The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1944 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1044 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rat« per line lor consecutiw um Charge .. 50o time pet Ua» .......... li.ililiuK "£«• P« "a* pet (toy: ........ Uo "* "^ P" d** ........ Tc *""*• P« line pn d»r ....... tc Monto p* r Una ................ Me Adi ordered lor time or tix Umet lad topped before expiration will •* charged for th* number of Unit* •oe id appeared and »djuztmeat ol 111 made. All OtauUled Advertising eopj •ubmltted by persona residing out•!d« ol the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easllj pomputed from tho above table. Advertising ordered for irregular lOMrtlona fakes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken •or more than one Incorrect Inser- classified ad. For Sofej •suburban store building with living 1 quarters. Price $I800-$9QO cash } balance 25 months. Possession today. H. O. Campbell, rhoiie 410 1 7-23-pk-4 : -iy, oats, sweet feed, shorts poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. 6-10-ck-tf Improved SE Missouri farms All ^ sizes. Don't wait—buy now' and | get choice. Write your wants. Harctwlck Co., Sikeston, Mo 7|25-pk-25 i room house close In. $2003 cash H. C. Campbell, phone «G. " 8-'l-pk-8 finks, commodes and pipe. Artan's Junk Yard. Phone 2890. V|117-pk-8|n |!5G acre farm 4 miles east of Bernle, Mo. All In cultivation. Good block land. 2 sets houses and barns. K<5? $SO per acre. Terms. Ver- rjih Jordan, Bernle, Mo. 7-2G-pk-2 Warm Morning .cabinet size heater. Used only one senson. H. c. Camn- bell. 225 E. Davis. 8-l-|Jk-4 I have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL. ESTATE Sales and. service H. C. CAMPBELL,, Ph. 446. 7-26-pk-2C > Royal Brunswick pool tables; ful ly equipped. See W. H. Heath, Phone 627, Blytheville. 1126-pk-8]26 Radios—battery and electric. Hardaway Appliance Co. '_ 7-25-ch-25 (Joe cold watermelons, whole or half. Guaranteed. Sharpe's pjacc, Airbase Road, phone 3157. 7|26-pk-8[9 'or farm bargains In Southeast Mla^ sour! write or eee W. E. vSTJSTAP- 8ON, Farm Sales, ClarfcSon, Mo. -w. „..,_,„ . For Sale FurnlUiro for four rooms, Including refrigerator and washing machine. Phone 557. 8-1-CX-8 Modern 5 room home, excellent location, built In cabinets; nice yard; perfect condition. Will sell with or without complete furnish. Ings. Call Mr. Seb.iugh at >H1 or 2«5. 7|29-cJt-U Elberla Peaches. H. A. Defoe, Norlli Franklin. 1-31-ck-8j7 Fresh milch goat. See R. G. Cash, Loy Elch Chevrolet Co. 7|27-pic6[3 408 E. Ky. St. Nearly, now modern 5 room house with bath. Screoncd- In back porch. Garage. Venetian blinds, Has FHA loan will! 4',i% interest. $25.86 per month pays insurance, taxes, interest and jiote. Call for special appointment to sec. C2G Walnut St. duplex apartment. One 5-room with bath, and one four room with bath. This house has just been completely remodeled and is modern in every way: Very desirable location. Shown by appointment only. Walnut and 8th SI. Located on rear of lot facing west, with plenty of ground for ne\V house on front of lot; (i rooms with bath. Can be used as 2 3-roum apartments, Very desirable location. Just across street from church. North 10th St. 2.lots with one 3- room house and one 2-room house. Terms. $1215. North Franklin St. 5 room house with half acre of !nnd. Close Jn and a good buy. TOM UTTl.K KEAr/rv CO. 1'hone 8G1, Kildie IS. David, Salesman 8-l-ck-4 Registered Hereford bull. Old enough for service. J. C. Buchanan, phone 578 or For Rent MODERN COOL BEDROOM, LOCATION IDEAL. KITCHEN PRIVILEGES FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH CONSIDERED. PHONE 2084. 811-cih-tf Bedroom, twin beds; men preferred. C22 W. Ash St. 7[31-pk-8[3 Pasture for mules and horses; plenty of grass, salt, and water. $2.00 per head per month. E. E. Brell, Luxora. 7|29-pk-a|2 Bedroom, convenient to bath. Men only. Phone 209G. 1129-pk-812 Rooms for men. Atkins. B]30-pk-30 Office In Ingram Building. Inquire l the Parkhunt Co. -. 11-30-ck-tl Help IPanfei |Fight (he heat with an all metal attic fan from Planters Hardware Co. ttr 7-25-ck-25 Have opening for good man with nuto. Can average $50 per week. Call at room No. 1, COM" Hotel of tcr 0 P.M. Bjl-pk-1-tl MALE INVESTIGATOR-To get personal history information' on inclivicluals in connection with - credit nnd insurance 'applications* Spare time, fee basis. P. 6. Boi 372, Little Rock, Ark. 1-31-pk-3 YODR PROPERTY with H C. ' CAMPBELL, 120 S. Second Phone 446. We get results. 7-3-pk-4 |TWO electric coffee mills; one iced drink box; one electric drink box; one counter freezer and hardener H. L. King, Manila. 7j25-pk-8|3 |5 room house with bath; also, 3 room house and water connections. Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1605 W. Vine St. 7|21-p!c-8|21 |T»o lots near American Legion Hut. James Coston, Osceola, Ark. 7-17-ck-tf •Electric table radios cheaper nt The Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 7-12-pk-8-12 |Piirchred registered Duroc bred gilts. Bred to outstanding boars for September litters. Prices are re ortaulc. J. C. Buchanan, Jam 2 1-2 miles W- on W;ry. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 7-7-ck-7 •Three used A-C Combines: one practically new. Write or call E. B Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2026. 7|l-cl£-tf m Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blytheville Machine Shop. Phone 2828. 6j23-ek-tf (Political (Announcements I The Courier New* tuu be«n »u- Ithortxtd to «nnounc* the foUowlM |c»n<lKl»cl<a, subject to tin Demo- "atlo primary In August* STATE KEPRESENTATTV* ALENE WORD '{for re-election. Post No. 3) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-election, Post No I)' J. LEE BKAR.DBN ' (for re-election, Post No. I) LUCIEN E. COLEMAH t,i O. "GENE" PLEEMAN _•, (Post No. 4) CfROSECUTING ATTORNEY ~ IVIE 0. SPENCEB MARCOS FIBTZ (For Re-election) JAMES O. HALE BHXRIFF AND COIJLICTO* HALK JACKSON (for reflection) 17. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEET) STOUT MIB8 DELLA P'URTU ^ COUNTY JTJDQI ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) DWIGBT H. BMCKWOOD CIRCUIT COURT CLKKK HARVEY MORRIS <*or re-tlecUon) COUNT! CLERK f. W, POTTKB „ .(for rt-el«cUoi) Experienced cooks and waltruses Hotel Noble. 18-ck-tf Lost Ladies red billfold with cash and valuable papers. Believed lost in Kress or Ben Franklin store. Finder keep cnsh and return billfold ^to_CoiirkT_Nc\vs. ?-3I-ck-6 Wante'd to Huy Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 200 per ooz. for wins coat hangers. Hudson Cleanerm. Wanted To Tlent Apartment or bedroom with kitchen privileges. Phone 541, room _ Lost or Strayed Dark brown mare mule, bob tall Charley Bedford, Robinson Addition. - 1|20-pk-8|2 'Jobs Wanted General office work, some experience. Live in town nnd prefer local work. Phone 2900. 1j29-pk8[2 Sform Kills 69 Sparrows WITCHITA, Kan. (UP)—Harry Oldtn of Wichita recently reported finding 69 dead sparrows -mil one clcau robbin in his yard. OMen attributed death to a strong wind and heavy rainstorm the nisht before. Spring and Bummer TUNE-UP Save Gasoline . . . Swe Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T-1. SEAT MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer Pull * Bcrrtce Ul W. 4»h Fbnit tlU YOUNG ACTRESS HORIZONTAL • 1,4 Pictured I screen star 13 Born 14. Slumbcrei- H Whirlwind 1C Roman road 18 Weird 19Fat!ioms(ab.) 20 Demanti for payment 22 Moritll (ab.) 23 War pilot's hazard ' i- 24 Babylonian deity 26 Item of • furniture 28 Ideas 31 Parent 33 Observe 35 Marsh 3 6 Exude 38 Lauglifer sound 40 Genuine 43 Crafty 45 Payable '"1 47Therefore. • 48 Ever (contr.) 50 Pig's home 52 Pall- (ab.) 54 Morindin dye 56 Auricle 58 Father 61 Greater quantity 63 Corrects 65 Sorrowful 60 Bathe 6V Abstract being :' .VERTICAL , 1 Infirm : 2 Seine 3 Require ,4 Rupees (nb.) 5 Rubber treb G Abound' 7 Bird 8 J?oqf finlal 9 Scottish shcepfoid 29 she Is one 10 French (ah.) . Uolly- 11 Native of ,,S wood's Home. '••'• stars 12 Items ot office 30 Rounded furniture 32 Part of "be" 17 Chafe 34 Exclamation 13 Diminutive 37 Exists of Flora 39 paid notice 21 Cuddle >11 Roman'colii '23 Court fhargc 42 Cut off 25 Mimic 44 Biblical Q 27 From pronoun ' 40V, r e •19 Animal 51 Swert potato 63 Bamboolilfc glasses 55 Girl's name 57 Flower 58 Dance step 59 Ampere (ab.) BO Roads (ab.) 62 Hastened C4Be quletl We Wilf Pay Up To CEILING PRICE / For Good, Clean USED CARS Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 GOOD HEALTH DESERVES THE BEST WATER; Bad Health Demands It. Over five million American Homes have ordered the Famous ABKAV«i= V ? U ' EY MINEKA L WATER From HOT SPIUNa" aKKANhAS. It Is rellaWo— an aid In treadnenl ol Arthrllls Rhcumadsm, Kidney, Bladder, and nnny Intestinal disorders It stlmulaies Kidney elimination. For Parti cuhrs, Free health booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division Blylheville, Ark! ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as during pre-war times! Put your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE-^-call us day, night or Sunday. . . *BelHng * BelrLace Sream Packing * Pj pe Fittings All Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Glimmers Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blythevlltc 25 Years NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. Call me f«K check-up without cost or obligation. RAT8, MICE AND ROACH CONTBO1 *? r GUARANTEED WORK , /j ' ' C. BLANKENSH1P DRS. NIES & NIES OSTfOPATH/C PHYSICIAHS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Miln BlytherlUe, Ark. Phone ZM1 OLIVER I 1 ARM EQUIPMENT Bjtles iinil Bcrrlc* HARRISON AUTO TAUTB CO. 617 W. Ash phone U Tim wrtnl i* MT mm IVn Bni, 8ELt US THE FOKNITUM ,**" NOT USING f K <ub| llber»l Init-la »l!«wuw CM nrnitmn'u »»w, Alrln HtrfJy Ftr». Co. K. Mai, Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM Phone Kl Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Atro«i FALL TERMS FOR FORD REPAIRS Don't let your Ford wear out for lack of needed repairs. Make your Ford operate economically for the duration. New For'd Reconditioned Engine The only remedy to worn cylinders, pistons and be.irinRs. New Brakes, New Steering Gear, New Paint and Body Repairs REPAIR YOUR FORD NOW. USE OUR FALL BUDGET PLAN. % PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 "The No. 1 Ford Repair Shop" I Wafnut at 5th. Plcnly of WOOD For Sale! BARKSDALE HANDFACTURINO CO, Phone 2911 Etacr ConnIngh»M VUtCAMlZinG Tir« ft Tube Repair OitUn Belt «JU * g. H »,. II (r«r»»rlj, with lagia AB. PU) PRESCRIPTIONS PrMtat Stock Gunmteed Beet Pricw Kicky Drag Stores Will Your Car Last Another Three Years! YOUR CAR HERE'S WHY— In order to produce new eorj quickly and save "civilian" transportation, the ftrst cars will bo modifications of the last cars tt and not completely new models. , . Even when production starts on a big scale, it will take 3 to 5 years to replace the 6 to 7 million worn-out cars and fill the terrific new demand Since doctors and essential users must come first, rationing will continue.' Before there are enough new cars for all, thousands will be walking ' other thousands driving rambling wrecks. The bettercars will be in great ' NeTModd Q lnduccment in «™ring early delivery of a In view of these facts, whatever it takes fo put your car in shape, it will be a good investment. It will assure you of a car until you can get a new one. It will return a good dividend as a "trade-in" on a no* model. Any way you look at it, YOU CAN'T LOSE. Investing money in' your car now is like putting money in the bank. —LET'S TALK IT OVER Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Blytheville OPEN DAY & NIGHT Phone 578 Hare Fan & Refrigerator Motort Cleaned For Summer. New Location 1 16 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stikap Phone ZWJ or 2581 DON EDWARDS BOTA1U, atriH. OOBOMA. AHD RBUMQTOH HI H. ma wnunrr Tnumctlon Hurt B* v. T. HAMLIN aoiii AURKED ... irnucK FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ' ^7 : MA(J IS DlGGtUG } I've GOT A FOK. 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