The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1945 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 1, 1945
Page 5
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_JHONDAY, JANUARY I. 104S CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION f ° r consecutlve Minimum 'chnrgo ...... . ....... 50o I ™ I*r line * times per | lne per dny 3 times per Hue per day 15 12 19 n * ""' l«r uny, 1C "times per line per day 5 0 1 ™™th per line 00 C •fWS ordered for three or six times ana stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times «ic at! appeared and adjustment of ^, Ml made. v- All- Classified Advertising copy submitted by' persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Hates may bo easily computed from the above table Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rate • No responsibility will be t&kei for more than one incorrect insertion " f """ classified nd. " * * -—v^w—^_ for Sale 1939 Mercury four door; good tires Mrs. Ivcy, rear apt. Cobb Funeral Home. in_,,i, , Rent 3om(oi'table clean bed room Kitchen, privileges. No children. 817 ChlckHStvwba. l|l-pk-4 Furnished bedroom, kitchen privilege; couple only. Phone 2182 af- _ lc ^ . Ijl-pk.^ Three room furnished apartment Couple only. 901 Lilly, after 0-30 J^; 12130-pk-ll3 Furnished apartment. 1G14 wTcher l|l-pk-8 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. . J2|27-jik-l|27 120 acres, will share crop or rent Write or call John BomUolaski 31M. 12;30-pk-lje Hospital beds. Wade Furniture Co . 12113-ck-13 Bedroom with kitchen prlviicgeTTvB Rn ™"'='"" 12;30-pk-li3 So. Division, 120 acre form, good houses and barn one mile of! gravel road near Blytheville. Place made I'/, bales cotton per acre this year. Have mules and tools to work place and \vlll sell to party renting. If you can furnish self mid buy this equipment, write Box B. G., % Courier News, Blytheville. 12i27-ck-l[3'45 m equipment. Lee Wilson Co Ar ' — or apartment. 404 _. 12;30-pk-l[2 - * - --.~i, 1111.11111 V>U, t t\£- • . jporcl, Ark. Phono 2088. 12|H C bH 'one 600 acre tract; „„„ Jw ttcre TmctoTltllk c l ,llers~5iyTheTmc'l ^\ ° n f 275 ncre lracl : tw ° «» Machine Shop. , i. r l'» "™ ' r ? 1 ?. t . s .:° n = ?3 acre tract. All l|l-ck-tf Machine Shop. Typewriter, good condition 121 E ^Cherry^ 12j30-pk-i;c;45 19*0 Fora four-door sedan, five good tires. Inquire at. Gene Folk's Garage or call 10-F-n, Steele. . l!l-pk-4 Standard size, standard inake~glrl ; s bicycle. Excellent condition, spot headlight, rear light reflector, good leather seat, wire basket. i« ' llse - >-ce $35. Call 2734 evenings between 6__ and 7: "0 O'clock. 12l30-pk-lj2 good nlluvial soil, located Southeast Missouri. Phone or write E B. Gee Cotton Co., 2028. . 12jll-ck-tf Small house, lights and hydrant; no bath, 2 miles No. on Hiway C! p '•'. mile west on gravel road. Ethel Wheeler. 12j30-nk-ll2 Room adjoining bath. Gentlemen only. Phone 2496. 613 Walnut. 12|S-pk-l|6 . FARMS FOR SALE 2« acres big creek bottom and building site on Crowley's Ridac <L, most of it in cultivation. 4V- miles V, from Jonesboro on gravel road- good laud; price $40 per acre. 880 acres !'. In cultivation, facing concrete road l',4 miles, six houses electric pump and well, uncleared land in pasture, can nil be cultivated; 6 miles from Jonesboi-o st Francis valley. Price $44000 00 • 200. acres, Oklahoma near Putemi 120 acres in cultivation, surround- on by government reservation. Suited for corn, cotton, hay, cut, tie & hogs. Price $2000.00. Write H. M. Cooley, Jonesboro, Ark, - l-l-pk-5 Pre-war bicycles m\ tricycles cnism's Bike Shop. Phone 596. _ 12]30-pk-lI6J45 1942 Ford, radio, seat covers, spotlight, new tires. Call 894 nftcr C o'clock. 12j27-pk-I|3 1040 ]',i ton CMC with 2^~y~ard dump bed. 1940 Plymouth pickup. Both have good rubber, in good condition, nl. ceiling prices. K M Larkin Service Station. ... .• - 12!27-pk-113 One Simmons Ro)l-a-way bed Used 3 Weeks. Phone 3175. ]2!2Bpk-]l5 John Dccrc trader in A-l condition. A real tractor for plowing and discing on steel. At mill site on South 21st St., in Pride Addition. O. S. Rollison. 12|30-ck-l]0 40 acres good land on graded road near -Manila. Good 3 room cypress boxed house, metal roof. All fenced. An exceptional buy at $13125 per acre. Half cash. Good (erms on balance at low interest rate Possession now. R. A. Ashabraner, Manila. 12J25-pk-25 Corn, Gate, Chops, Hay, Dairy and Office In Ingram Building. Inquire tjlie^Parkhuist Co. 11-30-ck-tf Help Wanted Waitress-must be willing to work else do not apply. RUSTIC INN. 12j23-ck-tf Need parts man for our new uulo irasilion— business. Permanent gocd salary. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO ' Phone 422 121 w. Ash'st. 12j29-ck-2 ' CARRIER BOYS! We have several routes open—pay will range from ?4 to $7. Apply to Mr. Haincs, Courier News office 12|'22-dh-tt Experienced cooks and waitresses _Appls^Hptel Noble. 10-ck-tf Wanted to Bug Cinderella elecTruTVasher. Phone 12|28-pk-l|5 2368. Want to buy ndtiing machine, large office safe and typewriter. Tom Little Realty Co. 12j29-ck-2 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ^ $ $ J PHILLIPS :WILL BUY YOUR CAR* I Blytheville'sHighestUsedCarBuyer DD^c'i pS * m V? y you fhc TOP CA SH « PRICE for your Car. No Delay. No Expense. No "Come-Back". ALL CASH. «N» Avoid core and expense of your idle car. Turn if into CASH, Buy Bonds and <* enable your car to provide essential M transportation. ** I Don't Sell Until YjuSeePhiilipsj' -Come In Today. 50 Cars Heeded* 1 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. TeL 45J Walnut «t 5th COLD WEATHER SERVICE . \vc instill ATJTO f^T AQQ T^T r\r\n »• I SEAT ' COVKRS and own Am ..' i »,.,,>, . _5 WORN TOPS! F. B. JOYNER GLASS ' RBPAIR ''"' d SERVICE STATION Phone 2611 Basiling nnd Ironlnc, llnvo dryhiK room, Willie noil ciiecn, Nor in . Highway 01, back of Mrs, Scrums' ^jvnrdiouso, 12|13-|ik-l3|M5 PRESCRIPTIOKS Kirby Drag Stores Try Our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Across From Hlgli School Snve G0% On TRUSSES Slccl and Elastic STEWART'S Drug Store & Luke Phone 2822 Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" R ° YAL - 8MrrH ' C ° R0 ^K™°™ <™LE 118 N. 2nd STREET „„„„ (E^ry Tratmclion Must Be Sa(fc, ac * or / HONE S38! Before you sell your fur, see Joe] •Hester imd Son for highest prices Dealers In raw fur. Joe Hester's! Grocery, N. Highway 81, Phone 2C32 - 12jl-pk-2- Will pay cash for -510,000 worth of good used furn!- hire. Wade Furniture Co Will pay 20c per cloz. for wire coa liangers. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Rent If yon have a furnished apnrtmen or small house available soon call sirs. Hill at Goodyear, 2432. Permanent, reliable, references. 12!30-pk-I[0 , , _,._,.„, ^.,4_j , j^f,»ij_y clliU. ~. ' —~ ' . Poultry Feeds. Custom feed grind- 1>vo or tnrcc room unfurnished ing. Blythevllle Grain & Elevator I house. Call 2552. 12|27-ck-l[3 Electric and Haffcr Hardaway Appliance Co. ^___ 10-lG-ch-lG jWopd or con! 'circulator heater • . Night phone 3309. O. 8. RoIIIson' "•,: 10!2S-ck-tf INSULATION - Storm windows Watherstripping. E. C. Hobinson Liimber Co. 12;2G-cfc-2fi '"-"• General merchandise and store Rx- tures. Building for rent, w L Welborn, south of Hosclnnd, Ark. Of those persons examined by tuberculosis control officers, 13 persons In every 1,000 showed evidence of significant pulmonary tiibcrcii- losls. ~-w~^A^~ Lost 2(1 or furnished apartment or house. Permanent residents. Cairpaul Callaway, Ark. Situations Wanted Experienced bookkeeper and secretary now employed, but must change to be near family References. Write Box M. J., % Cour- 12j29-pk-i[5!45 One gold identification bracelet with name "Gordon Hammock." Phone 2497. Reward. l|l-pk-4 Gold lapel pin. Reward. Call 21C5 *~~~-~~~~—™™_i!jbj :ic ~'' Announcements The Courier News has been authorized (o announce the following candidacies for the Municipal Election in April. Municipal Judge GEORGE W. BARHAM Work shoe re[pairs are made liere with the same metlcn- - Klous care used for most expensive shoes. Our leathers .ire long- wearing and the best available lot thij character work. If you want wear and comfort try ns. ,H-flLT€BS + QUBUTY SHOe SHOP /V2» W. 'MrttN STc* M jon want to onj more War fonds SKLL US 1HE FURNITURE ARE NOT USING, for cashl Also liberal trade-in aDowanca for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 3 E. Main Phone 2302 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty .EXCEPT CAHCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main BlyHievlllc, Ark. Phone 2921 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may he ruining your property. Call me to check up without cost or obligation. KATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BUHKENSHIP 309 E. Kenfuclty Tlione 2350 You Wont To SELL YOUR CAR ... Or Want To Buy A GOOD USED CAR Sec Yonr STUDEBAKER DEALERS WE I'AIT TOP CEILING PKICE FOR GOOD CAKS CHAMBLIN SALES CO. WE FILL AM, DOCTORS- PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Lake phone 28 ! BIDDLE I EXTERMINATORS Roaches, !Rat» am] MIc* eliminated. Conlracl seirlce In pc*t control. Odorless Methods. US 8. Third Phone 1751 ARI Some people are under the impression that they can sell their cars to an individual for more money fhat.they can get from a dealer. This is untrue. Under OPA regulgtions, 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. Loy Eich Chevrolet (o. ,~V!!!> I '>jy l !».t. \Vhoi-c_mid When BUI THE'TWPE T V. T. HAMLIN Ash & IJ.K. sis. Lex Chamblin Dill Chamblin ; HOKIZONTAI. 1 Pictured U. S. Army man, Lt.-Cen. 11 Mineral rock 12 Equal 1 3 Lyric poem 14 Before !5 Notion 1<3 Kitchen vilcnsil IT Ocean 18 Behold! Part of spceeli 30 Skin opening •<0 Hypothetical force - 12 Calcium (symbol) ''3 Tennessee Valley Authon'ty (ab.) lf> Measure of land 'fl ravl of body ">i Raced '3 Amphibian ve- £cn-,bling frog H High card i-5 JIo lends Americans irv , KING 60?, OOP'S TRlR DOSNEO AT RETORTS Cf THE iMVftN *X& COOH mrotit , FROS,\ MIS MJvresry, KINS GOZ — HE'S BEEN AS' HERE'S it v/vi _. _ TURT SAP WITH AH TMEN\ Twni .tA»N WJ\~ TKEEP YCUR FftvS 1 'iff W PROPERTY J VOU LEMIBN USUAL,ARE IN A HAZE.' OOP I5WA SPOT-HE B01.0 THE«lvaS TO HElP PS WOS'MUS WftNCE THE T)Mf-,SUCHINE .-'-"_'.'_!^5J1. " tl"!JSU5C_'J *'H*X;Kt,fc;iS ANJJ HIS FKfKNUM . UPSTAIRS SOAKING HIS peer IM MOT VWtR I H| WANTS ME To THINK HE CM •'TAK5 IT "AS WBiL AS I CAN / HAVE-YOU-BEEN I Ell, PE4CF . RESTORED ONCe MOOE IN THE- MCGOOSEy HOUSEHOLD. Tut?PARiy is OVER AMD HAS MAD A To "t HIMSELF AS OTHERS HAS POP SEEN IT n. IMSByNtASEBUCti I!.H. mau. s, PAT I IHOLIC'HI AMTE.D TO f\ c WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNER HERE'S THAT JAP IOENnFY(N(3 D-VICB ^ THAT MI6HT HELP OUR) BEIM6 OETECTE"^ RECOM PLANE 6ET / PIASE SPOTTERS All PA6TMPRAOAR, /^ OVER COLONEl NO, 80T THERE'S \/ y^LJ (AE4.N LESS. CHAMCE 0' \ THEY MI6HT BEIN6 PISCDVEREP \ TAKE IT FOR SO SOOH,IFWE USE THEIR MEW A PLANE THE/MAY k WO f MISTAKE «R THEIR OWU-OURP-47J aw.; BUT IT is OOTOFSW6E,El ! EM \*TK EXTRA, tWiKSi J SUPPOSE, wortw: HAMS AN ANSWER TO THAT, m WEI, . -,j,iJijn— ir 11 cio'sa |[\j ,~,<C3H KNOUGHl N JAPA.M THEY WCM'T BE SO AlERT FOR A p'4l ^tU/"C IT'^ CAD /*iinr/v st i/tttf- rt*ii>*»- 21 Inlei national 38 Accomplish language 39 Father 22 Within 41 Facts 24 Each (ab.) 42 Grant Weight (nb.) 43 Three (prefix} 2G Rock 14 Moving truck 27 Anger 45 Also 2!) 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