The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1945 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 24, 1945
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, liMS BLYTHEVJLLB COURIER NEW8 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line ror consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 50e 1. time tier line 15c 2 times per line per day 12c 3 times per line per day Bo 5 times per line per day 7c 12 times per line per day 5c 1 Month per line 90o Arts ordered for three or six times nnd stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times ••the nd appeared and adjustment of ','1)111 made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- j side of the 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 ad. For Sale F»r Kent Furnished apartment. 1014 West Cherry. l|24-pk-31 PAGB SSVE57' 110 acres of land and 70 acres. Both places have good houses and barns. Or would sharecrop to colored finnllles. Blytheville Gin Co. li22-ck-2S 2 room house, furnished, 1925 W, Sycamore. l|23-pk-2G 350 acres laud for rent. Ark-Mo Gin, Calumet, or phone 710 or 77-1. l|19-ck-25 Lovely bedroom. Men only. C13 Walnut. Phone 2496. l|18-pk-25 Kooms for men. Harry Atkins. 12[21-pk-l[21 1940 5-pussenger Plymouth coupe; good tires. l;24-pk-31 radio and heater; Phone 3297. Olfice In Ingram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tf Wanted to Bun Table electric washing machine. Phono 2368. l;24-pfc-31 Soybeans, liay and corn, Blythc- . vlllc Grain & Elevator Co. l[17-ck-U Typewriter, Phone 2578. I|13pk26 Electric washing machine. Phone State Certified, Ceresan-trcatert Dcl- tapine (Dl'L) 14 cottonseed $0.25 per 100 Ibs., $120.00 ton. State-Certified, Ccresan-treatcd Del- tnplnc (DPU 12 cottonsml U9« crop) $4.00 per 100 Ibs. $15.00 ton. | State-Certified Ralsoy (Improved Arksoy) Soybeiins $3.00 bushel, less tlian 100 bn. $2,00 per bnsliel, over 100 bu. I Delta Prolific Seed Corn $3.50 bn. Huvdettc Plantation, Durdette, Ark., Phone 182 l!22-ck-U j Kerosene water heater, complete. A. D. Abernnthy. Phone 51, Steele, Mo. rzi-pk-27 2898. l|18-pk-55 I P-20 Parmall tructqr, cultivator, breaking plow. Chcslle Avitts. % J. W. Wldner, rorlagcville, Mo. Phone 3012. Ij23-pk-30 By owner. 4 room house with bath; screened in back porch. Desirable location. Phone 2177. l|24-pk-27 Modern home from individual, M. P. Day, 1034 W. Main. Phone 410. l|18-pk-25 Af Ceiling Prices —Terms, Too!- 1940 BU1CK 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 Condition. Before you sell your fur, see Joe Hester nnd Son lor highest prices. Dealers In raw fur. Joe Hester's Grocery, N. Highway 61, Phone 2032. 12[l-pk-2-l 4 or 5 room house from individual. M. P. Dny, 1034 W. Main. Phone 470. l[.',8-pk-25 Will pay cash for §10,000 worlh of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. | 5 room house on two lots in good location. This house has floor fur. nace, hardwood floors, and is in excellent condition. See Jimmie Stevenson, Noble GUI Agency, for appointment. I|18-ck25 Will pay 2Qc per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson cleaners. Farm Needs 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. Buy With Confidence. P H I L L I P S MOTOR COMPANY - TtL 453 Walnut It Bth $ 5 \ Before you boy see our new type tractor tires. Available in all sizes. Montgomery Ward. l-lG-ck-29 [256 acres I'l miles west of Sikeston, Mo., in Little River Drainage District; under oil lease. Mrs. Sapp, 3G6'1 Washington, St. Louis, Mo. lil2-pk-26 11932 Chevrolet four door sedan for sale for shop, garage, storage and towing charges'if not redeemed by owner. Merrill's Garage. l|15-pk-29 Now is tlic time to buy yohr supply of motor oil ami grease if .you want lo save money. The event of the year! The big spring drum lot motor oil sale is now In progress at Montgomery Ward. ' l|22-ck-29 Bring us your poultry, hog nnd stock health problems. We carry n complete fresh stock of Lederle serums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main & Railroad. Wanted To Rent Furnished or unfurnished apartment. Permanently located. No children, no pets. Phone Fount Cox, Hotel Noble. lj22-pk-2C Help Wanted Dr, W, A. Taylor Veterinarian i'lioiic 453 See AI riilllliis Motor Co. you warn to Buy mb« War nils SV.I.L OB THE FDHNlTtJRK )U ARE NOT 08ING, for cashl Also liberal truilo-ln ullowmicc for M furniture on new. Alvln Hardy Ftirn. Co. I'. Main Phone Zit't Try Our "Own Mn.dc" ' ICE CREAM (iift Hickory Inn Across From Hluli School Save B07o On TRUSSES Sleel and Elastic STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Lake 1'lione 2822 Facing A MEW Year In An OLD CAR... 25, ~~ DrJ. L Guard Optometr/it at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main COLD WEATHER SERVICE —We install AUTO GLASS, new FLOOR MATS and SEAT COVERS, and REPAIR and REPLACE WORN TOPS! SERVICE STATION Phone Z811 WE FIM. AI.Ii DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVK YOU MONKT STEWART'S Drug Store Main & I.alic Vhono 28M F. B. JOYNER Corner Second & Ash Sts, ... 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 arc not uncommon. And it's still a LONG way to a new car. o With the New 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 be corrected immediately to prevent more serious trouble later. Make this quick check-up now. It will be a good guide in making proper adjustments. Resolving to got the work done now will bo a GOOD New Year's resolution. Use This CHECK CHART Docs Motor Use Too Much Gas? Docs Molor Use Too Much Oil? 'Is Motor Hard To Slnrl? Is Motor Sluggish? Does Motor Get Too Hot? Does Molor Knock-I'lng? Is Molor NoisyV Is Car Hard To Steer? Do Wheels Shimmy? Are Tires Wearing Unevenly? Do lirnla's Slip, Grub, Chutfer? Arc Geiivs FTarTTo Shift? DOOH Cliili'li S!i\>, Griih, Squeal? Arc Genrs Noisy? Dona Hodv Squonk, Hndlc? Arc Ponders. Dm! od. Sernlohrd? Does Uoily Ncnil Repivirs. 1'nint? Collector for national linn, calling on only white families in Blylhc- ville. Part time work, liberal commission. Apply mornings at 8; evenings at 7. W. p. McCallum, Ooff Elotel. l[24-|)k-27 Ex|>ericnced cooks nnd waitresses.! Apply Hotel Noble. 10-ck-tf Services 11 have a practically new 5 room house. Will sell completely furnished or unfurnished. Tills house is a real buy. Jimmie Stevenson, Noble CF!II agency. l|18-ck-25 I Corn, oats, chops, hay, dairy and poultry feeds, Custom feed grinding. Blytheville Grain & Elevator _Co. l|17-ck-tf | 10,000 bushels yellow corn. Goodin Bros., Charleston, Mo. 1110-pk30 Tractor, stalk cutters. Blytheville Machine Shop. l|l-ck-tf 140 acres good Innd on graded road near Manila. Good 3 room cypress boxed house, metal roof. All fenced. An exceptional buy nt $131.25 per acre. Half cash. Good terms on balance at. low interest rate. Possession now. R. A. Ashabraner, Manila. )2j25-pk-25 ! Electric and Baffery Radios Hardawav Appliance Co. 10-16-ch-T I Wood or coal circulator heater Night phone 3309. O. S. Rolllson 10i2ft-cfc-tl | INSULATION — Storm windows, weatherstripping. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. 12[26-ck-26 Situations Wanted IJON'T WAIT Until Spring to have your tractor repaired. Avoid delays and valuable farming hours by having \is check and repair your tractor now. We also specialize in steam cleaning and painting machinery. PAUL BYRUM, Allis-Chalmcrs dealer. 112'l-ck-2|7 Lost Here Are A Few REAL USED CAR BUYS! 1940 CHEVKOLKT 4 door sedan. Motor in A- 1 condition. 19-10 STUDEHAKKIt 5 passenger c'ouii'c'. Excellent rubber. l'M9 PONTIAC town sedan. 4 new tires and lfl'15 license. 1937 OLDSMORILE 4 (Jodr sedan. Radio and heater. One white nnd liver female Pointer Bird Dog; wearing old collar. Answers to the name of "Kate." Will pay $5.00 reward for recovery of dog. Call R. L. Wade, Wade Furniture Co. or phone 3285, nights. Rangers in Yellowstone National Park have short-wave radios in their regular equipment, to aid in fire protection work. Hold Everything | Truck driver. Phone 2795. ]123-pk30 Wanted I Live meat rabbits. Mo-Ark Rabbit Breeders Assn. Phone 2609. 1115-pk-2jl5 i Wanted; 3 riders to leave for Los Angeles, California, Tuesday. January 30th. Phone 2177. l,M-pk27 "The bayonet instructor is sore —somebody put a tack on his chair!"' J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing; ' 'NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. lie, Ark. DRS. MIES & WES OSTEQPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 k Clinic 514 Main ^ , BIytheyllle, Ark. Phone 2921 1934 FORD 'I eloor sedan. This car is in good cwdi- (ion. WE PAY TOP CEILING PRICE FOR CARS. CHAMBUH SALES CO. Ash & K.K. Sts. Lei Chainblin Bill Chamblin DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET (Every Transaction Most Be Satisfactory) )j U. S. Army Doctor HORIZONTAL 49 Cognomen 1 Pictured 50 2000 pounds Army sur- 51 Network of geon-gcnerol, nerves 53 Five and five 9 By 54 He supervises 10 Device for carrying dishes 11 Atmosphere 13 Female sheep (pl.) 15 Military police (ab.) 16 Excellent IV Vigilante group 18 Totalled 20 Hall-em 21 Behold! 22 Inquires 25 Beyond 27 Daybreak (comb, form) , 28 Paid notice . 29 Compensates 31 Shortly 34 Aluminum (symbol) 35 He is in ; charge of I medical care | for American 39 Iron (symbol) 40 Parts p£ bodies 43 Measure of area '44 Make a [ speech l ,47 American 1 ostrich ' ,48TariUlum PRESCRIPTIONS rrn hnt (jtock GBinnteed Beit Pricte Urby Dng Stores OPEN DAY & NIGHT Kin.U (Jets'Told Oft V. T. HAMUN AS i NECAU-,YOU RETURNED^ /~ -\ THEN WHY V/HEN HE GOT TO MOO.TGETTI-1 1 MAGIC OEUK YEH. A(\O HERt,DIDN'T YOU MAKE HANDED OACK TO YOU! /•' IT SURE \\-\Vf\ A OEAL/STEDDA VGAME. WITH A PACKET /MUSTA DONE \MAKIN 1 '(M MAD.50 HE'D OF OAIT AGUTTER, HOPING / IT.TH' WAS' HE I CALL IN THAT HE£L ' T WOULD SET GUZB HENVT CAME'ROARIN' \ OF A GRWvlD-WKEP, ATWITTEAl A IN HEfVE WITH J SHsSTER, YOUR ^-•-•^V HIS ARMY-' /CARCASSTO PEEL! AV*K! JUSTV/HEN I HAD GUZ ON TH' ROPES. 1 FIN'O 1 TM-KEO MVSELF INTO A JA^\! ILL SAV VOU HAVE, IN A GIVEAT.BIG WAV! VOU GET DUMBER TH' WAR'S OVF.R EXCEPT POP. YOUR NEGOTIATIONS.., HIGHNESS GETTVV GimwD ON TH' DOUBLE ' FRECKLES AND HIS PUIBNns ('IT CAN'T &E...\T MUSTN'T BE.'--~ FATE CAN'T DO TlUS TO ME .' COME OM IN, GALS ---irs ON ME/ ) OH.IAKD, VOU'RF J'W ROLUMC- IN MAZUMA AND I'M ' /ft3SlTIVCLV SUPER.' ifSOMNA SPREAD THE WEALTH/ .r-' V, ' i-J IT! I FT 1 " -^ I PURELV SCLFISM OF Mtr .' VVHEM I frCF OWl r or- HER Movies i I.IK.E ib SLIWOUSJDOP P*V A HAKEM.'---AMD L MISS TlllS PICPLJRG FOR A MIILION BUCKS.' CO'JLDN'T DRIVE ME AWAY ' --' LAKP- , HANA6»V. &UT 1 EXPECTED TROUBLE 5 CAME HEKF TO FIMD LITTlE" BEAVER.' J LUTU BEAVER fAt YOU ONl'Y WHO KN-owe PART SECRET TO LOST INDIANS BE VERY AN6RY IF THEY SEE WHI1E f-VM HERE WHO •STOLE: LUILE: Ansircr to Frevloufi FnztTe NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites nmy be ruining your properly. Call me check up without, cost or obligation. RATS, MICE AND KOACII CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK H.C. BLANKENSHIP 309 E. Kentucky care for • VERTICAL 12 Livtly dances 32 Born 1 Current 14 Harden 35 Man's nam« events 16 Distant 36 Matched 2 Mineral rocks 17 Vegetable 37 Angry. 3Mount(ab.) ISPcrlod 38 Male oftspi I n J i Provide with 23 Lock opener 41 Army food weapons 24 Distress signal (slang) 5 Short sleep 25 Dance step 42 Gambling 6 Kentucky 26 Excitement game. (ab.) 29 Kitchen 45 Scale of pay 7 Incursion utensil Ji 48 So be ill 8 Gentle 30 Keenly ^ 51 Registered.. 9 Mexican watchful nurse (ab.)i \peasanfs 32 Frequently ^yASH TU1313S WOK FIFTEEN MINUTES,JAP I'V T TORT IK TfTRNER HO RESPONSE TROM HIS RADIO- BUT HIS SETfMY SPOTTERi SAY MANE APPEARS TO BE AMftRKHTOJO. Ht STILL DOES \/ W NOW m - "^S PASSED OUT NOT ANSWER,Slt5/ \ or OUR RANGE...PRODftBLY IDEMTIFICWIOM or- \ CHWIGED HIS COURSE ! WARN MYSTERY PLANE IS HEADQUARTERS ON HOUSHU HOT SATISFACTORY TO LOCATE ItlW IWMCOIATEIYJ HWE THEM DIRECT INTERCfPIOR PATROLS TO HIM AT ONCE.' IF HE IS All CHEWY IMPOSTOR, 1HEY Will BLOW HIM TO BITS.' TORS TRY TO CONTACT THE iWSTEPlpUS PLANE Ho Allied Cm- !*! O 1 ? COO^-bt'. NO

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