The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1945 · Page 5
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•MONDAY, JANUARY-22, GQ.UBIEB CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per Una ror consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge ....'. 50o J. time per line 15o 2 limes per lino per day 12e 3 times per line per day So 5 times per line per day lc 12 times per line per day 6c 1 Month per line OOo Ads ordered for three or six times itul stopped before expiration will ae charged for Hie number of times :lie ad appeared and adjustment ol olll made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed irom the above table. Advertlslnu 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 For Sate PAC-Ej OLE HICKORY INN. Located in center of Dlythevillc on Hwy. Cl. A high class, well equipped, money making business. Owner in bad health. Sale Includes building, fixtures, equipment and 5 room house adjoining. Max Logan, 1134 Ash St., Phone 502. l|19-ck-23 Electric table model radios. The Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. • l[17-])k-24 SPECIAL. Six 3x4 photos, one~Cx8 enlargement during January for Si. Thompson's Studio, ipl E. Main, over City Drug Co. Ijl9pk24 Modern duplex, Best prewar furnishings. Top OPA rent ceiling. Max Logon, Phone 502. I]19-ck23 State Certified, Ceresnn-treated Del- taplne (DPL) 14 cottonseed 50.25 per 100 lUs., S120.00 ton. State-Certified, Ceresau-treated Del- tnpine (DPL) 12 cottonseed (1043 crop) $4.00 per 100 ibs. $15.00 ton. State-Certified Halsoy (Improved Arksoy) Soybeans $3.00 bushel, less than 100 bu. $2.90 per bushel! over 100 bu. Delta Prolific Seed .Corn $3.50 bu. Burdette Plantation. Burdette,-Ark., Phone 782 1122-ck-lf 5 room house on two lots in good location. This house has floor furnace, hardwood floors, and is in excellent condition. See Jimmic Stevenson, Noble Gill Agency, foi appointment. i[18-ck2o Before you buy see 'our new type Iraclor tires. Available in all sizes. Montgomery Ward. l-lG-ck-2!1 256 acres 17 miles west of Sikeston . Mo., in Little River Drainage District; under oil lease. Mrs. Sapp 3664 Washington, St. Louis, Mo. ____^ l(12-pk-26 1 mare mule, 1 horse mule. Wt about 1350 Ibs. each. 1 wagon, 1 cultivator, l planter, 1 breaking plow, l middle buster. Harness All for $300. T. O. Hnynie, Ar- rribrel' Store. l|17-ck-24 1032 .Chevrolet four door sedun fo sale for shop, garage, storage an< towing charges if not reclcemcc by owner. Merrill's Oarage. ljlo-pk-2' Now :ls t!ic time to buy your suppl of .motor oil and grease If yo :Want (o save money. The even of the year! The big spring ilrur lot motor nil sale is now in jirog rcss al Montgomery Ward. l|22-ck-2 I. have a practically new 5 roor house. Will sell cpmplcteiy fm nishcd or unfurnished. Tills hous is a real buy. Jimmie Stevensoi Noble Giil Ggency. l|13-ck-2 .Corn, oats, chops, hay, dairy an poultry feeds, Custom feed grinc ing. Blythevlllc Grain & Elevate Co. . l|17-ck- 10,000 bushels yellow corn. Good! Bros., Charleston, Mo. I|10rpk3 Tractor stalk cutters. Blythevii: Machine Shop.' lll-ck-t 1.40 acres good land on graded roa near Manila. : Good 3 room cypre boxed house, metal roof. All fem ed. An exceptional buy at $131.',. per acre. Half cash. Good term on balance at low interest, rat Possession now. R. A. Ashabran er, Manila. 12|25-pk- Electric. and Battery Radios •Hardjmay Appliance Co. 10-iG-cii-l .Wood or coal circulator heate Night phone 3309. O. S. Rolllso 10125-ck- INSULATION — Storm window weatherstripping. E. C. Hobtnsc Lumber Co. 12f26-ck-: Lost bed. Pre-war & Springs. Phone 2430, l[19-pk-23 39 Plymouth coach; radio, heater, seat covers; good tires; new battery. 430 W. Ash. l[19-ck-23 For Kent 0 acres of land and 10 acres. Both places have good houses and barns. Or would sharccrop to colored families. Blythevlllc Gin Co lj22-ck-29 r ant employed girl to share bedroom. 116 W. Davis. Ph. 2020. l|ia-pk-23 CARS: SALE « At Ceiling Prices * -Terms, Too!-- ** V» iO acres land for rent. Ark-Mo Gin, Calumet, or phone 710 or 774. l|19-ck-26 xively bedroom. Men only. C13 Walnut. Phone 2496. • l|18-pk-25 looms lor men. Harry Atkins. 12|27-pk-l[27 'tflcc in Ingram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tf Wanted to But soybeans, hay and corn. Blythe- vllle Grain & Elevator Co. lin-ck-tf "ypewriter. Phone 2578. l|19pk2G )!ectrlc Swashing machine. Phone 2838. 1118-[>k-25 .lodern home from individual, M. P. Day, 1034 W. Main. Phone 470. l|13-pk-25 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 2632. 12[l-pk-2-l or 5 room house from individual M. P. Day, 1034 VV. Main. Phone 410. l|18-pk-25 Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coa hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Farm Needs 1940 BUICK 2 Door Sedan. 1938 BUICK SEDANETTE—Just Like New. 1937 FORD TUDOR SEDAN—Dependable. 1938 DcSOTO 4-Door SEDAN—A Good Car 1938 CHRYSLER "6" SEDAN—A-1 Condition. Sec PHILLIPS about a good car or truck. If not in stock, PHILLIPS will find one for you at ceiling price and on time, too. Buy With Confidence. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY, Tel - « 5S Walnni at Sib Congratulations Jaycees On Your Silver Anniversary! $$**$**$$ *'.$.$. $ GOLD WEATHER SERVICE —We install AUTO GLASS, new FLOOR MATS and SEAT COVERS, and/REPAIR and REPLACE WORN TOPS! SERVICE STATION Phone' 2811 F, B. JOYNER Corner Second & Ash Sis. Bring us your poultry, hog and slock heallh problems. We .carry a complete fresh stock of Lederle scrums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main &-Railroad: l|4-ck-4 Services FURNITURE reiinishcd. Must be properly done. Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. Call 461 or 2084 after 1 P.m. l!12-dh-tr Wanted To Rent Here Are A Few REAL USED CAR BUYS! 1940 .CHEVROLET -1 door sedan. Motor in A- 1 condition. 1940 STUDEBAKER 5 passenger coupe. Excellent rubber. •-' . 1938 PONTIAC town sedan. 4 new tires and 19J5' license. 1337 OLDSMOBILE 4 door sedan. Kadio and hoater.- Furnishecl or .uhlurnlshcd apnrt- nieiit. Permanently located! No children, no pets. Phone Fount Cox, Hotel Noble. l|22-pk-26 100 or 120 acres good farm land with three houses, have own equipment, can furnish references'. Ellis Gin Co. J|19-pk-23 Small furnished apt. Jor local couple. Permanent renters. Call 3922. l|10-pk-23 Help Wanted ' One white and liver female Point Bird Dog; wearing old collar. An swers to the name of "Kate." W •pay $5.00 reward for recovery of :dpg. Call R. L. Wade, Wade Fur. niture qo. or phone 3285, nights. ".'" l[16-ck-tf 5 month old brown & white, bobtailed toy terrier, female. Answers to name, "Tiny". Reward $5. Call 2897.' l|22-pk-25 Experienced cooks nnd waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck-tf The surface of the earth contains 55,000,000 square miles of land and 141.000,000 square miles of water. FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osccolo Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 Osccola, Ark. LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO, E. H. FORD, Representative -Phone 2811 206 Lynch Bldg. J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ark. DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Slain Biythevllle, Ark. Phone 2921 193-1 FORD -I door sedan. This c;ir is in good co»di(ion. " ' ; WE PAY TOP CEILING PRICE FOR CARS. CHAMBUN SALES CO. Ash & R.n. Sis. Cliatublin Bill Cliamblin Phone 2185 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining .your properly. Call me to check up >vithout cost or obligation. RATS, MICE AND IIOACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP , 309 E. Kentucky • '.•', ; fcJhtjnW &« I DON EDWARDS •?The Typewriter ftlUn" ROYAL, SMTTH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Every Transaction Must Bo Satisfactory) Screen Actress HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 Pictured * Meadow movie aclrcss, 2 Insect : 3 We 11 Abstracibeing 4 Great Lake 12 Incursion 5 ? od '" m ,% .on (symbol) id Beam 6 Bismuth ( 14 Near ' (symbol) 15 Palm lily '/ Suras up 16 Accomplish 8 Measure of 18 Us arca ,„_. , . . 0 Legal measure 19 Electrical ib Lixivium engineer (ab.) 15 £ M devicc 20 Staten Island 17 Lubricant (ab.) 21 Spain (ab.) 21 Extra 22 Italian river 25Perlaining to 23 Permit law 24 International 30 Horseback \ . language game :;i|v 20 And (Latin) SlTemppraryr, 27 Kind dwelling •'•' 32 Of Moorish descent 35 Plays on words 38 Chessmen 40 Gels up 41 Erbium (symbol)' 43 Company . 44 Bushel (ab.) 46 Daybreak (comb, form) 47 Paid notice 48 Father 50 United Stales of America . (ab.) 52 Intend 55 Possesses 56 She is a f r lo Previous 'Fuztlc NQ£. i* EC ss. INJICRECf 05 ARMY DIVISION A P 01 28 Any 29 Liculenant (ab.) 32 Military police (ab.) 33 On account (ab.) . 34 Registered' nurse (ab.) Wanted pcrlenced bookkeeper, Pliono COB. rabbits, Mo-Ark Habbll Breeders Assn. Phono 2IJ09. I|16-pk-2il5 yon want to tiny more Wlr onds SEW, 08 THE FUUNlTUUlK 01) \KK NOT USING, <or C4»ul Iso liberal (rudc-iu allgwuuoe filr furnlluro on new, Alvin Huvdy Funi. Co. K. M»ln Plione 2302 Try Our ."Own Mude" ICE CREAM 0le Hickory Inn Across From Hlgli Scliool Suve 00% Qn TRUSSES Steel imd Elastic STEWART'S D rug Sto re Main & Luke Phone 2822 Facing A NEW Y4ar In An OLD CAR .. .. 25, Dr. J, L. Guard Optometrist qt Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONET STEWART'S Drug Store j Slain & Lake Phono 2RZ2 BIDDLE EXTERMINATORS Ro.aohn, Kats and IJIlce fllml- (ulcil. Contract nerTke In peat control. Odorless M till odd. 115 8. Third 1'hone 2751 ... is the distance around the world. Yet today, 25,000 miles is a low speedometer reading for most cars. 50,000, 75,dOO'and oven 100,000 rnilcs 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 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 "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 be a good guide in making proper adjustments. Resolving to get the work done now will bo a GOOD Now Year's resolution. Use This CHECK CHART Docs Motor .Use Top,Much Does Motor Use Too Much Oil? Is Motor Hard To Sliirt? Is Motor Sluggish? Does Motor Get Too Hot? Docs Motor Kn.ock-Pin£? Is Motor Noisy? Is Cur Hard Tp Steer? Do Wheels Shimmy? Arc '1'ircs WoiU'inj; Unevenly? Do BraKcs Slip, (irub, Chatter? Arc (ii'iirs Hard'To'Shift,? Dues Clutch Sli|>, Griih, Squeal? Arc Gciirn Noisy? Docs ttodv Squonk, Rattle? 'Are •K.cndors Denied. Scratched? Does 'Unity Need Repairs, I'uinl? Blythevii lo OPEN DAY & NIGHT ALLEY OOP .WHILE MNG GU2 INVASION OF LEM WAS | A SUCCESS. HIS. SEIZURE OF THAT KINGDOM'S ROYAL JEWELS HIT ASNA6 WHEN HE FOUND, NOT K.ING WUR. BUT ALLEY OOP, ON THE THRONE.,. WHO .CHOOSES TO SET- n TLE THE MATTER\ BY NEGOTIATION (Jroul Dity Is Ilih'e .YES, I GRANT YOUR .MOOVIANN * HIGHNESS Til' RIGHT TO THIS Uy V. T. HANJLIN "ICT/jj WE ARE HEADS OF CIVILIZED NATIONS, AN* OUR RESPONSIBILITIES AIIETERHIF1C ... WE CAN'T PLUNGE OUR PEOPLES INTO BIOOOY CONFLICT OVER EVEN SUCH A MOMENTOUS MATTER .A3 mi' l NEVER THOUGHT I'D Sff TH' MY \VlteN THESE TWOOOPFS. WOULD SE£K AWAY TO SETTLE ' IN WHICH SOME POOR CHAP OIDH'TWIHD UP WITH A FIST IN HIS YAP' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Awful F •ofLTMF FIRST TIMC IW HIS LIFF, '(.ABD IS GETTIMG 6000 GRADES IN SCHOOI.,AND HE HA9 JUNIOR VOGEL To THANK FOR ir- AS LONGASJUMOR DOES kACD'S Hd^^F- VVORK EVERYTHING WILL BE SUPER. WE ONLY HOP!? THERE'S MO SLIP-UP lyMifeJi, J. .'. '• J£LJ • '' "1 RED RYDER It's LOOKING UP (ME MAV.BI:/\ BRAIN. VG WORDS.' ITS J LJkRD, BUT [i- YOU ASK -llS HOBBY ' /ME, HE DOESN'T ACT LIKL r ' HEALTHY. NORMM-' BOY/ \\-\E SltOULO RE DOIM6 5OMfTMiN& ACTIVE •TO BUILD UP HIS BOW .WHAT If- US MET A :REAL BOy ,AND 6Of INTO A FIGHT' liy BLOS8H HE WOULDN'T •\BLG iu DEFEND HIMSELF, AND (IF MkSMTGET HURT/ AMD IF THAT HAPPENS To THE LITRE Oiie-Miin Invasion 40Staff 42 Italian cipiUl 43 Slang •14 Tramp' i (slang) 45Unilcd Sfirv- ico Organization (ab.) 48-Dance step 35 Jumbled type 49 Donkey 36 Northeast 51 Average (ab.) (ab.) • 53.Each (ab.) 3V Steamship 54 Alternating (ob.) ' current (ab.) 39 Observe 55 Him I 10 &OF ~> N-NVAJO5 6ATMEK6 D 1HE.1R. ACRED ^E^el. HEED THE \0,\R>31 f^CS TO STAY AsvlM fRCW\ THE S> TrtM CrVM" \slLL PE. 5EA.M6.R l^S &EEM WASH TUBBS IlilNDRED MILE BY LESLIE TURNER CA.KT HOPE 5C*,PE DETECTION MUCH LONGER... AlMOSf DAYU6HT...BOUR START CLIVlBIIIG WISH TO REPORT HEARING LOW FI.YIHG S1KCLE 6KGIHE,EH? VWUI& SUGGEST MOR£SLE£P FOR SEA...ftNO EASY HEARS THE COAST OF JAPAN AOXI11ARY WlNGTftHKS EMPTY...I'LL SHED 'EM HERE.' HERVES...NO ENEWY S1NGIE MOTORED PLfSNE WILL TRY REACHING JAPAN-Y BOOTS AND HER BUObJES |?OV\,VliO "W Fast Work BY EDGAR MARTIN MVb<b t\AOO: T* (" II vwt 11 ' ^\\<b? _ ¥??.?* ,: % *$$$£ ti&u

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