The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1944
Page 7
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y ' NOVKMIJKK 23, t ',! CLASSIFIED JJNFORMA'riON For Sale Also Short wood nnd kindling, laundry wood. Phono 630. • ll|22-pk-25 Minimum Charge .. per lto» » «™t per line [ day. - Per line . Month per Ua * d « ( "<l«r«<l jo< ' for the number of times copy ° ut . ««7 must be accompanied by cash. Rates may ba easily computed Irom, the above table 'AdvertlaliJg ordered for irregular insertions takes the one ttoe rate responsibility will be taken than one ta «»Tect inser- ad. con I stove. neat 5 or 6 room house. raelicitlly. new. I'hone itffer (i 2.182 2&U One U. S. slicing Machine; one cof- rec mill, one cnsli register. Phone !>. j\] : til u H-23-ck-tr _ One Athens Bush and Bog~disc mid one 1 mowing'hinchlne. Elliert Hi-yeans, _ opposite Golf Course. ll|23-pk-26 i pair -mules and harness, 1 Join, Deere Wagon, estimated 4 tons loose hay, 150 bushels com j h!iy mower, j.hay rake,,l cultivator, 1 stalk cutter, 1 disc, l section narrow, l middle buster, 1 turning Plow, l set ol cultivator tools 1 mrt.sllp, 1400 pounds SB stone- ville cotton seed. Will sell as whole or, parl> will-rent 55 acres land tins equipment, is used on, share basis. Can see this 4 miles west of Hermonclale, Mo. J. c. Cole- raan ' ll|23-pk-2C 190 acres on Little River, 5 houses good- barn, cypress land, lights &• gravel road. 193 acres, 4 houses good barn, hylinc'and gravel road' On bank of Little River. At a bar- t'ain, good terms. 105 acres, half mile north of Gray Ridge. Lights on gravel, good Improvements A bargain at 5110 per acre. Terms 1200 acres, highly improved farm Good fertile soil, plenty houses and barns, all good. On pavement 5110 per acre. Ho acres in Miss County, Ark. A real farm, made bale and half cotton per acre this year, 3 houses, 2 barns •JO acres in Pemiscot Comity, Mo All cleared, good improvements black sandy loam soil very fertile' school bus. Good terms If you are looking lor a farm, let us help you. We may have it. See Luther Gray, 1 20 E. Sycamore! and P. Fisher, Phone 245G. ll!22-pk-2D 1941 Porcl coupe. A-I condition, new tires. Clatis Loveless, Rt i tula, west ot Shady Grove. __ 11-31 -pk24 ~ I HAVE BUYERS for city residential property JIMMiu STEVENSON Noble Gill Agency, j Uj23-c)c-23 COURIBK NEWS One Allls-Clmlmers two roll tractor cultivator. Corbett Stockton, ll|22-pk-29 PflJr boys rubber galoshes size 5. Worn only few times. $2.25. 310 West Walnut. ll|n-dli-tf Complete beauty shop, 2 Turulna- tor dryers; 1 Realistic permanent wave machine; Facial Couch: settee; chrome chairs; • electric clippers, etc. Pre-war supplies All equipment almost new. Write Box J. A., % Courier News. Il|22-pk25 1937 DcSoto; fair tires, new motor Below ceiling. West Gateway On- rftBC - H[23-i>k-27 Modern 0 room house, built in i&jo 1058 Holly. Sec owner. ll!20-dh-tf Pre-war baby bed with springs. $15 _ _H5 w - R °se. ll|2?-pk-24 Five room stucco hmisiTwitu'•bath' screened front and back porches'' Two Jots.. 2238 Caroline St., Pride Newly redecorated 3 bedroom' house. Hardwood -floors throughout. Floor furnace iincl fireplace. Ftas servant' house and garage. Located in choice residential section. Call Jimmie Stevenson, 888 or 3131. . .. ll-22-ck-29 5 room house on W. Chickasawba. Located on beautiful l acre lot. Call Jimmie Stevenson, 838 or Help Wante* Need man for parts department. Not necessary to have previous experience. Permanent position. See Earl Stone at klytheville Motor Co Phone «2. 121 W..Ash.St. U-20-ck-27 2 girls \rith high school education; lor sales work, permanent position. .Apply iri person, Western Auto Associate Store. . Jl-23-ck-27 > PHILLIPS ;WILL BUY YOUR CAR ^Blytheville'sHighestUsedCarBuye'r . '' ' ^ ' Dbirr"i pS wil1 1 ay V° u *he TOP CASH . PRICE for your Car. No Delay. No Expense. No "Come-Back". ALL CASH. .< Avoid core and expense of your idle car. Turn it info CASH, Buy Bonds and 1 enable your car to provide essential > transportation. * Don't Sell Until You See Phillips^ Come In Today. 50 Cars Needed* PHILLIPS MOTOR CO: TeL 45J Walnut at 5th F*r Rent Bedroom. Men only. Plioiiu 24U3 013 .Walnut St. ' Illl7-i>k-il Bedroom. Gentlemen only. Private home. Convenient to bath. Phone 2266. .. iim-nl. or: Saleswoman. Jewelry experience helpful but not essential. Box G. J. Courier. . . . ll[17-ek-24 MAN OE WOMAN WANTED. Good nearby Rawleigh Route now open. If willing to conduct Home Service business while earning good living, write immediately. Rawleigh's, Dcpt. AKK-27-45 Men^ phis, Tenn. 11123-pk-ltl Several reliable salesmen. Hardware experience helpful but not necessary. Permanent. Apply Hubbard Hardware Co. ll|l7-ck-24 See car in Robert Moore oir"star'fy" Young place at Reece School ll|21-pk-2. DONUTS-Made fresh hourly from our automatic donut machine Ge them at Trotter's Donut Shop, 10 _East Mam L ll|18-pk-2a KiiiE Alford jonquil bulbTpirsTsize Plant now. Heaton's Home o ll|20-ck-tl -irge 2-story house with 3 bedrooms and separate 3-rooin apartment Two four room houses facine paved street on same lot Alt of this property is in cxce || ent co dilion and repair. In good residential area. Will provide living quarters and large rental income for big family. Jinnnie Stevenson Noble Gill Agency. Ilj23-ck30 Three: duplexes," modern. Write Box F., Courier News. ll[10-pk-ll|24 C room home on two~lots In choice residential section. 3 bedrooms New roof. Outbuildings. Solid foundation. Shade trees and or|> chard. $5000-42000 cash. Call Jimr mie Stevenson, 838 or 3131. ll|7-ck-tf .Practically new pre-war bicycle s Bike Shop) St " B1 > lUlcvl »". 10!27-pk-U|27 Y-E-S-! we have no bananas or cigarettes but we do have so many new and different useful gift items for the S a . rrvi "B "ally such as: dec- trical hot plates, boudoir lamps table lamps, etc. PARKHURST Since 1904, 107-109 E. Main It ll|2-ck-2 Electric and Battery Radios! Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-16-ch-16 NOTICE Just received the largest and most complete line of all kinds of framed pictures In the country. Also luggage In various sizes and prices. PARKHUKST, 107-109 E Main St. 11|2 . cfc f 2 - Steel Watering Trcughs Steel OU Drums T ,.^ tecl Garba ee Cans BlytheviUe Machine SIiop, 30- ck- 11 1 30 M easy , both upland and bottom. Well improved In tracts of 20 to 1000 acre* C. \V. Smith, Citizens Bank Bulld- lng,» Dexter, Mo. • 10128-pk-12j2 Wood or coal circulator heater Night phone 3309. o, s. Rollison! _ _ ' 10i'25-ck-tf SAVE ON INSULATION Call us'for free estimate. We install Rock Wool. MISS. CTY. LUMBER CO. Phone 445. 10-23-ch-23 Need automfibile mechanic, bo«y man, and man to, help in shop- can learn to be mechanic. See Earl Stone lit BlytheviUe Motor Co Phone 422. 121 w. Ash St. :Jl-20-ck-27 Experienced cooka u Botel Hobln wmltraw*. Wanted to Buy Wardrobe trunk in good condition Phone 2786. 18-dh-tf Child's toy car with pedals. Call 2 ? 53 - ll-2l-ck-28 Pecans, junk, hides. IY>r' highest prices see Wolf Arian, N. Highway 61. Phone 2690. n|2-pk-12[2 Soybeans, hay and corn. BIythevllle Grain & Elevator Co. 10f30-ck-tf : Sedroorh, witli or without kitchen privileges. Phone 2480. ll|22-p)c-2j Bedroom, kitchen'privileges.'201 W "'"" ll|18-pk-n|25 Vine. Bedroom convenient to bath. Steam heat. 611 West Main. Phone 3325. Il|17-pk-l2|n To tenants who have good equipment and can furnish self. One 65 acre place, one 40 acre place and one 35 acre place. Write P O Box 829, Blylhevllie, Arkansas. '•i li|17-ck-H(2-{ Bedroom, close to bus line. 1513 w. Beam. HUB-pk-25 Rooms for rent.'lp8;K. Main. • V'!' 10|20-pk-ll]26 Dffic* 1m IsfMuu Uullding. inquire .it fh» Ovkhbnt On A ^--— ~~~~-^^ Personal ASTHMA AND HAY FF.VER Immediate, relief from the spasms of bronchial asthma. Prompt relief from the distressing symptoms of hay fever, with Asthma Nefeln. .Pull refund made if results are not sallsfaclors'. Kirbv Drug Stores. ll[10-pk-12jlb Wanted To Rent Furnished of' unfurnished aptirt- uiciit or house. Damon McLcod _ PI|0 " C "212, nps-pk'-ao Small furnished apartment. Permanently stationed army couple with baby. Write Box HK, •;'„ Courier ll|22-pk-29 Sninll furnished apartment or house by pernmnciit resident. Or would consider unfurnished. Phono -)482 _.' '.' 11 l20-ck-27 Appi-oximately 200 acre's!—Have equipment and force. Prefer loca- tlyh near BlytheviUe. Write a W Moore, Lcachville. Ilj22-pk-2!l Services Chuck's Body Shop, 412 E. Main. Auto glass installed, auto pajht^ 'Ing and body work. Jlj20-ii#-27 Painting nnd paper hanging. J. ;B Freeman. Phone 2434, BATTERY SERVICE .'.One hour battery charging on rieW- csl Cities Service Quick Charger. Pickup and delivery in city. Phone 921. ' WEBB'S CITIES SERVICE '. '•• STATION Hwy. 61 & Railroad _ 10-31-pk-3l Highest cash prices' paid for used cars, 1929 to 1937 models, any make. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chlcka- sawba St., Biythevllle. 10j30-pk-ll[30 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes women's and children's oxfords' Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10[3-pi-12i3 Will pay awh for |10,009 worth of good used fnrnl- tare. Wade Fnrnlturt Co. W1J1 pay 200 per aoi. for wire co»t HudsorjClMmeni. Lost White pointer birdlog, brown ears Notify Orval Pritchard, Holland. -^^"^-^-^-^^-^^^^-^^•^^s-^--^---^>xZi^CCrr • Strayed or Stolen From Armorel, male pointer vcrv heavily ticket. Answers to alms J nP °^' *l ! ° ma ' plense ™"™ J. B. OKecfe for liberal rewirri BJythevilJe, Ark., RotS l, %££ ~~~-~~~~'-~~~B£i*S Situations Wanted Experienced beauty operator desires permanent position, full or part time. Write P.O. Box 601 H!22-pk-ll[25 I TITO'S AIDE 1 HORIZONTAL VERTICAL I 1 Pictured chief I Weapons ; of staff for 2 Harvest : Marshal Tito, 3 Chevron i Gen. 13 Rot by . exposure 14 Expunger 15 Born 16 Market 18 Bound 19 Small island 20 Steeple • 22Symb'ol for. sodium 23 Warble 24 By 25 Belongs to him 26 Color 28 Compound . ether 31 Hawaiian bird 32 Of the thing 33 Tearful 37 Onagers 40 Contend 41 Decay 42 Runners on snow 44 Centimeter (ab.) 46 Sea skeleton «9 Weary 50 Bucket 52 Duration 53 Bronze 54 One who rolls 56 Burmese wood spirit 57 He. is a Yugoslav or 1* TUKxIe, 4B!iblical pronoun 5 Morsel 6 Conceited 7 At sea 8 Diminutive of Edgar 9 Either 10 Be persistent 1) Prison room 12 Foot part 17 Woody plant 19 Flower 21 Sea eagle 23 Article 26 Obtained 27 Fish eggs 20 Before 30 Legal point 34 Reluctant 35 Be carried 30 Affirmative 37 Circle part 38 Black sub- Z-'t 24 5J 'I? ^ to m •13 Slcnd •14 Convoke 45.Steel plant 47 Oriental nurse •IB Native ol Latvia 50 Hawaiian foot! —:- - 51 Meadow < stance formed 54 Railroad (ab ) by combustion 55 RepublioUe 39 Cord Francaise 42 Male deer (ab.) M m Sf 51 5f a t i V.PAGE SEV^N _ valuable." Owner viiiiiy claim by Identifying mul payliiR cost o( «(l. Write Alvlo Jnrrctt, Pointer Bird nog, Owner limy clnlm for pnylujj cost. ot fee(llnB „,„, 1( 1. r. fox, Biylhevllle Uiumlry. ron IAU CONCRETE STORM BEWE1 ALL B12I8 Th»« BrMp> LiBtat 0»c«oFaTJU* Culvtrtto. ^ PRESCRIPTIONS FrahMt Siodi Gwrtnte«4 Bt*t Prtew Kirby Drug Stores Eor Sale Improved I in i M II fo«r math of Ely- C.G. Smith WK ro,L ALL DOCTOEI 1 PRESCRIPTIONI AND BATE TOO MONO STEWARTS BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS notches, Rats anil. l\llc« eliml- irattil. Contract service In ptsj "introl. Odorless Methods. 115 S. Third I'lione 2151 Loy Eich Chevrolet Co ' ... • . . . WHEN OUR TIME- Ti3AVEH.ERS GST - , V Doc.DEya PLENTY IHWE.THEVRE GOIKXB •i\ OF poop I.M TH' , • /TO BE PRETIY hUJHSBV. . ivKnciiEki.'^ .,r "^— :r-=^=*^^ FRECKLES AND H\8 FIUHNDS rv£s,siK,'j — ~~- — ir~—* e ^ 'IF THIS KtePS. UP, WILL EVENTUALLY. LOSE ITS IDEMTITVJ- FOR.ItJSTANCF, STUDYIW6 IS NOT - WORMING'!' HIGN ScMoqij ,15'NOTA."BRAIN FACTORY:' A, Dfpi<»iA. is NOT .A "PAROLE 1 ! •'>- ftlity? ' "'-•, v MR,WlLSOMfe./l OFFICE I / i. "~V r^<ot \ EycN C^^' 1 * i«iviiivA* t tr r7®K) TUe PACLJLTY/. Mi- K> - iii AlKU/ill,!, BLOS8I/ (f ~ '' " "" " ~,\~ v >! SOA1F0ODV VVAWTS To 11 ' y ~i *<> TALk Tb you ON THf " *l ' "f" £ 30 pr HAVE PHILLIPS "WINTERIZE" YOUR~CAR 1. Tune Motor 5. New Battery 2. New Spark Plugs 6. Antifreeze 3. New Motor Oil 7. Glass Installed 4. New Brakes 8, Fenders Refinished PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY TeI<4S3 ' Walnut at 5th. l£VtWHlie..8U(R.5WTE y DIRECTOR, ARRIVES IS RiWCCH j AHEAD OF THC . J 1\MERE57ED J AfleRlTOLDy 5; 4 «y vToo/y WASH TUBES f/'uHlOCK THECOOR BEfBRE~HE" 5ATHEBS 1L RWSES AHA.LARH, JOSE! lit WBWWS ^IK TURN ° FF THE 1<6HTS ! «"ROM JAP *° •' Two-Foof Discovery nwrafj;-; ' 22i' FS AND HER BUDDIES i / BY LESLIE .TURNER 6ATE 5ENTj5!y PHONED ) SIWJ'*> OUR i Mr -J!i« „ ."..._•" • :•_ BY EDGAR MARTIN v' V\Ki-UP h rJ^T^jilMlf 9 cmu6t -s^Wf NSsrJsaai ~m

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