The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 18, 1944
Page 7
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 38, 19-M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rnte pet line for-consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 60c 1 time per line ] 15o 2 lfl»s per Hue per day I2c j tineas per line per day 9c 5 times per line per day 7c 12 times per Une per day Bo l Month per line QOc Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of Mil made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- Bide of the city must be accompanied by cash..Hates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordcred~fdFTrrcgulnr Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. 'For Salt l-iuciiciilly new Lionel electric truin with electric switch track and electric crane. All mounted on board. 1010 Holly Street. 9-18-ck-tf Man's yictory model bicycle in good condition. Good tires. Can be wen at 310 West Walnut after 5 p.,,,, 9|13-dh-U Boy's bicycle. 1010 West Ho]iy7phom5 'J- 9il8-ck-U Beige Coat Suit, size isTswaiisdom make, worn one time; $42.50 value for S25. Pair of new black Vitality shoes, 6 (i B, gaberdine & patent Mrs. Dunn, 1415 W. Main. Phone 2C71 from 9 to 6. 9-18-pk25 JUST RECEIVED! 20-440 volt •>; H.P. electric motors selling at $39.90. Montgomery Ward & Co. 9-18-ck-25 Chickering Baby Grand~PIANO~iii "latent condition. May be injected at 1000 West Chickasawba Avenue, Blytheville, Arkansas. Mrs. Russell Phillips. 9|15-ck-ia One Massey-Harris con>bineTv.~M~ Br'ster, Yarbro. 9jl8-pk21 i rooms and bsilh, completely furnished. Desirable neighborhood. Built-in cabinets throughout the house, furnace heal, electric range and refrigerator. Write Box XYZ, % Courier News. 9|13-pk-23 One Minute Cafe. CashTorily" 422 West Ash St. 9|lG-pk-20 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes in a pleas tl 1 ,ni,, ne fn, hl «'!r ti - Taltc >10U1 ' B(! <l™°<n. choice for $2100 on easy terms. See S. Jledel, 224 Main, or your For Sale 1938 Ford 4-door spdnn; extra clean. CIS Chlckasawba. • 0-18-pk-2l My PHA homo on West Holiy~St7eet; immediate iwssession. Apply to Mrs. E. M. Terry at Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Koland Rog- genbrod. 9[lC-pk-20 Corn, oats, iiay. Pul-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 9|!8-<<k-tf Lawnmower; Eureka electric sweeper. Phone 17, Stecle, Mo. 9;i6-pk-19 280 acres, best (cypress) Little Ulv- cr, loamy land, west of Sikeston on Highway CO, electric, R.P.D., school bus and transportation line, about 210 cultivated, live houses, three barns, finest soil for corn cotton, soy beans, alfalfa. No gumbo—no sand. Price SI 10.00 per acre, unusual terms. Make small payment now and close deal December 1st. There Is very little this kind of land for sale anywhere any price. Tills will sell, don't wait. Payment with interest and taxes total about like rent. Have several small good farms now. Caleb Smith 217 E. Mnloue Ave. S ikes ton, Mo. 9|15-ck-23 Oak Coal Heater. Phone 3lto. 9|l3-pk-20 Electric table radios cheaper at Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-14-pk-14 >J 0, SIR! It's not too early, right now is the time to start buying those gift items of all kinds that yon didn't know were obtainable. Also ladies' and gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, lies, hosiery, hats, traveling bags, musical instruments, and other items too numerous to mention . . . NOW, while our store is crammed full and running over PARKHUKST, 107-103 E. Main. Phone 906. 9-H-ck-14-tf 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 Four room, house located on large lot with garden. Three blocks from grade and high schools. Phone 3181. 8125-pk-9|25 For Rent —.. ^. u,._u*.i, j.&t iviiiui, or your —*—^—»™.———^—^-^^_^_ own agent. Or write Julius .Tiedel, Bedroom, convenient to bath, hot 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn 9]16-ck-lC Practically 7iew P.H.A. house on attractive lot, ,on West Holly Street. Can (jive Immediate possession. Electric hot water and Laco Oil Circulating Heater included. Also, window shades nnd metal curtnln rods. Apply to Mrs. E. M. Terry, Terry Abstract & Realty Co. M, 9|16-pk-20 ATTENTION! r those hard-to-get items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST first! In business since 1901. Everything for the home, office and school PARKHURST, Phone 9C6—107-109 E. Main. 9-H-ck-14rtf "win Gables night club. Also garage on Highway 61 adjoining Twin Gables. Write J. M. Buchanan at Watson, Ark. 9]lG-pk-23 Instant battery charger, almost new. No Phone calls. Potter's Statcline Service Station. 9-15-ch-22 |34 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 U A. SCRIV| NER, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-O residential section, room residence, two acres I Innfl, adjoining city limits on East I Main street. Tills home is plastered throughout, automatic bath I heater, equipped with butane gas 1 attic fan, beautifully landscaped, J willi four room servant liouse I Price $8,500.00. Some Terms Pos| session today. H. C. Campbell Phone 2G41 9115-1)1: -22 blectric and Battery Radios! ] Hardaway Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 luel will he scarce this Win- 1 tcr—Buy a Warm Morning Heater and get more heal from less coal. We'll help you make application for a certificate. We have farm trailers on I rubber. I Lee Wilson & Co., Armorcl, I Ark. 8-23-ch-23 . Hcavn to bus line. 1513 3!B-nk in ' P water all the time. 127 E. Kentucky. Phone 2Q09. 9;18-pk-21 300 acres farm land, f/iod Improvements for tenants, seated in De• sha County, near Watson, Ark. J. M. Buchanan, Box 587, Watson, Ark. S|4-pk-18 Office in I&KFam BnlIdJn?. Inquire it the Parihurit Co.,. 11-30-clc-tJ Beauty operator. Apply Beauty Bar. 9|18-ck-25 Maid or janitor for Eagle Beauty School, two hours either night or morning.' $1.00 per day. Apply to Eagle Beauty School. 9jlG-pk-20 Press man'and suck feeder at Blytheville Gin Co. 9-18-ck-25 White or colored woman to do housework. Phone 2789. 9[lC-pk-20 Experienced cooka tut waltremes. Apply Hotel Noble. lfl-cfc-tf >*»'-^— .^^v-,^— —~— Wante'd to Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAGAN, 015 Chickasawba. 9]13-pk-13 Used baby stroller. Phone 3198. 9-12-pk-19 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. 9-11-ck-lO-ll Hay nncl Corn. Diytheville Grait and Elevator Co. 8j7-cl:-t Will pny cash for $10,000 worth of crood used furniture. Wade Fnrnitnre Co. Will pay 200 per aoz. for wlra cant Changers. Hudsou Cleanen. I Tf you want lo buy more Wnr I Bonds SKI.L IIS THK FUR.VITURF I 1 T OJJ ARE NOT USINO, for cash! ! Also liberal Iradc-in allowance for | old furniture on new, I Alvin Hardy Fwn. Co. 301 K. Main Phone 2302 vo Ijcklc buildings; one 2 story •andirtic building 50x40. Inquire at Vfc Broadway. C. Abraham. x 8!30-ck-9j30 fed rye, barley and oats. I Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft [Co^Phonc 493. 9-C-ch-6 IELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS^ |c have one six foot display box, •[our beverage coolers, and a tew household boxes while they last, are reconditioned throughout. JACK MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 216 K. Main St. 9j7-ck-21 35 en. ft. reach In refrigerator; e 20 cu. ft. reach In refrlgcra- •or; one 12 ft, beverage cooler with xmnter top; one 10 ft. meat dls- lay case. E. B. Qee Sales Co., fehone 2025, 8-12-cV-t Frwheat Stock Gawanfert Besi Pries* Kirby Drag Stores BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BASEBALL STAR HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured baseball play 12 Exist 13 Help 14 Perform 15 Therefore 1C Transpose ,' i (ab.) ' 17 Skill • 18 Dined , 19 Elderly 20 Native metal 21 Mall drink 22 Hevercntnil four 23 Half {prefix) 25 Fastener fielder wilh the VERTICAL 1 Head covering 2 Make a mistiike 3 Musical note 4 Solicitude ..• 5 Strike G Editor (nb.) 1 Companion 8 High card ? ORighl u»u.) 10 Island >',11 Incline the ; head 17 Operatic solo 22 Atmosphere 40 Rip 23Silklike cloth 41 Egyptian 24 Great Lake 25 Wan 20 Wishes 28 Cease 30 Mannei walking 32 Snare 34 Pjiving substance of 27 Spaces '' ISMorindin dye 3G Ireland 29 Measure of 10 Possess 37 Stale urea ' 20 Sign 30 Set speed 30 Proceed '38 31 Melal 32 Strike lightly 33 Id esl {ab,) 34 Toward If 35 Weird '$ 37 Tree fluid ' 38 Rodents 38 Standard of value 40 Attempt 42 Drink slowly 43 Compensate 44 Beverage •15 Male ofl'spring 46 Sodium (symbol) '.', 48 Alternating , current (ab.) 49 Snake 50 New (prefix) 51 Married 52 He is an out- sun Bod : 42 Shortly .j 43 Kitchen utensil. 44 Also 45 Ocean 4G Bom 47 Paid notices 40 Per i 50 New York J O'b.) •$] 01 Us ,' PAGE RIALES LAND CO. lias Moved Buck To It's Old I.ornllon In Glencoe Hotel I'll. 404 KiuMll K. Roaches, KaU and Mloe eliminated. Contract Mi-vlc* In pttl control. Biddle Exterminators Free EUtlmiitt*. US 8. Third Phone 8TB1 WE FILL ALL DOOTOM' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOD MONtt STEWART'S D r « f S t • r e M»ln * liko r»im mi Try our "Own Msde" ICE CREAM Ok Hickory Inn Acreu Irtm Hljh Schul You'll do both yourself and your country *''*' ' ** v • • * Services I have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2C41 8128-pk-28 Painting and paper hanging. J. B Freeman, Phone 2434. Wanted Army wife to care for 19-monlhs- old girl mornings. Call 2277. 9il4-pk-18 Someone to move heavy house jrailcr. Crosstown Cafe. 9]13pklB Taken Up Pair of mules. A. H. Webb. Hwy.'o! _at^Stote Line. 9]lG-pk-20 Pilot- Form Clul) SOMERVILLE, Mass. (UP)—Army Capt. Harry J. Pashco of Som- crville originated and lieads the Century Clul) composed of fighter pilots who have flown at leas't 100 missions against the Japanese. Hold Everything "Guess who!" Trade names for tea comes from the position of the leaf on the stem, not frotu different plants. 1 Fall and Winter - < TUNE-UP SAVE fiasoline . . . M SAVE Tires. Ret All-round Better Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Cliryslcr Healer - F.irfs * Service 121 W. Ash I'lionc 2122 FOR SALE ' "" '• CONCRETE STORM SEWER : AH, HTZE8 Chcaprr Than Bridge Lumber Gsceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 6S1 OloeoU, Art. For Sale 285 Acres of highly improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of Blytheville- C G. Smith Elmer VULCAJHIIIIG Tire ft Tube Repair C.(Ua Bell U. * R. «wj. II (r*nur(r with Knfte Am. fta.) a favor if youjir bring thatjdle*car to Us, so that we*can ie-seH ft to 'someone engaged in eVsential work and who urgently "needs dependable^war-' time transportation; 1 WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED CROSS. WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! ALLEY OOP U -.—.-_-. I ^m ^ ^^^^ ^_ _ :* - f*"l**'**i**ii wi'ii*'O^n >v , ^.1 Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. _ W™!? Adjective .„.,- VM'^— —-( MliS\ THI KEEPER N All WHO? f ALLEY OOP-\ Of 1 THE WNu'S J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. BlylhevilJe, Ark. . COTTONSEED BAGS and ff SOYBEAN BAGS / See Us Before You Buy! J. L. TERRELL Office 111 S. Bdy. Phone 2631 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES- GIN AND MILL SUPPLIES AT PRESENT our stocks of repair pnrls 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. * Belting * Belt Lace Steam Packing * Pipe Fittings All Size Pipe * Crane Valves * Gin Saw Files and Gummers Hubbard Hardware Co. Serving Blyllicvllle Z5 Tcara HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When If Stops-Your Car Stops Ballcrics wear_ out faster with today's irregular driving. Thcv frcqucnllv KO dead wilhouf advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvcn- jencc and annoyance l,y leltiujr us check your battery now Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of cars'and tVucks, llicrcfnrc, re- ffardlcss of the kind of car you own we can serve you Tel. 453 Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Walnut at 5th •X r~\\\ HI IV I / ,'H.L.t I k. VpM '• 1'ES, PHYSICIAN. \ AND WHAT I WO 11C WAS IN THE MARKET \WAS HIS V A SREftT PLACE SHE CALLED \STiYTION? J.WW1RIOR! OUT TO HIM /K_ . --, AS 'ALIV fr/flr* 1 ! HMIMG^ ^ ' •WOMLKS "<9582i m$,h vivid LHI:>, A WARRIOR ? HAW/' ACQUAINTANCE WITH'THE MASTER BEFORE HIS LOSS EFFORT TO RE-/ rSTORE HIM TO /I NORMAL HWS BEGUN.' ^•<i WHY, THAT'S J—'—^>( 'GO on, YOUNG RIPICULOUSV VVHAT^ S0\ I FIND YOUS ' RIDICULOUS I HECIWTION ABOL'T ' / MOST •s x IT ? AIWERESTING. ^ fe ,0. By V. T. HAMLIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Just Like Old Times! »F HILDA HAD SENT Tile PHOTOGRAPH OF HER FteT AMD LEGS TD GAZE MAGAZINE Sue COULD HAVE' IDENTIFIED HERSELF A9THF GICL WHO IS BEING SOUGHT BY A SHOF COWAMy. IT MIGHF HWe 9TARTED HfROU A GREATCAWEER - PUT HECTOR DIDN'T MMU THE PICTURE—- [ OH. DA DDV • • • ITS H IS FAULT.' 1 ^"^N HE 7 NIPPED MV WK01.E CWJBER i^\}) IN THE BUD / NOW I'LL NEVER / k M' ' BECOME A TOWERS '>-- '' l' MODEL ' fly MERRILL BLOS8ES It ED RYDER AND IF i OONT BEC^-^K A ToWER-G fODEL HOLLWOOD WILL Ncyire DISCOVER ME' -CM, I'M go, MAD/.' A- Yes IWii'itm WASH T_UBB3 AS' A~ By FRED HARMAH A Real Job ffUT, CAPTAtM ALVAReZ,C00LWJ? uvri x WE DROPAt?ADlO SVCHUTE? FIGHTER! IM THE W— PHILIPPINES, SER6EAMT LIMK HA.S LEARNEP MUCH WE IVISH TO KMOW, 8UT HE CASONOT COMMUNICATE WITH US! (m ffisr IF WE KNEW ' WHERE TO FiNPHW BUT we oo wor HIS WPEOUT. MUST SEEX HW...SO,ME ONE LIKE VOU.WrAW EASY, WHO HAS POME SUCH WORK . BEFORE! /f BY LESLIE TURNER .. . IT'S IT '£,6 DIMS TO / WORTH BSPAN6E(?OUS. THE RISK, TRVtN6 TO REACH «LONElf HIM |U JAPANSSE- V Some Fun BY EDGAR MARTIN

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