The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1944 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 4, 1944
Page 9
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 19.14 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION «Uy rate p«r Une lor conweutlye irtlons: P«r lln» per <J»y ......... 0o Per Una per (toy ........ To time* per line per toy ....... Bo touto per line ......... •. ...... too d» ordered for tares or fix timec •topped before erpli»Uon will charged for th» number of Umei «d appeared and adjustment of , m»d», U ClaasWled AiUertlilng copy milled by persona residing oul- ) of the city must be accom- tled by cash. Rates may be easily aputed from the above table. •dvertlstag ofdered for Irregular !rtton3 takes the one time rate. ro responsibility will be taken more than one Incorrect liuer- i of any classified ad. -- --- - --- ^'Uvt^w^^ww* For Sale For Sale Winchester pump gun, 3 boxes shells, $50. Dial 3297. 8-4-pk-8 Purebred registered Duroc bred gilts. Hred to outstanding boars for September liters. Prices are reasonable. J, C. Buchanan, farm 2 1-2 miles W. on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 8-4-ch-8 > HORIZONTAL (at,.) " ''<-{ IKffiTg] i 1,7 Pictured 60 Limil (comb. ' ISiEJ ; movie actress form) ' 12 Egyptian , 01 Nevada city sun god • 1 room house with 3 room house on lot, for quick sale. Call at 50C N. Fifth St. alter 1 p. m. 8'|4-pk-8 Pre-war bicycle, woman's model. In perfect condition. Phone 326S. One portable-arc welder; one power trijj hammer. Priced to sell. Williams Machine Shop, Steelc. Mo. iinequlns and dress forms. Ap- 'ly at the New York Store. 8-4-ck-tt usehold furnishings: Electric tnnge, Oil Circulating Burner, .luelio Couch, Chairs, Tables, lugs, Breakfast Room Set, Mod- rn Ice Refrigerator, Computing Scales, Shades, Curtains and oth- r Miscellaneous items. 421 So iecond St. 8i3-pk-ld e eight room frame house, one Ix room frame house, one double Tick store building and four lots, iix room modern stucco house, vlth hardwood floors, my home Ml located at Dell. See M. W. 8|3-pk-6 Room In private home. Automatic cooling system. Phone 2844. 8-2-ck-5 ack and Trailer. 1940 Chevrolet ruck with 194L new motor; 24 ft. jraller. Good tires. Cheap. Cash. '). T. Utley, Holland, Mo. 8-2-pk-9 ;i'"Model A Ford. See John Me- 3rory at Hart's Bakery after 2 ' 8-2-pk-5 rnltnrc for four rooms, Including •efrlgerator nnd washing machine Phone 557. ig machine. 8-l-ck-8 iitheast Missouri farms. 40 to 1100 icrcs. Level lands. Well located, jood improvements. Highly pro- luctive. Price $20.00 per acre up. Small cash payments. J. c. Cha)in, Dexter, Mo. Old Township Building, Telephone 340. 8-2-pk-8 iproved SE Missouri farms. All ilzes. Don't wait—buy now and ;et choice. Write your wants, aardwlck Co., Slkeston, Mo. 7|25-pk-25 room house close in. $2000 cash. H. C. Campbell, phone 446. 8-l-pk-8 head Shetland ponies, all colors, Due black & white five gaited •addle mare, five years old. C. C. ihell, Dexter, Mo. Junction 25 & 10 Highways.. 8-3-pk-10 As, commodes and pipe. Arlan's lunk Yard. Phone 2890. 7|117-pk-8]n nve no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Siiles nnd service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 446. 7-2G-pJc-26 idios—battery and electric. Hardaway Appliance Co. 7-25-ch-25 : cold watermelons, whole or half. Suanmleed. Sharpe's Place, Air- onse Road, phone 3157. 7[2C-pk-8j9 r farm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. GTJSTAF- SON, Farm Sales, Clarlrton, Mo. 6-8-pk-8 ight (he heat with an all metal attic fan from Plant ers Hardware Co. 7-25-ck-25 room house with bath; also, 3 room house and water connections. Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1605 W. yine St. 7i21-pk-8[21 is near American Legion Hut. Coston, Osceola, Ark. 7-17-ct-tf metric table radios cheaper Bt The Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 7-12-pk-8-12 iree used A-O Combines; one practically new. Write or call E. B. Gee Cotton Co. Phone 2026. 711-ck-tf Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan. Blytheville Ma- :hlne Shop. Phone 2828. 6|23-ck-tf 'olitical Announcements Tts courier News TIM b<«n i ortzed to announce tb« folloiriai ndldaciea. mbject to th» Demc- itlc primary In Aujurt: STATE RBPRKSENTATTPW ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 1) W. J. WTJNDERLICH '(for re-electton. Post No. 1)' J. LEE BEARDEN (fcre're-electlon, Post No. I) •iDCIEN B. COLEMAH E" 0. "GENE" FLEEMAN "" (Post No. 4) PROSECUTING ATTORNEY MAHCUS EIETZ (For Re-election) JAMES C. HALE BHKBIFF AND COLUOTOB HALS JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (8KEET) 8TODT MIES DELLA PURTLK COUNTY, JUDGS ROLAND GREEN (for ra-electlon) BWIGHT H, BLACK WOOD ciKCTjir COURT CLERK HARVI? MORRI8 (Por re-€l«ctJoTi) OlT: COBNTT CLERK T. Vf. POTOEH 1, ,«or r«-el«ctJot) Furnishings, including Butane gns range, for 4 robin apartment. Purchaser of furniture may live in same house. 1513 Hcnrn St. 8-2-pk-5' Elbertn Peaches. H, A. Defoe. North Franklin. 7-31-ck-8|7 Royal Brunswick pool tables; fill ly equipped. See W. H. Heath, Phone 027, Blytheville. 7j2e-pk-8i26 For Rent Bedroom with adjoining batli; men preferred. Phone 2480. 3]3-pk-7 Office IB Ingrem Building. Inquire «t the Parthunt Oo.,. 11-SO-ck-U Wante* Wanted: Reliable, active man, lady or high school student to collect on 150 monthJy account,"; on liberal basis. Bond required. Write Periodical Publishers' Service Bureau, 1035 Stuvks Building, Louisville 2, Ky. 8-3-ck-8 Experienced coolu " and waltrewes, Apply Hotel Noble. IB-cfc-tt Lost Gold Simmons watch chntn nnd cliarm marked with letter "B" $10 reward. Bring to 423 West Ash Dave Kinney, 8-4-pk-7 Billtold with four B-gas coupons, ration books. C. H. Turner. Picture of boy In uniform. Thought lost between Floyd White'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 ana return billfold to Courier News. 7-31-ck-C Wanted lo 'Buy Two wheel Itigpign trailer. Phone 2009 before (i p. m. • 8|3-pk-lo Wardrobe trunk. Must be in good condition. Phone 2230. 8-2-pk-5 Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Purnitnr* Co. Will pay 200 per aoz. for wire coat hangen. Hudson Cleaners. Knows His-Economics FRESNO, Cal. (U. P.)—A very small boy who was separated from his parents during a Fresno victory garden festival harvest proved him- cclf an acute observer on economic trends when a bystander, hoping to comfort the boy, offered him a penny. Grasping tile gift firmly, the boy observed: "This won't buy much these days." Sales of diamonds in the Union of South Africa—the world's largest producing area — readied the record total of $80,000,000 in 1943, doubling 1942 sales. HELP BUILD ARKANSAS MRS. E. W. FROST Candidate for Re-Election Democratic National Committeewoinan Sare 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S Druf S t »r« Main & Lake Phone 2822 Sprlnf and Snramer TUNE-l/P Save Gasoline . . . Sate Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T- L SEAT MOTOR CO. DtUti Ttat* ft Senrtee Adi Fhtni tin mi 14 October (ab.) ^ p r | f k)y plants 18Indian army «FJuer knots 115'Intermilicna) i language J. '16 Within '17 Feelings ' 1 Great lake J! 34 p ro noun 2 Palli £* 2G Cognomens 44 Skin opening 45 Dry 40 Father 47 Sour •i ( r ctiniss *-i"> *sx' **wi>nviji^ii^ •» i Ljiyivii '19 Street (nh.) 3 H_igH card * 27 Bottoms ct 48 Pint (ab.) 20 Long fish 22 Erbium , (symbol) 23 Exist J 24 AfUnnative 4 City, in Alaska shoes 5 Smell j 28 Ocean C Rodent >< 20 Donkey V Needy : 30 Seine BSkinafTllcllon jMl 49 Woody plant 50 Lease 52 Sea eagle 53 Sums up ' 05 Kitchen 24 Affirmative ~'L BSkinaniicllon iMl Still 05 Kitcliei 25 Upon J? SHiglits (ab.) '32Golf device utensil 27 Therefore '& 1C Gaelic ~ a f; 33 Torrid .. .;, 50 Vase rt r» v%_..!l C? ' 1 ! np^flVC ' **-<*& 7(1 c?l n | ft '"-t^'.:. r.-J n,.|,r>br 28 Devil 31 Young man 34 Ells Scotch 30 Slate 57 Drunknrd , 35 Myself 36 Measure of cloth 37 Dawn (comb. form) 38 Possession 40 Belie! •12 Like 43 Selenium : (symbol) 44 Compensate 46 Tree fluid 1 49 Transpose ' (ab.) 51 Vegetable : 54. Either OLIVER MUM EQUIPMENT B»!M »nd 6err1c« HARRISON AUTO FASTS CO, 517 W, ABU Fhon« 2552 iu If. y*i «anl u BMiii SELL ««J ARK NOT C8INQ fw Ate* mini iiMt-ln tUtwtmtt In •U tvnlliM'** B , w , Arrin Hwtljr Fwi. Ce. HI E. Mat. n.«. MM Refrigeration Service F, W. TATUM Phone U7 Try onr "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn WOOD For Sale! MANUFACTURING CO. Phone 2911 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 In treatment of Arthritis, Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and'many intestinal disorders. It stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division Blytheville, Ark. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as during: pre-war limes! Put your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE—call us day, night or Sunday. Belting * Belt Lace . Steam Packing * Pipe Fittings ' All Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gummcrs Vf Hubbard Hardware Co. Scrrlng Bljrtlicville 25 Years Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! Our wide experience In real estate and business qualifies us to give you better service. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone 8G1 r.aatt- B. David, Salesman 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 foe secured and our shops can do the work • . . DON'T WAIT FOR THE RUSH SEASON. We'll take fall billing on the charges. Ddto Implements, Inc. Elmer Cunlngliuf yUL'CARIZIRG Tire ft Tube Rep«h C*tUn Bell ML « B. Hwy. <1 wllh Enflu AM. rto.) Will Your Car Last Another Three Years! YOUR CAR <-* J >'f r PRESCRIPTIONS Fruhtst Stock Guaranteed Bert Prlew Kirhy Drag Stores ... is a Valuable possession, Perhaps, more valuable than you think. Not only now, but long after new cots are in production. HERE'S WHY—In order to produce new cars quickly and save "civilian transportation, the first cars will be modifications of the last cars' built and not completely new models. \ Even when production starts on a big scale, itwill 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. 4 Before there arc enough new cars for all, thousands will bo walking . . , other thousands driving rambling wrecks. The better cars 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 will 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. ' f ?' —LET'S TALK IT OVER Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Blytheville v OPEN DAY & NIGHT ,-,••* ,} ^ Phone 578 Hat* Fai\& Refrigerator Moton Cleaned Far Bnmmer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcop Phone MM M UN u: , DON EDWARDS ROTAIi, BOTH. DOBONA, AND RISMINQTOH , in m. BU man •' (Situ TrwuMtbm Mart tit ALLEY OOP Where to Go By V. T. HAMLPt YOU (,via 6NT6R "V THE AHCIEMT LWO \ AT,"X", ABOUT ISO / MILES FROM SOUR. / PESTIMATfOW-- -M TAKE PLENTY Or SASOLWE, WAT6R FAIL TERMS FOR FORD REPAIRS Don't let your Ford wear out for lack of needed repoiis. Make your Ford operate economically for the duration. New Ford Reconditioned Engine The only remedy to worn cylinders, pistons and tearing. 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. SVAIT UNT/L THEY LET ME OUT OF BUT, OOOLA.VOU \TH1S HO5PJTAL CAN'T GO BACK INTO \ t CAM GO q4o B.C. ALONE; THAT'S \ \\'ITH NOU IN MO J03 FOR A WOMAN-) A WEEK' I'VE BEEN! THERE I HHOWj 1, I sut'fiut.t 10J CAN AT LEAST I CAN 6lv6 A LITHE INFORMATION/ THAT MAY BE , BUT A WEEKINW' BE TOO LONG-TM GOING RISHT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS 1 MAV-'E A FORTUNE FROM OUR. . SOLDMIWEi I'M SONMA BUY THtS BOAT/ -SO DOWT SCRATCH ~TMB OSCf. RAIL' ?LEASF JAKE YOUR FEET DOWM/ Go AHEAD —PUT YbUR. feef •"--«"' - -IT DOESN'T NWHER I POP SOLD US OUT FOR A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS/ By FRED HARMAN YOLJ5E ALL W SHOW SiROTHtR HOUSE. OUGHTABE PROUD coweor WITH A BIG P15TOL ( BY LESLIE TURNER WASH TUBES 1M SORB/ X THIS LETTER TO you,,. HE NEVER HAP A MISSAMV;WE \CHAtJCETOHMlSHir. AMD THIS lOCKET CAM'T TELL YOU WE FOUMP AFTER rtlS PLANE TOOSOFF MOCEO'WHAT HAPPEWEO OK) WILEY'5 LAST / f,mif' M1SS10W . V«ln f -' 1{\ %3-W" IT 6 THE PICTURE 1 GAVE HIM... WHILE HE WAS STA.TIONEP HERE! r-o-y <f^r' i •=-; V-" > >JV ;ViW>r- <K I'ftV SO (SfJATEFUL TO VOU BOTH.,. FOR THESE, AMD THE v THINGS YOU'VE TO.LD ME THOSE T WE'LL MAKE JAPS ARE [ 'EMWISHTHEY'P <50IW<STO .. . .. PAY FOR \ BAPIO-tONTROllEP THlS.ecS'AL BOMS! HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES NWS ' vothl b«f^,m Vb (\ ?\V - IA 60CO 6liV So Far, So Good BY EDGAR MARTIN O\YL"'

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