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November 16, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 16, 1944
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THURSDAY, NQVEaiBEK l(i, Blacksmith shop, good location. Walnut & Franklin, cheap rent W. W. Shaver. 11115-pk-U ADVERTISING INFORMATION .U 1 Sr"C: t<!PCrUnet0rC<)DMCU " •Minimum Charge 6 1 time per line....."; " ? J ttaes per line per toy'.'.', 120 _ _"' '" I ttaH ^r^* *" **!•: — '.'.'.'. »o Hudson sen! fur coat- UkTn^Twilt"* ! 12 times M. T£°. P ' r 3* T> 7o BI » ltllQVlllc . Rt- L Box 80, for in.'i itfrmi?. 1 ^ ™ 8 t>er d *y 60 spection, I1114-Dk-Ili21 •I Month per line "»- — ' ' i. ^ ordered for tore* or m ! topped before «plratl on ore expraion r S? ch «rK«a for the number of time. hni fPPeared and adliutment O f uui i i made. Advertising copy xklc n tsma resldl °« out ° « ^e city must beTccom- ?mn i' b j cash - Rates ma y be easily comp^lc^ from the above table. InwrH : H ° rdered ror ^regular .- insertions takes the one time rate : fn?°n, te »l» n * lb 'llty will be taken for more, than one Incorrect Inser- tjouo! any classified ad. For Salt One dicck writer. Cheap, Sec Bill _voimB, Farmers IJank. Il|l4-cl:-n '; Pe<! ji>'TO<rpaitico]or Cocker SparH d puppy. Mrs. George \v Barham. 1308 Honrn. 11-lfi-cHO Toy car wkli pciials. Gift, for child. Five burner off cook stove. 308 So t - llllG-pk-H|23 Small Cinderella Electric Washing Machine. Phone 2784. ll|lG-ck-20 SO acres highly improved land G>t. miles soutl) of Blythevillo Private owner. Good residence, electric service, water pump and talh. Im- provcd tenant house. All under - fence, gravel road, phone 136. HjlO-pk-li|l7 W Acres, nve room home, good barn, black mixed soil S. W. from Hol, land $175.00 per acre. 40 Acres , one mile west of Holland, electric- 1 ity, telephone, mail route, nice C • room home for $6500.00; will make ' loan of $2500.00 on this. 40 Acres 3 miles south of Blythoville, on : Highway ci, modem improve; nienls, price $250.00 per acre 40 i) Acres, N. w. from Blylheville 2G 1- acres open, 4 room home and barn, price $105.00 per acre with on y $1500.00 cash, good terms for .balance. 80 Acres N. w. Steele fine black mixed soil, on good road with mail route, good 4 room home, one tenant ii ousc „„,, „ a ; tarn, siso.OO per acre; this place i "as good loan to be assumed We ; have buyers for large or small ,i farms m N. E. Ark: or s. E Mo If • you want lo sell, call or see us our service will help you to sell w M • Burns, Realtor. , ll|l5-pk-18 ,82 acres just north of C. C LaiiE- • stem's at No. 9. This farm is in Mlssoun. All improvements built new four years ago out of best material. Has nice five room resi- . (icnce, extra good barn, poultry house, concrete water pump house, four room tenant house. This 82 acres is of the very best type of Pemiscot bayou land. Lights, wa- | fester, bath niirt all modem coiwen -iences. School bus and For Sale Servl cycle, good condition, 120 miles per gallon gas. Chlsum's Bike Shop. Phone 59(j. 11115-l>k-ll|18 — °" bur » ln S heater. Mrs, Edgar Bo- n ""' Fhone 45L ' n U5-ck-U Coal 'heating stove—Estate Heutrola. Practically new, PJtone 24R2— after G I>. M.' cull 281-1. . ll-15ek-18 Pair three year old horse mules, weight 1150, broken, gentle nnd well matched. 2 1-2 miles north of Manila. W. D. Skcens. Three duplexes, modern. Write Box Conrlerjtovs.^^ lljlO-pk-n|24 Wanted to BUM Phono 2S3-I. ll|13-ck-tf Desirable one or two lols immediately. Cash. Phone 8H. • . imc-pk-lljiD If you have a residence lor asle see me. Oince First National Bank Bldg. n. p. Campbell. ll[9-pk-23 Feather Bed. Phone 2186. ll|15-pk-22 Individual will pay up to $15000 cash, pcr acre, for small farm with wananleed deed and abstract In or near Mississippi or Peiniscol County, with fair buildings; all weather road; electricity or electricity available. Give price description and location In first letter. Will be in Blythe»ille one week. Write Box D.F.B., % Courier News. ll]10-pk-n Pecans, junk, hides. For. highest prices see Wolf Arian, N. Highway 01. Phone 2890. ll|2-pk-12[2 Soybeans, hay and corn. Biythevffle Grain & Elevator Co. 10|30-ck-tf Highest cash prices paid for used cars, 1925 to 1037 models, any make. C. C. Eagan, CIS Cliieka- sawba St., Blythevllle. 10130-pk-Il|30 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10|3-pk-12i3 Will pay cash tor |10,OUO worth of good used fnrnl- tnre. \Vade Furniture Co. Will pay zoo per aoz, for wire COM ^rogers. Hudsop Cleanera Hetp Wante* Truck driver. Good job who wants lo work. Phone 2977. Bookkeeper.. Malp' or female? Gin Ia]esLandCo:rRusseli"E"RT a '« i ^1 "*». tlltton «l>erlence pre- i ,T-I_. L. uoi>1 -" v- Kiaies teiied. Salary according to ability Good opportunity. Box WL, Cour- lcr Ncws - ' H-lB-ck-23 ., . '.Glcncoe Hotel, Phone 464 Showr : by appointment only 14 k 17 acres land. s.miles from Manila 'J- ^nn iC " ne aml Soocl road rice $100 per acre. Part cash, balance terms, See J. C. Chapin. Maa. Ark. 13-ck-20 : matched set of Wilson Sam Sliced golf clubs, leather bac 555 -Phone 2325. iiiu.,,i?L'iii,r Five rooin stucco house with bath i screened front and back porches' Two lots. 2238 Caroline St., Pride Hi9-pklll23 6 room home on two lots In choice residential section. 3 bedroom. New roof. Outbuildings. Solid foundation. Shade trees and or- cliard. $500&-$2000 cash. Call Jimmie Stevenson, 838 or 3131. ll|7-ck-tf ! Practically new' pre-war bicycle ; S ra "' eec ' hchlsum '« Bite Shop! - S 20 w - ^erry St., Blythevllle JTioncjiM. 10i27-pk-lli27 Y-E-S^] We have no bananas or cigarettes, but we do have so many new and different useful gift items for the home arriving dully such as: elec- -.$l' rl , c , al lot P'ntcs, boudoir lamps - table lamps, etc. PARKHUHST Since 1904. 107-103 E. Main St.' ll|2-ck-2 j Mules; 1 Horse; 3 Cultivators; 3 Turning Plows; 2 One-Row Planters; : Corrugated Roller; 1 John Uecre Tractor Mower; i side De- hvcry Rake; 1 p c ctl Mill; 300 Bushels Corn; 3 tons Alfnlfn H«v. n. R. Garner,! Annorel, Ark. ' Clmiose Elms, all sizes. Double Red Flowering Pencil and Berry Plants &ce .or phone W. S. Lnngrton. ' H|ie-pk-llfl9 Electric and RaMcry Radios. Hardawny Appliance Co. ,10-16-ch-lC NOTICE Just received the largest and most complete line of all kinds of framed • pictures In the countrv Also ,l,uggnge in various sizes and I )ril ; e £5£ARKHURST > 107-109 E Main St. Jl[2-ck-2 Steel Watering Trcughs Stoel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans ,, Bljlhevllle Machine Shop. 30-ck-ll[30 FARMS FOR S.ALE on easy tcTrS both upland and bottom. Well Im-' proved In tracts of 20 to 1000 acres C. W. Smith, Citizens Bank Build-' Ing, Dexter, Mo. 10|28-pk-12j2 Wood or coal circulator heater Night phone 3309. O. S. Rollison' 10i25-ck-tf SAVE ON INSULATION Call us for free estimate. We install Rock Wool. MISS. CTY. LUMBER CO. Phone 445...:,. 10-23-ch-23 Two W. Blytheviile" experienced butchers Apply n. McMullin, Kroger Store. H-14-ck-21 Ti-nclpr man.with three row middle •busier to bed one hundred acres bean land by the acre. H. L. Reynolds, Ark.-Mo. State Line. real postwar for a young man with at least " hijfh school education lo learn a business that has a f n (tire. Apply to Rob Van Hooser at DELTA IJI- PLEMENTS, Inc. ' _________ _ Man to help on press. Om Co - 10i20-ck-tf Apply Hotel Noble. . ll-et-U PLEASANT OUTDOOR _ in a business of your own? Good profits selling over 200 widely advertised Rawleigli home-farm necessities. Pays better than most occupations. Hundreds In business 5 to 20 years or more! Products- equipment on credit. No experience needed to start-wc teach you how. Write today for full particulars. Rawleigli's, Dept AlvK-27-145, Memphis, Tenn. lljlO-pk-lti Lost Pmse with valuable keys and glasses. Reward for reliirn to Courier s of sentimental value. Keep money; also, $500 reward for returning to Hays' Store BLYTHBV1LLB (ARK.); COURIER NE W8 $ $ PHILLIPS : For Clean Cars We Will Pay * Up fo the Following Cash Prices:- l'ear Mode! 1937 1938 1940 1941 1942 I'OKI) $ 515.00 640.00 775.00 860.00 1085.00 1285.00 CIIEVKOMiT $ 455.00 590.00 680.00 925.00 1110.00 1280.00 PLYMOUTH $ 635.00 *» 770.00 940.00 1060.00 1210.00 «| 1275.00 Don't Sell Until You See Phillips- * PhillipsPaysTopCashPrices.NoViolalions « PHILLIPS MOTOR CO; F*r Kent Bedroom. 3H No. Dth'st. Phone 2m. Mrs. W. L. Green.; ll|10-|)k-ll|17 3 room apartment, light housekeeping. 1125 W. Sycamore. Rooms for rent. 106 E. Main. Comforta'Die bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516,' •' 10-3-ck-tf Office 1> •t thti Pmrkhunt Oo. Building. Inijulre " " " Personal MEN, WOMEN I OLD A'lMO, 50, 00! Want to reel peppy, years younger? Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking, iron; also contain vitamin Bl,. calcium. Trial -size only 35c. At all druggists—in Bly- tlieville,,at KJrby_Drug. ,111 ASTHMA AND HAY FEVKU Immediate relief from the spasms of bronchial asthma. Prompt relief from.the distressing symptoms of hay fever,- with Asthma Nefcln. Full ;,refuncbmade if results are not satisfactory. Kirby Drug Stores: ll|IO-pk-12jlO Only two slates— Norlh Carolina and Delaware — hav e taken over from local units full responsibility for operation of the piiWio schools. Services Painting nml piipcr Freeman. Phone 2134. . J. _ __ Mrs, Housewife. Just 10 more cia7s to. get your nigs nml upholstery cleaned by oiir new method. Call If you are intcrcslecl In'celling or trading your farm, sec me, I spe- cialise only (n good farm Inrids Rialcs Land Co. Russell E. Rialc's. Glencoc Hotel, Phone 404. H-k-]7 BATTERY SERVICE One hour battery charging on newest Cities Service Quick Charger Pickup and delivery In city. Phone WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE STATION {' Hwy. 61 & Railroad ' —~~ _ ~~™ Situations Wanted Licensed chnulTcuf wants Job'clritf- Inf truck, pjioite i'09fi. Il|8-i)k-l6 To Rent Wanted, Piano., Miss Jcnn Sarbcr, voice teacher, Hotel Noble. 5 or 6 room house. Will pay one year's rent-in advance. Call Harvey Porrlsh, phone 2045. STATE HEAD : 2 Attacks ' 3 Railroad : HORIZONTAL" 52Talk" idly I ! I Pictured '. 53 Worn away ; ,! governor, VERTICAL .'. ' —• 1 Losej 13 Any ( 14 Keeper ^ T f 15 Early English !:.'>(au.) .^, '16 Devotee '"^ • 16 Erected .. _ ! 19 Sheep's bleat i 20 Dregs . ^. ;22Mountain- '•$ pool (contr.) 5 Spot i . • ! 6 Burmese . tribes •7 Roman god , of the .'underworld i- P001 - \IJIUKI ^»vi iu i" suu. ' 23 Island in New' 8 H P a yy WOWE 24 Expel York bay 25 Contemns '-" '27 Native ot : Slavia 28 We : 30 Mimics ; 31 He is governor o£ 32Heroic" ». ' i 31 Half-cm K . ;.35External,) j i (comb, form) 38 American' i president' ; 39 Small pies 41Genvis of : frogs ; V 42 Native of I Latvia '43 Peer GynVs mother ,46 Beverage 47 Symbol for . selenium ,48'Him ' & 49 Negative ^ 51 Right lino (ab.) ii E Diminutive of Edgar *: 10 Near (ab.) , 11 Becomes/ v ^ aware of TT 21 12 Tilts . \.13 Window part 17 River duck '36 Weight •' 19 Unclothed ._ ' allowance ?' 21 Slaying power37 Musteline' ; 22 Pertaining to inamiTials' \ a subject- <,38 Seize' ,i -Expel 40Trite >v '"-- 2C Hnwksbill 44 Charge" for f turtle services 28Employ . , 45 IndividualV 29 Male ofTspring 48 Height (ab.) 3,2Expunger' 50 Either - ' FOB BALE CONCRKTK BTOHM 8KWKR AI.l, Hl'f.T.K pcr Tlj.n Hrld t « Osctolo Til* & Cufver* Co. PAGE SEVEN. Dr. J. L Guard Optomctritt at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Mo»n PRESCRIPTIONS Mhttt Stork teerf Best Prl^, Brng Stores FrMhttt Stork CnM«nteerf Best For Sale 281 AcrM *f Ufhly, Improved tmmt M Highway «1 f oir miles south of Ely- therlll*. C. G. Smith WE FILL ALL. DOCTOR!' PRESCRIPTIONS AND 8AVK YOB HONCI S T E W A ft T' S DIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Floiiclics, lints mid Mice cllm|- uiilcil. Conlract service in ncsl ccnlrol. Oilorless MiUhods. ' 115 S, Thlril l-iinne 2751 . • • You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if youll bring! that idifTcar to us, so that we can re-sell E} to someone who is engaged inessential work and who urgently needs dependable war) time transportation; WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! DOCTORS NEID TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NIED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Presem Your CM With Phillips' Uibricalion There is no substitute for improper lubrication EXCEPT expensive and replacement of worn out parts. At Phillips Vour car ,s lubricated by a trained white Lubricating Specialist wi?h rhe most modern high presiure lubricating equipment Phillips Furnishes the Finest Lubricants Grad / n IOf ,° r °J! 3 ' Chassis and Gear Lubricants by Standard Oil T^ PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY "BtytheYilft'» No. I Lubricator" Walnut at 5th. Td - 453. SUKE \VE AKE. OW "vHBE LU6S NEVER , THE CO,a 30 ^ | HEA ? p_ V ^VE'RE GONNA A ' MAKE JT! VVELl.MV WOW THAT WITHIN THE CITY, WHERE OtlK HERO IS REVISITING THE SCENE us LUXURIOUS IMPRISON -' MBMT BELOVDP 1 WEAPON WHAT'S FRECKLKS AND H!8 FRIENDS W HEAVEN'S N4.ME YOU • WEABING A POO COMPLETeLV FbP, YOU'RE STILL LIVING IN THE DARK AGES .' THIS is NOT-A DOG HARNESS --ITS A SYMBOL/ WHAT povou MEAN A SIGN OF WHAT? IT MEANS JM ALL TIED op, AND THAT I-M NO LONGER. . A WOLF ON THE LOOSE' AFFECTIONI JUNEA SIGN 'f NUT 10U WORK MIUIOM-DOUAR BECAUSE TAXPAYERS SHOULDN'T CHEATED tVERTONE IS TH WHEN W KOAD WEW 10 TH' CIT WROTE W 5TA1E GOVERNOR HOLLE1 I'LL OLD 5Ar\— I'LL SEE V-lrW HE WASH TUBBS BY LESLIE TURNER ROAO CLEARED, EMY HURQIES MAJOR OKlS UNIFORM., W5E IMW THE CHAUFFEURS HOW YOU COMINcS \ HAO TO PUT A WITH THE CAR,ART?j5PARE WHEEL ON TH' FR0NT...NO LUCK WITH TH'AWTORygT . .._ CAN REACH THEM HER BUDDIES OH- MH , BROTHtU •• IS \T 6000 BY EDGAR MARTIN voo

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