The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1944
Page 7
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WKDNESOAY, IWCiSMRKK 13, 19-11 ADVERTISING INFORMATION • consecutive Minimum Charge 50-, 1 time per line itZ 2 timea per lln» per i*j'.'.'.','.'.'.'.Uo • tlniea per line per d»j,.... o a B Mine* pe r un, pg, ^ _ ^ 12 ilmu per line per day. '.'..'.'." 6e 1 Month per Une ' e £ Ad« ordered for turw or Iti'tiinet *nd ttopped before expiration w iu t» charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of BUI made. AU Classified AdvenlBinfr copy -JUDruitted by person* residing out- Made of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from toe above table Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the on« time rate No responsibility will ba taken for, more than one incorrect inser- »rr • --For Sale Farm of 449 acres. 350 acres in cultivation. 2V3 acres river lyit'mn land, balance ridge land, one mile river frontage, 10 lurc.s „,, ..... , large acreage Icspedeza for hay,' balance in corn this year. Pom sets of Improvements, two good . residences, electricity and telephone. One good five room tenant house,, one small tenant house. Located on State Highway and mail route. Price $10,000, part, on terms See J. C. Crmpln, Manila, Ark. __ ____ 12|l3-pk-lC One, two and three H.P. single phase electric motors. William's Shop, Stcele, Mo. Phone 67. 12jl2-pk-19 Lionel electric train and track. Pho. __ Pocket watch, 17 Jewel Elgin, thin model. Phone 2358. 12il3-pk-l(j Baby Stroller, , 12112-pV-.-19 B. Farmall, good condition. C. W. Moore, Lcachville, Ark., Rl. No. 1, near Poplar Corner. 12|ll-pk-18 Pre-war sliver waffle iron, automatic Sunbeam, like new. $35 808 So. Lake St 12|12-pk-15 1940 Ford Hi ton truck, new motor good tires. 119 E. Mathls. Phono a85 - I2]12-pk-15 Atwalcr Kent electric refrigerator 313 So. First. 12jl2-pk-15 5 room House. Hardwood'floors, oil l acre of ground. City conveniences. Price $3500. H. C. Campbell. Seo me at my office in the First Natl. Bank Bldg. 12|U-pkl4 3 drawer National Electric Cash Register; two Boys' Bicycles; 1G" car wheel, fits Ford, Chevrolet & Buick. Paul Abbott's Gulf Service Station, Statcline. 12j!2-pk-lD One Home Comfort wood and coal range, perfect condition. One 2- burner oil heater. One 12-gauge Winchester D7 model bird gun. One new 22 Mossberg automatic rifle. One new 15 inch Jig saw with motor. One 4 inch Driver jointer with motor. One 48 inch wood latlie with motor. One small solid maple table. One 13 tube RCA radio. One table top Florence range. Write Box 27C or phone 40, Steelc, Mo. 12|ll-pk-15 |l941 20 ft. Universal trailer New tires, excellent heating, accommodates four, practically new. Eskridge Trailer Camp, 420 Yarbro Road. ^ 12ll2-pk-15 Place your order for your turkeys at ceiling price before the 20tli lor will not have any for sale after then. Phone Jesse Woblj 204 °- 12j9-pk-iG SO.ncrcs Milllgan Ridge farm.'see J. C. Chapin, Manila. 12jO-pk-16 Corn, Oats, Chops, Hay, Dairy and Poultry Feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co - 12;9-ck-tl Fireworks. Buy early. All kinds ol fireworks, Xmas trees, fruits nut* and candies. Joe Hester's Grocery and Market, N. Highway SI, Pho _ 2632 - ____ _ 12|l-pk-lil I HAVE BUYERS for city residential property j JIMMIE STEVENSON ~ Noble Gill .Agency. Ilj23-ck-a3 King Alford joiKjull buibsTpirsTsizc Plant now. Heaton's Home ol _ P1 _°™ n i 1 __ _ ll|20-ck-tl 6 room home on two lots In choice residential section. 3 bedrooms roof. Outbuildings. Solid foundation. Shade trees and orchard. S5000-S2000 cash. Call Jimmie Stevenson, 838 or 3131. __ _ li|7-ck-ti Pair boys rubber galoshes size 5 Worn only few times. $2.25 3io West Walnut. ll|17 dh-t, Modern 6 room house, built in~T940 1038 Holly. See owner, llpo-dh-tl 5 room house on W. Chickasawba Located on beautiful l acre lot Call Jlmmie Stevenson, 838 or 3131 - n|22-ck-U Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. _ __ 10-16-ch-16 eteel Watering Trcugha Steel Oil Drums a , Bteel Garbage Cans «,' BIytheville Machine Shop, __ 30-cl:-1113D Wood or coal circulator heater Night phone 3309. O. 5. Rolllson. ^^^^^ _ ^_^ 10125-ck-tl Skunk Starts C!can-Up KEARNEY, Neb. (U.P.)— Water Supt. Ralph Lancaster had to drain the city reservoir and clem the water mains recently. Lancaster reported to the city council that two boys had caught a skunk neal- the, end of the drain pipe from the reservoir. The end of the pipe Is some 300 feet from the reservoir, Nevertheless, scores of citizens called the water superintendent's office complaining about a vile odor la the water. For Rent 170 acres south of lilylhevillc on gravel road, food houses, good barn, electricity. Cash rent. Address Itox HX, % Courier News. 12-12-ck-16 Hospital beds. Wncie Furniture Co 12jl3-ck-13 Clean, comfortable bedroom. Kll- clicn privileges, No children. 817 Chicknsawta. 12|12-pk-l5 One COO acre tract; one 300 acre tract; one 215 acre tract; two 80 ncrc tracts; one 53 ncrc tract All good alluvial soil, located Southeast Missouri. Phone or write E. B. Gee Cotton Co., 2020. ,.% i2i'n-ck-u Bedroom with kitchen privileges 2314 Carolyn St. Pride Addition. ' 12!l2-pk-l5 Store building with complete set of fixtures. On First St. $50 per jno H. C. Campbell. Phone 2641. 12jll-pk-M fioom adjoining bath. Gentlemen only. Phone 2406. CIS Walnut. • 12|C-pk-l|0 Bedroom convenient to bath. 1 steam heat, fill West Main. Phono 3325 Lost Black Cocker Spaniel, \ years old. Answers to name of "Dickie"! REWARD. Phqnc \V. O. FriMsjcr, 83, Wilson, Arkansas. 12'13-pk-20 Pair of child's glasses in blue case. Lost at Ritz Theater. Finder please call 2290. 12]12-cl<-15 Green tarpaulin for truck, lost yesterday between Osccola and Hol- laml. Charles M. Cohoon, phone leiPl. Holland. Ma. 12[13-pk-20 Two $1,000 Series E and 0110^500 Scries E Bonds, made to Grover Cleveland Hawks or Bertie Mae Hawks. Liberal reward for return O, C. Hawks. 300 E. Mala. Help Wanted We Need A Young Man for Permanent Job A younff man that has ;i reasonable amount of imagination and native intelligence. He should have a high school education'and and at least enough ambition to try to do a job well. No physical work involved but if is ji jol> thai will test your wits . . . a job that will start you at a living „ wage-.with plenty of oppor- > I unity for advancement. It entails both office detail and outside contacts. Paris of the work will be a pleasure. for anyone but like any job worth having it will have some headaches. We dare you to write fully regarding your qualifications to Box "R. D." Care the Courier News. 12-7-ch-lf PHILLiPS : WILL BUY YOUR CAR- Blytheville T $HighestU$edCarBuyer" * Phillips will pay you the TOP CASH „ PRICE for your Car. No Delay. No Expense. No "Come-Back". ALL CASH. «i Avoid care end expense of your idle car. Turn it into CASH, Buy Bonds and *» enable your car to provide essential transportation. ** HLYT. IIBVILLB COURIER NEWS FARMERS We have vilcnty of Iron Itouf- liiK anil Hough Ujrpnu (or li.ims unj tli«ds. 3 Year FHA Terms tf dwired. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Jon't Sell Until You See Phillips"Come In Today. 50 Cars Needed * PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. I Tel. 453 Walnut 5th $$$$$$$ 5 $ Services Will repair electric lamps for 50c plus cost of mntcrlnls. Bring tp 1017 W. Wnlnut. 12|12-pfc-l0 Mnltl with health certificate. Work 11 to 5 o'clock. No Sundavs. Cull 264!) after fi this evening. 12|13-pk r lp AN OPPORTUNITY WITH AMER- fCA'S FIFTH LARGEST LIFE"'INSURANCE COMPANY . . To the right kind of representative in Blythevllle, we can offer' a fine opportunity. 'Hie John Hancock is a pollcyhold- ers 1 company with si years of experience and operates under strict Massachusetts, laws: . ,' ; One out of-every ten persons insured in the United States haV'a policy with the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, This Company writes an extensive line of life, endowment, group and annuity contracts, and operates in West Tennessee, Eastern Arkansas and Mississippi through the Memphis office. Men who know wiiat it means to represent, an organization with background, prestige and a reputation for helping its agents get ahead will be Interested in our proposition. ROBERT M. GAMBLE (General Agent) „• Commerce Title Building Memphis, Tenn Tel. 8-411G and 8-4117 l2jq-ck-U MEN WANTED: Experienced log cutters and mill help. Good job Oond pay. Must have statement of availability, will furnish truck to move on free of cliarge. Write Gaddls Lumber Co., Alliambra II_"" pis - 12;8-pk-15 Painting and paper hanging. J. B. Freeman. Phone 2434. Il|14-pkl2|14 Washing and Iromny. Have drying room. Willie Bell Green, North Highway Gl, back of Mrs. Scruggs' warehouse. I2j!3-pk-l'.i|'45 Wanted To Kent Apartment or small house; furnished or unfurnished. Call 453. After C p.m., call 482. 12jll-pk-18 Small furnished apartment or house, by permanent resident, or would consider unfurnished. Phone 2U2. 12;0-ck-16 Apartment or cottage; 3 or 4 targe unfurnished ' rooms. Write !J; '£. C., % Courier News. 12j7-pk-14 Wanted to But C3Y2I1 Dr. J, L Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main POK CONCRETE STORM SKWE« AU, B17KH Tbnu Bridge l.ninker Qtceola Tile I Culvert Co. Then* Ml OivnU, Art WE FILL AIX KOCTORI' PRESCRIPTIONS M(D HAVE YOU UUNEI STEWART'S Orif St«r t •tun A L*kl Fh»> t PRESCRIPTIONS fr*»h«*l L>u*ranUt4 UtM Gentle Shetland pony. Write Box 3, Annorel, Ark. 12|13-pklQ Second liauci football. Harry Hijlnes, 27B8. Call Mm. 12;a-dh-tf Before you sell your fur, see Joe Hester and Son for highest prices Dealers In raw fur. Joe Hester's Grocery, N. Highway 01, Phone 2032. 12|l-pk-2-l Will pay c«ah loi Hl»,uO» worth of good used fnrnl _nir« W»df Fumitnr* Co. WlU Jjay Drag Store* BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Uo.iclirt, Hats mill Alice ellml- iiattd. Contract service In pent r control. Odorless Methods. 115 S. Third I'huiic O.PA CEILING PRICES ON ALL USED CARS will be // you contemplate selling your car -NOW IS THE TIME!' is always in the market for used cars -we'll buy 1 or TOO! DON'T SELL BEFORE YOU GET OUR PRICE Thief Takes 'Hot' llalrs BERKELEY, Gal. (U.P.) — One thief really had a pair of "hot" license plains In this elly. Police of-. ficer L. s. Protser reported'.that (i^ EOIHTOIIC hud stolen a license"plate J ' iru;n nit: cur nild bfllll Of the I i emergency plates which indicate' he is a member o/ the police force. Gl C'an Win Trip PORT OP SPAIN, Trinidad (UP) —To spur personnel at tills No. l cd In- tlie Wnr Bond officer in each U. S. Caribbean base, Commodore activity, ns contributing the most C. C. Baughinan, U. S. Navy, com-1 toward the Wnr Bond sale. 'Ilils manlier naval operating base, bus | trip will l)u awarded on the basis announced a week-end trip via air of the amount of work, time, nml to one of the best-known pleasure | effort expended by the enlisted resorts in the West Indies ns a re- I men and not for the highest pur- ward to the enlisted men nominat- chase ol war bonds. J Former Actress «l>«ieuced cooU ma *«uly Hoic! HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured I . screen star o( (• | ' yesteryear, l • i fl Domesticated I animal 10 Ireland 11 Mineral rock 13 2000 pounds 14 Whole 16 Sprite 18 Measure of area 19 Near 20 Five and liv« 21 Account o: <ab.) 22 Relaxes 25 World-famed classic writer 28 Let it sland 29 Slope 30 She was a famous heroine 33 Transmitted 36 Bent 37 Smells 39 Either 40 Skill 43 Exist 44 Each (ab.) 45 Twisted 47 French art museum 49 Also 50 Over (contr.) 52 Liquid measure 53 Dispose M She was a 1 Writing implement 2 And (Lalin) 3 Lease 4 Ignited 5 Legal instrument R At this place 7 Toward 8 Before 9 Skin openings 12 Exalt 13 Paving substance H Orient {•3 Finishes i.V Enemy 23 Slreet (ab ) 24 Relates 26 Pointed a 38 Sorry . • weapon 4) W as carried 21 North Dakota \7 Change 'ab I course • 30 Perrons 43 Provides wit (comb, form i weapons 31 Indian army 4C Affirmative .'ab I .12 Dinner 3,1 Several 34 Negative 35 Direction 36 Not high .%, .-?.'Z m 1 /OH.>/vEU,I ( GUfcM TH' TRIP \ WAS REW.LV ( NECESSARY -/ V AMy.WAV \. r |»«-igiiei PKECKLBS AND HIS PRIKNIW V1KKRIKL BLO8SV l-fow MAMY TIMES MUST l ASK YOUR F|?I6NDS To BIT QUIET ? L TO GET SOME /^' I'LL SLEEP / ,— ( SPEAK To THEM.rOP.' RIGHT BACK WHERE we , STARTED ir.GAwo / POPS BLINKERS ARE SAC6IN& AMD HE WANfS' TO POUND HIS EAR ' ., QUIET I JELL YOU THejJEg NOTHIW& LIKE Tl KlH&'S ENlGLISH / OOLIE DRCOLIE, PATCH MY PANTy- WAIST.' HI, DOGFACF, WHAT'S OM \l\i\K nf Fliiiiu FRED HARMA1} S^t'RE LUCKY THM LIGHT SNN3\>] MEUEC THIS UNDER .BRUSH GUICK CIRCLE THEIR CABIN ' NOTHING CAN LWEV 11-17. but She'll Try HY LBSME TURNER 18 Tub 49 Atmosphere 51 Ithode Island (ab.) 53 Egyptian sun god WASH TUBBS HEV, '\ SHE'S A TRIM IOOKIN6 BA6K BlB-CLEA'rJ"£iNES '.'.. J •FLUSH RWEHN&-WHV; THEV SAVTHAT RETRACTION Of HER LANDINS 6EAR REDUCES THE DRA,<3 BY ONE HALF! HAVE PHILLIPS "WINTERIZE" YOUR'CAR 1. Tune Motor v 5, Nev/ Bottery 2. New Spark Plugs 6. Anfi-Freeze 3. New Motor Oif 7, Glass Installed 4. New Brakes 8. Fenders Refinished PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Te5 ' 453 ' Wolnut at 5th. PARDON ME/ COLONEL .SOT YOU PROMISE? THAT I COULVIQOK OVER THE SUPEEWRTRESS WHEW IT CAME IN. ' 601 PIP, LIEUTENNIT-AMES- TH1S IS MAJOR TUCKES, 5URE HElL 05 6LAO TO . . SHOW yOii HIS SHIP ^~-- J ~~ ' , AH; PEUdKTEP, illEUrEMA^lT!! MOST! TAKE A SIJUiUT AT THIS 8-29 BOOTS ANP HRR miDDIRS BY EDGAR aiARTIN r\ONO WWW

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