The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1944 · Page 7
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October 19, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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'EHURSDA.Y,, OCTOBER. 19, 1944 t-ADVEimSING INFORMATION inMrSoi a . te PCr llne f ° r CODSecutlV6 Minimum Charge RO 8 ttaM^r""'""''""-'""'- 16 * 3 Umw per ^pntoj.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 1 * 6 Ume« per Une perd»y 7e 12 ttaes per Une per day, R| 1 J*" 1 ^ Per line [[gOo AM ordered for tljres or ilx times S .iIL PJ ?^ before- expiration will w cnarged for the number of times «w ad appeared and; adjustment of All OiasBlHed Advertising, copy, i re&lding. out- accom- . may be easily computed from the above table Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. . «0 responsibility will be taken for. more than one Incorrect insertion of any classified ad. FerStl* 3 moth house. Apply at 825 Clark St _-. ' ; 10|17-pk-24 'Prerwnr. range cook stove, ivory col- '°.r.''J.'-E..K|-ech, 2 miles south on ^Clear/Lake'road. l'6]19-nk-22 -•Ne'w-'.'fouiv i-qprii cottage- with bath! Also two vacant lots. Phone 840 or 31 .? 7 -' ''.'.;• . ;• . . 10>18-nk-20 Combine; -International Harvester ; model_G2,'almost/new aiid.on rub- '.bef; ;also F-30 Farmall tractor, with new.cultivator, disc and m'id- - die'buster. Will, sell nt bargain . Terms: Lloyd Booker, Hollanti, Mo. ('•••'• - •' - - ' 10jl9-pk-23 Will, get 'you anything • you want, shade tree's, fruit, trees or. shrubbery.. W. S. Eangdon, with Stark Bros. Phone 2390. 10in-pk-24 Good electric vacuum electric fan. Good Phone 2828. cleaner. 12" Inwnmower. 10113-ckrtf ,1937. 2 door Ford Sedan, 5 good . tires. Thoinns F. Fox, phone 418: i , 10;i7-pk-20 Child's three-piece snowsult In good condition. Mrs. Virgil Boyd, 201 Missouri: Phone 923. 10]12-pk-12 One Jolin Deere A tractor with 2 row planter; mowing machine mid disc harrow. Phone 2G31. 10)19-ck-23 1941 Bulck Sedanette; radio, heater, 5 good tires. Phono 03, Osceola, Ark. 10-17-pkr20 Business lots uptown. Phone 3264~ 9|2C-pk-10]26 ATTENTION! For those hard-to-gct Items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking nil over the country- try PAIlKHUIiST first! In business since 1904. Everything for the home, office and school. PARKHURST, Phone 9CB — 107-1CD E, Main. For Rent Room with kltcheii privileges. Two miles South Highway 61. Call -.104. 10;i9-pk-10|22 One bedroom. 3H No. Ninth. Phone 2117 - 10|n-pk-10!24 Front bedroom, private entrance. 209 W. Kentucky, Mrs. Slsk. 10jl3-pk-20 Small 3 room unfurnished apartment; lights and water. At Stateline. Phone 712. I0in-ck-tf Bedroom with kitchen privileges No children. 201 W. Vine. I0|17-pk-20 Prewar' folding bnby "buggy. Holly St. 10il9-pk-10:22 Bedroom, convenient to bath, steam 1217 j ))cat - 6J1 West Main. Phone 3325. 10|12-pk-ll|12 My home, 400 Dougan. T. J. Barnes. Comfortable bedroom adjoining 10|14-ck-21 Coal stoves are no longer ra- . tioned. Buy the best from )':• Planters Hdw. Co. . _ 10rl7-ch-17 -Electric shoe factory. L.' BJaiiehard, -, Haytl, Mo. . • 10|17-pk-IOEO bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516. 10-3-ck-tf Offloe In Inmm Building. Inquire »t the Pirthunt Oo. U-SO-ck-tf . refrigerator,, rugs,, lamps, kitchen cabinet and; dishes; 116 13th' St.. lOlie-pk-23, Used oil heater. Call Gay at Jicdel's. or see Mrs. 10|19-pk-22 BLYTHEV.ILLE (ARK.), PQURIERNEWB $ $ $1 Help Wante4 *^ ~~ ""' ~ " i - — - . :SAFE1Y SELL YOUR CAR TO •w 4ft 4fi : PHILLIPS for TOP CASH PRICE" No OPA Violation. No Delay. All In Cash. You Save Fixing-Up Or Guaranteeing Your Cor. No "Come-Back" When You Sell To Phillips. No Notes. Just Come Get The Money In Cash. You Get From Phillips The Top Ceiling Price. Your Idle Car Can Help The War Effort. GET TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR TODAY From The No. 1 Dealer "PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ,801110 one to criilo toby bed. stroller hlSh chair. Puy wa< [ j) r i ce 32 3 N'. | inil&l. 10-lO-pk-to;22 Two s«lcsln(llc~OMC " warehouse ; man. tAiicrlence helpful but mil ' necessary. PlnntoivHdw-. Co. ', . 10;i7-ck-lf Waitress. Mrs. B. H, itoTd,~Wilson | avo ''"' Wllson^Ark. lo;iO-pk-23 Deckhands (\ml"pfpc lliVo~iuborcrs I. for ilreduo work Stgudy wovk, Time I and cine Imlf for Saturday nml Sviwiny and over eight hours per day. Apply u. S. Bmnlojwia BIT- v CD. lilytlievllle. IfesiiciUlKlly em- Ployed In Industry 01- • ' VI- 4ft 4ft Hoy to drive truck mid \vork In sliop". Apply Tiio Flower Shop, olouroo Hotel BulliUiiK. 10'5-ck-tf Kxpcrleiiced cooks »nd Apply note) Noble. FOR BALK CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL B12EB Chetpcr Th»n Bridie Lnnbcr Osceola Tile & Cutyert Co. «« Ark. Lost Ladies gold Clinton wrist watch with black band between A. S. Bnrbnro & Co, and Button's Show. Liberal reward. 210 W. Rose. 10[ia-pk-23 Laying hens. McCall, 1037. Ash. 10|13-ck-201 Chops', shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay Ful-0-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service Blythevllle Grain & Elevator Co •''.:.•- ,•. 10;2-ck-tf 160 acre farm—131 acres cleared, balance timber^valued at 51,000. 2 houses, 2 barns, 2 orchards, fenced-arid cross fenced.', My tenant was.'drrifte'd.' On-gravel road, elec: triclty. One mile to school, bus; 2<-S miles .to another school'-.and store: Triced to sell. S'A miles East of -Knobel. -Write Mrs. Bessie L ' Cain, Kriobel, 'Ark/ m.7Nd: 1: • _•_. 10[ig-pk-23 ..' PERSONALIZED ~ ....... .CHRISTMAS CARDS printed.with your name. 25 for 51 and 50 for'$1. Place your order HOW. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. ". : 9-2I-ck-21 .20 good Northern used-cars. Priced right to sell. Bill & Clyde Jolifr Manila, Ark. 10]16-pk-llllG :8teel Watering Trouglis • . . .Steel Oil Drums ;- Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. '-: ' .. 30-ck-10(30 R.'C: A. .electric table radio, like new. Radio. Hospital,. 204 W. Ash ' '•:. ...-'.- 10|I8-pk-2l Nice standard, sire lot, 2 blocks from Main Street. Apply 401 So. Frifnk- ""•; ' ' .-.- ' J 10]18-pk-2l Corner Ash & Ninth Sts~S~room house with bath. Can : be bought on <; terms. : - TOA1 LITTLE REALTY CO Pho. 861—Eddie'.B.- David, salesman .'..' . . ; ' .;. 10118-ck-25 6 room' modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house. On 2 acres of'land adjoining city limits. Price $5850-52850 cash, bal- Ml ance nt $50 per month. H. C " CAMPBELL, phone 2041. j '_ ., 10in-pk-24 Place your order now for ChristZ mas cards. 50 for $1.00 with name See Miss June Buchanan, 2nd house North Camp Moultrle. _^_^__ 10|18-pk-25 Electric and Uattery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-lG-ch-16 Nearly new National Cash Register Eiectrlcnlly operated. Tom Little Realty Co. 10|lB-ck-2o B room residence with servant's house. Close in. Price $2000 H C CAMPBELL, Phone 2641. 10|17-pfc-24 HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS-all sizes; Preserving pears. Joe Hester's Gro. & Mkt., No. Highway 61. No priority required—good used Arcola heating system, 5 radiators Phone 3301, Thompson. I0|17pfc20 One six foot meat box like new Pour drink boxes good condition. Jack Marsh. 10-ll-ck-25 MODERN LOW COST SHOWER STALL at Wards. Small space design with all fittings and curtain, $44.00. Montgomery Ward & Co 10jl6-ck-23 SPENCER CORSETS. ~Mra~John Long, registered corsettere. 133 W. Kentucky. Phono 3388 before 9 B. m. and after 4 p. m. 10;2-pk-ll|2 80 acres highly developed cotton, com and soybean farm; 8 room dwelling; a bams; other outbuildings. Fenced and cross fenced. On gravel road, mall route. Shown by appointment only, price, $4,500 .,—part cash, J. 0. Chapin, Dexter, I Missouri. Phone 340. 10|16-pk-231 NOW is a good time to convert your home into cash. Have lots of. buyers for city property. H. C. CAMPBELL. Phone 2041. 10;17-pk-2-l .Billfold containing money, identification. Bill Bunn, 427 Dougiin. io;n-i)k-io;i9 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's nnd children's oxfords. Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. . I0|3-pk-1113 Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain ing to the Railway Express. A 'large and Elevator Co. Will pay cash for $10,006 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. iWffl pay 2Do per am. tor wire comt ' hangers. Hudson Cleaner*. Situations Wanted 8]7-ckrtf part of Ule shipments were concerned with the war effort and the building of the Alaska Highway, and included 1 machinery parts, confidential Instruments, radio sets and bateries, and 15,000 souvenir IJOSt cards. t Competent plantation bookkeeper desires change January or December 1st. Very capable. Write Box D. P. C., % Courier News. I0;i8-pk-21 Services Will keep children by hour or day. Experienced, reference. Ph. 3127. 10[19-pk-2G Experienced bookkeeper open for . port-time work. Phone 2808. : 10[13-pk-27 Willie Bell Green, washing nnd Iron- Ing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 81. 9126-pk-10126 Farmers—I will combine your soybeans. 1'hone 614 or 684, J. C. Ellis, .Jr., for terms. 10-18-ck-21 Elmtr Cunningham VULCARIZinG Tire ft Tube Repair Belt Ut. * B. Hwy. fl with Kocler A*. Pte.) Fall and Winter TUHE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts & Service 121 W. Ash Phone 212Z If yon want to bay more War Bonds SELL US THE FURNITURE YOU ARE NOT USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-in allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furrt. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 2502 Hed frame sun glasses. $5 reward. Finder please call 717. J^ IO|lG-pk-l9 The recent industrial development of Alaska is indicated by the increase of incoming express shipments from 1,005,588 in 1941 to 3;- 205.G3G pounds last yenr, accord- Xo Ammunition Needed CHESTER, 111. (UP)—Two'Chea- ter telephone company employees found an answer to the nmniunl- Wanted To Kent 2CO, 300 acres land, will work 3rd and 4th. Located between Cnrnlh- ersvlltc and Wilson. Go acres nl- fnl/n planted yenr. Near school or route, lloiise with electricity, Farm manager 11 years. Write Hox 133, _° S ™°J^^_ 10jl8-pk-10;25 or 6 room house. Will pay one year's rent In advance. Call Harvey Parrish, phone 2045. 10|14-ck-tf Two or threo room furnished apartment. Call-James Wright, Liberty Onsli Grocery. 10|13-pk-10[20 Five or six room house. Call 2744. : 10|10-pk-ll-lO •Iliree or four room furnished apartment for permanently located couple. No children. Call 400. 10-8-dh-tI Strayed While faco'.mulcy cow, weight about 000 Ibs. Strayed from Auction Bnvn ;nst Wednesday. Finder please call 503. io|16-pk-23 lion - shortage - squirrel - hunting The clolh in four "/.oot problem; one shinnicd up n tree | ->voull l make fi after his p re y w hile the other wait-1 Russia occupies one-sixth of the ert be ow and cracked the sauirrel dry surface of the cnrl.il, being over the head with a large stick,' eclipsed in this respect only', bv the used ball-bat fashion. ' British Empire '•' MONARCH HORIZONTAL 62 Turned inside 1 Pictured monarch, King y 7 He is ruler of :— 33 Fleet l*01d French province 15 Placed 16 Shortly 19 Makes mistakes 20 Cloth measure 21 Thoroughfare 23 Hard-shelled dried fruit 24 Note- in Guido's scale 26 Late American humorist 28 Set anew 30 Ocean currents 33 Area measure 34 Sloth 35 Transpose 36 It proceeds (music) 37 Animal 39 Heron 41 East (Fr.) 42 Scottish sheepfold 43 Onager 45 Expunges : 50 American . . writer 153 Land parcels 55 Indians 56 Den 57 King's residence 59 Paths 61 Expends out VERTICAL 1 Storm. 2 Russian mountain 3 Bestows approval 4 Small child 5 Paid notice C Huge 7 Rational 8 Wave length (ab.) 25 Conducts 27 Mourning hymn 28 Knock 2D Agc- 31 First woman 9 C.ompnss point 32 Was seated 1C Mended 38 Cuddle 11 Unbleached 40 Mend 12 Bird's home 17 Either 18 Whirlwind 21 Glut For Sale 285 Aerea of highly, Improved Und on Highway; «1 four miles Bonth of I51y- thertlle. C. G. Smith Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209; W. Main H'AitLIN' 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 Feelin 9 " of being unable to staTt 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. "Your No. 1 Service Dealer" Tel. 453 MAY Y TKS X'MO OE TALK WE'RE y \ GOIM& ID US TAUIM6 A WILL LL-Avfi HIM INTO 1 NO ROOM FOR GOIN& /1 ARGUMENT; ' —•/ . 7KtE MOST OP / OKAY, OOOU.C'MON\ iT-ALLPf / UP.' 1 HAVEN'T LEFT AT\COMIW6 OUT If PLUMMY STA.NDIMG-- \^*- ma uul WE'VE GOT THE JOLMT " O OURSELVES"^ MUCH THE BETTER TOR HIM.' OF THERE, BUT. FAST.' FRECKLES' AND HIS FRIENDS FACT THAT LARD WAS SAFE HILDA'S ATTEMPfEp RESCUE WA9 6EIN& PHVMSED BV HER- FELLOW STUDENTS SHe DOESN'T OBSERVE ALL , THAT PUBLICITY.' SHE DIOMT RISK .so ML>:H .' , WATER-WAS BARELY-OVER HEAD/ HILDA CRUBBLE HEROINE ALTHOUGH SHE HILDA GRU061E- ATTEMPTED TO RE COTES 7M£ "JOOV OR URD SAHTtl WHO W*S RtFOXT EO AMSSINS IHTlt 47 Near -ISSyihbol for selenium 40 Royal Italian family nnme 51 Lubricants 52 Gaelic 5<l Hiishmcn 56 Now Guinea port 58 Symbol for cadmium CO Revised version (ab.) IJyFRED HARMAIl OH-H. •W MEAD,' 1 CAN'T SE.tf\ t> RENENOER ANUHNG-' WHO ARE YOU WHERE Af'N-I REDRYDER.'lDONlt - RECALL-YOU— 1 CAN'T EVEN REMEMBER 43 Swiss mountains Cleansing substance 4G Regrets BY LESLIE TURNER Wf MUSTCOHSIOER AIL'V THAT 8ASE POS5I61E SOURCES FOP. / AT WENO/XO . TOLPyaUTHATUNCU SAMMY IS COKMM'THIS WAY. WE'VE 6orMORE TO PO.NOW, THAU ]UST POP6E JAP PATfiOlS! OUR BOV6 NEED INFORMATION 6ETTIN& THOSE FACTS- TH!flGET'EMC?ti|CK. r ANY SU66ESriOI!S.MRJ? IT S LAYOUr...A FEWMIHUTES IKI A CEPTAIM eUUWNfi, AND WE COULD (3ET JUST WHAT WE/.50UMDS WESP J PROMISING HEAR MORE ABOUT IT.' HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR JMncomplete'at hcld Gtt .Wt V!tVX ton, Tehn., Mr. slssippi .cpunly -,ag6'.h6 nioved at Clear Lake . — Beckic A. |'x'' daughters, of Ciarkton, •Comiick' of Steele of Huglies ilvc'rt of , Kwcrs.of .i serving ' .. |V .-ear'' in'good , this year last. Walnut at 5fh

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