The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 7, 1944
Page 5
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FRIDAY, JUTA' 7, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive Insertions; Minimum Charge .,.„,.,COO i time ptr line , ..IM 3 times per Un« per d»y 13c m Ume« per line per day 8c T '« ™« Per line per day 7o U times per Un 8 pe, ^y ^ 1 Month per line Wo Ads ordered for three or ux times •na stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. AH Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- •ide 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 wlil be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of my classified ad. For Sale For Sale mam duplex. Call 3280. 7j7-Bk-H Electric slovc; oil lisaler. PJione _2459, 7-C-pk-9 Small 5 room frnme house with bath, In good condition, on West, Holly St., near Division. Phone 941. room 232. 7j7-pk-H Bassinette wllli robber tires, $0, S08 So. Lake. fjl-pk-11 Nice residence on Holly Street. 5 rooms with bath. Price $3,650. H. C. Campbell, 130 S. 2nd St. Phone 4 ". 7-6-pk-13 Keg-islercd Hereford bull. Old enough for service. .1. C. Buchiinnn, phono 578 or _333 5. 7-7-ck-7 Good Model A Ford. Cheap. 309 E. Kentucky. 7|7-pk-U Adjoining city limits one 5-room residence, one 3-room. residence, one 2-j'oom resilience located mi 1 acre of ground, nice orchard now bearing fruit. Price $3,500 H C Campbell, 120 so, Second,' Photic 44G - 1-3-pk-ll i'urcbred registered Duroe lircd gilfs. Kreil to outstanding hours for September litters. Prices are reasonable. J. C. Buchanan, farm 2 1-2 miles W- on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 7-7-ck-7 Fresh fish always on sale at Williams Market, next to Jodie Na_ bers Store on Hwy. 18. 6]H-pk7|14 Three bedroom residence, I5~il fWfitage, two servant houses No k Broadway. Price $5,250, terms. H. ^Campbell, 120 S. 2nd St. * *t>. • • T|G-pk-13 Three used A-C Combines; one practically new. Write or call E. B. Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2026. Nothing finer than Haviland China for the bride. Planters Hardware Co. 6-28-eh-28 Newly overhauled p-30 Farmall tractor on new rubber. Brand new cultivator and bush & bog disc harrow. Lee Wilson &, Co., Armorel. Phone 2088. 0-22-ck-tf 22 Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blythevllle Machine Shop. Phone 2828. G|23-ck-tf Spencer corsets for health and style. Bee Mrs., John Long, Registered Corsetlerc: 133 W. Kentucky Phone 3388. 6|24-pk-T|24 USED PIANOS hodght and sold. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. 6-14-ck-14 , 325 MISSOURI 5H LACLEDE These arc two nice 4 room homes in a pleasing neighborhood. Inspect . and take your choice'for $2100, on easy terms. See S. Jledel, 224 Main Street. 6-12-pk-12 Mixed lumber, 2"— »4o per thousand. Phone 3309, So. 21st St., Pride Addition. O. S. Rollkon. ' ' 5129-ck-tf Table and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAW&Y APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-ck-7 LIST YOUR PROPERTY with H. C. CAMPBELL, 120 S. Second. Phone 446. We get results. A REAL COTTON FARM AT BAROA:N PRICE OP $30.00 PER. ' ACRE. 320 acres, 175 in cultivation. Cypress sandy loam. Fenced and cross fenced. Two houses, 4 barns. S. W. of Neclyville, Butler County, Mo. Must sell .to wind up an estate. T. II. VINYARD, Poplar Bluff, Mo. 7-1-ck-G 'eather pillows. 400 E. Davis. 6j30-pk-8 50 gallon oak barrels. Dr Pepper Bottling Co. Phone 2392. 14-2 and 12-2 Romex wire. Lamp cords, Iron cords, Exlunslon cords. Hardaway Appliance Co. 6-i4ckl4 BLYTHEVIILE CURB MARKET -has FRESH PEACHES, EGGS and the best fruits and produce to be found anywhere. . . Located at 130 E. Main. Phone 973. D. S. Hay, Mgr. 6-21-pk-21 FEED—Hay, outs, sweet feed, shorts poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blythevjlle Grain & Beautiful 2 piece Living Room Suite. Table model radio. Phone 3255. 7;S-I)k-10 For Rent Warehouse, 10x50, in roar of USO building. Bntrnncc from alley. See Mi 1 . Hnrtzog at Hart's Bakery. 7-0-ck-13 Light housekeeping. 201 W. Vine. 7!5-pk-8 Bedroom, adjoining buth. Twin beds. Working girls preferred. Phone 570 (liter 5:30 p.m. 7-G-pk-10 POET HORIZONTAL beasts 1 Pictured fa- ^3 Cut , mous writer, ™ Liibncanl Homy Wads- 57 Distonl worth . 9 Brother „ 12 Age ** .. 13 Measure of > ; area 14 Before ' 15 Fate 18 Obligation" , 18 Notion l 19 He Is one of America's best-known 20 Only ' : ' . 22 Much of his poetry was ; based 011 foil; E8 Exist 00 Also 01 Beverage C2 One of his , most famous ','. works Is y u ii < • i : . VERTICAL J Con due led lOFisli eggs 11 Attorney (abbr.) 38 Observe •>,.< 30 Ocean 40 Etruscan t!tl< " jo» *>nt u «»j oi*n ffti Bonrfi 8EIJ, 1)8 THE FURNITURE *OU ARB NOT USING Jcr ouhl *•" llbtr.1 tr»(Je-ln 17 Musical soumt 45 Capable 19 Part of ship 46 Slavic 21 Ignlled Two large rooms, water and lights Northwest corner Gump Moiil- trie. Sec Mrs. Maud B. Edlngton from 9 till 7. 7-G-pk-9 Furnished bedroom. Couple preferred. Mrs. Kay Bradley, 101 East Sycamore. 7|5-pk-8 Rooms for men. Atkins. G[30-pk-30 Parker's Rooms for men. 5|30-pk-6130 Office In Icgwm Building. Inquire at the Parklmrst Co. 11-30-ck-tf Vein Wanlei Experienced beautician. Good salary and commission. Short hours. Write Box T.A.C., % Courier News. 0|28-ck-14 Experienced pressere and seamstresses. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 5-17-ck-17 Experienced cooks and waitresses Apply Hotel Noble. I«-ck-tt 'Jobs Wanted Army wife will care for baby 5V. clays per week. 8 hours daily. Plio" 2439 miring day. 7|7-pk-H Services Middle aged widow wants homework. Will consider practical nursing It permanent. Phone 2675 .C|3a-pk-7[8 Wanted An eight-day mantle, striking clock. Phone 43-1. 7-G-ck-tf Wante'd to Buy Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per am. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Kent Five dollar reward offered for Information leading to rental ot furnished apartment.- Call Lt. Ciiicl, 232 Army Air Base. 7-1-pk-ll Pour rooms or more; furnished house or furnished duplex. Will consider furnishing a new duplex Phone 2596. GI30-pk-7lg Small furnished apartment on West Side, Permanent Blytheville couple. Call Mrs. J. C. Roach, 4GI. . The noseprint of a dog is ns distinctive and individual as the fingerprints of human beings. Guy Gean's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer Big Tent Now Located Across From Nu-Way Laundry Afternoon and Nile Session* Elevator Co. 6-10-ck-tf For farm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. QUSTAP- SON, Farm Sales, Clarklon, Mo. 8-8-pk-8 Spring and Bummer TUNS-OP Save Gasoline . . . Save Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T I. SEAT MOTOR CO. Dealer Parti A Berries Ul W. Ash Fh*o* 1122 Dr. J. L; Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Sure 50 % On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic S T E W A R F S D r u f S t • r « Main & Lake Phone 2822 24 Steamship (obbf.) 20 Nickel (symbol) 27 Company (abbr.) 28 Like 30 Belief 32 Turn 34 Be indebted 35 Creek letter 3G Spools 39 Slumber ; 41 Erbium (symbol) ; 42 One (Scot.) '• 43 Each (abbr.) : 44 Nova Scotia ' (abbr.) . 45 High cards . 47 Girl's name ; 49Inlant • 51 King of 2 Native metal" 23 October 3 Grabs 24Sho»'' ) 4 Musical note 25 brain 5 Great Lake 28 Pale C Sheltered side 20 Knrts V Verbal ., 31 Bom 8 Us 33 Anger 9 Floating ice 37 Shoestring FT iz I5T m- iT 5T 47 Cotch 48 Against 49 Snake 50 Be sick 52 Man's name 5J Charged atorj 55 American t( novelist 57 lion (symbol) 59 Myself Now Available In Book Form — HOME, FROM DIEPPE A complclc account of ll.e experiencei of Sergt. Kvcrell Oslesbr, Manila, Ark., war hero, one of the first Americans to njht on the con Jienl of Kumjic in this war. .Serving with the gallimUld Kaiex hcollish Regiment, lie was woiimlccl nt Dieppe, spent 14 monllis in a Nan prison and rinnlly wus rciintrlnlcd. Permanently disabled from his nounih, lie lias relumed <o Arkansas after belne lioiKjr.Uily dlsclnirgcil from the Canaillan Army. Every Anwrlciin will want to read Iliis absnrbine story of courage and p;itriollsm. While they last— -a limited number of special autographed copies, mailed anywhere postpaid. Only $1. SEND OKDETIS TO " SERGEANT OGLESBY % Courier News, Dlyllicvillc, Ark. NITRATE FERTILIZER :— For Side Dressing. J. L. TERRELL TITS. Bdwy. Phone 2631 OLIVER FARM EQWPMKNT Sales and Servlee HARRISON AUTO I'AKTS CO. 617 W. Asli Hione 2552 Ahrin Hardy Fare, Co. HI E. Mlln Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM Phone S51 '1'ry our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn fr«m Hl(h Plenty of WOOD For Sale! BARKSDALE MANUFACTUIUNO CO. Phone 2911 Elmer VULCANIZinG lire ft Tube Repair Cotka Belt EJL * B. Hwj. 11 (ForBuly with Enflu Am. pu.| PRESCRIPTIONS Frwhwt Stock Gt»r«ntee4 Best PricM Kirby Drag Stores OPA Ceiling Prices Oh Used Cars Go Into Effect July 10th WHY WAIT! Buy A Car From Us Now On GUARANTEED OPA JULY 10th CEILING PRICE ''**! 2<WH _____ _ noon .">•" I i-'QKi> 2 Y)0(¥rKiTl)TN~~ ui;») | fON'iiAc 2~fio()"jr:sic . l 27JI7 Most of the Above Cars Are Equipped With Radios, Heaters, Etc. Many Other Cars—All Makes, All Models LOY EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY Blyrhoviiie OPf N DAY & N/TE Phone 578 Hare fun & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Sttlcup Phono Z99J «r JSS98 J. LOUIS CHERRY Iteprtwntlnr NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO, Blj«he»ille, Ark, ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We_riave three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON Cleaner — Tailor — Clothier GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Also—Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 DRS. WES & NIES OSTEOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY CANCER; OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Main Blytheyllle, Ark. Phone 2»21 We Specialize In Repairing Ford Cars & Trucks MOTOR! Tune and Adjust. New Rings, Sleeves and Bearings. l Rebush Steering and Fronf System. Repair Brakes. BODY.' Straighten, Refinish and Paint Damaged Metal Parts. Phillips Foremost Ford Protective Repair Service Tel. 453 SIMPI.V (.OCAI'E AMD . . A S'.-UP THN'S BOUND f3IUO--Lt3T&TCY THl- THAT'S UOAD1KSQ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIEND! •WE'RE BEING GOOD CITIZENS )TnAT's RiQilf 8V USING- THIS IDLE LAND To /MISS KAY' PLANT VEGETABLES / ;-r=3f ' 5F"V>v- ' • THINK VVF.VE AIL ! LEARMED A LESSON DIESE DAVS —- > NOT To WASTE A ! -, THING/ Hey--, now COME FISHING? SINGLE THING THESE DAYS-& ANOi FOUND COT.n _\W OT NtA SCUVtfC. 1UC. T. M. RtO. U. a Lnrkcv Recovers By FRED BARMAN WHILE TRI^'6 V' i THE BAf^K \MJLT, LA.R WITH RED WHO TR1 is)6 TO PREVENT ROBBERY IS OUT RYDER/ \ HO\\VD HE ) HERE .y UD5 FLICKER AND HE SIOWLY WASH TUBES UY LESLIE TURNER GET A LOAD OF THIS — THEY'RE (JETTIW^ WORRIED 7 SW!\TISLAT¥J WE WOUIDNT 1ST WI16V ) HEART,SKOWJ 'AW PARLIN6, THE ftWS ARC FINISH LAST NiaHT,..yoowT REWHS- PLEMTV MOiiY TOMI6HT THfttE-pLAME MISSION |S ( FIELP AMD WAIT 1 CAM HfvRDLY HEAR MViElF THINK. MAYBE THEV DOU'T HAVE ANWWE THEV'Re &o WWELY FOR A5 UMWRttM OKW fHREEMOREMISSWNS AMD I ' BOOTS ANU_HEIM|IJDDIES BY EDGAIl MARTIN '< Walnut at 5th

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