The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 13, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,. 1944.,! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rale per line lor consecutive Insertions: •Minimum Charge 50c •i tlmo per Hue ,'l6o ! tlmis per line per day 120 1 ttr W, Per Hne per day 9c > time?; per line per day 7c 02 times per line per day 50 1 Month per lino 90c Ads ordered for three or six limes Imd stopped before expiration will ne charged for Ihe number of times The ad appeared and adjustment of 1)111 made. All Classified Advertising copy Submitted by persons residing out- llde of Hie city must be accompanied by cash. Rales may be easily :ompuled from the above table. _ Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. I No responsibility will be taken lor more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Salt vlan's Victory model bicycle in good condition. Good tires. Can be scon at 310 West Wnlmil after 5 p.m. 9]13-dh-tf li room house on •>! acre of ground $2500. Possession todny. H c Campbell, Plume 2041. 9-l3|)ki6 |3ak Coal Heater. Phone 3160. 9|13-pk-20' 1:929 Model A Tudor—$85]" 1935 Ford Tudor Deluxe. 1937 Ford CO Tudor. Radio <fc I cr. $253. 193(5 Buick 8 Pour Door. Good tires C. C. EAGAN B15 Chlckasawba 0-13-pk-lG I ten ling system. One good used Arcola with 5 radiators. See J L Thompson, P. O. Box 468, Ph. 3301. 9jl3-pk-IG pfe and hotel or will sell cafe fc hotel, very reasonable. 3, Lcachville, Ark. 9]8-pkl5 |2fi \v. Wnlnut. 9 room lioiise with 2 baths. This house is nearly new. Owner lias cut price and says to sell it. If you want n real uuy see us on this one! |G01 W. Vine St. C room house. New root. Can be bought, on terms S1250. 112 w. Kentucky St. 0 rooms and 1 tatli. Well located. Needs some repairs but bought worth the I money. |ish and Division Sis. 2 lots nnd the old Catholic Church bulldin<* A | wonderful location. 117 N. Broadway. 3 lots. House has 14 rooms with 2 baths. Also apartment on rear of lot. Properly used now for boarding house. Could be I made into several apartments. Can be bought worth the money. • 'he above property shown only by ^ appointment.'Cull 801. TOM UTTLE REALTY CO. Eddie B. David, Salesman -.-_•: 9-i3-ck-ia |?]ectrttr-'andrBatlery Radios! Hardaway Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 For Sale Uendlx washer In perfect condition. 1010 Holly Street. 9113-ck-tI Good Moore's Airtight Circulating Heater. Phone 3355. G-12-ck-lli 11-A John Deere Combine J H Proctor, Steele, Mo., Kt, 1. 9-12-i)k-15 John Deere Mode! H "tractor; 2 row middle buster; 2 row cultivator and breaking plow. B. P. Brogdon, Farmers Bank. 9|l2-pk-16 Good 40 acre farm, 1,4 mile from entrance of Blythcvllle Army Air I'ield. Terry Abstract & Realty Co 213 West Wnlnut St.; Blythe- vl "c. Ark: 9 12-*-is Charter Oak heating stove, best condition, no certificate. Phone 2330. 919-pk-10 5 burner oil stove, good condition. 110 So. I8th St. Phone 3111 9;9-pk-13 lira 3 room houses with bath. Very reasonable. Small down payment. Balance monthly; also, 2 vacant lots. Phone 3197. 9;i2-pk-15 Pure white lead, equal to Ihe best on Die market, is on aile now at Montgomery Ward. 100 Ibs. $0.80. 9-ll-ck-14 3 pc. licdrooiii suite, cliair and table Phone 3260. u-ll-pk-14 134 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. SCR1V- NEE, Corning, Ark. 9-0-pk-O BLYTHEVILLE: (ARK.)! COURIER NEWS' I STATESMAN HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured famous Bril- Ish statesman 10 Auricle 2 Legislation 3 Native metals 4 Challenge 0 Liquor 6 Dines 11 Operatic solo 7 Bellow 13 Rowing stick 8 Happy 14 Female sheep 9 Before 15 Rave 16 Yes V, 117 Observe 19 Title of respect 1 21 Males '24 Decay 127 Change ! 29 Eradicate • 131 Daybreak (comb, form) 12 Egyptian sun 28 Neither god 18 Finish 20 Anger 21 Mother 1940 Port! DeLuxc, radio, heater sixrtltght. Good tires. Take trade or cash. Y. Lewis, Phone 2181. 9-ll-pk-H ! 32 Near 133 Priest < ! 36 Twirls i 39 Donkey '40 October (ab.) 141 Altempt 143 Vehicle 145 Standard of i value j 47 Potentate 50 Greek letter 53 Age 54 Pertaining to air 55 Help t' j 56 Advise 57 He was British Prime Minister during War I VERTICAL 1 Sheltered side 42 Annum 30 Knock 43 Block bird S3 Father 44 Erect 34 Like 45 By 22 Print measure 35 Ever (conlr.) 40 Exist 23 Requires 30 Ocean 48 Encounlcred 24 Proportion 37Nortli Caro- 4Slrlc!l(im 25 Done t li,, a (ab.) (symbol) f>'. 2aTeUurium 38Slreet (ab.) 51 Sesame (symbol) 41 Snare 52 Compute sum Two lota near American Legion Hut. James Coston, Osceola. Ark. 7-n-ck-9-n Late model Zenith cabinet Radio set. Phone 413. 8]18-ck-tf Hunter attic fans. Galvanized roofing. Flashlights and flashlight batteries' Hubbard Hardware Co. 8-15-ck-15 Four room house located on large lot with garden. Three blocks from grade and high schools. Phone 3181. 8|25-pk-9j25 SALE Farm Equipment $695 $165 $325 $95 $100 |' T arm Tractor l)n Rubber lUhens Rush & Bog l)isc Harrow .... hotton Ihister rriick Slake I tody -Wheel Farm I'railcr I'el. 453 TEItMS Phillips <Motor Co. 1 9-ll-ck-18 |'uel will be scarce Ihis Winter—Buy a Warm Morning Heater and get more heat from less coal. We'll help you make application for a certificate. We have farm trailers on rubber. Lee Wilson & Co., Armorel, 8-23-ch-23 I wo brick buildings; one 2 slory I and one building 50x40. Inquire at | Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. 8J30-ck-9J30 FARMS FOR SALE All sizes, from 30 acres up. $25 per acre and up. See or write E. J. MURPHY Real Estate Broker Advance, Mo. 8-25-pk-25 300 acres farm land, good Improvements for tenants. Located in De- shn County, near Watson, Ark. J. M. Buchanan, Box 587, Watson, Ark. 9[4-pk-lB Offlcf In In«Mm Building. Inquire «t the Psrthunt Oo. '• 11-Sfl-clr-tf Eelp Wanlei Colored maid. Permanent. $10 per week. Apply Fcinberg's Fashion Shop. 9|13-ck-16 Experienced saleswoman to take charge of our.-ladles ready.tfl-wear department. .Will'make attractive offer to qualified party; I. Rosen- thai, Inc. 9;12-ck-15 Press man and suck feeder at Blythevilte Gin Co. 9|ll-ck-18 Kxpertencea cooks and Apply Hot«l Noble. . l«-ck-tt MANAGERIA^ POSITION ABLE. In or near Blythcville. Women with leadership ability, age 30 to 45, free to devote full time to responsible position including the management, selection an< guidance of a staff of sales wo men. Good salary. Nationally accepted, including wide acceptance in your territory, well advertised products backed by 58 years merchandising experience. Write a. H. Russell, Post Office Box No. 287, Kansas City, Missouri, stating age, experience and qualifications. 9-11-ck-H I For Rent Have office In Anthony Bldg, for vent. Suitable for cotton office, doctor's or lawyer's office. Would give lease for several years. Tom Little Realty Co. Ph. 861. 9-12-ck-15 Bedroom, close to Hearn. bus line. 1513 9;8-pk-15 Two bedrooms. 314 N. Ninth. Mrs. W. U Green. 9;G-pk-13 Lost Ladies Biilova wrist watch with gold band, Saturday night. Return to 110 W. Davis for reward. 9|ll-pk-M Wanted For Sale or Trade RIALES LAND CO. HM Movnl liiich To ll's Old Location In Glencoe Hotel . 464 Ku*stll E, , RaU «nd MIc* «Uml. uattd. Contract Mrr1c« In pctt control. Blddle Exterminator* Free IIS 8, Third . Phon. mi WE riLI, ALL nOOTOKi' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE TOD MONET STEWART'S nun * L»k« nn» na Try onr "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn fr.m BdMtt Team ot faun horses for good tractor. Will pay Phone C27. ensli 9-l-pk-15 Wanted to Vug Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAOAN, 015 Clilcka- snwba. .0l3-)k-13 Used telly stroller. Plione 3198. 9-l2-pk-l9 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning find repairing. GeorKe Ford, Harcln- \viiy Appliance Co. Phono 2011.' . 9-11-ck-lO-l! Hay and Corn. Blythcvlllc Ornln and Elevator Co. 811-ck-tf Will pay cash for 110,000 worth of good ns«d fnrnl- tnre. Wade Fnmltnre Co. Will pay 20c per aoi for wire coat hangers. Hudson Oleuiert. Someone to move heavy house trailer. Crosslown Cafe. 9113pklG Navy Pfeprvrcs MARYVILLE, Mo. (UP) — No Navy wallflowers here this tall! Fb'r"ty"iip|<fentr(!!r"senmen".~Bt" the Northwest Missouri State Ttaachc-rs College have organized n danchig class and have hired a teacher.. They say they are getting prepared for the coeds' return In September! Nearly one-half of the-roses in the U. S. are supplied by cast Texas growers. FOB BALK CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL B1ZEB Cheaper Than Bridie Lumber Osceola Tile & _.. Culvert Co. 1 Phone til For Sale 285 'Acres of highly improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of Bly- You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if you'll^bring'that idle^car to us, so tharwe^canVe-sell it to'someone who is engaged iivessential work 'and who urgently'needs dependable _ • *••- **i^ time transportation WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! H you want to ------ . ,,^ Dnmls SELL' IIS THE FUKNITURF VOU ARK NOT USINO, for cash!,, Also liberal trade-in allowance for!' old furniture on new. Alvin Hartly Furn. Co. 301 E. Main Phone 2302 J. LOUIS CHERRY Eeprwtntlnj NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. " , Ark. Services I have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2G41 8|28-pk-28 Painting and paper hanging, j B Freeman, Phone 2434. 8i22-pk-9[22 Home laundry done; 407 21st Mrs ^Lula Woods. f 8|16-pk-9jl6 PRESCRIPTIONS Prcthect Stoek Guaranteed Beat Print Kirby Drag Stores lupleses and houses, Chlckasawba land Hearn Streets. Small down I payment. Small FHA payments (Available when vacant. Get ori I our waiting list. Call or write J |T. Cone, Searcy, Arkansas. 8|IS-pk-9|l6 |.'egulation overseas mailing liox?s. Sturdy wood con- sWijctton. Planters Hard- v*(c Co., Inc. 8-16-lh-lG Iced rye, barley and oats. Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft l^o^Phone -1!)3. 9-G-ch-6 J ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS |'e have one six foot display box, 1 four beverage coolers, and a few [household boxes while they last. I All arc reconditioned throughout. JACK MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 216 E. M«In St. 9i7-ck-2l Ine 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; lone 20 cu. ft. reach In refrlgera- I ior; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with I counter top: one 10 rt. meat <JIj- Iplay case. E. B. Gee Sales. Co., | phone 2028. 6-12-cV-W Fall and Wlnlcr TUNE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get All-round liettcr Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts ft Sen-ice 1Z1 W. Ash 1'lione 212Z 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 better service. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Phone 861 Eddie B. David, Salesman We nave Buyers Walling For Investment,"!. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair parts are as complete as during pre-war times! Put your plants in shape for Fall NOW. WE GIVE SERVICE—call us day, night or Sunday. * Belling * Steam Packing * All Size Pipe * Belt Lace * Pipe Fittings * Crane Valves DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! C. G. Smith RED CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATIONS FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! Elmer VULCAKIZIfJG Tire ft Tube Repair «. H »r. Loy Eich AWR16HT,YOU GUVS, UP ON •Y6R HIMP LEGS; IT'S TIMET'GO WORK.' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Discontented Gown ^ !y MERRILL BLOS8EI If- YOU ASK ME, IVIERE 'AR!T SOWE COWS IKI TMiS TOWN THAT ARE GONNA FEEL THEV <scrr MUCH To 19 THE PICTUR6- HAD TA«iM.tO C WHAT'S } SHE BOUGHT WROM6, HEaoR?J QUARTS OF MILK so By FRED HARMAfl HE WD VORrtSlCOUlD -PUT HE'S 6bl FtE^51)•OF FOR A> eon REAILY PUILDOS Oricntiil Spliinx ' Gin Saw Files and Gum me re Hubbard Hardware Co. Servfng Blythevllfe Z5 Year* HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops t0da): ' S irr ° K " br drivi "S' Th «y frequently advance warning. Guard against lost lime, indmven- icnce and annoyance by letting us check your battery now. ' V" 1 ««tlerics fit all makes of cars and- frucks, therefore, re- css of the kind of car you own we can serve you. Eig htecn Month Guard ntee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tef. 453 Walnut at 5th WASH TUBES REPEATED QUES- iH>TtwtN6 ewwes : NO RESPONSE FROM THE PRISONER HE WON'T TALK, EA«,y, BUT ^ 1 DOU8T IF HE COULD GIVE US MUCH USEFUL INFORMATION YOU WAMT MANV iWfORMATIOWS A8<3UT JAPAN, BUT NO JAPAWESE 5C31DIERS WIIL TELL J MO WAY TO FIW OUT IF WE HOT TELL BOOTS AND HER BUOD1ES 6Y LESLIE TURNER HE'S SMART ENOUGH'TO OUR BASEST PR06i.EfAS NEED OM JAPAN AMD THE PHILIPPINES One Happy Family BY EDGAR MARTIN

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