The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 14, 1944
Page 5
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION ertloa? te PM " ne for CODSCCU " ve um Charge ............ 5 0o e per line ....... ......... ?£ toes per line per day..'.'.',','."i2c tow per line ....... . e Per day ........ 6 0 Month per Una ...... ... -TOO "». « der jd 'or three or six times rh«f^ ^"> "Potion will charged for the number of times and adjustment of copy CtUetl ,««f »«ng copy Knitted by persons residing out»S V clty must te ncco »>ed by cash. Rates may to easily "•puled from the above table. VBVerUsIng ordered for Irregular wtlons takes the one time rate. VO responsibility will be taken • more than oj.e Incorrect Inser- 5J^aDycIasslfled ad. BLYTEEVILLE (ARK.)] .COUKUSK NEWS For Sale HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS—»U s&< os; Preserving pears, Joe Healer's Oro. ft, MIU,, No. Highway 61. Child's thrce-plccc siiowstill In good condition. MIS. Virgil Boyd. 201 Missouri. Plione 923. ivjig-pk-ig </»• V* My home, 400 Dougtm. T. J. Banies. 10jH-ck-21 Business lots uptown. Phone 3234. 8[25-pk-10l28 Good eleclrle vacuum cleaner. 12" electric fan. Good lawnmower. Phone 2828. 10113-ck-tf One six foot meat box like new. Four drink boxes good condition. Jack Marsh. 10-ll-ck-2o cooler homo all year 'round Is a urc thing W hcn It's Insulated. 1 Montgomery Ward Rockwood md save. 10112-ck-lG 5W is the time to insulate your ionic with rock wool insulation, 'unmcetl with no (town payment, three years to pay. My skilled • in town. Your fuel saving more than pays the cost. Call J388.n(ter 2 P. M. Johnny Long, representing American Insulation Co. of Memphis. 10iU-pk-18 actlcally new white stucco 10 room residence. Located on one and one-halt acres on East Main St., in exclusive residential section. Hardwood floors, butane gas, two baths. This place Is one of the irettlest homes in Blytheville Price, $15,000. H. C. Campbell, Phone 2641. lOS-k-lC trucks; one 1942 Ford in good condition; 1942 International; 10-12 G.M.C. Priced right for the cash. All have good rubber. Call 2917. 10112-pk-lG \tysler Airtemp hot air furnace. Bomplete. Large enough for 5 to 0 room house. Tom A. Little, phone 10-10-ck-17 U yds, of 30 In. floral drapery or slip cover material, .black crepe evening dress with Imported sequin jacket, size 12. Phone 3255 10]13-|*-10J15 1911 MERCURY TOWN SEDAN. The body of this ear has been severely damaged by flic. No damage lo Chassis, Motor, Front End, Etc. Car can be rebuilt or many' parts resold. $350.00 buys U. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453. 10-10-ck-15 ATTENTION! For 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 1904. Everything for the home, office and school PARKHURST, Phcne 966 -107-109 E. Mnln. 9-H-ck-H-tf LOTS FOB SALE. In Ruddle Heights Addition In East End of BlythevUle, nicely located Residential Lots at 5250.00 each. Warranty Deed with Abstract of Title furnished. $125.00 Cash with balance to suit purchaser. RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453. I0|10-ck-15 For Rent Front bedroom, private entrance 209 w. Kentucky, Mrs. Sisk. 10]13-pk-20 Three room furnished house. 192; i West Sycamore. lOjH-pk-18 Furnished modern i Phone 2198. apartment lo;i2-ck-tt D FOB RENT. On Gravel Road r 12 miles from Blytheville Forty- Nice furnished bedroom kitchen ^rAfsir^ss &»•** — ^—^ and Fourth" Basis. Possession this fall. Fertile Cypress Land. RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453, Blytheville, Ark. 10!10-ck-15 V> '$ $ * $"'$• $$$$$$$$$ PLAY SAFE AND SELlJ YOURCARTOPHILLIPS" (ft). Sec with your own eyes the TOP OPA Ceiling ^ . Price at which you can legally sell vour oar and gat CASH, too. (h). Avoid any expense of repairing your ear for sule. ' Such expense i.s assumed by Phillips wilhoiil "Come- ** Buck" on you, (c). Phillips pays yon PROMPTLY and in CASIt-no ** delays, no notes ;tml no violntion of (he PVdcral Liuvs. in (d): The car tliat you do not need very much etui be *» important to the war effort in affording Iransportn- tion to war workers. v> (e). You risk a ? 10,000 fine with your name published « if yon attempt to sell your car for more I linn iho ceiling price. How could you lie sure the purchaser .«* . wouldn't tell what ho paid? (f). Ceiling prices are holding down inflation. Our ** heroic men in service must be prolecled against runaway prices. Abide by the law mid get the TOP ceiling 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 ""* ' friendship. Phillips will buy it QUICKLY and without any expense to yon and pay yon CASH. ** . GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR ** At ^ ;PHILLIPS MOTOR CO.- Wanted Tt^ Kent 5 or (} room housc~\s*lil puy one year's rent In advance, Call Ilnr- vcy Punish, phono 2015. lO'U-ck-lf PAGE PIVH i Two ur three room furnished iiiwrl- I incnl. Cnll Jumcs Wright, Llbcny . C»sh Grocery. 10;i3-|>k-l().») Five or sis room lionse. Cnlf2lTi, | lOllO-pk-U-10 Three or four room rnrnUhcdnpart- mcnt for permanently located couple. Ko clilldrcn. Cull -ISO. ID-8-dh-tI Taken Up One rod yrarllni; steer; ow blm-k yonrlliii! steer willi inollK'd fine. Owner nrny take imsr.e.sslon by describing Steers uud wyliiK i'hur- Ijos. Srv Jlnvvc Ui'dninn ill Mllll- gan HWge, ru. No. 2, Mnnlln, /u- Kanstis. 10ill-pk-l8 Name Ship for lliilllliurlun MKMI'lllS (DIM — Tlti- iinmc of lilchard llnllilmrton, Memphis writer ami adventurer \vliose "lioyiil ' Hoart to Kumniu'c" nml "New Worlds lo Coiuiiii'i" llirlllwl Uiuus- imds n tew .veins ago nnd who <lls- npuuiml clurlnii u 19:10 nllempl to crass HIP I'ndflc 111 a Chinese junk, soon jjoi's down to sen ngnlti. liniu- tlves here suld tlmt a Liberty ship, to lie known UK (in; "itlclumf Mulll- biirlon" would be Inunchcil soon by the J. A. Joiu'.s Construcllon Co., of i'annnia City, Flu. 'Die writer's inir- ents, Mr, n iul Mrs, Weslcp llnlllbur- ton of iMi'iupIil.s miiy ink,. |),i]-i in the lauiK'hlng of the new inercUiiiU vessel. Tel. 453' Wnlnut at 5th Help Wanted Girl wanted for general office work. Phone 2020. 10|12-ck-lf Gauge double barrel shotgun with 91 shells. 410 Single barrel shotgun. C. C. Eagan, 015 Chickasawba St., Blytheville. 10|9-pk-15 . . be seen anytime Sunday. 218 E. Davis. lOjH-pk-16 2 room apartment for couple, share bath. 404 E. Davis. 10J13-pk-lG A. one mile west of Holland, 6 room home, sandy loam soil, a fine location, price $162.50 per A., 40 A. South ol Rives, 15 acres open, one small house, 25 acres' good timber, price $60.00 per acre., 540 A. all in cultivation, 10 sets ot buildings, highway goes through land, low taxes, fine soil, and a bargain at $90.00 per acre. HIGHWAY fil SOUTH acres, well Improved, two miles south of Blytheville, a swell location. Price $250.00 per acre. ee its for farm lairds, we have some nice hill farms. W. M. Bums Realtor. Jnii.i-k-is Bedroom, convenient to bath, steam heat. 611 West Main. Plione 3325. 10[12-pk-lljl2 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, Blytheville. If essentially cm- ployed in industry or agriculture, do not apply. Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific Co. 10;9-pk-30 Baby scales. Phone 23G2, Furnished bedroom, convenient to bath. Phone 2514. 10!13-ph-17 3 npts, 1 upstairs, 2 downstairs. Also servant's house. 914 Hearn. )0-ll-pk-18 Furnished bedroom kitchen privileges. 375 So. Division, lOHO-pk-17 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1011 Walnut. Phone 2510. 10-3-ck-tr iRMALL TRACTOR AND~DISC WARROW. This is a good Rubber Tired outfit lor any rough or smooth farm land and is ready for work. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel 453, Blytheville, Ark. 10-10-ck-15 1PENCER CORSETS. Mrs. John Long, registered corsetiere. 133 \v Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a. m. and after 4 p. m. 1012-pk-ll|2 those soybeans with electric fence from Planters Hdw. Co. 9-25-ch-25 Shops, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay. Ful-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service. Blytheville Graln-& Elevator Co. 10i2-ck-tr PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS irlnted with, your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place your order jow. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. P 9-21-ck-21 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Bljtheville 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 cosh, balance at $50 per month. H. C CAMPBELL, phone 2641. I0,3-pk-17 , 325 MISSOURI" " 514 LA CLEDE IVo nice 4 room homes In a pleasing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms See S. Jledel, 224 Main, or yovir own agent. Or write Julius Jiede! 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9]16-ck-16 Office IB Irjfwim Building. Inquire »t the Parihurit Co. li-30-ck-tJ Lost Billfold containing money, pictures found Kress store Saturday. Will return for payment of ad. Gene McGuire, Rt. 1, between -Yarbro and No. 9. lOjH-pk-n 1 Black and White spotted Shetland Pony, 7 years old, strayed or stolen from my home in Yarbro. Notify R. S. Harris. I0;i2-pk-10,'15 Boy to drive truck and work in shop. Apply The Flower Shop, Glencoc Hotel Building. 10|5-ck-tf Woman lo do general house work in small home one or more days weekly at hours fo suit worker's convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel R Norris. Call -161 or 20S-1 at night. ; ' Experienced coota and w&ltrettca. Apply Hotel Noble. l«-ek-l •*•*•—•• V~W*~*^w^~^, ., X~^^>--^"~^^-^^^-s Situations Wanted Young Indy desires position as assistant bookkeeper, typist. Cnl 2046. 10112-pk-IO-lG WanteH to Laying hens. McCall. 1037 Ash. 10113-ck-20 Baby play pen. Phone " 10]ll-pk-lO|19 32-12! 10110-pk-n Will pay cash for an accordion, nns style. Would buy small radio, too Write or call R. H. LOCKE, Box 224, Blytheville, or Plione 053 Please state make, sine, condition find price. 10-9-pk-l£ Good used 12 gunge auto mafic or double barrel shot gun. Call fllrs. Joe Roach. '161. 10-dli-tj Second-hand clothing, men's shoes women's and children's oxfords Bring lo 31C E. Main. True-Blui Shoo Shop. 10;3-pk-l!iS Hay (ind Corn. Blythcvllle Grnli nnd Elevator Co. 817-ck-ti Will pay cash for |10,00( worth of good used furni ture. Wade Furniture Co Will pay 20c per aoi. for wlro com hangers. Hudson Cleanen. Wanted Soy beans to thrash. Call 929. Harvey Edlngton. 10jio-pk-17 If you want to buy more War Bonds SELL US THE FUKNITUKE VOU ARE NOT USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-in allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 2302 Services Experienced bookkeeper open for port-time work. Phone 2808. 10jl3-pk-27 Atienlion: Officers, Enlisted Men. Bring your OD's for alterations to Mrs. Edna Hires. Phone 2649. lOjlO-pk-15 Willie Bell Green, washing and Ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 9;2Q-pk-10|2G Exchange Small Shetland pony—sorrell with LAND FOR SALE. Five (5) Forty- Acre-Tracts (200 Acres) of fine Cypress Land at $35.00 per acre. Ten miles from Blytheville toward Homersville in the rapidly developing farm area now protected against flood water by U. S. Engineers. Warranty Deed with Ab|>tract of Title. Reasonable Terms "RUSSELL PHILLIPS, Tel. 453, Blytheville, Ark. 10;iO-ck-15 N 0, S I R ! It's not too early, right now Is the time to start buying those gift Items of Bll kinds that you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladles' and gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties, hosiery, hat^, 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 968. 8-14-ck-14-« unfurnished house with bath for larger unfurnished apartment or house. Phone 3310. 10.'14-pk-18 Lost or Strayed white spot on mnne and tail. U. S. ARMY UNIT 7 Replica 8 New Testament (ab.) 9 Torrid 11 Dance step 12 Employed 14 Prohibit 16 Swiss river 17 Gazes fixedly 19 Fish eggs HORIZONTAL of Mistress 1 Depicted is 54 Symbol for insigne of illinium Division, 55 Footlike port U. S. Army 56 Conquered VERTICAL 1 Belongs to him . 2 Like 3 Handle 4 RomanToad 5 Kxclamation 6 Head blow 7 Unclothed 10 Vetch seed -- CTD - HPcel 21 Play the part 12 Note in of host Guida's scale 23 English river 1} From 25 Symbol for 15 Not one tellurium 26 Written form of Mister 27 Sun god 28 Babylonian- deity 29 Rough lava 30 Average (ab.) 31 One (Scot.) 33 Within 34 Biblical pronoun 35 Indian army (ab.) 37 Convey 30 Make into law 41 Skill 42 Eluded 47 American writer 48 Ocean 17 Unusual 18 Wandered 20 Greek letter 22 Violently ?.4 Black bird 31 Striped camel's hair cloth 32 Makes mistakes -« ..„. ~..^ 35 Idol 16 Malayan coin 3G Dined 38 Newspaper paragraph 40 Genus of bees 43 Virginia (ab.) 44 Entrance 45 Remove 46 Half-cm •IS Limb 51 Scatter 53 Symbol f or samarium 55 Hebrew letter 21, 11 n 150 Arabian ,gulf shoulder: light Reward. Phone ! ., 10;i2-ck-tf 'I 52 • 51 Important ! metal form I i) K 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 "start 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 For Sale 285 'Acres of highly, Improved land on Highway «1 t o n r miles south of Hly- tlieville- C. G. Smith VULCARIZinG Tire £ Tube Repatr Ctltw Belt ».«. « I. Hvr. •] (r«™trlj vllh En«l«r &•. rta) Is your car standing idlo much of the time under gas rationing? Does it cost you more to keep it fn trim than St pays back in transportation? Why not turn ft into money-good money? Sell Et to us-and let some war worker have the oppoN ' . ,V • H - >'•'.. tunity to get vitally needed transportation! BRING. YOUR CAR TO.US... . TQDAYl \LLBY_OOI ffi 'Zn \rL\\aHOtttUil' ffwt^YAS'EASY/' ivi'josf"/ YOU' JUST'WEN? ^KNOCKED THE XeEFER ONE PUCE TOO .If YOU KNEW ALLEY BEFORtN IN THE HEAD AND I /WINY— H£ HE LOST HIS MEMORY, HOW'D I TOOK HIS OOTPIT.' V WOW UP A HE SET INTO THIS KEEPER- / WITH HIM IN THAT RI&N-, PRINCE, OF-THE-CftTS -^ ^L WE COULD GO J-\ ANO Y6U KJ5INESS? .d^flBK. ANVVVKERE/ rtiDA 'N JAIL' V, T- HAMMN • v-i>* unriuiML; u\ji I_V_TJP,, xtt. REASON TO 6EIIEVE THE JEER THE \TH1N6 YOU CALLED THE HORSELESS CIWRIOT. 15 RIGHT HERE IN EZIOiN-GEBER/ ^TftB-i.'.'! ^i_J FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Wiiiiiiiiily By tilBURILL \ I'M GOING TO SOMETHING TELLS ME YOU'LL --- , NEVER ., — r-S FlMO HIM , IN WE LAKE. DIVE (N AND LOOI; for, POOR LARD WELL, m GOING TO IQOK FOR HILDA, YOU'LL FREEZE/ THAT WATEK is AWFULLY,, ME RED 11YDER FiREWATtR o!RL fOOT 5HOOT- n>\ RED Not So Fust, SiHl.or By FRED HARMAM WASH TUBES B ASY is 90ESTIONEO AT LENGTH W CAUTIOUS SGT. LIMK, THEN BY LESLIE TURNER 6000." WE ARE OUTNUMBERED CM TH' THANKS, SER6EAUT AND 1 WANT TO HMD IT TO you FEWPE 15 PUi AfvV SWUTE, HE CAN 6ET I WiS ROU6H CERTVIM HMWSS TO HELP HM A HELP HIM Af=RA\t> WE HAVEN'T MUCH TO OFFER A 6UEST, CAPTWM, BUT WE'RE PLEMTX <3LAO ra you . WE'RE WCU.NEO ro KEEP W BACKSROONO OUT SO LOW<3 IM THIS JftP-IOTESTEO COL1WTRY! SEND A FEW MEM AFTER 'EM JiOOTS AND HER RUODIES Tclliinj Him HY EDGAR MARTIN

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