The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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R I ALES LAND CO. .WEDNESDAY, SEPTMfrER CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per lino for consecutive nsertlons: Minimum Charge 50c 2 ttnf& per line per da'y.'.'.','.'.'.'.'l2o 3 times per line per day 9c B times per line per day Vc :2 times per line per day 60 1 Month per line., SOc Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will * charged for the number of times lie ad appeared and-adjustment'of ulll made. - • , AH Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising or(lered~for~irregiuar nsertlons takes me one time rate No responsibility will be taken tor more than one Incorrect insertion of nny classified ad. 1936 Ford 4-dobr'se(tni); extra'clean 815 Ohlcka'Siiwba. 9-18-pk-21 One Massey-Harris combine. V. M. ^rlster, Ya'rbro. fl[18-pk21 Electric table radios cheaper at Radlo Hospital. 201 W. Ash. ^ 9-14-pk-H For Soli. ulrls bicycle in good condition. Ph 3227 - 0-18-pk-22 Four room house located on large lot with garden. Three blocks from grade, and high schools. Phone mi - 8|25-pk-9!85 Man's Victory model bicycle liTraoci condition. Good tires. Can be seen at 310 West walnut after 5pm 9|13-dh-tf Beige Coat Suit, size 18, Swansdown make, worn one time; $42 50 value for $25. Pair of new black Vitality shoes, 614 B, gaberdine &, patent SJ£T , Dunn ' 1415 w> Maln - Phollc 2671 from 9 to B. 9-18-pk25 JUST RECEIVED! 220-440 volt % H.P. electric motors selling, at $39.90. Montgomery 1 _Ward & Co. 9-18-ck-25: oats, hay. Pul-O-Pep")io'iairi! dairy feeds. Custom feed finding. Blytheville Grain and Elevator Co. 9jl8-ck-tf » rooms and bath, completely 1m-; « „ d - Desira «e neighborhood. Built-in cabinets throughout 'the , house, furnace heat, electric range ' and refrigerator. Write Box' XYZ % Courier News. - . '9[lS-pk-23 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes in a pleasing neighborhood. Take yoiir choice for $2100 on easy terms .See S. Jiedel, 224 Main, or .your own agent. Or write Julius jieflel 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. ATTENTION! For those harU-to-get items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking all 'over the country- try PARKHURST 'first! In 'biisi- ness since 1904. Everything for the home, office and 'school •' • PARKHURST, Phono 9G6 —107-109 E. Main. ,,,.-..,,,,,,. -.S-M-ck-H-U Twin Gables night club. Also garage on Highway 61 adjoining Twin GivMes. write J. M. Buchanan at " , Ark. 9JlG-p'k-23 Insiant battery charger, almost new. No Phone calls. Potter's Slaleline Service vStalion. 9-15-ch-22 134 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. SCEIV- NER, Corning, Ark. S-6-pk-S In exclusive residential section. Eight room residence, two acres land, adjoining city limits on East Main Street. This home is plastered throughout, automatic baih heater, equipped with butane gas, attic fan, beautifully landscaped, with' four room servant house. Price. $8,500.00. Some Terms. Possession today. H. c. Campbell ' Phone 2S41 -•• 9|15-pk-22 FARMS FOR SALE 46'/i A. just N. of Armorel. 2 'good houses and ba'rn, No loan. $125 per A. Terms. 55 A. just N. of Armorel. 2 houses, small tern. Mixed soil, $125 per A. Above places arc really worth the money. 'Crops this year speak for themselves. 105 A. right at 40 and 8. Main gravel road. Extra good home wlllj lights and all modern conveniences. Good barn. 82!-:, A. Just s. of 40 and a gin on levee. There is no better land, Pair improvements. $125 per A. Terms. lw A. about 2 Si miles SE of Armorel store. There Is no belter farm land in Miss. County. Shown by appointment only. 55 A. s. of Blytheville on Hwy. 01. Good C room house with lights. 2 tenant houses & barn. $105 per A. 80 A. w. of Gosnell. Land is far enough West to get into the good cypress soil. Lies 16 mile along small ditch, with lateral ditch '/, mile to the West. Perfect- drainage. 2 good complete sets of build- Ings. $125 per A. 40 A. land Sw. Manila. On grave! road. This place belongs to an Insurance company which only requires $900 down—balance 5180 per year. Good faun 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, Has 4 room house, is all in cultivation 420 A. just West of Osceola. Main gravel road runs through farm. Extra good Improvements. About 100 A. of Alfalfa on place. Shown by appointment only. I have -several thousand acres in Mississippi 'Courtly being subdivided. On main highways, with electricity, and school and mall bus routes. Well improved. Close to gins, stores and churches. Shown by appointment only ALL THE -ABOVE LAND IS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARK. 80 A. in Dunklin County, .Mo, About 70% In cultivation. -Good house 'and barn. Just olT slate highway. This is as good a piece of land as anybody would want. A small drainage ditch y. mile along this '_80 bus jusl been completed. Price $15 pe arcre. 80 A. in Dunklin County. All in cultivation; 'On :goba road. -3' houses and barn. Best' type' of loam. Cheap taxes. $QO per acre. 240 A.'In Pemlscot/Courity, Mo.-Well improved. On main highway. Ughts, school bus ami 'ma 11 routes. Can- b'e divided into two 120^ A. tracts with about the same improvements 'on each, plenty of houses and barns. Owned by insurance -company and small down payment will handle. 160 A % in Pemiscot County. 5 houses. Oood cypress land. On main gravel-road. Belongs tp insurance company. Small down payment 15 years on balance. Three 80 acre tracts in Pemiscot County. Each lias plenty of good buildings. These three ,80's have large insurance company loan at 5% interest, payable over 12 years. H rtoes not take much money to handle them. I also have listings on several desirable tracts in SE Missouri. Some have air wanted improvements They range from 40 A. to plantations. Muy be bought on terms with small dawn payment RIAI.ES LAND CO. RUSSELL E. RIALES 'Olencoe Hotel Phone 464 9-19-pk-22 NO, SIR! It's not too early, right now Is the tii»Vto start buying those gift itcj^s of. all kinds that you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladies' and gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts ties hosiery, hats, traveling bags, musical instruments, and other items too numerous to mention NOW, while our store is crammed full and running over PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone 96G. 9-14-ck-H-tf Electric and Battery RruliosT Hardaivay Appliance Co. - 9-7-ch-7 Fuel will 'be scarce 'this 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, Ark. 8-23-ch-23 rwoi Bric(t buildings; one 2 story a«jfone building 50x40. Inquire at As\T & Broadway. 0. Abraham, 8130-ck-9130 Seed rye, barley and oats. Top qualify. L. K. Ashcraft JX Phone 493. 9-G-ch-G EtECTRIC REFRIGERATORS we have one six foot display box, four beverage coolers, and a few household boxes while they last. All are reconditioned throughout. JACK MARSH & SON Refrigeration Service 216 E. Main St. 9|7-ck-21 35 cu. ft. reach in refrigerator; one 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with counter top; one 10 ft. meat display case, E, B. Gee Salea Co., phone 2028. 8-12-ck-ti HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured wife of famous flyer, Ann.! Morrow * 9 Satisfy 13 Space 14 Path 3 Born 4 Challenge 5 Otherwise 0 Rodent 7 African antelope 8 Fowls 9 Bridge ,J5 College social'10 Arrival (ab.) , Junction \-, 11 pedal digit 1C Equal . v « 12 p r | nt measure 17 Shock 20 Fish eggs 18 God of war 22 Lyric poem 19 Before 23 Us 21 Mule oftspring 24 Measure of 23 Pjle arca 26 Prevent .' .JSPcrlnlninc to 2!) Eradicate nav y :-,\ Wash away • :2GPi ece O f wood 33 Virginia (ab.) 27'Paid notice .34 Rough lava 28 Musical note 35 Pulls 38 Protective covering 41 Lubricant 42 A v jd 43 "onkcy 4 5 Beverage 47 Arabian SO Tissue (anat.) 53 Male sheep (Pi.) 57 Bring to boiling point 58 Man's name 59 Biblical personage 60 Whirlpool 61 Several oilier books have been • VERTICAL .ILIck Z Anger GOR !P TTr OKR £t0^e S'y SO Droop ( ij,'; 32 Knoclc -, 35 Accomplish 3C Rhode Island (ab.) 37 Distress signal 38 Exist 39 Either v 10 New York (ab.) 43 Cnpabl? 44Slair 45 Lofty 40 War god •17 Lincoln's nickname 48 Wand •19 Assist 51 Australian bird 02 Library (ab,) 54 Coal residue ', SSGfrl's name '! 5C liiblical name' Wanted to Buy Used Cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAOAN, 015 Chlcka- sawba. 9|13-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Harda- w.iy Appliance Co. Phone 2071. S-ll-ck-10-11 Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 8|7-ck-tr Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good nsed furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per aoz. for wire coat Cleanerg. Wanted Will .fiirrilsh. an efficiency apartment • with lights and water to a Cadet's wife (No children), who will do housekeeping for landlady and two children. Apply in persdn, 101 E..Cherry St., Mrs. Mclba Cobb. .'* 9i20-pk-22 Aircraft mechanic. Oiic that can do recovering. No license necessary. If you-can do any kind of aircraft work, call us. Jonesboro Plying Service, Jonesboro, Ark. 9|10-j)k-26 Cadet's wife to' stay with 8 yr. olri child on occasional afternoons. J51G Hearn. Phone 2337, 9|lSpk22 Girl to help with house work for room nucl board. Phone 26T7. 9[I9-pk-22 Beauty operator. Apply Beauty Bar. 18-ck-25 Wress man and suck feeder at Blytheville Gin Co. 9-18-ck^25 Experienced cooks and wsltrenes. Apply Hotel Noble. U-ck-U Fer Rent Has Moved Hack To K's Old Location 1» Glcncoe Hotel I'll. 461 Kussell fc. llORchw, ttuta »nd BUM eliminated. Coulracl nrrtce 'In pcii control. Biddle Exterminator* Pie* Ultimate*. 115 S. Tliiril Phone 2751 WE FILL ALL BOCTOM' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU HUNKI STEWART'S St«r e M»!n * Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn fnm Blfh Bedroom, close to bus line. 1613 <W. He am. Oiao-pk-27 5 room house, partly furnished, In Pride Addition. Inquire ct 2210 Marguerite St. 9-lu-pk-22 Bedroom with private bath. 621 W. Walnut. Phone 3295. 0|19-pk-2i Bedroom convenient to bntli. 611 West Main. Phone 3325. D]19-i>k2G Bedroom convenient, to bath. Close In. 310 West Walnut. fl-19-pk-2a Bedroom, 'convenient to buth, hot water all the time. 127 K Kentucky. Phone 2609. 9|18-l)k-21 Othce 'In Uuwjn BiUldlng. Inqulri »t the Parkhttnt Oo. 11-so-ck-t) 'Jobs Wanted Bookkeeping, experienced, permanent resident. Phone Services I have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2641 8|2B-pk-28 Painting nnd paper hanging. J. B. Freeman, Phone 2434. 8j22-plc-Dj22 Household Help Wanted WANTED BY COUPLE. White woman to cook and do general hoiisework in country home with all city conveniences, 25 miles from Memphis. Box 127, Gllmorc Ark., or may contact Mrs. Vlnson at Montgomery Wn'rd, Blylhevillc. 9j20-i)k-0j27 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. ' fl-25-pfc-25 Baby-buggy in goad condition $10 Phone 2500. 9!19-pk-2I 280 acres, best (cypress) Hltie~Riv^ cr, loamy land, west of Sikeslon on Highway 00, electric, R.PD school bus and transportation line' about 270 cultivated, five houses' three barns, finest soil for corn' cotton, soy beans, alfalfa. No gumbo—no sand. Price $110.00 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. This will sell don't wait. Payment with Interest and taxes total about like rent Have several small good farms now Caleb Smith 217 E. Malone Ave. Sikeslon, Mo. Wanted To Trade 1940 Chevrolet 2 door, clean, low mileage, for light pick-up; or will buy pick-up outright. Sec s I, Warren. 123 West Vine St., Thursday or Friday. 9 20-pk-23 Cockroaches, from the human ewpoini have one good trait they kill bedbugs. J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Blytheville, Ark. COTTONSEED BAGS and SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Be/ore You Buy! J. L. TERRELL Off ice 111 S. Bdy. Phone 2631 MR. FARMER DRAGLINE AVAILABLE About October "15th For Farm Ditching—Make Arrangements Now. , Surveying Of All Kinds Contact W. D. COBB, Civil Eng. P. 0. Box .101, Rlylhcvillc, Ark. Phone 822 For Sale 285 Acre* of highly Improved land on Highway 61 four miles south of Ely- titcvllle- C. G. Smith Etatr Cinntagbmii VULCAIlZinG Tire ft Tob« Repttr C.IUO Belt RJL .* «. Bwj. fl wHh ln«Uc M. Pta.) Is your car standing idle much of lh« lime under gbs rationing? Does it cost you more to keep it En rrfm than it pays back in transportation? Why not turn It into money-geod money? Sell it to bs-and let som« war worker have the oppor- tunity to get vitally needed' *V transportation! BRING TPUR CAR TO US... TODAY.' Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. ~~ -*— ' i -.-•-.•;.. ;— ....,.*.. >_ ti HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops Batteries wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently go dead withoul advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvcn- icncc and annoyance Ijy letting ws 'checli your battery now Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of cars and trucks, therefore, re- gardlcss of the kind of ear you own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. The Allcrriiilivo WELU-'KJOW VOUVE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS The Doiil's Of!'! 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