The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1942 · Page 5
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MONDAY, J.UNE..1, 1942..; r BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.). COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for coiisecu- inser lions: ne time per line lOc wo Limes per line per clay 08c .iree times per line per duy...OGc x times per line per day Ofjc tontli rate per line 6<)c ard of Thanks 10c line Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or .six times irt stopped before expiration will charged for the number of times he ad appeared and adjustment bill made. All_ Classified Advertising copy ibmitted by persons residing out- de of the city miif-t be ncoom- inied by cash. Rates may be easl- computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular sertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken more than one Incorrect laser- on of any classified ad. For Rent New duplex with meats; on Davis G31 Walnut, 4 room apart- St. L. Fowler, l-ck-4 Furnished house. Ph. 2919 after 5:30 p.m., 1001 W. Ash. 6-1-ck-tf 4 room house, furnished. Best residential .section. Phone 2796. dh Front bedroom, outside entrance. Close in. 51G Walnut, phone 2327. 6-1-ck-tf Modern home, 5 rooms and bath. Newly redecorated. N. 1st St., Phone 3192, P. Simon. 30-ck-tf room furnished bedroom. 60(5 N. Alma Crowder. apt. Fifth and one St., Mrs. 5-28-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. Attic fan. 1017 Walnut, phone 2510. . 5-27-ck-U Desirable apartment. Also front bedroom. Mrs. Martin, 817 Chick- asawbu. 5-27-ck-tf For Sale ood alfalfa hay, cheaper if tak.-n from press. Phone Ut3f>, Dr. E. V. Hill, Rt. 1, Bhthevilh-. Ki-pk-lC dairy barn, connx-to tl-jor; '•; acres l:\nd. Luxated het.\vec-n iDavis aiut Central w;hooi. Ph. 256G. l-rk-7 assey-Han-is 2721. Combine Phone l-uk-7 3*? Ford l>:. ton lon^ \vheel base truck. Will sell wus-th money. Tom Little Hdvvtr. (';>. i;-i_ c k-i!' ne Cilobe .slicing machine. Nfiu'lv new. Bargain. TUMI Little Iklv.r. Co. (M-ck-tf ;veral items cafo fixtures, lar^e drink box and cafo dishes. Tom Little Hdw/e. Co. G-l-ck-lf acres good land with brick house and running water, '•!• mile north of Leachville. acres good black dirt, good frauu- house with running water, 1 miSo south of Leachvill'e. afe and whiskey store. Excellent usiness. Must be .sold by June 1. Call A. Guinn, Leuchvilk:, Ark. fix room hon.se with bath. Clear title. Phone 2fi-12. 5-27-ck-2'7 7 Lincoln Zephyy. Good tires. 'Cheap. American Lesjion Airport. 27-pk-3 Bedroom next to bath. Phone 2U37. 618 Walnut. 5-27-ck-tf Nf.-w f> roojn house in Luxora, 1 block south of school. $25 month. Mrs. Frank Denton, apply 122 E. Davis -after G p.m. • 5-2G-ck-2 Comfortable bedroom, men only. Clnckasawba £ 10th, ph. 2413. 5-7-ck-U Comfortable room. St., phone 2235. G19 W. Main 2C-ck-tf r> room Apt. with bath, Shades, laundry stove and oil burning heater furnished. Possession June If.. 2l>2 E. Davis, phone 2209. 5-26-ck-2 Large front bath. 310 bedroom, Walnut. opening into 5-25-ck-tf Room and board or beds in private home. 409 E. Main. 29-ck-5 Room. Men only. Ph. 2134. 23ckG23 Bedrooms for gentlemen; convenient to bath. 1109 Chickasawba phone 2875. 21-ck-tf Bedroom, large, sawba Ave. cool. 809 Chicka 12-dh Comfortable io:u Main bedrooms, apply at St. Phone 2514. 8-ck-tf "LIQUID GOLD" HORIZONTAL 1,4 Pictured structure. 11 Hot and arid. 14 Glove. 17 Article. 18 Recognize. 20 Wagers. 21 Proceed. ;. 22 Obtain. ^'.':. 24 Charm. 26 Self. 27 Sink. 29 Flemish war vessel. 33 Indigenous. 54 Flood 34TJransgression. 57District Answer to Previous Pimlc r T V I L 1 A N 5 VM M 1 R A L T~ /s E A R £ A V r N & 3 K A t E R t R E S 0 R t f A L. E A N X E 1 P H ^ Sf W5JCNIA OF CIVILIAN DlfME W CORK 5 N r T Y 0 "5 i S I A T 0 0 L F E K H" oi T | M B L E M S T.f A 1 R 0 c. c L A S S A A R P R O P E R N S N i P S 0 P E S I T R i c s 36 Those who bake. 37 Verso (abbr.) 38 Choice part. 40 Fasten with thread. 41 Written form of mistress. 42 Burst forth. 44 Motor coach. 46 River (Sp.). 48 Prow of a ship. J> ' 51 Like. 52 Eastern title. f Attorney (abbr.). 58 is derived from its original product. 61 Closer. 63 Corrupted. 64 Exist. VERTICAL • 1 Either. 2 Irritate. 3 Connection. product on the sens. 25 Beside. 28 Scottish highlanders. 29 Sew loosely. 30 Metal peg. 31 Decline. 33 Three (prefix). 35 Present time. 39 Roving. 40 Blot. 41 Tropical herlx 43 Ut infra (abbr.). 5 Egypt (abbr.). 44 Sack. C Canine 45 Dutch island. 47 Opinion. 49 Lyric poem. 50 Its product is a vital need. f>2 Serpent. 53 Coal * receptacle. 55 Into. 5G Hearing organ madness. 7 Regret. 8 Within. 1) Courts (abbr.). 10 Kiioliter (abbr.). 31 Label. 12 Units. 13 Perform. v _ 15 Hen's product, GO Electrical 1G Also. engineer 19 Sheep's hair. (abbr.). 23 carry its G2 Music note. 59 Street (abbr.), Lofty Double-Decker Now Open To Traffic ALVA. Oklft. (UP) — How long have suit and pepper shakers been in use? Miss Lillian Dyer, former Alva, Okhv.. high school principal, says they ciute back 150 years. Miss Dyer Is a collector 'of salt and popper shakers. She has 325 sets of all sizes and descriptions i'rom t'Jb'hl foreign countries nnd 42 of the 48 United States. In ht?r study of shakers, she learned they were used generally shortly after the Revolutionary War. Prior to that,'small, cut glass pieces know as "dips" were used. Today "dips" again nre becoming popular, .she says. Desirable bedroom. Call 2144 or 2592. 1037 Walnut. 5-28-ck-tf »ne Underwood Standard Typewriter No. f>. $40.00 cash: "one JTc-dd Prott-ctogruph Check Wrilcr. 115.00 cash. Roland Eo^enbrod, RlO .W. Holly. Tel. 2958. •• - .. » 29-pk-5. [ne of BlyLheviilc's lending grocery stores. Well established. good business. Clear title. Phone 2G$'2. tf 5-27-ck-27 factory built Hays house trailer. A-i condition. 20 feet long, completely furnished, 2 beds. Bargain for quick sale. Man going to army. Located at Henington Paint & Trim Shop, Sikeston, Mo. 5-2G-ck-2 puse trailer. H. R. Edington, Hermondale, Mo. 25-pk-G-l Antique \vc\lnut bed. springs. Mrs. W. H. Minyarfl, ph. 2944. 5-26-ck-2 Due used Sumatrand adding machine. Can bo ^;t:cn at Three I States Lumber Co. ^-pk-7-23 Ittic Fan. sas Paint Phone Co. 2272, Arknn- 5-23-ck-23 [rigidaire drink box. f>0 case capacity. See at G \vinV, cafe, intersection (51-84, TIayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 llaza Cafe, 1U14 Main St. 19pkl9 00 dark red Duroc-Jer.sey Spring pigs. Cockier, shorter legged, [easier feeding. Immune, registered, nton A. Pepper, R!.. i. Blythe- ille, Ark. 13-pk'-6-13 lumber yard. 1 ville, Ark. C. C. Craig, Lcach- ll-ck-li 341 Ford Pick-up. 11.(Mm miles, first 1 class rubber. i!07 N. 5|.!i St.' n-pjc-n |odge coupe, $50. t^ood tires. r> sewing machines. hkr> npw. Johnie Goforth, Half Moon Slot 1 -", phone 1763. O-pk-9 r.Ci Pion<?er Hybrid corn at Double Eridars. Mrs. Howard Bowen, Luxorn phone 8-pk-8 fOLDFISH MINNOWS - Drvy or I night. Huc-y'.s Oro., Highway 18. 4-ck-fi-4 [UMBER. Ark. c. c. T.pachvillc, 7-ck-7 acres, mode land, 2 houses, mile to school raid town. Real (cotton, corn ;ind alfalfa land. This [is one of tlto best land invost- mLs in Arkansas. Don't ovcr- $25 per nn-c. 100 acres J cleared. PO acres, will overfly?;. Ocod tim- l^er. house. $r> per aero. AH mode land, good titU\ C. C. Craig, Ark, 9-ck-9 Bedroom, modern conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. C21 Walnut. 9-ck-6-9 Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-6-14 Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. . • . . ll-pk-6-11 Announcements The Courier r^ws has been au- thorised to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August. For Stale SenaU L. II. AUTRY Fur Keprvstntativc W. F. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES O. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election) County Ireamtrer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Judfe ROLAND GREEN (for re-electton) County Clerk T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax AmCMor W. W. "BUDDY" WATHON (Tor re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) Ifefliiish Your Own Floors I RENT OUR SANOKtt! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co* Defoe Furniture Co. 130 E. M»ln St., I'liune 3^21 Wanted: Used Furniture. you van trude your old furniiure in on new. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. m *:. Main — |Mi»n« li FUNNY BUSINESS Plastering BOB MALONF. lily the ville. I'iusttr, SLurco, tircte. 1'hune I407H Con- Kirby Drug Stores Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Bly theville Tire Co. North Arouse Sluygisit Llvrr. work oM Hie bile to rid your.sclf of constipation, gas pnlns, untl that sour, l>unk feelhiK. Take, one box of KIRKYVS ACTIVK LIVKIt 1MI.L8 SPRAY PAINTING E.SHEPHERD Phone 2272 lilytlievillc "iM.v.luislwm! IIDS discovered whore llic folks above 113 their barrel oi' hoarded sugar!" Park-School Plan Cuts Vandalism To Miniftium CFHC AGO (UP)—Park vandalism, committed mainly by school I'hHUi-on. forced village officials of CikMu'oo, in., to develop the "pnrk- M-hool plnn" under wbich losses uimnmtinK to $10,(X)0 u year wore cul, U> $500. Put Into practice about 10 years »Bo when the town became the owner oi u .seven-acre tract next to a puWic school, the plan has been expanded until now all of the school children serve us park helpers. Supervision of tlii> project Is in Hie himds of tho us.slst.unt school superlnteiulent. Tht; chtklren operate a wild flow- .sanctuary, raise chickens, and conduct a nature museum. This Vinu- u victory garden was added. DcQuecn, Ark., has a 1 newspaper publlsned by ueQueeu Bee Co. It you want to buy more Defense Bonds SEUL US THE KURNU UKK YOU AUK NOT USING for rash! Also liberal trade-In allowance fur old furniture MS new. Alvin Hardy Fum. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 1302 ! ( '<Jr Sale and Possession Today Pretty modern homo on corner lot. Hardwood floors, fireplace. I'rioe $3i!SO. V<n, could not buy Llic nmterhU in the building for HIM price. THOMAS LAND CO. H. C. Campbell, Salesman By ROY CRANE Manly Torso Wins Movie Job HOLLYWOOD, Gal. (UP)-Marlin Davis, oil .salesman, was working out in a loca] gymnasium on his "day off." There a talent scout spotted his torso and at once gave him a movie contract. He merely changed his name to "Jim Davis." North Carolina has supplied more secretaries of the navy than , any slate except Massachusetts. BUTJ TELL VOU THIS: WE'Rt UP! wewE WT MULES TO BE HITCHED TO THE PLOWS OFCOMQUERORS! WE'VE FOU6HT TO WIN OUR FREEDOM, AMD WE'LL FIGHT LIKE BLAZES TO PRESERVE ITJ WE'LL NOT BE CONQUERED f NEITHER MUST ' ' Office & Apt., Ingram Building. Parkhurst Co. G-ck-G-6 Two bedrooms. Walnut. for men. 700 W. G-1-clc-tf Comfortable bedroom, Phone 2G05. 50G Walnut, . 5-21-ck-tf Rooms, 10G E. Mam, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 Wanted To buy ladies' bicycle. Write Box 387, Blytheville. 27-pk-6-^ I have equipment to move houses and other buildings. W. R. Garrett, 318 Lake Street. 5-pk-6-5 Colored woman to do cooking and general housework. Kitchen electrically equipped. W. A. Whistle. Roseland, Ark. 30-pk-6 Wanted to Buy Late model truck and trailer, or will buy trailer without truck. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. G-1-ck-tf Steel wheels to fit T-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-6-23 Lost Yellow gold lapel watch. Open face. Reward. 101 E. Davis. 28-pk-3 Situation Wanted Woman desires house work, companion 't elderly lady. Address Route, c-o R. C. Perry Store, Luxr ora. Ark. l-pk-4 Fewer Cabs in Service OKLAHOMA City (UP)—Oklahoma City taxicabs are feeling the pinch of tire rationing. Fifty cabs were withdrawn from service because of a lack of tires and more probably will be soon, cab oprators <^id. unless recaps are permitted. Found pray mare muK picked up on Highway 61. Phono 1>1 ;">:"), W. W. Shaver residence. dh Try our "Own Made" ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn P.Iackrtut Shades Arc Liability ROCKLAND, Mass < UP)— Air- raid precautions proved costl to tho Strand Theater management. Thieves. \vho slreened their artivi- (ies from observers by lowering blackout curtains, stole $506 from a safe. Save for Victory Have your shoes, tarpaulins and bean sacks repaired at the TRU-BLUE SHOE SHOP 316 E. Main St. We buy and trade shoes. — . Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist SPECIALS! Extractions FoIJ up'r A Lmr Pfetat ftt.w (Extractions Included) WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Wain & Lake Phone CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & CO S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. ATTENTION! AIR BARE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEN NIGHTS E!f,,S, RDER T0 D0 OUK !>ART TOWARD THE RAPID AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF OUR NEW ARMY AIR SfiSfe"*™^ " ELP ALL TRUCK OPERATORS KEEP il! £ TR UCKS ROI.MNG-Wi: (ALL YOUR ATTENTION i°, 1 HE FAC1> THAT OUK REPAIR DEPARTMENT WILI ?^° PEN EVERY N1GHT IWTIL J) O'CLOCK IF IT BF- COMES NECESSARY TO STAY OPEN LATER T I AN O'CLOCK WE WILL DO SO. LOY EICH CHEyROLET CO. "Blythevillc's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut St. ,> honc Recta] Ailments Heal tli Rectal disorders undermines (ho health, and jov of morp people than any other human ailment. Keolal pain ami hemorrhage are danger signals of serious health wrecking conditions. Irritable dispositions, extreme iir?o"sniSf constipation, d.gcstive distiirbanres. hack and W ache etc 2ire a few symutoms i< jc F u "^nc i.n. suffering when the tie.st of scicntifir modrni treatments -m<l methods to eiire these conditions are in your midst. 'NO DRS. NIES &'NIES ""'"' Chnic 514 Main Blytlicvillc. Ark. rhone 29X1 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL. SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) USE LESS GAS WITH NEW CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS The life O f spark pIURS is 1000Q milos , f nf)t replnrc(] cxcesaive use of gasoline and wear of pistons and rings occur rapidly. We have NEW CHAMPION SPARK PMIGS FOR F.VFRY MAKF OF CAR AND TRUCK. DRIVE IN TODAY. CHA\CK TO CHAMPIONS NOW. PHILLSPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 WASH TUBES I'to WOT MUCH AT MAKIJ46 BUT1 PECKON IT \SN'T ME ,^i >• i J*kP5...)0l)KNQW SPEAK f J THE HOCRORS Of INVASION. FOR MO Himt5S VAWER IMTO OUR HOMES AMD SEIZED OUR FOOD, OUR POSSESSIONS , OUR ISN'T J05TA WORD, BUT THE fAOST CHEft\SHEPTHW& ON EARTH! SOMETIMES WE AK\CRlCAKlS FOR <SET THAT.. T. HAMLIN EV OOP? FOOZV K>M(3 GUZZLE \WDTKGhj-- NWRO SEE ACTIOM IKi THIS GLOBAUWAR, G. OSCAR. BOOM, REMEGADE SClEMTlST WITH SIMILAR. IDEA WE. MOW THE PARTTV SHOOTING THE RAPIDS CF A MOUNTAIN STELEANV, HEADED FOR.THE PAOFIC OCEAM FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Profit Vanishes MERRILL BLOSSER DANOMG- AT GET YOUR. PANTS, AND FISH OUT PIVE BUCKS .' i LOST MY GAL / LOVE WENT PHT-T-T-T/ SO PAY OFF / GOSM, you TOOK OUT YOUR. POLtCV AT NCCM AMD YOU'RE COMINJG BACK. AT TWO O'CLOCK FOP. THE PAY-OFF/ WILL YOU KJNDLY EXPLAIN THE DELAY? SURE, Lve" SOLD FORTY POLICIES AT TWO- BITS A HEAD/ OH. LA.ROIE. WOULD BE JUST TOO TOO! BUT CAM YOU AFFORD IT? COPR. 1942 QY NEA SERVICE. INC 1 T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. RKD RYDER FRED HARMAN A. RIDS S.N5 HE v^xrr TO BE RODE— LOOK ROOTS AND HER "BUDDIES Open 24 Hrs

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