The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1944 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, AUGUST "ll, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rat* per line Jor oonseoutlTe Insertions: Minimum Charge ,lMo " time^per line,,..., ,„ . ...1M K**» per.llne per day lifts I !„%» P»'.Hne,per toy! "'.'.'.'.'. : 1o 13 tlian per lln«,per day., •Bo I Month per line Ho Adj ordered lor tare* or «x time* and ttopptd betore expiration-, will be charged for the. number cl .times the ad appeared,and adjustment of bill, made. All Classified Adrertlnlng cop; lubmltted by persons residing out- I ilde of the city mast be < accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from tbo above table. j Advertising ordered for Irregular I assertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility .will be . taken (or more than one incorrect Insertion of. my classified ad. For Sate Hurley-Davidson 1938 model motorcycle, s. T. Freeman. Phone m. 8-10-ck-H Six piece Bedroom Suite. Phone ™- . _ 8jO-ck-I2 Scolch Collie pups. Mrs. I.-Morris phone. 2334, Highway 18 Hast. Indian 'patches at Andy Hai-sh- mnn's fnrm. Tomato, .Ark. S2.00 bushel.- Bring own basket or container. 3-ll-pk-H 194Q 2-.door Ford, In extra good condition. Phone 2911. L a-10-pk-H | One . gas burner, generator and tank; one \Vestinghouse Electric hot plate; one 22" celling fan. 112 W. Davis. 8|9-pk-12 6 Royal Brunswick pool tables; ful ly equipped. See • W. H. Heath .Phone 027, Blytheville. jffv V VJ[28rpk-8[26 1941 Chevrolet heavy duly 1 1-2 ton - truck: New tires. See the Crafton Co., Blytheville, phone 559. •fJ78-ck-.tr Upright piano, mnhogany finish. See or write Mrs. Dora Gipson, Rl. 2, Box 181, Stecle, Mo. 8j9-pk-IG BOO bushels Feed..and Seed~Oat's7 • Hay, : Poultry, Grain and Dairy Feeds. .-Blytheville: Grain -aud : EI- evator.Co. -8|7-ck-t£ For'Rent Bedroom, udlolnlng bnth or will sliai-e the Home. Phone 2480. , 8-ll-pk-15 Bedroom, adjoining bath,-wlthvklt; cheu privileges If preferred. Work- Ing; girls preferred. Phone 2J03. 8-10-pk-14 Four room furnished house. -See Mrs.-Scott, (rear)" 8IG'Clark. 8-10-pk-12 Two bedrooms, convenient to bath. Phone 3325. Oil W. Main. 8-lOpkld Large cool bedroom. Close to town* 310 W. Walnut. 8-9-pk-12 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 8|8-pk.-9;8 2 or 3 Furnished rooms..914 Henm St. a/l-pk-14 Olllce In IB gram Building. Inquire »t the Parlchurit Co,... Jl Truck driver, long time job fov innrt wlio wants lo work. Phone 2977. 8-10-|>k-14 WANTED—Kollnblc hustler to succeed Ralph Brnkcnslek ns Unw- leijjli Denier In South Mississippi Connly, 1500 families. Selling experience unnecessary to slaii. Splendid opportunity lo slei) Into 1 B permanent and profitable business where finwleigli Products hnvo been sold over 30 years. Good profits lo willing workers. For particulars write RnwlclBh's, Dcpt. AKH-27-10E. Memphis, Term., or sec Dave Edwards, Leachville, Ark. 8-3-pk-12 Experienced stenographer, age 25 lo 3D by national corporation, essential business. Located. In ..Blytheville. Reply stating .experience and expected salary. Box "B" Courier News. ' - 8j7-ck-H Experienced coofcj and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. 18-ck-tI Lost Tan billfold, containing $60 or $10 & identification .-papers. Howard. Willie Frlnr, crippled boy. lit, 1, Box 12. 8jO-pk-12 • - _ ' Dilrk brown leather billfold, con- laining personal papers: money and Tennessee driver's license issued to Joanna Grlffics Corlcy. Finder call 3240. 815-pk-12 -Boys' bicycle in . good condition. •Phone 2703. 8[9-pk-12 One-2-ivlieel trailer;, new 6 ply tires with spare; .license paid; new tarpaulin. Will carry over 2000 Ibs. Price'SlOO. Cnn.be seen nt Apt 132, P. H. Q., BAAP^AIr Field. ; 8|8-pk-15 Wanted to Two Corn Pickers and tractors. Specify Make and Model in first letter. Will pay good price for clean Machines. Wclton Idekcr, Mound City, Mo. 8-10-ck-12 Mannequins and dress forms. Apply • at- the • New -York- Store. 8-4-ck-tf fi-room residence .on : Dougnn St Close In/Modern. Price |2G50. $825 cash, balance $25 per mo.iH. C. Campbell, phone •HG. a-8-pklo Maybe, you couldn't find it because Jifty didn't k,:ow wliere to go. Try Pirkhiirst,-: 107-109 ,E. Main,; for 'some of the best of everything for the home. 8-5-ck-5 See tlie new Nelson Refrigerator. 75 II). ice capacity. Will keep ice nnd food longer. The best insulation and wall.- Parkhurst, 107-109 E. Main. 8-5-ck-12 Cabinet type Warm Morning stove, •used one year.- Phone 3105. Can be seen. at.Oil Chickasawba. ep-pk-12 Nice C room residence with 2 ballis. On - Holly St.; Price . $3500 cash. II. C. Campbell. Phone 44G. 8-8-pk-15 Purebred registered Dtiroc bred gills. Bred .to outstanding boars for September liters.'Prices are reas- . enable. J. C. Buchanan, farm 2 1-2 miles W. on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 8-4-ch-8 roved SE Missouri farms. All «.^cs. Don't, wait—buy now nnd ,get choice. Write your wants. Hardwlck Co., Sikeston, Mo. 7|25-pk-25 Sinks, commodes and pipe. Arlnn's Junk Yard. Phone 2890. 1|m-pk-8|17 J have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 445. Solid stainless steel knives and forks. Also Rogers and Oneida Community. Prewar genuine silver plated knives to wlilcli you can add other pieces later on Park- lllirsL,: 107-109 E. Main. 8-5-ck-l-> Radios—battery and electric. Hardaway Appliance Co. 7-25-ch-25 For farm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. 6USTAF- BON, Farm Sales, OUrkfcn, Mo. 6-8-rA-8 B room house with bath; also, 3 i£om house and water conncc- WSins.'Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1605 W. Vine St. '^ISl-pk-Sjai Two lots near American Legion Hut; James Coston, Osceola, Ark. 1 7-17-ck-t$ Electric table radios cheaper Rt The Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. i 7-12-pk-8-13 22 Inch window Tan blades. Build your own fan. Blythevllla Ma-j chine Shop.; Phone 2828. j 6!23-ck-M One or (wo bushels of green lima beans. Phone 2325 or 'Nil. 8-10-dh-tf Plat top desk and swivel chair. H. C. Campbell, phone 440. 8-8-pk-15 2 burner electric stove, in good condition. Phone 2470. 8'8-ck-i: Hay and Corn. Blytheville Grai and Elevator Co. 8]7-ck-tf Will pay cash for |10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co, Will pay 20o per no?!, for wlra coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Rent Wanted to rent for a year or more —a 5 or G room modern house In good neighborhood. Or-would buy if price were right. Plione 2310 Miss Cordelia Wilhilc. «;8-ck-8 Taken Up One toy liorse nnilc nnd one Mnck mnrc mule. Phone 519. 8-9-ck-l2 Services Alterations, men njid women, ifrs Edna Hires. Pli. 2G49. 8-10-pk-13 Oklahoma Comity,.Value Up OKLAHOMA CITY (UP)—An increase of $137.444 in the assessed valuation of Oklahoma county was noted recently in a report certified to the county assessor. The total valuation was placed at $13,229,- 50% On TRUSSES Slecl nnd Elastic J STEWART'S , Drnr Si«r« Main & Lake Phone 2822 Spring and Summer TUNE-UP .Save Gnaolfne . . Tires, Get All-round Uetter Performance! T I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer Pmrti A BerrtM m w. A*h ••*• IN CONGRESS '. HORlZONVAl, 1'Picliii'cd Con- grcsswoman, : Mrs. Chester , C. • C Copiers !1 Kasloiicd with nails > VEIU7CA1, 1 Rnlioiieil meat 2 Russian city 3 Lasso 4 Lyric poem 5 Organ of smell CAricrnoon socials 7 Scale of pay 8 Exist !) Chooses 1C Erect II Satisfy ISTraitspose (ab.) 24 I'art of circle 21 For • 2C Perform 2S Ili«li card 27 Engine 2f> Credit (ab.) 29 Relaxes 28 Measure of 32 Any .13 Exclamation 3-1 At no lime 38 She is a representative 13 Accomplish • .H Auricle .w'J 15 Meadow ^M*. 1C Ever (contr.) 17 Inherilancc 19 Dine 20 Toss 22 Gaelic 23 Measure of land 40 Pertaining to nil- ! 43 Fence opening •MSphit jf < 45 African city > r ,-£ area 27 Mule 28 Individual 30 Infant 31 Her 35 She was jcnt 46 Suspend lo Congress 47 Jsle of Man by her dis- (ab.) triel's 48 Unclosed 30 Measures ,/' JO Great of cloth " Dl Variety of 37 U«a<l (ab.) rhiilcedony 38 Therefore 53 Three (prefix) 39 One and one 51 Ocean of (he "Bucli- 41 Elderly 42 Be -Indebted « Obtains •15 She represents 40 Native metals • 52 Beverage 53 Trudges -55 Man's name '56 Paving substance 57 Sped ,58 Electrical < engineer (nb.) 59 Atmosphcie CO Following m § ! : 5M SI OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Bate »nd : Bertie* HARRISON AUTO /PARTS . CO, 517 W. Aih i Ph.,,,, , i I 15S wavntB * I' ;•• wkni M .i.y ,.mm ,ffM B«i«t SELL US THE nmNlTDBR VOU AUK NOT USING Itr ««li! AUo llhn-il trUt.ln, >Utwu«* ttt "* tmmltwt *»M * Alrin H»rdy "' Uoaclics, Knii and Mice ellml-! naff (I. Ccttlracl ifrvlro in ,ft%\. control ! Biddle Exlerminators ' tu. !l'lion«-«15r • Free J 15 8. Third WK-F1I,!, AM, DOCTOK8' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE VOU MONEY STEWART'S Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn Amm fr«m Illth Sch»»l 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 .Fnmoni MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From: HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS. It is reliable—an aid in treatment ot 'Arthritis! Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and many Intestinal disorders II stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP i- Division . Blytheville,'Ark. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUP/PLIES AT PRESENT our slocks of repair parts arc as com- ' plcte as during pre-war limes! Pul your plants,in' shape for Full NOW. \VK GIVE SEIIVICE—call us day, night or Sunday. . „ * BeJfing * Steam Packing * All Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gummers * Beft Lace Pipe Fittings Hubbard Hardware Co. berving Blylhcville 25 Year Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business? — If So »• * LIST II WITH US FOR SALE! °lvc ™ ldeb 5'; |1ertcnec ln rcal cst »le and business qualinej TOM LITTLE REALTY CO P "°" C 8 " w T, n Ell ' Kc "• Dwl * Sal «™"" VIE Have Buyers WaitlnR For Investments. •Have Equipment Fixed Now— ' PAY THIS FALL Have tractors and farm implements overhauled and repaired NOW while parts can bo secured and. our shops can do the work ... .DON'T WAIT FOR THE RUSH SEASON. We'll fake fall billing on the charges. Delta Implements, Inc. -•„... on Home Front. .Too i , ' WESTOVER FIELD. Mass, (UP) -Sixty soldiers stationed at this Held ore doing more than Ihoir bU to hasten victory. .When off duty', the op don fntlgiiM to work In IhiS i united States Rubber Co..and Ihu Sickles Radio factories. FAIL 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 r d Reconditioned Engine The onlj- remedy fo , f0 rn cylinders, ptslons and bearings D«A?L a t eS ' NeW Stee " n3 Gear ' New'Paint,and Body Repairs. REPAIR YOUR FORD NOW. USE OUR FALL. BUDGET WAN. PHILLIPS MOTOR GO, Tel. 453 "The No. 1 Ford RepairvShop" AValmir-oKSth. WINTER I Z!E : \vlill 'Attic-Insulation 'Monarch Metal . Wcathcrstripping '^Storm'Saih Fill Your Coal Bin How E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. s Tire * Tube-Repair tCttUn ; FU.) Repair Your Car NOW- Use Our Convenient Payment Plan To Put IMnfo First Class Condition Your present ear wilt, almost certainly have •to v last you anothertwo or three years ..'.. Take care of it. A thorough overhaul ..and/repair, job now might save you many..dollars and ajot.df trouble later on . , /Itmight.even save you.the use of your car! We'll overhaul it for you, make necessary repairs, and replace parts where necessary . . . And let you;pay us-the!bill-in'Weekly-.or monthly payments . . . 'We.want.to!keep you rolling, too! We'll Make You An EstimatefFree of Charge Ley Eich Chevrolet Co. Blythevillc OPEN,DAY & NIGHT Phono.578 PRESCRIPTIONS FreihMt Stock Guaranteed B«et Prlew Kirby Drag Stores :DON EDWARDS XOTAIi, I ntTTB, CORONA, i ADD RDUMOTOH KttTABLI 111 H/ tn«.irrRKrr , (Krery . Tr»m»»otloii f :PHQHI nn Wv^V.iT. HAMLIN -COCTOR BROMSOM REALLY HAD.SOM6THIN6 WHEN US SAID THIS WAS NO, JOB WHEW THIS.STOPS, IP IT EVER" PO6S IT'LL HAVE TO GO'OM 6V WAO.RKKONIN6... THERE'LL-BB NO WHEEL ; TRACKS. LEFT T GUID& ME. 1 AND HlS-FRIEMDS DON'T -BE THEM w/iv DID vou GO AROUMD DID CoiiiiUiiR Mi.S:Cliiekun.s lly MERRILL BLOSSH •- •r''' •" — '•-'*-- .,..- — ,. ... .-. Fn 1 PR I ON & M01DEOOATS ANDTjtiMGS ,YOU couion'r AFFORD? . [ s TttAT I ANVBODV i AS A, I HERE- j GAG/ 4 WAMEO j ,_ SMITH ; CXDVOU -^. 2 THIWK CM r Vr-,r THAT ^^ RED RYDER "old ft, Duchess Hy FRED HARMA^ H?LO, RYDER f HOPE 1DU5E ^. ; | YEAH, SOT TINGS FKED UP FOR >V^I\^r Al?^.^'^: ."^-I\-IM<-n.i 'SO'DB I'LL SHOW DESE , COW HICKS HQV) VTHQHT. -\w,b\Dy.' MS JUST, filf« TMK • COSTGIT-1OLJR WASH TUBES ?BY liKSLlE -TURNER EA.CH.PILM SHOWS THE EVASIVE fctAWEUVERS OF THE PLAME UNDER ATTACK, I20O VABPSBEtOW, CAPTAIN EASY BEFORE.80MBS COULD FALL , THAT FAR;EACH PLANE MOVEP FORWARD OUT OF DAN6ER OF ' BOMBS' NOT UNDER CONTROL.', ALL'BUT TWO ALSO HAD SWUN6 ASIDE FROM UMOER. THEIR ' ATTACKERS: THOSE TWO WERE ' \ BLAZES I SEE' NUMBERS 3 AMO S... )WHWyoUMEAM! THE ONES EESTtoyEO'/THE 80M6 IS ' VERTICAL; BUT MOT HER BUOD1ES iiiil; Complications BY'EDGAR ^MARTIN \va\ CNS& \\ovo

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