The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1944 · Page 7
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VEDNESDAY, JULY. 12, 1944 ••»• CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Pally rate- per line lor consecutive nsertlona: lirjlmum Charge .,.. 80o Um» pet line .....lie i psr line p«r <tay I2o I p«r Une per day..., 9c ! Per Una per day...,'.,.. 7o 2 times per line per day 60 L Month per line »0o Ada ordered lor tnree or «U times ind stopped before expiration will » charged;lor the number of times he ad appeared and adjustment oi bill made, , All Classified Advertising copy «ubmitted by persons residing out- «lde vOl -the city must.be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered lor Irregular Insertions takes the one tlmo rate. No responsibility will be taken lor more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale 9 room duplex. Call 3280. Itf-pk-H Registered Hereford bull. Old enough for service. J. C. Buchanan, phone 578 or 3335. 7-7-ck-7 For Rent Bedrooms with kitchen privileges mid everything furnished, Phone 2133. 1|ll-ck-18 Warehouse, 70x50, In renr, of USO building. Entrance from alley. See Mr. Hnrtzog at Hart's Bakery. 7-0-ck-13 Room adjoining bath. Men only. Phone 2130. Atltc fan. 7-10-pk-n Rooms for men. Atkins. 6[30-pk-30 Office In Ingwm Building, Inquire st the Parkhurst Co... 11-30-clc-tf found For Sale Plums. See Harve Lewis, North of Race Track. -- 7-10-pk-n 9^1 Windsor Chrysler 4-door Sedan. 4 new tires. Can save ap- praxlmsvtcly $200 from market price. May see Sunday, 309 K. Kentucky. i-12-ck-15 Electric table radios cheaper at The Haclio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 1-12-pk-8-12 Twin beds, with springs and mattresses; one Inner-spring. 209 W. Kentucky. Phone 3200. 1|ll-pk-15 Sec new Menu piano at Parkhurst. 115 E. Main. c. 13. Correll, piano tuner, Holland, Mo. 7|ll-pk-l4 I Pour rooms ..furniture; Including Chambers gas range, oil circulating heater, laym mower, 2 antique beds, etc. If sold as unit, 'nparl- 'Jt. available. 1513 Hearn. 0x20 12 ply Truck Tire, tuuc niu rim. Willie Hicks, Bnnlette. Wante* First Class Prcsscr wnnleil New Press, good hours Wednesday al'tenionns off §40 per week. Write I5<» 456, Courier News. ; - 7-ll-ck-18 DANCER HORIZONTAL wheels 1 Pictured Cl She led the actress and stage to bc- dancer 13 Dines 14 Dry. 15 Dreadful 16 Skills 17 Item of ; jewelry 18 Great Lake : f come a •—— VERTICAL / 1 Bovcrnge 2 Rowing sticks 3 Says 4 Manuscripts . •- (abbr.) , 5 Grabs 19 Compass point G Native melal vessel 20 Like V By way. of 3113 of ore 8 Sums i'[> 0 Lyric poem lOFlic-i- 11 Journey 12 Observe 20 Tool for chopping 22 Elderly 25 And (Latin) Eslirmilor for insulation ami weather strip. Drawing iu-- counl a n <1 commission. Chamber Weatherstrip Co., Goff Hotel. 7-12-pk-14 Experienced beautician. Good salary and commission. Short hours. Write Box T.A.C., % Courier News. :6|28-ck-14 | Dinette table, four chairs. In good condition. Phone 923. ••'_'••'• 'MO-pk-1-13 Nice residence on Holly Street, 5 rooms with bath. Price $3^650. H.'l C. Campbell, 120 S. 2nu St. Phone 446. • 7-0-pk-13 Good prewar girls bicycle. New tires ami tulws. Call 2260. Experienced pressers and 'seamslressts. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. G-17-ck-17 Experienced cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. Lost 18-ck-tl Purebred registered Duroc bred gilts. Bred to outstanding boars for September litters. Prices are reasonable. J. : C. -Buchanan, farm 2 1-2 miles . W- on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 7-7-ck-7 Fresh flsh always .on .sale at Williams 'Market, next to Jodie Nabers Store on Hwy. 18. 6|U-pk7|14 Three bertroo'm.--refiUBnee;--75 ft. frontage, two servant,'lifluses No. Broadway. Price $5,250, terms. H, C. Campbell, 120 S. 2nd St. - . ., ,7j6-pk-13 Three used ArC 7 Combines; ;-;one W.'acllcnlly.new. Write or call E. B. TJee Cotton Co. Phone 2026. Ladies pink gold Bulovn wrist \vntcl> Reward. Pat Wise, 1033 Chickasawba, Tel. 2925. 7112-pk-lli: 4 keys in black leather case. Finde: return to Courier News. Reward Services Piano teaching. Mrs. Fowler, B.A.A.P Phone 3S5. . 7|12-pk-l Wanted An eight-day mantle, striking clock Phone 434. 1-6-ck-t Wanted Child's tricycle. Phone 2849. 7|12-pk- TVill. pay,, cash for $10,00 worth,of pood nsed.furn tnre. \Vade Furniture Co Nothing finer than Haviland China for the bride. Planters Hardware Co. 6-28-di-2P Will pay 2(Jo.perifloz. ,for wire coa hangera. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Ttent Newly overhauled F-30 Farmall tractor on new rubber.- Brand new cultivator and bush & bog disc harrow. Lee Wilson & Co., Armorel. Phone 2088. . D-22-ck-tf 22 Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blytheville Machine Shop. Phone 2828., 6|23-ck-U Spencer corsets for health and style. Sec Mrs. John Long, Registered Corse Here. 133 W. Kentucky. Phone 3388. 6[24-pk-7|24 USED PIANOS bought and sold. George Ford, Hard- 'away Appliance Co. 6-14-ck-14 5liT iTYOUn. PROPERTY with H C. CAMPBELL, 120 S. Second Plioue 44G. We get results. 7-3-pk- 50 gallon oak barrels. Dr. Peppe Bottling Co. Phone 2302. 6-20-ck-2 14-2 and 12-2 Romex wire. L cords, Iron cords, Extension cords Hardaway Appliance Co. 6-Hckl •'urnished house or duplex wit bath; three rooms or more. Phor 259G. 7|10-pk- 3mall furnished aiiarlmcn on ! West Side. Pcrmancn Hlytheville couple. Ca Jlrs. J. C. Roach, 461. G-2G-ch-tf 21 Therefore 23 Member of Parliament (abfar.) 24 King 26 Meadow 28 Adhesive substance 30Eals 33 Type measure 34 International language 35 Cognomens 33 Articles of clothing 42 Exclamation 43 Constellation 44 Sign of ap.. proval (coll.) 43 Postscript (abbr.) 47 Near ! '' 48 Music' note 50 Cut 52 Mountain lake 55 Otherwise 57 Mountain in Sicily 58 Prepare for publication 59 Look askance 00 Parts of 27 pa.sl Indies 41 She w«s « . (abbr.) t' t member of tlie 88 Writing Ipol : ' - Russian 29 Church wine 44i Upon 46 Part ol (lower 47 Against •19 On t)jc ocean 50£)ry wine 51 Dsncc .slop 53 Excitement 54Hiver (abbr.) 55 Measures of 32 Distress signal 3C Mamiincluv- ing 37 Exclamation of inquiry 38 Tree fluid 39 Rodent 40 Either cloth 56 Make a mistake OLIVER FAUM EQUIPMENT Snlcs and Service HARRISON AUTO i'AKTS CO, 517 V. Ash v 1'hono Z552 U r«i, w»ul I* »»j m*r* ff»i Ktati SKI.L r;a THE FOKNITUKE YOU AltE NOT XJglNO f« nubl Alio llbcril tnle-ln «ll»inuiM fat «M firnltan'tn >ew. , , . Alfin limrdy fun. Co. . HI t M»ln NMM tMI Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM I'h one 557 Try our."Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn WOOD For Sale! BftRKSDALF. Now Available In Book Form— HOME, FROM DIEPPE A complete account of (he.experieiices of Sergt, Everett Oglesby, Manila, Ark., war hero, one of the first Americans to light on the continent of Europe In this war. Serving with the gallant old Essex Scottish Regiment, .he was M'uundcil at Dieppe, spent H months in a Nazi prison nml finally was rcj)atri:ileil.- Permanently -disabled from lii<; wounds, he has returned to Arkansas after being honorably discharged from the Canadian Army. • Every American will want to read this absorbing story of courage and patriotism. . • . While they last—a limited number of special- autographed copies, mailed anywhere postpaid. Only $1. iSENI? ORDERS TO_ SERGEANT OGLESBY %. Courier News, llljihevllle, Ark,: , ....., NITRATE 'i:' -1^..-... - .- •* • 'f • . -.V— • ~f - *i'~ - '. '>•!• -VT.K .- i :.;J.::.' .-i: • For Side Dressing. • ••'• J. L. TERRELL 111S. Bdwy. Phone 2(531 Elmer Cunningham •VULCA|lJEfRG' v , Tire & Tube Cpltoo 'ti\i K.K. .* 8. H»y. II (Formerly with EmlM Am, PU.) OPA Ceiling Prices On Use ; d Cars NO WIN EFFECT WHY WAIT! Buy A Car From Us Now / While Stocks Arc Still Complete! No. JiftA^ 217"" 21,'! MiKlel | \W_ Tlfll MKKCDRY I'OUD 2 1)0011 SKI) AN lil.il J I'ONTUC '1-DOQU SKPAN OVA Ceiling 1115.02 1250.77 215 liMl H.HCK ' KQiTn .2 •t-JIJpOK -1-T)QOU Kl) AN 1G97.H7 1.632.9.0 1)27.37 Got rah teed Best 2081! |li)!10 'ONTIAC .2 BOOK ijl;M)AN ITq.Z.iGO _ fill 1II11 $18(i Uiuiur YpR.KlUl ' I'nc'e 17!)5.y() Most of Hie Above Gars Are Equipped With Radios, Heaters, Etc. Many Other Cars—All Makes, All Models LOT EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY Biyrticville OPfN DAY & Kf/TE Phone 578 HaV« Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned Fpr Summer, New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlit) St»kap JPli one 2993.br 21598 J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW VORK JlE'iSsjJRMICE 'CO. ..... B .., v , v . ..,,,.,,.. JBlylljevlilei .Ark. ,,,,,,,., , ALLEY 001' Oscav mid Doc? ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON BLYTHEVII-.l.E CURB MARKET r-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. 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, Clarkton, Mp. e-8-pfe-8 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. NIES & N1ES OSTfOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY CANCER; Sprlny and Bnrnmer TUNE-UP j^,it?-e Gasoline . . , Save Tires. Gel All-round Better Performance 1 T- L SEAT MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer P»rti A Berrtc* Dr. J. L: Guard Optometrist at. Guard's Jewelry i 209 " OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Main BlytheTiUe, Ark. Phone 2»21 vjl-to JUST , VJEKJf ftBQM3D Ssk^ • ) PPETTV EXCITED.' ' ' WHOSE 1 COPPED C5OT uOOSE AM AK) W.W2M M/SVBE'J-IE' A MESSENGER R3OM ' MO. N\V BGO'll ItE TIUMK MOT-- YOLJR VICTIM WAS "TOO WEL1 .BOUMO.' By V. T. HAMIJN VEH'. BUT N LETS'HURWV THE. JEEP M3OM5D IM CASE. OP A LAST.MIMUTE' SUP-UP/,;^ " „ CORKECT,..BUT OOPB TEAR, ' OF A SUP-UP IS FAR PROM 6ROOKJOLE&S / . _ CSCAPE.OP UP THAT STR1MG OP MOTH - MASTER,,' ILOTEW BRUTES i'UECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS For All to Hen*.;. Bv MEJRRILL BLOSSEJ '; .-THIS REAUV IS LARD ' WHERE ClID VOU FIND n ? ^ (.AND. 1 I VVAS OKi GING wmt wv PICK AMD i t^oi ilit NU66EI 9TuOi OM UIP POINT OF IT ! WELL we MUST BE> QUIET'. ABOUT IT AMD fJOT ADVERTISE IT"VET ! WE'D START A GOLD RUSH I HOlXEREO, AND MA, AFRAID MV ftEIJ, RYDER Mnkd Sure By FRED BARMAN 1 CANT GET TO DOOR', BUT-1 flCK OUT YEAH? WELL, GET HE-A ROPE CASE HE WASH TUBES Instructions BY LESLIE TURNER We Specialize In Repairing Ford Cars & Trucks MO « OR' ^ une an ^ Adjust. New Rings, Sleeves and Bearings. CHASSIS! Rebush Steering and Front System. Repair Brakes. BOD I 1 Straighten, Refinish and Paint Damaged Metal Parts. Phillips Foremost Ford Protective Repair Service Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th IF ATTACKED, YOUVE COT TO SETAWAy.,.Fi3R£iETTHE TAR- SET IF NECesSARy, BUT FIND OUT HOW 'THE-JAPS, GOT WILEY. JOE f WERE ARE OMVA FEW ENEMY PLANES, BREAK FORMATION AND DISPERSE ! IF THERE ARE A LOT. HOLD YQUK R3RMATIOM,., PRIMARY OBJECT o' THIS MISSIOM is TO LEARU HOW THE JAP6 8ROU6M POWN 1HREE 80MBER5 THE OTHER DAY TO TELL US ABOUT AfL CLEAR ? VOUR VECTOR FOR THE SECOND MIS6IOW TO MUSHIRO BY EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER RUODIES

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