The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1945 · Page 5
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_2UKS1)AY, JANUARY 2, 11)45 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING, INFORMATION Tin ll» . _ i Dally rn t c I)er Une {or consccu t| Ve insertions; Minimum charge 50o 1 two per line 150 Z tunes per line per day I2c J rimes per iin e pc r day 3c J U| nes.pcr line per day 7c 12 times pcr line per day 5o l Month per line 90c Ads ordered for three or six times ana stopped before expiration will Be charged lor the number of times tno ad appeared 'nnd adjustment of bill made. ; S' AH Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must • be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above tuble. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect 'insertion nf._any classified nd. For Sale Furnished bedroom, kitchen privilege; couple only. Phone 2182 af- . '"_?:___ lll-pk-4 Three room furnished apartment Couple only. 301 Lilly, after C'30 J" 1 ^ 12;30-pk-ll3 Furnished apartment. 1014 wTciioT- l 'V- . l|l-pk-8 Fir Rent BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Comfortable cleim bed room Kitchen privileges. No children. 811 Chickasiiwba. l|l-pk-4 Furnished apartment. First house norlh of HufTmau Lbr. Co. lllwny l(2-pk-5 Rooms for men, Harry Atkins 12j21-pk-l|27 120 acres, will share crop or rent, Write or cnll John Bombolaski phono 3114. 12i30-pk-l'6 1939 Mercury four door, good tires. Vis. 'Ivey, rear apt. Cobb Funeral _3°'he. • •. ljl-plt-4 FarftiR.ll tractor, i<-i ton truck7ATc~ combine, pair five year old mules Huasell Gill, Rosclnnd. l<2-pk-9 Warm Morning heater and'oiTcookl stoves. All kinds of used farming equipment. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel, Ark. Phone 2088. I2|l4ckl1 One of the nicest homes on the mai^ ket in Blytheville. Has six rooms with 2 baths. Hardwood floors Arcola heat. Has one of the best arranged kitchens you've ever seen: On 2 lots in choice residential area. See Jiinmie Stevenson Noble Gill Agency, for appointment. ^ l|2-cit-8 Tractor stalk cutters. Blythevlllc . ._Machlnejhop. i|l-ck-tf 1940 Oldstnoblle, 2-doo"r T ~clean low mileage. One Philco oattery radio with new battery. Call Hop Nell J™^ l|2-pk-5 Typewriter, good condltlonTliTE __OKerry. 12l30- P k-ljai45 1940 Ford four-door sedan? five good tfres. Inquire at Gene Folk's Garage or call 10-F-li, stcele. _J ^_ ljl-pk-4 FARMS FOR SALE 245 acres big creek bottom and building site on Crow ley's Ridge, most of it in cultivation,' 456 miles' from Jonesboro on gravel road; good land; price S« per acre. ' 880 acres >i in cultivation, facing concrete road 1',{, miles, six houses, electric pump and well, uncleared land in pasture, can all be culti- . vated; 6 miles from Jonesboro, St Francis valley. Price $44000.00. 200 acres, Oklahoma near Foteau 120 acres in cultivation, surrounded by government reservation. Suited for corn, cotton, hay, cattle & ho[!S. Price $2000.00. Write H. M. Cooley, Jonesboro, Ark. - l-l-pk-5 Hospital beds. Wade Furniture Co 12|13-ck-i3 Bedroom -with kitchen prlvilcges~~3T5 So. Division. 12;30-pk-l ! a ISO acre farm, good houses and tarn, one mile off gravel road near Ely- tlicvlllc. Place made I'/, bales cotton per ncre this year. Have mules and tools to work place and will sell to party renting. If you can furnish self and buy this equipment, write Box B. G., Ct Courier News, Blytheville. 12 ; 27-ck-l[3|45 One COO acre tract; one 300 ncre tract; one 275 acre tract; two 80 acre tracts; one 53 acre tract All good alluvial soil, located Southeast Missouri. Phone or write E B. Gee Cotton' Co., 202C. 12|ll-ck-tf Room adjoining bath. Gentlemen only. Phone 2400. 613 Walnut. 121B-pk-l|6 Office in Ingram Building. Inquire at the Pnrkhurs', Co. H-30-ck-tf Wnllrcss—must be willing to work, else do not apply. RUSTIC INN 12129-ck-tf CAKHIEU BOYS I We have several routes open—pay will range from $4 to 57. Apply to Mr. Htilnes, Courier News office. 12|22-dh-U Pre-war bicycles and tricycles Ohlsm's Bike Shop. Phone 595 12]30-pk-ljGj45 1942 Ford, radio, seat covers? spotlight, new t:-es. Call 894 alter 6 o'clock. 12127-pk-l|3 1840'lit ton CMC with 2',-'. yard (lump bed. 1340 Plymouth pickup Both have good rubber, in good condition, at ceiling prices. K M Larkin Service Station. 12j27-pk-l|3 One';Simmons Roll-a-way bed. Used 3 weeks. Phone 3175. 12|29pk-l|5 Johu Deere tractor in A-l condition. A real tractor lor plowing and discing on steel. At mill sjic on South 21st St., in Pride Addition. O. S. Rollison. 12'30-ck-l'C Experienced cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck-u Wanted to Bun Jersey cow with second or third calf nnd giving four gallons iter- '"«" Pranks, Kt. 3. ij2-pk-9 Cinderella electric washer. Phone 2368 - 12l29-i>k-lj5 Before you sell your furTsee Joe Hester and Son for highest prices. Dealers in raw fur. Joe Hester's Grocery, N. Highway 61, Phone _2C32. 12|l-pk-2-l Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furnl- Inrc. Wade Furniture Co. Situations Wanted Frethwt PHILLIPS „ 6 ..,_^ BUY YOUR CAR« Kir ^rDfiiTstores ^ jHytheVille'sHighestUsedCarBuyer " " •• ' * v* M- . will pay you the TOP CASH .PRICE for your Car. No Delay. Ko Ex- pcnso. 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 Until You SeePhillipsr »Come In Today. 50 Cars Needed* 1 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. " Tel 453 Walnut at 5th COLD WEATHER SERVICE .. an(l REf>AIR WORN TOPS! F. B. JOYNER Coiner Second & Ash Sts. MATS ""d REPLACE SERVICE STATION Phone Zflll DON EDWARDS "The TjpewHfer Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA 1IB N. 2nd STREET (Every Transacllon Must Be Satisfactory) POUTABLE p .Wil'l pay 20c per doz. for wire Coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. ~~——— ~ ^~^, Wanted To Rent If you have a furnished apartment or small house available soon, call • Mrs. Hill at Goodyear, 2492 Permanent, reliable, references. . 12j30-|jk-i;6 Garage near as possible to 112 E Davis. Phone 463. lp-pk-5 Two or three room unfurnished house. Call 2552. 12|27-ck-ll3 Unfurnished or furnished apartment or house. Permanent residents. Cnll Paul Callaway, Ark Gro. Co.*M5jor 2625. 12128-ck-tf Services 40 acres good land on graded road near Manila. Good 3 room cypress boxed house, metal roof. All fenced. An exceptional buy at $131 ->5 per acre. Half cash. Good terms on balance at low interest rate Possession now. R. A. Aslmbrrin- er, Manila. 12[25-pk-25 Corn, Oats, Chops, HayTDalry^Kl Poultry Feeds. Custom feed grind- ins. Blytheville Grain & Elevator ^°__ I2;9-ck-tf Electric and Raft cry Rndios. Hardaway Appliance Co. ^_ 10-16-ch-lC Wood or coal circulator heater Night phone 3309. o. S. Rollison'. 10i25-ck-tf INSULATION — siorrn windows | weatlierslripping. E. c. Robinson Lumber Co. 12 ; 20-ck-2G General merchandise and store 'fixtures. Building for rent, w. i, Welborn, south of Homeland, Ark! Lnxi Laundry finished; curtains washed and stretched, 216 W. Davis. lj2-pk-5 Washing and Ironing. Have drying room. Willie Cell Green, North Highway Gl, back of Mrs. Scruggs' ^J«"^h^use.^^^^^i2ji3-nfc _ 13 j.j 5 Traffic Hazards BOSTON (U.P.)—There are no fewer automobiles iisiii" Massachusetts highways, according, to an estimate by Motor Vemcle Registrar Rudolph F. King. Shea Her life time pen lost Friday afternoon. Reward. Phone 2631. l;2-ck-5 One gold idenliflcatlon bracelet with name "Gordon Hammock," Phone S497. Reward. I[l-pk-4 Gold lapel pin. Rewajrd. Call 2160 '.'•,'" lU-ck-i IWork shoe re[pairs arc made here with the same metlcu- Alous care used for most expensive shoes. Our leathers arc long wearing and the best available for this character work. If you want wear and comfort try us. 'f P>n want to Boy more War Bonds SELL US HIE FURNITURE VOO ARE N'OT USING, for cash! Also liberal trade-in allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 3 E. Slain Phone 1302 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS Recta! Diseases o Specialty , (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2921 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites .may !,o ruining your property. Call me to check up without cost or obligation. RATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK 30D E. Kentucky H.C. BLANKENSH1P Phone 2350 You Want To SELL YOUR CAR . . . Or Want To Buy A GOOD USED CAR Sec Your , ; i STUDEBAKER ; -M ! DEALERS WE PAY TOP CEILING PRICE FOR GOOD OARS. CHAMBUH SALES GO. Ash & R.R. sts. 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