The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1945 · Page 7
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JANUAKV CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line tor consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 50o > time per line 15o 2 times per line per day I2o 3 times per Hue per day Uc 5 times pel- line per day 7o 12 times per lino per day 5c 1 Monti> per line 90c Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of tlnies the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by casli. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one lime rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion "f any classified ail. " V w*^wy^ For Sale COURIER Ucclroom, near bus line. 1513 Hcani. Ii3-pk-10 Furnished apartment. 1C 14 W. Clier- T. l|l-pk-8 Karmnl) tractor, l',{. ton truck, A. C, combine, pair five year old mules Russell GUI, Rosclniul. l|2-pk-9 4A Baired Rock and Leghorn roosters raised from U. S. approved and . .pullorum tested cliicks. 53.00 each 1301 W. Asli. Phone 2807. ' , lj3-pk-8 Rent Rooms for men, Hnrry Atkins. 12127-pk-l|21 120 acres, will share crop or rent. Write or call John Bombolaskl, phone 3114. 12i30-pk-l|o Hospital beds. Wade Furniture Co. 12]13-ck-13 One 600 acre tract; ono 300 ncre tract; one 275 acre tract; two 80 acre tracts; one 53 acre tract. All good alluvial sol), located Southeast Missouri. Phone or write E D. Gee Cotton Co., 2026. 12111-ck-tf Room adjoining bath. Gentlemen only. Phone 2496. 613 Walnut. 12;c-pk-l[3 Office In Ingram Building, inquire ^MheJ>arkhiirst Co. 11-30-ck-tf Wante* to But Jersey cow second or third calf ami giving four gallons. Herman Pranks, Kt. 3. l|2-pk-9 Cinderella 2368, Warm Morning heater and oil cook stoves. All kinds of used farming equipment. Lee Wilson Co., Ar- morcl, Ark. Phone 2C8B. 12|14ckl4 One' of the nicest homes on the market 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 Jimmlc Stevenson, Noble Gill Agency, for appointment. I>2-ck-9 Blytheville l|l-ck-tf Tractor stalk cutters. Machine Shop. 55 Acres South of Blytheville on Hwy. 61. Good 5 room dressed lumber house with front and back porch. Fair barn. Tenant house. Every bit of this land will produce alfalfa, cotton or soybeans. This' year's crop speaks for itself. ?165 per acre— terms. 80 Acres in Pcmiscot Cly. Mo: NW of Steelc. On gravel road, school and mail routes. 2 extra good 4 room painted houses. 2 good barns. Place has large loan— will not lake much to handle. RIALES LAND CO. Russell E. Rial es Glencoe Hotel, Ph. 4G4 l!4-pk-7 electric washer. Phone J2|29-pk-l|5 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 2G32. 12|l-pk-2-l PHILLIPS : WILL BUY YOUR CAR* '"' ' ' M ^Blytheville'sHighestilsedCarBuyer - * Phillips will pay you Hie TOP CASH ~ PRICE for your Car. No Delay. No Expense. No "Come-Back". ALL CASH. «i * Avoid care and expense of your idle car. Turn it into CASH, Buy Bonds and ** enable your car to provide essential .. transportation. v» Will pay cash for §10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20e per doz. for wire coat iangers.JiIud50ii Cleaners. Small house or apartment, furnished or unfurnished, by civil service employee, will lie located here for year, connected with malaria control, two children of school age Phone 2143. i]4-pk-ll : Don't Sell Until You See Phillips »Conte In Today. 50 Cars Needed* 1 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. „ 40 acre farm near school or school route. Can finance and furnish self. Lifetime experience. J. c. Coleman, Hermondalc, Mo. ' lj3-pk.-8 If you have a furnished apartment or small house available soon, Cj\ll Mrs. Hill at Goodyear; 2492. Permanent, reliable, references. 12j30-pk-l[6 Garage near as possible to 112 E, Davis. Phone 463. lj2-pk-5 ___ __ _ 1940 Oldsmobile, 2-door; clean, low mileage. One Philco battery radio . with new battery. Call Hop Neil 2952. I!2-pk-5 Typewriter, gootl condition. 121 E. Cherry. 12i30-pk-l|G;45 FARMS FOR SALE " 2-15 • acres big creek bottom and building site:pn-Ciowley's-Rldj;c,- most of it in cultivation, V.'-. miles from Jonesboro on gravel road; good land; price $40 per acre. 880 acres ',i in cultivation, facing concrete road I'.i miles, six houses, electric pump and well, uncleared land in pasture, can all.lie cultivated; 6 miles from Jonesboro, St. Francis valley. Price $4-10(10.00. 200 acres, Oklahoma near Poleau, 120 acres in cultivation, surrounded by government reservation. Suited for corn, cotton, hay, cattle & hogs. Fi-ice $2000.00. Write H. M. Cooley, Jonesboro, Ark. l-l-pk-5 Unfurnished or furnished apart merit or house. Permanent residents. Call Paul Callnway, Ark Gro. Co., 505 or 2625. 12j28-ck-tf Services LIST YOUR CITY PROPERTY with HTALRS LAND CO. -. -.•."••---j-Russell E. Rialcs, Glencoc Hotel, Ph. 4G4 I have hud so 'innny calls from people wnntlng to buy or sell recently that I am going to start handling city property. 114-pk-ll Tel 453 Walnut at 8th Situations Wanted PAGE- sayjKj';. 'X|>erlcnccd bookkeeper and secretary now employed, but must change to be near family. References. Write iJox M, J., ','„ CBMI'- !cr News. I2i29-nk-l|6|15 fie*| l>rit«* Kirby 9rng Store* Try Our "Own Mudo" ICE CREAM Glc Hickory Inn Across From High School Save M% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S Drug Store Mnin & Luke Phono 2822 Dr. J. L Guard Optometrist «* Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main COLD WEATHER SERVICE —We install AUTO GLASS, new FLOOR MATS and •SEAT COVERS, and REPAIR and REPLACE if UICiN lv)I b I F B JOYNFR • . U. J\J\ ntl\ Corner Second & Ash Sta. SERVICE STATION p how) Laundry finished; curtains washed and stretched. 216 W. Davis. Washing and Ironing. Have drying room. Willie Bell Green, North Highway 61, hack of Mrs. Scruggs' warehouse. 12113-pk-13|'45 Lout Pre-war bicycles and tricycles. Chlsm's Bike Shop. Phone 59S. i 12;30-pk-liGj45 GOLD' WATCH with REWARD. Call 2303. gold band. l|4-pk-8 One Simmons Roll-a-way bed. Used 3 weeks. Phone 3175. I2|20pk-l|5 John Deere tractor in A-l condition. A real tractor for plowing and discing on steel. At mill site oil South 21st St., in Pride Addition. O. S. Rollison. 12130-ck-i;6 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 terms on balance at low interest rate. Possession now. R. A. Ashabraner, Manila 12j25-pk-25 Corn, Oats, Chops, Hay, Dairy and Poultry Feeds. Custom feed grinding. BlytheviJle Grain & Elevator Co - 12,9-ck-tf ShcafTer life time pen lost Friday afternoon. Reward. Phone 2631. Farm Needs Bring us your poultry, hog and stock health problems. We carry a complete fresh stock of Lcderle scrums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main & Railroad. — ~. l|4-ck-4 The birch tree bug of the British Isles watches over its eggs until they hatch and then covers them as a hen covers her chicks. We Pay TOP CEILING PRICES For Good Used Cars! '" • • f Drop In At Voilr STUDEBAKER DEALERS We Have A Complete SE It VICE I) KPT. Gene Oslx.rne T., Tn Clinrge. 'Come In And Visit Us CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Ash & R.n. Sis. Lex Chamblin Bill Ohamblin Phflne Z195 WK FILIj AU. I)OCfORi}' PRESCRIPtlONS AND 8AVK YOU MONKY STEWART'S Drug Store Main & lake 1'hane 28(;; BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Rail and Mice eliminated. Coiitmct itrvice In ptsl control. Odorless Methods. 1(5 S. Third Phone 2151 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 in-' dividual can pay you legally. Why Take A Chance? It Takes Only 5 to 10 Minutes To Trade With Us, ALLEY OOP I'liniilise Doesn't |,ns| BOYOBOV.'IS Tills MB t\ SWELL 1 SHOUL^A RUN KIMG WUR Off HIS THROME ' OMO TIME AGOV l-l/VW, WltV\ ME SETTIM' LHMI/VN PVVLACE.OL' GU2 AM'HIS S WOULDN'T waiHIM"T'\goRt5V ABOUT -fc-fft,* I-IEII.' \--- i "-^ 1 THASSA, SRE/ST / Ol-l,Vt)UI3 .' LOOIOT Me,MarA<:At3D i IMTl-l V. T. liAMLHf* THCRE'S AM WADING : ACMV PPCOAcHlMfl THE ~ BM-ACE.'/ FRECKLES AND HIS tfUIHNDS ~" !>r«iii|il Ucpl . i——' ' " "" ' " " ' f "• ''H"*" -T-- - ".- ----. - < *- — - - NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. Call • me to check un without cost or obligation. RATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK 303 E. Kentucky H. C. BLANKENSHIP ij. / !]:| Plione Z3M Bleclrir and R;it(ery Radios. HardniiRv Appliance Co. IO-lG-ch-16 Wood or coal clrculntor hcntir Night phone 3309. O. S. Rolllson! 10125-ck-tf INSULATION — Storm windows weatherstripplng. E. C. Robinson ^ Ca^_^^^ 12 : 26-ck-26 Help Wanted Waitress—must be wililns to work. else do not apply. RUSTIC iNhl 12i20-ck-tf CARRIER BOYsi " We have several routes open—pay will range from $4 to $7. Apply to Mr. Halncs, Courier News office. 12j22-dh-tf Experienced cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck-tf JlVork shoe re- |[ialrs ure made licre with the same mellcu- care oj;rd for most exjicnsrte shoes. Our Icall'crs are long wearing and the licsf available for this character work. If you want wear and comfort fry as. !f yon want to Buy more W»r tlonds SELT, US THE FURNITURE VOU ARE NOT USING, for eajih! Also liberal trade-In allowance for old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Fum. Co. 3 K. Main Phone «OZ DRS. N!ES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and T :30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Ulylhcvllle, Ark. Phone 2921 DON EDWARDS "The Typfcwriler Man" ROYAL, SMira, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWEIITERS ' . 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 33S2 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) Governor : 'HORIZONTAt 7 Zodiacal 1,7 Pictured U. constellation S. governor 8 Railroad (ab.) 12 Asylum ' 9 Ever (conIf.) 14 Hounded 10 Greek lelter 15 Observe 11 Fiber knots 10 Wingliko part '•* Porgy 17 Mystic 14 Also syllable 19 Inertness 18 Knock 20 Makes 19 He Isgoverpov Sorrowful i WONDER. WHAT THEY'RE LIKE, ANYWAY, TO DRIVE PEOPLE AWAY? How CO/WE PEG'S \ L GATHER. THAT ARE MOVING \ PEG'S POLKS pur of THEIR .House? ) DIDN'T GO ran. QUESTION. QMEB'OD/ LIVED V FOR-YEARS' ?p— THF PEOPLE \UHO JUST MOVED ISJTO THIS HOUSE/ HAND OVER THM PACKA.GE-1C UNDE.R . . TAKE .TVIIS, TfOtl RATS; DROP TW.-IT GUH- WASH TUBES of.—1 21 Weighting 21 Predisposed lcnti 24 Cogrtorrtcns 22 Rhode Island 28 Existed 20 Perfect deity 42 In the manner (ab.) 27 Frozen rain of 33 Indian army 43 Beverage (ab.) 04 Interest (ab.) 34 Scratch 45 Golf fcachv 35 Subjected lo 48 Portuguese milling coin (ab.) 36 Early English 49Onfarl6 (ab.) 23 Stove parts (ab.) 50 Belongs lo II 30 Symbol fov 25 Repasts 40 Rodent 52 Any erbium 26 Babylonian -il Content! 54 Millimeter SlAmbary 32 Aromatic plants ' 35 Skirmish 37 Fundamental 38 Inflow. 39 Advents 43 Point 48 Rough lava 47 Ailing 48 King (Fr.) 51 Enraptured 53 Substance 55 Make aiynds 50 Acknowledges VERTICAL 1 Doctors (ab.) ' 2 Tiny 3 Native ol (suffix) • 4 Greek (ab.) . SCiifed ; « Having height Alterations in Progress AiiZFOKE ENGINEERS REMOVE ARMOR PUTE AND GUMS TO SAVE WEIGHT FOR EXTRA rua, INSTM.ITHEJAP AUTOMMIC ID!U- TimilG DEVICE WE'LL SOOli HAVf THIS AERIAL ' CAMERA MOUNTED UIIDER THE SHIP'S BELLY, CAPTAIN! VUK Y YOU'U HAVE TO GET UNDER EACH WIHG AND \ on- IKE GROUND wnii A ft MEDIUM UMDERTHE MI61irv HEAVV THU[IDER30tT- FU5EIA6E WILL ADD BUI SHE'S DONE IT BEFORE.' 460 GALLONS O'GAS,/?- COIOHEL.' BY LESLIE TURNBR BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ' •'.'•: *V THEM,BY REFUELING EACH WAY IN THE ISOLATED POCKET MELD 8YTHE CHINESE JUST WESrO'HAriGCHOW, I FIGURE WE /"GONNA BE CAN MAKE IT.' /AT1GHTSQUEEZE. EASY, BUT THE MISSION IS WORTH THE \,7XV RfsK - Dcfinilcty BY EDGAR MARTIN

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