The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1945 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 15, 1945
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^MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 10-115 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION BLYTHEVILLE COUBIEK NEWS Dally rate per line ror consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 50c J. time per line 15c 2 times per line per day 12o 3 times per line per day Oc 5 times per line per day 7c 12 times per line per dny 5c , 1 Month per line 30c Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the (id appeared and adjustment of bill jtiade. All classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Pates 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 Three room furnished house. In- cililrc Kellcy's Cafe, 216 E. Main l|9-pk-16 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 12j27-pk-l|27 25li acres 17 mMr-s west of Sikeston Mo., In Little River Drainage District; under oil lease.' Mrs. Sapp 3604 Washington, at. Louis, Mo. l|12-pk-2G 1D32 Chevrolet four door sedan for sale for shop, giirnge, storage am towing charges if not leiiccmec by. owner. Merrill's Garage. Reconditioned No. 5 Umlcnvooc typewriter. Phone Noble Hotel Room 307. Iil3-pk-17 Rent Jnturntshed front room, private en- trrmcc, convenient to bath. No children. 115 W. Rose. l|13-pk-n Phrec room Hparn. furnished apt. S14 lll5-l>k-22 Two forties or 80 acres land, two food houses, two barns, on gravel road and school bus route. Bur- deltc Plantation, phone 182. l!8-ck-15 Office in Ingram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tf w^~*w^*%—.~^^v**w~^rt*W"VN*w»s* Wanted to Buy Before you sell your fur, see Joe Hester* and Son for highest prices Dealers in raw fur. Joe Hester's Grocery, N. Highway fil. Phone 2G32. 12|l-pk-2-l Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Waile Furniture Co, * At Ceiling Prices " -Terms, Too!- ** \ «• 1940 BUICK 2 Door Sedan. ^ 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 Condi- ** Will pay 20e per doz. far wire con hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Services Washing and Ironing. Have drying room. Willie Bell Green, Norti Highway Ct, back of Mrs. Scruggs warehouse. 12|13-pk-13|'« Nice young matched team. Also young cow. W. C. Maughan, 4't miles southwest of Manila. l|15-pk-22 Moore's airtight circulating heater. Will heat 5 or 6 mom house. Bob Grimes, % R. D. Hughes Co. ' l|13-pk-17 Piano, good condition. John Landrum's Store, 21sl and Vine. l|15-pk-22 FURNITURE rofinlshed. Must be properly done. Mrs. Samuel Norrls. Call 461 or 2084 alter Farm Needs 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: $G,000 cash and balance in long time loan of 4\<-% interest. Qther Good Southeast Mo. Farm Lands For Sale.. A. T. EARLS, Lllbourn, Mo. !J12-ck-lG Smooth mouthed farm mule, yellow Jersey cow, Jersey heifer, J. P. Hocott, Rt. 1, Box G43, near airbase. l|13-pk-20 Baby Stroller. 825 So. Lilly l|9-pk-lG 1936 Chrysler sedan. Looks and runs like new. Kione 2009 between 8:00 A:M. and 0:00 P.M. llB-pk-16 Five room bungalow, almost new good location in Blytheville, newly decorated, low taxes. Price $5750 Phone 84, Steele, Mo., between (i:00 and 9:00 p.m. l|lO-ck-n Baby buggy, almost new. Rear 102 Hearn. lp-pk-10 Late model Ilarley-Davidson motorcycle. C. C. Eagan, 615 Chicka- l|10-pk-17 (i room house on Chickasawba near high school. II. C. Campbell, Ph 2641. ljll-ck-1 1931 Ford 00 Tudor, 1933 Plymouth coupe, 1930 Chevrolet coupe, 193: Chevrolet Standard ludor, 1931 i Model Tucior, new tires, 1930 A Model Tudor, 1929 A Model 4 door, 1937 GMC 3-4 ton pickup. C C. Eagan, 615 Chickasawba. 420 acres good land near Osceola 200 aci-es alfalfa, 11 houses. Pric $125 per acre. H. C. Campbel Phone 2641. 9-pk-l Tractor stalk cutters: Blythevill Machine Shop. ' •• ' ' l]l-ck-t 40 acres good land on graded roa near Manila. Good 3 roam cypres boxed house, metal roof. All fenc ed. An exceptional buy nt $131.2 per acre. Half cash. Good term on balance at low interest rak Possession now. K. A. Ashabran er, Manila. 12j25-pk-i Elcclrir and Rattery Radios HarrWav Appliance Co. lO-lG-ch-1 Wood or coal circulator heate Night phone 3303. O. S. Rolllson 10'25-ck- INSULATION — Storm window wcatherstripplng. E. C. Hoblnso Lumber Co. 12j2G-ck-2 ]sf Naval District Leads BOSTON (UP) — More comha vessels were commissioned by th Navy In the First Naval Dlstric with headquarters In Boston, d«r ing the first 11 months of 194 •than in nny of the other 13 nava districts. At total of 92 combat shit were commissioned in this distri during the period. Dr. W. A. Taylor Veterinarian Phone 453 Sec At Phillips Motor Co. Ing us your poultry, hog am stock health problems. • We cnrr a complete fresh stock of Lederl serums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Ton Ics and disinfectants. Woods Dru Store, Main & Rnilroad. Help Wanted \licricnceil alteration woman. Ap ply Miss Whitsilt's Shop. 1112-ck-l vo women, one to work locally an one to travel. Good salary doln census work for National Organ zatlon. See G. W. Durkdoll, Nob Hotel, Wednesday and Tlmrsdn 2 to 4 P. M. l|15-ck-l Vaitress—must be willing to wo. else do not apply. RUSTIC INN 12j29-ck tion. 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 COMPANY! Walnut *t 5th 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 Z611 Ixperienced cooks and waltrcssc Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck- Wanted To Rent 'urnishcd apartment or house, In or out of town, adults. Write Box LP, % Courier News. l|15-pk-18 2 room furnished apartment. 201 W Vine. l|13-pk-20 2 or 3 room apartment, preferably furnished. Phone Lieut. Shaw, Glencoe Hotel. l|12-pk-19 Taken Up One black horse mule, weight 900, taken up 2 weeks ago. Raymond Wilson, Rt. 3. 15-pk-18 Wanted jive meat rabbits. Mo-Ark Rabbit Breeders Assn. Phone 2C09. HAMMOND, Ind. (UP)— Artistic- illy-gittcd students in Morton ju- vior high school's Latin classes used nothing but Latin phrases on the Christmas cards they made for themselves. FARMERS We have plenty of Iron Ttoof- inB and ISough Cypress Barn Timbers. 3 Year FHA Terms If desired. Lumber Co. FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALT, SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. I'honc GSU Osceola, Ark. Visit Us In Oar NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Tarts & Service 121 E. Main Phone 2122 DRS. NfES & NIES OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIANS RecfaS Diseases a Specialty ^EXCEPT CANCER; OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Alain Ulylhcvlflc, Ark. Phone 2921 We Pay TOP CEILING PRICES For Good Used Cars! Droji In At Your STUDEBAKER DEALERS We Have A Complete SERVICE IH!PT. Gene Osborne Is In Charge. Come in And Visit Us. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. JOB want to sroy Dor* Wu >ndi BRIJj US THK rUKNITUKK OU ARK NOT USING, tor tubl Iso liberal trade-In aUowann fur d furniture ou new, Alvln Hardy Furn. Co, K. Main rhoM ZM2 PRESCRIPTIONS rrt»hwt Stock Guaranteed Bwrt Prle*9 irby Brag Stores Try Our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Die Hickory Inn Across From High School Facing A NEW Year In An OLD CAR „.. Save 50% On TRUSSES Steel mul Kluslic STEWART'S Drug Store Mnin & I,nkc Phone 2822 Dr. J. L Guard Optomttrltt at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONKY STEWART'S Drug Store Mnln & Lake Flume 2822 BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Roachr.i, 'Rats anil Mice eliminated. Contract service In peit control Oilorlui Method*. 116 a. Third I'hone Z751 ... is the distance around tlto world. Yet today, 25,000 miles is a low speedometer reading for most cars. 50,000, 75,000 and even 100,000 miles are not uncommon, And it's still a LONG way to a now car. With the Now Year, your car starts another long journey . . . perhaps equal to another trip around tho world. And, surely, it is not wiso to start such a trip without knowing tho true condition of your car. Uso tho accompanying chock-chart to make your own analysis. Every question checked "Yes" is a warning of trouble ,.. trouble which should bo corrected immediately to prevent more serious trouble later. Make this quick chock-up now. It will bo a good guide in making proper adjustments. Resolving to got tho work done now will be a GOOD Now Year's resolution. Use This CHECK CHART Does Motor Use Too Much Gns? Does Motor Use Too Much Oil? Is Motor Hitrtl To Start? Is Molor Does Motor Get Too Hot? Docs Molor Knock-Plug? Is Motor Noisy? Is Car -Hard To Steer? Do Wheels Shimmy? Arc Tires Wearing Unevenly? Do llrakes Slip, Grab, Chatter? Arc (Jcnrs Hard To Shift? DOCK Clutch Slip, Grab, Squeal? Arc Gears Noisy? ALLEY OOP Ash & K.n. Sts. Lex Cliiimblin Bill Clmmblin KING GUZZLE'S INVASION OF LEM TO KNOCK, OFF THAT NATION'SROYAL JEWELS HAS BEEN EASY UP TO NOW — BUT IF THE MOOVIAN MONARCH WAS PUZZLED BY THE LACK OF OPPOSITION, HOW DO YOU THINK HE TOOK AN INVITATION TO TEA IN THE LEM IAN PALACE?? Does Hotly Snueak, Rattle? Are Venders Dented, Scratched? Does Hotly Need Repairs, Paint? OPEN DAY & NIGHT Kimfurc, Sisler! YES, HIGHNESS,THE, MOOVIAN KING /VEH, HE'S RECEIVED YOUR /ACAUTIOUS INVITATION, BUT ( OL' BIBD.'BUT SEEMS RELUCTANTN DON'T WORRY, TO ACCEPT.'. ' '"" " HARDLY ON OL' GUZ'S BARGES IN „ HERE.' OOYOBOY ME GONNA SURMISED BETOIA' ELIEVE) EVERYTHING HE'S \ All SET OMINGJFOR ins NOW.'/RECCPTiON KING GUZZLE IS > UNAWARE THt / LEMIAN THRONE > HAS RECENTLY CHAN&ED HANDS; FRECKLES AND HIS DON'r AN MOV LARD NOlV/ VOU MUST REMEMBER. THAT WHILE Hf.'S HEI?C, f HOMEWORK TO DO / MAMA AND PAPA GOIMG our TO PLftY BRIDGE, , JUMIOR.--SO BEHAVE YOURSELF/ I WONT BOTHER YOU, FATSO — HEM LAR.D LEARNED HE WAG TO SPEWD HIS EV/FNINGS MIMOING JUNIOR YO5f-L,HE NEARLY PASSED UP THE Joa- BUT $10 is $10--- AMD BESIDES, IT'LL GIVE LARD A CHANCE To IMPROVE SCHOOL 6l?iDES.' WF 6OT WOLD MAMS SH015UW TO PLAY WITH ; PcriliuiH Krriind NAVAJO& ARE C-' rtoru SOME1HW6 Bin ru HIM BACK WHAT'S 'ALL RUCKUS COUftE IWAJ05JU51 WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNER WOT HAPPENED UP FRONT? HEY.' WHY DON'T SOrAE BODY ANSWER? 38 By 44 Musical sign 46 Garment 47 Window/ frame 48 Touch 50 Ever (colUr.) AWAY JUST AS A JAP INTERCEPTOR DIVES ATMflJOR B!B TUCKER'S B-29 RIDDLE THE SUICIDAlATrACKER.. BIB SWERVES THE BIG PIANE VlOIEfmV, BUT IT IS TOO IATE BOOTS AND HEIl BUDDIES RY EDGAR MARTIN 43 Part of circle NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may he ruining your property. Call me to check up without cost or ohligation. HATS, MICE AND IIOACII CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP i -\\ 309 E. Kentucky DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Mnst Be Satisfactory) Educator HORIZONTAL India 1 Piclurcd 55 Tiny famed edit- 5G Writing cator, implements 57 Bright color .0 Standard o£ 58 He is father. value 10 Painful 11 Over (contr.) 13 Dined 14 Paradise 15 Golf device 16 High card 17 Barium (symbol) 18 Accomplish 20 Morning moisture of the — system IDespi 19 Be indebted 2). Misery 2 Native metal 23 Military 3 On the ocean vehicles •! Kind of fish 25 Fishing lure 5 Before' 28 Title of 6 Fix respect 7 Negative word 30 Winglike'part 52 Things (Latin). 8 Require 33 Vegetable 53 Incorporated 9 Sets pace 31 Pointed shaft (ab.) 22 Musical note 12 Staggers 35 Her 54 Standing 23 Toward 1C Exist 38 Feline room only 24 Weight (ab.) 17 Lad 37 Saber (ab.) 2G Behold! 27 Literary composition 29 Eradicate 31 Wilhin 32 Oleum (ab.) I 33 Recreation l areas : 36 Grasp ; 39 Erbium i . 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