The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1944 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, SEPTfiMBkR 20, 1944 BLYTHEVlLLE (ARR.j; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge 50c 1 tUne per line...,..,, ...; 15o 2 iWs per line per day..,. t>ll i2o 3 I*? P«f line pTrdBjr,...;::;; Jo 5 Urftes per line per day..,a... 7o 12 times per line per day,., • 5 0 1 Month per line 90e'> Ads ordered for three or six times and stepped berore expiration will be charged tor the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment or bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing out- Blcle of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insi-r- tlon of any classified ad. Sale Located on West Chlckasawbn. Nearly new modern house. Has G rooms with 2 bnths. Can lie used for duplex or home. Vacant, you can move In today. $750 cash, balance FHA. If you only need a small home you can live In one apartment and rent Ilie oilier for enough to pay the FHA payment. Cull us (odny on this one. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861. i room house, two lots. 805 So, Lake See A. L. Wood, East Highway 18. ^. .. • 9i26-pk-iO;3 Baby sactiues, pink, blue and'whlte lovely for gifts. Mrs. Paul Jobc J413 W. Main. 9<25-ck-lO;2 Business lots uptown. Phone 3201. _ Oi2G-pk-lo;2C Pour-room house. Inquire" at~rear after 5:30. 038 So. Lake. 9[20-i)k-29 for Salt Ladles pre-war bicycle, practically new. Call 261C. S;25-ck-2S Weslmghousc electric stove M™ Sweat, Can be seen at Charlie's Electric Shop, 116 N. First St ____^ 8|2fl-pk-29 Linkc & Brnden.of ParngoulclTArlT niisns, have all kinds of farms for sale In Northeast Arkansas Write them for lists. 9|25-pk 11 Property north of Court House running east from Railroad to Second Street, approximately 175 f cc (. deep. Will consider all offers Permanent address, Mrs. S. S. Sternberg, P. O. Box 387, Blylhcvlllc, Ark. Note: If I am out of the city your letters sent to my Blytheville address will be forwarded. 20-pk-29 3 room furnishings, month oid~in~ eluding electric refrigerator and y- "15 13th St. 9i25-pk-28 Girls bicycle, never ridden. No permit needed. $35 cash. Call 2828. , 9|23-ck-tf REAL BARGAIN in 54 acre Dairy. 1 and Poultry Farm, 2 houses, 2 bams, two concrete floored brooder houses, on all-weather road mail and school bus route, short drive to Sikcston. Part ensh, easy pay on balance..Buy a home and be fixed to grow a living. Handy to all markets. See me at once and be convinced it won't be on market long. One block west of Highway fil ahd , one block north of shoe factory. 636 Lynn St., Sikeston, Mo. J. L. Crosier. 9|23-pk-27 Practically new FHA house on attractive lot on W. Holly street. Can give immediate possession! Electric water heater and Laco Oil Circulating Heater included. Also, window shades and motal curtain rods. Apply to Mrs. E. M Terry, Terry Abstract & Realty __C°V_ 9J23-pk-27 1937 Ford GO Tudor, $205Tl935~Hml- sou 4 door, clean, good tiros, 1D30 Hudson 4 door sedan. 1930 Chrysler 4 door, 5 good tires. 1932 Chevrolet Tudor, 5 good tires. C. C. Eagon, 615 Chlckasnwba Avenue] 9j26-pk-10il In exclusive residential section. Eight room residence, two acres land, adjoining city limits on East Main Street. This home is plastered throughout, automatic bath heater, equipped with butane gas attic fan, beautifully landscaped, .with two room servant house Price $8,500.00. Some terms. Possession today. H. C. Campbell Phone 2641 9|25-pk>l liicyclcs are no longer rationed. Get (he F)cst one made at PLANTERS HARDWARE C. a-2i5-ch-25 •Small house trailer. Cheap, comfortable home. See "Doc" Dean. ' : 25-pk-28 Jhullz house trailer, 21 ft. loruj, sleeps four people. In good condition and good tires, good paint Can be.seen across street from Miss. Valley Canning Co., Osceola Artc. ' > »u- =.'u, -i FURNITURE — HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Ulcctric refrigerator; electric percolator; Emerson fan; 2 inncrspriiig mattresses; 1 cotton mattress; IES lamp; living room suite with springs; 9x12 Bagdad rug; 4 throw rugs; breakfast room suite; 2 card tables. Set of Gold Bond crystal stemware; set of Noritake dinnerware; set of everyday dlnncrware; 4 all wool blankets; 6 new sheets and pillowcases; set of aluminumVook- ing utensils; bedspreads, towels; vases, ash trays, pictures, etc. Call AFTER 4 P. ;M., LOWER WEST APARTMENT, 10U W. MAIN, 9j23-ck-27 HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured diploma), Laurence A. 0 Peruse 10 Lively ilSouth Carolina (ab.) 13 Instrumentalities 15 Jumbled type". 17 Light touch 19 Auricle 20 South Dakota 21 Colt term 22 Hearing 2-1 Frighten 26 Road shoulder '27 God ot war 28 Symbol for tellurium 29 Pint (ab.) 30 Stove part 32 Ireland !35 Animal 37 Durst ; 38Is (Lalin) •38 Symbol for i calcium 41 Sailor 43 Salute (ab.) 44 Symbol for ' niton 45 Demigod; desses 47 Electrical term 48 Persian fairy 48 Matgrnss 51 He is U. S. to Turkey VERTICAL 1 Senior (ab.) 2 Beverr.ge 3 Excited 4 Notion R Genus of bees 6 IJambooHke grasses ^ Doctors (nb.) 8 Size of shot 11 Pierce with n dagger 12 Solicitude 14 Near (ob.) 15 Ptcl 11) Angers 18 Forewarning 21 Social events 23 Rectify 25 Antic 30 Not closed 31 Hugo 33 Hallo 34 1'iecea out 36 Harsh to the taste I 37 Staff of life 40 Opera lie solo 41 Palm lily 42 Girl's name 45 Dress edge 40 Standing room only (no.) ; 48 Parent 50 Doctor (nb.) RI ALES LAND GO. Has Moved Unck To It's Old Location In Glencoe Hotel I'll. 404 Itnssell K, Ulule.s 1 m Help Wzntt* Woman to 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 -1C I or 2084 at night. Experienced cooks and waltrenes Apply Hotel.Noble. 16-ck-U Household Help Wanted WANTED BY COUPLE. While woman to cook and do general housework in country home with all city conveniences, 25 miles from Memphis. Box 127, Gllmore, Ark., or may contact Mrs. Vlnson at Montgomery Ward, Blylheville. 9|20-pk-9]27 Wanted To 'Rent RoaohM, I(at« and Mice eliminated. Contract tcrrtot In p«i control Biddle Exterminators Free E«Um»l«. US B. Third 1'hon* HR FILL A1X UOCTOHr PRESCRIPTIONS *NU HAVE 1OD HONEX STEWART'S Dr m S t • r e to* Try our "Own Made ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Acrm Inm nifti ticlm! Furnished apartment or small'houso Phone 2648, Gi'iO-pk-lo'iS 2 room furnished apaiiment or bcrt- room with kitchen privileges. Pvt. John R. Morrison, 1 See. C Group •2, BAAF. 9[23-pk^27 XJnfurnlshed apartment or 4 or 5 room house. Permanent residents Call 4'17. 9-22-ck-20 For Rent PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS lirinted with your name. 25 for $1 GO for $1. Place your order ' DRUG STORE. 9-2I-ck-21 6 room house with servant's house and 2 garages. 1023 Holly St ^32L?i?L m ____li 22 -P k - 2£) Wanted to Bun boal heating stove. Cast iron, new , condition, Ko certificate. Ph. 2330. 9-[25-pk-28 pcctric drink box. One 14 ft War^- ren dry drink bux. 20 inch counter I top. Coca-Cola red porcelain. For anyone in need of a real drink box this is ft. Roy Colcman, Gideon, Mo., or Jack Marsh, Blythc- ' v '"e. 9-22-pk-IO-G I'orn, oats, liay. Ful-O-Pep poultry 1 and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blytheville Grain and | Elevator Co: • 9|i8-ck-tf 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE I'wo nice 4 room homes in a pleas- 1 ing neighborhood. Take your I choice for $2100 on easy terms I See S. Jiedel, 224 Main, or your I own agent. Or wrile Julius Jiedel, 12151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9116-ck-lC \ T T E N T I 0 N ! Iff thj^'liard-to-get items, maybe I you WO n't know where to go. No I use lining all over the country— I try PARKHURST first! In busl- I ness since 1804. Everything for the • home, office nnd scliool PARKHURST," | Phone SCO —107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-H-ff loctrlo table radios cheaper at Rn|(!lo Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-14-pk-14 room house on one-half acre. Adjoining, city limits. Price $2500 4750 cash, balance $30 per month. Possession today, n. c. Campbell, phone 2611. 9j25-pk-l Good used trunks. Lon Moore, Blytheville. Rt. No. 1, Box 573. fl|2G-pk-29 Tent or trailer. 1333 Holly. : 9!26-pk-10' ; 3 Baby play pen, stroller and high chair. Phone 2192, 9j23-pk-27 One late model combine must be in good condition. C. J. Alton, Rt 2 Box 249, Blylheville, Ark. 9]23-pk-n-30 Baby stroller. Phone .1242. . . .. 9;26-pk-10;3 Two bedrooms convenient to bath Phone 2514. Di20-pk-29 Attractively furnished bedroom In nice home, kitchen privileges, couple only. Apply In person. 305 So. Lake. 9j25-pk-2B Two bedrooms. 314 N. oth. Mrs. W, L. Green, Phone 2171. 9|23-pk-30 Lost End gate to stake body truck, between fairgrounds nnd my farm near Roscland. Firjder please notify w. A. Whistle, Roseland, Ark., and receive reward. Wanted Army wife with, baby, will, share home with cadet wife "or working girl. Phone 803. 9j2G-pk-29 Service work at Montgomery Ward & Co. A|l makes of electric appliances serviced. Coll 592 for service. 9;25-ck-10!3 Front bedroom, convenient to balh G03 West Main. Phone 432. 9|25-ck-1012 Bedroom, close to bus line. 1513 W Hearn. 9120-pk-27 3 room apt. Light Housekeeping. 1125 W. Sycamore. 9[25-pk-27 Office IB Inirmm Bulldlnu. ^tt_Uie_ PM-tJiyrtt Co, 11-SO-ck-tt , Asks Firm Hand ' • -• •^BOSTON- (UP)—Alexander -M rulllvRii. business manager of Boston public schools, thinks the use of returning servicemen as teachers in grade schools would curb rc- porlcd lax discipline and delinquency. Used cars fc trucks. Any make or model, c. C. EAGAN; 015 Chicka- fl|13-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. B-n-ck-10-11 Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 8|7-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furnA- tnre. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per am. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaner*. —-™— • —-~ ^—.— *. Services ll acres, with 40 acres timber. All' • under wire fence. One mile East) ti! Stonewall, Ark. Known as the •Hoffman farm. All level. Anyone I nterested write to L. A. SCRIV-1 |SEK, Coming, Ark. 9-6-pk-6 Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. ,V 9(2G-pk-10;2G Laundry done for soldiers. 2312 Carolyn St. Pride Addition. 9;2Gpk-29 N 0, vS I R ! |; not too early, right now Is the lithe to start buying those gilt Items of all kinds that you didn't • :now were obtainable. Also ladles' Iitld gentlemen's furnishings in liandkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties lioslery, hatj, traveling bags, mu- lical instruments, and other Items loo numerous to mention . . • TOW. while our store Is cram- Ined k\$\ and running over. \J'ARKHURST, E. Main. Phone S68. 9-14-ck-14-tf Isctric and Battery Radios. |rlnrdaway Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 |o brick buildings; one 2 story I nd one building 50x40. Inquire nt |sh & Broadway. 0. Abraham. 8|30-ck-9J30 rye, barley and oafs. P quality. L. K. Ashcraft .o. Phone 493. 9-6-ch-G n j u - tt - ^ ach ta refrigerator; ie 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigera- • '<•; one 13 ft. beverage cooler with • writer top; one 10 It. meat <Jls- lay case. E. B. O«e Sales Co., |jone 2028. e-12-ck-H Experienced bookkeeper open for part-time work, evenings preferred. Call 2808. 9i2G-pk-lOjlO I have no sidelines.— EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE Sales nnd service. H. C. CAMPBELL, Ph. 2641 ^. ., ej2B-pk-28 'Hie medieval custom of pulling a piece of toasted bread in a jii" of ale gave us the drinking term "toast." i GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Also—Vaicanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES For Sale 285 tores of highly, improved l*nd on Highway 61 four miles south of Bly- thcville- C. G. Smith Elmer Cmjnin(rh»H VULCAMIZIHG Tire ft Tube Repair C.tUn Bell KJ£. * •. Hv?. II with Bnflw A*, ru.) Chevrolet Co. COTTONSEED BAGS and SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Before You Buy! J. L. TERRELL Office 111 S. Bdy. Phohe 2631 MR. FARMER - DRAGLINE AVAILABLE •' About October 15th H For Farm Ditching—Make Arrangements Now. Surveying Of All Kinds Contact W. D. COSB, Civil Eng. P. 0. liox 401, Kly.thcville, Ark. HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops lotteries wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently "go dead" without advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvenience and annoyance by letting us check your battery now. Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of ears and trucks, therefore, regardless of the kind of car you own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. T«!.433 Jty V. TVHAMLIN BUT THIS WAS UNUSUAL, .WHEW ttl ABSORBED wV'EyW. STONE PATIENT ,.WHV BOTHER ME \VI1H S«V , TRIvlA AS A PATROL J/^^.^ ncrM/-_ iWDcnVin-r? sf ARMEP w I> BEING WIPED OUT? FRECKLES AND HIS Fill ENDS By MERRILL BL038K1 WELL-. .-MAYBE/ ¥X, UVE- DECIDED IBUTWMAT IF -I iKililfvTcASE, I SUPPOSE i owe irTo MOT to EurJ FOR. Bur WHAT ARE? / HE COMMISSIOWER. OF No Use G'ucsslnjr By FRED HARMA^ )IAt4s LOAPED) Tri' O^U ^\ .w WITH >\osy / STRANSER i!» HO CAME 16RPM, RED. 1 WASHTUBBS BY LESLIE TURNER ALL SET, EAS/f \ THA.NKS THRE EMOTES MORE, \ FOR THE DEAD AHEAD, IS THS | RIDE.' HERE 5\ SPOT YOU WANTED fc\ OFF.LOTSAIUCK', ? " X -PAL! f?EVEN HOURS t) LATE»,OTER PNILACAM RAY: CAPTAIH! CLIMB FAST-WOW TO CLEAR THE SIERRA MADRE HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN Walnut at 5th

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