The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 17, 1944
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MONDAY, JULY 17, 1944 CXXSSOTD: ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per Un« for consecutive Insertions: Minimum charg* Mo 1 time per lln»i., .;...1M 2,«te»* per UM per dw 12o IVr 16 * »«* lin» P«r iUy So .PS 1 ** P*' Une.per,'d»y 7e irttoea per line per day 60 1 Month per line.,ii..'.. ,..800 Ada ordered for three or «ix time* •nd stopped-before expiration will to charged for toe number of time* tn» kd appeared Md adjustment oi bill made. ,. r . ..., .,,....-( . , All .oiaulfled Advertising cop; lubmltted .by^persbna raiding out- iids of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from tha above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken JOE**-)! cociiw For Sale Two lots near American Legion .Hut. James Cost on, Osceoln, Ark. 7-n-ck-lf Fine purebred Hoisteln cow, nee C years, gives five -gallons of. milk when fresh, and In good condition now. Phicc $125. K. Clwfln, 2 ml. west Burdette. .-.7|l7-pk-20 One small .white, spotted Shetland pony with saddle, and bridle. Excellent lor small children. Also 2 saddle horses with saddles. Gentle—nice for women. Phone 762. 1-15-pk-19 Sinks, commodes and pipe. Arlnn's Junk Yard. Phone 2800. ; • .7|117-pk-8|n Newly overhauled F-30 Farmall - tractor on new rubber. Brand new cnltivator and bush & bog disc harrow. i/?e wilsbn & Co., Armo- rcl. Pliono 2088. C-22-ck-tt wo responsibility will be taken rrr—~~ • for more than one Incorrect loser-, * gtmt ' 1'j gallon dally. R. A. U/in nf nnv Ala*~4fla/< oft . . A&hfthrnnnpr Mnnlln Uonpf any classified ad. For Salt 9.7. H.P. Evinrude outboard motor. Gooil condition. Can be seen anytime at Magnolia Service Station at the State-line. 7-14-pk-21 200 W. Kentucky StTs rooinThouse' complete with, furniture, $3500. . 549 E. Rose St. 4 room house with 2V. lots. $1200.' i North loth St. 2 lots with one 4 room house find one 2 room house $1275. 0 room Jiouse with bath. Locnted 101 W. Ash St. House only for sale. Buj'er to move house to different location. 222 E. Davis St. 10 room house. Now rented ns 2 five room apartments. 2 baths, also 3 . fireplaces. One apartment now vacant. You can live in one apartment and let the rent on the other pay for the place. A real buy TOM LITTLE-REALTY CO. ,, Call 8G1 ' . :; ••'• ; 7-15-ck-lO Good 3 room home, on West Ash St. Oood garden on lot, gravel street, water in ynrd. Scrcened-ln back iwrcli niui front porch, (lie only poplar lumber house in Blythc- ville, for $1400. \V. M. Burns, Piionc 33C1. 7jM-pk-18 Three Supcrfcx oil burning refrigerators. Terms. Lewis Sales Co., Slkeston, Mo. - 7|13-pk-20 LIST YOUR PROPERTY with II. G. CAMPBELL, 120 S. Second. Phone 441). We get results. 7-3-pk-4 BO gallon oak barrels. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Phone 2392. •: 6-20-ck-20 Registered Hereford bull. Old enough for' service; -J.' C. Buchanan, phone 578 or 3335._ ^ - 7-7.ek-7 For Rent ;3rlc table radios cheaper at The "-"- .Hospital. 204 W. Ash.' •-'•v:', ,7-12-pk-8-12 Purebred registered Duroc bred gilts. Bred lo outstanding hoarsj for September litters. Prices are reasonable. J. C; Buchanan, farm 2 1-2 mile's W- N on Hwy.. 18. 3335. "• Phone 578 or ' 7-7-ck-7 LAND IN MISSISSIPPI COUNT!' SI n. just North of City o( Blytlie- villt on Highway 61. No Improvements. On, West side of highway and very desirable.: for a home' site. Could be divided- into 1 3 20- acre strips. All would have to: be sold so as to close at the same time. The'prlce is very reasonable. 55 a. just South of Blythcville on Highway 61. Good 6-room house. 2 tenant houses. Has extra good crop for this year. S165 per acre. 105 Vj a. at Marie, Ark., just West of Wilson. This place lias beautiful small home. All of the latest modern conveniences including ail conditioning. Has nice 2 acre grove. On corner of 2 gravel roads. .In the highest state of cultlvn- f jjon. Has 14 buildings including . 'all modern conveniences; outside. Tin's place belongs to a doctor who Is-moving to California: Best type of cypress lalid. Low price of Slid per acre. No loan. An ; idea! place to mane your home. 420 a. just SW of Osceola. Main gravel road runs through center or farm. About 150 acres of alfalfa, 100 acres sown this year. Has more than enough buildings, all of good lumber, painted, and in the very best condition. Can be handled for a reasonable amount of money as owner will handle his own paper. - -• MALES LAND CO. V Russell E. Rlales Goff Hotel Phone 2028 or 2029 7-n-pk-20 7-15-pk-7-l9 CROWN PRINCE ] ' HOUIXOSTM. 5(1' Arrival (ubbr ) 1.8 Pictured ' 58 Go swlftl> crown prince c ' Fish egjjs 12 Anridc <)3 Aix>u measure IS Native metal 64 Bevorago 15 Kadi (abbr.) 03 Anger 1C Provide • \vilh 66 Landed wcnpons propeclles 17 One and one C7 lie is heir to 18 Mela) , 19 Circle part 21 Electrical o'ngl ncci (iibbr.) 22 Negative _Aumvfr lu J'ri^lou. I'uiil* (he Kalian Rooms for men. Atkins. 6j30-p!c-30 Office In Ingrarn Building. Inquire *t Uie.Parkhurit-Oo: -.-11-90-ek-tf Help Wanted Housekeeper end companion, middle aged woman preferred, who can drive her car. Mrs.- Ada Brooks, Slecie, Mo. PJioii 6P2. 7|H-pk-21 First Class Presser wanted. New Press, goncl hours, Wednesday afternoons off. §40 per week. Write Box 456, Courier News. 7-ll-ck-18 Experienced cooSs »nfl waltaaaes. X: Apply Hotel Noble. "»I«-ek-t! Lost 4 keys in black leather case. Pindei- return to Courier News.' Reward. ' ' • •?|t2-ck-19 Lost or Strayed lliree used A-C Combines; one practically new. Write or call E. B. Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2020. T|l-ck-tf Nothing finer than Haviland China for the bride. Plarit- « crs Hardware Co. • * 6-28-c'h-28 22 Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blythevilie Machine Shop. Phone i2828. • • 6|23-ck-tf Spencer corsets for health and style. See Mrs. John Long, Registered Corsetiere. 133 w. Kentucky. Phone 3388. 6|24-pk-7|24 Jersey bull, dark anci dehorned. Notify W. w. Shaver Phone 481. 7|H-pk-20 Wanted An 'eightrdr.y maiitle, striking clock. Piionc 434. , ., 1-G-ck-tf Wanted, to Buy Electric jcfiigemtor.,Call BAAF, Extension 441, between 8 and 5. •".-•• • •• •• •- ,- 7-13-pk-20 Ciiilcl's tricycle, Plione 2849..... 1|12-pk-19 Will pay cash for |1 0,000 worth of good used furni- tnre; Wade • Furriitort Co. Will pay 29c"pe'r a'oz; for wire coal __hange_r3 : Hudsog Cleaneni. Wanted To 'Kent 5 or 0 room unfurnished house or duplex.-,OaU 2232.-T. W. Kiiurd Hallway Express Agency. , 7-14-pk-7-18 $5.00 reward for rental of furnished 2 or 3 room apt; with refrigerator. Contact A-S B. F. Holcomb, Class B-27, BAAF. 7-I4-pk-7-18 Small furnished- apartment on West Side. Permanent Blythcville • couple/'- Gall Mrs, J. C. Roach, 461. G-26-ch-tf BOSTON lene Frn <UP)~Radio .5tar..Ar tells about a para BTjYTHEVILIjE CXIRB MARKKT i lt;1!c: ^ lllil - jlf ' ^'^ ituuus, a pni —has FBESH PEACHES,.EGGS troop hero who 1 was-asked by 1 and the test fruits nn<l produce to feminine admirer nt a ilijiner par- be found anywhere. . . Located nt • 1 5' 1low '"any times he had jumped 130 E. Main. Phone 973. D. S. Hay, i" To te " f he truth," said the hero, Mgr. 6-21-pk-2I "' a ' n ''' Jumped nt all. But I was FEED-Hay, oats, sweet feed, shorts poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blythevilie Grain Sc I Elevator Co. S-10-ck-tf pushed 449-times."' For farm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W, E. OUSTAF- 60N, Farm Sales, Clarkton, Mo. fl-8-pk-8 Spring and Summer TUNB-UP .iSave Gasoline . . , Save (Tires, Get All-round Better Performancel T L SEAT MOTOR CO. Chrjriw Dealer Wti '* BerrlM 1S1 W. Aih : Fbrat lltZ Dr;J. L: Guard Opfometnsf at ' Guard's -20* W; Mafn Roaches, Rats and l\fice eliminated. Contract service in pest control. Biddle Exterminators Free Estimates. 115 8. Third Phone 2151 2-1 Prepare for publication 25 Stove part 27 Spain (abbr ) 29 Rhode Island (abbr) 31 Insect 32 Play the part of host V. Pint (ubbi.) 35 Siporosnip (abbr.) 37 ArlSy 38J!espoiui to stimulus 40 Road (abbi ) 4) Symbol for illinium 42 Send forlh 43 Plaything 44 Lieutenant Ittibr) 4) llllllmetci (oubr ) 18 In 1 nd <fi Mta«- 5 t VERTICAL 1 Fondle- 2 Uncooked 3 Important inrlal 4 folding bod 5 Cireal Lake 7 Hecf. 8 Pf event 9 Egyptian sun god 10 Woody plant. 1 1 Sign .U Finish 20 Competitions 23 Speeches 20 Vermoivl (abbr.) 27 Siellnr body 28 Push SO lie is crown prince of — 31 Fourth month 'J3 Erbium • • (symbol) ?. 35 Residue •"• SrBll 33 Like 43 Tantalum $ (symbol) /j! -1C Mud 47 God of love. 48 Nuisance. ,49 Dine «ii5 so Worry '••"^| 52 Croup'of )i 'three • . .! 65 Rodent 57 Cheer' 09 Vusc (>0 Born Hondi BKIA US HIS I-ORN1TUBI XOU AKE NOT USING (« nuht *!«» !lt*r«l (ra«e.ta aU*wM<« fei •U (•rallgrt'«B lew... .••., ,, . Alrln Htrdy Fnrn. Co. MI E. Stiln • r FhoM IM) SBParl of plnht C2And (Lnlln) OLIVER FARM K<IU1PMENT Bales mid gervloa HARRISON AUTO i'AKTS 00, 617 W. Ash , • J'lione 2552 Refrigeration Service' hl F. W. TATUM I'hone 657 Try our ''Own Made" ICE CREAM . fr.m Hl»h Schul Now Available In Book Form— HOME, FROM DIEPPE A complete account of the experiences of Sergt. Everett Ogleshy, Manila, Arlt., war hero, one of the first Americans to fight on the continent of Europe In this war. Serving with the gallant-old Essex Scottish Regiment, he was wounded at Dieppe, spent H monllia in a Nazi prison and finally was repatriated. Permanently disabled from his woumls, he lias returned to Arkansas ufter being I honorably discharged from the Canadian Army. . Every American will want to read tUis absorbing story of courage and patriotism. , , ., •. > > While they last—a limited number of special autographed copies, mailed anywhere postpaid. Only $1. ' .-•,(-,.,;« SEND ORDEKS TO ./ SERGEANT OGLESBY S 1i Couiier News, Blyllievillc, Ark. NITRATE FERTILIZER ' '• • :• \ '". -'' V ' ;•• ' •. ' g^ For Side Dressing. • • ,¥ J.L. TERRELL IMS. Bdwy. Phone 2631 ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alteraHons of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times.' SON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! ,' » r,f ',«.•>• ;.".!.- V.'iiYu ^!\''l n;' /) ,'. 24 Hour Service !Also-^-VuicariIzirig and' Tire'Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 DRS. NIES & NIES r r Vi .i ' ' >, . ! >• •'. •? 3 ;: OST£OPATH/C PHYS/C/AN5 RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY ffXCfPI CANCf R) ' OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Main BlytheTlIle, Ark. "" ' Phone JJ21 We Specialize In Repairing Ford Cars & Trucks MOTOR*. T une an( i Adjust. New Rings, Sfeeves and Bearings. '' .-' ' * t'*, ' -J >•' .- f. •>'<!• i- ;•'•: ',:• • -'J-C-.I.'.M CHASSIS! Rebush Steering and Front System. Repair Brakes. \f- S,.' - i 't-i" »i'.: "<^ ••'..' ', .,. ". • .. -•- :l",t. •• bODl! Straighten, Refinish and Paint Damaged Metal Parts. i,'\...'L- < . '"'" ;*«?'.•'>."-•;' ot-..^ ,.".-5 i r . ;:..•..:• -: 1 -/•;•,..• Phillips Foremost Ford Protective Repair Service Teh 453 Walnut at 5th Plenty of WOOD • • .-.:*' For 5ale! BARKSDALE MANUFAo*nniNa too. ' Phone 2911 Tfre A Tube Repair - U."*i.'il«7. (1 4«. PU.) Guarantee! p.p.A. Cpi|ipg Prices UMj MERCUUY Coupo. Miivnun Klulsh. KqulWii'ti wifli'Rudii), Sent Covers, Ul-i I l.k'OiiKC. !i (,'ood '1'ffcs-. (\-llinif |>rlct!— PRESCRIPTIONS ' '" ''FmhetlsioeC """• Gnirinteed Best Prlew Kirby Drag Stores $132424 l!)ll l-'OKl) KUI'KH DKLJJXK Tudor. Hnrlior• fiiey. (itiod l|iihln>i- nil nn flliuiy lO.vlnis. Oiling 1'rice— $1147.50 lOlir. KOKI) TtinOlt. Cimd Tires, Ceil(UK I'i'ice— . $295 1!H! BUICK SUPER 4 Door Sedan. Muvoon. Had lo; • Healer, 1 Heat Covers, Spotlight, 1<M I Licence. Celling Price— $1696.37 19-11 DODOR UJXIJKY LINER 2-Door. Green. Heater, 'Fluid' privc.. Strictly, a cily driven 'cur. Ccilhifri Pricc^.' > •„ $1364.25 1 !)!)!> KOHI) KOlinOR. Fair Rubber, License. - • , ., r $195 Many Other Caw—All Ma|<«j, A|l Models I.QY EIGH G|HEYI?Q!-ET COMPANY Blythevijle OPfN DAY & Phone Hare-Fan & -Hefrlgerator Motors t'ltancd I'or' fe'ummcr. NewLocdtlbnllfiNlst J. T. (Chwlie) Stalcap : Fhooe ra&et KM- '••.:• J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. '; ' "'" fl BlylhMUle, -Ark. '• I ^S", ..' •. '• Just n Miiiii'ltv'Ok'iii By V. T. UAMLIN rums cops WORK , , , THANK HEAVEN. -I ^^y^f? ^^ J "° WltffiWBS?^?VWm«E IS HE? J'-^NOW.rM iNrCRKl KO IN HEX, /w THIS ioNT I FRECKLES AND HIS~PKil3Nng ^iSSlD rtSTL. By MERRILL BLOSSBt 1 HUDA, \vnen vou'ee IM ) YEAH/ LOOK UP lite LAWO RECOJOSAMD GETTIN& THf? / SEE WHO C?.VNS THE PROPERTY - — ' l/vu,tu|L.c UJCIIIJNU IMC I fact WHU UVNi JHU kT^aPERTy,^ ^ .. IMSS WENEEO.tKlTO /ACUOINING POP'S LOT ON THE I OKAV / weary HALL i ^^ MOR.TH ' PEOPLE so THEY CAM HELP HER Just In Time , By. FRED..HARMA1 IITTLE BEAVER ftt^D THE WE SUiiE OWE YOU , F055E GALLOP/ RED RYDER A HEAP ----- ------- '" ' YOJ.DUW VARttlNTSOr- GRMlTUDEiFOR WELPlhO . CATTLE THIEVES WASH TUBES BY "LESLIE 'TURNER Thai's Too Good! IF THE EUEMV WAS SEY0NO «3JR 6UWRANSE, ...TWELVE J/\P SOH8ERS . EVEN IFA1V DROPPED BOMBS. H'lTSOM THREE iFOUft LI8ERATORG 6WE5 'EM A WHALE OF A'SCOBB.CONSIDERINS THE , WVJ IM CREATION DID THEY 6KOOT DOWN j DOIW.SIRI my 80M8EP TMflCC /le j^tlf-t m Attfrr* IJIHIT^-/M ir^ ^ ^\. • i *• . .-•-•' SURE? WHEM THE NAZIS TRIED THAT LAST YEAR IT PIPU'T / I WORK SO WELL!/' AW SURE, COLONEL! JJY EDGAR MARTIN ws \<b OK>VV

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