The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1944 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, DKCKAlJiUU 2$, 1'J-M • i . i I,. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SHFORMATION ttilly rate ircr line for consecutive insertions: Minimum Cimrge ... 5o c 1 time per line ]" 15c 2 times per line per day.".. .".Vc 3 times per line per day '.'.'.'. g c 5 times per line per day I K 12 times per lino per day!!'.!!!!! 5 C i Month per line 90 C Ads ordered for three or six t'iines mid slopped before expiration will lie charged for the number of times the art appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out' side of the city ;mist be accompanied by cash. Hates may foe easily computed from the above'table. Advertising Ordered for irregular insertions lakes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for mure than one incorrect insertion «t any classified ad. For Sale Warm Morning heater and oil cook Moves. All kinds of used farming equipment.- Lee Wilson Co., Armorel, Ark. Phone 2088. 12|HckM 1842 Ford, radio, seal covcrs~spoTl light, new tires. Cnll 894 after a O'ClOCk. l'; ; J7-n BLYTHEV1LLB COURIER NEWS Bedroom, adjoining uath, with or without kitchen privileges. Phone 2 «0. 12 ; 28-i>k-31 Bedroom with kitchen i)rlvllegcs!"322 Enst Kentucky. Cnll before 7 pin. 12;2G-|)k-29 AlMlllj, 12 : 27-i)k-lj27 Rooms for men. HHJT.V Hospital beds. Wade Furniture Co _. 12|13-ck-13 120 ncre farm, good houses and burn, OIK- mile off grnvcl road near Bly- thcville. Place made l M tales cotton per ncre this year. Have mules and tools to work place mid will sell to party routing, if you can fiirnlsh self nml buy this equipment, write flox B. G.. <> Courier News, Blythcville. 12:27-ck-30 One 600 ncre trncl; one 300 acre tract; one 215 ncre tract; two 80 acre tracts; one 53 acre tract. AH good alluvial soil, located Southeast Missouri, Phone or write E B. Gee Cotton Co./ 2028. 12|ll-ck-lf Koom adjoining bath. Gentlemen only. Phono 2406. 613 Walnut. 12;o-pk-l[Q Office in Ingram' finltcllng. Inquire _i»l_ the Pnrkhiirst Co. ll-30-ck-tf ^ J " SJ ""-"^-v^-^J-^Art,^^^. Wanted •to acres Kami land on graded road near Manila. Good 3 room cypress Iw.vcd houso, metal roof. All fenced. An exceptional buy at $131.25 lier acre. Half cash. Good terms on balance at low interest rnte. Possession now. n. A. Ashnbrnn- __«VMnnlla. 12;25-plc-25 1910 I 1 !.- ton CMC with 2V. yard clump bed. 1940 Plymouth pickup Both have good rubber, In good condition, nt celling prices K M Urkln Service Station. 12;27-pk-li3 ___ __ 1935 model Ford, good Bob Hardin, Dell, Ark. condition" 12j20pk28 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blylhuville Machine Simp. 30-ck-11130 SO acres farm land, level, all fenced . and cross fenced, C'acres in wooded pasture, good house, barn, other outbuildings and electric lights Youm; orchard and grape vineyard Gravel road, school uus, Lakeside Consolidated School Good location. Two miles cost'and I 1 .-- miles NE Paragonld. Ark. See Walter Palmer, m. 5, Paragould. Reason for selling, ill health. i2l27-i>k-30 Corn, O.<its, Chops, Hay, Dniry"nml . Poultry Feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blythcville Grain & Elevator Co - - i2 ; 9-ck-lf fireworks. Buy fiarly. All kinds of iircworks, :Cj-,i;:a trees, fruiUs, nuts and candles. Joe Ifester's Grocery ami Market, N. Highway 01, Pho. King Alford jonquil bulbs. FirstYiic" Plant now. Beaton's Home of _^^ r - ll|20-ck-tf Electric ^tiui Bntlcry Radios. Ifsrdaway Appliance Co. 30-16-ch-lG ! .. Wood or coal circulator henter Might phone 3300. O. S. Rolllson. 10i25-ck-tf INSULATIC»ni Storm windows' weathorstripping. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. I2j26-ck-2G General merchandise and store fixtures. Building for rent. W. L Welborn. south of Roselaml, Art: , . ~~™™H 28 ~ !>k -' £ Of those persons examined by tuberculosis control officers, 13 persons in every 1,000 showed evidence of significant pulmonary tuberculosis. Part U^ monthly accounts In Dlythcvlllc and Osceola. Applicant must qualify for fidelity bond and work approximately 80 hours per month Write v fiilJy about yourself, giving telephone number, to BOX PPC, Courier News. 12|27-ck-30 Ivxjierienc'od frailer driver. Coca-Cola Bottling' Co. 12-28-C'k-30 CARRIER BOYS! We have several routes open— pay will range from S4 to $7. Apply to Mr. Hiilnes, Courier News office; 12i22-dh-tf Experienced waltressca 10-ck-tf Wanted to Buy Will- pay lOc for copy of Thursday, December 21st, Courier News, brought to office. I2|28-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 61, Phone 2632 - 12[l-pk-2-l Will pay cash for §10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per doa. for wire coat hungers. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Tivo or three room house. Call 2552. unfurnished 12j21-ck-ll3 ( PHILLIPS BUY YOUR CAR * Blytheville'sHighestUsedCarBuver ' — . i will pay you the TOP CASH PRICE for your Car. No Delay No Expense. No "Come-Back". ALL CASH. Avoid care and expense of your idle car Turn it into CASH, Buy Bonds and enable your car to provide essential transportation. Don't Sell Uniil You SeePhillips » Come In Today. 50 Cars Needed PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel 45J 6th * ^ $ $ $ Deaths In the United States between April 1, 19-10, anil Nov 1 ion numbered 4,993,000. Aii estimated 22.500 man-hours arc required to (jiii)d „,, tivcrrisc Arncrican bomber. COLD WEATHER SERVICE ^ASS,..new. FLOOR Sl^VTS nftd F. B. JOYNER Corner Second & Ash Sis. SERVICE STATION Phone DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON , TYPEWRITERS | 113 N. 2nd STREET (Every Trangadlon Must Be Satisfactory) PORTABLE I PHONE 3382 I Two or three roopi unfurnished apartment for lady, two grown daughters. V. E. Norton. Rt. 3. Unfurnished or furnished apartment or house. Permanent residents. Call Paul Caliaway, Ark. ^Gro._Co., 505 or 2625. I2|28-ck-lf For Sale or Trade Two "H" Farmall tractors and equipment. J. c. Johnson, 2". miles southeast, of Kennetl. Mo." )2i27-ck-29 Lost 511) rcn-ard for Blnck Suit Case taken out of Chevrolet pickup Saturday, December 23rd. No questions ask- ccl. Enna Clark, 250 Lewis St., Memphis, Tom. Phone 2C30B. 12|28-pk-l|I SVVork shoe rc- (pairs arc made here with the s.ime mctica- „ ^_^ .tlous cure used for most expensive shoes. Onr leathers arc long wearing and the best available for tlilj character work. If you want wear and comfort try us. Visit Us In Oar NEW BUILDING at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Parts A Service Phone Z12Z Chrjslcr Dealer 121 E. Main It jon trant to nnr more W« Bonds SELL US THE FURNITURE YOU ARE NOT USING, for cashl Also liberal trade-in allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. J E. Slain Phone 2302 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS Recfo! Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 5H Main Blythcville, Ark. Phone 2921 NOr/CE TO PROPERTY OWNERS _ and Iroiilng, lluve drylnc room. Willie Hell Given. North lll«hw«.v til, bnck of Mrs. wn rehouse. PRESCRIPTIONS Frtnhriit Bioi'k Gukmntecd W«rt Frlc«a Kirby Drug Store* Try Our "Own Made" ICE CREAM file Hickory Inn Across 1'Yoni High Scluiol Suvc SO'/c. (in TRUSSES Sleel and Kliislic STEWART'S Drug Store Main & l,n|tc Photic 2822 Dr, J, L Guard Optometrist a* Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Wl FILL All DOCTOKJ' PRESCRlPflOHI *NI) HAVE VOll MONKt STEWART'S BIDDLE EXTERMINAtdRS Roaches, Hal. »ni! Ml« rllra!- hated. C'dnlruct service 1m pest control. Odorless Methods, 115 S. Third riume Z751 Some people are under the impression that they can sell their cars to an individual for more money that they can get from a dealer. This is untrue. Under OPA regulations, a dealer can pay you just as much as any individual can pay you legally. Why Take A Chance? It Takes Only 5 to 10 Minutes To Trade With Us. 309 E. Kentucky HATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP You Wont To SELL YOUR CAR ... Or Want To Buy A GOOD USED CAR Sec Yonr STUDEBAKER DEALERS ,WE I'AY TOP CEIHNC PRICE fOK GOOD CARS CHAMBL1N SALES CO Ash & ii.ii. sis. ] HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured U. S. Marine Corps' leader, Brig.-Gen. 16 Symbol for samarium • U Garden tool 12 Operatic solo 13 Biblical pronoun 15 Wine vessel 17 Gazed 19 Is (Latin) 20 Curl 22 Decays 23 Roman philosopher 24 B'alsc report 26 Ascended 27 Treatise 28 iN'owspaper paragraphs 29 Toward 30 Palm lily 31 Sailing vesso! 34 Unclouded sky 38 Cuts 38 Goal antelope 40 Sailors Spinning toys 45 Cognomen 46 Late American humorist 47 Neck part iS Gibbon 60 From 31 Russian city 52 Charged atom M Nova Scotia (ab.) 15,56 He is new UKC Uusliini; AWHI KNOCKED YOUK SOMETHING SOU •WISHED? GEGfit!? HE-HE:... VYHW'S . .. HURRV? - HE/WE 1H|£ 1 NVJSTM craCWM OF HIS SCARED HI M KM.F J IMTO A CORNEG PICTURE WILL SHOVP me NEWS RIGHT c YOU DOING' HOME SO EARLY?, WAS JUST LEAWtMG FOR THE DANCE/ LET s GO, JUNE .' I'VE NEVER. BEEN SO EMUARRASSfiD W MY WHOLE UFE GOSH, WlfAT'll- YOUR DAD 11-IINK OP MY FOLKS 1 rrf\r~— r WE'RE OIN'G 10 RI OU'RE . VER AlERRlBlE VHAVEA 1T£WT ON OUR UVES WAS DECAU5F OF (HI; IMVEGIIGA.TION- CARE BACK FRAC1ICIN' UP FOR A JOB IM W OCCU5. RE.D RIDER "V WASH TUBBS LKSL1E TURNER PILOT'S IUT, B DEAD, COl ON 19 Facility 21 Dislikes greatly 23 Civilian 25 Indian pensanfs 36 Natives of. Home 37 Pitchers 41 At that time •!2 Shield bearing 43 Italian river THIS PLANES WO ORDINARY TOJO; IT5A6RANO H if, IF THAr JAP'S STILL ALIVE HE MAY TRV TO SHOOT! 20 Cosmic orders « Levantine 31 Swcdisli feaport M Chaplet 33 Wrap in cerecloth 35 Russian mountain ketch •IT Having three parts (comb. form> 48 Also 51 Either 53 Near (ab.) HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES EUGAR MARTIN Clinmhlin Rill U. S. Marine Leader head of the U. S. n via lion VERTICAL 1 Celebrated 2Exclomnlion 3 Cut off superfluous parls "I Forest creolure 5 Slag G War god 7 Disencumber 8 Sun god 9 Universe 10 Dedicate 14 Short jackets 1C Points a weapon 38 Daybreak (comb, form)

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