The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1942 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 26, 1942
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TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate | per line for consecu- Ive insertions: >ne time per line 10c *wo times per line per day 08c 'hree times per line per day...06c iix times per line per day 05c «onth rate per line 60c ;urd of Thanks. 10c ime Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times nd stopped before expiration will e charged for the number of times he ad appeared and adjustment ( bill made. All Classified Advertising copy ubmitted by persons residing out- 'de of the city must be accom- jauied by cash. Rates may be easi- computed from the above table Advertising ordered for irregular rtions takes the one time rate o responsibility will be taken r more than one incorrect Inser- lon of any classified ad. For Rent Comfortable bedroom, men only. Chiek'asawba & 10th, ph. 2413. 5-7-ck-tf Comfortable room. 619 W. Main St., phone 2235. 26-ck-tf room Apt. with bath. Shades, laundry stove and oil burning heater furnished. Possession June 15. 222 E. Davis, phone 2209. 5-26-ck-2 Large front bedroom, opening into bath. 310 Walnut. 5-25-ck-tf 4 room furnished apartment with private bath. Phone 3239. Room. Men only. Ph. 2134. 23cktf 23cktf Room and board or beds in private home. 409 E. Main. 22-pk-29 Bedrooms for gentlemen; convenient to bath. 1109 Chickasawba, phone 2875. 21-ck-tf HORIZONTAL 1 Depicted is a 13 Expiate. K Caravansary. 15 Ripped. 16 This game is played on four —— or plates. 19 Corded fabrics 20 European river. ^ IHA 22 Loose.' *^ garments of ancient Rome. 25 Ceremonies. Answer to Previous Puzzle For Sale food alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken from press. Phone 685, Dr. E. V. Rt. 1, Blytheville. ie-pk-16 nise trailer. H. R. Edington, Her- mondule, Mo. 25-pk-G-l \vrUnut bed, springs. Mrs. W. H. "Miiiyarcl, ph. 2944. 5-26-ck-2 used Sundslrand adding machine. Can be seen at Three States Lumber Co. 23-pk-7-23 Two 3 room unfurnished, apartments, private bath. Modern. Phone 2433. 21-ck-28 Bedroom, large, cool. 809 Chickasawba Ave. 12-dh Comfortable bedrooms, apply at 1031 Main St. Phone 2514. 8-ck-tf Desirable bedroom. 1037 Call 2144 or 2592. Walnut. 28-ck-tf Fan, $65. Phone 2272, Arkan- Paint Co. % 5-23-ck-23 ngidaire drink box, 50 case capacity. See at Gwin's .Cafe, intersection 61-84, Hayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 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 good business cafe. Because of health must be sold at once. Office space. Thomas Land Co. l-ck-6-1 Bedroom, modem' conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. G21 Walnut. 9-ck-G-9 27 Provided with panes. 29 Rough lava. 3Mt has nine . regular ——; 32 Sloth. 33 Slumber. . 34Sultanic •decree. 35 Symbol for ethyl. 36 Cloth measure 45 Stout cord. 46 Cubic meter. 49 Pattern. 51 Presses. ' 53 Doctrine. 54 Percentages of base hits. VERTICAL 1 Wooden club used in this' game. are said to on base.. 8 Like. 9 Mingle. 10 Mountain nymph. 11 Short sleeps. 12 Discount (abbr.). 23 Nine regular AjNJE] Payers are ^=r—' each of the two . 24 PIay<*** f^.rxwys in song for striking out. 26 Tin (symbol). 27 Promissory note (abbr.). :il|E,A 26 Most action occurs on the in . 30 Altitude (abbr.). 32 American humorist. 37 Station. 38 About. 40 Ringworm. 41 Coaches stand —— first and third bases. 42 Bird. 44 Woody plant, Housekeeper. Motherly, for BOW! home. 2 in family, good pay. -101 S. Franklisi after 4 p.m. 25ckG-l 25 strawberry and cherry pickers. Start around June 1. Briny bedding, cooking utensils. Shelter, .stoves, rots furnished. Write or ccme at once. Plums, apples to pick later. John M. Phillips iS; Sun, Uuverence, Mich. 25pk27 Three waitresses. Must lie experienced. Apply PnUiec! Cafe. 37 Buoy marking 2 Small particle 16 A player has <15 Chest bone. asleep at 47 Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-6-14 Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chick- asawba. ll-pk-6-11 position of deep-sea fishing lines. 3 9 Greek letter. 42 Dispatch. 43 Choke up with mud. >? » 3 More painful. 4 Tedium. 5 Exist. 6 Meadow. 7 Players on . base when a side is retired a.bag if caught oft base. 17 Therefore. 18 Male deer. 21 Settled pay for services. 48 Reverend (abbr.). 50 Mountains (abbr.). 52 Symbol for silicon. 53 Transpose (abbr.). 13 IS 422 W. Ash St. 21-pk-28 LCRIFICE—1942 model special deluxe Plymouth Sedan. A. M. Dean, phone 503. 20-ck-27 room house with bath, well built, lot 50'xl50'. On West Main St. [Call 2566. 20-ck-6-2G Office & Apt., Ingram Building. Parkhurst Co. 6-ck-6-6 Two bedrooms, for men. 700 W. Walnut- 5-1-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom, 50G Walnut, Phone 2605. 5-21-ck-tf jlaza Cafe, 1914 Main St. 19pkl9 room house with bath. On cor- : |ner lot. Also, new 5 room house ;ith bath. Near High School. fir quick sale, call 2359. 19cktf BO dark red Duroc-Jersey Spring I pigs. Blockier. shorter legged, leasier feeding. Immune, registered. jStanton A. Pepper, Rt. 1, Blythe- vilte, Ark. 13-pk-6-13 |.imber yard. C. C. Craig, Leach - 11-ck-ll [41 Ford Pick-up, 11,000 miles, first 1 class rubber. 207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll Klge coupe, $50, good tires. 5 hewing machines, like new. Johnie JGoforlh, Half Moon Store, phone 9-pk-9 Rooms, 106 E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 Wanted to Buy Late model motorcycle, in good condition. Must be bargain. 310 20 29 SP? m 35 East Davis, phone 3217. dh Steel wheels to flt F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-6-23 45 51 25 m i-¥U<; &S II 31 cxj 1 •w? «K< 26 VZtf mi '•••W.W 17 •m '•:>:. rj '.'.'• J A; 16 27 8 34 4? 40 n h% ze 32 36 have equipment to move houses and oilier building. W. R. Garrett, 318 Lake Sired. 5-pk-(i-5 A nnouncements The Courier News hns been nu- thori/.ocl to announce the following cnndidacles, subject to the Democratic primary In August. For State Senate L. II. AUTRY Tor llcpn'scntativc W. F. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNUERL1CH JAMES G. COSTON J. LKE BEARDKN (for ro-i'leetkm) County 1 reasurer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Judge ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON (for re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-elecitlon) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) Refmish Yottr Own Floors! KENT OUR SANDER! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwf. Co, Defoe Furniture Co. 12(5 E. Main St., Phone 3221 Wanted: Used Furniture. you can trade your old furniture in on new. SMALL LOANS On Anything of ValiMJ. East Main Loan Co. 'JOG K. Main — Phone Plastering BOB MALONE Illytlifville. Plaslrr, Stucco, Concrete. IMione 2078 Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! BlythevilleTireCo. 01 North Phone FOR SALE Four room residence In Pride Addition. 5850.00 tush. Thomas Land Company H. C. Campbell, Salesman Arouse Sluggish LWtr. work ofl the bile to rid your.sclf of constipation, gtis pains, and that sour punk feeling. Take one box ol KIKBY'S ACTIVE LIVER PILLS SPRAY PAINTING E. SHEPHERD Phone 2272 Blythevill LOY EICH'S BEST BUYS Get Yours Early. I'Ml CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN Only WO BU1CK SPECIAL 4-DOOR SEDAN 1<)l() CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN 1910 PONTIAC 24)OOR SEDAN . 1940 PONTfAC COUPE. A floncv UMI CHEVROLET COUPE. A Meant ........... ...... Only FORD V« TUDOR. 19:57 CHEVROf.ET TOWN SEDAN. Wednesday only Trucks, all makes and car models. 1!/ 2 Ton, ,1/4 Ton :ind Pick-ups. 4MO-M. Some older. IDasy C.M.A.C. Payment Pan We Never Close Sales Dept. Open Until 9 p.m. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Phono 578 WARNING OIIHKK Mllllr Lime, Plaintiff vs. No. 7807 Sherman Thomas and Martha Thomas, Ills wife; Emory ,T. Thomrts nntl Thomas, his wife; Melon Thomas Cullnway; Archie Thomas and Mary Thomas. Ills wife, defendants. In tin- Chancery Court, Chldca- Hsuvbn District, Mississippi County, Arknnsns. The d c fend u nt,s. Shcrmnn Thomas and MarLhn Tlinmas, his wife; Emory J. Thomas mul TJio- m»s, his wife; Helm Tliomu.s Cal- Inwny; Archie ' Thomas and Mary Thomas, his wife, arc hereby warned to appear wllhjp thirty day's- in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Millie Lane. Dated-this 25th day of May, 19-12. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Eli/abcth.Blythe, D. C. H. G. Partlow, Atty for Pltf Percy Wright, Atty. Ad Lltcni. M20-J2-0-1G WASH TUKBS Found It takes the light of the sun a 92,000,000 miles to the earth. j little over eight minutes to travel ' bnks and Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double Bridges. Mrs. {Howard Bowen, Luxora, phone llPll. 8-pk-8 |ve gaited pony with saddle and [bridle, wt. GOO Ibs. Good to herd Icattie. W. A. Jenkins, Steele, Mo. 33. 5-pk-6-5 room house with bath, 2 acres [land. Highway 61 N., near golf •course. Cecil Bedford. 27-ck-27 State license tag. .Owner*. may have by paying for this ad. 22-27 There will be a total eclipse of the moon visible in the United States on Aug. 12. )LDFTSH MINNOWS — Day or [night. Huey's Gro., Highway 18. 4-ck-6-4 (iredo soybeans, recleaned and in jood shape. Ph. 3216, J. H. Smart. 22-ck-tf IMBER. C. C. Craig, Leachville, ,rk. 7-ck-7 |0 acres, made land. ' 2 houses, mile to school and town. Real cotton, corn and alfalfa land. This one of the best land invest- lents in Arkansas. Don't overflow. S25 per acre. 100 acres beared. acres, will overflow. Good timber, house. $5 per acre. All made . good title. C. C. Craig, Eachville, Ark. 9-ck-9 iTICE OF FILING OF APPORTION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Jotice is hereby given that the Ider.signed' has filed with the [smmissioner of Revenues of the vte of Arkansas an application permit to sell and dispense |ious or spirituous liquors for bev- 2 at retail (or wholesale) on premises described as 112 N. [cond Street. Blytheville. Ark. [Application is for permit to be |ued for operation beginning on first day of July, 1942, and to lire on the 30th day of June, as prescribed by Bulletin ted January 7 ,1938 and Supple- i^ntal Regulation No. 19 effective ly 10, 1937. PHILIP APPLEBAUM 5-J2 Applicant. Cheap—For Immediate Sale Equipment and Fixtures of the Modern Cafe, Kennett, Mo. Nine 40"x40" Dining Tables, 36 chairs for above, Eight Booths (Each Booth seats . four persons), 24 Foot Counter with ten uphol- •stered stools (Finished in Natural Gum finish), 24 foot back bar complete with mirrors. Back bar is completely wired (Gum Finish), One "Cory Coffee Maker" (electric), One large cash register, 8 Large Crystal Light Fixtures, One Water Cooler, One 5 foot steam table complete, One large Restaurant range cook stove, Complete hot water system with range boiler connected with range, Complete set cooking utensils, Complete set Cafe Dishes adequate to serve 80 persons. One large serving table in kitchen, One large table with shelves. One new fruit juicer, Four b'x8' new Venetian Blinds, Two small new Venetian blinds, One wash basin and one water closet in rest room completely connected with hot and cold water. Cafe or fixtures, or both. Everything listed above is in first class condition being only one year old. Building now occupied has 30x40 dining room with 16x18 kitchen. Also three large 14x20 sleeping rooms. See—CARL CRAWFORD Kennett Lumber Co., Kennett, Mo Save for Victory Have your shoes, tarpaulins and bean sacks repaired at the TRU-BLUE SHOE SHOP 316 E. Maiir St. We buy and trade shoes. WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONET Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Wain & Lake Phone 2822 CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 D. S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. THOSE J*PS'. DON'T LET THEM SEE X2U TAUON6 TO ME, PAPA,OP YOU,TOO, WILL BE CHAINED AND j BEATEN THIS 16 BLOOD: WHAT HAPPENED Little Tilo Speaks One Inch of rnlnfnll over r\ single acre of ground means a fall of H3 1 /. tons of water, or 27,143 gallons. By ROY CRANE 1 SMALL5EE THE COMMANDER! I SHALL DEMAND YOUR RELEASE! THEN TOMORROW. LITTLE TITO, WE WILL 60 TO THE MOUNTAINS,VOU WILL BE MARRIED,AMO WE WILL LIVE THERE IM PEACE AkiD HAPPINESS THERE WILL BE WO WEDDIM6, PAPA. THE JAPS HAVE CARRIED "DOLORES AWAY IM A TRUCK! FOR ME,THERE WILL BE MO TOMORROW, FOR I AM TO BE SHOT! FOR ME, THERE COULD NEK* BE PEACE OR HAPPINE55 AS10N6 AS ONE LMM6 BP ftEMAR on THESE ISLANDS; ATTENTION! AIR BASE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEN NIGHTS IN ORDER TO DO OTJR PART TOWARD THE RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF OUR NEW A R M Y 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 I) O'CLOCK. IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO STAY OPEN L A T E R THAN fl O'CLOCK WE WILL DO SO. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. "Blylheviile's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut St. Phone 578 ALLEY OOP JiTf. M. REd. U. S. PAT. OFF V .jmZJY NE«V SERVICE. Iffc. GO\MS \ BUT,DOC, WE'RE QUESTION!- \ IN A WAR WE'VE SCHEMES OF A ) GOT TO WIN,.. OSCAR. JUST FEDERAL FUGITIVE VOU'RE CRA7.IER. THAN I THOUGHT/ WOTHIWG NO/ AMP IV E GOT WHAT IT TAKES AMD YOU KMOW IT... IT'S YOUG. PATRIOTIC Plenty (o He Hone By V. T. HAMLIN NOW ALL I'M ASklKlG IS THAT YOU GET ME THE SUPPLIES I'VE 6OT OK)/-——-"" ALL THIS LIST ( RIGHT, I'LL DO rr.., wow GET OUT OF HERE AMD OUT/ VEH...THANKS TO YOU...MOW \WHEK1DOC GETS THAT' STUFF, YOU BRIMG IT TO ME... AMD THEM WE'LL GET ON WITH THE NEXT STEP ]N OUR CAMPAIGN/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Gal Gone By MERRILL BLOSSER Rectal Ailments UiKiermines Health Rectal disorders undermines the health and joy of more people than any other human ailment. Rectal pain and hemorrhage are danger signals of serious health wrecking conditions. Irritable dispositions, extreme nervousness, constipation, digestive disturbances, back and leg aclse etc. are a few symptoms. It 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. DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2!)21 ou want to buy more Defense SELL US THE FURNITUKE )TJ ARE NOT USING for cash! so liberal trade-in allowance for furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Fnm. Co. E. Main Phone RESCRIPTIOMS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices irby Drug Stores Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville, Arkansas SPECIALS! Extractions Sl.«0 Full Up'r & Lower Plates $25.<HI (Extractions Included) 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. Your Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer "Complete service, lubrication and repair department for all makes of automobiles & trucks." 121 W. Ash 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 Satisfactory) GIMME ANOTHER. CHOCOLATE RIMSE AMD GO HEAVY ON THE WHIPPED CREAM .' TRy OUR QUADRUPLE WXLTED WHAT'S COOKIN' LEFTY GAL TROUBLE ? HE'S CHASING THE . PANGS / FOUR. SODAS ALREADY J I SAW \s PATSY U LUSCIOUS- MUSHIN' WITH A HANDSOME CHUMK FROM PRIM6LE / I WENT' STEADY YEARS WITH HER.—- \ ARE" AND THEN THAT JERK. / YOU CAME ALOMG WITH THE / DROWNING CHISEL \ S YOUR SORROWS W/ IF HE ISN'T, HE SUR£ IS GIVING- SW1MMIMG LESSONS / COPR. 19*2 BY NE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC.'uVs. PAT. OFF ND THUS WE START LARD ON A MEW UNDERTAKING - WATCH WHAT HE DOES.' RED RYDER Children First Here's a Sensible answer to the car shortage. Make Your Car Last Longer 20 Years Experience in rcpairinir ALL MAKES of cars and trucks warrants our being "SPECIALISTS" in providing Service that is both satisfactory and economical. Our "Job Prices" allow you 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, ttatlcry, Radiator, Lubrication, Spark Plugs, >Vh. Tel. 453 Drive in Today. Save Money and Time PHILLIPS MOTOR GO. 24-Hr. Service By FRED HARMAN COUGH— COUGH- N O, r«JO / J LITTLE BEMER'5 ~"~"^ UMDER THERE: HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES What Now? By EDGAR MARTIN Boots IMV ESTIMATE A KlOl5E--AMC l COKi- FRONiTED A STRAM(3t IMTRUD- ER.. BUT H£\/lMG JUST COME TO GR1E.F BY PLAJ/iMG DETECTIVE, SHE is MOT GOIMG TO BE ow ,^uQt'«- euQt v . j SAHI soo A^e SOT I STIU- %t*l, I. A 90C\.! UO VXOWs WA£> L TO I VjONiOEQ OCQ VCWOW Tt\« COOt u > A .-Mri

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