The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 15, 1944
Page 7
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_WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER Jo, 10<M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION J ° r cousecutlv « Minimum charge 1 »<ne er per line.. . r IM per <uy 3 times per Bn» per toy. ....... ^ 6 Hm«. per line per diy.... ?J PM e ,l wr """ l* r da y ..... • 6c 1 Month per Hoe ...... ,........Ste d *.° r(le ™ <1 for thre * or «fc fine* stopped before expiration will number of time. All Classifies Advertising ,, dty must ^accom- by cash. Ratea may be easllv computed from the above table * Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions take* the one time rite No responsibility will be taken I? rnmo ™ than one Incorrect Imer- ad. For Salt CloscouL prices on seed barley ami rye. L. K. Ashcraft, phone 493. ll]13-ck-lC Oi "- check writer. Clienp. Scelim jrcmng, Fanners Bank. U)l4-ck-17 80 acres hlglily Improved lam! 6!'. miles south of UrytheviUc Private owner. Good residence, electric service, water pump and bath. Improved tenant house. All under lence, gravel road. Phone 73G 40 Acres/five room home, gooci barn Wack mixed soil S. w. from Hol- land».?np.oo per acre. 40 Acres one'mile west of Holland, electricity, telephone, mail route, nice G room home for $6500.00; will make loan of $2500.00 on this. 40 Acres .J miles south of Blythevllle, on Highway 61, modern improvements, pi-ice $250.00 per acre. 40 Acres. N. W. from Blytheville, 2G •icrcs open, 4 room home and barn, price $105.00 per acre with : only $1500.00 cash, good terms for balance. 80 Acres N.-w. Steelo, fine . black mixed soil, on good roaci with mail route, good A room 'Dine, one lennnt house and good barn, 5150.00 per acre; this place ^ms good loan to-be assumed We have buyers for lars;e or small - farms in N. E. Ark. or s. E Mo If you want to sell, call or see us our service will help you to sell, w M _Burns, Realtor. ll|15-pk'-18 82 acres just north of c.~c" Lane- -slon's at No. s; This farm is in Missouri. All improvements built •new four years ago out ot best material. Has nice five room resi- | deuce, extra good barn, poultry , house, concrete water pump house tour room tenant' house This 82 : acres is of the very best type of Pemiscot bayou Innd. Light's water, bath and all modern conveniences. School bus and mail route Rmlcs.Land,Co., Russell E males' Glencoe Hotel, Phone 4G4. Shown ,by appointment only. 14-k-17 1 acres fand, G miles from Manila . on electric line and good roatl Price 5100 per acre. Part ensli bal< nnce terms. See J. G. Clinpin Ma?" a .-Ark 13-ck-20 BLYTHKVILLB (ARK.X COURIER For Sale Blacksmith shop, good location. Walnut «; Franklin. Cheap rent. __W. W. Shaver. ' njis-pk-ia Scrvi cycle, good condition, 120 miles per gallon gas. Chlsum's Dike Shop, Phone 590. ll|15-i)k-Ull8 Hudson seal fur coat like new. Write Blylheville, Rt. 1, Box 80, for Inspection. n|M-pk-ll|21 Oil burning heater. Mrs. Edgar Borum. Phone 451. 11115-ck-tf Coal heating sfove—Kslate Hciitrola. Prnctically new. Phone 2-JS2—after « P. J|. call 281-1. ll-15ck-18 Four room plastered house with bnth, Price $3000.00. H. C. Campbell, Plione 26-11. ll;'9-pk-lj|16 Pali- three year old horse 'mules weight 1150, broken, gentle and well matched. 2 1-2 miles north of Manila. W. r>. Skeens. Three duplexes, niodcni. Write Box Wanted to Toy car with pedals. Gift for child Phone 2934". ll|13-ck-tf If you have a residence for asle, see me. Ofllce First National Bank BWg. II. c. Campbell. HI9-pk-23 Feather Bed. Phone 218C. Individual will pay up to $15000 cash, per acre, for small farm with wnrrantecd deed and abstract in or near Mississippi or Pemiscot County, with fair buildings; all weather road; electricity or electricity available. Give price description and location in first letter. Will be in BlythevUlc one week. Write Box D.F.B, % Cour- ierNews. U|10-pk-17 Small tricycle In usable condition CaU3207. ll|4-dh-tf Pecans, junk, hides. For highest prices see Wolf Arlan, N. Highway 61. Phone 2890. ll|2-pk-12[2 Soybeans, hay and corn. Blythevllle Grain & Elevator Co. 10130-ck-tf Higliest cash prices paid for used cars, 1029 to 193? models, any make. C. C. Eagan, 6i5 Clilcka- sawba St., Blythevllle. 10j30-pk-ll]3D Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 1013-pk-12J3 Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furnltur* Co. Will pay 2»c per. ODD. for wire cost Cleaner*. Wanlc* Truck driver. Good job for man who wants to work. Phone 2017. One matched set or .Wilson Sam Sneed golf clubs, leather bug S55 : Phone 2325. Il[14-pk-llil7 • Five room stucco house with bath •screened front and back porches' Two lots. 2238 Caroline St., Pride ^Addition. Il!9-pklli23 640 A. of level midland. About .12a A. in cultivation. 210 A. slashed. One good set of improvements ;0n concrete hwy.- 4',i ml. from • Bood town. Price-$3c per acre, •W/c cash, balance terms. Shown :by appointment only. J c CHA PIN, Dexter, Mo., Phone 340 Also several smaller farms. Ili9-pf--i6 - C-room home.on two lots in choice ; ' residential section. 3 bedrooms I New roof. Outbuildings. Solid foundation. Shade trees and or chard. $5000-$2003 cash. Cull Jim- inie Stevenson, 833 or 3131. ll|7-ck-tf Pra ufra" ly " BW ^• war bicycle! 2020 w. Cherry St., Blyllicvlllel o e 5JC. 10[27-pk-nj27 '*' Six roonTTcsiflcncTTna servant^ house. Price SI8 00.00. $800.00 cash balance $25.00 per month. H c Campbell. Pi, onc 2B 4l. u^-nt- but ™ f°, ba " i "«'5 «r cigarettes, but we do have EO many new and dilTerent useful gift items for the .home arriving daily such as: elec- ncai hot p , atWp boudolr table Jamps, etc. FAKKHURST Since 1904. 107-109 E. m\nSl ll|2-ck-2 20 B°°? Northern used cars.^rlc^u right to sell. Bill & Clyde jollff Manila, Arh. lOllG-pk-11,16 Electric and Rattery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. " IO-16-ch-lG N 6~T I C E Just received the largest and most f ^, ,T of R " killds "I framed pictures in the country Also higgnge in various sizes ami prices. PAKKHURST, 107-109 E Mai " st - ll[2-ck-2 Bteel Watering Trcuglis Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Bljrthevffle Machine Shop. 30-ck-ll[30 FARMS FOR SALE on easy tcrml both upland and bottom. Well 1m' proved in tr.icU of 20 to 1000 acres C. W. Smith, Citizens Bank Build'-' ing, Dexter, Mo. 10;28-pk-12;2 w °° d , , or , coal *cula"to7~helte"r. Night phone 3309. O. S. RolHson. 10|25-ck-tf SAVE ON INSULATION Call us for free estimate. We install Rock Wool. flHRS. CTY. LUMBER CO. Phone 4-15. 10-23-ch-23 Two experienced butchers. Apply W. B. McMtillin, Kroger Store, ll-14-ck-21 . Blytheville. Tractor man with three row middle buster to bed one hundred .acres bean land by the acre. H. L Reynolds, Ark.-Mo. State Line. '. ___ Part time collector, white, debiTih city limits. High school boy or girl acceptable. Liberal pay National firm. Apply 7:30 p.m. Got! Hotel. W. F. McCallmn. A rc;il [ins(war for a young man with at least a high school education to Icnrn a business that has a future. Apply (o Bob Van Hooser at DELTA IM- 1'LEMENTS, Inc. n-10-ch-17 Man to help on press. Blythevllle 0111 Co - 10j20-ck-tf Wanted To Kent voice teacher. Hotel Noble. "' "' r ,. ll|IO-pk-lR a or 6 room house. Will pay one year's rent In ndvance Call Har vey Parrish, phone 2045. Personal \\r . ," ', """ AT ""•• 5 °. 6"! Want to feel peppy, years younger? Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up l»dies lacking iron; also coiiZ iJlamiti Bl, calcium. Trial size only 35c. At all druggists -In Ely. _thevlllc, at Kirby Drug. Iljl|-ckl7 ASTHMA AXI) HAY FEVER" Immediate relief from the spasms of bronchial asthma. Prompt, relief from the distressing symp- NnfPi °'£$ fCVCr ' with ArtZa Ne em. Pun rcfund madc !f rc _ suits arc not satisfactory. Kirby Drug Stores. H|10-pk- 1 2|lo PHILLIPS For Clean Cars We Will Pay Up to the Following Cash Prices: i'ear Model 1937 . <* 1938 . * 1939 . 1940 . ** 1941 . **1942 . FORD $ 515.00 640.00 775.00 860.00 1085.00 1285.00 $ 455.00 590.00 680.00 925.00 1110.00 1280.00 I'l/VM'oilTH ' $ 635.0(6 770ibp, 940.00 1060.00; 1275.00 <A Mw «A Don't Sell Until You See Phillips PhjIjjpsPaysTopCashPrices. No Violations PHILLIPS MOTOR CO*' ' TeL 453V:- Walnut at 6th $ $ For Rent Bedroom. 314 No. 9th St. Phone 2117. Mrs. W. L. Green. ll|10-pk-llln Room in private home. Steam heat. Phone 2844. ll|l-l-ck-tf 3 room apartment, light housekeeping, ms w. Sycamore. Bedroom >vith Phone 2133. kitchen, privileges lilB-ck-tf Pnlntlnff nnti pnixsr hangiiiij. J. B Freeman. 1'lione 243-1. 11114-pkl2|14 Rooms for rent. 106 E. Main: : ( -10i2p r pk-ll|26 Mrs. Housewife.'Just 10 inorc.dnys to get your rugs'nud. upholstery cleanediby'pur new method.' Call 390(i - ••:? ; . : '.'. n9-- Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516. 10-3-ck-tf Crfflco la Infwn Building. Imjulre •t th* Purkhurft Do U-SO-ck-tf Twins on, Same I.iV WATER VALEEV- Mtss.imP) — When the Cnnf&y^'liviifi.i'JO-fe'fu-* old sons of Mi* aiirt Mrs. W. H. Crumby of Wnlcr Vnlley, go after the Nazis, they get them, n-comlng and n-goinjr." Assigned to the same Liberator bomber in the European theater, Staff Sgt. Wallace F. Crumby, nose gunner on tlic ship, gels, (hem coming, and Staff Sjjt. Hollis E. Crumby, tail gunner, gets them going. For Lease The Z. A. 'McQiiistlon sloie with complete fixtures. -'Price $50 • pci* monlli. H. c. Campbell, pho 2641 ™~~™~i!!! Service* If you nre interested in selling or trading your farm, see me. I specialize only in good farm lands Hialcs Land Co. Russell E. males Glencoe Hotel, Phone 4G4. 14-k-I7 BATTERY SEfiyiCBj 1 .', Qnc hour battery chargingfBn new. est CitiesjSei vice" Quiclcy&migcn ,J>lckup anij delivery )ttclty.ipfion ' 9 21. *. .:. . .,'• ;.y -.,., ^ WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE • • ' . STATION Hwy. 01 & Railroad Situations Wanted Licensed ehniiilcur- wants' Job' ,drlv- ing truck. Phone 209S. Jl|9-pfc-JC SWIM STAR AnmYfr in PrrvlonN I HORIZONTAL • 1,4 Pictured i ; ' swimming ' t /star t • 8 Standard "of ! > value ill Fish eggs i 12 Like • 13 Toward ! 14 Falsehood : 15 Pedal digit lie Sea eagle ilSSum up .20 North Dakota i23 Nova Scotia ; (ab.) • •24 Tree fluid '26 Insect ; 28Any :30 Lieutenant • Uab.) .31 International language ,32 Laughter ; sound •34 Horseback .' game ' '35 Portal :36 Half-cm . 37 Notary public 53 Close to , 154 Anger _". 56 Excitement 57 Pint (ab.) 58 Indian army , ' (ab.) V-- 60Tangle*** 61 Affirmative .! 02 Type of poem S3 Health resort VERTICAL 1 Skin - v, 2 Midday,''' ' 3 Requires ' 4 Calcium (symbol) 5 Employs C News paragraph 7 Therefore 8 Factory 10 Bright color 17 Recording sec > \l |3 its R I £ HE s& ALKffT JOHN HOPPHWi f 3retary (ab.) IB Chaos r '21 Likely -~ 22 Auricle '< 25 Onward 27 Knobs ./ 28Mimicv^';>' 20 Negative'word 32 Jump on one tool ."•—'—'' 33 Provide ',wilh weapons' * ) 38 Donicsiicatod * • ', animal if .^ { 39Posscsscs-'s! -41 Farewell I a ;39 Him l ;40 Afternoon ;41Era ,42 Donkey ;44 Doctor or ' Medicine 3S> i45 She has won ' several swim- j I ming - \ 50 Weight <ab.) 52 Hawaiian ' \garland 52. W W: 43 She. in tournaments 44 Member of '( Median race •1C To Die inside 47 Tellurium • 1 (symbol) >_ 48 Musical note 49 Great Lake 51 Snare , ' . 52 Put down * 55 Greek letter ,57 Postscript ;Jt 50 Near V*^ m* W] 51 lost PAGE SEVEN cmiim Shepherd pup, 7 in,,-.. ; ."(l. Answers to nuiiie "Tubby" 1'liKlcr nollry K n. Thnxtcm ut lliirdiuviiy Al)»linnre anil receive ' * tl*'*pK-11| IB HMlfoIil conliiliilhg A \\\\t\ \\~s\\i books, money. Hmler keep money »vinrn billfold nurt books, lioturn Dr. J. L. Guard Optometritt at Guard's Jewelry 209 ^_Mo1n^ PRESCRIPTIONS PTMkMt 8(ock Guranteed Bert Prim Kirby Drig Stores Eor Sale Z8t Am* »f Mfhty; Improved Uad M Highway tl foir miles south of Blv- C. G. Smith WK FttL AU, DOCTOEI' PRESCRIPTIONS *ND 8AVE YOO HONR STEWART'S BIDDLE, EXTERMINATORS Itonclius, Hals niul'Mice ellml- n.-ih'il. Cimtnict service in iicst «!iiiritl. Oilorless Methods. 115 H. Third 1'hmic 2751 Chevrolet Co. ALLEY COP A Lino RECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHAT A '.' I REALLVV A STUPreb, MUSTA RATEP i. SHIRT, NOU BISSMOr ((/ •jlSO-HELP.ME KANTl /AH: - \ SEE WHV A^w9c»vp AT LAST.' r-RISK HIS NECK ' FOR THAT 5ILLV OLD THIN&! \WWTS ITS THE MAN AT THE • ^, ^- i LEATHER GOODS STORJ?, 'JALK To ) MR. MCGOOSEV / HE SEE,\\S « F - 9 'TO BE PRETTY AG1TATEOI Very By V, T. HAULD4 . . i., •->. .. -.--_.,^ •. . 6..THE BELIEF. EXP£P)7JON i ADVANCE OR Y WE'RE ADVAMCIM&! RETREAT, BUT / Rt&Hl THSOU6H TH£ WE 6 OTTA / Ml DDtE.. H AUG OKI PO -IT NOW'1 AND HOPE IPKX... /\. * "'"""' . SOFT -SPOT) tED RYDER 1 IHS) —AMD I THINK FPKKLCS IS OPF IKS TROLLEY.' WE OVMf? AM OVER-SJzro (JOG SO WHAT? Jp ^ BOUGHT AN OVER-SIZITD POG K^(?N6SS,KE PROS AD1-V PICKED. UP A OKS STRAY DOG/ Hv MKK'BTLL' BLOSSli YOU OONY SEEM TO UNDEKTSTAHD-MRJI i! FRECKLES IS v Preserve Your Car With Phillips' lubrication There ,s no substitute for improper lubrication EXCEPT exoen- sive repairs and replacement of worn out parts. At Phillips your rtl ««.i br ' C ^ ed P " rrained ? hite Lubricating Specialist with the most modern high pressure lubricating equipment. Phillips Furnishes the Finest Lubricants Knn^^/n^^J!!^ 0 . 11 ! 3 ! 13 ^ , Gcar ^"brlcants by Standard Oil PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY J el ' 453 - ^BlythevHIe's No. .1 Lubricator" , Wolnut at 5th, I'lot TliichcnH WASH TUBHS By FRED HARMAH FIGURE Tti\l. BELIEVE.' A WOW Clcan-Up WTO THE PITCH... THEN SEE. HOW QUICK you CAJ) HAVE THAT CAR BY LESLIE TURNER THElJMlrORMSOFF THESE JAPS QtKK., THERE'S NOT A MISiUTETOLOSE. 1 \.\\<t you j— *h BY EDGAR 9IARTJN > -L^. I*UIYMI IUXE T

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