The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 2, 1944
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 19<M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION D»liy rate per lloe for coosecuttw Insertions; Mtolmum Charge ..BOo VUme per lla» lit • tiawt p*r lint per <Uj Uo y»w« P« Un» per d«y. So • ttaet per line per d»y.,,..,.. 7o U Uiaei per to* per d»y.. 60 1 Monti per line Wo -. Ad» ordered lor three or Hi tUnet tod itopped before expiration will be charged for the cumber of time* tbe ad appeared and adjustment ol bill nude. ' All Cloulfied Adverting cop; nibmltted by persona residing out* aide o! the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table, Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes tbe one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion ol an; classified ad. Superfex oil Heater. Phone Fresh milch go'nt. See R. G. Gush, Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. 7|27-pk8l3 Furnishings, Including Butane ,6ns range, for •) room aimrtinent. Purchaser of furniture may live in same house. 1513 Hcnrn St. For Sol* Elberta Peaches. H. A. Defoe, North Franklin. V-3l-ck-8jl Truck, and Trailer. 1940 Chevrolet truck with 1941 new motor; 2-1 ft trailer. Good tires. Cheap. Gush K.'T r .U(ley, Holland, Mo. 8-2-pk-9 1931 Model A Ford. See John~Me~Crory at Hart's Bakery after a P- 1 "- 8-2-pk-5 FiimHure for'four rooms, including refrigerator and washing machine Phone 557. . B-l-ck-8 Southeast Missouri rams. 40 to 1100 acres. Level lands. Well located. Good improvements. Highly productive. Price $20.00 per acre up. Small cash payments. J. a. Cha- pln, Dexter. Mo. Old Township Building, Telephone 340. B-2-pk-8 Suburban store building with living £l*«iarters. Price S1800-$900 cash, ^ Mlance 25 months. Possession today. H. O. Campbell, Phone 446. 1-28-pk-4 Improved SE Missouri farms. All sizes, Don't walU-buy now and get choice. Write your wants. Hardwlck Co,, Slkeston, Mo 7|25-pk-25 6 room house close in. $2000 cash. 1!. C. Campbell, phone 440. 8-l-pk-8 E Royal Brunswick pool tables; lui ly equipped. SGG W. H. Heath' Phone 021, Blythevllle. T|26-pk-8126 Ginks, commodes and pipe. Arlan's Junk Yard. Phone 2880. > — 7|m-plc-8|17 620 Walnut St. duplex apartment. One 6-room with Oath, and one four room with bath. Tills house has Just been completely remodeled and is modem In every way: Very desirable location. Shown by appointment only. Walnut and 8th St. Located on roar of lot facing west, with plenty of ground for new house on front of lot. 0 rooms with bath. Can bo used us 2 3-room apartments. Very desirable location. Just across street from church. North 10th St. 2 lots with one 3- rooni house and one 2-room house. Terms. 51275. North Franklin St. G room house with half acre of Innd. Close In and a good buy. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 801, Kddle B. David, Salesman 8-l-ck-4 Registered Hereford bull. Old enough for service. J. C. Buchanan, phone 578 or 3335. 7-7-ck-7 For Rent Bedroom, twin beds; men preferred. 022 W. Ash St. 1131-pk-813 Room in private home. Automatic cooling system. Phone 2844. 8-2-ck-5 Office In InjHim Building. Inquire o,. 11-30-ck-tt Help Wanted MALE INVESTIGATOR—To get personal history information on individuals. In connection with credit and insurance applications. Spare time, fee basis. P. O. Box 972, Little Rock, Ark. 7-31-p)(-3 Experienced cook* »nd Apply Hotel Nobla. —^-—-~ v^vx^-—»-«* Lost . 16-ck-tI Billfold with four li-gas coupons, ration books. C. H. Turner. Picture of boy In uniform. Thought lost between Floyd While's and bus station. Reward. Return to Courier News. 8j2-pk-5 Worm .Morning cabinet size heater. Used only one season. H. c. Campbell, 225 E. Davis. 8-l-pk-4 I have no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. ,-H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. •!-16 1 . , 7-2G-pk-2C' Radios—battery and electric. Hardaway Appliance Co. • 7-25-ch-25 ~ce cold watermelons, whole or half. Guaranteed. Sharpe's Place, Airbase Road, phone 3157. 7|2G-pk-8[9 :For farm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. SUSTAF- BON, Farm Sales, ClartSon, Mo. 6-8-pk-B Ladies red billfold with cash and valuable papers.- Believed lost in Kress or Ben Franklin store. Finder keep cash' and "return billfold to Courier News. 7-31-ck-B Wanted to Wardrobe trunk..Must be In good condition. Phone 2330. 8-2-pk-5 WiU pay cash for |10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Fight the heat with an all • metal attic fan from Planters Hardware Co. '.. 7-25-ck-25 LIST YOUR PROPERTY with H C. CAMPBELL, 120 S. Second. Phone 448. V/e get results.' • 7-3-pk-4 Two electric coflee mills; one iced drink box; one electric drink box; one counter freezer and hardener. M. L. King, Manila. 7j25-pk-8<3 B room house with bath; also, 3 room house and water connections. Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1B05 W. Vine St. 7|21-pk-8|21 Jfrw m J o lots near American Legion Hut. James Coston, Osceola, Ark. 7-n-ck-tf Electric table radios cheaper at The Radio Hospital. 204 W.- Ash. 7-12-pk-8-1 Three used A-c Combines; one practically new. Write or call E B Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2026. 22 Inch window fan Wades. Build your own fan. Blythevllle Ma chine Shop. Phone 2828. 6123-ck-tf Political Announcements •Us Courier New« n»i b(«n «n- tnorlted to tnaounoe the loHowlnf candldaclw. gubjKt to th» Demo- crauc primary In August" BTATE RKPRESEJWATiyi AtENE WORD (for re-election, Post No 3) W. J. WTJNDERLJOH (for re-election, Post No l) J. LEE BBARDKW (for re-election, Post No. 1) LOOIEN E. COLEMAH Z. O. "GENE'' FREEMAN (Post No. 4) PBO8ECUTTNG ATTORNEr MARCUS FIET2 (For Re-election) JAMES 0. HALE BHXRIFP AND COLUOTO* HALB JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSOH tXJBNTy TREA8HRKR K. B. (SKEET) STOUT UI88 DELLA PUBTLB COUNTY fUDGK ROLAND ORKEN (for re-election) "WIGHT H. BLACKWOOD CIECtUT COKR» CLEEK HAKVKY MOBBffl fFtor re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTUR .(for ro-eUctloi) _._ S«t Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coat ^55ngm._Hudsoc_ClMner».^ Wanted To llent Ajjartmeiit. or bedroom wftli kitchen privileges. Phone 541. room ^^Ji^^^^^^^^^ B-l-pk-4 Lost or Strayed Dark brown mnrc mule, !job tail. . Charley Bedford, Robinson Addition. 1|29-pk-8|2 'Jobs Wanted Gpncral office work-, some experience. Live in town and prerer local work. Plione 2900. 1(2fl-pk8i2 ' .Tuvenilo Rights OKLAHOMA CITY (UP)-A ju- venilc h!\ 5 as much right to a Irin! by jury as an adulL in Oklahoma Atly. Gen. Rnndall S. Cobb ruled recently when n question . of law was raised. He gave the opinion to Muskogce county Judge.John Gul- lager, who wrote that a juvenile— under ,!6 years old—Jmd demanded a jury trial. Juvenile cases arc usually heard by the county judge without a jury. Sire 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S Drni S t•r• Main & Lake Phone 2822 Spring ana Summer TUNE-UP Save Gasoline . , . Sare Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T I. SEAT MOTOR CO. Chrj»ler D*«te Putt A Bernet Ul W. Aih Fb«i tux ;[/< FILM ACTOR ' HORIZONTAL . 1,4 Pictured '• movie acior lORcverenlial • fear 13 Exist HBii'd 15 Vehicle ,10 Retain n 18 On the octan •VERTICAL ' J Cook in oven 2 Russian cily 3 Honey maker 4 Exclamation 5 Russian . • mountain f range 0 It Is (contr.) 7 Pedal digit succeed. 28 Transactions 19 Lairs ^ 7 Pedal digit 29 Pig pen 20 Measure ot •? 8 Man's name 30 Before cloth j£ S Compass point <prenx) 21 Lubricant " 10 High card 32 Tree 11 Desire 12 Gaelic 17 Needy 10 Sketch 22 Anger * 24 Donkey 23 Distant 25 Tellurium (symbol) 26Pso 27 Sorrowful 29 Extra 31 Use a broom 34 Three (comb, form) 35 Winglikc port 36 Shouts 39 He has '<? appeared In Y • several .—. 41 Place 42 Abstract being 43 Afternoon (ab.) 45 Excifemcnl 47 Fowl 48'Toward 50 Praise 52 Information 55 fly 57 Paid notices 58 Pushes back 60 Narrow inlet 61 Born 62 Landed property 63 Sick 33 Dance step 3" Conduct 38 Standoi-d (ob.) 30 Charge 40 Tavems 13 Scheme 44 Manufactured •16 Lyric noems 4?Stop! 48 Kile part 48 Verbal 51 Employ 53 fe»!<oly 54 Ueveiage 50 Limit (co;nb. form) 58 Music note 5D Symbol for selenium We Will 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 MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS. It is reliable—an aid m treatment of Arthritis, Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and .many Intestinal disorders It stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main &, Division Bljthejrille,' Ark. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks nf rcpuir parts are as corrir plete as during pre-war times! I'ul your/plants in shape for Fall.NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE—call ua day, night or Sunday. * Belting * Belt Lace S' Steam Packin 3 * p? pe Fittings All Size Pipe * Crane Valves f * Gin Saw Files and Gummers Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blythcville Z5 Years NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may b« ruining your property. Call me f«K check-up without cost or obligation. KAT8, MICE AND ROACH CONTaOL ,, j>"' GUARANTEED WORK IM r K , v H> C> BLANKENSH1P •If E. Kentucky DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES o SPECIALTY It XCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Blythetille, Ark. Clinic 514 M«ln Phone 2121 FALllERMS FOFfORHEPAIRS I i& ^ » - ^H Don't let your Ford wear out for lack of needed repairs. Make your Ford operate economically for the duration. New Ford Reconditioned Engine The only remedy (o \rorn cylinders, pistons and bearings. New Brakes, New Steering Gear, New Paint and Body Repairs REPAIR YOUR FORD NOW. USE OUR FALL PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 "The No. 1 Ford Repair Shop" Walnut at 5th. fA« H¥l OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT 8lira «nd Bfrrloe HARRISON AUTO PARTS CO. BIT W. A»h Phone 2558 K ;•• mat u »«j mm ffiu B«lHi SRIL 08 THE rUBNITUM """ ARC NOT USING fw Uticnl ltm<e-ln , AWn Hardy r»ni. Co. Ml K. Malm PhWM K91 Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM Phone S51 Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn rrtre Plenty of WOOD For Sale! BARKSDALE MANUFACTURING CO. Phone 29fl Ehuw CnBfafftuf .VULCARIKIRG Tire ft Tabe Repair C*ll«> Ben KJK. * «. Bmj. «I wHh lachr tm. ru.) PRESCRIPTIONS FrMhMt Stock Gnranteed Best PrfeM Kirby Drag Stores Will Your Car Last Another Three Years! YOUR CAR HERE'S WHY— In order to produce new ears quickly and sovelivif^ transportation, tho first cars will be modificatiL of rhe last car bull! and not completely now models. Ir »W ^ C y/°7 UCt -H? S '° m ° n a bl3 $cale ' if wi " take 3 »o 5 years to w-' place the 6 to .7 million wern-out cars and fill the terrific new demand Since doctors and essential users must come first, rationing will conTinue.' Before there arc enough new cars for all, thousands will be walking ° nS ' WrCck New Modol n e a ° 9 induCCmont in sccuri "9 «"'Y delivery^ a In yiew of these facts, whatever it takes to put your ear in shape, it will be a good investment. It will assure you of a car until you con get a new one. It will return a good dividend as a "trade-in" on a new model Any way you look ot it, YOU CAN'T LOSE. Investing money in your car now is l.kc putting money in the bank. X Y —LET'S TALK IT OVER toy Eich Chevrolet Co. BlytncVillc Hare Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Sgmmer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Chirlie) Stikap Phone 289] « E58S OPEN DAY & NIGHT Phone 578 ALLEY OOF DON EDWARDS •orAt, mrm, OOBONA, AND BJnaNtmni TIMWHllWKI in H. in« crnuorr man Hurt B* B«tWMtery) _____________ _________ By V. T- RAMLIN WASM'T "THAI MtJG) VES/AMIMDUSTRlXiTc'BJTER WITH' SOLOMOM'S FORT J BLAST FURWfcCES SMELTERS AWP ; CAW you)OMLYTH/XT \PI T ixi ICT RcX"- 1 -^ "^ \flWM-l'f\KtU Vu^ t. ^ (AMV7HIWG 1 IM JERUSALEM, OM THE RtiD SEAy 1ERRIPIC WWPS.' HIS GOLJ3 MWES MAV H\VE BfiEW A MYTH, BUT WOT HIS WISDOM-HE KMEW THINiaS WE'VE LEARNED OWLY IM "THE CENTURV/ KV BACK WITH us? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS onsiblo Solution By MERRILL BLOSSD^ YOU HAVE NO RIGHT To DIG HERE, WSTEU I YOU'RE TRESPASSING ON OUR PROPERTY I /^ MV :\VELL,YOURE : 6INe ON THE WTOM& SIDE OP TH : I'M ASKING SOU "R) ' s LEAVE.' By FRED BARMAN YOUSE REd< WE BETTER YOU DONME tlftlF 1H' TICKET SALE TROK YOUR FIGURED---y y R ol$O3A^OTDOUGH.' WASH TUBES .._.... Bi-aiiuvork Begins _ BY LESLIE TURNER p^T^^is^li *OllP<TlrtLI«? e,r-ien A^ r- . ,-. . I '•.' EVERY HOUR X - OR HOLp UP ALL tOST IM SOLVING \ l.OH6-)?AN6E SOAieiy<3 THIS PROBLEM MAY) AGAINST THE J*P5' COST THE LIVES Of ' OTHER BOMBER JT' WISOVScSRAB WS ROM WE FILMS. R A BIT OF REST EMLARaEMEHrS B KOW,,,OUf? JOS'S Ks°:s A H^ 3usirEi3iiN DRAWN OF THEIR FIRED AT EASV BOB BY TECHNICAL AMD TACTICAL EXPERTS,. PATH FROM BOMB BAY TO TAS6ET BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES At This Hour? BY EDGAR MARTIN r ^wo-'\M\sj6 wovf

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