The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 25, 1944
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25, 19il CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION . rate per line for consecutive Minimum c.hnrgo 50o 1 tune per line....... i6o 2 times per Hue per <Uy.. 120 S Urn* pfcr line p^d^ j° S^Umea per line per, diy 70 ""»« P*r line per d»J 60 1 Month per Une jOc Ads ordered for three or sir times jnd stopped before expiration will oe charged for the number of times tfce ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy eupiultUii by persons residing out- IJJae of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates nuiy be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will bo taken lor moro than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale BLYTHEVILLE (AM.). COURIER NEWS Hentlng wood, cook .wood, dry; also kindling, phone CM 24.'uk-2T Wood or coal circulator' heater. Night phone 3309, O. S. Uolllsori. 10f25-ck-tf For Rent * V $ $ Bedroom wlili kitchen privileges. 201 W. Vine. , 10j24-pk-27 Nicely furnished bedroom with kitchen privileges. Phone 2102. ' Room'adjoining • bntli. 1125 llctirn. Phone 3316. . 10j24-))k-31 Furnished house. .Five rooms and biillL Mrs'. 'E. 13.' Lloyd, Ynrbro. Phone 711. 10-2'5-|)k-\l|l Bedroom, 101 E. Sycamore. lo;23-pk-2C For Sale Home for sale; located at 1023 Holly St. Considered to be one of the choice locutions in Blytheville. 3 bedrooms, living room, dining loom, large kitchen nnd bath. Hardwood floors throughout, garage connected with private entrance through kitchen, inlaid lin- olciim in bath ancf kllclicn. This s house js equipped with window guards', 7 awnings, automatic oil hot water heater, window fan and new oil>.heater 1 in living room and small oil burner in bath. room. Servants house with running water and extra garage on back of lot. House Is termite free with .'guarantee, plenty' of shade trees ami shrubbery, immediate possession. Shown by appointment only. Call 602 or 20'17. ifl-25-ck-28 Tractor, Oliver Roivcrop 70, 3 row middle buster, 2 row cultivator, . disc, breaking plows, mowing ina- . chine. Can Pemiscot Land and .; Coopers Co. Gin, Steele, Mp. I0;44-pk-31 Apartment may be had by buying remaining furniture. 11G 13th St. : 10;23-nk-2(i Three room funrislwd nnnrtmcnt. Private entrance. Cotiptc. 401 S Franklin. 10!23-ck-26 Bedroom, convenient to bath, steam heat, 611 West Main. Phone' 3325. v 10 12-pk-lljlZ ;ombinalion living-bed room. Geii- (Ictimn, couple. Call 2G9C after six. 10;23-pk-10i26 ' 4 milk cows and one or two mules. ; Inquire C. B. Kelly's Fruit Slnnd, • one mile cast on Hwy. 18, Apply . after 4 o'clock. ' 10j25-pk-28 Pre-war baby buggy In good coiv Jlltlon. 1012 West Hcarn. 10125pk28 Four lots, 1 four room house, 1 two' ; room house. For tjuick sale, 51500 Hel» 1 cash. See W. R. Wicker, No. 10th Street. 10|24-pk-27 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2ai«." 10-3-ck-tt on Ice la Jtfr»!n Building, inquire »t (lie Parfchunt Ob, , 11-SCtclc-tf Wahieti toW* 30 or 40 gallon electric wafer heater. Phone 2878. lbj23-pk-30 Second-hand clothing, rAen's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 318 E. Main. Tnie-Blue Shoe Shop. 10S3-pk-lil3 Hay and Corn. Blythevilie Gralr and Elevator Co. 817-ck-tf Will pay itesh for |lb,O.W worth of good used fnrni- tare. Wade Fumitors Co :SAFELY SELL YOUR CAR" TO PHILLIPS for TOP CASH PRICE NQ OPA Yiofgtion, Np Delay. AM in Cash. "•!£' / You Save Fixing-Up Or Guaranteeing Your Car. «i No "Come-Back" When You Sell To Phillips, v, 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 PRICf FOR YOUR CAR TODAY FROM THE No. 1 DEALER -PHILLIPS MOTOR ¥»• Tel. 453 Eun«r CuilBf kui VULCAKIZinG Tire A Tube Repair • ». p. Kail and Winter TUNE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get AH-rotmd Better T. L SEAY MOTOR CO. Cliryslcr Denim - Purls A 8trvle« 121 W. Ash i'lione mi H you want to buy mere War BomU SKLl US THE FUKN1TUKK VOU ARK NOT USINH, for cashl Also liberal <rnil«-ln allowance for old runilturc oh new. Alvin Hunly Furh. Co. SOI K. 'Main ; ' Phone 2302 FOE SUM STORM SEWER AU/B1KKB ' " Cheaper Than Brldp Limtar Ojceola TiU I. Culvert Co. Fh»M 111 - - OcMwfe, Ark. Eo Sale Will pay 200 per am. lor wire coit Cleaneri. ' • House Has Centennial KANSAS CITY (UP)—Sonic 500 A bargain. 0 room house oil South to- borne laundrylng, >ith persons turned out recently to eel-:! ebr'ate" Ihc centennial anniversary! of 'a house which hits housed the' Coinuton fnmlly for 100 years.- Miss' Emma beta Compton, 84, current occupant of the;home to which her ('parents'moved hi 1844, was hostess. worth $3000. Will self tor "$23o'o .with only $900 cash, balance"$30 . per month. W. M. Burns, Realtor. ^ IOi25-pk-28 G room home for sale by owner. $4000. 223 Dougan. 10-23-pk-2G Gin Co. 10S20-ck-OT Norge electric refrigerator. Good as , new. Phone. 3160. lo;25-pk-29 SPINNING OtdBB; & SOUTHERN I BATTERIES Inspect our stocks of Auto Parts ! BRADEK;S AUTO PARTS Manila, Ark. 10j23-pk-30 Dcckliands and pipe line laborers for dredge work Steady work. Time and one half-tor Saturday ari'a Sunday and over eight hours per day. Apply U. S. Employment Service, Blytheville. If essentially •employed in industry or agriculture, do not apply. Atlantic, Gulf & Pacific Co. ' • • , 10'|9-pk-30 dresser to 10[23-])k-26 Baby scales, bed and match.'Phone 2040. SAVE ON INSULATION kCall us for-free estimate. We * install Rock Wool. . MISS. CTY. LUMBER CO. : Phone 4-15. .10-23-ch-23 Child's three-piece snowsuit in good condition; Mrs. Vkgil Boyd, 201 ^JMissourl. Phone D23. 10'112-pk-12 Electric table radio. Ilie Radiolfos- ^ pital. 204 W. Ash. 10j23-pk-26 Coal stoves-arc no longer rationed. Buy the best from , Planters Hd\v. Co. : ; 10-17-ch-17 AT WARDS, you can now get the finest BAJIN PAINT at a WARD WEEK cut.price. Gallon in "5s", S 1 - 89 - 10j23-ck-30 Experienced cookj and waltrcmu Apply Hotel Noble. ll-ck-U Services Experienced practical nursing. Phone 3160. 10|25-pk-20 Announcing opening of new classes In Shorthand, Bookkeeping arid Typing. Mrs. L. M. Burnettc, IOJO Hcarn St. Phone 3270. 10j24pk27 We have a new process for cleaning and slerilizing your nigs and up holstcry In your homes. Work guaranteed. Phono 3900. I0;24-pk-ni8 Few nice Duroc Roars, out of fop blood Sines, ready for service. Joe T. Cask," Bly« Iheville, Arlc., R(. No. 2/2 ~ n7iles south on Highway 61. 10-21-ek-ll-12 10 acre suburban homestead. 5 room house on beautifully wooded lot,pecan grove; outbuildings; all city conveniences. Located on main highway. Call Jimmle Stevenson 3131 Of 838. 10-23-ck-tf Chops, shelled and ear corn, oats alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay Ful-O-Pcp poultry rmd dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co Will keep children by hour or,day Experienced, reference. Ph. 3127 10!19-pk-26 employing ;as as a raw material, is under investigation by many research iiisVi- utcs. It is a matter ojf particular nterest to .the gns iniliistry, sliicc It represent.? a potential hew use lor both manufactured ahd'natur- i] gas. Warm Morning STOVES Ration Free — Price $35 l|l'e are Going; but of the Stove • '•'.. 'Business. PAUL BYRUM'S STORE Phone : 404 FAMED STATUE HORIZONTAL 60 It is one. of 1 Pictured ,' the r rnost famous sculpture, —— Do Milo 5 Jeers 10 Ages . 11 On account (ab.) 13 Verbal 14 Bite 25 It is an -, ^ S i9 £ i« ./classical, i . sculptural' VERTICAL 1 Openfng 2 Great Lake 3 Short sleep outstanding example of the fine • 24 Genus of vipers : ! i 2G Deserves 28 Girl's name SBPtill alter 37 Goddess of dawn 38 Cereal grain 42 Ache Experienced bookkeeper open for port-time work. Phone 280B. 10]I3-pk-27 Willie Bell Green, washing and iron- Ing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 9j26-pk-UI26 Wanted To Kent Building suitable for small restaurant. Within 50 miles of Blytheville. Write Bos- AD, Courier News. 10;23-pk-10;26 5 or 6 room house. Will pay one year's rent in advance. Call Harvey Parrish, phone 2045. 10114-ek-tf Five or six room house. Call 2141~ 10|10-pk-ll-lo Business lots uptown. Phone 32S4. . 9i26-pk-10|26 Three or four room furnished apartment for permanently located couple. No children. Call 460. -__B15li f Situations Wanted VillUl \jU. I ' • 10i2-ck-tf Plantation manager, farmed entire 20 good Northern used cars. Priced right to sell. Bill & Clyde JoliM. Manila, Ark. 10jl6-pk-ll!lG Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans BIjlhevIlle Machine Shop. 30-ck-10;30 Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-lC-cli-lG *' ATTENTION! For th'ose hard-to-gct Items, maybe you didn't know where to. go. No use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST first! In business since 1904. Everything for the home, office nnd school. PARKHURST, Phone 266-101-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-14-tf HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS—all sizes; Preserving pears. Joe Hester's Gro. & Mkt., No. Highway 61. SPENCER CORSETS. *Mrs. John Ixmg, registered corsetlere. 133 W. Kentucky. Phone 3380 before 9 a. m. and after 4 p. m. 10[2-pk-Ui2 life. Can give good references, l/ce Rlley, 210 Cherry St. 10;24-pk-27 Lost Brown billfold containing valuable papers to owner, somewhere in J. C. Penney store. Identification. Finder notify Kobln Nicrstheimer, Rt, No. 1, Box 40, city. 10123-pk-26 tr BDayb'reak —._..._ . {comb, form) 29 Dogma 7 Bitter vetch 31 Rodent . . 8 Scarce 17 Standing room : 8 Retarded only (ab.) 11 Either 18 Dined 12 Near 19 Within 15 Any 20Father, • .16Spain (ab.) 22 Female sheep 18 Insect • 24 Measure of WKind^ cloth 21 Part of circle 45 Erbium i 25 Musical note. 23 Finish (symbol) 27 Stunt 30 Was concerned 33 Type of tree 34 Beam of light 35 Send in f payment 37 Come in 39 Therefore 40 Bone 41 Roof fmia! 44 Us 4C Exists 47 American writer 49 Also • 51 Track 54 Animal's foot 55 Bit of news 57 Calcium (symbol) 58 Mountain lake 59 Aristocratic 46 Symbol for illinium 47 Recreation afea ' ' : i 48 Possesses 50 Debutante 32 Organ of sight (ab:) ! >::• o '! 35 Fish eggs - 52 Alternating current (ab.) 53 Indian army (ab.) 54 Standard of value ~ 43 To the in_side 56 MillHiter 58Towar'd' 50 II Improved land M Highway «1 four soDth of Bly- Dr. J.L Guard • Optometrist Guard's 209 W. Main Is your car standing Idle much t of the tfme under gas rationing? . Does il cost you more In trim than it pays back in , ' kj !•"",! transportation? Why, not - - Into money-good money? •^ V> X'" • ' -' ' , Soil it to us-and let somf !*_•'!• Vyf Jl -' ' '. " ^ war worker have the opporv f t tuniry to got vitally needed transportation! ; BRING YOUR CAR TQ US... TQDA Y[ OOP Gil/. Is Confident Kv V. T SOME PUMB SE PON'T CHOP THAT! LIME LOOSE, WE'tL' HWE EZION-6EBES EATING OUTOF' OUR HW4PSBE- EORE \VELL.ai2, I'VE ear TO HAND IT TO VOU -THCT PRETTV Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While U Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS —~7" - • •• -'"~ .'.' YOU WAV AS WELL FACE IT, HILDA— -YOU DONT KNOW . ANyT^IN!G ABOUT-ATHLETICS/ Vox, Slio DOCH ' tiy iVtliURILL BLOSSli L WAS GONNA S Burl-CHANGED. MY MIND RED ItYDER Jor, HUH It \Vorhc'(i Onl' By FRED HARMAfl Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2911 OWT YOU HELP f\E GEU WE WERE: W MErtORT &ACK ; / CASUAL HR.HME5; WHW ml ACQUAINTANCES, YOU t<WOW AeOUTrtVU-rtOlLY — ..,. . LOW ... . SOMETHING ABOUT YOU-GO &ACK tO RYDER'S OUTFIT AND I 1 LL LET YOU KNOW" HA, HA.' AND WEN SHE SETS HER NETORi: BACK; SHE'LL '• REMEMBER SHE WAN1S TO , K1U RYDEf?— AI\'D'HE'LL BE RtCHT'HMDI'!' WASH TUBBS It Sounds Easy DON'T RISK YOUR OLD BATTERY WITH COLD WEATHER COMING Many Batteries are too weak to operate your ear even in cool weather. Avoid that "Helpless Feeling" of being unable to "start 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 BY LESLIE TURNER "EXACTLY! WE MUST TRftCE HIS \\OVEMEMTS ]• AFTER LEAVING WUK HDUSE,.,(?1)=ST(ON AlU" NATIVES IN THE VtflU\TY.,,fiHP HIS r«All WILL . 'teAU US TO LINK'S HIDEOUT.' /^- -S- BUT WHEBET DO I COME r ..TO FILIPiWO DOSS Y iSEE.COlOWELI SOOM HE WO ARg UMfiRMEFLH. I WOULO FiWD OWE WHO COUIP you MENTUM \ WHEM AMERICAN CAPIAIJI REWARP.THAT \ 60T NO KELP FROM VOU INTERESTS ME, ! IM FlNP/W<3 5ES6EANT LINK, rtE WOULt/ 60 TO WHAT ~AWUR A OTHERS FOR Alp... PLAN? * t FOR THlMiJS rHEJAOWeffi HAVSPOWETO-ER FOR SOOTS AND HEn BUDDIES Don't, Do Thill

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