The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 20, 1944
Page 7
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OCTOBER 20. 19<i;I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum' Charge per line - ""«=> per une per day,, 3 tlnifc per line per da y... ...... 0* 6 uota per Une pj r d ay ...... 7 Per line per day..;;;;" "—'v** kuA t stopped before expiration will j>e chirged lor the number of times ine sa appeared and adjustment of Dili made. .i,hLf C i! u £ We ' 1 Adver »slng copy submitted by persona residing out' lde . ° s • «» city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. • •Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes.the one time rate. . :«o . responsibility will be taken rpr more than one Incorrect Insertion of RBJ classified ad. 3 room-house. Apply at 825 Clark St • _10!17-pk-24 One new ri .2,li.p.-s.p, GO cycleTllO- 22p;i'o)t motor. $40.50. Call Clara Hiible, 41T or 2269. 10i20-pk-2-i Prq^'ar,.• range cook stove,: Ivory color; j; : E: Krcch, 2 miles south on , Clear..Lake road. 10jl9-pk-22 Combine; -'International Harvester model 02, almost new and on nib- bef; nIso.F-30 .Farmnll tractor with new cultivator, disc and middle, buster. Will ,scM at bargain Terms. Uoyd Booker, Holland/Mo. : 10|19-pk-23 Good line of used clothlijgTndlliooT good business. Selling 1 on account of oilier'business. Will sel) nil 01 any part. Can be seen Sunday next to Chevrolet garage, Hayli, Mo. W L.'Sorrels, Gen. Del.; Hayll, Mo. Child's three-piece snowsult in goot condition. Mrs. Virgil Boyd, 201 ^Mlssoui'l. Phone 923. 10112-pk-!2 Pre-war folding baby buggy 1217 St. 10|19-pk-10i22 My: home, 400 Dougan; T. J. flames. ' . . 10|H-ck-21 Coa! stoves arc no Innger rationed. Buy the best from Planters Hthy. Co. ; '>'•'•*. 10-17-ch-17 Electric refrigerator, nigs, lamps' kitchen cabinet and dishes. 116 '?th .St. • 10U6-pk-23 Chops,, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa.hay, crushed corn and hay Ful-O-Pep poultry -and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service BlythevillC; Grain & Elevator Co. 1012-ck-tr mo-acre-farm—131 acres cleared, balance timber—valued at $1,000. 2 houses, 2 barns, 2 orchards, fenced and cross lenced. My tenant was drafted. On gravel road, e'le'c- tripity.-One m'le to school'bus; 2.K miles to unothcr school ami store. .Priced to sell. 5'.'. miles East of Knbbcl. Write Mrs. Bessie'L Cain, Knobel, Ark. fit. No. l. 10[I9-pk-23 PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CAHDS printed with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place your order now, WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-21-ck-21 20 good ^Northern used cars. Priced right .to sell. Bill & Clyde Joliff Manila, Ark. lOllG-pk-lllie' Steel, Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums • Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. .'..-', • 30-ck-l0130 R. ,0.' A. electric table radio, like new. Radio Hospital, 204 w. Ash. . - . 10i]8-pk-21 Nice standard size lot, 2 blocks from ,' Main Street. Apply 401 So. Frank""• 10]18-pk-21 Corner Ash & NlntTT SU. 6 room house with bath. Can be bought on terms. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Pho. 861—Eddie B. David, salesman fi room modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house. On 2 acres of land adjoining citv limits. Price $5850-$285U casli, balance at $50 per month. H C CAMPBELL, phone 2041. ____ • 10J17-pk-24 Place your order now for Christmas cards. 50 for $1.00 wllh name. See Miss June Buchanan, 2nd house North Camp Moultric. lOjlB-pk-25 Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-lG-ch-lG N « rly . V cw Natlonal Cash Register. Electrically operated. Tom Little t Rcalt y CO- 10118-ck-2S 6 room residence with servant's house. Close in. Price $2000 H c CAMPBELL, Phone 2641. 10117-pk-24 HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS-all sizes; Preserving pears. Joe Hester's Uro. &.Mkt., No. Highway 61. One six foot .meal box like new. K Four drink boxes good condition! r Jack Ma.rsh. . lo-ll-ck-25 MODERN LOW COST SHOWER STALL at Wards. Small space design with all fillings and curtain $44.00. Montgomery Ward & Co' 10;i6-ck-23 SPENCER CORSETS. Mrs. John Long, registered corsetlere. 133 w. Kentucky. Phone 3388 be lore 9 B. m. and after 4 p. m. lo;2-pk-ll|2 80 acres highly 1 developed cotton, corn and soybean farm; 8 room dwelling'; J.barns; other outbuildings. Fenced and cross fenced. On gravel road, mall route. Shown by ^ppolntaent only, price, $4,500 •~part cash. J. C. Chapln, Dexter, Missouri.' Phone 348.' '10]l6-pk-23 For Sale Good electric vacuum cleaner. 12" electric fan. Good lawnmowcr. Plione 2828. 10|i3-ck-tf Will get you anything you want, shade trees, fruit trees or shrubbery, w. S. Langdun, with Stnik <# Bros. Phone 2390. 10'17-u Ollc John Deere A tractor with 2 row planter; mowing machine and disc harrow. Phone 2G31. • 10]19-ck'-23 lot, uptown. B|2S-pk- 10J26 For ATTENTION! those hnrd-to-get Items, maybo you didn't know where to (jo. No use looking all over the country- try PARKHimST flrsll in business since 1004. Everything for the home, office and school PARKHURST, Phone 966 — 107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-14-tf Far Rent oom In private home. Steam heat . Phone. 2344. IO,20-ck-24 Room with kitchen privileges Two miles South Highway 61. Call 704. lo;i9-j>k-IO;22 3ne bedroom. 314 No. .Ninth. Phone 2177 • 10|17"pk-lo;2-l Sm nll 3 room unfurnished apartment; lights and water. At. State- toe. Phone 712. lfl|17-ck-tf Bedroom, convenient to bath, slenm ifl- hcat. 611 West Main. Phone 3325 10|12-pk-ll|ia Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1011 Walnut. Phone 2516. 10-3-ck-tt Office la lugram Building. Inquire ;«t .the P»rkhur§t Co. tt-Jfl-rk-tf Wanted to Vug «f> Tel. 453 Used oil heater. Calfor see Mrs. Gay at Jiedel's. 10jlD-pk-22 NOW is a good lime to convert your home into cash. Have lots of buyers for city property. H. c. CAMPBELL. Phone 2C41. lOjlV-pk-24 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords Bring to 310 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10;3-i)k-ll|3 Hay. and Corn. Blythevtlle Grain and .Elevator Co. 8|7-ck-tf Will pay eash for $10,008 worth of good nsed furniture. Wade Furniture Co. WiU pay 2oc per aos. lor wire co«t Hudsoc Cteimen. Lost Ladies Bulova wrist watch, on Cliick- asnwba or North 2nd Sis. Phone 2036 or 855. Reward. IO,20-iik-24 Brown leather billfold in Simon's grocery. Reward. Mrs. Elbert Bry- efin, Rotile No. I, Box so, c.ity. 10i2d-i)k-23 Ladies gold Clinton wrist watch with black band between A. S. Barbara'& Co. and Button's Show. Liberal reward. 210 w. Rose. 10;i,9-pk-23 Services Will keep children by hour or clay. Experienced, reference. Ph. 3127.' 10|19-pk-26 Experienced bookkeeper open for port-time work. Phone 2808. 10|13-pk-27 Willie.Bell Green, washing nnd Ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. fl]2C-pk-10126 Farmers—I will combine your soybeans. Phone 614 or fiS<l, J. C. Ellis, Jr., for terms. I0-18-ck-2l .Excavations in Slovakia unearth-. d bones which were, according to expert opinion, used as skates about 5000 years ago. Ebncr Cflnnfnjrh*Bi VULCA^R! zinc Tire A Tab* Repair O.tltn Belt EJt. * •. H»y. n (rmtrlj wHh Entler Am. PU.1 Fall and Winter TUNE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get Ail-round Better Performance! T.I. SE AY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - furls & Service 121 W. Ash Phone 2122 If you want to boy more War Bonds SELL US THE FUKNITURE yOU ARE NOT USING, for cash! Also liberal (rode-In allowance for old furniture on new. AJvin Hardy Funr. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 2302 $ $ (ARK.): jflURJISB NEWS V* SEVEN -00. 300 ucrcs land, Will work 3rd anil •Hh, Ixjcuied between Cnrutli- ersvllle and Wilson. 00 mm nl- fulfil planted year. Near school or ronu>. House with olci-lrlclty. \\m\\ mniinccr n years. Write Ito 133 V> __0s«oln. HXlil V> _f )s l CQ _i ll _ 10,111-pk'-lOlM SAFELY $ELL YOUR CARr s sH:S»s?"- TO PHILLIPS for TOP CASH PRICED No OPA Violation. No Delay. All in Cash. -«/> You Save Fixing-Up Or Guaranteeing Your Car. -w No "Come-Back" Wffen 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. 10[H-ck-ir Five or six room house. Call 2744. Jliroe or four room furnished apart- wilt for permanently located cou- )>lo. No, children. Call -100. 10-8-dh-tr Strayed While fncci nuiley cow, weight about 9(10 lUs. SIrnyril from Auction Hnrn nisi Wrdnrnlny 1'lndM' Please call SOS. lo;iB-|)k-23 FOR BALE CONCKKTK BTOKM SEWBR AIX 8I7.EB ' : Cheaper Th»n Hrld»e tombtr Oiceola Tile I Culvert Co. Phone Hi OMMU, Ark. "Help Wanlc* Experienced service station men. If essentially employed do not applyj See Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. or U. S. Employment Service. 10-20-ck-24 Sbrrte one to crate baby bed, stroller, high chair. Pny (jood price. 323 N. 2nd St. , JP-19-PHOJ22 Salesman. for .direct sales work towns N.E. Ark. anil So. Missouri. War Specialty, over $75 wk. Sec. Mr. Coffntaii, Goff Hotel.' I0-^0-pk-2l Waitress. Mrs. E. n. Reid, Wilson Tavern, Wilson, Ark. 10;19-pk-23 Man. to hc)p on press. Blytheville lo;20-ck-27 Gin Co. Deckhands and pipe line laborers for dredge work Steady work. Time and one half, for Saturday nnd i 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. I0;3-pk-30 j Jobs Wanted Competent . plantation bookkeeper desires change January or December 1st. Very capable. Write liox 13. P. C'., ','<• Courier News. lOjlS-pk-21 Hold Everything Poy to drive truck and work in shop. I Apply The Flower Shop, Glericoc Hotel Building. I0]5-ck-tf Experienced cooks and . Apply Hotel Noble.. l«-ek-U BASEBALL STAR HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured baseball player 10 Us Jl International language 32 Hoyal Air Force (ab.) 33 Negative 1.4-Novel VERTICAL . 1 Possess 2 Observe • 3 Measure of area 4 Steal 5 Dull color C Sped 7 Provided that 28 Exclamation —...~. 8 Finish 3013arricr v 16 Part of wheat 5Tml 32Conlainer 18 Addend 15 Broad 33 Barium '•19.Within 37 fleam (ab.) (symbol) 21 Belongs to me ia On lnc ocean 34 On account 22,I,ike 20 Bow slightly (ab.) 23 Either 22 Skill 35 His sport is 25 Accomplish 23 About base 26 Music note 24 Egyptian sun 36Sainte (ab.) 27 Exclamation god 37 Humor 20 Lost color 27 Account of 38 Heavy metal 57 Per 31 Forbidden (ab.) 3gPrint measure59Myself 33 Explosives "™~" ^~~~~~~~ 37 Beverages 1i Rough lava 42 Near 43 Iridium (symbol) 44 Missouri (ab.) ^^^ 45 French article |~ UK 40 Bismuth I'. • (symbol) |z"> I |i° 48 Toward 49 Sesame 51 He is third baseman oh his —— 53 Born 5G Morindin dye 57 Honey maker 58 Exist 60 Virginia (ab.) 61 He is a star G2_At no tlrce For Sale 285 Acres of highly, Improved land on Highway 81 four mllca south of Bly- G. Smith Dr. J. L Guard Optometrist at Guard's You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if you'll bring" that idie^car 'to iL""m ~»ii»—".i* ' •.•.'••*^~..:.~&.Z". :: \ : us, so that we_can re-sell sJ to someone who is engaged in'"essential ^vork and who urgently'needs' dependable*w^ titne transportation; WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! HED CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION? DOCTORS NEED , TRANSPORTATION! I " '•"• " ' < •• I FARMERS NEED * TRANSPORTATION! mm. FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Jty V. T. HAML1N THAT PRETTY/ """""' 209 W. Main WTH ANY LUCK AT KOWTOGEf'TMlS^^'y-.'>IM.SHOyLDh(T fltECKLBS AND HIS PUHONDH I'M GONNA WITHDRAW MVSELp : ROt,\ T^E CAMPAIGN AND VOTf / SOU roR. HILDA MYSELF; ^/ GOME CRAZY? "Will you make your little boy stop swiping our cement?" vv AND IF I HAD BEEN IN THE LAKF,- |) I MIGHTA BEEN DROWNING /-AND 1 WOULDN'T EVEN BE HERE IF IT HADNT BEEN FOR HILDA/ Bur SHE DIDN'T I KNOW--BUT I MIGHT , HAVE BEEN! •10 Therefore 46 Mall drink 4V Indian army (ab.) 40 Spigol 50 Sick 51 Golf device 52 Male 54 Evening before 55 Auricle Will eToriii -Worlt ? By FRED HARMAM, HER A CrtAI^CE r\KJl} 30 HER r\ORE GOOD TH^ to MIME rlER,limE BEAVER.' LETS WAIT LI1UE f 1ESTE.RDAY '\ A LITTLE GIRL, S1HAIGHT- YOU WITH •H-IOVE LOOS Ml'. I'LL FIND HER Ar^ Iff \AR ' , — sf. ORDINARY O'JTlAW f wee WE 6UTGOFOR A .SHERIFF JUST \ WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNER 'ISM'T THIS W BASE W Af TEi? HE JOINEP US, WE WORKED ON .. >T WITH FIliPlMO LA«flB,500N AFTER IMPRACTICAL ,., BESlPES.WE HAD NO WAV TO PASS ON A,yy «««• — T MATION WE'P6ET )-• - -?/ -- ^ / A WAV M PASS ' — ' IT ON wow.' ~ FEW WILES NORtH 0' THH WUAr-= WHERE I MET WHA.5W6EAK1 ANV Wfty, FELIPE 1 LEARHEP THEIR BASE.INSlDE OUT, BEFORE THE/ cor WISE ro HIM AM BY EDGAR MARTIN 6O\Kj(b OUR v/ifXV D,ON'T RISK YOUR OLD BATIERY WITH COLD WEATHER COMING Many Batteries are too weak to operate your car even in cool weather. Avoid that "Helpless Feeling" of being unable toItaTt 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

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