The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 23, 1944
Page 5
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: MONDOY, OCTOBER 23, BLYTHBVILLB {ARE.). (MUK1BR NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION y rat « P« r "no to consecutive ons: MWmum Charge .............. B0 o I (One per line..... . • IRC , per li . 6 ttawi per lino ptr d»j — -~,~- per Uoe 80o Ads ordered toi three or ilx times jfta stopped before expiration wUl Jjt cfcargid lor the number ol times tte ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy *i?)!r nitted b ? Persona residing out||floe of, the city, must be accom, i panied by cash, Rat«s 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. 0 room home for snle by owner. $4000. 223 Dougan. 10-'.>3-j!k-2(! $$$$$"$$$$$$$$$$ • ^—•—^ ,. •*» For Rent Bedroom, 101 E. Sycamore. 10,23-pk-2(i Room In private iiome. Steam heat. Phone 2844. 1020-ck-24, 3 room furnished apwtniqnt. 313 No. 8th St. Mrs. C. H. Wheclcv, 10'23-|)k-25 One bedroom. 314 No. Ninth. Phone. 2117. 10U7-pk-1024 Far Sale 3 room house. Apply at 820 Clark SI, '•• " 10|17-pk-21 SPINNING GLOBE & SOUTHERN 1 . ' . .BATTERIES Inspect our stocks of Auto Paris BRADEN'S AUTO PARTS 'Manila, Avk. 10;23-[ik-30 One sewing machine, A No. 1 condition. One constant level oil vah'e regulates p oll in heating stove. One steam pressure washing machine- 1117 Holly. Stfl Can be seen Sunday. , 10!2l-pk-25 Baby spales, .bed and dresser to match". Phone 2040. 10[23-pfc-28 Oiie new .K-h'.p. s.p. 60 cycle, 110- 22Q volt-motor. $49.50. Call Clara Ruble. 471 or 2209. I0120-pk-24 " SA VE~ON' INSULATION Call us for free estimate. We install Rock Wool. 'MISS. CTY. LUMBER CO. t __ lO-23-ch-23 Residence, 601 So. Franklin. See L. Fowler, fi31 Walnut St. I0[21pk25 Child's three-piece snowsuit in good ; condition. Mrs. Virgil Boyd, 201 Missouri. Phone 923. 10|12-pk-12 Electric table radio. The Radio Hos^ ^Plf<U.-.204 W. Ash. 10j23-i>k-26 >Gokl, stoves are no longer rationed. Buy the best from Planters Hdw. Co. . ;y. •; _' 10-17-ch-17 r'AT 1 .WARDS you can now gel the r '-> finest, BARN PAINT at a WARD V'. WEEK cut price. Gallon in "5s", ; '^;$1.59. 10i23-ck-30 Few nice Diuroc Boars, out of top blood Sines, ready for j service. ,Ioc T. C'aglc, 15Iy- } tfcvillo, Ark., Jll. No, 2, ~2 3 miles south on Highway 61. 10-21-ck-il-12 Anartmtuil may be had by buying remninlng furniture. 110 13th St. 10,23-i)k-26 Small 3 room unfurnished apartment; lights and water. At Stale- line. Phone 112. lOin-ck-tf Three room furnished apnrlment. Private entrance. Couple. 401 S Franklin. _ 1023-ck-2C Bedroom, convenient to bath, steam heat. Oil West Main. Pliono 3325. 10!l2-pk-ll|lZ Combinalion living-bed roani.'ccn- llcmnn, couple. Call 26DG alter six. 10;23-pk-!0;2fi Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2510. _ 10-3-ck-tf Ofllc* ip lB|»m Building. Inquire •V the P»rkhurat Co. U-SO-ck-tl •~^~>'>-~-~~~~o~~ ~*>^«4-* -v^^^v^r^^nr Wanted to Vuy 30 or 40 gallon electric water heater. Phone 2878. 10123-pk-30 NOW Is a good time to convert your home into cash. Have lots of buyers for city property. H. C. CAMPDELL. Phone 2041." 10|17-pk-24 Second-band clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 1013-pk-ll[3 Hay and Corn. Blytheville Grain and Elevator Co. 8)7-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,008 , worth of good nsed furniture. Wade Furniture; Co. Will pay 200 per Con. for wlr» ce»t Changers. Hudson Cleaner*. Betss Wanted SAFELY SELL YOUR CAR TO PHILLIPS for TOP CASH PRICE " No OPA Violation. No Delay. All in Cash. « You Save Fixing-Up Or Guaranteeing Your Car. v» No "Come-Back" When You Sell To Phillips. ^ No Mores. Just Come Get The Money In Cash. You Get From Phillips The Top Ceiling Price. JA Your Idle Car Can Help The War Effort. GET TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR TODAY FROM * THE No. 1 DEALER " PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. • Tel. 453 PAGE rrvji $$$$$$$$$$$$ Services Will keep cliiidren by liour or day. Experienced, reference. Pli. 3127. 10119-pk-20 Help for home Inundrylng, with good pay, board and room. Willie Bell Green, behind ice plant on Hwy. 01 North. 10i23-pk-lll(i Experienced service station men. if essentially employed do not apply. See Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. or U. S. Employment Service. 10-20-ck-24 • 10 acre suburban homestead. 5 room I house on beautifully wooded lot; j pecan grove; outbuildings; all city i conyenlences. Located on main r highway. Cnll Jinimie Stevenson ' • 3131 or 838. 10-23-ck-lt Chops, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn nnd hay' Ful-O-Pep poultry nnd dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. ; ' • ' 10<2-ck-tr Will get you anything you want, shade'trees, fruit trees or shrubbery, W. S. Langdon, with Stark BimPhone 2390. 10jl7-pk-24 Business lots, uptown. Phone 3264. 6 .room residence with servant's house. Close in. Price $2000. H. C CAMPBELL, Phone 2641. '• : 10|17-pk-24 20. good Northern used cars. Priced right to sell. Bill & Clyde Joliff . Manila, Ark. 10116-pk-llU6 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums ' Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. 30-ck-10;30 '• Corner Ash & Ninth Sts. 6 room house with bath. Can be bought on terms. ; TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Pho. 861—Eddie B. David, salesman : --____ 10|18-ck-25 ;6 room modern home, plastered : throughout. Servant house. On 2 j acres of land adjoining city lim- ; its. Price $5850—$2850 cash, balance at $50 per month. H C : CAMPBELL, phone 2641. ' lOjn-pk-24 Place your order now for Christ• mas cards. 50 for $1.00 with name. , See Miss June Buchanan, 2nd house North Camp Moultric. ! 10jl8-pk-25 Experienced bookkeeper open for port-time work. Phone 2808. ld|l3-i>k-27 Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 01. 9i20-pk-lli20 At one time, the wearing of an amber necklace was regarded as a cure for rheumatism. Man to help on press. Blytheville Gin Co. 10j20-ck-27 Adjustment nnd collection man to travel listing slow pay accounts. Should earn $60 or more vyeckly. ' No age limit. Clearing Bureau] 1514 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. !0;23-pk-24 Deckhands and pipe line laborers for dredge work Steady work. Time and one half for Saturday and Sunday and over eight hours pe day. Apply u. S. Employment Service, Blytheville. If essentially employed in industry or agriculture, do'not apply. Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific Co. tO|9-pk-30 Boy to drive truck and work in shop. Apply The Flower Shop, Glencoe Hotel Building. 10]5-ck-tf Experienced cooka *Bd wtltreocj Apply Hotel Noble. l«-dt-M Lost Brown billfold containing valuable papers to owner, somewhere in J. C. Penney store. Identification, Finder notify Robin Nierstheimer, Rl. No. 1, Box 40, city. lo;23-pk-2G Brown leather key case with 5 keys. No. 252 appears on one key. Phone 643. ' 10'21-pk-25 Ladies Bulova wrist watch, on Chickasawba or North 2nd Sts. Phone 2C3G or 855. Reward. 10.20-pk-2-l Wanted To Rent Building suilaWe for small restaurant. Within 50 tnilcs of Blylhe- ville. Write Box AB, Courier News. 10,23-pk-lo;26 ( Electric and Battery Radios. : Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-lG-ch-16 •Nearly new National Cnsh Register. | Electrically operated. Tom Little • Realty Co. 10'18-ck-25 'ATTENTION! 'For those hard-to-gct Items, maybe , you didn't know where to go. No ft \ise looking all over the country— : try PARKHURST first! In business since 1904. Everything for the • home, office nnd srhool. PARKHURST, Phone 96fl~t 107-109 E. Main. S-14-ck-H-tf • HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS—ail sizes; Preserving pears. Joe Hester's Oro. & Mkt.', No. Highway 61. One six foot meat box like new. Four drink boxes good condition. • Jack Marsh. 10-ll-ctc-25 SPENCER COft^BTTS. Mrs. John Lone, fcjialered corsetl'jro. 133 W. . Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a, , ; .m, and after 4 p. m. I0i2-]ik-il|2 2GO, 300 acres land. Will work 3rd and 4th. Located between Carulh- err.vllle and Wilson. CO acres alfalfa planted year. Near school or route. House with electricity. Farm manager 17 years. Write Box 133 Osccoln. 10jl8-pk-10,25 5 or 6 room house, will pay one year's rent in advance. Call Harvey Parrish, phone 20-55. 10|H-ck-tf Five or six room house. Call 2744. lOJlO-pk-11-lo Three or four room furnished apartment for permanently located couple. No children, call 460. IO-8-dn-tf Sotiely Changer. Name CHICAGO (Ul>> _ Nmne of the American Society for the Control of Cancer has been changed to American Cancer Society tot- the reason that the new tlllu has more scope, announced Mrs. Arthur f. Edison, Chicago society executive. Vet of Five Invaslons LAWRENCE, Muss, (UP)—An o! ( l hand at invasion participation is Lt. <jg) James I. Median of Lu\v- rcncc. now home on Icnve. Lt. Mee- htm look part in five invasions — Sicily. Salerno, Anglo, Ellin ami Southern France. He was an officer aboard an LCI. i:— GENERAL In I'fcvIfiiiH Puxzlfr French troops 17 Heinle VERTICAL 19 Snare Uelly 21 Dine 2 Exist 23 Bustle 3 Crustacean 2-1 Like •1 We 25 Change 5 Ever (contr ) 28 Follow HORIZONTAL 53 One who ..Hi; 1 Pictured dances Fighting 61 Measures of "j! French fieri-" ~~clbth ' ' "~ ' oral, - 62 He is the first 13 Arrival (ab.) of the 14 House ot r y to lead a Congress ">-. division of 15 Standard of value 16 Flesh food 18 Species of shrub 1!) Very small 20 Honey maker 22 Weight (ab.) 23 Part of circle 24 Rough lava 26 Music note 27 District Attorney (ab.) 28 Toward 30 Salmon-like fish 32 Musical drama 34 Erbium (symbol) • 35 Sodium (symbol) 36 Mollusk 39 Wireless '12 Alleged force Vi International language •14 Ocean (ab.) 45 Light-face (ab.) •}(• Tropical fruit 47 Proceed ;s DEIST G Wintry blanket 7 Final 8 Greek Idler 9 Cerium (symbol) 10 Historic 11 Sped 12 Weep 29 On account (ab.) 31'A«£- 33 Lost 3G Therefore 37 Flower 38 Timber 39 Decay 40 High cards '11 Concerning 40 Without cost 47 Group <18One time 50 Athena 51 Removed 52 Atmosphere 53 Clicer 54 Lair flG Everything 57 Manuscripts (ab.) 59 District of Columbia (ab.) CO Of the thing 49 Beverage 51 Rowing ' implements 53 i.Iargin 5!, Close - <j rously 8} . 36 m ii Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While If Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2911 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 KEW GENUINE FORD BATTERY—the BEST Battery for ANY make of car or truck. Fully Guaranteed. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel, 453 "Your No. 1 Service Dader" Walnur at 5th flout VULCAHIZIHG Tire A Tube i« B.I, (P»r«a»rlj Knll u )ul \Vlnt«r TUNf -UP SAVE KHfipllne . . . SAVE Tires, Get All-round Heller Pcrformniicel T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dcultr - 1'urls A Hervlro 121 W. Ash M you n.iiit (o "buy nVoreWnr lloiuls Sl!I,Ii US THE KUIIN1TUUE VOU AUK NOT USING, foe ciislil Also IllionO tmJo-in nllo\rntic<> for old furniture on new. Alvin Hnnly Film. Co. 3tl !•:. i\Inin I'lioii FOK 8ALB CON'CRBTK STORM SRWKR ALL HI/H8 Chuper Than ilriilge Lnnb*r Osceola Tilt I Culvert Co. 811 OiceaU, Ark. For Sale 285 Acres of highly Improved ttnd on Highway 81 four miles, south of Bly- C. G. Smith Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist o* Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if you'll bring* that idle*cat; to us, so that we can re-soil It to someone who is engaged inessential work and who urgently needs dependable'war-- time transportation; WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION] DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! ALLEY OOP WELL,WE SEES\TO II/WF BOWLED OVER ALL OPPOSt- r\ ,.: — , TOW TO OUR ESCAPE, ,/• ^ "~\ ' AMD THE COAST / f=OOP "x LOOKSfcCLEN?// ^ L ^'H GLING OOP OUT OF 1 HE RM./NCC BOUND CLOTHIMG. AZ.RO AND COOLA DEVA TATED 7HE. KMEMV WITH THE FIRST WE/NPOM ATHAKlt) Ouolii Kidos Ayuin EOT I'LU BE:r WAS TUB l-\RSr • AS A lWn=12lN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIKNOS foa A WHILE we THOUGHT I.ARD THE ELECTION To HILDA BKALSH SIlE ATTEMPreD TO °SA\/iF MB LIFE!' ButfXiwir APPEARS s;ie owty MADe THE HFROIC SESTURe "& e^iu PUBLICIT/--- jTscrjterAfjn i CO1SXE. IN!O TUP. LAST i ._ . ._. \.- ^ Tl-IIS MADHOUSE S I'MWI'IH^-v li>!.Tn\VAeA.M2/-, SOU ALL TI-IE \l IAMG OM TlGUi; UV/....GWE IITMWBE ,'EC 1ME BOOT/n H \. / ,/,<'£-- -. ^~'v\ ~— /'• ' i '~}l '•^^^i^^i^p, Tim Ciil'.s Out -. THE SUBJECT' ', DID YOU KMOW I LAkE? TIPPED You ' WHO WAS IT? II WOWT WHO'S THE: TFI-I 7RMTOR. IM y\t)u;VO(, ^^y MIDST ? / COULD V~~I MB wiiH FIR[ OUT ;. WOULONT o-p^i-^.V TALK/ • {i />-)'. m Hv MBKltlLL BLOSSljl RED RYDER WELL, It WA9 EITHER. '.L VvOMT MEMH&M 1 FRCCK OR JUNE// *NV NAMES— i ,. XANYWAY, GIRLS / HAVE T& SKK , TOGETHER. I OOPS! .-,, ( VVHAT AM I. y, v V SAYING/.'.' '•ffi. '('? Will Thi.s Cm-u'UcrV WASH TUBES MEANWHILE. MOLU'5 iv, PARTNER IN CRIME. JOE I RETURN'S TO THE SC ^ HARSfAH " "SEVEN RAYS TO WIPE our LIMK .,„.,. n ^f,*,~~~^,.,. ,_,.,-„.. WWHEI JAUJPI MEN) PREfOSTHROUS:'(5E(JEWL IJeurci-rt of I!;ul Tidings ff W\TH"OM!.Y A WKEKY(J CATCH •"• S.INK,: HY LESLIE TURNER WHAT' UWRE'VHAW SERVANT Lissc towssRy—— AOOUrMW!'- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A 009 CfAR WOVLVi .COOWt OT COV\\C \ippi •^-.* -* t£%£^y£f£.*J~&C*rf£--^. -~*

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