The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1944 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 31, 1944
Page 7
Start Free Trial

^TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 104-1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION "" tor • Minimum 'charge .......... Mo 1 time pe r un B ° _ ............ »*> 2 times per lin, per ctay.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.uS 8 Ura*» per line per <C . ...... Be • ttoa. per mwpLr dk ::;:; % J « e ,l wr toe P« r d»y.. 5c 1 Month per line ...... ... 80c Ma ordered lor thr«> or lU times E rh tOP 1f d befor » ewlrattonWu! be charged for tho number of times ; tto ^appeared and adjustment of « " ^m 0 !^"* Advertising copy "nUtted by persons residing out- K the clty mu£t fc acco "'- m^ ,"!? cash> Rates ma y »» easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular insertions takes ths one tuns rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Inscr- ad. ____ Brewer cliickcn tollcry7ccclc tnermostal- control, five deck 500 chicken capacity. Phone 541 Jes- _>>P.SUt^ _ 10|3l-ck-ll-7 CHRISTMAS CARDS and STATIONERY Your name imprinted. Cards in store —no \vatting-We do om- own Imprinting. r ' KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. • Mnln •&, Brondway _' io;2a-ck-4 215-acre farm, all In cultivation- 3'/. miles.west of Campbell, on Highway 62, good improvements, on school bus line, electricity; Price $75 per acre; part cash, balance at 4V4 per cent interest. Sec or write Sherman Colbert, route 3 at Campbell, • MO. 10'31-pk-ll[2 A-C combine, in good condition. Castllo Bros., Luxorn, Ark. _. . 10i28-pk-ll|l twc room residence, hardwood » < floors and bath on Kentucky st Price $3,650.00, one-halt cash H C, Campbell. Phone 2G41. . 10|30-pk-n|5 Practically new pre-war bicycle guaranteed. Chtsum's Bike Stton' 2020 ,\v. : Cherry St., Blylhevillc ^Phpne ! 596. 10)27-pk-li|27 New feather bed. A. C. Diiclos in . 2, near Promised Land School. i ___v j 10<30-clh-tr 1940 Dodge Panel truck. In first class condition.- Good tires Two LWB 1,1-2 ton trucks. Will sell at less than OPA ceiling BUFORD MARTIN, car lot 219 East Main. Phone 565. lOa-ck-l One ll-A John Deere combine with motor. Good tires. Completely overhauled. Ellis Implement Co. 1012C-pk-ll-2 (ARK.); ICOURIKE NEWS for Kent Bedroom. 101 K. Sycamore St. 10-28-pk-ll|l Bedroom. 900 West Walnut, 10|27-pk-3 Rooms tor rent. 10G E. Main. 10i26-pk.-ll[20 Bedroom, private bath, steam heat. Corner 10th £ Chlcknsawbu. Pho 2413. I0;211ck-lf Room adjoining batli. 1125 Hearn. Phone 331C. 10124-pk-31 Bedroom, convenient to bath, steam heat. Gil West Main. Phone 3325 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2518. 10-3-ck-tf i>nico in ingwrn fjuuamg. inquire tJhB Pvkhunt Oo. U-30-ck-tl Wanted to Bug Clean iflll or 1042 Chevrolet, Poll- tine, Buick. Phone 2181. 10;31-pk-nj3 Soybeans, hay and corn. Blythcvills Grain & Elevator Co. 10130-ck-lf Good used car. WilTpay cash. Phone 24S > 3 - 10',30-pk-lll2 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxlords. Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10|3-pk-ll|3 Vill pay cash for |1U,UUO worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. <V1H pay Z\K per QOI. lor wire cuu hangers. Hudsoc Cleaner*. Help Wanlei Salesman to list delinquent accounts for collection by national organization. Should earn $60 or more weekly. No ngc limit. Clearing Bureau, 1514 Prospect Ave., Gleve• land, Ohio. 10-30-pk-l Service manager and shop foreman. One of the oldest and best shops in Blythevillc lias an opening for an A-l service manager and a shop foreman. Good wages. Permanent employment. Box Y2; Courier News.) 10j31-ck-3 DON'T SELL YOUR CAR. - Until You Get ' .*» PHILLIPS' PRICE : BLYTHEVILLE'S HIGHEST USED CAR BUYERS * _ _v» •k Phillips will pay you the TOP CASH ** PRICE without any risk of OPA violation; ** without any repair or advertising expense V* on your part; without any notes—ALL *» CASH; and without any "Come-Back" on «t you or Delay. '. L . ., • 4n PHILLIPS NEEDS 50 USED CARS * It you want to aiiy more War Bonds SEI.I. 118 THE FUKNITUIIK 10U ARK NOT .USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-In allowunc* for old furnllure on new. Alvln Hardy Furn. Co. SCI K. Main vhone 2302 ¥> M- Get TOP CASH Price For Your Car Today At -PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Walnut At 5th — Ph. 453 "THE HO. 7 DEALER" $$$$$$$$$$$$$ DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" , | ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE I TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) PHONE 3382 One 6 ft. Massey-Harris combine power takeoff. Good condition Price $500. Guy Walker, Lynn- VlllC, Ky., Rt. 1. 10i28-pk-ll|l room residence and servant ^a-'f-l 0 ?.?; »fc JgricJ $20'QO.OO...H. Campbell. Phone 2 641. ' ^ " • • 10j30-pk-lll5 ' ..Man ,to ; help on press. Blythcville ,-- Gm''Co. ''• in:'7n^nL._fr' Nice six'room plastered house, modern. Two acres of ground, ad- joining city limits. Price $585000 H. C. Campbell, Phone 2641. ;•'•• . •..•';•• • ioi3o-pk-ii[5 ; . _ club,'Midnight Inn, 154 miles -north of Blytheville on Highway 8-pk-ll|l cy terms, upland and bottom. Well im• proved m tracts of 20 to 1000 acres. C. W. Smith, CiUiuns Bank Build; ing, : _ pextcr, Mo. 10'28-pk-12p ° r v Coal - cir «"«or heater. . phone 3309. O. S. Rollison. . •'",'. : ._. 10|2a-ck-tf Circuiting coal neater, prncticnviv ne\v 539.50: Kitchen cabinet with : porcelain top, $17.50. Phone 2403. •yV : •.' , 10;30-pk-1112 New Zealand white rabbits, tiocTiuiVl bucks. Zaclmry Duclos, Rt. 2, near Promised Land School. 10j30-dh-tf Player piano, $100. Pair young ca~ nary birds, $10. Phone'n, steele o ' 10:30-pk-ll|2 Experienced man ns assistant man- ngcr. Must liave good knowledge" ot retail business and should be able to tumtlle men and women. Versatile iimn to do odd jobs such as carpentry, painting, etc. Delivery boy or man to make deliveries and pickups—also to fill in as handy man. APPLY BAAF POST EXCHANGE Diytheville, Ark. 10!30-ck|2 Barbers needed urgently. Good pny. Shoe shine boy wanted. APPLY BAAF'POST EXCHANGE, Blytheville, Ark. ...:....-. 10;30-ckl2 v .' SAVE ON #'. INSULATION ] Call us for free estimate. We install Rock Wool. •MISS.-CTY. LUMBER CO. Phone .My. lO-23-ch-23 n.H e " !)lcce sn °wsu« In good condition. Mrs. virgll Boyd, 201 Missouri. Phone 923. 10|12-pk-I2 j Coal stoves are no longer rationed. Buy (he best from Planters Hdw. Co. I0-l7-ch-17 Few nice Duroc Boars, out of top blood lines, ready for service. Joe T. Cagle, I51y- thevillD, Arfc., Rt. A' o . 2/2 miles south on Highway 61. 10-21-ck-il-12 10 acre suburban homestead. 5 room house on Jxautl/ully wooded lot- pecan grove; outbuildings; all city conveniences. Located on main i highway. Call Jimmie Stevenson j 3131 °r 838- 10-23-ck-tf (.20 good Northern used cars. Priced i right to sell. Bill & Clyde JolifT Manila, Ark. 10]16-pk-llll6 I Steel Watering Troughs j Steel Oil Drums ' Steel Garbage Cans [ Bljthevillc Machine Stiop. : ) 30-ck-IOi30 * Electric and Battery Radios! j Hardaway Appliance Co. i -., 10-16-ch-16 ! HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS-all slz- ! es; Preserving pears. Joe Hester's . Gro. & Mkt., No. Highway 61. I . 10114-pk-H|l SPENCER CORSETS. Mrs. John . Long, registered corsctlerc. 133 W. Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a. • m. and after 4 p. m. 10|2-pk-ll|2 Help for home laundrying, with good pay, board and room. Willie Bell Green, behind ice plant on Hwy. 01 North. 10123-pk-llIG Opportunity to veterans of World War II free to travel, liberal drawing account, plus bonus, traveling expenses paid. Apply Wednesday and Friday, Hotel Goff, 5:30 to fi:30 p.m. Mr. Goad, 10130-i)k-ll|4 Experienced cook* ud Acply Hotel Noble. Services Announcing opening of np.w classes in Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing. Mrs. L. At. Burnette, 1010 Hearn St. Phone 3270. 10j24pklli3 BATTERY SERVICE One hour battery charging on newest Cities Service Quick Charger. Pickup and delivery in city. Phone 921. WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE STATION Hwy. 61 & Kailroad !0-31-pk-3I We have a new prowss for cleaning and sterilizing your rugs and upholstery in your .homes. Work guaranteed. Phone 3906. 10124-pk-ll|8 13s No Worry DALLAS, Tex. (UP)—Mrs. Alva Hutto Lamb doesn't think much of old superstitions. She drives Yellow Cab No. 13, which is spelled wilh 13 letters, she started to work for Uic city Transportation Co. Oct. 13, and she has 13 letters in her name. Peanut Trimmings INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — A baseball game is not a baseball game without peanuts, even if you listen to it over the radio, said Harry W. Krause, who furnished peanuts to the sidewalk listeners outside of his store during th e world series NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be raining: your property. C»ll m* f«v check-up without cost or obligation. RAT8, MICE AND ROACH CONTBOt GUARANTEED WORK i H. C. BLANKENSHIP U» E. Wanted To Rent or 6 room house. Will pay one year's rent In advance. Call Harvey Parrlsh, phone 2045. • ioil4-ck-tf Five or six room house. Call 2744. 101Hj-pk-ll-10 5 or 6 room house. Permanent location. Will pay year's rent in advance or lease. Phone 2493, 10130-pk-ll[2 Three, four rooms, furnished. Permanent civilian couple. Phone 4G1. (After 5:00 p.m. phone 400)'. Lost Eintr VULCARIZIdG * Tube Repair ~. * a. HW (Wtrmtftj mitn Cn«l« Aa Full »nd Wlnt»r TUNE.UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires, Get All-round Hetfcr 1'erformnncel T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Clirysler Dealer - Pur(a & Service 121 W. Ash Phone 2m FOE SALE CONCRETE 8TORM SEWER ALL 81ZE8 Obetper Than Bridie Lwntoc Oiceolo Til* I. . Culvert Co. 1 0«ee*U. Eor Sale 285 Acre* «I highly, Improved lud «n Highway «1 four miles Booth of Ely- theville. C. G. Smith Dr. J.I. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. White short sleeve swenter with green initials BJR. Phone 550." 10i28-pk-li]l Leather , folder containing gas ration books. Liberal reward. 'I. Rosenthal, 226 W. Main. For Sale or Trade -, Horses nml mules. Elbcrt Brycniis, No. Highway 61, opposite Golf Course. 10|30-pk-ll|2 ML BIGHT, 1XCTOR.BU1 POSSIBLV.GUI.BUT : VWiTYCUTO I THINK WE'VE ELUDED POSSIBLE putjsurr TRIP DO\VM 1HK STAIRS MVC3OSH/ -N-I w'onJe&ss DUGIMG OUR ESCAPE , THIMKS HE'S KEEPER • ( OF IVl^ CATS? OFKtMG 6OLO^N'S\HB4>J.'TVW.fe/FUWW AiBOUT' WIVES' CATS, I'LL OUST '•'6WEUP.' • IRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I DiDMT VVAMT VOU TO. BE r LONESOME/,—1- —-^ NAVAL LEADER HORIZONTAL 1 1,6 Pictured U. S. naval ; ' leader, I i; Vice-Adm. 13 Musical show 14 Roof edges 15 Therefore 16 Like 17 Right (ab.) 18 English statesman 19 Belongs to it 20 Royal Italian, family name 22 Lone Seoul (ab.) 23 Hasten oft 24 Symbol for thoron 26 Exalt - •'• 28 Looks askance 29 Charged atom 31 SelE 32 Garden tool 33Blnck bird 3 5 Hence 37 Portal 41 Make, a mistake 43 Hail! 45 River (Sp.) 46 Tendency .• 48 Long meter I ' (ab.) ,49 Senior (ab.) ;50 Song bird 51 Strike with the open hand 53 Company , (ab.) 54Any' :>', , . 55 Work i 56 Snrine medicine 58 Siamese coins 59 Grudge VERTICAL 1 Distraught 2 Legal point 3 Average (ab.) 4 Doctor's " assistant 5 Kitchen utensil '6 Charge (or services S Evenings before • 9 Number 10 Symbol for cesium 11 Compound Gel New "CHAMPION" Spark Plugs Now Reduce Excessive Use Of Gasoline And Motor Oil. Enjoy Prompt Starting And Smoother Performance. Save Wear On Piston-Rings, Bearings And • Cylinders. "CHAMPION" PLUGS ARE BEST for ALL MAKES OF CASS Efficiently Installed By PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY T«l.453 ^Foremost In Service" Walnut at 5th YOU SEAT HINlX I THOUGH f IT *OOLD BF NICE IF i CAME BACK TO WEffYOU. LWD.' LIGHTS ON — AND OfO ALL E KIDS FROW EVEN CLOSE! A "AS»w*r"to" Prjviei. rilimtc clhcr 12 Flowers 19 Island (Fr.) 21 Excilwl 23 Supply with food ' 25 Neither 7 Cuplike spoon 27 Rocky 38 Either •' 39 Lubricant 40 Dreamy tale 42 nnilwny' (ab.) 44 Makes • into law '•;•;_'••'.•46 Characteristic Shadow..of Doubl By FRED HARMAfl BUUETS om TOUR PISTOL . IV1A5 AFRAID'YOU'D REGAIN 10UR I'-'fe-'ORV' 1&U TRIED TO KILL ME VHW BID.YOU D (•WKE KILL VOL)? pinnacle 26 Behold! 30 Negative 32 Hut 34 Us , 36 Fish 40 Deer track 51 Station (ab.) ' 52 Places (ab.) , 54 River islet ,' j 57 Symbol for '. : . nickel WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNER SWALLOW . SHE Will. TRACE CAPTAIH ANP HIS TBAIL Will LEAP JOSEW1U iH MY 1A5K SPOT FOR OUR JAP SURPRISE PARTX CAPM SWELL, SER6EANT! THAT TREES JUST MACE TO ORDER! MEM BE6IH F1HAL PRH' RARATIOHS FOR THE WEXT mm'i RA1P ON WENPAO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free