The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 7, 1947
Page 9
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MONDAY, JULY 7, 1947 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION IT'S A CINCH to fonin clean up- holsteijr nnd ruga In » Jtfty W I,I> Finn Foam. Uenl's Paint Htore 6!30-ck-1l30 P " In- Minimum Charge 59, 1 time jier line ..... I5 C £ limes per line per day <•>» 3 I mcs per line per day ...'."" ac • times per lint per day ... jc I* times per line per day ... sc .Month per line !>0 C Count five average words to Ilie line. Ad ordered Tor tliree or six times and slopped before expiration will ue eharij- eil for [lie number ot times Ihe ad ap- IM-ared and adjustment of blli made. All Classified Advertising eopy sub- nilued by persons residing outside ot (lie city must lie accompanied liy cash. Hates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising order tor Irregular Insertions lakes the one time rale. No lesponslbikily will be taken for luore than one Incorrect Inseitlou- of any classified ad. For So/e Goulds electric pumps, water softeners, kitchen sinks, water heaters and attic fans. Available on farmers terms. Nothing down, with payments due in one, two, or three fall payments. Planters Hardware Co. (j 17 ck tf Huve sotnuthLnx you dcn't in'til.' Tf.icic or bell it lit Svvnp t'li <p. -101 F^. N5»in. Phone 85D. 4;30-ck-lf One power pnhit .spray with 5 11.1*. Motor hi K»ocl coiKllilon :u bnr^nUi price, chiirlcs Kcnnejuore. Phone TEC HlytJuvlllf, or 5? Osceola. 1L7-]ik-14 29 PassciiKer Iiiterimtljiip.l Si'tiotit KIIE. Good condition. HlythcvllU* Coach Lino. 105 N. Franklin. C!3-ck-lf For coal or wotxl call Trnntliani Coal Co. Phone 2^01. 6;24-|)k-7124 Lumber untl wood. J«2 tulle North. 2 miles West of Uosnetl. O. C>. Flow- Highest prices paid Tor furniture, Rtoves, old clothing. If yon luivo nnythlnu to sell. Sec or call ns. West End Auction Co. Plione 951. Baby Chicks. lilaylock Hatchery. Phone 3172. N. Hwy, 61. 0 11 pk 7 11 Pioretice tabletop 5 btimer stove In liOOtl coiiilltlon. Ph. 2304. ej30-pk-7|8 One 7 ft. Croslev ref rlperntor. New unit ^ rreenlti!? coiniiarttnont. W. O. Blue lief ris'crnt Lou Co. 110 So. Flint. 5-ck-12 Plums. Kresh vf>KL>tnbles. Ilnrvi I--;\v:s. North of race track. 5-r)k-J2 New six room house with bath. Three hlocks from main on Lilly St. Will consider c:ir in tleal. Call 2295 If interested tu ft Koocl b\iy. 30-pk-. MERCHANTS Fo^el ment cases, \vnlk-ln coolers. TC- frlycnitors. and beverage coolers lire available lor Immediate delivery. Also Ice cream cabinets mid compress Sne Dell Scott, 1211 \V. Mnln phone 22CO. 6!21-ck-Ti23 CONCRETE BLOCKS! Come by Jack Robinson's Gin office and see one of the best blocks in town. Priced nL 20c. 6;30-pk-7ja BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS for Sale vi"'i *t e !l 8 anti falter bctls. ony kind. Wad* Amo Salvuni'. North Hlwoy 61. nhone 3785. 7ll-pk-8:i Marc. 1 mlkh goats. See Harvc Leu-Is North mce track. 3o-pk-9 Carload roofing and brick siding just arrived. Lowest prices since before the war. Planters Hdwc. Co. Inc. 12(i West Main Street, Phone 515. 7 I ck tf for Rent Nice bedroom. Attic tan. Men only. U10 W. Walnut. 6i24-iilc-7i24 Declroom. 314 N. nth. Ph. 2338 l-'iinilstiNl niiiirtmoiit. Adults on'v W. Kentucky. Phono 310!) •> • ncdrooin. Kltcltcn prlvlk^cs Employed iSlrl. i Plicae 345-1. T-j)k'-10 After July 8 office SIHICP 1C x 2C. fice iiiEinaKer, Olcncoe Hotel 7ll-ck-4 Store building, jjnrtly equipped L Fowler, phone 3GC5. 5-pk-a Fi:rnlslied bedroom, Kitchen privileges. 21B K. Davis. 6i23-|lk-7j23 Wanted *o Rent 3 or 4 room furnished or uiitiimlslircl jujnrtmt'nt. Ilest of references. Write W.L.IX. o'o of Courier News. 5-26-tr Reward for Information leiullns to rental of sniull lionso or ^pnrtinent, furnished or unfurnished. V. H. Nnnce. S. H. Kiess Store. i 712-pk-C Three or Tour Iloom Furnished A- pnrtuicnt. Vetenui. No Children. Cull Courier News. 7i3-dh-tf Services Call Bill Davis for painting and decorating. Service phone 4fi9. (> 20 pk 7 21) MONEY TO LOAN Do yon need * loan tc repair or remodel? No down payment, no mortgage, no red tape. FHA approred rate 5%. Ask for details. Ma* Logan, Realtor, phone 2034. Lynch Bldg., BlytheTllle. 9-23-ck-H Used luwnmowor in fair condition. Chonp. Phone 2736. 1025 West Cltickiisnwlui. K-27-dh-tf One-five room house find t\vo lots close In. recession nt once. Price S3200.00. See Ben Ihnmer with Rlnles Ijimt Co. Phone 3322. T3-OK-8 Attention Druggist — Merchants Thenters Schools. RcsUlnniLs! Double your Profit oil Ice cream, male nntl cust- ord by nmklny it with Mills Automatic Counter Freezer. For more Information write or contact E. H. Hnintley — 138 S. Cooper. Memphis. Tenn. or call 7-1183 or 2^4445. 7-foot Norne Electric Refrigerator. *:ioo<l condition. Jaines W. Perry 1 mile enst of Steele. Mo 3-pk-8 Modern homo on Main St. Attic fan automatic hot water heater lire place, hardwood floors tnroushout, All moms IiirRe and comfortable. Plastered Interior, completely Insulated. Can be financed by FHA. See or call Max Logan. Rci'c -r Pm»ne 2034 or 502. Office In Lyncn Hldg. 3-ck-ll Nrat 5 room house. Lanre lot. Close to High School. Quick possession. See or call Max Logan, rtealtor. Phone 2034 or 502. Office In Lynch DlrtB. 3-ck-ll One black and white Shetland pony elsht years old. and saddle, cheap Charles Kennemoro. pnonc 766. Dlv- thevlllc or 57 Osceola. 7i7-pk-M Bfl neres of some of the finest black sand In Clay County. 75 In cultivation, balance In pasture and Umber. 2 four room frame houses In excellent condition, one Uarn. plenty of out bulldln . 4 miles from Cornlnu. 34 miles to gravel farm to market road. 1 314 miles from pavement. Tills land \vlll produce abundant, yields of alfalfa, cotton, corn, beans or anything adapted to this climate. Docs not overflow and is in a fine community. Price $7750 with MOOO down, balance S315 annually with Interest nt 5 o'o ?-.mT rc m rm — 75 ncrcs c»Ulvatlbl» iJ? H ErOW cou °"- c °»>. 0"ts. Icsucdcza meadow soy beans, llalancc Umber aiv" pa-^tur- 1 m"^ from small town nnrt r. mil's :rr>m railroad and pood mirket 1.2 nnle to school. I 112 miles TO clinvh I-', need and cross-fenced. 2 nouses, bain 7-]>k-B Rugs Cleaned Safely! Careful handling nregurtrds color nncl textures. Have thorn cleaned while you're vnc^Uoning. Complete resizing. Work e»ar- nnlcccl! PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 So. Franklin Thane 2W LADIES! Washday drudgery stops here! Up to !> iks., dry weight, prc-soaked, washed, rinsed three times and damp dried for only .'55c. Open 8 a.m. Close (i p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday nights Open till !) ji.m. THE -WASHKUETTE Ph. <)(i(i Main at Division J5endix Equipped Automatic Self Service Laundry. 27 ck-7-27 Oarage work. Mechanical and welding Clatls loveless, owner. James Ille- vlns mechanic, s. of Manila at Shady drove. G!30-nk-7jlG Lost On Main street, llrown purse contaln- 1m; money. Hctiirn to Mrs. E. \v Sneed at Isaac's store for re'.vajd Strayed The hymn, "Prom Greenland's Icy Mountains." was written in 15 minutes by Bishop Heuer. Wonted to Buy Wo' pay ton prices for used clothlns £?™ between 2 and 4 p.m. True Blue Shoe Shop and Clothing Store. ^316 E. Main Street. lijlO-pk-7|10 Cash for wrecked or junk automobiles. Wade Auto Salvajrc, North Hiway fil. 3785. 7 I pk R 1 Notice Watch (or hl ? Bingo Party. Thursday. July 17. at Legion Hut. Soonsore-1 by ladles of Catholic C'nircli. Position Wanted A good Kin man. can furnish |;ooc! rr- fercnces as a Rlnncr In or near Blylhcvllle. Contact J. J. Holils PO Uox 142. Bocrne. Texas. 7,,'>-i>k-:d For Hire Tractor, breaking plow, busters, disc, harrow, planter, cultivator, clhmer combine. John c. Bright, 300 S. Second St.. Phone 870. G!14-pk-12|l4 Too Many Votes SEMINOLE, Okln. (Upl—Voling two times too many in the same municipal primary cost a. lo:al man a three-months jail sentence and a SlCO-nnd-costs'finc. He was accused of walking to the polls once and riding to two other vol. ing places in different cars. • N'o matter how tir.w or how* •smart the rest of your clothcs • are—your shoes tan spoil the • whole ensemble if (heir heels arc Jnin-rtown or they're in need of • a shine. Rely on us to keep your J shoes looking; smurt. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop • • A FORD ENGINE TUNE-UP WILL HELP Completely lubricate all fillings, U- 1 Joints, clutch nnvl . brake shafts. iDrnin, flusli nnd refill transmission ', *ntl differential with proper lub.ri- cantj I Remove wheels- repack wheel bear- Ings and adjust. Replenish fluid nnd itdjust shock ub- lorbcra. Glenn fuel i>uinp scree el; Add water lo battery nnd check connections. Check generator chnrginu rule. Glenn oil buth nir clcnticr. Wnsli car — clean and vacuum interior. Tune nnd ncljitst molar (parts additional). Adjust brakes* Adjust front-wheel toc-iii; Focus and align Tighten body bolts; P H I L L I PS MOTOR COMPANY Walnut at Fifth—Blytheville, Ark.—Tel. 453—3715 Tragedy Hrceds Hnmanoe PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UP)—An murder led to marriage. Mrs. KaLhryn Cnug Webster, *13, widow oi Dr. George W. Webster, who was shot to death In. July, .033, has married Bryan K. -Amiable, detective who investigated the slaying. For Complete Protection Against All INSURABLf HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124W. Ash St. RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MOHKU UK- LIABLIi WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Kledrical Appliance Co. AuUinri/i-il Motnrnl.i lladia Sales and Service 106 South' First St. LADIES---Come to U-DO-&T LAUNDRY and do your family wash on our modern MAYTAG MACHINES. Open 7 A. M. . . . Close 5:30 P. M. Close Saturday ;it Noon Open each Tuesday and Thursday until 9 p.m. 323 North 2nd Street Good as New- IS IT? JUST because a part comes out of any brand new carton doesn't mean it is as good as the part it replaces. It can't be any better than the engineering skill that went into its design—or the quality that went into its production ami inspection. That's why the sure way to make a linick car "good as new" is to use Ihiick Engineered Parts. Engineered by liuick men, built to IJuick standards, these are exactly (he same as the original parts. Their quality, durability and performance arc known factors that you can count on. LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Corner Walnut and Broadway Phone 555 Stephen Foster's Kin Makes Bid for Royalties MTrSBUROH (UP)-AIore ftmn 80 yrnrs ufloi- Ills dcuth, (hi. 1 niusl- ral ijonlus of Slcplieu Collins Fos- ti'i-. who died in ixm>rly, i»i>y inrnii roynlllrs for his relullves. ' l/"cul eonrls (ranted u lielllioii or lister's gmnildiuishlor, Jessie M. llosi> ,(o probnlu Ihe will of M. u. Wiley, who died in 101». Wilsy Ion n|| his possessions l<> Mrs. Hds,.. -j-h,. w j|j w;ls , u , vn . .-,,.„. tali'd ijivmise at (h ( . lime of his doulli \vilcy hud no cslnle. Mrs. Koso believes slie is ciUltlM to H pon-eniugp of roynlltles Si.e- phcn Kohtoi- reliilned f or himself iinaer two SOUKS which never huve ueen published. The SOURS. "Lontf AKO liny m,d -My ot OV y of Love." ••iiv nm\ rendy for puUlleuUon Uy a New Yoik firm. U. S. Synthetic Rubber Said to Excel German CI.CTKI.AND <U1>> _ American synthetic rnlihers ore widely dlf- leront and vastly superior lo tlio.-,i> utilized !) V (ho Germans, Dr. liar- Ian I. TmmlMll told lh c Petroleum Study Club of Cleveland. nr. Trninljall said Gerinnn syn- Iliflle rubbers were too lounh nnd lost ninny of (heir desirable properties hi rehe;iliii K to soflcu them or use In Ihe nianufnct(ir c of lire.-i. 'Gornmn .syullinlln rubber tlre.s jinrt only 20 ]>er cent of the useful ne o[ American synthetics," ln< River Sand and Gravel Delivered to You Call A. H. Webb Phone 714 • ! We Guaranf «« i j RECAPPING I with j Hawkinion Treads ! Let Your Next Tires Be I GENERALS t | Cost More — Worth More I " i MODINGER TIRE CO. j 116 E. Main City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 For Expert Kepaln 3M Fast Main St. Felix A. Carney CARPENTER SERVICE Minor Repairing, Screen Work, Painting, Replacing Windows Steps, and oUicr work. HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. Telephone 2801 Phone 22IU FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12- 48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 DMuw* Matin* t«««l OomiottDl Rilp ind Miulpnttii Ade- q."«loly Injured Oontr«ct Hiullul ami MIic. Ktrvleei, Eon« a«rTlco A RUr««« Co. I'honi 3B01 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores Just in Little Boy Aprons Infant Batista Gowns TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd SI. . Phono 2,'!08 That Squeak You f fleard Just leave our cnglo-e)e.l,"sliarp^«red attendants to find vhat's causing car aqiiealca or rumbles I If you Uon't like mice,' we hope there ore Hone in your car—but whatever sounds it mokes: or whatever kind of service it needs—you can get it here courteously, efficiently, at Uio lowest reasonable prices, f "~ ~" ~ -' LOT EICH CHEVROLET <?O. 1 TCrecken Texaco Prodnci M Hr. Scrrte* Phone tf 57O BelberUnj Tbw Steel Oil Barrel Racks An; Klie T. 1. MABRY 123 MISSOURI BT. PH. J827 PRESCRIPTION- DEF'T Day niul rdghl our registered pharmacists and apothecary Jm's; pestle, mortars and tcnlo.s aro ut work compounding prescriptions to the letter. We Mil [jreserlptlmis and deliver as fasl ns H is possible to do (.he job with scientific precision. ROTHROCK DRUG STORE 205 W. Main Phone 'I CAN WATHR AH) IN ARTH R ITIS — R HEUMATISM? VKS—If !l/s Mountain Vnllcy Mineral Water, the famous health water from Hoi Springs Arkansas MOUNTAIN VAM.EY helps stimulate kidney action, nliminiitrs Ihe wastes—so often the underlying cause or Arthritis and Khsuinatlsm. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division BIjlhtTlllr, Ark. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 SERVICE '•- T. i. SEAY: MOTOR CO. - Radios and Heaters Wholesale and Retail Genuine Chrysler Parts for all Chrysler Products New Factory Motors Batteries Tires and Tubes Paint and Body Shop MAKE OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT YOUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT ,131 E. Main St. . Phone 2122 ICE COLD! Watermelon Red Ripe and Delicious Blytheville CURB MARKET 130 E. Main I'hone 973 * GOOD FOOD , ; * LOW PRICES * VARIETY We Specialize In Merchant's Lancbe* THE WONDER GRILL 409 W. Main fnm JSW PRICILLA'S POP _ it still ^, Maldo! Thais'} f"3ut"dbn't iet me what I want when we | • catch you children have our own home--} A swinging on it! a Dutch door!^ WL. Understand? v.T I Don't worry, deaf: \ '#/ the time we own] our own home they'll probably be grown and ^ married! Gy AL VERMEEI fall, then—dortt let me catch ^your children swinging on it, understand?

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