The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 8, 1944
Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION 1944 Minimum 'charge ............. 1 ten* per \ ' per Per JOc M tix Una* l (topped before explr»tlon will &• charged for th» number of time* UM >d ippewed *nd «yu*tment of bill made. All OUallled AdrerU«ln« copy lUbtnltUd by penoni residing out- tide of the city must be tccom- pmled by cash. Rates may be eislly computed from tho above table. Advertising ordered for IrreguUi iDwrtloag takes the one time rtte No responsibility will be taken lor more Una one Incorrect lnwr- Uon of any classified ad. For Sale! Special sale of pure Pennsylvania Supreme Motor Oil. in drum lots only 52c per gallon. Montgomery Ward. 9-5-ek-9 Farm For Sale 300.acres near Parma, Mo Sandy loam bottom, on Gravel road and elcctricilv line. Address Mrs. L. E. Montgomery Walnut Lane Farm, Route No l Dexter, Missouri. 9-8-pk-lii Cafe and hotel or will selfTaTo' without hotel, very reasonable Phone 8, Lcachvllle, Ark. 9;8-pkl5 Fine registered Diiroc brood sow Ph. 2172 or CG8. Dr. Brewer. 9;s-pk-12 Set. of World Books Encyclopedia ' good condition. Phone 2900. 8;8-pk-12 | Double barrel L. C.~Smlih~s]iol'>un~ l.^Sa. 5 boxes shells. Phone 3957. " - 9;8-pk-12 For Sale Insulate your home now. Use Montgomery Ward Hock Wool mid pny nothing until December. Save fuel. 9,8-ok-ll ISloetric and Battery Radios. Hanlitway Appliance Co. !)-7-ch-7 40 A. land Sw Maullii. On gravel road. This place belongs to an insurance company which only requires {900 down—balance $1BO per year. Good farm land—has been sown In soybeans the past 2 years. Price $4500. for someone wanting a home, this Is the easiest 40 A. to own I know of, Hns •» room house, is mi in cultivation RIALES LAND CO. Russell E. Klftlbs GLENCOE HOTEL, /.'phone 464 : : <- 9;8-[)k-12 134 acres, with 40 acres timber. All under wire fence. One mile East of Stonewall, Ark. Known as the Hoffman farm. All level. Anyone interested write to L. A. SCRIVNER, Corning, Ark. 9-G-pk-G 0 new houses on W. Chicknsawba Ave. All arc now rented as duplexes, 3 rooms and bnlh to each apartment. Yon can easily convert Iliem to six room homes with 2 baths. $750 cash nnd $44 per month pays the principal, interest, taxes and insurance. Financed with PHA on low Interest rate. They won't last long—first conic, first served. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Ph. BG1. Eddie B. David, Salesman 9-7-ck-10 G room residence oji *', acre of ground on N. Franklin St. Price S2500. Possession today. ' H. C. Campbell, Ph. 2G41. 9 ( '8-pk-i2 12'jjole freezing cabinet. Will h"Vl 1000 Ibs. frozen food or 12 cans Ice cream. Cabinet only one year old. Temperature to 10 below zero Priced right. See at Osccola Pood Bank, Osceola, Ark. Piione C04. 9-5-pk-12 C rooms, bath. 3 room resilience in rear. Uents for $49 per month Price $2850, H. C. Campbell. 1st Natl. Bank -Bldg., 104 S. Second __Phone 2641. ^ 8-4-pk-ll I A choice 80 acre's of~Milligan Ridge land, 8 miles southwest of Maniia. Good house, one fourth niile of gravel road, -mall route, school bus and electricity, will make C50 pounds of lint cotton pel- acre this'year. Rents for $15 per acre cash. Price $135 per acre. $6,500 cash, balance long time loan at 5 per cent interest. If it's good soil and location yon want, see this one this week.R.-A. Ashabraimer, Manila, Ark. SjG-pk-13 Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, International and GMC pickup trucks. All are 1!)40 models, with good tires mechanically ,OK. Priced at the ceiling or less. BUFORD MAR- TCN, 114 w. Main, Ph. 555 . (l8<!6' lot next, to K. M. Larkin Service Station, 219 E. Main. 9-6-ck-9 All sizes in two different types of 1 tractor tires on display at Montgomery Ward's 9-5-ck-9 I Puc! will be scarce (his Winter—Buy a Warm Morning Heater and got more heat from less coal. We'll help you make application for a certificate. We have farm trailers on rubber. Lee Wilson & Co., Armorel, Ark. 8-23-ch-23 Two lots near American Legion Hut. James Coston, Osceola, Ark. 7-17-ck-9-17 Duplexes and houses," Chickasawba and Hearn Streets. Small down payment. Small PHA payments Available when vacant. Get on our waiting list. Call or write J , Scarcy, Arkansas. 8|16-pk-9]16 J Regulalion overseas mailing boxes. Sturdy wood con- slruclion. Planters Hardware Co., Inc. 8-16-lh-lC My home place with acreage, modern improvements. 2 miles South on Highway 61. Shown only bv appointment. Mrs. James B cinrk Phone 2798. 9;C-ck-13 | Seed rye, barley nnd~r7a(7 Top oii.ilily. I,." K. Ashcraff Co. Phone 493. 9-G-ch-G I Vagabond Trailer, good conditiorTs I practically new tires. Must sell nt I once. See "Doc" Dean, Phillips 66 ^Serv. Sta. _9 ( G-pk-l3 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS^ I We hnvc one .six foot display box- four beverage coolers, and a tew household boxes while they last All are reconditioned throughout JACK MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 210 E. Main St. 9jT-ck-21 FARMS FOR SALE 140 acres South of Clear Lake Farm; 40 acres timber and 100 acres in cultivation. Bale to bale and half acre land. Price $100 per acre. Good terms, 38 acres on Clear Lake road, about 4',J miles from Blytheville. 840 acres front' land, half cleared; 4 tenant houses. Price $35.75 pea- acre, half down. CO acres, 4'£ miles West of Holfaml, Mo. Good cypress land. Price $125 per acre. One 5 room house, store nnd good barn; all new. Plenty out build- •BLYTHEVILLE-(ARK;)' COURIER NEWS 'AUTHORESS HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured , ^ 4 , - author. 1*| 11 Space ' T 13 Poems : 14Era ;16 Be Indebted !17 Guarantee <sy«ibol> 3 Conduct ' •) F,il! behind $ Measure of • area C Negative 7 Cul grass 8 Plan .9 Tellurium ... 29 Solar body 'fy '(symbol) (symbol) ' 30 Paving.- A-'(47 Chair " 10 lligli school' substance 1 ft '49 [,ion '• < nb > '31 High cord "' 51 Tlirec"(prcfix) ij 15 Prmi measure 3-1 Dove's call -52 Till forbidden ., . MltiU|ion \. 35 Disencumber; (ab.) ', : i\ Ass-overate < n Prevent 38 Elderly • • / 53 Eayptlan 25 Exist 18 Nalivc metal 38 Dined ••-••' BUII god .2(i Anger 19 Born - ' 39 Female deer ' 34 Like — ' • 27 Spools 22 Vigor tOM.ile ofrspriii(j55 Compass point 3D Domesticated 2S Before 4<l Appear • (17 Musical note 32 Symbol fur 2-1 Colin- '-15 Preposition • 58 Symbol for >£ 28 Legislation -4« Sodium erbium -" : /S i! gold 33 Alternating current (ab ) 34 Coj'unet / 3? Peruses "V'J 41 Lubricant *'~' •12 Also 43 Chiini'os ' (coll.) 45 Stove part 47 Was observed 4'J Sprite •• , 56 Dined ' '" '. 52 Woolly planl 54 Any '56 Scarce ' 'i 59 She lias -' become a VERTICAL 1 Louisht;)!) (ab.) 2 Indium f& r 1 Help Wante* Rip saw operator for box shop work, steady employment. Apply Edward Akin, Bnrksdale Mfg. Co 200 N. Second St. 9]7-ck-ll Man to work at Gin. Don't apply un- Blylhcvlllc 9,'7-ck-lt less' willing to work. Gin Co. Painting nnd paper hanging, J. J3 Experienced coofca »nd w»ltre«es Apply Hotel Noble. 18-ck-tI Lost . - , _ gs On two lots, located 2 blocks Hamilton yellow gold pockctlvMch" 1 ' Groccry - price ncui ™ " ™»»««'»«*w J;»-pk-I2 Small house and two lots just off i gravel street, South of Nnbers' Store. Price $600. Shown by appointment only. P. FISHER 115 E. Davis LUTHER GRAY 120 E. Sycamore ; 9;8-pk-12 Jersey cow and 2 calves. South Franklin >/ t mile from City Limits. 9'iG-pk-9 Late model Zenith cabinet Radio set. Phone 413. ; 8|18-ck-tf Hunter attic fans. Galvanized ' roofing: Flashlights and .flashlight batteries- Htibbard Hardware Co. 8-15-ck-15 Two brick buildings; one 2 story and one building 50x40. Inquire at Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. 8|30-ck-9|30 FARMS FOR SALE All sizes, from 30 acres up. $25 per acre and up. See or write E. J. MURPHY Reni Estate Broker Advance, Mo. 8-25-pk-25 Man's black leather billfold lost several days ago. Papers valuable to owner. Return to Courier News. ^^__ _ _^_ Wanted To Rent 160 to 300 acres of hind with fair living facilities near Blytheville. Phone 2028, Doom 27. 9,'8-pk-12 2 or 3 room furnished apartment. 2 children in family, one school age J?honcJ!93J). ^ _9l2-pk-9 l)o£ Rejects Sermon BELLEPONTAfNE, O. .(UP). _ Mac, a 15-inoTith-old 'coclicr spau- icl. causes- not only trouble but "plenty of embarrassment" to his owner. Capt. E. C. Reed, of the New York Central naliroiul ptiiice here. Jrfac, who likes to iiop freight trains, recently accompanied his master to an outdoor vesper service where, after listening attentively to the music, he shook loose of his leash and trotted out wli;n the sermon began. Four room house located on large lot with garden. Three blocks from grade and high schools. Phone 3181. 8[25-pk-9|25 Cliow Line Defined LEMOORE, Cal. I UP)—The Le- moorc army nir fields publication "The Casual I chow line as "the men behind the men behind the men behind—" For Rent Bedroom, close Hearn. to bus line. 1513 9;8-pk-12 Bedroom with twin beds, gentlemen preferred. Mrs. Den Clunc, 622 w. Ash. Phone 500. Op-pk-12 Room in private home. Steam heat. Available today. Phone 2844. 9;8-ck-12 Bedroom. Phone 2037. Sjl-p'ic-ll Bedroom to gentleman, good location. Phone 2938. 9j7-pk-ll Large bedroom, kitchen privileges. 817 Chickasawba. Mrs. Myrtle Martin. 9j1-pk-li Two bedrooms. 314 N. Ninth. Mrs. W. L. Green. . 9|G-pk-13 T'yo 2 room apartments near Air Base, half mite south from first gate. Mrs. R. L. Maxwell. 9;6-pk-9 Bedrooms with kitchen privileges & maid service. Phone 2133. 9j5-ck-tf n cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; OHCN20 cu. ft. reach in refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with counter top: one 10 ft. meat display MSC. E. B. Gee Sales Co.. phone 2026. 8-12-ck-tf I Purebred registered Duroc bred cilts. Bred to outstanding boars for September liters. Prices are, reasonable. J. C. Buchanan, farm 2 1-2 miks W. on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 8-4-ch-8 For farm bargains In Southeast Jilta- l »purl writ* or ee« W. E. BU8TAJ'- OON, Farm Bates, Clarkton, Mo. 8-5-pk-8 300 acres farm land, good improvements for tenants. Located in Desha County, near Watson, Ark. .1, M. Buchanan, Box 587, Watson, Ark. 9;4-pk-I8 Office In IngMm Building. Inquire »t the Parkhunt Co. '• lt-30-cfc-tf HP RIALES LAND CO. Has t'ed Uai-k Ti> 1-QciUlon in DM Glencoe Hotel >'!>. «1 Unwell K. Klalrs 'PAG&* SEVEN- Riwches, li,its and Mice eliminated. Contrnol Mrvlce lu nest control Biddle Exterminatori Free Estimates. 115 8. Third - 1'fcone 2751 WE CIM, AU, DOCTOKB' PRESCRIPTIONS AND 8AVK YOU MON«t STEWART'S mi Try oar "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory inn Air*M fr.ra Services I hnvc no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and ecrvlce. H. C. CAMPBELL, .ph. 2041 8|28-l*-28 I'Vecmnn^Phonc 2431 8|22-pk-3j22 Home laundry done; 407~2^lst Mrs ^•^»_WpoUs % ^ _^ 8|ld-pk-0j;<i For Sale or Trade Team of farm horses for good tractor, will pay casli difference. Phone U27. 8-1-pk-lB Wante'd to Buy Hay.and Corn. Blytheville Grain and Elevator cs. 8j7-ck-H Will pay cash for |10,OOC worth of ijood nsed furnl tor*. Wadft Furnitar* Co. Will pay zoo per qoz. lor frtre coal bangers. Hudson Gleaner*. FOR SALE STORM SEWER All, RI7FH Cheaper Than Brldje lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phono 691 6<c«oU, Ark. :—i ^— If you want to buy more -War Boiuls SKI,!, US THE FUItNITllltl-: YOU ARK NOT USING, fur cilsli! Also liberal trade-in allowance for Observer" defines u old furniture on new. Alvin Hardy 301 E. Main Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business? — If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! Our wide experience in real estate nnd business qualifies us to give you better service. . TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone 8S1 Edrtie B. DaTifl, Salesman . We Have Buyers Waiting For Investments. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as during pre-war times! I'ut your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE—call us day, night or Sunday. * Belting * Belt Lace Steam Packing * Pi pe Fittings AH Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gummers Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blylhevllle 25 Years For Sale ,285 Acres of highly improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of lily- tlievillc- C. G. Smith Elmer VUL.CARmflG Tire * Tube Repair OitUo Beit JL*. * B . H wj. II ('•tmttlj with tniln An. ru.) Is your car standing idle much of the lime under gas rationing? Doos it cost you more to koep it in trim than it pays back < in transportation? Why not turn it info money-good money? ' Sell ft to us-and let some v. «•*> •**,!..« **•• .,,> ^ war worker have the oppor- tunity to get vitally needed transportation! BRING.. YOUR. CAR TO US ... TODAY! Chevrolet Co. HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops- Your Car Stops nH c - v advance warning. Guard against lost time ' l CUi ' 1K US chcck your battery now ' Tel. 453 the kind of .car you own we' can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR GO. .hisl Wlm( YBUTI , - GUZ '' 'T's ACCUI- HE'S IN ROUBLE U6TAK1V GUEST OF FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS And lie's Col One! MERRILL BLOSSBl OlU.WD. LET ME YOUf AFTER ALL THAT BUHD-IJP I n OUST OCCURRED To ME OME OF THE FIRST/ 1 LIKE WOMEN WITH SPIRIT; SHUTTER :—on, IF MV FACC HAD ONLY HOWM,ALLT)tlS WOULDN'T HAPPENED/ Furn. Co. Phone 230J By FRED BARMAN " (HlfAlS --- LITlue: , ARHO'3 BROTHER SOMETHW 1 DOh)T-' WHAT is IT YOU ti WASH TUBBS BY LESLIE TURNER - . 1 SUPPOSE THEV'RE ALL WERE FOUND ON [CLEARED OU AS A WEEK WUP.' THW ANSWERS BOOTS AND HRR BUODIRS BY EDGAR MARTIN MAMIE \MNb\Kit.'XWL CINsi WahutatSth

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