The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1945 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, IMS BIATilEVlLLB COURIER NEWS PAGE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line ror consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 60o J time per line 15o 2 times per line per day. 12c 3 times per line per day 9c 5 times per line per day 7c 12 times per line per day 60 1 Mouth per line 90c Ads ordered for three or six times ind stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times tire ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of Die city must be 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 nd. For 'Sale Bedroom with kitchen privileges. Working couple preferred. 808 So. Lake. •-. l<9-pk-13 256 acres 17 miles west of Sikeslon Mo., in Little River Drainage Dis tricl; under oil lease. Mrs. Snpj: 36Q-1 Washington, St. Louis, Mo. l|12-pk-2 Rent $ $ Unfurnished front room, private entrance, convenient to bath. No children. 115 W. Rose. l[13-pk-n Three room furnished house. Inquire Kellcy's Cafe, 210 E. Main. 1.9-pk-lG New four room house, lease for year, water and llghls. 2201 Margaret, 1* Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 12121-pk-l[27 Two forties or 80 acres land, two good houses; two barns, on gravel road and school bus route. Hur- dclte Plantation, phone 182. l|8-ck-15 Office In Ingram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-dt-tf Wanted to Bug Will pay cash for used typewriter. Write or sec P. M. Robinson, 211 E. 15th St., Carulhcrsvlllc. l|13-pk-n Reconditioned No. 5 Under wooc typewriter. Phone Noble Hole! . Room 307. " Ijl3-pk-l Baby buygy and pen; like new. Uea-1 sonablc. Phone 2938. l|ll-pk-15 Moore's airtight circulating healer. Will heat 0 or C room house, Bob Grimes, % R. D. Hughes Co. 1113-pk-17 Farm For Sale—120 acres located 7 miles NW of Steelc, Mo. On /arm- to market road; electricity; 3 houses and 1 barn; extra line cypress land. Price $150 per acre. Terms: SG,000 cash and balance In long time loan or <!',£% Interest. Other Good Southeast Mo. Farm Lands For Sale.. A. T. EARLS, Lllbourn, Mo. 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 2032. 12(l-pk-2-l USED CARS FOR SALE At Ceiling Prices -Terms, Too!- If you not (a T>oy more WM Bonds BELL US THK FURNITURE 1'OU AKE NOT USING, for cuhl Also liberal trade-la allowance for lunillute oil new, Alvln Hardy Fiirn. Co. 1 K. Main Photic Z30Z PRESCRIPTIONS FmhMt Block GuinMttetd B«*t Vtitm Kirby Drag Stores 1940 BU1CK2 Door Sedan. Will pay cash for §10,000 worth of gootl tisod furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Services Washing and Ironing. Have drying room. Willie Bell Green, North Highway 01, back of Mrs. Scruggs' warehouse. 12|13-pk-13|'45 Smooth mouthed farm mule, yellow Jersey cow, Jersey heifer, J. P. Hocott, Rt. 1, Box «43, near airbase. l|13-i)k-20 Baby Stroller. 825 So. Lilly l;9-pk-lG 1936 Chrysler sedan. Looks and runs like new. Phone 2000 between 8:00 A.M. and 0:00 P.M. l]9-pk-lfi good location in Blythcville, newly decorated, low taxes. Price $5750. Phone 84. Steele, Mo., between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. l|lo-ck-17 FURNITURE refinished. Must be properly done. Mrs. Sanmel P. Norris. Call 4GI or 2084 after 7 p.m. _ mww J >/ ^_ mmw JJ12-<lh-tt Farm Needs Bring us your poultry, hog and stock health problems. We carry a complete fresh stock of Lederle serums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main & Railroad. •~-~~_~~ l|4-ck-4 Help Wanted 1938 BUICK SEDANETTE—Just 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 With Confidence. P H I L LI PS MOTOR COM Try Our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Olc Hickory Inn Across From High School Save r>0% On TRUSSES Steel ftmt Elnstle STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Luke Phouc 2822 T *l- 45 * Wnlnnt at Bth $$$$$$$$$$$$$ Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Five room bungalow, almost new, SERVICE DEPARTMENT Baby buggy, almost new. Rear 1021 Hearn. I|9-pk-l6 Late model Harley-Davidson motorcycle. C. C. Eagan, C15 Chicka- sawb?.. l|10-i)k-17 0 room house on Chickasawha near high school. H. C. Campbell, Ph. 2641. mi-ck-16 1937 Ford 60 Tudor, 1033 Plymouth coupe, 1030 Chevrolet coupe, 1335 Chevrolet Standard tuclor, 1931 A Model Tudor; new tires, 1930 A Mode) Tudor, 1929 A Model 4 - door, 1937 CMC 3-4 ton pickup. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chickasawua. 1110-pk-17 MANAGER. Can use a man that has automobile mechanic experience. If you are a mechanic and wan( a better job this is your chance. Call 801—Torn Little, or call 422—Earl Stone. IJLYTHE- VILLE MOTOR CO. l-ll-ck-14 Experienced alteration woman. Apply Miss Wiiilsitt's Sliup. Itl2-ck-tf COLD WEATHER SERVICE —We install AUTO GLASS, new FLOOR MATS and SEAT COVERS, and REPAIR and REPLACE WORN TOPS! . F. B. JOYNER Corner Second & Ash Sts. SERVICE STATION Phone 2611 WE FIU, ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONET STEWART'S Drug Shore Main & Lake Phone 2822 BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Roaches, 'Rat* Mid Mice «!lml nated. Contract Krric* In pnt control. OdorleM Method*. 115 B. Third Phone 2751 Facing A NEW Year In An OLD CAR ..'..- ... is the distance around the .world; Yet today, 25,000 miles is a low speedometer reading for most cars. 50,000, 75,000 and oven 100,000 miles are not uncommon. And it's still a LONG way to a new car. With the Now 1 Year, your car starts another long journey . . , perhaps equal to another trip around the world. And, surely, it is not wise to start such a trip without knowing the ' true condition of your car. Use the accompanying check-chart to make your own analysis. Every question checked "Yos" is a warning of trouble ... trouble which should be corrected immediately to prevent more serious trouble later. 'Make this quick check-up now. It will bo a good guide in making proper adjustments. Resolving to get the work done now will be a GOOD Now Year's resolution. Use This CHECK CHART' Docs Motor Use Too Much Gas? Docs Motor Use Too Much Oil? Is Motor Him! To Start? IH Motor B! Does Motor (let Too Hot? Does Motor Knock-Ping? Is Motor Noisy? Is Car Hard To Steer? Do Wheels Shimmy? Are Tiros Wearing Unevenly? Do Ilrnkcs Slip, Grab, Chatter? Are Gears- Hard To Shift? Dura CluU'li K\\\i, Grab, Squeal? Are Gears Noisy? Does Doily .Squeak, Are Kc'iuleis Dented, Scratched? Does Hoily Need Repairs, Paint? Sievrolet Co. Blythevillo OPEN DAY & NIGHT Phone 578 420 acres good land near Osceola, 200 acres alfitlfn, 11 houses. Price $125 per ncre. H. C. Campbell, Phone 2641. 9-pk-lG Tractor slalk cutters. Blytheville Machine Shop, l|l-ck-tf Warm Morning heater and oil cook stoves. All kinds of used farming equipment. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel, Ark. Phone 2088. 12|14ckl4 40 acres good land on graded road near Manila. Good 3 room cypress , boxed house, metal roof. Ail fenced. An exceptional buy at $131.25 per ncre. Half cash. Good terms on balance at low Interest rate. Possession now. H. A. Ashabraner, Manila. 12!25-pk-25 Electric and Ratlery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 10-lG-ch-if) PARTSMAN for our new automobile business. Permanent job. Good salary if you have any automobile or service slnfion experience. We will (rain you 'for partsman's, job. You will make no mistake to learn (o be a pnrtsman; (hey are always in demand. Call 8fil —Tom Little, or call 422— Earl Stone. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. ..l-ll-ck-14 ALLEY OOP l!y V. T. HAMLIN Wood or coal circulator heater. Night phone 3309. O. S. Rolllson. I0i25-ck-tf INSULATION — Storm windows, weathcrstripping. E. C. lloblnson Lumber Co. 12j26-ck-26 Waitress—must be willing to work, else do not apply. RUSTIC INN. 1212!)-ck-tf Experienced cooks nnd waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck-tf -^~ .^*v^~ . -^^, ~v-^wvww*~- Wanted To Rent 2 room furnished apartment. 201 W. Vine. l|13-pk-20 2 or 3 room apartment, preferably furnished. Phone Lieut. Shaw Olencoe Hotel. I|12-pk-l9 Smoking can aggravate or accelerate Ihe progress of severa forms of heart disease, stomach ulcers and colitis. FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culverl Co. Phone 691 Osceola, Ark. Visit Us In Our NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts A Service 121 E. Main Phono 21ZZ We Pay TOP CEILING PRICES For Good Used Cars! , i Drop In At Ifour STUDEBAKER DEALERS We Have A Complete SERVICE DEl'T. Gene Osbornc Is In Charge. Come In And Vlsil Us. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Ash & R.R. Sts. Lex Clianinlin Bill Chamblin NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your properly. Call me to check up without, cost or obligation. RATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP i 309 E. Kentucky DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, COEONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) U. S. Navy Air Unit HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 Depicted is ' Chief Bod of. , insiEiieof . Memphis '• Squadron 2 Aircraft i 33, U. S. 3 Camera stand L. ••- 7-te , . . naval aviation * Crimson 7 Us - arc 5 Overtime iilwfiys ready v* 1 ^.) for action/ G Native of 21Withoulcnd 13 Rounded Latvia 22 Unusual 14 Perish 7 Equal 25 Has on 15 Dry 8 Nine (Roman) 27 Girl's namu 16 Carry (coll ) 3 Lord Privy 28 Onager 19 Lath Seal (ab.) 20 Jump on one 10 Lubricators ( 00 t DRS. NIES & MIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Blythcvlile, Ark. Phone 2921 24 Possess ' 26 Sailor ' 28 Helped' , 30 Stair part 33 Symbol for ' samarium 34 Morindin dye 35 Part of "be" 36 Rough Java 37 Extra 39 Birds' hollies 4IKssence (ab.) 42 Obtain 43 Vehicle 45 Rare 50 Winglike part 53 Operatic solo 55 Type of molding 55 In bed 57 Finishing tool 59 Dangled 61 King's home 62 Victims o£ Jeprosy ' 18 Symbol Joitf telluriuiii HEY. IOOK.' A DAME// QUIET, YOU SHEEP/ DON'TCHA KNOW A KING GUZZLE? A MESSAGE PROM WOLFE5S WHEN Y'SEE ONE? AWRIGHT NOW, MEN, EASY DOES IT.' BUT LOOK SHARP-- . THINGS IS TOO QUIET ! t SUSPECT A TRAP Oft SVJMPIN/ Hv MERRILL BL088H FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS DONT YOU REMEMBER ME? I'M JUNIOR JUST A MINUTE uoy... I DON'r EVEM KNOW J YOU DO-v A'KERE yOO LIVE/ f-.VOU WERF J HERE JUST TVvO DAYS, AGO/ -•-AMD YOURE JUST BOY WE'RE LOOKlUiT - IF YOU WILL COME HOME , W£ CAW MAKE THE NCCESSAR./ , ARRANGEMENTS/ Ti-ie WOMAN WHO ADVERTISED FOP. SOMEONE TO MIND HER KID. NAYAJOS.'iGw'rN BELIEVE IT A NWAJO EAR PENDANT- IT APPEARS TORN LC05E UTTlt BEWtn'S IN TROUBLE Til 1 TPWU LEAD \\Mfl—HE i»\US CARRIED Off L11TLE BEAVER \U5TA B RY LESLIE TURNER He Means liii.sincss WASH TUBI3S 1 w., LETS GET THE HCCKOUTAHERE; WATCH THAT TONY, BIB! IT'S ONE OF THOSE SUICIDE ATTEMPTS TO RAMU5- USTTHEN A JAP TONY PEELS OFF IN A SCREAMING DIVE FOP.THE OF BIB'S SUPERFORT Oi'lWPlUNGE DOWNWARD...EXPLODE IN M10-AIR AND SHOWER BURNING PHOSPHOROUS OVESUHETARGETAREA- COPP. 19*5 BY£T* PFomrF, l':c^. t. V. PFr. 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