The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1942 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 2, 1942
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TUESDAY,. J.UNE. 2,. 1942 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION r BLYTHEVILLE' (ARK.) : COURIER NEWS A City's Wants Vlmsified For Your Benefif BUY Daily rate per- line for consecuinsertlons: )ne time per line lOc "•v.0 times per line per day.'.!-!o8c 11 ee times per line per day...06c " times per line per day 05c lonth rate per line. 60c ?ard of Thanks lOc' Vine Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times ind stopped before expiration will charged for the number'of times ad appeared and adjustment Df bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- kide of the city must be accom- janied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken more than one Incorrect inser- m of any classified ad. for For Rent Rooms and board. Mrs. Ella Worthy, 100 W. Kentucky, phone 2133. 6-2-ck-7-2 3 room unfurnished apartment, upstairs. Phone 2249, Mrs. J. P. Smith, East Main St. 6-2-ck-tf New duplex wi-th 4 room apartments; on Davis G31 Walnut. St. L. Fowler, l-ck-4 Furnished house. Ph. 2919 after 5:30 p.m., 1C01 W. Ash. 6-1-Ck-tf 4 room house, furnished. Best residential section. Phone 279G. dh Front bedroom, outside entrance. Close in. 51G Walnut, phone 2327. C-l-ck-tf Modern home. 5 rooms and bath. Newly redecorated. N. 1st St., Phone 3192, F. Simon. 30-ck-tf 3 room furnished apt. and one bedroom. GOG N. Fifth St., Mrs. Alma Crowder. 5-28-ck-tf For Sale Joocl alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken from press. Phone G85. Dr. E V. Hill, Rt. l, BlytheviUe. lG-pk-16 —'—' ,_ _ loury's Confectionery and Cafe at Steele, Mo. Doing wonderful business. Owner already in armed (forces and cannot manage busi- "ness in connection with other businesses. For quick sale, will make good price. Terms if desired to responsible party. See Mr. N. Koury at the Confectionery or Steele 5c & lOc Store. 2-pk-9 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 Clectric water pump and house trailer. 412 N. 1st St. 2-pk-10 H.P. "Sea King" outboard motor. Reasonable. Phone 2410. G-lcktf good used Allis-Chalmers combines. Priced for quick sale. See at Paul Eyrum Imp. W. E. Wai-' lace. l-pk-7 pood dairy barn, concrete floor; 3V-. acres land. Located between Davis and Central school. Ph. 25GG. l-ck-7 rassey-Harris 2721. Combine. Phone l-pk-7 1937 Ford I 1 !- ton long- wheel base truck. Will sell worth money. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. 6-i-ck-tf )ne Globe slicing machine. Nearly new. Bargain. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. 6-I-ck-tf |3everal items cafe fixtures, large diink box and cafe dishes. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. G-1-ck-tf |>5 ^acres good land w : th brick house and running water, \'> mile north of Leachville. acres good black dirt, good frame 'house with running water, 1 mile south of LeachviHei ' "" afe and whiskey store. Excellent [business. Must be sold by June 1. Call A. Guinn, Leachville, Ark. 5-28-ck-4 |5ix room house with bath. Clear title. Phone 2642. 5-27-ck-27 |'37 Lincoln Zephyr. Good tires. Cheap. American Legion Airport. 27-pk-3 |0ne Underwood Standard Typewriter No. 5. $40.00 cash; one Todd Protectograph Check Writer $15.00 cash. Roland Roggenbrod 1310 W. Holly. Tel. 2958. 29-pk-5 |3ne of Blytheville's leading grocery stores. Well established, good business. Clear title. Phone 2642 5-27-ck-27 |0ne Tised Stmdstrancl adding machine. Can be seen at Three States Lumber Co. 23-pk-7-23 |Prigidaire drink box, 50 case capacity. See at Gwin's Cafe, intersection Gl-84, Hayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 IPlaza Cafe, 1914 Main St. 19pkl9 |200 dark red Duroc-Jersey Spring pigs. Blockier. shorter legged easier feeding. Immune, registered Stanton A. Pepper, Rt. 1, Blythe- viUe, Ark. 13-pk-6-13 [Lumber yard. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 11-ck-ll |l941 Ford Pick-up, 11.000 miles, firs class rubber. 207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll jDodge coupe, $50. good tires. 5 sewing machines, like new. Johnie Goforth, Half Moon Store, phone 763. 9-pk-9 iomfortable bedroom, men only Chickasawba & 10th, ph. 2413. 5-7-ck-tf Jomfortable room. St., phone 2235. G19 W. Main 26-ck-tf Large front bedroom, opening into bath. 310 Walnut. 5-25-ck-tf Room and board or beds in private home. 409 E. Main. 29-ck-5 Bedrooms for gentlemen; convenient to bath. 1109 Chickasawba phone 2375. 21-ck-t Bedroom, large, sawba Ave. COOL 809 Chicka 12-dh Comfortable bedrooms, apply a 1031 Main St. Phone 2514. 8-ck-t Desirable bedroom. Call 2144 or 2592. 1037 Walnut 5-28-ck-t Bedroom, modern conveniences. Men preferred. Ph. 3295. 621 Walnut 9-ck-6- SOUTH AMERICAN PRESIDENT HORIZONTAL 1 Depicted South American president, Answer to Previous Puzzle 13 Mister (Sp.). 14 Attack. 15 South Carolina (abbr.). 17 Morsel. 18 Fish trap. 19 Upward. 20 Greek letter. 22 Meadow. 24 By. 25 Measure of area (pi.). 20 Hostelnes. 28 Weapon. 30 Parchment for book covers. 32 Light tap. 34 Inactivity. 35 Girl's name. 36 Sepulchral chests. 37 The linden. 39 Official acts. f>Q Indolence. 42 Tasmania (abbr.). . N 8 6 N£ MR L A N ER BA Au N 2?b W^ S& o Si N RR TEms U NT T IO fi& N W 0V •&D 43 Ancient Irish fortification. 44 Be seated. 46 Mockery. 49 Oleum (suffix) 50 Nicknnme for Calvin. 51 Narrow inlet. 53 Symbol for samarium. 54 He is president of . 56 Pithy. 58 Fragrant, colorless oil. VERTICAL 1 Vindicators. 2 Like. 3 Pen point. 4 Shrub. C 5 Perceives. G Transpose (abbr.). 7 Negative. 8 Farther irt, 9 Norwegian river. 10 Soak flax. 11 That thing. 12 Eats supper. 1G Orthodox. 19 Chaldean city., 21 Disquietudes. 23 Dismays. & 24 Official documents conferring rights to a person. 27 Syriac cursiv* script. 29 Babylonian deity. 31 Lieutenants (abbr.). 33 Light knock. 38 Daughter of Inachus (myth.). 40 Foolish. 41 Chartered. 43 Secular. 45 Weary. •'!?' 47 Bone. *• 48 Consider. 50 Greek letter. 52 Tree. 54 Centiliter (abbr.). 55 Cloth measure 56 Symbol for thallium. 57 Of (suffix). NGTICL: or niiNo OP APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the imdersiRiii'ii has' filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas an application for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at mail (or wholesale) on the promises described tus 112 N. Second Street, > Blytheville, Ark. Application Ls for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the first, day of July, 19-12. and to expire on the aotli day of June, 1943, as proscribed by Bulletin dated January 7 .1933 !U id Supplf- mentul Humilntlou No. 19 effective July 10, I'M. PHIUP APPLKBAUM M2G-J2 Applicant. «u Refinish Your Own Floors! KENT OUR SANDER! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. Defoe Furniture Co. 12C K. Main St., Phone 3221 Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you can trade your old furniture in on nutf. IO 42 49 m 54 50 Zl 28 32 37 m 55 29 35 56 41 33 II 25 19 12 S46 47 w m 53 Announcements The Courier r-.^wa has been authorized to nnnounee Uie following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August. For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Hep rest 1 nlatlve W. F. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNDERL1CI1 JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEAR-DEN (for re-election) County Ireasurer JACK PINLEY ROBINSON (for re-electlpn) County Judge ROLAND GJREEN (for re-election) County Clerk T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON ifor re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. 30G 15. Main — Phone 2GGO School's Out Drive carefully, protect our children, and buy carefully. Buy a carefully reconditioned used car from Loy Eich Chevrolet Company. rowN 11)11 CHEVROLET SEDAN for HMO IUJICK SPECIAL Only -l-DOOR SEDAN Plastering BOB MALONE ISIythcville. Plaster, Stucco, crete. Phone 2078 Con- PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Materials Limited! BlytheviUe Tire Co. Ilitfhway 61 North Phone 2201 Arouse Sluggish Liver, work on* the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KIHBY'S ACTIVE LIVEK I'II,L9 Phone 2272 Blythevillc 19.11 CHEVROLET COUIMS. A Boa ul v for. .;.... ' HM1 FOR!) VS TUDOR. Har^ain . HMO PLYMOUTH 2-nO('M SUDAN 845 775 845 45 HMO I''OKI) Today V,H TUDOR. HW7 PLYMOUTH COUIMO 49 urn a A Steal TOWN SUDAN 1!>il KU1CK A Honey.... (i-PASS. COLIIMS. Kasy G. M. We Never Close Loy Eich A. C. Payment [Man Sales Dept. Open Until 9 p.m. Phone 578 :?Jlt?^^t^^^^<&<&^^^<^^- ristol. Rido Champ Knlisls PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Salvatori', m, national rifle champion in .1930 mul rinUoiisil bank guard pistol champion In 1938, has enlisted In tlio Marino Corps. you want lo buy more Defense nds SI-LI, US THE FUKNITUUK VOU ARE NOT USING for cash! Also liiicra! Iraiic-In allowance for <>lil furnflun; on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 K. Main l*hone'2302 Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkin: H-pk-6-1 Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chickasawba. ll-pk-6-11 Office & Apt., Ingram. Parkhurst Co/ Building. G-ck-6-6 Two bedrooms. Walnut, for men. 700 W. G-1-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom, 506 Walnut, Phone 2605. 5-21-ck-tf Rooms, 106 E. Main, Mrs. Parker. 9-ck-9 Hobo Has an Answer PITTSBURG. Cal. (UP)—Edward Kinlock. 67. self-styled hobo, revealed in court here the secret of his success in life. After boasting he had not worked "in 20 years, "except the little necessary to get WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Main & Lake Phone 2822 WASH food," Judge M. J. Gatto asked him to what he attributed this success. "I eat very little," he replied. Words of Glory By ROY CRANE Wanted To buy ladies' bicycle. Write Box 387, BlytheviUe. 27-pk-6-i 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. 6-1-ck-tf Steel wheels to fit :F-20 Tractor. Paul Byrum Implements. 23-ck-G-23 Lost Yellow gold lapel watcru Open face. Reward. 101 E. Davis. 28-pk-3 9x12 blue felt rug lost from truck between BlytheviUe and Holland. Reward. Safeway Gro., Ph. 2642. l-ck-4 Situation Wanted |Punks Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double Bridges. Mrs. Howard Bowcn, Luxora, phone 1F11. 8-pk-8 | GOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Huey's Gro., Highway 18. 4-ck-6-4 ILUMBER. C. C. Ark. Craig, Leachville, 7-ck-7 |1GO acres, made land. 2 houses, •y t mile to school and town. Real cotton, corn 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. 55 per acre. All made land, good title. C. C. Craig, Uachville, Ark. 9-ck-9 -The St. Lawrence River's Mont- jorency Falls are higher than Itfiagara. Their fall is 275 feet. Try OUT "Own Made" Ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Woman desires house work, companion to elderly lady. Address Route, c-o R. C. Perry Store, Luxora. Ark. l-pk-4 Found Gray mare mule, picked up on Highway 61. Phone 2155, W. W. Shaver residence. dh It is a greater distance from Texarkana. Tex., Co El Paso, Tex., than from Texarkana to Chicago. Fcr Sale and Possession Today Pretty modern home on corner lot. Hardwood floors, fireplace. Price $3250. Ton could not buy the material in the building for the price. THOMAS LAND CO. H. C. Campbell, Salesman 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. P. Brewer Dentist Blytheville, Arkansas SPECIALS! Extractions . Full Up'r A Lower Plates $25.W (Extractions Included) The Great Lakes constitute half of the world's fresh water supply. D. CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Snle ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & GO S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. THE 5ITUATIOM IM THE PHIL\PP\ME6 \S TRAGIC. EUERywHERS THE UJCTORtOUS,OUR ARMIE5 J5ESTPOVED, BL-'T WHAT OF THE FILIPIMO PEOPLE? ARE 150,000 ENEMY TJSD0PS TO HOLP 16,000,000 OF YOU W WPTUALSLAVEBy* WILLWU 5U8MIT TO THEIR ATROCITIES WITHOUT A •STRU66LE? I DOUBT IT/ YOU'VE BEEM IWADED, MOT CDWOUEREDJ THE REAL BATTLE KJftTHE PHILIP- HA5 JU5TBE60M! J ATTENTION! AIR BASE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE 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 THEIR TRUCKS ROLLING—WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FACT THAT OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT WILL STAY OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. IF IT BECOMES NECESSARY TO STAY OPEN LATER THAN 9 O'CLOCK WE WILL DO SO. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. "Blytheville's Finest Service Department" 301 Walnut St. phone 578 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 arc a few symptoms. It is folly to neglect and endure suffering when the best of scientific modern treatments and methods to cure these conditions are 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 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2921 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) USE LESS GAS WITH NEW CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS The life of spark plugs is 10,000 miles. If not replaced excessive use of gasoline and wear of pistons and rings occur rapidly. We have NEW CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS FOR EVERY MAKE OF CAR AND TRUCK. DRIVE IN TODAY. CHANGE TO CHAMPIONS NOW. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. / WE'RE FIGHTING FOR A COMMON CAUSE, / IN THE WORDS OF PATRICK HENRY, "IF WE ' \Nt6Vl TO BE FREE, WE MUST FI6HT. 1 .,, IF WE WERE BASE 6UOU6H TO DESIRE IRITIS MOW 100 LWETO RETIRE FROM THE CONTEST.. \<~, L\FE SO DSAR, OR PEACE 60 SWEET A^ TO BE PURCHASED AT THE PRICE OF CHAINS AMD SLAVERV ? R3RBIP IT, ALMI6HTV (SOD! 1 KNOW'MOT* WHAT COURSE OTHERS MAY TAKE BUT AS FOR ME, 6(VE ME L10ERTV, OR (31<JE ME DEATH l' A „. JB^* /*&! ££ corn. 1942 DY NEA scnvtcc. INC. T. M. ntr«, f PAT, OFF, ,JS<L Scouting Party V. T. HAiMLIN WE DOM'T WAMT TO RUM AFOUL OF THE COAST GUARD AT' THIS STAGE OF OUR. GA.ME...THEIR, SEKJSE OF HUMOCL MIGHT WOT BE ALL IT COULD BE C MOM, OOP, VOU AMP I ARE GOING TO DO A BIT OF RECOMUQiTER- FRECKI.ES AND HIS FRIENDS Survival of the Fittest YOU IMSURED IW/ ROMANCE, AMD MV GIRL RAM OUT CM ME'. YOU GOTTA PAV OFF / MV / '• ROMANCE f O^Y' IS IM ASHES/ OKAY' ^m ^•^ - ^ « ' ^ '. ! HENi WE CANT Go DANCIMG "IbMIGHT AT THE BOM TOM? MOPE/ I'VE GOT DOUGH WOE,HILDA! 1 JUST GAVE TMAT JERK HALF OP MY SURPLUS AMD ^ CAPITAL/ ) AV. VA/HY DID YOU HAVE TO PAY HIM OFF, LARD? IF HIS ROWiANJCE* IS IM ASHES, FIN4D OUT WHAT STARTED AZ FIRE! FRlCTiOM STARTED IT. I THINK / -tj p? ; i ; YEAH—A Two-Bir ROMANCE RUB5IN& ASAIMSTA FIVE- DOLLAR INSURANCE POLICY/ \ RED RYDER Long Overdue FRED HARMAN Tel. 453 Open 24 Hrs. ROOTS AND HER BUDDIES At It Again EDGAR MARTIN . A^ iXi TW COUCS. O,Vi A coo 1 ?, -iVAT ^MO vv i;v KStQ CP S'OCQ 6fXVi& \C\\ Gtt C'viQ e,Cc CCT 10<] «Y *** SERVICE.

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