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November 10, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1944
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J'llIDAY, .NOVEMBEK 10, BLrTHEVELLB (4BK-X COURIER NEWS •« J 1 * JPAGESEV1K CLASSIFIED "'ADVERTISING INFORMATION ,. Dally rate per Une for consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge tOc „ 1 time per line ' ',. 150 .. 2 tlmea per Une per fl»y 13c , J Ume. per line p,r d*y 00 • f.,4? 16 * P" Un « Per (toy Tc 12 tlmea per Une per day.. Bo 1 Month per Une too .£ Ada ordered for three or ids time* j jna etopped before explrtUoa will 11 be charged for the number of time* g the ad appeared and adjustment ot { bill made. ' , -. . e All Classified Advertising copy S •ubmltted by persons residing out»!ae of the city must be accom- \Wpanled by cash. Rates may be easUy | computed from the above table. • 4 Advertising ordered for irregular 8 Insertions takes the one time rate. *' No responsibility will .be taken l for more than one Incorrect Inser- classlfled ad. For Sale For Sale Ladles pie-war bicycle. $25 cash. Phone 31G5. Like new. ll|9-pk-12 Three duplexes, modci'ii. Write Box P., Courier News. ; H[iO'-pk-ll|24 HCA 10 tube cabinet radio, Good. condition. $59.00. Call 2404 after 0 llllO-uk-14! for Kent Bedroom.-314 No. 9th St. Phone 2117. Mrs. W. L. Green. ll|10-pk-n[11 Bedroom with kitchen Phone 2133. privileges. ll|8-ck-tf Bedroom with kitchen privileges. 1504 West Hearn St. Il|8-pl5- Room in private home. Steam heat. Phone, 2844, ll|7-ck-13 Small house-to white couple willing ; to help occasionally with house' work and yard. 1031 Ash. ll[8-ck-15 Rooms for rent. 106 E. Main. i. 10j2G-pk-ll|26 .j 100 acres (less riihls-of-wny), n)K fulfil, cotton, and com laii'd, tlirec e miles south of'CariHhersvillc, Mis- 3 souri, buildings fair. 141 acres ac- timl cultlvntnblc acres. Price $22,000.00, with one-hnlf cash- and terms. No trade, no reduction. W. •|' B.-Bernard, Agent, Carutlicrsvillc, Missouri. Il|10-ck-l2 !:,SO acres highly improved Innti, ? miles south or Blythcville. Private . owner. Good residence, electric service, water pump and ball). Tm- proved (cnant house. All 'under fence, gvayel;voad.' Phone 736. "'' Bedroom, convenient to bath, steam heat. 611 West Main. Phone 3325 10112-pk-ll|12 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone- 2516. 10-3-ck-tf Uflico n> Uif Mm tiuuoiau. inquire at the PuJUiunt Co. ll-ao-ck-tt Wanted to Bun PHILLIPS For Clean Cars We Will Pay * Up to the Following Cash Prices: PRESCRIPTION Frcihc«t Stock Guarantee* Beat Prt«w Kirby Drag Stores Vear Model 1937 . . ** 1938 . . 1939 . . '1940 . . 1941 . . <A 1942 . : FOR» 515.00 640.00 775.00 860.00 1085.00 1285.00 CilKVKOLKT $ 455.00 590.00 680.00 925.00 1110.00 1280.00 ri.YMOilxii , , $ 635^00 I* 770.00^ 940.00 1210.0$ 12>5;00 Girl's bicycle. Virijinla Altort, Sudbury School. ll|10-pk-ll|14 ! Dining room furniture, excellent j condition. Mrs;. W. J. Pollard, t Phone 2213. ll|10-pk-ll|14 Piano. Call Miss Jean Sarbcr, voice teacher, Hotel Noble. . ll]10-pk-17 Don't Sell Until You See Phillips Phillipsf aysTopCashPrices. Ho Violations«. • PHILLIPS MOTOR GO* t Five room stucco house with bath, screened front and back porches. K Two lots, 2238 Caroline St.,.Pride '' -"Addition.-"- ' ll[9-pk-ll|lC '; feWb'-'A^'bf level niixcd land. About 125 ; A. in .cultivation. 210 A. slashed.-One,good set .61 Improvements. On-concrete hwy. 4% nil, from good town!;;Price—$30. per acre, 20%; cosh, balance terms. Shown by appointment only. .1. c. CHAPIN, Dexter, .Mo.,'Phone 340. Also several smaller farms. ll|9-pk-I6 Electric table top stove" In excellent condition. Write or see Josephine . Wilhite, 1700 W. Chickasawba. . ll|10-pk-14 If you have a residence for asle, see me. Office First National Bank Bldg. H.'.C. Campbell..:'ll[g-pk-23 > Practically new pre-war baby buggy. R. Cost $24:50. Will sell $19.05. 1021 g Henrn niter 6:30 p.m. HjlO-pkH •l" Individual will pay up to $150.00 cash, per acre, for/small farm with wurranlccd deed and abstract; In or hear Mississippi'or Peiniscot County, with' fair .buildings; all weather, road; electricity or electricity available. Give price description and location in Ars letter. Will be in Blythcville on week. Write BOX D.F.B, % Cour ier News. ' lljlO-pk-17 Tel 453 Walnut at 5th Eor Sale Ml Aerw «f klghly, Improved Uid w Highwtr «1 foir miles Bonth of Bly- C. G. Smith WE FILL ALL DOCTOR* 1 PRESCRIPTION! AND HAVE YOU HONK STEWART'S Drif Sl«r «*ln A L*i« If yftu want to, vny, mot* , War Bond! SF.LI, US THK FURNITURE VOU ARU NOT USING, for caih! Abo liberal trade-in allowance for old furniture on new, Alvih Hardy Furh. Co. S'.l E. Main ' Phone Z30Z $ $ $ $ $ $ Service* Wanted To Rent Dr.J.LQuard Opt omef riff at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Mrs. Housewife. Just 10 more days to get your rugs and' upholstery cleaned by our new method. Call 3906. ' •• ll|9-pk-ll]23 Small tricycle Call 3207. in ^Sinks, comodes, plumbing pipe. Wolf {!, Arlan junk" Yard; N. Highway 61. Il|2-pk-12j2 g:3G ft. x 6 ft: grocery shelving; one •( electric coilee mill; one p'r. count- S, er scales. 308 E. Main.. ,i ,..../'•'. . . ll|8-ck-15 f "6 room home on two "lots in choice residential section. 3 bedrooms. New roof. Outbuildings. Solid foundation. Shade trees and orchard; $jfoOO^$2bO() cash. Call Jimmie Stevenson, 838 or 3131. • ' Practically new 'pre-\var 'bicycle, guaranteed.-Chisum's Bike Shop usable condition. ll|4-dh : 'tf Pecans, junk, hides. For highest prices see Wolf Arlan, N. Highway 61. Phone 2890. ll|2-pk-J2j2 INSULATE YOUR HOME with low , priced Montgomery Ward Rock Wool. Cut your fuel bill as much .as 30 per cent..*.;.' . ll|7-ck-ll|12 D or 6 room house. Will pay one year's rent In advance. Call Harvey Parrlsh, phone 2046. . 10|H-'(*-tf Personal Soybeans, hay and corn. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. 10130-ck-tf Highest cash prices paid for used cars, 1929 to 1937 models, any make. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chickasawba St., Blytheville. 10130-pk-ll|30 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to'316 E. Main. True-Blue Shop.'. « '.i.uio[3-pk-12l3 BATTERY SERVICE' One hour battery charging on newest Cities Service Quick Charger. Pickup and delivery in city. Phone 921. WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE STATION' Ilwy. 61 & Railroad ' '10-31-pk-31 Situations Wanted Licensed chauffeur wfints job drlv ing truck/Phone 2096. ll|9-pk-l 2020 W:',Cherry Phone 596. St., , Blytheville. 10|27-pk-ll|27 iMODERN • 9 ROOM- RESIDENCE.! HARDWOOD FLOORS, PLAS; TERED WALLS, TWO BATHS, STEAM HEAT, GARAGE, 3 ROOM HOUSE IN REAR. ON TWO CHOICE LOTS. CASH OR TERMS. WRITE COURIER NEWS., BOX L. N. H|6-pk-13 room residence and servant's house." Price $1800.00. $800.00 cash, balance S25.00 per month. H. C. Campbell. Phone 2B4I. ll|9-pk-10 Will pay cash for IIO.UOO worth of good used furnl- lore. Wade Furniture Co WUl pay 20c per Qpz. lor wlra coat •- hangers. Hudsor Oieanent Taken Up 1:1 ?, Y-E-S-! {..We have no bananas or cigarettes, but we do have so many new and different useful gift items tor the home arriving daily such as: electrical hot plates, boudoir lamps, table lamps, etc. -PARKHURST, Since-1904. 107-109 E. Main St. - ' H12-ck-2 Black horse mule, smooth mouth weight about 900. Owner may claim, for payment of ad and expense of keep. V4 mile south'o Lost Cane. Z. N. Stntts. IIj9-pk-12iE Help Wanted ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER inmedlale- 'relief from" the spasms of bronchial nsthnin. Prompt're- lief from the distressing symptoms of hay fever,-with Asthma Nefeln. Pull • refund made if .'results nre not satisfactory. Kirby Drug.-Stores.. •'. vjl[10-pk,-12]10 Lost Roaches. KaU and Ml» euml- uled. Contract wnrloe In pe*t control Biddle Exterminators Free EcUmalem. HI B. Third . Phorw «B1 Clininp I'ca-1'lckiT INDIANAPOLIS tW)-— Alunr Docile, who picks peas on his on day off cadi - week from the rail ronil, plck«l 40,800 .pounds to wli the llllc or champion milk wee 1 )0d picker hi Porter county ovc H[my persons who picked.dally. Is your cor srandtng Idle much I '> ' . \ ' ^ H of thvttm* under gat rationing? Doei (I cost you more to keep If ; > In hint than tt poyt back th .' ' t -,' i transporicrtton? Why not turn ft Into money—good money? i Sell (t to x us-and let tome .: war worker, have the oppor- ; tuniry to get vitally needed ,' transportation! "-; BRING YOUR CAR..T_Q_US .., tppA_Y;! Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Taken from lawn of Beaton's Home of Flowers Halloween night, large silver ijaztng globe', Anyone ^finding same please call 549. ll[i-cl<-tf TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service ' ' Also—Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 Coal s(6yCs are no longer rationed.. Buy the best from , Planters Hdw. Co. : . ' 10-17-ch-17 Few nice Duroc Boars, out of lop blood Knes, ready for service. Joe T. Cagle, Biy- theville, Ark., Rt. No. 2, 2 miles sonlh on Highway 01. 10-21-ck-ll-12 Sf 20 good Northern used cars. Priced » right to sell. Bill & Clyde .Jollft, * Manila, Ark. * lOlie-pk-11,16 ?! Electric and Battery Radios, a Hardaway Appliance Co. 5 10-16-ch-lG NOTICE t Just received the largest and most > complete line of all kinds of j g framed pictures in the country. 1 £ Also luggage In various sizes and g prices. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. £ Main St. ll[2-ck-2 A real postwar OPPORTUNITY for a young man with at least a high school education -to learn a husiness that has a future. Apply to Bob Van Hooser at DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. ll-10-ch-17 YOUNG ACTRESS Colored lady for general housework. Good pay. Phone 2239. ll|10-pk-14 Settled white woman live in home and help with housework. No small children. Phone 2484. ll]8-pk-U Man to help on press. Blytheville Gin Co. . 10|20-ck-tf experienced cooks and Apply Hotel Noble. Driver for oil truck that is acquainted with city streets. Truck equipped with pump and meter, no bucketing. Apply at 400 Railroad St., Phillips Petroleum Co. 1119-ck-i: SPENCER CORSETS. Mrs. John . Long, registered corsctiere. 133 W. . Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a. ' m. and after 4 p. m. 10,2-pk>ii|2 Steel Watering Trcughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. . • SO-ck-lljSO FOE SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWEK ALL SIZE B Cheaper Than Bridge Lcnkv Osceola Tib & Culvart Co. HI O«eiili, Art HORIZONTAL 1,6 Pictured child actress 10 Right Worthy (ab) 11 Native -metal '34 Segment 36 Transpose : (ab.) 37 Egyptian sun • god 39 Frozen water •U Father 43 Senior (ab.) 45 Balance (ab.) 4GGreek letter/ 47 Decora live^J 49 Lubricant / ^ FARMS FOE SALE on easy terms, both upland and bottom. Well Improved In tracts of 20 to 1000 acres. i c. W. Smith, Citizens Bank Building, Dexter, Mo. 10j28-pk-I2j2 ' Wood or coal circulator heater. i Night phone 3309. O. S. Rollison. ! i 10j25-ck-tf i Four room plastered house with | bath. Price $3000.00. H. O. Camp'. bo!!,.r.hone-2G41. Ilj9-pk-ll|16 F ; •'":"" SAVE ON i: INSULATION Call us for free estimate. We iuslal|,Rock Wool. MISS. CTY. LUMBER CO. VIEU.,THM BENTS ANTTHING I EVER SA\v! THEVWENT^ NEITHER. DO I BJT'INN'T CURIOUS ABOUT BUT DONT VOUE. s\>JORO VET- LET'S; TO LOOK WELL.HERE-THEV COME TO S6T US.' VJE'RE NOT LONG FOR THIS VJORUO NOW, BUT SOME OF THEM NN'T MERRILL BLQS81I FRECKLES A^D HIS FRIENDS BUT ONE vote is Jusr AS BAD AS A MILLION, IP YOU GET'LICKED/ BETTER. LUCK fjexT , THE NEiV COA1MISSIOMER, OF ATHt-ETlCS / LARD, vou Lost BV ONW ONE VOTE .' ME FWAt- COUNT" WAS IZ6TO SOMEBODY VOTED OPR. IM4 BY rJCA StRVrCl 17 Age 25 Is capable 2C Strike . 27 Lyric poem 28 Trie- ilu'ijiJ 29 Beve By FRED HARMAH NE.LL ; ,lf ni5M'll -w CONFIDENCE FiREWAltR WOrwsJ NOW, RED RYDER-' HORSE HOOF ONLY CjRU6H-UC\ >) ON THE HEAO OID.1T W YOU'RE rWT A; OOrC, RYDER body' •-.. 44Nctw6rk of' nerves / -» M •15 Shoe...._:! 48 Part of circle BY LESLIE TURNER liTTLE LAIER.WHEW'FEUPE WASH TUBES ST. LINK CROUCHES THAT MUMBER <o ' • SHEP IS WHERE THE POISON 6AS STORED,. SET IMTO THIS SEMTKY6 UNIFORM,<3UICKf..^Wl.E .1 SUP AROWP BACK OF TH'<3PAROJ ATTRACTS THE atiARW ATTW- TIOM, LIMK. IS UNTIL THE 62NTRV MARCHES' BY EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HElt RUDDIES \'V\ 60WSV \ SOfiuffix 51 Decigram 52 Rodent > 53 Upon ' 54 She is a : actress .' 12 Edward- (ab.) 55 Tops of waves 13 East .Indies •"' VERTICAL <ab.) 14 Kitchen utensil 15 Seasoned with salt v;$>..16 Exist ^' 'H'- 18 Paid notices 10 Half an cm ' 20 Recording'sec- retary (ab.) " 21 By . ' 22 Lord Lieu-' ' tenant (ab.) 23 Calcium i .^ (symbol) ~ . 24 Reverberate 28 Let it stand 31 Help , .32 Pertaining to air (prefix) 33 Before " ''1 Rock ing bed 'ffy .2 Possesses '' "'• 3 Organ.of ' smell { , 4 Persia v' 5 Long fis)i • 6 Sidelong look 30 Make a' ^ .7 Sums up mistake.V»_ .'., •8-EIarvest 33 Frozen North 9 Lead 35 Takes course 14 Friend of exercise Preserve Your Car With Phillips' Lubrication There is no substitute for improper lubrication EXCEPT expensive repairs and replacement of worn out parts. At Phillips your car is lubricated by a trained white Lubricating Specialist with the most modern high pressure lubricating equipment. Phillips Furnishes the Finest Lubricants Highest Grade Motor Oils, Chassis and Gear Lubricants by Standard Oil Company and Quaker States are vital to your car NOW to prolong its life for the war's duration. Drive in Today. Same Low Pre-War i»«'"««. 'rices,/, PHILLI PS MOTOR COMPA Tel. 453. "Blytheville's No. T Lubricator" Walnut at 5th.

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