The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 22, 1944
Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: vilnlmum Charge ........... 50c •l lime per line ........... ' !5a Heglstcred cocker Spaniel puppy. Granddaughter of My Own Bru- cle. Six months old, Cull 2254. 9-22-ck-26 ........... im* per line per day ........ 120 i timt$i>er line per day ...... 9c I times per line per day ........ is 1 2 times per line per day ........ 50 • Month per lino ............... 90o . Ads ordered for three or six times uid stopped before expiration will •« charged for the number of tunes • he ad appeared and adjustment of |>lll made. All Classified Advertising copy lubmltted by persons residing out- llde of the city must be accom- hanjed by cash. Rates may be easily Computed trom the above table. I Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken or more than one incorrect Inser- for Sale 6 room house with servant's house and 2 garages. 1023 Holly st Phone 210V. D22-'pk-29 1939 Bulck sedan, excellent "condition, radio and heater. HOC Hcam. _^__^ 9j22-pk-23 2 pr. horses and Oliver tractor. El- bcrt Bi-yeans, North Highway 61. 9|22-pk-26 FARMS FOU SALE ••All sizes, from 30 acres up. "' $25 per acre and up. . See or write B. J. MURPHY : , ,: Real Estate Broker .•.•tluli. Advance, Mo. ' • •;.. 8-25-pk-25 W.orSal* I'EKSON'/tUZEI) . CHRISTMAS CARDS lu-inted with your numc. 25o per 100 1 and 50c per 100. Place your order | now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-21-ck-2l Kleetric drink box. One 1-1 ft War- reu dry Urluk lx>x. 20 Inch counter lop. Coca-Cola red porcelain For anyone In need of a real drink box this is it. Roy Coleman. Gideon, Mo., or Jack- Marsh. Blythe- illc - 9-22-pk-lU-ij •'our room house located on large lot with garden. Three blocks from grade and high schools. Phone I 31B1 - 8|2S-pk-9|25 •tais clothing, consisting o£ suits ^ overcoat, raincoat, shirts, all iu good condition. Also Singer hand j vacuum cleaner. 121 West, Cherry. 9-22-1A-26 . mo'de! bicycle In good L. Good tires, can be seen io West Walnut after 5, p . m . 9]13-dh-U lieige Coat Suit, size 18, Swansdown 1 make, worn one time; $4260 value for $25. Pair of new black Vitality shoes, 6V4 B, gaberdine & patent. Mrs. Dunn, HI5 W. Main. Phone | 2671 from a to 6. 9-18-pk25 280 acres, best-'(cypress) LUtle River, loamy land, west of Slkcslon on Highway GO, electric. R.P.D., 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, Sikeston, Mo. _^.._^. 9|15-ck-23 Help Wanted Woman to do general house .work in small home one or more days weekly at hours lo suit worker's .convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. C'ji)! 401 or 208'1 at night. LABORERS While and Colored. To assist in assembling attractions of the Buckeye State Shows torn, oats, hayTFul-O-Pep poultry Holiest wage scale paid. Ap, a " d ,, dlilr i'_-.feeds. .Custom .reed'lib' to Superintendent, 8 a. m. Grain and' Monday, at the •Fairgrounds. _ JUST RECEIVED! |20-«0 volt.« HP. electric motors ^ sclltng . at $39.90. Montgomery I Ward & Co. 9-18-ck-25 ..-e nl5hed..' : r ; Desirable neighborhood Built-in-:;cabinets t Uiroughput. the I Jioiise, .thrnace heat; electric range I and refrigerator. Write Box XYZ .Courler._Newv.,. ?|16-pk : 23 ; 325-MISSOURI- ••> . i 514 LA CLEDE , . |wo nicj: 4 room hc-mes -inta pleas- 1 ing neighborhood. Take your I choice; for $2100 on easy terms See S. 1 Jiedel, 22-1 Maih, .6r your' I own agent. Or write Julius Jledcl, I 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tcnn. Experienced! waitress;• wanted,' at ! ofice.' = A°p > i)iy at'SeinmUler's ; Cafe. 9-2i-ck-:>5 Aircraft rjicchan.fc,.;One ;tha,t,can dp recovering. No license necessary! .![, you can do any^.kind of a!r- • craft work, call usyjonesboro Flying' Service, Joncsboro, Ark. ' ;":< '••'• •,""' '•-, j',•/? r.9|I9-pk-26 ATTENTION!, •'or those hard T tp-get. items, maybe 1 you didn't know where to go. No I use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST flrstMn'busi- 1 ness since 1904. Everything for the | home, office and school. PARKHURST, Phone 966 —107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-14-tf llectrlc table radios cheaper at Ra' -"- Hospital. 204 W. Ash. _^ 9-H-pk-14 •win Gables night club. Also garage Ion Highway 61 adjoining Twin I Gables. Write J. M. Buchanan at | Watson, ''Ark. . 0116-pk-23 acres, with 40 acres timber. All I under.wire fence. One mile East I of Stonewall, Ark. Known as the I Hoffman farm. AH level. Anyone I interested write to L. A. SCRIV^ | NKR, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-G Farm For Sale |IO acres' hear Parma, Mo. ISanriAToam bottom, on [GraWl road and electricity I Address Mrs. L. E. Montgomery, I Walnut. Lane Farm, Route No 1 I Dcxter,;Mi5souri. 9-8-|)k-lti _ N 0, S I R ! I's not too early, right now Is the start buying those gift lltemsXof all kinds that you didn't •know were obtainable. Also ladies' land gentlemen's furnishings in • handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts ties • hosiery, hat.j. traveling bags, mil-' Isical instruments, and other items •too numerous to mention I NOW, while our store is cra'm- Imed full and running over PARKHURST, 101-109 E. Main. Phone 900. 9-14-ck-14-U lleclric and Battery Radios. [HarcJaway Appliance Co. " . , 0-7-ch-T .uel will be scarce this Win- ter—Uuy a Warm Morning I Heater and get more heat ' ' . coal. We'll help ; application for a |Wc'-S\ave farm trailers on Irubher. I Lee Wilson & Co., Armorel, I Ark. 8-23-ch-23 wo brick buildings; one 2 story land one building 50x40. Inquire at |Ash & Broadway. C. Abraham. 8|30-Ck-9!30 rye, barley and oafs. Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft ^ .493. 9-G-ch-G P e 35 « u - "• reach In refrigerator; one 20 ou. ft. reach In refrlgera- |tor; one 12 tt. beverage cooler Kith counter top; one 10 K. meat display case. E. B. <3ea Sales Co., Lv • 8-12-ck-t Cadet's .wife to stay with S yr. old child , OII T occasional .afternoons. •1516 Hearn. Phone' 2537.' 9jl9pk22 Beauty operator. Apply Beauty Bar. ......' , ...... 18-ck-25 Press man and suck feeder at Ely- thevllle'.Gin Co. 9-I8-ck-25 Experienced coots and waitresses Apply Hotel.Noble. l«-ek-tf Household Help Wanted WANTED BY COUPLE. White woman to cook mid do general housework in country home with all city conveniences, 25 miles from Memphis. Box 127, Gilraore, Ark., or may contact Mrs. Vinson at Montgomery Ward, Blytheville. 9j20-pk-9j2l I Have Opened NEW OFFICES 104 S. Second Located In The First National Bank Building. New Phone, 264l H. C. Campbell Exclusive Heal Estate Dealer J8LYTTOVJLLB' : '('ARk^ NEWS" 1 ' 'BALL HORIZONTAL : 1,5 Pictured ', football sl'ar, fj U. Comdr. 11 On the ocean 12 Skill 13'Exist ;,H Stable ; 15 New (prefix) (16 Short sleep j17 Observe ' i18 Crazy :20Kmploy i23 Also 2S Units 2 King of Judah (Bib.) 3 To wax 4 Midwestern stale 5 Large number 0 Be/ore 1 Small parllclc 8 Manual part o! body 9 Age 21 Infant ' (ab.) , - 29 Mowing-slick 40 Sign Qi . . .„- -32 Musical note 41 Long fishes s ' 10Corded fabric 33Ne?4 42 He js now in'' 19 Part of circle i34 MolJ*pffsp'nng \ the'—j; ' '•• 20 Upward ' 35 He mas a > .43 Specific' day 21 South Amer- - , player on (he 44 H«nllli'resort lea (ab.) Notre Damn 45 Goal • 28 He is at 22 Eradicate ; .> : 47 Veterinary jji Iowa Pre- 53 Stories' 30 Channel .' (ob.) • ;fy 24 Ocean (ab.) •'••'Islands (ab.) 49 Scatter seed ':• 25 Exclamation ; 37 Transpose .50 Abslrapt being flight 30 Account of (ab.) 31 Indian mulberry 32 Endures 35 Build 1 38 Dined 39 Title ot i respccl 40 Individual . 42 Require ' 44 Masculine name 46 Feminine name ; 48 Urn !51 Pastry • 52 Bulgarian ' coin ; 53 English school ,54 Pardon ; 55 Current • events VERTICAL '; 1 Punch fclALES LAND CO. lias Moved Dark To H's O1<1 Location In Glencoe Hotel »'h. «l Uussell K. Rlalw Roaches, Itati and Mice eliminated. Contract Krrtce In pc.t control Biddle Exterminator! Vm EatlnutCT. ' . ; :• 111 8. Third , fhoat «51 WR T1U, ALL DOCTOR* 1 PRESCRIPTIONS AND HAVE ¥011 MONEI STEWART'S Drii SUr e * L»k» rk«t an Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn ' Atrtti htm Rl|h For Rent Two room furnished .,, Phone 2801 or 2V59. apartment.' 0-22ck-l-tl Bedroom with private bath. 621 w Walnut. Phone 3295. . 0|13-pk-24' Room for rent. 900 West Walnut. j 9;22-pk-20 Bedroom, close to bus line. 1513 W. tairii. ^ 9[20-pk-27 Two bedrooms convenient to hath Phone 25H. 9|22-pk-26 5 room house, partly furnished, In Pride Addition. Inmjirc at 221!) Marguerite St. fl-19-pk-22 Bedroom convenient to bath. 611 West Main. Phone 3325. 9119-pk26 Bedroom convenient to bath. Close in. 310 West Walnut. 9-19-pk-25 Gtt\6i;to> Infiam Building. Inquire jitjttieJParlthunt Co. 11-SO-ck-tf Wanted ToUent Unfurnished' ap.irtmeiil or 1 4 'or 5 rooin house. 1 Pcimnneiit' residents. Call' 44T. ' D-!!2-ck-29 Unfurnished '<Uvo or-.three- room apartment or;small•holic., rhone 3308. mid:ask.for "Hazel-Smith. i.i,... •-••..iB-21-nk-24 Wanted to Buy Used cnrs & trucks. Any mnke or model. C. C. EAGAN, 015 Chlcka- fl|13-pk-13 Pianos bought nncl sold. Timing nntl repatrlnc. George Ford, Harrta- way Appliance Co.. Phone 2071. 8-a-ck-lO-ll Hay and Corn. Dlythertllo Groin anil Elevator Co. 817-ck-tt Will pay cash for 110,000 worth of good ns«d furnl- _ture. Wade Furnitnre Co. Will pay 20o per aot. for wire cost hangers. Hudson Cleanen. Wanted To Trade 1940 Chevrolet 2 door, clean, low mileage, for light pick-up; or will buy pfck-up -outright.'-See S Li •Warren, 123 West Vine St., Thursday-oil Friday. ^ •;,•: , 9j20-pk-23 Cockroach^, fjoin ' l,he .•Viewpoint, have 'one good trait Iheyjul! bedbugs. [. '_'. •Taieeti'Vp !'<"'• 0 11 m'ule ':• '"i bii- Jobs Wanted Bookkeeping: : 'experiencc'd, permanent 'resident^ Phone 3223.i i i : • 9i20-pk-23 1 Services •. I have no sidelines.— ^EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE ' Sales arid'service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2(3-11 8|28-pk-28 Prahest Stock Gurmnteed B«st Prlt* Kirby Drag Stores 1 mure, whltc^witlv red and .. . inure, bln7cd' ; fate, brmidc'd on" 'rlglit -hip;" blafed fncc^'miy colt,- iiix)lit i"i>v. bid. 'Hornersvilic, Mo. 4; Wallace Cole. <'- 9"22-pk-2C iSiai lack, jnalt' piippy!' 3 ''moht'hV'old Pom';whllc' feel, white tippcd''lall , Answers' to '.nhme' ; '"Blackic." "ph ,3275 or 2441... " '.'' ' ' Dr:J.L.Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main COTTONSEED BAGS , .... ,. , and : SOYBEAN BAGS v' See Us- Before 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. GOBB, Civil Eng. P. 0. I)ox.401,:Biylhcyille,-Ark. iv Phone 822 For Sale 285 'Acres of highly Improved land', on Highway 61 ronr miles south of Blytheville- •'•.•'••-..• C. G. Smith EIncr VUICAMIZIHG Tire A Tub* Repair Cttton Bell U. * * Hwj. vtth InjUr A*, ru.] f$ your car standing idle much ' of the time under gas rationing? Does lf cortVou more lo keep it In trim than it pays back in transportation? Why not turn . •' ; • '$•••*•• .••£--£>- , . It info money-, good money? ' • ' < X -'-.,.Rv J . _ , , Sell it to us-and let some ' .- • ,"-.:-^~ '.-*»>»•• '-. r" i War worker have the oppoN tOnify to got vitally needed • •••'." i transportation! ' BRING YOUR' CAR TO US ... TODAY! Chevrolet Co. HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops Batteries wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently go dead without advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvenience and annoyance by lettinrr us check your battery now Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of cars and (rucks, therefore, regardless of the kind of car you own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee NOW L00|l, KITTf N, CQNTi DE' 5CAWP.' rtrftT THE 1 Bia SHOT: DON'T).KNOW • WOWT HURT HIM, AND I'VE 'GOT U5E-F6R A ' THE TO\\£(J, WERE, YOliR CA\H SOOtt <( :BE WORE OR Less A PRISONER.,. WHICH ' LOTI BETTER. MYiROYAL PERSON •jstvrsn,/ CAN'T , MEANWHILE • CHJR HERO'S' VvHO GOT HINSSELF IjTrTOWNlOUt FOIV.DtS 1 FRECKLESIVND HIS "•Ndt ; 'T<)o-Apiir'ci:ii>tlVo »y MPRRILI, BLOSSBl "~ iTS, iVICE TO HAVT A •fJROTHEC WHO HELPS ,O(, ueqo&.yqtJ SAVEO.HV PC'IDC BV Mor MAILING "W MV PHOTOS l?Xl?l -I To THL' MAGAZINE ! (F SOU'P SENT IT IM IT WOULD H,\Vf PUT ME ONi'TJiE SAME LEVEL wim THOSE OTHER 6RASP.M& Follow '.That Woman; fVDLLV HEARD ABOUT A KK.W STRIKE-' SHE DiDrtYSArvjrt-\T I ' WASH TUBES 'ci-fecl Undcrslaiuling BY LESLIE TURNER <3U ARE AFRAID TANA WILL SELL VOU JAPANESE our THE PRICE IS CHEAPER! 7 0 EST Wti N07 SPEAK SUCH ' EVILTHOUSHrSASAlMJ ONTO SOMETHING «BY EDGAR MARTIN

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