The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1944 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5,1914 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION ~~j rale per line for consecutive Insertions; Minimum Charge BOo 1 time per line , ijo 2 tlaies per Uae pe/,-d»y 120 » itaet per Una ytt day Bo 6 tunei per lice per day 70 13 UniM per line per day 5c 1 Month per line ,,80o Ada ordered for tbree or Biz times and (topped before expiration will be charged for the number oJ times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy Mbmltted by persons residing out- ilde 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 ot »ny classified ad. For Sale For Rent Light housekeeping. 201 w. Vine. Four room furnished house. See Mrs. A. A. ScoU, 816 Clnvk Slrcct. 7|3-pk-7 Furnished bedroom. Couple preferred. Mrs. Kay Bradley, 101 Bust Sycamore. 7>5-))k-8 Hooins tor men. Atkins. 6j30-pk-30 Parker's Rooms for men. S)30-pk-6|30 Office In Ing>.im Building. Inquire JjUheJParkhurst Oo. H-30-ck-tl Wanted To Kent Adjoining clly limits one 5-ioom residence, one 3-romu residence one 2-ioom residence located on' 1 acre of ground, nice orchard now bearing fruit. Price $3,560 H c Campbell, 120 So. Second, Phone ^^' T-3-pk-ll Fresh flsh always on sale at Williams Market, next to Jodie Nn- ^-txts Store on Hwy. 18. G|14-pk7|14 Renewed pre-war bicycles. Guaranteed. Chlsum's Bike Shop 2020 W Cherry. Phone 596. fi|5-pk-75 Three used A-C Combines; one practically new. Write or call E. B. Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2020. 7|l-ck-tf Used Arcola heating system, complete with radiators. Will heat 5 room house. Will sell next few days very reasonable. Write J. L. 'Cjiompson, P. O. Box 468. 6i29-pk-7|7 lolhing finer than Haviland China for the bride. Planters Hardware Co. G-28-ch-2R Newly overhauled P-30 Furmall tractor on new rubber. Brand new cultivator and bush & bog disc harrow. Lee Wilson &, Co., Armorel. Phone 2088. 6-22-ck-U 22 Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blytheville Machine Shop. Phone 2823. cpa-ck-tf Spencer corsets for health nnd style. See Mrs. John Long, Registered C'oreeliere. 133 W. Kentucky. Phone 3388. 0124-pk-7|24 USED PIANOS bodght and sold. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. 6-14-ck-14 514 LACLEEE Tliese are two nice 4 room homes In u pleasing neighborhood. Inspect nnd tnke your choice lor $2100, on easy terms. Sec S. Jiedel, 224 Main Street. 6-12-pk-12 Mixed lumber, 2"—J40 per thousand. Phone E309, So. 21st St., Pride Addition. O. S. Rolllson. 5!29-ck-tf Table and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-ck-7 LIST YOUR PROPERTy~with~5. G. CAMPBELL,, 120 S. Second Phone 446. We get results. A REAL COTTON FARM AT BARGAIN PRICE OF $30.00 PER ACRE. 320 acres, 175 in cultivation. Cypress sandy loam. Fenced and cross fenced. Two houses, 4 barns. S.'W. ol Neelyville, Butler County, Mo. Must sell to wind up an estate. T. H. VINYARD, Poplar Bluff, Mo. 7-1-ck-S Feather pillows. 400 E. Davis. . 0;30-pk-8 50 gallon oak barrels. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Phone 2392. 6-20-ck-20 14-2 and 12-2 Romex wire. Lamp cords, Iron cords. Extension cords. Hardaway Appliance Co. 6-l"Sckl4 BLVTIIKVILLE CURB MARKET —has FRESH PEACHES, EGGS, slid the test fruits and produce to lie found anywhere. . . Located at 130 E. Main. Plione 973. D. S. Hay, M B""- G-21-pk-21 FEED-Hay, oats, sweet feed, shorts, poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. 6-10-ck-tf For farm bargains in Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. GUSTAFSON, Farm Sales, Ctarkton, Mo. 6-8-pk-8 SPECIAL For A Few Days 1 CASE COCA COLA And 75c Bottle Phillips 60 Furniture Polish—Both 1.39 Bring Four Empty Bottles POTTER'S STATELINE SERVICE STATION Dr. J, L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main $10 reward for Information leading lo rental of 2 bedroom apartment or house. Call B.A.A.P., extension _225. Tjl-pk-G Four rooms or more; furnished house or furnished duplex. Will consider furnishing a new duplex. Phone 2591J. (JjSO-pk-TS furnished npnrlmcnt on Wt'sl Side. Permanent lilylhevilk 1 couple. Call fllfs. J. C. Roach, -161. ; _ wm ^-2G-ch-l f Wanted to Huy Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furnl- tnre. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 200 per aoz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaner". Services Middle aged widow wants housework. Will consider practical nursing It permanent. Phone 2676. G|30-i>k-7j8 WANT TO SELL OR TRADE YOUR FARM Right Now! Sec Or Write Us While Prices Are Up! Rials Land Co. foUSSEIX E. RIALS Goff Hotel Phon e 2028 or 2029 Residence Phone 2330 ^ MM __^_____JMD-pk-5^ Helj) Wanlei Experienced beautician. Good salary and commission. Short hours. Write Box T.A.C., % Courier News. 6i28-ck-14 Experienced pressers and seamstresses. Apply Hud. sun. Tailgr Shop. ^, . 6-17-ck-17 Experienced cooks and waltreues. Apply Hotel Noble. Ifl-ck-tf HOPKINTON, R. I. (UP)—A frontier agricultural community In 1790, the entire town declared a holiday and turned out to . see a man (hive through the streets In a chaise -the first such vehicle ever to appear here. Fifty years later, Houkinton became u carriage ami sleigh mniitifncUirjiig center. BEAT ta^ THE ^ HEAT In taking that hot feeling out of sunburn, soothhiglieat rash, andirritated chafed skin, thousands are jindingout how to beat the heat with Mexsana, thesoothingmedicated powder. Mex- sana contains several ingredients recommended by s pocia! ists for t h ese discomforts. Costs little. Even greater savings in larger sizes. Get Mexsana. Every type of sport .shoe repair is made here irliere .1 iride slock of fine leathers and n)a- tcrials phis highly skilled workmanship insure the smartest appearing rcsui'.s combined wilh lop-nofcli wear and comfort. Moderate prices. UqLlTY.-Soe SHOP "121, W,'.M«:| N-ST. Sare B0% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S D r u f S t « f • Main & Lake Phone 2822 BIRD lo rm!uu» Pu»le HORIZONTAL 5D Erbium I Pictured Ant- (symbol) arctic bird COW'inglikc part 7 Beast OlSlalulc 12 Native metal fi2 Simpler 13 Also G3 Condiments 1-1 Musical nolc 15 Before 18 Levy 19 Attorney (iibbr.) 20 Toward 22 Matched groups 2.1 Near 24 Prim measure 2C Rhode Island (abbr.) 28 Aluminum (symbol) VERTICAL 1 Kitchen utensil 2 Aee 3 Following 4 Indian SCIiargedalonis B Short letter 7 Parts o( circles 8 Born 9 Beet 10 Skill " Permit 21 Speech 23 Changed <f 24 Otherwise 25 Caslle ditch 27 Symbol lor illinium 28 Rough lava 23 Cut '.10 Charges 32 Chlorine (symbol) 34 Either 40 Paid notice ,42 Woody plants •'41 Aristocratic 45 Nip 40 Operatic solo 47Ifnlo 48 Irldium . • (symbol) 4!) Harvest iOIJclcte 52Blp 13 Tailors 12 l\ 29 Senior Fellow '8 That one (abbr.) 31 Suburban (rain 33 Make amends 30 Sodium chloride 30 Great Lake 37 And (l,alin) 38 Within 40 Measure of area 41 Postscript (abbr.) 42 Spinning (oy 43 Lair 45 Stable 47 It is an nqnalie 51 Periods 54 Anger 55 Soup dish 57 Honey maker 53 Bind 35 37 58 39 Notary Public. 55 Go!( device (abbr.i 50 Short sleep zt s M Now Available In Book Form _ HOME, FROM DIEPPE A complete account of (he cxnerlciircs of Sergl. Kmrelt O e l«sb r , anila, Ark., war hero, one of flic first Americans to fl,M on the 0 In R •• Ur °r !" " llS War SCrVhl|r wllh tllD * al!ftn ' « lu «•««' Ma 0 n R • • Scottish Rcffimenl. l,n was wouiirtecl at l)ic,,|, c , spent 14 months in i f 1> , n - SOn :> " d "" :> " y W:lS rc " ;llrii "^. I'crmunently disabled from Ins wounds, he has rclurimt lo Arkansas after bi-Inf lionoraWy discliarsc.l from Uic Canadian Army. Every Aincricuii irill n-anl lu read (his alisnrliln- slorv of courage anil inilriotisin. ° r While they last— a limited number of special autographed copies, mailed anywhere postpaid. Only $1. SEN!) OKIHiliS TO SERGEANT OGLESBY % Courier News, Blylhevllle, Ark. Guaranteed REPAIR SERVICE ^ On AH Makes of TRACTORS, TRUCKS, FARM EQUIPMENT, MOTORS and CARS. Our shops are equipped with the most modern machinery. Five experienced mechanics and machinists guarantee FAST, RELIABLE SERVICE Electric and arc welding—portable and stationary units. WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OP PARTS LEE WILSON & (0. ARMOREL, ARK. CALL 2088 DON EDWARDS The Typewriter Mu" •MTTH. fJOBONi, AND REMINQ-TOS TTFEWKTTKH in H. ind rram Trmactlon Mutt B* B«Utf««torr) DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Miln BlytheTille, Ark. Phone 2t21 OLIVER V\KM EQUIPMENT Sales and Bcrrlc« HARRISON AUTO PAUT8 CO. 517 W. Ash I'lione. 2!l5a " H* w«n( t> ncjr Bllrt Wl , l)on«« SF.M, US THK FOKNlTUUE VOt ARE NOi USING f.r ««h[ Also liberal Inie-ln •ll«w»»* fur oU ftmltare KH new. Atrin HanJy Fnra. Co. l»l K. Ml 111 PhWM It*) We Specialize In Repairing Ford Cars & Trucks MOTOR* Tune ond Adjust. New Rings, Sleeves and Bearings. CHAbbl$.' Rebush Steering and Front Sysfem. Repair Brakes. BODY: Straighten, Refinish and Paint Damaged Metal Parts. Phillips Foremost Ford Protective Repair Service Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM I'lione 5S7 Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Die Hickory Inn Acrou turn Illih Schul Plenty of WOOD For Sale! BARKSDALE MANUFACTUIUNO CO. Phone 2011 Elmer Cunningham vuicAHizinc Tire ft Tube Repilr CtlUn Bell «JL * B. BVT. II (Former!} »H!i Am. PU.I PRESCRIPTIONS Frtghest Stnek Gnanntecd Beat PrlcM Kirby Drag Stores OPA Ceiling Prices On Used Cars.Go Into Effect July 10th Buy A Car From Us Now On GUARANTEED OPA JULY 10th CEILING PRICE Nn. Mukc •'ML 1011 iciii'A'Muyr r, PAHS, colii-K" BRA i ii) FF ifflT SiT Ol'A Celling Most of the Above Cars Are Equipped With Radios, Heaters, Etc, Many Other Cars—All Makes, All Models LOYEICH CHEVROLET COMPANY BlyrheviHe OPFN DAY & HITE Phone 578 Hare Fun & IlcfriKCrulor Molori Cleaned For Summer, Ne w Location! 16 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup 2993 or Z598 MEMDenoP SRUiCT A 10 .,, |N BEAUTIFUIj MEMORIAL PARK IVfiiis On Kumlly Cemclrry I,«ls.j| HOLT FUNERAL HOME BiiiwiNQ NATION.WIDH Fhoiu R7t for Details For Cnl.'« Sako Hv V. T- II *MLIN CREDENTIALS. RLE WE! / WSST..THE SIIW BUSINESS,OF /RIN6.OOC/ COURSE, BUT ORDERS / -JUST PRESS : THE PORT . _U IT ON HIS CAPTAIN! ^^--WAX TABU T CATS YOWLIN' AT SO lOUD.'HKe COMBS THE NIGHT WATCH! FRECKLES AND HIS FJHENDS . .--\600DBV-- BE GOOD \/ n ' \ _ f^-, ,., HAVF A > FARMERS ! We WANT" I r f" \™f \7 ' l 1 ' 1 GOOD ,—C A BUMPEfi CROP i /•! . Vr! ^ -tJ ,. .™*! 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