The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1945 · Page 5
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FKIDAY, JANUAKY 12, 19 jo BLYTHEVILLB. COURI1K. PAGE EW3 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per lino ror consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 50c 1 time per line 15c 2 times per Hue per day 12c 3 limes per line per dny 9c 5 times per line per dny 1c 12 times per line per day 5c 1 Month per line 90c Ads ordered for three or six times • and stopped before expiration will be charged lor the number ol times fix; ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the. city must 1)0 accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale Bedroom with kitchen privileges. Working couple preferred. 808 So. Lake. ' Ij9-pk-13 New Copper Clyde cook stove, Elec trio washing machin $40.00, thrci or four Shetland ponies for chil dren. H. W. Bartholomew, locat ed on Highway 61, four or fwi blocks'south of stop light, Stecle Mo. (Vacated service station sur rounded by red trucks.), llll-pkl; 256 acres 17 miles west of Sikesto Mo,, in Little River Drainage Dis trict; under oil lease. Mrs. Sap] 3GG4 Washington, St. Louis, Mo l|12-pk-2 Fw Kent ARM LANDS. One 120 acre tract; one 80 acre tract. This Is all good tractor land, located 4 miles northwest of Blythevllle, on gravel road. Write Box CC, % Courier News, Blythevlltc, Ark. 119-ck-tf 'hree room furnished house. In- quire'Kelley's Cafe, 210 E. Main. IjO-pk-lG lev.' four room house, lense for year, water nml lights. 2201 Margaret. l'8-pk-15 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins 12[27-pk-l|27 Two forties or 80 acres land, two good houses, two barns, on grave' road and school bus route. Burdette Plantation, phone 182. l!8-ck-15 Hospital beds. Wade Furniture Co 12|13-ck-13 Office In Ingrnm Building. Inquln at the Parkhurst Co. H-30-ck-t: W ante* to Buy 19-11 car from Individual for cash Phone 2245. •1110-pk-i: Before you sell your fur,'see Jo. Hester and Son f6r highest prices Dealers in raw fur. Joe Hester 1 Grocery, N. Highway 81, Phon 2032. • 12]l-pk-2- .Baby buggy and pen; like new. R<m .sonable. Phone 2988. l[ll-pk-15 Will pay cash for §10,00 worth of good used furnt dire. Wade Furniture Co Farm For Sale—120 acres located 7 miles NW of Steele, Mo. On farm- to market road; electricity'; 3 houses and 1 barn; extra fine cypress land. Price $150 per acre. Terms: $8,000 cash and balance lu long time loan of 4Vj% interest. Other Good Southeast Mo. Farm Lauds For Sale.. A. T. EARLS, Lilbourn, Mo. l|12-ck-!G Will pay 20c per doz. for wire co: hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Services THOMPSON'S STUDIO OPENING DAY SPECIAL Saturday, Jan. 13th G Postal Card Photographs 50c ONE DAY ONLY Studio located 101 E. Main, over City Drug Store. Washing and Ironing. Have drying room. Willie Bell Green, Nort Highway Cl, hack of Mrs. Scruge warehouse. 12[13-pk-I3|'' FURNITURE refinisiicd. Must 1 properly done. Mrs. Samuel I Morris. Call 461 or 2084 after P.m. l|12-dh-tf farm Needs $$$$$$$*$* $ * * $ USED GARS FOR SALE At Ceiling Prices, Terms, Too PRESCRIPTIONS FrMhMt Block Guaranteed Bert i'rtcw Kirby Drag Stores Baby Stroller. 825 So. Lilly 119-pk-lG House trailer, good rubber, almost as convenient as house, n little home on wheels. Priced right for quick sale. 1117.Holly St. l[10-pk-13 White porcelain-top kitchen cabinet and white porcelain double utility cabinet. John Merten on R. D. Hughes farm. l|ll-pk-13 Bring us your poultry, hog and stock health problems. ,\Ve carry a complete fresh stock of Lederle scrums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main & Railroad. ll-l-ck-4 Help Wanted 1936 Chrysler sedan. Looks and runs .-. like'new. Phone.3009.between 8:00 A.M. ami 6:00 P.M. l|9-pk-I6 Five room bungalow, almost hew, good location in Blytheville, newly decorated, low taxes. Price $5750. Phone 04, Steele, Mo., between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. l|10-ck-17 SERVICE DEPARTMENT MANAGER. Can use a man thai 'has automobile mechanic experience. If you are a me- chiinic and want a better job this is your chance. Call SGI—Tom Little, or call •122—Karl Slorib.-RLYTHE- VILLE MOTOR CO. 1-11-ck-l'J Baby buggy, almost new. Rear 1021 Hearn. Ii9-pk-16 Late model Harley-Davidson motorcycle. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chickasawba. 1110-pk-17 6 room house on Chickasawba near high school. II. C. Campbell, Ph. 2641. llll-ck-16 1937 Ford 60 Tudor, 1933 Plymouth coupe, ID30 Chevrolet coupe, 1935 Chevrolet Standard tudor, 1931 A . Model Tudor, new tires, 1930 A Model Tudor, 1929 A Model 4 door, 1937 CMC 3-4 ton pickup. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chickasawba. - ...'.. : • , >,., l|10-'pk-17r 420 acres ; alluvial • soil, on gravel' road, 200 acres alfalfa, will sell tractor and equipment. Make terms. Geo. O. Yates, Blythcville. l|G-pk-13 420 acres good land near Osccola, 200 acres alfalfa, 11 houses. Price $125 per acre. H. C. Campbell, Phone 2C41. - 9-pk-lG Tractor stalk cutters. Blythcville Machine Shop. l|l-ck-tf Experienced alteration woman. Apply Miss Wliilsitl's Simp. i|i2-ck.-tr PARTSMAN for our new au- tnmobile business. Permanent job. Good salary if you have any automobile or service station experience. We will (rain you for parlsman's job. You will make no mistake (o learn to be a partsman; (hey are always in demand. Call 861 —Tom Little, or call 422— Earl Stone. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. l-ll-ck-14 Warm Morning heater and oil cook stoves. All kinds of used farming equipment. Lee Wilson Co., Ar- morcl, Ark. Phone 2080. 12|14ckl4 40 acres good land on graded road near Manila. Good 3 room cypress boxed house, metal roof. All fenced. An exceptional buy at $131.25 per acre. Half cash. Good term* on balance at low interest rate Possession now. R. A. Ashabraner, Manila, 12[25-pk-2; Electric -and Battery Radios Hardaiw Appliance Co. 10-lG-ch-l- Wood or coal circulator heatei Night phone 3309. O. S. Rollison 10125-ck-t INSULATION — Storm windows weatherstripping. E. C. Hobtnsor Lumber Co. 12;26-ck-2f 43 acres, well drained, 3 miles west Gosnell, $4000. For information see W. C. Grlce, Dell. ljO-pk-13 Waitress—must bo willing lo work, : else do not apply. RUSTIC INN. 12[29-ck-lf Experienced cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck-tf Wanted To Rent 2 or 3 room apartment, preferably furnished. Phone Glencoe Hotel. Lieut. Shnw, Ijl2-pk-19 Lost Eight ration books, four No. 3 nnd four No. 4. Lost Tuesday afternoon. Howard for return to Geo Shanks, 104 West Rose. ljlO-pk-13 Largest «cc Keeper " MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (UP)— Ne* England's largest bee keeper if Charles Mraz of Middlelmry, who has more than SCO bee colonies on his farm. Visit Us In Our NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts & Service 121 E. Main Phone ZUZ DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYS/C/ANS Recta! Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS:'8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Blythevlllc, Ark. Phone 2921 1938 BUICK SEDAN ETTE—Juit Like New. 1937 FORD TUDOR SEDAN—Dependable. 1938 DeSOTO 4-Door SEDAN—A Good Car 1938 CHRYSLER "6" SEDAN—A-l Condition. See PHILLIPS about a good car or truck. If not in stock, PHILLIPS will find one for you at ceiling price and on time, too. Come In Today. Buy Wilh Confidence. - PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ~ TeL 453 Walnnt »t Kb $$$$$$$ you waot to Bay m«re War ondl SELL X)8 THE FURNITURE OH ARE NOT USING, for cash! Uo litwrnl trade-In allowance for d furniture *n new. Atvln Hardy Furn. Co. B. Muln Wwrne Z302 Try Our "Own Miule" ICE CREAM Qls Hickory Inn Acrosa Froru High School SllVC (>0'#> On TRUSSES Steel mid Elastic STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Lnko 1'lume 2822 Sell Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main You For Goo COLD WEATHER SERVICE —We install AUTO GLASS, new FLOOR MATS and SEAT COVEKS, and REPAIR and REPLACE WORN TOPS! F B JOYKIFR SERVICE r. D. JVIINCIX STATION Fhone 2611 Corner Seconfl & Ash Sts. We Pay TOP CEILING PRICES For Good Used Cars! '-•^i Brop In At Your •-,-•• STUDEBAKER DEALERS We Have A Cnmplclc SERVICE I)EPT. Gene Osborne Is In Charge. Conic In And Visit Us. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Lex Chamblin Bill Chamblln Ash & R.K. Sts. Phone Z195 WE FILL AM, DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND BAVE YOU MONEY STEWART'S Drug Store Main 4 Lake Phone 282Z B1DDLE EXTERMINATORS RoachM, 'Rail and Mlct eliminated. Contract service In peat control. Oclorltss Method*. 11B S. Thlnl I'lione 11751 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. ALLEY OOP So Kuv, So Good Hv V. T. HAMtlN DUNWO, GOINS TO RESUME WWCH.MIBETCHM QVER, DOWTCHAJOUR ADVANCE THINK, NOLJB AJEWT WITH GOT HIGHNESS ? THEM .IEMOUGH LEMIMJS ' QUIT WELL, MJYWAV, TH' BATTLE'S IDOMrSETTHfS W ALL...I NEVER <Nt.VJ OF THESE LEMIAWS UWIM' DOWU VJrtHOUT, A, FIGHT.' ., , r ,,,,^, YIEU-.GMON.MEW, I'VJCU-.KING.S LET £ GETTOIS THERE'S OUR 1' WA.CJ CMER. VJITH.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may he ruining your properly. Call me to check up without cost or ohligation. RATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK 303 E. Kentucky H. C. BLANKENSHJP -j[»| ' ' Fhftn Z350 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Slan" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPE WRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 8382 >. (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) 6 Lyric poem Early U. S. General HORIZONTAL gcncr.il 1,5 Pictured 56 Possesses founder of VERTICAL' Decoration 1 Jam Daj-, Moj.- 2 Native metal Gen. 3 Strike • 9 Slate 4 Northeast 12 Great Lnke (ab.) 13 Hypothcticol 5 A do re force 14 Egyptian sun god 15 Pastry 1G Permit 17 Farewell! 18 Millimeter (ab.) IS Everything 20 Dined 21 Still 23 12 months 26 Night birds 29 Before 30 Age 31 Kitchen • utensil 33 Coin Aiisncr to Prrvlon WILLS £gS OB A i N AlBL BE. I'VE &SSti SABOTAGED, Up YOU GOT HEP To !-flLDA---TMEY RICKED I YOUR. STUDIES, ! WE OFF THE HOCKfY ) LAMEBRAIN, YOU'D TEAM! STUDYING is/' IT POSITIVELY fWOULDN! DR&CULM ee.ir ITS A Wyvsre YOUGOI OF VAUJABLCJ PWD TIME I / WHILE —_,,— f SOU WERE If / OOW6IT/ 1 ^JJEADTi-IIS Opiioi'lunily Knocks ^^Ck^HXQ HKlUULi. 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ANSWER ••} You SAID ir/ IT, LARD/ dfP A WCLK , I THIS IS NO ISN'T If BB SNEEZED AT.'/ TIME TO DE- ,.—-^VvcLOP HAY ) ^^tFEVER/ RED RYDER lirief Kcpricvu 17 Near 3S Disports * 20 Exist , 37 Knots 7 He urged the 22 Pedal digit 39 Soft mineral Grand—— 24 Electrical 40 Against of the RepiTb- engineer {ab.) 41 Puddle TALK QUICK OR ) lt\Z KNOW AIL SECRET TO WE KILL!^<1 LOST TURQUOISE CWE-; N WASH TUURS BY LESLIE TURNER lie to commemorate Decoration Day 8 Cognomen 25 Zeal 27 Inscribe 28 Louisiana' (ab.) 31 Italian river 42 Account of (ab.) 44 Meadow 45 Snake 47 Three (prefix) 48 Propel a bunt 9 Health resort 32 Golf device 10 Be sick 33 Too 11 Shouts 34 Toward > '"'SS Negative 35 Skin opening 36 Gsspous clement 38 Greek letter 41 Tablet 43Winglike part 46 Any .-17 Also 48 Dispose 50 Affirmative 51 Lieutenant (ab.) 52 International, language 53 Not one 54'Tr«e fluid 55 He was a m » ^AH'T BIAME THOSE NIP FIGHTERS fORIIESITATIN'...^ I WOUIOH'T BE TOO ANXIOUS TO WADE IN OH ONE OF THESE BABIES E1TK- ftS A FE\V Kf THAT \NOHC- 01- 'EM WILL GET MORE'H DART I/ OUGHTA \ONEPASSATUS WE'RE INTO RANGE, B DISCOURAGE L MAKING AROUND REMOTE ' CONIROLIED GUIIS POUR A WITHERING BIASTOFFIRE FROM HIE SUPERFORTS l.—^^JSjlC^SV'^JiV KOHOBE V SHE'S V HEY/1 DEiDAHEAD.' \AUYqURS,/WflRETOWS t'LUOCWE \ CHIC— GETTIN'INj THAT TRIANGLE TAKE POSITION! WE'RE AFTER. / YOUR V UPSTAIRS.': IN JUSTA A-.tlME/j SECOND, BIB VOQPO.I^ BY yT^^ytf F .yr. BOOTS AND HEH BUDDIES Almost Ton Much HY BDGAR MARTIN

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