The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 17, 1944
Page 7
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19-H CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION e per day ..... 5 per a,,, ...... ......."goo Ads ordered tor three or tix time* wd "topped before eiplration rt2 to charged for th» number ol time* She city must „. .wum- ™ m \ i t ^°" Rates ma y be easily computed from the above table... Advertising ordered Ior irregular Insertions takes the one time Ste. m more than one Incorrect iiiter- OHO 18" Armstrong Ironer. Call be- iwecu 4 & 8 p.m.. Phone 2459. ___ . ' ' • • HlI7-pk-21 cl, partlcolor'cockci- Spsm- iel puppy. Mrs. George W 'Bar- naul, 1308 Hcnrn. ll-lG-ek-19 Five burner oil cook stove. 308 So. . F'ret'St. U!16-pk-ll|23 Pair boys mbboTlSosheT size's Worn only few times. $225 sin _Wcst Walnut. lUW-dh-tf 40 Acres, five room home, good bain Mack mixed soil s. W. from Holland $175.00 per acre. 40 Acres one mile west of Holland, electricity, telephone, mnil route, nice G room home for $0500.00; will make loan of $2500.00 on tills. 40 Acres J miles south of Blylhevillc, on Highway 01, mortem improvements, price $250.00 per acre 40 Acres, N. w. from Blytheville, 26 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. Slcele, fine I black mixed soil, on good road with mail route, good 4 room Jiome, one tenant house ami good bam, $150.00 per acre; this place has good loan to be assumed We have buyers for large or small farms in N. E. Ark. or S E Mo If you want (o sell, cull or see us, our service will help you to sell w M _Burns, Realtor. ll|i 5 -pk-J8 40 acres land, C miles "from Manila Price $100 per acre. Part casl/bal-' ance terms. See J. C. Cliapin Ma- J^ la - Ark - _ J3-ck-20 Five room stucco hoUsc~wUh bath screened front and back porches' Two lots. 2238 Caroline St., Pride J^djtion. H[9-i)kllj23 C room home on two totTin choice residential section. 3 bedroonS New roof. Outbuildings. Solid foundation. Shade trees and orchard. $50CO-$2000 cash. Call Jlm- mie Stevenson, 838 or'3131'.' '••- For Sale Blacksmith shop, good locution Walnut & Franklin. Cheap rent. W. w. Shaver. I ll]i5-pk-18 Scrvl cycle, good condition, 120 miles per gallon gas. Chlsuhi's Bike Shop. Phone 556. Ii|i6-pk-li]i8 Hudson soul tm cont like new. Write Bh'lhevllle, HI, 1, Box 86, /or In- spcctloii, M!14-pk-lll21 Oil burning heater. Mrs. Edgnr Bo mm. Phone 451. ll|l5-ck-U Coiil healing stove—Estate ,Hcn(rola. Practically new. I'honc,2-182—after 6 P. M. ;ciill 28J<1. Jl-lGck-18 Pair three year old hois« mules, weight 1150, broken, gentle nnd well matched. 2 1-2 miles north of,: Manila. W. D. skecns. ' ' Three d\ii)lexes, modern. Write Box F., CtourlcrJJews.^^ 11110-pk-llj24 For Rent Bedroom. Men only. Phone 249G 613 Walnut St. ll|17-pk-U!24 Bedroom convenient to bath. Steam heat, Gil West Main. Phone 3325 ll|n-pk-12jn To tenants who have good equipment and ciin furnish self. One 05 ncre place, one 40 ncre place and one 35 acre place. Write P' O Box 829. Blytheville, Arkansas. 1 ' _ __ Practically new pre-war" bicycle InT TO"™ ChlSUm ' s Bike m sn 0Ci ' Srry St " BIyt Phone 506. 10127-pk-Il[27 - W Ll lnVC 'J 1 °v, bailanas or crettes, nut we^do-have so many new and different useful gift items for the borne arriving daily such as: electrical hot plates, boudoir lamps table lamps, etc. PARKHURST Smce 1004. 107-109 E. Main St _ ____ ll|2-ck-2 5 Mules; 1 Horse: 3 IjultvTaToiv 1 Aiming Plows; 2 One-Row Planters; 1 Corrugated Roller; i j oh n Ucere Tractor Mower; 1 Side Delivery Rake; 1 Feed Mill; 300 Bushels Corn; 3 tons Alfalfa Hay JJ. H. Garner, Armorel, Ark. _____ lljlG-pk-23 CJ i!» e! * Elms, all sizes. fSubic~Rid Flowering Peach and Berry Plants See or phone W. s. Langdon. _ __ __ Electric and Battery Radios^ Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-16-cJi-lC NOTICE lust received the largest and most complete line of all kinds of framed pictures in the country Also Iiiggiige In various sizes and prices. PARKHURST, 107-103 E JMaln St. ll|2-ck-2 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blytheville Machine Shop. 30-ek-U|30 FARMS FOR SALE on easy terms both upland and oottoni. Well improved in tracts of 20 to 1000 acres G. W. Smith, Cillzens Bank Build-' lug, Dexter, Mo. 10i2e-pk-12j2 Wood or coal circulator heater Night phone 3309. O. S. Rolllson 10|25-ck-tf SAVE ON INSULATION Cnil us for free estimate. We install Rock Wool. MISS. CTY. LUMBER CO. I'honc 445. 10-23-ch-23 One electric motor; 3 II.P., 3 phase, 220 volt. Perfect condition. Apply Allen Service Co., 119 E. Main. If.] imv-ck-21 8»re 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S Dr of S t * r • Main & Lake Phone 2822 If yon want to Day more War Bonds SELL US THE FURNITURE TOD ARE NOT USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-in allowanc« (or old furniture on new, Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 3.M E, Main Phone 2302 Rooms for rent. 106 E. Main. ~ 10i26-pk-ll|26 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516. 10-3-ck-tf ce lit lugMm Builoing Inquire ^~^^St2LJi^?^^ Wanted to But Toy car with pedals. Gift for child. h°"g 2934. ll|13-ck-tf Desirable one or two lots immedi- nlely. Cnsh. Phone 817,- If you have a residence for asle see me. Office First National Bank Bldg. H. C, Campbell. HJO-pk-23 Feather Bed. Phone 2186. ll|15-pk-22 BLITHEVILLB (A&K.); PQURIEK NKVV8 $$$$$$'$$ PHILLIPS : For Clean Cars We Will Pay ^ Up to the Following Cash Prices: l>ar Model 1937 1938 1940 ** 1941 w-1942 FOll I) > 515.00 640.00 775.00 860.00 1085.00 1285.00 CIIKVHOI.KT $ 455.00 590.00 680.00 925^00' 1110.00 1280.00 I'LYMOUTH ** $ 635.00 * 770.00 ^ 940.00 1060.00** 1210.00 «» 1275.00 4ft : Don't Sell Until You See Phillips PhillipsfaysTopCashPrices. NoViolations PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. TeL 453 Walnut at 5lh Services Quilting and sett'lng. 231-) W. Carolyn St. in Pride Addition. M|17pk2l Painting and pnper hanging. J. B. Frcomnn. Phone 2434. . Il|14-pk!2]l4 Pecans, junk, hides. For highest prices see Wolf Arian, N. Highway 61. Phone 2690. ll|2-pk-1212 Mrs. Housewife. Just 10 more days to get your rugs and' upholstery cleaned by our new method. Call Soybeans, hay nnd corn. Blytheville Gmhi'-y Elevator Co, T |30™ BATTERY SERVICE ~ : . iu|ju IK. M One hour battery charging on new Highest cash prices paid for used cars, 1929 to 1937 models, any make. C. C. Eagnn, 615 Chlcka- sawbn St., Blytheville. lOjSO-pk-npO Second-hand clotliing, men's «hoe7, women's and children's oxfords Bring to 316 E. Mam. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10|3-pk-I2j3 Will pay cash for |l0,6<to worth _pf good used f nrnK Fnrnitnr* Co. White lady to do housekeeping for lady and two children. Apply in person. 101 E. Cherry St, Mrs. Mclba Cobb. ll|n-pk-ll|21 Black alligator purse, containing billfold and articles of sentimental value. Keep money; also, $5.00 reward for returning to Hays 1 'Store. . • , • ll|16-pk-20 *~-*wwv^,—^^^ ^w^^i^^.^ Russia's. • ponulation has been placed at more than-147,000,000 people, making it third'.largest in the world's population lists. Saleswoman. Jewelry experience helpful but not essential. Box G .1 Courier. Il|I7-ck-24 Several reliable salesmen. Hardware experience helpful but not necessary. Permanent. Apply Hubbard Hardware Co. llin-ck-2-} Bookkeeper. IVfale or female Gin and plantation experience preferred. Salary according to ability Good opportunity. Box WL, Cour- ler Ncws - H-lS-ck-23 Two experienced^ butchers Annlv W -., B - McMullfn. Kroger store, Blytheville. ll-14-ck-2I Want several high school bovs to * or . k . nf j cl1 school and Saturdays Hubbard Hardware Co. lljn c k24 Tractor man with three row middle buster to bed one hundred acres bean land by the acre. H L Reynolds, Ark.-Mo. State Line. ^ Wanted To Rent Wanted, Piano. Miss Jean Sarbcr, voice teacher, Hotel Noble. H[10-pk-18 5 or D room house. Will pay one year s rent In advance. Call Harvey Parrish, phone 2045. 101M-ck-tf Personal ASTHMA ANlTTiATTKVEK Immediate relief f rom the spasms of bronchial nsthma. prompt re- let from the distressing symptoms of hay / CTO . with Asthma Ncfein. Fun KtunA mnde ]{""» ,. Kirby ll|10-pk-12jlo 3906. . ll[9-pk-ll[23 est Cities Sen-Ice 'Quick Charger. Pickup and delivery In city. Phone 921. : WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE ' STATION Hwy. 61 & Railroad !> , 10-31-pk-3l Lost Purse with valuable keys Bhd glass, cs. Reward, fgj. return to, C.gtorlcr News.,, \ ".:;.}; .-'llllG'-'pk-llllsf For Sale or Rent 114 acres of good land, :l houses, '.'. mile from Lumber t. Miss. Wrilc or sec G, A. Irby, Parma, Mo. Mcllirrlniut .settlers at Castle Hnync, N. c., accidentally discovered a method of conlrollmg the blooming of the flowers which they raise commercially. Several. ye nrs ago bulbs were put into, cold storage, but the tcniperatm« : -necldi'ii- tally was.reduced lower than : usunl, and the chilled bulbs bloomed': earlier Hint year. Blooming date's now are controlled by artificial temperature In bulb storage. ,' TERMINIX ' ; TERMINATES^ ''' 'loii'rtiy^oii iiiatcViift meliToils of (cnirlte can(rol. ! Le( (he iyorlil's larBest termite 'Cdnlriilvor^aiilia- lion protect you aB^lristv costly damage. Free inspections oifirc- [|Ucsl, -V^l'v. BRUCE TERMINI* CO. Licensee of E. L. Hrucc>'c'o. '' I "NAVY COURT HORIZONTAL ' ; VERTICAL 1 Pictured (l Opera (ab.) . ^admiral who. -'.2Unit of ' ; ' {heads Navy . \ measure : .investigation ^3News :.; 'of Pearl Har- k : paragraph J bor, • 9 Speck __ .10 Measure of • > area v t : 11 Metal v •; 13 Size of shot •J4 Mother/ 15 City of I Chaldca 6 Excellent 7 Anger fl Negative 9 Fixed look , 12 At no time : HLair . '• 16 Individual ;.17And (Latin); :!19Rodent/"~ f -;. - :i (prefix) : 21 Myself U^.?-' "15 Northeast : 22 Iron (symbol) . ;ib.) PAUB SEVEN BALE CONCRETB STORM SKWE1 ALL BIZKB Ch«*p«r Tb»a Bridie Luiker Oiceolo Tile & Culvtrt Co, «*> - T Art. Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist a» Guard's Jewelry ___209 W. Main PRESCRIPTIONS Frwhert Stock Guarantee* Bert Prim Kirby Dreg Store* Eor Sale 281 Ann •! Mthrr Improved Iti i «• Highway ll f o • r mile* south of Bly- C. G. Smith WE' rai, ALL Docromr PRESCRIPTION! AND 8AVE YOU HONKT STEWART'S * Laki rk*B* BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Ito.ichcs, Itals nnd Mice ellml- nulcil. Contract service in pest conlrol. Odorless Metlinrts. 115 S. Third I'honc 2751 You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if .youjll bring 'that idle*car 1o us, so that we" can re-sell 1} to wmeohe who is engaged inessential work s and who urgently needs dependable time transportation; WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATIONI RED CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATIONI DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATIONI FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATIONI FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED ' TRANSPORTATION! toy Eich Chevrolet Co. lliillmul but Ik'llicosc MV &05Hi I THOJ6MT THEV'p 6QME K HOME.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ITS MOT COLD AT ALL/ I'M SlMPlY WEARING [iicsE *RD.INDICATE iijAT' • 27 Heroic poem 29 Rip ' " .., ;30 Calcium'-, '' • 1 (symbol) 31 Within T,. 32 Abound v* ., : 34 Reverberate. ! 36 Every C :|40 Auricle J 7 ^ ,41 Senior (ab.) :,43 Place (ab.) 1 45 Jewel __ . .46 Transpose , . 47 Layer," 48 Pastry 50 Like '. ... , 51 On the ocean 53 Daybreak (comb, form) 55 Ireland 57 He heads" a > .y: inquiry f" Preserve Your Car With Phillips' Lubrication There is no substitute for improper lubrication EXCEPT expen- ' ' en r ' PS JOW car ,s lubricated by a trained white Lubricating Specialist with the most modern high pressure rubricating equipment. Phillips Furnishes the Finest Lubricants Highest Grade Motor Oils Chassis and Gear Lubricants bv Standard Oil sr^t^r^^ PHILMPS MOTOR COMPANY "- No, 1 Ubiieotor" Wolnut it 5M,. Op Alt .THE IQOTlt GADGETS i EVEfl SAW— AW, POP. QUIT BUMPING YOUR GUMS I TiHS HARNESS RATES I— IS'MUCH TOO SOLID/ f ' SENSIBLE A GIRL 1O BE SEEM WITH YOU WHILE YOU'RE WEARING THAT THING/ EVeRVBooy l wAsjusr PASSING AND —- - . . WONT usren TO A STRAMGF WOLF EAR MUFFS? IT THAT COLD our' 25 Better 26 Barricade 28 Eccentric . wheel 29 Bind ' 32 Coronet v 41 Slavic ^ 42 Railway (ab.) 43 Past participk By FRED HARMAfl 44 Place . . . '.' 47 Vegetable 33 Ever (contr.) 49 Make a 35Evil woman. mistake 36 Sea _ 5?. Symbol for til 37 Domesticated 53 Measure of animal ~ cloth . _ . 39 His Majesty's'54 Ocean (ab. v 23 Winglike part Ship (ab.) 56 That one C5OVE.RMOK HOLLE1 ANsweR YOUR LETTER? CALL MR. BtAlR INHERE' LL BE 6'PRI5EB TO lEftRN OF hONE WASH TUBES KY LESLIE TURNER THE WEKP/Si6' ' (YOUR ABIUTy TO £P£AK JAPANESE (HAS PRAWN Y0UA -OUSH ASS1SNMENT I AM A LITTLE SCARED, CAPTAIN .1 WOULD NOT MISS IT FOB. ALL THE RICE FIELDS ft) LUZON IDENTIFICATION PAPERS,,, TALK FA£T.,,«EV£ GOT to SET 8Y THAT SENTRy WlTrlOUr ARflBSlUS SUSPICION! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Hear From Him? BY EDGAR MARTIN WVO V 6C>tc > c.,

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