The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1942 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1942 . BLYTIIF.YIU.E (-ARK.) COURIER \R\VS PAGE FIVE > CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: One time per line 10c Two times per line por day 08c Three times per line per day...06c 6ix times per line per day 05c Month rate per line GOc Card of Thanks 10c line Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and. adjustment of bill made./ All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- Elde of the 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 . No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Rent room furnished apartment with private bath. Phone 3239. 23cktf Room. Men only. Ph. 2134. Room and board or beds in private home. 409 'E. Main. 22-pk-29 CIVILIAN DEFENSE GROUP Bedroom* for gentlemen; convenient to bath. 1109 phone 2875. Chickasawba, 2l-ck-tf Two 3 room unfurnished apartments, private bath. Modern. Phone 2433. 21-ck-28 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 2G71. 19-pk-2G Bedroom, large, sawba Ave. cool. 809 Chicka- 12-dh Bedroom. Meals. Men only. Phone 2689. 104 E. Rose. 19-ck-2G For Sale Good alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken from pi-ess. Phone 085, Dr. E. V. Hill, Rt. 1, Blytheville. lG-pk-16 One used Sundstrand adding machine. Can be seen at Three States Lumber Co. 23-pk-7-23 Comfortable bedrooms, apply at 1031 Main St. Phone 2514. 8-ck-tf Desirable bedroom. 1037 Walnut Call 2144 or 2592. 28-ck-tf Office space. Thomas Land Co. l-ck-6- Attic Fan, $65. Phone 2272, Arkansas Paint Co. 5-23-ck-23 Frigidaire drink box, 50 case capacity. See at Gwin's Cafe, intersection 61-84, Hayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 Will sell for cleaning charges— $500 worth men's pants, coats and a few suits; ladies' dresses, skirts and coats. Hudson Cleaners, 320 W. Main. 21-ck-21 Comfortable Bedroom, Twin Beds, 2 Closets, Steam Heat. Men Only Mrs. J. G. Sudbury, Ph. 2413. 7-ck-t Bedroom, modern conveniences. Me: preferred, Ph. 3295. 621 Walnu 9-ck-G-9 HORIZONTAL 1 Depicted is « insignia of U. S. Civilian Defense Firemen. 8 Bitter vetch. 9Decay. 0 However. 12 Powerful explosive (abbr.). 13 Flaxen cloth. 15 Baglike part. 17 Disencumber. ISBaseball player. 19 Cooking 36 Near. vessel. 37 Subtle 21 Gaelic. emanation. 23 Half (prefix). 39 Unit of 24 Symbol for measure, germanium. 41 Cereal grain. Answer to Previous Puzzle 13 Music note. 14 Abnormal smallness of ;> the body (med.). *=*" 16 Opposed to go, 17 Their duties are similar to those of —— firemen, 20 Herd's-grass. 22 Abstract beings. 23 Harem, 20 Article of 55 Nickname for Harold. 00 Feeling. VERTICAL 1 Skill. 25 New 42 Like a hepar. 2 Pronoun. Brunswick 47 Containing ore 3 Eye part. (abbr.). 48 Egyptian evil 4 Solitary. 27 Open (poet.), 'divinity. 29 Print measure 50 Ringworm. 30 Indian. 51 Burmese 31 Painful. umbrella- 32 Pound (abbr.) shaped 3 4 Hypothetical structural 5 Newspaper paragraph. 6 Railway ; •;•' (abbr.). '^ 7 Affirmative. ornament atop 8 Concludes, pagodas. 11 Narrow band. 33 Purchases. 30 ICO square rods. 38 Bamboolike grass. 40 Christmas carol. 43 And (Latin), 44 Pastries.- 45 Wild ox. '4G Experiment. 49 Transposes' (abbr.). 51 Light brown, 53 Biblical pronoun. "We're out of pontoons 1 . 1 unit 52 Not wet. 12 Become weary. 55 Stop! Rooms. 125 \V. Main, Harry Atkins. K-pk-6-14 Restaurant at canning factory, good opportunity. Beginning of season. 901 Lilly, 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m. 22-pk-25 A good business cafe. Because of health must be sold at once. 422 W. Ash St. 21-pk-28 1941 4-door Plymouth, in excellent condition. Phone 2849. 20-ck-tf Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. ll-pk-6-11 Office & Apt., Ingram Building. Parkhurst Co. G-ck-G-6 Two bedrooms. Walnut. for men. 700 W. 5-1-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom, 506 Walnut, Phone 2G05. 5-21-ck-tf SACRIFICE—1942 model special deluxe Plymouth Sedan. A. M. Dean, phone 503. 20-ck-27 5 rooni house, with bath, well built, lot SO'xlSO*. Call 2566. On West Main St. 20-ck-G-20 Nicely furnished bedrooms. Steam heat. Gentlemen. Phone 3264. 4-2G-ck-2G Rooms, 106 E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 Plaza Cafe, 1914 Main St. 19pkl9 G5 acres good land with brick house and running water, M- mile north of Leachville. 82 acres good black dirt, good frame ! house and running water, 1 mile south of Leachville. Cafe and whiskey store. Excellent business. Must be sold by June 1. Call A. Guinn, Leachville. Ark. 19-ck-2G 4 room house with bath. On corner lot. Also, new 5 room house with bath. Near High School. For quick sale, call 2359. 19cktf Sleeping, room, all conveniences Men only. 819 West Ash St. 19-ck-tf Foiind ?J 24 32 37 41 i! m 56 8 2G 42 52 44 54- 45 46 10 27 31 35 28 15 II 19 23 3S> 55 20 29 f^36 40 Refinish Your Own Floors! RENT OUR SANDKR! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. Defoe Furniture Co. I2G 15. Muin SI., Phone I1221 Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you can trade your old furniture in on new, FUNNY BUSINESS SMALL LOANS On Anything of V»lu«. East Main Loan Co. 300 E. Main — I'lionc 2GCO PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Priced (irby Drug Stores T you want <o buy more Defend Jonds SKLL US TIIK FIWNITUKK 'OU AUK NOT USING for cash! Also liberal trade-in nllowunce for Id furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 01 E. Main Phone XWt Plastering BOB MALONE lUytheville. Pluslfir, Stucco, Concrete. Phone 11078 Try our "Own Made" Ice Cream Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! Blytheville Tire Co. "Dear Gertrude: Today I found a four-leaf clover—it was u lUllc too late, though 1" Highway 61 North Phone FOR SALE Four room residence in Pride Addition. $850.00 cash. Thomas Land Company II. C. Campbell, Salesman Arouse Sluugisn Liver, work of! the blip to rlcl yourself of constipation, gas pnlns, and' that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIKIIY'S ACTIVK 1JVEK PIM.9 SPRAY PAINTING E. SHEPHERD lilythcvilk Phone 2272 MIND YOUR MANNERS r M. *f«. orr Test your knowledge of correct soclul usftge Ijy answering the i'ol- knviiui questions, .thon chocking t Uui autliorilatlve answers below : I. !£ 11 all rii,'hl lo ask to borrow u 1' i-lcnd's enr? 'J. Should house guests of this Suininer stal Ion? :i. When a on a cross-country bus. should he put her bnus In Uu> bus and find ;i seal for her? 4. Should pa.ssenpcr.s talk l.o the expect l.o be' met at l.h(> man nuts a woman WASH TUBUS bus driver when the bus is moving? solution— Par ting 5. Should you open a window In a bus without asking? the per- Kon siLUng next Lo you if he minds? What would you do if— You happen to sit next to a soldier on a cross-country bus and he*seems eager to talk— <a> Talk to him? <b> Don't talk to him since you hnven'L been introduced? Answers 1. It isn't a good idea, especially in these times, if you should have a wreck, the car couldn't be replaced. 2. No. They should Lcll their hcstcss before they arrive that they will take a taxi from the station- since mast people are using their cars as lltUe as possible. :i. Yes. '1. No. fj. No. Better "What Would -You- Do" Florence Nightingale, ideal of the nursing profession, had a dog as her first patient. 200 dark red Duroc-Jersey Spring pigs. Blockier. shorter legged, easier feeding. Immune, registered. Stan ton A. Pepper, Rt. 1, Blytheville,, Ark. 13-pk-G-13 State license tag. Owner may have by paying for this ad. 22-27 Wanted to Buy Crickets are used as watch dogs in Japan, because they stop chirping at the slightest disturbance. Late modsl motorcycle, in good condition. Must be bargain. 310 East Davis, phone 3217. dh Steel wheels to fit :F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-G-23 WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main & Lake Phone 2822 CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIXES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 2H3 & GO D. S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. Lumber yard. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. . 11-ck-ll 194L Ford Pick-up, .11.000 miles, first class rubber. 207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll Dodge coupe, $50, good tires. 5 sewing machines, like new. Johnie Goforth, Half Moon Store, phone 763. 9-pk-9 Funks rrr.cl Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double Bridges. Mrs. Howard' Bowen, Luxora, phone 1F11. 8-pk-8 Five gaited pony with saddle and bridle, \vt. COO Ibs. Good to herd cattle. Wi A. Jenkins, Steele. Mo. Tel. 33. 5-pk-6-5 PURE BRED DUROC HOGS d, the- kind that make more money v.n less feed. 100 weaning pigs to pick from. See J. R. Whistle, Duroc Farms, Route 2. Manila, Ark. 4-pk-24 4 room house with bath, 2 acres land. Highway 61 N., near golf course. Cecil Bedford. 27-ck-27 A nnouncementit The Courier News Has been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Demo cratic primary in August. For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. F. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election) Connty Treasurer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Judge ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk iWv 1 , POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON (for re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) is ri POSSIBLE OUR LITTLE CHEPRY BLOSSOM THINK SHE SPEAK WITH By ROY CRANE HE:> MY .FIANCE'—HE'S TO BE'$|40T! OH. PLEA-5EJ 1 WANTED ONLY TO TELL HIW 600DBYE.' ATTENTION! AIR EASE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEN NIGHTS IN ORDER TO DO OUR PART TOWARD THE RAPID Al^D SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF OUR NEW ARMY AIR BASE—AND 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 fl O'CLOCK. IF IT KE- COMES NECESSARY TO STAY 7 OPEN LATER THAN f) O'CLOCK WE WILL DO SO. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO, "BMheville's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut St. Phone 578 ALLEY OOP That One Was Different DANGED IF THIS AIN'T,,. CRAZY BUSINESS/ /SURE...IT PROVED i THROW VOUK BOMB, MOTHIN' -HAPPENS... AM 1 VOU'RE HAPPV/ MV EXPERIMENT A SUCCESS/ A LIQUID EXPLOSIVE SAFE TO HANDLE.' x NOW THROW , THIS ONE >. nA AND DUCK >\ GOES/ By V. T. HAM LIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS .GOLDFISH MINNOWS ~ Day or night. Hney's Gro., Highway 18. 4-ck-6-4 \vood-G. G. Flowers, 4 miles west of GosneiL 23-pk-5-23 Laredo soybeans, recleamd and in good shape. Ph. 321G, J. H. Smart. 22-ck-tf Save for Victory Have your shoes, tarpaulins and bean sacks repaired at the TRU-BLUE SHOE SHOP 316 E. iMain St. We buy and trade shoes. LUMBER. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 7-ck-7 1GO acres, made land. 2 houses, % mile to school and town. Real cotton, corn and alfalfa land. This is one of the best land investments in Arkansas. Don't overflow. $25 per acre. 100 acres cleared. 160 acres, will overflow. Good .timber, house. S5 per acre. All made land, good title. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 9-ck-9 Wanted Three waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply Palace Cafe. 22-ck-29 I have equipment to move houses and other buildings. W. R. Garrett. 318 Lake Street. 5-pk-G-5 REPAIR SERVICE Radios - Washer Motors- Bicycle* GpAlt\NTEEI> SERVICE Clyde Llnyd—Horace Watkefleld At ParktiBwt Co., Phfme 9M Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Klytheville, Arkansa* SPECIALS! ExtracUons fl.W Full Up'r & Lower Plates $25.00 (Extractions Included) Recta! Ailments Undermines Healtlv Rectal disorders undermines the health and joy of more people than any other human ailment. Rectal pain and hemorrhage arc danger signals of serious health \vrcckinjr conditions. Irritable dispositions, cxlrcmc nervousness, constipation, digestive disturbances, back and leg ache etc. are a few symptoms. Tt is folly to neglect and endure suffering: when 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. TTRS NIKS & NIPS -l-^-lAO. lVl.JLJkj V\ xM.ILO Clinic 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 25)21 I HAD TO MAKE A SPECIAL TRIP , SO L BORROWED MY TIRES FROM THE PILE—BUT L WAS GONNA TAKE 'EM BACK/ 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. T. I. SEAT MOTOR CO. Your Chrysler-Plymouth Draler "Complete service, lubrication and repair department for all makes of automobiles & trucks." 121 W. Aah St., Phone 2122 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA. AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be SntLsfactory) Mighty Suspicious ; : x I THOUGHT WE WERE GONNA POOL OUR. TIRES AMD USE 'EM ON ONLY ONE CAR.' AR£ YOU THE ONE WHO BORROWED THOSE OTHER SETS THAT WERE MlSSlMG £-23 NOT ME, FRECK HONEST I WELL, JOE'S TIRES DISAPPEARED— AND THEM PAUL'S/ WHEM THEY CAME BACK, YOURS DISAPPEARED/ . COPR. 19*2 BY NEA SERVICE. INC T. M. HEP, U. S. PAT. OFF. Do You WELL, I HAPPEN SUPPOSE 1 STO KNOW HE GOT PAUL \ PINCHED FOP- BORROWED'' HIS OWN TIRES TOO/ VESTEP.DAV, AND He CANT DO SO VULES 'AN HOUR OMTHE RIMS J RED RYDER Turn Back, Stranger ttv FRED HARM AN Here's a Sensible answer to the car shortage. Make Your Car Last Longer 20 Years Experience in repairing AT,L MAKKS of cars and trucks warrants our beins "SPECIALISTS" i n providing Service that is both satisfactory and economical. Our "Job Prices" allow you to know IN ADVANCE the cost of nil repair service. "Keep 'cm running" WITHOUT overhaul repairing by having us check the following essential items: Tires Brakes Lights, Battery, Radiator, Lubrication, Spark Wh. Tings, Drive in Today. Save Money and Time PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 24-Hr. Service BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Huh!!! Bv EDGAR MARTIN 1M VOU* A14' OI\T£ OOtMfi&AL THEM

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