The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
Page 7
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THURSDAY. AUGUST 31, lp .4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION [Dally rato per Uiio tor conaecuUra "~wrtionj: nlmum Charge ... ttme per Ua»...,, " " I ttniM per Uo» pw Onf....""^ f per lint per a»y.... i per Un» per d»y To i „—v* P» r Jm« P« d*y....... eo I Month per Un» Mo 1 Ad* entered for tores or a*, tiiaet '•"•itofptd before eiplr»tton will *»r«ed for Uv, number of tiaat I *ppewed ftod adjustment of I All OlMMUM AttTastUni oopy ttM by person* reeidlng out- ol the city miut be tccom- -led by cub. Ratea may be easily J&puted from the above table: I Advertising ordered for Irregulu bnrUoaa takes the one time rate. I No responsibility wffl be token •~ more tK&n one Incorrect later-i ot «ny C-MSI.IM Ml For Sale table top Florence oil stove. 3(19 E Kentucky, Phone 2350. 8|28-ck-fl;4 lonl licntlng stove. Good "condition 1 No certificate needed. Bargain' | Phono 2330. 8-29-.k-.-i 8 h.p. Evinrude outboard motc-Tami I factory built hull. H. n. Riington Hermomliilc, Mo. 8|29-pk-9i5 wheel cotton trailcTTone '^ I wheel two bale trailer; one Jolin Ipecre water pump; t wo wagons X n. Garner, Armorel. 8|28-pk-Qj9 • room residence adjoining city Hm- I Its. 200 ft, frontage on Gravel road. | Beautiful shade. I acre ground For quick sole $1-?50. H. C. Camp-' I bell, phone 8-28-pk-4 h.p. heavy duty electric motor | Harry Weedman.; Phone 2651. 8|25-pk-9|2 Biack Sandy Loam~lund 4K miles southwest of I Cluvrleston; 11 miles Slkcston, now I being used for dairy, will produce I any kind of crop. 2 large barns, Iiiew tool & blacksmith' shop, all • kinds good outbuildings. 2 houses II 9-room;'all modern house, hard- Iwood floors,' beautiful kitchen J electricity & butane gas Young • orchard. Price $130.00 per acre, V acres land southwest Dell; 3 lion- ises, good barn. J. L. LEWIS Dell, Ark. 8126-pk-9[2 iiburban home, 10 rooms, 2 acres I land. East of city. Price $4,000 |H. C. Campbell, 120 So. 2nd St. 8|25-pk-9]l FATtMS FOR SALE ' All sizes, from 30 acres up. $25 per nere and up. See or write E. J. MURPHY Real Estate Broker . Advance, Mo. For Sale Practically new Burroughs adding machine, hand Oiwiated, and one boys bicycle. E. B. Gee Cotton Co Phone 2026. , 8!31-cK19;i Warm Morning stove; nlso'lfttmdry stove and tank. Used only one season, iron bed. mattress and springs. Phone 2984. 8'30-pk-9'2 FARM LANDS FOR SALE: 1.200 acres located 5 miles West of Hayti, MO., on Highway No. 84 Good | a n d sufficient buildings will produce this year over 1 bale pf cotton per acre. All In cultivation. Would accept .trade-in 01 this farm. PRICE 5115.50 per acre 109-1 acres located 8 miles from Ken- nelt; Mo. Excellent cypress loam laud. Producing i \t. bales of col- ton per acre and GO bu. of corn Good Improvements. Electricity Taxes about COc pec acre. On gravel road. Terms 25% down, balance in 5 equal installments. One of the linesl pieces of land evei seen. Will have to go over the farm to appreciate it. All In ciil tlvatlon. PRICE 5110 per acre. •WO acres located 0 miles Southwest of Lilbourn, Mo. All cypress land. On gootl all-weather road. All In cultivation. Little River land None better. Sufficient buildings PRICE: $110 per acre. 163 acres located 5 miles Northeast of Maiden, Mo. 3 good houses. On gravel road. All in cultivation Fine farm. PRICE: $110 per acre. The above listed farms are exceptional values. Have many oilier farms of various sizes listed for sale. If interested in seeing a good farm, call for an appointment before coming. Office phone No. C2, Residence Phone No. 22. A, T. EARLS ' • Lilbourn, Mo. 8-31-ck-3 Bale* »nd B.r?l«s HARRISON CO. I'hon. Pair of black mares, B yrs old weight 1400 Ibs. each. Jim Bob Carrell, Holland, Mo. 8j31-]>k-o;. Two brick buildings; one 2 story and one building 50x40. Inquire at Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. _______ 8130-ck-9|30 |ELECTE:C REFRIGERATORS |e have one six foot display box' I four beverage coolers, and a lew • household boxes while they last •A" "M reconditioned throughout Tyt-CK. MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 216 E. Main St. ; 8jl9-ck-9|5 liur room home located on large • lot with garden. Three blocks from •grade and high schools Phone • 3IB1 - - 8125-pk-9l25 1941 Harley motorcycle, fully equipped, in first class condition Will sell or trade. Phone 614. 8|30-ck-9|2 Wood. D. G. Flowers, 5 miles west ofGosnell. 8|25-pk-flll > room house on -8 acre of ground On North Franklin St. $2500. H. C. Campbell, Phone 446. 8-28-pk4 Late model Zenith cabinet Radio set. Phone 473. 8|18-ck-tl Pair wagon scales, good as new. 15 or 20 tons loose alfalfa hay in barn. A. G. Little, phone 3345. _•, 812_-pk-912 7-room residence, modern 3 acres land, adjoining city limits. Highway 18 Southwest. Price $4,500. H. C. Campbell. Phone 446. : _8|25-pk-9|l Help Wanted Jiplexes and houses, Chickasawba •and Hearn Streets. Small down •payment. Small PHA payments •Available when vacant. Get on ir waiting list. Call or write J. Cone, Searcy, Arkansas. 8|l.-pk-9|lC bu. Storks Delicious apples. B1.50 per bu. at orchard. Special (prices on truck loads. Willie Har- fan, Cherry Valley, Ark., Rt. 1. 8121-pk-Slj bgulation overseas mailing 1 boxes. Sturdy wood con- Isirnction. Planters Hard- Iwarc Co., Inc. 8-16-lh-16 liel TtjJl he scarce this AVin- ltcr« a Warm Morning jHciUcr and get more heat Ifrom less coal. We'll help •you make application for a •certificate. •We have farm trailers on •rubber. ll.ce Wilson & Co., Armorel, 8-23-ch-23 bushels Fteed an d Seed Oats; y- p ™ lt .y. Grain and Dairy freeds. BlyOiEvllle Grain and El- ;vator c °- B|7-ck-tf mlcr attic fans7~Gal^r7- •i/ed roofing. Flashlights land flashlight batteries' |Hubbard Hardware Co. 8-16-ck-15 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator' |ne 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with •ounter top; one 10 ft. meat dis- )1 ay case. E. B. Gee Sales Co I'lione 2026. 8-12-ck-tf Girl -tOTi general office work. Write Box w. H, % Courier News. •; 8|31 -ek-9J7 Settled elderly lady to. live IrThome and care for 2 children, while mother works. Salary in addition to room and board. Phone 480 Man for weighing and office work in cotton gin. Write Box H. w % Courier News. 8j31-ck-9]7 Auto parts counter man, NAPA system, permanent job, liberal pay Aston Auto Parts, Osceola, Ark. • 8130-ck-9|6 MEN OR WOMEN—If you "want to benefit fully of improved conditions, write immediately for full information on how to establish a profitable Rawleigh Route. You will be surprised to know about big results secured by others. No selling experience necessary to start. No capital required. Golden opportunity to build up solid business. Rawleigh's, Dept. AKH-27- 143, Memphis, Tenn. 8-31-pklti 0 Bono lit Sou _;„.. - 11 Type of mo 12 Exisl H Kirsl womii. IGObo.c -SAflornoon • (:ib.) •' '20 Swiss river ; 22 Air raid . a I onus '' 23 I'roviin.aic 24 Mistily 2C Rclains " 28 Sink, wnli llH- H]K'|] hill .•a KO Spain (.ili ) Ifl Syinlui] for lanlnluin • •' 3. Sicilian /fljf vok'iinu 37 Hindu quitr 39 Sleeping visiun 40 Bill.r vi-idi •II Plum -•I Silkworm 41 VVriliinj ntiid 4!) Delii'eri-d (si!)-) ' ' 50 Symbol for; iritlium 51 CiiTs ri9jnc 54 Bubj'lmiiau '• 5li Stum-mi VE1IT10..I. 1 Thus 2 liinpluy 3 Fool | •1 Sunix •> Hnyul Navy rifihl '$.. 'I I .oust* ogg Jf. 8 Airomplish 12Sal.hcls 13 Title of ' ' iidliilily I."i Tun f 17 Imiuiic usiiKiiioi's iii)|j|d))wil i'J Disoidcr 21 Motives ptirograph 23 Heir « Prevunralur r t 2r>Fi-mi; -iGSUiii : 27 Oilier 48 Cognizanc, • J2H. i. lighting 50 »c stu- .'(, to make man-., ( in (he, hind . sotilliwest ' 3'J lluaf partcllcs I'iieifif J ;l5S)]ilii'navd 52 Ream (ao ) 1 MAm.jlii * 53 Myself • 38 East (Ki ) ' 55 Symbol lor ; .'W l.ciiv'liiitini silver ' sen, vs tut, ARB NOT BttWO I- Wi r-i^ 1 •"*"«" ^toiWM. (cc •U fwvltwt'u *••», H«Hy Tin. Co. ss it, For Rent Front bedroom with private entrance. 209 w. Kentucky. Apply after 6 p.m. 8i29-pk-9U Bedroom. CIS Wnlnut. Phone 2037. Bedroom, convenient to bath. 1513 Honrn. Close to bus line. 8|2_-pk-!)j2 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins.. 8|8-pk-9|8 Office In Intwrn Bulldine. Inqulri- «t the Paikhurit Co." 11-M-ek-tf Wanted To Rent Two or three- unfurnished rooms in home, or small house. FJicne 2552 or 2180. SB-ck-D Wanted to rent for a year or more —a 5 or 6 room modern house. In good neighborhood. Or would buy If price were right. Phone 2318 Miss Cordelia Wilhite. 8]8-ck-8 'Jobs Wanted Officer's wife desires job ns typist, office clerk or cashier. 9 yrs. experience. Call ;m. 8130-pk-D|2 ~ The'Tun is"iiearest Hie earth in ''M jiiontli of January. , .-, Wante'd to Buy Sturdy table about six or eight leet long. Phone 2984. • 8l24-i>k-27 Wardrobe trunk. Phone 2411. 8|I9-ck-tf Hay nnd Corn. Blythcville Grnln and Elcvntor Co. aj7-ck-lf Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good os«d furnf. tore. Wade Furnitnr* Co. WUl pay 200 per QOI. for wire coat Hangers. Hudsoc Ole&nera. Shoes are easily— have them renewed where exacting care combined with super, lalive workman- thelr helnj properly U made here HflLT€RS QUflUTY SW0€ SHOP • :!»•!.• W. MAIN ST. ship Ensure repaired. FALL PLANTING SEEDS WINTER WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY VETCH. Recleaned. f High Purity and Germination. Blylheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main. Soldier's wife, whose husband is overseas, to a.ssist in house work good home. Phone 712. 812D-ck-9|5 Boy to work in shop and drive truck. Flower Shop, Glencoe Hotel. 8|29-ck-911 Experienced coots *nd waltawes _APply Hotel Noble. 16 -ek-tf Personal yw jou wouldn't find It because (•on 'jMn't ki'.ow where to BO. Try -. 107-109 E. Main, for •ome Of the best of everything for |he Home.' 8-5-ck-5 Irebred registered Di.roc |brcd (rflfa. Bred to outstanding boars for September liters. Prices are reas- lonable. J. C. Buchanan, •farm 2 1-2 miles W. on |Hwy. 18. phone 578 or "3335. 8 . 4 . ch . 8 turn bargains In Southeast M.I- Psnn Sales, oiarkton, Mo. B-8-pk-S _ 1 J American Legion Hut. Coaton, Osceola, Ark. 7-IT-ck-W MEN, WOMEN! OLD AT .0, 50, 60! Want to feel peppy, years younp- er? Oslrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking iron; also contain vitamin Bl, calcium. Trial size only 35c. At all drugglsts-in Blytheville, at Kirby Drug. 8i29-ck-l Services I have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. O. CAMPBELL,, Ph. 446. S128-pk-28 Painting and paper hanging. J B Freeman, Phone 2434. ' ' 8j22-pk-9j22 Home laundry done; 407 21st Mrs Lula Woods. 8]16-pk-9jl6 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair part* are as complete as during pre-war times! Put your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WE GIVE SERVICED" is day, night or Sunday. us * * Belt Lace * /, e ,T Packm 9 * Pipe Fittings All Srze Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gummerj Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving: BlythcviUc 25 Tears Do You Won. To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! Si SI'bSS'SSU" '"" •"* •" '»'"« ""»««« »• TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone Ml Eddie B. David, Salesman We Have Buyers Walling For Investmenls. _ «nd mice Biddle Externtinaton Frw E«tlm»t«. 115 B. Third rhonez.51 WK FILL ALL UOCTOKI' PRESCRIPTIONS WB BATE TOD MON S T E W A R T' S Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn fr, m For Sale 285 Acres of highly improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of 15]y. ifieville- C G. Smith Elmer VUlCAH.ZiHG Tire ft Tabe Repair iMtM RU; «jt a § „ „ (r«rw.rij with Enjler Am. rta.) You'll dp both yourself and your country a favor if;V°uJIJ»ini?fhertJjdlejwr to us, so tharwe^anTe-sell itJ?someone who is engaged inessential tvork and who urgently'needs dependable time transportation; WAR WORKERS NEID TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DtFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROSS WORKERS NttD TRANSPORTATION! DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. . L.. ' . ' '* ALL NIGHT SERVICE NOW AT PHILLIPS Our Filling Station will remain open all night (except Sunday) Standard Gasoline, Motor Oils. Tire Repairs and Wrecker Service Car Washing, Lubrication, Storage And Minnr MPA..J..I p^.;.. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 "24 Hour Dependable Service" Walnut at 5th )usL a J'opjfiin, A DIM By V. T. UAMLIN NOW HO.D ON THERE-/' WHAT CCU<0 . LET'S BE REALISTIC.' / WU HOPETO I AFTER AH W5S, /ACCOMP°I?H B° S VOWe. cfernur. / ^OURSEU=? AND I KNOW OF NO I .CftXT STANR, „.„ OF THIS/ TURN \ ftLOMSTN THE Tlt.(£- WCHINE ELBERT...IM GCIN6 BACK INTO 9tO B.C. AKD HUNT FOR THOSE TWO KIDS JVWSELF ONE WHO COULD HELP VOL).' THEV'O RUN INTO IN KINS SOLOMON'S TIME,' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MB Doesn't Get It Gef l; iTs GOOD KHl'RE HOMP., SlS:i POP A!Its I 6OT TlREii EATlN 1 IN PESTAURANTS; _ARE Vou SUGQESTIN© niAT L SPOIL THE BEAUT/ 1 OF MV EXPRFSStVE HANDS BV DOING KITCHEN TASKS 1 f-OOR. ONeNl.f<SHTEN5D HAVe CHILD/ VDO'WE NEVER. KNOWri/ YOU OF ARTISHC GONE- jBy FRED H ARMAS CLANG .''THE (.til RINGS ! THE FIRST ROLWD Of IGHT.WITH MOUSE THOSE'SLEEPING'Pll'LS EFftCI ' ON HlOV , ,RED RYDER.'I/ ciuly for the 1'avofl .Lu^^.c-n^/J THEY'RE 6ETTIWGW ; RAN6E OfOUK 6UNS THIS TIME- _ THIS HERE'S \ ONE'S FflR CUE FOR J BON(JV! WIIEV! J500TS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN TOBE ARE 60NE

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