The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 14, 1944
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MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 19 CLASSIFIED [ADVERTISING INFORMATION lly rat* pw Ua» tor consecutiTe lilmum Charge ... ........... NO Ima p»r Una,.. .......... ,....!*• JPv toe per d«7 ......... to ; »r Une p« d» y ..... ,.. 70 l>er UM per d»y ....... to llonth per line ................ Wo |4> ordered for three or §U time* It itopptd before expiration will ged tor tht number ol times »ppe«ed md *djuataent of I made, 111 Cl&sslfled AdTerttalng copy ImltUd by peraoxu residing out- I) of (be city most bo tccom- liled by cash. Rates may be easily liputttl from the above table. l-dvcrtlslng ordered Jor lrregul«r lirtlonji tates the one time rate. |o responsibility will be taken I more than one Incorrect tnwr- l> of uiy clarified td. ----- «vw~~~^v^w~~. for Sal*. .qn*i BOUIDU For Rent Beilrooiii, adjoining bath or will share Iho home. Phone 2480. 8-ll-pk-15 Small body shop, fully equipped, rent reasonable. See L. S, Havt- w%, Hurt's Bnkery. 7-12-ck-19 Two bedrooms, convenient to bath. Phone 3325. en w. Main. 8-10pklO Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 8]8-))k-9;s Office la Ingnun Building. Inquire Experienced cooks »nd waitress, U-ck-U Wanted to 'Buy I Ho, record player table model in lorrying case; also, record phiyer |nly. Radio Hospital, 201 W. Asli. 8-l2-pk-15 I: Indian 45 motorcycle, heavy •read 4-i>ly pre-war tires, motor I.i good condition and good paint- lever been wrecked. Owner in ar- Iiy. Sec Thomasson Shoe Shop fcjiruthersville, Mo,, after 0:00 u m' •'hone 135. For quick cash sale I500.TO. 8114-pk-lT ; 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator Ine 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. Ijeverago cooler with •ounter top; one 10 ft. meat ilis- llay case. E. D. Gee Sales Co Ihonej026. B-12-ek-tf j-oom house; t able "tojTNeV Per" •i'ctlpn stove, electric refrigerator • nd other furnishings, at 129 E |)avl.s. Priced right for tiuick sale. 8-U-pk-n JitcliCollie pups. Mrs. I.~Morrfs" |hr«£j334, Highway 18 East. I •'. 8-ll-pk-15 Hay and Corn. Ulythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 817-ck-tf ik goat. McCall, 1037 W. Ash Thoue Z43C. 8-12-ck- IS lloyal Brunswick pool tables;~fui ly equipped.. See w. H. Heath |'hone 627, Blythevllle. 7|26-pk-812C II Chevrolet heavy duty 1 1-2 ton • ruck. New tires. See the Crafton l.'o., Blytlieville, phone 559. e-S-ck-tf Irlght piano, mahogany finish. See IT write Mrs. Dora Gipson, IU 2 fox 181, Steele, Mo. 8[9-pk-10 bushels Peed ana Seed Oats; llay, Poultry, Grain and Dairy feeds. Blythevllle Grain and El• vator Co. 8)7-ck-tf le 2-\vlieel trailer; new G ply tires filth spare; license paid; new tar- •>aulin. Will carry over 2000 Ibs I'rlce $100. Can be seen at Apt 132, P. H. Q., BAAF Air Field. Jnnequlns and dress forms. Ap- |)ly al the New York Store. 8-4-ck-tf •oom-j-residcnce on Dougan St. ia. Modern. Price S2G50.'$825 ash, balance $25 per mo. H. C ;ampbcll, phone 446. 8-8-pkl5 liybe you couldn't find It because 'ou didn't ki-.ow where to go. Try l j arkhurst, 101-109 E. Main, for lome of the btst of everything for |he home. 8-5-ck-5 l:c 6 room residence with 2 baths |3n Holly St. Prfce $3500 cash |l. C. Campbell. Phone 440. 8-8-pk-15 lircbred registered Duroc •bred gilts. Ured to out- Islanding boars for September liters. Prices arc reas- lonable. J. C. Buchanan, •farm 21-2 miles W. on |H\vy. 18. Phone 578 or 13335. 8-4-ch-8 •proved SE Missouri farms. All I.Izes. Don't wait—buy now and |;et choice. Write your wants. Co., Slkeston, Mo. • 7|25-pk-25 •iks^wmmodes and pipe. Arlan's |lunk Tard. Phone 2890. 7jll7-pk-8|17 I have no sidelines.— •EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 446. 7-2S-pk-25 Idios—-battery and cleclTicT |Hardaway Applinnce Co. 7-25-ch-25 r farm bargains In Southeast Mls- lourl write or see W. E. etJSTAF- |10N, Farm Balas, Clarkton, Mo. 6-8-pk-8 jom liouse wllh bath; also 3 loom house and water connec- Ilons. Mrs. Herb Thompson I60 r i |V. Vine St. 7|2l-pk-8j21 • — J-o lots near American Legion Hut fames Coston, Osceola, Ark. 7-17-ck-tf Inch window fan blades. Build ••our own fan. Blythevllle Ma- Ihlne Shop. Phone 2828. 6|23-ck-tf —-• .vDiDie Slops Bullet JlFFlN, O. (UP) _ PFC. Homer |xion' owes his life to n Bible .was given him by his sister, Ise. He was carrying the Bible Jen he landed on the Normandy •ich. A bullet embedded itself in 1 book, but Saxlon escaped \vith- J. a scratch. He told of the cxpe- I»ce in a letter to his parents, and Mrs. Wilbur Saxlon. Bfl% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S D r a t S I • r « |f«In & I^ke Phone 282Z One or two bushels of jjrcon lima beans. Phone 2325 or 'N>1. 8-10-dIi-tf Plat top desk and swivel chair. H. C, Campbell, phono 440. 8-B-pk-l5 2 burner electric stove, In good condition. Phone 24VC. 8;8-ck-15 Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good nsed furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 2oo per aoz. lor wire coat hangers. Hudsop Cleaners. Wanted To Jlent Wanted to rent for a year or more —a 5 or 6 room modem house in good neighborhood. Or would buy if price were right. Phone 231C. Miss Cordelia Wilhllc. 8'8-ck-8 Wanted Will pay cash far n small farm In •Mississippi or Pemlscol county. Give location and price In first letter: also if electricity is available. Write Box D. F. 13. % Cour- Jci^Nem^ J]U-pk-17 Hold Everything i "It'll take too long to empty j 'everything into my new purse— i j I'll just put the old one right I . in it!" i Ex-Sold ier'Tleld" \ Joseph Poslori, above, medically f discharged soldier, is shown as : he was held in Chicago as al: logcd blackmailer of al least 12 ' Juliet, III., wives ol overseas ; servicemen. Women charge he [ threatened lo expose their "in- discrelions," and say his silence ' was bought with clothing, jew- _ ..'--dry and cash, - — ~', Spring and gammer TUNE-UP Save Gasoline . . . S«T« Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T L SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer P»rtf * Service Ul W. Alh Ph«n« lltz An«'\Vcr "lo 1' r f'vj a in p u.ili I HORIZONTAL 1,8 Pictured wnlcr II Steal I 4Finislifs ^ 5 Negative *'£. 0 Black bivil -J . f 7IVizice '^ 13 InUiim tribe $ SPiutklcsot i HCoy 4* dirt //. 18 Lubricants W n Near ^^M| 18 Opera (ab.) JO Biblical •jSlgl 20 Wireless ^13 PeiVaining to SOTypcmcasurcs pronoun ^B5 28 Tivislcd '4p (/. air (iireftx) 21 Court order 15 So be it! SgSg SO Huge tub fli?'44 I'rofirain 22 Father <,, /(! n Existence aG 33 Sail '* « Friends 24 Daub «,-&•• IBUmisuiil " •• 34 Etniscon lille 4fiKool 26 Decay • a '^ 19 Standard of 35 Painful , 50 Upon 27 Die by sinking value 30 Mole deer >$' fll Musical note '• In water . 22 Seed container 37 Laboratory 4 yi id cst (nb ) i 20 Escape *,'•• 23 Dined (oh.) $ 5 5 Electrical - i SlRai.lroiid (ab.)25Cr.vstnlline 38 Attempt *>*? niKtnper (ab ' 32 Paid notice salt 42 Weedy plant 56 Like • 33 One or Broadway's was based on )iis book :,,,.,. 36 Crutch vM i ,$'' 1 39 Loose ^<P.'*J 40 Rowing stick 41 Year (ab.) •12 Snare ^<< 45 Tablet Mi 47 Per "-^M 48 Stagger ssjtf •10 Past -^ 50 Native melal 52 Train track ; 54 Meadow » rt 57 Bom ^ -fe 58 Hj^drous gj; ! silicates 4,-;, • VEHTICArj 1 Credit (ab.) 2 Behold! , 3 Capable > m sTl 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 flte million American Homes have ordered the Famons MOUNTAIN' VALLEY MINERAL WATER From HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS. II is reliable—an aid In treatment of Arthritic Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and many Intcttinal disorders It stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free Jieallli booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & IMvision Blythevllle, Ark. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as (turing pre-war times! I'ui, your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WK GIVE SEKVICK—call ua day, night or Sunday. * Belt '"9 * Belr Lace (?' Steam Packing * Pi pe Fittings / ., All Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gumrneri Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blythcville 25 Years Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business? — If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone Ml Eddie B. n.ivl.l, Salesman We Have Buyers Wnitlnf For Inveslments. Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY THIS FALL Have tracfors and farm implements overhauled and repaired NOW while parts can )>e secured and our shops can do (he work • . . DON'T WAIT FOR THF RUSH SEASON. We'll take fall billing on the charges. Delta implements, Inc. All NIGHT SERVICE NOW AT PHILLIPS Beginning af once our Filling Station will remain open all night (except Sunday) under the charge of our efficient operator, C. A. Smith. Standard Gasoline, Motor Oils, Tire Repairs and Wrecker Service Car Washing, Lubrication, Storage And Minor Mechanical Repairs PHILLIPS MOTOR GO. Tel. 453 "24 Hour Dependable Service" Walnut at 5ti« OLIVER fARM eqCIFMENT B»l<« »nd BenrlM HARRISON 5HW* U - T? rARTB C0> /•• W.ot I. » g*tub SELL D8 THK VOU ARE NUT B81NQ t«r Abe llhenl Irtle-ln KUrawiM f« Ml fWBltvft. m,,r^" W AMn Hwdy Ftn. C«. m K. M.IO n n» nu Koaches, luia unit Mice ellml- us(«l. Coulracl lervlec lu veii control Biddle Exterminators Frco Eslliualcs. US 8, Third rUoiw 2751 WE F1I.L AU, nOCTOKB 1 PRESCRIPTIONS AND BAVB YOU HONEI STEWART'S Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn A«r*a fr.ra Illih WINTERIZE with ' Attic-Insulation ,. Monarch Metal Wcatherstrippirig Storm Sash Fill Your Coo/ Bin Now E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Elmer yULCAKIZIRG Tire * Tube Repcrr CfetUn Bell EJL * t. Hwy. H (r«r»ttlj with Repair Your Car NOW Use Our Convenient Payment Plan To Put It Into First Class Condition... Your present car will a I most 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 rolling, too! We'll Make You An Estimate Free of Charge Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Blythcvillo OPEN DAY & NIGHT Phono 578 PRESCRIPTIONS Frtiheit Stock Guaranteed Beet PricM Kirby Drug Stores ALLEY OO DON EDWARDS Tk« Tjfmnttw M»»- mrm, POBOHA, AND RKMINQTOS TTFIWHITnUI in H. K« Brnnrr >(Mr»rr Treutetiaa Hurt 84 paoira no WHERE IS OOP? L tA5t.SEEN IN O'lO B.C. rtf=EW WLES EAST OF EZIQN-6E8ER. 61VEN UP FOR L05T-HIS COMPANIONS RErySN- EO TO 1HE aW I CENTURY HTER/WNED TO MEJ; eoy FRIEND. Sfr OUT flLcwir, TO WAIT FOR KX BUOH- SON VVHO WAS INJURED IN BOOM'S COVMRDI.V FLIGMt FRECKLES AND HIS FIUENDS ' r ~\ r i -\\a-f . Bur YOU HAD A MERVF UNO A 8IG CAR YOU TOOK L&RO' L ^-"- ; Bk COL "- D N'T PAY FOR; „ WHEW HIS' 'GOLD" BUBBLE "HJRSL If LEFr HIM IN TIIE EMBARK A.SSIN& POSITION OH |»1S>2~'J EXPUMNING WW '" L< " - ' HE COULDN'T PAY FOR A LUXURIOUS USED CAR HE OP,MRED IN A M&MEMT OF FALSELY ASSUMED AFRUBJCE--. Up Ilou«olcct'j)lnt' By V. T- H.4.MLIN MY $Mf!5, nwr PID THIM65 TO TUB (.ANKCAI'E/ flOW X 70 WJBlV WAT LITIIC HliL 5CWBODYS TENT' 'DONT Wl)KRy.. OIVE ME A BUZZ (N ft FFW PAYS, Good InlcnlioiiH \ Hy MERRILL BLOSSKj IF You^e GOWWA TACK THAT WAV i'lLCAHCEUHe SAPPHIRE MECk- ' UCE I OROEUBD RiR YOU ? 7 Mieostf, LARO-- \ LARD FIRST A MOTOR.- / SMITH,YOU BOAT - • -WE M A f OUGHT TO HAVE- vouc. HEAD . F.XAWINEO/ By PRED HARMAHi 10U GONK'A rIGHT ^\OU^E ARN'O A&\IH RED.- 1 nX)Nf 1HIMK60 GIVE SCYlEEODY ELSE A CHANCE L GDI TICKETS PRIMED FOR f\Y SHOW, RED/ YOUSE SELl SXi HAIF WTICKEI WASKTUBBS BY LESLIE TURNER SWALL OriPiNCE O' CAP- " TURIM6 ONE SOOH, SIMCE IT'S A DEFENSIVE WEAPON USED OWW 1W EWEMV TERRVTORy MIGHT NOT HELP MUCH IFlVE DID... fcXCEP , > ~.-. >..'. ^.uvuv >-vr<iKUl.,m^?<Cb NULII^ NSW (N THEIS 80M8. WE'RE PUILPIHS A MODEU / TO HELP IN 4?"5 J^J^L^^^- ,PRWC»>LES.,T«EH ANY WAY I eWGTH USED 8V THE APS IN CONTROLLING HEIR PLANE-TO-FIANE BOMB, COULDN'T WE PESTROV THEIR. CONTROL OVER IT * THE WAVE-LENSTH IF NECESSARV .. WE CAN TEST METHODS OF DEALING WITH |f HOOTS AND HP}R BUDDIES Look Who's Hei-c BY EDGAR MARTIN

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