The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1942 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1942
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1942' ' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION 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 BIx times per line per day 05c Month rate per line... '"eoc Card of Thanks 'lite'line Minimum charge 50c. Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times l t v c um d fl PP eared and adjustment |of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy •submitted by persons residing out- Iside of the city must be accom- Ipanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. I Advertising ordered for irregular [Insertions takes the one time rate. I No responsibility will be taken jror more than one incorrect inser- Ition of any classified ad. For Sale pood alfalfa hay, cheaper if taken from press. Phone G85, Dr E V Hill, Rt. 1, Blytheviile. lG-pk-10 Studio couch and youth bed with ^nnerspring mattress. Phone -2583 before 6 o'clock. 3-ck-G. [oury's Confectionery and Cafe at Steele, Mo. Doing wonderful business. Owner already in armed forces and cannot manage business 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 For Rent Bedroom of efficiency apartment. Phone 3302, 313 N. 2nd St G-3-ck-3 MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Rooms and boai'd. Mrs. Ella Worthy, 100 W. Kentucky, phone 2133. G-2-ck-7-2 3 room unfurnished apartment, upstairs. Phone 2249, Mrs. J. P. Smith, East Main St. 6-2-ck-tf New duplex \vrth 4 room apartments; on Davis St. L. Fowler, 031 Walnut. l-ck-4 Furnished house. Ph. 2919 after 5:30 p.m., 1G01 W. Ash. G-1-ck-tf 4 room house, furnished. Best residential section. Phone 2796. dh Front bedroom, outside entrance. Close in. 5115 Walnut, phone 2327. G-1-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 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bail). Attic fan. 1017 Walnut, phone 2510. 5-27-ck-tf Desirable apartment. Also front bedroom. Airs. Martin, 817 Chickasawba. 5-27-ck-tf Bedroom next to bath. G18 Walnut. Phone 2037. 5-27-ck-tf Slectric water pump and house trailer. 412 N. 1st St. 2-pk-10 I) H.P. "Sea King" outboard motor. Reasonable. Phone 2410. G-lcktf |3 good used Allis-Chalmers combines. Priced for quick sale. See at Paul Byrum Imp. W. E. Wallace. l-pk-7 5ood. dairy barn, concrete floor; 3Vj acres land. Located between comfortable Division and Central school Pr. 2566. 1-ck-l'O |Massey-Harris 2721. Combine. Phone l-pk-7 |1937 Ford, I 1 /:: ton long wheel base truck. Will sell worth money. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. G-1-ck-tf |One Globe slicing machine. Nearly new. Bargain. Tom Little Hdwe. Co. ,. 6-i-ck-tf |Several items .cafe fixtures, large J|i drink box and cafe dishes. Tom 'Little Hdwe. Co. G-1-ck-tf G5 acres ; good land w:th brick house and running water, Vj mile north of Leachville. |B2 acres good black dirt, good frame house with running water, 1 mile south of Leachville. ICafe and whiskey store. Excellent (.business. Must be sold by June 1. Call A. Guinn, Leachville, Ark. 5-28-ck-4 Six room house with bath. Clear title. Phone 2642. 5-27-ck-27 |One Underwood Standard Typewriter No. 5, $40.00 cash; one Todd Protcctograph Check Writer, $15.00 cash. Roland Roggenbrod, 1310 W. Holly. Tel. 2958. 29-pk-5 )ne of Blytheville's leading grocery .stores. Well established, good business. Clear title. Phone 2642. 5-27-ck-27 used Sundstrand adding machine. Can be seen at Three States Lumber Co. 23-pk-7-23 |Frigidaire drink box, 50 case capacity. See at Gwin's Cafe, intersection 61-84, Hayti, Mo. 5-23-pk-23 Iplaza Cafe, 1914 Main St. 19pkl9 200 dark red Duroc-Jersey Spring ^.pigs. Blockier, shorter legged. I" easier feeding. Immune, registered. Stanton A. Pepper, Rt. 1, Blytheville, Ark. 13-pk-G-13 |Lumber yard. C. C. Craig, Leachville, Ark. 11-ck-ll |l941 Ford Pick-up. 11,000 miles, first class nibber. 207 N. 5th St. 11-pk-ll Dodge coupe, $50, good tires. 5 sewing machines, like new. Johnie Goforth, Half Moon Store, phone 763. 9-pk-9 jnks Pioneer Hybrid corn stored at Double Bridges. Mrs. Howard Bowen, Luxora, phone 1F11. 8-pk-8 IGOLDFISH MINNOWS — Day or night. Huey's Gro., Highway 18. 4-ck-6-4 . C. C. Craig. Leachville, 7-ck-7 Ark. 160 acres, made land. 2 houses. % 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. |l60 acres, will overflow. Good timber, house. $5 per acre. All made land, good title. C. C. Craig Leachville, Ark. 9-ck-9 A soldier eats twice as much hanned goods as a civilian—SO cans |i year against 40 cans. Try our "Own Made" Ice Cream Ole Hickory Inn Comfortable bedroom, men only. Chickasawba & 10th, ph. 2413. 5-7-ck-tf Comfortable room. St., phone 2235. • 619 W. Main 2G-ck-tf front bedroom, opening into bath. 310 Walnut. 5-25-ck-tf Room and board or beds in private home. 409 E. Main. 29-ck-5 Bedrooms convenient to bath. 1109 Chickasawba, phone 2875. 5-21-ck-21 Bedroom, large, cool. 809 Chicka- 12-dh at bedrooms, apply 1031 Main St. Phone 2514. rf-ck-tf Desirable bedroom. Call 2144 or 2592. 1037 Walnut. 5-28-ck-tf Bedroom, modern conveniences.Men preferred. Ph. 3295. G21 Walnut HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured popular musical instrument. 7 Move rapidly. 12 Teacher. 13 Asiatic goat Answer to Previous Puzzle 14 Either. 16 Plateau. 17 Border. 18 Greek letter. 19 Marry. 21 Communication. 22 Vegetable. 23 Beloved. 25 Trained animal. 26 Stains. 28 Begin. 30 Symbol for J u 5 T 1 F 1 C A T 0 R 5 U •<>': ^ A N 0 N 1 C A L '•{. A A S ••*> U N R E S T S \£ C L N h— B •.','!'' S cr R T A •CJ C H I A N 1 L '#; L t S M L A ! C N 0 T E b fe& 1 ?-] S 1 L L Y T R ?<• A LJ P A L L S »*r E L O •$•• '•f'.f t A >& 1 0 -Vr 1 >Mf ^ A N O iii. P A h (N T S ',>** T L I N N E K rj. V «c H 1 R E D 0 S E R r- T A P T 1 R E K i T /S *,'J A S H 1 T A 111 JU W Rl 0 .•;' E Y O U R AM AN IN 05 0 5 D S U P S () R A T £ phenyl. 31 East Indin (abbr.). 32 Market. 34 Goodman 53 Flower. plays one. 55 Excel. 37 Partner. 5G Bobolink. 38 Rip. 40 Regret. 41 Bird. 46 Twain. 47 Transpose • (abbr.). 48 Piece of money. 49 Land. 51 Chaos. 52 Scorched. VERTICAL 1 Large group. 2 Near. 3 Beverage. 4 Article. 5 Organ of smell. 6 Eons. 7 Barriers. 8 Incite. 9 Deer. lOTwaddell (abbr.). 11 Uniform. 13 Ocean. 15 It is played with a . 18 Solid food. 20 24 hours. 22 Through. 24 Answer. 25 Holy man. 27 Her. 29 Golf peg. 32 Slight 33 Malt beverage. 34 Dialect. 35 Snare. 36 Gape. 37 Shaw also plays one 39 Circular. 41 Painful. 42 It is a •> instrument. 43 Insect 44 Tardy. 45 Unite closely. 48 Billiard slick. 50 Chest .bone. 52 British Columbia (abbr.). 543.1416. Ancient Burial Hearse Is Evicted By The War PITTs HURG (UP)— A 155-ycar- kl hi' will be sacrificed here .so he> \i occupies can be con- ertecl into an uir raid shelter. William Sirlin, a funeral director, ias kept iheundent wagon in u ;nnxije in the biuement of his homo lere. Bui siilln is an ntr raid war-, den and ii folded to make over the wag i' into a .shelter. He paid $350 Tor the hsarsu about G years ;xj> 0 . It \vi\s made in 1887 by om> Thomas Kluhorc, near Bt-d- ord, P:I.. \vith wood salvaged from ui old flour mill. The hi.'tirso has not been used or fi fimmil since 1902, but it ins been in numerous panult'.s .since hen. Yell-ran Machinist 15 IZ 20 33 4O 47 &>§£' =*?£ 30 48 21 4) •£5£, ^?i 56 8 29 34 45 22 50 Xi V^AI m m 35 46 36 \59 A Birth Certificate Becomes Costly Item UNIONTOWN, Pa. f UP)—Frank .o'sing $80 in wages for time away from his job. 9-ck-6-91 Martin 40, of Cleveland. Rooms. 125 W. Main, Harry Atkins. 14-pk-G-14 Nice, quiet bedrooms, convenient to bath. Men preferred. 2100 Chick- J J"L • asav;ba. • <- -- - -•' neimer $102.38 for a piece of paper showing he was born in the United •States. Bom at South Connelsville, Pa July 15, =.O£fice..&^..Apt. f , .Ingram - Building. Parkhurst Co. 6-ck-6-6 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 Wanted E 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-G Wanted to Buy Late model car. Will pay cash. R. W. Wade, Burdettc. Ark. G-3-pk-3 Late model truck and trailer, or will buy trailer without truck. Tom Little Hdwe. Co' 6-1-ck-tf Steel wheels to m 7-20 Tractor. Paul Eyrum Implements. 23-ck-6-23 Situ a lion Wanted Woman desires houso \vork. companion to elderly lady. Address Route, c-o R. C. Perry Store. Luxora. Ark. _. Found Gray mare mule, picked up on Highway 61. Phone 2155, W. W. Shaver residence. " dh WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOtJ MONET Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. -VIain'& Lake Phonc 2822 For Sale and Possession Today Pretty modern home on corner lot. Hardwood floors, fireplace. Price S3250. You 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. F. Brewer Dentist Blythevitie, SPECIALS I Extractions ............... $LM Foil Up'r & Lower Plates $25.00 (Extractions Included) Martin was informed county nor the tate capital had a record of his birth. Martin needed a birth certificate for a defense job. Coming to Uniontown to solve -he problem, Martin spent $1688 n railroad fare; $2.50 for affidavits; >3 for court approval, meanwhile LOS ANGELES, Cnl. (UP)— R. E. Weber, 6<5-ynir-oUI machinist lit Douglas Aircraft, was uh'ui :i $100 award for UK* invention of u time-saving tool. Announcements The Courier r/uws lias been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Demo'.ratio primary In August. For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. P. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election) County treasurer JACK PINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) County Jndge ROLAND GREEN (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) tti'finish Your Own Floors! KKNT OUR SANDER! —Phone 515— Tom Little Hdwe. Co. Defoe Furniiure Co. 120 E. Main St., Plume 3'i?.l Wanted: Used Furniture. Also you cun trade your old furniture la on now. SMALL LOANS On Anything of Value. East Main Loan Co. JOG K. Miihi — flume School's Out Drive carefully, protect our children, and buy I carefully. Buy a carefully reconditioned used car I from Loy Eich. Chevrolet Company. | UMl CHEVROLET TOWN I SEDAN for BOOK SEDAN 19-10 KUICK SPECIAL Only Plastering BOB MALONE Fluster, Stucco, Concrete. I'lioiie 207K Freshest Stock Guaranteed IJest Prices Kirby Drug Stores S:umiit-v. i/ivcr. work oil the bile to rid yourself of constipation, gas pains, and that sour, punk feeling. Take one box of KHlIiVS ACTIVE LIVER PU.I.S SPRAY PAINTING E. SHEPHERD Phone 2272 Blytheville 11)11 CII&VKOLUT COUI'10. A Hcaiilv for $775 1i)l! R)R1) VS TUDOR. Karjjain HMO PLYMOUTH g- SUDAN : 1!MO FOR!) VS TUDOR Todav $745 11K{7 COd LYMOUTH 1M7 CHKVKOLET TOWN SEDAN A Steal S99 If) 11 MUCK (i-l'ASS. COUPE. A Honey . Easy CJ. M. A. C. Payment Plan We Never Close Sales l) e p(. Open Until 9 p.m. Eich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 Tiiltculs Ni-i'd SUK»I- Tanls AN DIEGO, Cnl. iUP>~- Pu- coming f-o the Couuly Uo. 1 ;- j)ILnl - will bring I heir own Ruynr nurds with Llu-m hrn-allcr to het;» solve the problem crcitlcti by r;i- tioning. If you wimt to buy more Defense Bunds SELL US THE FURNli'UKtt YOU A!tE NOT USING fot cash! Also liberal tmdc-in allowance for old fumilurc on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 301 E. Main Phone Mm The estimated weight of our entire planet i.s <;ix sextillion, GOO quintillion short Ion? This doesn't include the atmosphere, which weighs more th'in five quadrillion short tons. CONCRETE STORM SEWER For Sale ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & GO D. S. Lancy Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. ATTENTION! AIR BASE CONTRACTORS And TRUCK OWNERS EVERYWHERE WE STAY OPEN NIGHTS , F C " * OPERATORS KEEP E CALL YOUR ATTENTION T ° UR REPAIK DEPARTMENT WILL LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO ^Blytheville's Finest Service Department" 30! Walnut St. Phonc 57g WASH TUHBS Attaboy! l?y ROY CRANE HA! WHAT TH1MK YOU OF THAT, OLD TITO? YE5.61VE 06 UBERTV OR 6)\JE US DEATH! WOULP ro HOW THE PROPOSES FOR US TO F16KT THE JAPS: IFATI6Ef2 SUDDENLY BROKE IMTO YODR HCJME, YOU WOULDN'T 6WE UP WITHOUT A 5TRU66LE, C?R TRY TO LIVE 5 IDE BY SIDE WITH HINA. MEITHER WOULD YOU TRV TO APPEASE HIS HUNSER 0VOFFERW6 YOUR HAND TO EAT, FOR IT WOULD 0NLV WHET HIS APPETITE FOR WO.YOU'D CLEAR OUT! WU'O 6ET"A <5UN, A 6PEAR, A CLUB' YOU'D* TRY TO LOCK HIM (KJSIPE, AMP YOU'D PO YOUR UTMOST TO KILL HIM. OR.6TARYE HIM, OR KEEP HIM THERE UNTIL HELP ARRIUEDJ THEM TREAT THE INVACHN& 3/XP A6 VOU'P TREATAT16ER! U\6 ARMY Of OCCUPATION 6O ALL-FIREP THAT WE'LL BE ABLE TO LICK HI5ABM1ES EL-6EWHERE,AMOCOME TO YOUR AID. 1 SE5, TREAT THE iAP AS YOU WOULD AT16ER.1 '"^^•^••^•M Rectal Ailments Undermines Heal tli Rectal disorders undermines the health and joy of more SSfnJrh any , other hun ™" ailment. Rectal pain and hemorrhage are danger signals of serious health wrecking conditions. Irritable dispositions, extreme ncriousnSs constipation, digestive disturbances, back and leg ache etc ^ a -« fCW , Syi ? t0inS ' K 3S f ° l!y l ° n ^ lcct ™* endure m^S * S 1 the best ° f scie »t'«c modern treatments and h^nHnf r CUr ° thC r e condilions arc ^ your midst. No hospital fees, no confinement to bed. except in very rare conditions when a day or two is preferred oft duty. Clinic 514 Main DRS. NIES & NIES Blylheville, Ark. Phone DON EDWAEDS "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 >IAKE OF CAR AND TRUCK. DRIVE IN TODAY. CHANGE TO CHAMPIONS NOW. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 Open 24 Hrs. ALLEY OOP A 1 WHATS TH H7EA/LEAVIM OUR ,&CW AK1' 9MEAKIM' UP TO TH' BEACH? SCARED OF vTTh YOU BEIKJG AM \WELU, NO, L Dl ALIEW AMD ME A \ GUESS so FUGITIVE, IT WOULDM'T \WITH US BE TOO GOOD, RLJW- SMKJ<3 ItviTO A COAST GUARD PATR.OL,MOW VxJOULD IT? By V. T. HAMLIK MOT IF A /THOSE CHAP< LOAD OF / OUT THERE H.E. ARE COAST ABOARD.'! GLJARD \ MEN) v I WELL,I'LL. BE/ A SU&MARlME STUCK OW THE BAR .' HOLY . MACKEREL.' THAT CRUMMY LOO KIM' THING? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS YEAH . JINKY ^JAMES |S A POLICY- HOLDER- INJ MY %X LOVE- IMSURAMCE" COMPANY- WHY? PAY HtM RVE ./\. Mis GAL Dc MOW V s WALKING /AROUMD IN A OREANA ABOUT LARRV BARKER / JINKY'S GOMNA ' LOSE HER./ A Risky Business By MERRILL IILOSSER DOTTIE cAM'r oo TMAT MEl JIMIMY. I/ ----- -•< \ / BUCKS TO PAY OFF WiTM ' IMIM. / ----GOT FIVE/ THEM ' YOU'D _ETT6« NIP THE NEW ROMAMCE" FAST/ f!ED RYDKR Bur, DOTTIE.VOU , USED TO SAY JINKY / ME WAS--AND WAS ALL THE I THEM i STARTED WORLD TO YOU! ^ STUDYING HIS MAP/ •-rfaS^-, ~£;^*4 f^i ^ SAT - 'Wti'tf k ^ tv^-^B •xil v \> > /r 5 / fA* " v -SBi \Vcll! r - WON T 1Au<, EH? WELL, , v l5.e5x I CANS rosrr 'siT ^ti'J t>\RE ) HUR.T W _y BOOTS IAND HER HUDDIES Who ? ? !! MISS PUG?/ By EDGAR MARTIN MISS BOO"\S\\ M\SS «* srwiet. INC. T.

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