The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 13, 1944
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 134-1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum Charga .... goo i me p« HIM.... ;••;;•$$ Umw per lln» pet d ^ ,,g P« line per d»y..Ji da> ?o .. P«r day. 0 Month per line......... g^. three or eix tiines number Ol P€ared and ft<SJuiitment m •utalttST'* AdvertlJ!ln S copy Id persons residing out- uc oi tno city must bp B.CCOHI i? n ed , by 6ash -totes may'be easily 'computed from the above table Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken :or more ihan one Incorrect Insertion, of any classified ad> For Sale Child's three-piece siiowsiilt In good condition. Mrs. Virgil Boycl, 201 Missouri. Phone 923. H)il2-pk-i2 Business lots uptown. Phone 3264. 8[2fi-pk-10|26 Good electric vacuum cleaner. 12" electric fan. Goon Inwnmowcr Phone 2828. 10 13-ck-lf One six foot meat box like new. "our dri:-.H l-ci's good condition. Jack Marsh. 10-ll-ck-!5 Pre-war Springfield „„,„.,„„,,. Makes full size bed. Phone 3130. 10|12-pk-14 11 yds. of 30 In. floral drapery or slip cover material, black crepo evening dress with imported sequin Jacket, size 12. Phone 3255 10il3-uk-10jl& For Salt A cooler home all year 'round is a sure thing when it's insulated. Use Montgomery Ward Itocltwoott and: save. 10112-ck-lC Praclicnlly new white stucco 10 room • residence. Located -on one and one-half acres on East Main St., In exclusive residential section.; Hardwood floors, butane gas two baths. This place is one of the prettiest 'homes in Blytheville Price/ $15,000. H. c. Campbell' Phone: 2641. lOp-pk-id 3 trucks; one 1942 Ford in good condition; 1942 International- 194? G.M.C. Priced right for the cash" All have good rubber. Call 291? 10jl2-pk-10 •Chrysler Airtemp hot air furnace Complete. Large enough for 5 to 8 room house. Tom A. Little, phone 861 - , 10-10-ck-n LAND FOB RENT. OtTcrl^'noTcl 12 miles from BlythevllW Fbrty- Acre Farms with Good Houses and Ban-j; for rent in 1945 on "Third and Fourth" Basis. Possession this fall. Fertile Cypress Land. RUS,' SELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453, Blythe- 1 _vjlie. Ark. 10110-ck-15 20 Gauge double barrel shotgun 1041 MERCURY TOWN SEDAN The body of this car has been severely damaged by fire. No damage to Chassis, Motor, Front End Etc. Car o.ui be rebuilt or many parts resold. $350.00 buys it PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453. 10-10-ck-15 Three rooms of furniture, slightly used; refrigerator. 116 13th Sc ' 10-7-pk-14 ATTENTION ! Pot those hafd-lo-gct Items, maybe you tlltin't know where to go No use looking all over the country- try PARKHUHST first! In business since 19W.-Everylhing for the home, office and school I'ARKHURST,' Phone 966 — 107-109 E. Main. 0-14-ok-U-tf LOTS FOR SALE. In .Ruddle Heights Addition In East End of Blythevllle, nicely located Residential Lots at $250.00 each Warranty Deed with Abstract of Title furnished. $125.00 Cash with balance' to suit purchaser. HUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453. 10|10-ck-15 160 acres, near Kaytl, well-Improved real corn, cotton, soybean land Puce $150.00 per acre, terms, one- third cash and the remainder payable over a period of years Smith & Goliadny 217 E. Malone St. Sikeston, Missouri 10110-ck-H shotgun, c. C. Eagan, G15 Chickasawba St., Blytheville. 10]9-pk-15 Six room, modern, stucco home, and outbuildings, on 3 1-4 acres in Pride Subdivision. Phone 2525. 30-7-pk-H 40 A. one mile west of Holland 6 room home, sandy loam soil, a fine location, price $1C2 50 per A 40 A. South of Rives, 15 acres open',' one small house, 25 acres good timber, price $60.00 per acre., 540 A. all In cultivation, 10 sets of buildings, highway goes through land, low taxes, fine soil, and a bargain at $90.00 per acre HIGHWAY 61 SOUTH j40 acres, well improved, two miles south of Blytheville, a swell location. Price 5250.00 per acre. See us for-farm lands, we hnve some s ijice hill forms. ,W. M. Burns H « ll _ tor -_ _ 10|ll-pk-i5 FARMALL TRACTOR~AND DISC HARRo\V. This is a good Rubber . rued outfit for any rough or Ij) smooth form Innd nnct is ready for ?• work. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO Tel 453, BlythevllUyArk. 10-10-ck-IS SPENCER CORSKTS. Mrs. John ; Long, registered corsetlere. 133 w Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a m. and after 4 p. m. I0j2-pk-lll2 Fence those soybeans~~vvith electric fence from Planters _H(Uv. Co. 9-25-ch-25 Chops, shelled and ear corn onts alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay' Ful-0-Pep poultry nnd dairy feeds, custom feed mill service Blythevllle Drain & Elevator Co. '•'•'.• - I0|2-ck-tf PERSONAUZED CHRISTMAS CARDS printed with your name. 25 for SI and 50 for $1.'Place your order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. - " 9-21-ck-21 Steel Watering Troughs I) Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. 30-ck-10|30 6 room modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house On 2 acres of land adjoining city limits. Price S5850-$2850 cash, balance at $50. per month. H C CAMPBELL, phone 2641. , ; io;3-pk-n 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes In a pleasing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms See S. Jiedel. 224 Main. or^S own agent. Or write Julius Jiedel 215! Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9]16-ck-16 LAND FOR SA~LE~Fiv7T5FFo7ly- Acre-Tracls (200 Acres) of fine Cypress land at $35.00 per acre. Ten miles from Blytheville toward Hornersville in the rapidly developing farm area now protected against flood water by IT S Engineers. Warranty Deed with Abstract of Title. Reasonable Terms RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel 433' . Blythevllle, Ark. lo;iO-ck-15 Beautiful ._. _..„.,,.,,.„„ isman" pattern, sim"able"'weddm'ir or anniversary present. Call Phillips ?112 before 0:00, Price $30. For Rent Front bedroom, private entrance _209W. Kentucky. 10jl3-pk-20 Furnished modern Phone 2708. apartment. 10|12-ck-lti 2 room apartment for couple share bath. 40J E. Davis. 10jl3-pk-16 Bedroom, convenient to balhrsteam Dent. 611 West Main. Phone 3325 10112-pk-11112 Furnished bedroom, convenient to ...bath. Phone 2514. 10!13-pk-17 3 apts, 1 upstairs. 2 downstainTAlso servant's house. 914 Hearn. . _ / 10-ll-pk-18 Furnished bedroom with kitchen privileges. 375 So. Division. _ 10|10-l>k-lT Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516. 10-3-ck-tf OOlc* In Inf»m Building. Inquire ^t Jhe Parkhunt Co. 11-30-ck-U Lost .1 Black and White spotted Shetland ' Pony, 7 years old, strayed or stolen from my home in Yarbro Notify R. S. Harris. 10[12-pk-lO|l5 , COURIER NEWS BUM $$$•$$$.$$$$$$$$ PLAY SAFE AND SELL: YOURCARTOPHILLIPS: (a). Sec wilh your .own eyes the TOP OPA Ceiling ^. Price at which you can legally sell your car niul got OAbll, too. (b). Avoid any expense of repairing your car for sale, Sueh expense is assumed by Phillips without "Come- *> Hack" on yon. •to (c). Phillips jrnys you PROMPTLY and in CASH-no delays, no notes and no violation of the Federal Laws. -W (d). Tho car that you do not need very much can be *» important to the war effort in affording triinsnorta- tion to war workers. v> (c). You risk a $10,000 fine with your name published 4* if you iiUempt to sell your car for more limn tho U™!)? 'F't !e »' l 10 ^ i coultl . ymi |JG surc lhe inn-chaser & H'oiilcln t toil what he paid? (f). Ceiling prices are holding down inflation Our * heroic men in service must be protected against run away prices. Abide by the huv and get the TOP ceil ** ing price IN CASH from Phillips. (g). You arc not equipped to repair and guarantee your car. Avoid selling it to a friend and losing his." 1 * any expense t" yoVaiul pay 'yoi/CASl'f 1 "' ld W1 | hout *» GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. ** A* ' PHILLIPS MOTOR C0.« Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th $$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$ Girl wanted for general office work Phone 2023. 10112-ck-ti Deckhands and pipe line laborers for dredge work Steady work. Time and one half for Saturday and Sunday and over eight hours per day. Apply U, S. Employment Service, Blythevllle. If essentially employed In Industry or agriculture, do not apply. Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific Co. 10-D-pk-lG Boy to drive truck and work In shop. Apply The Flower Shop, Glericoe Hotel Building. 1015-ck-tf 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 F. Horns. Call 461 or 2084 » l nigW. •}. ''-.. .:. ^ Experienced coolu »rfl Apply aot«l Noble. witltrenu n-ct-cf Wanted To Kent Ten dollar reward for furnished npnrtmcnt (or rcllnblc Army couple with biiby. write Box AA Courier News. 10111-pk-IO-H Two or three room furnished apartment. Cull James Wright, Liberty Cilsh Grocery. lOjli-pk-10^0 Five or six room house. Call 21'M. • lOjlO-pk-ll-lO Three or four room furnished apartment for permanently located couple. No children. Call 400. W-6-dh-ti Taken Up Situations Wanted \~ Five mules, Ihrce horse mules, 2 blacks, 1 gicy, two blnck mnrc mules. See Buil Cassicly or Jim Connor, Hickmnn, Ark. lOJH-pkH One red yom-ling steer; one blnck yearling steer with mottled luce. Owner uiay take possession by clc- .•scrifaliig,.£tccr& nnd-pnylngtchnr- ilns. Scc-HArvc'iHcdnmn nt Milli- 1,'iin Illdge, Ht. No. 2, Mnnilti, Ar| knnsas. ' . , lO|ll-pk'-J8 Young lady desires position ns ns- sistant bookkeeper, typist. Cull 2046. 10il2-pk-10-16 Read Courier News Want Adi. Lost or Strayed Smnll Shctlnnd pony—sorrell with white spot on shoulder;-, light JI->MC and tail. Reward. Phonr 3iss luili-'ck-tf AUTHOR Ladies Sun glasses with red frames Left in Kress or Hardaway Appliance Sat. p.m. Reward. Phone J s «. lOjll-pk-14 Inncrsprlng baby mattress between Blytheville and Burdctte. Liberal reward. H. Chaffin, Luxora, Rt, 1. 10-10-pk-14 Wanted Soy beans to thrash. Call 929 Harvey Edington. 10]lo-pk-17 If yon want to buy more War Bonds SELL US THE FURNITURE VOU ARE NOT USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-in allowance Jor old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 2302 Services ^•filectrle table radios cheaper at Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-H-pk-14 NO, SIR! It's not too early, right now Is the time to start buying those Rift Hems 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 and running over. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main, Phona 888. L_ B-H-ck-14-M Experienced bookkeeper open for |)ort-lime work. Phone 2808. 10jl3-pk-27 Attention: Officers, Enlisted Men Bring your OD's for alterations to Mrs. Edna Hires. Phone 2649. ___ Willie Bell Green, wnshinTancl Iron^ ing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. Dry cure and brine or pickle cure are two general methods tor curing meat. , ii«'f HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured author and playtvright, 13 High card 14 Sides of mountains 15 Age 16 Short letter 18 Mast o£" r _ II VERTICAL 1 Recede? 2 Idol 3 Permit 4 Exists 5 Too 6 Cleaning device 7 Health resort IT 24 Knock 26 Electronic iu muai f ni;iuui rciurt device 19 Part of flower 8 Pertaining to 28 Simplified iOHalf an em , air (prefix) 29 Pen U Also // 9 Rupees (ab.) 30 Golf device 13 Anger " 10 Slill 32 Yes Z5 One (Scot.) 11 Space 33 Sony ?G Pole , 12 Cognomen 37 Part in play n Beverage ' 17 British 38 Observe 29 Stay upright school 3!) For 31 He has writ- ISTransacV sale 40 Sneer ten a number 22 Unusual 43 Flesh food of 34 Scatter 35 Ocean 36 12. months (Pi.) 39 Beg 41 Fish eggs 42 Bright color 43 Mother 45 Limb 47 Pedal digit 48 Book value (ab.) 50 Great Lake 52 Sicilian ! 1 mountain ft 56 Scarce 57 Account (ab.) 58 Native of j Spanish ''-cij I America \-" ;60 Standard of value 61 He is author 44 Architectural unit •1G Bacterium 47 Soft mineral 48 Nail ID Extremely 51 Frozen water 53 Beverage S'i Negative von 5G Mimic 58 Cubic (ab.) 59 Dawn .(comb, form) Mb m & Bnby stales. Phono 2302. ~~ 10|ll-pk-10il9 "aby play pen. Phone 3243, . iO[io-pk-n Cash for milch cow. Also"plimoTt jcasonablc. Phono 2239. 10]10-pkH Will pay cash for an nccordlou, imp style. Would buy smull radio, loo Write or call R. H. LOCKE, liox 22-1. niythevlllc, or Phono 053. I'lrasi' stale mnke, slK, coiulltlon 1111(1 WlM. 10-0-pk-15 used !2 Kiuigc mito- nialic or doulilc luirrel shol- Kiin. Cull Mrs. Joe Koiu-h, '!<•'• 10-dli-tf Sccoucl-hnnd clolhlng, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords Bring to 310 E. Main. Truo-Blilo Shoe Shop. ' 10j3-pk-18 Hny nnrt Corn. Blythcvlllo Qralu nnd Elevator Co. fl|1-ck-tt Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furnltort Co. Will pay 200 I)er nol! . tor The first Uooincr bund to Invndc Indian 'ivrrllory (now OklahomiO was organized by C. O. Cfll'pcntev «»d nltcmplcd sctllcmcnl on the v reservation In May, IflTO. For Sale 285 Acres of highly improved land on Highway «l four miles south of Bly- thcTille- C. G. Smith Elmer VULCAHIZinG Tire A Tube Repair C«U« u,n «.m. * I. Hwy. II (Ttrmalj wilh Eagltr Am. Wit Is your car standing idle much of tho time under gas rationing? , Does [f cost you more to keop it In trim than Ft pays back in ' transportation? Why not turn ft into money-good money? Soil it to us-and let some war worker have the oppor- lunily to gel vilally needed transportation! YOUR CAR TO US ..... TODAr.' Ooolii Now Pitching V. T. HAM UN SINCE ..... n u _. -v- - .-"-- .v/SSUH / WARRIOR A/ WHAT SHF •<™:^^%&^P AKKik TUFF? AND /FRIEND.' "IF EVER HE VHYDJUH WC^ NEEDED HELP. IT'S IT.EHPOIW,) SCRUB8INI3 / .WHAT'S THE J FLOORS.' /"^ 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 to~s7aTt your car by having Philfips install a BRAND NEW GENUINE FORD BATTERY-the BEST Barfe-ry for ANY make of ear or truck. Fully Guaranteed. _ PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 "Your No. 1 Service Dealer" Walnut at 5th FRECKLES AND MIR FRIENDS Roy, we'ne GOMKU ) BRINGING THAT SET*AF .' EXTRA OUNDLF SUPER S °F MY CLOTHGS ' • ALON6 WAS A TERRIFIC IDEA / I SPRFAO 1UEM OUT ON THE BANK OF 1>IE LAKF---THEN l TOSSED IN A BOULDER. AND MADE A BIG SPUSH.' I SHAICF A LEO MOW,ANO MUCRV INTO TOvVM i I JUST HEARD T5IAT LARD SMITW, OVNDIDATF FOR COMMISSIONER. OP ATHLETICS IS MISSING IW SWUFFGR/S LAKE ' WHAT A SAP I AM/ SUE SAY':; TTPoUD™^!^ 1 ^^"-^ 5M... it A-T-LU By FRED HARMAJJ I'LL FINISH 'JOE'S JOE'S BTorrED SHOOTING'.' or ALL THE FOOL TRICKS- EMPTIED HIS UUN> WllHOUT HIlTlNo HY LKSLIE TURNER YOU'RE 6EWUINE TURN RldHT AT TH 1 NEM FORK, CAPTAIN US-ARMVAIR, I CAPTAIM,yOURE WE IWTEILI6EWCE. MOST WEtCO,«E ViSHOR SERSEANT LINK J \ WE'VE HAD IN NEARLy 7HR5E YEARS! rnnMOfcR CLOii iVATCH.EASV ISDlRECrEOT THE HIPE^UT OF THE tfALF- Uctting Nowhere '• II v 60 VM L; f L ^ VOU ,— i ,,X-. —1 BY EDGAR MARTIN i N I .....u: ',• J fMi^tv,.

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