The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1944 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I INFORMATION I Dally rat* r»r line lor connecutiTe sections; num Chwg» per Un» per line lio ,..« r WP«U«r.. ,.,•••• ••« Um»?Vw UM per dw.:.'.;... To Um»i p«r Lint per d«r. ,...,, lo ionto per line. ;T... 7... ..!... Mo ' ill entered for tbree or Hi time* ftopped before «rplr»tlon will \ charged lor th» number el timei *ppured and adjustment of _ OliMUled Adr»rtl*lc« «opy |bmltted by pentrai redding out- of the city must be mccorn- by cash. Rates may be easily mputed from the above table. . dvertiBlng ordered for Irregular wrtlons takes the one time r»te. No responsibility will be taken • more than one Incorrect Interim of any dauificd ad. For Sale ludically new Bm-rouelis adding liimchlnc; Imnd operated, and one Iboys liicycle. E. B. Gee Cotton Co •plioiic '2020. 8i31-ckl9j7 Iiblc top Florence oil stove7309 E |Kentucky. Piione 2350. 8j28-ck-9;4 inl heating stove. Good condition •No ceiiincatc needed. Bareain' 2330. 8-23-ek-9-l J lij). Cvliu-ude diitbonrcl motor and •factory built hull. El. R. Edineton [Hennondnle, Mo. a|28-j)k-915 lie 2 wheel cotton trailer; one~4 Tvlieel two bale trailer; one John •Deere water pump; two wagons D. n. Onrner, Armorel. 8|26-pk-Dj9 toom resjdence adjoining city llm- Tts. 200 ft. frontage on gravel road •Beautiful shade, i acre ground' For quick sale S'HSO. H. c. Camp-' K "ll,. phone «6. 8-28-pk-4 . duty electric motor Harry Weedman. Piione 2051. 8|25-pic-0|2 acres Black Sandy Loam "land •located 4)4 miles southwest of Charleston; 11 miles Sikcstpn, now being used for dnlry. Will produce tmy kind of crop. 2 large barns pew tool & blacksmith shop, all tlmls good outbuildings. 2 houses •1 9-room; all modern house, imrd- wood floors, beautiful kitchen (electricity' & butane gas. Young [orchard. Price $130.00 per acre. | acres Iknd southwest Dell; 3 hou- [ses, good barn. J. L. LEWIS Dell, Ark. 8126-pk-9|2 i Morning stove; also laundry 5tove : and tank. Used only one keasoi). Iron ted. mattress and . Phone 2984. 8|30-pk-9]2 FARMS FOR SALE ~ All -sizes, from 30 acres up. ~?25 per acre and up. : See oV write s-. •* • :•: B. J. MURPHY Real Estate Broker Advance, Mo. 8-35-pk-25 'RIC REPRIGERATOnS •e nave one six foot display box, •four beverage coolers, mid a tew household boxes while they last. All are reconditioned throughout JACK MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 216 E. Main St. 8|I9-ck-S|5 »ur room house located on large TOt with garden. Thre". blocks from nnd high schools. Phone 8j2a-pk-9j25 liplexes and houses, Chlckasawba fcnd Hearn Streets. Small down Iwyment. Small FHA payments. Available when vacant. Get on our waiting list. Call or write J. Jr. Cone, Searcy, Arkansas. 8]16-pk-9]16 po bu. Starks Delicious apples. $1.50 per bu. at orchard. Special [prices on truck loads. Willie Ear- full, Cherry Valley, Ark., Rt, 1. 8|2I-pk-9;4 fcgnlation overseas mailing S( ur ,jy WOO(I con . IslrfMion. Planters Hard- Iw.irc Co.. Inc. 8-16-lh-lG licl will lie scarce (his Win- Itcr—Buy a Warm Morning I Heater and get more heat Ifrom less coal. We'll help lyou niiike application for a •certificate. |We have farm trailers on [rubber. iLee Wifson & Co., Armorel • Ark - 8-23-ch-23 kmtcr attic fans. Galvan- lized roofing. Flashlights land flashlight batteries|Hubbard Hardware Co. 8-16-ck-I5 lie 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator •me 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with iountcr top: one 10 ft. meat dls- I)!ay case. E. B. Gee Sales Co., •ihone 2026. 8-12-ck-tf liybe you couldn't fifid it because Tou JjfJn't fci'.ow where to go. Try ArW.Wst, 107-109 E. Main, for lome'of the best of everything for • he home. 8-5-ck-5 hrebred registered Duroc Ihrcd Eilts. Bred to out- IstandinK boars for Septcm- Iber liters. Prices are reas- lonaUc. J. C. Buchanan, [farm 2 1-2 miles W. on |Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or J3335. - 8-4-ch-8 |r farm targalhs tn Southeast MlT- Tourl write or se« W. E. 00STAP- ON, Farm Sates, otakton, Mo. e-8-pk-S > tots nc&r American Legion Hut. p»mea Costcn, Osceols, Ark, 7-17-ck-tf Black evening dress with imported sequin Jacket. Size 12. Worn' one _tlmc. Ph. 3255. 9-l-|)k-5 Dresses, beds, mattresses & springs', rugs, chifferobe, chest of drawers. 401 N. 2nd St. • o-l-|)k-5 5 room house in good condition. Excellent location. Also furniture. Including Frlgldalre, circulating oil heater and electric range, Ph. 589, 9-l-pk-5 FARM LANDS FOR SALE: 1200 acres located 5 miles West of Hnyti, Mo., on Highway No. 84. Good land. Sufficient buildings. Will produce this year over 1 bale of cotton per acre. All In cultivation. Would accept twute-in oil this farm. PRICE $115.00 per acre. IflO-l acres located 8 miles from Kennett, MO, Excellent cypress loam land. Producing [>/• bales of cotton per acre and Co bu. of corn. Good Improvements. Electricity. Taxes about GOc per acre. On (snivel road. Terms 25% clown, balance In 5 equal installments. One of the finest pieces of land ever seen. Will have to go over the farm to appreciate It. All In cultivation, PRICE $110 per acre. 330 acres located G miles Southwest of Lllboiim, Mo. All cypress land. On good all-weather road. All In cultivation. Utltc River land. None tetter. Sufficient buildings. PRICE: $110 per acre. 1C3 acres located 5 miles Northeast of Maiden, Mo. a good houses. On gravel road. All in cultivation. Fine farm. PRICE; $110 per acre. The above'listed fnnns are exceptional values. Have many other farms of various sizes llsfed for sale. If interested in seeing a good farm, call for an appointment before coining. Office phone No. 02, Residence Phone No. 22. A. T. EARLS Lilbourn, Mo. 8-31-ck-3 For Sale BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Two wheel cotton trailer, good tires; new kodak; Masonic ring with six small diamonds and \1 jewel Elgin watch. Write Box UD </<• Courier Ncws ' S-l-pk-5 Pair of black mares, 6 yrs old weight MOO lus. each. Jim Dob Carroll, Holland, Mo. 8)31-pk-9|4 Two brick buildings; one 2 story nnd one building 50x40. Inquire at Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. B]30-cfc-9|30 1041 Harley motorcycle, fully •equipped, in first class condition. Will sell or trade. Phone OH. 8|30-ck-9[2 B. room house on ii acre of ground. On North Franklin St. $251)6. H C. Campbell, Phone 440. 8-28-pk<i Late model Zenith cabinet Radio set. Piione 473. fl|18-ck-tf Pair wagon scales, good as new. 15 or 20 tons loose alfalfa hay in barn. A. O. Little, phone 3345. 8i26-pk-0j2 Girl ror gcneraT office work Wrlle Box \v. H. % Courier News. '^^ B]31-ck-9i7 Settled elderly lady to live in-home and care for 2 children, while mother works. Salary in addition to room and board. Phone 480. 8[3l-pk-9;4 Man for weighing mid orricc~~work in cotton gin. Write Llox H. W. % Courier News. 8i31-cfc-9jl' Auto parts counter man, NAPA system, permanent job, liberal pay Aston Auto Park, Osceola, Ark. 8-30-ck-<j;D Soldier's wife, whose husband is overseas, to assist in house work good home. Phone 712. 8j29-ck-9'5 Experienced coota md Apply Hotel Noble. Wanted To Kent Two or three unfurnished rooms in home, or small house. Phone 2552 or 2180. S28--' Wanted to rent for a year or more —a 5 or 6 room modern house In good neighborhood. Or would buy H price were right. Phone 2318 Miss Cordelia Wilhlte. 8[8-ck-8 Wanted 3'or more room apartment. $5 re'' ward to person getting apartment Write Box A.R.L., % courier News. 9-l-pk-8 Services Lamly's Beauty Shop, 2003 W. Main St. Call 2349 for appointments All types of beauty work. Operators: Marie Hodery and Lanclys Rowletl. O-l-pk-8 I have no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 416. 8j28-pk-28 Painting nnd paper hanging. J. B Freeman, Phone 2434. 8i22-pk-0j22 Home laundry done; 407 21st. Lula Woods. 8116-p!c-9i;e | «i*b ACTRESS ,- ^ '1 '^Jlii|i|li|Pgl L _i iB^gisiilimgps »ud H A R R|SON M . U . B CO, BU W, Aih Phone 8S5! VKiniCAl, I Decay i! Age 3 liiblic.il pronoun 4 Verbal 5 Inferior GTalte out * ARK NOT DBINU tw Mlhl 22SIMI 41 WnliiiB Icuil 2,'i K<?m:ilr sticcp -12 Hulf Llll cm 24 Piece _ ( « Agnmsl •' -H tilOU 1 tc i lelln •>S Ddjj's fool •17 I'iirl ii) •!« I'uslry •)!! I'iiicl notices fil fiil MtMsin c uf (symbol) 9 Always 10 Man's n;imo 13 Lnnding sl>i|: tank (;it>) 1U I,imping 17 Karli (ub ) IB J'iii-1 of ship lilKilchen utensil i Ch.illi'Hce 2«Veml . 31 Trlegrai)!) (ab > 33 Wcai-y '34 Ilitih 3li A id 37 . 4(1 It; R«aclics, Itati and M| c , «Uml- uat«<l. Conlracl ttrvlct la onl canltol. • Biddle Exterminator* WR Tilt, AU< DOCTOR! PRESCRIPTIONS AND HAVB YOU MONIT STEWART'S Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM IIOHrZON'TAL .1 ', actress, . Miirjoric • 7 Despised 11 Native M ob- ^, v i Mm- \m\ 13 Fall boliuid * V Possesses H Virginia (ab.) 8 Silver !5T;m(alum (symbol) 1C Illegal 18 Males 19 Friend 20 Dine 21 Conflict 22480 sheds 24 Darue step 25 Possosseil J5 Exist 3d Ami (Latin) 32 Slu- is a lifi TaUiiliiiiun ' ..'l!t Froze/I water 311 Mule unimiit W Before 41 Vegetable ' 44 Lock ojK' 45 Evening 1 before 1C Flag 48 father 50 Palm lily 51 Light brown 52Thrcv li-oinl) form) 54 P<-i'init', b!) She uppo.'irs in mi'litm —=- For Kent. Bedroom. CIS Walnut. Phone 2037. 8130-pk-9j2 Bedroom, convenient to bath. 1513 Henrn. Close (o bus line. 8|2G-pk-9|2 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 8|8-pk-fl!8 OffiCB in Imram Building. Inquire »t the Pgrkhunt Co/- 11-30-cfc-tf For Sale or Trade Team of farm horses for good tractor. Will pay cash difference. Ph'onc 627. 9-l-))k-;5 Wanted to Buy Itolllnu Italllcsiiakc The sidewinder rntllcsnake 1ms a mode of locomotion especially adapted for travel in soft sum). The snake literally rolls along, will) Its body leaving disconnected S- shnpcd imprints in the sand. Sturdy table about six or eight feet long. Phone 2984. 8j24-pk-37 Wardrobe trunk. P;io:.e 2417. BJlQ-'ck-lf Hay and Corn. Blythcvlllc Grain and Elevator Co. n;7-i:fc-lf Will pay cash for >10,000 worth of good used furni- tnre. Wade Farnitnr* Co. Will pay'20o per aoK.'lor wire cost hangers. Hudson Cleener». 'Jobs Wanted Officer's wife desires job as typist, office clerk or cashier, o yrs. experience. Call 717. 8|3l)-pk-CI2 The sun Is nearest the earth in l!ie month ot January. Shoes are costly— have them renewed win-re '«• acting care combined with super_ lalivc wprk,man- shlp insure their being proptrly repaired. Every style of repair Is made here —RIGHT! HflLTCRS QJlflLIJY SHO€ SHOP >2I !W. MBHX ST. ' FALL PLANTING SEEDS WINTER WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY VETCH. Recleaned. High Purity and Germination. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES^GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as com- picte as during pre-war times! I'ut your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE— call us day, night or Sunday. * Belting * B e lt Lace Steam Packing * Pi pe Fittings All Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gummers For Sale 285 Acres of highly . improved land on Ilighwny fil four miles south of Uly- Ihcville. C. G. Smith < Elmer VULCANIZING Tire ft Tab* Rcyatr , Ocltwi B*lt BJL A E Bwr. H (F.m«rl, with End* Ai. rt».) You'll dp both yourself and your country a favor if youJJI^brm^thaHdl^car to us, so thoijrve^ccm"re-sell iUo'someone who is engaged irTessential'work'and who urgently^needs time fransporlation.' WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATIONl CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROSS WORKERS NE5D TRANSPORTATION! DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEE TRANSPORTATION! SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPQRfftTlONI Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Hubbard Hardware Co. Servlns Blythefllle 25 Years Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH IIS FOR SALE! ir wide experience In real estate and biislness qualifie is you better service. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone 861 Edd | e B navldi g We Have Bayers Walling For Investments. ALL NIGHT SERVICE NOW AI PHILLIPS Our Filling Station will remain open ail night (except Sunday) Standard Gasoline, Motor Oils, Tire Repairs and Wrecker Service Car Washing, Lubrication, Storage And Minor Mechanical Repairs PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Jel.453 "24 Hour Dependable Semca" Walnut at 5th riy V. T- HAMLIN SO PR. BROM50W HURTIE5 BACK THROHit! COUNTLESS CENTURIES WELL, MAVBE VOU'VE GOT SOMETHING., &oiw& BACK IWTO PREHISTORIC MOO TO GET HELP TO ResCUE OOP AMD OOOLA ... BUT IT STILL ADDS UP TO A MESS TO ME < ALL SET?? '• 1 SEP... 6i ve IT THE JUKE! mm&s FK§£KLES AND HIS FRfENDS Uy MERRILL BLOSSEl H Me, 1 SHE GOK AROUND IM A fOG AMD I'M GONNA FIND our WHY/ _ AREN'T YOU EVEN PATtlER, GOING TO COOK I THOSE THE POT ROASV ' ASIO ELIMINATE IT/JGOSH.MR.GRUBBLa, -J SOMETIMES YOU'RH' TeRRlBLY, • .^ IMPULSIVE ' \^- ; I DQNT KNOW iWHATS RESPOMStBlE ^FOB THiS NONSENSE BUT I'M GOIW& TO r~ SEMfATH ME NOW' ' TRACK DOWN CVCRV Dill! HURRY. BAT / otl I.SK> Trtl. ... .... DISGUISE DEfORE ' TICKET is By FRED HARMA^ ' YOU'D' ) 1G01 THOSE 5UEP|« '«3|riPlU.S INSTEAD i ffK^-t ^F RYDER-' THE SEVENTH ROLMD HMD MUSE.GRQGGV At^D RED FOR KNOCKOUT BIQW/ WHV 'EOH't HE fOLD UP.' THOSE FILLS GOTTA TAKE EFFECT Soort OR i>\ SUI^K. .' »Y LESLIE TURNER S . INASAXI, INVENTOR Of THE JAP VOOK WVENTWN WILL SAVE US FROM \^ . ( WHAT IS THIS?" WHY, YOU— you HAVE ETRAYED THE THE BOMBS OF XANKEE BARBARIANS!/ W3UR AMERICANS HAVE OUT WITTEP YOUR SUPER BOMB. AT MUSHIfiOHASBEEM BLASTED TO BITS! JAPAN IS AT YOUK FEET! aor>:',£; HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES IFc Gets Around I5Y EDfiAR MARTIN

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