The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1944 · Page 5
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SATUHDAt, AUGUST 12, 1044 3DMH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION For Rent Bedroom, adjoining bntli or slinro the home. Phono 2480. will Smnll body shop, fully equipped, rent reasonable. See Lt S. Hart- zos, Hart's Bakery. 7-12-ck-19 Bedroom, adjoining bnth, with kitchen privileges if preferred. Work- Ing girls preferred. Phone 2103. 8-10-pk-14 Two bedrooms, convenient to bath. Phone 3325. 611 W. Main. 8-10pkl6 Dally rats p«f line tor consecutive Insertions; Minimum Charge Ma fcttnw per lino U« W-ltatH p« llr* per d«j Uo I time* per line per itj^ to I time* per line per d»r To 13 time* per line per d»j Bo 1 Month ptr line Wo Adi ordered for tare* or Hz Umet md stopped before expiration will be charged for th» number of tlmea the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Cludtled AdTertlalng copy lubmltUd by persona residing out- tide of the city must be accompanied by cash, Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken) for more than one Incorrect m»er- Truck driver, long time Job for mart Uon of »ny classified ad. wllo W!mls to work _ Pllone 2977. 8-10-i>k-14 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 8;8-pk-9|8 2 or 3 Furnished rooms. 914 Hcoin St. 8;1-pk-M Office In In|»m Building. Inquire »t the Parkhunt Oo. ., 11-80-ck-tt Help Wanted For Salt Riuilo, record player table model In carrying case; also, record player only. Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 8-12-pk-15 Experienced stenographer, age 25 to 30 by national corporation, essential business. Located in Bly- thevllle. Reply stating experience and expected salary. Box "13' Courier News.' '• 8j1-ck-14 Harley-Davldson 1938 model motorcycle. S. T. Freeman. Phone TO 8-10-ck-H One 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 20 cu. ft. reach in refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with counter top; one 10 ft. meat display case. E. B. Gee Sales Co,, . phone 202G. 8-12-ck-tf Experienced cooka and Apply Hotel Noble. Wante'd to Scotch Collie pups. Mrs. I. Morris, phone 2334, Highway 18 East, 8-ll-pk-15 103?' w. Ash. 8-12-ck-15 Milk goat. McOall, Phone 2436. Indian peaches at Andy Harsli- mim's farm, Tomato, Ark. $2.00 4j^^bel. Bring own basket or con- ffit&'lner. 3-ll-pk-14 1340 2-cloor Forcl, In extra good condition. Phone 2917. 8-10-pk-14 waltreuen l«-ck-tf NAVAL AIR GROUP *(i I'r.vlpu* PUMlf 55 Sloth 5Q Indian nrmy (ob,) 57 Wlnglikc port 58 Courteous 59 Beasts ot burden VERTICAL 1 Letter ol Greek alphabet 2 Mimic 3 Symbol (or Inntalum 4 Gems 5 ignited 0 Evergreen 7 Subjoin 0 Myself 9 Sea eagle inlet Due or (wo Imshols of lima beans. Phone 2325 or •!«1. 8-1.0-dh-tf Plat top desk and swivel chair. H. C. Campbell, phone 440. S-u-pk-15 2 burner electric stove, in good con- | HORIZOSTAI :' 1 Depicted is • inslgnc of •— • Squadron 31 I U. S. tiav.nl I aviation ; 6 Agriculturist ill Mineral soring J123.1416 :13 Within '14 Silkworm 15 Id cst (nb.) 15 Archetypes 20 Symbol for sodium 21-Com portion 22 Jt part O f , the insignia of I the U. S, = • Navy's nil 1 arm 10 Narrow 23 Greek lei tor 25 Stellar bodies 27 Gaseous / , \ element ^ j 30 Time gone by 31 Female horse :32 Type measure 33 Like :31 Girl's name :37 Animal skin :'3» Sag |41 Solicitudes ! 42 Gallon (ab.) :43 Manuscript I (ab.) 45 English account money 40 Cundlcpower (ab.) 45 Small state 51 Exclamation 53 Brazilian macaw 1C Portion A,/ 37 Peel 17 Palm lily ".1 38 Age 18 Electrical term 40 rokl of clolh 10 Plant part 41 Sen skeleton 21 Dance step 43 Parent 24 Collection pf <!•) Compass point sayings 46 HcdW cover 25 Expend 47 Golf teacher 20 More 19 I'rovui'ioution domesticated SO He indisposed 28 Papal cape 51 1'alm loaf 20 nails' homos Tfi 1'ospessos 35 Ship's record 54 Morindin dye 36 Bui den 57 Pavl of "bo" KUUUISM ••*• 15 (Utlon. Phone 247G. 8!8-ck-i; Hay and Corn. Blytheville Grain and Elevator Co. 8j7-ck-U Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. 6 Royal Brunswick pool tables; lul ly equipped. See W. H. Heath Phone 627, Blythevllle. 7|26-pk-8126 1941 Chevrolet heavy duty 1 1-2 ton truck. New tires. See- the Crafton Co., Blytheville, phone 659. _, 8-8-ck-tf Will pay Joe per aat. for wire coat hangers. Hu'dnoc Cleaners. Wanted To Kent Upright plnno, marTogany finish. See ov write Mrs. Dora Glpson, Rt. 2, Box 181, Steele, Mo. 8[9-pk-ld 800 bushels Feed and Seed Oats; Hay, Poultry. Grain find Dairy Feeds. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. Wanted to rent for a year or more —a 5 or C room modern house li good neighborhood. Or would buy if price were right. Plionc 2310 Miss Cordelia Wilhtte. 8|8-ck-l! Services Alterations, men and women. Mrs _jEdna Hires. Ph. 2649. 8-10-pk-l Former BAAF Instructor 817-ek-trifn B-29 Raids on Japan One 2-wheel trailer; new G ply tires with spare; license paid; new tarpaulin. Will carry over 2000 ibs. Price-$100. Can. be seen at Apt. 132, P. H. Q., BAAF Air Field. 8|8-pk-15 Mannequins and dress lorms. Apply at the New York Store. 8-4-ck-tf 5-rasm residence on Dongan St. jfiosc in. Modern. Price $2050. $825 "sli, balance $25 per mo. II. C. Campbell, phone 44Q. 8-8-pkl5 Maybe you couldn't find It because you didn't kf.ow where to go. Try Parkhurst, 107-109 E. Main, for some of the best of everything for the home. 8-5-ck-5 | Nice 0 room residence with 2 balhs. On Holly St. Price $3500 cash. II. C. Campbell. Phone 44S. 8-8-pk-15 Old-timers at Blythevllle Arm Air Field will remember Lieut Eddie E. W inkier, who served a a flying instructor at the loea post Into in 1942 and early in 194 leaving here for Hendricks Fielc Sebring, Florida, for training ii four-cngined planes. In its issue of August 7, "News week" magazine describes the H-2 1 raid. 1 ; over Japan, which were car •led out' from Chinese bases. Ap )arently Eddie is right in ther lunching, for he is mentioned a :o-pilot for the smiadron lender A. Col. James V. Edmundson, aiv lis log is said to show 2200 flyin lours up to now. I Purebred registered Duroc bred gills. Rred 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 | Improved SE Missouri farms. All sizes. Don't wait — buy now and get choice. Write your wants. Hardwlck Co., Sikeslon, Mo. ' 7|25-pk-25 commodes and pipe. Arlan' Yard. Phone 2890. 7|m-pk-8|17 I have no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 446. 7-26-pk-26 (Radios—battery and electric. Hardaway Appliance Co. 7-25-ch-25 25 Zfc 30 58 m 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 Famoru MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. It la reliable—an aid in treatment ol Arthritis. Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and many Intestinal disorders. It stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet CROSSTOWN Main & Division WHISKEY SHOP Blytheville, Ark.' Dn/y One State Senator PO//S To Be Ree/ected LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 12 (UP) - Jnofficinl vole tabulations froi Tuesday's Arkansas primary show :hat onl v one state senator was de- rented in his campaign lor renom- ination. S. L. Richardson of Walnut Ridge was defeated by Dr. J. E. Smith of Reno, chairman of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and former member of the Arkansas House of Representatives. 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 ' c/ * Steam Packing * Pipe Fittings & * All Size Pipe * Crane Valves i^ * Gin Saw Fifes and Gummers . Births, Deaths Decline LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 12 (UP) — The Arkansas Health Department says both birth and death rates in Arkansas declined during the first six months of 1944. Tlie department, says there were 17,000 births during the period — some 4000 less than in the corresponding period of 1943. Deaths during the first half of 1944 totaled more than GOOD, 1000 less than the lirsl six months of 1944. Tlie Health Department -says death due to influenza increased, while deaths caused by accidents, child birth and infant diseases decreased. I For farm bargains In Southeast MIs- 1 soiirl write or see W. E. 6USTAF- BON, Farm Sales, Clarkton, Mo. 8- 8-pk-8 s room house with bath; nlso, 3 room house and water connections. Mrs. Herb Thompson, 1005 W. Vine St. 7|21-pk-8j21 | Two lots near American Legion Hut. James Coston, Osceola, Ark. 7-17-ck-tt 122 Inch window fan blades. Build your own fan, Blythevllle. Machine Shop. Phone 2828. 6|23-cfc-tf Army Spreads 1). S. Culture WEST PLAINS, Mo. (UP) — A Missouri soldier, home on furlough after a year in aclive service, grinningly admitted to having helped spread American culture in the South Pacific. Cpl. William H Castnear said that teaching the natives children of South Pacific islands to sing "Pistol Packin' Mama" and "Mairzy Doats" helped the men of the U. S. Army Signal Corps to forget their homesickness. Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blythevllle 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 bettor service. TOM LITTLE REALTY GO rhonc 8G1 Ed'Ue B, David, Salesman We Have Buyers Wailing For Investments. OLIVER fAHM EQUIPMENT HARRISON AUTO PARTB 00, 517 W, Aih Phon* Z55Z II JU» Mill |» > B»n*» SF.IA US TH* rOU ARK NOT USING ret eaah! Alw liberal tn*e-la altowu** roc •M tvtUltn'ei »•*, AWn Hardy fir». C». "1 I Mall n«M DM flare B0% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S DrUK Stir* Main & Lake Phone 2822 Eighty per cent of nil plastics produced arc for war purposes. Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY THIS FALL Have tractors and farm implements overhauled and repaired NOW while parts can !>e 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. Spring and BnmrMr TUNB-UP I Save Gasoline . . . Sare | Tlws. Get All-round Better Performance I | T-1, SRAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Deafer Put* A Scrrle* Ul W. Aih 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 Ford Reconditioned Engine The only remedy lo worn cylinders, pistons and bcnrinfs. New Brakes, NOAV Steering Gear, New Paint and Body Repairs REPAIR YOUR FORD NOW. USE OUR FALL BUDGET PLAN. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. T«1.453 "Th« No. 1 Ford Repair Shop" Wnlnut at 5th. Benches, Huts and Mice eliminated. Contract lervlce In pent control Biddle Exterminators Free Estimates, 115 8. Third Phone Z7B1 WK Fttl, AM, DOCTOB8' PRESCRIPTIONS AND HAVE YOU HONIT STEWART'S Drig St»r e Main * Lakt PkiM RU Try onr "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn fnm Hlfh Seh»§l WINTERIZE with Attic-Insulation Monarch Metal Weatherstrlpping Storm Sash Fill Your Coal Bin Now E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Elntr VULCAMIZIRG Tire A Tube Repair CfttM Mt U. * •, «W7. (r.r»«rtj with Imtot Am rta.) Repair Your Car NOW- Use Our Convenient Payment Plan To Put It Info First Class Condition... Your present car will almost certainly have to last you another two or three years , .. Take care of it. A thorough overhaul and repair job now might save you many dollars and a lot of trouble later on ... It might 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 roll ing, too! We'll Make You An Estimate Free of Charge Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Blylhovillo OPEN DAY & NIGHT Phono 578 PRESCRIPTIONS FrMhMt Stock Guaranteed Beat DON EDWARDS Tk« CORONA, AMD KEUXNQTOH TTPlWRITMHa IHrby Drag Stores in H. tnd BURS*! (Kv«rj TraaiactloD . T HAMLIN BUT I WONT BE 1001 BAP Off IF I PfPN'T GET SA.NO IMPER . THE MOOD. VVEtLf THAT WAS QUITE A BLOW,' IT CERTAINLY WIPED OUT THOSE WHEEL TRACKS I WAS FOLl OWING.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS jj WELL, THAT& WHERE T vou UP THERE? DO vou THINK rw CRAZY? SOME KID fJAMEO LARD SMITH ORDERED A SPKIAU USED CAR AMD W£ FIMALLV PICKED ONE UP.' HE SOUNDED LIKE A KID OVER. THE PHONE — BUT HE SAID HE HAD OODLES OF GOLD MISTER., WOULD YOU GO UP TO "DIE TOP OF THAT MOUNTAIN To CATCH H/M ? YOU'LL FIND . LARp SMITH,' 1 COfFL 19*4 HY NEA SCRVICE. INC. T. U. BLG-U. S. PAT. Off. RED RYDER Work for All By FRED HARMAJJ AND "\1 HiMF TH'TICKET ' 5AIE 1 R£TURh5 TO ] 10CAL CH.\RITV.' )\ RED HErx COWBOY IS rt nOU5E NMO VIGW5 COMER5.miOR'HI56 ^ILL ££ A Q\<3 H.15HS, AN I SOT MINE-, CrtDOSE YOUR ONNTEtfl WHILE RED M WASH TUBES Another Problem BY LESLIE TURNER WE'VE PROVEO, X WOyLDMT PROPER EVAiil/e THEW,THAT THE \ TACTICS PREVENT OUR JAPS CAN PREVEUTl BOMBERS 8^IN6 HIT, THEIR BOMBS UNDER- OR PERHAPS... \i BL1T AT THE COSTOFCOM- PLET1M6THEIR MISSION EXACTLY! WE'VE 60T TO FlMPA 1 COUNTER-MEASURE THAT WON'T INTERFERE WITHOUROWN80M8IN6 ^ ACCURACy A8CVE THE TAi?6ETAREA COiLO PLAV HAVOC WHEW WEIEVEUDOFFFOR OUR 60MB RUN THE RKSHT OR LEFT UOOTS,AND HER BUDDIES __Whnt Is U? ~\S BY EDGAR MARTIN HEV,

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