The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 11, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 19<M INFORMATION • Dally rate per line for consecutive Minimum Charge Bn,. ;i time per Unc....^;; I5o 2 times per line per day;!!.'.'." 'v>« 3 times per line per day.. ...... "is [per line per day!!!!!!" 60 —n per lino 00^ Ads ordered for tliree or'eii'times and stopped before expiration will to charged lor the number of times bill ™ daeppeared ^adjustment of All Classified Advertising -cony submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accom- •4?™ , b y casn ' ^te 8 ma V be easily ^computed from the above table. . Advertising ordered for- Irregular Insertions takes the one.tlme rate. /«« ™^ ,,—^...vj lor more than one tion of any classified ad. For Sale Onetslx • foot ijient .box; Four.drink boxes good.condition. Jack; Mnrsh.:'., . lO^U-ck-25 Pre-war. Springfield Davenport! Mnkes full size bed. Phono 3130. id]12-pk-H 40 A. one mile west of Holland,'6 room home, sandy lonin' soil, i\ . fine location, price $1C2.BO per A 0 40 A, South of Hives, 15 acres open, one small house, 25 ncres good limber, price $CO.OO per acre., 540 A. all In cultivation, 10 sets of buildings, highway goes through land, low taxes, flue soil, and a bargain nt $90.00 per ncre. HIGHWAY 01 SOUTH 40 acres, well improved, two miles south of BIyiheville, a swell locution, Price S250.00 per acre. See us for fui-m lands, we have some nice hill "Realtor. For Salt 'radically new white-.stucco 10 room residence;. Located on one and one-half acres oh East Mnln St., in exclusive residential section. Hardwood floors,' butane gas two baths. This place Is one of Ihc prettiest homes in Blythevillc Price, $15,000. H. C. Campbell' Phone 2C41. •10|fl-i>k-lfj Chrysler Alrtcmp hot air furnace Complete. Large enough for 5 to 8 room house. Tom A. Little, phone _ 8C! - ' 10-10-ck-n LAND FOK RENT. On Gravel'noad 12 miles from Blythcvllle Forty- Acre Farms with Good Houses and Barns for rent In "1945 on "Third and Fourth" Basis. Possession this fall. Fertile Cypress Land. RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453, Blythe- viUe, Ark., : . •• 10jic-ck-15 20 Gauge double barrel shot"un , with fll shells. 410..Single barrel shotgun. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chtck- asawba gj., Blythevllle. I0[9-pk-l5 1 Two electric motors, one i-3 h.p., one 1-2 h.p., one 1G"' prewar sec-, lion mold, one large steam sidewall (Ire and,,tube spotter, used tools, two hot.patching machines, one brake lining machine, electric drill, 50 gallon, water tank, 150 pound pressure tank. Engler Auto Parts, phone 2801. 10-ck-l3 Electric'Ranges anil Washing Ma^chine and motors. Rowen Electric Co., 120 N. First St. Phone W. M. Burns, lOjH-pk-15 TOWN SEDAN. The body ot thLs car hns been severely • damaged by fire. No dnm- nge to Chassis, Motor, Front End, Etc. Car can be rebuilt or many parts resold. $350.00 buys It. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453. 10-10-ck-15 General Store together rfilh store building 40xGO and lixtures; also, home and residence and 9 acres of land adjoining my residence. If Interested see or write R. c. Willett, Perkins, Missouri. 10|ll-pk-13 Three rooms of furniti^reT'sliglitly used; refrigerator, lie 13th St. 10-7-pk-14 On For Quick Sale. $2250 West Chjckasawba, two story house, located on one acre of ground, wHh several bearing pecan trees. Gail Jlnnnic Stevenson, 3131. 10111-ck-tf A T T E N T I ON ! For those hnrd-to-get lt«ms, moybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking all over the country- tryPARKHURST first! In business since 1904. Everything for the home, of nee and school. PARKHURST, • Phone 9GG-107-109 E. Main. - fl-14-ck-H-tf LOTS FOR SALE. In Ruddle ..Heights Addition in East End of Blythcvllle, nicely located Residential Lots at $250.00 each. Warranty Deed with Abstract of Title furnished. $125.00 Cash with balance to suit purchaser. RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453. 10|10-ck-15 -? I lH55^' ] 2j^^ >) ' : COl %ER $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $. •$ J.UV SAFE AND SElf YOURCARtO Wanted to Bun (a). See with your own eyes the T0V OPA Ceiling *± Price at which you can legally sell your car and get CASH, too. •*» (b). Avoid any expense of repairing your cnr for sale. Such expense is assumed,by Phillips without "Come- ** Back" on you. . (c). Phillips pays you PROMPTLY and in CASH-no ** delays, no notes and no violation of the Federal Laws. 4/t (d). The car Dint, you do not need very much can bo *» <«• important to the war effort in affording transportation to war workers. -w (c). You risk a $10,000 fine with your name published ^ if you attempt to sell your car for more than the ceiling price. How-could you be sure the purchaser <A . wouldn't tell what he paid ? ' (f). Ceiling prices are holding down inflation. Our W heroic men in service must be protected against runaway prices. Abide by the law and get I lie TOP ceil-** ing price IN CASH from 1 Phillips. ' ^ (g). You are not equipped to repair and guarantee ' your car. Avoid selling it to a friend and losing his "** ' friendship. Phillips will buy it QUICKLY and without any expense to you and pay you CASH, ** GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. ** PHILLIPS MOTOR CO.* Auto Juck trnrt loi\u wrench' toY lO'lO _ Cheviqlet. Vhonp a'jn. . JO.lOpkU IJaby scnlos, Phone 2UC2, • •. ioiu-pk-io;io IJnby piny'pen, 1'hoiio H2-12.' . . • • • 10;10-pk-n Cash for milch cow.'AJso'lrfniio'lf rensoimWo. Phone 2230. 10110-pkH Will pny icnjiii for nn accordion, any style. Would ,buy' siinill radio, loo, Wvlle PI CM R. I!. LOCKE, Vox 22-1, Blylhevlllo. or Phono 953. Plcnsc stale mtike, s!?.c,' condition mid prlco. lp-9-nk-15 (i(«id used 12 gunge luifo- nmtlc or double tinrrcl shot- K«h. Call Mrs.' Joe Kouch, '16V '•"; 10-dh-tf •Second-Irani) clolhlnt!, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Hrlng lo 310 E. Mnln. True-nine Shoe Shop. ' 1013-])k-lG Used cars & trucks. Any niako or model. C. 0. EAOAN, 015 Ohlcka- 'snwta, 0|13-pk-13 Hny and Corn. Dlylhevlllo Oralp nnrl Elevator Co. 8]1-ck-U Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good userl,fiirni. _*ni^'\yad«r Furnltjire Co,. Will pny 200 per oo». Jor wtro coat Heul Courier Dewi wmrit »cu. Tel. 453 , Walnut 'at 5th $.$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ ttelv Wanted 3921, 10-6-ck-13 • Maple Kroehler 3 piece sola. "Two Deckhands and pipe-line, 1 laborers for dredge work Steady work. Time nnd one half for Saturday nnd Sunday and over eight hours per day. Apply u. S. Employment. Service, Blythcvllle. If essentially employed in industry or agriculture, do not apply. AtlniUic, Gulf &. Pacific Co. | t 10-9-i>k-lfi Six. room, modern, stucco jhome, and outbuildings, on New upright meat cooler, nice War- '3 1-4 acres in I'ride Subdivision. Phone 2525. 10-7-pk-14 1601 VV. Vine St. G room house. Corner lot. New roof. A good buy Terms, $1250. ' ' TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861, Eddie B. David, Salesman 10-10-ck-13 , Six raom.hnuse. .P.rice.$1,100—$450.00 cash, balance $20 per month. Possession today. H. C. Campbell ^PhomiJ641. . 10i9-pk-12 PARMALL TRACTOR AND* DISC HARROW.! This is a good Rubber Tired outfit for' any rough or smooth farm land and is ready for work. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO Tel 453, Blytheville, Ark. 10-10-ck-15 SPENCER CORSETS. Mrs. .John Long, registered corsetiere. 133 W. Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a. m. and after 4 p. m. 10j2-pk-ll|2 Fence those soybeans with electric fence from Planters Hchv. Co. 9-25-ch-25 ICO acres, near Hayti, well-improved, real corn, cotton, soybean laud. Price $150.00 per acre, terms, one- third cash and the remainder payable over a period of years. ' Smith & Golladay 217 E. Malone St. •*• Sikeston, Missouri 10ilO-ck-14 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. . 1 Oi2-ck-tf Business lots uptown. Phone 3264. : 9|2G-pk-10|26 PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS ; ; printed with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place yoiir order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. S-21-ck-2l A Steel Watering Troughs f Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blylhevillc Machine Shop..' 30-ck-10;30 C room modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house. On 2 acres of land adjoining city ilin- Us. Price $5850—$2850 cash, balance at $50 per month. H. C CAMPBELL, phone 2641. 10,3-pk-17 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes in a pleas- Ing neighborhood. .Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms See S. Jlcdel, 224 Main, or your own agent. Or write Julius Jledel 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. maple Hcarn. occasional tables, 1321 B oy to drive truck and work In shop i nlm_tii.'_ n . i__ .»«. _ ^,. „, _. , 10|10-pk-1 :e scales, cash register, complete stock of groceries, gasoline station connected with store. W. R. Ellis. Phone 322B. 10-5-pk-12 Woman to do general house work in small home one or more days weekly at hours to suit worker's convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. Call -161 or 208-1 at night. ! BeautUul crocheted bedspread "Talisman" pattern, or anniversary present. Call Phillips ?H2 be/ore G:00 p.m. Price 530. 10]10lpk-10iH Experienced cooka, nnd waltretaeg. Apply. Hotel Noble. .,-\ : l«Tci-tl Attention: Of (leers',- Enlisted Men. Bring your OD's for alterations to Mrs.^Edna Hires. Phone 2G49. •• ' ' BEAUTY SHOP-Fully 'equipped,' good location. Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Cinderella Beauty Shop, Luxora, Ark. Phone 43. 1019-pk-12 Three room house on Wilson Avenue. Price, $475.00. H. C.- Campbell, Phone 2641. 10i9-pk-12 Farmers. Replace dangerous old rope for less at Ward's. Three quarter inch only Co per foot. Montgomery Ward. 10-9-ck-12 320 acres cotton, corn & soybean Tarm. Well improved, electricity, gravel road on three sides. Price S40 per acre; part cash, balance terms. Shown by appointment only. C. CHAPIN, Dexter, Mo. ]^J: ____ TO-9-pk- 1 2 Fnr Kent Furnished Apartment. 401 E. Ash. ' " 10;il-pk-18 3 apts, 1 upstairs. 2 downstairs. Also servant's house. OH Hearn. _ 10-ll-pk-18 Room in private home..Steam heat. Phone 2844. ' 10-9-ck-12 Furnished bedroom with kitchen privileges. 31S So. Division. . lOjlO-pk-11 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. 10-3-ck-tf pfllce In iBfMm Building. Inquire »t the Ptrkhurit Co. U-30-ck-tf Lost : LAND FOR SALE. Five. (5) Forty- Acre-TracU (200 Acres) of Fine : Cypress Land at S35.00 per acre. < Ten miles.from Blythevillc'toward Hornersville in the rapidly devei- , oping farm area now protected against flood water by u. S. Engineers. Warranty Deed with. Abstract of Title. Reasonable Terms RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. k3. Blytheville, Ark. lo;iO-ck-15 Ladles Sun glasses with red frames Left in Kress or Hardaway Appliance Sat. p.m. Reward. Phone 2SS4. . . lOjH-pk-14 Innerspring baby mattress between Blytheville and Burdette. Liberal reward. H. Chaffin, Luxora. Rt. 1 • "•••. : IO-10-pk-K ™ Electric table radios cheaper at Ra' dlo Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-14-pk-U NO, SIR! : It's not too early, right now Is the • time to start buying those gift Items of all kinds that you didn't ! know were obtainable. Also ladles' and gentlemen's furnishings In handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties, hosiery, hats,, traveling bags, musical Instruments, and other Items too numerous to mention . . . NOW, while our store Is crammed full Rnd running over, P'ARKHURST, . 107-109 E. Main. Phone 868. 8-H-ck-H-K 1 "' • " "'•''•• "' •' Apply The Flower Shop, Glencoe Hotel Building. • 1015-ck-tf Wanted To Rent Ten dollar reward for .furnished apartment tor reliable Anny'cou- ple with baby. Write 'Box; A A, Courier News. 10]ll-pk-10-14 Five or six room house. . 1011Q,pkrll-10 Three or four room furnished apartment for permanently located couple. No children. Call 460', ' Two or three room unfurnished apartment. or small unfurnished house. Otis Cole, phone 2(100, ''• _10|4-pkill Taken Up Five mules, ithree liorse mules, "2 blacks, 1 groy, two black mare mules. See Bud Cassldy or Jim Connor, Hickmnn, Ark. I0]ll-pkl. Oiic reel yearling steer; omT ~,..^ yearling steer with mottled face 1 . Owner may take possession by <)rf- scribing Steers and paying clufY- ges. See Harve Rctimnn nt Milligan Ridge, ill. No. 2, Manila, Arkansas.. . , 10jll-pk-)8 Willie-Bell Green, washing and Iro'ri- Wunted ing. Also quilts and blankets. Be-, _^. hind ice plant on Hwy. 61. ; boy ueans tolthrash. Call 929. Har- 312S-pk-10|2S vey Edlngcon. lOjIfl-pk-Y ACTRESS Aimvvcr to i*rcvlou« i''ii//le HORIZONTAL VERTICAL . : 1,4 Pictured 1 Company (ab.) motion picture 2 Exist " lress 3 Shout 11 Native metal 12 Presently 13 Elderly 14 Sprite 1G Ill-bred fellow 17 Bone 18 Alternating current (no.) 20 Permit 4 Music note 5 One time G Chestnut color 7 Finishes 8 Also 22 Before 25 Male sheep 28 Planet '• '•• ' s . 31 She is well «Tidings 9 Otherwise 'i.. known in the 43 Stuff 10 Road (ab.) "!' world , 50 Pish 15 Clenched 33Position, hand 3G Expression 18 Part of circle 37 Kitchen 19 Small wagon. utensil ' 21 Long fish 39 Ocean 40 Too 41 Paving material 43 Rhode Island 27 Print measure 23 International 2S On account language (ab.) ,24 Dine 30 Skill 28 Female horse 32 Lick up 34 Three (comb, form) 35 Decay 38 Measures of cloth 40 Properly item 42 Either 44 Myself 4 5 Age 46 Metal 48 She is o Hollywood 53 Written form of Mister 54 Exclamation 50 Street (Fr.) 57 Absent 59 One and one 60 Handle 62 Spoil G4 Approximate 65 Health resort For Sale 285 Acr«i of highly Improved 1»n d on Highway 61 four miles south of Bly- theTllie- C. G. Smith Elmer C«nntnKh«» VuicAlmnc Tire A Tube Repair . C*t<M Belt EJK. * I. HwV. tl (hr««ljr with Entler 4m. ««.) • • * j You'll do both yourself and your country a favor* if yo,u'H btihg"fhdt' idle^dr 16 1 :i "" »l'". -«}l—A. w ^- -••^ r <.^ iw -, , I us, so that we can re-sell E? to someohe is engaged in'essential work'arid Who urgently* needs time transportation; WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPpRTATfON! CIVILIAN. DEFENSE WORKER'S" NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROCS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! ALLEY OOP Loy Eich DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED,TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED " TRANSPORTATION) The Dickons Yon Saj< •/PON'T AUEy/i Bv V T UAMI4N I! NEVER 5A\V I I ANA THfc KbtFEiS or . "iDU BEFORE IN \ KING SOLOMON'S / \MVLIFE, AMD V WIVES' CATS' VOU, MY GOOD MAN.S- j^WHO MkSMt VOU 0E y) }~^}im~m: %£>.^ DON'T RISK YOUR OLD BATTERY WITH COLD WEATHER COMIN<3 Many Batteries are too weak to operate your cnr even in cool weather. Avoid that "Hcfpfess Feeling" of being unable tolfaTt 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" Walnut at 5th THEY MM NOT BE AS CRA^V AS ONE £ SATISFIED WITH; < WIGHT THINK: AMV 'THE WORO OF TWO^WAV, LET'S WCTOI 'CB«Y STIR-BUSS /ANP SEE AW AT A9TO THE IDEM-./ -HAPPENS TITV OF HIS EXCELLENCY.? VOUR TWO VERV TOERESTIMG VISITORS / REMEMBER \ ME? VOUR / OLD SIDE- VKICK.AIKO PRECKLES KNOW u^. , IT. w-r •• c/-- ^T^-,,' ABOUT? v ].'I DIDN'T KNOW HE'D TAKF YOU, HILDA- -You SlIoUCDMT / MF. SERIOUS!Y'-BFSinE<; W e i 1%P, HM ^ ^ JUMP ' N '-/^W SpUsilI MifllYr HAVE• ' THE LAkE ! —J B E FM CAUSED BY A ROCI; ' \ WELL HE'D MAvt 70 BE MOrJCHALAMl ' HERE HIS CLOTHES' i BET HE TOSSED ir IW. TO WORFJY'ME HE'S PROBABLY WACKWS NONCHALANTLY BAG* TO SHAD|/SiDE / ^- KEpJtYDER THERE He Who.'llcsiUlcs By FRED BARMAN • RIGHT HOLD n,RE.D. AND YOU'RE 51 Repose 52 Amounts fl5 Torrid 58 Strike lightly 59 Tellurium (symbol) 61 One (Scot.) GSEgyptian sun fiod RYDER'S DEErt 5TANDIK MltiDIES.' WHf DOESN'T CCWBO1 IS QUICK _ . PRE7TT A SHOT; A J'.D'EVtR WASH TUKBS BY LESLIE TURNER I LEAVE YOU WOW, ANMSOi WAIT HERB.., SENOi?SEBi5EAHrS MEM VNIIL FlUO you .R<SEA,MT LINK'S TEMPORARX WE'LL SOOH FIUD-OUT BOOTS AJND HER BUDDIES \\ r e!I. We'll Sec BY EDGAR MARTINA

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