The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1942 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 28, 1942
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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1942 ..BIATHEV1UR (ARK.) COURIER NKWS m CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION [Daily rate per line for consecuinsertions: time per line lOc /o times per line per day—08c ee times per line per day...(M5c Ix times per line per day 05c lonth rate per 'line 6.0c iid. of Thanks lOc line Minimum charge 5'0c. I Ads ordered for three or six times id stopped before expiration will charged for the number of times 2 ad appeared and adjustment bill made. I All Classified Advertising copy libmitted by persons residing out|de of the city must be accom- mied by cash. Rates may be easi- computed from the above table. [Advertising ordered for irregular Ucrtlons takes the one time rate I No responsibility will be taken more than one incorrect inser- i of any classified ad. For Rent 2 furnished rooms with inner-spring mattress and Frigidalre. Couple only. Phone 2717, 907 E. Cherry. 28-ek-31 room furnished bedroom. GOG N. Alma Growder. apt. and one Fifth St., -Mrs. 5-28-ck-tf CANADIAN OFFICIAL Comfortable bedroom- adjoining bath. Attic I 1 an. 1017 Walnut, phone 2516. 5-27-ck-tf Desirable apartment. Also front bedroom. Mrs. Martin, 817 Cbick- asawba. 5-27-ck-tt Bedroom next to bath. 618 Walnut. Phone 2037. 5-27-ck-tf New 5 room house in Luxora, 1 block south of school. $25 month. Mrs. Prank Denton, apply 122 E. Davis after C p.m. 5-2G-ck-2 Comfortable bedroom, men, only. Chickasawba & 10th, ph. 2413. 5-7-ck-tf For Sale lood alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken 1 from press. Phone G85, Dr.'E. V. | Hill, Rt. 1, Blytheville. IG-pk-lG wool blowing machine, ex- Icellent condition, fully equipped. r»overnment encourages insula- ->n to save fuel. Have a business Inot affected by priorities. See JC. L. Adkison at Glencoe Hotel, lor write Box 5G, Jonesboro, Ark. 28-pk-l am in good condition. 8 rolls -of wire, cedar posts. J. D. <McDo\vell, Dogwood, • phone 764. 28-ck-l Comfortable room. St.. phone 2235. G19 W. Main 26-ck-tf HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured Canadian -$ v official. 10 Music note. 11 Incautious. ' 12 Discontinue. 14 Accomplish. 16 Place under arrest. 18 Aftected with anemia. 20 Indian tribe (PU. 2J.H* is a native of the United States of -^~ 22 Between ^ (prefix). Sfe 23 Skill. * v 24 Symbol for calcium. 25 Spiritus •$$& '-. (abbr.). 27 Lone Scout (abbr.). Answer to Previous Puzzle room Apt, with bath. Shades, laundry stove and oil burning heater furnished. Possession June 15. 222 E. Davis, phone 2209. 5-2G-ck-2 Large front bedroom, opening into bath. 310. Walnut. . 5-25-ck-tf acres good • land with brick [house and running water, J ,L- mile I north of Leachville. acres &ood black dirt, good frame [house with running water, 1 mile (.south of Leachville. lafe and whiskey store. Excellent Business. Must be sold by June L Call A. Guinn. Leachville, Ark. 5-28-ck-4 Room. Men only. Ph. 2134. 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-t Bedroom, large, sawba Ave. cool. 809 Chicka 12-dh px room house with title. Phone 2G42. bath. Clear 5-21-ck-tf 17 Lincoln Zephyr. Good tires. Cheap. American Legion Airport. 27-pk-3 |.omo Hotel. 117V; W. Main St. | Doing a good business. Sec us at once. 27-ck-30 of Blylheville's leading grocery stores. Well established, good business. Clear title. Phone 2642. 5-27-ck-27 Comfortable bedrooms, apply a 1031 Main St. Phone 2514. 8-ck-t tantalum. 3G Therefore. 37 Male sheep. 40 Hiatus. 42 Enliven. 45 Wraps up in coils. 48 Packers. ' > 49 Sen sick ness. 50 And (Latin). 28 South Carolina 51 Egyptian (abbr.). " river. 30 Hawaiian bird. 53 Eject from 31 Negative office, reply. •*$£': 54 Symbol for 33 Within. erbium. 34 Symbol for 55 Designs. ' • 5G He is Canadian Minister of sand . Supplies. VERTICAL 1 He is an official of . 2 Spheres of action. 3 Uncommon. 4 Domestic slave. 5 New Hampshire (abbr.). G Editor (abbr.) 7 Oilstone. 8 Musical dramas, 9 Decrees. 10 Mouth pnrt. 13 Sloping way. 15 Wood sorrel. 17 Double (prefix). 10 Hus.skm community. 24 Is able. 2G Piny on words. 27 Land parcel. 29 Blood money. 32 Embellished. 33 Threaten. 35 West Indian rodent. 30 Latent spile. 3H Beast uf burden. 39 Tedium. '11 Three-toed sloths. •12 Frozen water. 43 Flower. 4-1 Royal Society of Literature (abbr.). 4G Toss. •17 Sardinia (abbr.). 52 Print measure 53 Upon. Wanted To buy 387, bicycle. ' Write Box 27-pk-U-:i Housekeeper, hornr. 2 in S. Fi Motherly, for [jood j-ood i)ay. -101 p.m. 2f)ck(}-l Thfcf \v:ii! losses. Must be experienced. Anjiiy J'ulnce Cai'e. havo equipment to move houses and ml JIM- buiklhiBs. W. U. G:ir- rclt, :Ji:i Lako Street, 5-pU-0-r> Drlvinu to Mint. Mich., would like 3 pn nirs to share expenses. Hox 121>. llolluiul. Mo. Phone 17P2. St(>eie. Mo. L!fi-ck-29 Wanted to Buy Late condition. East I):»vif motorcyrle, in i;;ond M\ist be liari'.aln. iUO , phono 3U17. (Ill Sl.eel wheels to m T-20 Tractor. Paul By rum Implements. Salesman Wanted Desirable bedroom. 1037 Walnu Call 2144 or 2592. 28-ck-tf Office space. Thomas Land Co. 1-ck-G-l Bedroom, modern conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. G21 Walnut. 9-ck-6-9 Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-G-14 Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. ll-pk-6-11 VANTEn—lleliabli* mim as Uinv- li-iyh IX'alrr in Romh Mississipp County. Scllini; oxprrlenec un- nece.s.s;iry to si art. Evprythi furnished oxoqM car. Splendii opportunity to .step into u pmn:i- nenl. and profitable business whore Hawlei^li Products have boensold for M years. Good profits for :i hustler. For particulars write Rawloisirs. Dept. AKP-27- 100. Memphis, Tenn. pk-L!B-l-ll Rofinish Your Own Floors! RENT OUR SANDER! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. Defoe Furniture Co. i:iG E. Main St., Phone M21 Wanted: Used Furniture. AL->o you can trade your old furniture in on new. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. 300 K. Main — Phono 20U« Plastering BOB MALONE UlyUivvillc. Vlnsier, crete. Stucco, 2078 Con- Lost Small white terrier with black spots, wotirini? collar. Reward. Notify Ciiwn Payne, H10 Clark SI, 20-pk-an Yellow [jokl In Reward. 101 pj.-l watch. Open fm:i'. E. Dnvis. 2H-pk-;j Found Gray m:ire mule, picked up Highway 01. Phone 2155, W. Shaver residence, Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! BlythevilleTireCo. Highway Cl North Arouse Slu(j[risii wver. work oil the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Tnkc. 1 one box of KIHIJY'S ACTIVE LIVEIl IMLLS SPRAY PAINTING E.SHEPHERD TRUCKS Plenty of Urn 1-.1939 CHEVROLET 3~t TON PICKUl 1 'TRUCK 1—UK'ii) FORU'VK PICKUP TRUCK 2—1M7 CHEVROLET l»/ 2 TON TRUCKS 2—lJMO FORD VS IMCKUI* TRUCKS / 1 —1910 1)0DCK PICKUP TRUCK / I—UK!!) INTERNATIONAL PICKUP TRUCK 2—1911 Ci.M.C. PICKUP TRUCKS 1 — 1910 KORD V8-95 II. P. M. LONG WHEEL- HASE 12 IT. IK)DY. 50 Late Model City Driven Cars You will (iiul real good and Trucks. Make our ires on all the selection today. ajove Cars We Easy (J.M.A.C. Payment Pan Never Close Sales Dept. Open Until 9 p.m. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. 'hone 578 Cur|UMitor I'lvads Cusi>, Wins TCjLKlX).. t>, - UJ!>) . -., Walter Lewis, u carpenter, donned work clotho.s, pli:[Kl(.'<l lit.H own case to the jury and succn.ssfully dcl'ondcd himself n $10.000 personal injury claim In common 'plena court. If you wunt to luiy more Defense Bonds SKUj US THE FURNl'l'UKK YOU AUK NOT USING for cas»»I Also liberal trade-in lUlowunce old furniliire on new. Alvin Hardy I'urn. Co. 301 E. Main Phone The distance between the lowest. iolnb yet plumbed in. the ocean and ,he lilghest iiioimtfiin peak is about U4,0(H) feet — Mt. Everest. 29.0QO fc:ot, and the Pacific of Mindanao in the Philippines 24,000 feeb. Tor Siilc and Possession Today 1'rctly modurn homo on corucc li;l. lliirdwood floors, fireplace. Trice $3250. You could not buy the material in the hiiitding Tor the price. THOMAS LAND CO. II. C. Campbell, Salesman Office & Apt., Ingram Building. Parkhurst Co. G-ck-6-6 Old Wheels for Raid Alarm Two bedrooms. Walnut. lor men. 700 W. 5-1-ck-tf factory built Hays house trailer. t-1 condition. 20 feet long, com- fletely furnished, 2 beds. Bargain quick sale. Man going to army. Located at Henington Paint & Trim Shop, Sikeston, Mo. 5-2C-ck-2 trailer. H. R. Edington, Hermondale, Mo. 25-pk-6-l itique waln\it bed, springs. Mi's. W. H. Minyard, ph. 2944. 5-26-ck-2 used Sundstrand adding machine. Can be seen at Three States Lumber Co. 23-pk-7-23 Comfortable bedroom, Phone 2605.' 506 Walnut. . 5-21-ck-tf Rooms, 10G E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 The African cheetah is the- only cat that cannot draw in its claws. BELGRADE, Me. (UP) — This town uses seven discarded locomotive wheels, purchased for $70 from the Maine Central Railroad, as air- raid signals to call wardens to their 1 posts. Chief Warden Edwin F. Megill describes a sledge-hammer beat on the wheels as practically 100 per cent effective. Fan. Paint Phone Co. 2272, Arkan- 5-23-ck-23 ^rigidaire drink box, 50 case capacity. See at Gwin's Cafe, intersection Gl-84, Hayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 room house with bath, well built, lot 50"xl50*. On West Main St. Call 25CG. 20-ck-G-2G llaza Cafe, 1914 Main St. 19pkl9 room house with bath. On corner lot. Also, new 5 room house with bath. Near High School. For quick sale, call 2359. IDcktf DO dark red Duroc-Jersey Spring pigs. Blockier. shorter legged, easier feeding. Immune, registered. Stanton A. Pepper, Rt. 1, Blythe> Ark. 13-pk-G-13 umber yard, ville, Ark. C. C. Craig, Leach- 11-ck-ll )41 Ford Pick-up. 11.000 miles, first clnss rubber. 207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll Cheap—For Immediate Sale Equipment anil Fixtures of the Modern Cafe, Kennett, Mo. Nine 40"x40" Dining Tables, 3G chairs for above, Eight Booths (Each Booth seats four persons), 24 Foot Counter with ten upholstered 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 6'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 fixtm-es. 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. WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONET Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main & Lake Phone 2822 CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 S. Lancy Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. ATTENTION! AIR RASE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEN NIGHTS IN ORDER TO DO OUR PART TOWARD THE RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF OUR NEW ARMY AIR BASE—AND TO HELP ALL TRUCK OPERATORS KEEP THEtR TRUCKS ROLLING—WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FACT THAT OUK REPAIR DEPARTMENT WILL STAY OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL f) O'CLOCK. IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO STAY OTEN LATER THAN 9 O'CLOCK WE WLLL DO SO. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. "Blylheville's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut St. Phone H7S 2 coupe. $50. good tires. 5 sewing machines, like new. Johnie Goforth, Half Moon Store, phone 763. 9-pk-9 links snc 1 , Pioneer Hybrid corn stored nt Double Bridges. Mrs. Howard Bowen, Luxora, phone 1F11. 8-pk-8 1'ivp gaitccl pony with saddle and bridle, \vt. COO Ibs. Good to herd caUle. W. A. Jenkins, Steelc. Mo. Tel. 33. 5-pk-G-5 JOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Hucy's Gro., Highway IB. 4-ck-6-4 Save for Victory Have your shoes, tarpaulins and bean sacks repaired at the TRU-RLUE SHOE SHOP 31G E, Main St. We buy and trade shoes. Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville, Arkanua SPECIALS! Extractions fl.fO Full Up'r & L«wer Plates $25.0* (Extractions Included) Rectal Ailments Undermines Health Rectal disorders undermines the health and joy of more people than any other human ailment. Rectal pain ami hemorrhage are danger signals of serious health wrecking conditions. Irritable dispositions, extreme nervousness, constipation, digestive disturbances, back and leg ache 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 51 •! Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 292I LUMBER. Ark. C. C. Craig, Leachville, 7-ck-7 IGO 'acres, made land. 2 houses, •Ti mile to school and town. Real cotton, corn nnd alfalfa land. This is one of the best land investments in Arkansas. Don't overflow $25 per acre. 100 acres cleared. acres, will overflow. Good tim- .ber, house. $5 per acre. All made d, good title. C. C. Craig, L<:achville, Ark. 9-ck-9 PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices irby Drug Stores DON EDWARDS PORTABLE "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA. AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Take Advantage of Our SPECIAL SPRING TUNE-UP and VICTORY CHECK-UP It consists of n thorough checkup of your auto; cleaning, tightening and adjusting all parts. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Your Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer "Complete service, lubrication and repair department for all makes of automobiles & trucks." 121 W. Ash St,, Phone 2123 USE LESS GAS WITH NEW CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS The life of spark plugs is 10.000 miles. If not replaced rxrossivr use of gasoline and wear of pistons and rings orrx;r rapidly. We have NEW CHAMPION SPAKK PM'CS FOR EVERY MAKE OF CAR AND TRUCK. DRIVE IN TODAY. CHANUK TO CHAMPIONS NOW. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 Open 24 Hrs. VAH! BATTLE POYAL! 6ETOUT! STOP.' 15 A FARCE ISPIABLQ, MVCHAMPIONf HE 15 NOT WELL— HE'S IK1 MO CONDITION TO BE 16 TOO SLOW 1 LET US PLACE ALL FI6HTIM6 COCKS IM RINJ6 ; AT OWCE« TWO YEN ON RED! H/VOFWHAT CONCERN IS IT OF YOURS, OLD FATHER 60AT? MATCHED WITH (OICODEMUS OR HEROD? HE'LL 0E KILLED; 'HE FINEST BIRDS IN THE'ENTIRE you CANNOT DO AH HAH/THE CHEMICALS/ KJOW WE CAM GET DOVVKJ TO BUSINESS,' SAY, WHO ARE THESE CHAPS ? THIS IS MY PAL,FOOiy AMP THIS IS K-IMG / HI.' 6UZ....OF ( WHEM'S HOW 33O VOU DO? I, TOO, THAT DEPENDS OM SEVERAL THIK1GS... BUT MAIMLV HOW LONJG IT TAKES US TO GET TO IT TONIGHT L.THATiS SWELL MERRILL BLOSSER FRECKLES WONDER. ] COOKIM 1 ? ) WOULD YOU BE WITHOUT ROMANCE ? . WOULD PROTECTlMG IT BE WOB.TH ANYTHING Tt> YOU ? ASK LARD SMITH " IRES ARC To WORRY ACOUT: CUT THERE ARE OTHER: TOO. SEC > LARD SMITH WILL PAY ' FOR THE TORCHf R, 104? IWNrA SERVICE, By FRED BARMAN YOUR. 6lTT SOME LARD ILL

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