The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1942 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 21, 1942
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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1942 ,.' . BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NRWS PAGE SEVEN qs Wants (mssi/ie$l CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for' cbnsacii- Ive insertions: ne time per line ............... 10c times per line per day ____ 08c ____ rhiee times per line per day...06c 5Jx times per line per day ...... 05c month rate per 'line ............ 60c ard of Thanks -...,. ;...'...iOc line Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three- or six times ind stopped before expiration will >e 'charged for the number of times he ad appeared and adjustment it bill made. All Classified Advertising copy ubmltted by persons residing out- Ide of the city must be accom- laniecl by cash. Rates may be easl- y computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular nsertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken or more than one Incorrect Inser- ion of any classified ad. For Rent Bedrooms for gentlemen; convenient to bath. 1109 Chickasawba, phone 2875. 2I-ck-tf Two 3 room unfurnished apartments, private bath. Modern. Phone 2433. 21-ck-28 SHADOW STAR Answer to Previous Puzzle Two 2-room apartments, two 3- room furnished apartments in Dell. Call 774, S. T. Freeman. 18~ck-25 3 room duplex apartment with bath. Newly decorated. Call 2671. • 19-pk-26 OR A TB Bedroom, large, sawba Ave. cool. 809 Ohicka- 12-dh Bedroom. Meals. Men 2689. 104 E. Rose. only. Phone '19-ck-2G Comfortable bedrooms, apply at 1031 Main St. Phone 2514. 8-ck-tf Desirable bedroom. Call 2144 or 2592. 1037 Walnut. 28-ck-tf T EA tl A M Y "I 0 CTR H AN K D OR EW M R ET T D OE N£ NQX OR EMEN B oe ytiLI HORIZONTAL .1,5 Pictured screen actress. 11 Gloss. 13 Maker of earthen vessels. • 15 Roved. 17 Showy:* pretense. 19 SymiDbl for tellurium.- 20 Italian royal •family name. 21 M.ale sheep. 22 Roman'roads. 45 Hank of yarn. 4 At this place. NN] D D hood alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken 1 from press. Phone 685, Dr. E. V. Hill, Rt. 1, Blythevilie. 16-pk-16 d business cafe. Because of ! "nealth must be sold at once. 422 W. Ash St. 21-pk-28 Office space. Thomas Land Co. 1-ck-G-l Comfortable Bedroom, Twin 2 Closets. Steam Heat. Men Only. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Ph. 2413. 7-ck-tl |941 4-door Plymouth, in excellent condition; Phone 2849. 20-ck-tf [^ORIFICE—1942 model special deluxe Plymouth Sedan'. A. M. Dean, phone 503. 20-ck-27 room house with bath, well builfc. lot 50'xl50'. On West Main St. Call 2566. • 20-ck-6-2G I'laza Cafe, 1914 Main-St. 19pkl9 l'j acres good land with- brick house and running-water, 3 /- mile north of Leachville. |2 acres good black dirt, good frame house and running' water, 1 mile south of Leachville. | : afe and whiskey-'store. Excellent business. Must be sold by June 1. Call A. Guinn, Leachville, Ark. 19-ck-2G room house with bath. On corner lot. Also, new 5 room house with bath. Near High School: For quick sale, call 2359. ; 19ckti lot in Maybell 3309 or 2721. Addition. Phone 14-ck-tf Bedroom, modern conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. 621 Walnut. 9-ck-6-9 Bedroom, hot and cold water. Men only. Phone 2134. 15-ck-22 26 Sow. 2 8 Tree. 29 High School : (abbr.). 31 Born. 32 Laughter sound. 33 Swiss river. 34 Golf teacher, 36 Symbol for titanium. 37 Deep hole. 39 Genus of frogs. 41 Anxieties. 43 Exist. 49 Rhode Island (abbr.). 50 Enrages. 53 Annoyer. 56 Sensibilities. 58 West Indian fugitive slave. 59 Climbing palm. 60 American educationist. VERTICAL 1 Tenant, 2 Beneath. 3 Golf mound. 18 Vein of ore. 23 Coronet. 24 She is a well known . 25 Causerie. 27 Weird. 30 Levantine . sailing vessel. 34 Type of canoe. 35 Ass. 37 Jail. 38 Former Russian ruler. 40 Sphere of action. 42 Malicious burning. 44 Formerly. 4G Exclamation. 47 Soften, OS leather. 45 Milkman's hand cart. Wanted to Buy Lfitc model motorcycle, In good condition. Must be bargain. 310 East Davis, phone 3217. clh Steel wheels to ni F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-5-23 G Upward. 7 Drunkard. 8 Stimulate. 9 Vessels for heating liquids. 10 Hollywoodian agrecrs. 11 Go on (music) 51 Nova Scotia 12 Thing in law. (abbr:). H Music note. 52 Matching 15 Homeless group, chikl. 54 Constellation. 16 Doctor 55 Half an cm. Theologine 57 Symbol for. (abbr.). samarium. Accident Blame Placed On After-Hour Excesses PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Oeoi'Re Hlinf, Pullman company mechanic who husin Imd a work accident in 55 years, snid recently that job safely depends most "on the life you leuci after the whistle blows." Safely devices and rules are important, he said, but they won't protect the. men who live in unhappy homes, indulge in excesses after- hours or worry over personal problems. "The best, safety devices won'I. protect the mun whose mind isn't on his work," Hani' said. Modern house, built-in breakfast nook, cabinets. Apply 122 W. . Cherry. ' 15-pk-22 Front bedroom adjoining bath. Gentlemen preferred. 122 W. Cherry. 15-ck-22 PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Front bedroom close In. 515 West Walnut. Phone 2327. 5-ck-tf Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. W-pk-6-14 Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. ll-pk-6-11 Office & Apt., Ingram Parkhurst Co. Building. 6-ck-6-6 Room, 1138 Willow, after 6 p.m. Phone 2268 dh Two bedrooms, for Walnut. men. 700 W. 5-1-ck-tf If you want to buy more I)ef<'i»-e Boni] s SEU, us TIIR FIJKNHUKI* YOU -AKE NOT USING for cns»>! Also liberal (radc-in allowance ror olfl furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co, 3111 E. Main Phone Refmish Your'Qwh floors! RENT OUR SANDER! Tom IjtUe Hdwe. Co. Defoe Furniture Co. 120 E. INfula SI., Phone 3221 Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you can trade your old furniture in on new. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Valuu. East Main Loan Co. 30G E. Main — Plume 2CGU Plastering BOB MALONE Illythevllie. Plaster, crpte. I'hone 2078 Con- |30 clark red Duroc-Jersey Spring pigs. Blockier, shorter legged, easier feeding. Immune, registered. Stanton A. Pepper,- Rt. 1, Blythe- vilie, Ark. 13-pk-6-13 iber yard. ille; Ark. C. C. Craig, Leach- 11-ck-ll |)41 Ford Pick-up, 11.000 miles, first class rubber. 207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll (lodge coupe, $50, good tires. 5 I sewing machines. like new. Johnie Goforth, Half Moon Store, phone 7G3. 9-pk-9 clothing cabinets, lunber, shelving. All for $50. Hudson Tailor Shop. 9-ck-6-9. Comfortable Bedrooms Adjoining Bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516". 21-ck-tr Comfortable bedroom, 506 Walnut, Phone 2605. 21-ck-tf Two furnished rooms. 621 Chlcka- sawba. Apply In rear. 24-ck-tf Try our "Own Made" Ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing MaterlAl* Limited! VALUES. IN USUI) TRANSPORTATION 101! WJICK r.-PASS. COUPK. UXTRAS Highway Cl North Phone FOR SALE Four room residence in Prldft Addition. ?8!>0.00 cash. Thomas Land Company II. C. Campbell, Salesman Arouse Sluggum Liver, work olT the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pnins, ftnd thnt sour punk feeling. Take one box of KIHBY'S ACTIVE LIVER I'lM.S 19-10 1HI1CK Kxlrns . . .. t'LlJH SUDAN. 1910 PONTIAC 2-1)0011 SUDAN 1911 PLYMOUTH SPOK r r SUDAN . , ..' 1911 CIIKVROLKT (X)UPK. A Honov 1910 CIIHVROLKT TOWN SUDAN . 1910 PONTIAC 2-1)0011 SUDAN E. SHEPHERD Phone 2272 Illytheville 15):$7 PLYMOUTH COVJPK S325 We know you can't duplicate these USKI)CAR VAL- IIKS anywhere - - - Come in. fcec for Vourself. Easy (I. i\l. \Ve Never Close A. C. Payment Plan Sales Depl. Open Until 1) p.m. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. •^' ' ' •' ...-•• ••••.; - o, 11...: . - f • , Phone 578 R.lythcville, Ark. Mayor Minus Office 10 Years EUGENE, Ore. (UP)—The mayor is finally to have a private office. After 10.years of service, and no Nicely furnished bedrooms. Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone 3264.' 26-ck-tf funks and Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double' Bridges-. Mrs. Howard Boweri, Luxora, phone ive gaited pony with saddle and bridle, wt: 600 Ibs. Good'to herd- I cattle. W. A. Jenkins, Steele, Mo. Tel. 33. 5-pk-6-5 PURE BRED DUROC HOGS [eep red, the kind that make'more | money on less feed. 100 weaning pigs to pick from. See J. R. I Whistle, Duroc Farms, Route 2, Manila, Ark. 4-pk-24 Ford pickup, first class condition. 15 good tires. Cash only. Blytheville Machine Sbnp. j-ck-tf. rnnrvi >iorise with bath, two lots. Apply Franklin Worth, Post Of- i fice. 30-pk-5-8 room house with bath, 2 acres Jand. Highway Gl N., near golf .nirse. Cecil Bedford. 27-ck-tf lOLDFLSH MINNOWS — Day or 1 night. Huey's Gro., Highway 18. 4-ck-6-4 ]— G. G. Flowers, 4 miles west [of Gosneil. 23-pk-5-23 \redo soybeans, recleaned and in | good shape. Ph. 3216, J. H. Smart. 22-ck-tf 2 room house on South Second St. Call 2566. 20-ck-6-20 Rooms, 106 E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 Sleeping room, an conveniences. Men only. 819 West Ash St. 19-ck-tf Announcements The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject' to the Demoi- cratic primary In August.' For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. F. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election)' ': County TTeasurer . JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Judge ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) Comity" Clerk '• •• T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON (for re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for" re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRI9 (for re-election) WE FILtrALL- DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND-SAVE YOU MONE^ Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. & Lake Phone 2822 office in the city hall, Mayor Elisha Large wns told-that the city council had decided to partition an office for him in the quarters now occupied by the treasurer. CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ; ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 D. S. Liiney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. ATTENTION! AIR 1USE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEN NIGHTS IN ORDER TO DO OUR PART TOWARD THE RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF OUR NEW ARMY AIR BASE—AND 1 TO HELP ALL TRUCK OPERATORS KEEP THEIR TRUCKS ROLLING—WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FACT THAT OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT WILL STAY OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL'9 O'CLOCK. IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO STAY OPEN LATER THAN f) O'CLOCK WE WILL DO SO. LOY E!CH CHEVROLET CO. "Blytheville's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut St. Phone 57fi lUMBER. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck-7 l>0 acres, made land. 2 houses, mile to school and town. Real I cotton, corn and alfalfa land. This | is one of the best land investments in Arkansas. Don't overflow. $25 per acre. 100 acres 1 cleared. liO acres, will overflow. Good tim- ]ber, house. $5 per acre. All made land, good title. C. C. Craig, I Leach ville, Ark. 9-ck-9 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. loy for fountain work. Apply 1 Kirby's Highway Drug. 20-ck-tf have equipment to move houses and other buildings. W. R. Gar- |rett, 318 Lake Street. 5-pk-6-5 'EPAIR SERVICE dios - TVasber Motors - Bicycltt GUARANTEED SERVICE Clyde I,Inyd—Horace Wakefield At Parkhurst Co., Phone 966 23-pk-5-23 Situation Wanted Dr. W. F; Brewer , Dentist Klytheville, Arkansu i SPECIALS! Extractions Full Up'r & Lower Plates $25.00 (Extractions Included) Rectal Ailments Undermines Health Rectal disorders undermines the health and joy of more people than any other human ailment. Rrclal pain and hemorrhage arc danger signals of serious health ^recking conditions. Irritable dispositions, extreme nervousness, constipation, digestive disturbances, back and leg: ache etc. are a ; few' symptoms. It is folly to neglect and endure suffering \vhen the best of scientific modern treatments and methods to cure these conditions arc in your midst. No hospital fees, no confinement to bed. except in very rare conditions when a day or two is preferred off duty. DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main Blythevillc, Ark. Phone 2!)21 Ixperienced bookkeeper desires ex- [tra work after business hours'^ | Phone 2808. 15-pk-22 Avoid continuous heavy pressure the brake pedal. Hot brakes lear out very rapidly. Take Advantage of Our SPECIAL SPRING TUNE-UP and VICTORY CHECK-UP It consists of a thorough checkup of your auto; cleaning, tightening and adjusting all parts. il. 1. SEAY MOTOR CQ. sYonr Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer .."Complete service, lubrication '^and repair department, for all makes of automobiles & trucks." 121 W. A-sh St., Plipne 2122 DON EDWARDS PORTABLE "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STKthrr PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Here's a Sensible answer to the car shortage. Make Your Car Last Longer 20 Years Experience in repairing AT,L MAKES of cars and trucks warrants our being "SFEf'tATJSTS" in provides Service that is both satisfactory and economical. Our "Job Prices" allow yon to know IN ADVANCE the cost of all repair service. "Keep 'em running" WITHOUT overhaul repairing by having; us check the following essential items: Tires Brakes Lights, Battery, Had ia tor, Lubrication. Spark Plugs, Wh. AMgnnr.-nt Tel. 453 Drive in Today. Save Money and Time PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 24-Hr. Service By. ROY CRANE THE ROAD IM THE 5P'O.TL'i6KT OF A ALONe.THE 6IPL rr 16 NO LOI06ER > DON'T YOU SAFE TO GO WTO 6TAND? X WU5T THE VILLAGE: Vi I'VE 6OT THEY ARE TO SHOOT HER SWEETHEARTy ROOK CHILD! SHE'5 HEARP THE NEVOS CAM ONE BLAME HER FOR W\6HIN6 TO 6AV Jiv V. T. IIAMLIN. " • ' BROUGHT ME BUT YOU CAM VJONJMUG .XKXVOW BUTt. DONV'T AMYTHtKJG ABOUT CHEMICALJS ...X CANST EVEM T2EA.D LABELS ON /. STICK.'AROUMD HE^EJDST MOW Lessee... HE SAID RIGHT OPPOStTF- TH" E.1G KJOW IMS TO MAKE WAMTED ALL RIGHT FRECKLES AND K1S FRIENDS FOUR.~TifiLES DISAPPEAR THEM THEY COME BACK/. FOUR. MORE / THEN DISAPPEAR. AMD THEY BACK / S MORE DISAPPEAR AND THEY COME BACK!/ 2-B-34<i — - 8JG&+—-9L2372 — 4 &2.905---THERE TMEV ARE/ CXDlHEY LOOK. AS IF THEY'RE" / BUT THEY MISSING? I WERE MISSING WELL, LOOK AT ME l!M GOMNA BE DIFFERENT;! BUT I.:AINT EVER COMING- BACK/ By FRED HARMAN RED RYDER - A SHARP AX FRONT TEKT POLE ' AND THE HEA.VV CANVAS TRAPS AND LITTLE . EDGAR MARTI HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Shhh—hh!

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