The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1944 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1944
Page 9
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 19M .(AM.)! COURIER CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per Une tor consecutive sertlons: inlmum Charge BOc (laie per line 15 0 times per lice per <iay '.'.'.Ua w per lino per day 8c es per line per day. 70 times per line per day.... Be Iffonth per line 80o I Ada ordered lor three or elz times lid etopped before expiration will •> charged for the nunjber of times l» 6d appeared and adjustment ol •U made. I*" Chilled Advertising copy • Emitted by persons residing out- •jfflof the city must be accom- •]«d by cosh. Rates may be easily Imputed Irom the above table. •Advertising ordered Jor Irregular •jertlous takes the one time rate. •No responsibility will be taken •r more than one incorrect inser- |Jfl of any classified ad. For Sale Y-E-S-! We Imvc no Uaiunas or cigarettes, but we do have so many new and different useful gift Hems fpr the liome arriving daily such ns: electrical hoi plntes, boudoir lumps, Inble lamps, etc. PARKHURST, Since IO(M, 107-109 E. Main St. I'actlcitlly new pre-war bicycle 1 guaranteed. Chlsura'a Bike Shop 12020 w. Cherry St., Dlytlievjllc iom^ 596. 10j27-pk-llj2 r ; irge nioiilli glass jugs with melii leaps. Suitable for canning, in cas- • es of (l—30c per case. Dr. Pcppei I Bottling Co. 11-1-ck-' |;w feather bed. A. C. Duclos, Rt ", near Promised Land School. 10'30-dh-l •rower chicken battery, eleclri I thermostat control, five deck, 50 I chicken capacity. Phone 541. Jes I se Stilt. 10i3i-ck-n-7 CHRISTMAS CARDS and STATIONERY •our name imprinted. Cards in stor 1 —no waiting—We do our own im | printing. KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. Main & Broadway 10|28-ck. CLOSET OUTFIT |:ainless white china bowl an Jank. Quick action, modern de fi'gn. $21. MONTGOMERY WARD 11-1-ck links, comodes, plumbing pipe. Wo Arian Junk Yard. N. Higlnvny C U|2-pk'-12 $*$$$$$$$$$$$$£ DON'T SELL YOUR CAR * «i SEVERAL GOOD SMALL FARMS NORTH & WEST OF STEELE, MO. 0, 80, 120 and ICO acre tracts. Some of this land belongs to Insurance companies. . . ail can be bought on easy tcrins. RIALES LAND CO. Russell E. Rlales Glcncoe Hotel, Ph. 464 ll-l-pk-4 "oal sloves arc no longer ra Uoncd. Buy the best from Planters Hdw. Co. 'cw nice Duroc Boars, put o( lop blood Hues, ready for service. Joe T. Cagle, I51y theville, Ark., Rt. No. 2/ miles south on Highway Gl 10-21-ck-il-12 Medium sized Gary safe. In excellent condition. Wade Furniture Co ll|2-ck- Until You Get SEVERAL THOUSAND ACRES MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LAND Now being subdivided. School bus, mnil routes, electricity, close to gins and stores. All modem country conveniences. Small down payment, easy terms on balance. RIALES LAND CO. Russell E. Rlales Glencoc Hotel, Ph. 464 H-l-pk-1 20 good Northern used cars. Priced right to sell. Bill & Clyde Jollfl, Manila, Ark. 10|lG-pk-liii6 10(1 acres in St. Francis County, Ark., about 20 ncres open ground, rest timber. See Mrs. T. L. Christy, • PHILLIPS' PRICE : BLYTHEVILLE'S HIGHEST USED CAR BUYERS ^ * Phijlips will poy you the TOP CASH ** PRICE without any risk of OPA violation; *» without any repair or advertising expense ** on your part; .without any notes—ALL v» CASH; and without any "Come-Back" on v> you or Delay. PHILLIPS NEEDS SO USED CARS ** Get TOP CASH Price For Your Car Today At PHILLIPS :MOTOR co. w Walnut At 5th — Ph. 453 "THE NO. 7 DEALER" $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Service inmmyer mid shop foromim, One of (he olrtost and best shops In Ulj'tlievIHo 1ms mi opening for nn A-i service immngcr iimt u shop foreman. Good WIIJJPS. 1'cr- mniient employment. Jlof; Y2, Com lei^N'cws. 10131-ck-3 lor home Uvuulrylng, wlllv good pay, board nud room. Willie Bell Qrcen, behind loo plant on Palestine, Ark. llll-pk-4 Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-lG-ch-lf> FARMS FOR SALE 1(9 A. oC the very best type of black 1 cypress loam soil in Mississippi I County. Just west of Marie, Ark I All in cultivation. Gravel road. I High line. School bus and mall I routes. This place belongs to non- I resident lady. For quick sale— I $115 per acre. There is no loan of I any kind on this place. You can j borrow up to $60 per acre on n I long term loan at 4>i% interest. J Has ample buildings. • I A. Just S. of Dell. Good cypress 1 land. 2 good painted houses. Fair I burn. On highline. Can be worked I with tractor. Will stand 55000 in- I surance loan if needed. S125 per A. |i A. Just N. of Armor.el. 2_good 1 houses ami barn, mixed soil. $125 per A. ' A. Just N. of Armorel. One large I horise. Pair barn. Extra good soil J $125 per A. liO A. .fust S. of Annorel. Very best 1 type of land. Judging from looking at it, ICO acres on this land I will produce 1!'. bales to acre. |^iiov,'n by appointment. S. of Blytheville on Hwy. 01. I Good G room residence. 2 tenant I houses. The only small tract on 1 Hwy. 01 for sale in Mississippi 1 County. $165 per A. I.LL THE ABOVE LAND IS IN 1 MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKAN- l SAS. •SO A. 1 mile from Braggadocio, Mo. 1 Nice 2. story main residence, large | barn. 2 extra good' tenant houses Gravel road through place. Ljghls and nil mortem conveniences. This place on the market for a very short time. Non resident owner. $110 per A. Has $6000 at interest. [10 A. Just N. of Stccle, Mo. This ii the highest type of soil that can be found. Unusually good im movements. Lights, school bus mail route. Gravel road through place. Shown by appointment. RIALES LAND CO. Russell E. Riales Glencoe Hotel, Ph. 4C1 ll-'l-pk- I'iVe room resilience, hardwood | (loors nnrt bath on Kentucky St Price $3,650.00, one-half cash I! | C. Campbell. Phone 2G41. 10;30-pk-ll| NOTICE Just received the largest and most complete line of all kinds of framed pictures in the country. Also luggage In various sixes and prices. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Wanted to Buy Will pay cash for small home electric refrigerator. Call Mr. McMahan, Phone 001. ll!2-ck-5 Pecans, junk, h^lcg. For highest prices see Wolt Arian, N. Highway 61. Phone 2890. 1112,pk-12r2 Main St. 'lI12-ck-2 Soybeans, hay and corn. Blythevilio Grain & Elevator Co. 10j30-ck-tf CO young white leghorn hens. Ercy Williams, half mile No. of Gosnell on gravel road. ll|l-pk-4 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Ulytheville Machine Shop. 30-cfc-10, P 3 room residence and servnn house, close in. Price $200000 I | c. Campbell. Phone 2041. 10;30-pk-il; •(ice six room plastered house, mod ern. Two acres of ground, ad joining city limits. Price $5,650.00 I H. C. Campbell, Phone 2641. ___ I0;30-pk-ll I'ARMS FOR SALE on easy terns both upland and bottom. Well im proved In tracts of 20 to 1000 acre C. W. Smith, Citizens Bank Build Ing. Dexter, Mo. 10,28-pk-12 Ivpod or conl circulator heate Night phone 3309. O. S. Roliiso 10'25-ck- jne in and sec our large slock ( PfRACTQR TIRES. All sizes aval able. MONTGOMERY WARD. 11-1-ck- |\'ew Zealand white rabbits, does at bucks. Zachnry Duclos, Rt. 3, tie; Promised Land School. 10|30-dh- SAVE ON INSULATION 'Jail us for free estimate. \V install Rock Wool. MISS. CTY. LUMBER.C( Phone -145. 10-23-ch phlld's thi;ce-p!ece snowsult in go condition. Mrs., Virgil Boyd, ' Missouri. Phono 923. 10112-pk' 'ENCER CORSETS. Mrs. John Long, registered corsetlere. 133 w. Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a. m. and after 4 p. m. 10j2-pk-ll|2 Fttr Rent idroom. 900 West Walnut. " — '-" 10]27-pk-3 corns for rent. IOC E. Main. I0j26-pk-ll|26 :droom, convenient to bath, steam heat. 611 West Main. Phone 3325 omfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516. 10-3-ck-tf Services nnounciiiB opening of new classes in Shorthand, Bookkeeping anc Typing. Mrs- L. M. Burnette, 101C Hearn St. Phone 3270. 10|24pkll|: BATTERY SERVICE ne hour battery charging on newest Cities Service Quick Charger. Pickup and delivery m city. Phone 921. WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE STATION Hwy. 01 & Railroad 10-31-pk-31 !lcan 1941 or 1942 Chevrolet, Pon- tinc, Buick. Phone 2181. iighest cash prices paid for used cars, 1929 to 1937 models, any make. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chickasawba St., Blytlicvllle. , 10;30-pk-11130 Five or six room house. Call 2744. 10|10-pk-U-lp Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords Bring to 316 E. Malri. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 1013-pk-il[3 Will pay cash for f 10,000 worth of good used fnrnt tore. Wade Furniture Co Will pay 20o per aoz. for wire coil Qudso? Ql,ea Strayed Small billie goal lost Sunday nigh between 12:00 and 2:00. Call Flet clier Wilson, 3382 between 8:0 and 5: 00- Reward. lljl-pk- Wantett To Jtent room furnished or unfurjitshci apartment. Phone 2204. ll|2-pk-l or 6 room house. Will pay oni year's rent In ndvnnce. Call Hur vey Parrlsh, phono 2045. 10114-ck-t ' f PAGE (jrocpry slock keeper. A icul opportunity for a husller. Sco J. K. Kanders ul Oily Super Market. UH-ck-l ir U free to trnvcl, liberal drnw- Ing uccount, plus bopus, traveling expenses pnlcl. Apply Wednesiluy "nil Fliday. Hold Clolf, S:30 to Mr. Oonil. 10:30-i>k-lll4 MniV to help on press. BlyTlicvlllo Glu Co. l'a- Slrciimlliics Name FORT WAIIRUN. Wyo, (Ul>) — Pcojile couldn't seem lo ivniembcr or pronounce his name, .so I'vl. l-letro Caccavlcllo or Foil Warren petitioned the court In his unlive Detroit .0 change hl.s name. lie changed It o Peter I'aul Cncnrllln. Etmtr VULCAMIIinc Tire ft Tube Rtparr C»lt« Bflt KJL * l Hwy. « *1(h Kotlir A*. FU) Botcbra, KaU and Mica eliminated. Contract icrvlo* In enntroL Biddle Exterminators Fn» btlnutcs. Ill B. Third Phone MB1 Two or three room unfuriiishc'd ppartincnt,.Mrs. Norman Shields, 1307 W| Main. Ill2-pk-ll|9 Two or three room house or npnrt- ment furnished or unfurnished Call 2552. llll-ck-8 LoiUher folder containing gas ration books/Liberal reward. I. Rosenthal, 22C W. Mali). Lost or Strayed Eor Sale 185 AcrM ft MihtJS Improved liii *n Highway «l f o • r miles south of Bly- theTllle- , c C. G. Smith ALLEY OOP Light brindle cow. seven years nlil,- ieft horn broken off, both ears split, disappeared Sunday night. • Contact Lillle Sturgeon, Hickman, Ark., one mile east of Forty and ^jiight. HH-pk-ll|3 Dandelions furnish pollen for spring bee broods, the bees make lioncy, and honey saves sugar, .so they help with the war. 1 FEEL LIKE I WAS RUN OVER BY A CEMENT MIXER! Vop, ...TH6TRE SO HAPPV VOU ARE YOURSELF AOW,' COMH FRCV.1? VJHM GOES HERE A1ATTDR WITH DOPES? tic's Nornn;] ' OP COURSE - MN5GIK/ PER PETE SAKE. HOW COULD I BE ANV- BOCV BUT A|E7 YOU • PON'T MAKE SENSE.' Ry V. T FJ5ECKLBS AND HIS FRIENDS ^ ••••-•"*• •,-•* ' - ' Himself f~ STATE HEADJfg Ve have a new process for cleaning and sterilizing your rugs and upholstery in your homes. Work guaranteed. Phone 3006. 10J24-P1C-HJ8 Driving to iNIichigan. Soldier's car leaving early Sunday morning. Have room for two or three passengers. Phone 3213 Friday or aat- "Tday. ll|l-pk-4 Young lady, business college graduate, desires bookkeeping position. Permanent resident. Phone 3338. Lost Taken from M™ of Heaton's Home of Flowers Halloween night, large silver gazing bowl. Anyone finding same please call 549. ll[l-ck-tf Key holder containing door key, set of car keys and miniature license No. 126-560. Reward. Call 717 or leave at Courier. llja-pk-l ight tan billfold. Lost at Quality Shoe Shop. Finder may keep money ana return billfold to Laura Schumacher at BAAF Air Corps Supply, Blylheville. ' ll!3-pk-7 HORIZONTAL" 60 Analyze" a 7 £t j -1 Pictured r"_ "i sentence |f, governor,' ' • VERTICAI, 1 Wireless ^Vindicate 3 Biblical pronoun 4 Written form o£ Mistress 5 Birds' homes 6 Doctor (ab.) •} Doubly ..^' (prefiN)' ^ 13 Affirm 14 Man's name :15 Sea eagle 16 From : 17 Call for help ' at sea ••I 9 Fowl "**& 21 Symbol tar tellunurn 22'Girl's name 24 More trite 27 Scatter" 28 Examine 30 Mineral springs > 31 Ventilates 32 Lampreys 34 Like . .«& 35 Weapons.^© 36 Beginners *• 3 7 Op erotic solo 39Tasto solo ' : (ab.) 40 Leaping amphibian ,43 Hasten off 44 Spikenard 46 Amount (ab,) 49 Scottish v I sheepfold 50' Universal j language 15 L Negative 152 Father ;54 Any ;55 Royal Italian I family name '57 Youths —. 59 He governs the of 1 Connecticut to Pr«rlon» Pnzil* . .:) m-\ PATTY 8C% , 23 Malt d.rinl< ] '. 25 Separated ',4 20 Endures 27 Diminuth'c o£ Tjmptl'.v 29 Feminine name exposure *% I 41 Swiss river '. '42 Fears ."_'*• '43 Charges for i transportatiort 45 Impermeable.! 47 Proceed .<# 4 8 Upward ft 51 Seine «R 53 \vingHke"part 5ii Symbol for -A . „, . iantalum -"• «i 38 Rot by w _"i. 58 Area measurii 8 Pains 9 Lov/ haunt _ 10 War risk (ab.) 31 Malicious 11 Buries -fc, " burning 12 Requires' I'X 33 Station (ab.) 18 Bone "*£ 35 Skill " v .,- ; 20 Symbol for ; 37 Nearly! ^' — erbium •U. m i ss SH 1 oow'r KMOW TO POLE l/AULT . __ MOT QUALIFIED RUN FOR. THE OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER. OF Jiy AlKimiLL BL08811 w/fuu, you iw> no BUSINESS LETTING ME TALK V3U IM1D IT/f: ^ ^&^^~ ^ (m** ^d RED RYDER Oiif HE'S eoUViE-WT / FIREWMER 6S1.LER. RESERVATION .' Tip TH.I5 IN^I ABOUT A. . -. WVBE .^OU-Y FRJJD HARMAll Hli- ^ * II-Z\,,*. WASH TUBBS Not G. I. RY LESLIE JTUKNER Get 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 CARS fffjcfentfy PHILJPS MOTOR COMPANY Tel, 453 "ForemosUn WfllnMt at 5th THE JAP UNIFORM CAPTAIN WAUTS MUST JOSE. LOOK! THIS ONE'S JUST RIGHT.' WE'LL TRAIL HIM TILL HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES - ,\ .\iH, Wt-CVOA V OWt VOO M<> r\VO\.06V, Unck Home WFs'b BY. EDGAR MARTIN V bViVV "\VKOU6W

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