow. $25 per acre. 100 acres cleared. 160 acres, will overflow. Good timber, house. $5 per acre. All made land, good title. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 9-ck-9 Complete set golf bag. Phone 2513. clubs, leather 7-ck-14 Wanted Electric refrigerator for Lake St. Parsonage. Phohe 23$4. ll-ck-13 Male, Instruction. Ambitious men who would like to become trained Welders. We will train you in spare hours for employment in Aircraft, Shipbuilding and other- essential war industries. Men trained in gas and arc welding have steady work, good wages. Training includes actual shop practice. Also placement service. Write for facts. Utilities Inst.. K, c-o Courier News. ll-pk-13 BLIND FISTULA A Blind Fistula is an uncommon pus infected condition or the rectal area which forms insiduously over a period of time, during- which the victim rnay complain of toxic symptoms, nervousness, low back and leg ache of rheumatic nature. Some do not. Eventually, pain and swelling in a circumscribed area develops. Upon examination, pus is observed coming from an internal crypt. Without prompt and co-operative care and treatment, a complete fistula with external opening also and further complications will assuredly ensue. Do not delay an examination and treatment. DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2921 DON EDWARDS •The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PORTABLE PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) I have equipment to move houses and other buildings. W. R. Garrett, 318 Lake Street. 5-pk-6-5 Parmall mechanic. Beginners need not apply. Ben Butler, Osceola. 4-ck-ll REPAIR SERVICE Ra4ta - Washer Motors - Bicycle* GUARANTEED SERVICE Clyfe Uoyfl—Horece Wakefleld At ParthBrtt O., Ph«*e M8 23-pk-5-23 Arouse SlUggrsn Liver, work off the bile to rid yourself of constipa- U<ra, f»fc pains, and that sour, punk fee41nf.^T*ke one boi ot KIRBTS ACTIVE LIVER PILLS Here's a Sensible answer to the car shortage. Make Your Car Last Longer 20 Tears Experience in repairing ALL MAKES of cars and trucks warrants our being; "SPECIALISTS" in providing Service that is both satisfactory and economical. Our "Job Prices" allow you to know IN ADVANCE Hie cost of all repair service. "Keep 'em running" WITHOUT overhaul repairing by having us check the following essential items: Tires Brakes Lights, Battery, Radiator, Lubrication, Spark Plugs, \Vh. Alignment Tel. 453 Drive in Today. Save Money and Time PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 24iHr. Service Highway Gl North WASH TUBES LIEUTENANT Recognition Dawns BYY.T. HAMLIN I'VE GOT SOMETHIMG OUR MILITARY FORCES ARE GOIWG TO NEEP BAD... SO WE'RE GOING TO WORK OM \T... WELL. BE1M6 A FUGITIVE PUTS ME 1WTHE \ME BOAT WITH ...THiSTIME TOGETHER,-/ BROKEM-HEARTE HIS FAILURE TO < TO THE ARMV, ALLEY YOU WAMT AKJ ACTIVE PART IN THIS WAR...BUT CIRCUMSTNCES DEEP INiTO WOODS TO MOUR.VJ MYSTERIOUS STRANi&ER. . TH3 BY ?:EA SERVFCE. INC FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Friendly Advice BY MERRII& BLOSSEL* FROST/ JIMMIED FRECKLES' CHECK SHEETS AMD HE HAD TO STAY HOURS AFTER. CLOSING TIME/ THE FRECKLES DIDMT KEEP HIS DATE WITM YOU, FROST/ WAS RESPONSIBLE / I DIDN'T KNOW THAT/ WAMT lb Ft 1 / BETTER STAY TO TW'B .LITTLE " AWAY, TELLING ME THIS 2 , ir ^> i-TTSiN .T...' 1. COPR. 1942 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. RED RYDER Strange Doings, Stranger THE-Y'RE WHAT? THAI'S BETTER.' NOW jSET 'OFF COULDN'T ,OUTRU!^ATURT ON THIS OLD FOLLOED, SALLY' A COWBOY I-1 MEAN THEY WERE. NY FRIENDS.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EBGAft P09 TODrXV 11 WE. ONE.

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