The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 3, 1944
Page 7
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1044 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION lf*H?_ r ' to P 61 Une {or cooMcutlte Charge 600 I~t»J ||j|« per toy.........120 l per line per d»y!!'.!'.',!l 7o ,,„ -JJ P« line per d»y 60 I,Month per line MO 1 I Ad« ordered for ttrw or Hx time* w Mopped before eiplntton will ,i charged tor tht number ol time* ,« »d appeared and adjustment ol 1 U made. J'AH Clawl/led Advertising cop; I ^omitted by persona residing out- l ; a« ol the city must be scoom- I ,wled by cash. Rates may be easily 1 'mputed from tho above table. J,Advertising ordered for irregular I aertions takes tht» one time raw. l;No responsibility wUl be taken IJT more than one Incorrect Inser- For Salt Household furnishings: Electric Range, Oil Circulating Burner, Studio Couch, Chairs,' Tables, Rugs, Breakfast Room Set, Modem Ice Kcfrlgci-ator, Computing Scales, Shades, Curtains and other Miscellaneous Items. 421 So. Second St. 8'3-pk-lO MH For Sale 32 head Shetland ixmles, all colors. One black & while flvc galled saddle mare, five years old. C. C. Shell, Dexter, Mo. Junction 25 & 60 Highways,. . 8-3-pk-10 Superfex Oil Healer. Phone 248^ 8-2-pk-B-9 Fresh milch goat. See R. O. Cash, Loy Eich Chevrolet 'Co. 7|21-pk8!3 lie eight room frame house, one six room frame house, one double ( brick store building and four lots Six room .modern 'stucco house I. with hardwood floors, my home' I,All located at Dell. See M w' I i Lewis- •: 8;3-pk-0 J'I ruck and Trailer. 1940 Chevrolet I truck with 1941 new motor- 24 ft I.trailer. Good tires. Cheap. Cash' |-E. T. Utley, Holland, Mo. H-2-uk-9 I 131 Model A Ford. See John McCrory at Hart's Bakery nfter 2 ,."•'"• 8,2-pk-5 luniiture lor four rooms, including '.• refrigerator and washing machine , Phone 557. 8-1-ck-B I'outheast Missouri farms. 40 to 1100 • acres. Level lands. Well located. Good Improvements. Highly pro• ductlve. Price 520.00 per acre up. | ; Small cash payments. J. c. Cha- -jo'ipexter, Mo. Old Township B'iidmg, Telephone 340. 8-2-pk-8 I uburban store building wltfTllving J quarters. Price $1800-$900 cash r: balance 25 months. Possession to- I'.'dny. H. O.'Campbell, Phone 44G. ' ' 7-28-pk-4 I Improved SE Missouri farms. All I sizes. Don't wait— bay now and get choice. Write your wants Hardwlek Co., Slkeston, Mo. 7j25-pk-25 room house close in. $2000 cash. | H. C. Campbell, phone 446. I 8-l-pk-8 • Royal Brunswick pool~tablesT"liTl ; ly equipped. See W. H. Heath, Phone 627, Blytheville. . 7[2fi-pk-8126 (Inks, commodes and pipe. Arlan's i Junlc Yard. Phone 2890. 7|II7-pfc-8[17 Varm 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. 446. 7-26-pk-26 | fatsos—battery and electric, liardaway Appliance Co. 7-25-ch-25 ,ce cold watermelons, whole or half. Guaranteed. Sharpe's Place, Airbase Road, phone 3157. 7|26-pk-8[9 | 'or larm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. SUSTAF- BON, Farm Sales, ClarMon, Mo. 6-8-pk-8 i'ight the heat with an nil metal attic fan from Planters Hardware Co. 7-25-ck-25 LlST YOUR PROPERTY with H. C. CAMPBELL, 120 S. Second. Phone 446. Vis get, results. . room house with bath; also, 3 room- house and water connections. Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1605 W. Vine St. 7l21-pk-8|21 fwoAots near American Legion Hut. . J»jnes Coston, Osceola, Ark. . *' 7-17-ck-tf I Jlectrlc table radios cheaper at The Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 7-12-pk-8-12 | Chree used A-C Combines: one practically new. Write or call E B Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2026. 1|l-ck-tr !2 Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blytheville Ma chine Shop. Phone 2828. 6I23-ck-tf Political I Announcements Tfce Courier New« tin been M- horited to mnounc* tb« foUowlnj andtdacles. subject to th« Demo. r»Hc prtmarv In August: STATE ALENE WORD '(for re-election, Post No. 3) W. J. WUNDERLICH '(for re-election, Part No. I) J. 1.EE BEARDEN (for re-electton, Post Na. S) . LUCIEN E. COLEMAH O. "GENE" FLEEMAN ... (Post No. 4> PROSECUTING ATTORNEY MARCUS FIBTZ (For Re-election) JAMES C. HALE BHXRIF7 AND COUXOTOI HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEED STODT M1S8 DELLA PORTLB COCNTX JtTD OB , ROLAND ORKSN (for re-elecllon> DWIGHT H. Br.ACKWOOD cmcnrr COURT CI.ERK HARVBY MORRI8 i ,, _ 'For re-election) [rSi COtTNTT CLERK T. W. POTTER „ '.(for r«-electlo» 'iinilshliiBs. Including Butane gns range, for 4 room npniimenl. Purchaser of furniture may live In same Jioiise. 1513 Heani St. 8-2-pk'-5 Elberta Penches. H. A. Detoc. North Franklin. 7-31-ck-8]7 C2fi Walnut St. duplex nijartmcnt. One 6-room with bath, and one four room with tenth. This house lias Just been completely remodeled and Is modern In every way; Very desirable location. Shown liy 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 be used as 2 3-rooin nparlmenis. Very desirable location. Just across street from church. North 10th St. 2 lots with one 3- room house and one 2-room house. Terms. $1275. North Franklin St. K room house with half acre of land. Close In and a good buy. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 801, Eddie B. David, Salesman C-l-ck-4 U. S. ARMY MAN (o Vrevloui I'uul*,' HORIZONTAL 59 Tastes 1,7 Pictured CO Deduces U. S. military rank leader, Maj.- Gen 13 Expuiigcr 14 Excise 15 Mystic . syllable , 16 Exude 19 That one 20 Heavy blow 22 Capable A 23 Employer ^5 25 Eagle's nest ' 27 Cubic meter 28 Road (ab.) ' 29 Place (ub.) 30 And (Latin) VERTICAL lUs 2 Pressed 3 More crippled 4 Lone Scout • (ab.) . ? 5 Id cst (ab.) , 0 Scope J 1 Flying toy Registered Hereford bull. Old enough for service. J. C. Buchanan, phone 578 or 7-7-ck-7 For Rent Bedroom with adjoining bsilh; men preferred. Phone 2480. 8|3-pk-7 Room In private home. Automatic cooling system. Phone 2844. 8-2-ck-5 Office In IngMon titaldlng. Inquire at the ParfchuTit Co. -, lI-30-ck-W •*J*—J^«-^— ~^-f~, f-*-*--LfM-v-»-M-M->r- 1 j-^«J-.. un .r-wnu 'OX* Hefp Wanted Wanted: Reliable, active muit, lady or high school student to collect on 150 monthly accounts on liberal basis. Bond required. Write Periodical Publishers' Service Bureau, 1035 Starks Building, Louisville 'i, Ky. 8-3-ck-8 Experienced cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Nolle. Ifl-ck-tt Lost Billfold with four B-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. 8|2-pk-5 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-Ii Wanted to Uuy Two wheel luggage, trailer. Phone 2009 before C p. m. 8|3-pk-10 Wardrobe trunk. Must be in good condition. Phone 2230. 8-2-plc-5 . 8 Parcel post (ab.) 10 Clamor 11 Compound ethers 12 Right (ab.) 31 South Dakota 1' Bachelor ot (ab.) Music (ab.) 32 Daybreak 18 Symbol for (comb, form) 33 Of Ihe thing 34 Either 38 Notary public (ab.) 37 Area measure 38 Symbol for • selenium 40 Thick 42 Islands 44 Bustle 45 Handle J 49 Anger 50 Symbol for erbium 51 Pertaining to irony 53 Myself 54 Comment 5C He commands the pilots of a U. S. . Army air unit illinium i 20 Boat puddle 21 Matures 40 Negative . . 23 Gives voice 1047 Symbol for tin 8 Type measure 2 * Carmine 48 Assistant 45 Noah's boat j' (pi.) & " ! ' 28 Rim away to 51 Irritate man 1 }' 21 Caravansary 34 Harem room 35 Ransom 38 Calm 52 Eccentric wheel 54 Rupees (ab.) 55 Alternating current (lib.) 39 Compass point 57 International •II Girl's name language 43 Full exlcnf 58 Guineas (lib.) Ole Hickory Inn || Aenx. fr.rn lllfh Scliwl HANUFACTUITOia CO. Phone Z9U rA(Sffi SKVHt'i OLIVER FAHM EQUIPMENT Bales ind Service HARRISON AUTO I'AKTS CO, W. Ash . phone 2552 •• **»! u *» m»n Wn B«Ui BELL C8 THIS PDKNITUKI IOD AHK NOT CS1NO (M mthl »"•««> tntt-ln rttwa* tot fmrnUir*'.* »tw. Arrin Hwdj- Fmem. Co. Ml K. Mali H,,,,, t(M Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM I'hone 557 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 If. Over five million American Homes have ordered the Famous MOUNTAIN VALI.EV MINERAL WATER From HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS. It is reliable— an aid in treatment or Arthritis', Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and many. Intestinal disorders. It stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet. CrtOSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & revision, _-., ,Blythevllle,.Atk... Will pay cash for |10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 2oc per aoz. ror wire co»t CTeanera. Wanted To Ttetit Apartment or bedroom with kit- clien privileges. Phono 541, room 331. 8-l-pk-4 Bats, like mnny bird.";, hnvc a homing instinct, niul have been known to [ly Go miles hack lo a favorite roost. Sare 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S Dr nr S t • r t Main & Lake Phone 2822 Spring and Bummer TUNE-UP Save Gasoline . . . Saye Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T L SEAT MOTOR CO. CtajOer DoUer P»rtj <ft Beirttt 121 W. Aih Fhm* tin ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as during pre-war limes! IMil your plants in shape for Fall; NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE—call ua day, night or Sunday. * Belting * Belt Lace f Steam Packing * Pj pe Fittings AH Sue Pipe * Crane Valves . * Gin Saw Files and Gummers Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blyllieville 25 Years Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! "*' "" <-"""• «"•»" TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone 861 Eddie B. David, Sataraan We Have Buyers Waiting For Investments. Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY THIS FALL Have tractors and farm implements overhauled and repaired NOW while parts can be secured and our shops can do the work • . . DON'T WAIT FOR THE RUSH SEASON. We'll take fall billing on the charges. Delta Implements, Inc. 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 Forcl Reconditioned Engine The only remedy (o worn cylinders, pislons anil bearings. 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" Walnut at 5th. Elmer Cnnninfrh« VULCAHIZIBG Tire * Tube Repair C.tUn BdJ «JU * a. Hwy. « with Eniler Am. Pin) PRESCRIPTIONS Frtiheat Stock . Guaranteed Beat Prim Kitty Drag Stores Will Your Car Last Anolher Three Years! YOUR CAR HERE'S WHY— In order to produce now cars quickly and save"civ!lia7J transportation, the f,rst cars will be modifications of the last cars built 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 5mce doctors and csscnrial users must come first, rationing will continue. Before there are enough new cars for all, thousands will be walking other thousands driving rambling wrecks. Thebcttercars will be in great demand and should be a big inducement in securing early delivery of a New Model. ' In view of these facts, whatever it takes to 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 w.ll return a good dividend as a "trade-in" on a new 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 toy Eich Chevrolet Co. Blytheville Hare Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For' Bummer, New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stikap OPEN DAY & NIGHT Phone 578 Phone Z991 cr UM DON EDWARDS t : "*>• ym»in«t IDW •Mim, OOXONA,' AMD RXUKOTOH 111 (Irtnr TrauaottoD Hurt B*'MUtMto>t> Bv V. JJHAMMN 'sTirMIK! YOU MJST _ PLANNIW6 EXTENSIVE /TRIP; [HAM; Wliuve To, Oooln? UTILIZATION OF THROUGH ..._ SOLOMON M, NK ; N^S-^faiS^ FLEETS DISTRIBUTED THEIR. PRODUCTS TO THE EASTERN WCCLP.' FRECKLES AND HIS PRIRNDS ByJKEHRILL BLOSSEl HIS NAME THESE KIDS jTHEVRE CRAZV.'My TEU- m YOU'RE J BROTHER AND I TRESPASSING ;/ eousur THIS PROPER"(IV TWO DAYS, AGO/ -<>—,^-— ^ 1 --^ WELL, THS PROPERTY B£iv • 'so i Lowr>s CAW DO DAW& GOOD JOS. OP TRV/NG / ~OTi FATHER — . AND IF SOLO IT To You, HE'S A CROOK i WHO WAS HE? \n Inlcrruplion FRED BARMAN ^ i WG . COWBOY f f\0u5£ ARNO WILL GIVE NOW 1 BETTER GO SEE HOW WE COVLECIED IS TOWNS -1 WASH TUBES «OV:"!H05F.'rEtLA& Y' THEVU SOON" KNOW MORE REALIY 6£T TO THE. .ABOUT TtWSE WUSHIRO PAIPS BOTTOM O' THINGS, I THAW WE AND THE JAPS EH, BOB? £* I PUT TOcSETHER! /• PWPON Why, Hello h ' ^X.i^^JE TURNER_ . . /"iHAoioMAwy THINSSro"' SO \SPOKE( ASK...BUT.,6UTlCANHAeiX.y YOU'RE OF VOU V PUT THEM INTO WORDS' ' 'V'/ OFTEN I'MAMy BRVAN..1 WAS TOLD YOU CAME W FROM THE BASE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN- wa'.uow woovo C*5> rXCCQViWXl RSAV 1 m TOR xoo

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