The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1942 · Page 5
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r SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1942 /TTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PAGE FWE ... I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: One time per line lOc Two times per line per day 08c Three times per line per day...06c J61x times per line per day 05c I Month rate per line 60c 1 Card of Tlianks lOc line Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times land stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times me ad appeared and adjustment [of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy [submitted by persons residing out- eide of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easl- |ly 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 Modern home, 5. rooms and bath. Newly redecorated. N. 1st St., Phone 3192, F. Simon. 30-ck-U room furnished apt. and one bedroom. COG N. Fifth St., Mrs. Alma Crowder. 5-28-ck-tt CIVILIAN DEFENSE UNIT Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. Attic fan. 1017 Walnut, phone 2516. 5-27-ck-tf Desirable apartment. Also front bedroom. Mrs. Martin, 817 Chickasawba. 5-27-ck-tf Bedroom next to bath. G18 Walnut. Phone 2037. 5-27-ck-tf New 5 room house in Luxora, 1 block south of school. $25 month. Mrs. Frank 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 | Good alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken from press. Phone 685, Dr. E. V. Hill, Rt. ], Blytheville. iG-pk-16 I Rock wool blowing machine, excellent condition, fully equipped. ^Government encourages insulation to save fuel. Have a business not affected by priorities. See C. L. Adkison at Glencoe Hotel, or write Box 56, Jonesboro, Ark. 28-pk-l Comfortable room. St., phone 2235. C19 W. Main 2G-ck-tf 5 room Apt. with bath. Shades, laundry stove and oil burning heater furnished. Possession June 15. 222 E. Davis, phone 2209. 5-2C-ck-2 Large front bedroom, opening into bath. 310 Walnut. 5-25-ck-t Room and board or beds in private home. 409 E. Main. 29-ck-5 Room. Men only. Ph. 2134. 23ckG23 Bedrooms for gentlemen; ( 'convent Barn in good condition. 8 rolls of hog wire, cedar posts. J. D. McDowell, Dogwood, phone 764. 28-ck-l 65 acres good land with brick house and running water, \'> mile north of LeachviUe. |82 acres good black dirt, good frame house with running water, 1 mile south of LeachviUe. | Cafe and whiskey store. Excellent .business. Must be sold by June 1. Call A. Guinn, LeachviUe, Ark. 5-28-ck-4 I Six room house vvith bath. Clear title. Phone 2642. 5-27-ck-27 ent to bath, phone 2875. 1109 Chickasawba 21-ck-t Bedroom, large, sawba Ave. cool. 809 Chick a 12-d HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured is insignia of U. S. Civilian Defense 10 French river. 12 Molding. 14 Type of cat. 15 Not cold. 17 Sea skeleton. 9 Eye part. 0 Weird. 2 Hawaiian goddess. 3 Moving truck. 4 Master of. 4G Indians. (K-remonics Cabbr.). G Dry- '•-' 7 Proceed. 9 Fruit decay. 1 Household god. V- Answer to Previous Puzzle El R £ E n u s *— i F n A r E r \ ? ; 5 T 1 R A H ^j N 0 R S cr L C T c A N A Pi cr • ,; : 0 D £ E R A 1 5 i D "E 5 L 0 w o T T 0 I-" T f R L L A E S D S. T R 1 E R R la. R b 0 T S T O P o b R ! A R A f 6 Fil M! "•j p T ADMIRAL STARK iU|E EN A!D TS A M A c 1 N Hi , ES tf Ei Q i V 1 C A R S LI A! N! "1 R A, t A $ A Y R E L 47 Leg part. 48 Devil. 50 A ye. 51 Old- womanish. 52 Fragment. 54 Laymen. 32 Street (nbbr.). 55 Networks. to administrative duties. 15 Him. 1G Symbol for titanium. 18 Heat-resistant stone. 21 Their identifying arc worn on their sleeves. 25 Group. 28 Refuse. 30 Sea eagle. 32 Water slrider. 3>1 Moral principles. 30 G unlock catch. 38 Exclamation 39 Female saint (abbr.). G Old Testament 40 i mp i emcn t. (abbr.). /u u ven (poet.). .7 Fabulous bird. 43 Lubricants. Vf'anted To-bnv todies' bicycle. Write Box , 387, HlyllK-vlllfl. ' 27-pk-C-:> I hsuv equipment to move houses and ulhor buildings. W. R. Clnr- rctt. :-;ii! i,;ike Street. 5-pk-(j-!> Wanted to Buy Steel wheels to ni F-20 Tractor. Paul Tlyrum Implements. Lost 2 Very (Fr.). 3 Insect. 4 Symbol for iron. Yellow ('Old inpol wnti'h. Opon Cure. Hrwrml. 101 K. Davis. 2H-pk-:i 33 Domestic slave. 35 Inquire. 37 Orders. 12 Also. Orderly. 5G Musical instruments. VERTICAL 1 Reduction in cost. 8 Support. 9 Most certain. 10 Variable slar. 11 Drone bee. 13 Auction. 14 It includes 45 Story. 47 Clip ofT suddenly. 49 Louse egg. f>l Swiss river. 53 101 (Roman). 54 Music note. |'37 Lincoln Zephyr. Good tires. Cheap. American Legion Airport. 27-pk-3 One Underwork Standard Typewriter No. 5, $40:00 cash; one T<xkl Protectograph Check Writer, $15.00 cash. Roland Roggenbrod, 1310 W. Holly. Tel. 2958. 29-pk-5 One of Blytheville'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 Desirable bedroom. 1037 Walnut. Call 2144 or 2592. 28-ck-tf Office space. Thomas Land Co. 1-ck-C-l Bedroom, modem conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. 021 Walnut. 9-ck-6-9 Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-6-14 Announcements The Courier :-nvs has born \\\\- thorl/.od to announce the following camlldnclps, subject to tho Democratic primary in August. For Stale Senate L. II. AUTRY For KopiTsendillve W. P. "CRIP" WE! ,1,8 W. J. "BILL" WUNDKRMCH JAMES Cl. CO8TON J. LRK HKAUDKN (for rc-cUvllon) Cmmty Treasurer JACK PINT.EY 110BINSON (for re-eleethm) County Judge . ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk T. \V. POTTER (for re-election) Tux AsJsi'ssor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON (for re-election) Sherirf und Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRT3 (for re-election) Kefihish Your Own Floors! RENT OUR SANDEK! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. Defoe Furniture Co. UHi !<:. Main St., Phone 3'!:!1 Wanted; Used Furniture. Also you can trade your old lumiiuie in on new. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. 300 K. Main — Phone 2« FUNNY BUSINESS Plastering BOB MALONE Hlytheviilo. Plaster, Stnceo, . Plume, 2(178 Con- PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! Blytheville Tire Co. Highway til North I'honc &! Arouse SluuBUrti Llvt-r. work oil the bll« to rid yourself of conf.tlna- tlo',1, Kns pains, nnd that sour punk feeling. Take one box of K1RB\"S ACTIVK MVEIt PILLS SPRAY PAINTING E.SHEPHERD Hlythevill 'hone 2272 *'Jle used lo be n trailer salosinun unil he simply can't i'orjLjt'l business!" NOTICE OP PILING OF APPLI- I.ATION I-'OR UQUOIt PERMIT Notice is iHM'chy givon thnt the itKlrrsii'.iu'tl hns ft led will) the 'uimnisuioncr of Revenues or tho till r (if Arlc:in.s»s an ii|)|)l!cuUon or pi'nnlt- to sell tuid dispense vinous or }>ptrh.mms liquors for vn'w at ret. ii 11 <or whole.snlo) on tln> premises riosfrllx-d us 113 S. 'Jiul Strt-el. BlythevHli!, Ark. A)ipHc.ition is for 'permit In be Issued for oponilloM bPKiuuiny nu the first, day of July. H142 and to expire on the 30th day of June, 19-13, sis prescribed by Bulletin dtVLod January 7, 1938 and Supplemental Regulation No. i'i) effective July' 10, 1937. LOUIS APPLEBAUM, M30-JO Applicant Ontario Is the source of 53 per Cent of the Hour und feed mill production of the Dominion of C nn ad a. If you ivjmt to buy morn Homls RK1.L US THE YOU ARK NOT US1NO for cash Also llhcrsil tm«1ft-ln iillowiincc Wr did furniture on JH-W. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Muin I'honc 23l»Z Trtr Sale ami Fossrcsion I'l'iil'ly inoiiern lioiitu on c'onicr lot. Hardwood floors, fireplace. I'ru'e i !ji:-t!ir>0. Von coiilrt not buy the material in the building i'or the pHi'e. TlibMAS LAND CO. It. C. (Cainpbull, Salesman Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath." Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. 11-pk-G-ll Office & Apt., Ingram Building. Parkhurst Co. G-ck-G-G Two bedrooms. Walnut. lor men. 700 W. 5-1-ck-tf Help Wanted Experienced station attendant. 2855 years old. $15 to start. Sec Venson Potts at Trackside Station, Holland, Mo. 5-30-ck-4 Retail stores all over the land are considering pooling thoii trucks so that house-to-house de- Ura'ifs can be cuntinued with a minimum of inconvenience to the public und with the use of much 'ss rubber. Comfortable bedroom, 506 Walnut, Phone 2605. 5-21-ck-tf Rooms, 10G E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 factory built Hays house trailer. A-l- condition. 20 feet long, completely furnished, 2 beds. Bargain for quick sale. Man going to army. Lochted at Henington Paint & Trim Shop, Sikeston, Mo. 5-2G-ck-2 House trailer. H. R. Edington, Hermondale, Mo. 25-pk-6-l Antique walnut bed, springs. Mrs. W. H. Minyard, ph. 2944. 5-26-ck-2 One used Sundstrand adding machine. Can be seen at Three States Lumber Co. 23-pk-7-23 The song "America" first was publicly sung on July 4, 1832, in Boston. Attic Fan. Phone sas Paint Co. 2272, Arkan- 5-23-ck-23 Frigidaire drink box, 50 case capacity. See at Gwin's Cafe, intersection 61-84, Hayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 5 room house with bath, well built, lot 50'xl50'. On West Main St. Call 2566. 20-ck-G-2G Plaza Cafe, 1914 Main St. 19pkl9 200 dark red Duroc-Jersey Spring pigs. Blockier, shorter legged, easier feeding. Immune, registered. Stanton A. Pepper, Rt. 1, Blytheville, Ark. 13-pk-6-13 Dumber yard. C. C. Craig, Leach- viUe, Ark. 11-ck-ll 1941 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 Sftore, phone 763. 9-pk-9 Cheap—For Immediate Sale Equipment and 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 G'xH' 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 Kcnnctt Lumber Co., Kennett, Mo. WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main & Lake Phone 2822 CONCRETE STORM REWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. 1'lionos 2^3 & 60 n. S. Lancy Tld WLsfman Osccola, Ark. ATTENTION! AIR BASK CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEM NIGHTS IN ORDER TO DO OUR T'ATIT TOYvAKD THE RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF Oll't NEW ARMY AIR KASE—AND TO HELP AI.L TRUCK OPERATORS KEEP THEIR TRUCKS KOLLING—WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FACT THAT OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT WILL STAY OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL !) O'CLOCK. IF IT HE- COMES NECESSARY TO STAY OPEN LATER THAN n O'CLOCK WE WILL DO SO. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. "Ulytheville's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut SI. Phone 578 Punks and Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double Bridges. Mrs. Howard Bowen, Luxora, phone 1F11. 8-pk-8 GOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Huey's Gro., Highway IB. 4-ck-6-4 LUMBER. C. C. Craig, LeachviUe, Ark. 7-ck-7 160 acres, made land. 2 houses, % mile to school and town. Real cotton, com 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. $5 per acre. All made land, good title. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 9-ck-9 Save for Victory Have your shoes, tarpaulins and bean sacks repaired at the TRU-BLUE SHOE SHOP 31G E. Main St. We buy and trade shoes. Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist BlylhcviHf, ArkansM SPECIALS 1 Extractions ....fl.TO Full Up'r & Lower Plates 525.0U (Extractions Included) irny mare mule, picked up on Highway 61. Phone 2155, W. W. Shaver residence. dh Try our "Own Made" Ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Rectal Ailments Undermines Health Rectal disorders undermines the health and joy of more people than any other humiui ailment, lleetal pain and hemorrhage arc danger signals of serious health wrecking conditions. Irritable dispositions, extreme nervousness, constipation, digestive disturbances, back anil Icp aelie ete. are a few symptoms. It is folly to ne^Ieet and endure suffering' when the nest of scientific modern treatments and methods to cure these conditions are in your midst. No hospital fees, no confinement lo lied, exeept in very rare conditions when a day or two is preferred off duty. DRS. NIES & NIES Clinic 514 Main KlytiieviHe. Ark. Phone 2!»2L DON .EDWARDS "The Typewriter HTnn" ROYAL, SMITH. CORONA. AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Talrc Advantage of Our I 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. SEAY MOTOR CO. Your Chrysler-Ply mouth Dealer "Complete service, lubrication and repair department for all makes of automobiles & trucks." 121 W. Ash St., Phone 2122 USE LESS NEW CHAMPIO WITH PUGS The life of spark plu^s is 10,000 miles. If not replaced excessive nse of gasoline und wear of pistons and rings om:r rapidly. We have NEW CHAMPION SPAKK PUiGS FOR EVEKY MAKE OF CAR AND TRUCK. DRIVE IN TODAY. CHANCE TO CHAMPIONS NOW. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 Hv ROY CRANE VMHO VMELCOM6DTHE JApAWESE TO OUR VILLAGE, HAVE BEEN A FOOL. LET THE AMERICAN OFFICER 5PEAK...1 AM HERE TO USTEN ALLEY OOP Downstream HM-u ...TWO-THIRTYO'CLOCK! WE SHOULD MAKE. THE DIDN'T MISM CANVOM ABOUT'DAWN, F20M THERE ON, T WANT TO SEE WHAT I'M DOING GADFREV', IT'S DARK OUT HERE ON THIS RIVER ...BUT OTHERWISE IT AIM'T SO BAP' VOU BOYS HAVE SEEN MOTHING 'VET.' WAIT'LL WE HIT THE MAIM STREAM' THAT &OULDER. MORE'N AHAlR BOATS IN USE ON FAST MOUNTAIN STREAfrtS ARE ESPECIALLY PES1GNED FOR. TRAVHL DOWMSTREAM FIRST By MERRILL BLOSSER KKECKLKS AND HIS FRIENDS A Poor Risk i As LONG AS YOU HAVE" THAT FACE, AND SHtf HAS THAT FIGURE AND OWER DRIPS HAVE EYES.VOUR ROMANce IB WALKlM' OSl Ti-fER£r SUE IS/ MY TWO- To INSURE- SALE — I eoi TA BE CMOOSEV/ RUBBER STILTS// Mfc! ITS GOTVA BE AMD SUBSTANTIAL COPR. 1*42 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. ?AT. OFF. .V By FRED HARMAN Onc-Man Thunder RED RYDER DIFFERENT THlt^S —; WATCH — By EDGAR MARTIN HOOTS AND HER MUDDIES OOOV\ Open 24 Hrs.

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