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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 5, 1945
Page 5
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, I94S BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER R0WB PACillPITTS, ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line ror consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 60o J. lime per line , 15o 2 times per line per day 12o 3 times per line per day Bo 5 times per line per day 7e 12 times per lino per day 6c 1 Month per line 90o Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number ot times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside 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 lime rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale for Sale rooms furniture. Phone 2096. 5-pk-12 Baby bed. complete with springs inul mutlress. Phone 2090, 5pkB For Rent rtoom in private home. Steam heat. Phono 284-1. 2-5-ck-tf * * * I ; DON'T SELL YOUR CAR Until You Get 2 room furnished apt. li mi. south first gate of s B.A.A.F. Mrs. R. L Maxwell, Route 1, Blytheville. 2;3-iik-2;ti 2 bedrooms with kitchen privileges. Phone 2096. 5pk8 Furnished apartment for enlisted man and wife, no children. Apply after 5:30, 1C01 W. Ash. Ph. 2919. 2;2-pk-C Herti'oom. No children. Mi's. \V. L. Green. Phone 2177. 'Jj2-pk-B Any part of 100 acres for siaar* cropping or rent 1-3 and >i and pay ii cotton picking, near Reaves, Mo. W. T. Haddock, Arbyrd, Mo. 2;3-pk-10 Dr, W. A. Taylor Veterinarian I'liono 453 See A{ I'lillltiu Motor Co. RABBITS — N. ?,. WHITES Registered and Pedigreed .Stock Allen Rushing, B/ytlicville, Ark. Phone 2950. 2|3-pk-3.3 5 room plastered house. Attic fan. Electric hot water heater. This house is in A-l condition. Has nice servant's house and 2-car garage. 5-room modern suburban home. New electric water system. 2 acres well drained land. Cross fenced. Producing orchard. Chicken house and other outbuildings. Family owning this home can forget food rationing. MAX LOOAN Ph. 502 . . . 1134 W.' Ash 2-6-ck-B 0 room house with garden, on gravel road \'i mile north Dcil High School, electricity and water, $30 per month. J. L. Lewis, Dell. ' -2|l-pk-8 111 acres land, 4 good houses and barn, one mile off gravel rouil near Blytheville. Would like to sell tenant mules and tools. Blytheville Gin Co. 2[3-ck-7 SEWING MACHINES' HKNTED— Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone 2782. -114 So. Broadway. 2-1-ck-tf Nice bedroom, Joins bath. Meri only. 013 Walnut, Phone 2496. 211-pk-8 Wanted to, Buy Electric Motors—all si/cs up to 2 H. 1'. Himliiway Appliance Co. 2-2-ck-2 Pretty two bedroom bungalow, modern, extra large rooms, all newly decorated and spotless. Large lot. lovely shade and fruit trees. Write Box JA, Courier News. 5]>kB Five room house with floor furnace, hardwood floors, metal cabinets in kitchen, fireplace in living room, attic fan. See Jimmie Stevenson, Noble Gill Agency. 2;3-ck-10 Red registered 10 month Cocker Spaniel female, $35.00; typewriter, good condition, $35.00; electric fan, S5.00. Call 264<J. 5-pk-B Want several 'used A-c combines. State year model, and price. Will also buy other tractor equipment. Write Box C. J., % Courier News. . 2]l-pk-311 Revolver or automatic pistol In good condition. Phone 866. 2j3-pk-7 - PHILLIPS' PRICE : ^ BLYTHEVILLE'S HIGHEST USED CAR BUYERS * * Phillips will pay you the TOP CASH PRICE without any risk of OPA violation; «»• . , . ... without any repair or advertising expense on your part; without any notes — ALL **" CASH; and/without any "Come-Back" on **" you or Delay. » PHILLIPS NEEDS 50 USED CARS All Idle Cars Are Now Needed In The War Effort! , H I L L IPS: * MOTOR COMPANY* U jou want to Boy mow W«r llomls BELL 1)8 THE FURMTUKK VOU AUK NOT USING, for cajhl Also liberal Inido-Iii ntlowuiKse (or old furniture oil new, Alvln Hurdy Furn, Co, 3 K. Mnlit Phone 2S92 Try Our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Die Hickory Inn Across I'roin Ills' 1 School Suvo 50% On T-R U S S E S Sled ami Klusllc STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Luke Plume 2822 J"[^fmebayif «r', , '/. flfijft • «• *.' . " ^ • . . ^:f<j^:. ••: .>.. v. ^ • . ; "4ft^ 11 -j --i? •"'•*.-•' •. ••- ilfaiiajrpufxtf SftSpSif *' • •' • • ™ .-. •* liWWarkr Dr. j. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Walnut At Gih Phone 453 Office safe with burglar proof chest. Barksdnle Mfg. Co. Phone 2911. 2[l-ck-1 Soybeans, hay and corn. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. l|i/7-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. High pressure steam boiler. 25 H.P. Call Mr. Hart, 2073. 2j2-ck-9 1939 Tudor DeU:::c Ford, excellent condition including tires. 108 S. Franklin. 2;3-pk-7 Six room house with bath, hardwood Poors, large lot, two outbuildings. For information apply 701 Park St. 2i2-pk-lG Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson 'Cleaners. Farm Needs Good four room house and one acre _ of land on Highway 61, just north of Blytheville, near my home. On the market for a few days only. E. O. Adams. 2j3-pk-7 Large Italian outwork table cloth and napkins. $25.00. Winter coat, size 12, $25.00. Mrs. James A. McKenzie, 701- Chickasawba. 2 : 2-pkG Bring us your poultry, hog and stock health problems. We carry a complete fresh stock of Lederle serums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main & Railroad. l|4-ck-4 Help Wanted 101) E. Davis St. 5 room & bath. Good condition, well located. Also lias 3 room apartment on rear of lot; furnished, renting for $23.50 per month. Out of town owner. Have orders to price it to sell at once. Call us for appointment to inspect. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861 108 No. 2nd. 2;3-ck-7 Hardware Mutual and Hardware Indemnity Insurance Company of Minnesota have a salaried sales position open in Blytheville and adjoining counties. The man we want must be draft exempt, under 50 years of age and must be well recommended. Previous insurance experience not essential. 805 Sterling Bldg., Houston, Texas. 2-5-ck-12 SEE... CALL... or WRITE me for your STONEVILLE COTTON SEED Swift's Red Steer and Nitrate Fertilizers . . , Also Seed Sacks J. L TERRELL 111 S. Bdwy. Blytheville, Ark. Ph. 2831 WE FILL ALL DOCTOR8' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Imke Phone 2822 PRESCRIPTIONS Frcihett Slock Bert I'rtew lirby Drag Stores At.T TCV OOP V? ty <«fl0f m m fcSjBBTC You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if you'll bring that idlefcar to us, so that we can re-sell it to someone who is engaged in essential Work and who urgently needs dependable wartime transportation; WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSI WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED.CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! DOCTORS NITO TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION): FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! -J Loy Eich Chevrolet Company ALLEY OOP Let's Ilu C!eiillcnicii V. T. Two 17 jewel pocket watches. Almost new. Elgin and Illinois. Potter's State Line Station. 2|l-ck-8 Three bedroom house on two choice lots. Solid foundation and practir cally new roof. Quick occupancy. See Jlmmic Stevenson, Noble Gill Agency. 2>3-ck-10 Experienced cooks and Apply Hotel Noble. Services waitresses. 10-ck-tI Aiuo glass installed while you wait. Blytheville Machine Shop. 2j2-ck-lf I have a nine room house located on two acres of land and close to town. This is a real buy. See Jimmie Stevenson, Noble Gill Agency. 2j3-ck-10 One two row John Deere corn, bean and cotton planter in good shape. One one-row riding corn, bean and cotton planter good as new. One grist mill. One hammer mill. C. P. Tucker, phone G31. I|31-pk-2i1 Five room house in ideal location. Has recently been redecorated. See Jimmie Stevenson, Noble Gill Agency. 2;3-ck-10 900 W. Ash St. 3 bedroom house on corner lot. Well located. In fair condition and certainly worth more than we have it priced for. Our best bergain—see this one! TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 8C1 108 N. 2nd. 2 3-ck-V DON'T WAIT Until Spring to have your tractor repaired. Avoid delays and valuable fanning hours by having us check and repair your tractor now. We also specialize in steam cleaning and painting machinery. PAUL BYRUM, Allis-Chalmers dealer. I|24-ck-2j7 Federal nnd state Income tax ro- turns prepared. 320 Chickasawba Ph. 2808 112G-pk2]26 Strayed Little boy's pet black goat, no good for milking. Reward. 309 So. Division, or Harris Park. 2;2-pk-I Wanted Two small families to make crop. Tractor men preferred. Houses located on hard surface road. H. L. Halsell, Promised Land, phone 632. 211-pk-15 Bath tubs now available if you arc eligible to file a priori ly form. Conic ID Montgomery Ward office for information. Ask for Mr. Clemmons. l-26-ck-12 Your(ar Until You Get Our Price! We Pay Top Ceiling Price And We Need 50 Cars Now Authorized Studebaker Parts & Service CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Ash & K.R. Sts. Lex Chamblin Hill ChamMIn THE INTCRNKUONA.L CONFERENCE GTOVE IS TRYING TO ESTABLISH R1GVUFLJL OWNERSHIP OF THE OEVJKLS NOW ADORNING KING ALLEVOOF^ PERSON... OUR HE fitiS P/./W TO FtEGNN ~TH£ MAGIC BELT 15 IN DANGER OF GETTING OUT OF' HAND.' BY SOUR S1L1IMCE. I MUST \ OIWJFTHAIS CONSTRUE ooPa INDICTMENT) TH' w«,' s<ou OF StUJ ASTRUEl TH' LACK /LEMIANS WWT OF REBUTTAI-CONSTCTUTE,5|lT,Ti-WO"VH' A CONFESSIONS THAT MOO / WAV IT IS.-.AN 1 13 GUIUY OF OPEN .,, AGGRES510NI §HHHt VOURJYHECK WITH DIPU3MACVjJ^^' 1 ' t3 < 1 t:/W.l HERC.OOPl 2S3, f\ CAME HERE T'GET /'LOOK, FOOZV, X HBS HEADED ' THAo NO SUMPIN AN' I'M NOT / I GOT A rCEUMG\ DUE SOUTH .. WAS 1 TO \ GOMNA BE TRIPPED PRESENT V UP BY A LOTTA mtJl rvMM'ir ^i TAX-V^> J 1 -"^-4 , , I CK3T A FTEUWG\ .. Tl IAT Bid QUDQ'a HE'S eUMMthf j GONNA HAKE /HIS WORKS 1 . ME HADI FRECKLES AND HIS FHII5NIJS Well Informcil Live meat rabbits. Mo-Ark Rabbit Breeders Assn. Phone 2009. lJ15-pk-2115 Lost 3 car keys bearing license No. 10406 inside leather case. Reward. Phone 32C6. 2,2-pk-6 DON EDWARDS 'The Typtwrller Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE TYJt'liWKlTEHi) 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 (Ewery Transaction Mast Be Satisfactory) ' n .1 1 '1 Movie Actress » i IIORIZON'TAL COPropeT self 1, 4 Pictured through water screen actress C 1 Exhibits " 11 Bard 62 Soak up 13 Piece of track VERTICAL 1.1 So be ,1! 1Miraic 's p f IB ^i p A & fc 1 O 0 y D 15 A t> H E U X "''• * i ij N s H \ \ L A p i- e K •t; P /^ L H A J £ W si i M A t= rl INSIG SI) 1 A J1ECF an CORPS (TJiARim AIM B? r E U U N C W F Wi L. t P *• A N E 1 O J5 P A h= •p? T K Q * A M K N ft ^ e p ^ L S ^ C C <L 1 T __ OD P ^ "C"T ^ s •ouc TIMES YOGEL HAS PEPPERED UKP WITH A SiborgR. ODRWG A CRUCIAL HOCKEY , GAME, ALLOWING KINGSTON TO SCO2F FOUR GOALS. WOULD LIKF To JUNIOR TO LEAVE, BUT JUMIO/Z THKFAT- EMS To"TALK'lr LARD PURSUES THE MATTER. FURTHER.--- GET WAT KID AND DO KMOW WHAT I .YEAH- &LACWML ITS IS ? t ISTENiOIUM, If 1 HAVE TO TAKF A POWDER. ! U. felL WE COACH WHO'S BEEN DOlMG YOUR. . HOMEWORK.' Or-'£XPOSLJGE{ V 1 LOOKED IT UP.' RE FORCED X> LEAVE J Yiit -f.->i-\ 11 \i cr_ _— x OR&ID5 1 WI1H WHITE"/- — TURQUOI5£ TRACKS SHOW OlMERS GET IN State Ccrtincd, Cercsan-treatcd Del- taplne (DPL) 14 cottonseed $6.25 per 100 Ibs., $120.00 ton. State-Certified, Ceresan-trcaled Del- tapine (DPL) 12 cottonseed (1943 crop) $4.00 )>er 100 Ibs. $75.00 ton. Slate-Certified Rnlsoy (Improved Arksoy) Soybeans $3.00 bushel, less than 100 bu. $2.90 ]>cr bushel, over 100 bu. Delta Prolific Seed Corn $3.50 bu. Burdette Plantation, Burdettc, Ark., Phone 732 l[22-ck-tf i Ladles' wrist watch, white gold, lost Tuesday between Peerless Cleaners and Main St. Reward. Dick's Cafe. 2[2-pk-6 One white and 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, nlgliU. Ijl6-ck-tf Taken Up Corn, oats, chops, hay, dairy and i poultry feeds, Custom feed grind-' Ing. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. l|17-ck-tf Electric and Hardfuvay Battery Radios. Appliance Co. • 10-16-ch-lG wood or coal circulator heater. Night phone 3309 O. S. Rolllson. 1025-ck-M One black horse mule, smooth mouth, weight about 1200 pounds. Owner may have by paying this ad and feed. Jesse Widner, Route 3, Blytheville. 2|l-pk-8 Apple Tree Doubles Up HOMER, La. (OP) — 104* was a year of oddities. C. O. Phillips of the Harris community here came up with one of them. An apple tree on his farm, produced the usual fruit last June as expected. But n second crop came through following the long Louisiana summer, and the tree bore another load of apples. As late as November there were still blooms ou the tree. * 3 Tidier 5 Persia 6 Feline 7 Strike 8 Mineral fall 9 Barricade 10 Grins .12 Thulium (symbol) H Kind of cheese 2 Joinl of slom 18 Aleutian island 19 Measure of distance 20 And (Lalin) Zl Any 22 Mine 24 Light (ace (ab.) 25 Abstract being] 5^ 20 Musical 10 fab? 0 " 1 instruments 21 nrllkcy 3'^lies MSII 34 Editor (ab.) 35 Eleclrical engineer (ab.) 30 She has played . many leading 40 Lifting device 43 High mountain 44 Chum ~ 45 Postscript (nb.) 46 Like 48 Father 4D Lieutenant <ab.) 51 Unit of electricity 53 Nobleman 156 Feminine I name ; 58 One who dyes' 69 Great Lake 2GNotary public 41 Sun god) 'i';j (ab.) "} 42 Permits\ - 28Ambary' i ,45Compensal<>, 23 She ' 147 Prophet/ '. 30 Excitement 48 Request, "" I 32 Kenneth (ab.) 50 Three singers ' 33 Observe • 7 ' 51 War depart- ' i 37 Endured * 38 Measure of cloth 30 Health resort 40 Certified WASH TUBIJS R) V THE TIME JAP L3 Discovery! BY LESLIE TURNER public ac- ment (ah.) i 52 Three (preftx)i 5-1 Constellation 55 F/^ge 56 Nova Scotia (ab.) counlanl (ab.}!7 Ampere (ab.) E fib w, 10 62. I'VE GOT TOREACH'THE'SOUTH" «ASTO'JAPAM IVITH THESE PHOTO&OFOUR KOHOSE RAID ...SIXTY MILES TURD JAP- 1OTE&TEO SWKOKU...BETTER TRA.VEL AT NISHT AND HIDE PURINd THE PAY LOOK! A PARACHUTE H1COEN IM THIS NO TRACE OF ENEMV PILOT... MUST BE AT BOTTOM OF THE BAY HTH CRASH FOR THE VAHKEE PILOT, EASY HAS WORKED HIS WAV INLAND sm BY NEA.SERVICE, I'NC. T. M.R'E^ u. s. p^r BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR BIARTIN

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