FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER is, 1944 CLASSIFIED o ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum charge .... • son 1 time per line ........ ........ 15 0 2 times per line per day ..... .',' J2o 3 tf*>s per line per day ......... 9c 5 Urrtes per Hue lm dfty ........ 7c 12 times per line per day ........ 5o l Month per line ............... 90c Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for (he number of times Die ml appeared and adjustment of bill mnde. All ClassifJcd Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed train Uie above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Lnwnmower; Eureka electric sweep er. Phone 17, Steele,'M». P;i5-))k-19 280 acres, best '(cypress)' Little River, loamy land, west of Sikestoti oil Highway 00, electric, a.F.U, sclwol bus and transportation line about 270 cultivated, five houses three barns, finest soil for com, cotton, soy beans, alfalfa. No gumbo—no sand. Price $110 00 per ncrc, unusual terms. Make small payment now nnd close deal December 1st.'There is very little this kind of land for sale miy- wncre any juice. This will .sell «on t wait. Payment with Interest and taxes total about like rent Have several smfill good farms now. Ciilcb Smith 217 I}. Mttlone Ave. SikesUm, Mo. . 9il5-ck-23 For Sab Man's Victory model bicycle In pood condition. Good tires. Can be seen at 310 west walnut after 5 pm 9!l3-dli-tf Chickering Baby Grand PJANCM^ excellent condition. May he m spected at 1000 West Chiekasawba Avenue. Blytl.eville, Arkansas Mrs. Russell Phillips. 9]l5- C k-l9 'A T T ; K N-FTo N~! For those hard-lo-gct items, maybe you didn't know where to go No use looking all over the country— try PARKHURST rust! in business since 1904. Everything for the liome, office and school , PARKHURST, Phone 86G —107-109 B. Main 9-14-ck-14-tf ~S2H ModclTrudoi 7 —$8? ^~ 1935 Ford Tudor Deluxe 19 ?! F J$$ Oi) Tl '"^ r - Rn <ilo & lieat- fk ? Four poor. Good tires C. C. EAGAN 615 ,Chic);asawba 9-13-pk-lG . Heating eola with 5 radiators. See J L Thompson, P. o. Box 408, Ph. 330]' __ __ ._ 9|13-pk-lS Insiiint baUery charger, "aj- mosf ncvy. No 1'hone calls Roller's Sfaldine Service Jjta.tion. 9-15-ch-22 111 exclusive resideniiar~se"ction" Eight room residence, two acres land, adjoining city limits on East Mam street. This home is plastered throughout, automatic bath 1 heater, equipped with butane BUS i ' C room house on' }j' L acre of ground! $2oOO. Possession today. H Campbell, Phone 2011. 9-13pklG 3 rooms ol furnltm-e, Including electric refrigerator. 126 B. Vine, West Hadio and record player in portable carrying case. The Hadio Hospital, JO^W^Ash. O-M-pk-17 Oak Coal Hpatcr. Phone~3160. 9[13-pk-20 ___ 9 room home with 3 room house on back, 100 ft. front on So. Lilly, desirable location, convenient to school and bus line, you can't buy material in house lor the price of $2500, with $1000 cash, balance monthly like rent. W. M. Burns, Realtor. 9-14-pk-n Electric table radios cheaper at Radio Hospital. 201 W. Ash. S-H-pk-14 N 0, S I R ! It's not loo early, right now Is the time to start buying those gift Items of all kinds that you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladies' and gentlemen's furnishings In handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties hosiery, hul/=, traveling bags, musical instruments, and other Items too numerous to mention NOW, while our store i*-crammed full and running over 1'ARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phono 9GC. 9-14-ck-H-if (ARK.)' ' HEADS CUB$ HORIZONTAL I Pictured manager ol Chicago Cubs, 11 Standard o/ value 12 Sea eagle ' 13 Female deer H Dined 15 Examination 1C Possess 17 Donkey 19 §alt , 21 Goal ' 24 Small number 22 Iridium 27 Snares ,-v^,. (symbol) 29 Box ^ " 3.1 transpose He accountant (ab.) 2 Chapcau 3'Spacc •I Permits 0 Anger G Abstract being 1 Obtains 8 False god '^ 9 Cut grass fw 10 Males " (ab.) 32 Alternating i eiirreiit (ab.) S3 Shoestrings 3C Pronoun 39 Exclamation 40 Sun 11 Art (Latin) •13 Obese 45 Existed 47 Hipped SO Registered 26 Us 28 Before ' (prefix) 30 Cheer 18 Distress signal 33 Pound (ab ) 20 Part of circle 34 Hough lava 21 Near 35Tille of respect 30 Beverage 23 Fil1 d male .17 'I'hercfore .24 Countenances 38 Measure of . 25 And (Latin) cloth 41 Inquires ** 42 Pierce with knife .1 43. Touch •'* •M Woody plant 45 Spider's lair 45 Pertaining ( 0 wings 48 Palm lea! *'' 49 Relative (nb.) 51 Age 52 Jewel 53Dcerlike M nnimnl ** 54 Opposite of awealhcr 5 5 Before ' ' 56 He manages a ,,. ' National •> league VERTICAL .1 Certified pub- For Kent Bedroom, Henri). close to bus 'ront bedroom, private 209 VV. Kentucky. line. 1513 9;8-|)k-19 entrance. a:i5-|)k-13 Front bedroom adjoining bath Ph 3327. 123 E. Kentucky. 0[15-pk-18 300 acres faj-m land, good Improvements for tenants. Located in De- shn County, near Watson, Artc J M. Buchanan, Box 507, Wntson Ark - 9|4-pk-18 OBlce In IrnFftm BiUkUng. Inquire »t the Parkhurit Co... Il-30-ck-tf Barter Oak heating stove, best con-' WUntsd Mian, no certificate. Phone 2330.1 ——. . ._ _ 910-pk-lG Army wife to care for ID-monllis- old girl mornings. Call 2277. 0]14-pk-18 beautifully landscaped' attic with four room servant house Price $8,SOO.OO. Some Terms Possession today. H. C. Campbell Phone 2G-H . .. __ !3|15-pk-22 Elocfflc>nd 'Battery Radios! Hardaway Appliance Co. 9-7-ch : 7 134 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 i,. A. SCRIVNER, Corning, Ark. fl-6-pk-G l>o lots near American Legion Hut. James Coston, Osceoja, Ark. 7-17-ck-3-17 lite model Zenith set. Phone 173. cabinet Radio 8|I8-ck-tf FORD 1/2 TON TRUCKS Farm Tractor On Rubber ... Athens Bush & Rise Harrow . Cotton Duster Truck vStake Hody ,., 1-WhccI Farm Trailer re;. 453 Phillip. $695 $165 $325 $95 $100 TERMS Co. 9-ll-ck-18 ?uet will be scarce this Win- lor—Buy a Warm Morning Heater and get more heat from less coaJ. We'll hcln you make application for a certificate. We have farm trailers on rubber. Lee Wilson & Co., Armorcl, Ark - 8-23-ch-23 >o brick buildings; one 2 story and one building 50x40. Inquire at Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. 8I30-ck-Oj30 FARMS FOR SALE All sizes, from 30 acres' up. $25 per acre and up. See or write E. J. MURPHY Heal Estate Broker -• Advance, Mo. 8-25-pk-25 F^our room house located on largo lot with garden. Three biocks from grade and high schools. Phone 3 '81. ; 8125-p!c-.<)i25 Help WanteH Parmall (raclor mechanic lien F. Hutlcr Co., Osceola S-M-cJf-17 Someone to move heavy house ^j£H|ler.^Crosstown Cafe. 9]13|]klC Up From Hank!) CAMP COOKE. Cal. (UP)-Pirst Lt. Bert A. Klein Iiolds the distinction of being the first Jewish chaplain in U. s. Army history to be commissioned from the ranks. Klein supervised religious affairs tor the llth Armored Division's Jewish personnel [luring the past! year. Before induction In Novcin- j tar, ia-i2, lie served as rabbi at I Marsli.illtotvn, loiva, and Wheeling, W. Vii. Wanted to Buy linby stroller. Phone 3338. pre-war If possible. 9jH-pk-ia Used cnrs cfe trucks. Any make or nroslcl. C. C. EAGAN. CIS Clilckn- _f ba j 9iia-pk-13 Used baby stroller. Phone 9-12-pk-l9 I'iiuios bought and sold. Tnniiiij nml repairing. George Ford, Wrdn- wi\y Appliance Co. Phone 2071. 9-ll-ck-io-lt Hay and corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 8]1-ck-tr Will pny cash for flO.OOP worth of good Twed furiit- tare. Wade Furniture Co, WUl pny 200 per uoa. for'wire cwt hangers. Hudsoc Oleanen. Civilian cinployiiicnt in war agencies—the war and Navy Departments and the emergency war ngen- cies—accounted for 71 per cent of the total of 2,800,000 Federal employees in continental United States in March, 1944. FOR BALK '. • ' — CONCRETE STORM SEWEJB ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Csceola Tile & .Culvert Co. •"' OscwU, Ark. RIALES LAND CO. Has Murril H;irk 'I'o It's Old l.oc.illon In Glencoe Hotel I'll. 401 Hiwsell K. Hhiles Koiohtj, Hats arid Mice «Uml, noted. Contract lerflw In nut coutroL. Biddle Exterminator! 115 H. Third WK FILL Alt DOOTOKr PRESCRIPTIONS AND BAVE YQU HQNIf S T E W A K T' S Main * rb*M OU fry our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Jr.m 0l«h For Sqle 285 Acres of highly, improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of Uly- G, Smith Elrnv VULGARIZING lire ft Tube Re^itr OtlUn Belt KJt, * t. ••f. II r with Xnflv AB. Mi.) You'll dp both yourself and your country a favor|if Vou'll brin^tharidle^ar to us ' so . who is engaged in^esjentiql work and who urgently Veeds dependable"war, time transportation] WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROSS WORKERS NEED \ TRANSPORTATION] DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! • BPP • J1.B --4s**«!lt?idtoiae».. % ___J loy Eich Chevrolet Co. If you want l u buy more War lionils SKLI, US THE FUKNITUIIF roci ARK NOT USING, f,, r cash' Also lilicral trade-in allowance for old furniture on jiciv. Alvin Hiirtly Funi. Co. 301 E. Main i., lone Z302 NOPE? NEVER KTTHESlAME HER. VVJOM'T T/VLX.EH? BUT I'VE NOTHIMSTO SR/ UISTIL.1 KNOW VJHKT.^-TN rr^FOR. A, WbM*N\WITH M(\V BE THE KEY TO ' OF B6INJG AsCQD.MNTED WITH HIS EXCELLENCY* - H0\0 /KBODT IT ? JUST BREKK DOWN AMD 'ADMIT you R6 BLUFFING. 1 " BV WE CHNBKCTERS . ,,^ NOt-NE.CE5SACll_Y THOSE OF Tri£AJjrriQE..v.r/(..j; Colored maid. Pcrn)ancnt. $10 per week. Apply Peinberg's Fashion I — Bll °P- 9[13-ck-16 Press man and suck Blytheville Gin Co. feeder at 9ill-ck-18 Kxpertenced coolu and Apply Hotel Nolle. wtltrewes H-ck-tf Services I have no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2641 8!28-pk-28 Painting and paper hanging. J B Freeman, Phone 2431 ' 8|22-pk-9j22 Home laundry done; 407 21st. Mrs Lula Woods. 8|16-pk-9;i6' luplexes and houses, and Heorn Streets. Small down payment. Small FHA payments Available when vacant So our waJtlng list. Call or write J T. Cone, Searoy, Arkansas. 8|lB-pk-g|lG tegulalion oyerseas mailing boxes. Sturdy wood con- lion. Planters Hard- Co., Inc. S-16-Ih-lG :eed rye, barley and oats. Top quality. L. K. Ashcrafl Co. Phone 493. 9-G-ch-6 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS »J have one six foot display box, four beverage coolers, and a few usehoM boxes while they last. are reconditioned throughout JACK MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 216 E. Main St. 9j7-ck-21 on 6 "' "' mcfl ln refrigerator; ne 20 CU . ft. reach In refrlgcral *• ? ne » "- beverage cooler with counter top; one 10 ft. meat dls- , h ? "Sf; E - B - °«« s ^'es Co., Phone 2020, 8-12-ck-t Fall and Winter TUNE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get All-round Rotter Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Paris & Service 121 W. Ash Phone ^\^^ PRESCRIPTIONS Fr«*he*t l?toek Gn«r«ntert Bert Prle*« Kirby Drog Stores J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Blylheville, Ark. Do You Wont To Sell Your Property or Business?— If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! 10 TOM LITTLE REALTY CO Fhone 8G1 . We Have Buyers Waiting For Invcslmcnlj. B. DavM, Salesman 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 SERYICE-call us day, night or Sunday. * Belting Steam Packing All Size Pipe * Belt Lace * Pi pe Finings * Crane Valvot * Gin Saw Files and Cummers Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving BiythcvlUe 25 years FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SHOULD l MWL IT, OK. SMou.ON'r i ? ir- l , . . - Jll'S P! " UK - E To THE MAGAZINE rr MA.V STARF SIS ON A HIGH-POWERED ' CAKBEE. / Scttlint; 11 Mnjor |']-()l)li!iii! 'DON'T »y MBHH1LL BLOSSBi f'ii'f vy'fe" w &^M-' wi* HOW IS YOURlHATTERYf When It Stops-Your Car Stops ^n f ^» W ™, r i, OU ! fa f tCr WHh 10day ' S irrogu!ar drivi "ff- They frequently _go dead" without advance warning. Guard against lost lime incomcn- lonco and annoyance l,y letting us check your battery now lncomcn - StaLnh, ? U H eri r s f ' 1 a " makcs ° f cars ' and l " ucks ' lhercfore ' rc - garaiess of ihe kind of car you own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO; ™' 453 Bur IF i MAIL IT, SHE EVER DFCOME A MOVIIT STAR.' MAYBE L UEITER r-LII' ,V COIN, AND WHAT TO DO ' AND IF SHE HAS A CAREER,SHE'LL GET UPPIly AMD SMOOTV... AND IF sue sers SWOOTV. SHE'LL us • IMPOSSIBLE "TO UVE ' WlTH.'^rSSi*.—-, T1 - THE COM COMES DOWN, L WONT , TMG PICIURE ' N.iivn.io AritliiiicLu THESE SUITCASES \<)!LL f\AKE Itf. RE.D. AMD THAMES TO THESE SWINDLERS A\vW \\1ITH THAT CUR. CHARITY CO.^V\\TTEE WASH TUBRS BY LESLIE TUJUNER LET'S HEAR VOUR PL AM FOR 6ETTINS INFOK' MATION ON JAP HSTALLATIOUS IUTHE PHILIP. PINES, CAPTAW ALVAREZ L HAVE A NEWS PAPER WHICH RECEMTJ.V CAME FROM LUZON i CANWOT TEIL HOW WE 60TITYET...BUT >T IS A PROVINCIAL PAPEB.NOTCLOSELV STUPIEOBi'JAPAK'Bf CENSORS ' HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES REAP THE ITEM 1 HAVE MARKER CAPTAIN EASV! BLA1ES! IT SEEMS M05EOI81E? THIS $ftf$ THE (3UERRIUA " BAND 15 LED 8/AMERICANS WHO ESCAPED AFTEs S' FALL XtW MtfS^-b h. <bOM Of UP All's Forgiven BY EDGAR MARTIN.!
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