The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1944 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
Page 11
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^HURSpAY; SEPTEaiBER 21, 19-14 CLASSIFIED^ ADVERTISING INFORMATION . -.-••' •""• i"- 1 ""<•' for consecutive Insertions: Minimum charge 5bc i time pcr line i'lSo / J '"lies per line per day...,.,..i2o • %P times per line per day g c 5 times per line per day.,. 7 C 12 limes pcr line per day 5 C 1 Month per Hue "g0 0 Ads ordered for three, or six times nnd stopped before expiration will t» charged for the number ol times (lie ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from Ihe above table Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Inser tlon of any classified ad. CHKISTMAS CARDS printed with your name. 25c pcr inn mid 5<te per 100. Place vou {- „,.,,". now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE _ 9-21-ck-21 Gbicycle in 1 condition. ~Ph 9-J8-pk-22 i I Tv," 1 h ? ISC IOCBted °n large lot with garden. Three blocks from Grade n nd high schools. Phone J ""; 8!25-pk-9j25 Man's Victory mode^rw^clcir^d condition. Good tires. Can be wn at 310 West Walnut after 5 pm ^_ i ___^-_^_. 0|13-dh-tf Beige Coat Suit, size IB, Swansdown '"' " °" e time; $ 42 - 5 ° value , c - vaue for 52D. Pair of new black Vitality slices, CK B, gaberdine & patent Mrs. Dunn, 1415 W. Main. Phone 2Gn from 9 to 6. -^ JUST RECEIVED' ao -440 volt x HP. electric motors n $39 ' 00 - M ™Lsomery Co. 9-18-ck-25 and ats hay. dairy feeds. Custom feed BLYTHEVlL'tsE (ARK.)' RIALES LAND GO. . grinding. Blythevllle -Grain and Elevator Co. 0118-ck-tf FARMS FOK SALK «% A. just N. of Armorel. 2 good houses ami barn. No loan. S125 pel A. Terms. M A. Just N. of Armorel. 2 houses small barn. Mixed soil. S125 per A Terms, Above places are]>' wortji Hie money. Crops tills year speak for themselves, 105 A. right at 40 and 8. Main gravel road. Extra good homo with lights and all modern conveniences. Good barn. 82Si A. Just S. of 40 and 8 gin on levcc. There is no better land. Pair Improvements. $125 per A. Terms 280 A. about 2',(. miles SE of Aniio- rcl store. There is no better farm land hi Miss. Comity. Shomi by appointment only. 55 A. S. of Blythevillc on Hwy. 61. Good 6 room house with lights 2 tenant houses & barn. S11J5 per A 80 A. w. of Gosncll. Land is fnr enough West to get Into the good cypress soil. Lies >.<, mile along small ditch, with lateral ditch '4 mile to the West. Perfect drainage. 2 good complete sets of buildings. $125 per A. 40 A. land Sw. Mnnlla. On gravel road. This place belongs lo an insurance company which only requires $900 clown—balance $180 per year. Good farm land-has been sown in .soybeans Hie past 'i years. Price $4500. For someone wanting a home, this is the easiest 40 A, to own I know of. Has J 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 jilace. Shown by appointment only. I have several thousand acres In Mississippi County being subdivided. On main Highways, with electricity, and school and mail bus routes. Well improved, Close to gins, stores and churches. Shown by appointment only. ALL THE ABOVE LAND IS IN MISSISSIPPI COtjNTY. ARK 8tl A. in Dunklln County, Mo. About 10% in cultivation. Good house and barn. Just oil state highway This is as good a piece of land as anybody would want. A small drainage ditch ',( mile along this 80 has just been completed Price $15 pe arcfc. 80 A, in Dimklin Comity. All in cultivation. Oil good road. 3 houses and barn. Best type of loam Cheap taxes. $ao per acre. "ilrr^FIr house, furnace heat, electric ranee fliwl *-itf«l,. i_. ... .. _ ««llfal. , nee and refrigerator. Write Box XYZ % Courier News. 9jl6-pfc-23 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes in a pleas- mg . neighborhood. Take your choice for S2100 on easy terms See S. Jiedel, 224 Main, of your own agent. Or write Julius Jiedel 2151 Poplar, Mcniphis, tenn. 9)lG-ck-16 'ATTENTION! For those hard-to-gel items, maybe you didn't know where to go No use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST first! In business since 190-1. Everything for the home, office and school PARKHURST, Phone ODG —107-109 E. Main. 9-H-ck-H-tf Electric table radios chcapw^t^iT dio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-U-pk-H Twin Gables night club. Also garage on Highway GI adjoining Twin Gables. Write J. M. Buchanan at Watson, Ark. OjIfi-pk-23 Inslnnt battery charger, almost hew. No Phone calls. Potter's Slatcline Service Station. 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. SCBIV- NEB, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-G In exclusive residential section. Eight room residence, two acres land, adjoining city limits on East Main Street. This home is plastered throughout, automatic batli heater, equipped with butane gas attic fan, beautifully landscaped, < fwilh four room servant house Price 58,500.00. Some Terms. Possession today. H. C. Campbell Phone 2641 ( __ g[15-pk-22 NO, s r R i It's not too 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, hat., traveling bags, musical Instruments, and other items too numerous to mention NOW, while our store is cram med full and running over PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone S66. 9-H-ck-H-tf Lights, school bus and mail routes Can be divided into two 120 A tracts with about the same inv provements on each. Plenty of houses and barns. Owned by insurance company and small down payment will handle. ISO A. in Pcrniscot County. 5 houses Good cypress land. On main gra- . vel road. Belongs to insurance company. Small down payment, 15 years on balance. Three 80 acre tracts in Pemiscot County. Each has plenty of goor buildings. These three 80's have large insurance company loan al 5% interest, payable over 12 years It does not take much money to . handle them. , I also have listings on several desirable tracts in SE Missouri. Some have all wanted improvements They range from 40 A. to plantations. May be bought on terms with small down payment. IUALES LAND CO RUSSELL E. RIALES Glencoe Hotel Phone 454 _;, . O-IB-pk-22 .1,6 Pictured governor 12I,oriat . 13 Rent roll 14 Gone by 15 Dregs 17 Snare 19 Bo he 20 Animals ' 22 Mother 23 Division ot the calyx i event 6 War god 7 Pause 8 Names <nb.) , 9 Siamese coin 10 Gibbon 11 Beasts of burden 14 Station 201'lay I ho part 10 Babylonian bt host 29 Darter 30 Elcvalo 31 Debit note ; <ab.) .. ; 32 Any <U ; . . 33JIe was — • governor of I Georgia in i the last : election i 36 Asiatic kingdom 40 Musical study 41 Fowl (pi.) 42 Right (ab.) ; 43 Perform ' menial work • 48 Symbol for tantalum 'if 1 40 Dispossess \ 52 Homon road •53 Outbuilding 55 Spotted 57 Bury 5!) Follows alter • GO Hows VERTICAL :J. 1 Expungcr ^ 2 French plural deity 18 Top of the head 20 Mingled. 21 Unusual 24 Pareul 25Addended 27 Hindu queen 45 Indians 28 East Indies 4CI-Vom (ab.> 33 Roman emperor 34 Iking into liarmony 3. r > Greek letter 37 Measure 38 Flowers 3'J Conduct 44 Ritual 41 Sand " "' I SO Male offspring SISitt- of shot ' (pl ) i SSSaintc (nb ) ,' 54 She , J 5C Symbol for '• gold i 58 Symbol for J nickel ' : 1 iO I'l It. Help Wariteti Woman (o do general house work in small home one or more days weekly at hours (o suit worker's convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Call 5(il or 20S<I at night. Experienced waitress wanted at once. Apply at Rcinnnller's Cafe D-21-ck-25 FARMS FOR SALE ' All sizes, from 30 acres up. $25 per acre and up. See or write E. J. MUKPHY Real Estate Broker Advance, Mo. 8-25-pk-25 80 acres, best (cypress) Little River, loamy land, west ot Sikeslon on Highway-CO, electric, RPD school 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 acre, unusual terms. Make small payment now and close deal DC cember 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. Sikeston, Mo. 9!!5-ck-23 For Rent Bedroom, private entrance MIB Sisk, 20!) w. Kentucky. Appiv after G p. in. 0-21-pk-28 licdroom with private b.ilh. fi21 w Walnut. Phone 3295. 9;iO-pk-24 Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 0-7-cl\-7 Fncl wifl be scarce this Win- ter—IJiiy a Warm Morning Healer and get more heat from less coal. We'll help yoii make application for a certificate. " We have farm trailers on rubber. Lee Wilson & Co., Armorel, Ark. 8-23-ch-23 Two brick buildings; one 2 story nnd one building 50x40. Inquire at Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. 8|30-ck-9i30 Seed rye, barley and oats. Top qualify. L. K. Ashcraft __Co. Phono J93. 0-6-ch-6 One 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; jne.,20. ^u. 1; rt, reach In refrigerator; one !2 ft. beverage coolerwith counter top; one 10 ft. meat dls- P ay case. E. B. Ceo Sales Co., pb.oh'6 202(5. ' • ••'•• 8-12-Ck-tf Bedroom, close to bus line 1513 w Hcar "- 9;20-pk-27 5 room house, partly furnished, in , Pride Addition. Marguerite St. Inquire at 2219 9-19-pk-22 Bedroom convenient to bath. 611 West Main. Phone 332,5. 9;ifllpjc2G Bedroom convenient to bath Close in. 310 West Walnut, 9-18-pk-22 Office IB tnsram Building, inquire tt the Farfchurit Co. ll-30-c*-tf Will furnish an efnclency apnrlmcnl with lights and water to a Cadet's wife (No children), who will do housekeeping for landlady and two children. Apply in person 101 E. Cherry St., Mrs. Mellja Cobb. Aircraft mechanic, One that can do recovering. No license necessary If you can do any kind of alr- crull work, call us. Jonesboro Flying Service, Jonesboro, Ark. 9!ia-pk-2C Cadet's wife to stay with 8 yr. old child on occasional afternoons 1510 Hearn. Phone 2537. 9|19pk22 Girl to help with house work for room and board. Phone 2017. Beauty operator. Apply Beauty Bar. Press mnn nnd suck feeder nt B!y- thcvllle Gin Co. 9-18-ck-25 Experienced coofca uid waltrewes Apply Hotel.Noble. l«-ck-tf 'Jobs Wanted Bookkeeping, cxpcrienewl, permanent resident. Phone 3223. • Oj20-pk-23 Services I have no sidelines — EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales and service H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2G41 8128-pk-28 Painting and paper hanging. J. B. Freeman, Phone 2434. 8j22-pk-9'22 Wanted to Bun Used cars & trucks, Any make, or model. C. C. EAOAN, 015 'Chlcka- sawba. . 9[13-pk-13 Pianos bought and Bold. Tuning awl repairing. George Ford, Hnrda- way Appliance Co. Phone 2011. 9-11-ck-lO-ll Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 817-ck-lf Will pay cash for flO.JOO worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per aoz. for wins cost hangers. Hudsoc Gleoncm. Wanted To Went Unfurnished two or three room apartment or small houe. Phone 2390 nhd for Hnzcl Smith Wanted To Trade lfl-)0 Chevrolet 2 door, clean, low mileage, for light pick-up; or will buy pick-up outright. See S. I, Warren. 123 West Vine St., Thursday or Friday. 9|20-pk^23 "us Moved Hack To It's Old Location In Glencoe Hotel I'll. 164 Russell K. Illnlcs Kimcliis, Rata and 'Ml« tUml- untcd. Contract itrvlce la pe«t control Biddle Exterminators fnt Estimate*. 1!B S. Third rhont Z151 WE FILL AM, DOCTOHH' PRESCRIPTIONS AND HAVJS MONJST S T E W A R T' 9 D r • j S t • r « M»ln * L*k* Fki>, Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Die Hickory Inn A»tM turn Hijh BohMl For Sale 285 'Acres of highly, improved land on Highway 61 four miles sooth of Hl'y-' llicville. C, G. Smith Elmer Tire Jt Tab* R«p*tr U«ltw feu KJL. A t . Hw r . (F»r»wl7 Vlth Kncler Am. rt Is your car standing idle much \ofthe time under ga$ rationing? Does \\ cos» you more lo keop if Err trim than it pays back irt transportation? Why not turn It into "money-Tgeod monfcy? Sell 5t to us-and let some war worked have the oppoN tunily to 1 get vitally' needed transportation! CAR TO US... TO DAY! 'OOP Cockroaches, from Ihe human viewpoint, have one good trail ^-i they kill bedbugs. Household Help Wanted WANTED BY COUPLE. White' woman to cook and 'do general housework in country'home with all city conveniences, 25 miles from Memphis, Box 12'?,- Gilmore, Ark., or may contact' Mrs. Vlnson at Montgomery Ward, Blylheville .Urges \yinfer Slock HAVERHILL, Mass. (UP)—VPhllc the temperature soared to an hll- sumtnor high of 100 degrees, Ernest A. Howard of the HiwcrhHl ra- ioning board urged friends to stock il> on snow shovels, explaining Iliat Ihey probably will he rationed this winter. No Soup COTTONSEED BAGS and , •'' SOYBEAN BAGS / See Us Before You Buy! J. L TERRELL Office 111 S.Bdy. Phone 263! DRAGLINE AVAILABLE I About October 15th For Farm Ditching—Make Arrangenicnls NcAv. Surveying: Of All Kinds Contact W. D. CQBB, Civil Eng. P. 0. Itox 101, Rlythci-illc, Ark. l>l, 0 ne 822 ^^Vrl%^ : P^SSA 1 L---A dM(^-Jw&^.vvj FHECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS OTHER. GIRL CLAIMING OWMERSMIP OF MY tEGS AND "nicy CLAIMED Til EM AS Tl IEIE fofrccwb^r^ /> [/ Thu Liidy Had ;i Ucason I HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops Bntfcries wear• out faster with today's irregular driving. Thev frcnucntly _go dead' without advance warnin ff . Guard ngainsl lost time, inconvcn- icnce and annoyance hy letting tis check your battery now Gciiume Ford IJatleries fit all makes of cars and trucks, therefore, regardless of the kind of car yon own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO: Walnut at 5th Tel. 453 WASH TUBES By FRED HARMAft In Sii BY LESLIE TURNER THE HIGH COMMAND. SOT. UNMlMDPUL Of PASr USEFUL SERVICES,A«0 KNOWS YOU S0lt> M1UTARV SECRETS TO THE HIGHEST 6IPPEl?,NOr ALWAYS Jftf*AM! HAVE I NOr SERVED THE JAP/VNE«E AT SHW.'fiHW AMP SINGAPORE? w\y MUST I BE HELD UNDER SENTRIES, LIKE A PRISONER? i— •?/ AH, ]100TS AND HER JBY EDGAR MARTIN VOHrVt ARt VOO b OK) XOS2 bOWtWtofc WSON16 ?

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